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THS DAILY CITIZEN
A I.; i a .Q' k
M'r. 14, irw
II) .u-u .i i ti.iin Chase A
Saanum we .m- m.hciized to sell
!va n i i Mo. , i CotTee at the
ollowinjj prices :
45-tenl loiT.t.- nt . . .40 cent.
4'xcnt ciTv.e .a. . .35 tenU.
35-tcat totfeo hi. . .30 cent.
30-ctnt u'ffvf it ... 25 cents.
'S-cent cuffc e at ... So cents.
114 H. hiurjid 41.. Aibuqaatqae, X. I.
MM 10 LOAN
On piano. 1 rsl-claae fnrnltur, eto,
without removal. Alao on diamonds,
watobea, jewelry, life Insurance poll
rim. Trust tlewia or an; good secur
ity. Term very moderate.
tott Boiith Second street, Albuquer
que, New Ukzioo, neit itoor to West
ern L'atua Telegraph oOlee.
B. A. 8LEY8TEK,
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
BOOMS 18 & 14 CKOMWKLL BLOCK
fci JE5C X Jt. T iS
f-r 10 ct-t dime,
iiavp your hirt Uundrled
A ad borne ua unie.
At tb Ubiqucrtjue Stcftm Lttodry,
Oorr Col . ud Ba.tw.od at.
JAT A. HUBBS, Proprietor,
Headquarters for Fresh Fruits
and Vegetables in season...
Fresh KUh anj Dreamd Poultry.
206 and 203 South Second Street
CALL AT '1HB
Lew Prices and Courteous TrsatMcaU
Painter and Paper Hanger.
209 EAST RAILROAD AVE.
'I lie Albemarle House
J. M. SMI I II. I'KOHHIBTOIt.
The I lcne h s J ' ii-t lie 11 Ronovated aud
Newly hu iitxhed.
Flrht claaa te.is anil airy rooms.
Bpleudtd khiiiii (or tight Uounekteplnj.
519 GOLD AVE.
L. H. SHOEMAKER,
205 West Go'd Avenue otxt to First
Hew and Second Hand Furniture,
STOVES AID HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
Kc auiiitf a Specialty.
Furniture Htured and parked (or ship
ment. Highest prion paid (or second
Hand nuusrliiilil gii.tla.
DBA List! lit
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
S14 S. Second St.
Beat uo KartU.
I have gut the beat A neat cigar la laws l
take ana. MU.a ley on tne Caraer."
Call aa Haokta fur real aetata ar laaar
aaaa. Itooui l, M. X. Aiiuije aalldlag.
Pianos fur rent. VN hlluey Co.
Carpenters' tool. Whitney Co.
205 aoulh First street (or new (ami
ture. Picture frauiea made to order. Whit
An up-to-date new bicycle at Futrelie's,
Beauty pins, lu plain and jeweled.
All kinds of inattrewMs st Futrelie's
(rum 2 iu to 1 1 iti.
Carptt at lire tale prices, slay A Fa
ber, 116 Gold avenue.
The New Hi-xi co Cnllectlou Agency col
lects. P. O. Ul .i
For lacH and embroideries at bait
price at B. lileid it Co'a.
Iugralu carpels and mattings at bot
tom prices, at Futrelie's
Highest prices paid (or gents' clothing
at Hart's, 117 bold avenue.
We will (uruUh your house on ths in
stallmeut plan. VS uiluey Co.
Table linen, uupkius aud towels in
great variety, at May A Faber.
The best summer (uet U Cerrtllos nut
coal; $3.20 per lou. Halm & Co.
less inau halt price at rl. llfeld & Co s.
Latest si vies lu men's Goodyear welt
Slioea at flM at ths dreeu hroliV. W. M
Bend your tough accouut to the New
Mexico Collection Ageucy. Automatic
The freshest stock of staple and (aucy
groceries are to be fouud at Bell A Co. 'a,
None but the best artiste employed at
tiaiiu baria-r siiop, . 1. Aruiljo build
Ing. Baths i.e.
Look lulo bUetuwort's market on north
Third slroet He has the ulceet fresl
meate In the cltv.
Fresh vegetables, fruits In season,
poultry aud staple groceries, at Bell A
Co. a, hecoml street.
G. F. Blevrnaou. of Yankton, 8. D.,
la among the late arrivals (rum the
north at the brand teutral.
J. M. Moore, real estate, insurance,
loans, manairnr Albuquerque Abstract Co.
ISew pbone, z:z Vil rtoulb iuX street.
The Couiui-tciKl flub last night look
no sell, u 011 Hi- propuslli'iu t( Frank
Mci'iure, of 1 diiinii, 1.1 , 10 build au op
era li"Ue in ibis t-iiy. I he members ol
the club felt th it the mailer of most I in
mediate lm orlance la the peace Jubilee
and that the etlorts of ths club should
(or the present he concentrated in tnak
lug thai undertaking and the territorial
1,111 a aneces. Alter Ih't erent has
iHk n 1 U'. Mr h ir'e pri'posHu n
III im t..'i! le.i:y rKfiv the attention
which II deserve.
Paul l. Hillea. one o( John IWker'n
efllrtont and f'l'tiiar clerk., ramc In in m
Kelnn la 1 niuhL and continued 011 norm
to New York rily. where he will inrehase
a tog (all and winter etock of general
ineirhandta for hla employer, lie will
he abeent (rora the territory about thirty
Jidge H. R. Hamilton, o( Rncnrro. the
nnhlaned d .'morratir J'istlea o( the Klfth
Judicial dmtrlrt, who an. at Santa Ke nn
lejral matera, came In from the north
lat night and plared hie name on the
Wiirfee Knropeau refrMer. He in on hie
return to Jtororro.
Heo. C. Halneley, the head moer at the
exrlnaive hoe etore on Hinmd etreet,
waa eiek abed yeeterday, bnt wee on dnty
(or a ehort time thla morning. He ranaht
a fold, known ae "proaperlty," and could
not remain ludoore more than twenty
We hae Jnat recelred aNut BOO chil
dren's, youtha' and boye' enlta, with knee
and long trnueera. In a Taet afwnrtment
of clotlm and pattern to eult all wanta.
Re b nght them cheap; we will aei
them cheap. Kneenwald Hroe,
A complete line o( ladlee' One ehoee
jtiat recetred at the (ireen Front Hhoe
atore, alao a nice line of children's erhool
ehoee from 85 to Theea ehoee
are made by the beet manufacturers In
the country. W. 14. Chaplain.
Thoa. N. Wllkeraon, preeldent o( the
Territorial Fair aaenclallon, who wae on
a rlalt to Colorado cltlee and almut whom
the New Mexican recently elated "he had
atlractlone at Colorado hprluga," re
turned to the city la.t night.
Ths Citi.K! wae Informed thla morn
ing that the volnuleer eolO. at Viajo-i
nla rlArrai-ka k. ill lie lnaruau l.."1'
IngtoD, Ky., Tta the fonthern t'arlllc
route, and that they will leare the bar
rack In a few days.
Col. K H. Dunbar, the wide awake real
eatate agent who belieree in ailvertlalng.
haa sold the property on the weat elde of
Tijerae arenue, between Tljoral and Mar
quette avenue, to Hon. Hilarto Handoral,
Dealer in Remington trpe write re. the
standard typewrltere ot the world. Can
supply Dnalneas ollleee with eiperlenred
teiiographern to Oil permarent and tem
porary poelllona, a; short notice. Uahn
Ths beet Place (or -nod. Inter steaks
and roaata aud all kluda of tunata, kept
In a flmt elaea market, at Klelnwort
north Third street.
Onr stock o( honeehold linens and
towels ie complete, ttecura onr pricee
Deiors going eleewnere. rl. llfeld ft to
For Bale Youns Jeraer eowa. nnre
lilooda, Colorado telephone No. Ho; bos
iu4. j. k. Matthew.
A new assortment of nomnadonr
comix, elde eomle, hair ornaments, hair
net, jiiat received. Kneenwald Broa.
Moqnatt velvet, bruseele and insraln
carpel, at Futrelle'a. Prices are right
9 eoum rim eireei.
If you want bargain In fur. wraiM.
etc., call at L. B. Hteru & Co.'. Hee adv.
iu another oolumn.
II coat nothing to place an account
(or collection with the New Mexico Col
Wanted Lady of mature year to take
charge of small otUce. Addreaa Oillce,
I( you have Alhuqnerqna property (or
Stle list It with J. M. Moore, 121 south
A big Hue of men's working glove at
tta pair at the Ureen Frout. W. M.
A complete line of potted meats and
'tellcacie (or luncheons and picnics, at
I jid lee' Goodyear welt One shoe at
SJ bo at the tireen Front. W. M. Chap'
W. Moore Clayton, Bra lstreet's popn
lar agent, 1 In Banta Fs to day.
For men's, ladlee' and children's hosiery
at nan price at u iireid a Co s.
The Duplex downallne mattrees is ths
best. Hold only by Kutrelle.
Blanket and comforter, new and
freeb goods. May A Faber.
Ths neweet thing out, ladles' metal
collar. Kosenwald Bros.
New furniture cheaper than second
hand at Kulrelle'a.
Merchants' Inurh every morning at the
H bite Klephant.
Rtove repairs (or any stove made.
$18 78 for a flue new sewing machine
Window shades (rora 15o and np at
Fine china and Blaseware. Whltuev
Crockery and glassware. Whitney Ca
Lamps and trimmer. Whitney Co.
THS STORK TA AT LEADS.
Double stroke bicycle bell SV
Jim nanny bicycle lamp vile
Type writer oil 15c
Type writer ribbons U)c
The Maze, Wm. Kikke, Prop.
Ifyon want real eatate or Inaaranee, rail
aa Oaaklu, Hooiu V, N. T. Aruilju lullllu(.
W. MLSSCLDEN, President. W. R. WHITNEY", Vice-President. J. C. FLOLRNOY, Sec. A Treas.
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE,
Furniture, Carpets, Crockery
Iron Pipe and
O. K. All Steel Full Circle Hay Press.
MAIL ORDERS HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
Ol TICK AND SALESROOMS, J17.J10 S. Second Street.
WORKSHOPS and HEAVY HARDWARE, 115-117 S. Hrat Street,
New Arrival of Corsets
are in llereipl of Hie Lart Sliiiient
llf IVlKoK' - evcr bro',ht to this city. We
I'l I Ul M are prepared to do the Corset
bus nesa o this town, there is no reaon why we should
not do it, if (ju.inti y, as to ass irtmcnt, quality ns to
wear, and qiuli y, quantity and low prices combined
have any influence upon the buying public.
WK SELL the CELKHRATKI) TIIOMP-
son s (jlovj: fittin(; corsets, r. c. c,
MILITARY, M. C. and other brands of Corsets, and
II. and W. Corset Waists for Ladies and Children.
WE SELL Extra Short Extra Long and Medium
Length Corset , in four, five and six hook, in black,
white, drab and fancy shades, and with this assort
ment feel confident that any lady can find her ideal
corset in our stocks
OUR CORSETS range in price, from 35 cents up
wirfd to us tin expensive one as you may want, but
always a good big value of a dollar, for every dollar
you leave with us.
-sv-a-v See Our Window! -.-.
TBB CUT M BRIRF.
Ftrionsl sod General rsrajTspBi Mcked
rp Bert sad Tnere.
Kd. Ilarach and wife are spending a
(ew days lu Coyote canyon.
O. W. Oxendtne has retnrned (rom a
two weeks' buslnee aud pleasure trip to
flan Francisco, Hau Jose and other Cali
There will t e a social of the L. O. P. M.
this evening In I 0. 1). F. hall. All Mac
cabees invited. Mrs. Ilulman, chairman
ot committee. ,
Hon. J. J. Lnjan, a popular rltlxn of
Su IgiiHClo. alter a p eaaant vl it to Kl
I'aso, returned to the city last night and
left for his home to day,
Hev. K 11. Aahmun, who hat been do
Ing missionary work over lu the White
Oaks neighborhood the past lew days, re
turned to tue oily last night.
Ferd Levi, with bis sample cases, was
a passenger lor iMniitw tnis morning.
He represents the wholesale liquor estab
lishment of Lowenthal A Meyers.
G F. Htevenson, o( Yankton, H. D.. the
secretary of the Masonic Aid a-oelatl"n
of Dakota, is spending a lew dais In the
cltr viHit ng Ids friend, W. W. Butler, the
Harry Black and Leonard Krater left
last night for the west, the former for
Needles and the latter (or W innate.
Both were patients at the local railway
Dr. Cornish, the popular chief surgeon
of the Banta Fe Pacilln, will leave (or
Loa Angeles thla evening, where he will
attend a meetiug of the Mlllltary Hos
Peter Murray was a passenger for Gal
lup last night, where he goes as an em
ploye of the Albuquerque foundry to do
some important repairing at the Crescent
Coal rompany's mine.
Mr. Mary J. Borden, the well-known
advocate of temperance and the popular
president of the Territorial Woman's
Temperance union, returned to the city
from a visit to Gallup, last night.
Judge H. B Hamilton came down from
Santa Ke last night, where he had busi
ness before the territorial board of equal
isation yesterday, and is spending the
day visiting with friends In Albuquerque
D. L. Miller, who was at Banta Fe on
business, came In from the north last
night and continued on south to his
home st lllllhlxiro this morning. Hon.
W. 8. Hopewell was on the earns train
Branch 37 C. K. of A at Its last meet
Ing elected Thus. F. Keleher, president
ot the branch, delegate to represent them
at the meeting of Catholic Knights
which takes place here, to elect a dele
gate to the bunreuie Council that will
meet In Kansas City next May.
The Chautauqua circle held a prelimi
nary meeting at the residence of Hev. F.
11. Allen last night, and plans for the
winter's work was discussed. The re
quired book will be mdered at once and
the next meeting will be held on ths first
Tuesday In October, when the course of
study will be commenced.
Mr. Alexander the commercial agent
of the Kl Paso A Notrheastern railroad,
who was here yeetenlay arranging
space (or a grand display o( ths trnits
and vegetables, "grown without Irriga
tion," In the Hacramento mountains at
the territorial fair, accomplished his
purpose, and with his (rlend, K. II Kodg
ers, returned to Kl Pao this morning.
It hat bef 11 decided to play two o( the
game with Leadvllle on Sunday, one In
the forenoon and the other In the after
noon, and the third Monday afternoon,
thus disposing of the Tuesday afternoon
game. . ,
The enumeration forms showing ths
nnmher o( school children In the county
should b In the county superintendent's
otUce by to-morrow, hut Mr. Perea will
give them Qve days additioual time.
Mat. Johnson led last night (or Flag,
staff, after being a patient at the local
railway ho-pttal (or a (ew days. Mr.
Johnson is a machinist.
J Cary, wife anri.'snn wre ptseenrer
for Chicago last night. Mr. Cary is a
Ilrllllanl Stove Polish.
No mixing, no dust, no smell. Csn be
nNi 011 a hot or cold stove. By mail (or
ID cents per box or three boxes (or 2Ao.
d. K. Denny, Old Albnqnerqne, N. M.
A CORNER LOTS
Silver Avenue and 6th, 75x142,
Fourth Street and New York Ave.,
Coat Ave, 100x150. Next to Rail
II Hoiar. i RnnnA. Vn.tr Tw. P.H
Ijj Flower., Very Attractive Place,
ill METCALF & STRAUSS,
a CROMWELL BLOCK.
jtr 1 v sm 1
Th laM that limit foe
Gee Clothing .
115 Gold Avenue.
GM! FILL QPEMNG
Of Carpets, Matting,
We start the Fall Season with a
Most Tempting Offering of the
Season's Newest, Best and Most
Desirable. j j
Wt carry the Most Complete and Best Assorted Lines
of Absve Goods and our prices MEAN A BIG SAVING
as comparen with the figures usually quoted by com
Everything; left of ILFELD BROS. GOODS will be closed
Fire SiUe Prices!
Jas. L. Bell & Co.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
thi rturr seasos
In Its hrlalit now, and you ran'rhave too murh
liuit wlien IU A 1 In quality, like tlie water
melon., currant., bernt-e, baiiHintM, etc., we are
now etll!nu at verv low orkee. l-lner melon.
than oure were never ffrnwu. They're a fea.t
1.1 an wnii pun ua.e tneiii. lino t lurifel Hint
e truit M-MMin . aiilne and mat rannlna I. the
lir.t oriler nl the dy. Now i. the time to ley
in a Mure Inr neit winter. Krint can't !e liel-
teror price, lower tbau you'll lind at our attire
TH M STOKK THAT LK1IIN.
Birthday cardH, le to 1.00.
VlaltiiiK carda, dozni), be to bOc.
Frofrraiu peuulln, ar (lot.
MarrlaKtt t'rtiUi'atea, 3c to (1.U0.
Wm Kikkr, Proprietor.
Hack rroia i:lnelaaatl.
("apt. J. VI. Moore, New Mexico's defo
liate to the national (J. A. K.encarupiueiit
at Clnolunatl, returned to the city taut
nlirlit and reporta having a ruoat glorloua
time at the reuulou of the veteran.
Kroui the time he stepped off la Cluclo
nail until the encampment adjourned
for a period of els days It waaoueeon
tiuual round ot pleasure. The city of
1'tuclnnatl covered ttaelf with eternal
glory for the royal treatment that Its
citizens beatowed upon the vtaitora. k r.
Moore supported HeiUm. of Chicago, for
commander-lu chief aud thua got to on
the band wanoa. He left (immander
Leverett Clark In Clucinnatt, hale and
hearty hut uot ready to return home for
a few weeks yet.
Kankla haa aeveral of tlie beat rauehea In
the territory and a aoiuuar of aleaaut real
Seaeaa la the city fur aale.
Bala fur Sale.
A magnlfloent " Hall's latent Im
nrnvwl aafe almoat new. for sale cheaD
Juat the thing for a biiMtiieas houae. it
la Qrs proof and haa a coiubiuatiou burg
lar proof vault. H rite or Inquire of 11.
1 rt. Knight or John Trlmtile, Albuquergiie,
I The cleaneat aud beet appointed barber
I i ..... .I.....,, ijui...u k: T , -
alley iu me auuvnwee. tie.nu e, t ai-
I'luuiblug and gas fitting. Whitney
v a. Mj m - ri .
our Fall styles of clothing to you, It Is with the fullest confi
dence thst we can gratify every tate with case from this
truly metropolitan stock of ours, whether Prince Albert or
sack or cutaway, whether la worsteds or cheviots, plain snd
fancy; tweeds, twills, whipcords, homespuns, or In combination
effects single or double breasted from sizes )i to 46. It's
Next to Citizen Office:
CONTRHCTOR AND BUILDER.
WHKKLKR'3 OLD 8II0P BKTWKKN
GOLD AND 8ILVKR AVKXUK.
Locks rppainxl, kpys maile anil all kinds
o' repairing duns.
Always Goods People
Wantj Price People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Re
..THE BEAUTY DF NEW DRESS G
THE RICHNESS OP NEW SII KS. a
E.cllncy and Economy have joined lund. In purchi.ing our B'C F VLL STOCK, an arrayol B4uly that i.
MTT?a w rUocc ,rqUt- PropoM to LEAD during the earning on ii high elm
wsDss STAPLE DRESS GOODS. Big A-orlmenl. Ll.lle Pricey Court.ou. Tre.tmenl. Get acquainted with u.,
our Pncei, our Qualitie. and wc are ture to make you our customer. You are CDrdully inviied to in.pect our
New Dress Goods.
Our Hreaa Gooda Di'partaient eoin
prlHei) all the lateat atylea and weavra,
uneltlia ami ataplea. ' We are hIiow
ug the iinwt eiuiiplete line ever elmwii
iu lirerw liooda,
A HandHoine line of 11, w changeable
TutTettaa, fuuey IlKuri'il xllk. We like
to cull your utieminii to our clt-gaul
BHuiirtinent in hlat-k Sllki.
You will find acnniplete u'wirtiiipnt nf
Ural Im, Jet iriuiiiiiiigH, and Srl-i.
Ladies' and Misses' Jst kets.
Our aHHiirtiiient la large nnd prlcea
low. The Karnii'iit.-i are well mailt, mill
Htylirih. We curry theiu ill lilai'k ai
well as all the hailing color.
1 J. J1 1 .-a a jii'iiigi . 1 1 i. lm. . mrj im
A. J. MALOY,
AO KMT FOR
OLUH IIOUSK GOODS,
Xonn to nipml,
BELIS SPRINGS -CUBAMKItY BUTTER
118 Railroad Ave.
. BA('HK'II1. KSTABLISIJKI) tsee.
- BRCIAL Ho
O U ATT7I i
Wh)lr.le Dmlrra In
General Agents Tor W. J. Lemp's St. Louis Ilecr.
ELKGANT KKTAIL Dlil'AKTMICXT
Ol'EX DAY AM) MdllT.
Outside Orders Promptly Attended to.
Price Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
BAGHEGHI & GIOSVH,
107 & 109 Son'h First Street, Albuqnsrqna, N. M.
A GOOD IVATCU
WILL IIP VOU!
Catch tour train. or kein IhimIiii.hu piiini(.,u
mi'iita priiniptly ami you ifiMii'ral miii-i-factinii.
Vekit-p alwiiyaon liiinil tlm l'nt
ttiiii'kwMTS iiimlf, ami fiirlhiTiiinri wo
know Imw to repair tlii'in wlioii t ! y vt
nut nf nnliT. It Iiiim Iiim'ii our llfo' Imifr
tralt and Imsineas, and we anre you mitis
T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler
V.tch Inspector, A T. & S. F. R. R.
E. J. POST & CO.,
We Carry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repairs. Thomas All-Steel
Easy Dump Hay Rakes. Milburn and Studebaker Wag-ons
Write for Prices. Mail orders given prompt attention.
Thssnnuai mMIng- of ths Htwkliolil
era of th Kiu (iramla lrrlatiiu and L'ul
oulzation company will Iw lu1.1 at Kiniiii
No. 2. N. T. Ariniiii liiiil.iiiii, in tho i'i.
of Albuquarque, on tliathiril'TliurNdajr of
oi-iiipiuunr. a. i, at iimiii.
Chahi.kh K. Ulii.u, 8wrlury.
Soptenibxr i, 1MW.
Ankour wrspptr cuatoiiiors how they
Ilk. our R-ooda. Thoy will toll yon tliey
ar. all rlglit and "awfully cliap." Tlif y
ars cheaijor now than evr. Koaeuwald
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Our lining Stock Inn nnver Ihtu ho
well asHui te I aa Hits season.
Capes ! Cap-'s ! !
Our rttock of t'lines was never better
aud more tastily si'ln-ted at lliia
eeasoii. A full liiie of t'lntli Cap 's in
black iiinl all the li-mlini; mlnrs, plain
and liaiiilsoinely triiiiini'il A tine Inn
of P 11-h Ciipe-i, p'uiii aud e'egautly
Children's ViHin rH
and K el'ei s.
We paid Hpecial a'teiitinn In se'et
1 11 7 these giHils and tliey are 11 h.,
both In style itlid price.
Infant's (inmls. ;
New Cloaks, Hon Is.Vcsts, Bauds, Ski'ts '
ami lii'rs et I
Mixes a . rwmtJSBm.
Albuquerque, N. M.
A JLJ JLrf.
309 Copper Ave.
Horwilioting a Specially. Wagon Repair
Ing and all Other Kindt of BUclumitb
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
An entire in-w Hue from the cheapest
t till' lie-t.
e carry 11 cniiplete line in Hat ami
rilili.'il 1111 in w,'ur au l in si.t running
fnnii L'i tn nil; ahu,
.liH-ping lull iiU'iiH.
tj", iiini, 1 11 r in uiiH a nt
Ir ss Skirts
If in ne'il or u cheap or tine ilre
skirl, see IH before tnivini;. We cull
show you a r uiiplHte line iu ser-i-s
liilllluillilli', i;mi or liirure.l
"'i silk HIM ale sure
to sate yoii
20t Uiilroad Ave.
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