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LAS VEGAS DAILY- GAZETTE:
THURSDAY MOrUSTIlSTG, DECEMBER 8, 1881. 1STO. 129. "Onoo Mor to tin DFrorLt Z " THE New York Clothing House CENTRE STREET BRANCHES AT ' Bed Rock Prices Our three homes parry an Immnwo stock which enables us to d:fy all competition. Wo call especial attention tci our ticing The Agents for Devlin & Co. For suite to order in fifteen days. Satisfaction guaranteed or no sale. Also Agent for HBurt & Mear's Celebrated Hand-made. Boots and Shoes, 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 & MANZANARES LXS VEGAS AND g CO E fi 0 0 Ó R PXO AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, 8c V02XS 10 Wool, Hidss, Pelts, ROBERTS & KEEP A COM PKETE STOCK OF STOYES and TIN WAKE Plumbing Goods, Steam Fittings, Gas Fixtures. House Furnishing Goods. Cornice Making a Specialty DOUGLAS AVENUE, WEST OF ST. NICHOLAS, A.- IRi- MANUFACTURER OF aii Kinds MATTRESSES A" K""ls Bed Springs of all Kinds, Pillows of all Kinds, Window Curtains of all Kinds, Wholesale and Retail. East Las Vegas, 3d Door West of St. Nicholas Hotel X0 YOU THAT AT DVL 3D. IVtiGTJS' f KNTHH STREET, is the Neatest, Nicest and Cheapest Assortment of CLO THIlsTGI .ffDoyou comprehend thiit at M .". Marcus, Centro Street, is a perfect collection of HEAVY FALL AND WINTEll SUITS AND OVERCOATS. DO YOU BELIEVE That right here is the place where ymi can buy just what, you want for lens money than you pay for inferior goods elsewhere ? We ore prepared to PROVE. Permit us to show ourGoods and Prices. He also keep the Largest Stock of Groceries, WHOLESALE and RETAIL, ("all on 3ME. 13. MARCUS Centre Street, 33 cist Las Vegas, - Wow IWXcotloo .lOHIIERM AND B Boots Shoes and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Country Produce a Specialty. Special attention given to Mining und Railroad orders. All (roods guaranteed llrst-class. EAILEOAL AVE1TTJE, H3st Las Vegas, nNTe-w Mex. Hy. Hysinger, Commercial. Agent. I TO MY M.VSV I'HIKNDS : I am pleased to inform you that I am now lo- cated in East Las Vegas, headquarters at the City Shoo Store, opposite Gross, Mack well & , .Co's commission house. I am wiling nllolnsses jit goods und shall bo pleased to see yon nil. , HY. HYSINGEK. . Fresh eot'oanuts at Cooper's euudy; factory. 20-1 w. j Buy your clothing at T. Homero & Son's. ll-6-8t. Etc., both here and In the Eastern Markets. WHEEL O CK IB 5tT REAX KETA ILEUS OF rocene: Eugene Olemm WHOLESALE Commission Merchant LAS VEGAS NEW MEXICO. Potatoes, Apples, Corn, Flour, nutter, Eg g Poultry, and Vegetables. At Lowset Market Prices. Budweiser beer at Billy's. 5-0-tf NEWS BY TELEGRAPH President Arthur's Message Considered Far Above the Average. Admission of Campbell of Utah Pretty Well Assured. J. J. Ingalls, of Kansas, Introduces a Bill in the Senate For the Admission of New Mexico Into the Union. Witnesses Still Giving Testimony in the Guiteau Trial. Explosion of a Candle Factory at San Francisco, Cal. A New Kailroad Company With Twenty Millions Capital. Interesting Testimony of Flipper in the Flipper Case. David Davis, President of the Senate, Manifests Indignation. Congressman Belford, of Colorado, Goes for President Arthur. At the Capital. Washington, December 7. The gen eral comment on the President's mes sage among Senators and Congressmen of all sections of political belief appear to be that it is a very able document. Opinieus as to the correctness of its con clusions vary of course, according to party affiliation and individual senti ment, but there is a general agreement that in clearness of style, dignity of tone, and force of argument it is far above the average level of the annual President's messages for a number of years, and that it indicates the posses sion, by its author, of a much higher grade of ability than has heretofore been attributed to him. There is some disappointment among the Paciiic coast representatives at the absence of any hearty recommendation for legislative action to restrict Chinese immigration especially as the President takes pains to suggest that Congress should care fully regard the interests and suscepti bilities of the Chinese government in legislating on that subject. On the oth er hand, it is noticed with gratification that the message does say that legisla tion is necessary to carry the treaties into effect and also that the President signiiicantly, though not so open as might be desired, refers to the evils of unrestricted Chinese immigration when he says that our government views with concern the efforts to seek replenish ment of the diminished population of the Sandwich Islands from outward sources. President Arthur's vigorous utteran ces upon the Mormon question give un alloyed satisfaction to the Pacific coast people and all other opponents of poly gamy, and will probably have a deci ded influence on the result of the pend ing contest in regard to the admission of Campbell as an anti-Mormon dele gate. It is considered highly probable that the Republican members of the House will solidly sustain Speaker Kei fer in the position taken by him to-day in favor ot Campbell, and these com bined influences will also.it is believed, be reinforced by many Democratic members whose abhorrence of Mor monism will lead them to forgo the pos sible advantage of embarrassing the Republican Speaker, which is appar ently the purpose of the opposition, led by ex-Speaker Randall, so that on the whole Campbell's admission seems to bo pretty well assured. Ihe announcement made by Senator Davis, of Illinois, of his position on the question of changing the officers of the Senate has definitely removed both of these questions from the field of con troversy during the present Congress, unless the status ot the Senate be changed by the death of more of its members from doubtful States. The candidacy of Gorham and Rid dleberger for the ollices of Secretary and Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate is ac cordingly relegated to the domain of dead issues. Senator Miller to-day introduced three bills, by request; one directs the officers of the Treasury to examine all unpaid accounts heretofore filed in the departments for services rendered and supplies furnished under the direction of the Indian Department and its agents and in cases where said services and supplies are found to have actually been applied to the benefit of the Indians to report to Congress the balance equita bly due on said account, notwithstand ing no sufficient appropriation existed to pay them. The second bill provides that fees allowed to registers and re ceivers for reducing testimony to writ ing snail not do taken into account in determining the maximum of compen sation and that such fees deposited in the Treasury since July 1st, 1878, must be reimbursed to them. The third bill provides that the President may rein state Captain Alfred lledbert in the United States Army by nominating and the confirmation with his former date of commission, and assign him the first vacancy in the infantry. Senator Teller reintroduced the fol lowing well known bill for the payment oi some live nuuureu thousand dollars to Ben. Holliday for losses sustained bv Indian depredations and while per- t ; . .1 1 . ! - lonmng overiauu man service. Senator Grover reintroduced his bill of last Congress to reimburse to the State of Oregon 131,000 for expendi tures during the Modoc war. Onitean Trial. Washington, Dec, 7. The criminal court was densely crowded this morn ing. Among the audience was Gen. Sherman and Rev. Dewitt Taimase. The prosecution commenced in re buttal demolishing the theory of insan ity. They will retraverso the ground gone over by the defense and from the stand point of the prosecution and thoroughly ventilate Guiteau's past life and habits beginning with his early life in Freeport and concluding with the vast amount of the best expert testi mony obtainable in the country As soon as the court formally opened Guiteau addressed the court thus: "May it please your honor, the American people do not desire this case to be tried over," and I do not desire it. I say with the utmost respect to this court and jury, and my counsel, Scoville, that I am sat isfied with the political situation as de veloped here in this case. That's the fist of this alleged offense. I say I ave a right as a matter of law of ap pearing as my own counsel. I ask your honor that Gen. Grant, Senators Conkling and Piatt and President Ar thur anu other of that kind of men who were so down on Garfield, they would not speak to him on the street and would not go to the White House, to put on the stand. I have a right to show my personal relations to these men. That I was cordially received by them and that 1 was well dressed and fed-nt the Fifth Avenue Hotel. Grant it to show my personal relations to those men. I don't want to except to your honor's ruling, but I shall be obliged to do so, antT I have no doubt the court will give me a new trial." Judge Cox Your exception has been noled. Scoville then called up, the subject of President Arthur's testimony and said he had not received any response to his interrogation that the Presidents evidence was absolutely essential to the defense. Guiteau interrupted him excitedly with, "I don't think it at all necessary for Gen. Arthur to be here." Scoville I don't care what you want, I am doing this myself. Guiteau I ask as a personal favor that he shall not be dragged into court. I think a good deal ót Gen. Arthur. He is President of the United States and 1 don't think he should be bother ed with this matter. (Striking the desk violently.) He is President of the United States and I made him so and 1 think I should have something to say in this matter. It was arranged between the councils that the President's answers should be put in as evidence at an3T stage of the trial and Sermllc called Gen. Sher man. The witness simply recited the orders he had issued for the disposition of troops at the time of the assignation. He identified the letter written by Guiteau, and said he suspected all the time there might be a conspiracy, but afterwards concluded the shooting was the act of one man. As he left the stand Guiteau said, "I thank you for having ordered out troops that day. If it had not been for you I should not be here to-day, I owe my life to the protection which you and General Crocker gave me during that period when mob spirit was rife.,! At this the General smiled grimly. Afterward II. Barton, a lawyer, A. T. Green and G. W. Gandir, all of Free port, Illinois, testified that they knew Guiteau' s family and considered all sane. Adjourned. The Flipper C'nup. Washington, Dec. 7. At the opening of court this morning Flipper made the following statement of the first charge and its specifications in his case. I declare to you in the most solemn and positive manner possible that 1 am perfectly innocent in every way, shape and form ; that I have never by myself, or by another appropriated, converted or applied to my own use a single dol lar or any of the Government money, or permitted it to be done, or author ized any meddling with it whatever. The funds for which I was responsible I kept in my quarters in my trunk be cause I felt more secure to have them in my own custody. On May 2nd I re ceived a telegram from General Small not to transfer any funds as he intend ed being absent from San Antonio. This I contrived to apply to every thing pertaining to funds. As I was not informed, some one he left to attend to the routine of business then during my absence, submitted my funds regularly to the commanding officer for inspection and did not make a state ment in consequence of the telegram of May 2nd. I thought it unnecessary and discontinued. For June the ac cumulated funds, after verification, I put in my trunk and they were not ex amined until July 8th, I then discover ed a discrepancy of $1,551. I did not know what todo but chose to put in my own check for the amount, intend ing to deposit personally in the Bank before required to remit. I relied on getting money from the publisher of my book who had promised it. I was disappointed 'again. 1 had no theory of how the shortage occurred and did not suspect the servant had made up the deficiency Senate. Washington, Dec. 7. The chair sub mitted certain proceeding of the Re formed Episcopal Church convention in New York on polygamy. Referred. A bill was introduced by Ingalls to enable the people of New Mexico to form a constitution and State govern ment and for admission into the Union. Allison introduced a bill authorizing the Postmaster-General to compensate the C. B. & Q. road for facilitating the transportation of the United States mails. The House resolution from special committee to consider all petitions, bills, etc. asking for woman suffrage was referred. The chair announced Morrill's tariff commission resolution and ordered him to take the lloor, but he being unwilling to speak to-day the Senate adjournetf. Comments on the Message. New York, Dec. 7. The Journal is rowded to-day with the President's message and documents incident to the opening of the new Congress. The message itself is universally well spoken of, particularly by the Republican and Independent sheets. The World says the message is full of views and the views are not pretended to be the views of the country, or even of the party, but only the personal opinions of President Arthur. No care ful reader of the message can fail to note this peculiarity and few reflective readers will bo at a loss to assign it to its true cause which made the letter of acceptance of the Republican candi date for Vice-President last year so much more ftutspoken and positive than the letter of the Republican candidate for President. The World concludes in regard to our foreign relations: "The President speaks with a force and clearness which will command the re spect of men of all parties." Dnvl Manifests Indignation. Washington, Dec. 7. When refering to his acceptance of the position of President of the Senate in his speech to day, Davis manifested considerable indignation in alluding to various news paper criticisms that ho had sold him self to the Republicans. He was very emphatic in the re-assertion that not a single word tending to commit him self to the Republicans passed between him and them prior to his acceptance of the position. His speech has made the Senate officials and employees happy. Mar Roate Philadelphia, Dec. 7. Civil suits against the alleged star route conspira tors came before Judge Butler and the jury in the United States District Court to-day. Verdicts were given against Benjamin B. Wiley for 7,5O0; 8,000, $8,000 and $400, amounts of bonds ac companying the principals for carrying mails on four routes for. which be was bidder. Judge Butler formed the opin ion that the (lovernment should have other and more direct evidence than that which it proposed to offer and a new jury will consider it. It the cases of Joseph Funk principal and Joseph R. Black and Henry C. Ar bucklc, his sureties, judgments were given for $1,975, $4,150, and $3,018, the amounts of contracts in which they were concerned. New Railroad Company. San Francisco, Dec. 7. A new rail roal company has been formed under the name of the Arizona and Navada Railroad and Navigation Company. It's object is the construction of a line between Caville, Nevada, and Yuma, with extensions by rail or water as may hereafter be determined, to Port Isabel and Libertad, on the Gulf of California. The company has been incorporated under the laws of Arizona, but has its principal business office in San Fran cisco. The capital stock is twenty mil lion dollars. The road will pass through the lino of mining district on the East tern bank of the Colorado river. From Port Iasbel the line will continue to Al tar and through the rich mining dis trict to Libertad. Violently Opnusett. New York, December 7. The Post's Washington special says: Western Congressmen, notably representatives from bullion producing States are vio lently opposed to the recommendations of the President and Secretary Folger that the coinage of the silver dollar be stopped and silver certificates be with drawn. Representative Belford.of Col orado, in speaking for their sentiment says: Such a policy will alienate bul lion States against which it discrimi nates. It will be as unpopular there as a suggestion to repeal the duty on iron would be in Pennsylvania. If Presi dent Arthur desires to make war on my State, I shall not support him in his policy. Explosion in a Candle Faetory. San Francisco, December 7. The loss by the explosion at the candle fac tory this morning is estimated at about $20,000. The bouer was of high pres sure, eighteen feet long, and two feet in diameter. A piece weighing a ton was thrown over a two-story building, and landed in a gravel pit a thousand yards distant. Other pieces of great weight were thrown against the wall of a warehouse and shattering adjoining buildings. Bricks, timber, grease and candles were distributed over the neigh borhood. That no lives were lost is al most miraculous. - F.oreijtii. CRIME NOT DIMINISHED." Dublin, Dec. 7. Justice Fitzgerald, in opening the Munster AssisSes, said the Government's peace measure which exceeded the anticipations of the most ardent advocate of tenant rights, caused no diminuation of crime. The number of indictments pending are doule that of last year. Taking Fast IIorwesEnst. Cheyenne, Dec. 7. O. A. Hitchcock, a well-known jockey, resumed his journey east with the following horses : St. Julian, Santa Clause, Overton, Sweetheart and Promising, California three-year old horses in a Central Pa cific baggage car. Ordered Eaul. Council Bluffs, Dec. 7. This evening Mr. Wm. Arthur, the only brother of the President, passed through here en route to New York. He has been sta tioned three years at Ft. Benton, rank ing as major, and now goes east by or der of General Hancock. General Sleeting. Washington, Dec. 7. General Negley President of the Nation Council of the Union League of America, called a general meeting of the Council in Phil adelphia on the 14th of December. Convinced. Indianapolis, Dec. 7. Dr. Orphens says all experts on insanity here who have been summonsed in the Guiteau case, are convinced by the cross-examination of his responsibility. Arizona Nnielting Furnace. The following is a description of an inexpensive copper smelting furnace in use in Arizona: It is simply a largo perpendicular square frame, built of well dressed stone, and thirty feet high. Five feet from the top the feed opening is placed, and from there to the bed of the furnace it is fifteen feet. It has a capacity of fifteen tons daily. It has stout copper plates in the masonry where the heat will be the most intense. It will be firmly secured from damage by expansion by stout iron clamps. The slag and metal discharge openings are in front. The low position of the smelter gives little show for a slag dump, but that is lo be obviated by the erection of a derrick with a thirty foot arm, which lifts the slag pots and swings them sixty feet from the fur nace. The cost of the furnace does not exceed $700. The aggregate expenses of the courts in New Mexico for two years past foots up $73,810.43. This sum is divided as follows: Bernalillo county, $3,451.30: Colfax couuty,$3, 603.67; Dona Ana, $7, 839.83; Grant, $7,407.34; Lincoln, $4, 786.50; Mora, $4,504.30; Rio Arriba, $3.211.78; San Miguel, $13,490.16; San ta Fe, $14,264.69; Socorro, $2,857.62; Taos, $3,623.50; Valencia, $3,189.77; Supreme Court, January, 1881, $961.90. Jurors' and witnesses pay,' mileage, sheriffs1, district attorneys' and clerks' fees, are included in the above. In the court expenses of the first and second districts are included traveling expen ses for Judges Prince and Parks. Al buqaerquc Review. Frceze-to-be-nobby-young-mcn : The fellows with carat diamondstiuU catch cold quickest. They expose their laun dried shirt fronts instead of buttoning up the ulster Intellectual legs: A London woman esthete on Mr. lrving's limbs thus in dulges: "Mr. lrving's legs are limpid ana utter. Both aro delicately intel lectual, but his left leg is a poem." A religious paper printed at Poohah, India, says of a young woman who committed suicide: "She ended her virtuous life in the cool retreat afford ed by a convenient and umbrageous well' A Printers Drraut. A printer sat in his office chair; his boots weie patched and his coat thread bare; while his face looked weary and worn with care. While sadly thinking of business debt, old morphens around him slowly crept, and before he knew it he soundly slept, and sleeping he dreamed that he was dead; from trouble and toil his spirit had fled, and that not even a cow bell tolled for the peaceful rest of his cow hide sole. As he wander ed among the shades, smoke and scortch of hades, he shortly observed an iron door that creaking hung on hinges ajar, but that entrance was cros sed by a red-hot iron bar, and Satan himself stood peeping out and watch ing for travelers thereabout, and thus to the passing printer spoke and with growling voico the echoes woke, "Come in, my dear, it shall cost you nothing, and never fear; this is the place where I cook the ones that never .uay their subscription sums, for though in life they may escape, they will find when dead it is too late; I will show you the place where I melt them with red hot chains and scrape of tin, and also where I comb their heads with broken glass and melted lead; and if of refresh ments the y only think, there's boiling water for them to drink; there's the red hot grindstone to grind down his nose, and if they mention they don't like fire, I'll sew up their mouths with red-hot wire; and then, dear sir, you should see them squirm while I roll them over and cook them to a turn. At these last words the printer awoke, and thought it all a practical joke; but still at times so real did it seem, that he cannot believe it was all a dream: and often he thinks with a chuckle ana grin of the fate of those who save their tin and never pay the printer. The Ilead-Lincr. The professors of journalism who pe riodically tell us about newspapers have failed to notice a comparatively mod ern and a very important feature of tbe newspaper, namely, the head-lines. This is a department of the paper wheh has stealthily conquered for itself an influence which even newspaper managers sometimes inadequately re cognize, It often happens that the in genious artist in this department is really editing the paper. He can con vey an impression which the writers of ponderous leaders are trying to avoid. He can create a doubt or a waken a sus picion by a single artfully-chosen word or sow broadcast an opinion which it may take columns of writing to show is unfounded. Suggestions that are bur ied in the bodies of articles may attract no notice; but the flaming head-line takes the eye at once, and its diagnosis of the matter which it criticises may be very wide off the mark without the av erage reader applying any corrective. The head-line largely regulates the em phasis that is given to the report of cur rent events. Small matters in this way may be magnified, and mere conjec tures invested with nearly the dignity of established facts. Toronto Mail. Humorous. America is a country where a man's statement is not worth two cents un less backed up with an ofl'erto bet you $10. . ' A correspondent wants to know how "burnt umber" is made. Very likely the makers have to cucumber to get the burnt article. When a man gives you his left hand to shake, it is sate to infer that he has done something with his right hand that he is ashamed of. Couldn't tell a lie: An honest Hiber nian, when asked if he had a pleasant time at the picnic replied: "I'll not desave ye, sorr; it was a dull time; sorra a black eye on the ground till after 3 o'clock. The star route men have had seven lawyers to pay for the last six months, and some people are beginning to think they are punished enough. A Dublin newspaper contained the following: "I hereby warn all persons from trusting my wife, Ellen Flanagan, on my account, as I am not married to her- H'rhe London Spectator says: "Genins protects itself." The Spectator has probably heard of the purchase we re cently made of a self cockingrevolver." Synopsized opinion by the court "These defendants are dismissed. The court finds they stole a large amount enough to entitle them to respect. Call the next case." E. A. HOWARD, Landscape Gardener and Florist Will contract for laying out New Grounds, Parks, etc., etc. Critors takon for planting out Shade Trees and Evergreens. All trcng warnnted to live. Terms onc-hnlf cnxh, at timo of painting; the other half when sutistlcd that the trees will grow. Address 13. A. HOWARD, Las Vegas, N. M. GRAN OPFXIXW. Millinery and Fancy Good. Mrs. S. R. Saulsbury, from Trinidad, will be ready to display her fine line of millinery goods Thursday morning, corner of Main and Seventh Streets, opposite M. A. Otero's residence. She has a very fine line of goods and the ladies of Las Vegas and vicinity are respectfully invited to be present. 12-7-2t Glorieta Shoeshop and Barbershop. Opposite the depot, Glorieta, N. M. 12-0-lw J. A. Finch, Prop. Blankets and wool en goods in great va riety at Chas. Ufeld's. Children's pianos and children's or gans, just received byMarcellino, Boffa & Perez. 12-H-ct Mrs. J. B. Baker & Co. have just re ceived a fancy lot of Christmas toys, toilet mats, light kid gloves and also the celebrated Fester kid g'ove. Ladies, hair and furnishing goods. Also a fresh line of confectionery and elegant cigars. Opposite St. Nicholas Hotel. 12-8-lw. Capt. Stark yesterday received a car load of corn and still there is more to follow. Go to him for forage for your horses. 12-8-0t. J. J. FITZGEERELL. THE LIVE REAL ESTATE Las Vegas, N. M. J. J. Kitzgcrrell, the livo real estate man, ha fur sale a large number of line busincM and desirable residence lota in different parts of the new and old portions of the city. Par ties seeking investments In real estate, busi ness chunees, business and dwelling houses, should call on FiUgerrcll; ho can accommo date them. A llaro Chance: QAA DOLLARS will buy a Choice Busmen OKJKJ Lot on Douglas Street. ID DOLLAlt.S a month, for twelve months, JLO will buy a Choice Residence Lot Q Cfl DOLLARS will buy a Good Four Bimm 0J W House, near Maehinc Shop. QAA DOLLARS will buy Chuleo Lots on 0JJ Main Ktreot. CHOICE Residence Lots In Beuna Vista ad dition. "innn DOLLARS will buy a Choiec.Corner XV JJ Lot oil Douglas Street. 7flft DOLLARS will buy a House and Lot on vv Main Street, renting for Twenty Dol lars a month. 1 AOn DOLLARS will buy two of the Best XJJJ Business Lots on Douglas Street. 1 Ori( Dollars will buy a Magnificent 0JJJ Cattle Range Ten Miles Square Well Watered and Sheltered. All under wire fence. Q1 ff buy I choice resl JliVWU denco Lots. ii DOLLARS will buy a house and OlW two Lots. OnA DOLLARS will buy a choice r.vil iJJ dence Lot. 1 CC O DOLLARS will buy one of the A,VJVV best Business Lots on Railroad Avenue. HUNDRED DOLLARS will buy a thrce O room Houso with Lot near the Depot. wJO 1 nnwin- buy two houses with three P XJ KJ lots, fronting the Park.A great bargain. Renting for $:)6.(i0 a month A RARE CHANCE. Will sell a valuableln terest in White Oaks mines and mill ma chinery nt a great bargain on account of sick ness. Inquire of J. J. Fitzgerrell the live real estate man. Vi 1 4 ) fx O Wi" ,,uy Rn elegant four room jA.iJ-J houso in flue order, rentlnjr for if:io per month. UífíriA Will buy a nice residence on Main p)0J street renting for 14 a month. Q 1 Q f f Will buy a good hotel on Rail V XXDJJ road Avenue renting at r0 per month. Q1 OOri WiUbl,y one of the bestbusl-fS-L tjy-'J ness houses and two lots on Douglas St. U9tAMONTHLY PAYMENTS. $230 will P-wVbiiy a no room house with a splendid lot centrally loeuted. Enquire J. J. FlTZOERRELL. . r r. . - Tno "ve real estate agent. OR LEA3E-Four lots ,3n Douglass and Lincoln Avenues. F' 4fff DOLLARS will buy a fine J V KJ stock dairy and farming ranch near the city. "1 PC Oí 1 DOLLARS will buy a splendid KJ KJ new residence, six rooms, two lots lronting on Maine Street. Rents for $10 per month. 6PiO i"iI)oUar8 wl11 buy "0 Í the . J KJ KJ best shingle mills in the terri tory, together with 8,01)0 acres of tine land, or a shingle mill man who understands the business this is a fortune. 70 nnAwl"'111 buy no 'f ypKJKJKJ tho largest and best ap po mud stock ranges in tho territory: a splen did residence; eight in iles of river front: nu merous lakes, and springs; well watered and well sheltered; all under fence; making oneof the best stock ranges in tho world. Grant title pcrteet. &6JOO Will Jbuy two lota on Zion Hll, j3i-'v--V A splendid bartrain. 'iJ-Fifi will buy a good new turco room vtt J KJ house and two lots near the rail road depot and round house. aV'íWí ' Wethent. ewes and lambs. SiV! FÍOO W1" buy one of the best bnsl- fP.'nf 11088 houscs in the city, rent ing at $1,000 a year. 1 also have for sale several fljje stock ranches in the different portions of théTerritory. FOIl KENT. A number of desirable business houses on tbe different business streets of the city, also offices, restaurants and dwellings. If you want to rent property call. Remember that the best business chances arc always to be hail by calling on ,. , J. J. FrrzoKKRicLb luo livo real estate agent, office on Grand avenue. CTTLE. 3,000 heart of best improved cattle for rale. For particulars enquire of J. J. FITZGEH RF.L, tho lire real estate agent. ll-stf Wanted-For Sale-For Rent-lost, TNSTALMENT PLAN-Will sell a few choleo A. resilience lots on monthly payments. , . , J. J- FlTZOBRUKLL. Live Real Estato Agent. ITANTED A smart boy to kick press. Ap TT ply at this cilice. 12-H-tf. WANTED A flrst-cluss drecsmakor. Ap ply at this office, v VfAíí,T,?I"A i0UPl ff passengers for , r n WhJK ?J4k? ,for0 Thursday. Inquire of D. P. Shields in Optic Block. Vi$-3t w ANTED. A go:d cook at the Michigan ' ' ' 1"' WANTED-Everybody who likes a good ,u n1 ' an? bed to sleep in, to come to the Nutional Hotel, South Side Plaza 11-IOtf WANTED -To buy and sell second hand goods. Will buy and sell at reasonable rates. Money advanced on goods at a reason rate, I also make furniture repairinf a speei brUl'gi, 'ür8t buiWu'lf east of the WANTED A gentleman wishes a single room, furnished, Preferably with a rc spectublo family, where he can have break liPt. ' AJ'u'y ftt Mr- Browning's of- F'OR SALE One bed room set, one Queen Annio parlor set, two carpets and one mirror at a bargain Inquire at the Delmonico restaurant, East Las Vegas. u -i FOR SALE A lot of good horses and mules. tor particulars call at the En liner A fne- ral, west of tho plaza. 11-19-tf rORSALE-W.J.Colvin has a lot of good J horses tor sale at the Exchange corral. li-l-3t. FOR SALE. Native shingles can be found at Mr. Hlanehard's store, on tho plaza, at wholesale prices. lÓ-Miint 1 IÍ,iaí,í?Uí-,no '"Mfo'cnTa'pTTil i 1 Ply 'y Brothers & Co., Glen Mora Ranch, Watrous. JO-l-tf FOR S ALE.-Canary birds, singly or in pairs. .. AnP'-v t Mrs. Potter on the street back of tho National Hotel. U-28-tf FOR BALE-MOO cedar posts. Apply to Okouok Ross, or at Lockharfs store. 10-2-rf. irí" KENT Furnished rooms. Apply to V Mrs. Judge Hubbell opposite Gazettr or-i!0.- H-aa-tf nWR RENT. Baca Hall, for balls, parties' L entertainments, lectures, etc. For terms apply to Will c Burton. Agentand Manage ROCO AMELIO, Dealer In STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES TORACOO, CIGARS AND NOTIONS. Best Native Wine Always On Hand SOÜT 1 1 SIDE, Op. let NAT'L BANK Ven Non. ' Venison at Hooper's meat market. Five tine, fat fawns just received at that market yesterday. liest head cheese, sausage, beef and pork at the California meat market. Thero is the place to get good bargains. 12-Mw \n\n SOCORRO, X. M.