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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1881. ua7.i:tt. ;i.e ixiüuk. liockhart & Co. an; selling sloven to Albuquerque. Hall's Dry Washer at the Cerillos is pronounced a deckled success. S. H. Weils, of Walrous. is in town buying property and having a good time generally, A. P. Cra .vford' s residence on ( Jrand Avenue has keen sold. John (Jaseogne was the purchaser. The Telephone Company have de cided to put in telephones in private residences for $50 per year. The telephone wires were crossed yes terday and gave some of us no little trouble to iind who was wanted when the bell rang. Don Miguel A. Otero came over to San tu Fc last night from Las Vegas, lie went immediately to tht Exchange for accommodations. Xew Mexican. San Miguel county has accoVding to the last census a population of 20,G:38, of which 1 1 ,013 are males and 0,500 fe males. The odd l,l.i8 have our heart felt sympathy. Prof, 15. Silliman, the distinguished chemist and mineralogist of New Ha ven, is making a tour of New Mexico, investigating mines and mining loca tions. Calvin Fisk sold yesterday to J. M. Hamilton, of St. Louis, the building owned and occupied by Messrs. (John & B!och for the sum of live thousand dollars, cash. Lieutenant Clark an d forty-live men of Battery C, Twenty-third Infantry, passed down the road j'eslerday on their way from Fort Reno, Indian Ter ritory, to Fort Craig; for assignment in New Mexico. If the Xcw Mexican is correct, the Las Vegas Chapter has a peculiar set of craftsmen. It says a large delegation of that order recently visited Santa Fe to "raise members for the body.'1 Al buquerque Journal. It was reported yesterday that a brother of Pedro Montano was shot at Montano' s ranch, near Holbrook, Sat urday night. No particulars of the af fair could be learned. Albuquerque Journal. When a newspaper man asks for bus iness patronage, r.ml the business firm declines, and the newspaper mangoes off and abuses the firm on that account, the newspaper man places himself in the position of a blackmailer. Ex. The office of the Adam's Express Company has been removed across the t lie street to the building of R. J. Mc Donald. Doe West will now have room enough to do business when he gets fixed im. It makes a good office. Street cars will run tc-night until 2 o'clock in the morning in order to ac commodate those of the East Side who desire to attend the Odd Fellow's ball to-night at the Exchange Hotel. Su perintendent Booth has consented to the arrangement. The Las Vegas Gazette, one of out most valuable exchanges, comes to us regularly now. ' It; is more generally taken in Socorro than any other paper outside the local papers. It has two subscribers here where the old Fossil, the Xcw Mexican, has one. Socorro Sun. Calvin Fisk, in addition to the numer ous improvements heretofore mention ed in the Gazette, has bought and placed in his office a line folding desk, one of the most convenient and elabo rate desks made, and yet he don't seem to be growing any less genial and ac commodating than is his wont. Census Buletin No. 270 has been re ceived at this office and among the many interesting statistical facts given we notice that the population .of the Territory contains 0,427 more males than females. The male population being (M,4!)0, and, the female 55,000.- Looks as if somebody is going to fail to get matched don't it! Frank R. Sherwin, president of the Maxwell Land Grant company, and Mr. Edward Reilly, owner of the celebrated Copper Queen mine, in Arizona, have purchased a half interest in the Metcalf group of copper lhines in Arizona, near Silver City, N. M. II. M. Porter, of Cimarron, owns the other half of these mines, and the new owners propose to rush work on them. 'Trinidad Xews. Alejandro Meas was killed in a drunk' en brawl at Canoncito on Sunday last by Juan Layton. They w ent to Canon cito together and drank together until both were thoroughly drunk, when they gut into a row and Layton went away saying that he would get a gun and kill Meas. Shortly after he left Meas and another Mexican started down the road together and had gone but a short dis tance when they met Layton armed with a rifle. The quarrel was renewed, and ended by Layton shooting Meas killing him immediately. Layton lied at once and has not been apprehended The body of the murdered man was taken to Santa Fe for burial by the county authorities, but was subsequent ly turned over to his brother, who lives at that place, for burial. The man Lay ton is said to be a bad, brutal man, and he seems anxious to sustain this repu tut km. I'ERSOXAI.S. X. M. Washer, of St. Louis, is in the city. Adolph Meyer, St. Louis, is doing Las Vegas. H. J. Armstrong is down from Tope ka, Kansas. Mrs. W. A. Bollón has gone to Trini dad on a visit. Mrs. John Taylor, Santa Fe, is visit ing Las Vegas. R. E. Thomas, Leavenworth, is at the Depot Hotel. Jacob Bealine, of Delaware, Ohio, is at the Sumner House. Win. McCartney, Wisconsin, stopped in this city yesterday. W. A. Lawton. of Kansas City, is stopping at the St: Nicholas. J. II.. Pollock and W. D. Peynim, of the A. & P. 11- 11., are in town. Mr. Snyder, clerk of the Hot Springs Hotel, was down in the ci'y yesterday. J. A. Wolcott, of Fort Union, is in the city looking after business mat ters. H. Ward, Bodie, California, came in yesterday 'and registered at the St. Nicholas. F. M. Bishop came up from Santa Fe yesterday and registered at the St. Nicholas. x Col. Edwards, of Kansas, interested in mines near San M-arcial, went south yesterday. F. W. Smith, a prominent official of the A. (fc P. R. R.. passed down the road ycslerdaj'. S. J. Fleming, Boston, Mass., has re turned from Santa Fe and is stopping at, the Sumner House. W. (i. Ingram, the new man who fing ers the lightning at the Western Union office is one of the best operators on the line. Those of the East Side who desire to attend the Odd Fellow's ball to-night will lind street cars running until two o'clock in the morning. Henry Iluneke is up from Cabra Springs. He is just recovering from injuries received in falling from a mow ing machine. He came near being cut up. J. C. Bush, one of the first printers in the Gazette office, has returned from a months pleasant visit to his home in Kansas and has resumed his case. The County School Commissioners of San Miguel county have made the ap pointments of teachers for the ensuing term, and made the wages for English and Spanish teachers forty-five dollars per month, and for Spanish only, thirty- five dollars per month. The names of the teachers and the precincts for which they are appointed are as fol lows : Precinct 20 E. N. Ronquillo (boys). 27 Milnor Rudolph. 80 Teodoro Chavez. 32 Juan E. Gonzales. 4 Quirino Aragón. 4 Jose Lobato. 13 J. M. Sanchez. 14 Pablo Medina. 20 Sisters of Loretto (girls). 12 Pablo Domínguez. 20-W. II. Ashley. 15 Miguel Sandoval. 10 Domingo Moore. 24 Jose L. Martinez. 33 Juan N. Martinez. 11 Levi Keithley. 8 Flu vio Silva. 19 Ladislado Gallegos. 2 Jose G. Newman. (Berna!.) Matías Gardano. 22 Manuel Valesquex. 18 Louis Hommel. 17 George G hidings. 21 Placido Baca y Baca. 7 Hereulano Garcia. 23 Jose M Leiva. 35 Eugenio Rudulph. 0 Monico Tafoya. ,10 Joaquin Gutierrez. 0 Prudencio Maes. Pctitberlon Pulled ly I'citlor. On the night of September 11th last, A. B. i'emberton, a skillful and danger ous burglar broke jail at Leavenworth, Kansas, and made good his escape. Sheriff P. G. Lowe, of Leavenworth county, at once sent out postal cards in all directions containing an accurate and detailed description of him. One of these cards found its way to the hands of Samuel Peltier, the efficient Chief of Police of Las Vegas. A few days after sending out the cards, Sher iff Lowe wrote Chief Peltier that he had reasons to believe that Pemberton would come to Las Vegas and suggest ing that he might have a chance to gobble him and secure the reward of one hundred dollars. Pembertn came in yesterday and was promptly gob bled. Lie registered at one of the ho tels under a different name, but from his exact fulfilment f the description given of Pemberton, Sir. Peltier is cer tain he has his man, and thinks he is al so wanted in another quarter. Life lit U nion. Port Union will soon assume its old time prestige and importance. Four companies of the 23rd Infantry are ex pected to arrive there on Friday to take up their quarters. The headquarters of the regiment and the band have al ready arrived. J) aw ii Tliey Uo. By special arrangements with pub lishers after this date we will sell nil newspapers and periodicals at publish er's list prices. A large stock of lino stationary and holiday goods at eastern prices. Fi'HLoso &Ticeh. The Gazette man took a quiet and leisurely survey of the new Presbyterian church yesterday. The new stained glass windows have been placed in po sition, and add much tothe attractive ness of the building. The colors are ruby, orange, two shades of pale green and another indescribable tint so ar ranged as to give a very pleasing effect. The pulpit isa neat and handsome de sign, finished in ebony and gold, and unholstered in crimson velvet. Mr. B. B. Borden who superintended the work had a force of men busily engaged in making a frame to mount the bell, whose merry peals, ere long, will call the happy children to their Sunday les sons, and denote the hour of worship for our church-going people. The en tire cost of building exclusive of the pews which are yet to be put in, will be something over four thousand dollars, and as we understand, this amount has about all been paid, leaving no debt to harass the congregation in the future. The Socorro Xews comes to us en larged and otherwise much improved in appearance. Considering the age of the Xews its size should not be se verely criticized. It shows a vigorous state of health and if it escapes the ills incident to the infancy of newspapers; we predict that those who now sneer at its weakness may ere long fawn be fore its strength; when years and expe rience shall have done their work in adding to its stature and its wisdom. . E. WcM-he's Itevisetl Price List Choice Rio coffee per lb., 1G. Mocha coffee per lb. 35. ( round coffee per lb. 20. Powdered Sugar, per lb. 14. (iranulated Sugar per lb. .13. A Sugar per lb. 13. Rest (inn Powder Tea. per lb, 73. Palm Soap No. 1 per Box, $3.40. Imperial, per box, 3.50. Blue Laundry, per box, 4.00. Satin per box, 4.10. Baking Powder in G oz. cans pr.doz 9.'). Ink, small bottles, per doz. 75c. Axes per doz. 11.00. Axe Handles per doz. 2.15. Bracket lamps, complete, each; 1.50. Lamp chimneys pr. doz. 00. Teas, handled' pr doz. 1.80. unhandled " 1.50. Bowls, yellow pr do,. 1.00. " painted " " 1.35. China toy sets " " 2.50. Class nappies " " 1.00. A car load of coffee, cheaper than the cheapest and of the best quality just received at II. Romero & Bro. (1-23-1 w. "I7"ANTED. Five hundred cords of wood in V East La3 Vegas. Will receive scaled proposals for the same until Saturday, the SHth inst. at 1 o'clock, in lots of twenty-live cords or more to suit contractors. All bids received. J. J. FlTZOEItltELL, The Live Real Estate Agent. WANTED. A strong American boy to work about a store. Inquire at this office. 10-27-tf WANTED To open a select school for chil dren. English or Spanish or both lan guages taught. Will also establish an evening school lor young gentlemen or ladies who wish to acquire Spanish, Address, P. D. MeElroy, this ollice lu-SU-tf V57ANTED A dining room girl. Apply at t T Oyster Hay Restaurant, East Lns Vegas v egas KKSitf yANTED.-lf you want a No. 1 Husk Mat TT tress, go to AKEY'S. third door West of St. Nicholas Hotel. KkKUf J ANTED To buy n second-hand olüce T T (1( desk cheap. A good one. Call,or address Gazettk office. I r ANTED A gentleman wishes a single y V room, furnished, Preteiiibly with a re sectable family, where he can have break fast. East Side. Apply at Mr. Urowninjf's of fice. 'TANTED Boarders by the week or day at YV the Oyster Hay, Center street. East Las Vegas. First-class meals. llKM-tf 7" ANTED Day Hoarders at the Hotel. Rest table in town. National Come and lu-S-tf try. A if ANTED All people who like a (rood meal T t to come to the National Hotel. lu-S-tf L-Olt SALE I will sell 25x50 or 25x75 feet of r my lot in block No. 1 on Railroad Avenue. opposite the depot. For particulars inquire at the Michigan House. 10 1 SALE. Nativo shingles can be found ' at Mr. lilanchard's store, on the pla,a, at wholesale prices. 10-4-Umt i ElilNO BUCKS-100 for sale cheap. Ap l plytoBlyth Brothers & Co., Glen Mom Ranch, Watrous. J0-l-tf TURt SALE WOO cedar posts. Api'ly J G eokoe Ross, or at Lockhart's store. to 10-i-rf. OR SALE A nearly new Waters piano for sale on easy terms of payments. A. O. ROBB1NS. "J ,"OR RENT CHEAP. Good house of three l1 rooms and new kitchen, newly painted and papered, short distance from depot. Just the place for a railroader. Call on E. Henry at Browning's real estate oftice. 10-2"tf RENT. Baca Hall, for balls, parties, r entertainments, lectures, etc. For terms apply to Will C Burton. Agentund Manager. BACA HALL THURSDAY, To-Night, Oct. 27th inn i un iv Aiuioix, in i o NELLIE BOYD THE POPULAR ARTISTE, MIS In the popular drtunii entitled LEAH The Forsaken. SUPPORTED BY THE ENTIRE COMPANY. AdniisHlon, t' s 75 Vin. IlPNervcd Scuts, t : 0 l.OO. Grand Family Mutinee, SATURDAY at 2 P.M. Tickets for Sale at the P.O. Lime for Sale. In any quantity desired. Address , Z. S. Lokgkuvan, 2-22tf. Watrous, N. M. J. J.FITZGERHELL, THE LIVE REAL ESTATE MAN Las Vegas, X. M. ! J. J. Fitzgerrtll, the live rcnl estate man, has for sale a large numtier of flue business and desirable residenco lots in ditferent pans of the new and old portions of the city. Tar tics seeking investments in rcnl estate, busi ness eliam-ei, business nnfl dwelling bouses, should cull on Fitzgerrell; ho can iiccnmmo l:ito them. ( WANTED. Five hundred j r . J cords of wood t oneein East Las Vcpiü. Contractor to deliver lit least ten cords a week. Settled proposals will be receiv ed for six days from October '-'lith, to furnish twenty-live cords up Ht tho i.flicc of J. J. Fitz Iferrell the live real estate man AKAKECHANCE. Will sella valuable in terest in White Oaks mines and mill ma chinery lit a in-cut bargain on account of sick ness. Inquire of J. J. Fitzgerrell tho live real estate man. m ELEVEN DOLLARS a month for Twelve Months will pay for a choice Lot. Ó.AMONTIILY PAYMENTS. $250 will P-JUbny a one room house wilh a splendid lot centrally located. Enquire J. J. FtTZiiKRRELL, Tho live real estate agent. 0" will buy an elegant home in t$ 10J v. one of the best neighborhoods in the city, Hoally this is one of the most de sirable bargains ever offered in Las Vegas. J-7-te 17IOR LEASE Four lots m Douglass ami Lincoln Avenues, i Kf DOLLARS will buy tho Bedsteads. 4:uU Bedding, Crockery, Glassware, and Stoves, and a genera loutlit to a hotel. A lease can be had for one year at low rent ; has plen ty of rooms and is well lo 3ated. OA AAA DOLLARS will buy a r) J iV JVJk J grunt of !W,000 acres; one ot the best cattle ranges m tne Territory. 4000 DOLLARS will buy a line stock dairy and farming ranch near the city. 150Ü near the city. DOLiiAUS will buy a splendid new residence, six rooms, two lots fronting on Maine Street. Rents for W per month. WILL EXCHANGE, farms and town proper ty in Kansas and Illinois for real estate in Las Vegas. EIGHT ROOM adobe house, handsome grounds, elegantly finished from the kitchen to the parlor. Ready for housekeeping. Will sell at a sacrifice. X6) A A A DOLLARS will buy by iüiVJVJU warrantee deed a first class cattle ranche that will range 20,000 head of cattle. HOTEL FOR SALE OR RENT. For partic ulars apply to J. J. Fitzgerrell. Qíí HA f WIT'r' HUY BY WARRAN VjJ KJKJ TEE DEED five miles of living water controlling 100 square miles of the finest rango on the Pecos river. Call and see putt. 6PT A A Dollars will bey one of the UVV best shingle mills in tho terri tory, together with Ü.OUÜ acres of tine land, lor a shingle mill man who understands the business this is a fortune. - 25.000 Dollars will buy one of the finest ranch nronorties on the Peeos 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 the most desirable nomos and ranches in the territory. 70,000- Dollars will buy one of the larirest; mid bewt un. iniiuiuu mocK. ranges in tne territory; a splen did residence; eight miles of riverfront: nu merous lakes and springs; well watered and well sheltered; all under fence; making one of the best stock ranges in tho world. Gram title perfect. QJPn will buy a good new three room JrttJyJ house and two lots near the rail road depot and round house. í)c nn f siu!i'!' fr siii Ji-J y J Wethers, ewes mid lambs. WILL BUY A GOOD FOUR fptJjÚO ROOM HOUSE near tho Machine Shops. A bargain. BUENA VISTA TOWN COMPAJ Y LOTS for sale cheap. ONE OF THE BEST BUSINESS HOUSES in the city for sale. For salo, one dairy and gardening farm very cheap, two miles from the city, 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 the Hot Springs; these lots will bo sold cheap. I also have for sale several fine stoc k ranches in the different portions of tho Territory. FOR HUNT. A number of desirable business houses on the different business streets of the eitv niu,i offices, restaurants and dwellings. If you want io rern property can. Remember that the best business chances are always to be had by calling on J. J. FlTZOKKREM, The live real estate agent, ollieo on Grand avenue. I'lllCi: Ol II EXT. Of Staples, Groceries, etc., corrected daily for the Gazette by Browno & Mamullaros, Las Vegas, N. M. Octohkr ':7th, 1881. Bacon, clear sides, per lb 8 15 " dry salt, per lb u " breokfust, per lb p-i Hams, per lb i,fr,.n Lard, square cans, per lb ly; ' puils, ten lb ' . nu: " pails, live lb. hp " pails three lb mi.. Beans, Mexican , " California, per lb fi'-J " Lima, per lb u white navv (scarce). Bran, eastern Buckwheat flour " ., Butter, creamery, in tubs Butter, creamery cans Cheese, per lb Cotice, Rio, common 13, fair 14, prime " Mocha " Java ; " Ariosa Crackers , soda Apples. California fc,; 1.75 G.00 40 4W.50 mi.-i 11! ;to 2S M 7í7! 10 18 .$1.75.'.$ 2.50 :i.2:-í.4..r)0 .:i.ro4t4.io Peaches, California Mackerel, per kit Flour, Kansas " Colorado Hominy, per bbl Meal, corn " oat. per hundred lbs Nails Oils, carbon lll)í " carbon 150 ' " linseed , " lard (1.50 6.2.") :4 :ik 1.20 1.50 rotables 4(i4'; Riee Htfrio" Sacks, wool 4()r,40 Salt, per barrel, coarse r IH) " dairy .O.ÍWf 7.50 Soa ps. com men 5 1 o, li j ' family ; .s Sugar, Extra C V.i, A. . ;p4 granulated Vi' " crushed 14, cut loaf 14', " fine powdered 14'., " yellows IPsffiWj Syrups, kegs l.iWHii.fiu " cans, per case Vi Is $'J.ft0H.10.i0 " 24 V Í10.50fíi:i.(l0 Teas, japans mum " imperials 40f-i75 " G. P... (iOftiOO " V. H 5,75 " Oolong -Mam w ire, fence, painted li Wire staples io Steel 17, English ZOdiül DIhnoI tillon Sot ice. Notice, is hereby given that tho copartner ship heretofore existing between James K. Pol lack and Esiquio Carrillo, under the linn name und style of Pollack & Carrillo, saw millers and manufacturers of lumber at Deer Creek, in San Miguel county, New Mexico, is this 2iith day of October, A. D. 1SH1 dissolved by mutual consent, tho said James K. Pollack withdraw ing from said copartnership, tho said Esiquio Carrillo assuming the payment of all liabilities duo by said partnership. Dated this 27th day oí October, A, D. 1KHI. James K. Pollack, Esiquio Caiuullo. TelephoiK-M for ItesUleiiee. Telephones will bo placed In private houses at tho rato of $50 per annum. Application can be mude at tho San Miguel National Rank. 10-27tf A. G. HOOD, Manager. For Stoves, Furniture, Hardware and Queens ware, go to Lockhart & Co.'s. 10-5-tf. Cream lemonade at Billy's. rtf LAS VEGAS AND o mmmzkf . ñafian FLO WS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, c. Sp'.'CPül attention piven to buying and selling Wool, Hides, Pelts, Has Opened the Largest and Best Assorted Stock of BOOTS AMD SIKIOES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, EVER BROUGHT TO NEW'MEXICO. Hi. Hi. Howison, Manager The Attention of Dealers is Called RAILHOADj i4.TE., -THAT MABCITS CLEMM'S CKNTRK STJÍKKT, is the Neatest, Nicest anil Cheapest Assortment oi' í?Do you comprehend that at Marcus & Clcmm's, Centre Street, is a perfect collection of HEAVY FALL AND WINTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS. DO YOU BELIEVE That right here is the place where you can buy just what you want for less money than you pay for inferior goods elsewhere '( We are prepared to PROVE. Permit us to show our Goods and Prices. They also keep the Largest Stock of Groceries, WHOLESALE and RETAIL. Call on Centre UStxfstt Xias Voss, The Largest Clothing House IN THE TERRITORY, SELLING AT THE LOWEST PPK'ES AND KEEPING THE FINEST ASSORTMENT -IS WE RECOGNIZE WO COMPETITION AND PROPOSE TO LEAD THE SEASON IN LOW íBZEEmNTQ- I OH N Las Vegas, Wholesale and & HARDWARE STOVES & Keep the largest stock of Lumber, Sash, D.iors, Miss Blossom 1ms just returned from the cast and is again pre pared to make up the most elegant and fash ionable dresses. La dies, give her a call at chas, ilfeld's. The candy factory is now open, and is turning out tho finest candy ever shown in this city. Center street, East Las Vegas. W. Coopek, l4Ü8-tf Proprietor. 5 h H2 CD Etc., both here ami Euslurn Markets. in the to this Stock. EAST Work Done to Order. AT- Street, Now 3VXo2E.ico THE RICES BELIEVING! LOCH New Mexico. Retail Dea'r In FURNITURE Rlinds, Paints, Oils and Glass in the Territory. I.olw For Nnlp ( heap. Martinez addition to East Las Vegas, front ing on Kailroad Avenue and extending west to the river. Near tho Hound House, verv de sirable residence Property. Call on J . J. Fitz omtitKLL, tho live real estate man, nud see the Plat. Mining Men anil Capitalist, Atten tion! J. J. Fitzgerrell, the live real estate man.has for sale at a sacrllice tho richest mining pro perty in New Mexico, An ubundaneo of wood and wuter and reducing machinery on the ground. Good reasons for selling. This is a rare chance. To All Whom It May Concern. Tho partnership existing between F. W. Pot ter, A. C. Hupe and F. W. Castle, under the llrmniime of F. W. Potter & Co., doing busi ness at Las Vegas and Albuquerque. N. M., ex pires by limitation Nov. 10, lssi, unless sooner dissolved by mutual consent. Oct. 1, 18S1. F. W. POTTEK & CO. ltohrer whiskey, ten years old, 23 cents a drink, at Billy's. 3-25tf B 4 r i \n\n BRO WE & MANZANARES SOCORRO, N. M.