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DAILY GAZETTE J. H. KOOCLER, Editor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION Pally, I year 10 00 Daily,: month , ano Pally. I month loo bitllVHrMil hv currier Ij. nv ntrt if tha ltv tt'iekly, I year s no. Weekly, months 1 7,1. for AdvrrtiaiofC Rates apply to J. II. Knoler r.uuoranu rropneior. Mending l tie Old FUjr. BY WILL CAI1I.ETOS. In the silent gloom of a turret room. With coliwclw 'round it creeping, ' From day to ltiy the old ttuf lay A veteran wuru anl Keeping. DiiiKily old, each wrinkled fold lly the diwt of years was Hhiided; Wound of the storm were upon it form; The orim-ioii nt ripen were faded. Twux n mournful nirht in the diiy-twilljrht This thlnr of humble deeming. Thut onee ho proud o'er a eheorlnir crowd, Hud carried it colore glrumiiiK; SlHlued with mould were the braid of (fold, That had flashed in the sun-raya kisinn'. Of faded hue wus it Held of blue, Ami Mine of the stars wore iniing. Three Northern muid and three from (iludes Wheredreums Ihe southland weather, With glances kind and their arms entwined, Cuino up the stairs together; They gazed awhile with a thoughtful smile At the crouching form before them ; With clinging folds they grasped its folds. And out of darkness bore them. They boiih-d it sears, they found its stars, And brought them all together (Three Northern maids and three from glades Where smiles the southland weuther); They mended away through the summer day, Made glad by an inspiration To fling it high ut the smiling sky On the birthday of our nation. In the brilliant glaro of the summer air, With il brisk breeze 'round it creeping, Newly bright through the glistening light, Ihe Hag went grandly sweeping; (ileaining and bold were it braid of gold, Anil flashed in the sun-ray's kissing; Hed, white and blue were of deepest, hue, Ami nom of the star wers missing. --Harper's Weekly. White UnliN, The shaft of the Little Homestake is aown ntty-live teet. At the snrtace the vein was rich: down to fifty feet it hat been nearly barren twenty feet. There the "pay began to come in again; some speck gold is now visible and the mine looks very promising. This vein is vertical, unlike most of those in Bax ter mountain. J he majority dip very mioiigiy. The Baxter leads have been well traced during two weeks past up to the Hanks of Canzo southwest. In one free gold appears very near the surface. All .r,.l,l I 11.:.: 1 I ...ill ju iutijumuuMim IUCK nil 11 Will War rant development. There have been several strikes on the southerly slope ot Lone Mountain, Brothers and Wilson, Brent and Kob értson, and Captain Kempton have lound in their body of claims quartz hunts very similar to the Little Mack and yielding fair assays for surface. The north tunnel of the Homestake ÍS in two imniiroil foot llnvtu able to report that they are in the great nan. Ihe past week has been very dull; few strangers in town. It being court week in Lincoln half the town has been mere. 1 ho murderer of Mr. Abeal was sent to Lincoln last night. It speaks well tor the law-abiding character of the people that he was left to the law. White-man' is adding a building 35x10 feet to his already largo store." That his business demands it, tells how busi- i .i ness iiounsnes in mo new town. Colonel Blake has returned from To peka. Socorro Miner. Whnt Trouble .11 r. Blniae. ihe main trouble on Mr. Blaine's mind, however, just at this moment is Secretarv Windom. Whiltt Hi tary of State and the Postmaster-Gene- mi nave ueen posturing at the White House, Mr. Windom has been steadily ut wo, on ins own hook, ana it is ru moretl here that he has manawd tn make one or two "seven-league" strides toward the succession. Mr. Windom would be in a very good position to otter umisuii as a compromise to t he Mai wart niL-uuu in toa, ior ne has taken good care to let them know.during the recent light in New York, that his sympathies rvauy wim iur. uoiiKling and his menus, it is notorious that he is ready to do all in his power to prevent the New York custom House from be ing used as a political engine against me auuw&ris, aim oeiore the Presi dent received his wound, Secretary Windom gave out semi-ollicially that no discrimination would be miule against Mr. Conkling's friends and sup porters. Mr. Windom' s financial pol icy, deservedly or undeservedly, has won popularity for him, and it is a pop ularity that is likely to last him until the close of the present Presidential term. New York Hour- The llUhop'tt arden. If any one wants to see what sort of a fruit-growing country this is, let him go to the Bishop's Garden about this time. We venture to say he will be as tonished. As a rule, the native popu lation does not take the trouble to raise good fruit, and the American clement does not find the time. It does not come here for that purpose. But the Bishop has paid attention to this branch of horticulture and the returns are enormous. If a little care were given to tnmness and order in the grounds, and some time devoted to flowers as well as fruit, the garden would then be a second Eden. The lake is rather slimy, but the fish with which it is crowded are healthy and activo. The fountain in the placita of the Bishop's residence is well worth seeing, and the Bishop himself seems to delight in showing visitors the objects most worthy of attention, and chatting with them on social topics generally. Santa ie, Democrat. A. Pretty Romance. A past ovont of romantic ami tragic interest s recalled by the death of Spotted I ail. Shortly after the war n battalion of the second dragoons was ordered to Fort Laramie, and there Lieutenant Brockhurst Livingston, of the well-known New York family, saw ami loved the favorite daughter of the olil Sioux chief, and found his reciprocated. The young officer took her to his house and she bore him a son, but Livingston's health failed and he was ordered to Europe, whera he died. The Sioux girl died of a broken heart in 1860, after learning of his death, and was carried to Fort Laramie by her father and there buried. Her grave is still annually decorated with flowers by the soldiers. The mother of the young officer has sought to find and educate his son, but the Sioux, either because t hey have lost sight of him or because they wish to keep him, give no trace of his whereabouts. My stock in huose f urnishing goods i?t iiuw cuiiipieie itnu ouureu m usion .1 l i- ísiiingiy iow prices. N. L. Rosenthal. Railroad avenue, East Side .Tout, rpnei.'ml anil riirr ncofnl tnv these chilly nights, a complete assort ment oi blankets ana coverlets very ciieap at s. Ij. hosknthal, Railroad avenue, East Side For all kinds of California produce, such as new potatoes, oranges, apricots, ilium nnnlpa nnil nonnhpii Kitrwl tn V. Germain & Co., El raso, Texas. 7-24-lm Liitent Style. French breakfast caps in all shades at "II 1 Tlíl . ' -v -rt . inanes mem s. b-iu-ii W iToíao liaa lif triut tita ominiiT fnv NfiW Mp'inn frr tlw anlo nf tlio Kvepl- sior beer. He keeps in stock all kinds of whiskies, which will be sold by the barrel or ear load and has an immense stock of all brands of domestic and im ported cigars. 7-SU-tI E. (Jerniiiin & Co.. FA Paso. T-fts. are sole agents for California State Dairy Cheese. 7-24-1 Milk punch at Billy's. 3-7ti Twenty Per Cent. Ilwftminr trimi the niiirtdt nrion rm Qneensware, Glassware, Hardware and' "KTa! - - . . 1 . C mmons ai i ne store oi C. E. WESCHE, Las Vegas, JS. M. Also the bargains ot the season in Staple and Fancy Groceries. 1 do just as I advertise. C. E. Weschk. All summer drinks at Billy's. r"-7tf Base Ball. Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 2!).- Buffalo 0, Cleveland 3. Fresh butter milk from the churn. brought in every morning from the ranch, at Billy's. 5-31tf TJ'XCHANGTn JLii HOTEL I J "rt. S. B. TA FE, - l WIN, Prop', - - NEW MEXICO. SA This most popular resort lor travelers In the South-west has. under the Supervision of Alls. Davis, been rejn enuied nnd improved. All t: e leuturt'8 thai have ho signal iv contributed tn iu extensive reiniintion will he maintained, and everything done to add to thtf comfort of pues a. 'I he Hotel table w ill b nnder the control o( cooks of the highest grade, and meal will be i .. ..... i.. . ... i Bi npii ill inti IK-NI M-Vlc. j-yt. deohaw, DENTIST. Olliee over Herbert's Drug Store. i) OCTOlt MERKEL'S NEW MEDICAL OFFICES. The Jinest in the Territory. Over Herbert's ;hnrimiey:We8t Lns Vegas, Fitzgerrell's olliee I VI St Í.US Vomis. OHlee Iioiii-k V.imt Will., u a ill. to 1 1). in. OHier honra. Wnat 1.1. . mwl Springs, 2 to 9 p. in. The Doctor euh bo suin innned 1'rom either üiilc nr tn tho Smhuro )n telephone. H. PAGE, M. D. RESIDENT PHYSICIAN, Las Vegas Hot Springs Co. Graduate of Har vard University; member of the Suffolk Dris triet Medical Society; of the Mass. Medical Society and of the American Medical Associa- I " 'II. A iH'lli'tipillU" TlVlVttií'iíin niiíl Biinrnnn it Tuii. for thO DilMt tWGIltV-Ofirht VPRrR With t.h (tvnnit. the advancement of professional knowledge, and nearly the same time in the army during LATE DISPENSARY PHYSICIAN, Surgeon 111 thf M ItUetWtVllIUnttu flonai.nl U.nnttnl . ,...1.. physician to Nlckersou's Homo for Children .no rani mi iuj-iicii j-unm, xneuiiy l'nj'81 cian of lloston, etc., etc. AlUfl IIIDIIlluil' thu iiljin rf A T..l ' . . ..... . " ' v . , i l ana ui xiir.il- tute of Technology; of the Massachusetts His- ,...i!..r. '.... 1 Í...I t. ....i.. .. . mi u;u-T,;in-iininium cMiciery, etc, etc. . T.lltnlT. K l.fmaifi.i Sliiiii... n.wl fMi... -...-!.. , y ............ uuiRwrii f.l.vi Xli;illl-lliy selected by the Commissioner to miss umn tho more difficult cases occuirlug in Englund. Often employed as an expert in important cases by indivldnals; Life Ins. Co.'s; Railroad Co.'s; the City, the Commonwealth nnd the United States. Olliee No. ':! Riith TTonun T.ua V Springs, N. M. J. P. THEOBALD, BOOT AND SHOE Maker. Repairing promptly and neatly done. (Vil. Steil.' tVPIIlir rtll...i li..m.l ... ......... j ......i V.IHUU niiiut , ih'ai unor in urewery saloon. JTLINN & MOREIIEAD, Proprietors of the CITIZENS BARBER SHOP, Opposite Adams Express Office, EAST LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO. Q HAVES A BUSS ELL, I . Y raneo Chave, D. C. Russell, ATTORNEYS AND CO. .SSEIA.RS AT LAW. j K .... NEW MEXICO MARTSOLF, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, LAS VEGAS, SANTA FE, ALBUOUEROUE AND SAN MARCIAL. jy SALA ZAR. ATTORNEY AT LAW, LAS VEGAS. . . . NEWMEXICO. JiCIIARD DUNX. NOTARY PUBLIC : RINCON. - - . . NEW MEXICO. LliERT A IIERBER, Proprietors BREWERY SALOON, OPPPOSITE ADAMS EXPRESS OFFICE, East Las Vegss.. Fr sliBeer always on Draught. Also Fine Cl(tr and Whiskey. Lunch Counter In connection. -pi h. sKiPwrm, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Ofllce, Room No. 7, FIKST NATIONAL DANK BUILDING. M BS. ROBBIX9 SUMMERFIF.LD. M. P., OFFICE IN OPTIC BLOCK. East Las Vegas, - Now Mexico. QENERAL REPAIRING, CON ST ANTINI RATTI (Jives special attention to grinding Scissors, mending Tinware, repairing Parasols, I'm- ir. iil .. . , i rviina, ic no win gv ainT woriv mm nenver it. Appiy hi me NOTHWEST CORNEIt OF THE PLAZA. Q F. NEILL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, And District Attorney for the Twentieth .Tn dieial District of Texas. , All kinds of business anémica to prompttv. . Olliee: EL PASO, TEXAS S PATTY, Manufacturer of . TIN, COPPER AND SIIEKT-IRON WARES aud dealer In all kinds nf COOKING A NO PARI.OIt bTOVES BRIDGE STREET. - - - LAS VEGAS Jy C. McGITIKK, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. All Kinds of stone Work a Specially. LAS VEGAS. - . . NKW MEXICO J REIDLINGEIt; Proprietor of the MINERS' BARBER SHOP, HOT AND COLD BATHS Next deor to Wright's Keno Parlor. yyM. M. FITZ-MAÜRICE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Sii.veii City, - - New Mexico RllSillCHS ftf mWV lrinil flttl.mlnil in n.i..i,.f County. J N FURLONG, , PHOTOGRAPHER, GALLERY, OVER POSTOFFICK, Bridie Street. LAS VEGAS. w G. WARD, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, T.AS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. FRANK OGDEN, Dealer in COFFINS, CASKETS, And Undertaking Goods ol all Kinds Kept Constantly on Hand. LAS VEGAS, - - . NEW MEXICO. All Orders Promptly Filled. M 'cK LEMUR It Y & ALLISON, CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS, ljB LUAS, JN. Al. Will attend tn nil nmitva. ,...r....l.. I.. 1....U cltysilil country, and guarantee satisfaction. jgiAST SIDE WATER WAGON Will deliver water promptly at any place in the mu um n. Appiy to O'KLEFE A WALCII. jgOSTWICK A WHITEfW. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office tn First Nat'I Bank BuiltUij5, LAS VEGAS. - . NEW MEXICO. J W. HANSON, Manufacturer of BOOTS AND SHOES. Shon in the nld il r .uii wiiiiu, OVltU Ct'UllIU Street. w EST LAS VEGA8, LAND AGENCY JOHN CAMPBELL, in Wesclie's linlMluu- LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. PETTIJOHN, M. D.. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, LAS VEGAS AND HOT SPRINGS. Chronic Diseases and Diseases of Vniiuim fii.J..lal,Y nor sPKivas . . ' ... i.i . LA VKUAS CeBtral Drag Stor, 2 to I'. M '. J EE & FORT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW (Office at Residence) EAST LAS VEGAS - - . v jr. B. MERKEL.M.D. OFFICE OVER HERBERT'S NEW DltUCr STORE ON THE PLAZA, Las Veo-as, New Mexico. QKT SHAVED AT THE PARLOR BARBER SHOP. BATHS ATTACHED. CENTER STREET, - EAST LAS VEGAS "jycLEAN BROTHERS, Alex , McLean. Robt. McLean. .Jos. McLean. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS All kind of masou work. Fine Plastering a specialty. Contracts taken in all parts of the Territory. LAS VEGAS, - . - NEW MEXICO. LAS VEGAS Assay Office, " OF John Robertson.F.S.A. Assayer, FINING pNGINEE. Opposite Browne & Manzanares' EAST LAS VEOAS, NEW MEXICO. AlSaVS of Oni minia with .11.. . , v. i mill IIIO- patch. Prompt attention Mill be uald to or ders sent from the various mining camps of the Territory. Examining and Weportinp; on Mines and ASSAYS CONSIDERED CONFIDENTIAL. FirstNationalBanlr OF LAS VEGAS. (Successors to Raynolds Brothers.) AnthorizedCapit.il, - - $500,000 Paid In Capital, - - 50,000 'Surplus, Fund, .... 15,000 DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. MINERAL CITI STAGE LI, NEW, COMPLETE, QUICK. Runs to Mineral City, Mondays, Wednesdays, nnd Fridays. Returns alternate days. Plenty of time nt either city for prospecting or busi ness. Fare, $2.00 each way; Round trip, $3.50 J. O. TTin tie Oo. Rev. W. H. KYIurphey Agent for New Mexico for G. W. SIMMONS & SON ( Famous OAK HALL MANUFACTORY -OF- Gents' Clothing Of all kinds made to order. Gentlemen wish ing to save from 20 to 50 per cent, from any prices west of Boston will please call. J.. W MurpheywiU manage the business. Oflice in Dr. Bayly's building, East Las Vegas. J. W. LOVE, COMMISSION MERCHANT Las Vegas, New Mexico. HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES, APPLES, HAN OLED in CAR LOTS. Butter, Eggs am' Poultry always on hand Cash (mid on consignments. EMPIRE SAW ILLS -OF- R. W. WOO T TEN CO. Send all Orders to Leave orders witq Lorenzo Lopez or nt the Mill. PLAS VECAS n LAMING MIL LL F. C. OGDEN, Proprietor. Dressed Lumber for Sale. Lumber Surfaced to Order. All Styles of Moulding, Sash, Doors & Blinds, Turning of all Descriptions, Newell Posts, Balustrades, tscroll-Sawing, Coutraotiug, IDviilclirxg 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 SADDLES 8 HARNESS LAS VEGAS, - - NKW MKXUO. Smith Side of Plaza, Carriage Trimming Done tn Order. A. 0. ROBBINS DEALER IN FURNITURE AND QUE ENS WARE U V lK .Il A KING ORUKKS PliOMP'I LY 4TTKNDED TO. Near the Bridge, West Las Vegas. J. B. .ALLEN'S TAILORING Establishment, Located on South Second St. , opposite the Santa Fe Hakery, where he is prepared to do all kinds of work promptly, and in a workman . like manner, at reasonable prices. $100 Kewnral rr Toiiienn. Tina above reward will be paid by the Mora County stock Growers Association of Mora Co. New Mexico, lor the arreat and delivery to tho proper authorities at Mora Countv Jail of TOM DEAN sitas TOM CUALMINGS, from Amienta, Red River, N. M., for stealing cattle. Dean when last heard from was at one of the Narrow Guage Rail Road camps at Rio Arriba county, New Mexico. A STANDING REWARD OF $50 IS OF FERED. I or the arreat and conviction of any THIEF who has stolen Stock from any member of the Mora County Stock Growers Association, and 100 REWARD Wil'ba paid for Information which will lead to the conviction of Iluyers of Stolen Stock, STOCK GROVVKRS ASSOCIATION, . Mora County, N . M. "' 11 ' ' - 1 1 1 t Jl - G-EAKD VIEW HQJTEL 1 LAS VEOAS, NEW MEXICO. DB. T. EC. SUTFUN, PBOP'R l"The Best Accommodations that can be Fonnd in the Territory RATES Per day, $3.00; per week, $7.00 to.t9.00 TO AND FROM EAST LAS VEGAS This house is bran-new and has been elegantly furnished throughout. The Sumner is a 11 r class house In every respect, and guests will be reasonable rates. NIOH OLET HOUSE A. L McDONALD, Proprietor, SOCORRO ITBW MEXICO First-class Accommodations for the Traveling Public. Bus to and from all Trains. . The Beet Hotel in Southern New Mexico "BILLY'S" SOUTH SIDE OF PLAZA, SIGHSTofIRIEID and BLUB ILiAIMIIP Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars constantly on hand. Elegant parlors and Wine Rooms In connecilon. 1 Open Day and Night. Lunch at all Hours. !Cj" Telephone to Old and New Town aud the Hot Springs. -3 Eastern and Western Dally Papers. WILL C. BUKTON, Proprietor. AMUSEMENT. shstte CENTER STREET. Private Clnb Room in connection. All Best brands of Liquors and Cigars constantly MENDENHALL, FEED AND SALE STABLL X2a.st and Wost lias Vogae. Dealers iu Horses aud Mules, alio Fluo Butrffiep anil Carnauc lor Su!" Kigs for thi Hot Springs aud other Points ot Iuterest. The Finest Livt i) OutlitH in tho Territory. EXCHANGE SALOON JAMES D.WOrF, Proprietors. The Best Liquors, Wines and Cigars in Town BILXiIA-ID TABLES Good Club Rooms, and Lunch at all Hours xti ti cr. o TI h 3 ü r C í O g J"' - 2 S o z w c h a M Jr. to g s a .& 5 - is - J . a. flow a.- S 60 J" ra oo o . 5s. O u 1-1 a 5 O E p5 B 8 E Sf 5 rt o t; c w m ofj1- o 2 pq o . dq S g a T T rt C oí" ? -o a .a s is 2 Town Lots for Sale in Bernalillo, The Purea family, of Bernalillo, have luitl out a large tract of land in that beautiful town, extending north on either side of the railroad. These lots are very desirable for business and residence prupertT, aud are right among the vineyarda nnd frnil-rowliig lands. Lands for gardens, orchards auid vineyards can be easily obtained. The property will be sold at reason able ratos. For ftoriiier information i)ly to J. M. VEilKA, Uernallllo, N. M. Lime for Sale. In any quantity desired. Address, Z. S. Lonoeuvax, 2-22tf. Watrous, N. M. 1 I S m s 2Í e E m Ait - - wj m ' m. i-ai If) iUtl M . Í2 I I SlfcT . nTr: 2 w a t; s a c 1 s is r - r. ? b S i L Oee . m i H FAMILY VEGETABLES I ONLY THE MOST Improved Varieties ! CUCUMBERS, Fresh for Table Uo or for Pickles, wholesale und retail. Get Your Veaetaliles Nice and Fresh OF 0"oHn Miller AT WKGNER'S PItACE. ALL TRAINS. NEW MEXICO entertained in the best possible manner and SALOOM -AND- LUNCH ROOM SALOoisr TOFT, IIPx-ojDrlotor. EAST LAS VEGAS. kinds of Legitimate Games always in fullblist on hand. HUNTER & CO., i .1. D WOLF. VALLEY SALOON I CHAS. BIKLENDY, Prop'r. 1 would respectfully cull the uttention of I lit' public to my choice bi'iiniU of LIQUORS I CIGARS ! Opposite the depot. Elegantly Furnished. Open day and night. Club room in connection. J". J". KELLY, ('.Successor to Blake & Kehy) - MHtiufnctnrnr niirt Oeuler in SADDLES & HARNESS Carriage Trunin iiitj to Order. On Front Street, NKW ALKUQUKRQUE, X. M. LAS VEGAS ICE COMFY Wholesale and Retail Dealer in VFCAS, - NEW NIEXI A. P. BARRIER, HOUSE, SXGrlSr AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER. Frescoing,. Graining, Glazing, MARBLING, CALSOMININO, ETC. ISHOP EAST OF THE COURT HOUSE. LA9 VEGAS. LA8 V ..r. h s v i , \n\n -- 1 - . . 't-J".