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DAILY GAZETTE
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1881.
GAZETTE LEASINGS.
Property sold in twenty-four hours
by Calvin Fisk, Optic Block.
We lead the trade in real estate.
Come and see if we don't. Calvin Fisk,
Optic Block.
A benefit for Billy Burton, Manager
of Baca Hall, is announced for Satur
day evening.
We understand that Dr. J. M. Cun
ningham will soon become a citizen of
the West Side.
Hon. T. B. Catron den't get cross
when a case is called and his witnesses
can't be found.
Fitzgerrell, the live real estate man
has a number of heavy transfers to make
in a day or two.
The ladies Sewing Society will meet
this evening, at the house of Mrs. Fred.
Wheelock, at 2:30 this afternoon.
We have received the New Mexico
Christian Advocate for the month of Oc
tober, and find it quite an intertaimng
number.
Judge Lee amuses himself in court,
when not in trial, in making character
sketches with a pencil, at which he is
quite an adept.
Messrs. Furlong & Ticer are opening
quite a handsome and well selected
stock of books and stationery in the
postoffice building.
August Lemke has opened a whole
sale and retail liquor store in Andrew
Dold's building on the Plaza, and dub
bed it Pearl Sample Room.
Fitzgerrell, the live real estate man,
has an elegant, well-linished and well
furnished house and lot for sale at a
bargain. Call and see him.
Some of the boys on the WTest Side
are taking the advice of the Gazette.
We saw an oyster can ehasing a dog out
of town yesterday afternoon.
Judge D. P. Shields takes life in the
court room quite as philosophically as
he takes it anywhere else ; which ought
to giv.e him rank as a philosopher.
In the District Court, yesterday, Casi
miro Sanchez was found guilty of rape
committed upon Lucian a Vigil, and
sentenced to six years imprisonment.
The case of Brookmire & Rankin was
called late yesterday, and as it could
not be completed at the afternoon ses
sion, an evening session was appointed
for it.
J. J. Fitzgerrell the Jive real estate
man offers to buyers seeking invest
ment a number of special bargains in
both business and residence property;
call and see him.
Yesterday was a cold, damp, muddy
and disagreeable day. Blue noses and
lingers and a general complaining air,
attested how little our people are used
to this sort of weather.
Fitzgerrell, the live real estate man,
calls special attention to the valuable
lots in Mrs. Judge Ilubbell's addition,
opposite the postollice. They will be
sold at a great bargain.
Attorney-General Catron is doing
good work in representing the common
wealth in prosecutions. In every crimi
nal case that has been tried so far, he
has secured a conviction.
The funeral of Mr. H. Romero's
daughter, Paulita, was quite largely at
tended yesterday. Judge Prince ad
íourned court to give the members of
the bar and the court officials an oppor
tunity to attend,
We have been selling property so fast
lately that wo are compelled to ask
those 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.
W. II. Smith, the new proprietor of
the Oyster Bay restaurant, on Center
street, is making it a very popular eat
ing place. He is rapidly increasing his
patronage by courteous treatment of
guests and setting np good meals at
most reasonable prices.
J. J. Fitzgerrell, the live real estate
man, says he has a house and lot on
Main street, in one of the best neigh
borhood in the city, elegantly finished
and furnished. Will sell the whole
thing from kitchen to parlor complete
at a great bargain.
The attention of the people of Las
Vegas is again called to the Fair and
Concert for the benefit of the Las Ve
gas College, beginning to-morrow and
continuing three days. The program
is a good one and the cause is worthy
and should be liberally patronized.
Joseph Rosenwald and Louis Sulz
baeher have purchased of Don Lorenzo
Lopez one half of his track of land ly
ing between East and West Las Vegas,
opposjte the bridge and containing
about forty acres. It will be in order
to lay off this land into town lots and
make a fine addition to the city.
From police reports night before last
must have been an unusually quiet one
and we are reminded that a number of
our citizens are out on account of an
unhealthy proximity to the District
Curt. Wonder if there is any logical
connection between these two circum
stances. If so, we are in favor of hav
ing a court of our own and keeping it
in constant running order.
General McNulta, of Illinois, on a
Tisit to this country in 1875, pronounced
it as his opinion that by proper stations
for artillery firing this country would
be deluged with water. He has studied
the subject thoroughly and was con
vinced that it would be the case. The
theory is, that in the higher strata of
the atmosphere there is as much water,
in a nne state oi suixtmsion, carneu
over this country as there is over the
countries of tho most rainfall. By creat
ing a chimney through these upper cur
rents, which artillery firing will do,
their regular flow is broken and a con
densation of moisture and rainfall is oc
casioned. This is likely also the .effect
of railroad trains and the continual
whistling of tin
locomotives. On the
eastern slope of the mountains the con
ditions are very favorable for produc-
ing rainfall by artificial
means and as
the railroad extends for
distance parallel with
such a long
the mountain
ranges, it is quite likely that we can at
tribute the present unnatural rainfall
to the effects of the railroad.
The Boston ClothingHousehas stock
ed up for the fall and winter trade with
an unusally large and well assorted
stock of fall and winter clothing, gents1
furnishing goods, fine underwear, boots
shoes, etc. Messrs. Colin & Bloch are
enterprising, careful and accommodat
ing business men, and have built up a
splendid trade. They do not now pro
pose to lose any ground, but go' forward
and have purchased such a stock of
goods as will fully justify them in ask
ing the liberal patronage of an appre
ciative public. Any one who now visits
them will be sure to receive the most
courteous treatment, and will beplease
ed with the quality of goods and iow
ness of prices.
The BuptiMt social.
The Baptist social and oyster supper
last night was a great success consider
ing the inclement weather and mud.
Had all attended who purchased tickets
the house would have been overcrowd
ed. As it was, the room was just com
fortably full. The ladies of the con
gregation had provided a well-cooked
and well-served oyster supper, and all
were made to feel at home. By the
turnout, it is evident that water will not
deter Baptists from an entertainment.
We saw a drunken woman on the
street last night, reeling and tottering
under tho misdirectian of her fuddled
brain, muttering profane and incoher
ent nonsense; and her bleared eyes,
thick tongue and sickening swagger,
made us wonder if she were anybody's
wife or mother. Were those lips, breath
ing foul and filthy curses ever thrilled
with a kiss of wifely or motherly love.
We have seen much of life, but never
enough to familiarize us with such mani
festations of the coarser and more loath
some vices in woman and we hope we
never may it makes us sick at heart to
see it.
Hook-nosed Jim in a deplorable con
dition of plain drunk was in the court
house yesterday, and played about the
same relation to the surroundings there
one would expect a demoralized canine
to play in a slaughter house. At the
suggestion of Judge Prince he was es
corted to the open air and would doubt
less have found a lodging place in the
"bull-pen" but from the fact that his
attorney had promised to get him out
of town, and the authorities were too
friendly to Las Vegas to obstruct so
benevolent a purpose with regard to its
future well-being.
J. W. Barney was up before Judge
fcteelc yesterday, on the charge of as
sault, and was sentenced to pay a fine
of five dollars, and spend thirty days in
the "bull pen." Mr. Barney appealed
from his honor's decision to the District
Court, in one case, and we learned that
another warrant was out for his arrest
yesterday evening, on the charge of dis
turbing the peace. uazcttc
Brother Koagler, please do me the
kindness to correct the above and place
me right before the public by publish
ing the following facts : I brought the
suit for assault and battery, and the de
fendants swore adversely, and instead
of the case being dismissed at the plain
tiff's cost, the plaintiff was fined $3.00
and cost and sentenced to thirty days
imprisonment, from which decision an
appeal was taken and a bond given to
the District Court. J. W. Barney.
The advance agent of the Nellie Boyd
Dramatic Company is about making ar
rangements with Billy Burton to occu
py Baca Hall for a week's entertain
ment commencing on the evening o
itie "4111. jNcuie uoytt has a new conv
pany this season, new plays and a brass
band. Ihey will play that popular
drama " Hazel Kirk," which has such
an extensive run in the east ; also "The
Bankers Daughter" and many other
new and favorite plays. Nellie Boye
was well liked when here last year, anil
we hope they will visit us again.
.uisinci Joun convenea last evening
at half-past seven o'clock, to continue
the hearing of the case of Brookmire
Kankin vs. 11. C. and J. W. McDonald
and C. B. Smith. Upon the call of the
jury it was announced that Antonio Lo
i
pez, one oi ine jurors, was sick, and
counsel'not consenting to proceed with
eleven jurors, the case went over unti
nine o'clock this morning,
Attorney-General Catron, yesterday,
entered a nolle pros, in the case of the
lerntory vs. Hook-nosed Jim, a client
of Judge Steele, upon condition that ho
should agree to leave town by morning
PERSONAL.
Daniel Madden, Topeka, is in town.
F. O. Kihlberg is at home from St.
Louis.
George Carpenter, Chicago, is at the
Sumner.
F. II. Coe, Chicago, is at the St. Ni
cholas. Eli Hilty came in from Mineral City
yesterday.
L. II. Cobb, of Denver, is at the Ex
change Hotel.
Milton Buckner, of San Marcial, is at
the National Hotel.
George E. Williams, St. Louis, is reg
istered at the St. Nicholas.
U. Jb. Manager, ban Marcial, is regis
tered at the Sumner House.
P. L. Cooley, of Saint Louis, Is stop
ping at the Sumner House.
J. T. Fort, of Kansas City, is stop
ping at the National Hotel.
Mr. W. J. Sharpe has taken his old
place in the telegraph office.
Charley Bayne has secured a position
as clerk in the store of I. Stem.
A, A. King has resigned his position
in the train dispatcher's office at this
place.
Louis Hommel, editor of the lied
lliver Chronicle, is in town on his way
home from the fair.
Walter Benjamin, of Leadville, bro
ther of C. H. Benjamin, of the Park
Grocery, is in town on a visit.
ur. Howard, of Lattia Koclc, Ark., is
in town and will probably locate here
for the practice of his profession.
Louis Sulzbachcr, Esq., complains
that we mentioned his court in connec
tion with the second-class justice mills
of the city.
G. W. Hartman, of San Miguel, got
to Las Vegas yesterday on his return
from Kansas City, where he went some
days since to purchase goods.
Mrs. Bowman, of Perry. Pa., mother
of Mr. Bowman, who has been quite
sick here for some time, came in yes
terday to care for him in his sickness.
and will remove him to his home as
soon as he can be moved.
Found.
The ulace to buv real estate is of
Calvin Fisk, Optic Block, East Las Ve
gas. He has more property and great
er bargains than any other man in Las
Vegas.
Rev. Stephen Smith, a Congregation'
al minister, just from the Old Bay State,
is in town. Mr. Smith comes by ap
pointmcnt of the Denver Association
of this Church, and is authorized to be
rrín w-r!r in T.n Vpíms in formintr n. so-
ciety. He will occupy the M. E. Church
uuil oauuaui cveuiug, uu uunujj suc
ceeding Sundays, morning and evening,
until Rev. Brown the newly appointed
minister arrives.
Capt. Iitzgerrell, who won his com-
mission with urant at viCKSDurg, is
now riding the top wave of the real es
tate boom. Yesterday he sold Dr. Cun
ningham ten lots on the Buena Vista
addition and three choice lots more to
Judge Prince. He also sold the Fair-
view Hotel at Mineral City for Captain
Hearon.
There seems to be quite a demand for
wood and coal in town. Some enter
prising citizen with a 'drove of burros
or a team and wagon might take ad
vantage of the cold weather by rushing
in a good supply of fuel while the cold
snara lasts, and such articles are in
prime demand.
For cheap hardware go
&Co's.
to
Lockhart
2-lltf
Wanted-For Sale-For Rent-Lost.
WANTED Boarders by the week or day at
the Oyster Bay, Center street, East Lus
Vegas. First-class meals. lü-24-tf
w
try.
ANTED Day Boarders at tho National
Hotel. Best table in town. Come and
10-8-tf
WANTED All people who like a good meal
to come to the National Hotel. 10-8-tf
WT ANTED A number ono turner and ma-
V t chino man. Good wages. . Apply at
wooten's rianing Mill. t-7-tr.
WANTED Immediately, a i
others need apply. Gooi
ood Clerk, no
wages paid.
10-5-tf.
1S1DOR STERN.
T1TANTED Six day boarders. Good accora-
TT modations. Enquire at
HOPPER BROS.-9-7-Gt
WT" ANTED. Six or eight good carpenters.
it Apply to j. ii. Hater. o-aa-tr
WANTED. Two or three number one plan
ing mill bench hands. None but lirst-
class need apply. AtWootten's planing mill
aiso a guou macnine mtin. t-rj-ii
TTOR SALE. Tho barber shop in tho Ex-
l: chango Hotel. It has a lino patronage.
inquire on tne premises. 10-12-1 w.
UOU SALE 3,200 fine fat mutton sheep, ages
j tnreo years ana over. Apply to (J. li.
Arm! jo, or at Browne & Manzanares.
ll-13-10t
TT'.OR SALE. Native shingles can bo found
.C at Mr. Hlunchard's store, on tho plaza, at
wholesale prices.
10-4-0mt
MERINO BUCKS 100 for salo cheap. Ap
ply to Blyth Brothers & Co.. Glen Mora
Ranch, Watrous.
10-1-tf
THOR SALE-1000 cedar
posts. Apply to
Jj Geokob Ross, or at Loc
Jknarts store.
10-2-rf.
I, OR SALE A nearly new Waters piano lor
i Bino on easy terms or payments.
A. O. BOBBINS.
TJIOR RENT.-Baca Hall, for balls,
Pa lMI V - CJ
rtarrlna
L entertainments, lectures, etc.
For terms
apply to Will C Burton, Agent and Manager.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that my wife Mary,
has loft my bed and board and I will not be
responsible for any debts contracted by her.
10-12-31. Theodohk Waonbb.
Perzoine a specialty at
8-3-tf Billy's.
C. R. BROWSING, EDWARD HENRT, C. T. AIXEX.
ileal Estate
AGEÜTOY
-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
150 to $1,000.
Improved Business and Residence
property at prices from $450 to $20,000.
Property in Las Vegas Town Com
pany 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
Addition.
Property in Buena Vista Addition.
Embracing Property in the following
Blocks:
"A" 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
14, 10, 17, 19, 22, 24, 26, 29, 30,
31, 40, and elsewhere.
Property in both East and West Las
Vegas.
Kanch rroperty in ban 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.
"XTpW TTpl 1 1 ft'T",nfk"
AT
-THE-
Leading House
In tho Territory.
R.R.Ave., East Las Vegas
A COMPLETE LINE OF
DRY GOODS
Fancy Goods,
LADIES' CLOAKS
Flannels,
LADIES' VOOLEH
ALL KINDS OF
DRESS TKIMMINGS
ALL KINDS OF
SILKS AND SATINS
ALL STYLES OF
Gents' Furnishing- Goods
-AND-
CLOTHING
A FULL LINE OF
HATS ! CAPS
BOOTS & SHOES,
Carpets and Wall Paper
Measuring and Laying Carpets nnd Hanging
Curtains a Specialty.
JAFFA BBO'S
affa iro's
GOODS
CALK FISK,
HEAL ESTATE and
STOCK BROKER,
ran public m 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 Vistu Addition for sale
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.
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 Avenue, in
Block 31, $100 each.
5 Residence lots on Fourth Street,
Block 29, $150 each.
Lots in Buena Vista addition from
ill
to $125 each. Sold on monthly pay
ments.
BUSINESS
AND
RESIDENCE PROPERTY
9 Corner lots on Fourth Street, in Bloc
30, $125 each.
2 Business lots adjoining San Migue
Bank, $1,000 each.
Business house and lot close to St.
Nicholas Hotel, rents for $G0 per
month, price $1,G00.
Largo 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 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,
lianusome picket in tront, remain
ing three sides high board fence;
grounds planted in shade trees;
good well of water price $2,500
liricK residence, contains nve rooms,
good lot, desirable location, rents
for $30 per month, price $2,000.
I wo 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
lot; If you want to gcll 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,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Optic Block, - EAST LAS VEGAS
J. J. FITZGERRELL,
THE LIVE REAL ESTATE MAN
Las Vegas, N. M.
J.J. Fitzgerrell, the live real esUto man,
bug for sale a large number of fine fcuslmtui
and desirable residence lots In different parts
of the new and old portions of tho city. Par
ties seeking Investments In real estate, busi
ness chances, business and dwelling houses,
should call on Fitzgerrell; he can accommo
date them.
d9rrAM0NTHLY PAYMENTS. 2TiO will
ipZáOxJlmy a one room housu with a splendid
lot centrally located. Enquire
J. J. r ITZGEKRKLf j.
The live real estate agent.
each will buy business lots In tho
(JlVV business part of the city, In Ray
nold's subdivision in East Las Vegas. Cull
and see plat.
S155Q
In the city, Ilea
will buy an elegant home In
one of the best neighborhoods
ally this is one of the most de
sirable bargains ever offered In Las Vegas.
F(
OR LEASE Four lots Tin Dougluss and
Lincoln Avenues.
A K( DOLLARS will buy tho Bedsteads,
'tuV Bedding, Crockery, Glassware, and
Stoves, und a genera louttit to a hotel. A lease
can be bad for one year at low rent ; has plen
ty of rooms and is well located.
JI If 11 JJUL.t,AK win buy n
OiJ.VJvJJ grant of IW.000 acres: one
of the best cattle ranges in tho Territory.
4fff DOLLARS will buy a fino
J J J stock dairy aud farming ranch
near tho city.
j rr wiiiii tsv x ono or tne nnest lots
3 Í JJ in the center of the town front
ing Douglas and Main Streets. Lot iTxJD
feet. Most elegantly situated.
a splendid
rooms, two
lots fronting on Maino Street. Konts for $40
per month.
w iijLi iSJLUHAUK, iarms nnu town proper
ty in Kansas and Illinois for real estate in Lus
Vegas.
EIGHT ROOM adobo house, handsome
grounds, elegantly finished from the kitchen
tothopurlor. Ready for housekeeping. Will
sell at a sacrifice.
19 íinn DOLLARS will buy by
VjT KJ warranteo uecu n nrst
class cattle ranche that will rango 20,000 head
of cattle.
HOTEL FOR SALE OR RENT. For partic
ulars apply to J. J. Fitzgerrell.
fff WILL BUY BY WARRAN-
VUtVWU tmí Jjisuif ii vo miles or
living 'water controlling 100 square miles of the
finest rango on the Pecos river.
Call and see
piat.
d K.ff Dollars will buy
of the
JfJ J V F best shinirle mills In tho terri
tory, together with 3,000 acres of fine land.
For a shingle mill man who understands the
business this is a fortune.
25.000
Dollars will buy ono of the
finest ranch nronerties on
tho Pecos river. TOO acres under cultivation.
with all kinds of fruit and vegetables in abun- ,
dance. This is a magnificent stock ranch, mak
king altogether one of tho most dcsirablo
homes and ranches in tho territory.
H C CCC dollars will buy one of
I KJmJJJthe largest and bestap-
Sointcd stock ranges in tho territory; a splen
id residence; eight m iles of river front: nu
merous lakes and springs; well watered and
well sheltered; all under fence; making one of
the best stock ranges in the world. Grant title
perfect.
dít K f will buy a good new threo room
JJtfcd J house and two lots near the rail
road depot and round house.
)f AAA Head of sheep for sale
i J J J J Wethers, ewes and lambs.
CiQOPt WILL nüY A GOOD FOUR
SOO 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 cheap
for cash.
FOR SALE. -Two of the best mining claims
and a one-fourth interest in one of tho best
developed mines in tho Mineral Hill mining
camp.
BUENA VISTA TOWN COMPANY LOTS for
salo cheap.
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.
For sale, ono dairy and gardening farm very
cheap, two miles from tho city,
Ono 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. Call
and see.
One of the finest gardens in New Mexico. A
raro chanco for a gurdner and florist to make a
fortune.
I have for sale in Mills & Chapman's addition
to tho Hot Springs; these lots will bo sold
cheap.
I also have for sale several fine stock
in tho different portions of the Territory.
run Kis.vr.
A number of desirable bus!
tho different business streets of tho city, also
olliccs, restaurants and dwellings. If you wunt
to rent property call.
itcmemuer that the best business chances
are always to be had by calling on
J. J. FlTZGKHREMj
The live real estate ajrent. ollico on (irninl
avenue.
Lots For Hale Cheap.
Martinez addition to East Las Vooiw. f mut
ing on Railroad Avenue and extending west to
the river. Near the Round House, very de
si rabie residence Property. Call on J . J. Fitz
ciuiiRELL, the live real estate man, and see the
run.
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Heady for Basílica.
, A. Lempke, yesterday, received a
part of his wholesale stock of liquors
and cigars, in the Dold Block. He will
open out for business Saturday and
would respectfully ask a share of the
public patronage. 10-13-4t
Cream lemonade at Billy's. 5-7tf
To All Whom It May Concern.
The partnership existing between F. W. Pot
ter, A. C. Kupo and F. W. Castle, under the
firm name of F. W. Potter & Co., doing busi
ness at Las Vegas and Albuquerque. N. M., es
pires by limitation Nov. 16, 1881, unless sooner
dissolved by mutual consent.
Oct 1, 1881. F. W. POTTER & CO.
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