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THE LAS VEGAS AZETTE-WedXÉsMy MORNING, MAY, 26, Í886.
if HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL TRADERS. Calvin Fisk's Real Estate, RENTAL M 101H. AGENCY Office Sixth 8t., opposite postoffice. EAST LAS VEGAS. MONET TO LOAN ON GOOD REAL ESTATE SECURITY. HOUSES TO RENT ron s&XjBi Botina property, nrlcs lt,900, lessee guar anteed far year, at f IM pr month. Heetdenoe property for ule, price $1,000; pay H per nton inveiimeat. A few cfcoloe lota tor aale at reasonable Dgnre. itotlnea enanos for a!. Don.t forget to some and tee u before mmk Ing unestmenta. CalTln JPlalSL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 20. BUSINESS ITEMS. Visit Evans' Art and Curiosity Store. Finest Elgin Creamery Butter at PAT YOUNG-13 Wanted A girl to do general house- won. inquire 01 William A. Vincent, over First National bank. xiir iuo purest liquors in me city and the most palatable mixed drinks, go to . I . . . l ..vi gnum Wanted A servant irirheood watra. no vrafihlnfr mnA imnlnir lnnl. . . I. -" " ..wu.uk BJJiJ in lug residence of Mm. 1.- Ktern, on Bridge Mrs. Lewis, the Sixth street milliner, ior me next two weeks otters her entire stick at cost for cash, as she proposes w uuange ner DUBiness location. OH, GOD-FREY! Elidn Creamery Butter, the finest ever brought to Las Vegas at FAT YOUNG'S. Spalding's League Base Balls. Bats, Hammocks, croquet, rismng lackle Ammunition, Baby Buggies, Willow Cbairi, etc., just ruoeired at The Bazab, Bridge Street. Leave orders for ice at Leon & Co.'c west side, and Wells, Fargo & Co.'s of floe on east side. Montezuma. Ice Co. Families can be supplied with porter. ale, beer, wines and fine champagne at McDonald's, in the GiVens block, on Bridge street. Also fine brandies and '72 whiskies. Cherries, gooseberries, currants, ba nanas, oranges,all fresh and fine.are re ceived daily at Holla's, on Bridge street. A full line of fruits kept constantly on hand. Patronize this reliable and long estaDtisnea House. The handsomest stock of fans, para sols, sun-umbrellas, laces, enibroid enes, cambrics, lawns, baustees, sa teens and embroidered dresses can be found at the store of P, it. btrauss, on tne fiaza. The Woman's Relief Corps ot the Grand Army of the Hepublio give an ice cream festival at the Army ball on Wednesday night. This is the first time this institution has appeared be fore the public for patronage; and. as the object is a noble ene, it is but right tney snouia receive a. targe encourage merit. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS. The following letter i self-explanatory i Godfrey, 111., May IT. We do hereby five to Mmn, Graff A Hawkins the exclusive right "of all ala on our Godfrey creamery butter In I .a Vega, New Mexico. WHITMORE A DI8BROW, Proprietor. Death' Victim. Three invalids were yesterday added to "that innumberable caravan which moves to the silent halls of death." William Green, of Chicago, had been in our city for three months, seeking our climate as a remedy for consump tion. He was stopping at the bouse of Mr. Shank, and was attended by his sister-in-law. The remains will be re turned to Chicago. William Sowerby, of Chicago, had been at the Hot Springs hotel for some two or three months, having yisited this resort on several previous occasions. He was 75 years old, and died of. the in firmities of age. His body, also, will be returned to his eastern home. Mrs. McGregor, also from Chicago, died at the collage ot Mrs. Trimble, at the Springs, being afflicted with con sumption and rheumatism. Barasb & Bloch yesterday purchased twenty-four Hereford bulls to put on their ranch on the Las Conchas. They are said to be good and will improve the stock of that section. Telephone 30. Belden & Wilson's DAILY BULLETIX. New Beets r Turnips Oyster plant . . Wax Beans Cauliflower -' Strawberries and Cherries NEWSY NOTES Gathered From the ' Highways and Byways. Death's Victime Academy Ufanera Arree for Harder far Hlmety Day other Facet t'reaa the field of Fact and raney. Important Academy Matter. On 8uoday the management of the Las Vegas academy held their annual meeting hut adjourned till yesterday, when their business was completed. Rey. F. A. Noble, Chicago, was elected president; Rev. U. B. Sumner, Lss Vegas, vice president; Kev.C. K. Bliss, Chicago, secretary; W. H. Hubbard, Esq., Cniosgo, treasurer. The execu tive committee ountists of Prof. W. H. Ashley, chairman: J. U. Wise, secre tary; Jefferson Raynolds, treasurer. The trustees elected tor live years, were W. H. Hubbard, Jefferson Ravnolds, and Dr. Tipton. A very important movement was determined opon at this meeting. It was enacted that there should be but two classes of termi those published in the circulars, and those given in case ot charity. Hence forth there is to be no lumping of prioes because of the number attending, no cutting against other institutions, no reduotion for any cause but that of charity. . The management of the hnanoes has been taken out of the hands of the principal, and placed under the control of the finanoe oommittee. No pupil, under any cironmstanoes, will be admitted to the classes till he brings a certificate from the oommittee that his tuition has beeu paid in advanoe for the the current term, or a certificate that the pupil has been admitted on the ground of charily. Presenting one or me otner oí tn ai ceibscates the child will be admitted and assigned to the several department to which ha i suited. It is to be desired that this de termination shall be adhered to impli- oiuy, and tnat an loo otner schools of the city will adopt the same procedure. Tuition is not on a living basis in Las Vegas at this time. The writer of this is an old sohool teacher, and he knows what he is talking about. No teacher can do justice to as many pupils as are necessary at the prenect. prioes, to make a living salary. Then add to this the prevalent custom of cutting prioes to prevent otner sonooistrom get ting the children, which is largely in dulged in,' and the common practice of allowing Din to run to tne eud ot the year, when from 85 to 40 per cent are never collected put these together, and no tirst-olass teacher can be re tained in the town, unless they are aided from abroad. The eastern man agers of the academy, the Congre gational New West Educational asso ciation, have in six years spent $9,500 on tne running expeuses ot this school, beside $8,500 on building and furniture, making a total of $18,000, or an average of $3.000 per year. Then, too, there have been large donations from liberal minded people here at borne. This ought not to be. Suoh a school as the academy should be self- sustaining, and on the plan of the new departure no doubt it soon will become so. Swift Footed Jnatice. The court room of Justice Ulibarri yes terday was a scene of crowded interest. The recent violations of,the good order of our city had excited the indignation of all the better class of the people, and there was an intense desire to see the majesty of the law vindicated. To show the approval ot Colonel Pritchard's course in bis vigorous proseoution of the cases, quite a pleasant ovation was given him Monday night by many of his neighbors. Too much praise cannot be given Deputy Sheriff Clarke, and the young policeman on the east side; while Justice Ulibarri, by the way in which he administers the law, ia win ning golden opinions from all who have the good ot tne town at heart. The parties who were charged with having been found guilty on Monday of carrying concealed weapons, were giyen until today to an wer the charges of rio'irs and resisting the offioers. Tom Swearingsr was tried on two charges ot carrying concealed weapons and found guilty in both cases, which gives him six months in jail on failure to pay the tines. Todny he will be tried again on charges of using intimidation upon the families of Caotain Barnnv and Charley Wright, for the purpose ot oDtaimng iooo and lodging. .. f rank uetnen, tne painter, who was arrested tor insulting a witness on Monday, pleaded guilty and was lined $25, which iu default of payment, gives bim three months iu jail. Dan Rhodes, the hack man, was arrested on the charge of per jury, but waived examination and gave bond in the sum of $1,000 for bis ap pearance before the grand jury. Men denball and Coo ley went upon bis bond. It seems evident that the day for ruf fianism in Las Vegas has passed away, and from this time onward every one will see that the laws are amply suffi cient for all emergencies, and that any officer in the discbarge of his duty can not be molested or resisted with im punity. Arreet of a Noted Character. Serapio Romero left yesterday morn at 8 o'clock for Tecolote, having heard that Rafael Baca was theie and was making his arrangements to leave. ' On reaching the place he found Baca Just driving away upon a wagon. Romero at once arrested bim. This man Baca is charged with having murdered Joan Valdez, April Oth, 1885. Thus for more than a year a warrant has been out tor bis apprehension, but hitherto he has eluded all attempts tit hisoapture. The murder of V aides was a most brutal one. He was shot while asleep In his own house. He liyed fifteen days, and died charging Baca with having done the deed. There is a charge of mnrder against the same man in Bernalillo county, and there was one in Colfax which was dismissed fer lack ot proof, the murder haying been committed in the absence of witnesses. Tbe man is a desperate . character,; whether guilty or not, and our plucky little under sheriff deseryes maca praise for making the arrest. . . Pnh Along, Keep Morios." Isaac Bloch moved yesterday into the house on Maine street lately occupied by Oscar MoConnel. Mr. Blooh's fami ly are'expected to retara today from a lengthy visit to the east S. C. Moray has moved into the house on Eightn street formerly occupied by Mrs. Hume; A. i, Mendenhall moves next week into the house on Grand avenue and later-' Ocean street, formerly occupied by Wni. Globe, which Mr- Mendenhall has purchased, (rank H. Home moves from his residence on Tilden etreot into the rooms over the store which Menden hall occupied, and Mr. Burdick. libra rian of tbe reading room, move back was living at the time of Mr. Home's purchase. Looalettea. Mrs. Lesenbe has reached her home in Avilla, Mo., but has been ill ever since leaving Las Vegas. A new sidewalk was being laid yes-! terday In front of Dr. .North's drug store on Bridge street. Improvement goes steadily on. Ponder A Home are laying pipes for the waterworks company on Tenth street, south of Tilden. They are work ing a good large gang of men, and will soon be ready to begin in the northern part of the oily . Mr. Cooley says that the calf crop of the present spring Is tbe largest he ever saw in bis life. It looks actually as though the steers had dropped calves too. He saw but one dead calf on his recent trip to and from the ranoh. Yesterday Robert D. Dunlop and H. T. Vaille purchased lot 9 in block 15 in tbe Lopes addition through tbe agency of A. A. 4 J. H. Wise; consideration $300 oash. . Adolph S, Flerscheim was the grantor, - A few days ago some thief forced an entranoe into tne stable of Mr. Felix Martinez, who lives on Blanohsrd street, and stole a saddle a"nd tiiree bridles. Tbe saddle cost $50. The party is suspected and had butter re tarn the articles. - John Dobson, of Aullville, Mo., and Thomas Turner, of Wauseau, Ohio, have in the stock yards in this city two oar loads of high grade Galloway and Hereford bulls, which they offer for sale or will exchange part of them for steers. Tbey invite cattlemen to inspect them. Our city i full of strangers inquiring for houses, and the houses are not to be had. Despite the number built last fall and this spring, there are but the small est number of any way comfortable houses at present vacant. If one thicks I Las Vegas on a decline in point of popu lation, let bim try to rent a, house. Jaffa, Prsger & Co., who are well known in this city, will shortly put in a large stock ot goods at Roawell, Lincoln connty. Tbey will occupy a laree building which Messrs Garrett & Gale nre at present building. Jaffa & Co., have putcbased the store of Rjth A Co , which was located on tbe Chisum ranch near Roswell, and will remove tbe stock to their new store. Joe Burger & Co., who have been merchandising in tbe country, will open in a few days in tbe corner storeroom of the old Wesohe property on tbe west side of the Plaza, The building is now owned by Judge O' Bryan, and was recently occupied by Boffa's fruit em porium. Tbe premises were receiving a thorough overhauling and cleaning yesterday. ,. . . Mr. Kihlberg and Captain La Rue were yesterday taking an inventory of the property in the Plaza hotel prepar atory to the surrender ot it into tbe hands ot the board of management. It is understood that Mr. Martin, brother-in-law of Mr, Sampson, hss made an of fer to purchase tbe entire property, real and personal, from tne board ov direotors, and mat ft is proposition will come before them today for action. At the opera house on Friday even ing a farewell party will be tendered Miss Mary Dold by her many friends in the city. This party is given in view of the fact that Miss bold leaves Las Ve gas, the plaoe of her nativity, tor a year's tour in Europe, and to visit rela tives in Germany. Miss Dold's depart ure upon so extended a trip is greatly regretted by a large and devoted circle of friends, and all will join in the wish that her visit may be in every respect a pleasant one. The Latest Styles of Lawns, Buntings, Dress Goods And a Full Line of WHITE GOODS Jiut received. Also a Bne line of Laces, Embroideries and Allover Laces and Embroideries. Call aad esaaalae wr aiw alack at Dry Ueaa. a ILL. Rosenthal Hons. Is the Carpetings. Matting, Rugs, Upholstery1 Goods, ALSO CURTA X 3NT S Lace, Scrim, $aw Silk and Plush Would also call attention to a ' ' ' ' ' "will be' sold t CHEAP TO CLOSE. When in want of anything in Dry Furniture and Bedding, Don't Kaaal fa the Floe Imparted. THE WfllLSSON.t Is the next size to our "Gerster" andu is oompoaea oí attieciea im portea wrap pers and choicest. Vuelta Abaja tiller wiih Spanish workmanship. (On open ing these cigars smokers will find the filler nicely booked and rolled up in binder style.) Tbe omv place tbey can be obtained in Les Vegas is at Chris Seliman's Club saloon. 0. L HOUGHTON, WHOLESALE A complete Ua el STOVES, FIRE ARMS AND AMMUNITION. Larircst stock in New Mexico In the Hard ware Lia.-- - - Barb Fence Wire At manuf cturer'a prloe with acfutl freight added. Manufacturer oí all kinds of iTin, copper AND SHEET IRON. Stoies in East and - Vegatv ' West Las Parle Drug Store Saco ad door irom Post Office. S. I. NORTH & BE0. Drugs, Chemicals. Prescriptions a Specialty. - Sj OPEN ALL NICHT, Choice Wines and Liquors for Medical Purposes. A HE UNE OI1 CIGARS.' PLAZA PHARMACY. E. G. MURPHEYACO. i Always on hand a full assortment ot Sne hair tooth, nail and Infant bruihec ete, tortoise, rubber and ivory eombs, toilet and bathing pongee, powder puff, powder boxes, pom ados, toilet and bath soaps, chamol akin, perfumery, fancy roods, eto. Payslelana' pre scription carefully compounded. Blaaehard New Ballsing ea BrMt Street, OppeUte Shapp' Hlack.mil Shp. LAS VEGAS, , NEW MEXICO, H. E. KELLY, (Owner of the UK brand of oattle) RANCH AND CATTLE BROKER. orriCB: Bridge Street, Opposite Postoffloe. Surveying by John Campbell.the well-known Surveyor. B. B. BOBD. ; O. K. BoBDhH. B B. BORDEN & CO. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. A work done with Neatnea and DUpatch. . , SatKtaotloa Suaranteed. Plane, Specification! and Estimate rumtahed. Shop and onloe on Mala St., Bonth of Catholie Oeaietery, But La Vega, M. at. Telephone ooaaeotloa withahon. Place to See a New Stock of lot of cpeap Wall Papers which Goods, Forget Hartare! KIP THE CITY SHOE STORE! NO. IV Center street. PiilÉ H a C. H. SPORLEDER, NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. jrCTST EHOHIVa d Button. 4' . Í i.aais- Donsjoia Rid Button. Ladies' French Ladles' , In B, C, D, Also, a Good Assortment oi Boys' Shoes. ' Tbe above good made to order ezpraady '.1 ar nay trade, warrantee) la every respect. , . r- " Ladle who dealre a Ftrrt-elaas 8hoe Dressing? will Sad the same In' gntting tot Almond polish. Contains Oil, and will prove superior to al ether fecXadlea' Sine Shoe. - y GHÁ8. H. SPORLEDER. Sole Agent. FIRE ! i . i - f 'vr .5 . $50,000 Clothing, -Furnishing Gdods, Hals, i , cúivFa, BOOTB Aim bhobb, REGARDLESS OF COST! Call Early and Seuure Bargains fa CLOTHING HOUSE. Ward Block, Opposite Depot, East Las Vagae. w. r. ooori. GOORS BROTHERS, - Wholesale aad Aetail Sealers ia House Furnishing1 Goods, Carpets, Oil Oloths, HattLntfs, Etc. Sporting Goods, Baagos, Oook and Heating Stores, Grates, Lumber Lath, Shingles, Doors and Blinds ' ALSO CONTRACTING AND BUILDING. LAS VEGAS : : 1 V ' 5 ' : ; ' ; NW MEXICU Tony's Bath Rooms. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY AND Las Vegas Roller Mills Flour Í - MAPCTJTACTraEH Of SODA AND MINERAL WATERS. V 1 I'l TRADB IBTTFFTjTTIP. Las Vegas, .-.' Dealer in Fmita of all Kinder , CHKTBB STftEBT, ONI DOOB ÍA8T Of SPOELKDIE'S SHOK 8TOBI. Poplar FriKs 4 i ' : . , I : '- Kid Button. ' Fin American Kid Button i ' Misses Pine American- Sutton. add B widths. . t -i. 'x .t .ft FIRE! HENRY O. OOOB8. 1 s Street near Gazette . I ; i. BUY .ef -! , i- X - r lolden M i - T" 1 ft mis ins us s - New Zlezioo.