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   Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - October 4, 1882, Albuquerque, New Mexico                                ALiiUQUEROUE NKW MEXICO. WKOXESDAY. (KTOHKK 1, CHAS. ETHEJilDGE REAL ESTAT NEW ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. PHELPS BENNETT, lYojM'ie torsi tint CHICAGO Clothing HOUSE. IiEAI.KliS IX Nobby Vail styles of Suits, Gents' 1 iiriiisliiiigGoods and the Latest Vaiicv Underwear. ALBUQUERQUE; NEW MEXICO T A rVciitlil unil l'imcin.-1'r Triiin t'ulli.li u 'liic i Si.nlli >'ari K.illil A Train Itun- :i Con nil lln> .Unlit Iliiiiill'V-iir rlminlicr-hurir. .Nclii-H-kit Stub-Seiialiu- Killed Wldh I., ii Train Kt I.Mirtllll. Mil llriiU.f-t li, (H -r ul spe.-ial tu Tilt. ComninniveaUh. coneiTiiiiiK tin; col- on lin- :u .Salem. briiMl, rcpo.le-.l last says Kiifinuf.r.i Westlakc mid l-'i.-hcr :mil the liri.mian Il'llliihll "Ml killed. Four seriously injured p is O-OOIDS! OUNTIsJ TOICES. E O N A R D Y OITM G Sti-eot. SAINT CO SUCCESSOR TO T. J. TRA8K. M. 0. i Blacksmith, Wagon i Carriagemakir I to IIOI': :ivi.inn-. (Mil 'I ciwu. Will have to suy to the readers of The Journal in this space i i A in a day or two. Look out lor it McLane i Storati ni Commission Mirchati i Gold 1 skw x. >i; .Miiriiioii; Jlnis: A: I'radt, I XUTVTfun. Win'nihkvsnrri-ytiTiiiflurnMi map. 'lln'iiro'Lrt'io ;.-t or llnl.-rsl.-li at nlTlCL- of M'. K. .ill ALBUQUERQUE, N M STAAB CO. We nre in new goods every day.' Bottom Hock FricasI Alt ays to tie Front! Kverylliinit in nil an Order in u i i.wn. BUCK, THE ClvNTKAI; HA.NK Liirgi-sl. .Sln.mgu.sl am lo Nicker.on thri-e iinllclt-.-. ri-lurlisln li Itiic'Viripiii'iii .luci.liMit" c.in Mill III l.K-'wurlJ: lity full jllie the bi-id ever had. Only a' few puu- I pie iiltfiidvil and thi-ynere to In: found ns'speetaUii-.s of the raees. In the lirst 1 rae.-.'a trot in class, for 1100.. Ac.-lili-.il ill Siili-lii, i i I I..IM, I i ili.- I.Hi mm 111 HULL i un.-Li.li-i Hcpiuldleiin Noniliniti .tlnnihiy NiifliL. In-als. her time Sarah' Task, sei-onil. Man-j SMASH r I'urtU-iiiiii-s nl' I In- Kill: SEW VOKK. illCi-rN Accept iiiii'c of the mill Ni-lli.; thin'l. c tu tin Stiilivurt Nnuiiin.....n AiTouul fool to iliiiirnra no matter. lint it is thought In- has i-kingi-il hi.s iniiiil. In an account of which ui'iirs marks of ciirernl iirciiaralioii.' KOIIKKi.N. j nil I In pmii p oiuisn! l i oulir th I uir-I 11 i, nil, i ill Li-tli.il il on Ih flu ill. r iiith out d, In ill ii li ----on n, 1 luii bun litlid loi Hi n 11 pi ion ol 10 ll.Kl I 1 Cllllll III lltl ll bears marks of careful prep; In: shows nol.only that hi-has viyoron.s uliK'.x on Hie ipiestiun. but llitil also his hh-a's ipiite diirerc.it from llic.su which Kolj-er. .lanes has :f loin nut in lo override i-t.ln- river and knl.i.i 1 -li n-io. but also _ i of lie- who Tin-Canilhlale'- In i al Hi- an-'l lln-rir'ctiiii-iiiMi-i-.: i'li' ri.ti-riin: MU .Ninninatiim. ,'if. i lie (.rwi- Idcnl. and :i. is ln-li.-i-i-d when l-'nliji-r Nevada .loni-s will- i-ome. 'W.' tin- of the j K. (Jhandb-r. however, would piul.abry Knipin-Stun- Think I regard such a for the Further parliriilars :of (hi ic w Ai. KIIYI-T. OcU i placed, la-Jntt turned In t n'ML. tin Minim IL nio MI- In mi; braki-maii.-v.'ho ilisappuired, mil linn -liur In fiL-n i ul m Hi lu Ii. i- ol ml ntliiMul nolu l, ii- mid ill ulli i nukin ilnlli-, li ti it. i j Hi uiopi in inli iliil ml-, nl imlidnr'-iiidiihoiimiilUI'lsk-Tlli Jut'n'LinLiH} in un ti eidher has become .-etth'd Him; d ot appear to be anv decrease in Il frriiilit muvr.-neiil via. Cape Horn, lint l tltf I luu ii u i i.Ti liad acecident on the Suilli I'ark road i esterday cveninif al.oiit 7 o, k 1 In nr-ion ii.iommc.il ihun 11 t- inniimj; at u rale of speed, when lin U-ailrilic freight .swuinjaiound a ciim iliuul'i link i i-ltl tin iioiidu iioiks Irains c.ime together willi i er.i-di'A One was Lhruwn di- reetly across ihii track-, iinil Hie otli, i nlli vi'nikid Ihu i mil In, passengers on llie'acconiiiiodaliim and they, were badly shaken up. lint veri forlunati-ly the injin us were confined I to In addition to the enginus several cars anil Hie trim to l.eadvilh: was nearly hours The :South I'ark east bound train did i MnrBold Urn mini Mmrlnf kBurKtiiTfi not start inilil :'.tW. 'I'lu nciirly toO.'JOO. Klllod I I.r In LIXI-.OI.S-. Nrli.. :i.-H. I'.al Ir.idlp.o killed wliili- atlcmpiiiiL; linard a running train at. I'.-n Ililnian Nr.w VIIIIK.. '.ii-t. V WoiliN spi-cial fruin Ali-.sandria Hay Arlhnr arriv-jd ln-ri: Tlinrsila'y. with his K. C. Uniin and .iVent l-.i tin: '..'n.s.smaii liole Ii6ii.se to hlni.s-.-ll as nljliywl lo remain in U'ashingLiiii. foi in, 1 M i- In n beFore, and I'liki perfect. tli'iin ;I.. am lishiiiK.and hart; I Ii m (rn jniid LMI Iknl -pun -mi, I h iii-l M n mil. willi my frii-nd iiin day. Da .Saturdav :l caiiglu -HUM Inn In- ml i IIIII-L ilinirfi ,if pll ,ld lit Ml-hi- 1" IllHll (0111- I'roin which th.-r iish on llmirarrival al yr.iimd some ten or Iwulu mil.s bMow ih.-re. To-day Ihe Kiiir.ii.r in. itr.tii.r denI pickerel and h.ts- ix OL II I 1 nisi! n m M Ilu widi n. s linlli r u i when he will be liflv-twu vi us of uM i mill in nidi i i mnli 11 t- kilbd In l t, n, ,1 f i p his brother Adam -.olid n in i l i ,k, "pi ILI ifli i lin ram n (T tin 1'nsid, nt fnun In-) I o, Un n u mudriil Till! u.i l l ill O' I 1 I' mm Id depart uienl of I In; of snlimitli-d lo I.islricl Allorncy Cork ihe report nf a chemical e.x.iinin liun just concluded (if a imu- jjiven Ciiili-iiii his s sUr, Nlis 01 llie'dav hi.-fiiri: thu IVnnsvlv.niia last M.o.ulay. wai id lo-day.; with cenie.1 in the robbery i.f Ihebink :md stalioneri-store, of.L V. rjloiil, at.Iaek. sonville. Ills., lasl .luly. Ilu denies that j conla'i'neil over li In: had been con in the robb, but stalr-d. lie knew of (lie 11 -mil, n i ms il, itli h id It iffaii- he had not led .lacksimvllle until b, lasl month. He is held fin th.: action ifi'ild.i Mock in tin: Tvtriiorv. li.vul .illli-i lihilnill off. Oct. oxpr.-ss company a rewerd i (Jel. line nkscri t- In ill lt> brHiicllt'S. a.m.; To Great irid.tacbttn.en.ts to in building loriiMM'ly by Mmik. EAGLE GROCERY STORE, ;CON IvlllJKCK, IToorlotitr. Hii :.Mal liaut Stconit hrtwc-i. .111-1 Silver Aicaut-. Cw.J Iv wtf city. J.-G. LEWIS UKAI.KIt IN Groceries am] n-iir inn 1.1 null s ilmd n 11 ilml I OU1) mil. p i lio Tlio Socorro eu Ciil-lliii I'T l.llr. M.TIU lur An-l r L. poa.t 11 f 1 i -null nn nut f, i, IL no. Id, II III, 1 ll. hid bund, id II Ii i- Ih mini h- LS his bodjiw t- n dm, I lo inn, I. Ion V It-Uil.Lr 11 lib o n mpll (I i nliu L- finni n, n "In h n i N h> Ih. 1 NOCUKKO. .V id .1 note l-.uk. ii K now riMlly In -In-RlI VinilM nf in itf lino, ,ucli Siw-kiiic. Turning, i-lr. Jub will, und kindu of or Bio BnqiJii Ho us 6. f. H. Pnpritlor, A flnr holil Jim roir.plcinl Inr- illn'liw'.inoni In Me iirttilj itnTTi7iLpi'il'1jrli to in p u tv f iiiiirL'i" Jn.nfi -sum of iiu, K "ll Ul L tl' ill m ncikin Hull I ,1' Notbfe, tnufcdd, Mi i ,1 ilum ntj npllbl, UlTlMMIMplLt' iLpiililiLins i'- pi i ii trf lul tin n't ilk' >L> [h ilk 01 Hid, ilnlil m ipnf md ,L ixpiaid .ofjio'ln in m. in. fun 11 lUiuiinciraiiilli ftilhoia'Kloii- thiiOon'ii Hut li tid ml i ciliimnn ini. -.from} I, ion ndiLi md'lliilTil pn ti'l'id. i- dnmni In-lon mil f "mdi tint ,'i f fiitul onh Hit -.mgli i iiiommind itioii of tin, -M tu lOinimiUt g nflo i te fu L t iiiirflc loll in HiL lonnntion on I hi Kiookhn s It-Llu i tin -ivLillL.I n publiLin nom Ml iliiiii i, iiniinl in HIT piditii il litciuli IL m 1- u hif to the I H know h L- it liLin dil.iud In i imib d Hi loi tins ,511 il nllm to pi LSI nt himself as an ackuowl- tin fi md- in i loiiMiilmn Hut submit'i il In- tine lo Ihe pi-oplc. I In I inn-. JnilKi; 1'oN tr, i LO limn or 111611. which hi diioi i-relildci t.i I ilalemenl ammipanymf; pins an addilional pbinti A Till! repoil .showed Hu- ll msKiion- foi1 Hn v. irf-4-il 171 II.I Of, nn in'i p. i dn tl V'l 1.17. Ill, inlal. iransai-limis since the. lltl.j of in Hie of lialain.s ,im l' nijj when Klijlia S. Conv snmplioi U'fi. 11 irs mm m, Ih- u, d on HIL llDJi b illot Ili-srov. contest in Hn .in conress I'lTI IIM'KI" r u I U n Hi inn nut ol i- I'.dXjJ' of in Wviilhi a iLil.iWIcilfn nl poCIUS of SOII1, IllllllOHl mill I U.I Coill, II I hi (Itiiiin, of lin dn Hi, l H.MHH 1, iniK lion-i ilr.-iilii-... ik- i Uiku ipp. nni-; il i lih'il luii! is Ih, niiii-vuni. Mi- Out I li.-pulriiiMiMof Ihe 11 th coiiKr.-Siiopal ,n-uia I, ul Win ii-ral md il is thai this was the distil, man's n nui No as to wherein md RFAl or tin- name ol mi L 1 i pi-rson o'.her than IliOM- .....inion.dbi ]tr IM tri ,r, H I be fiLinn. IW I III ih ipprupl I nu'li I...S l.-rin, -.1 .....I-" Ml I nllill IO I ClIV (uf ,H, L l-l fall wild, .ll ILLS kllOll 1. lll.ll t.L.I- "'Kl'l- will bi bun, I t dii ivi, I Arthur would recast his cabinet YOIIK, Oct. Sum ashiiilfl'in special s.iys the repori llul Ncvadii .Iun.w will succeed III.IKI -i in 1.11, of Hn tri i_ ,r, 'II lol.iiy.liuii.'r in to bill- :i livl. VMI lo Mil l lot. i If jon u, onry 10 Kurtlir i  1 IK ili iin md of to take an inli-ii-st in pulling' 100 is.-N-.hin The old farlil- io My. r.-dii e willi the i'r. drew ft.UOa'oui. tin: bank :nnl 11 ..s al the tent before inn of tin- i'lms; had the ..no.it.-y. ilcrutiiuii she.1 I.IIMOI- luarsiil Im rririiir.sh.ss, nml tliu uld fariiiu i, not vet ,rc >l lll! 1 are in ..r the il hav, p, uhli1 K'- over Ih. r'   

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