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THE IAS VEGAS GAZETTE-SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1888.
HEADQUARTERS t'OK ALL TRADERS. Calvin Fisk's . Real Estate, RENTAL AND LOAN AGENCY Office Sixth St., opposite poitoffice. BAST.; LAB ' TBOA8. - MONET TO LOAN ON GOOD REAL ESTATE SECURITY. HOUSES TO RENT Baalnees property, orlee 14,900, taste ruar' sued (or a year, at fl60 per month. Hosld.no property for Ml, prio 91,000; pays per ilea lnveatmeat. A few oholo lota for aala at reasonable lauras. . Basloase chancea for aala. Don.t forge t eom and aaa na bf or mak lag investments. SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE 6. BUSINESS ITEMS. Visit Brans' Art and Curiosity Store. Godlrey at Kleder & Camp beU'a. . - ' A maenifieent line of new goods. suitable for present, Just unpacked at Bartieti's. Godlrey and slater at Kleder & jampoeira. Wir th. inpaat. hnnnH in tha rt n mm the most palatable mixed drinks, go to toe Arcade saloon, .Railroad avenue. It U hard to down a good man, God trey. . Bill head. Ton have used ud all your bill beads this month.- Order a new lot from ihb uazkttb jod omoe. Our motto on commercial printing "Quick work, finest style and low prloes." Try Thb Gazettb office for a wane. The finest ice cream in the oity is to be had at the parlors of Mesdames Bromaren ft Wilson, next door to the farmers novel. New type and good workmen. The best of stock and rapid movement. 1'be way Job printing is executed at The uazette onioe. Lear orders for ice at Leon & Co.'s west side, and Wells, Fargo ft Co.'s of floe on east side. Montezuma Ick Co. Godfrey la our eren nine cream ery batter, Uodtrey's sister Is Jrenulne dairy butter, but sella for ess money tban Godfrey. Kleder ft Campbell. Fresh pineapples? plums and aprioois received today at Boffa's on Bridee street. Oranges, bananas and other fruits always on hand. Telephones Ho. 81 or' 43 will catch Tbb Uazittk offloe.. Order jour sta tionery this morning and it will be ready when you want It. ' -. . - Printing. Our specialty. We oan get out your work for you now on the sank DAT a ordered . Save time and money by ordering your work at The Gazette, í Families oan be supplied with porter, ale, beer, wines and fine champagne at McDonald's, in the Givens block, on Bridge street. Also One brandies and '78 whiskies. , - --- ; It was cold last evening: but it will be the eoldest day New Mexico ever saw when Jewelry can be bought anywhere else in the city as low as it can at 11. W. Wymaa's, the Center street jeweler. Lost A nrold chain bracelet on Thiirs day evening between the Baptist church and the west side. A liberal reward will be paid for it return to this office or toe residence oí Mr. H. Hirsch. Th ladies of the Presbvterian . Aid coeisty will hold their next mee tine Thursday, June 3d, at the residence of airs. J, a. vision, aii mends win be welcome to these afternoon sociables, wneiner memoers or not. ' ' KoUoa of Round-TJp. Owing to the poor condition of cattle through lack of water and grass, the rouna-up of tne Ben raDge is put on until such time as oattle shall be in con dition to be worked, when notice will b given. , M. Slattkrt, General Manager. 1 ta th Fine Importe. THIS "ILiOII,n Is the next size to our "Gerster" and is composed of selected imported wrap pers and choioest Vuelta Abajo filler with Spanish workmanship. (On open ing these cigars smokers, will find the filler nioely booked and rolled up in binder style.) The only place they can be obtained inLss Vegas is at Chris bellman's Club saloon. TeIepkH 30. Belden & Wilson's BAIXT BUXAETIX. - Colorado ' STRAWBERRIES f - California :: ; , VEGETABLES- Wo always keepon hand the . best butter tn the !" ' market. !' .. l" BUSINESS FIRMS. Whose Enterprise and Energy i Make Las Vegas the Metro polis of the Southwest. Bridaba Again Davvle Bound Over A Fait Charge And Other Gleaning Garnered From the Fields of Local Life. There are merchant in Las Vega who for business enterprise would be valuable acquisitions to any eity. They carry large stocks of goods, are alive te the demands of the trade, and have at heart every enterprise looking to the growth and development of out city. ' C. H. 8POBLEDER, the Center street boot and shoe man is of tins number. A visit to his rooms will find him surrounded by case up on case 01 1001 wear oi tne latest de sigas, most Artistic finish and '.desirable material. From the tiny shoe for the baby, which a man can soarcelyput up on nis luumD, to tne nip doom of the stockman; everything can found. But it Is in the ladies department that the most bewildering- variety of si vies pre sents itself. ' Une who cannot find at sporleder's something to suit his taste, neea not iook anywnere else. N. L. ROSENTHAL ft SONS are another firm which comes under the designation of our oaotior.. Havino- their store on Railroad avenue, and car rying a iare bioce oi general supplies, they have an immense trade from the country as well as the city. They buy directly from the eastern market, one of the firm making his regular trips to Mew York, where he makes bis selections. That they know the wants of their customers, ttnd display taste and skill in- providing fur them, is evi denced from the busy scene which their store always presents. . ' i " a. L. LEON ft CO., the Plaza bakers and grooers, fall not huMnri In ha .... m.-. . in- TAl. - fort to outer to the pbysisal needs of their customers by supplying tbe best of everything that tbe market affords, is a matter well known in tbe community and Highly appieoiatwi by the constant ly widening circle of their customers. Their public spirit is shown by their earning over foreign oranas oi nour and devoting themselves to the handling of tnat wmcn is maae nere in our own city. J. s. ELSTON, painter and general decorator of houses, must by added to our list. Tbe work be lias done in Las Vegas is trulv artis- .tio and cannot be surpassed anywhere. many oiour omce sna private houses, under his sIciKut exjt utioa of tbe de signs his taste has conceived, have been made real studieslof art. things of beau ty, which will be joys as Iocs, a tbeven- uure. EEAL ESTATE MEN have done a great deal for the town. Such monas A. A. & J. H. Wise. Cal vin Fisk and J. J. Fitzgerrell are a Dieseing to any community. Through their labors the country has been adver tised, and peoplo and money have been orougnt in to aaa to our growth both numerically and financially. They have done more to develoo our resour ces ano maxe tnetu Known abroad than an other agencies oombined. They are wide-awake, energetio and reliable. I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. though not a firm, is so eminent) v na of the leading institutions of Las Vegas waii toe present list would DC incom plete without its mention. Not alone is it entitled to this distinction by its uanuauiue uuuuiugs ana me iact mat It is the depository of the Santa Fe mad as well as of four-fifths of the business people of the county, bul what gives it the larger claim is that its name may be iounu among tne supporters Qi every enterprise for the s-ood of the, ... Never a deed of charity or a publio im provement appeals to the management ui tais dxdk in vain. THE COMMISSION HOUSES - are the especial pride of our people. I.vtnu full lnfiírth ulnnff thn mIImuiI track, each extending the entire dis tance oi a square, tney nrst attract tbe atrAnllnn nf thn Irivalu mnrt .;.. U J uw ,i,viui..u;i,VUi some idea of Las Vegas' commercial importance. But it is nat till be has gone through the immense storerooms, and looked at. tha crnntia mlari tm tA ,hA ceiling; till he has seen tbe complete assortment of everything, from a tooth pick to a steam engine, and the vast quantities of each article, tbat the true inacnituria nf . r.hntr hnainAaa k..;n. n dawn upon his mind. Then, when he oaa saen me car loans upon car loads which toes houses ship over the rail- rfm li an4 th. .Imn.1 n freighters who draw up alongside their piauuruus, uiBunariting cargoes or load ing for all the towns in a radius of hundreds of miles when he has seen these, be will have a more enlarged view of tbe volume of business done by Gross, Blackwell & Co., and by the diuwub oí manzanales jo., tne mer chant prince firms of Las Vegas. ' - - . s i"; w. h. 8HUPP, " """i; the Rndffñ arrAer. Hela In v.h,.LB 4 farm implements, comes well to th iruut, iu uuuiiianj ui enterprising nrms. His establishment is a large one; and nH Vint h In thA avrtrlr aWk k . mw " nu.u iig lunuuinc- tures and in that which he handles for eastern makers, I ne snows an acquaint ance with his own line of business which cannot fail ot success, when com bined with the energy and close atten tion which he gives to his affairs. His hnainau la rinatinAri ti rrrr aük .1. development of the country and to be- uuuit uub ui toe great leaning industries of New Mexico. . ; i ' ' -- . The management of The Gazette is responsible for what appears in Its columns, and nothing is printed there which they do-not approve. The charge that tbe notice of a school exhi bition on in east SKie.i.'Was promoted by motives "gangrened . by spite and jealousy," could have arisen only In the uiBuuun aim uemuuieu orain oi tne man who wrote it. The one for whom it was intended haa been a resident of this town tor two year and he think he is too well known for his motives to be impugned bv aoT Such source as that from which this charge emanated. - - Piano and organs sold By Maroellmo ft Mernin at eastern prices with freight added. , Patronize home institutions. The way to paraliae a town is to buy what you may need ia the easttwhan you can duplicate article and price at lo cal stores," Maroellino ft Mernin.' LocalettM. ' Geof. McCrobaa is looked for today. This morning' will be the last Ga EEtte tor the present, i Romulo Martines ha been confirm ed a United State marshal for the tsr ritory of New Mexioe. St. Paul' Chapel Worship at 11 a. m., and 8 p. m., with sermons on Tbe Ascensión, by Dr. Cross. Frank Carpenter and wife, of Liberty, are in the city, and Pete Pixly is ex pected in this afternoon, Fibst Baptist Chcbcb -Memorial service at tbe First Baptist church to day at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 8 p. m. A special invitation 1 extended to all. Good music is provided for. Seals free. Congress will Investigate tbe order of Commissioner Sparks, by which he pro hibited tbe taking up of land under the homestead and timber culture acts. Mr. Sparks will doubtless find himself in hot water. .... . , , .. . .-, Rev. George Needbam arrived from the east last night. After the adjourn ment of the general conference at Rich mond, Vs., he visited Norfolk, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, leaving the latter place Tuesday evening. A meeting of the Las Vegas Publio Library association will be held at the office of J. J. Fitzgerrell, Monday, the 7tb, at 8 p. m. All citizens are cordial ly invited to attend, for tbe purpose of considering matters of nfuch impor tance to the citizens, and the welf r of the city. F. O. Kihlbebo, President, First Congregational Church Religious services of the Congregation al church atjtbo hall, Wyman's block, today at 11 a. m., and 8 p. m. Snndav school at 9: 45 a. m. 8ubject of ser mon in the morning, The Fatherhood of God, in the evening, Lecture on Strikes, Boycotts and Lockouts, Rey. W. B. Sumner will preach. All are very cor dially invited. ' ... Chas. W. Rood, a lawyer from Den ver, happening to be in our oity, under took the gratuitous defence of young Davis, yesterday, before Judge Steele's court. Mr. Rood made quite a reputa tion for himself by his noble dofenne of tbe unforiunate young man. His calm and dignified manner was in contrast with the vituperative effort of the prose oution. Davis, in default of $1,000 bail, was commuted CO jail to await tbe ac tion of the grand jury. : Bridge Once More. It is said tbat tbe county commis sioners haya appointed a board of three to inspect tbe bridges after their com pletion. Again The Gazette demands In the name of tbe taxpayers, that the inspection be done while the bridges are building. After tbe bridges have been oompleted, what good will inspec To The MRS. M.-E. Intending to leave here in a few days, hereby announces to the public, and particularly to he Ladies of Las Vegas, that she will sell her whole stock of ' i . MILLINERY GOODS - AT - PUBLIC AUCTION! TO COMMENCE ON NEXT- . Tuesday. June 8, and to be continued until the FASHIONABLE HATS, BONNETS, AHÜ AN ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS. are disposed of.. Also a lot of such as Tables, Hat Stands, one Utensils, two Parlor Stoves, and A. LFELD'S Is the Carpetings, Matting, Rugs, Upholstery Goods, ALSO Lace, Bcrim, Raw Silk and Plush Would also call attention to a will be eold CHEAP TO C LOSE. When in want of anything in Dry urniture and Bedding, Don't tion do? Cxn anyone tell by looking At a liuisliwi bridge, if tbe piers and abut maijH go down to tbe tied rock P Sup pose they find tbe work haa not Deen well done, and refuse to rsceive the structures, will it not throw us out of the bridges for months? We want good bridges, and want them as soon as pos sible. An ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure. It will be much easier toeoe that tbe bridges are built right than to have them made good if onee they are bnilt improperly. Any one oan sue tbat this is a plain proposi tion. Let us have the names of the three inspectors; and if tbey are com petent men, tbe commissioners should make it their duty to inspeot the bridges as tbey are building. The Latent Style of Lawns,. , Buntings, Dress Goods And n Fall Line or WHITE GOODS Just received Also a fine line ot Laces, Embroideries and Allover Laces and Embroideries. Call and examine our new atocle of Airy Uoode. N.L. Rosenthal Sons W, T. TABVIHTOR. VAUACI HlSSKLDIN. fRtVEHTON & HESSELOEH ii hi innuiuiiu nnu uuiluliiui Bitlnntei given on all kinds of work. : illden Street uetwcpn Ballroad and Grand Avenue. LAS"V EGAS, 7 (Ea st Side) Z H Public. BRIDELL, at 10 o'clock, A.M. whole stock consisting of a lot of FEATHERS, RIBBONS. FLOWERS Furniture and Fixtures, Cooking Stove with . all .the a lot of other Furniture. MOEEISOK, Auctioneer. Place to See a New Stock of lot of cpeao Wall Papers which Goods, Forget ILFELD S THE CITY SHOE STORE ! NO. 17 Center Street. Reliable Goods at C. H, SPORLEDER, N E W GOO D ARRIVING DAILY. Ladles' Donctola Kid Button. Ladlea' French Kid Button. ' f " j ' , Ladlaa' Fine Amerloan Kid Button) . . jf Mlaaea rina American Button. ' in B, Oí O, add B widths. , Also, a Good 'Assortment of Boys' Boots. - ' ' ' i .... .r 1 The above goods made to order exprés 1 y . for nay trade, warranted la everr -' reapect. Ladles who desire a First-class Shoe Dressing will fled the sama in e-Mtinz the Almond Polish. Contains Od, and wlU prora superior to all others for Ladies' Pina Shoes. CHAS. H. SPORLEDIH, Sole Agent. ' " f ' THE GOLDEN RULE ! PRIZE PUZZLE. bo u 0 Í a i 9 C SÍ " & 3; S3' 1 2 ca -.3 mull Jl; i s n -.v. St I ll Q3 ca 3 a i! ll ' i ; - r- : M'Stt a. t CL3 :8" rvS fia . a a ar- 3 rXLi v - W W. F. OOOBS. CC ORS BROTHERS, ' Wbolesale mat Aetail Dealers la House Surnlshlng Oooda, Carpets. Oil Cloths, Mattinirs, Eto. . Sporting Goods, Bangos, Cook and Heating Stoves, Orates, Lumber Lath, Shingles, Doors and Blinds. ALSO CONTRACTING AND BUILDING. LAS VEGAS Tony's Bath Rooms. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY Las Vegas Roller Milis Ffeüi 0. Xj. X-aEioixr oOs's, SODA AND MINERAL WATERS. TECH Tit ADH Las Veeas, - . THOMAS Dealer in Prnits of all Hinds CENTER iTREET, ONI DOOB EAST FoDDlar FriGes -. P: PROPOSITION. 1st, To the person aendlng na oor- reet Solution of this Puzzle, describing 7 evifry moTe required, in the fewest words, we will aire an order of S2Sto apply toward the purchase of MERCHANDISE S) days from date of Award - , V To ths second best, an Order of 3d. To the third beat, an order of $15. 4:th. To the fourth best, an order of 6th. To the ten next best, tl In Ifer ehanillae of any description desired. .... cbiteíríóNíijI ftg"sff Évery Competitor will write In ink vu uu. nueoi paper, ana sign name, whioh will be recorded In a book. Thla contest will close at 12 M December 1, 188A. And thn a.anl. m.ilu a. 14 u- December 16, 1886. DIREOriQiTf. Place white bnttnim an the fnnr nnM. figures ud black buttons on the four lower njrures. The pnzile la to change tn white buttons to the lower flgurea and the black buttons to the upper Of ' urea by moving and Jumping-, nerer move more than one figure at a time: never Jump more than one button, and always Jumpa button of opposlteeolor) i r' white buttons must be moved down. , J Ward only, anl black ones upward only. i h j I I HENRY O. COOB8. NEW MEXICO. Street ; . near . : , Gazette Office. t!I.. Vj,S SUPPTjUBD, - ! New ZZexloo. OF SPOBLEDEB'S BHOB 8TOBB,