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Las Vegas Daily Gazette
Sunday, September 28, 1879.
The Iíailioari Conference-
The railroad magnates were caucus
ing all da- yesterday, and until late
last . uiglit. A News re porter learned
that one of the interested parties to the
conference had elated that the meet
ing had resulted in nothing, through
Ihe refusal of the Santa Fe, represent
ed hv Mr. W. 15. Strong-, to consent to
any negotiations that Mould lessen
their claims to the Rio Oraude.
it is known that nothing positive
was accomplished yesterday.
Air. (iould and Mr. Clark are hoth
anxious to make some sort of einicable
arrangements, but all their efforts in
that (iireetion have thus far failed.
Vesterdav's News.
Jay flould returned from the mount
ains on the '23d; Manager Strong ar
rived on the Kansas Pacific; President
Palmer and the hanker, Mu-rrisha'i'er,
came up from Pueblo. A conference
was held in room 46, Grand Central,
beginning at nine o'clock and continu
ing till midnight. The Tribune has it
from the best authority that terms
have been arrived at and that Jay
ííould has gained and accepted con
trol of the main line of the Rio Gran
de. More than this it is not desired
should be made public at present.
Gov. I'ross, of the Chicago Tribune
informed the writer, the other day.
that he had discovered, on the fariii
ot Deacon James Ilollister, at Kinsley,
Kan., a grain yet unknown to Ame
rican acriculture that is destined
(as the Governor expresses it) to be
come, in the near future, of more im
portance to Colorado and the arid
plains of the west than all of her gold
and silver mines combined. The grain
was imported from the rainless coun
try on the Upper Nile in JOgypt, Mr.
Ilollister has raised about iivc acres
oí it this year, and it produces in the
neighborhood ot sixty bushels to the
acre. He terms it "rice or Egyptian
corn." It will tlourish anywhere upon
these dry plains without irrigation,
and is tully equal in quality to Ame
rican corn or barley. Trinidad JVetcs
llobert Lindsay, Esq., in company
with Mrs Samuel Hull, started for
New Mexico last Monday night. Sev
eral Marshalltown men have gone on
before and others arelo follow after
to make their fortunes in that country.
We hope the Lord will smile upon
ihcin, but have our doubts about His
jurisdiction extending over that bar
ren waste of rocks and cactus. The
Jlarslttd a) Statesman.
Have no doubts Mr. Statesman the
Lord is everywhere.
Passenger trains on the Denver and
South Park road, arc rimuingto Gui
riiid's the latest terminus. The dis
tance from Denver, is 104 miles, and
the fare is 10.40 cents. Tl?e through
fare from Denver to Leadyille will be
$16.
'Woman is a delusion, madam," ex
claimed a crusty oldbacliclor toa wit
ty young lady. ''And man is. always
hugging some delusion orother," was
the quick retort.
Tt being claimed by one of the ster
ner sex that man was made first and
lord of creation, the question was
asked by an indignant beauty how
long ho remained lord of creation.
"Till he got a wile," was the answer.
Too much refuiejnent is bad. Call a
San Francisco mau square, and he
likes it: but a líoslon man of culture,
who called a Friscau quadrilateral,
promptly got tilled with buck-shot.
i'oston J'ont.
Tí IK VKRY BKST LIXE TO THE EAST.
KANSAS PACIFIC RAIL'Y
SOLID ADVANTAGES I
SHORT. Thi Line East is 1H miles shorter
than any oilier line lroni Denver to Kansas City.
(JUH 'K. It makes n-veral hums quicker time
from Denver Eut than any other line.
(.'UK. VP. The road that saves time is the
cheapo-1 route to tike.
It ATES. No other line offer lower rates than
the Kaunas I'acille Hallway oilers.
SLI'KKIJI.Y l.l'llTEi"). Its Supcrl) Pull
man Slcepinii l'alaces, elegant Day (.loache-,
second Clans anil Smoking Lars, with tilt mod
ern improvements nre un.-nrpassed.
KNTIKE TWAIN w Its entire trains run from
Denver to Khiikih City without chantre of either
iia-senters, lmi:i! '!;e. 'express matter or mull.
SAVES AND i i. A INS. It saves time, conse-
mentlv moiiev : ami lieinvr shorter and quicker
lía i ii s fho advanlairu of more certain connections !
lit Kan-as City or Leaven worth with all the
.Ka-tcrn mini.'
CON N K( 'I'll N's. The Kansas Pacific connoe
umis at Kuiinis City and Leavenworth arc direct
mid perfect in every way, the through baaKe
sirntnjreir.enN are complete, and hpuclal atteii
lion l inven to all the wants of i ra velen.
S.T.s.MITH.
Receiver & (en. Snpt..
Kansas City .Mo.
Denver vüiio Grande R, K.
T.n: only and almost direct line to and from
DENVER, COLOR DO sl'RINUS,
max nor,
Canon, Leadvilie, Silver Cliff,
EL MORO, TRINIDAD, ALAMOSA,
And all l'oinls in the
8 AN .IL'.VX C I N I RV,
Kol'TIIi'.RN COLORADO,
AND NEW MEXICO.
Co unco tiiiii at I'nelilo with the Atrlii-on, 'lo
in ki and -Miiii'iKe Railway lor all points North,
J.n-i. S .iilh and Wet.
IhiiMi-li Tii-lt"i- ii s.le at all the principal
'non. Eiei.'lil and I'afi-entrer Rales are as
). ,v in (lie lowe.il . S. R. .VIWlE, '
Gun J Freight and Ticket Aent.
jX'imr, Colorado.
g. THE CTIHIEXCY QUESTION.
fftvllli-il:inilliii? the luct tlmt thousand -font
icoilc are at jiiirsent wurrytnir tliemxclvea til
moot to death verthis vexed ueliun, even to
i lio extent I' iii-j-'lei.-tintf Iheir lu.-ii;ess, their
it 1 1 I honicstlioir litty to their families, there are
still thousand njmn thousaml of ttmart. hard
working, inii'lli(renl men iiuiinp into the great
Arkansas Vullcv, the (jtirdenot Ihe West, where
the Atchison, 'l'oivku V: Santa Ke Iiailroad oi
lers them their choice of 2,n0,(j0 acres ot the
Hncst farming lands in the world at almost their
own (iviecs. It jou do not believe 11, write to
the undersigned, who will tell you where you
can got a chcaji land exploring ticket, and how,
at a moderate expense, yon can see for yoursel
and lie convinced.
W. F. WHITE,
General Passenger and Tick' Agent,
Toiicka, K tin us
jÍYE, Mall
and
Transportation Co.
SANTA FE to PRESCOTT.
Shortet, Quickest and Cheapeej
route to Arizona.
Rnnniiitr a through dally conveyance for Pas
sengers Express, and mall from Santa Fe, N.
M. to i'rescott Arizona in four days. The short
est and quickest route to Fort Wiiifjate and Fort
Detiance, N. M , and Camp Apache, Alormon
Srtllcments on Lit lie Colorado River, Lamp
Verde, .Mohara, and the minin;f districts of
Globe. Tombstone, and I'rescott Arizona.
E. A. FISlv, Santa Fe, Attorney & Mn'gr.
Las Vegas & Las Cruces
U. S. MAEIa JjM'E
Via Anton Chico, Gallinas
Springs, Sania Pom, Puerto de Lu
na, orl umiery , Pos well, Lincoln,
Fort Stanton, South Fork and Tu
la rosa.
Carries Pasfciificrs and Express on
Reasonable Term.
C. COSGROVE.
Proprietor.
Eagle Saw lili
AND
LUMBER YAR
ÜY-
T. HOMERO & WÜOITEN,
PER THOUSAND.
at their Lumber Yard, at the planning Mill of
JOlm B.Wootten,
5T'Leavc your orders at the store of
T. Romero Bro's., & Son.
Las Vegas,
New Hex
T. 1. LOFTUS,
PltOPHIETOIt
Emmett Saloon,
Cor. Center St. and Grand Av.,
EAST LAS YE; 4S,
K. M.
Milwaukee Bcor on Or.ift; Ltirc Seliooncrs
ehiucu Wmus and Llquei'ts. Call unit Kec him.
Brookside Cottage!
Tins ItoU60 hB8 been newly return tailed
throughout. Roomn well veiilllate.i and ehecr
ful. Everytliiiif? connoetcil with the cstubliííh
meut cleun, cuniiortahie iiml utiractive.
THE TABLE INVITING.
The patronage of the traveling pub
lic is invited.
JUDGE S. A. I1UBBELL, Prop.,
m vcgat ,v. m.
EXCHANGE EXCHANGE
HOTEL, HOTEL,
EXCHANGE
HOTEL.
AND
United States Foragk Aoency
United States Foraoe Agency
' L VS VKUAS, NEW MEXICO.
LAS Eli AS, NEW MEXICO
This hotel has been newly refitted
and offers
SUPERIOR APVANTAGES
BUPEHIOR ADVANTAGES
THE ACCOMMODATION
THE ACCOMMODATION
FOR
POll
OF
OF OF
OF
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC.
THE TRAVELING PLIHJU.
THE BILLIARD ROOM
fiB-THE BILLIARD ROOM
THE BILLIARD ROOM
hag (i)t-elaas Tlle5, ami
THE BAR the ta it THE B A K
THE UAR the bah THE BAR
Is ahvavs supplied with Uto very
Is always supplied with tlie very
BEST LIQTIOKS, CIOARS, ETC,
besi Liyuor.s, cigars, etc.,
BEST LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC ,
FEED CORRAL
FEED CORRAL
FEED CORRAL
AND
LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED
I, IVE LiY STABLE A TT A C11ED
KOUAGE KEPT 'N II XH.
FORAGE KEPT ON lt.M.
EOUAGE KEPT OS HAND.
Charles Emil Weeche, Proprietor
Charles Emil Wesche, Proprietor.
Chufles Emil Wesche, Proprietor.
JEWETFS HOTEL
fCHAS. ILFELD'S SEW BUILDING),
JvtffS VegtSi JE.
Chas. Jewett, Proprietor.
The LarftcM iintt'licst House H the Territory
nix! hns the best of Aceommoilations for Tmivel
eis. Atliuhcil to tbc house nre Fine ftubles and
CoithIh. Also a No. 1 Bur; with tho choicest n(
li(uors und etgarg and n New Style Bllliarrt
Tnble.
HERBERT & CO
DRUQS, MEDICINES,
TOILET ARTICLES,
AND PERFUMERY.
PEE SOU TPTl OXS carefully
Compounded.
:o:
It Dr. Shout's Old Stand.
PLANING- MILL.
LAS VEGAS,
The Undersigned is prepared to do all h inds of Planing Mill Work,
to Order, such as
Surfacing, Matching, Working Flooring & Ceiling, Mouldings
and Everything Pertaining to a Building.
DRESSED OE ROUGH LUMBFR FOR SALE.
JOHN B. WOOTTEN.
Wholesale and
NATIVE & EASTERN IJ
SASH DO(KKAÑÍ)
MtMildinírtsNdiir, Ceiliiur, Floor
ii;. Taints, and Oils. (üa-s. Miihl
iii í; Taper. Eve., Taint Trashes,
Plaster Paris, Tlastcr, Hair and
Cement.
Will Give Enliiimles
!3wo SIS
i a at. an.
EM Orders FU'SeM '
-OX-
Comilry Dealers will do well to call 0:1 us before pun liasing- Illso where.
RAILROAD AVE. EAST LAS VEOAS N M
IS
South Second Street, 77est Las Vegas, Hew Mexico.
DEALER IX
HARDWARE, TIN, SHEET-IRON
7ANC and
Special attention paid to
Will furnish tin, put Standing Groove
of any size, made
Sheet-iron Stores, both Heating ank
Sheet-iron, Planished Copper
The well-known llrni of
BURDETTE & SMITH
Troy, Sew Vork, h8 made the munnrnctnrn of Ht..vvs then-stinlv for ?,T, years, mid now oiler in
- !!!,,U l,lil.U1i'1 "I' 'klnB '! Heatins Moves ver nnnle. The Ltóves
are lor either V ood or toul, und lorsuleby oi"-s
WI, M
MY
HARDWARE AHÍDI
is obtainded from the ivtll-knoicn Jirmof
SIMOITS ilJVKID-WKH CO., ST. LOUIS. lLO.
who have trie largest stock of arty firm West of the Msshtippi.
Retail Dealers In
on all Kinds of
J
COPPER.
Roofing and Spouting
or Flat Seam for $10.00 per Srjuaro
to order.
CooTcing, made to order. Galvanized
and l'rcs.sed Ware of all kinds.
TO
WARE
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