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TilK DAILY CITIZEN
4l,Hl Q'i'K,;gl K, UAf 2 1M
By instrictitus from Chase &
San burn we are authorized to sell
Java and Mocha CotTee at the
45-cent coffee at. , .40 cents.
40-cctit coffee at. . .35 cents.
35-cent coffee at,, .30 centa.
30-ccdt ccffce it. , .25 cents.
1 s-ccnt coffee at ... 20 centa.
114 W. Rallraad At., ilboqnorqao, 1. 1.
M(MY TO LOAN
On pianos, Ornt-rlitHH furniture., etc,
without removal. Aim on diamond,
watcbea. Jewelry, Ufa Insurance poli
cies). Tiu-t .IreMs or any good secur
It;. Term v;tt moderate.
Sow South Second street, Albuqnpr
qrm, New Mexico, neit door to tteat
eru I'nlou telegraph odlcn.
15. A. JSLEYJSTEH,
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
BOOMS 13 A 11 CKOMttKLL BLOCK
207 Railroad Ave.
N. T. ARM1J0 BIILDLN9.
CALL AT THE
Law Prices and Courteous Truttuaent.
Kor la cent. a dim.
Have yuui shut laoudrietl
And bunt oo umt
At the Albuquerque Steam Lsundry,
(.'amor VmI . aal .od .i.
JAY A. HUBBS, Proprietor,
Albuquerque r'isi. Mattel..
Kreeb Ktah. Oynters, Lobulars,
Craba, bliritupw, etc Baltimore
Oyetera, (renh every day In boU
and can. Headquarters for
breeeed poultry. Mail Order
receive prompt attention.
20 sad 201 South Second Street.
309 opper Ave.
Hoew shoeing a Specialty. Wagon Repair
ing and aU Other Kind, oi Blacksmith
W urk Guaranteed.
MbU 1 6Y fc.AK.lN,
Iholeiale and Retail Liquor Dealers,
Family trad supplied at Wholesale prlcra,
Esclu.lv. aa.nta kr Ui fainou YellowacoD
W'lu.ky. AU the Maudard brands of
SI. LOUIS ud MILWAUKEE
Bottled beer In stuck. K'ctrarjt bide board aod
Kesdinv room In Connection and M ar ttull.
tlu. tie.h (ruin Ui wires.
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
tit 8. Socond St.
Best on Kanu.
Tin work. W biluey Co.
Btov repairs at Kutrelle's.
Klue sUtiouary at Mateou's.
Boom moulding. W hitney Co.
Base ball goods at Brorkmeler's.
Uunlner's caudle at Uawley's on the
. Attend the special sals of shirt waists
at the Koououilnl.
Bee the bargains In new furniture Just
arrived at utreiie.
Wanted A woman to wotk forenoons,
oniy. candy Kitcheu.
Klre aale at "The Fair 8 tore." Bee
their bargalu counters.
A Cue free luucu will be served at the
Zelger Caie thi evening.
The latest styles of flue ladles' low aud
titgh shoes at A. Mmpler's.
Attend ths special sale of shirt waists
at the Koouomisl this week.
A most popular summer resort the
Badaraoco summer garden.
Latent novelties In pompadour and side
Combs, ttoewuwald Brother.
Meu's footwear of all deecrlptlous at
A. bimpler's closing out aale.
Large assorlmeut of Indian, mountain
and local photos at Brockmeier'a.
Read A. Louibardo'a advertisement and
take advantage of the low prices.
Bend order for Ice cream to J. K.
Matthew, Colorado telephone No. 35.
Everybody 1 invited to call at the Zel
fer Cafe ihia eveulug and indulge In
The freshest stock of staple aud fancy
groceries are lo be found at Bell & Co.',
Ask tor the Ore aud waterproof gloves
at K. L. Washburu & Co.; ihey always
carry the beet.
Slightly damaged by Ore. Hoods of
fered cheap ou the bargain counters at
"Tue Kalr btore."
A full assortment of children's low
bullou shoes to be sold at Cost at A. bim
pler's clotting out aale.
Read our ad. for a faint example of
what we are doing lu the wash gisxls
Hue. KoHcuwaiu nroe.
Vou say It la bard to And shoes that
stand wear. 1 ry Camel skiu shoes sold
by K. L. M ashburu & Co.
Lost A small package of embroidery
containing oue of tluilerlck'e patterns.
riuder leave ai n hitsou music store.
Ladles, show your patriotism and buy
a red. white and blue Dewey waist, only
at the (ioldeu Rule i'ry Hood company.
Bob rt Carley aud 1'ablo Arauda, own
er of the famous (iold btaudard mm at
(ioldeu, came lu frtm that district yes
terday alleruoou, bringing In with them
torn fins samples of gold ore. Mr. Car-
Beginning Wednesday, May it and lasting until Sat
urday May 28. Our complete stock of Novelty Or
gandies, Dimmities, Lawns, Madras cloth, Percales,
etc , as well as our complete stock of White Goods
are iacludc 1 in this sale. Every offer a special lead
er in itself. The same and better goods than you pay
25 to 50 p.r cent more for, elsewhere.
Lace Striped Dlmmltle. In beautiful
designs, of 1 glit, medium mil dark col
oring. A splendid t argaln at IS l-2r.
aale price, per yaid 8 1-ttc
A Una o( Lawn and Organdies In stripe.
eroll and floral design, alao In all the
mil Id shades, manufactured to retail
at 12 1 2c. Hale price. pryard.... l-3c
Fiuest Imp rted Orgaude only one pat-
teru of a tie gn a ready 8."c per yard eel I
er, and a g od value at that Specia
aale price per yaid 2w
Muny Equally Good Values W hich Lack of Space
Does not Permit us to Mention
Come and See For Yourself.
We close at G P. M. every evening, excepting
Saturdays and Pay Days.
ley stated that his eon, Richard Carley,
died at (ioldeu ou Monday last after an
nine of about teu day from ueaele
and typhoid fever.
You are Invited to examine the large
atocc of latent niodttls in bicycle, Includ
ing the hlgn grade Crawford chalulexe.
At Brockiueler'a, price are wlltiiu the
reach of all.
A m Mt pleaxant time can be enjoyed
at H ulrCiO' xu miner garden, ( all
'.In evemug and to-morrow; a tine place
fiir a few miuutee' rent.
Kor Sale A stone house. In good order
und well situated ou eoutli Second street.
Addiese Urs. at. tlutvee, Beleu, N. M.
Uenlleuien will go to K. L. Waeliburn
St Lo., for reliable good at wtsierate
A complete line of potted meate and
lellcactee tor luncheou aud plculcs, at
The Bsdaranco summer garden Is oue
of Hie best valley resorts lu ceulral New
Boy's black worsted iults, finest male,
3.UU aud $3 uU at K. L. Washburn A Co,
Just received full line of finuther's
due caudle at llawley on the corner.
See that elegant caselmere suit that
(Ifeld are selling for 6.74 this week.
Good evening. Have you seen the bar-
atu eouuter at "the Pair Store r
PianiM for Rent One floe oprlght
Call at A tillsou'a munlo store.
Call at Zelirer' Cafe thU evening and
partake 01 a una tree tiiuvn.
That flu Crawford chalnlees wheel at
Brorkmeier's cau be rented.
Tiie only pUce In town where frsppea
Is served Candy Kitchen.
Have you seen the new military bat
pin at the rtconomist.
White enameled bedsteads, dreaser and
rockers, at rutreiie.
btudy the Knouomlst s prices If yon
wish to save niouey.
Novelties in our queenswara depart-
uenl. V liltney uo.
Call a. Whltsou's and see all the latest
I'nlted States d igs, all sices, Just In, at
Latest patterns of hammocks at Brock
Bicycles on Installments. Balm A Co.
Klre. fire, Ore aale at "The Fair Store
Lamps and trimmings. Whitney Co
Curios and drawn work at UalHOu's.
Bicycle to lent at Brock ineler'.
finishing braid, per piece 7c
lleroulrs braid, per yard 7c
Ton-lion Lace from 4o to loo
Nice Hue of embroidery 3 and 6c
THE WHITNEY COMPANY
Brass and Iron Bedsteads,
That make you feel cool during these hot nights. They are V. -R-NIT" fjZET-a
beauties, call ami see them and see
CARRIAGES Styles and prices
. . Hardware, Farniture, 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.
A line of Organdies and Dimmities In
the newest fliral designs, plaids and eon
rentlonal designs, an Immense assort
ment to select from and goods which we
will pat ap against any 17 l-2o foods In
town. Sale price 12 l ie
A line of organdies for which yon hare
nerer paid lem than 25e a yard. Special
tale price, per yard 17 l-2c
White Organde, ons yard wide, worth
10c per yard 6 l-4c
Drunken Fiend Fires Lead
One Little Boy Killed and Another
The Murderer and His Braial Companion
Captured Aficr a Race.
A7ILY BIBIID IIOI IABS.
The eronlest and most diabolical mar
der that ever disgraced this city was con
summated last evening, when an lnhu
man monster sent ballets crashing Into
the bodies of two Innocent children at
TUB AWFUL DBKD
was committed aisiut 6 JO o'clock at the
home of felloe O'Uauuou, who resides lu
a boose on Bareia road where a turn Is
made to cross tba bridge over the Rio
Itaiiderlo A rann, aged 7 years: Atnrlo
Uarcla, gMl o; fairlcio O Bauuou, aged
H, and auother O'Uannon child, aged o
years, formed a little group thai were
prattnuff away in tue rroiit snatia or tlie
O bauuou home, their youthful wind ou
the gams that they wer playlug and nu
sousclous of everythlug save that they
were having a general good lime.
Kngaged thus iney did nol uoltee the
two uieu bearing uown 00 them on horse-
W ben about even with the children
one, a beast in the guise of a man, ((he
brutal biped showing mure the Instincts
of a wolf than a man), raised the heavy
revolver that he was carrying, leveled
It at the little party two reports were
heard and tlie older O'Uannon boy aud
hi utile eousin, me uarciacmid,
BANK TO TUB U HOUND.
The slayer of th children was either
crazed by liuaor at (he moment, or Satan
was In his heart. If the former, It did
ool Interfere with his aim. He showed
lew compunction lu this slaughter than
if he hail been iking among a lot of
chickens in the yard or at a stray dog
alonir the roadside.
Turning to fle, with his scoundrelly
companion. Jose Romero, for that is tlie
fleud' name, saw a number of men swift
ly approaching. Firing among them,
.... The Very Best Made.
The Canton All Steel Easy Dump Rake,
The Rake that makes our
SURANCE Gasoline Stove. "The Safe Gasoline Stove." The
ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE-BOXES, Sive more ice
in one season than they cost. Our ICE-CREAM FREEZERS
will make ice-cream while you are
If You Are Golnir to
see our folding camp ontfits.
our styles and prices.
within the reach of all.
bnliot wit s-d tn tnnn of l-ontoo Ansya.
Tlin tY v nr-d ry nrrm the rlvar
over the bridn, hut it swmed
ROMiRu'S TH1RJT FOR rilOOD I
was not yet appeased, for en route he
took another shot t a id C'pll old man, a
character well known as rtertarlo." wl.o
was feeding his donkey in a Held nesr 17.
runner, 11 is ermr?e. tht iiomro
flreil again at a child when lliey arrived
at the tdlier side.
News of the terril le circumstance wss
brought to the town by Koliert Miller, an
employe of the Crystal Ice company.
wili r riHie up to the corner of luilroad
avenue and riecond street at a gallop.
limited to Olllcer Msrilnes to fetch a
loctor, and then excitedly told a ( itikn
reporter of the sITalr. At this lime
Miller wa not aware that
MllllK THAN ONB CHILD
was shot, and thi one was not yet dead
but was dying.
Dr Hope wss notified, and Immediately
after I't'puty Hhenfl Newcomer and Mar
sh! Kornoff heard of H. Very Utile
time was lost in getting to the scene of
the murder aud the pursuit of the men
v hen Tun I iti.kn representative ar
rived at the In inn of the stricken fami
lies there was such
A WHTHI-SSIMi I'ICTl'HB,
and the crime lisiked so hideous ss al
most to cause the e oleel heads ainolig
those present to declare vei.graocu ou
the nastaroly asHansins.
At the O llaiinon home the little st nn-
el form of the murdered boy ley on the
bed, the large bullet hole la tils right
breast being plainly visible.
1 he risuu was crowded with wailing
women and children, the alimwl dis
tracted mother exhibiting grief that
wonld bring the xlronge-t hesrt Into
deep sympathy with her. Mr. O'Bannon
Is absent In (lallup, where he I em
ployed in the Paula he farifln yards.
lie has been Uolllled ny leiegrapn ni
his child's cruel murder and Is probably
at home to-day.
Mrs. O Haunon Is a sister of Mrs
Asrcl,-tlie mother of the other Inlanl
sulTerer. The little irarcia boy was I) lug
OU the lied.
TOKHIMI WITH PAIN AM) HlhTRF.HH
from a huge wound In Hie back of his
neck, while his mother hovered over him,
tear streaming from her cheeks. Mrs.
(iarcla's family comprises three rhlldreu,
but the O Hannniis hasu larne family.
Dr. Hope, who was one of the tlrsi to be
apprised of the shisillug, was Soon iisili
the ground to look alter the children.
wounds, but when he arrived the
O'Hauimn boy was dead and the phy
sician turned his atteutlon to the Irarcia
The doctor was seen at his nfllce
thi afternoon and he gave a descrip
tion of the wounds. lie lias given
the glad tidlugs to the (Isrcla
family, that lu all probability
THKIBCIIILU WILL LIVR.
Of his case, the physician said: "The
ball, which was of a large calibre, en
tered the back of the neck, opposite the
lower lobe of rlglit ear, passed under
neck muscles, sughtly fracturing out
er table of skull, bullet then parsed out
behind left ear. lu my opinion, the
child will recover." Kindlng the other
child dead the physician did not closely
examine his Woiiuil, liul he liioughl It
wa of such a serious character as to pro
duce almost Instant death. The ball cu
ter! at the apex of the right lung, cut
ting the subclavian artery and plough
ing its way through tlie frail body,
passed nut at the lelt shoulder blade.
I he inquest 011 tint utile body, mur
dered by the (lend now lu the county J til,
was heul at Hare Ins this morning, and a
verdict In accordance with the (acts, as
outlined above, was returned. Under
taker Mont for I has charge of the re
mains, and the funeral will take place
at Harelas to-morrow morning.
The pIMol with which Jose K miero
PKNT THK UKAHLY HCLLKTS
Into the little fellows were found tlil
morning by 1'lacido Harcla. the deputy
sheriff of AtrUcn, and Is now lu the pos
session of bherlff Hubbell.
There is still some talk among the
people that a lynching liee, at the pres
ent time, Is appropriate, and some have
been heard lojiueutlon that the two mur
derers (iarola equally ss guilty as
Romero will not be allowed
THK roKUAI.ITY or A TRIAL,
thus raving the county considerable ex
pense in endeavoring to convict the
arch murd rers.
This, however, may not be carried nut
unless some leader is found to harangue
them In a body.
I hough admitting that the villains
are not worth protecting, all who know
riherlfT Hubbell and Peputy Sheriff New
comer are aware that these otllcers will
keep the J ill well guarded, and should a
mob roui" at the ill they will resist tt,
as Is tin Ir duty.
THK HHKHIKK IN THK HAMil.K.
Sheriff Hubbell, who was Informed of
the murder by ex-Jiietics Lucero a few
minutes after its happening, was quickly
astride, his thoroughbred horse, and,
reaching the 0 li union ho .ie, tan led but
a moment and iheu started In pursuit ol
Uiircla aud Romero. His saddle horse
distanced those of the rest of the riders
who volunteered lo act as a isiese.
About a mile and a half from town
they came upon a small camp, and no
tlcing a Jaled and sweating horse, the
competitors envious. THE IN
crushing ice for other makes.
the Moiiiituln lou ouuht to
Office and Salesrooms, 217-219 S. 2nd St.
Workshops and Heavy Hardware, 1 15-117
S. lit. street.
Lf tk i J U
fAm MiMM' iiT Vimvsti ft' rT
Wilt b wi(nesd with a
greater degree of comfort
if you provide yourself
with a stylish and light
weight summer suit for
'thedsy. We have snap
py and nobby effects for
men of tate in swell pat
terns in cheviot and fancy
worsted suits, stylish cas
s'meres and crash for all
ages, and all sizes for men
The R. R. Avenue Clothier.
a, a, a.
. a, a, a, a. ,.
a ... , ... ,a
sheriff conduit d (hat one of the men. nt
least, was there. It proved to be to, aud
OAKC1A WAS SOON Cil'Il HKb
snd turneil over to the guards.
About eight miles farther, they came
upon 11 lujrtio, he ha t tutae 1 Iim horie
and was coming towards towu again,
.therm Hubbell was advanciiig on luin
from another direction now and H.'puty
ilierill Newcomer aud Marshal Korm.IT
hud come In a buggy 011 a gallop. V hen
uear Itiiiuero, the tuarthal sprang from
the vehicle and bringing his gun down
011 Romero, comuiaiiiied hl.u to surren
der. Heeiug 110 opo.-itiou rflereil, hor-
1111U ran and dragg-cd Itoiuero from his
horse and Kred. noiice l th.it the sco iu
Irel lifted his leel from the sllrruos
w.iich cuused the olllcer to remark:
"Viell, yuu ain't as drunk as you pre
tend, are you r
iiutibell, Ntiwctiiner and Kornofl were
now between Romero and the ex-
riled men who had followed on horse
back. These came up aud began
SHOOTIMI AT HO UK III),
ths cllloers Iheuiselves having narrow
escape from Hying bullets sienlt
Hubbdl spoke to the nu n In liianUh slid
either this or the fnct thul Newcomer
and Koriii ft had now tinned their guns
hi the advancing crowd caiit-ed thm to
Iteliiruiug to where they had eft liar
cia, ha and Romero were loaded Into
Newcomer buggy and with Hubbell sit
ting on the lap ol Uarela aud KornolT on
that of Romero, Newcomer belli on
horseback, they cume through tlie
CITY LIKE A CYCLONK,
and were st the county jail before an)
opposition to them could be foimej on
the streets. Had they stopped at au
time there would uudoiihledly Imve been
a mob gathered and an attempt at lynch
ing mans rignt there.
THK atN l1.Klk.WKI.
Jum Koaxro and Dmrnrleno (tarrla Tnll
The murderer and his accessory were
seen ai the county jail to-ilay by a repre
seutative of this paper and were Inter
viewed. Hheriff Hubbell kindly acting as
luierprtter, emmr .tt the guilty nun
having but Utile C ui;iuaud of Kuglodi.
Itoiuero was talked lo llrnt. lie trembled
when brought inlj tlie presence of the
sherid and durlug the Interview showed
mat lie wss craven with fear for the cou
seuueucea of his act. He was lu tils shut
sleeves, the white shirt that he wore
having stain that might have been from
blood, ti,lui;co Juice or mud. 1 wo weeks
growth of beard, unkempt hair and his
Hack neck gave the iiubecllic expression
oil his face a still worse apiiearauce. the
face is almost idiotic and it there Is oue
iota of intelligent thought lu the luuu
his looks give the lie lo the mind.
It was obtained from him that his age
is a years; lie is unmarried and ha'
been workiu ' at farming aud sl eep herd
ing for the past two mouths lor Manuel
trarcla,a tew uilies went of the city
coming mere iruui bis U iine at La Jara.
lu the oouuty.
Ou Thursilny he helped his employer to
drive some cattle to market lu tins city,
and durlug the day (iarcia bought a new
revolver aud sold lo him his old weaioii,
which slues it has beeu found to day,
prove to be a 4i caliber revolver of tlie
old lime Colt's pattern, lie mt the
other (tarda, who was arrested with
huu, at the Rivera saloon lu old town
the next day.
He hers maintained, lu his weak way.
that IsmaciaiioUarcia look the revolver
away from It I in. and retained ths same
until after the shooting, declaring in
thi way that Garcia was the one thai
did the murder. "I rule a bay horse and
was on the left of (iarcla when the tiring
was done." Insisted Romero. "I was too
diuuk to know anything.'
Garcia wa brought down from his 1 el
a tew mtuutee later. He Is 41 years onl,
Lai a wife aud three children an I ha-,
spent Hie most of his life lu the vicluny
He is uot aware that Romero airmen
him of the crime aud exhibits less fear
than his companion.
(iarcla Is evidently determined to deny
all knowledge of the crime other than
what he learned after Its C diimmal. He
tells a number of eoiilLcuug stories,
dually assuming that he lelt Romero
near Chaves's saloon and was proceeding
home alone when Romero overtook him
about tt o'clock at tlie bridge.
Romero was coming at top speed, when
lis stopped and asked him why he was in
such a hurry, "(ih! I've d ine something
meaii," was Romero's answer. "1 did
not even hear the shooting," he declared
While they Were at t'havei'e saloon
Garcia said someone asked Romero for
the pistol the latter was tl mrl-dilng, ami
his answer was "1 wouldn't giv.i it to my
tt hlle giving this storv. Garcia woiil.t
frequently slop, correct himself and star
oil another version of the nil ttr. I he
mail was evidently trying to lie himsell
out of all Implication in ths murder,
judging from Interviews with tlie people
living lu tlie nelghhiirhiMsl of where the
shiMitlug took place, who Insist that the
men were together when the lliing was
The direct quretions put liv the repir
ter to Romero as to which of them did Hie
i-h iotliig, and the reason whv the child
ren were shot at. and other likequestmus,
were Interrupted by the sheriff, who
thought that this should lie left lor the
trial to briug out. Though Mr. Uubhell
J t'i 'i ;k ? :i to to to to a.
" '1 'V -fm 'A '4
Can be performed at
home by the swell dress
er if he decorates from
our exquisi'c stock of
neckwear in new and
pretty co!orj and patterns
In four-in-hands, tecks,
siring ties and bows. Our
light weight hosiery and
underwear are worth
your special attention
didn't sav so. It could be seen that he
thought there would be no trouble In get
ting at the true tacts of the case and
neither of their stories would be needed
to bring about istlce at the trial.
THEY SAW IT.
Interviews were had with Robert Miller
mid J. VY. I'ratl, who live between the
11 It tiiiinn aud (iarcla homes. Mr. Miller
Is pisisibiy the only man who actually
-aw the children shot down. He was
wi'id ng his g,udn when the men came
along, but they passed without noticing
tii in, thoogh h" saw that the shorter man
of the tw.i, which was K'mixr'i, was very
trunk and was fl .uriehlng his revolver
One wan mounted on a roan and the
other mi a bay horse. Hism after he
heard th two shots he saw one of the
children fall and tlie men dash toward
the bridge. He came Immediately to
town on horseback to get a doctor and
Mr Frail's children were playing In
the yard at their home w!iu the men
were passing and they ran Into the
Imuse, the little boy screHinlng that a
man wa coming with a pistol. The men
le Ing together, as slated by Mr. Pratt,
corroborates Mr. Miller's declaration. "I
aw that they were very drunk," mid Mr.
I'rstt, "but I never dreamed that any
thing serious would come of their pass
ing." The local strategy hoard nf the present
war met ss n-ual at this otllce at 11
o'clock, snd the members were more
than pleated to see Col. John James, the
well-informed and heavy writer, present.
The colonel's views as to tlie war, dwell
ing especially on peace, were so much at
variance from the other members of the
I'oard that tlie discussions were indeed
Interesting and instructive.
A grnud free concert will be held at
the t Irene-it rinn hall this evening and to
morrow afteriusin, and the genial super
intendent nf tlie street railway, who Is
In charge of the hull, would be pleased
to see a big crowd present at these free
The bent war views, by the latest and
most approved art, will be nu exhibition
at the opera hou-e ou Thursday and
Krlditv evenings of next week. The
riiudiff Clueograph company will be the
Theodore Mueoeternian and wife, who
were residents or H len for the past
twelve or tlfteen years, are In ths city
and will probably remain here la the
BriK-kmeler has for rent the most com
fortable aud best wheels unite. Tandem
anil single, lave an order and secure a
wheel for a ride these b"autful evening.
If von want to have a jolly time call at
the Z-li'T Cafe and get a good luuch.
nverylliing free In the eating Hue.
Always Goods People
Wantt Prices People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Received.
Apply the test of comparison
much below those of other stores.
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hiv .;.iuniuK o(i.iiuiu uuuni(;3.
tiiua'ly jg intorostin. Nothing
Women, Misses. Childrens
25 riecis of Cotton ('halite 3lc per yard
5(1 I'ieces New ephvr liinghain fcc " "
ill I'it-ce New liiiiglniui t'4c " "
ini I'iccM Klue Twilled Sittcen b4e " "
5i I'iecefi Kuucy Organdy 7c " "
1'leciM Calico 4c ' "
Uicycle Suiting'', New Shade li.'s" " "
Turkl-ih TowcIm, heavy quulity, large nizo 15o
Checked NaiiiMooks 5c )er yard
Checked Niiimook, gikKl nintlity S and 1 K? " "
Checked NuiiiMik, line iuulity lit' and 15e " "
Satin Kililiiin, all Hilk, No. 5, tc; No. 7, 5c; No. U, 7c, No. 1, ile
White lii'd-iircaia at !"(, H5c, 75c, h5c and l5c.
Marn ille llcdsiireud't - Sjieeial at l.5, $1.15, 1.35 and II.!)
12 I'ieve Tiilde l.in.'ii, hainUoiiie diwigiiH, Kpeclat. ,5ic )ard
Shirt WuiU at 2.".e, S5e, &0e und upwards.
Shirt W!.iU. Red, Whit i aud Blue, the National colors.
J'arasols, the HhI Hlack Hilk (llorla 1 00
I'aruHoK the best Hlack Silk Glorin, Bteel Hod 1 85
(Match them if you cau)
P. rca'e Ibl-lnchi' vti le, per vard 70
THE hE EST ADDITION TO
Women' Oxford Low Hlioo
A. J. MALOY,
OLUIJ HOUSE CANNED GOODS,
None to Kqmil,
BELL'S SPIHNGS CREAMERY BUTTER
118 Railroad Ave.
tlfi LJSS FP-eWVJSV
EST AULISI1KD IS80.
General Agents for W. J. Letup's St. Louis Ilcer.
ELEGANT KETVIL DEPARTMENT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Outside) Orders Promptly Attended to.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction Cuarantsed.
BAGHEGHI & GiOil,
107 & 109 Soath First Sttcf, - - ARwqwqip. N. M.
VISITORS STOP AT
THE GRAND CENTRAL
N. T. Armljo lSuiUIlii;r.
Jk. Oontrnlljr Zsooaterl Hotel.
The Sulphur Springs Stage
WASON & TRIMBLE. Props.
The Bst Equipped Trl-We-klv K nr-llori Htige In the Southwest. From
Thortt'in to the T onom Sulpnur S jron. 1 1 ihe Je-nex Moii'iihoi.. Leave
AlOuijuenjil on the tf o'clock in.mn.in Kiel(ht tra.n lor Thornton.
RODID TRIP TICKETS FOR SUE IT W. L. TRI1BLE & CO'J STABLES.
Leave Thnnton Tnr1av, Tlinnul iy an4 H.ifirday at a. m.; arrive at
Hland 111 noon; leave H'snd at I p. m. anil mriv S ilplnint at il u in
Statre return, from Sulolni'. on Momlava, Vt'eOiu ailav. ami Hrnl.iv.
I'artirs leaving Albuiiueni e on Xitunliiv can sneiul SuiwU In the Jtmel
mounuloa. HKsI TKI11 WILL SI'AKT AH()L T JL'NK 1st.
For Further Partic jkrs,
Ths nrwot snd best goods from trie
leading potteries oi the world, in wholesale
or retail. Choice table ware, elegant toilet
sets, beautiful vases a full line oi gUitwire,
bar goods, lamp chimneys and burners,
enameled ware, tinware, brooms and
brushes, toys and dolls.
118 SOUTH FIRSTSTRE?'r
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Unmatched Low Prices
on Needful Things.
to the following bargains,
Compare the qualities!
dlui c wui juu iiuu ouicspct pie no
T'I, ..t, . V, .1
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ihiuujiiuui nit oiuic iiicic are
short of seeing them will tell you
t lue Suspender at
" Kinest Suspenders, hct elastic. Hue hu
und drawer supporters
" Sweaters, heavy iiialil
" Sweater, all wool at
" Seamless Muck socks
Percale Shirts, collar and culTs attached.'. . .
Linen Color shirts collar and cutis attached.
Soft Hosoni Percale shirts, s. inrat,, nn
" Knee pants
" Wash Suit
Windsor Ties, nil
itoy mines, all sizes from 12 to I
Hoy' cup ut 15c und 25c cue h.
LADIES WFAR IS THE RED. WHITE AND BLUE DEWY WAIST
- j in tail untl black Ouly 9i.Ut a Pair, Worth fa to
Albuquerque, N. M.
TRIMBLE & CO.
AI.Iirul'KKiJI'K. N. M
nv 1 i t
STAN )ARD PATTERNS
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
Compare 'h i priaM! Yui w.U ti id ours
You will (lid no b-tler anvwlie'e. Com.
an.XtOUS 10 pb.Ht'.
inousan is .t o trior opportunities
how rtroly goo 1 they are. Come!
Hen and Bays' Special.
Men' Malhriggaii rmlerweiir tit
" (ira.v Shirti ami Drawers . ,
" Kuucy Shirti mid Drawer
(Thi an cxci'pti tl value.)
" Kinet Ibilhriggaii Sliirt-i an I Drawer
" Kinet High Coloreil Shirt mid drawers" . . . .
.15t: a puir
c a pair
.... 5 K'
... 1 25
. . . 6i ic
. . .one
. . f,.")C
mui iiosoui viauras Min ts, Mp:trute culls. ,;;
Hoy' waists ut 15c and 25c. '
" Percale waUls ut H.",c nil I 5nc.
waM. wliii nhnddery at..
wai-ts, line white enihroidcrv'.
. . . 25c puir
. . . .one suit