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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, 23. 1912.
: SEVEN SCOOP, the Cub Reporter.- THEY'LL PUT YOU IN AN ASYLUM YET, SCOOP. By "HOP. re . vui AriJ i TO Nife-- ' .U.I I I'I'L . 1' - .. .' VC-SJ. 'II..,! nn-M" 1 II I I r.rtk..CT' UFi J, 1 '. . .' ' J 1 V - - I Urux STOPS'- sdY 3. A - . i wr- urc V.:;- y 5? k V I MOUNTAINS JEME2 SECTION IS BUSY THESE DAYS Farmers Report Harvesting Abundant Crops of Grain and Fruit; Hunting Attracts Numerous Nimrods, ISfwrfnl Correspondence rn Morning Jnnmnlt Jeniez, N. M., Oct. 22. Those living I in the Jenu'is mountains tiro enjoying! the very mild, breezy weather of fall I characteristic of this section of the country. The temperature has been! very favorable to the harvesting of the abundant crops of fruit, hay, grains, I vegetables, etc., and all are busy pre paring for winter. A great many ap ples and pcurs have been shipped to Albuquerque where a ready market awaited. With greater shipping facil ities the Jeniez country could not sup ply the demand for its delicious fruits, The opening of the hunting season has brought a number of hunters to the Jeiiies. However, many more may lie expected alter a tracking snow has fallen. J. K. Haines and wife, of Albuquer que, huve been camping five miles 111 rth of Jeniez springs for the past ten days. Shortly after his arrival Mr. Haines secured his deer, which was a nice one. They also had plenty of mountain trout from the near by stream. Or. Wilson, the. Albuquerque dentist, Is ulsoeit)oylng' a hunting trip In the mountains, but has not yet hugged, a deer, which he attributes to the fact that most "dears" are afraid of a dentist. Rev. H. M. Shields, of Dawson, with his family, lias been visiting his father, Dr. J. M. Shields, of this place. Mr. Shields left for Dawson, but Mrs. Shields and son expect to remain a month. Miss Helen Shields has returned from Albuquerque, where she attended the annual state fair, C. K. Oligher, a banker of Kansas City, is sojourning at the springs. Willie here in June, Mr. (Higher was so pleased with the country that he returned home and arranged his busi ness affairs so that he might spend several months more here. Moses Abousleman, a merchant of this place, is erecting a large modern dwelling house on his property. A local contractor, Mr. Hugh Murray, has the contract. While at work several weeks ago Mr. Murray sustained severe in juries to his ankle as the result of a fall. However, he has now recovered sufficiently to resume work and will complete the house by Thunksgiving day. Uev. Lansing TJ. liloom is supplying the pulpit at Jellies springs, when cir cumstances permit, he having in charge the Presbyterian mission at Jeniez pueblo. Dr. Brock, government physician at Jcmcx pueblo, accompanied by Mrs. Crock and Mrs. L, 11. liloom, returned it'i rmiy irom rtiuuqucrque, uti j iney attended the fair. .Mrs. liroiK visited Iut cousins, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Miller, also here sisters. Misses Amelia and Mary MeFle, who are at the uni versity. Judge and Mrs. MeFie came down from Santa Fe to visit their daughters. Tbi M'.nual feast and dance of Je lii' pueblo will occur on November 1. in. 1 nis danee attracts numerous visitors from far and near. The In dians are very hospitable and desire the attendance of a large crowd. They msu permit tourists to take views of the dances which are very elaborate. Apuch. s, Xavajos and Indians from all the pueblos attend In large numbers and do much trading hi blankets, tur quoise, buckskins, etc. Mrs. K. D. Fluke and son, leorge passed through this place on their way home t,, the Sulphur springs, tnroute from the state fair. Mr. II. D. Fluke is the proprietor of the Sulphur springs and reports that his patronage was good the past season. He har vested a crop of potatoes, turnips and nhe Joonnial Wamift Coltunnmims IF YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL J P. F. McCanna Second St. Hlom Insurance 112 X. (1 1:). I'll! 1 : AC IIM'.NT ItOll I K ixv-u 11 1:1:1. AI'TOMOIUI.IC ruvii: c;i.ass UA1IIUTY li(XI, 7 Homes For Sale Three to seven rooms, brick, mod ern, S Kdith and X. Waltfr. 1,-00 acre ranch near (llorietta tlu rolt KICXT. Modern houses, all palls of elty. roi: Ti:.Di:. Farms lor city property; city property for farms. rot; SAM-. Small houses on very easy terms. Small . payment down, balance like rentf ' - Fire Insurance, Abstracting, Convcjanclns, Xotary Public. I,oiins Kentals. John M. Moore Realty company 211 W. Gold Ave. J'bone 10. v ... $1 Down mid HI per Week. Loans, (.round RAYNOLDS ADDITION Lots s.vum TO $350,011 Rentals, Investments l loor, Slate Xat'l Hunk l!ld. FOR SALE. J $1300 5-room adobe, lot 150x14 2, elty water, good outbuildings, near I'nlverslly; terms. 12250 5-room, modern brick, corner lot, Ilighlrnds, close In. $1250 3-room flame and bath, elec tric lights; Highlands': terms. $900 4 -room frame, well built, good lot, Highlands near shops; terms. $2650 8 room, 2 itory frame dwell ing, moder.i, corner lot, on car line, Fourth ward. ) $1850 5-room frame, modern, N.! 12th St., on car line; terms. $4000 7 room, 2 itory, modern resi dence, hot water heat, 76 ft. lot, lawn, good outbuilding, cloaa in, term. MONEY TO I.OAX. FIUK 1NSCRANCE. A. Fleischer It South Fourth Street. Phone 874. Neil to New rostofflce. Something Good Four-room new modern bun fine porches, good location; on,. from tar line; monthly payments. ;ulov, block FIRE INSURANCE and LOANS FOR SALE Suburban Home, lot 1100-14 2, 3 blocks from cur line, a fine place for cows'. -ind chickens, u real bargain. Let, us show it to you J. II. I'KAK, 1I0S, 3rd, I'lione 3118 CARD SIGNS FOR SALE. The Journal now has a full assort ment of Card Signs oa hand. You can certainly find what you want in 'he following: list: "Furnished l'.ooms for ReBt," "Unfurnished Hooiris for TUnt,"- -For Rent." "For Sale," Rooms"' for Rent,'" "Furnished Rooms r Light Housekeeping," "Room anH Board," "Table Board," "House for Sale," "House for Rent," "Plain Sewinf," "Dressmaking." The cards will be sold at the low price ( 10 cents each. Call nt th liislncs office. beets of unusual size at the Sul phurs, at an altitude of over 8,000 feet, as well as some very fine oats. The excavation of historic Indian ruins on the uhs.ik we.sl of the springs, which has been under way for the past month under the direction of Dr. He wet t, of the School of American Archaeology, is about to lie terminated for this year, but will be resumed next summer. Charles v. I.umnis took an active part in the work. Harmon T. Parkhurst expects to conclude work this week. Numerous relics, skeletons and some unbue pottery never belore listed have been unearthed, much of which will probably be exhibited at the San Diego exposition. J. SV. Miller, the United Stab s agent and farmer at Jeniez pueblo, was a visitor at Jeniez .springs on Sunday. Much interest Is manifest In the Jcmez country over the coming presi dential election. In Sandoval county it is thought that about an eiial num ber of votes will be polled for Tuft and Roosevelt electors, and that Wil son's vote will fall short of either considerably. m a I For Sale! ! 13 V2 Acres Good Land One Mile from City. Dwelling, 2 greenhouses, one 80 by 34. the other 50 by 20 tut,, . r WELL STOCK KI. Pump, Tank and Tower, Birns, Etc. 000 I'llllT TREKS IN ORCHARD. 8,000 SHADE TREES. 5 VUS. OLD, IX Nin.SEJtY. 10 ACRES IX CJARDEV. This Is the first farm on the New Roll leva rd, every foot in the highest state of fertility, and one of the finest Improved farms in New Mexico. J. Woodward, Old Albuquerque, N. M. PHONE 1304. Porterfield Go. 216 West Gold. SEE Sawtelle & Hicks General Contractors I'hone 600, Office 211 West Gold Ae. If yoa want a house built. 0JJIEJNT--R0jiTSJL KOIt RfONT Furnished rooms; mod ern: no rlek. Apply 5084 W.CVntral. on,. 218 STORAGE. -teurnisnea rooms, mod- 3. Walter St. Full ItlvNT I'bone lir.fi. -.Modern from room. FOR RKNT Modern sleeping room on car line. 31!0 8. Kdlth St. front Foil RUNT Nicely furnished room. 602 W. Silver nvenue. FOR I! K.N'I' ljirge sunny room, nicely furnished, private family, modern house. 512 N. Fourth street. Foil "RENT One hirgeT wTd I fui nished front room with board. 217 S. Fourth street. Foil RENT Furnished room, also rooms for light housekeeping; close to business center. 507 S. Second. For'rKNT Nicely furnished front room; also room with screen porch; both modern. 411 W. (Sold. KMl'LOl'MENT AGENCY. 910 W. Silver. , , I'lione 354. WANTED Teamstws and laborers, $1.76, $2 and $2.25 day; Carpenters; good waitress. iou- W A NT ED .111 W. -1 toy at 'en trnl. the Leader, FOR SALE Miscellaneous. Folt SALE tiood horse, buggy and harness. !24 N. Eighth. OR RENT Cheap, 1 I'hone mornings. 5(iU. Foil SALK good piano. FOR S LE First class piano in good eon'Mion. APP'y Mrs. Ivan Gruns- feld, 1009 W Tijeras. Foil SALE One cow, horse, buggy und harness. Apply 16 N. Eighth rtreet. W. A. Rimes, Huston, a writes: "Sometime ago I took Foley Kidney Rills, and must confess the results have been murvellous, for 1 feel like a new man. I suffered from kidney and and bladder troubles, but Foley Kidney rills fixed me. I will recom mend them to all sufferers from kid ney trouble." J. 11. O'Jlieily Co. Adv. FOR tsALih A 6-uasseuger Case car for cash or exchange for property Inquire 919 N. Fourth street. Praclieally new Kansas scale, uO-pound ca- FOIl SALIC City computing paclty, excellent working condition $ "ill cash. 1). I,. S., care Journal. FOR SALK 1,200-ib. Mosler safe, cheap; saddle pony and leather top surrey. 1lfl W. Hold nvenue. FOR SALK i'our snow cases, Very cheap If taken at once. Inquire 115 S. Second street. Foil SALK Extracted honey, tiU pound can, $5; 10-pound 'pall, $1; pint jars, $2.40 per dozen. W. P. Allen, box 502, Albuquerque, K. M. LEGAL NOTICE. Department of Interior. F. S. Land Office. Santa Fe. N. M., Oct. 15, 1912. Notice is hereby given that John W. Lowry, of Laguna, New Mexico, who, on May 14. 1007, made homestead en try, No. 04314-1 LlSfi, for W'i NW'.J. Section 2, Township 9 North, Range 3 West, X. M P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Sylvestre Mi rabal, I". S. Commissioner, at San Ra fael, New Mexico, on the 4ih day of December, 1912. Claimant names as witneses: Rafael Lente. Pedro Paisano, Jose Pucheko. Francisco Ka-yis-ta, ail of Laiina, New Mexico. MANTEL R. OTERO, Oct. 19, Nov. 19, Register. WANTED Stove repairing. W. A. Ooff, phone 508. 205 E Central. WA NTED Guiiiiysacks. Hahn Coal Company. WANTED TjgbtT" spring wago'i, cheap. 711 West Slate. Phone 7S6. WANTED Second hand bicycle In good condition. Ill W. Silver .. WANTKli To rent" two unfurnished rooms or small house. Phone 12.15J. WANTED specialty. 885. - Dressmaking, skirts a 713 E. llasseldine. Phone WA NTKI 1 First -class collector, must have best of reference. Apply af ternoons at 104 X. Third. WANTED Experienced farmers, man and wile man as foreman, wife as cook. Also man for general work about house In. town. Apply to Nelll II. Field, room 6, new Arinljo building. Full RENT Furnished rouin, mod ern, $S per mouth. No sick. 611 South Iiroadway. Full RENT Furnished room, mod ern. 002 S. Arno. FOR KENT Rooms, Alamo inn, 2 1 I ' S. El Paso street, El l'aso, Tex. Clean, sanitary rooms, day, week or moiHh. Mrs. L. T. Deck, proprietress. Foil KENT A newly furnished bed room with bath adjoining; gentle man only. Apply 515 N. Fifth. Foil REN '? T w I) i IceT.v f urnisheo rooms; steam heated; all conven iences. 505 W. Fruit. FTi!tRENT Two furnished rooms for IlKht housekeeping. Inquire .UK North Arno. WANTED Pianos, household goods, etc., store'! safely at reasonable rates. Advances made. Phono 640, Tne Security Wurehouse & Improve ment Co. Offices: Rooms S and 4. UrHnt block. Third St. nnd Central. PROf ESS0 N A L J A R DS iiipRNHs. It, W. I. I.RYAN Attorney-at-I-aw Office In First National Rank Build ing. Albuquerque, N. M. WILSON LEWIS Attorneys-at-Law. Rooms 16-17-19 Cromwell Building. Res. Phone 1022W; Office Phons lt72. A. II. ROBERTSON Luv yer. Stern Block. Phone 1111. FRJALEeEta FOR SALE $000, Two lots and siiinll house on N. Eleventh street. Photic 4 40. FOI I S a! -Ic- 1 0 0 acres of euTtivau d land at Helen, N. M. For further information, upply to O. Fcllln, tlib- son, N. M. FOR SALE. Lot 4, block 19, llunliiit High land uddi.lou, will be sold cheap, otto Dleckmaiin. AN orFOllTl MTY tor a 11 e man selling our guaranteed Yakima valley grown nursery stock; exclusive territory; outfit lice; cash weekly "hustle," not experience, required Toppenisii Nursery Cu.i Toppclilsh, Wash. ' LEA !t A I'TOJR 111 MiU K PAH ILN I DRIVING. ON l'p. to, dale .cars electrical, civil engineering; surveying methods mc.it praclical. Room and beard while learning; poaitimiH se cured; satisfaction guarautoei!; cat logue free. National School cf Engi neering, 2110 West 7th, 'Los Angeles, WANTED For Fluted States army, uble bodied unmarried men be tween ages of IS and .15; citizens ot United States, of good character and temperate habits, who cun speak, read und write the English language. For Information apply to Recruiting Officer, Burnett bldg., Albuquerque, N. M. WANTED Spanish salesgirl tit the Leader, 30H-3II W. Central. WANTED Competent girl for gene ral housework. 403 N. Second St. WANTED Experienced saleslady for country store. Apply between 1 and 2 o'clock, at Him; W. Tileras avenue. WANTED Two good women i'j- hand laundry, good wages. Address Mrs. A. H. Smith. Callup, N. M. WANTED Position for light outside work by young man of 35 years. Ad dress C, If., care Journal. WANTED Young man wants posi tion. Experienced salesman, flood references. Address E. M. C, Journal office. ' WANTED Young man wants posi tion as driver for grocery, laundry or bakery. Address t . E. P., care Jour nal office. I'oit KENT Two rooms for light housekeeping; also one room, very cheap. 517 S. Iiroadway. FOR RENT One largo front ro sleeping nnd light housekeeping rooms. Slate hotel, corner Fourth und f en trnl. FOR RENT Apartments. FOR RENT Modern rurniahed and housekeeping rooms, week or month. Westminster. Phone 1078. FOR RENT Modern u-iooin Hals, heat, water paid, large basement Apply W. 11. McMilliou. FOR RENT Dwellings. FOR RENT 4-room, tage, with sleeping UMJ, FOR RENT 018 E relic, furnished cot porch. Photic Folt SALE HiO-iicre relinquishment with $320 improvements. 120 acres of Uramina grass, 3 miles from Dom ing, N. M. Will trade for team, buggy and harness, or horse, buggy and harness. Address or Inquire W. H. Mi'., care Morning Journal. Fo It S 7T E 'At -Ii 'h i N e W M exlco : One Iwo-story business building, of fice and living rooms up stairs; two lols, giving a street entrance on both ends and one side. Terms, $SO0 cash, first mortgage for balance at 0 per cent Interest, payable $50 per nimil li. Address F. L. Wallaili, Helen, N. M ., or C. E. Cramer, Hoki'73v Lynndyl, Ft.ih. I' U SALE Fine farm, for cash, un der court order; about seventy acres of finest laud In Rle llrande valley, near liarfleld, N. M. ; all but fifteen acres under cultivation In ulfalfa, grains and other crops; valued at $100 an aire. Must be closed out to set tle estate. Make your bids to II, A. Wolford, attorney at law, lllllsboro, allorney for administrator. FOR SALE Houses. FUR SALE A modern. room houso on Silver race addition; can bo less than half price. well built awiiuc. Ti secured lor "There Is DENTISTS. DR. J. E. Kit AIT Dental Surgeon. Rooms 2-3, Harnett llldg. Phone 744. Appointments Mndo by Mall. A. CJ. SHORTLE, M. I. Practice Limited to Tuberculosis. Hours: 10 to 12. I'hone 1177. 224 Vi W. Central Ave. Albuquerque Sanitarium. Phone til. W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. Practice Limited to Genito Urinary Diseases and Diseases of the Skin. The Wassennann and Noguchl Test Salvursan "06" Administered. Citizens' Bank Building. Albuquerque, New Mexico, . Pit. O. II. OONNKK, Osteopath. Rooms 6-6. Stern Block. I'lione 655-1125. JOSEPH 8. CI PES, M. Suite 1-3, Whiting Uldg. Hours: 9-11 a.m., 2-4 p.m., 7-t P.m. Phono Offlco 1119; Res. 68$. DRS. TILL A BAKES. Specialists Eye, Ear, Nose, Thro.'U State National Bank Hid. I'lione SOU. SOLOMON L. 11 LUTON, M. . Physician and Surgeon. Phone 017. Barnett Bids. WOMAN'S HOSPITAL. Rates, $15.00 to $25.00 per Week. Dr. Patterson, Mgr., 723 N. 2nd St. way." P. o. Itox :H7, or phone 1 50HW A HOME FOR SALE li-rooiii mod ern brick, cellar under half the house. lot 50x112. two screened porches, Highlands, 011 car Hue, one block from Central avc. Cost to build $2,70(1, exclusive of lot. $1,200 cash will handle it, balance at G per cent Address Owner, p. O. Box 5I3, city. 4-room luriushed house. Cromwell. Apply W. A. Fut- Oipheutn theater building. rooms und WANTED Houses. Full RENT Three largo bulh in modern brick house. Iargc porches. 1004 Forrester avenue, phone 579.. FOR RENT Two-room adobe, cor- FOR SALE tier Twelfth und Fruit. City water and sewer connections. I'hone 640 Room 3, flrant bldg. WAXTED---T0 rent, building cemr.il- ly located, suitable for loo n'liK house. Will buy furniture at right price. Stale location, number of rooms, price and rent. fl. I!., can Journal. FOR RENT A H-room house, close !n,i fuiuace hea,t, electric lights. bath and gas; hansomely furnished throughout, including bed nnd table linens, china ware and piano. Apply to room 5, Whiting block, or phone 3. FOR RENT Rooms with Board FOR KENT Furnished rooms wlih or without board; best hon.e cook ing; prices reasonable. 611 South Iiroadway. Phone 1243J. I HAVE opened Cafeteria, home cook ing. 219 W. Gold avenue. Mrs. A. J. Merry wen ther. WANTED Two horses to winter; also housekeeper, Intention matri mony. . F. H"agle, Morlarlv. N. M. WANTED Desk room in down town, ground floor location with small five-ye'ir ;1I)1()unt ()f vw-1 ri tl w space. Address I!., care Journal. WANTED To list-your property for sale or rent, with the Vnlo, Archu leta and Onrule Realty Co., 219 West Cold avenue. Phone f,69. ' We claim to b honest nnd hustler. TYPEWRITERS. I'NDKRWOOD TYPEWRITER CO., 122 South Fourth Street. Phone 174. WANTED Painting, papering und calsomining. Reasonable rates. Leave orders for Rosrcndo Arngon at Journal office. WANTED Position in office. keeper and general office I!. E., care Morning Journal. lf"Ok work. TRUNKS AND BAGS. FOR RELIABLE TRUNKS, SLIT CASES and hand hags, go to th Albuquerque Trunk factory. Repair- ins; Phnn. 4 2.1. 2A9 -Smith Baennd MEDICAL. HOW I CTRED MYSELF OF CON SL'MPTION Booklet of priceless value to tubercular sufferers. Abso lutely free. Chris. V. Ayrock. 711 In terriutlonal Bank '"'Is-. Los Angeles. BUSINESS CHANCES. $1.25 TfTrWORD Inserting classified ads in 30 leading papers In the IT. S. Send for list, The Dake Adver tising Agency, 4X3 Main St., Los An geles, or 12 Oeary St., Snn Francisco, (ioiili LoAKDINft bouse proposition. Furniture for eight rooms, for sale. Id, use for rent. Fine locution for first-class boarding house. For par ticulars address I... care .Morning Join nn I. I-' "It SALE On null and about -Livestock, Poultry. FOR SALE 2 horses und yearling heifer. 223 N. Fourteenth street. FTTTi SALE FFesh Jersey cow. lTills- well ranch. I'hone I 402.1. F'TTj ; s A I . E -- While Leghorn pullets and roosters. Very fine, '.lust begin ning to lay. Cull between 12 and 1 o'clock, 714 W. Lead avenue. For SALE loo young bens nnl pullets, 1 tmroughhi'cds and ! winners. While Rocks, t 'olumbi.Mi W.vandotteM and White Leghorns. Also frying chickens and pigeons. 1114 S. Edith. PROFESSIONAL NURSES. j7osTlTVMrNBAli Graduate Nurse and Masseuse. Treatment at Your Home. 204 Oecldeiilu Bldg. Phono 3Ut HUM K comfort for the sick. Ooo4 food and nursing. Special diets, sanitary rooms. Prices reasonable Ucsl references. Miss L. 8. ALGEIL Ites. 22a So. High St. I'hone II7i 51 ! W. Mrs. E. L. Bradford Cl 11 I HE. Phone 12IMIW. viimi: Cold. CIVIL ENGINEERS. DAVID M. WHITE Assoc. M. A.M. Nor. C. R Formerly Territorial Irrlga tlon Engineer and Member rlg.itioit Commission ot Mexico. Civil Engineer. Room 7, Whiting Building;, Albuquerque, N. M. 1 I 1K- :r It- New 1 THEY lay, they wiiu they pay. Won four firsts, one second, at state fair, 1911: six firsts, two seconds, 11112. R. C. It. I. Reds. .Mottled All conns and S. C. While Orpingtons. Eggs und chicks for sale. L. E. Thomas, 1'. O. Box 111, 717 East I liizeldine. MONEY TO LOAN. isy terms saiv 750.000 leet of stiiiupage, located near Man.ano. Call on or rile J. P.. ilerndon. at Stale National bank. Fo; SALE -My real esiaie and loan business. A. Monto.ia. I0H S. Third. TO EXCHANGE To E.i 'IIANflE Uood 160-aere farm, level and fenced, near good lown. for property near Albuquerque. Address owner, boi; 5ii. city. TO L A. JMio at side city property Box ::2.!. I'hone i;7 7 per cem, on ln J. I!. flood, P. O. LOST. LoST Brass mounted dog collar with Roud Mchaii engraved on It. Re ward. Li eve at While Elephant. FOR RENT Storerooms. KHt itKNT- Storeroom and ware s'. FiiJt ntroot. luriufi'c I ,uiti her ( "o. DRESSMAKING. DRESS.M AK IM 1 Sewing by Jl.r.o, or by the gariueut. A. Seainslress. the day, V. w. c THE STAGE FOR THE nOT SPRINCJH OF JEMEZ, N. M., Leaves Albuquerque postoffloe dally except Sundays at 6 s, m. Can carry three pnasencrers at a time. First comes, firs: ssrrsd For tickets apply to OAVINO GARCIA, Prop. 1401 8. Broadway. I'booe 758. SANTA FE TIME TABLE. I flcelile .Iniiiiai v 20, CF-I bolllld. 1012. PIPE REPAIRING WANTED Pipes 10 repair. Richards. Ill W. Central. Jo An lies Departs No. I , Cal. Express .. T:2"p 8:IOp No. ::. Cal. Limited . . . 1 a : 5 5a 11:25a No. 7. Mex.-i'.il. Exp. .lOillip ll:0"a No. 0. C.i I. last Mail. . 1 I :.',tip 12:4,";l :ji'-iImiiiii(I. No. 2, Tourist Ex ;::55i 4 2"1 No. 4, Limiled 5::i5i :0.' No. S. East Ep (1. . '."! 7:25p No. u. overland Exp. . S rtda S:J5p I I l'a-o Traill-.. No. M'O. Me Express 12:2ap No. s 1 ". i:i l'aso i,s S:20a No. MO. From El Paso li OHa. No. Mil. From El l'aso :2rtp ltoiell. lois ami AniHi'illo. No. Ml. Pecos Val. Exp 7:35p No. SI2, Albnq. Exp... 9: Lip P. .1. JOHNSON, Agent. 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