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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1881 GAZETTE CILEAXIXUS. No scarcity of rain. Mud plenty and to spare. ! The walking match begins on Sun day. District Court convenes on Monday next. There are rumors of trouble with the Ute Indians. Property sold in twenty-four hours by Calvin Fisk, Optic Block. Mrs. Kd. Moore has had a severe at tack of neuralgia of the heart. Mr. B. B. Borden is building a neat and convenient dwelling for rent. Complaints of too much rain come thick and fast from Albuquerque. It is rumored that Collector Robinson, of New York, has tendered his resigna tion. liraory A. Storrs has been asked to assist in the defence of Guiteau and de clined. We lead the trade in real estate Come and see if we don't. Calvin Fisk, Optic Black. An effort is being' made to secure the removal of Col. Tracy from the post office at St. Joseph, Mo. Come and let us show you some cheap property, and oblige, Yours truly, Cal vin Fisk, Optic Block. The weather seems determined to forestall the water-works in supplying Las Vegas with the aqueous element. The fine stone business building on the south side of Centre street, is being roofed in and will soon be ready for oc cupancy. A portion of the Las Vegas delega tion to the fair at Albuquerque were tied up yesterday at Lamy on account of washouts. Mr. Edward Henry, of Browning's Ileal Estate Agency, reports the sales of town lots aggregating five hundred dollars yesterday. A gentleman who came to Las Vegas a few weeks since and bought two lots for $800. has just refused $1,200 for them and withdrawn them from the market. Prof. Robertson showed us yesterday a glittering yellow button reduced from White Oaks placer production that weighed something over eleven dollars. Roscoe Colliding has been threatened with assassination, The letter has been placed in the hands of the New York police, and they are trying to hunt the matter down. Th change in administration seems to be creating a disposition to court more changes all round. Certainly no changes should be made simply because the appointing power has passed into new hands. We have been selling property so fast lately that we are compelled to ask these having property for sale to call in at once and place the same on our books, it will be disposed of promptly. Calvin Fisk, Optic Block. We understand that the Anheuser Busch Brewing Company of St. Louis, has become quite largely interested in mining property at White Oaks, and will soon ship all necessary machinery there for its development. No tidings of the vanished Mooney yet. We understand that a paper is being circulated and subscriptions raised to oiler a good substantial reward for his capture and return, so that those he swindled can see him smile again. The train that went south from Las Vegas Wednesday could not get farther than Glorieta on account of washouts and returned to Las Vegas yesterday. The one going south yesterday was abandoned from this place and turned back. The cranky, croaking prophets of evil are already reading evil portents in the horoscope of the coming year. One of this class now comes to the front with a prediction that the country is to be devastated next year by the Asiatic cholera. The most puzzling puzzle, since the 13, 15, 14 mania, is: what is Conkling going to do with Arthur, and what is Arthur going to do with Conkling, and what is each going to do with the other, and what are both going to do with themselves and the country? The wife of one of our leading busi ness men', looking after his affairs in his absence, says she is prepared to set tle with any oue owing her husband, but prefers he should audit all accounts due from him. There's a good point in that way of doing business. Eh? Rev. Maxwell Phillips and family went out to their new home in Mora county yesterday. Mr. Phillips came to this territory to found a Presbyterian mission in Mora, and from his long ex perience in mission work he is no doubt well qualified for its arduous duties. It is stated that on the day of Presi dent Lincoln's death the Boston Herald sold 83,520 copies, while on the day af ter President Gariiold died it sold 270, 4 40 copies. This may be taken as in some measure indicating the develop ment of the newspaper business in the intervening sixteen years. ACCIDENT AT LIBERTY. GUIerman'a Store Cavea In nd Kills Dudley Jone. About five o'clock yesterday morning I the store of William Gillcrman haTing j been undermined by the recent heavy ! rains, fell in with a crash. Three men whose names were T. Platner, Frank Roberts and Dudley Jones, were sleep ing in a room of the building. Jones was caught by the falling walls, and so bruised and mangled that he died in an hour after being extricated from the ruins. The other two men escaped with only slight injuries. Mr. Giller man's clerk and the buckboard driver "Dutchy" were sleeping in an ad joining room. It took some hour and a half to extricate poor Jones from the debris of the fallen building and he lived only a short time after being re leased. He came to that place from Southern Texas, and is said to belong to a most estimable family. The dam age done to the building and stock will not fall far short of two thousand dol lars. Texas papers are requested to copy the above, as all the friends and rela tives of the young man Jones live in that State. The railroad company recently form ed in Trinidad is backed up by men whose ability and wealth gives it sig nificance, and guarantees its success, It is a fact that a number of wealthy men in Eastern Pennsylvania have re cently become Very largely interested in the development and prosperity of Trinidad and the surrounding country, and these men fully appreciate the im portance of enlarged and cheapened facilities for transportation and they have the means to provide just what they need in that direction, and it may be relied upon that they will not be slow to take such steps as will assure success, and do it promptly and thor- oughty, and the citizens of Las Vegas may make up their minds to be called upon in the near future to say whether they want this road to come here or no. The old reliable real estate agency of C. R. Browning comes to the front this morning with a large local advertise ment setting forth the property they have for sale in the different portions of Las Vegas. Mr. B. is one of our most substantial and reliable business men and has been engaged in real estate since the commencement of the boom Messrs. Edward Henry and C. Frank Allen, two thoroughly competent men, are looking after the real estate busi ness during Mr. Browning's absence. ' About to-morrow our citizens who went in the buoyancy of bright antici pation to the fair at Albuquerque will begin to return, and we predict they will come home dam) and cross and disappointed, and wishing they had remained at home. The rain has, as we learn, made the fair almost a failure and we sympathize sincerely with the enterprising citizens of Albuquerque in this disappointment. The Leadville Chronicle gives the de tails of a terrific fight between John McHcnry and a grizzly bear on Frying Pan creek in that vicinity. After incf feetuallv shooting the bear several times with a repeating rille they closet and McIIenry finished him with his re volver, after having his clothes torn off and being otherwise badly used up in the fight. A deserter from Company I, 15th In fantry, U. S. A., was identified and de tained in Las Vegas Wednesday night by Arthur Jilson, of the Occidental sa loon. The deserter, whose name is Walla, was passing under the name of Foster. He deserted on the second of July last and has been hiding round in various places since. Maritime Dnpree. Madame Dupree, the pedestrienne, who will commence the walking tour nament at midnight, Sunday, in Baca Hall against three picked men, is a lady of established reputation as a walker and has won m&ny contests in the larger cities throughout the Union. She is well endorsed by the press and we shall take occasion to publish extracts from different journals setting forth her abil ity as a walker. The following is from the New Orleans Picayune : At 11 o'clock Monday morning Mme. Dupree had made 407 miles, and Miller had made 128. The lady's score then placed her twenty-eight miles ahead of the combined scores of Bowman, Pat terson and Miller. The match, which has been in pro gress for six days, closed last night at 9 o'clock. In her walk of 144 hours Mme. Dupree made 538 miles, beating by 32 miles the combined scores of Bow man, Patterson and Miller, who walked against her, each 48 hours. A handsome gold badge was present ed to Madame Dupree by the em ployes of the Spanish Fort Railroad and grounds. The lady expresses her self as grateful for the manner in which she has Deen treated by all concerned. At the close of the long walk young Frank Du Pree and Mr. M. Burgdorf walked two miles for a silver medal. Mr. Du Pree won, making the two miles in fifteen minutes. Mr. W. C. Hadley was accidentally struck on the knee by a box in the Michigan Southern depot at Chicago, and the woumfnas since inllamed and so far disabled him that he cannot walk more than a few steps. He is in Philadelphia nursing his lame leg. Hardware. A large and complete stock at the most reasonable prices, to be found at Lockhart & Co's. 10-5-tf PEUM1L. Mrs. Norris, Wallace came in yester day. Chas. Lantry, Topeka, Kansas, is in the city. Mrs. A. Levy returned yesterday from Colorado. A. J. Simpson, of Topeka, came in Wednesday. E. W. Freeman, of the Chicago Times, is in Las Vegas. J. Perdue, El Paso, Texas, is regis tered at the Sumner House. Wm. T. Allen returned from the cast yesterday and goes south to "day. Mrs. Dupree, the female walkist, of Chicago, is stopping at the Sumner House. Mrs. Randies will continue the Na tional Hotel and will spare no pains or expense to run it in good style. John Mink, wife and children, and Mrs. A. Nelson, came up from Anton Chico yesterday. Mr. Mink brought his children up to get medical aid, they having the diphtheria. R. Powell, of Cincinnati, and Frank Wentworth, of Chicago, are doing the city. They will go from here through the towns of the southern portion of the Territory and then return and in vest in Las Vegas. Mrs. Col. Mills is collecting newspa pers containing notices of President Garfield's death and funeral, and will have as many as she can obtain neatly and substantially bound for preserva tion and reference. Dr. G. A. Mills, of Brooklyn, New York, has arranged to stop a short time at the Grand View Hotel and will be pleased to render his professional ser vices as an Oral Surgeon and Dentist. His reputation is national. Col. Lock hart is pleased to endorse him to the citizens of Las Vegas. He goes from here to Fort Stanton at the request of Gen. Buell, officer in command, for a few weeks, and expects to visit some of the other forts. Mr. J. Hi Hunter returned on Wed nesday evening from Omaha, where he was summoned some time since by the sad intelligence of the death of his little boy. He says he suffered more from heat in oue day while in Omaha, than at any time during the summer in Las Vegas. J. D. Findley, Esq., a prominent attor ney of Freeport, Pennsylvania, made us a pleasant call yesterday afternoon. Mr. Findley was out in Iowa and Kan sas on legal business, and wisely con cluded to come down and take a look at the Southwest before returning to his home. A car-load of sugar just received at T. Romero & Son. 10-4-3t C. It. BHOWXINO, EDWAUD IIEKRY, C. F. ALLEN, AGENCY OF C. R. BROWNING Old and Reliable ! Established in 1879. Office Lincoln Street, near Grand Avenue Unimproved lots and property for sale in all parts of the city, at prices from $."30 to $1,000. Improved Business and Residence property at prices from $450 to $20,000. Property in Las Vegas Town Com par.y's Lands. Property in Rosenwald's Addition. Property in Rosenwald & Co.'s Addi tion. Property in Blanchard & Co.'s Addi tion. Property in San Miguel Town Site Co.'s Addition. Property in Raynold's Addition. Property in Las Vegas Hill Site Co.'s Addition. Property in Buena Vista Addition. Embracing Property in the following Blocks: "A" 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 17, 19, 22, 24, 20, 29, 80, 31, 40, and elsewhere. Property in both East and West Las Vegas. Ranch Property in San Miguel and other counties. Stores and Houses to Rent. Also a good, well established and paying Business in Las Vegas for sale. Call and examine for particulars and prices. Office open from 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. Ileal Estate Wanted-For Sale-Foi Rent-Lost. "llf ANTED A number one turner and ma- V T chine man. Good wages. . Apply at Wooten'B Planing Mill. -i-n "TTT ANTED Immediately, a good Clerk, no YV others need apply. Good wages paid. IT lW-tf, isj-LMJii simia. w ANTED A good cook. Apply for infor mation at this office. iu-2-ti WANTED Two good painters. Apply at Chapman Hall, opposito Gazbttk ollice. -2U-tf TTT" ANTED Dv an Englishman, a situation W as Drug Clerk ; fourteen years experi ence in London and elsewhere; carerui dispen ser. Address FISHER, Postofflce, Las Vegas. tt-2S-lw WANTED Six day boarders. Good accom modations. Enquire at HOPPER BROS.-9-7-6t WANTED. Six or eight good carpenters. Apply to J. D. Baker. B-tfMf WANTED. Fifteen good carpenters. Iu quire at Lockhart & Co's. 8-6-tf WANTED. Two or three number oue plan ing mill bencu hands. None but first class need Apply. At Wootten's planing mill. Also a good machine man. 4-2ii-tf FOR SALE. Native shingles can be found at Mr. Klanchard's store, on the plaza, at wholesale prices. lu-4-6mt MERINO BUCKS 100 for salo cheap. Ap ply to Blvth Brothers & Co.. Glen Mora Kanch, Watrous. 10-1-tf F Oil SALE 1000 cedar posts. Apply to Ueokqk kobs. or at Locknarts store. 10-2-rf. TX)R SALE, a good wall tent 10x14 feet near. f ly new. For terms call on L. G. Burr, at the west Slue saloon, Dack ot . Komoro s store. 9-18-lm rOR SALE A nearly new Waters piano for L sale on easy terms or payments. A. O. BOBBINS FOR RENT. New store, 25x75, next to Mc Kenzie's hardware on Front Street, New Albuquerque. Address H. M. BRISTOL,9-10-lm I710R RENT. Baca Hall, for balls, parties. r entertainments, lectures, etc. For terms apply to Will U Burton. Agentanu Manager. FOR RENT. The drug storo in the Wesche building on the pluza, at present occupied by F. E. Herbert, is tor rent. Apply to the proprietor. C. E. WESCHE. e-w-tt. To All Whom it May Concern. The partnership existing between F. W. Pot ter, A. C. Kupe and F. W. Castle, under the firm name or F. W. Potter & Co., doing busi ness at .as vegas ana Albuquerque, jn. M., ex pires by limitation Nov. 10, 1881, unless sooner dissolved by mutual consent. Oct. 1, 1881. F. W. POTTER & CO IT WILL Be of advantage to all buyers of cloth ing, gents' 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-tt 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 V o Q i w 0 P S 1 1 B. o 0 0 THIS IS WHAT MIGHT BE CALLED BETWEEN THE SEASONS AND A COMPLETE B u To be In readiness and to have sufficient room For Fall Goods Is What We lire Contemplating. If you nro in need of Summer Wearing Ap parel now is tho timo to benefit yourselves by the general REDUCTION OF PRICES I Tho reduction in Ladles' Summer Dress Goods and Gents' Light Weight Clothing will be of Special Interest to you. Railroad Avenue, East Las Yogas. I 00 ! I I O CD - I m l oo ra n rj) 0 5 R o o 2 i n HI .HHB L. ? jD 0 3 p. mmmmmt H Vt I 5 C 1 rn CALV1 FISK REAL ESTATE and ST NOTARY 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 $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 ennancing 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. 0 Residence lots on Railroad Avenue, in Block 33, $75 each. 6 Residence lots on Railroad Avenue, in Block 31, $75 each. 3 Residence lots on Grand AA cnue, in Block 31, $100 each. a Kesidence 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 Miguel Bank, $1,000 each. . Business house anil lot close to St. Nicholas Hotel, rents for $00 per month, price $1,G00. 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 storo rooms and 2 nice corner lots on tho 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. Large 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 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 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, RFAL ESTATE AGENT, Optic Block, - EAST LAS VEGAS. BIKER J.J.FITZSERRELL, THE LIVE REAL'ESTATE Las Vegas, N. M. J. J. FIUgerrelL the live real estate man, has for sale a large number of fine business and desirable residence lots In different parta of tho new and old portions of the city. Par ties seeking investments in real estate, busi ness chances, business and dwelling houses, should call on Fitzgerrcll; ho enn accommo date tnem. 1550 the city, Roa will buy an elegant borne in one of the best neighborhoods in nllv this Is one of the roost desir able bargains ever onereu in ims egas. w-i-tr FOH LEASE Four lots;nn Douglass and Lincoln Avenues. A DOLLARS will buy the Bedsteads, tOV Bedding, Crockery, Glassware, and Stoves, and a genera loutflt to a hotul. A leusu can be hail for one year at low rent ; has plen ty of rooms and Is well lo ;ated. ti win buy a rtU.l MVJKJ grant of W.000 acres: one ol tho best cattle ranges in the Territory. 4riff DOLLARS will buy a flue i J J yj stock dairy aud fanning much near the city. lj rj wil.1 uu i one or tnc nnest lots f! I tJ) in the center of tho town front ing Douglas and Main Street. Lot 7x!V feet. Most elegantly situated. - 1 DOLLARS will buy a splendid X 1 V V J new residence, si x rooms, two lots fronting on Maino Street. Rents for $40 per month. wil.1i ri-AAJii a a ii c, íarms ana town proner- ty in Kansas and Illiuois for roal estate in Las Vegas. " EIGHT ROOM adobo house, handsome grounds, elegantly finished from tho kitehen to the parlor, iteaay tor nousekccDiiiir. will sell at a sacrifice. 1 4) AAA DOLLARS will buy by JL V J J KJ warrantee deed a first class Cattle ranche that will rango 30,000 head of cattle. HOTEL FOR SALE OR RENT. For partic ulars apply to J. J. Fitzgcrrell. 3iCl Cmn will buy by wahran ÍpO.UvJLF TEE DEED five miles of living water controlling 100 square miles of the finest rango on the Pecos river. Call und see plat. 6K i" Dollars will buv one of the J J J best shingle mills in tho terri tory, together with 3,000 acres of tine land. For a shingle mill man who understands the business this is a fortune. 25,000 Dollars will buy one of the finest rnnh tircmerties on tho Pecos river. 700 iteren under niltlvatinn. with all kinds of fruit and vegetables in abun dance. This is a magnificent stock ranch, mak king altogether one of tho most desirable homes und ranches in the territory. (iftil Dollars will buy one of i f FX W the Illrt'Cst mid bunt: an. the largest and best an- pointud 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 oncof tho best stock ranges in the world. (Jrant title perfect. QJKA will buy a good new three room ipfcOvJ house and two lots neur the rail road depot und round house. 9n nnn Heiid f sneep fr sie i y J J J J Wethers, ewes and lambs. ÜQ)K WILL BUY A GOOD FOUR iptJlO ROOM HOUSE near tho Machine Shops. A bargain. ONE OF THE BEST SIX ROOM HOUSES, good outbuildings, splendid cellur, two lots and a half in a fino neighborhood, centrally located, fronting the Park. Will be sold cheap for cash. ITiOR SALE. Two of the best mining claims L and a one-fourth interest in one of I the best developed minus in the Mineral Hill mining camp. T3U1 ENA VISTA TOWN COMPAN Y LOTS for saie cneap. MINERAL CITY business and residence lots for sale. ONE OF THE BEST BUSINESS HOUSES in the city for sale. A splendid residence, grounds, furniture, all complete for a home. Call and see. nor sme, 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 tho best corner lots and business houses in the city for sale at a bargain. Cull and see. One of the finest gardens in New Mexico. A raro chanco for a gardner and florist to make a fortune. I have for salo in Mills & Chapman's addition to tho Hot Springs; these lots will be sold cheap. I also have for sale several fine stock ranches In the ditferent portions of the Territory. FOR KENT. , A number of desirable business houses on the different business streets of the city, also offices, restaurants and dwellings. If you want to rent property coll. Remember that the best business chances are ulways to be hud by culling on J. J. Fitzoekhem. Tho live real estate agent, olliee on Orund avenue. Lets Fur Kale Cheap. Martinez addition to East Las Vegas, front ing on Railroad Avenue and extending west to the river. Near the Round House, verv de sirable residence Property. Call on J . J. Fitz okkkum,, the live real estutc man, and see the Plat. .Stoves. 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. tueensvare. A large and select stock & Co.'s. at Lockhart 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, at II. Romero & Bro's. 10-5-0t IlniiiN and Bacon. 10,000 pounds at Bell & Co's. The Plaza Grocers and Bakers. For Stoves, Furniture, Hardware anil Queensware, 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 the delicaclies of the season. The hungry and tho fastidious public will govern themselves accord ingly. The house ia first-class and meals will be served from bills of fare. i)-l-tí Tho candy factory is now open, and is turning out the finest candy ever shown in this city. Center street, East Las Vegas. V. Cooper, - 28-tf Proprietor. Fresh Oysters at Bell & Plaza Grocers and Bakers. Co.'s, U-17- the tf Ice cold Budweiser beer at Billy's. 5-C-tf Fresh Oysters at Bell & Co.'s, the Plaza Grocers and Bakers. D-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, the plaza grocers and bakers. ü-22-tf Cream bread, Boston brown bread and buns, at Bell & Co.'s, tho plaza grocers and bakers. 9-22-tf For cheap hardware go to Lockhart & Co's. 2-1 ltf Perfectly Elegant. Thoso Salt Lake potatoes, at Bell & Co'ir Tho Plaza Grocers and Bp19 ' \n\n ana iros.