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THE ' , . , ' a; . 7, . 7 ijS l I ih i i ir1. Three Thousand Pounds of IIOID'S Bl'II.DIMJ. A IMnza Adornment. Mr. Andres Dold lias asked for bids un a new l.uildin that lie proposes to erect on I lie northwest corner of the plaza, which will add greatly to the a ppcariiiK e oithu business center of West Las Vegas, The building is to be 02x70 tici. two .'lories high. The Vroiu will be ol brick, and the sides a d rear wa 1 of stone. The first floor will be occupied by Herbert . & Co. for a drug store and wiil he ino-t conveniently arranged and al I rue ively ii fed up. There will be three large show wiudows and two double doors. The stole room will he fourteen feet hih. The sec oui story will have eleven foot ceiling, and will con tain seven business offices all tnr insh'.'d in good style. Throng out t ie building will be finished in a solid su staulial way. We have seen the pi o , which wer prepan d by ( 'harh s Whcclock the architect', and they cer tainly pr-scin a line appearance. The from wiil be rniiiiienteit with atine inm coi'iiice,wiih an iron balcouy.it s the lMteji; ion t .VL-. Do Id I o have the building eninp eted and r"ady for oc-cupaii'-y al an eariy day. Telegraph Line to. the Nprinsi. Tin- importance of the L;is 'e:as Hot Springs as a resort and sanitar iuni has jserer been doubted by the people who know the advantages that it possesses The eflorts being made by the Hot Springs company to ad vertise the place will certniuly result in bringing them into the pronien.ee. Ley deserve and bring hundreds uft thousands of people to this vicinity It was thought sometime nu vhat a telegraph Hue coanecting tU Springs ! periixiicals. Willi La, Vegas would lT a. good in-1 -There is considerable talk about vestment and Mr. IL. T. Tn.blooiL . l)tiildiii- and it is u.edieled that there inauagiroi !he S.?f,t-iiiou Te!e-J AÍn i,e fu,v twice as manv buildings graph Cump:ui:.:,aíler carefully coi t.rt.títe(t durbm- tin-, coming vear than si.iering thü.ieiiipti has decided, to j t hero has been in the year justclos bngin work u once on. the proyoi-ed 1 u.r, nev line, 'I he line will foliow the Ü-Thc scssiou of t he i-onnty eom ly.ag.m.road and connect with the i missioiiiTs has beini n l.iisV one, and Western Union office in. ibis tity. Al- undoubtedly be protracted till Wed llioughitis a private t-nlerprise of ncsday or Thursday. Thus tar coun Mr. Trttblood's the sa-me rules wid be j ty warrants to the amount of. ver adopted as govern, the WeHern Uu- ; $15,U00 have been redeemed. !, I!.,,.., I I. I. ...... J . ' k,.. o . ,.,fc.j;.. u.Ua many I p lint in the country will be traiis.-.ct-ed as speedily as front a Western Un- ion o lllce. A very modérate. larifí 11 be- aharged, only t went y-li ve cents. ?or tn words, and as busiosl incie ses this wil be reduced. It has not e been decided where the otliee. will be located but it will very likely be established in the ofli:x ol the bath house, where a first clase, opera tor will be stationed. Bids lor tele graph poles have been asked and if thev can be promptly secured work will be begun at once and the line be jui! in i o d running order within the next thirlyday-. The bun will be well equipped, and Mr. TrubOoyd certainly deserv cs fircat en dit for bis enter prise in arranging to. give us tcle erapli cromniuiiic.'Uion with this pop ular resort. Christ ias f-'esti vilieN. i.xieimve j.u e,i,u in hmih aro oeiug amt oe insured mi evening's enjoy madc by the ladies nt ibe M. L j mcnt. ciinrch to make the Clirii-tmas grotto, i - i t would be well if a little more i-.., t : i. ..... . for the children in i very way n suc cess. The excrciscM will lie held on Christmas eve, and every tiling will be done tó make it an enjoyable affair for the little pc-ple. A collection was taken up at the church service on S tnd iy ever.ing for the benefit, ot the ioor, ami this sum together with a con-iderable amount raised by suh- .. . . T . 1 .1 . s a ipiion v, i vesieroii v expended in i I lie on reliase of u e.-iri n rr mmnrt'l nfti'l ' i - -1 -1 - - - - - kinds for the needy. The other ib nominations aro like wbc at work and there U no reason why the children, at leant, will not I. ave ''A merrv 'hrit mas. --Don't forget the reading by Mrs. W. F. Smith for the benefit ot the Lis Vega Academy tit the l'ivsbyte riiu church on Wednesday evening. LEADER PLAZA GROCERS, uazette uleamxgm. Yesterday was a beautiful day i over head bu; frightfully b id under toot. W. A. Given- received a large ! number i t sewing machines yester-i dav. -Demetrio Terez sold to Stephen i íur !l iow (1il.vs L. Garrard the lot on the aceijuia. in-j Col. utt, assistant chief engineer front of hi house for $12") cash. j of the Mexican Ceu.ia! Itailvwij i Uudi Jlulnies fehippe.l h calico j passed through on bis way vasl ye--! buri'o by express to Kansas City yen- t-el'day. terday as a. Christina gift to :i friend, i --11. G. Barker M. I), of Livingsli u ! The lah'-v,ay saw mill has been "ty. M;souri, has opened an oi-j moved nearly a mile abuve its loi nier l!te in ,h 1',0,t'J 'I'l"511' l!l1' Optic position, to the Canada de Apichus, j bl ck. Mr. J. O. Wilkinson has opened ! Clarvwe "Wells leaves on Thnr.-- one of t he neatest oyster the territory, in one of the in.s mi Centre street. aioons in ' new luild- Herbert & Co. expect to n.ove into their new ea-t side drug store to morrow when they ill make a h-ind-sota; exhibition .f ( ' ! : r i s t nun good. Quite a number of improvements have been made in the .National House. The otliee lias heeti enlarged aud the dining rouiu is liued itiu the rear. - Our evening coufempnrary is making great .preparations to startle the peuple with :i c uriers address on New lear's day.. The thing is kept very secret. J. lío;oíMV!(d & (lo. sold to Stephen L. Garrard Saturday the lot adj'diúii'g the residvnee of Demetrio Pure, 3 left trout aud 22Ó feet deep fcr $160 cash. Chas,. F. Ward & Co have opened a news stand on Centre s-.reet. They will keep an assortiueut, of other ar ticles as well as tlfe- latest and best U'nrL- u. Il survm- ..i'the new railway line from El l'a.M, to the (Jity of Mexico nas been postponed lor several weeks. Supplies are needed before lhe party can ei:ter upon 1- woiv when the survey will be pushed through without iuterrtiptiau. All the work on lh"iiew building of the First National I.auk will be completed bv to-morrow night. The new sate is now on the wav but there i. no knowing when it will arrive, but oncehereit will not be long be fore ii is put in place and io, mediate ly there titer the banking rooms will be opened for business. Mrs. W. F, Smith who is to give a public reading at the l'resbytei ian church to-morrow evening is highly spoken of asan elocutionist, iu Kan sas. By assisting in swelling the building fund of the Academy, our people will be aiding a good cutis attention was paid lo our streets. They are in bad enough condiii. n without making Mhcm any wor.-e. Someone has been digging up the street just east of the St. Nit bolas to get material for making adobes. The road is left in bad condition and those who have rendered it more nearlv im passible sliuld be obliged lo fix it up. A "soiled dove" known by the mine of "Little .Jessie" at tempted to r-olve the problem, "does death end nli'' by resorting to morphine m Saturday night. She fount! life un- bearable in the dar.ee hall and took twenty grains of mo.-pl.ine, which would have accomplished its work if T1 Mill! il..,., u Dr. Mildgati had not ollset it with a strmach pump and succeeded in bringing her out. CRAI FANCY OANDIES, at Twenty-five Cents miimw in. iii "inn ' wiaszs rEKSOXAL. -Andres Dold returned from Xew : York on Sunday. ' Frank Ogden returned yesterday from bis trip down the valley. , J. il. UubinsdU. mining eniiinetr of the A. T. & 8. F. U. II. is in lottii ii day to s-pend Chrisunas in I'm b:o. Souie one savs lie about H be nrnr- i lied. Xo cards. j ;iev. .ni oauioni ruiiiiucu iimu a tour t hrough the southern country yesteiday. He expects to go ea-t iu a" few days to be gone some time. Sieve Mendenhall is happy once more; Ids wife, dauglit. r and boy re turned trun? a two r.n.nt Irs visit, to friends in Aiisson.i and Kansas yes terday. I ... AT.. o 1 ....I......... ! í'. . . tv . 1). . h1 ''ni loriuorty a -v es tera Union operator in this ciiy re turned from Ieadvilie .uiuiay aud has taken his old jio-iiioti in the La i Vegas ofliee. t Mrs. W. F. Kelso roturwd from street una tliey are oungeu 10 uavei (leoivetov. ti, Ctilorado, testerday.. in the ros.d. She touud that the elinuiie did not-; On Sunday morning as Jose (Jalle agreo with her there and has decided j gos, a small boy about eight years to spend the'winter in this city. ' old, son oí Pablo Gallegos, was com- Maj. Thomas d. Anderson, gener-! i":r from the Jesuit College he was al advertiser a-vi-v of the A. T. & I run down by a Wain and barely cs- o i, i i .T,...;. ...;n l1. II. 11. 1 Ut l i I U I iiii v.-1 . gage in the who-! esa lt grocery 1:uss ness in this territory and Colorado. Charles Wh.eeloek, the archil eel . hastening to g t bis busim in skipi that he may take a four weeks vaca tion. It' wili vi-dt. Washington.. Bal tinioreNew York and possibly Bos ton to visit, friend-; and relatives. D. A. Valentine aud I. N. Siriek ler of the Ued Cliif company after spending nearly two month in tin? White Oaks and neighboring camps, started for their home in 'IVpcka yes terday, i'hey will ret urn again in the spring. Mr. J. M. Da-idson enme up yes- to,-,Pv ir,,.,. il.; White í iiksi lie will be in town for a dty or iw-, when he I that the dreams of those who expect -will go casi on a visit to Id- family. 'd K Faso lo become the great rail Air. Davidson speaks ell ot i lie nm. ! wav town, are not to bo realized peels of fie cainu and says t he coi'ooi -ates are showing up well, lie has tak en up several claims iu that- dis trict. i Air. W. 11. Lawrenee oft ím- S lv City MlniiKj Chronicle arri ved n Ve gas jesteroay and will leave ot home lo-dav. He left Si. ver City the d.-.y after election and h.is since then pir iu good work lor New Mexico i'i gen eral and Grant county iu p.irticiilM' üü advertís eg our re-o irees. lie v itei& St. Louis, Chicago, I dianapoiis, Cin eiiiuati, 5v;insas Cil v an I other citie. and tpom the u tie of tr.i.. we have seen from lime to time L eastern exch -nges we are sure, t ha; be has done a great deal towards bring ing New Mexico into ftvr.d.)!e !!iee. A few iui.i. ignition iike Mr. Lawrenct v uld create a boom tor ilo- territo ry, i hat would he as great n.-vt would hn beneficial, ib' .i a live mv .-paper man and has recently ptirch.ised ma- terial for eiilaruing his ioiirual to a five cohiinn lo!h -F. M. Smith, I'urchaMivj Agen' of thr A. T. & ti. F. road, reports that that tiie company is storing ice along the road as follows: Law reuee, TííO tons; Toi.cka. 500 toll.-; Atchison, Ó0C ton-; Florence store-house, l,.r,00 tons; Newton. 450 ton; S.ireid, -100: Lo Jnntll m. LnH V(,,,s "m. c.tV, j j,in(rUoUf 350 tens" Albuquerque, S50 t Sau m Um Tm, , 7 onn I ''"UU' Junta.500; Las Vega-, 400; fialisteo . A SMALL CAR LOAD OF EGGS at GKAAF&CO'S. C 00. LAS g jjjgj THE in our line. Are prepared to undersell guarantee satisfaction lo all . TEL ranspaasB gammas w i i wmm Are Aeius ti-v DEVLIN & CO., New York. Keep the Largest Line of lit'Keii davs." Satistaci-on guaranteed, and no C. O. D. business. i'aution To He fit I ess Drivers. Time ami uuu; again we have had oc casion lo speak oi reckless dri ving.but still accidents are continually happen ing and the authorities should sec that this habit, of dashing along the street ; at a oreakueck pace is stopped' It is nothing uncommon to see a hack go wh;z.ing along the street on which the Jesuit College and the Convent of i lie Sisters of Loretto arc situated, much to the peril of the pupils who attend those schools. Many of these children are quite small and they find t dillb ult to get out oí harm's way a there arc no sidewalks on that . i t ..... .. I ! caned with his lite A team came . tearing along and when in trout ot the bouse of Juan Lopez, before the little fellow could get out oi the way, he was struck by the tongue ot the wagón, fairly in the mouth, and j thrown down. All of his lront teeth wi re bmUen out, his jawbone broken aud he was otherwise seriously in jured. Without waiting to see how badly thu boy was injured the driver kept on and passed out of sight un recognized. The Rooming Town. Fvi n i.ow there seems to be a dif ference of opiuio'i as to where the i great town ol the southwest is to be i located. Nearly everyone believes .Mesilla is ceriainU the most i-.pular town of any th.-.t have been named, bin it was stated to us by a man who probsses to be well itiíorim d as to the plains id' the Southern raritic I Kail way managers, that the two road I will cross at a nbee called Van Wm- ' kle'- raiiclu some distance this side of ..... ... I'.i IM'il. , ills plifcr is S:itit to or uu' best point lor a town, not uiths'and : ine- the claim- made bv Mesilla.. Hotel Arrivals. ST XienOl.AS HOTKL. A Mi'py, Sania Fe: Will.. .a..Utu Io'.ht, ii.il ;.I.li. ti'wl'.H. il I.eniit'v.l II. D ytli, III-, hi Mu ilíeu'li; 1Ilm!)M-i i,'. Ill-111, lo; j olí ti S. X lliecs, IvaiiHils I il ; Itcttl") F. II, iV I , Iil'fn Itlillo okasu viuw it -Tr-:r, . :úví. T. .tics, l.niilsillf, .y. :.5 Dtcklo- mm, TruU'lieli .1 . T )'l nnor, l!:itin ; JIiv. j F1 I.'. C 'IV ii. .it F. II. ti.tr, ( lewl.uiil; L.A.I tier .-y, Uili-u , ill t S :n T IíIi-hIcs: S A. j Harm.. lis ; J .' K . Huve. Maa.- rare; ,M U mil- ill Uiillll US ;llni.I!. Ill 8,-. M.llBl.uHtuWII l.i.va; II. I,. Ciniiialiav;, K. C ;M .M'Si.iijfcr, . . .,.,...., i.-. ' ' .' ' in,:,.,, m :, .r n i,.v,-.n, t,-,-,,i,i., i . .t ii , , -i-v ..... KATIdX.lL HOTKL. Git,). Jiviifrr, Denvurj J. I. St'inerimo, Dan li r, Pa.0.0 Handy, Cabra Sprliig, L D. Tut iniao, III. i Tioii Friuen. Tlptonv llc ; Mrs. ISoi'tlni Ttirnor, lis; S. A. A'iljtt, Antn.i ctiioo; Aiirtor. WI!mai,lo ; Attention, AH member of O. O of II i You are requested to be nt the I. () (J. F. lodge room on fcumiay Dc- 1 cemb.-r 26i H at 2. n. m. sharp, lor con- i cember 26it at 2. n. m. sharp, lor con- ( frrring tlio degree. All members of the I. O O F A F & A M K. of 1 ,' !U"1 L - r" a nre cordia,l.v ",v" I 0(1. Bv ordci of J. B, Gartrell, II. IIvrixokr. Grand Signer, U rami Secretary. OUR HOLIDAY GOODS. ARE DCING- LARGEST BUSINESS all I hers. Will tako pleasure h showing our weil assorted stock. And our customers. Keep the latest styles. And never carry old stock. We invite attention to our CHRISTMAS GIFTS That will be a source of joy and comfort to yourself and family to be found iu the greatest variety at Chas. Ilfeld's. Thev surpass anything ever before brought to this town. The little folks, their parents aud all their relatives are respectfully in- boots and shoes, which is now com vitcd to examine my sock. They nete. Please give me a call and savo will secure a more tasteful and moro ustrful present at the lowest possible prices. Inquire at ClIAKLKSILFELD'S. COME TO STAY. The increase in patron age bestow ed upon our bouse the past few mouths neces sitat ed ad ditional, store room and a large increase of our stock of" goods. Our arrangements have been made with careful regard to the wants of our cus tomers, and facilities for inspec tion ot goods, which we oiler at' IíEMAlíKABLY low figures.. We handle nothing but standard brands ot canned goods. The choicest butier, apples, pota toes and everything kept in a first-class grocery st're. Courteous allent on ex tended to all visitors and goods open.- U' inspection with out any regard to purchase. Conic and see Bell, Craig & Co., The plaza grocers. Oranges at Bell, Craig & (Jos. Goto Jndd's Barbershop and get scraped, Exchange Motel. tf. Pickets for sale at Lockbart & Go's planing mill. 29-tf. Honev at Bell. Crnir &). I ' We are prepared to furnish all kinds of building materials for con tractors. LoCKIIART ifc Co. 21 -tf. Choice Butter at Bell, Craig & Co. Ilolbrnok'-. tobacco is the best. Wav 1 wo prices ,oi Cardigan Jaeketi,' ( 'oinl'orters. Scarfs, Nubias.'Tntcv Knit Coats and Dress euods at Wksciik's. A line of Ladies' Coats at less than cost, for the next ton dnvs C. E. Wksciie. Kaiitn ClniiNe on Time. If you want to make a nice holi day gift ro and examine the large stock of Watches, ("locks, Jewelry anil Silver riaten Ware nt Skkwald's. i'ieklea by the quart at Bell, Craig & Co.'s. COltageS 10 Kent. Hot; Snriiiir8. Apply to the New York Clothing Store, East Las Ve sm. 314-tf. Brick for sale in large or small quantities, at Lockiiakt & Co's. per . Pound ! MP mil Samples ever shown. Suits ready in To It. It. Employees. Thanking you for the so very 'liber al patronage bestowed upon me iu the past and assuring you that I will do ' all in my power to merit the same also in the futurp, I would herewith call your attention to my new stock of clothing, gent's furnishiug goods. money by buving of Isidor Stern. Oranges at Bell, Craisi & Co.'s. Fresh eggs, at I'cll, Craig & Co. Malaga grapes, at Bell, Craig & Co. Christmas Toys, at: Bell, Craig & Co. Apples, at Bell, Craig & Co. For flannels, come to I. Stern. For ladies' cloths and waterproof come to Isidor Stern. Fresh Oysters, at Bell, Craig & Co. Lemons, at Bell. Craig & Co. Fop Corn, at Bell. Craig & Co. l lurísima Uitis. My now stock came iu and will be ready tor inspection in a'few days. Isidor Stern. Cabbage, at Bell, Craig & Co. For ladies' woolen underwear come to Isidor Stern. Goods retailed at wholsale prices at Isidor Stern's. Buckwheat Hour at n83i f .1. Ghaaf & C o's. Turnips, at liell, Craig & Co. Theodore Kulenbeck has received a fine stock 'd' gold and silver filisrree jewelry and also a nice lot of silver plated ware tor thr holidays. tf Dried beef at Bell, Craig & Co.'s. If you want a good Pocket Knife, a pair otcissors that keeps sharp, an elegant set of table cutlery, or a first-clas razor, go to" j F. Wksciik's.- Corn meal at Brll Craig & Co.'s. Holiday Gooiln. Autograph A I bit ins, Photograph Albums, Pict tire Books, Novels, i 'nines, Writing Desks, Dolls, Tea sets and ot her tovs. C. K- Wkschk. 't he fact is tha , lloimhton keeps i he best ass rted stock ot bird cayes io he found west of S1 . Louis. Go and see them fur he has jttst got in a big supply .,f them ot all styles-brass ami painted, New York cheese at Bell, Craig & Co 's. I would rcspeclfiillv call the atten tion of all persons going to and from the Whi'eOak mines, ami the pub lic iu general to the fact that I have removed our store from Tecolote to Autor Chico, where I keep a com plete assortment of general merchan dise; aud make a specialty of miners supplies, provisoria ect, ' Anton Chi co is on the direct route to the mines and I sollgowtts at the lowest rates. David Wintkknitz, & Anton Chico, N. M Fresh eggs, it Bell, Craig & Co. Wisconsin rea cry butter at BEfcL, CltAict & Co'b.