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THE DAILY CITIZEN
ALBCQUKRQl'K, MAKCI1 6, 1HW8
f By Instructions from Chase &
anburn we are authorized to sell
Java .and Mocha Co flee at the
45-cent coffee at, . .40 cents.
40-cent coffee at. . .35 cents.
35-cent coffee at, . .30 cents.
30-cent coffee at. . . 25 cents.
25-cent coffee at. , ,20 cents.
1 14 T. Railroad Af., llboqoerqne, 1. 1.
money TO LOAN
. On pianos, Orat-clana fnrnltnre, etc,
without removal. Aim on diamonds,
watches. Jewelry, life Insurance poli
cies. 1 rust deeds or any good seour
it;. Twins very moderate.
209 Smith Second street. Albnoner-
que, New Mexico, neit door to W eat-
ero union lelegrapn oiuoe.
U. A. SLEYSTEK,
' K0T1RT PUBLIC.
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
ROOMS 12 A 14 CROMWELL BLOCK
GOMMEK A GLAESNEH,
207 Railroad Ave.,
R. T. ARUIJO BUILDING.
CALL AT THE
Low Pries and Courteous TreaUucnU
E. H. UUHBAR,
Boom Rented, Rent. Collected.
OHM, t4 OaXn lfk,Cor ThlrS StrMt,
for 10 cent. a dime,
lave your htrt lauudrlea .
And bom on tinie.
At Uie Altmqaerqu Sicam Lssndry,
Omw Oaatl a, atad Imt4 .
JAT A. EUBBS, Proprietor,
ALBUQUERQUE SHOE STORE,
1104 RAILROAD AVENUE,
r. FAXUINTZ, Prop.
LID1ES' MEN'S IHD CH1LDEEI SHOES
To the satisfaction of patrons. Repair
ing neat'jr performed. Work guaranteed.
Albuquerque Fish Market...
Freeh Flub, Oysters. Lobsters.
Crabs, Bhrlinps, eta Baltimore
Oysters, fresh every dar in bulk
and cans. Headquarters for
Dressed Poultry. Mall Orders
receive prompt attention.
20 sad 20S Sooth Second Street.
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
214 S. Second St
bet on F.aitti.
NEW SPRING SUITINGS
NOW ON THE ROAD.
pictures that will pay you for the tins It
takes. We make suits for 111 and op.
rants 3 and np. Fit, style and work
Twenty ear loads of rattle and one of
ponies, belonging to the Detroit Land and
Cattle company, passed throngh ths etty
this morning with destination at
Springer. They are being transferred
from ths southern ranges of ths company
lo the greener pastures In ths vicinity of
Onr boys' suits at $1 "A $2 and $2.50
ars ths beet In the market for the wide
awake boys of Albuquerque. Make the
boys respect them 'fires, and this they
will never do In shnhhy clothing. K. L.
Washburn A Co.
Take Sunday dinner at the Midland.
Chirken sonp. roam tnrkey and cran
berry sauce, roast mutton, mlut sauce,
seasonable vegetables, pumpkin and
mince pies. Ice cream and cake. All for
Klondike may or may not be a good
place to go to. Von may strike some
thing good there and yon may not, bnt at
the Zelger Cafe yon are always sure of
fludlog something good to eat or drink.
Lost Thursday night last, between
Grand Central hotel and Mrs. Bhlulek's
residence on Broadway, a heavy embroid
ered linen handkerchief; 30 cents reward
tor same It returned to this office.
Santa Fe Pacific employes can get their
accident policies written In the Paclfle
Mutual at W. P. Metcalfe Insurance
agency la the Cromwell block. Paymas
ter's orders taken.
We are the originators of the "Unique
Sideboard.'' Nothing but the finest goods
money can procure are kept on tap at
Mellnl A Kaklu's, wholesale and retail
Latest subscribers to Colorado Tele
phone and Telegraph company's ex
change are: Thos. F. Ksleher, No. 63; L.
I'. Albers, No. 86 2; Ambroslo ArmlJoA
Co, 58 3.
Albuquerque lodge No. 336, 1. 0. B. B
meets to-morrow, Sunday, at 11 a. m.
All members are requested to attend.
By order of the president. 11. N. Jaffa,
A photo Is something the patron wants
good. Onr established reputation for
turning ont perfect work In this Hue
eonvloes all. Toorhees, Railroad ave
Carpenters are at work on the D. J.
Abel store room, on Railroad avenue, get
ting everything In shape to receive the
fixtures for the John wlckstrom resort
J. 0. Gideon A Co. have on hand a large
stock of bed lounges. We Bad that we
are crowded tor room and must dispose
ot many of them at bed-rock prices.
The blowing np ot the Maine caused a
big sensation, but the low prices on
men's fins clothing at Ilfeld's are caus
ing a bigger one.
Why pay shoe store prices? Attend
special sale on shoes and save from f0
cents to 12 a pair, at Golden Rule Dry
Genuine imported Swiss cheese, Neu
ehatelle, Krouen cbeess, finest Llrobur
ger and brick cheese, at the Jaffa Grocery
For Sunday supper at the Midland
hotel: Fried oysters, peach preserves
and hot biscuit like mother used to make.
For a nice cold glass of beer, whisky,
brandyor wine, call atH. H. Warkentln's,
corner Copper avenue and First street
Nice lodging rooms, 29 cents per night,
at No. Ill First street Mrs. P. Parsntl,
Don't forget ths grand free lunch that
will be served at the Zelger Cafe this
Both Anheuser and City beer on tap,
and always fresh, at Mellnl A Kaklu's.
For Sale First-class stds bar top bug
gy, cheap. No. 60S north Fifth street.
See onr boys' shirt waists. Klegant and
Inexpensive. K. L. Washburn 4 Co.
Keep your eye on Ilfeld's Saturday.
Men's furnishing goods special.
For Rent Two unfurnished rooms.
Call at 319 south Broadway.
TanslU's Punch cigars, six for 26 cents.
The Jaffa Grocery company.
Plumbing and gas fitting. Whitney Co.
Room moulding. Whitney Co.
Calvin Whiting, Insurance.
Wall paper at Futrelle's.
Made up in the newest styles and
of beautiful Silks, in light, medium
and dark effects, of Ohangcables,
Stripes, Checks and Solid Colors.
Those styles oxclusivo with us.
PRICES RANCHIC 'FROM $5 UPWARDS
- - - i .
Men notice beautiful and weft clad women, and verily,
women admire well clad men. Our new stock of Spring
Overcoats and Suits contain so many attractive features"
that they require the sense of sight to grasp the full
meaning and sincerity of these words.
Our facts and your faith are the creator ot oar
Bid BUSINESS WITH LITTLE PRICES.
StjU, Ssrvfes, SatlriuttM."
Tinware, Woodenware, Pomps.
Plumbers' Supplies, Cutlery, Lamps.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
Donahoe Hardware Co,
Railroad Ave. and Third St,
Wait (uc out Urge variety of atylca and get
ttrat-cUa suit made to order at bat s sliRtit ad
vance on ready-made clothing. Clutlir
Cleaned and Repaired.
A. Morrelli & Bro.,
107 South Kin atrret, near Railroad avenue
Wholesale and Retail.
Mall Orders Solicited
J. II. O'JUELLY & CO.,
ALBUQUERQUE. NKW MKXICO
MltlULAKn Leraly Hwla IaU ta.
tMimot. rtM Satnipk Hwiw,
Mr. R utherlord, on aontu Hroadway,
lHa beautiful ball work every day,
Of wiu:lir, watch guard., bm elela, too;
Come, kind friend., aud get a few.
No. UK, corner Broadway and Iron.
Tin work. W hltney Co.
Stove repairs at Futrelle's.
Floor matting. W hltney Co,
Plumbing aud gas fitting. Whitney Co.
Shilling's teas aud coffees are the best
The Jaffa Grocery company. .
Ths streets are beginning to show
the effect of' the wotk of Officer
B si aud his crew, and present a neat
and clean appearance.
Mrs- Oaks has gone to Chicago and Nsw
Turk, and when she returns her beautiful
parlors will be filled with all the lovely
millinery novelties for the. spring of
We not oulyhave lunch every Saturday
night, but every day and night In the
year, at Mellnl A Kakln's, wholesale and
retail liquor dealers, No. Ill south First
For ths fluent work in photography
see Voornees, Railroad avenue. Allow
us to make your photo once and It In
sure your regular patrouags. Brlug
I tie babies.
It yon don't want to buy a suit or pants
call at The v. mm some time and look
over our line of samples anyway. It will
not cost you a cent. The book Is tall of
thb crrr w brief.
Personal and Geaeral Paragraphs Picked
Dp Rare sol There.
The Goes Military Institute base ball
team and the University club are play
ing a matched game of base ball at the
fair grounds this afternoon.
Strangers In the city, as wsll as old
patrons, are cordially Invited to visit the
Z tiger Cafe this evening, as the proprie
tors have mads elaborate preparations to
Some one stole a beautiful lap robe
from Max. Becker's carriage last night,
while It was standing In front of his of
fice. This Is the second lap robe he has
lost within two weeks.
Ths machinery hauled out to Bell
canyon for the Alton Mining and mill
ing company by W. L. Trimble A Co. Is
rapidly being put In place, and It Is ex
pected thst the new mill will be In oper
ation within ten days.
The guards turned out In large num
bers to the drill last night The possi
bility ot a war gives new Impulse to the
boys, and they are showing great eager
ness to learn the new tactics, in which
tbey are making good progress.
Judge Kmery, the veteran irrigation
agitator, ot Lawrence, Kan., who Is well
known In this city, Is on his way home
from a trip through California and Mex
ico In the Interest of International Irri
gation. Be will probably stop oft In this
city for a few days before proceeding to
his Kansas home.
The Idlewlld, on the corner ot Fourth
street and Silver avenue, belonging to
Mrs. Scott was sold yesterday to Mrs. K.
M. Garden, the transfer being made by
Otto Dleckman. Mrs. Garden Intends to
repair the building and put it In Bret
class shape. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams,
who have bad charge of the Idlewlld for
some time past expect to go to Cali
fornia. Mrs. Granger called at this office this
afternoon and stated that Capt Jack
Crawford will soon return to Albuquer
que, when he will give an entertainment
for the benefit of the Woman's Relief
Corps. Mrs. Granger also called attention
to ths fact that Miss Frances Wlllard
was the first woman In America that the
flag was lowered to half mast la honor
of her memory. .
A. A. Keen received a telegram tMa
morning from his wife announcing: the
death of J. A. Winner, father of Mrs.
Keen, at Hot Springs, Ark., last evening
at 7:45 o'clock. Mr. Keen has received
no further Information In regard to the
death and burial. ',
Monday will be a busy day at the court
honte. The district court the probate
court aud the oouuty coin mleH loners will
all be doing busluess at the same time, .;
Mrs. Salazar Otero died yesterday morn
ing aged 63 years, and was burled this
forenoon. She came here with her hus
band from Los Lunas a short time ago.
Mall Carrier Woodmansee la on the sick
list this week. Frank Lott will attend
to his route, while Regular Substitute M.
0. Turner will take care of Frank's.
Ralph Dunbar has accepted a position
with Benry Brockmeler, and will be on
hand at all hours to explain the working
ot cameras aud chainless bicycles.
Suits made to measure for 111 and up.
Pants 3 and np at the Racket. Cheaper
than band me downs.
THE RAILROAD AVENUE CIOTHIER.
E. J. POST k CO.,
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
A T .TtTTQITIBTl QTTT1
litcomb Springs and Health Resort
Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M.
Open A.11 tlie Year.
Good accomodations at reasonable rates. The following it the
analysis of one of the varioua springs at the Kesort ;
Sodium chloride, grains per gallon.. 1937
Calcium sulphate, grains per gallon 14360
Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1896
Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5188
Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Albuquerque
for the springs every Wednesday and oaturday morning.
FARES SI 3iCXZ WAY.
Order slate at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Copper
avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
H. G. WH1TCOMB. Proprietor.
The owners of Albuquerque acequla
wlxh to notify all patrons who wish 10
use water from said acequla, that they
must call on ths mavordoiuo and pay tor
water In advance. Vivian Carauajal.
The Indians were to have shown cause
to day why the temporary Injunction re
straining them from Interfering with
the agents ot the Albuquerque Land aud
Irrigation company should not be made
permanent. The matter was adjourned
until Monday. Nelll B. Field appears
tor the Indians and Judge Collier and K.
W. Dobeou for ths canal company.
If yon ars down town this evening, yon
will do well to bear In mind that a mag
nificent free lunoh Is being served at ths
Zslger Cats In connection with the choice
supply ot liquors always to be found
F.r a Spring Salt Try B. B. Booth.
Ws have the goods, not the samples.
Ton may try on before garments are fin
ished. I live here and employ home la.
bor. If goods are not satisfactory some
ons in the east is not to blame, nor have
we left town. No. lu South Second st
Genuine bargains la sample ladles'
shoes. One hundred styles to choose
from lo B, C snd D widths, worth $4 per
pslr, atgl.yj. LEON B. STERN k CO
Qnlckel & Bothe will be "at home" to
all ot their friends and patrons at Zelger
Cafe this evening-. Extensive nrenara.
tlons have been made for the entertain
ment ot all who vtelt there to night.
You are always surs of finding some
rare btrgalns at F. F. Trotter's grocery
eiore and It will pay you to trade there
A. J. MALOY,
Staple and Fancy Groceries!
GOODS! BUTTE I
RON TO IQOAL. THS FAMOUS.
118 Eailroad Ave., Albuquerque, N. M.
t 0. BACHECni.
O xj r HP X? T c
a . ,
Wholeaals Dealers la
General Agents for W. J. Lemp'g St. Louis Boer.
ELEGANT RETAIL DEPARTMENT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Outside) Ordora Promptly Attended to.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
BAGHEGHI & GlOIVil,
1 107 & 109 Sonth First Street, Albuquerque, N, M.
(11S South Soooaa)
Stationery, School Books,
C1IEE1S AID PHOTOGRIPHIC SUPPLIES.
We Carry a Complete Line of Legal Blanks, Blank Books, Cigars,
and Tobacco, Magazines, Periodical and Newspapers.
O. A.. MATSON & Co.
SOU WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
Our t)8 catalogue,
with elegaut col
new and de
sirable In plants,
bulbs, Ac. 4c. now
Write tor a copy,
Men's sweaters, worth 85 eeuts, at (0
cents; boys' sweaters, worth 76 cents, at
40 cents, at the Golden Rule Dry Goods
Read the big adv. ot Ilfeld Bros, about
their Saturday special.
Honest Prices. '
Buy or SclL
POO O-OIiP AVH.
Why does my boy always look so neat?
Because I buy my clothing of a good re
liable clothing house of long experience
In handling clothing. I tell yon there Is
a vast difference In the fit, finish and
wear of E. L. Waehbnrn A Co's. boys'
suits and other houses.
Picture frames. Whitney Co.
THE BUSY MAZE
Black kid cambric, per yd 4c
Apron check ginghams, per yd 5c
Indigo blue calico, per yd 5c
Silver gray prints, per yd 5c
Solid black calico, per yd 5c
33-in. Dutch blue calico, per yd 9c
Large figure curtain calico, per yd 5c
28-in. outing flannel, in neat stripes, per yd. 10c
30-inch black satine, per yd 10c
30- in. Henrietta finish black satine, per yd. 15c
31- in. French zephyr gingham, per yd.....l3c
27-in. choice American ginghams, in latest
broken plaids 13 yards, $1. 00
The finest flour in the market $M5
10 lbs. Cottolene 95c
California table fruit, per can , toe
4 lbs. best prunes 25c
Native dried fruit, per lb 5c
Dill pickles, per quart xoc
Dunham's cocoanut, per lb 25c
Van Houten's cocoa, per lb 72c
Coxe's gelatine, per package iiyic
3 cans tomatoes 2 5c
2 packages oat flakes 15c
3 lbs. mince meat 25c
POSITIVELY THE LOWEST PRICED STORE IM ALBUQUERQUE.
Prompt attention paid to Mail Orders
WRITE FOR PRICE LIST.
WM. KIEKE, Proprietor.
A. Cecil, a well-known eltlten
Raton, Is In the metropolis to-day.
J. D. Baldwlu, registering at
European from Madrid, N. M., Is In
John Cleghorn has gone to Wtngate to
bring in soma horses to work on his
ranoh near this city.
L. A. Jndt left this afternoon for Ja
mes hot springs, where be will open his
bath rooms for the season.
'G. A. Frans, of Magdalena, came in
from the south last night, to enjoy sev
eral days In the metropolis.
Mrs. Mary B. McDantel, of San Rafael
came in from the west last night and Is
registered at Sturges' European.
Mrs. F. G. French, who was at Las Ve
gas on a visit to relatives, passed through
ths city Wednesday night for her home
Judge Crunipaoker and Sheriff Hub
bell went ont tor a hunt this afternoon.
Tbey took the Judge's dogs along to assist
In the sport
Mrs. Fred. Smith, of Cleveland, Ohio,
and Mrs. W. A. Witt, of Richmond, Va
two ladles from the east who are visiting
the southwestern country, wers in the
city last night, and registered at Sturges'
DeWltt Carter, a government official
aud a health seeker from Washington.
D. C, who has been spending a month In
this city with rooms at the Golden Rule
Rooming house, left this morning on a
visit to El Paso.
Ei-GoTsxaor L. B. Prince returned last
night from Las Crnces, where he person
ally esamlned Ronalt's canning factory.
He will embody the Information which
be secured In a report to the Horticul
tural society at Santa Fe on the possibil
ities ot ths canning Industry In this ter
ritory. Hugh Louden, representing the Scot
tish Mortgage, Loan and Investment
company, of ulaegow, Scotland, having
attended to some business In this city
yesterday aud afterwards made a pleas.
ant visit with frleuds, left for El Paso on
No. II this morning. Be will retnrn to
his Las Tegas home in a day or two,
Always Goods People
Want; Prices People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled same day received.
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
. Sure to Please.
A Right Store Service
Is just as essential to successful merchandising as right goods
and right prices. Communities are like individuals; use them
right and they'll appreciate it.
One of the principles upon which this business is founded
is absolute fairness in dealing with its patrons. Public con
fidence came to us by the practice of this principle. We shall
"leave no stone unturned" to retain that confidence. There can
bo no business growth without it, in fact, business life itself de
pends upan its preservation. It cannot be amiss for us to em
phasize these matters just on the threshold of the new season.
NOW WE'LL TALK SHOES.
Our entire stock of low shoes,
including all the latest arrivals,
has been divided into three lots.
LOT 1 Consists of all our
odd lines in black and tan which
are slightly broken in size, none
sold for less than $2.00, some as
high as $3.25, sale price.. 81. 50
LOT 2 Black, tan, oxblood
and green low shoes selling up to
$2.90, will go at $'4.00
LOT 3 Black, tan and ox
blood low shoes, our finest grade,
selling upto $4, sale price. $9.50
LOT 1 All our black, tan
and oxblood button and lace shoes,
selling up to $2.90, at only . $3 .00
LOT 3 All odd lines, gelling
up to $4.50, regardless of cost,
will go in this lot at only. .$3.50
LOT 3 All our finest grade,
selling up to $3 00, only, ,$3.15
LOT 1 Fine Dougola but
ton or lace, Dongola top or pat
ent leather top, in black and tan,
shoes which were selling up to
$1.35, sizes 4 to 8, only,,.. 95c
LOT 2 Sizes 8X to io,
our entire stock in black, tan and
oxblood shoes selling up to
$1.75. only $1.25
LOT 3 Sizes 11 to 2, our
entire stock of black, tan and ox
blood shoes, selling up to
$2.25, only $1.5J