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   Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - October 13, 1882, Albuquerque, New Mexico                                VOLUME n. ALBUQIJEROUK NK1W MEXICO. 13.' 207 NEW ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. ATTENTION GENTLEMEN JUST RECEIVED AT The Chicago Clothing House WAY UP GOODS AT WAY DOWN PRICES. 3ST Ei "VST O- O O 3D SUCCESSOR TO T. J. TNASK. Will have something1 to say to the readers of Tlic Journal in this space min a day or two. Look out for it ALBUQUERQUE, N M CO. We are getting in new goods every day. SOLE ACENT8 FOR SCILffi'SMIIIAIEE BEEI IIT n-clfiillj- call of in city and viclnllj- Bottom Ro c k P r i c s I Oreat incVuceBaents to every TocdLy- Front St.. hi building formerly occupied by 1 First National Bunk. AUTUMN STYLES. RELIABLE PATTERNS. EIKXCII STAJII'lMi ItMM U C. L HUck. EAGLE GROCERY STORE, COS ERBCCK, I'rowlelar. -Slavic and PMC; (irwcriet. -Cigars, ta IBT flft cttf. SUwrATtBiKJ. Ot-wli PERUVIAN IHTTKHS. A TRIAL UK TIIKSi: Peruvian (Bitters They are the Ik-si Hitters in the World. 1-Tliej- ly Vliullr.i, III- S.v.lrlu. III" ti! IHSKAIIFUI. Aixjollni.ir. HAiiir. nvrso- JIAXIA. Fur l-r "II Jl.Tcl.llili. 's Beer. THE VEKY BEST ItHasNoEoual STOVER, GRARY CO, Sole Agents. PREMIUM COAL! -TIIK- PACIFIC COAL COMPANY, Of rerulvt-il lh rir-i I'rrliiiun nlllic BEST BITUMINOUS COAL Just tin time, unit ii In Every Purl or tbe S7.00 PER TON I OFKICK Kronl OlllPal Real Estate Tin- Di-iink-riit.s- Snlil lo c rifil ill i- Slain ill' Ohio M .Miijnrlly. an; into iiiiiclijliku illiu iilili-'slavi-ry werL'.lbc'- llnt; over forly' yeas. ,'ligo in Ihe noith. .thai inlelli- meaniiif; men will diiler i.f the law.1 for !a reimily or Ihe .enforce incut of any rii.lil. ihis, we I lioj.i-- Hie trill liaiu ISpi-ulii-r Kii-n'er uf Iliu Onlniiiii Ilml tin ('1" .'-L l" n fu! P'u pnilik-nis that. ank-iil L-OII- siili-i-Alion. nl' l la- liiglii-st inle; I gnii I in i Mm lln of iln.- jmliliral aim Mwinl Il i-.-iiiiiiiL lie ill iis.il thai Um iiiLciiipi-'riiU-'titic nf aim Hiliu ill-inks ia iinu uf iliu must incur. i-iglilu evils uf: Hie ul1 TKLKliUAI'lIIC. ...I ism wiiii-kv and ili-si-eiMli-il.Siili i Kleel Cenorul In huh. L u ou ,U h-g. In II In Iniji.n. in illL! l.ls.rh-l, .Ull, th4, r. I m s r? w 11 r ulioiil gi mtj) lln Louiiuisis-ioni i siu I1 i il UIL iiriois gi i il'f-x loi i ulioid pnrjioim vilniL iln, loul j h is not Im 11 nnslniLlL-il iMlhm [Ilu liiinif ol tiuiL liiLsciilien In I ni MLIL n ArriMElvil liy (loifrillill-iit lo is oil _b I lit i OMIl-IT-i III Ililll-llllt. 01 llpsllltlM 'lUlOIIX -I Ulll Illll., 1 IL. Illll U ll uf llHBL IIIIS luii'ii'r.ijffu'ir.-ilui tln'iiof li'ia I SL lollllt I Illll I 1 lsslyll UlL 111 Ik Ml this I illli.i II i m I ill i lin I lo CLitifi iihliu ni1 ll ids to i ultoil iLOiiijimiLs uui lo in ii I to (oiilpiiuis. jtliL liiil 111 ilispi L h" inn them Is UK! fl t Ml 1 Mill I II t.ln: of in UIL ILIHIM.S I I mn 11 f sul'us nn; iiL'cujiviiiij .such il i? ini- know wlnitlri-r Ihev i-.un n: LLULliUls fio 1 tllL Ijlllllll ,r nhe IKI Lh v IJL ij[ m- chiise from tlicniiilruiiil companies Cliii-f of l-olli-r Wmliliiirtun Dr. ili-iN ,1 Uaiil uii lln: Opium III-W.K .ml Smoki-i-ii. Illl Crave (lie a I'l-niiiliiciil uf Aiiutcr. dam. N'eti Yurk. f CENTRAL '.BANK lit K.l.lfj-li.j ArccwnU iinkiin MI in Iti i-, Inn mil loth. ..HiiiuifeiuLw Ml tin h in'l h nm.-'ij' ,i I nd AgtiitToi1 UK.- Lnrgest. Slriuigwl liust in ihe work'. luii vivll known ll. II." dlviiliMiiU inn Over million I" III Ilii- Ircill of Sr. .si. Uiuji FRANZ HUN1NG General Merchandise r-toi-kiKTni or OLORLETA MILLS. Kwn on hunj of ill KirU of iiwh M Dndiflils, Groceries, Rtftfwm, RimHTURE.MEOICINES, PLOWS ITC. TtM Aour ul the Olo- Milli ii M food M the In Z3V 3TI nrewiiHiiy f-ir PI, CipliziiV. n'-T'ti-ii'iii--'! 1.11, Accl-... oit.t srii I1W.W! Gil. V M.7IU M- Wllh' thlli c nuiil hi.' rcpri-.vnlril In mr mionrv, I in IIIIK-: liuli-m- nlly nealii-riiMi I'V, l-'IriMir In- Dmili.nr li> Aci-UU-lil. .Mrraiinl lu ho ullier Ibl 11 IK found I Mu- of luurancc my IHTSI.II ll In .11 Ib dn- UllV Hun My iimclk.il ;i: of lo kwn UK lu llir pul. uv dune, to hv, REAL'' ESTATE! 1 llir liral In fouinli Cbnp lull MI isi-ins of pavniml. huflam loo. jure to ulvuiiculn v.iluo. In. .ill ol the 1 f yon waul m bur l hoiirt Ilfou wtiitiobuy nloi. rnu VMiUoMHtlnt ll -nn II iff have 1 houw i It vim want t muru hc jrou.ihoulil lto rent k houm, jroill Itac I the ohc jrou.ihoulil I ttvwtt wrvMimer IHS'IHIII for l-llllgliss miiiin uL I'lIl-IlLKi lliu Imuniiii g 1 HI ill (11 f.l s il. anil .Vc-.v York l-.i-o ur inon rpl Ulllo Ol IJ of tin sloil li UlLrs of lh, Ohio mil l ,1, i ftli llllLI IIL.ll lIlllLLols III. Ill, Illl Ol 11 ISfeJ ililn- hti'pui LLnt LOiipoii ho ills t'i_ ih r p l-tufUlLIUOlt-TsO I I O I) ip. lo il tin louial nu mi Ol-lllt-p -lUlL-Hlll ll d IK ilia mil th. iiaidi to li, vplnil lln MIL" g n i n m ut j lum nlncli ii.iillul iii'ihi" iiiEtfflfrilieJfo' put i ,si nfiTfiit'! iiAi'tofiiriT MII 1 11 is.l.'iitl'Gli'rrilJ H ugll KOKKKJN IJ iiuiiintis .td.wrflSl.il I lllLlllh ULEjl I Lll I, II Ml I II 'I Illll I-W f I uh II mil UhH -hi Wll ffihl M 'urn' miljMis1 II iinhmi ho ilnil liiilJom ttslnif m 1S77 iihl Ihn hoJlllf.LIl'l'L.sS.Lll Ihc Nh 111 UlLll jffiliL-ifsho'nKl IJL LHi! itLl lln n il, !-i in in ,i lu M nn il pri'Jill ItlUHS1! fUl UlL I ist --umin L, 111 Mllisl Illll ll LollllS 111 I reuJpTn ul I i UIL Illlll ILL oil pi IIL., nl In Lk in I ndiioil lo I OOJlo t I m I ii AULI- 'tuVtlflTratmL.! on IILI unl Lnp tih i M is ill I lohn LI i i' Kmi; losiph lohn I -jin ill mil I JiiJi II nn (.nnjiaUi iml'Willmn: Ciiim miITli.Trr.riliL imTg 1 li. i ,.lii to HIM LiuseLriih" jirovi-i! ;il Ihe Moi.-k hol.lcrs mi.-elin, I lohn k, IU i s iloon kLi pi i jiu'lliiH "uiiLt-vf U liy :i larye f-Uil 'to il n u Moit'of Ihe p iciil'ruvuliili'iii iiL-uniTcil in LhisiJis tiiLt r i i.olT ihr i.ipnlil 1 1 i i in iliiliUc for :i nnijnrilv of iiliuut sixiciiii liiiiiilruil. llirlHbur Fiilliir. I'.i.. Tin 10 Lc fliLs iimrii. i in H i- i fnliu Hi, il.litfiti, pi lit. Hit liH'uLiny tu oi'iler ;inil ileiiuniR-L-il Jcilin .1. lln-ir iL'ailur, for'nuL ;nitliiii; in in'iii! .itiiil iniiniiial liukL-1 OLI I-' V Colninljiis Ohio ipitiil lo MIL Join nil in-, Oilicial'i'iitiinis ii'iiliunLu Mial Llie HLMII- OLI III 111! III nil! Illlt JUDOO 1 ni i until i HIL oulli ulijii iliipun linn' n IIIILLI! in llie-.ijjbvtnMi" anil Tivi-lfih dislrictr mil. liolh; iii-n pnili.-ililv UeinorratU t MI il itiM lion sLanils i'uiirlL-en lu livi: TM IM INN 1 Kuifi-r says: r KcUor Itn, >p t is imw a inallu of rathui- full .Mu sliiiulil ;tri- .-mil tlmi Ihe shoulil whiit could not inlL-re.st.ll.iu vuters in the runil dis- li-icU; Ihev iio ncciisiun for aliirm and i-L-uiiiiiiL-ii :it home. 'I'lie units ivere. ivell DIL to Iiiki; eh.-irgL- ;it voliuj; mill lo lhe.se men was end UI'L ilulv uf I liius- wen B-il'lii llii! polls. In such an fni-l was mil iieuisisin-y. tin; returns that Ihe iniulu .-ill in ihei slrmixholil of lln lirpiibliL-aii part on iiL-anint of Ihc general" iipathy that prevail- uni iineslion wjll L-eiiainlv form an isiiiii a year henee. whin i (aivernor ami are I IN i.elief that lln: next, i impawn fullv rtslhi.s.' I siippoH- Ihe i-ii-lnry i-ost t whiskv ini-li fJO'l.O-'H. ami' lh.-y i.-hi-1-i-fnlly pay lin-e. il m i IT. in 1 I i ilml, tli L-ontrol. ijoriiy but stuck .liinl tin: inurlg'uge. pr'ijsenl iii'ivliiig actual iss.n: nf reilnuti'i'ii of ll '.niiLil after ll 1-1 m n ot 1 MitollLOiintJ Iliii ilip mil it n- inain'fiir the. buanl now1 to ile- tennini: Iliu liini- anil niiiiiuni-.of IIMI ing boiuLi and placing ihiiiir oii Lhu liiarlie.l. The mil miniiiig fur Ilu i 1SS2. wi-rc. t.S-MCI. l.-nll ot Oct.. The Tn n ury will anitinin: ririk-inp lion-liolh in York 'anil'in iiiglui uf Hit. llTlli ill foi wlthonra-liales lull owl ers while. "receiving Miu fnll iiituru.-ii.lii Dii'cinh i 2 li.l will nqiiirnl lo ik posit lln: snni i uctiiallv. line for thru ISSii. in Novembf.r 11. ISS'J.- A cliuck. for ihix-i. inoiiili's iiiti-n-si ii'inst hi forwai'iled by the l.'nili-d TI'I ii- liir lo lln- ivg'isl'i-nil owner iif lionilii nii'Lliu 1st of NiiYuniliur, ill llii: usual m IIIIIIT. The i-lTi.-ci. of this is of conrSL Lo now lo holders of-r.illcil liiiuils tin; fi'iiiii .Viivi'inlier l.-l .lo 1 1. Out. At a iif new lioiini uf ilirutl.ira of lh, HV.-ilern Miu fullowini; wuri- ulccled IHnke. mil Assistant. r.'cm-iiil- Malinger; .1. II. Van Ai-liua Vire-l'i-'-siilt-iil. I In I her hehl ov. l 1 IIL Th-is. I. Augustus Schi-i-l. Iliinisoii limki-. .lav I'.ussell 11. Corn-il. .Siilm-y Hilton. Cyrus VI'IKK. del. N', M York ami llmolilyn assoeialion of oliilion n-Kre; at. lleeth, i s withilraival, ihc l-elid' lhat Ihe of hi.s views on lliuili ical iiiul ilociriiiiil from lln 11 ,f till issnilil'oil U is ho lieienllv .strong to sin h i I'lin un l l ill I i' OLI lln us h iMIitf In n ill iik 'tlMijIlVii J-l link his, I flU. III lllL( "cLOu'llt- Horn loTl, to ISal I hi lu'eLlniKKf lln nn uit, i ummitlLL of UIL my this i tLiiioon null in 'inn I IIL gi mil jun' ifoiimlViii iinlii tun nl iBiinii'l'il Uronue'llliL IS, LlLlk Illll sloiul MiLlI i Ii ilhLr ikiiir'nliii ULIL Illlstlll III toloi Illll lining tliLiu willi i LonspincT jtli oln-iil the eilv hi ,j) fal.iu liillu oi'niiKP l l us Uf MIL in n tiLi of i molk- Illg lllllLll H tl IlltlOllllCld IlltfJ ll.gloilMMI.I lllOUllH t ihlisbniLiil of ir In sorts "wliLre of the, habit, might eiijoy their ipputlti s h pi ILIIILI! bulb m pnbllL md pru. lie' lln ittuuion f lln hts U-'Ctl 1 lllld 10 till 11LL of lkll are ami nijiiiiinii to IIL illli 1 h, ihnfof ]K) lice has issued orders to haviiMiell lh in in tin nU n tilt loKiiMil if Mie i ff, isbiilibl, j1 '1 nsiou 11 ih it imilhir troiu 1 on i In n prisoui bill iL till-, limn ill lliL9hui- iff mil [iiiliu to defend lln pnsum ra in the (JmnU jail Illl I'llL'l 1 Cttpt I l f yttWIlf 1 lorstill, mil the -.hip LlnllLiigir fionil I'liifflLlphiA, lnKI to fni IniLllT lo seAintn nti-tprn he Hi n unti Uihhd md hi lln MnrdmilL ojip Mir LI uellr of (Jlll.l.-MHO. U.. from lifty L-niii.iiii-s of i-h-i-lioii Ti: ihiy show a net ralic i-.iin md ulil ith lln IJ wlio hiuiKilh.it snieiile hy. sinHIU'IIK. ami injiliiint nf insanity lodged linsl him hy the. captain An.sTKiiri'.tji.'.V. The a prominent L-iti ill the cemtilerv Ht gnivi- uf .Iiilm Ivu u of Aui.-UT.lai Charliitiin. ir.ires of Hie iH.tn rotitet. X The robben ______il 1 y Ihr Ifrtve riy Livn hnndreil deaths h n ln Uiu of tliu li'idy pr, itlnn .-in Ll) ereclinn of n moiiii hear fron IKiiiOLril I IIL in nun. UK h Kraiikliii. (oimtns 1 i M if I IK ii......Minn is .in-niiir., IN. lilct-lTiu slaii.l 'In-.......ralslol lii.l.. IJ-I AMSTKIIHA M. X. Oct. I .MmlJiei.-.l iir.i- k......I I M in .mpm.L c 'l.MidfonlVmill. sUhhe-l lo 'ihe funeral i plover...Ian- llraill. in lln: face will, fund minium...... unl I twenly Kasl laix'.-snm was also i-iiistil for line's v u -i i mis of Olii... Tin- ag rranil p lln- mural: inli-lh- MI.U. Me! 12.--TliL-aiiii.u I ,11 M i mini ihiLli inn in I lo the s, (he. treasury I n si, u i1 ilnl in. l IMI- 1 ,_, 1S-1-J. over tha; of the pr al .fririi.U.if Ihev :n--el ave power. 'do no: (he party, tin riifht.s of (he ijnl-lii: ii-iiliin Ilu 5 him -.viilu-iiv of Ihe iiil.-iv law. The p.nly 1-ali M-k has iiii.-l Ihi.- rum 12. -UMli.im M. tes a card, ilunying lln iew lncli 1, i-, 11, mei Ihe Hi to slaverv into T. ni loli'-s. 'I'ln- ipiesli.m of 'c of 'IriiilM. is h, .iiiujj n ipii-siiim. p.. pl'-nf id.- .iM.il.) 'an- mikiny il a pnim- issii.-. I ;i imiM of ilivis M. llnul.sville this i. Jie-l at Oct. The trcn.s- .l--partment lo-ilaT piirului-SL'il iHJiliniii.-iM of I'm-: silver for Mm N< w Ui leans'. -Sin and Oct. .coin- imssionci of the I.mil onice. in nual report, stales Ihal Ihe lands not cmhraccil Ihe public iloinain iinonriis lo auriM.inuliidinf Ilu thai lion li'nv IIL- alMli.-med, lh.it Hid hoiiir- slcad laws eovera'.l cases, now arising. miuli- hist year imonntnl to acrist. embracing S near Toledo, Ohio, Which av.ernjpj of W371 I per acre. the o( .kick" I'fiudTuiiO.r llio fluil VTiTBnlh7iTffllr.nl. UM.lL! COIL, mtoliH i i llmlilis 'tlipiiWlM.IIIiislfelii ill ilislnl iftLns i.iH sliolim ill lllgLl AJ llJ l.lllll llOIIIHI hmniioLil'f ill loulbi Miionbi mil, illist piisonirs Illlll ll 1- ll.Lll ll Lsl7lhLSlfiiuih'L'msnl g mill It L m 1 of IIHOU- who numbM KK) oolsLh i is! ippu ilnl in lliu LhiLf Uiinm md of lln- n nn lu tin it Aioillsi n U lo i fpiL-slkiu ILlflULlloltl'lLil, ll'llt Hill lull u MIL IIIOM nn nt iltu ilh inlii o-it of i HodiilHCjjjLlilriau HL riuli-n he wonldTiiuM rjjlolLi il MIL p, ipitn moil of CCS1L-1 with i' to sLntiunnl Nofqiiiislioii'of govci nun ill In sml li inokmy md j I l i i inLHing of lliLpt  m m.l Hun nc m of IIIIT iinprovemi-jil.. Tiio o" look iii lli.-it the lutirki-t :will coulinni- much thesaiiii: us il; has l.-ocn uoteil ilnring past tw m-i. UM Coppir L I Si w IVItoW FnTVT. I'KNSACOI.A, Kill, l.lct. Alii illl- wrfccl report give) thirty-three -UL-CI of vellow fever unl six ilnill folal number at to date, to l 1V28. .Vinong .f'tiw tew ciws is Dr. at the Jnitwl .Stated marine hospital service, mill Dr. liemhavT, who Iliu al. ready recovernl from itn attack of .'.pidemic illness. There also two practitioners with xnodier ilrcmly sick, which cau.-i-.i a .lenoiiil of mwllcul to surTi-rer.-: The recent cases have INTII inarkod ij an of There i.i brilliant ot   

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