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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1881. UAXETTK OI.EAXIXGft. Coal is now being shipped from Raton . Potter & Co. are building a business house west of the St. Nicholas. (Jovernor Sheldon will open the Ter ritorial Exposition at Albuquerque. J. Kirby has opened dental rooms on Zion hill. He inserts a card in another column. Judge. McComas of St. Louis who was reported killed by Indians is safe and sound in St. Louis. An important land grant case in New Mexico will come up for consideration at the next session of Congress. Marcus & Clemm are moving a large stock of goods into the newly refitted room formerly occupied by Maitland & Co. After having experienced a series of calamities in the shape of very serious washouts, the A. & P. R.R. is now open for travel again. The number of cases that will be dis M)sed of at this term of court in Colfax county will be few. Court opened Tuesday morning. It is whispered that a gentleman well known in Las Vegas is to be elected to a professorship in one of the tirst edu cational institutions in ' the United States. George H. Nettleton, whom many hoped to see appointed General Mana ger of the A. T. & S. F. R. 11. has be come Land Commissioner of the Ft. Scott & Gulf R. R. Judging from the letter from our cor respondent at Ft. Worth, published on the second page, the A. T. & S. F. boys who go to the Texas & Paeitic lind many "bid acquaintances. The head piece from the top of a dressing bureau belonging to T. F: Chapman, was stolen from the St. Nicholas Hotel Tuesday night. Petty thieving is becoming quite frequent of late. Messrs. Marwede, Brumley & Co. the enterprising hardware men on Bridge Street now have the agency for the Etna Powder Co. and an; prepared to supply the trade with any quantity de sired of this superior powder. Santa Fe talks of organizing an inde pendent military company and between thirty-live and forty young men hold themselves in readiness to join the or ganization. A meeting to organize the company will shortly be held. Albuquerque has organized a musical association, with Prof. Eppstein as dir ector. A concert will be given during the Territorial Exposition, when "Pin aforo" will be presented. Owing to washouts, the Albuquerque people have probably just heard of "Pina fore.1 The A. T. & S. F. R. R. has resumed the sale of through tickets over the line at Kansas City and Atchison, that was discontinued on account of interruption in travel from washouts. Monday's train from Kansas City, tnat passed here yesterday, was the lirst for which through tickets had been sold. Messrs. H. Romero & Bro. brought up from their ranch at Corazón live wagon loads of the largest and linest watermelons to be found anywhere. Some of the watermelons weigh from thirty to thirty-seven pounds. This shows that a little attention will raise anything in New Mexico. Tom Hughes, editor of the Albit querque Journal, is the most ingenious fellow in drumming up outstanding bills. He makes a most pathetic ap peal for all to pay up alleging that he needs all the money he can raise to take him back to Kansas where he is to deliver an address before the Marshall county fair in that State. The hope expressed by Senator Plumb in the time of the darkest gloom at the White House, as published in the Gazette, appears to have had the ef fect of allaying the fears of many. Al though few remarks were made about it on t he day of publication of the inter view with the Senator yet men are con stantly referring to it in conversation, the President's condition being now the principal topic of conversation. Articles.of incorporation of the Raton Coal and Coke Company have been tiled. The incorporators are Wm. 15. Strong, President of the A., T. & S. F. R. R.; C. C. Wheeler, General Mana ger of the road, Frank Springer, Frank R. Sherwdn and E. L. Sheldon. The company includes active and energetic men, who will push matters and devel op the vast coal lields of the Raton Mountains, and put an excellent qual ity of coal on the market at low fig ures. Mr. E. L. Sheldon, proprietor of the News and Press of Cimarron, has sold the paper and otliee to George F. Canis of the Gazette. The paper will here after be published by Canis & Hender son, Mr. Thomas Henderson, the other member of the firm, having besen fon man of the News and Press ollico for a number of years, and was at one time one of the publishers. It is the inten tion of the new proprietors to move the newspaper oflice to Raton as soon as a suitable building can be erected. Rteaui Fewer. The Gazette this morning is the first paper ever printed in New Mexico by steam power. She is always in the lead, first in point of time of the Terri torial press and first in excellence as a newspaper. To establish a daily paper in New Mexico, carry a full Associate Press telegraphic report, canvass the whole Territory and work up a circula tion winch necessitates steam power, is a herculean undertaking which requires courage, unending work, patience and all the cardinal virtues united to vim, vinegar, vitriol and backbone. With out each and every one of these requi sites it would need to do this thing a plethoric bank account. For this tri umph we are not unmindful of the fact that the Gazette is published in Las Vegas, a town noted lor the liberality and wonderful enterprise of her citi zens. These qualities make good news papers and build large cities, and to them we look for that nourishment which will make the paper keep pace with the greatness of the town. Mr. W. S. Pratt, a civil engineer who has been spending several months in Socorro, in the neighborhood of which he has mining interests, passed cast yes terday. He will take a month's rest in and around New York. Mr. Pratt re lates a queer incident of his residence in New Mexico. He is a graduate of the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale College, and was a member of the Freshman crew that rowed in the inter-collegiate regatta at Springfield, Mass., in During regatta week he became acquainted with a young col lege man who was greatly interested in boating, and they sat side by side ata banquet given the boating men at the conclusion of the regatta. They be came very good friends, but after the festivities they lost sight of one another. Roth graduated in due course of time at the respective colleges at which they were entered, and this summer they met again in New Mexico for the first time since parting at Springfield, and the old acquaintance renewed. Sufficient encouragement having been held out, it is not improbable that a home company, composed of citizens of Trinidad, Colfax county, Mora county and Las Vegas will build the railroad from Pueblo to Las Vegas over the route that has been so often desig nated in these columns as one of the most feasible projects yet mapped out in the west. There are many industrial schemes under consideration in Colfax county, with large capital ready to back them, that wjll have a large influ ence in inducing capitalists to sub scribe to the stock of a company that will be formed to build a railroad through the county and more con venient than the A. T. &. S . F. Mineral Hill Noten. A vein of superior coal was discov ered on the bank of Blue Canyon creek one mile from Mineral City on the 2Gth inst. Since the rain has ceased the miners of the Blue Canyon district are display ing their confidence by earnest work on their mines. There is plenty of the material that earnest work turns into wealth in the Blue Canyon district and earnest work isbeing done. S. J. The New Mexican says that Gov. Sheldon has been working hard while East and has devoted much time to the demonstration of the fact that New Mexico is the proper location for a branch mint, which will undoubtedly be built somewhere within the Territo ry embraced in Arizona and New Mex ico. The location here, as central to Old Mexico, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Southern Colorado, presents itself at a glance as peculiarly advan tageous." (Jovernor Sheldon has directed the organization of an independent military company at Chloride in the Black Ranges ami arms, accoutrements and ammunition will be forwarded soon. The company will be mustered in as volunteers, should (Jovernor Shields deem it necessary to order it on duty outside the limits of Socorro county. The (Jovernor desires the enlistment of only such men as will, in case of an emergency, bo willing to go anywhere in the Territory; but when serving in their county they cannot receive pay and supplies the same as United States regular troops. ExploNlon. Last evening, during the progress of a prayer-meeting at the Baptist chapel, an explosion frightened the people badly, and broke up the meeting. An oil lamp standing on the pulpit was jarred from the stand and fell to the platform, smashing it and communicat ing the fire to the inflammable material that caused not a little excitement. Mrs. Ward, one oí the worshipers, fainted, but was revived in a short time. With the assistance of a passer-by, those present were able to extinguish the llames. Little damage was caused. Ex-Senator S. W. Dorsey declares his intention of becoming a citizen of New Mexico. He is through with public life and will hereafter devote himself to his stock interests in Colfax county. He has evidently done what Henry Clay threatened to do, to " lind midst my Hocks and herds, and in the bosom of my family, thatcontentinentthat I have not always found in the walks of public life." PEMOSAL. Smith Irwin is down from Raton. F. L. Strong, of Emporia, is in town. Col. Gillette left for the Black Bange j yesterdaj'. Mrs. Chas. Jewett went over to Santa Fe yesterday. W. II. Moore came over from Wat rous yesterday. Mrs. James Farmer was up from Sulzbacher yesterday. Dick Coleman, the best track-layer in the West, is in the city. Mrs. W. G. Gillett and daughter are registered at the St. Nicholas Hotel. J. L. Leavitt went to Socorro yester day. He has been in the city for seve ral weeks. Senator P. B. Plumb and faniily.after spending a week at the Hot Springs, have gone to Santa Fe. Paul B. Du Chaillu, the African ex plorer now "doing" the Territory, is at present in the Taos valley. Greenville Cunningham, of Danville, Va., is registered at the Sumner House. Mr. Cunningham is a newspaper man and will likely stop awhile in our city. Myer Friedman left yesterday on an extended business and pleasure trip in the East. He will visit several of the Atlantic coast pleasure resorts before returning. C. O. Smith, brother of Deputy Col lector C. B. Smith, of this city, passed through yesterday en route to Santa Fe. He has been East on a several months visit. Gen. M. T. Thomas returned to Al buquerque yesteiday. He visited this city on business connected with the fair, and expresses himself as well pleased with the results of his trip. He will be here again in a few weeks. Mr. W. J. Sharp, Chief Train Dis patcher of the Southern division, left yesterday on a month's vacation. He goes first to visit his mother at Sarnia, Ontario, and will then go to Cape May and the Atlantic cities. Mr. Sharp has earned a rest, much longer than he is to have the advantage of, for during the season of washouts he remained almost constantly at his post and put in hard work most manfully. We wish him a right jolly time. Mrs. M. Cosgrove and family will start east on to-day's train. The child ren will enter school at Albia, Iowa, and they. will likely be gone several years. Mr. Cosgrove will remain here to attend to his mail contracts. ThejT will be missed in the society of Las Vegas, but as they go east for the pur pose of obtaining better school facilities the loss will have to be patiently born until they return. Hon. Rob'ti G. Strahan, State Sena tor of New York, one of the most stal wart of the Stalwarts, is resting in Col fax county. He will spend a month in the northern part of the Territory mak ing the most of the unsurpassed hunt ing and fishing in that region. With him are also Major Fassitt, a promi nent New Yorker who always makes friends and who is an enthusiastic hunter and fisherman, and General II. Tremaine a talented lawyer of New York City. Prof. John Robertson returned on yesterday from an extended trip through the mining districts. He was accompanied by Mr. P. Taylor, an English mining expert, who represents a big mining company of London. They went as far south as the Hatchet Mountains, where they examined some mining properties, as also in the Cer rillos district, White Oaks, and the Gal linas Mountains. On account of the delay of trains they came direct from the Oaks. It is not improbable that Mr. Taylor's visit may be the means of interesting English capitalists in this Territory. Mr. George H. Sweet of the Galveston Journal of Commerce is yet in the city. He expects to go to-day from here to Santa Fe and then to Albuquerque. He does not wish to be understood as rep resenting the Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe road officially, but unofficially he is here for the purpose of getting data for that road as well as others. He assures us that the road will be built and that construction will go forward steadily and constantly. We shall take occasion from time to time to more fully elabo rate the advantages of this road to New Mexico, the building of which Mr. Sweet assures us is a certainty. Captain A. G. Stark has entered into partnership, with J. W. Love in hay, grain, produce and general commission business. They are both fine business men and understand fully the de mands of trade here. Mr. Love will re main in Kansas principally to buy and ship and Mr. Stark will look after the business at this end of the line. A Santa Fe man who recently spent u day in Las Vegas, says there is not by any means as much- life there as here. From his account the thrift of that town, is pincipally on paper. New Mexican. It is nonsense to attempt to answer other than by simply denying that the Santa Fe man's judgment is bad. Tho thrift of Las Vegas may be on paper, but that paper is negotiable for its face value. , The "Aztec" mine at Elizabethtown. in Colfax county will be started up to day. Superintendent Wright will work three shifts, and states that he will rush forward the work of development. A Xcw Departure. Messrs. Marceleno & Eoffa, the en terprising fruit, dealers of East and West Vegas, in addition to their pres ent business, are about to - embark in a new enterprise. They have ordered an extensive and well assorted stock of musical instruments, instruction books, sheet music, pianos and organs. As this is a much needed institution in our midst we predict for them a liberal pat ronage from our citizens. Their new stock will be found in the Rosenwald Block, in the room lately occupied by the San Miguel National Bank, as will be seen by their advertisement in another column. i ' Las Vegas should .have a Board of Trade. Our citizens should move in this matter, and such an organization should be started at once. Among other things needed is an accurate building record, giving the number of buildings erected, and amounts expended in con structing them during the past year. A review of the city's business should also be prepared. All things are indis pensable when efforts. are being made to secure the construction of an import ant railroad in the Territory. Charles H.. Marsh, taxidermist of Cimarron has a number of mounted specimens of the birds of New Mexico on exhibition atE. W. Sebbens' store on the east side. The work is beautifully done and persons who desire to secure specimens should examine them. Mr. Marsh will furnish skins and mounted specimens of the birds and animals of New Mexico to order. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. Those desiring to make exhibits at the Fair at Albuquerque, should send in their applications for space and the en tries they will make early, so as to have them properly exhibited and avoid con fusion. Bell & Co., the plaza grocer. are con stantly getting new goods, and are as busy as nailers. A Sew cntlat. 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. 8-25-1 Ot HOTEL AKIUVAI.S. ST. NICHOLAS. S. Lund r.4, Trinidad; Gust Meyor, St. Louis; F. L. Strong, Emporia; Mrs. W. 0. Gillett and (laughter, Ohio. HUMNElt HOUSE. Smith Irwin. Raton; Greenville Cunning ham, Danville. Vu.; K. II. Longwill, Santa Fe: James Dougherty, Mora. DKPOT HOTEL Chits. T. Parsons, ; Fred Schafler, Chi cago; J. W. Hannan, Kansas; J, Kile and wife, ; James Fahey, Albuquerque; L. H. Blyth, Glen Mora; II. C. Blyth, Glen Mora; 'A. W. Perry, Chicago; E. Hook, Leavenworth: Miss Cora Hook, Leavenworth. J. W. RUMSEY'S -NEW- Meat Market The Finest in town. Is always supplied with the best the market affords. Courteous treat ment guaranteed to all. SOU I H SIDE OF PLAZA, LAS VEGAS. LAS VEGAS ACADEMY. THREE DEPARTMENTS ACADEMIC, PRE PARATORY AND PRIMARY. Classes in German ana ypnnisn under com petent teachers. Fall term begins on Monday, September 5. TUITION STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. Hy the your in any department Í2). Ily the term of twelve weeks, Academic, $10 Preparatory. 8; Primary. 7. Ily the month, Academic, $1.50: Preparatory, ;); Primary, JS.50. PROF. A. H. BACH, Graduate of tlio Conservatory of music at Munic (Havaria) and late Professor of Music in Howling Green (K'y.) Female College, will tiike charge of the department of music. Les sons will be given on the piano or organ, and in vocal culture and theory. For terms and particulars inquire of Prof, llaeh, at Mrs, Judge Hubbells. or P. O. box :207.. Terms for tho crinan and Spanish classes win oe given nerearrer. W. II. ASHLEY, Pres. THEWESTSIDE SALOON. TTTJST 03P232J-33ID. The best brands of Wines, Liquors, Tobacco und Cigars constantly on hand. Also a full line of canned goods OYSTERS & LUNCH Rear of T. Romero's building. L. (J. BURR, Propr. OYSTER BAY RESTAURANT. Open day and night. FIRST CLASS MEALS TWENTY-FIVE CT'8 Everything new, nice and neat. GEORGE BARTON, Manager. anted-For Sale-For Rent-lost. WANTED A metwenger boy at the West ern Union Telegraph office. 8-31-tf WANTED A porter, who la Me to cook, at Billy's saloon. Enquire at onoe. S-SS-lt WANTED. Six masons. Immediately. Ap ply to, M J Cavanaugb, East La Vibran. S-24-Iw WANTED. A good barbrr. Credit. Apply to Jiidd S-SMf WANTED. Six or eight g-ood carpenter. Apply to J. B. Baker. -Hf WANTED. Fifteen good carpenter. In quire at Lockhart Co's. 8-6-tf WANTED. Two or three number one plan ing mill bench htinds. None bnt Unit clans i) red apply. At Wootteu' plañí? mill. Also good machine mun. 4-22-tf I?OR SaLE One pair of American hornea, r buggy and harnean; cattle or sheep taken in payment. Apply at thin ollico. S-20-tf L"OR SALE A nearly new Waters plnno for L KHMMtn easy terms oi payments. A. O. HOBniNS. T710R SALE. The old St. Louis lot, in East A; vegas, mee, $,!uo. impure or C. K. Browning. F. G eisi.kr, 7-23-tf Socorro, N. M. TiMHt SALE. 1.000 improved ewes with X; lambs delivered at Wagon Mound or Ver- mejo. For further particulars inquire of mm i is uu . mal; a, ANTONIO D. 11ACA. .M-tf Upper Las Vegan. FOR KENT. Baca Hall, for balls, parties, entertainments, lectures, etc. For terms apply to Will C Burton, Agent and Manager. FOR RENT. The dnig store In tho West-he building on the plaza, at present occupied by F. E. Herbert, Is for rent. Apply to the proprietor. C. E. WESCHE. twm-tt. Notice -to Contractors. Sealed bids will be received at my office up to 7 o'clock p. m.. Monday. Sept. 5th. for the construction of ' a one-story brick residence and a one-story brick wool house, for J. Rosen- waiu ii Co. Plans and snecincatlons to bo seen at my office. The right is reserved to reject any or ail was. CHAS. WHfcEL,UJK, Architect. FAIRVIBW HOTEL, Mineral City, 3M". 2VT, Finest mountain resort in the west. Good accommodations; barber shop and billiard hall in connection. Fine mountain scenery. Good Ashing 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 capitalisits, sports men anil tourists. CAPT. W. E. HEAR0N, Proprietor. SEND YOUR JOB WORK TO THE GAZETTE THIS IS WHAT MIGHT BE CALLED BETWEEN THE SEASONS AND A COMPLETE Mlfiltt To be in readiness and to have sufficient room For Fall Goods Is What We are Contemplating. If you are 1n need of Summer Wearing Ap parel iiow is the time to benefit yourselves by the general REDUCTIOH OF PRICES ! The reduction in Ladies' Summer Dress Goods and Gents Lightweight Clothing will be of Special interest to you. Railroad Avenue, East Las Vegas. Beautiful fans at Charles Ilfeld's. Stove on Ibe IIa. Two carloads of stoves and stove goods were ordered by C. Blanchard trom Quincy and St. Louisa as also a large amount of shelf and heavy hard ware. This, 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 ride in keeping only first-class goods. His past record of 18 year's experience is offered to the public as a guarantee of giving satisfaction to all. 8-25-1 w Hack Line to Hot Kpringn. 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:ii0 P-m- . ... Keturning, leaves springs it) a. m. p. m. an dO: 80 p. m. All hacks will stoo at West Side sta- ble where fare will be collected. Mail and express wagon will leave depot on arrival of train, and Hot Springs at Í) a. m. . Mendeniiall, Hunter & Co. 8-5 tf Cream lemonade at Billy's. Rohrcr whiskey, ten years cents a drink, at Billy's. 5-7tf old, 25 9-25tf w J.J.FIT25ERRELL, S THE LIVE REAL ESTATE MAN Las VfgasJX. M. J.J. FlttirerrelL the Hvi real estate man. has for sale a large ityilM-f of tine buslncaa and desirable residcnc Viitil In different parta of the new and old portions f the city. Par ties seeking Investment in real estate, busi ness chances, business and dwelling houses, should call on Fitzgerrell; ho can accommo date them. tyr rCf DOLLARS will buy a rtwAJVW grant of WJ.O0Ü acres; one ' ot the best cattle ranges in the Territory. 4ff DOLLARS will buy a due' tJ J J stock dairy and fanning rvicb near the city. , O rj FT itAi ui t one or ine nnest lots O lJ.J in the center of the town front ing Douglas and Main Street. I a it 2TxKi feet. Most elegantly situated. 1 p fi OOLLAltM will buy a spienuid JLOvJV- new residence, six rooms, two lots fronting on Maine Street. Rcn( for fi per month. WILL EXCHANGE, farms and town proper, tv in Kansas and Illinois for real estate in Las Vegas. . - -EIGHT ROOM adolto house, handsome grounds, elegantly finished from the kitchen to tho parlor. Ready oc housekeeping,. . Will sell at a sacrifice. V . ' 1 O CCC DOLLARS will bur by 1IVUU warrantee deed a first class cattle ranche that will range 20,Ui0 bead of cattle.' . . -I 1 (f DOLLARS will buy a house con XJLWW tabling six roo--'ot .WxHi, Rents mMfor too month. 3rty J elegantly grunted. 4 V i 6rr K 1 MOLLA US wilhbny a four room . A J fcouse, good location. WAHiau-A comi-ctent miller; steauy sit uation. Married men preferred. Good i wages. Apply to J. J Real Estate nn. , itzgcrreu, the Lie - 8-3(Mit TTOTEL FOÍ SALE OR RENT. For. partio llliirs nnlllv tn A T Vltvurnrmll Qfi A HA WILL BUY BY WARRAN VOiUUU TEE DEED five miles of living water controlling 101) square miles ot the finest range on tho Pecos rivpr. Call and see plat. " ,- Q.Í will buy a good new three room iprxitJ J house and two lots near theral I road depot and round house. 6)f AAA Head of sheep for sale Jmi J J J J Wethers, ewes and lambs. CQOPC WILL HUY A GOOD FOUR pQd O ROOM HOUSE near the Machine Shops. A bargain. CT Kr WILL BUY FURNITURE and ip-LlJk- Cooking Utensils, complete, worth double the money. ONE OF THE BEST SIX ROOM HOUSES, good outbuildings, splendid cellar, two lots and a half in a lino neighborhood, centrally located, fronting the Park. Will be sold cheap for cash. FOR SALE, -üjvo of tho best mining claims and a one-fourth interest in one of the best developed mines in the Mineral Hill mining camp. BUENA VISTA TOWN COMPANY LOTS for sale cheap. MINERAL CITY business and residence lots for sale. ONE OF THE BEST BUSINESS HOUSES ill the city for sale. A splendid residence, grounds, furniture, all complete for a home. Call and see. For sale, one dairy and gardening farm v-ry cheap, two miles from the city, One hotel furnished complete, lias all the business it can accommodate. One of tho best corner lots and businesi houses in the city for sale at a bargain. Call and see. One of the finest gardens in New Mexico. A rare chimen for a gardner and tlorist to miike n fortune. 1 have for sale in Mills & Chapman's addition to tho Hot Springs; these lots will be sold cheap. I also have for sale several line stock ranches in the different portions of the Territory. FOR KENT. A number of desirable business houses on the different business streets of the city, also offices, restaurants and dwellings. If you wan: to rent property call. Remember that tho best business chances are always to be hud by calling on J. J. FlTZGERKTXI. The live real estate agent, oflice on Grand avenue. I. KIRBV. DENTIST, Zion Hill, Blanchard Street. Harness and sad dlery at T. Romero &, Son's. ATTENTION! The Boston Cloth ing House is the only place in Las Vegas where yon can get the Levi Strauss & Co pat ent copper riveted Duck & Denim cloth- ing. 8-8-tf Ice cold 5-0-tf Budweisor beer at Billy's. For cheap hardware go to Lockhart & Co's. 2-lltf Champagne cocktails 25 cents, at Bil ly's. 7-14-tf Just received at Tlieo. l'utenbeck's,. a nice lot of filigree jewelry. 8-10-tf Full weight Park (íroeery. and fair count, at the 7-27 tf Ladies slippers at greatly reduced prices, at Isidor Stern's. Try "Billy's Havana. Ponies" Cigars, pure Pcrzoine a specialty at 8-3-tf Bili.v'í Attention. The new Delmonico 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. The house is first class and meals will bo served from bills of fare; Latent Style. French breakfast caps in all shades at Charles Ilfeld's. 8-10-tf Cheap Uoods. Margarito Homero, the merchant on the plaza who sells goods at such low rates, started for Chicago yesterday to buy a very great stock of merchandise to supply the wants of his customers In order to make room for a large stock he otters to sell goods cheaper than the cheapest, for cash. Now is the time to get bargains in all classes of general merchandise. 8-30-tf Wanted Immediately, A good coat maker and tailor. Good situation and good wages. Apply at once to F. LeDuc, 8-22-tf North Side Plaza. j \n\n am iros.