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TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, ISSl, Tlie Pacific express came in on time yesterday and doubled back from this point. A number of arrivals at the Hot Springs yesterday. The hotels arc pretty full. The Santa Fe Presbytery is to meet in Las Vegas on September 15th. It is hoped the new church will be com pleted by that time. Mondenhall, Hunter & Co's. teams are kept busy carrying passengers to the Hot Springs. The washouts make lively times for the livery men. The lath for the new Plaza Hotel is be ing placed upon the ground. The con tract for plastering the hotel has been let and the work will be commenced in a few days. We call attention to the reorganized advertisement of C. It. Browning, the real estate and insurance agent. He represents the oldest, the largest and the best insurance companies íd the world. Mr. Le Due, one of our most popular merchant tailors, has more work than he can do. He advertises in another column for a good coat maker. This is a good situation for a man that wants to succeed. The ladies of the Presbyterian church have taken it upon themselves to fur nish the seats for their new edifice. At a meeting of the society yesterday morning it was determined to seat the new building with black walnut pews. Another comet is visible to the naked eye in the northwestern heavens. In the elder times war, bloodshed, and as sassination and destruction by flood and tire were portended by these celes tial visitors. Now they are regarded as harmless. C. R. Browning while convalescing, last week, sold property to T. T. Wood ruff, of Trinidad, Thos. Carson, Mr. .Johnson and several other gentlemen to the amount of $8,000. This is a good enough showing for a well man to make. The ladies of the Presbyterian church will give a social for the enjoyment of the public on Wednesday evening at the church on the west side. All citi zens and visitors in the city are cordi ally invited to come and spend a pleas ant evening. Messrs. Marwede, Brumley & Co., dealers in hardware, are now snugly established in their new building. They now have room to display their stock of goods, which is not surpassed for com pleteness in the West. They are work ing up a line trade in the hardware line. The contract for the construction of I. Stern's new house was let yesterday, Mr. Prichard has the contract for the brick work, J. B. Baker, for the wood work, and J. B. Woolen the mouldings. The house is estimated to cost four thousand dollars and everything will he first class. The corners will be made of dressed while sandstone. Five days mail for the south was taken to the depot to be taken south on this morning's 8;0 south bound train. Transfers will be made both ways to day and we are in hopes the mails from the south will make their appear ance. The mails here destined for the southern country were all Las Vegas mails and made a regular wagon load. Dr. Henriques' horse ran away yes terday afternoon and smashed the buggy to some extent, lie was just getting into the buggy as it was brought out of the corral, when the horse shied, jumped and got away, throwing the Doctor against the wall but doing no further damage. The horse ran up over the hill upsetting the buggy and dragging it for some distance. Miss Agnes Wilson, sister-in-law of Mr. J. Ost, of the railroad material store, died at the residence of Mr. Ost, Sunday. She had been an invalid for some months. A few days since the disease assumed a more serious charac ter and Sunday she quietly passed away. She was hurried yesterday af ternoon in the Odd Fellow's cemetery. Kev. J. C. Eastman of the Presbyterian church, performed the ceremonies. 'iiNtlilnl('l I'lOkiicrtluy Cumiinny. The Consolidated Prospecting Com pany have filed their articles of incor poration with the Secretary of the Ter ritory ami have their constitution and by-laws, rules and regulations printed and are now ready for business. The officers of this company are, E. N. Acley President; Jay Byrne, Vice-President; A. V. Griggs, Secretary and N. G. Brownej Superintendent. The object of the company is to facilitate intelli gent prospecting and thcdevelopement of mining properties in this arid ad joining territories. The plan upon which the company will operate is a perfectly feasible one and we doubt not but that it will prove an important means in furthering the developement of our mineral resources. It has in it the germ of a large und powerful or ganization should success crown the in itiatory enterprises. The principal offi ces are fixed by the charter at Las Vegas. Tbe Little Mack. Mr. P. C Lyman, father of the White Oaks assayer, came up from White Oaks yesterday. He has been at that camp several months and is now on his way East. He brought up some very fine specimens of free gold taken from the Little Mack mine at a depth of twenty feet. The ore shown was very line and the gold carried appeared to bo of the finest quality. One nugget worth f 19 has been taken out. This mine hitherto has not been developed to any great extent, and but little was known of its vast richness until lately. 1 lie rich development or this mine is only another proof of the vast wealth of the White Oaks region. But little real work lias ever been done in that district up to the present time. True, there has been a great many prospectors in that country, and most all of them have taken claims and done their assessment work, but that is not all that is needed. It takes something more than assess ment work to show up a mine properly as has been demonstrated in the case of the Little Mack and a number of other mines in that district. Because the gold does not crop out on top of the ground is no proof that none exists un derneath. It may be only a few feet or it may be a hundred feet or more. The convulsions that threw up those vast deposits, threw the gold-bearing rock to the surface at some places, but most ly it was covered up by the coarser rocks that lay on top in their natural position. The Wrhite Oaks and Jicar rillas are among the richest gold bearing mountains in the Wrest. It will take the expenditure of considera ble work and money to bring these mines properly before the public. This, however, will come in time. The town of White Oaks is still continuing to im prove, thus showing that capital is steadily going in that direction. The Nogal district is also showing up well, and as one camp increases in popula tion and wealth the other one will grow apace. Financial Kejiurl. Nosotros, la comisión nombrado por el Gran Jurado en sutermino de Agosto del ano de 1881 con el objecto de reco nocer y examinar las cuentas publicas del condado de San Miguel en la oficina del Escribano de dicho condado muy respetuosamente tenemos el honor de sometir ante este honorable cuerpo el siguiente informe; Suma do bonos del condado en circula ción según muniliesto por los cx-co- iniHinnwlns de condado . . ?2I,fÜ3.4fl Smnii de bonos lirados desde el 17' do Diciembre, 1KWJ, hasta Agosto W, 'SI 10,415 ."i Hacen. . . :i2,239.01 Suma do bonos redimidos y quemado por la comicion actual $ 2,252.54 Balance de bonos en circulación. . . . 20,98f.47 Fondos del Cnndadnen manos del Teso rero 2,!K)r.58 Fondos pertenecientes al condado en manos do Hilario Homero, Alguacil Mavnr nava ser colectados do ilunilf- no Jaramlllo. ex-aluruaeil mayor 4,:ill.S2 Do Lorenzo Labadie ex-alguaeil mayor 1,475.32 De Hilario Homero, Alguacil Mayor.. Para ser colectado IH,480.51 Total 27,17!).2:i Quedando un balance debido por el Condado $ 2S07.24 Fondos de Escuelas publicas: Suma en manos del Tesorero $1,707.30 Suma debido por Benigno Jaratadlo. .. 2,4:!.N7 Sumasen manos del colector actual para ser colectados 8,7!4,33 Total. .$i:i,0!!1.5fl Kolmlado de bonos de escindas publi cas en circulación $ 15.131 Balance de foudosde escuelas publcas$12,0W).25 Fondos pertenecientes al Territorio: Suma debido porL. Labadie ÍG,633.03'4 Suma debido por II. Jaramillo... .. . !),02().:t Suma en manos de ti. Homero, Al guacil Mayor para ser colectado. . . 25,45fl.;V: Suma total debido al Territorio. . . 41,103.95!í Ademas informamos a este Honora ble cuerpo que hemos hallado los libros y cuentas publicas en buen orden y con dición y que los mismos son llevados en buen estilo y correctos; escepto que hemos encontrado que aplicaciones por licencias han sido hechas por vendedo res de mercaderías meses después de haber estado vendiendo sus efectos. Muy respectuosamente somitido, Richard Dunn, Lorenzo Labadie, Ma kg arito Homero. Adicionalmente, la comicion tiene el honor de informar a este honorable cuerpo que hemos examinado cuidados amente los registros públicos del con dado y hallamos que los mismos están en buena condición. Solamente que el Índice de dichos libros durante los últi mos seis meses pasados no ha sido con cluido para falta de tiempo. En referencia a escuelas publicas sen timos decir que ninguna (escuelas) ha sido establecido durante los ocho meses pasados y la recomendación de esta comicion es que las escuelas publicas sean abiertos por lo menos el día 1 0 do Octubre del presente ano y si es posi ble continúen abiertos por el ano en tero. Charles Ilkeld, LonF.xzo Labadie, Maroarito Komf.ro. The Hot pr In km IMxtrict. Las Vegas, Aug. 21st, 1881. Whilst on a visit to the Hot Springs yesterday I made a hasty examination of the surrounding country. I must say I think the mineral indications are more than hopeful of ultimate success when properly developed. And for so doing the facilities are greater than to be met with in any mining district that I have yet visited since my arrival in this country. In my examination of the metaliferous stratifications I find the leads to contain traces of both gold and silver sufficient to warrant a speedy de velopment of the various lodes or claims situated in the vicinity. I trust short to make a more elaborate examination of the locality. J. M. Penrose. M. K. PERSONAL. J. H. Wise is up from White Oaks. W. H. Anderson is over from Wat rous. P. Walsh of Topeka is stopping in town. K. Wolfsou of Chicago is doing Las Vegas. Frank Sperling, of Tascoso, Texas, is in town. George' Randall is down from the Hot Springs. W. M. Protznian, of Oshurn, Ohio, is a late arrival in town. J. E. Walker of Iowa is registered at the St. Nicholas Hotel. C. W. Word, of Kansas City, is regis tered at the Sumner House. A. C. Vanderburgh and E. Holt of Chicago are registered at the Depot Hotel. J. P.. Collier left for the White Oaks yesterday. He has been in this city for several weeks in attendance on court. Miss May and Maggie Hastings, young ladies who haye many friends in this city arrived yesterday and went out to the Springjto spend a week. ivMrs. A. (). Robbing and children went east yesterday. She will place her two oldest daughters at school and will remain some weeks herself and visit with friends. John Slosson is up from the Santa Rita copper mines. These mines have lately changed hands and a thorough going policy has been adopted. Work will be pushed forward without regard to cost. Mr. T. M. Rogers, editor of the Quincy Daily News, of Quincy, Illinois, called at the Gazette office yesterday. Mr. Rogers has been visiting in Colora do but thinks New Mexico is a much better country than our sister State. M. Brunswick, in company with Gov. Jacob and party started forWhitc-Oaks. They secured T. Romero's four mule ambulance and started over-land. The party was well prepared for the journey and all hands were armed to the teeth with six-shooters and Winchester ri ñes. II. W. Clifford returned from The mines in Gallinas canyon yesterday. He had a hard day among the hills and looked considerably fatigued on his re turn. He is visiting this country in the interest of the New York mining board and is therefore thoroughly examining the mines of this Territory. C. P. Treat of Trinidad came hi Sun day and went out to the Hot Springs. He talks of inA-esting in Las Vegas real estate. This fact is significant and rather points to the building of one or the other of the two projected roads from the north. Mr. Treat is well versed in railroad affairs and is likely to know where he is investing his money. We were favored yesterday with a visit from Mr. A. P. Hoggins, the artist agent and Judge Charles Wr. Clarke, of Greenville, Tennessee. Judge Clarke is one of the leading Republican poli ticians of his State and invariably car ries his district for the Republicans in spite of tissue ballots and shot guns. He is a gentleman of very pleasing ad dress and intelligent conversation. He expresses surprise at the natural re sources of New Mexico and supposed until his arrival here that .it was a bar ren and worthless desert, ' El IH9U. The Mexican Government has made El Paso del Norte a post for il.OOO sol diers. This post is also to be made a free port of entry. This will make El Paso one of the best business points in the West. El Paso already numbers a substantial and energetic class of busi ness men among her inhabitants and when she shall be made the gatewayfor Old Mexico and with the large number of roads centering there from all parts of the country, her advantages will be come almost incalculable. EI Paso will then become one of the finest wholesaling points in the West, as well for fruits as all other classes of mer chandise. It is only the question of a few months before the business men' of that city will have positive proofs that they have made a wise choice in the se lection of their places of business. HOTEL Alt HI VAI.M. DKCOT MOTET PWalh, Topeku; J II Clark, Mississippi; John Slosson, Santa Kitu copper mines; A C Vanderburgh, E Holt, Chieuo; 12 Denipsey, Wm Burden Jr., Boston. ST. NICHOLAS 110TET.. K Wolfsou, Chicago; J E Walker, drove, Iowa; TM Rogers, Quincy, 1U; George nan dull, Springs. SUMNER IIOUSK. W M Prot.man. Osborne, Ohio; J II Wise, White Oaks; P C Lyman, Topeku; W II Andei son. Watrous; Frank Sperling, Atascosa; C W Wood, Kansas City; P W Straham, Camp Verde. EXCHANGE HOTEL. Mateo Lujan and wife, Los Alamos; A I Huggins, Dem-er. Family Groceries. A large stock, cheaper that the cheapest, just received at P. Homero & Son's. 5-14tf As I will close out my business about September 1st I offer all my fresh fruits, canned goods and groceries at cost un til that t!mu. Centre Street, East Las Vegas. A. J. Bell. 8-19-tf Go to Jndd's barber shop and get scraped, Exchange Hotel. tf flack ln to Hot Spring. Fare 50 cents each way. Hack going to the springs leave de pot, Sumner and St. Nicholas hotels at 8 a. m., on arrival of train, and at 4:30 p. m. Returning, leaves springs 10 a. m. 2 . m. and6:30 p. m. All hacks will stop at West Side sta ble where fare will-be collected. Mail anu express wagon will leave depot on arrival of train, and Hot Springs at 9 a. m. Mexdeniiall, Hunter &Co. 8-5 tf For 3!) ! . I will offer for thirty days the entire stock of my Clothing and Boot and Shoe Department REGARDLESS OF COST Oil VALK. This stock has all been purchased within the past six months and con sists of M.en's and Boys1 Clothing, and Ladies' Misses1 Men's and Boys' Boots, Shoes and Slippers, A.nd must be closed out in order to make the necessary improvements on the Store Building. C. E. Wesche, Las Vegas, N. M. Witter Melons. Boceo Amelio has just received a fine lot of water melons and fresh vegeta bles. Opposite Fiivjt National Bank. 8-23-2t Wanted Immediately, A good coat maker and tailor. Good situation and good wages. Apply at once to F. LeDuc, 8-22 -tf North Sido Plaza. Don. t fail to inspect those handsome walking jacket s and ulsters, the lirst of the season, at N. L. Rosenthal's, Rail road avenue, East Side. The triveling public will find every thing first-class at the Grand View Ho tel, y Cream llread at Bell & Co's, the Plaza Grocers and Bakers. Pure Missouri Wolf's. cider at Put man & Just received at Theo. a nice lot of iiligrce jewelry. 8-10-tf Another fresh stock of ladies' dresses, white sticks, at N.- L. Rosenthal's, Railroad avenue, East Side. Fresh butter milk from the churn, brought in every morning from the ranch, at Billy's. 5-31 tf A Great Bargain. One of t he most desirable residences, completely finished, on one of the best streets in the city. For sale cheap by J. J. FlTZGERELL, The Live Real Estate Agent, 82Ufit, t.'rnutl Cundí every Saturday night at the Exchange Saloon. 4-21-tt Salad Lunch. a la Delmonico at Billy's 7-l'3tf Full -weight Park Grocery. and fair count, at the 7-27 tf New Potatoes $2.75 per hundred at E. Germain & Co., El Paso, Texas. 7-24-lm Cream. lemonade at Billy's. 5-7tf Gen'l Merchandise. A stock of goods will be exchanged for Real lístate in Las Vegas. Apply tO J. J. FlTZGFF.ItELL, The Livo Real Estate Agent. 820Ct. Prize Hollina;. Prize roll.'ng at the .Boiling Alley. Gold watch and chain price $30. Fifty chances, ft oach. Three frames. Nine balls. Lawrence RoMER.8-10-2t Everything in the gent furnish ing goods, clothing, boots and shoes, hats and cans, at - 1SID0U MTKRN'S, West Las Vegas. Just Opened, at N. L. Rosenthal' s, Railroad avenue, East Side, an imm ene stock of glass and qneensware, an d v.ill be sold cheap for cash. E. Germain & Co., El Paso, Texas, are sole agents fo r California State Dairy Cheese. 7-2i-lm The best articles for Die least money, at ISlDOlt STERN'S, 8 l7-2t. West Las Vegas. Milk punch at Billy's. .vrt! Twenty I'er (eat. Discount from the market price on Qneensware, Glassware, Hardware and Motions at the store of C. E. WESCHE, Las Vegas, N. Also the bargains of the season in Staple and Fancy Groceries,' 1. 1 do just as 1 advertise. C. E. Wesche. Xo ftenarttire ! ! ! Tank wagons ! Bulk coal' oil! The Water Pierce Oil Company' tiro now prepared to deliver in your tank at your store coal oil for cash at 22 cents per gallon. It is to your interest to order in bulk, as it saves lctkage and trouble in handling. II. A. True, Manager. Warehouse on A., T. & S. b railroad track. 8 1G 3t All summer drinks at Billy' . "-7tf Special bargains in ladies' dress tods, parasols, ladies' lioes, cor 00. sets, carpets and oilcloths, at 1S1D0R STERN'S West Las Ve&w. I.iiteHt Ntyle. French breakfast caps in all shades tit Charles Ilfcld's. 8-10-tf Try "Billy's Ponies" Cigars, purr Havana. M. Heise has received the agency for New Mexico for the sale of the Excel sior beer. He keeps in stock all kinds of whiskies, which will be sold by the barrel or car load and has an immense stock of all brands of domestic and im ported cigars. 7-2!)-tf A New Dentist. Ueiucmtier that Dr. P. A. Amos', a graduate of the Mainland Dental College of Italtimore, will locate hero In about ,ix weeks for the practice of his profession. s-23-lüt Wanted-For Sale-For Rent-Lost. WANTED. Four or five teams by P.. K. Thornton. Ari!y t bridge. WANTED. A good barber. Credit. Apply to Judd 8-SJ-tf WT ANTED. Six or eticht good carpenters. T V Apply to J. B. Baker. tt-iiMf WANTED. Situations by two young men, seventeen and twenty-ono years of airo from St. Louis. Good family, education und habite with some, experience in business, de sire employment in a bunk, store or other bus iness house. Best of references given. Ad dress I. F., Gazette office. 8-SMf T X7ANTED. Fifteen eood carnenters, In T T nuire ut Loekhart & Co's. 8-0-tf "TITANTKI). Two or three number one plun- ine mill bench h'tnds. Nodo bat lire t cluBg need apdr. At Wooiteii's pinning mill. Also ti good machine num. 4-iJ-tl' FOR SALE. A tourists' outfit, consisting of one spring wagon or hack for six or nine persons, one set hack harness, one wnll tent nine by nine feet, one set camp cooking uten sils, one pair calfskin overalls, one Colt's re volver, two horses. Most of the alxive Isas good as new having lieen used only six weeks. Enquire at Exchange corral, back of Bell's grocery store. J70R SaLE One pair of American horses. I buirirv and harness: cattle or sheep taken In payment. Apply at this office. 8-20-tf 7OK SALE A nearly new Waters piano for JL saie on easy u rnis 01 paymeuis, A. O. BOBBINS. F OR SALE. Four hundred cedar posts. Ap ply to uoorge kosb. &-u-ot "T7IOR SALE. The old St Louis lot, In East JP Las Vegas. Price, i!5U0. Inquire of C It. Browning. F. GeISI.EH, 7-23-tf Socorro, N. M. TrtOR SALE. 1.000 improved ewes with lj lambs delivered at Wagon Mound or Ver- mejo. For further particulars inquire of DOMINGO N. BACA, ANTONIO D. UAUA. "-9-tf Upper Las Vegas. T7IOU SALE Baca Hall, (he largest and best jj audience, nan in tlie 'territory, proviueu with good stage scenery, drop curtains. eW. Cattle or cheep tiiken In exchange or tin.e giv en on payments. Address A. J. Haca and Chas. Ill'eld, las Vegas, 0-1-tf. rrOR RENT A nice front room, first floor. I': furnished orunturnished, in trout or M. A Otero's. R. STUDEBAKER-ü-20-lw- TTIOR RENT. The drug store in the Wescho X: building on the plaza, at present occupied by F. E. Herbert, is lor rent. Apply to the proprietor. C. E. WESCHE, L OST. A stiff, black backed note book Return to this olhce. T" OST An account book, by George Ross, .1J Had scale, tickets and bills. Finder please return to loser or this oiiice. Wanted I Wanted! Wanted! Ct " fr In County Warrants 7-JmJvJ f for which the highest casli price will be pflut. Apply to J. J . f it gerrell. the live real estate agent. 8-7-tf l or SAle. J. J. FitzgcrrcU has 8,000 head of ewes and lambs. They are now on the Pecos river, In good condition and will be hero in ten or twelve days. These sheep will be sold at the market price. S-H-lw Xotlce. Notice is hereby given that there is no cV partnership existing between me and H. TUonv us ana A. t ox either in the plumbing or gas nttiiig business, or any other kind or business, Furthermore, that there is no such firm as O L Houghton & Co. that I know of any printed caras or printeu matter to tno contrary, not withstanding as 1 have no partner in any bus iness, nor don't want any. All accounts of whatsoever nature against any other person but myself unless upon my written order. I shall not allow or pay, and all accounts for plumbing or gas fitting due the supposed firm of O. L. Houghton & Co. are due and payabl to me alono. 8-21-it u. l. iiocghton. Dissolution Xotlce. Notice is hereby given that the partnership neretoiore existing between J. l. vvolt anil W. H. Putman Is this day dissolved. J. I), Wolf will continuo the business at the old stand, collect all outstanding bills duo the late firm and pay all chums against the same. 8-33-Sw J. D. WOLF. SEND 1 A I YOUR jobWork TO THE I V GAZETTE IS WHAT MIGHT BE CALLED BETWEEN THE SEASONS AND A COMPLETE Re u To be in readiness and to have sulllcieiit room For Fall Goods Is What We are Contemplating. Ifivoutire in need of Summer Wearing Ap- parel now is tho time to benefit yourselves by me general REDUCTION OF PRICES ! Tho reduction in Ladies' Summer Dress Goods and Gents' Lightweight Clothing will be of Special interest to you. Railroad Avenue, East Las Vegas. Champagne cocktails 25 cents, at Bil ly's. 7-ll-tf Fifty cases of imported wines, all brands at Billy's. 8-n-2w Ice cold liudweiscr beer at Billy's. 5-C-tf For cheap hardware go to Loekhart jf. r-o 1 0.1 Mt Pcrzoine a specialty at 8-3-tf Billy's. F. W. Potter & Co. have just rc c eiyed a car load of building paper, i mpng which they have plain tarred si teoting paper, wooden; waterproof .s'lieeiing, patent measure; red cedar carpet felt, ornamental paper, etc., M hich they will sell very cheap. Call and see mem ueiore uuying, 0, 10, jiu I Beautiful fans at Charles tjfeld's. J.J. FITZGERRELL, THE WHEAL ESTAÍE Las Vegas, N. M. J. J. FitzgerrelL the live real estate man. has for sale a large number of fine buslnetw und desirable residence lots In different Darts of the new and old portions of the city. Par nés Bcening investments in real estate, busi ness chances, business and dwelling houses, -should call on Fitzgerrell; he can cconinio date them. XTTANTED A competent miller; steady sit Tf uation. Married men preferred. Good wages. Apply to J. J. Fitzgerrell, the Live Real Estate man. ü-txlt HOTEL FOR SALE OR RENT. For partic ulars apply to J. J. Fitzgerrell. ílflíl W,LL BUY Y WARRAN- UUU TEE DEED five miles of vlngVater controlling lUUsouare miles of the finest range on the Pecos river. Call and see P"- . Wit.1.1 MtHABUE.-uoou new house and lot fronting on two streets for a wuiron and team. For particulars see J. J. FlTZOKIUIEI.l.. $15 A month for ten months will pay t or a choice lot centrally located and fronting two streets. Ji HOUSKH wanted. Farties having 0 " dwellings or store houses for sale or rent will do well to como and see me. I have a large number of renters und purchasers on hand. Q1 Kf wINbuya good new three room a?t:t 3 J hsuse and two lots near the rail road depot and round house. C w111 buy two vt'ry desirable busi f J ness lots between the two towns. t í will buy a choice corner lot front tpXJVJ ing on Eighth Street. 8-:t-tf "3 ARE CHANCE. The best paying saloon in XV the city. Good reasons tor selling. 8-;t-t 1' i)r AfiA Head of sheep for sale J 1 J J J Wethers, ewes and lambs. FOR SALE. -Two of the best mining claims und aone-fourth interest in one of the best developed mines in the-Mineral Hill mining camp. TUCK U' MILLINERY GOOD for sale cheap. BUENA VISTA TOWN COMPANY LOTS for sale cheap. MINERAL CITY business and residence lots for sale. rjlWO NEW RESIDENCES for salo or rent. A SPLENDID RETAIL BUSINESS for sale. Good reason for selling. ONE OF THE BEST BUSINESS HOUSES in the city for sale. Splendid dwelling lots In GeotTrion's Lu co rn's and Bueniv Vista Co's. Additions. There is fully one hundred per cent, profit in these lots as an Investment within the next six months. A splendid residence, grounds, furniture, all complete for a home. Call and se. or sale, one dairy and gardening farm very cheap, two miles from the city, Two desirable four room cottages, with good stone cellars each; 0110 on Main and other on 0th street, at a bargain. Will rent for iX) per cent, on the investment. One hotel furnished comnlete. Has all the business it can accommodate. Une hotel paying ib per cent, on the invest ment. Business house and lot on Railroad avenue that rents by 1 he year for :) per cent, on 111 vestment. A splendid new residence. 0 rooms. 2 lots. renting for ;J5 per cent, on investment. Price l,.r)UU. Business house and lot on Railroad avenue at a bargain, renting for M per cent, on invest ment. One of the best corner lots and business houses in the city for sale at a bargain. Call ami see. One of tho finest gardens in New Mexico. A rare chance for a gardner and florist to make a fortune. I have for sale tho most desirable business property and stock of groceries, on Centre street. Owner wants to turn his attention to mining. I have residence property and lots for sale in all parts of the city. Examine my list before purchasing. I have for sale in Mills & Chapman's addition to the Hot Springs; these lots will be sold cheap. I have bargains to offer on Main, Lincoln and Douglas streets, also on Zion Hill, that, will pay from 40 to W) per cent, on the invest ment. I have for sale the finest stock and furmins ranch in New Mexico, commanding the atten tion of capitalist and colonist. Apply for par ticulars. I also have for salo several fine stock runchos in tho different portions of tho Territory. FOR KENT. A number of desirable business houses 011 the different business streets of the city, also oiliees, restaurants and dwellings. If you want to rent property call. Remember that the best business chances arc always to be had by culling on J. J. FlT.liKltUKI.I. Tho live real estate agent, oitice on Granel uvenue. A. P. .BARKJEH, IIOtrSE, 3XO0KT AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER. Frescoing, Graining, Glazing, MARULTNG, CALSOMINING, ETC. ÍtT SIIOI EAST OP THE C It'lIT HOCSE, LAS VEGAS. FAMILY VEGETABLES ! ONLY THE MOST Improved Varieties ! CrCCMHERS, Fresh for Table I'se or for Pickles, wholesale and retail. Gel Your Veietatles Nice ani Fresh OF ffolin nVEillei- AT WKGNER'S PLACE. Harness .and sad dlery at T. Romero & Son's. ATTENTION! The Boston Cloth inr House is the only place in Las Vegas where you can get the Levi Strauss & Co pat ent copper riveted Duck & Denim cloth ing. 8-3-tf For ladies' dress goods go to T . Romero & Son's. Corsets In all styles for ladies and misses, at bottom prices, at N. L. Ros enthal's Railroad Avenue, East Side. \n\n m iros.