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THE DAILY CITIZEN
APRIL 15, 1WH
By instructions from Chase A
ban burn we arc authorized to Hell
Java and Mocha Co (Toe at the
45-cent coffee at. . .40 cents.
40-ceut coffee at. . .35 cents.
3 $ent coffee at ... 30 cents.
30-cent coffee at, , . 25 cents.
ascent coffee at ... 30 cents.
114 1. Mroad At., Albaqaerqae, 1. 1.
MONEY 10 LOAN
On piano. first-class fnrnitare, etc,
without renjal. Almi on diamonds.
watches, jewelry, life Insurance poll
rlnv Trust deed or an; good seour
It. Term verj moderate.
fo gonth Beeond street, Albnqnor
qua, New ileiloo, noil door to west
wo t o km Telegraph ofllca.
1$. A. HLEYSTEIt,
THE an MAN
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
BOOMS 11 A U CKOMWKLL BUX'K
a 4 GLAESNEK,
207 Railroad Ave.
N. T. ARMUO BllLDIXQ.
CALL AT THE
J. A. SKINNER,
Low Prkm and Courteous Trvsti.aml.
E. H. UUHBAR,
llouera Kenb-d. Kent Collected.
Ofllee. t4 Oold Att,Ur ThlrS HimI
For 10 emu dim.
Have yum .liirt lauudrlcd
And borne uo time.
At the Albnqucrquc Steam Laundry,
Uaraar OmI ava. aaat Hmtmmd at.
JAY A. HUBBS, Proprietor,
ALBUQUERQUE SHOE STORE,
llOH RAILROAD AVENl'K,
x. fahxinti, rroi.
LADIES' MEN'S AID CHILDBEI SHOES
To tha satisfaction ot patron. Repair
ing natly performed. Work guaranteed.
Albuquerque Fish Market...
Fresh Klah, Oysters, Lobsters,
Crabs, Shrimps, etc Baltimore
Oysters, treen over; day In bulk
aud cans. Headquarters fur
lireeeed Poultry, alall Orders
receive prompt attention.
2o and 20S South Second Street.
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
214 S. Second St
beat 011 hanii.
hoi it lied
h rra JJcllvery.
Wholesale end Retail.
Mall Ordere Solicited.
J. II. O'ltlELLY & CO.,'
ALBlQUKKyUK, NKW UKX1CO
MIUHLAMU Laval Hada Ualay
laaraaU fin. aampia Hoaaa.
Tin work. Whitney Co.
Stove repair at Kutrelle'a. '
floor malting. Whitney Co,
Curio and drawn work at Watson',
bicycles on Installments. Hahn A Co.
Plumbing and gaa otlicg. Whitney Co.
Kor good poultry go to the 8am Juki
Ladles' knit underwear tale this week
Klondike 8-day strike clock, only S3 at
Special hosiery sale at Tbe Koononilst
Bummer wash good of every variety
at tue big Btore.
Latest uoveltles In pompadour and lde
eomus. Huaenwald brother.
Chicken, spring chickens, docks and
turkey al lbs ban Jobs Uaukkt.
Tbe only truM to wear: "Tub A mat'
CAN biLVKS Tkibh," at Kuppe Preacrip
Wanted Lady o( bright business abll
Ity to go to Kl Peeo, acting a salmlady
Address W, general delivery, posioltiee.
It U Impowilble to make a mistake In
your spring buylug. It you eeleet from
the great lair priced (tuck of The Koouo
"Here la a lesson that be who run
may read; tbe man ou the Columbia ta
always In the lead.' fib and !&. hahn
Junt received a Urge awilgument of
fine California drape braudy, apriug "Vt,
wuivu w will eu 10 saioou Keeper at
Jilto per gallon. Original package. 0.
Bacueehl & U. Uloml.
Ladle wearing number 2U, 8 and 8.
hora, can eectir Some great bargains at
A. blmpler's oloalug out sals, a hs bas
an uuuaually large stuck ot these num
bers lu snot wblun muet be dUposed of
1 auy vaonsce.
A eootng oonpls, who arrlrsd In the
city uom ftl faao laat nlgut, mal an
early call al tus probate clerk's offlo tor
the ptirpueeot galling a marrlag Uoense.
juepnoa vi mi tuiury, nowever, was
more man toe iotsrick swain's pocket
Ixiek would allow, a it eonulued but
1 1 IB and the (o was 1160. Us si
plained ttist they had been married In
III. rtiurrh at Kl rami, but had rwelred
liotliiiig to eTlilpnre the fart. Irate pa
rent tiled k nullify the marriage and
fur this reaum they wanted to get mar-
rien over Hin ami tnia time hare aume-
thlng to ehow Tor It. The financial oh
atacle In the war. hnwerer. wae Inanr
monntahle, so they took their departure
wnn neary nearta.
The raee OT Blrrmn Blbo . Joae C,
fliillerrei wae on trial In th dlelrlcl
court to-day. This Is a suit upon the
atlarlinient or lt bale" ot alfalfa at
Hernallllo In (filler Marron
n-preefnt the plaint Iff. and Chllders A
Il.itMon the defendant All the evidence
was taken this forenoon and the raee
given to the Jury with Instructions this
W. K. Powars, the chief promoter and
owner or ma aiiiii inemue h and Tele
graph and Telephoiin ronipanv. retnrned
from Rland lat tilRlil, ami elated to-day
inai me line wonni ie in ntieratlun to
m irrow. Mr. i'liwara has Inetalled as the
Hland oterator J. II. Inihiiff, and expects
to no a good biiMineea rrom ilia start.
The cycling aeaeon Is now opening and
the prevailing question Is, "H here can I
get the beet wheel for the money I care
to Invent T' Let ns know your price. W
are certain to have a wheel that will tit
It. We have good wheels only, but have
mtny styles at many prices. Hahn A Co.
Jut received a car of the celebrated
American Rrewlng Company HI. Ixmis
Hoiiemian beer, trie peer of all pale hut
lied beers, hrewed from In choicest Bo
hemian hups, t'nequalled for family
n. Delivered free of charge. Lowen
thai X Meyers, sole agents.
Mrs. A. t). Whltxon entertained the
Kilo Klub this afternoon at her reetdence.
No 417 Bllver avenue. The lady was
rojauy amietea oy ner naugnter, Mrs.
Hold Whlteou, and Mies Uenevleve
C. A. Botlger, proprietor of tha "8nn
nyside Inn, of old town, is celebrating
me aoveni at nts nouea or a On baby
wnicn arnvea yeeterilay morning.
hk ClTi.r.N extends congratulations.
U. T. Morlartv.the Chlllll sheen rslser.
drove Into the city for euppllea yeeteriUy
afternoon. Ha will commence lamhlug
In a few days, followed a short time
later by spring shearing.
Re wlee and attend special sals at
)olden Hnle Dry Hoods company's. Kl-
iraoriiiuary low prices on silks, drees
goods, embroideries, low shoes and per
cales. A well pleased customer Is tha beet ad
vertisement. Axk a Columbia or Hart
ford rider If he is satlniled with bis
mount. & up. Hahn X Co.
Kor ona week we will make a suit of
clothes to your measure, all wool, well
tailored and trimmed for 110. Haider-
mau, 213 south Beouud street.
Dr. Alger, tha dentist, has removed his
office from tha Whiting building to tha
new Armljo building, oppoeite the opera
house, on Hallroad avenue.
To the Star minstrel: Rehearsal every
ulgut this week, at 7:30 o'clock, at tha
kindergarten ou south Becond street, ex
cept Baturday ulght.
Loweet prices ever made In city on
silks, drees goods, embroideries and per
cales this week at Uoldeu Kula Dry
The lateet In shirt waist sets are tha
Rob Ki y plaid seta and the antique jew
eled sets to match Jeweled belts. Rueen
An experienced bookkeeper and steno
grapher, reeident, desires a pneitlon.
Beet local references. D. C, box 443,this
Just arrived at towenthal A Meyers
another car of the famous Hchllls beer,
the bear that made Milwaukee famous."
Poetmaster K. A. Hrnnsfeld Is able to
be around again after being laid np for a
week witb a ssvere attack ot tonsilttls.
W have again Increased our orders
for poultry aud can poaltlrel supply you
to-morrow. Ban Jums Uarkkt.
Wanted Girl for general housework.
Mrs. W. W. MoClellan, No. tS north
Wanted A girl for general housework.
Inquire of Mrs. Altbelmer. 602 North
Don't forget tha Star Minstrels at tha
opera bouse on Wednesday night.
Kor Reut A furnished cottage'; good
location. Kuuulre at tha Albriirht Art
House cleaning time is here. Ruv ?onr
carpets and curtains at the Big Btore.
Columbia and Hartford blcvclea at all
prices from 16 up. Hahn A Co.
Kresh. tmr Persian Insect Dowder at
Ruppe's Prescription Pharmacy.
Kor Rent A fine Chlrkerins? Dlano.
Kuqulre 113 north Third street
Star Minstrels at the opera house on
Wednesday night, April 37.
Plenty of poultry at the Ban Johi
Special sals of black drees goods at
Bee the beautiful shirtwaists at II-
Blg.Oransfeld la laid up with la grippe.
Oysters at tba Ban Johk Mahkkt.
Picture frame. Whitney Co.
Fine stationary at Matson's.
Comparison is a friend of ours. Comparisons aro not odious
to the store sellincr the Ricrht Goods at Riurht V
iJ O - . w - w . V W VHU
"other fellows" who hate them. Comparison proves our prices
the lowest and the quality of our goods unsurpassed.
Best Sugar Cured Hams I0C
California Apricots, per can !!!!!!!!!!!!"" ioc
California Peaches, per can loc
California Pears, per can , . i oc
3 Cans California Tomatoes ajc
Good Sugar Corn, per can ioc
X -pound can Van Houten's Cocoa ."..'.".'..'."."!.'.!!.'.'!! 40c
i-pound can Van Houten's Cocoa . ! 73c
4 pounds Choice Prunes !!!.!!!!!!!!!!.!.'!! 25c
Beef Steak and Onions, per can , ..." ! aoc
Pork and Beans in Tomato Sauce ioc
Broiled Mackerel in Mustard ioc
3 Packages Kingsford'a Corn Starch , 25c
3 Packages Silver Gloss Laundry Starch 25c
Choice Raisins, per pound ...!.'!! 5c
3 pounds Best London Layer Raisins . ! !!!'.!!.. ! a c
Finest Swiss Cheese, per pound aoc
18 pounds Best Potatoes ,' ! '. ac
a cans Salmon !...!!!".!!! '. '. '. 15c
i-pound sack Duke's Mixture Tobacco with a Pipe . .' '. 35c
Piper Heidsieck Tobacco x jC
The Celebrated Swan Down Flour, sold under positive guarantee, your money back
if it does not please you f I-45
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 sre now better
than ever prepared to fill, in all lines, with goods that are cool
and breezy, neat and nobby, and above all, high grade and
'Ladies' bhlrt Waists.
In Cotton and Bilk, from 5n CMite to 1 10
each. Yon may be able tog t them cheap
er In price, but then cheaper In quality
also Oiirealsteare maileon the customer
making plsn. T ie; are sewed, 11 it s ark
ttg-ther. They are mads to lit. and all
of a nice quality ot cloth, even tha cheap-
eel. w a guarantee them to be thlsyesr's
latest product, amontwhirh the Rus Isn
(House waist Is the prevailing style,
Ladles' Silk Mlttmnd
Prom 2)1 rents to $l,no a pair, In regular
and extra lengths, In black, white and
all Imaginable colors.
Lawns Dimities and
Lawn worth 10c at Ac a yard
Dimities worth 15c at 10c a yard
Organdies and Ltppets 15c a yard
12-yard patterns, Quest Imported Organ
dies, per pattern 13.60
The same thing, yon pay STe and 40c per
yard for elsewhere.
We close at 6 P. M. every evening, excepting
Saturdays and Pay Days.
THB CUT lit BRIEF.
Personal aad General Paragraphs Picked
Up Hers aad There.
Miss Claude Albright wilt sing In th
St John's church at the morning servlee
Dr. Oreenburg will deliver a lecture at
Albert Congregation hall at 8 o'clock this
evening, on tha subject "Is Life Worth
Th Kttrella literary society held forth
at tba New Mexico nuiversity this after
noon. Owing to Just recovering from an
attack ot the grip. Ulna Claude Albright
did not sing as had besn advertised.
Conductors Hank and Carson brought
In tha soldier train from tha west this
morning, the former being In charge ot
tha Kort Apache soldier train aud th
latter tha Whipple Barracks train. The
soldiers paaaed through here at 2 o'clock
a. m, and Col. Da Rusl was In command.
Tha Woodmen' Circle story-telling
contest last night created no end of
amusement and fun. air. K. N. Cum
min gs wa awarded tha first prise for
telling the moat comical story, and D, B-
Phllllps was given the booby prise tor
relating th poorest example of tha story
Mrs. Solomon Luna, of Los Lunas, who
Is on of New Mexico' composite picture
representatives at the Omaha exposition,
came In from her home last night, and
registered at Bturgea' European. The
New York Journal of last Sunday, which
arrived here this morning, coutalns a
number ot pictures of the composite
beauties, and among the list la that of
Victor Sals, a well-known sheep raiser
and ranchman of Valencia county, Is In
tha city, registered at Bturgea' Kuropean.
Mr. Sals Is making preparations tor the
lambing of hi flocks of sheep, aud states
that the prospects for a good season of
lambs are very good. He sold this after
noon ! calves to Henry Williams at
110.76 a bead. Mr. Sals will leave tor
Tha funeral of little David Klmer, son
of Mr. aud Mr. Ilauk Thomas, took place
this afternoon at the borne of tha be
reaved parents, at 317 South Kill th street.
aud the precious little remains were con
signed to a Dual resting place In Kalr-
Indian and Persian l awns. Striped Dim
ities, Chsckel NalnsToks,Klne, Plain and
Drt!e1 Swisses, frim the chepnst-lf
you want t i consider your porketbook
t i as fine a quality as yon may desire;
also lower than )oit can find the same
Lam and Embroideries
An Immense stock at a saving to you of
25 per cent. Sea for yourself,
fluaranteed lower than elsewhere.
2 f r,.
And 50c each for Lists Thread Vests.
vlew cemetery. The burial was under
the supervision ot Undertaker Montfort,
while Rev. Allen oOlolated at ths funeral.
Thi Citizen offers Its eondolenos to the
Joseph Glover, who was at Bland, re
turned to this city last night He state
that tha people up there are still In doubt
as to whom they desire to set as deputy
sheriff ot the Cocliltl district Some of
the Blandltes favored Mr. (Hover, but on
seeing that there were others not entirely
satisfied, tbe gentleman returned to this
Mrs. J, R. McKIa cams up from Las
Cruces last night, expecting to meet her
husband. Judge J. R. MeKie, from Bants
Ke, but tha Judge was detained, sod fail
ed to reach the city. Mrs. MoKle has s
room st the Hotel Highland, and th
Judge will undoubtedly arrive this even
The attendance at the Klrula contin
ues large and the Interest is unabated.
B. Kupl la leading In the firemen's
badge conte-it and Kloela Yrlsarrl In tbe
doll contest The supper, which was
given each evenlug, will be discontinued
from this on. , .
M. F. Myers, who has ehargs of th res
taurant at the Albemarle mine, np lb tbe
Cochlll district, came In from Bland last
night, and Is at Bturgea' Kuropean. He
is here to purchase some needed sup
plies. Wallace Klsllugbury, Joseph Rlchter
and W. J. Gillespie, all from Wlnslow,
came In from tha west last night and
they have rooms at Stnrgea' Kuropeau.
8weet breads, brains, pork tenderloins,
spare ribs, farm sausage, poultry, spring
lamb, oysters, young veal and Kansas
City mutton at the Ban Joss Market.
("has. MrKlnney, of Cripple Creek, Col
orado, came lu from the north last night,
aud Is registered witb Mine Host Owen,
of tha Graud Central.
II. Isaacs, the division baggage agent
for the Santa Ke Pacldo and Southern
California at Lo Angeles, is In the city
There will be a free concert, followed
by dancing, at the Orchestrion ball to
morrow night, and everybody invited.
V. Levy went down to Kl Paso last
J) rtr"'f N.
See Our &00 Hats.
See Our $1.90 Hats.
They Are World-Beaters.
1 smash aw sBhwa am.mf at - w
Donahoe Hardware Co,
Corner Rllroid"Av nnd Third St,
THE GREAT MAJESTIC
. T"V I
THE GREAT MAJESTIC
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE.
John Deere Plows, Fish Bros'. Wagons,
Walter A. Wood Mowers, Mnjesllc ltangcs
Stationery, School Books,
CilERlS AID PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES.
We Carry a Complete Line of Legal Blanks, Wank Books, Cigars,
and Tobacco, Magazines, Periodicals and Newspapers.
O- A.MATSON& Co.
205 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
SATt'KOAt'S SPECIAL 8 A tit
AT THK lll'SV STOHK.
7 Bar White Russian soap, 25c.
2 Cans best white cherries, 2oe.
2 Cans best Bartlett pears, 25a.
Krench muxhrooms, 2 c.
J. B. Pace's scroll eat tobacco In tin
a tans sardines In oil, Sto.
23 eeut slis ei tracts In (rlH-s jugs, loo.
2 lbs. bent creamery hutur. sfn.
Wat Kikkk, Fruprietor.
Col. Walter O.Uarmou and his brother,
K. O. Uarmon, are In the city from La-
P. J. 8ullivan, ot Anaconda, Montana,
la among ths late arrivals at the (Irautl
Henry Ksslnger, ot Cincinnati, a par
ticular friend ot Mr. aud Mrs. K. K. Htur
gm. Is In the elty.
John C. flemmons, a miner and pros
pector ot the Uermusa, N. M , district, Is
in the city stopping at the European.
W. W. Gibson and wife, ot Las Vegas,
have rooms at the Hotel Highland. Mr.
Gibson la connected with the Banta Fe
Dr. Bliadrach returnod last night from
Bellemont. where he attended to some
amall poi cases for the Sauta Ke railroad
W. J. Hanna, otSan Uarclal, or the San
ta Vs railway water service down on the
division, Is In the elty, and can be found
at the Hotel Highland.
Deputy Sheriff Tate, of Lincoln county,
returned from Banta Ke last night with
oue ot ths men who Is accused of cattle
stealing In Lincoln county.
J. 11. MoCutcheon. the editor ot the
Socorro Industrial Advertiser, spent a
few hours between trains in this city
last ulght, returulug south this morning.
C. K. Crary, general auditor of the
Santa Ke Paclllc, with headquarters at
Los Angeles, came In from ths west lat
night, aud Is around auioug his Albu
4uerjue friends to-day.
C. B. Morrison, of Chicago, one ol
Cuele Sam's many mall carriers In that
bnsy city, bas chosen Albuquerque as a
place to recover his health, Impaired by
ths severs winter of the city by tbe lake.
Chas. H- Blumer, ot 1 Paso, reached
ths city last night sad Immortalised
himself at tbe Hotel Highland a few
uiluutes later. Manager Wright as
signed ths gentleman to room U, where
upon hs remarked: "This Is ths Uth of
April; I am eelebratlug uiy fourteenth
advent In the south went; bsv beeu
given room No. 14, aud have here a bot
tle of Kentucky bourbon JunI fourteen
years old to-day."
f In all the newest and most be
'3 coming' shapes and colors, to fit
n7 h", we re displaying; In
liht weight Derbvi. Fedoras.
and all kinds of soft and stiff
hats for men and bora, We
have a fine assortment of Bicycle
and Golf dps at bed rock prices.
. a a a a. a j fa.aaaaiaaa a to
I'ses lets futl than any other. Ths
heaviest oven platra utel In any range
The Rratns can be changeil lustantlv
from coal to wihnI.
Im.naiiok IUkixvaks Co.
Schlltl malt extral-t a Innlx ami an In.
vliirat'r; no hnu-wholil Hhoiihl be with
out It; It builits np ami strengthens the
"VHteiu of the weak and ilehllltateil.
htpecially recoiiiuieiided to persons suf
fering: from ImliKeHtion and dyspepsia.
i.uxriitiiai iv neyers, sole agents.
Calvin Whiting, insurance.
Silks, Dress Goods,
Ladies' Oxford Shoes.
Our Pi-iees, As Usual, Unmatehable.
If lnUrtel Head On.
NOTE THE PRICES.
MATCH THEM IF
IOO Silk Wul.t ruttenis-s yardj each, lake your choice ol any al S:l.JO a tamer.,, ihey jd a
nigu as r7'5o
.30 IMece of 'All-Wool DreHH Goot-Special price ','flc a yard, former price from 35c to Soc a
yard. Come eirly; they won't last lonj at these prices.
.500 Pler,.H of rmbroltlerles-Divided up in S lot. at - c, 5f, He, lOc aud 1.5c a yard, worth
double. Biggest embroidery bareain ever shown n citv. '
200 Palrn Ladle.' Low-Cut
from Sa.oo to i 8 a rair
100 Pieces 30-Inch Percales
A. I MALOY,
NONH TO RQDAL.
118 Bailroad Ave.,
O. RACHEHI. ESTABLISHED 1S.
Wholesale Dealers In
General Agents Tor W. J. Lcmp's St. Louis Boer.
ELEGANT KETAIL 1) E I A HTM ENT
OPEN IAY AM) N I (II IT.
Outside Order Promptly Attended to.
Prlcea Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
BAGHEGHI & CIOMI,
107 & 109 South First Street, - - Albnqnerqne, 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. MAY NARD, Jeweler.
WATCH INaritt'TOal A.. 1. at M. K. MY.
E. J. POST & CO.
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
Do nol cnnfoiind Palmltry with Fortune Telllnir. ralml.trr a a Mrlrare
Madam Adelaide liaa devote ! yeara to tint ttudy id the achool of
T,,KW.?K,.',, ,, s!TieajT ru,iar. Bi..a i'ONr.rvi.v
from the llnea In your hand;, ot the piwt an. I future. Wli.it you are Lest aclnote l
for, whether lu, ky or onlu. ky. atarnne, ilieon-e, hapi'iiieM. and w II warn iVii
of whatever may atand la your way In the future. y
FFE: 60 Cents lor Ladies
Heading. ''"', HBOAD
p. m. fora a.laatlea time only.
Tin? nriT new
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Oxford Shoes-AU sizes and widths, .it S 1.10 a pair, former price
sv,n. u;n . .i..u 1 . 1 r lurintr Pnc
..... vwaii. ju uuuLuc i T same good4.
At 7o a yard.
Albuquerque, N. M.
and 75 Cents lor Gentlemen.
W v. daily, from 10 to H a. m. and S to S
Come early and avoid the ru.h.
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