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TUB DAILY CITIZEN
AI-Bl'QL'KUgl K, MARCH 11. 1.S
By instructions from Chase A
Sanburn we are authorized to sell
Java and Mocha Coffee at the
45-cent coffee at. . .40 cents.
40-cent coffee at. . .35 cents.
3Jent coffee at.. .30 cents.
30-cent coffee at... 2 5 cents.
25-cent coffee at ... 20 cents.
111 I. Railroad If., llbaqaerqas,!. I.
MONEY 10 LOAN
On pianos, flrst-ela'W fnrnltnrs, etc.,
without removal. .Aim on diamonds,
watches. Jewelry, life Insurance poli
cies. Trust limit or an; good secur
ity. Terms very moderate.
tfi South Second street, Albnqner
qne. New yeiioo, neit door to West
ern Union Telegraph offlce.
H. A. SLEYSTElt,
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
ROOKS 13 A 14 CKOMWKLL BLOCK
207 Railroad Ave
N. T. ARMIJO BL'ILblNS,
CALL AT THE
J. A. SKINNER,
Low Prkta and CourUout TrcatutnU
E. H. UUHBAR,
Hour Kentrd, K rnte Collected.
OHo.,114 bold A., Cor Third HtrMt.
Mado up in the newest styles and
of beautiful Silks, in light, medium
and dark effects, of Cliangcables,
Stripes, Checks and Solid Colors.
These styles exclusive with us.
PRICES RANGING FROM $5 UPWARDS
Tinware, Woodenware, Pumps.
Plumbers' Supplies. Cutlery, Lamps.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
Donahoe Hardware Co.
Railroad Ave. and Third St,
K 10 emu dime.
Have your shirt lauudried
Aud huititt oil time.
At the AJbsqucrque Steam Lasodry,
Craar Caatl . aad S.aeaJ at.
JAT A. HUBBS, Proprietor.
ALBUQUERQUE SHOE STORE,
WfAi KA1LKUAD AVtNLK,
3T. PAIIHNTI, Frop.
LADIES" lES'S AND CH1LDREI SHOES
To ths satisfaction of patrons. Repair
ing neatlj performed. Work guaranteed
Albuquerque Fisb Market...
Freeh Fish, Oyeters, Lobeters,
Crabs, Shrimps, etc Baltimore
Oysters, treeh every dar in bulk
Mid cane. Headquarters for
I'reeeed Poultry. Mali Orders
receive prompt attention,
yo and 20 South Second Street.
MA LIMA Iff
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
214 8. Second St
I 'rmmrry Htittrr
Brat on r.axtti.
MEW SPRING SUITINGS
NOW ON THE ROAD.
city. It 1 learned that Mr. Medler In
tends to auction tne dot w me uignesi
bidder, at hie ofupe, next Tuesday night.
The dog is ot a very eoriahle nature and
called around at Ths Citizen office early
this morning to get acquainiea.
Tou can declare a dividend to your
wife. beeiites giving her twice a much
as her ordinary allowance to spend and
still have eome money left to youreelf It
von will buv Tour clothing and furnish
ing goods of Hlmon Burn, the Railroad
II. C. Krleeel and wife arrived at the
Highland laet night from Chicago, sir.
Krienel will take the Dneltion occupied at
the postotnoa by Mlae Kverett, who has
been tranererrea vo me unicago oince.
Anyone wishing to learn Spanish will
do well to call ou A. A. Bedillo, who Is
now forming a clime. Room 7. Grant
You are always snre of finding some
rare bargains at K. F. Trotter's grocery
store and It will pay you to trade there.
For a nice cold glas of beer, whlxky,
brandy or wine, call at 11. 11. Warkentln'a,
eorner Copper avenue and Flint street
Whlteomb has Carolina poplars, Lom-
hardy poplar, white ash and boi elder.
large trees, W op.
Nice lodging rooms, 25 cents per night.
at No. 1 1 1 First street Mrs. P. Parent!,
Think ot It! A carload of Ice cream
freezers Junt received at vYhltuey company.
Both Anheuser and City beer on tap.
and always freeb, at Ueitnl A Kakin s.
BDrlng lamb and K. C. mutton at the
DAN JUbE MAKKKT.
Kins novelty pattern, exclusive de
signs at lireia s.
Kzcelelor Farm sausage at the San
Room moulding. Whitney Co.
Fine stationary at Matsou'a.
Calvin Whiting. Insurance.
Wall paper at Futrelle's.
Wait for out larwe variety 4 at) Ic. and get a
flnaclaat stilt made to older at tiat a altalit ad
vance on frady-madt? clothing. CloOie.
Cleaned and Kepaired.
A. Morrelll & Bro.,
107 South Firat atrerl, ur Railroad arenue
Wholeial and Retail
Mail Ordera Solicited,
.1. II. O'lllEfJA & CO.,
ALBl'Ql'KKQt'K. KKW MKXICO
HIUUIAU-Uralr ltoda Dlay
toinui. Hum Saaapl Koom.
Mra. Rutlirrfonl, on .otitli liroaiiway,
loea lt-Mtitilul hair work every day.
Of awiu hra. watrti gUMida, hra clt-la, too;
Come, kind triendi,, and vet a few.
Nu. lil, CiMuer llitmdway aud iron.
Tin work. Whltuey Co.
Stove repairs at Futrelle's.
Floor matting. Y hitney Co,
Curios aud drawn work at Muteou's.
Plumbing and gas Qttlcg. Whitney Co.
All kluds of rheeee at the Ban Johk
M auk it.
Good horse for sale, cheap. Inquire at
p. r. i rotter a.
Hprlug chicken turkeye, geeee aud
ducks at the Ban Jumk UAhktr.
Whitcoiub has Carolina Honiara. Iom
hardy poptnre, while ah aud box elder
large Ueen, ouo up.
It a mu or boy ehould want a bicycle
rap this werk you ean get any etyle for
so oeuu at tne uig oiore.
V hy pay shoe store prlcee? Attend
special Mle on shoe aud aave from 6m
reiiU to 2 a pair, at tioldeu Kule Itry
Ws are the originators of the "Unique
Sideboard." Nothing but the fluent good
uiouey ran procure are kept on tap at
Mvliut & Kitkin s, wholeeale and retail
Bauta Fe Paciuc employes ean get their
aecideut poliHee wntteu In the PaclUe
Mutual at W. V. Metcalf's Insurance
ageucy iu me t.romwell tlot k. raymaa
MM a wuri. tnkeu.
...ii.l .. ....
Atiunirj n i aiHiieriiroUKhl wltli him
iroui Oliver city a uiugiullcut .New
iounaiaim ao?. which will be a vraf
addition to the eauius population of this
THB CITT lit BRIEF.
fersonsl and Geieral rsrsgrsphs Picked
Dp Rers sad There.
Goose breast and goose hams at the
BAN JOB! UABKKT.
Simon Blbo, ot Laguna, and Joseph
Blbo, ot Bernalillo, are In the city to-day,
Oo to Orchestrion hall to-morrow even
Ing and enjoy ths free concert and dau
C. C. Hall and wife cams In from ths
weet lait night having visited a number
of towns in Anions aud southern tan
Zamloch Is ths greatest sleight-of-hand
performr In the world to-day, and he
ahould be greeted by a crowded house this
A regular meetlngof Adah Chanter. No.
8, O. K. B, will be held this (Friday)
evening in Masonic Temple at 7:30
o'clock. By order ot worthy matron
Nellie U. Butler,, secretary.
The social held by ths Voting Peonies'
society at the borne ot Dr. W. O. Hope
laei nigni was a very pleasant anair.
musical and literary program was ren
dered and delicious refreehments were
served, greatly to the enjoyment ot every
one id attendance.
V. 8. Mlera, the well-known cattle and
aheep buyer of the Cuba neighborhood
drove in to ins city late veeterdav after
noon, and on meeting Tut Citi.rn reo-
reeentatlve, eta ted that the alorkothla
section of Bernalillo county cannot be
excelled as lo condition.
A switch engine collided with a bsg
gage truck, which stood eloee to ths edge
ot the depot platform, laet night 1 he
engine caught the truck and threw It
under the wheels, where It was torn Into
splinters. Ths engine also austalued
some small Injuries In the encounter.
Col. Wlllard Merrill and wife, of Mil
watikee, Yi U friends ot Kev. Allen aud
Prof. Bryan, earns In from the north last
night and registered at Btnrgea' Kuro-
pean. i ne eoionei is the vice president
ot me nortnwesiern Lire insurance com
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.
1IEKE AUG A FEW "STRAWS."
25 doz. Men's 50c Caps 2.1c
20 doz. Boys' 50c Caps 25c
10 doz. Cloth Hats 25c
50c Neckwear for 25c
Boys' Wash Pants fiOc
Wilson Bros. $1.35 Shirts DOc
A. J. M ALO Y,
Staple and Fancy Groceries!
RONS TO IQTJAL. THK FAMOUS.
118 llailroad Ave., Albuquerque, N. M.
; 0. BAciiEnn.
Special for Tliis "Week.
20 dozen New Style Soft and SUIT Hats Worth 'i 50, $3.00,
$3.50 and 8 i.OO, at
oaoaaaBBOBEOCBRGBcnBSB Joanna aoaaaoorj
Wholesale Dealer lo
The Railroad Avenue Clothier.
General Agents for W. J. Lemp'g St. Louis Beer.
ELEGANT RETAIL DEPARTMENT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
pany. of which W. P. lletcalf is ths lo?al,
aireut. This niornliii they were driven
over the city, behind two ot Trimble'
Mack horsee. In company with Prof.
Hryan. They will leave this evening tor
J. H. Galnelev. of K. L. Washbnrn A
Co's., took a lot ot sampled and left last
night tor Bland, the thriving eapitaltown
ot the Coehltl mining district.
W. K. Itarner. eeneral asent of ths
Mutnal Mfe Inenranee company, has re
turned to ths eity from a business trip
William Lyls was a passenger for tne
north laet night. He represents the
Aetna ire, Life ana Marine insurance
Kree concert to-morrow evening at
Orehestrlon hall. The eoneerl will ite
followed by dancing. Do not rail to sv
tend. ' '
J. R. Bawtells has returned to Chicago,
after remaining here tne past tew
Mrs. Alice Long, of Portland, Ore., Is
hers on a visit to her nephew, C. B.
Rnnne. the drnsitst. received 600 fresh
vaccine points by the limited this niorn
... . .
! on. Hoi. I.una. or 1.0s i.nnas, is at
Santa Ke, passing up the road last night.
Ubeters and fresh Qeh. Bn Johk Mar
mtvruai'i bi'kciai. balk
at tub hist ma7.k.
SO ponnits potatoee. 25 rents.
2 dozen freeh ranch eggs, 85 cents.
I quart saner kraut. 10 cents.
II eana bent white cherries. 211 Cents.
1 t-allon New Orleans molasses, 4B
2 cans salmon. 15 cents.
larireet slz salt mackerel. 10 cents.
II pounds native dried peaches, 25 cents.
li pounils native onea apples zo cenm.
rreeb HWIes cbeeee at I eenta pouna
Wu. Kikkk, Proprietor.
Whitcomb Springs and Health Resort,
Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M.
Open All tlie Yeav.
Good accomodations at reasonable rates. The f olio win tr it the
analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort:
bodium chloride, grains per gallon , .1927
Calcium sulphate, grains per gallon , 1.4360
Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1896
Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5108
Total 1 1. 337 1
Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Albuaueraue
for the springs every Wednesday and Saturday morning.
FAXCXS 81 EACH
Order slate at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Conner
avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
H. G. WHITCOMB. Proprietor.
Ii your Fire Imurannc placid In Compnl that have eomplitd with the Territorial Law
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 arc to Petition to give you proper protection.
f "bj ""P Acctp Polkiea from Companiea that have not Complied with the
A- w Xe J. Law, u they have no Right to latue them.
BERNARD A. SLEYSTKR,
AGENT FOR THE ABOVE COMPANIES.
Outside Ordera Promptly Attended to.
Price Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
BAGHEGHI & ClOUll,
f 107 & 109 South First Street, Albnqnerqne, N. H.
Stationery, School Books,
C1IER1S AID PH0T0GR1PH1C SUPPLIES.
We Carry a Complete Line of Legal Blanks, Blank Books, Cigars,
and Tobacco, Magazines, Periodical and Newspapers.
O. A.. MATSON & Co.
SOft WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
Our 98 catalogne,
with elegant col
ored plate every
thins new and de
sirable in nlantM.
,bullM, &e. &c. now
V rite for a copy,
Ws not only have lunch every Saturday
night, bnt every day and nlijlit In the
year, at llellnl St Kakln's, wholesale and
retail liquor dealers, No. Ill south First
Attend ths sale ot ladles' wrappers at
I if eld's this week.
Buy or SelL
boo aoijD a.-rxi.
Tar Spring- Suit Try SB. B. Booth.
Ws have the goods, not the samples.
Ton may try on lief ore garment are fln
lebed. 1 live here and employ home la
bor. It goods are not satlefactory some
one in the east Is not to blame, nor have
we left town. No. IU South Second el.
New lot ot ladles' Jewel and gold belts
at the Big Store.
THE BUSY MAZE
Black kid cambric, per yd 4C
Apron check ginghams, per yd. 5c
Indigo blue calico, per yd $c
Silver gray prints, per yd 5c
Solid black calico, per yd..
33-in. Dutch blue calico, per yd
Large figure curtain calico, per yd SHC
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 lic
27-10. choice American ginghams, in latest
broken plaids ,'. . 13 yards, $1.00
The finest flour in the market $1.45
10 lbs. Cottolene 95c
California table fruit, 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 Houten's cocoa, per lb 72c
Coxe's gelatine, per package 74c
3 cans tomatoes 25c
2 packages oat flukes 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.
Hon. K. W. Clancy la at Ijm Vegas on
Important legal matters.
M. Pirard came to the city laet night
and registered at the Highland from
M Itchell, N. at.
Hon. J. M. Sandoval, the nouular ex.
county ooinmtselouer from Los Corrales,
Is here attending dtH(rict court
Hon. W. E. Martin, the coal oil In
spector, came np from Socorro last night
aud Is spending to-day In this city.
Captain Kilmer, right-of-way agent for
the Santa Ke, went north laet ulght
from San Rita, out from Silver City.
B. B Spencer, a ranchman and stork
raieer aud buyer from Kaet V iew, Is here
to-day on buelnesa lu the dletrlct court.
William Merry, a ruaohlnlut In the em
ploy ot the Santa Fe Pantile, registered
at the Highlaud from Han Bernardino,
Cal, last night.
I T Van mnA nlfo Main T
. " f n " " . " . ii ij i'l w .
W. tireen, popular folks of Gallup, are at
8turgee' Kuropean, coining In from the
west last nignt.
Mrs. Alice Ball, wife of Joseph Ball,
left laet night tor St. Louis, where she
was called by a telegram announcing the
serious Ulnees of her father.
Henry C. Moneley, a ranchman of ths
East View neighborhood, Valencia coun
ty. Is lu the elty, having proved up a
bomeetead entry before the probate clerk
ot that county.
Captain William Doran, a prominent
citizen ot Philadelphia, Is at the Grand
Central, and while reeling up lu the
metropolis Mine lloet Owens will show
the gentleman oourteelea.
M. (1. Samanlego, a promlueut Spanieh
gentleman of Tucson, A. T, aud a rela
tive of Mrs. Butts, one of the Donnlar
school teachers of this city, arrived here
last nigut ami nan a room at tne uraud
Percy Hagerman, ths son of J. J.
Hageriuan, president of the Peco Valley
railroad, ana A. t.tamptiell, the attor
ney for the earns road, paseed through
the city laet night on their way to Colo,
Dr. Howe, of Pulnth, Minn., represent
Ing aiinueaiita capitalists, arrived from
the north last night aud went down to
La Crucea this morning, accompanied
oy w. 1. tllver. Dr. Howe has nude ev
eral previous trips to this city aud terrl
Frank Van imyns and wife, and
daughter, Miss Nolle Van Huyne, ot
Kail, Colo., have rooms at the Grand
Central. I her are health HkHra. hh
peclally Mrs. Van Duyue, and were ad-
vieen to come nere, as "It Is the best
climate on eartn.
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; usa 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 iirincinto. 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 upon 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. .8 1. SO
LOT '4 Black, tan, oxblood
and green low shoes selling up to
$2.90, will go at 8J OO
LOT 3 Black, tan and ox
blood low shoes, our finest grade,
selling up to $4, sale price. 83. CO
LOT 1 All our black, tan
and oxblood button and lace shoes,
selling up to $2.90, at only . $3.00
LOT 'i All odd lines, selling
up to $4.50, regardless of cost,
will go in this lot at only. .$2.50
LOT 3 All our finest grade,
selling up to $5 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 '4 Sizes 8tf to 10 yi,
our entire stock in black, tan and
oxblood shoes selling up to
$1.75, only $1.5
LOT 3 Sizes 11 to 2, our
entire stock of black, tan and ok-,
blood shoes, selling up to
$2,25, only $1.50