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DAILY GAZETTE
T. H. KOOCLER, Editor.
RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION
Dally, 1 year $10 00.
Tuil v, month 6 00.
Mail v. I month 100.
l)i-itviMfil bv carrier to any part of the city.
MVcklv. 1 ir S 00.
K.-i-kly. mouth 1 75.
Fur Advertising Kate;" apply to J . H. Koogler
K'iiioraml I'roprietor.
Our Hero, tlio Old IIamayuiper.
ArUonn Democrat.
lio looked at the sky,
This OM Httssayampcr;
Tho weather was dry
Arid he paid, "If 'twas ilainjx-r
Along the week,
I'd run my Long Tom
And my shovel mid plok,"
Siiid thin Old Hnssavampor.
Now the gold ia the sand
Was the thing that was craved; '
Hut it eouldn't be panned,
So it couldn't lie saved
By this Old Hassayaniper,
Tiltil there was water to moisten the pilo
That he'd thrown from its bed for a terrible
while.
His bill ai the store
Where he got his supplies,
Had been placed on the score
That were not on the riso
Just at present.
But a cloud in the sky
And a breeze from the south,
Brought u tear to tho eye
And the plus to the mouth
Of this Old Hassayamper:
And expressions decidedly pleasant.
But the clouds were dissolved,
And too showers came not;
While scarce had our hero .
A bean in his pot.
Yet judging from boots and from breeches;
One would scarcely suppose
That he'd hanker for those
For like these tire the robes of tho witches.
Our old Hassayamper.
Without even unfurling the flag of distress,
Tho' so short in his beans and so long in his
dress,
Staid yet with his claim,
As a maiden hath said,
With a hope that she had,
'Till the adjective made
For the gulch to get damper.
Ah. where is the hero that's braver than this?
And where is the hope more enshrouded in
bliss?
For he sees in the sand as tho' hope were a
truth,
A treasure to gladden tho loves of his youth;
The loves of this Old Hassayamper.
Had he failed to prepare
For i season much damper,
The merchant would swear;
For at last came the floods
Of a glorious rain.
Hut Lo had been there,
And they ran by the grave
H the Old Hassnyamper. M. A. K.
Tlie Corrillos District.
This camp which has boon but little
spoken of in the public prints for tho
past year is really one of the best in the
Territory. To mention all the mines
and developments would require much
more space than we have at our com
mand. Over eight hundred claims
have been taken in this section and
more developments have been done on
the mines than in any other mining
camp in the country. A large number
of mines have been .sunk to the depth
of two hundred feet or more and inva
riably become richer the deeper the
shafts have been put down. Hoisting
works are now used at three or four of
tlie deepest mines. Reduction works
arc being put in which ere long will
give tlie camp a big boom. Tlie Dur
yea smeller is now complete and set in
motion. This is said to be a line pro
cess and one that will take out a great
er part of the precious metals. This
smelter is situated at Bonanza City.
Mine owners have donated a large
amount of oro for the purpose of test
ing t heir mines. Ore from the "Bottom
Dollar'1 and the "John A. Logan''
mines was the iirst to be placed on the
dump. There are about 350 miners in
the Cerrillos district at the present
lime, all busily engaged in working
their mines. , Tho patent lands, which
cover about one third of the mines in
the district are a great detriment to the
mining interests. These lands it seems
were entered about the year 1872 under
the laws of 18(10 for agricultural
purposes. When this cam) was Iirst
made known as a mineral bearing re
gion about two years ago, the miners
went in and commenced the work of
prospecting and developing their linds.
At that time few , if any of the
miners knew of the claims of the paten
tees to these lands and naturally enough
took up claims under tlie mining laws of
the United States. Now the conflict
presents itself between the miners and
patentees. Both claiming these lands
under the several laws of Congress.
Much money and labor has been ex
pended by the miners and the mines are
shown to be excellent. Now the own
ers under the entry laws step in and
claim everything by a prior right. The
miners claim that, as these lands were
known to be mineral lands at tlie time
of the granting of the patents; that on
ly the lands known to be mineral lands
were bought and furthermore that, as
it was known at the time these lands
were patented they were totally unlit
for agricultural purposes, being moun
tains and rocks and totally devoid of
witter, that the patents were obtained
through fraud and should be declared
void. Thus the matter stands at pres
ent. Large amounts of documentary
evidence is being taken and the whole
matter will be tested in the courts as
soon as possible. However outside of
tlie patent lands there are enough mines
to make this one of the most important
districts in the territory and we predict
that it will be only a few weeks until the
fact will be recognized. Carbonateville
is now the most important town in the
district. It contains two hotels which
are well patronized. Mr. Maddox is
the genial landlord of one and Mrs. Wal
lace of the other. Messrs. Munsen and
Alfred F. Brainerd do the assaying for
the camp. Rogers & Cottle carry a
large stock of goods used by the miners,
and Frank Bailey, formerely proprie
tor of the Plaza Saloon, Santa Fe, has
started a nicely arranged saloon and
beer garden and is doing a very good
business.
Limburger i'heese
at J. Graaf ftCo.'s.
(i-ri
fiirniKl Lunch
every Saturday night at the Exchange
Saloon. . . 4-21-tf
Uraliftin lireiMt.
Fresh every day at J. Graaf & Co's old
reliable bakery.
A large invoice of white lace and veils
just receiveil at C. E. Wesehe's. (-2tf
Beautiful fans at Charles Ilf eld's.
Examine Lockhart & Co's fine new
stock of furniture before purchasing
elsewhere. 5-1 ltf
Two car loads of stoves received by
Lockhart & Co. 5-11-tf
Pure Missouri cider at Putman iv
Wolfs.
Mint julips at Billy's.
Rye BrenU
Fresh every day at J. Graaf & Co's
old reliable bakery.
Ice cold Milwaukee beer on d raught ,
10 cents, at "Billy's."5-25tf
Go to Mrs. Andrews' south of old Ga
zette office for board. 0-23-3w
The North German Lloyc
Steamship (Jonipoiiy.
New York, Bremen, Havre, London
Via Southampton.
Outward Tickets, Round Trip Tickets
and Prepaid Tickets sold at
Marwede, Brumley & Co.
Agents for Las Vegas and New Mexico
MRS. BOBBINS S UM'MK tiFJ ELD , M. 1).,
of Chicago, would announce to the people
of Las Vegas that, having had u larae hospital
experience, is prepared to treat all diseases of
WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
Special attention given to difficult obstetri
cal cases.
Oilice in the Optic b ock. Refers to Ruv. Or.
McNamara, Kid copal Church.
Ct PATTY,
O Manufacturer of
TIN, COPPER
AND SHEKT-IRON WARES
and dealer in all kinds of
COOKING AMI PARLOR STOVES
BRIDGE STREET, - - - LAS VEGAS
A
1). MOREIIEAD,
BARBER AND HAIRDRESSER,
Shop In Miguel, Romero Building,
North Side of the Plaza.
D
C. McGLTRlS,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All Kinds of Stone Work a Specialty.
LAS VEGAS, - - - NEW MEXICO
Jgl II. SKIPWITH,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office, Room No. 7,
FIRST NATIONAL HANK BUILDING.
A RDNER & DRAKE .
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
Take contracts for building and job work in any
part of die Territory, Office at the Chkugo
Shoe Store.
EAST LAS VEGAS.
F
1SKE . WARREN,
E. A . Fiske,
Ji. J., warren
ATTORNEYS
AND COITNCKLLOK- at LAW, SANTA EE.
will practice in rhe Supreme and all District
Courts of the Territory. Special attention
given to corporation ca-es; also to ip' nish and
Mexican Grants and United "tatos Mining mid
other land litigation belwro the courts and
United States executive officers.
JRANK SPRINGER,
ATTORNEY
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
CIMARRON, - - - NEV MEXICO
J-AST SIDE
WATER WAGON
Will deliver water promptly at any place in the
Old Town. Apply to
O'KEEFE & WALCH.
McCaffrey,
MASON & BRICKLAYER,
All kinds of Masonry, Brick-work and Plas
tering done on short notice.
LAS VEGAS, -
NEW MEXICO.
JAMES GEIIERTY,
PLASTERER AND BUILDER.
Will attend to all contracts promptly both m
city and country. Give me a call and
try my work.
LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO.
M
cKLESIURUY & ALLISON,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
LAS VEGAS, X. M.
Will attend to all contracts prompMv in both
city and country, and guarantee satisfaction.
J- J. PETTUOHN, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
LAS VEGAS AND HOT SPRINGS.
Chronic Diseases and Diseases of Females a
8iccialty
HOT SPRINGS - - - Uto li A.M.
LAS VEUAS-Centrol Drug Store, 2 to t) P. M.
"yjcLKAN BROTHERS,
Alex McLean. Kobt. McLean. Jon. McLean.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
All klndb of mason work. Fine Plastering
a specialty. Contracts taken in all
parti of the Territory.
LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO.
ERANK OGDEN,
Dealer in
COFFINS, CASKETS,
And Undertaking Goods of all Kinds Kept
Constantly ou Hand.
LAS VEGAS, - - - NEW MEXICO.
All Orders Promptly Filled.
jgOSTWICK & WIIITELAW,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office in First Nat'l Bank Building,
LAS VEGAS. - - NEW MEXICO.
J N FURLONG,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
GALLERY, OVER
POSTOFFICE, Bridge Street, LAS VEGAS.
-yy G. WARD,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
QÍIAVES & RUSSELL,
T. Franco Chaves, D. C. Russell.
ATTORNEYS
AND COUNSELORS AT LAW.
ALiU.tjU KIltJL'K. ... -NEWMEXICO
c
MARTSOLF,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
LAS VEGAS, SANTA FE, ALBUQUERQUE
AND SAX MARCIAL.
QET SHAVED AT THE
PARLOR BARBER SHOP.
BATHS ATTACHED .
CENTER STREET, - EAST LAS VEGAS
REIDLINGER;
Proprietor of the
MINERS' BARBER SHOP,
HOT AND COLD BATHS
Next door to Wright's Keno Parlor.
JICHARD DUNN.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
RINCON, - - - - NEW MEXICO.
J- SALAZAIÍ.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
LAS VEGAS, - - - NEWMEXICO.
"yyEST LAS VEGAS,
LAND AGENCY
JOHN CAMPBELL,
in Wesehe's building.
LAS VEGAS, - - - NEWMEXICO.
LBERT & HKRBER,
Proprietors
BREWERY SALOON,
OPPPOSITE ADAMS EXPRESS OFFICE,
East Las Vegas.
Fr sli Beer always on Draught. Also Fine
Cigars and Whiskey. Lunch Counter in con
nection. ATTORNEY AT LAW
(Office at Residence)
EAST LAS VEGAS ... x. M.
VALLEY SALOON
CHAS. MELENDY, Prop'r.
I would respectfully call the attention of the
public to my choice brand of
LIQUGRS I CIGARS !
Opposite the depot.
Elegantly Furnished.
Open day and night. Club room in connoction.
LIDDELL & BLÉWETT,
News Stand
.AND
STATIONERY.
KTIMPORTED AND DOMESTIC ClGARSjJ
All the leading dailies aud literary period
icals, both Eastern and Territorial.
A full line of blanks, blank books and ster
eoscopic views of all points of interest in tlie
Territory.
EAST LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO.
J". J". KEIjXX",
' Successor to Blake & Kelly)
Slaiiufftcturer antl Denier lia
SADDLES & HARNESS
Carriage Trimmintf to Order.
On Front Street,
NEW ALIiUQUERQUE,
N. M.
Eagle Saw Mills
-AND-
MjUMBJER Willi)
-BY
T. Romero & Son.
J3"Leave your orders at the store off3i
T. Homero & Son.
Las Vegas,
New Mrcxiuo.
Roberts & Wheelock
PRACTICAL
Roofers, Plumbers,
AND
ma m wji' ' rjr is mm snb
JOB WORK A SPECIALTY.
Grand A veuuo, opposite Lockhart &Co., Eas
Las Vegas.
F.BACA ! SANDOVAL
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
CHOICE KZElSTTTJCICir
WHISKIES
.ole Agent In New Mexico for
DICK BROTHERS'
CELEBRATED
LAGER BEER.
I SOCORRO, N. M. LAS VK.G Ac, N. M.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
MARWEDE, BRUMLEY & CO.
Dealers iu
HAEDWAKE
Woodenware,
STOVES TINWARE
AND
HouseFwrnishing Goods
Rosenwald's Block, on Plazp,
LAS VEGAS; - - XEW MEXICO.
J. W. LOVE,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
Las Vegas, New Mexico.
HAY,
GRAIN,
POTATOES,
APPLES,
HANDLED in CAR LOTS.
Bntter, Eggs and Poultry always on hand
Cash paid on consignments .
EMPIRE SAW ILLS
-OF-
R. W. WOOTTFN CO.
end all Orders to
RLANCHARD & CO., LAS VEGAS, X. M.
P
LAS VECAS
LANING MIL
F. C. OGDEN, Proprietor.
Dressed Lumber for Sale. Lumber Surfaced to
Order. All Styles of
Moulding, Sash, floors & Blinds,
Turning of all Descriptions, Newell Posts,
Balustrades, scroll-Sawing,
Contiaotiug, Builciing
Work and Estimates from a distance will
receive prompt attention.
LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO.
Prices to Suit the Times.
J. C. BLA.KE
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SADDLES i HARNESS
LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO.
South Side of Plaza,
Carriage Trimming Done to Order.
A. 0. ROBBINS
DEALER IN
FURNITURE
AND
QUEEN SWARE
UNIifSKi A KING O UDKltS PROMPT
LY ATTENDED TO.
Near the Bridge, West Las Vegas.
J. B. ALLEN'S
TAILORING
Establishment,
Located on South Second St. , opposite tho Santa
Fe Bakery, where he is prepared to do all
kinds of work promptly, and in a workman
like manner, at reasonable prices.
$100 Reward for TomDenn.
The above reward will be paid by the Mora
County Stock Growers Association of Mora Co.
New Mexico, for the arrest aud delivery to the
proper authorities at Mora County Jail of
TOM DEAN alias TOM CÜMM1NGS,
from Amienta, Red Hiver, N. M., for stealing
cattle. Dean when last heard from was at one
of the Narrow Guage Ball Uoad camps at Kio
Arriba county, New Mexico.
A STANDING BEWAItD OF $50 IS OF
FEBED. For the arrest and conviction of any THIEF
who has stolen Stock from any member of the
Mora County Stock Growers Association, and
$100 IlEWAIiD j
Wit' be paid for Information which will lead
to the conviction of Bnvers of Stolen Stock, J
STOCK GROWERS ASSOCIATION
Mors County, N.M
NEW YORK HOUSE
RAILROAD AVENUE, OPPOSITE THE DEPOT - '
LAS VEGAS, - - NEW' mEXICÓ
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS.
REASOHABLB
SCBakry In connection. Fresh Bread, Rolls. Buns, etc., Constantly on Hand.
T. A. NETTERBERG, Proprietor.
G-R AND VIEW HOTE
LAS EGAS, NEW MEXICO.
IDI&a. J". EE. SUTFIIT, PROP'R
iTlie Hest Accommodations that can lie Found in tlio Territory .- J
HATES Per day, $ 2.00; per week, T.00 to 9.00
TO AISTD FEOM ALL TKAINS.
SO RJiNER tHOU SE
EAST LAS VEGAS NEW MEXICO
G-eo. Snmner5 Prop'r
This house is bran-new and has been elegantly furnished throughout. The Sumner is a firs
class house in every respect, and guest will be entertained in the best possible manner nnd a
reasonable rates.
ATT ri tt ai nm
A. L. McDONALD, Proprietor,
SOCORRO IfcTIEW MEXICO
fjrst-class Accommodations for the Tvejing Public. Bus to and from all Trains.
The Best Hotel in Southern SUew Mexico
"mi i
DILL, 0
SOUTH SI I E OF PLAA,
SIO-nSToFEIDDBIjTJB LA-ILvO?
Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars constantly on hand. Elegant parlors and Wine Itoonis in
conneciion.' - -
Open Dav and Night. Lunch at all Hours.
Telephone to Old and New Town uud the Not Springs. 3
Eastern and Western Daily Papers. WILL C. BUUTO.V, Piopriotor.
AMUSEMENT.
S:E3STl.TE SALOOlsT
CHAS. TOPT, Proprietor.
CENTER STREET, EAST LAS V EGAS
Open TZssh-y and ZKTig-lat
Private Club Room in connection. All kinds of Legitimate Games nhvnvs in full blast.
Best brands of Liquors and Cigars constantly on
MENDENHALL,
FEED AND SALE STABLE
33.st audL 'West Xjo-st Vegas.
Dealers iu Horses aud Mules, alio Fine Busies mtl (Jurrinife lor ?ak'
Rigs for the Hot Springs autl other Points of Interest. The Fiuest; Liverv
OutlitH in the Territory.
LITTLE BUTTERCUP
If. W. WEED, Prop'r,
Keeps Choice Wines, Liquors nnd Cigars.
CLUB ROOMS ATTACHE D .
ZEATOILr, - ISTIEW MEXICO
In the rear of the Dining Hall.
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Town Lets for Sale in Bernalillo,
The I'erea family, of Bernalillo, have lnnl
out a large tract of land in that beautiful town,
exteuiling north on either siile of the railroail.
These lots aie very desirable for business ami
residence property, and are riet anions tho
vineyards and fruit-growing lands. Lauds for
gardens, orchards and vineyards can he easily
obtained. Tho property will he sold at reason
able rates. For further information apply to
J. M. I'LRKA.
Bernalillo, N. M.
Lime for Sale.
Iu any quantity desired. Address ,
Z. S. I.ONGEUVAN,
2-22tf. Watrous, N. M.
rn
HOUSE
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hand.
HUNTER & CO.,
TP XC HAN G IT
.JJJ HOTEL iLi
r. S. K. DAVIS, I'iop'k,
SANTA FE, - - - NEW MEXICO.
Ttiia must popular resort for travoU-rs in the
South-west hits, under the Superv islon of Mrs.
Davis, been reju ennitd and improved. All
the leiittires that have so signally contributed
to its extensive reputation will ltd maintained,
and every th 1115 done to add to the comfort of
gllCS'9.
The Hotel table will b" under the control of
cooks oí the highest grade, and ineals wiM bo
served in the best style.
made by going t FI.EC'K'N and getting your
Clothes Repaired and Cleaned. Vou
will And that most of your
old suits can be
ABD!
SUITS CLEAN KD OR COATS BOUND FOR
Repairing done at reasonable rates. Shop
next door to Uiownlng's Real Kstate Olltce,
East Las Vegas. F. W. FLECK, Prop'r.
J. E. HOLMES
Wholesale and Retail Deuler In
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LAS VECAS, ' - NEW MEXICO

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