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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1881. UllF.TTt: UI.F.AXIX4M. Have you Been the comet? J t looks old-fashioned to see the far mer's stacking their wheat. IVovisions are away up in Santa Fe. The washouts have been very severe on the aneient city. A. O. liobbins sent several large loads of furniture to the depot yester day to be shipped south. .J. K. Whitniore of Gallinas Springs yesterday loaded up a buckeye mower to be taken down to his ranche to cut hay. Charley Bryan is litling up the Fe lipe Lopez building for a restaurant. He will likely be ready to open out to- day. Marwede, Bruinlcy & Co, yesterday received another car load of hardware. They have a fine stock of goods in their new building. 'Hie stone work on the New York Clothing House building on Centre Street, East "Las Vegas. See M.J. Cavnnaugh's advertisement for ma sons. Win. Morgan of the National Hotel is having the dining room re-papered and the rooms generally renovated. He proposes to have a clean, comfortable place for guests. " A street car ran over a goat on the bridge yesterday evening anil killed it. The company will have to organize! a board to assess claims for damages in killing tive stock. The ladies of the Presbyterian church will entertain the populace at the social at the church on the West Side to night. Strangers will be made welcome. Citizens di invited. The Daily (iAzettk is delivered in Ra ton by regular carrier boys. Raton is a lively young city and naturally pat ronizes the paper that gives the latest, freshest and most reliable news. Sam 15. Datcher is now head waiter at the Depot Hotel. Sam is very oblig ing and attentive, and aside from these qualities he is possessed of greater at tainments than the great majority of his race. Messrs. Horn & Matthews wen; busy yesterday putting in a bar and arrang ing for a first-class saloon in Heise'sold stand on the plaza. The back part of the room they will convert into a bil liard hall. It is now expected that unless some unforseen dilliculties arise, the wash outs on (Horieta hill will be tempora rily repaired so that the Pacific ex press of to-morrow will cross the break on schedule time. Many distinguished people are book ed for New Mexico, many of them for eigners of celebrity. Not alone in this country but in other lands, the great advantages of immigration to the Ter ritory will be made known. S. .Jeilers, agent of the Morgan Desk Company, has placed one of their line hotel writing desks in the oflice of the National Hotel. It is a line piece of work and a good medium for advertis ing, as the cards displayed readily catch the eye of strangers. Fred. Harvey is now in the East pur chasing the furniture and fixtures for the new hotel at the Hot Springs, that are to be shipped at once. The house will will be fitted up as 0011 as possi ble and it is expected that ere long it will be thrown open to the public. Las Vegas will before long become an important mining centre. A min ing engineer of acknowledged high rank is seriously considering making this city his place of residence. He is a mining expert in the true sense of the term, and is well known to old Ne vada miners as well as those of Colo rado. The "Centralia11 copper mine, situ ated at the fool of the Tecolote Butte about seven miles from this city is (join ing to the front as a good piece of prop erty. Assays lately made by Professor Robertson show twenty-three per cent. copper and six and a. half ounces silver per ton. This is a very encouraging showing. The train from the east arrived on time yesterday but was tied up here. It will coutinue south at 8 o'clock this morning. The train from the south ar rived shortly after 4 o'clock in the af ternoon. This will be the schedule time for three or four days, till the washouts are fixed up, the railro.id company deeming it more prudent to make the transfer around the break on Glorieta Hill and that on the (ialisleo in the day time. V ictor Michel s mail ami passenger stage line from Springer to Cimarron is a great convenience. He always con nects with the train from the East, and leaving Cimarron at C a. m. people are able to reach Las Vegas and Santa Fe on the same evening, "trench-, a? the driver and proprietor is generally known, does everything in his power to make his line popular by being accom Hiodating and always on time. His teams are always good and his stage very comfortable. Those who intend visiting Cimarron at the coming term of court should bear this in mind. Duly HirrfMOr. Mr. W. Ü. Shedd, Sup't. of the "Den ver Citj " mine in Leadville, is in the city en route to the Lake Valley min ing district. The syndicate that con trols three hundred acres of mineral land in that rich district, with (Jeorge D. Roberts and J. Whittaker Wright at the head, also owns the "Denver City," one of the most promising prop erties in the carbonate camp. Mr. Shedd has been at work night and day for months superintending the erection of the mammoth machinery in the mine that is just starting up. When the news of the massacre by the reds of poor George Daly, the resident mana ger of the four big companies that own Luke Valley, was received in New York Mr, Shedd was telegraphed to go at once to the district and assume control of the property, and he is now on his way there. It is thought by some that an attempt will be made to seize a part of one of the properties, as there has been some litigation over a very prom ising prospect. But Mr. Shedd is a very determined man and if any such game is attempted he -will certainly stand off the attacking party, and there would probably be a little war. The last report of Mr. Daly to the directors of the companies that he represented, stated that he had $100,000 worth of ore that he would ship as soon as the roads were in good condition. The mission of Mr. Shedd may be to simply temporarily manage affairs but if he is to be the resident manager it will be a good thing for New Mexico for with his business ways he would develop the properties rapidly, thus largely increas ing the bullion output. This is not the first visit of this gentleman to the Ter ritory, as he was attached to the Wheel er expedition of '74. Cultured t'iiuiu-roii. Cimarron is loo be congratulated on its prospects of having the first public library in the Territory. A few months ago Col. Reynolds, one of the directors of the Maxwell Grunt Company, pre sented to Mrs. E. L. Sheldon of Cimar ron, a check for 5,000, the nucleus of a library fund. The lady who enjoys an enviable position in literary circles in this country and England and France, has promises of authors' copies of works of value, and material additions to the fund started by Col. Reynolds, as well as contributions from publishers She is very much interested in this plan, and if she will only make the se lection of books for the library, the pub lie will be fortunate, and the value of the library as an educator enhanced. Col. Reynolds will alsocontribute books from his own library, a remarkably line one, and will take pride in building up the library. At his request, Amelia B Edwards, the English authoress, a per sonal friend of his, is making a collec tion of works on English history, and will contribute her own books. It will not be a merely local affair, but all the people of Colfax county will have ac cess to the library and permitted to n joy its privileges. Solid Work. I From Our Own Correspondent. Camp Prospect, Aug. 22d, '81. We are camped on the banks of Blue Canyon creek in a beautiful grove of oaks one mile from Mineral City and in the midst of the White Carbonate district. We have been pushing work on the road up the creek from Mineral City to Eureka camp. The almost constant rain has delayed our work, but it is nearly accomplished. A good team can now draw a reasonable load as far as the said Eureka camp. The work of development, in all parts of our district, is being pushed forward as rapidly as the weather will permit and with very satisfactory re sults. Increased depth shows im proved mineral, and the opinion, that some have held from the beginning, viz., that the rich mineral is down to the water level, and below, is becom ing more generally accepted, and greater proportion of the work is being done with a view to obtain depth. We no longer consider the future of this district a matter of doubt. It wil soon rank as one of the largest and richest mining camps of the Territory Slim Jim. Jas. A. Phillips, the representative of A. A. Devore & Son the importing tai lors of Chicago, is in the city and wil remain through the week. He is solicit ing orders for his house and will surely meet with good success as he is favora bly remembered. It is a great conven ience to our people to be able to order suits from a large house like that of De vore and Phillips's measurements in sure well fitting garments. He has a large line of samples that he will lie glad to show anyone at any time. Card. f Thanks. The members of the hook and ladder company wish to express thanks to Dr. Milligan for the free use of his hall for their ball last Friday night and to Messrs. Netterberg, Huberty & Angelí, Bell & Co., Graaf & Co., and the ladies, for fancy cakes, sandwiches, pies and coffee donated. Also, to others who loaned for the occasion lamps, chande liers, tables, cutlery, etc. Furthermore, we are under many obligations to Mr. Netterberg, who so ably assisted us in arranging our suppers, etc. Committee. New Potatoes $2.75 per hundred at E. Germain & Co., El Paso, Texas. 7-24-1 m PERSONAL. W. P. Wallace Is over from Santa Fe. J. A. Adrain, Logansport, Ind., is in town. A. J. Huneke, of Leadville, is a late arrival in town. A passenger train will go south at 8:30 this morning. G. II. More, Aurora, III., is stopping at the Depot Hotel. Prof. A. II. Bach came down from Trinidad yesterday. C. A. White, of St. Louis, is regis tered ut the Depot Hotel. S. S. Tuttle, of Bushnell, 111., is stop ping at the Sumner House. L. D. Miller and. family, of Silver City, are stopping in town. John Flournoy and sons, of St. Louis, are registered at the Sumner House. Joseph Steele and wife, of Silver ing, Arizona, came in from the south yesterday. I. II. Herbert left yesterday for New York on a two month's vacation and business trip. Ed. Marwede has been ill for a week, but was better yesterday and expected to be out to-day. L. O. Welcome, wife and Miss Cora Welcome, arrived from Gila Bend, Ari zona, on yesterday's train. Eugene Roberts has been quite low during the past week with inflamma tion of the bowels. Yesterday he was slightly better. A. Henry, of Butler county, Mo., ar rived in town yesterday. He has been looking at the Western country, and is better pleased with New Mexico than any he has yet seen. Mr. Paul B. DuChaillu, the distin guished African explorer, who is now in Colfax county, will probably visit Las Vegas in the course of a few weeks, accompanied by Herr Ilasse Bergman, the talented artist. The friends of Chief Engineer W. R. Morley, of the Sonora R. R., who has been quite sick, will be glad to learn that he is fast regaining his lost strength by a vacation in Colfax conn ty. He expects to return to Las Vegas on Friday or Saturday. Mrs. Judge Saulsbury, of Trinidad, came down on yesterday's train. She intends to start a millinery establish ment with a full line of ladies furnish ing goods if she thinks the business out look of the city will warrant it. She will be the guest of Mrs. J. Graft' while here. Frank and Chas. Sperling, of Tru- iillo, Texas, are in town on business. They have closed out their store at that place, and are now looking for an other suitable place to go into business It is likely they will go into business at Raton. Lee & Reynolds have purchased the range at Trujillo and have pur chased the rights of the settlers in that district. Mr. Frank R. Sherwin, President of the Maxwell Land Grant Company, re turned to Cimarron on Saturday, after an absence of eight months in England and on the Continent. He has already entered on the active duties of his office in planning for the development of the rich grant. His plans that are steadily to be carried into execution means much good for Colfax county. Prof. J. W. Ashley and his bride, ncc Annie G. Wood, arrived home from Kansas yesterday. They are both very popular and will meet with a cordial re ception and hearty congratulations. The marriage of Miss Wood will not deprive us of the services of this com petent instructress at present, as it is her intention to hold her position as an assistant in the Academy till the new building is completed, having acceded to the wishes of Prof. Bliss, of the New West Educational Commission. The . A X. . The Tribune of the 21st inst. contains a two and a half column article on the subject of the building of the D. & N. O. to Pueblo. That journal seems to be considerably wor ried at the prospect of that road being built to Pueblo and seems to think that the trade of Denver merchants will be considerably hurt in case that event takes place. If the Denver merchants would take a little wider view of the matter and recommend the extension of one or the other of those roads on to the Gulf via. Las Vegas they would not be in the least injured. But on the con trary they would be greatly benefitted. It would open an amount of local trade to Denver that would perfectly astonish the merchants. If the the D. & R. G. was extended to make connection with the T. P. the same object would be ac complished. Let our Denver neigh bors cast about them a little and they will see their way out of this muddle a little more plainly. Alter Apaches. It is reported that 400 soldiers who have been in the Ute country, arrived in Santa Fe from Ft. Lewis on Monday. They have been recalled from the re gion of possible red deviltry to that of real hellishness. In ouler to have their horses fresh for the chase of the Apa ches ujtcv whom they are to bo sent out, the cavalrymen walked sixty miles, each man leading ten head of stock. When they arrived in Santa Fe, the men were completely played out, and on review they presented the appear ance of the traditional awkward squad. This force was to have been increased by one hundred more men, and the whole detachment was to have been sent out yesterday. It is gratifying to know that more troops are to take the field, and although thenj. may be some truth in the adage, "belter late than never," there is very little solace, and hereafter precautions should be taken that the troops are never late. Mr. Thomas Moran, the well known New York artist, has left Denver for a trip over the entire line of the Denver & Rio Grande railroad for the purpose of making sketches along the "scenic line.' He is accompanied by his son, who is also an artist, and Mr. Ernest Ingersoll the inagazinist and wife. W. II. Jackson, the photographer of Den ver, is also one of the party. They ex pect to be gone about six weeks and during that time will visit New Mexico. Need Fixing I' p. A Gazette reporter recently visited the Masonic Cemetery and found that it needs to be put in order and fixed up. Several of the head stones have fallen down and a number of the graves have sunk so as to let the water stand in the hollows, and altogether it has anunkept appearance. A workman should be en gaged to put it in shape. HOTEL ARKIVAI.N. DEPOT HOTEL. G II Ware, Aurora, 111; T Currier, Leaven worth; C A White, St Louis; Geo B Walker, Globe, A T; Joseph Stulo and wife, Silver Kink, A T; A II DeWitt and wife, Silver King, AT; L O Welcome and wife. Miss Coin Wel come, West Bend, A T; L D Miller and family, Silver City; B R Pcgram, St Louis; J A Ad rain, Logansport, Indj F C Gibson, washout. ST. NICHOLAS HOTKL. Gus Cobcnty, Santa Fe; Alfred Hamlin, Kan sas City; Trof Adolphus II Bach, Trinidad; Mm Salsbury and son, Trinidad; A Henry, Butler, Mo; M P Wallis, Santa Fe. SlIMNKIl IIOUSH. John Flournoy and W W Flournoy, St Lou is; S S Tuttle, Bushnell, Til; Wm Shedd and A J Huneke, Leadville. TOl'KKA HOUSK. Geo Campbell, Col; Mary A Maxwell, F.l Pa so; I' Conley, an Hennessey, Win Hixon, T F Ilixon, Jno Ilodgman, Kansas City; E S Hoop er, Mineral Hill; Chas Todd, Ft Dodge, J J Mo hen, Wichita, C E Sheperd, Savunnah, Mo. Another fresh stock of ladies' dresses, while sacks, 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. r-31ti A Great Bargain. One of the most desirable residences, completely finished, on one of the best streets in the city. For sale cheap by J. J. Fitzgekell, The Live Real Estate Agent. 82001. Ornad I.nucli every Sat urda y night at the Saloon. Exchange 4-21-1 f Salad Lunch. a la Del mon ico at Billy's 7-13tf Full weight Park Grocery. and fair count, at the 7-27 tí Cream lemonade at Billy's. 7tf Gen'l Merchandise. A stock of goods will be exchanged for Real Estate in Las Vegas. Apply to J. J. FlTZGFKRELL, The Live Real Estate Agent. 820Gt. Prize Honing. Prize rolling at the Boiling Alley. Gold watch and chain price $30. Fifty chances, ipl each. 1 Dree trames. JNine balls. Lawkence Romeic. 8-19-21 Everything in the gents' furnish ing goods, clothing, boots and shoes, hats and caps, at ISID0R STERN'S, West Las Vegas. E. Germain & Co., are soje agents for Dairy (Jheese. El Paso, Texas, California State 7-24-lm The best articles for the least money, at ISID0R STERN S, 8-I7-2J. West Las Vegas. Milk punch at Billy's. 5-7t Twenty Per Cent. discount trom the market price on Qnecnsware, Glassware, Hardware and X. ! ... . I if folión in uie miji i! m C. E. WESCIIE, Las Vegas, N. if. Also the bargains ot the season in Staple and Fancy Groceries. I do just as I advertise. C. E. Wesciie. Xew Departure! ! ! Tank wagons ! Bulk coal oil ! The ... .... . . . , Water 1'ieree uu company are 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 leakage and trouble in handling. II A TllT'P.. M ntifio-or Warehouse on A., T. & S. F. railroad track. 8 10 8t All summer drinks at Billy's. ;-7tf Special bargains in ladies' dress- guuus, parasol, liiuie nue, cur sets, carpets and oilcloths, at ISIDOR STERN'S West Las Vegas. I.iitCNt Style. French breakfast caps in all shades at Charles Ilfeld's. 8-10-tf Try "Billy's Havana. Ponies1' Cigars, pure M. Heise lias received the ageney.for New Mexico for the sale of the Excel sior beer. He keeps in stock all kind.s of whiskies, which will be sold by the barrel or car load and has an immense stocK 01 an uraiius 01 uomesuc ami 1111- ported cigars. 7-2ÍMÍ li ii 1 . . jí 1 . 1 ' - A New Dentist. R -member that Dr. P. A. Ames, a graduate Of the Maryland Dental College of Baltimore, will locate here In about six weeks for the practice of his profession. B-KMut Wanted-For Sale-For Rent-Lost. WANTED. Six masons, immediately. Ap ply to M J Cavanaugh, East Las Vegas. S-24-lw WANTED. A dining room waiter girl mid chambermaid at the Grand View Hotel. Call at once. -4-tf WANTED. Credit. -A (rood Iwrber. Apply to Jtidd "I IfANTED. Six or eight 1 Apply to J. U. Baker. rood carpenters. tt-SMf lirANTED. Situations by two young men. II ' seventeen and twenty-one yean of ago from St. Louis. Uood family, education and habits with some experience in business, de- Hire employment in a liank, store or other bus- hies house, iiettt or rcierences (riven. au drum I. F., Gazette office. S-SMf 1 TAXI ED. Fifteen good carpenters. In I iliiircatLockhart&Co's. H-H-tf w class ANTED. Two or three number on.lmi- nur mill bench miuus. None hut llrnt- class need apply. At Woollen's planing mill. Altio a good machine man 4-ss-tr p.OU SALE. A tourists' outfit, consisting of 1.' one spring wagon or back tor six or nine persons, one set hack harness, one wall 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 ubovo 1r as good as new having been used only six weeks. Enquire at Exchange corral, back of Bell's grocery store. "ORSaLE One pair of American horses, buggy and harness; cattle or tmecp taken In payment. Apply at this office. H-SMÍ jOR SALE A nearly new Waters piano for X sale on easy terms of payments. A. O. KOUBINS. T7WU SALE. Four hundred cedar posts. Ap- JU piy to ueorge noss. H-u-ot XjWH SALE. The old St. Louis lot, in East .1J Las Vegas, i í.na V nirnu Price. SOIL Inmiira nf It. llrownmg, r . UEisr.nn, Socorro, N. M. 7-:Mf 1,1011 SALE. 1,000 improved ewes with X) lambs delivered at Wagon Mound or Ver- mejo. rs lnnui DOMINGO N. HACA. ANTONIO D. HACA. Upper Las Vegas. 5-9-tf SALE Haca Hall, the largest and best J audience hall In thu Territory, provided witn good stage scenery, tirop curtains, ti Cattle orslicen tuken in exchange or tin.e giv en on paymenis. Address A. J. liara and Chas, lll'uld, 1 an Vegas. ii-l-tf, F'OH KENT A nice front room, tirst lloor, furnished or unfurnished, in front of M. A. Otero's. R. STUDEHAKER 8-iSO-lw TTIOR RENT. The drug store in the Wesctae JL building on the plaza, at present occupied by F. E Herbert, is for rent. Apply to the proprietor C. E. WESCHE. L OST. A stiff, black backed note book. Return to this olliee. TOST An account book, by Georgo Ross. J Had scale, tickets and bills. Finder please return to loser or this oince. Mantea! Wanted! Nl anted! Ct r lff In County Warrants, 4)Xw,VVy V l'r which the highest cash price will be paid. Apply to J. J . Fitz gerrell. the live real estate agent. 8-7-tf For Sale. J. J. Fitzgerrell has S,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-U-lw Notice. Notice Is hereby given that there is no co partnership existing between me and H.Thom as and A. W Fox either in the plumbing or gas ntting uusiness, or any otner Kind or business. Furthermore, that there is no such firm as O. L Houghton & Co. that I know of any printed cards or printed matter to the contrary, not withstandingas I have no partner in any bus iness, nor don't want nay. AH 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 duo and payable to 1110 alone, s-t-it o. L. hocgiiton. DlNNolntiuii Notice. Notice is hereby given that the partnership nereroiore existing netween j. I), woir and W. II. l'utmun is this day dissolved. J. D. Wolf will continue the business at the old stand, collect all outstanding bills due the late linn and pay all claims against the same. WWW J. D. WOLF. SEND YOUR JOB WORK TO THE GAZETTE THIS IS WHAT MIGHT RECALLED BETWEEN THE SEASONS AND .A COMPLETE r Fh O J To be in readiness and to have suflicient room For Fall Groocls Is What We are Contemplating. if you are in need of Summer Wearing An parcl now is the time to benefit yourselves by me general REDUCTION OF PIICB- The reduction floods and Gents' in Ladies' Summer Dress Lightweight Clothing will be of Special interest to you. Railroad Avenue, East Lns Vegas. Fifty cases bnimfs at of imported wines, all Hilly1. 8-0-2w Ice cold 5--tf UiMweiser beer at Billy's. For cheap hardware go to Lockhart & Co's. 2-lltf Champagne cocktails 25 cents, at Bil ly 7-U-tf F. W. l oiter or c o. nave just re .ceivea 11 car among; which load of buildiiiir lmner. .1 .I..ÍT. ..... i nicy nave piain larrea slieetiiiir ' ui,i;2 paper, wooden waterproof tin t rm f nion uirk Mml mnlitH wnicn iney w 111 sen crycneap. call and see them before buying, i 10, 1m w J. J.HTZuEBRELL, THE LIVE REAL ESTATE MAN Las Vegas, X. 31. J. J. Fitzgerrell, the live real estate man. has for sale a large number of fine business ami desirable residence lots in different tmrt of the new and old portions of the cltv. Par ties seeking investments in real estate, busi ness chances, business and dwelling houses, should call on Fitzgerrell; he can accommo date them. WANTED A competent miller; steady sit uation. Married men preferred, flood wages. Apply to J. J. itzgerrell, the I.lvo Ileal Estate man. S-Mtt TTOTEL FOR SALE OH RENT. For nnrtl.- XI ularg apply to J. J. Fitzgerrell. Cí i Cif WILL IUj v ,,v WARUAX O.UUU TEE DEED five mil,- of living water controlling 10U square iiiIIi-h of the nnest range on tno i'ecos river. Call and see plat. Wjiii. ivA.jiiAisue.. uoou new Douse ami lot fronting on two streets for a wairon ami team. For particulars see J. J. FlTZOKIUIKIX. Q1 A month for ten months will pav for 4JLO choice lot centrally located and f routing two streets. yf HOUSES WANTED. Parties having 0 dwellings or store houses for sale or rent will do well to come and see me. I have a large number of rentera and purchasers on band. Qj pT ( willbuy a good new three r.om ijrtlJ J house andtwo lots near the rail road depot and round house. S5ÓO will buy two very desirable busi ness lots between the two towns. . ' . X j V ...ill I ..... . . V. . . ( . 1 . . i if mu uu; i viiiiiijv i;iiriiei 101 inuu iJ W W illir oil Klu-hth Street K.:Ltf i AKE CHANCE. The best paying saloon in me cuy. uooa reasons ror selling. K-;Mr 6)f Cf( Ho1 of sheep for sale á J J J J Wethers, ewes and lambs. FOR SALE. -Two of the best mining elaims and a one-fourth interest in one of the best developed mines in the Mineral Hill mining camp. k. ' i V 'V. IV OP MILLINERY GOOD for sale Cl cheap. 1 J CK.N A VISTA TOWN COMPANY LOTS for J J sale cheap. MINERAL CITY business and residence lots for sale. rjrm'O NEW RESIDENCES for sale or rent. SPLENDID RETAIL BUSINESS for sale. UTX. Ummi reason tor selling. QNE OF THE BEST BUSINESS HOUSES in the city for sale, .dendid dwelling lots In Geoff rion'a Luee- ro's and iBuena Vista Co's. Additions. There is tully one hundred per cent, protit in these lots as an investment within the next six months. A splendid residence, grounds, furniture, all complete lor a home. Call and sue. ror sale, one dairy and gardening farm very cheap, two miles from the city, Two desirable four room eottnges, with good stone cellars each : one on Main and other on th street, at a bargain. Will rent for f per cent, on the investment. One hotel furnished comnlete. Hum nil the business it can accommodate. One hotel paying :i per cent, on the Invest ment. Business house and lot on Hnili-mul i venue that rents by the year for ;!U per cent, on in vestment. A splendid new residence, tl rooms. Ints. renting for :15 per cent. 011 investment. Price ?t,nuu. Business house and lot on Railroad avenin- at a bargain, renting for 55 per cent, on Invest ment. One of the best corner lota and business houses in the city for sale at a bargain. Call and see. One of the finest gardens In New Mexico. A rare chanco for a gardner and florist to make a fortune. 1 have for sale the most desirable bnsi 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 fiuuimniiig. I have for sale in Mills i Chuoiimn's nddlt inn to the Hot Springs; these lots will be sold cheap. 1 have bargains to offer on Main. Lincoln and Douglas streets, also on Zion Hill, that win pay lrom 4U to 00 per cent, on the invest ment. I have for sale the finest stock andfni niinL ranch in New Mexico, comminuting the inten tion of capitalist and colonist. Apply for par ticulars. I also have for sale several line stock rntiehea in the different portions of the Territory. 1TOH KENT. A number of desirable business houses nn the different business streets of the city, also ollices, restaurants and dwellings. If you want to rent property call. Jtememner that the best business chances arc always to be had by calling on J. J. Kl'I'ZCKllllkl.I. The live real estate agent, ollico on Grand avenue. A. P. BARItlEIt, HOUSE, JSIG-3NT AND- ORNAMENTAL PAINTER. Frescoing, Graining, Glazing, MARBLING, CALSOMINING, ETC. trSHOP EAST OF THE COUHT HOUSE. LAS VEGAS. FAMILY VEGETABLES I ONLY THE MOST Improved Varieties ! CUCUMBEKS. Fresh for Table Use or for Pickles, wholesale and retail. Get Yonr VeietalilGs Nice anfl Fresh OF J" olin Miller AT WKGNEU'S PLACE. 'nnca o nil qoí1 UoT.BÍmen7& Son's. ATTENTION! The Boston Cloth ing House is the only place in Lsis Vegas where you can get the Levi Strauss & Co pat ent copper riveted Duck & Denim cloth ing. 8-8-tf For ladies' dress goods go toT. Romero p q Cu OOll S. m;Hs(iq nt hnltnm th- cm nt N 1 i,.u ' Si's Railroad KlAwt si,le. " \n\n arfa iros.