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LAS VEO-AS DAILY GAZETTE: SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1884.
THE RECOGNIZED Territorial and Local Paper The Largest Circulation in the Southwest. THE CITY. "Bed" will bo out with la a few days. Lis new back Oar bead," wben it gets a new head gor, it a big pumpkin. Tb passenger train from tho fcoutb yesterday wat sarerul hours lato. Mr. O. D. ConkÜn and"Sirs. XV. J Hunter, Tope lea ladies, are vUitin Mrs. u. b. Hunter, oi this city. The Stock Grower received an abund ance of new naterial from ..larucr, Luso ft Co., Chicago, yesterday. Prof. Boffa and orchestra uet with a fine reception Thursday night while serenading the prominent residents of the east Bid. The ld sone, "Who Will Care for liother Now,'" has been changed to apply to an evening newspaper pub lished in this bailiwick. Messrs. Loekhart & Co. yn"lerday receired a largo invoice of new furni tare Among the furniture was a tine invoice of brnssells carpet. An excursion from the east passed through La9 Vegas yesterday between one and two o'clock for tho City of Mtxico. Tho party was composed mostly of Boston i an with gray beards and bald heads. If thero was Himp.y a Colliseum in the capital of tho sister republic, what a harvest it would reap. Tom Harper has been oflercd Ove dollars tor his Japanese parrot and fifty dollars for his California badger and refused both oilers. He thinks of add ing his attractions to W. W. Colo's circus and menagerie. The only refreshing spot on tho west side is the National park. Kihlberg has the curs that disturbed his llower buds under subjection. When you throw another stone, hurl it to Kihl. í Jplíü W. liill received a car load of bran yesterday ; Charles Itfeld a car load of flour, and M. Korucro & Co. a car load of sugar. Aside from the above delivery the transfer company carriod considerable loose freight to small dealers. At the last moetlnfcof lioso company ' No. 2. it was decided to employ J . (j. .Mitchell as trainer, but those having ' the power to clinch a contract have not yet approached tho young man on tho subject, ii it is not aono loaay, uncu ell will leave for the cast tomorrow afternoon. Messrs. Finane & Elston are deco rating and painting tho large house of r Mr. John Campbell, the cattle man. This tfróporty is at Watrous and is the finest property in that section of New Mexico. Messrs Tinane Ai Elston are becoming well known all over the terri tory as lirst class workmen and safe business men. Attorney Veoder is building a stone wall three feot in thickness and several feet high on tho side lines of every three of his lots ho having twelve in all on Blanchard street, adjoining Mr. Joshua Raynolds1 property. By this means Mr. Veeder can make a terrace of each of the lotli which will greatly enbanco the value of these already Choice lots. , ' Ebenuzer Winchester, one of the Cali fírois excursionists, aside from being a newspaper man for mtv odd years, is recorder of Oakland Council of Iloya and Select Masters, lodge No. 12. 11 stated to the Gazette reporter tha every lloyal Arch Mason was eligible to the beautiful degrees which crown and complete the temple of the ancient York Kite. , . . The Atchison, Topeka Sis Santa Fu did a nice thing by their employes when they gave permission to nave me enu of tie cuttings transported from Komer oville free of charge for the uso of those who required them for iirowood : Four car loads came in yesterday, am drivers of express wagons were kept busy delivering fuel at lifty cents per load to to the railroad boys who ordered deliyery. A Gazette reporter en deavored to negotiate for a load of the ends, but not being a railroad man he , failed to connect. Rev. James Frascr purchased two lots Borne few weeks since on Seventh streot. He at once commenced the erection of a residence, and has it so far completed as to give the plasterers tjosiaesioa Yesterday the workmen were officially notified by Mr. Baca that they must stop worK, as a portion ot tne grand bolo nged to him. The survey of the Buena Vista plat shows the Drooertv to be in their addition proper. and it is to be hoped that there is uo mistake about the survey. Tho matter should be at once settled. . 7 Flower of KeasoD. . If we' desire no keep our opponents from a knowledge of our indiscretions, they should be kept a socret from our friends. Fatient stndy and proper impartiality must precede all rational conviction, whether resulting in faith or in doubt. Youth which adopts some of the sta bility of age is as commendable as age which preserves some of the vivacity of yoatk, When we estimate tho bulk of onr own shortcomings wo can afford to be loniont in declaiming about the foibles of others. It'll a poor standard of morality whose incentive 10 action is based on the uxpectatlonorf somo future recom pense. r . Those who do good in view of ex pectant futuro bliss act upou the role of selfishness, and not by loyo of virtuous conduct. - hen harmless reereaüons are for den by parents, 'the children arc prone to compensation by debasing in dulgences. ... . A Sunday privato drink is íadulged in bv aomo persons who bold it sinful for ethers to whistlo in public on the same day. Production and combination of natural forms is eternal, but every in dividual identity is and has been only traniitory. "? f. W t' V , " Tbo knighls ' ot labor held a very en thusiastic meeting on Thursday even ing. Much business of importance was transacted and thero were tun appli cations for membership. KACfcS. GAMUS ASI SPOUTS At -ill Fair Urouud.H Sunday at 1:30 1. M. Grand bicycle and donkey races, two loot raoes, Hirce-legged race, a wrest, ling match and threo boxing matches. Admission twenty-tire conts. Unserved seat fifty (touts. Children ten cents. Bring along your icjcWs and don keys. Frizes given in all tho ftbuye sports. Open, freo to all. Entries to be mado on the grounds. IV: A - - ,' COAST TO COAST Were the i:x ursionlsU from Cnli- fornla lVtMHlngTliroiigli Iah Vecras Yesterday. The excursion train from the lWilic coast, consisting of live Pullman coaches, pulled into Las Vegas yester day afternoon about eight hours behind on tueir schedule running time, but notwithstanding the excursionists weio a little late, they were happy and com fortable, and cx pressed regret that the train could not lav la-re for several hours and afford them an ep portumty to take in the hot springs and ' ixulore the west Side of the Gallinas. Some of the excur- sii" ?ts labored under the impression ti '. Las Vegas was merely tt village, baiting their judgment on what they conld seo from the depot. Such an understanding, however, was soon di pelled when a Gazette reporter set tus tongue to wagein . and every fu male ou the truin mud o note in her diary that Las egas was the prosper. ,tive capital, would soon sport a peni tentiary, stock varus, tie works in oil. court house with gold-bearing rock for foundation, and other public build ings ot a couuty and territorial charac ter. Who engineered this cheap ride?" asked the scribe of a gaunt looking fiend who ho picked upon as being a newspaper man. Well, 1 may loso mv dinner by stop- pir7 to answer your question, but this ex rsion started from San tranciso last- Tuesday, afternoon, and was or ganized by llov. F. I. Shearer, of the Presbyterian church, more for the pur pose oí carrying the ministers of that denomination through to Saratoga, in order to have them there in time to par ticipate in tbo geueral assembly of Presbvtcrian ministers, which meets in thatcity on the l'jth of this month." lou don t mean to say that all these happy go lucky looking gen tlemen sauntering about the platform are ecclesiastical dudes, do your queried the reporter. JNot by considerable," replied the scribe's newly found friend. "You understand tho male excursionists are not all ministers, but taking advantage of tho low rates; people came from all sections of tho state, and altogether there are about one hundred and fifty people on this train." "Does Mr. Shearer keep tab for the excursionists and pour out salvation at every slopping poinlr ' "Ot course not, you wicked fellow. There aro more thnu a dozon ministers on board, who look :if ter the spiritual welfare of the party." "How do tho ladies stand the jour ney?" f 'Pretty well, some of them; but just follow mo and we'll go through the cars." Following tho leader, tho Gazette reporter was in less time than it takes to mention tho tact brought face to face with a group of comely 'Frisco ladies, and when his mission was explained they appreciated the scribe's situation and proceeded to lielp him. "Oh, but wo're having such a glorious time," said a stately blonde, who sat by a window munching a ginger snap. "We're not the least bit fatigued, and this mountain air, oh, it is delicious. We just d rink it in like it was Angelica.' ' "You all seem to bo pretty comforta bly located," suggostod the reporter. "Indeed we are," chirped in a petite brunette, "and wo have such great fun for long-faced Presbyterians. And Mr. Borry, ho's the jolliest soul on the train." "And who is Mr. Berry? please," asked the scribe. "Why, don't you know him? Every body does on the coast. "Possibly,- madam, but I have not tho pleasure of his acquaintance," returned the reporter. "Gracious, can it be? Whv, we thought everybody knew Fred," said tho blondo. "Here's his card," and passing tho same to tho reporter it read, FRED T. BERRY. Passenger Agent, Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe railroad. No. 4 New Montgomery street, San Francisco, Cal. "I sabo tho burro," exclaimed tho scribe. "You what?" queried tho blonde, laughingly. " J hai is, that ho can ride without putting up." " Oh, of course ho never pays to ride, but he's a good soul, and keeps every body on the train in good humor. He's a groat favorite in '1 risco." . " 1 "Can a reporter, hungry tor news got some of the names of the ladies and gentlemen aboard this traveling cara vausary?" "Oh, there are ever so many nice people in the party. But we don't all belong to church," said tho liule bru nette. " This, you must understand, is tho coach that carries the most precious burden that ever went over this road I grant that," replied the scribe, but how many ot that burden are you?" "Do you want the names of au tne people on tho train that we can think of?" Certainly. 'Let's see. Well, now here we hayo Miss Skilling and Miss Stewart, of San Francisco, under the spreading wings Mr. Jumos F. Sloan, of the same city; Miss Russell of Sacramento, Miss Bell of Oakland. Mr. Poindextcr of Los Angeles, and bless his old heart, hero he comes with ico cream: Mrs.Gillete and; son,, 'Frisco; Mrs., Berry and son,' 'risco; Mrs. Dr. ! Ayers and daughter, Miss Mabel, 'Frisco: Mrs. W. Stewart and daughter, 'trisco; Mrs. William M. Barry and Miss Barry, Frisco; Mus Dura Kellett and Miss ivy Kellett, 'Frisco; Mrs. Fredcnek Buell, East Oakland; Dr. C. G. Strong and wife, Miss Grace M. Willey, Mrs. Dr. Gibbon, Miss N. Gibbon, Mrs. A. arrigan. Master 11. Carrigan, Kate Cunningham and sister. San francisco; ürJ. 1. Reilay and daughter, 'Frisco; Dr. John Allyr, St. Helena, California; Mrs ferry and daughter, 'Frisco; Mrs. Wheeler, Santa Rosa: Mrs. A. W. Rogart, 'Frisco; Mrs. 11. V. Foye, Mrs. 11. H. Post, 'Frisco; W. . Hoag, Ey anstou, ill.; Capt. J. W. Smith, Stock ton: Mrs. Dr. Stockton, Stockton; Dr. R. Webster, Grass Valley; Rev. Dr. Strong, Rev. D. S. Mcllenry, Santa Rosa; Mrs. N. L. Buck, Oakland; Mrs. 1. Dart. Oakland; ltev. v. aic- Honry, Lawrence, Kas.: Mrs. W. W. Ashford, Hay wards. Cal.; Mrs. Allen Morse and daughter. Mrs. Converse, Mrs. N. Birch, butter county. Cal.; E. Winchester, an old lime newspaper man and a big Mason, Oakland. I boliove. Mr. Reporter," chimed tho blonde, "tho names you have in your book aro tho prominent people on this excursion, and wo aro having a good time. Of course you understand mat tho ministers will aiu drop oil at Saratoga, and somo of us ladies con template taking a swim in those horrid bathing suits you see pictured in the illustrated paper". Indoed wo don't come out in such abominable form when we go to tho Lick houso." How aDout VToodward a pardenf" 'Tho best of us neqeurisit that placo on account oi mat', noma "uoiden Granted Cuspador." a " 1 havo read that it is a sacred quad ruped." "indeed, tho hideous monster is not sacred, no more than tho sea lions that sun themselves on' that big boulder which is so easy of view from tho Lick house. You bavo paid a visit to Cali fornia, havo you not? " "Never further toward tho western horizon than Virginia City, Nevada," returnod the Gazktte scribe. "Oh well, Vbon, you' yo flrtf the old WHAT TO WEAR. You cant find anything prettier for Summer wear than those -SATEEÑS- la light and dark shades, now displayed at the store,hey dazzle one's eyes.and so Also a full line of Cashmere?. Buntings and Nu"b' Veiling in the leading Summer IIST WHITE GOODS, SUCH J& Organdy. Persian Lawn MARSEILLES, PLAIN and DOTTED, SWIÍS and MULL, NAINSOOK and MONETTE, In Are acknowledged to be the prettiest and cheapest in town. "We have the largest stock oí embroideries in town to select from in Hambures. Swiss and Nainsook Call and examine these Roods. They are going last. The price is what does it- Don't say it is too early, buy when youcaneeta good assortment to select irom especially whn you can buy these goods at such lowjprices as we are selline them. B 328 and 330 RAILROAD AVENUE. timers talk." Suspicion was aroused that somobody in Las Vegas did know something about the Pac:lio coast, and tho blondo and brunette drew back from further con versation. M. Rothchild, an old cor respondent of the Chicago Herald, gathered tho Gazette man and rushed him into another car, where some estimable olderly ladie.s were enjoying a sumptuous lunch. After every car had been visited, the reporter stopped out and in front of tho Depot hotel was introduced to Mr. William McGraw, a representatiuo íniin of Oakland. But the reporter will never forget Rothchild. for the reason that ho took pains to see tbo Gazette man through, and it would tot bo out of place to mention here that Mr. R. is connected with the great printing house of 11. S. Crocker iVCo., the firm that docs near ly all tne printing for tho leading rail road lines that leave the racihc coast. Don't forget tho races and athletic sports &t tho fair grounds on Sunday, T1IK STOCK YARDS. The líoai (I of Trade Takes the Matter in Hand. Only a few hours before seven o'clock yesterday afternoon a call was issued by Secretary Whitmore, that a trade meeting was reqested at eight o'clock at K. ot 1'. hall. About thirty members were present, and as tho president and both vice presidents were out of the city, Major Woodworth was asked to preside. Socretary Whitmore read two letters from the oilicers of the railroad one irom General Manager A. A Robinson and one from Division Suuer intendent Georgo L. Sands upon the suDject oí tne location of the yards tíotü letters bpoke ot tho willingness o the company to ouild largo yards on an approved plan, provided a proper Joca tiou could bo had at a point about threo miles north ot the city, which has al ready been guaranteed "by Mr. Stoops of this city, lhe company is also ready to assist the city and coun ty in the construction of a road, which will make an easy drive for the cattle men of a large scope of country to Las Vegas and tne yards. Division Super mienuent ueorge u, oanus is now south, but is expected home todav or , ounuay, wnen lie will bo notihed by a board ot trade committee ot the action of that body last evening. As has been before stated iu the columns of this pa per, tho guarantee to ship 5,000 bead this season has already been giren tho company. Those who were acquainted with tho country through which the proposed drive runs claim that about ten miles from Las Vegas, at the canon If. . m í . uei vega, a sura oi aDout fi.suo or $,000 may be expended to great ad vantage aud make a very passable road, with plenty of water, not only for cattle men, but for rcightcrs as well. It was decided (O make an assessment ou the board of trade to the amount of about $400 and ulsj to appropriate about $400 out of the present treasury fund making in all $800 towards the improvement of the road, and a committee was also appointed to wait upon the county commissioners at their next meeting anu asic mat uouorabie ooay tor an appropriation oí auout touu. Upon motion of Mr. JN.IL. Rosenthal a committee on grounds wore appointed The chair named Messrs. Rosenthal, Houghton, Diukel, Stoops and llfeld as such committee. On motion of Mr. Coors the ehair appointed a committee of three to wait upon the citizens, and Messrs. Tammo. J. Havward and Mc- Nair were designated to act in that capacity. On motion of Mr. 11- tuu Messrs. Browne, Rosenwald, Lopez, Blanchard and lliuld wero aopointed to confr with the county board of finances and charter for said road. Mr. L. P. Browne moved that the committee on stock yard grounds act as road committee also, and that the chair, Mr. Woodworth, be added to tho com mittee. Carried. It was resolved by tho members present to incorporate tho board of trade and thereby make it a legal body to conduct business, and W. L. Pierce as attornoy, and Adin U. Whitmore. the socrotary, weroappointod to pre pare the proper incorporation papers. v. L. fierce, ot Las Veiras. D. Win- tornitz, of Anton Chico, Attorney Miguel Salazar, J. 11. Hunter and Felix Martinez, of Las Veiras. worn dulv elected as new member of the board. Ihis mooting was u verv satisfactorv one and one of great importance to Las Vegas nd San Miguol county. The board of trade is composed of sixty-lire or seventy active members, but should nave at least mm working, interested men, and now that it will soon become an incoruoratcd body under tho laws ot the territory, let all those who have the intoreit of the city and county at heart join it at once and lot us organizo a good working forco and much good can be accotnpiiatieu. Las V ogas is grow ing in importance daily and our inter ests as citizens are mutual. Manj matters of vital importance will come np this summer and fall that will 'call fer the active work of each individual citizen of Las Y)gas, perhaps, and by being members ot the hoard of trade much more good can bo accomplished. Join the board of trade. Don't forget the races and athletic sports at the fair grounds oa Sunday. To Ico Consumen. Ice was retailed in Las V egas last sea son at an actual loss to the dealers. This year we desire to obtain a fair margin of profit, and in the hope of do Stripes and Plaids we will take the ARASH & BloCH, ingpobave agreed uoon the following rates from April 1st to October 1st, 1884: To customers taking loss than 100 pounds per week, l cents per pound. To customers taking 100 pounds and less than 200 per week, cents per pound. To customers taking 200 pounds or over per week, lcent per pound Las Vegas Ice Co., By Ilnry F. Hobart, Secretary. Montezuma Ice Co., By R. J. Holmes, Superintendent. No. 803lro. Don't forget tho races and athletic sports at the fair grounds on Sunday. For Ladies Attention. Mrs. XV. K. Holmes invites the ladies f Las Vegas to visit her art parlors m ho Ruten beck block where sho has ma terial and stamping for all kinds ot em broidery. Kensington work commenced and instructions given. Floss and patterns. Orders taken for dross goods ana laaics iurnisüiug goudsol every de Bcripnon ana made, to order at reason able prices. , , '309-tf Fresh Vegetables. Evaporated Peeled Peaches, Monarch Strawberries. Monarch Strawberries. Epps' Cocoa, . Globe Pickels in all size bottles California and Piatt's Canned fruits of all kinds. Fresh Fish Fridays. Thorp Q fe POINTERS. Wanted A night cook at the Snuff. Appiy immeaiaieiy. Ten barrels of apples at Thos. Sovis' uentor street fruit stand. 805tf Lociuiart & Co. have $2.000 wrth oi new wall paper, decorations and cor ners, oi au styles, and prices to Kuit everybody. 307tf KsAhL ai sporieciors aud have your nne boots and shoes made to order. 805tf Lumber for sale. Buildinffs and fences put up by contract by P. J. Ken nedy. liiK Montezuma barber shop has been refitted and papered in eleeant siyie. isausiaci ion guaranteed Callana see them. SOCtf P. J. Kennedy & Co., general com mission business.- Alh kinds of stock and goods bought and sold. WALL PAPJCK CUTTER. Finane & Elston havo a naper trimmer oi me latest patent, wnicn will enable 1.. 1.' .1 . . all thoso desiring to hang their own paper to have it nicely trimmed. Thoso purchasing paper from them will havo thflir paper trimmed free. 222-lm Finane & Elston. OyftuTs received to day at the Snug. MONTEZUMA UNO, 2976, Knights of Labor meets everv Thurs day night at the Odd Fellows' hall, on Sixth streot. Visiting and traveling members invited to attend. C. L. Shekman. Roc. Soc'y. Palace Barber Sliop.ncar Postolllce. Only lirst class workmen employed. Sat- slactlon Uuaraiitecu. The lncst tonsorial cstaMish- ncnt in the city. TONY CAJAL, Prop. THE "SILVER MOON' (Molinolh's old; stand) The only Fiist Class Restaurant IN THE CITY. Uno Nothing but Kansas VUy Meats. . MEALS at all HOURS. PRICES REASONABLE. A D OATrrDATA Drin a n uniTLnnin, i up Graaf uanf cheap. Shades. lead- Our 3L Ü, LAS VEGAS, M. ?T5 R. G. HEI8E THE I.FADIVU ealer Wholesale and Retail. BRIDGE STREET, NEAR P.O. '"TIE BEST ' KKANDS OF mported and Domestic Cigars FOR THE WHOLESALE TRADE. J. N. FURLONG, , PHOTOGRAPHER. GALLE ItY, OYEB POtTOFFlCE, LAS VEGAP, (Bridge Street) N. M J. ROUTLEDGE, Dealer In GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Etc Blackamltb and Wagon shop In connection HAY AND CRAIN A SPECIALTY. GLORIETA. . - NBW MEXICO, M MEXICO MATTRESS -AND- Bed Spring Manfg Co, MATTKESSES ANDPIM.OWSof kinds mano to order and In stock. KED SPRINGS of the very best.atall pricog WINDOW SHADES, any color, made anil put up. UAttriiis cut, made ana laid. -BILLIARD TABLES recovered and sot up. UPHOLSTERING neatly dono. Call and see our lamo Jot of gamplo goods at all prices. AWNINGS putup and re mtup and repaired FUKNI'l't KB repaired and uollshed PICTURU FRAMES mado to order. Moss, hair. wool, cotton and excelsior nnn. itantly on hand. uoous not in uteolc furnished on flhort notice. Call and ciamlnc our foods and m im.a .. fore buying eUownoro. STEPHEN MAXSON&CO. No. 417 Grand Ave., TjA3 VEGAS. - 1ST. 3vr M. 8, Otero, President. J. Gbosb, Vice I'rea M. A . Oteho, Jr. Cwhier. The Üan Migue! National Bank OF VEQ-AS. Authorized Capital $3oo,0o0 Capital Stock Paid ln üo.OOO Surplus Fund 20,000 DIRKCTORSj M. 8. Otoro. J Oros O. T. Houghton, E, V. Hen- Henry Ooke, A. M. Black well, rlques, M. A. Otero. Jr. ÉSMUC," N, E. Cor. Bridge St. RESTAURANT. Oyetors in everv style a specialty The finest Wines, Liquors and Clears at the bar. Billy Burton Prop WANTED. Two hundred men are wanted at Los Cerrillos to unload schoon ers at Georee William's Arcade Saloon. He keeps a popular re sort.and a restine place for trav elers. GET SHAVED AT THE PABLOE BAEBER SHOP Liquor D CXNTXR STREET IAST LAS YXQA8, STILL I AM RECEIVING DAILYXEW GO OD3. MY STOCK IS NEARLY COMFLFTF" I EVEY DEP ARTMENT, AND CONSISTS OF DRY GOODS! SADIES' SUITS and WKAFS, IFTTJROvriSHIlSrG- GOODS HOSIERY, BOOTS AND Notions and Fancy Goods and Ladies' and ALL OF WHICH I will offek;at mccii lower trices than THE NEW AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, oomi'lhtd stooie op jst ails. ncLusiva SALE OF The Celebrated Charter Oak Stoves, and Buckeye Mowers and Reapers C. Aultman & Co. 'Vibrator." and "Sweepstakes" Threshers. Portable En, .es. ence Wire a Leading Special y and large stock always on hands. Barb Wire at manufacturers r ices with actual freight to Las Vegas ad.ed. Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron ware Agency Hazard Powder Co. 8TonE BAST ARTO W11ST LAS VEOA-i.T nvnoisTEie" to Ti0k3sr i Hi ll'llt i OF POR -A. APPRO VEDREAL ESTATE SECURITY Members of the dvisory Hoard in the United N(fts: Jefferson Raynolds, Chas. Blanchard, Win. A. Vincent, President First National Bank, Wholesale and Retail Merchant, Attorni-y-at-Law. LAS VEGAS, N. M. LAS VEGAS, N. M. LAS VEGAS, X. M CEO. J. DINKEL, General Manager. Las Vegas, ftlew Mex. ITRE, Office. Sixth Come and Examine my MSP inliftj Mil ln Wl Ladies' Misses and Childrens' Dresses, in Silk, Satin, Cashmere and Brocades. N. L. ROSENTHAL. 32tt KAILKOAD AVENUE, BO HOT FORGET THAT "3T OTJ CA.1ST IFIHSTID Í7 II frS ni MENS' WEAR OF EVERY KIND. AT LESS THAN COST Before Removing to the Ward Block. Simon Lewis' Sons. 312 Railroad Avenue, LAS "VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO, THEY SHOES, LADIES' MISSES' ir WILL IAY YOU TO CALL AT STORE ON BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE. TrtT-.l I.'U T . WIIOLKSALK 3 T O "V E 33"3T THE n Lll ii:VV MEXICO, Limited. aTESlC OIF1 IrTEA-KS ojxt fiubt-oiiasb LIFE AND ACCIDENT and Douelas Sts.. Las Vegas, g2. M. New and Elegant Une of EAST JjAH VEÜAS G-OODS GOME! CLOTHING, AND GHILDRENS' HATS Gents' Neckwear. axy other house is tow.n. THE PLAZA 7 3 , S. PATTY, MANCFABTUIIEH or Tin, Copper anfl Sheet Iron fares, Rootlnirnnd Spoutlnsr and Repairs mndu on short notice. East of Sbuppg's riiK"n i'bnu. las v iotas. VB'.V M EX I lestiit ill