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WKDNívSlMY, OCTOUUl 4. lfx'.
4 )IapplMc I IL4 Bar.
Tb water io4oa Grtoi avenue are
ln-injt exit-tided to tha roundhouse.
The M. C church h born engiged
for the pr-n association nm ting this
It U said that there is not hotel ac
commodations at Chihuahua (r the
jrreat rush there.
J. J. Ludi yesterday moved his
butcher ho from 11. C. Umintree'a old
atand ou Mum street to South I antic
The hos-e eoin jniij Ihijs aro recover
ing from the wireins engendered by
the violent exercise at the lire. The
b jjs worked iir l, and it was at an tin
comfortable time of night.
The Cerillos smelter was nanea 11 1
Sunday morning and turned out six
ten bar oí bullion by noon Monday
The prospects are that the works will
run continually hereafter.
John J. Kiefer, formerly of Lebanon
Ohio, died at the hospital yesterday of
consumption, lie was formerly a tele
graph operator. He was decently bii.r
ied by the attendants at the hospital.
The Albuquerque Journnl says that
by the time the Chihuahua excursion
got that far every coach was crowded
sothero was hardly standing room.
Another coach should have been pro
vided. Chas. Ceutle had to como to it ami
purchase a bottle of mother Winslow's
soothing syrup for that young sailor of
his. The old gent felt very badly over
the matter and thought the refractory
youth would quiet down now.
The St. Nicholas hotel is the looser of
several pistols lately, and it is thought
the money thief Harrison, may know
something ot their whereabouts. He
will bo eiveu an opportunity to reveal
his knowledge if he does,
ll is an interesting piece of news to
telegraph to New Mexico this morning
that President Arthur is enjoying him
self catching pickerel on the St. Law
rence. It gives one an idea of what
spoils interest a great man.
The dining room of the European
restaurant is now situated directly back
of Kendrick's fruit store, on the plaza,
where the very bust board is provided
at reasonable prices. It is a nice quiet
place, and convenient to business.
The colored minstrels took the train
yesterday for Albuquerque. They
found it impossible to get a crowd in
15aca hall while it was comidcred un
safe. They say they will give this city
another trial when the new hall is fin
ished. (i. E. McCumber was up from San
Miguel ranch, better known as Bell's
ranch, yesterday. He was laying in a
stock of provisions and goods for his
store and hay ciimps. Me. is a rustler
and will win if hard work counts for
Mr. M.J. Wilson has just opened up
with a handsome stock of clothing,
boots shoes, etc., in the building for
merly occupied by II. Romero & Bros.
Mr. Wilson is now in Kansas City buy
ing a heavy slock of fall and winter
FitzgerriOdVs Guide to New Mexico
for October will be issued to-day. It is
an unusually interesting number, and
just the thing to send cast to your
friends desiring information of New
Mexico. (Jet a number of copies and
Bishop Thomas Bowman, of the
Methodist Episcopal church, and lie v.
J. A. Callen anil wife, of Baton, will be
passengers on to-day's train en route
to the conference at Albuquerque.
They will be accompanied by Rev. D.
M. Brown, from this city.
Col. Webb will be entitled to his
choice of oflices in Santa Fe county.
The delegation from Carbonateyiile to
the county convention is instructed to
work for the nomination of K. W.
Webb for any office he might be put
forward to by the people of the New
Tho west sido hose company is tobo
called Las Vegas Hos Company No. 2.
A meeting is to be held to-night tor
the purpose o! perfecting arrange
ments for erecting a building adjoining
I. Stern's i ew store. This is a good lo
cation, ar one from which all por
tions of the city can be reached easily
J. N. Furlong has a number of neat
frames made especially for the bird's
eye view of Las Vegas. Mr. Fnrlong
frames these s lendid pictures of our
city tit remarkably low rates. It will
pay all those possessing these views to
take them to Mr. Furlong and have
them framed. The frames aro hand
somely finished, and will be an orna
ment in your parlors.
Fret'. I. Hooper came up from the
Red Riynr country yesterday afternoon.
He is. on his way to Kansas City to sell
a number of fat cuttle which are now
on the trail and will be shipped at west
Las Anima. The cattle will make sev
eral car loads and are the very finest in
the market. Mr. Hooper thinks tho
murdeisr of Price will soon be appre
hended, as information of his where
abouts has been obtained.
Yesterday this paper received an or
der for thirty-five papers for regular
subscribers at Lake Valley. This
gives some idea of tho circulation of
the Gazette in the territory where it
is known and looked upon as authority
upon all topics. It is not seut east to
exchanged and dead-head subscribers
for the purpose of keeping up a list.
Its bona fide circulation is sufficiently
largo without being driven to such extremes.
Tin. rem ii a ronrav.
kiiUi. lr !. Wlr r'Hl-
Kingston, togeiber with the eeral
other new camps along the Percha and
tributarles, have heretofore generally
teen associated with or understood to
be a portion of the Luke Valley dis
trict. In part this may be correct, but
in general it is not. The two districts
are really neparate and distinct. The
two principal center, Lake Valley and
Kingston, are about twi uty miles apart
by direct line, or thirty by the wagon
road. The Percha couutrv is iituated
in the Black Uangn aud forms a portion
of that wonderful mineral system.
The wagon road from Lake Valley j
runs past the lake, where the town of
Lake Valley was originally located, and
where George Daly and the other vic
tims of Victoria's murderous raid of a
year ago were burled. The road is
good and lea Is in a northerly direction
until Hillsboro is reached. From there
the road runs almost directly west along
one of the tributaries of the Percha.
The distance to Kingston from Hillsooro
is twelve miles along a very good road,
though inclined to be hilly during the
last prt of it. The town of Kingston is
picturesquely situated among wood
covered hills and lofty mountains. In
many of the canyons in tho neighbor
hood piue timber is of good growth,
though not very plentiful. There is no
more of this timber than is needed for
working tho mines and it should all be
saved for that purpose. A beautiful little
stream of water comes down out of the
mountains and runs through the town
site of Kingston, thus furnishing an
abundance of excellent water. Suffi
cient by proper management to supply
a city of several thousand inhabitants.
Juniper, pine aud pinyon grow in
abundance all about the town, and
afford a refreshing shade to woary trav
olera who now camp beneath their
Business houses arc springing up rap
idly. Lumber, however, is a great
drawback to the town, as it cannot be
supplied fast enough to meet, the de
mands of the people.
Mr. A. Baraby has a largo stock of
genur.il merchandise and provisions
which he is disposing of to the miners
at tho most reasonable rates. He has
an excellent tra de and will necessarily
have to enlarge the store in the near fu
turo in order to accommodate the pub
lic. Tho Kingston postoflice is also
kept in his store.
Wilson Bros., interested parties in
the Solitaire miue, better known as tho
Big Strike, also have a large store
building filled with goods and provis
ions. They are doing a good busi
ness. A number of saloons, eating houses
and restaurants are in course of erec
tion or projected, but owing to the scar
city of lumber, progress in the building
line is necessarily slow
Eli llilty, well known in this city
purchased a lot and is making arrange
ments to go into business.
J. A. Cameron, an old Las Vegan,
will go into the saloon business as soon
as he can get his house up and a stock
ot liquors on hand.
Mr. Maxwell, also a V egas boy, is
talking of engaging in tho lumber busi
Hopper Bros., Lockhart& Co., R. J
Holmes and several other Las Vegas
business men have secured lots and
will soon establish branch houses at that
point. It is a line location both as re
gards business and a residence place
lua mines are numenous in the vicin
ity and are situated at a convenient
distance from tho town. Commencing
with the Gray and Black Eagle and
terminating with the Solitaire, the
mines form a semi-circle about King
ston as a centre. The Gray and Black
Eagle mines are owned by L. R. Routh
aud are situated three and a half miles
in a direct line southwest of the town.
Two thousand dollars worth of devel
opment work has been done on these
mines. The average asay of tho ore
is $,'50 per ton, gold and silver.
The Bullion, owned by T. F. Chap
man, of this city, and others, is cer
tainly one of the best mines in tho dis
trict aud is being worked moro system
atically. The ore lays in a heavy body
and is of. a dark-gray color and of
great richness, running seyeral thou
saiiu dollars per ton. Malleable silver
is quite frequent, especially in tho talc
frequently found along the edges of the
oro yein. The ore is being assorted
and sacked for shipment as fast as it is
taken from the nrnes. It is estimated
that there is now $30,000 worth of ore
in sacks on the dump, and the shaft
from which this ore was taken is only
about sixty feet deep. A road is being
graded to Kingston and as soon as this
is finished the shipment of ore to Den
ver will be commenced, i rom ten to
fifteen meti are being worked in the
mine and on the road. Mr. Charles
Means, formerly of the Hot Springs, is
tho efficient foreman of the mine.
Ihe Superior, owned by Governor
Perkins, of California; J. C. Logan, f
California; Thos. Burns and E. D
Town, adjoins the Bullion and is an ex
cellent miue. Native silver has been
taken from one shaft. Thos. Burns is
tho resident manager. He reports 270
feet of shafting aid open tunnels on the
mine and work is being carried forward
rapidly. Horn silver has been struck
in one shaft and fair assaj'ing ore in
two others. Eighteen men are em
ployed in this mine.
The Iron King, owned Miv General
Schwenk, E. L. Richie, of New York,
and J. E. Boss, of Socorro, lays about
a mile west of the bullion and two
miles from Kingston . It is one of the
oldest mines in the district, haying
been located by II. W. Elliott, in 1880.
The ore body is very extensive. The
ore is known to be 240 feet wide and
extends entirely across the claim. Tho
development work foots up, shafts 277
feet, cuts and tunnels, 561 feet. Wil
liam Welch is the genial foreman, and
eiuplvjci about tweut y-five men stead
The ore U uot ve rf high grade.
running from f ) t fl.rfiO pr tun, but
the great amount of mineral reef mi pen
ses fort hi". The ore alo carries from
40 to 70 er cent, of lead, with trace of
copper and cold. The niher bearing
rock is overlaid with an iron cap, hence
tho nam of Iron King. Work will be
carried right along and a Muelter will
bo put in as soon ai a roa I can be
The Solitaire or the Big Strike, a tew
miles tr the northeast of Kingston, is
one of the wonders of tho aire. Gov
ernor Tabor vd tioo.ooo for thia mine
before any development work Lad bren
dose, in fact, before the lead had been
discovered. This is enough to sav
about this mine, f.s it is useless to ex
patiate upon a mine of such vast mag
The Sin Clair, own.nl by M. II,
Sin Clair, of Lake alley, is show
ing up well.
Tho Clifford, extension of the Soli
taire, owned bv Mike Cosgrove, or tlas
city, Mr. Gregg and C. F. Nettor
Cold, is showing up nicely as
development work goes forward. The
same partis also own the Old Vic and
and Serpent, two excellent mines in the
Tho Kentucky, just above Kingston,
owned by Robert Collum, J. Roberts,
R. Bloodso aud T. Kelly, is showing up
well. The assays run from fifty to GOO
ounces iu silver.
Tho Andy Johnson and Blackeyed
Susan niines, owned by H. W. Elliott
arc of high grade, the latter runuing as
high as 2,000 ouncea per tan. $35,000
has been offered and refused by Mr. El
liott for the Andy Johnson.
The aboye is a very imperfect des
cription of the mines iu tho vicinity of
Kiugston, but it is sullicicnt to give
some idea of the richness of the Lake
Valley country. There are numbers of
other mines in the district which will
likely prove as rich as those mentioned
when more development work has been
done. More and better mines can be
found in no country than are to be
found in tbeLake Valley region.
Arch Cribbs, of gChicago,
is in the
J. W. Bobbins is up from Ssn Mar
E. R. De Valfc came in from Chicago
A. E. Dickerson, Chicago, is a lato
arrival in the city.
L. Y. Howard, of New York, is slop
ping at the Depot hotel.
Doc Russell, of Detroit, Michigan, is
a late arrival in the city.
Fernando Nolan was a passenger
south on yesterday's train.
F. Eidman, of New York City, is reg
istered at the Depot hotel.
Mrs. S. B. Davis, of the Plaza hotel!
returned yesterday from a two 'day's
Tisit in Santa Fe.
Mrs. J. S. Brown well, of Albuquerque
formerly of this city, was a passenger
P. J. Martin, proprietor of Chapman
Hall, returned yesterday from a visit to
Canada. Ho was accompanied by his
brother. A. H. Martin.
Avery Turner, one of the first con
dnctors who brought passenger trains
into Las Vegas, came oyer from La
Junta, Colorado, yesterday.
Judge Prince came up from Santa Fe
yesterday to look after business matters
in this city, as he is the owner of con
siderable valuable property in town
He is looking in the best of health and
D. D. McDougall, recently of Battle
Creek. Michigan, has taken charge of
the mud bath at tho Hot Springs and
puts the patients through in good or
der. Ho has had much experience iu
the sanitarium at Battle Creek
The Prim I on vesitiori.
A telegram was uont to W. F. White
yesterday asking that the editors be
furnished with tho necessary paste
board to attend the press convention
on Friday. It is probable that the
matter will by arranged to-day so that
all the editors may com?, even if their
quarterly passes have not been return
ed to them. The convention will as
semble on Friday eroning at the Pres
byterian church. A hop and banquet
will be given ou Saturday evening, and
all scribes who are ready can go home
on the Sunday train. Wo hope there
will be a large attendance.
Precinct Board of Reiiist rut inn.
Following is the complete and coi'
reeled list of boards of registration of
the several precincts of San Migue
county for the coming election. The
board at its meeting yesterday created
two new products, Nos. CO and 37.
1. J M Leyva, Plncn.1i B ica. r.iilip Guia! a.
ü. ínmemeo c no naca, jipiipuit) Tt.ni)-
rico, A Tiiloya.
3. I'asinnil Baca, Jose Arntfnn, Jose Sun
4. . flMontoyn, C Atensio, C Uutiern-s.
5. Joso H Kquilel, F Kseuiluru, C it l)ledi
ti. Carlos Martini!,, A Altminzar, S Lopez.
7. W Frank, Manuel M'irtiiicz, J M Ualli
8, demento Valencia, I) Vík'iI, Pendo Hi-
9. PnMo Martinez. 8 (jnretn, Tomas Tafoya
10. ti Flores, h V&ldcz, V Lucero.
Jesus Sanchez, d llórela, Auto Montova
ii(faui sena, uuma, n imiueiaui.
Ph Sanchez, A Sanchez, John PaniU-ruis
F Oim.ali's. r Chavez, Pablo Medina.
A Vlffil, J F Jaramlllo, Jose Kamirea.
J Sisnenm, Illas Martinez. J Padilla
Andres Sais, Antonio Lope, P Araron
1 h liulfraao, li unavez, Ijouis Homiiu i
U Homero, O Gallegos, 11 Crispin.
F Crispin, F Egjrcrt, Pedro Mancha.
J Patron, Celso Buco, Juan Lucero.
Cuz Homero, PCoea, M A Padilla.
J i Sena, M Segura, Fran Ortiz.
Tonms C de Buca, M Tapin, J J Herrera
uaiaei sanene z, v líamenos, s val neul
Jobo tiesura, J lulova, u Jnranullo
.Torus Anala, J Silva, Pablo BeuuMen
Patricio Uon.olct, i UouzhIuh, Auto En-
29. Jone D Homero, 11 W Kwtidr, G W Prieh
30. N Martinez, A Vigil, E Gallegos.
31. O Martinez, J D sena it Ortiz, ,
Si. Jose L Kivern, J G Homero, Joaquín
lu uiero. -i 'i
S3. Blas Ortega, Juan Martínez, Manuel
81. A Casados, Anuí es B-nivodus, Ph
3j. Juan Juramillo, Louis Lo Houx, Martin
36. A Sanchez, Leandro SanPhez, Manuel
37. Aniceto Garduuo, E Moutoyu, Fernando
t iiiN4.rMiuii limn
Win. G. Corbin, president of tho
MK-aa Central & Northern railroad.
has been missing since Monday even
ing. No one seems to know whither
1 e has upcd. He was last seen in tbi
thy at 8 o'clock in the evening, just be
fore the emigrant train went north.
He km scon on the omimrant train and
a passenger on the Pacific express yesterday-stated
they Lad soon him at lia
tón yesterday morning. Corbin is a
curiosity as a railroad president. He
is me nrst .specimen oí lue speries
we have ver seen who could not pay
hW board bill. He claims to represent
a railroad company of the above title.
chartered under the laws of Michigan,
with the requisito papers filed in this
territory, tho object of the company
as expressed is to build a railroad south
from Trinidad to Las Vegas, through
the White Oaks and ou to the Gulf. If
the company has put up any money,
Corbin as its president, as yet, has not
handled any cf it. He came here last
spring and established his headquar
ters in this city, opening an oflico on
Douglas street, with, the N. M. C. & N.
railroad company lettered thereon. Ho
shunned newspaper notoriety
and wanted to be let
strictly alone. He made no
display, lived cheap, and appeared
to bo lending strictly to his own busi
ness. He asked no subsidies, nor aid
from any one, but went about quietly
slating that he would give proper in
formation when his scheuo was ripe.
His energies during the summer seems
to have been devoted to getting the
right of way through various grants
and tracts of land. Lately, it appears,
he thought it about timo to begin to
make motions toward building the road.
Ho organized a preliminary surveying
party, hired transportation and an
nounced that on Monday of this week
operations would begin in earnest and
that everything was ready for a forward
movement. The surveyors were to load
up tor the start yesterday afternoon at
1 o clock. The boys stood around
all day, but Corbin failed to
put in an appearance. Ho had got
to the end of his string and thought
about time to vanish. His pre
dices of course uni no one any
special harm, excepting tho loss of a
little Unit, as his object did not appear
to be for tho purpose of working tho
scheme for any money in it, but simply
is a pastime and amusement for him
self. He is an old boy, playing at rail
roading for fun.
Corbin is likely a little off in the up
per story, las mind tilled with vast
schemes and remarkable projects, but
he does not realize that some cash is
necessary to build a few hundred miles
of railroad and properly equip it. But
he woke up to a realization of the situ
ation when he was confronted by a pre
liminary surveying party aud asked to
show up some collateral, by the boys,
as a guarantee of good faith before they
wont out on the line, and naturally
skipped out. His promises of money to
himself, to them and others has not
been forthcoming and his board bills
have not been settled nor his office rent
paid. In order to jump a board bill,
however, it was not necessary to organ
ize so vast a scheme.
C'onucil Pree reding:.
Tho common council meet yesterday
afternoon. The meeting was called to
order by Mayor Romero. But little
business was done with tho exception
of paying a fw bills and ordering:
Bridge Street to be graded, according
to the grade established by City 'Sur
veyor Howell. The grade will extend
from tho acequia near Stern's store to
the railroad. On motion the council
adjourned until Thursday.
The Atlantic and Pacific railroad has
been completed west of Vinita, in the
Indian Territory, to Tulsa, in the Creek
nation, a distance of sixty-four miles.
Tulsa is on the Arkansas river. The
road will be built from there, striking
the Canadian at a point two hundred
miles west, and thence up that stream
to New Mexico. It will strike Las
Vegas as tho first important point in
J. Robertson has opened up on the
plaza, one door we3t of Billy's saloon,
an institution which has been greatly
needed, viz: A short order restaurant
and lunch counter. Ho has a cozy lit
tle place, and will set up a good meal
on short notice. Oysters served in
every style. It will be open day and
night. Mr. Robertson understands' the
business, and although he has only been
open for a day has already had a good
run of business.
The following wcro tho arrivals at tho
Plaza hotel yesterday : M Dent Mnrtfn, E L
Carpenter, Jilo M AVuldron and wife, Pueblo;
Miss McXtimnra, Pueblo; J L Wurd and Cor
dm Hayes, Hot Springs; H H Harris, Santa Fo;
Walter J Dvls, Santa Fe; J C Logan, San Ger
ónimo; Mrs Wm Breeden and children, anta
Fe, J J Rnyder, Pueblo; Avery Turner, La
Junta; Edward Petera, Santa Fe; J L Martu
gon, Denver, Colorado; T J Walton, Mora; L
Bradford Prince, Santa Fe.
ST. NICHOLAS. , ,
Tho foil owing were tho arrivals at the St.
Nicholas hotel yesterday; HNcutadt, Albu
iiucniuo, Henry A Davis and C C Ilrinkncy,
Chicago; C A Waterhouso, Arkansas.
1 ho following wero the arrivals at the Sum
ner house yesterday : Kaf ael Homero. La
Cueva, NM; Frank Crawford, South Pueblo,
Coloi ado; WSKoIsey, Mineral City, N M
To make room for new goods which
will arrivo soon we offer special induce
ment in dry goods, clothing, boots
and shoes, trunks and valises, furnish
ing goods and the best line of notions
to be found in town at ,
N. L. Rosenthal's
50 pieces Tapestrv Brussels,
Big assortment just arrived.
H, ROMERO &BRO.
c :r, BiRownsriiLsrcr
The Pioneer BFlAti ESTATJJ -A-CS-'T of LAS VEGAS
Has for sale more property than all of the other agents combined.
Offers more than 500 VACANT LOTS In the different ADDITIONS,
Upon Terms and at Prices to please the Merchanlc, the Speculator and the Capitalist.
Superior Bargains in Business and Residence Properties in most desirable locations.
Agent for the t.ah VEGAS TOWN COMPANY whoso lots aro the best.
No other agent can sell THIS or the PROPERTY of the ROSENWALD ADDITIONS.
Desirable Properties in all parts of the city. The beautiful Eldorado lots a specialty-
Selling at PRICES according to location at from fifty to four thousand dollars.
Improved PROPERTY ranging in price from $300 to $15,000 each.
No greater PLEASURE is afforded than that of SHOWING these PR0PERTD2S.
I invite the CITIZEN, the STRANGER, tho SPECULATOR and the CAPITALIST
To call at mv OFFICE, examine PROPERTIES and get PRICES.
INSURANCE THAT INSURES
NAME OF COMPANY.
Mutual Life Insurance Co
Travelers Liie &c
Liverpool, London & Globe
Home Fire Insurance Co
London Assurance Corporation. .
X'ncenix insurance jo
Queen Insurance Co
Springfield Fire & Marine
Insurance Co. oí North America. . .
Lion Fire Insurance Co
Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. . .
Fire Insurance Association
North British & Mercantile
Scottish Union & National
INDEMNITY THAT INDEMNIFIES
M national Bank of las Vegas
Authorized Capital $500,000
Paid In Capital 50.000
Snrplas Fnnd 25.000
Does a General Banking Business.
Delivered to all parts of town by S. N.
SOCIABLE PUNCH AT
For a First Class
Shave, hair cut, hot or cold bath, go
to Keidlinger1s barber shop. The best
workmen in the territory are employed
there. . IN
Prodncc and Fcod Rtore.
Graaf & Weil keep the only produce
and feed store on the plaza. A full
stock of grain, hay and flour always on
hand in large lots, uasn paiu un win.
hides and pelts.
EWF.S FOR SALE.
A Splendid "Opportunity
I will havo by the 1st of Scptcn !
tho vicinity of Las Vegas 25" j
New Mexican ewes for sale. 1
niation apply to Don Felicianc c
rea at Pinkerton. J. M, 1 i-i
The name of Jose Santos Esquiyel is
hereby presented as a candidate f
Sheriff before the republican county
onvention, and we are satisfied that he
is eminently qualified to fill tho position.
SOCIABLE Summer Drinks At
L. J. Orcutt & Son have a large drove
of cattle on the way to San Miguel
ranch in this county. S)-2ütf
SOCIABLE WHIST AT
The Plaza hotel will be more popular
then ever this fall and winter as the
steady arrival of guests now indicate.
It is convenient to all parts of town, it
is p. comfortable building in which to
live and the furnishing is elegant and
the table the very best. Tho Plaza is
tho best hotel of New Mexico after all
and the guests universally so pronounce
it. . 0-6-tf
Go to J. W.
Pearce for all kinds of
repair work, Railroad
avenue. No. 333.
POULTRY FOR SALE.
Spring Chickens, 50 cents,
medium fat laying hens, 65 cents,
extra large. 75 cents, will be
iound at Felix Papa's place one
mile south of plaza; Orders will
be promptly filled if left at Leon
To my patrons and the public gener
ally, I have moved my stock of Furni
ture, Quecn3ware, Glassware, etc.. to
my new building east of the bridge,
opposite A. J. Houghton's residence.
Will continue to make undertaking a
specialty, sell goods cheaper than ever,
and act as agent for the jrown bewing
Machine. K. Klattenhoff.
Having sold qur entire interest in the
book and stationary business to L. C.
Elkin, we now. thank the public for tho
patronage .heretofore extended to us,
and hoping a continuance to tho new
firm of L. C. Elkin iu the future, we re
main, Very Respectfully,
Furlong & Ticeh.
John F. Kopp has been appointed
agent for the Gazette at Lake Valley,
lie will deliver the Dapcr to subscribers
and collect money due on subscriptions.
Excursion tickets will be sold on to
morrow until the train starts. The
train will leave at 12:30 o'clock, local
If you want a nice wool or Lair mat
tress, call on Arey.
If you want a nice woven wire or
solid comfort spring, call on Arey.
If you want curtains or curtain poles
or lambrequins, call on Arey. 0-31-7t
Accident Ins. Co.
Liverpool ai-d LonJon-
London and Edinbure
Edinburg and London. . .
BROWNE & MANZANARES
T.AS VKGAS AVI)
PLO W8, AGR1CVL1 URAL IMPLEM ENJS, c.
Specenl attention given to
DUying ami eiuim
vv uui íiiuti
Extended to all to Examine Our
MMENSE FALL STOCK OF DRESS GOODS
New Goods, New Styles, Low Prices
New Goods, New Styles, Low Prices,
New Goods, New Styles, Low Prices,
New Goods, New Styles, Low Prices,
Buying all our goo&t -
than any house in our li;.
STEIN, MANDELL & CO.,
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M,
Carry a full lino of Mining, Carpenter and
Blacksmith Tools. Agents for
DTJrO?iT POWDER OO.f
laLjanotTX-iiSiS powdeit. oo.,
y.. BIlADIyiEY die OO.'S 8TOVE1Ü,
And the Largest and Best Stock in the Terrify.
Notice is given to the mibli that on
the 29th of March, 1882. Frank O. Kilh
berg, by fraud and deception procured
from me a conveyance of the following
An undivided one-half m tho follow
ing described real estate situated about
six miles above tho town of Las Vegas,
commencing at a point where the west
boundry line of the Hot Springs prop
erty crosses the Gallinas river at a stone
cave, thence in a westcrnly direction a
distance in measurement of forty-three
hundred (4,300) feet from said cave up
tho Gadinas river to the mouth of the
Canon de los Negros, embracing all
the land on both sides of said river
and from the center of said river to
the summit of the mountains, pretend
ing to me that said deed only conveyed
the following described land:
A certain tract of land above the Hot
Springs, known as the Kitchen Gar
dens, bounded on the north by the hills,
on the west by the lands of Juan Mar
tins, on the east by the lands of the
Hot Springs, en the souih by foothills.
The said land; is seven hundred and
fifty yards long aud two hundred and
fifty yards wide.
All persons are warned against pur
chasing any of said land, above de
scribed, except said Kitchen Gardens,
from the said Frank Ü. Kihlberg, as
a bill has been filed in the clerk's oflicc
of the First Judicial District, setting in
and for San Miguel County to cancel and
set aside said conveyances to said Kihl
berg. Andkes Hold.
Tobacco, cigarettes and my own
choice brand of tine cigars, found only
at the Havana Cigar Store, liuss Dan
iel, Iilue Front, Grand avenue.
1,331 782 01
both hero anel
N:w Styles, Low Prices,
.' -w Sty lee, Low Prices.
:r cash, and in larger quantities
.wS us to offer many cash bargains
Railroad Ave., East Las Vegas.
ami UK TAIL
A. Danziger keeps the best of
groceries and fancy goods. A
complete assortment of choice
goods, cheap' as anywhere in
the city, at the Little Casino
stand, Ward & Tamme's block.
ll 11. THOltNTON",
V. 11. llltlOIIAM.
THORNTON & BRIGHAM,
Civil' Engineers and Architects,
Ppoclitl Httontlon jflvcn to lnea'itiff ifnuit
claims ami government lands.
i tT" Paper prepared for lloinenteadw
Pri'-rniptiuns, Timber Culture, Final Proofs,
find nil ImsinesH before the Local tuul General
Laml Offices promptly atteiideil to.
PLANS and SPECIFICATIONS
Mmlc for nil classes of lwildmir and Rail
faction irmiranteed. Ofllei! m Kutcnlieclc
block with K. W. tiA KHAKI).
Las Yogas, N. M
CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS,
ILFELD & BACA ADDITION.