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liJt MA UiY CITIZEN
ALMyCEKQlK, JAM'AKY 1. Ihwh
ED. ItOliTillHl fc U)
Staple ami Fancy Groceries
A flu Stock of th beat flrooerlea.
Agent for Chase & Sanborn's
Famous Teas and Coffees.
114 V. Bsilrcal f .. iltuqnerqiift, H. I.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Pianos, find -clam Pnrnttrir, !,
with -nit rOKirl. Aim no IMamonrts,
watch, Jewelry, LU Irnnranc
rpiiptM, Tnvt wrtu, or any good
aaourlty. Terms vary moderate.
r0 Moat!) 8oond Street, Alba
qtierqnft. New Mexlcn. ni to
Western Union Telrph Otllfo.
J. U. Gideon &. Co.
Ill N. First St., Albcqacrqce.
B. A. SLEYSTEK,
BOOMS II & 14, CROMWELL BLOCK.
207 Railroad Ave.,
K. T. ABMIJO Bl'ILDIXQ.
CALL AT THE
Low Tries tad Courttoua Trutiucnt.
E. H. DUNBAR,
UauM I entrd. Rent Collected.
Loma Nrf otiaied.
Ola, Oala lt,D.r Third Btraat,
Kor 10 tfnt dime.
Hv your htrt luuadilvd
And bum on time.
At tt Albvquerqu Steam U in dry,
Cmr Cl mw. ud Svcoad
JAY A. HUBBS, Proprietor,
107 I Bouts flrat Miwl,
Albuquciiiiie, N. M.
Board and Lodglnc .......... per Week
tiuod meal, and Aret-claaa accommo
dation. ID every particular.
Are oa Exhibition at-
Tbc fl. Id for selection Is wide
ad tlie prices tie loweet.
113 sTFlrst St.
Albuquerque Fish Market...
Kriwb Flh, Outers, lxbstr.
Crab. Bin Imps, etc Baltimore
Oyster, fresh every day la bulk
and can. Headquarter for
Uroanrd Poultry. Wall Orders
receive prompt attention.
304 and 201 Soati Stccad Street.
ALBOQDEBQOf CADDY RD CIC1B BTOBE.
Ma. 14 Hallroa.1 A ..
TnA Caadks, Fruia tad Nuts of all Undk
Milliard's BJ. boc tad CbocaUtr
Imported tad Doruatk
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco.,
.... Frcah totk ....
A Ooaialata 1.1b f atalloaarr Oaeita.
Mrs. M."'a. lAU w.
Wholesale and Retail.
Mall Order Solicited.
J.II.O'JIIELLY & CO.,
tUUliLAMO Lately Made Dal.
aarmal. Slae aaaapla Rasaa.
Bafor baying any Iwatlna atorce ei
amine the evletiraud Knut Uak. It
kwpa fire aa long aa any baa burner
ana ourna any aina 01 luei. Bold vj
lMnaUoe Hardware Co.
Pintur traoiM. H hltuy Co.
Btove repair for any store made.
Krenlof f love, all aUadw, joat In, at
Call for pantturlaed milk and eream
at tit KUh Market.
For Rant Two roonm, all ready for
bouarktiilug, at Mr. Kutberford a, No.
11 U Iron avenue, alao on tilovly fur
BbUfd room, elirap.
(.J. Cae aud A. C. Struck bar eorn
Itlxtad the lf Trlopuetit work on Hlmon
mtu' fi uilulug claim In North Can
joa au4 are now la thl city.
Alewr. Cly & Arailjo bav rrcelrtd
Cbalr annyal ahlftut nt X Hojal lumir
large daak blotter and calendar
for Ui dvw ffar. all patrrna or lutond
lag patron of the firm ar lurltad to
all and copply tutmaelve.
JId. Flvicher, a young attorney fioru
ITUut, allelic aud a niptw of K. A.
Propptr, La arrived to inu& tu boll'
Uy with bla Albuquerqu il(lvr. It
wa Utougbt for aw bile yvatenlay that b
are th g ntlutuaQ thtil Kl Proppr bad
(uducted luW th wUrl of Bio Giaud
alley climate, tut It was a mistake; the
gentleman who took ths drlr with Mr.
Propper and rams ont with a badly dis
figured anatomy 1 named LI ijd. Hs l
reported rating easy to-day, and has
given It oat cold and solid that hs will
always remember his experience In Al
buquerque. His several rar loads of
ratlin will go north without him.
Ths Mien bsnd, awMM by niemlxrs
ol Ihs Kirwt KglmFiit band, paradrd thr
strsats shortly bsfors noon to-dar, dis-
'cnlng strains of swsst munis. Trim
bin's JnmbL" to whlrh wss hltrhsrt
(our Milning hnn'-s, rarrli-d ths band
through ihs city, hi I Billy Trlmblo, whr
gsinlK'Imi ou ths Kfvti down In "Jark
st.u's ruictia"ot Old Ki-ctnck loin
yearn ago and rad l.i iu Kaiou's portrt
to the prstty, daik-ryvd midiiis of thai
irlirnlar ' to" ot that stat handled
His Hops ovsr ths backs ot ths tou
(irnnrlng black horn. A mnrry Nr
iVar to ths illles and ths Trimbles.
Ths gifted foot ball player at O.
Strong's bair home, celebrated th
N'W Year thia morning by appearing ai
Inn lather's ntoie on eiutches. Ihin. J
lUnklo, a popular school truxtee, wim Ii
ronvereation with Bcbool Trustss Htrou
w lieu the reporUr ealletl, and also whei
ths youug man ou crutches put In an sp
paaranrs. It la nUted that ths lattel
will soon prepare for publication an ar
lids on "Koot Ball as an Art, Its Trial,
and Fleanuren," to be read at ths nei
meeting of ths Territorial Teachers' a
1L Bonem. a popular San Mareiai
clothier and dry gKit merchant, eanii
in from ths south laet night aud made i
pleewnt call at this olllce this mornint
Mr. Bonem stated that ths town of hat
Marelal went through a slegs from a null
pot, which, however, had been scniewhat
exaggerated by certain newspapers, tin
pant few weeks, bat that now ths dlseaM
had been almont eradicated and that ni
further trouble should be entertained.
Mr. Bonem will return to Ban Marcia)
To-morrow afternoon at 8 o'clock tin
Orchestrion hall over In old town will If
in a blaie of glory, aud the profnneon
In Charge have been particularly In
strnrted by Manager Trimble to put theli
beat efforts forward, so that ths public
can be arcummodated to soma ot tbi
grandest holiday musie ever published.
Again, President Cromwell, of New York.
Is here, and, ot courae, ths professors In
charge ot ths big musical lnstramenl
will put on extra touches. Remember,
that these eonoerts are free.
Henry Lockhart and others, of this city,
who are Interested In the Crown Point
group ot mines in the Cochltl district,
yesterday gave a lease and bond upon
ths mines to Uenry Posey aud ths party
ot Boston capitalists who recently pur
chased ths Albemarle group ot mines tu
ths Cochltl district.
Ths university and public schools the
poplin having had a splendid vacation
will re-open on Monday, January 3, aud
tbons In charge bops for a large attend
ance on ths Unit day.
Wm. Chaplin, ths pushing shoe dealer
oa Bail road avenue, has placed a very
conspicuous sign over his place ot busi
Ninety-nine cents buy a flannelette
wrapper, colors oil boiled; regular price,
tl.26. Bee them at Ths Koonomlst.
Don't forget that Newcomer has ths
Onsst 11ns of diaries in ths elty.
Ics wool shawls. In black and cream
color, at Ths Koonomlst.
Ths bill collectors will be aronnd on
Chinese and Japanese matting. Whit
Holtdty lamps. Douahos Hardware Co.
Room moulding. Whitney Co.
A hot thing Cerrlllos eoal.
Here are Just a Few of the Many
Our Removal Sale I
Ladies' French Kid Hand Turned Shoes :.HTt
Ladies' Genuine Hand Welt, a Regular $5 Shoe, for 'i.'Hi
A Big Line of Velvet and Quilted Slippers, Sold for $1.75 and $2 Removal Price H5
Big Lot of School Shoes at Away Down Prices for Cash
Goods People Want
Prices People Like
Mall order filled day relTd.
r",ss"MMl A. WISE LOSS.
An event that will
stir our trading pub
lic from its center to
lc n I Knii ri faionrQ
A Uljf Week for Notion
Big lot of Buttoiin, all kinds, beadoa.
Hoie Bupportara, white and black, for
ladlt', nilaae sad children, 7c pair.
Blocking Arm Shields, all site, 7c.
Evrr HutAj Urea Blays, e mt, all
Hook and Eye, white or black, 6c
Uarter Elastic silk frilled, 7e yard.
Cotton Tape, lc roll
Flu, Ic parkax.
Tooth Brush, be acb.
Curling Iron, all aite, Be each.
Kiuishiug Hi aid, 3c a piece.
Urcaa Trlmmluga, at H prnvt.
Corset Claap. be pair.
HtJ-iucb V batabou, worth 10c, br
That Ends Well.
This has been a good year with us. Our aim has btn to make
it an tqually god one for our many patrons, by always giving them
the very best goods for the very least money. We wish to thank
you for your valued patronage, and aa actions speak louder than
words, we will inaugurate SATURDAY, DECKMBfcR 18, and
contiouc until the end of this month, the grandest ISargain Sale ever
nelri in this city. By this wc give everyone a good chance to get
iome useful and beautiful Christmas presents at a comparatively
We hold thia sale to "kill two birds with one store" to give
th- public some unapproachable values, and to reduce our winter
itock before inventory time.
We want the year 1897 to be a remembered one in the city's
mercantile history this sale to be its leading event.
Ladle' Capea and Jackets-
A nt II have an Immense ntock of thee
good on bsnd. He don't want to keep
me over. Tl ere In only onn way to gain
thin end-Cut the I'riee. e're il ilng
this with vim Capen w rtb 12, now $1 25;
rapen worth ", now :).&; rape worth
now Jarketn worth $i now
W Ut; j irkets Worth H, uow $0; jackefn
nrtli flu, n .w H.i0. We are not giving
tlctliinnl values nn thee goods, but price
it wMi h they sold.
Ladle' Kid Clovea-We have
een selling t em for tl. 25 to Introduce
h'iu. Thiy are splendid ft.M) value,
four money back It they burst. During
hi' sals at f 1 per pair.
Underwear Kor ths whole fsuii
v, ! per cent off our regnlsr prices
i'heae regular prices niunt have been war
11. wn, judging by the underwear we sold,
mil the public's verdii t of same This
ringsour $1.60 garments toll. 20; our
l.'it garments to $1; our 87 l-2c gar
uents to 7ic; our 7."ki garmnuts tonoc:
ur c gar mer. ti to 2lo. Aud others at
Ladies' Belts, Pocket Books, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs at equally re
duced prices. White Hemstitched and Scalloped Handkerchiefs at 3 for 25c
THB CITT IN BRIEF.
Personal sod Gcaeral rsrapapbs Picked
Dp Bert sod Taerc.
Q. M. McOllan, of ludianapnlls. lud.,
s at the Highland.
Itrs. Prank Bowden was called to Law
rence, Kansas, ou account of ths sersous
linens other mother.
Don't fall to go to "Rooney's Reetanr
ant" to-night and thereby put In two
hours of solid fun and enjoyment.
Robert W. Harris, ot Winslow, cams In
from ths west laet night, aud has his
name on Sturges' Kuropean reginter.
Kdwln D. Powell, a pleaeant young
gentleman from Peoria, III., came In
from the north yesterday, and will prob
ably remain In ths city.
Ths Bring ot a large number of guns
at IS o'clock laet night bads farewell to
tho old year and at ths same time gave
a noisy welcome to ths nsw.
Dr. William D. Radcllffe, the popular
physician of Releu, came In from the
south last nlgbt, aiid bss his slgnaturs
on the register at Sturges' Kuropean.
0. K. Billings, ot Cerrlllos, N. M., where
he was formerly iu business, Is spending
the New Year In the metropolis, and baa
his nsms on ths register at ths High
land. Col. Walter 0. Marruon and daughters,
Mlssea Kllaa 8, Bells aud Alice, cams In
from Laguna last night and registered
at Sturges' Kuropeau. Ths yonng ladles
had been enjoying their Christmas at
their Laguna home.
Capt. John P. Fullnrton, president ot
the A. J. P. cattle ranch at Patterson's, In
Socorro county, came In from ths south
last night to enjoy the New Year holidays
Is often a proof of good business judgment. We consider it wise just at this season to offer you the pick and choose of every dollar's worth of surplus stock in this store without regardto
former value, and with little regard for cost. Our reason for taking this loss is plain. Our inventory is close at hand; the stock is too heavy; it must be reduced. Hundreds of items here that you
can use to good advantage, if the price reductions are great enough.
That's the object of thia sale. Every stock has been carefully overhauled. Every price reduced on the lots to be disposed of to such a low figure that our buying public will throng the store
during the entire week of the sale. Every price quotation is a cold fact. Every item advertised is just as represented. Every person in this community and surrounding districts should buy and buy
liberaly; such a trading chance will not soon occur again. This great sale will last just one week. That will be long enough to reduce the stock to its proper limit and quite as long as wi care to do
business at so great a loss. The history of all sales is that the best things go first.
Monday Morning, December 27th
and ends when the doors close on the following Saturday night,
during that time.
llere'M u Cornet Chuitce. l
All odd Hues, broken aaaortuieuUi of
all or color, no mailer how staple, have
been weeded from the stock, stacked upon
th counter lu lot and reduced to priiw
that will move them lu a Jiffy. It your
alia or style of eoraal 1 among them then
you're la lurk.
All goat fJo each, worth up to l 60
At mill price, but It' only for a week,
and wa'v aet out to glv our buying pub
lic a beueal that they'll talk about. W
ar going to ell cotton, thtrtlugs, heel
ing, outing llauneU, towels, craane,
etc., etc.. at uch price that you can
weii afford to repleuub your bom outfit
tor moutlt to ooui.
Good Bleached aud Unbleached lluslln,
be; Hhlrtiuga, e per yard.
ttheelliigx, to ituc
Outlug Klauoel. be to bHe.
Towel from be upward.
Cisauet from So upward.
Dreat Sk'rts Cut right, lined
right, sewed right, suit bought rixht
All Ihene qii'ilitlen Couildlie lo nuke It
an esny mutter for in to nell litem right,
at all tiiucH, and sometime to make
people wonder how we ran sell them no
cheap. Thin Into be one of tliene time.
Keiiiemher, this In not a money-making
M'heme, but a cloning out affair. Iillen'
nkirta worth now tl Ifi; ladlen' nkirts
worth 12. oil, now SUUi; laillen' nklrtn
worth 1X25, now J.2i; ludiej' nklrtn
worth t'.50, now I'l.Tu.
Ijulien' woolen and silk walnts at prices
that will clone them out for w.
Dress Good There is nothing
more appropriate or acceptable for a
( lirlnttiiHM Gift than a nice drew pntt' rn.
He have a llinltlem anenrtment of tliee
gKnls at a mint VHrlod rangn of pricen.
Drew goods worth 25c, now 17', c; drenn
giiodn worlu ux. now 3:ic; novelty giHNln
worth "be. now 47c; all wool laillen' cloth,
'il In. wide, w. rill u.'ic, now 30c; dreee
tiatterns worth 7, now 11.25; drent pat
tm wonh el, now r.7i; drew, putu-rne
worth tl2. now 7.25. Many more ei)uully
good values t-m numerous t'i mention.
ith his friend, Brook Douthlrt, whom
bs entertained on ths ranch last summer.
Ths csptain Is a genial gentleman, a
thorough, liberal westerner, and Till
Citizkn la pleased to welcome blm
among the many New Year vinttArs.
Mrs. B. 1. Rosi, the estimable wife of
Engineer Rons, writes back thit on Inr
ar.ival at Toledo, 0, ehe found ber
brother considerably better, after a very
serious Illness, and that. If hs continues
to Improve, she will return to this city In
a very short time. Mr. Ross Is also
taking a lay-off, nnd has recently visited
the Hell canyon mining district.
John Drfhl, the manuger ot the flats
City i'ortralt eonipuny, of Kansns City,
and K. I.. Hugiun, who travxln for the
same company, arrived from Kl I'aso last
ulght aud are spending New Year In this
The board of county commissioners
will nn-et In regular session next Mon
day, and cIom up the business ot the
Hon. Ktquipelo Romero, of Naclmleuto,
Is In the city enjoying the New Year.
Htalal at the llu.y Store.
Quart bottle pickled onions 20r
Cucumber catsup, per hot I Is ioc
Broiled oiackeral lu mustard sauce,
per can 10c
Cabbage, per pound Ic
Kreeli horse rnddish. per bottle lUc
California canned peaches 0c
California canned pears I'
California canned apricots toe
pound Van Houten cocoa 4"c
I pound Van Uouten's CuCoa 72c
1 pound Dunham's cocoanut 2."c
2 cans salmon 2oc
8 pounds mixed candy 2Ac
Chill naui-e, per bottle loc
KM. Kikkb, Prop.
The Big Annual Inventory Sale !
The lllunketM, the lteU
Hitreud, the Comfort h
All have been stripped of their legiti
mate protlU aud turued louse to swell the
Due-third off Koruier Prices.
A bl( lot of aborl lanalb Tabl. llauiaaka,
l.uglh. I ruin yard, to yard., all (railr.,
niaaohad aa I obl.actixl, ihaaa al Mia
rrau 5c to SAc pr yanl.
To Clean up Cloaks
Many of yon have waited for this great
ale; you hav not waited iu valu. lli
cloak must go. It Imi't a qiieitlnu of
lone, that's not oouslduieil. Btylinh, up
to-Ute garmeuts were uever sold at such
sacrifice before lu this Nentiou,
All Cloaks aud Capea the r'rlce Is cut
la two. All go at ou-bal( former price
True to our well m1u1
1Ih1im1 -custom nvr to
carry over good Trout one
NeiiNoii to another, ne will
nturt in next week to dome
out all of our Winter Joori
at prices) never lielore. ap
proaelied. Wait for announcement
in next Inhiio of tlil paper.
The llll Ave. Clothier
-w-1 HL V 1 D WARE
Tinware, Woodenware, Pumps.
Plumbers' Supplies, Cutlery, Lamps.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
Donahoe Hardware Co,
120 Gold Avenue.
X. 'XJXJT, HjESTJeriU-, IVIanagor.
E. J. POST k CO.,
Stoves! Stoves! Stoves!
Agents f jr ani Carry a Large Stock of
STUOEBAKER WA30NS, SAVAGE RIFLES,
WINCHESTER RIFLES, FAIRBANKS' SCALES,
COLT'S REVOLVERS, BUCKEYE MOWERS.
Repalra Furniahed for All Kinds of Stovea.
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
IIOSITIVKLY the finest aartmint that wai rver fllnpUvel In the Went, and
thntiH h yim ciptt l ti m e titMiku i heap. am aure that you will In? aururiaed tu
ee Uow many a few dollar will buy. Alau an e&ceUent ne let turn of
DOLLS abo.il which everyone remark.! WHY, HOW CHEAP
A Rei Line In ths Latest STylcs la Stationery.
BOOKS, STATION FRY ANO NEWS DEPOT.
SIS Railroad Avenue.
The liluck (loodtt
Must go along with the reet. Staple
as wli"at; g ani as godl, but that wou't
save tlieiu from eacrillce We said tint
this sale elnmld reach every corner of the
ni. ire and w meant It, every w ird.
All prollts rut off. TO we black Dress
(iikHU at actual cost.
The Influence of the (treat
Sweeps through the tuxn's furnishing
stock. Our uiu folks oau well allord to
"stock up" at these prices.
Men's Seamlesa 8o at 53 per pair.
Men's heamlees 8ox, Tan, Black and
Gray, 10c per pair.
Meu's Morkinii Khlrts at 25o and Hoc.
Msu' Good Neglige Hhtrls at 5(H) ami
Meu's Natural Wool Underwear, which
w.te cousidered a bargaiu at bOc to Ooo,
Aud all kinds of wush stuffs. There'll
be some good-natured elbowing to get at
these lots. Trices talk here stronger
All our Beet Grades of l'rluts at 4c per
Giughaius at H',e per yard.
.Shirtings at 4c per yard.
t'beviots at be per yardaud upwards.
Odd Lots of Lace Curtains
Portlera and Window
Cse tlieiu. There's u t a home (u this j
iMiniuuuity but cm use ous or the other 1
of theiu at these prices. I
Wiuliw Shade, p'lirlng Rollers and.
Opaque complete tjctiw, at J ic.
l,u m Curtsiiis from 4oc a p.iir upward.
Poitiers from 1.7o upwards. I
A. J. M ALOY,
Staple and Fancy Groccfies!
KONg TO KQDAL.
118 Kailroal Ave.,
Shelf and Heavy
niture, Carpets and Crockery,
Glassware and Lamps.
Iron Pipes and Fittings.
Largest Stock of Brass
Goods in New Mexico.
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Have You Seen the New Local
of BACHECHI & GIOMI?
SituUed .it 107 ami 10) Smith First Street
N -Why they hiva juU recoiveJ a car load of
Whisky, both Domestic and imported, which for
age and flivor nin )t b surpassed by any liquor
establishment in the country. Call or write and
get prices and you will be convinced that no other
house eti ornpite with ui in price, as we are the
only firm in the southwest who buy in car load lots
for spot cash. We also are general agents for W.
J. Lima's St. Lvrs liottled beer.
10 and 109 South First Street
TOXiapizoNEi no. Baa.
Every advertised price will hold good
To Close Out the Winter
Every Item of meu's, women's and chil
dren's warm winter underwear will tie
offered at prices to crowd the section with
eager buyers during the entire week of
One-fourth off Korrar Price.
That Dress Ooo U Stock
Is top heavy. We've g nu carei'ully
llroiuh it and rut pricet right aud left.
There'll In so us eurity dress goods 111 -
tures In this store a week Ihucs.
Colored Uress Stuffs, former pries 3o to
15e per yr I, uow 2?e.
Another lot of Novelty GoU, former
price from 51 t l "oe pr yard, now 3'.ic.
X lliiutkerchief Hustle.
Several big l ts th it were used lu the
Christmis deeoratlous will be sold.
Nothing wrong with them but the pelce
and dust. 5n burs any of the lot.
10c buys Initial Silk lUudkerchlefs.
JR. XJf -
Albuquerqne, N. "f.
Retail Dealera In
BACHECHI & GIOMI.
a Sole Agents For a
g HTAJwn.rir xAvrnmfjB. 9
g The Most Reliable of All Patterns jj
I Made. Sure to Please. g
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A Silk Slide.
Bunched into lots are many ot these
beauties, snuie at one-half, some at two
thirds early season's prices. Bilks for
waixts, silks for gowns, silks for any pur
pose, aud priced ou a par with ordinary
81 Us at 2:ic, c, 3;c, 4lc, 115c, 77c and
H'.-c por yard. Who cannot afford a silk
drees, waist or ekirt at these prices?
The Hosiery ltcductlous.
We epare uoihing, uo matter how sta
ple. It's carnival time for dry goods
buyers lu this store just now and we waut
your dollars to go further tliau they ever
Ths test the Ladles' Hose at I'.io.
Wool Hoe for Ladles, Misses aud Chil
dren at lt Kormer Trice.