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TE. LAS VEGA VOL. 3. -, - , .. .... ..- - . i - . , . i "Once MCoire TI1K New York Clothing House Bed Rocfc Prices C ir"' - call i'iit v. : t ji ii i Tiie A oren For u; to to rder ln llfi"?;i duys S-it -r-toti SPBux; & Meir's Ci-:jt.-rl I Come one! come all! Latest styles this Fall, Our new House is open. The fresh stock unbroken Eats, Caps, Boots and Shoes In any shape you choose, Kons lower than our margin Gc o the New York Clothing House to Bargain. k GHlies, Propr's Gárr BROWNE & MANZANARES LAS VKIIAS AND Z'ZO WS, AGRWULl URAL IMPLEMENTS, S;c. Special attention given to TJTT..1 T-T-l 1 '-n TW'l'r' Etc- ,,oth ll n' nl1'1 tllB buying and Belling YVU .'i, AlJ.'.l-.o. A vlO, Eastern Markets. GEEAT INDUCEMENTS Are ( ff creel at the J. ROSENWALD & CO. Fr tn this by till the lust day of December, wo Our Stock of in very largo mid Rega: JLless Call Fo Vour Supplies at J. Roseuwald Co., South Side of Plaza. HP. COGHLAN lias Opened the Largest and Best Assorted Stock of BOOTS AND SHOES WHOLESALE AND KETAIL, EVER BROUGHT TO NEWMEXICO. Xj. Hj- Howison, ISLstUiCisesjr The AttflntiBrtf Dealers Is Called to this Stock. Work Done to Order, rt ATTiTiOiijtAVE., EAST LAS VEG-AS. COAL AND WOOD YAED. GEOFC "3 ROSS, Porprietor. Hu constantly !. !:i'l ill ' f y tIc lit ti reasonable price the best quality of conlintho mitrke imd from fifty to one hnndred and fifty cords of Dry XlrtorL cfc Cedar Wood Cut by a horso power saw to any length deslrod; also a largo supply of cellar posts. All orders left at Lockhnrt & Co's or Browne & Manzanares will receive prompt attention. Las Vegas, New Mexico. Wholosnlo and Retail Dealer In HARDWAR jEU Queouawaro, STOVES & iKocp the largest stock of Lumber, Sash, Doors, ..oja-!" :; !' uil ci,n.;ja;..-.n. V.' r : fc Co- jii ifU... red arr. . miIc. A No A;eut for - .:::r:.: 2;v:3 and Bhoes. SOCOR'.'O. N M. D.iy Goods House of will "i ll nil g.-ods nt greatly reduced prices. Holiday Goods must bo closed u( or Cost FURNITURE Blinds, Faints, Oils aid Glass In the Territory - WEDNESDAY . nun nu Tn rnnnnii ii liiu di tuüniirn A Terrible Shooting Affray Takes Plat e at Socorro, In which Charlie Hill liei-cives a Death Mound And Several Others ure Hurt, but not Seriously. The Criminal Court at Washington, D. (.'., Crowded. The Prisoner says he Enjoyed a Splendid Christmas, And Received Many Flowers From Different Ladies. The Steamer West Point Explodes on the River York, Killing Nineteen Persons and Wounding Many More. Socorro Shooting. Special to the Gazette. Socorro. Dec. 20. A terrible shoot ins; affray took place here a 7 o'clock last evening. It appears that during last winter two brothers, named Charlie and Butch Hill, desired to open a dance house, which was opposed by the best portion of the citizens, among whom was Col. Eatou, the proprietor of a drug store, who nets as deputy sheriff, and who has resided in the Ter ritory for the past thirty-two years. This evening the Hill brothers and their friends came in from the mines And en gaged in drinking in M. A. Grenc wald's saloon on the plaza. They soon became enraged by drink and made threats against those who had formerly opposed them in opening a dance hall. Col. Eaton, .upon hearing this, ordered Chief of Police Monroe to go and disarm them. The Colonel went at (he same ttme and as he en tered the saloon he was seen by Charley Hill, who fired at him and broke his left arm at the elbow. The colonel returned the lire, as did also an officer. Hill was shot in the mouth, and it is not known at present whether the wound, will pi ovo fatal or not. much Lull is under arrest ami the po lice are scouring the country for Dan O'Neil, who was a a companion of the Hills at the time of the shooting. Col Eaton is not considered fatally, wound ed. Officer Charley Ransom was shot in the left hand, but the wound is not serious. LATER. Socoro, Dec. 27. Charley Hill, who was shot here on Sunday evening, died last, nmiit at 8 o clock. 1 lie town is quiet. (ulle.iu Triitl. Washington Dec. 27. The court to day was densely packed. Upon reach ing his seat Uuiieau said: 'T had a nice Christmas dinner ami hope everybody else had. 1 had 'ots of fruits, flowers anil lady visitors and a good time generally." DH. A. E. MCDONALD, superintendent of Ward's Island Insane hospital, testified that during his prac tice he had six thousand eases of in sanity and had given special attention to the study of insanity. The witness stated the difference between delusions and insane delusions, one being sub ject of correction by judgement and senses, the latter not being correctable, and for that reason denominated in sane delusions, also illusions and hallu cinations, giving illustrations from his own experience. He bel:eved, judg ing from experience, that the claims of inspiration frequently asserted by in sane persous, proceeded from a source of hallucination or insane delusion effecting the senses. The witness was then asked if a per sons acting under the claim of inspira tion would indicate it in any other way than by their assertions, and replied that actions and behavior would indi cate it as well as their assertions. To illustrate it the persons claiming to be Jesus Christ, and acting under an in spiration, clothed himself like the Saviour and gave away property, slept out doors, beouuse the Saviour had not where to lay his head. The witness was asked if such perf sons would leel any apprehensions o bodily injury or would take any pre cautions to guard against clanger. He replied Inspiration aiways over rides all fear, bodily pain or injury.and renders the person who believes ho is acting under inspiration wholly oblivi ous to such considerations. The witness was asked if such per sons usually planned with deliberation, and replied: On the contrary their acts are sudden in both conception and exe cution as a rule and they seldom at tempt to avoid the consequences in any way. There are two kinds of insanity. "Doctor," suggested the prisoner, "there is crank insanity and the Abra ham insanity. The latter is the school 1 belong to. Tell us what you think of Abraham, doctor?" The witness described what is com monly called temporary insanity where a man commits an act which is only ev idence of insanity, and where a person is to all appearances perfectly sane in all respects both before and after the act. Guiteau "That's just my case exact ly." Witness- I do not. believe in such in sanity, and in all my experience have never seen an instance rot it. Corkhill Doctor, we had a young man here from Chicago, an agnostic, who testified that one In every Ave is insane. What would you to say to that? - , Scoville asked to have the ques tion read by tho reporter and sharply rebuked the district attorney for per sisted attempts to injure the character and to cast slurs upon the witnesses for M N I V D IiORMBER 28. 1881. the defense. I do not care to be con tinually objecting to such matters. He may continue to do so if he elioses, and we will wait tell we get to the jury. Corkhiil 'll, then, suppose yon wait. The witness on reulv to the question said, in the group of wider that yo'Mig man makes one. the oilier lour win ue pretty tnfe. The witness thought a person acting under inspiration to com mit a deed would not be deterred lroiu the commission of that act throuirli any consideration of personal harm to all ot her person. uuitcan "un, you are talking aooui cranks now. I don't belong to that school." The witness then proceeded at some length to give reasons for his opinion, using the expression, I have frequent ly noticed that his most violent inter ruptions have been made when the weight of evidence was against him. Tim counsel for the defense objected, tí the witness was usurping the founda tion of the jury, who aione could pass upon the fact that the evidence was for or against tne prisoner. . The court overruled the objecti jn and the exception was noted by the defense. Guiteau "You are making great ado about nothing, Doctor. Ido not pre tend I am insane- Tell us what you know about Abraham, get your money and go home." The witness closely analyzed the con duct and remarks of the prisoner dur ing the trial and concluded he had been play his part ever since the first day. At the outset the prisoner, he said, had directed all his abuse against one of the counsel, and afterwards against all of them. Guiteau "Well, you see, doctor, Corkhill has corrupted the rest of them. 'Evil communications,' you know, 'cor rupt good morals.'" The first hypothetical question of the prosecution was read aim objec tion made by the defence to the clause assuming that he raised an axe to kill his sister, which act the prisoner denies, on the ground that the witness could not be asked to pass upon the hypothetical questions containing two propositions diametrically opposite. After argument, the court sustained the objection, and the prosecution mo dified the question, lú the modified form it was put to the witness, and he replied, I believe tho prisoner to have been sane. Objection to the question and reply wan rioted by the defence. Recess. After recess. Dr. McDonald again took the stand. Corkhill then read the second hypo thetical question. The witness answered, assuming tho facts set forth to be true and adding that statement to others, it strengthens my opinion Üiat tho man was sane on the second of July Exception to questions and answers was noted by the defense. The witness visited Guiteau in person and examined him on the main inci dents of his life, including the assassin ation, which the prisoner cal.ed "my inspiration." The witness asked him why, if it was God's work, he didn't leave the details to the Almighty' and not practice with u pistol. Tlie prisoner Hushed a little, and said: The Almighty of men leaves His details to His agents'. The prisoner said, re garding lutivre plans, that while he was not insane lie had studied up iusanity and believed the jury would find that he wiis legally insane on July second, and would acquit him. That he Would go to the insane asy;um and after a few months the commissioners of insauity would pass on the case and find him sane, of course, and discharge him. The witness be ieved Guiteau a perfect ly sa Hi man. Adjourned. Murtevii Ki.letl. Richmond, Dec. 27.- News was re ceived hero this morning from West Point on York river, of a terrible dis aster to the steamer West Point, of tho Clyde line, plying between that point and Baltimore. The West Point ar rived at West Point early yesterday morning and the gang began discharg ing the cargo. They cleaned out all I lit) freight between the decks and had gone below i ito the ho:d to tal e out a quantity of kerosene oil, when at ten minutes past twelve, midday, an ex plosion occurred which blew off the side of lite vessel into the river and set li 'e to tho ship. Nineteen persons, in cluding four of the crew and nearly all of the steward's hands perished. The first and second officers escaped, one of tisem being badly injured. The Capt. being on shore was saved. The crew were mostly from Baltimore and the laborers from Richmond. PULLMAN. The Man fflm Run the Porambnla. tine Lodgi ig Il.nia b. The history of Mr. Pullman is that of a busy man sagacious, ambitious and useful. He is now about 47 years of age, in perfect health, systematic in his habits, and good for twenty years, at least, oí work. He has a home in Chi cago that cost nearly $400,000, where he lives mostly win e in America. He has elegant summer places on the St. Law rence and at Long Branch, at which one of his four brothers, two of whom are preachers, or some of his immediate family or friends may be found during the summer. He spends much of his time in Europe. The secret of his be ing able to accomplish so much busi ness is his marvelous powerof discrim ination in selecting his lieutenants. . He simply has to order, and the work is done. Mr, Pullman got his start in mining in Colorado. He made some money there, and Mr. H. I. Kimball was, 1 believe, associated with him. It is said that ho was worth less than one $100,000 when he began with the sleep ing cars. He bought out the patents of Wagner and Woodruff and organized the Palace Car company on a small scale. The same company now has over 1,200 palace, hotel and sleeping cars running in this country. Tnese cars cost more than $15,000,000. The Pullman Southern company, of which he is president, has about eighty-live cars running, and is building new ones as rapidly as possible. This company is managed by Major Thomas Hayes, of Louisville, and he has handled, it.as he does everything else, successfully. I hear that it had nearly $400,000 debt five years ago, when he took it. It has about paid this debt in live years and added $500,000 worth of cars a pretty good record. Pullman cars have been put on the roads in England, but none are running on the continent. In Eng land they aro very successful. In this country the railroad company pays three cents a mile for every mile the car is pulled over the road. It furnish es lights and gas. The Pullmans main tain and equip it. Some of the roads have abolished the Pullman cars and put on a line of sleepers of their own. This custom is not growing, however, some of the roads having abolished their own sleepers and recoutracted with the Pullmans. The hotel cars do not pay on any line, but are kept on as a convenience, and in the hope that they will pay llindly. The chief enter prise w ith Which Air. Pul man has been connected since he organized the sys tem of cars that bears his name was the elevated system of New York. The cars were and are made his works. His next enternriso was the city of Pullman. This is now occupying his lime and will keep him busy for a year or two. He wi 1, doubtless, enlarge it even beyond its present scheme, and add new indus tries to the vast ones already collected there, and thus, maybe, the need for more workmen and more hands. Neto York Express. Ii'a 'it All Wind. Las Vegas is enterprising. The other towns in the Territory, just springing into existence, say she is windy and gets her prominence on the strength of blowing. There is some truth and much enyy in this charge. She is not modest in setting up her claims, but she has something really worth bragging about. She has the most energetic, pub.ic-spir-ited. driving set of business men in the Territory. This element alone will make a successful town, because they are up early, watch their opportunity, and keep ahead. During her brief ex istence she has built up several streets with nearly solid one and two-story blocks, built a horse railroad from the depot to old town, supplied the cily with gas, put in a telephone exchange, established two daily papers.organized a police force, put in a line ot public water works six miles long with a head 405 feet high, started an academy, a fe male seminary, given good support to pubiic schools, organized two or three churches and built two or three good hotels and a number of others not so good. Most of the work has been done by individual enterprise, subscription and corporations. There is no Territo rial law for organization, and, conse quently, no town debt. Even the po lice is supported by part payment from the county coupled with individual sub scriptions. Vermont Union. The Art of Talking. If we notice closely we shall find that the people who are the most popular in social life are those who understand not only how to talk themselves, but how to make others talk. This is a very valuable gift. To be able so to di rect conversation as not to uispiay your own knowledge, but to draw out the opinions and quicken the thoughts of those with whom you talk this is an accomplishment indeed. It makes each a. contributor to the enjoyment of all, and it leaves with each a pleasant sense of having said something which others were glad to hear. This is very differ ent from the consciousness of having been bored r snubbed or both, which lesser folks often carry away from the presence of a fluent and tyrau ical talker. There is a good deal of this sort of conversational missionary work waiting to be done, and the time which we spend in chatting about the weather might be very profitably de voted to it. It should be borne in mind that there is scarcely auy one of aver age intelligence who cannot, if he is drawn out, talk instructively about at least one thing, the thing with which he is practically the most familiar, or which is connected with his regular la bor. Is your conipauion on the car or on the street a machines!, a manufac turer, an artist, a builder lead the con versation around to the one subject, if there are no others, in which he is sure to be interested. The result will be that you will p. ease him, and gain fresh knowledge yourself. Whoever talks much thus with specialists upon their chosen department or labor or thought, will get together a fund of valuable in formation, not to be learned from the books. About Advertising. The Indianapolis Journal has an ad mirable article n "The Evolution of Advertising," in the course of which it is very truly said: "Advertising has been, like every other adjunct of mod ern life, a matter of evolution. Now it is a tine, as well as a useful art. It is inseparable from business. It is busi ness. It continues to develop. Now it is well understood that the journal which sustains itself for its characteris tics as a newspaper has no rival as an advertising medium. The day of plac ards, mere advertising sheets, huge and preposterous sign and bill boards have passed. He who would command the eye of tho public must seek that medium which for other reasons com mands public respect. A good news paper, which is eagerly seized in the morning because it is a man of the busy world of the day beiore, can have no rival as an advertising medium. It meets a thousand eyes to which the lit tle fraud living on the credulty of its advertising patrons never comes. It imparts to their advertisements some what of the dignity and good faith of its columns. Tho result is that the best newspapers are the best advertising mediums, and become so only when they have earned and maintained a character for enterprise and reliability. BRIEI'N. An Austin, Texas, dispatch savs the narrow gauge railway will be graded to Rusk. Stanton colliery will be flooded to ex tinguish the fire, throwing the miners out of work till spring. A certificate of organization was yes terday issued to the Young Men's Christian Association of Bloomington. The Captain General of Cuba has dis covered false certificates by which 170 negroes who ought to be free are held in bondage. The Debtford flour mills at London, were burned yesterday. Besides a loss of 90,000, many persons were thrown out of employment. Hterks. New Voiik, Dec Silver Bars Stocks irregular but firm Western Union Quicksilver Paoitlo Maripoa Wells, Farpro 4- Co Npw York Central Erie Panama "" Union Pacific .,' Central Pacific . 27. 1 KV, 78 K 4!4 4 1 90 1 32'' W, 1 89 1 Wi i Reduction In Coal Flgnrcs. I will sell coal from this date at $9 per ton. Car load lots or more than five tons will be sold less. 23-6t George Ross. A few more dolmans left. Will close them out at cost at 13-2á-6t. Clemeat MarMneVs. - " X) 145. . ,. r77 joea! office Naothwrstrrn llaman S. Ernest Havier, a noted Action in a story called "A Little. Ineidenw the Southwest." relates how parson , who was beloved by al! the cC.1n.tr3 1 'round, was murdered, it was mpposi d, by a man until that day esteemed bj his fellow men. They tako him from out of tho sheriffs custody, hold a Judge Lynch court, and are about to string him up when a stranger presents him self who turns out to be a notonou- stago robber, and declares himse.f ti be the parson's butcher. He demands 10 be hanged ou the spot. He cou 0 not see an innocent man hang for hii crime. The court is touched, and see. him across the border. Although thi "little incident" sounds a little tliin.wt must take Mr. Havier's word for th truth of the story. His moral is a po etical and beautiful one, and we gladly give our readers a chance to baisu witii pleasure, for it is they that are implied : "Manhood and heroism are to be found free, pure and unadultera ted in very many places where the hand of science has not reached, the voice of civilization been heard, or the dew of culture descended. But emo tions which grow elsewhere and devel op into what is finest in tone, are here found in their elemental beauty. It is not often that we see one man who will, in the very shadow of the gallows, sub stitute himself for another, that the hu man justice he has outraged may be ap pealed from to that celestial justice which tells of hope for all. The life of a new nation is a perpetual struggle while it is new, and it is forever being carried on along its borders. The pio neers of the southwest have been tho forerunners of communication with a tropical garden, and the sacrifices they made then are being turned to tho ad vantage of the settlers of to-day. Visit Dunlap & Winter's drug store on the Plaza before purchasing holiday goods. 12-28-4. A fine line of holiday coods, toilet ar ticles, towels, perfumery, etc., just re ceived by Dunlap 5 w inter s. i2-'8-4t Christmas Toys. Marcellino, Boffa & Perez have a magnificent display of Christmas can dies, toys, fruits, oranges in brandies and everything which a person may wish to purchase for holidays. They have erected a Christmas tree or rather arch and loaded it with articles suit able for Christmas. Purchasers should not forget to visit their store on the plaza, before buying, as they will be bound to be suited. They have in hand also a large assortment of musical in struments, toy instruments, pianos for children, etc. Call and see them. All these goods will be sold very cheap. 100 Piniis Of fresh California celery, apples, white and red, fresh Magala Grapes, fresh or anges on the limb, fine fresh pears, Messina lemons, and a full line of ele- fant Christmas toys and candies of all inds at Marcellino & Boffa's. lí-'.H-üt Ritrgntiis From now to New Year's at C. E. Wesche, Plaza. Will sell Jackets, Dolmans and Tar latan, At Cost And All kinds of ladies and gentlemen's slippers at ten per cent, below cost. 12-24-St. A line of fancy holiday goods of every description at C. M. William's drug store in Railroad avenue. -12-21-0t. FurnlMhrd Ilooins t Hen!. Airs. Wm. Savage has several nicely furnished rooms to rent in a desirable location. Inquire at her residence, two story, Gothic styie, on Ziou hill, on Blanchard street. 12-24-2w To lie Found at the Purk Grocery. Bologna sausage, side meats, mack eral, ham, dried beef, pickled pig's feet, tripe, breakfast bacon, and every thing just received. Oranges on their native branches at ia-25-3t Our Kemum.ts In laces are just the things the ladies of Las Vegas want. Be sure and see them. N. L. Rosenthal. Toilet dressing cases at C. M. Wil liams' drug store on Railroad avenue. 12-24-Ct One car load of the celebrated fancy patent flour just received by Clements & Alartinez.-12-23-Ct. Remember I am still offering some big bargains in all kinds of merchandise suitable for the holidays. N. L. Rosenthal. 12-24-2t Wanted. A respectable lady to as sist in taking a family of four children east. Mr. Titlow, of Los Alamos, having lately lost his wife and desiring to take his family east makes this otter. Any lady desiring to embrace this op portunity to go east, will leave their ad dress at the Gazette office where Mr. Titlow will get them at once.-12-25-2t. Just received a carload of apples that will be sold at bottom figures at Eugene Clemm's, Centre street. 12-24-3t Removal. J. C. Blake has removed his harness shop from the plaza to Shupp's build ing, cast of tho bank. He now has more room to accommodate his largely increased stock and growing business. He employs the best workmen and can fill orders for harness, saddles, etc., promptly and satisfactorily. 11-lS-tf Native wines, port wine and a largo assortment of tho finest liquors in the market at the store of M. D. Marcus, Centre street. 12-21-2t Stratton & Storms Cigar, 400,000. Four car loads and more coming direct from New York to Bennett & Co.'s es tablishment. Go thcro if you want the best cigar ever made.-12-23-2t. Viena leather goods at 13-33-et, Charles Ilff.li. Japanese goods of every description t CharlesIi.fklp'. Truer, i M ml CPT1C . K. M. 7A READ OUli bar:';.,: ESTATE. IN Desirable Bus'ness IIoiisps. E i-s.tlenees nun Unimproved C''y :ty offered 11. .owest prices , : iü f r non-resiients ilents . ' ti. All kinds ot ;egiu 0 ai;ks it. Ueeds, Leases, Mortgage ui ti instruments affecting tlit rau Vnt 1 uses icef sa 0 nt-.'.r j 1 or exchange af real estate exeeuieu aim acknowledged. 4750 DOLLARS N the pi ice nr an eUirant II iv I piilift .iiriiil ftnvtur- of t.rlck and st ni n Tí lroiul Avenue that reuts for Í75 ior tuontli 600O POI.LAHS will buya onebair nt.-ret III a I'liick i f Im. tilings tituatcd In the m t leimble bus.n 88 portion of the town, that I rinys a rontul ncomn nf ÍI60 po: m in tli. 5000 D iLLA ÜS will buy one of the best bufii tips hnimes in East Liis Vegas; rents for $11 U ier nuniili. 5150 DOLLARS will buy a block of build lugs in tho best pnrt of town that rent for tl.VM per year. 350O DOLLARS for the fluent corner, with substantial improvements, inLus Veifas. T.iis is a rare Inirffain. IE 00 DOLLARS will buv a fcr-ect tlmt is worth ti,W investment. lot n Sixth A Hplentlid 1QCODOI.LARS will buyn 1 -1 on DnitgUM .Ai'cniiotnnl wr, 11 double in value within twelve months. 7O0O DOLLARS will buy an circuit new ho el on two if the best emir rl its in La Votra -. Rents for 1:,0 per month. 19000 DOLLARS will buya com-r In Las ik'IH .lint i paying a Uik rent on the.in ViiHiini'tit. T'i.s earieT is cov red by fine bniid.ujfs and is a great barRiiiti. 2000 DOLLARS will buya ho i?e and col li. t lot on l .niffla-t Avenu-i that pavs a rent of per month 3S00 IOL:.AUSwill buyn Ann livery nim ble thuf rents for $50 per month. The lots alone are $:i,:n worth the money 110 O DOLLARS will buy a business next to the Optie block. 4SOO DOLLARS will buy three nieelotn next to the new San Miguel National Hunk. Sito. 1500 DOLLARS will buy a lot next lo tin. new Sun M iguel .National Hank building. 24.00 DOLLARS will buy six nice lots in rear of the new San Miguel .Vutiouul Utiult building. 1200 DOLLARS each will buy two nice bus mess lots on Douglas Avenue. 800 DULLAKScMchwill buy two niee'lots on Lincoln A venue in the lute burnt district. 20OO DOLLARS will buy four niee coi ner lots close to business center on Liu coin Avenue.. fiOO DOLLARS each will buy six nieo resi lience lots cluMo t-j Episcopal i hurcli. OO DOLLAUSeach will buv several nice cor ner lots in thu tluena Vista addition. OS DOLLARS each will buy Ufteeu lot In tho Dill SitoTjwn Company's addition. 129 DOLLARS each will buv four nice lots Hunting on brand Aveiiuo In Hill Sito iown Company's addition. ISO DOLLARS each will buv corner lots ono and two in block m.rty 'five, 11.11 Site Town Cjmpu-iiy's addition. ISO DoLLAItS each will buv five lots in block tu.r.y-sali.ll 8. te Town Company' addition. leo dollar tk-g.U 1 t.S pnuj.'su.ii t SQO DOLLARS a .1 ;u.iy's siud.... each w.ll buv twenty-two n uio l.il Saú Towh Com ii. i. I! buy 1-.h :C und It Hill S.to Town Coin- tin 250 LOLL A .Sei'-hwIllbuvl'itsiSaml ; :n LJ n.acK.U 8...J Towu Jo.iii.anv'n addit.on. J300 DOLLARS each will buv lots 17 to 21 indusi.u in block ati, H. l S,te additi.,11. HO DOLLARS each w.ll buv lots 22 to "fi inclusive in block y, aUl S.ro ttdduiou. SOO DOLLARS each w.ll buy lots 27and W in bloec ú7 11.11 Site addition. ISO DOLLARS $!,ri icac . w.ll ' uv lots3 to 7 inclusive, block 37, 111 :lu-. ILll S.ce uddi- t.oll. 2B5 DOLLAUSeach will buv four nice lotH in block iW, 11.11 Site udd.t,.,n. 200 DOLLARSeach will buv two n:eo corner lots in block 40, Hill Site addit.aii. 150 DOLLARS each w,ll buy tlvo nice, lots in block iu, JlillSit.'i.dd t.on. 225 DOLLARS each w.ll buv four nice cor- ner lots 111 block !i, (fronting toward the City;, Hill Situ addition. 20O DOLLARS each will buv two splendid lota in block Hi, Hill Site addition. Resilience Property. CAPITALISTS AND BUSINESS MEN At tention 1 I havofor sale the most elegant residence ami the handsomest furnished home in Las Vegas. Wo sell everything complete trom tho well stocked cellar to tho elegant double parlors, together with tho family car nage and horses. Call for particulars. (MfiOO wilt buy an elegant six room house and fourchoioe lots, with necessary outbuild ings on Railroad Avenue, near tho depot. $3300 will buy an elegant, modernTniilt brick house and two nice oorner lota, eight rooms, all fenced in, and rents for 0 per m .nth. $2000 will buy r fino brick houtto with four rooms, on Muiu Street, that rents for ) permonth. $a00jwill buy an elegant framo house, eight largo rooms; two n Ico lots; good well of water; nico sua le trees In front yard and rents for $ per month. $1300 willbiiyamce frame resiUVnoowllh four rooms and two corner I , ts; rents for $.KJ permonth. $80O will buy a newly built frame bouse, with four nieo rooms. $4.500 will buv an elegant residence with Ave comer lots that aro wortíl (2,wa cash. Houso has twelve large rooms und rents for $100 per month. $1,100 will buy a desirable reshlenco with four largo rooms, on Main Street between th two towns. Ranches for sale of all sizes and all prices for pastoral und agricultural purposes. Do you want to buy n lot ? Do you want to buy a house? Dojou want to sell a lot? Do you want to sell a botuto? Do joii h 11 vea bouspto rent? Do you want to renta bouse? Do you want to Invest your money ho ns to secure the 1 m returns in tho shortest time? If .8 , cull u us, and wo will endeavor I piense ymi. . No troublnto iinsweripiestions. No troiibleto showy. 11 mimiiikI. It'you come to LtH Vegas ) loculeni- invest Ik-sure tocóme and s(.(. uuud we will do you CALVIN FISK, REAL ESTATE AGENT Optic Block, East Las . N Vs, M.