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iTIorniitfj Journal. VV:;. ñ i iTj ATVn.y WT AOTTRTTFnfO P. TFS r f rst ' .t.-"- r'.. .'lie oi..r per inch 4ch irue. .uti-.'iHit ueri.lu up t." twelve. jM-L'y-iTf fii'J wr íafli tiir.e. Altor twert In-'-rt.-jiiS, Lr.v cect fur ti'-ii lime. Lo;al ni ím, ten ceaá pr liue lor eaca : ..: ,u , For dTrtLintt te en t-v- t'-A ' BiAie on 1í rrmtimt, ruing ami l-iidiu t;P;y a; thcouíU.l!itf-jiWHii. corner ícovi.u i rt aad 6vr vaco EUSIíED í Yi'e shonUl reinarle, and trade is increasing ercry day. Why is it? Simply because we sell (JO 0 1) GOODS for CASH PRICES and therefore you get them cheap. They all say that try it that our KANSAS AND COLORADO FLOUB Tulas ilia lead. Á -bet ter assortment' of staple and fancy groceries cannot fee found in the city, in cluding all lands of f resh Fruits, Vegetable 3, FUh, Oysters, etc. In quality and quantify we excell and will not be undersold. Front Street Grocery. S. I). CADY. "THE OLI) COYS." Ml inollil Kitm)ist ! the krand Arm t tb BryabUc, Be rli!njl of Sr Mexico. Oa Thursday's trains and those of yes terday morning the delegates to the sec e id annual encampment of the Grand Amy of the Republic for the department o New Mexico, arrived in this city, and i-mnm(nf rfMiuiip nrnmnllv.it 11 a. ra. yesterday in Grand Army hail. Co!. Ed VV. Wynkoop, of Santa Fe, depart ment commander, presiding. On the tailiaj of the roll the following named Skers replied present: E. V. Wynkoop. department commander; A. M. Wbit comb, senior vice commander; A. J. 15a fl uey, junior vice commander; S. Aubright, medical director; Thomas Harwood, chap lain; W. S. Fletcher, assistant adjutant general; J. H. Burke, acting quartermaster general; S H. BogarduSj Ciiict mustering ;lcer, W. F. Crane of the department council of admiaiatratration. - The department commander appointed a committee on credemif.ls as fjilows: W. S. Fletcher, acting adjutant general, chair man; S. H. Bogardus, VV. F. Crane, W. D. Lee and R. H. Mi.r. -lander. On motion, the encampment then adjourned until 1:33 p m., in order to give tne committee on credentials tune to make out its report. Uyon trie reassembling of .the dele gates , in the afternoon tne com rrvttee -on credentials reported the sollowing list of urines as properly accredited delegates: E. W. Wynkoop, department commander; A. Whttcomb, senior vice commander; A. j. Bahney, junior vice commander; S. Au brighc, medical director; Tlios. Harwood. chaplain; Wr. S. Fletcher, af distant adju ant general; J. H. Barke, assist.mtrju:tr tjrmaster general; Ers;us W. VVo;xi. in & )..'.-. r general; George XV. Fox, judge advocate; S. H, Eogardus, chief muster ins officer; H. !L- Aikmsoh, past deparr inent commander, J. A Lockhart, V. F. Crane, G. W. Cook, John Hill, J. H. Purdy. council of administration. Thomas Post No. 1, Las Vegas I. C. Bromagein, post commander; J. j. Fitz gerrell, past post commander; Orlaud.i Smith, p-ist post commander; VV. E. Lee, Clarence Pullen, Ge W. Blue, delimite: J. M. raíoya.G. VV. Hartaran, E, K. Cali (!!, alternates. Sedgwick Fust No. 2, Raton D.' Res den, post commander. T. W. Collier, w.-.st post commander; S. VV. Darsey, delegate. Carleton Post No. 3. S.ir ta Fe Francis Downs, post co'nni tnder; J. R. Hudson.. H. Purdy, VV. M. Derger, 'delegates; J. E. Gregg, Hiram Crampton, 5. W. Crawford, alternates. Sergeant Ken Hopper Post No. 4; Wal lace james L. Morns, post commander; S. H. Bogar Jus, part post commander; Warren H. Morris, delegate; T. W. Mc Ilyain, alternate. G. K. Warren Pest No. 5. Albuquerque E. S Codington, po-t commaner; E. S. Stcver, f ast post commander: W. N, Smith, past post commander; A. B. Whit combf delegate; O. S. riiisbury, alternate. Slough Post No. 9, Socorro Sara tie! C Meek, post commander; A. H. B.ukey. past post commander; E W. Eaton, J. H. Mills, delegates. J. H. Meader, Joe m ersoa, alternates. Custer Post No. 8, Deming Byron A Knowies, post cammaader, P. A. Carr. delegate; Homer Kidder, alternate. Kearney Post No. lo. White Oaks J. Y. Hewitt, Post contra arsder; Wm. Caá" ey. delegate. The council of administratioa then mae its report, the only portion af.vhich that caa be made pablic was the an nouncement that A. M, Whitcorub, of G K. Warren Post, had been elected senior ice commander, and J. H. Purdy, of Carleton Post, to be a member of the council of administration, both to fill va cancies, at the meeting of the council ic the forenoon. The address of the department com mander and the reports of the assistant adiutant general, inspector general ana aiitstast quartermaster general, were the:, submitted, these reports showing that the gam (or the past year by muster in the de partment was 115, by transfer 2, by re enlistment 9; total, 19. The loss for the same time being by death 4. honorable discharge 6i. transfer 4, suspension 6o, dishonorable discharge 1: total, 130. The following resolutions were unani mously adopted: Resolved, That this department here by warmly ackcowledges the services of the women's relief corps auxiliary to the posts of this department. Resolved, That the thanks o' this en ícnpmentate due and that the same be tendered to the officers and comrades of G. K.Warren post of Albuquerque for the se of tiierr hail at this annnal encamp ment, and for courtesies extended to the officers and delegates; and especially ior the compliment of the invitation received to attend a reception arid bail to be given by that post this evenin-j. KesoKeá further. That the invitation be received and that Use mem tiers attend. Whereas: The position of Depart ment Cacitnarider of this department has n55 tie?atTjr ??sa r5' w - ; . x r , ? a t -a i i GLASSWARE !' i "01 fin F 1 v-V) BPH f"4!! been honorably aud faithfully filled by Post Commander, E. V. Wynkopp, whose term of oflce expires this day, and Whereas: At all times during his term of office he has labored earnestly and devotedly, fur the best interests and needs of the department, in season and out of season, and in all his intercourse with the officers and comrades, he has acted toward them with courtesy, and at all times proved himself to be a true com rade and a gentleman. Resolved : That we tender him our best wishes in his retirement from, office, and express our hopes that he may live long and be an honored member of this department, to aid us by his ceunsel and long experience and Services in the cause of our glorious and noble order of fraternity, charity and loyalty. Offered by ' J.J. FlTZJKRRELL. Department Commander Wynkoop submitted his report as chairman of the Kit Carson monument committee, and the committee was continued as formerly con stituted. . On motion of Comrade Stover, the as sistant adjudtant-getieral was instructed to prepare suitable resolutions thanking Comrade Stephen W. Dorsey for tb do nation of the monument, which will be dedicated at Santa Fe on next Memorial Day. The monument committee also re ported that the tablet erected over the grave bt Kit Carson at Taos was dedi cated with proper ceremonies December 37th,. 1S84., " Comrade Jack Crawford was invited by the encampment to write and deliver the pof ra at the unveiling of the monument. a.id notice was given that Col. R. G. In gersoll has accepted the invitation to de li ver the address on that occasion, it pos sible f-r him to be in New Mexico at the time of the dedication. The committee on memorials submit ted lite following report: - "Oar cnar 'Up-" tie iH shi'.l wo fig3'.? Or na.l di Mart vr vrf? 'I -i-v tuur iu jur ruemorii-. vet. f " Aad i uur uiiu tUy li l.Telurevor." Whereas," in the providence of God, during the past year, the following com rades have been removed from our midst by death, viz : J. T. Harriman, a member of Sergeant Ben Hepper Post, No. 4, Wallace, died January, 1S34. He was formally a memOer of Company D. 6t!i Rei meat, Massachusetts; M. A Gold, of Carleton Post, No. 3, Santa Fe, died .May 3, 1SS4, was a member of the is: Regiment, New Mexico Volunteers ; VV. C tv.tver. of Slough Pst, No. 6, Socorro, died December, 1884, served during the war as ship carpenter on the United States Steamer "Gener.ü Price;" W. P. Becker, a member of Carleton Post, No. 3, died at Santa Fe. December, 1884. He nad been a memoer ct Company D. 09 New York Volunteers, and O. K. Axte.í, who had been a member of Thomas Post, No. 1. He eali ted during the late war in a New Jersey Regiment, came to New Mexico some ten years ago, and was killed by a runaway team, at Las Vegas, Novem ber 25, 18S4. Resolved, That we sincerely mourn the loss of these our departed comrades, but bow in humble submission to the man date of Hiw of whom U is said, "Hedoeth all things well." Resolved, We hereby hear ' to the dif ferent posts of which these deceased com rades were members, as well as to their friends at home and abroad, these our expressions of condolence. Resolved, While we sincerely regret the loss from our midst of each of these our comrades, we are at the same time profoundly , grateful to our Heavenly Father t tat out of a membership of Í64 in this department so few have been re moned by death. Resolved, That a copy of these resolu tions be handed to the leading papers of the territory for publication. Thomas Harwood, W. M. Berger, J. W. Crawford. With wild and unanimous acclaim the the encampment agreed that Gen. U. S. Grant should be placed upon the retired list, and a resolution was adopted to send a dispatch to that effect to the speaker of the house ol representatives and the pres ident of the senate at Washington, and to General Grant in New York. In pursu ance of this resolution the following telegram was sent as directed : Albuquexque, NM Feb. 27,"iSSs. The lolloping resolution was unani mously adopted at the encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic, depart ment of New Mexico, now in sessioa : Resolved, Tnat this encampment earn estly urge upon congress the bill placing upon the retired l.st of the army that brave leader and soldier of the union, Gen. U. S. Grant. , W. N. Wynkoop. Department Commander. The encampment then proceeded to the election of oriiceis for the ensuing year, which resulted as follows: Department commander, J. I. Fitzger rclt, Thomas post No. 1; senior vice com mander, A. J. Bahney, Slough post No. 6; 'ff" ' V;i " lia 'AJn- '-ir í At .'.Reduced Prices át Successor to Saint & Ceeland, junior vice commander, S. H. Bogardus, of Sergeant Ben Hopper ' post No. 4; Thomas Harwood, Thomas post No'. I, chaplain; S. Aubright, G. K. Warren post No. 5,medical director. John C. Broma gen, assistant adjutant-general Thomas post No. 1. Council of administration W. D. Lee, Thomas post No. 1; W. H. Moores. Ben Hopper post No. 4; W. F. Crane, G. K. Warren post No. 5; E. R. Bonnell, Kearny post No. 10; J. H. Purdy, Carleton post No. 3. - Delegate to national encampment J. W. Crawford, Carleton post No. 3: alter nate, W.N. Smith, G. K. Warren post No. 5- Socorro was selected as the next place for holdinsr the encampment. ! The encampment then adjourned sine ' die. We can easily see why a powder like Dr. Price's Cream Baking 'Powder is so well appreciated by a nation of housekeepers. All the articles used in its composition are in the exact proportion necessary to produce a perfect chemical reaction, so that the oven-heat liberates all the avail able gas, which prodaces such excellent effects. - A sore-headed, sawed-off sutler-wagon colonel named Prichard is throwing dirt at Judge Bell through the columns of the Optic. , 'Tts hard, George Washington, but adamantine as it is, you'll have t stand it. Go back to Arkansas little fel low, and forget that you had aspirations toe far above your capacity. TheGlee club of the Highlands met at Mrs.Sutfins' Thursday evening and had a fine time, and also serenaded Mrs. Watts, and was royaliy received. Hermosillo oranges, 50c a dozen at , Cieiand's. - . All parties knowing to be indebted to the estate of the late Maurice Barth, or having claims against the same, are re quested to callón me for settlement with in twenty days from the 10th of March, 1885. Nathan "Barth. Holbroob, Feb, 25, 18S5. Crackaell Crackers, Cieland's. , Xotl o' Incorporation. Auditor's Office, 1 Territory of New Mexico, Insurance Department. ) Certificate for Publication for the Year Ending December 31, 1ES5. Office of Auditor of Public ac counts, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Jan uary 17, 1885. It is hereby certified, that the American Central Insurance company, a corporation organized under the laws of the state of Missouri, whose principal office is located at St. -Louis, has com plied with all the requirements of chapter 46, of the laws of New Mexico, passed in 1 882, entitled, "An act regulating insur rance companies," approved February 18 i 1882, (amended April 3, 1884,) so far as the requisitions of said act are applicable to said .company, for the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-five. In testimony whereof, I, Trinidad Aland, auditor of public accounts for the Territory of New Mexico, have L. S. hereunto set my hand and a'Tixed my seal of office, at the city of Santa Fc, the day and year first, above written. TRINIDAD ALA.RID, Auditor Public Accounts. Prepared horse radish atCleland's. . For Rent. Furnished rooms, with fire. Mrs. R. J. Maloy, Third street, opposite Los An geles house. , Ked hot relish at C'eland's. A car load, 315 boxes, California, Nav al, Riverside and Valley oranges, unload ed this dsy into the warehouse of D. L. Sammis & Co., the wholesale commission merchants. Olives in Bulk atCleland's. IIVIZAÍ mi. ' ' T OPERA MOUSE, MONDAY; MAECII 2. Two hours of solid amuse ment. No medicine talk. Admission, 75c. No half price. No extra charge for secured seats. Diagram atllfeld's. ' - A fresh invoice of new and elegant designs and patterns in embroideries and dress goods, will be opened on Monday. Also Buttrick's magnificent fashions for sping and summer now open for inspect ion, and ladies in the city and" country will be furnished catalogues free on ap plication. Ilfeld & Co. ASSW ARE ! ! 1 f2 T7 Pickles in bulk at Cle- land'8i Hermosillo Oranges at Cleland's. Elegant sugar-cured hams, Beef, pork and mutton, Breakfast bacon, " All kinds of salt meats, sausages and bologna. WM. FARE, Railroad ayenue. . For Kant. Nice furnished rooms, with gas, at Med ler's building, ad street, between Gold añd Silver avenues. " Clelandis just ia receipt of a fine assortment of Lunch, Clothes, and Hamper Baskets. ' Anything: good to be had in the market at Cleland's. Pickled Pigs' Tongues at Cleiand"s. Second to X one. The Journal hotel has long been recog nized as one of the best hotels in Albu querque, but never belore was it as pros perous as at present. Everything about the house is as neat as a new pin, and with excellent, fine and courteous treat ment it is no wonder the house has achieved success. In brie the table is first-class, and prices remarkably reason able as those who have stopped there will testify. . - The Journal hotel, con venient to depots, post oSice and banks. Open day and night. Terms, tran sient guests, él. 50 per day: Board and room per week, $7.00.- For a iine box ot im ported cigars at Whole sale price, write to the di rect importers, Kohlberg Bros., El Paso, Texas. For.ReaR I will rent, for a term of months, the house now occupied by me, completely furnished throughout. The house con tains parlor, bedroom, dining room and kitchen. Possession given, at once. Apply at my office in.Cromwell block. , Jas. T. Saunders, ; .' Attorney at law. Hamad. A good, catle ranch; stocked; not too" large; lowest terms. Address full particu lars, - - Connard & Co.,. -; 706 Walnut street, . Philadelphia, Pa. 2T ffC -'r 'ess Hermosillo Or JUUU anges will be distributed amocg the grocers and fruit dealers of this city to-day. Patronize your grocer for this delicious and health-givivg fruit, if your doctor has to go hungry. TSf&vMn) HOWARD, Waltham, , N' " --!,Elgin, Hampden, Spring """""""""field, Split-seconds,Chron- ographs. Complicated Watches. Re-. pairing a speeialty. . I.J. SHARICK. We do not sound a needless alarm whin we tell you that the taint of scrofula is in youf blood. Inherited or acquired, it is there, and Ayer's Sarsaparilla alone will effectually eradicate it. The untidy,dirty appearance of a grizzly beard should never bcallowed. 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 nearness and good looks. '. Jf otle to Administrators and Guar, diana. ALBtJODKBQtTE, N.M., Feb. 25, ISA". Adraiul trators aud guardians who liave not mida their yearly statrraent sre hereby noti fied lhat pfOb&te court will lio.d Its regular ses ión on tiiB ttrst Monday ia Maiota, and you required u tppes and present jour smte Ulflltl. J. B. AKMiJO. jl t.t: - Frotmle Judge. W. H. Bcmcb, Probate Cleric. 1 Xi.B.PUOTJE'Sr , Wholesale Grocer . ÍIIILÉOAD AVESt'E. ALB'JÜÜEEQ'JE; -" EBW MEXICO. DR. JORDAN'S Kosssra ci Anatomy. 751 Market Street, San Francisco. riO AND lA'AEN HOW-TO Uf void disease, ami iiow -on-rierfullv you are made. Private e'v OiBce. 11 'eary sireet Consui v t i ioa on I st Manhood anrt all disra-ws 01 men. fceod tor boon. HiF fALL PAPER Plain and Deco i ' , í rative, at Reduced Prices. W W I. J. SHARICK. -FRANZ FALSTS mm S tail d Lwii.4iJi tf 1 SOLD BY Spicgelborg Bros.. ALBUQUERQUE; N. M., Wholesale and .Retail Dealers In GENERAL MERCHANDISE FLOUR and PROVISIONS. FOIt KENT. JJIOR KENT Furnished rooms, with fas C Alumeda Hoiisb. Second trettt., only fuu doors irom .Railroad vmm. r O8E8. Granlum, Carnation", Colea and A. it. Vv'H IT COMB, the r- enliouse corner o Eighth street ajid literas r.d.3 FOK HALE Old newspaixTS. clean and nice at Ths Joubnai. oidcci, at fio cents re hundred. FOlt SALK. A rri'.irins prex, with type otntlet N.arl. new. For particulars ca'l on or addres Journal Off-e, Albuquerque. WAITED. ittaütfd.-A t-acher for SnrlneerviilP V Apache, county, Arizona. Salary, fiity dolars oer ra on ta. Good ivrmiceH tvqaired. Address, M.SAUMAK, iSpruiKiirvilie, A. T, nr iNTiinirnrnlrurflofnll tint's iu tarne VV or .ith?1 nuantiUt!". ANi) i r.iudl Of linuekceplci fcootl". At l-'avor's Auction House, li 'liroad avenue. HEl,! WASTÍB.-Feuiale. lyA.N'IÜL).-Au Intelligmit, eneran ic líciyiií po.id aadr."-K hvi I some buslnesH aDility. 10 Inir -dusíi t the trade aud customers if tiiis iVuntv, Medniita l)e m's CeieliMied spUial 8u?portin 1' ti--ft. SKlendidly advert s-d and li gtiiv reeoinm-mded. lo to rigiir pany, ST-s rn.mihly wlli 1h paid. Address wi'h reiwr euees,. Lf.WI3 SHlhl.K & Co, 309 Broadway, Kew l'ork. Sirs, Dr. AValtou's. Periodical 'i'ea. Motiier Waton t;i prescribed this vluftble medlcine'for a trreat many yKir in lierprivate lirnetie-e. It. lias prove" an julailiiiu ss c in hj treatment of ttie many disorders to wmcfi flw fcuinie eonstit.uHOii is sul'ieet. Ic is a truce uire tur t!i uiouthly trwuiiles that so manys om.iii Hui".T. Srld by PtI.IARITRV & r. E3ID V'ñLE .HÜRSERY. A Cne stor k of fruit and ornamental trees, vines, etc.. all either r5.ed in Kex Mexico or thoroi ghiy aceliraated, aud worth double the p'icc oí tliosa brouglit from the east, - A!o, s'ggs for hutching from eight varieties of pure bred pouluy aud a lew pairs of fancy pigeons for sale- E. C. VOSB, - .. Proprietor, AibiKiuerque, N. W. mi Mexico STOCK GiiOiEHi Tbe e-ilv Journal in She Territory devoted ex clusively to ('utile lmtereis. l'rice H per ywir. Pieree A Ilarrty. I.xa VCHS, N. M. lonltry. I have a lot of nice Plymouth "Rod; fowls and keep no others. Etgs lür Inrcliiup $t for a sei tn.B of 13 eirgs. U. G. w UlTUOMH. .1 l int.kú.iim -AKI- Stables B ECOSD STBKKT, North of It. R. Ave. - Finest Rtrg and ;t.1dle Horwi In the "citj lTAir- r'jon'iul. Ilcrmo sido Or- IVUUilUlCtlS Unloaded to-day into the warehouse of 1). L. Sam- mis &Co, - 1 I sa Everybody Vants a Rome! There is no Place like Home, opt a home on !he kadinrf streets of theCitvoIAlbuquerye. If you wish it. on First Secoiid Third Fourth V 'if th, or Six' h street you can set it, anywhere you want, eioe to tne hese sebo .1 Iu Aliiiiqueriiuc, high grouBds, to;t water, veil laid out stress and evt ry cor, í,,i,..,..A oí ii.ui-.w ciimfoit bv uavm2 in m nuilv iusialimeutsas nineti as you now Have to pay iu rent and have nothing at the end of the year to show lurit. Also line lors hi riie S riuger ad di'ion in thft Fiancisco Armljo aflditioii. which is in the uerrr or inecuy, aim m mo hiuhuis d Howden ad.tition. an at rt5!.uy nuim Drice. You can. have a jtoud home for yr ur larauy uy auiyiu; mi L uw v. the Home Associat.ou, Corner iourth street and hailrond avenue. AU application have to be In before tach Wednesday's mectrnz. Ti t(is truaranteet. io business trausactea on SlB?mIr of the.presideut of the swclatton; 11 ti d Vj SQLEROPRIETORS frassfoi ilulf 110 00(1 Í. . O H go- (D g' Q - S). P " Z o p CO g . ,.g- Pa - P. . H anufecfuring- Finding tlie accommodation too circumscribed for his , - Increasing busiuess. ARTHÜil EVFRITT, TheAIbuquerque Practical Watchmaker His leased half of Meses' store, two )ors east from insula stauu. luto wjiicb t e ha s""?'" '"' MW HOP . .;. . . . pon - Bmn m n m m r-- ' I : f fi 4 l 'r v T í t 4 I i Sf lia U U W A KJ m Mm u m W Situated on the north side of the Old Mountain Road. Bounded on the east by the line of Fourth street, on the west by Sixth street. TiiisüiíD is ii3 hieiest iii3 :íis:i:o:í:i ?. The soil is very rich and productive in all manner of ve : fables, and all the rsris'y of fruits adapted to this mild climate; entirely free from ail alkalies in the sollo water; altogether a desirable property and location for home?, which can be improved to any extent desired. The Street Railroad will be located from the A. & P. shops and offices, to evtend north to the limits of the city at least, reasonably on Fourth street on account of tlie Sisters' high school or convent. , THE TITLE OF THIS FECFEPJY IS ICÜFUTED It is offered to the public for sale at very low prices and easy terms. The pat can be seen at the office of " SULLIVAN & SULLIYAir, Third Street, Opposite the' Armljo lfou.ve, Aibu.queite. SttliIierMartóDllBSíi Mj& Leather Oeifei Pumps and Pump Repairs. Windmills and Tanks. rr" r-a 9 L21 B U 14 VtV lu.31 Successor Dunbar & Co. Steam and Gas Fitters, AI.KUQlTKltaUE, N. M. ANDRES ROf.'.EROi Proprietor. Wholesale and retail deftlar In Beef, Pork. Mutton, Venison, Sause-fie, Kto. Call and gat my prices beior buytn, an 1 will fed lower than anybody. (ioiJ) imoi. wst ot Central I.t k . .. I n i . . , r s f-3 km Cr c "' i ( J i t i mi hi ft w b n a a u 'i o 8 ti tí H ton ' r í "r 0 tH" - r I I pj - ? :C 2' - " . o -. . a 1. - & . -V j LADIES will f ,1 ti. s best place to get Jewelry repai ,rjí'' Ger.tlemen whose watches require fi cannot find another place so reliable, an i buy ' everybody wili find it the squarest place to anything 111 tlie Watch or Jewelry line. ARTHUR EVERITT, , Railroad Avenue, Albuqt.1' íFP!Í! m itit wn !- jb- nr-4! rfrt I , s r- - . - t k JOHN W. liKKKa, INVESTMENT SECURITIES . THROUGHOUT "NORTH AMERICA. NEGOTIATOR, INSPECTOR AND PROMOTER ..!: I AI.Tll: r.AKo jx nLOCKs. , rtock banchbs, 3U1NIXO PHOPKBTV, CATTLE BAyOKH ' mouth ma I.OAX.. ' Albuquerque, New Mexico, U. S ' . h All á it hum tiltil 1, Opeu Irom 2 to 4:, p. 1:1. Day lnissiou 10 eenta ; skat 's 15 ei,. ... hrening admission li eeats; sí. .. l'5Cfllt-i. - i NgW FLOOR, NS7 C'.tATCS. f,.l p4, IV. ! ' . .. linproprr tliuMMcn AJuilul EasirOi'd Avenue, oon jilrut's O ut Ejuíb, - v, CAN Es. ,g Mounted in Cold ami it - ver.. Elaborate designs. , w- . I. J. SHARICK. V..