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DAILY GAZETTE SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1881. UAZF.TTE ULEAXIXfJ. Cool nights. Thanksgiving month. Baca Hall, Tuesday eve. (Jood weather for hunting. Streets getting dusty again. Santa Ye U having freezing weather. Buena Vista lots all sold ycsterda. The luneh fiend revelled in all h'w glory last night. The Afc'thodistsof El Paso are to have a $4,003 ehureh. Another hold up in Albuquerque to the tune of $110. The eourt at Socorro is expected to a.ljourn this week. The voung people of La Vegas want a dancing school. The, twenty-fifth of November is the next legal holiday. Laniy Junction is to have a postofliee if efforts on foot prove successful. Dont forget "Among the Breakers," at Baca Hall next Tuesday evening. A new two story hotel is being put up by the railroad company at Wallace. The moonlight nights arc truly su perb and cannot be surpassed in anj eo ii n try. Nutfin's addition to East Las Vegas "lying near the depot, is now ready for the market. Mr. C. M. Williams, the Railroad avenue druggist ltas placed a new siirn 'Bin on his store front Albuquerque has organized a com pany of Territorial militia, to be called Albuquerque Guards. Theodore Wagner will set out a splendid free lunch to-day at his new saloon at his residence. Milligan's building will soon be oc cupied by Chas. W.' Danvcrs, dealer in gent's 'furnishing goods.' " " The E. J. Rice ÍIoso company, at Tri nidad will give a, ' grand ' ball there thanksgiving evening tyov.'25tít. A new stock of musical instruments will in a few days be piactclin' Marcel lino, Bpfla, & Perez East Side .Store. J. J. Fitzgerrell yesterday soULeleyen lot's in the Buena Vista addition, which closed out tlie hist of . the ' lots' in that, addition. The Nellie Boyd, dramatic company when in' Albuqunrque will issue street car ticket free to every one buying re .'crved scats. Judge Sumnei; ha no yet found the roan cow vyhich got out oí the-yard some time ago. A reward will bo paid for its return. Several couples of young folks went out yesterday to the Mineral City dance, given by W. S. Kelsey of the Fairview Hotel. Our compositors made a mistake in yesterday mornings paper by saying that John D. Knox went to Denver. He went to Deming instead. AVm. Malboeuf the harness man has made decided improvements in his shop and put in a lot of new machinery for the purpose of manufacturing harness. i T. Romero & Son of Albuquerque ad vertise largely in the local papers and per consequence they have built up a wonderful trade in a short time in that city. I. (i. Bowser, Xenia, Ohio, now fills the position of delivery clerk at the post-office, vice W. J. Wilsey, the gen tleman with a tendency to sudden moves. The tickets for the Hook and Ladder company's entertainment are on sale at the postofliee, at Hine's drug store, East side News Stand and Center Street Bakery. . Those interested in the proposed en tertainment at the Presbyterian Church will meet at Mrs. J. Reynolds' on Mon day evening of this week to devise a program. All are invited. O. L. Houghton has added to his store oa the plaza a new tin shop whera everything in the tinners line will be promptly made and furnished to order. Houghton is never found wanting in enterprise. , The Ninth Cavalry band, with two extra, cars, a passenger and baggage, went through the city yesterday, on their way to Fort Riley. The band was under the charge of Lieutenant Clar ance A. Stedman and Band Master Spieglc. The Iicviata Ca'olica Is publishing , series ot interesting articles, in ST ish, giving the ancient limits, hi- st'ory climate and productions of the (ari tory, counties of the Territory. I' various will be good reading for those stu (J Í -1. , . . . dying the opumsu language, as it u? rect idiom. es the cor- A pre ty good qua .ty of . coal has bctn brought ,n from a disco- ery somc e, ht miles from town. It i-3 taken from the surface of a vein tw 0 feet lhck , a though soft, ,s S8t(Ito ljm.n well. t iose who him, tried it. . Old coal miner, .tato that by digging a larger vein and firmer quality of coal will be struck. It would be an inestimable. uuuii, una uio discoverer will seen re- me eternal gratitude countrymen. of his fellow- Knight a f lienor. The Knights of Honor-lodge was or ganized in Odd Fellows' Hall, on the l'laza, Friday night, November 4th, by Rev. J. Cohenour, Deputy Supreme Dictator, with thirty-live charter mem bers. The following eflicers were elect ed : J. E. Cohenour, Pas Dictator. ; W. Fowler Dictator; L. D. West, Vice Dictator ; R. II. Hopper, Assistant Dic tator ; W. J. Sharpe, Reporter ; B. E. Johnston, Financial Reporter ; B. A. Ames, Treasurer; S. M, Taylor, Senti nel ; Winfield Bobbins, (luardian ; and and G. P. Couplin, Guide. The first lodge of Knights of Honor was started in Kentucky, in the month of March, 1875, by leading citizens. In the short time since it has become wide ly known throughout the Union, and has received well-merited patronage. The lodge those the beautiful and ap propriate uame of "Relief' Weekly sick benefits of $10 per week were roted. That is, so much ft week is paid in anl when any of the members get sick and unable to attend to business, he is entitled to $ 10 a week during the time of his illness. The lodge meets again next Friday evening at the same place (Odd Fellow's Hall) to perfect the organization. They will be ready for additional applicants for membership on that evening. Killed by IndinttM. Paso del Nokte, Ny. 4, 1881. On October 31st a party of four men, named Black, Bell, Jones, and one oth er, started out along the line of the Mexican Central railroad to look at the work. On Monday, the 24th, they ute dinner at Lucero, about sixty-five miles south of this place, and soon after wards left the road to look for water holes, striking across the country about midway between the road and the line of the railroad, in the direction of the Rancherolles. Nothing. was ljeard of them since until this morning, when news came that a party sent out to look for them had found thjeir bodies rbout twenty miles from Lucero and about) twelve miles from the railroad line, .evidently killed by Indians, Such a, result, had tfeen, feared, for Indians ljad been seen in that locality, their tr,ail, crossing the. stage road, near Lucero, going in the ' same direction as that taken by the. unfoi;tunatje, travelers.. These, latest victims of, Indian barbarity were lately contractors on, t(he Texas Pacific, anil were, highly respected. "Stnrllght' Elorn, David L. Horn, of the Starlight sa loon, n the plaza, skipped tho town night before last, with a large number of unpaid bills left behind. Among his large number of creditors, are Mar vyede, Brumley & Co., $23; Exchange Hotel, $G0; Gazette, $5; Optic, $5, and the National Hotel a large sum. M. Heise had a. mortgage on the property, and took posession yesterday morning, and installed Andrew Ileye as barten der. It is not known where he went, but it is supposed by some that California was his destination. This sort of thing is getting altogether too common, although it is thought that Horn had the odds against him. White OakM Item. From the Golden Era we learn that the Little Mack troubles are all settled. Work is progressing on Baxter moun tain and everything presents a fine ap pearance. Mr. Milne has expended $11,000 on the placer works at Dry Gulch and will reap his golden harvest. Potatoes from Peñasco sell on the streets at five cents a pound. The stamp mill of Leer, Glass & Griffin is again run ning regularly on Old Abe ore. A literary society has been organized. Lectures are delivered regularly every Sunday by Prof. Flory. Theodore Wagner has opened up his residence on the East side of the river as an hotel, where the traveling public will find tlte very best accommodations'. J' will be a very excellent place for tb who desire a quiet and comfor jse table place to stop. He will also ker loon in connection furnished a sa- with the very best brands of wines cigars. liquors and (uracil sEr TICES. ME Til O DIP T CHUKCIf. rreacning in o'clock by the the morning at 11 Rev. D. M. Brown and in the evenir .g at 7. Sundays1 hool meets at 3 p. m. All are invited t j attend these services. PKESBYTEHIAN fllUKCH. (On Street R. R.) Services to-day at 11 a. m. and a. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. BAPTIST CHC1ICH. Service to-day at 11 a. m. and m. J he morning service will be fol lowed by an administration of thtí Lords supper. Subject of evening dis course, "Justification by Faith." Sun day school at 10 a. m. CATHOLIC CHUKCH. On Sunday, iirst mass is held at 0:30 a. m. During the week low mass is held at 0:30 a. 111. CONGREGATIONAL CHCItCH. Congregational service in Milligan's hall at 11 a: m. and 7 p. m. to-morrow, Rev. Stephen Smith, pastor. Rév. C. R. Bl iss, Secretary of the New West Education Commission, is expected lo preach in the morning. Special bargains in shawls, hosiery, corsets and embroideries at Isidor Stern's. PEBSOXA1.S. E. Romero, the tie contractor, is in town. Miss Jenny Lake, from California, is at tho Sumner. Wm. - Kreenig, of Watrous, was in town yesterday. C. M. imams, the druggist, went to J Santa Fe last night. ) ' J. H. Overhuls and A. E. Fleitz came j in yesterday from the mills. Matt. W. Washer, St. Louis, regis tered last night at the St. Nick. W. S. Whiter, of the New Mexico & Arizona Railway, returned yesterday. C. Frank Allen left on the train last night to make a flying trip to Santa Fe. M. Boylan returned from Santa Fe yesterday. He reports business lively for that town. Samuel Daniels and L. E. Lebott, Chicago, registered at tho St. Nicholas Hotel yesterday, Mr. John Crawford, who has been quite seriously sjck for the past month, is able to be out. G. F. Leeds has now taken up his permanent residence in Las Vegas, and is working at the depot. Robert Gauss, lately connected with the Albuquerque Journal, is now a re porter on the El Paso Lone Star. S. J. Lambert, proprietor of the- Ab bott House, Parsons. Kansas, came in last night and stopped at the Sumner. J. W. Hooper, Ft. Union and. J. J. Hoychfeld, traveling for a'cigar firm of Denver, were at the St. Kick., yester day. , It. D. Anderson, is now boltling down two trades repairing the telephone wires and trimnuiius carriages for Shupp. C. A- Morse,. Pueblo, Col.., represent ing the Consolidated; Tank Lino, ar rived last night;,. aud put up at the Snmner.. Rey. Toniíi&Hiajvíood;,, Saaipwisstond entj oí th.e. Methodist Missions of New Mexico,. hU for WaitroMS; yesterday. He will rvtwrn ne-xt S.wday. N 1. BíCAjiielit, (je ce man, finds on VUe apiiOA'b of winter that in-doors employuftont is more comfortable, and hhs. taken a position in Lockhart's store. Registered at the Grand View: S. L. Hurst, Ed. T. Ramsey, Trinidad; T. II. Ilarwood, Santa Fe; J. T. McNamara, Fort Union; W. S. Lackey, .Red River Springs. At the Sumner; Edward McEvoy, Raton; Charles R. Bliss, Chicago; Watt McConnell, Lawrence, Kansas; Well Kallook, Peabody, Kansas; C. R. Cut ler, Unionville, Mo., and E. C. Murray. Dr. W. C. Roberts, Secretary of th d Presbyterian Home Board of Missior lSj went to Santa Fe last night, acco ra. panied by his wife. He intends to re. turn to Las Vegas next Sunday, ar t(j Wo hope to have.a sermon from him At the Depot Hotel: Jame s Kead Nickerson, Kansas; D. W. T jej (jjjjl cago; W. L. Hunt, Manito'j, Col,, y. M. Do Mange. Denver; J. C. I)ayis and N. N. New, Altoona, Peun.; J, y. Har per, U. S. A.. Ft. Union; Mrs. J. Hunter, Topeka, Kansas, and S. ' c! Slade, Michigan Central Railroad. TO KEEP" Out of misovy, tmde with Isidor tern, West T TTT .Las vesr iolesnle Liquors. I,'1 ,,lr .est brands of wirjes, liqtroT! ?' V gars can always be found, at. :rr j uw OLi ana e, iicau uuwi tu I lie uji- te olhce, at the lowest possible 1 .rices. They have worked up a large and enviable wholesale trade through out the Territory and by thus dealing; largely can sell at low hgures. ll-5-t I am closing; out my large and entire new stock of carpets at low er figures than they have ever been offer ed in the city. Isidor Stern. Wood. Delivered in East and West Las Ve- f;as, N. M. Leave orders at O. L. Ioughton'a Hardware Store. G. C. Smith. 11-5-tf. MONEY MADE In buying is money made easy and you. Avill do so, by purchas- i n g your clothings 1 t . e n t s iurnisnincf fc" oods, boots and shoes hats and caps of Isi dor Stern. For cheap hardware go to Lockhail & CVs. 2-lltl The candy factory is now open, and is turning out the finest candy ever shown in this city. Center street, East Las Veeras. W. Cooper. 0- 28-tf Proprietor. CAM IK, REAL ESTATE and STOCK BROKER. NOTARY PUBLIC AND IHSU- RANCE AGENT, Office In Optic Block, EAST LAS VEflAS. NEW MEXICO. Offers for sale the folloving- city lots : Five lots in the Buena Vista ai ldition for $40 each. Five lots inthe Buena Vista addition for $50 each. bixlots in the Buena Vista addition for $60 each. ix lota in the Buena Vis a addition for $75 each. , Three lets in the Buena Vista addi tion for $00 each. Three lots in the Buer iV Vista addi tion for $100 each. tix lots in the Buen- . Vista addition for $125 each. Four lots in the Br jena vista addition for 175 each. Four spleadid cr iVnel. iots in J. H. rhillips' subdivis" i0rij two blocks from the center of duf jlness $150 each. 'Several nice 1 ot9 in tiie San Miguel Hill and Town gite Co's addition, rang ing from $75 fí 123 each. Las Vegas Hill Sito Town Co' s addi tion, the nh ;est buiitung lots in Las Ve gas. Thcf ots are just in the market. There are , oniv about 50 of them sold, and in t' ftis addition -several beautiful brick rr firtences will suwn be built, cost ing fro .j, 5E4.000 to SllO.080 each. These lots w and a from ill be sold from $50 to $275 each, rill double their value in sixty days this date. Business Lots. jOn e lot in front of Sumner House, price 1 $1,000. Or ie lot fronting on Sixth , street and Uraj id Avenue, price $1,500. O ne lot fronting on Douglas street, in fror it of new San Miguel National Bank, pri ;o $1,000. Business Property. Business house and lot on Douglas At ;enue, price $1,100; rent for $35 per m onth. Two lots with inferior improvements o: a Douglas Avenue, price $2.200. Topeka House and lot on Railroad I ivenuc, price $1,800 ; rents for $50 per 1 nonth. Corinthian Hall ana lot on Railroad Avenue, building 25 feet front by 140 I feet deep ; rents for $1,000 per year ; price $2,650. Building and lot 01 1 Railroad Avenue; rents for $75 per moi ith ; price $2,500. Business property in various parts of the city for sale, that will pay from 2 to 40 per cent, per ai inum on the invest ment Residence Property. Large modern bu' .Ufeñet house with eight nice rooms an d Maree lots ; price $3,500, rents for $55 per iooth. Fine brick house four rooms and one lot; price $3,000, rents lot $30 per month. Elegant frame house, .eight Jarge rooms, two nice lots, good well i wa ter, nice shade trees in frontyard, prkc $2,000, rents for $4.5 month. An elegant residence with five corner lots, that arc worth $2,i'00 cash, ttwelve large rooms, rents for $100 per -month,, price !4,uou. 1 Residence with six large rooms, two i nice lots, good barn , price $1,500. rraiuuiKSKieucB, lour nice rooms, two corner lots, pri ce $1,300. Residence five rooms, two nice lots, price $1,200. Residence and lot, four roo ms, price $800. Three new houses, three roc ms each, rents for $48 per mo-nth, price for three $1,800. House with five r ooms and lot, rents for $25 per month, price $800. Nice residence, two nice lots , furnish ed complete, price $1,200. If you want to buy a lot; If , you want to buy a house; If yon want 'to sell a lot; If you want to sell a houst 1; If you have a house to rent; If you want to rent a house; If you want to in est your money so as to secure best reí -urns in shortest time, call on us and we will endeavor to please you. No tr uble to answer questions. No trouble to show you around. If you come to Lai i Vegas to locate or invest, bo sure and c ome to see us and wo will do you good. Calvin pisíe, EFAL ESTATE AGEN T, Optic Block, EAST LAS VEG. IS J.J. FITZGERRELL, THE UVE REAL ESTATE MAM Las Vegas, X. M. ' J. J. FitzgerroU, tho live real estate man, has for sale a large number of fino business and dcairablo residence lots in different pans C.B. of tho now and old portions of the city. Far- tics seeking Investments in real estate, busi ness chance, business and dwelling houses, should call oa Fitzgerrell; ho can uceoinino dutc them. A liare Chance: 1 rvAwill buy nine choice building tpJ.,UUU lots, centraly located. Will fl.ll Hiiifh y for front f 125 to $200. dA C r will buy a nice two-room house xOVJ with kitchen. This is a bargain. d'O infY''! t"'y two houses with three tjii 1UU lots, front imr tho Park. A great burrain- Kenting tor $:l.0( a month A ItAREUHANCK. Will sell a valuable-in- Ji terestin White Oaks mines and mill ma chinery at a grout bargain on account of sick nes. incjuireof J. .1. Fitzgerrell tho live real estate num. rl t) rr ( Will buy an elegant four room LHJJ house in lino order, renting for yu per month. O i f Will buy 1'oiir residence lots. (Jj'-Ti A Will Imy a nice residence on Muin Pv;mv Ktwet renting ror $n a montn. fr ff Will buy a giMid four room house i"!y.Vvy renting for f id a month. C 1 i(f Witl b"y a ff'MÚ hotel on Hail 01Í5UU roudAveuuo renting at ?."ü per month. tTS 'A good brisiness houso on OO-' Hailnmd Avenue r tntingfor is l.IKH) a year. Will Vniy one of the best liusi ncss houses and two lots on Douglas St. - KLliVEiN uuiiLAits a montn tor pl-L Twelve Months will pay for a choice Lot. ÜíOrCAMONTHLY PAYMENTS. fSSO will ípLt)Ulmy u one room house with u splendid lot centrally located. Enquiro J. J. r lTZOKilHKi,l. Tho live real estate agent. IT'.OK LEASE Four lots ;an Douglass and Lincoln Avenues. ,j fA DOLLARS will buy tho Bedsteads, 4tOvy Bedding, Crockery, Glassware, and Stoves, and a arenera kiutfit to a hotel. A lease can be had for one year at low rent ; has plen ty of rooms and is well lo jnted. Ó"v if DOLLARS will buy a O J . J J V grant of ltti.OOO acres; one oí the best cattle ranges in the Territory. A rrf DOLLAUS will luy a Hi 4t 4 J J J stock dairy and farming ranch near thn citv. i KAn DOLL Alts will buy a splendid If llil new residence, six rouis. two lots fronting on Maino Street. Ueuts for $ 10 per month. WILL EXCHANGE, farms and town proper ty mliansms and Illinois tor real estate in l. Venas. 12,000 DOLL AIlS will buy by warrantee deed' a first class cattle ranche that will isuagc 2(1.000 head ot cattle. HOTEL FOU SALE OK 1U5NT.: For partic ulars apply to 3. J. Fitzgerrell. i f fff Wl LL lip Y 11 Y W Aim AN ?J50UvJU TEE DEED livo miles of liviiur ivater controlling ICO'suuare miles of the finest rango on tho Pecos river. (Jail and see pint. 6 p'(r"v Dollars will buy one of the OUU best shingle mills in the terri tory, together with Í.Oiiü acres of line land. For a shinglo mill man who understands the business this is a fortune. 2p? ffl Dollarswillbuyoneof the O JJ J finest 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 the most desirable homes and ranches in tne territory rr V f n f Dollars will buy 0110 of I J .Vy J J the largest and best ap point! 'd stock ranges in the territory ; a splen did residence; eight miles ot river lront: nu merous lakes a'nd springs; well watered and well sheltered; all under fence; making one of the best stock ranges in the world. Grunt title perfect. Ci I will buy a good new three joom 5tfcJ J house and two lots near the rail road depot and round house. )f (f( Head of sheep for saie d jiJ J Wethers, ewes and lambs. LL'OOPt WILL BUY A GOoD FOUR y? O i O BOOM HOUSE near tho Machine Snops. A bargain. BUENA VISTA TOWN COMPANY LOTS fcr sale cheap. Í NE OF THE BEST BUSINESS HOUSES in V the city for sale. For sale, one dairy and gardening farm very clu'ap, two miles from the city, One of the finest gardens in New Mexico. A rare chance for a gardner and florist to make a fortune. I have for sale in Mills & Chapman s addition to the Hot Springs; these lots will be sold cheap. I also havo tor sale several line stock ranches in the different portions of the Territory. FOR KENT. A number of desirable business houses on tho different business streets of the city, also oilices, restaurants and dwellings. If you want to rent property call. Kemeinberthat the best business chances are always to be had by calling on J. J. FlTZOKKKKLIj Tho live real estate agent, office on Urand avenue. Wanted-For Sa!e-For Rent-Lost, r ANTED KMIinen wanted fit Sun lVilro, V N. M. Miners, tetmiHtors and laborers, Good vanees muí steady employment. Apply' to Geo. l)avis", Wallace, who will furnish trans portation to the mine. 1 1-4-tf. San Pedk( & Canon del Agua Ci . WANTED Two furnished rooms suitable for lijrht housekeeping.' Apply to J. J. Pit7,H'errell, the live real estate man, WANTED. Hoarders, retitaunint. Center Veg-ttM, ut f -l.fiO per week. nt the Oyster streetf East Day Las TTTANTED. A No.l cook and house-keeper V Good waj..cs will no paid. Apply to T. Wajfner, ts il-r WANTED. To buy and sell seeonVl hand KO(m1m. Will buy and tell nt r'esotíble rales. Money ndvimced on (roods tetfáoh rató, I also niKko furnituro repalrinf iy ejipci alty. Neil Coliruii. Iirst buildinx eaft of thn bridifc. II I I . TIT ANTED. If you want a No. 1 Husk iJaVi tress, go to AKEV'S, third door west (if :t Nicholas Hotel. lO-Siltf WANTED A gentleman wishes a single, room, furnished, l'referably with u re spectable family, where he can havo break fast. East Side. Apply ut Mr, Browninir's of fice. WANTED-Day Boarders tit the NatVeaai Hotel. Best table in town. Vavmfmm tfy. AMMjf WANTED All people who like n wood mui to come to tho N'utionul Hotel. 10r FOU SALE I will sell 25x30 or 25x7, feeU my lot in block No. 1 on Railroad Awax opposite the depot. For particulars Ilumine tho Michigan House. ITIOR SALE. Native shingles can 1 at Mr. ISlunchard's store, on thi b'10 tho .pU wuoiesuie prices. ERINO IlUCKS-100 for salo chea il ply to myth Brothers & Co.. (lira Hunch, Wutrous. Jlt- IOlt SALE-1000 cedar posts. ímt J . (JEOKaKltoss,oratLookbiirt'E:Ui-10-2-rf . - IOH KENT. Baca Hall, for biylHiT 1: entertainments, lectures, pb. T', Hpply to Will C Burton. Agent untUbu.- Wagner's I'Jm ' , Theodoro Wagner lina or,iU .ua some residence us a HOTEL wUerot-ít . und transient guests will flivl thp.ie. commodatloiiB. A quiet on(ici(nulrt . for guests. A- First-Olass.S;. aiooii in connection, provided, wjth tlielle Wines, Liquors and Cigars, .rali a gt . t BKOWKIXO, EDWARD BC5RT, C F. A I.LI X Estate -OF- C. R.BROWNINC é Old and Reliable! Istablished in 1870. Office Lincoln Street, near Grand Avenue Unimproved lots and property for sales in all parts of the city, at prices front $50 to $1,000. Improved Business and Resid'encf" property at prices from $450 to $20,000. Property in Las Vegas Town Curo pac y's Lands. Property in RosenwaldTs Addition. Property in Rosenwald & í'o.1 Addi tion. Property in Blanchard & Ct.ts Addi tion. Property in San Miguel Town Sitei Co.'s Addition. Property in Raynold's Addition. Property in Las Vegas Hill Site CaiU Addition. Property in Buena Vista Additwnt. Embracing Property in the fHbwihg Blocks: ''A1' 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, I9r T1r 12, 14, 1G, 17, 10, 22, 24, 26, 2, 30, 31, 40, and elsewhere. Property in both East ami 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. Oflice, open from 7 a. ni. to 0 p. m. New Fall Stock -AT THE- Leading House In the Ttoitor.y. R.R.Ave., East 'as Vegas Aroxnjr ;E LINE OF aff a m' DRY GOODS t Fancy Goods, b ADIES' CLOAKS Flannels, r ÜDIES' MM ALL KINDS OF GOODS DHESS TRIMMINGS ll tf ALL KINDS OF SILKS AND SATINS ALL STYLES OF Gents' Furnishing Goods of ie, ut und 1, ut nt Ap- Mora AND 1-tf CLOTHING ly to .urties, terms igcr. A FULL LINE OF HATS I CAFS tel BOOTS & SHOES, ( Carpets and Wall Paper Mcasuritig and Laying Carpets and Hanginff Curtains a Specialty. JAJBTABRO'S his bund he public y liest uc- able home brands ot Wagner's, 1 V 7'"