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ALBUQUERQUE MORXIXG JOURNAL, WEBXESÜAT, NOVEMBER 15, 1882.
W. & Burke, Editor
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 18S2.
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THE MILK IX THE COCOANUT.
Andrew Jackson, James K. Polk,
Horatio Seymour. B. F. Butler, "W. B.
Nassau, AV. B. Childers, and Judge
Triniba.ll, all voted ii .Valencia county
last week at lenst their names iré on
the poll books, and checked off as voted.
That accounts for the big vote in that
county fr Manzanares.
Another interesting article on the
new El Dorado will be found in The
Journal this morning. Yesterday
morning we gave the opinions of one
who doesn't set a very high estimate
upon the new camp. The writer,
whose communication we copy to day
takes a rather rosier view of it. There
are a variety of opinions in regard to
the camp and The Journal being a
newspaper, endeavors to show all
The preeric "spsll" of weather is
phenomenal. That highly respected
individual, the oldest inhabitant, de
clares that he never saw anythine like
it Certain it is, that never since the
first American settlement in Xew
Mexico has there been sucli co!d
weather in Xoverab.T. There w.13 only
one mjrning last winter when the
mercury weut lower than last Monday
morning. But this unusual condition
of things is not peculiar to New Mexi
co; there has been a cold wave all over
the northwest. Heavy snows have
fa'len in many places.and cold weather
Although the season for building is
nearly over, the "building boom" in
Albuquerque continues; thre are fully
as many new houses "on the way" to
day, its at any time during the past
year uf marvelous growth; and what
is stranger still, to our neighbors of
other towns. U the f ict lh.it of all the
vast number of new houses put up,
none are permitted to stand idle, but
al! fin 1 tenants re idy to take them as
soon as they are ready for occupancy.
During lioth the years th it have elaps
ed since the -new town of Albuquerque
was started, ttie growth h u been more
rapid in the winter than in the sum
. rrif-r, and if tlia mine rule holds goad
flaring the present year, we may look
for a degree of improvement during
the coming winter and spring that
will surptss anything we have seen in
the past, and all the indications point
in this direction. The population is
increising inore r.viid'y th in at any
time heretofore; a-iy of the old settlers
will t 'llyoii:h it th -y never b, -fore s iw
so 'ii iny -ícrtiií f i ;ei on thrf siren!-;
a:i I t!i .treliit-";;is say th'-y have
more business than they ever had be
When our neighbors at Socorro were
running wild over incorporation. The
Journal to.k occasion to warn them
that they were chasing a will-o-the-wisp,
and that it would not be possible
to accomplish anything under the
present incorporation act. Incorpora
tion with jut power to collect revenues,
is like tin play of Hamlet, with Ham
let out. After goin through the
for.u of an election, and maintaining
a bin leique city government for sever
al mouths, the Socorro people now find
their position untenable, and propose
to go back to where they were be
fore. In an editorial entitled -Remedy
the Evil." the Miner of the 12th
frankly admits th it incorporation baa
been a miserable failure, and says:
ilt l ist thcitiz -us have grown tired
of incorporation and have determined
to correct the evil while opportunity
offrtrs. Xo one can doubt that our
municipal government has been a fail
ure. AVe elected a good mayor, but the
coiincilinen did not seem m1oiis of the
local welfare. They began a code of
laws which they never completed and
were never carried out. The" treaMtry
labored under a constant strain of
poverty and at the present time is
bankrupt. The funds collected for
current exenses cania from tae small
circle of business men who have not
received tae lieuefU of their money and
who are anxiou far a proper adjust
ment of tne burilen.
Disincorporate we say. We have
labored long enough with the evil, we
have not been successful and we have
every indication that we cannot be.
There is a secret fear that the ordi
nances cannot be enforced, as the law
of in orporation of this Territory is de
fective, which has been the cause why
delinquents have not been pursued
ami the ordinances enforced.
Incorporation has been a miserable
failure and wecall for disin orporation.
It is to the credit of Albuquerque
that her p-ople bad the good judgment
to keep out of the incorporation fool
ishness while Socorro and L;ts Vegas
were being carried away by it. We
ought to have a city government, it is
true; Albuquerque is much the largest
town in the Territory, and therefore
needs a local government much more
than any of the others; but for the
people of a town to elect city officers
and enact city ordinances, while yet,
without the power to raise a revenue
is simply a farce. Judge Sullivan's
court, with the power of the Territory
behind it, is worth more as a govern
ment for the city than all the mayors
and councils that could stand between
v hera and Socorro, as long as the gener
al incorporation act remains as it is.
Itera can be no government without
revenue, and a city in Xew Mexico has
no power to enforce the collection of
revenue under the present law. The
next legislature may possibly remedy
this, but for the present there is noth
ing to do but wait .
A Boom la Railroad Stock Predicted.
The election is over, and knott ing
ones predict that business will begin to
boom, and more especially that in rail
road stocks and securities there will be
a general advance and large transfers.
The large earnings of the railroads and
the purchase abroad of securities,
many of which have been taken, doubt
less, for permanent investment, will
give a firmness to the market. The
Glassgow Herald publishes an esti
mate that 138,000,000 was borrowed in
Europe during the tirst half of this
year for the construction of railroads
in the United States, and since that
time many of the older stocks and
bonds have been carried across the
water. Against those figures, howev
er, must be placed the fact that rail
road securities having a face value of
Í3o0,000,' 00 have already been lis:ed
at Hie Xew York Exchange this ear,
9 K) isiles of railroad representing a can
tliz.mon of $400,000.000 to $5,000,001
having been built. As for r.-.ilrad earn-
iugs.the freight tariffs on the trunk lines
both ways are now back at the rates
that prevailed before the war of lbol.
The eastward movement of grain will
he very large after the close of navi
gation. The old roads will, no doubt
do well, but the new ones will long be
an element of serious uncertainty.
There are at present a few soft spots
in the market. The Louisville and
Xashville and the Like Shore are the
otijwts of bears and newspaper atracks.
also Denverand Hiolirande and Jsortli-
ern Pacific; lint a majority f the roads
which have ever been considered valu
able properties are steadily working
into better condition. Especially is
lhistiue of Indiana roads, which, by
forming new alliances and closer con
ned ions, are greatly increasing their
business. The Louisville, Xew Al-
banv and Chicago; the Indianapolis
and St Louis; the Cincinnati, Hamil
ton and Indianapolis; the Indiana,
Bloomington and Western; the Fort
Wavne, Muncie and Louisville, under
able and economical management, are
of the number.
The Latest Form of Marriage In France.
L niou Woili!.
M. Elisee Rt-clus. the illustrious au
thor of the Universal Geography, has
inaugurated free marriage and has
united his two daughters -freely" to
two young iiifti of their choice. This
adverb -freely" means that M. Keel us
has d.spenscd not only with the re
ligious ceremony of marriage, but also
wiih the civil marriage in presence of
He simplv invited his fliends and
relatives toa banquet at the Grand ho
tel, over which he presidí d. and there
ami then, literally '-across l lie walnuts
and the wine," lie declared the union
of his two girls wiih tht ir respective
sweethearts. r ree marriage isdecid-
edly simple, expeditious and economi
cal inasmuch as it involves no lee.
eiiher to church or state. In short, it
is the last work of progress.
New York Republicans.
Does any human being suppose that
the Democrats did this? Xew York
is lo-d.iy as safe a Republican State as
it was a vear ago. But it is not an
Arthur State, or a John F. Smyth
State, r a -Steve" French State. It is
a Slate that will acknowledge alle
giance neither to the administration,
nor to tin broken-doivn 8 natura, no;
lo their machina Against them, and
ad their works and ways its majority
Only a Temporary Uererse.
New Haven Ia.atliiiiu . lirp. )
We may liken the Republican party
toan army that has suffered a tem
porary defeat which is likely to prove
its salvation in the end. There is cer
tainly abundant reason why the part;"
should be benefitted by the atllictions
of the present moment. Undoubtedly
it has erred and strayed into by and
A Loosening of Party Lines.
( inciunat G izelti ( Kep )
There is a largn amount of election
news in the Gazette this morning
which will be the subject of comment
at a future time. It is clear that party
lines sat lightly Tuesday, and this al
ways, or nearly always, assists the
Better for the R -publicans. Perhaps.
l'llll nle pliia tress (Rep.)
Looking squarely into the face of the
fact that in every State where the
President and Cabinet- officers have
taken a hand in the campaign there has
been Republicon disaster, every liberty
loving citizen of this gr?at country
must be convinced that it wotilil have
been a great deal better for the Repub
lican ticket if the adiniu'straiiou had
turned right in and worked with the
Disgust With The nosws The Cause.
in-iniili Enquirer ( l)ein.'.
The result has been brought about
through the disruption of the Repub
lican organization and the general dis
gust of the people with the Bosses
and the tire'ess pap-suckers, and no
party can afford to 0e Jheedless of the
lesson conveyed. In the State of Xew
York the Democratic party had only
to behave well in its nominating
conventions and then hold still and
let the Republican factions destroy
each other. It was the people against
the Bosses. In Massachusetts Gen
eiTtl Butler rides in majestically on
the wave, and much abused as he Las
been by people of all parties, he is not
to be thought of lighty as an in
strument of reform.
Cincinnati Commercial (Eep.)
During Grant's administration.
eight years ago, the republicans suffer
ed a defeat as sweeping is that with
which they are now overwhelmed.
They earned and deserved the;r defeat
because they were submissive to boss
es. It was the loss of twenty-two
Republi"an States in .1874 that pre
vented the carrying out of the open
campaign then contemplated in 1876
for a third term of Grantism. It was
a conspiiacy of bosses against our Re
publican form of government. They
wanted a big boss to parcel out the
spoils among an arsitocracy of bosses.
They were beaten, and Garfield, elect
ed presi lent, denied his boss and was
murlered. He would not have been
harmed if lie had submitted to the
systemof the- bosses.
The New Mining Camp In The Percha Dis
trict Great Kxcitement Over the Mineral
Discoveries, And a Town of Twelve Hun
dred 1'eopla Which Has f prang np In The
Forest In six Weeks.
Special Correspondent, of The Denver Tribune.
Kingston Í3 the new town in the
Percho ruining district of Grant coun
ty, which is attracting so much atten
tion just now in all mining quarters.
Since the Leadville discoveries there
has perhaps been no camp that has
created so great an excitement. Be
fore I got within 5 )0 miles of Kings
ton I heard the wildest stories of big
discoveries, of rich strikes, of fortunes
found in a day, of a town growing up
in a few weeks, of a camp of several
hundred people, of town lots jumping
up in the hundreds of dollars, of real
estate speculators making thousands,
and all those things that grow and
magnify in the distance. I saw peo
ple hurrying from all parts of Colorado
and northern Xew Mexico to the new
El Dorado, and thinking Kingston
would be a good point for your corres
pondent to get information for the
readers of The Tribune, I gathered
my grip and blankets and came along
wiih numerous other pilgrims to see
what I might see.
FiomXutt station to this point is
neatly 50 miles by stage. On the
road we mast have met and passe 1
nearly a hundred freight wagons. At
Xutt station merchandise of every
kind was being transferred to wagons
to be taken to Kingston, and the road
was lined with wagons going and coin
ing between these points. The driver
of the stage told me that one curious
passenger had the day previous counted
79 freight wagons on the road. The
slage and numerous hacks and spring
wagons wtre loaded with passengers
going in to Kingston, and I observed
that the same conveyances were com
ing out empty or with few passengers,
These things indicated that there
must be soiiieihing to ar-tract people to
Kingston, and all of us had made up
our minds to find a booming camp.
On reaching here in the evening we
came tirst upon a lot of tents, brush
wigwams aud teamster outfits with
their camp fires among the tires and
brush. This, the driver informed us,
was the suburban portion of the city.
Then we came among larger and more
pretentious tents, some of them with
lodging signs in front, and presently
we were in the main street of King
ston. For a distance of several hun
dred rards along the main thorough
fare, not yet cleared of the forest trees,
we could see house;), frame aud adobe,
and huge tents, strung along in
straight rows on either side. -They
are in every conceivable stage of pro
gress from the laying of foundations
lo the putting on of the shingles.
Wagons loaded with merchandise
till the streets, and tons of
it are piled up on all hands
waiting for shelter.' The street in
the neighborhood of the postolhce,
which is a 7x9 shantv, with a hole
through the wall for delivery, held a
motley crowd waiting to greet the new
arrivals and to obtain the expected pa
pers and letters. 1 have been here now
tour days. Each day is a repetition of
the one preceding. The sume bustle
tioü exciu-uiuau, ilia fiuiua tulk of new
strikes and sales. People are coming
in by the scores, and some are going
out. Of course all do not see alike.and
there are disgusted and disappointed
ones. Every, day witnesses the com
pletion of a new house. Dirt is brok
en for Hie foundation in the morning,
workmen ply their tools, in a few
hours the skeleton of a house is up, a
tloor is laid, and goods are being sold
trout the boxes and barrels by evening
Hy daylight you "rear the sound of the
hammer and saw, and it continues till
dark and after dark. Everything is in
a rush, as if there was not a minute of
lime to be lost. The lodging houses
are full of people. Hundreds are
sleeping in their blankets on the floors
of s:ores or under any friendly shelter
obtainable, and hundreds more sleep in
the open air with the starlit sky for a
canopy. The eating Jiouses arc doing
a rattling business, but I can't sneak
for their profits . Meals are as cheap
hjre as in old towns and in fact
everything is sold here at astonishingly
low prices, l ou get a guou meal at
any of the restaurants for 50 cents.
Drinks and cigi rs are sold two for "two
bits. I would suggest that there
is a good supply of everything
merchantable in Kingston for several
mouths business, and would advise
people who think they can bring a little
bunch, or a big stock of goods here,
and make a fortune in a few weeks or
months, to stay away. For the pres
ent ths is an enticing field f .r pros
pectors and speculators only.
It is just six weeks siiue the town
of Kingston had its bir h. The first
hou.ie a large tent boarded up at the
sides stands almost in the middle of
the street, and is occupied by Barnaby
& Webster as a store, while their large
adoiie building is being finished. It is
es i i in a ted that there are now fully
1,200 people in the camp. I believe
there are that many, but not more.
The number is being augmented, how
ever, .every day. There are not the
thousands talked of 500 miles away, but
if they keep on coming at the rate they
have been, the springtime will see a
big town, where six weeks ago was
onlj a forest, in which roamed turkeys,
deer and bear, and where less than a
year ago life was held on feeble secu
rity in the midst of the warlike
Apach s What the town will be in
six weeks or six months hence is, of
eourse, altogether a matter of specula
tion. It would be folly to say that
every man who has come here has
come with cool sense a"nd calm judg
ment with knowledge of facts that
would warrant the big investments
that are being made in business. But
I may say some of the strongest and
best business men in Xew Mexico
came here aud first looked the ground
over several weeks ago, and have
brought in large stocks of merchan
dise. Also, that some of the most ex
p riencad miners of California and
Colorado have been here, and, after
examining the mines and prospects,
and looking over the country, have ex
pressed the belief that the mountains
are teeming with mineral, and that is
every indcation that here will be
permanent mining camp. Many go
so far as to say that there is the wealth
of Leadville lying in the hills about
here, and that by next spring there
will be as big an excitement here as
there was in Leadville in the spring of
'79. But I give this for what it is
worth. This may or may not becjme
a second Leadville. Some big strikes
have been made some sales have been
made at good round figures the whole
country is covered over with float
r-ck, much of it rich enough to bear
shipment to Pueblo but none of the
properties have been opened to any
oiisitleraiile depth, and It is impossi
ble to predict wiat toe outcome will
be. There' are enough indications,
however, on the surface to incite anv
prospector or mine speculator or mine
A number of old California and
Colorado mining people are here, or
have been here, and saie3 of claims
have been made to such well-known
people as Tabor and Wurtzebach and
Jefferson Raynolds, of Colorado the
only ones I think of now from Colo
rado; Governor Perkins, of California;
Colonel J. O. Logan, of California; A.
W . Harris, of Alameda county, Cali
fornia; George Hurst, a rich miner of
California, and one ol the best judges
of mines in the country; and D. H.
Jackson, late-manager of the Sierra
mines in Lake Valley.
I have not yet visited many of the
mines and prospects. These cover a
considerrble territory. I am gathering
facts from the best sources concerning
the mines, and shall visit all the prin
cipal properties this week.
Horsford's Acid Phophate as a Brain Tonic.
Dr. L. W. Robertson, Cleveland. O.,
says. "Frm my experience can cor
dially recommend it as a brain -nnd
nerve tonic, especially in nervous de
bility, nervous dyspepsia, etc., etc."
remedies are rai
idiy giving gronnrt
bet re ill ad
vaueeof tliis cm
and old fashioned
idea in regard to
depletion as a
maus of cure,
lutVH been quite
exploded bv the
success of tne
wlueli tones the
izes the nerves,
ria, depurates and
enriches the blood.
rouses the liver
and promotes a
resillar habit of b-wly.
For sale by all Uru
ists anil Dealers general-
Tkubitort of New Mkxico, I
COUNTY OF BEHNALII.LO. I
Bv virtue of an execution issued out of the
District Conn of Bernalillo, and Territory of
New Mexico, datea the sa day of October, A.
D. 1K82. in a certain action, wherein F. W
Potters ei. al.. as plaintiff, secured a judgment
agai'il J O. Galawav and Thoma B. Brown,
delendant on the lirst (1) dav of May. A. U.
1SS2 I have levied upon the following dscribed
l.'its number three (3) and four (4) In block
number seven. (7) as desinat' d upon the map of
the Baca addition to the town of Albuquerque,
made by C. W. -Sanders, and filed in the entice
of the Probate CletK. aud Ex-oflteio Recorder of
the ('ounty of Bernollio, ou the2oth day of De
cember. A D. 1882.
Km Ice is herebv civen til it on Saturday, the
11th dav of November, A. D. 1882, at 2 o'c ock P.
M. of thai dav. in front of the Court House in
the County of Bernalillo, at Albuquerque, in
the countv aforesaid, I will sell the rich title
and interest of said J G. Galawav and Thomas
B. Brown, herein hi and to said real eslate and
property at pub'ic and ion to the highest bidder
lor cash, to satisfy said execution and costs.
PERFECTO ARMIJO, Sheriff.
B iknes &" Nassau, Pl'ffs. Att'ys
The above sale is adjourned 10 Thursday,
16. 1882, at 2 p. m. PEK-'ECIO AKMUO.
Rarjks & Nassau. Pl'ffs Att'ys.
Dated November 11, 1882.
BERKS & FIUIFISLD'S.COLUMV.
DEEDS DRAWN WITH ACCURACY, also
mortgages, leases, agreements, charters, etc.
Berks & Fairfield.
aRGE CU Y L' iTS. 40x180. watered by acequi
" as. 011 terms to suit buyers. Berks & Fair
field. BCrI NESS LOTS AT FAIR RATES and on ac
commodating erms - See Berkks & F'airfield.
VOTES OF HAND NEGOTIATED, also bonds
111- rtgiiges and comity script. Berks & Fair
field. pENTS COLLECTED ON FIVF PER CENT.
" coi. -.mission ; or will take bnildinjrs ourselves
on lonir leases, pay rents, and thus relieve owu
ers of collecting BerksiS Fairliuld.
VOTARY 1-L'HLk:. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
i TAKEN by John V. Betks.at Berks &F.1ir
pII!E INSURANCE AT FAIR RATES. The
O.d Ae 11. Queen, Niagara etc, are with
Berks tc Fail-lie d.
CTR.VNGEtiS AVILL BE ADVISED mid as -
sisted in their investments by Berks & Fair
ON REAL ESTATE SALES
5 On all Real Estate Transactions.
. hiuldiiiKs of a: i kinds at lair prices
City lots all over town 011 sale.
At reasonable rates, and
POT TERMS TO SUIT BUYERS
C Persons desirous of changing
; V T' their Investments in city lots can
' close out, at our ofllcé, at any
BERKS & FAIRFIELD.
C0JÍHIÍ2I0N. AlbiKiiieruue. Xew Mexico.
Broadway, Highland Addition,
Fashionable Dress and lloak
CCTTIXO AND FITTING A SPECIALTY.
Now at Our Command,
To loan on improved real
estate, citv or eotintv.
Will assist to build stores
Iterks & Fairfield.
Ready to attend to anv business
transaction belonging to this market
from the interior of the country or
from abro:nI. Anv information will
be furnished on application.
Banco M 'tic m 1. Sr. Antonio Asunsalo
Sres. Rembez t Bezaury Sr. Felix Bezaury
S-e. .1. G Mizalez Trevln-i Hnos.
Book and Ms Co.,
Bullock $ Seivell,
South side Railroad avenue,
NEW ALBUQUERQUE - NEW MEXICO
Everything appertaining to the
A full line of Music, Musical Merchandise
Picture. Picture Frames. Albums, em. Also
everythim; 11 the line of blank books.
SOCORRO, N. M.
Is now reach-to do all kinds of work in its
line, such as Surfacinc, Matchine. Sticking.
Job wrk done with dispatch and satisfac
Estimates made and contracts taken on all
kinds of houses. Call or address,
Socorro, N TH
BAKERY AND FANCY GHO EREES,
Front Street between GoM and Silver avenues,
GOODS SOLD AT MOST REASONABLE RATES
Orders by Mail Will Receive Prompt AttentioUo
3fGoods delivered free to any part of the city.
WHITCOMB & MEDLER
General Contractors and Builders
Will contract for buildings of all descriptions.
In anv Part of the Territorv.
THE VEKY BEST
It Has No Eaual
STOVER, GñAHY & GO.
Sole ilgenf s.
Atlantic & Pacific R, R.
LAND FOR SALE.
The land department of tins Atlantic and Pa
oilic railroad company is now organized and it.
office established at New Albuquerque, New
All communications concerninc lands owned
bv the company should be addressed to J A
Williamson, Land Commissioner oí said com
pany The crant of lands was made to the company
on the 27th dav of Jnlv, 1367. and the righl
of the company to the land dates from March
12, 1872, since which time no valid claim to
any of the odd numbered sections, as ono,
three, five, etc., can have accrued to any one
within fifty miles on each side of the line for
for tho road as definitely located.
Applications will now be received for the
purchase of any lands belonging to the com
pany nrd prompt answers returned, lie
memtcr o address all communications to
J. A. WILLIAMSON.
Lane Commissioner A. & P. R. R. Co., New
Albuquerque, Nov? Mexico.
Adobe House Protector.
This composition roofing is by far
the cheapest and most durable, entire
ly fire-proof, less liable to blow off,
coolest in summer and warmest in
winter, easiest to repair, and least lia
ble to get out of repair; requires no
painting or attention, and is especial
ly adapted for adobe roofs, at an ex
pense less than one-half the cost of
tin, iron, or shingles. All work war
ranted for five years.
Office with Emioert & WilMams.Third
street, bet. Railroad St. and Gold Av.
D. R. Miller, Prop'r
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Capital Stock, $50,000
C: First Strssi, fc;'., F.::l:::i asi Soli At::';::
Mariano S. Otero. President,
Nicolas T. Armijo, Vice-President,
Daniel Geary. Cashier.
Felipe Chaves, Mariano S. Otero,
J. H. Armijo, t. C. Guiteres,
Nicolas T. Armijo. Elias S. Stover,
Jose L. Perea. Cristobal Armijo,
Louis filming, Daniel Geary.
General Banking Business Done
Prompt and careful attention given to all
kinds of correspondence, and special attention
Time Tests All Things!
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The Great Family Remedy
Wholesale by G. S. PII.LSBURY & CO.
Albuuueique, N M.
CITY DRUG STORE,
Cor. Railroad Ave. anu Third Street.
G. S. Pillsbury & Co.
(Successors to F. H. Kent & Co.)
EVERYTHING PERTAINING TO A
FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE.
Our Prescription Department is In charge of
E. V. Spencer, a graduate of the Philadelphia
College of Pharmacy, and a practical apothe
cary ef fifteen years experience. No pains will
be spared to make this branch of our business
satisfactory to our customers.
AH Drugs Warranted to be of the Best
Out of Town Orders Solicited and
Prompt Attention ivcn Them.
CHAS. W. ROSS,
LIQUORS & SEGrAIíS,
Restaurant, Day and Week Board
MUTT CITY, N. M.
RETAIL DEALERS IN
Diamonds, Witches and Filigree
Railroad avenue, Opera Ilouse.
Mormon Bros. & Pradt,
Lapiia Valencia Co., K. M.
.United States Oepuiy surveyors.
Will locale timber, coal and .iKricultural lands
and stock ranches. Have had ten years' exper
ience in Western New Mexico, and know tho
whole country thoroughly.
Will make surveys and furnish maps.
There are now splendid opportunities along
the line of the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad to
get timber, mineral or grazing lauds.
Orders leit at the oflice ot W. F. Crane, on
Front street, will be promptly attended to.
"E. B." BRAfi
Made and Preserved by
THE ELGIN BETTER COMPAXV,
Proprietors of tne Famous
Is Preserved and Packed by a Xew Process,
and Ketains the Original Sweetness of
3?r-Nne eenuine except lube; signed by W.
H. HINTZE, Treasurer.
For Sale by all First-Class Dealers
Assay Ole and
Socorro, ZbT. liE-
Mill runs a.id assays made promptly and
work guatanteed correct. Send for terms. Ref
The Longest Liae of Railroad
in the World Tnder One
The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe
an Eminent Example of American
Enterprise, Energy and Perse
verance. In the hands of young men this
great system has been so carefully
managed that it has earned a reputa
tion second to none for conven ience
safely, and the luxuries of travel. It
is fast becoming the popular route for
transcontinental travel, in connection
with the Southern 1'aciQc railroad.
It has opened up an almost unlimited
field for pioneer enterprise in the far
West. No other railroad can carry the
man, who is seeking his fortune, to
golden-opportunities such as are open
along a thousand miles of this great
Special freight rates are given to
miners and immigrants.
For all the information you desire
. AV. F WHITE,
General Passenger Agent,
or W. L. Malcolm, Eastern Agent,
419 Broadway, New York.
AS EXTRAORDINARY OFFER.
There are a number of persons out of em
ployment in every county, yet energetic
men willing to work do not need to be.
Those willing to work can make from $100
to $500 a month clear, working for us in a
pleasant and permanent , business. I he
amount our mrents make varies, some make
as hisrh as S500 a month while others as low
as $100, all depending upon the energy of
the agent. We nave an article ot great mer
it. It should bt "old to every houseowner.
and pays over 100 per cent, profit. Each
sale is from $3.50 to $ 10.00. One agent in
Pennsylvania sold 32 in two days, and clear
ed $64.00. An agent in New York made
$35.00 in one day. Any man with energy
enough to work a full day, and will do this
during the year ran make from $2,000 to
$6,000 a year. We only want one man in
each county, and to him will give the exclu
sive saie as" long us he continues to woik
faithfully for us. There is no competition,
and nothing like our invention made. Par
ties havinz from $200 to $1.000 to invest, can
obtain a general agency for ten counties or a
State. Any one can make an investment of
from 2o to Sl.OOU witnout tne least riaK or
loss, as our ci;fulars will show that those in
vesting $25 c.n after a 30 days trial return
the goods unsold to us and get their money
back, if thev do not clear at least
$.00. Thev show that a general agent who
will take ten counties aiiil invest 5io.ou can
after a trial of 90 days return all goods un
sold to us, and hava money returned to them
if they fail to cl a at ieast $750 in that time.
There lire mruiv persons having money to in
vest, who could not give the business personal
aitentien such can employ sub-agents with
out leaving home minting a large amount
yearly out of a very small investment: we are
not paying salaries, but want men willing to
work and obtain as their pay the profits of
their energy. Men not w iling to work on
our terms will not work on any. Those
meaning business will recei.-e our large de
scriptive ci-eular, and xtrao'dimsry olfer by
enclosing a turee-ccnt stamp, with their ad
dress. The first to comply with our terms
will secure the county or counties they may
wish to work. Address
EeKNEB MAtrCFACTTKINa Co.
118 Smithfleld aU, Pittsburgh, Pa,
T0RRE7, ANDERSON & SLOAN,
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
QUEENSWARE, CLASSWARF, BAR-COODS, CASKET8
AND METALLIC CASES.
UNDERTAKING ORDERS BY TELEGRAPH PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
The Greatest Recommendation
We have to Offer.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
a ra a
Opposite tli Opera Hoiiho,
SCOTT & BORCHEllT,
tt a xi it TTtiiT tiooi-nrrn vr Tfif pvcip ttvp rT?
Of Every Description.
Bureaus, Carpets, Sofas, Mirrors,
Parlor and Bedroom Sets, Etc, Etc.
IFIIItTIrllST 111.1 INTE lOST THECIU CITY
ErerythlDg Kept In a First-clam Furniture Establishment on Hand.
SEW BUILDING OS FRONT STREET, NEW ILBIQI ERQIE, N.
RicClellan & Rausch,
Succcsisors to Ilein-vort Sí línuiacli..
Keeps the Best of all Kinds in the Market.
SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY.
IV XO ALBUQFERQUK
OYSTERS! OYSTERS! OYSTERS!
"VVe respectfully call the attention of the public to the fact that we are now
prepared to furnish to any parties residing in or outs.de of
Albuquerque, any quantity of oysteM.
Orders by Mail or Telegraph Will Receive Prompt Attention.
For Prices, write for our Circulars. Respectfully,
"Proprietors of the Frisco Restaurant.
Wholesale and Keiail Dealers in
FLOUR, HAY, GRAIN, SALT, BUTTER,
EGGS, PRODUCE, ETC.
AH Orders Promptly Filled. .
Warerooms occupying-the whole building corner First street and Gold
avenue, New Albuquerque.
AUBRIGHT & WALTON
Railroad Avenue. NEW ALRUQÜERQUE
The largest stock of Orngm In the City. Proscription, carefully compound!.
T. H. KENNEDY,
The finest rigs and hearse in the city, and charges moderate.
STAPLE, FAF1GY AND FAMILY GROCERIES,
SPRINGER HOUSE. TERMINUS OF STREET TAR LINE, OLD TOWN.
AL. CONNORS, Prop.
FINEST SAMPLE ROOM 1IV THE TERRITORY.
Bar supplied with the best Imported Liquors and Cigars. Club Rooms ateached
XSa.Ilrca.cl .Tren-iie, 2STe-w -f.l"bu.q.uLerq.no
Chas. Zaigrer, Proprietor
Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
C''.er First Street and Railroad Avenue.
Successor to JONKS & KEUY,
Manufacturer of and nraier in
Harness, Saddles, Whips, Brushes
Combs, and a full stock, of everything tn the Un.
Second Jjícreot, Oppohilo TmnltlnV TrnnNlor.
NEW ALBCy LEKyUE, N. M
CITY LIVERY STABLES,
FULLER & RIGHT.
4th Street, Albuquerque, N. !7I.
Wholesale Dealers in Hay and Grain. Horses Bought and Sold
Order, rinoelved by tetapfaoo. "' ' " '-'
Retail Dealer iu
JM JWMEXIC O.
and Forwarding Mer-