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T11K DAILY CITIZEN uui'amx V X 1 V A I tl H lit. I iiy 1U..11 1 tiiviiii truiu Clia.i. 4 &an burn we are authorized to sell Java and Mocha Coffee at the ollowing prices: 45-cent coffee at. , .40 cents. 40-cent coffee at. . .35 cents. 35-cent coffee at. . .30 cents. 30-ctnt toffee it. . ,a$ cents. 5-cent coffee at ... 20 cent s. M). OJUinHlEK til I. Railroad ir., Albaqaerqaa, 1. 1. MONEY 10 LOAN On pianos, flmt-cUw furniture, etc. wltlKHit removal. Aim on diamonds, watetim. Jewelry, lire Insurance poll etea. Truat dwda or any (rood aeour II. Terms rrr moderate. H. SIMPSON. S09 Booth Second street, Albrjin.r qne. New Mm loo, nail door to rat am Union lelagTapn oOloe. H. A. 8LEYSTKU, JHE 'sunXCE H LEAL ESTATE. hOTlfiT PUBLIC. Automatic. Telephone No. 174. BOOMS IS A 14 CUOMWKLL BLOCK B2EiIR.T8 for 10 centa dim. Have your shirt lauudrtad And bum on Uma. At tne Albaqucrqaa Stctm Laaadry, enr OmI ava, u4 .1 JAY A. HUBBS, Proprietor. noH 414. MEL1M & EAK1N. Itiolesale toil Retail Liquor Dealers, Family trad mpplltd at Wbolnal prlcM. Kic1u.It. Miaou for tli. famooa YallowMooa . Whtaky. AU lh Maodard brand, of ST. LOOIS ud lILYaClEI BofUrd brrt In it nek. Klrgant Side board and Heading room Ic Connection and Wat Bulla II na fmb trum tba wirra. ALIIUQUEUQUU .FISH MARKET. Headquarters for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in season . . . Freeh KUh and Drarwed Poultry. 206 and 203 South Second Street. WM. ZACHARIAH, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. WHEKLKR'8 OLD SHOP BKTWKKN GOLD AND blLVKK AVKNCK. Locks repaired, keys made and all kinds 01 repaiilug done. BOLLER'S BLACKSMITH SHOP 809 Copper At, Hoiwihorfn Specialty. Vagoa Repair ing and aD OtW Kind, oi BUckamitb work Guaranteed. 188 1898 F,G.Pfaii&Co.i AaTt?ntt no and Hraud tied litKMla. DBALIEI III STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES 214 8. Second 8t Hlll.boro Creamery Butter Beat uu anh. Order. Solicited rrea Delivery CITY NEWS. Btove repairs at Katrelle's. Pianos tor rent. Whitney Co. Carpenters' tools. Whitney Co. Picture frames made to order. T hit- ney Co. 40 centa for 7-foot cloth shade. W. V. Futrelle. Plotare framea and room moulding, Whitney Co. Merchant' Innch every morning at the White Elephant. Madame Yale's preparations, a fall Una at B. Ruppe's. For I hob and embroideries at half price at B. Ilfeld & Co's. BlgbMt prices paid for gente' clothing at Hart's, 117 Gold avenue. Bee the fine aMrwrtment of new furni ture, a aouth Klmt street. Trunks and teleeoope valines cheaper than the cheapest, Kutrelle's. We will furnish your house on the In stallment plan. Whitney Co. The beet summer fuel Is Cerrlllos nut coal; 13.20 per tun. Uahn & Co. Inlon made overalls, only at the Golden Bule Dry Goods company. Ueu's, youth' and children's olothlng for lee than halt price at B. Ilfeld & Co's. Kutrelle. corner Gold and Klrst streets, will sell you good wall pajxsr at lte double roll and np. LouU Ilfeld and James Ginnnfuld, who were at Haul K the pant few days, re turned to the city laet night. Jacob U. MaDan, who baa lived In this city for a number of years, will leave to night for Chicago, where ho will reelde In the future. The beet place for good, Juicy staaka and roanta and all kluds of meats, kept In a flint olaee market, at klelnwort's, north Third street. Dealers In Bemlngton typewriters, the standard typewriter of the world. Can supply business oUlon with experienced steuogiaphers to fill permareut and tern porary positions, at short notice. Hahn 4 Co. The goods of the store "The Wonder" have been pari'tiaeed by the Golden Bule Dry Good company, and have beeu removed. Uxrwr. Ueinch Jt Bottler, pro prietors of the New Chicago saloon, ex pect to occupy "The Wonder" store room on or about Heptember 1. Tuk Citizen was Informed this morn ing that the store rooms of the Grant building, corner Third street and Kali road avenue, have all been leaned. The two corner rooms will bs occupied by the MAN i... . 0nM'n D" wtnvi t iMtrj rvm will b- nl b M .t Faber. ' l;-t i ! "'.Willie tit.' '.inrtt, n-.in A be ik'i n,,. il lit II ,f,.j,i , ( lieu B. llie and Ben Mniiiror, two fa mons bnntem of the city, accompanied Lon Holt to Coyotte canyon this morn ing. The two hnnters took along with them their falling gnns. and It Is likely, when they return to the city to morrow, they will have mi me remarkable bear hunting stories to relate. P. K. Mofanna. wire and children, after a pieaxant vlult of a few week aniorg relative and friend of Oewego, New York, returned to the city lael night Mr. McCanna I the chief clerk of the Santa Ke railway, and wrm at hi poet of duty at the freight depot thin morning. Capt. C. N. Starry, who wa at Santa Ke on legal matter before the territorial npreme court, came In from the north laet night and con tinned on to Lo An galea. U la the general ronnael or the Bnnta Ke Paclfla and Southern Pacific railways. County Superintendent B. K. Perea de sire that all the school director and the clerks of school boards have their enumeration forma, showing the nnmher of school children In the county, at bis odlce by September 15. Call at "The Green Kront" shoe store for children's and nibwen' sandals and oxford, black and tan, latent style. to 8, 88 cents; 8,4 to 11, W0 centa; lltoj, 11 ; ladles' oxford, tl W. Chaplin, pro prietor. Mr. Dr. BUhop. Mis Ruth Btehop and Ml Winifred Spanieling, who occupied Taaa del Pino" tent at Camp Whltcomb the pant week, have returned to the city. They report having bad a moet enjoyable time. The dance to be given at the Or cheetrion hall to morrow night in honor of Sergeant Armljo and Private Alber Is not a private affair and all friends of the two yonng men are cordially Invited. Hon. W. K. Martin, editor and pub lisher of Kl Bepubllrano of Socorro, came In from the south last night and remained several honra, taking the No, paaeenger train for Santa Ke. W. A. MoGovern, who for years wss the popular and efficient trainmaster at Nee die, Cel., baa been transferred to W In- low, and Philip C. Allen, the WIuhIow trainmaster, goes to Needles. G. C. Reach and family will leave to morrow evening for their old home In Burlington, W Is , where they will spend the fall months and then return to Albu qnerque. J. M. Moore, real eetate, Are lnnrance. Money to loan, 10 per cent lntereet; sums toult;real estate security. OlDce, 128 south Seooud street. New telephone ?J2 Joe Francisco randelarla, one of the foremoet cltlxen aud leading repub licensor Atrlsco, died laet week at bis home. He had beeu 111 for over a year. The Kimball piano received highest honors at the World's Fair. Bee the One display of Kimball pianos at The Whit son Moale Store. A, Parentl and wife, L. Tomel. K.Gradl and S. Lencloul constituted a party of pic nicer who spent yesterday at Coyote springs. Thou. Dye, Sr., the shoemaker, left this morning for Denting, where he will kold down a position In the shoe store of N. A. Bollch. Hon. Pedro Castillo, the county com missioner, has been quite 111 at Bernalillo with malarial fever. Freeh vegetables, fruits In season, oiltry and staple groceries, at Bell & Ca's, Second street. Cooked corned beef, home manufacture, 15 cents per pound. Blanchard Meat and Supply Company. The cleanest and beet appointed barber simp In the southwest Uahn's, N. T. Ar mljo bnilding. A complete line of potted meats and delicacies for luncheons and picnics, at Bella. For meu's, ladles' and children's hosiery at halt price at B. Ilfeld A Co's. First-class room and board at 71H Kent avenue. Fine ohln na and glassware. Whitney Co. Crockery and glassware. Whitney Co. Copper and tin work. Whitney Co. New bicycles at Futrelle's only $28. Lamps and trimmers. Whitney Co. W. HliSSIiLDliN, President. Whitney Com; SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE, Furniture, Carpets, Crockery And Pumps, Iron Pipe and Fittings, Belting and Packing. O. K. All Steel Full Circle Hay Press. MAIL ORDERS HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION. OI'FICG AND SALESROOMS, J17-J10, S. Second Street. WORKSHOPS and HEAVY HARDNVAkH, 115-117 S. I lrst Street. i -- - SPECIAL Mi en yross We need room for our new etnek of wool. mi DnrtfJotMlrt, which will noon )t arriving. W'c have now an im incuse stock of Dres Goods on haml ami must reduce name. In order to attain this end we will rvll these pods lit almost unlielicvcaltle laices. WIIKX we say, Dress Good" I'.awi ins, every body knows that w mean Dress (JoodV Har pains in the full sense of the word. We have made these nales the talk of the town before, we are determined to cap the climax with this one. THIS SALKistoho one of mutual benefit nnd interest to the public and ourselves. A benefit to the public in receiving their Dress (roods at just about one half their actual value. A benefit to us in disposing of same, for reasons above mentioned, although at or below cost. We know we can interest you. Avail yourself of this opportunity! Mail orders tilled same day as received ROSENWALD BROS. THB CUT BRIEF. Perineal and General raragrapas ricked Dp Here and There. John Oak ha returned to ths city after spending a week camping In Hell canyon. Mr. Fearnp, of the firm of Bearup A Kilts, heep aud wool men, hvt returned from a business trip to Chicago. John Becker, of Belen, the big fl itir miller and general inercliaut of the K.lo Grande valley, la In the city to day. Freight Conductor K. Carson and funi lly left lust ulght for southern Cali fornia, where they will sueud a vacation of several week. Jean H. Benches, sheriff, and B.ileslo Romero, chief deputy, cams In from Lot I, unas last night and put up at Bturges' European. They will return south to day. The mother of Pollnetnan Mlirii.-I Mar tinet left last night tor Pena Blauca, where she will visit some friends, and while there attend to some businnss In connection with her property at that place. A letter received by Mr. I.. 8. Bell. yesterday from her sou, John Bell, of the Rough Rider, say Hint the soldier will be mustered out September 7, when they will be provided with transportation to the places from which they were re cruited. A ball In honor of Sergeant George W Arinlto and Private Hive L. A I tiers of the Rough Riders, will bs given at the Orchestrion hall to morrow evening The boy will leave for New York In a short time so as to 1st there to take part In the grand military parade September 9. The following heavy sheen buyer are in Altiuiiuerque today: J. H. Manhv. Trinidad; A. A. Knott, Perlhoud, Colo.; W. J. Karr, Eaton, Colo ; C W . Weather- by, of Denver, and W. B. Starr, of Cen tralis, Mo. A a consequence there Is considerable stir among the local sheep men. John II. Stlnale, a young attorney from this city, yesterday passed a succeseful examination In Santa Ke for a certificate entitling him to practice before the su preme court. Two other young dlsclnles of Rlackstons, Mr. Davis, of l.as Vegns, and Colin Nehtiltt. of Silver City, also passed the examination. The Arm of Mcllaitlel & Co.. furniture dealers, has been dissolved, V tllUm Mc- UanlHl rttlrlng. L. II. Shoemaker con- tinues In the business and will deal In new and second hand furniture and do repair work. He will be pleased to meet his friends at hi commodious store ad joining the Klrst National bank. Prof J. Everett Smith has been notified of his selection as a professor In the Northwestern Territorial Normal school at Alva. (). T., at a salary of l.2onper year. Prof. Smith made an excellent W. R. WHITNEY, VIce-Hrealdent. Glassware. iV fit SALE OF - 1 loois. W must have . e 1 room tor our record a principal or the high school In this city, and Thk Citizsn predicts ror him a succeesful career In his new Held. He has resigned the prlnclpalshlp of the high school lieie and will leave In a few dity for Oklahoma to take up the duties of hi new position on September 12. B. Totl. of ths north Third street firm of Totl .t Gradi, left Sunday night on a visit to hi native country, sunny Italy, called there by a meseags announcing ths serious llliie-s nf Ms aged father. He as accompanied to the depot by t large number of friends, who wished til in a pleasant vo) age and safe return. Mr Totl sails on Wednesday's stesnter from New York, ami expects to be absent three or four months. M P. Sawtelle. the g. neral merchant at t.abeton. Is In the city buying go-nW. He states that everv dream ami water hole at or near Cabeion Is full of water, that there Is nlentv nf line grass and the she tp are lit the very het of condition. J. II. O'ltlelly ha received a letter from Newark Valley, N. Y conveying the sad intelligonc of ths death of II. M. Shel don, a young man who spent about a vear lu this city. In that place on August M, from a hemorrhage of the lungs, Ciprinno Baca, who was at Santa Fe yesterday on business, came In from the north last night aud Is at Ht urges' Knro pi'Bti. He Is the deputy I'nlted States marshal ol Socorro, and will continue south to morrow morning. Regular review or Alamo Hive No. I, L.O. K. M., will be held tomorrow. Vtedni'sday nleht at the usual place, at o'clock Minnie A. McKee, H. K. C. W. Ward, the outside rustler on the Democrat, ha returned to the city from a short vacation to southern California. Mrs. II. B. Ray and daughter, who were at Bland on a vis't to Mr. and Mrs. J. K Meade, returned to the city last night. Stephen Canovan, wife and baby, well known people of Gallup, are In the city and huva rooms at the drain! Central. Dr. and Mm. K II. Wall tea and daugh ter, Ml-s L M Wallace, vlsltiuir rrom l.as Vr-gus, are at the Hotel Highland. Mrs. Iiuis Beer, after a tileasant visit among Santa Ks relatives and friends, returned to the city last hight. W, L. Trlmtile. who is at Bland to looking tip some of his contracts, will re turn to the city this evening. II. D. Becker, the Islets merchant, la In the city to-day. ItlMiilutlon f fartuarahlp. I have purchased W in. McDanlel'a In- terest in the furniture store of McDanlel A Co. aud will continue to deal in new and second hand goods; will repair fur niture and pay the highest prices for household goods. L. II Shokmakkr, Next door to First National bauk. For line dress goods at less than half price at B. Ilfeld a Co's. J. C. I LOLkMOY, Sec. & Treaa. mm, MeCormiek Mowing Machines, Rakes and Reapers. Ml p ,,--'iiijii-jiijiri!irx(UKii!tlEja w upphrtiiutt D. m 1 J Hi... Mill,,., X We have placed on sale several hun dred pair of MENS' SHOES At greatly reduced prices in order to close out broken line and get ready for our fall stock. We offer several dozen pair of good quality Calf Skin Shoe, formerly sold at $2.50 to $1.00, ?: D1' in' P P pO rrU $1.75 Per pi Also 20 dozen pair of Goodyear P gress, all kinds of toev black or tan, and formerly all the way ra from $3.50 to $5.00 a pair, at only rHl Per $2.75 r?j Finally we have about 100 pair of Hanan ic Sons celebrateP shoes in Oxfords, Southern Ties, Lace and Congress, represent ing all of our broken lines, which are worth anywhere $5.00 and $6.00, at only m m p p" p Per $3.75 If you will call and see these goods yoti will be convinced that they are all Bargains. SiriON STERN, THE RAILROAD AVENUE CLOTHIER. p i OS p p" p" MS. FIRE SALE OK ILFELD HROS. STOCK OF CARPETS. Curtains, Rugs, Matting, Comforts and Everything in the , House Furnishing Line I In order to m iko stock wo will soil everything left of the above goods, which wo purchased of Ilfeld Uros. at pi ices never heard of I cfore. MAY k Gold Avenue. VISITORS STOP AT THE GRAND CENTRAL N. T. Armljo llullding. -A. 0ait-alljr Xjooatted XXotol. Jas. L. Bell & Co. DKALKHS IN S!ap!s and Fancy Groceries. Si e l" thi raciT SEASOR 111 It. Iirlulitniiw, ami you ran'i have too murh Irmt when Its A 1 in quality, likr till- lrr. llirliin., urranta, lirrru a. I auall.ia. rt ., r art no M-lling at vriy lew ,rl. ra. Klnrr mrloiia than oura trnnrvn urowu. Tht-y're a fi-nat lor all wlin puri haar tht-m. D in t furiift u.at thi- trint aranou'a uiiliig and that canning lathe nr. I (inli-r nl thr Jay. Nuw la the tlllif to lay in at.irr Inr lu ll aintrr. hum ran t U-ln-t-li-nir irli lo than yull'll liuU at our aurre Una wrt-k. To-llar'a H.r(alu. mt Ilia Fair. (looilcaiivaaaeat folding camp clialrn, 2,'c lianutiie lirana ulght lampa cotuplt-1, 2no lotorla lamp ahadra, couipltno with holder, only f)f Out of aaanou, but tltwirablri, farcy foot scraporn, only loe The well kuowu home ahoe gltuu tuiu- hler isue I'erforalrtl and acalloped ahelf paper, twelve aheeta for 05e THK KAIK, 113 Houth Klmt btreet. Nutlna. Seven canldatea will be Initiated lu Triple I.luk Kebekah InIkh No. 10, I. O.O K. to ulKht. All uo'Uiliern are t'ordlally luvltwl. By order of the Noble (J rand. Mas. J. 1'. Lint., Sec. W. C. Leonard, the Railroad avenue clothier, who Imn tieen ipeiidliig the healed term at the New KiitfLnd re-tortn, returneil lust nliclit. Mm. Leonard aud t daughter will remaiu lu the eaat for aoiue time yet. I K Dorn and wife, of Hau Bernardino, j CaU came lu from the weat lant ulght j aud are registered at the Hotel illghlaud. P p; m pi riO N ID pi M m p ril Pair. welt Shoes in Lace and Con 1- ra P Pair. p" ! p p" pi P p 1 p Pair. room for otn now t35 FABER, Next to Citizen Office. Always Goods People Want Prices People Like and unmatched Values. Mail orders Filled Same Day Re ceived. m inn We have secured the entire stock of "THE WONDER," consist."!? of Dress Goods, Silks, Notions, Lace and Chenille Curtains, Ladies' and Children's Suoes, Men's, Hoys' and Children's Clothing and Hoots and Shoes. We bought the stock at our price amfwill sell it at your price. Call and buy merchandise at less than We Ment ion DRESS UOODS- 20 piecen niiiiiII I'lu-t-kn and I'luiiU, worth 20 ivulH a yard, only He. 12 pli-t'en of all WihiI III llllitittinen, only.. . t'hi'i'kn u 1 1 I 522e. (1 piei'iH all WihiI Seri'', nicedenir iihlc and xtylixh coiom, only. ...83c. The entire stock of tlirir lllai-k liii'-s (iiaals. cnllsistiiiK of t'liilllllere, lli'lll ii llit iiml Serpen, line initi-lly patti'i'iix, lit arliiul I'unt. SILKS ! SILKS ! ! Kui Kai'n per yard 25c, lilack Satin Hinliiiunri', TalTi-ta Kiguretl TuhVtii, worth up lu l.n ""! 05e. BLANKET SPECIAL. Wo bought nuuiKois irom John V. price, will soil them and prices. A. J. MA J " lK Staple and Fancy yj AtlUXT rou IIOUS3 HKLIS SIMUXfiS CREAM KItY HUTTER TI10 rainoim. 118 Railroad Ave. Albuquerque, N. M. l IUf'HK'HI. kstahlisukd ub o HOTEL. Wtuilt'Mle Liquors, Wines, Cigars, Tobaccos BAR SUPPLIES. (Jeneral Agents Tor W. J. Lemis St. Louis Heor KLKOANT ItETAIL Dtil'AKTMKNT OPEN J)AV AM) NI01IT. Outalde Ordera Promptly- Attended to. Price Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed. BAGHEGHI ropnotors, 107 ft f 09 Sonth First Stafsst. Albnqnerqne, N. M. A GOOD WATCH WILL HHP YOU! Cittrli your train, or kt'op hi t-i ii.-- 11 1; :i l:--ini'litM promptly aml.Klvti you ki ihtiiI kiiUm fiti'tion. Wi kocp ulwitys 011 Iminl the hi'-t tiiiii'k''i'ii'rH 11 1 ;n U iin.l riirtliiriiiorii know Iimw to n-piilr tlii'in wli.'it thov K't out of onlcr. It ha-i ln-i'it our life h,ni tnole ami liiixiiii'i.i,mii wo HMtiiri' you mitH factiuii ultvats T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler Watch Iruptclor, A, T. & S. F. R. R. If you lntnil to enjoy yoiirHtlf lu th mountain thin aiiiumtr, rHiiiriubtr tlta sulphur hot uprliitcH, iiphiIwI In valley otthejfmei iiioihiUIih. cannot lie mir panned for aciiKry. Kor partlculara write to W. L. Triiiidls & Co., thia city. I.adlwt' ltathnr bflts, worth ri)c, at Hc; balta worth BDc at 2()o each. KomtuwalJ BroH. G mi uu DRY GOODS COMPANY. wholesale value. a Few of the Articles Below. 10 pieren llllll-k lliflired Silk, lll t'lihling all the l,il,.-t weaten, an Kayderen, Moire, Vcluur, worth I. So per yard only 05c. LACK and C1IEMLLK GLUT A INS- e are ileteriulued not to put any of tin mi in slock Diet to pi at ioc on tlie dulliir. UKM N AN IS"! UKMN MS!! Volt will llud il lillle of cvciNtliliiif on our Iti'iniiatit Cable at remark ably low pru-c-i. rilwiTTKRY aTiTL i L'KS We liiaile three Intn nut of the entire stock of "'Che Wonder," M-llingiit ."jc, s1 .,(. uu,! C." ,c. Furwoll Co., Chicago, same way. Come in t-KR li ... jS- bll OWXHD GOODS. 7 a. oioMi. ; RCIAL HQ Denlera In Ik GIOMI, A DOCTOR'S VISIT is always followed by a doctor's prescription, and when you want to pet it tilled promptly, accurately and from the purest and freshest drug:, 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 the country, O'lr prew rlptlon c ounter alway. In charge of a gra liute of pliarmai y. J. H. 0'RIELLY & CO., DRUGGISTS. Think of It! Buying ladlcn' alilrt walsta at UK-; ladieM winif alaxva viU at 2c, cliilrlron a tan or lilack Htockiuira at :tlt!, only to ba lia l at the (ioldea Kule Dry tiixt U Ciiinpany. (tli, no! Yon are not looking; thin. All that you nw In a clan aliava. (io to llahu's barbnr ahop, N, T. Aruiljo bullil Intf, ami got the bent. D Agents For STASDARD PATTERNS The Most Reliable of All Patterns Made. Sure to Please. LlJ KEU.Y MAl'K SHEETS .e K- lieets at as.. Hue Sheets at 45e. 31 in.li 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 y Heller i Hie Iii'd Mu-lin, kihxI 34e. l i 4'jc, l'"'lit.v 5'ac. li I SI1GES! SHOES!! Cliilihen' ox -I.I, aal, : OIllV Shu ie l.la. In 2 k. tan iiml , were f i.ihi ii. lo "i, priii heel, wi re .'.."iO ....i 25 oiiU . entiro sample lino of at h oil' wholesale investigate our goods I .1