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TilE DAILY CITIZEN
ALBCQUKKgCK, APRIL. 22. IMW
By instructions from Chase &
San burn we are authorized to sell
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 coffie it. . .25 cents.
25-cent coil te at . , . 20 cents.
111 T. EHIroai It., ilbaqaerqna, 1. 1
MONEY TO LOAN
On piano, flnrt-cla (nrnlture, etc.
without rental. Aleoon diamond,
watch, Jewelry, life Insurance poll
rim. Truet dima or any good secur
ity, lernis very moderate.
W Booth Heoond street, Albnqner
que. Now Mexico, next door to fiml
ra l iilon Telegraph oUlee.
B. A. SLEYSTElt,
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
BOOMS 12 A U CKOMKI.L BLOCK
mm & GLAESNER
207 Railroad Ave.,
N. T. ARMIJO BLILU1.NG.
CAL.L AT THE
Low Prks and Coufteou Trtiti.iml,
E. H. UUHBAR,
lluuer Kentrd, Krnu Oollectrd.
Otlra, S (tola AraCar Third HnM.;
h't 10 cents? dim.
iJv you mrt iauudrtvd
Auii bout ou uiuju
it tue Albuquerque Steam Laundry.
Unw v. It4 of aid Mi
JAT A. HUBftS, Proprietor,
ALBUQUERQUE SHOE STORE,
11014 RAlLltUAD AVtNL K.
X. PA.nBNTZ, Irop.
LADIES' m'i 1ID CH1LDBEI SHOES
To the satisfaction of patrons. Repair
lnc neatly performed. Work guaranteed.
Albuquerque Fish Market...
Kreeb Fish, Oilers, Lobsters,
Crabs, bhrluipa, etc Baltimore
Oyster, treati every dar In bulk
aud cane. Ueadguarters lor
Dremed I'ouliry. Mall Order
receive prompt attention.
204 sod 20 Soma Second Street.
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
214 8. 8eond St.
bcml ou fc.rtli.
IIOHLAKU-Unlr Md lalr
nk flu BkaapU Hmb.
Tin work. Whitney Co.
Btove repaint at Kutrelle'a.
Floor nutting. Whitney Co,
Curios and drawn work at MaUtou'e.
Bicycle on Installments, llatin & Co.
Plumbing and gas Utticg. V hitney Co.
Gunther's candies at Hawley's on the
Ice ereaui freezer. Douahoe Uard
Bpeetal bonier sale at The Economist
Lion coffee, three packages for SS cent
at ixiiuoaruo .
Wall paper at Kutrelle's from n;,e.
per double roll and up.
Ladles, It will pay you to see the
spnug wraps at Ilfeiu'a.
Attend the special sale of shirt waist
at the Koouotuiat this week.
Why, certainly, we keep everything In
the way of uolloua, at llfeld'a.
Latest novelties In pompadour and side
combs. Uoaeuwald brothers.
Beet brands of laundry soap,
bars tor tit eeuU at A. Lombardo a.
Boys' all wool black worsted fulls, at
o. 1 neauuuru a. 10. s) only s J.ao,
aiens, ladlea' aud children s etraw
bats In all the latest style al llfeld'a,
Just received full Hue of buutber'
nn caudle at Hawiey on the comer,
This Is the week to buy corsets at II-
relds. cpeolai Bale ot summer corsets.
bee our Hue of cod Huh aud salt mack
srel over Ufleeu varieties. BAM Jotta
The only truss to wear: "Ths Amkui-
CAH 01I.VKU iKl'bo," at Kuppes freecrip
It la Impossible to make a mistake In
your spring buying, It you select from
th great fair priced stock of The Koouo-
"tiers la a lesson that he who runs
may read; the man ou the Columbia Is
always lu the lead. ' 76 aud f 1S. liabn
Just received a large assignment of
Bus California Uraps brandy, spring "MS,
which w will sell to aaloou keepers at
t i.to per gallon. Original package. O.
Bacuecul & U. blonil.
Ther are only nfty pair of ladles' com
mon seuae nign bultou shoes left at
bluipler's great closing out sal. They
must be dispuerd of aud the regular $4
www mvuiu si c per pair.
Yesterday atloruoou, U. K. Burns, spe
elal ageul of lu Mutual Life lusurauee
oouipaur , leeeived a telegram from W.
L. Htnaway, now In New York, that the
litter hud teen pp"tuud geueral south-
WMtern silent of fie Mntnal Life Iniinr-
anre cnmpAiiy, vice W. K. Mrnr. Mr.
HalhKWsy wm the ulliwrliiteiident of
airHiicifM, and I HR ClTI.h Is plHtsrd to
lints his promotion. Me will return to
this city lu a few days.
Hweet breads, brains, spring lamb,
yonris vtai, port lendHriolnn, snre rlht
chickens, t iirkeys, rtuckx. spring chickens,
Kansas city mutton, can Juhr Markkt,
IT. Alirer, the dentUt, has removed his
ofllce from the Whiting building to the
new Armijn building, ocpoelte the opera
noiise, on Kaiiruad avenue.
If you cannot find the rood at the
Krrn imixt It U nn n loxkins elsewhere
Is ihi. cnmmnn expression amongst the
ladle of Albuquerque,
lxweat prices ev-r made In city on
mm, drew good, emorolterles and pr
cale this week at (iolden Kills Dry
uikiiis company s.
Found On the M 11 n tain road, a fine
nvercimt. Owner can rail at this olllre
The prettiest line of High tirade aud
Miin arch shirts In the west at tl and
II. U at II (eld's.
Cider or wins vinegar. 30 cents per
gallon, or 2o cents In ten gallon lots at
A. Lombardo s.
Marian Harland Co flee pots. Mrs. Van
Dusen's cake moulds. Donatio Hard
Fresh, pnrs Persian Insect powder at
ttnpps s t'rescnpiiou Pharmacy.
Plenty of poultry at the ban Josi Mar
Ice chests and refrigerators. Donatio
Picture frames. W hitney Co.
Fine stationary at Malaon's.
Calvin Whiting, Insurance.
CALL rUH K Kt HI' IT.
Compear I. K. Marts Os Hundred
llSAIMii'ASTisi Co., N. G. N. M , I
Alhi'ui gl . N. M. I
"After 0 a. m., Saturday, April 23, lSl'H.
applications will be received tor enlist
ment In this company. Applicants must
be able-bodied and between the ages ot
18 and 4 Applications of minors must
be accompanied by the written permis
sion of parents or guardians. Applica
tions will be claesitled, and In the event
that this company Is ealled Into the ser
vice ot ths United States It will be re
cruited to the maximum allowed by law
by drawing upon ths classes In ths order
named: Class 1, all former members of
the company who are unmarried; class
2, all persons who have served three
years In a military organisation and
who are unmarried; class S, all former
members ot the company not Included In
class 1; class 4, all other psrsous who are
eligible. All applicant will b required
to pass a physical examination before
their enlistment will be accepted."
L. 0. KooiHt,
Captain Co. 0, N. (i N. M
Blank applications can be had at J. II.
O'Kleily ft Co'a drug store.
Railroad aveuue was the ecene of con
siderable excitement at about V:30
o'clock last night. A man with a revol
ver In his hind pocket sat down on the
stand In front ot A. J. Maloy's grocery
store aud the revolver went off. Nobody
was Injured. A big crowd gathered from
all directions and In the excitement ths
man mads sate his escape.
Mrs. C. A. Post, a healthweker, died In
this city about 10 o'clock this morning.
She earns hers with her husband last
winter. Mr. Post la now In Duraugo and
has been luformed of his wife's death.
The body has been turned over to ths un
dertaker, and as soon as Mr. Post arrives
arrangements for the funeral will be
Sidewalks in many parts of ths city
are In a dangerous condition, and unless
they ars promptly repaired damage suits
will undoubtedly soon be In order. Un
less ths owners look after these repairs
the city should take them in charge.
Let all patriotic American cltixeua at
tend ths meeting at the Fergusson book
aud ladder company's headquarters to
organise the "National Voluuteer Re
serves." George Wilson, well known cltixen ot
Colorado Springs, is In ths city, and was
introduced at this oQlce at noon to-day
by W allace Uesselden.
Hon. W. U. Pops returned to the terri
torial capital last night. The gentle
man lectured at the University yesterday
Remember Mrs- W alton's soiree at the
Armory hall this evening.
Try our farm sausage. Ban Johi Mar
Compare the Prices.
Comparison is a
to tho store selling the Right Goods at Kin-hf Piinos Ttfl
"other fellows" who
me luwusi aim uw quaiuy 01 our goods unsurpassed.
Best Sugar Cured Hams
California Apricots, per can , .
California Peaches, per can !!.!!!!!!!!.'!!!!!" 10c
California Pears, per can .' i . .! i . 1 !!'.!!!!!.!!!.'! ! 10c
3 Cans California Tomatoes .' .!!.'.!".!.!'.!!!!!! !
Good Sugar Corn, per can '.!!.!!!,!!! 1
Y, -pound can Van Houten'a Cocoa .'.'.'!.,.,.,!.,.'..".,.'.' ' dM
i-pound can Van I louten'i Cocoa i . , , ) ' " ' lj
Beef Steak and Onions, per can ajL
Pork and Beam in Tomato Sauce '. !."..!!'.!!.'!! 1 !!!! ! 10c
Broiled Mackerel in Mustard. .. . .
- 1, , L" i. toe
3 Packages Kingsford's Corn Starch
3 Packages Silver Gloss Laundry Starch !!!!!!!!!!!! !!!! " asc
Choice Kaisim, per pound ' 5
3 pounds Best London Layer Raiinl..V.!!".'!"!"'!!""!!" 3cr
Finest Swiss Cheese, per pound , 2oc
18 pounds Best Potatoes
a cans Salmon !!! 1 !! 1 '.!!!'!'!"".!! . 1 rc
i-pound sack Duke's Mixture Tobacco with a Pipe! ! 1 L
Piper Heidsieck Tobacco '..'.".'..'.'! '. 15c
The Celebrated Swan Down Flour, iold under poiiUve"guarantee!your'money'back
if it does not please you ' $145
THE BUSY MAZE
WM. KIEKE, Proprietor.
Hand in Hand!
Warm weather and the demand for cool wearing apparel.
The former is fast approaching; the latter we are now better
than ever prepared to fill,
and breezy, neat and nobby, and above all, high grade and
Ladles' Shirt Hulsts.
In Cott n and Silk, from CO cents to 1 10
ech. You may be ahletogt tliem cheap
er In price, but then cheaper In quality
also. Onrwalptsaremsdeon thectHiomer
nuking plan, T.ie are sewed, n t s uck
U gi'ther. Ther are mads to Ot. and all
of a nice quality of cloth, even the cheap-
Shl. m guarantee them to be this year's
latest product, amin which the Rus 1 m
Blonse waist Is the prevailing style,
LulloNilk Mitt and
From 20 cents to $1.00 a pair, In regular
and extra lengths, In black, white aud
all Inmglnahle colors.
Lawn, Dimities and
Lawn worth lOc it 6e a yard
Dimities worth 15c at 10c a yard
Organdies and Lappets 15c a yard
12-yard patterns, Quest Imported Organ
dies, per pattern 13X0
The same thing yon pay 35e and 4o per
yard for elsewhere.
Wo close at 6 P. M. every evening, excepting
Saturdays and Pay Days.
BACK rROM ata ric.
Ths UobmI Ca-Ths Ssala r War
Hon. T. A. Finical, ths popular dis
trict attorney, returned to the city last
night, after hnbnobing with ths politi
cians ot Santa Fs tor a dsy.
Mr. Kluical Informs Tui Citizen that
Hon. T. B. Calrou liai been retained to
bssIhI in the defence of ths Gonitis,
charged with ths murder of Frank
Gtilterni. and Died a motion to admit
them to ball. The motion will be ar
gued before Judge McKlo, at Saul Fe,
Sheriff Hubbell will take the Gonxales
to Santa Fe this eveulug.
Mr. Finical states that, for ths siss of
Santa Fe, he fou .d mors naval heroes on
theauclent plan. In ths park, yesterday,
than be ever Imagined existed anywhere.
They told Just exactly how the United
States warships wers going to do up
Spain, and on old geutleman, who bad
lived In Santa Fe all his life, was very
vivid In his Illustrations ot how the bat
tleship Oregon was met by half a doxn
Spauleh vessels and blown to pieces on
"Yes, for naval fighters and gigantic
political hustlers," ooutluued Mr. Fini
cal, "I can heartily reooinuiend ths park
crowd of the territorial capital."
OBIAT MILITARY ACTIVITY.
Guard to Ha lasrsaMd to 100 Many
Troops fm Through th. City.
At the regular drill ot ths Albuquerque
Guards last night, every member volun
teered his services to ths government.
Thev also decided to telegraph Governor
Otero fir permission to Increase the
membership ot the Guards to 100.
This morning Capt. C. D. Rogers re
ceived the following reply from U. B.
Hersey, adjutant general: "Am proud of
Company G. Yes, recruit to lou imme
diately." The boys in the Guards are
brave aud patriotic and are reauy to make
any sacrifice for their country's safety.
Kight car load of cavalry horses aud
seven cars of equipmeut from Fort
Bayard, passed through the city early
this morning on tbulr way to Fort
Duchesne, Utah. At about 3 o'clock this
morning a second train load ot ths
troops from Fort Bayard passed through
on their way to the same destination.
friend of Ours. Com nan sons nrn nrf rrl ino
hate them. Comparison .proves our prices
in all lines, with goods that are cool
Indian and Persian l awns. Striped Dim
llle,(hckel Nainsooks, Fine, Plain and
IMel Swlssss. from the ehespest-lf
yon want to consider your pocketbook
to as flue a quality as you may desire;
sIho lower than you can And the same
Laces and Embroideries.
An Immenss stock at a saving to you of
25 per cent. See for yourself,
Guaranteed lower than elewher.
8 for X6e
And 50c each for Lisle Thread Vesta.
There will be two ear loads mors from
Fort Bayard pass throngh the city this eve
ning. Their destination Is also Fort Du
chesne. A telegram was received here to-day
from Fort wlngale,that two government
train loads, of fifteen ears.had been loaded
there and wers reaCy to start and would
reach this city between 5 and 0 o'clock.
Their destination Is Chattanooga. There
will probably be four or five hundred regu
lar soldiers ou these two trains. There
should be a large turnout at ths depot
this evening to give them a rouainir r.
ception to show them that their eouutry's
oesi wisnes are with them. A little thli g
tike this would act as an Inspiration to
them In the days ot trial aud difficulty
that ars almost sure to corns. 80 let
everybody turn out It will do civilian
good as well as the soldiers.
From parties who arrived In ths eity
last night from California It Is learned
that 500 soldiers of that stats ars to leave
Los Angeles fur eastern destinations prob
ably to night. Ths Santa Fs has a eon
tract for haullug these troops so they
will pass through this city. Railroad of
ficials here have received as yet no no
tion of their coming.
The First Regiment band will play at
the meeting to organise ths "National
Volunteer Reserves" to-night.' 1
SATURDAY'S SfKCIAL SALK.
AT TUB BUSY MAES.
2 lbs best butter, 45e.
2 cans beet California pears, 25c
2 cans best California peaches, 25e.
1 pint genuine maple sap, 15s.
2 cans sausage and sauerkraut, 26c
Fresh horse radish, 10s. .
4-ot sacks smoking tobacco,5e.
3 cans clams, 25c
W m. Kikkr. Proprietor.
The nutting committee ot the Driving
association, lor ths forthcoming May
meet, started on the rounds this after
noon, and Secretary Culley report tl.e
merchants quite liberal in their contri
butions. Gold band S. & H. hams and han.n .t
the San JooE Mauket.
Soiree at the Armory hall this evening.
See OurUOO Hats.
See OurSOO Hats.
See Our 25c. Caps.
They Are World-Beaters.
mi -- -
ao xt. -avenuo Ulotmer. jj
Donahoe Hardware Co.
Corner Railroad A ve. and Third St,
THE GREAT MAJESTIC
g teWssrj 1' j. s
h'V! O'ipS. o
THE GREAT MAJESTIC
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE.
John Deere Plows, Fish Bros'. Wagons,
, Walter A. Wood Mowers, 31jestic Mangos.
Stationery, School Books,
CHERiS MP PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES.
We Carry a Complete Line of Legal Wanks, Blank Books, Cigari,
and Tobacco, Magazines, I'eriodicaU and Newspapers.
O. A. MATSO IvT Sc Co.
iOH WEST RA'LROAD AVENUE.
For a Btraw hat, m our Brlnham Hop
kins line, JiiHt arrival, at K. L Wath
loira A Co '. They niaks tlis Iwwt. aud
thijr eoMt no more than Inferior good.
Kd. Noonan. who has heeu lodw at
ths city building (or a few days pant aud
treated by City Phyiticlan Hayuea, was
well enough to leave tor Blaud last
night, where he has a job In view.
The Womau's ChrUtlan Temperance
Union Is holding a meeting at the Kin
dergarten rooms this sfteruoon.
lion. Pedro Perea, ot Bernalillo, Id in
the city to day.
Hot. Beroovlta, who v as the mlHHlouary
preacher at Laguua, baa removed to the
Dr. J. K. KIder, aattlHtaut surgeon at
the local railway hospital, returned from
ths west last night.
C. U. Kancher, ot the Banta Fe PaciUc
land department, was a paxxeuger (or
Williams, Arisona, lant night.
Rev. Mr. Taylor, of Dayton, Ohio, came
in on the mornlug train. Ur. Taylor
will preach at the Baptist church ueit
Felix Papa returned to Santa Fe laat
night. Us was hereon bualueee connect
ed with bis Indian depredations claims
against the government.
J. A. Btlnson, the well known sheep
buyer, was a paaaenger tor southern Cal
ifornia laat ulght, where he expect to
purchase a oar load of heep.
Mrs. A. B. Uotiaffoy, who ha been vis
iting ber parents, Mr. aud Mr. H. K.
Fox, in this city, (or some time pant, re
turned to her home at VYInirate hut
D. K. Duckwall, Jr, aud wife, of St.
Louis, who have speut the winter lu this
city, greatly to th beueiitot Mrs. Duck
wall's health, will return home to mor
Col. W. 8. William, editor aud pub
lisher ot the Socorro Chieftain, 1 in the
city, registered at ths llotol Ulghland.
lie I here to learn the latext war new,
aud honored this office with a vlmt.
Kit L. Medler, teb young attorney, re
turned to the city from (iuliup lant night.
IU tates that Capt. Ureeu ha two hun
dred men in his company, and that they
ars anxious to be called upon to defeud
the "star aud stripe."
F. W. Shuckbart aud wife, who were
on a vlult to their sou at (lulrtMtou,
Texas, returned to the city laat ulght,
and will reinalu here a few days vleltlng
their ehlldreu, who are here attending
school. Mr. Shuckbart Is the railway
agent at Fulton station, and is Hie geu
tleman who eujojs the UItiuctlou o(
naming ths Cochitl ulnlug dUirlcl.
In all the newest and most be
coming; shapes and colon, to fit
any head, we are displaying- In
light weight Derbys, Fedoras,
and all kinds of soft and stiff
hats for men . and boys. Wc
have a fine assortment of Bicycle
and Golf dpi at bed rock prices.
. . . .
I'ses lea fuel than' an r other. The
heaviest oven plates u-ted In any range.
The grate can be changed lustantly
(rom coal to wood.
Dunahok Hardwire Co.
THKRSl IS MOT
Another store In town that carries a
flue and complete a line ot pickled goods
in bulk as the San Jome Mark it.
Our all linen, men's shirts, at sixty
five rente, aliuoet as good as silk, are
creating a Herniation. K. L. Washburn &
Silks, Dress Goods,
Ladies' Oxford Shoes.
NOTE THE PRICES.
MATCH THEM IF
1 W( Shigh M$?ts5!atteru8""s yud' each' take your choice of aoy
30 Plecen of AlI-WooI Dress Goods-Special price 25c a yard, former price from 35c to soc a
vard. Come firltU w'tu.t u, .. .1,'. :. ' ' 1 wm jjl iu juc
500 Pleeea of Embroideries-Divided up in 5 lota at Zo, 5c,
double. Biggest embroidery bargain ever shown in chv
Pfrlom lf7'FU '
trom 3a.OO tO 5.l b a Dair.
100 Piece 30-Inch Percales
A. J. MALOY,
Staple and Fancy Groceries!
KOtfS TO KQDAL, TBR FAM0D8.
118 Bailroad Ave., Albuquerque, N. M.
0. BACHE"H. ESTABLISHED 18SS.
Gfnenri Agents for W.J, Lemp's St. Louis Hccr.
KLEOANT It ETA I L DEl'AKTMENT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Outside Ordera Promptly Attended to.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
BACHEGHI & CIOMI,
107 & 109 South First Street, - Albaqnerqne, N. M.
DID YOU SAY DIAMONDS?
Well we have a FEW; bright, snappy sparklers, from $6
to $aoo, yet worth a third more. If April is your natal
month, diamonds you should wear. Sample our prices.
T. Y. MAYNARD, Jeweler.
watch iftarat-roai a.. 1. a it. r. my.
E. J. POST & CO.,
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
Juftt received, a carload
of llass Ale and (Ju Inn ess'
t4Stout' at. Lowenthal &
Wanted, Haach Propvny.
To trade well ImnrovMl lt
(or ranch. Must have Nome alfalfa.
Always keep In mind that K. L. Wash-
barn & Co. only sell goods that will give
satisfaction, and keep no shoddy. Auk
(or our Ore and water proof gloves, at
Fotrelle. corner flnl.l nr1 irinit .trf.
will sell yon good wall paper at 12,0
uouuie rou auu up.
THF Rdl riFAf RT1
lllJj UUIiJJDll 111
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Continued This Wo
As Usual, Unmatehable.
If Interested Head On.
XJrd Shoe9-:A 8ize ad
Shoe stores w 11 rharrro
- 1 j uwuure ivji auie i;uou4.
At To a yard.
Savage rill s.
Stevens rill, ii and 28 caliber.
Shotguns and ammunition.
Donahoi Haruwari Co.
Dealers in Remington typewriters, ths
standard typewriter of the world. Can
supply biwIiieM olllses with experienced
stenographer to fill perm font and tem
porary positions, at short notice, llatin
We will continue our spocial sale on
el Iks, drees good, embrolderle. oxford
hoe and peroiile (or thU wek. Read
our adveriUement on fourth puge. Gol
den Rule Dry 0xd company.
Genuine I itlOCel OllVAOli Oil If sl2.fi0 IMF
Kuuu sv a lAmioaruo ft.
at 83,50 Pa,ttfrB- ihey old
8c, 10c and 15c a yard worth
u 100 a yara, wortu
ths, at 81.40 a pair, former price
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