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Eí THE ALEUQ'JERQUE PUSUSOS CO. Sunday, October 8, 1882. Fine old porter drawn from the ood ; wines nd liquors tor íamüvand medicinal use : cham pacneand eiears at W. E. Talbott's.ttie only re Üaííl wholesale house in New Mexico. SUBS OF SEWS. lion. Tranquilino Luna has some what recovered from his recent illness. B. Moses, always on the lookout for new mineral specimens, has fitted up another cabinet. Every man entitled to a vote at the coming election should see that his name is on the roll." The Atlantic and Pacific railroad company advertise for 100 men to do the grading on the new work. The Opera House will be thrown open this evening for a grand fare well benefit to George C. Staley and Joe Bignan. Tha street sprinkler man is again badly needed on the streets.. Hitch up and kill this dust if you want to be considered a real blessing. The board of registration, appointed for this precinct by the county com missioners at their last session, will meet to-morrow in the rear of Charley Robinson's sampl8 rooms. J. B. Randell, the architect, has ad dressed a letter to the trustees of the Albuquerque academy, offering his services free of charge ia drawing the plans for their -new school building. The offer has been accepted. Con Caddigan is on deck again with his street cleaning brigade. It's hard to tell what would become of us, if it were not for our very efficient mar shal. He should have the thanks and support of every citizen. - The Republican county convention ef Valencia - county was held at Las Lunas yesterday. Entire harmony j characterized the proceedings from be ginning to end. Colonel Francisco Chaves was nominated for the council. Amado Baca for the lower house, Patrocinio Luna for sheriff and M. II. Otero for clerk . , It ia about time the street railway company took some little interest in the outrageous conduct of the drivers. Some of the drivers on the road allow smoking in the cars, while it is of common occurrence to see females of questionable reputation, seated boldly on the front , platforms, oEt times handling the reins. The fire boys are erecting a building for the truck on Front street, opposite Holloday and Sanguinette's saloon. The lumber was f urn ished by the dif ferent dealers in town and Ferfecto Armijo, while the nails were given by the hardware men. This is at least a move in the right direction, and should be followed up by the business men of this city. The ladies' guild will hold an even ing reception or reunion at the resi dence of W. K. P. Wilson, on Railroad avenue, "Wednesday next, October 11. It is sincerely desired that all persons notified' of one to have met at Mr. For rester's residence will accept this as a personal invitation to be present and join the society as honorary members. The old Maden house oflbe and bar room has undergone an entire trans formation, and hut night . it was opened Js . a saloon by Hineh Campbell. It wa3 a glorious opening, such a one a3 the boys may feel proud of. The room is beautifully p-.ipsred, and tha bu fixtures are of the finest. Lunch was served to all comers until an early hour this morning. The J. II. Ross troupe of colored minstrels have engaged the Opera House for Monday and Tuesday eve ning. This band of "Laugh-makers" are well spoKen of, and from their ap pearance they will do full justice to the name. As this ia the first real col ored troupe visitinsr this city, they should have full houses -and a good send off. Court convened at 10 a. ra. yester day , Judge Bs'd, presiding. The case of Whitney vs. McAfee, previously re ported, took up the whole of the day, and at the time of adjournment was not yet concluded. The argument in the Lapham case has been set for Monday, but will not be called until after the Whitney vs. McAfee case is given to the jury. The Methodist conference now in session here, will this availing appoint the ministers to the churc!i through out the territory. Rev. V. H. Kistler, father of Russ and Chot Kistler of the Las Vegas Optic, is likely to be sent to Albuquerque. Rev. Kistler is very highly spoken of as a divine of more than ordinary ability, and is well fitted to assume the control over a new and growing congregation. It is hoped by Methodists here that this appoint ment- ment will be made. If these .boys don t have a good house: it will not be because they don't doserve it Of all the actors, that have taken any part in the Opera House, these two men have been the most conscientious. Tha bill for to-ntght is one that will crowd the house, con sisting, as it does of almost entirely lo cal talent. Chaley Robinson, P. A. Van Tassell and Sam Truer, all old showmen, will be seen on the stage. .Every one snoma turn out ana enjoy the fun. The Montezuma opened hist night in a blaze of glory. Champagne wa3 the order of the day, and right royally was it served. W. E. Talbott, the proprie tor, was at his best, and received his friends as befitted the occasion. Harry Post was master of ceremonies, and the hard work he did yesterday ia getting things ia shape, was well repaid by the thousands of friends who were present The Jot-rnal was not forgotten in the gsceral jubilee. The rooms are beauti fully fitted up, and do the proprietor a world of ere lit. Harry is the right maa ia tLe right place. THE THIRD DAY. The Conference Hold Several Services, In Both English and Spanish. Reports That Were Received and Essays That Were Read During the Two Sessions. Biihop Bowman Will Preach Thia Moraine, After Which Communion Will Ba Partaken f by Thoae Present. The third day of the Methodist Epis copal conference was heid yesterday in the Methodsst chutch on Lend avenue. This was probably the most interest ing day that has yet passed. Below will be found a record of the proceed ings: MORNING SESSION. Conference convened at 10 a. m., with Bishop Bowman in the chair. A hymn in Spanish was sang and prayer was offered by Rev. Bias Guitterres. Licenses of local preachers were re newed as follows: Jo3. Andrews, John TJgelow and Pter Bennett, of Georgetown; D. vV . Potter; of Socorro (who was also recommended for ad mission to an annual conference, on trial); Ambrosio Gonzales, of Peralta, was stated to be an elder; Rafael C. Gallegos, late of Claverack College, was found to be on trial in the Colo rado conference. The license of Pam tilo Gonzales was renewed. A question having been asked the bishop as to the relation that O. P- McMains sustains to this mission, it was answered as follows: "He is not a member of the mission, and so far as we can ascertain, he is not a member of the church in this territory." Upon motion, the conference voted to hold the next session of the confer ence at Las Vegas, the time to be fixed by the Board of Bishops. The auditing committee presented a report, which was read, adopted and ordered to be spread upon the min utes. The report was also, on mo tion, ordered to be sent to the Mission arv Board. The committee on church property presented a report which was adopted The committee on church papers and periodicals presunteJ a report, which, upon motion, was adopted The committee on ministerial sup port and appropriations presented a report, which, upon motion, adopted. was Upon motion, the conference ad- iourned. to meet at 3 o'clock to take up the regular conference business iFTEBNOON SESSION. The conference met at 3 o'clock with Bishop Bowman in the chair. Rev. D M. Brown opened the session with the singing of hymn No. 415 and prayer, The minutes of the morning session were read and approved. A report of the committee on stud ies for native preachers was read, and upon motion, adopted. The statistical committee reported the aggregates, and, upon motion, the report was received . The committee on education and or phanages presented a report, which, upon motion, was adopted. A preamble and resolutions, ex pressing condemnation of adverse re ports against an emphasizing the confidence of the conference in Rev. Thomas Ilarwood, wa3 read and adopted. Wtereas, Certain reports have been circulated within this Territory, and sent to the missioa room of the church detrimental to the integrity of Rev. Thomas Ilarwood, our superintendent, and Wheraas, Several committees properly constituted have investigat ed the grounds of complaint, and have reported no cause of accusation ; and Whereas, The Rev. Thomas Ilar wood, has faithfully served the 2iev Mexico mission as superintendent for the last ten years with great accepta bility and success, enduring great sacrifice and hardship amidst extreme peril and exposure of life and health, and . WriEREAS. We, as ministers have found in Brother Harwood, a safe councelor and faithful friend, having iu many yays endeared himself to us in the work of the Master, therefore, be it Resolved, That we as members of the Conference hereby express : 1st. Our unqualified condemnation of the slanderous atta ks upon his per sonal character. 2d. Our implicit confidence in, and high appreciation of our superintend ent, as a faithful presiding officer and worthy gospel minister of Jesus Christ. 3d. That the Secretary of this Con ference forward a copy of these resolu tions to the missionary secretaries. Signed : D. M. Brown, : D. W. Potter, J. A. Callen. Rev. Harwood addressed the confer ence, thanking the conference for its kindness. Resolutions of thanks were offered and passed to Bishop Bowman, the cit izens, newspapers and the railroad companies. Upon motion, it was ordered that when the conference adjourned it do so to meet to-morrow evening at the close of the religious services to re ceive the appointments. Conference adjourned. to-day's services. 9 a. m. Prayer meeting. 10 p. m., love feast. 11 p. m. Bishop Bowman will .preach. 12:00 M. the sacrement will be ad- ministejed. 2:30 p. re, Rev. Rafeal Gallegos will preach, and immediately afterward Sunday school will be held. 7:30 p. m., Rev. E. L. Allen will preach, to ba followed by the reading of the appointment of minister?, fo the ensuing year. All the churches will close during the morning service, that all congrega tions may have an opportunity of hear ing Bishop Bowman. RELIGIOUS SOTICES. Services at the A. & P. hospital at 4 P. J., conducted by Rev. William . Sheppard. Sabbath school at the "Mission Chapel" on Gold avenue at 2:30 p.m. All invited. There will be no services or Sunday school in the new Presbyterian church this morning, as the building has not been completed. The Rev.D.M. Brown, of Las Vegas will preach in the Congregational church this evening at 7:30. There will be no service this morning. The congregation is respectfully invited to attend the Methodist Episcopal church at 11 o'clock A. m. to hear Bishop Bow man preach. The Sunday school will meet at the usual hour 10 o'clock A. M. PERSONAL PEXCILIXGS. The People Who Come To and Go From the Central City. Capt. O. S. Crowtheis.superintendent of the New Mexico & Illinois Mining company, of Copper City, is in Albu querque for a few days. Jake Sanders, the Trinidad liquor man, is in the city, looking after cus tomers. Mrs. Newman, mother of Mrs. W N. Smith, has gone to Denver to visit friends. Elon Moore, the eating house man, came in on the Atlantic & Pacific ex press yesterday. E. II. Hill, postal route agent, is in the city, a witness for the government in the Lapham case. W. F. Jones, of the railway mail service, will be in Albuquerque until the Lapham case is disposed of. Serapio Romero, who has been east purchasing a new stock of goods, stopped over at Las Vegas on Friday night, and was expected home last eve ning. M. TI. Sherman, superintendent of public schools in Arizona, came in from the south yesterday morning, and went out on the Atlantic & Pacific ex press, after taking breakfast at the Rio Grande . Ruatien Running Off Cattle. . It is reported on reliable authority that there is a party of rustlers from Arizona near Williams, on the line of the Atlantic and Pacific railroad. From What can be learned of the gang, they have crossed the railroad a short dis tauce east of the station of Williams, and are traveling in the direction of this Territory. Thiity -eight head of cattle had al ready been stolen by them, and how many more they will- run off it is hard to say. They are said to be a desper ate lot of men, who would hardly stop at any obstacle that might be thrown in their way.. Captain Gamble is now in this city arranging means whereby the whole outfit may be captured and brought to justice. The captain ha? been on their trail for some days, and his efforfs have not been entirely unsuccessful, as he has found a number of cattle strag gling on along the trail. If these thieves should come this way they may be sure that the punishment they so rightly deserve will ba meted out to them . The Editorial Convention. The editorial convention was not aeciaeu success last evening. lint one editor, Mr. Ilildreth, put in an appear ance from a distance. The church the place of meeting, was not opened or lighted up, and no convention was held. What to-day will brinv forth remains to bs seen. Bad management or no management at ail seems to have been the cause of. the failure. The president called the convention at a time when the quarterly passes of editors had expired, and before they could be renewed. This likely has prevented all or nearly all from attending. It has been a bungling business throughout. Las Vegas Ga zette. The Chihuahua Excursion. Rhe excursionists to Chihuahua re turned yesterday morning. Ail were tired and worn out after their long journey and not disposed to talk. From what could be ascertained the trip was a decided success in every way, the very idea of being in a foreign country, was novel and interesting enough, to make the party enjoy them- selver. Many old inhabitants of Albuquer que were met in the ancient city whether they had gone to engage in business. All in all the pleasure seek ers had a lovely time and one which they will long remember. The Store Question We are now prepared to open the winter campaign on stoves. we nave me largest ana oest as sorted stock of heaters and cooking stoves in this market, and propose to sell one to every man or woman that needs a stove, in this town or vicinity. Consult your interests, examine our stock and prices and then decide. Stein, Mandell & Co. To Oar Patrons and the Public iu - General. We intend to raffle off the two ele gant white and .black gros grain silk dresses, valued at -1250 each, which took the first premium at the last ex position. , To all our patrons who trade with us to the amount of $20 at one time we icill present a ticket in this valuable raffle free of charge. Tickets also for sale at our Paiace Store, price t2 ; 100 tickets will only be issued for each dress. All our goods will be sold at prices to defy any and every com. petition. "Respectfully, Spiegelbekg Bros- Albuquerque, corner of First street and Gold avenue. WIIE1ÍE WERE TILE POLICE ? A Large Crowd Forcing Their Way Into the Cyclone" Grocery House. As The Journal man was waltzing up Front street yesterday morning, in search of stray items, he was somewhat startled to see a large crowd gathering in front of the "Cyclone grocery house. Elbow room was in demand, but by dint of hard work and a good deal of pushing, the reporter managed to reach Mr. Bell, when the following conver sation took place : Reporter Good morning, Mr. liell. Mr. Bell How'dy, Journal man. Reporter How is the "Cyclone" grocery house ? Mr. Bell All wool and a yard wide. Reporter Does your business con tinue to increase? Mr. Bell I should smile : all we can do. Reporter You have been in the grocery businets for some time? Air. lieu liorn in it; dont know anything else. Reporter You have a nice stock. Mr. Hell We know it, and every family in Albuquerque are ascertaining the fact. Reporter Mr. Bell, I see you have the "racket" and don't blow. Mr. Bell No money in lying to the people. Facts, "fa-its" truth, my boy, tells the tale. Reporter Good day, Mr. Bell. Mr. Bell Call again, young man. The Opening. A Journal reporter passing up Front street yesterday afternoon, noticed a large number of ladies congregated in Neustadt Bro's. store. He entered.and after waiting patiently for half an hour, caught Louis Neustadt w'dlehe was trying to get a breathing spell.and suggested to him that business must be pretty good, judging trom the number of people in the store examining goods. Well, he replied, "you see tins is our 'opening,' and everybody drops iu to see our new stock which we have on our shelves for the first time to-day; and when they once see theni they can't resist the temptation to purchase." The reporter must tiave had an ex pression on his face about that time, which suggested to the enterprising merchant something like "taffy;" and as it is Louis' nature to convince a person of the truth of everything he says, he pilotted that incredulous newspaper fiend through the store and showed him a few things which im pressed him with the truthfvflness of the assertion first made. The millinery department wa3 first examined, and it was found to contain a very large assortment of the lat est styles of hats, a large portion of which are im ported directly from Paris. The trimmings are simply elegant and there is nothing which will compare with them in the Territory. Plumes nd hat trimmjngs of all kinds are also on exhibition in this department, and are very attractive. The cloak department contains ele gant dolmans, and cloaks of all descrip tions, and any one will surely be able to find in this selection just what they desire, no matter in what direction their tastes may run. There were handsome winter cloaks tastily trim med, light cloaks, silk dolmans, fur lined and trimmed, and elegant styles of the same garments lined with satin. The dress goods department was next looked over, and the array of silks, satins, plushes, cashmeres, em broidered goods, etc., which greeted the eye was dazling in the extreme. Ladies' clothes in all the fashionable colors were there, as well as basket flannels and other goods' of that class. In hosiery there is probably not a better assortment to be found any where in the West, than in Neu talt Bros', establishment. Their French hosiery is worthy of especial mention, and they have a fi le assortment of it which bus been brought direct from Paris, especially for the Albuquerque trade . Knit goods, such as skirts, jack ets, hoods, etc., etc., are to be found here iu almost endless profusion. Any lady will b certain to find just what she wants, as the stocK was se lected with the greatest care. Mr. Neustadt showed the reporter his line of dress trimmings, buttons, etc., and said that there was nothing necessary in finishing up a dress which he did not have in stock, and the Journal man had no reason to doubt his state ments. To tell the real honest truth it would be no more than right to sav that the store of Neustadt Bro's. presents a handsome appearance. The stock is new and artistically arranged; noth ing is lacking. Polite salesmen are al ways willing and anxious to show goods, no matter whether they make sales or not. Mr. Neustadt stated that ho had de cided to continue his opening through to-morrow, in order that everybody might have an opportunity of seeing for themselves. Why You Should Buy groceries of Bell & Company Their goods are new. They make a specialty of groceries. They can And will And do sell moie goods for the money than any house in the city car rying a mixed stock. "You would not go to a blacksmith for a watch." Buy your groceries of a grocer. Bell & Compan The Cyclone Grocers. The hotel company were for some time unable to find stone suitable to build the foundation of their new builJing, but J. S. Br-iwnewell came to the rescue and furnished the bc,-t stone possible, in fact, the only stone near this city that could be used . The stone is from Mr. Brownewell'a quar ries at El Rita. Ladies, examine those dress goods at the Kansas store. They have styles you will not be able to find elsewhere in the city. F. II. Butler, of Stockton, Catiforni?, came in from the south yesterday morn ing. Boyd, the man who, with Bryson followed "Tex" for such a distance went to Lake Valley last evening. ' ' D. B. Emmert, secretary of the expo sition association,, after four months of hard work in that position, again ap pears on deck, ready for hi3 old friends and customers in the real estate busi ness. That he intends to make the market move, will be seen by his card in auother column. District Attorney Owen was the first person to see the desirability of the location where he now resides, and he was so confident that he w'as right, built the first house in that part of the city. To-day there are no less than five residences in close proximity to his own. LOC-A-Xi NOTICES. At The Alameda Fine Furnished Rooms By the day By the week By the night. By the month Second street, near Railroad avenue. I have no red wagon, and my ex - penses are nothing, but I can sell as low as auyoouy in town. Max Stein, Grocer, Gold Avenne. The finest line of pocket cutlery and razors at Vose & Co.'s. Underwear of all descriptions at the Kansas 3tore. We guarantee our prices to be as low as the lowest. Saint & Co. Everybody buys groceries at Bell & Co.'s., the Cyclone grocers American and Swiss Chease for sale at the Fresco Restaurant. The famous Surprise baking powder, a sil ver spoon i u each and every can, at Carl & Thompson's. Remember id ways that Jaffa Bro's. is headquarters for cheese . They al ways keep a fine quality. ' The best and finest selected stock of pipes, .tobaccos and smoking articles generally, is to be found at B. Moses's cigar store. Lunches and oysters as late as 1 a m. at the Kreamer House. Mrs. Inez McMartin, Propriretes s. One of the largest lines of laces in the city at the Kansas store. A big lot of self-sealing fruit jars at Saint & Co. s. Go to the Cyclone for groceries Bell & Co. " A big lot of baskets just in at Saint & Co.'s. Ladies, you should examine those fine boots at t-he Kansas store. Almost everything can be found at Jaffa Bro s. Choice potatoes 2.75 per 100 pounds. J3ELL & COMPANY. A No. 1 Chickering piano for sale at a bargain. Owner traveling with tram and afraid of accident to same. J. A. Russell, Construction train A. T. & S. freight depot. Wittick & Russell are completely rushed with work. This is because they turn out such excellent pictures. Cranberries! Cranberries- Cranber ries! at Bell & Co's. Wittick & Russell have taken a fine bird's eye view of the town, and have them on sale at their gallery. Jaffa Bro's. continue to sell any quantity of goods . Cranberries! Cranberries! Cranber ries! at Bell & Co's. Potatoes by the sack, at Carl & Thompson's. . A large assortment of ladies' dress good at Jaffa Bro's . B. Moses, the only practical cigar man, has constantly in stock the choic est foreign and domestic cigars. Lovers of a good smoke cannot fail to find at his place just what they want, Silver Leaf Flour. Best on earth. Bell & Co. Pure cider vinegar at Carl & Thomp son s. Elegant creamery butter at Carl & Thompson s. Fresh Oysters received daily at the Metropolitan. Choice potatoes $2.75 per 100 pounds. Bell & Company. All kinds of laundry work, and cleaning and scouring done in first- class style, at the Steam laundry, Sec ond and Carroll streets. Choice potatoes 2.75 per 100 pounds. Hell & Company. The largest stock of heating and cooking stoves in the southwest at Vose & Co's. Views along the line of the Atlantic & Pacific railroad from negatives by C. W. Sanders can bo procured at Carter s gallery, Albuquerqua, N. M. Sweet potatoes. Sweet potatoes. Bell & Company. The stock of stoves and hardware that took the prize is at Vose & Co.'s, Choice potatoes $2.75 per 100 pounds Bell & Company, Oysters stewed, fried or raw at the Metropolitan. Thf handsomest nickel-plated stoves in the south vr est at Vose & Co's. Eggs, eggs, eggs. Belt. & Compani. The best assortment of hardware in New Mexico at Vose & Co.'s. Albuquerque, Oct. 3, 1882. They consider it a pleasure to show you goods at the Kansas store. Whether you wish to buy or not, you are always welcome. Fresh butter, nice aná sweet, at the Eagle grocery store. We have a terrible big lot of pickles that mint be sold. Call and get price. Saint & Co. Fresh laid eggs at Con Erbeck's eagle grocery store. The finest stock of heating and cook ing stoves in the southwest at Vose & Co's. Choice Potatoes $2.00 per hundred pounds. Max Stein, Gold Avenne. Foryo'. r fancy groceries aud canned goods call on Con Erbeck at the Eagle grocery store. Look out for those new cloaks and dolmans at the Kansas store. The largest stock of hardware in New Mexico at Vose & Co.'s. Choice Potatoes $2.60 per hundred pounds. Max Stein, Gold Avenue. Call at the Oriental Restaraunt and see what kind of a meal you can get for 40 cents. Rpgular board $5.50 per week. G. G. Lehmann, Prop Butter, butter, butter. Bell & Company. fho'c3 Potatoes $2.60 per hundred pjinds. Max Stein, Gold Avenue. The cheapest and best heating and cooking stoves in the southwest at Vose & Co's. "Some men are born great, some achieve greatness, some have greatness thrust upon them;" but we believe the Cyclone boys were bora practical grocers. Go and see their store. Choice Potatoes pounds. $2.60 per hundred Max Stein, Gold Avenue. The greatest novelties in ladies' goods to be fonnd in this city are at Ilfeld's' Bazaar. T. ey have an im mense stock of such goods as embroi deries, embroidered flannels, embroi dered skircs, the latest styles of Swiss embroideries for collars and cuffs, the finest plushes, silks and velvets, beau tiful fur-lined satiu de Kyon dolmans, brocaded dolmans and circulars. Their line of fancy flannels is "complete. Just received, a full list of the latest styles in large dotted Swiss and India mulls in all the delicate shades. The only place in this city where a full line of ready-made dresses are always on hand. Call and examine our stock and prices. Ilfeld & Co.'s Bazaar, Corner of Front street and Silver Ave. Our stock of canned goods is fresh and most all is this year's packing, and as low as the lowest. Saint & Co. An immense line of flannels at the Kansas store. Another car of potatoes. Bell & Co., the Cyclone grocers. Choice potatoes $2.75 per 100 pounds. Bell & Company.. We have the most complete stock of staple and fancy groceries in the west. Call and see them and get our prices. Saint & Co. Blue fish, very fine, at Carl & Thomp son s. All new California goods at Carl & Thompson's. All the different brands of cigarettes manufactured can be found at B. Moses' cigar store. Nice chicken dinner at the Kreamer House to-day. Mrs. Inez McMartin, Proprietress. Jaffa Bro's. are selling goods at bot tom prices, and don't fail to remember it. The Frisco is the only, first-class restaurant and confectionary m the city. Give us a trial and convince yourselves. Block & Loewentiial, Props. Just Received t Another invoice of Oakes, Celebra ted Home-made candies at Block & Loweenthal. Oykter I Oysters 1 Oysters t Fresh oysters served in every style at the Frisco Restaurant. A Card. " The Review is premature in its con gratalations. It takes a fatherly in terest in my affairs. Thanks, but some future time,' papa, good wishes will be in order. "Small" favors thank fully received. Miss Frankie Lee. The Cyclone Grocery Rouse. We have for sale 20 cases fresh eggs. 30 tubs fresh butter. 100 barrels apples. 40 barrels sweet potatoes. 1 car of flour. 1 car of potatoes. Country orders solicited. Quota-, lions furnished on application. . Bell & Company, BARKEEPERS, ATTENTION! Bar Sugar. . You can get seven pounds for $1 at Max Stein s, Gold avenue. Dried Fruit. Pi unes, currants, raspberries, black berries, pitted cherries, whortleberries, plums, apples, peaches, raisins, all nice and fresh at Saint & Co.s. CENT BEER at Craig's Place, Railroad avenue, next door to the New York Cloth ing House. Ilorsford's Acid Phosphate Valuable Medicine. Dr. W. H. Parmelee, Toledo, Ohio, says. "I have prescribed the 'acid' in a large variety of diseases, and have oeen amply satisfied that it is a valu able addition to our list of medicinal agents." Tne true anti dote to the effects of miasma is Hos tetter's stomach bitters. Tnis med k'ine is one of the most popular rem edies of an age of successim Droprie tary specifices, and is in immense de niMiiu wherever on tnis ontineiit fev er and jigüe exists. A wineelassiul three times a day is the best possible preparative lor en countering a mala ious atmosphere, STOMACH reguIatiiiiitlieLiv er. and invigorat intf the stomach. sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally. fVANTED, fOR RENT, FOR SALE, ETC. Notices un ler this head Five Cents per Lino tor citen insertion. WANTED. A good drv -goods salesman at the California ariety store. Kone other but experienced men need apply. f nOR SALE. At a bargain . a saloon and res E taurant doing a gooa business. Enquire at Germauia saloon, i rout street. w ANTED. A Spanish teacher ; class guar anteed. Address P. O, box . F iO R SALE. A ell built carpenter shop on Froi.t street. Apply to i. A. rritsch.real estate and insurance bioker. IOR SALE. Two desirab'e lots on Railroad - aveiiue. Appl- to V. A. Fritscl), real estate and insurance DroKer. CiOR SALE A tUree room dwelling house on - the Tueras cano road, eheap. Apply to h . A. Fritsoh, real estate and insurance bruker. ÍriOB SALE OB RENT. Steam Laundry, Sec ' oud and Car' oil. TTOlt SALE. Nice little store General Mer- -B- chamiise in a thriving vi lage on It. K. with iu 100 miles of Albuaueruue. doing good busi ness, Terms very easy. A big bargain for somubody. Inquire at this office. ITIOR SALE.ANI) IS A BARUAI.V.- A well es 1 tabli.Mied and monev making restaurant with bar and lodging rooms, located on one of the best business streets in Albuquerque. In quire of Chas Ethridge. "lyANTED To invest $5 000 i-i some paying ,V bus'iiess in Albuquerque and t;ike active part in the business. Address J. R. I'arsous, Detroit, Michigan. y ANTED. A first-e'ass waller to whom the " very highest wages wi'l be paid. Inquire at Journal olliee. fAN'lED. Alirst-ciass cook. Apply at the trisco Restaurant. rANTEl noon Washer and lroner at the 1 A L Laundry. Apply immediately. E HAVE a saloon on Front street to rent. and the fixtures therein contained to sell. ARJUJO. SULLIVAN & HENRY. YY7ANTEÍ). Second hand furniture and ? I Ftoves. (jowl prices paid. Copper ave nue and Second street. p OR SALE. O' e-half interest in one of the 1 best mining claims iu Coyote Canon. Inquire the Jouk.val olliee. F0?f RENT Three nice comfortable three- room cottages. MACK & WHEELOCK. Old Newspapers. The ch-apest and best wrapping paper to be bad, for sale at this cilice. FOR SALE, CHEAP. A good outfit for a country paper, except press. Inquire at the Joubnai, office. No better .Hoarding Bouse City. ODtiING and furnished rooms, comer aj seconu street anu ieaa Avenue. Dr. J. M. lif.I.tj. BOARD by the day or week, corner of Second street and Lead Avenue. br. J. U. BeLL. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office corner Second street and Lead Avenue. Dr. J. M. BELL. I Lota For Sale. Lots In the Frank Armijo addition, north side of New Albuquerque, are now for sale. Comer lots, $200, inside lots. lf0. These lots are the best investments to be found in the city, being within a few hundred yards of the center of the town. Gail on Frank Armijo, for particulars. (fOSrEVTERb Jv IE3RATED t In the ras HMrw Successors to MOORE, BEnrJETT & CO., tfJhoSesale AGENTS FOR THE STCDEBAKER WaOSS AXD BUGGIES ASD TIIELAF- LIJi & BAJÍO rOWVEU l'U JUTAS I. Kansas Dry Goods OF VANSLYCK & You will always find one of DRY GOODS, CLOTMXG, HITS and Famishing Goods la (he City. Ono Price to -LXX. Look Out for the rgeBanner Kear F. IE- AL.DR.ICH. Hill Eiplisif fi & Office: Corner First St. and Silver Av, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. ATJBRICHT'& .WAXiTOJaT DRUGGISTS, Railroad Avenue. NEW ALBUQUERQUE The largest stock of Drug in the City. Prescription carefully com pounded. JOHN JONES Successor to JONES & IJEIilV Manufacturer of and dealer in Harness, Saddles, Whips, Brushes Combs, and a full stock of everything in the iine. Second Street, Opposite Trimble's Transfer. KKW ALMLQUKKQIE, N. M MRS. O.X. SFOOISE,' niLLirJEr? AHD DRESSMAKER. A LARGE ASSOETMENT OF Hats, Bonnets, Plumes, Trimmings, Hair Work, Lite. FRENCH STAMPING DONE TO-ORDER. Store on Third Street, in Masonic Building. CITY LIVERY STABLES, FULLER & 11IG1IT. ' 4th Street, Albuquerque, N. F,l. Wholesale Dealers ia Hay anil Grain. Horses Bought aud Sell. Order received BARIES EXGC3ACn3QG JAKE This first-class Saloon and Lunch lloom bas again passed into Jaka Muller's hands wbe wilimaka itlhe .most DDPUlar üetreatin. the city . v XjOXDO-IÍTG- liOTJSE -A.TT4CIIED Railroad Avenue, New Albuqnerqu FALL AND ÜSÍJTER G00D0 ARRIVING DAILY THE SV3ADEES HOUSE BAR GRAND OPErllFJC S-A.1'"CrXJX.A."5r NIGHT. CAMPBELL & HINCH, Proprietors. THE JOURNAL HOTEL, CORKER SECOSD STREET A'D SILVER AYEXCE, LAWREHCE f.lARHITJAfJ, Proprietor. This house has just been remodeled, renovated and put in first-class order 0 Transient, 1.50 per Day; Day Board, per Week, $5.50; Board and Lodging, per Week, $7.00; Single Meals, 40 Cents. FIRST-CLASS BAR jVErs. PISKENOT, DEALER IN STAPLE, FANCY AHD SPRINGER HOUSE. TERMINUS OF eealees lasr NATIVE LUMBER and U COAL AVENUE, East of A.. T & Wm. HENRY, Agt. VH!)LI'SA:J5 and kstail dealees in GEl'iEllAl JsJiEjlC I i A rj D I S E . UOODS SOLD AT MOST REASONABLE RATES, Orders by Mail Will Receive Prompt Attention, SfGoods delivered free to any part of the city. aSTE-VT IíSTJ'Q.TJSIIAQ.TJE. - - XT. ZX Croceries I and Clothing House RHINEHART the best selected stocks of aud CAPS, BOOTS aad SHOE!? Corner Second itrect and Gold Avenue. Blastii Port by telephone. MTJ-LLER, Prop. IN CONNECTION. FAF.IILY GROCERIES, STREET CAR LINE, OLD TOWN. S. F. track. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. 3IEAT MABKET. IIcCMlai & RaiisÉ Successors to KLEINWORT & RAU3CH Keep the best Meats of all kinds !n;the Market. 8auMge a. Specialty. New Albuquerque.