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THELAST VEGAS GAZETTE-TUESDAY EVEXIXG, MAY 4, 1886.
HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL TRADERS. Calvin Fisk's Real Estate, RENTAL AND LOAN AGENCY Office Sixth St., opposite postofiice. MONET TO LOAN ON GOOD REAL ESTATE SECURITY. HOUSES TO HUNT ron saxjxzi Ralni property, nrlce f 6,500, lessee guar anteed lor a year, at s iw per inouin. Residence property for sale, price S1,000; oars 85 net a"iton Investment. A few cholo, lots for sale at reasonable Upares, iiiulness chances for sale. Don.t forget to come and sue us before mak inir investments. Calvin Flsli. ga jai Sails fefttc. TUESDAY EVEN IXO, MAY 4. BUSINESS ITEMS. Visit Evans1 Art and Curiosity Store Tbe Home restaurant furnishes the best meals in town. Straw bats of the latest style and nnest material have just been received at toe Uoiden Hule. St. Dennis has purchased the Sixth Street Exchange, and will open in the morning wttn nic&nignt behind tbe bar. Belden & Wllsou are receiving three limes a weeK ualirornia vegetables and strawberries also hume grown lettuce, raaisoes ana onions. P. L. Strauss, the Plaza merchant, is now opening a beautiful stock of spring goods, it win pa; tbe ladies to look al it and boar bis prices. Leave orders for ice at Leon Bros., west side, ana wens, rargo (Jo. s of fice on east side. Montezuma Ice Co. PERSONAL. Items Concerning People and Their Doings, A. D. Hudnall loft tbis morning for socorro. Mrs. Jacob Gross came in last night íruiu vae east, Harry Wells, T. L. Berry and Jim Clay pulled out this morning for their respective ranches. O. W. Hartman, San Miguel; H. D. Reinkin and Frame Jager, Watrous, are among, recent arrivals in the city. Jeff Helsley, formerly of tbe Prairie cattle company, has just returned from Texas, whitlier be went last fall. Posey Page leaves tome lit for Albu querque íl the interest of the heavy St. Louis wool house which ho roprosonts. Rev. Thornton, superintendent of Methodist missions in New Mexico, came in this morning from an extended trip to the south. J. V. Zimmerman was an arrival by the train from the south this morning. He has been into Texas and Arizona, and says the Indian troubles are getting pretty warm again. Superintendent Vaiie, of the tele phone service, is showing his usual en ergy and enterprise in the way in which hfc is pushing the matter of a telephone between this city and Santa Fe. M. J. Lasar has presented an olegant $500 diamond to rank Robinson, who was his companion whon the attempt to hold hiui up was made and wiio as sisted in standing off the villains. Mrs. C. A. Rathburn loft this morning for Chicngo. She went as far as Raton in the special car of her father, Super, intendeut Dyer. Accompanying her were her mother and a wholo car load of ladies and children. They had their baskets of provision, and evidently in tended having a picnic. I ho accom panying party will roturn on 101 tonight. Tom Frilzlou is down from VVatrous, Hlddera lor Forage and Fuel. Agreeable to announcement, bids for fuel and fora ge for supplying the va rious posts throughout the military dis trict of New Mexico woro opened at the office of the chief quartermaster on Sat urday at noon. The lowest bidders were; For coal M. Quigg, except for Santa Fe, O. W. Alexander, of Cerrillos. For wood J. T. Newhall.at Santa Fe; A, Staab at Ft. Stanton and Ft. Win gate: lltn bbuster, t. Bliss; M. Fren ilentbal, Ft. Sheldon. For corn A, Staab at Ft. BayarJ, Santa Fe, Ft. Bliss. Ft. Stanton. Ft. Sheldon and Ft. Vyiogate. Also bay at i t. Diirs, anuí re nun rt. wingatu. For oats Jacob De Cou at Fis. Bav ard, Bliss, and Stanton: M. liruuswick at bama he and its. Wiugate and union; a. otahb, ft. l,ewn. ror bran M. Brunswick at Fls. Bayard, bholdoo, union and Santa Fe Jacob pe Con at rt. Sheldon; Ben ocDuster at r t. unas. A. Stabb at Fls. Louis and Wingate. For Way DeCou atFts. Bavard and Sheldon; M. Brunswick al Ft. Union. inese are tlio lowest bidder at dis trict headquarters in Santa he. Bids lor the same supplies were also onenod at tbe various posts, and the definite re sult as to wbo secured tbe contracts can not therefore be announced until all the posta are heard from, which ill be about the first ot next week. New Mexican. . Bt Arrival. St. Nicholas: L H niythe and J 8 Wlaan nanea: i a. uaiaweii, wire ana daughter, Jea body. Ka; Howard II Carroll, Dl, Baltimore; Dkpoi Hotel: W B Baker, San MarWal S A Baxter, Frank E Baxter, Lima, (I: C II Holt-Ins, J D Hamilton, A A Muriner, I. H Fielding, W E Roos and wife, Chicago; J T Slloms, Phosnlx, A T; Geo N Miller, Pitta burg; C P Feddereen, Iowa ; T J Walker, Kan sas t:lty; W M Thomas, New Castle. Pa; C 8 Trusaell, Haton; D S Elciridire. Albuquerque Daniel N Howard, Boston; A Goodman, New York. Plaza Hotel:-R Efbatham.Gee Heredan. Texas; H U Keinken, Watrous. ' HOME ITEMS, Santa Fo County Tries to (iobble Glorieta. in en n .Huuger Hot Spring. People llnilrond llanera, elr. Santa l' t'licck. At the county commissioners' court yesterday a very cheeky letter was read from B, Seligniau, chairman of the Santa Fe county board. The document commenced: "We hereby inform you that we claim all taxes collected by San Miguel county omciais witmn me bound anes ot the county of Santa Fe. as es tablished by an act of the territorial legislature, approved 1882." lue disputed territory in question comprises a small portion of Glorieta bill and is poorly populated and really has no taxable property. Tbe sturdy burghers of staid old Santa Fe have suddenly awakened to tbe thought tba their pinion patch of a county is a small outnt, ana rousea by tbe inspiring woruu oi tne d aru or immigration ana otber spou ters. the grasDint? oonimis sioners of Santa Fe countv have soueht to extend their domain by encroaching uu me riguutot oau Miguel. The commiHiioners adopted asa reso lution that after a caroful examination of the laws fixing the boundries we lind that San Miguel county oUioinls have not assosed or collected oulsldo the county lines, that on tbe contrary th board is informad that attempts have been and are being made by the presen auuiioiiuer assessors oi Santa to coun ty to assess outside of their jurisdiction money .Not Everything. An amusing scene occurred at the depot this morning. A man who signs himself A. A. Mungcr, Chicago, whom report states to have a yearly income of I imyjuu, wanted Ills buggngo cliecked to Chicago when his ticket only called lor A-insns (Jiiy. lue bagtragoniastoi respectfully declined, as such procedure was contrary to orders. Munger iu sisted that be bad passes beoud Kansas uity, but loflily refused to slinwlhnm rinding the baggage man immovable .Hunger began abusing and villif.ying mm, threatening that lie should be dis missed, and iinallv went to Stiuorintun dent Dyer with his complaints. Dyer on investigation sustained tbe baggage- uittsier. rinaiiy, munger Dflcntue so abusive that Frank Ram let him know that bhang, tbe baggage master, was on duly and could not reply to him, but tnai ne, nam, would give him a ireu l eel thrashing if he did not go about ins ousiness and let Sbang alone luunger went on swennnp: vengeance and that he wcu.d huve the whole con cern tired. Railroad Nailers. Payrolls are out on time and left to day for lopeka. The regular train from the east last night consisted of niue cuaches and was well tilled with passengers. E. Wilder and party will be in tonight on 101, in tho special car 63, on route to laiiiorma. Mr. Wilder is treasurer of the Santa re company. A bridge was burned Monrfiv nio-l-t three and a half miles east of Cerrillos. by which the passt nger today from the soutn was delayed nearly lour hours A laborer on the work train was baillv nun yesteruav a short distance above here. Ho was brought in last night on ioi anu isKon out to llie Hospital. freight receipts in car load lots: One car of wool. J. Roseuwald & Co.; one of potatoes. Gross. BlBckweli & Co : one of grain. Browne & Manzanares; one of conee, Arouckle, one of tlcur, Charles 11I01U. A three hundred foot brldtre on tha Aiiantio oc memo near Winslow was burned yesterday morning, delaying tne Atlantic x memo train some four teen hours. It caught tire from the pile driver. AVATEHINO PLACK NOTES. Irma Concerning the lot Sprlngo. I. as Vega 11. Forsvth nnd family, of 1 Mo., are enjoying the pleasures of life at ow Mexico b great resort. Mrs. A. Wilder, of Toueka, wife of tbe claim agent ot the Santa Fe road, is stopping at me not springs hotel. A. Munger, of Mungcr, Wheeler & Co., Chicago's great elevator lirm, has ooon nero iorinreo weeks, building up his health. Ben Brewster, ono of tho "old stand- oy patrons, who was a gaest of the first Montezuma, has been here for the past month. J. M. Nickoll and wifo have spent the past live weeks here. The gentleman is oi me nrui oi Murray & Niokell, Chi cago wholesalers. J. P. Williamson and family are here on account oi airs, Williamsons ill health, The lady has gieatly improved during her two weeks stay. There is a nice lot of sociable poople stopping at the Hot Springs. Extreme formality isdisponsod with and it is not uiuiuuii to mage acquaintance). Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Porkins aro Bos ton people wno nave boon here a month. Mr. J'orkins In interested in the cattle growing firm of Heckle & McDowell of this county. Dancing is enjoyed by the hotel guests almost every evening. During the day rides, walks and outdoor amusements onoupy tbe time and the more easygo ing play billiards or pool. G. W. Coster and wife, accompanied by Miss Reilly, sister of tba latter, are here from Now York city, whero Mr. Coswr is a member of the Petroleum Excbango. Mr. Coster'g health is greatly improved by his month's stay. Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Marble, tbe for mer a Chicago board of taade man Miss Marble, Miss Nell Marble and Mrs. F. H. Watris form a pleasant little party that is really having a good time here for the past month. Bids for supplying fuel and (intra to the various military posts of .New Men co, were oponed at Santa Fe last Satur day. M. Brunswick, of this oily, waa the lowest bidder tosunnlv nata t. Hmmm re, rorts wingate and union; for bran at Forts Bayard, Stanton, Union and Santa Fo, and for bay at Fort Union. Philip Nelson and Miss Kittv Hiliwr will be raarriod tomorrow. Important telegraph crowds out much local matter this reniog. To-Ita'. Weather. Clear and bright. Temperature: 7.00 a. m.,S6; 13 m.. 70; 3 p. m., 70. .' Equal to the line Imported. THE "flILSSOIV' Is the next size to our "Gerster" and is composed of Süleoted imnoried rn. pers and choicest Vuelta Absjo filler ojjau;u wurmiiansoip. tun open ing these cigars smokers will find the filler nicely booked and rolled up in binder style.) Tbe onlv place tbovcan be obtained in Lbs Vegas is at Chris Sellman's Club saloon. Montezuma Ice Co Olear rufo loo. Las Yogas Trade supplied by R. J. HOLMES, Leave orders with Wells Fargo Exorese Office EAST SIDE, or Leon Bros., West Side. PLAZA PHARMACY. E. C. MURPHEY A CO. Always on hand a full aafuirtiuenl of hue hair tooth, nail and Infant brushes, etc, loitolse, rubber and ivory comba, toilet and bathing BiioiiKeo, uuwuer puiis. powuer uoxea, pom ades, toilet and bath soaps, chamois skins, periumery, ittnr.y yoons, em. raysicians pre seriptions carefully compounded. Hlamhard'a New Duildlnit on Brl.l -r street, npponiir auupy's Hiachimith aiiap. LAS VEGAS, ' NEW MEXICO, A. C. SCHMIDT. Manufacturer of Wagons and Carriages And dealer In UEAVY HARDWARE. Awry bind of tragón material on hand rloríH Bboeiiif? and rept1ring a specialty, Urnnd Avhiiuo nnd titwnuth Street, Kat I. hp II. GEIST, The Bazaar HOUSE FURNIS1IINÜ AND PANOY GOODH. BridE Street, Near the Bridge, TOM HAYWARD, East Side Sixth St. NEW PHOTO OAILERY ART and CURIOSITY STORE. Views of, Las Vegas and vicinity. Frames made to order. Indian Pottery and Blankets and other unlive wuriuBIUVB. 8i0 Railroad Ave., Opera House Block. LAS VEOAB, - NEW MEXICO. Herefords. Of West Las Animas. IIAI Jl ST t NLOAOED IK lia Mare Fine Hereford Pure Blood and Registered and from the Best Herd in the West. . AN OPPORTUNITY For Particulars At Stock Grower Office- J. C. LEARY & CO.. Commission For the OFFICE IN STOGT LA8 VEGAS, LIVESTOCKANDMNCHES! 0. L HOUGHTON, W HOLER ALE Hardware! A complete Hue ! STOVES, FIRE ARMS AND AMMUNITION. l.arifeat Btor.k In Nfv Mexico In the Hard ware 1.1 uu. Barb Fence Wire At tuamtf cturor's prlun wiili actitil frelnlit uuufu. nauuiaciurer oi an uiuaa ut Tin, Copper AND SHEET IRON, Stoies in East and West Las Vegas- ANHEUSER-BUSCH Lasrer Beer BROWNE & MANZANARES CO. Kule Ageut lor Las Vegas and Socoiro. AIS DISTRIBUTING AGENTS ion Las Vegas Lager Beer. Graaf&Hawkins BAKERS. DEALERS IN STAPLE ANH FANCY GROCERIES. Everything iu Stock. Prices to Bui the time, üive us a call. SIXTH ST.. LAS VEGAS. N. H. Herefords. . - Colorado, LAS VEGAS A CAR LOAD OF FOR BUYERS. inauire of Merchants Sale of GROWER BUILDING, NEW MEXICO. Oatt e THE CITY SHOE STORE! INTO. V7 Center street. e Mis a C. H. SPORLEDER, VtJST EECEIVED 120 Fairs ladies' Kid Button Slit ' S Made oa C, D and E widths, which wll he sal. at Tno jL.o"W Price or $2,30, .LXiiso, xao rA.inB Ladies' Genuine Tampico Pebbled Goat Button, On v., D and E Widths, a ioJ wearing aliae, at The I.ow IPrico or S5Í2.SO. PLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE. he Golden ule CLOTHING HOUSE T i ailroad Jrro. , XjCis Vegas, FINEST DISPLAY OP Wilson Bros' Furnishing Goods. Dunlap's Celebrated Stiff Hats. Neckwear, Shirts, Stetson's Soft Hats Burt & Packard and Burt & Mears' Fine Shoes. Simon Lewis' W. F. COOKS, COORS BROTHERS, Wholesale and Retail Dealer. In House Furnishing Goods, Carpets. Oil Cloths, Mattin(?s, Ete. rT l mi t ni t Sporting Goods, Ranges, Cook and Heating Stoves, Orates, Lumber Lath, Shingles, Doors and. Blinds. ALSO CONTRACTING AND BUILDING. LAS VEGAS Space reserved for 19. Xj. Xj 33 O 2NT fe OO. The Plaza Grocers and Bakers. CHRIS. -WIHI GrJlMJD , MANUFACTUREH OP SODA AND MINERAL WATERS. s Las Veeas, - s s - , . , New Mexico. THOMAS SIRE, Dealer in Fruits of all Kinds Th. ast stock oimh Frnlt. nd Nat. in First Glass Short Order Parlor-Open Day and Night. 8TAWDAED O IB1 CIQ-AEa. Oysters azlcI Oavrtie Berred In Btyle CENTER STREET, ONE DOOB EAST TONY'S BARBER SHOP. HAIR DRESSING PARLOR, Hot and Cold Baths, Ladies Hair Cut, Shampoo and PRIVATE ROOMS Bridge Svreet, near Gazette Office, FoiirFúl Sons, Props HENRY O. COOKS. 1 1 NEW MEXICO. th. otly. Boda Water. Ic. Cream and Pu' OP SPORLEDEB'S SHOE STORE. Hair Dressing a Specialty. FOR LADIES. Lag Vegas. New Mexico.