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DAILY GAZETTE
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1881.
ti.tZtHTF. OLEAS ISO.
Attention is called to the card of Mr.
(.'. Frank Allen in this issue.
Land Commissioner Laken, of the A.
T. & S. F. R. R., is spenthnga few days
at the Hot Springs.
The train going Elst yesterday was
unusually light, but the one going
West was crowded.
Juan Layton, the man who murdered
Alejandro Meas at Canoueito, on last
Sunday, U still at large.
Fitzgerrell, the live real estate man,
sold two thousand dollars worth of
town property yesterday.
George Wi'.lard, the young man who
stole Judge Sumner's spoons, made his
escape from the chain gang a few days
since and is still at large.
Mr. A. O. Robbins, who has recently
returned from the cast, went down the
road yesterday to look after his inter
ests in Santa Fe and Albuquerque.
Louis Sulzbacher Esq. was mistaken,
while on a recent visit to Santa Fe, for
a former elothinir merchant of New
York and successfully humored the
joker.
The station agent at Glorieta, Capt.
Fauble, went east yesterday on a visit
to his former home in the Keystone
State, to be gone some live or six
weeks.
The Odd Fellows of Las Vegas, pre
ceded by the Las Vegas Cornet Rand;
all in full uniform made a lino demon
stration in the street parade yesterday
afternoon.
G. F. lilaskek, of Cuba, Mo., writes
Captain Filzgerrell to secure a location
for a brewery, and promise's to be on
hand to commence business by the 8th
or l()th of next month.
The rear wall of Sebbins building
adjoining the San Miguel Bank shows
a chasm some eight or ten inches wide
and the south wall inclines to tumble
into the excavation for Reilly's ceJlar.
Dr. S. 1). James, Homeopathic Phy
sician of Indianapolis, is spending
some days in Las Vegas, and expresses
himself as pleased with the place gen
erally and the Hot Springs particularly.
Madam Duprec, who recently gave
the walking exhibition in this city, is
beating the picked men pitted against
her at Albuquerque as easily, as she
laid it over the boys in the Las Vegas
match.
but it is no less true, that it is a very se
rious inconvenience and source of dis
comfort to an innocent man to he ar
rested and detained through mistaken
identity, as is obviously true in this in
stance.
S. II. Wells, of Watraus, has. pur
chased the Park Grocery on the plaza
and will, we understand, shortly be
come a resident of Las Vegas. He
went u j) the road yesterday, to return
Saturday.
Pegram & McMillan have sold their
sawmill near liacon Springs to Alonzo
Lucky, and turned over to him con
tracts asrirrecatinir about one million
feet of lumber for railroad construction
purposes.
There is some talk of a school of tele
graphy being opened soon in this city
We doubt not but a number of our
young people would gladly embrace a
favorable opportunity to learn this use
ful and prolltable art.
Captain Harner returned from Fort
Wingate day before yesterday and left
yesterday for Topeka. The Captain
carries in his pocket-book some cer
tificates of assays of valuable rock,
made for him by Professor Robertson.
Messrs. Burr & Lantry sent twenty
live laborers by yesterday's train from
Pueblo down to Callisteo to work in
the stone quarries at that place. This
iirm has charge of the stone work
over the A.,T. & S. F. R. R.
And now; right on the heels of the
recent increase in prices at the eating
houses along the "railroad, comes the
announcement that the wages of the
employees are to be reduced; some of
them as much as lifteen and twenty
dollars per month.
The champion liar has turned up at
Deming, in the capacity of a noble red
man employed as a government scout.
He came in a few days since and re
ported having counted seventy dead
bodics'of soldiers, who had been mur
dered by Indians in Old Mexico.
From the Albuquerque Journal we
learn thai; there is a probability that the
Albuauernue Minstrels will soon visit
this city and entertain our people with
the genuine Pinafore "hardly ever'1
witnessed in tjns Icrntory. Let us
have it bv all means. "Our sisters and
our cousins and our aunts1' will be de
lighted.
The Gazette commenced yesterday
'the publication of a daily market re
port, embracing the ruling prices of all
staple articles, and it may be relied up
on as correct, being changed daily to
correspond with the quotations of
Messrs. Brown & Manzanares. This
publication is made at the instance, and
for the accommodation of alarge classof
our readers, who are directly interested
in keeping up with the Hcctuations of
the homo markets.
THE ODD IF.M.OWJ.
A Splendid Celebration of IJic Second
An Ivorttnrj .
Yesterday was the second anniversary
of the establMiment of the Independ
ent Order of Odd Fellows in this city,
and the day was properly observed by
the lwdge. This order has grown won
derfully in numbers and influence and
numbers among its members many of
our leading citizens. The liberal char
ity and kindly feelings engendered by
the high moral precepts taught in this
society have been felt and appreciated
in this community. It is a great ad
vantage to the town that strangers
coming here find these societies fully
organized anil umimncd. and where
l"1 AAA
they find friends of common sympa
thies bound together by the mystic ties
of a common brotherhood. The prin
ciples and teachings of Odd Fellowship
are advancing throughout the world
because they are universa'.
THE PROCESSION,
formed yesterday at three p. m. at the
lodge room and marched thence to the
East Side and through the principal
streets of the city. The lodge present
ed a very handsome appearance. They
were preceded by the Las Vegas Brass
Band, L. Sulzbaeher Esq. acting as
marshal.
THE BALL
given in the evening was the leading
feature of tins entertainment. It was
largely afteudvd and although the hall
was small it was a thoroughly enjoya
ble party. The orchestra furnished the
best of music and all were sociable and
agreeable. The following ladies were
present: Mesdamcs S. S. Mendenhall,
R. W. Wootten, M. Ileise, II. Essinger,
Charles lloíl'mcir, Tlieobold, Brain,
Rountree, Bogue, Bradley, J. D- Wolf,
Morrison, J. M. Gardner, T. Ruten
beck, W. II. Moore, of Watrons, Jcr-
rel, Capt. Evans, J. B. Baker, A. Men
nett, Fetters, 11. G. McDonald, Lynch,
Biirlow. Liddell, Daily, Maier, and
Misses Mary and Julia McKay, Ida and
Kate Cavanaugh, Bogue, Reidlinger,
Josie llnbbell. llattie Nickson, Lulu
McDonald, Josie Stoops, Lynch, Mc
Coy, Ida Baker, Clara Goldpach.
An excellent supper was served by
Jack Gehegan of the Exchange Hotel
which was well served at half past
eleven. The whole proceedings of the
day were most orderly and creditable
to the lodge.
Maj. Mix, whose death was reported
to have been by his own hands, in our
telegraph columns yesterday morning;
died from the effects of a cancerous tu
mor, in Kansas City, on Tuesday night
last. He had been in bad health for
some time and left for his home a few
days since accompanied by a physician,
it being thought best to remove him to
where he could have the care of his
family. When he reached Kansas City
it was not deemed prudent to continue
the journey for a time, at least. He
grew rapidly worse during the day and
in spite of all efforts to relieve him, he
died that night. lie was a native of
New York and had served in the army
since 1852. He leaves a wife and several
children in his native State.
Las Vegas is making a big' effort to
to secure a woolen mill. Trinidad
wants the same. It will be a lively
contest between the two towns, when
they get well started Trinidad News.
No contest about it. Las v egas
means to have a woolen mill. She is
large enough and has trade enough to
support it and intends to build one, or
oner such inducements as will secure
the location of one in the city; and it
will depend entirely upon themselves,
whether the citizens of Trinidad shall
show the same enterprise in providing
one for their vicinity.
Jackson Langton has taken the con
tract for transporting the new mining
machinery on the side track to White
Oaks. This machinery is for the pur
pose of introducing a new process in
extracting mineral. It has just been
patented and has been thoroughly test
ed on South llomestake ore in St. Louis.
The company which owns the machin
ery is entitled the Electric Milling Com
pany and they have entered into a con
tract with the owners of the South
llomestake to work their ore at a cer
tain percentage. "
Chief of Police Peltier seems to have
made a mistake in his man, in nabbing
the supposed Pemberton day before
yesterday as we understand, the par
ty arrested is able to furnish abundant
proof of his identity, and upon close
examination the man who was arrested
bears very little resemblance to the
man described in the circular from
Sheriff Lowe of Leavenworth. A close
and proper vigilance on the part of an
officer; such as Mr. Peltier we know
aims to exercise is always commendable,
I.li, the Forsaken.
This powerful play was most credita
bly presented to a large audience at
Baca Hall, by the Nellie Boyd combin
ation, on last evening. Miss Boyd, as
Leah, won rounds of applause and
more than sustained the high reputa
tion she enjoys as on actress of unusu
al merit. The death scene was particu
larly striking, the parts of Leah and
the apostate Nathan, both being excel
lently interpreted. The bills for to
night announce the Colebrated Case,
with Miss Boyd in the leading parts.
PEKSOXA1-S.
Mrs. C. Dobriner went East yester
day. Fred Harvey, the hotel man came in
yesterday.
A. Chene returned yesterday from a
. . , I
trip to J rillliiad. 1
I
Frank Dibble and oan came up
last night to the Odd Fellows ball.
S. C. Slade. of the Mexican Central
R. R., came in yesterday and register
ed at the Depot Hotel.
Win. C. Pegram, the lumber contrac
tor, for many years an official on the
Wabash Railroad, was in town yester
day. Manuel Abreu, Roman Martinez and
Mrs. Luz B. Maxwell and daughter arriv
ed yesterday and registered at the Grand
View.
Chas. HoU'ineir, who is now foreman
for J. S. Duncan, at Rogers Bend, came
in yesterday to attend the ball last
night.
Henry Beneke, who has been repre
senting the Simmons Hardware Com
pany of St. Louis in Las Vegas for sev
eral days, went East yesterday.
We would infer from reading the Ve
gas papers that Gcrrel is the only liv
ing real estate agent at that place, and
lie has Fitz. Uüldcn Era.
Yes, and he gives Fitz to the real es
tate and keeps up a regular boom. But
he is not the only real estate man.
There is plenty more and they are sell
ing property like fits and at rattling fig
ures. '
The recent order of fndian Commis
sioner Price, makes it a crime of seri
ous consequence to sell intoxicating
liquors to any Indian under any cir
cumstances. Wonder if the Pueblos
don't get amazingly dry sitting around
the saloons in this city watching a bas
ket of grapes?
The ladies of the Episcopal Sewing
Society will meet this evening at the
residence of Mrs. Charles Wiley.
Jnttt Opened.
A second-hand store, where all kinds
of second-hand goods are bought and
sold at reasonable rates. Also, pawn
broking. First building east of the
bridge. . M kil Colgan.
HR'8-tf.
t'resli Oysters
Every day direct from Baltimore,
wholesale and retail, at Philips & Milli
gans' on Centre street. Also fresh fish
twice each w eek. D-lG-lm
Perzoinc a specialty at
8-3-tf
Billy's.
Gold watch and chain to be rallied,
one hundred chances at $'2.50 per
chance. The watch and chain to be
seen at Chata Baca's. Those desiring
a chance will apply at once. 10-8-1 1
Attention !
The new Delmonico restaurant in
Past Las Vegas near Mendenhall, Hun
ter & Co's. stables is now open to the
public with all the dclicaclies of the
season. The hungry and the fastidious
public will govern themselves accord
ingly. The house is first-class and
meals will beserved from bills of fare.
iJ-l-tf
HID GEOVKH.
Light kids in all colors received yes
terday by Mrs. J. II. Baker & Co.
Budweiser beer at Billy's.
5-C-tf
Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Maxey.have
received their new goods, and are now
prepared to do ail kinds of line mil
linery work. Mrs. Roberts daughter
also adds her services which makes
it one of the most complete establish
ments in the citv. Second tloor, Baca
building. 10-5-tf
A carload of coffee cheaper than - the
cheapest and of the best quality just
received by.
If. Romero & Bro3..10-25-lw
Dress goods of all kinds and of the
latest paterna just received and un
packed by T. Romero & Son.
10-2C-3t.
Silks, satins and ladies fine dress
iroods iust received by T. Romero &
Son. 10-20-31
llnrdwiire.
Alarge and complete stock at the
most reasonable prices, to bo found at
Lockhart & Co's. 10-5-tf
Homemade taffeysat Carter's. 10-2o-lf
A car- load of coffee, cheaper than
the cheapest! and of the best quality
just received at H. Romero & Bro.
1 0-23-1 vv.
Rohrer whiskey, ten
cents a drink, at Billy's.
years
old, 2.")
3-25tf
BACA HALL
FRIDAY,
To-Night,Oct. 28th
THE POPULAR ARTISTE, MI-8
NELLIE BOYE
In the Drama Entitled
THE CELEBRATED CASE
SUPPORTED BYJHE ENTIRE COM PAN V.
AdmiHHloii, tit 75 tt.
Reserved Seata, t I 8 1.00.
Grand Family Matinee, SATURDAY at 2 P.M.
Tickets for Sale at the P.O. 1
i
Q FRANK ALLEN,
DEPUTY I
U. S. MINERAL SURVEYOR.
Civil Engineering and Surveying of all kind
carefully attended to. Special attention
given to topógraphioul maps of
mining districts.
J. J. FITZGERRELL,
THE LIVE REAL ESTATE MAN
Las Vegas, X. M.
J. J. FiUarerrrll. the live real estate mini.
has tor sale a large number of tino imsine
and desirable residence lots in different parts
of the new and old portion of the city. I'nr-
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,.KH ,.nun( .,.R business and dwelling houses.
should cull on Fitzgerrell; ho can ueconunif
date thorn
ARARECH A NCR. Will sell a valuable In-
ti-rvst in White Oaks mines and mill ma-;
ehinery at a groat bargain on account of su k-
ness. innuirt'of J. J. Fitzgerrell the live n al I
estate num. !
- fc) f"T Will liny an elegant four ro m
JpJLJ(tJv7 hou.e In lino order, renting
lor f.u per month.
JL() Wl" "ur r,-si''i'i,,'t"
"t J Will buy a nieo residence on Main
Street renting lor it u monin.
rTflil Will niiy a irowi tour room nouse
O ' V V renting tor $0 ii month.
j - Qf' Will buy a wood hotel on Hail
JXOwvy roud Avenue, renting at $.7)
per month.
2500
$1,ikk) a year.
i ifixm uusiiioss . House on
Railroad Avenue renting for
siopo
W;il buy one of the best busi
ness huimos and two lota on
Douu las Sr,
d1 1 ELE VEX DOLLARS a month for
ipJLx Twelve M. inths will pay for a ehoiee
Lot.
J)rrpiONTHLl 1'AtJlKMS. will
pjUlmy a oih; room house with a splendid
lot centrally located. Enquire
J. J. FlTZOEItltEM..
Tho Itvo real estate aent.
V
OH LEASE -Four lots ; m Douglass and
Lincoln Avenues.
i r? A DOLLARS will buy tho Bedsteads.
i:jYJ lledtlintr, Crockery, Glassware, and
Stoves, and a genera louttit to a hotel. A lease
can be had for one year at low rent ; hns plen
ty of moms and is well lojated.
íyr fíí DOLLARS will buy a
O KJ J .S V ) 9 rant of illi.OOO acres ; one
of the best cattle ranges in tho Territory. '
4,000
DOLLARS will buy a fine
stock dairy and l'tinning- ranch
near the city.
-1 Kff DOLLARS will buy a splendid
JLO U KJ new residence, six rooms, two
lots fronting on Maine Street. Rents for 4(1
per month.
WILL EXCHANGE, farms and town proper
ty in Kansas and Illinois for real estate in Las
Vejras.
161 rff DOLLARS will buy by
Aw V V warrantee deed a llrst
class cattle ranche that will range. 20,000 head
of cattle.
HOTEL FOR SALE OR RENT. For partic
ulars apply to .1. J. Fit.fcrrell.
Cííi ííft WILL HUV HY WARRAX
HKUvyU TEE DEED five miles of
living ,vater controlling 100 square miles of the
finest range on the Pocos river. Call and set
plat.
0 f Dollars will buy ono of the
K best shingle mills in the terri
tory, together with ii,l)i 0 acres of tine land.
For a shingle mill man who understands the
business this is a fortune.
6) pí AAA Dollars will buy one of the
mUtJ tJJJ liiicst ranch properties on
the Pecos river. 700 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 desirable
homes and ranches in the territory.
IT A A A A Dollars will buy one of
I J J J J tho largest and best ap
pointed stock ranges in the territory; a splen
did residence: eight m iles of river front: nu
merous lakes nnd springs; well watered and
well sheltered; all under fence; making one of
the best stock ranges in the world, (i runt title
perfect.
prV will buy a good now three room
OtrUV house and two lots near the rail
road depot and round house.
4) A (ff Head of sheep for salo
4i J Jt Wethers, ewes and himlis.
ViiiOft w'tL IllTY A GOolJ TOUR
ptjJd O ROOM HOUSE near the Machine
Shops. A bargain.
1 ) UENA VISTA TOWN COMPANY LOTS IV t
J J sale cheap.
ONE OF THE BEST BUSINESS HOUSES in
the city for sale.
For sale, one dairv and irardeninu- 1'arin verv
cheap, two miles from the city,
une ot the tlnest gardens in New Mexico. A
rare chanco for a gardncr and florist to make a
fortune.
I have for sale in Mills & Chanmnn's addition
to the Hot Springs; these lots will be soi l
cheap.
I also have for sale several flue stock ranches
In the different portions of the Territory.
FOK KENT.
A number of desirable business houses on
tho different business streets of the city also
offices, restaurants and dwellings. If yoi't want
to rent property call.
Remember that tho best business chances
are always to be had by culling on
J. J. FlTZOEHIlEM,
Tho live real estate agent, oiheo on Grand
avenue.
Wanted-For Sale-Foi Rent-Lost,
WANTED. Five hundred cords of wood in
East Las Vegas. Will receive sealed
proposals for the same until Saturday, the tí'.ith
inst. at 1 o'clock, in lots of t wenty-five cords or
more to suit contractors. All bids received.
J.J. FlTZOKUItKI.I.,
Tho Live Real Estate .Agent.
WANTED. A strong American boy to work
about a store, lnnuireatthisoltiee.
KWT-tf
WANTKD To open a select school for chil
dren. English or Spanish or both lan
guages taught. Will also establish an evening
school for young gentlemen or ladies who wish
to acquire Spanish, Address, P. D. McElrov,
this (tilico UwAt
Air ANTED A dining room gir
Apply at
T Oyster Bay Restaurant, East Las Vegas
as.
lO--il f
Air ANTED. If you want a No. 1 Husk Mat
t t tress, iro to AREY'S. third door w st of
St. Nicholas Hotel.
HKM tf
f A If ANTED
11 room, In
A gentleman wishes a siusrlo
furnished. Preferably with a re
spectably family, where he can have break
fast. East Side. Apply at Mr. llrovvning's of
fice. AIT ANTED Hoarders by the week or day at
t T the Oyster Hay, Center street, East Las
Vegas. First-class meals. líKíl-tf i
J A NT ED
NY . Hotel,
try.
-Day U tarders at tho
Rest table in town.
National
Come and i
10-S-tf I
IT ANTED All people who like a good meal
U to come to the National Hotel. 10-8-u'
t . .
L OR SALE I will sell '5x50 or 25x75 feet or
r my lot in block No. 1 on Railroad Avenue.
opposite the depot. For particulars Inquiry at
tho Michigan Houso.
LOIt SALE. Native shingles can be found
" at Mr. Uliuichard's store, on the pla.a, at
wholesale prices. bJ-Mlint
ERINO UUCKS-KK) for sale
cheap. Ap
, Olcn Mora
10-1-tf
t I ply to lllyth Brothers & Co,
Ranch, Watrons.
TOR SALE 1000 cedar posts. Apply
i' Gbokok Ross, or at Lockhart's store.
10--rf.
to
i4 OR SALE A nearly new Waters piano for
1 sale on easy terms of payments.
A. O. ROBBINS.
I OR RENT CHEAP.-Good houso of three
" rooms and new kitchen, newly painted
and papered, short distanco from depot. Just
tho place for u railroader. Call oil Henry at
Browning's real estato ollico. v i HKJTtf
17OII RENT. Baca Hall, for balls part ios,
I? entertainments, lectures, etc. For terms
apply to Will C Burton. Agent and Manager.
Telephones for Residences
Telephones will bo placed In private houses
at tho rate of $50 per annum. Application can
lie made at tho San Miguel National Bank.
KKrrtf A. (K HOOD, Manager.
Lime for Sale.
In any quantity desired. Address,
Z. 8. I.OMOKUVAN,
2-22tf. Watrons, N. M.
LAS VEGAS ANI
Z 03
t p
2 0
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PL0 W$, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, yc.
SjipiphI attention clven to
iniylng and selling
Wool, Hides,
' Has Opened the Largest and Best Assorted Stock of
BOOTS ARID SIHIOES
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, EVE!l
The Attention of Dealers is Called
n. A.i3iiiToyi.iD : jzjxrza.,
-THAT
MAl-íCUS i
CKNTRK STIIKKT, is the Neatest, Nicest and Cheapest
Assortment oí'
CLOTHING
i'"Do you comprehend that at Marcus & Clemm's, Centre Street, is a perfect collection of
HEAVY FALL AND WINTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS.
DO YOU BELIEVE
That right hero is the place where you can buy Just what you want for less money than yon
pav for inferior goods elsewhere y Wo aro prepared to PROVE. Permit us to show our Good
and Prices. They also keep tho Largest Stock of Groceries, WHOLESALE and RETAIL. Callón
IIVCA-IEOTTS &g CLEMM
Centre Street.
The Largest Clothing House
IN THE TERRITORY,
SELLING AT THE LOWEST PPICES AND KEEPING THE 1
FINEST ASSORTMENT
IS
WE RECOGNIZE
KTO COMPETITION
AND PROPOSE TO
LOW PRICES
iSEESinXTG- IS
OHN
G
Las. Vegas, Now Mexico.
"Wholesale nnd Retail Dealer In
Qiiooz
STOVES &
Keep tho largest stock of Lumber, Sash, Doors,
Hiss Blossom lias
just returned from flic
east and is again pre
pared to make up the
most elegant and fash
ionable dresses. La
dies, give her a call at i
CHAS. lLFELDrS.
The candy factory is now pun,. an1l
is turnin"; out tne
shown in this city.
Las Vegas.
Ü- 28-tf
iinest ciuuly ever
('enter street, Easfc
XV. Cooper,
Proprietor..
SOCORUO, X. M.
go
Pelts,
Etc.
both here and in the
Kasurn Markets.
BROUGHT TO NEWMEXICO.
sor
to this Stock. Work Don to Order.
east las gas.
AT-
CLEMM'S
T
Now MoacJLco
THE
LEAD THE SEASON IN
BELIBVINGr
LOCH
j3W&ro,
FURNITURE
Blinds, Taints, Oils and Glass In tho Territory.
léOtu For nle iiienp.
Martinez addition to East Las Vegas, front
ing on Railroad Avenue and extending west to
the river. Near tho Round House, very de
sirable residence Property. Call on .1 . J. Fitz
OKUKKl.t., the live real estato man, nnd sro the
Pint.
To All Whom It May Concern.
The partnership existing between F. W. Pot--tor,
A. C. Rupe and F. W. Castle, under the
linn muñe of F. W. Potter Si Co., doing busi
ness nt Las Vegns and AIhuiueruo. N. M.,ex--pires
by limitation Nov. 1, ÍHH1, unless sooner
dissolved by mutual consent.
Oct. 1, 1HS1. F. W. POTTER it CO.
tient Furnishing Ooodr.
A large and well selected stock just
rece i veil at
10-0-3t T. Komf.ro & Son's.
For Stoves, Furniture, Hardware and
Queensware, go to Lockhart & Co.'e.
10-5-tf.
Cream lemonade at Billy's. 5-7tf

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