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LAS VEGAS DAILY GAZETTE
t i NO. 142. V OL. 3. SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24, 1881. Onoe Mor to tla. Front ! " New York Clothing House CENTRE STREET HllANCnES AT jaLl"toiQLTa.rca.Ti. and. Demlns Bed Rock Prices Our tbn-e hous carry an I inmune stvck which cutililes us to defy II comi"Ution. Vt'e call especial attention to our being The Agents for Devlin & (Jo. Fur wilts to order in fifteen days. Satisfaction guaranteed or no wile. Also Agent for Biirt & Mear's Celebrated Hand-made Boots and Shoes. jH Come one I 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 BEOWNB & MANZ AN AEES LAS VEGAS AND fi 2 A 2 0 0 i -Q - O H PZO TPS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, $e. Speceal attention given to TTTaaI TTíAnc 73ol e E,c both hcre ná ln lhe buying and selling VY 001, AlUcS, 1 Olt5, Eiulern Markets. GEEAT INDTJCEMÉMTS Are offered lit tho J. ROSENWALD & GO. From thlidny till the lust day of December, we Our Stock of is very large nnd Regard-less Call For Your Supplies at J. Rosenwald Co., South Side of Plaza. DO "TOTJ REALIZE THAT AT OUT. ID. IMZZRCTTS' CKNTllli STREET, is the Neatest, Nicest and Cheapest Assortment of duo t ti. i nsr Gr 1 I)o you comprehend that at M .D. Marcus, Centro Street, is a perfect collection ot IIEAVV FALL AND WINTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS. DO YOU BELIEVE That right here Is the place where youcan buy Just what you want for less money than you pay for inferior goods elsewhere ? We aro prepared to PROVE. Permit us to show our Goods ii ml Prices. He also keep the Largest Stock of Groceries, WHOLESALE und RETAIL. Callón X. MARCUS Centre Street, Bast Xjas Vogaa, - J""w Mexico COAL AND WOOD YARD. GEORGE BOSS, Porprietor. Hts constantly on hand and for salo at n reasonable price tho best quality of coal In the marke and from tlfty to ono hnndred and fifty cords of Dry PInon d& Ceaar Wood' Cut by a horse powersaw to any length desired; also a large supply of cedar posts. All order left at Lockhart & Co's or Ilrown & Manzanares will receive prompt attention. ' ' OOKHART db CO. Las Vegas, New Mexico. , Wholesale and Retail Dealer ln HARDWARE Quoouawaro, STOVES & FURNITURE "ccp tho largest stock of Lumber, Huh, Doors, Blind, Paints, Oils and G )mi In the Territory SOCOKUO, X. 3d. - -r CO qb --hick.b.io ci fttíSSai'vl'aS? 4 Jf J i i V 0) s D.iy OooiIr House of will sell all goods ut "greatly reduced prices. Holiday Goods must bo closed out Of Cost. HEWS III TELEGRAPH Guiteau Makes a Speech Rejecting Mr. Scoville And Insists on Charles II. liced of Chi cago To Take Charge of the Defense In the Cnsei A .Man Shifts His Positiou and Causes the Wretch To Turn Pale and Trembkfin His Seat. Judge Me Crcary, of Iowa, Issues an In junction, Restricting the Iron Mountain Railway From Using The Wayner Car in Preference to the Pullman. The Florida Central R. R Transferred to Sir Edward Reid. Articles Filed for Incorporation of the Oceanic Steamer Co. Revolutionary Movements Breaking Out at Santiago, Chili. Guiteau Trial. Washington, December 23. This morning Guiteau, without any show of excitement, said: . It is said that I have been abusing Scoville. Now the fact in the matter is I want to make a speech about that. Scoville is doing very well in this case considering his theory, but he is not a criminal lawyer. He is a tine examiner of titles. He can tell you all about your abstracts f titles, but I cannot have Scoville here compromising my case. There is no lawyer in this court room but that knows he has asked ques tions for the defense which has been a positive injury to the defense. I can not sit here when my life is at stake and have him compromise my case in this way. My friend Charles H. Heed, who was for twelve years district attorney at Chicago, and a first-class lawyer, has very kindly consented to assume charge of this case and I introduce him to your honor and the jury and the Amer ican people. He is a good fellow. Sco ville is a good fellow, too, and I want him to continue in the case and help in every way. Scoville immediately arose to a per sonal explanation, stating the difficul ties under which he had labored and his disappointment at not receiving the assistance he had expected from cer tain eminent counsel. He asked if the court would pass upon the propriety CÍ Reed assuming active duties as asso ciate counsel in this case. Judge Porter thought it would be en tirely out of place for the court to be asked to rule upon such a proposition, and, speaking for the prosecution, pro raised no objection to Reed and no cri ticism of his course in becoming coun sel for the defence. Judge Cox- I think that is sufficient. 1 have privately stated that I saw no objection to such a course as Reed's par ticipating. Col. Corkhill It is absurd to ask about it. Reed has been assisting all the way through and has not been out of sight of the court room. Read, quickly, That is not true, Mr. Corkhill. Guiteau "Oh, Corkhill can't teli the truth, anyway. Reed has quietly assis ted for justice, as scores of lawyers have done in the interest of truth 'and justice. That is what they are here for." After some discussion between the counsel relative to striking out a cer tain portion of Dr. Diamon's testimony, Corkhill was about to call a witness when Guiteau broke out : "There is a vast amount of rubbish getting into this, but that has nothing to do with the condition of my mind on tho 2d of July. 'You can't tell what is going on in that foreman's mind or Judge Cox's. How can you tell what was in my mind on the 2d of July. All this nonsense is about whether I'm in sane, or was live years ago, has nothing to do with this case whatever. If I can't get justice here, I expect an act of God fr my protection. He has taken away the wife of one of the jurors, for which I am very sorry, and if necessnry he will take ne of the jurors right odt of the box to save my life in the interest of truth and justice." Scoville explained in regard to the letter of Dr. Spitzka, opened nnd com mented upon yesterday by Guiteau. He stated the letter was addressed to him (Scoville) and not to the prison er, He knew . it would be commented upon by tho prosecution that Spitzka had written toga man who he had said under oath was insane, and he (Sco ville) desired the court and jury should understand just how it occurred. WM. A. EDWARDS, Clerk in the office of Shaw said he heard the conversation in which Guiteau told Shaw that he would kill some big man some day as Booth did. This contradicts Shaw's testimony that nobody was present at the inter view, but he maintained his facts were correct. The prisoner attempted to involve the witness in fraudulent real estate transactions, and Scoville tried to quiet him, when Guiteau retorted: "I know what I'm doing. I will take my chance on getting thelaugh on him. This whole thing is a lie. My counsel takes it too seriously. It is a lie but let it go. This fellow ten years ago was a clerk on eight dollars a week. The idea fhat I should consult him in big real estate transactions. Such numb scull as this fellow. It is absurd and Judge Cox ought to . kick him off the stand. DR. S. II . TALCOTT, Medical expert fróm Middletown, New York, had treated over one thousand insane persons, and had observed Gui teau closely, and assuming that he told the truth regarding tho shooting and his life. I should SAV hn wna sntin rn July second. "HOW much do VOll ptiippI t rrnf 4 that opinion,' ' shouted Guiteau. "You nava neen nero two or three weeks, and I suppose you will want five hundred dollars, but I don't care a snap if you bring in live hundred such witnesses." Judge Cox demanded him to keep quiet. "All right, your honor. I will be quiet now. ' Davidge Your honor, piase note free agency quoted by the prisoner It op erates all right, and he can keep quiet now wheu he desires." Guiteau "I don't pretend I'm insane now, any more than you are; but on the second of July, and for thirty days before, I was insane, and that's the is sue." Then if you are sane now you should know how to behave yourself. Guiteau I do, and I behave just as well as you do. I appear as my own counsel, and have a much right to talk as you have. You have altogether too much to say in this case. You are as bad as a man born with the diarrhoea. Now you-keep quiet." The witness did not believe the pris oner acled under an insane delusion when he shot the President, and if by inspiration was meant a happy thought to commit the act, then he was inspired. In any other sense he was not. Recess. DR. HENRY P. STEARNS, Superintendent of the Hartford Univer sity, for insane, was the next witness From eight hundred to one thousand cases of insanity had come under his supervision during the eight years he had been connected with the institution. The witness had made four examin ations of the prisoner at the jail, direct ed to the physical and mental condition of Guiteau. Guiteau interrupted by saying, "You came to me doctor as a friend and I supposing you were going to testify for the defense, talked very freely with you about my religious feelings and all about myself. But Corkhill' s money was too much for you. I want to say here, that I don't pretend that I am any more insane at this minute than Dav idge. I won't say Corkhill, for I think he is cracked. (Laughter.) But I rest my case right on this claim, that I was insane on the second of July, when my inspirations; and state of my mind im pelled me upon the President. To make it short, that is all there is about it. I don't care what these experts say about my sanity now, that is got nothing to do with it." The witness detailed at great length the results of his examinations and in terviews with Guiteau. Pending cross examination tho court adjourned until to-morrow. Foreign. peoott's letter. Dublin, Dec. 23. Pegott, the former proprietor of the Dublin Irishman, pub lished a letter in which he says Fenian ism is practically extinct in America and in Ireland and . nearly so in Great Britain. That the no rent manifesto has caused such a ruin upon the re sources of the land league that they must soon be exhausted and that prob able the general adoption of a no rent policy will lead to such exasperation that there will be no organized attacks on the military and policy, which at tacks can be effectually stamped out and the league with them. INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION. It is stated the Industrial Exhibition will probably be held at Belfast, as a demonstration of loyalty. SEIZURE OF PAPERS. The police have seized three hundred copies of the United Ireland dated December 22nd, in various parts of the country, they having a Dublin imprint. It is stated they were printed in the Abby street oflice, where some of the copies were seized. The police deny this, but refuse to say where tho paper was printed. TO TAKE EFFECT IMMEDIATELY. Berlin, December 23. The most stringent rules for greater security in theatres against fire will take immedi ate effect. REVOLUTION. An alarming revolution is reported to have broken out at Jereme, Coyes, and Saint More. President Solomon with a strong force landed at Saint More and quelled the uprising there af ter one hundred and fifty men had been killed on both sides. The government house was sacked and other houses burned. President Solomon returned to Port an Prince to obtain reinforce ments. TWO WAR SCHOONERS. Santo Domingo, December 14. The news that a United States war steamer will survey Samanabay caused so much excitement that the authorities have prepared two war schooners from Cap ltallo to watch the American man-of-war. Revolutionary movements have bro ken out at Santiago, and President Me rino, then at Puerto Plata, started to Santiago with five hundred men. FIRE. Eleven houses at Bani burned caus- ing losses estimated at $225,000. No insurance. MEN ASKED FOR. Caraicas, Venezuela, Dec. 11. Pres ident Gozman Blanco asked the Legis lature for authority to organize a force of 2,500 men to suppress the threaten ed revolution. WILL JOIN IN HOLY WAR. Madrid, December 23. A dispatch from Tangiers says the troops dispatch ed by the emperor of Morocco to cap ture Chief Ben Amena have joined the latter in proclaiming holy war against the French. They subsequently defeat ed the tribes who refused to join them. The reVolt is spreading and the emper or has neither tho requisite means nor prestige to suppress it. Washington Notes. Washington, Dec. 23. Gen. Crook has arrived here to look after his chances for promotion in the event of General McDowell being retired. The event is not likely to happen for some time. Kasson will be chairman of the com mittee on the inter-oceanic canal, a committee which will surely be author ized by a resolution now pending. It is believed it will be one of the leading committees in the House, because the ship railroad commission isuexpectcd to be here in full force. AH executive departments will be closed on Monday next and January 2. The Alaska Fired On. Washington.Decembcr 23. A private letter received in this city yesterday from South America states that rumors are rife there that tho United States steamer Alaska has been fired into and struck twice, damaging her so serious ly that she had to return to Callao for repairs. Neither the State Department nor the Navy Department have receiv ed any information on the subject and the report is discredited; The FrlffhtvBOd Wretch. Washington, Dec. 23. Yesterday when Guiteau was opening his mail and commenting on it and said, "I opened my mail for the first time this a. ni., and there was only one crank letter in the whole lot. That is a good showing. People are learning and are beginning to look on meas great man. I don t care a snap whether I am a great man or a little man. I know one thing, however; I am getting more popular. I'm getting up, etc. There was a kind of an interruption that did not please Guiteau. He showed his craven fear and turned deathly pale when a tall, lean, lank, raw-boned man, with lan tern jaws and iron-gray beard, who looked as if he might be a Georgia or a Vermont crank, stood up in the audi ence about ten feet behind the prisoner and acted as if about to move forward. Guiteau became very nervous and Mr. Scoville and wife, who usually bear ex citement of the court room with com posure, also seemed somewhat startled. The Bailiffs in charge of Guiteau, quickly shouted, "Sit down, sir! Sit down! '. It appears that the man sim ply wished to change his position. tuc-fca. New York, Dec lb thetock market to-day there was unsettled feeling, but the only decline was Northern Pacific preferred 3, but it immediately ad vanced 2 per cent. In the afternoon there was a further decline from 92 to 68 making an entire drop of 5 per cent. Other stocks declined in sympathy, but in the late dealings there was a steady advance of J 2J. The Denver & Rio Grade and North ern Pacific, were the chief factors in activity. The closing was firm. Up to noon 340,000 changed hands The statements of the Vanderbilt roads demoralized stocks because they showed the damage done by railways. These factions have been already dis counted by insiders. It is thought the recent down turn is stopped for the present. Small Pox. Chicago, 1 Dec. 23. Health Commis sioner lie Wolf learning that the steam er Westphalia had just arrived at New York with 1,200 immigrants infected with small pox, has requested medical officers in charge of the New York quarantine to detain the whole load for fourteen days, and protested against their immediate passage to the north west. The commissioner says he will protect Chicago in the premises, and calls upon the State board of health to act. Secretary Rouch sustains De Wolf, and notifies the New York of ficials and railway officials that these people will not be allowed to enter Illi nois until the proper time has expired. False Rumor. Washington, Dec. 23. Commodore Walker, chief of the bureau of naviga tion and repairs, says that the report that the Alaska has been fired on is ab surd, and that if there had been any foundation for it the navy department would have been informed long before this. The rumor reported came by letter, whereas, in the judgment of the naval authorities, if there had been any truth in it the fact could eassily have been communicated by telegrapn . Injunction Issued. Keokuk, December 23. Judge Mc Creary issued an injunction restraining the Iron Mountain railway from substi tuting the Wagner for the Pullman sleepers on that road. The case will be argued in the future in St. Louis. The Iron Mountain proposed to put Wagner cars on the Texas Pacific, International and the Great Northern, and the dis tribution was to begin to-night; but Judge McC ery has blocked the scheme. Jay Gould is in correspond ence on the subject with his agents and officers here, and will, it is said, make a bitter fight. Choice of the Jfonopnllat. Chicago, December 23. The Times says one of the most formidable rail road lobbies ever known at Washing ton is laying plans for the opening of tho Indian ierritory. It was this com bination, marshalled by Don Cameron, which made Keifer Speaker of the House. For Secretary of the Interior, Chaffee would be the choice of the en tire band of monopolists. F led Articles of Incorporation San Francisco, Dec. 23. To-day ar ticles of incorporation of the Oceanic Steamship Company were filed for the purpose to conduct a general passenger and freight business between San Francisco and the Hawaian Islands and other ports on the Pacific Ocean and elsewhere. The Incorporators are Charles Goodell, Claus Sprakles, Jas. DeFremery, E. L. G. Steele, A. L. Tubbs, Gustave Tonehard and C. A. Sprakles. The capital stock is $2,500, 000. Grants Them Leave. Washington, Dec. 23. Applications having been made by cadet midship men at the naval academy for leave of absence during Christmss for a holi day, the Secretary decided that such students as desire to visit Washicgton on Christmas may be granted leave cf absence from Sunday morning till Monday evening, and no more. Transfer of the Florida Central. J acksonville, Florida, December 23. The Lengle interest in the Florida Cen tral railway was to-day sold to Sir Ed ward J. Reid, an English capitalist. The transfer gives Sir Edward tno Con troling interest in the Florida Central of which he was to-day elected Pres ident. , No Advloes From PeLon . Burlington, la., Dec. 23. Up to this hour Mrs. DeLong has received no ad vices different form those already given to the public. It is believed that it will be some time before DeLong' s party can be heard from after the relief party reaches them. Pipe Line Completed. New York, Dec. 23. A dispatch re ceived at the office of the company in this city to-day states that the pipe line will be completed Thursday, and water turned into the mains. . 1 . - . Minias; Stocks. New York, December 23, Mining stocks toeday were very active and ir regular. Robinson declined to $2.00 and closed at $2.02. State Loans, numbers two and three, rose from $1.30 to 1.00 and closed at $1.55. , Nevro iRioiers' Trial. Meridian, Miss., December 23. The trial of the negro rioters is proceeding,' and the testimony is pretty strong against them. , toek Market. New York, Dec. 22. Silver bars 1.12. Money, 6's, governmeuts, steady. Stocks firmer; Western Union, 7. Pacific, 40. Mariposa, 4. Weils. Fargo & Co. 1.35. New York Central 1.33J. Erie, 41J. Panama, 2.95. lore Forgery. Newark, N. J.. December 23. More forgery by Auditor Paimer is coming to light. Class in geology. "Who can tell mo anything about a strait?" asked the teacher. Boy "I heard my dad say last night that it beat two pair." A wit recommends that the pitcher which has remained in an Amherst family unbroken for 125 years, should be engaged to a Boston nine. W. A. Crofut was shoeked at the nu dity which he saw in Naples, and he is a newspaper man who always had free passes to every variety show that came along. It must be awful over there. Detroit Free Press. Kasonie Orand Lodge At the session of the Grand Lodge at Las Cruces the following officers for the ensuing year were elected: Worshipful Grand Master, Henry L. Waldo, Santa Fe; Deputy Grand Mas ter, Geo. J. Dinkel, Las Vegas; Senior Grand Warden, A. J. Fountain, Las Cruces; Junior Grand Warden, W. B. Childers, Albuquerque; Grand Trea surer, Secretary Ritch, Santa Fe; Grand Secretary, David J, Miller, Santa Fe; Grand Lecturer, Louis Sulz bacher, Las Vegas; Grand Marshall. W. McClure, Las Vegas; Grand Stewards, Wm. C. Hazleton, Albuquerque, and N. Raymond, Paraje; Grand Sword Bear er, Mr. Whitcomb, Albuquerque; Grand Senior Deacon, A. Z. Huggins; Grand Junior Deacon, Charles Wilden stein, Watrous; Grand Tyler, Christian Duper, Las Cruces. The members of the lodge who at tended from this city are profuse in their thanks to the Aztec Lodge No. 3, and also to the people of Las Cruces for the kind treatment and hospitality which they received. The fine ball and banquet giveu by the Aztec Lodge on Wednesday evening was a most enjoya ble affair. The Las Vegas Lodge is in a nour ishing condition. Afine building will be erected just as soon as arrangements can bo made, not later than the spring. Geo. J. Dinkel has offered to donate two lots at the foot of Douglas avenue, near the academy, for the purpose. The cost of the building will br met by pri vate subscriptions. The Silver City Lodge, No. 405, A. F. and A. M., will apply to the Grand Lodge, now in session at Las Cruces, for a new charter, and will surrender the old charter from the Missouri Grand Lodge, under which it has thus far been working. Thus is healed the unfortu nate difference between Missouri and New Mexico, the former having ack nowledged its error and advised Silver City Lodge to acknowledge the juris diction of the Grand Lodge of New Mexico. Lone Star. Dr. Lapham will take charge of the postoffice on the first of the new year. His bond for $10,000 has been filed and will be forwarded immediately to Washington. The office will probably be located in one of the new buildings now under way on Min street, and ad joining the News oflice. Dr. Lapham will have one of tho neatest and best arranged offices in the Territory, which will be quite an improvement upon the present cramped up quarters. Socorro News. One of the prominent citizens of So corro had been missing wood from the wood pile in the rear of his house, and decided upon a plan to detect the cul Drit. He loaded a stick with powder and awaited developments. One morn ing soon after he heard an explosion in a neighbor's house, and rushing over, found the stove burst open, and things in a bad state of affairs. The scheme might be used to advantage in this city. Las Vegas deserves credit for the way she stands up to her local papers. The citizens of that city appreciate what their newspapers are doing for the place and give them a generous support. If a man there has nothing but a last, a pegging all and a waxed end hs advertises his business and pays for it. Las Vegas does not look upon her papers as ft charity to be grudg ingly maintained. Trinidad Aew.i. Miss Amanda Kemman died in La Grange, Ills., a Chicago susurb, cd December 12. It will be remembered that Miss Kemman, in an advanced stage of consumption, came to Las Ve gas with hor mother several months ago, with hopes of being cured. Tho disease was too far advanced, however, and she returned home to din a few weeks ago. A Discount of 25 per cent, on all winter goods, nubias, jackets, etc., at Clements & Martinez's 12-23-01. Oysters, Oysters, Oys ters. Mallory & Co's Baltimore Oysters at Kollock & Cooper's, East Las Vegas. Real Estate Office. m m OPTIC BLOCK, EAST LAS VEO AS, N. M. READ OUR BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE. Desirable Business Houses, Elegant Residences and Unimproved City Prop erty offered at lowest prices. Taxes paid for non-residents. Rents Collect ed. All kiuds of legal blanks for sale Deeds, Leases. Mortgages and other instruments affecting tho trausfer or exchange af real estate executed and acknowledged. 4750 DOLLARS is the price of an cleirsnt and subxtnntlal Mructur 6f brick and stone on ltnilroud Avenue that rents tor $75 per month) 600O DOLLARS will bur a onchalf Interest in a block of buildings situated In Uie most desirable business portion of the town, that brings a rental income of $160 per month. 5000 DOLLARS will buynnc of tho best bust ness houses in Ent Las Vegas; renin for lo0 per month. , 515Q DOLLARS will buy a block of build. TiiKS in tho best part of town that rent for $1,900 per year. 350O DOLLARS for the finest comer, with substantial improvements, In Las Vegas. This Is n rare bargain. 1O0O DOLLARS will bur a lot on Sixth iiircct thill is worth $2,500. A splendid investment. 1(300 DOLLARS will buv a lot on Douglas Avenue that will double in value within twelve months. TOOO DOLLARS will buy an elegant new hold on two of the best corner lots in Las ' Vegas. Rents for $130 per month. 19O00 DOLLARS will buya corner in Lbs egns ihatispnyingabigrent on thelin vestmcnt. This corner is covered bv flue buildiiiRsaiid is a great bargain. 2000 DOLLARS will buy a house, nnd cor ner lot on Douglas Avenue that pnvs a rent of $."i0 per month. 3500 DOLLARS will buy it lino livery star ble thnt rents for $50 per month. The lots alone mv $VH) worth the money 110O MOLLA KS will buy a business next to (ho Opile block. 4000 DOLLARS will buv three nice lots next to the new Snn Sliguel National mow Bite. lOOO DOLLARS will buy u it m xt to the new Sun Miguel National Hunk building. 2400 DOLLARS will buy six nice lots in ..-i ui. urn tivvi rHii Mtguci manorial Hank building. 1200 DOLLARS each will buy two nice-bus-iness lots on Douglas Avenue. 80O DOLLARSeucn will buy two nice lots on Lincoln Avenuo in the late burnt district 20OO DOLLARS Twill buy four nice coi ner lots close to business center on Lin coin Avenue. BOO DOLLARS each will buy six nlco resi lience lots close to Episcopal church. 60 DOLLARS each will buv several nice cor ner lots in tho Huena Vista addition. 55 DOLLARS each will buv fifteen lots in tho Hill SitcTown Company'saddition. X25 DOLLARS each will buv four nlco lota fronting on Grand Avenue In Hill Bite Town Company'saddition. ISO DOLLARS each will buy corner lots one and two in block thirty-flve, Hill Site Town Compa-ny's addition. ISO DOLLARS each will buy five lots in block thirty-sixHill Site Town Company's addition. ' ' 105 DOLLARi each will buy twenty-two elegant lots ln the Hill Sito Towh Com pany's addition. 250 DOLLARS each will buv lots 13 and H m block ;! in tho Hill Site Town Com puny s addition. 250 DOLLAUS euch will buv lots 15 and 1 in block W in the Hill She Town Company's addition. 200 DOLLARS each will buy lots 17 to 21 inclusive in block 36, Hill Site addition. 10 DOLLARS each will buy lots 22 to 48 inclusive in block i, Hill Site addition. 200 DOLLARS each will buy lots 27 and ft! in bloco o7 Hill Sito addition. X50 DOLLARS $13 teach will buv lolsS to 7 inclusive, block Í17, in the Hill Site addi tion. 225 DOLLAltSench will buv four nice loUi in block M, Hill Site addition. 200 DOLLARSeach will buv two nice corner lots in block 40, Hill Site addition. 150 DOLLAUS each will buy tlvo nice lots in block 40, Hill Situ addition. 225 DOLLARS each will buy four nice cor ner lots in block 4i), (fronting toward the city), Hill Site addition. 20O DOLLARS each will buv two splendid lots in block 40, Hill Site addition. Residence Property. CAPITALISTS AND BUSINESS MEN AT tcntion! I have for suit- the most elegant residence and the handsomest furnished home in;Las Vegas. Wo sell everything completo from tho well stocked cellar to tho elegant double parlors, together with tho family car riage and horses. Call for particulars. ft I00O will buy an elegant six room house and fourchoiee lots, with necessary outbuild ings on Railroad Avenue, near the depot. $3500 will buy an elegant, modornTjuilt brick house ami two nice corner lota, eight rooms, ail fenced iu, and rents for $60 per month. $2000 will buy a fine brick houso with four rooms, on Main Street, that rents for $30 per month. $2000 will buy an elegant frame house, elirhl large rooms; two nieo lots; good well of jyateri nice shade trees in front vard and roní.? for $45 per month. $1 800 will buy H nlce frame resldcncewith four rooms and to corner lots; rents for $' per month. $S0O will buy a newly buiit frame bouse with four nice rooms. , $4,500 will buy nn elegant residency with Ave corner lots that are worth $2,S0t cash. House has twelve large rooms and rents for $100 per month. $l,liio will buy a desirable residence with four large rooms, on Main Street between the two towns. Ranches for sale of all sizes and all prices for pastoral und agricultural purposes. Do you want lo buy a lot? Do you want to buy a bouncy Do von want to sell a lot? 1 Do you want to sell a house!1 Do you have a house to rent? Do you want to rent a house? I Do you want to Invest your money so as to secure the lies! returns in tho shortest time? H so, call on us, aud we will endeavor to please you. 1 No trouble to answer questions. ' No trouble to show you uninnd. It you come to Las Vegas to locate or invest I sure tocóme and see us and wc will do you OALVIN FB5K, REAL ESTATE AGEIIT Optic Block, East Las v e$ a N. M.