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TIURSDAY, SF.PTF.MBER 15, 4ETTi: UI.E.tXlMift. Prohytery meets this owning. Mori- manufactories in prospect. Buildings continue to spring up like IUHgU'. Sociable :it new church to-morrow evening. (ÍAZKTTK boys going to ,ne "'" tains Id limit. Look out, varmints. Mr. Wurtzlelmch. of Deliver, lias I ought the smelter :tt t'eirillos Sta tion. The liuin of iiiacliiiiry will l1"inl ore long with the clang of the -iirjMitr"s hammer in Vegas. A postollice lias been established at C'lairniont, in the Mogollón Mountain.", with ('. A. Logan as postmaster. Miss Nellie Archer, of Scdalia, Mo., won the twenty mile race, at the Bis marck Fair in 40 minutes ami 15 seconds. A mum sociable will be given this evening at the residence of Rev. J. E. ( 'ohenour on the east side for the benefit of the Baptist church. All arc cordially invited. The test run of Silver Monument ore from Mack Range showed an agrégate value in gold, silver, copper and lead of $13. This in the mine sold to Mr. Team; for f0,000. Trinidad is troubled with counterfeit ers, and Denver complains of being overrun. with burglars. Las Vegas, thanks to our efficient police force, has nothing of the kind. , We have received No. 3 of Vól. 1 of "The Panhandle," a well edited and well printed weekly paper published at Mobeete, Wheeler county, Texas, and shall be pleased to meet it again. Mr. J. W. Barney has returned from Mineral Hill, and reports satisfactory progress in the development of the mines. He offers to wager against odds that a smelter will be erected and in operation within the next ninety days. We were- shown yesterday some as tine specimens of the celebrated Mexi can filigree work in silver as we have ever seen. This work was done in Las Vegas and is on exhibition at the jew elry store of Messrs. Payne & Bartlolt on the east side. W. II. Ashley, principal of the Las Vegas Academy, advertises in another column that Prof. Mich will form a class in (crinan on Wednesday, Kept. 21st, at 4 i. m. This w ill afford a good op portunity to acquire a knowledge of this ieautifnl and useful language. P. If. Wcidman was .married to Miss Luí ie Estes Tuesday at the Presbyterian parsonage by Hev. Eastman. There were present the bride's father, K. P. M Estes and her three sisters, Lillie, Fan nie and Annie Estes. May happiness attend the newly married couple. A yearling calf belonging to Mr. Har vey, of the Depot Hotel, fell into a well below the round house on Sunday and was taken out yesterday alive and well. The water in the well is about four feet deep, and during all that time it was compelled to ,tand up and hold up its head to keep from drowning. Sergeant John A. Mason, of Company P, 2d Artillery, shot at the assassin (iuiteau in jail a few days since, and al though said to be an excellent shot, by some strange accident he. missed him, and the execrated wretch still lives for some purpose which the unfolding of the hidden future can alone reveal. The Railway Worbl says: "Track laying on the Mexican Central has been bngtin at Las Vegas, X. M. (en era! Lerassess drove tin? first spike, which was of silver." This is (he first we have heard of any such railroad having any such beginning here. The World man must be a little oil' on his geography. One night of last week, a drunken reveler in a dance hall at liatón struck a Mexican woman on J ho back of the head. She was removed from the room and after lingering a couple, of daysdied. On last Sunday the popular indignation became so great that the murderer es caped a deserved lynching by lighting out for parts unknown. Two men, masked and heavily arm ed, plundered Bates City, a little town on the Chicago & Alton K. R., in Mis souri, about seven miles from the scene of the recent train robbery. The rob bery was committed in broad daylight, and no resistance was made. The thieves took what they wanted and rode away. In the vicinity of the San Mateo Mountains there is a vast area of coun try, upon the face of which, a year ago, scarcely a blade of grass was tobe s;'en. So bare was the ground that it was a matter of wonder how the sheep grazing here managed to subsist on tin scanty pasturage. To-day there isa profusion of vegetation, and the thou sands upon thousands of acres form one continuous sea if waving grass. The stock looks splendidly and the peo ple are prosperous. A visit to this sec tion of country affords one an illustra tion of Xew Mexico would be should such a change of se .ison as has occurred to Kansas and other newly settled coun tries bless the people of this Territory. Xnc .VrxirriiK Foundry or Bio Foundry. ' It comes now to a question of w hether . we will have a foundry in Las Vegas or not. It is about time to wake up to this important matter. Several cntcrpris- . ing citizens have done all they could, but the general business men have ex- j hibitcd remarkable apathy. The casi; taints about as follows: Mr. Adlon, ! proprietor of tne Iron Works at Aluta. Iowa. Mied Las Vegas a fe -months ago. lie was well pleased with the out- j look of the town as a central point, und concluded to remove his entire foundry and machine shops here, provided the business men of the town would aid him to the extent of $2,000. lie returned to Iowa with assurances that the ques tion should be put to the public, and if the rospoii-e was encouraging then Mr. Adlon would prepare to come ahead. On inquiry from Mr. Adlon some weeks since, Mr. Jefferson Raynolds wrote to him that he thought there would be no difficulty in getting the linanc.es, and would guarantee him two thousand dol lars. Mr. Adlon has arrived. L. P. Browne, Esq., oilers to donate the nec essary land for the buildings, and Messrs. Raynolds, Shupp and others have worked diligently, but the sub scriptions arc not near as large as they should be. Mr. Raynolds is perfectly willing to make his guarantee good, be sides heading the subscription with one fourth of the amount, $500. But Mr. Adlon reasonably objects to accepting the guarantee, on the ground that it is requiring too much of one man, and states that he cannot afford to tear up and undertake such an enterprise with out aid. He will give ten days to reach a final decision. Jf the bonus is raised he will' come, if not he will remain where he is, as he is certain there of a fair business. The question is before us, shall we aid in establishing manufactories and en couraging industries that bring and re tain money in the town, or shall we de pend for prosperity simply u-pon trade. If the latter is the course our ambition is not great, and our anticipations should be correspondingly little. In dustries we must have w hich will pro duce something, which will give, em ployment to people, and which will re tain money in the town, if we hope for permanent prosperity. Putting up a foundry here is greatly different from opening up a store. The one requires a large amount of cash outlay, in mov ing heavy machinery, models, stock, etc., w ith chances as to any immediate return, while the latter can be clone with but small chances of loss, as merchan dise can be easily disposed of or trans ported to another town. A foundry brings people here who are consumers. It. will give employment 1o workmen whose families will require houses to live in and food and clothing. A foun dry will draw work from allpartsof the Territory, and the money brought here will be expended here. It would require but a few weeks of a business of this kind to fully repay the town the bonus of two thousand dollars. We cannot afford to let this opportunity pass. We must wake up and study the situation, and secure this industry; the beginning of immense manufactories, reduction works, woolen mills, etc., which we hope to see line our river banks. That is the way to make a substantial town, and this is the opportunity to lay the foundation. It will be of advantage to every branch of mercantile business and to every man w ho owns town lots or real estate in town or vicinity. Gentlemen, let us go to work aiid raise this bonus, the proposition of Mr. Adlon is reason able, and a little effort, will secure it. A 'I ciMlei-l'oot'tt Experience. A New York man who recently in vested largely in real estate in Colfax county had business over at Taos at the late term of court. He was outfitted with a poor horse, one that moved slow ly and was constitutionally tired. The New Yorker in going over the high mountain after a long day's journey was impressed with the idea that his horse was terribly weary and concluded to let him rest, lie got off ami laid down while his horse nipped the rich grass. The latter appreciating his freedom kicked up his heels and started on n dead run for home. The former resolved to go on foot to Taos. He walked unJ.il his boots blistered his feet. He pulled off his boots and wore out his socks, then tore up his drawers and w rapped the strips around his feet and wore that out. A Mexican came along and he of fered him four dollars, meaning four bits in Spanish, for a ride on his burro. The Mexican gladlj" accepted, but the stranger wttJ aston ished when he had to pay four dollars instead of lifty cents for a few roiled ride. He mistook cuatro pesos to mean cuatro reales. His feet are not so ten der now. Three trains came in yesterday load ed with the "boys in blue," their horses., equipments, etc., en route to Fort Win gate to be distributed along the line be tween the Apache and Navajoe c.jja tries, to aid by their presence and ex ample in civilizing the uoble reds. The force consists of six companies in charge of Capts. Wint uud Ueyl, of the 4th cavalry. They were det ained by an accident to one of the trains, .uud upon their arrival they pitched their fents, and w ent into cam) until to-day. w Jieu they will pursue their journey toward the setting sun. PERSONAL. J. W. Phillips is at the Depot Hotel. J. C. Elliott, Topcka, is at the St. Nicholas. Mr. Jefferson Raynolds went to El Paso yesterday. Mr. M. Brunswick went down jester- j day to San Marcial. it ?. i i . t ..... ..t .,(.... I IlUil. J.UIIill lie .UUI UIll'., Ul .1IH"U Chico, is in the city. Capt. J. R. Ritncr, St. Louis, is so journing at the National. (írant Rivenburg and wife, of Pea body, Kansas, are at the Grand View. Thomas Montgomery, the keeper of the boarding car at Wagon Mound, is in town. Capt. J. G. Clancey and B. W. Jones, Puerto de Luna, are registered at the National Hotel. W. K. P. Wilson, who has been vis iting Mr. Raynolds, returned to Albu querque yesterday. James Johnson came in last night from his hay camp. He is cutting hay near Wagon Mound. H. G. Davis, of New York, and L. P. Phelps, Route Agent of Adams Express Company, are at the Depot UAtcl. Maj. Van Home, of 13th 'Infantry, and Lieut. Cook, of 15th Infantry, were on the western bound train yesterday. W. G. Franklin, of Socorro, after spending several days in our city, went down yesterday to Santa Fe, whence he returns home. On the north bound train yesterday, Mr. Russell, of Atchison, was returning to his home with his wife, who was dangerously hurt by being thrown from a buggy at El Paso. Capt. J. S. Loud, Adjutant-General of the district of New Mexico, returned to Santa Fe yesterday after spending a few days at the Hot Springs. The Cap tain is a courteous and pleasant gentle man, as well as an efficient officer. II. T. Ceperly, formerly manager of the store of Walsen & Levy, at Pecos, is among the arrivals from the East, this time bringing with him his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Ceperly will become per manent residents of New Mexico. Order of proceedings of the Santa Fe Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church, commencing on the evening of Thursday, 15th September, with re ligious services in the Presbyterian church, west side, at 7.30 p. m. Sermon by the Rev. G. W. Big gies, the retiring moderator. Second day. Morning sederunt from 8:30 a. m. to. 12 noon. The first half hour is to be spent in religious ex en i-'eS. Afternoon sederunt from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. On Friday evening a sociable will be given by the ladies of the congregation in the new church, east side, to which the public are invited, commencing at 8 o'clock p. ni. Religious services will be held on the evening of Saturday, at 7:30 p. m., in the Presbyterian church, west side. On Sunday morning there will be services in the Presbyterian church. The sermon will be preached by a member of the Presbytery and com munion services will be held. Sunday evening a Mexican service will be held in the Presbyterian church and English services by members of the Presbytery in the Methodist and Baptist churches. The public are cordially invited to be present at any and all of the meetings. The Tucson Mining Company has liled articles of incorporation in the of fice of the Secretary of the Territory. The incorporators of the company are Fletcher A. Blake, James E. Sligh, Joseph Lea, James A. Tomlinson, J. M. A. Jewett, R. A. Kistler, G. M. Prichard, George M. Noble, Theodore L. Stinghorn. The company ha a cap ital stock of two hundred thousand dtA lars, and will operate principally j Lincoln county, the principal place of business being Vera Cruz in Lincoln. Xew Mexican. The Kansas City Evening Star claims to have positive authority for the state ment that Frank James and Dick Little were the leaders in the recent train rob bery near Independence. It is also thought that some of the recently dis charged employees ef the C. & A. R. R. were implicated, and there seems to be some ground for this theory. There is a possibility that detectives may frame a correct theory yet. While theJiook and ladder caiufiffly was in session last evening some oiw blew one of the horns used for lire alarms, which had the effect to break up the meeting; the boys going off in a wluop for the lire. When they found that .tlwry were sold, they were some what wyathy nd if they could have found the ma h,o perpetrated the joke they would have gi.v,ej him a live ly time, but he had prudeuíh made himself scarce. Information has just been received ítüm Albuquerque that the Indians have stolen eighteen thousand sheep belong ing to Pedro Montano and Jesus Armijo, at Holbrook Btalion, on the A. & P. B. It. It is more likely í jiat the herders became frightened at the Iii4i;ins and left the sheep to take care of thems:dj;cs; and the sheep strayed away. Montano is in pursuit with twenty armed men. A Mexican with his wife and an Ital ian man w ere having a glorious old drunk on Sunday afternoon. During the afternoon some difficulty arose be tween the trio, and the result was a lirst-class cutting crapc. The Italian, with his ever handy knife, had pounced upon his Mexican antagonist, and did his best to carve him up for breakfast. The first blow struck the Mexican across the left shoulder joint, cutting clear through the arm until the knife met the bone, making a ghastly and terri ble wound. The second laid open the victim's s?alp from the top of the headj to the nape of the neck. A third made a clear cut across the neck below the left ear, while a fourth struck him in the right arm, making a bad gash. Not satisfied with this, the cutter attacked the woman who received a couple of cuts across the neck and face, which, however, are not dangerous. Drs. Beshoar and Green were in attendance, and sewed up the wounds for the man, who is not considered fatally wounded. Trinidad Times. AVliceloflv-Roberls. Yesterday morning at half past elev en at St. Paul's Episcopal church Mr. George F. Wheelock and Miss Adié M. Roberts were united in marriage by Bishop Dunlop. A large number of friends were in attendance at the cere mony.' The bride and groom are among the most highly esteemed young people of this community and they begin life un der the most favorable auspices and with the well wishes of hosts of friends. They took the Pacific express yesterday for Albuquerque where they will visit Jessee Wheelock and wife and other friends for a few days. In the death of General Burnside the Republican party of Rhode Island has lost an earnest and faithful exponent, the army an experienced and efficient officer, and the nation a devoted and unselfish patriot. Gen. Burnside, in his capacity of commander of the army of Northern Virginia, failed rather from lack of needed and merited sup port than from any mistake or incom petency of his own, and when the dis passionate historian of the distant fu- ture shall, without bias or prejudice, cast up the' account and make up the roster of great names among the lead ers in the late civil war the name of A. E. Burnside will be found among them. The legal adviser of the Gazette would beg to inform the legal adviser of the Optic that there is no lawr requir ing the judge of the court to appoint a clerk that shall reside in the county. By general law of Aug. ICth, I80O, chap. 124, the judges are forbidden from appointing more than one clerk anil there is 110 other law repealing this one. The organic act only provides that each judge Mliay appoint a clerk. The act of 1&3G further 'provides that the judges may fix the time and placu of holding courts. The act of 1858 authorizes the judges to hold courts in the counties of the district provided the Territories or counties pay the ex penses. A Xw 2t'tiin(. 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. 8-25-101 W.-i'-ted Eiiimedintcl.v. A good coat maker and tailor. Good situation tand good wages. Apply at once to F. LeDuc, 8-22-tf North Side Plaza. For cheap hardware go U Lock hart it Go's. 24 1 U Beautiful fans at Charles llfeld's. California Clothing and (Jents' Furnishing Goods at I si dor .Stern's. Cream Bread tit Bell & Co's, the PJtiza (irocers and Bakers. 810.00 4'iifch Will he given for the best score out of IS shots, made at my shooting gallery, oetwiicj; .this and the 17th, at 10 o'clock. Also f 10,00 mU )): given for the best score on the small (Jumds. JM3-5t I.atst fit) le. French breakfast caps in all shades a Charles Ilfcdd's. 8-10-tf Cheap Dental Work, Dr. Dedraw has mado an wTantfi? nient to accommodate persons wjio wish cheap artilieial dentures. Full upper sets of teeth, on rubber of any color, will be furnished for Ten Dollars. Lower sets at same price. The teeth used on these plates will be of better quality than the same priced work in the large cities. For this class of work cash in advance v.-illbe charged. Satisfaction warrant- Till Off'vf Stands (iood for Two Weeks Only. Persons prefetrintf ijfst.-c.lass ,wo(rk, will be accommodated a heretofore.' ' Teeth on gold, silver and pwíiíum base, with or without rubber attiich ment. 12-3t For Silc. ! A mining claim, 7 miles southwest of Las Vegas, one mile from railroad sta iiiti, easy milling ore, assays very sat isfactoi y jn copper and silver. "Tract of land coutjg,iio 3W) teres will be sold with the mine i Q.psired; first-class title; plenty of timber anil' wfi'ter. '.''hís is a splendid opportunity forJ'ng investment. For full particular' apply to J. J. Fitzgerrell, the live real estate agent. D-W-lm Fresh butter milk from the churn, brought in every morning from the Winch, at Billy's. 5-aitf I All 8uit4? i'-rinks at Billy's. 5-7tf BROWNE & MANZANARES LAS YECi.VS AM) -0 &Tc per PLO WS, AGRICULTURAL LM I'LEMEX'l S, Sprccul attention irivrii to buying ond soiling Wool, Hides, Pelts, SEND voru JOB WORK TO THE GAZETTE THI IS WHAT MKJHT HE CALLED 1JETWEEN THE SEASONS AND A COMPLETE ili 1 To bo in readiness ami to have suflicieiit room For Fall Goods Is Whut We tire Contemplating. If you lire in necil of Summer Wciirinif Ap parel now is the time to benelit yourselves by the ti'iiernl Dili OF The reduction in Ladies' Summer Press Goods imd Cents' Lhrht Weight Clothing will be of Special interest to you. Hailroad Avenue, East Las Vegas. Free Lunch Every Night Everything new and ftrst-eiann. Fine Tables, a Fine Har and courteous trealne;i .guaran teed to ad. AUCTION AND- COMMISSION HOIK I'llANK J. WEEEK, Auctioneer. j I have opened in the V.'csehe lil.it k, on t lie j J'jiúu, an Auction and Commission House, where J u'jjj ready to buy and sell all kinds of txooils, íMiniifre, I attic. Nicep, Horses, ( te. ,Sales Tuesdays and jiatyrdays, FltANK ,J. WEP.IMt, Auutionecr. LAS VEGAS ACADEMY, A CLASH IN G- 33 Itvl .A. 3ST UXDEU PROF. A. H. BACH, Will be Formed Wednesday, September 21 ii(u.ut. I'ljc Cjass vu meet Monday, Wed ' newliiy ufui VlWi't V- TERMS: Piipifs of the A.uidewy. $-.' IK) per month of four weeks; all other., f-l.tV) per niiintn 01 ioiirwei Ks, ! W. II. ASHLEY, principal. j 'J'fiiijMiritry .llijil Service. j Tewilorj- of Nev Mexico. I Sealed proposals for (jaiyinj- t!)e Cuiled i States iniuls from Las Vegas to Los A laníos, ten (p.) miles, three limes a wce cue!) way, by i h Ncliedulo of three hoursi riinuintí time each way, from bcifijininir of service, until June ;n, i IssU, will be received by the postmaster at Las I Vegas until IHH i A contract with sureties 1 required (o be . executed, mid persons biddinií musí be hopeut 1 nnd capable and not lesi than tH'cnt v-otieyears ; old. ; No more will be ullowi d than n fair and rea- sonable compensation for the service, to be determined by the I icpartmont. i Postmasters and assistants cannot bid forsm h service. THOMAS I,. JAMES, H:' ' Postmaster (ieneral. Ice cojil BiuiwM;r beer' ;t Billy's. 5-tt-tf Try "Billy's Ponies" ' Cigars, pure Havana. For ladies' . dress poods go to T. Romero ti' (v on Fruit dressed lemonade at BHlrs. , , JlttiMl JIlKle NIiocm. Fine French calf, for gentlemen, splendid foot wear, at II. Romero & Brother's. . 0-ÍMf ' w PRICES ! Billiard Hall I Xk"Siar Light" SOCOUKO, X. M. Etc., luith tuve nuil in il.r Wanted-For Saje-For Bent Lost. f ANTED. A (foiwl hi'nr'liko pliu-e to Imiu-il V in 11 privute family I y two yi.umr ir n tleincn Uoinjí business unir til.-pljizu. 1-i.Vtf ANTED. A miller, liniiicdiüfi ly. A'l- lross P. Trcinliley, Lus V inn, N. M.lvr fANTr.D Sixthly bcuHcrs. (o.l tecniu M niiM'at uní. Eiiiiuire nt IlOPPEll nKO.s.-'.-7-(! f ANTED A mcHstnK'T boy at the Wcst vV cm I'nion Tclcjrmpli ollice. S-ül-lf AfAN 1 'ED. Six or eijflit good curpi'iiters. V v Apply to J. H. linker. li-j-tl AY rAN'I'EI). Fifteen iíooiI ciirpenters. In muro ut JjocKlmrt oc Co s. h-ii-t! RANTED. I wo or tlll t'P number one pbin- y luir mill lu'iirh lirui'ls. None ltu liv.-i-cluss in i-i! ipplv. At Woollen's pl.iiiini: null . Also 1 K"1 I"!' Iiine mini. -i-'.'J-ll ONE FIKST-CLASS A ron yombinution wile with -ti el t.Ki'L'hir proof money chest for siilent 11 yi'i iil l.u;'ii:mi. Inipiiie of FIT UEUUELIi, the live Kent Estate A (rent. SM'Mw 8 AN MiOL'EL HILL SITE LOTS I'OU SALE. t 1 hüi'piiii, either for cash or on tho instalment plan. J. J. Fi rzni:um-.!,i., Tho L;'e Ileal Kstate Ayvnt :;-! i-.it i : Oil S.iLE One unir of American h- rse ;. I' lniir)y and harness; cattle or sheep taken I inpayment. Apply at tiiis ollice. s-:.'u-if t4 Oil SALE A nearly new Waters piano for 1 t sal.' 011 eiii'v terinsof pavments. A. O. KOP.IJIX?. Í. OU II EXT. New store, 75, nexi to Me I Iven.ie's hardware on Front Street, N"W Albtniiieriiiie. Address II. M. IÜUS TOl,,!i-!IMm 1 -Oil 11 EXT. ilaea Hall, for ball:, parties. 1 entertainments, lectures, etc. For terms tippiy to Will C Iturtou. Ayent and Manager. ITiOlt ÜENT. ThiMlriiíí store in the W.-sclio laiijdiiej' on the plaza, at present occiipii i by F. E. Herbert, is for rent. Applv to tho proprietor. ('. E. V.' ESC I IE. iO-l C. Sul lei' Ii Conlnieliirs. Sealed bids will be received at my oilier, up in 7 o'clock p. m., 'I'uetday, Se'jeiini"r .'cii;, forthe construction id' a two story business house for K. kimiHT. Plans uud speeilieatieu-'. to lie seen at my ollice. The right is reserved to reject anv or all bids. CHAIiLES Will LLO'.'K, Arch. feci. J. J. FITZGEIIEELL, H I í.,;;s Vciras, X. M. J. J. Fitv.yci'I-ell, lile iUc rea) e-,Ii,ie limp, has for sale a laye number of tine l.usin s.s and desirable reS'de, ice lots in different parta of the new and old portions of the eiiy, i'ar ti s seeking- investments in real e-ou'-. busi ness chitne. , hii.-'iui s. and dwcll.iiy houses, suould cali on K.izhoitoII; he c:,n cenn::' -date lili m. N ELE-.iAXT IIUMi: i'lll! SAl.K AT A J '.A .Ü.M.N. Tli.- tine r,v.d. ..(:. :idpe t.. ojf Mr. Ir, tihoilt, coillii.ilini. Ii'e rooms, imii 1:' i-.af ha!i,'í.rdeu. cornil. Evcryihinve hi ibi, class oi il. i- n:j 1 iftim 1 ele i or a iim, . ''l;c liliest proper!1, in tlii' south pelt el ( In- ely. Jil, in. re ol .1. .1. l'l'IZüKIMn'.L!., the lúe load E-ilate Ai ni. !i- ()-:!w l"6 i H'iLLAÜS v.ili buya éA.lVM cranti.i Cl.!Mi acres: eti- ! oi l he he.-l cattle raii're in the Territory. i AA IHILLARS will buy "a line ttOM7 .-.'oc! dauy and f:iti:iini- lunch j IM S!!- I tie ( lt . tT f T , V.iLL V on of die iimsi i f 7 :ll t lie eialler of the t.e.vil front . ill.!' IJoiuvlas and .Main Streets. Lot -';x'U: feet. .Most cleiraiifly situated, J Kí í IL1 vl!S will buy a splendid JL J J K f if'W rcs.dencc, si.- rooms, two lots ironiii! on Main.; Street. IleiiH forbid per mouth. WILL K.YCHANT. E farms and town proper t in Kansas and Illinois for real estate in Las Vi lias. LIMIT liilwM i-lobo hou.-íc, l:,inds,,ine fi'..iir!s, elegantly Innslied from tho kiti lien to the i.m lor. Ready for lions', kei ciiílt. S ill sell nt a sacr.liee. 1 O (( ( liOLLARS will buy by XyWvM v.airatilee di'ed a lirst class ciiltje ruiif.he ilnii will rai'Li-e :T,.(Y. pi -Hi I of can I . ' "1 1 if L'id.LAItS will bnv a nous" ,-o,i.-A.LJ tuina-vsi.v roí ins. ,ot ó(!i i i;. II. -ids now for $i.!i it month. Ti:.-i proi.irtv ia e, ,i;:t lv sii u ai al. J J(íT.:L H-Ü . SALfiCR JHCNT. I'or ptinliv I i ulais apply to ,. ,!. I 'ityerreli, ( i Vl'b ';V 'v WAint.w- OlJjwVM " TEE HE HI) Uve inibs of Indus." v:i!erc.mtro!liiiir hH spiin'e miles ol'iii tita si mino' on ,'o J'.a-.is rir. Ci.Uand see plat. 3 v" uy.i jf'"it i; w three n in .i"rJ. lion ami two lois near the rai! y depot and round house, b)")! iWi ti Head of :,heep for s.lie íl'i ff v'etliers, ewesiinillambs. .'ííOrC 'i"'' A (am;) i'urit li'iOM MOI.'SE mar the Machine siiioj.s. A liaruain. ONI-! OK' THE 1 5 EST SIX EOPM HidTSi'.S. Koe.i outl -.iiidinws, (..leiiil:,! ' ,.e)ar, two io'M and a ha:f in u tuie neiyliborhotid, jn-ot rá'í v loeati i!, IVontinr the park. yil he sed clu-to i'or cash. ' ' l.'dU SALE. -Two of the best tniuiiur ci.iiei.; P and aone-fourih interest in oneol the be: Í developc'l mines in ;e ;.Iinerd 11:1! mining camp. T :r,A' jS'i'A ',"n"v (''iMp xv (,u r.s fr j iai.'' (Ie'ai.. -'TIXEIiAii Cl'IV laiaioen.-; a.m ei,iUei,.i .ivl lets lor sale. XEOl'Tlli: UESTJJt.'SlNEiW HOVSKS iM '-ie Illy i.;r sine, A :a:"iidd resideuee, nr.e.iuds, furniture, nil : u usii.'iele for a home, ( 'all and see, por wap, )( dairy aiid tn rJ ( j i i: fioai -'v-I clieap, l wo tnili s from llie oily, 'i. c iiiii'i 1 1 1 . i i i 'lie: i cojnpleie, inw all Ui business it cao aeceiiiinodate, One of Un: b"si comer lots and l.uahirs houses in ihe city for sale ut i: baii-ain. Call and sei'. One of the finest (innli ns in Xew Mexiee. A rare chanco for a Hardie r and florist to make a fortune. I have for sale (n s &: Chapman's addit'on to the Hot Springs; these lots will he soi l uheiii). j I UJs.o jaAe ; ;;n iicvi-ml line sfoel; i anches i ill the dilK'rent i.aiio;,.j i' ,'he 't.-rU-! rou an st,' ' A number of desirable busiiieds hoiinf o,j ; tile liill'erent business streets of th" city, al a ollua's. rer.inurants and iLvcllinvs. If yoü want to iviirproperty call. I Remember tliat the best business chances , arc always to be had by callinif on I J. J. KlTZOHUUKt.l, The live real f s'.ate aent, olhco on Uriind ! nrrnuo, ; Hiii'nesH aii( Idlerv at T. Romero' rv Son' s.