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THE J O UilNAL ALBUQUEKQUE, THURSDAY MORNING. JANUAHY 1,1885.
gXonting gcmrmil. VSOAt. AUD iBASSIlUlX AUVB.1TIS1N! RATH For firm six iusertious, we dollar per Incii acb tlmf, Kubsjuint insertions up t twoire, eveotv-flv cnts lor eaett time. After welve totertiba. fifty e-nls for each tlm. Loc-l no vo, tea cents pr Uo for etteh uir! tn. For adTsrtiain rate on ton time aol eitl iue on )ol printing, niluiK and bindinjc Appiv at the eounüng-rooia. corner SwunU trrt-i :i Rive aveni W. H. Hulvey is in from the range at Blue Water. Look carefully, over who will receive callers. the list of those - Ferd. Lowenthal has returned from his trip east, looking pretty well and happy. Don't fail to read the report of the coanty superintendent of schools on the third page of this issue. Every one who has used Albuquerque soap-weed soap acknowledges its merits. It isn't pretty but its good. Geo. J. DinkeL the banker of Las Vegas? was in the city yesterday and took dinner with Jefferson Raynolds. Nothing like it ever seen in the opera house. Shakespeare's 'Macbeth," Geo. C Miln's artistic masterpiece. Collections by our business men were made yesterday and so far as we can learn no one had reason to complain. Look at Torlina's greeting at the head f this page wherein he wishes his nu merous patrons a happy New Year. Governor Stover goes to Socorro to aight and thence to Magdalena. He ex pects to be gone for three or four days. The wholesale liquor house of Charles Zeiger will bo closed after 10 o'clock a. m. to-day for the purpose of invoicing. W. rt. Burke yesterday received a watermelon from California and to-day at dinner he will slice it up for the boys. Albuquerque soap-weed soap is made in large cakes for the laundry, small cakes for the toilet. Its ust will prove its merits. Stars will find their way to the city occasionally. One ofthe first magnitude appears on the evening of the 2d, at the pera house. The greatest event of the season Friday night at the opera house. Geo. C. Miln s "Macbeth," supported ty his powerful dramatic company. Don Jose Armijo y Ortez and his esti mable wife will celebrate the fortieth (40th) anniversary of their marriage on gonday, the 5th instant Glittering armor, magnificent ward robes, elegant costumes and great actors constitute the elements in "Macbeth," given by the Miln Dramatic company. The Journal desires to state that it was Levi Speigelberg, ot New York, and not Speigelberg Bros., of this city, who served an attachment on Hycian & Co. John J. Snyder has received a most beautiful silver medal as a souvenir of the cattle men's convention at St. Louis. It is a gift from the citizens of the latter city. John J. Snyder is at the Armijo, on his return from a visit among eastern friends. John is a friend of everybody in Albu querque, and we are always glad to have him with us. At the grand raffle at the Postoffice Exchange last evening, F. H. Kent, by a throw of 44 won the first choice of the two beautiful watches, and Geo. K. Neher the second choice. Mr. E. S. Briggsas accepted a posi tion in the Albuquerque National bank and will to-day enter upon his new duties. He has heretofore been in the -employ of the Atlantic & Pacific railroad company. Mrs. W. A. Sharp, wife of W. A. Sharp, assistant in the general superintendent's office of the Atlantic & Pacific failroad, left for Las Vegas last night to spend New Years with Mr. and Mrs Lasher, of that city. While we cannot wish the Santa Fe Review success in all its undertakings, it certainly has our good will as a newspa per, and we most heartily wishit, and all the good people of Santa Fe. a very hap py New Year. For home comforts, kindness and at' tention go to the Journal Hotel, corner Second street and Silver avenue, one block west of depot. Cheapest and best house in Albuquerque, convenient to depot, postoffice and banks. We understand that our friend, T.J. Shinick, will soon embark in some kind ef business on his own "hook" If there is any one of our acquaintance that w would like to see on the high road to "success" it is T. J. S. He is eminently qaalified to succeed in any town, hamlet, etc ; - The newly elected county officials who take their offices to-day are: Sheriff, San tiago Baca; probate judge, Justo R. Ar mijo; probate clerk, W. H. Burke; assessor, H. R. Whiting; treasurer, Noa Ilíeld; su perintendent of schools, W. S. Burke; commissioners, Mariano S. Otero, Oliver E. Cromwell and Marcos C de Baca. The Christmas tree for the children of the Episcopal church Sabbath school was held last evening at 5:30 o'clock and you can rest assured was well attended Everyone of the little people went away more than satisfied with their presents Rev. Shepperd received a purse of Si 10 from his congregation. With bright prospects New Mexico, Albuquerque and The Journal wel comes another New Year. We believe we shall have a larger immigration this year than any since 188a Our rich mines are attracting capital, our excellent stock ranges are being rapidly stocked with cat tle, end our rich valley lands are being cultivated to an extent greater than ever Desires to wish his many patrons of Flagstaff, Winslow, White Oaks, Las Yegas, Coolidge and Al buquerque, and the surrounding country, a May before. In no state or territory is there to-day better chances for investment than here, while our almost constant sunshine makes our territory almost a paradise for the invalid. There is room, wealth and health for all and The Journal wishes all a very happy, prosperous year and many happy yearsto follow. W. A. Rang, one of the jolly Atlantic Si Pacific conductors tunning between Peach Springs and Winslow, returned from a months visit to his folks in Ohio yesterday and took this mornings's train for his post of duty. He says itwas the first time in fifteen years that he visited his home, and that the cry of hard times is heard oftener in the east than even here. It is a grand sight these fine moonlight nights, and bright days, as we travel our streets in an atmosphere not differing much if any from that of the latter part of September in the north, the ground barren ot snow, to cast the eye to the east upon the snow clad San Dias' only twenty miles away. For thousands of feet rises up the ponderous mass of rock and earth, all now. hidden by its white mantle of snow. It is folly for Americans to risk an ocean voyage in search of scenery when right here in our own land, to be " seen from the window of a palace car, or from our hotels, are massive mountains made ragged by exposure to the storms of ages beyond the comprehension of the human mind. Albuquerque can furnish the scenery for the tourist; the health for the invalid, and opportunities for safe and profitable investment bp the capitalist. All are welcome. Economy la Wealth. If you would economize go to the ever popular Journal Hotel, where you will get the best table board in the city for the least money. The table supplied with the best. Polite and prompt attention to all. The Jatlerablp. It is now understood that the jailership will change hands in a few days, and we understand that the man who will likely be appointed is the one that kept bar for Mariano Martin, the old town dance hall keeper of several years ago. Should it be him we regret the appointment, as he is known to be a very overbearing and i abusive man. He is a large, powerful fellow and would no doubt make a good jailer if he had the proper temper. While on this subject we think Mr. Baca, the newly elected sheriff, would be satisfying his friends, and the public generally, by making Seymour Ball, the present deputy jailer, the jailer proper. tie is eminently qualified to fill the bill to the letter, and is possessed of such a dis position that makes friends of the prison ers under his charge. In the capacity of deputy he has served the county well and we would most sincerely re gret to see Mr. Ball retired al together from the jail. Let Air. Baca consult his betterjudgment, throw off all prejudice, and appoint a man that can command the respect of the unfortu nates who are incarcerated in the bastile. We kindly say these words in behalf of Mr. Ball, because he is the right man to fill the position of jailer. Joorntl Hotel Corner Second street and Silver avenue. This house is still sustaining its well earned reputation of being second to none in the city, as its numerous and ever increasing patronage amply testify. Th table is always supplied with the best the market affords. Christmas Tra. The Christmas tree services at St. Johns Episcopal church of this city, which owing to unavoidable delays, was not held till last evening, is recognized on all sides to have been the finest thing of the kind ever seen in this city. The rich melody of the music as it vibrated through every portion of the elegant church quick ened the pulse and "gladdened the hearts of all the large assernbly present. Rev. Mr. Shepperd, the resident pastor, was made to feel lhat his services were ap preciated by his congregation and many warm mends, by being presented witn a purse containing $110. The presentation was made by Judge Hazledine in a touch ing and appropriate speech. Among the many rich present our atten tion was attracted to that of aji elegant silver fruit dish to Mrs. Spencer and a fine book to Nr. James, the organist. To the untiring efforts and constant work of Mrs. E. H. Smith and Mrs. Chas. Etheridge, is in a great measure due the success of the evening. A Dollar Saved 1 Dallar Earaad. If you would profit by the above, old but true saying then lose no time, but go to the Journal Hotel tor your table board with or without room. You will not re gret it as you will be satisfied of having got the worth of your money. The untidy,dirty appearanceof a grizzly beard should never be allowed. Buck ingham's dye for the whiskers will readi ly change their color to a brown or black, at discretion, and thus keep up your rep utation for neatni3t and good looki. ' JOHN. the coming year THEY WILL RECEIVE. H'ber Ton are ta Spend leer New Tcur'tUij. While The Journal wishes every body a happy new year and a prosperous one we are unable to attend the numer ous invitations that have been extended to us. The list is given below: Mrs. Edward Medler will receive from 2 to 5 p. m. assisted by Mrs. John A. Riley, Mrs. A. E. Baker, Mrs. Dr. Easter day, Mrs. George Frost, Mrs. W. A. Mitchell and Miss Lizzie M. Gilmore. Mrs. M. B. Hambel, assisted by Mrs. W. S. Sharp and Miss Cora Hambel from 1 to 8, Corner Lead avenue and Secoud street We beli eve the "Cactus Club" is going to make calls to-day. If so, the ladies called upon wil hear some good singing. Mrs. J. J. Blower, assisted by Mrs. J. H. Kuhns, Jr., and Mrs. A. G. Wells, will re ceive from 2 to 7:30 o'clock p. m., at the residence of J. J. Blower. Mrs. W. Y. Walton will keep open house to-day from 2 to 6 o'clock p. m. Miss Mattie Wagg and Miss Matie Roberts will receive at the residence of LMr. J. Seibert, in the Highland addition. Mrs. J. H. Drury and Miss Mattie Webb will keep open house to-day from 1 1 a. m. tc 6 p. m. Mrs. David Lesser will be happy to see her friends to-day, and will be assisted in entertaining them by Miss Judith Man dell, Mrs. Weinman arid Miss Sallie Trauer. ' Sana af Temperance. Albuquerque Division No. I, will meet this Thursday evening in the Highland Methodist churc'i, at 7:30 o'clock, to in stall the officers elect for the ensuing quarter. The programme for the good of the order is as follows: Reading, "Death of the Old Year," Mrs. M. T. Stephens; Song, "Temperance Battle Cry," H. A. Sully, reading, "Survival of the Fittest," W. F. Packard; organ solo, 'Home Sweet Home," Miss y. Grace Stephens; reading, "The Old Reading Class," N. C. Dennett; reading, "Tenny son's Revenge,,' H. A. Sully. H. A. Sully. N. C Dennet. W. F. Packard. Committee. Silla a Macbeth. Mr. George C. Miln, the new tragedian who bids fair to snatch the Shakesoearian laurels from Edwin Booth, is to give us Macbeth at the opera house Friday even ing, and the occasion will be the greatest theatrical event of the season. Miln closed a very successful week in Denver. During his stay there the papers have gi vea. him column after column of com plimentary notices, from which we select the following from the Tribune-Republican: Miln enters into its spirit with a discriminative intelligence. In Macbeth, his intellectuality and histrionic attributes go band in band without a jar. His Macbeth is far superior to his -Richelieu, and twice as good as the impersonation of the same role he gave in Denver a year ago. He has largely overcome his disposition to rant, which by the way, is not a bad fault in a beginner, for it is evidence ot earnestness; and, though it is possible for him to give a clearer contour to his per fornace, and we believe he will, with in creased experience, yet it must be ad mitted, taking all things into considera tion, that his work in "Macbeth" is some thing phenomenal. His reading is excel lent and his enunciation would be fault less, if he could rid it of a certain indis tinct and unoleasant falsetto, which now and then accompanies his reading ofsottp voce lines. That this fault grows out of a poetic appreciation of the sentiment ef the lines, we know; but that it appears an affectation is nevertheless true. Miln has the true artistic spirit. The artistic execution will come. He is now having the hard experience which all actors have suffered, and be should work all the hard er, because success is already so near. In the third and fifth act he was equal to the passionate demands of the lines and situations, and won the enthusiastic applause' of his audience, which was a discriminating one. Macbeth may be ranked as one of Miln's- best impersona tions, and as one' in which he may one day be truly great Lias af Competitara tor K. 11. raen Ical'a ! Cain and Candy Prise. The following list gives the names and number of tickets now held by each for the prize to be awarded at 6 p. m. to-morrow. The field is still open. t Mrs. Lyons 1 Mrs. Toy lor 1 Mrs. McfHellau . 2 Mrs. Cotter 1 Mrs. Felicitas Cbave 1 MissM, Codington.. 2 Mrs. T. W. Meads- .. 2 Mist Lizzie ilouabue 1 Mrs. J. ft. AlbrieQt.. 1 Mrs! Henry 1 Mrs. M. !. Frown.-., t Mrs. W. B. Ham ble 8 Airs, v n. hlmoatl... i Mrs. J. fe. i.reenicaf 1 Mrs, H. scoit 1 The only complete stock of carriages at Zirhut's. A all. Happy New Year to Saint &Cleland. Alum is used in many baking powders as a cheap substitute for Fruit Acid. Ail such powders are dangerous, for it "re quires no considerable amount of alum to disorder digestion and ruin health. Am monia is sometimes used to enliven the powder. To escape all of these objection able drugs, use only Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. Fine fresh Turkish Figs at Saint & Cleland's. Having just returned with a lot of fresh milch cows, I am prepared to deliver milk in any quantity to any part of tba city. CP. JOXE. be a prosperous Swiss Cheese, genuine imported, Bologna Sau sage, genuine imported at Saint & Cíclanos. . Bnak Moflea. , The annual meeting of the shareholders of the Albuquerque National bank, of Albuquerque, New Mexico, will be held at the -banking house of said bank on Tuesday, the 13th day of January, A. D., 1885. for the election of seven directors. W. K. P. Wilson, Cashier. Albuquerque, N. M., Dec. 1384. New Orleans molasses. Blackstrap molasses, Sorghum molasses. Maplé syrup. Sugar Syrup. All at Saint &CIeland's. -- - - Just as Good. Many unscrupulous dealers may tell you they have remedies for Coughs and Colds equal in merit and in every re spect just as good as the old reliable Dr. Bosanko Cough and Lung Syrup, unless you insist upon this remedy and will take no other, you are liable to be greatly ' de ceived. Prices 50 cents and $1.00. Sold by J. J. Phelan. At 10 o'clock a. m.? the bride at JaiTa Bros., store mil be chanced off, and at 10:30 a. m. the musical ship. All parties inter ested please be on hand. Jaffa Bros. WANTED. WANTED Roy to sell the Dally Journal Apvily at Journal O uutiiiK room. "VVT" ANTJi-A young man well edúea'ed de v T sires a iiosiioa; understands English, Spanish and Germao. Address "N-." Journal Office. t WANIhD itavirf; a 1-rse trade I will pay the nicest pouihle price for all kinds of furniture and Housekeeping fiood. Don't sell nutill yon ca;l on me. C. D. Favok. auction house Kaiiroad avenue. FOK iiKNT. TO LET Nice furnished room to let. En qmra ai the Journal office. KENT iurmshed rooms. with pas only four Sj Alameda liouso. Second street. doors irom Kailrond avu. mil RKNT Knoms in th Kio rande House Xtn rent. fiirnWiipil or unfurnished: also the larre diuins r)0'n in sam, suitable for society purposes, storage, etc.. inquire at liouso or at City Drug More. 10SKS. Geraniums, Carnftlhius. Oolen and t AbutU!oii,, a hrautiful lot, lor sale r.y JIKS. A. M. WI! live MB, at the greenhouse corner of Eiiibth street and Tijeras road IílO't MALK oíd newspapers, clean and nice 1 at The Journal office, at fid cents per hundred. THE INDIAN -SCHOOL INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT Orders reeeivnd and contracts made for pai'itina in ail its hrauchés. t-peclal attention siren to graining and interior decoration. iele)h'ine .No. 6u CEili'lA RUSTAUBAHT. Railroad Avenue. Good meals 33 csuts, or $5.00 per week. 0"Z"3a?!E?S. CHICKEK, Etc., 69 cts per meal or $3, ptr week. Liifsii's Living ñgs. THE OFIXO AGK has been published for moro lhaii for.y years, and has met with Ountmuous c inimeuafion and success. A WBtKLY aiUiZl.v'E, 11 gives fitty-two uumDe. s of sixty-four nages ech, or more than Three and a Quarter Thoasaud double-coiumu octave pages of reading matter yearly. It presenis in an inexpensive form, considering its amount of mutter, and with a combined fresnness and completeness no where else attt-inpt-d. Th best E-ys,-f:eTlew, Crltlelgmt, Ferial acd abort r-torles, Skoiuhes of Tra.el and Diaeovery, Foetry, Kcleutiflc, Bl ogrraphlcat. Historical and folit ioai Information, from th entire -body tf' Foreign Period icHl Literature, and from the pan of the FOREMOST LIVING WRITERS. Tbe ablest and mt cnltiTated Intellect, In' every Department of .Literature. Science, Politics and Art, find expression in the Periost eal Literature cf urope, aud especially of Great Britain. The Living Age, forming four laree volumes a year, lurnuhes, fr-:m the great aud generally inaccessible mas of t .is i.teramre. th only coni lation. that, whilo within th" reach of nil is .at factory In tha Cornple eness wliu whicü it en5rae?j wliai-cv- r 's of immediate in terest, r of sniiii. permanent value. - It ii therefore Indiipen sable to every one who wishes ro keep pace wi:n the events or luielieciual progress ot the time, or to cultivate in himseit or Ids lamliy general intelligence and literary tate. O1PI3STI02STS. "Nearly the' whole world of authors and writers ai)pea- lu ilie Living Ace la tuelr best moons. Arc. science and literature llnd fresh and t-loqu-'iit expression in its pages from the pens of the be-c wntrra ..f tbe day : aud the rea er i - kept well abreast of the current thonuht of the age ' Roston Journal. "it mav 1 e truthfully and c0r.1L.lly said that 1' ni-v-t "off-ri a dry or valueless page." Ke York Tribune. M. jii-aphy, fl tion. science, criti ism. his tory, poet' y , t.-ave.s, whatever men are inter ested in. ah are found here It furnisnes more for tne mouev t costs tiian any other periodical w.thln our knowledge." The Watchman, B08-ton- -"jt has for us an lnterf st and value beyond those ot any other publieati -n. (lomlng once aweek.lt K ves, while yet fresh, tne produc tions of the foremost writeis of the day." a- ntreal Gaze to. . "Port-mrst of the electric periodicals. "-New York World. it save.-, nAr only time, but monay," Pacific Chmcbman, San Francisco. "It has become lnubpensable." New York Observer. It is one of the marvels of the age." Specta tor, Hamilton, ( a-mda. FubUsiiMT weekly at $8.00 a year, free of postal". TO N t W 8UBSCBIBEKS for Ihe year 1883 remitiics; before Jan lt. th9 number of 1884 Issued after the receipt of their tubsiription, will be tent giatis. and happy one for the full measure ELEMENTS OF JOPULARITY ! NEAT, SIMPLE, DUBABLE & CHEAP The best Folding Bed yet constructed. Suitable for Parlor, Office or Store. Call and examine sample at STRICKLEK, MABRINEJR & CO'8 . , ' Agents for Albuquerque. CANES. Gold and Silver Headed. Most elegant designs. LI. SHA.RICK. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that Fred Rauseh has this dav sold his meat market on Kaiiroad ave nue to Wm. Farr, who will carry on the busi ness ;;t the oldetand, always ke-pin(r on hand the best of meats of every variety. Mr. Rausch requests the patronage In favor of Mr. Farr. FRED KAUSCH. Dec. 10, 1881. WM. FAKE. rtflSALL PAPER Closing out Plain 3f. I and Decorated Paper Hangings tí W at Reduced Prices. , 1. J. SHARICK. FRUIT TREES, SHRUBBERY, ETC. rders by letter or In person received at my resilience. River view. Albuquerque, for all kinds of Fruit, Shade and Ornamental Trees. Shrubbery and Foses suited to this climate, for spring oí 1835 delivery. Parties may select their own varieties, or leave selection to judg ment of undersigned. Dec. 13.188. H. B. WHITING. DIAMONDS and Fine Diamond Jewelry. An Extensive Assortment of Loose Diamonds and other Precious Stones. Diamonds mount ed in latest styles. Mountings to articles on short notice. I. J. SHARICK. FRANZ FALK'S ihvaukoo Beer! SOLD BY - . Spiegelbers Bros.. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M,. mi ir ir y m 1 1- SOLE PROPRIETORS Wholesale and Retail Dealers in GENERAL MERCHANDISE FLOUR and PROVISIONS. CLOCKS American and For eign, in Gteat Variety. Reg- ulators, Uthce Clocks, caien- 'rf-M .mi aer v.iocks, rrentu v.iui;k, r 1 t.- u.. ucnoiui uutu, x-uui nun-dred-day Clocks, Cuckoo Clocks, and Nickel Clocks. I. J. SHARICK. WARNING! Occupants of houses should secure their Windows and Doors against Cold Drafts of the coming Winter, by ordefing with out delay,patent METALLIC and Rubber Weather Strips for Windows and Doors, which entirely excludes - COLD DRAFTS in Winter, saving your fuel ; and DUST in Summer, saving your carpets, Curtains and Furniture. RATTLING SASHES stopped. Have stood the test of 15 years on finest Privaie and Public Buildings in the principal cities. Warranted Good for Five Years 1 FOB SALS OSXT BT t. id. TO"rs"Hii3sr, Wholesale Dealer In Carpets, Ecoís,Srioes,Genís' Furnishing 6oods ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. ILVER WARE, Silver Water Sets, Silver Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, Fruit and Berry Dishes. Cake Stands, Bar Sets; Knives, Forks, Spoons, Ladles, Nut Cracks and Picks. . I. J. SHARICK. 1WH ysa Everybody Wants a Homcl There is no Place like Home, You can cet a home on the leading streets of the City of Albnqnerqe. If you wish It on First Secoud Third Fourth F'f ih. or Sixth street you can get it, anywhere ycu want, close to the beat school in Albuquerque, high grounds, god water, well laid out streets and every con venience of home comfort by paying in monthly Inst aliments as mnch as you now have to pay In rent aud have nothing at the end or the year to showlorit. You can have a good home for your family by applying at once at the office of the Home Association, Corner Fourth street aud Kaiiroad avenue. All applications have to be in before each Wednesday's meeting. Ti tles guaranteed. No business transacted on Saturday. By order of the president of the association. 8. ALEXANDER. HOWARD WATCHES, , Waltham Watches, Elgin Watches- Hamndon and Springfield Watches, Fly Back, Split-seconds, Chronographs. Complicated Watch Repairing a specialty. I. J. SHARICK. TIJERAS HOTEL TIJERAS, N. W.. E. A. SUTHERLAND, Proprietor. Good stabling, aonwL te. Terms reasonable. av-' NléilTJCZIíES& XA ' ir-fiiT Wjutf Éfs ,df msLmmmsi mÉam oLi iQ f 0 H (D p O o H CD id t? o p i CD P Pi - Pi W CD CD M9 Q 3 CD PIANOS PIANOS 2 &UU Ealk i HENRY& CO., , . Wholesale and General Mnsícal Agents for the following Irst-Olass planes : 3 Sleinway, Chickering, Ivers & Pond, Hardmann, Hal ! lett & Davis, Knabe, Weber, Wheelock & Co., Steck, I Sohmer, Miller, Pease, Kimball, Lyon & Healy, Decker Bros., Emerson, í ischer, Hames. and Hazleton. Pine Organs : j Chicago Cottage, Estey, Mason & Hamlin, and West- j era Cottage a!l well-known and first-class Organs. j -VIOLINS I -IMPORTERS OF- violins Spanish Songs and Books si;. tails Second Sir, bet Railroad A Gold Ave. Open from 9:30 to .11:00 a. m.; from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Day admission 10 cent skates 15 cents. Evening admission 15 cents, skates 25 cents. NEW FLOOR, NEW SKATES. Instructor For The Ladies. No Improper Characters Admitted. T Railroad Avenue, Oposite Grant's Optra House. PRICES OF WALTHAM AND ELGIN in 3 oz. Silver KAMI. KAMX. STERLING, 7 Jewels. - $15 00 WILLIAM ELLERY, 11 Jewels, $17 $0 P. S. BARTLETT, (improved) 15 jewels, patent regulator, - -. aj 00 APPLETON, TRACY & CO. (improved) 1 5 jew'spat. hair, sp'g, pat. re , adj. 41 00 B. W. RAYMOND, full jeweled, paL regulator, aojusted, - 47 50 ESfTh same movements In heavier eases, with gold Jiinis, írom 3 o SS extra. Hampden, Bockíord, ano other movements in gold or silver cs e. at similar prices. REHEtfBT.R, "very watch Is examined ard reenUted hy mwlf and a c--t ku amatas given.-Kote th address, A-JIIIIXJ íi, .KVJEItlTT BAILbOAD AVOTf, P. 8. Any Watch snt C. O. D., with privilege oí examination. Albuquerque. X II. of 365 XD--TS H 3 0 Q ó OUOAXS 0XGANS B 1HE u : Kyis retail dealers In few . Merclia'disei s FT2 era T3 EL É23 Í Gl iTARS .8 J Í jlMl & X C Jr WATCHES - - ALL STEM WINDERS cases. Hward, Li r! via