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Las Veas Daily Gazette.
J H. KOOCLER. Editor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION Daily, 1 yar 10 00. Ually, 8 mouths . Daily. 1 month 1 00. IMlvereil iy carrier tu any part of the city. Wwkly, I yer Ji. Weekly, 6 montbi ITS. For Advortif in Rstea apply to J . )t. Koogler muir la irr up numr. New Yobk democrats begin to real ize that it would have bei'ii a good thing nil arouud it .here had been Acting and less ou their national tick- et It was predicted a long; timo agro thnt if rnnrocniita tiva "l'nrt Pillan" i i 1,1---m . , a vlc A. A . w V Chalmers were given roic enough he would liaur himself. buicidH lias re suited, and he will never again dis grace the halls cf congress, but the "shoe-string" did the work. A IIev. D. D. consumed two hours time at the receut session of the Con- irregütioiial council in St. Louis in trying to persuado his brethreu that this is an "Era of Creeds." A man who had seen more of the world could have convinced him in five min utes that this is an era of greeds. President (íakfield will have a re&pons ble duty to perform in the appointment of four jostices of the U. tí. Supreme Court. Either through phyMciil incapacity or retirement, we shall lose Home of our best judges, but in the person of Attorney-Gen. Dev- ens and the other gentlemen who are mentioned for this high position, our highest !eg:il tribunal will be remark ably strong. The democrats in the sixth con gressional district of .Mississippi, which has been called the "Shoe-siring district" from the peculiar form into which it was gerrymauded, are likely to reflect as much discredit on the party as was occasioned by the unter- ritied of Yazoo. The fac simile of th two tickets which was published in Thursday's Gazette will be a good campaign document in years to come. a - A well, known Republican of El- in ira, New York, who is something ot a betting man, made a record of his estimate ot Hancock's minority m Xcw York City, which he gave to a friend after Ihc IndianaeU ctiou. His guessiug came within one hundred and eighty-five of the official majority, which is little enough margin on a voto ol 200,000. That man would be a valuable check on tissue ballot frauds. keports have been current for some time that a consolidation of the Union and Central Pacific Railway companies was likely to be effected before many days. A conference was held last week when, it is said, the proposition was ..discussed that the Central Pacific should give the Union Pacihc a scrip dividend f 25 or SO per cent and then merge the shares of the two companies m the consolidated corporation at par. This is uudoubt- edly a scheme ot Mould's to gobble up fit nro micli oo lin cm nnmt1 u1 in 1.i!n,. I r:n..r. onnau liilivl aH with tho TTtnun Piwti At best the officers of the two roads forming the old overland route are alarmed at the prospect of a compet ing line and desire unity of action in order to get up a cut or better play at the game of "freeze out ." At the recent dinner in New York at which Gen. Grant delivered a lengthy speech on the question of building railways in old Mexico, in orner to lacintaie commercial com munication with this country, he re' plied as follows to the query of a well-known railway magnate regard ing the Availability of laborers to build the contemplated linen: "There are probably seven millions of the old Aztecs in that country and thev furnish as good labor as can be found -as Industrious and as willing work men asean be found anywhere in the world-and the men will go a cousid- .... . erable distance from their homes aud stay at w irk, without moving their families, however. But, then, as they are scattered all over the coun try, as you advance you could get a new set of workmen. You could not cjnimence at the northern border of Mexico with a set of workmen and keep them till you get all through Mdtico, but you could get new sets iu the villages as you weut alon Labor U now very cheap. It will, of course, cnliam e hi va'ue, and very rapidly an Hit country developes. I visited, while I was there, orne of the mines, aud the labor is all performed there by native. A Mexican mining camp is a very much pleasanter p'il'U than one of our mining camps. There is n entire ahscaci ot the drinkinf aloons and the gambling house and ttii-mers, and the absence of bowie kairei and revolvers are very noti-cablt. First National Bant OF LAS VEGAS. (uaesur tu KnynoliU Brottieré.) Authorized capital, $500,000 Paid in capital, - $53,000 Surplus Fund - $10,000 DOES A uEN'URAL BANKING BUSINKHS I14W-M TIlp, Old R pRahlp. T) i, 6 store. Established 187 0. ÜI3 E RT & OO XZ)3?"ULSrSrÍS"fc3 t I DRUGS. MEDICINES. T0ILET ARTICLES, AND PERFUMERY. -:o: PRESCRIPTIONS carefully vompounuea. :o At Doctor Shout's Old Stand. C. A. RATH BUN OIIICj3lOO Shoe ire. t'uic.t quality of Custom Work done in the Territory. A. Full Line of M. D. Wells ACo .'s Chieneo Made Boots t Shoes Constantly on Ilitnd. EAST LAS VMiAS, . M. LAS VEGAS -AXP- ! ft I B inri sv;rmrn issur uw i ran & s nm T. II. TJS-iO.T'O, Pro. Runs daily via I. a Liendre. Uunierito. ::11 . ñas, Catira, La Cinta, san Hilario and I'or llaBCom. Passencrers and Eviiwm mnttpr pnri-u.t i,.-... uoint on the most reasonable terwia lllil-1yl a "aT tn a mnviiirk General Live Stock Broker. PURCHASING A SPECIALTY. LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO. Corrennondeee .illpifnrl i;.f, tic eg & Co , New Y.rk; San M miel National Bank. Las Vega.-; útero, sellar Co., Las Vegas. Center Street BAKEET. And Lunch Counter. (Formerly Santa Fe Bakery.) is now ready for business Largest Oven in the Tcrritorv. Will supply Las Vegas and the Towns along the Road from liatón to San Marcial. Orders bj letter will receive prompt at tention. IIUBER.TY& AVflMT.l CHAPMAN HALL. Billiard Parlor & Sample Room, THE MONARCH the rinit Rpiort In Weit Las Yga wkere the Vry Btst nrandi of LIQUORS AND CIGARS Arc cuaatantly kept on hand. p"DTV A TT7 PT TTD nnnu rXU A 1 H LL U D AUUM ijí noxNia 'Tin 15 C9XNKCTIOX. HENKT BIUMM, Pr.pri.Ur. The Occidental illiard Hal ! Fineit in the City of Las Vegas. THE MONARCH Firt-clas8 bur where geatlemen will find the finest liquor, wines and ci gar in the Territory; alio ia connec tion is a lunch counter. Drop in and tee ui. Open Day and Night. LOCKR k LOCKirOOD, A. J. CEAWFOED, WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCER, Las Vegas, -DEALER IN- Fruits, Vegetables, &c., &c. We carry everything that is packed in the Canned Goods Line! Goods delivered free to all parts of the city. Give Us a call. Q rn -1 72 02 o CO EL o" 3 CO Q W 11 rn b o P O O p I I o rn ANDRES SENA, GENERAL MERCHANT, L OS ALAMOS, 2Í. M. :o: Also Dealer in CATTLE, SHEEP, WOOL, HIDES, JltALN AND ALij Kinds of PRODUCE. FREIGHTING, t'rciL'ht (mi looc to all uans ol" the Territory. Prices to Suit the Times. J. c. Manufacturer anil Dealer In SADDLES í HARNESS. LA VEGA, ) KKW MKXK'i: One Square South nf I'ln.a, on South Mile lacillo stri'ct, Carrinsp TrimmlnL' I)niii to OnW L. GEEEN, RESTAUEA1T AND S AE. OK, something Good to Drink, ''"'"li at any lidur iroin 3 till 11 A. M. KASTLAS ,K(JAS . . XKW1KXJCO O"""""crro.vn- Manner,., Frank J Webber. A n m t r KEER Has constantly on hand Horses, Mulos Harness Etc., and also buys and selu. on Commission. Sale of goods made at arj time. Will be found on North-East corner of Plaza, or word may be left at this office. TWTiEESA, MERCHANT TAILOR., ALL KINDS OF ZDOZtTIE TO OEDEB. Shop in Dold's Block, Northwest Corner of the Plaza. IinporlHnt olloe. Tax thnbcni'lllol our oiti.cns who o enntine Ule ooiiiex ol thU iBier will In- ke it on Ale ir tin ticket oiUce ol' the (. hicHKn, liin liniftun k (J,w, cy ral roml.HtftJCIuik i-ireet, CIiIchko, ill.. Wbwt tly r iirmUged tw talltaU am. IZO CD CO New Mexico. LIVE li Y SALE STABLE EAST LAS VECAS, N. M. J. S. Duiscas, Prr Carriages and Horses Let at Reasonable Rates. Horses and Mules Sold. Bought and ffas Vegas F. C. Ogden, Propt'r. Dressed Lumber for Sale. Lumber Surfaced to order. SASH, DOORS, BLINDS ana ai Styls oí Mouldi ii Turning of all Descriptions, Newell i osis, liaiustraaes, Scroll sawing. CONTRACTING AND fiUJLDIfic. Work and Estimates lfr'om' a dis ance will receive prompt attention T LAS VEGAS Assay Office, OF JolinRobertson,F.S.A. Assayer, Mining Engineer, RAIL ROAD AVE., Opposite Browne '& RTanzAnai-es' EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. Assays of Ores Made wit fc Accuracy and Dispatch. Drompf Attention will be I'aid to ()r,lors S -tit from the Various Mi ning Camps of thü Territory. Examining and eporting on Minos and Mining Claims a Specialty. All Assays Considered Conüuenüa! I -TLstablisliment, Located on the street in rear of National Hotel, No. 17, where he is prepared to do all kinds of work in his Hm t.vn,r.i and in a workmaulike manner at reason able prices. A. 0. BOBBINS, dkali:i; is FU1ÍN1TUÍ5E & qilK : A (JNUEltv ASKING OHUEiiS PROMPT LY 1'f TENDED TO. Near the Bridge, Wt,t Las Verjas. LAS VEGAS AND VNITA MIL AND SI LINE. ItUKNfNO DAILY FROM FORT BASCOS! TO TA li nnii IMILUn Nü KOItT ELLIOTT. Pasiengfrg and Expre mntwr learlne Lm Vejias tin Tuemlay mon.lnsr will . ro,'Warl,"d on weekly bucklmanl throuKh to any point h C. M. AliTUi, Prspvlat. W ATJMMffAJL JHKOTTEIL, Sin i th v Harrison, Propers'. 1 South tijeof the Plata, La, Vega, N. M. Thb LTouio has bjen Newly lljfitted and Refurnished and Affords the B.'tt J i Acconnuodations it Have a large and complete slock of at bottom side m tn y un i JÉTÁS WMG AS, - M. MEDENjaAIil & CO Mb Dealers iu Horses aud Mul?s also Fiuo CugíesyiA Qarciages for Sale Rigs for the Hot Springs and other Points of IuterWtlM'he Finest Livery Outlits iu the Territory.' ' EYER FRIEDMAN & BRO., DEALERS IX 00LT HIDES, PELTS AND FURS, Las Vegas ÍÍÍAS. BLAFHJID. DEAi,En i ";" 1 ES -V El H. "ST TJFS?: W C3r A RD Stoves and -A- SPECIAIj'PY'! The Elastic Joint Iron BUY ALVIERBCAIM BARB WIRE. yu.H , is "3 Q-O TO THE CENTRAL DRUG STORE! Fresh Dru, Chemicals, Paint Oils, Pal ;J Medicine,, Brushes, Combs, Fine Soaps, tor f urn enes, Toilet Articles of every description, Whole sale and Belail. ' . Physicians1 Prescriptions a Specialty I Cwlral Urug Store, Main it. betwsen East and Las Vegas, New Moxlco. Mace Criswoid, & Co., PropVi FfiARCKCO BACA T SAND0VA', v 7;1'---' ' -s '. : ''.'" ,', l-r-:- ' to tlic Travclirg Public. all cismes of Merchandise which the y 10 prices for cash. of Plaza, i a4 Sale Jmew VfáxiCOjiS ñ WARE. i Stove Goods Hoofing alwayss on hand , - A ALBLTQUUQVI k.m. A \n\n VrkoI'' Retal' : De.ieru CHOICE Zmf, TUCKY WHISK JES. 6 ROS., St LEBRATI D LACEBB iEEB. SOCORRO. V f