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THH DAILY CITIZEN
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Minh,i Coffee at
put eft:
45-te nt colfee. at. , .40 cents.
40-cent coffee at. . .3S cents.
35-ccni icflee at,,. 30 cents.
30-vtnt toffee it. ,. J 5 cents.
5-cent coffee at. ,.ao cents.
ED. IMI11ER
114 1. Railroad lf.( l'boquerqna, 1. 1.
1 Dm Anil liliBB Sate TiiMi loose ; &5gj 1
the l I'll ;?
KIIOM o lV, until fnrlluT notice, we will offer imr entire slock of summer
Ht price-, tci rt tA'in tinning. I li i- 1" ii"t money making itle lr iih.
Inertly. I. ill we believe it t" I"' Imiiir llilersi ny riosniif inn mn wh"ii a"""-
t.oinili below (-I. ill iT'ltT in gel iresn snna mi iiiit
f the in.'iiilii M of ir iinii I- going " me ru-ieru marheis wiiiiiu a
Hint new if will l'L'in mining within a mourn, hp neen room, nun e
ui...... ,.M l il- I lie MtniiMv l dlar will he niiirhter in our store within the
l f. ivk' 1 1 -t 11 11 liil ever I II felon-, huh linn is hhik a kiiki n.-ni
I )...!,, w line. . Ilil-I.Mil Villi B- to iiniililv. There 1 Imt Bll
-n't worlli iilni"-l double
MOILY 10 LOAN
On plants. flrnt-clAMn fnrniture, etc,
without reirnval. Aloon diamonds.
ah lies, Jewt try. life Insurance poll'
ctea. TnM deeos or my Rood eecur
Ity. Terms er mmiirtt
H. SittPcOH.
20t B nth Second atreet, Albno,tier
quo. New Mnco. neit iloor to Weet-
eru lulou leiegrapu ouioe.
15. A. SLEYSTElt,
THE
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ELT4TK.
SOTIRT PUBLIC.
Antoinatle Telephone No. 174.
BOOMS : A H CROMWKLI. BLOCK
H. 12. MAYNIB
(SaccfMor la J. E Matlhaw.)
Pure Jer5ey Milk
and Cream.
aj-Ordrr. Promptly Hllerl. Out.ld Order
Solicited.
L In ranla rltmi.
lUvt your shirt launtilird
Anil ti4tm on time.
At tbe Albaqucrque Steam Laundry,
Corner CtMtl . d Wmtmnd
JAY A. UUBBS. Proprietor,
fnon 414.
BOLLEK'S
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Httii'le llli'lltinlll'il tlmt
ill iitfrvf with iih whi'ii ymi the K'""1".
I AVH :s 0 ri G AN 0 It S tc.
Lace stripe Lawns, worth
1 2 y,c per yard tC
l'lain Lawns, in lloral designs
and stripes, worth H-JC f
Organdies, Lappels and
Lawns, worth I7ic and
20c per yard 1 1
Orandits, worth 35f per
yard I C
Ladies' Vests, wotth 6c, now
3 for lOc
Ladits' Vi sts, woith ioc, at 5c
Ladies' Vests, worth 15c, at lOc
Ladies' Vests, worth 25c, at lac
Ladies' Vests, worih 35c, at liOc
Ladies' Vests, worth 40c, at 2."c
Ladies' Lisle Ve.sts," Ooc, ut -lOc
LAD ES' SHIRT WAISTS.
They are all this years' styles,
perfect in fit and workmanship,
and not to be compared in quality
to many inferior goods offered at
so called llargain Prices. We
offer them at our actual cost to
close them out. I hey so now
from IJSc to $1.2ff
Former price 65c to $2 S-
LADIES' SKiaTS.
Six 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 h ft, in black and
colors, now for $1.75 to $3.UO
They were $2.75 to $5 00.
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TIL 1 1 1M LOOSL and he will lininli the rnrmy
without help. Let any man, voting or old, youth
or boy, have their own free will to buy a suit of
tine Summer Clothing, and he will always come
to us after examining the stoik of eery one cl.se
in this line in town.
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Our linn of Summer
general excellence.
Clothing is unrivalled in lit, finish dim!
Wo aro determined to get rid of all of our Summer Suits
and quote the following juices:
All of our former S12.00, SL'3.00 and $14.00 Suits now
go at,
Per SUIT.
$9.75
Per 5UIT.
KiihI I'liiKiiinx In ull ntlivr ili iartiii.'iit wliiili Im-k of Kmce iih nut Krmit
ll! til IIH'lltillll.
ROSENWALD BROS.
BLACKSMIH
80V) Copper Ave.
IWthorine a Seccfohy. 'W.gon Rtplf-
Ing and all Olncr
U ork Ouaranltcd.
Kind, ol bUclumith
ALUUQUlilCtfUi:
FISH MARKET.
Ileadquartert for Fresh Fruits
and Vegetables in season . . .
Krwh KIhu and Drfwted Tottltry.
206 and 208 South Second Street.
rnxonatili. Trm Knilroa'l lisrlipr Miop
onlirU your pHtronnen. KvorytliliiK cIn
el koiix up. tint our nr-ti reiiiHiu tlis
nni. MinvlDK. Imlr ruttiiiR suit tistha,
Kour ctislr. Vnu'r m-xt.
J. K. HANciif.., Pronrltir.
Al. Pullar, wlio In tli tniloy of
th Mania Ki l'i'l't tttr sml al Wln
liiw. left Ih-i nitflit for Khiihii Citv,
.hara ho will iniliitlily rpiuHUi In ttif
futuro. Ilt is a tirnthiT of .lohu I'lillnr.
rniprly th iIIvIhicim iiiHHtcr iiihoIihiiIc
at y IiihIow.
Tliw lliiliion rinh No. H will rIns an in-
tHrutnniHiit for tli ln-iifiltol tlitA. M.
K. ctmri'li UiIh VfiiiriK. A iri(rani will
Iik tircHKtitwt. All are Invltwl to b liri'S-
Kiit at th I'hiiri'li. J. W. Ward, CHitain;
I. Ailiin, nt ir
Hiinou NtMintwIt, tliK I.na I.una guni'r
il niHrctiaiit, I'liuid In from ttm houUi lant
uiRht. to Mijo tln evening In t'i coin-
iny of tilii wirt ami hir ri-lallvi. .vr.
Ninmtailt rftuinwl to l,o lauiat ou tlix
noon freight train.
A lau roti( whli'h tia.l ilmi iiil out of a
TBB C1TT 15 BRIEF.
rcrsoaal nd General rirtrrsphs Plcke4
Dp Here and There.
Prof. K. W. 1. Bryan, ths attornoy, la
at ths territorial rapttal on legal matter.
Hon. II. H. KerKumon is on hla way to
White (ik. where lie la Interested In
the OM Abe mine.
Attoruer K. V. Cliavea, who liaa some
l.'Cul mattera at Hororro, left thin morn
lug for the liem city.
Jrries Taliaferro, the general merchant
of White llaku, la In Lau Vegae to-day,
paNHlng up the road laxt nlRhl. He ex
pecte to be In Alliiliiieniue lu a fewilaya.
Kt. Jolins Korbea and Kd. Handle, two
nr. Miiei'tora and miner from the rork
rllihed tolden diHtrict of Corhltt are In
the city. rt'iilHterliiK at the lirand
Ontral.
MIm Irma BrhiiHter. who was at Hoi
tirix.k on a viHlt to her uncle, Adolph
Schueter. the general merchant, returned
home lHt night, being met al the depot
M ELI N 1 & EAKIN.
f holt sale and Retail Liquor Dealers,
t. nu ...!- .iir.r.lla al Wbiilcule prices.
kiclula en" tur Uie lininui Ycltuwatonr I "W hatlHd Dewey
Wblaliy. All the atandud brand, ol
81. 10CIS and MILWAUKEE
Bottled bn-r lo. tiK k. Klrunnl Hide board and
Heading nwm Ir Connection and War Built
in. fir.ll lioin tha mora.
hugif y jretiterdHy aftermmn n picked up ! hJ n,,r I'sreute.
,n rih Tiiir.l Htrewt. Kinder ran ae. t'. K. Burg. Frank Whilten.Hert Baker,
ll J. l.eiM) anil can nrriceon win iae
uext Mouday morning for the Hulphur
and Jenies hot Hprluge. They will be ab-
cure name at Una elllre liy deHcrining
property and paying for thla Item.
Alfred KrlckMon, magnetic healer, will
hold a nieettngorpotdte the public library
t it, evening at 7 o'clock. He rlulnm to
b aide to heal all manner of diHeaNce by
the laying ou of hunlH.
Ilj to Them." "Our
1882
F.G.Pratt&Co.
1898
Hole Affcnta
L BIIMI Mf id
iro Hritod
( riHHlft.
DKA1.IHI IN
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
S14 S. Second St.
tllll.born
Creamrry llultrr
Brl un hanii.
Irdrra
Si il il iti-d
Mre UrUvrrf
CITY NEWS.
Btove repairs at Kutrelle'a.
Vlonr matting. W tillnef Co,
Krult JarB and jelly glaeeee. W hltuey
OOUlliaUT.
40 iwntM for 7-foot cloth hhadee. W. V.
Kutrelle.
Merchante' lunch every morning at the
W hlUi Klephaiil.
NoTeltlea la our queenwar depart
merit. W LltucT to.
vi r. aj.i at "The Kair btore." See
their bargalu eounlera.
Buya kuee paiitn, worth 3'c at K'c
pair. Hueeuwald Hi oh.
Dunham ahred cocoauat, 20 ceuta per
pound, at A. lmbarito a.
Bee the line aHxortment of uew furul
ture, 'Jilo south irnl direct.
RiHiiua to hit. wild or without board, to
luvalida. 4 1U went Lead avenue.
Good eveuiug. Have you eeen the bar
galu couulera at "ih rmr bloref
Croea A. lllackHell chow-chow, 3d
centa per poumi, al A. l.ouibardo'.
Kor eraiiile-ware, tinware and Htovee
ee J. W. ll.irdiug, '1V1 bold avenue.
The newent fad iu-it out. The Unman
belt, Ju"t received at the Kcouolulet.
Uerman luiorled Kirm'heuaaft phoa-
phate only at lluppe ao-la fouulaiu.
A irixNt. rnmiilete nunping outllt for
rutieciieap. Call al 41 J aoutli ilroadway
Old Maun uiaule Hyruii, ler uuart, 3o
eeute; jwr pint, J ceiitH, al A. Uiuibardu'a,
The beet t J men's Hhoea in the city are
old at A. filinpler ix I o. a large elioe more,
Attend our uiid tmiuiuer cloniug out
aale. tiixxl ee,ualde goo-lii cold al
ndiruloiiHlr low prices. Koeeuwald
Ilrua.
l.Hteit htvlm. up to date, ladlea' ahoe
In lace. cuiiiirri and button; the lieet In
thecitr. Wm. Chupllu, So I lit Kail
road avenue.
Oakey'H hack, all night, baggage ami
traunter wugnu to uitilulght. Leave or
dera at Aliel'a clgur alnre. Automalic
'phone No. 'Hi.
Blggeet aale that ban ever taken place
at the blggeHl etore. I'rii-ert made that
you never heard of. duly at the lioldeu
dry liond company.
The Bing Ie reHlauraiit on north K I rut
atreet. with the furniture and kllcheu
uteUHila. for eale cheap. Thia la a tine
opening for the right party.
The regular liionlhly meeting of the
Co operative Hiiilding fcjid Loan a-.cia
tlon will be held at the aecreiary'a ollici
on Tnendav. Jul? i. at M O clock p. m.
Calviu Whiting, aecretary.
w A. WlUm. of Kl l'aao. in lu the city,
mini In frinii the aoulh laxt Ulght. lie
reiirenenlH the Mwilt Packing l ompauy
ol KanxaM Cllv. and atalee that Ilia buxl
neaa throughout the aoiithweHl la very
good.
Thla evening the lawn party, the pro
eeeda of which will U donated to the
wounded "Hough Itldera," will be held at
the residence of John A. L.e on weel Cop'
tier avenue. Anv one having llower to
donate are requeeteit to leave theiu ae
aiNiu an p mkIIiIh al the reuiilence.
Vieilora to Alhiwueniue are invited to
take lolglug at the Itailroad avenue
liouae. Kverjlhlug neat aud clean; prices
Klag. the Ked, W hlte and l(lu," "W ur
ongi4 of ;IH. Three late war song for
t-l. at W hlleon's MiihIc Store.
Judge X. C. Tollier and family, after a
pleaxaut wijiiurii of several week' with
eorgla relative and trleiula, returned
tithe city diet night.
Kor RentTwo etory frnme liouee near
the Smita Ke 1'acltlc ehoi h, auttahle for
(Killing or tHiardlng. liiiiure of h. I..
aihhurn .V ( o.
We have jiixt reeelveit a full line of
t'i.Mland .).hi ladlea' tine Oxford and
high ehoee. (ilve iih a call. A. Rmpier
x Co.
Kor Kent, Sale or Kxchange Kor out-
ild" pronerlT. my reeideiice at bl. south
Broadway. A. v. Joiiueon.
Kutrelle. corner flold and Klret afreet
will eell you gooil wall paper at l'lr
nuMe roll ami nn.
Your choice of 2!li knee panta, four to
fourteen yeara at U'c. Koaenwald Hroe
(iernian Iniuorted KlrHCheimaft plion-
phate only at lluiipe'a enda fouutaln.
he beet anuiiuer fuel le l errllliM nut
oal; i '.'5 per ton. Huhn A t o.
Native wine (red or white), 75 renin
iter gallon, at A. l-onihardo a.
Trunk and teleacupa valiaea cheaper
than the rheapeet, rutrellea.
Col. W alter H. Marmon, of I.aguna, U
In the city to day.
I. mine and trimmlnga. WhltnerCo
New bicycles at Kutrelle'a only $2B.
sent several weeks.
Ileorire Hill Howard, who la well-known
aa a verv Hucoentriil land gram aiinrnev
is In the citv from Hanta Ke, and will
loulitlees remain in the territorial me
tropolis several days.
Mrs. Oeorge W. Ntiihba and son, Kirn-
sell. fiimllT of one of the mschlne man
nu ators at the Democrat oince, leu laat
night for southern Callforula, where they
will upend the summer.
Clias K. WiHMlman and wife, here from
the Hub Citv in Massachusetts, are at
the (iraud Central. They are pleasure
seekers, and expect to remain a few
lays In the territorial metropolis.
Mrs Dr. Ilishon. Mr. and Mrs. K,
Pratt, accompanied by Mine Helen Pratt,
Miss Dillon ami John collon, leu una
morning for au outing of several weeks
In one of the tileasaut canyons of the
Manilla moiiutalns.
J ml are H. It Newcomh, S. M. Ashenfel
ter and Htierlff Pat Uarrett, who were at
Socorro on business connected with the
.McNew liabeaa corpus case, came up
from the south last night, and returned
thin uiiirnlng. 1 he Mc.New case Is etlll
lu progress to-liny lief ore Judge l.eland
Hev. Mary J. Borden, who was at (ial
1 ii d on a visit to her liu-ibalid and sou
returned to the clt lant night. Iter,
Hordeu Is president of the Territorial
W (mum's Christian Temperance l iiion
and while at (iallnp delivered several
short aildrehsee on the cause of temper
ance.
I.. Heed, the tinsmith at W hltney com
pany's. ta In receipt of a letter from his
son. 11. B. Keed. one of the "Hough
Kiders." The writer stales that the bora
had a hard time, fighting In the trenches
All our choicest Suits formerly $ 15.00, SI 00, $18.00 j
and 20.00 and comprising tho pick of our stock, will bo
sold at only,
Per SUIT.
$42.75
Per SUIT.
A. J. MALOY,
DE LER IN
Staple
and Fancy
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BIBS.
AfJKXT von
0LU li IIOUSR GOODS,
Noun to li(U it,
HELL'S SPRINGS CREAMERY BUTTER
The Famous).
118 Railroad Ave. Albuquerque, N. M.
0. BACIIECIII.
RSTARLISHKD 1S8S.
Q.GIOMI.
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Whole..!. Dealer. In
DON'T MISS THIS GUANCK.
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Tlio Xlaall t-craci Aventio Olotlller.
flnnnnnn nrMiMiin.i mfjaijij jijd-impiiri Mnniian Mniinti!! -i 'i"imimTiTi,iPil'i.,vnnnni.iamciriPirii
without anything to eat and and r a
lezing huh, but they are now Having a
lunch nicer time. He states that he went
through the twobattles without a .cratch,
aud also reports Johnny H-ll In prime
condition.
Hon. Solomon l.una returned last night
from l.os Angeles, where he and wife
have laen the past few weeks. Mrs. Luna
Is now at Hanta Barbara, cel., and win
remain there until September, being
again J'dned by Mr. Luna sometime iu
August.
During the (Ire sale rnh at the etore
of B. lifeld St Co . Mrs. Noa llfeld, Mra.
II. llfeld and Mra B. Hplts are helping
out and proving most excellent clerk-.
THAT TritHIBl.K J'KltE-Cl'TTr.BV
Al lh "Hon? Maae" at Mia Old Trick,
Aa-ala.
1,0(10 men's linen collars, each
A line unlaumlerrd shirt
Kxtra heavy welgut working socks.
Der Da r c
t hotceot l ami fi.nusiraw nam..
While linen handkerchiefs
Derby hats for
.Silk teck scarfs
li cards assorted colors darning cot
ton
5 balls crochet cotton
Steel thimbles
Hleel eroi'het hooka
Choice metal and composition dress
buttons, per doferi
Water white pearl drese bullous per
dozen
Diamond dye, per package
Choice of inn pair of 7oc and $1 kid
glovea
311-Inch allkallne draperies, per yard
(ieiiulne hair cloth, per yard
W hlte crinoline, per yard
Colored tarlton. per yard . .
',rlnch lace, regular to cut
India Ink, per bottle
Oil tulies ''
Typewriter ribbon
Crepe tissue paper, per roll ... .
4 ounces machine oil e
Outing flannel coat and vest for... C f
A while vest, alls 42, for 2-s
A tin drinking dipper '
10 cana apricots fl.tsi
Hugar cured ham I"c
I pound Van Houteu'a cocoa "-C
Open until H o'clock p. ni.
THK MAK,
Wm. Kikkk, Proprietor.
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FIRE SALE
OF ILFELD HROS. STOCK OF
CARPETS.
Curtains, Rugs, Linoleum,
Comforts and Everything in the
House Furnishing Line I
SALE COMMENCED
LADIES,
Please Note
Wo Have Just
Received a
..CAR
of GLASSWARE..
MONDAY, JULY 1 8th.
Having purchased the above mammoth stock from llfeld
Bros, we will place same on sale at rediculously low prices.
MAY & FABER,
Gold Avenue.
Next to Citizen Office.
Liquors, Wines,
Cigars, Tobaccos J
AND
BAR SUPPLIES.
General Agents for W. J. Lenip's St. Louis Keer.
ELEGANT It ETA I L DKI'ARTMENT
OPEN DAY AM) NIGHT.
Outaide Orders Promptly Attended to.
Prieea Reasonable nd Satisfaction Guaranteed.
BPGHEGHI & GIOMI,
Proprietors,
107 & 109 SnntH First Street, - Albuquerque, N. M.
A DOCTOR'S VISIT
Is always followed by a doctors
prescription, and when you want
to get it iilled 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 prrwrtptlon counter alway. In charge of a
graduate u( pharmacy.
J. H. O'REILLY & CO.,
DRUQQISTS.
jiff
Uncle Sam's
New Scarf Pin
The "PEARL OF ANTILLES"
pleases him immensely.
We have Scarf Pins, Rings, Lace
Pins, Shirt Waist Sets, Chatelaines,
etc, etc., etc., made in handsome
designs and attactive effects.
T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler
Watch Inspector, A T. & S. F. R. R.
If yon Intend to enjoy yourself tn the
mountains thla summer, remember the
sulphur hot springs, nestled In a valley
of the Jenies mountains, cannot be sur
paesed for scenery. Kor particulars
write to W. L. Trimble St Co , this city.
Ladles' leather belts, worth 50c, at ft;
belt worth 60c at Sue each. Koscuwald
Bros.
Think of It! Huytng ladies' shirt
waists at 10c; ladles wing aleeve vesta at
2c, children's tan or black stockings at
:tlo, only to be had at the Goldeu Kule
iiry Goods company.
Oh, no! You are not looking thin. AU
that yon need la a clean shave, do to
Ituhu'g barber shop, N. X. Arniljo build
ing, and get the beat.
Jas L Bell & Co.
OKALKKS IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Our selections were mule with great care, and
we fe?l 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 you
note the quality of the goods and the very low prices
we are selling them at.
A, M
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THE FKtnT SIAS0H
in it, l.eiaht ikiw. and ymi can't have tnumnch
unit KiirN iim A I in iii.ihtv. iiltr the wattr-nit-iiili,,
i illmntn. tt-rTit-R. bannliii.. etc., e aie
now M-lluitf at vciy h.v. liii r. I'inei nieliui.
thiiii ..ill m m t'le iit'cr kimwii- Tht-y te a leant
,r all aim I'lirrhntic-tlieill. ! n'l furset that
the tiuit .raKiiu'. utiina and that ('mining Inthv
hi.t order ol the il.iv. Now la the time to lay
in a .lore lor m il inter, emit imi't lie hel
ler or pill t lower titan you'll lind at imr iKore
till, ftet k.
Always Goods People
Want; Prices People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Received.
11 u
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DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Agents For
STANDARD PATTERN
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
GIGANTIC CLEARING SALE.
INIMITABLE ! IRRESISTIBLE 1
We Guarantee that such bargains as we shall give,
commencing Monday July 18th, have never been
seen in Albuquerque. Don't fail to read every line.
Don't fail to look.
WHITNEY COMPANY
Furniture,
Carpets,
HARDWARE,
Crockery....
Glassware.
Mullea.
Kroiu this date on. The lUoket will be
opeu evenings until H o'clock.
l'mf. K. Harding advertising himself
aa"llie world a tireaiesi l aimist, came
lu last night from I. as Vegas, aud has
located liumelf at the lirand Ceolral, oo
copy lug room No. :il. He will remain
lu the city aotue lime, ami win oe ready
for busiueea to-morrow.
The territorial supreme court will con
vene at Santa Ke uext Monday aud the
local attorneys are busily engaged get
ting ready for the opening of that court,
Wanted A good boy, atHMit 14 years
old, to work iu barlier shop with view to
learn the trade, limutre at the Kureka
llarber bliop, (mid avenue.
M. T. Morlarty. the sheep raiser out In
the Chilli! neighborhood, la lu the city
for the purpose of securing the latest and
best wool u, nutations
Kor rent Two nice furnished rooms
for illlit hoitsekeeliiug. 001 Silver
avenue, corner Arno.
A lady's black kid glove was found
thla morning, aud left at thia otllce for
owuer.
Shirt Waist Sale.
Detachable Collars am! well made
Dt'tai'luilde Collars and well made '-'$"
Kinest Shift Waists, sold up to U55 t) go at 50c
Underwear Special.
(allies' Rildied Vests with wing sleeves, each, at
(.allies' Fine Lisle Threat Ye-ds
Jc
14a
Corset Special
due lot R.& (i. Corsets at &
One lot W. U. Cors ds at E"c
due lot V. I'. Corsets, line black at 5"c
Neckwear Special.
50 dot' ii I, Hill's' Klue Neckwear at lfc
Worth from 20 to &'c
Hosiery Special.
r0 dozen Chlldreii's Hose, blaek or tun. pair S'c
10 ilureii Clillilri-ii's Hose, seamless, fast black, pair c
jo dnZ'ii LadieV b'ack and tan Hone, pair te
Profit Cuts no Figure We are
going to sell. Prices like
these have never before
been made:
25 pieces Guipure lattice and open work lawn; big
gest value yuu ever saw at N '-iC
3S pieces dui'liesse orgiiiidy; nicest gissl.s you ever saw
at lir; fur this rule ut 4 '4
2tl pieces tinset French organ 1y; you have been paying
us3c per yd ; price cut in two 15o
See window display.
3d inch percale, 1 yard wide at fa
Apron gingham at 2c
1.1c ilgiir.d satteeu at T'.c
Ginghams, Quest quality, at T i
Zephyr, fluent duality, at 7lu
2ilc quality llgurd rhillle at Ho
llleached muslin at
3ti-itich bleachel muslin at I'jO
I ml m 1 1 ii m ut fo
1 ace curtains, p i pair, ut -0
W hite be ! sprcals at
.. 3,-e
'1 here will Ik; no stop to our sale. That is the wonder of all Albuquerque. Everyone concedes
that our sale is the greatest that has ever taken place, and we will add goods to this sale as fast as we
can get our clerks to work.
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