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San'turn we n
liVil i)d M.i'
toi '.'vmijc pru e :
4i-cc i- ir ile- at ... 40 cents.
40-cent ctflrr t. . .35 centi.
35-rent rcfcf at , . . 30 cent.
30-ccnt uC.e ...a5 tents.
5-cent c fire at ... 30 cents.
ED. iLUUTtliER
:30 l 9 S'l, nvcidl amti'lng at 1 nttrm-.
V" fealilie will be lit lted liM-tilK t'i"
"It t lo M given t' 'he Ir'd hOiling the
.VOV. 10 lHiOl ( rise, w 1 11 11 in m number. Kvory rlulu w.ll
ceive a number tiee
Iiotn nasi rc lion, hum a'eiaiiner, m popular ma-
! Ii ! , 1 n.rame In tr.intrHou'h in.t nlg'it
h tol.ee nt the ,,1 rlurnd tioiith (in (I,., fflulit trMiu
1 Ik morning, lie Kliitti that lit county
( .rorrb) rlni nni.ly 011 1ii--.il.it la-i inl
1 ave nmj r 1 mr all Hie republican
1 -initlriatr from lichgate to river com
inlextoner. The mwt dlHtreealng !ht In theclty
a woman mMU'tcl to ihe morpMna haMt
haa been seen in 1'arndiee alloy the
I aat thredBy. The auuiittica would tie
Miing a genernu ai-t by compelling the
woman to remain Iniluor.
Kdward flnintfcM. who will lotnrn
111 1. Eallroad At., AlbaqnerQce, I. M. tm rrnm m u.ipic c.menhtniy
III BlliniU. Will irilliri i-.tibi i-ihi... n tr.
tiwal the ItniiileAltert o.r.Har. A
treat Ural Ik In store tor the Albuiui r
qneati. K. W. Pavi. the locomotive engineer.
formeil on Hie Santa K i'ai ilic now
haa a run between l.t Vega ami Albu
querque, ft it tutny frlemn will lie glad
to ee him about town again.
A new hot water eyatcru la telngpnt
tn the reeliience of M. W. fluurnny,
which la now occuplel by Mr. and Mm.
C K. Newball, by ihe Whitney company.
Pedro Homes waa bail I y ent at Mar
tini (' store In Kani'hoa de Albuquerque
on the night b-foie election. Ihe petpe-
trator of (he deed haa not be n raptured'
Betnre and attend the Owl" social to
morrow evening at the Congregational
church parlor, given by the ynuug peo
pie. Kery thing free and all luvitrd.
Mrs. Mrhan, the dreminakcr. haa re
turned to the city and run t e found after
Not. 7 at room 10 of the uew Scotlie
building, soulh Kirxt eireet.
All the Hlft fniiry drinks, hot ami
poll, at our soda fountain. An expert
nnxologlat In atlemlauce. J U. O'Uielly
Co., droggleta.
Send as your accounts ami we'll collect
them or 11 11 rt you Doming. iei
Mexico CollecUoo Agency, I'uatotllce
box 240.
J. 11. Moore, real estate, Innurance,
loans, mauager Albuquerque Abstract Co.
(iew phone, til. 121 ttoutli iud etroel.
An experlenoa of year enable J. L.
Bell A Co. to (umlHh Juet what their ena-
tomera want. Urdera aolloltd.
The Bneat photos ever made In the rlty.
at reduced rates, at the Albuquerque Art
Farlora, 113 Iiortb Tblid street.
II18 Best Fiitirg! 1 he Best Wearing!
T he fr'ost Be'utiful Appearing!
GLOVES!
TOR THE LEAST MONEY? is a
Qui st on Every La.ly Tries to ifolve.
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mm TO LOAN
On pianos, Orst-elaea (nrnltora, etc
without remoTaJ. Also on dtaroonda,
watotM Jewelry, Ufa lnsnranc poll
ales. Trust deeds or any food secur
ity. Terms ?err moderate.
11. SIMPSON.
100 Booth Beoond street, Albnqner
qna, New Mexico, next door to Wast
arn Union Telegraph ofUoa.
B. A. SLEYSTEK,
1E1L EST1TF.
KOTiST PUBLIC
Antomatte Telephone No. 174.
BOOMS 11 A 14 CBOMMtLL BLOCK
BHIRT8
K.if 10 cn dim.
Ubtc irour ahlrt Uaudxlad
Aod bom on urn.
At U AJfciqatrqaa Stcaa Uaalry,
Cm.r(MI ava. aa4 Imil .
JAT A, HUBBS, k CO.
a ata.
AXJtUQUEKQUE "
FISH MARKET.
Headquarters for Fresh FruiU
and VegeUblet in teasoa ...
Frrsh Fish and Dressed Poultry.
206 and 208 South Second Street.
CALL AT TUB
PEOPLE'S STORE.
(HIUULAND BU1LD1NO.)
FKESH GROCERIES.
FRUITS. VEGETABLES
J. A.SKlfiNEE,
Low Prteaa and Conrtaoua TtaaimU
el. STARKE L.
Painter and Paper Hanger.
OKDKK3 8UUC1TED.
209 EAST RAILROAD AVE.
W. C. BUTMAN,
REAL ESTATE.
FURNISHED K0OM3 KOU BENT.
RenU CoIIbcUhL
U ney to Loan on Keal Ks'ate Security.
Ofllca with Mutual Automattc Te!thona Ca.,
CKOM WELL BLOCK.
Telepliona 4U5.
L. H. SHOEMAKER,
205 Wot Gold AvcotM next to Pint
National Bank.
lei and. Second Hand Furniture,
STOTIS AID HOUSEHOLD 600DI.
Kr pairing a Specialty.
It tin "liovy yon tnr (ilnea. Let in quote yon our prices and we feel con-
lld.'iit tlml y. ti i i?r e w Hi ns, wlieii we any, fiat we tiave croailrd aa niuh
lnnf. e'i rllrg ra!i:e Into our (ilnret) at It la po eilil 1 1) tn.
Yii i 111 llilnk 90 when you liare a: e:i tli e glort'B
Ymi a 111 piwltlvcly Kmw fn When You IHve Worn Them.
We hva tlrne glnves In lii k and cl"P, ll dreeeed and undrewd kid, In black,
hite, Htuple a'ul iiorrlt? eliuile, al o driving gauntWta.
Tliy rang In prlci frnin 7o. to f 1.73 a pair. All we ak la to lvt us 'tow
t'em.
The nun h nn-a-iinii cunt) Ha i m of lilih Quality, with low pries alii make
It un ta-iy taik lo aril them . ,
af Jsf
,
SPEQAL UNTIL SATURDAY, NOV. 19, INCLUSIVE
Our 75c Oaun'lctt t5c
Ojr i.co (Jauitle's 85c.
Our $1.00 Kid Gloves 75c
Our $1.25 Kid Gloves (your rr.osey b.ick if they butst) $f.oo
Our $1.25 8-bulton Swed; Gloes $1.00
Our $l.7S Kid Gloves $1.50
ROSENWALD BROS.
If yon want a lintr, bath or cloth hrrjuh.
bay It this week and save 2.1 per cent.
LOCAL PARAGRAfHS.
J.
H. O'Reilly X Co DruKRiNla,
Ladles tailor niaile aultu, mule no in
the latent atyle, only (7 iKi; actually
worth 15. B. llfelcl ft to.
Corns and trade with ne. Bat Inf action
liven or ynurnionev back. Mrs. Wllnoa'i,
tiH, south Hecond atreet.
There Is a beet In everything. Cer
rllliM luniD coal la the beet. One trial
CJiivlucee. liahn A Co.
Lateet atvloa In men's fioodyear welt
hnes at 12.50 at the uren Kront. Wm.
Chaplin.
iKin'l forget the Msl" anclitl at the
Tongrogatloiial church parlord Krlday
veiling.
H it Umales and enchllrt'lftn In Para
1Imi Alh T. A. Caxtello. with Hm hechl X
tiloml.
Ijtdlwt's Ooc-tyear welt fine ehoes at
J.Uat the (ireeu Krout. ui. Chap
'In.
flold Band and fiwlft'a Premium hauis
and bacon at ths Han Johk Uakkkt
Trv a ctio f f our dellniouH hut cluvco-
late. J. U. O'ltlelly it Co , drnsKietH.
Tbs oveter parlora at the Vldland are
onen until 10 o'll.nk every evening.
The turtle (ml Is a'l the rane. Bee the
turtleo, only at the KfoimmlHt.
Glaiiketa, comforter mA pillows at re-
Inced prices. May A rit'tfr.
Midland hotel dining phm ,rs s rvs
rtlii rt orders until 10 p. 111.
All klndii of lamp chimneys at Dnna
hue Hardware company.
Marchaute' lunch every morning at ths
Whits hlephant
Orand removal twlo at May & Faher's,
Gold avenue.
Good meals and quick eorvlcn at the
Allieiuaile.
Kins chins and glu wware. Whitney
Co.
Crookerv end glniswnre. Whitney Co.
Taks your meals at the Albemarle,
Furniture stored and packed for ehlp
mnt. lligheet prices paid for seooud
baud houxehold gojurt.
1889
F.G.W&C0I
1808
Sole Aieota
Caalno and
Uto liraod
innrd
lUooda.
Tho chow, per pint. . . .
Khlte onions, per pint..
Sour pickles, per dor....
Sweet plcklea. per di a. . .
K am moth sours, p.ir 8"l-
Ureeu olivea . ,
inc
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ore
IOC
3.".c
Ml-
Ban Juhk Mahkkt
.DSALBBS I
If ,ni wiktit rrnl mi.i. or InaorMiir. rati
a KAMI IN. lui avcuud at. r lill-
roa4 TNUt.
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
S14 8. Second St.
BIHabora
Crcameir Bulla
Baat on KanU.
Orderi
Solicited
Pra Utlarr.
CITY NEWS.
1 haws sot th bvat S ml ela '
takaaM. Bwl.jillUrMl."
mm m, i r. n a " - - - 1
iiiiim to Haud t, iiw.r kallraaS a. I
Lamps and trimmers. Whitney Co.
Firs sals prlcea at Ilfeld's this week.
Staple and holiday goods at Mrs. W 11
son's.
Plcturs frames mads to order. Vhlt
ney Co.
Dalntieat meals In the city at ths Al
bemarle. Our annual Brush Bali next week
J. 11. O'Kielly X Co., drugglat.
Freeh ahrlmps. lobaters and crabs at
ths Ban Johi Mark it to-morrow.
A large aaaortment of trunks and
rallaes 'may barrata" at Vutrelle'a.
Oyaters and Oku, In frenh to-morrow
morning at ths Ban Jons Makket.
Ladles' military and walking bats, lu
ail ths new anades. bota-nwald Bros.
Unheard-of bargains this week at "Thf
Phoenix." B. lileld & Co, proprietors.
Tweuty one meals for (5 at ths Mid
laud hotel dluli.g parlor, Utt north Thin:
street.
Fresh vegetables, fruits In seaaot.
poultry aud ataple grorwlt, at BmLI 4
Co. 'a, oeooud atreet.
Bv burins- Cerrillos coal you ars no)
Davliiii soinnbodv elan's bud debU, S
sell for cub only, llahn X Co.
Ths New Mexico Collection agency, of
fice over Fox's jewelry store, charge
nothing uuleaa the account Is collected
Haehechl X Glonil. ths beet placs in
the eity for hot aud cold drink. Call
and sns them. Ftus luuch always on
band.
Ktlas Garcia, ths well known sheep
ralaer aud buyer, came In from La
Vegaa Tueeday night, where ha purcliam-o
and shipped to Kauaas l lty market txi,
UM ah-ep.
Oeorgs II. Moore, who waa at Kl Pa
has returned to tin city, lie rt-imrta tin
1'aaa city on a ln'nu. and that there niuH
be t Ixaat vMitiO p-xiple now soj'iurutii;
at hi faao.
Mm. Albright, proprietor of ths Art
Parlor, la maklug a reduction In the
Dries of all work until after the holiday.
Bus her new styles lu holographs More
ordering. 113 nortu JUira atreet.
Thurday night. Novemtier 17, at the
Teuihls Altiert Httttr, a most novel en
tertainment will take placs. Our noted
society people will give a grand cake
walk. Asultabls prize will lie given to
the beat walker. In fact, each eight
will bs oue grand novelty.
At ths children's fancy dreas hall, to
be given bv ths ladles of tbs Temple
Albert on Baturday, November Id, from
1 S 3?l-CtC3 I
4 Poeitklie. We make CAIUNKTS.
Photos Kuliirg d and Iti il'icul
For CJOotJS.
115 0O1.D A VKNI'K.
K. C. Newtx uier. ths deputy sheriff; C.
K. and Marcua C. ds Baca cams In from
liallup lam night.
llui-kv" King retnrued to ths city
from Lo Angi'lea laetulght, considerably
unproved lu health.
Adolfo Otero and children left laat
nlgiit tor Ban Krancleco, where the fam
ily will reelde In ths future.
A. J. Loomis, ths deputy Internal rev
enue collector for ttila diHtrtct, la at ths
Uraud Central from Hanta Fs.
Half a dozen well known railroaders
came In from Wlnelow lust night, aud
regtxtered at Bturgea' Huropeau.
A. R. Clark and John A. Johnson, or
Han Vurelal. are In the city to-day, and
can be found at the Orand Central.
Thir will he a meeting of the Ladles'
Aid society of the Preehyterlau church at
the residence or mra. ir. uope, rriuay
af ternoon, at H o Clock.
I'reaident C. T. Jordan, of the Agricul
tural college at Laa Cruces, went to
Waehlngtou livet night ou buniuNS con
iierlid with the college.
Jwlson Lathrop returned lant night
rriuii Kaiiaa City. With a Cotk leg 111
i lace of the oue that was ehot off In a
hold up a short time ago.
Mrs. Hernando, the wife of the con
gregational uilwoonary, nriived from
Kalian Ulgtil ana me luiuiij win
nuke their hon.e In this city.
J. J. Fbrridan, deputy United BtateB
marahnl. and A. J. Loomis. deputy
l ulled H.a.es collector or internal rev
euue. wnt UD to oanta re iroui vne
south last night.
Illllv live cituie down from the Nucl
mleiito wmulry laet night bringing tne
returua from that prectnut. which showed
that 1'erea hud made almost a clean
sweep.
There will be a free concert and dnnce
the Orchestrion Hall una evening
The weather will Just be cool enough to
rnske dancing delightful and there will
he a jolly crowd In attendance.
The Public Library rooms are being
cleaned and put In ship shape for the
winter. Vt of the work Is being done
In the foienoona so as not to Interfere
with the pntroiis of the library.
Himon Plbo, of Lsguna. and Kmll
HI ho, of Bernalillo, are in the city to day
Thevhavs room at Hturges Kuropean,
and huve annouueed that they ate well
pleaeed with the election returns.
J. J. O'Brien, of New York, who ex
changed plac e with mall carrier Wood
worth of llile city, arrived last night and
ts on dtitv to-day. He will be Joined by
Ilia wife lu a tew days, who Is now 111 In
Atchison.
Conxlderahle Inmrfvements are being
mails In the appearance of the Claire
hotel at Suit a re- lh exterior wood
work li being palt,ted und the rooms are
being elegantly papered, the furnttnre
renovated and repaired mnch new furnl
ture taking the place of the old. Messrs
axeman a Michael, me new owners, are
horoujhlr conversant with the hotel
business and will doubtless make sue
cees of the Hotel Clalrs.
J. W. Akers. the Hanta Fs gentleman
who recently became interested In the
theep Industry In this county, la here to-
lay, ami Is around among ine local pon-
lclana. He stales trial nana re county
fell Into the good old republican column
on Tuesday lant, giving a nandsorua ma
Jurtty to lion. Pedro Perea for delegate
to congress.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Flesher, who were eaat
on their bridul tour, have returned to Ihe
city and will remain several days, the
meet of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kosenwuld,
parents of Mrs. riesiier, alter wnicn uie
will contlnus to tneir nome at iiosweu
l lchard Wrliiht. the foreman of brlce
and building ou the hanta Fa Pacltlc,
came down from Kansas last night with
five carp"nter, who are working to day
Ht ths railroad snopa in mtaciiy. air,
Wright continued on to Peach Springs,
0. 8 B unt, who Is well known lo this
citv and elsewhere, will leave this city
rr Hanta e, wnere ne win speuu tue
winter n:otths with friend.
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NKlllT OA 1.1 S
Anawered at any hour.
Automatic 'IV1 ihone No. SHO,
MANN S IJKl ti STORE.
117 Kallnmd Avenue.
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Reduction in Price.
In order lo increase our business on the Celebrated
HANAN SHOE!
We will after this date sail them at the uniform price of
$5.00 For a Pair,
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This includes everything in the line formerly oH at $5.50,
$600 and $6 50.
Atrial will convince you that a Hanan Shoe for $5 is the
Cheapest Shot-leather on earth.
SIMON STERN,
THE RAILROAD AVENUG CLOTHIER.
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MAY & FABER,
115 Gol 1 Avenue.
Next to Citizen Office.
A. J. MALOY,
Staple
and Fancy
jiiuuuniiju.
AOENT FOR
OLUli IIOUSM 0ANNE1) GOODS,
None to Kqunl,
IJELIS SPUIN(.S CREAMERY BUTTER
The Famoua.
118 Railroad Ave. Albuquerquo, N. M.
E. J. POST & CO.,
HARDWARE.
ST0VFS ! STOVES ! STOVES !
1NO. VAN STEEL RANGES. I. X. L. STEEL RANGES.
AMERICAN JEWEL 11ASE BURNERS.
WONDER WOOD HEATERS, ths only genuine, all
others imilut'ont. 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 Railroad Avenue.
O. BACHECHI.
KSTABL'SIIfcD 1MSU.
G. GIOMI.
GRAND REMOVAL SALE I
-OF-
Carpets, Matting, Linoleum,
Blankets, Comforters,
Curtains and Portiers,
Table Linen, Etc.
BUCKS.
Delaine Merinos,
French Merinos,
American Merinos
G"AI)E AND TlIOROUUIlltHKD
Shropshires
On hand and for sale by
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METCALF & STRAUSS,
CROMWELL BLOCK.
OUR NEW STORE in the GRANT BUILDING will
be ready for o.xupanry about Niw 15th, end in or.'er
to save moving expenses we tell eviry h'n at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS I
Lace Curtains from 20c pair up. .
Blankets from 50c. pair up.
Comforters, largo size, from 7oc. up.
Pillows, from 50c. each.
Mail Orders Solicited.
Commercial House and Hote
WHOLESALE UKALKES IN
LIQUORS, WINKS, CIGAUS, TOBACCOS
Central Agents for W. J. Ltmp'i St. Louis Beer.
Outside Orders Promptly Attended to.
BACHECHI & GIOMI,
FROPKIKTORS,
107 & 109 S)utii First St , Albuquerque, N. M.
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A Long
Look Ahead !
Whi'ii It proves of value U called "for
Hlght." It will prove valuable to 7011 to
linprnvn the opixirtimlty of our HpecUl
8II.VKKWARK 8ALK.
A conlhtl Invitation In given to examlut
our gocxU ami prlci'n.
T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler
Watch Inspector, T. it S. F. R. R.
15 IT WAR ?
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To
Kmw,
DEALERS IN FAMILY AND
FANCY CROCtCtES.
NvT MESSELDtN, Pre.ldent. ;W. k.lNV HITNEV.,Vke.Prldnt. J. C. rLOtkNOV, Sec. & Tre..
IMtney Company.
.... --
SOLE AGENTS FOR
O.ilc's Wonderful Air
Tfclit Stoves ufor
Wood or Oal,"
Ounranteed to ive
10 per cent more Leat
With 25 percent less
Fuel than any other
Stove made.
We ha e the largest Stock
and Best Auorted Base
Burners, Heaters. Steel
Ranges and Cooking Stoves
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We are unpacking
Dai!y New Goods in
our Furniture Department.
The assortment
is unsurpassed.
T 1 11 it T
HANKIHhu Nnnl of th. bMt rt.rhM
tli. territory nit m nnnib.r of l.gitut
raalitaaoM In th. oily far uto.
II. D.
Ono-Piico
HEGlvEH,
C-SI-I O-330CII3,
A enmpltit K8ortaiiDt of ladles' per
vie IWunelette aud woolen wrapirn,
'mm tioe to 3 60 rarh. Koxenweld liroe
NVw Htofk kid Rlovr. novelttei In
leckwrer aid hiwtprr )ut received at
'olili'U Kill.' Liry OwkIi Co.
Jnht rt-enlveil a ear load of Lemp'i beer
t Hai h-clil & (i lorn 1 'a,
218'i SOUTH SECOND STREET, OPPOSITE POSTOFnCE.
t'ouiplett" New Ktock of Staple ami Kbiicjt Groceries.
"Silver Coin" Heet Coloradu Klour
Old lloiiieeteat, lilgli patent
Hnirar, lil poundit.
t'otl-M. luiiai'kaKM
White KuhIbh Hi up, 8 Kara for
Ham and Hreakfni-t lluron. er ll
I. a Cmws lonmtcea, per cm
Kaifle Milk
Anderwfii'ii Janix
lir. IMreVH W,g 1'owder, 12 07.
Po'atoeH, 22 IIih. for
Quinree, pi r prmtid
Bole ageiit ' Hiehelieii" Cat n"d li mhIh- Kiuw-t 1 11 earth.
.... 12.25
$2.(10
11.1)0
$1.00
25c.
Hie.
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Sue.
3c
(io iU delivered to all
purta of city. Mail order receive prompt attention.
FINE GROCERIES
makes flue iall-, a n l a tine table makes
life worth living, lie careful about
MerytliiiiK, hut e-pedally be rareful
' Itoiit your tutiU. A llrHl-clajta blllsif
(are you a tuorti;a 011 home fon-.
leiitiuent. The menu U no uiueh a.
mailer of (roceriea that poor grooeri'B
U'Iouk to ti e condemned lixt. Our htock
if canned kihx'h la eimply lmmeuHe.
Hi attriuTvi-iiiH of your talde la
ilouMed once you use them. Krery
article e aell la Al In quality and
market ut a bottom price, (let your
Krocerlr of ux and make your table
hut it hIioiiIiI lie.
I AMES L. BELL tt CO.
A'wayt Goods People
Want Prices People
Like and Unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Received.
THE 111
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DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Agents For
STANDARD PATTERN
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
t it rLimtHo,
Roaea, 'luuma, rarnatlona. etc.
IVI.lt. THE ITLDBMT.
FOLLOW TUB LEADER.
3Se
REMOVAL SALE.
OCR CURAT URMOVAL SAM la now in full Mint an 1 g hiIh lire helm oM at unheard of low prlewi. Every Dollar
wo thof K Hidi we have in our More will be a ld at a re Inc.! .11 of from I'l to 5 1 p r cent, from forme-prlcea. Our pairta
are all uew.buiiglit for this Kail aud W'luter'a Busiuea, aad our aaaurtmentaare larger than allthcMtorea lu the City combined.
HERE ARE SOME SAMPL12 PRICES:
The prices and designs of
our Carpet Department
cannot he equalled.
We Keep the Largest Stock
of Crockery, Glassware
and Lamps.
Choice errnp, per gallon
12-oiiuctt cau lr Frlce'a baklnir pow
der Soe
I) pai'ka vea Arbuckle coffee $1(0
A pounda new bulk tu I nue meat Vie
Ml poiiuda Kraniilated augar $1 00
Mountain nquaih, per puuud l'o
7 bar-i White Hu-utlau eoap 2ic
Strained honey, per pint Uoe
Anderaou'a iam, per ran li
X package King ifonl'a corn Htarch.. 2oc
Kagle milk, tr ran 15o
I new.fatch herring 2oc
I..IH CroceH tmimtoeH lite
.' can tan Camp' Kitk and beana. . 2.rc
22 pouildn bet itatoea 'or
I II K MA.K,
The Cut f rice Cash Store.
(MAIL ORDERS HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
Ol FtCn AND SAI.nSkOOMS, 317-iiQ South Second Street.
WORKSHOPS and HEAVY HARDWARE, 115-117 South Hrat Street
Tnr Mala Ch.ap,
A floe Vive piano (square).
A ii e l iiKvv, horae and harneea,
A vo nl rlia 'ton. horae aud barneaa.
Magu'li.'iMit llu'.l eate, both burglar
anil Ire nroof.
1 do n general conimlmilon, auction
ami KliHirmit Ihihiiii'hh, ami can save you
money. Drop 11m a card or note and I
will call, niiure II, H. KlNAUT
Thai lv...l. May Hiiuw
That Joe Hall in from MUwuirl, I. a baa
openetl a iaillea' an I genu' ehoe ahlning
parlor and repair elu.p on Hi cond atreet,
1 est diMir to Itanklu'a real ertate odlee.
A. White, au eipert ahoemaker, la with
Joe aud they solicit your patronage.
Outing FUoocl
H olt heavy g'aitea; nice pattern;
41 m plecea to aelaot from, yd. , .70
Percale
Varl wide, good Quality, new
atylea, yd
Calkoc
lteit qualltie Prints, ligl t or
dark, yd '
Mutlin
Yard Wide 4o
Bleacbed or aubbarUeJ.
Underwear
I.adW Ribbed Teats. eUve,
rriH'het neck, fair quality I1
better au'1 keavier 17c
Veiling
60 pleoea. all Silk Telling. Chen
Uleilol; colore and black, worth
2f.c 12c.
Uudcrwc
I ailiea' Silk and Wool Teals and
lirawera, worth, $1 85 &.'e
Hou
Clill Iren'n Heavy Peamleta Black
lloee, aUea BtoU1,; woitU 2"c.
pair 1
Gapes and Jackets
All Newertt Go mN. all at a reduction
of 25 ti6) per cent from former price,
Ton will aave t'oui f !. to ", no a
garment by buying from in He
uiember theae are uew, and Kine
Winter garmeiitH.
Tailor iuaile 8ulta. HkirU, an I Kur
Collarettes at aanie lug FeluctLm
prlcea.
Mens and Boy's
Clothing-
.argent Stick of Clothing and
HiirnirtlilngUooiU lu the city lo eelect
from.
W e have mora Clothing than any
Clothing atore in the city and our
prlcea are a great deaf lesa.
Special Iteiluc'lui during our
Removal Sale of 2 nr cent. I'n
inatehatile p'lca. Your moil y buck
It oiir priivH can ba umlcUud in
clothing and we pay you for your
trouble in loukiag.
Kid Clave
Kour B llton La llea' Kid Glorea
65o
Curie tt
All our W. B. and R. A 0. and
other atylea 75e
Skirts
l.adlea' Black Sklrta. Bayadere
etTi-c'.a worth (:i.iM $l 00
Cheaper thau you can buy the
material for
BUnkctt and Comiorti
from Ni'ta to IO()0 reduction
of 25 I'KK CKST ou former
prlcea.
Gowns
UlifV Minlin Night Odwna.
yoke of chiiter tucka. 40c
Drawers
l.ipticV Cambric And MuhIIu
lirawern, deep rutllea, embrol.
derlea and feather alitch. luc.
and -50
Table Linen
S luchea wide, all linen Table
Hamaxk &0e.
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