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THE DAILY CITIZEN
ALRl'QCKKQUK, APRIL S. 1
By instructions from Chase &
San burn we are authorized to aell
Java and Mocha Coffee 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.
35-cent coffee at... 20 cents.
114 1. Railroad if., Albnqnsrqne.I. I.
MONEY TO LOAN
On pianos, flrsl-claa furniture, etc
witiKMii remotei. Aisooo diamond,
watohm, jewelry, lire Insurance poll
el. Triut deed or any good secur
ity. Term very moderate,
too South Second street, Alboqner
que, New Meiloo, nit door to VVeet
vtd Cnlou Telegraph office.
tf. A. SLEYSTER,
Automatic Telephone No, 174.
BOOMS IS A U CKO.WWKLL BLOCK
207 Railroad Ave..
N. T. A K Ml JO BUILMX9.
CALL AT THB
. Low Prices end Courteous Tflt.unl.
E. H. 1IIMBAR,
House Rentrd. Unite Collected.
oaue, ate Ooll A., Ver Third Street,
Tin 10 cent dime.
Hire yout (bin lauudrled
Aud bvnfi on time.
At las Albsqaers. Steam Laundry,
Ceraer Vaatl ft. mm4 Saoa .
JAT A. HUBBS, Proprietor,
ALBUQUERQUE SHOE STORE,
110 RA1LKOAD avenvb.
X. 3tA.XUBlIJTI. Prop.
LADIES' IBS'. 1XD CHILDEEI SHOES
To the satisfaction of patrons. Repair
lot neatly performed. Work guaranteed.
AJbQQuerqoft Fisti Market..
Freed Fish, Oysters, Lobsters,
Crabs, btirtuipe, etc Baltimore
Oyster, treeu ever; day In bulk
aud can. Headquarters for
Uetteed Poultry. Mall Orders
receive prumpt attention.
204 and 20S Soutb Second Street.
Of u Ut and
dba Lie m
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
314 8. 8ceond St
Wholaaala and Ratal!.
Mall Ordara Solicited.
J. II. O'HIELLY & CO.,
Al.BCQCKKQCK, NEW MEXICO
aioHLAsu-umr iteae Uaiat
aiHti Ftae aaanpla Kooi,
Tin work. Whitney Co.
Btovs repairs at Fulrells's.
Floor matting. Whitney Co,
Curios and drawn work at Mateon's.
Black goods sals this week at Iifeld's.
Bicycles on Installment. Haha & Co.
Plumbing and gas Btlicg. Whitney Co,
Klondike 8 day strlks clocks, only 18 at
Special hosiery sals at Ths Koonotnlst
Sour plskles at Ors cent a doien.
Special sals on cotton goods at Golden
ouie vry uooas to.
Be the new style salts and spring
wrap lor lexiiee ai lueia s.
Freeh, purs Persian taeeet powder at
nappe s rreecnption r aarmacy.
Nloe lodging rooms, 18 cent per night,
at No. Ill Flrat street, airs. P. Pareutl,
Big sal now on at Golden Buls Dry
Goods Co. Muslins, hetlug, ginghams
auu 001 voa gooue 01 an ainoa,
Office rooiua for rent In the new Am
broelo Arruljo building. opposite the op
era houss. Apply to Johu llorradalle.
Everybody Invited to call aud partake
of the good thing to be served at the
opening or "rt Melropole" ou Saturday
II Is Impossible to make a mistake In
your spring buying, It yon select from
the great fair priced stock of The Koouo
mist. "Here Is a lesson that he who runs
may read; ths niau on the Columbia te
always In ths lead. 1 76 aud 1126. Uabo
Lost Ahorse pony, bnrkskln color,
black main aud black tall, white face.
Kinder return to btarkel 4 Schaaf, too
Keel Ballroad aveno.
Bemeuiber "Ths Uetropole" will bs a
lively resort ou ths coming Saturday
evening. A grand tres lunch u open
ing alUlr U1 be served.
Ths directors of the Children Boms
held a meeting yesterday afternoon, at
which a nnmber of matter connected
with ths Home was dlsooaeed. The Home
I) now receiving the full territorial ap
propriation of 1124 per month, which Is
helping matters considerably. The di
rector decided to more the Home to
some more desirable place on the High
land a enon as arrangement could be
made. The ladle derided to aire
trawherry festival for the benefit of ths
Home in the near future.
O. a Bayle died st t 30 o'clock this
morning from consumption. He left In
trurtloim with Dr. Phillip, who treated
him, as to whom to notify In fas of his
death. HI parents res ds at Allen. In
dlan territory and have been notified of
ni death. I ndertaker Htrone haa em
balineit ths remains ready for shipment
a eotm mn worn 1 receivea.
Kilward Koenlg, a health seeker who
cam nere rrorn .w York City, died at
Coe's ranch, eoolh ot ths city, at 8 o'clock
this morning. The burly ha been turned
over to I'iKlertaker Montfort, who will
embalm It for ehlpin nt eaat as soon as
word 1 received from relatives.
W. V. rtu anil 1 u l.h f at p.n
h v a us
Minn., have their names ou the Hotel
Highland reglater. They are looklni
over the country with a noeelbls view o
becoming residents of New Mexico and
inveetlna their nrtlus eaeh In this
pleasant climatic territory.
J net think of Itt Rnaat nl tnrka V
v oeei roaei ana an aimis or salads will
DS served al ths arand free lunch nnen
Ing of The Metropol" to-morrow night.
Several ot ths beat carvers and waiter
ot ths elty bavs been engaged to serve
Ladles wearinc number t W. and 8U
elioee, can secure some great bargains at
a. oimpier eioeing out sal, a ns has
so nnuenaiiy iar atock ot these nam
br In shoe which mut bs dlposd of
at any sacriucs.
A well pleased enetomer Is tha beet ad
vertlnement. Ask a Columbia or Hart
ford rider If hs Is Milled with his
mount. f op, Habn A Co.
-Ths Metropols," ons ot ths Drettleet
reaon in tue euv. win servs a rrand
free lunch on ths coming Saturday
night, and everybody Invited.
Wanted Energetic aalesman: school
supplies; country work; two salary and
liberal additional commissions. B, 0.
Kraut & Co Chicago.
Gensral Blair and wife, connected
with ths Fred. Harvey of railway eallna-
houee fame, are expected her from the
saet (his evening.
the lsteet In shirt walt seU are tha
Rob Rny plaid set and the antloae lew-
sled sets to match Jeweled belt. Bosea-
Tbs flneet openlna Innch of ths season
will bs served at "Ths Metrocele"' to
night, aod everybody cordially Invited to
Wanted For ths summer three or four
well furuUhed rooms or well furnlehed
cottage, Address "J," cars TBI ClTUUM.
Nothlna but corn-fed Kanaa beef and
Kanea mutton sold over ths counters of
tbs San Jure aUhket.
Ths only true to wear: Thi Amisi-
as Silvib Tml'88," at Kuppe's Prescrip
Plenty of treeh egir. two doseo for 2fi
cents, at Palmer i. Frank's, on north
"The atetroDola" will give a grand
opening on Saturday night. Everybody
For Bent FornUhed front room. Call
at 41 soutb Broadway. Lady preferred.
A special braud ot Mammoth dills,
fire lor nvs ceots. Ban Joes Mabkit.
Klondike sewing machines, guaranteed
3 years, only IIV.7D at Futrslle.
Columbia and Hartford bicycles at all
price from 836 up. Habn A Co.
Latest novelties In pompadour and slds
combs. Bosenwald Brothers.
Special sals of blaok drees goods at
Ths board of aldermen will meet this
Plcturs frames. Whitney Co.
Fine stationary at Matson's..
Calvin Wbltlog, Insurance.
The Kew Oil loapeeler.
Hon. John 8. Clark, of Kaet Las Vegas,
the newly-appoluted territorial Conloll
Imipector, came In from the north last
night and mads a pi re-ant call at this
oUice this morning. Mr. Clark emphati
cally deuled that theei'Coalolllu'pector,
Hon. W. K. Martin, of Socorro, was re
moved; the gentleman seut lu bl resig
nation to the governor to take effect on
uarcn Z, he boldlng office one year, and
during that time made a good record as a
territorial official. Coal oil dealers ot
this city, In fact, all over the territory,
will nod Mr. Clark a perfect aentleman
and a rattling good official to deal with.
About ten years ago a society known
as 'Tbs Peulteutee," hold sway at sev
eral ot the email river towns abovs this
elty, but they are hardly known now, an
edict being Ueued some years ago, pro-
niuuiug lue aucittm cueiom 01 sell
flagellatlon, and In consequence very
(ew members ot "The Peullentea" are
now In etletence, Thi cuetom was ob
served years ago ou the Friday before
Kaeter. but "The Peoltentc did not
how themselves to-day, in any eveut not
ai ios unegoe, wnere ins society ouoe
had a stroug organisation.
The Store That Undersells.
wsiiaia...a.al - niniiriirjosnnjijnaTljaj1 jq1iijsjiJjiisiiijs.
MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
WM. KIEKE, Proprietor.
In advertising, like everywhere else, create a certain
Either verify and strengthen them or grind them to dnrt.
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 iwpresMoo we have created a lasting and a
growing one by our actiens, our prices and our goods,
and by always having the combination of right prices and
right qualities. If we say we are giving better value! now
lu all lines, than have ever been offered bfore in the city,
it may impress some that we are selling pretty cheap.
This is an impression we can ht ighten for you, by show
ing you our goods and quoting again our prices. It may
impress aome (those who have never traded with tU) that
this is merely "talk," an impression which we can destroy
in a minute, if you give us a chance to show you what we
are doing. litre are a few items which must be seen to
be appreciated : -
Indigo Bins Print Wrappers
Percale Wrappers, In light,
braid, each Si 00. $1 40,
owwa rt.ayiiri, wivu
inennie qosnmies, Dieeoned and anmeacbed, at two for ...25e
10e.15e.S0e and 25c each and thr for $1.00.
nviku aw v ww yvi (VU lAIUI V,
Ladies' Skirts I
From $1.00 upward, la
WtlkTBl Ifl that nBV Uai'Sllar
wmvm ayt aa HVVt m; awav"! W TUrTK, J aSII'S A I lltn.
Tinware. .Woodenwarc, Pumps.
Plumbers' Supplies, Cutlery, Lamps.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
Donahoe Hardware Co.
THB C1TT III BRIEF.
rcrsonsl aad Gcaersi Psrsgrsphs Picked
Cp Hers aad There,
alls M. Hogan and mother will leave
In a few days lor California, where they
wilt spend tbs summer.
Try some of our Gold Band bacon or
ons ot our fancy ham for your Kseter
oreasiaet. ban josb MARKET.
Tboss who will lake Dart in ths UIhs
Abraois minstrels are requested to attend
the rehearsal at the kindergarten, on
south Seoond strrst this evening at 7:U
Ther will be a regular meeting cf
Adah Chapter, No 6, 0. K. 8, this (Fri
day) evening, at 7 30 o'clock. In Masonic
Temple. By order of the worthy matron.
Nellie 11. Butler, Secretary.
C. U. Plumb, of Joplln. Mo- Is at the
Hotel Highland. The visitor found au
es-Mlesourlan In Manager Wright, and
the latter Is trying hard to make the
"Missouri Plumb," all ths way from Jop
lln, enjoy blmself .
Don A. and Fred. Bsnktn started to
drive to Bland yesterday, where tbey will
look over the "blity-Three" mine lying
between the Albemarle and Vlotor miuee,
aud see where it will bs beet to com
mence development work.
Lamar 0 Pattemon. F. C. S an analy
tical and technical chem'st aud amaytr
from blarkvllle, Mies., bus rooms at the
Golden Hole Koomln; house, and Intends
to remain In the city for some time In
the bops of recovering hi health In the
balmy breeses ot New Mexico.
"The Harvest" was the name of a play
rendered by the Kdua Paige eompauy at
the opera house last night, aud the per
formers, especially Chaa. Harrtwin and
Kdua Paige, gave a very good show.
Lent, however, Is preveutiug a large
crowd from atlendlug. "Gentleman In
Bags" to night.
H. W. Loomis earns In from Los An
geles last night and I at Sturge' Euro
pean. Us was a pleasant caller at Tag
Mixed House Paints, per gallon $1.40
Floor Paint, per gallon 1 , 40
Mrs. Potts' Sad Irons, per set 1 .00
Flower Pots, all sizes 6c to .35
Wagon Covers 3.00 and 2 . 50
Step Ladders 65c to 1.40
Handsome Glass Lamps 70
Croquet Seta 2.2$
Ingrain Carpet, per yard 45
Linoleum, per square yard .45
Lawn Rakes 35
Garden Hose 35
50-Foot Rubber Hose 4.50
dark and medium colors, trimmed with
11.S5 and tl 00
amau nurai uenign, irimmea Willi (tarty
ll the new iy In black and popular
affala anrl Ilaal-
and Third St,
ClTlSN omen this morning, snd will
proiiably continue on to Sauls Fe this
eveulng, returning to thi elty on Mon
day neit. Mr. Loom! was ths efficient
deputy United State marshal under Mar
thai Hall, aud while acting In that ca
pacity made mauy friend throughout
Lewis Brook Is thoroughly demon
strating hi ability a a inauageraud
btNik'keeper ot a Hrat-olax meat market,
and the popularity ot tb San Jose is
coming to the rront at a very ate gait.
Iwi calls attention to the many aloe
things to be found at the San Jose
through the columns of Thi Citizen.
Mr. J. II. Ilaynes gave a farewell re
ception lu honor of Miss Gran Crswford
yesterday noon, who left last alght for
Los Angeles, after spending a few weeks
visiting with friends In thU elty, .
T. U. Harris and wife, ot Newark. N.
J, are aumtig the lats arrivals at the
Hotel lllghlaud. They have found genial
friend In the metropolis, and will re
mala here several days.
There will be a good game of baseball
at the fair ground to morrow afternoon
between the Irish Overalls, ot the elty,
and ths Bed Galut, ot the Indian school
The city council last night passed all
the hill which had been approved by the
finance committee and adjourned with
out transacting other business.
Try a Whiltnker ham for your Easter
breakfast. San Joes. Ma&kst.
SATCBDA1"S SPECIAL SAL.
AT TBI BCBI 8T0BE.
Lsrgeet sirs salt mackerel
Two ran best white cherries
Twenty pound best pntatoe.
Two eau beef steak and ouions
Four Cans peas
One gallon New Orleans molasses.. .
Twelve ounce esn Dr. Price's baking
Thro cans condensed milk
Where ran yon do as weiif
ins M AZK,
vtM. iukei, Proprietor.
See OurJMO Hats.
See OurSLM Hats.
See Our 25c. Caps.
They Are World-Beaters.
The R. R. Avenue Clothier.
Stationery, School Books,
ClIERiS 1ID PHOTOtflPaiC SUPPLIES.
We Carry a Complete Line of Legal Blanks, Blank Books, Cigars
and Tobacco, Magazines, Periodicals and Newspapers.
O. M A.TSOIST & Co.
0H WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
"ie-r ''A i
n nun 1 1 nAiun ta
rLuunh buir.u iu
u i . .- j
... ym. haw, m w nca i u in ocmana
by all Europe from us. "Bread is the
Staff of life." and vou mint hmv It. an
secure you? flour now while prices are
low. uur special., brand ot "High
Patent" familv ilivi, la
making fine white bread, pastry, cakes,
biscuits, etc '
D. WEILLER & GO.
122 COLD AVENUE.
Welti Walt I Weill
I bavs lust received word that mv or
der for 1.000 ladles' low-out shoes, or-
aersa Met winter for the spring trade,
cannot be fionntArmatiilaa ........ ,.
shoe have already been made, I will
uurr mime rare Bargains in tms llll of
shoe as soon as tbey arrlv. which will
b within ten dava nr twn mmmkm Tk.
atock will ouutaln all site and It will
pay luicnniojr purcnaaer to wait nntll
they arrlv. A. Simpieb.
Bead Golden Role Dry Goods Co. adver
tisement. Special wis on muslin and all
aiuue ui ooiMin goou
County Assessor Baca, ot Socorro, was
a passenger to ths capital city last
Hon. K. V. Chaves, the Spanish-American
attorney, went to Lincoln last night
to attend to some law matters before the
C. A. Wolfe, the new nlohl mrA m..
ter hers, who cams down from 1a Jnnta
lasi num. is slopping at ths Golden Rule
8. Waldo Ward, a general Insurance
a rent from Naar Ynra- Hma In f.m ..
oath last niRht. aud has bis name on ths
uiauu itsuii i reaisier,
C. It. Wolfe, representing ths Rocky
Montitaln Neva IIahv.. I In th. ... .
and ha his nam on the Hturges Euro-
"eau irgiaier. xi u en rout eoutn.
Rev. T. A. Hohhard tha nuldln.
elder of the A. M. K. church for New Mex
ico ana ariioua, will leave this eveulns;
for Phoeulz. Ha haa heart hura t h. nnul
Hon. Kltego Baca, who will soon relln-
Inlah hi tlffintt ad m..n. , uu,r.
returned to ths elty from Santa Fs laat
ulgbt aud coutinned on soutb to tbs Gem
city this morning.
Ed. Dillon, ths Junior member ot ths
firm of Uartin St Co general merchants
of Vthltluui, Arlsona, left for Kaunas
City last night, after remalntug in the
moiu lUBiropoue ror several aays.
Tbeo. aiueusterman snd wife, ot Belen,
were DaasensHra la llm nil. U.i nih
aud are domiciled at Btorge' European.
They hav relative here, Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Berger. who are making their stay
u .us tuo.iuiu!M at pieaaaui oue.
Meedamea Donthlrt anil W.nl Ul.
CUseold, Hard, Porter and Ward'ln. and
aienara. lAiuwurt, ioci ana HronK spent
yesterday at Camp Yt hltcorub. Tha partv,
with the eacepilon of Mr. Ward and
Mies Porter, who returned to thi cltv,
are at Hau Autoulo to day witnessing the
Good Friday exercise.
Pedro Montano. of tha Hnlhrnr.k anil
St. John neighborhoods, Arlsuna, is at
Hturget' Kuropean. Mr. Montauo for year
roslded lu this county, where be has a
largs eirols ot relative and trleuds, but
tor the past fourteen years has resided In
Arlsona. Hs Is ous of ths largest raisers
of Improved sheep in that territory.
uou. A. n. Bergere, the district eoort
clerk of ths First Judicial district, came
lu fiom the north last night and coutin
ned on to Los Lone thi morulog. H
will leave this afternoon for his sheep
ranch east of Los Luns. where hs will
arrange for tbs lambing of his sheep. He
especU to bs absent from bis official du
ties at Santa Fs for about a week.
the familr man or the ftstlre
bachelor finds the necessity of
pravidins; themselves with a sort
of spring' clothing. They will
find a handsome and stylish stock
of men's and boys' clothing in the
latest and most fashionable cut.
in cheviots and fine woolen mix
turct, in make and finish unsur
passed, at rock bottom prices.
I oiled Hani,
I'e. rf t Farm flansaire,
Kxcelsior Farm Fausne.
Finnan Had llfH,
rpring I nu b,
Yuung ten I,
K. I. Muttcii.
7 1 0r,,r fifty va-
! -itiunni, mii aim uriea nn. A pew
a C1 "'I ft P cklsd giN ds In bulk
SAN JOSE MARKET.
Pretty Easter Card.,
From 2c to 25c
Wat egg je
Kir t iIvhs a .
2 donn Kansas Eggs . .' .' ." , , '. .'soe
Ths real estnte, lnniranoe snd general
commission boslnes heretofore conduct
ed by W. P. Mftcalf, will be hereafter
.arrled on by W. P. Metcalf and Lou K.
Slrauss, under the Brm name of Metcalf
X Straus. w. P. MktcaXF,
... I-o? R- HTBAiaa.
uuioes, t. roraweu piock
Special - J I
Sale. 1 11D II
Our Prices Are Unmatehable.
Wo will sell 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
3oo pieces shirting prints 3c
50 pieces new spring style prints 4c
joo pieces Indigo and Turkey red prints, , , 4c
100 pieces apron ginghams 30
150 pieces 36-iuch Percales, we have no
narrow or 30-inch Percales 7c
150 pieces English Percales, the best made. 9c
JOO pieces Sateen S(T
35 pieces cotton cheviots 40
36-inch double fold cheviot, former price
15 to 30C He
Special on all Towels, Napkins and Table Linen.
A. J. MALOY,
Staple and Fancy Groceries!
HONS TO RQTJAL, THB FAMOUS.
118 Ilailroad Ave., Albuqucrqne, N. M.
0. BA-CIIElTf. ESTABLISHED 1SSB.
General Agents for W. J. Lemp's St. Louis Deer.
ELEGANT ItETAIL DEPARTMENT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Outside Orders Promptly
Prleea Raaaonabla and
107 & 109 Soutn First Street, Albnqoerqne, N. H.
E. J. POST k CO.,
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
Do not confound Palmlatrv with Fortune Tellino;. Palmistry Is a eteleace.
Madam Adalald baa devoted rau to lint .ludy in the school ol
rHW,f''" SJ"TSiJT Pl,VIa)T. Shereuli l"IHKKI'VI,v
from the Jlnra in your hand., of the past and future. What y.iu art Lut a.lapt l
lot. whether luiky or nnlucar. atartlaue, dl.ou.. happinwa. and will warn you
o(tuuTr mayauad Id your way la the futute. '
FFE: 50 Cents for Ladies and 75 Cents lor (.entleuien.
Kradtogt liven al Mim aiODTH RSOtllWAV. dily, from 10 to IS a. m.
p. m. fur a Maaltea Urn only. Com early anil avoid the ru.ti.
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
0.0 TO VI.
Cigars, Tobaccos !
Satlafactlon Gnarantsad. 1
150 pieces new style gingham, zephyr cloth,
Madras cloth, newest BtyUs 8tj0
Lonsdale muslin, 36 inches wide fltjC
Fruit of Loom rnulin, 36 inches wide filgc
Good 36-inch muslin, bleached 4c
Good 36-inch uubleaihed muslin 4ijC
Good bleached sheeting, j yards wide, .llljc
Better sheeting than Prppm-11, 2 yards
Gcod pillow cases, size 36x45, at 70
Good ready-made sheets, 2xj ft yards 400