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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1S81 Trains both in on time yesterday. Jaffa Bros, store will be closed Mon day on account of holiday. The floor of the Sumner House ver andah lias been treated to a coat of paint. The excavation for the cellar of Eugene lieilley's new building is being made. Severe and destructive storms of wind and rain are reported in Missouri and Kansas. Mr. Edward Henry thinks of bring ing his family to this city and becoming a permanent resident. Dr. Cunningham was out taking the sunshine yesterday morning in front of . the St. Nicholas hotel. Miss Frankio Rogers is able to be about again aud will leave to-morrow for a visit to Colorado. A new addition has been made to Las Vccas. North of the Buena Vista ad dition; and separated from it by a new street called Garfield street. Services at the Presbyterian church on West Side at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m by Rev. J. C. Eastman. Sunday-school at 9:15 a. m. All are invited. The Trinidad News complains that the town is infested by a number of crooks, and that several hold-ups have occurred there within t'ae past week. . II. Curler has opened a notion store in Stern's block, south side of plaza, and is prepared to supply the trade with fresh candies, choice cigars, etc. A number of our citizens who arc Knight Templars', will go down to Al bwmerque to assist in laying the corner stone of the new Masonic Temple at that place. Messrs. Payne & Bartlett have hand somely carpeted their jewelry store which adds much to the tasteful and attractive arrangement of their place of business. Calvin Fisk sold yesterday ten town lots for $1,400, and Marcus & Clemens building and lot next to the Optic Block, on line of street railroad, for one thou sand dollars. A fatal form of diphtheria is prevail ing among the children at Anton Chico. Some ihe cases haTe proven fatal, Among those was a child of Mr. Leon anc of Mr. Harrison. M. White man, our live and thorough going general merchandise man. has shipped between eighty and ninety thousand pounds oí goods to his branch establishment at White Oaks. An engine and a burro collided night before last near the depot and the ano maly, a dead burro, was the conse quence. The engine, as we understand, suffered no serious damage for the won der. Mr. F. De Fronville will commence a public school at San Miguel, this county, about the first of November. He has beeu teaching a private school at La Trimentana during the past six I months. A pair of horses hitched to a buggy got away from their driver and went tearing down Railroad avenue at a lively pace, yesterday morning, but he caught them before any serious damage was done. This office was handed a postal card from a town way down in Arkansas, asking about Vegas, and saying that our fame has been heard of there, and the writer is almost persuaded to come and cast his lwt with us. Koogler, of the Las Vegas Gazette, and Campbell, of the Sun, engaged in terpsichorcan contest at the K. of P. Ball last night. The Miner man acted as critic, and reserves his decision until next week. Socorro Miner. Chief Roman has offered his services as guide to Captain Fountain1, militia company at Mesilla. The company is expected to start on a scouting expedi tion in a few days. Signs of Indians have been seen in the country south of Mesilla. We have received No. 1 of volume one of the Socorro Daily Neius, by G. W. McClintock. This little sheet is edited with quite a show of ability, and we hope it may survive the ills to which little newspapers are liable in their tender years, and grow to be a full Hedged and full grown daily. Mr. H. C. Graham, topographical surveyor, reports some fine coal discov eries at the little town of San Pedro. He says it is one of the finest deposits of coal west of Pennsylvania. The vein is seven feet thick and the coal has much the appearance of anthracite. The railroad company is now running a.branch road from San Marcial to the mines, a distance of twelve miles. Our esteemed friend and ancient com padre, Adolphc Mennett, one of the lead ing spirits of Browne & Manzanares, of Las Vegas, spent a day with his friends in Socorro last week. Mr. Mennett thinks of returning with his family in a short time, to remain permanently. Mrs. Mennett is one of the most accomplish ed vocalists in new Mexico, and would prove a great acquisition to our society New Mexican. A big strike has been made during the last week on the property of Messrs. Hagan & McAlister, in the Gallinas. These parties have been developing their property for some time under the able; management of Major Blakeley and have had from the surface a heavy body of carbonate and galena ore, very heavy in lead, and containing from 25 to 50 ounces in silver to the ton. Last week they uncovered in the bottom of their shaft a vein of quartz rich in horn silver, and which has since widened to two feet. This part of the crevice as sayed into the thousands, sullicicnt to make the entire body a very rich grade ! 1 . J . ore. lius goou ioriune to me owners of the mine is a consequence of having the pluck to wrk the property. This rich find has stimulated the miners of the district to commence work in car nest, and consequently we feel confi dent we shall have the pleasure of chron icling other valuable discoveries soon. Socorro Daily News. Two cases wore up for adjudication yesterday evening in Judge Steele s court. One of them The Territory vs. L. G. Burr, charged with assault upon Trinidad Sena was dismissed, there be ing no evidence that Mr. Burr had any thing to do witli the all'air. The other was the Territory against Barton, char ged with the same oll'ense. Mr. Barton was found guilty and requested to con tribute the sum of twentj'-five dollars and the costs of the case to the city ex chequer, or, if upon reileclion, he should prefer to do so, he might accept the hospitalities of the county and evince his public spirit by aiding in the construction and repair of streets, etc., for the period of thirty days. Mr. Bar ton took the matter under advisement, and we presume will announce his de cision in l-The p i in due time. articulars of the killing of Ike Stockton seem to be about as follows : He and a confederate nomed Cook came into Durango in a wagon. Stockton went up town ami left Cook in the wagon. The sheriff and a deputy got the drop on Cook and ordered him to hold up. lie complied and the officers handcuffed him and started off' at once in search of Stockton. They came up with him on the street and the sheriff slapped him on the shoulder and de manded his surrender. He sprang to one side and attempted to draw his weapon, but the officers were too quick for him and shot him down before he could get his pistol out. His leg was amputated that night and he died at 3 o'clock on the following morning. Cook his pal, will be taken to Texas and tried upon the charge of murder and rape. The town of Glorieta, on the summit of the range, near Glorieta pass, is im proving considerably at present. A number of new houses are in course of erection and everything wears a busi ness air. This place, in time, will make one of the linest mountain resorts in the west. The scenery in the vicin ity cannot be surpassed in grandure and the climate during the summer season especially is superb. Mr. J. K. Thacker, a prominent mine owner and merchant of the Black Range, passed through Las Vegas, yes terday, on his way to Ohio, where he intends to spend the winter. Mr. Thack- er is an old-timer in this country and he expresses himself as greatly Halter ed at the manner in which the material wealth of the Territory is being devel oped. Capt. J. J. Fitzgerrell, during the past two days lias sold sixty-one lots, ranging in price from $75 to $1,100. A goodly number of these lots will be built upon. Two lots sold the Blythe Brothers on Railroad Avenue opposite Gross, Blackwell & Co., will soon have a large two-story stone business house erected, with fifty feet front. A pair of horses attached to a buggy yesterday morning standing in front of Browne & Manzanares establishment took fright and started off" at a lively pace diiiwn Railroad Avenue and would doubtless have smashed things up live ly had they not beeu promptly checked P- 2'omtocs! I'otutoc! One car load for sale at Bell & Co's. The Plaza Grocers and Bakers. I.IST OF MCTTKliS. The following advertised letters remain mi ddled for tit the postoliice for thowock ending Si'pt. JO, 1SS1: Archil leta, J. D. J. d;. Lot Itowens. iiishop Mrs. liliiir, L. O. Caldwell, Mrs. Cora I Coco Samuel Cuwgell O II Con ley Mrs Ellen A Davis Joseph Froeds James Flinn Chus Gillette Col M G Gibson Mrs Annie Wilson Charley W Wilson Chus II Gonsnlez Jedd.ieio Uustijarono J II Hormlcmct Samuel iling Tons Lino Harris Miss Minnie Haywood Thomas Hu.lftt Miss Lizzie LahlowMrH E Leonard G II Drano Miss Hosio I I'u rant Joaquin Fen so J H Rawlings John C liU'lcliff Will Heed Otto August Kohbius Looring Suigar John Simón Chas Kheineniore Mrs Chris Shimmoii Mrs Chus Sheldon L F Sherman Henry I Snell Mrs Martha Soul Mrs Sarah Stupleton W R Sanelouz Senoekloil, Fan Transcript editor of Tnimliley Don I'edro colored Truqiiillo Joselita Hermano Pablo Miva roi Pen- Wood L W :i Might Joseph 2 Wcinbuengec An Herrn Joscu Lom.ií Señor de deniro Maxwell M McPhail .lames McLaughlin Miss A MellviileCD McD-nnntt F E O'Bryan Miss Funny Sept. 30, 1881, Weber Au treno Warden MrsEnhno Worden Win Young Em molt J.N. FURLONG, P.M. Just Received. Car load choice Salt Lake potatoes, Bell & Co. The Plaza Grocers and Rakers. PEK905Ali. Louis Hommel will tike in the fair next week. Isidor Stern returned from the east yesterday. Mr. Jameson, Kansas, is at the Na tional Hotel. A. II. McCloskey, Deming, is at the National Hotel. J. M.Turebull, Bernal, is stopping at the National Hotel. G. II. McClasky, an active miner of Cerrillos, is in the city. Thomas Dalny, of Prescott, Arizona, is at the Sumner House. Mrs. li. J. Holmes returned yesterday from a lengthy visit east. G. W. Hartman, of Peralta, is stop ping at the Sumner House. L. Sulzbackcr goes to Albuquerque next week to attend the fair. M. S. Chilcot, of Pueblo, Col., is reg istered at the Sumner House. Mr. w . Kj. ioorier returned irom a business trip south yesterda. S. Romero, of T. Romero & Son, re turned from the east last night. Pat Colbert is in town and thinks se riously of locating permanently. The Albuquerque fair commences to morrow and continues six days. The Minina World for October 1st, has just been laid upon our desk. Mr. Walsen, of the firm of Walsen & Levy, came up from the valley yester day. Billy Burton had a good house at his free lunch last night. Steady advertis ing pays. Col. George P. Buell, of the Fifteenth Infantry, is in town, en-route to Fort Stanton. Mr. R. A. Kitsler, of the "Optic," came in yesterday from a visit of some weeks cast. D. A. Mooney is making thorough and desirable improvements in the Na tional Hotel. Robt. Cullen came up from the A. & P. front yesterday. He will remain in town several days. Rev. Maxw ell Phillips will attend and probably conduct services at the Pres byterian church to-day. C. T. Griffin and family, of Atchison, Kansas, came in yesterday to visit the Las Vegas Hot Springs. General Buel, Mrs. A. C. and C. II. Burnett, and J. Nenigan, New York, are registered at the Grand View. Conductors' Richie and Markle have been transferred from the Raton to the Las Vegas division of the railroad. Mr. Wilson, an attorney of Gold Park, Col., has been in town several days, the guest of Don Miguel A. Otero Mr. G. V . Hartman came up from Peralta, where he has opened a store. He is going on east to lay in a stock of winter goods. Lieut. Ivenzie, U. S. A., has been spending several days in Vegas. He will have charge of the Navajos at the Albuquerque fair next week. Capt. Fitzgerrell has just issued from this office, a neat and newsy paper brim-full of reliable information about New Mexico and its advantages. Mr. C. M. Lewis, a prominent rner chant and ranchman from Albuquerque, came in yesterday. He has purchased a number of fine bucks of Win. Pinker "Tir i i i ion, oi wagon luounci, ana lias now come to take them to his ranch. Miss Matilda Vaur, an accomplished young lady of Mora, and a neice of Father Guerin, has consented to take part in the series of concerts for the benefit of the Las Vegas college, corn- mencing on the 15th. She will come to this city this week to practice. Rev. Maxwell Phillips, of Salina, Kan sas, came in yesterday accompanied by his family. He has been connected with mission work in Mexico for a num ber of years and comes to the Territo ry to take charge of the Presbyterian mission in Mora county. IIuiiih muí Bacon. 10,000 pounds at Bell & Co's. The Plaza Grocers and Bakers. 3.3!H Mexican Ehcs l or Sale. ve have now near Las Vegas 3,500 nice young Mexican Ewes, which we are offering at $1.50 per head. Will hold them for sale for ten days. T, Romero & Son The latest styles of Ulsters, Dolmans, Cloaks and Dresses, just received at 1 Stern's. 9-24-tf Cream bread, Boston brown bread and buns, at Bell & Co.'s, the plaza grocers ana bakers. y-32-tl Fresh Oysters at Bell & Co.'s, the l'iaza Grocers and 15aers. 9-17-tf White Oaks 8 taue Line. Tho White Oaks Stage Line is running daily coaches from Socorro to Whito Oaks. After Oct. 15th a backboard will run daily to Ft. Stanton. Eighteen hours from Socorro to White Oaks. Good accommodations. Best and quickest way to the White Oaks. i(W-tf H. E. MULNIX. $20 Reward. Strayed or Stolen, from my milk ranch, three miles South-west of Las Vegas, one span of mules, about U hands high. One bay mare inula. One gray horso mule, branded S O L on tho left hip, The above reward will bo paid for information leading to the recovery of same. C. P. JONES. 10-2-tf Fresh Oysters at J. Graaf & Co's. 9-20tf. Cream Bread at Bell & Co's, the Plaza Grocers and Bakers. ! Wanted-For Sale-For Rent-Losl. WANTED-A rood rook. 1 f raatioQ at tins ofllee. Apply for Infor-10-3-tf WANTED Two rxd painter. Apply at Chapman IlalL opposite Gazettk office. JKHMf IXTANTED A miller. Immediately. Ad- f d rt-ns P. Trembi r, La Vegas, N. M. a-4-t "VITANTE Tly an Englishman, a situation V as l)niKT,'íT : finirte-n years experi ence in London and elsewhere: carc-ful dispon ser. Address FISHER, l'ostoffice, Las Vegas. U-2S-IW w r ANTED Tennis to haul brick. Inquire ot W. I. Reamer, at Fnehard s brick yard. 9-21-tf A N TED A iroverncss for four small children, Apply to Mrs T. B. Mllla.9-A)tf "ITTANTED Six day boarders. Good aeconi- t t mouutions. F.iKiuirc at HOPPER UROS. 3-7-Ot "I "IT ANTED. S I x or eight good carpenters. T Vpply to J. U. linker. M3-tf "UTAN'l ED. Fifteen irood carpenters, In IT quire at Lockbart& Co's. 8--tf "ir,NTEl. Two or three uunilierone plun y in? mill bench hands. None but first class need opidy . At Woottcn's planing mill. Aleo a good machine man. 4---tt' ONE FIRST-CLASS Aron combination safo with steel burglar proof money chest for sale at n great bargain. Inquire of J. J. FITZ GERRELL, the live Real Estate Agent. 9-10-lw TflOR SALE Gilt edged residence property J House and two lots at a sacrifice for a few days only. Inquire of J. J. Fitzgerrell, tho live real estate agent. lU-l-ilt Tl ERINO BUCKS 100 for sale cheap. Ap- iJ plytoBlyth Brothers Si Co., Glen Mora Ranch, Watrous. lü-1-tf EOR SALE 1000 cedar posts. Apply Geokqk Ross, or at Lockbart'8 store. to 10-2-rf. 7 O It SaLE One pair of American horses, r buinry and harness: catllo or sheen taken in payment. Apply at this ollice. fkJO-tf 17OIt SALE, a good wall tent, 10x14 feet, near r lynew. For terms call on L. G. Burr, at tho West Side Saloon, back of T. Romero's store. V-lU-lm ij OR SALE A nearly new Waters piano for jl saio ou easy terms oi payments. A. O. BOBBINS. ÍpOR RENT. New store, 25x75, next to Mc 1 Kenzie's hardware on Front Street, New Albuquerque. Address H. M. BRISTOL,9-10-lrn FOR RENT. Baca Hall, for balls, parties, entertainments, lectures, etc. For terms apply to Will C Burton. Agent and Manager. ITIOR RENT. The drug store in the Wesche J building on the pla.a, ut present occupied by F. E. Herbert, is for rent. Apply to the proprietor. U. tj. wsuii. (KMRf. 171 OR RENT. Largo and comfortable- rooms J near the Grand View Hotel. Apply to II, Perez. ü-18-Iw LOST A Colt revolver of 48 cnlibre; black handle with pieco broken off. Ten dol lars reward will be paid for the return of the revolver to Delmonico Restaurant. IOST A pocket bill book, containing mem J oranda, letters, and two passes. A reward of $3.50 will bo paid tor its return to tho St. .Nicholas uotci. J, t . Mi$i-. !K)0-Ut Fresh Oysters at J. Graaf & Co's. 9-20 tf. The best styles of Ulsters, Dolmans, Cloaks and Dresses just received at I. STERN'S. a-24-tf Hams and Bacon. 10,000 pounds at Bell & Go's. Ihe Plaza Grocers and Bakers. Q I 7 e i i s-es H H H Pu re -3 S c H W O cj Q o GO a K H w Oft H O a CO CO THIS IS WHAT MIGHT BE CALLED BETWEEN THE SEASONS AND A COMPLETE R ? Slid oi D To be in readiness and to huvo sufficient room For Fall Goods Is What We are Contemplating. If you are in need of Summer Wearing Ap parel nov is tho time to benefit yourselves by the general Of PRICES ! The reduction in Ladles' Summer Dress Goods and Gents' Light Weight Clothing will be of Special interest to you. Railroad Avenue, East Las Vegas. o o ET BOB Z3P Ca REDUCTION CALM FISK, REAL ESTATE and STOCK BROKER, no public and insu rance AGENT, Office In Optic Block, EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. Offers the Following Prop erty For Sale : 13 Lots in Las Vegas Hill and Town-site Addition at $50. 8 Lots on Grand Avenue at f 50 each. 8 Lots on Railroad Avenue at $50 each. 4 Corner Lots on Grand Avenue at $350. 4 Corner Lots on Railroad Avenue at $350. And all other lots of the Hill and Town site Company's property at from $125 to $250 each. 50 Lots in Buena Vista Addition for sale at from $10 to $125 each payable in monthly installments, deferred pay ments bearing interest at 12 per cent per annum. This property is rapidly enhancing in value and is altogether one of the best invest ments offered in this city. 2 Residence lots on Railroad Avenue, price $75 each. 5 Residence lots on Grand Avenue, in Block 31, $100 each. 0 Residence lots on Railroad Avenue, in Block 33, $75 each. 0 Residence lots on Railroad Avenue, in Block 31, $75 each. 3 Residence lots on Grand Avenue, in Block 31, $100 each. 5 Residence lots on Fourth Street, in Block 29, $150 each. Lots in Buena Vista addition from $50 to $125 each. Sold on monthly pay ments. BUSIITESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY. 9 Corner lots on Fourth Street, in Block 30, $125 each. 2 Business lots adjoining San Migue Bank, $1,000 each. Business house and lot close to St. jNicnoias Hotel, rents tor pul) per month, price $1,000. Large storeroom, 25x85 ieet, 2 stories high, built of brick and stone, price $4.500. Large Stone Block, cut stone front, rents lor iflio per month, price $4,500. j large store rooms anu a nice corner lots on the plaza for sale cheap to a cash customer. Rent for $250 per mouth. Lot and good business house on Street Railroad, price $1,000. Rents for $50 per month. Business building, 25x140 feet, rents for $1,000 per year, price $3,000. Frame residence, seven nice rooms, aiu two nice lots, price $1,100. House and two lots, enclosed with wire fence, house containing four good rooms, price $800. Residence, six good rooms, and lot rents tor fis per montii, price $1,000. T t I arge residence, modern style, con tains eight good rooms, fronts east two lots enclosed with good fence handsome picket in front, remain ing three sides high board fence grounds planted in shade trees good well of water price $2,500. isricK resiucnce, contains live rooms good lot, desirable location, rents for $30 per month, price $2,000. Two good residences, three lots, rent for $40 per month, price $1,700. One residence, live rooms, good lot, rents for $25 per month, price $800, If you want to buy a lot; If j-ou want to buy a house; If you want to sell a lot; If you want to sell a house; If you have a house to rent; If you want to rent a house; If you want to invest your money so as to secure best returns in shortest time, call on m and we wil endeavor to please you. No trouble to answer questions. No trouble to show you around. If you came to Las Vegas to locate or invest, be sure and come to see us and we will do you good. CALVIN FISK, R PAL ESTATE AGENT, Optic Block, - EAST LAS VEGAS. J. J. FITZGERRELL, THE LIVE REAL ESTATE Las Vegas, N. M. J. J. FitgorrelI, tho live real estate man, has for sale a largo number of flno business and desirable residence lots in different parta of tho new and old portions of the city. Par ties seeking investments in real patato, bimi- ( ness chances, business and dwelling houses, 1 should call on Fitzgerrell; ho can accommo date them. T-pOR LEASE Four lots Jon Douglass and ' Lincoln Avenues. 4K DOLLARS will buy the Bedsteads, IvJ Bedding, Crockery. Glassware, unci Stoves, and a genera loutttt to a hotel. A lease can bo hud for one year at low rent ; has plen ty or rooms Him in wuu 10 jnieu. Q Í If li 1 COLLARS will buy a 9 í V J . J J KJ grant of Wi.OOO acres: one of the best cattle ranges in the Territory. 4nfi DOLLARS will buy a flno 4 J J KJ stock dairy aud farming ranch near the city. Cr7 Tí will uu y one or too nnestlots O I O J I" the center of the town front iug Douglas and Main Streets. Lot T,x)HV feet. Most elegantly situated. IKdi DOLLARS will buy a splendid t)JV new residence, six nxims. two lots fronting on Maine Street. Rents for 140 per month. yviLi rAviiAiu, iarms ana town proper ty in Kansas und Illinois for real cstato in Las Vegas. EIGHT ROOM adobo house, handsonm grounds, elegantly finished from tho kitchen to tho parlor. Reudy for housekeeping. Will sell at asaeritlee. 1 T) AAA DOLLARS will buy by l V y Vy warrantee deed a first class cattle rancho that will range 20,000 head of cattle. HOTEL FOR SALE OR RENT. For partic ulars apply to J. J. Fitzgerrell. Qf A A i WILL BUY BY WARRAN-Oli-UA M I TEE DEED live miles of living wuter controlling 100 square miles of tho finest range on tho Pecos river. Call and see pi at. 6 FT A A Dollars will buy one of tho ÜVVy best shimrlo mills in the terri tory, together with 3,000 acres of fino land. Forashinglo mill man who understands the business this is a fortune. 2K (( Dollars will buy one of tho J J J finest ranch properties on the Pecos river. 700 acres under cultivation. with all kinds of fruit and vegetables in abun dance. This is a nuignittcent stock ranch, mak king altogether one of the most desirable bornes and ranches in tho territory. . rTA A A A Dollars will buy one of I ViVV the larirest and best, an- pointud stock ranges in the territory; a splen did residence; eight miles of riverfront: nu merous lakes and springs; well watered and well sheltered; all under fence; making oneof the best stock ranges in tho world. Grant title perfect. Ql F-Íi wi" ,n,y a F001 new three room ijrtfJ f house and two lots near the rail road depot and round house. kt tíí Head of sheep for sale JJf Wethers, ewes and lambs. CjQOfí UUY A GOOD FOUR 0J ROOM HOUSE near tho Machine Shops. A bargain. 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 c-heaD for cash. I.10R SALE. -Two of the best mining claims ; and a one-fourth interest in one of the best developed mines In tho Mineral Hill mining camp. 1 U EN A VISTA TOWN COMPANY LOTS for J J sale cheap. MINERAL CITY business und residence lots for sale. ONE OF THE BEST BUSINESS HOUSES in the city for sale. A splendid residence, grounds, furniture, all completo for a home. Call-and see. for sale, one dairy and irardenimr farm víit cheap, two miles from the city, une hotel lurmshed oomnlete. Hun h11 the business it can accommodate. One of the best corner lots and biisines houses in the city lor sale at a bargaiu. Cull anu see. One of the finest irardens in New Mux Inn. A rare chance for a gardner and florist to make a fortune I have for sale in Mills & Chapman's addition to tho Hot Springs; these lots will be sold cheap. I also have for sale several flue stock runchos in tho different portions of the Territory. ron KENT. A number of desirable business houses on the different fmsincss streets of the citv. nlso oflices, restaurants and dwellings. IX vou want to rent property call. jtememner tnat the best business chances arc always to be had by calling on J. J. F'lTZOKHIlELI, Tho live real estate agent, oftico on Grand avenue. Xotlre to Contractors. Sealed bids will be received ut my office up to 7 o'clock p. in. Wednesday, October 12th, for the construction of a two story business house in East Las Vegas for Eugene Reillev. Plans and specifications to be seen at my ollice. Tho right to reject any and all bids Is reserved. Chas. Wheelock, Architect. 10-1-ilt Fresh Lake Fish at Bell & Co.'s, the plaza grocers and bakers. 9-30-tf Fresh Lake Fish at Bell & Co.'s, the plaza grocers and bakers. 9-30-tf Full weight and I'ark Grocery. fair count, at the 7-27 tf Attention! The new Delmonico restaurant in East Las Vegas near Mendenhall, Hun ter & Co's. stables is now open to the public with all the delicaclies of the season. The hungry and the fastidious public will govern themselves accord ingly. The house is first-class and me als will be served from bills of fare. D-l-tf The candy factory is now open, and is turning out the finest candy ever shown in this city. Center street, East Las Vegas. W. Cooper, - 28-tf Proprietor. Fresh Oysters at Bell & Co.'s, tho Plaza Grocers and Bakers. i)-17-tf The latest styles of Ulsters, Delmans, Cloaks and Dresses just received at I. Stern's. 0-24-tf Ice cold Budweiser beer at Billy's. A fine lot of Fresh Butter and Eggs just received by A. G. Stark. l)-22-3t Fresh Oysters at Bell & Co.'s, tho Plaza Grocers and Bakers. Ü-17-tf The traveling public will find every thing first-class at the Grand View Ho tel. Cream bread, Boston brown bread and buns, at Bell & Co.'s, grocers aud bakers. the plaza t)-22-tf Cream bread, Boston brown bread and buns, at Bell & Co.'s, tho plaza grocers and bakers. U-22-tf For cheap hardware go to Lockhart &Co's. 2-lltf Perfectly Elegant. Thoso Salt Lake potatoes, at Bell & Co's. The Plaza Grocers and Bakers. Tren OjTNtera Every day direct from Baltimore, wholesale and retail, at Philips & Milli gans' on Centre street. Also fresh fish twice each week. ü-10-lm Wanted. Three good saw-mill men by Luckcy & Jones, Glorieta, N. M. U-2.-Gt \n\n am iros.