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J. H. KOOCLER, Editor. :iAfL5 OF SUBSCRIPTION IIIy. I year , ,,10 00. l'n'dV Mi'Mim 00. Kuilv. I uxMitii 1 IX). iMivrrm' br mrrter to any part f theettr. !. !v. 1 viir S 'A. .i,iiilli I TV For Advertising ltitvi apply to J It. Kooir'cr I 'l-nnriit Proprietor. The rti-h inou in New York, ay llic lnver Tril'uuc, aro vir'mg with each other in tun house minding misine..-. A. T. Stewart was the lirst to erect a princely mansion, intended to he the most magnificent resilience on the con tinent. For n while it accomplished its purjjo.se, and oilier people enjoyed its stately elegance, wliilo the bones of the builder were beinjj hustled over the country by grave robber..--Then Wil liam II. Vaudcrhilt made up his mind to go the merchant prince several points better, and the result was a man sion that threw the Stewart residence quite in the shade, and has been pro nounced perfect in every detail and su perb beyond comparison. Now Sidney pillion comes with a proposition to build for himself a house exceeding in every particular the Vandcrbill palace, a mon strous castle, costingniillionsof dollars, iinislipd and equipped in a, siyle that voylty itself might envy. By the . timo this architectural and domestic monu ment is completed, Jay Gould will probably make up his mind to start in and try his hand at house building. Tho sale of two or three thousand miles of railroad and telegraph lines would pro vide him with sufficient means to coolly buy in Central Park, erect a house that would make an Indian Prince's eyes water, and utilize Mr. Sidney Dillon's residence as a stable or coal shed. To a man who is paying $13 a month for a one-story frame palace, the doings of the New York people seem like a sill v extravagance, CARBON ATE VI til. E. I lenty of Work mid (ond WnPB. t -A IÍI50N ATEVILLK, Nov. 13. The many miners working here are producing rich mineral. I notice Bo nanza No. 3 has tin machinery on the ground and Í3 making active prepara tions to erect it. They are. now drifting uorth and south. The mineral is about the same as when I wrote you last. The Capital has not yet found water, the deptli of the shaft is about 205 feet. They are taking out some very line and rich mineral. The Uno Alenia is work ing a full force of men. The Marshall Bonanza mine is now working full force of men; they are storapping and drifting. The mineral now being taken out is of a Yicñ nature; they are ship ping ore to Si. Lewis. Quile a number of mines near the Bonanza are working full forces of men. The Bottom Dol lar mine shows a large vein of galena; they are drifting along the vein. The Pinon is being sunk rapidly'. The L II. Whilson company are doing a great deal of work here. They are working the Uue Alenia, Dúchese, ('oilier, Ab bott and others;; these are all good claims. Yalle-Citos is building up rap idly. The Pretty Betty is looming up aga,in. The smelter at the station is about ready to start. The new amalga mator at tiio station in 21 hours run out one hundred and thirty dollars worth of gold. New arrivals every day-in camp. Work plentiful and wages good. (iOOD AltVICE. To Yitnii DIcii Who nre Think uijj of Coining West. Thomas Manning, a mine operator of (Jilpin county, Colorado, well known in New Yo.ik from his connection with Manning's yacht agency, passed a part of the summer in this city. In an inter view with a New York Tri'iirniterepovtev, who questioned him regarding the pros pects for young men in the far west, Mr. Manning said that any man who went to work in a prudent way might count on success. "How should a person begin?" asked the reporter. "He should not begin, as so many young men do ys, and old men too by investing all his capital the lirst week after he arrives. c hear a great ileal about fortunes that are lost in the mining count ry, and many persons doubtless do loose what money they have by unfortunate' investments. But that is because they do not go to work in the right way. A man goes from New York, after reading and talking a little about the theory of mining,1 con-' vinced that he knows all about mining that, is worth knowing upon the subject. He falls in with a plausible speculator who represents in glowing colors tho spacious advantages of this or that mining held the capital is invested, and in a year the money is gone, To, succeed1 in mining á man should have ' his money at home He should "' go to Colorado, or wherever he wishes to make a start and stay there for not less than six months without investing a cent. At the en of that lime he will begin to find out that he does not know much about mining afler all, and when he has reached that stage he is in a safer mood to use his money to advantage. Then he may send for his capital and make a beginning for himselt. If one keeps his eyes open he can tell pretty accu rately where there is going to bo a 'boom," and if li. hits upon the right place to invest his fortune is surely made " "But are not investments in the min ing country at least very precarious?" "Not necessarily. If a man waits until he sees his way clearly he is pret ty sure to win." ' '-'How much capital is necessary to make a fair beginning?" "The expense of living in Calorado Is very high. I find I can livo in New York cheaper than in Calorado. It would cost $100 to get there, and to live six months very economically would eat up $400 more. A man could not expect to make anything unless lie started out with $1,000 at the least; and of course the gains upon such a small capital would be small." "What kind of mines yield the best profits?" "Of (fold mines the blanket veins pay best at first, and it is the discovery of these that causes the greatest 'boom,1 but fissure veins last longer and proba ably aro as prolitable in the end.1 "What chance is there in the moun tains for men of other professions?" "Oh, we have plenty of lawyers and merchants and doctors too many. I should not advise anyone to go to the mining country unless he intends to be a nviuer."1 Jiuimjr ltrowu Mod tb ! 4'ronm Pnrlj. There was pretty nearly a whole week that 1 kept out of trouble; but it didn't last. Boys are born to lly upward like the sparks that trouble, and yesterday 1 was "np to mischief again," as Sun said, though I nerer had the least idea of doing any mischief. How should an innocent bov, who might easily have been an orphan had things happened in that waj know all about cooking and chenislry and such, I should like to know. It was really hue s fault. iNotu- ing would do but she must give a party, and, of course, she must have ice cream. Now the ice cream our cake-shop man makes isn't good enough for her, so she got father to buy an ice cream freezer herself. I was to help her, and she sent me to the store to order some salt. 1 asked her what she wanted of salt, and she said you couldn't freeze ice cream without plenty oi salt, ana mat it was almost as necessary as ice. I went to the store and ordered the salt, and then had a game or two of ball with the boys, and didn't get home until late in the af ternoon, There was Sue freezing the ice cream and suffering dreadfully, so she said. She had to go and dress right away, and told me to Keep turning the ico cream freezer until it froze, and don't run off and leave me to do every thing again, you good-for-nothing boy. I wonder how you can do it. I. turned that freezer for ever so long, but noth ing would freeze, so I made up my mind that it wanted more salt. I didn't want to disturb anybody, so I quietly went into the kitchen and got the salt-cellar and emptied it int the ice cream. It began to freeze right away; but 1 tasted1 it. and it was awfully salt, so I got the the jug of gohien syrup and poured about a pint into the ice cream, and when it was done it was a beautiful straw color. But there was an awful scene when the party tried to eat that ice cream. She handed it around, and said to everybody: "This is my ice cream, and you must be sure to like it." The lirst one she gave it to was Dr. Porter. He is dreadfully fond of ice cream, and he smiled such a big smile, and said he was sure it was de 'iñ1,ll"'t ....... .vvn Mr uukj o juiiru i u i . Then he jumped upas if something had on mm, aim went oui tne uoor in two jumps, and we didn't see him again. Then three more men tasted the ice cream, and jumped up and ran after tne doctor, and two girls said "Oh, my!" and held their handkerchiefs over their faces, and turned just as pale. Anu men everyDooy else put tneir ice cream down on the table, and said thank you, they guessed they wouldn't take any. The party was regularly spoiled, and when I tasted trie icecream I didn't wonder. It was worse than the best kind of strong medicine. She was in a dreadful state of mind, and when the party had all gone home ;t!l but one man, who lay under the apple tree all night and groaned like he was dy ing, only we thought it was cats she made me tell hev all about the sa't and the golden syrup. She wouldn't be lieve that I had tried to do my best and uiun t mean any harm. Father took her part, and said 1 ought to cat some oi tno ice cream since 1 made it, but J said I'd rather go up stairs with him so l went. Some of these days people will begin to understand that they are just wasting and throwing away a boy who always tries to do his best, and perhaps they 11 be sorry when it is too late. Harper's Young reoplc. 'I lie Oritfin of (he Piywlofliec. Postoflices in the "beginning" were originated among the Persians. The lirst Darius, son of Hystaspes, had something like a regular postal system in force. IIo appointed a large force of couriers, oaeh with a saddled horse, within a day's journey of each other, all through the empire. In this way he was enabled to get all (lie provincial news in what was then considered mar velously quick time. This service, however, conferred no benefits on the people. It was only for the govern ment Augustus Ciesar established some thing like the modern post, but at the disintegration of the Roman Empire it fell with the rest. In the ninth century the German, French and Italian gov ernments had mounted couriers, but the people derived some of the benefits. They had to depend on the kindness of the friend or the traveler to bear tid ings fo and from those they loved in distant parts. The troubadors often did this kind of work: and pilgrims irom tne Jioiy j,anu came treighled with missions of love and affection. Carrier pigeons were used at one time in Europe, but frequently they would carry only on; way. All are familiar with the lament of Theobald when hH carrier left his prison bars: HOT. ' Hot Scotch, Hot Irish, ' Hot (Jaraowen, Hot Lembiiado. ' Hot Milk; punch, Hot Twin and Jerry, Everything Red Hot at Billy's. We have just receive the very lateat styles of Hoop Skirts, JAFFA BROS., Raiiroad Avenue, East Las Vegas. Sutfin's addition. C. E. WeHCbe'H Corrected Price JUt. Bi'St GunpowderTea, peril). 70 cts. Choice llio coiteo, per lb. ltl cts. Ground coffee, per lb. 21 cts. Syrup in 1 gal eiins, per can, 00otfi. Syrup in H gl. eunw, per eun, 5() out. Mtiplu Syrup, in !.i gal. cuna,. per mm, 30 cts. Baking Powder, in (I oH (uiip, per dozen cans, 5 cents. Stick candy, mid ossottod-candy per lb. 18 ets. Dcssicated Cocoumit, in 1 pound packages, pel lo. IS ets. Hice, per lb. 1) cR Nmrse Salt, per lb. 2 cts.; Mexican beaux, per lb. 7 ots. French Mustard perdoa cans 2.35. A pple butter iuá II) cans per doz. 3.75, Allmyalde, Mexicana, per lb, $1.10, Alueenni, per Ib, (lo ots. Romero, per lb, 00 cts. Cantor oil in i oz bottles per doz LOO Essence of peppcrment in 2 oz bottles per doz l.(M. Essenw of pennyroyal In 2 oz bottles per doz 1.10. fiingerinS oz bottles per doz 2.:ii Ginger "3 " " " " 3.50 llird seed per lb 15ets Vinegar rogue in V oz bottles per doz 1.25 Cologne in 1 oz bottles per doz .10 1'ink pomade in I oz bottles per doz OOcts Yellow pomade in I oz bottles per doz Wiels Liquid blueing " ' " " " Soots Liquid " 8 " " " " fiOcts . Dry " " 2 ' " gross 2.00 Cintilo soap per lb t7ct Silver soap ' box 4.50 Hutinsoup " " 4.15 Legal tender soap per box XIH) Blue laundry soap lintmrs 3.S5 Imperial Soap, KM cakes, per box, $.'1.IK). No. 1 palm soap li) bars 3.50 Shoo dressing per doz 2.00 Cigars per 1U0 from 2.50 to 15.00 Liquor common and lino at retail only. . ... C. E. WESC1IE. J uat Opened. Theodore Wagner lias just opened at his residence a new saloon where ho keeps the very best brands of liquors, cigars, etc. Freo lunch every daj A quiet nice place for ladies and gentle men. Handsome nnd nicely fitted up parlors. A grand free lunch will be given to-day. All are cordially invit ed. 11-0-tf. . - Roal the World. " O. L. Houghton, tho hardware mer chant, proposes to supply New Mexico with stoves this year. IIo has a very heavy stock on lia ml now besides two hundred and fifty moro bought and shipped. He has cook stoves, parlor stoves, heating stoves, ranges, plain and ornamented, and of the best make, which he will sell on the most favorable terms. When yon want a stove call on Houghton. . -23-tf. For Stoves, Furniture, Hardware and Queensware, go to Lockhart & Co.'s. 10-5-tf. Mlovea t Stove! Stoves ! Six Hundred In stock ntid on the Way. First-class roods at livinz prices arc s our "Hustlers" for trade. Heaters kept of all sizes and styles from a Lightning Jiug to a ruriiaee. He are agents lor the celebrated parlor stove "Denmark" which has no equal for burning soft coal in the United statcs. (jive ns a call before you purchase. ;;(Mf Lockhakt&Co. The traveling public will lind every tiling lirst-class at the Grand View Ho tel. Bin- your clothing at T. Romero & ll-C-3t. Son's. All kinds ladies and misses shoes of the best -quality at Jaffa Bros. Try "Billy's Ponies" Cigars, pure Havana. Mrs. Huberts and Mrs. Maxey have received their new goods, and are now prepared to do all kinds of fine mil linery work. Mrs. , Roberts daughter also adds her services which makes it one of the most complete establish ments in the citv. Second floor, Baca building. , 10-5-tf Champagne cocktails 25 cents, at Bil ly's. 7-11-tf All kinds of ladies ulsters and dolmans at Jaffa Bros. l'nsIiiunaUIejDresM Making:. Mrs. J. A. Dryden wishes to inform the ladies of Las Vegas and vicinity, that she 3 now prepared to do all kinds of work in her line. Satisfaction guar anteed. She will also trim hats and bonnets and do stamping. Rooms in Klattenhoff's residence, east of tiie bridge. 1 1-8-2 w. Wines mill Liquors. Francisco Baca y Sandoval is just in receipt of a car load of line wines, Port, Hock, Rcisling, Altar, Sherry, etc. 1 0-30-1 w Wood mid i'oiil Delivered to any part of the city. Leave orders at O. L. Houghton's hardware store. G. C Smith. 11-8-tf. For cheap hardware go & Co's. to Lockhart 2-lltf For a iino line of ladies' dress goods, gents' clothing, boys' clothing, dry goods, hats and caps, boots ancl shoes, groceries, queensware, glassware, etc., go to T. llomero & Son's. 1 l-0-üt. Mrs. J. B. Baker & Co. have Opened a variety store and news stand, and will keep constantly on hand a full lino of I ladies furnishing goods, embroideries, etc. They will also keep stationary, I nniru mill 11I.1M i il íí.í.1 1 u n,til o fínil cfw.b- ' of cigars not excelled for flavor and qualify. 10-22-tf PJtICi; Cl'RKEJST. Of Staples, Groceries, etc., corrected daily for the Gazette by Browne. & Manzanares, Ln Vegas, N. M. Uticon. clear sides, per 11) $ 15 " dry salt, per lb H " breakfast, per lb lii' i Hams, per lb Vst" Lard, Sijmuv cans, per lb I.i-.'i " pails, ten II) KiJ.j. " pails, five lb lir- " pails toreo II) llil's Jleans, Mexican , California, per lb !í " Lima, per lb 14 " white navy (scarce) 8!i Ilitm, eastern 1.75 litiekwheat tiour (!.0t) Hutter, creamery, in tub:? -R) Kutter, creamery cans 4V'Cfl Cheese, peril) ;.; 3 Coltcu, Hio, common la, fair 14, prime.. . Hi " " Mocha ;.; 80. " Java 28 ' " Ariosa 30' Crackers , soda h'i Apples, California 10 I'eaehes, California ; Is Mackerel, per kil . . . . . . .:: .fl.W.f 2.50 FVnr Kansas jW . Kvw.94. 50 " Colorado. .:3.SS)&f4',.riU Hominy, per bbl. . . . Meal, coin...'. . ..' ;. .. . ...':!. 75 " oat. per hundred lbs '. . (1.50 Nails....'.:.-. (j.;.V Oils, carbon this , ilt " : carbon 150 3 '. '. its " linseed. ,'. 1.'U " lard ; ; 1.5(1 Potatoes 4 ft: 4 '4 Itica 8fri,10 t-aeks, wool 4INÍ 40 Salt, per barrel, ei huso 5 00 " " dairy !l.5(): $7.50 Honps. common ,.6'S'.7'.5 " family ' 7(3 8 Sugar, Ext ra C T-t, A l.i' -S " gniniilale I VV crushed 14, eut loaf 14" " tine powdered .. . 1 1 " yellows li4Tr.l2fi Syrups, kegs $3.5(Ku.is.l " cans, per case 13 Is 5f0.5o(i;f 10.50 " " " 34 !9 iflO.5Oüíl3.O0 Teas, Japans 40frit0 " imperials. Ml 75 " (i. 1' ,! " V. H 40'íü7r " Oolong :0'.í-SJ Wire, fence, painted 11 Wire staples 10 Steel 17, English aXafil WOOL, IIIDLS AM) 1KLTS. Wool, common fall clip $ VlW,r " medium improved fall clip. 15 ir lS " well improved fall clip IS jri " black, 3 to 5 cents less than white Hides, dry Hint W.Í " damaged 8 i?10 Sheep peits, primo butcher s " diunaged uud suddlo about B Goatskins, average 2 'H Deerskins, " M Town Lots for Sale in Bernalillo. The I'erea family, of Bernalillo, have luul out a lurge tract of land in that ItoKiitifal town, extending north on either sMu of tac railroad. These lots aie very doMrable for business and residence property and are right among the vineyard and fruit-growing lands. Lands for gardens, orchards and vineyards can be easily obtained. The property will be sold at reason able rates. For farihcrnfoimoiion apply to J M. FEKKA. HermdlUo, N. M. To All Whom it May Concern. The partnership existing between F. W. Pot ter, A. C. Kupe and K. W. Cnstlu, under the Arm name of F. W. Potter dt Co., doing buni nosg at Lns Vegas nnd Albuquerque. N. M., ex pires by limitation Nov. 1, 1881. unless sooner dissolved bv mutual conswit. Oct. 1, 1881. F. W. POTTElt & CO. I. KIRBV. DENTIST, Zlon Hill, Bliincuard Street. JICIIARD DUNN, NOTARY PUBLIC, RINCON, .... NEW MEXICO. yKST LA9 KGAS, LAND AGENCY JOHN- CAM PRE LI., In Ves!ic' building. L& VEGAS, - - - NEW MEXICO. PATTY, Manufacturer of TIN, COPPER ANOSHKKT-IROÍ WARES uní dealer In til kinds of LOOKING ANO PARLOR STOVES BRIDGE STREET, - - - LA9 VEGAS f PHOTOGRAPHER, GALLERY, OVER POSTO! FICE, BrldtíU Street, LAS VEGAS. 1 FRANK ALLEN, DEPUTY U. S. MINERAL SURVEYOR. Civil Eiijrinccriuir and Surveying of all kinds careiiiuy Btienuea to. special attention given to topographical miips oí mining districts. LBlCRT A IIERBER, Proprietors BREWERY SALOON, OPPPOS1TE ADAMS EXPRESS OFFICE, East Las Vegas. Fr bIi Beer always on Draught. Also Fine Cigars and hiskay. Lunch Counter In con nection. -jyjrllS. J. V. THEOBALD, DRESSMAKER, EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, First door north of Herbert's drug store. Cutting nnd fitting a specialty. French dry stamping done to order. Tho Indies of Lns vegan are Invitod to call and give ine a trial. TW. HANSON, Manufacturer of BOOTS AND SHOES. Shoplhird door east of tho First National Bank, Bridge Street. J. P. THEOBALD. BOOT AND SHOE Maker. Repairing promptly and neatly done. Col. Steele's former oiliee. Grand avenue, sec ond door north of Herberts Drug Store. rpiIOS GIBBS, Manufacturer of BOOTS AND SHOES. Mending1 dono on short notieo and in good stylo. All work guaranteed to give satisfac tion. North Sido i'la.ii. w Ú. WAUD, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. H. HOHDEX, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, On line of Street Ruilroad, east of Optic Illock. JK. DkOIUW, DENTIST. Ollico over Herbert's Drug Store. i ET SHAVED AT TIIE I VI PARLOR BARBER SHOP. BATHS ATTACHED. CENTER STREET, - EAST LAS VEGAS J RK1 HUNGER; Proprietor of the MINERS' BARBER SHOP, HOT AND COLD BATHS Next door to Wright's Keno Parlor. M,:s. no iilJI.N'S SÜMMEUFIELD, M. D. First House North of Sumner House. Office Houns : From 10 to 12 A. m.; 3 to 5 p.m. East Las Vegas, ..... New Mexico. jit. h. s. Peebles! PHYSICIAN AND SURQEOitf, Makes a specialty of Dermatolpify, or skin dis ease. Office: Two doors.-.OQt i?t Nicholua. K. E. L, EPEliisON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,. LAS VEGAS, N. M, OlUce two doors west of I'ost Office. Special attention given to diseases of theeye, car uud rectum. l'ETTl.lOIfN, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, LAS VEGAS AND HOT SPRINGS. Chronic Diseases and Diseases of Females a Specialty HOI SPRINGS . . . 8 to !2 A.M. LAS VKUAS Central Drugstore, 2 to BP. M. li. siiipwmi, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Ofllce, Room No. 7, FIRST NATIONAL BANK BlftLDING. -yyM. H. PAGE, M. D., RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS CO. Office: No. 23 Bath House. Graduate of Harvard University; member of the Sull'olk District Med. Society; of the Mass. Med. Society und of tho American Mud. Asso ciation. A practicing physician and surgeon in Boston for the pasliwenty-eight years, with tho excep tion of about two years Bpcnt in Europe for the advancement of professional knowledge, and nearly the same timo in the army during the late war. LATE DISPENSARY PHYSICIAN; Burgeon in the Massachusetts General Hospital: SOLE PHYSICIAN TO NICKEHSON'8 HOME FOR CHI LDREN the past twentymo ven years. Tho City Physician of Boston, etc., etc. Also member of tho Soc. of Arts of Insti tute of Technology; of tho Massachusetts His-torioo-Gonealogiettl Society, etc, etc. Late U. S. Pension Surgoon and frequently selected by tho Commissioner to pass upon tho more diilicult eases occurring in New Eng land. Often employed ns a mcctieitl expert In lm- Íiortttiit cases by individuals; Lifo Ins. Co.'s; tailroad Co.'s; the City; tho Commonwealth and the United States. JOSTWICK & WHITE LAW, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Oluce In First Nat'l Bank Bailding, LAS VEGAS. - - NEW MEXICO. JU. M. FITZ-MAUMICE. ATTORNEY AT LAW, SibVEii Citv, - - New Mexico Business of every kind attended to In Grant County. Q HAVES A RCSsVlL," J . Franco Chavea, D. C Russell, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW. M ol.UUKiita'K - - - NEW MEXICO JEE & FORT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW (Offlco at Rosldence) EAST LAS VEGAS í. M. r. neill. T ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Aud District Attorney for tho Twentieth Ju dicial District of Texas. All kinds of business attended to promptly. uince: el. riso, i t..v.3- I The Lightest Running Machine In the world New and In perfect order. WM. II. U. ALLISON, East Las Vegas. M03XTEIY made by going t FLECK'S and getting your Clothes Repaired and Cleaned. You will find that most of your old suits can be S AVE3D2 SUITS CLEANED Oil COATS BOUND FOR Repairing done at reasonable rates. Shop next door to Bi owning' s Real Estate Ollico, East Las Vegas. Jr. W. FLECK, Prop'r. FRANK OGDEN, Dealer in COFFINS, CASKETS, And Undertaking Goods of all Kinds Kept Constantly on Hand. LAS VEGAS, - - - NEW MEXICO. All Orders Promptly Filled. . COAL! COAL! COAL! Constantly on hand, hart & Co's. Leave orders at Lock-lü-25-tf BILLIARD CENTRE A full line of the Purest Imported Wines and Whiskies for family and medical purposes. MINERAL CITY STAGE LINE NEW, COMPLETE, QUICK. Runs to Mineral City, Mondays, Wednesdays. and Fridays. Returns alternato days. Plenty of time at either city for prospecting or bus! ness. Fare, $2.00 each way; Round trip, $3.50 a, o. xziii cfc Co. AUCTION -AND- FRANK J. WEBER, Auctioneer. 1 bare opened in the Wesche Illock, on tho Plaza, an Auction und Commission House, whero I um ready to buy and Bell all kinds of Goods, Furniture, Cattle, Sheep, Horses, etc. Bales Tuesdays and Saturdays. FRANK J, WEBER,. Auctioneer. Prices to Suit the Times. J. O. BLAKE Manufacturer and Dealer In SADDLES i HARNESS LAS VEGAS, NKW MKXICO. Seuth Side of Plaza, Carriage Trimming Dune to Order . F. I. HOOPER, Prop'r (Successor to H. E. Fraley.) Will keep constantly on hund Beef, Mutton, Pork, Sausage and Bologna, nlso Fresh Butter and Efrgs. Railroad trade solicited. Meat de livered to any part of the city. For Salo or Hen I. Restaurant fixtures, completo, for $400, tho building for rent at $50 per month, or both for rent at $75 per month. This is tho best locu tion for a restaurant in tho city und is now doing a fino business. Inquire of Calvin Fisk, real estate agent, Optic Block, East Los Vegas. MHMf Eagle Saw Mills AND LUMBER W1RI) BY T. Romero & Son. CLeave your orders at the store of"vS T. Romero & Son. Las Vecas. New M ex lev NEW HACK LINE to TIXES HOT SX'Xl.ITXrOS I heroby announce to tho public that I imvo established a new hack line to tho Springs. Moderate charges and careful drivers. Oniers left at Talliot's liyery stable will bo promptly attended to. WILL FEKIWO 1 Olí. J". J". KELLY, Successor to Blake & Kelly) Manurnetnrer and Ipalr In SADDLES & HARNESS Carriag Trimming to Order. On Front Street. NEW ALBUQUERQUE, N. 31. WHITES 99 A HALL. X0 W u ySTREET. C0.il SON ITnTTl nuuM W MARKET O R. BROWNING EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M.. Real Estate and Insurance Agent KKPKESENT3 The Oldest, the Largest, the Best Imsurance Co's. tOi-gnn-i I iacd. i Name of Company. 1S43 iMutuul Life.. 1h. Li verpool. London and Globe 1S53 Homo Firo Insuninco Company. 1720 London Assurance Corporation.. 151 I'hu-nix Is-iH Qiieen 1H41I !Springttold F. M Istll Commercial Union 17W4 Insurance Co. of North America. 1ST Lion K.'5 Pennsylvania 175 Firo Insurance. Association 1W North British & Mercantile 1S7S 'Hamburg-Magdeburg IXTSTJ RAITCE IS Successor to Tlevbert & Co. DEALER IN Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours, l)ty and Xt'yht. LOOI5HART BLOCK:, EAST IiASVEOAS DUNLAP & WINTERS, Successors to Herbert Co. DEALERS IN Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Míeles and Perfumery Prescriptions!Carefully Compounded. Northwest Corner of IT IS NO USE TO SEND EAST FOR FINE: G-OODS, AS H. ROMERO & BRO. HAVE JUST KRCEIVED A VERV FINE STOCK OF U Cl K B H :i -INCLUDING - Brocade Silks, Velvets, Satins, Tassels, Cassimeres (Of All Colore) Fine Washington Cloth; Momie cloth, Silk Bunting. (Of all color?.) Also a full line of Ladies' French Kid Shoes AND Xiaaie' 371:0. CARPET DEPARTMENT! Our Carpet Department is oompleto in rhe inspection of our stock. I Respect folly Be Leave to Inform You that . Tbe Celebrated. Bortree I a: .T.4 In stock nnd trust j-ou will sail and inspect tlic assortment wc have just opened!. M. Romero, Las Vegas, N. M. EAST LAS VEGAS NEW MEXICO Geo Sumnerj 3Ei?oj39i? This house is brau-new and lias been elegantly famished throughout. The Sumner Is a lira class house in every respect, uud guests v ill be entertained in the best possible, niauucr and a reasonable rates. GrKAKD Y IE W HOTEL LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. XXR,- J". HI. SUTZFIIN", PBOP'R BTlie fiest, Accommodations that can be Found in the Territory ....9 RATES Per day, $2.00; per week, $7.00 to $9.00 TO AND FROM Wagner's Hotel 'Theodore Wuguor has opened up his hand Mnno residence as a HOTEL, whero tho public and transient guests will find tho very best ac commodations. A quiet and comfortable home for guests. A First-Class Saloon in connection, provided with tho best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Call at Wajfiier's. Lime for Sale. In any quantity desired. Address, Z. 8. I.OXOKliVAV, i-22tf. Watrons, N. SI. Roberts & Wheelock PRACTICAL Ro ülers, Plumbers, AND JOB WORK A SPECIALTY. tira itt Avenue, opposite Lockhart A Co., Eáí La Vega. Assets. New York lil.eO.7NI 02 London A Liverpool ill.iKVIHI 05 'New York b.khb,02 ir." London I 15.sni.111 m Hartford 3.217.11 (Liverpool 4.S2I.237 Utt Spaiugileld, Mass... 2.I2S,2 HI London fl,e!H..V. I 24 l'hiladelphia :. T.HH5..W l London 1,3411.141 14 I'hiladelhn'a 2.l3l.n:w 17 London 1.:l,7s2 01 London ,2tH..V.9 21 Hamburg, Germany SS7,N)3 14 $1SS,T7.65 4 PBOTECTION. Articles and Perfumery, I the Plaza, Las Vegas.. Bonnets.- lateHt and most beautiful designs, We invííe I Have a Full Line of Location. Jcij ustable ORSETS ALL TRAINS. FAMILY VEGETABLES I; OXLY THE MOST Improved Varieties T CUCUMBERS, Fresh for Table Use or fot Pickles, wholesale and retail. Get Your VejetaMes Nice and Freslii aroiim uve ii lor AT WKGNER'B PLACE. A. 0. BOBBINS DEALER IN FURNITURE AND queensware: UNDHUTAKINO ORDERS PROMPT LY ATTENDED TO. Near the Bridge, West Las Vegar 1 HOUSE i '