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IHiL DAILY IT1UEN
A LBl ijl KlKjl K. JAM ARY IK'S
RED FRONT.
Staple and Fancy Groceries
A One Stork of the tout Groceries.
Agent for Chase & Sanborn's
Famous Teas and Coffees.
Ill T. Eillroad It., llbaqnerqne, 1. 1.
MONEY
TO
0
On pianos, nrnt-elawi fnrnltnre, etc,
without removal. Also on diamonds,
watchea. Jewelry, life insurance poli
cies. Trust deed or any good secur
ity. Terms very moderate.
H. SIMPSON.
209 Smith Second street, Albuquer
que, New Mexico, next oor to West
ern Union Terrain offlie.
J.O.Gideon&Co.
DKALKRS IN
FURNITURE. CLOTHING.
BICYCLES. STOVES.
Ill N. First St., Albnqncrqne.
B. A. SLEYSTEK,
It
IE1L BSTATS.
NQTIBI PUBLIC.
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
ROOMS IS ft 14 CROMWELL BLOCK
a ai
ill I it
uvjijmii vt
Tailors
207 Railroad Ave.,
H. T. ARMIJO BCILDLVfl.
CALL AT THE
PEOPLE'S STORE.
(HIGHLAND BU1LDINU.)
FKESH CROCERIES.
FRUITS. VEGETABLES
J. A.SKUiXEB,
Low Price and Courteous TrcatucaU
HE JANUARY SPECIALS
This is usually considered a dull month in
the business community. A sort of an after
effect of the bustling holiday trade. Id order
to liven up our January business we are offer
ing the following trade winners, that ought
to make eager buyers, even among those
who have no present needs in these lines.
LADILS MUSLIN AM) CAMBRIC UNDERWEAR.
Drawers, worth 50c, now lRc.
Corset Covers, worth 50c, now .'1 5c
Night Gowns, Chemises, Drawers, blurts and Corset Covers, worth
75c, now AOc
Same assortment of Garments, worth 85c, now flOc
Same assortment of Garments, worth $t 00, now ?5c
Same assortment of Garments, worth $1.3$, now ft (X)
Same assortment of Garments, worth $175. now..., ,.
Same assortment of Garments, wcrth $2.00, now.. 91. CO
These goods are all made of first-class
materials, well sewed and made up in the
newest styles. Extra Special 1'rlcen
In Hamburg and StvIhh Embroidery.
SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES.
Sheets, 90x81 flOc
Sheets, 90x90 Sftc
Hemstitched Sheets, 90x90 3c
Piliow Cases, 45x36 Do and i'ic
Hemstitched Pillow Cases, 45x36 10c
TOWELSI TOWELS! We have just
placed an order for one hundred and fifty
doz?n, and want to dote out what we have
now on hand. This is your chance to get
some snaps.
ROSENWALD BROS.
E. H. UUHBAR,
KJU.EB in
3FLOO.X JEZ2S tflto,
Houses Rentrd. Rents Collected.
Losu Negotiated.
OSn, t4 Oala sn,r third Suva.
For 10 cents dime.
Have your sbtrt lauudrled
And borne oo Ume.
At tas Albiquerqu Steam Lasndry,
Chmi CmmX aa. mm Ssaa st
JAT A. HUBBS, Proprietor,
tmmmm 414.
PALMER & FRANK
DEALERS IN
Alfalfa, Native Hay, Feed of all
Kinds and Groceries.
422 North First St
Patronize.
"THE FAIR"
When In need of Queens wear, Glaas
wemr, et.
New Goods Received aud Prices Marked
Down.
Ml Pint St,
lltuqaerque, I.
Aibaqaerqae M Market..
Fresh Fish, Oysters, Lobsters,
Crabs, blirloipa. etc Baltimore
Oysters, freak ever dav In bulk
and etuis. Headquarters for
lrefted fouliry. Mall Orders
receive prompt attention.
20a and 201 Soath Second Street.
F.GLPintt&Goi
81. Aent
lu no una
Oro btiod
noed
(iotxU
STAPLE aid FANCY GROCERIES
214 S. Second St
Hillsboro
Creamery Butter
Kestoo tartU.
Orders
Solicited
tree ttclleery.
Drugs!
Wholesale and Retail.
Mail Orders Solicited.
J.II.O'MELLY & CO.,
ALBL'Ul'KKQUX, NEW MEXICO
CITY NEWS.
BIUUUIiU-Unl tWU llaUj
Uamik VIM aBle Maooa.
Before buying any beating stores ei
amine the eeleuraled KaUte Oak. It
keeps fire as long as auy bane burners
sua ourns any nun or. iupi. sola uy
Duiiauoe Hardware to.
Library ball Jan. Vi.
Plture frames, Whitney Co.
Bicycles for sale, R. L. Dodson.
Bicycles (or rent, R. L. Dodson.
Linen towels for be, at the Big Store.
Big Hue of bicycle sundries, K. L. Dod
on.
Stove repairs for any stove made.
Whitney Ce.
Attend the ladles' great underwear sale
at the Economist. -
The Maze sells good alfalfa hay at 3c
(os best native grass hay (or 45c.
The Quest aud largest oysters In town
can be had at the 8au Jose Market.
Attend the great muslin nuderwear
sals at the Golden Rule Dry Goods Co.
Don't forget the "Green Front Shoe
Store," No. 113 Railroad aveune, Win.
Chaplin; cheapest and best place to gel
shoes, and repairing done on the slutrt-
eat notice.
Kew Year's resolutions are often iifg
(acted and forgotten, but F. P. Trotter's
resolution to make his Seoond street gro
cery store ons of the largest and best In
the southwest will always be adhered to
and will never grow dim. His large and
varied stock of atapls and fan or grocer-
lee Is already ons which would be a cred
it to any city twice the sice of Albuquerque.
Foreman Trimble, of the No. 1 bose
company, at a recent meeting of his Ore
boys, appointed the ball committee who
will have ebarge of the company's an
nual ball, on February 23. The commit
tee will be ready to do some rustling In
a few days, after wen hlthe preliminary
steps tor a grand time will be com
menced.
An experienced, upright gentleman,
capable and energetic, willing to travel
and not afraid of bard work, may find a
lucrative position by addressing P. O.
Box 414, Albuquerque, N. 11. No trlflers.
Regular meeting of Harmony Lodge
No. 17. L 0.0. F . to-night at 730. Mem
bers requested, and visiting brothers In'
rtted to attend. By order B. A. Bleyater,
Nobis Grand. K. L. Medler, secretary.
Cold weather continues. Get In line
and study oar show windows (or bar'
galas in overcoats and underwear. Bee
oar add. In this paper. K. L. Washburn
A Co.
Muslin nnderwear, ready made, as
yon can bay the material to make them.
on sale this week at the Economist.
Attend the "birthday party" at the
home of W. H. Mateon, 611 south Broad
way, this evening.
Comparison solicited on onr muslin
nnderwear. Golden Rule Dry Goods Co.
Gas lamps, mantles, chimneys and dee-
orated shades, R. L. Dodson.
Call for pasteurised milk and cream
at the Fish Market.
Chinese and Japanese matting. Whit
ney Ca
The best 35 bicycle In the elty, R. L.
Dodson.
Men's linen collars to each, at Ilfeld
Bros.
$3.50 cloaking (or $1 per yard, at II-
feld's.
Room moulding. Whitney Ca
Bicycles tor sale, R. L. Dodson.
A bot thing Cerrlllos coal.
Gas fitting, R. L. Dodson.
THB CUT IN BRIEF.
reraoaal sad Geaeral rsrarraphs Picked
Dp Hers and There.
Don't forget the "birthday party" this
evening. An enjoyable affair Is promised
by the ladles.
George Oxendine's cow wa either
stolen or strayed away last night and
efforts are being made to day to Bud her.
N. W. Alger, the father of Dr. E. J.
tiger and Miss Mabel Alger, la to-day 64
rears of age, and looks healthy enough to
live out the "three score years and ten."
Mrs. Otto Berger presented her hus
band, the proprietor of the French bak
ery, with a pretty girl baby last night.
Dr. J. S. Eaaterday waa the atteudlng
physician.
The fence back of the house of B. T.
Ellsworth, at 000 Roma avenue, canght
3rc In some way yesterday bat was dis
covered and pat oat before It could
spread and do any considerable damage.
District Attorney Finical brought
twenty-three tax suits In the district
court to-day and the defendants Include
soma very prominent people, Including a
congressman, an ex-congressman and a
democratic federal appointee.
The regular monthly hop at the Com
mercial club to be held this evening
promises to be well attended. Prof. Dl
Mauro and Miss Ilanthorn will as usual
furnish the mimic, and refreshments will
be served. It la hoped that all the mem
bers, with their ladles, will be present.
The Lincoln News says: Col. Fran
cisco Chaves, of Valencia county, la ex
pected to arrive In Lincoln to-day. He
Is going to Roswell to Investigate the
Military Institute at that point, with the
view of entering one of his sons when
that school opens.
The surveying party for the low line
canal changed their headqnarters to day
from Albuquerque to Bernalillo, which Is
now nearer the seat of operations. They
were out nine miles from the elty when
they completed their labors yesterday snd
this evening they expect to be within
Ave miles of Bernalillo.
A number of people In this city have
received Invitations (rom Mr. aod Mrs.
D. B. Robinson to attend the wedding of
their daughter.Ulss Lena, to Gale Thcnip-
NOW OR NEVER.
Take advantage of theso prices' during our
GENERAL CLEAN-UP SALE
of all our Winter Goods, which outshines all
our previous efforts. Wo have placed on sale all
of our $1 1, 512 and 514 suits at
PER fm&sFSl SUIT
Wo also have on hand several hundred of
MISFIT SUITS AND PANTS.
These wo will put in with our best Ready
Made Suits, which formerly sold at from 515 to
$20, and sell them all at the uniform price of
PER
G5 1 ST
See Our Underwear, Per Garment - 95c
See Our Shirts, 95c
A. J. MALOY
Staple and Fancy Groceries!
OLUB BEL1VS
UOUSE SPKINGS
CANNED CKEAMEHY
GOODS! BUTTE It
FT0N1 TO BQOAL THI rlHOtS.
118 llailroad Ave., Albuqnerque, N. M.
THc.RAILROM)
s ::
mm sues
DlAirclil;
HU
s m, which will take place at St. Peter's
church, St Louis, February 9. The many
frleuds of the young lady and the Robin
son family In this city will rejoice with
them over the happy event.
Miss Mamie Donahue, president; Miss
A. V. Qulnliven, secretary, and Mine Ber
tha Bonneld, aarrlHtan, three popular
members of the Young Ladies' Library
anoclation of the Church of Immaculate
Conception, made a call at this office this
arternoon to Impress upon our minds the
fact that the fourth annual social of the
association would be held at Armory hall
on Monday, February 14. Tickets, ad
mitting gentleman and lady, 1. - ;
It you want to spend a pleasant and
Instructive evening, go and hear A.M.
Swan's lecture i t Methodist College hall,
on Lead avenue, between First andSeoond
streets, Saturday evening next Mr.
Swan will prove that man was on the
American continent In a fair degree of
civilisation before any part of Asia was
habitable.
A. C. Rawlins, the barber toot racer, is
at Silver City, where he has been matched
for a foot race with a sprinter of that
town. Billy Bweltier states that Ran
llus has won victories after hard-fought
races from thoroughbred horses, cow
ponies aud riders on bicycles.
Situation Wauted By an experienced
pile and pump man; reliable mining
company preferred. Het references.
Citll on or address J. W. Smith, BU north
First street, Albuquerque, N. M. '
The dance given by Excelsior Lodge
No, 1, D. of II., at their ball at south Sec
ond street last night, wua well attended
and everyone bad a most eojoyahle
time.
STOVES
W-IARDWARE
Tinware, Woodenwarc, Pumps,
Plumbers' Supplies, Cutlery, Lamps.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
Donahoe Hardware Co.
120 Gold Avenue.
E. J. POST k CO.
HARDWARE.
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
LXjX3X79XTZ3n.9X7X9
NEW MH3CIOO
BACHECHI & GIOMI,
Wholesale aod Retail Dealer la
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Have You Seen h New Local
o! BACHECHI & GIOMI?
Situated at 107 ani 10) Sjuth First Street
So -Why they hivd jmt receive! a car load of
Whisky, both Domestic and imported, which for
age and flavor cannot be surpassed by any liquor
establishment in th country. Call or write and
get prices and you will be convinced that no other
house can compete with ui in price, as we are the
only firm in the southwest who buy in car load lots
for spot cash. We abo are general agents for W.
J. Lemp's St. Louis Bottled beer.
BACHECHI & GIOMI.
107 and 1 09 South First Street
TETjUrnONB NO. BOO,
DIAMONDS
FINE JEWELKY
WATCHES
MAYNARD
(US Saath Saeaa
JEWELER
Stationery, School Books,
CAIEB1S AID PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES.
We Carry a Complete Line of Legal Blanks, Blank Books, Cigars,
and Tobacco, Magazines, Periodicals and Newspapers.
O. A.. MATSON & Co.
SON WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
Now is the Time
to subscribe (or an
AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE
Our list of subscribers to constantly (row.
Ins, and a store without ons of out
telrptaonrs shuts its door to many pos
sible customers, we hive the
LARGEST LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS
and therefore our telephone Is the meet
valuable for you.
IVES, THE FLORIST.
For Cut Flowers on all Occasions.
AI.UI'UIF.HUVB. NKYT MKXIOO.
Dumbing, R. L. Dodson.
Big: Removal Sale.
'Qoooooooooooocaoccoaciocc'ooc'c
Here are Just a Few of the Many Bargains During
Our Removal Sale I
Ladies' French Kid Hand Turned Shoes $.1.75
Ladies' Genuine Hand Welt, a Regular $5 Shoe, for
A Big Line of Velvet and Quilted Slippers, Sold for $1.75 and $a Removal Price 85
Big Lot of School Shoes at Away Down Prices for Cash
A. SIMPIER.
THE WHITNEY COMPANY
WHOLESALE
Shelf and Heavy
Hardware, Furniture,
Carpets, Crockery,
Glassware, Lamps
Iron Pipes and Fittings.
Largest Stock of Brass
Goods in New Mexico.
Miners' and Engineers' Supplies !
MCHXONAL PARAGRAPHS.
Kilns Smeltser and wife, of Arcadia,
Ind., are at K'.urges European.
It. T. Anderson, the Cerrlllos mining
man, returned to bis home lant night
Chan. Meban, of Kl Paso, and Dr. W,
D. Kadclifl, of Belen, are in the city to
day.
W. E. Spencer came in from Holbrook
lat nlht, and has comfortable room
at PturgW European.
J win Sanches. the sheriff of Valencia
eounty, and his deputy, Mr. Vigil, are la
the city to day on legal bUHlurea.
Mrs. U. B. UcDanlel, of Ban Rafael,
came In from the west last night aud
took a room at Sturgee' European.
Ulratn Landrea, registering at the
Qraud Central from Topeka, Kansas, la a
friend of Dr. Hchrader, who has been
here sometime from Baltimore.
alias Maggie llartln, of alonette, Mo.,
la here on a Ult with her aUter, Mrs
Luke Walsh. Bhe formerly resided here
aud baa a number of acquaintances In
Albuquerque.
Mrs. Duulop, the wife of the late Bishop
Dunlop, of this territory, came down
from the north last night, on her way to
the City of Mexico, where she will visit
with one of ber daughters.
Mrs. W. i. Black, the estimable wife of
the popular general paseeuger agent of
the Banta Fe, came In from Kl Eaao
Ittrtt night, and will be the guest of Mrs.
J, J. Frey for several days, alter which
she will proceed to Topeka.
R. F. Heller, the popular general mer
chant at Cabeson, and (J. YV. Bennett, the
merchant aud Iudlau trader at Raton
Bpriiigx, on the northwestern border of
the Navajo reservation, drove In lata yes
terday afternoou, aud are to-day loading
up several wagons with merchandise aud
ranch supplies. They expect to be ready
tor the road, on tbelr way home, to-morrow.
The Electrle Light company Is putting
up some Urge poles along Fourth street
to the northern limits of the elty, upon
which electrle wires will be stretched.
' Do not fall to attend the Library ball
at ths Armory.
GOLDEN RULE DRY GOODS CO.
Another Great Underwear Sale.
CORSET COVERS.
COTTON I i! UNDERWEAR
NIGHT ltOIIES.
WHITE SKIKTS.
DRAWERS
For
LADIES, MISSES
and
CHILDREX.
It Prices That Will Barely Co?er tha Cost of Ltio Katerial Hoot.
We are about to place on sale four hundred dozen pieces of Cotton
Underwear, divided into Six Lots, for Ladies, Misses aud Children.
Our last Underwear Sale was the largest one in our History. Our
stock was large. We thought we had enough to supply all, but, before
night, the assortment was broken; many were disappointed; this time
we have just double the quantity, but there is sure to be big crowds at
the Underwear counters and the best things will go first.
To Get Your Share We Would Advise You To JJe ou
Hand Early.
SALE NOW ON.
Lot No.
Lot No.
Lot No.
Lot No.
Lot No.
Lot No.
10c
15c
3 Consists of a nice line of ladies' skirts, chemises, drawers, corset covers
and nightgowns; also infants' and childrens' dresses and drawers. Take J n ft
as many as you wish at this price, except gowns ill
Consists of ladies' corset covers, misses' and children's skirts waists and
drawers. Price only 10c. Think of being able to buy well-made, full-
size garments tor ,
Consists of ladies' corset covers and chemises, misses' and children'
tucked and embroidered; also children's dresses and
money-saving opportunity Albuquerque has never seen.
1.
2 consists of la
drawers, tucV
slips. Such a
4.
Is a fine line of ladies' lace and embroidery-trimmed skirts, night robes,
corset covers, drawers, chemises, infants' and children's dresses. The
same story; the cloth and trimmings cost mjre thao we ask for the com
pleted garment
51V:
5 Is a finer line of ladies' lace and embroidery-trimmed skirts, gowns,- pa
chemises, drawers and corset covers; also children's and infants' dress s. n O
You have paid $1.35 for poorer garments than these
6.
Is the finest, handsomest line of ladies' lace and embroidsry-trimmed
mirra, nigni rooes, cnemises, and skirt combined, and dra
intants and children dresses. These are very fiae goods
emDroiaery, new styles, 2 would bs the right price for these good:
liry-trirnmed .a Aft
drawers, also I II II
1, with dainty VI Mil
r these good. V "UU

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