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THR Ii A TT.V riTiy.FV
ALM Ql KKiJl K. KMT. to, lHWi
liy insti i.i !i n from Chase a
Siiahura we me aphorized to sell
iava and MihIis Cclftw at the
oliowing pn cs :
45-tent toff it- at. , .40 cent.
4ocent u (Tec t. . .35 cents.
35-cent entice at . , ,30 cents.
30-cent tolTce st. ..25 cents.
'5-ctut coffee at ... 20 cents.
114 bilfuii At., AlDaqaarqas, 1. 1.
IJM! 10 LOAN
On piano. Ct-t cIhhb fnrnltare, eWs,
without rerroval. AIhood diamond,
ittulitit, jewelry, lite tusuraurw poli
cies. Trust dee Ik or any good eour
It;. Teruis Terr mo-le-rale
SO0 South Beootid street, Albnqner
que. New Mexico, neit door to KmI
era futon leu-graph oOlon.
B. A. JSLEYSTElt,
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
BOOMS IS A 14 CKOMWKLL BLOCK
..r 10 cent dim?.
Hp rout thirl I untitled
Aod home on time.
At the Albuquerque Steam Laundry,
Conor CooJ nvo. und ttooond at,
JAY A. HUBBS, Proprietor,
Headquarters for Fresh Fruits
and Vegetables in season. . .
Kreeh Klnh aud Drervwd Poultry.
206 and 203 South Second Street
CALL AT THB
J. A. SklNNEli,
Low Price and Courteous TrututfiU
Painter and Paper Hanger,
209 EAST RAILROAD AVE.
'Hie Altamle House
J. M. SMI'l II. I'KOI'BIETUE.
The House .1 just tie 11 Renovated aud
Newly Ku iilshtsl.
First claim LtMs an 1 airy rooms.
Upletdlu loom, tor light housekteplug.
SIO GOLD AVE.
L. H. bhUEMAKER,
205 Tat Go'd A vent next to First
New and Second Hand Furniture,
STOVES ADD HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
Ktpairing m Specialty.
Kurultiir stored anil packed fur lil
Inent. Highest prices paid for second
liaml hnu.-elioil go il.
STAPLE sad r ANCY GROCERIES
214 S. Second St.
be.l uu fcanu.
ft1 re. Delivery.
I litvt got th. bMl A v.ut daar la loan
Ukt ulit, "Isawl.y ua lh Corner.1
Vail oa Kaukla for raal ..lata ar laser-
Kihiui V, M. T. AruiIJa balldiac
Plauoe for rent. VS httuey Co.
Carpenter' tool. Whitney Co.
2o5 aoutu Klrst street for new furni
ture. Picture frawi made to order. Whit
Au up-to-date new bicycle at Kutrelle's,
baauty pins, iu plain and Jeweled.
All kin. Is of umttresHe at Futrelle's
from Ou to il i).
l uris te at bre mli' lili es. Hay ft Ka
tier, lib Gold avliue.
The New Mi xico Collection Agency col
lects. P.O. Box X'4.
Kor lace aud embroideries at half
pi ice at B. llfi-id ft t o'.
Iugralu carpi-ts and mattings at bot
tom prices, at Kutrelle'a
Highest pru-oM paid for genu' clothing
at Hart's, 111 (toi l avenue.
We will furulnli your house on the In
Htallmeiil plan. H hiliiey Co.
Table lineu, napkin and towela In
great variety, at May ft Kaber.
The best summer fuel la Cerrllloa nut
coal; ts:& per ton. Halm ft Co.
less thau ball price at B. Ilfeld ft Co'.
Lutest style In meu'a (ioodyear well
eh'Ma at (.uo at the Greeu Krout. W. M.
Bend your tough accounts to the New
Mexico Colieciitiii Agency. Automatic
The fresheet stork of staple and faac)
frooene are to be found at Bell ft Co.'a,
None but the tswt artists employed at
Halm's barber shop, N. T. Armljo build
lug. Bath 2uB.
Look Into Klein wort's market on north
Third atreet He has the uloeet treel
tneaia lu the oltv.
Kresh vegetables, fruits In season,
poultry and staple groceries, at Bell ft
Co. 'a, Dnoond street.
J. M. Moore, real estate, insurance,
loans, manager Albuquerque Abetract Co.
New plume, '111. lii houth 2nd street.
W. V. Kutrelle, "o south Klrst street,
is having a Hue sale ou uew furniture
and has ordered another assorted car
load for fair week.
1'ahlo Martlut-x. formerly a policeman
In Kanta he, whs shot luesilay night by
Olllcer Antonio Orlcgs, while resisting
arrest. Martinez hud beeu beating hi
wife, and when olli. ers came to arrest
hlui he picked up a botlls, which Ortega
mMock for t molTfr. and started to
nrsue th officer, when Ortega .hot
Im. virtli n I. still alive, t in 11 1. nt I
eiliectrd thai he will recover from hi" 1
Col. Kduar T. Smith, of Coconino
county, one of the largest anil roost pros
permm eheep men of northern Arli ma,
never full to pernre a ir.Mid banriiln
when h buys hnrha tolmnror. hi (1 s-k..
Me haa Jimt pnrrha-ed frm Jamee A.
May twenty eighteen-month. 0I1I Mer.
loo hnok anil llftr Unilw, nivlnr r
pertlely tA and ."i pr head for choice.
ir. may owiih the pnret-bred Merino.
Mr.. I.oTHlaoe ha. leaned the tirwtaira
of the Arni'J 1 riuil llnir, on went hHllmail
atenne. fnriniTlT knnwn a. The New
UiIcbkii," and will m n .tart a IimImIhit
In n-e. The room, are tieing ni'Miirrd
to itay for the farpet.. and he experta to
have her pla -e ready for roonit m In a
very ahort time.
He hate lu.t received aont 6(10 rhll.
dnn, yonth.' and Imij.' miita. with knee
and lone tronwra. In a aet aewirtment
of cloth, and pallern., to emit ail want..
we 0 ngnl them cheap; we will aeil
Iheni cheap. Utieenwalil Kroa.
A complete line of ladle1 fine ehoea
Jimt received at the (ireen Kront Hhue
etore. alao a nice line of children' achuol
ehoea from 8f. to $1 ifi. Theea ahoee
are maite hy the tieet nmniifacturere In
the country. W. U. L'haplaiu.
Dealera In Remington typewrltera. the
atanilard typewriter of the world. Can
ipply biiHineaa ofllcea with experienced
ntxnographer. to till permarent and tem
porary poHltlona, at .iiort notice. Harm
K. H. Harlow, the Alvl.lon ma.ter me
chanle of the banta Ka 1'aclHc. with
headquarten. at tiallup, came In from
1 he weet laat night aud la regletered at
During the almence of (ieo K. Neher
In Denver, the Hhite Kiephant reaort In
being managed by tteorge rt Blunt, and
he la proving a very faithful, lilieral
Aaron Roeenwald. of the drv gomt. firm
of Koeenwald hriM., who haa been In New
York the paet few week, purchasing fall
and winter good., is eiDected home thia
The Kilo will meet with Mm. Alba flut
ter, corner Third and Uld avenue., to
miirrow (Friday) at !!:. tmtatlona
from Longfellow. i!rn. All a Lutler, sec
retary. Tha beet placa for good. Juicy steak,
and roaeta and all kli'Jo of nieaUt, kept
In a Ur.t claaa market, at Klelnwort a,
oorth Third street.
Our stock of household linens and
towel, la complete. Been re our price
before going eleewhere. B. Ilfeld ft Co
A new assortment of Domnadnnr
eouilm, side com ha, hair ornamenia, hair
net., just received. Koaeuwald Hroa.
Mwjnett velvet, bnisrela and Ingrain
carpet., at Kutrelle'a. price are right.
a K south First street.
If you want bargain In fur, wran..
etc., call at L. B. Stern A Co.'a. Bee adv.
In another column.
It coeta nothing to place an account
fur collection with the New Mexico Col-l-ctlon
If yon have Alliiniiierque property for
.le list It with J. M. Moore, Ul aoiith
W anted Lady of mature year to take
charge of email olllce. Addreaa Olllce,
Do you wish to eel I your house and lot?
If o, call ou J. M. Moore. 121 south Sec
A big line of men's working glove at
f I a pair at the tireeu t rout. W. M.
A complete line of potted meat and
lellcaclea for lunuheoua and pleulre, at
Ladlaa's Goodyear welt One shoe at
13 00 at the Green Front. W. M. Chap
lain. Kor men's, ladle' and children's hosiery
at half price at B Ilfeld & Co'.
Board aud room at Zelger ranch. Kor
Information call at tlua olllce.
The Duplex downallne niattreea I the
bat. Hold only by Kulrelle.
Blanket and comforter, new and
freh giala. May ft Kaber.
New furniture cheaper than second
ti mil at Kutrelle'a.
Merchaute' lnnch every morning at the
Kove repair for any stove made,
(IN. "5 for a flue new Hewing machine
Window shades from luo and up at
Wanted-Walter, at tlil 8011th Klrst
Klue china and glassware. Whitney
Crockery and glassware. Whitney Co.
Lamps aud trimmers. Whitney Co.
Copper and tin work. Whitney Co.
THE MTuHIC TA AT LEADS.
Double stroke bicycle bell 20c
Jim Dandy bicycle lamps 7"c
Type writer oil loc
Type writer ribbon fx
Tim Ma.k, Wm. Kiekk, I'mp.
ir yon want mal llr or liiinnnm, rail
a rutDklu, Hmim 0, n. T. Armljo liullUlu(.
W. HI-SSI-LUUN, President. W. R. WHITNIiY, Vlte-I'resldent. J. C. I'LOURNOY, Sec. & Treas.
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE,
Furniture, Carpets, Crockery
Iron Pipe and
O. K. All Steel Full Circle Hay Press.
MAIL ORDERS HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
d'HCn AM) SAI.i:SH()()MS, J17-J19 S. Second Street.
VOkK5IIOI'S and HIIAVY MAKDWARG. 115-117 S. Hrst Street.
New Arrival of Corsets
are in of Ilic Liwsl Sliiimifiit
Clf ( ntViij i 'ver brojKht to this city. We
t'l IUI M h"" Hi e prt'pared to do the Corset
bus ue.a of :hi. town, there is no rewm vihv we should
not ilo it, if quanli'y, as to ;iss irttnent, qu;ility ns to
ve.ir, and q-i ili y, qu intity and low pricrs combined
have any inlhicnre upon the buying public.
Wi: SELL the CELEHRATEI) THOMP
SON'S (JLOVE FITTIN( CORSETS, 1 C. C,
MILITARY, M. C. and other brands of Corsets, and
II. and V. Corset Waists for Ladies nnd Children.
WE SELL Extra Short Extra Long and Medium
Length Corsets, in four, five and six hook, in black,
white, drab and fancy shades, and with this assort
ment feel confident that any lady can find her ideal
corset in our stocks
OUR CORSETS range in price, from 35 cents up
ward to as an expensive one as you may want, but
always a good big value of a dollar, for every dollar
you leave with us.
vv See Our Window! -a..
TUB CUT IM BRIEF.
rcrsoaal aod bcaeral rararrspbs rickea
Op Bcrs sad Tbere.
T. N. Wllkerson, the attorney, was a
passenger to Bocorro this morning.
Mrs. W. C. Leonard and daughter ar
rived last filyht from Massachusetts.
Hon. K. A. Huhbell to-day sent a car
load of scoured wool to Philadelphia.
A. dinger, representing (Irunsfeld
Bros, on the road, returned to the city
last night from the north.
Krne-it A. Meyer., of the wholesale
liquor llrm of Lowenthal ft Meyer, was
a passenger for Jerome, Arts., last night
Mr. C. K. Hiiddli'ston was a passenger
for her home at Pasadena, Cal., last
night. While hern the lady was the
guest of Mr. aud Mr. R. W. Hopkin.
Col. floes, the well known and popular
professor and manager of (Joes' military
Institute, returned to the city from a trip
to Bocorro, Magdalen aud Kelly lu the
lutereet of hi school.
Jacob Weinman, manager of the (iol
den Rule Dry Hoods company's big store
returned from New York last night. II
purchased hi fall and winter stock of
good, and statin that he will have them
ou display In a very short time.
Antonio Arm'j ), the geuiTiil merchant
at I'ajarlto, wa here yesterday with sev
eral wagon loads of alfalfa, for which he
received H per ton. Mr. Armljo state
that the farmer of PaJ.trlto have Just
flulshed cutting the third crop of alfalfa.
J. B. Mauliy, th Trinidad sheep and
cattle man. went to Mugdaleua till
morning for the purpose of receiving
fl,iKK head of lambs recently purchased
from Hon. Hl. Luna. Allen Packer and
Avery Crary, stock men from I u 1011,
Iowa, accompanied Mr. Manby.
Co'jntv Superintendent Perea requests
the school clerks aud director lu every
precinct ill the county to make up the
enumeration form ami have them at hi
olllce within the next live day. The
time allowed by law for these form to
be In the county eupcrluteudeut'a olllce
expired to-day, but Mr. Perea ha kindly
extended the time live days for the
benefit of the delinquents.
County Superintendent Perea say
that the schools of Barelaa, Old Albu
querque, Atrlsco and Bernalillo have
opened with an unusually small attend
ance. It parents in the above named
districts would give their children the
full benefit of echool attendance, they
should let them attend school from the
beginning so as not to break np the
work, which Is bound to give unsatis
Al. Coleman, proprietor of the Metro
pollinn, who had quite a hard tussle with
the rheumatism, was up and around ye
terday. Iu fact, he ha about mastered
th disease this time, and thinks that I e
will oon have hi eystem eutlrely eradi
cated of the rheumatism.
C. 8. Browdr, who was a rattling good
llrst baseman years ago.w hen he ws play
ing with the Socorro base ball club, Is In
the city after a visit to Illinois, lie was
shown the courtesies yesterday by sev
eral old-time friends.
The household furniture of W. J. Wll
on. which was stored at M. P. Btamm's
warehouse, was shipped to WlnOeld,
Kan , yesterday.
The show windows of the store of L. B.
Htern ft Co. presents an elegant display
of furs, enpee, etc.
Jesus II. Sanchei, ohr riff of Valencia
county, was In the city yeeterday.
D T. W hite, the Las Vegaa commission
inerchsnt, I In the city to-day.
A CORNER LOTS .
S ...GIVEN AWAY...
X S.lvcr Avenue and 6th, 75x142.
Fourth Street and New York Ave.,
V Cot Ave 100x150. Next to Rail-
8" road Trackt.
H House, 6 Rooms, Four Lott, Fruit,
ti Flowers, Very Attractive Place.
A METCALF & STRAUSS,
j CROMWELL BLOCK.
4 Mtm 1
Mm. a uuiy luctiopuiiian suns or ours, wnnner rrince Aincrx or
Hfln. sack or cutaway, whether In worstcJs or cheviots, plain and
fancy; tweeds, twills, whipcords, homespuns, or In combination
IDILJCIIff G ,ffei','S'nKle f Joul,le br'tcd -from slies 3a to 46. It's
Th. UM thai stands M
115 Gold Avenue.
GRAND FILL OPENING
Of Carpets, Matting,
l inoleum, Curtains,
We start the Fall Season with a
Most Tempting Offering of the
Season's Newest, Best and Most
We carry the Most Complete and Best Assorted Lines
of Abave Goods and our prices MEAN A BIG SAVING
as comparen with the figures usually quoted by com
Everything; left of ILFELD BRO'S. GOODS will be closed
Fire Sale Prices!
Jas. L. Boll & Co.
Staple aad Fancy Groceries.
A STIWUNU KvtNT
ll in to li' tiiltf. illltl tMiMiL'thinu will mine of it
tiH). The Wllillf litlllllV Mil Im Iilra-wd a it h
Hie reHiilt of thai HHr jiut um eM-rvntie m itiutv
thtn .tt ml ifil a ith thr reHiiliH tif tr.utiiiK ut our
HUxrrv No one ever limlM fault w ith . htt'
if hurI tut (. .in le. Our uu.mU ie batul.ution
any U'lter. Our prn e, too, ul ' ttnke the
ke note of n oiiomy. I Imtc st tnoiif v in them
tor our patrons. hir ihh k cover the whole
lieUt of food iirtHliut. foieluti hih! (ionieti(',
III IU) lllrtlllH MIIU UiMIIUII I'lltfH
Boonoinv U Hi roavU to wllh. All romti
ld tm Thm rlr fur rl guot Tkluei. You
wMtt to mm ua If you mrm lo dmkI of uimmm
wr, rhtua mmrm, toys, lutni, gritnltsi Iruu
wtrt, ta.ttuDvrr, kitchen lootli. dluluc
room ulaalU, parlor ornaiuouu, In gaa
rl varjthliig naarr for rou.forta.hl
houMfUoaulhar, Naw momlt couiluc ovarr
da. If you do Dot umm auythluc at praa-
aul oouua to ua anyhow. Kvarybody la
cordially Invito, to vlalt ua at No. IIJ
aouth rtratatraot. THI VAlK.
Hrllllant Hlo. 1'ull.h.
No mlxl iik, no duHt, no Buiell. Can be
mwd ou a hot or colli move, by tuail for
10 cent per box or Hire boiea for 2Ae.
U. K. Iikn.nv. Old Albtiuuernuti.N. M.
TUB kTOHIC THAT LBS llH,
Blrthilay carrta, le to I.U0,
ViHltiiiK rariU, itcteii, be lo &0o.
Proxraiu peiii'lle, per ttoz.
Marrlaxe certltlcatea, ue to (1.00.
Wm. Kikkk, Proprietor.
Kaoklo ha. acv.ral uf Ilia b.t raoebva In
Hi. territory aod a ouuib.r of .Lganl reil
(I.do. la Hi. oily for.l..
SaU fur Sal.
A UiiiKiillloeiit j(iO Hall's latent Itu
proveil fe almoet new, for sale cheap.
Juet the Hung for a biiHlunti linnne. ll
U Ore proof and lia a couihluatiou burft
lar proof vault. Write or Iniiiilrs of II.
H. Kni u lit or John Trlmhle, Aliiuiiueruii,
The eleansHt and beat appointed harbor
hop In tha aouthweat--llahu's, N. I . Ar
I Plumbing am. ga llttlug. Whltuey
luxf 9 m
our Fall styles of clothing to you, It Is with the fullest confi
dence that we can gratify every taste with ease from this
. ,.. .a 1:. ... . . . 1 . . . 1 . 1 . , . ...
Next to Citizen Office.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
WHKKLKR'S OLD SHOP BKTWKK.N
'OLD AND 8ILVKR AVKXI K.
Lks repair,,, key ,na,,e an,, al. k.oils
of repairing done.
Always Goods People
Wantj Prices People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Received.
..THE BEAUTY OF NEW DRESS GOODS..
"- THE RICHNESS OP NEW SI! KS.
Excellency and Economy have joined hands in purchasing our B T G F V LL STO C K . an array ol Beauty that fa
muu,pad in the history at Albuquerque. e Propose to LEAD dur.nK the coming season i. hgh cl-ss a.
weU.s STAPLE DRESS GOODS. B,g Assortment. Little Prices, Courteous Treatment. Ge, acquaint.i with us
our Pnces, our Quaht.e. and wt arc sur to make you our customer. You are cordially mvi.ed lo inspect our
A'ew Dress UooiIh.
Our liree (hxkI.ni Di-partnieiit enin
priic all the latea. Ntyle unit weaver,
lioeltlia and Htailex. ' We are sIkiw
iiiKtlie imiHt cninplete Hue ever mIiowii
lu lirrHrt IilhhIh.
A HamlHoine line of new chanitealilt'
TiirTettHN, fancy loured Hilk. We like
to cull your attention t ir elegant
aaanittueiit lii Hlui'k Silks.
Trim in iiir.s.
You will llnd acniiiilete a"Miirtinent of
Hrai Is, Jet Triininiim-4, ami Set.
Ladies' and Missi'tT .Im kcts.
llur u.irtini.t L .....I t . .
i.-".iiiiirui ,n iiiikv tinu prices
low. lhe ganneuts are well made and
sivmsu. e carry meiii lu Mack a
well a all the leading colon.
A. J. MALOY,
Staple n r
and Fancy j j
OLU H IIOUSIJ (JANNRI) GOODS,
NoilO to I' : 1 II 1 1 ,
118 Railroad Ave.
KCHKCfH. usTABt.iMUKfi (J. (JIOMI. f
(Jencral Agents Tor W. J. Lemp's St. Louh Hcor.
ELEGANT KETAIh DHl'AKT.MENT
OPEN DAY AND NKlllT.
Outakle Orders Promptly Attended to.
Price. Reasonable, and Satlefactlon Guaranteed.
BAGHEGHI & OlOPiil,
107 & 109 Sooib Fits! Stresi, AtbcqEcrqQS, N. M. f
A GOOD W
WILL HELP YOU!
Catch vmir train, or ki'i liiiiiMi4-iiiii;iii:i-iiiimiN
irniiiitlvaiiil kIm mi ift'iicni I miIw
rai'tiiui. Ve ki'i p hIwhvsiiii liaml tin1 lnt
tiiiii'ki'i'Hr niiiili. Hini fiirlliiTiiinrii w?
know how to ri'imir thi'iii whi'ii tlny K''t
nut of nnlcr. it Iiiih Ih'i-ii nnr lifii Iuiik
traili' ami Iniiini-i.-i, ami wt ansnre vim nti.-i-factlon
T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler
Tatch Inspector, A, T. & S. F. R.
E. J. POST & CO.,
We Carry a Full Line of Buckeye
Easy Dump Hay Rakes.
Write for Prices. Mail orders
The annual niMlnir of tlis storkholit
r of the Kio (iramlH IrrlBatlnn ami Col
onization rompanjr will Iw liti at Hiniiii
No. 2. N. T. Arniiin In 1 1 1.1 1 txtw i ri 1 hu I'd
of AlbiiniiHrqiiH, on tliPtlilril'Tliiirailay of
Di-iiicuiurr, a. u. i Lit, HI noon.
("Hahi.kh K. (il'li.D, Secretary.
Soptember t, IH'.m.
Ank our wriKr ciiHtomers how tlie
like our itoihI. Thev will tell ti,..l
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Our lining st.K'k Iuh never been no
well n-Mnitl'1 as thli sea-uii.
CapfH ! Ciip'-s ! !
Our Htock of Canes was neer hi tler
and more ta-lilv selected at tins
neuron. A full liiie of I'lutli Cap 's in
black ami all the l-aduitf colors, plain
and handsomely triuiiued line hue
of P u-h Ciipe, plain and e'enantlv
ami U t'lVrs.
We paid special a'tentinri In .,.
Ill tliee kooIs and the ale I
tiotli In style and price.
111 fill t's (il)oils
New Cloaks, II,
l-.Vests, U.inds, kr-
aud ln s-ts
Albuquerque, N. M.
k W -
Mower Repairs. Thomas All-SteI
Milbum and Studcbaker Waj-ons
given prompt attention.
- . NEW JVC 13311100
309 Copper Ave.
Horseshoeing a Specialty. Wagon Repair
ing and all Other Kindi of Blacksmith
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
An entire new line
1 1 111.' Iir.t.
from the cheapest
("liilihcii'H, Slissi'i' mill
W e carry a o iiiiili'e line lu Mat and
ri hi us! umliTw ...ir and iu si. s ruiiniint
fioiu 2s to ;,ii, al-o, t nion Suits and
Mi r.in,' liarineuts.
I'r ss Skirts
I . 'i' He'd id a cheap or lino dress
-kirt. ,ee us beloi,. Inning, y,,. ,-,11
-how v,.u a c .niilet iM Heiy. s,
i ll H.i'il in... i.iaji, r lii,,,,,!, KilUl,
'i i snh .in i are sure lo save
in iie .
20 1 lumu Aw.
I iifiyafiw. rwm m