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   Albuquerque Daily Journal (Newspaper) - March 17, 1882, New Albuquerque, New Mexico                                ALBUQUERQUE. N. 31.. KHI DAY, MAHOJI 17, 1882. Six Plights and Saturday, Matinee Till-: CKUCUKATICD AXD ONLY JAMS THEATRE COMPANY IS CIAS. ETI OVER: CENTRAL BANK Silver Saiid. and.' Orchestra Finest Sc( ol' Scenery or She Ever htiulril. Tliis i-oiupiiiiy lias for ils stcllor attraction the. charining young actress, Supported by a Powerful- I i MONE Will .Itnir.r CulU ky UvprtiKHi none hut Ortt-CUss louitiiiiilrfK. Life Accident ALL G- O O 3D OOLID Mas Uvcrpmil; Uinilon and Clabv.. .ll.OU.1.194 IKTO lloinr llinilrunnu-ulnii !MH SprlnufliM I'lni lind U IMI Coinnicrrial Union, 17.1.1 I-In SJfcT'S VOLIBILI1V. Win. Jl. Viimlcrbill l.YN UK Work In Tliroufh (he PI-CM. UK is KXTKXSIVKI.V. AIIVKUTISKD. we can'ire; un more ihan they do. al- though WL- pay and lln-v ilnn'l. They dil-tlile [n what' w'e shall '-arry freight and pav-enn'-is' and have [o submit v'n Ibeii- deris- ion. Ibis talk about, railway com- mission V" In York people iion'l know what, a railway eoMnn-ssion do. or thai lo put nndel; a would be to.place us I All [In.''rival railways are iloing ;ill 1 ll-'Tblnki Alionl KaMruiul un ami til. "Oil, t.ji 1--VIIHU-1" I.IK "Dlrtj Will] Voitk. March William 11. Yanderbilt was i-allcd e.pon al his res- porter who desired to'gel his views a. n itep perhaps ihe haidi-M lo lake.-road-. so Inni; hut al'ti-r that eyvry ibinj: .nppi-ars !-i'a fall! have worked S'i'm'.iith' i-noiifih. The --I' Ii are aisi'ii; now in over iheir .ditli'-riltii fn-edi'Ui iil oilier The I 1-- a> York :i speaker's explanation. McKnnna wilh- drew Ibe resolution, tin: matter drop- the .iril i-laiini-d that tin: people of Calilnrnia h.ive Ihe -renmlv in iheir ards set out at. random. P.ut 1 proiniiieil to tell you about Hie Moipiis. We down theXcanoii about right miles, when Irregular walls bi-fiin t'i recede: and jinXyintlT instead a-eafion are in a ralft- mil HVe niir eastern valleys, but Mat T11K l.'Nl'lilCl'K.DK.VTKI) Sl'CCKS.S of 'this favorite i-uuipaiiy in tliej ia.sl. and v, -NinUrrriil uinl milAiumleil-.pGpulanly. ol' its sTAK. i-hasle ami iliaL renders the i-'-ai mil beiiiL'i-ni within NJ-W Ynrk wmiid v iirisUd liict! but Hat Ihc p.vscul perfect ly .how Ulr nf j nver bed ,t ii; only Ihe They have, made following: pn-it imi. I he lad is Un-.-r :iull -ind -ifl." re-'! i -Jarniiiire.im.-iil....... for.. livo years. f.'.ninit excite- In: iV I O LOAM j menl have been pi-rfi-dedr Yes then-' all born people. Tavlors .V' !ll'-v seeM: olll-v t alwav> hnvt ilon. S ATI; RDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE u -s -IREAL fur the of in Albuquerque, pruprr. Lewis A Syntoiids Alltutie JL Pacific Highland Addilioi. li.'lin l.m.-vr any ran way I: is a iended. I! iMiii-lhal a .slop-was i j side. i put In it. l-orn-arly a year ihe rail- Mi.n.'. i li-m-ia. loll ways were.eriKa-e-.l in an war. has only one. obj.-rl ami rocarv nfihe bi (three but in.fact an. en Yonder-in Ihe soulhwesl. lies mount San Franciieo, with its -iI sunTinit Btiiii'dinj.; soli'arr I in ils royal majesty. Soon i: reach ihe lootof Ihe mesa, when Monday Evening- March 20th, the drama. The Hidden Hand, .MATT11-: appearing IL-; GA I? I TOLA. (.Ynera! Adiuis.xlon -x. Reserved Seats on sale at SMITH'S NKW.S STAXD, New Albiiqncr-j qup, :ina '.'A IT. -.SWKKNVS New Meiic'O Kmporinm (Did for j PCFCI A'JdilJOU. Kacli ]iersun buying ;i lic-lcul. in New Albuipiertpic will be given a v round trip street ear ticket True of charge. Struct cars will be in wailing after Bad Addition. each performance. arc fully alive to tho magnitude of II a pail of the way so dillicult. to climli thul.steps have been cut in ll.ie iiii.iioiH! ruck In make the journey railroad .questions and-o theiniluencej ;vllrjnl., I will' ,l" journey which HOK from the.decision of them Uiei llns Wl: nieL'1 we may i-.tpeet the fnlle.it discussion I alid nii'ist correct jiulgment. The has tanghi' all a good le.ssuu. The f I war has cost a' peat deal money and 'the only Seal ll; I'Aii: my invrsi nieiii. y-m can just count mil. The cost of transportation been reduced-ami IhcPe I'liiinopillii-s Which has been cul dn-.vn ]irolils, I suppose, the knowledge of hou if il. Would il elianjje portation eaii be done. Thai is .-.....it- Iheir ter that has been clearly proved by the ''eri'V on cpnt'esl. and I Ihijd; tha: I lie hil 'I- railroadmen have i.een prisi-d the MBiill." Ihi'i li'cace ''xc ''oulu Invc said it p jl'iiileil Siales li.i enforef. 1 hese claims j against I'eni. .Mr. Converse, of Ohio, presented a bill lu prevent tin: consolidation of railroad WASllIM.'TON. ass (he water carriers with vessels Thai resemble, pumpkins with handles to In I hem. The women carry all the waler fnim.ihe springs, 300 feet below their dwellings, and .truiljfi: along their burdens strapped under their as patiently ;us the burros. Tin-: Miiyin The Moijui hi'ii.ses, like all tliosr nf the I'lu-lilos. are Mat roofed and built f I ndiaii afTairs fxvorslh f sloiie. Man of these are t turim high, and sume an.1 I lure and MeSenb-ro Indians in New t hese upptfr. storips can .bu Si-i-r.-tMry Til? eoinini'.tee ri-i-i.n ii-led i-i-rtiiin in !ln- us.-- of Ibe Unit will fun-Is in Ibe Tnlnre. TIIF.ST.M: i it.iOO will luiv u.loi on -iiri-i-t. JU.M norll wilb bilillll.ic. Illiv i milliiiMiirigon.a-viiar.-Tliiils rhrai 1 bur liHUit Ic.t.ToxMJfrd nir irarl of llifhluiuli yow. prr niunlli.- carding wool and d propenr In ihe d lew nort liullil- Inf. n new. link err wlili ispij-nold brlfli'j question of, vast imports net.1. .It passed because of its vi.-rv imiiiirtjuice. but It passed; I lo- .liie anlhoril nt to (lie will liuv Uuilillnc anil I i-urnrr lIunlllE 'nvtnn l.KX) will bnv n Iliiusr n! .lisxni. wliloli now throe block." fro l.aoo will liny n froiu tile ilrpol will IMIV a. tnd Int on nil.-, ju.sl ii'inh nr Armljo .ho n-nls lur i.V pur lunllh. K.CKK) win liiivtlin nncsi willi Uir'-c i l-'unrlli slri-cl LEWIS X 1'rops. Their riews wcreiiiiirruvv :nic! llieir ]iiMll'.s .were niiirli wore liy :m.. jf Wl. ilia's niiii dflicinl inl.-resls. Ilicn- tlii-y were isnsilile in .leiennini- I In: Criiin tli.'U il lion itntl Unit Hi.: of i lie 1 lionse Hir tin- of Thu iinprc-ssiou is I :i ion of I lie Sen- The Only Practical Cigar Man in Town. 1 a country uliou exaininalimi and llial -or SUL'U IJWEI.I.IM; MOCSKS. hsilni; hassprtiiiit the advi For Kent, i.i.iM.: no will, rlnsi-l.s curb of the Inirliway, and discover here openinir.'- in tin) ninlllli of ivliirli is a ladder. D-iwn below, i.i on-.- of thrt. Woolen factories of ilu; Kiwn. ID con- sists of lar.L'e roo'm where many ini-n are aL some o.' them almost lliVn. and weatinif iheir blankets. Tobaccos and Smokers' Articles. HEW ALBUQUERQUE, M. STEIN, MANDELLI CO i TO JStoiii db Oo. V'UOI-E-IAI.K ANI1 RETAIL HARDWARE, STEEL Eiuiii. Ammunition. Timbsr ud i i lllllllS- r stmiii i sion -which i subject and certainly constitute that are lii'-n ofj -Vtucks'nl ability, fainioss and practical wisdom. I have be---n ,1 better men priibai.ly cmild have; vabie. l.ak been selected, and ihe r.-snll nf their for exai deliberation will be acci-n'.i-d i.y Ihe; SMM' win-re il world as Ihe most jus: concbisio'n that suiiposi! it'is ail Hiving in 30 300 will buy ilculnblo Ion In jliBh- I AnillLlon llittc we duiilile j I will hnv'lwn lots In tht Bsra nddltlon ciirm-r.Tlilnl two Ims lire In a very dcslnible [runt un sirerM.ni'flli west, arc clirnp. -A.35T13 I3 T XT B E, 3. for Our Prices Before Purchasing J. K. BAS.YE, WATCIIK5, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, CHARMS. FANCY STONE RINGS, SCARF PINS, LOCKETS, HAHl ORNAMENTS, FILIGREE JEWELRY. iin Lrild nr uf. l I will rnldraci: Inis. rnrnrr Kltlh str.-ci Md.Und h-ouilni litroi-ts north :ind wt. I will l.uy iwo cm the I will buy a-corner (rrl front on Sc-c- I nnri slrri-i. on nvr'ivciim at ej jur i rrnt Inlrn'st.-'i prnvlilrd Ibc pnrchaurr -J--------Kllljmllil iljiouw Ilirrriin O will bur 'other lot .inn Second Mlrerl nn BRACELETS, PUZXLE RINGS. Our Kneilii'c.s for .Hitiiifnntnrlng Kllliirrce I'n.iimjd.isrd. >Ve Invite .VDI..'nlle.nliun In the onlj- Iin3 of llils of In country. E. J. POST CO. L.: AND IIKIAII. I y SHELF HEAVY HARDWARE Cuns, Pistols ant: Ammunition Brach Copper or AI.I, Cf.'s will hnv'lM' on Kcrnnri slrorl, cnrnrrnf'Sllvi-r.-iv-fnu'-. Inrlllilinc llirre small lion.se.i.'rrntlne for prr muiilh: This will worth Ix-.- lure January I. iitu, ol Illn HUlll .-bopi of thr Alhnllr MIK! PiiclDc: ihFK ii double i will luiv iUot on SfTouil -ilrrri. In the ll.'ira nddlllon. frunlln; Ilir AtUnllo ind I'nrl- Br nud grounds jutt Hit rallruud Projcrlj. will niv--nneh nf J.I trm. 'ihnw north of Hie Jo im- mr ieo mi- lure ICT.-IIW vines. vlnrs one j-far old. iiofnilt frrn.M boiiM. mid t new eorrol: on rnny lernu. will ,hii7 t Mnch of Iwrke ncrrv onf Mir from trie don. Adjutant He.neral Orum said ihe crii-ii. of Miixon was one .of the kni.ivi-M In military -law; but a iidlig-aiinn of his si-n- i K-m-e wmild no; be liy the war di'inrlm.-ni. are loo low., It has in. rea-' I'-AI-TlMfiiiK. Mariih ul Ohio be reached. I presume the oiii- cers of (he railway companies will ac- cept ir as t.be liasis of srltleniHiu. 1 shall be >villini{ to do so if il wi is tbe p railway 1 consider the ircmely favoraljle. Trail on tin- llallimore and Oliio .railway noar Annapolis junction this which leaving the coach--s on track. Shortly afli-rward an accommodation loo.aiid tha Is alii telescoped Ihe coaches, and sev- alioill il Thei'e :1re some were SfVerely hurt, hut very Ko..ii' streer, of couVsu. Some of l! e bears I know, i hal I iiil-lonlc lo lie i nii-i'l'ibenral holels and on the! is 1 nud larger volume than it has been bo when 1 meet fitm. but ihey: rue fore, lint ratesof freight have prc- j cheap -feiiows, very Clicap, all of them, vt-nted our reaping ihe full advantage bnvs'stock has -jot to of 'the vicrciLSed 'bnsi- S0me Ihingio do it willi bill Ihe itiiderstiiinl I'.icilie I rains lire, lyinjfat Blue Canon, the road hriiif; blocked by llap a snow slide has carried away the sheds. Another oeenrcd at Tamarac. prosjiects of large crops' I his j an Vrtiake. money mil of The damage is nol .known. I'lolrs :uul season -are exceedingly brilliani. and it! the nf A man i a force of nyn are' at work- is my opinion lh.it, Ihe railways will; wilf, takes of Ihe wants ,n! j el, the track. earn inore this year than last. Lake is a mean, cheap man. l.In Shore earned fiijhl per cent divi--, widows and orphans n r.d. Illui-knl "111, .Sr.ow. SAX March dends las I 'year, in spin- of al! .slate- 1 Ml I incuts to the, contrary, and r have no j yon it is a poor, mean business. donljllhat business will be siiilincnt only one sat.isfaetion, easy Air Lhe rest of the jireseiil year. In j ,-0nie, go. a'li'd Iliese nn-n n.miiilly able IL lo ennlinne ei.L'hl eenl 
                            

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