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T11E DAILY LYMES
Staple aud Fancy Groceries
A lino Hlork of ths be-t Groceries.
Agents fur Chase & Sanborn's
Famous Teas anJ Coffees.
Ill I. Railroad &T.,4ibcqacrqaetI. I.
MONEY 10 LOAN""
On pianos, Qrst-clsss fnrnilure, etc.,
without rennval. Alr-oon diamonds,
v.r.tcht. Jew- Iry, life Insurance poll
elee. Trust reed or any g(sl eecur
ity. Tumi very uiodersle.
20V South Second street, Albunner
que. New Mexico, next door to Veet
era I'nlou Telegraph olllce.
li. A. 8LEY8TEK,
IHE in MAH
Autoiiiktie Telephone No. 174.
RlHiMS 12 & 14 CKOMwKl.L feUK K
207 Railroad Ave.,
X. T. ARMIJO BU1LMNQ.
CALL AT THE
Low Prices sad Courteous TrcatuMol.
E. H. UUHBAR,
tloUM-t Krnttd, ' krnu Oollet'trd.
Oftlr. 114 ttold A..,t'or Ihlnl StrMb
Ki.r 10 ctrut a dime.
HrfVe yui hirt UuuUrted
And buine no tun.
At the AibuqnciQue Steam Laundry
tonitr ltl ivti mud iMMnd C
JAY A. UUBBS. Proprietor,
PALMER & FRANK
Alfalfa, Native Hay, Feed of all
Kinds and Groceries.
422 North First St.
Albuquerque Fish Market...
Fresh KIhU, Oysters, Lobsters,
Crabs, Shrtmps, etc Baltimore
Oysters, freed every (1st to bulk
ud cans. Headquarter (or
Dressed Poultry. Mall Orders
receive prompt attention.
20 sod 201 South Second Street.
PFAI KMH IN
STAPLE ar.d FANCY GROCERIES
214 S. Second St.
I rrHmtry Huttrr
br.t oil f.artti.
Buy or Sell.
IIOO OOI.D AVE.
Wholesale and FUtall.
Mail Order Solicited.
J. 11. 0' 111 ELL Y & CO.,
UK.HUMI-Ur.lr Jtl- li., Hmm-
taruU flu. Hmmplm Kouiu.
Tin work. Whitney Co.
Plumbing and gas titling. Y hltuey Co,
Special sale of white quilts at the Rig
i'.l'M will buy a kitchen cabinet at Ku
Queensware, glassware and tinware at
Bathing Is a luxury at Halm's barber
shop. N. T. Armijo building.
Attend the special nine cent white
goods sale at The Kcouomlst.
Talk about your pretty Jewel belts. Il
teld's have their new stock In now.
Liberty chiffous, something new, at
the Golden Rule Dry (iuods company.
The cheaiieet place lu lowu to buy
shoes Is at A. bluipier's, ou luilnsid ave
Have you examined our specials In em
broideries'' If not, do not tall to do so.
Mrs. L. D. Black desires to take In sew
in if and do dressmaking Work at il'Jl4
anuth Second stieet.
Mrs. K. II. ilurlow, wile of the dlvUlou
nutnti-r mecliubic at liallup, tuwt lu from
the west laet ulUl, and has her name ou
the bturges Kuropeau register.
Iudiau luHiirriCliou may ivmie and go,
but K. K. Trotter ever contiliUHt to k'p
the beet and urgent stock of etuple aud
fancy groril at his store that can be
found u)v.luTe in the souihweet.
Col. Max. Kr.t, editor of the New
Mexican, and R. C. (iortner, the juung
attoiney, ere among their many Albu
guerque fileuds )eAt. rday. The enlonel
one ol the solid Musons ot the territory,
From on(3 of Now Voik'e bctt
and most reliable tailoring es
tablishments. The latest nov
elties in Woolens for
SUITS AND TROUSERS
MADE TO ORDER.
Wo guarantee first-class work
manship and fir ish and
A PERFECT FIT.
Any goods not perfectly satis
factory may be left on our hands.
and attended the meeting last Baturday
night of Royal Ar-h Masons, while Mr.
Qortner saw the sights ot the metropolis
under the guidance of District Court
Clerk Owen. Both gentlemen returned
to Santa Ke last night.
K. K. Trotter makes it a point to han
dle a large stork of cholc fruit, and any
one winding anything la that line will
do well to call at his store on Second
PoetmsNter Orunsfeld sends word to
TiikCtii.kn that Sunday hours will be
olwerved At the postouVe to-morrow, it
being Washington's birthday. It Is also
understood that a number ot merchants i
will observe half-day holiday to morrow.
U. J. Abel wishes to Inform his patrous
that be ran be found hereafter at No. Ho
west Railroad avenue, nearly opposite bis
former place of business, where he will
eudeavor to please theiu as heretofore.
Mrs. Oaks has gone to Chicago and New
fork, and when she returns her beautiful
parlors will be Ailed with all the lovely
millinery novelties for the spring ot
Our special sale of $1.75 meu's pants
and fine shirts at 60 cents. Will eon
tlnue one week only, K. L. Washburn ft
Children under the age ot 12 will be
admitted to the Phllharmouic entertain'
aieut to morrow evening for 83 cents.
It costs nothing to look at new goods,
Arriving daily at the Guidon Rule Dry
Jewel belts in gold, silver and oxlillzd,
S'H with different colored Jewels, at II
Wanted - Dressmaking, cutting and tit
ling. References. No. G22 W. Railroad
(io to A. Simpler to buy a pair of those
Qne velvet slippers for UU cents, worth
The meu's spring suits at Ilteld's Is the
talk ot the town.
Attend the 6 cent remnants sale at The
See the new Tain O'Shauters at Ilfeld
Plumbing and gas fitting. Whitney Co.
Room moulding. Whitney Co.
Calvin Whiting, Insurance.
THE BUSY MAZE
SELLS JU VOSIiYTI-IlNG !
46 'nch bleached pillow case
8x4 unbleached sheeting. ... i5
9x4 unbleached sheeting. . . 171
10x4 unbleached sheeting . , . 20c
8x4 bleached sheeting 7j4c
9x4 bleached sheeting 1 7 4c
10x4 bleached sheetini'. . ,.22,Ac
14 yds Hope bleached muslin. 1.00
CHOCK Ell Y.
3 cups and 3 saucers.
Breakfast plates, doz ....
D.nner plates, doz ,
Soup plates, doz
Bowls and pitchers
Covered vegetable dishes
Decorated chamber set. .
boxing or uraystgo.
WJYI. IvIlHIvli:, liopi'ietoi-.
I lliDO :
THB CUT IN BRIEF.
Personal snd General paragraphs ricked
Op Here and There.
Mrs. Walton's adult class will be held
Thuredsy night, Instead ot Wednesday
night, of this week.
A large congregation greeted the Man
ning brothers at the I.ad avenue Mtho
illxt church lat night. Tl'ey will hold a
revival service again tonight at 7:3')
H. I). McCarty and Joe. B,irnett, two
well-known nluiriKl! of this city, shoul
cb'red thlr gnus this morning, and left
for a day's hunt on the ponds near I.oe
L in as.
Kreil. Viruley, carpenter, who has been
working at his trails lu Kl Paso, the past
year or two. returned to Hie city last
night su l states that he will remain here
in the future.
The Msrtha Washington tea, which was
to be held on Tuesday evening, Keb. 22,
at Mrs. Alba Butler's, has been postponed
until Wednesday eveniug, on account of
the Philharmonic concert.
Miss M. A. Rverltt eulertalued a small
company ot trleuds at her home Satur
day night. The guests enjoyed them
selves at cards aud other amusements
and also partook of a delicious lunch.
The Brontherhood of Firemen have re
ceived word from I'aducah, Ky., directing
that the body of L. K. Faxon be shipped
to that place. I'udertuker strong has
embalmed the remains, which will be
shipped this evening.
Capt. C. D. Rogers, commanding Com
pany G. Kirst regitueut New Mexico Na
tional Guards, who was at Hauta Ke,
returned lant night. While abxeut he
had an lutervlew with Gov. Otero, and
i ITred the services of the local Guards
in case of war with Hpuiu. It is actually
stated, the news coming from the ranks,
that the otlicers of the Guards are bur
nishing the brass buttons and denning
their gnus aud handsome uniforms.
Col. John 8. Clark, of Kast Las Vegas,
who was here to attend the meeting of
Royal Arch Msmiiis. returned to Las
Vegas last night, honoring TllK Citi.kn
ollice, iu company with Col. Msx Krost,
with a visit yesterday. Mr. Ciurk is not
a candidate for the clerkship ot the Las
EXTRA SPECIAL SALE
In TliU Department Every
Tea and coffee pots, , 10 and 15c
5 quart cc ffee boilers 40c
Large square lunch baskets. 35c
Patent Hour sieves 12c
Tea and coffee canisters. . . . 10c
Milk Btrainers roc
Large size painted dust pans. 10c
2 1 qu ut double tin dish pan. 40c
LOWEST PRICED STORE
receive nioinpt attention. No charge for
t l ing how he "got a gait on hiui.v f," irstead f using plain English and saying he 'had to
hust'e" or "he got a move on him." lie was trying to get s'arted home ab .ut II o'clock last
tight, and he had got as far as the ga'.e. About II minutes past It one of those warning voices
that pass in the night came floating out of the door "Mamie, Maimy, Mamyl Come right in
the house, yoa've beeu out there long enough," and the hinges b oke and the young man "got
a gate on him." Sometimes it doesn't pay to "get a gait oa you." It will to-day, though, be
cause in a few days more t licy will all li gon and you bo left. Lo k at thtse prices:
100 Pair Men's Fine Calf Shoes
In nohby tf.es and which are worth $2.50 to $3.00 at
PER 1 75 IPA.IR
200 Pair Fine Welted Calf Shoes
In lace and congress, every pair wa. ranted and
worth $3.50, $4 00 and $ 4.50 at
piLits 2.75 ipair
150 Pair Hannn & Sons Finest Patent Leather
Krameled calf and some plain calf shoes in lace and
empress and worth $6.00 and $6 50 at
1 ' i: it ii 3.75 Spaj
Don't de'ay buying too long, as the supply is limited.
egasJiidiclsldlHtrlct.as some territorial
p ipers have stated, but Is still In the Ue:d
(or the appointment ot snierintiuileut of
he New Mexico p"nltentlnry. Mr. Clark
is one of the true blue republicans of the
territory, standing squarely on the St.
Imls platform, and Thr Citi.kn would
like to see him hold some lucrative posi
tion under the present administration.
Saturday afternoon Miss (ill more en
tertained her older pupils at her home on
south Kdith street. Besides vocal aud
instrumental music, there were several
forms ot entertainment. One ot the lat
ter was the lisiulug ot portraits ot fa
mous composers. The prli.i was won by
Miss Mabel Anderson, aud was a bust of
Mozsrt lu old ivory.
T. B. Clements, the Cerrillos sheep
raiser, whoee ranges are located east of
this city, has his name on tlio Hturges
Kuropeau register. Mr. Clements states
that the eastern rangs are in Que condi
tion, and there Is plenty of snow on the
ground to make good grass lu the spring.
II. P. Rasch, a prominent member ot
the Burlington Blanket company, of Ilur
lingtou, Wis., has returned to the city
and Onds' his wife, whom he left here,
considerably Improved In health. Mr.
kitsch will remaiu sometime 'in the clly,
before returning lo Burlington.
Sam Watson, a faithful employe of K,
K. Sturges, returned lust night from his
iiii-hIoii to Gainesville, Texas, lie left
his sister considerably better lu health.
II. Newman, of Gallup, and J. W. lieu
uett, the merchant and Indian trader, at
II nick's, Arizona, mine In from the west
lust night, and are at HturgeV Kuropeau.
W. Babbitt, the KlagstatT and Kingman
general merchant, Is In the city to-day.
6 tumblers for 2Cc
4 goblets for 35c
Srup pitchers 20c
Kitchen lamp, comp'ete 20c
Bracket lamp, complete 35c
Lamp using No. 2 burner.
Cake stands 45 and 55c
Lanterns , 55c
11 A Kl) WAKE.
Brass pad locks ,,,, 15c
Knob door locks 30c
Steel hatchets 45c
Hand saws 50c
Buck saws 65c
Ratchet braces 60c
Vlonkey wrenches . ... 25 to 65c
Hedge shears 1.00
Tlicre was a young man who lived in Albuquerque who is not
using a pet expression of his to-day. 1 le used it la: t night.
He ii al aya telling somebody, "CVt a gait on you" or he is
Our Special Clothing Sale is
rvxxv itiiinii 4 ArTiTLWirrvniLM
xiin jiiViiiiiiiVi ivvriurj jiahii inn.
Tinware, Woodenware, Pumps.
Plumbers' Supplies, Cutlery, Lamps.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
Donahoe Hardware Co,
120 Gold Avenue.
"V57 HI37jVt Manager.
E. J. POST k CO.,
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN
Our 'US catalogue,
with elegant col
ored plate every
thing new and de
sirable in plants,
V rite for a copy,
Large, sunny, front room, nicely fur
nished. Boani for two it desired. 4ol
north Sixth street.
High novelties in silks and dress goods
Just received at Ilfeld Bios'.
I' t. KS N A I. I. H.K1 II A I' II S.
lr. W. II. II. Plowman, the village
physichm at Hland, Is lu the city to-day.
U.K. Illgi t. a well known miner of the
lkilorts di.trli t, is stopping at the High-
Ivan (iriinsfelil, of the wlolesale dry
g tods llrin at tirunsfeld Hros., lei t for the
wtst last night with his samples.
Kev. Ashuiun, the missionary of the
C mgregational church, held services
yesterduy morning aud evening at Phoe
nix. Kelix Martinez, the general manager
ot the Optic Publishing Company, ot Las
Vegas, paaeed through the city for Kl
Paso last uight.
Hon. W. K. I)aiue, of Cerrillos, a popu
lar citizen of that town, was a visitor to
the metropolis yesterday. He returned
north lust night.
Judge aud Mrs. J. W. Crampacker, with
their tour children, arrived from l.a
forte, lu.l , Saturday utghl aud have
takeu up their home in the Hose resi
dence ou Copper avenue.
Mrs. Ada Morley Jarrelt, of Datll, N.
M , who has been visiting In this city for
the past few weeks, left Saturday night
f ir California lu response to a telegram
announcing the illness ot her daughter.
11. M. Dougherty, the popular district
attorney ot the Fifth Judldial district,
came In from Socorro lost night and
continued north to Denver on Important
lesl matters. He will return to Socorro
Mrs. J. J. Krev, wife of the general
manager of the Santa Ke, arrived from
Topeka last Haturibty night, accompanied
by Mrs. W J 11 luck, wife ot the popular
geueial passenger agent of the same rail
way, Miss Cross, a sister of Mrs black,
and Mrs. Mills. They occupied a special
P. K. ll.irronn, the engineer having
('lisrge ot the surveying for the new
ditch, cams down Saturday night aud
Hpeut yesterday lu this city. He reports
that the surveyors, free from auy kind of
interference on the part of the Indiana,
have made rapid progress and that the
preliminary survey will be completed In
very tew days.
ALBUQUERQUE SHOE STORE,
110', HAILHOAI) AVENt'K,
r. PAIU3NTI, Prop.
L1DIES MSN'S 1KD CHILDREN SHOES
To the satisfaction of pstrons. Repair
ing n' atly performed. Wirk guaranteed.
Ia)i st prict-s.
Ktfty dos m shirts of all description for
men and boy's wear. Strong, well made
and up to-dato gooils, all going at 50
cents. K. L. Washbnrn & Co.
Another car of furniture received by W.
V. Kutrelle this week.
Always Goods People
Want; Prices People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled same day received.
Opening of New Goods,
Making of New Prices.
Bargains that are Bound to Make
the Golden Rule Your Store.
If not already trading with
our customer always. Big Assortment, Small Prices, Courteous
purchases not satisfactory.
Printed Foulard Silks worth 40J, goonlyat. ,y5e
Nice assortment Checked Silks, sold up to
60c a yard, only , , ,4!c
Our entire stock of Plain Colored Silks, consist
ing of Surahs, Failles, Bengaline, Satin Rha
djmes, Silks which sold up to $1.35 a yard,
nothing reserved, at only 38c
Handsome Designs in Figured Silks, selling at
$1.00 a yard, now 7flc
The cream of our Silk Stock, Silks which sold
up to $1.35 a yard, only '. 83c
Our entire Stock of Black Silks and Satins go at
Wo wish to call your attention to our lino of Novelty Dress Pat
terns. Wo claim to have the Choicest Assortment
ever shown in the City No two alike.
Staple and Fancy Groceries!
NONK TO KQIUL. THH KAMUl'U.
118 Jfailroad AveM Albnquerqup, N. M.
O. lUCIIF HI. ESTABLISHED lsstf.
General Agents for W. J. Lemp's St. Louis I'eer.
ELEGANT 11ETAIL DEPARTMENT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Outside Orders Promptly
Prlcea Reasonable and
107 & 109 South First Street, . - Albuquerque, N. H,
(110 Bonth aceond)
Stationery, School Books,
CAMERAS AID PH0T03R1PHIC SUPPLIES.
We Carry a Complete Line of Legal Blanks, Blank. Books, Cigars,
and Tobacco, Magazines, Periodicals and Newspapers.
305 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
Kvery day from 1 p m. to 2 p. m. at the
Albuquerque Bowling Parlors on north
Kirst street. Uo and exercise your
Prof. W. n. Seamon, of the Territorial
School of Mines at Socorro, who is the
Masonic grand lecturer for New Mexico,
will hold schools ot instruction and de
liver Masonic lectures to-night, to-morrow
and to morrow night for the benefit
of the local craft at their ball on north
Word comes from Belen that a large
delegation from that place will be pres
ent to morrow night at Grant's opera
bonse to enjoy the Philharmonic enter
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
us. tret acquainted with us our
Cigars, Tobaccos !
Satisfaction Guaranteed A
Mra. Kuthrrfnrd, on tooth Hroadwiy,
lr tn-iintiliil hair work every day,
( if nwm tie., niitrli iinnU. brarrlvta, too;
Come, kind frieniU, and fiel a few.
No. llli, corner Hnwdway aud iron.
W. W. Jones, the San Msrclal member
ot the board ot commissioners of Socorro
county, at d one of the rquarest gentle
men In central and southern New Mexico,
passed up the road for Santa Ke lost
night, and will return south to morrow
night, being In Socorro on Wednesday,
and at bis San Marcial home ou Thurs
day. Alhuqnerqueans should skip this item
It Is uuly to Inform new residents that
Cerrillos anthracite and bituminous coal
Is the most economical. Halm & Co.
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
dualities, our prices, and vou will be
Treatment. Monty refunded on all
Plaids, Checks and Fan.ies, sold up to 25c a
yard, only 11
AH-Wool Serges in all the leading colors, would
be considered a bargain at 50 cents, go at
only.... :i3c a Yanl
All-Wool Fancy Spring Suitings, cheap at 4SC,
only :i:ic 11 Vanl
A nice lot of Spring Novelty Suitings at
34lc uiul ;) a Yflrtl
All our Blick Dress Goods, comprising the latest
Styles and Weaves, go at reduced prices.