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Til E DAILY CITIZEN
AI.Hi;gt'KHg('.K. MAY ). IKUS
By instructions from Chase A
San burn we are authorized to sell
Java and Mocha Coffee at the
45-cent coffee at. , .40 cents.
40-cent coffee at. . .35 cents.
35-cent coffee at, . . 30 cents.
30-cent coffee it.,,as cents.
5-cent coffee at. . ,ao cents.
114 1. EHIroid lf.,ilt)QQnfi;qae,I. I.
MONEY 10 LOAN
On pianos, first-class fnrnltnre, ete,
without removal. Aleoon diamonds,
watch. Jewelry, life Insurance poli
cies. Ttu-l deeds or any good secur
ity. Terms Terr moderate.
tog Sooth Second street, Albuqner
qua, New al-xieo, di( door to Kwt
era Union telegraph otnee.
B. A. SLEYSIEK,
Antninatio Telephone No. 174.
BOOMS 11 & 14 CKOMWKLI, BLOCK
MM & GLAESNER,
207 Railroad Ave.
N. T. ARMLJO HUlLLlNfl.
CALL, AT THE
Low Prices ana Courteous TrcatiucaU
Vn 10 cM dime.
Have youi .Out l.uuurlsd
Aud bum 00 time.
At U Aibaijuerqae Steam Laanary,
Corwt Vml Md Sims M.
JAT A. HUBBS, Proprietor,
ALbUQU.KyU SUOK STOKE,
1104 KAlLkOAD AVKNLE.
Xs. PAZUaNTX, Xror.
LADIES' IEYS IID CHILDREI SHOES
To the satisfaction of patrons. Repair-
Ing neatly performed. Work guaranteed.
Ubuqaerque Fish Market.
KrMh Klah, Oysters, Lobsters,
Grata, Shrimps, etc Baltimore
OysUim, fresh every day In bulk
aud cans. Headquarter (ur
Dreesed Poultry. Mall Orden
receive prompt attention.
30 tad 20 Seats Second Street.
ME LI Ml & EAKIN.
Wholesale ml Retail Liquor Dealers,
Family trade aopplird at Wholrui price.
NViiiy. All hr ttantUrd txnJ vi S . Lauib
and (Milwaukee botiirU beer luttink. K ril
tMlriuaid a. ill Mradiitu nuiii tu ConnccUuu
aud n at bul.trtiu lix-oii liuiu U10 ne.
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
214 8. Second St.
Beet uu bas ui.
Tin work. Whitney Co.
Stove repair at Kutrelle's.
Floor matting. W Ulluey Co.
Hue stationary at Maleon '.
Calvin Whiting, lnxurauoe.
16 men's suits tor f 11. W at Welds'.
Curios and drawn work at Matsou'a.
Parasol aud umbrella sale at Ufeld's.
Plumbing aud gas fitting. W ultuey Co.
Bicycles on Installment, liahn A Co.
Ladiee' ribbed Trot tor Se at Ufeld's
Guutber's caudles at Uawley's on the
Everything (or the flower garden. Ives,
A new line of Leek belts, just received,
al the KouuouiutL
The Sigsbee hat the very latent, at K.
L. Washburn & to.'.
Bee the barifaluit In new furuttura Just
arrived at uuelle'a.
For lieu t Nicely furnlehed rooms at
till. North becoud street
The latent sty lee of Due ladles' low aud
high shoes at A. blusters.
Attend the special sale of shirt walsto
at the Kcououiut this week.
Latent novelties lu pouiadour aud side
eombs. how u v. aid brothers.
kleu's (outwear of all descriptions at
A. biuiptei's closing out sale.
Ladles' flue tiueiery, the regular 85c
quality, at live pairs (or (1 at illeld's.
Just received full Hue o( tiuuther't
flue caudles al Hawley's on the coruer.
This Is the week to buy corsets at II
Id's, bpejlal sale of summer corsets.
A new Hue of embroidered chiffons, lu
all colors, only 4a cents a yard, at the
The (reeheet stuck of staple and (anry
grooeriee are to be found al liell ic to.'n,
Freeh vegetables, fruits tu seamm,
poultry aud ttiple groceries, al bell &
Ca's, becoud slert.
A full aiMurtmeut of children's low
butlou ehoes to be sold at cost al A. blui
pier's clotting out sale.
Mothers, keep lu mind that (toys' One
wanh suits are only 4I.6U, and oild pauls
filly ceiits, at K. L. Waehburu it Co.'.
J. L. liell & Co., the grocers, suoMHore
to K. K. 1 roller, are prepared to f uruUh
everything lu their Hue at the lowet.1
5to 1B saved on your spring suit,
best Hue of woolens lu towu to select
from, llalderiuau, 14 south becoud
K. 8. Kodey Is slated to deliver the next
lu the set Irs of legal atldrrsses at the
lulversiiy of New Mexico ou Thursday
uioruiug, the luih, at 1 1 a. m. His sub
ject, "luUtruatloual Law," and more
' M !L 1 Pill WsnuiiHi 1 , ,, a;
partlentarlf the rights and obllgntlorm
of ueniral iialiims, and our Jimtlncatlon
fur enloring upon the prevent war, ha a
peculiar Interest at this time. The niib-J-rl,
a It will lie Imnilled by Mr. KnOev,
111 wen repay a mil to the unlvera tv
('ai)t. It (1. WhltrYimh. a ncn Grand
Army veteran, rolled at thlsnfllce at nnun
to day, and stele.) that he heard the heavy
raiilionading In this city on Hedneeday
niiirning, reiHtrled by M. V. htumm.
Someone, not Innillmr with ( apt. W hit
comb and his well regulated haht,,
nilKht now axk what kind of drinking
water he nea. Tm ( ITitK.M here rleee
tit explain that the gentleman Is the pro-
firlet ir of Camp nblicoinb and that the
ieel water In the mountain are at his
report However, on the night of the
raiinniiadlng Mr. H Mteouib stopped over
in tins my.
Oeorge 11. Crot. f .r years connected
ith the Santa Ke N v Mexican, now the
special CorreHpnndei t and repreeentative
of the iNMiver Itepubiicaii, fame In from
the north laet nliht, and made a pleaeant
rail at this t flice this morning, he will
flflve Alliliqilergue a good eentl off In the
Kepiibllraii, by all (mIiU the beet news
paper puhliMhed In lienver.
Frank Wood aame up from Mexico
I M night and met Mies HuMe Hav. who
arrived from Michigan on the train from
the north. They Immediately called nit
on Kev. A. C. Welch, at the MelhodMt
parsonage and were united by the holy
blinds of nialremnny. Tbey will leave
fur Meileo to night where they will make
ihelr future home.
Judge John Y. Hewitt, a well known
politician and veteran from the W lilte
Oak mining district is In the city, at
tending the New Mexico encampment of
the lirand Army of the Kepulillc Mr.
Hewitt reports his section of the territory
hn a boom In the stock and mining
circles, aud states thai the Old Abe Is all
Another Improvement has been Inau
gurated at the Zleger Cafe. It Is a bran
new clock, which Is regulated every honr
by the Wetrn Colon te graph com
pany. In other word, by the United
A young man Oiled with patriotism
started to the recruiting ulllre to enllet
bnt stopped al Futrelle'e. saw how cheap
furniture was, and decided to get married
snd let r'utrell furnish his house from
kitchen to parlor.
At the opera honae, one night only, Mr.
M. A. Held and Mine (irace Hawks, in "A
(xmntry Jay," supported by a well selec
ted cant. For beuetit of baee ball cluh.
Admlselnn, 60 cent. Seats on sale at
lr. II. 8. Browne, the St. Johnebury,
Vt.eapltallHt, hai returned to the city
from an eastern vMt. The doctor l the
father of Mrs, H. J. Kmeranii, wife of the
assistant cashier of the baukot Com
Mrs. Ben ham and daughter left last
night for Thornton, where they took Per
ley Vt aeon's stsge this morning for
Hland. Dr. Beuham Is located there In
the practice of his profession.
Judge Frank Buchanan, a well-known
vel" from the (iem city, nu the south. Is
to-day In the metropolis, and bis famlllir
tlgure was noticed among the Urand
Army boys to-day.
Hon F. W. Parker, the popular judge
of the Third dlxtrict, paneed up the road
for Santa Fe lard night, lie expects to
return this evening, and continue on to
Would like a few more pupils In elocu
tion, voice building and Dramatic read
ing. For further particulars call at the
W hibKin Music company.
W arm weather hain't come In reality
yet, but don't worry. It's coming, be
prepared; now Is your chance. Our special
sale. Koeenvtald broa.
fientlemen who wish to drees with taete
thnitld examine oar blue serge suits at
$i:l5t; sold by others from tlSlotJU
K. 1.. Waehburn A Co.
W have eonclmled to continue the sale
on our all-wool, well trlmrue.1 and maile
lo order $10 suits. Ualdrrman, SIS south
An experience of years enable J. L.
Bell A Co. to furnlnh just what their cus
tomers want. Orders solicited; tree de
livery. When yon get tired of buying the boy
ihoe that don't wear, try K. U W'aeh
hurn A Ca's "Marvel" wear reenters, at
C. W. Trimble, the big sheep buyer
from Fori Collins, Colo.. Is In the city.
and Is stopping at Bturges Kuropean.
Chas. I'retx. K. J. Uavttt and John
Shannon, registering from Topeka, are at
the Hotel Highland.
A complete line of Dotted meats and
delicacies tor luncheons aud picnics, at
Louis Iluning, the Los Lnnas ranch
man and stock raiser, Is In the city.
A new line of patriotic emblems and
ties just lu, at the hcouoiulat.
Have you seen the new military belts
tor ladles, at the KcouontlHlr
W hite enameled ttednteads, dressers and
rockers, at r ulrelle s.
Novelties In our qaeensware depart-
aunt n miiey uo.
Attend the special sale this week at the
THE WHITNEY COMPANY
M'Cormiek Mowing Machine,
.... The Very Best Made.
Brass unci Iron Bedsteads,
That make yo feel cool during these hot nights. They
Muties, call and aue them and see our styles and prices. CHILI
A R K I AGES Styles and prices within the reach of all.
. . Hardware, Farnitnre, and Crockery . .
DOMESTIC IMPORTED DINNER SETS From $10.00 up.
TOILET SETS From $3.50 up. Each and every one of our depart
ments carry the largest stock in the Southwest.
Beginning Wednesday, May tt and lasting until Sat
urday May 28. Our complete stock of Novtlty Or
gandies, Dimmities, Lawns, Madras cloth, Percales,
etc , as well as our com; lete stock, of White Gocds
are included in th:s sale. Every offer a special lead
er in itself. The same and better goods than you pay
25 to 50 per cent more for, elsewhere.
Lace Striped Dimmities, in beautiful
di signs, of light, medium and dark col
orings. A splendid targain at 12 l-2c.
sale price, per yard 8 l-Hc
A Hue of Lawn and Organdies In strlr e.
croll snd floral designs, also la all the
solid shales, manufactured to Tetal.
at 12 1 2c. Rale price, pryar4....8 l-3c
Kl(ip-d Imp Tied Orzanite only on pat
tern of a det gn a ready per yard sell
er, and a gtd value at that, bptela
sale price er yard tin
Many Equally Good Values
Docs not remit us to Mention.
Gome and See
We close at 6 1 31. every evening, excepting
Saturdays and Pay Days.
TUB CUT III BRIEF.
Personal aad General Paragraph! Picked
Op Bert aad There.
Two cars of powder passed through the
city last night for Mare Inland, near ban
Jacobo Chaves, the efficient probate
clerk of Valeuaia county, was In from
Los Lunas lasl night lie returned to
Los Lunas this morning.
Testimony Is being taken before Judge
W. A. Lee, as master In the cane of Juxio
Armllo vs. barltara Chavei Armiiu. This
cane luvolvea about tlo.OUU
Dr. Francis Croeeon Is able to be
around again after having been laid op
for nearly a week with blood poisoning
which set lu In his right wrist.
Mayor F. W. Clancy U enjoying a visit
today from his brother, II. 8. Claucy.
of Hai.ta re. Ha expects to return to
the territorial capital this evening.
John lii'rker, the Helen general mer
chant and dour miller, sua Carl Kelu-
ken were lu the eity for a few hours latt
night returning south Ibis moruiug.
All members of the Albuquerque base
btll club are requested to meet al the
Montrauma al a o'clock sharp ton Ik lit
without falL Geo. M. Cunditf. Secretary
A. V. W hilsuaj weut to Chicago last
Bight la response to a teieejrem luforui
Ing him of the serious tllues of bis
parent) who are s-tth tar advanced lu
year and whose recover y la considered
Doot forget that on Tuesday eveulng,
May 24. M. A. Held and Grace Hawk will
appear In the leading rolea of "A Country
Jay," at the opera house, for the beuetll ol
the base ball club. 'Aduilasiou. 60 cents.
Beats on sale al Walton'.
The Saute Fe Pectus railway contin
ues Improving the track between I-dela
Junction and Gallup, aud side-tracks sut
nnleully large to hold net ween WO and
t 0 cars, are being built every six miles
between the two polule named.
W. I. Homers, a young gentlemen
well known In local society circle
several mouths ago, has bis naiue on the
Grand Central register, returning to the
city last utght from Denver. Durlug bis
abeeuce he visited the eastern cities.
Col. J. L. Morris, "the tall sycamore of
the Klo Gallsteo," came lu (ant night,
and Is a pr mlneut Ugure in attendance
ou the Qfteeuth annual encampment of
the New Mexico department of the Grand
Army of the Republic. The colonel is
the . merchant prince at Thornton, the
gate way to the famous Cochiti mining
The Santa Fe delegation to the New
Mexico encampment. Grand Army of the
Kepuhlin. is headed by Judge Francis
Imiwiis, the department commander. Col.
K. 11. bergman, Jacob Weltmer, C. G.
Ths Canton All Steel Easy Dump Rake,
The Rait that mi kes our compttitors envious.- THE IN
SURANCE Gasoline Stove. "The Safe Gasoline Stove." The
ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE-HOXES.Save more ice
in . 11- season than thry ioYt Our ICE-CREAM FREEZERS
will make ice-cream while yr u are crushing ice for other makes.
If You Are Going to
see our folding camp on' fit .1.
A line of Organdies and Dimmities In
the newest fl rl designs, plaids and con
ventional designs, an Immense assort
ment to select from and goods which we
will pat np against any 17 1 2 goods In
town. Bale price 12 12c
A line of organdies for which yon have
never paid leei than 2Tc a yard. Special
tale price, per yarJ 17 I -2c
White Organde, one jsrd wide, worth
Pe per vard 8 l-4c
Which Lack of Space
Coleman, Kdward Miller, II. M. Davis,
and last, but not least. Col. W. B.
Fletcher are bere from the territorial
capital. They have comfortable rooms
at the Grand Central.
It Is learned that Sheriff Bnrsnm re
captured Alfred McDermott the eecaped
prisoner, charged with burglarizing the
Magdalene depot. In the Magdalene
mountains, yesterday. He attempted to
escape from the sheriff by jumping- from
the train at Ciemor, but sums shols from
the slier I IT's revolver convinced hlin
that the safest plan was to surrender.
It Is safe to say that McDermot will not
be a trusty of the Socorro county Jail any
Judge Hewitt, the manager of the Old
Abe mine at W hite Oaks, is In the city
attending the G. A. U. encampment. He
reports trie Old Abe mine to be showing
splendidly and that twenty stamps are
being ueed to t ike up the ore, which Is
being found lu large quantities at a depth
of Soil feet. The Old A lie la ths mine lu
which Delegate IL b. FergUHsou Is inter
ested. Capt. Smith H. Simpson, a veteran
from the classic precincts of Taos, is here
attending the fifteenth annual meeting
of the Grand Army of the New Mexico
department He is ail right and was
ouly kept from going to the front by his
Bishop J. F. Hnrst, of W ashington, D.
C, has been appointed to take charge of
the Bpaulnh and KnglUh work In Ihla
territory by the conference which recent
ly met at Albion, Mich. lie succeeds
It I learned that a well-known Rail
road avenue merchant a young and
haudtrue gentleman, will soon be joined
lu marriage lo a pretty young lady, who
arrived here a tew days ago.
W. A. Rang, who was formerly a eon
tucter on the Atlantic & Pacillo with
headquarter lu Albuquerque, has, re
turned to this city and luteuds to make
hie f oture home here.
Rertlu I I Spite, the representative of
llreld Itros., made a rutli trip to Los Lu
nas yeeterday, returning laet night
Dr. W. II. Greenburg will lecture on
"Heroes and Herolt-m" at the Albert
Congregatlou hall to-night
lATtKUAC M'KI I AL MALIC
AT THR BUSY STOIU).
S lbs best butter 2nc
i dot. frexh Kansas eggs 25c
7 bars W hite Russian soap 25c
1 quart bottle maple syrup
'i caus corued beef 2fic
'J cans beet California peaches 25c
1 lb. smoking tobaheco 'joc
I dos. choice oranges 2oc
W ji. KiKkK, Propr.
the Momituiii You ought to
are pj )-R-N--T U" R'L.
)S' ST'r'SX V I .f
Office and Salerooms, 217-219 S. 2nd St.
Workshops and Ilea ry Hardware,! 15-117
S. 1st. street.
Rapid Fire "Maxims,"
dtlfUfht ,HIM :1T
TilE CUBA p.'i . " J-j
Men's Suits $4 and up.
Boy's Suits $1.50 and up.
SEEOUIl WA9IIAI1LI2 SUITd FOK MEN' HOYS.
H i Got Thnrn With "Rnt.h "Fnnt.
Uncle Sam did. His boots
aren't much on beauty, but
for it re n ft h and laxtine
qualities they are dandies.
Our stock of men's
footwear is styluh, hand
some, and well made, and
our bull dog- toe, Russia
or French call, Vid kid and
line tan and rustet leather
shoes arc beauties, as well
as being light and durable,
Stationery, School Books,
C1IER1S AID PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES.
We Carry a Complete Line of Legal Blanks, Blank Books, Cigars,
and Tobacco, Magazines, Periodical and Newspapers.
O. A. MATSON & Co.
205 WEST RA'LROAD AVENUE.
. A. II. RNCA WPMKMT.
CoDT.nd at O'clock Thl. Artcronon
Th. Vl.llora Har.
The Grand Arm; of the Kepubiio of
New MeiliHi has raplurivl Aliiuqiifiqiis
lo day. this txii a 1'itiir tlftt-fiiili auuual
ciirauii'tuent. l)ciartuiei)t Coirirnander
llowns ami a liiimlipr of crmrsdKs ar
rlrmi last uluht from the north, south
and wsst. Col. iHmris was met al the
d-potbrthe niroilHrs nf O.K. Harreri
I'ukI anil the Women's Itsliff I orps, aud
was escorted to the (iraml etitrai hotel.
IhsG A. It. headquarters, bjr Hie Kirst
Itt'dlmsnt band aud Cuuiuauy 0, Albu
Th delegates to the eucampmeiit are
as follows: Department Cuiuiuamler
Krancis Downs; l ast (.lUimHrnler, 11. M.
Davis; Col. VV . 8. Fletcher, A. A. 11 ; Jacob
Mrl'msr, A al. 0,; Col. (i. U. Coleman,
l 8. A.; Col. K. II. Hergman. Kdwiu
wilier, all of Hants Ve.
Capt. HnillU 11. biurpson.nf Taos: Judge
Krank Buchauan, of HMvtrro; Col. J. L.
Morris, of riiornU'u; Judge John Y. Hew
itt, of Whit Oak.
tub new otnckua.
This afternoon the first session of the
encampment was held aud the following
otllcers elect) for the coming year:
Department comruauder, Krancis
Downs, Hanla Ke. re elected; senior vice
coiuuiandsr, Levnrett Clark. Albuquer
que, re-elected i Juuior vice-ommauder,
K. iluuhauan, 8ocorro; medical director,
A. U. w lillcoujli, Albuquerque.
J. M. Uoors, of this citT, was elected
delegate to the uatioual encawpmsut at
CiuciuuatI, and J. L. Morris, of Thorn
'Ihe following were elected memtxrs of
the council of administration: II. 11.
Whitoomn. Albuquerque; J. V. Hewitt,
White Oaks; W. 8. Burks. Albuquerque;
Kdward Miller, Santa Fe Buiilu li.
An invitation was received from the
Commercial club extending to the dele
f ates the frenloru of the club rooms dur
ng their stay lu 'his city. The Invita
tion was accepted and a vote of thanks to
the Commercial club was paxsed.
Senior Vice Commander Leverett
Clark, In behalf of ths Women' Relief
Corps, invited the delegates to attend the
reception at airs A. liutler'a, Hold avenue
aud Third street, this evening.
The encampment tlieu took a recess
until 10 o'clock to-morrow foreuoon.
a rtw rAcrs.
The provisional department of New
Mexloo was organized Juue 11. 1KH3, by
Commauiler In-Chief faiil Vaudervoort,
with H. M. Atkinson as department com
mander. By action of the national en
campment at Denver a few weeks later
this territory was made a permanent de
partment. Many citizens of natioual re
pute, whose names are Inseparably
linked with the early hUtory of the
southwest, have been tden titled with this
orgauixaliou lu New Mexico. Among
these are the late Col. Ned Wyukoop, of
the original famous Kirst Colorado cav
alry, who served as itepartmeut coin
niituder in lM. In ISMti this position
an held by Hon. Kites 8. Stover of Ibis
city, formerly lieutenant governor of
Kansas. Ks-Senator 8. W. Dorney was
department commander lu lKU'J, aud
Judge Frauds Downs, of Santa Ke, a
grand old nlHCOUHia veteran, Is uow
serving his second term as department
commander. One of the orlglual eigh
teen charter members of Carletou post.or
g mixed lu iHKi, Judge Downs and Col.
W. 8. Kletcher, uow serving as fcUtaiit
a ljutaut general, are the ouly surviving
nwnliers. The order Is In nourishing
c mditinn flnaiii'lally, as It has ever been,
a'ld Its membership Is composed of
worthy cltixeus who enjoy tlie respect of
all the people of New Mexico.
Choice oranges per doxen, U5 cents.
10 lb. pall pure leaf lurd, "ib cents.
2 caus com beef, io cents.
2 caus saueageand sauer kraut. 2n cents.
I hk Ma.k.
Majestle Steel Kauges.
Coal Oil Stoves.
iHJNAIIOK II AHUM AUK Co.
Child' leghorn hats, H.1 cents to 55
Nice Hue of (lowers from 15 cents to 75
Tis per bunch, 50 rents.
An elegant line of ribbons, from 6
cuts to 1 per yard. Tiik Ma.k.
A. C. Anderson, Walter Mueller and J.
J forxiu, all from Kansas City, are in
the territorial metropolis, aud- are al the
Men's very best crash suits, only tl.&o,
at IC. L. Washburn A Co.' headquarters
for summer clothing.
L. H. Smith aud wife, excellent people
from Cleveland, Ohii, are at the Hotel
Are as effective as our rapid
sale maxims, Tine Gothins;
at low prices." IStyle, fit and
They are food maxims to
work on when you live up to
them as we do. We have
t , I r.c.t lire of clothing- in
the city for men and boys, In
all the latest style fabrics, for
Spring and Summer wear.
: ' aX Y i F et ,
a -w i.ea hp.
m R R. ?FHDR' CtOTHIFR
Jas. L. Bell & Co.
S!sp!e and Faccy Groceries.
"Do them up, those berrin arc dclklou."
The lady Is right. Our Hock of fruit I th
finest. Urgot ai d fraluit In Albuquerque.
At we carry everything in Mason, w can
supply any (roil desired, not only of the best
quality but at the lowest market prices. You
will save money and be better salii'ied it
you order your fruit from us, whether for
table uu or cannl g purpose. Our great
tummcr pecUlty Is our fruit department.
Al th time of th year fruit ought to make
up bali ones living. It's one of Ihe lew good
things one can't have loo much of.
August Wehrle, an expert piano tuner
of Denver, I In the city and will remain
three days. He will do work In his line,
lie has with him for sale two tine violin
of his own make. Leave orders at Koe
Klegant bedroom and parlor salt, piano
lamp and beautirul niahogny cabinet
All cheap. Kuquire li t Uold avenue.
A nice set of single harness, 3 00.
Buggy whips from 10 ceuta to 0 cents.
Breast strap pads, 35 cents.
Room moulding. Whitney Co.
Always Goods People
Want Prices People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Received.
SPEC I fl L
Dress Goods aud Silk Specials.
Special Style, Special Qualities and 8peelal Prices. Know
lug our biHlues4 an I watchlug trade chance put u
luU pMsesslou of th-we lots:
IS Piece All Wool Dress Good, handsome pattern.... 5e
07 Silk Waist l'dttiirn of 6 yards each only -3.50 a
Some Linen Lots.
Became We buy them cheap, because we are going to sell
Hi -in clion.i, don't tlnuk that the honest, solid Merit U
not in them.
It's there aud the prices have nothing to do with the values
13 Pieces Table Linen, hu'idiome patterns and deigns, spe
cial price this week 65o a yard. Thla Table Linen la
worth 'lo p r cent more
UI) Doeu Bleached Turkish Towels, large size, heavy and
cliwely woven at jfj each
Kid Glove Selling.
It Begin with the Kister Offering. It keeps right up.
'Inure' no mystery aliout it. Our Kid Glove are sold
ou merit, an I we are a iding nw patrons to the depart
ui -nt dully. W e want your Kid Glove bu.lnes. You'll
appreciate our effort lo serve yoo. Here's an Usui or
10 Dozeu 4 Rnttot Kid Gloves, special at.... 75c palp
Dozen KoHter II iok Gloves, all Ihenewshade $ pair
S'i DozClu-ip Kill Gloves, all colors aud black, $1.15 a pair
10 lHz Kid Gauntlet gloves, special al 65e a pa'r
The Stocking Stock.
Is now at It het. Guess we'll open the season by giving
vou some hosiery values that are worth Ulklug about.
Not much proilt In tt for in, but It will be a good ad
vertisement fur the department.
100 Doxeu Udie' Kast Black and Tan Stockings, full seam
lest, line quality, special at 15c a pair
Women'. Oxford Low Sho3s Ouly $1.40 a Pair,
Staple and Fancy Groceries!
jm. cav eej rrtn
GOODS! D UTTER
K0 TO KQUAL.
118 llailroad Ave.,
0. BACH ErHf. KSTABLISHKD lsse.
General Agents for W. J. Lemp's St. L011I9 Beer.
ELEGANT RETAIL DEPARTMENT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Outside Orders Promptly Attended to.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
BAGHEGHI & CIOIVII,
107 & 109 South First Sleet, - Albnqaerqns, N. M.
L J. POST & CO.,
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
Doalnr In HMnilnortyin i.runr.H.r. tha
standard typewriters of the world. Can
supply business offices with experienced
slsiiofrranhsrs U All iuirniun.nt mnA
porary positions, at short notice. Halm
Msn. WS A&ll vnur atlMnllnn in nu. ...l
elal sale on men' furnishing goods this
wee at aoooi nan me price yon pay
clothing stores for the same goods.
Golden Utile Dry Goods Co.
Special sale or ladles' embroidered
handkerchiefs, ten Cents each, at Ufeld's.
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
niiti iiicp in i
TIIJJ Fa M0r3.
Albuquerque, N. M.
a. 0 TO MI.
a i . i .
MILLIONS OF MONEY FOR
A MOMENT OF TTMR
Or words to that effect, was th offer of a
dyini monarch. You'd giv quit a
liltl younell for an extra minute when
your train vanishes from one end of the
station while you enter the other. You
blame the watch. Better bring it to u
a-dte if therc'i anything serious the
nutter, or whether cleaning won't cunt
th trouble. Exoerta do the work and It
it guaranteed. Perhaps the trouble with
your watch th need of a new on
bcrc'i the pUc lo get it.
T. Y. MAYNARD, JEWELER
Vetch Iiupedor, A, T. At S. F. R. R.
NOrttK TO OlTt.l.ltl
Tllg SlMJ 8AUDLE. FOR COMFORT
HEALTH, DUBAHII.ITT AND bTTLK, la Su
perior to any other and eoats Isss money
Agency at the old town poetjUlce, on the
t'S. for Hatch I nr.
Single comb Brown leghorn eggs from
telect fowls, 1 for i:i. K. B. Holt,
61'J Keleher Avenue.
Carpets and curtains at extra low
prices this week at the Big Store.
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made,
Sure to Please,
Mens' Wear Special.
Sale of Fancy Shirts.
Shirt Mkir are ArtUts Now-a-days; have to be- men ars
erit.ca 1.. such m titer. Here's a special purchase of
p r?tw; w,v,urourf
Llnoi,,!:.,!'..sl:!M(',c'o!Ur uJ Cua Vtach't;i.-
Men; soft .fetum : Percale 8hirwVtVc.Vff';Vp.'li'65S
Meus Ma,lras hliirls, e.'parats cult., line goo.li, nk-ely made
trier ur -
Sale of Suspenders.
Mens' HtHpenders. Big Special. All flu good., worth from
60c to 7oc per pair. Special pric. at 7. ........ . . . 750
Special in Socks.
Metis' Seamless Black Six-its, nice gnU, s'lIeVla"?. .flu'
Mens' Underwear Sale.
Flue opportunity to cuy your Summer Underwear cheap.
Note the following:
Mens' Bitllirlgga.ii l it d-rwear at ... 9K.
Meus' Kint Grade Blhrigan l'nd..rwnr, UuUhel'seaiii.
ribbeit boitoiaatiiio. lou pay doulile for same goods
at a Clothing Siore.
Mn; Sii.uiner Cn Wwnr In Gray or Kern . ..250 niece
Mens' Klue BlbrUg.u Cdsrweir tu all the new colors
Biicti a Tan, New HIih, Uven lr;ouly 5u,i a garment.
Clothing Storesa.sk 1 23 for t ie same gto.li.
Worth $3 to $3.15.