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THE DAILY CITIZEN
AI.Hl (Jl'KHgl K, M A K ' H 10, 1S!)
By instructions from Chase &
Sanburn we are authorized to sell
Java and Mocha Coffee at the
45-ccnt coffee at. . .40 cents.
40-cent coffee at. . .35 cents.
3 S-cent coffee at. . .30 cents.
30ent coffee at, . . 25 cents.
35-cent coffee at. , .ao cents.
111 I. Ballroil it.. lltioqggrqDi, 1. 1.
On plsnos, first-class fnrnitura, etc,
without removal. Aim on diamonds,
watches. Jewelry, life Insurance poll
rte Trout deeds or an; garni secur
ity. Terms mj moderste.
SOU South Second ttrwt, Albnqner
qna. New Mexico. Deit door to West
ern Union Telegraph olllre.
15. A. SLEYSTEIt,
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
ROOMS IS & U CKOMWKLL BLOCK
Sirii an. Summer fc.
Mudo up ia tho newest styles and
of beautiful Silks, in light, medium
and dark effects, of Changeablcs,
Stripes, Checks and Solid Colors.
Those styles exclusive with us.
(Mill & GLAESNER
207 Railroad Ave.,
N. T. ARMMO M ILDIN0.
CALL AT THE
Low Prices and Court oua Trcatbatnt
PRICES RANGING FROM $5 UPWARDS
ROSEN WALD BROS.
E. H. UUUBAR,
I Iouki K enlrd. H rnt. Collected.
UlMttM Ooll A ...Car Third Html
Ktir 10 rrnta dime.
II. ve yiur .hirt l.tiiidrtrU
Aud liume on lime.
At the AJbsqnerqos Steam Unnury,
rrr OmI mad Kaeaad at,
JAT A. HUBBS, Proprietor.
Tinware. Woodenware, Pumps.
Plumbers' Supplies. Cutlery. Lamps.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
Donahoe Hardware Co.
Railroad Ave. and Third St,
ALBUQUERQUE SHOE STORE,
1101. RAILROAD AVENL'K,
I'. PAUHIMTI, Prop
LADIES' IEVS 1HD CHILDREI SHOES
To the satisfaction of patrons. Repair
lag neatly performed. Work guaranteed
Albnqnerqne Fisb Market...
Fresh KMi, Oysters, tohsters.
Crab, Hhrloipa, etc. Baltimore
OjMters, fresh every day in bulk
- anil eans. Ileadqnartera for
Dressed Poultry. Mall Orders
receive prompt attention.
20 sad 20 South Second Street.
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
214 S. Second St
C rrntiirry Hulter
Beat uu Kutti.
MEW SPRING SUITINGS
NOW ON THE ROAD.
Harris Is quite well known In this elty.
having occupied the pulpit ot the baptist
ehnrrh here for three months about two
years ago, when he was In this territory
for his son's health.
There Is no denying the fact that sev
eral small river towns have contagions
dlecaaes, such as small pox and iiieanles.
but the neon e of this elty. some of whom
are apparently alarmlHte. need have no
fear of t ie aioreeatn aiaesses geuing a
foothold here. The board of health Is
romDoeed ot flrnt-elane physlrlaus, aud
with Mavor Auonant, wno is a pnysician
hliuseir, they will see that Albuquerque
Is soon free of any reason tor alarm at
The Metropolitan restaurant, ou First
street, will be thrown open to the public
on either Hatorday or Monday neii Dy
two exoerleneed rsalauraulers, Messrs,
Cornetto and Castello. and these genlle-
men will serve meals In true metropoll
tan style. Tai Citizen wishes them
A nnmber of first-clans mining deals,
rWtniff the adlarent districts, are on
the taplH, and the eonsummatlon ot the
deals will be made public In these col
umns as soon thereafter as possible.
Yon are always snre of finding some
rare bargains at F. F. Trotter's grocery
store and It will pay you to trade there.
For Dice cold glaes ot beer, whisky,
brandy or wiue.rall at H. 11. VYarkenttu's,
corner Copper avenue aud First street
Judas F. A. Htibbell was fortunate to
day In buying 010 ewes, to be received by
him at ltlo l'uerco, on March i'
Nice lodging rooms, 23 cents per night,
at No. HI First street. Mrs. P. Pareutl,
Roth Auheuxxr aud City beer on tap.
and always freiih, at Melinl & Eakln's.
Fine novelty patterns, excluHlre de
signs at I If fid's.
K oui moulding. Whitney Co.
Fine stationary at Matson's.
Calvin Whiting, Insurance.
Wall paper at Pntrelle's.
Wall tut our Urge varirty of atylea and art a
ttrw-tlaM suit made to nrdrr at bat a .light ad
vance on rrady-madr clothing. Outturn
Clraucd aud Kt paired.
A.Morrelli & Bro.,
107 South Fin Mrret. near Railroad avenue
Wholesale and Retail
Mail Order Solicited
J.Il.O'MEMiY & CO.,
ALBUQI KRQCK. NEW MEXICO
HIUIH.il!-Lavaly ltwls !1T
&jhurut. flu. a OL.pl Kwm.
THB CUT lit BRIEF.
Personal sal Genersl Paragraphs ricked
Up Hers sol There.
A needed rain fell In this valley this
The Santa Fe Paclne trainmaster, P. C
Allen, was In the elty from Wlnslow last
r. . . . i
Hon. iorion atiuer, secretary or me
Bureau ot Immigration, was a passenger
for Kl Paso last night.
Judge H. L. Warren and Col. K. W
Dolison. who wera at Socorro yesterday
on legal matters, returned last nignt.
K. P. Brown, the general agent for the
Colorado Fuel & Iron company, was In
the elty yesterday and went sooth this
F. H. Kent and Charles Bonsall re
turned from Han Pedro and CerrllkM last
night. They brought along with them
some One specimens ot galena ore, which
can be seen at tne ouiee or Mr. Kent.
- M. W. Flonrnoy and John A. Lee were
atuaiinp. wnere tney attended an ad'
Jonrned meeting of the directors of ths
Crescent Coal company, held last night.
These gentlemen will return to ths city
Toney Cooilodon, the well-known plas
terer, Is to day celebrating his 2ilth birth
day, and to make the event doubly Inter
estlng he received this morning a thor
oughbred Irish setter pup, four months
old, rroru a eiewarisvuie, Minnesota.
H. T. McKlnney, the resident mansger
or me anon Mining ana Mining com
pany, who Is stopping at his ranch below
the city, was In town this morning, and
he has the grip pretty bad. lie reports
nimsvu reeling "acney an over, and
these are the trne symptoms of the gsun
me ia grippe.
Mrs. vVm. Ruby, who has been residing
for sometime past on ner ranch on north
Fourth street, will remove to the city In
a few days, and with her daughter. Miss
Mills, will axeums clisrge of the Kuby
nouse. on soma r irst street. Mrs. kuii
called at this ouiee this morning aud
. rJ-.jri.siir.-.- -r.itr.i iT.- " s.J w.. Jrf.e.d.
A BIG SHOW!
It's a light just to see the beautiful things now displayed
at our store in
Men's Spring Suits,
Nobby Underwear and
Of which we show a
COMPLETE ID ENTIRELY NEW STOCK.
HERE ARE A FEW "STRAWS."
25 doz. Men's 50c Caps 2 He
20 doz. Boys' 50c Caps 25c
10 doz. Cloth Hats '4 He
50c Neckwear for 2fto
Boys' Wash Pants BOc
Wilion Bros. $1.25 Shirt OOc
Special for This Week.
20 dozen New Style Soft ami Still Hat", Worth $2 HO, S.I.OO,
$:$.50 and 84.00, at
The Railroad Avenue Clothier.
A. J. MALOY,
Staple and Fancy Groceries!
GOODS! ' BUTTER
ROM TO XQDAL. TBS FAMOUS.
118 Railroad Am, Albuquerque, N. M.
f 0. BACH ECU L K9TABLISHKD ISSS.
Wholraals Dtalf ri Id
General Agents for W. J. Lc nip's St. Louis Beer.
ELEOANT ICETAIL DEPARTMENT
OrEN DAY AND NIOHT.
stated that she honed to re-opn her hotel
on March 14, and as she Is well known
and has a reputation for supplying her
Rstrnns with good, square nivals, ths
uhy house will once more eome to the
front under her management.
Hat. Adulfo Chares and wife, ot Jara-
les. Valencia eouuty, are In ths elty to
day to sea their liUla daughter, whole
attending school at the liarwond Indus
trial home. net. inaves now, dui a lew
reara ago "Printer" Chawe, when he
held caws on the city papers. Is the Fres-
hrterlan mission preacner ana lescuer
ot Jarales, and states that since forsak
ing the printing olllce for the pnlplt and
school room, hs la a much better man
and feels considerably closer to St. Peter,
who gnards the pearly gates that lead to
everlasting lire. Ker. Chares reports his
town free from contagious diseases, but
says that there are several eases of small
poi at banlnal, about twelve miles away.
Albion Howe and 0. II. Perry, visitors
from West Superior, Wis., left last night
for Wli-kenberg, Arisona. Major W. A.
Kankln took the visitors out for a drlvs
vesterdav afternoon and showed them
ths principal polms ot Interest In the
city. They will stopover hereon their
return and will visit the different min
ing districts in the vicinity of this city
with a view to Investing In some mining
W. N. Parkhurst, the general agent of
the Equitable Life Asuiirance society,
who was down south on busluess con
nected with his excellent company, re
turned to his local otllce last niebt. Us
reports having enjoyed a good business
lu policy writing, aud stated that hs
fonnd money quite plentiful among the
merchants and others with whom be
came In contact
Dr. J. T. Phillips and K. 8. Curomlngs,
ot ths Dr. Phillips Medicine company, re
turned to the city late yesterday after
noon and will recruit np for a month or
six weeks. They have been touring the
the northwestern counties for the past
six months, aud were very successful In
alleviating ths pains aud other Ills of the
Whitcomb Springs and Health Resort,
Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M.
Open All the Year.
Good accomodations at reasonable rates. The following is the
analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort:
sodium chloride, grains per gallon 1927
Calcium sulphate, grains per gallon , 1.4360
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 Saturday morning.
pari: gml each totast.
Order slate at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Copper
avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
H. G. WHITCOMB. Proprietor.
It your Firs Iniurannc pUctd in Companies that have complied with the Territorial Law
rcqulitng a deposit ot iu,uisj tor tne benetit and security ol Policy Holder?
The National Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford,
With Assets of Nearly $4,500,000, and the
Atlas Assurance Company of London, England,
With Assets of More Than $10,000,000.
HAVE COMPLIED WITH THIS LAW
And art la Position to give you proper protection.
Tf'r'r'P Accept Policies from Companies thai have not Complied with the
XJ vll Law, at they have no Right to issue them.
BERNARD A. SLEYSTER.
AGENT FOR THE ABOVE COMPANIES.
Outside Ordera Promptly Attended to.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
BAGHEGHI & GIONll,
107 & 109 Sonth First Street, Albnqnerqne, N. M.
IS SeaUl SM.ad)
Stationery, School Books,
C1IER1S 1ID PHOJOGBIPHIC SUPPLIES.
We Carry a Complete Line of Legal Blanks, Blank Books, Cigars,
and Tobacco, Magazines, Periodicals and Newspapers.
O. MAT S O !Nfe Co.
805 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
Our t8 catalogue,
with elegant col
ored plate every
thing new and de
sirable In plants,
,l)iilh8, &e. &c. now
Y rite for a copy,
We not only have lunch every Saturday
night, but every day and night In the
year, at Melinl k Kakln's, wholesale aud
retail liquor dealers, No. ill south Klrst
Attend the sals of ladles' wrappers at
Weld's tula week.
Buy or Sell.
For a Bpi-lDg Salt Try St. H. Booth.
We have the goods, not the samples.
Ton may try on before garments are fin
ished. I live here and employ home la
bor. It goods are not satisfactory some
one In the east Is not to blame, nor have
we left town. No. 113 South Second st.
New lot of ladles' jewel and gold belts
at the Big Store.
THE BUSY MAZE
Mr. Kuthrrftirrl, on wMith Broadway,
I' ut-auiiful hair murk evrry day,
t t wiU tit's), wan ti guard-. Ua rlria, too;
tiifnr, kiml tnemU. and wtfe.
No. 113, cornci littMtiway aud Iron.
Tlu work. Whitney Co.
Btove repairs at Kutrelle's.
Floor matting. Whitney Co,
Curios and drawn work at Uateon'a.
Plumblug aud gas Uttlcg. Whitney Co.
Hood horse tor sals, cheap. Inquire at
F. K. Trotter's.
All the newext and latest style wash
goods at ths lilg Store.
If a uisn or boy ahould waut a bicycle
cap this week you eau get any style (or
Hi cents ai ins tiig btore.
Why pay shoe stors prices? Attend
special sale on shoes and ears from 60
ceuU to ti a pair, at Uuldnu Kuls Dry
Ws ara the originators of ths "Unique
Sideboard." Nollilug but ths Quest guoda
uiouey can procure are kept on tap at
aleliul & Kakln's, wholesale aud retail
Santa Fe Pacific employes can get their
anririeut pollciss written In the I'aclUc
Mutual at W. P. Uetcairs limuraure
aeury In the Cromwell block. 1'ayiuae
ter's orders taken.
In a fedeirraiu to ths sheriff from Gal'
Itip It is stated that the men who held uo
KiU'heu A Kennedy's salum there Tues
day ulgul got away with 7UU lu cash
aud ovs gold watches.
Ths members of ths Baptist ehnrrh
held a buslUMwi meeting laet night at
which a call was uuauluiously attended
to Kev. A. W. Harris, of Omaha, to take
Cuargs 01 lus uastorai tier, her. air
Black kid cambric, per yd 4c
Apron check ginghams, per yd 5c
Indigo blue calico, per yd 5c
Silver gray prints, per yd
Solid black calico, per yd
33-in. Dutch blue calico, per yd 9c
Large figure curtain calico, per yd Jc
28-in. outing fhnnel, in neat stripes, per yd. 10c
30-ir.ch black satine, per yd 10c
30-in. Henrietta finish black satine, per yd. 15c
31-in. French zephyr gingham, per yd Ufcc
17-in. choice America ginghams, in latest
broken plu'uls 13 yards, $1.00
The finest flour in the market $1.45
10 lbs. Cottolene 95c
California table Irutt, per can 10c
4 lbs. best prunes 35c
Native dried fruit, per lb 5c
Dill pickles, per quart 10c
Dunham's cocoanut, per lb 25c
Van II out en's cocoa, per lb 73c
Coxe's gelatine, per package 74c
3 cans tomatoes 35c
3 packages oat flakes 15c
3 lbs. mince meat 25c
POSITIVELY THE LOWEST PRICED STORE IN ALBUQUERQUE.
Prompt attention paid to Mail Orders
WRITE FOR PRICE LIST.
WM. KIEKE, Proprietor.
Fletcher Jackson has gone to Im Tra
ces, where he will locate.
Mrs. A. B. Grieg and little danghter are
at the Highland, from Prescott, arriving
J. T. McLaughlin, the mining man
who spent yesterday In this city, went
sooth this morulng.
J. C. Hall, a cattle buyer of Redlands,
Cal , came In from the wesCJast night.
and has a room at Eturgea' Europeau.
H. N. Parsons, the traveling passenger
agsnt for the 8auta Fe at Kl Paso, was
In town last night and returned home
Mrs. William Shoeberlin and daughter
went to Denver last night, where they
were called by the serious Illness of Mrs.
W. R. Harper, general agent ot the
Mutual Lite Insurance company, Is at
Las Vegas now, and especU to return to
his offlce here la a few days.
Ed. 0. Hughes, the Denver manager ot
the Palatine Insurance company, was at
Gallup yesterday. He cams in from ths
west last night, and continued on to Las
Mrs. M. Strlckler left on the limited
yesterday afternoon for Los Angeles,
where she will visit friends for some
time. The lady Is the mother of Cashier
Strlckler, of the Bank ot Commerce, and
has resided In this city the past year.
K. W. Grant, ot Las Vegas, resident en
gineer for the Santa Fe, aud bis assis
tants, W. II. Klnnear and John V. Key,
stopped over last night at the Illghlaud
They went up to Algodones on the de
layed local this morning to do engineer
ing work on the track there.
Bernard Sleyster, the Insurance and
real estate agent, who represents half
doten first-class companies and who was
at Santa Fe on busluess conusvled with
the Insurance deposit law, returned to
the city last night, and to day plants
a double column advertisement In the
popular ClTi.KN. He elates that Frank
Devlin, general manager of the Atlas
I company, returned to Denver from Santa
I Kb, but Is eipscted bark In Albuquerque
I on Mouday neit.
Always Goods People
Wntj Prices People
Like and unmatched
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 coniidence. There can
be no business growth without it, in fact, business life itself de
pends upon its preservation. It cannot be amiss for us to em
phasize these matters just on the threshold ot 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, , SI. 30
LOT 2 Black, tan, oxblood
and green low shoes selling up to
$2.90, will go at S'i.OO
LOT JJ Black, tan and ox
blood low shoes, our finest grade,
selling upto $4, sale price. J'i. 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, selling
up to $4.50, regardless of cost,
will go ia this lot at only. .$3.50
LOT 3 All our finest grade,
selling up to $5.00, only, ,$:.! 5
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...,5o
LOT 2 Sizes 8 to ioj,
our entire stock in black, tan and
oxblood shoes selling up to
$1.75, only $1.33
LOT l Sizes n to 2, our
entire stock of black, tan and ox
blood shoes, selling up to
$2.25, only $1.50