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LAS VEGAS DAILY GAZETTE
SATURDAY ORNING, XOVEIBER 2G, 1881. no: lio. VOL. 3. BROWNE & MANZANARES LAS VEGAS AMI ra R o o O R O I rk FLO 1VS, AGRICULTURAL 1. 11 ILE.MEX 7 S, $a Spcci-al attention ghpn to buj i in; ami se? ting Wool, Hides, The Largest Clothing House IN THE TERRITORY, SELLING AT THE LOWEST PI'ICES AND KEEPING THE FIN.EST ASSORTMENT -IS Ha mm mm k mi mrm mu tu mu ra ra ta ttu en kh do rs t-i ei a c u rw iuüiuii uiuuiifliiBg hbuuuu AVE RECOGNIZE AND PROPOSE TO LEAD THE SEASON IN LOW SEEING- X3 GOHN HAIXjH.OA.XJ MANUFACTURER OK IPS? All Kinds Bed Springs of all Kinds, Pillows of all Kinds, Window Curtains of all Kinds, Wholesale and Retail. East Las Vegas, 3d Door West of St. Nicholas Hotel -THAT UVE. ID. ZMZA-ZELOTTS' (KXTKK ST15KK , is 'lie Aí-St-1'í i?!!;! you ccinprolion-l Unit lit M . I). Marcus, HEAVY FALL AND WINTER no Yur BELIEVE That right hero is the place wfaciv you can buy just what, yon want for less money tliiin yon pnv for inferior goods elsewhere ? We are prepared to PROVE. Permit us to Fhow our Goods ii nil Prices, lie also keep the J. urgent Stock of Groceries WHOLESALE and RETAIL. Callón LOOKHART d& Las Vegas, New Mexico. ' Wholesale and Retail Dewier in iiJh Qncoiiswaro, STOVES & Keep the liuxcst stock of Lumber, Sash, Doorn, FRANK Merchant Tailor. Lurtfest mid best stock of piece ijoods acd li iinminifs in tho Territory. Satisfaction (fuuranteed. TVTorfh sirio IPlnwn, Xotirc to ItPliii(iifiiti. Those parties who have failed to pay their taxes are hereby warned that, un less the same are paid by the first day of January, 1S82 tluir names as delin quents will bo handed to tho attorney general of the Territory, who will then at once proceed according to law. This is tho last notice that will be given from this office, and shou d be heeded. 1IilaiiioHomf.ro, Sheriff Sau Miguel County. N M. Las Vegas, Nov. 1.1th. ll-20-2w. TeleplionoH for UrMislrnrrw Telephone will bp plneed In private hoiiHcH Ht the rate of per minimi. Application can be made at the Sun Mi'mud National Hank. JO-artf A. U. HOOU, Malinger. ra es Pelts, Ktc, both here und Eastern .Markets. In the THE - OH flTrT 2333XJ.ZHS"VX3MCS - ! -7-333W023. AT- Neatest, im nt of Nicest niiil Cheapest Centra Street, is n perfect collection of SUITS AND OVERCOATS. Street, FURNITURE Illlncls, Pnlnts, Oils mul Glass in the Territory. I THOMAS H. CONKLIN THE PIONEElt Real Estate and Insurance Ascent AT b Olllee In Stanton's UnlMing, flrHt floor, Sun Antonio Street. CnpitullNtH, Speculator, do not fnlltovlHlt El Paso, Inevitably die futuro (frent city of tho Weat, sec Its Improvements, ItH ru'lmwK pros perity of ft laisiiipsrt men, the rich Milley land HiirroniidiiiK it, lt jrrcut natural advmi tiitft s and prospectivo relations to Mexico, ntnl jndKO the Hituatlon and its prospect foryonr Hclves. Call lit my oiiicn foi tiny information you desire, or to buy nrorerf of nny description. PRICES Bloch feSfill Cg-' WMO-WWrlW HEWS Bí TELEGRAPH Important Work Cuntrmplalfd on Ihe Atlantic & Pacific. Construction Ordered From Yiuifii, rtian Territory, Westward. In- A Foot-Pad (Jets Ten Lashes on the Hare Hack, at Socorro. A Sliorl Letter From tlio Avengers League In Ohio. Guiteau Makes a Statement to the Judge and Jury. Jones Indicted for Assault With Intent to Kill (iiiitcaii. Frank Coan Fatally Shoots From Texas. a Cowboy Colonel Rockwell in Charge of (JarlleltTs Literary Estate. Execution of Henry Johnson at Siunpter, South Carolina. Gnitenn'M Trial. Washington, Nov. 25. The criminal court was crowded this morning mostly with ladies mostly representing fash ionable circles. Scoville stated that Guiteau desired to make a statement. No objection being made Guiteau read from manuscript substantially as fol lows: I propose to stale ail of the facts of the case to the court and jury and to do this 1 have been forced to in terrupt Hie. counsel and witnesses who were mistaken as to supposed facts. I meant no discourtesy to them or any one and the fact is in my career bear in"; on the question, who fired the shot, the Deity or myself is of vital import ance in the case and I propuse for it to go to the jury so that my personal, po litical and theological record may be developed. I am glad your honor' and the opposing counsel are disposed to give historical review to my life, and I ask the press and public to do likewise. All f want is absolute justice and I shall not permit any crooked work. 1 have no idea my counsel want crooked work. They are often mistaken on supposed facts and I shall have to cor rect them. Last spring certain news papers in New York and Washington were bitterly denouncing the President for breaking up the Republican parly by improper appointments. 1 would like those newspapers to reprint those editorials and see how they would look and sound. In attempting to remove the President 1 only did what the pa pers said ought to ue Hone. 1 want the newspapers and doctors (who actually killed the President) to share with. me the odium of his death. I never would have shot him notwithstanding the newspapers, if I had not been commissioned by Deily to do the deed, but this fact don't relieve the newspapers. If he had been prop erly treated he would havo been alive to-'day. It has been published that I am in fear of death. It is false. I have always been a religious man, and an active worker for God. Som.e pceole think I am a murderer. The Lord does not, for he inspired the act as in the case of Abraham and a score of other cases in the Bible. The assault made on me Saturday last by a crank has been condemned by the press. The eyes of the civilized world are watching.and it behooves this court and metropolitan police to protect me at all hazards. 1 hereby warn all cranks of high or low degree, to keep away from me under penalty of instant death. 1 would have been shot déad Saturday but for the rearing of the liorses. The horses shook the van so that he lo.-it his aim, and though the van pursued him lie temporarily escaped. I waste my ar gument on cranks All they can see in this case is a policeman's revolver. Again 1 say if they value their lives they must keep away from nie. I de sire this court and jury to dispose of the case on the facts and law, and leave all responsibility about ilto the verdict. E. o. Fuss Teslilied as to the scene at the depot and to the shooting. There were sev eral sharp words passed between Sco ville and the counsel for the prosecu tion during the questioning of this wit ness. CHA ULES II. IíEED, of Chicago detailed several incidents in (uiteau'scarcer as a lawyer at Chicago. The witness was prosecuting Attorney for twelve years and met Guiteau fre quently but his relations with him were never intimate. He had loaned him money which is due, but still always regarded him as a very earnest, sincere man, nut unuaianceti. lie never saw any indications of violence; he always deemed him a harmless man until recently. Scoville then referred to his previous demands, for certain printed newspaper sups wnicn were tasen irom tne prison er at the time of his arrest. Colloquy then ensued between the counsel in which considerable feeling was shown upon both sides. Scoville protested against tne course oi tlio district At torney in tho matter, and the latter contemptuously retorted from his seat: "Oh, stuff: stuff. All stuff." The controversy was settled and Scoville called, JOHX O. LOGAN, for the defense. The witness, did not respond, however. Guiteau who seemed greatly excited, here broke in and shouted: "'There is another matter I want to sneak about Right now 1 understand my divorced wife to be brought here as witness against me. If so there will be trouble Site was a poor unfortunate thing and 1 never should have married her, but if she comes in here to testify against mo and do any harm I will rip up her wnoie recoru. one was seduced in Philadelphia and had a child before 1 married her. With great difficulty Scoville, after some time, quieted him. Two other witnesses were called but failed to answer. JOS. B. SMITH, of Ffceport, 111., testified as to his ac quaintanco with Guiteau. The witness saw Guiteau here several times last spring. frequent references were made during tho conversations to the office Guiteau was expecting to have. 1 he witness had told Guiteau that ho had no show for the Pans Consulship, and he would help him get a clerkship on some minor position where there was little responsibility attaching, but Guiteau became very indignant and said, "You watch vour papers for the next three or four Jays and you will sec an announcement of my appointment to tlte Paris Consulship." 'Ihe witness visited Guiteau a few days since in jail and asked him why he killed the Presi dent. The prisoner was lying down on his couch and arose excitedly and be gan a rambling speech, saying, "I didn't do it. Tho Lord did it. I was only the Lord's instrument in removing the President.'' At times the prisoner would show great excitement, striking his list against the wall with consider able violence, then he would relapse in to a perfectly quiet state, speaking almost in a whisper. Tho witness re ceived the impression that Guiteau was unsound in mind. Being pressed for a more direct answer he replied that he had no doubt of it. Upon cross-examin-tion the witness stated that the last time he saw Guiteau was on the Tuesday evening before the assassination of the President. Guiteau took exception to the date and insisted that ho did not see the witness for a month previous to July 1st. The wit ness was sure of the correctness of his statement as he went directly to Sara toga and heard there of the shooting of the President. Guiteau then shouted, "I say it was the first of May. I don't forget any thing with my brain. When anything gefs in there it sticks." . The witness resumed when Guiteau broke in again, contradicting liim. He was cautioned to keep quiet, but re torted, "We want facts for the jury and nothing else. 1 claim my act was in spired by Deity. 1 stake my case on that position arid I'll take my chances on the result. The prisoner continued to interrupt, making rambling remarks until Judge Cox quite sharply threatened to gag him if he did riot keep quiet, but Guiteau still continued to interpose ob jections; but in a less objectionable manner and gradually subsided alto gether. The court impatient with tiie prison er's constant interruptions. Court in a stern and determined man ner "if there's no other way of pre venting those interruptions you will have to be" "Well," began the prisoner. "Keep your mouth shut," thundered the judge, and don't interrupt me again during this trial. " I do not desire to, but if the trial cannot go on without re sorting to gagging, it will have tobe done.' Even this threat, though it had mentary effect on the prisoner, not pntirnlv rp.niv'HS liim mul lm x mo could denied the conversation as dotailoif by again rnc witness, who was a very good fel low, " but wrong, wrong there. I am going to have facts in this case, he con tinued, and nothing but facts." 1 want the judge and jury to decide upon facts and nothing else. "The witness is en tirely erroneous in his memory." Davidge " Did Guiteau say you would see his name in the newspapers in a few days as Consul to Paris, or that ne would make a tuss ' " Answer "He said, 'if I do not get it.' " reflecting, "I will iind his exact language." Prisoner, interrupting ' "It's abso lutely false. I never said any such thing, that has nothing at all to do with my intending to remove the President. Irestthedeien.se entirely on the inspi ration which came from the Deity for that accident and I will take my cnances on trie result. I do not want any lying or nonsense in this business and 1 will not have it." Davidge, to witness "Go on." Witness "He said in connection with the administration, if he did not get the Paris Counsulate, he would cither make a fuss about it or would do something about it in the newspapers." t'risoner "l never said anvthiuo- of the kind, that is the result of j our own immagination. It's not true. You are a good fellow and I think a eood deal ot you, but you are mistaken in your tacts." Alter a pause. "1 was not in the habit of telling my business in that kind ot way to anybody." uavidgc lurtlier inquired about the prisoner appearing to detend criminal cases in Chicago, and witness said he could not tell how many cases lm hail appeared in. Prisoner "that's another thing. 1 never had a criminal case in Chicago." Davidge came back to tho prisoners statement of his pamphlet on Christ's second com ing was as much inspired as the New Testament. "I claimed it then " Prisoner "And I claim it now, just as much inspired as the Old Testament or new either." Davidge to witness "You said something of your translating the Greek Testament?" Witness "I said Guiteau said he had seen something which I had written in the Chicago Tribune about the transla tion of the New Testament." Prisoner "that s true. I did something of that kind." say After recess Scoville asked for an at tachment against Emery A. Storrs. lie understoed Storrs had been served with a subpoena, but positively refused to come. As there might be some doubt whether the subpoena had been actual ly served he would postpone his appli cation for the present. The prisoner in this connection expressed a hope that Storrs would not be attached unless absolutely necessary becauso he was a very nice fellow. 11. M. AMERLING, A lawyer in Williamsnort. Pennsj- vania, who formerly lived in Freeport. Illinois, testified as the peculiarities of Guiteau. In the cross examination this witness was very amusing, he being rather prosy and desiring to explain his answers. Davidge questioned the witness searchingly in regard to the letter which his son, at his request had writ ten to Freeport, to Mr. Oiler, niakino inquiries as to the strange action of f. W. Guiteau. The witness replied that he had told his son to write such letters, not out of any love for Chas. J. Guiteau but out respect for the family. "I loved J. W. Guiteau, Raid ho dramaticaly "as I did my own brother." "You' v been consulting the counsel in this case?" "I gave Scoville all the assistance I could. I prepared a brief on the question of insanity, and I don't want to disguise nothing. I assisted Scoville in every way, manner and form, in the case. I have no love for the prisoner, because, as I say to you, I thought it was a terrible wrong in shoot ing the President and I think so to day.1' The witness said he had no acquaint ance with the prisoner then, but subse quently had. " The prisoner had made a threat against him." Prisoner "I neycr saw you before in my life." l'hen Scoville questioned the witness as to threats. "Well," began the witness, "we had a lyceum in Frccport and we had a de bate on the question of National UoniU. I cannot tix the time." Prisoner"! have not been in Free port for twenty years. It must have been when I was a boy." Witness "I was not talking to you, sir." Prisoner "Hut I warfralkingtoyou." Witness "You are not fit to talk to.', Witness said at the debate there w as Collin and Guiteau on one side and himself ane Dexter on tho other. He said a good deal and wound up the de bate by saying the old gentleman was best qiialilied to iiil the a position with an apron from his chin to his toes with a knife in his hand in a kitchen. One idea was of the community peeling po tatoes. The whole court room was con yulscd with the grave manner of the witness and evidently enjoyed the way in which he pitched into the old gentle man. The prisoner altcrwards said the witness ought to have been killed for agrarating the old man, Guiteau' s father, but that God had de creed otherwise. The witness told Guiteau's father of this and the father said not to mind what Guiteau said. This conversation took place in Chicago. Adjourned. Only Tn Ialiex. Special to the Gazette : Socorro, Nov. 23. One of twe foot pads, who straggled into town to-day and made several bad breaks, such as holding up and robbing, was treated to-night to ten lashes on the bare back, by the order of a committee and ordered to leave immediately.which he did not hesitate upon doing. His partner escaped the matinee by taking French leave of the officers. Such per sons will soon learn that Socorro is an unhealthy place to work in. Fore inn Aftutrs. LIBERALS GAIX A SEAT. Cork, Nov. 23. In the municipal el ection to-day the Land League can didate was defeated in four of six con tested wards. The liberals gained one seat. A STORM. London. Nor. 23. A storm has been raging since Tuesday with terrific vio lence, at Stornamy. The sea broke over and invaded the streets. Eight fishing boats have been destroyed. The Anligiour Hotel at Fort William, was tlooded by the sea and three or four feel of gravel left in the room. The Pier is much damaged at Mack pool, and the sea swept through the windows into many houses and cabs were blown over. The sea, rushed down the streets, on a thoroughfare being under six feet of water. In Ireland the gale was very severe. At Port Adown the roofs of houses were carried across several streets. At Sligo a.sehooner was blown ashore and the bridge partially des troyed. At Dorry Head. Queens county, Martin Moran was killed by a house being blown down. Part of the roof of railway terminus building, at Limerick, was carried away. Similar reports are received from the new railway at Lurgan, and elsewhere. At Dublin the storm was the severest known for many years and at Spidda!, County Galway, it was the worst experienced for half a century. Shipping on the coast suffered terribly, in addition to the loss of the ship Cul zean and a crew of twenty-one. The T. Parris foundered and three seamen were drowned. The bark Barbara, from Itanglon for Liverpool, was wreck ed in the west bay of Pcmberokeshire. All the hands were saved except the captain. A brigantine was seen about a mile and a quarter outside of Androu sa battling with tho gale on Wednesday but she foundered, and her crew, seven or eight in number, were lost. Her Majesty's ship Spiegel put into Queens town greatly damaged. BOVl AXI) JIAXLAN. London, November 23. Oarsman Boyd has accepted the challenge of Hanlan to row a race over the Thames championship course for the Thames championship and stake of from t'23 to l,O0Oaside. ; Myelins of V.ie Jíew MiU'U. Kx haiige New York, Nov. 23. The projectors of the new stock exchange held another meeting to-day at the office of Jay Gould. The persons present included Gould, Russet Sage, C. P. Huntington, Sidney Dillon anil others. W. II. van derbilt reported that they had decided to nx tne price ot snares in the new stock exchange at $3,000 each, although Gould favored making it $10,000. He also said all the share were already en gaged, and that rooms in the United Bank Building, on Broadway and Wall street had been applied for as tempo rary quarters for the exchange until a building could be erected. A reporter learned that a committee had been ap pointed to negotiate with the owners of the land on which it is proposed to erect the new building. The ground is owned by the Manhatton Elevated Rail way company. No permanent organi zation was effected, as two different charters have been offered for saie and the persons interested have not decided whether to buy out these or form a new company. Charge AsUort to lio Given to the Jury Chicago, Nov. 25. The Tribune's Washington special says the counsel for the Goveri.ment will ask the Judge to charge the jOry, among other things, that the law as to tho defense of insan ity on criminal trials is as follows: When the prisoner at the time of com mitting an offense is in such a state of mind as to know the act is unlawful, and morally wrong, he is responsible. The law does not recognize any form of insanity iu which capacity the distin guishing of right and wrong exists without the power of choosing between them. That species which is induced by passion, unless settled down into a stale of total derangement, does not excuse the committer of crime to be acquitcd on the ground of insanity. It is not enough that thero be doubt as to the prisoner's sanitjr. His insanity must, be established. To establish the defense of insanity it must be shown that the prisoner at the time of com mitting the crime was so far deprived of reason as to destroy consciousness of distinction between right and wrong. ' A Cowboy Nhot. The Leader's special from Sidney, Nebraska says: Hank Coan, a cowboy fatally shot an unknown cowboy from Texas Thanksgiving night, while in a saloon. There is no provocation for the act known. It was cool and de liberate. Three wounds were produ ced. Tho victim will die and being insensible his name has not been learn ed. Coan escaped but is pursued by a large party. A Leltrr from the Aenrr.' Lrnga. Chicago, November 25. Iu reference to the act charged against Marshall Henry, yesterday, was received the fol lowing : "Dear Sue: The last attempt on our friend Guiteau failed. My comrade missed his calculation a little. My ef fort comes next, and it cannot fail. My object in writing is this : We don't want to hurt any one but the miserable assas sin, and we don't want to hurt a hair of any one else. Mr. hdcliu and others must not display so much zeal in t lie fu ture or they will get hurt. Iliad great difficulty in keeping my squad from slkooting Edelin and his driver last Sat urday as they were pursuing my com rade. Had they shot him, neither Ed elin nor the driver nor tiny of the crowd would have reached the jail alive. A little less zeal on their part would be better for them. Don t bother that drunken farmer, he is not the man you Want. Our man is in Ohio. Signed, your friend, Old Forty-Second Ohio, Avengers' Leagi e." Railway Ioiitr. New York, Nov. 25. The Atlantic & Pacific Railway, at a meeting of the directors held here, resolved on the construction of tho most practicable of all the routes of that road situated be tween San Francisco and tho Colorado River, to be prosecuted vigorously un til the whole line from the Kio Grande to the Pacific were in perfect shape. The financial plan, previously ap proved by the A. T. & S. F Railway and the St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad for the prosecution of this work and the resumption of work on the central division was approved and orders criven to carry out the same. Purchases of rails and ties for the Cali fornia division were reported and ad ditional expenditures autherixil. The location of sixty-three miles of the cen tral division west from V inita was approved and construction authorized. lionrrt er IlcaltU. New York, Nov. 23. Doctor Jones of the Board of Health says of the cholera and plague reported raging in parts of the OldWorld: I do not think there is reason for fear of any plague here. The National Board of Health has known for some time that cholera ivas raging in many places of Europe and Asia, and made arrangements with the health authorities of other nations to prevent the spread. What they will do about tiiis disease, the Bubonic Plague, which I judge resembles the black death, of middle ages, I do not know, but they will undoubtedly act as promptly as they have heretofore as soon as the nature of this plague is more definitely known. Mm. Lincoln Sot in Wtiuf. Chicago. Nov. 25. So far from Mrs. Abraham Lincoln being short of funds as alleged iu recent New York dispatches, her friends iu Springfield say she has had an income of ,000, arising from her pension of 3,000 per year and from the interest of 00,000 in Government bonds and other private sources. Since she came back from Europe, a year and a half ago, she has saved $5,000 from her income. Siunlfre.'i .v Sfogrots. Raleigh, N. C, Nov. 25. Thomas M. Lynch an old and respected citizen being missed from home, his sons found his body with his head crushed in, lying on' the road and under a bridge near by. Two negroes were also found dividing the money and property taken from the murdered man. The negroes are iu jail. The people are greatly incensed. Rockwell In Chart;. . Cleveland, November 25. Mrs. Gar field has placed her late husband's lit erary estate in the hands of Col. Rock well. Gen. Swain has been appointed his administrator's attorney. Mrs. Gar field is overwhelmed with the begging of letters, many of them are absolutely shameless and impertinent. Mrikci-M Threaten Violence. Belleville, 111., November 25. There is a good deal of feeling hero among Ihe strikers who threaten violence to tlio workmen at the Birklcr mini;. This morning some fifty strikers with drawn revolvers, who menaced the work force, were dispersed by the police. TSif CiEni'in I'r.ilcd. Sumpter, S. C, Nov. 25. Henry Johnson was hung to-day for the mur der of John Davis. The execution was private. He had made a full confes sion during tho trial and says a con jurer had given him a charm to shoot Davis, win his wife and avoid the pen alty, lie only succeeded in winning the wife the other charms failing him. ttokbery mI Murder. Thoinasville, Ga., Nov. 25. The wife find three year old daughter of Mr. Clenis were murdered on Thanksgiving day and the house robbed during the absence of Mr. Clenis. Clenis is a well to do farmer. Jiiiriieil. Village Grove, Col., November 25. The Bonanza Enterprise ollico burned last night. It is supposed to be the work of an incendiary. Ornnil Jury Intllrtw Jone . Washington, Nov. 23. The Grand Jury indicted Jones intent to kill Guiteau. for assault with Go to the Oyster Bay Restaurant for a good square meal. Open day and nig't.' " ll-20-2t Go to Kollock & Cooper's f o r f r e s h dressed turkeys at 15c. iine tabic but- ter, 5 c. Dressed chicken, 14c. Corner (Hh street and Grand avenue. ll-2G-2t. Novelties in cloaks, dolmens, jack ets and ulsters at Stern's. Thanksgiving IHniu r. For a good one go to the Dclnionico Restaurant, East Side, oysters, fish, turkey, wild goose, teal and canvass back duck, partridges, quail, and prai rie chicken, with side dishes. Menletl PraposaU "Will be received ut tho ollico of Churlos Wheelock, architect, 1111 to Tuesday evening. November stttb, for plastering tho Lus Vegas academy. Tho right is reserved to reject any or till bids. IKH-td J. J. FIT2ÜERRELL, THE LIVE REAL ESTATE MAN Las Vegas, N. M. J. J. Fltztrorrell, the live real etate man, has for ule large number of fino bimiuc und desirabh) residence lots In different parti of tho new and old portions of tho city. I'ar tica Mcckintf Investments in reul estate. bui-ne-8 chances, business and dwelling houses, should call on Fitzirorrcil; ho can Hcooinuin dat them. A nitre i nance : 81.O00 doñeo 01 ií d UOLLAllS will b A Rare Chance: six choice resl ots. á í DOLLARS will buy n house and t J J IWOJiOtS. 4)fl"v DOLLARS will buy a choice resl- sZiJJ dence Lot. , t ( (( DOLLARS will buy one of tho 1 KJVjyJ best Business Lots on Hnilroud Avenue. O DOLLARS a month for ciffht months jZá J will nay for a choleo residence Lot in Orteya's Addition. HUNDRED DOLLARS will buy three O room HoiiKO with Lot near tho Depot. Ji1 ff"lwi" a I,lco two-room house ÍDt:OU with kitchen. This is a burtrain. yn 1 rrvwi11 kuy two houses with three pCiJJ lots, fronting tho Park. A great buivnin. Kentlnir for :H.0U a month A HARE CHANCE. Will sell a valuubloin .V torcst in White Oaks mines and mill ma chinery at a great bargain on account of sick ness. Inquire of J. J. r'itzgcrrell tho live real estate man. 0- t) PA Will buy an elegant four room tJLOV' house in lino order, renting for í:ü per month. Will buy four residence lots. !( Will buy a nice residence on Main JpUuU Street renting for $14 a month. O -i QAfV Will buy a good hotel on Rall tJlOvU road Avenue renting at $50 per month. OnnWilllluy one of tho best bust 51jvv uesft house and two lots on DTniglus St. m ELEVEN DOLLARS a month for Twelve Months will pav for a choleo Lot. 'iXAMONTHLY PAYMENTS. $230 will ip'JObuy a one room house with n splendid lot centrally located. Enquiro .1. J. FlTZOF.HUKLI., The live real estate ugenl. LEASE -Four lotsijn Douglass and J.V Li ilncoiii Avenues. 4fff DOLLARS will buy a fine A. J J stock dairy and farming ranch near the city. -i pr f( DOLLARS will buy a splendid luUv' new residence, six rooms, two lots fronting on Maine Street. Rents for $H) per month. Opr-"! Dollars will buy ono of the itJvW best shingle mills in tho terri tory, together with 3,UflO acres of tine land. For a shinglo mill man who understands the business this is a fortune. rjf ( ( ( Dollars will bur one of I J J JJ the largest and best ap pointed stock ranges in tho territory; a splen did residence: eight miles of riverfront: nu merous lakes and springs; well watered and well sheltered; all under fence; making oneof the best stock ranges in tho world, (j rant title perfect. ARARE BARGAIN-$1,H00 will buy 3 lots and three houses centrally located, rent -ing for Í18 per month, ata bargain. 1HAVE Font LOTS left in Martinez addi tion near the railroad depot. Will close them out at a bargain. Will buy two lots on Zion Hill, tjyJyj A splendid bargain. I'll Desirable residence lots In tho Bucmt J Vista Town Co. addition for sale. Q1 pT will buy a good new three room ijrttJ V house and two lots near the rail road depot and round house. nnn Hen1 f Bhp f,,r sii, 4 J J J Wethers, ewes and lambs. '-íPL WJLr' 1UY A GOOD FOUR fpOáÚO ROOM HOUSE near the Machine Snops. A bargain. d6 Will buy ono of tho best bnsi- ipLé'JJJ nesa houses In the city, rent ing ut $1,0U0 a year. 1 al-o have for salo several fino stock ranches in the different portions of tho Territory. FOll KENT. A number of desirable husiness houses on the different business streets of the city, also offices, restaurants and dwellings. If you wnnt to rent property cull. Remember that the best business chances are aiways to be had by calling on J. J. FmOKHKKLL The live reul estate agent, office on (írand uvenue. CATTLE. 2.000 head of best improved cattle for sale. For particulars enquiro of J. J. FITZGER REL, tho live real estate agent. ll-8tf Wanted-For Sale-For Rent-Lost. WANTED. A gojd cook at tho Michigan House, opposite depot. "IIXANTED. A good messenger boy, En TV quire at telegraph office, over tho post ónico. ll-SMt VI 7" ANTED. A situation by n practical en V ginecrtind machinist with good refer ences. Address S. Jtartél. Ví! Magno Street, Kansas City, Mo. r ANTED A position as housekeeper in V some private family. Inquire at this of fice or of Mrs. Ella I'orrv at Springer, N. M. 11-10-iw Í.TOIÍ SALE A lot of good horses and mu leu. For particulars call at the Exchange cor ral, west of the plana. ll-KMf WANTED Everybody who likes a good meal, and a good bed to sleep in, to eome to the National Hotel, South Side I'lazit ll-imf "I f ANTED. Hoarders, ut tho Oyster Hnv II restaurant. Center street, East Lhs Vegas, at Í4.W per week. WANTED. To buy and sell second hand goods. Will buy anil sell at reasonable rates. Money advanced on goods ut a reuson rate, J also make f urntturo rcpuirinf n speci alty. Neil Colgan, first building east of the bridge. WANTED. Jf you want a No. 1 Husk Mat tress, goto AREVS, third door west of St. Nicholas Hotel. lo-Si 'f "II 7" ANTED .A gentleman wishes n single shed. Preferably with T T room, furnished, spectable family, where he can have break fast East Side. A pply at Mr. Drowning" of fice. IOIt SALE. Nativo shingles can bo found J at Mr. nianehttrd' store, on the plaza, ni. wholesale prices. 10-4-tmt ERIXO ilL'CKS-lin for sale chwuV.-Apl ill pl.v to myth Hrothers & Co.. (Hen Mom ñauen, natrons. 10-1-tf I?.OR SALE. Canary birds, singly or In pairs i: Apply to Mrs. i'otter on the street hack of tlio National Hotel. li-aa-tr ,OR SALE-WOO cedar posts". ""Aunly to OKOituii Ross, or tit Loekhart's store. 10-2-rf. FOR RENT. Uaca Hull, for balls, parties, entertainments, lectures, etc. For terms apply to Will C Burton, Agent and Manager. D1SSOM TION NOTICE J 1 Notice is hereby given that the partnsrshlp heretofore existing between F. W. Potter, Al bert C. Rupe and Frank W. Castle, under the name and stylo of F. W. Potter & Co., doing business in New Mexico, Is this tho lüth day of November, 1HS1, dissolved by limitation. F.W.POTTER, A.C. RUPK, F. W. CASTLE. -Las Vegas, N. M., Nov. 15, 18S1. Notice to Contractor. Sealed bid will bo received nt my ollico up to 7 o'clock p. in., Saturday, November 2fl. for tho construction of a ene-story mansard residence for Mr. Stoneroad. Plans ami specifications can be seen at my office. Right Is reserved to reject any orull Inda. CHAS. WHEELOCK, lo-ll-lut Architect. Blankets and wool en goods in great va riety at Chas. IlfekTs. Tlinnkffivin;r Dinner. For a good one, go to the Dclnionico Restaurant, East Side, oysters, fish, turkey, wild goose, teal and canvass back duck, partridges, quail, and prai rie chicken, with sale dishes. I) \n\n üftí&fftll PiílflililíF lililí Centre SOCORRO, X. M.