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GAZE V03L. 5. SA.TURDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1883. NO. a. DAILY TTE. J. J. FITZGERRELL. THE LIVE REAL ESTATE NOTARY 1'IJIU.IC AND CONVEYANCER. RA'NCH PROPERTY, Grants and Cattle for Sale 3 0(")"J hr-l of uto. k rutili'fur aU df I VV liTrrix! anjrwbrre in w Mexico If sul1 at once. QH nnf tH, nrrlttlp' wl" I'"'1 M &J -JW h''l of cm I Tin th cam nir im-h- oii: funifl' ffiicrd; will ii.Mirt -l.it h-ii'l f cattle; til tbi" nPcnwarc imih-uinl;ii con- owUil with nllrl- ;a much lit on the rsniru. II In tirst-clsM order. Will be sMst s I .lr lírico . OpnO "'luf OHitle, will .rii'l 0 head ff calves t be coining- hmhi: roture nit fenced: tine kthm, wuter and nhi-ltcr; tin rtm b outfit complete, all in lift condi tion. Will bpnolil at a Kurtfaiii $8.000 will tmjr'ona of the Iwst corn-rn, liuaitu-M hnu-e iiti i lot, pitying 45 per c ut on Investment. This lia rure Imrtnnn. $2.600 will l.ujr twdhnuoei with lliree l"t!, splendid location renting- f ir il.'t per tumuli. This la a rilt eiljfo residence pnierly. $1.750 will Iiiit el pita, tvsiilnnif rcnt!i! lor $J0 a month. Must I' v. V $1.250 will lmy n nice four-rxi... hmi-e wiih let. centrally located, reutliiK to (food ii-.t ant for a nv.ntli. $200 will I.iit a choice rcsl.lf nee li't In Krincni'a al 'lit inn, i.ear round lionsc. (ml) a fow una left in thu i:(llitioii. &250 will InirnM In the Ff.irv iew ddi;!... Only ft-w lot left, $250 will Ijiiju choice lot in the Sin Mituel nlitioii. $300 Wi i,ny two mmi'l buiisiM with lot. Nice li col ion. y&ri paymt nt, bnlance on time. This is very cbcuu. $250 will lmy a hoiiKe and lot good loca tion I'art cbsIi, tmluiiccon time. $15 to $20 a month lor twelve months will iiiy lor a choice residence lot In Fulrview. llillsite, run Miifuci, linca, or Homero'! addition. Nw Ih your time to liuv lid stop paying rent. p5,C(J0 will lmy n clínico litinlnes lot op posite the poHtolIic'e.This Ih gilt eiXgctX husi ncss property. $250 will buy choice residence lots in Ortc f a addition. $12.50 a month for twelve months will pay for a choice residence lot near mi I road. Only a few left. $300 will buy lots on Main street, suitable, tor bualnes." residence or shop, l'urt payment, tihlminc on lime. $1,500 will buya nico luiildlnir on Main street, Kiiitable fur buniness or residence, n nt Iiik for f : a month. 35 Acres cr Inelunil mid orchard lands in the Riibiirba of 1y, Cruces Well improved retiiltiieo property, nil watered liy acciUies, with ver IKK) mili trcsof ail Kinds, ami over KM) line ihiilt umpés of dilteri nt varieties. One of the lien biiHinesM properties in l.nw ( ruees, and one tenth intercut In the New Mexican Town Conipanv. Kilzgerrell's Uuiilo U New Mexico freo to all. Tlio above described property will sold nt a bargain If bought Hi once. For lull particu lars luipiirrof J. J. FITZGERRELL, THE LIVE REAL ESTATE AGENT THE ELDORADO TOWN COM PANY ADDITION. This Taluablo property lyinp betwoenthe old and nfw portion of the city, contains very desirable business and residence property. It will bo sold at very reasonable figures. Call and examine pint. HOT SPRINGS PROPERTY. 1,1st of valuable Hot Springs properly In the different additions; both ImslneHS mid resi dence. 1 will sell you t lie tliu'st residence prop rty at the Springs. Call and see niu before purchasing. 3 SPLENDID Furnislied rooms upstairs for rent. ONE Of the liesl business coracrs in the city lor rent. Puasession given at once. J. J. FITOEHIiKLL, '1 ho Live Heal Estate Agent. AT TIIK Little Casino Those wanting the very best of Family Groceries, with no possibility of a deception should go to the LITTLE CASI NO. Danziger always insures Full Weight and an Honest count. Go to tho LITTLE CASINO, if you want the best -vegetables. If you want the best Green Fruits. If you want the best Dried Fruits. If you want the best Canned Goods. If you want the best Flo ur. If you want the best Smoked Hams. If you want the best Family Groceries. If you want Low Prices. If you want to be well treated. .VJifc CALD. j (spun ui Kutiu iiitjien, iiui in-M H nd wairon and loirirlnir ctauitiH. Apply to 'nicy A Wickenhofer. Hot Spriius, N. M. WANTED A ifirl to do general housework Apply at Woolen's house, west side. J. T. McXamara. WANTED Second-hand km1s Rnd furni ture of all kinds will buy at the hiifhest price! Rnd scllat the lowest possible. NeilCol gan, llrldge a reet, near powtotlice. ü-3-tf. ITIOtl KENT The best business location in ' Las Vegas, Apply to (Jarran! & t'unning ham '"üy. WANTED Mrs. Thomas Dnvis will tnite a few day boarders and nlo lndyinir and board for man and wife. Residence near Welttan's pop factory. 12-li-tf. PK KENT furnished rooms. Nice and New. Inquire of Mrs. Hubbell, oppo lite the Uazcttt! olHue. 4-25-tf. FOR KENT A nice new business houne on tho comer of Railroad Avenue and Til den streets. Terms vy. Inquire of Mike O'Keele, at Itrowne k Manzanares commis sion hoiiHf. s-'it WANTED Servant (rirl for genernl house work. Must be (fi'od plain cook.washer and lroner. Family of four mhilts. Vntics per month. Kocommrndatlona required. Address Loo i Hoi i, Whiio Oaks, N. M. PAKTNEU WANTED A Rood bakf-r with a capital of from ioo to tl.MJO to cntrugo in a business that U now paying1 handsomely, AUdrvM. P. CUSICK, Wallace, X, M. tf PACKER PACKED Ready for Shijimfnt from the (al lows lo the Golden Shore. Tha Queen of Shoplifters Makes Her Debut in Denver. Strut! Oil In a Tent Well Near Canon (Itj, Colorado. The San CarluS Indiana Get tha Worst of Bkirmlsh. The 'nnulb:l I'nrkcr Beuteueeil. Dknvf-k, April 13. A Lake City, Cal orado special this evening says that thu j'irv in the Packer caso agreed upon a verdict of guilty of murder in the lirst degree. Judge Gerry pronounced 8m tenue. of deutii upon Packer. He will hang on llio l'Jth of May next. m ir. wr.it Doixis. Dknvki:, April III. At Lake City lliix ltioruiiig tlit) jury in the ease of Alfred C. Parker, charged with murder ing Hye companions in the 1 San Ju.au country, in 1S7, returned a verdict of guilt-. A motion was made for a new trial on tiie grounds that the murder was committed on an Indian reserva tion ant! therefore this court has no jurisdiction 'and will ho argued this afternoon. A lire broke out at Summitt Lonsa, Pueblo, at l-.tfu this morning. The building was unoccupied, and the lire was tho "work cf incendiary. The lire communicated to a two story frame ad joining and both are at this mention completely gutted. A high wind pre vails but the lire is under control. Both buildings are owned by A. G. Stewart and James Canning loss about $4,000; insurance $',300. At 7 o'clock yesterday morning, at Fort Lyon, Colorado, Sergeant Joseph Lyon shot and mortally wounded Prí valo John Howard. Both are colored and belonged to a company of the Ninth cavalry. Tho murder was tho result of undue intimacy between Lyon and tho wife jf Howard . A man employed by the Pueblo Smelt ing and llclining company was terribly injured yesterday by a stack ot bullion falling upon hnu. His name was II. K. Long, and ho had been warned that tho bullion was not stacked securely, but kept on work. Suddenly twenty bars toppled over, crushing him to the earth face downward.-i. He was terribly in jured and cannot possibly recover. A Canon City special says: It is re ported that oil has been struck at tho leotli of HOO feot in a test well now being sunk eight miles east on tho Ar kansas river. Tho company sinking the test well have shut down, and are leas ing ull the ndjacent property. It is said they have already secured 10,000 acres. The wildest excitement prevails in con sequence. IiKlliiu Fight. San Francisco, April 13. A Tomb stone dispatch says: Reliable news reached tewn today that a desperate fight occurred last Sunday in tho bvvis helm mountains about forty miles dis taut, between eight hostile Indians ana two Americans. The latter killed two Apaches and wounded several more, whilo one prospector received asevere tlesli wound in tuo leit shoulder. I ho Indians are armed with government titles and were undoubtedly San Car los. .Shoplifter. Denvek, April 13. From develop ments in the last few days it is believed that one of the most notorious shop lifters in the country has made her ap pearance in Denver and even now is robbirg tho various stores by wholesale and with impunity. She has victimized nearly all of the large dry goods houses. And in every instance she escaped without leaving a single clue as to her identity. Tho detectives hayo arrived at the conclusion that a professional is working Denver. And many are of tbi rviilolon tlott- it ia Tin Inea q ndrcnnnirn than the notorious Mollio llolbroolc, who lias seen a terror to every place she has ever yet visited. Within the last few days Uallin in Co. lost lit ty yards of three-dollar silk, Daniels & Fisher two bolts of silk, McNamara & Co. sixty-eight yards of liuc silk, and C. W. Little a lot of diamonds valued at $1,300. , - Railroad Schemes. St. Louis, April 13. A dispatch from Brownsville, Texas, says: The various conllicting interests there incluning tho Palmer, Sullivan people, tho ferry and town company have harmonized and entered into an arrangement with tho Mexican National construction Company to build an extension to tho Denver ana Kio tirando líaiiroau tlirmiodi the ItrnwnsYil In eonstrnetinn ferry lodgings on tho river. They will lay track on the river- and lay track t the JVlatamoras uustom House ana sta tion of tho Matamoras and Gentry The railroad also provides proper boats for transferring cars across the river These improvements will furnish all facilities necessary for handling freight from point Isabella, and laying it down at the terminus of the Railroad and Monterey city. Brownsville given tho right of way and a large tract of land to Matamoras and Monterey. New Tehtliuony. Milwaukee. April 13. A sensation was caused at the Scheller trial this morning bv the testimony of Lenehan, chief engineer in the Newhall house at the timo of the tire, who said ho was re centlv approached by J. C. McKinney. attorney for Scheller, and a saloon keeper named Adam itotu, who asüea him to swear that the tiro was caused bv a gas jot at the bottom of the ele vator shaft, as said testimony would clear the accused. It was shown that Scholar's debts were over $4,000, and proved that ho attempted to borrow fjOO from Mr. Crocker before tuo tire Banqnat. Chicago, April 13. Tho Iroquois club of this city gavo a banquet this evening signalizing the birthday of Thomas JeU'ersou. This has become an annual custom of the club and the occasion has been made one for the ex pression of party principles by leading Democrats throughout tho country. Invitation! were extended to prominent member! of the party throughout the onion, and a nuruDcr of notable gentle men have rc)onded in toats. T hough tht attendance this year of people ' national repute is more limited than on farmer occasions owing to varum pauses. Among those named for fpeeches, and who will undnubtcdlf repond. are Senator 15jard, of Dela ware; James U. Broadhead. Missouri; Lyman Trumbull. Illinois; Col. V. IL ('. Brecketiridge. Kentucky; E. P. Wheeler and M. Hulburt, New York; General John M. Palmer, Illinois. Klver KI-Iiik. Sorf.l, Quebec, April 13. The ice in ItiverP ichelicu opposite and aboye die town is breaking up. Uoports from tho upper part of the river, say the water has risen four feet since yesterday. The water on Yauiaska riTer extremely high. Southeastern bridge on a pre carious condition; trains stopped run ning over it, mail carriers report the crossing on St. Lawrence very unsafe. Gravo apprehensions felt for safety of fleet iu harbor. (strikes. Cincinnati. April 13. Ata meeting of strikingcigar makers today a commit tee from manufacturers presented a statement that the demand for f 1 per l.OOOincrease in wages would brjgranted. The cigar maker's union tlion sent a committee through work shops to col lect dues, etc., and relief from the charge of thirty cents per month, each worktuan tor gas consumed during win ter mouths Vork will not bo resumed tul theso matters aro settled. liislfclut Trini r Meetii.t". San Fhanctsco, April 13. At a meeting of the annua! conclave of the Grand Commaiidary of th Kinghls Templar if the statu today, t!m score tary of the triennial committee report ed the arrangements for the coming conclave in a favorable state of pro gress, and stated particularly that the eastern commandary need fear no lack of accommodation, as tho committee were well ablo to próvido fordoublo the number that wcro likely to.como. Jndtrraeiit itendered New Yoitic. April 13. Tho iurv iu tho caso of ex-Mayor Deboroico, of Long Island Cilv, tried for wrongful conversion of city bonds today found a verdict against the defendant for $100,- 00. A motion for a now trial was denied a3 was also motion to stav proceeding. ?Io Trouble. SruiNUEiELD, Ills.. April 13. There has been no trouble at tho rolling mill since last night. Tho men are tirm in their determination to remain at their posts and many think the assi.ult of ast night will have an ellect uirectlr opposite to what was anticipate. I. Tho Iiring parties hayo not been idontiliod and no arrests. .'iiirqnis cf C.orne. Boston. April 13. Tho Murauis of Lome arrived at 8:30 this morning. Ho would not take a conveyance to hotel, but accompanied bvtlio Lnihsli consul. and members of his party, und followed clo.sely by detectives, walked leisurely to tho hotel. Failure. New York, April 13. Tho business failures of tho past seyen days 189, against ia last week, and 183 tho week previous. New England, 14; Wisteru, 54; Middle, 2G; Southern, 41; Pacific States and Territories, 10; New York City, 12; Canada, 32. Explosion. Milwaukee. Anril 13. A hoiler in the Hndson chair factory p.xnlodod this afternoon, and Willinm Pnid-n wsu burned to death. Superintendent Fisher was strucK on ine head and severely hurt. A voun.nr man ñamad !?1W wn injured slightly. Tho wreck was' com plete, and pieces ot tho building wcro carried a quarter of a mile. Fifty men in tho neighboring room escaped. s Troublesome Trumps. I.F.XINíJTYÍV. Kx Anril 1 Í? Vonarol armed tramps captured a freight train on me unesapeaKe anautiio railroad at Olympia, and ordered tho conductor to take thorn, to Lexington. Tho conductor started tho train, having lirst tele graphed the Situation to Sterlinir. whore oflicers arrested the tramps. Shooting AflYny. Little Rock. April 13. A soeeial t,n the Gazette from Tcxakana says: About one o'clock this afternoon two brakemans named Conners and Ray oecame involved in a dimculty when Ray shot Conners. Conners died in about tbroo hours. Ray has not been apprehended. Conners was a now em ployee and Ray one of tho rusn engaged in the brakeman's strike. Atieinstted Wife Killing;. Chicago, April 13. Late this after noon threo constables wcut to the southwestern part of the city to arrost iuaniz eiaueiman. a saloon keeper, for attempting to kill his wife. Stadleman made a desperate resistance; ho shot and probably fatally woundod one of tho constables named Moonev. slia-htlv wounded a second, and narrowly miss ed me nurd, lie was subsequently ar rested and locked up. BonibEipUsioo, Boston, April 13. A small street bomb was exploded bv a passinar car riagt, in front of the postoilico this morning, ihe incident caused some commotion but no damage. It caused some talk in connaction with tho Mar quia of Lome's arrival. WASHINGTON WI KINGS. Washington. April 13. Posmaster General Gresham placed upon the fraud list "The Industrial Works" and the "Union Trust Company." of St. Louis Ho also today approved tho design for tne new two-cent postage stamp. Poisoned by Rtrychnlue. Little Rock, April 13. A Gazette special from Dermott savs that yester day morning six colored children living on Psddicard's place, went to a picnic in tho woods and gathered weeds for sal ad. They cooked them and put in strychnine lor seasoning. 1 hey all par took of tho mixture. Three djed and the others aro underwood to be dying, i H I i . i Heavy Floods. Bellows Falls. Vt., April 13. The rivr Is eating away the banks and a large force oí men are at work ondea voting to sayo tho dam and abutments Tho railroad bridge in the Village of north Wapolo is endangered andboth trestle and bridges at Barre's Junctitin and Sabina crossing carried away. hPEDTlinOCall THE BE A Di BLix, April 13. The trial of Joe ltra.lv wa continued this morning. The defense called a clerk named Ken nedy who swore ho poke to Brady, who was aceomoanied by a girl on Dornina k street between ó and 7 o'clock onj'.liej-vcning of MiyClh and recognised Aübío Meagher, who lesti tied yesterday that (die km the girl with Brady that evening. Tho wliuesj also said thai he met Brady the following day. The latter declared that murder would ruin the cause of Ireland. Upon the conclusion of Kennedy's testimony, the defense announced that they would call no other witnesses. An argument of counsel for the prosecution and defense then followed. London, April 13. A telegram from Hong Kong dated tho 11th 6avs: The French minister to China has arranged the Touquin alair satisfactorily, but the new French minister ha rejected the arrangement. The result will probably be a long and costly war. China will use tho best troops and will probably be commanded by European luade rs, perhaps bo assisted by European allies. London. April 13. Tho metropolitan board works recommended as increased danger it to be feared from explosives, that workmen Working in sewers in London should be caretully watched. Beklin, April 13. A regulation was gazetted forbidding importation into Germany of American hog products. London, April 13. The race for the Newmarket handecap for 3-year olds and upwards was won by Faugh A. Balliigh, Alison .second, Cohart third. S:.'veu slartes. m:.v.i xiuuixs. Boston, April 13. In a pigeon match between Carver ami Bogardns, the score was as follows: Carver ÍI3, Bog ardns 'J2. A spout shot from the gun of Bogardus, knocked a boy from tho fence but did not seriously injure him. Pittsburg, April 13. N. W. Monroe and his mother were fatally poisoned by unknown parties. St. Catharines, Ont., April 13. There has been a serious break in the mill race of tho Hydraulic Mill Race company. Fifty foot of tho bank has been carried away. St. Louis, April 13. Tho perform ance at tho grand opera' house this af ternoon for the benefit of tho actor's fund was a financial failure, although tho bill was a good one. It was partic ipated in by tho best of all companies and combinations now in tho city. Peo ple seemed lo take no interest in it. Tho proceeds wero about. $100. Itidín Scare. Sa..' Antonio;" Tex., April 13. The oflioers on tho western extensión of tho Sunset route report a panto among tho people in the vicinity of Laglo s Nest, on tho Rio Grande river, on account of i raid of a largo party of Indians into Texas from Mexico, and they are sup posed to be Ivickapoos who have been depredating in tho neighboring repub- io, and linuing their reception too hot, crossed into Texas. Tho excitement is aid lo bo intenso. A parlv of Mexican soldiers followed tho Indians to tin river, but wcro not anxious for a light, as tho latter part v was too strong. No depredations of any kind have been re- )orted. I ho United States troops at Fort Clark have boon instructed to tako immediate steps to prevent plunder. i Base I'.all. New Yohk, April 13. Clevolands. 1; Metropolitans, 0. Hanged. Jackson. Miss., April 13. James E. Robinson was hanged for tho murder of Adam Robinson. Ho claimed tho act was justifiable and that the jury treat ed him unfairly. Little Rock, April 13. A Fort Smith special says: Massey Whitemau was hanged today tor tho murder of Ed wan I .P. Clark m Ind ían Territory. Ho said: "I havo had no ustice tor 1 am not guilty. 1 acknowl edge I killed him, but it was in self de fense. This is all I havo to say. A Oend Elephant. New Yokk, April 13. Pilot, Bar- num's great elephant, has been shot. It will be remembered that he recently ill-treated tho other animals. He since became mad, and endangered tho whole menagerie. To-night it was decided to kill him. Tho keeper took no time, lhey procured new ropes two inches and a half in thickness. They bound tho forefeet tightly and the hind feet. Stout ropes wero attached to either, aud ran through blocks fastened to the building at opposite ex tremities, lhen forty men laid hold of the lines and tugged with a will till tho great brute's legs wero dragged from under him, and ho sank upon his oelly, lie still struggled savagely. A couple of men who ventured within reach were tossed over like ninepins, and he tore clown a big post supporting the amphitheater floor. Next a rope was fastened to his feot and drawn over his back, and, when it was fastened to a block, the keeper dragged him over on his sides. Then they began discipling him with hooppoles, but their work was of no avail. So Arstingstall, the ele phant trainer, decided that it was no uso trying to subject tho brute. In spite of his costing $10,000 he would have to be killed, as that alono would insure tho safety of those about him. Mr. Arstingstall got a big navy revolver, and live bullets driven into tne animal s heart put an end to Pilot. Word was sent to the proprietors of tho show, and then to the Society lor the i'revention of Cruelty to Animals, llns evening repesentatives Irom tho latter ana the zoological department ot Central Park irathcred at tho elephants' quarters. and under the direction oi jur. Leon ard tho great bruto wa3 quartered, and his remains sent to Barren island. Mysteries and Miseries of Ameri- IO. a si i vt u A book bearing the aboye title has recently beon issued by tho Historical Publishing company of St. Louis, and is creating a sensation on account of its revelations of tho secrets of high and low life in New York city: official life, scandals and intrigues in Washington, and its terrible exposures t tho shock ing practices of Mormonism, including a complete revelation of the secrets of the infamous Endowment rites. It also erives a full history of Voudouism in the south, with many amusing sketchers of Nesrro lifo before and after the war; also a history of early days in Califor nia, with sketches and adventures of the famous era of '40, and much other matter of interest and value. The book is written in a fascinating manner by tho well-known author, J. W, Buel, and is meeting with a rapid salo. Agents and others interested will find tho ad yertisemcnt elsewhere in this paper. Tomorrow morning's Gazette will contain Mr. Ziock's address to the board of trade setting forth his opinion of tho vat importance of placing wowlen mills here. He stated in Lis address that fow people iu tho east ap preciate what a creat wool centre Las Vegas is. M. Rudolph, of Umcon del Tecolote, is Id the city visiting his son Charlie, of the riaza hotel. Georgo P. Gross left for Triü.Jad last evening, and Johnny Westphaling went north to do Colorado. Charles Thompson, of Osago City, Kansas, is at the Windsor, as is also Thomas M. Smith, of Denver. S. Mantzer, of St. Joe, Nelson Frank lin, Denver, and Sandy Haley, Phila delphia, are at the St. Nicholas. William Keesee, a former Las Vegas blacksmith, has returned from Deming where he has resided for tho past few months. Gus. Meyer, with Meybcrg & Ilaths childs Brothers, St. Louis, is iu the city and will see the plaza peoplo today. Lew B. Shultz and Fatty Gimmell, two Las Vegas printers, left for Salt Lake City last night. Gono to join the Mormons. William Brceden.the district attorney, left for Santa Fe yesterday to prepare for tho Taos county court which opens on Monday. F. Jarrot, a foreman for the Cimarron cattle company, loft yesterday for his camp nearEngle. He has becu here centering with the oflicers of the com pany. Thompson Lindsley, St. Louis; Argus Princo, Philadelphia; Jas. T. Holcomb, Chicago; M. Rudolph, Rin cón; Ira B. Gale, Monte Rebuelto, are guests at tho Plaza hotel today. Nelson Franklin, with McClair & Company, Denver, returned last even ing from a two month's trip through the south. Ho has had a good time getting acquainted with tho ways of tho country. R. G. McDonald returned last even ing from tho New Placers and brings encouraging news from that camp. His mino, the Tennesee, has been de veloped until it is turning out fino null ing ore and a large gold button brought back by Mr. McDonald confirms his statements. The sale of tho Tennesee, reported some time since as having been made, Is declared off and McDon ald is well pleased that ho did not dis pose of the property when it was offered. Card k Cuooingiiam, INSURANCE, Heal EstateandLive Stock BROKERS, Notaries Public AND Conveyancers. WE HAVE for sale improved and unimproved city and Hot Springs property. City and Hot Springs property to rent. Cen trally located business houses and offices to rent. Ranches and water fronts in the best stock raising sections of New Mexico for sale. Horses, cattle and sheep for sale. WE WANT real estate and live stock all we can get to sell on fair terms. Bonds, deeds and contracts carefully drawn. Ac knowledgements taken and col lections made. All business placed with us shall have rjromot attention. GARRAKD & CUNNINGHAM Brldee Street Las Veas N. M O. Hi. HOUGHTOlSr ARDWARE. oTOVES, Superior and Charter Oak Stoves, Buckeye Mowers and Reapers, Aultman and Miller "Vibra tor," and "Sweepstakes" Thrashers, Portable Engines. Bait) Fence Wire at Manufacturers' Piices, nth Actual Freight lo Las Vegas Added, Seven Hundred Dozen Wooden Axe-handles, Pick-handles, and Handles of all Kinds. Manufacturers of all kinds of tin, copper mid sheet ironware. STOXliaiS 32XT EAST .XOX XjAS T7"J20-k.S. RUPE & MAXrFACTrnr.Ks or DOORS, SASH, BLINDS AND MOULDINGS. DE Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Siding, Ceiling, Floor ing, Oils, Glass, Paints, Plaster Paris, Coment, Plasteror's Hair and Building paper. JAB. A.LOCHHART, Prraident. JOHN jP&NDAHIKS, Vico VroMctoot. WEW MEXICO LUMBER ASSOCIATION. - CAPITAL STOCK, 8250,000 Las Vegas, New Mexico. 33P. O. BOX S04. New Mexico JSJSiO.'V ID For the GOLDEN RULE ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE. Simon Lewis' Sons are so busy receiving large lots of Gentle men's Fine Furnishing Goods, and large lines of Clothing that they cannot write a new adver tisement, bat will not surrender their right to this space. R. P. HESSER Proprietor. All kinds of Painting.GrainiDg Decorating, PAPEIt 11 ANfil.VU AND- -T J " Kalsomining ck -lO SHOW J 'VSS -A. SPECIALTY. OFFICE on Do BURNETTS PALACE, EXOHAITCS-B block:. Toniest Place in the Territory! YXTX3 OPEN DAT AND NIGHT ESrEverything first-class. Billiard Parlor and Oyster Rooms m Connection. The Menu will Consist of all the Delicacies of the Season. WHOLESALE -ExcrxsrvE bale of- BULLARD, tLrivd IN EUOIJNIO ROMERO Treasurer 1'UAMv CUKT18, Secretary. Planing Mill. CARDS Avenue, trpposite ST. NICHOLAS.