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DAILY GAZETTE
J. H. KOOCLER, Editor.
RATES.OF SUBSCRIPTION
Daily, I year .. 10 00.
Dailv . i moil t lis 00.
ball v. I month 1 00.
Delivered by carrier to any part of the city.
WiH-klv, I year i lio.
ffwklV. ilnton Hid 1 75.
For Adf ertlaing Ratea apply to J . II . Koogler
Kilnur au.l Proprietor.
Tb ClnlleleN farmrr,
A farmer had acven daughters,
Anl but little else bo had;
And the if Iris all huil good appetite.
Anl times were very Imd.
He brllied tbe country paper
To nay In hln cellar's mold
He hud hidden, being it miner,
Seven kog of rel, red gold.
He thought bo knew human nature.
That farmer, and he smiled
When down the seventh rope-ludder he
Saw eliipe his seventh child. 1
But It In extremely doubtful
If at the time, he foresaw
Their return with his fourteen irrundehildren,
And seven sons-in-law.
Tli Attorney General.
Governor Shelden must have been un
informed as to (he statu of the Attor
ney General's ofiiee, or lie would have
hardly made an appointment at the
present time. We do not believe it
possible that the Governor desires to act
in opposition to the decision of our high
est court ; but that is what he really has
done. The Supreme Court, at the Jan
uary term of the present year, decided
tliat the oilice was vacant and that the
(Jovernorhad.no authority to fill the
vacancy : and nothing has happened to
change the condition of a flairs since
that time.
In the spring of 1878, a vacancy in the
oilice occurred by resignation, and Gov,
Axtcll appointed Judge Waldo Attor
ney General, under Sec. 18i)8, of the U
S. Revised Statutes, which reads as fol
lows :
"In any of the Territories, whenever
"a vacancy happens from resignation
"or death uunng the recess of the legis
"lative council, in any office which, un
tier the organic act 01 the lerntorv
IS
"to be tilled by appointment of the Gov
"ernor, by and with the advice and eon
"sent of the council, the Governor shal
"lill such vacancy by granting a com
"mission which shall expire at the end
"of the next session of the legislative
council.
Before the expiration of the next ses
sion of the council, Gov. Wallace nomi
nated Mr. E. A. Fiske for the office, but
Mr. Fiske was rejected by the council.
After the council adjourned, Gov. Wal
1 nff- -i-v 1 .
i.tce gave iur. risKe a commission as
Attorney General. Under this eommis
sion, Mr. Fiske endeavored to exercise
I lie duties of Attorney General, but tiie
courts in which he appeared refused to
recognize him. Nothing can be urged
in support of Governor Shelden' s re
cent appointment of Col. Ureeden,
which was not advanced in the Supreme
Court in favor of the validity of Mr.
Fiske" s commission.
It was contended on behalf of Mr
I.V . 1. . . 1 . .. . .1 .
risKcinai me vacancy was ine same
old vacancy created by the resignation
of Judge Waldo's predecessor, and that
the Governor had authority to appoint
under Section I808, above referred to
The court, however, held differently,
and Judge Bristol says :
i 111s construction ot the provisions
"oi mat act cannot he upheld.
. .'HI. 1 I II in
1 ne governor snail 1111 such vacancy
ijy granting a commission, etc., is the
"language of that act.
"If the vacancy was so filled by the
"appointment of Mr. Waldo, and he
"was thereby.te .wrc as well as de facto
"constituted an Attorney General, of
"which there can be no doubt, then
"there could be no further continuance
"of that particular vacancy.
"Under the circumstances, therefore,
"this act of Congress conferred no au
"thorityon the (iovcrnor to appoint Mr.
"Fiske."
The opinion then proceeds in the fol
lowing strong language :
"The appointment of Mr. Fiske being
"without authority of law, and therefore
"void, Mr. Waldo conies in and claims
"title to the office.
"If the appointment of Mr. Fiske was
"without authority of law, as we be
"lieve, then we believe Gov. Shelden
"acted without authority of law in ap
"pointing Col. Breeden.
It is unnecessary to state here the
grounds of Judge Waldo's claim, as it
was quite different from the present
case. Judge Bristol closes the opinion
by saying that the Governor has "no
authority to make recess appointments
to offices of this description, except
where vacancies occur by death or res
ignation." "We all concur, therefore, in the
"opinion that neither Mr. Waldo nor
"Mr. Fiske is entitled to the office of
"Attorney General, and that the office
"is vacant."
We trust that no one will imagine
that we, in the slighest degree, question
the litness of Gov. Shelden's appoint
ee, for we do not believe that the Gov
ernor could have made a better selec
tion" Col. Breeden is both able and elo
quent, and has had large experience as
a prosecuting officer. His appointment
"by and with the advise and consent of
the legislative council," would givo
universal satisfaction.
WE M.1Y BE HAPPY YET.
Hon. John Evans and the Denver &
New Orleans railroad company have
each sued the Tribute for $100,000.
Both com plaints allege that the articles
published in the Tribune of yesterday
are false, malicious and detamatory,
meant, intended and designed to injure
Evans in his management of the Den
ver & New Orleans railway, and to
damage, hinder and embarrass the said
railway. And both complaints further
allege that upon information received,
complainants believe that these articles
referred to were published at the insti
gation of the Denver éc Km Grande
railway or some agent thereof because
they desire to prevent the construction
01 tne Denver & Xsew Orleans road,
tearing that it may become a 'rival
Denver Tribune, ... ..- .
There is a railroad war raging in Col
orado. The article in.the Denver Tri
bune alluded to, stated that ex-Governor
Evans had sold out the stockholders of
that road and is playing into the hands
of Jay Gould. Nearly every paper in
the State, so far as heard from, has ar
rayed itself against the Tribune. Pop
ular opinion is that the I). & R. G. K. K.
has instigated the attack, that the Tri
bune has fearlessly followed up by other
articles equally positive and couched
in even stronger terms. If the 1). & R.
company desires to k ill another com
peting line let it select the best route to
the gulf, that is the best policy to pur
sue, By building from its present ter
minus at Elmoro to Las Vegas and
then down the Pecos valley to Laredo;
it can do this. It looks as though the
D. & It. G., will be driven to adopt this
course. If it does not, then the Den
ver & New Orleans will build to Trini
dad, and then on to Las Vegas and
down the Pecos to a connection with
the Texas & Pacitic R. R., placing Den
ver in communication with New Or
leans. We may be happy yet!
Xollce in the Public.
tor truit and ornamental trees,
shrubs, bulbs and flowering plants of
an Kinus, see it. Armstrong, ot the
Geneva Nursery. N. Y. He will remain
in town a few days for the purpose of
laKing orders irom those that may de
sire to purchase. Refers respectfully to
.ten naynoids, ii,sq., first national
Bank. . 7-10-lm
Try "Billy's
Havana.
Ponies" Cigars,
pure
; .
Wells, Fnrgo Co's Express.
Everything is in readiness with the
Wells, Fargo & Company's Express to
receive expressage to all points east and
west, local or foreign. We have a fa
vorable rate to all points for those wish
ing 10 express merchandise or treasure.
The Las Vegas office is at the depot,
arm is open irom v a. m. until 8 p. m
A -11 .11 , .1 . . 1
a wagon win can two or rnree limes a
day in both East and West Town, and
parties having goods to express can
send them to the office without further
trouble.
58-tf C. P. Hovey, Agent
Fine line of straw goods at the
New York Clothing: House. 5-1 1-1 in
The traveling public will find every
thing iirst-elass at the Grand View'Ho
tel. . Fruit dressed lemonade at Billy's.
M
cKLEMURKY & ALLISON,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
LAS VEGAS, N. M.
Will attend to all contracts promptly in bath
city und country, aud guarantee satisfaction.
Q II A VES & It CSS ELL,
I. Franco Chaves, D. C. Uussell,
ATTORNEYS
AND JO' SSELUtS AT LAW.
in iLK .... NEW MEXICO
Q MAKT80LF,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
LAS VEGAS, SANTA FE, ALBUQUERQUE
AND SAN MARCIAL.
QET SHAVED AT TIIE
PARLOR BARBER SHOP.
BATHS ATTACHED.
CENTER STREET, - EAST LAS VEGAS
JICHARD DUNN".
NOTARY PUBLIC,
RINCON, .... NEW MEXICO.
J. PETTl.TOHN, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
LAS VEGAS AND HOT SPRINGS.
Chronic Diseases and Diseases of Females a
Specialty.
HOI SPItlNGS . - - . 8 to 12 A.M.
LAS VEGAS Central Dmur Store. '2 toti P. M
yKST LAS VEGAS,
LAND AGENCY
JOHN CAMPBELL,
in Wesche'8 building.
US VEGAS. - - - NEW MEXICO.
jLKERT A 1IERBER,
Proprietors
BREWERY SALOON,
OPPPOSITE ADAMS EXPRESS OFFICE,
East Las Vegas.
Fr sli Beer aiwavs on Drumlit Alxo Km,.
Cigars and Hhiskey. Lunch Counter in con
nection.
JEE & FORT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
(Oilice ut Residence)
EAST LAS VEGAS ....
N. M.
MEHKEL, M. D.
OFFICE OVER HERBERT'S NEW DRUG
STORE ON THE PLAZA,
Las Veoas, - . ". . xew Mexico.
JAST SIDE
WATER WAGON
Will deliver water promptly ut any place In the
old Town. Apply to
O'KEEFE A WALCI1.
ARD,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
SALA ZAR.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
LAS VEGAS, - - . NEWME.Y1CO.
SKIPWITir,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office, Room No. 7,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUIIDG.
jy"cLEAN BROTHERS,
Alex McLean, kolil. McLean. Jo. Mclean
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
AH klntlk of mason work. Fine Plastering
specialty. Contracta taken In all
, parts of the Territory.
LAS VEGAS, - - - . NEW MEXICO
M
Its. BOBBIN'S SUMMKttFIELD. M. I.
OFFICE IN OPTIC BLOCK.
East Las Vegas,
New Mexico,
1ENERAL REPAIRING,
CONSTANTINI RATTI
Gives spceitil nttciitlon to grinding Scissors,
mending Tinware, repairing Parasols. Um
brellas, etc. He will go after work uml deliver
it. Apply at tno
NOTHWEST COltNEK OF THE PLAZA.
G
F. XEILL,
ATTORNEY
AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Ami District Attorney for tho Twentieth Ju
tlicial District of Texas. All kinds of business
attended to promptly.
Office: EL PASO, TEXAS.
S
PATTY,
Mannfactuter of
TIN, COPPER
AND SHEET-IRON WARES
ami dealer In all kinds of
COOKING A KG PARLO It hTOVES
BRIDGE STREET, - - - LAS VEGAS
D. MOREHEAD,
BARBER AND HAIRDRESSER
Shop In Miguel, Romero Building, .
North Side of the Plaza
McGUIBE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
AllKinds of Stone Work n Specialty.
LAS VEGAS. ... N (i, W MEXICO
J liEIDLlNGEIi;
Proprietor of the
MINERS' BARBER SHOP,
HOT AND COLD BATHS
Next dwor to Wright's Keno Parlor.
jUSKK
W A RISEN,
E. A. Fiske,
II. L. Wane
ATTORNEYS
AND CoUNt'ELI-OK at LAW, SANTA FE
will pr.ictice in the Mtprenm mid all District
uouvts ot tne territory. Specml attention
given to corporation cu es: also to p nish am:
Mexican Grunts uml cniteil ta ten Mining und
uun:i Hum iikiuiiuu ueir me conns una
L nt tea Mates ex eutive othcers.
FRANK OGDEN,
Dealer in
COFFINS, CASKETS,
And Undertaking Goods ol nil Kinds Kept
Constantly on (land.
LAS VEGAS, - - - NEW MEXICO
All Orders Promptly Filled.
JgOSTWlCK & WH1TELAW.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Oilice in First Nat'l Bank Building,
LAS VEGAS. - - NEW MEXICO.
MoCAKKUKY,
MASON & BRICKLAYER,
AH kinds of Masonry, Brick-work and I'las
termg done on short notice.
LAS VEGAS,
NEW MEXICO.
J N FURLONG,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
GALLERY, OVER
I'OSIOFFICE, Bridge Street. LAS VEGAS
HANSON,
Manufacturer of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Shop in the old Gazette oftioo. South Scermil
oireei.
NEW HACK LINE
to
HOT SIPXIIXvTGrS
I hereby unnounce to the public that I have
established u new hack line to the Springs.
Moderate charges and careful drivers. Orders
iciiar j aiuor s nvery statue will lie promptly
"MK" U lu- wilUj FrJUlNG ION.
LAS VEGAS
Assay Office
OF
J ohn Robertson,F.S. A.
Assay er,
INING PNGINEE'
-nico, JLLo,ilro,ci Ave.
Opposite Browne & Manzanares
jüabt JL.AB VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
Assays of Ores made with accuracy and dis
patch. Prompt attention will be paid to or
ders sent irom the various mining camps of the
territory.
Examining and Reporting on Mines and
Mining Claims a Specialty.
ASSAYS CONSIDERED CONFIDENTIAL
Rev. W. H. Murphey
Agent for New .Mexico for
Gf. W. SIMMONS &. SON
Famous
OAK HALL MANUFACTORY
-OF-
Gents' Clothing
Of all kinds made to order. Gentlemen wish
ing to save from 20 to AO per cent, from unv
prices west of Boston will please call. .1. i
Murphey will manago the business. Oilice in
Dr. Bayly's building, East Las Vej,'as.
TpXCHANGTH
1 'J HOTKTj I U
H. DAVIS, Ptop'H,
; NEW MEXICO.
SANTA FE,
This most popular resort for travelors In the
South-west has, under tho Supervision of Mis
Davis, been rejuvenitnd and improved. All
the features that have so sijrHaliy contributed
to its extensive reputation will lie maintained,
and everything dono to add to the comfort ol
gnes'i.
The Hotel table III h under tho control of
cooks or the highest grade, and meals wl!J be
served in the best style.
F.BACA I SANDOVAL
Wholesale awl Retail Dealer Id
CHOICE KE1TTTJCKY
E8
Sole Agent In New Mexico for
DICK BROTHERS'
CELEBRATED "' ' - '
LAGER BEER.
SOCORRO, N. M. ' " LAS VKUAi. N. M.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
MARWEDE, BRUMLEY & CO
Dealers In
HAKDWAK35
Woodenware,
ST
AND
ttouseFurnishing Goods
Rosenwuld's Block, on Pla.,
LAS VEGAS;
NEW MEXICO.
J. W. LOVE,
i
COMMISSION MERCHANT
Las Veeas, New Mexico.
HAY,
GRAIN,
POTATOES,
APPLES
HANDLED in CAR LOTS.
Butter, Egjrsi and "miUry always on hand
Cash paid on consignments.
EMPIRE SAW MILLS
R. W. WOOTTEN CO,
Send all Orders to
RLANCHARD & CO., LAS VEGAS, JN. M
P
LAS VECAS
LAMING Ml
F. C. OGDEN, Proprietor.
lL
Dressed Lumber for Sale. Lumber Surfaced to
Order. All Styles of
Moulding, Sash, Doors & Blinds
Turning of all Descriptions, Newell Posts,
Balustrades, ScrolNSawing,
Contrncting, 3Etu.llcl.ixi5
Work and Estimates from a distance will
receive prompt attention.
LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO
Prices to Suit the Times.
J. C. BLAKE
Manufacturer and Dealer in
LAS VEGAS, - . NEW MEXICO
Seuth Side of Plaza,
Carriage Trimming Done to Order.
A. 0. ROBBINS
DEALER IN
FURNITURE
AND
QUEENSWARE
lTNOKRI AK1NG ORUEKS PROMPT.
LY ATTENDED TO.
New- the Bridge, West Las Vegas.
J. B. ALLEN'S
Establishment,
Located on South Second St. , opposite the Santa
te Bakery, whore he is prepared to do all
kinds of work promptly, and in a workman
like manner, at reasonable prioes.
$100 Reward for TomDesn.
The above reward will bo naid bv
County Stock Grower Association of Mora Co.
New Mexico, tor the arrest and delivery to the
proper authorities at Mora County Jail of
TOM DEAN alias TOM CUMMINGS,
from Armenta. Red River. N. M . tr i.tá.11
c!tye, Ue8n 'whn lBit heard from was at one
of the Narrow Gnage Rail Road camps nt Rio
Arrioa county, Hew Mexico.
A STANDING REWARD OF 50 IS OF.
, KEHED.
For the arrest and conviction nfi.oTini' b
who has stolen Stock from any member of the
Mora County Stock Growers Association, and
100 REWARD
Will be vald for information which will 1am A
to the conviction of Buyers of 8tolen Stock.
STOCK GROWERS ASSOCIATION,
Mora County, N. M
WHISK
mi
TINWARE
SADDLES
HARNESS
TAILORING
NEW TOEK HOUSE
; . RAILROAD AVENUE, OPPOSITE THE DEPOT
LAS VEOAS, - - 1STEW MEXICO0
EVERYTHING NEW A NO FIRST-CLASS.
RATES EEASOITABLB
ffBakerr to connection. Fresh Bread, Rolls, Bans, ete., Constantly on Hand.
T. A. NETTERBERQ, Proprietor.
G-E AND VIEW HOTEL
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
TXR. J". ZEE. SUTFIIsr,
y ...
l-The Best Accommodations that can be Found in the Territory..
. . T ITrO Da. Ja S.) AA. . 1 SK n x An
TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS.
S Ü BÍ-'W-ÉR- IHI SE
f. ' ; ; -, '.' . '
EAST LAS VEGAS NEW MEXICO 1
This house is bran-new and has been elegantly furnished thronghout. The Sumner Is a firs
class house in every respect, aud guests will be entertained In the best possible manner and a
reasonable rates.
NI0HOLET HOUSE
A. L. McDONALD, Proprietor,
SOCORRO ITBW.BXICO
First-class Accommodations for tho Traveling Public Bus to and from all Trains.
The Best Hotel in Southern New Mexico
B I LLY'S
SOUTH SIDE OF PLAZA,
conneciio ' Wrs anil.clSars onstantíy on hand. Elegant parlors and Wine Rooms In
Open Dav and Night. Lunch at all Hours.
53 Telephone to Old and New Town aud the Hot Springs .5
Eastern and Western Daily Papers. WILL C. BUIiTON, Propriotor.
AMUSEMENT.
S:E3STL.TE SALOOlsT
OKAS. TOPT, Propriotor.
CENTER STREET, EAST LAS VEGAS.
rtnaf 1 Ia' 1 'r1 t . oom connection. All kinds of Legitimate Games always in full bint.
Uest brands of Liquors and Cigars constantly on hand.
MENDENHALL,
FEED AND SALE STABLE
3E3ist Axxci. "TOTost Xias Vegas.
DealerB iu Herscs aud Mules, also Fiue Bufig-ics aud Carriairps ..r Sal
Bigs for tho Hot Spriugd aud other PointH of Iuterest. Tho Finest Livor
' Outlits iu the Territory.
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Town Lots for Sale in Bernalillo,
The Perca family, of Bernalillo, hm i..i,i
OUt a large tract of land in that heantirnl Inwn
extending north on either side of the railroad.
These lots are very desirable for husi luft Ami
residence property, and are right among the
Yineyards and friitt-irrowiiiir lands. I. ami fur
gardens, orchards andviueyrda can be easily
obtained. The property M ill bo gold at reason-
aoie rates. or mriher information nimlv to
J. M. PÉUKA,
Bernalillo, N. M.
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Lime for Sale.
In any quantity desired. Address,
Z. S. Lonokuvan,
2-22tf. Watrons, N. M.
mner, Prop'r
SALOON
AND
LUNCH ROOM
HUNTER & CO.,
BUTTERCUP
WEF, Prop'r,
Liquors and Cigars.
LLiS IIUUMS ATTACHED.
- ISTEW MEXICO
In the rear of tho .Dlninjr Hall.
VALLEY SALOON
CHAS.
MELENDY, Prop'r.
I would respectfully call the attention of the
public to my choice branda of
LIQUORS I CIGARS !
Opposite the depot.
Elegantly Furnished.
Open day and night. Club room in connection.
J". J". IECIELXjIlT,
'Successor to Blake & Kelly)
.If nunructiirer muí Dealer In
SADDLES & HARNESS
Carriage Trimming to Order.
On Front Street,
NEW ALBUQUERQUE, - - - - - N. M.
J. E. HOLMES
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
m -mJÍ'" '
LAS VFCAS, - NEW MEXIC f

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