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Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - October 10, 1882, Albuquerque, New Mexico OLUJIK' II. ALBUQUERQUE -XKW MEXICO. TUKSIUY. (HTOIJKIJ !0( NEW ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. ATTENTION GENTLEMEN JUST RECEIVED AT he Chicago Clothing Hous WAY UP GOODS AT WAY DOWN PRICES. PHELPS BENNETT. T .T C3-OOJ3S! 1'EHUYIAN lUTTKIlS. SAINT CO SUCCESSOR TO T. J. TRASK. I have 'something to suy to the readers of The Journal in this space in.a day, or two. Look I out (or it! ALBUQUERQUE, N M STAAB CO. We are getting; in new goods every day. SOLE AGENTS FOR Bottom Rock Fr ices I icemezrts to everybody. ii in building fortm'i'l.v occupied b.y rii-Hl Mnnk. AUTUMN STYLES. RELIABLE PATTERNS. STAMI'IMi U OMrr. SfcS. r. I, SIV.O.IKK. MM'inlr EAGLE GROPERY STORE, COX ERDCCK, IVonrletnr. nnd FHCJT (interifs. f Ttbifrt, Kir., l.'lf., CHAS. U Real Estate tltlMK. IVlt-i- n KIIOUM I'rim Kilh-'l hi ,i DiMiiiii' Near Sin-orro. .1 (tanker Jlai-Ji'rr.i With lluiiljii-llam-l Shot l.'im anil Hi- ICii'liln-il. Alleaipl In liriiie Kmpli.ii-i-s ..f Ilie I MM eninn-i.l fur Ihe of Sli-iilinir DMinc-tiie I'uper. A I'r.....Innil iiinl lliwhl.r i.r Mi.uinet.Mi. vui-k. r.iiiuiii. SiWlilrliv nuiln; till Tin-.-lit. THE UANK Dily by .lispnii: Agent for llii.1 LaryeM. Strongest am1 liesL Companies in ihe work'. be tin; i.-snli. A pro'.esl is now heini< freely ejrclie ile.l nf Yoik .e.niniy. ami' OVKIJ TIIK WIUES. uVeUn I i-.niiily. this Xale. j Viimlcrlilil's Selii-nii- I.. Control ing ihe niisMonariei from l.'iah for I u Itiill- .makin- a ihein ami express la U. ill ____ i ily H'rlt onl S..nih ii'Hii Ti-lr- !'-v New Vurk ibis lu-i-s in tin- Cluireh nf .Ihe Hay itraph (V. Complete Ihe l.in Saints to depart in puai-e tliej rin-iiit iu Ihe Wnrlil. iiiiliu'iinlinn of mil- pi-ojile' befiini.'s nn- del! 'J. Tin; Tribune's says: I'ul-er's rr.-iL'iiiti.'ii a w.ere two .bullet.liolts in his head andl __ ____ his skull some blnnlj j Tin -re was no1, i I'liifuio (Jet '.i on the body 1 hat i-.ml.l idenlify him. says: II is said by an Out. openin- A TIIIAI. UK TIllISi: Peruvian >B i 11 e r a They arc (lie Hesl Hitters in (lie World. .They 111- ravasr-i-t n.uiir, Dvr.su- ii fleer. THE VERY BEST It Has No Equal STOVER, GRARY CO. Sola Agents. PREMIUM COAL! MCIFIC COIL 'cnriit, 01 ill rii-nilili al Ihe Fair fur III.' BKST (Oil .IllM ns ri.Bliif Ililil vlrh-h link 111! Delivered In Kvvry I'urt of iLc S7.00 PER TON t l-.aiik. FRANZ MUiYTNG 1 General Merchandise ULOWIETA MILLS. on liHnil eomplrln UKTI mrtl ol all torn of miTr'.i.ii'li-'. ,-uc-li tt Dry Goods, Groceries, vUfuir, PLOWS ITO. Tin! Hour al tlni Ol.o iets Mills 11 -M goixl as best in the is reporlwl thai there was a bank r.i'jbery ami mat ineie a .'.IUK .HUM ,i ai'ive. lln.l ihe polilic-ians eanvass in murder at U iKiiiaea. .viinr- leaves Ihe result moiv doubtfii] dav nielil. A report of lln- all.iir is exni-eliil lo-niu'lil. bnl il has ......n kepi Uu" '-Vl-r iwi; ciiiisl-rviui _____________ Co UTS lIVtirl'wn'iniilinnili.ll.-inufllR- 3.4.W X; llllMi eiin.li Allies -I lini'dv. blamed for hi-inKing: in ii''" il was r.nneeessarv. and bv ii fr..... now mm, laid In Valparaiso and Chili. These lines eom'prije S.lilO miles ofsnbmarini7cablr! and M7 miles TL.T. del. M. in the bnean of and print-i will all be Wool The was ni.id.- wav .the Vr'.dmSonW rirr i 'years r-iinli: h.-l.-.. Mils IS II" SI. Thls'.bVmi-i'i.f llH! prn- I.IUIJ.'.B pressed spirits for snine lime bill not snllicienUv as to an.vlelv as his w.i, j fiflr ye.ais old, a man ..I (jeiille and gunia) dispo-ilii.n 'and bulovul U-ls-'in'nai.iMini.ai.y-IMrlj- UV. :.H j ClIIOAfifi. Oct. O.-The I liter I Iceilli's consider: >ays: A daring murder bank rubbery oeeurivil lien; Wllli lhNcr.il.il rcprrMiiilcil In I III I HUM- wanll.ic IllHriii- hv1-Hra. ur l.y ..r lit iiri.iiYlhiii ui mi ullicr ll.il in In liniliil ai'J-n li'-rc. I elvc Ilie IJIIMII-.W Iiivir.iMi-c my il In nil II.- -My luriny pfiicllral I" lln: Innlntm bnsines-here thfuy y.-ars. II an eccenirie. Ibaehehir SIVLV. d slept in I In: bank mid at the hotel. This he lo. al nllii-r, ilinner. A' w.is s.-nt to lifth. for Ilaiiibnrt; via riymniitli with iu eheap.lnnd ainl of jt'liiipviHil presi.-ni. duties lo afford iirolijfiliinr.jai.sobituiyiJjn'eces1; sary, and niadd the poiimT shall liVM'ijjiiiiis'fiil'iil'l-'iliiii per pound and 'JO per ccnt.'ad.yalo'rcii He my.1 is 'a CHXI invrsled in sheep in Ihal vcoiiiiiy Ihal lliirri- were about llircc iillllioii sheep there, and Ihal Ihu 'iiniiilii-i'lisw yiehl per lleeee Is from Ihrei; Ui liv ihe liirill nf ISI37.; T.l.ur i. del'. A I'hilailelpliia li serving a .writ un Kx-C.uvernnr Tabor of who- ciiougli to'slop: oinner, A M-IH u., lhl. owll, claim'Sr il whirl, is sold diseov- j (lf erallh- .vireveieeii of Ihe window lei j plaeed at two. dolhu-s; a., shareMThv down I'runi Ihe lop .M'- id- in j Cuveriior: wlio Jia's had nnnsu.ii.My.goml Inek indispensinU of, li-.s nnninK.propj u, lerrl dv lilatiL'l -d Witli as if hnlll, I, i LITTI.I: HIKJK. Ark., del, Denters. Stall! Snperinlenih-nl of insirm-lioii. jumped from the hah.-nnyof .Ind-e I Iris's re.-idene.- in l-'ayelleville al. noon I.'day. and killed, lie had mentally imlial- la'nced several ilavs. This was not his lirisl iitlempi. IJItiiinA'T.. Ocu conipelilivi: between ihe St. Hernard eoninian- 'deij "f Knights Ttmphir. of l.'lueaijo. a'ii'ii (ionper conimamlery. of Indiana- jyj'.ia.-lor llic i.f Ihe prize 'iiri'il bannur. awarded hv ihe Irienniel- Tbi-j nm.r Yc.'iMt, Thcuiiofi: ilask-.-. aj-cd twenty-three liii'ii Win. llaske. :ig..-d IwlKed.ai IhtTAnm-.v In.dlel. llrnnklvn. smell of jj.-is was nolic-ed ilii.i iuoriiini! '-oniinir from iheir Isiil.. Out. O.-Tlii- boiler in Ihe saw-mill VOHIIR A Siiiftli. near ihis cily. e.vploded UI'IH morniiifr' instantly Y.HIUK an.l fat-illj inj'nrini; his parlner. nenry only persons within the bnild-iix- Tl.ii; only cjllor was Chail.-s Millor. M. I. Jiioiu- of Ihe News is IvjiXnW .Yoiil'c. :i.-A Times1 Chlcajjo dispaluh s.iys. in iuu-vv.ewini; Yande.rbiit. lilt of anli-momipjlisis: "11 i-1. a inovenieiil iinpiied by sel of fools and lilers. To be. ban-is of a Hunhad mine, bin sun: lliurc arc 40111.1.mi-ii I'e.-Tiil in been dischar.....I 'a; from short UXCINNA ri. M.-l. lie ;1 bitterns am, the probibHities are ,f blU on lln-earnest re'pie-t of lit" people "f w.-.r.-'-In.'-l. i.-.i be cum-: ber of a iilKl will I Lake sln-.-i. Hie" road is if "the law extravagantly built ainl wuil'uwl- Uc nopohsls more piiK-lia.-al-l.'. Tliey ilon'l come so ikpnoinleil a io confer wilti a cniniiiillee to Iv apnomteil i-y Dr. 'rainier, tlii: iililiir "f Ihe l.'hrislinn onli-l-.Mipnii Ihesnbjert uf Ihe of Afiiea miller tin: unspiCL-.-i. UilUn W.l.illlSOTOX. tioiu of the Sioux 1'ux Indhins of Town, by .Ajj-nt D.iven- 'fort, hail ii eonfe CmuuiubiuiK-r I'nuu lliis
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