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Staple and Fancy Groceries
A One Stock of the best Groceries,
Agents (or Chase & Sanborn'
Famous Teas anil Coffees.
114 1. Railroad 4t., &lbaqnerqna,I. I,
On FUnm, flint -claw Knrnltnre, et.
wlthnnt removal. Aloonu In union as
Hatches, J"welry, Life 1 Dsn ranee
Follclea, Trnrt Deeds, or any good
secant;. Terms very moderate
20 Mouth Second Street, Alba
oiKtrqiis, New Mexico. nit to
Western I'nina Telegraph Otllce.
Ill N. First St., Albnqoerqne.
B. A. SLEYSTEK,
IHE bssbb MAN
BOOMS IS & 14. CROMWELL BLOCK.
207 Railroad Ave.
N. T. ARMIJO BllLDlSG.
CALL AT THE
Low Prfcs and Court coua Treat uitnt.
E. H. ilUHBAR,
Houses Krntrd. Rents Collected.
OfflM,lll Oold At.. Cor Third trt.
Iik 10 cento a dlmr.
Have your .lilrt Uuudried
And home on lime.
At tbc Albuquerque Stesm Laundry,
Corner Coal . Bod Maraud St.
JAY A. DUBBS, Proprietor,
his new quarters the west room of the
new building n or about the let of
February. The galvanized Iron cornice
work tu placed lu position yesterday.
The misunderstanding beteen the
city authorities and tha architect and
contractor for ths new building on tbe
corner of Thirl street and llailroad ave
nue Is settled. Architect Crlety was seen
this morning ami he stated that he had
seen Mayor Auhrlgiit this morning and
that the major told him that the expla
nation of Contractor Strong was en
tirely satisfactory and the; might pro
ceed with the work.
The Silver ( It j Independent rays: Our
old friend, W. A. t'ssnuan, ami his eeti-
niahle wife are nor living at 6oi north
Secol.il street, Altiiiierque, X. M. Mr.
CVsman has moveil his headiiartrs as
chief deputy 1'ulted States marshal from
Santa Ke to the latter city.
One more chance to secure a Orst-riaH
saddle, valued at f JO. For every :i
worth of goods purchased at K. K. Staf
fers, 114 Copper avenue, you will he pre
ented with a ticket. Now is your chance.
Merchants Police Ktnery today re
plevlned the restaurant utensils In
Sonant) Bros, restaurant In old town tor
YV. V. Kutrelle. The ease will be heard
More Justice Kibble January VI
Mrs. J. K. Matthew, wife of the poptl
lar dairyman a tew miles north of th
city, and her iieli-e.Miss Wllley, rams In
town last night and (topped at the II lull
Hon. M. 8. Otero, president of the
Hank of Commerce, was a passenger for
Wallop last night. Ms is also president
of the Caledonian Coal Company lit
II. II. Warke.itlo, formerly In the
grocery business, world like now to see
his many friends at Vellnl & Kaklu's.
where he has accepted a position.
The Crescent Coal company Is supply
ing the government Indian school In thin
city with ten car loads of coal to day
under government contract.
A Orst-class, high priced saddle to be
given away by K. K. 8l (Tel, at 114 Cop
per avenue, 1'urchase 3 worth of goods
and secure a ticket.
The remains ot Pablo Montana will le
shipped by Undertaker Htrong to Btlen
to-night, where the relatives ot the de
Mii"' . cents buy IWnnel"tte
wrapp., " ' 'I boiled; regular price,
1.26. See them at The Kconomlst.
The lailles of the Children's Hume board
will hold the regular monthly meeting
to morrow afternoon at 8 p. m.
l)r. Mahaffey vaccinated 150 pupils at
the government Indian school yesterday
and to day.
Just think ot It! Beautiful fur boas
and mulls at halt New York cost, at the
Don't forget that Newcomer has the
Qneet line ot diaries In the city.
Odds and ends In every department at
halt price at Ilfeld Bros.
Children's fur sets at 75 cents, at the
Chiuese and Japanese matting. Whit
Holiday lamps. Donahoe Hardware Co.
Room moulding. Whitney Co.
l'lumblug. Whitney Co.
A hot thing Cerrlllos coal.
FOR ONE WEEK LONGER I
Until Saturday, Jan, I Inclusive
Ladle' Capes and Jackets i
We still have an immense slock of these
gmsls on hand. We don't want to keep
one over, lliere la only one way to galu
this end Cut the Pi Ice. We'ie d do if
this with vim. Capea worth f'2. now ft 20;
capes worth ', new IX&o; capes worth
, now !.; Jackets worm fv, now
t;t.5; jackets worth fl, uow $.; Jackets
worth fio, now lil.oO. We are not giving
tlctiomil values on theiegissls, but prices
at which they sold.
Ladles' Kid Gloves-We have
been selling them for l.2o to Introduce
tin in. ihey are splendid $1.0(1 value.
Your money hack It they burst, During
thli sals at'fl per pair.
Underwear Kor the whole famt
l, ! ht rent off our regular pries
I lieee tegular price niUNt have beeu way
down, Judging by the underwear we sold,
and the public's verdict of same. This
orlngNour l.oil ganneutM to ! 20; our
t 2o garim-uts to 1; our h" l-le gar
umi'U'h lo 7"r; our 75u garments totH'o;
our WW ganueiitHto 'He. And others at
IOT.IOH Mania rirel street,
Albuquerque. N. M.
Hoard and Lodging per Week
Uuod rnrala and HnS-claaa ai conimo
daliolia iu every (.annular.
PALMER & FRANK
Alfalfa, Native Hay, Feed of all
Kinds and Groceries.
412 North First St.
.-Are on Kxliihitlon ut...
The Fair '
The field for sidertlon Is wide
and the prlcs the lowest.
113 S. First St.
Wbuqnerque Fish Market...
Kresh Klsh, Oysters, Lobeters,
Cratis, hhrlinps, etc. Baltimore
Oysters, fresh every day In bulk
and raiin. Headquarters for
lireiwed Poulry. Mail Orders
receive prompt attention.
204 and 20 South Second Street.
Th Attaehmant Salt.
The attachment suit brought by Wrlo
man & Lewlnson against Miles Allen tor
the recovery ot the money and chattels
which they furnished the defendant In
exchange for s worthless check, Is on
trial to-day before Justice Crawford.
This morning Messrs. Lewlnson and
Weinman testified to the transaction
which they had with Allen. Marshal
Colsrt testified to arresting lilm and
taking possession ot thethiugs In Allen's
possession. The check, which was re
turned from Santa Ke with the Informa
tion that there was no account there,
was placed In evidence.
This afternoon the attorneys are en
gaged In a legal controversy.
Wyroft & Moore and Felix Lester are
representing Allen and T. N. Wllkersou
represents the plaintiff. The attorneys
for the defendant have raised the ques
tion whether the money In the hands of
Cobert as au ofiluer ran ls attached, and
this question Is belugargued pro and con
at the time of going to press.
Dress SMrts-Cut right, lined
rltfht. newed right, and bought right
All there qualities combine to make It
an easy matter for us to sell them right,
at all times, ami sometimes to make
people wonder how we can sell them so
cheap. This Is to be one ot thewe times.
Kemeiuher, this Is not a money-ma.i..f
scheme, but a closing out affair. Iaili
ekirts worth J, cow 1 Id; ladles' eklrts
worth firsi, uow ladies' skirls
worth :.&", now i.2o; ladles' skirts
worth io.oo. now $3.75.
I.ailles' woolen and silk waists at prices
that will close them out for us.
Dress Goods There Is nothing
more appropriate or acceptable tor a
Christmas (rift than s nice drees patt rn.
We have s limitless assortment of thear
goods at a most varied range of prices.
Kress giNxts worth 2."e, now 17Hc;dres
gisjds worth 5c, now ftfc; novelty goods
worth 7oc. now 47c; all wool ladies' cloth,
ii2 In. wide, worth 5-c, now Hoc; dress
patterns wortu 7, now II.2J; dress pat
terns worth !, now "'"; dress patterns
worth J I'i now tl:. Many more equally
gooil values too uumerous to mention.
Ladle' Belt. Pocket Books. Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs at equally re
duced prices. White Hemstitched and Scalloped Handkerchiefs at 3 for 25c
JLtUQUEHQUF CANDY AND CIGAR STORE.
Do. 10 Kail road Ainu.
Fre.h Caodira, Fruiti tod Nutaoi all Kinda,
MulUrd t Bocboni and Chocautra.
Imporwd and Dorr it ic Gjjira,
Smoking and Chewing T otucco,
.... I-'rcah Stock ....
A Complete Line tif Htetluliery (,HMla.
Mrs. SI. A. Ititrelow.
Wholesale and Retail.
Mall Orders Solicited
J. 11 0'ltIELLY & CO.,
ALBl'Ql'KKQl'K. NKW MKXICO
iaurauk Vlua Ha tuple Houui.
Before buying any heating stoves ex
amine the celebrated Kxtale Dak. It
keeps tire as lung as any base burners
ana burns any kind ot met. hold ny
lonauoe Hardware to.
Plture frames. W hltney Co.
Stove repairs for any stove made.
Kveulug gloves, all ehadee, junt In, at
l bs Keouoinist.
Call for paHteurited milk and creum
at the Klsh Market.
Beautiful all linen toweU, extra large
Hit", for 1M cents, at the Big Store.
Kor Bale Kour gentle horses for rid
iur 1 1 driving. Liouahoe Hardware com
Velveteen, lTe, 'i&c, c per
yard. A splendid llneot ribbon at great
ly reduced prices. A complete line of
dress linings Genuine linen lace at 4o
per yard and upwards. Tux MiK.
The Borradalie new store rooms on
Railroad aveua are rapidly approaching
Completion, and A. Hlmpier, proprietor of
the "ri'.y "hjs Blois," eipecW to be to
THE CITT IN BRIEF.
personal and General Paragraphs Picked
Up Here and There.
Daniel Cassidy was this morning ap
pointed postmaster at Cleveland, N. M.
J. II. Kuhus, the geuerul storekeeper
for the Santa Ke Pacific, left this morn
ing on a freight train tor Oallup.
A girl baby, weighing fourteen and
one-halt poumK arrived at the home ot
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. (1 ramie, TIJeras
avenue, at U o'clock this morning.
Otto Klchter, formerly s wealthy dry
goods merchant of La Porte, lud., Is here
tor his health and also looking for a loca
tion. He Is visiting with Judge Cruiu
pucker this afternoon.
Last night Justice Kibble Joined In
marriage Juan Martluexand Miss Annie
I'pgenorth, alter which he blessed them
In his usual bland and happy manner. J.
J. Ollphaut and wife witnessed the cere
mony. Wilson II. Morrow, a former resident
of this city, has located In Pawnee, Okla.,
and Is the editor of the Pawnee Dispatch.
Mr. V. or row will be pleasantly remem
bered here by hli numerous musical
The Blttner company, now down In
southern New Mexico, will pass up the
road In a few days aud appear at Santa
Ke. Kd. Billings, the advance agent,
cuuie in from the south last night aud Is
now at Santa Ke.
Leonard Skinner, the saw miller at
San Antonlto, out In the Haiulla moun
tains, Is here to-day, and states that the
valleys ot the mountains are practically
dry, and In consequence there Is very
little good grass.
The only attraction In either old or
new Albuquerque, this evening, as
far as Thk Citikn ran learn,
will be the grand free concert
at Orchestrion hull, and Manager Trim
ble invites the public to attend. After
the concert, which will last about an
hour, there will be dancing for several
"We will be iu the swlui for a short
time now," said Oreste Bachecht this
morning, when he pointed to a hundred
or moro barrels filled with Lemp's bot
tled beer, au 1 which had beeu unloaded
In front of the wholesale house of Ba-
chechi & (iloinl. A Capt. Kd. Kauf
man, the Lenip representative aald the
other day: "We can't ba beat and II
chechl & (iloml know It."
Hon. B. 8. Rody, the Railroad ave
nue attorney, who was east on a vh.lt
to his wire and children, and Inci
dentally made a trip to Washington, D.
C , returned lat night, and called thli
moruitig at this office. He la a candidate
tor the office of United States attorney
tor New Mexico, aud stated that he ee
.iired, while at Washington, the names
ut half a dozen senators, who agreed to
work for his appjiutmeut.
A. M. Biarkwell aud II. W. Kelly, two
big guns of the wholesale grocery estab
lishment ot Uross, Blackwell & Co, and
their special bookkeeper, C. C. Bobbins,
came In from Lao Vegas last night, and
registered at Sturges' Kuropeau. They
are to-day Inspecting the store and
books at their Albnquerque house, and
find Manager C. K. Waugh and Book
keeper Karicksjn all right.
C. R. Buyder, J. Bullock and T. Botton,
the former with his wire, came In from
Krle, Kansas, last uight aud registered
at the Highland home. The men are
farmers, and while here will look up
some valley lands tor the purpose ot lo
cating and becoming Identified with the
prosperity now prevailing In this city
M. C. Turner baa been appointed sub
stitute mall carrier by Postmaster
(Irunsfeld pending the civil service ex
amination. Another will be appointed
within a week or two so that the regular
carriers can take their vacations.
II. II. Stone, conductor at Williams,
and J. O. Mctirail, engineer at Window,
both popular an 1 worthy employes of the
Santa Ke Pacific railway, are In the city
and have their uames on the register at
the Highland house.
Frank Booth la now the stenographer
and secretary at K. J. Post & Co.'s, aud
under the efficient management ot Book
keeper Campllnld, he will soon become a
capital hardware manipulator.
Mrs. Dort W. Howard, the wife ot the
editor ot the Bee, has been appointed
postmistress at San Marclul as miccessor
to Mrs. M. A. Venclll, who has held the
office tor uiauy years.
True to our well otal
llalieri cuatoni never to
carry over Roods from one
.canon to another, we will
ntart In next week to clone
out all of our Winter Goods
at irlce never before ap
proached. Walt for announcement
In next Issue of this paper.
Tho IUI Ave. Clothier
A. J. MALOY,
Staple and Fancy Groceries!
GOODS! BUTTE II
RONS TO KQUAL. TBS FAMOUS.
118 Kailroad Ave., Albuquerque, N. M.
Tinware, Woodenware, Pumps.
Plumbers' Supplies, Cutlery, Lamps.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
Donahoe Hardware Co,
120 Gold Avenue.
3E. W KEXSTErTlxr, llganoffer.
E. J. POST & CO.,
Stoves! Stoves! Stoves!
Agents for and Carry a Large Stock of
STUDEBAKER WAGONS, SAVAGE RIFLES,
WINCHESTER RIFLES, FAIRBANKS' SCALES,
COLT'S REVOLVERS, BUCKEYE MOWERS.
Repairs Furnished for All Kinds of Stoves.
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
BACHECHI & G 10 M
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Have You Ssen the New Locil
Of BACHECHI & GIOMI?
Situated at 107 and 109 South First Street
No -Why they hvi just received a car load of
Whisky, both Domestic and imported, which lor
age and flavor cannot be surpassed by any liquor
establishment in the country. Call or write and
pet prices and you will be convinced that no other
house can compete with ut in prices, as wj are the
only firm in the southwest who buy in car load lots
for spot cash. We abo are general ajjents for W.
J. Lemp's St. Louis Bottled beer.
BACHECHI & GIOMI.
107 and 109 South First Street
TOZiBPIZONIl JVTO. BOO.
(IIS South ttaooml)
GRAND OPENING !
Complete Stock of Stationery in Armijo
Having purchased the stationery stock of the Whitney Co., will
reopeu the same in store-room No. 205 N. T. Armijo B'ldg, on Jan.
8. The stock is new and complete, and in addition a fine line of
cigars, tobacco and smokers goods will be added.
O. A. MATSON & CO.
IVES, THB FLORIST.
For Cut Flower on all OccaMon.
ALHl'UUKKUDS:. NKW MEXICO.
On aooountof big bualoaaa la.l waak w.
war aaabl to ift Inv.utorjr. W. will
contlnua our lavantory mI this waak.
Kanambar, thla la poattlvaljr tha laat wash
to gat tha ban.tlt of ths vmrj low prloaa.
iiuldan Rals Dry Good, sompaujr.
10 cans apricots. It.
10 cans pwichtw, tl.
10 cans peam, 1.
1 gallon geuulue maple nan, $1 20.
Brat Lucca ollva oil In bulk, forty
cent a pint, at Lombardo .
Ica wool aliawla. In black aud
color, at The Koououiiat.
Big Removal Sale.
Here are Just a Few of the Many Bargains .During
Our Removal Sale I
Ladies' French Kid Hand Turned Shoes $3.73
Ladies' Genuine Hand Welt, a Regular $5 Shoe, for 2.3
A Big Line of Velvet and Quilted Slippers, Sold for $1.75 and $2 Removal Price M."
Big Lot of School Shoes at Away Down Prices for Cash
THE WHITNEY COMPANY
Shelf and Heavy
Iron Pipes and Fittings.
Largest Stock of Brass
Goods in New Mexico.
Miners' and Engineers' Supplies !
FKBNONAL FAR AUK API!.
riiaa. B. Couklln, ot Santa Fe, came hi
from the north laat night and baa his
name on the register at Sturgee Euro
pean. Rev. Ltenry Evans, of Denver, left laat
night for Bland, where he will sumine
the duties ot the Methodlet church. Rev.
Kvana spent several dart In this city.
Capt. Hoi. Block, the general merchant
aud ludlan trader at ttranta, out weet,
wai here jrenierday, purchasing goods and
receiving New Tear congratulations from
Capt. C. M. Tyler and V. M. Kddlngs,
ei-Ulsaonrlans, met at the depot last
utght their friend, J. P. Edwards, ot But
ler, Mo. Mr. Edwards had been down In
the Manilla Tally, and Is now on bis way
Louis Smith, who was In the employ of
the Santa Ke Pacific at Wlnslow, now
holds a poaltion tor the company at Gal
lup, where be and wife reside. Mrs.
Smith Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.
McCue, of this city.
The chief engineer ot the Albuquerque
Ltnd and Irrigation company, P. K. Har
rmn, accompauled by his wife, came In
from Bauta Ke last utght, ami registered
at Sturgea' European. Mr. Harroun Is
In Rue trim to start his work on the new
ditoh, and expects to move along the pro
posed route, setting stakes, In a few days,
Col. K. W. Dobaon returned to the city
last night. He was called to bis old
home at Kort Madison, Iowa, by the death
of his father about two weeks ago. He
visited with bis people for one week and
then weut to Chicago. He and Clerk ot
Court Owen went out to La Port, Intl.,
aud epeut one day very pleasantly at the
home of Judge Crnmpaoker In that city.
Dr. A. D. Smith and wife, of Winches
ter, Iml., will arrive from the east to
night, and will be the guests ot Mr. and
Mrs. George Galnsley, Mrs. Smith being
a sister ot Mrs. Galnsley. The doctor,
who years ago was a popular dentist ot
this city and then wooed and won his
wife, nee Miss Wright, will remain here
for a few daya and then continue to Lot
Angeles, his wife rematulug during bis
absence) with her Albuquerque relatives.
GOLDEN RULE DRY GOODS CO.
On account of the big business last week we were
unable to take inventory. We will continue our
Inventory Sale this week. Remember, this
is positively the last week to get the
benefit of very low prices.
To Clean up Cloaks and Capou.
Many of yon have waited for this great sale ; ynu have
not waited (u vain. I lie cloaks must go. It Isn't a
question of loss, that's not oouHlilered. Htylinli, up tixlate
garments were never sold at such a sacrifice before In this
section. All Cloaks and Cape the Price is cut in two.
All go at one-half former price.
That DroMH Good 8 Stock.
eone carefully through It and
cut prices right ami loft. There'll lie some empty dress
Is top heavy. We've
goods fixtures in tills store a week hence
Colored DroMH (iood.
Former price, 35 to 45c per yard. Now 'J5o.
Another Lot of Novelty Goods.
Former price from 50c to 75e per yard. Now 3'..
The lllack Goods.
MiiHt go along with the rest. Staple as wheat: gnxl
as gnlil, but that wou't save them from sacrifice. We said
that this sale should reach every corner ot the sture and we
meant it, every word. All profits cut off. These 111 ark
Dress Goods at actual cost.
A Silk Slide.
Bunched into lots are many ot these beauties, some at
one-half, some at two-thirds early season's prices. Silks
for waiHts, silks for gowns, silks for any purpose, and priced
on a par with ordinary woolens. Silks at 2-'c. tf.ic, 3w,
4Uc, tlio, 77e and Hue per yard. Who cannot afford a silk
dress, waist or skin at these prices)1
A Handkerchief Hustle.
Several big lute that were nsed In the Christmas dec
orations wilf tie sold. Nothing wrong with them but
the price and dust, be burs any ot the lot. 1K) buys
Initial Silk Handkerchiefs.
Here's a Corset Chance.
All odd lines, broken assortments of slxe or color, no
matter bow staple, stacked upou the counter lu lots and
reduced to prices that will move them lu a jiffy. If your
size or style ot corset is among them, then you're lu luck.
All goat &o each, worth up to 1.60 each.
At mill prices, but it's only for a week, and we've set out
to give our buylug . public a benefit that they'll talk about.
We are going to sell cottons, shirtings, sheetings, outlug
fiannels, towels, crashes, etc., etc.. at such prioes that
yon can well afford to replenish your home outfits for
mouths to come, (iood Bleached and I'ubleached Muslins,
5o; Shirtings, 4c per yard; Sheetings, 12'iS to Wr; Outing
Flannels, tic to B.c; Towels from 5c upwards; Crashes from
The IJlankets.the Iledpread,
All have beeu stripped of their legitimate profits and
turned loose to swell the procession thus: One-third off
Former Prices. A lilg lot of strirt length tuble damasks,
lengths from 2 yards tr 'i yards, all gradss, bleached aud
uul'leuched, these at sale prices. From 2)0 to HOc per yard.
To Close Out the Winter
Every item ot men's, women's aud children's warm
winter underwear will lie ottered at prices to crowd the
section with eager buyers during the eutire week ot the
sale. One-fourth off Former Price.
The Hosiery deductions.
We spare nothing, no matter how staple. It's carnlva'
time tor dry goods buyers In this store just uow and we
want your dollars to go further than they ever did before.
The best 2"o Ladies' lltwe at l'.ic. Wool Hose for Ladles,
Misses aud Children at S Former Price.
Golden Rule Dry Goods Co.