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THE DAILY CtTIXKN
AI.HI yl KRlJI K, VKUIU'AKY I S, I siiH
EDl MMUIEIi it CO.
Staple and Fancy Groceries
A Ann 8tock of the best Groceries.
Agents for Chase & Sanborn'i
Famous Teas and Coffees.
214 I. Railroad It., alboqaerqna, 1. 1.
MONEY 10 LOAN
On pi n on, flrnt-clai fnrnltnre, etc,
without removal. AIkooii diamonds.
Watche. Jewelry, II If Insurance poli
cies. Trnii deed or an; good eernr
Ity. Terms very moderate.
8"W Smith Second street, Albnqner
quo, New Mexico, niil door to W ext
ern Union Telegraph olllr.
B. A. SLEYJ3TEK,
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
ROOM3 IS A 14 CKOMWKLL BLOCK
207 Railroad Ave.,
W. T. ARyiJO BI'ILDINQ.
CALL AT THE
J. A. SKINNER,
Low Prka and Courteous Trultucni.
E. H. UUHBAR,
Ilniun Rrntrd, Rnt Oolleru-d.
Offlcw.StS Onln ., Tor TMr Mm).
Fur 10 cnl dim.
Mrt your ihin laundrlrd
And bum oa time-
At the Albuquerque Stetm Laundry,
CmM Col n, mmm Ummrnni M.
JAT k. HUBBS, Proprietor,
PALMER & FRANK
Alfalfa, Native Hay, Feed of nil
Kinds and uroceries.
422 North First St
Albnqnerqne Fisb Market..
Fresh Fish, Oysters, Lobsters,
Crab, Bhrtinps, etc Baltimore
Oysters, freeh every day In bulk
and cans. Headquarters . (or
Dremed Poultry, stall Orders
receive prompt attention.
3M scd 20 Soath Second Street.
i no and
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
214 8. Second St
bm uu (.ink.
Hoc (St Good
Buy or SclL
Wholesale, and Retail.
Mall Orders Solicited.
J. II. O'ltlELLY & CO.,
ALM'QCEUQCK, NKW MKIIC0
amraat, Flu. Sml Hmm.
Tin work. Vt httney Co.
Pants sals this wetk at Ilfeld's.
Plumbing and gas Utticg. W hltuey Co.
Queensware, glasswars and tinware at
Kverything In drexs goods now on dis
play at Ths KcouomUt
New suits of furniture cheaper than
second hand at Futrell's.
Gents' furnishing, at special bargains,
this week at The Big Store.
Ladles, they will lutereat you ths new
dress goods at Tbe Krouonilxt.
Bathing Is a luxury at Matin's barber
shop. N. T. Armljo building.
Full line of faucy eoffees aud tea at
lowest prlcee at A. Low bar do's.
How can tbey do It? Do what? Sell
great big towels for 6 eeuls at the Big
L.ioerij coitions, new goods, new
shades, at the Golden Rule Dry Goods
Have yon examined our specials In em'
broideries? If not, do not fail to do so.
New Importation of dress goods, com
prising everything new poplin, baya
deres, plaids, etc, only at l bs Koouomlet.
Indian lusorrectlon may corns aud go,
but F. F. Trotter ever coutiuues to keep
ths beet aud large! stock of staple aud
fancy groceries at bis store that can be
found anywhere tu the southwest.
On ons of ths cars of a through f relgl t
going west kMlsy, there was onsot fuels
Sam's latest peace makers. In ths ahai a
of a modern 10-turb breach loading rifle
thirty test In leugth, weighing about I
From ono of New York's best
and most reliable tailoring es
tablishments. The latest nov
elties in Woolens for
Wo guarantee lirst-class work
manship and finish and
A PERFECT FIT.
Any goods not perfectly satis
factory may be left on our hands.
forty tons. Tbs hairs gun was being
shipped to Ban Diego. Cal., from the gov
eminent proving grounds at Bandy Hook,
New Jersey. It was mads at Betblehem,
Pa and appeared to be a very formidable
piece ot ordnance. Tbs surface of the
gun was covered with Inscriptions, such
as "Take me to Cuba;" MI will soon free
it,-" "What Cuba needs," etc
It Is learned hers that Colonel II. B.
Mersey, director of the weather bnrean at
Santa Ke and a member of Governor
Otero's staff, has filed suit for divorce
against his wife, Lou. lite L. Hersey, who
Is at Los Angeles. Ths Charge Is aban
donment. Only one In ten have perfect eyesight.
Have yours teeted this week, free ot
charge, by K. Rlggs, refrectlonlst of ths
Columbian Optical company, of Denver.
Offlce with "Uawley on the Corner."
F. F. Trotter makes It a polut to han
dle a large stock ot choice fruit, and any
one wishing anything In that line will
do well to call at his store on Second
When yon have anything yon wish to
dispose ot It will pay yon to call on J. 0.
Gideon & Co.. on north First street, who
pay tbe best prices for second hand goods.
Albuqnerqueans should skip this item
It Is only to Inform new residents that
Cerrlllos anthracite and bituminous coal
is the most economical. Halm & Co.
Bicyclers wanted To look at oar new
odd bicycle pants 12.60 and f 3. K. J.
Washburn A Co.
Our novelty dress goods are eicluslve
ly shown, and no two alike. The Econo
Tbe finest lot ot pants for the least
money yon ever saw at tbe Big Store.
Liberty Chiffons, something new, at
tbe Golden Rule Dry Goods company.
Don't buy cheap gloves when you cn
get 2 gloves for $1.25, at Ilfeld's.
Another car of furniture received by W.
V. Futrelle this week.
Chiffons In all widths and eolors at the
Ribbon remnant sale at The Rig Store.
Plumbing and gas fitting. Whitney Co.
Military and Jewel belts, at Ilfeld's.
Room moulding. Whitney Co.
Picture frames. Whitney Co.
46 inch bleached pillow case
8x4 unbleached sheeting. . . . 15c
9x4 unbleached sheeting. . . i7c
10x4 unbleached sheeting. . , 20c
8x4 bleached sheeting 17 Jc
9x4 bleached sheeting I7)4c
10x4 bleached sheetin a .... 3 2 'A c
14 yds Hope bleached muslin, 1.00
3 cups and 3 saucers 25c
Breakfast plates, doz 85c
umner plates, doz 1.00
Soup plates, doz 1.20
lk) wis and pitchers x.oo
Covered vegetable dishes. , . 45c
Decorated chamber set 38c
POSITIVELY THE LOWEST PRICED STORE IN ALBUQUERQUE,
boxing or drayngo.
WM. KIEKE, Proprietor.
THB CUT IN BRIEF.
reraoaal sad General Paragraphs Picked
Cp Her and There.
Nobis berggren, the Wahoo, Neb,
sheej buyer, is again In the city.
Ths public library has just seenred
Rldpath's Illustrated history of the Ut.lt-
W. O. Becor, who was down In the Rait
river valley of A rlsoua on business, has
returned to the olty.
Tony Garcia Is building a neat reel
tence on west Tljeras road, which is al
ready well under way.
Mrs. Dr. C. F. Blacklngton, of Socorro,
Is In the city, having regletered luet
night at the Highland.
Dave Kelly and Richard Moore, who
endeavored to paint the town red In a dis
orderly mauner, were given ten days by
Justice Crawford this forenoon.
W. L. Trimble & Co. commenced grad
ing Gold avenue between Kdltn and High
streets this morning as per contract
awarded them by tbe council at the laet
While Calvin Whiting and a friend
were out driving Sunday afternoon the
pole of the vehicle broke ai they were
turning a corner, so their drive was
brought to an abrupt end. The horses,
however, did not become frightened, so
there was no runaway.
John Newlander, who conducts a wood
turning and carpenter shop on the corner
of south First street and Lead avenue.
contemplates the erection of a much
larger shop at ths same point. The new
building will be of brick. 126x26 feet
As soon as completed a new boiler and
machinery will be put In the works.
Through the efforts of tbe police de
partment and W. B. Trull, the railway
agent In this city, halt fare rates were
secured for W. M. Shephard and his wife
to Chicago. Shephard Is an Invalid In
the last stages of consumption, and
wanted to get home to die. Some of his
acquaintances here were Instrumental in
raising the funds required to pay for the
W. II. II. Motigor. the well kuown fruit
raiser and farmer at Pajarlto, drove
up to the city this morning, and on
meeting Tui Citizen representative
EXTRA SPECIAL SALE
In Thin Department Every
Tea and coffee pots. , 10 and 15c
quart coffee boilers ,
Large square lunch baskets.
Patent flour sieves
Tea and coffee canisters. . . .
Large size painted dust pans.
21 quart double tin dish pan.
prompt attention. No
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A SHOE EVEKTT!
In order to dispose of a number of broken lines of
shoes which have accumulated since last fall, we
quote the following prices, which speak more elo
quently than flattery. We have now on sale ....
100 Pair Men's Fine Calf Shoes
In nobby toes and which are worth $1.50 to $3.00 at
200 Pair Fine Welted Calf Shoes
In lace and congress, every pair warranted
worth $3.50, $4 00 and 4.50 at
U it ted that the farmers of the valley,
mmtli of the city, have commenced plow
lug their lunds for the sowing of wheat
and other cereals. He predicts that a big
ger acreage will be sown to wheat this
npring tbau for several years.
The body ot Kreil. Lord, whose sudden
Ji-ath was chronicled In Tux Ctii.kn last
Saturday afternoon, was shipped to Bur
liugame, Kau Sunday night, tor burial,
accompanied by the bereaved wife. W.
U. Lord, the brother who was telegraphed
to, met the remains at La Junta, and con
tinued with ttie wife aud ber dead hus
band to Burllugame.
Announcement is made that Kmll Sev
erin, who conducts a small store on south
First street, has purchased the grocer
stock ot Smith Bros, In tbe Highland
building, on north Railroad avenue, and
wilt at once change bis buelness location
from the old stand on Klrst street to that
of the Highland building.
Chas. Metzger, for sometime the effi
cient carver at the San Jose meat mar
ket, In responxe to a recent cablegram,
left Sunday ulght on his way to Stress
burg, Alsace. He expects to be absent
Speclul car No. 61, of ths Burlington
road, passed south to City of Mexico Bun
ly ulght last. M. J. Kabln and wife,
aud Chas. G. Kali and wife, aud several
others occupied the ear.
W. H. Countable, the Kl iW commis
sion merchant, who was north ou busi
ness, was a passenger south-bound this
C. U. Wolfe, ot Denver, representing
the Kooky Mouutaln News, has bis name
on the register at Sturges' European.
6 tumblers for 20c
4 goblets for 25c
Svrup pitchers , , . , 20c
Kitc hen lamp, complete 20c
Bracket lamp, complete 35c
Lamp using No. 2 burner.
Cake stands... . ...45 and 55c
Lanterns , , 55c
Ilrass pad locks
Knob doer locks. ........
Monkey wrenches 25 to 65c
Hedge shears 1.00
i imi mm in ii
Pair Hanan & Sons Finest Patent Leather
Enameled calf and some plain cilf shoes in lace and
congress and worth $6.00 and $6.50 at
Don't de'ay buying too long, as the supply
Our Special Clothing Sale is
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THE JtAILKOAI) AVENUE CLOTHIER,
Tinware, Woodenwarc, Pumps.
Plumbers' Supplies, Cutlery, Lamps.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
Donahoe Hardware Co.
120 Gold Avenue.
L J. POST & CO.,
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
Our '08 catalogue
with elegant col
ored piste every
thing new and de
eimliltf In plant.
r,"rJiillM, &c. &c. now
Write for a copy,
BYROH H. IYES,
Just received New dress goods in
wool aud silk new Importations at Tbe
All kinds ot new spring goods are con
stantly coming in. at Tbe Big Store.
II. J. Kmerson, of the Bank of Com
merce, was south yesterday ou business.
Hon. M S. Otero, who was at Las Ve
gas on business, returned to ths city last
B. Ruppe, B. 0. Wright and H. W. Jar
via are out at Hell canyon to-day on a
Attorney K. W. Clancy is able to be at
his offlce again, after being confined to
bis borne for a few days with pains la
Ths I'rescott Courier says: "A. A. Grant,
ot Los Augeles, and L. A. Grant, of Albu
querque, friends of P. J. UcCormlck, are
A. A. Gibbs, a railway conductor from
St. Paul, Minn., and Mr. Murray, a loco
motive englueer from Green Bay, Wis
are speudlug the day at the Highland.
Dr. J. W. Elder, the assistant physi
cian at the Santa Ke Pacific hospital,
left lust night for Las Vegas Hot
Springs, where he will visit tor a week.
George and Solomon Metxger, brothers
of the faithful manipulator ot Tm Citi
zens big press aud ink fouutaln, will
leave for Gallup this eveniug, where they
will enter the employ of the Santa f e
General storekeeper for the Santa Fe
railroad, A. K. Hilton, with headquarters
at Topeka, arrived last night from the
SHHt, aud Is at the Highland. The eeu-
Unman will probably make a trip to the
Coast before returning to bis Topeka
Miss ZUIa Welduer, ths popular daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. K. C. VYeiduer, ot this
city, is uow ths guest ot Miss Lottie Mo-
Coy, of Allertou, Iowa, aud Tui ClTliKN
is pleased to state that the health of Mbs
ZUIa has grjutly Improved the past few
weeks. Miss MuCoy was a visitor to AI
buquurque some time ago.
O. T. Hoseberry came up last night
from La Joya, where be aud his father,
h. ltowuborry, have beeu doing tome as
iNMwnieut work ou several mining claims
imver Had with htm some very pretty
Npeciinena, but says they have not yet
struck anything very rich. He will
probably go to bland in a day or two,
in i mum.
Large, ennny, front room, nicely fur
nished. Board for two it desired. 401
north Sixth street.
F, F. Trotter, the Second street grocery
man, believes in square and honoraole
dealing, and practices it in his business.
Customers can always depend on getting
the worth ot their money at his store.
C. C. Hall, the commission merchant,
and wife left last night for California.
Before returning to the city, Mr. Hall
will visit his customers in Arlsona.
3.M wlU buy a kitchen cabinet at Fu-trdlle's.
Always Goods People
Wantj Prices People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled same day received.
We throw all the advertising pressure, all our selling enthusiasm into a merchandise movement for the
benefit of our men folks. This shirt and cants sale has been nlanned on a larrrer scale than evpr h.
A Big Sale of
A Unlaundered Shirts.
economy 01 tne very Dest amd tor
CCP """mess ruening at a season when it would otherwise be dull, and besides we know that our
public are not slow to show their appreciation of these trade benefits. We've had them before. Ready
for you when you read this. Money back, you knnw, if every item is not in every way satisfactory
You can upon ordinary occasions buy a fair quality of shirt at 50c. We offer you during
this sale a good unlaundered shirt, as good as you can buy for half a dollar at 35c
We only have a limited quantity of this lot, so that it will pay you to be on hand early.
All of our best unlaundered shirts, selling up to 75c, go at 45c
NIGHT SHIRT SALE!
If you've a night shirt want this is emphatically the time to mpply it. Suppose you read
carefully the price shavings, then match them with the merchandise. Every shirt in these
lots will sing you a money-saving song.
Our regular 65c line goes at only
Extra good quality Jean Night Shirts, regular value fl.co,
All our better goods reduced in proportion.
WORKING MEN'S PANTS!
Two hundred pairs of Pants, well-made and durable, will be put on sale at only75C a Pair
300 pairs of Pants, selling up to $3.50, will be sold regardless of cost at $1.85 a Pair
New Goods Arriving Dally. An Inspection Solicited. No Trouble to .Show Good.
Staple and Fancy Groceries!
NONB TO KQUAL.
118 Kailroad Ave.,
General Agents Tor W. J. Lemp's St. Louis I'eer.
ELEGANT It ETA I L DEPARTMENT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Outside Ordcra Promptly Attended to.
Prleea Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed
BAGHEGHI & CIOMI,
107 & 109 South First Street, - - Albnqnerqnc, N. H.
Stationery, School Books,
C1IEB1S AID PHOTOSRIPHIC SUPPLIES.
We Carry a Complete Line of Legal Blanks, Blank Books, Cigars,
and Tobacco, Magazines, Periodicals and Newspapers.
O. A.. MATSO N & Co.
JO WE8T RAILROAD AVENUE.
To One Cuitom.ra.
B. Rlggs, opbthalmlo optician, repre
senting us, is located in Albnquerque tor
a short period with "Hawley on the Cor
ner." Eyes tested free. All work guar
anteed. Columbia Optical Co., Denver.
King Mydas' overture, as played by
the Philharmonic orchestra, cannot fall
to bring forth a storm of applause, and
will make every Albuquerquean that at
tends feel proud of this eioellent organi
sation. Ton can find a large and varied supply
of goods required to furnish a house at J,
O. Gideon A Co.'s store on north First
street and at phenomenally low prices.
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
.JUST ONCE A YEAR.
fore. We want you to feel that we've
been studying your best buying in
terests in this matter; want you to be
A 11 f a .i.a . .. ...
tuny impressed witn tn uct that tt
you to buy of these lots. There's
Albuquerque, N. M.
Contractor W W. Strong is patting In
the plate glass in the Armljo block to
day, which will add greatly to the beau
tlful appearance of the new building.
Leave orders for electric bell work at
the office of the Colorado Telegraph and
Telephone company, room 2, First Na
tional bank building.
Yon can save money by bnylng furni
ture just as good as new at J. O. Gideon's
secoud hand store on north First street.
Tubuler, silk soutache, herenles, mo
hair and an endless variety of fancy
braids at Ilfeld's.
It costs nothing to look at new goods.
Arriving daily at the Golden Rule Dry
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
The Year's Event In
very little profit in it for us, but