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AI.IU Ql KHgt B, FKIIKl'AKV I. iv.et ill & 11, RED FRONT, Staple and Fancy Groceries A One Stock of the bent Groceries. Agents for Chase & Sanborn's Famous Teas and Coffees. tit I. Ballroad At., ilboqaerqne.I. I. 10 On piano, flrftt-tla-w furniture, etc., without removal. Alwioo diamond, watche. Jewelry, life lunurance poli cies. Trunt deeds or any good secur ity. Terms very moderate. H. SIMPSON. South Second street, Albuquer que, New Mexico, next dour to Hmt ern Union Telegraph office. J. G. Gideon & Co. DKALkRS IN FURNITURE. CLOTHING. BICYCLES. 8TOVES. Ill N. First St., Albuquerque. B. A. SLEYSTEK, THE o MAN IE1L ESTATE. K0T1RY PDBLIC. Automatic Telephone No. 174. ROOMS is 14 CROMvtKLL BLOCK Xr Tailors 207 Railroad Ave., N. T. ARMIJO BtlLDIXQ. CALL' AT THE PEOPLE'S STORE. (IIIUHLAND BL'ILDINU.) FKESH GROCERIES. FRUITS. VEGETABLES J. A.SKLNNER, Low Price and Courteous Treatment. E. H. DUNBAR, BALE IN . Heal Estate Houm Rtnlrd, Kent. Oollectcd. Loans Negotiated. OSm,IM OoM A a.. Car Third strart. Ko 10 centa dime. Haw yuur atilrt iuuudrlvd And home oo Urn. At the Albsqncrqac Steam Laundry, Cvrmtr CoaJ ava. aad 8aaa4 at, JAT A. HUBBS, Proprietor, PfcaM 414. PALMER & FRANK DKALKKS IN Alfalfa, Native Hay, Feed of all Kinds and Groceries. 422 North First St. Albuquerque Fisb Market... Freeh Fish, Oysters, Lobsters, Crabs, hhrluips, etc. Baltimore Oysters, fresh every dar la bulk ud cau. Heailiiiartirii for lireesed Poultry. Mail Order receive prompt aiteullou. 20 sad 20 South Second Slrcet. 1882 1898 HPfaMCol die Agent tamo and Oru bmnd nrifti UuocU, liEALEMt IK STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES 214 S. 8econd 8t Hill.Uiru Creamery Butter Meat ou taitli. Order. Solicited Vive Delivery, Drugs! Wbolmt and Retail. Mall Orders Solicited. J.II.O'ltlELLY & CO.. ALIUQI'KRQIK.NKW MKXICO CITY NEWS. HJOHLAND-Latal' HaSa-Dalay Km- lumuli Flaa ltaa,k. Kuom. Before buying any heating stoves ei amlue the celebrated KeUis Oak. It keeps lire as long as any bate burner snd buniH auy kind ot fuel. Hold by Ikiuahoe Hardware Co. Muslin nuderwiar aale still on at the Economist. Call for pasteurised milk and cream at the Flab Market. Bathing Is a luxury at Hahn's barber shop. S. T. Armljo building. You can get the beet hams to be found In the territory, at Farr's meat market; ten cents a pouud. Ths Willie's orrheetra will render sev eral pieces at klles Albright's concert uest Friday night, February 4. bid you ever see such beautiful uiunlin underwear V W aa heal d on every side by the crowds that filled the Big Htora to day. Leava orders at ths " Iceberg " for Pabst's eiport and "blue r I boon" beers In quarts aud pluts. Charles U. Oeach, agent Ths Chinese exportation caoe of Quo Yueu, which was to have been tried by lulled States Couiiuhwloner Bnrkhardt this afteruoou, was adjourned for another thirty days. Ed. Dodd, contracting plasterer of tbs firm ot Lemtks & UxM, returned from Beligman, out west, laat night, accoin pan led by seven of bis plasterers. Work has been autprnded at Bellgnian until ths wrecked tunnel has beun repaired. hew Year's resolutions are often neg lected and forgotten, but F.F. Trotter's f ssolutloa to auks bis Heooud street gro- MONEY LOAN SOME JANUARY SPECIALS This is usually considered a dull month in the business community. A sort of an after effect of the bustling holiday trade. In order to liven up our January businets we are offer ing the following trade winners, that ought to make eager buyers, even among those who have no present needs in these lines. LAIMLH' Ml'SMX AM) CAMB1.IC UXDKI.WKAH Drawers, worth 50c, now ;i,c Corset Cjovers, worth 50c, now Jt.fc Night Crowns, Chemises, Drawers, Skirts and Corset Covers, worth 75c, now rOc Same assortment of Garments, worth 85c, now (Oc Same assortment of Garments, worth $t 00, now Tftc Same assortment of Garments, w rth $1.33, now .$1 OO Same assortment of Garments, worth $1.75. now SI. 2ft Same assortment of Garments, v. These goods are all made of first-class materials, well sewed and made up in the newest styles. Kxtru Special lrlcp In Hamburg and ShIih Kmhrolriery. SHEETS AM) PILLOW CASES Sheets, 90x81 Sheets, 00x00 Hemstitched Sheets, 90x90 Pillow Cases, 45x36 Hemstitched Pillow Cases, 45x36 TOWELS! TOWELS! We have just placed an order for one hundred and fifty dozen, and want to cle out what we have now on hand. This is your chance to get some snaps. ROSENWALD BROS. eery store 00s of the largest and beet In the sooth west will always be adhered to aud will nerer grow dim. Ills large and varied stock of staple and fanoy grocer ies Is already one which would be a cred it to an city twice the else of Albu querque. Mr. Carl EJward Burg, the young gen tleman from Washington, I). C, who has such a remarkable flue ban voice, was a student of Professor Simpson, of New York, and later be stndted In Paris, under ProteeHor Bon Jtau. Mr. Burg Is the son of Professor Carl O. Burg, ot Washing ton, U. C. Mr. Burg will assist at Miss Albright's concert next Friday night at Grant's opera noose. An expert from M. Born & Co, the great Chicago merchant tailors, Is now at the store ot K. L. Washburn & Co. "Come and hare your measure takeu tree ot charge," says Mr. Watihburn. Any person taking by mistake a par asol from the geulleinen'e dressing room at Armory hall the night ot the Library ball, can get their own by calling at this ouice ana excnanging. A man by the name ot Charles Vlllan was fouud guilty by Justice Crawford this morning ot an assault with words upon Mrs. P. Psrentl and was fined l and costs. Jacob Welnrnann, ot the Golden Rnle Dry Goods company's store, Is reported k'k with a cold. His son, Walter, who was 111 with pneumoula, has about re covered. Alboqnerqueans should skip this Item It Is only to Inform new residents that Cerrlllos anthracite and bituminous coal Is the moHt economical. liahn & Co. Lost A Knight of Pythias watch charm. Kinder will receive reward by leaving It at GrunHfeld Bros. For German, Latin, Greek and Hebrew, private lee-one, call at 81. north Third street Rev. T. A. Bendrat. Don't forget the sals ot muslin under wear, and whits goods will continue all this week at Ufeld'e. Roadmaster A. Dtvlne, of Ban Marclal, stopped last night at the Hlgblaud, Hams, ten cents per pound. 315 south Second street. Queen ware, glassware and tinware at The Fair. THE BUSY UNDERSELLS Dry Hoods Department. $1.25 grade lace curtains... 75c $1.50 grade lace bed sets... 95c Good velveteen 17'aC Silk velvet 50c 20c grade white shaker flan nel, 7 y arc's. $1.00 Good navy blue flannel, per yard 15c Good black serge Fine navy blue beaver cloth, per yard x.oo Motion Department. loo-yard spool sewing silk . , 5c Crochet cotton, per ball .... 3c Knitting cotton, per ball. . . . 20c Choice line metal dress but tons, 2 dozen 7c R und combs 5c Aluminum dressing combs. , 25c POSITIVELY THE LOWEST PRICED STORE IN ALBUQUERQUE. Any Goods failing to give satisfaction can lo returned and your money will bo refunded. Out of town orders receive special attention. WM. KIEKE, Proprietor. orth $ 2.00, now SI .fi 50c flc , . iftt Uc and USc l(c THB CUT IN BRIEF. Personal and General Parafrsphs Picked Up Hers snd There. Jews Treat, of Wlnxlow, Is at Slurges' Kuropean. Dr. Pablo Diaz y Dias will locate In Las Cruce. He was hers tor several days. W. J. Tway and wife are rejoicing over the arrival at their house on I ant Hiinday of a One baby girl. Paluter Tway state that "he has all the qualifications for the making of a Orst-rlaiM art Int. The German Ladles' Aid society will hold a special meeting at ths residence of Mrs. Chas. Myers, at the corner of Sixth and Tljeras, to-morrow afternoon at 8 o'clock. All members requested to at tend. James Duggan, the popular superin tendent ot the Cerrlllos Coal Railroad company at Madrid, Is In the city to have a broken air coinpre-eor repaired at the Albuquerque touudry. He will re turn to Madrid this evening. The name ot ths new foreman of the car department of the Santa Fs Pacific shops Is not T. M. Ranchell, a Tux Citi zen stated yesterday, but T. M. Rainsdale. He Is a pleasant gentleman, and comes here from the La Junta shops. The regular meeting of ths Chautauqtis Circle to-ulght will be with Mrs. Miller, C02 eouth Broadway. The invitation ex tended to ths Circle lattt ulght by the preeident Is neceanarlly recalled on ac count of slcknees at bis house. F. II. Al len, president W. A. Klnnear and J. V. Key, of the Las Vegas divUion of the Santa Fe en gineering force, stopped at the Highland last night, going to Algodoues this morn ing to complete some work with the view of changing the tracks In that neighbor hood at an early day. William CaxHnian has resigned bis po sition as deputy United States martial aud has returned to Sliver City. A. L. Codington, of this city, will In the future attend to the otllce at Santa Ke, and Mar shal Koraker will look after the outside builuess. Max Luna and wife, of Los Lonas, who were at Santa Fe, returned to the city last night and registered at Sturgea' Ku- Ueut&' Furnishing Uoods, Lined Gloves 25 and 50c Rai'road men's gloves (a specially) $1.00 3 linen collars for. ........ . 25c Fine balbriggan hose 2cc Extra heavy red yarn socks. 20c 4 pairs Rockford socks 25c 1 Icavy weight corduroy pants 1.75 Stetson cowboy hats 2.50 (Jroccry Department. 2 cans salmon 15c California canned fruits,.,. 10c Choice prunes, per pound.. 5c Mot ha and Java blend coffte. 25c Sugar cured hnm, per pound. 10c 1 pound Van Houten's Cocoa 72c I pound Dunham's cocoanut. 35c Cream theese, per pound.. .. 15c An criicGrO's Greatest Custom Tailors, Form mi Perfect Fit and Complete Satisfaction No Trouble to Take Your Measure Now an at Any Time During the Season. WILL BE f Simon ,T.rwvyT..rM.T.iaTsT.T?T ropean. Mr. Luna In an enterprising clt-lz-n of the county routh of this city Valencia and he is, ot course, naturally luterested In the outcome of the Injunc tion case. Hon. Sol. Luna, of Los Luuas, Is also In ths city. ThxCiti.kn particularly calls atten tion to the advertlsment of "The Maze,' Wm. Kicks, proprietor. Almost every thing can be purchased at ''The Maze," Its propritor Is enterprising, broad mluded, and Is niakiug a success out ot his business. J. J. Frey, who has been In the city the lst few days, left In his private car for Topeka, Kan., last night, being accom panied as far as Las Vsgas by Mrs. Frey. Mr. Frey Is ths popular general manager of the Santa Fs railway. J. B. Manby, the Trinidad sheep buyer, accompanied by his brother, Major K B. Miiuby, ot Manchester, Kngiand, passed through the elty last night en route to t'ity ot Mexico. C. W. Todd, ot Ash Fork, aud J. T. Mat thews, of Needles, both In the employ if the Santa Fe Pacific, are at Sturgea' Ku ropean. Max Kdler, representing Francis Kdler & Co.. of Chicago, Is In the city. He met an old friend in H II. Tilton, of this oOlce. Frauk Ueutou and wife, and II. B. Kelly are at Sturges' Kuropean, regis tered from Cheyenne, Wyoming. Rev. Cy. Barron, a Catholic priest tf HrTualillo, has his uame on the register at Sturgea' Kuropean. A. P. Buck, ths sheep buyer of the Las Vegas neighborhood, Is registered at the Grand Central. MAZE ALL! Kitchen Furnishings. Earthen tea pots 15, 35, 30c Coffee mills 30 and 50c Fry pans 15, 30, 35c Granite dish pans 45, 55, 65c Granite milk pans. . . . 10, 15, 25c Granite collanders 30c Dover egg beaters roc Galvanized iron coal hod.. , 30c Stationery Department. Envelopes, per package .... 4c Best black ink 4c Stenographers' note books. . 7c Round boxes paper and en velopes 35c 20 slate pencils 5c Visiting cards, per package. 12c Invitation cards and envel opes, per box 25c Full line of school books Expert Cutter Is at Our Store, Exhibiting Their Comploto Lino of Spring and Sum mer Samples of - I Domestic Woolen X.TXT THS PIECE. HE FEBRUARY MMBMSMHSWa Stem. THE KAILK0AD AVENUE CLOTHIER. STOVES WIARDWAEE Tinware, Woodcnwarc, Pumps. Plumbers' Supplies, Cutlery, Lamps. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. Donahoe Hardware 120 Gold Avenue. IE. HJESTSriwr, Manag E. J. POST k CO., HARDWARE. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION. FABEWELL CONCERT Miss Claude" Albright ATTHI GRANT OPERA HOUSE, Friday Nl"flht. Feb. 4. IVES, THE FLORIST. For Cut Flowers on all Occasions. ALIII UUKKUUK. NKW MEXICO. Should a representative from the "Al bright Art t'arlora" call ou you, kindly give him a hearing, an he will have some thing ot Interent to eiplaiu. ftttnO.NAL TABAOKAPHS. 8. L. Uughee, a brother of J. II. Hughes, of this city, Is now in business at Kl Paso. C. Sclieele, ot Helen, came In from ths south last night and In registered at Stur gea' Kuropean. Conductor W. C. Garrett brought No. 4 ths limited from ths went by way of Deinlng into Albuquerque last night. ('apt. A. M. Swan will leave to-morrow on a busluees trip to the Ban Ioidro coun try, where he will remain for three or four days. lire. J. M. Moore, wife of ths real estate and Insurance ageut In ths opeia house boildlng, has returned borne from a pro tracted visit to her daughters aud son John M. Moore, Jr at Bt. Joseph, Mo. The lady also visited relatives and friends tu luilluua. Kx-Gov. W. T. Thornton returned to his home In Hants Fe last night from Mexico, where be Is Interested In some mining properties. After a short stay Id Santa Fe he expects to go to lienver to make a deal In regard to one of his Mex ican uiluea. Mrs. Charles Kasiuan, wife of a pop ular engineer ou the Sauta Fs Pacitlc, with headquarters at the Needles, is ex pected to arrive In the elty this evening from Colorado Spring, Colo., on her way to Join her husband. Bhe will stop over between traius to visit trleuds In this city. O. K. Cromwell and family left Old Mission, Mich., to-day for Ashevllle, North Carolina, where they will remain during the wluter and then return to New York fur (he summer. Mr. Cromwell Is the prestdeut of the street railway company aud the owner ot some Valuable real es tate In this city. Hon. llllario BandoTal, ths popular county commissioner from ths Cabezon neighborhood, and bis sou, Kmlliano Saudoval, the general merchant ot Cabs son, are in the city, watching attentive ly Hie arguments In the Injunction case now peiuliiig before his honor, Judge Crunipacker. Hon. Alejaudro Handoval. the well-known couuty collector, is also hers from Los Corrales. cn v. s Guaranteed. 4 Deliver I AND 3. a- Co, - new Xasxaacxoo 7 r Big Removal Sale. Hero are Just a Few of the Many Bargains During Our Removal Sale I Ladies French Kid Hand Turned Shoes $3.75 Lsdies' Genuine Hand Welt, a Regular $5 Shoe, for . . . 'ZMft A Big Line of Velvet and Quilted Slippers, Sold for $1.75 and $2 Removal Price 85 BigLot of School Shoes at Away Down Prices for Cash A. SIMPIER. GOLDEN RULE DRY NEW ARRIVALS New Spring Dress Goods New French Organdies New Goods ArrivingDaily ONLY AT GOLDEN RULE DRY GOODS CO. AlwaygLthe first with new and seasonable goods--at lowest prices. A. J. MALOY, Staple and Fancy Groceries! CLUB " BELL'S HOUSE SPBINGS CANNED CKEAMEBY GOODS! BUTTEB RON I TO KQCAL, THS FAMOUS. 118 llailroad Aye., Albuquerque, N. M. BACHECHI WbolMl and LIQUORS AND CIGARS. Have You Seen the New Local of BACHECHI & G10M1? Situated at 107 and 109 South First Street No -Why they hive juit received a car load of Whisky, both Domestic and imported, which for age am', flavor cannot be 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 us in prices, as we are the only firm in the southwest who buy in car load lots for spot cash. We alio are general agents for W. J. Lemp's St. Louis Bottled beer. BACHECHI & GIOMI, 10 and 109 South Fiist Street tbxjufxxonii no. aaa. DIAMONDS WATCHES MAYNABD (II Saoth Haaoad) Stationery, School Books, CAIEB1S AID PHOTOGRIPHIC SUPPLIES. We Carry a Complete Line of Legal Blanks, Blank Books, Cigars, and Tobacco, Magazines, Periodicals and Newspapers. O. .A. MATSON & Co. SOU WEST RAILROAD AVENUE. &, (ilOMI. Retail Dm1ti la FINE JEWELRY JEWELER GOODS CO.