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GAZETTE, VEGA THi A TIT V i: r-. TUESDAY MOIlXtXG, DECEMBER G, 1881. NO. 127. VOL. H. LAS Once More to tlxe 3Fx9otcl ! -Tin: New York Ciothinq House v. CENTRE MTUF.fcT- BRANCHES AT ed Rock Price ourth; e hmes carry an immense stock which enable t-) d. ly uü ooiapctítíon.. 'A? cull i special attent'on to oiir being , - The Agents for Devlin & Go. Fur suitsto order in lineen 'day., Satisfaction guaranteed or no sale." A1.v Agent fur iBurt & Mear's Celebrated Hand-made Boots and Shos3. 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 BROWNE & MANZ ANARES ., LAS VEGAS AVI) i A z 0 0 t n 'Z9 ira, AGRICULTURAL !M l LEMEIS, Sc. -i.cr.eiil iitli iiti.m tdvmi to TTr".l TTÍrifl!- buying awl usUIng . Yvüi, UlU'v")i ROBERTS & KEEP A CÜMPKETE fs'i'ÚCK OF STO V ES and Pltualiiug; Goods, Steam House FurnishisiK Goods. Cornice Making a Specialty DOUGLAS AVENUE, WEST OF ST. NICHOLAS. MANTFACTCHElt OF "mrrr sisa & egp.r ". 'MAT I Kfc&SAiiKi8 Eed Springs of all Kinds, Pillows of all Kinds, Window Curtains of ail Kinds, Wholesale and Retail. Ea.st Las Vegas. 3d Door West of St. Nicholas Hotel THAT 3VL 3D.. nZJOTJS' l KNTRK ST11KET, is tho Neatest, Nicest, and Cheapest Assortment of OX-iQ THI1TGI fciTDo you comprehend that lit M .D. Marcus, Centro Street, is a perfect collection of HEAVY FALL AND WINTER SUITS AND OVEUCOATS, 1)0 YOU BELIEVE Thnt right here is the place where you can buy just what yon want fur less money thnn you pay for interior goods f lKowbore Í Wo nro prepared to PROVE. Permit us to show our Good it ml Prices. H.' also keep th" Largest Stick of Groceries, WHOLESALE mid RETAIL. Callón Centro 33.i3t Xj,í3 "Vos - X3C O X ES JOBBERS AND Boots Shoes and Gents' Furnishing; Goods, Country PndwT a Specially. Rpcclal Attention given to Mining awl Rullrend orders. All ods guaranteed fir. t-eluss. i 23-st Vegas, ITCTcrw 3Vtx. Hy. Hy singer, " Commercial.. Agent. T MV MANY KRIUNllM : 1 am pleimrdtxinrorm you that I inn now lo cated iu Kiiht Lug Vt'Kiis, h udtjuiirti rs nt the City Shoo Htoro, opp.iito Grtms. ül.ickw 11 Si Uo'a eo!innlslon hounr. I urn sellmji Hllcn-mes of (roods iiudshiill be ulenfe-d to ' ve ti ni!. HY. HV-SlXiiElt, Fresh cocoanut at Cooper's candy factory. ' "a'0-1v.. , Buy your clothing nt T. Romero & Sou'u. . , ll-G-8t. i ft OCOBKO,- X. M. rj PíHc! X ti Uü, lile, bnlh heñí and in the Fustera M;irk-ts. WHEELQOK TIN WAEE Fittings, Gas Fixtures. bhwh ersacs AT- Street, - - - rffow IVIo2wlco "-ÍO.-R. O UETA1LERS OF : Eugene Clemm . " WHOLESALE Commission Merchant LAS YEOASNRW MEXICO. Potnfoe, Apples, Corn. Fi nir, Butter, Er k Poiiltiy, and Vcki tWi. ' At Lowset Market Prices. Budwoiser beer at BUly's. 5-C-ti HI BY TELEGfiAPH CoiiTt'niiitr of the Frfy-.Scven1h ('un cross. Keifrr tleeted Speakcrof tho Huiis. of Kepi'escntaiiTOS. X l.;.rg .Viüi'b- r of Bills íish'otlue. I the St-n:!!'. Objection i ."'latle t) tJio SwMU'Iujj-Ia of 51 mb: m. ('oiienior Sheldon 01P rs Reward" of Five Huiiilnd liolUrs Each Fur the Capture oí Iitue R;id.ib8ii;h 'and J. J. Webb. X Fresh Uiitbi'cak of tito Aitti-Jewish Moveuient Aiüi jijhced. On account of the teerraph wire be ing out of repair we wt-rc unable w obtain a iuli report. Eu. $500 kienn.d. Sptciul to tho Gazette. Santa Fe, Dec. 5. Gov.. s!;eÍüo;i I aft to-day for Dona Ana, and (5ra.nl- i onn -ties, to consult with the .Sljeríí-'o of these counties as to the best way of put ting down the rustlers' element aid stopping the cattle and horse stealing. Before leavingGovcruor Sheldon issued a proclamation, offering a reward of live hundred dollars each for the cap ture and delivery to the Sheriff of San Miguel County of David Iludabaugh aud John J. Webb, escaped criminals from the Las Vega3 Jail. Forly-Sventh Congress. HOUSE. Washington, Dec. 5. The assembl ing oí the first, regular session of the forty-seventh Congress drew quite a number of visitors. Keifer stood for a short time behind the desk and was warmly congratulated. At noon Clerk Adams called the body together and announced the opening session. He then called the rod. ; The roll eall showed two hundred and ninety representatives present. Those absent being Morris, .Scales, Mills and Dettster. Nominations for speaker being iu or der, Keifer was put in nomination by Holeston, Randall by House, and Ford by Murch. Burrows, of Michigan, llolman, Mc Couk and Ladd were appointed teilers The roll being called resulted in whole number of vote 285 ; necessary for choice H3' For Keifer 148; Ran dall 1J ; Ford 8. Those, voting for Ford were Burrows, of Michigan, liazietou, Jones, of Tex as, Ladd, Mosgrove, Murch, and Rice, of Mi.-soiiri. None of the candidates voted. Fulkerson and Paul, of Virgin ia, readjustees, voted for Keifer. Keiter was escorted to the chair by Randall and took the oath. It was ad ministered by Kelly of Fennsyivania. SENATE. Davis formally convened the cham ber at noon. Senator Windom qualified resolutions for the committees of notification to tho House of Representatives and Presi dent informing them of the organiza tion of the Senate. Adopted. Large numbers of bills were introdu ced, among them the following by Gar land, for the appointment of commit tees to investigate the questions of tar iff and revenue laws; by Reek, for the retiring of trade dollars, and recoining them as standard silver dollars; by Mil ler, of California, to enforce the Treas ury stipulations relative to Chinese; hy Longer, to promote the efficiency of the. hie saving services; by Windom, to incorporate the.Garlield memorial hos pital; by Logan, to place General U. S. Grant upon the retired list of the army. Recess was taken until 2:30 p. .m. to await the notification of the organiza tion of tiie House. Among other petitions introduced and temporarily laid ou the table were quite a number against unjust discrimina tions in railroad rates and to forbid al leged extortions in freight and trans portation charges; by Logan, from army officers for the compulsory retire ment of all officers after forty-live years service. Terry submitted a resolution instructing the committee on patents. Adjourned. Gniteitu Trial. STEAK EH KANDALL Appeared. He said lie could not un derstand why he was subpoenaed. Scoville wiil this afternoon call on the President and try to get him to assent to appear. Guiteau says he had several inter views with Arthur, and it is known t hai, he has written the President several let ters which the defense want to have ou record. Guiteau was unusually scared and begged the officers to take him in to court to-day by tho back cntrarroe. and with a trembling, cringing gait shuffled through tho angry crowd? Ab ject fear was depicted upon his face and he did not regain composure for several minutes. 1 Ofi'iH INCREASING. ... v Dublin, Dec. 5. Boycotting and all kinds of threats and intimidations are on the increase. JEWISH AGITATION. St. Petersburg, Dec. 5.' News has just been received hero of anti-Jewish riots at Odessa. The reports of the attack on Sarah Bernhardt went without comment until Sunday's issuo of one of the leading journals which makes remarks on the affair that arc a disgrace to journalism. A correspondent says that he can state on good authority that a fresh outbreak of the anti-Jewish movement in Russia is considered imminent. THE JANE MILLEIl FOUNDERED. Wc.aston, Ontario, Dec. 5. The tug Tommy Wright, after diligent search for the missing propeller Jane Miller, has recovered a large quantity of truck identilied as belonging to her. The ev idence shows that she foundered near White Cloud Island with the entire crew of twenty-live men. . She; was worth $80,000; insured for 60,000. She was considered staunch and had a fine captain aud crew. ::b'd By KolHtlVP. - .St. Louis, Dec. 5. Monday evening two young men called at the resirt -pee of Mr. Joliu M tiller. No. t51 HtiUnrd s;rect, and told the family that their daughter was very sick at her home. So. áüCiü Fulton street, and wanted to see them. The. family went to the uuinber on Fulton street ami found tueir daughter well aud in ihe lie-t, ot spirits. Mopecling somel xiur. wtig, üiey hastily loiunied home, aud found thai in their absence the house had been broken into and about fc2J() wAr h of eiotiiiiig and jewelry taken,. The burglars haul also left a pair ot pants and checkered shirt, having uivlo.ibt tdiy donned some of !tiv. Mullur'u u.ctaius in place of tlier.i. The .:L,iri and pauls v, eve recognized .by c:r oí of tne luiüily ai Uloiiüüiá lo the bus baud of u iiiece of Mr. Mulietytiud it was so reported to the police. The tid pvcled lei. the, WiUiam Miller, who ives v.ii.h his wiio at No. 417 Ohio street, was arrested lai niht, together witii a colímelo named C. N Waiters. Bolii deny the charge, but Mr. Miekr, who !i;.'veVr aw his u;eces husband before- iüeniiiied him as one of the young men who ended aed notiiiod him tu 1 i daughter':) aii-ged illness. Tlio pris oners are loeked up ai the Mnáisem sireut sfutiom Ka'.eiirlí, N. C , Dec. 5. Early ti murnmg between í-evcr.iy-n ve auu one humlrcd nia.-ked men took frouiOxf.ird it-.ii j!hu Brodie aud bhadrock Hester, Uoiored, el.r.viui with tiio murder it IT. IVt. ij.M.-eh, and hanged tlu-iu a ! niyil grove car the spot- where the I murder' w;s commiited. The jailer I v.a-, nikeü i rom.' home, and forced to j o..:;n il.; jail aud üí.) guarda worts dts i :-.ruK:u uild shut up in ue uiuartl-hotise., i llur-dveds oí ocoula visited t!ic !ri.ve. I 'he victims, ti is reiiorted, nttun: confesión. Everything was eondu led v.ith Ihe. i!!nio.M. -.icrcev. l'.-eir -"dii. tt-.e isim woru in on r.o; 1 ,:ioe, MS If 1 TV. Blooming! en, 11?. ton has for some v deal from scarlet f not anile epidemic ?:-Bloe mm; l,f".W'.'t ;. g- -. d Wuie.i, iiwugh i sei.tioi ed ail over tho city. The exci tun some measure revived to- nt tv o 'j in ! I. sudden death of a i-vear-or.t !;m "uaiuH.-i Barnstead from a malignant 1-jpc oí lie disea-sc, after an illness of about thirij hour,;. The death occurred in ;; .! ; diate proximity to- the . Second: Ward and High Schools,' which were suspeiulr ed two weeks ago on account, of a case of scarlet fever occurring in the jani tor's family. A .oik Kuiiding. Iowa City, Iowa, Dec. 5. The City Hall, just being completed, is a line building, and much needed. It was be gun in July, aud cost $15,000. It accom modates the city officials and tire de partment, and has a police court and a small jail building, 60x80 feet, of two stories. Objecdnto SweHrliitf In. Washington, Dec. 5. It is stated that Robinson will object to the swearing in of Chalmers, of Mississippi, and Dibble, of 'South Carolina, on the ground that they are not elected. The Democrats say they will resist and a deadlock is possible. Wells, of Michigan, will op pose the. swearing of Cannon, of Utah. It is likely the message will not be opened this' afternoon. . , ; Small-pox. , Waupaca. December o. There is quite a small-pox scare at Ogdensburg, mis county.. A boy by the name of Sar geant died of the disease this week, and a Mrs. Nehunmn lies in' a critical condi tion. Over fifty people have been ex Briefs. The Montreal half-yearly bank divi dends were paid yesterday, and amount ed to 1,000, 000. The Mayor of Council Bluffs announ ces that there is not a single case of small-pox in that city. The failure of the National Marriage and Dower Association at Union City. Ind., is announced. Public meetings cow allowed at Havana, upon giving the local iuuhra ties twenty-four hours' notice. Huntington, of Paciiio railroad fame, is having built at Philadelphia the pio neer vessel of a ileet for freight anil passenger terviee on the Paciiio coast. O. W; Knggles, assistant general pas senger ageut oí the Could Southwest em combination of railroads, has ac cepted the general passenger agency of the Michigan Southern Railroad. The Postmaster-General has decided that tho American Manufacturing Com pany, o" Boston, is a fraudulent con cern, and forbidden the company re ceiving money orden or registered let ter?. Ki9 Me. Fi.'imsna. "Kiss, nie, mamma, beforo I sdecp." lluw .simple a boon, and yet how sooth ing to the little suppliant is that suit gentle kiss. ' Tho little head pinks con tentedly oi the pillow, for all is peace and happiness within. The brighi eye:) close the rosy lips part in a sweet smile, for the little heart is revelling in the bright and sunny dream, of inno cence. Yes, kiss it, iu amine, for that good night kiss will linger in its memory when the giver lies smouldering in the silent grave. The memory of a gontle. mDther-s kiss has cheered many a lone ly wanderers pilgrimage, and has been the beacon light to illumine his desolate heart, fdf remember life has ' many a stormy billow to cross, a. rugged path to climb, and we know not. what is in store for the liLtle one so sweetly slum bering with no care or sorrow to dist.nrh its peaceful dreams. The parched and fevered lips will become dewy aain, as recollection brings to tho 6ult'crtr'a couch a mother's Tove a mother's kiss. Then kiss yoitr little one's ere they sleep; thero is a niagio power in that kiss that will endure even to the end of life. . ' ' '" A narrow escape: "'I have good news for you," said old Bnyerton to a clerk in his office. "Your ; uncle, who died last week left his Ohio farm U your cousin Ben and you get nothing." The clerk laughed a loud laugh of joyous relief. "By George !" he said, "that takes a load off my Uncle Ezra was so angry at mo the week before he died that lie swore he would leave me that farm. It has two tax titles and three mortgages on it, there is a flaw in the original patent, five families are fight ing for it, and there is a stranger in possession. Ben must have made tho old man awful mad somehow." Ami the happy clerk turned to bis desk with a glad,, light heart. Burlington Hawkcyt. '- - A "roo ftlír" un. Charles Frost Williams began to bo particular as soon as locked up. He wanted a looking-glass and a spring bed in his ccl!; relused to drink from the dipper in common use, and stood up for three hours rather than it down ou the well-worn bench. When his turn camo to appear in court he wanted a clean collar, a toolh-bmh and some perlutuo for his handkerchief, and hu seemed greatly put out as he was left facing the desk. "Can't this ease be adjourned until I can get on nty Sunday clothes ?" he softly asked. "Cau't be done." "Can 1 1 b-j tried in a private room, thou?" ''Not a bit of it. You'll have to stand trial riht here. You wera drunk ou the street." 'i might Lave been slightly over come by the weuuier. I am very sus eeptibhi to changes.1' 'Yes, but the weather doesn't make a man sit in the stairway aud sing through his nose, nor strike au ollieer who oilers to put hnn on a street ear. 'I rnTght have partaken of a little sweet wine, but. ready, sir really, I (o proiest against the statement that I v, as drunk. Loafers get drunk, sir." 'Weli, yoor-1 was a Uai, siliy drunk. I happened m here just as they brought, you iu, and your tongue was too thick to say sugar"" "1 cawii't r.-ikve it really cawn'l 'Tisn'ta bit like me." lour tii-e '.:!. ne ive dollars all the bauie." "Be as V--lje:lFl! but 1 i uere. will pay. It is most Mere, sir, i annoying, th h r ready most annoying to rncrning, ,-ir." bcii'oit l s me. Goodf. IV-s.; 'ttv:' Si njnofO-.? íi-iíixii IJU. an iiiigii t liar, liii.' i ...xciiunge: it is cu I'll'.isii tramp se.onld eg overlooked by iin: i ol the sc.inipi-ih i'el- rica ha vi a 1 1.; en so . pide writer. low e;;s; por would .'-ei. in. Í i:uve in Mm nu vi r ?jitia!s l''r U'aituiT. ! :vry striiviiig piece oi e wo read. d iio oí WHO, s 'v;i'l worl, ne.t 'avir.g rtostroyed hi; own tauiag a tiighl's oigog ai-.i). v-a b:'o";jht into ;i v í.'iiiii'.'d up in a" ijhiniiel Cheh-' at th cocci' j like Dickens' Mr. Mc.pes. vYhilu. Ids i cas:', was bo:ug heard lit: ..Heasionally I shcek oi'f his covet iug, ji'sc to l;y,v I the Musgisirau: ihut 'L'e rorlly had no I ciwciitiics. Au even mora iuipade-tit d.'-o' ":'; tho Va:r'M':;íi;ü trr.rno whotiio : .. .'. i ., , : .1 ., . i ' ..') r . n ... i u.'.j i.vM'.i a vi.-i.i, ee i.ije uuu i-, i i-jiiu Inn in thai i own. ,Ou his lirsi. visit h s-VF-r:p-iat'.i .--onie throe pounds ot cheese ami eseaped with i'h b(.!y. al though the landlady caught sight el the. ragged dcspoh:r as he t.vs nvkuig oír, with the cIu cjc dropping from' hi.s pockets. He docs not seem to have been aware that she had observed him, for in the course of half an hour back he came to the house. Then, putting on what is known among the Irish as "the poor face," he begged the kind lady to give him a morsel of bread to eat with a bit of cheese he had picked up. Now, it would have been just as easy, and far more safe, for the scamp to have gone to some other house, and we can only conclude, therefore, that he was temped into danger by his sense of humor. It would be such a capital joke to obtain from the plun dered landlady a piece of bread to ac company the feast of cheese with which she had involuntarily provided him. ile Must lHe. One thing Í3 certain about Guiteau. He is sure to die by violence. The de velopments of the last few days make it reasonably positive that he will be con -vieted and sentenced to be hung, but even if he is not his death is still sure. If the jury disagree it is ten to one that he wiil bo assassinated in court. The sentiment is widespread and firm that he must die. His death is de manded by the harmonics. His couduct while on trial has intensified the neces sity for it. The apparent reaction which has been created by the idiots who have been guffawing in court at his insolence only adtls to the certainty of his fate. He must die because tho re public cannot afford to let him live. If tne iaw does not slay him the private individual wdio will make up for its neg lect will, in executing the unrecorded sentence, represent tho entire nation. There is some satisfaction in the pros pect. Denver Trilninc. The County Commissioners have selected the following gentlemen to act as election boards iu the precincts of the county on Monday, December, 12 at the election of a senator to lili the vacancy in the Territorial legislature caused by the death of M. Barela.. Precinct No. 1 Jose Albino Baca, Julian Sandoval and Antonio Sena. Precinct No. a Jose Esmerejildo Lu cero, Juan Auncio ami Antonio Casti llo Cedillo. .. . Precinct No. Si Julian Aragón, Pas cual Baca and John Harrison. Precinct No. 4. Luciano Solano, Hi lario Martin and Cruz Gutierrez. Precinct No. G. Ramon Ulibarri, Feliciano Escudero, Alonzo Lovejoy, Precinct No. G Apolinario Almanzor, arios Martinez and .Santos Lope. Precinct No. 7. Romualdo Marti ;irtiuez, Jesus Garcia and Franco Crespin. Precinct No. 8.-Cleu Ho y val, lb Ita- Precinct No. 9. Manuel A. Pino, Josa Aheytia aiid Simon G. Baca. Precinct No. 10. Lorouzo Valdcz, Gregorio Flores and Teodocio Salos. Precinct. No. 1 i. -Lucierio Montoya, Jose dc J t ons Gi'.ieriez and Ataaacio Garcia. .... Precinct No. 12. Ramou Flores, Vi dal Blea and Herculauo Lucero. Precinct No. .13. Felipe Sanchez, Santiago Valdcrio and Richard Dunn. Prccmct No. 20. Fernando Jimerez, Jase Segur, snd Nacario Romero. Fixciitet No. 27. Manuel Abren, Al ejandro Segura,' l edro Maxwell. , Precinct No, W. Domingo N. Baca; Juan do Déos Lucero, W. G. Stoueroad. . Precinct No.2i. J. A. Lotjkhart, Ge. Sumner, Felix Mortinez. Precinct No. U0.- Jnaii Vigil, Apali nario Vigil, l'rauciüco Gallego?. Precinct No. 81. Joso Dolores Sena, Jeiian Gonzales, Jesus Lopez.. Precinct No. 82. Matias Rivera, Je sus Rivera, Luis Sena. Precinct No. 83. Bias Ortega, Jose Ma. Gutierrez, Agapito Vigil. Precinct N. 84. Ramon Flores, Ro mualdo Flores, Miguel Sena. Treeinct No. 35. Juan Jaramillo,' Louis Lcroux, Cayetano Archuleta. . There is always something to remind a man of the shortness of lite,- eve ; if it le nothing more Than a drug store- and a doctor's buggy. . Now will the lone and homesick oyster take his annual hot bath in soup at the church festival.' - :t Cause and effect are not well balanced. A man with a good cause often makes little or no effect. REDCrED TO IANIIEM. Col. V. C. Frt'a Nw RealdrntraBarn to the Granad. Hy Hard Work n Portion or the Fur n 1 1 a re wn Kftved. Last evening, at 0:13 o'clock, a bright light was noticed northwest of town on the Hot Springs road. Our night re porter hurried over and found the new residence of L C. Fort wrapt" d in flames, and :. few neighbor earryu.i" out the furniture. Tho d :.;i,-.e of ; house front neighboring n...1, and th'j lack of tools for tho tighlli'g of tho f'e. made it impossible to extinguish h. . HOW IT STAT.Tr: ft. Mr. Fori. ;.ii.l family were Hitting u the front parlor, when one of them, no ticing a light outside, went to tho door aud found the shed in the rear c;f the house on lire. Mr. Tort immediately rushed after the children, who had been put to bed in another mem, and while getting out ti; em and, hi;, vue, who is delicate, the flames hail gained such headway that ho himself could do no thing towards stopping Ihcm, and So went, to work getting out the i'urr.iiure. Several M':xie;:i.:, who kr. ! arrived, v.vrked hard lo's.tvc what they could. Mr. Fort í'iys the lire.whe'n iirst seen, was issuing from the roof of either the sliod nr- kitchen. There had been u j I re In tho kitchen stove since 6 o'clock I i'.i the evening, and how it could have j originated from, thy t source, three and i a ii-iif hnir - l.iler. is a mystery to him. j ' TIÍE I oss. I Mr. Fort iid i-.i,-;'. linishe-d extensive improvements ou tho house, in the way of enlargement and repairing. The house Lad been painted (nly a few days before. '.The 'houtx, valued ut about $1,000, 'was totally destroyed. It was insured in the Boston Mercantile fc Marine Irt-.r.r.auo Co.MiUs & Hndk-y, age.iíj. f.nr 000, which amount he will re;:-.;i c. Th" h í::0 Oi ttirhold goods were vf.lued at more.' . Most of them were saved, except those in the .kitchen, cel lar and shed. The ?.00 insurnce on tho goods, planed with the same company, wiil probably cover most of the loss ou furniture, etc., although at present it is hard to make a correct estimate. Mr. Fort Has the Gazette's most sincere sympathy in this sudden devas tation of his' ncwly-niade home. It is tiie first time he was ever burnt out, and it comes pretty hard. ; ADDITIONAL FlItE ITEMS. The residence of W. II. Evans, road master, situated on Seventh Street, had a very narrow escape from a disastrous lire last night. A lamp in tho kitchen was accidentally overturned by a child at about 6:30 o'clock and an explosion was the result. With the gallant as sistance of neighbors and a tub full of wet clothes in the wash, the fire was soon stopped, with very little damage. Charles Wheeloek had a little play with fire in his office last evening about supper time. He uses a student lamp, and the kerosene which had settled in the cup just under the part of the lamp which holds the oil, took fire somehow, and the flames shot up almost to the ceiling. Mr. Wheeloek was badly scared, fearing the explosion of the lamp, and picked it up and threw it out the back door, burning his baud in the operation. The lamp fell in a lot of straw and boxes in tho rear of Mar vvede, Bruraley & Co's, and caused a little fire there for a few minutes, but was soon extinguished. Mr. Wheeloek puts in gas fixtures to-day. 7Jim.;:e nuil (etnsiipt !sn. A writer in a medical couteiiiporary makes some deiinite assertions concern ing the inllnence of climate on pulmo nary diseases. No zone, he declares, enjoys entire immunity from pulmona ry consumption; moreover, the com mon belief that phthisis is common in cold climates is fallacious, and the idea, now so prevalent, that phthisis is rare in warm climate;, is as untrue as it is dangerous. The disease causes a largo proportion of deaths on the seashore, the mortality diminishing with the ele vation ii) to a certain point. Altitude is inimical to the development of con sumption, owing chiefly to the greater purity of the atmosphere in elevated situations, its freedom from organic matter, and its richness in ozone. Mois tiiro arising from a clr.y soil, or due to evaporation, is one of the most influen tial factors in its production. Damp ness of atmosphere predisposes to the development of the disease, but' dry ness is of decided value. Ata siviul gathering on Austin ave nue the following proceedings were had : "So your nephew is going to get married?" "Yes ma' am ; next Satur day the knott. will hj tied.'? Little Johnny, who lias been listening, with open mouth, says "I say, ma, on tho last day they let the poor fellow er.t any thing he wants lo, don't they r1'' Trx'ns Kyiiw,' ' "Pay as you go" is good ad vio?,-'and does very well for a man thai doesn't go much. . I'm ry Careful Alioitt rite.'' ' uV a man suvs to us nod n t ihe t,,ep'noiie ( ullcd us out of lied to si b S,i0 óf our com. pnuir's good money go up in smoko from a dwelling house that was mitir"Iy deti-.ch'Hl. Come around and tuko out n policrnn ymic dwelling. . . Mills & ilAif The lad ios say those potato-fryer., at. Roberts & Wheeloek' 8 are just too love ly- - 12-G-tf Glorieta Shoeshop and Barbershop, Opposite the depot. Glorieta, N. M. 12-6-lw J. A. Fixch, Prop. Blankets and wool en goods in great va riety at " Chas. Ilfeld's. J.J.FIT23ERRELL, THE LIVE REAL ESTATE MAN Las Voffs,- N. M; J.J. Fity.KPrrr-ll. thn llvo ivul estate jnnn, ban fiir fill.' a l.irif, iimiilM-r of fin.' iut!iit-ss mid 1i-lnl,lo rmidcnoe lot in (liflnvut pans of the nt'w und (.id portion of tho city. IVr tt h so'kiiiK iuvcsiiiur.U In reul eitiitc. l.utd ncss chunC' H, Imeiurs nml dvfclliiin hoiiacs, RliniiM cul! on FiUjprrWI; ho can weomnio d I thcin. A liare Chunos: , QOA Dor.LAKd will buv a Ctjolcv Bimiuor CVJVJ I.! on Douilus Street. 1Q DOLLARS a ruuiith, for twelve mono, lO wil I luy a Chok'o Itwiilcneo Lnt QKA DOLLARS will huy a Good Four Room OvJW IU nsr, lu ar Miithiuo Shop. Qrn T.iLLAU3 wiil buy Cbuiro Letn en ("VdVuCr. UeiiiuviMK) Lots In 11c ii mi Vis! od .' itition innn DOLLARS will lmv n Choice Corner XJJJ r.nt on D merina Street. TflO rU.AKS will Imv a House nnt IH on M ini Street, rtmlng for Twnnt y iKl- inr a month. IQOn DoLLAHS wiil huy two of tho Best XiJJJ Hiis:ii-. ss I,. its on I longlas Street. InnA r' .lhim will buv a Mttiniiflcent OUUU L'iitil.j RmiiioTen Mili-n Sijuanj Wiil Watered milt SlirlltreU. AU under wtro f. neo. SLOOG (tonco Lois. tH i Dollars will imy Í . t two Lots. Chole rctd a houn.i and onr T)ot,i, iw wiii OM, MiH will 1ii:t a. fthnicn rr-i- (U'llOe Lot. i i i dollars win buy two of tin J J J bestllusines Lots on Kuilro t .We'IlllO. 1 IICNDRKD DOLLARS will bur a tbive ? room House witn Lot near the ilepot. -JiT) "I rvfYvi11 ljl'y txTO houses with three epw j 1JJ lots, X'rontnr the Park. A jreat O.ii'tri.in Ihuitiiijr forjk.uuu mouth It I HE C1IA XCli. Wih sell n vnluahlo in j. t'.r"stln White Onks mines ami mill mw '.'hiiHTy utu irreiit bnryam on account ot niek e lii'i.uireof J. J. FiUaenrll tlio livoreal estate man. y 1 a Z ( Will buy un elegant four mora JL5Jv-' hoiisii in tino m-dor, renting for f-Á) per month. djfi"tk Will buy a niec residence on Main PoV Street renting for $11 a month. C 1 O íí Will buy n irood hotel on loiii- V XJVJ road Avenue renting at S30 per monlh. $1900 Will buy nr.e of tho best busi ness hous'.s and two lots on iiooiu.-s re. PAVMEX1-8. 25i will huy a one room houso with a sulendid lot centrally loeted. Enquire ' .1. J. FlTZGERHKM;, The live real ostittu agent. Í.10U LKA3E Fuur lot , m ltouglusa und Lliaiulu Aveuues. A ilfi DOLLARS will buy a ' lino rilock dairy and l'lu'u-.ing raueh iieur lh' eh v. 1 "i OLARS will Vuy it nplenhld .A.Ov'VJ' uew rusidenee, bix rooms, two l.it.-ironiijoa Maine Street. Rents for $10 jitrmnjith. fl fiA""111'" wl" l'ir one of (lie UitJUU best shingle nulls iiuliu terri-to:-, i.iKetlier with ,1)1:0 uctes of line land. For it ehhiirle miil nmn who understiuultt th business this is a 1'nfHine. . . . T f( lhur will Imv oiio- of V J XJ KJ the iiU'KCSt mid hestur poi'iL.'d sioek ranges in tho territory; ii splen did rrslil.'uee; ijifrht miles of river front: ni ineroiH hikes and springs; well wittered and well ehelu-red; nil tinder lenoe; making oneof ibe Oost stoek ranges in the. world. Grant title peri et. i0"4 Will huy two lots on Zion-Hil, A splendid banrain. J Pi " 1 Wl11 buy a good new three room V"rfcJ W huuso aud tw lots near the rail road deiiii and round houne. 20,000 Head of sheep for salo Welheru. pvpa nnH lntnha (hi) !((' Will huy one of the best htisi- ua."vv uessauusesm the city, rent' iiigail,(K)U a year. 1 ulso have for sale several hue stock ranches in the ditl'erent portions of the Territory. POK HE NT. A number of desirable business houses on tho diit'erent business streets of the eity, also offices, restaurants and dwellings. Jf you want to rent property call. Remember that the tiest business chances nro always to be hud by calling on J. J. FlTZr.KKKKM. The Uve real estate ngont, oihco on Grand avenue. CITTlJE. 2.000 head of best Improved cattle for sale, jfcir particulars enquire of J. J. FXTZGER IrEL, tho livo real estate agent. 11-stf Wanted-For Sale-For Rent-Lost, WANTED A jotinlo it íiussi-inreiM Tt White Oaks lielore Thursday... Inquire of D. P. Shields in Uptiu filoek. ' ti-ú-M for w ANTE!)-Hhoetr.,;k,.-r lit City Shoe Store.-12-S--81. Apply at iice. ITTAN Il.D-Iíaípn, dio rustier, waiiu u job T to make himself useful ficneniily. Give the hoy a chance. Good relY-tviice n irANTSD-A.ti'nner nl. Santa Fe. For t t acinars inquire at l'otti r &. Co. I'Ml;- It I rANTRD. A go-Ml eook at tho Jliehiaan i t i lltiuso, opposite depot. j "VirAVTED. A good messenaer h.ij. Eii- V 'iu:.t ui iciegritpu omee, over le pnip oeiee. 11-Wt WANTLU A position jis housekeeper n some privste family. IiKpiiro nt this' of llee er of Mrs. Kila Perry at Springer. N. it. . U--lw ÍOt. ALK A lot of good horsesnnd mules. i rorpartieiilarseallat the Exchange cor ml, west of the plaza. 11-19-Ü II rANTI'.D Everybody who like n good T meal, and u iroe.ü bed t slef p in. to com. to tuofraf.oual Hotel, South Sido Pinza 11-lOtf ,rAN'i'EI).-To buy and sell second hnnd l goods. Will buy and sell nt reasonable rates. Money advaueed on goods at a reason rate.. I also make furniture repuirlnf a sped tihy. Neil (xi run, ilrst buiUiing east of tho bridge. YYrAN'l ED.-If you want a No. 1 Husk MfU J. l.fMuvto AHEY'S, third door wiKt of St. Nmholaij Hotel. lo- tf WAMED-A frentlemua wishos a sinslo TV room, furnished, Preferablv with a ie- spee.la bio family, whero ho can have hreak ast. Lin t iide. Apply nt Mr. Urowning's of- E .Volt SALE, a Xo. I Mileh Cow. Cull for par- i L ticuiuin at A'icholsoii's Cornil, Kast-HdH. : , ia-a-it. ? OR SALE W, J. Colvin has a lot of good I horits for sale at the Exchange cm ml. . li-4l-3t.- ' ITIOIt SALR Native shingles can ho found ' at Mr. lilar.ehHi-d's store, on ilie p;lz, u, whnlc.-.ile prices. liM-rtmt MtlltiXO llfCKS-liB f;,r túachjÍrT ' ply to Illyth Brothers & Co., Glen Mom liiiiuli, wiitrous. in-l-tf TOli SALE. Canary tilrds, singly or In rfl.'rs. L Apply to Mrs. P.otter on the street bnl'k of the National Hofl. lt-!Ai-tf 1 ilOK SALE TXO ecdnr posts. Apply i, J'y.-n"a" Ul)SS' "riM io l;biirt's Woiv. W--I l. 'OR 1: ."-irs, Judge iiuooi'il opposite (JaíhÍth' ol- ; ' ' ll-2!Mf . nOR RENT.- Unen Hall, for bulls, partnv. I t litr vT. 'iimeiits. leelures, etc. For tensiK apply to Wiii t; Rm i K1. Afeentand Manager. ROOO AMELIO, Dealer In API C 11 FANCY GROCERIES KRESIt FKUIT AND VEGETABLES ,i TOIIACCO, CIGARS AND NOTION'S. Best - Native -Wine s , Always On Hand ... SOUTil SI BE, Op, Ibt NAT'L BANK Ye who dclighi in your griddlo cakes call at Roberts & Wheelock's. 18-6-ti \n\n . - - r; &-te'-'--'