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Las Vegas morning gazette. (Las Vegas, N.M.) 18??-1881, December 16, 1880, Image 3

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L" s Vegas s Da8 Ga?ette. i
'i llUl'SD AY DKCEMIIEU, 1C, 1880.
Kportn.
"To draw, or not todiaw, that Is tliequctuu.
Whether Ml safer in the player to take
Thy awful n-1: of skinning lot a slraight,
r, stnndlnjc iat, to rai.-o 'em nil the limit.
And thus, by bluffing, (,'t.t It. To draw to fktn:
No more ami lr that skin to get a full
r two atr. or (he fattest bouncing king
Tli.. t luck is lieir to 'tis a coriMimmulioii
Devmitiy tobe wished To draw to akin;
To skin! perchance, to litirfttheru's the rub!
For In the draw of three what cards may conic
When wc have bliulnVd off tho uucertaiii pack,
Miint give us pause There's the respect
Which makes calamity ofa bob-iail flush,
For who could bear the overwhelming blind,
The recklessstraddle, the Wait on iho edge
Tho Insolence of put hands, . d the lifts
Th t pa lent merit of tin- binder takes.
When he hlmseli might ba much better off
lly simply pa.-lng? What woidd trays uphold,
And so put on a muail progre sive raise,
I!nt that the dread of something afUr call,
'I he undisc vcred uc.i loll, to whose sirength
such ands must bow, puzzl s the will
And makes us rather keep the chips we hare
Thau be curious about the hand we know not of?
I bus blalling doih muku cowards of us all,
Ad tnus the native hue ofa four-heart Hush
Is sicklied v th sonie dark mid cussedrluu,
And speculators in ti jack pot's wealth.
With tills regard their intere.it turn away,
And lose the right to open."
New York Graphic,
A IIoggiHh Jamboree.
All tlie hogs ami pius on Joseph
Pci rin' ranch, four miles below town
went on a I ij; bowler on Wednesday,
which happened in this wise: Sever
al casks ol' native wine which had
been placed outside of the house nud
facing t he barnyard, and it is suppos
ed that some oí' (he boos iu nibbing
against one ot the casks knocked out
the spigot and caused the contents to
runout. The wine formed a pool in
p. depression in the ground, and ar
rouud it all the hogs, little and big,
about 1 ho premises, to the number of
about thirty, congregated and drank
heir MI, and before anv person
ibout the place was aware as to what
bad happened, all the porkers were
drunk and going through the queerest
antics imaginable. Some were frisky
and full of play, olhersbeligerent and
swaggering around huntiugup fights;
omo mennd'erine; around in au im
becile way, walking in corkscrew
style and tumbling over the least ob
struction that lay iu their path, while
several of the larger hogs, that had
inanaied to get ou the heaviest loads,
were drunk and incapable of motion.
Those who saw this queer perfor
mance sav that it was the most apt il
lustration of the saying ''drunk as a
bog," that, they ever witnessed, while
the inebriates acted wonderful'y like
lui'nausiu a similar debiuch.' The
hogs were all ''blind drunk" before
they could drink up all the wine, and
toe balance of the grape juice was
turned into a tcmperauce beverage
by turning a stream of water on it.
The hogs were all blear-eyed and stu
pid ou the following day, and from
their actions seemed to say that their
"hair pnllpd dread fully," Gross
Valleij, California, Union.
A Mory About .Senator Jioi so.v.
t'olonel Kalph P.umb, of St real or,
I ells this anecdote of Dorsey: "I was
at home ou leave of absence at the
timo of the battle of Stone Hi ver. Dor
sey name was among the list of
killed, as reported by telegraph.
Chauncey Wack, Dorsey's father-in-law,
came to me, as I v as starling to
the. front, to have the body cared I'm
and sent home at his expense. At
Louisville I purchased a coffin and
bad it shipped to Nashville. On my
arrival at Nashville I started for
army headquarters, to make inquiries
!ibut the corpse, and the vry first
man J met galloping through the
streets was Dorsev. I told him I had
a colli u for him at the landing, and
insisted tin his taking it off my bands,
as it might come bandy, bui be de
clined to do so, protesting that be had
never ordered il. However, I opened
negotiations ' with an undertaker,
which resulted in my getting my
in niev back, and some oilier bov in
Lino sleeps the last sleep iu the coffin
intended for Dorsev."
A Strange lMsappenrnnoo.
Everyone win, has sailed down Un
winding and tortuous channel of
l'ugt sound could not but have
marked, when opposite New Taeoina,
i lie t-pur or projection which shot tip
from the top of .Mount Rainier; to the
old inhabitants and persons familiar
with the 'opography of the mountain
itwaskf,owi as the "pack-saddle,"
and was, in irnlh, one Of the chief at
tractions about the peak. Duriii': the
past couple of weeks the mountain
hvi been hid from view by the heavy
masses of clouds which encircled it.
The other day, liovever, it emerged
from them and stood out in all its
grandeur, but to the surprise of one
and all, I he '"pack-saddle" had disap
peared, and now the question is:
"What has become of it?" Old resi
dents of the vicinity appear to think
ihat it has fallen into the crater. -Portland
(Or.) Standard
m .
OdIn nn (I EntlM.
Chicago is goiug to have a $:00,000
European plan hotel.
Mr. Garfield can write with both
hands at once, his left handwriting
being irom right to left.
When the baby cries for "bread'' it
3k the most natural thing in the world
for the mother to give it a rock.
Kcv. Robert Collyer thinks that a
great and good newspaper isa sacred
in its own way as the Bible. Ho is a
constant reader of t lie great religious
rtailv.
Mrs. Helen E. Cunninsrham, of El
jniro, has recovered $700 from a liquor
firm, the complaint being nu injury to
means of support in consequence of
liquor sold her husband.
SAN MIGUEL
NATIONAL BANK
OF LAS VEGAS,
; LAS VEGAS,
3ST- ML
i Jacob Cross, Miguel A. Otero,
tawnier. I'resi ient.
I ALTIIORI.KIt CAPITAL, $2ou,oou.
PA 1 D UP CA PITAL, $50,(KK).
j .Miguel A. Otero, Jostph Itosenwald,
I Kmantiid llosemvald Jacob Gross,
j. Andres Sena, Lorenzo Lopez,
liavid WInlernlU.
Rosenwala' s Buildin g.
noes a general Hanking Business. Draft.
for sale on the princl al cities ofGreatBritaln
and th C in. inent of I- urope. Correspondenci
solii ited.
:
Hew Store! Uew Goods!
WJlaim Giileraaii
HAS OPENED A STOCK OF
(iKXEHAT.
MERCHANDISE
-AT-
Ft. Bascom, - New México.
A Full ARoi tnii'iit in evury Line, which will
lie Hold at Las Yc,uas laloes, Freight added.
Eagle Saw Mills
AND-
LUMBER Willi
-ItY-
T. Romero & Son,
KpLoave J'ur orders at the stove of-3
T. Homero k Son.
Las Vru as.
New Mexico.
"THE WHITE"
b tp- -
Lightest lltmning
xror ixx33 wonLD .
Almost Xoisclcsa Xew, and in )ierl'ect order.
WM. . . ALLISON,
f, AST I, As VEO
To 1 ISrMue on the Itio r -ntlc.
The liridit lmili liy Hie " I'.eiM ili do Hrlduc
Coiiii:iiiy" at'i'oM t'H! Itio Urande opposite the
town ol vii n 1 i 1 1 is now open fur the public
ir.on I l''ollrivim:ai-e tlieriiu's oi toll e.stab.iwheii
in Hie coiiipnny, viz:
Peopleon t nit. for each. 8 .0f
I'rop.c on linrseliai k. lor each IS
Heavy wagons, loailed. Tor each 1.00
Heavy wagón, not mailed, lor each 15
l.inlit waong loaded, for each 7.i
l.'jilit wKjfons, notl iailed, lor each, 5 i
iiml I slock per head (13
Lai estotk, per head 03
"itmll stock, per head, from 00 to 100 bead,
each 02
sin ill slock . Irom 10) to 00(1 liend. each 01
Sniull slock, from mm to 1.0: 0 head, each, ,'i
small tuck. Ir ni l,00:i head upwards
Wagons, carts, and wood, goinjf and re-
viii'iiiiiK, with two iinimaiB, 20
Ihuubuve, with four animals, 40
J. II. I JCHE A, I'reiident.
$100 Howard for Tomncnii.
Tho above reward will bo paid by to Mora
County stock Grower- Association of Mora Co.
New Mexico, tor Hie Rirest and del ive y to the
proper authorities at Mora Cmintv .1 ait of
TOM UK AN alias ToM CUMMIXGS,
from Armeota, Red Itiver, N. M ., Tor stealing
cattlo. Dean when last heard from was at one
of tho Nam.w GuaRe Kail lioad camin at Hlo
Arribu county, New Mexico.
A STANDING KliWAItO OF $S0 IS OF
FKRED. For th arre3t and convictlou ofnnyTniF.F
who ha stolon Stock from any member of tho
Mora County Stock Growers Association, and
$100 REWARD
Will bo paid for information which will lead
to the conviction of Havers of Stolen Stock,
STOCK eUOVKRH ASSOCIATION,
Mr wiry, ', M
Aim Yf ÍWmññ
GRAND VIEW HOTEL,
The Best Accommodations that can be found
in the Territory.
TO AJSTD FROM ALL TRAINS.
Browne & Manzanares,
WHOLESALE GKOCEKS,
FOW-AEDIlsTG
AND
COMMISSION
H..A.S YEG
ORE
Wholesale and
General Merchandise,
COTTItTTIR PRODUCE
TRAIN OUTFITTERS.
Las Vegas,
O-O TO THIS
CENTRAL DRUG STORE !
For Fresh Drugs, Chemicals, Paint Oils, FaLul
Medicines, Brushes, Combs, Fine Soaps, Perfum
eries, Toilet Articles of every description, Whole
sale and Retail.
Physicians' Prescriptions a Specialty !
Cintra! Drug Store, Main st. between East and Wesj
Las Vegas, New Mexico.
. Mace Criswold, & Co., Prop'rv
THE MII.TI.lt BUTTES
ING & DEVELOPMENT
oojvr3E-A.:N"sr
SÁXTA FE, - NEW MEXICO
JSMliS A FICKETT, President,
J. P. SPRINGER, Superintendent.
ELLIOTT CP. .SSOX, Tre.murer,
II. A. MONFORT, Secretary.
tiVUEAV OF MIXiya INÍ011MAT1OS
All ar cordially invited to visit ourofli.e
and mipec the miner.il of he Territory.
Mining property bought and sold.
BO C OX 3D ESaNTI" ja-Xj B
1LLIARD HALL
Finest iu tho City oí Las Vegas.
ir."irr"i
THE MONARCH
First-class bar where eut lumen will
find the finest liquors, wines and cl
ears iu the Territory; also in .connec
tion is a lunch counter. Drop in and
ace ua.
Open Day and Night.
LOCKE & LOCKWOOl),
Proprietors.
Frank J. Webber,
AUCTIONEER,
Has constantly eu hand Horses, Mules, Har
ness, etc., and 1 leo buys arid sells
on Commission.
PEED OOHHAIj.
Hay and Grain kept for salo in largo or small
quantities. Good accommodations for stock.
Placo of business on stveel In rear of National
Hotel,
T
MERCHANTS
- AS, ZLT. IMI.
Retail Dealer in
iew Mexico.
A. 0. BOBBINS,
DEALER IX
FURNITURE
A XI)
QUEENSWARE
under taking oudkus prompí
ly xttendkd to.
Near the Bridge, Went Las Vegas.
WILLIAM BORDER
Dealer in
HAEDWAEE
r;m? 'jm: lar 9
STOVES, PU.FS
AND
SHE EI T.1VK8
Jlooflittt and Spoutlnff a Spictalty.
ALUrQUERQl'E, . XEW MEXICO.
Kecelvinsr Goods every day, and a car-load
of stoves en ronte froot the laiprest ranire to
the smRllent cook itov.
JAFFA BROTHERS'
-STOCK OF.
NEW WINTER GOODS!
Boots & Shoes
02 5?
WE NOW 1IAY-K Our Stores
filled of all kinds of Good for
tl'C Winter I'rade and invite the peo
ple of I. as Ve as and viciniiy to ex
amine our slock b.fore purchasing
eNewherc. AV- have a large stork of
everything appertaining 10 Genernl
Menhnndise. As ihe varieties are
too numerous to mentioii,we prefer
showing our customers our stock in
the store rather than in the newspaper.
"NTo trouble to show goods. Call and
see us. JAFFA BROS.,
East and West Las Vegas.
O
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A
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Clothing for Men and Boys,
Las Vegas, ,'etu Mexico.
Full Line of General Merchandise.
OliDEHS FROM
Southern ColoradOj New Mexico, and Arizona Solicited
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
SAMUKI, P.. WATI.'OITS
S.B.WATEOUS&SON
Cattle, Hay, (irivin,
WATROUS, -
I'onslmimt'iitsof FnURlit aud Cattlo lor and from the Red River Conn try Convoved at Watrr.n.
Rail lioad Depot Uood Roads from Red River via Aljrnn Hill. Uist anca from Fort BascZ!
to Watrou SámllcB.
M. BRUNSWICK,
Wholesale and
Genera
OUTFITTING GOODS.
M'EST SiDK OF PLAZA,
LAS VEGAS, - - MEW MEXICO.
Iffpccial inilucfimcnts to cash buyers, as wo .-ell no goods on tlme.s
J. tiOSENWALD & GO
WHOr-KSAMO AX I)
General Merchandise
Am OUTFITTING GOODS.
Wool Hides, Pelts and Produce general, bought for Cash or exchanged a I
murkpf wires.
THE GREAT
NORTH SIDK
LAS VEGAS, JXD
Las Vegas,
t. f. c1l111i91.v.
Will be Kept as a
Provdina good table, good
The Traveling Public
The Saint
of the Best Make
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JOSKPH B. WATKOUS.
merchants
DKADKR8 IX-
Flour und Town Lots,
- IEW MEXICO
Retail l.)ealer in
-AND-
RETAIL DKALKR IK
EMPORIUM
-OF-
LFELID
OF PLAZA.
S TO It K AX BJl i
icholas Hotel,
New Mexico.
proprietor
First-class Hotel,
attention, fine Wines, etc.
are cordiaili incited.
1 Mercliaiirlifíe

XjAS vegas, oxr. 3VT.
OTERO, SELLAR & CO.
Wholesale and

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