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THE DAILY CITIZEN
ALB by U KKIJ IK, -A P KI L 2H," 1 By instruction!! from Chase & San burn we are authorized to sell Java and Mocha Coffee at the following prices: 45-cent coffee at. . .40 cents. 40-cent coffee at. . .35 cents. 3Sent coffee at ... 30 cents. 30-cent coffee it. ..25 cents. '5-cent coffee at. . . Jo cents. GO. CLOOTUIEH ttt I. Rallroal At., ilbaqaorqoo, 1. 1. MONEY TO LOAN On plana, AnO-clam furniture, etc, witiemi removal. A 10 on diamonds, watches, Jewitiry, life Insurance poll ctm. rriut deed or auy good secur ity. Tnruu Terr moderate. II. SIMPSON. 109 South Second street, Albnoner que. New Mexico, neit door to West ern Union Telegraph oOlc. 15. A. HLEYSTEli, ISSL'iUKCE IE1L ESTATE. SOTABT PUBLIC. Automatic Telephoue No. 174. ROOMi U & U I'KOMnKLL BLOCK Tailors 207 Railroad Ave., N. T. ABMDO BCILUIXQ. CALL AT THE PEOPLE'S STORE. (UIOttLAKO BVILU1NU.) FKESH CROCERIES. FRUITS. VEGETABLES . J. A.SKLNNE1L Liw Pries and Court cou. TrcatucnL E. 11. UUI1BAR, sals id 2R.OC1.1 Instate Uoum Kentrd. H uu Collected. loii. Neautuiru. Oslo, 14 oU A., Cor Third mim,; Vitt 10 cent dime. Hav youi but UuudriiKl And liow ou Uuiu. At th Aifcqucrijts Steam Lauadrj, Cmrmmr CwU mmd M . JAY A. UUBBS, Proprietor, ran at. ALBUQUERQUE SHOE STORE, 1104 RAILROAD AVfcNCH, X. PA.IIBNTI, rrop. MAKES LADIES' UK'S ADD CHILDEEI SHOES To th satisfaction of patron. Repair Ing neatly performed. Work guaranteed. ixiweel prioe. AJbnquerqne fisli Market.. Fresh Klah, Oysters, Lobsters, Crab, bhrlinpa, etc Baltimore Oysters, treeh every day lu bulk aud can. Headquarter for Dressed Poultry. Mail Order receive prompt atteutlon. 20a sad 20 South Second Street. 1882 1898 Aaenu F.G.PraMCo.I biauU tjooua. IiaALKB IN STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES S14 S. Second St. Ilill.bnro Crrmncry Butlnr hen uu banli. tJldcri feiliutrd tna JJsUvery CITY NEWS. M I U II LA MO Loly Mad UmUf mmnuu fla anle Hn. Tin work. W hitney Co. Stove repairs at Futrelle'a. Floor matting. W hltney Co, Silk watst patterns at Ilfeld's. Curio and drawn woik at kUUou'a. Bicycle on IneUlliueiiU. Halm & Co. Plumbing and gas Utlliig. W hltney Co. Visit the shirt waist aale at The Big Btore. Guuther's candies at llaa ley's on the corner. Ice cream freeser. Donatio Hard' war Co. Special bonier aale at The Koonomlst mi week. Ice cheat aud refrigerators. Donatio Hardware Co. Bilk petticoats that are beauties cau be siteu at llield s. Lion coffee, three packages for 36 ceuto at iomnarao a. Wall paper at Futrelle's from li'iC per aouuie roll anu up. Attend th special aale of shirt waUU at tue Kcouomiel this week. Latest novelties lu pompadour and side Combe, tuweuwald Brother. nan nranos 01 muunry soap, seven bars for cents at A. Lombardu s. Just received full Hue of Gunther's an caudle at Hawley s on tits corner This Is the week to bur ooreeU at II feld's. Bpeolal aale of summer oorseU. The only truita to wear: "Tui Ameui Can HiLVku Thuhs," at Ituppe's freecrip mou riuuuiacy. Futrelle. corner Gold aud First street, will eeU you good wall paper at 12,'c uuuuie run ruu up. It I imposNlble to make a wlxUke In yourspnug buyiug. If you wlwt f rom in great lair priced stock of The Kcouo UllHl. If you want to aave from $5 to (IB on your epriug suit aud have the beat and Ulceet Hue lu towu to eelect from, call ou llalderman. Hi south Secoud street. Juitt received a large aeidgtiaieut of nn laiuoruia urap brandy, spring trs, which w will sell to saloon keepers at per gallon. Original package, O. bachavhl k U. Ulotnl. Men. s call your attention to our ma- da! sals ou meu's f urulsulug goods this wees at aooui uau the price you pay clothing stores for ths asms gixNla, Uoldeu Bui Dry Goods Co. Four day and nights of drtukiug aud earoualug culminated lu a general Oght In old town this morning. Domingo Sandoval and George kUriiiiet wer the prluclpal and Iheie were at intt half a d in others mixed up lu th tight. L put BUerifts Juan baudoval aud J uau MAN rVdlllo lnterferet In the proceeding for the puro" of preserving peace. The fighter relted hut a'ter a llvelf en counter the two principal wnre niMued and conducted to the county Jail, where fiey are lodged at the preeeut wrltlnir. We are now prepared to ehnw what we bnllere to he th he.t amortment of men' hate ever brought to this territory. Kmra a V rent eloth het to a V 8 let-on, and we think we ran eiilt the niont fas tidious In that line and probably sav ron a little money heehlee. It don't coet anything to eee them. Hlmon Stern, the Kallroad avenue clothier. The cycling eeaeon la now opening and the pravaillug question la, "V here can I get the beet Wheel for the money 1 care to lnet P ll tie know your price. We are certain to have a wheel that will Ut it. We have good w'iel only, hut have mtny etyln at manv price. lUMn.tCo. Perhaps rou nev r bought rlothlng. underwear and fii' ntnhltig good from ne. It will par T"ii to Inveetlgate our price and eee If ynu do not eave 2(1 to 50 per rent on clothing etore price. To he had only at the Uolden Utile Dry Uoode Co.', leader of low price. Call at "The Green Front" hoe More for children' and rateW eamlal and oxforda, black and tan, lateet stylet, 6 to , bo cent; f to 11. wo c-nw; iif to a, $1 ; ladles' ox lord, 1, W. Chaplio, pro prietor. Strayed One large bar horse, branded C 00 left ahoulder; one email bay nor, branded 13 left shoulder. Liberal reward for Information leading to recovery. Wahaeh Cattle company, Navajo, Arlrona. Mr. Y. B. Diinlan announce the ale of tier household good. Including a marine top center Utile, (oiling tied, lied- room suite, cook and heating stove, dlrthen, etc , aim a On new piano. Klegant email ranch for rent nn moun tain Mad, north of city, with good four room hon-e, fruit and brrlee; alxo 8 room houeeon Klith etreet. W. A. Kankln. room 9. N. T. Arraljo building. Korone more week we will continue to make to your order, au ail-wool, well made and well trimmed enlt of rlothee for $10. llalderman, 213 south Second etreet. If ron cannot find the good at the Rcibomiet It 1 00 uee looking eleewhere I the common expreeelon amongst the lailie of Albuquerque. Ir. Alger, the dentlet. ha removed hi ofllce from the Whiting building to the new Armijo building, oppoelt the opera hone, on Haiiroad avenue. Gentlemen and patriot, before going to war buy your omlerwear and fnrulsh Ing good at the Uolden Kale lirr Goods Co. and aave half. Cider or win vinegar. 90 cent per gallon, or 26 cent In ten gallon lota at A. bomoardo a. Marian Harland coffee pot Urn. Van Dueeu'a cake mould. bonahoe Hard ware Co. Good cigar br the box front 75 cent np, at Louibardo'a. Colgate. oap and perfumery at spec- ial price at Weld'. Buy your spring suit at Ilfeld's. Ilctnre frame. Whitney Co. Fine stationary at Mateon'. Calvin Whiting, Insurance. Ill.lrl. t Cunrt Mew. In the caee of Harry K. Lee vs. lr fecto Armijo, Judgment on cognovit was entered. In the ease of Simon 1)1 Ik vs. Jose C. Gutlerrrc, motion for new trial was overruled and judgment on the rerdlct eutered. la the caee of NelU B. Field, receiver, v. J. A. Johneon et alM motion tor a new trial was overruled and judgment on verdict entered and the appeal prayed for was granted. In th ease of the town of Gallup vs. Patrick Canaran, a decree was entered ordering the removal of a boas of the drfen '.ant which was voted a onis- auce by the town council aa It Interfered with traffic In the street of the town. In the caee of Kamolo Garcia r Jam Candelaria, a motion for a new trial was overruled. One of a pair of young damel, who deserted their home In Santa X last wefk, was found by llarshal Kornoff list night and Is now with a sister who works in this city. The other one has not jt oen louud. New sidewalks are needed In this city. and the city oUlclal will bo austalned In demanding that new sidewalk should b built, aud old ones repaired. Lost Lady's tan pocketbook, contain ing silver money, keys and papers, Please leave book, etc, at this olllce and keep the change. For Reut, Cheap Four-room furnlehi d bouse. Call at 400 south Broadway. For Bale. Fine Alfalfa from one to forty ton. Albright, 113 N. 3rd St. Now I the accepted time to subscribe tor the Daily CiTiJiN. Compare the Comparison is a to tho storo selling tho Right Goods at Right Prices. It's the "other fellows" who the lowest and tho quality of our goods unsurpassed. Best Sugar Cured Hams ioc California Apricots, per can ioc California Peaches, per can j ioc California Pears, per can ioc 3 Cans California Tomatoes., , 25c Good Sugar Corn, per can , , ioc yi -pound can Van Houten's Cocoa 40c i-pound can Van Houten's Cocoa 7Jc 4 pounds Choice Prunes 35c Beef Steak and Onions, per can aoc Pork and Beans in Tomato Sauce ioc Broiled Mackerel in Mustard ioc 3 Packages Kingsford's Corn Starch 25c 3 Packages Silver Gloss Laundry Starch , 25c Choice Raisins, per pound , 5c 3 pounds Best London Layer Raisins , . , , 25c Finest Swiss Cheese, per pound , 20c 18 pounds Best Potatoes 25c 3 cans Salmon Ijc i-pound sack Duke's Mixture Tohacco with a Pipe. .' . 25c Piper Heidsieck Tobacco , 1 5c The Celebrated S wan Down Flour, sold under positive guarantee, your money back if it does not please you $1-45 THEBUSY 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 breezy, neat and nobby, and above all, high grade and low priced. Ladies' Milrt Waists. In Cottrn and Bilk, from 50 cent to $10 each. You may be ahletogH them cheap er In price, but then cheaper In quality also. Our walsteare made nn the customer making plan, T y are newed, nut r.tirk together. They are made to fit, and all of a nice qnallty of cloth, even th rheap est. We guarantee them to be this year's lateet product, anion which the Km Inn Blouse waist Is th prevailing style, Ladies' Milk .Mitts and (J I ores From 20 cent to $1,00 a pair, lu regular and extra length, In black, whit and all Imaginable color. Lawn-, Dimities and Organdies. Lawo worth 10e at. Ac a yard Dimltie worth l&e at 10e a yard Organdie and Lappet 15c a yard 13-yard pattern, Quest Imported Organ die, per pattern 13.50 The same thing on pay Sue and 40c per yard for elsewhere. H'e close at 6 P. M. every evening, excepting Saturdays and ray Days. ROSENWALD BROS. THB CITT BRIEF. rertoaal and General f arsgrapat Hcke Up Here sad There. Mrs. J. F. Durlln, of Winelow, came In from th west last night and registered at the Grand Central. J. J. Turbot continued ou eant to Phil adelphia, Perm, last night, after a stay of a few days lu this city. Henry Lockhart, ths Insurance and real estate agent, la In th viclult of Sahlual aud La Joya to-day. If you fall to attend the niliHtrel to- uioruw night you will mlea bearing the beat chorus ever drilled lu this city. K. J. Huling, the wool scouring mag nate of Trinidad, was lu the city yester day and waa registered at the Graud Central. Tin Citizen to day telegraphed to the war department requesting that th mil itary post in this city be named lu honor of Gen. Miles. Th proprietor of Farr's meat market. William Farr, ha gone to th pastures of Colorado and Kan to purchaa sev eral carloads of fat cattle tor bis local trad. "Pete" Davern, freight conductor on the Sauta F Pacltle, is out and around among th local railroaders after a hard tuasel of several weeks with the pneu monia. K. 0. Dlmlck, an employe of the rail way shop, I around, during these excit ing war times, with a broad smile on his face. The cause: On laat Sunday even' lug a pretty boy baby was presented to him by the better halt of his household, aud the mother aud child are reported getting along nicely. The Citizkn ex tends congratulations. Socorro Is loyal to the core. Yesterday atteruoon, at 4;D0 o'clock, Slough poet, No. 6, G. A. K, , with ex confederal and other clllxeus, hoisted a baniuiome fUg to the top of the pole In Klttrell park, So corro. Mis Flora Hammell bad pre pared a pretty emblem of Tuba Libre,' aud this wa hoisted on the pole nnder the "stars aud stripes." A postal card received this morning from U. H. Bogardus, after being put through the X-ray machine, reveals the fact that the Thornton poetmaeter wa an old soldier 37 year ago, and was with friend of ours. Comparisons are not odious hato them. Comparison proves our prices White Goods. Indian and Persian Lawn. Striped Dim ities, Chocket Nainsooks, Fin, Plain and Dofel Swiss, from the chespeet If you want to consider your pocketbook to a linn a quality ai you may desire; also lower that you Can find th same good elsewhere. Laces and Embroideries. An lmmn stock at a saving to you of 25 per cent. Be for yourself. Ladles' Underwear. Guaranteed lower than elsewhere. Ecru Vests. 4 for. 2 f r 5 for. ,.15 .25C ,.3&c Whito Vests. 2 for.. 2 for.. 2 for.. 2 for.. .. .I5c ,...25c ... 45e ....65c And 50c each for Lisle Thread Vest. some company In New York, onr X-ray machine falling to bring out the name of the Infantry or cavalry he enlisted In. The poatal card stood th teat admirably. but soma of th helroglyphle positively refused to submit to a thorough opera tion, and lu consequence the teet caunot be considered a successful on. While Alderman Sam Nensiadt has no serious Inteullous of going to war, he Is nevertheless trying to lucreaee the fight ing force from New Mexico. This morn lug he waa around with six Peublo Indian, whom be has persuaded nto the belief that war Is grand thing, and in consequence the ludlans are auxlous to eullet. They were sent away on the look out for Cols. Borrodaile aud Dobson, and Capt. Rogers. K S. Waddle, who travels (or a St. Joseph, Mo., wholesale house, came In from the north last night, and 1 stop plug at Sturges' European. "The war spirit," says Mr. W addles, "has struck the commercial travelers of the country, and many of the boys are enlisting. Several huudred thousand grip sack tour ist can wallop Spain and all her eolo ole In quick order." ''., The Fort Wlngate soldiers, the famous United State Second cavalry, reached Kansas City ou Sunday at noon, and It Is estimated there were at leant 00,000 people at the depot to cheer the south western fighters. The trains rested up at Kanaas City ouly thirty minutes, and then pushed out for Chattanooga. The Albuquerque Guards, orgauixed for social aud Oghllug purposes, will un doubtedly be called out to do some fight ing or garrison duty lu a very ebort time. The members of company G are a loyal class of young Americans, and they will be beard from If this racket with Spain continues. Itichard Weygatil and sister. Miss Ju lia, who have been livlug lu this city tor ouie time, left last night (or Burling ton. Wis, where they wer called by the serious illness of their sister. Mr. Joseph Hay aud Lon. Jenklus, of Sablnal, N. M, came In from the south last night and are registered at the Hotel Highland. Roman stripe sashes and tie with fringed end at special bargains at Il feld's. Prices. MISU .Ji mm V St See Our Straw Hats They are Up - Lower In Price 50c to LIGHT, DAINTY AND NOBBY.. Are our warm weather Dtrbys,in fashionable shades of light brown, grey and black. Our styles In Fedoras are swell and becoming;, In grey, with wide black bands and binding, tan and brown and our prices are as attrac tive as our stock. SIMON no it. it. iivonuo Ulotnior. Donahoe Hardware Co, Corner Railroad Av. and Third St, THE GREAT MAJESTIC t '-"Ttafnf nu... -fa hit- T'tr) i' , S ; pSr SJ THE GREAT MAJESTIC SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE. John Deere Plows, Fish Ilros'. Wagons, .... Walter A. Wood Mowers, Mnjeatlc Kanges. Stationery, School Books, C1IEH1S ADD PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES. We Carry a Complete Line of Lt-gal Blanks, Blank Books, Cigars, and Tobacco, Magazines, Periodical and Newspapers. O. A.MATSON & Co. SOU WEST RAILROAD AVENUE. Norm to cvm in. Ths Biud Saddle, run comkoht, HEALTH. Ul'KiBILITV AND HTVLE, Is su perior to any other and eoets lee money. Agency at the old towu porlotlice, on the plaza. Victor Alarld, charged with atwHiilting Samuel Martin with a deadly weapon, was bound over t the grand jury by J untie Durau this morning, without eiamiuatlou. His bail was Uxed at M0, which he has been unable to furulnh. P K KS4 N A L KAHAUKAPHH. Hon. Klfego Baca, ex-uiayorof Socorro, waia paeeeuger to the metropolis limt ulght. Mies Beatrice KHpallne, who was at Las Vegas on a visit to friends, have re turned to the city. Mr. Simon Keustadt, wife of th gen eral merchant at Los Lunas, Is here on a vlelt to her sister, Mrs. L. Trauer. B. K. Perea, county school superintend- eut, left this niornli.g for Bernalillo, where he will make au otllclal visit to the public schools. Rev. Washington Cboate, who was here attending the meeting of the New Mex loo Congregational association, left for the north last night. Henry Carpenter and George II. Davie, two warriors from the village of Tljeras, drove In from the mountulus this morn lug aud are around talking war. L. H. Renkert.of Indianapolis, who Is Interested lu mining In Arizona, sieut Sunday In this city vlnltliig with J. I). Hone. He returned eaet Sunday bight. Paul Warren, who was In Colorado rounding up some horses belonging to the Horse Springs Cattle eotupauy of So corro county, returued to the city laet uignv. L.K. Levy, the popular merchant of Los Lunas, came lu from the south last night. He state that Capt. Max I. una aud his cavalry company are anxious to move on the enemy. Mike Mandrill, who was In the Cochtll mlulilgdlstrlct a part of Sunday and yes terday, returued from Bland laet ulght, aud called at this olHoe this luoruilig to secure the very lateet war uew. K. 0. Kreucn. A. Sweariuger and M. II. Conley, three well known railroaders from the prosperous prairie town of Win nlow, came In from the west last night, aud bare rooms at Sturges' Kuropean. St. George Creaghe, the sheriff of Apache county, Arlsona, who was up In Colorado on official business, came In from the uorth laet night, and Is at Slur gas' European. He Is spending the day with his sou, who Is attending school here, and expects to continue homeward bouud this evening. A FASTIDIOUS MAN... It wKuOif mnr partkvtM about bis fwr.ishlrgi la Beck wear, fawn, collars and cuffs on a brltht Sprug morning than on any other day in th year. Everything In tiatvr nukes him with to accord hf verdant frth neis. Look at our exquh t thingk in Neckwear, new styles in Colin, Etc, they are la the latest styles, colors and patterns. to - Date and Than Ever. $1.76. STERN, (11 H 3 1ft' MajMile HaogM fee lee fuel than any other. The heavleet oven plate uted in any range. The grate can be changed lusUntly from coal to wool. Do.nahoi Hardwahs Co. There will be a meeting of the Are de partment this evening. The banqnet to be tendered by th newly elected officers will probably be given Saturday night, when the electric Ore alarm system will be completed, and that event will be properly celebrated. Always Goods People Want; Prices People Like and unmatched Values. Mail orders Filled Same Day Re ceived. m fit SPECIAL GBEAT VALUES IN MENS' FURNISHING GOODS AND CLOTHING. It is well known that prices were never so low as now. Mer chandise never so cheaply bought. While we will welcome bet ter prices, until they come we sell as now follows: J1ENV $111 it T SPECIAL. Percale Shirts Collar and cuffs attached, well made, nice patterns. Special at 50c Linen Color Shirts Collar and well made and nice fitting, at. Mens' Soft Bosom Percale Shirts, Special at Mens' Madras Shirts, Separate Culfs, tine goods, nicely made at 90c Mens Suspenders. Big Special, all fine goods, worth from 50c to 75c per pair. Special Prir at 25c Mens' Seamless Black Socks, nice goods. Spe cial price, at. ioc per pair SPECIAL SUIT SALE THIS WEEK 50 Mens' Clay Worsted Suits, handsome gray color. Spring weight,. . .Only $8.25 a Suit SPECIAL FOR THE LADIES Oxford Low Shoas, Only $1.40 a pair. Worth from $2 00 iu ,' x it a pair. SPECIAL ON SILK WAIST A. J. 'JL -ziWAiuin user- Slap! e and Fancy Gracenes! CLUB UOUSE CANNED GOODS! NONR TO EQUAL. 118 Bailroad Ave., 0. BACHEriU. KSTABLISHKD 1. HOTEL. Wholesale Liquors, Wines, Cigars, Tobaccos AND BAR SUPPLIES. General Agents Tor W.J. Lemp's St. Louis Beer. ELEGANT It ETA I L DEPARTMENT OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Outside Orders Promptly Attended to. Prlcea Reasonable and Satisfaction Caaranted. BAGHEGHI & GIOMI, Proprietors, 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. S imple our prices. T. Y. MAYNARD. Jeweler. WATCH IS)rKTOBl A.. T. A B. ST. SV. L.J. POST & CO., HARDWARE. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION. AT.TlX7QTJgirt.C?TTX3 Waatad, Ranch I'mp.rtj, To trade well tmorored citv nroiwrtv for ranch. 41unt have ome alfalfa. Otto Ukickman. J.rMj Cow.. I bare two flue Jersey cows for sale cheap. John J. Jarvih, 402 Silver avenue. Kay Roe, the mining eon of et-Gov. Ross, came In from the Cochlti mining district last night, and Is around with hi friends to day. He has been working tor the past sixty days for the Albemarle operators, and states that everthing Is moving along nicely In the Albemarle camp. Kreeh. nnr PAmlnn tnaor iwiw.i.p - . ........ kj n ui i u , Ruppe s Preecrlptiou Fbarmacy. E EM uu DRY GOODS COMPANY. SALE THIS cuffs attached, 50c Separate Cuffs, 65c PATTEKXS-Only $3.SO a pattern of 5 yards. Match it if you can M A fl ( BELL'S 8PI.INGS CJtBAMEKY BUTTER THS KAU008. Albuquerque, N. M. O. OfOMf. Deatrra In Improved rirMriM, Winchester rltls. Marllu rltl. Savage rlll. Stevens nil, Zl and 28 caliber. Colt's pistol. Shotguns and ammunition. DoniTiok Hahdwabk Co. Dealer In Remington typewriter, th standard typewriter of the world. Can supply biiHlneMM o!he with ezperieuceil Hteuographerx to 1111 pHrmai'ent and tem porary pwitton, at short notice. liahu ACo. There are only Qrty pair of ladle' com mnn Hene high button shoe left at Simpler' great rloelng out eale. They iiiuxt be diHHMed or and th regular 5 shoe are going at (2 per pair. Oenulne Lucca olive oil only .'.60 per gallon at A. Loiulnirilo's. Agrnts For STANDARD PATTERNS The Most Reliable of All Patterns Made. Sure to Please. uu WEEK! Mens' Underwear Sale. Fine opportunity to buy your Summer under wear cheap. Note the following: Mens' Balbriggan Underwear at 25c Mens' Finest Grade Balbriggan Underwear, fin ished seams, ribbed bottom at 50c. You p.ty double for same goods at Clothing Store. Mens' Summer Underwear in Gray or Ecru color 35c a garment Men' Fine Bilbriggan Underwear in all the new colors, such as Tan, New Blue, Laven der, Only 50c a garment. Clothing stores ask $1.35 for same goods.