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THE DLL V CITIZEN
Ai.ni Qi R qi k. tK . mm
liy I0r.c.: i ' tr-lil Chase A
San'niri we arc nu'.h Mired t sell
fava und Moth ColTee at the
oIkivm;, prices:
45-cem coffee at . , ,40 tents.
40-ccot roff-t at ... 35 1 cuts.
35-cent rcftee at.. ,30 cent.
30-ccni ccflcc 11. , .25 tents.
5-cent coffee at ... 20 cents.
ED. CLOUTiiIEK
III I. Railroad It., ilboqaerqas, 1. 1.
MONEY TO LOAN
On plan cn, Drst-clarfe fnrnltnre, ate,
without removal. Also oq diamonds,
watches. Jewelry, Ufa Insurance poll
rim. Trout dnwla or an 7 food secur
ity. Terms very moderate.
II. SIMPSOH.
to Bonth Benond street, aTbaoner
qne. New Mexico, next donr to West
arn Union Telegraph odloa.
15. A. SLEYSTEK,
J KS'JMXCL
ilkl B3TATF.
KJTiST PUBLIC
Automatlfl Telephone No. 174.
BOOM 3 It & 14 CROMAKLL BUX'E
Kit 10 cent dim.
Ht9 yoor .hlit laQiidrtad
Aod bom oq Dm.
At tne AJfcnqucrijM Steam Laaaary,
Oora. OoaJ eva. wall Na t
JAT 1. HUBBS, k CO.
nH 4i.
CAt A 1 'i HE
PiQPLE'3 o7.lE.
(UKiULANU HUILDIN(i )
FMESH GROCERIES.
FRUITS. VEGETABLES
J. A.bkLNXLK.
Low Pritrt ana CourUout Treat unt.
..Tho Clair o..
SANTA FE'S
CEN r RALLY LOCATED
LEADING HOTEL.
Fire Prou(. Steam Heat.
W. C. BUTMAN.
REAL ESTATE.
F CRMS LIED RoOlH FOR RENT.
Reuto Collected.
Mjueyto Loaaon Real Ku ala Security.
Office with Mutual Automatic Telephone Co.
CROMWfcXL BLOCK.
T.lephoo. 435.
L. 11. SHOEMAKER.
205 Wot Cold Avcau next to First
National Bank,
let tod Second Hand Furniture,
STOTIS A1TD HOUIEB0LO SOODI.
KcpauUif a Specialty.
Forulture stored ana parked (or ship
ment. Highest price paid (or second
baud household gouds.
ALBUQUERQUE'S
LEADING UNDERTAKER
MONTfO'lT.
188S
1898
F.G.Pratt&Coi
Sole Aenu
L'ulno nd
Oro Brand
UtMXi.
DBAIBBI im
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
Sl4 8. Second 8t.
BllUtxir
Crvamvijr Buttet
Beat oo knh.
Orders
Hii ic ilcd
CITY NEWS.
I fcava got tha baat S oeat eigar la tow a 1
Goto Mrs. Wilsou's for holiday goods.
Horse for frt'd. Fur particulars call at
this null.
Found A bic)rle whistle; call for lt
at this uuU-e.
Flow's superior candies, 7U cents per
pound at J. U. O Hriily to. Cos.
Buy your cigars at J. H. O'Reilly A Co's
and get ticket lu our graud Christmas
drawing.
Malams Lllla, professional palmist.
Telia your true loriuue from your cradle
to your grave, for iu cents. Call at lit
north becoud slieet.
Reduolluu In Hie prices and flue work
Is cauMlug the "Albright Art Perlors" to
turn out more photographs than ever
before tor the holiday trade.
Lost A brown porketbouk, containing
about $10 lu money aud two baby rings,
somewhere uu Rullroad avenue near li.
llfeld & Co.'a fctote, Fiuder leave at this
titlice.
Do not wear spectacles that are Im
properly ihl.d when you cau get aclentl-uc-ally
titled at a low price at lierry's
drug store by Pi of. AlcCauu, expert op
ttcis 11.
Carpenters are buttly at woik flxhig
up His luililuig 011 the cjruer ol becoud
street ami Railroad avenue and li. Ruppe
eiuecU to move in with his diug slure
ou Oeet uiber 15.
Auy one who desires to tuake a cuulrl
butlou towards the Chrirdiiias gift 10 be
Meiit to ( ur volunteers lu Aldany, da,
should a-tnl the ilouiilluij to Alls. J. II
W roth, treasurer of li e Sol llers' A d eo
clel.',
Iliidnoit's (siut hhop Is now located ou
North becoud street, nppiaiila Trimbles
livery staldee, whrre he is selling paints,
oils, vaniinhis, elc ttie biNt of giods
al less than roel, lis hai alao received a
new stork of wall puper. Give hint a
trial.
Capt. W. II. II. ponebrake, Ihe western
ugeul of the Majestic steel and Uialleabls
tlou ranges, left Hie cily last night fm
the north. VWiilehere, he gave exliltd
Hons of the linking qualitlis of tfie
Males'.le rauges al Itis store of the Dona
hoe Hardware oouipany.
Ou Sunday evening, December IH, Mrs
Corbiu will deliver her first address of
two lectures on "The Dawn of a New
kra," al Odd Fellows' hull. 'I he old lady
la deserving - iu fad lu rather straight
sued clruiUjsUucea tluautially, aud lux
CiTiitv p'sad,, for her ske, that her lee
tnre, ha liharelly patronised. Tlckela are
only fttt cents each, ami she ha given
li r subject considerable siw.y, tlm
pinmlslng to those who attend an low r
rntinc. Instructive addrea.
II. N. JufT, th Son I atre t nicr
chant, to da? recelvM a telegram (.ayliig
il t 1.. H Oppenhelmer, fa'.her tf
Mr. Jaffa, hail died lu Unit I nicro, aid ,
yis'enlay, at the of yearn He
haves one Kin and two daughter. Mre.
H N. Jaffa, the younger rtniljf htnr, was
railed to Baltimore Isst Tmeday by a
telegram aiiiiotinrtlng the serious illness
t( her father. She hit on the flyer that
same evening and mil arrive In Patil
more at noon to morrow In time to at
tend the funeral. The Jnff Grocery
Company's etore In this rlty will be
cloeed to-morrow afti rnoou.
J. 8. Eire and All" Cora K. Rice rame
in from the north lat ntffhl, and reirla
lered at the Ilirel H lshlend from hen
ton, Ohio. They are health eoekere. and,
no donht, are dlappolnted with to-day'e
a eat her. which emMenly turned In the
early morning from bright ennehlne to
one of the moat dleagreeable wind itorme
of the aeaaon.
The "Ladlee of the Macraheea" have
not I tied Thk Citi.km that they lotitid to
make their ball, to lie held at the Armory
hall on Friday evening, lereniber I it,
one of the grandest and moat portable
danre afUIra of the aeaeon. Ticket, ad
milting gentleman and lady, ft, and
many of them have already been aold
There will be a regular meeting of
Harmony Lodge, No. H, 1, O. O. K to
night at nnr own hall on nonth Herond
-treet, at 7:30 o'clock. All menihera are
requested to attend an there will be work
In the flrnt degree. Vielting brnthera are
invited to be preaent O. 8. lUlrthury, N.
'(.: K. C. Uontfort, aecretarr.
The Oxford danrlng shoe, which wax
luet Haturdav night and waa advertlned
n Thi Citi7.kn on Monday afternoon.
' hiwn returned to the yonng lady at
hltney company's, thus proviog that
adverlieiDg pa.
Till Citi.kn to day, printa on the aeo
n d liMge, the Onanrlal atatement of
the Fimt National bank A pertiaal of
he figure will prove that thla l ank la a
ureal tlnane al aureeea.
The Library ball will he held at Ar
il wy hail to-morrow (Friday) nlirht.
nek el ran be aecured at the alorea of n .
V. WalUin and . K. Newcomer, on Kill-
n d avenue.
Send ua yonr accounU and we'll collect
I em or It'll otwt you nothing. New
M-ileo Collection Agency. PoetoQIce
ki StO.
A new itipply of etamped llnene, Mexi
can drawn work and many other thing
oo nniueroua to mention, junt in at Ura.
ileou's.
Heautifiil emlxweed gold and gold Oiled
iectaclee for t: and 1. Kyen correctly
'I. ted by Frof. McCann at llrrry'a drug
t ire.
Chlckena and ducka Junt i. reived at
Kleinwort'a Third atreet meal f'trktt;
une and ten cent per pound.
Belect yonr ChrlHtmaa tireaenta tn.w
i -it we will aet tbeui aoldt) L t you. J. 11.
ii Reilly A Co.
Cbli-kent and ducka only nine an1 ten
enta per pound at Klelnworl's meat
market.
Headquarter at Whiteou's mtllc Rtoie
for tickets for the Maccabees ball.
If yon want chickens and durks call
tt Klelowort's meat market
MWCOatKI AMMOUNCKMENT.
The holiday aeaaon approaches and
naturally the mltida of meu, women and
children turn to thoughts of what they
will buy as gifts to relative aud frlentla.
Among the many elegant and approprl
ite things offered, wa know of uothlug
belter than a
Hook
Gold Fen
Fox of Candy
Toilet Bet Collar Box
Cuff Uox
Manicure Bet
Bmoklng Case
Rook for Father
Created Flece
Ixill for Baby
Hook for Mother
Wlrth Novelty Flece
Camera
Celluloid Souvenir
Fountain Fen
Cigar Jar
Medallion Pocket Kulftf
LHiily Forketbook
Mirror Hamper
Autograph
Allium
And when such thoughts are In the
tiiad the proper thing U to go to H. K.
Newcomer's elore, where they have din-
played for your Inspection the beet and
largeat atock of bidlday preeeuts ever
brvught to Albuquerque.
Htl'KtSI VAHH STORK.
Beat Colorado flour
Hngar, 15 poiinda for
Coffee, 10 packages
H bars white R. wiap
3 packages Hootch oats.
3 cam sugar corn
UuHhrooms, per can
I. a Crucaj touiatoee, per cau . . . . .
Knamelltie ....
. 1.IKI
. l."
. isr.
V e bave a complete line of thellnatt
teas and coffee obtainable aud our price
aery competition, try ua.
Rickeu, the Caxh Grocer.
Liaaoa and Bnpaar.
At Orchestrion hall on the evening of
December loth, a dance aud sunner will
be given by the Woodnien of the World.
Adiuhwlon U) ceuts for geullemen, ladies
tree, euupe r only Zo cente per couple,
W. HliSSLLDEN, President.
Wbitney Company,
m
rates! 1
DURING THE HOLIDAYS
Will bo, as usual, t lie store to go to for really useful
CHRISTHA5 PRESENTS
Our Stock is Larger and More Complete than ever before,
aiu! while we do not expect to he out of any goods, we
would suirgest the wisdom of buying Christmas Presents
early. There will be a butter assortment of goods to
choose from, whb'li will intbe thecas if you put oil your
Christmas buying until the last moment.
(toods may bu J'ought and Delivered when required,
MAIL ORDERS HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
OI'HCR AND SAI.i:SRM)MS, 317-iiQ South Second Street.
WORKSHOPS and HEAVY HARDWARE, 113-H7 South l lrat Street
A Few Warm Things
Wf.Lh should intereft y u (it prcitnt.
C il I w.Mili :r hit cum 'to m ik !
iilon t)ie (lerrund for warm giinmntg ali k'tuU
We are t 1 prt jvncJ t J meet the
tion of our
MKN'd I'MiKRWKAK.
M n's Fleece! I'nderwrar, wolth
7."c now per garment
Wiigh'a' II a'th I'nilerwear, wortl
11 J1, ', an I t1 a piirini iit.
ref lectively fer garment h"!.'e
and ll2S,c.
All Wii iI I'mliirwenr at p r garment,
tl.VlXr
W arc also showing- a very nice
LarMea' Double CI ith Cape, fur trimmed, worlh $2.oo
Lades' Silk Lined 1'lush Cape, worth $6..;o
I odiea C othJ.uk' ts, upwards from
Ladies' Konii i Rider ll-its, all hai.ts, eath
Ladies Wrappers, upward fiom.
Men's pocd Warm l'Jush Cip,
M-n's Warm Cluth Caps, Astrakhan Trimme J, eath.
Hoys 1 1UM1 I olo Caps, each.
ROSENWALD BROS,
LOCAL PARAGRAPHS.
Father J. Julllard, of Gallup, Is spend-
11 g the day iu this city.
Judge II. L. Warren went up to Santa
Ktf lanl lilghl on legal bu-unetut.
I.wnmr.l Hkiiiner, the saw mill man
ri in Chllill, Is In the city to day.
J. T. Ilolliert, who ha hunlneas Inter--Me
at Furl bi Dance, Arll.ina, Is iu the
,uty to day.
Hon. Hoi. Luna went tip to the Im
kVte Hot Hpnng IhI night, where he
ul enjoy a elu.rt vacatlou.
VlhS ColllngH, 11I we of Judge Collier,
specie to lihVe this evei lug for her
in me, aay til lu old fieorgia.
Rev. K. II. Adimuu. superintendent of
the Congregational Homo Mtxelotiary so
ilety, re tin iiid from Antoua laet ulglit.
A. 11. Hilton, the well-known merchant
if Han Aiiloulo, panned through the city
la-1 night on bis way home (rout Ueu
ler. lion. Ralph K. Twitehall, the well
known attorney of Laa Vegas, Is In the
lly to day, aud made this olUiM a pleas
tut call.
Attorney K. V. C! avei will leave to
Morrow morning for Hocorm, where he
ins eeveral caees coiulug up lu the dia
t'irt court.
L. L. Robinson, manager of the Ste ele
Keck development o mpaiiy, In urant
uoiiuty, went south this ruomlug after
Hioiullug a few da)s lu this city.
Freeldeut Brown, of the Vera Crux rail
road, who has beeu on a vle.lt to Kiigland.
,ioeeed through the rlty In his private
ur lant night ou bis way home to Mel-
ICJ.
8. K. Yonng, the sonthweetern agent
for the Home Comfort Range rompuny,
I'ame up from Kl Fano laet uight, and at
t-r eiH'Udliig a day In this city, will leave
for Ueuver this evening.
The dance given at the Commercial
dub laal night waa wi ll attended and
WitsanioHt pleaeant affair. The Wei'.
ne-dHy night receptions at the club aiu
achieving a well deserved popularity.
Regular meeting of Cottonwood Urov.
No 'J, this evening at at Knights id
Pythias hall. All uiemtiers are earneet y
reipieHtt'd to attend. Vietllng membei.
cordially Invited, lly order of the worth)
guardian. Mis Mituile Hhoup, clerk.
The Hit of charter members of the
Benevolent and Protective tinier of Klks,
to be orgHtiit'Ml lu this city. Is complete,
riie dlxHiiatlon hax beeu aeked for and
it is expected Ihut the Klks from Laa
Vi gas and Hilver City will come and or
ganlxe the linlge here on January 1(1,
alter which they will go to Sauta Fe aud
lUHtltute the lodge there.
The fire Indicators for this rlty have
neen snipped irom Hiwlon to New Ur
leuns by water and are expected here at
moet any day now. Martin Tleruev, ae
chairman of the lire committee of the
V. R. WHITNEY, Vice-President.
I2ST THE GOCTX3:WIZS1,.
a t toi lo.i st y, ami tins br.mglii
- - ; dtinanrls and to idt an inspec
winter itotk.
I.ADIKS' I'NDKRWRAK.
Fleece Line I Underwea', at fergar
mem 'c , 3i, tile. DtH;
Lad 'is' lirey All Wool I'nilerwear,
per garment I5c
l. :die,' White A l Wool I'nilerwear,
worth (i.75 per garment now $l.3."
I.hiIIm' All Wool ('mini's II. Ir l .i
iletaenr, worth i.C)ip-r gat limit.
IX0
W hite Fie re 1 ned I'nlon Suit', each
60.
Onilta l ulon Suits, at il.tVi and 75c.
line of Children's Underwear.
5
$1 50
75
tic,
eath 75c.
50c
50c.
council, expects the new hose wagon lu
a few days, and when both of theee Im
provement are In working order, the
Hie companies will hold an Informal
celebration In honor of theocraslou.
T. T Maynard, the Jeweler, comes down
to his Second street store every day, and.
by exhibiting great (ortltnde anil will
power, ailends to his customer Juit the
Mint a If his left knee waa not racked
lth rheumatUra and the anoompanvl'ip
Intenee pains lledeuled Hue morning
that he intends chopping oft the annoy
ing leg, but slated, likn General Giant,
that be would tight the peaky dlsonsi If
Ink all winter and summer, too.
"Rough Rider" Hitrmau W'ynkoop, who
l one u( the swift mmipoeliors on Til K
Citik.n, received this morning bis Rough
Kuler badge from Captain Muller, of
nta Fe. The rroea-har. on which le
the pin, has the words, "1st U. Vol.
i'hv ''; below this a Grand Army esgla on
cross swords, with the figures "WH," and
ihen a dlec with the wonls, "Las Guael
inu, Han Joan, Santiago." The metal to
hrooxe.
Mia Lena Jchnsru. formerly of the
Highland reataurent, has opened up pri
vate boarding at the Llndel hotel.
Rrure Cantrell and Pierre Carroll, from
Illiopolls, 111., are In the city.
Kefrrihrnrnt. dainty UI begivto
At Armory hall on Friday even.
Cum martled and alngls, com teacher and
scholar,
And a lovely time have for on'y one dolUr
pS"XIi3wSaCiaSSiarJIaSZ
Holland
Kvery ono guaranteed fett mllcher.
Seven for 25c.
Imp. Br ckl'nge, 6c. eacli.
We have the larg-a' line of Mackerel
In Umu, a I of tlii'in from the
1V.IN eateh, prl-es range
from 5c. t j 35cts.
each.
Freh Hluh, Lobetors, Crabs aud
Oysters In Thursday morning.
San Jose Market.
11
i
J. C. FLOl'RNOY, Sec. & Treas.
rail St
u
-'J
S ' r , t, -
Ik in V -rWi:
tfeili&SfrS:
14a
ITS
GEniNG
SIMON
THE RAILROAD
MAY k
115 Gold Avenue.
(HEADQUARTERS)
oToa)
i "carpets; at ti ko7 linoleum
c(and
0USEKIPuilG00DS
Oa Derember i5wewillmoe into our new store
in the G-unt liuildiag and in order to tave expenses
and start with an entirely new stock, we will clo'e
out everyth n left of the goods purchased of llfeld
Urol., consisting tt
Lace Curtains, Poitieres, Drapery Goods,
Fringes, Tablo Covers, Tapestry,
Moquette and Brussels Carpets, Etc.,
AT GREATLY REDUCED
lire SaLle l3rices !
Our new stock of Rug. Art Siiuitres, Portieres, Table Covers, Mantel Scarfs,
Piano Covers, CusMoiu and Cushion Top', Blankets and
Comforters, Unmask Table Sets, Napkins aud Laos
lit! I StH, suitiible for Christmas
presi'nH N complete aud
Our Prices Are the Lowest
,1AS. L. BKLL it CO.
Peitlera in Fannly and Fancy
lintel' ic 8.
lfOM
COFFEE.
fiood coffee, like ours. Is so nefesfiarv,
that a breakfast without it is only liftlf a
iiioul. '1 here's ho iiiui'h in a really line
cun or coltee thiit lt makes half a meal
of itself. IN e make a poi it of earning
the llnest Mocliii, Java and Hrs7ilian
colfees lu our etuck. The dignity of our
breakfaet table 11111-t be HiiiintaiiiiHl
W luitever becomes of the gold or Hllver
s'undiiid, the purity and eupreuuicy of
the cuff e etaililuril 111 list be preserved.
For ourselves, we ure for Cotlee, and
our prime A-I ColTses lire f.r the public
of A.IuiUiTiue.
Orchestrion Hall,
ON K MlillT,
Monday, December 12.
II tOKN'S MAMMOTH
lifiCle Tom Cabin Co.
Bruss lliiud and Drcha fa 26 prumlueiit
plater', liitriiitui'lng
MISS GRAf E MILFORD,
As TOI'SY.
New and Llab irate H n:o Setting',
Pdpu'ar Pi ices .'."), til and 7.'.c. Suits on
eal.i a . A Matniii Cos
Men's cork luMilea
Men's Willi snrk
Two foot rubs
tiiovts from eeu's up.
. fif
. Ic
. be
Till l7t.
The fiirnlturM of a six roi in houe can
be seen at S ). Iki6 weel 1 1 j -r in road
after l a. lu. Thursday Mrs. Frances
li. Juhueou.
Huy your eumlies. fruite, ''tits and hol
iday sweets al Uti Raillnad avenue.
Free ii ch always mi hand at the
Paradise. Haehi rhl liloml.
i l.ailliV walking hats and sailors at
i cost. U. llfeld Co.
If ?.T.7.i
n'
: KW.'t'S
and that ovcrco.it of yours Is not quite heavy and wsrm
enough for December blizzards. Better look Into the ulster
subject I There's the Frieze In which you'll never freeze;
there's the Mont.ign.ic snd the Chinchilla, casslmere llneJ,
extremely long In material and service, surprisingly short
In prkc because the greater the saving the greater the
selling; that's our way.
5sii.ia Hill II HI I I 'II "
STERN,
AVC. CLOTHIUR.
FABER,
Next to Citizen Office;
Chlldrens mittens
Zephyr hoods
Zephyr jackets
Ladle double silk mllteus.
10c, 2Se
. .anc,3ic Me
..800,aoo,ollC
4oC
TBI MiZK.
Take your girl a box of One confec
tions from the caudy store at 100 Rail'
r ad aveuue.
If you want pickled chill and saner
kraut, call at Bachechl ft (itoml'a.
Ostrich feather boas; a new Hue Just In
it the KiHinorulat.
THF
lllj
Always Goods People
Want; Prices People
Like and Unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Re
ceived. HOLIDAY
OPENING!
If not ready to buy, then you are equally
of fie gieat problem of what to buy.
A VERY SPECIAL EVENT In DRESS GOODS.
There Will be agooil opportunity for obtaining Christmas
(ilftsLere. WhU could tie more acceptable thau a stylish
dress pitleriiV Ask auy woman and you'll llud out. This
ale cf Hue il-ess patterns has been Inaugurated espec'iilly
fur H e benellt of the.t'hrlstmas shopper iu quest of sensible
giHHls. Tt e ass rtment conta'ns magiilllceiit values In both
mark ard color'd materials, Inelinli'ig novelty and plain
fubrics in many handsome des gus and colnriiw. marked
at a greit redui'tb u from the regular price. Voiir clinics
cc .riling to value from
$.00 to $7.50
II Hll lit i.tll t(l lit 1st f liurA will nlain hat tn
HrtMtlcUitl.ri, Srgrv, il.uirlytttj, aud
klflltai
THE HOLIDAY HANDKERCHIEFS.
r'taple aM-lha-year-around stocks have l e-n co'ideiisi'd
to make room for the Chrtetuias Handkerchiefs. Plenty of
ellsiw room (or the Ihrotigs of gift buyers. A wilderness of
styles all priced to please. No room for lengthlydeecrlptl uis.
Juxl Hi gooils and prl' Ss
Initial and Lace Ktgn, 0 In a box, 85e.
Iniiial Hsudkerchlefs at 6a. and lie. eacti.
Initial Silk al loo. and 'J.')C. each.
Hlk Kiiilirrlilered at l V )and ioe.
I,lii"ii from to t one.
I'jiiliioldered from tij. to 12.00 each.
COMMENCING SATURDAY, DEC 10. we shall k o ur
. i
', W I si i ww W
aaaat umMtutttmt in IS mmtmrnfrntrnm aaMMiimi I I .in in 1 i .1 1
- .
A. J. MALOY,
DEALER IN
Staple
and Fancy
nn
Ut
AGENT FOIt
CLUB HOUSK CANNED GOODS,
Nono to Eiual,
helis si'i;i:;t 4 chbameuy hutteh
1 lilt' FUltlOtlK.
118 Railroa.l Ave.
E. J- POST & CO.,
II A. RD W A. RE.
STOVES! STOVES! STOVES!
INO. VAN STEEL RANGES. I. X. L. STEEL RANGES.
AMERICAN JEWEL Il.VSE BURNERS.
WONDER WOOD HEATERS, the only genuine, all
others imitations. A full line of
Coal and Wood Cook Stoves
the Finest assortment of Heating Stoves ever displayed
in the Southwest.
Repairs promptly furnished for all m tkes of Stoves.
Copper, Tin and Slieet Iron work a specialty.
Mail orders solicited.
221 West Railroad Avenue.
Queen in Quality But
Poverty in Prices &
Is our m to for Ho'iday l'resents. Kind'y look through
our sioc a (1 you will find many uieful art'cles that
will jliiise the dear cnes. A comparison of goods
and prices i 1 convince you that it is only the price that is
cheap, mid we positively represent just what the quality is.
T. Y. MAYNARD, Jeweler,
Watch Inspector Atchison, Toptka & Santa Fe Railway-
SHOF
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213 Railroad In. A. SIM.PIER & CO.
Tor. t Tuj.lt ToT'tll
"The Racket" store, I). H. Bostrlght
proprietor, is receiving a magnllli'ent
stock of holiday toys, aud to a tew days
"the Racket" will be able to show up
one of the largest and most approprlatr
stocks of holiday goods ever brought to
this city.
Lat Ms OITat Jon..'.
While on the street cal tell Vui to lei
you olf at Jones', la order to clear Vr.)
by tonight 1 am selling below cost.
VN bllei ou Rttlroad aveuue give me a call.
If you waut to see your money go up iu
smoke, call aud see me.
Bckt Jonm.
J. M. Moore, real estate, Insurance,
loans, manager Albuquerque Abstract Co.
New phone, tli. Ill South 2nd street.
The best place for good, Juicy steaks
and roasts and all kinds of meats, kept
In a first class market, at KletuworW.
II
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DRY GOODS COMPANY.
An Event! Planned for, prepired for. Better planned for, better pre
pared for fian ever before. Christmas stocks complete; carefully bought, to
be rightly sold. The store decked iu its brlghted garb and woarlng Its
brightest smile b'lN yon c inllat welcome lietails concerning this hand
some collection of Christmas merchandise ere Impossible. Only a few tilots.a
few siiggestlniis to emphasize the fact that this store IntMiiU to move the
record peg a notch higher 'twlxt this aud Christmas. Now we Invite you lo
coins; buy If you ara reuly (eaily holiday selections are always satisfactory),
welcome to look, to prk-c, to admire, to
aulas ullftlir Hllat
l)ri UohU of nil
tvHirmriirrmy'
IES
Albuquerque. N. M.
llis Red School House
FOR CHILDREN.
SURPAS-IKS HOB WKAR ANT
OfllKR bCHUOL BHOK.
The "Kord" Ladies' Shoes cannot be
beat for style and quality.
The "Klorshelm" Gentlemen's Shoe la
without a superior, both In styles
and wear.
Our Motto: "Best Goods at Lowest
Prices."
For sale by
roH salb.
liar lloou. Flatarsa.
Thsso futures originally cost over 500
They are la g oJ condition, and eta be
bought at a very low figure. Just the
thing to at up a nine little saloon with.
There Is one elghteitn-foot, walnut top
front bar, elghteeu-f.iot back bar, large
mirror foot rail, and a large sli-door Ice
Ihix. Imi'ilre of or write to 11.8. Knight,
or Schneider St Lis, Albuquerque, N. M.
Photographs equal In finish to New
York City work, for only (4 per dossn. at
Ihe "Albright Art Parlors," 113 north
Third street.
We guarantee the "Richelieu" canned
goods to be the equal of any goods packed
try them only at Becker's Cash
Grocery.
Bee the new silk skirts and petticoats
at the Phoeuli.
I!
A frnts For
STAJDAKD PITTERIS
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
use the store as a help towards a solution
nnn
THE DOLL CONGRESS.
Dolls here of all colors, slzss and conditions; boy dolls,
girl dolls, dressed dolls, undressed dolls, dolls that sleep
and dolls that can't sleep. If you've dolls to bay don't
lows this collection. Krom Co. to $10 each as usual.
Cheaper thau anywhere else.
GLOVeT?OR CHRISTMAS '
tins of our m ist Important Holiday stocks, kid glovea
coiuellrHtof course, with the heavier winter aorta a
g mhI seciind. The siz range, the color range, the pries
range, all complete. Better choose early though, stiaiks
get baillv broken toward the last. Note these values.
Krom li'ic. to 'i (m a pair. Bins' 1 site mousquetalrs
gloves to close out Mc, pair.
CHRIS I MAS CLOAK SALE.
Cloak buying f ir Clirlstuins Is lo be coiumsnded. Cloak
se!iug lu tins store Is going to be a big feature of the
lloliitxy output. We've bunched the garments Into lots,
liearU l i.lv- d irt -es in maiy lustances, and would Just
h iv if it's cloaks fieii its money saved to buy here.
.Tuckets frmii 4-J ',! to ;.'!.)
t'aies f n uu 7oc. to T.iiii
Kill' Capes a' ub.iut lialf price.
DRESS SKIRTS
Kpci'il I d of Fine I r ss Skirts bought eipreHilv for
l iiti tuns tnl. from fin.') f'iO. m., also .Skirti (rum
l i) ii,i.ii.U.
Store OPEN In the Evening
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