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DAILY GAZETTE
J. H. KOOCLER, Editor.
rtUEi OF SU3SC3IPTI0N
Dally, 1 year lf .
Iaily,i month
I'nilv. 1 month 1.
n.tivered Itv carrier ti any part of tin-city.
Weekly, 1 yeir f .
M .',-klv. ft mouths '
l or Advertising UsU apply to J . II. Kooglcr
Kili'or Proprietor.
Territorial JotlinifN.
The (Itiorctowti stamp mill ha re
cently turned out ten silver bricks,
worth $in,201.
Jc.uis Perca, of Hcrnal'illo on Thurs
day closed a bargain for the, purchase
of '-KKOOO sheen from Pliillippi Chaves,
of Hele. The sheep are now bein;
di'livered.
John Jackson, the rincipal in the
murder of "Buck'1 Fendalec in the
Sow Placers was arrested on the Arizo
na line where he was at work on the
construction train.
Dave Montgomery, formerly an Ad
ams express messenger and well known
in Las Vegas is now acting Marshal of
New Albuuerqii(3 in the place of Mar
shal Grant who is taking a two weeks'
vacation.
The. A. & P. It. K. boys gave a very
pleasant dancing party in the new
draughting oilice of the company at Al
buquerque on Friday night that passed
oil' very pleasantly and was in every
way a success.
It is estimated that there are one hun
dred thousand dollars Mexican money
in the hands of the Mexican population
of this county. It is hoarded away, the
owners seeming to value it more highly
than American coin. Albuquerque
.Jack, the son of Mariano, the big
chief of the Navajos, proposes to enter
a horse in one of the running races at
the Albuquerque fair. The Navajos
own a large number of horses anil there
will lie several of the best of them
(licked out to compete with American
thoroughbred stock.
"Slap Jack" Hill, who was arrested
and tried for robbing the stage near Las
Vegas, was roundly thrashed at Bacon
Springs on the A. & P. road a short
time ago. lie was swinging his six
shooter about recklessly and telling
what a bad man he was. when a little
fellow wi ll a deal of sand took away his
gun and thumped him into a limp con
dition. n Dr. Blacking w ho owns a ranch in the
mountains about fifty miles west of So
corro, says, that a band of Navajos vis
ited his ranch and informed him that
there ware two bands of hostile Indians,
one of which numbered about eighty
warriors in the Mogollón moun
tains. This band wasmadeup of twenty
of Viclorio's old band, the remainder
being renegade Clicyennes and Apach
es from Mexico.
On the third those interested in the
new mining district in the Sandia Mt.
in Bear Canyon organized a district and
II. B. Harries was chosen recorder.
The Albuquerque JouriKtl states that
the fee fur recording claims is $5 each
which looks like a piece of extortion
that cannot help the district any. It is
claimed that large assays of gold, silver
and copper ore have been secured.
(en. J. A. Williamson, Land Commis
sioner of the A. &V. i. It. is about to
place the lands of the company on the
market. The company owns evi i y odd
section on the line of the road. The
grant extends litty miles back from the
road on each side, except mineral
lands. The Surveyor (eneráis of Ari
zona and New Mexico, are laying off
the land in townships and 1-10 have
been laid oil' this side of the Colorado
river.
lion. K. S. Stover of Albuquerque
writes :i very sensible! letter on the re
cent Apache raid in the Territory and
says: "If the Governor will call for
10() picked men from each county, the
Indian war will be settled in thirty
days and in such a manner that it- will
not break out again soon. Jf the (Joy
ernor will not take prompt action, let
the people Vise in their might and exer
cise their God given right of self-defense
and send this tribe of Apaches to
their happy hunting-grounds. Prompt
ami decisive action should he
once."
taken at
WHITE OAKS AND VICISITV.
Much prospecting is being done.
A bank is needed. A banker with
$25, 01)0 would reap a rich harvest.
More capital was invested and more
capitalists bought interests in the dis
trict during the month of July than
ever before since the lir.st strike was
made.
The (lobhn Era reports the camp
never so prosperous before, and judging
by the industrial notes with which its
last issue is filled, the Oaks is coming
steadily to the front. "
The machinery for forcing water
from the Pattos Springs to the divide
near Ancho Gulch in the Jiearillamoun
tains, is now on the road. An abun
dance of water can be forced from the
springs, a distance of six or seven miles,
to these, rich placer mines in the Jicar
illas that will develop that district into
one of the richest sections in the
West.
I he Gulden Lra bemoans the fact
that since the cam) first commenced
growing there have been no accommo
dations for passengers to that point. It
promises this: "Let someone who has
the energy and enterprise about him
start a stage line, or if he thinks lit,
form a company to do so, and we can
assure him that his or their efforts to
benefit White Oaks as well as other
places will not be without remunera
tion. Great faith is shown in the mines in
the dicarrilbi Mis. Nearly all the bovs
are now out prospecting or rustling for
a grub stake. A Mexican and a miner
by profession, has some very fine rock
which he pans for gold. He is putting
up an a rastra and means business. "
It is reported that a valuable turquois
mine, that was evidently worked years
ago, has been discovered in the Nogal
district twenty-live miles southwest of
White Oaks. If is owned by Joseph
Joquel, Paul V. Wagner, Henry Pling
sten and others and is located' on the
divide between Nogal Canyon and the
Rio Bonito, about one mile cast of No
gal Peak. Good specimens have been
taken from it but little devclopement
has been made, because the owners
heretofore have not been able to work
it. Preparations are h 'ing made to
work it now.
GKANT COUNTY.
The Gila river is reported higher than
it has been known for several years.
The valleys in many places are covered
with water back to the foothills.
Another strike in Shingle Canyon,
near Georgetown. This time Alley &
Co. an; the boys, and they have hit a 12
inch iissure covered with horn sil
ver. The gulch miners about Pinos Altos
have been doing a thriving business
since the rains set in. Kockers and
sluices are running in every gulch, and
considerable gold is being taken out.
Then; are forty-eight men employed
at the Santa Rita copper mines. rfwo
hoisting works are being erected, and
the ground being cleared preparatory
to beginning the erection of the mill.
Machinery is constantly arriving.
Sheriff Whit rdiill arrested J. Gilmo,
Marshal of Silver City, at Eureka and
took him to the jail in Silver. He is
under indictment for the murder of
Walter M. Harvey, at the Southern Ho
tel, on the 18th ul't.
John S. Crouch has been appointed
Deputy U. S. Collector of Customs and
Inspector for Silver City in the place of
Dr. White. Dr. White will be trans
ferred to Tucson, Arizona. Mr. Crouch
is now sole proprietor of the Mining
Liiromcle.
Pinos Altos on the Rocky Mountain
portion, of the range, that is in Grant
county,' grows twenty acres of corn
without irrigation. One half of it is on
the Pacific Slope, the other half on
the Atlantic, and rain that falls on the
same Hows in the different directions
named.
Cwtiipy Mining; District (nina the
2(!,(I0( !'ri..
It is well known to miners, prospect
ors, and those interested in mining,
that Prof. Edison has offered $20,000 as
a prize to the first party who discovered
platina in paying quantities m tin
country. The metal is requited for
manufacturing burners for his system
of electric light. It has been reserved
for Messrs. Tiernan, May and Andreas,
lobe the discoverers of this valuable
metal on their claim the now justly
Bismarck Lode in the Cooney district,
ji.ogoiion mountains. I he metal is
found in conjunction with free gold in
about equal quantities, lying between
walls of porphyry and granite, the lode
i...: ..l..... 41.:.. i.,.. . u
Henil; louiiL mineen leei, nine, no h'.nui
as more development decides the ex
tent of the mine, Prof. Edison will bi
communicated with in relation thereto.
Silver City Chronicle.
Having just returned from the east
ern cities on a purchasing tour, am
through the facilities of plenty READY
CASH. 1 nave bought an immense
stock of ladies and childrens shoe
sandals and slippers for less than 50
cents on the dollar, and I offer those
goods at less, than regular prices, am
aelviso all in quest ot shoes, etc., to m
spect my stock anel prices uetorc pur
chasing elsewhere. IN. L. lvosentlial
Railroad Avenue, East Side.
Beautiful fans at Charles Ilfeld's.
j yt. DuGltAW,
DENTIST.
Oilice over Herbert's Drug1 store
relU.K.MURliY t ALLISON,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS
LAS VEGAS, N. M.
Will attend t" all contractu promptly In bo!h
city anil country , ana guarantee satisiaclioi
c
"I HAVES & IU.SSELL,
J . Franco Chaves, I). ('. Knsscll,
ATTORNEYS
AND CO' NSKLUiS AT LAW.
,. . j to. ---- xl'w Milico
MAUTSOLF,
CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER,
LAS VEGAS, SANTA FE, ALBUQUERQUE
AM) SAN MARCIAL.
H ET SHAVED AT THE
PARLOR BARBER SHOP.
1JATÜS ATTACHED.
CENT ICR STKEET, - EAST LAS VEGAS
ii
1C11AR!) DUNN,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
1Í7NCOX, .... NEW MEXICO
T .T. PETTWOIIN, M. 1).,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
LAS VEGAS AND HOT SPRINGS.
Chronic, Diseases and Diseases of Females
Specialty.
11.11 SI'lilNGS - - - 8 to 12 A. M
LA i-.tiAS u-ntvul Driu; Store, 2 to ti I'.
WA
ST LAS VEGAs,
LAND AGENCY
JOHN CAMPBELL,
in
L. S VEGAS,
W cache's
nil'lint;.
Nicy
M EX ICO.
A
LRKRT .v uki:i;ei:,
Pl'Ojil'ietot'K
BREWERY SALOON,
OPPPOS1TE
ADAMS EXPRESH OFFICE,
Last Las Ve;.'.
Fr n!i Leer always on livauuhl. Also
Cigars and hinkey. Lunch Counter 1;.
nection.
.' lae
eon-
EE & FORT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAV
(Onice at Residence)
EAST LAS VEGAS ....
X. ill.
Ii. MEUKEL, M.I).
OFFICE OVER HERBERTS NEW DRUG
STORE ON THE PLAZA,
Las Veíias,
New Mkxico.
jpiAST SIDE
WATER VAOON
Will deliver water promptly nt any place in the
Old Town. Apply to
O'lCEEFE & WALCH.
SALAZAR.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
LAS VEGAS, . . XEWMEX1CO.
"jyjc i .K a x rrot i a; rs ,
Alex McLean.' Robt. McLean. Jo. McLean.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
All kinds of mnBon work. Fine Plaslerlmt
o specialty. Contracts taken inmll '
parts of the Territory.
LAS VEGAS, - - . KW MEXICO.
ii. srcirwmi,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Oilice, lioom No. 7,
FII13T NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
M
US. KOUBINS SUMMKRFIKI.l). M. I.
OFFICE IN OPTIC IiLOCK.
East Las Vcffiw,
New Mexico.
ENERAL REPAIRING,
cx
CUIi a lan TIN J Kil l XI
ives special nutrition to crnnlmar Scissors,
mendim? Tinware1, repairing Parasols, I'm-
ln-ellus, t j. Ho will ko alter work mm deliver
it. Apply at the
NOTIIWEST CORNER OF THE PLAZA.
G
F.NE1LL,
ATTORNEY
AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
ud District Attorney for the Twentieth Ju
dicial District of Texas. All kinds of business
attended to promptly.
ónice: H.L, pasu, tisa.as.
PATTY,
Manufacturer of
TIN, COPPER
AND SHEKT-IRON WARES
and dealer in all kinds of
COOKING ANG PARLOR STOVES
BRIDGE STREET, - - - LAS VEGAS
A
Ii. MOREIIKAD,
BARBER AND HAIRDRESSER,
Shop In Miguel, Romero I!,:ililing,
North Side of the I'lnz
McGUIRID,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All Kinds of Stone Work a Specially.
-AS VEGAS, - - - NEW MEXICO
J P.El DLINGER;
Proprietor of the
MINERS' BARBER SHOP,
HOT A XI") COLD BATHS
Next door to Wright's Keno Parlor.
M. FITZ-MAÜRICE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
StfA'Kn City, - - New Mkxico
Husillo:
:s of every kind attended to in Grant
County.
FURLONG,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
AI.Í.EÜV, o KU
:T0FF:CK, ISH.Lre.S.ieet. . s V
i'O'
'GA
T
v.'Aitn,
CONTRACTOR AND 3UILDEI
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
E
J1RAXK OGDEN,
Denier in
COFFINS, CASKETS,
And Undertaking Goods oí ail Kinds Kepr.
Constantly on Hand.
LAS VEGAS, - - - NEW MEXICO.
All Orders Promptly Filled.
jgOSTWICK & WHITE LAW,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office in First Nat'l I5auk Building,
LAS VEGAS. - - NEW MEXICO.
E
7l). MeCAFFUET,
MASON & BRICKLAYER,
All kinds of Maonry, Brick-work and Plas
tering none on Miort notice.
LAS VEGAS, -
NEW MEXICO.
J W. HANSON,
Manufacturer of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Shop in tho old Gazette oilice, South Second
Street.
MARWEDE, BRULEY & CO.
Dealers in
HAEDWAEE
Weodenware,
STOVES í TINWARE
AND
ousaFurnishiné Goods
Miu wede's Block, Bridge Street.
LAS VEGAS;
NEW MEXICO.
TpXOHANGTp-
. A 'J IIOTEI, J J
."r. S. ii.
SANTA FE, -
DAVIS, Prop's,
- NEW MEXICO.
Tnis most nonular re'.it for travo Vera in tlic
ouin- est luis, under the Supervision of Mrs.
Davis, hcen rejm enao .d and iniirovid. All
tl-e leatur"s tliai have .-o sííítkiüv contriluitcd
to n.s extensivo reiuiaiion vll m maintained,
ami ever., th in.s; done to add to tliii comfort of
trues s.
flu Hotel talile ni . under the control ol
cooks or the highest prailu, and meals will lie
serven in tue iksi stylo.
LAS VECAS
Assay Office,
OIF1
John Robertson,F.S.A.
Assayer,
yVLlNING
EngineeR
cjnico, 3Fi.mil i -oncl Ave.
vjpposito Urowwe & Jw anzanaren'
EAST LAS VKÜA3, NEW MEXICO.
Assays of Ores made with accuracy mid dis
patch. Prompt attention will be paid to or
der sent from the various mlmnir camps of the
Territory. !
Exaniininj? and Ueportm? on Mines and i
Mining Claims a Specialty,
ASSAYS CONS1DEKKD CONFIDENTIAL.
FirstNationalBank
OF LAS VEGAS.
(Successors to Raynolds Brothers.)
Authorized Capital, - - $500,000
Paid In Capital, - - - 50,000
Surplus Fund, - - - - 15,000
r,OES A GENERAL RANKING BUSINESS.
MINERAL EM STAGE LIKE,
NEW, COMPLETE, QUICK.
Runs to Minora! City, Mondays, "Wednesdays.
and Fridays. Returns alternate days. Plenty
of time at either city for prospecting or busi
ness.
Fare, 2.00 each way; Round trip, $3.i-'
T. O. 31X111 32 OfcJ
Rey. W. H- ftflurphey
Agent for New Mexico for
G. W. SIMM01TS
Famous
L im
Gents' Clotliing
Of all kinds made to order. Gentlemen wish-
inc to save from ill) to W) per cent, lrom any
prices west of Boston will please call. J..yv
JMurpnev win manase tho ousincss. uuice in
Or. Jlayly's liuildiiiir, East Las Vegas.
J. "W. IjOVIE,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
Las Veeas, New Mexico.
HAY.
(IltAIN,
I'OTATOLS,
APPLES,
IIANOLEO in CAR LOTS
Butter, Eses an 1 rmiUrv always on hand
CjsIi iail on consignments.
?A IP a n ?
El
RS SAW MILLS
R. W. WOOTTEX s-
Send all Orders to
Leave orders witu Lorenzo
Lopez or fit the
Mill.
LAS VECAS
CT LANHNG
F. C.
OGDEN, Proprietor.
Dressed Lumber for Sale. Lumber Surfaced to
Order. A!l Styles of
Moulding, Sash, Doors & Blinds.
Turning of all Decii)tloi!3, Newell Posts,
Balustrades, :Miroll-.Sawing,
Work and Estimates from a distance will
receive prompt attention.
LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO.
Prices to Suit the Times.
t rs
Manufacturer and Dealer In
N A j J iPiiNí " A l
LAS VEGAS,
NEW MEXICO.
South
Ide of Plaza,
CarrlajrB Trimming Uon to Order.
A. 0. EOBBI
DEALER IN
FURNITURE
A NI)
ENSWA
ire
(J n ; ' i' i. A K I NO OIJDEliS 'JSOiv. Í
hY iTTIiNDKD TO.
j i n v tp . v -ww
jsntujc, ivesr han Vegas.
J. B. ALLEisT?S
Establishment,
;
located on South Second St. , oipuite the San t,a
e Bakery, whero ho is Drenariiil to do nil
kinds of work promptly, and In a workman
like manner, at reasonable prices.
$100 newnril for ToiaUean.
Tlic above reward will bo paid liy the llora.
County Stock Growers Association of Mora Co.
New Mexico, for tho arrest ami delivery to the
nuiiioriiies at junra JonmtV' .all ot
TOM DEAN alias TOM CUiVLMINGS.
lrom Amienta, Hod River, N. M., for stealinjc
cnttlo. Dean when last heard frori was at one
oi tue isarrow OiiaRo itall Hoad ca mps at Kio
Arriua county, Acw Mexico.
A STANDING KEWAUD O!' IS OE-
m:iíi;d
v or the arrest and conviction of nny THIEF
y. no nas stolen htock lrom nn member of tin
.i.ora county Stock Growora Association, and.
$100 IIIiWARD
Will bo paid for Information which will load
o mm conviction ot Iliivi jrs of Stolen Stock,
STOCK GKOVV EltS ASSOCIATION.
Oil
OACIOR
( ASS AHI
AILUH No
NEW YORK HOUSE
RAILROAD AVENUE, OPPOSITE THE DEPOT
LAS VEGAS, - -
EVERYTHING NEW
jE-A-TIES reasonable
SQlLikcry in connection. Fresh Bread, Rolls, Buns, etc., Constantly on Hand.
T. A. NETTERBERG, Proprietor.
G-K AND VIEW HOTEL
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
IDIR,. J". ZEE.
S"'f!ie Jest Accommodations that
RATES Per day, $2.00; per week, $7.00 to $9.00
PHBB BUS
TO XlSTD FROM ALL TRAINS.
EAST LAS VEGAS NEW MEXICO
Geo. Sumner , Prop'r
This house is hran-new and has been elegaiitly lurnished throughout. The Sumner is a lira
class house In every respect, and guests will be entertained in the best possible manner and u
reasonable rates.
NIC PIOLET HOUSE
A. L. filcDONALD, Proprietor,
SOCORRO 1TBW MEXICO
First-class Accommodations for the Traveling Public, litis to and from all Trains.
The Best Hotel in
SOUTH SlIiK
SZCrlNTopTIEID and
Finest Wines
Lhjuors and Ciurs constantly
cornice. Ion.
en y&v
XT ' 'le
d light.
an
phoii.i to Old and Xew
Eastern iiik! Western Daily Papers. WILL C. BURTON, Proprlotor.
AMUSEME3STT.
srsrp-E
CXX-SE!. TOPT, I'ropriotor.
CENTER STREET, EAST LAS VEGAS.
Private Club Room in connection. All
Best brands of Liquors and Cigars constantly on
ENDENHALL,
Dealers in lIoi'so ;ijjl Mulos, uiio Fino liajrirics tu ImTifttr'.- i-r .t'
Kiars for the JTol .SliriiiL'r-and other ToiiiH of Interest. The Finest I .ivor
Ou'tlils in
EXCHANGE SALOON
PUTNAM & WOrp, Proprietors.
The Best Liquors, Wines and Cigars in Town
-1 IT T- T -T- A T- T-N m A "TTT? T" TTiCt
Good CSyb Rooms, and Lunch at all Hours
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Town Lots for Sale o Bernalillo.
The Perca family, of Bernalillo, have la'd.
out a lartfu tract of land in that beautiful town,
extending north on eilher side of tho railroad.
These lots are very desirable for business ami
residence propertv., and arc right nmniij the
vineyards and fruit-growing lands. Lands for
gardens, orchards and vineyards can be easily
obtained. Tho property will be sold at reason
able rates. For timber information apply to
J. M. PEKKA,
Bernalillo, N. JI.
' o ,4 rt cs t-i
Lime for Sale.
In any quantity desired. Address,
.. S. LO.VtlK.UVAN',
2-22tf. Watrous, N. M.
NEW MEXICO
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AND FIRST-CLASS.
IPIROIF'IR,
can be Found in the Territory
Southern Wew Mexico
AND
LUNCH EOO M
OF PLAZA,'
BLUE jL-ILvEIF
on liand. Elegant jiarlors and AVlno Rooms in
Linch at ali Hours.
Town and Ihe Hot Sirlnss.C8
SALOON
kinds of Legitimate Games always In fu'lbhst
hand.
HUNTER & CO.,
AND SALE STABIA
the Territory.
J. 1) WOLF.
VALLEY SALOOS
CUAS. MKLENDV, Prop'r.
I would resjipctfullv cull (lie attention of the
imldic. to my choice brands of
UORS k CIGARS !
Oppohilc tlie depot.
Elegantly Furnished.
open day and ni'ht. Club room In connuctlon.
J". J". KELLY,
(Successor to Blake & Kelly)
"ilaiinl'acturor nmi Denier In
SADDLES & HARNESS
Cnrriogn Trimming to Ordei'.
On Front Street.
NEW A LIHKJL'EIIQUE,
N. M.
LAS VEGAS ICE COMFY
Wholesale and Iietail Dealer In
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Morn, County, N. M
LAS VF.CAS, - NEW MEXIC

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