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J. H. KOOCLER. Edito-. -111! - - 1 -' - .ir-:í o? smswPTion Dally, I yr 10 oo. Imtlv iiMi'iin tt o. hallir. I month 1 o.i. Delivered by carrlur to any .iri of theclty. WtN-kiy, I yr S (W. Wt-rklv . f. month I 75 for Advertising Rate apply to .1 . II. Knjflrr i . .iraud lroiri lor. rorteajr. It chanced, they nay, upon J:iy, A furlong from the town. That gbe was strolling up the way Ax he wm strolling down; ftbe humming low, n may bp do, A ditty ftwoot and small; He whistling loud, you know. That hud no tune nt all. It happen d so, precisely ho. As all their friends nnd mdghliours km w. Ait I and you, pcrhiu might do. They gazed upon tho ground; Hut wht-n they'd gone a yard or two. Of c nro tliey n itii I i(k?d round. They Ixith wore pained, they both explain ed What eaujod their oyes to roiiin; And nothing after that remained nut h" should see her homo. It happened so, precisely so, As all their friends and neighbours know. Next day to that 'twas common chat, Admitting no debate, A bonnet close besldo n hat Was sitting on a Kite. A month, not more, had bustled o'er, When, braving nod and smile, One blushing soul came through tho door Where two went up the aisle. It happened so, precisely so, An all thuir friends and neighbours know. Bollo i Trantcript. The Charity ball at Denver netted $2,505.75. Richmond, Virginia, has seventy-two cases of small-pox. Tucson, A. T., is to have a new Bap tist church building. Wilbeu F. Storey, of the Chicago Times, is in delicate health. Fkank Hatton's wife has been called to Iowa from Washington by the seri ous illness of her mother. The question of resuming coinage of the fiv cent nicklo pieces is being con sidered at the Treasury Department, the supply being about exhausted. Gen. W. R. Hazen, the chief of the United States signal service bureau, jays that Vennor's plan of prognostics is based upon a recurrence of the sea sons. He merely duplicates years. . Thanksgiving day was observed by Americans in Berlin by a grand ban quet at which Mr. Everett, First Secre tary of the Legation, presided. Prom inent German officials were among the guests. Arrangements are being made for memorial services in honor of the late President Garfield,' to be held in both houses of Congress. They will be very simple, consisting of orations and a po em, interspersed with music. A representative of the Hungarian Government, in the person of E. Pe kar, is visiting this country for the pur pose of collecting aggricultural and mining statistics for publication under the auspices of the government. Josh Billings disposed of Col. Bob Itigersoll in the following quaint man ner: "I wouldn't give five cents to hear Bob Ingersoll ou "The Mistakes of Moses," but would gTe $500 to hear Moses on the mistakos of Bob Inger soll." The late John Amory, Lowell, left $20,000 to Harvard College for the bo tanical garden, on condition that it be called the "Lowell BHnic Garden," in memory of his grandfather, who started the first subscription for that department. He also left $20,000 to be applied to the purchase of books for the library, The oldest bishop of the English peaking churches in this country is Rev. Dr. Smith, of Kentucky, now the presiding bishop of the Protestant Epis copal church of the United States. He was consecrated October 31, 1832. Should he live one year longer he will celebrate tho fiftieth anniversary of his episcopate. ' The report of the Director of the Mint, relative to production of the pre cious metals for tho fiscal year 1880, shows that the estimated production of $30,000,000 in gold has been sustained, and that tho value of silver produced during 1880, namely, $39,200,000,000, exceeds the estimate of the director by $1,503,000. Silver bullion purchased during the fiscal year for coinage amounted to 45.262,571 standard ounces worth at its coinage value $28,232,810, and the deposit of silver coin and bull ion not of domestic production was $2, 507,700, of which probably $2,000,000 was purchased and used. The entire gold product of the United States is less than seventy-two cents per head of the population of this coun try. The entire annual product of gold throughout the world, putting it at $100,000,000, is only equal to about sev en cents per head of the world's popu lation. From this annual supply of gold one-third must be deducted for other purposes, leaving the amount to be used for money at not exceeding five cents per head. We have more ceppcr orc3 than Col orado, Arizona ana Lake Superior combined, and in a few years can if we will furnish a large percentage of- the world's supply. In our copper we havo perhaps a source of wealth not inferior in value and importance to our mines of gold and silver. White Oaks Golden Era. Fortunately there are no women on tho Washington jury. The evidence that an aunt of the assassin wore tho same bonnet year after year would convince some women that there was insanity in the family. Milwaukee Republican. i Go to A. O. Bobbins' for furniture. Ho has the largest and most complete stock in the Territory. 12-1-tf Charles Sumner's mother is thus de scribed in Apphi Howard sremioUcen ces in the Providence Prest: "Mr. Sumner, nee Jacobs, was of Plymouth county origin. She might have sat for a portrait of a representative woman of the old school. Tall and slender in person, with keen black eyes, she was, like Charles Sumner, who strangely re sembled her in mental and moral char acteristics, undemonstrative to cold ness, upou a short acquaintance. But those who learned to know her well found that the depth of her affections was equal to the vigor of her intellect, which remained unimpaired until her death, in Boston, in 18tKi. When we consider that a million and a half of pies are consumed daily in the United States, eur surprise is not that our jai Is are full of criminals, but that there arc jails enough to go r.iund. A. )'. Votnmc.rcial Advertiser. Attention is called to the fact that A. O. Bobbins, the leading furniture man of New Mexico, is now offering unpar alled inducements to hi customers. His stock was never so full and com plete a now and his prices are tne very lowest. It will pay you to look through his immense stock before making your Christmas purchases. 12-1-tf Nntnn'n 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 extraordinary 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. ll-zo-ti Wood and Coal. Wocd and coal for sale in any quanti ties desired, and delivered to all parts of the city. Leave orders at O. L. Hough ton's hardware house. G. C. Smith. 11-27-tf For cheap hardware go to Lockhart & Co's. 2-lltf Just Received. A fine lot of Booth's celebrated Sad dle Rock oysters at the Park Grocery and will receive them daily. 11-17-tf Toe Park Grocery. The proprietor, S. Harris, and the manager, Samuel Wells, assisted by 11. G. McDonald, have remodeled the Park Grocery, and arc determined to keep a full supply of everything pertaining to a first-class grocery andwill bo pleased to meet their old friends and customers and will treat them well. They will use their best endeavors to please all and will sell as low as the lowest and guar antee full weight and fair count. They have made arrangements with the Booth Oyster Company, to keep con stantly on hand the New York Saddlo Rock oysters, the finest ever brought to this market. All we ask is a trial. Come and see us, and don't forget us. r'renli Oysters Every day direct from Baltimore, wholesale and retail, at Philips & Milli gans' on Centre street. Also fresli fish twice each week. 9-16-lm For a fine line of ladies' dress goods, gents' clothing, boys' clothing, dry goods, hats and caps, boots andshoes, groceries, queensware, glassware, etc., go to T. Romero & Son's. ll-(5-3t. HOT. Hot Scotch, Hot Irish, Hot Garriowen, Hot Lemonade, Hot Milk Punch, Hot Tom and Jerry, Everything Red Hot at Billy's. For Stoves, Furniture, Hardware and Queensware, go to Lockhart & Co.'s. 10-5-tf. Htovea ! Stoves! Ntove t Six Hundred in (Stock and on the Way. First-class goods at living prices are our "Hustlers" for trade. Heaters kept of all sizes and styles from a Lightning Bug to a Furnace. We are agents for the celebrated parlor stove "Denmark" which has no equal for burning soft coal in the United States. Give us a call before you purchase. 30-tf Lockhart & Co. Removal. 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 employs the best workmen and can fill orders for harness, saddles, etc., promptly and satisfactorily. 11-18-tf. PRICKS Cl'RRENT. Of Staples, Groceries, etc., corrected daily for the Gazette by Browne & Mnnzumircs, Lus Vegas, N. M. Bacon, clear sides, per lb $ 15 " dry salt, per lb H " breakfast, per lb It!1, Hams, per lb lU(s17 Lard, square cans, per lb lsy pails, ten lb 1H'4 " pails, five lb VS " pails three II 16'i Beans, Mexican " California, peril) 51, " Limn, per lb 14 " white navy (scarce) $, Bran, eastern 1.75 Buckwheat Uuur (J. 00 Butter, creamery, In tubs 40 Butter, creamery cans 44(50 Cheese, per, lb Witfil Coffee, Uio, common 111, fair 14, prime.. . ltl " Mocha 30 " Java 28 " Ariosa 20 Crackers , soda 77i4 Apples, California io Peaches, California 18 Mackerel, per kit 1.7fa$ 2.60 Klour, Kansas f3.25a4.60 " Colorado 3.50$4.50 Hominy, per bbl Meal, com 2.75 " oat. per hundred lbs 8.50 Nails 6.25 Oils, carbon 110 34 " carbon 150 s 38 " linseed 1.20 " lard , 1.50 Potatoes 4tfM'i Rice .......... 810 Socks, wool 4O40 Salt, per barrel, coarse 5 00 " " dairy 6.603.$7.50 Soaps, common 5H7'4 " family 78 Sugar, Extra C 13, A 13H " granulated 13!í ' crushed 14, cut loaf 144 " flue powdered 14! " yellows 11H12!4 Syrups, kegs $3.5ü((í4.50 " cans, per case 13 Is 19.50 $10. 50 " " " 24 $W.50f!i,SUi.00 Teas, Japans , 400 " Imperials 50f75 " O. P 804f.no " Y. H MYm " Oolong:.. 300 Wiro, fence, painted 11 WIretnpleg 10 . Steel 17, English 20&21 WOOL, II I HEM AND PÉLTH. Wool, common fall clip $ 12'415 " medium Improved fall clip. 15 018 " well improved fall clip 18 0 " black, 2 to 5 cents less than white Hides, dry flint 1 " damaged 8 10 Sheep pelts, prime butcher 8 f' damaged and saddle about 6 Goatskins, average " 18 Deerskins, " SO Xotlee. All persons knowing themselves Indobted to the Ann of Graat t Co., will please come and settle at once as there will lie a change in .he firm by January 1st, 1882. 12-lm. The traveling publio will find every thing first-class at the Grand Yiew Ho tel. . .. Delmoale ImUimiI, of East Lm Veg-aa. This house has always on hand the best the market affords. Oysters, fish and wild game a specialty. Orders for balls and parties solicited. Bill of fare from ten to thirty per cent, less than the same meals ran be had in Chicago or St. Louis, and put up in equally as good style. Call and be convinced. tl-19-lw Remember that atT. Romero & Son's you will find an immense stock of goods from which to select, and they are selling at bottom prices. ll-0-3t. Smoke Bell of Las Vegas at Billy's. Beata tbe World. O. L. Houghton, the hardware mer chant, proposes to supply New Mexico with stoves this year. He has a very heavy stock on hand now besides two hundred and fifty more bought and shipped. He has cook stoves, parlor stoves, heatingstoves, ranges, plain and ornamented, and of the best make, which he will sell on the most favorablo terms. When yon want a stove call on Houghton. S)-23-tf. Marccllino Bofia & Perez have just received a lot of fine chickens, fresh mils and candies. ll-8tf Wholesale Liquors. The finest brands of wines, liquors and cigars can always be found at Heisc & Straus's, next door to the Ga zette office, at the lowest possible prices. They have worked up a large and enviable wholesale traite througli out the Territory and by thus dealing largely can sell at low tlgitres. 11-5-tf. Buy your groceries at T. Romero & Sons. 11-li-at. Smoke Billy's Choice at Billy's. Sutfin's addition. The candy factory is now open, and is turning out the finest candy ever shownin this city. Center street, East Las Vegas. W. Cooper, 9- 28-tf Proprietor. Fine venison at the California meat market, East Side, Foster & Dames proprietors. , 11-27-lt. t'oal! foal!! It having come to the knowledge, of the undersigned that we are charged with being responsible for the price at which com is being sold this season and arc interested in the sale thereof, we take occasion to announce that we are not now, nor have we ever been, inter ested either directly or indirectly, in the purchase or sale of coal or wood in Las Vegas. Lockhart & Co. 11-20-tf. Oysters, fish, game, turkey, chicken, etc., for dinner at the Delmonico res taurant, Thanksgiving. 11-19-tf. Full weight and fair count, at the Park Grocery. 7-27 tf Champagne cocktails 25 cents, at Bil ly's. 7-14-tf Mrs. J. B. Baker & Co. have opened a variety store and news stand, and will keep constantly on hand a full line of ladies furnishing goods, embroideries, etc. They will also keep stationary, news and periodicals and a fine stock of cigars not excelled for flavor and quality. 10-22-tf Town Lots for Sale in Bernalillo, The Perca family, of Bernalillo, have lu'd out a lnrtre tract of land in that beautiful town, extending north on Ither ei'le of the railroad. These lots aie very desirable for business ami residence property uml are right among the vineyards and fruit-growing lands. Lauda for gardens, orchards and vineyards can be easily obtained. The property will be sold at reason able rates. For Amber informaiion apply to J M. PKUKA. Bernalillo, N. M. Wagner's Hotel Theodore Warner has opened up his hand some residence as a HOTEL, where tho public and transient guests will find tho very best ac commodations. A quiet nnd comfortable home for guests. A. First-Class Saloon in connection, provided with tho best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Call nt Wagner's. TANNERY AND CHAS. FLEGAL, Prop. Will tnn all kinds of hides. On tho river op posite the round house. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. Roberts & Wheelock PRACTICAL Roofers, Plumbers, AND JÓ I! WOHK A SPECIALTY. ri -l Avenue, opposite Lockhart Co., Has Las Veías TTTM. II. PAGE, M. D., RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS CO. Ofkice: No. 23 Buth House. Graduate of Harvard University; member of tho Suffolk Ulstriet Med. Society; of the Mass. Mod. Society and of the American Med. Asso ciation. A practicing physician and surgeon in Boston for the past twenty-eight years, with tho excep tion of about two years spent In Europo for tho advancement of professional knowledge, and nearly tho same time in tho army during the late war. LATE DISPENSARY PHYSICIAN; Surgeon In tho Massachusetts General Hospital; SOLE PHYSICIAN TO NICKERSON'S HOME FOR CHILDREN the past twcnty-even yours. The City Physician of Boston, etc., etc. Also member of the Soo. of Arts of Insti tute of Technology; of thu Massachusetts His-torico-Gencttlogicnl Society, etc-, etc. Lato U. H. Pension Surgeon and frequently selected by the Commissioner to pass upon tire more dillicult cuses occurring in New Eng land. Often employed as a medical expert in Im portant cases by lnaivmuals; hire Ins. uo. s; Railroad Co.'s; the City; the Commonwealth and the United States. A. 0. BOBBINS liKAI.KU IV FURNITURE AND QUEENSWARE ÜNI'KUI A KINO OI'UKO PrtOMI'I .V T TENDED TO. v Near the Bridge, Wet't Lai Vegan. pUKST CLASS GERMAN BOARD INO At $4.. VI per week. Apply to J. A. Gleitzmtn next door to Frank Mairr's meat market. Q ENTER STREET BAKERY AND LUNCH COUNTER A full lino of baker's goods. A first-class lunch. LAS VEGAS ; : EAST SIDE. I. KIRBY. DENTIST, Zion Hill, Blanchard Sfwt. JiCUARI) DUNN. NOTARY PUBLIC, RINCON, ... NEW MEXICO. y-F.sr LAS VEGAS, LAND AGENCY JOHN CAMPBELL, iu Wesohe'g building. IS VEGAS, - - - NEW MEXICO. C PATTY, O Mamifactnier of TIN, COPPER AND SHEKT-IRON WARES and dealer In all kinds of COOKING ANG PARLOR STOVES BRIDGE STREET, - - - LAS VEGAS J N FL'RI.ONG, PHOTOGRAPHER, GALLERY, OVER POSTOFFICE, Bridge Street, LAS VEGAS. Q FRANK ALLEN, DEPUTY U. S. MINERAL SURVEYOR. Civil Engineering and Surveying of all kinds vmuiuiij nuL-iiuuu io. epeciai attention given to topographical maps of mining districts. LBERT A IIKKBER, Proprietors BREWERY SALOON, WF.S i SIDE SIXTH STKEET. East Las Vegas. Fr ah Ti.ir nlnrava Ma 1 1 V, , . I r. vagina uuu inm-.j. uuncn ixmmer imron nuctinn. jyRS. J. P. THEOBALD, DRESSMAKER, EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. First door north of Herbert's drug store. Í 'l 1 ) 1 i II ir 11 Till flfHnrr a .tuilnlHr .1 . -is ...... Dimtj, riuuvu U1T stamping dono to order. The ladies of Las Vegas are invited to call and give me a triol. J W. HANSON, Manufacturer of BOOTS AND SHOES. Shop third door east of tho First National Bunk, Bridge Street. J P. THEOBALD, BOOT AND SHOE Maker. Repairing promptly and neatly done. Col. Steele's former office. Grand avenue, sec ond door north of Herberts Drug Store. rjlHOS GIBBS, Manufacturer of BOOTS AND SHOES. Mendinur done on short notice nnd in n-nrui style. All work guaranteed to give satisfac tion, norm diuc riaza. G. WARD, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. B. BORDEN, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, On lino of Street Railroad, east of Optic Block. Yyl" DeGRAW, DENTIST. Office ovor Horbert's Drug Store. JET SHAVED AT THE PARLOR BARBER SHOP. BATHS ATTACHED. CENTER STREET, - EAST LAS VEGAS UEIDLINGEI!; Proprietor of the MINERS' BARBER SHOP, HOT AND COLD BATHS Next dor to Wright's Heno Parlor. M RS. ROBBIXS SUMMJSRFIELD, M. D., First House North of Sumner House. OmmceHours : From 10 to 12 A. m.; 3 to 5 p.m. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, D R. H. S. PEEBLES. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOM, Makes a specialty of Dermatology, or skin dis case. Office; Two doors west of St Nicholas. 1) R. E. L. EPPERSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, LAS VEGAS, N. M. Office two doors west of Post Office. Special attention given to diseases of thceyo, ear una rectum. J. PETTIJOItN, M. D., PHYSIC t AN AND SURGEON, LAS VEGAS AND HOT SPRINGS . Chronic Diseases and Diseases of Females Specialty HOT SPRINGS - 8 to 12 A.M. LAS V EGASCeBtral Drag Store, 2 to P. M. jj II. SKU'WITH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Oillce, Room No. 7, FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING. E. A. FISKE. H. L. WARREN. FISKE WARREN, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, Santa Fe. N. M., will practico in the supreme nnd all district courts in tho Territory. Speciul atten tion given to corporation coses; also to Span ish and Mexican grants and United States min ing and oth.-r land litigation before tho courts and United States executive officers. , JOSTWICK A WHITELAW. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office In First Nat'l Bank Building, LAS VEGAS. - NEW MEXICO. yyM. M. FITZ-MAURICE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Silver City, New Mixico Business of every kind attended to in Grant County. JBB FORT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW (Office at Rotidenee) EAST LAS VEGAS . M. (- F. NKILL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, And District Attorney for the Twentieth Ju dicial District f Texas. All kinds of businesa attended to promptly. uince: hl rAsu, t&jlas. Thn T Ul.tat Rnnninir VaMitnü I .1,1 New and In perfect order. vm. a. ii. AL.L.1SUM, Eust Las Vegas. 3VE03NTEY made by going to FLECK'S and petting your Clothes iti-paired and Cleaned. You will find that most of your old suits cmi be . SUITS CLEANED OR COATS BOUND FOR Repairing done at reasonabla rates. Shop next door to Biowning's Real Estate Olhce, East Lus Vegas. - F. 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. Leave orders at Lock hart & Co's. 10-25-tf BILLIARD HALL. I ) vOENTRE STREET. A full line of the Purest Imported Wines and v nisKies ior lomuy ana mcaical purposes. L CITI STAGE UNE NEW, COMPLETE, QUICK. Runs to Mineral City, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Returns nlternato days. Plenty of time at either city for prospecting or busi ness. Faro, $2.00 each way; Round trip, $3.50 J". O. Hill dte Go. Prices to Suit the Times. J. 0. BLAKE Manufacturer and Dealer In LAS VEGAS, - NEW MEXICO. South Side of Plaza, Carriage Trimming Done to Order. LASVEGASFAT MARKET F. I. HOOPER, Prop'r (Successor to H. E. Frnley.) Will keen constantly on hand Beef. Mutton. Pork, SaiiBuge and Bologuu, also Fresh Mutter and Eggs, ituilroud trado solicited. Meat de livered to any part of the city. For Sale or Rent. Restaurant fixtures, complete, for $400, tho building for rent ot $50 per month, or both for rent nt $75 per month. This is the best loca tion for a restaurant in the city nnd is now doing a fine business. Inquire of Calvin Fisk, real estate agent, Optic Block, East Las Vegas. 10-5-tf E -OF- R. W, WOOTTENS? CO. Send all Orders to Leave orders witq Lorenzo Lopez or at the Mill. Eagle Saw Mills -AND- BY T. Romero & Son. J-Leave yonr orders at the store ots T Itomero 4 t0'i. a p Vpiak. NEW HACK LINE to TTTT1 JETOT I hereby announce to the publio thnt I have established a new 'hock line to tbe Springs. Moderate charges and careful drivers. Orders left at Talbot's livery stable will be promptly attended to. WILL FEHINQ I ON. J". J. IKIZELXTEr, 'Successor to Blake ft Kelly) Matnornctnrer and Denier 1m SADDLES & HARNESS Carriage Trimming f Order. On Front Street. NEW ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. "WHITE" I I Al Wy SADDLES HARNESS MPIRE SAW MILLS O. R. BROWNING EAST LAS VEGAS. N. H .. Real Estate and Insurance Agent k REPRESENTS The Oldest, the Largest, the Best Imsurance Co's. Orgau-I licil Name of Company. Mutual Life Liverpool, London and Globe.... Home Fire Insurance Company. London Assurance Corporation.. Pbcenix Queen Sm-inirneld F. AM 1H.T6 1S53 1?J0 IBM 1B5H IB4 IHrtl 17W 1HT9 13 1H75 10 1S76 Tktntrifrlnl fTnfnn llnsuranco Co. of North America, jLion Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Association North British & Mercantile; Hamburg-Magdeburg I3STSU RAISTCIE IS Jacob Gross, A. M. Bluckwell, Gross, Blackwell & Co. Successors to OTERO, SELLAR & CO. Wholesale Dealers In GENERAL MERCHANDISE Manufacturer' Agent and Forwarding am! Com mis, on Merchants ON LINE OF A. T. S. F. RAILROAD, East Las Vegas - ISTew ÜSIexieo. KOLLOCK& COOPER WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PRODUCE DEALERS Poultry, Eggs, Butter, Etc., Jjocated .t tlxo Old Adams Express Offlco CORNER GR-AND AVENUE AND SIXTH STREETS, EAST LAS VEGAS, - NEW MEX. Drags, Medicines, Toilet articles and Perfumery, Prescriptions Carefully Compounded nt All Hours, Day and Night. LOOKHAHT BIiOOH:,IAST IjASVZSGAS DUNLAP & WINTERS, Suceettor to Herbert É Co. " DEALERS IN Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles and Perfumery, Prescriptlons'CarefuMy Com pounded. Northwest Corner of the Plaza, Las Vegas. IT IS NO USE TO SEND EAST FOR FINE GOODS, AS H. ROMERO & BRO. HAVE JUST RECEIVED A VERY FINE STOCK OF LADIES' DRESS GOODS INCLUDING Brocade Silks, Velvets, Satins, Tassels, Cassirneres (Of All Colors) Fine Washington Cloth, Momie cloth, Silk Bunting (Of nil colors.) Also a full line of , Ladies' French Kid Shoes AND laLadles' IF1 In. o Bonnets. CARPET DEPARTMENT! OuCarpet Department is completo in tho latest and most benntiful designs. Wo Invite inspection of our stock. HALF-WAY SAW MILL, J. H. OVERHULLS, Proprietors, Ten miles from Las Vegas, on the Gallinas A SPLENDID ROAD Planed and Unplaned Lumber of all Kinds Kept Constantly ou Hand and Made to Order. Stock Taken in Exchange for Lumber. SU MINER MOUSE EAST LAS VEGAS NEW MEXICO Geo. Sumner, Prop'r This house Is brn-new and has been elegantly furnished throughout. Tho Sumner is n firs cluss house in every respect, and pnests will be entertained in the best possible manner nnd s reasonable rates. GE AND YIEW HOTEL LAS VEGAS, IDIR,. vJ. ZEE. STJTFIHSr, PEOP'B GTThe Best Accommodations that can be Found in the Territory., HATES Per day, 12.00; per week, 17.00 to tfl.OO TO AND FROM Nenleri ProponaU Will be received at tho offlco of Churlos Wheolock, architect, up to Tuesday evening, November SBth, for plaatcrinir tho Las Vcks academy. Tho rljrht is reserved to rejeot any or all bids. U-24-td Telephones for Rentdeacaa - Telephones will bo placed In private houses at tho rate of $60 per annum. Application can be made at the San Mia-uel National Bank. 10-27tf A. O. HOOD, Munarci. Assets. New York $ JM,7:fci.7B)i 03 London Liverpool 3l.iW,im OA j New York .Blrt,(K9 Sí 'London 15.bkh,iu HI Hartford 3.217.11 W Liverpool I.BL'l.srf (W SpJingfleld, Mass... S,12B,CM 91 London ,!B,57l 84 (Philadelphia 7,NOii..WS W London l.iWO.Ul It IPhiladelhnia 2,l;tl.itiH 17 I London l.:til.7B2 01 London 9,2114.5 21 Hamburg, Germany BB7,(3 14 $1SB,77.B.'.B H4 PKOT ECTIOM". A. C.Stockt hi. Location. - HIÑE SuccesHor to Herbert t Co. DEALER IN NEW MEXICO. ALL TRAINS. I Tin Nhop. O. L. Houghton has opened a new tin shoo complete mall particulars at his old stand on the plaza where all I classes of tinware and sheetironwaro will be manufactured promptly to or der. The best of workmen are em- Eloyed and they have everything at and with which to work . 1 l-i.'3-tf '