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Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - October 8, 1882, Albuquerque, New Mexico VUMJMK It. ALBUQU i NEW MEXICO. OCTOBKK MIMItKJI ICHAS.ETHEHIDOE i Real Estate A I'.ltOKKIt. iirihisi-s I'nuik .Inn Al-lllMI. ho Kurds Kii Itiinle In .Mls-iinii-l Siiuiil' Trial fm' the .Hiirilrr i.f WiimMlilc. hi NEW ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. ATTENTION GENTLEMEN JUST RECEIVED AT THE CTU" T JnL JL thing House WAY UP GOODS AT WAY DOWN PRICES. PHELPS BENNETT. 1ST EJ G- CD O ID S OlNTlL! fflcjj, LAND FOR SALE: .Will have to" sny to the readers of The Journal in this space in a day or two. Look out (or it! ALBUQUERQUE, N M STAAB CO. in. riKlil d ilules from .Mn'n-li 12, v.ilid t-hiini li. miyuf-ihe IIB nno, wilkin lia'v iniii-s on Fnlu of the line fyr for llio rm'id M liK-nk-d. Applieiilioiif will now for llic 'if IIIIV lillll'.H I.I llll- L-ulli- pniiv ruiuriii-d. Ku- L.) uililr.-.'r id1. lu J. A. WIU.IAM.SON. Lmc: A. ifc I'. !L Nu" M.'ii.-n. Tlioiiui.s F. Kclclior ill Bib Euciiu, fin AND WOOL ASlI mnrki-l prii-i: pnid for nil line, rfu.n: on Itiiilroml nvtnuc. New Albuquerque. N. M. A. HARSCH, BAKERY AND FANCY 6RO; ERIES, THK CENTKAJ, HANK Agvnl Life Strongest am1 il Cuiiijiiiuius in tin.- Cui" jtltl! lINs.uTirtrlWJn'mt'Vliir-l I I s In, nil c II.Ill, llll sUll I ij i.l IHL Inn i in In lull nidi n li lui linn- iiniiir M ii li Bcolll.l, Uhlmi mii.l Urmt llrll.in I I hi-, hi Hi .1! I 1 il Book anil Ms Co., Buttock Scnwll, South Rsilnai HE W ALBUQUERQUE MEXICO appertaining to the book We are ettin in uew every day. SOLE AGENTS FOR uos.ssAi-.ooN Coffin Co. BEST LIQUORS AND CIGARS. An., l.i-luron 111. Pawn-Broking Specialty- ,j. u Bottom Rook Prices I German Bakery. I'.vi: C3rre3.t in.dLu.cexxisn.ts tc in building forim'l'ly FirHl llnnk. EAGLE GROCERY STORE, riCUKCK, Tanry CENTK'A'L JJANK s. M. ori-iriaLs: i 1'rwl.. X. T. Cwluirr. Viucuiil W-lbnv. Cii.-hii- Has Udsurpassid FaciliYiis Kor TOiiihiotinu- n ul IViOc and Au-.liiiu'n. T.ipfkii A Zeiger A Marshall NKS. Ni-.w Mexico. ix 'l> CJOAKS. Tlic lK-rt fi-.t'.sj bi.7 Ntw llll-, lilu I nln I si n slnn I in I In u u mi III-M mil u.Mil ai An Ud. LOI mi is cause'if llic death of Mis Mm 1 mk'm who I oil I 11 is buried on Tuesday' and exhumed yc.s lenliiy for a'post insrlein. i-losi-d lo-.hn the jury brought in Hie diet ML Ibid Hut M in It ml m i tun to her death on October ISSil. in Lead- Uloi nln I mm HIL 11 nsi pi, in, tolloum., Hit inlKiluili m i 1 m nislin is in visited him dnriiiy llic At1 Pill the hotel yesterday he wrote upon Hie- register. Frank Jiiinos. wife ami ,-hiid.' I rein irking it Mrs I lime he had I Tin: Inli-ri-sl I signed his-, real ninni- in 'sixlecn year.s. i Tln-y Curry i 'I'licn- wnru a Lumber of bidders for! In t In- hcri, si the anlo-r.-iph. but- llio landlord dined l-i permit the register ID be ciilj j.lama-1'appe.iranci; sinnigly CiuiKli tliu rapid ,-f al- Kvcib-il anil Is lie asserts ''he is in l'.n- Tliivuli-iiini: iln- til'ln-r. Ilipjilth. 1! is evident i loninn tul f ir cxaininalion a? lo liis menial condition in c of ins i III nr li l> Jlli. or In A ir s i mill lnullior M.-l I Inluiiil niHli r I si ill.li 111 I uM" vur MuT'l'l'iii-, ruin j Vj T'lfi.1 xsV vi'r.'ir'ikVr Hill) linldir ii inn-. jnlr I'lnriit. ihil llin mil i n n prll'.....I 111.- IIISIIMUICP in Li: ilin liii REAL ESTATE! Hob Korcl It Srirnl. .N'kw'iiYor.K. Oct. and Hob 1 orl tin -Inns of 1 -I I urn H liav.iiic finished iheir the liroadway miisiMim. leave for City lo stand trial for pi Hi" mui'ilerol' Hit oneof nho lost his I if, mysteriously al Hit: hon-eof the.l'onl.s fiitlicri 'early last win.'cr. In con rcraniion lo-niglil I'.ob Ford said I see .lann-s has cmiii! in and siirrcnili rt I N I i n HIM Us lo set whil (.ot (Silli n I i i il1 1. Hi promised a.H inin-b a; thai In: would never pardon Frank. If In; does Ihi-n I think Ibey had belter Frant 01 me'up for ibi.s world nut big 1) illi. If w arc lefi al liiigi: OIIL iWViir ofn-5 musl be i, I Ib 1 I rink will never give up till be '-ill.- nn md I do mil propsi: I" die .my h.ind.4 if It, ,wn L lion il, H piuli lllll 1, IK IIPLII liunin k mm Ib, iiiiiningini lf llf nh hills, b. Hi in lln, inn mlLiliiial lo pi jl tl frei: for all (rut was won lit 11 ippr m C j1- J ul m I J IJ a, bad sirond, and Ada I'anl. lliu. favni-ito. was dislani-i'd. A niile'lash win won ny in 1 uj Tliu ran-, mill- h.-ats. bi-sl two in was.-won hi- CliiKin II, II in two hi.-aij.-. linn: and 1 'Mm s i find linn- ..H'A'sni.vriTO.v, single .scull hclwun M -.11 f.trb. Oil 7 hi 1 of si I coiiiultrilili ilunuoii fiom tbo in n I he ss, of rn IDI Iffigbiill ling m MIMLO 'net LIT di mm intili ttnlirs of Hi I ills io tlm i of Hut lonniii .md U is Ml Hi it pi, p n ilmiis fo l K" it nun
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