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Tli: DAILY CITIZEN
ALBt yl K.:yi K, OCT. II. imH 11) in.stiuc.iuns from ChaSc A Sanburn we are authorized to sell Java and Mocha Coffee at the yiiowin r prices: 45-ceat coffee at.,, 40 centi. 40-ttnt coffee at... 35 centa. 35-cent coffee at,, .30 cents. 30-cent coffee t.,.a5 centa. S-cent coffee at ... 10 centa. ED. IMMUIER IU W. Rallrcsl At.. Albaqnerqas, B. I. MOM 10 LOAN On piano. Orit-rMass fnrnitnre, Mo. without removal. Also on diamonds, watche. J"elry. life insurance poll' eim. Trust rieml or any Rood msMir It. Terms Terr moderate. H. Slf.iFoUM. SOU Sooth Beoont street, Albnqner que. New Mexico, next door to Went rn Union Telegraph ofllo. B. A. SLEYSTEH, THE ?i MAN IEIL ESTATE KCTIBT PCBLIC. Antomatlo Telephone No. 174. BOOM3 II A 14 CBOMWKLL BLOCfc Ktif 10 cent dime, liave your shirt laundrled And borne oo timet At tie Albaqucrqne steam Laundry. Corr Col . u4 IUKod at. JAY A. HUBBS. It CO. rkoa 414. ALBLQUEKQUE -FISH MARKET. Headquarters for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in season . , . Frwh KIhU and Dreaaed Poultry. 206 and 203 South Second Street CALL AT TUB PEOPLE'S STORE. (HIGHLAND BU1LUINU.) FHESH CROCER1ES. FRUITS. VEGETABLES J. A. SKIN N KB, Low Prices and Courtou TrutnitaU J. STARKEL. Painter and Paper Hanger OKDKKS SOLICITED. 209 EAST RAILROAD AVE. Ik Albemarle House, J. M. ..HMIl 11, I'HOKHIKTOR. The lloiiee li' a jiir-t twen Reuovated and FirHt ciaxit litxlitau.l airy rooma. Bplfudld loom for light liouiwket'piug, 219 COLD AVE. L. H. SHOEMAKER 205 Tot Cold AveoiM next to Fint Nstiooal Bank, Rei and Second Hand Farniture. STOVES AHD HOUSEHOLD GOODS. Repairing a Sprcialty. Fornlturo Bturiil and parked furnlil nimt. JliKlicMt pricm paid for hpcoihI littiid hoUHcliold tpHidx. 1881 1898 Bole Aent Cuino aud Oro Uraod Caoned F.G.Prait&Co lUoixla. DaaLaai im STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES S14 8. Second St aill.boro Creamerr batter btMt ud hanh. Order Solicltrd lre Licllvery. CITY NEWS. I have got tha beat a cant clmw In lawa Call a Haokln far ml aatata or In.ar- Hovui a, M. T. Arnilja balldlnB. Cut flowers, Ivea, llorlot. Lamps and trimmers, Whitney Co. Copper and tin work. Whitney Co. Picture frame made to order. Whit ney Co. Hiove repairs for any stove made. Whitney Co. Merchant' lunch every morning at the While Kiephaiit. Ladlea' hotdery almoat given away, at B. Ilfeld & Co.'. Nut loaf Something new. Try It. Ilelauey's Candy Kucheu, Ulgtiaat price paid for genu' clothing at Hurt's, 117 (iuld avenne. We will f urnlnh your house on the In stallment plan. W hituey Co. The beet summer fuel la Cerrlllo nut coal; per ton. liahu & Co. Laillea' uiilitury and walking bat. In all the new shade. Koaeuwald Bros. Curtain, rug aud matting. May & Faber, 115 (iold aveuue, uexl to Citizen Ladle' dark wrapper aud elilrl walels at Airs. Wilson's, 218 Houtn Ueooud street. Ladle' Gooilyear welt Que hor at i io at the Green Front. W m. Chap lin. Hard Oil now 1 the time to get it. Hahu ii Co.' Cerrlllo coal yard I the place. New red aud army blue In dress good are the lati t. bee the uew things av t. i u em iv t o. a. Fresh vegetables, fruit In season poultry and staple grooerte, at bell Hi Co. 'a, beoond elreet. Kead our ad ou fourth page of Oil. issue you will tlud It Instructive read lug. Gulden Hule llry Good Co. J. M. Moore, reul estate, Insurance, loaii, mauager AlhuiilerijUH Abstract Co. fiew plione, iii. Ill Bon III iui street. Bend us your account aud we'll col- 1-ct thun or It'll C'ist you nothing New Mexico Collection Ageucy. Poolotlice box iu. Do you remember that cold Sunday at me oegiuuiug or last winter wheu you bad visitor aud hail no hard coal to alart your base burner? Let us stock you up now. lUhu it Co. W auted A girl who understand eooklug and housecleaulng thoroughly; wage monthly; no washing. Apply In th morning only. Mr. Alfrtd UrauHfeld, p iu Copper avenue. Mrs. (J. L. Khattuck, the well known dressmaker, desire to Inform her ens towers aud possible uew patron that she WE ARM RI-ADY ' At II ll at lit il veil Wi'll V f. o cost iii f ..111 iiUii gr 1 le l .of, nmt: 'ii. I nit or , r. OUR CUTTERS.... Areni.i-iHii Ik (nt'li g and pre pH'Hilmi nf 11 1 1 - for ill.' tul Ii1. Ti ey Cl rut vi ir in.' it tin1 way yon WSIIt It. Mil I It Will h" ll liviTnl t'l vwir home 11 1 11 iii'. SPRIRG LAMB... i' aie 11 r r i i'K r nHitii nents of pr.iw l.n 11 h, nun iitt tn six mont'is old, t inter, n'fii c nt alio Juicy, ll Is the het thing we have o flir you 111 the way 11 meats for this we. k. YOUNG VEAL... It H..ii.cii k ' alwaj I nve on Ir11.1l. 11.l Cinqs, ll hsIs, l!r, a-ts, ll lies ir M I'wlnii I'm in, y. 11 rim HlWi yi ol' Hln fit III hi, Mid II' inenihcr our vial rmn. fioin )i.ik f ilve-, not vi-a In u st'eis. KANSAS MUTTON. Me ievi tinr ii-iiiii coimiiwmetit of r irn -led Kmsas vlntton this week. We will Hi n lae 011 f-hI oiii refill r count r aieel.,ltie: Head- pIh-w, III 1 1 Iwu I.iverwirst Minret Kii u, Conked Corned H.'ef, Mr., K.te. OUR PARAGON SWISS-.. We haie been UJHig lor win time to Und a h'Kli graile domestic Swiss Cheese. We believe we Iihvh found it, and offer our 1'iirng . liom st:c SwisH n t!i( Ii. Ht ilomi'itli' Swiss che.se anll in Al ii'!ii' iin in htI. we lii'licvn it In lifiior In iimny In bIhiicw than t!n chi'i'ic ot'ior dentin wil you lor I1np.11 li'd. liive it a trial. SAN JOSE MARKET tin- rwnovml fri.in th X. T. Armljn biilldliiK to room 2, "I tin KiK.evtU," up Hie otrwi, wheru sh mil I plroi-etl to rrviathem. Mra. M. M. Trulie, who nijoyed hir racatlon In Khii-hn City ami In othtr la ga ritlm, ri'turnpd I ml nlnlit, and wan pr 'inptly at ht-r nenk lu thn Inw utlli-o 01 tiillilAn tt Dotwin tin tiiornliifr. Mr. I llllc arcnlIipuIllHl aim. K. . Dolwoli nml children ii'.nli, Mit Hik latter are nut expected home fur a few ilinn yet. The Alliuiineruiie Aluai't oompany (Ineorporateo) tut- the only oumplHle, Up 1 1 date eet of ImioIch lu tlie rolinty. An a:raot furnli-hHi on ehoit notice and at reaeonahle price. Mhy take plmlicea of mHtnkee lu looklliK up tllli H ri'in In ilexenr J. M. .Mm. in, Mainiirer, 1J1 nouth derond atreet. New plume iii. 1 he 'Duke City Uiinrtelie." rompoeeil of Kd. VM0011, Kd Lane, Ktl. HtlllaniM an I John Veuithi, are arraiiulnit to leave ihe city ou a ti ur the of tluewe k. They will so over the Hii1a Ke I'aciUi', and en route to eoiithem I allfnrula they will atop 1 n at the various towns to alve open air concerts. Frorraetlnatlou lit the thief of tlni'i" and wi l cause you m.ine pliimlieM' lilll if you don t proviiie in Hliiiinlant coal niliply liel'TK that Hii'tilen cold Hlnip 1'i.inee on; 1 1 rr 1 1 u- iianl and unit coal llilllll a 10. All persons wIhIiIiik fnrnNheil room -t .tt all linve romiM 1 1 rent urx ri qntnl ui coiuuiunlciite with W. 0. I.itman, Cromwell I. lick, ollli'e with Mm11.1l tutoruatlc Teh plmue Co. Thnne 4io. Mra. France TI10111 ix, colored, died at her home near the railroad ho-iiltal litet uiKht. The reiiiaii'H will lie li-Ll until her liiixhaiid can return rum lllaud to attend the funeral. Now 1 the awpted tlm". now In the day of precaution, (tet 11 11 1 keep on hand a ffiMMl eiipplv or 1 errltioe haid aud aofl coal for the winter, luhu Ac Co. Ring up the New Mexico Collection Agency (Automatic telephone t'.'.'), und tell 11a about that tough accouul you aani couecieii. Nickel clocks eight diy clock, iw elry and ellverware of various kiudn, at sis aoutn eeoml Htreet. Carpeta In emUex variety. May He Kaber, 110 (iold avenue, next to ClTlKN The very newest in ladlee', nil seen' and chlldren'a jacket. Koeenwald llroa. The only p'ace In town to get borne made tutH i at 1'elaney'M. flood quality of cotton Latin for com fort, at Mr. Wll'ou'. Kibbon aale thin week at B Ilfeld A ''o.'. Fine china and glaNaware. Whitney Co. Carpenter' tool. Whitney Co. Pianos tor rent. W hitney Co. Plant. Ive. U irM. WKONKNOAV'N aPKCIAI. iAI.K. Table oil cloth, per yard lBc Yard-wide Hllkoline 5o 1 ard-wlde L. L. inusllu 4e Woolen iiinlersklrt imttern fiiln Cotton crash toweling 4o loe curtain, per yard he Lace lied nets, spread and shams for. f uiamoua oye oc I'lIU' Ll 171 . I. ! HI I., The cut price cash ho'ise. W m. Kikkk, proprietor. iryoa want rt.al aiMir or liiMnranr. nail on kauklu, Houm u, N. T A rmljo liullilliig. W. HESSELDaN, Prealdent. WMtney Company, t ; I ... ' 4 m r MAIL ORDERS HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION. OITICn AND SAl.r.Sk(HMS, 217-jio South Second Street. W'OKKSHOI'S and Ml'AVY MARUWAkH, 115-117 South l irst Street " aiiiww mm a THE MOST SWELL AND THE BEST I'Ol'iLK WORKMAN""!!'! lliK NI.WKSr COMMINATION Oi' COlR-i A M;SI(iNS! THE 111 1 1 QUALITY AND . V pkki: am) cm : appea i Our Ladies' Waists Arc a few of their qualities, which are mikinir them surli a pronouiP'ed su ess. Wt- h ive these- waists in Woolens frnn - - Corduroy & Fancy Velvets 1.50 to 0.50 Silk from We are showing them in the very latestt'Hects--in pit Ms, stripes, polka dots; also in Ma- k and solid colors, ltsh ill i veil ijr at pleasure toshow these goods, well knowing that they will be appreciated hy all lovers of beautiful wearing apparel. ROSE LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. A. Mennet, the La Vega ci nimlesioii merchant, I at bturge' Kuropeau. Mr. Vicente M. lUca i reported to In again st'iliiiislY ill, blie ha leu quite sick during tin entire sum u tr. Mr Geo. V Alhrtiht will entertain the V C. L. S. C. nieiulier at her reM- lencj. comer of hniirih street and TI- J -ra avenue, thl evening. H. H Van Dyke waa a paingr fur rincagn last night, where lie will vl-ut for a few weeks. He h the day Cikshii-r it the Harvey ra'iug house, A. L. Conrad, the n lite agent of the Santa Ke ratlaav, with heHiliiiarter al I rinlttad, Is in the cltv to day and n ub; ters at the Hotel Highland. Mrs, K. J. Hiyre, one of the Knilrnfl avenue inlllliier. has returned from Iit trip to lenver, where she cunililnt d bu-il lless with that of sight seeing. Gxorga W . Ki.her aud J ..'.it IUV1I well and fainllli. ate eiitiTtMlnlng Mrs A. .1. Heiiton ami dauKhter and Miss Mi, holirer, alio nrrlvid the other d y fn iu Muiitgoniery City, Mo. Augiiste Hlchter, acconifo'iled by li's wife and eon, uinved In the city lu t night and took nuns at the lirand t'en trat. Th -y are true nine Uriirni people ami arrived in the I'nl'ed Htute only a tew month ago from Germany. W. M. Weaver, manager of the Cres cent Cual cumptny' lug mini g Inter est at G ulliiii, came in from Kaiisa Clly last night, and I here to day for the pur poee of attending to mime local luiilni h-i. lie will continue west to Gallup this evening. Mr. Guy C. Kill and son, who hive been visiting relative and frlem's f.r everal day, will return to their home In W lnslow this evening. Mr C. L. HuM s, mother of Mr Kills, will remain lu re nine time, when nhe expects, to go cast on an extended visit. K"V. J J. Gilchrist, of Li Vegas, and Rev. T. C. MofTett, of Katon, two well known Prestivterian ministers who at tended the Hynnd meeting at Hocorro, came in from ihe south last night and rested at the llnfld Highland. They wil continue north this eveulng. J. M. Diamond, who piloted n engine over the Hanta Ke 1'acillu road for years, now residing on a nice little orange ranch near Loa Angeles, came lu from the west last night, and was notlcul among old Alhiiijiieniue friend to-day. He i here to straighten up a few mat ters, and expect to remain a short t me. Ou Friday evening. Octolier 2s, a riand hall and nupper will be given by Division No. 44D, B. of L. K., and Turquoise divi slon No. 170, Ladle' Auxiliary, and the affair will prove one of the nicest of the stason. The ladle of the Auxiliary are famous for thir supper, and this part of the proirrani, without mentioning the hall in couuectiou, will be worth attend W. R. WHITNEY, Vlce-Prealdent. SOLE AGENTS FOR Cole's "Wonderful Air Tiffht Stoves "for Wood or Coal," (Guaranteed to give 10 per cent more heat With 25 percent less Fuel than anv other Stove made. We are unpacking Daily New Goodi in our Furniture De partment. The assortment is unsurpassed, A n a n 1 1 wti.i fw NOVEL, M KE UPf vnc;: o St: $1.75 to $5.00 ach 5.00 to l:50 ii In Mr. C. I). YVhiU'ouih aud other la ii., on the rusiliiiK run iniitee, are ou: selling tickets, and I: is morning re port.'d Miici'ess, lil p ising of quite a IIIIIU Iii r of ticket. I.i. ills Honing, one of th big gun nl (lie r iiilli'iin paily d..wn lu Valeticln ivitmty, cmie in Iroiu the south lisi ti'glit and put up at the Grand Centml ilerip rts tii river diy siinh of ls L'lll 4, Imt sillies th.it the sheep range ie nil r'g 't and that sh"i p are "hog fat " lie 1.11) e'u'ed that there Wa only one p"rty In Valencia county, ihat being the repuhllc'tn puny, which mean pro iii'ti ll ti home inilu-trie and gonil t iii-m t.. e eryli. dy, and Ihat Hull, l'edr I'erea will conic vry in'ur carrying ever vidicact. Itev. J. M. S'ii Ids, the PrediyterlHii UI Ulster at the Jenn t hot epl ills, win at ended the Hyii'd a'. Socorro, retuin-il to the clly list iilgln, mid, ai'Ciiiiiiitnieil bv I W Wi.iton, left ti ls afternoon oi h i return to th. ep'ings. They w!1 at-i ova.- mgiit a hxhoise of a frleu nl I.i.h i o'lul .s if, 1 ewtirnie on to th eiirliic to morrow. Two car In. ds if g verumeut niuh came in fr in the iior'h lust iiiht, an t'.e ' swift kn k;" were wiitt reil an 1 ft here this in 1 1. log lie iiiil. are In t' n li d fir suiitlihi it forts. C. A. tin Isnn, the w II known palntei; no nieiiii, nr tnrl.i r ruin, and Italpl li. lnii.li r returned fr in Denver last ntgl t, win re they touk iu Hie Mountain end Tin li ri'stlnil. BUCKS. Delaine Merinos, French Merinos, jS American Merinos i;'AHK AM) TIIOKOl 'tillllKKD Fi ShrnncPiiroc will U JVl I 1 1 ViJ (Jn hand and for sale by V METCALF & STRAUSS, V Ju ll J CROMWELL BLOCK. V 4. J. C. IXOUKNOY, Sec. Treaa. We have the largest Stock and Btrst Assorted Base Burners, Heaters, Steel Ranges and Cooking Stoves The prices and designs of our Carpet D:partmrnt cannot be equalled. We Kf p the Lar8st Stock and Lamps. WALD BROS. !'K'B'nmmm.mLXWmmmmmmammmm as in u"i m in ll m f ' t . S iW W &l:. OUT TO-NIGI1? your verdict The f,imnu. JvLike of Clothing that's (juaranteed. SIMON THE RAILROAD MAY k 115 QolJ Avenue. Carpets, Matting, Curtains, Portiers, Blankets, Comforters, and Household Linens. a af ( j. . a) ( J J i l t f f f 4 f We cany the most complete nml best assorted lines of above goods bought at the Lowest point the mar ket lias reached th'syear and our prices mean a IJKJ SAVING. It will not take you veiy li ng to satisfy yourself that we are BETTER QUALITY, MORE VALUE for your money in CARPETS, CURTAINS, etc., than any other house in this city. Goods left of ILFELD HROS.' S ock still at FIRE SALE PRICES. Mail Orders Solicited. SMALL PROFITS and a great many of them is our idea of doing business. HAND SAWS, 25c CARPENTER'S HAMMERS, 25c. anil a thousand other useful artich s equally as cheap. Spot Cash Concern, Corner, opposite Postoffice. MOHTl'Al.LS kliaal) Aiist-rt'tl al any hniir. Aiitomatu- 'rclei.lione No. MANN'S liKl li SiOKK. 1 17 Kailroad Avenue. Au lileal I'lai-a. If you are searching for the Ideal cli mate in the lu it I'd Htatea In which to speu l the winter months, where you can also Und a hot mineral water minor passed for the cure of rheuuiutlsui, kid ney aud stomach disorders, aud a new aud neatly furnished "Caxa-del Con--nielo," run upon the American plan and with American cooks, with splendid bathing accommodations and a place where consumptives do not disturb your pence and comfort for they are not in vited -go to Hudson Hot Hprlngs on the Santa Ke railway in (irant county. rite A. K. Graham, Hudson, N. M , fur tn format lou. Truly Itla4-a lllamuliila and too ben ilti ful to burn, Is the brlK'lit, clean at ck of anthracite coal we are daily receiving. Now is the time to pro vide for your winter's supply, ferritins coal yards, Hahu & Co. HuunelHilil OoiMla Highext canh prices paid for furniture ud household goods. T. A. V llirrKN. A cIiihs In Kreni'h lias linen organized hv a number of intellectual young peo ple of this city, aud I'rof. C. K Hurg Iihh been requested to act as teacher, which lix hi a consented to do. The tlrst meet ing ot the Kreiii'h class will lie held at Mrs. J. ft. Albright's ai t parlors, Kriday evening. The New Mexico Collection Agency, olllce over Kux's jewelry store, chargee nothing unless the account Is collected. Crockery aud glassware. Whitney Co. air i - : 1 n - ar aV 1 ......... r ' . . -1 iiaawri ttm m j - - 1 or any other nipht? How a new scarf would give the finishing touch of neatness to the attire I You can have first view of our autumn neckwear pickings this week. Every tempting tie thought of by leading makers in "the bunch," in puffs, four-in-hanJs, De Joinville, teck or bow, and at littler prices than we at first thought. 'Clever Shirt and Hosiery showings also now confidently await r TU a 4-TLa.,. lar -1-- mi it, 1. " V. laaiil'IL..., HaJtm.i.L STERN, AVENUE CLOTHIER. FABER, Next to Citizen Office; givmj, MORE STYLE, Haukln Itaa ai.vt.ral nf lha haal ranrht-a In Ilia lorrllnr? anil a iiuiitliruf elegant raal-dtiii-. lu tha clly lor aala. A complete aaaortniKiit of ladlea' per eala llaiiueletta anil woolen wrapiiera, from H,",c to 3 iA) pacti. Huxeuwalil Hum New atuck kill cloven, novelties In neckwear anil luwiery j tint received at (Itildeu Hule Dry (iimil i Co. The Duplex diiwnalina mattrena la the liPHt. Hold ouly hy Kutrelle. ways Goods People Want; Prices People Like and Unmatched Values. Mail orders Filled Same Day Received. N A Store's Reputation ment. Prices of course must be right, they are right. This week we aVall formally introduce in all their autumn completeness the new purchases of DRESS GOODS, SILKS, OUTER GARMENTS, KID GLOVES, HOSIERY and UNDER WEAR. You'll expect bargains, we'll not disappoint you. Each dep irtment ies with the o'her in a rivalry of values, every item of which rings true. lilitU' Sale of It's Chang W tiriil I'uilet wtai'. iii time now. That nnikfs underwear selling brUk. If you buy from these lots joii can assure your self ot some very epecial values; want to start the season riclit. Ciilou Miits f i r women ami children, biggest line in city, frtin :t."ic to 2 ilo a suit. l iiim) suit for children from :.."c to $I.'J.' a suit. Kwtiything in underwear for men, women and children. I ri'HS (ioillls Not t, i tell . voil about l.Vlltliliess. this liiiiidHonie die's grods Hlock w mid be to do you an Injustice mi ought to know about it, ought to know snuiethini! about the all around worthiuissof these fresh f.iM olTerlugs. Kverthiig in stis'k now -all the new novelties ami new weaves. lliilnl-oilie dress gnu Is fruin l."c to2 yd. Crep his, the new wrinkles, at I '-"' " BWf "sun il am i "iSf.air.ai iimiiaWaiiuai nm ims aaiatt !; T.aaeraai w .ijiaumii i isssssjimiaiaiaiiai ,j a ;.. in i l A. J. MA.LOY, DEALER IN Staple and Fancy 6 ACIKNT FOR OLUH 1IOUSK GOODS, Nono to i:m ii, BELL'S SPIUXWS CREAMERY BUTTER TImi Fumou. 118 Railroad Ave. raMMa. aalaill. O. B4-IIK''HI. KSTABLIHHKO lsaa. HOTEL. Wlinlr.ale Liquors, Wines, Cigars, Tobaccos BAR SUPPLIES. (ifincral Agents for W. .1. Lemp'8 St. Louis Beer. ELEGANT KETAIL DEPARTMENT OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Outside Orders Promptly Attended to. Price Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed. BAGHEGHI Fropriotora, 107 & 109 Sooth First Street, a i"iu fiJ'J "wai, ti c-i m -... -. . -. . , - j Furnished Rooms FOR RENT With or Without Board in all parts of the City. Im r partlc ilnrs cull mi W. C. HI I M.W, Cr well lllock, Ollke uli Mum il A nl. iiii.it c '1 c'i-ihniit c'o. Trleiiluiiip rr,. Ths beat place for (rood, juicy steaks and roasts and all kinds of meats, kept In a first clans market, at Kleluwnrtn', Talile linen, napkins and towels In (Treat variety. Mav A Kaber, 110 (iold avenue, next to Citi.kn. Tha freshest stock of stapla and fancy groceries are to bo found at Iiell A Co.'s, Second street. Linoleum, art pquarea and mats, at Mav & Kalier's, (iold aveuue, next to CmKN olllce. A complete assortment of ladlee' plush arid cloth capes at ri'ht prices. Uiuen wald Itros. A big line of men's working gloves at $1 a pair at the (Jreeu front. Win. t'hapliu. thp hi ra Riii f DRY GOODS COMPANY. 'I lie Silk We early took the hint Suitability, that this was to be a silk si'iisoii. Have been gathering lu th beau ies; all lu re now, all priced to make buying easy. Silks from tr.e to $'J per yii'd Hilks in tlress patterns and waist putt-Tiis. All the newest novelties and designs. On' silks are exclusive sl)lcs. You Hint them at no o'lier place. Til H'lHiiTy We've built this Keililitiess. sticking business upon a solid foun dation. Honest hosiery, honest prices, lines coniidete at all times, but particu larly complete at the stmt of a new season. The autumn sell'iig is ushered ill Willi such aluesas these; II i.vs' and girls' fast black ho-e, very hem y, u-ua1 price 'JOc special . . . 1 Tie Hosiery for Ladies, 2 s eeials at lnand 1.1 Socks for men, black and tan, seam less p) K von thing iu liosieiy for ni 'ii, women ami chihlren from r.c tn silk til $...'ii a pr. 1. J.j.I .jS. Albuquerque, N. M. O. OKlMf. Dralrra In & GIORHI, ; N. M. A Long Look Ahead ! When It iiruvtM uf value Is called "fura Hltfht." It wii prove vulimlile to you to improve the opportunity of our apecial SIIAKKWARK SALE. A cordial Invitation Is given to examine our (TinnU and prices. T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler Watch Irupcctof, T. & S. F. R. R. JEAN PETIT Tht Experienced French Waiter is ready to go and rv lunches, dinners, and bxnqucts, all over the city. On drrsi Ihe tables elegantly. Can also cook the American and the French Kitchen. Pirate address 302 South Second Street, Albuqtie que. A llu.liieaa fropualtliiu. An opportunity Is c.lT .red to some one who will take hold of the steam waeliing machine now ou exhibition at iH', south Hecond street, whereby au Invest ment In the territorial right to manu facture and sell it. will bring quick aud large returns. This most excellent de vice must be seen in operation to be appreciated. An examination of it, and coiiNiiltatlon with Mr. Hurke. the luveu tor, by parties Interested. Is reij nested. Sara ror aala. A nuignlllcent I'hXI Hall's latest Im proved safe aliiuiHt new, for sale cheap. Just the thing for a business house. It Is lire proof and has a combination burg lar proof vault. Write or Inquire of A. S. Knight or John Trimble, Albuquerque, N M. Agents For STANDARD PATTERNS The Most Reliable of All Patterns Made. Sure to Please. Is often made or marred by the character of its guilds. Much of the success of this business is directly attributable to the honesty and up-todatciiess of its equip Opi'iiiu; of No Htwk in Olltt-r liailllt'lits, this store is more care fully catered to. For style, for lit, for lliilsh, for price modesty, our garment stock coniiuentls itself to your favorable notice, ll'iylng begins now. Jackets from 1 1.50 to 2H.0U Capes from 75 to 15 Kur Collan ttes from 2.50 to 2D Fur Capes and Jackets all styles and prices. First Fall Sale of Kid (ilovt'M. A formal opening of tht Mousmi. an reciisiou of importunes. Stock c uu plete. ev.-ry detail attended to. every line right, every s'ze, every shade that fashi ui cal's Tor is here. We start the season with such items as the following: I button kid glove at f .7,-) -'li-l 1.15 5 hook J mi lu all colors, including white ami black. New line just in.