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A.. MALOYJ J. Al.Pl yl KIKjl K, JAM KV H. IK'. I WITHOUT PARALLEL - XJ X ED. CL0LTM1KU CO, RED FRONT. Staple arid-Fancy Groceries A fine Stock of the best Groceries. Agents for Chase tic Sanborn's Famous Teas and Coffees. !U V. Railroad Ar., Alboquerqae, R. I. 10 On piann. first-class furniture, etc., without removal, Al'onn diamond. watches. Jewelrv, 1 i f Insurance poll rlea. Trust deeds or any good necur- It . Term very moderate. H. SIMPSON. 20 South Second street. Albuquer que, New Mexico, next rtinr to lwt ern 1'iilnn Telegraph olllce. JIGideon&Co. DKALKKS IN FURNITURE. CLOTHING, BICYCLES. STOVES. Ill N. First St., Albcqserqn tt. A7 SliEVSTEiC THE IXSUHIKCE IEAL ESTATE. NOTARY PUBLIC. Automatic Telephone No. 174. ROOMS 12 X 14 CROMWELL BLO'.'K iiU Tailors m 207 Railroad Ave., N. T. ARM1JO Uni.blNQ. CALL AT THE PEOPLE'S STORE. (IIK.IILANI) UllLDINH.) F'KESH GROCERIES. FRUITS. VEGETABLES J. A.&KlNXklt, Low Price and Courtrout Trati.int. G. H. DUNBAR, IALKK 1M Real stato IIuuki Krntrd. Kpnti Collected. LAiaut Negotiated. mcw,t4 Gold ATCr TUIrd atrrab lo cnti dimr. 1 1 v ynur ihlrt Ittuudrtvd And hum on time. At the Albuquerque Steam Laundry, Corer Coal t. al tooond mU JAY A. HUBBS, Proprietor, Pboa 414. PALMER & FRANK DKALhKS IS Al.'aifa, Native Hay, Feed of all Kinds and Groceries. 422 North First St. Holiday Goods .-Are on Kxhihitinu ut... , "The Fair' The II, 1,1 for Hi'lcction U wide aud the priciN the loi'-,t. 113 sTFirst St. AJbuqaerqee fisb Market... Kreeh Klnh, Oyatera, Uilwter, Cruha, hhriuipa, etc. baltnuore Oyatera, trenti every dav tu bulk aud caua. UeaJ,iiiartera tor Ureaaed 1'oultry. Mail Order receive prompt attention. 206 and 20S South Second Street. aUUQOQU CANDY AND CIGAR STORE, Mo. 100 Kallruad Avenue. Frc-h Cardut, Fruiti and Nutiol all Kindt. Maillard t bo bora and Chocautn. lmporttd and Donuitic Ciean, Smoking and Chewing 1 obaccot, . k . . Frcah Stock .... A Completa Line or atalliiuarjr l.uui'.. Mrs. M. A. liitrelt w. Drugs! Wholeaa'e and Retail. Mail Ordera Solicited J. 11. O' II IK Mi Y & CO., AI.liryl KKiJl K.NKW VKXK'O CITY NEWS. UlUIILANU-livelr Bnlt-IJitiiJI Km aurauu Klu aauipl llouiu. Before buying uny lieatluz ntove ei atulne the celebrated hnlale Oak. It keepa lire an long aa any bae huruer aud burn any knot ol (uel. hold by iouauoe iiuruwure in, llfeld's for bargains this week. I'luture frames. W hltuey Co. Stove repairs for any stove mude, Whitney Co. Kveutug gloves, all shades, jut In, at The Economist. Call for pasteurized milk aud i-reum at the Fish Market. The big Store's stock tiiking Me Is golug 011 thla week. A full line of choice and fresh fruits, nuts and tamlles at Trotter's. For Sale Foui geuile hurst' for rid ing or driving, lionahoe Hardware coui pauy. Reuicmter Hulling Bros., the First stroet bakers, whenever you lieid any thing in thulr tine. llou't forget the "Green Front Shoe Store," No. li:t Railroad avenue, Win. Chaplin; cheapest and best place to get shoes, aud repairing done on the short est notice. Thl paper is rady to ami', lines that the Santa Fe I'aclnY railway compauy although abolishing the otllce of assistant toremau of the c:ir d. paitment ' lo cal suoj'S aud thus throwing o A of tern- LOAN MAI CONTINUATION OF SPECIAL SALE FOR ONE WEEK LONGER I il Saturday, Ladiea' Cape and Jackets We still have an Immense stork of these gis,s n hand. We don't want to keep in e ivir. Tlere I only one way lo (rain this end-Cut tlie 1'rl'ce. We're ddng tin with vim. Cape w.irth 92, now l 2."; cape worth ", in w f.l.uO; cape worth I. now It."; Jnrket worth f now 3 iV'; jacket worth now ; Jjirki! worth fin, now fn.iii). He are not giving tlctlonal tallies on the e goods, but prices at which they mil. Ladiea' Kid Clovea-We liave been wiling tln'iu (or fl.So to Introduce thmi. '1 tn-y are ep'endld fl.bO valui Viuir money hark It they burnt, lliirlug till" sale at'll per pair. Underwear For the whole fami ly per rent off our regular prices These regular price mint have been wav down, Judging by the underwear we sold, ami the public's verdict of eaine. Thin brings our 91.61) garment to ! 2; our t.'io garment to 1; our 7 l-2e gar uient to 7"r; our 76c garment tit rtH; our garnicM to 21c. And other at mine rate. llii! Ladies' Belts, Pocket Books, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs at equally re duced prices. White Hemstitched and Scalloped Handkerchiefs at 3 for 25c ROSENWALD BROS. porary employment R. P. Kox, will not allow such a worthy employe to be ehelved" entirely. Mr. Kox will be pro vided for, and, whether be will lie located In thin city or elaewhere, tie will bold a very lucrative potdtlon for the above com pany. On more chance to secure a Orat-cla-v aa,lille, valued at '. Kor every :i wiirth of good piirrhaatd at K. K. Htaf fel'a, 114 Copper avenue, you will be pre sented with a ticket. Now 1 your rhunc-1 The choicest supply of lli;uor in the southwest are kept at lgr's cafe, and anyone enjoying anything eepeclall) good will do well to Call there and get sotuethilig select. For Sale Three resilience lot near railroad shops. If desired purchaser will be furulKhed money to build on sauie: payable in Installment. Address po-rt-otlice bot 3!'. While making extra effort to eecun everything to please the public during the holiday season. Trotter always keep a full line of the beat goods to be found anywhere. Strayed, Jan. 4th, a large bay mare with black point; left hind toot while, A reward will be given if returned to W'm. K. Rarry, 7,'Hi south Kdlth street. Hailing Bios., the First wlreet bakers, are eiperts in their line and the very best of all kind of baked goods can be found at their store. (irand masquerade ball at Schaub Bros., in old town, this evening. Admis sion, 'j cents. Don't forget that Newcomer has the Unest line of diaries in the city. Kor fresh, delicious bread goto Balling Bros., the First street bakers. Bmt Lucca olive oil in bulk, forty cents a plut, at Lombardo a. I'haa. Geach, of the Iceberg, la suffer ing with the rheumatism. I'se pasteurized milk and cream il you have lung trouble. Goods almost given away this week at ths Big Htore. Chinese and Jupauese matting. Whit ney Co. Inventory sale this week at Ilfeld Bros. Holiday lamps. Donahue Hardware Co. A hot thing Cerrllloscoal. THE WHITNEY Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Furniture, Carpets, Crockery, Glassware, Lamps Iron Pipes and Fittings. Largest Stock of Brass Goods in New Mexico. Miners' and Jan, 8, Inclusive Dresa Sk'rte Cut right, lined right, aewed right, and bought right. All lhee qualities Combine to mske It an easy mutter for u to sell them right, at all tlni', and sometime to make pe pie wnder how we rail eell them o cheap. 1 hi Into be on of these tl men. Itemeinher, thl la not a money-making scheme, but a cloning nut affair. ladies' skirt worth f'i, now ft 15; ladiea' skirt worth i.iiii, now 9 ladle' skirt worth 1.25. now 92.20; lilies' skirt worth J.ViVi, now 13.76. Ladies' woolen and allk waists at prices that will clone them out for us. Dreaa Goods There la nothing more npprnptiatn or acceptable for a Christmas t.tft than a nice dree patt rn. We have a llmitleaa assortment of theee f:ooda at a moet varied range of prlcea. trees good worth 25c, now 17'jC; dreaa good worth 5"c, now 33e; novelty good worth 7uC. tiow 4ie; all wool ladiea' cloth, 62 in. wide, worth fi.rc, now 3ic; dreea pattern worth 7. now $I.2R; dran pat tern worth (K, now S.).7u; dree pattern win tli $12. now 7.2i. Many more equally good value too numerous to mention. THE CITY III BRIEF. Personal and General Paragraphs Picked Up Here and There. K. D. Fluke, the clerk at D. J. Abel's cigar atore, has been laid up this week lth bladder trouble. Johnny Roll, the Santa Ke caller, left ast night for Old Mexico, where he hopes 10 get a Job on a railroad. W. C. L'Kinurd, the clothier, who Was at 'errillos looking over Ids interests, re turned to the city last night. Captalu N. R. Darcy, of the Home Cont ort Range company, who was north on i hualuess, returned last night. Thos. S. W llkerson's blcjcle was stolen vhlle standing outside of llfeld's Rig Store. 'I he bicycle thief is again abroad In the land. One of those delightful free conceets will take place at Orchestrion ball to morrow afternoon at V o'clock, and every body Is invited to attend. John Arntin,one of the bar-tenders at Zelger's Cafe, will henceforth act as night bar tender at ths Montezuma, while Henry F'aber will take his place at Zel er's. The second eleven of foot ball player if the government Indian school and the foot ball eleven of this city are plating a hot game over In old town this after noon. John K. Holme, a young newspaper writer lately from Glenwool Bprlugs, Colo., made a pleasant call at this olllce at noon to day. He also used a Kaber on the Rocky Mountain New at Denver, Tncle" Henry Carpenter, of Tijera canyon, wa reported seriously III with an attack of pneumonia yesterday, but the new received to-day 1 to the effect that he I much better, although Ht 111 a very sick man. Hon. Jesii Romero, chairman of the board of county commissioner, and J. C. Baldridge, the probate clerk, are busy to day signing their signatures to warrants of bills ordered and allowed at the rec ent meeting of the commissioner. Billy Mason, who got Into a disgrace ful row and then a cutting scrape with Wm. llayerford. Is still over at the coun ty jail, having failed np to 3 o'clock this afternoou to secure bondsmen. It Is WHOLESALE Engineers' Supplies ! On Monday, January 10 we will inaugurate a of all our Winter Goods, which will outshine all our previous efforts. -Wo will place on sale all of our $11, $12 and $14 suits at ""S:r-SarK5Sar5agjTfc5aM PER S 3.-o ! SUIT We also have on hand and in transit several hundred of MISFIT SUITS AID PAITS. Theso we will put in with our best Ready Made Suits, which formerly sold at from $15 to $20, and sell them all at the uniform price of PER I 9. See Our Underwea See Our Shifts, THE RAILROAD learned, however, that hi wife is u iw Interesting hen eft, and hopes to secure bondsmen sometime this afleri.oon. It is thought here that a decision on the motion for a new trial iu ths White A-h coal mine case will be reached by Judge Laughlin, at Santa Fe, on Mon day next. Hon. Nelll R. Field, one of the attorneys representing the miners b is returned to the city from Uant t Fe, wheie argued the motion on lhurs day. The gratifying Information wa re ceived here yesterday afternoon that Miss Zilia Welduer, who is at Ciarlnda, Iowa, and who has been seriously HI, Is concMerahly better, but not, as yet, con sidered entirely out of danger. The lest free lunch In New Mexico, be yjnd all question, ctu be found at Zelger's cafe oil Saturday evenings. If you are not aware of this fact try It yourself to night and be forever con vinced. On Thursday evening next Cot tot, wood Grove, No. 2, Woodmen Circle, will enter tain Albuquerque Camp, No. 1, Woodiueu of the World, at their grove In K. of P. hall. A subhtautlal supper will be served. You can save your wife the hard labor of baking aud thus keep the home more cheerful by trading with Bulling Bros., the First street bakers, A. 11. Hilton and son, and F.ntiiuio Montoyu, who were here yesterday, re turned to their San Antonio home this morning. There Is always a large supply of choice cookies, cakes and pies at Balling Bros., the First street bukera. Room moulding. Whitney Co. COMPANY L CLEAH-UP r, Per Garment - 95c 95c mm mm STOVES W-IAKDWiRE Tinware, Woodenware, Pumps. Plumbers' Supplies, Cutlery, Lamps. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. Donahoe Hardware Co. 120 Gold Avenue. "'W. HEYIW, Manager. E. J. POST & CO., HARDWARE. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION. AunuoTJHnQUii IVES, THE FLORIST. For Cut Flower on all Occasions. ALIIIUUKKUUK, MKW MLX1CO. On arruuutut bl( bu.lu.M la.t tMk we war nualila to taaa InT.ntory. Wa will contliiua our Invautory aala thl. Kvni.mlMr, thl. I. po.ltlv.lji th. hut wmh to th. b.nrllt or th. .rj low price.. Oolil.o ttulo lry CioixL company. A Nnap for ll.allh ttaak.ra. Ranch three and one-half miles from town for rent, with 100 acres pasture; a warm, comfortable house, furnished with cooking utensils, beds, mattresses, etc Cellar and cistern, with buggy and har ness In the bargain. 1'rloe per month, $10. Call on A. W. Rankin, room U, N. X. Armijo building. f KHNONAL rAKAUHAFIIS. K. I.. Hambllu, the commission mer chant of Las Vegas, U at Htnrges' Euro pean. Miss Sophia Ilogau, so It is reported, expects to leave in a few days for Cali fornia. Mrs. A. Rerker, of Helen, came in from the south last night aud registered at Htnrges' European. Ileu. Welller, a flrst-clas employe at (iioas, Ularkwell it Co's , returned to the city from a buiuess trip south last night. E. W'. Djbdon, K. V. Chaves, attorneys, aud others, who were at Hocorro attend ing court, returned to the city last night. I'rofessor C. C. Rrar.uor., who is here the guest of Professor von Feunaar, will continue north to his Trinidad home this evening. I'lill, rritger, years ago a well-known business man of this city, now represent ing a St. Louis house, Is here to-day with his samples. Henry Ksslnger, the Cincinnati whole sale lliiior tourist, who recognizes Las Vegas as his home, la in the city Inter viewing his customers. Thomas Hughes, senior editor of Tun CITI7.KN, went north last night. The ter ritorial board of equalization, of which he is a member, will couveue in Bauta Fe ou Monday nest. U. K. and W'. 11. Coghlll, who came here from New England, have decided to lis-ate permanently. The former, who is a graduate of llrowu university, will take a p Ht graduate course at the Territorial I diversity here, while the latter will Join the engineer corps who will survey for the Uew ditch. 1'r. Arthur Uuilih, former;- a dentist In this city, arrived here Thursday uight with his wife from ludiauapolU. Last uight he was Joined by his brother, Dr. Vlllo Biuitb. who had made a short stay In Ratou. The two brothers will leave for 1'hoeuli to-morrow night for a visit with frieuds there, while Mrs. Biuith will spend the wiuter here visiting her sisters, Mrs. George C. tialualey aud Miss W right. SALE SUIT. AVE. CLOTHIER. XUXrVKT XkdX33E:XOO Big Hero are Just a Few of the Many Bargains During Our Removal Sale I Ladies' French Kid Hand Turned Shoes $:,.73 Ladies' Genuine Hand Welt, a Regular $5 Shoe, for . . .' A Big Line of Velvet and Quilted Slippers, Sold for $1.75 and $a Removal Price 83 Big Lot of School Shoes at Away Down Prices for Cash A. SIMPLER. 1 GOLDEN RULE DRY On account of the big business last week we were unable to take inventory. We will continue our Inventory Sale this week. Remember, this is positively the last week to get the ! benefit of very low prices. To Clonn up Cloaks mid Cupex. Many of tou have waited for thla great sale ; you have not waited ill vain. Hie clonk must go. It Isn't a question of loss, that's not considered. Htyli-h. up to-date garments were never sold at such a eacrlUce before In this scrtiou. All Cloak and Capes the 1'rice is rut in two. All go at one-half former price. That DreNH (iooda Stuck. I top heavy. We've gone carefully through It and cut price right and left. There'll be some empty dress goods fixtures la this store a week hence. Colored I re mm (lootl. Former price, 35c to 4.V per yard. Now 25o. Another Lot of Novelty (Joods. Former price from 60c to 75o per yard. Now 3',ic. Tlie lUuck Goods. Must go along with the rest Htiple as wheat; gmd as gold, but that won't save tlnon from uaeritlno Wa hmi.I that this sale should reach every comer of the store and we meant it, every word. Ail prollts cut off. These Rlack Uresa (toods at actual cost. A Silk Slide. Hunched into lots are many of these beauties, some ut one-half, some at two thirds early season's prices. Hil for waists, silks for gown, silks for any purpose, and priced on a par with ordinary woolens. Hilks at ?.k; 31k V.m. o's), 77e and H'.to per yard. Who cannot afford a silk dress, waist or skirt at these prices? A Handkerchief Hustle. Several big lots that were used In the Christmas dec orations will be sold. Nothing wroug with them but the price and dust. 6c burs auy ot the lot. 10c burs lultial 811k llaudkerchlefa. ' Golden Rule Dry Goods Co. Staple and Fancy Groceries! a c t r iron riVh BELL'S tlOUSE SPRINGS CANNED CREAMERY GOODS! BUTTE K NOJfK TO KQCAL. THR KAMOl'b. 118 Railroad Ave., AlluKpiprqup, N. M. BACHECHI Wholeule and LIQUORS AND CIGARSj Have You Seen tha of BACHECHI SitutteJat 107 anJ 10 Suth First Street Ni -Why they hive jmt receive! acr load of Whisky, both Domestic and imported, which for age and ll.ivor cannot bj surpassed by any liquor establishment in the country. Call or write and get prices and you will be convinced that no other house can compete with tu in prices, as we are the only firm in the southwest who buy in car 1m 1 lot for spot cash. We alio are general agents fur W. J. Lemp's St. Louis Hjttled beer. 107 anil IBS South First Stieet THijrjrjaoNiJ no. oaa. I DIAMONDS NEW MAYNARD (119 South GRAND OPENING I Complete Stock of Stationery in Armijo' Block. Haviog purchased the stationery stock of the Whitney Co., will reopen the same in store-room No. 205 N. T. Armijo B'ldg, on Jan. S. The stock is new and complete, and in addition a fine line of cigars, touacco ana smokers goods O. Removal OXCOOOOOOOOOOOCCXXIW00030C. &. GIOMI Retail Dealer. Id New Locil BACHECHI & GIOMI. FINE JEWELRY YEAR JEWELER MMond) will be added. A. MATSON & CO. Sale. GOODS CO. Here's a Corset Chance. All odd lines, brokeu assortment of slz or color, no matter how staple, stacked upon the counter lu lots and reduced to prices that will move them In a J Illy. It your size or style of corset Is among them, then you're In luck. All goat (Kio each, worth up to tl.o"eacb. Housekeeping: Goods. At mill prices, but It's only for a week, and we've set out to give our buying public a benellt that they'll talk about. We are going to sell cottons, shirtings, nheetlugs, outing tlannels, towels, crashes, etc., etc., at such price that you call well afford to replenish tour home oultlte for months to come. Hood Hleached ami l ublnached Muslins, 6c; Hhlrtlngs, 4o per yard; Sheeltiiir. 12to to Me; Outing Flannels, bo to S'fO; Towels from oc upwards; Crashes from 3c upwanbk The Itlankets, the Itedspreads, the Comforts. All have been stripped ot their legitimate profits and turned liaise to swell the procession thus: One-third off Former I'rice. A big lot of sh irt length table damasks, lengths from 2 yards to 31 , yards, all grades, bleached ami unbleached, these at sale prices. From i'e to Hoc per yard. To Close Out the Whiter Underwear Stock. , Every Item of men's, women's and children' warm whiter undsrwear will be offered at prices to crowd the sectiou with eager buyers during the entire week of ths sale. Oue-fourih off Former Trice. The Hosiery lied uel Ions. We sp,re nothing, uo matter how staple. It's carnival time for dry goods buyers lu this store just now ami we want your dollars to go further than they ever did before The best 2iu Ladles' Hose at Uto. Wool Hose for Ladies' Misses and Children at l4 Former l'tiee, '