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J. H. KOOCLER, Editor. RATES Or SU23Cni?T!0M Dally, 1 year 1 1 tisl y mttthB Dailv. I ni'inili 1 no. Di'iiVfif l l v carrier to any t.art l tin-city. Weekly, I year '' w ci-klv. ; month I For AdvcrtisiiiK lUten apply to J . II . Kooglcr K liiorand 1'mprictor. s.Mf.i.ri:its cm:i.4í. Mineral i'ity n-i n IIjimii-i Kcmirt Wliat l nliijj Hone on tlii Wll Wi l. Vi-h"iN and jilca.suro seeker live cnmiii"; in cl.iily ami with the increuMMl :ml ((iinforlalili! nceoiiiiiiodalH'ii-- af-fiii-l(t ly the ( (iiiiiilctioti of llic hotel il would seem that Minor-il City is iles- tined to hecomt' a favornlili health it -nrt as well as an important mining renter. Tin- hundred ion Duree -inelter is now put down as a certainty and will he plaeod on Hlne Creek in the Canyon Hondo within easy walking distance of the town; other smellers w'll soon follow, and all will lio given sites cither on Blue or Tecolote Creek ahove the .settlement so that the fumes and smoke will draw i the canyons. This arrangement will not in the least disturb the pure, clear air of Min eral eily and will bring the machinery within easy distance of the mines. Building is quietly progressing and the clatter ot the carpenters carnes one's thoughts buck to the advent of the railroad ami the building of Kits Las Vegas. John Hancock, the most enthusiastic miner here, predicts the building of a horse- railroad from Mineral City to Eureka canil, within two years. and claims that the new' smelter will cause our population to increase 1000 people ; "Uncle Jack" has helped to build up many mining tow ns, so who knows but what he says may prove true. At all vents it is certain that with one smelter in successful operation, more will fol low, and the chances of employment thus ottered will be taken advantage, of by hundreds of men who will settle down at this beautiful spot with their families. Within !)() days the smelter will be crushing our ore, and turning out the shining metal; all who are fortunate enough then to own claims on Mineral Hill will find a ready market for their dirt, so that an incentive of dollars and cents will be offered to those who are now working bravely along, squeezing out a scanty livelihood on a poor "grub stake,'' almost afraid to afk for articles needed, fearful of refusal. Claims that can now be bought for a solig will be sold for thousands, and if the boys can only muster enough courage to hold out, their fortunes are made. Mineral Hill must at last be acknowledged a success, and the "unbelieving Thom ases11 are fast, passing into a minority; the eastern stock boards will carry on the list of mining stocks under the head of New Mexico tin- Annie Carl. Car bonate Queen. Tip Top, St. Nicholas, Wide West, Kinsley, John Hartcock, Moonshine, Crown Point, and other Mineral Hill properties. All this is not a fancy picture, but is sure to prove true before, the dawning of another twelve months. While many in the camp have been occupied building comfortable winter quarters, tightening up their cabins and building tire-places, work on the Wide West claim lias been steadily pro gressing. Never tiring day or night, the owners have been steadily pushing their beautifully worked tunnel into the side of the mountain, until now it must be classed llie prettiest piece of work out here. Every pick, drill, shovel, lamp, or other article necessary to the work, is kept in line repair, all are in their places, and the work pro gresses as systematically as if executed under military" orders. Mack. An Old Mor.v Heiolil You may possibly remember some thing of tfie terrible scare that Adelaide Neilson's first husband, Lee, got at the (iramercy Park Hotel dinner to which he was invited bj- Win. J. Florence, K. A. Sot hern, Dan Hryant, and some ther practical jokers. Lee had heard a good deal about the rough ways of people in America, and his head was full of extravagant notions on the sub ject. He had come to New York ex pecting to see bears running loose in Central Park, and be able to shoot buf íalos in Harlem. The jokers wanted to "take a rise" out of him, and arranged how they should do it. When the party sat dowii tt dinner, every man except Lee laid a revolver at one side of his plate and a bowie knife on the other. It seemed lo bedoneasa matter of course, and it made Lee rather uneasy at the start. Put the party soon fell into pleasant conversation, and sifter a while the Englishman's nerves be ca nits steadier, though his appetite did not appear to lie good. There was plenty of wine, of course, and all par took of it freely, though each nian was archil not to take too much. When dinner was nearlyoyer thecon yersxlion became more lively.' Iiyand ?),V it grew warm. In a little while'more 31 was livf.. Then the fun began. The inkers fell to quarreling furiously. Every ma ;vs on his feet with a re volver in ow, li'iid and a bowie knife in the other. Chairs were knocked over, revolvers were nourished, and the dishes rattled on the table. Indian war whoops rang through the room and the entire party except Lee was evi dently bent on wholesale slaughter. Poor Lee trembled in his shoes. Therm was no telling but what he might be scalped the next moment. One of the .actors opened the door, and then danced back to resume his part in the melee. Lee saw his chance. He lied , fl.c.nrrl, ttt ,. .loor like a deer, and I it i .. . ! i.: . !... i out noi w an in nit- nan iui ins iiiii. When lie afterwards told his narrow escape from murder by a lot of sav-! ages, lie really beneveu mat t lie des perate row he had run away from was real. He never forgave the festive ri oters for the trick they had played on him. "It was a beastly thing to do, you know,1 he said, and he could not see the. humor of it at i.I trait Frrc Wool Murkcl. Boston, Sept. 13. There is a very linn íeelinir for wool of all kinds, with good demand from manufacturers. 1 rices are w ell sustained, l ine neeees continue to be sought after. We quote Ohio and Pennsylvania x ami xxx 42 to 4.ÍV, x and a!; e and xxx 43 to 45c; Wisconsin and Michigan 40 to 41, me dium and No. 1 fleeces 45 to 47c per pound. Unwashed lleeees are in de mand, and continue to range from 17 to 1!) for low and coarse, 2." to .5'i for line, '.'7 to :il for medium. Combing and de laine selections are in demand, and range troni 4.1 to 48 for line. Delaine and No. 1 combing unwashed and combings sell at :l to oJ for medium. California wool is firm, but sales have not been made to any extent. Pulled wool is in demand and selling at '') to 43 for common to good. 4 to 48 for choice superfine. All kinds of foreign wool held lirm. Tor 30 ilnys. I will otter for thirty .days the entire stock of my Clothing and Loot and Shoe Department REOAUDLESS OF COST OK V A LI' rc. This stock has all been purchased within the past six months ami con sists of Men's and Roys1 Clothing, and Ladies1 Misses1 Men's and Roys' Roots. Shoes and Slippers, And must be closed out in order to make the necessary improvements on the Store Riulmng. C. E. Wksciik. Las Vegas, N. M. Denver ker beer live cents a class at the Senate Saloon. !)-ll-lm Perzoiiie a specialty at 8-;)-tf Billy's. Full weight and fair count, at the Park Grocery. 7-27 tf Family ioeries, A large stock, cheaper cheapest, just received at T. Son's. that the Romero & 5-14tf Milk punch at Billy's. Sew tfiiiing Enterprise. "The Dry Amalgamating Company has iust organized to work on the olaccrs in Santa Fe and Bernalillo Counties, with a capital stock of $100, 000, a working capital of $40,000, in shares of 10 each. The company will work under the patent of Giles Hall, of East St. Louis, 111. Two thousand shares are placed upon the market at liar, a portion of which can be secured by applying without delay at the First National Bank of Santa Fe. The company expect to commence active operations on the ground within two weeks, and ask the co-operation of all those interested in developing the mineral resources of the Territory. Giles II all, Pres. 0-13-lw Geokge Dean, Sec. Ornml I.uuch. Every Saturday night at the Exchange Saloon. " !)-4tf Attention. The new Delmonico restaurant in East Las Vegas near Mendenhall, Hun ter it Co's. stables is now open to the public with all the delica cies of the season. The hungry and the fastidious public will govern them selves accordingly. The house is lirst class and meals' will be served from bills. of fare. ('ream lemonade at Billy's. .V7tf Billy's 7-i;itf Salad hi Delmonico at Lunch. Cauliflower Perez'. at Marcellino, Bolla & (riiiiil I.imcli every Saturday night at the Exchange Saloon. " 4-21 -If M. Jleise has received the agency for New Mexico for the sale of the Excel sior beer, lie keeps in stock all kinds of whiskies, which will be sold by the barrel or car liad and has an immense stock" of all brands of domestic and im ported cigars. T-'Mf The t raveling public will find every thing first-class at the Grand View Ho tel. ASSIGNEE'S SALE -AT- A.UCTI02J. The wholesale stock of 11. 0. McDonald, com posed of wines, brandies, whiskey, &e.. will be sold tit miction. Side to take place tiieS.'dof September, 1SM1, nt 10 o'clock a. in. and to con tinue until sold. Sides of less tliim $W cash. Over that amount sixty days t ime nt 10 per cent, with approved scuuritv. !-:-15 GEO, MA liTIN, Assignee. RESIDENT PHYSICIAN, Las Vcfras Hot Sprints (i. Grnduati! of Har vard University; member of the Sutl'ollv Dris triet Medical Society; of the Mass. Medical Society and of the American Medical Associa tion. A practicing physician and sura-eon in Boston for the past twenty-eiifht years with the excep tion of nhniit two years spent in Europe for tlie advancement, of professional knowledge, and iiemv'y the same time iu the army dui-lnjr tliejatr- war. LATii DJSI'KiVS.Ujy PHYSICIAN, Surfjeon in the Massachusetts (i'Uvvu) Jlosjiitnl; Hole plij-sk'imi to Nickcrsoirs Home for Children the pust t wenty-'cven years. Tliofc'i.ty Phyid (dim of Boston, etc., ote. Also member of the Hoc. of Arts of lusti tute of Technology; of the Massachusetts His-torieo-Genealoifical Society, etc-, etc. Lato U. S. Pension Surfreon mid frequently selected by the Commissioner to pass ujion the more dillieult cases occurriiiif in England. Often emoloved as an expert iu important eases by individuáis; Life Ins. C'o.'s; Railroad Co.'s; the City, the Commonwealth and thu United States. ( lllico No. .:( Bath House, Las Vegas Hot Springs, N. M.' JUAYES & RUSSELL, J . Franco Chaves, D. C. Russell, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW. ALRUtjUEUyUE, - - - - NEW MEXICO i i - . i i T7 SKirwiTli, " PHYSICIAN AND SOMUtun, Olllce, Room Xo. K1KST NATIONAL HANK BUILDING. nor.nixs summeufield. m. i.. OFFICE IN OPTIC HI.OCK. Eat Las Vt-Küs, New Mexico. -yritS. P- THEOBALD,' DRESSMAKER, EAST LAS VEOAS, NEW MEXICO, Fir.t door north of Herbert's drug- store. Cuttinir unit llttinsr n specialty. French dry stnmpimr done lo order. The ladies ot Las Vejnis art' in ited to can ami Rive mo a trial. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. M f la.KMl'KKY & ALLISON, CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS, I, AS VEOAS, N. M. Will attend to all contracts promptly in both city iiti'l country, and guarantee satisfaction. Jpi AST SIDE WATER WAGON Will didivc.r water promptly nt any place in the dm town. Apply to O'KKEFE WAI.CII. J EE & FOUT, J ATTORNEYS AT LAW (Olliee at Residence) EAST LAS VEOAS N. M. G 1 ET SHAVED AT THE PARLOR BARBER SHOP. BATHS ATTACHED. CENTEU STREET, - EAST LAS VEGAS "y-EST LAS VEGAS, LAND AGENCY .JOHN CAMI'IIELL, in Wesche'B building. US VEGAS, - - - NEW MEXICO yyM. M. F1TZ-MAURICE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. SiLVKit Citv, - - New Mkxico Business of every kind attended to in Grant County. JICHAUD DUNN. NOTARY PUBLIC, UJNCON, - - - NEW MEXICO JLINN & MOKEHEAD, Proprietors of the CITIZENS BARBER SHOP, Opposite Adams .Express Oiliuo, EAST LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO J THEOBALD, BOOT AND SHOE Milker. Itepairinu' promptly and neatly done Col. Steele's former olllce. Grand avenue, sec ond door north ot Herberts Dvuft Store. rjUTOS GIBBS, Manufacturer of BOOTS AND SHOES. Mendiiiff done on short notice and in jrood style. All work p-imranteed to give satisfae turn. North Side fla.u. C. McGUIltE, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. All Kinds of Stone Work a Specialty. LAS VEGAS, - - - NKW MEXICO I. KIltBV. DENTIST, Zion Hill, Blan'tihard Street J UEIDLINGER: Proprietor of the MINERS' BARBER SHOP, HOT AND COLD BATHS Next door to Wright's Keno Parlor. MARTSOLF, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, LAS VEGAS, SANTA FE, ALBUQUERQUE AND SAN MARCIAL. s PATTY, Manufacturer of TIN, COPPER AND .SHEET-IRON WARES and dealer iu all kinds of COO ICING ANG PARLOR STOVES BRIDGE STREET, - - - LAS VEGAS I J. PETTUOIfií, JJ. D., PHYSICIAN AND S-ÜjSÍJEpN, LAS VEGAS AND HOT SPRINGS. Ciaonic Diseasna and Diseases of Females a Si'tvlalty . HOT Sf RINGS - - - 8 to. 12 A.M. LAS VEGAfcOetitral Drnir Store, 2 to 0 P. M. JOSTWICIv & WH1TBLAW. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OlUccln First Nat'l Bank Bnildiug, LAS VEGAS. - - NEW MEXICO.' yR. DkGRAW, DENTIST. Olliee over Herliert's Druic Store. JW. HANSON, Manufacturer of BOOTS AND SHOES. Shop in the old Gazettk office, South Second Street. J N FURLONG, PHOTOGRAPHER, GALLERY, OVER POSTXWICE, Bridge Street, LAS VEO AS. 1 aVLiAjAJ&t fi t T l rr á n ATTORNEY AT LAW, LAS VEGAS, - - - NEWMEXICO. LRERT & UK 11 BE il. Proprietors BREWERY SALOON, OPI'POSITE ADAMS EXPRESS OFFICE, East Las Vegas. Fr sh Beer always on Draught. Also Fine Cigars and Whiskey. Lunch Counter iu connection. : GENERAL KEFAIKIMi, I I ri ENEItAL REPAIRIXO, CONST ANTINI RATTI Gives pppoliil attention to frrimiinir Scissors, tnendinir Tlnwurr-, repairing Vanwols, Um brella, etc. He will k utter work anil deliver it. Apply at the NOTIIWE3T CORNER OF THE PLAZA. G E. NEILL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, And District Attorney for the Twentieth Ju dicial District ot Texas. All Klnns or business attended to promptly. FirstNationalBank OF EAS VEGAS. (Successors to Kuyiiolds Brothers.) J Authorized Capital, $500,000 50.000 - 15,000 aid In Capital, - Surplus Fund, - DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. MINERAL CITY STAGE LINE. NEW, COMPLETE, QUICK. Runs to Mineral City, Mondays, Wednesdays. and Fridays. Returns alternate days. Plenty of time at either city for prospecting or busi ness. Fare, $2.00 each way; Round trip, $3.."0 T. O. Hill tía Co. Rev. W. H. Murphey Agent for New Mexico for G. W. SIMMONS & SOU Famous O&ü ILLIWIIW OF t viu Lililí Of all kinds made to order. Gentlemi n wish- ing to save from '20 to "i per cent, from any prices west of Boston will please call. J. W Murphevwill manage tlie business. Olliee in Dr. Bayly's building, East Las Vegas. J. B. ALLEN'S TAILOR Establishment, Located on South Second St. , opposite the Santa Fe Bakery, where he is prepared to do al) kinds of work promptly, and in a workman like manner, at reasonable prices. EMPIRE SAW MILLS E. W. woOTTEXSrCO. Send ttll Orders to Leave orders witq Lorenzo Lopez or at the Mill. P LAS VEGAS F. C. CGDEN, Proprietor. Drac&üd Lumtier for Sale. Lumber Surfaced to Order. All Styles of Moulding, Sash, Doors k Blinds, Turning of all Descriptions, Uawdi Posto, Balustrades, hcroll-Sawing, Ooiiti-.otix.g; !Sti.il(dLi3a.s Work and Estimates from a distan.ee will rcfieivc jiroinpt atUiiiiion. LAS VEGAS, - NEW MEXICO. Prices to Suit the Times. J. C. BLAKE Manufacturer and Dealer In SADD We i?1 fji ii LASV;B. - - NEW MEXICO. Seu. (u of Plaza, Carriage Trimrriintf Done to Qi'd.'r. A. 0. BOBBINS pjELER IN FURNITURE A ND QUEENS V ARE UN DERI' A KING 0HÜEK8 PROMPT. LY XTTKND.ED TO. Near the Bridge, West Las Veyas. J. Wp RMJVJSEY'S .- pw Meat Market fiueU Ui toyfih "ÍW'ays sjippjied v'itb lbolMt tbo ijjurfeot, tUftw! (!onrl co-is Iréií iiiont Kuurujitewt to a)f. MOUTH MDE OF IT-AZA, LAS VEOAS. ARNESS BILLY'S" l SOUTH SIDE SIGIISTofIRIEID and Finest Wlne. Llnuor and CIksm constantly connection. Open Dav and Night. O" Telephone to Ulil and M'W lown ana ine mi .riii(t. ub Eastern and Western Daily Papers. WILL C. BUKTON, Proprlotor. AMUSEMENT. SEISTJTE OUAS. TOFT, Pi opriotor. CENTEU STREET, EAST LAS VEGAS. Open 33ty Private Club Room in connection. All kinds of Legitimate Hanics always in rn'tlilist Best brands of Liquors audClgais constantly on hand. MENDENHALL, LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLL 22cist njtxd. West Xjíiej Vegas. Dealers in Horses and Mules, al?o Rigs for the Hot Springs and other Points of Interest. Uutlit9 iu H 00 T. u "3 O Il O 3 o S 5 V3 2 i i rt , CO 00 " P o at Or., In c. 2o o t0 -I g! Oh" - O d t-- tc a 5 a ? i I c m T. s -Á p 3 I V) 52 ? NJ i rs j ? 1 1 a. i á 3: t ill 3 ci S-ííl n ni l ír -s i o CO yr " i, - OrS c (J? M 2 m w o .3 S-5SUH-I OÍS n sss " r i rr-i hi Or-. N ti f: m ü k m m s aiwi" Í V Oh .S V. .r E S S b c" 5 t.t- " V m 0 CD CO H T, 9. 5 30 Vj 53 O rfl " r; 3 - Oh(C Si t-Ti !S ' hÍ a H O a CO Daily Stage anil Exprcau J.Ine. Between Cimarron nml bprmger. j.euvcn Cimarron at 1 a. in. and arrives ut Spriniicr ut 11 a. m. Leaves Springer at 1 P. in. and ar rives at Cimarron at 5 p. in. Will carry pas sengers cheaper than liny other line. "l-'KlSMJlll, i Proprietor, j FAMILY VEGETABLES ! ONLY ni ii ifrr' mpr0Yed Vaneties!! C'ÍjTÜJMBERS, Fresh for Table Use or for Pickles, vhoK'Hiile and retail. Get YoirVeptais Nice aacL Fresh OF AT WKGNER'S PLACE. THE WESTSIDE SALOON. XTJ&T O3P0E3XJ33X. ';;o best briuids of vyine., J.!(Uor;, .'J-'olmceo and CigavMO.isaity on haijd. Also u full line of canned gocwítí OYSTERS & UJNGH Jear of T. Romero's buildinji. ROOCO AJIELIO, Dealer in All Kind;' til' STAPLE AND FANCY riTinrirtíTrc! . i m$ FHJ ITS and VEGETABLES OF AXrli A eomplete line of Fine Cifmrs and 'i'objieo. Plain, and Fancy Candles. 1 Southeast Corner of the I'la.n, Qppnfjito First National Dimk. BILLIARD HALL, CENTRE STREET. A full lhteof tho Purest Imported WineH and vy'hiFlf ios for J'iiitily and módica) purposes, j jQCTOUMEUEKL'S NEW MEDICAL OFFICES, The finest in the Territory. Over Herbert's pharmacy ;West Las Vejias, Fit.K'rrell'8 ollieO East Las Vcas. Olllce hours, East Side, t) a. Hi. to'l p. m. Otlico hours, West Sidt; and Spl'ilJifs,' 2 to !) p. iij. The Doctor eah lid Rum1 njbncd f roin either Hiiie or lo the ypriiig-i b1, feléphonp. ' W V) v AND- u üsr c 1 1 II O O M OK PLAZA, SLUE LA-jVCP5 on hand. Elegant imilors and Wlue Unomi in Lunch at all Hours. SALOOlsT 03loL OTigrlx HUNTER & CO., Fine Tiiiirjrics and Carnat;cn lor tNio The Finest Live', tlie lerruorv. VALLEY SALOON l HAS. MKLKSDV, Prop'r. 1 'won hi respectfully c.ill llic ütlcr.t mu of the puliiic to my choice brands of LIQUORS & CIGARS ! Opposite the depot. Elegantly Furnished. Open day and night. Club room In connection. j". j". KEnaLir. 'Successor to Wake & Kelly) 3Iainracturor ami IeIcr la SADDLES & HARNESS ÍVf-ci'rtf TrimiiiiiKj to Onli'r. On Front Street, NEW A LBUOU KRfjUK. N". LAS VEGAS ICE COiViP'V Wholesale mid Retail Healer in 5.j ' - v . 's LAS VF.CAS, , AND-- ORNAMENTAL PAINTER. Frescoing, Graining, Glazing, MAHBLlA'C, CAI.SOMI.NINO. ETC. í?rtli,!l' EAST lip THE CL'R!j' lloi'SJi, LAS VLOAíí. 11. Ij. Cr,;i ruiio, ! Sop't O-.iiittres.-ional 1 Miniijif (iompany. I i.as. y hit !; Sij. y bite's, l'oihí.'y. V;IS, i ll,f (III, ()'.). CLIFFORD & WHITE, MINING AND j j Mechanical Engineers, MOW Voids, WASHINGTON' AND ToMl: STONE, A. T. Town Lots for Sals in Bernalillo The I'evea family, of I',nrnillio, Juive la'il out a laríü tra'.'t of hind in tjiut b(iiiitlful lown, extehdihg nortji rin t'i ther aide of ,be jivjf.it . These lots aw; very desirable fu)- biiiiíiións ;;'iét residence property., and are rijibt amóni- Ihe vineyards and fr'ult-Krowlii? lands. Limits fór giirdens, orchards mid vineyards can lie e;isiy obtained. 'The property will bo sold' at vi'iison.'. aide rales. For fnrilier Inforiiialion apjily to .f. M. I'lillKA, i,.,.,,., i ; 1 1. ' v ' M JTcLEAN EltOTHICjli:, Alex McLean. Hobt. IuuLkhii. Jos. KmLemi, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS All kimU of mason work. Fine I'laBteriiiif a upeuiuliy. ontrnntí taken in nil parts of the Territory, LAS VEOAS, - NEWMEXICO. $100 ItciVHril for ToiiiKcnn. '1 he above reward will be pnl l by the Mora County Stock Growers Association 'of Morn t'o. New Mexico, for Ihe arrest and delivery to the proper authorities at Mora Countv Jail of TOM DEAN' alias TOM CL'MMINUS, from Amienta, lied Elver, N. M., fo r BteuliiiK rattle. Dean when I :mt heard from was atom; of the Narrow Ouaue Kail lioail camps at bin Arriba coiitHy, ew Juexi.'u, ' . ... A STANDING UKWAIU Or" S.,0 IS Oi FEKED. For the arrest ami convic tion of any 'ITU KF who has stolen Stock from any nlembcr ofihe Mora County stock OrowN'i Association, ani'i $100 EEWAUIJ Wil1 be paid for information which w (1 lead to the conviction of Iluvers'of Stolen Stock, STOCK OlioVVEflS ASSOCIATION, ', ' " ' MoVa i ou,ii(,j; Ji JJ it! i.