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liy insti . li: n tror.i Chase & f anburn we art authorized to fell 1va and Mor Coffee at the (Uowing pric s: ' 45-ceot tcfiVe at... 40 cent. 40-cent 1 offi t at . . .35 cenU. 3$-cent rotfee at. . .30 cents. 30-cent t efft-e t . . . a 5 cent. 1 5-cent coffee at ... so centa. r!fl!T!HI?! W. ILUU1U1 114 1. EaUroad It., llDnqnerqw, ! 1. MONEY TO LOAN On piano. nrat-ehvia fnrnltur, atrv, without removal. Alaoon diamond, watchea, jewelry, Ufa Insnrane poll all. Trort deeds or any good secur ity. Tarma Tarr moderala. H. SIMPSOH. floo Booth Second street. Albnqnar- i w ana, New ateiloo, nett door to arn union isiegrapn ouiob. (est B. A. 8LEY8TEU, 11 II IE1L ISTUI. K0T1E! PUBLIC Automatic- Telephona No. 174. BOOMS It A U CBOMWKLL BLOCK SHIRTS fat 10 eenta dim Hit vone ablrt laandrlM And bum on Um At tu Albsaierass Steam Laaaary, Omw CmI bt. m4 liml JAT A. HUBBS, k CO. rM i4. AlallUQUEKQUE FISH MARKET. Headquarter! for Freeh FruiU and vegeUDiea in aeaaoa. . . Fresh Fish and Dressed Poultry. 206 and 208 South Second Street that ti, i,thtn emii'tee, which Ml iiit nf line two year ago In m qiar lers, eepeclally on In delesateshlp, will be ft.iiii I In Hi repnMtran rolumn when ih.vote are counted on Tneedny, No 1 v.niher 1 Hon. K W. l"rltr, rf Hill I iwro. the popular Judge of the Third J I i .IIcIhI illMrict, was lo In the Pity for a few hour I ml Saturday night. Now In tlio II m to order ynnr blank account hoop. o they will be thoroughly eanned. when yon open a nw fi ot hmk th drut ( tin yopr. All kind i.f blank b ok made at Tim Citi.kn bind ery. Let n give you price on your work before sending it out nl town. Mr. Walton will open tier dancing cpltool on HntiirdnT. Nov. 5, at 2 o'rlnrk p. m. 'Ihoee iletinng to secure her term can obutn them by n-ing Mutual tele phone 447, or rnlmifr at hr residence coruer of buth etreet ami I ijera avenue. A meeting of tli rhalimen and their amieianie, ot ih Temple Albert Bnar will take pla e at their temporary Inn ple.oti Uold avenue, Saturday, Nov. 5. at t p. in., to complete, arrangement fur the bsza.r. Kdaard flruiHfehl, who will return thl wk from the Lelp.to CoiiNervat ry of Mimic, will render eeveral piauo elec tlonaat the Temple Albert ttecaar. A gn-at treat I In more for the Alluiiier anean. At th fancy dre ball to b (flven by the ladle of the l empl Allwrt each child who att nd will n-ceive a number. The chill hol liiiR the lucky one will ba the winner ot a prlie. HI i teen Dhoto for CO cents lom' thin nuhenrd of In Albuqnerqua. How ever, we at IIS ,ld aTeuue do euch a th n R and tha wotk ehould eecure liberal patiuiiige. Joe Hall ha opened a ladle' nd gentlemeu' boot hiHck etand and ehce repairing hop, on Bccoiid Hlrwt In tha room neit to Mi-J r Kitikin'i real eetate olliot. Hperlal ix knrtak album niada to order at Thk Citi.kn bindery, tall au 1 ee eainplea and get price. They nuke elegant CurlMliuaa git to. io.no. fl and t6 uO Hanan hoe. all the latent ihapee, are now being old fur fjapalr. biuion tftorn, the Kallroad ateuua elothlur. All tha latent fancy drink, hot and cold, at our aoda fountain. An eipert nniolof let lu attendance I U O'Klelly A Co., drugglHtn. Send tw yoor account and we'll eol-t then) or It'll cost you nothing. Nw Mexico Collection Agency, roeioiuce Ladies' Wrappers. IVrt'sib) Wrappers, upwarls from Ofic YVwwx iK'tt5 Wrappers from $1.00 to $3.25 Flannel Wrappers Tlifs1) wrappers in all sizes. ,i.50 Ladies' Waists. Woolen Waists, upwards from Corduroy Waists Velvet Waists, upwards from Silk Waists from - $ 1.50 - 4.50 1.50 $5 to 12j0 ; ,1 rrJ 51 ffl Reduction in Price. n rn fell M Icl m m 1 Ladies' driving and bicycle gauntlets at $1.00 and 75c Ladies eight-button Swede Gloves, guar- anUcd $125 Ladies Kid Gloves - $1.00, $1.25, $1.75 rd3 rnll In order lo incrinse our busine'i cn the Celebrated HANAN SHOE! We will after this date sell them at the uniform price of $5.00 For a Pair. 0 m m This inclutlea everything in tie line formerly oH at $5.50, m IdO r? ral (3J $6.00 and $6 50. A trial will convince you tha'. a Hanan Shoe f )r $5 is the Cheapest Shoeleather on earth. ROSENWALD BROS. LOCAL fARAGRAf BS. CALL AT THE PEOPLE'S STORE. (HIGHLAND BU1LD1NU.) FKESH GROCERIES. FRUITS. VEGETABLES J. A.SK13NKB. Lew Prka and Courtoow Trtatmnt. J. bTAKKEL. Painter and Paper Hanger. OKDEK8 SOLICITED. 209 EAST RAILROAD AVE. Tood, CoaL Hay, Grain, Alfalfa, EU L. CLAH1UJN, 315 North Third StrtcU All kind of Grain and Fed, Ctal Wood aud Kindling. Sawed wooa, an length. nrfree Delivery. JThe Albemarle House, i. M. SMITH. Paorairroa. Tha Hoiuta hi luxt Wn Rnoatd and Newly Ku'nlHhwl. Flrnt rlawi lxland airy ronma. Bplendtd ronnia tor litf tit houmtkeeplng. 819 COLD AVE. Furnished Rooms FOR RENT With or Without Board In all parts of the Gty. . For particular! callon W. C. Bl'TMAN, Cromwell Block, Offlct with Muiu.l Automat'c Telaphuna Co. Telrphooe 435. L. H. SHOEMAKER. 20S Tot Gold Avcu next to Pint National Bank, lei and Second Hand Furniture, STOVIS AI8 10USUOLB fiOODS. Krpalrinf a Boeclalty. Fnrnltnra stored and parkwl for nhli ront. HUhfMt prlr paid for K)oud band houiteuold Hod. 1898 Sol Aienu luino ait a Oro brand lOooda. rou want a hair, bathnr cloth tirunh, buy It this week ami s Pr crui. Chlldrn'a. yontha' and boyrr aulU, at a groat aaln(t to you. Tha largwit awtort uienl In town to select from. Kuaeuwald Bros. J. If. Moor, real aetata, Insurance, loans, manager Albnquen4ne Abetract Co. Niw phou Wi. 121 Uouth 2ud Mtreet. An eiperlenca of years enahle J. L Bell A Co. to (urnleh Juet what their eus- vomers want. Urdxrs solioiiea. H. O'Bellly & Co, UruRgiete, There Is a beet lu vt thing. Cer rlllos lump coal Is the bent. Due trial convinces. Uahn & Co. Kreeh yegetahl.-n, (ru:ts lu seaaon poultry and sUple grooerieB, ai tteti a. 0o.'a, beooud etreel. Ths foot ball players will mwt at the Kerguexou Uook and Laddrr headii'jar ters to night. Latent styles In mens Goodyear well Wioes at iS0 at ths Ureeu Kroiit Yiu. Taplln Hot amales and enchiladas In Para Ha Alley, A. Caelello, with Bachet hl & Gloml. Idlea'a Goodyear welt fine shoes at t'iboat ths tirewi KrouL Wm. Chaplin. Corset week. Black, white and nraD ?orsels. 25 cents each, at B. llfeld & Co s. Try a eup of onr delicious hot choco lute. J. H. O'Klelly Co.. (IriiflKlut. A large axeortinent of trunks and rallses "uiuy barrata" at Kutrelle's. BlstikeU. conifortere aud pillows at re Jaeed prloes Way A Kaber. Dr. Herbert Df-ane, of Uenrer, Is at the (Jraud Ceulral to-day. Jimt received a car load ot Louip'a beer tt Hchechl & (lioml's. Orsters coknd In the wy you like them, at ths Midland. Marchaulo' lunch every morning at the ft hits Klephant. Grand removal sale at May A Kaber's, Gold avenue. Kins china and glasHware. Whitney Crockry and glaeeware. Whitney Co. Copper and tin work. Whitney Co. Hat your meal at the Midland. Men's seamleMS wool socks. le Men's heavy fleece lined arawere... i Hlack mouwkln shirts JV Heavy corduroy pant " ' T11K MA'.K, The Cut Price Ca-h Store. fall m l iM. Hyaclnthi, tull.x". narci-ienM. ready, w rile for price. etc., no IVH, TUB rLOBlaT. ir ynvt mnnt r mala or Imoraaiw. rll m HaNHIM, IOA Mcoad .1. near Kall- f d T. A. Whitten, the second hand dealer, U in Kaunas City on bnHncee. George C. Galneley. ths popular shoe man, Is conll led to his house with a bad cold. W. Roddy, regieterlng with W allace's shown, came In Iroin the went laet nlirht and has bis name at ths Hotel Highland. Prof. J. P. 0en, who Is connected ith the Katiltable Life Aeinrance so ciety, relumed from the south laet night. The ra of the territory vs. rt aiier M,,tl..r fur abandonment, wax dlnnilwed by the territory lu the dietrlct court thin uioruiug- rnt. J. C. Karneworth and wife, reg- l-tMrinB from lltr of Meiico, are at nHirffee' Kuroueau. They arrived from the south Inet night. j J Hherldan. deDiity t'nlted States niarrtu', who was at Silver City on huttl neee cme In from the south laet night and continued i n to tha capital. . H. Graham, who Is the owner and mviager ot the Caea del Coueueln at ihuiwHi hot Riirlna. down lu Grant rnnntv. came In from ths south last nlKht and left for the west. un. Hhivhv B KeruiiHson. the demo rti eunilKlale for delegate. Came down from the north laet nlht aud continued on south. He was nol in me leaei eaue ii.il witli the outlook In the northern part of the territory and showed the greateet anxiety as to the outcome of the election. Thomas Maloy, a young man who came here from Cincinnati for hlehtalth alwMit iz weke suo, died at his room nil Ktrnt street last Sunday. The remains were embalmed by l'i,d-rtaker Strong and will ha ylilnocd to Cincinnati for burial to ulght. The lather of tha deceased te em uloved In the aieees r's otllce lu Cluoln natl. MarHhal McMlliln haa received a letter ir,.m u-nunilii V. Klilrldse. siitx'rlntend- eut of police In Boston, slatlug that lie had been unanie 10 nuu Mijrei.ior.ui Arthur Htlllmau, who died a few days ago In this city from lujiirlea received from falling down the stairway at the Metropolitan, on ths street where btlll llian said they lived. Dan. Phillips, the letter carrier, and wife left last night for t'hlcsgo wnere Mr. Phillips Is to take C. K. Morrison's poeltlon at carrier, the latter going to uork in Mr. Phillip's place In this city to day. 8. A. Woodward, another carrier, will leave for New Ywk October IB. he having exchanged positions with J.G O'Brien, a letter carrier ot that city. T 1. Wattron, the druggist at Hol brook. has a fine collection of ancient pottery, some pieces of which Ir. Kaakee, I tin well known BmttliHontan Institute t.iiu.-tnr of relics, haa nrnnounced eo nvw.,tinolv rare that n"t even the I uihof. In. been ale to dunllcate them Included among the pieces is a blaek SIMON STERN, THE RAILROAD AVENUE CLOTHIER. El El HI m pj pTJ I a1 ims drinking cup. a c I as of ware not nude by any of the tribes that now have living representatives. Ths cup Is sup (inseil to ba between BOO and IHIO years i Id, and made oj a now eiimci race mat used to roam over Arltona. Judge J. R. McKle and son Ralph psned through ths city Sunday night on their way to Santa Ke from Las truces. Kalph was one of Knoeevelts moil gal lant Kongh hiders, and he and his father attended ths reception tendered to the Kough Hiders by the ladles of Silver City on Krlday last. 1 hey both Joined In the statement that It was a grand affa'r and that the ladles who had 11 lu charge proved to be charming eutertalners. II. D. Rogers aud Mrs. Orrle R Rrgers, a divorced couple, were re united in nar rlage by Kev. Bruce Kinney at the Golden Rule rooming house last night, luej buth had corns to real its their mistake in solus to a divorce court and the mis take was rectilled last Ulght. Mr. Rogers Is an engineer and the re married couple will make their boms at the Golden Rule house. Darlo Arsgnn. ths well known sheep raiser at Iasj Duranea, died on Bunday last aged (In years. He leaves three eons and two daughters to mourn his loss, He vi a. hurled yesterday In Han lgnaolo cemetery. NIUHT CALLS An.wcred M any hour. Automatic Tt'litione No. 480, MANN'S OK I'll NTOKK, 1 17 Kallroad Avenue. MAY k FABER, A. J. MALOY, DFA'.ER IN Staple and Fancy nn iinu innTTjn jjjllltju. AGENT FOU OLUH HOUSE CANNED GOODS, None to Equal, BELL'S SPRINGS CREAMERY BUTTER The Fatnoun, 118 Railroad Ave. Albuquerque, N. M. 115 Qol Avenue. Next to Citizen Office. GBAHD REMOVAL SALE I -OF- Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Blankets, Comforters, Curtains and Portiers, Table Linen, Etc. BUCKS. Delaine Merinos, French Merinos, American Merinos (itADK AND THOKOl'tillHRKD Shropshires On hand and for sale by OUR NEW STOKE in the GRANT BUILDING will be ready for occupancy about Nov. 15th, and in or 'er to save moving expenses we fell evrryth ng at GREATLY REDUCED TRICES. THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS! 8 METCALF & STRAUSS, eo W "'ffl CROMWELL BLOCK. ft Laco Curtains from 20c. pair up. Blankets from 50c. pair up. Comforters, largo size, from 75c. up. Pillows, from 50c. each. Mail Orders Solicited. E. J. POST & CO., IIA.lTJ3WA.R3i:. STOVES ! STOVES ! STOVES ! INO. VAN STEEL RANGES. I. X. L. STEEL RANGES. . AMERICAN JEWEL HASE BURNERS. WONDER WOOD HEATERS, the only genuine, all others imitations. A full line of Coal and Wood Cook Stoves the Finest assortment of Heating Stoves ever displayed in the Southwest. Repairs promptly furnished for all mikes of Stoves. Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron work a specialty. Mail orders solicited. 221 West Pailroad Avenue. . O. BACHECHI. ESTABLISHED Ihhw. G. GIOMI. Commercial House and Hote WltUI.KSALK DKAI.KKS IN LIQUORS, WINES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS General Agents for W. J. Limp's St. Louii Beer. Outside Orders Promptly Attended to. BACHECHI & GIOMI, I'BOPRIKTORS, 107 & 109 S)iit!i First St , Albuquerque, N. M. DEALERS IN FAMILY AND FANCY CROCtRIES. 188S FJM&GdJ DIALIBi ! STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES 914 8. Second St aill.boro Order. r-rramrrr Bnttet i"c'Kd,. Bmi on Kaxtb. rn UllTry, CITY NEWS. I have got tha beat S ! .! I to take on. Haw lay oa t ha Cora.r." Call ai Bar ant. RAN HIM for ml e.lala ar ta lus aawuiid at. aaar Kallroad a. llfeld 's rstnoTal sals. Carpsut1'' tuola. Wbltosr Co. Lamps and trimmers. Whitney Co. Kirs sals prices at llfeld this mtek. Pletars frames made to order. Whit ney Co. Gmd rorset He. A belter one t 25e. at llfeld's. Store riialrs tor any stove' mads Whitney Co. Attend the removal sals this week at Ilfi'ld'. tor real bargains. Ws will f urn tub your houae oa the In stallment plan. Whitney Co. Tha turtle tad Is all the rate. Bee the turtles, only at tha Kcouomlat. Our annual Bhdsh B.l.t next werk J, 11. 0'ttlelly & Co, drun.UU.. Ladles' military and walking bats. In ill the uew sbl. hotuwald Bros. Bv buvln Cerrlllos coal yon ars not naviiiir aoiuebodr elw'e bad delta. V t axil Cur caati onlv. llahn & Co. The New M-xtco ColUcllou a.fiiey, ot flee ever Kox'a jewelry etore, chargx, Uothlug uuleaa the aeoouut Is collected liaclirchl & GUuiil, the beat place In the city fur hot and sold drinks. Call and aee them, flue luuch always on hand. O. W. Parks, ths popular engineer on ths BauU Ke fat'lllo, with headquarter and boms at H IunIow, Is at blurges' European with hie family. Cant. W. H. li Llewellyn, ot LaaCru see, who Is the repuhlicau candidate for KourWuth dUtrlct. eompoaed ot lioua Ana aud (irant eouutlee, wae here for a i'rt time Huuday ulght, returning south ysnlerday morning. Its predict W. IILSSLLUUN, President. W. R. WHITNKY, Vke-Hresldent. J. C. rLOLRNOY, Sec. & Treas. WMtoey Company, SOLE AGENTS FOR Cole's Wonderful Air Tight Stoves "for Wood or Coal," Guaranteed to tfive 10 per cent more Leat With 25 per cent less Fuel than any other Stove made. s We are unpacking Daily New Goods in our Furniture De partment. The assortment is unsurpassed. We have the largest Stock and Best Assorted Base Burners, Heaters, Steel Ranges and Cookmg Stoves FINE GROCERIES mule a fine tiild, and a flue table makes Hie worth living. He oaronil about er) thing, but e-ncchilly be CHreful rtlitmt your table. A UthI-cIium blll-of fare givtH you a mortgage on home ron- ti'iitiiiKut. The menu Is eo much a mutter of groceries that poor grexwrt Udong to tl.e rondi'inned Hit. Our stock of ruuniMl goor'e U elinply liiiineiiHe. Hi HttriicUvrui'HS of your table Ih doiiMcd once you ums them. Kvery article we eell 1 Al In quality and marked ut a bottom price, (let your tirocerlrx of uh and make your table uliat it elii'llld be. I AMES L. BELL & CO. j iu - '. a,or TtVt A Long Look Ahead ! When It proves of value Is called "fora sight." It will prove valuable to you to improve the opportunity ot our special 8ILVKRWARK BALK. A cordial Invitation Is given toexamlna our goods and prices. , T. Y. MAYNARD, -eweleb Vatch Inspector. T. & S ! R R RANKIN hai wvaral of th bssi ranch m lilh terrltorv mmii m ninbtr of Wean r idc la (lit ally fur Ml, REKCEB A complete aesortment ot ladles' per cale flannelette and woolen wrappers, from bos to f 3 60 each. Koseowald Bros. New stock kid gloves, noveltlea In neckwear and bnelery luet received at itoblf n Hnle Dry Uoodn Co. The Duplet downallns mattress Is ths bent. ld only by Kutrella Always Goods People Wantj Prices People Like and Unmatched Values. Mail orders Filled Same Day Received. m II un DRY GOODS COMPANY. Agents For ST1ID1RD PATTERHS The Most Reliable of All Patterns Made. Sure to Please. The prices and designs of our Carpet Department cannot be equalled. We Keep the Largest Stock of Crockery, Glassware and Lamps. MAIL ORDERS HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION. OU ICn AND SALESROOMS, 3i7-Jio South Second Street. NVOHK5HOPS and HUAVY HARDWARE, 115-117 South Hrat Street Small profiu ant a great msny ot them In our bb a ot doing buHlii"s. REMOVAL SALE. OfR ORKAT RRMOVAL SAI.K la now In full Mint an 1 ff ki In are belli t soil at unheard of low prices. wo Unit giMHl we have lu our ttoro will be wild at a reducbm of from I') to o p r cunt, from rorme- prices uur rckmi areallnsw, bought for this Kali ami Wluttr's Biwlnew, a-idour aneorttn'Mi Inure lurgir than alltheMtores in ths city combined. HERE ARE SOME SAMPLE PRICES: For 6 Clear dlasn Tumblers. o iJC. K ran'Km'rull tireen" (ilaes Lamp (com I'lote.) Spot Cash Concern, Corner, opposite Postofficc. Sur Sla Cheap. Gentle family horse, good side-bar buggy and hamem. Muguillceut Hull safe, both burglar and tire proof. 1 do a general rommirielon, auction and altetraet bunlnetw. aud can aave tou monev. liron me a card or note and I will call, luuuire 11. B. Kmgut, Outing FUnoel H wt heavy grades; nice patterns; 400 pieces to seleot from, yd-. ."o PtrcaU Yart wide, good quality, new styleH, yd. &' Calicoes Htwt qimlitifs Prints, llglit or dark, yd 3W Mutlia Yard Wide to lileached or unbleached.. Undtrwcur ljidies' Klbbed Veets. sleeves, crochet neck, fair quality 10c Hftler an t heavier 17c. Vilinga 60 pieces, all Silk Veiling, Chen llledot'i; eolors aud blask, worth i:,v 128. Underwear I. ad IV Silk and Wool Yes's and lirawers, worth, $1.25 o5o How Children's Heavy Reunite Black lloee, sixes StoW1,; worth 2i0. pair 10c Capes and Jackets All Newent Oonl-i, all at a reduction of 25 1) 60 per cent from former prices You will save from ltx to f joo a garment by buyl'ig from m Re member theHe are new, and Fine Winter garment. Tailor made Suits. Skirts, anl Kur Collsrettas al suuie big Beluctl in priuee. Mens and Boy's Clothing- LargeHt St a-k of Clothing and Furnishing (ioods in the city to sidect from. We have more Clothing than any Clothing etore i'l the city and our pricee are a great deal b'-w. SMciul Reduc'l'in during our Iteiuoval Sale of Si per Cent. I'n matchaide prlcn. Vmr moiiy back If o ir pricee rau be matched in clothing and we piy you for your trouble lu looking. Kid Cloves Four Bitton Ladies' Kid Gloves fiOo Coraeti All our W. B. aud R. A G. and other stylee 754 Skirti UdleV Black Skirts. Bayadere elTecte worth 3.0.) it 0 t'lieaimr thau you can buy ths material for Blanket! and Comfort! from 5".-U to sio.oo reduction of 20 t'KIt CKXT on former prices. Gowru l.adieV Muxlin Night Gowns, ykeof clmter tuckn 40c Drawer Ladies' Cambric and Muslin I ira Wit 1, ilwp rulll-M, embrol. (lerios aud feather Btltcli. ITiC. aud 2,'c Table Lineo t lucbes wide, ail linen Table Damaak tOc 0 iinv.