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THE DAILY CaTIZKX.
ALHt'Ql KKQI'K. fKHIU AUV M. lwei a cnjomiEii & a), RED FRONT. Staple and Fancy Groceries A One 8tock of the best Groceries. Agents for Chase A Sanborn's Famous Teas and Coffees. til I. Railroad if., llbnqaerqiis, 1. 1. MONEY 10 0 On pianos, first-class fnrnltura, etc. without removal. Also on diamonds. watches, JkWi Iry, life Insurance poll rim. I rust deeds or euy good secur Ity. Terms very moderate. H. SIMPSON. 20t) South Second street, Aibniier quo. New Mexico, neit door to West ern Uulna Telegraph olllce. 13. A. SLEYSTElt, THE MAN USUR1XCE IE1L EST1TB. NOTABT PUBLIC Automatic Telephone No. 174. BOOMS 12 & 14 CKOMwKLL BLOCK COMMEK & GLAESNER Tailors 207 Railroad Ave., N. T. ARM1JO BUILDING. CALLi AT THE PEOPLE'S STORE. (HlliillLANU BL'ILDINU.) FKESH GROCERIES. FRUITS. VEGETABLES J. A. SKINNER, Low Prka and Courteous TrcatbKnU II SPRiN n U STY n H Lib S! From ono of New York's best and most reliable tailoring es tablishments. The latest nov elties in Woolens for SUITS AND TROUSERS MADE TO ORDER. Wo guarantee lirst-class work manship and finish and A PERFECT FIT. Any goods not perfectly satis factory may bo left on our hands. ROSENWALD BROS. E. H. UUHBAR, BALI IN Real Estate. Hotur Krnti-d. Kent. Oollectrd. Lai. u. Nrguit.tmi. OOI,I4 Uold A.,Cir lUtnt MnA Ft 10 cut dime. Have your tjhirt 1 an u dried And borne oa time- At (be Albuqucrqac Sicam LUuadrj, Corar OoJ . ftod U JAY A. HUBBS, Proprietor, PkoB 414. PALMER & FRANK DKALk-KS IN Alfalfa, Native Hay, Feed of fell Kinds and Orocertes. 422 North First St. Ubuquerqae Fish Market... Fresh Fieh. Oysters. Lobster. Crabs, Bhrluips, ate. Baltimore Oysters, ItimIi every day to bulk auil can ft. Headquarters for Dressed 1'oulirj. Mall Orders receive prompt attention. 20a and 20S Sooth second Street. 1882 1898 F.G.W&C0.P Ak.oi uii nd PEALSBS IN STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES 214 S. Second St liill.boro I rr.tnrry Rutlrr ism on fcanli. Order. hire Lh-livery. Hose Good at HocwiJt Prico. Can'tBe Beat .The Favorite. Sec Me Before You Buy or SclL when everyone present participated and bad a niont enjoyable time. The coffee and sandwiches aerred by the ladles were excellent. The ladles In charge person ally superintended the affair, and made It pleasant for everyone who attended. Only one In ten hare perfect eyesight. Hare yours tented this week, free of charge, by K. Klggs, refractlonlHt of the Columbian Optical company, of Denver. Office with "liawley on the Corner." F. F. Trotter makes It a point to han dle a large stock of choice fruit, and any one wlHhlug anything In that line will do well to call at his store on Secoud street. When yon hare anything yon wish to dispose of It will pay yon to call on J. 0. Gideon & Co., on north Flint street, who pay the beet prices tor second hand goods. Albuquerqueans should skip this Item It Is only to Inform new residents that Cerrlllos anthracite and bituminous coal Is ths most eoouomlcal. Hahn Jk Co. Fresh mackerel, lake trout, pike, perch, herring, einells, croppies, white fish, elams In bulk, crabs, oysters In shell aud bulk. Ban Jose market. Leon Ilertsog, the general merchant of Los Lunas, was hers yesterday aud rr turned south this morning- Bicyclers wanted To look at our new odd bicycle pants $2.50 and $3. K. L Washburn A Co. K. L. Hamblln, the commission nier- cbaut of Kast Las Vegas, Is at Sturges1 Kuropean. The finest lot of pants for the leant money yon ever saw at the Big Store, Liberty Chlu'ins, something new, at the Golden Rule Di, Hoods company. Don't boy cheap gloves when you csn get $2 gloves for tl.SS, at Ilteld's. Another ear of furniturs received by W. , Kutrelle this week. Genuine VYhlttaker hams at the San Jose market. AU kinds of fresh Qui) at the Ban Jose market. Chiffons in all widths and colors at the Big Store. Blbbon remnant sale at The Big Store. Plumbing and gas flttlng. Whitney Co. Military and Jewel belts, at Ilfeld's. Babbits at the San Jose market. BOO k. V Ail. Drugs! Wholesale and Retail. Mall Ordera Solicited. J.Il.O'ltlELLY & CO., ALBrQl'KRQCK. NKW MEXICO CITY NEWS. HlUHI.AMO-Lo.alr BU-ImUr a teamaU VI n. Sail Bloom. Tin work. Whitney Co. Pants sale this work at Ilfeld's. tUbblts at the San Jose market. Plumbing aud gas tlttlcg. Whitney Co. Freeh poultry at the 8an June market Queeusware, glassware and tinware at Ths Fair. Stop In at the KcononiUt. Something new every day. New suits of furniture cheaper than second hand at Futrell's. Gents' furnishing, at special bargains, this week at The Big Store. Bathing Is a luiury at Halm's barber shop. N, T. Armljo building. Full line of fancy coffees aud teas at lowest prices at A. Lombardo's. How can they do It V Do what Sell great big towels fur B ceuts at the Big btorer Liberty cblaous, new goods, new shades, at the Golden Kule Dry Goods eompany. C. Bingham, of Winslow. Is at Sturges' European, (xuilug lu from tho west last Saturday ulgbl. Have you examined our specials In em broideries? If uot, do not fall to do so. Uoseuwald Bros. Indian Insurrection may eoms and go, but F. F. Trotter ever continues to keep ths beet and largest stock of staple and fancy groverlea at Ills store that can be found auy where In the southwest. The German masquerade given Turuer's ball Saturday night was quite well attended, but owing to ths small number of dancers In masks it was eon' Vsrtsd Into a regular bill without mat TUB CITT IH BRIEF. Personal sad General rarsgrsphs ricked Up Here and There. Cheese ot every description at the San Jose market. Col. John Borradaile, whomale a flying business trip to Cerrlllos, returned to the city Saturday uiKtit. Attend the I'rof. George concert at the Congregational church this evening, aud hear a chorus of eighty-live voices. Clarence Mepler, the ellli'lent attendant st ths Hants Fe hospital. Is rnplilly recov ering from an attack ot erysipelas. Dr. Cornish has returned from the tun nel, where he Ims been call na for the In jured, aud reports ths tunnel lu II rut class shape. L. II. 1'elrson, representing ths Rose Stillniau Stork coiupauy, Is In the city, aud states that the company will appear st the opera hoiiHe on Thursday ulglit, of the preeent week. Max. Luna and wife, of Los Lunas, are at Hturges' Kuropeau. Mrs. Luualsthe chuli in in of the Cuban Belief commit- tee of New Mexico, and Is around Inter viewing our citlaeus In the good cause. There was a hut time at the C. C. Jones place, east ot the railroad simps, laet Sat urday liltiht. the occasion was a danre, aud beNiile the blacking ot several eye a couple of shots were tired. No one was killed however. H. II. Tllton, of Thr Citi.kn nniiw, re turned home Saturday nlglit after a very agreeable trip to Fort n orth, Texas. He reports ths meeting of the Grand Lodge ot Texas Odd Fellows to have been a suc cess In every particular. Fire Chief B. Buppe yesterday ex plained the practical worklugs of the Albuquerque tire system to a large dele gation from the government Indian school. The bearers obtaiued much val uable information from the chlel s talk. Somebody helped hlmxelt to $3.7u In Carter's hot tauials wagou. standing on ths corner ot Kallroan avenue anil llilrd street, laet Saturday ulght, while the ook was away. Carter has a strong sus picion as to wlio trie tnler is, nut as ne has no proof, uo arreeta will be made. W. L. Trimble, who was at Bland the Dait few days, returned to the city last Saturday night. He states that the Co- chity district is on ths evs ot a anbetan tial boom, and that everybody In the Gol den district Is busily engaged working their mines anil are ready to be in tne swim when ths spring opens up and things movs smoothly at the several big nuns. Word reached the city yesterday, through private sources, that a very motherly looking lady, aged about Ml years, had worked Colorado Springs, I'ueblo aud La Juuta, Colo., on several J A SHOE r,.ui mi mm SETT! In order to dispose cf shoes which have acct quote the following pr quently than flattery. , en lines of it fall, we : more elo aale .... 100 Pair Men's In nobhy toes and wh a ;alf Shoes jo to $3.00 at PAIR 200 'Zmi Pair Fine Welte In lace and congi worth $3 CS warranted 4.50 at and PAIR 150 Pair Hanan & Sons Finest Patent Leather Koameled ralf and some plain calf shoes in lace and congress and worth $6 00 and $6.50 at M ' ' " ' ) 3.75 Ipik Don't delay buying too long, as the supply is limited. Our Special Clothing Sale is Still On. imoii THE RAILROAD AVENUE CLOTHIER. Stern. 7 r i JLJllJ ItiV 1 lilll'iV 17 V lil A. J. MALOY. Staple and Fancy Groceries! CLUB UOUSE CANNED GOODS! BELL'S SPRINGS CREAMERY BUTTER THR FAMOUS. ROM TO RQDAL. 118 Railroad Ayc, Albuquerque, N. M. O. BniEHff. ESTABLISHED 1SSS. e.oroMi. a-Jk. JL. JLaf e Wbolemls Lfealera Id rrllglous rarkete, and was on her wny south. The lutormatlon Is that she is crooked to the core," aud If she turns up In this city our readers are warued lu advance. Turn her aside. 8. Baldwin, the sheep and stock man from Until, spent yesterday at the High land. There is but one thing larking now to ths sheep aud stockmen ot the territory to make their cup ot happiness run over, that is twice as many sheep and twice at many rattle. The prices are now entirely satisfactory, thanks to Die republican policy and the much abused Dlngley bill. Two Iudtana from San Domingo eanie Into the city to-day with threedeer hides, (in me Wardeu Oreenleat discovered them mid arrested them. The Indians satis factorily showed that they had purchased the hides In Aricoua, whereupon they were turned loose. The Ladies' Aid society, of the Meth odist chun-h, will give a turkey supper Wedneeday, February lit. In the store building, corner of Third street aud Uold avenue, opposite Dr. Hope's. Kveryboily Invited to ooine and get a gKxl supper. Capt. William Borchert has accepted a poeltlonat O. W. Strong's furniture store, the captain is a veteran at the business, having run the II rut furniture store In the new town of Albuquerque. A very pleasant sociable was given by Misses Annie and Lydia Kelley uu Satur day night, which was atteuded by a num ber ot their friends. Chas. Norman and ('has. Hsrper, both of Alton, HI , drove in from Hell canyou l:ist night and stopped over at the High land. Look for ths program ot the Philhar monic entertaliimeut lu Saturday's Cm KN, of this week. K. L. Ten Kyck, a machinist of ths Big hour railroad at Indianapolis, Is at the Highland. Hon. Pedro Perea, of Bernalillo, Is In tne city on Dullness. Beet and pork tenderlolus at ths San Jose market. STOVES HARDWARE Tinware, Woodenware, Pumps. Plumbers' Supplies, Cutlery, Lamps. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. Donahoe Hardware Co, 120 Gold Avenue. Liquors, Wines, Cigars, Tobaccos AND BAR SUPPLIES. General Agents for W. J. Letup's St. Louis Peer. ELEGANT KETAIL DEPARTMENT OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Outalde Order Promptly Attended to. Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed BAGHEGHI k GIOMI, ProprlotorSf 107 & 109 Sontb First Street, Albnqnerqne, N. H. E. J. POST k CO, HARDWARE. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION. xaxrw 3VXX3: AXjQTTQTJZirtQTTZl xoo Our 'lH catalogue, with eleguut col ored plate every thing uew and de sirable In iilauts. r,1 bulbs, &c. &c. uow w rite for a copy, BYRON H. IVES, FLORIST. AlbiliUeriue,N'.M. Ben. Hibo and C. P. Duran. from La guna, were In the city yesterday, and had ronms at Sturges' Kuropean. Read the Kconoinlst advertisement. A step ahead ot others In quality and a step behind in price. J NO. Tail RANGES. R. J. Post & Co. have them In stock. Get their prices and save money. Had M.n! All members of Navajo Tribe, No. 8, I. O. K. M., are requested to be present at the K. ot P. hall to-night at H p. m. Busi ness of great Importance Is to be tran sacted. By order of Sachem. W. C. Montfoht, C. ot R. ruasisa, For a good Job go to K. J. Post A Co.; they employ competent mechanic from the east. F. F. Trotter, the Second street grocery- man, believe in square and honoranle dealing, and practices It In his business. Customers can always depend on getting me worm 01 meir money at Ms store. DIAMONDS FINE JEWELRY WATCHES MAYNARD (lie South BMoad) JEWELER Stationery, School Books, C1IEB1S AID PH0T0GR1PHIC SUPPLIES. We Carry a Complete Line of Legal Blanks, Blank Dooks, Cigar,, and Tobacco, Magazines, Periodicals and Newspapers. O. A.. MATSON & Co. SOft WEST RAILROAD AVENUE. PLuamNO. rood Job go to R. J. Post St Co.; ror a srx thsy employ competent mechanics from the east. Ton can find a Urge and varied supply of goods required to furnish a bouse at J. 0. Gideon & Co.' store on north First street and at phenomenally low prices. It costs nothing to look at new goods. Arriving dally at the Golden Rule Dry Goods eompany. All kinds of new spring goods are con stantly coming In, at The Big Store. Turkeys, chickens, geese and ducks at the Ban Jose market. Don't miss those new .outings at ths Economist. J NO. TAN R A NO KS. R. J. Post & Co. have them in stock. Get their prices and save money. Leave orders tor electric bell work at the office of the Colorado Telegraph aud Telephone company, room 2, First Na tional bank building. Yon can save money by buying furni ture Just as good as new at J. O. Gideon's secoud band store on north First street. Tubuler, silk soutache, bercnlsa, mo hair and an endless variety of fancy braids at Ilfeld's. Stuffed manyos, chow chow aud catsup in bulk at the San Jose market. t-1.60 will buy a kitchen cabinet at Fu-trelle's. THE BUSY MAZE SELLS EVERYTHING ! 1IHV U00IIS. 46 inch bleached pillow case muslin loc 8x4 unbleached sheeting. ... 151 9x4 unbleached sheeting. . .ijtfc 10x4 unbleached sheeting. . , 20c 8x4 bleached sheeting I7c 9x4 bleached sheeting 7c 10x4 bleached sheeting. .. .22 c 14 vds Hope bleached muslin. 1,00 (JUOCFMES. CLiOCKEKY. 3 cups and 3 saucers Creamers Breakfast plates, doz Dinner plates, doz Soup plates, doz Howls and pitchers Covered vegetable dishes. Decorated chamber set, . . a St I5c 85 1. 00 1.20 1. 00 45c 38c EXTRA SPECIAL SALE In Thla Department Every Saturday. T1X W A HE. Tea and coffee pots. . 10 and 15c S quart coffee boilers 40c Large square lunch baskets. 35c Patent Hour sieves 12c Tea and coffee canisters. . . . 10c Milk strainers 10c Large size painted dust pans. 10c 2 1 quart double tin dish pan. 40c OLASSWAltE. 6 tumblers for 20c 4 goblets for 25c Syrup pitchers 20c Kitchen lamp, comp'ete 20c Bracket lamp, complete 35c Lamp using No. 2 burner. complete 55c Cake stands.. 45 and 55c Lanterns 55c II AUD WARE. Brass pad locks 15c Knob door locks 30c Ste,el hatchets 45c Hand saws 50c Buck saws 65c Ratchet braces 6c c Monkey wrenches 25 to 65c Hedge shears 1.00 POSITIVELY THE LOWEST PRICED STORE IN ALBUQUERQUE. ALL GOODS GUARANTEED. n AIL ORDERS receive prompt attention. No charge for boxing or dray age. WM. KIEKE, Proprietor. PKKHONAL PARAOKAI'H. Hun Hoi. Luns, ot Los Lunas, Is In the city today. Dr. Frauds Crossan Is at Sauta Fe on professional business. He will return this evening. J. N. O'Brien and G. 8. Flchett, ot Winslow, have their names on the Grand Central register. U. G. Jackson, "Happy Jack," came la from Golden on Saturday night aud has decided to go to Old Uextco. A. II. Hilton, the popular general mer chant at San Autonlo, on the south, re turned to his business yesterday morning. Judge W. C. Ileacock and daughter, Uury, returned Saturday night from Bland where they spent a few days last week. II. D. Becker, the Isleta general mer. chant and poultry buyer, was In the city yesterday, returning to the village this mornlug. II. O. Bursum, sheriff ot Socorro comity, who was at Santa Feon business, returned to his home on the south bound tralu Saturday night. Mrs. Piedad Chavez, sister-in-law of Donaciauo Chavez, the lawyer, has moved to this city from Wtuslow, aud will make hi r future home here. J. 11. Hpringer, traveling passeuger ageut ot the Southern Pacitlc, came In from Kl Paso on Saturday uight aud speut Sunday lu the city. Miss Blauche Ilolden went to San An- toulto, yestorday where she opsued the school to-day, which has been closed for some weeks past ou acuouut of small P)X. air. aud Mrs. Simon Stern aud daugh t-ir, aud L. B. Stem, who were at Socorro yaeterday, returned to ths city last night. Mies Jvuuie Price, who accompanied theui south, reuiulued at Socorro. Cuited States Marshal Foraker passed through the eity Saturday night on his way to Sauta Fs from Silver City, where hs bad been attending ths federal court In session there, Ouly one case has been disponed of yet, that ot a lady charged with smuggling, who was acquitted. Always Goods People Want; Prices People Like and unmatched Values. Mail orders Filled same day received. TM1II DRY GOODS COMPANY. .JUST ONCE A YEAR- Agents for STAHDARD PATTERNS The Most Reliable of All Patterns Made. Sure to Please. We throw all the advertising pressure, all our selling enthusiasm into a merchandise movement for the benefit of our men folks. This shirt and pants sale has been planned on a larger scale than ever be- pSfg-SyZySSXa;SaJ"T fore. 1110 mem 9 x. tut iu Me 11' 8 Pant a. We want you to feel that we've 1 A Big Sale of (V been studying your best buying in Vnluuiulered Shirts. terests in this matter; want you to be L-TwrTirw-zrrzJ fully impressed with the fact that it is economy of the very best kind for yoa to buy of these lots. There's very little profit in it for us, but it keeps business rushing at a season when it would otherwise be dull, and besides we know that our public are not slow to show their appreciation of these trade benefits. We've had them before. Ready for you when you read this. Money back, you know, if every item is not in every way satisfactory UNLAUNDERED SHIRTS! You can upon ordinary occasions buy a fair quality of shirt at 50c. We offer you during this sale a good unlaundered shirt, as good as you can buy for half a dollar at OOC We only have a limited quantity of this lot, so that it will pay you to be on hand early. AU of our best unlaundered shirts, selling up to 75c, go at. 45c NIGHT SHIRT SALE! If you've a night shirt want this is emphatically the time to supply it. Suppose you read carefully the price shavings, then match them with the merchandise. Every shirt in these lots will sing you a money-saving song. Our regular 65c line goes at only. Extra gcod quality Jean Night Shirts, regular value $1.00, only. All our better goods reduced in proportion. 50c 75c WORKING MEN'S PANTS! Two hundred pairs of Pants, well-made and durable, will be put on sale at only75c il PillT 300 pairs of Pants, selling up to $3.50, will be sold regardless of cost at. ., , . ,$1.8o ft Xil 1 T 'ew Hoods Arriving Dally. An Inspection Solicited. No Trouble to Show Goods, A