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St MORE COMPLETE NOW THAN EVER t
A Visit to vi y Ljctrnsice Mock of
Everything will convince Hie closest
buyer oj the advantages that I am
able to offer.
The Public are cordially invited
tn call and nee my utock.
Native Wines" and Imported Liquors. Stoves,
DAILY GAZETTE
TUESDAY, DECEMBER C, 18sl. j
rnth.
There N a shadow standing by tho cradle,
Where sloepeth softly a beloved child;
It waiteth anxiously lit tile gttyest frnsting,
And mock onr Iiiutrliter with its laughter
wild;
And with Its touch tho present is defiled.
It Jeers our faint attempt. to lie forgetful.
Slanting its flushless body nt the dunce,
Joins all our pleasures, (-hading them with
promise
That soon its claims it will in truth advance,
Wcdaro It for awhile! then pray in anguish
Thut it will haste to throw Its poisonous
lanee.
And yet it doth defer its blow. Ah ! surely
Those have the best thut follow It the first,
So shall tlify never see their dearest perish.
Going one's self is surely not the worst;
'Tis those who live beyond their best and
dearest
Who really feel that death's a thing accursed.
Vapllnl uneJ Labor.
'Capital is fossil labor;'1 that seems
to me an admirable formula, except for
one reason, namely, that it embodies a
falsehood. I want to get a formula as
neat and as pregnant as that, and
which shall at the same time embody
tho truth. I have tried many, but I am
not quite satisfied with any. Here are
several of them: "Capital is fossil am
bition;11 "Capital is fossil skill;'1 "Cap
ital is fossil cupidity;'' "Capital is fos
sil is genius." Then again 1 have been
obliged to add to these "Capital is fos
sil luck.11 All these phrases are mere
suggestions. I am not satislied with
any of them. But the fundamental
fact I have tried to express is the same
in all of them, and is perfectly clear to
mo. And yet even this burdens me;
for, single as it is itself, it has many
sides, and can be put in many ways. 1
have here a whole pageful of aphorisms
in which I have tried to deal with it. I
will read you one or two of them. "It
is assumed by tho present school of
thinkers that inequality is produced
by our existing social arrangements.
The truth really is that our existing so
cial arrangements are the results ot our
inherent inequality." "Ko man, ex
cept criminally, can ever become
wealthy but by conferring on others a
something which those others think a
heneiit; thus men are wealthy in propor
tion as their good ollices can be multi
plied." "Carl Marx maintains that
the protit of the capitalist is the dif
ference between the value of tke work
done by the workman and the wages
for that work which the capitalist pays
him. It is really a fraction of the value
which is added to the workman's work,
because he docs not work singly." 1
have jotted the following down, not as
an accurate fact, but as an example:
"A mechanic, working by himself, linds
the value of Ids work to be four shil
lings a day. Working under a capital
ist it becomes six shiilingss a day; but
the capitalist pays the mechanic only
live shillings, thus daily pocketing one
shilling for himself. This shilling rep
resents, not the full benefit, but simply
a fraction of the benefit the capitalist
tloes the workman. Of course in cer
tain cases the capitalist may extort
more than he gives, but that is not be
cause he is a capitalist, but because he
is an extortionate capitalist." Here,
again, is another of my sentences:
"The profits of capital are the percent
age paid by the workmen for hav
ing their work organized." "Allow
me," said Mr. hovel, "to interrupt you
for one moment. Labor organized is,
of course, more productiva than labor
isolated. That is little more than a
truism. But why should we need some
few capitalists to organize it? Why
should we not substitute co-operation?
Why should we not have joint stock
companies, in which the operatives are
the shareholders? It is in that direc
tion that I. look for the hope of the
working classes." "Schemes of that
kind," saiil Socrates, "I have often
thought about; and the more 1 have
thought about them the more hopeless
they have seemed to me. They all, tome,
seemed formed in ignorance of certain
primary laws of miman conduct and
exertion. Sehcmesfor such co-operation
as you speak about have been of many
kinds, and many are the quarrels among
themselves that the socialists have had
"about them. But all these schemes
have one and the same failing. They
all try to eliminate what they think an
evil, but what really, so long as human
nature remains unchanged, is essential
to the production of wealth. What 1
speak of is the peculiar position, the
superior power, the -superior pay of
those few who direct the operation of
the many. Convert, if you will, all our
manufacturing establishments into so
many joint stock companies, in which
the operatives are the stockholders, and
they will have to pay skilled managers
to direct their operations managers
who will be simply capitalists called by
a new name and for this reason:
It may be laid down as an axiom that
other things being equal, a man's in
interest in any business increases in
proportion to the money he expects to
gain by it. In proportion, then, as the
profits of a business are diffused the in
terest in the business become relaxed;
it is, therefore, in the interest of the
many that the interest of some few
should be intensified. A thousand men
paying one man a shilling a day might
quite commonly find that they in
creased their own incomes by exactly
the same sum. It is quite true that
while they were each earning their tens
of pounds this other might be earning
his thousands; but what of that? It
would be a dearly-bought luxury, that
of reducing a millionaire, if the price I
must pay for it is reducing myself to
destitution." IV. II. Mallock, in Con
temporary Review.
Jnl llereivril.
A fino lot of Booth's celebrated Sad
dle Kock oysters at the Park (irocerv
and will receive them daily. 11-17-tf
For Stoves, Furniture, Hardware and
Queensware, go to Lockhart & Co.'a.
10-5-tf.
The traveling public will find every
thing first-class at the Grand View Ho
ttl. -
Dry Goods,
Notion,
Clothing,
lliiti ami Oh)",
Jlonts nml Sliocs,
Tobaccos,
CiKrs-
GRISWOLD & MURPHEY
WHOLESALE
DRUGGISTS
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BVILDINQ,
itavTÜrt opoSfSÍS bow stock of Drugs, Stationery. Fancy Goods. Toilet Articles, Paints
and Oils, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars.
ty-Tho most careful attention is gltcn to our Prescription Trade.3
Marcellino, Bofta & Perez,
Proprietors of t3a.o
NEW MUSIO STOKE
MANOS, ORGANS, HAItrS. GUITARS, VIOLINS AND ALL KIMDS OF MUSICAL
ON IIAND AND FOR SALE.
sneet Muslo cfc Stationery
ALSO
Grn.ocx3n.ii3s, irrrLTTiTJS sc confections
3T Headquarters for Choleo Tobacco and Cigars..
CHARLES
Wholesale and
General Merchandise
Ladies' Dresses Made to Order,
vLadies' Hats Trimmed to Order.
PANO
O IV NORTH &tXX333 OF PXiiVZA
MARWEDE, BRUMLEY & CO.
-DEALERS IN-
Email i
IN MARWEDE'S BLOCK, BRIDGE STREET.
Stoves, Tinware House Furnishing Goods a specialty. They havo a largo nnd well seleed
tork and invite the patronage of tho public. Agents for the ilStiia Powder Company.
ANK
M
Merchant Tailor.
Largest and best stock of piece goods ned trimmings in the Territory. Satisfaction guaranteed.
IVTortli raido Plaza, : : lias Vegas 3NT. 3VT.
T. ROMERO & SON,
Wholesale ami Kotnil ftealer iu
General Merchandise
WOOL, HIDES, SHEEP,
COUN"TE;Y DPZROZDTTC IE
Train Outfitters,
Las Ve
New Mex.
2
Tlie Pr
MAKGAKITO EOMEEO,
DEALER IN
Goods Sold Strictly for Cash ami at Small Profits.
liliANCH STORE AT LA CUESTA, N. M.
TOPBZA
Railroad Ave., Opposite Browne & Manzanares, Las Vegas:
This house has been newly opened and thoroughly renovated. Everything first class. Cour
teous ntention guaranteed to nil.
J". M. GARDNESR., PropT
AMUSEMENT.
ClliVS. TOFT, Proprietor.
C'ENTE'.t STREET, EAST LAS VEGAS.
Open ID sty
- Prívale Club Room in connection. All
Best brands of Liquors and Cigars constantly
BILLY'S"
SOUTH SIDE
sio-nsroEiD and
Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars constantly
connecnon.
Open Dav and Night.
jj-leiepnone io urn ana Jew
- Eastern and Western Dally Pnrs. .
iloinp uui Hubbrr Packing,
.Lubricating uil,
Mineral paints,.
Solo Leather,
Harnea Leather,
Lace Leather.
Tinware and Stove
BETAIL
ILFELD
Retail Dealer in
LE DUG,
E
CHEMICALS
& Fancy Goods
and Careful Attention
GIVEN TO
escription Trade
HOUSE,
emclcL nNTigrlxt
DRUGS
kluds of Legitimate Games always in full bit St.
on hand.
OON
AND
L U 1ST C EC ROOM
OF PLAZA,
ibXjTtie la:m::f
on hand. Elegant parlors and Wine Rooms In
Lunch at all Hours.
Town aun me not springs.
WELL C. BURTON, Proprlotor,
Saddlery,
Lad i era,
Scrapers and Plows,
Wagon Covers and Tents,
, Duck Clothing,
Stationery.
Goods. Everything! Come One, Come All. Prices Uniform on Everything for Everybody.;
W. H. SHUP-P
MANUFACTURER OF
AND DEALER IN
HEAVY HARDWARE
Iron, English Cast Steel, Plow Steel, Pipe
Boxes, Thimble Skeins, Iron Axles,
Springs, Chains, Vulcan An
vils, 20 lbs. and upward,
Blacksmiths'8
Tools,
Oak, Ash and Hickory Plank, Poplnr Lumber,
Spokes, Fellues, Patent Wheels, Oak nnd Ash
Tongues, Coupling Poles, Hubs, Carriage,
Wagon and Plow Woodwork and Carriage
Forgings . Keep on hand a full stock of
Carriages, Wagons, Buckboards,
Send in your orders, and have your vehicles
made at home, and keep the money in the Ter
ritory. Also Agent for A. A. Cooper's Celebrated
Steel Skein Wagons.
BOOOIDE3STTAIii
ILLIARD HALE.
Fines in the city of East Las Vegas.
THE MONARCH
First-cl fiss liar where g ntlemen will And the
Unest liquors, wines and cigars In the Territory.
Drop in and see ns. Open day and night.
A. F. JILSON, Proprietor.
C- A. RATHBUN
CHICAGO
SHOE STORE
Flnetl quality of Custom Work done in the
Territory. , ,
A l'ull Lint of M. D. Wells &Co.s Chicago
Made Roots & Shoes Constantly on Hand. '! '' "
EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M.
VALLEY SALO
CHAS. MELENDY, Prop'r.
I would respectfully call the attention of the
public to my choice brands of
4
Opposite the depot.
Elegantly Furnished.
Open day and night. Club room in connection.
A. P. BARRIEEi
SOUSB, SIGrSJ
AND
ORNAMENTAL PAINTER.
Frescoing, Graining, Glazing,
MAItDLINO, CALSOMINING, ETC.
r-SIIOP EAST OF THE COURT HOUSE,
LAS VEGAS.
ANDRES SENA.
Dealer lit General
LOS ALAMOS, - NEW MEXICO.
Also Dealer In
Cattle, Sheep, Wool, Hides, Grain
And all Kinds of Produce.
Freight learns always readv and freiirlitlncr
done to all parts of the Territory.
White Oaks Hinge Line.
Tho White Oaks Stniro Line is mnninar dallv
conchos from Socorro to White Oaks. Aftor
Oct. 15th a backboard will run daily to Ft.
Mtinton. jsigntccn nours irom ocorro to
White Oaks. Good accommodations. Host
and quickest way to tho White Oaks.
iU--tt H. E. MÜLNIX.
Billiafd Parlor and
SAMPLE ROOM.
11 "i i in 1 1 r v
THE MONARCH
Hie Finest Uesort In West Las Vecas where
the Very Best Krands of Liquors and Cigars
are constantly kept on hand. Private
Club lioom in Connection. Call ou
P. J. MARTIN, Proprietor.
Dally Staxe and Express Line.
Between Cimiirron nnd Bprlnfrer. Leaves
ClinniTon at 7 a. in. nnd arrives at Sprinircr ut
11 a. in. Leaves Springer at 1 p. ni. and ar
rives nt Cimarron nt 6 p. in. Will carry pus
sonifors cheaper than any other lino.
"FHENCHY,"
Proprietor.
Public School.
Notico Is hereby given that the public school
for precincts Nos. '6 and 29, (East and West
Lus Vegas) is now open for the reception of
nuDlie
DupiiB at too puiiiic scnooi nouse, west Lm
Veiras. AH persons having1 children are re-
quested to send them to school and aro invited
to avail themselves of this opportunity. Tho
suhool will lio under tho management of Mes
srs. E. N. Honquillo and John O. B. Tlorney.
both able and experienced teachers, who will
instruct children both in the English nnd Span
ish languages.
By authority of School Board, County of San
WAGONS &
CARRIAGES
-
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Chanman Hall
Miguel, w m. - u. 1-erez, cnnirman.
Las Vegas, N, M., Nor. 81, lWi.-11-UtWw
Hardware.
Woodware,
Agricultural Implements,
Crockery,
Minen, Supplies,
Wheelbarrows,
Pumps.
SIMON A CLEMENTS.
CLEMENTS
DEALERS
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Flour, Grain and Country Produce.
Lumber in Large Quantities a Specialty !
Cash paid for Wool, Hides and Telts,
OPPOSITE SAN MIGUEL NATIONAL BANK, - - - LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO
PARK GROCER
S HARRIS, Proprietor. S. H. WELLS, Mans,,
STAPLE AND FANCY GR0CERT1L.';
'RUITS AND VEGETABLES IN SEAS.
;A.S VEGA3 - -
SAMUEL C. WATROÜÜ,
S. B.
WATKOÜS
-DEALERS Us'
Cattle, Hay,: Grainy Flour and . Towií IjÓtS, T
WATROUS, - - NEW MEXICO
Const' nmonts of Freight and Cattle from, and lor the lied River Country'; received kt Watrotis
Rail Koad Depot. Good Roads from Ked River via Olguln Hill., ,Dlstaanoe:from Fort Baoom
.i ., ,., : to Watrous., Eighty-nine miles.. .
JN A J lOiN AL
i .
. Lias Vegas,. X. Mr.-l':'.i,.
MAHALA HANDLES, PROPRIETOR
Best of table accommodations, and nice,
ment and first-class style guaranteed to dl.
BEYER FRIEDMAN & BROV,
í ii n
pi;
r . . . . i ,
LAS VEGAS, -
EXSHANQE SALOON
. , JAMES D. WOLF, Proprietor. " ; ' ' , ,
The Best Liquors, Wines landCigars in Town
.' ,', BiaLXil'iaaD TABLES ''' ' '-"
Good Club Rooms, and Lunch at all Hours
The
Sant
KIP I I
Las Vegas, New Mexico. . - 1 !
; ' Will be Kept, as a First-class Hotel, 't ;;;r;
Providing a' .good table, good atténiibnfiné-WinWfetc,
. . ...,..., ,, The Traveling Publican cordially invited: - " ' ' -t-'Li
Tho St. JSTioliolf, lintel. IiaaVegam, 2T. '
R estau rant - & Gity Bakery;
u,i ;! " " iijj KINDS OF ..... ....,,!,( . ,, ,
FRESH .BREn, an
,' , , WjflOL'sALE AND IIETA1L -un tí..;
CROCERIES, TOBACCO AND CIGARS
ro.FF.TiorhiKs, frititn, etc.
THEO. RUTEN BBOK,
WATCH MAKER AND JEWELER,
DEALER IN
GOLD AND SILVER FILIGREE JEWELRY.
8- WATCHES REPAIRED AND
ALL WOIIK Gr
MENDENHALL, HUNTER & CO.,
FEED AND SALE STABLE
Dealers lu Homos aDd Mules, also Fine Buggies and Carriages ior ri.ili
Rigs for the Hot Springs and other Points of Interest. The Finest Uvci)
Outlitsiu tho Territory..
Provisions,
Groceries,
. U'oeerfr' Drugs,
Painters' Materials,
Builders' Materials,
Canued Good9,
Dried Fruits.
FELIX MARTINEZ.
j MARTINEZ
4
IN
; iJi
,.,..,1,
'.JOSEPH U. WAT ROUS
I V;
1 1 ;. .
i..
.1.1,
clean, beds to sleep in.
, ,..t
, Courteous' treat-
NEW MEXICO.
.1! t
SON
HOTEL
rln
iileFs
UD
Hotel
Nicholas
PAYNE ó BARTLETT
..., : Dealers in " "
ds Watches, Clocks &'JeweTry
Celebrated Rockfbrd Waticií'io!'
The JohnsonOptical Company'
A. full lint i M frican FVllgret Jewelry '
Silver Plated War
Ho Oo. Ea.at lias Vegan
ENGRAVING A SPECIALTY.
XT A. H. A T 33 XI D .
keep Everything. for-Sale which
(nobles me to charge uniform prices
for all kinds of goods.
Selling an article 'tinder cost and
making up on another is not tyrac
ticed in my store: ' " . t i
i -.1 o
Mexico
"" . A .... . M
Mrs. J. H. Baker & Qo
i . t
HAVE OPENED
If III - ..i !
A Variety Store and News W
(J oiids, Em broideries. Zephyrs, German-
town Yarns and Fancy Supplies, ."w.
Stationery. News, Peri- ' iM
otlioals A Current " " ,
Literature. ;
A new line of Novelties for office family and ,
(rentlomen's use. A stock of Ciirara unequaT
ed for flavor and quality. Viettort auoj-eoolvi
edcordially. .....,, i,. ,,,
Sixth St., opposite the St. Nicholas.;
- i ' -nil im ',;li .
M '""i LA31 VEOASii i-.B. .,., Jfw
IC LAN I N C MIL
' 1.1!, I
I
i
; .FvC.:0GOENvlroprlftor..,t ..,,.
.pressed Lumber for Sale, l.imtli' Qnrt'acod to
, ruer. Auoiyiesoi
Moülámgráshj Ooó Blfriiisí :::
Tspnlnfrof. all Patorlpti;ons, Newell Posts, . T
B.iluBtraaeá.ScroII-SáwIng, "
Ooiatr-jaotirxs, 3Bvi.11cíÍml 1 '
ii uriL unit r.Biimniiuv jruiii n luninucc nui
' i, ii ...receivcpromiit uttentlyu.
LAS ,YEGAS ,", ,, i iBW MEXICO
Ovstcf Bay: Restaurant !'
i !, - ' ' " ' ' i
, 1.. ....,) ni .j . i , ; I . . , i , (, ,., , ,,,, .., I .,fc
tftEertlSj 33 "Gts."' '
i. ,:SK"VEP;AT,ALL.lIOUUS.if.i( s
' ..( ;! ii., ,.,,,,.1 , ;.
Ifoanl Vi.y hc Wetík-lS.OO.' ! livuf Vüíw
in fii!b-'...bs-i.5livk- ,, ,,. t.,i
.. I "ÍJÍ 'Will. SMITH. hWMMÍtt'.TOK'."--'
I -' .i ii i inn ..iun-rrp 1. I l, ,;
i . r .', -i
: .'r
LAS YEaS,,.N. M ,.,,!.,
i-, I-
cicoaiit.
ii ' " ! i fill; 1. .,,1 1 ,i
.AND DEALER IN
llaf. tírnin & Pro'dnrfe of all Kíuíí.-í. "
ST -IfliCHAEl'S COLLtSe
V
1 SANTA ' FE,' 'N." 'Mi -'M
Conducted ly the
TiMg-noard aad Tultiiiu fru-.iiq.i.,í)i t,-,i .,,
'Üiontbs, 9200; Washinjr and Hc-d-llnj;. a;i.
Tho session begins the first wook of NoV'i-irl '
Jer and.el(rtes the Wat wutilc of. Auku it,, ; ,
' i For further particulars apply to
' ' " " ' 1,1 Bitb.' DOTtrtl' If; l-refi' ( 1
1 Í New Store! 'New; Goods;; -;,
, ' ,i. ,.,,, i- ...-i i . h i . i '
William Gillerman
i '
t,.ii.M t;
:ii!Á3'ó:
A 'SfO'CR' W " i
UGNEKAL : ,i ui.it i.. .1. ,
MERCHANDISE
' -.. ..i.iMii V--;.)ii -.ill l.i ! -, 1 ti'tui
Liberty. 1 New Mwcico; '
r ! yuU'AsMrtment In oVery Llne.'Whl'éh will " '
. MiróldítL Vegas prtees1, 'Freight ddfldi
I-"''""1, ""tA-r'VecAs"- ,u ";!
Assay Office,
i ,,:(. in.-: OTP i....t.i- .anil!,,,.;,,
JolmIlóbertóóii,F;S:Ar;
Assayer,
M.INING ENGINEER''
í niili i-Oppoalte Optic Block1. ." ' '('
EAST LAS VEO AS, NEW 'MEXICÓ, -
'Assaybf Ores mndo with accuracy .itid iils--putcli.
, prompt attention wl)l, b, paid to or-. .
ders sent from tho various mining cuiiipi of the
Territory.- 1 , . ,
Examining and Reporting on Mines and
Mining Claims a Speoialty.
AFPAYS CONSIDERED CONFIDENTIAL.
Wagner's Hotel
Thoodoro Wagner hns oiiened up his hand
some residence as a HOTEL, whero tho public
and transient guests will And tho very best ac
commodations. A quiet and comfortuble home
forguc8ts.
A. Iirst-Class Saloon
in connection, provided with tho bost brands ot
Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Call at Wagner's.
fT É7 EVANS,
PHOTOERAPHEfl.
Completo Assortuiont of Now Mexico Scenery.
EAST LAS VHOAS, NEW MEXICO.
Goto Rogers Bres. for first class
hone shoeing. 1 1-12-1 ni.
bomm
L.

Las 'Vcgasi
Oppomlte Otero, Sellar

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