Newspaper Page Text
J. H. KOOCLER. Editor.
RATES OF SUBSCRIPTS lily, I year " t. I:iilv, ti months ' W. IXtil V. 1 month 1 w. Delivered bv currier to any lart of tlie-euy. Neekh, I vein- :i "O- Weckl'v. mouth I '. Y'or Átlverüaiii!" Ilutes a;'ly to J. 11. Kooglcr ill tor atiill'ro)irietor. "I am nut cckiug any olliee, as tlie gift oí 1 lio people, oiio from the President will do (his year." líen Butler, which would he governor. Foknkv U wet' keying. The old manipulator says in .i letter to one of his journiiüitie friends : "My whole objeei m supporting (.Jen. Hancock is briefly slated: 1 have always been a greati'ul man, re garding the remembrance of a service done by anothor to me as a religion, and I could no more go against Gen. Hancock as a candidate for president, as things s'.aud now, and be easy in my mind, (han I could go against Abraham Lincoln if he were living and running for olliee. There is another reason, and that is a profound yearning to settle all sectional quar rels. 1 commiserate the south from the bottom of my heart. Xo man went farther against, them ; but now that slavery is abolished and that the south agrees every where to standby the old Hag, I want only to forget the bitterness of the past, and pray God to give me strength to fill the little time that is left mo in life with earn est friendship for that as well as all portions of the country' What, we ask, is the relation be tween personal gratitude and a na tions welfare? The president of Mexico and his cabinet, haviug been given by the Mexican congress in June last au thority to grant railroad concessions have Within the last ten days granted two concessions to two companies in which Santa Fe is directly or indi rectly iutered. ()ue was given (lim ited) to the Mexican central, organ ize i last winter, with a capital of $5,- 4i!0,000, which was taken by friends of the Atchison, Toptka & han ta, Fe and C. Ií. & Q. roads, and by American and foreign bankers. The company held an old concession for a road from the City of Mexico to Leon, a dis tance ol't-so hundred and two miles, and has spent iá(H),UÜ0 on line lina. It has now been granted the right tocx tend the line from Keon northward to El I'uso, where connection will be made with the Southern Paciiic road, now completed to within one hundred miles ot ii, with the Galveston, llar risburg and tí.n Autonionio and with the .Sonora road, all of which roads are rapidly pushing towards El I'aso. The concession also gives the rig! t to build a line from a cunveuient point between Leon and Agua (juüente to to the seaport of Mazatlan, on the Pa cific coast. The two lines comprise a distance of 1,-100 todies. A subsidy amounting to $15,200 a mile upon the entire line has beeen given under the decree. The Mexican Central road ...will be of the staudard gauge. The concession granted it, as will be seen from the above, provides for con tinuous line from El Paso to the city of Mexico and thence to the sea coast, and as the Atchison, Topeka, & Santa Fe will connect with it El Paso, there will he, when the road is built, a line all the way from Santa Fe to Ma.aiian on the cov,st, via the city ot Mexico. The other coucessiou grantee' by the Mexican government is to the Mexi can .National liaiiway Const ruction Company, with Avhich Win. J. Palm er, president of the Denver & Kio Grande railroad is prominently con nected. To this company ha been given the right to build a ruad from the city of Mexico to the port of Mazanelto on the Paciiie coasi, and also the right to build a line from some convenient point sixty miles from the City of Mexico to a point oil the Texas frontier between Eagle Pass and Laredo. This company lias also been granted a Mib.-ddy at the rate of $7.000 a kilometer for the Pa cific line and &G,(500 a kilometer for the Texas lines. New Mexican. Feeding Horses Hay '1 he trouble with most persons who keep horses, no waiter whether on farm for farm work, or for driviug purposes, is they feed too much hay ; and to lliis cause can be conlribuled the general sluggishness often nu;.i fested by the horsey until they have been working a couple of hours, while the wind is also much impaired. Night is the only time when hay should he fed, especially to animals used for quick work. Even Hi" snow plow team should have but little hay at the morning and nodi feeds, but give (hem u generous supply at the evening uneal. I!y doing this, your horse will kef o in better spirits and eoiKinion, mm iree from auv leuden- cy to pot belly " which horsemen ho much dislike to see. Ttio Old Reliable Diug More. Ustaousneci ióíu. HERBERT & CO DRUGS, MEDICINES. TOILET ARTICLES, AMD PERFUMERY. -:o:- P U E S Oil IP TIO XS carefully Compounded. :or- At Doctor Shout's Old Stand. Prices to Suit the Times. J. G. BLA Manufacturer and Dealer In SADDLES s HARNESS. One Square South of riaza, on Smith Sido o Pacific Street, LAS VEGAS i . xew MEXICO Cantaste, Trimming Done to Order. erative & Mechanical. Listening to the solicitation oT many citizens of Las Vegas, Dr. F. 11. DeUraw Avill open, an office for the practice of Dent- istry. Pain! ss Extr action of Teeth. Teeth Extracted, Plug ged S) Replanted. mío DOCTOR'S SPECIALTY IS COLD WO UK. !XK .Souths examined and advice given fice o (..'luirle. Artificial Sets of Teeth on Celluloid. office nouns kkom a. sr., to r r. m. (oo.l elVrenee Given. All Work Warranted. Olliee on North Sidii of Plaza. Open July Jlst, IfO. CHAPMAN HALL. Billiard Parlor a Sample Room, C,V. .wr .k.íu- ir. .ta THE MONARCH The Finest Uexort in West Las Vosas where the Very P.ost Uramls of LIQUORS AND CIGARS Ave constantly kept on hand. PRIVATE CLUB ROOM IS CONNECTION. IIENUV UKAMM, Proprietor. The Occidental I BMfi Fiuoft hi the City ot Lus Voaa. First-class bar where gentlemen will liad the iinost, liquors, wines and ci-jxar-i in tin; Territory; also iu connec tion is a liuieii counter. Drop in and see us. Open Day and Night. LOCKE & LOCK WO OIJ, Proprip-lnrx. AND 10 w m m it as AT0, 3CT-ro. Puns daily vht I, a Licndrf, 'Imperito, tínlU nas, Calira, f,:t i. inla, .San Hilario .and tori l!:ib'om. Pa-is,'!!'.''!'.' and KxirpH lnaltrr carried tonnv point nn Hie m:)0i reasonahlii terms oo-!yl a A. RATRBUN aaoe ' Pinol rpiulily o I' Ciiiitoni 1 el l iloi y. Work done in t he A Full Una of M. I). Wells ftCn.'j Chlruvn : Mude Pools &Sltoca CoimUmtly on Hand. S B 1 THE MONARCH A. J. RATOOED, WHOLESALE GROCER Las Vegas, - -DEALER IN- Fruits, Vegetables, &c., &c. We cany everything that is packed in the Canned Goods Line! Goods delivered free to all parts of the city. Give Us a call. J. GRAAF & CO. RESTAURANT AND CITY BARI Fresh Ilread, CVf&cs, and Pies oí all :o: WHOLESALE GROCERIES, TOBACCO Mm CÍÚíMS Confectioneries, Fruits, etc, etc., r s A tr 6 n cn it O p c is V EE 'Si a o E. ST ANDRES SEPiA, GENERAL MERCHAI'iV LOS ALAMOS, JT. JL :o: Also Dealer in CATTLE, SHEEP, WOOL, HIDES, UllALSJ AUD ALL Kinds of PRO DUCE FREIGHTING, Freijílit team always ready aii'l frt'lghtinf (hjiic to all jmrts ol'llic Territory. MACKLEY IIOUS1 Opposite the IJefíoí, (Formerly the Kobiusou House ) NEWLY PITTED, PEFURNIS1 ED, AND AN ADDITION BUILT TO IT. G 001) A C00 miODA T10NS Are oiTered to the traveling public at reasonable rates. J. A.MACKLEY, Proprietor GEO, ittcKAY, JLi JO D JL Jljl U &2. Jul JL -AND- 9 Sometlling, Good to Drink, Lunch at any hour from 9 till 11 A.M. KASTI.A9 VFUAS, - . NEW MEXICO Opp 'dmn ÍJiirriini. Important Notice. for the benelltofour cili.fna who go east, (he Into copies ol thia iier will lie kept on Ulu In thr ticket olliee of the ( luengo, I'm luiRton A Ojiln cy rni rond, Bt 51) Clink btreet, CIiIciiro, ill., where tlioy aro privlleiíed to cull ud rend It free. & RETAIL - - New Mexico. AND RETAIL. LAS Y ECTAS :, Assay Office JohnRobertsiifF.S.A. Assayer, Miiiing'ngiaieer, ;;v.... I? ATT, TJOAT) A Artr ?:V Opposite Browne & Manzanares EAST LAS VEGASj, NEW MEXICO. Assays of Ores Made with Accuracy and Dispatcli. Brompt Attention will he Paid to Orders Sent from the Various Mining Camps of the Territory. Examining and Reporting on Mines and Mining Claima a Specialty. All Assays Considered Confidential A. 0. BOBBINS. DEALER IN ii U T ú; S., ART UNDElirAKING ORDERS PROMPT LY ATTENDED TO. Near the Bridge, West Las Vegas. F. C. Ogden, Prcpt'r. Dressed Lumber for Sale. Lumber Surfaced to order. SASIL DOORS, BLINDS ana ui Turning of all Descriptions, Newell Posts, Balustratcs, Scroll sawing. CONTRACTING AND BUILDING. Work and Estimates from a dis tance will receive prompt attention LIVE BY SALE STAB LB EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. . IwaiesiiB, Prop Carriages and Horses Let at Reasonable Rates. Horses and ules i ought, Sold. and MEN DENHALL & CO Livery, Feed, and ale STABLE, - Dealers iu Ilorsea and Mules, also Rigs for the Hot Springs and other Toints of Interest. The Finest Livery Outfit in the Territory. WATIOWAJL Smith V Harrison, Propers. South side of the Plaza, This House has been Newly Refitted Accommodations to Have a large and complete stock of all at bottom prices for cash. to JLAS 1 7" 4! CHAS. BLAFCHARD, DKALEIt 1 Stoves and Stove Goods sl ísx-a2Zíci-a.Xji,i,',5r: The Elastic Joint Iron Roofing alwayss on hand BUY AERICA BARB WiRE. GO TO THE central mm ' - - w wi jk. ju. Wwtf-j i; For Fresh Drugs, Chemicals, Paint Oils, Patent Medicines, Brushes, Combs, Fine Soaps, Perfum eries, Toilet Articles of every description, Whole sale and Retail. Physicians' Prescriptions a Specialty!' Csntral Drug Stsre, Mm si. betwosn East and West Las Vegas, fóew axico. ; . .' Mace Cr Sewold, CoBJ Pyop'ri Torlh sida of Sjitrire Las Vegan, and branch stove at La Jn in. FRANCISCO BACA I SANDOVAL I A i WHISKIES. T-K fcí 'tr&-ii$$ j&frjK Sole Agent in Nw Mfxico for mamm m BR0S- w Mm,.-, '.u,44 Fine Bu2:ie3 and Carriasrcs for Sale Las Vegas, N. M. and Refurnished and Afford the Beit the Traveling Public 4i? & M.asar. classes of Merchandise which they see o a :the: OF 9 Wholesale awl Kctail Dealer ii CHOICE KENTUCKY LAGER BEER. SOCORIiO, N. M. LAS VEÜAS N.-l A-LBUQUEnQUB, N. M. EAST LAS TKtíAS, N. ia. .1 \n\n Las Veras Dailv zz'tto. ' ,'.;r.