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TiliUAIL CITIZEN AMU (JIKKiJl K, JI NK no. mis, Uy instructions from Chase 9t Sanburo we are aulhorixed to sell fava and Mmha Coffee at the olio wing priced: 45-tent colTee nt . . . 40 cents. 4 0-1x0 1 coffee at. . .35 cents. 3S-ccnt coffee at. . .30 cents. 30-cent coffee nt. ..25 cents. 5-cent colfee at. . .Jo cents. ED. MTlMit 114 1. Railroad It., Alboqaarqce, 1. 1. MONEY TO LOAN On pianos, flrnl-ola.Hn furniture, eto, wttliout removal. Also on diamond, watches. Jewelry, life Insurance poll rim. Trust deed or any good secur ity. Terms rrr moderate. II. South 8eeond street, Albno,tier que, VW Mexico, next floor to West ern Union Telegraph otllce. U. A. SLEYBTEK, THE Mil ixsumxce mi mm. iNOTAHT PJBLiC. Automatic TelephomNo. 174. BOOMS IS ft U CKO.HWKLL BLOCK Sirnrcr f.ateM mm In? picture nn the Clin nirrtrih. lii"lr'Miii ti tl mul vih-I so burn l'ie (irHiiiuli Une mil eelectlnii nn the orchestrion. sljal dunce alter the show. K. K. IIMIcr, the p iiuiKr gym-rnl mer chant aii'l 'nrn huyr an t rsiser, at ( a t f. m. ilrovn In tin- in H nlnir in HilvaiH e of n e ir iv i r nf ;n na.!ii I w.th wool, an I which w.ll rti some tune In mor row. Mr. Il-lt r i rt hi" eeilliii nf llornijilln r unify ill Hue r in 'ition, there being plentv nf tr "I wafer ami sr.ss. To lilirlit Rt . li iri.ni In 1 1 I Mere will l e 1 1 veil the best si. oar IIih' loi.heen Hi tl In Allniiii'i ine tnr mne fin-; nerrro minstrelsy, in v 1 1 1 k in"'ires, gram opium" xi l'icl ii. h and (irr!n'tr.iri music. Snclsl dance nf;er l'ie i ri 'tn Hire. Ad mission io cents; cMlireii In cents. I. O. 0. K.Ther will he a regular meeting nf llirmniv 1. 1 1 , I. O O. ., at Its hail ori Smith Second street this evening at H o'clock Vil niemhers are requested to he pf i-i' it. enil v t h i 1 1 n it brethren cordially liiv.i I to attend. K. I,. Meiller, H r Tiling S i retary. In our ample new quarter we are bet ter prepared tlian ever to 1111 prescrip tions ami atteinl to the need of the sick. J. ('. Berry, pliarm:icl"t. A bntiT itHiitfhter U a Inle arrival at the heme of Ihirrv O. Htnuift, ehlpplng clerk for K. B l'uti ev. Kreeh crackeil client, two pniiii'l puck ages three fur 'J.'icente, at A. Unilrilo'. Kor Hale A fine lot of himxeholil (foode. J. H. Malian, 711 poiilh rhlri etrmt. Pchilllng's het Imklnif eiMa. three poun'hi for '!' cent, at A. Cniul anto'H. Atteinl the eule of ilriiniuii rV sample at the KcnnouiiHt. Kmlt J it and Juliy jthi-m-a. Whitney eouipiiny. Laintis ami trliiiinlntr. Whitney Co BAIL OF Heii n rim n Lu s SHIRT WAISTS Hotel Highland. One Block Eut o( Depot First-class sample room European Plan. . . fell Llgbttd ud ill HcJera Coarenleacet A Strictly First-Qass Hotel Are A ipr.'Ut.l, At the la-it ni- 'titiir nf the volunteer Ore depnrtnient the following rPHtlutioii were r.asml: Kewilveil, That a vote of thanks be ten red Mmee hlnl-a ami AnrelU Arrulio fur their kim! il. million of t-'1 to the rte p.irtnient lienel!t fiiml, ami that the gift in prized hlghlv, eliimitig, ae It (tnee, an ajipri'clatlnn nf the eemres of the volun teer Ore department. Itesolved, I Init the efcrttary be in- itructeil to have the above reeolutiou pllh- lilied lit the dull jr paHrs of the city, n 1 that a copy be preeeutej to the ymng ladle. 1)1.1 NTKHl rillK I'M'AHTHKNT. KHANK STHnMt, SeiTKtaty. 11. li. MAYNIB ItiKCHHt to J. e Mattlww.) Pure Jersey Milk and Cream. -Oulrr l'rnmiitlv Killed, tnu.ide Older Solicited. h' lOreiiU-a dimr. Ilnvt yci.r iun UaiiUnrd And btiino on time. At tbe Albusjucrnue Stcim Uandry. Ovrr Col ud MMiBd uU JAT A. EUBBS. Proprietor, rtneu 41. AUIUQUEKQUE FISH MARKET Headquarters for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in season. . . Freeh Kleh and Lreeeed Poultry. 206 and 208 South Second Street. MELIN1 6i EAK1N. IMtsalQ and Be tall Liquor Dealers Family trade lupplled at Wbolrule price, Ktcltulvaaarnufuf tlielamous Yrllowitune Wlilaky. All Die euodard brandi of SI. LOUIS ud MILWAUKEE Bottled beer in Hock. hlrnt Side board and Keadlnc room In Connection and War Bulle Ina Irndi rum ttia wirra. 1883 F.G.Pratt&Co.s IMMKNSE STOCK to sele.t from in a tna'chlrss a.- snrtmcnt of lv.-autiful d('S'iis of new ol 'tiniri ;nd nattetns We desire to lay 8pelal ,Strnts n tin: f u i tint we Inve n il one WaUt in iir Ktor which is not m t.l in tV v ii"w nt)l and nowetl to laM. We h tv; Wiis's from the bent m inufacturers in the country only; and do not tompire th: fjiui'ity of our goods with that of any inferior grxuN nov p! ucd In f' re the public. Our prices we shall always be p'eaned to hn;d open to comparison. It gives us a chance to show h ;w much g iod, honeM value, as to quality and workmanship, cin te A'.y be crowch d into a Shirt Waist. We have just received another n w sliinment of Waists, and must reduce our stock. We want to do this f it, and we are making strenuous efforts to attain this erd. Hence these prices : Ladles' Pcrcnlo Waists, word. (5c. now::::: Ladles' lercale Wftlsts, worth Toe, now -Ladles' (i Ingham Wahts. worth tide, now Ladles Madras Waists, worth SI, now . Ladles' Ptrcalo Waists, worth now: Ladles Madras Walsti, worth $1 r0, now.. Ladles' I'ercale Waists, worth $1.75, now Ladles (J In sham waists worth $J, now Ladles' Basket ( loth waists, worth ,'..')() Ladies' White Lawnwahts, worth $1, now Ludles White )iinmlty waists, worth $1.60, HOW:::"::: Ladles' Wash Silk waUtf, w.irlh $0, now Ladles' Taffeta and fcfatln waists fnmi 1898 Bole Agent iiuino atto Oro Hrand Canned ICyooUa. DBALaaa im STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES S14 S. Second St Hlll.boro Crralnery Hnlter beat ou Earth. rden .-v.ln.ilrd kiec Delivery. CITY UiiVVS. Tin work. V hlluey Co, Room niouldlug. Whituey Co. Fruit Jar and jelly glaxeee. Whituey oouipauy. Ur. 0. W. Harrison will leave (or the north ilila eveuluic. Novelties In our queeuHware depart meuU Whituey Co. W bite enameled tiedeteadii, dreaeers and rockera. at Futrelle a. Fire sale at "The Fair Btore." 3ee their bargain counters. Beat ooucentrated lye, four cans for ' eeuu, at A. Loiubardo a. Laillea and children's ellk paraeola lu endleea variety at the hoououilet. Good evening. Have you eeeu the bar- gaiu oountera at lUe hair store r Croe ft lllackwell chow-chow. Uo eeuta per pouud, at A. Loiuhanlo a. For granlle-wate, tinware and atovee see J. W. Harding, 'iVi (iuld aviuue. White goods ami hiu.Ii gootle sale t!.U week at Gulden Itule GuouHC'juipatiy Old Mauee piaple eyri p, per quart, 'SI Ceuta; per pint, in ceiitx, at A. lAiluUaldo'e. "Iruai Bheuiuatlo Cure. It cure every time, hor eale by J. 11. O'Kielly ft Co. Berry, the druggiet, would like to In form hie patrons and trleinU of Ida re moval a bait Muck euulu of the old etaud The Sulphur hot springe la the Ideal mouutaiu renort withm a dav'a ride ol this city. Call at W . L. Trimble A I o.'b, uu north becoud alreel, for particulara. llielufect at once. I have but mi left of 1'rof. Uchering'a Formaldehyde litnuw eaey, convenient, cheap and etlectlve; Uo trouble. U. ttuppe, prescription Uiug glut, liailroad aveuue. Commer ft Glueeuer. the tailors on Railroad avenue, have dieposed of their atock to K. B. booth, the becoud street tailor. IaiuIh Commer will go to war and William Glaeeuer will remain here. King l-e ft Co., No. lilt Hllver avenue, call atleutlou to their uue elock of Chi ueae aud Japaueee eilks, tens, and curloe; also carry a large assortment ot ureworks of every description Call aud aee them. Hon. W . B. Chlldnra ami wife, and the children, with Mrs. A. G. Wells aud chil dreu, and T. h. Culley, will leave thli evening for the upiwr I'eetsi rouutry where they will go Inlo camp aud U-.li (or the mouutaiu trout for aome weeks. If you Intend to enjoy yourself lu the mountains this summer, remember the eiilphur hot eprlugs, limited lu a valley of the Jemel luuuutains, caiuiol lie eur pansed for eceuery. For particulars write to w.l. Trimble W, line city It was our move aud we have moved to the coruer of Kouih First street and Gold aveuue. The auiue courtesy aud prompt atleutlou a Horded our patrons In the past will be continued at the new store. We want aud will respect your trade. J. C. Berry, the druggist. Lsiu't forget that to-night la the first performance at Orcheelriuu hall of the Imke City Jubilee Mlugers. The program la of uu usual merit, being composed ol aoloe, dueW and (juarlele by the Jubilee Tli Volunteer. 0aDt. IlorMiUile etated at 3 o'clock this afterniHui that lie had Ml names to the Company A enlistment, the follow ing being added since the rrport of yee ti relay artertuKiu: l'eter J. Mi lirath, K. I.Kreon, Boliert J. ArniNtroTig, n. f . hiulth, Kiclmrd Brown, Fred I). Kirhnrds, A II. Uck- ur.le, Hugh g linn, Jainee I'hlllp llughee, Harry Bariiett, liert I) Long hehl, John J. Hheehau, Alexander Ar- ney. The ciiptuln etatee that there are Qf- tean enllnted at Gallup, who are ex pected here this or to-uiorrow evening provided transporiallon cau be (.ecureu or mem. This afternoon Cant. It irrad.tile re ceived a dispatch from Gov. Otero, asking fur the more volunteers for tue "Itougli Killers," ThU city is truly supplying Its share if the volunteers. Death ul Mm .liiliu Hul. Word was received here this ' orulng, in Mrs. Thus. Wal-h. annoiinelug the 1 'iitll of Mrs. John Hnlie, at Kitnn. yea. t Tday atlernoon. Mrs. Ku'ie itud chlld- r n left this city a short time ago to v.sit relatives and tneiiil i at Union, and i few days airo her hiiidmnd, who Is U enian on the Santa he lai'lilc, was c '.lied to Baton on account of her sick ueea. Thk ClTiKN condoles with the bereaved liushaml, who has many trlenda In this city. A aruinl Call, A second call la made for the singers of the city, old or ynung, to meet at the ' 'ongrfg.il iniml church (o morrow even Ing to practice puti'.oliu sougi for the grand rally to be held ou the evening of July 3rd. A reitiest Is also ma le for all who have books wttu patriotic songs, to bring them. This Is the last opportu nity for rehear-in g, and every one who cull helpata'l, Is urgently requested to altnd to morrow evening. hllilrau plintii. We have made a special study of this branch of photography. M e've studied It long and carefully. And mothers tell iw that We've never nisde more pleasing photos than those of their children. Our unique iees and artistic style of finish ing photo bring out the prettiuees of the little ones faces. ,t us make aome phntna of the biiby. norhees, the pho tographer, liailroad avenue. Mr w autfer!hra. The following new eulHiTlhers were to day connected with the Mutual Auto matic telephone enmpHiiy: italpn lial- loran, reeldence, ,o. 4.1.; Louis trailer, No. 4tS7; W , L. Hathaway, reeldence, No 4'.t. now . .10c .5r . A'tv . .;oc " .ttfe Sl.io : 1 3.-1 I..V) i ;5 S.I.I0 l.7." to $10 ROSENWALD BROS. Slightly shop-worn men's shoes worth $:t, yours at (I per pair. A. hIMI'IFK iV CO. TUB C1TT lit BRIEF. Personal and General Paragraphs Picked Up Here ana There. Remember the tins cream to be served at the lawn fete to-ulght. II. P. Schuster and wife, who were at the Jemex hot springs, have returned to t ie city. The old town band will make the scene more attractive at the park to ulght by rendering military airs. . Col. Walter 0. Marmon, of Laguna, C line In from the west last night, aud Is around among the Albuquerque patriots to day. J K. Baxter, the traveling auditor of the Kimta Fe 1'arlllo and Houthern Cali fornia, la at the Hotel Highland from the west. Mr. and Mr. James Bnien, Miss Olive Donne and frof. J. Kverllt Bmith have returned from their enjoyable outing In the upper I'eco valley country. Mrs. Francis Crnesou and son, Frank, the family of Dr. Croaaou, left last night for HI. Cloud, Minn., where they will visit during the summer mouths. Mlsa Kills Jones, who has been visit ing her friends In this etty, returned to her home at Cerrilloe last evening, from which place she will go to accept a posi tion lu the telephone ollloe at Hauta Fe. Hon. Klflgo Haca, of 8sirro, came down from Hauta Fe last evening, hav ing secured the pardou ot Tom Crow, who had served six months of a three years sentence for the killing of oue Labada. at Kelly, N. M. Mr. and Mr. B. Gonzales, Mis Han tlstevan and Hon. Juan Hantistevao formed a little party from Tana, N. M , who were here for a few hours last evening before proceeding ou a trip through siexloo. Kd. O. Hughes, representing the Pala tine Fire Insurance company, with head quartera at Henver. Joined the army of lire adjusters In this city laet night the 1'alatine was represented In the Grant Ilfeld lire. Mr. and Mrs. Hoi Luna came In from Santa Fe laet evening and continued ou to I ami Luuas on the midnight tralu Mr. Luna states that they are having ditllculty In Hauta Fe getting their full quota ot intantry volunteers. Have you had your fortune told, young many If not, do so without delay at the gypsy tent In connection with the lawn festival at the park to-night. The tent hidden among the treee, with so fair fortuue tellers, will be an attractive place. Judge J. W. Crumpacker and Sheriff Thomas a. Uuhbell will depart this even ing for a two weeks' trip to I .a Forte, 'ml., and a visit at Washington, D C The geutlemen will take the bear that was captured at Jenii-z springs along le Introduce him to the "elephant," ami trouble Is "Inula" for the "tiger," said t be ao rampant lu the cnpital city. If be attempts to niolc-t the party from New Mexico The board nf directors of the Albuquer que l.mid and Irrigation company held important meeting joterday allernofn. After rilarnelng the recent decision ot Judge McKin, the board ilicided to a' ones luiugurale work on the new cum'. The company's iiMorueys were Instructed to proceed with the necesntry steps to secure the rii'hl of wiy. It Is rIvcM nut that the construction of the canal will I c Vigorously piosecute l when once begun Capt. C. II. Ila-Comli, one nf the popu lar paasenger comlui'tnrs of the Santa Kc railway, between tins city ami Kl 1um returned irn-u ids vaeittioti (i,u-k ra '. last night, lie vl-uted all the priucitii eesteru cities, ami unid it v t -i t of a feu dnys to his sister lu New Hampshire. whom lie had not s vu for a numtier oi years. The csptulu stales that the east thoroughly aroused over the war, and patriotism Is ramp mt everywhere. A. W. CManil. the cipitalist, who sp 'nils nioit ot the euuinnr months at the ihinous eea resorts, l i In the city to day, arriving from Denver luit night lleha Ooine to Albuquerque, so It is stated, to eidlst with Frank Lee nml oilier giiHiini Albuquerque bovs, win were only await lug the arrival of Andy before placing their names on Ui mil- ler roll. John A. .lucoliy, Culted stutes ganger Is lu receipt of a letter from A. L. Mnr rlson, the Internal revenue collector, In which the Information is given that "a I war stamiis rei,ilrid will reuch Mr. Jaeoby before July 1st." The I ii i t . states ganger win umiouiitediy receiv these etiimpo this evening, the war revenue bill going Into t IT' ct to morrow. O.K. Graves, the popular Isle'a Junc tion station agent ami telegraph i er ator, came lu fr m the Indian vlllegr last night, ami has his name on "f stnr gee Knro eiin register. He rmphiiticallr deuhwi the Biicrllon, sent out to some eastcru pepers, ti nt th Hisnish Amer leans and I'liebli s ot the lsletu village are enlisting. The mother of Rev. Bruce Kinney, who was riceiitlv animlnted tiaetor of th Hniitlht church In t!. Is city, arrived here last evening from her home at Sioux Falls, Dakota. She had the little son or the preacher with her aud they will take up their home here A. R. Kly and Richard Brown, two well -known Sail Marclal patriots, are In the city to day, with nr. A- G. crulk shank. They are at Hturgea' Kuropean Kirk Bryan, one of the bright sons nf Prof, and Mra. It. W. D. Bryan, has been III the past week. He is reported con siilerahly better to-day. I V-eJ '"X . l fiir "('' V ft LADIES, .'. ry'Am i.i., v ? Gigantic July Jubilee Like the rocket, our sales are goinj up llko the stick, dowel come our prices. Booming bargains tor INDEPENDENCE WEEK that will pleasantly vibrate through every home, office, shop and field. We light the fuse w ith the torch of sacrifice I Prepare for the Glorious fourth with values that shoot out dollar saving spark worth catching. They'll not burn you, cither. J1. T,rV!-J!'!,"H!V A fuarant ticket with thla laaioaf mak ( clathlnf SIMON STERN, The Railroad Avenue Clothier. Uncle Sam's New Scarf Pin The "PEARL OF ANTILLES" pleases him immensely... W have Scarf Pins, Rings, Lace Pins, Shirt Waist Sets, Chatelaines, etc., etc., etc., made in handsome designs and attactive effects. mm T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler Watch Inspector, A, T. 4c S. F. R. R. mil. i. or iioK'-h. , he H,. Iiei.' Aid SorletT llaliin Molil tt'n'k lu I .illerllnir Funds Nils. ,1. II. VI nub, treasurer of the above soc i t,i.iiiiniltted for tiiihllcatton in Thk Cn i-n the following list of those wh, i ll'ivi su' 'nhed to the Soldiers' Allien . lety 111 il: A. A. i irnii S fo oo l"l.t N.iln-i r,l Milllk '4Tt oo Mr-. K. I . in iai ry I iroriir W . imtll I 11. 1'nlnev K. J. I'imI .V l i S . K. Miirvn-i. M .Him, I I i-e ; Ln h, IM.ii kiAi'll At Co ( ) N. M.iiton Ilfel.l Hum .. Ilai k ol Cimiinerce C- W. Kim l'rvl il lie c lrK, Julio Inks J. . H.irot It , M ra. it kstroni K. I. Wi.-liliofii At C' II. Urn, kiii.-ier W. II. Il.itn. y 1 truntlfiil lltoi. C'nl'i'V .V Ammo , lit hii(i. Alhuulil H. I-.. 1-. . i Mis. Atllnir Well. A. it. u, ;n W. II. t li I. let Wriiioi.i i ,v Lfwomoll Ml... I . II ,1,1,11 M. A ll '.I line I. A ll.o In Mi J. a. Ilnl.l.. Mt,. V I . Annuo .1. t . Il .Iii.Il.-c J, Co A. I-.. W.,.k, t J. II. T i lly .t Co... M. Koilcv I Inn. !. Kck-her J. K. H.l. r W. T. M.-n .ilf I . N. ilk. i.n li. Ill miil'.ir I . Wi-illcr .v Co V. ', ! uln-lif .m. e. m.uihii II. A limner Win. Klekc. W. An.fi Ilu li -K lln.a l'al in i i, t.tiK W. Mi . .it- Cl.iyton...., Kit. l'r..U C. II. Ilii.,lliu A. h. I Cnv iilli-n .... W. X. I'MlklUlll H. h. Mcvt r I'. K M.t .1 111 A. J. M .I..V J. I- . M.lMlli'KS I' C. K. 'Hie Mm. W. I . Mi t'ti iuhl. Myiru-il I . r-1 1 1 ft-lil I. .IOI C. lii-n V. I-.. I i.n.k ill leln i . l .ikin V. I . Ilmke I. V Ti.lci .1. M. M. ..ii- I ,. I ,. I nun. Ol J I I. I i .Iron M.i- ii . :..Uiy Co li. till.. A. l.oi l. ii.l i . e . rim hi Please Note.... 111! Wo Havo Just uocoivcu a ..CAR of GLASSWARE.. Our selections were mule with great cart), ami we IM sure that you will bo pleased with the de signs tint we have selected, and now have on exhi bition in our Second Street Store for your inspection. We are suns you will be surprised when )ou note the quality of the goods and the very low prices , A, I. on 1-,-ii. , i Ml-. A 1 1.... li i I . A. A,., ii . I. i..tvnald i .M. M i i.i-r E ' I .,: I . !m o.k I -on I M Ti le oil K 1 1 1 .1 1 I I lr. J. K. H.u nea J. A l "'ton K I.. M .ll.-t. I.. K. Al.rl .... C'li.iil1 o.i Ui. k ... . I tio I in-, sin ,ii W. W. Ml. OK III. T.i-. I .-t . 1 1 1. il 1 M. I II I.. A. Ir--.,.l A. .-nno.lrl I I. A Si il - mi A Co l i,t.i!,I Hon. A. l-.vel.ll i 1.. II. Mrfil . . l.i.Menil,,il ,lrf IM Jol.o A. J. ol.y I.. I 1,; nil. ill i. si.... r . . . . .I..-11 .. AOllll.. i.oid ., ..Hi., .ik- . li we are selling them at. WHITNEY COMPANY . A. I A. I-ii h. J. Alu h . A II lr. I hit A. N . I lleill.a I' . J.ion , .11 M. Ii. it I. II. t Jildur II . iS . II. I W. II. I n. kio In-l) li,on,lr ti. I . ii IlllhOll K. A nm I. . A. t-i II. J Ai i I ... ki i.li l Hoi" II I,,, Urol, I t . I . .l.ilill I-. I.. I . .1, r I I. in v Hull. ml .-oi, ker. Ji S II. .Mo .ir I-. k'onirr.i . . . Mn. I. , f I y ... . lliu - liooi inr Tot il . Win. Win t no ti oo 6 oo A no A no A oo li no 5 on ft on ti on li no a oo 6 oo ft oo H on a uo y mi u rm ti r,o J f,o U no i no 'j oo '4 oo ti no '4 on J Co ti no '4 oo '4 no 4 oo 4 no 4 OU li no li oo 4 on 4 On 1 Mi I W . 1 no i i o ; I no I no I in 1 no 1 oo 1 D.) 1 oo 1 oo I no I no 1 no 1 no 1 oo 1 on 1 no 1 in 1 on I Oo 1 oo I OO I no I no I oo I On 1 oo 1 Oo I till I oo 1 Oo 1 no 1 on 1 On 1 Oo I no 1 OO 1 OO 1 oo 1 OO I (HI 1 Oo I oo I no 1 oo 1 oi 1 oo 1 OO 1 Ol I (II l no 1 oo 1 u fio r,o in t,i im t, 1 f Mi Jas. L. Bell t& Co. Dh AM KS IN Sttpla and F:i:cj Groceries. "Do lixm up, lho txrriri arc dclicioua." The lady ia riht. Our alock ol fruit it the fineat, Urgeat ,d freahest in Albuquerque. Ai we carry everything In acaaon, wc can supply any fruit deairea, not only of the best quality but at the lowest market prices. You will uvi money and be belter aatia ied if you order your fruit from ua, whether lor table tuc or canni. g purpose. Our great summer specialty ia our Iruit department. At this time ol the year fruit ought to mak up hall ones living. It's one ol the lew good tilings one can't have loo much ol. BOLLEIVS rti BLACKSM TH SHOP 309 ' opper Ave. Horseshoeing a Specially. Wagon Repair ing and all Other Kindi ol Blacksmith Work Guaranteed. W bite parasols, all silk, only So cents, ou sale at the li. Idru Uule Dry (ioods ciiiupiiiiy. A. J. MALOY, DE LER IN Staple and Fancy nun bill IES AGENT FOR OLUH HOUSE CANNED GOODS, None to Equal, WELL'S SPRINGS CREAMERY R UTTER The Faniotm, 118 Railroad Ave. Albuquerque, N. M. ! . P.ACHKCH1. K8TABLI8I1KD 1SSS. R.GIOMI. CP HOTEL. Wholesale Dealer In .Liquors, Wines, Cigars, Tobaccos J BAR SUPPLIES. Qy m ral Agents for W. .1. Leinji's St. Louis Ilccr. ICLEGANT RETAIL DEPARTMENT Ol'EN DAY AND NIGHT. Oulsli'o Order Promptly Attended to. Pr'eva Reaaonable and Satiafaction Guaranteed. 1MG.1ECHI & GI01V1I, jPropriotoro, 107 & 109 South First Street Albuquerque. N. M. What Will You Have ? 'Ill take Manila," Dewey says, "what will you have?" You have a wide range of choice at your Soda Water Fountain. W have all the Fruit Flavor from the pure juice of the fruit Pho p hales. Chocolate, Coffee with Ice Cream. Our Soda Water ts always fresh, cold and sparkling, and la a tonic as well as a refreshment. J. H. O'REILLY & CO., DRUQQISTS. ililf 'fit '-gtarl Ho I for Jemez Hot.... Springs. JOHNSTON & MOORE'S Famous Stages Leave EYERY TUESDAY MORNING 63TFor the Resort. Mverr Keed aud Sales Ptahlea. IHCKS to anv part of the city for only 2o8. Old Telephone No 6. New Telephone So. 1 14 COPPER AVENUE, Bet. Social and Third Sts WE DESIRE TO INFORM of Albuquerque The Rood dreMt-ra Xhm Hue line of ... Summer Suitings Await their Inspection at MORELLI BROS., 107 Biuth Ural Street, Near Kailroad Avenue. Suits Cleaned for $1.00. CALL AT THE PEOPLE'S STORE. (U1UULANO BUILDING.) FRESH CROCERIES. FRUITS. VEGETABLES J. A.SKlNNEtt, Low Price and Courteous Treatuient. 1 1 in S un Hi Furniture, Carpets, HARDWARE, Crockery.... Glasswa re. li-.works. IU h'o-i k of lliewnrks at "llawle)'s, i ll the I orin r. Slail orlera solicited. Mrs T. V. Mavuard and bubv, and Mrs, K. li j .tit left for l amp WhiU'ouib, tdl:i iikii iiltix. where they will romp over Die luniiiiiuiiiH and eujoy real lite for the next few weeks. Always Goods People Want; Prices People Like and unmatched Values. Mail orders Filled Same Day Received. mrm i .ID LI ijju DRY GOODS COMPANY. ENR D uu Agents For STAN JARD PATTERNS The Most Reliable of All Patterns Made. Sure to Please. "P OINTERS.ET l'rollliilil.' PoIiith; iMtinttTH tliat proacli il prices piiichtnl; pointers that hIkmiIiI lo iiiit fiil' v HtiiilitMl by tlto-ti! who Imve Iry good iiiouhv t Hpoutl. CaiTt print all the bargain iH'vt, but what wo do print you cau rely upon. It pays to watch lor our auitounceiupiitx; it pays to road thrni cariM'nllv, but it pat hst to buy llit'if's where the actual Having ciiiiioh in. WE'JtE MAKING JUNE RUSINESS JUMP. .The White World Or a world of white, whichever you ho . posloil lii-hioii wri i-l a llii-i will l.e I !-- 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 a while .hi.Is leiii'. l.o:.ei as ll-llill for ll.e cillu p.iluu. .In-t a liiut or two here: ".ml pieces ll.ll;l l.iuoll fimii 5: P'T viir.l to liiiest ma, In. Jim pieces I Hem itii'l htruie ttliisiniK 5c to 25c per aril. im pieces ( lo i k nml Mi ipc r lite imiii it 8c to 35c vnnl. l pieces I'i'iue, w iile utnl narrow stripe; Hie most ile-miMo ami fahioii lilile hile li. mils for hkirts, Wants ninl Suits, from 15c to 45c per yard, hull line of While lo mil-of i ier.v de scription. Parasol Prudence Points to this tore. N lllll tt here. No lift I 1 I ice there's as v!ishI; lint oii lie While, nil Silk I'.ua-ol... While, all Silk with llullle I bet ler stock ; we ilniil I if the ju lue. 85c $1.25 ( olil iinltl Holler Silk Par.i-.iil, ilh Ta-vel and Silk I'over to match; worth f I.i each; special at $2,0 Men's Pants. I Puul- $1.70. I II el . ,11s. l'.'n pair Mui's All Wm trellis for I lliotl M.i.h Shirt Waist Special. About 2of them. All the newest and best designs; made with llishop Shs'ves and deep pointed yoke; lauinlerel collar and culfs t'ompHre them with any Waist at to cents, This lot inav iro at 25c Another lot at 50c Mutch them if you can at 75c. A Belt Sale. nought some (fraud values in newest Hell ideas. iiniiiK to push them nut ilur liiK the next day or two We'll make Hell buying lively; see if we don't. W hite, Hlack and Colored Kelts at 15c each. Another lot, all colors, uu sale 25c each. Metal Jewel lielts on sale 20c upwards; reduction Si on former price. The Wash Goods Stock. Is now at its best; assortments must complete; qualities reliable; prices lower than ynu'il expect. in pieces 32 inch Organdie l.awn at. . .7c ID pieces IdHncli Organdie Hrndcric 12'sc These are very stylish giNila. J I pieces li'Mn. French Organdie. ... 13c 21 pieces Ui-lnch Klnest French Organ die at 25c - Hustle in Hosiery And such Hosiery at such prices would iiiake n 1 1 v store hustle. Let the differ ent lots talk. Assorted lot of Women's Stockings, full regular iiiii.le. fast hlack and tan shades; actual tulue 'Ju utnl 2."c. Price on this lot 15c One lot Children's Tan Seamless Hose 10c per pair. Outing Shirt Special. Made of Percale, neat stripes and chock, full generous al.es, well made and right lltting. These should go fast at 50c Men's Shirts and Drawers. Men's Finest tirade Kalliri.'an ruder wear, finished seams, ribbed bottom at 50c You pay double for same goods at clothing stores. Men'a Hummer I'liileiwear, in (.ray and Kcru color 25c a garment Men's Fine llalhi -iggaa I'liderwear, in all the new colors, such as Tan, New lllue, l.uvetider; only 50c a garment Clothing stores u-k fl.'Jo for the suiue giMxlS, Ladies' Oxford Ties, in Tan and Black, only $1.40 a pair, worth $2.00 and $3.15. rmmtm rn non. innsmrvw