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FOR ALL TRADERS. Calvin Fisk's Real Estate. RENTAL AND LOAN ' AGENCY Offics Sixth 8t., opposits postoffloe. MOXET TO LOAN ON OOD REAL EáTATK SEUUKiTX. HOUSES TO KENT ronoAXiDi ; i Batlness property, erlee S,S00, lm f ur- antaed for a year t f 160 per month ntn. prlo 11,003; -.eiaenoe property tor hii, navs S& Mr é nton Investment. a law obowa lou lar ssie e resseneble DffarM. ' BnstneM ehsnees fornlt. Uon.t forgot ta same aud tee as before mk- tag investments. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 14 BUSINESS ITEMS. Visit Evans' Art and Curiosity Store. For fresb lish today, go to Pal Young1 Center street grocery. The Arcada saloon, Sixth slreut, is till a popular place or resort. Ourt pair of good uiules with harness and wagon are offuretl for sale by A. L. t Clark, deputy snonu. í j ' -tío to the M; K. -church on Friday evening, if you wani s rich entertain- mont oithu best bunio talent la the city. Thirty pairs of Italian rabbits to sell tt St per pair, cash accompanying the order. Address Rudolph Wildenatein, Watrous, M. fit. Godfrey, III , creamery butter lms no equal, , t , at Kleder & Campbell's. The faot that the musical part of the social at the M. E. church is under the care of Professor Miller, ss snflicient guarantee for its excollenoo. -( 1 " Honry Btassart, the Las Vceas guu- sniith. has senuiuo. old Ualiioroia wine, vintage of 1682, which be sells for J.75 per gallon or titty cents per battle. ' . Leave orders for ice at Leon Bros. west side, and Wells, Farjjo & Co.' of fice on east side. Montezuma Ics Co. H. Hilcers bay In a secured a first- class cook at his Deutohe Uaslhaus, is now prepared t.) furnish hrst-olass boarding. See his advertisement ip another column. ' " - 1 WE KEPEAT we will Klve 5.00 lor any im purities . lonnd ! our Godfrey butter. ... Kleder v campneii Two eloc-anttv furnished rooms, with or without board, for single gmilemeD, or ft ooupie I ranunes wiiuuuicunureu, can be Pad at raasotrapie raws oy ap plying at this ottice., , - ; TThe books' and aooounts of A. J. ' Mendenuall have been left for ten days withOulym risk, at the eld plumbing stand on sixth street, those inueoieu tp blrn will pleats call and settle, j " Cherries, strawberries, green peas, cauliflower, new potatoes, new cabbaire. tomatoes, aspara amy. me slant. Lettuces, green ' onlona. radianes, are all to be tound today atGraat & Hawkins' Bixtb street grocery. , , Tb ladies of tbo M. ETehurch give s mmin&l and literary entertainment at theM E. cburob Friday evening next. The prioe of admission will be for adult 50 cents, and fur children under 14 years Sieents. j N.'Li Kosenthar& 8ons. the enter "priing Railroad avenue insrohan;a use apace this morning to oall attention to their japaneae M'kado uovellties.Tbese useful and beautiful aitioies are now on ale and exhibition and a visit will ' in terest yon. Cherries, strawberries, green peas, cauliflower, new potatoes new cabbage. tomatoes, aspara sui. ole plant, lettuce, green onions, radishes, are all - to be tound today at Oraat S Hawkins Sixth street grocery. - " t t f. ; i The Montezuma hotel at the Hot Springs, is rapidly approaching com pletion. The rear root has already been slated and in less than a weak the en tire structure wi'l be under coyer. Some Improvements have bsen made in ,the aooearanca of the edifico by chanaing half stories into whole ones. The park in front of the Stone hotel is as beauti ful a sea of groen as the eye need want . to see. Rumor has it that important changes mar be anticipated shortly in some of the oflicialsat the sanitarium. I Telephone 80. Belden & Wilson's DAILY BULLETIN. . 1 Will receive this morning. Asparagus I Green Peas Strawberries Cauliflower TOWN TOPICS. Records of n Day In the Busy City of Lbs Vegas. CMick Enlerrile-A Silver We. Alng-Th Fire Ama Otaer Waifs Oblivion. , . The l int Baptist Church. fhe First Baptist churoh of this city is a monument to the financial ability as wll ai the untiring energy of its pas tor, Rey. S. y or man. .Tos society, or cburch membership, is none too strong, a unfortunately is olien the case with religious organisations in cur western towns; itt taey nave put np a bouse lor themselves, wuicn is neat, tasteful, and an ornament to our oily. Ut eourse tbil left inem in debt, aud at one. time some feared ths debt wou d be mors than tbey could manage; but the past jr was equal to the emergency, and succeeded in placing arrangement etistaoUrv to all partiea concerned. The Home Mis sionary society of the Baptist church in the states, donate to iheoauas at this placo 1400, and lends tbem K for five year at seven per cent, taking a mort gage on tne nouse. inis leave tne church here with a floating debt of les ttiaa uii wmen me y are prepared to meet as it fall due. ibis arrangement piaoes tne tirst Baptist cburch or our city upon a very teours financial .basis. Mr. iiorman and ms wife will leave next week tor a five or six weeks, visit to the their old borne in VVisoonsln. The labors and anxieties of building bis oburch aud a serious subsequent illness tiave mode the pastor somewhat less bHle tnan be used to be; while a pro tracted penod ol slokness through nich Mrs, uurman has just come. makes a temporary change of olimate desirable in beroase. Tbey will leave with warm and hearty wishes for large improvement ana quicK reiurn. ' ; The Fire. The lire at the Golden Rule on Wednesday night was a much more se rious matter than was at first supposed. At 0 o'clock last evening a loss on stock of moio than $2,600 had been agreed upon, and still tne work was nothing like completed. It is said the insurance people yesterdav morning, before they oegan worK, onerea me Lewis ooys $300 as indemnity for their loss; but, tben, insurance people, it is known, have a good deal of cheek. The tire was started in the cellar at the rear end of the store. Inore is a window in tbis cellar, looking out on the back vard l be incondtarv bad gatbered Dieces of boxes and other inflamable material from the yard, thiown tbem through the window into the cellar, saturated them with coal oi', v.d tuen set tbem anre. ine Diazo tvoi'iteu its way up through the floor into bothxif the rooms or wnich the - store consists. Two of the Lewis boys Bleep in a room in the front pari of the building. For an hour or more they beard the dog barking and growling in tne back yard, but up posea mm to oe ngaiing witu some vis iting dog, i Finally, losing all patience, Abe Lewis got, up to tnrow some missile at tbe beast, but no sooner did be come ont of bis room into tbe store than the flames bunt on bis view. Had tea minutes more given to tbe fire, the saving of anythinz id the store would baye been loipossiDie, as it is. tbe insurance ad j uster says the boae boys did one of the prettiest pieces of work he ever saw. Though the rooms were orowded with goods, but a small part comparatively .cio lujuieu uy uie witter.- otiu, it is santo see toe many artioiss oi gentle man's wearing apparel which baye been soorcned and burned or saturated and discolored, it does seem that the tout nena, wuo is trying to destroy our city, ougbt to be caught snd killed. Intereetlug- Litigation. la Juitioo Steels' court yesterday afternoon, the casa was called of, the Continential Oil company ta. Pal Young. Tbe charge i that Mr. Young has in bis posies-ion 12S gallons of oil wnicn pelonga to tbe company, : the same hiving been washed awav from (beir warerooras the nloht of the list flood. Mr. Young simnlv replied thai me 04 is 01s, ana 11 tney claim it the mniE prove 1 ownersmp. J. 11. Veedor represents tbe oompanv and W. U. Pierce is Young's attorney. Ths wit nesses were examined lor tne, planus, juuu muvrniis ana v. uavis Tben the case , was adjourned until Monday in order- that legal evidence of the existonce of the oil oompanv m'gni oe ootamea irom santa Jce and Alboqaerane, In the way of charter and ceru ocales, incoase, tnootrh lnvol. Ting bos a small sum of money, is elid ing muon interest peoaose 01 tne silence of the law as to the duty ol the finder of property. ... ,. , 1 ... . t,eeaitte.' " ' Tbe latest development In the bridge construction arrangement is that Col, Mill has given hi contract to the Leavenworth company, and tbey will b'lild all three lof the bridge. , Who can account for the milk la ths ooooa nutr , ,: -' j The ladles of the Methodist churoh will give a musical and literary enter' tainiueniin tnecnurcn auattorium on inday evening, tbe 14th. They prom ls an interesting boar of enjoyment to bu comers ana we ao not doubt that all ,who attend will be amply repaid bv tbe musical programme offered and the exorcises accompanying the same. At present there are only two persons confined in tbe oounty.jail, and tbey are lunatics. This certainly speaks wellboth for San Miguel county and tbe city of Las Vegas, for in the absence of lnoor ation the county jaitjis also the place of punishment for city transgressors. Of the two lunatics, whose presence pre vent toe jail irom oeing as empty as haunted boose, one has been a oenaion erofthe county's bounty for fourteen years, oae tuseoio urtega, Mr. and Mrs. A. Goldsmith enjoyed last night the happy event of a silver weuuiog on tno . iwenty-nun anniver sary 01 tneir marriage. y nit a con course 01 irnna assemoiea lo graos tue uccMioD, ana many elegant pre' enta Of silver were mads; The evening nne spout Ul BUUtM lUteroourte,. IOI10W ea dj mresoinent. men nona s or- onesira toox command of the oere. monies, snd danolng became tbe order of tho night. One of tbe most plesiog features of the affaii was ths recitation of ta original Germán poem by their pastor, the Rev.. Dr. Gluick. At slate hour the friends dispersed, wishing tbeir host, and - hostess many happy returns i. j u . , PER)AI, t Iltm Caaoerain rttfU A Thtear DttlBf v. Jit Colonel Ed. Haren went last nigbt to Sooorro) and R.fcS. Maydweii tu ttan juarciai. . Railroad avenue, from Ward A Tarn me's oorner down 10 tbe Golden ' Rale, yesterday saw a oomplete cleaning of rear premise -by order ef insurance agent. . . A.' C. Sloan baa returned fmm Cali fornia: John Dold and Miss Mary, bit suter,returbad yesterday trom tneir trip to the country; Kd. Houghton is in from Liberty. - Tom Stewart having been prononnoed innocent of murder at tbe trial yester day betore Justice U ibsrri,-started backj at once for tb rsnob near Cabra Springs. Mr. Maneen, a lady doctor from Cleveland, Ohio, snd Mu Adair, a farmer teaober la oar city., left last nigbt for California, biVing et-ent aay and nigbt with Mrs. ttdwara Henry Mr. U. Gregg, who represents tome patent liver regulator and cure ail man ufactorv in the east, is in the city trying to secure cheap advertising tor tne nos trnms bis bouse conoosts, in the press of the city. MuGhée Williams. United Slatos mail Inspector, left yesterday for Socorro; J. Ü. Garth went up. to Watrous; Henry uoia left last nigbt tor Albuquerque, Judge aulitbaober lor Santa re, irad Cochran lor W airóos. Colons! J. J. Fitsgerrell was bu-iy yesterday writing to various United State senators in favor of Mr Joseph') bill for a commission to settle Und claims. Among others, be it rote to Senator Edmunds, urging him to with draw his bill, and Justly stated that tbe almost universal wisb of tbe people oi tbe territory ought to be respected. . Joe StoVes Uy last night on s bed in tbe baggage room at tbe depot, wan log for the train. Hi brother was tak ing him to Santa Fe. It is a sad sight to see a once strong man as help uss as sn infant. Many stopped to .00k at him as he lav there Pearly dnwn aouote trom tne attacks 01 rheumatism G. W. Julian. suvevor sreneral of New Mexico, went east yesterday afternoon on tbe A. & P. special. His daughter accompaniea mm. ibeyareoua two of pleasuroto their old Indiana home. Mr. Julian langhed at the idea that be was on his way to Washington t ese his influence auainst the oassairo be the senate of Delegate Joseph' private lantl claim bin. tie doe not approve of the appointment ot a land' claim commisson, but purpose to let matter ttse their course, tie elated Uovernor Ross had left Washington city aud would pass through our oity in two or three days. ; . . , .- Capt. Lasher received a telegram yes terday that Mrs. Lasher would leave hvanston, Wyoming, today for home. Since Mrs. Lasher has been with ber friends nt that place, they have been sadly afflicted. Her brother has lost one child by death, and - another ho been seriously ill. s dangerous was tbe condition of tteaecoHd child regar ded that a physician from Salt Lake City was kept several days at her bed side. To make matter worse, - word was received from Baldwinsyille.N. Y.. that a sister's hnsband bad died of heart disease, and Mrs. Lasher's mother left at once for tbat piaoa. These comply, cations have delayed Mrs. LssW mura beyond the intended length ot ber vi it. The conditions undss' which the bridge contracts are et are aa lollowa On completion of tb bridge three ex pert, appointed sy tie oountv com missioners, in oonlunotion with Engin eer Wood, Spall deeide as to whether they are it conformity with tbe plans and speoiHoations. The contractors are not to he held responsible for any delay or damage should legal proceedings be taken to restrain the bkilding of the bridge. The Laa Vegas bridge must ne completed within sixty day from the date ot signing the onntraoL and a section ot the old bridge must be left to facilitate travel, while the construction ot the new bridge Is going on. Tbe "Everybody finds (0) 0) o r 'i At the great It simply beoausa be keeps tin Isest and the j Finest Stock in tbi Territory. ;; . PLAZA. LAO OIEGAS. it.'Zj j:c.leafíyxco:,: Commicsioj For OFFICE R STOCK LAS VEO AS. San Lorentn and Anton Cbtoo bridges must b completed . by iteocmber 1, 1880 . ' ; ' ... '. This afternoon about 4 o'olock the corner stone will probably be laid tor the new building whloh the society of St. Joseph are ereoting on north Psoi- fio street. It is anderstood that there rill b little if any public ceremony. - GODFREY. - ' The finest creamery butter ever brought to tuts marKei. ..... jueoer re vampueu. ' Batal the rie Imparted. THE MrtlLBMON,t Is the next sine to pur "Gerster" snd is c m nosed of ssleoted imported wrap per and choicest Vuelta Ab'ji filler wiib Spanish workmanship. (On open ing tbrss cigars smokers will find the Ulit r nioely bixiked snd. rolled up hinH M'Vla N Tho niii nlsra thev can bs obtained in Lss Vegas is at Chris Se'.lman's Clnb saloon. . .j THE MIKADO V : ' CRAZ ... . '.."; !'.. ... v ! , HAS REACHED US Au Inspection of our JAPANESE- Decorating Novelties Will Convince yott of . Their Wortri snd Beauty. L. Rosenthal & Sons. II. E. KELLY, l()oer nf ths UK. brand ot eatt'e) RANCH AND CATTLE BROKER. OrVlOB: Brtdire 8 tree t. Opposite Postoffloe. Surrerlogby John Campbell.the well-known BBrveroT. ROCGO MOTTO, Bridge St., near Ceiette Office, - Just reoelved s fine line ot CANDIES, . . i ..... .. ... . .. .... l - '"Fruits, Nuts, Cjonfectionery. A FINE BUPPLY OP APPLES PLAZA PHARMACY. I. O. MURPHCY A CO. I Always on hand a roll assortment ot flSe hair tooth, turH end miant orusaes, ote, toi totee, rubber and Ivory eombs. toiM and bsttbloc sponges, powder puffs, pewder boxeii, ixm ades, toilet and bath sosps. chamois skies, I perfumery, thney eoods, ete. Phy.lolats pre-1 sonpuons oareiuiiy eompounaea. Breather)'-. Rew BeUdlag ea Bridn ttreet, vppesiw eaepp's ruacasmua p. LAS VEGAS, KE W METtlCO. it so pleasant to 0 It : ..Shhí.tü- establishment 11 bi 1 11 a IroliantD the Sale of GROWER BUIIDIXG,, . NEW MEXICO. THE CITY SHOE STORE ! NO. IV Center Otreet. noliohlo P nnño at Pnnnla? Ppíppo I UUUUU1U UUUUU Ul lUpiUUl illUUUi O. H. SPORLEDER, NEW GOODQ ARRIVING DAILY. Ladles' Oonstola Kid Button. Lndle' Frenoh KJd Button ' Ladles' tin Amerloan Ktd Button MlMs Pine Amerloan Button. fa B, O, D, . ' Also, a Good Assortment of Boys' Shoes. : Tbe above goods made to order expr-sily ',f or my trade, warranted Ira ererr 'adíes who desire a First-olssj Shoe Dressing will And be same. In getting the Almond BOUsh. Contalos OU, ana will prone superior to CHAS. II. SPORLEDER, Sole Agent. The lolae CLOTHING HOUSE XeilliroAca. Ave., Las "Voisa-ia Wilson Bros' Furnishing Goods, j ; Dunlap's Celebrated Btiff Hats. , , Neckwear, Shirts, Stetson's Soft Hats, Burt & FacKard and Biit-t JPr UT oars' WUlll Simón W. T. OOORS. COOKS BROTHERS, Wholesale snd : i it 4 i , I , ':. OT onss rondshlaff Goods, Osrpets. Oil Cloths, Ifottiacs. Ste. porting Goods, .Bevagst, Cook Lumjber Lath, Shingles, Doors and Blinds. ALSO CONTRACTING AND BUILDING. ' ILAS VEGAS ' : ...t'.-' .: PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY las Vegas Roller Mills Flour. 1 Xü. XjbES03XT tb :; GO 'S, oiznis I ' MANCrACTUKKH Of! SODA Mi MINERAL WATERS. Las Vetras, THOKAS SIBB, , Dealer in Fruits of all Kindo thi SMSt Stock ot Frett Frnltand Now first Class Short Order Parlor-Open Day and Night. . "ota-wdabp bbamdb of oica-AJsa- Oyi . Mid 0me cmrraa striwI orb doob ; jTowra bahbeh shop. HAM DEBSSIHO fABLOsl,'; '-'.'.t.' . Hot and Cold Batho, ladies' Halt Cut, Shar.;ao snd Hair Dtesslnja Spstltltj. j '. . ; ' raivATK i b TseÍ ear Gazette and I widths. : ail otnsrs tor t-sus' s ine oaoes. 1 111: j FINEST DISPLAY OF ' ' , Fine Shoes. W WVHttH HENRY O. COOM. Aetsil Dealer In ' , j.. .... . snd Heating Stores, Grates, ; i - : , - ' s - - NEW UKX1CTA AT-- Ilewisj Sons, Props W Xiis G3rJJSIJDf New IXezloo. ta $&Jg. ,0 Orea Bervect m xtrrmrr -y bat oí bpoblbdir's buob stors. 1 booms roi uwh. .- .- Office, La Vegas, New Mexico.