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THE DAILY CITIZEN
ALBl'Ql KHyl K. AIH18T 12.
By metr-cmma from Chase A
-Hiiiiu.ii we are authorized to sell
Java an. Motha Coffee at the
t-itui lotfcc at. , ,40 tents,
40-cent cotlee at. . .35 cents.
35-cent toffee at ... 30 cents.
30-ttni i&fL-e t. . .95 cents.
' j-vu.i tutfre at . , . 20 cents.
.14 m. bui(vU A!.,llbuijUti.qrjb,, I.
MUM 10 LUF
Ou pnauo, tirst-class furniture, etc,
wiUioui. reu oi. Aleoou diamonds,
ttuuim, jetseiry. Ills lusunuic poll
oiMk irurn deeds or auy good secur
ity. Terms very moderate.
SOtf South beoond street, Alboqner
que. New Mexico, next door to Yest
rn Union Telegraph oOlce.
ii. A. bLKYSTEJi,
Aotomatlo Telephone No. 174.
BOOMS U A U CROMUMX BLOCK
II. U. MAYNIE
HJ.E Matt a-.)
Pure Jersey Milk
tarordera Promptly Filled. Uuulde Order
or 10 centa a. dime.
Have rout .hiit lauudrted
od borne oo ume
At Uts Albsqncrqas Steam Laaodry,
Carmar OosJ t. aa 4 B.a a.
JAT A, BUBKS, Proprietor,
MEL1N1 & EAKIN.
l.olesale ind Retail Liquor Dealers,
Family trad supplied it WholraaJ price,
Kxclaatv went lor the I. mum YellowMont
Wbleky. All the itenderd brands at
81. LOCK ud llLliGlEE
Bottled km la etock. Klesant Side board add
Ktldmi room Ic Connection end M Bulle
tine fmb from the wires.
Headquarters for Fresh Fruits
and Vegetables in season . . .
Freeh Finn and Dressed Poultry.
206 and 208 South Second Street
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
S14 S. Second St.
Beat uu ftuuiti.
BtoTe repairs at Futrelle'a.
Pianos for rent, ft bltuey Co.
Carpenters' tools. Whitney Co.
Picture frames made to order. Whit
40 cents for 7 foot cloth shades. W. V.
Picture frames and room moulding.
Merchants' Innch every morning at the
Freeh vaccine points at Berry's drug
store, First street.
Bee the One assortment of new furni
ture, a south Firet street.
The beat summer fuel Is CerrlUos nut
eoal; 13.25 per ton. Uahn & Co.
Colon mads overalls, only ' at the
Golden Rule Dry Goods company.
Hare you tried It, pickled lobeter meat,
for sale at the Ban Joel Mahkst.
For graulte-ware, tinware and stoves
see J. W. Harding, 213 Gold avenue.
The newest fad Just out. The Roman
bell, Just received at the Kcononjlat.
The beet t'i men's shoes In the city are
sold at A. Simpler ACo.'s large shoe store.
If you driuk Holt's Coyote mineral
water, you will Lave no contagious dis
Chickens and broilers, the beet In town
and plenty of them, at the Ban Jifek
White parasols, all silk, only Ho cents,
on sale at the Golden Kule Dry Goods
Men's unlaundrled shirts, Monarch
brand, sold by K. L. Washburn & Co. for
60 centa each.
Come to the bouse warming at Mellnl &
Kakiu'e Saturday night, August Uth, and
see what you see.
If yoa are looking for quality In poul
try or market goods of any kind, try the
cUN JObK MlHklT.
Kutrelle, corner Gold and First streets
will sell you good wall paper at lif
doulile roll and up.
We have Junt received a full line ot
12.50 aud 13.00 ladles' fine Oxford and
high shoes. Give us a call. A. Simpler
The beet place for good. Juicy steaks
and roast and all kinds of meats, kept
In a first euuw market, at Kleluwort's,
north Third street.
The beet (2.50 shoes for men In the
city. Others auk $4 for the same make
of shoes. Geo. C. Ualusley A Co., 122
a utb becoud street.
The Sweet-Orr celebrated brand of
overalls aud jackets, jeaus aud corduroy
pants, for less money than Interior makes,
at K. L. Washburn A Co.
Alfred Williams and bis sister, Mine
Sarah Williams, of Kl Paso, naaeed
through the city Wedneeday ulght for
Baton, where they will visit their grand
mother, Mrs. Thomas. After remaining
at FUton for a week, they will continue
nerth to Kmporla and Topeka, Kan.,
where they will visit relatives and
Last night, In one of Albuquerque's re
sorts, a crowd of half a di xn sports were
dl-cusslng the forthcoming fight between
Corltt and "Kid- McCoy. Although a
m 'J irlty of the crowd fsvored Corhelt,
each and every one of them openly ad
mitted as their opinion that if Corbett
won he would have no walk over.
Jm1ge F. A Htibbell will leave on Bun
dsv for the Naclmtento mountains, where
bin sheep are grsx Ing. Word Cnuies from
0 ut section ot It Tualillo comity to the
1 IT : h l itiH val ej and m nntaln elds
are covered with a flue growth of nntrl
tt us grsee, and that the streams and
water holes are fnll of water.
Kl. Bennett, the two-year-old pacing
stallion of Win. Cok, Is winning laurels
on the turf In Kansas. Teeterday Mr,
Cork received a telegram from Parsons
stating that Kl. Bnnett had Uken sec
ond money In a content whe-eln be wit
pitted against some very fast pacers and
Simon Stern, the Railroad avenne
clothier and gents' furnisher. Is still In
Chicago, where he Is personally selecting
Or (it cla stock of fall and winter
goods. During his absence Will. Mallette
Is being aeeieted at the store by G. F.
Graven, who Is an old clothing merchant.
J. B. SalfUtr was on the street this
morning, leading a tiny Chthnahna dog.
The little canine weighs about two
pmnds, Is about four Inches tall, and
six months old. It Is as lively as a
cricket, and would make a moil excel
lent pet for some child.
On the display In our show window of
the celebrated Regent (3 50 shoes for
men, all styles and shapes. Geo. C.
Galneley A Co., 122 south Second street.
There will be a free concert at Orches
trion hall, to-morrow night, followed by
dance. A free concert will also lie
given at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon.
Pressed ham, boiled ham, minced ham,
cooked corned beef, head cheese, liver
ntisage, blood sansage, Knoblarch and
salami at the San Johi Market.
Chas. F. Hunt, the Chihuahua, Mexloo,
hotel-keeper, who has been In the city
for the pant few days, will return south
What 50 cents will bny at K. L. Wash
burn A Co.'s: One One unlaundrled
white shirt with linen bosom, made by
Clnett, Coon A Co.
The Kimball piano received highest
honors at the World's Fair. Bee the One
display ot Kimball pianos at The Whit
son Moslo Store.
W. A. Wilson, representing the Swift
Packing company with headquarters at
Kl Paso, Is here to-day on a visit to his
A Due line ot Opera slippers from
$1.00 to XB0 per pair at the Green
Front Shoe Store, Railroad avenue, Wni.
Frank Thomas, a Winslow railroader,
enme In from the west laat night, and
has bis name on the Sturges European
Children's school tablets with every
pair of shoes at Geo. C. Galneley A Co's,
122 south Becoud street.
The drinking water sold by Loo Holt la
the purest, and drives off small-pox.
Order a dozen bottles.
Bny one of our spring chickens to
morrow, just to see the kind we sell.
San Johi Markkt.
Cooked corneil beef, home manufacture,
15 cents per pound. Blauchard Meat and
Chas. Zlger, the Congress junction,
Arizona, merchant. Is at present on a
visit to Kl Paso.
John Pullar, a well known and popular
railroad official, Is at Bturges' Kuropean
Holt's oyote mineral water Is fire
proof against ooutugioui diseaaes.
Geo. C. Galneley A Co. tor the beet
shoes, at low prices.
Sour pickles ft cents a dozen at the San
Stove repairs for any stove made.
Flue china and glassware. Whituey
Gold Band bacon at San Johi Markkt,
New bicycles at Futrelle's only $25.
Lamps and trimmers. Whitney Co.
SPECIAL SALE OF
We need room, Z:r'Z
for our now fldck of woolen I)rcf!(fooi-.ln, which
will noon he arriving. We have now an iin
inenno stock of I)re.n (tooiln on hatul and inuxt
reduce fame. In order to attain thi cud we
will nell these good nt almost unhclievcahle
l k 4.5 4.5
WHEN we nay, Prcs (tood't nargains, every
body knows that wo mean I)rcs (lood'w liar
train in the full hciihc of the word. We have
made these ta le the talk of the town before,
we are determined to cap the climax with thin
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THIS SALE in to be one of mutual benefit
and interest to the public and ourselves. A
benefit to the public in receiving their Pres.
(ioods at just about one half their artual value.
A benefit to ih in disposing of came, for reasons
above mentioned, nit hough at or below cost.
We know we can interest you. Avail yourself
of this o,ijHrt unity !
Mail orders filled same day as received.
THH CUT 1" BRIEF.
Personal and General Paragraphs Picked
Up Here and There.
A. A. Graut, who was at Santa Ke yes
terday on business, returned to the city
Joseph Plochowskl and wife, register
ing from Milwaukee, Wis., are at
Hon. Mariano B. Otero, accompanied
by linn. Hoi. I, una, took the panseuger
train last night for Santa Ke,
Hon. W. B ('h I Mors. 1'itlted States at
torney for New Mi' i loo, returned to the
city last night from Mania Ke.
Kerd. Levi, representing Lowenthal A
Meyers, has returned to the city from his
vacation at the Jemei hot springs.
Mrs. 8. W. White and son, Willie, will
leave Sunday for Los Angeles. They will
remain a few weeks at the sea coast town
of Santa Monica.
The new superintendent of the Hearst
copper mine, near Sliver City, is 1.. u.
Stevenson, lie is expecteq to arrive
from Preecott In a few days.
Judge W. I). I.ee and K. W. Dobsnn, at
torneys, returned last night from Santa
Ke, where they were on business More
the territorial supreme court.
Jay Hulibs, proprietor of the Albuquer
que laundry, left last night for southern
California, where Mrs lluMn and child
ren are spending the summer.
The special land agent of the Santa
Ke railway, W. T. ('liver, came In from
(.us Crucea last night and continued on
to his headquarters at Topcka.
J. Burns, who was he's the punt few
days, left last night for the Cochitl (lis
trlct, after which he will contlnus on
to his way home In Triuldad, Colo.
Mrs. L. Leon end daughter, Mrs. Carrie
Zelgler, of M hits Ouks, came In from the
south last night aud took the Sauta Ke
PaclUo passenger train for southern Call
Phil Prager, who was a thriving mer
chant In this city In the early 'mis, now
lbs popular southwestern representative
of a wholesale St. Louis house. Is at the
Hotel Highiaud with his trunks of
Louis Hostetter and family, who have
been on a visit to the Trans Mississippi
exposition at Omaha, are now ou their
return to New Mexico. They will stop
over In this city for a few days, aud from
here ooutiuue ou to Las Cruces.
A. O. Wells, general superintendent,
and I. L. Hlhhard, division superintend
ent, both popular ollicials of the Sauta
Ke PaclUo railway, came In from the
west late yeeterday ufternoiin, and re
mained a few hours, returning west on
the No. I passenger tralu.
W, Steele, of Preecott, came III from
the west last ulght and put his name on
the register at the Grand Ceutral. Mr.
Steele states that the Volunteers at Whip
pie are all, comparatively speaking, lu
gof'd health, and Capt. IWradaile, with
his gallant Company A, anxiously await
onlers to move on the enemy, either In
the milipplnee or down In Cuba.
Mrs. lucent M. Kaca, wtio was on a
visit to her lather, Hon. Felipe Chavee,
of llelen, and while there was quite III,
relumed to the city night belore last,
and Is now reported again 111, although
not seriously sick.
Mrs. Carl K. Ackerman, accompanied
by Judge J. II. Giirry and Mrs. K. H.
Cook, are expected to arrive from Pern
Ing this evening. Mrs. Ackerman Is the
wire of a young newspaperman here
Mrs. C. C, Hall left this morning for
Kl Paso, where she will meet Mr. Hall,
who is just returning from a InislueMi
trip through Arizona
Kinll Klcinwort, the Third street
tulcher, Is expecting a carload of Hue
cattle from the famous Salt river valley
K. .1. Temple, a cattle owner and raiser
from Colorado, la at the Hotel Highland
A. II. Porter, of Las Vegas, Is in ths
Tha Haft ll.nrl.
The archiipologlsta who have studied
the prehistoric ruins of New Mexico, have
never Urn utile to fully determine what
significance there was attached to the
11- ure t a hand that appears on the door
posts of all of our obi ruins. Wherever
they are sulllclently well preserved the
piciure of a human ham) can be found,
which was evidently made by dlpplug the
hand In some liquid pigment and press
ing It against the stones.
What is also another purzle, the same
Ugure Is to be found. It Is eald, upon
many nt the ruins lu Ind a and Kgypt.
the attention ot Prof. Harding, the
greatest living delineator of the humon
hand, who is now In our city, waa called
to this greatest curuwity amongst scien
tists, and he has promised, as soon as an
opportunity (Hers, to make an eiamlna
tian of a specimen, eo aa to determine
Conclusively aa to whether they are the
same in New Mexico as in his native
c nii'ry, India, and also to furnish the
inl'lica delineation ot the character of
the person whose hand was need an the
All of which will serial ly not only
prove exceedingly Interesting to all, but
iTiimlses a long step forward In unravel
ing many of the knotty problems that
have so confounded our greatest students.
I he professor's rooms havs been eo
crowded for several t1s that he has been
uuuble to aa yet spare the time, but he
deems the subject of sulllcleut Import
ance to Justify him lu laying aside bust
nees long enough o make a visit to one
of the best preserved ruins, which is said
to be near Abo, In Valencia county.
Ime and timely notice will he given of
the profiMsor's content' lated trip, so that
all can consult him at his rooms In the
Graud Central before he go a.
trpJ We have placed on sale several hun-
p area pair ot m
GSj " " pJ
1 MENS' SHOES I
m Af .tI ,.A..r.X . Cf.- 1 ffol
Ilti i,v""r puwj wmii j viuh, uui urunxii lines ana l
m get ready for our fall ttock. We offer teveral dozen pair of 0
M good quality Calf Skin Shoe, formerly .old at $2.50 to $4.00,
Q0J , , p
ml Also 20 dozen pair of Goodyear welt Shoes in Lace and Con
rja grew, all kinds of toes, black or tan, and formerly all the way nv
ra from $3.50 to $5.00 a pair, at only p
M ler $2.75 Pair.
S Finally we have about 100 pair of Hanan & Sons celebrateP frvlj
f3J ihoeJ in Oxfords, Southern Ties. Lace and Congress, rcrjresent fpil
0 ing all of our broken lines, which are worth anywheres $5.00 pj
nO and $6.00, at only
I. If you will call and see these goods you will be convinced that
t they are all Bargains.
I SiriON STERN,
rj TNG RAILROAD AVENUG CLOTHIER.
W. HESSELDEN, President. W. K. WHITNEY, Vice-President, J. C. f LOl'RNOY, Sec. A Treas.
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE,
Furniture, Carpets, Crockery
Iron Pipe and
OF ILFELI3 BROS. STOCK OF
Curtains, Rugs, Matting,
Comforts and Everything in the
In order to m:ik' room for our 1 1 vv
stock wo. will poll ovcrvtliin loft of
tlio iihovo jzoods, which wo purch: sril
of Ilfeid JJros. at piicfts never heard of
MAY k FABER,
Next to Citizen Office.
OK. All Steel Full Circle Hay Press.
MAIL ORDERS HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
OITICC AND SALESROOMS, 217-219 S. Second Street.
WORKSHOPS and HEAVY HARDWARE, U5""7 S. first Street.
Jas. L. Bell & Co.
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
V A. ,is-
THE HD1T SEASOR
in 11. hflaM no', and you can't have too murh
fruit whro 11. A I In quality, like the water.
melon., i uirsnt.. berrit-s, t.aiutiui, eti' , we are
iii.w aehiun at vrry low rii e.. Kilter nirloli.
than our. w erv never urowU' They're a fea.t
lur all who ,urt h.e litem. Don't forifet that
the trlitl M.ai,ou'. Koina and that ( unuiiis lathe
tlrat older ot the ilay. Now l. the tune to lay
m a .tore lor nelt w inter. A- rturx can't he bet-it-r
ur luice. lower thaii yuu'tl litld at our atore
Ilargalu. ot the Day at The Fair,
The celebrated Alaska steel wire coll
haudle nickel-plated stove lifter, worth
b centa, only Hie.
The well known Alaska coll wire handle,
always Cool, nickel-plated poker, worth
U centa, ouly Inc.
I. (ing handle corn poppers, square shape,
wire lid, only inc.
The boy's delight, "Stick Horse," 6 Inch
spoke wheel, connected by a long rod
with horse head, ouly inc.
Hoy's red carta il Inch wheels, only.. . Hie.
Dressed china limb dolls, twelve Inches
long, only inc.
TIIK K A I it .
A Hot Tluia la Maw Tow a.
Having about completed retlttiug our
retail department for the better accom
modation of patrons, we will warm the
place up Saturday night with a grand old
time. There will be au elegant spread,
aud all good citizens are cordially In
vited. Uttl.lM A Kakin,
The Big Liquor House.
j for Sala.
The saloon and fixtures, consisting of
(tool tables, etc , with license for gamb
ling and selling liquors, for sale. Kor
particulars call on K. Valentlul. at the
Cochitl saloon, coruer Third street aud
Juw . t.mm.
Restaurant, 115 Hat I road avenue, Open
day aud all ulght. Hhort orders.
Prof. R. K. Hare came In from I.as
Cruoee last ulght, aud continued ou to
Omaha. Neb, where he will visit the
Traus-MisHtasippl exposition for several
weeks. 1 he profeswir is the Instructor
I of chemistry lu the Agricultural college.
809 Copper Ave.
HoTMihocing a Specialty. Vgon' Rtpiie-
and all Other Kindt of BUclumith
A. J. MALGY,
DK ' LER IN
A (IK NT FOU
WiUK ILOUSVOfYNIYKl) GOODS,
Xono tit liti tl,
HKLTS SPRIN(,S CUEAMEUY 15 UTTER
118 Rnllfoad Ave. Albwqnerqup, N. M.
It AC II Ef 'HI. KHTAHLIHIIKD ISSB.
Wholeaale lelen In
General Aspnts Tor W..I. Lcinp's St. Louis Deer.
ELEGANT RETAIL DEPARTMENT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Outside Orders Promptly Attended to.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
BACHECHI & GIQEV1I,
J 10? 4 109 M First Street, - - Altaqraiw, S. M.
A DOCTOR'S VISIT
is always followed by a doctor's
prescription, and when you want
to get it filled promptly, accurately
and from the purest and freshest
drug;s, bring it to us. Physicians'
prescriptions are a specialty with
us, and we have all the newest
discoveries in medicine that can
fill prescriptions from the best in
O u iireHi -iiiii.in runnier iilwaya In charge ofja
gra.tuale ot plntrmnrv.
J. H. 0'RIELLY & CO.,
vn WANT TO-
Customer of ours. We w ill 'try to
The KimkT rurrt'ct rt kIiiih f tht alnve sent nn ly
mail Moii. 1. iv. Au(. l.t, Imwh, will rcteivr h M lit -t.try
T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler
Walch trufwetor, A- T. It S. F. R. P.
If you Intend to enjoy yourself In the !
mountains this siiinm-r, remi'inher the
sulphur hot springs, nestleil lu a valley
of the Jeinet mountains, caiiuot be sup
paused for scenery. Kor particulars
write to W.L. Trimble &t:o, this city.
I. sjlles' leather belts, worth iic, at Uiic;
belts worth FiOc at 2'io each. Koeeuald
Think of it! Hiving ladies' shirt
waWts at lik'; I 'till en wing sleeve vesta at
i' cliililreu's tan or black stockings at
Hit", only to tM had at the (iuhlna Rule
liry (ioo.ls coinpiiuy.
Oh, no! Von are not looking thin. All
that you ned Is a clean shave. (Jo to
llahu's barber shop, S. T. Armijn build
lug, uud get the beit.
Always Goods People
Want; Prices People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Received.
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Ag-e nts For
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
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125 doz. Rov's black, heavy iroii-r.iil
Hose, regular value 25c, today 12 l-2c.
Baby's white Lawn Hoods, sold up
to $1.50, your choice ,15c.
25 pieces Fancy Ribbon, worfh up
to 50c, your choice, only 22c.
Ladies Black Silk Mitts, worth 50c,
Balance of our entire stock of Ladies'
Fancy Neckties, only 5c.
Ladies' Fancy Hose, worth 25c, only
BLANKET SPECIAL. Wo bought entiio sainplo lino of
Blankets from John V. Farwoll Co., Chicago, at oil' wholesalo
price. Will sell them s uno way. Conio in investigate our goods