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THE DAILY CITIZEN
ALfH'Ql'KKQl'K, APRIL 12, lvH By instructions from Chase & Sanbura we are authorized to sell Java and Mocha Coffee at the following prices: 45-cent coffee at. . .40 cents. 40-ceot coffee at. . .35 cents. 35-cent coffee at.. .30 cents. 3xent coffee at ... 25 cents. 15-cent coffee at ... 20 cents. ED. (MEIER 111 V. Railroad It., ilbnqaerqns, 1. 1. MONEY TO LOAN On piano, flint-clae fnrnlture, etc, without rem. al. Aleo 00 diamonds, watobee, Jewelry, lit Inearence poli ties. Trust deeds or any good secur ity. Terms vrr moderate. 11. Simpson. too Soath Bocnnd street, Albanner qn. Jisw Mexico, next door to Vi est era Union Telegraph ofne. B. A. SLEYSTER, ISL'RAXCE IE1L EST1TL K0T1BT PUBLIC. Automatic Telephone No. 174. ROOMS IS A 14 CiXUUKKLL BLOCK Tailors 207 Railroad Ave H. T. ARM I JO BClLDlJiB. CALL AT THE PEOPLE'S STORE. ItJIUULAND BtlLDINU.) FKESH GROCERIES. FRUIT8. VEGETABLES J. A.SK1MER, Low Prices sad Courteous TrcjUuacaU E. H. UUHBAR, Ileal iSotato. Hoium Rented. Rent. Collected. Lomtia Negotiated. dSn, l MI A Cm Third Street, SHIRTS fur 10 cent dim. I.e your aolrt lauudrled And bum 00 Una. At lbs Albaaacrqu Steam Lssndry, Vmrmmr Goal av mm4 wd et. JAT A. HUBBS, Proprietor, ALBUQUERQUE SHOE STORE, 110K RA1LKOAD AVENUE, Xs. PA-nxiNTX, Prop. MAXES LADIES' IBVS 11D CHILDEE! SHOES To the satisfaction of patrons. Repair ing neatly performed. Work guaranteed, iowmi price. Albuquerque fisb Market.. Freeh Finn, Oysters, Lobsters, Crab, bbrluipa, etc Balllmore Oysters, treeti every day In balk aud Mne. Headquarters (or Drerwed Poultry. Mall Order reoelvs prompt attention. 304 tod 201 South Second Sireet. 1882 1808 Sole' Agenta laaino .nd Oro brand Canned llioode. F.G.Pratt&Co PSALBBS 1 STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES 214 8. Seeond St BllUbnro Cr.amrry Butter Beetoa KuU. Ordere bolicitrd rm LxllTery. Drugs! Wholeaal) and Retail. Mall Orders Solicited. J.U.O'UIEIiLY & CO., ALBUQUERQUE. KKW MKIICO CITY NEWS. SUUULAaU-Lsv.lf BwU-Ilr luiHI. riM Saapl Sm. Tin work. Whitney Co. BtoTe repair at Kutrelle'. Floor matting. Whitney Co, Oaiusley & Co. for sho repairing. Curio and drawn work at Mateon's. Bicycle on lusUllmeut. Hahn A Co. Plumbing and gas fitting. W hitney Co. Ladles' knit underwear sals this week at IKeld's. Klondike 8-day strike docks, only 3 at ruireuee. Special hosiery sal at Ths Economist lulu weea. Hummer wash goods of every variety at ins nig eiore. Latest noveltlee In pompadour aud side comb. Kuseuftaia Brothers. Ths only trass to wear: "I'm Auiat (in Hilvkh Tuibtt," el Uuppee Preeonp lion rnarmacy. Do not fall to attend A. Simpler' elo log out eno sale, loo win dud sums wonderful bargains tn shoes there. It 1 Impoeelbl to make a mistake In your spriug baying, tt yon select from wo greet uir prioed stock of The Koouo nasi. "Her Is a lesson that hs who runs may read; tbs niau on the Coluiubti always In ths lead. ' M aud 1126. Hahn X Co. Jiit received a Large assignment of fine California Grape braudy, aprlug tr, which we will sell to saloou keepers at ttMA per gallon. Original package. O. Bachechi dc tt. Uloml. Ladle wearing number 2X. and 3H shoe, can secure some great bargaius al A. Simpler' closing out sale, ae he has ao uuueually larite stock of these n um bers In shoes which niuat be disposed of at any sacrinoe. Bring your shoes to be repaired to GalUHlny & Co.'s They employ a reliable shoemaker, aud will do your work as cheap as an you oan do It, and boihlua but the beet leather need. Geo. C. Galue- ley C Co., reliable sou dealars,lM South ftecoaa street. lh cycling season Is now opening and ths previtltug queetlou is. "M hers can 1 f et th brut wheel for th mouey 1 car j Invest f Let us know your price. W s are certain to hive a wheel that will Bt It. We have fnnrl wheels only, tmt bar mny style t many pries. HahnACo. A. Simpler la selling out hi stork of shoe very (set end persona ronteniplat- ins; a purrnae of footwear better wait no longer a they may mies enru very rare bargslfis. Re wla and attend special eale at Golden Rile Pry Moods company'. Ri tranrdlnary low prices on ai Ian, dreea goods, embroideries, low hoen and per cales. A well pleaaed cnNtomer I the beet ad vertisement. Auk a Columbia or Hart ford rider If be l eatlnned with bis mount. H'ltip. Hahn & Co. Dr. Altrer, the dentist, has removed hi ofllne frmii Hie W tilling hullillnsr to the new Armljo building, opposite the opera houee. on Railroad avenue. Ixweet price ev r made In city on ilk, dreee good, e'uhrolderle and per cale thin wek at Golden Rule Dry (roods company's. the Isteel In shirt walet seta ail ths Rob R' 1 Llald set and the antique Jew eled aete to match jeweled belts. Rosen- wald Brother. Hon cleaning time is here. Bay roar carpets and curtains at the Big Bur. Klondike sewing machine, srnarentfled S years, only ltf.7S at Futrelles. Columbia and Hartford blcrcles at all price from tM np. Hahn A Co. Freeh, par Peralan loeeet towder at Buppe's Preeerlptlon Pharmaey. Special sale of black drees rimds at The Kronomlet. Bee the beautiful shirtwaists at II- (eld. Gslnsley & Co, for shoe repairing. Picture frame. Whitney Co. Flu stationary at Matron's. Calrta rtbltlnc, Insurance. Col. Borrodall called at this office at 3 JO this afternoon, and stated that th sealed orders, which bare been promul gated for ths (oldenes ol th Albuquer que Guards, will not be opened, as a fact, until ths gallant local lighter ars with in a few miles ot Isleta, sn rout to ths Quit coast The colonel Is pneitlreiy cer tain that Capt. Rogers and his eompany will be ordered to th front within th nett twenty-fonr hours. A eoupl of hard looking characters were arrested last night on ths charge of haying stolen a 6 not and a pair of shoes from Ceears Grande's place on ths Highlands. Ths svldno is largely cir cumstantial. Th two arr anted men were In ths saloon and when Mr. tirande's at tention waa called to somebody Us th goods ars alleged to hare been stolen. The men will hay their hearing 1st this afternoon. Th funeral ot airs. Kdward Wilson, who death from quick consumption was mentioned In Thi Citizjcn yesterday afternoon, occurred this afternoon at ths A. It. K. church, aud was largely attend ed by the colored population. Rer. Buch anan officiated, aud ths remains wers laid to reet In Falrrlew cemetery. Ths soldiers from Fort Apache. Art tone, assigned to eastern pouts, will pass through ths city either lata to-night or to-morrow morning. Th troop from Whipple Barracks ars sxpected here, sn rout east, Thursday or Friday. This In formation wss obtained at ths depot this afternoon. This ersnlng, at 8 o'clock, serrtoes will be held by the Jewish congregation, and also to-morrow morning, at 10 JO o'clock. In celebration of the last days of ths I'aseoyer. A. L. Newton and family, who recently cams hers from Stern's Point, Wis, bars rented ths bouse at 410 west Lead are nus, and will taks possession to-morrow. Mrs. F. W. Clancy, wlfs of ths newly sleeted mayor, la entertaining the Non Sectarian Beuerolent association at tbelr regular meeting this afternoon. To the Star minstrels: Rehearsal erery night this week, at 7:30 o'clock, at ths kindergarten on soath Second street, ex cept Saturday night. Several Acorn ranges left the Whitney company's Second street stors this morn ing, being purchased by well-known Mex ican ranchmen. Harry C. Kiiisell, the popular sheriff of Santa Fe, passed np the road for ths ter ritorial capital from Las Crace last night. R. W. Fraua, wife and children hare returned to the city and will probably remain hers. Don't forget the Star Minstrels at the opera bouse on Wednesdsy night, April 17. Galnsley & Co, for shoe repairing. THE BUSY The Store That Undersells. DHY GOODS. CLOTHING. HATS. NOTIONS. FURNISHING GOODS. MILLINERY. MAIL ORDERS WM. KIEKE, Proprietor. Words! In advertising, like everywhere else, create a certain impression. Actions! Either verify and strengthen them or grind them to dust. Our Intentions! Like those of nil 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, , and by always having the combination of right prices and right qualities. If we say we are giving better values now In all lines, than have ever been offered before In the city, it may impress some that we are selling pretty cheap. This ia an impression we can h ighten for you, by show ing you our goods and quoting again our prices. It may impress some (those who have never traded with us) 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 area few items which must be set n to be appreciated: Ladies' Wrappers! Indigo Bins Print Wrapper Percale Wrapper, in light, braid, each Si 00. $1 40, Black Sateen Wrapper, with Ribbon Turkish Towels! In end I'ee quantities, bleached snd nnhleacheil, at two for 2fte 10e. 16e. 20e and 26c each and three for $1.00. Worth 25 to BO per Cecil more. - Ladies' Skirts! From $1.00 upward. In all ths new styles In black and popular colors. In the new Bayadere effect and Plaids. ROSEN WALD BROS. STOVES .HARDWARE Tinware. Woodenwarc, Pumps. Plumbers' Supplies, Cutlery, Lamps. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. Donahoe Hardware Co. Railroad Ave. and Third St, THB CUT a BRIEF. Personal aad General raragrapbs ricked Dp Here aad There. IL Brockmelsr has on exhibition some nsw pictures of the members ot ths Albu querque colony In Klondike. Ben Rob ertson and Tony Ortta, the latest aildl tlons to the tribs, ars also represented In ths picture. L Meng will give an Illustrated magic lantern lecture at the Presby terian church to-night at 130 o'clock. No doubt there will be a full house sines the admission I only fifteen cents for adult and ten cents for children. The ball to be given by ths Adah Chap ter, No. 5, 0. K. 8.. at Armory hall will provs ons of ths nicest sffalrs of ths kind held In ths city for sometime, and all the committees ars working together har moniously. Tbs ball will be held on Tuesday evening, April It), and tickets can be had at the stores of Simon Stern and K. J. Post & Co, Tickets, admitting gentleman and ladles, II. Prof. C. R. Burg, ths gifted bans singer, who has spent the past winter In this city, has decided to open np a buslnees college In this city. Prof. Bnrg Is euil nently qualified tor such au undertaking, as hs is a graduate of ons of ths beet business colleges In Washington, D. C, and has also studied In the Georgetown university, the Catholic university of America, Washington, as well aa la French universities. Ths ladles of ths Library association have decided to give a short program of specialties by a company of Lilliputians, Immediately before the opeulng of their ball at Graut's opera bouse, on the 20th It Is hoped that many who are not Mixed House Paints, per gallon Floor Paint, per gallon Mrs. Potts' Sad Irons, per set Flower Pots, all aires 6c to Wagon Covers .,.2.00 and Step Ladders 65c to Handsome Glass Lampa Croquet Sets Ingrain Carpet, per yard , Linoleum, per square yard Lawn Rakes, ,, , Garden Hose 50-Foot Rubber Hose Flower, Garden -AND- Field Seeds. RECEIVE PROMPT ' 1 65e dark and medium colors, trimmed with 1 1.25 and fl-OO email floral design, trimmed wtth Hahy $2.25 ZVZca.xno.eox dancers will attend the ball and this feature of ths entertainment wlU no doubt prove attractive to all. A good supper and fine mueio for dancing will be provided and the ladle expect a lib eral patronage from the Albaquorqoe public. Chief Buppe, of the Are department, would Ilk to see all members ot th de partment at the meeting to be held at the Fergusson Hook and Ladder com pany quarters this evening at 8 o'clock, (or the aunual election ot officers, In ac cordance with a city ordinance on the subject. . .. The Woodmen Circle are making prep arations for their Urst aunual ball, to be given May 4th, at A. 0. D. W. hall. The committee are already out selling tickets. All those attending are prom ised a good time, as the Circle always have a good time. Ths ladies of ths German Aid society will hold their regular meeting to mor row alterooon at 8 o'clock, at the resi dence of Mrs. Hiua, 403 weet Silver ave nue. All memberssre earnestly requested to be preeenl. Mrs. Rudolph, Secretary. The Home Comfort range people moved out of their place of business on north Second street aud the building will be occupied temporarily by 0. W. Strong aa a storage room (or (urnlturs. A large uumber of men wers sent west last ulght aud this morulug to work (or the Sauls Fe PaclUo on tbs rosd between Gallup and Lsguna. - J. R. Bauchet, ths Railroad even as bar ber, has added two new bath tubs to his establishment Star Minstrels at the opera house on Wedueeday night, April 37. MAZE $i .40 1 .40 1 .00 .35 2.50 1.40 .70 a. 2 5 .45 .45 25 2$ 4.50 GROCERIES. CROCKERY. HARDWARE. GLASSWARE. HAY. GRAIN. ATTENTION. wwag:ianes 1 See Ourj&OO Hats. See OurJUK) Hats. See Our 25c. Caps. They Aro World-Beaters. SIMON STERN, The R. R. Avenue Clothier. Stationery, School Books, C1IER1S ilD PHOTOSRiPHIC SUPPLIES. We Carry a Complete Line of Legal Blanks, Blank Books, Cigara, and Tobacco, Magazines, Periodical and Newspapers. O.J.lVEA.TS0Nrfc Co. 205 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE. DISTRICT COOHT NEWS. Several Civil 0m Dl.poMit ot To-Day la DlMflot Ooart. In ths eass ot Romalo Garcia vs. Jesus Candelarla, assumpsit for (3.000 claimed by the plaintiff for labor performed for the defendant, was on trial lu the district court this morning. The plaintiff's esse showed him to be the son-ln-lsw ot the defendant and lived with his father-in-law for sli or seven years and worked ou his place. At the conclusion the attor neys for ths defendant moved ths eonrt to Instruct the Jury to bring In a verdict for ths defendant on the grouud that at law an express contract must be proved, and the eonrt held that there was no such contract proven, and Instructed the jury accordingly. Judge William D. Lee snd Thomas C. Montoya' represented the defendant, and S. B. Gillett the plaintiff In this esse. In the matter of the estate of Maximo Abreo. ths will ot the deceased was ds elared void tor the reason that It was not executed according to the statute. This ease came up on an appeal from ths pro bate eonrt. The ease of Jesses Anthony vs. ths Homestead Irrigation company was con tinued by consent ot parties. . , stwarsrss mkn he he. What 4, tt. Hugh, aad Laalue Dllle ha. tm Bmf About Albaqa.rDe. James D. Hughes, business manager ot the New Mexican, Santa Fe, and Lucius Dills, editor ot ths Hos well Record, who were hers yesterdsy attending the meet ing ot the Territorial Bureau of Immi gration, honored Thi Citizrn office with a pleawtut ealL Mr. Hughes, In the course of his talk, stated that Saute Fe waa ous bt the nic est summer resort In ths southwest, and PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Marshal W. F. Cohert Is eon lined to his borne with an attack ot ths grip. John A. Riley, tbs Colorado eattle bujer, passed down ths road tor Las Cru ses last night. Hon. W. B. Cbllders Is at Las Cruces, where be Is assisting In the prosecution ot the men charged with ths murder ot Fountain and bis son. Joseph Uunter, special rspresentatl re ot tbs tilob Printing company, ot New York, Is in the city, can Tarwlog tor the did path library ot universal literature. K. H. Dunbar, the busy real estate man, has been suffering with an attack ot la grippe (or the past two weeks. He eipecte to be able to be around again In a few days. Camlllo Padilla, a well-known printer and politician ot Santa Fe, Is In tbs city, snd favored this office with a call this morning. He will retnrn to ths capital this svenlng. J Mrs. Win. Jenks, ot 410 west Lead ave nue, and her daughter, Miss Margaret, will leave to-night tor Table mountain, Arisona, to Join Mr. Jenks. They expect to remain there several months. Percy Pierce, a pleasant young gentle man trom Jopllu, Mo , Is in the city, ac companied by bis mother, and will prob ably remain several mouths. They bavs met a number ot Joplln trleuds sloes tbelr arrlv al here. Dr. Cornish, ths chief surgeon of the Santa F Paelns, left last night tor Flag staff and Bellemont At the latter place there are bait a doten eases ot smallpox, snd Dr. Cornish goes out there to see how the patients ars getting slong. Ed. Roseuweld, a member of the staunch, reliable dry goods firm of Ros snwald Bros . was a passenger - for Springer, M. M, last night. Hs will probably visit the Red river mining dis trict before returning to the city. A. Staab, ths Saul Fe capitalist, U In ths elty, coming hers last night to secure ths very latest news about the approach ing war with Spain. Ue was noticed talking with Johnny Carroll, tbs warrior and wool buyer ot ths wholesale grocery store ot eroes, Blaekwell & Co, iaaasgyaajacsai-sazs;saBars St Eastertide, the familr man or the festive bachelor finds the necessity of providing themselves with a suit 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 tures, m make and finish unsur passed, at rock bottom prices. that the gnveriimeut, territorial and county officials now congregate In ths plast park and diecuxs war with Spain. Mr. Dills complimented ths Pecos val ley, aud especially the town ot Roewell, In the highest terms, and, withont giving the subject of other valleys throughout the territory much consideration, stated that the Pecos country, with its many re source and fertility of soil, surpassed any other spot In New Mexico. Both gentlemen were well pleased with their vlelt to tbs territorial metropolis, aud both stated that It was a source of great delight for their eyes to feast npon the active movements Indulged In by the merchant aud eltlxens of this city. They returned to their respective homes last night . co.uinu HIBSUOS. Harry F. Lm and SIIm fciuma Halkl.y U Starrj. Harry F. Lee. who Is the efflcltnt stenographer In the law office of Hon. F. W. Clancy, will leave for Hallnp on Fri day ulght, where on the next day he will be united In marriage to Miss Emma Bulkley, daughter of Mrs. Dr. Harper, aud a ulec ot Mrs. W.A.Maxwell, of this city. immeaiHieiy arter ths ceremony the happy couple will leave Gallup for this city where they will re side lutbs future. Mies Bulkley Is a very pretty young lady, and tor some time wss the guest ot Miss Gertrude Maxwell, ot this city. Thb Citiien, in advance, extends to ths happy couple Its congratulations. Itral Ktt eacrlflno, It yon want to Invest a few hnndred dollars so as to doubls your money Inside of twelve mouths call ou J. M. Moore, ursui Duildlng. Special Sale. PECIAI Silks, Dress Goods, Embroideries and Ladies' Oxford Shoes. Our Prices, As Usual, Unmatehable. If Interested Rend On. NOTE. THE PRICES. MATCH THEM IF lOO Bilk WwUt Patterns 5 yards each, take your choice of any at eMi.ftO a pattern, they sold as high as $7 50. f SO Pleern of All-Wool Dtchh Good Special price 25c a yard, former prk-e from 35c to 50c a yard. Come e irly; they won't last lonj at these prices. 500 Piece of Enibroideriea Divided up in 5 lota at 2c, 5c, 8c, 10c and 13c a yard, worth double, biggest embroidery bargain ever shown in city. 200 Pairs Ladlea' Low-Cut Oxford Shoea All sizes and widths, at $1,-10 a pair, former price fiom $2.00 to $3 8j a pair. Shoe stores will charge you double for same good. 100 Pieces 3C-Iuch Percales At 7c a yard. A. J.' MALOY, Staple and Fancy Groceries! CLUB HOUSE CANNED GOODS! NOSH TO KQTJAL. 118 Kailroad Ayc, 0. lUCHEPlIf. KSTABLI8HR0 1SS9. HOTEL. Liquors, Wines, Cigars, Tobaccos BAR SUPPLIES. (If n oral Agent for W. J. Le nip's St. Louis Beer. ELEGANT RETAIL DEPAIIT3TENT OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Outside Ordera Promptly Attended to. Prices Reasonable and Satlefactlon Guaranteed. BAGHEGHI & GIOMI, Proprietors 107 & 109 Soath First Street, Albuquerque, N. M. DID YOU SAY DIAMONDS? Well we have a FEW; bright, snappy sparklers, f!rom $6 to $aoo, yet worth a third more. If April is your natal month, diamonds you should wear. Sample our price. watch issirrt tosi a t. a a. r. E. J. POST k CO., HARDWARE. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION, MADAM ADELAIDE. SCIENTIFIC PALMIST Do not confound PalmlMry with Fortune Telling. Palmletrjr I a etelaae. Madam Adelaide bu devoted year, to tint .tudy 10 the acbool ol V. to CHEIRO'3 THS WOSI.U USStTF.tr rtl.aUT. She read V DKK f.t'TLV from the line, in your hand., ot the put and future. What von are lint adapted for, whether lucky or unluiky. afarrlaiie. dleim-e. happinesa, and wdl warn you ot what. rer may Hand in your way In to. future. FEE: 50 Cents for Ladies and 75 Cents lor Gentlemen. Heading. given at 0 ssrTH HBO tilt a V, daily, from 10 to U a. m. and to S p. m. for a Mealfe time only. Come early and arntd the ru.h. m 17 im nPMDTTTr Q .,1 --It i U - i Special . . lllJ U UJjlJJjll llll J J Sale. DRY GOODS COMPANY. O 3NT BELL'S 8PMNGS CliEAMERY BUTTE!. THU FAM0C8. Albuquerque, N. M. 0. OfOMI. T..Y. MAYNARD, Jeweler. my. YOU CAN. I I SALE!