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Las veas Daily Gazette, j J H. KOOCLER. Editor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION Dally,! v. ar "!!!! I a 1 1 v . month " Dail'v. I month 1 Di-IiviTfil i, arilt-r lo nny .rt ol IhoMfy. Wwkly, I vi i'ic Wi'fkl'v. K:n.-iuh ". For Aclvi'i-tiiii) HiU'.t ai-ly t J. II. knoxler "liir t 'i' '" ift r . Mus. (aiuiklp h refuted to lot her phntnüTHl'l lo oíd or her like He.;, he nr.-ived. . .. . - Tin: xjieiit'iiceit Lowell Courier tell tin- iin.ihiticated public that ihcnew dinieiiig ffirls from India re Xnutchy luit they're idee. Thk directors of the Old Colony IJailrond have adopted a resolutiou that, iiiUMiiueh as railroad aceidents are often due to drunkenuess ou the part of employes, that they will not retain or engage any subordinate who is addicted to the use of intoxicating liquor. . . The President is actively at work very duy on his message, and a por tion of it has already been sent to the printer. Kxtra precautions have be. u taken to provide against premauire publibition of the whole or part of it. To a friend who was calling upon him to-d.iy ilic Presideut, in dis cussing the subjects that he was to treat in his message, said : "Tho message will show that I can write very well on civil service, if I cannot net verv well with regard te it.'? General Car field's good sense in declining to be '-received'' by a lot of hungry office-seekers on his ar rival in Washington is an cucourag i'ng indication that he intends to give his hump of independence full play in mapping out his administration. There seems to be an impression in severa! states id' the Union that when a man has been in public life so long thai his own State has become tired of him he is a first rate candidate for a cabinet position or a foreign mis sion. It looks as if General Garlield would object to constructing his Cab inet out of second-hand timber, and il he does there will be a large man her of moss-backed statesmen in search of a job. Aktek long delays someot thelites are to be paid what, was allowed them under the recent treaty. Although the Indian's have been penniless all the while the money has been lying in Denver, it was thought unwise to hazard rough roads, stormy weather and an uncertain border by taking the large amouut. of treasure to them. Ti. tally on Saturday night Ute com missioner Meachain accompanied by the Uucompaghre agent and several members of the commission left Den ver wit h a ton and a half of silver, consisting of 37,000 nilver dollars. A de'achment of forty soldiers has been in waiting for a mouth, and will act as a guard to the treasure. Every man woman and child of the Indians will receive $30 each. The Uneompaghr s, whoe agency is at Los Piños, receive almost half of the entire $70,000, be ing the la gest tribe of the Ule nation The White River Utes wil' be com pelled to wait until spring for their alllowai'.ce. Likit. Gov.-elect George 11. Rob inson who was shot at the entrance io his own mine near Leadville ou Saturday last, lingered in great agony till Monday morning, when at 7 wYlork death released him from his MiU'erings. Tho press of Colorado united in paying tribute to the brave, energetic man and the Denver 7'n'b tnic voices the opinion of the people and attests the high regard in which he was held: "George I?. Robinson was strong in his friendships and gen erous in his business relations, lie possessed a singularly agreeable teiii perinent, and was a Imirably balanced. His impulses were kindly and his ac tions did not lag behind l he in. He po.-scSNcd elements which had made him a prominent figure in ttie state, ami lime and lile would have increas ed his prominence. To Summit coun ty and to Colorado he was a valuable citiy.cn. His ''death is a public loss, and no greater tribute can be paid a man than to say this and to say it. sin cerely." It is a sad commentary on t he immutability of fate, to read of the death of a man who was just ris iug to the foremost rauk of bonanza kings and who has just been elected to the second office in the state, As there is no provision in the statutes for the election or the appointment of i lieutenant-governor under such cir cumstance., the president pro tzm) the next senate will act as lieutenant governor. Until this timo Lieutenant-Governor Tabor will be in office, ns his regular term would, in nnv event, have continued until his suc cessor was declared duly elected by the legislature. First National Bani OF LAS VWiAS. I (Mitrrmnr li RaynoM rtroihor. Authorized capital. $500,000 Paid in capital, - $50,000 Surplus Fund - $10,000 pOK A v,ííNKKAI. BAMÜSU HUSINKS The Old R eliable Di u$ Store. Established 1S70. HERBERT & CO DRUGS, MEDICINES. TOILET ARTICLES, AND PERFUMERY. P It E S C It IP T 1 O Xti nvefully Compounded. :o- At Doctor Shout's Old Stand. ANDRES SENA, GENERAL MERCHANT, LOS ALAMOS, -V. -1. :o: Also Dealer in CATTLE, SHEEP, WOOL, HIDES, GRATN AND ALl Kinds of PRODUCE. ! FREIGHTING , . Freight teams always voady and freighting (loan to all parts of the Territory. Center Street , BAKEEY, A-nd Limcli Counter. (Formerly Santa Fe Bakery.) IS NOW HEADY FOll BUSINESS Largest Oven in the Territory. Will supply Las Vegas and tlie Towns along tho Road from Baton to San Marcial. Orders by letter will receive prompt at tention. HUBERT Y & ANGELL. Prices to Suit the Times. J. C. BLAKE, Manufacturi'i' and Dealer In SADDLES s HARNESS. LAS VKGAS, VFW MEXICO Oho Square South of Plaza, on Smith Siile of Pacific Street, Carriage Trimming Done to Order. The Occidental Milliard Hall! Finest in tho Oity oí Las Vegas. THE MONARCH First-clas9 bar where gentlemen will liiul the finest liquors, wines and ci gars iu the Territory; also in connec tion i. a lunch counter. Drop in and see us. Open Day and Night. LOCKE it LOCKWOOI), Proprietors: CHAPMAN HALL. Billiard' Parlor & Sample Room, THE MONARCH Tho Finest Re.wrt' in Went La9 Veas where the Very Rest Itramls of LIQUORS AND CIGARS An uonHtantly kept on linml. . PRIVATE CLUB ROOM IN CJX.NKCTION. HENItV Hit A MM, Proprietor. Imporlnnt Notice. Tor the bo clit ol our oiti.rnn who ico mu no lato copie of this paper will lie kept on tile li tin' ticket oillee of the Chiciiffu, Ilui itntfton A g Hi, cy rni romt, at ftJ Clink Hieet, CIiIimiko. 111., where they are privileged to ciilUmtmut Itln-o. jL. green, RESTAURANT ,AX N,; Something Gooa to Drmk, Lunch at any hour from 9 till 11 A. M. EAST I. AS VKliAS, - - XKAV MEXICO iii)3ltc t-.rowiieA Mnn.nnsre. J. W. LOVE, Commission Merchant, Las Veaas, New Mexico. II AY, GRAIN", POTATOES, ' APPLES, Handled in Car Lots. I'.titler, Eggs and Poultry always on hand. Cash paid m consignments. LAS VEGAS Assay Office, OF John Rol)ertson,F.S.A. Assay e 1 ', "M in in g En gin e er, RAIL ROAD AYE., Opposite Browne & Manzanares' EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. Assays of Ores Made, with Accuracy and Dispatch. Brompt Attention will ,be Paid to Orders Sent from the Various MininS Ca,Ps of tlie Territory. Examining and Reporting on Mines and Mining Claims a Specialty. All Assays Considered Confiucntial Frank J. Webber, AUCTIONEER, Has constantly on linml Horses, Mu'e, Har ness, etc. , s n I l8o linti aiiil sells ou Cummin sion. 32213X3 COX1TIÜ.IJ. Hay O'ul Grain k'pt fir salo, in laiye or small qttantiiie. líu.irt iiciwmm.i'iMtions f slock. Place of hiisiness on ütreei in rear of Naiioiinl Hotel. T. J. FLEEMAN, IERCHAIT TAILOR. ALL KINDS OF 3i til 82 & Ilepairlnis' Shop in Dold's Block, Northwest Corner of the l'laa. (jctioml l'L'líClI.V-ÍNG ST-1 A HPKCfALTV. I.AS VEGAS, - - NEW MICXtC ). CorrcsponiUvico solicitfil. liclVivncfs: Oni ric es & Cu , Now V-vk; san )I niH National Hank, J.asi Vu!;;k oten, ullar & (Ju., I.as Voraa. LAS AND VSÍTA 111 PI w Si! 3". 3C. TJElT'tB. X- ro. Hens ilnily via l.ti Liciulvc, Cluiperilo, Galli nas, Calira, I.a Cinta, aii .Hilario anil r'or UaRCom. l'assenpcr; anil Kxpress rnattrr cnrricl toanx point on the most reasonable tei'Mis flim-ly) a A. HA Til BUN Finci.1 quality of (.'twtom Work ilone in the Territory. A Kull Line of M. I). Wells &Co.' Cliicujro Mm If Roots & Shoes Coiiptiiiitly on Hand. R.ST T, VHJAS, X. M. "BILLY'S" G Northwest Cor. of the I'laza. The moM cleaiint appointed saloon in the Sotithwcsl. Tho finest liquors in the country . Mixed d,rinfcs a spec ialty. Opcu day and uiht. Philip Holzman, -DE U.I. R IX- GENERA C HAMDISE Corner of Centre Street and Grand Avenue, East Las Vegas. As complete an assortment of Mer chandise as cau be found anywhere wli.tJi will be sold at the lowest pos !ib :erates. LI YE It T SALE STABLE EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. I. Duncan, ProwV Carriages and Horses Let at Reasonable Rates. Horses and Mules "Coiiirht and Sold. Fa Tetras F. C. Ogden, Propt'r. Dressed Lumber for Sale. Lumber Surfaced to order. BASH, DOORS, BLINDS aun ui &yl o if Moulding?. Turning of all Descriptions, Newell Posts, Balustrades, Scroll sawing. CONTRACTING AND BUILDING. Work and Estimates from a dis ancc will receive prompt attention V s s H tari O 2. í! ? 3 m n CO í H OO o ir1 o CO o 1 ra m tal & til ñ rea O o - 5 oc CO o Establishment, Located on tho .street in. rear of National Hotel, No. 17, where he is prepared to do all kinds of work in his line promptly and m a workmanlike manner at reason able prices. A. 0. BOBBINS, DKAMCR IN RJ UNIT l! lili & QUE .NHWAHK. UNDUItTAKING OI1DEKS PROMPT LY MTENDEI) TO. A'ewr the Bridge, West Las Vegas. LAS VEGAS AND VI NIT A MAIL' AHD . EX! LINE. lU'NXIXU DAILY FROM FORT RASCOM li FORI' ELLIO'lT. I'Hssonura ami Kxvrusa nintwp leaving l.ae Vcffag on TiitHilnv niorniii).' will lip loiwai'ili'tl on wdukly linckliiiiiril tlirmit,'li to any miiit In the I'uu Iiau'.Uw of Texas. Cliuws rraconnlile. V, U. AL'b'l'US, i'royvintor. MER A. J. . CEAWFOED, WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCER. Las Vesras, -DEALER Fruits, Vegetables, &c., &c. We cany everything Canned Goods Line! Goods delivered free to all parts of the city. Give Us a call. H. KOMEEO & BEO'S, ERCHAMTS, Have a large and complete stock of all classes of Merchandise which they sell at bottom prices lop cash. East Side' of Plaza, Las Vegas. MEN D'ENHALL & OO FEED AND SALE STABLE Dealers in Horses and Mules, also Fiuo Busies and Carriages lor Sale Rigs for the Hot Springs and other Points of interest. The Finest Livery Outfits iu the Territory. DEALERS IX WOOL HIDES, PELTS AND FURS OABBIAGES Las Jegasi MAEGAEITO EOMEEO, -DEALER IN- Goods Sold Strictly for Cash ami at Small Profits UKAXcrr STORE AT LA CUESTA, N. M. CHAELES BLANCHAED, -DEALER IX- B VKRYTHIKTG HARDWARE, Stoves and Stove G-oocls J- SPECIALTY ! The Elastic Joint Iron Roofing always s on hand- BUY AMERICAN BARB WIRE. Francisco Baca y Sandoval ú IK a WH SX ES pSl?lwAGE:R'- BEER. IN- that is packed in the FRIEDMAN & BRO., &c BUGGIES ew Mexico. Wholesale ami Retail Dealer ii Choice Kentucky A r n t Srn Mexlao for DICK BROTHERS' ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. L V \n\n New léxico.