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SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 1881. JEfiCIT COIXSttE. Thf Munificent dtKtiJlBud. Tet. A few weeks vQ we jiublished a de scription oí 'Jie now front of the Jesuit College, t aat t was proposed to erect at once. When the plans had been com pleted Charles Wheelock, the architect, was commissioned to prepare a new set of drawings for a much larger and finer structure. He has nearly completed the new plans, and has been asked by the Tresident of the College to have them ready as soon as possible that work may bo begun on the foundation at once. The plan of erecting a front to the old College buildings has been given up, and instead the new building will be entirely separate from them. It will be built thirty feet from the present College and immediately in front, f ac ing the east. . There will be a central building 51 feet front, 9 feet deep and CO feet highn with a mansard roof. It will be flanked by two wings, each two stories high with a mansard, and will be 58 feet deep. The entire length of the building will be 24j teet. lliorc will be two central towers, each 87 feet high and 18 feet square, and two corner towers 57 feet high and 18 feet square. Entrance will be made through each central tower, opening into corridors thirteen feet wide and communicating with halls twelve feet wide. Entrance to the wings is also made through the corner towers. An eight-foot verandah will run between the towers in front. The central building will contain the chapel on the first floor, that will be 48x90 feet and 18 feet high, and the choir gallery will be in front. There will be an entrance on each side, and one at the front and rear. The exhibi tion hall will be on the second floor and will be 48 by 00 feet, and 21 feet high, with galleries. Both this and the chapel will each have a seating capac ity of 800. There will be four entrances to the hall, and in case of fire there can be ten exits. Thoughout the building all outside doors are double and swing out, another good precaution in case of fire. The chapel and exhibition hall will be supported by cast iron columns and wrought iron beams and girders. The first floor of the south wing will contain the following rooms: School room 20 by 34 ft., another 20 by 31, and and a third 20 by 28, double parlor 20 by 33, music room 20 by 33 and janitor's room 9 by 20 ft. All the rooms on this floor will be 15 ft. high with a main hall twelve feet wide. In the second story will be a similar hall and the rooms are to be 14 ft. high. They will include an infirmary 23 by 24 ft. nd another 21 by 32, with a kitchen for the infirmary 11 by 21, Vice-President's parlor 1U by 20 ft., President's parlor 20 by 32 ft. and the President's room 10 ft. square; the library 21 by 20 ft., and a recitation room 17 by 21 ft. The north wing will be similar to the south wing, except in the arrangement of the rooms, and the first floor will have three school rooms, 20 by 44 feet, 20 by 44, and 20 by 28, laboratory 13 by 23, and school of physics 20 by 31 feet. On the second floor will be a school room.21 by 33, music room 21 by 28, wash room 15 by 21 and a study hall 35 by 56 feet, besides two rooms for the museum, each 10 feet square. The building will be of brick, with the corners and openings of white sand stone, and will present a fine appear ance.' It will be, when completed, one of the finest educational buildings in the west. A part of the work will be fin ished this season and the whole com pleted before many months. Friend of New Mexico. Through mistake Senator P. B. Plumb was made to say, in our interview with him published in yesterday's issue, that the members of the U. S. Senate and House of Representatives would volun tarily come together in the event of President Garfield's death. What we did intend to say, reporting the Senator faithfully, was that should any one at tempt to assassinate Vice President Arthur, or his safety bo imperiled, the two houses would cunvene of their own accord. -In asubsequent interview with the Senator, while apologizing for the error that was not noticed in season to rectify the mistake, and after the re ceipt of the alarming news concerning the condition of the President, the Sen ator referred to tho patriotic utterance of Senator Beck a few days ago, and said that in his opinion the democratic Senators would no doubt unite with the Republicans iu the election of a conser vative Republican as President pro tern of the Senate, who should become act ing Vice President in casé President Garfield should die. His opinion is that . probably Henry B. Anthony, Senator from Rhode Island, would be chosen President pro teni. Senator Plumb is greatly agitated over tho Indian question, and the last raids of the reds in the Territory. He will greatly interest himself in our be half, and will jcc that our interests are looked to. He says that betakes a great interest In New Mexico, as "there are many people from his State residing here, and many Kansas people areiden- tilled Hh y-ew Mexicrs interests. lie bt h' idle while rusticat5nS hero u , d9 carefully looked about and tiered information concerning our resources, lie left for Sprinirer last night and will be the guest of cx-Sena-tor Dorsey at his ranch at Apache, Col fax county, for several days. The prin cipal object of his visit is to inspect a number of stock ranges in northern New Mexico for friends who wish to make investment. His family remains at the Hot Springs until his return when he will probably go to the Black Range. The Mora Court. Tho court iu Mora county was the most important one held in that county for a long time. Both grand and petit juries were exceptionally good and the former found many indictments. The Sheriff had captured three of the per sons previously indicted for murder aníí'of these two were tried, one other taking- a change of renue to Colfax and a fourth '.indicted afterwards, taking a change to Taos. The old civil case of Samples vs. Samples was tried and resulted in a verdict for the defendant, Frank Sam ples. Another old case tried was that of Manuel Romas vs. Candelario Gonzales for forcible entry and detainer. Ver dict for plaintiff. The case of Pendane vs. Chaves was settled. All these cases were old ones, com menced over four or five years ago. In Orr & Lindsley vs. R. Romero judgment for $418. In Watkins & Gilliand vs. Romero, verdict f 98. In cases of same plaintiffs vs. A. L. Mane, the plaintiff's also obtained judg ment. Mack & Bergman vs. Mane, judg ment for $190. A number of the tax suits were set tled by payment, and in that against Straat & Bro. judgment was rendered, by default, for $23. The case of Montoya vs. Samora for the value of two burros occupied a very long time, being fought with a vigor and persistence entirely unproportioned to its intrinsic importance. After near ly a day of trial the jury disagreed. On the criminal side the case against Jose Manuel Martinez, who was in dicted early in 1877, but only lately ar rested, was tried. Though the evidence was slight, he was convicted in the fifth degree and sentenced to one year in Nebraska. Antonio Leon was tried for killing Edward Galloday, and after a long time acquitted. Santiago Bonney, Jose Chavez and Francisco Romero plead guilty to as sault and were respectively fined $100, $75, and $10. Francisco Gonzales plead guilty to petit larceny, and hav ing been in jail for over three months was fined $50. Owing to information the indictments against Seyeriano Martinez had to be quashed. Juan Jose Hartado was tried for carrying arms and acquitteed. Juan Lucero, well known lor years as a chronic stealer of cattle, was tried for taking a horse of Manuel Manzana nares and found guilty. This was the most important conviction lor a ions: time. This man and his brother hav inerbeen notorious as the "Twins" for over a dozen years. The judge gave him the full benefit of the law, impris onment for five years. Colonel Breed en acted as Attorney General, Major Sena as interpreter of the court and John Florence as inter preter to the grand jury. Judge Prince appointed Pedro Val dez of Cebolla, A. J. Calhoun and Jus tus S. Smith as jury commissioners. The court adjourned Saturday night. The Indians. The Indians are reported to be in Old Mexico, but it is said that there is a big trail leading out from that country and they are no doubt heading for this Tor ritory again. The last that was heard from them was in the neighborhood of Willow Springs, twelve miles southeast of the Eureka mining district in the southwestern corner of New Mexico, where there were several brushes with the reds and the troops, in which the former got the best of the regulars. Gentlemen just up from the southern country state that it is reported on what is considered reliable authority that Judge McComas and three miners were killed by the Indians in tho Viclorio mining district not far from Doming, cni'BCII SERVICES. ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL. There will bo service at the Episcopa church this morning, at the usual hour, eleven o'clock. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services to-day at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The public are invited to take part in the public worship. BAPTIST CHAPEL. Services at the Baptist chapel at the usual hours, morning and evening. M. E. CHURCH. There will be preaching at the M. E church to-day, at 11 a. m. and at 7J p. m., by Plios. Harwood. All are most cordially invited to attend. The firemen are getting down to bus iness.' They are making arrange ments for active work in case their ser vices are needed. The boys are ener getic and will make afine display as soon as they become able to purchase a a proper outfit and uniforms. ' PERSONAL. J. P. Hopper went down the road on business. II. S. Swope came over from Santa Fe yesterday. Arthur Dorsey, of St. Louis, is at the St. Nicholas. B. Coflman went to Wallace on busi ness yesterday. Wm. II. Moore wa3 over from Wat- rous yesterday. Rev. Murphey went up to Raton on business yesterday. Judge L. Bradford Prince came in from Mora yesterday. F. L. Strong, of Emporia, Kansas, is registered at the St. Nicholas. L. J. Richards, oi -Anthony, Kansas, is registered at the Sumner House. N. E. Stevens, of the Leayenworth Times, came up froin Albuquerque yes terday. V W. H. Phillips, manager of the eat ing houses along the jlino of the road, came down yesterday. J. D. Brown came) up from Lamy Junction yesterday the Sumner House. vnd registered at Miss Madeline Patt ?n, of Little Rock, has arrived in the cii and will teach the Presbyterian 1 .exican Mission School, beginning next month. W. H. Sears and P. M. Wright, of Macon, Missouri, arri ed on yesterday's train. They will I in town several days looking at the c ,y and surround ings. : J. C. Churchill and wife will go out to Mineral City to-day. Jack is one of the leading lights of the camp. If you don't believe it just follow him for about eight miles over those mountains once. Col. Houston, of Larned, Ks., and Lieutenant-Governor Finney, of Kan sas, who have been water-bound in So corro, where they went to examine some mining properties in which they are interested, returned home yester day. Mrs. Demarais and daughter, Miss Josefita Demarais, returned yesterday from La Cueva, in Mora County, whither they had gone to attend the closing exercises of St. Mary's College at Mora on the 24th inst. Master Miguel Demarais, who had been in at tendance at the school the past year, accompanied them home for his vaca tion. Col. M. G. Gillette, the old Com- stocKer. wno is neavuy interest eu in Black Range mines, came up yesterday and went out to the Hot Springs, where his family have been rusticating for several weeks. , He will go east on im portant business. The outlook in the Range was never better, but work has been interfered with for some time ow ing to the presence of the Indians. U. S. Senator Alvin Saunders, of No braska, formerly Territorial Governor of Nebraska, and identified with the progress and development of that State, passed through this city yester day on his way to Denver, where he will join his family, and then return to his home in Omaha. He will stop off at Springer and visit ex-Senator S. W Dorsey at his ranche. His son Charles, a talented young law student of the Columbia Law School, who has been spending his vacation in the west with his father, stopping off in this city for a day and is the guest of his old friend and schoolmate Mr. C. C. Gise OAZETTE OI.EAXIXGN. Billy's saloon and free lunch had a liberal patronage last night. The building of the Hook and Ladder company was begun yesterday. An interesting resume of the Mineral Hill mining prospects will be found on the inside. A foot race between Charley Stewart and John Carpenter will come off on the base ball grounds between 2 and p. m. Tuesday. l lie nrst train irom Albuquerque in nine days came up yesterday three hours late by schedule time. The train kept on as the regular Atlantic ex press. Jack Barrett, proprietor of the Pio neer bootblack stand on the east side, is up to the times. He is a regular sub, scriber of the Daily Gazette and is up with the times in all other respects. Col. Ed. Haren, General Western Agent of the A., T. & S. F., telegraphs that the excursion of members of the American Pharmaceutical Association that has been holding its convention in Kansas City, will reach here about 1 i t a i m o ciock io-uay. ine excursion win 2:0 on to Santa Fe and stop here on its re turn. The Kansas City papers report that between 150 and 200 members will come out on this trip. Gen. L. E. Sheldon, who has the honor of being the Governor of the Ter ritory, passed through yesterday on his return to the Capital. He left for Washington immediately after the at tempt to assassinate President Garfield, and has been absent nearly two months. Whilo he has been absent the Indians have been ravaging tho Territory and the presence of the Governor was greatly needed. He returns now and says that he is determined to protect our people. We only hope that he may carry out this noble resolve. The Baffle. ' The raffle for the piano came off at Locke's hall last night. A large num ber from East and West Las Vegas were present. The raffling commenced at 1 o'clock and was carried forward without delay. Father Pefííone wasthe lucky man. His number thrown was 44 out of a possible 54. An advertisement announcing-th e opening of the Las Vegas Academy will be found in another column. Any number of pupils can be provided for at this excellent institution of learning. Prof. A. H. Bach, a thorough musician, will take charge of the department of music, and is prepared to begin imme diately to give instructions, visiting the residences of pupils for this purpose. One of Lockhart& Co's. teams ran away yesterday in East Las Vegas. A little Mexican boy, who happened to bo in the wagon at the time, narrowly es caped being killed. The little fellow showed good grit as he held on to the lines until he T?as jolted clear back into the rear portion of the box. The horses ran furiously, but luckily for the boy the wagon did not upset. After several squares had been passed a man on horseback succeeded in overtaking the team and stopping it. Attention. Tho new Delmonico restaurant in East Las Vegas near Mendenhall, Hun ter & Co's. stables will open up on Tuesday morning next with the delica cies or tne season, lhe nungry ana the fastidious publio will eoyern them selves accordingly. Tho house is first- class and meals will be served from bills of fare. Rohrer whiskey, ten years old, 2 cents a drink, at Billy's. Exchange Hotel. The Exchange Hotel, tn the plaza, under the excellent management of Jack Gehegan, is recovering its old time prestege, and now has an excellent run of custom. Situated as it is, so convenient to the business portion of the Avest side, travelers ana business men prefer t stop there, particularly when the accommodations are so supe rior. .8-27-lm Attention. The now Delmonico restaurant in East Las Vegas near Mendenhall, Hun ter & Co s. stables will open up on Tuesday morning next with the delica cies of the season. The hungry and the fastidious will govern themselves accordingly. The house is first-class and meals will be served from bills o fare. California Clothing Furiiisliini: Goods at and Gents' lsidor Stern's. A new and beautiful stock of carpets to se lect from at lsidor Stern's. Honfrhton's Biff I'lnniblng Shop. The dear people are respectfully re quested to bear in mind that O. L. Houghton has the only complete and large stock of plumbing and gas fitting jjuuus 111 mis great cuy, auu, mat ne is thoroughly prepared with first-class workmen and a fully equipped shop to do all suck wrork at tho lowest prices, as he has bought his material from the manufacturers at New York and has paid cash for it. He is in the business on the correct basis, and proposes to stay in it, and "cutting" and cheap prices hath no terrors for him, and don't you forget it, if you please. Attention. I no new ueimonico restaurant in Last Las Vegas near Mendenhall, Hun ter & Co's. stables will open up on Tuesday morning next with the delica cies of the season. The hungry and the fastidious public will govern them selves accordingly, lhe house is first class and meals will be served from bills of fare. Passengers for White Oaks. Any one desiring to go to the While Oaks can apply to W. II. Tuttle. at the St. Nicholas Hotel. Easy buggy and good team, w in start to-morrow. 8-27-2t Mr. L. G. Burr has moved his stock of goods from the Hot Springs to town. He has opened up in good style and will endeavor to please everybody. Ho will be found just back of T. Romero building, j .' s - Wanted Immediately, A good coat maker and tailor Good situation and good wages Apply at once to 8-22-tf - F. LeDuc North Side Plaza. Stoves on the Plaza. I wo carloads of stoves and stove goods were ordered by C. Blanchard from Quincy and St. Louis, as also a large amount of shelf and heavy hard ware. 1 ins, added to his heavy stock of general merchandise, will make one of the most complete stores in New Mexico. Mr. Blanchard is well and favorably known throughout New Mexico as an old and reliable merchant, who takes pride in keeping only first-class goods llis past record of 18 year's experience is ottered to the public as a guarantee or giving satistaction to all. o-ao-lw Attention. 1 ne new ueimonico restaurant in Last Las Vegas near Mendenhall, Hun ter cv Co s. stables will open up on Tuesday morning next with tho delica cies of the season. The hungry and the fastidious public will govern them selves accordingly. The house is first class and meals will bo served from bills of fare. Tho traveling public will find every thing first-class at the Grand View Ho tel. New Potatoes if 2. 75 per hundred at E. Germain & Co., El Paso, Texas.7-24-lm Fresh butter milk from the churn, brought in every morning from the ranch, at Billy's. 5-31tf Wanted-For SaTe-For Rent-lost WANTEI Chambermaid and waiter im mediately at tho Grand View Hotel, , 8-tf WANTED A porter, who is able to cook, at Billy's saloon. Enquire at once. 8-2S-U "VI TANTED. Si x masons, immediately. TV Ply to M J Cnviinauffh, East Las vein 8-24-fw us. WANTED. A good barber. Credit. Apply to Jucfd 8-23-tf- W ANTED. Six or cifrht good Apply to J. B. Buker. carpenters. tt-23-tf "7ANTED. Fifteen Rood carpenters. In Y T quire at Lockhart & Co's. 8-6-tf WANTED. Two or three number one plan ing mill bench hands. Nona but first class need apply. AtWootten's planing mill, Also a good machine man. 4-22-tf TTOR SALE One pair of American horses. I buiriry and harness; cattle or Bheep taken in payment. Apply at this office. 8-20-tf IOR SALE A nearly new Waters piano for L sale 011 easy terms or payments. A. O. ROBBIN8 T70R SALE. The old St Louis lot. In East JL? Las Vegas. Price, f 2,500. inquire or u R. Browning. . UB1SLKU. ' Socorro, N. M. TOR SALE. 1.000 imm-oved ewes with Xj lambs delivered at Wugon Mound or Ver- luejo. For further particulars inquire or . j UttMlNtiU N. HAUA, ANTONIO D. BACA. 6-9-tf Uppor Las Vegas. TOR RENT. Baca Hall, for balls, parties. r entertainments, lectures, etc. For terms apply to Will C Burton, Agent and Manager. "TTOR RENT. The drug store- IntheWesche JL! building on the plaza, at present occupied by F. E. Herbert, is for rent. Appiy to tne proprietor. C. E. WESCHE. -;io-tt. Wanted! Wanted! Wanted! C-t tT fff In County Warrants, SAVj,V7JVJfor which the highest cash price will be paid. Apply to J. J. Fitz- gerrell. the live real estate agent 8-7-tf Notice. I hereby give notice that I have had no au thorized agents since the 15th of August. 1S81 and persons are warned not to sell cattle or stock of any kind to. men claiming to be such, witnout a written oruer trom me. 8-28-tf G. J. HAYWOOD. DiuNOlntion Notice. Notice is hereby given that tho partnershi heretofore existing between J. D. Wolf an W. H. Putman is this day dissolved. J. D. Wolf will continuo the business at the old stand, collect all outstanding bills due the late nrm ana pay an claims against tne same. tt-SJ-ZW j. u. WULF. FAIRVIEW HOTEL, 3VX liiornl O it y, TOT. JVC. Finest mountain resort in tho west. Good accommodations; barbershop and billiard ball in connection. Fine mountain scenery. Good fishing and hunting trout, grouse, turkey, deer, bear, elk, etc. in abundance. The mines are near at hand and of good quality. Best place in New Mexico for capitalists, sports men and tourists. ( APT. W. E. HEAR0N, Proprietor. SEND ill YOUR job Work TO THE W I GAZETTE THIS IS WHAT MIGHT BE CALLED BETWEEN THE SEASONS AND A COMPLETE lull D O J To be in readiness and to have suilicient room For Fall Goods Is What We are Contemplating. Tf you are In need of Summer Wearing Ap parel now is the time to benefit yourselves by tho general REDUCTION OF PRICES ! The reduction in Ludios' Summer Dress Goods and Gents' Light Weight Clothing will bo of Special interest to you. Railroad Avenue, East Lus Vegas. Ice cold C-C-tf Budweiscr beer at Billy's. For cheap hardware go & Co's. to Lockhart 2-lltf Champagne cocktails 25 cents, at Bil ly's. 7-14-tf Just received at Theo. Itutenbeck's, a nice lot of filigree jewelry. 8-10-tf Grand I.nnch every Saturday night at the Exchange aloon. 4-21-tf A New ftentlat. Remember that Dr. P. A. Ames, a graduate of the Maryland Dental Col lege of Baltimore, will locate here in about six weeks for the practice of his profession. 8-25-10t Ladies slippers at greatly reduced prices at lsidor Stern's. J.J.FITZGERRELL, THE LIVE REAL ESTATE Las Vegas, N. M. J. J. Fitzirerrell. the live real esLute mini. has for sale a large number of fine business and desirable residence lots In different parts of the new and old portions of tho city. Par ties seeking investments in real estate, busi ness chances, business and dwelling bouses, should call on Fitzgerrcll; he can accommo date them. $750 ing Douglas WILL BUY one of the finest lots In the center of the town front- ng Douglas and Main Streets. Lot Tx,-.,fl feet. Most elegantly situated. IP? "V DOLLARS will buy a splendid uUv new residence, six rooms, two lots froutlnir on Maine Street. Rents for IO per month. w ix.ii r.Ai MAistir, rarms ana town proper ty in Kansas and Illinois for real estate in Las V egas. EIGHT ROOM adobe house, handsome grounds, elegantly finished from the kitchen to tho parlor. Ready for housekeeping. Will sell at a sacrifice. - (f DOLLARS will buy choleo lots on 1UU Prospect Avenue and Center rine Street, on tne mil. -Q ftf DOLLARS will buy by áL 9 9 9 warrantee deed a first class tattle ranche that will rango a,0O0 head of cattle. - -I f f DOLLARS will Imv a house eon-JL-LVJl tniningslx rooms. Lot Mxtí. Routs now for fOO a month. This property is elegantly situated. " Qrrpr DOLLARS will buy a four room aÚ t fj housr, good location. THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS will buya grant of 9tt,(i00 acres; ono of the best cattle ranges in tho Territory. FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS will buy a fine stock, dairy and farming ranuh. ncur the city. WANTED A competent miller; steady sit uation. Married men preferred. Good wages. Apply to J. J. Fitzgerrcll, the Live Real Estate man. 8-:ío-t HOTEL FOR SALE OR RENT. For partic ulars apply to J. J. Fitzgerrell. O 3 ríí WILL BUY BY WARRAN ?(pDVJ KJyJ TEE DEED live miles of living water controlling 100 square miles of the finest range on tho Pecos river. Cull and see plat. C1 pT A month for ten months will pay fur iiPJLO a choice lot centrally located and fronting two streets. A Pt C buy a new three room J heuse and two lots near thoruil- road depot and round house. O buy two very desirable busi- ifff fj J J ness lots between the two towns. Cii) f f will buy a choice corner lot front ín aU J J ing on Eighth Street. H-3-t f k)í if( Heu ot sheep for sale aU J 1 J J J Wethers, ewes and lambs. FOR SALE. -Two of the best mining claims and a one-fourth interest in one of the best developed mines In the Mineral Hill mining camp. - v., BUENA VISTA TOWN COMPANY LOTS f or sale cheap. MINERAL CITY business and residenci lots for sale. 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 Geoffrlon's Luce ro's and Buena Vista Co's. Additions. There is fully one hundred per cent, profit in thes lota as an investment within tho next six months. A splendid residence, grounds, furniture, all complete for a home. Call and sue. For sale, one dairy and gardening farm very cheap, two miles from the city, One hotel furnished complete, Has nil the business it can accommodute. Business house and lot on Railnmd avenue that renta by tho year for 50 per cent, on in vestment. One Of ho best corner lots anil business houses in the city for sale Ht a bargain. Cull and see. One of the finest gardens In New Mexico. A rare chance for a gurdner and florist to make a fortune. I have residence property and lots for sale in all parts of the city. Examine my list bei'oro purchasing. I have for sale in Mills & Chapman's addition to the Hot Springs; theso 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 00 per cent, on the invest ment. I have for salo the finest stock and farming ranch in New Mexico, commanding the atten tion of capitalist and colonist. Apply for par ticulars. I also have for sale several fine stock ranches in the different portions of the Territory. FOR RENT. A number of desirable business houses on the different business streets of the cii v. nl.xu oliiees, restaurants and dwellings. If you want to rent property call. Remember that tho best business chances are always to bo had by calling on J. J. FlTZGKKUKI.I, The live real estate agent, ollice on Grand uvenuo. A. P. BARRIER, HOUSS, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER. Frescoing, Graining, Glazing, MARBLING, CALSOMINING, ETC. íSHOP EAST OF THE COURT HOUSE, LAS VEGAS. FAMILY VEGETABLES ! ON'LY THE MOST Improved Varieties ! CUCUMBERS, Fresh for Table Use or for Pickles, wholesale and retail. Get YonrVesetatiles Nice ani Fresh OF tF o la xx MCillexr AT WKQNER'S PLACE. Harness and sad dlery at T. Romero & Son's. ATTENTION! Tie Boston Cloth ing House is the only place in Las Vegas where you can get the Levi Strauss & Co pat ent, copper riveted Duck & Denim cloth ing. J3-3-tf For ladies' dress goods go to T. Romero & Son's. Beautiful fans at Charles llfeld's. \n\n a a iros.