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THE DAILY CITIZEN
ALBUQCKKQUK. APRIL 6. 1M
By instructions from Chase &
San burn we are authorized to sell
Java and Mocha Coffee at the
following prices :
45-cent coffee at. . .40 cents.
40-cent coffee t. . .35 cents.
35-cent coffee at ... 30 cents.
30-ceat toffee at ... 3S cents.
' 35-cent coffee at. . .20 cents.
ED. IMilKR
111 I. Railroad It., ilbaqaerqna, 1. 1.
MONEY TO LOAN
On piano. flrst-claaa fnrnlture, etc,
without reausl. Alno on diamonds,
walobea, Jewelry, llf Insurance poli
cies. Trust deeds or any good secur
ity. Terms very moderate.
II. SIMPSON.
too South Second street, Albuqner
qne, New Meiteo. nml door to v. out
er a Union Telegraph office.
B. A. SliEYb'IRlt,
THE i MAN
1E1L BST1TK.
NOTiRT PUBLIC
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
BOOMS It A 14 CKOMWKLL BLOCK
COMER & GLAESNEK,
Tailors
207 Railroad Ave.,
N. T. ARMIJO BUILDING.
CAl.Lt AT TUB
PEOPLE'S STORE.
(UIUULANU BUILDING.)
FKESH CROCER1ES.
FRUITS. VEGETABLES
J. A.hKlNNbJi,
Low Prices and CourUoua Trtati.Mtit.
E. U. LUMBAR,
III
IFloauX Batate,
iluum Rented Rente Collected.
loaue NegotuieU.
OIm, S84 Oold Ats., Cor Third Street,
QHI3FIT8
Fur 10 cent dim.
Hav your lUIri Uuadiisd
Auti tvutu ou Um.
At tfaft Alb(,oerqn Steam Uandry,
0rar CtmI m4 sH.
JAY A. HUBBS, Proprietor,
lhe
1 414.
ALBUQUERQUE SHOE STORE,
110 RAILROAD AVKNVE,
at. ap.Ajn.xajwrx, Ptojj.
MAKES
UDIKS' IEVS 1ID CH1LDBE1 SHOES
To ths satisfaction of patrons. Repair
lng neatly performed. Work guaranteed.
JjoweM prices.
Albaqaerqne fish Market..
Fresh Kino, Oysters, Lobsters,
- Crabs, Shrlinps, ete. Baltimore
. Oysters, frenh every day In bulk
and eaus. Ueadguarters for
Dressed Poultry. Mall Orders
reoel v prompt attention.
30a and 201 Sosih Second Street.
1882
1898
F.G.Pfatt&Coi
Sole Agent
l Rtnu and
(Ho brmnd
amitd
UIALBHI IN
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
214 S. Second St
HIllibOTO
Creamery Putter
Beet oa Kanh.
Order
Solicited
live Delivery-
Drugs!
Wholesale) and Ratall.
Mall Order Solicited.
J. II. O'lUELLY & CO.,
ALBl'QCKRQCK. KKW 1IKIIC0
CITY NEWS.
ailUULAHU Lovely Made Ualay He-
taaraab ataa Saaapie Boaaa.
Tin work. Whitney Co.
Btove repairs st Futrelle's.
Floor matting. W bltney Co,
Curios and drawn work at MaUon's.
Black goods sale this week at Ilfeld's.
Bicycles on luetaJlments. Ilabn A Co.
Plumbing and gas ntttcg. W bltney Co.
Klondlks 8 day strike clocks, only 3 at
jraireiie.
Special hosier sals at The Economist
this week.
Special sale on cotton goods at Golden
Kuie ury uooos u.
Bee the new style suits and spring
wraps lor ladle at meld a.
Bailor bats, the first of the season, and
beauties, loo, at the Big btore.
Big sale now on at Golden Bule Drv
Goods Co. Muellus, sheeting, glugbaius
ana cotton goons 01 an siuua.
It Is Impossible to niaks a mis take In
your spriug buying. It you select from
ins great lair prtoed stock of l bs Koouo
nils!.
"Here Is a leueou tbat be who runs
may read; the man on the Columbia 1
always in the lead.' Sift aud !b. llahu
a, co.
Board aud room at lira. II. E. Rattier
lords: aleo furnished room for light
housekeeping. 113, corner Irouaveuue
aud south Broadway.
Mary Ann Harrison baa Instituted dl
voroe proceedings agalusl ber husband,
Matthew Uarrleun, charging desertion.
non-support, cruelty, etc.
James Gorman, who has been In charge
ot lb men at work ou the Jones copper
mine in me aeciuiieum mountains,
luiormea IHI utizkm yesterday
mat soins of ine ors aeut to
ihlosgo ny Mr. Joues assayed
from jO to 0 to the Urn. Mr. Jones la
now lu Chicago, where be will arrange to
oegm in wurougn development of the
property on bis return to ibis city.
The Lemoerat has appointed Itself
censor ol the quality ot KnglUb used by
TaiClTUKN. It says tbe latter used
"bad grammar," aud cllea the Ulandard
dictionary as Its authority for using the
terms "bad grammar." This paper will
CJUUAU to Ua lil good Old Wetalar Vol-
11m notwithstanding. Weheter says In
hi definition of the word "grammar:"
"It la the art of speaklngor writing with
propriety or correctness, according to en
tabllehed neage." Horn, rteeplte the al
leged schoolmaster on the Denocrat,
there la only one quality of grammar,
and that Is neeeeearlly "good."
There are etandlng In the local railway
yard four tourlal and two standard
sleeping cere. They are esneeted to leave
on Friday, In he ned In the transfer of
the fort Apache tronpe from that piece to
the Jefferson barrark In Missouri. There
I a likelihood, however, of the tronpe be
ing ordered eouth before they reach that
point All re-enllatlng mo at Fort
Apache are transferred to New Orleans.
Ladlee wearing nnmber t. S and
ehoee, can secure emu great bargain at
A. Simpler' clewing out eale, aa he has
an unusually large etock of theee nnm
ber In ehoee which ninet be dl.poeed of
at any eacrluce.
Will. Kdala wa killed from an eiplo
inn of giant powder, near Hall' ranch
In the Ulerra Oernra mountain, a short
distance from Hen Antonio. The body
wa burled April 8.
Theeprlng term of the Alhnqneran
Kindergarten will begin Tueeday, April I.
when a new claaa will be formed. Ada
Fhllbrlck, directress.
Office room for rent In the rear Am-
bmeio Arnilln building, opposite the op
era hnnee. Apply to John llorrsdalle.
Read Golden Rule Dry Good Co. adver
tisement. Special al on muslin and all
kinds of cotton good.
Nice lodging rooms, 25 cents per night.
at No. lit First street. Mrs. P. Fsreuti,
proprietress.
Lappet mnll curtains, the lateet fad,
2 and 1 160 per pair, at the Big Htore.
Columbia and Hartford blcyclM at all
price from $.6 up. liabn A Co.
to anroRT ihi aaaocacu,
Okarlee t. Boad Hsra la the latereet r
the aeaia F neadhoMera.
Charles P. Bond, the financial editor of
the Uueton Journal, who ha beeu pend
lug some time In Mil elly aud territory
In the Interest of Mr. Cheney and otber
bondholders of the Haul Ke. left for bis
borne laet night, accompanied by bis
wife. Uls nilmlon here wa to Invesll
gat the resource of the country through
which the Han la Ke paeee and to make
a report on the name to the bondholder.
Mr. Bond was very favorably tm preened
with what he saw out bere and will em
body hi views of the country In some
letter to be published In the Boston
Journal.
Veeterdey O. N. Karron took Mr. and
Mrs. Bond out for a drive about the city
and showed them the principal place of
Interest.
Hach fres the Chaea.
Fred. Fornoff, special officer, who was
sent out by the bants Fe PaclQe to as
sist the posse In pursuit of the Grants
train rob Iters, returned laet night. In or
der to work for bts friends recently nom
inated for the city oftlces, and wsa no
ticed niovlug with train robber speed
among the voters of the Fourth ward
at noou to-day. Mr. rornotl intimated
that the poeee did good work In trailing
the rotibera, who, alter holdlng-np the
train for s tew minutes aud shooting off
their firearms, left in a eouthweeterly
course for the Luna valley, and It Is his
opinion that the right parties
will soon be captnred. After get
ting to Grant, Mr. FornnS mounted
a lively niouuWln pouy, and, llh sev
eral more determined men, traversed the
0011 u try between Uraut and Slaughter's
horse camp. Mr. FornnS then returned
to Grants, and the balauce of
the pwse continued the "round-nn
In the hope of ruuutng down the bold
train bandits. It Is the opinion ot Mr.
rornon that ins men who did the work
are cowboys.
Old maad Meat,
That people do read advertisements.
and tbat II pays to advertise In a journal
that has a wide circulation like Thi ClT
ir.iN, the following I given In evidence:
three or four gentlemen were seated lu
a car ot a train that was coming east
from Magsian tne other day. au were
reading the latest news In Ium Citizcn.
doon oue, a stranger to the others, reached
over, an I with bis finger on the adver
tisement ot Schneider & Lit, asked "If
anyone present knew Mr. Liz s Christian
nsuie " He was promptly told "Krneet."
"Is thst sor he answered. "Erurst Lis
and I were chums twenty years ago In
France." TV hen the geutleman. whose
name was A. Metsgar, arrived In Albu
querque be Immediately bunted np Mr.
LI 1, and thus two old friends were
brought together through a card In The
Citi.kn.
AaaoaaoeaBeat.
Panl Devanut," as presented by the
Edna Paige company last evening, was a
grand success. 1 be eotnptny has been
strengthened since their previous en
gagement bere, and the performance last
night waa far superior to any that they
rave ouriug tneir last engagement
Ibey have an entire new repertoire of
plays and will present nothing during
ine wees mat tuey uiayea wneu uere be
fore. To night they preeent a new farce
remedy, entitled. "The Three bilk Hats.'
1 lie election returns will be read from
the stage.
THE BUSY
The Store That Undersells.
DRY GOODS.
CLOTHING.
HATS.
NOTIONS.
FURNISHING GOODS.
MILLINERY.
MAIL ORDERS
WM. KIEKE, Proprietor.
Words!
In advertising, like everywhere else, create a certain
impression.
Actions!
Either verify and strengthen them or grind them to dust.
Our Intentions!
Like those of all other merchints, are to create the best
possible impression with our words our advertisements.
Our highest aim is, haa always been and will always be, to
make the impression we have created a lasting and a
growing one by our actiens, our prices and our goods,
and by always having the combination of right prices and
right quslitic a. If we say we are giving bet'er varat-s now
in all lines, than have ever been offered before in the city,
it may impress some that we are selling pretty cheap.
This is an impression we can ht ighten for you, by show
ing you our goorfa and quoting again our prices. It may
impress seme (those who have never traded with us) that
this is merely "talk," an impression which we can destroy
in a minute, if you give us a chance to show you what we
are doing. litre are a few items which must be seen to
be appreciated:
Ladies' Wrappers!
Indigo Bins Print Wrappers
Peres le VYrepper. n light,
brld,each 00. $1 40,
Black Bateeu Wrapper, w lib
Ribbon
Turkish Towels!
In endless quantities, bleached and onbleached, at two for....;...2Se
10c. 15c. 20e and 25o aaeh and throa for 1.00.
W orth 26 to 60 per cent more.
Ladies' Skirts!
From $1 00 upward. In all the new styles In black and popular
colors. In the new Bayadere effects and Plaids.
ROSEIMWALD BROS.
STOVES
HAED WARE
Tinware, Wooden ware, Pumps.
Plumbers' Supplies, Cutlery, Lamp.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
Donahoe Hardware Co,
Railroad Ave. and Third St,
TBB CITT Ut BRIEF.
rci-Msal and General Psrsgrspbs Mtkea
Up Hers ana There.
Neither the city council nor the board
of education held a meeting laet night.
Rehearsal for "Krmlnle" at kindergar
ten room this evening at 730 sharp.
All who bars books bring them.
A special train consisting of seventeen
carloads of carriage stock paseed throngh
the etty this mor lng from ht. Louis to
8an Francisco. This Is the first train of
the kind that has ever gone through
this city.
The finishing touches on ths new Ar
mljo block are now beiug mad nnder
the direction of Architect Cristy. Tbe
block Itself Is a handsome structure and
a credit to ths city, while ths offices on
the second floor are airy and commodious.
Ths miner and prospector, Seymour
Ball, who was bere yesterdav purchasing
supplies, returned to Las liuertas eauyon
ehis morning, where C. W. Kckert and
others ars developing tahe old Montrsnm
mine aud several mors promising
mines.
Manager Wright, of ths Hotel High
land, la proving a model hotel-keeper
ana me improvements going on are
nnder bis personal supervision. Tbe of
Bee part of the Highland baa been thr
oughly modernised, and a nice counter
has just been added.
Architect E. B. Cristy baa completed
plans and specifications for lbs ten-room
frame house, stable and carriage bouse
wnicn Uovernor Htover Intends to con
struct on tbe vacant lots opposite the
park. The plans are now recelviug the
consideration ot contractors who will
maks bids on tbe work lu ths near fn
ture.
111ns Abrsnis, who recently returned
from Los Angeles, will glvs a minstrel
show, assisted by local talent, at the
opera bouee on Wednesday evening,
April 27. Tbe company will be known
as ths "Star Minstrels," and Monday,
Wednesday and Friday evenings of each
Mixed House Paints, per gallon $1.40
Floor Paint, per gallon 1 ,40
Mr. Potts' Sad Irons, per et 1 .00
Flower Pots, all aizes 6c to .35
Wagon Covert 2.00 and 3.50
Step Ladders 65c to 1.40
Handsome Glass Lamps .70
Croquet Sets. J.25
Ingrain Carpet, per yard..., 45
Linoleum, per square yard 45
Lawn Rakes , 35
Garden Hose..... 35
50-Foot Rubber Hose 4 . 50
Flower, Garden
Field Seeds.
RECEIVE PROMPT
65e
dark snd medium colors, trimmed with
$1.25 and fl.OO
small floral design, trimmed with Hehy
.".$1.86
week have been decided opon for re
hearsals; those taklug part will meet on
these evenings at tbe Kindergarten on
South Becoud street, . ,
Tbi Citizen regrets to mention that
Miss Clauds Albright Is eoutlned to hei
room with a serious attack of la grippe.
Being much Improved since yeeleruat
evening. Tag Citizin with ber many ad
mirers hopes for her complete and early
recovery within a few days-. r
Exoelsior Lodge No. 1. D of II. A. 0. C.
W. will give a dance at Odd Fellows'
hall, Wednesday, April 6. Admission,
geutlemen, 60 cents; ladles free, t-
UOLDIHO ri BLIO ATTBNTMJI
Is easelr than retaining public confi
dence. The veriest Imposter, can do the
former, while tbe latter Is only gained
by years of bnneet dealing. But we do
twin, ne compel attention by oar styl
ish stock of
811018, 1'
And oar wonderful prices, sad the con
fidence comes through tbs high quality.
Wa foist no old, shop-worn or baaa num
ber footwear on our customers. Only
bright, new, stylish snd high grads shoes
are offered tor sale. Here are some ot the
hoe specials: . ,, .
MISSES' KANGAROO CALS SHOE.
Laee Bad hatlnn. monA waartn sad aaat
looklag .hiMS. slsas, 11 to a, at Si SO a
pair.
eama goods, slae 8! to 11, at SI SS a
pair.
MISSES' BKST DOMOOI.A KID SHOES.
Laeaa aad halloa, slsee, 1 1 ta S, al S 1.80 a
pair.
a. a-oods, slaea,Si to 11, at Sl.SS a
pair.
no ITS' SHOES.
Hood wearing, slroaa .hm for hard sor
Vlra, alar., 1U1 1int pair,
aiaaa IS 10 S at tl.AO a pair.
Ws employ a reliable shoe maker and
will do your repairing as chrso as von
can get It done anywhere, and nothing
but tbe beet leather used. We guarantee
our goons to give good wear, aud II uot
sallefactory, ws will make them good.
GRO. C. GilNHLIT,
Reliable Shoe Uealer,
No. 122 South Second Street. , -
MAZE
1'.
GROCERIES.
CROCKERY.
HARDWARE.
GLASSWARE.
HAY.
GRAIN.
ATTENTION.
Hals. Hals. Hals.
We have just opened up our
STETSON HATS
For this Season, both Soft and Stiff.
They are the s;une old Prirc, $1.00 and
$5.00, but they aro Finer and
Better than Ever.
See OurJftOO Hats.
See OiirJUO Hats.
See Our 25c. Caps.
They Aro World-B eaters.
SIMON
I Tho R. R. Avenuo Clothier. J
Stationery, School Books,
C1IEBAS AID PHOTO'RIPHIC SUPPLIES.
We Carry a Complete Line of Legal Blanks, Blank Books, Cigars,
and Tobacco, Magazines, PeriodkaU and Newspapers.
O.A.MATSON & Co.
SO WEST RA'LROAD AVENUE.
1 ' "V
. ii t1 artl'ST. H a
CHEKNBV.
Oaroeubert, Bap Sago, Fromage '
Neufohatel, Devilled, de Brie.
Pineapple, Kdaui, German Hand
Harniaan, Gorgon sola. Sage,
Roquefort, Wie. Cream, Salad.
Swnw Cream, Imp.Llmbur Stilton,
Imp. Swiss, ger, Colo. Cream,
Wis. Swiss, Domestic McClaren,
Brick, Llmburger, Club Home,
Mususter, Durham N. X. Cream,
Cream,
, Ban Johe Markit.
.
-. Walt! Waltt Welti
I have, Just reoel ved word that my or
der for 1,0(U ladles' low cut shoes, or
dered last winter for ths spring trails,
cannot be countermanded aa mauy of the
shoes have already been made. I will
offer sums rars bargains in this line of
shoes as soon ss they arrive, which will
be within ten days or two weeks. Tbe
stock will contain all sites snd It will
pay Intending purchasers to wait until
they arrive. A. biMfikB.
A well pleased customer Is the beet ad
vertisement. Ask a Columbia or Hart
ford rider If be Is satislled with his
mount, $16 np. Hahn & Co.
Klondike sewing machines, guaranteed
B years, only ilU.75 at Futrelles.
PERSONAL PAKAORAfBS.
Hon. Nelll B. Field returned from l a.
Crucee last night.
W. N. Townsend. the Santa Fe tele
graph man, la In the city to-day.
Bernard Schuster cams un from Kl
Paso laet night to see ths city's sights.
W W. Clark, the hotel keeoer ot Kellv.
down In Socorro oouuty, Is lu lbs city to
day.
Henry Lockhart and Ferd. Levy, who
were at Ulaud, returned to Ibe city last
ulgbt,
Mrs. DeutHchland. ot Los Luuas. la
here on a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
i iTsuer.
Duncan MacGllllvray. ot the Clilllll
sheep raising neighborhood. Is al blur
gee' Kuropeau.
C. 0. Button, a Chicago fireman who Is
a health seeker, will arrive here fruiu Kl
faeo to-morrow to try our delightful
climate.
Attorney Benbam, ot Las Crooes.
Keened through laet night on his way to
is old home In Nebraska, where his
mother Is very 111.
A. A. Grant, orourletor and dictator ot
ths Democrat, arrived In the city laet
nigut iroin ma nan rraucisoo ouice, aud
is uktug lu the election to-day.
lion. K. A. Reynolds, ths well-known
miner, who was here the pent tew days,
left laet night tor Colorado (Springs, Colo.
He will return to the city lu about teu
days.
D. McKee, of Pueblo, arrived here to
remain tudehultely, baviug secured em
ployment al the Santa Fe Pacllle eliops.
Ue Is stopping at the home of hi sUier,
Mrs, James Hogau, 117 north Sixth
street.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward, of Chicago, who
have beeu bere for some days, have takeu
aparluieuls with Mr. aud Mrs. A. J.
Lamb, 21s uortn waiter street, sir.
Lamb's brother, Owen V. Lamb, la es
peeled to arrive bere ehortly from W oed
port, N. X. Me will be engaged with his
brother.
The officers ot Albuquerque lodge. No.
81, Fraternal Union of America, were in
mailed laet night by D. F. S., K. Vau
Norton, of Denver. The new officers are:
Fraterual maeter, W. C. Mouttort; jus
tice. Dr. F. bishop 1 secretary, Mrs. h. L.
Miller 1 treasurer, F. A. Llllle; protector,
A. W. Hajdeui guide, F. X. Quler; stew
ards, Mrs. K. 8. ('ummlugs aud J. T. Kit
woodiseultuel, W. W. Llllle; truth, Mrs.
M. Frank; mercy. Mrs. F. A. Llllle. The
degree was oouferred upon seven candi
dates, aud a bouutlful supper was aleo
served during ths evenlug by the lady
members uf ths order.
STERN,
Beef Was Never So High
grade, or so fine, that it was too good
for our stock. The choicest that ever
fed upon pasture lands or drank from
a clear running brook, is what wc
look for and gtU That cow that was
In such good condition that it jumped
over the moon, would have been the
meat for us if we could have dressed
it. When you want p'lme, juicy
meats call upon us, and you will get
the finest in the land.
SAN JOSE MARKET
Pretty Easier Verde,
From 2c to 25e
W ax eggs be
Kggdyee 4e
2 dosea Kansas Kggs 2Gc
Thi Maz.
Co-Partaenhlp Motloo.
The real estate. Insurance and general
commission business heretofore conduct
ed by W. P. Me tea If. will be hereafter
carried on by W. P. Metcalf and Loo R.
Strauss, under the Qnu name of Metcalf
A Strauss. W. P. Mrtcai.',
Loo R. BTRAUUS.
Ofllces, Cromwell block.
To the Volar or Albaqaarqaa.
You are requested to call at the Golden
Rnle Dry Goods company and boy a pair
of suspenders for !ioc which are worth 60c
to 75c a pair.
Lateet novelties In pompadonr and side
combs. Roeenwald Brothers.
Special sale ot black dress goods at
The Kcouomlst.
Attend ths great dress goods sals at Ths
Economist.
Room moulding. Whitney Co.
Picture frames. W hltney Co.
Flue stationary at MaUon's.
Calvin Whiting, Insurance.
Special T
Sale. 1
m
Our Prices Are Unmatchable.
Wo will sell you Cotton Goods 10 per cent less than any other
store in tho city. If interested kindly read on.
NOTE THE PRICES.
MATCH THEM IF
200 pieces shirting prints 3c
50 pieces new spring style prints 4o
joo pieces Indigo and Turkey red prints. . . 4c
too pieces apron ginghams , 3e
150 pieces 36-inch Percales, we have no
narrow or 30-inch Percales 7c
150 pieces English Percales, the best made. 9c
300 pieces Sateen 8c
35 pieces cotton cheviots 410
36-inch double fold cheviot, former price
15 to 20c tic
Special on all Towels, Napkins
A. J. MALOY.
-xajsaAe-.T.
Staple and Fancy Groceries!
XUB
HOUSE
CANNED
GOODS!
K0N TO KQDAL.
118 Railroad Aye.,
0. BACIIEHI. ESTABLISHED 18SS.
HOTEL.
Wboleaal
Liquors, Wines,
Cigars, Tobaccos
AND
BAR SUPPLIES.
General Agents for W. J. Letnp'g St. Louis Beer.
ELEGANT RETAIL DEPARTMENT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Ontalde Order Promptly Attended to.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
BACHECHI & CIOil11,
jProprictors,
107 & 109 Sontb First Street, Albuquerque, N. H.
I DIAMONDS
WATCHES
MAYNARD
(US Sooth B ad) JEWELER
E. J. post k CO.,
HARDWARE.
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
AT.TiTJoxrjnn.c?Tna
MADAM ADELAIDE.
SCIENTIFIC PALMIST
Do not confound P.lml.lry with Fortune Telling. Palm 1st ry la a ateleaee.
Madam Adelaide baa devoted years to thi. study id the school of
CHEIRO
THa WOSLU'SMBRtTRST Pt.lia)T. She re.d, CSSSSCTLV
from the llnea in your band., of the past and future. What you are be adaptr.1
for, whether lucky or unlucky. Marriage, divorce, happlueas, and will waro you
of whatever may stand In your way In lbs future.
FEE: 50 Cents for Ladies and 75 Cents tor Gentlemen.
Readings given at sei'TH BS10 4UW V. daily, from 10 to la a. m. and Slot
p. m. fur a 1.1 a. I tea time only. Come early and avoid the ru.b.
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DRY GOODS COMPANY.
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BELL'S
SPBINGS
CBEAMEIiY
BUTTE H
THS FAMOUS.
Albuquerque, N. M.
G.OTOMf.
Dealer, la
FINE JEWELHY
ONTaa-CV 3WZX33CXOO
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YOU CAN.
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-I Special
. J J Sain.
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ISO pieces new style gingham, zephyr cloth,
Madras cloth, newest styles 8c
Lonsdale muslin, 36 inches wide So
Fruit of Loom muilin, 36 inches wide
Good 36-inch muslin, bleached 410
Good 36-inch unbleached muslin 410
Good bleached sheeting, 2 yards wide, .llc
Better aheeting than Pepperell, xi yards
wide ICo
Good pillow cases, size 36x45, at 70
Good ready-made sheets, 3x3 yi yards 40o
and Table Linen.

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