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THE DAILY CITIZEN
APRIL 7. 18V8
By Instruction from Chase &
Sunburn we lire authorized to sell
Java and Mocha Coffee at the
following prices :
45-ceot coffee at, , .40 cents.
40-cent coffee at. . .35 cents.
3 Jent coffee at ... 30 cenU.
30-cent coffee at ... 25 cents.
13-cent coffee at ... Jo cents.
111 I. BHro4 li., ilbQqasrQQS, 1. 1.
MONEY TO LOAN
On pianos, flnrl-cla fnrnltnrs, etc,
without removal. Also on diamonds,
watoben, )ewlry, life Insurance poll
ele. Trout Ootids or any (rood secur
ity. Terms verj moderate.
809 Booth Reeond street, Albnqner
e,oe. New Mexico, noil door to Weal
on Union Telegraph office.
B. A. SLEYSTER,
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
BOO IO 11 A 14 CKOMvVKU, BLOCK
mm & mm
207 Railroad Ave-
W. T. ARMtJO BtTILDINfl.
CALL AT THE
J. A. SKIM EE,
Law Prices tad Cotarteou Tr.att.Mnt.
E. II. IIUUBAR,
Uooaes Rented. Ina Oollacud.
bla, SSS Qala AraCr Third Strat.
For 10 cents dim.
Have, your shirt Uundrled
And doom oa Uiu.
At tbs lbaBcrM Steam Laaadry,
JAT A. HUBBS, Proprietor,
ALBDQDERQDE SHOE STORE,
HOW RA.ILKOAD AVENUE.
LiDlES'IES'SilD CH1LDEEI SHOES
, To tha saUi-'etlon of patrons. Repair
ing nily performed. Work guaranteed.
Freeh Fifth, Ovsters, Lobsters,
Crabs, Bbrlmps, eta. Baltimore
' Oysters, fresh every dar In bulk
aud cans. Headquarters (or
Dressed Foulu-v. Mall Orders
receive prompt attention.
304 aa4 301 Soutk Sccoad Street.
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
214 8, 8econd St
Wholsiais and Ratall.
Mall Ordara Sollcitad.
J. IL O'MELLY & CO.,
AXBUQUERQ.CS, NKW MEXICO
HIUBLmo-LT4r Bads bsliy
iatunuil. Sis Sajaata BVswas.
Tin work. Whitney Co.
btove repairs at Futreils's.
Floor matting. Whitney Co,
Curios and drawn work at Mataon's.
Black goods sale this week at Ilfeld's.
Bleyclsa on lnstallmsnta. Hahn A Co.
Plumbing and gas Ottlcg. Whitney Co.
Klondike 8 day strike clocks, only $S at
Special hosiery sals at The Eoouomlst
Special sals on cotton goods at Ooldsn
ttuls Dry uooas U.
Bee the new styls suits and spring
wraps lor lemea at iiieia a.
Sailor hats, tha first of ths season, aud
beauties, too, at lbs Big Blurs.
Fresh, purs Persian insect powder at
Hnpps s Prescription Pharmacy.
Nice lodging rooma, 18 oente per night,
at No. Ill First street Mrs. P. Pareutl,
Big sale now on at Golden Rnls Dry
Good Co. Muslins, sheetlug, ginghams
sua ovvioa guoas w ail aiuus.
OfDoe rooms for rent in ths new Am
broslo Armljo building, opposite ths op
era nous, appiy w wuuu uorrauatia,
Everybody Invited to call and partake
01 wo gooa luiogs 10 se served at the
opening ut "The Metropols'' on Saturday
It la Impossible to make a mistake In
your spring buying. If yon select from
tha great Ulr priced stock vf Ths Kouuo-
llera Is a lesson that be who runs
may read; tha man on the Columbia la
alwaya In the lead. ' f 76 aud 1 126. liabn
Lost A boras pony, buckskin color,
black main aud black tall, white face.
Under return to Btarkel & Bchaaf, IV9
ei naiuoaa avenue.
To-morrow will be obssrved as a day of
Mayar by ths local W. C. T. U, at the
BTeuua Meiuooist cnurcn, begin-
I ilng at V40 a. m, with the following sub
set "Around ths Cruse." Front 10M to
l), "BK tacrine," led by Mra J.
W. Harding. Noou boor, men meeting,
led by Mis- EJwardsi subject "Courage?1
turn specially luvited to drop la for a
short time on Ihelr way to or from their
work. At I p. m . "Heisrhta of Power,"
W by Mm. M. J. Borden. At I p. m.,
Onseerated Leadership," led by Mrs. L.
A. Colling. It le hoped the people of the
rltywllloe Interested In this effort suf
flclently to Join In any or all of these
Rt. Waehlnrton Choate, of New Tork,
secretary of the Congregational Home
Missionary society, armed from the
ennth last evening snd Is stopping at the
Knropean. Rer. Choats la on a tonr of
Inspection of the Congregational mle
Ion thronchnut this country, and will
alo attend tha fourth annnal meeting
of the Arltona Congregational aseoela
tlnn to be held In Teoipe. Artsona. April
15, ifl and 17: also the New Meileo Con
gregational association to be held In this
city neit month. Hr. K. H. Ashmnn,
superintendent of the Cong relational
mission for Arliona snd New Meileo, In
company with Rer. Choate, visited the
mission school of Harelaa and Atrleeo
Iepnty Sheriff Newcomer left last
night for Santa Fe, with Pedro Ollvaa,
sentenced to the penitentiary for one
year. The depnty sheriff will retnrn
this evening, snd on the No. S to-night
he will double back to Ban la Fs with
Tomas Ootlerrel, who was sentenced to
the penitentiary for three years for bur
glary. Ladles wearing nn tuber IU, I and 8.4
shoe, ran seenrs som great bargains at
A. Simpler' elneing ont sa'.e, as ha has
an nnnsually large stock of these num
ber In shoe which mnt be dlnpoaed of
st any sacrifice.
8. U. A'henfelter, who recently returned
to southern New Mexico, after claiming
Colorado Spring. Colo, hi boms (or
several year, passed np the road for Colo
rado last night
Pablo Vlirll. the one-veer-old son of
Kslarlo Vigil, of Rareias, died at 1:30
ocioci im arternoon. ine funeral
will be held to-morrow at the family reel
German Lnthern Krengallst (St.
Paul's) Chnrch-Uood Frldav, Lent ser
vices at 10:30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. All
welome. Rev. T. A. Ben drat, pastor.
Hon. Klfego Bacn, mayor of Socorro,
was a pameuger for Santa Fs Iset night.
He goes there to confer with Governor
Otero on soma Important matters.
Sol. Welller, ths Los Lunaa general
merchant, earns In from the south last
night and Is around among ths wholesale
merchants to-day, buying good.
A well pleased customer Is tha beet ad
vertisement. Ak a Columbia or Hart
ford rider if ha I satisfied with hi
mount $ np. Hahn A Co.
"Ths Metropole," one of tba prettiest
resorta In tba city, will aerva a grand
tree lunch on ths coming Saturday
night and everybody Invited.
rbe latent In shirt waist sets are tha
Rob Ky plaid seta and ths anllaue lew-
eled sets to match jeweled belt. Rosen-
Professor Herrlck, of tha New Mexico
university, wss a passenger for Socorro
Uils morning, where bs will remain sev
Wanted For ths summer three or fonr
well furnished rooms or well furnished
cottage. Address "J," cars TBI Cities
Passengers from ths north last night
Ute that ths democratic ticket carried
Kat Las Vegas by small majorities.
The only trues to wear: "TBI AMIRI
can Biltib Trcsr," at Kuppe's Prescrip
"Tba Metrooole" will give a grand
opening on Saturday night Everybody
Klondike sewing machines, guaranteed
9 years, only lltl.79 at Fntrellea,
Colombia and Hartford blcyetea at all
prices from 4 np. Hahn & Co.
Latest novelties In pompadour and side
combs. Rosenwaid Brothers,
Special aala of black dress goods at
Ths board of aldermen will meet this
Picture frames. Whitney Co.
Fins stationary at Mataon's.
Calvin Whiting, Insurance.
JOB) THORP lOBMTiriBD.
AsOaearth Blea AtSMiUag im BUU Vp
foka Staltb atoaad Unt.
John Smith, lbs vonng man who was
held up early Wednesday morning on tba
sidewalk In front of tha stairway leading
op to Mrs. mantra rooming bone on
First street, failed to Identify two of tba
men under arrest on suspicion, bnt
positively identified ths ona armed man.
John Thorn, as ona of tha trio holding
him np. The two, who were not Identi
fied, were released and Thorp bad bis
preliminary bearing before Justice Craw-
tora inis morning.
Smith testified that aa he waa return
ing to bla room early yesterday morning,
inree men came irom me stairway
leading to the Parent! rooming house
and seised him. lis waa aurs that Thorn
waa one of ths trio for he bsd seen him
before with a friend of hla and could not
be mistaken aa to bla Identity.
1 born bad nothing: to offer, and waa
Douna over 10 ine neit grand jury and
hla bond died at
Jose Chaves, arrested for fighting yea.
terday afternoon, waa fined 5 by ths
The Store That Undersells.
WM. KIEKE, Proprietor.
Id idvertiaiog, like everywhere else, create a certain
Either verify and strengthen them or grind them to dust.
Like those of all other merchants, are to create the best
possible impression with our words our advertisements.
Our highest aim is, has always been and will always be, to
make the impression we have created a lasting and a
growing one by our actions, our prices and our goods,
uu vy aiwajra usviug uic
right qualities. If we say
in all lines, than have ever
u may impress some mat we are selling pretty cheap.
This is an impression we can hi ighten for you, by show
ing you our goods and quoting again our prices. It may
impress some (those who have never traded with ua) that
thia is merely "talk" an impression wliich we can destroy
in a minute, if you give
are doing. Here are a
Indigo Bins Print Wrappers
Peres Is Wrapper, In light
braid, each OO. 1.40,
mack bateen n rapper, with
Tn Anrfl a nan tit lata. hlaBihaf1
10e. 15e, SOe and 95c
norm uweu per rem more.
From $1.00 npward. In all
colors, in tue new oayaaere enecie ana riaius.
Tinware Wooden wart. Pumps.
Plumbers' Supplies, Cutlery, Laxnpa.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
Donahoe Hardware Co,
Railroad Ave. and Third St,
THE CTTT HI BRIEF.
rcnoaal aad Ccacral Faragrapas Picked
Op Hers ssd There.
Tha civil docket will bs called on Sat
Elisa Kellogg entertained ths members
of the Namsleea dob at her noma last
Geo. It. CnndlfTs reHldenee bss been
connected with ths Mutual Automatic
Telephone company. No. 421. -
L. Traner, the sheep buyer, did not get
away for California last night aa be ex
pected. Ths trip baa been deferred for a
Cards are ont for the wedding of Miss
Anna Maria Qulntana and Mr. Bldal A.
Caudelarla at Park View, Rio Arriba
county, on April Incoming.
A new suit of clothes was stolen from
H. Scott Knight on tha nlgbt of ths elec
tion, and was found this morning under
tbeO. W. Strong building la a somewhat
Captain Kldred. ths night yardmaeter
at the local depot has resigned, aud
woln naa been appointed to Oil the va
eauey. Eldred cams hers from off the
Great Northern railway, and was well
Uked among tba trainmen.
In answer to Lam Hull and ths Optic,
"Ounnyaack" Riley state that ha shipped
ths first carload of burro to tbs Alaskan
told fields from New Mexico. Hull A
labey and the Optic are trying to make
some people believe that "Guonysack" la
not entitled to tha aforesaid honor.
Tba engagement of Miss Vlctorlsns
Santlstevan. the accomplished youngest
daughter of Hon. Juan Hantlstevan, to
Bornabs Oonseiea, a worthy young man
of Taos county, son of Joes ds la Lus
uonaalea, a prominent eltlsen of that
county, is announced. The wedding will
take place soms time In say.
Ths directors of tbs low llns ditch,
with the president A. A. Grant, returned
fro n their trip to Algodonee and Berna
lillo last night They went over the
surrey between those two points, and
Mixed House Paints, per gallon $1.40
Floor Paint, per gallon 1 . 40
Mrs. Potts' Sad Irons, per set 1 .00
Flower Pots, all sizes 6c to .35
Wagon Covers a. 00 and 2 . 50
Step Ladders 65c to 1.40
Handsome Glass Lamps 70
Croquet Seta 3,35
Ingrain Carpet, per yard 45
Linoleum, per aquare yard 45
Lawn Rakes 35
Garden Hose 25
50-Foot Rubber Hose 4.50
iromuun jl ilgni prices ana
we are giving better values now
been offered before in the city,
us a chance to show you what we
few itema which must be seen to
dark and medium colors, trimmed with
$1.15 and tl 00
small floral deslgu, trimmed with Baby
atnri nnhlsaakhaw1 sat ftsM eia 9Ra
aaeh and' throo fo'r'i'l.OO.
ths new stvles In black and popular
found that Engineer Harronn had ac
complished hi work in good order, lilrt
Is expected to bs flying on the ditch tn a
very short time.
The Jewish Pesacb or passover com
menced at sundown laet night and will
continue all day to day and to-morrow of
this week, aa well aa Wednesday and
Thursday of nsxt week. With the ex
ception of Sofrs Alexsnder all the He
brew of the city will keen their olaee
of business open, a this is permitted by
tue teuauie 01 iiDerai duuaiem.
Mrs. H. L. Miles and daughter, who
were at Camp Wbitcomb on a visit to the
mother of Mrs. Mtlee, bavs returned to
the city, and are now the gneeta of Mrs.
W. Y. Walton. 1 hey expect to leave tbla
evening for Wichita, Kao, where they
will reside In the future.
Hon. Nelll B. Field, who la employed In
ths ease of McNew and Carr, arrested aud
charged with the murder of Col. Foun
tain and aim, left for Las Crueee this
morning. The preliminary hearing of
tha two sntpected murderers Is In pro
grees to-day at Las Cruoes.
Hon. T. B. Catron and H. C. Klnsell,
sheriff of bant Fa county, cams In
from ths territorial capital last night
took In the Kdua Paige show at ths
opera house, and left tbla morning fur
Las Cruces on very Important matters.
J. it. Allen, tha Magdaleua hotel keeper
who waa here yesterday after a hotel
skipper who failed to pay his bill, re
turned to Magdalena this morning, per
fectly satisfied with the settlement made.
Remember "The Metropnle" will be a
lively resort on the coming Saturday
evening. A grand free lunch an open
ing affair will bs served.
Mrs. R. R. Putney, tbs wife of ths pop-
1 1 1 . ... . . . .
mar irrxnieui 01 ine Dnara or eaucstion,
has about recovered from a severs at
tack of ths grip.
This sventng, a free concert and dance
will be given at Orchestrion hall, old
town, and everybody is Invited.
L. R. Strauss, representing A. Btaab of
nauia re, ib in ine city.
Hats. Hats. Hats.
We have just opened up our
For thia Season, both Soft and Stiff.
They are the same old Price, $k00 and
15.00, but they are Finer and
Retter than Ever.
See OurJ&00 Hats.
See OurJUO Hats.
See Our 25c. Caps.
They Are World-Beater3.
The R. R. Avenue Clothier.
Stationery, School Books,
C1IEB13 AID PH0T0UB1PHIC SUPPLIES.
We Carry a Complete Line of. Legal Blanks, Blank. Books. Ciaars
I T 1 A -... .... O
ana iodbcco, magazines, renodican and Newspapers.
O.A.MATSON & Co.
Ofi WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
FLOOR IS GOING TO RISE
tn price soon, as wheat is in demand
by all Europe from us. "Bread is the
staff of life," and you must have It, so
secure your flour now while prices arc
low. Our special brand of '"Hiph
Patent" famllv fW 1
making fine whits bread, pastry, cakes,
D; WEILLER & GO.
128 COLD AVENUE.
Wait I Waltt Walt I
. I bars Jost received word that my or
der for 1,000 ladles' low-cot shoes, or
dered last winter for ths spring trade,
cannot be countermanded as many of the
shoes have already been made. I will
offer soms rare bargains In this llns of
shoes ss soon ss they arrlvs, which will
be within ten days or two weeks. The
stock will contain all sites and It will
pay intending purchasers to wait nntll
they arrlvs. A. Bmriia.
Read Gulden Rule I)rv Oiwls On. aitvar.
tlement. Rpeotal Bale on muslin and all
kind of cotton goods.
L. Peaks and wife, of Troy, Penn, are
a. uie uoiei ttigmana.
Leonard Skinner, the saw mlllor at Chi
1111, la hers to-day, buying supplies.
Charles II. Fisher, a well-known Santa
Fe railway official, la at tha Hotel High
land. L. Nathan, of Kansas City, and James
S. Orlggs, of Garden City, are at Sturgee'
Mrs. Jnasle E Stone, of Denver, came
In from the north last night, and has a
room at Btorges European.
lira. Merrill, wife of the assistant war
den of the penitentiary at Sauta Ke, 1 In
the city vlsltlog with friends.
Division Superintendent Hlbhard, of
ths Santa Fs Farluc cama In from Gal
lup yesterday afternoon, and returned
west thia morning.
James Derlne, tbs well-known band
leader, baa returned to the city from
fboenii, Arliona, and will hereafter be
funnd at ths bead of tba First Roglment
J. J. Lesson, who Is to be ths dlrsctor
of ths New aleilco eihlblt at ths Omaha
eiposltlon, went to bland last night to
make arrangements tor a mineral eihlblt
Harry Reed, of La Porte, Ind , who has
been holding down a chair at the Oak
barber shop the past sis weks, left this
morning tor Kl Paso, wbers bs eipecte to
ecors a situation.
H. K. Van Noordan, deputy supreme
president of the Fraternal tnlon of
America, left last nltit for Saula Fe,
after spendlug five weeks In this city, and
doing come good work here fur ths fra
Two well-known eltliens of Ijkanna
Capt. Solomon B. bo aud Col. Waller G.
Harmon are in ins city to day, and ars
talking war. They have not donned their
Qghtlug uniforms or put on war paint,
but both gentlemen are patriotic aud
are auilous to move on ths enemy.
J. K. Hurley, division superintendent
of the Rauta Ke railroad, was here fur a
short time last nlgbt. It is understood
that he leit for the sootb Ibis morning,
snd will stop at Ban Autoulo, where the
Inrestleatlon luto lbs recent cattle train
wreck I etui being pushed by special
sgeuts of the railway company.
W. B. Mnseev.of Rutland, Vermont, an
uncle of Couduotor Frost, rearhed the
city from a tour of the Pacific coat! Mon
day night, and Is seeing the slbut of Al
buquerque under the guidance of Con
ductor Frost snd wife. air. Miissey is a
banker of Kutlaud, and will leava to
night for Denver. The aentleman Is
making a pleasure tour of the southern
and wsstera stoles and territories.
SA . nsF markft
Prtttf Kasisr Card.,
From So to 25e
Kgs; dye 4a
2 doxxn Kansas Rggs 250
1 UK MAtt.
Ths real estate. Insurance and iranarsl
commission baslness heretofore conduct-
eu oy w. r. Mettwir, will bs hereafter
carried on by w. P. Metcair aud Loo R
Htrausa, under the arm name of lletcalf
A Strauss. W. p. Mktcalf.
I-OD R. 8TBACSS.
umoes, tromweii blin k.
Special - 4
Our Prices Are Unraatehable.
Wo will Bell you Cotton Goods 10 per cent less than any other
store in the city. If interested kindly read on.
NOTE THE PRICES.
MATCH THEM IF
aoo pieces shirting prints , 3o
50 pieces new spring style prints 4c
joo pieces Indigo and Turkey red prints. , . 4c
too pieces apron ginghams 30
150 pieces 36-inch Percales, we have no
narrow or 30-inch Percales 7c
150 pieces English Percales, the best made. 9c
Joo pieces Sateen go
3S pieces cotton cheviots 4g0
36-inch double fold cheviot, former price
IS to 30c Ho
Special on all Towels, Napkins
A. J. MALOY,
Staple and Fancy Groceries!
HOKE TO EQUAL,
118 Railroad Ave.,
0., BACH Ef HI. istablihd tsss.
I General Agents for W.
ELEGANT RETAIL DEPARTMENT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Outalda Ordara Promptly Attand.d to.
Prices Raaaonabl. and Satlafactlon Guarantsad.
BAGHEGHI & GI01VII,
107 & 109 SoatH First Street, - - Albnqaerqne, N. M.
E. J. POST & CO.,
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
Do out confound PtlmlMrr with Fortune Tailing. Palailatrr la a neleara.
Madam Adrlald has dsvotsd ysars lo tfli. nudy In Hie school ot
TM w.f""-',w SiaTICBT PILaiST. Shere1, 'iKVtKrri.'
from the Inn in your hand., ol the part and future. Whit you are be adaisr.l
.i' -hi1.? iitST ""lucky. Marrua., dlrui. e. I.appiue.. aud will wain you
u wnaMvcr uiay naud lu yuui way ia Ui. future.
FEE: 60 CenU for Ladies and 75 Cents lor Gentlemen.
Reading, given at SJO OfTR BSOISW4V, da.ly. from 10 to is a. m. and t toS
p. in. tot a 1.1am I lea Um. only. Coras early and avoid the ru.h.
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
150 pieces new style gingham, zephyr cloth,
Madras cloth, newest styles
Lonsdale muslin, 36 inches wide
Fruit of Loom muslin, 36 inches wide
Good 36-inch muslin, bleached
Good 36-inch unbleached muslin
Good ready-made sheets, 2xa'i yards
Albuquerque, N. M.
Cigars, Tobaccos S
J. Lcmp's St. Loots Beer.
Good bleached sheeting, i yards wide. ,1
Better sheeting than Pepperell, a yards
Good pillow cases, size 36x45, nt
and Table Linen.