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THE DAILY CITIZEN AI-RlyrKKglK, APRIL IA, 1HVW By instructions from Chase A San burn we arc authorized to sell Java and Mocha Coffee at the following prices: 45-cent coffee at, . .40 cents. 40-cent coffee at.. .35 cents. 3 $ent coffee at ... 30 cents. 30ent coffee at ... 25 cents. 25-cent coffee at ... ao cents. ED. CLOUTilIEK ill 1. BiUroad At., alboqnorqne, 1. 1. MONEY TO LOAN On pianos, flril-clai furniture, etc, wlttiont removal. Alsoon diamonds, watches, Jewelry, life tnauranrw poli cies. Trust deeus or any good secur ity. Terms very modrraK li. SIMPSON. 80S Booth Second street. Albnqtier que. New Mexico, next door to Ami rn liolon Telegraph office. B. A. iLiLEYSTEU, 1XSUR1XCE IEAL BST1IR. K0T1RT PUBLIC Aulomtlc Telephone No. 174. KOOM8 It A 14 CKOMWKU, BLOCK & GLAESNEK, Tailors 207 Railroad Ave ft. T. AKMIJO BL1LD1XQ. CALL, AT THE PEOPLE'S STORE. (UHjHLAND BL'ILDINU.) FKESH GROCERIES. FRUITS. VEGETABLES J. A.SKLNNER, Low Prices and Courteous TrutucnU E. H. UUHBAR, Hll IN Roal Eatato, UnaM Hcntrd, Kent. Collected. Iamu. Negotiated. IIm,IM boia A.,CorThlrri Sir. Knr 10 crnt dime. Have your tUIrt UuuUrlvd Aod butu 00 tiujtt. At tbc Albaqacrqat Steam Liindrj, Vmrnf CmJ u4 ! l t. JAT A. HUBBS, Proprietor, rkm 41. ALBUQUERQUE SHOE STOKE, 110H RAILROAD AVENUE, X. PAnHNTI, Xrop. MAKES LADIES' IRVS AKD CH1LDBEI SHOES To the satisfaction of patrons. Repair ing natly performed. Work guaranteed. Lowest price. AlbnqnerqnA Fish Market... Kresn Klsh, Oyntera, Lobsters, Crabs, bhrlmps, sic. Baltimore Oysters, freeh every day In bulk aud can. Headquarters fur liremed Poultry. Mali Orders receive prompt attention. 20 sad 20S South Second Sireet. 1882 18U8 F.G.MC0.! Sole' Affent inu and brand otxU. DKAI IRfl IN STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES 214 S. Second St. Millatxiru Creamery Butter Beat on r-artii. ( Helen Solicited I'm LMIvery. Drugs! Wholesale and Retail. Mall Orders Solicited. J.ll.O'lUELLY & COI ALBIQUKRQIK.NKW MKXICO CITY NEWS. UIOMLAMU-Loitaly HwU-lMlajr iaaraau Via Sample Koaaa. Tin work. Whitney Co. Htov repairs at Futrelle's. Floor matting. W tittney Co. Curios and drawu work at Uatson's. Bicycles on liibtalluieuta. Ilahn A Co. Plumbing and gas titling. Whitney Co. Ladles' kolt uuderwear sals this week at mold's. Special hosiery sale at Ths Koououilxt this week. Hummer waeb goods of every variety at tlia Big btore. Wall papr at Futrelle's from 'ie. per double roll and up. Attend the sieclal sale of shirt waist at in &eououiiMl this week. Latest novelties in pompadour aud side couiua. Hoaeuwaia Brother. The usual baturday night free lunch will be served al the Zniger cafe this evening. The ouly truss to wear: "Trk Amkhi CAN BILVKH THl'Mb," at Kuppe Preevnp- turn ruaiuiacy. Thirty bicycle suits cloning out at cost, all new goods. Aleo tllly bicycle pauio. c. l,. n aeuuuru a uo. It Is lniXMwible to make a ni Intake In your spring buying, It you eeleci from Ihs great talr priced stool of The Kcouo- Uilel. "Here Is a lesson that be who runs may read; the uiau ou the Columbia is al ways In ths lead. ' a if aud I ISo. Uahu If you cannot find ths goods at ths Koobouilet 11 Is no us ta king eleewhers Is the eumnjou expreeeluu aiuougel the ladle of Albuquerque. Juet received a large assignment of fine California Grape braudy, spring VS, which we will sell to saloon keepers at at.iu per gauou. original paokag. U bacueeul A i. bloml. K. L. Washtnru A Co., are offering all- wool mens suits at f. bUck woieted suiu al JJ aud 10 aud twelve styles of Cue all-wool men's suits la gray and brown mixtures at 111 each. Ill good, guaranteed. This sveulng. at Orchestrion hall, there win u a graua rres Concert, followed by aa hour's dauolng. Mausger Trimble MAN h Inatrneted tr)efrnfiaornf the trig In a(nimiil In pl nil the national airs, to exhlhu to ths audience thernr- tnln 11 "in which Moro Cattle In no vividly ortrayed The rlty council will meet neit Mon day, and, after tranatlng a few minor matter, the Aubrlght adminlatratlon will utop down and nut, turning the af fair" of the rlty over to Mayor elect Clan ry and the new board of aldermen. The people of Allini)iierqiie will mine enrh ehrewd. careful, paliiHtaking cnunellinen ae Aldermen Montfort ami Horner, and the mayor, with Alilermen lxmhardo, Johiieton and Cummlng-a, will llnd It a Tery hard taek to keep the majority from hoeping nimrceansry dehte npon the tax pay ere of the rlty, hut conservative cltt tn aay that Ktirkliart, Klek and Neu etH will be found Kith the people. The delivery team of the Vienna hakery ran away thle mori l g while standing nuhltoowl on (told at -nne. They ran ae far ae Third etreet ht-n they turnrd and ran north to Tljrea toed, where they again turned In an easterly direction. After running for eeveral block a they were etopped without having done any partlrnlar damage. The cycling eeaeon la now opening and the prevailing qneetlon la, " here can I get the beat wheel for the money 1 rare tolnveety Iet na know your price. We are certain to have a wheel that will lit It We have good wheela only, tint have many styles at many price. Ilahn A Co. Mr. W. A. Davie, wife of a popular en gineer on the banta Ke Pacific, wae a pawnirer from YMiikIow laat night, lieing met at the depot by her daughter, Miee (irace liavie. who te here attending the Cnlverrtity. They took a room for the night at Mtnrgee' Kuropean. J u t received a car of the celebrated American Brewing Com mil y Ht. Iuls Hohemlao heer, the peer of all pale bot tled beer, brewed from the rhoiceat Bo hemian hop. Unequalled for family uae. Iiellvered free of charge. Lowen thal A Meyers, ole agent. M. I'. 81 am in furnlxhed the lemon, and l. rVeilier A Co. the sugar naed In making the lemonadea at the booth pre nided over by Mrs. Maeon at the Catholic Klrmla, and the ladlee. In consequence, extend their thanks to Veeer. htaojin and Weiller. Cha. Iletxgar, who left the city sev eral weeks ao for a vieit to his folks over In Uermuny, has been spending his vacation In New York, but has sent word to Col. Jacob Metrgar that he expects to sail for the old country some time to-day. Don't forget the sumptuous Sunday dinner which will be nerved at the Mid land hotel, on North Third street, tomor row. A splendid bill of fare lias been prepared and yon can depend upon en joying a fine dinner If yon go there. The ball to be alven by Adah Chsnter. No. 6, 0. K. 8. will take place at the Armory ball on Tuesday evening, April Ht. The ladies report bavins sold a larire number of tickets aud they guarantee a good time to all who will attend. There are only fifty pair of ladle1 com mon eenae high button shoes left at Himpier'e great cloning out sale. They lutiHt be dixpoaed of and ths regular (5 shoes are going at fl per pair. The Star minstrels, to be given by Mies Rlla Abrams and company, will appear at Grant' opera honee on April '17. Tick ets are being sold at a lively rata. H aerved seats 1. If you ride a bicycle or ever Intend to, go at once to K. L. V aehburn It Co. for a hlcvcle suit, or odd pante, a they are closing their entire Hue at coxt. If yon want to save from $5 to 115 on your spring suit and have the niceat lius in town to nelert from call ou Haider man, 13 south Hecond etreet. Dr. Alger, ths dentist, ha removed hi olllce from ths Whiting building to the new Armljo building, oppoelte the opera house, on Kali road avenue. Lowest prices ever mads In city on alike, drees good, embroideries and per nale this week at Golden Rule Dry (toods company's. All Maeous, with their wives and sweethearts, ought to attend ths Adah Chapter ball at the Armory ballon next Tueeday night. Jut arrived at Lowenlhal A Meyers another car of the famous Hchllts beer, 'the beer that made Milwaukee famous." The Kconomlxt has ths Urgent and beet selected stock of spring and summer goods ever bruught to this city. It may be a raw, disagreeable evening, but you will llnd It comfortable and Dleaa- aut at the Zelger Cats. Kutrelle, corner Gold and First streets. will eell you good wall paDer at ll2'e double roll and np. flood all wool boys' school suits, all new goods at IH.DO. K. L. Washburn A Co. House cleaning time Is hers. Buy your carpets and curtains at the Big Store. There are now over 600 men employed In the Hnnta Ke shops In this city. Columbia and Hartford bicycles at all prices from $36 np. ilahn A Co. Kresh, pure Persisn Insect powder at Kuppe's f reecrlpllon fliarmacy. Kurnlehed house for rent. Call at No. 206 South Arno. Picture frames. Whitney Co. Fins stationary at Matson's. Compare the Comparison is a to tho store selling the Right Goods at Uicrht Pi V ' l J f - aaw vssv "other fellows" who hate them. Comparison proves our prices the lowest and tho quality of our goods unsurpassed. Best Suirar Cured Hams , I0C California Apricots, per can !!!!!!!!!!!!.!" 10c California Peaches, per can " JOC California Tears, per can .'."!!.'.!!..'!!.'!! I oc 3 Cana California Tomatoes !.'!!!'. a$c Good Suo;ar Corn, per can ioc -pound can Van llouten'a Cocoa ..'.'ii.'.'.'l.'.'. i.'ii).",'! 40c 1 -pound can Van llouten'a Cocoa . ! 72c 4 pounds Choice Prunes 25c Ileef Steak and Onions, per can 20c Pork and Heani in Tomato Sauce ."!!...!.!""! ioc ..roiled Mackerel in M ustard i ioc 3 Packages Kmgsford s Corn Starch 25c 3 Packages Silver CJloss Laundry Starch '.'.!.'.!!!....!!'.".'.!'.'. 25c Choice Raisins, per pound t" t " jC 3 pounds Best London Layer Raisins '. 25c Finest Swiss Cheese, per pound , ' ' ' ' 20c 1 8 pounds Best Potatoes ,' . ! '. a sc 2 cans Salmon ljc i-pound sack Duke's Mixture Tobacco with la Pipe. '. 35c Piper Heidsieck Tobacco Xjc The Celebrated Swan Down Flour, sold under positive guarantee, your money'back if it does not please you f 1.45 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 are now better than ever prepared to fill, in all lines, with goods that are cool and breery, neat aod nobby, and above all, high grade and low priced. LmlitV Milrt VtahU. In Cotton snl 811k. from GO rnts to 110 ech. You may be sMtog-t them cheap er In price, but then cheaper la quality alao. Ouraalstearemadenn theruatomer making plan, Tueyare sewed, not s nek U gcthe', They are mails 1 1 Dt, and all of s nice quality of cloth, even the cheap est. We guarauteetheni to be Ihlsyesr's latest product, smoni which ths Bus Ian Blouse waist Is the prevailing style, Ladies' Silk Mitts and (J lores From 20 cents to ll.no a pair, la regular and extra lengths, In black, white and all Imaginable colors. Lawns Dimities and Organdies. Lawn worth 10e t Re a yard Dimities worth 15c at Ulei yard Organdies and Lappets 15c a yard 12-yard patterns, finest Imported Organ dies, per pattern 13.50 The same thing, you pay 8io and 40c per yard for eleewhers. We close at 6 I M. every evening, excepting Saturdays and Pay Days. ROSENWALD BROS. THB CUT lit BRIEF. rcrseaal aid Gcaeral Paragraph! Picket Dp Here and There. There Is no cass on trial In the district court to-day. The Jury Is excused until Monday. Henry Kjiupenlch Is suffering from a pin wound on one of bis bands. Ills hand will be all right in a few days. The adult dancing elans of Mrs. Wal ton's school will meet Monday evening, at H o'clock, at banquet hall, opera house. Ray Farr, ods of the twins of ths Parr, household, Is reported getting along nice ly, lis foil the other day, aud cut his bead In several places. Mrs. John L. Stephens received a tele gram yesterday announcing the danger ous Illness of her sister, Mrs. Frsuk A Chavra, at Los Lunas, and she left for there yesterday afternoon. Ths Jury In the case of Hlnion Bibo vs. Jose C. Outlerret, returned a sealed ver dict last night which was opened in eonrt this uwrnlng. The Jury found for ths plaintiff and assessed ths property at $117. Qulrkel A Roths have mads elaborate preparations for ths eutertainment of their patrons at the Zsiger Cafe this even ing. In addition to the choice liquid re freshments a bountiful free lunch will be served. The town of Gallup has commenced in Injunction suit against Patrick Canavan to compel blra, to remove a house from Third street in Gallup, which is alleged to be a public nuisance and an obstruc tion to trade aud travel. Judge J. R.McFle arrived last night from banta Fe, and, accompanied by his estimable wife who was hers all day yes terday, returned to the territorial capi tal on the north-bound No. 2 passenger train an hour afterwards. Harry Lee and Al Codington went to Gallup last night where the former was Jolued In marriage this morning to Mies tmuis Bulkier. The newly wedded eouple will probably return to Albu querque on this afternoon's trala. A steady downpour of water, direct from the clouds, started about 11 o'clock laet night, and kept np its gladness until friend of ours. Comnarisona am not. nilimia White Goods. Indian and Persian Lawns. Striped Dim ities, Chackel NalnaToks,Flne, Plain and Dot'et 8wlse. frm the eheapet If you want U r insider y-nir po ktlxsik to as fins a quality a yon may d wire; also lower thaa yon can find the same good elsewhere. Lam and Lmbrolderles. An Immense stock at a saving to you of 2.1 per cent. See for yourself, Ladles' Underwear. Guaranteed lower than elsewhere. Ecru Vests. 4 for. t f r J for. .15c .25 ,.35c White Vests. J for 2 for 2 for 2 for .loc ,.25c , 45e 56c And COe evil for Lisle Thread Vrala. noon to-day. From all accounts, ths rain seems to be general all over the territory, and the stockmen, especially the sheep raisers, are In consequence extremely happy. Minnie Pennington, who was bound over to ths grand Jury by Justice Durao on ths charge of larceny from ths person, furnished bond In ths sum of 11(10 y ester nay afternoon and was released. She was ar rented soon after with Birdie Lee, another old town brunette, on ths charge of vagrancy. They pleaded guilty to this charge before Jiistloe Durau this morn Ing and were given sixty days esch In ths county Jail. ThsCerrlllos Register says: "Mrs. C. A. Hudson and Miss Kdlth Keuner, of Albu querque, sisters of Mrs. Btrtha Davis, of Madrid, cams up Saturday night aud spent Sunday with their sister. They re turned horns Sunday night accompanied by Mrs. Davis, who will remain some time.' Mrs. Davis will return to Madrid this evenlug. John Cornetto, of the Metropolitan res taurant, was formerly bead waiter In the Brown Palace hotel, Denver, and be thor oughly understands his business. The Metropolitan Is the best restaurants In the city. The bill or fare of ths Sunday dinner Is elsewhere in this paper. Mr. aud Mrs. II. B. Thomas desire to thank their neighbors and many frlsnds for their manifest sympathy and kind ness expressed to them over tbs death of their little sou, David Klmer, which was chronicled lu Thi Citi.km Thursday af ternoon. B. T. Kelly, of Laniy, Is stopping at Sturges' Kuropeau. Its states that the Lamyltes are anxious for war with Spain, and a smnll-slxed company of fighters could be picked up amoug the plnon trees surrounding ths town of Lamy, Charles Harper, of ths Polsoni Mining company at Hell canyou, Is In the city. He reports great activity at the camp and says that his company are now working on ths tuunel. If you want forue warming, rxhlleiat lugdrluk, a fins cigar or a delightful free lunch call at ths ZolgerCats to night. Miss Cornell, of Brooklyn, N. V., is vis iting in ths city, aud Is stopping with Mrs. N. B. Miller, on South Bread way. Prices. il w "a V M r J Pi3 See OurSOO Hats. See Our $00 Hats. See Our 25c. Caps. They Aro World-Beaters. SIMON STERN, Tho R. R. Avenue Clothier. at' Donahoe Hardware Co, Corner RnilroRrl Av. nnd Third St, THE GREAT MAJESTIC o p () Id bl a u THE GREAT MAJESTIC SHELF AKD HEAVY HARDWARE. John Deere Flows, Fish Bros'. Wagons, Walter A. Wood Mowers, Majestic Mangos. Stationery, School Books, C1IEB1S AID PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES. We Carry a Complete Line of Legal Wanks, Blank Books, Cigars, and Tobacco, Magazines, Periodicals and Newspapers. O.A.MATSON&CO. 205 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE. Ooa-Fara Kata. The Banta Ke railroad has mails a one tare round trip rate from all points on its svutm to Albnqnerqus tor the spring rare niwtlng. Tbs rate kos Into sftact Mar 3, aud Is good until May U. Allm qaritis Is receiving a vaxt aiumint of advertising from time racw, and ths IiiihIiimm uin of ths city Nhoiild support them susrgstically. Don't forgttt ths grant free lunch that will be served at the Zeiger L'srethls even ing. fKUSONAL rAKAUKAfllS Harry Owen, ths clerk of ths district court went to Sauta Ke last night. Ralph Halloran, the Insurance man, Is back from a business trip lu the north ern part ot the territory. J. U. Bohrman and wife, reglaterlng trow Ban VrsuciHCo, came In from the west and ars stopping at the Kuropeau. W. A. Kohlnson and Hen, Bwarts, of Sauta Ke, earns In from ths north hint night and are stopping at ths (irand Central. As stated in Tut Citizkn yentenUy af ternoon, C. W. Keunedy returned from Ihs City of Uexloo last night, and he re ports himself In pretty good health. Fred. vVhitetnan, In the train service of the Banta Ke railway, aud B. U. Crulk shank came In from 8au Maruial last ulght, and are stopping at the Hotel Highland. C. W. Potter, the general western agent of thsiKtna Kirs lusurance company, Is here, and to-day Is being eutertalued by the local agent of ths company, Col. Cal vin Whiting. W. A. Hawkins, for years an attorney of Silver City, now located at Kl I'iso as ths counsellor ot ths Kl Paeo A North eastern railroad, came In from ths south last ulght and eoutlnued north to Sauta Ke. Urn. J. H. Hutchinson, who has been ill In this city for a number of mouths, re turned to her horns at Hprluger laat ulght, being accompanied north by her bueband, who Is ths MethodlMt nilnlater of that town. W. F. Powers, president and general mauager of the Albuquerque-Bland Tel egraph and Telephone company, lift tor Banta Ke last night, aud ou to morrow he expects to be at Illaud. Hs will return to this city Monday night. J. M. Tyler, the popular banker of So corro, came lu from ths south last ulaht, and has bis nams on ths regtxter at blur ges' Kuropeau. Mr. Tyler reports hie section ot New Mexico In a very prosper ous condition, aud states that the mines ot ths several adjaoeut districts are pro dnolng good mlueral-bearlug ores. ol SPRING HATS In all the newest and most becoming- shapes and colors, to fit any head, we are displaying- In light weight Derbys, Fedoras, and all kinds of soft and ttiff hats for men and bo vs. We have a fine assortment of Bicycle and Golf Caps at bed rock prices. PJ f1. Wa) Majnallo Hail( I'ses less fuel than anv other. Ths heaviest oven platen uaed In any range. The grates can bs changed Instantly from coal to wood. IIOSAHOK llAHIlWAKK CO. 8fhlltt malt extract, a tonic and an In vlgorator; no household ehould bs with out it; it builds up snd strengthens ths HVHteru ot the weak and debilitated. K-peclally recouiiuendeil to persons suf fering from IniligeHllou and dyspepela. Lnweulhal A Meyers, sole agents. Calvin Whiting, Insurance. m l i i -1 ii ii ii mm Special Sale. FECIAL Silks, Dress Goods, Embroideries and Ladies' Oxford Shoes Our Prices, As Usual, Unmatehable. If Interi'Htetl Uoail On. NOTE THE PRICES. MATCH THEM IF lOO Silk WMlHt ratterns-5 yards each, take your choice of any at S:i.5 a pattern, they sold as lUcv of AH-Wool iJrt'HM Ooo.ln-Special price !Sc a yard, former price from c to eOC a yard. Come early; they won't last Ion j at these prices. SOO Ple..S of Embroiderleii-Divided up in 5 lots at He, Wc and l.'.c a yard, worth double. UiL'irest embroidery bareain ever shown in citv. !iOO 1'alrHl.niIUV Low-Cut Oxford Shooa-All sizes and widths, at S 1.1 0 a pair, former price irom J3 GO to 1 a nair. Shoe atnrpa j - j 100 Pieces 30-Inch Percales A. J. MALOY. ntiil.tiim Staple and Fancy Groceries! .C-M aar CLUB HOUSE CANNED GOODS! VOKK TO BQDAL. 118 Railroad Aye., i 0. BACHED!!!. K9TABLIHHKD 1SS9. ' HOTEL. Wholc.ale Liquors; Wines, Cigars, Tobaccos BAR SUPPLIES. (Jf neral Agents for W. J. Letup's St. Louis Iiccr. ELEGANT KETAIL DEPAKTMENT OPEN DAY AND MIGHT. I Outside Order Promptly Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed. BACHECHI & GIOMI, ; jfropnotors, 4 107 & 109 Sontu First Street, . Albaqaerqne, N. M. j 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. Simple our prices. T. Y. MAYNARD, Jeweler. WSft'H lNMrK-TOK ' M. ST. SI'. E. J. POST & CO., HARDWARE. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROM IT ATTENTION. AT.TlTJQtTBIlQTJIl MADAM ADELAIDE. SCIENTIFIC PALMIST Do not confound Palmlalrr with Fortune Telling. Palmlalrr a rimrt Madam Adelaide nua devoted yearn to Una aludy 10 the achool n( CHEIRO" 7'M,'V,,,f,,,,;,,',' '"KTS-sr ai.Vllair. 8l.ere.da I IIKHM ri.Y from the llnea III ynu, handa, ol tlir pa and future. Wlut vou are Ih-.I aiUule I j wh.r,h" ,u 'k" or nnlmky. atarriane, dleon e, h,pme, and will warn you ot whatever mayaund Id your way la PTE: 50 Cents for Ladies ncauiiigiKiven nainaoi Ttl IMUWI', daily, from 10 to 14 a. m. and S to 6 nine uuiy. .llD uULLIdIi JlIL DRY GOODS COMPANY. O 1ST -- p,-- J uuuuic lUl 5JII1C IJOIXK, At 7c a yard. - V vol BELL'S SPltlNGS CREAMERY BUTTER THR FAMOUS. Albnquerquo, N. M. o.oroMi. Dralrn In Attended to. new Mmxzoo the dilute. and 75 Cents lor Gentlemen. vorne early and avoid tue ruh. YOU CAN. i Special lU Sale. I SALE!