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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1881 GA2ETTE LEAKING. Did Mooney owe you anything? Coal is selling at ten dollars per ton. Fitzgerrell sold twenty-three lots yes terday. The last few daj-s have been line wea ther for young ducks. Matt Beckers has been sober ever niñee Mooney went away. Both trains were behind time yester day, detained by washouts. The first floor of Doc. Milligan's new building will be occupied as a clothing store. A line coal mine near Las Vegas is just what is needed now to double the boom. W learn that railroad men from all along the line are buying property in Las Vegas. The continuous wet weather will seri ously interfere with the success of the Albuquerque fair. The waterworks people are rushing things. They have headquarter.? for the present at Hot Springs. We understand the raffle for the min eral collection of Henry Essinger will come oft" in a few days. A heavy rain visited this section yes terday. It was a regular settled rain after the manner of the Eastern States. Who is figuring on the contract for carrying the mail from Las Vegas to Fort Stanton? Better think about it, hadn't you? Wood will be a cash article this win ter and some man will make money by providing a goodly quantity near town, in case of severe weather. Carl Schulz and II. Jacob, of Saint Louis, and M. Whiteman, of this city, go over to White Oaks to-day, to be gone some two weeks. Calvin Fisk sold, yesterday, twenty seven' lots in the Buena Vista addition to Las Vegas, to J..Rosenwald for the sum of fourteen hundred dollars. M. Whiteman, the pioneer merchant of White Oaks, has shipped twenty-two wagon loads of goods to his branch es tablishment at that place within the past few days. The Pueblo News says', that tracklay ing will soon begin on he D. & N. O. Railroad and expects the road to be completed to East Pueblo within the next ninety days. The rainy weather is seriously inter fering witli the fair at Albuquerque. We are sorry for this as the first exposi tion should have a good send oft". Ev erything promised well. Mr. Jay Byrne got ready and got into his good clothes for a trip East yester day, but owing to the wash-out below no train came for him, and at last ac counts he was still waiting at the de pot. An ellbrt is being made to form a con solidated coal prospecting company in Las Vegas. We hope it may succeed, and that mountains of black diamonds may be unearthed in our immediate vicinity. Mr. Edward Henry, the grave, gray haired gentleman who presides at Browning's headquarters, has made up his mind to grow rich in his old age, and taken just the steps to do it, in vesting in real estate and advertising in the Gazette. D. T. Moony has not yet turned up, and one by one his villainies came to light. He seems to have come here to steal and swindle to the full extent of his ability and to have consistently kept this object in view and governed him self accordingly during his stay. The Colorado Springs Gazette gives a detailed account of the killing of Chas. Wilson and Elmore Marvin, both color ed, by a gang of cow-boys at Hugo on Saturday last. From all that is known it is understood that the negroes and the cow-boys were all drunk, and hence the row. A. E. Clifton, who, as agent some time since sold the Caledonian mine at Central City, Col., to Cincinnati parties and skipped out with the first payment of ten thousand dollars, has been cap tured at New Orleans, and the Colora do authorities have sent a man to bring him back there for trial. Mr. William Pinkerton, of Wagon Mound, called at the Gazette ollice yes terday. Mr. Pinkerton has been down to Santa Fc. and was on his way home. He informs us that a post-ollice has re cently been established at Wagon Mound, and named Pinkerton, much to the chagrin of the modest proprietor of the name, in that community. Geo. S. Sweet, the able editor of the Galveston Journal of Commerce, is writing a splendid series of letters on New Mexico, the climate, productions, mineral resources, hot springs, etc. He gives a just word of praise to all, and shadows forth in eloquent words the fu ture greatness of the Territory and the growing city of Las Vegas. Such en dorsements will do us good. Mr. Sweet is urging the rapid construction of the great Texas Midland railroad to Las Vegas. He says it is coming as surely as the sun will rise this morning, and coming rapidly. A meeting was held at Trinidad on Moaday last and a company organized for the purpose of building a railroad from El Moro to Trinidad and thence south to the Colorado line by way of Long's Canon. Articles of association were agreed to and tiled with the Coun ty Recorder and an application made to the Secretary of State for a charter. As soon as this is granted they propose to push work upon the road as rapidly as possible. The purpose is to build on south from the head of Long's Canon via the head of Red River and the Vcr mejo to Las Vegas, provided the people of Las.Vegas want, and will help to build this southern extension. Judg ing from the tone of the News the peo ple of Trinhiud mean business in this matter and are going to push it through at once. This line to Las Vegas would give us, with the D. &N. O. completed, three lines to Denver and the east, and we have no hesitency in saying that Las Vegas will, at all times, be found willing and ready to give substantial aid to any enterprise that promises a railroad over this route which has been all along a favorite one with Las Vegas people. From the Denver Times we learn that Edward A. Eggleston who made him self notorious throughout Colorado for his brilliancy as a writer upon mining matters, as well as by his consúmate rascality, was killed by Indians a short time since, near Fort Wingate. He came to Colorado several years ago, as a mining export and scientific corres pondent for eastern papers. After va rious adventures he was jailed at Pueblo for shooting a man whom he had swindled at Rosita. After being in jail four months he secured bail and left- Colorado coming down in to New Mex ico and nassinir under the name of Hugh Marsha!. lie was finally identi fied and taken back to Pueblo and jail ed to await trial and just before the time fixed for his trial he escaped, and again assuming the name of Hugh Mar shall, came into this Territory, married and lived about Albuquerque until he met his fate at the hands of the Indians Yesterday evening as a freight train containing 00 or oo cars was coming down the grade on this side of the mountain, one of the draw bars of a car in the middle of the train was pulled out and divided the train. The men on the front saw it and skipped out as live ly as possible, while every man on the rear grabbed a brake and tried to stop it, which theydid after a short run. The train was under the manipulation of "Happy Jack," and it did not take him very long to have things in running order again. The managers of the road will continue to send (30 and 70 cars down the mountain with only two or three brakemen, until some of these days they will make match-timber of the whole biz, and kill a half dozen men. Trinidad News. We had t he pleasure yesterday of in specting Doc. Milligan's new hall, and found it finely adapted to its purpose. It is sixty feet long by twenty-four wide and will seat from two hundred to two hundred and fifty persons. The stage is twelve feet deep by thirteen feet wide and is provided with four elegantly painted curtains. This hall and its convenient appointments suggest that Lns Vegas should have a lecture asso ciation or some means of providing wholesome and instructive entertain ments for the long winter evenings that will soon be here. Flue .Apples. J. J. Dolan arrived yesterday from Fort Stanton. He brought up with him and presented us somo very large and fine apples grown in the orchard of Chas. Fritz. Mr. Fritz's ranch is situ ated on the Rio Bonito, some eighteen miles east of Fort Stanton. The fruit Í9 of peculiarly fine flavor, mellow and thin skinned. They are as good as we ever tasted, and show what can be done in New Mexico with a little attention and care. This will be pre-eminently a fruit country. Walking- Match. Arrangements have been completed for the walking match between Madame DuPree, of Chicago, and three picked men of this city. The former will walk for six consecutive days, and the latter will walk two days each. The bet is for $500 that the lady will walk a greater distance than three men. . It will make an exciting contest. The Las Vegas orchestra will be in attendance, and the best order will be maintained. The whole will be under the management of Billy Burton, of this city. People who ' conte'mplate locating in Las Vegas, and there are myriads of them at the present time, can rest as sured that we will get three more rail roads inside of two years. One will be the Narrow Guago from Denver, anoth er will be the Texas Midland from Gal veston, and the third will be the St. Louis & San Francisco, soon to be put under construction from Vinita in the Indian TeiTitory. These three roads will find their way into the valley of the Gallinas with the certainty of fate. Volume 1, No. 1, of the Mineral City News, by J. W. Barney, editor and pro1 prietor, has been received. It is a very creditable five-column paper, replete with news and local items relating to Mineral Hill. Long may it live and grow in prosperity with the growth of this lively camp. PERSONAL. Charles Fields, Las Cruces, is in town. Jay Byrne got off last night for a trip east. R. Sacob, St. Louis, is at the Nation al Hotel. Frank Dupree, Chicago, is at the Sum ner House. Dr. G. A. Mills, of Brooklyn, is at the Grand View. P. G. Reynolds, Dodge City, is at the National Hotel. Prof. Ashley enjoys seeing the uew college building grow. Dr. Bayley has his good looking face disfigured by toothache. M. A. Otero, jr., is, we understand, quite sick of pneumonia. C. Woodwoath was registered, yester day, at the Sumner House. Geo. Pratt, of the Panhandle, Texas, stops at the National Hotel. Billy Burton went to Albuquerque yes terday to take in the fair. He will re turn Friday. . Judd Credit was looking for a train last night in order to get off to the fair at Albuquerque. J. C. O. Morse, editor of the White Oaks Golden Era, is in the city in the interest of his paper. B. M. Rohmer, of Mora and Mr. An derson, of Watrous, were looking after business matters in the city yesterday. J. J. Dolan came up, yesterday, bringing his sister-in-law, Miss Clara Fritz. Mrs. La Rue will return with him to Lincoln on account of the acci dent which recently befell La Rue. Mrs. Chilcott and daughter, Miss Kate Chilcott, of Pueblo, who have been visiting some weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Jeff. Reynolds, expected to return by last night's train to their home in Pueblo. Mrs. Raynold's accompanies them. UOKX. To the wife of Andres Sena, at Los Alamos, Oct. 5th, a son. We appreciate the advertising Las Vegas gives Trinidad, but in making clippings, we ask the Gazette to give credit to the paper it clips from. We don't care to build up a reputation for uie opposition paper. Trinidad Acws We clipped some sharp little thing from the Trinidad News a few days since and by mistake credited it to the 'Times, and hence the above complaint from the News. We stand corrected and beg pardon. We believe in "rend ering unto Cossar the things that be Ca;- sar's," always, and if wo fail at any time to do so, let Casar come forward and claim his own as the News does. Now let Las Vegas join hands with Trinidad and build the new railroad clear through to Las Vegas. Trinidad News. Las Vegas extends both hands and will have them well filled with substan tial encouragement whenever she is sat isfied that Trinidad means business. The Texas Midland. By the Texas Midland railroad we will bo but eight hundred miles from the Gulf. One-third of the road is al ready built, and the balance will be built. 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. Fresh Oysters at Bell & Co.'s, the rlaza Grocers and Bakers. 9-17-tf Fresh Lake Fish at Bell & Co.'s, the plaza grocers and bakers. 9-30-tf Choice Butter and fresh Eggs at Bell & co. 's, the l iaza Urocers ana Bakers. 9-17-tf Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Maxevl have received their new goods, and are now prepared to do all kinds of fine mil linery work. Mrs. Roberts daughter also aous her services which makes it one of the most complete establish ments in the citv. Second floor, Baca building. 10-5-tf Fresh Lake Fish at Bell & Co.'s, the plaza grocers and bakers. 9-30-tf I.i(l!e Shop Around the Corner. Henry Wenk, the barber, is again on deck at the little shop around the cor ner, Railroad Avenue. He will be glad to see all his old friends. He keeps clean razors and sharp towels, and pa trons will find him a first class barber. 10-4-lw Granulated, crushed, puiverized and all kinds of sugar just received by the car-load by T. Romero & Son. 10-4-3L A car-load of sugar just received at T. Romero & Son. 10-4-3t Cream bread, Boston brown bread and buns, at Bell & Co.'s, the plaza grocers and bakers. 9-22-tf Granulated, crushed, pulverized, and all kinds of sugar at T. ltomero & Son. 10-4-3t, Furniture. Lockhart & Co. keep a fine line of fur niture of all grades; very superior par lor sets, chairs, etc. 10-5-tf Fresh Oysters at J. Graaf&Co's. 9-20tf. Harem aud Bacon. 10,000 pounds at Bell & Co's. The Plaza Grocers and Bakers. 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-lost. "TANTED A number one turner and ma- chine man. Good wage?. Apply at Wootcn's Pinning MilL -7-tf . WANTED Immediately, a good Clerk, no others need apply. Good wages paid. lU-il-H. iSJJJUU BifclliN. w ANTED A good cook. Apply for infor mation at wis oiuce. -lu-w-ti WANTED Two good painters. Apply at Chapman Hull, opposite Gazette office. u-sit-tr WANTED By an Englishman, a situation as Drug Clerk ; fourteen years experi ence in London and elsewhere; curefuldlspcn ser. Address FISHER, PoBtoffloe, Las Venas. JK-IW w ANTED Six day boarders. Good accom modations. Enquire at HU1TKU mtus. H-7-i;t WANTED. Six or eight good carpenters. Apply to J. B. Baker. -ÜMf 7 ANTED. Fifteen good carpenters. In II quire at Lockhart & Co's. 8-C-tf WANTED. Two or three number one pinn ing mill bench hnnds. None but lirst class need apply. At Woolten's planing mill. Also a good machine man. 4-'.K2-tf IjlOR SALE. Nativo shingles can bo found " at Mr. Klnuchard's store, on the plaza, at wholesale prices. llt-4-ümt EUINO BUCKS 100 for sale cheap. Ap- uj piy to myta liancb, Watrous. ly to Blyth Brothers & Co., Glen Mora JU-l-tt FOR SALE 1000 cedar posto. Apply to Geokge Ross, or at Loekhart's store. 10-2-rf. FOR SALE, a good wall tent, 10x14 feet, near ly new. For terms call on L. G. Burr, at the West Side Saloon, back of T. Romero's Btore. 9-lU-lm tjiOR SALE A nearly new Waters piano for sale on easy terms of payments. A. O. KOBBINS. FOR KENT. New store, 2,"x5, next to Me Kcnzie's hardware on Front Street, New Albuquerque. Address H. M. BUISTOL,!M0-lm FOR RENT. Baca Hall, for balls, parties, entertainments, lectures, etc. For terms apply to Will C Burton, Agent and Manager. FOR RENT. The drug store in the Wcsche building on the plaza, at present occupied by P. E. Herbert, is for rent. Apply to the proprietor. C. E. WESCHE. (KiO-tf. To All Whom it May Concern. The partnership existing between F. W. Tot ter, a. u. itupe and f. w . uastlc, under the firm name of F. W. Potter & Co., doing busi ness at Las Vegas and Albuoueraue. N. M.. ex pires by limitation Nov. 10, 1881, unless sooner dissolved by mutual consent. Oct. 1, 18S1. F. W. POTTER & CO. IT WILL Be of advantage to all buyers of cloth ini gents1 furnishing goods, boots and shoes, hats and caps, etc., to defer their purchases for a few days until my new fall and winter goods arrive. The largest stock to select from, latest styles, good, reliable goods, and prices low. Please give me a call. ISIDOR STERN, West Las Vegas. Fresh Lake Fish at Bell & Co.'s, the plaza grocers and bakers. 9-30-tf Perzoine a specialty at 8-3-tf Billy's. ' Choice Butter and fresh Eggs at Bell & Co.'s, the Plaza Grocers and Bakers. 9-17-tf o d I O m en 99 f c P CO w p 09 0 0 0 p I Ü H 0 CO W 0 o - 3 -- re HL o 0 3 e. S J3 a a p. er H o o 3 J3 m 1 -LB 3EEE X IS WHAT MIGHT BE CALLED BETWEEN THE SEASONS AND A COMPLETE Í piliinti mi Sítnnlr To be In readiness and to have sufficient room For Fall Goods Is What Wo are Contemplating. If you ore in need of Summer Wearing Ap parel now is the time to benefit yourselves by the general REDUCTION Of PRICES ! The reduction In Ladies' Summer Dress Goods and Gents' Lightweight Clothing will be of Special interest to you. Railroad Avenue, East Las Vegai. CALI FISK, REAL ESTATE d STOCK BROKER, Nil PUBLIC 110 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 ami Town-site Addition at $50. 8 Lots on Grand Avenue at $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 forsale at from $40 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 B.ock 34, $100 each. C Residence lots on Railroad Avenue, in Block 33, $75 each. G 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. BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY. 9 Corner lots on Fourth Street, in Block 30, $125 each. 2 Business lots adjoining San Miguel Bank, $1,000 each. Business house and lot close to St Nicholas Hotel, rents for $G0 per month, pa-ice $1,000. Large storeroom, 25x85 feet, 2 stories high, built of brick and stone, price $4.500. Large Stone Block, cut stone front, rents for $110 per month, price $4,500. 2 large store rooms and 2 nice corner lots on the plaza for sale cheap to a cash customer. Rent for $250 per month. 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, and 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 for $48 per month, price $1,000. Largo 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. Brick residence, contains five 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, five rooms, good lot, rents for $25 per month, price $800. If you want to buy a lot; If you 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 us and we will endeavor to please you. No trouble to answer questions. No trouble to show you around. If you come to Las Vegas to locate or invest, be sure and come to see us and we will do you good. CALVIN FISK, Rf AL ESTATE AGENT, Optic Block, - EAST LAS VEGAS. J.J.FrrZSERRELL, TIE LIVE REAL ESTATE Las Vegas, N. M. J. J. Fitzgerrell, the live real cstute man, has for sale a Urge number of fine buslnens and desirable residence lots In different parts of tho new and old portions of the city. Par ties see king Investments in real estate, busi ness chances, business and dwelling houses, should call on Fitzgerrell; be can accommo date them. 1 "V will buy an i legantTioine in one X.JJV7 of the best neighborhoods in the city, Really this is one of tho most desir able bargains ever offered in Las Vegas. 8-7-tf FOU LEASE Four loUJon Douglass and Lincoln Avenues. A DOLLAUS will buy tho Bedsteads, TTiJVf Hedding. Crockery, (iliiHsware. and Stoves and a genera kiuttit to a hotel. A leaso can tie haa lor one year at low rent ; has plen ty of rooms and is well lo :ntel. )f fff DOLLAUS will buy a O Vj, J J V grant of 9B,000 acres; one of the best cattle ranges in the Territory. 4AAA DOLLAUS will buy a line (UU KJ stock dairy and farming ranch near the city. Q.1 Kf WILL BUY one of the finest lots 4 I fj J in the center of the town front ing Douglas and Main Streets. Lot 7x.1 feet. Most elegantly situated. "I K f DOLLARS will buy a splendid JLOvyvV new residence, six rooms, two lots fronting on Maino Street. Rents for $10 per month. WILL EXCHANGE, farms and town proper ty in Kansas and Illinois for real estitto in La Vegas. EIGHT ROOM ndobo house, handsome grounds, elegantly finished from tho kitchen to the parlor. Ready for housekeeping. Will srll at a sacrifice. 19 ñon DOLLARS will buy by JL-áJjyj warrantee deed a first chías cattle ranche that will rango 20,000 head of cattle. HOTEL FOR SALE OR RENT. For partic ulars apply to J. J. Fitzgerrell. Q.ÍX CCC WILL BUY BY WAHRAN pJ9JVjJ TEE DEED live miles of living water controlling 100 square miles of the finest range on the Pecos river. Call and see plat. 6KHn Dollars will buy one of the J KJ J best shingle mills in the terri tory, together with 3,000 acres of fine land. For a shingle mill man who understands the business this is a fortune. QK ff Dollars will buy one of tho JJ J J finest ranch properties on the Pecos river. 700 acres under cultivation, with all kinds of fruit and vegetables in ubun dance. This is o magnificent stock ranch, mak king altogether one of tho most desirable homes and ranches in tho territory. J KJ J V the largest and bcKt ap pointed stock ranges in the territory; a splen did residence; eight miles of riverfront: nu merous lakes and springs; well watered aud well sheltered; all under fence; making one of the best stock ranges in the world. Grant title perfect. Ql KA will buy a good new threo room tprttj J htmse and two lots near the rail road depot and round bouse. i)f ff( Hoa(1 o sheep for salo -ÚVjUvU Wethers, ewes and lambs. QQOP WILL nUY A GOOD FOUR p O i O ROOM HOUSE neur 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 tho Park. Will be sold cheap for cash. FOR SALE. -Two of the best mining claims and a one-fourth interest in one of the best developed mines In tho Mineral Hill mining UENA VISTA TOWN COMPANY LOTS for saie cneap. INERAL CITY business and residence lots for salo. M1 ANE OF THE BEST BUSINESS HOUSES in i no cuy ror sale. A splendid residence, grounds, furniture, all completo for a home. Call and see. For sale, one dairy and gardening farm very cheap, two miles from the city, One hotel furnished complete, Has all the business it can accommodate. One of the best corner lots and business houses in tho city for. sale at a bargain. Call and see. One of the finest gardens in New Mexico. A rare chanco for a gurdner and llorist to make a fortune. I have for salo in Mills & Chapman's addition to the Hot Springs; theso lots will be sold chenp. I also have for sale several fine stock ranches in the different portions of the Territory. FOR HUNT. A number of desirable business houses on the different business streets of the citv, also oflicos, restaurants and dwellings, if you want to rent property call. Remember that the best business chances are always to bo hud by calling on J. J. FiirzoKRiici.il lhe live real estate agent, ollice on Grand avenue. Ntoves. Six hundred in stock and on the way at Lockhart & Co.'s. Examine .their stock and get their prices before pur chasing. 10-5-1 w- Queeiiawnre. A large and select stock at Lockhart & Co.'s. sO-5-lw. Hoy' Clothing. Three hundred suits of boy's cloth ing, in every style, from $2.50 up to $10, a very choice lot of goods, just re ceived, atH. Romero & Bro's. 10-5-Ot IlnniM and Bacon. 10,000 pounds at Bell & Cos. The Plaza Grocers and Bakers. For Stoves, Furniture, Hardware and Quccnsware, go to Lockhart & Co.'s. 10-5-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 thé dclicaclies of the season. The hungry and the fastidious public will govern themselves accord ingly. The house is lirst-class and meals will be served from bills of fare. il-1-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, 9- 28-tf Proprietor. Fresh Oysters at Bell & Co.'s, the Plaza Grocers and Bakers. 9-17-tf Ice cold Budweiser beer at Billy's. 5-6-tf Fresh Oysters at Bell & Co.'s, the Plaza Grocers and Bakers. 9-17-tf Tho 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, the plaza grocers and bakers. 9-22-tf Cream bread, Boston brown bread and buns, at Bell & Co.'s, the plaza grocers and bakers. 9-22-tf For cheap hardware go to Lockhart & Co's. 2-1 ltf Perfectly Elccnnt. Those Salt .Lake potatoes, at - ' Bell & Co's. The Plaza Grocers and Bakers. I'rcHli Oyntern Every day direct from Baltimore, wholesale and retail, at Philips & Milli gana' on Centre trtreet. Also fresh fish twice each week. " i-16-lm \n\n a a iros.