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KiNOMOX, Hi:c. 9. 2.
A cíai ball was held litre lt c tc n-
irj;. TI:o nufces of which a far le
yoml our eei. tatin that tiie tou'i
eu1e congratulate tlie insolrcs taut the
ub )ieiU u.lhU lively jounj crunp
expect a brink social na'ii this winter.
'1 ho music was furnished by the King-
slon itiiug band. The music wasx
cellcnt ami dancia was kept up until a
lae hour. AM who attended the enter
tainment were well aUsGad w h the.r
evening' j-leaure. Tht fuIUwinz
naiufl l'it graced ll o ccl1u wuh
?'he Misses Lauglilm, Mioses Kunk'e,
Spcuctr, Mary White , Nett'e White,
Mesdame DeFjiest. Deiiir, Libbia
Kanchor, Sills, KunUe, Lau;ulin, Spn
r lUpk Ui, Uani.ml and others
whose names we 'e not acrtained.
The laUiea were all nicsly aud taste
i'ully dressed and had it not been for
Uia lofty mountains and the booming of
blasts in the mines one miht have fan
cied themselves lit a banquet in neme
eastern city. The success f this ball
will likely lead to the forma. ion f a so
cial c'nb. Something over thirty coup
le were in attendance. Near the c'ose
of the evening a s'iht nil ei cation oc
curred be ween two gentlemen, but it
was amicably settled aud the dance
went on as meiTy as a mnrriago bell.
So much for Kingston's first entertain
ment. (J. A. S.
Peo"'wear Manned Ou.
'iiie fel'ow wl'O.sa feet srael's to
lue crank who always grabs yoj
b" your vaccinate.
The 'e'low who gives you a fine
drunk b" a whiff of h;s breath.
The condi c o: w! o wants a newspa
per man to put up for a two mile lide.
I íe man w o neer cots a ilr-s
work and then proc'aims that t''e
world is a fai'n-e.
The crank lorer.who insists ouiel':ig
you everything about his roulsles wiiii
his da -ling.
'1 "einai who wants thieo dol'ars un
til mi '.raj and then never comes near
you aftei wards.
Ti e i dividual wUo s always saying
"I am ss good as anybody," when he
kaows he is lying.
Tbe man or wo.uan who is a walking
ercyclopedia. and who shoots it at you
on a'l occaiors.
'luí par. y w.io is a'wavs mad at a
mai because ! weais a cicau shirt and
soaie imes tal cs a bath.
Tai V oir who ca"s you across tke
sheet to have seinet! ing with him, and
then says "cs-re on let's shake."
Tne ps. ei who always says he
"don't 1. w no hng," and then asks
you ne. v da", wny you can' t have some
news in the pa.r. .
Tlegalco- who je"s at you throe
Uocks away, when you are in a great
htnry, and t'-en at er you wait for him
'..ica't'i r) says; "Hu'l , where are
The c;ieeky iuJ vidual wbo rings you
up ou t'ie tolepLoiia aud want) you to
"please go down and l ave Smith come
up." i?'Mi lives foi'r blouks away
un has no telephone.
The indivoual w'10 súalks around
wiih a grave yard expression on his
lace, who smells HI. a perambulating
uharmacy, and who is always iiourini;
Into your horrified eav, teirible tals of
Habits or I lie otiliMi.
A correspi indent of the New York
Port says that the codfish frequents
"the table huids of the sea." The cod
fish no doubt does this t secure as
nearly as possible a dry, bracing at
mosphere. This pure air of the sub
marine tabic lands gives t lie codfish
that v,rcath of che ;t and depth of lungs
which we have always noiiced.
The glad, wee smile of the codfish is
largely uttiibuted to the exhilaration of
this oceanic alt it' odleum.
The correspondent further says that
the uodlish subsists largely on the sea
cherry. Those who have not had the
pleasure of seeing the codiish climb the
sea cherry tiee in search of food, or
clubbing the fruit from the heavily
ladeued branches with chunks of coral,
have missed a very line sight.
The r:. (ltish, when at home rambling
through the submarine forests, does
not wear his vest unbuttoned, as he
does loafing around the grocery stores
of the United States. Boomerany.
Coal FleMH eT Mexico
The supreme financial and commer
cial ipiestion with th alert and acive
capilaists of or sisler republic has
been, and is, are there coal beds in this
re u1 lie. íFuo!, as regards wood in
' Mexico, must-, neecisarially ',.9 put
down as a cipher; alt'-ough there are
isolated im'ier regions; which cannot
afford mire .' n tiie mining liniber ab
solutely nccossary to carvy mi mining
operations. We can safely say that the
coal belts i.f this republic are amply
adequate f jr all .leman.is. We will at
present list a few of ths coal measures
of the country in or-ler to disabuse the
prevailing fear of lack - f fuel in this
country for mining, milling, railroad
ing, manufacturing and domestic pur
pose. There is anthracite, lignite an 1 supe
rior conking eos I eighty miles south of
Chihuahua and on the direct line of the
Mexican central railroad. There are
seven distinct coal belts in the statu of
Duran?'. The old bat le ground of
Buena Vista is on a portion of a vast
coal field. The state of Pueblo is four
ssparate anthracite coal regions. Sono
ra has on the Yaqui river a coal field
which is amply sufficient to supply all
possible dvmands for aorthwestern
Mexico for an hundred ysars. Santa
Rosa, Coahuila has an outcropping vain
of coaking coal seven feet in width.
This fuel question for all needed pur
poses ia this republic is forever settled .
Ye have a great abundance and will
have much to spare tho United States
or any othsr cemilry when their coal
fields shall hare beoomo exhausted.
' tuning- Stocks.
fS.OOO Manzanares Mining Co.'s
stock for sale at three cents on the dol
lar. $25,000 wortn of Socorro Tunael
stock at two and one-half cents on the
12-10-tf GAKRARD & CCNINGHAM.
SOCIABLE Seasonable Drinks' J
Tle Herman of th's titj wi'l tWe
g i ami najuerat!i ball tb Iwentr-
Ihiiil I tin HiMth t iiioeut li
in the fourth ward. A freue ral initia
tion U iu utlet U all !) enjoy n-cb
It-tmlir. U 4t
SOCIABLE MILK PUNCH At
The I'lazs hotel will be more popular
than ever lu' fall and winter as the
su-aüy niiiv' o' guests bow indicate.
It is couvenicnt .0 ell parts of town, it
i n comfortable building in which to
live and the lurnishinir is elegant and
tlm table the very best. The l'laza is
tho best hotel of New Mexico after all
and the guests unicisally so pronounce
Fine brier (sweet French) pipes at tho
Havana Cigar btore.
l-adli-a and Urmlrroen,
Your attention for a few moments only
it will be to your best interest. On
Januarv 1st I will have tho pleasure ot
moving into my new store, and until
then, 1 will Her my stock at reduced
nrices. and all I ask is an examination.
I have evervthinz that any one of you
eould want or want to give away for
Christmas or .New lear s.
12-3-Ut Chas. Ilkeld.
Hest hne cut chewing tobacco at the
Havana Cigar store.
At Wvman'H hall, Monday and Fri
day evenings for adults. Thursday and
Saturday afternoons at 2 o'clock for
children. I will give private lessons
every other night ia the week excepting
Monday and i rnlay. rnvato issona
for ladies every afternoon with the ex
ception of Thursday and Saturday af
ternoons, iickets can do secure ai
lline & Sheafer's drug store and must
be presented at the door.
13 7 lm Will C. Cornell.
Asortel caadles at the Park.
Just received, at the Park Grocery, a
largo invoice of fine candies for the
Christmas holidays. Come and sec us
before purchasing elsewhere. Also a
large lot of choice apples.
We still sell:
8 lbs. brown sugar for one dollar.
7 llis. granulated uar for one dollar.
0 lbs. lump sugar for one dollar.
5 cans peas lor ne dollar 20c. each.
5 cans tomatoes for one dollar 20c each
3 cans California fruits for 1 35c each
5 lbs. Faglc mick for one dollar.
We will try and please overy one and
more especially the children, llumem
bcr the place, in the Dold block, west
side pi tlio plaza, h. Harris ana it. u
McDonald will be pleased to see you
EWES Foil SALE.
A Knlcndid Opporlnalll' to Hay
I wil1 have ')' the 1st of September in
tho vicinity ot Las Vegas 25,000 .young
Aew Mexican ewes for sale, ior íuior
matron apply to Doa Feliciano Gutier
rex it Pinkeilon. J. M, Tekea.
RED HOT Irish whisky at Billy's.
Three first-class dress makers wan
ted at once. The highest waes aud
steady employment will be given.
RED HOT Tom and Jerry at Billy's.
Vegetable ai Hendricks.
llailey J. Kendrick has added a nice
IÍ50 of vegetables o his meat maiket
on the south side of the plaza. Celery,
parsnips, carrots, lurnips and apples.
l'hey are all nice and fresh. Go the.o
when you waat someihio; good to
RED HOT hot Scotch at Billy's.
1 lively Flowers.
Ecautuul yourg plants, coveied with
bloom and buds, at fifty cents each.
Bouque:s crosses and wreaths supplied
on short notice. C. E. Wf.sciie,
Now is the time to buy what you
need in fancy goods at L C. Elkin's,
postollice store, as he is closing out the
present stock at a very low figure 'to
make room for holiday stock. 10-25tf
SOCIABLE WHIST AT
For good dry stovo wood go to Thos.
J. Gates' wood yard. 0-2Gtf
John F. Kopp has been appointed
agent for the Gazette at Lake Valley
lie w"l deliver the paper to subscribers
and collect money due on subscriptions.
SOCIABLE PUNCH AT
Owing to the obliquity of the eclip
tics, a couple of rooms and board can
be had at the Wooster house at reason
able rates. 12-3-1 w
RED HOT port wine negus atBilly's.
The summer is over, and instead ot
cool and shady little parks, we now
hayo warm, sunny and pleasant liUle
parks surrounded by wings of our Ex
10-.Vlf. A. Paul Ckawfohd.
To Wbem It Nay Concern.
As a change in the partnership of
Marwet'e, Brumley & Co., will take
place on the lirst of December, all ac
counts in Kivor of said firm must be col
lected, ami all accounts against the
same should be presented by that date.
Makwepe, Brumley & Co.
Nov. U. 1882. 11-U-tf.
TO MY CUSTOMERS AND TIIE PUB
LIC. I have just returned from the
eastern markets, and my stock is
as complete as any in the city.
I intend to remain in this city,
and do not intend TO SELL AT
COST, but will give my custom
ers and the public in general as
good a bargain as offered any
where, as I will not be undersold.
Remember the Old Reliable Mer
chant, N L. ROSENTHAL,
10-24-tf Railroad Avenue.
Notico of IMtnoimion.
Notirsls hereby p'iven thnt the partnership
herolofore existing brtwi-en W. E. Marwede,
J. Gruner and C. D. Brumley, under tho Arm
name of Murwede, liiuniley A Co., has this
day been dissolved by mutual consent. C Ü.
Hmrnloy retiring. Tho business will be con
tlimi'd at the old etand by W. U. Marwede and
J. Gnincr, under theP'in name aud style of
niwedu & Uruner. Tho n iwflini wi'l collect
all debts and assume the payment of ail fio
V. E. Marwedf,
C. D. BfiCMUtT.
Las Vegas, Dec. 1, lSbJ.l? -tf.
To my frienda. I have
tailoring business with
gone into the
J. B. Allen.
east side of plaza and I will be glad to
sec ail my old customers and friends.
We are prepared to do all kinds of
work in our hne,
Ai. a. i.ochha.ht. p-o dant.
BTCHABD DUN S. Tleo PresldenU
CAPITAL STOCK, S250.000.
RUPE & BULLARD,
MANUFACTIT CKS Of
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS AND MOULDINGS.
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
ing, Oils, Glass, Paints, Plaster Paris,
Cement, Plasterer's Hair and
Frrab Milk. I
Delivered to all parts of town by S. N.
Ten thousand dolíais to lepd o 1 teal
estate. Apply to 11. It. 'J jorn m &
Co., Bridge street. 11-3'f
SOCIABLE DRINKS AT
Prodnce and Feed Mare.
Graaf&Weil keep the only prod uce
and feed storo on the plaza. A full
stock of grain, hay and flour always oí
hand in large lots. Cash paid for woo1
hides and pelts. 4-2-iJ
New line of nobby hats and the best
overshoes in the market at the Golden
Rulo clothing store. Remember it is
cheaper to got comfortablo clothes
than to pay doctor bills. ll-17-6t
(Jo to J. V. Pearce for all kinds of
carpenter and repair work, Railroad
avenue. No. 333. 7-9-tf.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Be it known that the oilsinal
Little Casino Grocery Store, A.
Danziger, Proprietor, is located
in Ward & Tamme's block, 17
Center street 12-6-im
GLOVES! GLOVES! GLOVES!
200 dozen at eastern cost at
the City Shoe Store. Opera build
ing, Railroad avenue. 12-10 3t
Jnst Received at CHAS. ILFELD'S
A full line of
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS'
Also a beautiful lot of Ladles' Novelties, suita
ble for Christmas preaontj. ?'M(Mf
A bonanza fora party withsmall capi
tal. For particulars call on R. R.
That M. D. Marcus is now ready
to give you all goods at less than
your own figures. The clearance
sale will commence Tuesday
morning at 10 o'clock, Wyman
RED HOT NOVELTIES IN
Bridge Street, W. Las Vegas.
Run In conuection with
Best place in the City
To get an excellent meal
At all Hours of the Day,
Reasonable Rates !
YSTE 35. S
SERVED TO ORDER.
Everybody Call and Try Us !
BOARD PER WEEK, $5.50.
SOUTH SIDE OF THE PLAZA.
EUoriSIO BOHCBO Treasarf :
Siding, Ceiling, Floor
I have fr pie oís stick ram h CX rc va.
One stc Kt mb 1(KM) acre1:.
One s tj t ir lcb. 10,GU acres.
Houses and lots In this city.
Wa err n.y deeds iuai-anteed .
It. K. THORNTON,
Kenl Estato Agent.
E.idge ct, Las Vcj. ; N. M.
FOIt SALE A good pay in J business In tho
center of the citr. Business nam net nor
c'-y ;n dollars. This Is a raro chance for a
r .y wiih imail capital. Or will trade for
ren es.nte. Cll and see for yourself. R. H.
THO -IN TON, Bridgo street. 11-lB-tf
FOR 8 ILE A1C horc- nower steam boiler
cbepo forcush, or wi.l -adefor real es
tate. Call on It. K. THOf N'TON.
T. B. MILLS,
rub' sbfr of Mining World.
Real Estate, Minjng & Insurance
LAND SCRIP, Viz:
Improved Soldiers' Additional Honeste
Will buy and sell lands on his own account
and on commission, and transact a general
real estate business In all Its branches.
Have a large list of desirable )oM for ea'e at
the Hot Springs, that will bring double tho
present price eslti within one year. Now
Mexico Is destined to becomo
The Great Stock, Sheep, Fruit
and Mining Country
of AmcrkJ, B id the Hot Springs will be tho
invalid mid tourist resort of the world. .
Write insur.li co poll' i03 on desirable risks
throughout the territory.
Parties desiring information about New
T. B. MILLS,
Las Vegas, N. M.
OlDce on Bridge st'eet. New Towu'. ncir P O
PT 4N1NO MIIX,
1 AS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO.
All kinds of dressing, matching and turning
done on short notice. Clear native lumber
kept o l hand for sale. North of tha gas works.
Frank Oodkn, Proprietor.
F. MEREDITH JONES,
U. S. M. Deputy Surveyor.
Surveying Homesteads and Gránts solicited.
Office lnSl.i r de building, near Post Office,
EAST LAS VEGA8, NEW MEXICO.
R LA MX) SMITH.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All kinds of machine work done to order
Shap on Moreno street, west of South First
E. A. FISKK. tL L. WARREN.
FISKE & WARREN.
Attorneys and Counselors at Law, Santa Fe.
N. M., will practice tn the supreme and alfi
district courts in the Territory. Speolal atten
tion given to corporation cases ; also to Spacr
lsh aad Mezlcaa grants and United States min
ia and other land litlgatioa before the oourt
and United States executive officers.
ATTORHEY AUD COUKIELOR
TiAH VEOAS, 2T. 2VX.
frSoo at Bart't Eulkllnf.
(XTOK T. A. McKIXXEV,
ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND
Onto an rrttdenee on IniirlM Avtnue. be-
Iwrf n ihesumnc-and 81. Mleholai botU.
(Ww hoonif'om u 13 a. m. I lo I p. tn.
ami mm 7 toV at Bight.
JOSrwiCK A WIIITKLAW.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OSca la rint Kat'l Bank Bulldlnf ,
LAS TIQA9. - KEW MEXICO.
JEE k FORT,
AITORNEYS AT LAW
(Ofloa at Ruldaaee)
EAST LAS VEGAS . . . . K. M
EO. T. BBALL.
ATTORNEY. AND .COUNSELLOR
JARCLS D. ALLEN, M. D.,
Las Vras, N. M.
DISEASES OF WOMEN AND
CHILD RL. X A SPECIALTY.
Offilce with J. J. Fitzgerrell, the Uve rest es
At nlifht call at Fitzgc 'i'l's residence, no
N OTAR Y PUBLIC AND REAL
Sixth Street .... Las Veg-as,
J A. BALL.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
HV-Wajr Hill. Telephone con-
PC 3. 0 .1.
JJI T.STANSIFEBt MATTHEWS,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
AMk'odiOi contracting done. Thcbrstof
tccur. is given.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
LAS EGAS, NEW MEXICO.
QET SHAVED AT THE
PARLOR BARBER SHOP.
CENTER STREET, - EAST LAS VEGAS
RINCON, - NEW MEXICO.
EST & TREVEKTON,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
Keen constantly on hand the host of lumher.
dressed and in tho rough. Contracts will be
taken In aud out of town. Shop in East Las
WAGONS & CARRIAGES,
Qeneralblacksmlthingand repairing, Grand
Avenue, opposite Liocitnart a uo.
EST LAS VEGAS
In Wesche'i building.
AND COUNSELOR AT LAV
And District Attorney for the Tweu. ii J
dicial District oí Texas. All kinds of buiuut
attended to promptly.
OUice: EL PASO. TEXAS.
LAW AND COLLECTION AGENCY,
P. O. Box !". Lake Valley, N. M .
Blacksmith and Wagon shop in connection.
HAY AND GRAIN A SPECIALTY.
GLORIETA, - - NEW MEXICO.
AND SIIEET-IRO WARES
and dealer in all k fids of
COOKING ANG PARLOR STOVES
BRIDGE STREET, - - - LAS VEGAS
J N. FURLONG,
FOSTOFFICE. Bridge Street. LAS VEGAS.
WEST SIDE SIXTH STREET.
East Las fegas.
Freeh Beer always oa Draught. Also Fui
Clgara and W hlskey. Lnach Connter in con
nection. FOR FAMILY USE.
Domestic and Imported Win.es
do:mestic and imported
Dr. Richardson's life Preserver
M. D. MARCUS'.
LAS VEGAS IRON WORKS.
J". C. ADLiOlNT db SOIN"'
Foundry and Machino Shop
It now In running order, ind hiring flmt--lM
neainr ni atvpau-n. i nnr
Mill ND Milling"
A If.c 1it and will build and rrj ir.lm rnrinr. pumpo, puiicy. ninT , hnini;, fa-
l"f munr', Doxea, etc., eux All tino
FOTJ3srx)i"H- will 3a.k:e
Iron Columna, Pence,
Linirls Bb WelphU, bt . Lid. lg.
Window SHI and Capa, Moller Fn.nU, Whrfln. I'lnum.
btdlrtaod Oalualcrt, Grata Bar Mwer runt
Cresting. Store Ilowls, Etc., Etc, Kie.
In fact male arythlng of cut Iron. Ulve them t call and tare money and dviay,
Cash Paid For
FAST LAS VEGAS. N. M. LÍZZJ
MRS. M. A. MAXWELL, Proprietress.
This house Is brand new and has been elegantly furnished throughout. Tho fiimnor Is a
flrtla8 house in evvry respect, and guest will bo cntortaiui-d in tho btst poMlblu manner
and at reasonable rates.
F. L. niTÍE, O. O. RHAF.FF.K
HEVE cfi5 SOHAEPE3R
Díugs, Medicines, Toilet Mieles and Perfumery.
Pretcriptioni Carefully Compounded at All Hours, Day and Xight.
SAMUEL B. WATROUS
Gen'l IVflloirolxcLri. cliso
Cattle, Hay, Grain, Flour and Town Lots,
WATROUS, - - NEW MEXICO
Conslenments of Freight and Cattle from, an lor tha Red River Country, rncnlvcd at Watroiia
Rail Road Depot. Good Roadt from Red River via Olguln H1U. Diutaanca from Fort l!ftoxiu
to Watroua, Ulghty-nln milea.
VALLEY DINING HALL.
Best table In Las Vegao for tho money. Gooa bar In connection.
A FIRST CLASS LAUNDRY,
Where washing will be done promptly for a most moderate price.
Chas. EVIelendv, Proprietor.
OLD KENTUCKY WHISKY.
FKESII LAGEK AT 5 CEXTS Villi GLASS,
Choice Brands of Wines and Cigars at
P. J. MARTIN, Prop.
IMMENSE ! IMMENSE ! ! IMMENSE ! ! !
WHAT? The Qualify and Qcntity of
2READ, BUNS, LLIS, CAKLo and Etc.
Daily Iannfactured at the
Yes, they all hnov. . i, they all know it.
Notice is hereby given that I, tho under
signed. Ilonrv KobiHon. a special muster in
chunccry , of tho diBtrlut court of the First ju
dicial litstrict lor the county or mora, Hp
vointed by said court, und the judtfe thereof,
in a decree rendered in a suit in equity, pend
ing before said court, in which Louis Sulz
bacher was complainant, and Miteriu Gretrg
and Geo. W . Gregg were defendants, for the
purpose of foreclosing ana set ling tnc mort
gaged premises hereinafter mentioned, and
for all purposes therewith connected as more
fully appears in the decree rendered in said
cause. I will, by virtue of said decree, on the
23d DAY OF DECEMBER, 1882.
at tho depot at Watrous, county of Mora, and
territory of New Mexico, between the hours of
11 o clock a. m. ana .1 o ciock p. in., or sum
day, sell at public auction, the following de
scribed real estate, lying and being situated in
the county of Mora, and territory of ew Mex
ico, and described as follows : All and singu
lar, tho lands known as the "Gregg's tavern,"
and being the premises now (at the date of
said mortgage) occuplod by said parties of the
first part (the defendants) and described as fol
lows: Commencing at a point at tho north
east comer of the corral, and running south to
a stone; from thence to the Sapelio river; from
thence north along snld river to a point three
hunored yards from the south line of tho lot;
from thence west to a stone; from thence
south to a stone.
This description Intending to carry as afore
said all of said Gregg homestead garden, and
Including all houses, out-houses and other im
provements thereon. And out of the proc cds
of said sale to pay tho said complainant, Louis
Sulzbacher, his costs In this suit and also the
amount of one thousand live hundred and
seventy-one dollars and Ul'ty-six cents, found
to be due by said decree, from said defend
ants to said complainant; with interest at the
rate of twelve per cent per annum from the
eighth day of March, eighteen hundred and
eighty-two, and tho surplus arising from said
salo, if any there be, to pay into court.
And if the moneys arising from such sale
are insuliicicnt to pay the amount so reported
due to tho complainant, with interests and
costs aforesaid, that the said rpecial master
specify the amount of said deilcieney In his
report of suid sale, and that on tho coming in
and confirmation o said report, the defend
ants, Mitoria Gregg and George W. Gregg,
pay to the complainant the amount of such
deficiency with interest thereon, and thut tho
Bald complainant have execution therefor, as
In said decree more particularly set out.
Special Master in Chancery.
Mora, N. M., November 4, 18S2.
FRED. G. HENESEY,
Accountant & Expert
Insurance Broker and Collector.
Books posted and balanced as per agreement.
Inventories ot stock taken. Partnership and
complicated accounts settled. Insurance
placed in reliablo companies. City collections
made. Room No. 1, union Block.
Wilson & Martin, Clark A Tweed, George
W. Huston, Geo. R Delprat, of Leadvillc;
Samuel C Davis A Co., 8U Louis, Mo. ; Henry
Matter & Co., New York; A. O. Robbins, A.
H. Whltmore, L. II, Maxwell, Las Vegas.
Investigator of titles to real essates. Ab
stracts furnished and guaranteed. County
Clerk's office, county of San Miguel.
This Is to give notice that I have withdrawn
from the co-partnership heretofore exlstirg
between W- H. Keller and Eugene Clemm hs
managers of he St. Nicholss hotel. W. H.
Keller will continue said butlness on bis own
account and in his own name.
13-6--2t Etoene Clemm.
machinery, will alo all work In their lire, Ik
qui .-o"p wiu ni
or inn turning, tnnf, planing ana
Mnn Ornt-n, Hark,
Old Cast Iron.
BAST lab vegah
JOSEPH B. WATROUS
Q. ST. DENIS,
ARE ritKPAKED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR
Soda, Sarsaparilla, Ginger, Rasp
berry, and Seltzer
ON SHORT NOTICE.
Main Street. Zion Hill.
ft Pta HÉ
Open to k Public
Day Boarders, t7.)0 per week. Transients
from $2.50 to $4.00 per duy.
Suits of rooms, parlors with tied rooms at
tached, can bo obtained at $4.00 per day. Front
room at $3.00 per day.
Firstclassinall its ApDointments
MRS. S. B. DAVIS, Proprietress,
LasVeeas - - New Mexico.
South side of Plaza.
BEST OF FRESH
Ml PORK i (ID IITOH
always on hand.
HARLEY J. KENDRICK,
Old Reliable Shoe Shop.
J. W. HANSON, Proprietor.
Fine work a specialty and repairing done In
naatesi and quickest st;le. All my old
cuMomeis are requested to give
Shop opposite Blake's hnrncss chop, Bridge