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tcr Viniir J. '.. KOOCLSK, Etíéior. ss .Dally. 1 Kgf. .10 ;. Itl.i i mmi lb üjíJ 1 D1IT. I month. 1 Dell TMl.bji. err-U-l to any ! .Jl- Wt-rlclv. iii-iti (TTs' For ÁJtitiI n Uitt pp ' 'li'j !J1 I'M . 1 1; ,A V imi '(til l-i VmI:iiiii 1. 1 : -- The Way .11 ai Uitl larla Plr Ajtrewl ihM ngwHrawKhanld 'l-t'l..'. iifi ( :i. . i .... t: :i.:; ti-. :. li! . In August last thecoloied people of Heliport1 1 ions 'Island." held h bnsh meeting for, uir5.' drv'ór'JJte-.' octtl' structure, built-in tliu Moods. - The tiiuh lni'i'tinc- wa 'held -iriiHitr next'- to thfe church. Tliff Ke'vPfcter Costa of Bruoji-; lyn lia loug been in the habitof preach ing occasionally in the Heliport tolorert lasionally in the Heliport toloiva i. ' He took up 'k collection at :tiJ tipef.'ing.;,''! JS:'' 'of age wl'ilo haarand wears spectacles. Church bush, mpef, lie linn wl'ilo kauranu wears spec and his .ocular occupation is white washing" He goes through Long Island preaching four or five times a year. VVhn he had finished taking up the collection in question he went off by himself and counted the proceeds. Subsequently he announced that the churoli had been made the happy re cipient of 07 J cunts. He then went back to Brooklyn. Immediately a scandal arose, since several of the congregation declared that, they had seen a white gentleman who attended the bush meeting drop $10 into the box of Uncle Peter, as he is (íítlled. The church decided to try the preacher, and a meeting for that purpose was convened in the church on the evening of Nov. 14. Uncle Peter was there, and he took the meeting in charge. Fifteen church members were present, women and strangers being scrupulously excluded. The idea, as said, was to try the char ges made against Uncle Peter, but he declared that such a proceeding would be against the established church dis cipline. None of the churclimcmbcrs were willing to buck against the dis cipline m question. Brother llichard Ward presided at the meeting, and Brother George Carl, who is threshing rye for a neighbor just now.was secretary. Brother Ward said that the discipline of the church must be observed, and the meeting unani mously decided that it ought to ask Un cle Peters pardon. All the members thereupon snowed great emotion, and Uncle Peter passed down the aisle, lay ing his hands upon the head of each delegate, ejaculating, "Glory be to God?' and declaring that bygones should be bygones. Next morning a reaction set in, and still to-day it is believed by all the mem bers of the Bellport Colored Church that Uncle Peter in $14 and odd cents in debt; but they are still not inclined to do anything contrary to discipline, and Uncle Peter will continue to preach in the church as heretofore. N. Y. Sun. Chirngo CulliiiKa. WESTERN HAILItOAI) MEN. Chicago, December 3. Western rail road men at a meeting to-day organiz ed a system of inspection of packages offered for shipment and for locked car loads, the purpose being to ascertain how much shippers are given to mis representing the character of goods transported. KKCErilON TO IIEALEV AND O'C'ONNOH. A reception was tendered to-night to Messrs. Ilealcy and O'Connor by a num ber of prominent Irish-Americans. The affair was in private and very cor dial. IMMENSE LOCOMOTIVE MANUFACTORY.' The Time says another immense munufacturing suburb is to be added to. Chicago. 1 he nucleus of the new town is to be tho establishment of an exten sive shop, known as the Chicago Loco motive Works, at Garfield, on the Chicago & Pacilic division of the Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, about a mile northeast of the city lim its. The warranty deed was made over to-day conveying the suburbs of Gar lield to the Locomotive Works, the con sideration being a half million dollars, ('liarles Howard, of Boston, is presi dent; Jno. T. McCuuley, of Chicago, vice-president; Henry Saycrs, of Chica go, treasurer; Ashelf Bennett, secre tary; with directors Chas. Howard, Jno. T. MeCauley, Thos. S. Kirkwood.U. It. Tripp, Eugene Ely and J. It. McKay. The company's capital is one million dollars and it is stated that the new works will be erected forthwith. The works will have a capacity of turning out three locomotives per week and will employ 800 men, and will cost near ly a halt million of dollars. The total annual product of the works will be worth two millions and a quarter and the wages will amount to nearly two thousand dollars each day. The prop erty in the vicinity of Garfield has taken a sudden jump in value. Prudence. A new boarder gazed fixedly at his plate the other morning, and then said: "Is there a reliable physician stop ping at this house?" "Yessir,"' said the waiter. . "Good surgeon, too, eh?" "Believe so, sir." "Then just see if he U in his room be fore I start on thi breakfast. I had a brother choked to death on a steak like that anee, and I'm bound to take the necessary precautions. San Francisco Pout. Wreki Hikct a l'roponion. Boston, December 8. Weeks has made a proposition to the examiner of the Pacilic bank which was referred to the comptroller, and upon his reply de pends tho future action of the bank. 'resh Ojrnter Every day direct from Baltimore, wholesale and retail, at Philips & Milli gans' on Centre street. Also fresh fish twice each week. 9-16-lm Go to A. (). ltobbins' for furniture. He has the largest and most complete stock in the Territory. 12-1-tf Wonderful t Wonderful I How cheap goods pre sold at Isidor Stern's, West Las Vegas. A choice lot of tho justly celebrated "Seth Thomas" Office and House Clocks just received at W. H. Seewald's. 12-4-1 t Th opeks House is now enjoying a gooil nn, and Is' open day and night. f . M. DUN LA Ia, 12-4-2tv" "!' '" ' Night clerk. i :ilire in Piollitng tllie It ' ' : ' HoSv fast those nicé cloaks and ulstérs sell at Isidor felcfti', Wcst'Las Vegas A liniT lot 6f ' hblidáv gifts at ScC a.,.iJS,9 art(;Jc,tfiis.repre,fente;d., (T LockrraM"sPíC.ói' iiy-piii- cnt rockers, sofas, lounges and easy cnairs ia-8-tl DAILY GAMTITI itffrt. The nitmrietor. K Harris. ni.4 manager; raniiial ollii agisted . 1 . . . I . ..Tí . (Í. Mel)uklil. hiiW rwaAdulh (mccrv, and aro rieU'rnmicil to keen a full supply of everything portaming to a nrsi-ciam) grocery ana win oe pieaseu to meet their old friends and customers and will treat them well. They will use th'''r '"'Si endeavors to please all and win sen as low as i lie lowest unu guar antee full wyijVud.frij-, qui',t. . .Xliey have made arrangements with the ilooth Oyster CVi tairtly-o tmnd toek oysters, tl Company, to keen con- tiipMr fork baduic oysters, tln tine mwt brought to this market. All we ask is a trial. Comí and see lis, and don't forget us. i t r til ..l-ilf'l . r.. rr l.inll ChrlilMM PrMfl tit ''" Beautiful Sherwood wire card bas ket., fruit dishes, cake stands, castors, etc.', most siiitábló'Tiu .'hristm piT3 Cnls', nt'Mntwde; Bnnnhiyit Cos', . i.vfir-ti --,- Úituif , . Attention. : ' i. .'! I -II.. ! Í jh; , , !-.! ' , J -,-.l ; " Messrs. Kahti anil Bidton would re íHH'tfuilv call attention of the citizens of Las Vegas that they aro now pre- úared to do all' kinds of plain and orna mental painting. Sign painting a spe cialty., l-'-íKít , Thomas Gibbs, 1 ho popular boot and shoemaker, has built up a gooil trade. The secret of his success lies in the quality of his goods and the excellence of his work. 12-2-2t For a fine line of ladies' dress goods, gents' clothing, boys' clothing, dry goods, huts and caps', boots and shoes, groceries, queensware, glassware, etc., go to T. Homero & Son's. ll-C-3t. Wooa anil Coal. Wocd and coal for sale in any quanti ties' desired, and delivered to all parts of the city. Leaveorders at O. L. Hough ton's hardware house. G. C. Smith. 11-27-tf To My F. lends. 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. 11-29-lw. If you want to buy fine Christinas pres ents go to Jaffa Bros. Oysters, fish, game, turkey, chicken, etc., for dinner at the Dclmonieo res taurant, Thanksgiving. 11-1'J-tf. Attention is called to the fact that A. O. ltobbins, the leading furniture man of New Mexico, is now offering unpar alled inducements to his customers. His stock was never so full and com plete as now and his prices are the very lowest. It will pay you to look through his immense stock before making your Christmas purchases. 12-1-tf Salfiu' Addition. The Sullin addition, immediately east of the depot grouuds, has been laid oft' 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 Not ary Public, Optic Block, East Las Vegas, New Mexico. 11-20-tf HOT. Hot Scotch, Hot Irish, Hot Garriowen, Hot Lemonade, Hot Milk Punch, Hot Tom and Jerri', I Everything Red Hot at Billy's. Special Announcement. Hopper Bros, have stocked up heav ily, more complete now than ever. Tliey 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 tho goods and are bound to sell them. 11-30-3 Flnnurlnl and Commercial Prices current of Wholesale Staple Grocer ies, Las Veoas, Dec. 0, 1H81. Btieon. clear Rides, per lb $ ID " dry salt, per lb Vi " breakfast, per lb 15 Hams, per lb 15 Ltircl, admire cans, per lb U' " paila, ten lb lfi " pails, livo lb " pails throo lb 15 Vi Henna, Mexican 5Ví " California, per lb 5Vi " Lima, per lb 13 " white, navy (scarce) HVi Bran, eastern 1.75 Buckwheat flour a.60 Butter, creamery, in tubs 40 Butter, creamery cans 4450 Cheese, per lb 1621 Coffee, Kio, common 13, fair 14, prime.. . 1(1 " Mocha 30 " Java 28 Ariosa go Crackers , soda 77!i Dried Fruí I s. Apples, California 10 Peaches, California IS Mackerel, per kit $1.75ii$ 2.50 Flour, Kansas f3.25frt4.50 " Colorado 93.SU6fi.60 Hominy, per bbl Meal, corn 2.75 " oat. per hundred lbs 6.50 Nails 6.2.-1 Oils, carbon 110O 34 " carbon 150 5 3H " linseed 1.20 " lard 1.50 Potutoes 4 Rico Wr(,l0 Sacks, wool 4ÍKR45 Bait, per barrel, coarse 5 00 " " dairy f0.50i7.OO Soups, ominan 6Vi74 " family 7&8 Sugar, Extra 0 13, A lay " granulated ., i3Vi crushed 14, cut loaf 14Vi " fine powdered H4 " yellows HVitfMiH Syrups, k'(f 93.50(4.50 " cans, per case 12 Is f.50i.f 10.50 " " " 24 's f 10.60(&fl2.00 Teas, Japans 40i?iH0 " Imperials 50(o75 " O. P WfM " Y. H 40ÍÍ.75 " Oolonff 30M0 Wire, fence, painted 11 Wire staples 10 Steel 17, English 20&21 Active trade In classes of goods. WOOL, HIDES AND I'EI.TS. Wool, common fall clip f 12',i15 " medium Improved fall clip. 15 1S " well Improved fall clip 18 í20 " black, 2 to 6 cents less than white Hides, dry Hint 12V4 damaged. 10 Sheep pelts, primo butcher " damaged and saddle about Goatskins, average Doerkliís, " Demand moderate, prices Ann. 1 , r 1- ((JilO 6 18 20 l !. S Kotlrck ' .-i ( i I.I Ml 1 I All person knowing themselves Indebted to tbcjfirni of tiv( Co., will U oft .oomo nd nemo 111 onou us mere wru DC l h chitifgn in the 1 firm by January 1st, 1K82 . 12-im.. 11: M )f l I The ca neuters are armnging Loc Oiart &( fe-aií-é forillib weention The Lock- of their immense display of silver plated ware, glass apa jnina goods torutirist mas presents. 12-8-tf (be Prktirtrrr. W nlr BeataoNint, f T.mut Vflifc U1! tAikonlrtf BnMdVat. f East IJ JTliTsliouff has aft' ays on hand tpg est thtVmiaAet aords. Oysters, lisfi and wild game IT specialty, orders Tori balls and parties solicited. Bill of fare from ten to thirty per cent, less than the same meals can be had in Chicago or St. Louis, aad..U)t;tip iu equally s good style. t'Kll and' be convinced." ' . n-iiMw- Remember tliut atTy Homero & Son's you will find an immense-stock of goods from' vvhieh to select, -and they aro sellingat bottom prioes.v, i,.i,,-ll-o-3t..il. Smoke Bell of Las.jr.cgas at -. , ,1 , 11 .-..-I. 1.. .i-, : ! .ii!,. : ui.JillV. p,,t ' Il'n thv World i! "!l Oi li Houilon,' the 'hard ware ' ttier chant. propieS'to stijiplv New Mexico witlt,'PtoVes t'lilfr yeah' lie has a very heaVy sfoolc on hand 'now beside two luintfreil and fifty more bought1 hnd shipped.'. Ho' hit's Cook stoves, ' parlor stoves, heat iiigstovcs, Tanges, plain and ornamented, and of the best make, which lie will sell on the most favorable terms. When yon want a stove call on Houghton. 0-23-tf. Marcellino Bofl'a & received a lot of tine ruits and candies. Perez have just chickens, fresh ll-8tf M'liolesale fjlqnor. The finest brands of wines, liquors and cigars can always be found at Heise & Straus's, next door to the Ga zette ofiiee, at the lowest possible prices. They have worked up a large and enviable wholesale trade through out the Territory and by thus dealing largely can sell at low figures. 11-5-tt. Buy your groceries at T. Romero & Sons. ll-0-3t. Smoko 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, Poster & Dames proprietors. 1 1-27-1 1. Full weight Park Grocery. and fair count, at the 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 Geo. J. Dinkel, Cashier, J. S. Pishon, Assistant Cashier. Report of the Condition OF THE First National Bank of Las Vegas NEW MEXICO, Made to the Comptroller of the Currency, at the close of business, October 1, 1S81: UESOUHCES: Loans and discounts U. 8. Bonds Cash and exchange Current expenses Banking House .$.01,585 77 . 50,000 00 . 3!)8,UU1 30 4,SH5 n . 18,000 00 $78,112 27 liabilities: Capital Stock $ 50.000 00 Surplus fund and profits 5,277 40 Circulation 45,000 00 Deposits 557,834 87 $078,112 27 Dirkctoks: J. ltaynolds, L. P. Browne, Geo. J. Dinkel, C. Blannhard, F. A. Manzanares. Town Lots for Sale in Bernalillo. The I'erea family, of Bernalillo, have luid out a large irne-t of land in that beautiful town, -extending north on either side of the railroad. These lots aie very desirable for business and residence properly, and are right among the vineyards and fruit growl. ig lands. Lands for güi'dens, orchards and vineyards can be easily obtained. The property will be sold at reason able rates. For furiher Information apply to I. M. I'EUEA. Bernalillo, N. M. Roberts & Wheelock PRACTICAL Hoofers, Plumbers, AND tr-jm.mm bjcop rmc ara mm. JOB WORK A SPECIALTY. Grant) Avenue, opposite Lockhart A Co., lias Lhb Vegas TANNERY AND ing CHAS. FLEGAL, Prop. Will tan all kinds of hides. On the river op posite the round house. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. -yy M. II. PAGE, M. D., RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS CO. Office: No. 28 Bath House. Graduate of Harvard University! member of tho Suffolk District Med. Society; of the Mass. Med. Society and of the American Mod. Asso ciation. A practicing physician and surgeon In Boston for the past twenty-eight years, with tho excep tion of about two yeurs spent In Europo for the advancement of nrofewiinmil knnwloriirn. pnd nearly the same time in tho army during vue line war. LATE DISPENSARY PHYSICIAN; Surgeon In the Massachusetts General Hospital; SOLE PHYSICIAN TO NICKEUSON S HOME FOR CHILDREN the past twenty-eveii years. Tho City Physician of Boston, etc., etc Also member of the 80c. of Arts of Insti tute of Technology; of tho Massachusetts His-torico-Genealoglcal Society, etc, etc. Late U. 8. Pension Surgeon and frequently selected by tho Commissioner to pass upon the more difficult cases occurring In New Eng land. Often employed as a medical expert In 1m- Eortant cases by individuals; Lite Ins. Co.'s; ailroad Co.'s; the City; the Commonwealth and the United States. A. 0. BOBBINS lb.ALKI IN FURNITURE l.l y,. .1.1, 11101.I lAND.i..: .ili II, QUEENSWARE U'&OKftl A KINO- OR DEK8 PROMl' ' I"l Jtlll it j Hi 'AH', -t,., 1, ,4t ..i..,, i I I 1 LV XT TEN DE0. .TO.ii n, ittn year the Bridge, Wett Lai Vegas. m$TsiM 1 ft G ("kilDlUB mcutmarkel.- (KNTEK STKKET B AKXRT AND LUNCH COUNTER Á filll lino of bakers goods. A flrst-ctatw hiiich. LAS VEOAS "EÁÉTrTiBEr ' 1 1 1 1' 1 'i if t 1 n un-.' n: DENTIST,' ,i I. KiitnY. ..II ' Ziotl Hiir, BlHriebard Street.' II iCit'ATtn bllN. hi t :. Ml -1 , ; ; NOTARY PUBLIC, R'STOX, .,t ;n -ii- NEW MEXICO. yEST LAS VEGAS, LAND AGENCY JOHN CAMPBELL, in Wesche' building. LAS VEGAS, - - - NEW MEXICO, S PATTY, Manufacturer of TIN, COPPER AND SHEET-IRON WARES and dealer in all kinds of COOKING ANG PARLOR STOVES BRIDGE STREET, - . . LAS VEGAS J N FURLONG, PHOTOGRAPHER, GAU.ERY, OVER POSTOFFICE, Bridge Street. LAS VEGAS. Q FRANK ALLEN, DEPUTY U. S. MINERAL SURVEYOR. Civil Engineering and Surveying of all kinds caref ully attended to. Special attention given to topographical maps of mining districts. JLRERT A HF.RBER, Proprietors BREWERY SALOON, WES I' SIDE SIXTH STIiEET. East Las Vegas. Fr, eh Beer always on Draught. Also Fine Cigars and Whiskey. Lunch Counter in con nection. jy-HS. J. P. THEOBALD, DRESSMAKER, EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, First door north of Herbert's drug store. Cutting and fitting a specialty. French dry stamping done to order. The ladies of Las v egug are Invited to call and give me a trial. JW HANSON, Manufacturer of BOOTS AND SHOES. Shop third door cast of the First National Bank, 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. rjlIIOS GIBBS, Manufacturer of BOOTS AND SHOES. Mending done on Bhort notice and in good style. All work guaranteed to give satisfac tion. North Sido Plaza. "yy G. WARD, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. J B. BORDEN, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, On line of Street Railroad, east of Opt ic Block. )R. DeGRAW, DENTIST. Office over Herbert's Drug Store. QET SHAVED AT THE PARLOR BARBER SHOP. BATHS ATTACHED. CENTER STREET, - EAST LAS VEGAS J UE1DLINGEU; Proprietor of the MINERS' BARBER SHOP, HOI' AND COLD BATHS Next door to Wright's Keuo Parlor. jyRS. ROBBIXS SUMMERFIELD, M. D., First House North of Sumnor House. Office Houns : From 10 to 12 A. m. ; 3 to 5 p.m. East Las Vegas, New Mexico. jyt. H. S. PEEBLES. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Makes a specialty of Dermatology, or skin dis ease. OrFiCK: Two doors west of St Nicholas. j JH. E. L. EPPERSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, LAS VEGAS, N. M. Office two doors west of Post Office. Special attention given to diseases of theeye, car and rectum. N J. PETTI.JOHN, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, LAS VEGAS AND HOT SPRINGS, Chronic Diseases and Diseases of Females a Specialty. HOT SPRINGS . . - 8 to 12 A.M. LAS VEUAS-Ceatral Drag Store, 2 to 6 P. M. P II. 8KIPWITII, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office, Room No. 7, FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING. E. A. FISKE. H. L. WARREN. FISKE & WARREN, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, Santa Fo, N. M., will practice in the supreme and all district courts in tho Territory. Special atten tion given to corporation cases ; also to Span ish and Mexican grants and United States min ing and other land litigation beforo the courts and United States executive officers. gOSTWICK A WHITELAW, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OOlce In First Nat'l Bank Building, LAS VEGAS. - NEW MEXICO. "YTM. M. FITZ-MAURICE. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Silver Crrr, Nw Msxico iii-it -in BiiRtnefcs or every1 klrid attended trt iri Grant Dotintrv1"" ''!.! 1- i.i .. 77. hit T, EE 4 PORTA l-i.mii ,1 .., .,,1 j ATTORNEYS ' AT lÜbl'Ü (Office at Realdenoe) w i i Apr w io j. v. i i nil IP Mnftpfl EAST LAS VEGAS K. II. in aravaa va mw m ar Ami Mitrlot A'ttni'y -ffflthc Titl H Ju-f dicial District of Tpxiul. All kinds of bustuess attended to promptly. OlUce: EL PASO, TEXAS. Tho Lightest Running Machine in the world New and in perfect order. WM. II. II. ALLISON, East Las Vegas. MONE made by going t FI.EC'K'8 and getting your t-iotnes Kepaireu anu cicaneu. 1 on will find that most of your old suits can be SUITS CLEANED OR COATS BOUND FOR 'Repairing done at reasonable rates. Mio;i next noor 10 jjiownnig's item r.stato unice East Las Vegas. . 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 nt Lock- hart & Co's. 10-25-tf BILLIARD HALL. o O CENTRE STREET. A full lino of the Purest Imported Wines and Whiskies for fnmily and medical purposes. L CITY STAGE LINE, NEW, COMPLETE, QUICK. Runs to Mineral City, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Returns alternate days. Plenty of time at either city for prospecting or busi ness. Fare, $2.00 each way; Round trip, $3.50 J. O. Hill S3 Co. Prices to Suit the Times. J. O. BLAKE Manufactiiivr and Dealer in SADDLES 1 HARNESS LAS VEGAS, - NEW MEXICO. Srtiilh Side of I'laza, Carriage Trimming Done to Order. USVEG&S FAT HIRKET F. I. HOOPER, Prop'r (Successor to II. E. Fraley.) Will keep constantly on hand Beef, Mutton, Pork, Suusago and Bologna, also Fresh Butter and Eggs, liiiilroad trade solicited. Meat de livered to any part of the city. For Sale or Ileuf. Restaurant fixtures, complete, for $400, tho building for rent nt $50 per month, or both for rent nt$i;5 per month. This is tho best loca tion for a restaurant in the city and is now doing a flne business. Inquire of Calvin Fisk, real estate agent, Optic Block, East Las Vegas. 10-5-tf EMPIRE SAW ILLS -OF- R. W. WOOTTEN CO. Send all Orders to Leave orders wltq Lorenzo Lopez or at the Mill. Eagle Saw Mills AND JL UMBER winn BY- T. Romero & Son. tJ"Leave your ordors at the store of'S T. Romero & Son. I. AS Vkuap. New Mexico. NEW HACK LINE to M'-M M HOT 8PIUNG8 I hereby announce to the public that I have established a new hack line to the Springs. Moderate charges and careful drivers. Orders left at Talbot's lircry stable will be promptly attended to. WILL FERINGTON. J". J: KELLY, (Successor to Blake 4 Kelly) Sfanorncturcr fcna Denier la SADDLES: & HARNESS ,,i.: liiiu.mi.j! 1..1 I -. 1 ... i i iiim ni4 i!ii.,.- On Front Street.' '"' Í A Ala it ii i'j ti - N. M. SEW ALBUQUERQUE, .ú: bbówiijg fei.. EAST LAS VCOAS. H. Ji. Real Estate and Insurance Agent REPRESENTS The Oldest, the Largest, the Best Imsurance Co's. Izeil. Kami) of Company. Mutual Life Liverpool, London and Globe Homo Fire Insurance Company. London Assurance Corporation.. Phtenlx Queen SnrlngñeM F.tM 1-V 1W.VI 1720 1H54 1H58 ima 1W1 IVM 1H7 lSi" 1M75 1HIK1 1878 Commercial Union Insurance Co. of North America, Lion Pennsylvania Fire Insurnnco Association North British Sc Mercantile Hamburg-Magdeburg laSTSU IS Jacob Gross, A. M. niackwell, Gross, Blackwell & Co. Successors to OTERO, SELLAR & CO. Wholesale Dealers in GENERAL MERCHANDISE Manufacturer' Agenta and Forwarding and Commission .Merchants ON LINE OF A. T. & S. F, RAILROAD, East Las "Vegas - New Mexico. KOLLOCK & COOPER WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PKODUCE DEAL EES Poultry, Eggs, Butter, Etc., Locatod a-t tlio Old Vclo-ixxsi HzsLjxrotmrn OfUco CORNER GRAND AVENUE AND SIXTH STREETS, EAST HJS VEGAS, - NEW MEX. -fc1 X-j. JE3l X INT i, H i, Successor to Herbert Co. DEAIEH IN Drugs, Medicines. Toilet Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours, Day and Night. IíOOKIIAUT BLOOK, EAST XjAJSI VEGAS DUNLAP & Successor to Herbert Jt Co. DEALERS IN Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles and Perfumery. PrescriptlonslCarefully Compounded. Northwest Corner of the Plaza, Las Vegas. IT IS NO USE TO SEND EAST FOR FINE GOODS, AS H. BOMEKO & BRO. HAVE JUST RECEIVED A VERY FINE STOCK OP LAD IES' DRESS GOODS -INCLUDING- Brocade Silks, Velvets, Satins, Tassels, Cassimeres (Of All Colors) Fine Washington Cloth, Momie cloth, Silk Bunting (Of nil colors.) Also a full line of Ladies' French Kid Shoes adies' Fine CARPET DEPARTMENT! Our Carpet Dopnrtment is completo in the ltitest and most beaatiful designa. Wo Invito inspection of our stock. HALF-WAY J. H. OVERHULLS, Proprietors, Ten miles from Las Yegas, on the Gallinas A SPLENDID ROAD ' Planed and Unplaned Lumber of all Kinds Kept Constantly on Hand and Made to Order. Stock Taken in Exchange for Lumber. MOUSE EAST LAS VEGAS NEW MEXICO Geo. Sumner, Prop'r This house Is bran-new and has been elegantly famished throughout. The Sumner is a fin class bouse in every respect, and gnests will be entertained in the best possible manner aud reasonable rates. G-E AND YIE W HOTEL LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. JDJ3j. J". TI.. STTTIFIIET, PROFB aTThe Best Accommodations that can be Found in the Territory KATES-Per day, 2.00; per week, 1 7.00 to 9.00 TO AJSTJD FROM Sealed Proposal Will be received nt tho office of Charles Wheelock, architect, up to Tuesday evening, November '.mh, for plastering the Las Vegas academy. The right is reserved to reject any or nil bids. U-2-td -M- Teleptaonea for Residences. Telephone will bo placed in private houses át the rate of 950 per annumn Application van be made at the San Miguel National Bank. lO-Ktf A, O. HOOD, Manager. Assets. New Vork l.W.7d 02 Hl.fitt5.lM 05 1,-,kU11 lrt 3,217,11 V3 4.821,2:17 (W 2,12H,62 PI 8.m,ri7i i t T.HOñ.ftKH m 1,40,141 14 2.1U1, 17 l,:ill,7K2 01 9.2M,5im 21 887,803 14 London ft Liverpool mew vora London Hartford Liverpool Spjingflcld, Mass... London Philadelphia London I'bllndeihnia London London Hamburg, Germany tl88.779.6fi9 54 TPiOTT EC TI OUST. A. C.Stocktoii. Articles and Perfumery I WINTERS, -AND- onnets.a SAW MILL ALL TRAINS. Tin Nhop. O. L. Houghton has opened a new tin shop complete in all particulars at his old stand on tho plaza where all classes of tinware and sheetironware will be manufactured promptly to or der. The best of workmen are cm- Eloyed and they have everything at and with which to work. 11-23-tf Location.