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Las Ves Daily Gazette.
WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 22 Methodist Episcopal Church. GAZETILLA. Personal and General, Gathered From Ouartcrs of the City and Vicinity. One year ago last Suuday Hcv. Thos. Harwood. organized tho M. E churchin this city. Thirteen mem bers wero all that could be found in the place. llcv. 1). W. Calico was placed in charge by Bishop Merrill, lie moved to thia city on January 15th, 1880, in to the parsonage built by the society. Hey. Mr. Anniu generally opened the doors of his church for their use uuiil they could build. Soeu alter the organization they be gan the erection of the neat and com fortable church in which they now worship on Zion's Hill. Citizens, regardless of faith or creed or nationality gave liberally of their meaHS to the good cause. On Februrary 15th, 1880, Dr. Cranston of Denver, Colorado, dedicated the new church, since which time, however, about $500 worth of improvements to the church, parsonage and grounds hayo been added. Last Sunday there was four bap tisms in the church, three taken into full connection with the church, and one accession by letter. The membeuship of the church is now forty. Average congregation of morning, 75. Evening, 210. The secret of tho success of th chureh is the harmony and vim with which the enterprises of the church are entered into by the pastor and all the members. They strive unselfish ly to make the church homelike, pleasant aud cheerlul,aua inviting ioi everybody. The singing is most cellent and improving all the time. The sermons arc short and pointed. As a result when a stranger or any one else goes there once, they are made to feel so welcome and at home that they do not wait for a second invitation. for his on The Society Season. Who's Postmaster ? Thnrn is a ercat demand mules. Buildings are in demand in new town. Fuvlong li3S begun to occupy new building. Chas. Blauchard went south yesterday's train. Collins Bros, did not have their benefit any too soon. The trains from the west was a half hour late vesterday. Hay is on sale at living rates; horses can afford to eat now. All the spare hands in Las Ve gas have been engaged to made.ado- bes. Van SloOlcn is going to New Or leans to buy a smelter and to see his . Mr. Glced spent several weeks in Las Vcras and was well pleased with our town. Mr. Herbert has traded for a new piece of equine meat, a gray and a good animal. Mr. Laduer has nearly completed a house for temporary purposes, the burnt district. Mr. Whiteinan returned from the Oaks yesterday to settle up and see who's who after the lire. ! Wm. Whitelaw, Esq., left on yes terday's train for a short business trip to Hutchinson, Ks. ex- Mr. Taylor, the printer, thinks of returning to the Middle States in tho spring with his family. O. L. Houghton's Hardware store passed through the intense heat of the conflagration unscathed. Gas stock i3 above par with those who know just how the fire might have been avoided or stopped. -Small boys and homely ones should bo seen and not heard at the tables of public diniu;; ''alls. -The fronts in the ITMty Block, ou Center street are beu" painted aud new glass put in tho v;,.iows. Old town merchants arc feeling the effects of a transfer of trade from the other sido for ti c timo being. The New York Bakery is now in full blast in the blacksmith shop for- 011 The seasons round of gacty in Ve gas is about to be initiated. We un derstand that an elegant tea party was given by Mrs. to a dozen jrueits last evening, that Mr. and Mrs. will entertain their friends to the f about twenty at 4 o'clock dinner to-day, after which tho party- will go by their own private carriages on a drive up the cañón. To-morrow nvpiiintr Miss Pauline Wi'ifield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham mcrly occupied by Andy Norte. Scott, will entertain about 200 ot her Mr. J. B. Allen inserts a card in friends at the lively suburban residen- another column. Call on him if you cc at Garfield, Miss Pauline makes kpish a srood job of tailoring done her entree into society and will re- Robbins. the younger, is hunting ceive the congratulations. The for a ocatou to opcn 0nt a large stock music will be furnished by llancocK s of stationcry timt he has on the way orchestra, aud tho t'isiioii, ivcen, Houghton outht ot midjnglit marau ders in tho rendlnir of harmony and discord. The holy Moses. The Round Ups, The merchants of the burnt block are now busily rounding up the scat tered goods aud cutting out their several brands. A halt dozen or so different brands aro often found in one heap, Clothing from different houses, and of all sizes, shapes and qualities are found together. Anion other things a keg of butter, a case of A fine bunch ot tat cattle wero brought into Las Vegas yesterday. They looked as if they had seen good pasture. - The only adornment, to the east side, the music 6and, is gone. Sup pose we lend 'em our pump to put in its place. The contract for building the new hotel at the Hot Springs will be let soon. Contractors are now pre paring their bids. Born. Sept. 21st, 1880. at East Las cartridges, a box of soap or a sack of Veas' to the fe of Frederick I. corn meal is not an uncommon find. Mr. M. Whitemau arrived yester day from the White Oaks. Ho says that the yourg city of gold is flourish ing. New houses arc being built ev erv day. He says that Las Vegas will necessarily bo the point of sup ply for all that part of the country He bases his opinion upon the fact that this city is asnearas any other point that is acccsbible at all and that the road to this city is much better than the routs to other places. Mr. Whiteman spoke of three roads Oaks region, viz: One from Ilocra die's, called the upper road', ono thro' the Malpais district called the middle road and one through the Nogal Can on culled the lower road. All three of these roads arc almost impassable on account of 'he lack of water as also ou account of their roughness. Be sides there is nothing gained as to distance by goiu. to Socorro. A pc tition for a mail lino to the White Oaks, with coaches, was circulated a few weeks since and received 720 sig natures. This indicates a considera' ble camp. The large Slocks of goods taken to tho While Oaks a few weeks since is being sold at good figures Mr. Whitemau reports road agents eomewcat troublesom on tho road -- Mr. Walthall one of tho men who was employed ou the depot, got his shoulder broke yesterday by a, beam falling on him. Dr. Bayly set the bone and the patient was resting easy A) last accounts. Hooper, formerly of Worcestershire. England, a daughter. -Lias vegas is tne easiest place in the world to get in tho way of taking two much liquor. Bo careful boys, and hold the reins close. One or two of the sufferers have no other expectations than to make a margin on the lire especially those who had some shaky buildings. To stay or not to stay, that is the question with Marwedo and several other prospectors in our town. Stay of course. We will treat you white. Tho National Hotel on tho plaza isa first class placo to get a square meal. This hotel has not been h ope ration but a few weeks, yet it is stead ily growing in favor with hc public The newly married; J. J. Kelly and his bride arrived at Albuquerque on last night's train from Las Vegas Mr. Ivelly and his accomplished wife met with an ovation from Ihcir many friends hero.- Golden Gate. A large leather trunk, weighing about 150 pounds, no marks, was taken from a thief on the night oí the lire. The same can be had by calling on the Chief of Police, proving con tents and paying for this advertise incut. J. A. Lockhart c Co.. arc occupy ing tho new sales room next to the Sumner House to open out tho Chi cago niado furniture that they have Just received. Business is spreading from the old time center and we ex ncct Boou to see tho merchants taking up both Douglas and Graud avenues. There is no luolishuess in the minds of the east side citizens except that trace of it which permits thein to put up a frame house hero nnd there. The damaged fronts on Center street were, some of them, repaired yesterday at the expense of the insu rance companies ou Mills and Had- ley'8 list. Chas. Rathbon has put up a tent to protect his large stock of boots and shoes until a store room can be erected. He intends to build forth with. Hopper Bros., ware house built ent irely of adobes, with dirt roof pas sed through tho flames safely and saved a large amount of valuable pro gerty uninjured. Lots in the burnt district are com manding big figures now. Western people are full of energy and they will soon close up the breach made by the fire fiend. A geutlemau on the west side complains of having lost-two hats in three days, both new. He wore them to dinner and came away with worth less ones instead. . The insuruce agents are now busily engaged preparing the reports of their losses. It will be but ft few days until á large amount of money will bo paid out by them. F.J. Weber, auctioneer inserts his "ad." in another column. Mr. Weber is a first class salesman and will always get the last ccut, that any piece of property is worth. Attention is called, to the adver tisement, in another column of the large auction sale of building lots near the A., T. & S. F. depot at Santa Fe. This sale Is to take place Saturday. Col. Lockhart has erected a tem porary building on the diamond in front of Brownings real estate office, in which to store his furniture until his new store rooms are completed. Trading hats at dinner time is the one sided benent some miserable galoot at tho Exchange is perpetra ting. If he gets caught ho may get a black e e. -S. S. Meudenhall started for Kan sas City yesterday to purchase two car loads of horses and mules. He met with such good sales for the oth- cr car load that it lias encouraged him to try it again. -Mrs. Coltoa and little son left for tho north yesterday. She will first go to Colorado Springs, but will finally settle at Animas Citv. She left orders for the Gazette to be sent to her address. Rev. II. Forrester went east yes terday. He will be gone three months Ho will visit Chicago and Boston be fore proceeding to attend the general conference of his church at New York. The sun stepped across the line into the southern hemi-sphere yester day. Soon the storm king ot the north will gather his forces and send the migratory wild birds to the sunny south, there to bask in tho warm rays scut from beyond the Equator. The five cent lunch counter and bakery, carried on by Messrs. Huber- ty & Angelí is in full blast again. The owners have put up a tent and are taking in as many nickles as if they were in the finest kind of a house. They will change the name of their bakery. While the cast Las j. H. Lucas uf Mananturer of Mexican Filigree Jewelry. The manufacture of Filigree Jewel ry by native workmen being a special ty ill my business, aud many persons having expressed a desire to witness the process, I hereby extend a cordial invitation to all who may visit this city to call (presenting this card) aud give me the pleasure of conducting them through my Factory Santa i e N. M. S. H. Lucas. I have on baud 150 barrtU of apples which I will sell ai bottom prices. These apples aro all picked over. Call and get a barrel, at McKay's Restaur ant. J. W. Love. Also will have a car load of potatoes in to-day ; hold your orders, for I will sell cheaper than any one. 441t Hopper Bros, have just received a large supply of fresh butter. Call and see their apples aud other fresh fruits and learn their prices. They will sell cheaper for the next ten days than any other house iu the city ' ou all kinds of goods. They desire to build is the reason of this reduction In prices. 42-4t. EXCHANGE HOTEL -ON TIIE- lEUIIOFIEAN TP1LAN. OF PLAZA. .Vi II MEXICO. Mo o ni, Sample FOR COMMERCIAL, TRAVELERS. IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOTEL IS A NUMBER Good Opportunity. A young man doing business many years in this territory, aud has a large trade, wholesale and retail, will iriako arrangements with any person who wishes to start business general mer chandise iu a No. 1 town iu this ter ritory. Address, A. D., lw. Albuquerque, Brick for sale in large or small quantities, tit . Lockhart & Co's. Fresh oysters at - "IIilty Bros. TAURANT. THE TABLES SUPPLIED WITH DELICACIES OF THE SEASON. O TRANSIENT TRADE SOLICITED. ONE RFS ALL THE .1. T. 1IGOYFAI Swiss cheese at Hilt y Bros. In our gents furnishing goods de artment which is a new feature, we keep as complete a stock as can be found in any city. . J. IlOSENWALD & Co- 41-tf. Gents, boys aud childrcns ready made clothing at J. ROTENWALD & Co. 41-tf. All kinds of wollen goods just re ceived and for sale at low figures, at J. Rosenwald & Co. 41-tf. A large invoice of choice candies just received by A.J.Crawford. 41. tí. Two good carpenters wanted im mediately by Frank Ogden. 41-tf.- Lost. Between tho residence of Mr. Hcise and Herbert's drug store, a solataire diamond ring. The fiuder will be suitably rewarded by leaving the same at the store of M. Ilelse. lw MEN DENH ALL & CO Feed, and Sale Dealers in Horses and Mules, also Fine Buggies and Rigs for the Hot Springs and other Points of Interest. The Outfits in the Territory. Carriages for Sale Finest Live'v 5 risen. Sonih side of the Plaza, Las Vegat, N. M. This Ilouye has been Newly Refitted and Refurnished and Affords the Rest Accommodations to the Traveling Public. I have 800 choice No.tfiickeus on hand yet. Call and get your pick of them. At the Panhandle Corral Also good No. 1 creamery butter at McKay's Restaurant. '" J. W. Love. Notice. Any person desiring claims in the San Carlos District would do well to get Dan Morrow to locate them as he has located sev-ral tor different parties which ga u perfect satisfac tion, .He is perfectly familiar with the country aud rocks. 36-tf. GRAND AUCTION SALE A car load of apples just received at Hopper Bros. Vegas yet in its infancy the Garette was a Mr. R. G. McDonald, while east, bought a large stock of fino whiskies and wines ot first hands and is now prepared to offer splendid bargains, aud to sell at a lower rate than any body. ... 86-1 w Situation Wanted. In a dry goods, grocery, hardware or general store. Applicant has had fourteen years experience, speaks epanisli, English and French. Tho best of retereuces. Address, A. C. Postoflice, Las Vegas. 37-lw ed attention to the necessity fire company and pointed out the danger of not providing against such a calamity. How sadly has the truth of t he predictions then made been verified. Mrs. Aienueiinaii, motner or our esteemed townsmau, S. S. Meuden hall, left for Georgetown, Colora- do, yesterday. She took with her a little daughter of Mrs. Kelso, who has been visiting in Las Vegas for several months, and likes' the climate so well that she will stay an other month. High Ball and Faro Bank. IIolbrook'3 tobacco is the best- Fall clothing at C. E. Wescho's, old and new town, ine latest styles, a fine selection at astonishing low figures. Before you purchase look at my stock in tho old and new town. I sell summer clothing at cost. 35-tf C. E. Wesciie. In the rtome building, opposite to Otero, Sellars & Co's warehouse, you will find the finest 6tock in town of dry goods, notions, Gents furnishing goods, boots and shoes,fresh groceries. and qucensware. rsew stociu JNew goods, 85-tf, Ladies work boxes, beautiful de signs, just received by Charles Ilfeld There has been just fitted up iu the back room at the Exchange Saloon, a ! splendid Club room, where you "can play high ball or faro. 2-t. Slopping Over. Reliable Insurance LIVERPOOL, LON DON, $ GLOBE. HOME, of New York. SPRINGFIELD, Fir and Marine, Mass. The Western Meat Market is full and running over with all kinds of good things to eat, Pork, Veal, Mut- . Q. R. BROW IN G, l 71 1 T ) , - . T Tl 1 1 1 - I - luu, jjuci ami j-cui uicui, uuu jjcu me clerk wears a broad grin. 48-2t. Herbert & Co., are showing a commendable energy in re-locating and prosecuting their business in East Las Vegas. 48-2t. For Sale. A Weber upright plono, nearly now. It will bo sold for $500, aud is to bo seen at Browne & Mantazanarcs. U461-W A$nt. Offce in the new town. Coffins, Casliets and Underiahing Goods of aU tunas fiept constant ly on nana by FRANK OGDEN Las. Vegas, N. M. Orders promptly jitled BTTLIDING LOTS! ADJOINING A.T.&S.F.R.R. DEPOT At Santa Fe, N". M. On Saturday September 25, 1880, atlo'olock r in., on tlie Premises. GEE AT AUCTION SALE ONE HUNDRED LOTS! This valuable property situated immcdiatly adjoining the railroad depot on the Main avenues and streets intersecting, is the most desirable property ever offered for sale iu tUe Territory and will iu a few mouths double in val ue. Now is the time to secuic a business plot or sites lor residences, 'the laud is high and healthy and commands a splendid view of the surrounding country. I he terms upon whien tins property win oe onerea aro so noerai that every one cau purcliase one or more oí meso lois. iu oruer 10 give an an equal opportunity to buy, no lots will be sold at prívalo sale. But the en tire number will bo offered at public sale as rbovc. Head the terms. 10 per cent, of the purchase money on dry of sale. 25 per cent in 30 days 65 per cent, balance, may remain ou bond aud mortgage for two years at 12 per cent iuterest. Title perfect, (jome one, uomo aiu aau uou i mis tnis goiaen op nnrtnnitv. Don't let a few capitalists monopolize the entire profits, but ev ery man and woman should buy ouc, it will pay better than a silver mine. For maps and other information apply at the oincc ot WM. M. BERG Ell, on the Plaza, Santa Fe, N. M. A full assortment of Homeopathic remedies constantly kept on hand at the Central Drug Store. dlá-ti. Lockhart & Co. have the boss lum ber vard in the territory. 249ti Found. By Blaz Ortega, of Plaza de Vijiles, near the Dot Springs, a large pocket book containing a large amount of pa pers. The o, nor will call at this ot fice for further information. Religious Literature. I would respectfully announce to the reading public, that I will soon have on hand some fine Bibles aud other religious works for 6alo very cheap. E'egant Family Bibles illustrated, at the lowest possible rates. Your patronage is solicited. Homer Newberuy, Missionary Colportem. 21-tf. , . To Kent. A good dwelling house with four rooms. Inquire at, this office. Graham's cocoanut Central Drug Store. oil soaps at the tf. I have just received a fino assort ment of Gents underwear of all grades which I will poll at tho lowest possible puces, i;, j;, VesCIIE. C.E. WESCIIE'S NEW STORE, NEW GOODS! NEW TOWN I In the Home building opposite to Otero, Sellars & Co's warehouse you will find the best stock of DRY GOODS and NOTIONS, GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS and CAPS, Boots and Shoes, Ladies Shoes and Slippers, Glass aud Qucensware, Stationery and tho best selection of Staple and Fancy Groceries in Town. 35-tf C. E. Wasciie. Loskhart & Co., have just received a car load of sash, doors, etc. 21-tf O. L. Houghton has a regular ar senal ot fire-arms, tho largest stock in all the west. It is not only for a re tail, but for a wholesale trade that ho is prepared. His advantages for buy ing enables him to sell this class of goods as low as they can bo got anywhere. Wines and liquors of the best qual ity, and oí tho best brand at whole sale or retail at M. Ileise's, south side of the plaza, Las Vegas, N. M. 853-tf The cluiccst invoice of tea ever brought to New Mexico, just received by A. J, ClUWFORD, lGtf. " r \n\n leadinirto Socorro from the Whiíe