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THE ALBUQUEKQUE DAILY CITIZEN, TUESDAY EVENING, JUXB 00, 1903.
i n dtuislt deceived Just received direet from England some por celain china iu several patterns and will sell a 100-plece Mt at 814 peret Also have goods from the cheapest white to the finest hand painted Cut Glass and Glassware of All Kinds. NORTH FOURTH STREET POND THE FAIR J, W. MALETTE 216 W. RAILROAD AVE. 8 I STATEMENT CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. a rendered to Comptroller at close of business, June 9, 1903. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $1,133,241 07 Bonds, Stocks, Real Estate 48,754 91 Banking House and Furniture 39,000 00 United States Bonds $365,000 OO Cash and Exchange 889,690 90 1,254,690 90 $2,475,686 88 LIABILITIES Capital and Prifits 82M65 03 Circulation 199,950 00 Deposit. 2,049,271 85 $2,475,686 88 Is a Still Remains Full of Water and Menace to the ICty, The big Fourth street pond Is still with us and all because the Santa Fe officials have not answered to the re quest of the city authorities for per mission to go under the grade at the H!o Grande Woolen mills. City Engineer Ross says the boxes for the flumes ere ready and they are prepared to go to work on the secon dary ditch as soon as they get orders He says also that there Is no doubt but what the isllroad officials will con sent to this, as It ig Important to them that the flood water be drained off as It is to the city. The people are get t.ng anxious for this water to depart. Street Commissioner Tlerney will do It os quick as possible. It is thought that about two hours will be the time that It will take to drain It off when it get btarted. 0 "OLD RELIABLE" HIMHMMIMIIIIIHIIIIIWMIH ESTABLISHED 1878 L. B. PUTNEY, WHOLESALE GROCER. Carriaa th Large and riM Eitnlv Stock l StapleQrocerlei lopnd MathwMl, Flour, 0 rain and Provision!. $ a. Car lou a specialty . i FARH AND FREIGHT WA00N5. 4 X Railroad Avenue Albuquerque j GOLD'S OLD CURIOSITY SHOP FREE MUSEUM ESTABLISHED 1859 rlz. r : . i i ABE GOLD, Proprietor 311-C17 San Francisco 8treet, Corner Burro Alley, Santa Fe, N. M. Wholesale and Retail Dealer In INDIAN AND MEXICAN CURIOS The largest and best stock of Indian Baskets, Blankets, Pot tery, Etc., In the country. Mexican Drawn Work a Specialty. Don't fail to call and see us when In the city. SEND FOR CATALOGUE J. C. BALDRIDGE Native and Chicago Lumber. 8HERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT CoversBUILDINQ PAPER Always In Stoc Morel Looks Bestl Wears Longestl8ash, Doors, Blinds, Plaster, Llrrw Most Economical! Full Measurel Cement, Glass, Paint, etc. First Street and Lead Avenue, Albuquerque. oo O00-O0000 O0'-'0 ) Rm & Bm MALTHOID - ROOFING NEEDS NO PAINTING. 6 Put Up In Rolls Complete With rixtures lor Laying. Dura- T bllltv Guaranteed Write lor Booklet an Samples J. C. BALDRlDGL, Albuquerque, New Mexico That Burro Race. Jockey Chappie Miller, who Is to ride the llarbers" burro in the union race on July 4, says he Is confident that he will win the honors by several lengths. He says Nell (that's the ani mal's name) Is In fine condition and cMs on betting Is drawing to a close, and by the Fourth it will be hard to get l: even bet, as Nell is a favorite at -sent. Crone and Hopkins, the puller .1 pusher, are taking training lessons la foot racing, so they may be able to f::ish with the rider. A let placed on Kill Is a safe one. The burro to be used by the Barbers Is the one which the Typographical union had picked out, tfut as soon as they became aware of the fact that the Barliers had secured her the print ers immediately sent to Santa Fe for the burro which has won every race In which It has ever entered. Colonel H. Longfellow Dunning still insists that he will ride the winner. Later. It is rumored that a commit tee from the Barbers' union is at Lamy Junction laying in wait for the famous racing animal from the Ancient city with instructions to dope him or in some other manner incapacitate him for the race. BOWLING PARTY Makes the Pins Fall Last Evening on Sunnyside Inn Bowling Alleys. Over in old town last evening at the Sunnyside Inn bowling alleys there was a Jolly crowd of bowlers, who had a good time even if they didn't break any records. Those who enjoyed the evening were Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Kent, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Grunsfeld, Judge and,' Mrs. B. S. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Ira M. Bennett, Mrs. Albert Grunsfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Grunsfeld, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Medler, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Neu Btaot. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dobson, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Gunsul and Mr. Loiiig Ilield. PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS. HONEY TO LOAN On Furniture, Pianoa. urgans, Horses Wagons and other Chattels, .also on Salaries. FROM $10 UPWARDS. One to twelve months time is given. Wkjout delay and strictly private. Goods remain in your possession. GET OUR RATES before borrowing. PRIVATE OFFICES, OPEN EVENINGS. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO., Rooms 3 and 4 Grant Bulging, 305 West Railroad Avenue. CLASSIFIED ADS. Not All c.asslfled advertisement or rather "liners." one cent a word for each insertion. Minimum charge for any classified advertisements, lb cents to order to insure proper claasificatior all "liners" should be left at thir cf flee not lAter than 3 o'clock p. n. LOST. LOST Small sorrel pony; brand S. G. on left hip, S on shoulder. Re turn to brick adobe opposite Huning Castle and receive reward. Park Trees. The first trees in the city park were planted in 1881 by Santiago Hubbell, Judge L. S. Trimble, R. C. Vose and I Charles Zeiger. The city was incor porated in 1885, and held an arbor day in the spring of I88f, when all of the j present trees In the park were plant-' ed. I WANTED. WANTED A cook for Indian school club. Answer Immediately.' WANTED A Rood girl for genera! housework, lid South Walter street WANTED A good boy,, about 15 years old. can secure a Job by ad dressing C. c, this office. WANTED To Luy second-hand goods, highest price paid; also new and second-hand goods for sale. Call on Frank Fulmcr, No. 323 South Sec ond street. WANTED To correspond with par ties who own or can locate bat caves. Address Y. M. Milan, gen eral delivery, El Paso, Tex. WANTEu Few experienced coal Jig gers at the Carthage coal mines. Ad dress A. H. Hilton, San Antonio, N. M. WANTED Fifty girls for steady em ployment at Rio Grande Woolen mills. WANTED Several hundred pounds of lead pipe. See The Citizen. WANTED Local and traveling agents to represent the Indiana State Life. Address L. W. Galles, Albuquerque, N. M, WANTED Highest price paid for gents' second band clothing and tools. Send address and will call. R. Sweeny, 615 South First street. MANAGER WANTED Trustworthy lady or gentleman to manage busi ness in this county and adjoining territory for well and favorably known house of solid financial stand ing; 120.00 straight cash salary and expenses, paid each Monday by check direct from headquarters. Ex pense money advanced; position permanent. Address Thomas Coop er, Manager, 1030 Caxton Bldg., Chi cago. , I f -? -RE-T' FOR RENT Nicely furnished room at 634 South Broadway. Mrs. Chaw. Chadwlck. FOR RENT Nicelyfurnlshed rooms, close in; cheap, 309 and 309 West Railroad avenue. FOR RENT From May 1 to Sept 1, the Highland Hotel will rent rooms at $10.00 per month and up. The Greatest of all Spectacular Exhibitions The Battle i of San Juan FOR SALE. SEVERAL TAXPAYERS. Appeared Before County Commission ers Yesterday Afternoon. The Bernalillo county loard of com missioners met at the court house yes terday afternoon and several parties appeared in regard to their Increases in assessment returns made by Assess or George F. Albright. In most of the cases the Increase was allowed to stand. More Increases are to be made and this time a number of sheep men are on the list. FOR SALE Entire household furni ture, consisting of range, stove, car- I pets, iron beds, couch, tables, sewing . machine, chairs, dishes, etc. Call at j once at 613 North Eighth Btreet. I FOR SALE At a bargain, well pay I lng mercantile business, about $1, j 200 required. Reason for selling ill health. Address, P. O. Box 69. i FOR SALE Several hundred pounds I of old papers, good for wrapping pur pones, cheap. Address. The Citl ! ten, AlbuQuerque. N. M. PERSONAL. Arthur Heyn, bookkeeper for J. A. lA'e, the lumiicr merchant, was a pas senger for Howe this morning. WOULD YOU MARRY IF SUITIOIJ? If so, send for best Matrimonial Pa per published. Mailed FREE. J. G. Gunnels. Toledo, Ohio. Notice. The Rico cafe will only run two meals a day during the hot season, commencing July 1, 1903. TTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTXXTTTTTXX IXXXXXXXXXXXXT HAVL YOU SEEN THElNEW OLIVER TYPEWITER, THE STANDARD VISIBLE WRITER. IF INTER ESTED IN ANY WAY IN THE BEST WORK FROM THE BEST MACHINE, A POSTAL CARD WITH YOoR ADDESS WILL BE THOROUGHLY APPRECIATED. ADDRESS, M. J. YO RAN Albuquerque, - - - New Mexico CXXXXXXXXXXXXZXXl MANUEL R. OTERO & SONS, DEALEIW IN ALL KINDS OF- ...producp:... HAY, tilt A IN AND FKEI). Autcmatlc 'Phone 5O7 Corner Stover Avenue and Second Street. ALBUQUERQUE, .- . NEW flEXICO A BOON TO INVALIDS! J The Sanitary Alumi I num SPIT CUP Light, Handsome, Easily Cleaned Also a Fine Line of ... POCKET SPIT CUPS AND FILLERS ... in Quantity i J. H O'RIELLY & CO., COR. SECOND ST. A. GOLD AVE. 1 OLD'fHONktaa HKW 'RHONh. tlO Reproduced in F.very De tail on the Night of July Fourth at the Fair Grounds as a part of the The Attack on the Block House; the Retreat, and the Explosion carried out by men who fought in the famous battle. Followed by a STUPENDOUS EXHIBITION OK FIREWORKS OK THE GOOD OLD-FASHIONED KIND Vt l lt In the afternoon there will be Base Ball, Horse Races, Foot Races, Obsta cle Races, A Ring Tourna ment such as our forefathers played and a BURRO RACK with 20 entries, 60 me and 1000 rooters the uniom men of Albuquerque. Something Doing every miDute Irom Noon 'Till Late at Night .Albert Falber. 305 RAILROAD AVENUE, GRANT BUILDING Headquarter for Carpeta, Linoleum, Matting, Curtains, Blanket and Hou Furnlahlng Good. UNDER GOOD SELLING HEADWAY CENTRAL LABOR UNION'S Mammoth... Celebration is every portion of this ntoek. The public ia qiiiek to appreciate our reasonable prices. The modern meth ods that rule the selling here, and the splendid styles shown for the seawm have captured the fancy-have Kiven a strong impetus to the selling. It's this combination of newn sm and economical prices ' that particularly appeals to thought ful buyers, and the banis upon which your paironaire Is solicited here. These Show the Drift ...of Prices... Ingrain carrets from J5C per yard up Brussels Carpets Irom f,Oc per yard up Matting from 15o per yard up ' -.Wliiumi I .v-n-- raifKllli ting 4! hv an m3Qoevmomoejomoc9)0jCoe ZEIGER CAFE QUIOKEL & BOTHE, Proprietor. BAR AND CJLUB ROOMS INF6T WHISKIES. IMPORTED A DOMESTIC WtH,t COGNAC rh ;oolet and Highest Grade' of Lager aervM. Finest and Beit Imported a id Oomeetio Cl.art FURNITURE - CROCKERY DUPLEX and SANITARY MATTRESSES CAMPING OUTFITS NEW AND SECOND HAND Borradaile & Co., 117 o-id Avenue I 15 at the fair grounds at I o'clock on the Fourth of Ju'.y the fun starts then. It will not stop until the night of the Fifth.? ADMISSION Adults 2 S cents Children 10 cents Children under six years FREE. AND BRING THE BABIES FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. U S DEPOSITORY, Depository for the a ita Fe Pacific and the Atchison, ToJ peka and Santa Fe Railway Companies. Authorized Capital $50O,0O0.00 Paid up Capital, Surplus and profits $200, 000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: Joshua S Raynnlds, president; M. W. Flournoy, vice presi dent; Frank McKee, cashier; H. F. Raynolds, - A 'B. McMillan. ItttMWtV ea3 gamrma-f gutifBr YOUR SPRING SHIRTS I Plain Whit e Fancy St.lped Manhattan Shirts Ear. & Wilson Pure Linen Shlits BALBRIGGAN UNDERWEAR St.OO to S2.SO a suit Pajamas at all prices Fancy Hose In all styles BATHING SUITS for MEN AND BOYS Sweet-Or r Pants and Overalls Nelson S3.SO Shoes The Leading Clothier In New Mexico