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n WEI N jí S I) AjfT $fo VM iyfR 30. 1881 . GAZETTE OLEAS I SUM. ,A ,t.MwDlKit.agajQ.t ..... .u. Disagreeable dust. , , U,, , Lt4aj' of the month. - December '... t-morrow. -.o. .... . nt &.,. Notice Hopper' Bros, "changed "ad" on first pajrc. I'd ánd for rent. ,n The rjjins of the fire smouldered un til noon yesterday. hap? ot dak in tlJaijÉl I IT HA lUC 1 -é The New York house now keeps open KTCtttfitrWlVFrM'.- Dufilap as clerk: í rj""QiIt')"a( iihmbe'rxjif lew (buildings are being erected on the Rosenwald addi- Mr. Senecal, with Chas. Blanchard, in just recovered 'frota a severe attack Mt:Mjmás úéñÁ ' s k-fit- , r td thej ;. r yw windows and Redisplay . Hbowi oii'i handsomely, í -i...;- j ;.,.t u r .i.it 1 fii Li'ii i ...'! J , A carload -of forty-five Schuttler wag ons was yétíedfty' received by one of i nn -i i our largest mercantile firms.n . i i!, w'.'.'.lir."McOunly,. formerly Xar-iterider at the St. Nicholas, now holds' Hie' same rt.luil position at tlm Occidental saJbon. i Borden & Ball, contractors and build, t ers, are erecting Athe addil jpnto the j lusapppta-Uie uerHlíínij. mm - í é fcl foVi? 'cimpany will soon have. heir' new. addition platted and ready to plaoe on the market. . .Resillar meetiñír " of A. F. &A. M. .f;UHÍ Hi..eTniri. jú'A)! Mflfppsmto; good standing cordially invitied to attend. t Twcñty recruits Went through on the Pacificexpress yesterday, on thejr way ' id fefl u p the "ranks of the Fourth cv? r' airy,.'.; i.."-.! ".' i.; i -i- ! " ' "Preparations are being' hiado by the Methodists for a grand entertianftient 1 J íl Í jt1eve;; to be gtfúní fcheiif church. Prof. Robertson yesterday moved from the house tioár tlie'! Presbyterian!,, church to L. P. Browne's house on ra?- r.iiM : Prepare for the holidays. If you have any entertainment in 'View for Christ: mas or New Years, it is. time to oom menee operations. , ,n Frank M. Gunby, Charleston, &. C, writes ua . making minute inquiries about the country." Hé inquires espe cially about stock ranches. 1 ' Superintendent' Baóth of thestreet railway was yesterday busily engaged in finishing the turntable at the end of i ., , the railway near, the deooU-,,-, n f 1 IMS', ' t ! .. - i ''''( ' t i u ' i J ' ' Quite, a , humbpr; fáp.úti icpthfoijs arc talking of attending the Feast of Guadalupe- át Paso dél" Norte next month. Round trip tickets only $36. , , '''I Messrs. Ward & Page were busily enw gag'd yesterdny m. rebuilding thojr car ' périter sliop wiioh.rJw8:;destrbwd by ' the'flre bit Mondáy eveming. ; I v I Newtpn Jackson, a gentleman of col or, was arraigned, before Judge Stek; yesteruay, anit lianaca over ten aoiiars '::) for the privilegb of bej ingydwórdJtly John Pnce, colored, stole a paij-j pí cuff buttous frotó Willis Hnntef about a month ago, and was yesterday tried before .Judge Steele and .fined ten data iars. - ' f. L! W. Pearce Kas opened out a car- . Renter and-trepair shop pn. Railroad avetiue, 'two" dooMseotth 'of tíouglaá. He has a sign "382,1' to attract attén- fíStedlie fHílÚlííWystem is being rapidly buried in the ground Tli'd Work1 ol)iiyjrfá"acrd8S the river and up Bridge street was almost com- dcr the linn name. of Bloomar & Wenk, have open d out a barber shop in Seb--'-I'Sen btf-W.,gon Cemtei;!ílÍ-ÍDt.1 former ly occupied as a shooting gallery. The election to fill the vacancy in the 1 Territoti rial tJtíuricil.'feííuscd tiy'ttíe deafh i. Baí-ela,"Wíll takc'pIácé'Tjiecem- 'of Hon, cryl'.ítl! ThJ yountj commissioners meet next Thursday at the court house kt(lec ms&áf elAlflonái Tishigh ifra insert a Gazette larsro advertisement in the to-nqrnyy,, ( rVH? BPAÜemcn intend to dó a large amount of cornice w rk and "' " take advantage of théf' colnmiis tjf the AZBtW'fcpp and '!'the 'peopie'.'of , tht? " jQritory. gejic'rally, of their capabilities. The Now Mexico Qd Illinois Mining company has filed articles of incorpo- ratio j -with thi Secretary of the Torri f lory" at" anta Fe. the tmrpaiiy owns a number of mines in Bernalillo coun t tyj, and the object of th organiiation ' is to devci op', Ickse arid 'sd 'these and other property, and to conduct a gen eral mining business in New Mexico. The capital Btoc is 1,500,000, divided ' into'ílO shares. I ' ' v . . . Wo wea pleased to . nieot. yeste rd ay Mr. E. S ;Beunett and A. W. Birkbeck ; ; of X)nver i-Theso gentlemen aro inter ested in the Dry Placer .Amalgamator-' - of Denver. "This is an apparatus made to' save gold by gravitation and ámal- i .;.. gamation.s lie eiaims for this machiné-5 thaf it'básTwcrf'HtíGrbnghly tested arid ' Wilr tr6alJó'ne thousand cubic yards of gravel per day at a cost of from five to ,te& fát&erttink ya'rluaing iRx min ers inches where water is scare or forty where it is abundant, saving every r grade sfrpm -puegets rdovnrjoj piit in jclHdihk ílíatíivljipislb fjnJfhU tnay 1 1 IbaÁisfctt foV brohfeikg.UltHsU eJmrileto machine, saves all the gold and is ope rated cheaply. Mr. Bennett proposes ' ' to blalri'grbiínd Ih the 'rich "placers yt New Mexico and introduce the ma- ; i. chine here. It is likely that large cap ital can be brought to the country i i. Hi rough .its iirtrOilnctiorv! should the 'pla'cei1 grounds prove frtíitftíl;' """í The lumbermen In the vicinity of Las Vegas have been making good use of the beautiful weather of the past few weeks. All the mills have been kept busy and yet the demand is not near supplied. People in the various town and young cities now growing up along the railroad have learned to look to this point as their principal source of lum ber both dressed and in the rough Thousands of feet aro being shipped south to build up the Territory and to supply a want that cannot be as cheap ly supplied 'from any other place. The only thing needed now for Las Ve gas is a railroad to tap the large forests north and northwest of here. These regions are capable of furnishing lum ber sufllcient for all building purposes for many years to come. The only question being is how to make it available. Maxwell Urant. -iThe application of Ü. P. McM ains, -aiking the Government to set asido the patent of May 19th, 1870, has been refus ed by the Attorney General. The agi taron of this matter has been closely watched by the people of the Territory as there are many large landed estates of a similar character in various por fciqijs of the Territory. The refusal to sustain this application virtually settles Jhe (question as to all lands covered by Government patents, for it is reasona ble, suppose that the facts upon which thisil application wa3 based, were as gooii as could bo obtained against any other gfant. However this may be, as to otlicrs, the present decision will set tle the question as to the validity of the Maxpl grant. , ' " - k' risk's Great Nouttiweftt Is out for December. It iá an unusu ally valuable number and has a half sheet supplement, the whole replete with well written and trustworthy ar ticles on New Mexico, its mineral ag ricultural and pastoral resources; on San Miguel county andjthe present and prospective prosperity of Las Vegas. The headlines alone would give tender feet the New Mexico fever. It is a eood Jáiof tjjjfen(tp your friends who think of emigrating .hither. Fisk will give a copy of as many copies as you may :3$a)i tyllingit his office. Call and get a paper and call at once. I until I G. W. Anderson, of Philadelphia, will lecture thW evening in the Baptist church, Isubjeet, "Lincoln and Gar field," or, '-From the Log Cabin to the Presidential Chair.'1 He and his wife came through from California by the Southern roota-.p-They walked across the Colorado deseri, a feat never be fore accomplished by a woman. The local papers in Arizona, where Mr. An derson has lectured, speak very rlatter inglyfl $-JMilit4$Ui this Held. The leelurWs-'frenndHitft are cordially in vited tfO be preseak-j jg i 'U. CI Í if! f-hc,n- i a.Ieiif át'j&ucíks wis driven down ust ihé odjqj? Jflstecday. It was as fine áílftrdbf Spafclshríerinol as is nsnal 1) sjBtuviu Hy oijntry nd strongly sug gested th! nmpbHancé' 6f raising this class of sheep in New Mexico. They ywere ligft, health, fellows and the chp.frofic snoep Is large and will demand the best prices n . jthe market. They eat no more than common sheep, are mtfuh. éasier ió Handle', ' not being inclined to roam about. In this kind of stock as , in all others, the better the !;so'ek'"the"áreÍtér ÜreTirófiÍs RAILWAY REVIEW. j? (iramg on uiue y jf. s j - :t Charles Dyer is confined to his room by illness. . u i, ,' The passenger list oik the Atlantic ex press yesieruay was ngnt. The directors of the' street railway company held a; regular meeting; last night'.' '" ' " " v " " - Dr. H. K. Palmer ia,s been appointed local surgeon for the A. T. ,S. F. rail way at Trinidad. 'Vbe.San,M,ignel County Faif'j.sscá tion held a meeting last night for th,o purpose -of 'tránsaoting regular busi ness ' Fred Johnston, a yard switchman here, left for the south yesterctay oh ae-' count of failing health.-' He will go as far as Deming, and perhaps; farther, -: z ' A dispatch was received last night from Conductor Billy' Lenard ' frota' Nick'erson,r Kansás; stating' that" he would reach Las Vegas with his wife on to-day's train. The Santa Fe Railroad Company has increased its capital stock to $30,000, it being alleged that the stock proyided for in the articles of incorporation was wholly insufficient for the requirements of the cencern. Proper papers have been filed to this effect. L. H. Maxwell, ' superintendent ' of construction of the Atchison, Topcka& Santa Fe railroad, with headquarters at Las Vegas, New Mexico, was in the city on Sunday accompanied by his wife, óñ their return from Portland, Indiana, his wife's foTme!" itiome? Mr.; Majswoll is one'bf the tnbst popular young" men in the railroad service in the west. K. C. Jndicatotii Tí W?. s S (ti ñ l j. ! -Ji. :h t " i-.?. -' tsriy . . a '! " The Daily News will soon enlarge to a five column paper. Arrangements have hcen, made with . the; 5 to com bine theVitwb puperiarid iii the future the Daily News will be a continuation of the, Sun, the .first paper ever' published , in Socorro. Daily News. The News is,displaying a. commenda ble amount of energy, and supplies a Jong felt want jo .daily journal in So tcSrro. Tnis .Tcityi;fftii .iWestern,. people are always anxious to keep up with the local topics of th dáy, let H cost what it may. , ... . . . v Hefnlilb s rowlng qtiftí ripiály át present. She has many resources, ag ricultural, horticultural, and "mineral, and it is only a question of a little time before she Will rank among the cities of the Territory. ' "r, ' P. Leon was much better yesterday. R. P. Letton, Raton, is registered at the Sumner. A. R. Block, Lincoln, Neb., is at the St. Nicholas. J. F. Dunlap, Kingman, is a guest at the St. Nicholas. Isaac Sandusky, Raton, registered at the St. Nick jesterday. Jim McMasters and John Coe got off for the Panhandle yesterday. The wind hurled the dust into the air yesterday in a rather old-fashioned way. Martin Hollinger, Terre Haute, Indi ana, came in yesterday and stopped at the Exchange. ' - - r - A. W. Birkbeck and Leaton Keith, Denver, arc in town, and hold forth at the St. Nicholas. Miss May Jennings arrived in the city yesterday to visit a few days with her sister, Miss Belle Jennings. F. May, Dodge City, Kansas and A. A. Throop, wife and child, Kansas City, are at the St. Nicholas. Judge Trumbull Hayden, a promi nent citizen of Phcnix, Arizona, went south yesterday on his way home. A telegram received yesterday states thatN. L. Rosenthal is in New York City. He will be home Sunday accom panied by his daughter Fannie who has been visiting in Chicago for the past four months. Mr. J..C. O. Morse, one of the gen tlemanly editors of the Golden Era ar rived from White Oaks yesterday. The Golden Era is doing good work in show ing up the merits of the camp and can always feel a just pride in its future. Mr. Chas. Stephenson, correspondent of the Eocky Mountain Mining Review, Denver, and of the Mining Chronicle, Silver City, is in town. He proposes to write Las Vegas up according to her merits, which of course will be away up. Rev. J. E. Cohenour, of Las Vegas, was on the train last night. He stopped at the Palace. Mr. Cohenour is the pastor of the Baptist Church in Las Vegas, and is in the city in the in terest of his church and for the par pose of organizing a Baptist congrega tion in Santa Fe and of building a church. Mr. Cohenour has a nourish ing congregation in Las Vegas, and will doubtless be able to start a large one here. New Mexican. The following are the newly appoint ed recruiting officers of the districts of New Mexico with their respective posts: Santa Fe, Second Lieutenant A. R. Faxton 15th Infantry; Fort Stanton, rirst Lieutenant H. G. Cavenaugh, 13th Infantry; Fort Craig, Captain J. T. Hashell, 23rd Infantry; Fort Bayard, First Lieutenant E. B.' Pratt, 23rd In fantry; Fort Wingate, First Lieutenant James Fornoce, Adjutant 13th Infantry; Fort Bliss, Tezas, First Lieutenant W. L. Clark, 23rd Infantry; Fort Lewis, Colorado, First Lieutenant G. H. Kin- zie, Adjutant 15th Infantry. We take pleasure in calling attention of the public to the large advertise ment of Payne & Bartlctt in another column. This firm has been gradually adding to their large slock of fine jew elry until it now ranks among the larg est and finest in the Territory. They have taken special pains to select a large assortment of goods for the holi days and propose to let the public know what they have for sale. Mr. Chamberlain, with F. Rutenbeck, the jeweler, is one of the finest engrav ers in the west. We were shown a gold watcn on wliicn he had engraved a monogram. It could not have been. done better in New York city or any where else. Mr. Rutenbeck takes great pride in the skill of his workman, and anyone who desires engraved work iujewelry, watches etc., cannot do bet ter than go to his store. nrqr j rT"g LS AND CKEAM Bread MORNING 'TV "V. AND EVE N I N G i. i -AT- ? 5' BELL & C0. T J 1 5 LBL AZ A , GROCERS Also can alwavs be obtained from our dc livery; , wagon, which makes two trips a uay iu an pans oi uoin lowns. Roí i ' 1.. calmfisr; REAL ESTATE and STOCK BROKER, NOTARY PUBLIC AND INSU RANCE AGENT, Office In Optic Block, EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. Offers for sale the following city lots: - Five lots in the Buena Vista addition for $40 each. 1 ive lots in the Buena Vista addition for $50 each. Six lots in the Buena Vista addition for $60 each. Six lots in the Buena Vista addition for $75 each. Three lets in the Buena Vista addi tion for $90 each. Three lots in the Buena Vista adcli-1 tion for $100 each. Six lots in the Buena Vista addition for $125 each. Four lots in the Buena Vista addition for 175 each. Four splendid corner lots in J . H. Phillips' subdivision, two blocks from the center of business, $150 each. Several nice lots in the San Miguel Hill and Town Site Co's addition, rang ing from $75 to $125 each. Las Vegas Hill Site Town Co's addi tion, the nictst building lots in Las Ve gas. These lots are just in the market. There are only about 50 of them sold, and in this addition several beautiful brick residences will soon be built, cost ing from $4,000 to $10,000 each. These lots will be sold from $50 to $275 each, and will double their value in sixty days from this date. Business Lots. One lot in front of Sumner House, price $1,000. One lot fronting on Sixth street and Grand Avenue, price $1,500. One lot fronting on Douglas street, in front of new SanMiguelNational Bank, price $1,000. Business Property. Business house and lot on Douglas Avenue, price $1,100 ; rents for $35 per month. Two lots with inferior improvements on Douglas Avenue, price $2.200. Topeka House and lot on Railroad Avenue, price $1,800 ; rents for $50 per month. Corinthian Hall and lot on Railroad Avenue, building 25 feet front by 140 feet deep ; rents for $1,000 per year ; price $2,650. Building and lot on Railroad Avenue; rents for $75 per month ; price $2,500. Business property in various parts of the city for sale, that will pay from 25 to 40 per cent, per annum on the invest ment. Residence Property. Large modern built brick house with eight nice rooms and three lots ; price $3,500, rents for $55 per month. Fine brick house four rooms and one lot ; price $2,000, rents for $30 per month. Elegant frame house, eight large rooms, two nico lots, good well of wa ter, nice shade trees in front yard, price $2,000, rents for $45 month. Au elegant residence with five corner lots, that arc worth $2,500 cash, twelve large rooms, rents for $100 per month, price $4,500. Residence with six large rooms, two nice lots, good barn, price $1,500. Frame residence, four nice rooms, two corner lots, price $1,300. Residence five rooms, two nice lots, price $1,200. Residence and lot, four rooms, price $8d0. Three new houses, three rooms each, rents for $48 per month, price for three $1,800. House with five rooms 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 you want to sell s lot; If you want to sell a house; If yon have a house to rent; If you-want to rent a house; If you want to invest your money so as to secure best returns in shortest time, call on us and we will endeavor to please you. No trouble to answer questions. No trouble to show you around. If you came to Las Vegas to locate or invest, be sure and come to see us and we will do you good. CALVIN FISK, ft AL ESTATE AGENT, Opth' Block, - EAST LAS VEGAS Nut fin's Addition. The Sutfin addition, immediately east of the depot grounds, has been laid off into lots, which are offered for sale by the undersigned at extraordinarly low prices. The location of these lots for residence purposes, is as choice as any in the city, while their close proximity to the business center of town, renders them still more desirable. For terms and prices call on Calvin Fisk, Real Estate Agent and Notary Public, Optic Block, East Las Vegas, New Mexico. . 11-20-tf Furniture. Lockhart & Co. keep a fine line of fur niture of all grades; very superior par lor sets, chairs, etc. 10-d-tf A GRAND OPENING mum DECEMBER Display LAKGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF MEN'S HAT31CAPS Ever brought to this Territory at Chas. W. Danver's SIXTH STREET, Opposite San Miiruel National Bank, East Las Vegas JONES & CO. Have just opened a Lnrgo find Completo Stock of Staple and Fancy GROCERIES AND FIVE Everything New and Fresh nnd sold nt Bed Rook Prices" Second Door East of Bank Building, on BRIDGE ST., LAS VEGAS Npecial Annonneemetit. Hopper Bros, have stocked up heav ily, more complete now than ever. They have three ware rooms full of goods besides their sale room. They are now prepared to sell any quantity of goods in lots to suit purchasers at the most reasonable figures. They would respectfully ask purchasers to visit their store, get their prices and examine their goods. They will not go away disap pointed or dissatisfied. They have the goods and are bound to sell them.11-30-3 Chrttmaa Freseat. Beautiful Sherwood wife card bas kets, fruit dishes, cake stands, castors, etc., most suitable for Christmas pres ents, at Marwede, Brumley & Co's. llemovai. J. C. Blake has removed his harness shop from the plaza to Shupp's build ing, east of the bank. He now has more room to accommodate his largely Increased stock and growing business. He emnlovs the best workmen and can I fill orders for harness, saddles, etc.. promptly and satisfactorily. ll-18-t To BIjr F. lenrta. I am pleased to announce that I have obtained a situation in the store of C. E. Wesche, where I will be pleased to meet my many friends in Las Vegas and vicinity, and assure them that they will receive the best of attention if they will call. Pilar Abeita. 11-28-lw. Kllll bi TOBACCOS CIGARS 4 MAGNIFICENT of Fine Once More to tne Front ! - THE New York Clothing House CENTRÉ STREET HKANCHES AT Bed Rock Prices Our three houses carry an immense stock which eimliles us to defy all competition. Wo call especial attention to our bcliiR The Agents for For suits to order in flfteon days. Satisfaction (fuaranteod or no sale. Also A (rent for Burt & Mear's Celebrated Come one! come all! Latest styles this Fall, Our new House is open. The fresh stock unbroken Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes In any shape you choose, None lower than our margin Go to the New York Clothing House to Bargain. Gardner & Gillies, Propr's IE3- COO Has Oponed tho Largest OOTS AND SHOES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, EVER BROUGHT TO NEW;MEXICO. t t Howison, Manager Tho Attention of TJcalcrj is Called to this Stock. Work Done to Order. n-AJcxjiXi.Oua.i3ii sstss., east xj.ajs vegas. Notice to Delinquents. 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, 1882 their names as delin quents will be handed to the attorney general of the Territory, who will then at once proceed according to law. This is the last notice that will be given from this office, and should be heeded. Hilario IIomf.ko, Sheriff San Miguel County. N. M. Las Vegas, Nev. 15th. ll-20-2w. Novelties in cloaks, dolmans, jack ets and ulsters at Stern's. Ntovral NtovcM! fStovmi Three hundred in stock and 300 on the road of the celebrated Wm. llesor & Co., cook and heating stoves. Come and give us a call. Makwede, Brum ley & Co. 11-19-lmt. Six varieties new figs at Cooper's candy factory. 20-lw. Sutfin's addition. Fine Meiino Ramx. W. J. Colvin, the breeder nnd ship per of line Merino rams, of Larnea, Kansas, will arrive here in a few days with a lot ot horses, mules and forty full blood Merino rams, and will stop hern for some days. Those desiring to purchase will find this a splendid op portunity. ll-2-tf LEE a WISTERZIL FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS We have lust opened a Morcbant Tailoring establishment and aro prepared tu put up m In the latest slylu. Cleanlntf and repairing a spot laity. Work dono suits at short notice, can anu see EAST LAS VECASZ - 'i fJEW W FIRST Jewelry 99 - Devlin & Co. Hand - made Boots and Shoes.-J;! - HL - AJST and Best Assorted Stock of THOMAS H. CONKLIN THE 1'IONEEU Real Estate and Insurance Agent AT 23 Xj X..0O, TEXAS Offlco in Stanton's Building1, first iloor, San Antonio Street. Capitalists, Speculators, do not fail to visit El I'aso, inevitably ihe futuro Kreatcitv of tho West, seo it Improvements, it railroads, pros perity of its business men, tho rich valley land surrounding it, its ifreat natural advan tages and prospectivo relations to Mexico, anil JudtfO the situation and Its prospects for your selves. Call at my office foi any information you desire, or to buy prorcrt" of any descrip tion. Boots & shoes, the largest and most com plete stock in the Ter ritory. You are bound to find what you I want at eastern prices city Shoe fetore. Try "Billy's Ponies' Havana. Cigars, pure us. . uppusno iavmui i o uiyv, \n\n $cr DAfLT PAJOTE PERNOS A k.