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DAILY GAZETTE
J. H. KOOOHR, Editor.
RATES.OF SUBSCRIPTION
Dally, 1 year tio mi.
Daily, I months h no.
Dally, 1 month luo,
DeMTered by carrier to any part of the city .
weekly, 1 year s no.
Weekly, 6 month 175.
. For Advertising Batea apply to J. II. Koogler
Editor ami Proprietor.
Onrdeld.
'He was." Dr. Miss al.l, the very best pa
tient ho haa n id the course of hit surgical
practice."
Ho fit to diet With courage calm
Armed to confront the threatening diirt
Better than skill is such high heart.
And help fuller than healing balm.
So lit to live ! With power cool
Equipped to fill his function grout.
To crush the knave who chame the itate,
Plaee-sei king pests of honest rule.
Equal to cither fute he'll prove,
Muy Heaven's high will Incline the scale,
The way our prayers would fain avail
To weigh it to long life mid love!
Ltndon Puruh.
C'AI'ITAL tOSTItOVtUNV.
T lie attention of the Colorado press is
to a large extent absorbed in the ques
tion of the location of the State capital.
The Denver papers' nonchalant air as to
the outcome of the controversy has
given place to an aggressive attitude'
against several cities and sections of the
State, that will undoubtedly have the
effect of raising up more antagonists
rather than creating new friends for the
"Queen City of the Plains," or retain
ing old ones.
The people of this Territory have of
course little interest in the controversy,
other than curiosity to mark the issue.
and wait to see whether the influence of
a city and county can counter-balance
that of the rest of the State. But there
is a lesson, nevertheless, to the people
of New Mexico. 'Already there are
journals in this Territory- clam
moring for the removal of the cap
ital from Santa Fe. The Gazette has
thus far kept aloof in the controversy,
because wo long ago expressed the opin
ion that this is not the proper time to
move in the matter. Sooner or later
the capital will be removed from Santa
Fe, but whether Albuquerque, Socorro
or some other city will secure the loca
tion of the seat of government, is irrel
evant now, for there is no urgent need
of a change at present. It will be well
for the over-zealous newspapers of this
Territory to learn by experience from
the pending Colorado controversy that
it is unjust and impolitic for . them to
pour forth a tirade of abuse against any
particular city or section of the country.
It can avail them little to puff up their
own section by running down another.
It injures the Territory at large and a
reaction will set in just as there has
against Denver.
There is much praise duo the Colo-
ratio springs uazettc, which, never
stooping to virulence has made a state
ment of its claims, and has employed
sarcasm to nullify any point that the
Denver papers have - made against that
city as an eligible siteforthe capital. The
(Morado Springs Gazette has published
a scries of articles on "Denver's Deep
Designs," and each paper has been a
model of sarcasm and irony. It has
turned back Denver's arguments on
itself, and the articles are as commend
able in treatment as they are racy read
ing.
NPEt'IAL ar.R! WATOIIINO
MANTA FEEXIMtESN.
Tilt:
WliiclieHtcr It I Hen and Xftvjr Itevol
ver in Waiting for Knight mt
the Koail,
Information has come to the authori
ties of the A. T. & S. F. road which
leads them to believu that a gang of
train robbers have their eagle eyes upon
the immense amount of money that is
daily being expressed east from Pueblo
just now in payment for fall goods by
our merchants. These shipments of
money are double this year than ever
before and the gang seemed to have
"dropped" on it. Annie Lee, "a wo
man of the town" of Kansas City who
is thought to stand in with a gang of
robbers led by her paramour, Jim Mar
shall, who figured quite prominently in
the Hosmer robbery, at .Kansas City
some months ago, has been seen along
the 1 ine of the Atchison, Topeka and
Santa Fe on several occasions of late.
When last hoard of she was en route to
Pueblo and Marshall is said to have
preceded her. These and other facts
that are known only on the "inside,"
have aroused the suspicions of the rail
road authorities and a special guard of
twelve men attired in citizens clothes
but all armed to the teeth with Win
chester rifles and navy revolvers, has
been employed to guard the night ex
press trains between Pueblo and Sar
gent. They travel in squads of throe
one squad boardingthe west bound train
at Sargent and another the east bound
train at Pueblo, shifting with the other
six guards every other night. Private
agents are also working the line and we
dare say should any "brake" be made
the gang will receive an exceedingly
warm reception. Pucbh News.
Commercial drummers frequently
run across unexpected obstacles to bus
iness in the form of special taxes. The
States of Virginia, Texas and North
Carolina are inexorable in this matter,
demanding $100 to f 150 a year, and
there are isolated cities, such as Savan
nah, Charleston and Washington, quite
as exacting. The little town of Hawk
msville, Ga., practically ' excludes
agents by taxing them a day. Mo
bile demands ff.CO a week, and Little
llock f 5. Georgia cities range from $3
to f 10 a week. Several States make no
attempt to enforce their laws on the
subject.
with BlMd.
A dispatch from the Maple Spring
Camp, Eau Claire county, Wis., says:
"New life has been infused into the
pursuit of the William brothers by the
arrival of eight Indian scouts with thir
ty bloodhounds, employed out West by
the United States government. The
scouts are headed by Buffalo Charlie
and Yellowstone Kelley. With these
names the public was made familiar
during Custer's and Miles' campaigns
In im and 1877. Buffalo Charlie's pa
rents, brothers and sisters were killed
by the Indians over six years ago, since
which time he has given his whole heart
to the Work of traplrinrr rr.ilL-ina -nrwl
fugitives from justice ffenerallv. The
trail of the outlaws will be taken up in
the vicinity of Doolittle's Camp, and
the scouts will go ahead with the entire
pacK ot blood hounds, making such a
huut as was never witnessed in the Big
wooas Deiore."
'An Important Capture.
William Lessley was arrested at the
charged with assisting in the murder of
Will im mí! Vorw! u lua ViííHot tnnurn n u
m..m V K tlV nilVlf 11
"Buck," at the New Placers, on the
17th ult. John J ackson is the man who
did the shooting and is still at large.
TmrTHrHnt.Alw ftftar iho clinf ivoa fiiun!
J ackson and Lessley got on a horse and
rode away. A sum of money was
raised for them by the employes of the
mininr comnanv. and thev left the
camp, finally coming to this city. Less
ley remained here, but Jackson went
away and has not since been seen
I.PSfulliV. n Dmmú iluniuu Knv ími-klí
cated in the affair in any way whatev
er, but the officers are in possession of
very strong eviuence against mm, Av
uiquviYuv uvurriui.
The Pennsylvania railroad is using a
neat arrangement tor notifying passen
gers wuut Btauuiitiiey are approacning.
A neat case is placed at each end of the
im i fii Til Mini Tier n. uTr n nr mutiiin ni non
paiuieu m uiacü letters me names oían
flirt Lif:r,' lw. ..U..nn.l 'IM,
rangement is worked bya lever on the
jutuuiuuvt; iiiiiuii;uiit;u uy mc engi
neer on leaving the station so as to
i i i, i . i ...
snow mo next shopping Place, it is
complete and very convenient.
Park KeNtntiratit.
For a well cooked well served meal
go to the Park Restaurant. Breakfast
troni half past six to ten; dinner from
twelve to two p. m. ; supper from six
to eight p. m. Meals cooked to order.
Chicken and porter house steak always
J A J . "
serven 10 oruer. i-m-u
Perzoine a specialty at
8-3-tf Billy's.
"yyjVf. M. FITZ-MAURICE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Silveh Citv, - - New Mexico
Business of every kind attended to in Grant
"VJTcKLEMURKY & ALLISON,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
Will attend t.i all coulrncta promptly ii both
til aw umiiiw v, nun guuruuiee oalisiiiMion,
QUAVK8 & RUSSELL,
J. Franca Cha vim, I. C. Ituaaell,
ATTORNEYS
AND COi-.NSELcRS AT LAW.
' Wl K - - - - NEW MEXICO
Q MAUTSOLF,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
LAS VEGAS, SANTA FE, ALBUQUERQUE
AND SAN MARCIAL.
G
ET SHAVED AT THE
PARLOR BARBER SHOP.
BATOS ATTACHED.
CENTER STREET, - EAST LAS VEGAS
JICHARD DUNN.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
RINCON, - - - - NÉW MEXICO.
NJ-
PETTIJOHN, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
LAS VEAS AND HOT SPRINGS.
Chronic 1)1 feast's and Diseases or Females a
S,Alulf
IIOISPKISGS - - - 8 to 12 A.M.
LAS VhUASCeRtral Drugstore, 2 to BP. M.
-yyKST I' AS VEGAS,
LAND AGENCY
JOHN CAMPBELL,
lu Wesche's buildlnir
LS VEGAS, - -
NEW MEXICO
A LBERT & lIMtllEIt,
J.X.
Proprietor)
BREWERY SALOON,
OPPPOS1TE ADAMS EXPRESS OFFICE,
East Las Vegas.
cifrar unu vtniskey,
" - . . . i . mo
Tiunch Counter in rote
neuiion.
J EE & FORT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
(Olliee at Residence)
EAST LAS VEGAS - . . . k
M.
8
1J. MERKEL.M. D.
OFFICE
OVER HERBERT'S NEW DRUG
STORE ON THE PLAZA,
Las Veoas,
New Mexico.
jpAST SIDE
WATER WAGON
Will deliver water promptly at auy place iw tb
OldTowu. Apply to
O'KEEFE A WALC1I.
-yy G.WARD,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
jy SALAZAR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
LAS VEGAS, - - - NEWMEXICO.
Jjl II . SKIPWITH,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office, Room No. 7,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
Outlaws
haandi.
jJcLKAX BROTHERS,
Alex McLean. Robt. McLean. Jos. McLean.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
i All kindk of mason work. Fina Plastering
icuuj. . uimracu lasen in ail
purta of the Territory,
LAS VEGAS, - XEW MEXICO
"jyj-RS. UOBBIXS SUMMERFIELD, M. I)
OFFICE IX OPTIC BLOCK.
East Las Vegas, Xew Mexico,
QENERAL REPAIRING,
CONST ANTINI RATTI
Gives gpeolHl nttcntion t) irrindinif 8eiisi)r!.
mending Tinware, repairiiiir PnriisoN, Ftn
brelliis, etc. He will (? alter work and deliver
iu Appiy nt ine
NOTHWESt CORNER OF THE PLAZA.
G
F. NEILL,
ATTORNEY
AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
And Dietriet Attorney for the Twentieth Ju
dicial I)itriet f Texu.i. All kinds of business
attemieu ro prompt I v.
(MHce: EL PASO, TEXAS
S
PATTY,
Manufacturer of
TIN, COPPER
AND SIlEKT-IliON WARES
ami dealer in all kinds of
COOKING A NO PARLOR .TOVES
BRIDGE STREET. - - - LAS VEGAS
D. MOREIIKAI,
BARBER AND HAIRDRESSER,
Shop In Mignei, Romero Building,
North Side of the Plaza.
C. McGUIRE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All Kinds of Stone Work a Specially.
LAS VEGAS. - - , NEW MEXICO
J REIDLINGERi
Proprietor of the
MINERS' BARBER SHOP,
HOT AND COLD BATHS
Next dor to Wright's Keno Parlor.
TUSKE A WARREN,
E. A. Fiske.
11. L. Warren
ATTORNEYS
AND CoUNCELL'iR. at LAW. SANTA VV
will practice in the upieine mid all District
uiiiri in ine lerrnon. speciil attention
(iiven to corporation e-es; also to .Sp nish and
i'irA tin in i' in m lii i t ill 1111 rnruu i initnr .ni
olli.-r lain! HtiLMtiuii l.elr thu eourta
buituu Mutes ex' Ctitive ollicers.
FRANK OGDEN,
Dealer in
COFFINS, CASKETS,
And I'mlerlaklnif tiooiis ol nil Kinds Kepi
l.'onstiiiith on Kami.
LAS VEGAS, - - - XEW MEXICO.
All Order Promptly Filled.
JgOSTWICK & WHITELAW,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
O:lioe in First Nat'l Hank Building,
LAS VEGAS. - . NEW MEXICO.
jjM. mccakfkey,
MASON & BRICKLAYER,
All kinds of Masonry, Brick-work and Plas-
leriiig none on snort notice.
LAS VEGAS,
NEW MEXICO.
JN
FURLONG,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
GALLERY, OVER
PÓSTOFFICE, Brldire Street. LAS VEGAS
JT W. HANSON,
Manufacturer of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Shoo in thi old li 7etti! ou.n
Street.
NEW HACK LINE
to
THE HOT 33EH.ITOS
x i i . puuiiu turn i uii e
established a new hack line to the Snvinirs.
Mtmenue enaitros and careful drivers. Order
left at THllliit's HvtM'v otohlii will K
attended to. WILL FERINO I on.
LAS VECAS
Assay Office,
OF
J ohn Robertson,F.S. A.
Assayer,
yVllNING NGINEeJxI
Offloe, FlAllroad -A.-X7-.
. XK.lX ,Vi,ci"ne manzanares'
EAST LAS VEOAS, NEW MEXICO.
Assays ot Ores mudu with accuracv um dis
patch. Prompt attention will m 'aU to or
ders sent Ironi the various miiimif csunps of the
IVrrltory.
Examining and Keportinn on Mines and
ASSAYS CONSIDERED CONFIDENTIAL.
Rev. W. H. -'Murphey'
Agent for New Mexico for
W. SIMMONS & SON
Kaliums
OAK HALL MANUFACTORY
Of all kinds made to order. Gentlemen wish
ing to ave Irom so to r0 per cent, from tinv
niuva nvDV UUOiUII Will fJlfUHC CH11. tl . VV
Murphey will man bato tha 1hhí
Dr. Jiftvlj'B buildlnir. Eaiit Laa Veirim.
Ali HOTEL Th
rn. 8. B. DA VIS, Ptop'M,
SA'TAFE, ... NEW MEXICO.
Tills most nohiilur rauiiit I'iiv ti'iivuura l.. tl. .
South. wi t hus. under tl e S iperv Isioii ol mií.
OMtdi. lklMn rttlit i.... ..I u...l 1 .. . 1 a ..
ti e iuatiirea that have mi signal, y coiitri)iiiti:d
win repiiiaiiini will n- liiallititli-i,
and everything doh to mid to the
gnets.
The Hotel table will h n .der the control n
cooks of the highest irrade, and nu uls wl'.i l.e
served In the heat tlyle.
F. BACA Y SANDOVAL
Wholesale and Retail Dealer la
CHOICH KE1TTTJCKY
WH
ISKIES
' "Sole Agent la New Mexico for 1
DICK BROTHERS'
CELEBRATED '
LAGER BEEE.
SOCORRO, N. M. LAS VKGA-, N. M.
ALRUOITEROUE, N. M.
M W E DTbSu M LEY &. CO,
Dealers Id
HAEDWAEE
Woodenware,
STOVES 1 TINWARE
AND
House Furnishing Goods
Rosen walU's Itlock, on Pla.,
LAS VEGAS;
NEW MEXICO.
J. W. LOVE,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
Las Vegas, New Mexico.
II AY,
GRAIN,
POTATOfcS,
APPLES,
HANDLED in CAR LOTS
Butter, EiiKS )'' 'Vmltry always on hand
U.isii paid on consignment.
EMPIRE SaW MILLS
-()
It. W. W00TTEN CO.
Send till Orders to
Leave orders witq; Lorenzo Lopez or at the
PLAS VECAS I
LAN INC MILL.
F. C. OGDEN, Proprietor.
Dressed Lumber for Sale. Liunher Surfaced to
uruer. All Styles of
Moulding, Sash, Doors & Blinds
Tiirninir of all Descriptions, Newell Posts,
Balustrades, Scroll-Sawing,
Contracting, Hviilciiixs
Work and Estimates from a distance will
receive prompt iitlention.
LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO.
Prices to Suit the Times.
J. C. BLAKE
Manufacturer and Dealer In
LAS VEGAS,
NEW MEXICO
Plaza,
Mlltli Md.-of
Carriage Trimnilinr Done to Ordur.
A. 0. BOBBINS
DEALER IN
FURNITURE
AND
QUE E N S WAR E
U -HKii íiKiNíi owiiKks l unvu .
l.V TTKNURD TO.
yenr the liritiyt, West Las Vegas.
J. B. ALLEN'S
Establishment,
Located on South Second St. , opposite the Santa
Ke Bakery, where he is prepared to do all
kinds of work promptly, and in a workman
like muiiner, at reasonable prices.
$100 Reward for Tom Dean.
Thd nliovp rpwAnl u111 Iwi ,ioll 1. .
County Stock Grower Association of Mora Co
New Mexico, for the arrest and delivery to the
proper authorities at Mora County Jail of
TOM Til. A V tilloa Hint I 'llii
(rom Amienta, Bed Hlver, N. M., for steal Ine
Cattle, ripftn w)in Inal: huinl
1 t . . "win wo at oou
;f the Narrow Guage Kail Koad camps at Hlo
Arnoa county, jNew Mexico.
A STANDING REWARD
Oí". $50 IS OK.
i Wli'WIi'll
ior the arrest and conviction ofonyTIIIEB'
who haa stolen Stock from any member of the
Mora County Stock Growers Association, and
100 REWARD
Wll' be paid for Information ivhlch will lead
to the conviction oí Bayers of Stolen Stock.
STOCK GROWERS ASSOCIATION,
Mora County, N. M
SADDLES
HARNESS
TAILORING
KEW TOEK HOUSE
'"RAILROAD A VENUE,' OPPOSITE THE DEPOT
LlS VEGAS, - - oSTEW lliXICO
EVERYTHING XEW AND FIRST-CLASR.
RATES BBASOKABLE
SBakery In connection.
Fresh Bread,
G-B AND VIEW HOTEL
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
BR. J". HI. SUTFIIT, PROPR
"The Best Aceommo(litions that can be Fouud in Hie Territory .3
KA-iiiS-Per day, 2.00;
TO AND FROM 2VLL TRAINS.
SUiMER 'HOUSE
. EAST LAS VEOAS NEW MEXICO
G-eo. Sumner Proper
ThUhonseis bran-newand has been elegantly iiirnished throughout. The Sumner Is a lira
class house In every respect, aud guests will be entertained in the beat possible manner and i.
reasonable rates.
NICHOLET HOUSE
A. L. McDONALD, Proprietor, . .
SOCORRO ZLsTIEW MEXICO
Flrat-class Accommodations for the Traveling Public. Bus to and from all Trains.
The Best Hotel in Southern New Mexico
f r
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SOUTH SIDE
SIO-ISroFEID ad
oonn,!rMSnnW'neS' LUmor8 8na Cigars constantly
B I LLY'S
Open Dav and Night. Lunch at all Hour
ÍTl3 Teliillhmif! tt ííll nml Vuw T,k..r ,.. n... n..,o.
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Eastern and Western Daily Papers.
AMUSEMENT.
SE3STA.TE S-A.L003ÑT
CHAS. TOPT, Propriotoi-.
CENTER STREET, EAST LAS EGAS
Open Day and KTiglx
Besfffisfiorilda
MENDENHALL, HUNTER & CO.,
lljiI'VESn.Y,
FEED AND SALE STABLk
East ivaxci XTtTost Xias Vegas.
Dealers iu IIoi-míh und M
Bigs for the Hot Springs and other Points of Interest. The FÍñi-m I , v .
Outlils in the Territupy.
LITTLE BUTTERCUP
ir. w. wi:i;i. ii h.
Keeps Choice "Wines,
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Town Lots for Sale in Bernalillo,
. ThA PlVPl fnmllv. nf Tturiinl 111. 1, ......
out a large tract of land in Unit beautiful town,
extending north on either side of tlio railroad.
These lots are very desirable for business and
residence property, and are right anions the
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gardens, orchards and vinevrds can be easily
u'lioincu. Ano Mii;itr iv in in; biiiu at retison-
able rates. Eur further Information rdhIv to
I. M. PEKKA,
Uerniilllio, N. M.
Lime for Sale.
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In any quantity desired. Address,
Z. S. LONOKUVAN,
2-22tf. Watrous. N. M.
Rolls, Buns, etc.. Constantly on Hand.
T. A. XETTEItm.llG, Proprietor.
per week, f 7.00 to f fl.OO
try m -w -x. ix -wv -T-
cs JSk. Ji , a JP i
AND
LUNCH room:
OF FLAZA,
BLUE HiAHvEIP
on band. Elegant pnrlors and Wine li. ,oins iu
C
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WILL 0. BURTON, Propriotor.
Liquors
AllAlUISII.
the Dining Hall.
IQO(
VALLEY SALDO
CHAS. ME LE NOV.
Frop'r.
! Ittl'llt Kill Of III
. I vvollld fi-Kjifct 111 1 1 - c::ll tin
ii;ijic 10 my cliHice liruinlH of
LIQUORS & CIGARS
Opposite the depot.
Elegantly Furnished.
Open dar and nielli. Club room in connuction.
a", j". KiiaiLJifsr,
Successor to IJlake & Kelly)
lauiifaetiirer mm Denier In
SADDLES & HARNESS
Carriage Trimming to Ordvr.
On Front Street,
N EV A LIS U) U EKQUE , N. M.
LAS VEGAS ICE -COMFY
Wholesale mid Jtetail Denier in
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LAS VFCAS, - NEW MEXICO

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