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By instructions from Chase &
Sanhurn we are authorize il to sell
Java and Mocha Coffee at the
following price:
45-tent coffee at, , ,40 cents.
40-cert coffee at. . .35 cents.
35-ccnt coffee at. , .30 cents.
30-cent coffee it. .,25 tents.
'5-cent coffee at... Jo cents.
tl). IMTIiit
1 14 f. Railroad At., Albnqnerqno, 1. 1.
Uiirln
liiininipp
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f1nnnr1rrrrllrmfrwll1rlPInr!'fna3n":
MONEY 10 LOAN
On piano, flrel-olaee furniture, ete..
without removal. Also on diamonds,
watches. Jewelry, life Insurance poll
rim. Trust deeds or an 7 good secur
ity. Terms Terr moderate.
H. SIMPSON.
!" South Second street, Albuquer
que, New Mexico, nest door to Weal
em I' 11 Inn Telegraph ofliee.
15. A. SLEYSTEJt,
IHE mm MM
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
BOOMS 13 & H CKOMwKI.I. BLOCK
M. U. MAYMIi
ISwchw t J. E Mtthw.)
Pure Jersey Milk
and Cream.
r Order. I'mtni'ily Killed. Outside Order
Nihiilcd.
hor lo rrnii-i dime.
ItHvr yout hlrt Uundrlrd
And borne on time.
it the AlbaqucrQue Stcm Uundry,
lortmr Goal nl Hkhhc1
JAY A. 11UBBS. Proprietor,
rkoM 414.
HOLLERS
01
BLACKSMITH SHOP
309 opper Ave.
Horwthocing a Spcilly. Vagon Repair
ing and aU Otter Kindi ol BUclunutb
U or Ouaranld.
VliOM li ill Y. until fni tin r notice, we will nlTor onr cut in stock nf ti ni 1 m-r
goo 's ill prices to -i t tav-ni muting. I his I" ii"t 11 money making sale t r ih.
illleclh. lull We hi Itelo It tit In" toolir Inters! by closing out this season's gisiils III
..-I. m cwn below C'l-t. in order ! get n fresh sim k fur the coming season, one
I the lucmhets i'f our drill is going to till' custom UlHlketn Within H few Week".
unit new ifcinl-i w ill lu triii iirrn ing w itlnii 11 month. Me need room, ami we 11 1
iil.me nil. l' 'M . the Xlmightt I . tl lnr w ill he inlghtor In inr -tore within the
Het fi'W Wei I ;:;ill it his I'HT belli hofole, nml lll.lt s saving H great deal. I 'on I
h i hi low pi H i . - I Mill h to ipnililv. I here's md an article inentloneil tliiit
isn't worth iilnn-i 'loiihle. , n will agree with ih when vou see the goods.
UWNb'.OiiOANOIESLtc.
I .ace stripe Lawns, worth'
I2c 1 er yard t t-
I 'lain Lawns, in lloiul designs
and stripes, worth I2jC 7
Organdies, Lappcls and
Lawns, worth iTjC and
20c per yard lie
Organdies, worth 250 pi r
yard lie
Ladies' Vest., worth 6c, now
3 for lOc
Ladit s' V st, worth 10c, at ,7c
Ladies' Vtsts, woith 15c, at I c
Ladies' Vests, worth 25c, at l."c
Ladies' Vests, wonh 35c, at MOc
Ladies' Vets, worth 40c, at VJ.Io
Ladies' Lisle Vests," 60c , at lOc
LAD ES' SHIT WAISTS,
They are all this years' styles,
perfect in lit and woikman.-hip,
and not to be compared in tpii'lity
to many inferior goods offered at
so called Kargain i'ri-es We
t'ffer them at our actual coit to
close them out. They go now
from tuc to
Fotmer price 65c to $2 50.
n'iifsr"
weeks ago we had 250
skirts on hand, now we have 50
That's a great many more than
we want to have when our new
ones come in. We have only the
better qualities left, in black antl
colors, now for $1.75 t $.'1.0O
They were $2.75 to $5 00.
Kiiinl luirniiin in nil 1
tin tn mention.
ither ilemrtuielltH whit'll lack uf Futre iloet not m-r in i t
ROSENWALD BROS.
ALlil'iiUISKiJUi:
.F1SH MARKET.
Headquarters for Fresh Fruits
and Vegetables in season . . .
KtcbIi Kuril and Drtvtml roultrjr.
206 And 203 South Second Street.
MEL1N1 & t AKIN.
Iboltsale and Ectall Liquor Dealers,
Kamlly Umile aupKhrd at WbulrMle prlcr,
Klclualveaa'cnu lor the famuttt Yettuwilooe
WhMky. All the umitlud btand ul
SI. LOUIS ind MILWAUKEE
Uottled berf In itix. k. Klmant SKlr boatil and
KcadiiiR room ir C'unnrctiun and War Hulir
iDt frrati frttm Uie mlrra.
1882
J8U8
F.G.Patt&Coi
Sole Agt-nu
lrti Hranii
aimed
DRALIHI IH
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
214 8. Second St.
UlllalHirn
Crrarnrfy flutter
itrrt uu Kiutli.
(Irilen
.olk-ltrd
Fiee Ueliery
CITY NEWS.
Btove ri'iiairn at Kulrelle's.
Kruit jitra Hlitl jelly f(latcH. Vtliltne)
00 111 pan jr.
40 cmjU for " foot Cloth ttliutleo. W. V.
Kulrellt).
Novelties la our quwunware dupart
meuU V biluey Co.
Kirs sale at "The Kair Store."
their bargain counters.
liuuliaiu shred coooanut, 20 cents per
pouud, at A. Louiharilo a.
Bee the Uue awuirtuieut of new furul
ture, 'Joo south h irnl alreel.
MuhIIu uiuterwt-ar tutle now eu at
(ioldeu Uule Dry liwua Louiuauy.
Uood eveulutc- Have you Keen the tar
Kaiu vouulem al "the Katr hlure'r"
CrotM ifc illutkwell clmw chow, X
ceuw (ler pouu l, at A. U)Uibaido it.
Kor Krauile-ware, tinware and atoven
aee J. V. lianliiitr, '1'- ooid avenue.
TLe newest tad ju.it out. The Kouian
belt, JubI received at the KroLoliilHl.
Old ilaiihc untile eyrui, per quart, 'M
ceute; per pint, M ( ul", al A. Louibardo's.
The lienl J men' hhoes In the cily are
gold at A.biuiiner .V to. lurge hlioe store,
l.aJiea' leather beltn, woith due, at ;
bells Worth !.c at K.' euch. lluneuwald
liros.
All Demons kuowiiiK themselveM In
detaed to Mrs. K. J. buyit) please call and
settle.
Attend our luld-suiuiuiT rloeiiiK out
stile, liood seasouaiile ools sold al
ridiculously luw prices. Hoseuwald
liros.
Attend special sule of in lit-Hn and
emtihric underwear tor Wouieu, Mlssc
and children at tjulden Hule Dry Uootls
Coiupauy.
Oakey's back, all bl(lit, luegngt and
transfer wiiimu to uilduuht. Leave or
tiers at AU-i's cigar store. Automatic
'phone No.
A letter received by O. W. Btroliu from
bis son Krauk, who Is taking a course
lu embalming In New Vnik, which
Indicates that lie Is greatly pleased Willi
his similes.
I'ulauuitrted, reinforced linen bosom
and double back star is, lu size II, i't
and il. only Joe. VMtile linen vtvls
soiled, in uuinber I-, only ic. A tew
derby lials, 'o. llteMu.e.
Key. Kather hlaudalari returned last
nlultt from l.as t ruces where he has
becu for the past week. He was accoiu
panted by Kalher I'llltu, of Kl 1'aso, who
is spending the day lu the city and will
iettta for Colorado to night.
Leiubk X lssld, the well known eon
truelors and plasterers of this city, have
secured the cttulract for uttliig up the
mid Kellows' ball at liallup. l ltey will
do good work aud can be iteMnded upon
to f ultlll their contract to the letter.
If you Intend to eujoy yourself la the
mountains this summer, remember the
sulphur hot sprlugs, nestled lu a alley
nf the Jeiuei mountains, cannot be stir
paised for scenery. Kor particulars
write to W.L. Trimble & Co., this city.
Visitors to Albinuerijiie are Invited to
ttke lodging at the Railroad avenue
house, hverythiug neat and clean; price
r taaonabla. The Hallroad latl-er shop
tolicits your p.'ttrniiBgo. Kverythlng else
eli gone up, but our rir 's remain the
iHiue. Hhaviug, hair cutting and hat lis,
hour chairs. You're next.
J. It. Mam ilk., Proprietor.
II. B. (illicit Is no longer a partner of
the law 11 rut nf Warren, Kitkushoii A
tilllett, i s retiring tliH morning. Mils
move linn been conteiuplaled for some
iime ami whs put In force on the return
f lieleg.itu KergiHui from Washington.
I he Urni li- rentier will be known as
narreu At reigH'-um. Mr. lulled has
1 t'urfd tii triers in lite Wiiling build
ing. retro Oat fill, ciitt of the wlile-awnke
r.ii htnt'n nf this n I initv, wns in the city
td tta) ar 1 called ut '1 II K I'lTI.KN nllice.
He st iti -s In tl tle rttiikte-t ar iiiud Altiil
iii r jue were in vr lu belter condition.
.lames A. S.'iis'iii. the big sheep raiser,
a 'foiupaiiif I bv his viiie, left last night
I'tr Neitra-ku. fiiey will be alwent noiue
time, nud will t tke lu the trans-Missis.
Ulll FXp iSltloll,
TilK rn i.KS b'li iis that ('. A Itnttger,
who was reptiited ilaiikerniisly III two or
three days ago, is now Improving, antl If
no relapse incurs h will be up an it
itroiiiid shoitlt.
A new four drawer sewlug inachlue.
warranted, for only IH7ri. Vnu should
tee this one if you are thinking i f buy
ing a nmelilne. The Maze.
oh, no! You ars n t lo iking thin. All
that you neid is a clean shave, (to to
Halm's b trlmr i hop, N. T. Aruiijo build
ing, and get the best.
Born, at lii west (inld avenue, on Krl
tlny inorrilng, July l.'i, to Kev. and Mrs.
K. il. Craig, a "daughter. Mother and
d-tlig'itcr dull g well.
A mot In Tr.' meeting, cnritlurteil by I'r.
Marlon HI hop. Is in progress this arter-ui-ou
at the M-thtslist; college on Lead
tveuue.
We have just received a full line of
fieiiaud fliM ladles' line (Ulordanil
t igh shoes, lilve us a call. A. Hluipier
tV Co.
Kor hale Mercantile hiislness, well
e-italillihei!; rasli neeiled, from JI.IHH) to
:t,oii. A nlress 1'. O Knx No. 27'J.
Ninety eight Sol.ir Bicycle Lamp,
burns aivtvletie g vs. Price, tl.tMl. Kor
-ale bt K. I. lied ou.
H hite gtsids and wash goods sale this
week at (ml It-u I. tile Dry (ioods company
Alhuiiueniu tfils alternoon Iseni'iy-
lug the lliiest rain of the et iinm ko far.
The Msy. sells everything and Is the
lowest pried store In AlliUiiienue.
he best summer fuel Is ferritins nut
roal; .(.-j per ton. Ilnlin Co.
Native wine (ted or white), 75 cents
per gallon, ut A. I.ombanlo's.
Trunks and telccupe valises cheaper
than the cheapest, Kutrelle's.
Jut received, genuine Imported Swiss
cheese. Bnehechi liiolui.
New bicycles at Kutrelle's ouly Jit.
I.ITIKKIW-HK.NIII R.
Ill
Two riilitllar Young I'eiinle t'lilleil
Mrrl l.ut NIkIiI.
The marriage of Harry Bumner l.ltli
gow and Miss Lena II. Henille was
s ilemnir.i'd last night at the resilience nt
the bride s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oeergi
II. Beiulle, In the presence nf the must In
timate friends aud relatives of the con
tracting parties, Key. K. II. Ashiuun of-
llciatiug.
Alter the happy C"iipln had received
the warmest congratulations uf their
Mends, the guests were Invited to In
spect tho handsome and cosily wedding
prei-euts, the gilts of loving ami aduilr
nig I r lends
home tiiiie was spent lu delightlul
conversation and uiermuaktiig, alt
which refreshments of Ice cecum and
c.ike were served.
t he guests present were Mrs. Ster
ling ami Mr. and Mrs (i. II. Hralrard,
1'iwa relatives of the bride; Mr. and Mrs,
.1. C. Haldridg.t, Mr. and Mrs. ,1. C. Kluiir-
tmy. Mr and Mrs. Vt llliam Hopping, Mr.
and Mrs. Kred. M allies, Mr. ami Mrs
MctTaskey, Mesitanies Miller, ('. (. CihIi
man, K, Ashnitin, Misses Cornell, OgiMid,
Hide. Messrs. W in. Bryce, (tenrge Hop
Ping Krnest lloiigherty and 0. VN . Vtard
both Mr. and Mrs. I.lthgow have been
for a long time faithful and elllclent
employee of TllR ( 1TIKN olllce, Mr.
I.itiignw has charge of the brNik-biiuling
depitrtuient and is the best honk binder
lu New Mexico, while Mrs. I.lthgow was
for a long time one of Tim Citizkn's
best aud must accurate compositors,
This paper sincerely congratulates these
estimable young people ou their auspl
clous start In life and wishes them a
happy and prosperous career.
IMtOWNKI IN TIIK AtlyllA.
Nllv Win HraiHKialltl for tlte Itexlli
or an Olri Man.
The dead bodv nf Valerio Cantlelaria, of
liiiranes, was found In the aceuula be
tween old town antl 1 Minnies yesterday,
I audelaila had been nitsslng slnci Hun
day, when he was last seen by Mr, (iabal
don, at whose place the deceased Invested
In a bottle of native wine. As he was
very much under the Inllueuceof this
liquor whin (bibililoii saw him, it Is
surmised that he fell into the acequla
an ' was too much Intoxtcuted to Oml his
way out. ('amlelurla was quite well
known to people in this city, he having
pt'dilled vegetables here for several years
A Card
The Kev. K. Bennett heartily thanks
the kind friends who, in various wavs
made Ht. John's Sunday school picnic so
successful ror ins near children.
To Ornaiueot th Church.
The committee on decoration and lm
priivement of the Church of the linmai'
tilate Conception, consisting of 'I hoe. I
heleher, James Murray and B. K. I'erea
Tl
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'I'll: 1 1 1 M LOOSIC .mil lie lit ish Uf in my
willimit lit Lei iinv in, mi, oiiii or old, nnth
hi I n i ' , h.ive tlii'ir own fit f will In buv a suit nf
line Summer I'lnihini;. .mil lie will .ilw.ivs inme
tn lis after t v.iuiinin l'ie !nt k nf cicrv nne
in line in low n.
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Our lino of Sum fner ('l.itliin
ire n taI cxcellriK'c.
uiiri vallfMl in lit, finish nd
sukI '
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tcinotr
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(lflnrmiiKMi to got lil of all of our Summor Suits
tlin f(l lowing pricrs :
c.f our foniK-r S1LMK), !$:.()() and M.i) Suits
now
Ier SUIT.
$9.75
All our choicest Suits
and $20.00 and coinprisini:
sold at c
Ml IV,
Ier SUIT.
Per SUIT.
foMiierly .$15.00, stlOOO, ,S1S.()()
the pick of our stock, will bo
Per SUIT.
$12.75
IMhVr MISS THIS OIIAXCR
iiyno;Tr ste
TTi
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1'" r
Hio rtnlli-nnrl Ave into Olollilnr.
: jj n i Ulilimi i i,iiii.'i
' i ni'Tii.ii.iiinmi.-n-
held a tn - ilng with Kath-r Man :latl
last night itii'l ih'Chltd to coinuiencti the
work ou Hie clnuch next Week Hit1 com
mittee h it iilioul l.d 'ii, the money renl
r,.'d from the kerniH, to expend on tin
Interior of the church, which Is l in e
enough tl make a ib't'i t-.-l luipr 'vemeiit
I'l Its appeaia'ice.
Sul,iliy SrhiMil I'lfiile.
K. v. Kuthi r II rinelt and a ii'Miit r of
helpful friends took the ynunu pi pie of
l. .1 din s Kplscip u Mi.iiiav ciiiMii iii a
l icnli? lit Iti'iir C'liiyo'i yestertl iy. I run
ble's Jumbo and Mr Nliiiil.'ii s targe
waii"il were pitcke I to their fullest cii'i
Belly. Am ng the olb-r persons, wh .
went nut were Mes mines Heuriiiit, ( ar
vr, Hill. Kekert, Krancis ami l.uwrenn-;
Misses Balhhone and (iehring; Prof,
liurg and Me-srs. Baker and Tierney.
l.nucli was served at Indian Kprlng
and supper later at the Iriple I, Ink
camping rjroiinn imports were tmiuigeu
lu liy the younger people asid the priz-i
were distributed by Miss Kthel Kraucls.
Kveryone had a most enjoyable time
and a tlied but happy party arrived
home at ah tut in p. in.
In a long let'er to his brothers, Private
Krunk Booth, of the "Bough Kblers,"
tales that his wotliitl in the shoulder is
not as bad as at llrst reported; no bones
broken, and was only dislocated by the
shot. In regsrd to (teorge Aruiljo's
wound, the -bullet passed between the
the middle an I ring linger of the h-p
hand, tearing the lleeh near the base or
the liiind lie was not transferred to
Key West, as It was thought he wnu'd
soon lw ready for duty again. He also
elates tint the woun I of lleye Alhers Is
slight. He was hhot while lying down,
the bullet striking him in the right hip.
lodging muter the eklu alsmt time
Inches from where it entered.
Word was received to day to the effect
that Kobert Putney, wife and baby are
having a splendid tune on the Putin y
ranch, on the Sun Antonio creek, above
the Jemez hot springs. Kolart has put
In some time llhhlng, and, when Barney
Coffee Is away from the ranch, he Is con
sidered the boss llshenunn nf that ills
triet
Kev. K. M.-Cralg. I) H . Hynodlcal mis
sionary for New Mexico am! Arizona, w.ll
preach at the Kirst Presbyterian church
of this city next habbath,' both morning
and evening.
Uncle Sam's
New Scarf Pin
The "PEARL OF ANTILLES"
pi Ases him imnvn-.cly ..
We hive Scarf Pins, I'Jn;s, Lce
Pins, Shirt Waiit Sfts, C'lAtclaines,
etc, etc, etc, made in h'nd.ome
diiiiiis and attactive effects.
T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler
Wlch Intptor, A, T. & S. F. R. R.
r t -a
LADIES,
Please Note.
Wo Have Just
Hoceivou a
..CAR of GLASSWARE..
Our selections were mule with snsi caiv, and
vi led sure that you will he pleased with the de
signs that we have selected, and now have on exhi
bition in our Second Street Store for your inspection.
We are sure you will be surprised when jou
note the quality of the tfoods and the very low prices
we are selling them at.
WHITNEY COMPANY
hilt I.MS A lilt OK' r.
Til vt limit I i-IIiih rnor M. li.tlic III. ulna
l.ffil r reiliiin,
llenvr, July 1,V The wife i f ex d'ov.
Mbeit W.Mi lntirewns giimt' d a tllvnico
In Ihe probate couitnf Coiiejns ciiirty
.li:iie 7 bts?. The matter Was Hot li'inl"
piil bc at Ihe tune. County JmUn ,1.
'.Iirt.ii Wetzel, uf CotuJ's, has arrive!
ill I leiiv.-r. It V;ts before billl Hull Hie
trial ws hehl and the decree granted,
ilov. Mi lntire iiiade no defense.
Inning his term as gt vernor Sin. Me
I line ll!-t Hied the Mill, but Wa . prr
sullied by friends to withdraw It bees use
of the scandal that would h ue followed.
Since hl letiremeiit from ollb'e (iuv. Mc
liitire lias resided in Denver, having law
i Mi es in the Krnest Criiiinn r buildiug.
Hi w ife has lived on the ranch in Cone
J s county. I he two have burn separated
since (niv. Mclutire's Urst year as chief
i xt fiitlve of the Htitte.
Ii'iring his term as governor his son
created a Hi n-at.tiu by eloping with a
young woman who had been employed as
a servant by the Mclntiren. They were
married in Santa Ke, and she went from
there to Albuquerque, where she worked
as a il. iiii' st le in the family of ex Mayor
J C IPtldridge, her young husband hav
ing deseited tier.
strt mitt's si-reiti. su k
AT Til K 111 SV STIIKK.
I giilJou eyrup
il tH Hllgl)
Iievileil ham
i cutis corn b ef
7 bars white llnssi in si up .
I i-iins best ('li I Hi il u ill peaches . . .
J ecus Krein h peas
best Htieiir cured hum
TIIK MZK.
W M. K 1 1 k K, Proprietor.
:io
'Joe
of
Here A rm IUi-kxIii.
A line ot bcaiitirul, up to date tilinun t
'mis loruur prices varying from l to
ill, now reduced from f I to f.; cb gant
I'iir.'uins, Tli 'He goods must bs sold in
ihe next thirty tlnys to make monitor
the fall stock.
Mils. M. Mi'Ckkii.iit.
:tl'J west Bailroad avenue.
Furniture,
Carpets,
HARDWARE,
Crockery....
Glassware.
Iiiiring the nh-icnce of P. K. Mc "an
na, wh h'li last night for a visit to
Oswego. V Y.. K. h lientry will oili.dute
is l e local chief clerk of the Santa Ke
railway, whil.' J. 11. Spinner will act as
cu.shler.
City Clerk Me.ller Is busy to day post
log up ordinance No. Ki, relating to con
taglotis dlsessi-s. The clerk states that
the police authorities have been uotilied
Unit the ordinance uni-d be strictly en
forced.
A gi'iitleiii'in came up from the l'ecos
river country with a wagon load of
brooms, which he desired to dispose of.
He complained that he met with but
little eucouiagemeiit from local mer
chants. Mrs. V. K. Sw itzer ami babies, accnni
pitui'd by Mrs. Suinnieriiebl, are at
Coyote Canyon springs, where they will
r, 'iimui for a short tune
The school board will hold a meeting
this evening.
Ch tries I,. Sa I tier, who has been In
the city fi r the past several months, left
1 1st night for Iniil'l id, where lie has ac
cepted a position in one of the larg
stores. Mr Saddler was formerly the
popular window decorator for 1 1 Oil
liros., und during his stay here, made
many friends, who regret to hear of his
departure, and wii-h him suceess in I'nii
I, lad.
Jas. L Bell & Co.
DKAI.I KS IN
Stpp!s i:A F. gcj Groceries,
... . . ' ' .v
THE FRUIT SEASON
in Its lu-iijlit fniw, hikI vnu can't liitvr too liuicti
Itint wht-ii it- A I in t)ii. thtv. like tin w.ilt-r.
iiii'Ii iim, i in i -till, ht1! t ir., .t n.in.t- i'ii-.. tki- art
in v, hi ,t.u ,it vi ty i.iia piii . .. ( incr mHtm
tlin1' i.'ii-v weffi evi-t LTimn. Iht-y're a ivn
tir :ill In. u', h isi- tlifin, n't Ititi-t tl at
tilt- It Hit M-.l-.l'l - ifMitlfci ,tlll tlllt ..III til ll Iht'lf
Mtil in tli r i il I : it- ,., . Now i-. tl,,- tum to Uv
i'i ji I ' i r t i ( i ' n t v 1 1 1 1 1 r . I- run i ,m t le U i
i' r ut i ii c- In w i t I.hi i you II linil t.t our trior ?
I wi i k
A. J. MALOY,
DL; I El! IN
Staple
and Fancy
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BELIS NPIUXUS OIiRAMEJtY IIIiTTKU
Tho ramoiM.
118 Railroad Ave. Albuquerqtio, N. M.
i.i-'VW."'S"l"i
O. lUCHKl lll.
K.sTAHLlSIIKU 1888.
0. UUlMT.
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HOTEL.
Liquors, Wines,
Cigars, Tobaccos
BAR SUPPLIES.
(Ji iirriJ lt'titR for V. .1. Lojiii's SI. Louis Himt.
i:i.i:OANT KKTAIL DIM'AKTMKXT
Ol'HN DAY AM) NK1IIT.
OutalHe Orders Promptly Attended to.
Price Ren triable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
BAC.iLGin & mm,
Proprietors,
107 & 109 Son i! Firi! StracL
Aibnqnerqne, N, M,
A DOCTOR'S VISIT
is always followed by a doctor's
prescription, and when you want
to get it tilled promptly, accurately
and from the purest and freshest
drugs, bring it to us. Physicians'
prescriptions are a specialty with
us, and we have all the newest
discoveries in medicine that can
fill prescriptions from the best in
the country.
Our uresi rltiiion counter alwivii in clinrkteof a
(rrHdinite of p'ntncat'V.
J. H. O'REILLY & CO.,
DRUtKilSTS.
mv
Ho I for
Jemez
Hot....
Springs.
JOHNSTON' & MOORE'S
Famous Stages Leave
; v"J"'or tlio Ut-sort.
Idvery Keed and titles Stables.
II M'KS to any p rt of the city f ir only 2."c.
(Il l Telephone No (5. New Teiephone No. 1 H
COPPER mm, Ml S'CDnl anl TbirJ Sts
WE DESIRE TO INFORM
The good rireascm of Albtliiietiile
that a line line ot
Summer Suitings
Awit llirlr Intprctlon at
MORELLI BROS.,
107 So.uh b'lni
Sirr-t.
Nt-rir Kilr iRii
A v ctnie.
Suits Cleaned for $1.00.
CAT-L AT TUB
PEOPLE'S STHRE.
(Illli'lI.ANI) HCILDINII.)
f'UFSII GROCEniES.
FRUITS. VEGETABLES
J. A. skSNXr.il.
Low Pric and Courttou Tri-atuirnt.
Always Goods People
Wantj Prices People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Received.
TUP RUT M Rill F
PHY GOODS COMPANY.
Agents For
STAHMRD PATTERNS
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made
Sure to Please.
Hr. J. K. l'earce and family, W. !'. Met
calf and wife and Norman Keiutiierrer
will leave this evening for Tin rntnn, and
to morrow they will take Trimble's four
horse stage for the Sulphur Hot Springs.
Ku route to the split. gs the pally will
paes through mime ot the liuest mouii
tain scenery in the west.
Another Great Underwear Sale.
COTTOM UNDERWEAR
At Prices That Will Barely Covrr tha Cost of the Material Alone.
We are about to place on sale four huctlred oo.L-n pift of Cotton
Urtlcrwcar, divided into Six lots, for Ladies, Misses und Children Our last
Underwear Sale was the; largest one in our history. Ow stink was large.
We thought we had enough to supply all, but, Ik fore night, the assortment
was broken; many were disappointed ; this time we have just double the
ijuantity, but there is sure to be a big crowd at the U derwear omnters antl
the best things will go lirsl.
to ckt yarn shake try wor.D .-s:
jvc yo in-: ox n..i y.ui.v.
SALE IS NOW ON.
V j
m
KUSLIS I'KDSRWEJR
- leu -
LIDIES, MISSES AKD
CHILDREN.
Lot. No.
Lot Ho. 2.
Lot No. 3.
Lot tlo, 4,
Lot h 5,
Lot No. 6,
Con.sists of ladies' corset covers, misses' and thi tlren's skirls, w d-is
tlrawirs Price only loo. Thit k of being able to buy we l-m.nli', full
and
S!t!
garments for
Consist of ladies' corset covers antl chemises, misses and children's
tin. kid anil embtoidered; also i hiltlren's dresses ami slips Suvh
s t ing opportunity Albuquerque has nevi r seen
drawers
t money
Consists of a nice line of ladies' skirt, themises, drawers
also infant' and children's dresses antl drawers. Take a
w ish at this price
corsi't
in my
env
as
is;
you
Is a line linecf ladies' lace anil t mbroidery-trimuvil skirt, night robes, cor
set covers, tlrawers, chemises, infants' and children's dresses. The same story
the cloth ami trimmings cost more than we ask for the complete g n iient'
1 a liner list of lathes lace and embroidery-ti initne 1 skirts, j.' r.vns, chemises
i i . ... . ..... - i i "i i , , . . . . .
urawtrs arm corsei covers; aiso cnuticen s ami intauts dnMci i ou li ive
paid i . i 5 for poorer garments than these
I the finest, h andsomest hue of ladies'lace and embroitlery-t- .mmed skirts,
night robes, chemises and skirt combined, and tlrawers, also infants
i hiltlren's dresses. These ate very liae goo. Is, with tl iiiil eudu oi
m w styles. $.oo would be the right ju ice for these jood ..
10c
:15c
25c
;5(lc
:75c
i:$1.00

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