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Las Vegas Daily Gazette.,
i
Tucshy, September SO, 1879.
TJie XcW Field for Kansas City
Merchants in Xew Mexico
Sjiecial Correspondence of Ihe Kansas City
Journal.
Las Vegas, N. M.. Sent. 24
''The Banana Line" mases a mo
mentry stop here, but will in i
fcw days commence putting down
the iron rails toward the Rio Gran
le. They will pa-s down the Gal
Hteo river near to tho rich Los
Cerrillos mines, where gold, silver
copper and galena crops out in im
mense quantities. The A. T. & S.
F. railroad will pas3 through a con
tinual belt of rich nines from the
Cerrillos to th6 coat. Rich ns
eays, running from $200 to 500
per ton in silver are being made
from the mined at the Ceriillos and
San lia mountains, near Albuquer
que. THE RICH MINERALS
are being found the entire length
D O
of the chain of mountains running
parallel with the Rio Grande river
into Ola Mexico. West of the Rio
Gr&ndo we find, near Silver City,
Pinos Altos and Georgetown, a
rich belt of mineral and so on; ts
we pass through the range known
as tho Bute mountains we find Old
Kslstou (now Shakespeare) mines
where mineral lodes crop out and
stand several feet above the ground
At Ewell Springs, Camp Bowie,
and other points on this line west,
uro mines undeveloped that will
soon surprise the world with their
vast wealth. Oa through Sonora
and tho north-western States in
Old Mexico silver, gold und cop
per crup out on tbe surface every
where. "The Banana Line" will
have a lociil traffic in this country
that but few men have dreamed of.
Wool, hides, pelts, pheep, cattle
and fruits will go East in large
quantities,.
Merchants of your city and other
large cities will do well to "look a
littie out" for this western trade
arm remenioer you will soon be
veral hundred miles nearer to
the Old World.
Kansas City should at once
CHILD UP SMELTERS
itnd reduction works and stop some
of tho ores that will be shipped
from the va-it mineral fields in New
Mexico, Arizona and northern Old
Mexico; Send us your boots,
nhoes, clothing, dry goods, grocer
ies, hardware, notions, fleur, corn
and potatoes, and we will send you
woo!, hides, pelts, mutton, beef,
lemons, apricots, grapes, orange?,
figs, spirits of masool, iron, lead,
copper, silver ai.d gold. Ores as
they are taken from the lodes or in
bullion, ai you may direct.
Yfs, gentlemen, come out and
see for yourselves and don't forget
to step off at Las Vegas and take a
hot bath. Yes, up in a romantic
cañón six miles from our city you
will find the
POOL CF SILOAM
and tho river Jordan. Three smok
ing hot springs, large, fine hotels
and an immense bath house built of
pink colored stone. Drink of the
waters, bathe, and be ye cleansed
and healed. Mount a bronco or a
burro, gallop up the cañón, see
tho beautiful silvery mountain
streamlets, note the frisky, cum
rung trout, scale the mountain,
gather flowers and strawberiies as
you pass up and soon you will be
above timber line on "Old BaldyJ.
Button up your overcoat and be
careful you don't get swamped in a
snowdrift, cast your optics east
ward and you may fancy you see
Trinidad, Denver, Topeka, Kan
was City, and a vost plain, once
known as the Great American De
sert Turn to the north and 6ee
tho vat chain cf the Rockies rising
and fulling until you see the Span
idh peaks and the Green Horn
range and old Pike's Peak, and a
little to the left and there is anoth
er Old Bal ly, near Fort Garlatd.
Look west anil yon see Fort Win
gate and the Navajo country and
the tr.onutains about Prescott. Now
down at your feet near the base of
your mountain, look tnid you see
OLD SANTiV FE,
the oldest town in the United
Stated. A littlo west of Santa Fe
you oe a emill silvery thread down
in a deep caño'i, Tíut ii the Rio
Grondenver. mating mpm itndeB
for the nea. As you follow the
windings of this great river you
will note to the southwest of Santa
Fe a broken range of mountains
and peaks eaut of the rivtr they
are the Cerrillos, Pit cere and San
dia mountains, reaching down to
the Organ mountains that extend
into Old Mexico.
Now, iir, do not get fXiited; 1
shall not offer you all this land of
mountains, plains, river-, valleys,
and mesas to fall down on thi mow
bonk and flatter me tor my gaod
frieñ J. I aca not o poor as you
may think I am. I do not own
part of it. I want none of their
Spanish grants, nor Mex-can
trrants. My kind of Grant is U. S.
Grant, who is the coming man our
nxt President, "Mack."
THE CCKREXCY QITENTIO.V.
Notwithstanding the tact that thousands .four
Itconlc ure at present w-orrvlnji themselves ul
most to death overthis vexed inicsiion, even to
i lie extent 1 neiileetins their lni-liiess, tneir
ami homes their dittv to their families, there are
still thousands uiwm thousands of smart, hard
workinir, lniellifrent men inurinp info the great
Arkansas Valley", the Garden ol the West, where
Ihe Atchison, Xopekn & Santa Ke Itailroad oi
lers them their choice of 2,ro0,0t)O aeres ot the
llnest lavmintf lands in the world at almost their
own priced. U ou do not believe it, wnic to
the ntidersiirned. who will tell you where you
can get a cheap land exploring tU:kei, and how,
at a moderate expense, you can sec for yoursel.
niul be convinced.
V. V. WHITK,
General Passenger and Tlc'ir Agent,
, Topekii, Kunas
T1K LIJbE, Mall
mul
SANTA FE tO PRESCOTT.
Shortest, Quickest and Cheapen
routé to Arizona.
Runnins a through daily conveyance for 1'iie
sonjrurs', Express, and mall from santa Fe, X.
M. to l'rescott Arizona in four days. The short
est ami quickest route to Fort WinfMlc and Fort
Peliance, N. M , and ( amp Apache, Mormon
Sptilements on Lit lie Colorado River, Camp
Verde, Mohan, and Hit mining di.-tricls of
Ulobe. Tombstone, and l'rescott Arizona.
E. A. FISK, Santa Fe, Attorney & Mn'prr.
Las Vegas & Las Cruces
Via Anion Chico, Gallinas
Springs, Santa Jiostt, Puerto lc Lit
an, art Hinacry , Homed!, Lincoln,
Fort Stanton, South Fork and Tu
larosa. Carries Passengers and Express on
Reasonable Terms.
C.COSGHOYE.
Proprietor.
Eafjle Saw Mill
AND
BY-
T. HOMERO & WOOTTEN,
PEE THOUSAND.
at their Lumber Yard, at the planning Mill of
JOSin B. Woollen,
CSTLcave your orders at the store of
T. Romero Bro's., & Son.
Las Vkgas,
New Mex
Brookside Cottage!
This TTouse hns been newly refurnished
throughout. Rooms well ventilate.i and oliecr
ful. Everything conneetcd with the establish
ment clean, uomlorlubie and ittiraetivp.
THE TABLE INVITING.
The patronage of the traveling pub'
lie is invited,
JUDGE S. A. IIÜBBELL, Prop.,
La Vega$ & M,
EXCHANGE EXCHANGE
HOTEL, HOTEL,
EXCHANGE
HOTEL.
AND
United
United
States
States
Forage
Foracie
Agency
Agency
T,AS VEGAS, NKW MEXICO.
LAS VEGAS. NEW MEXICO
This hotel has been newly
and offers
refitted
SUFERTOR ADVANTAGES
SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES
FOtt
FOB
THE ACCOMMODATION
THE ACCOMMODATION
OF
OF OP
OP
THE TRAVELING rUTlTJC.
'HIE TRAVELING l'UBLJC.
rm.THE BILLIARD ROOM
.TIIE BILLIARD ROOM
B THE BILLIARD ROOM
has first-class Tables, and
THE FAR
THE LAR
bar THE BAR
Till!
THE BAR THE BAR
Is ahvnvs supplied wilb the very
Is always supplied with the very
BEST LIQ1IOKS, CIGARS, ETC ,
BEST LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC.,
BEST LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC,
FEED
FEED
FEED
CORRAL
CORRAL
CORRAL
AND
LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED
LIVE ilY STABLE ATTACHED
FORAGE KEPT ON II NO.
r'OKAOK Klil'T ON J I N 1 .
i'OKAUIS KEI'T UN HAND.
Charles Emil Wesche, Proprietor.
Charlea Emil Wesche, 'Proprietor.
Charlea Emil Wesche, Proprietor.
JEWETFS HOTEL
(CHAA. lLFKI.D'S SEW BUILDING),
Chas. Jewett, Proprietor.
The Lnrgest und'best House in the Territory
and hufi the best of Accommodations for Travel
era. Attached to (he house are Fine Stables and
Córrala. AlHoaNo. 1 Bar; with tito choicest of
liquors and cigars and a New Style Billiard
Table.
HERBERT & CO
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
TOILET ARTICLES,
AND PERFUMERY.
PRESCRIPTIONS carefully
Compounded.
:o:-
At Dr. Shout's Old Stand.
E
PLANING- MILL.
LAS VEGAS,
The Undersigned is prepared to
to Order, such as
Surfacing, hatching, Working Flooring & Ceiüng, Mouldings
and Everything Pertaining toa Building.
DRESSED OK ROUGH LUMflFR, FOR SALE.
JOHN B. W0OTTEM.
Wholesale and
NATIVE & EASTERN LGMBKlt,
SASH DOOKS AND
ESS1!
B3Ejia:3?ar23E3.
Mouldinp;s,"Sidimr.
ing, Paints, ami
inr Paper. Etc., Paint brushes,
Plaster Paris, Piaster, J lair and
Cement.
WillGtceExtiiiurt.es
ttri m
fi-KS'S H 9
m Orders müecí
rm
Country Dealers will do well to call on us before purchasing Elsewhere.
RAILROAD AVE. EAST LAS VEfiAS K M
South Second Street, West
DEALER IX
HARDWARE
mi
JL !
Special attention paid
Will furnish tin, put Standing Groove
of any size, made to order.
Sheet-iron Stoves, both Heating anh
Sheet-iron, Planished Copper
The well-known firm of
BURDETTE & SMITH
í.'.'.'.'T:, W.i,Yo.i'k' ,mS thc 'n"n"fneliira of sloves their stud v for 33 years, and
" . f '"w inoHU-.m..,!..,., V...ikinB uU Heating Stoves ver made
are lor either Wood or Coul, mul lor ale by
WI, w
MY
11 A KD W AKE ÍAiD JPKE8SE B WARE
is obtaindedfrom the. well-kno wn firm of
QILOITS HABDWABE CO., ST. LOTJIS. MO.
who have tne largest itock of any Jinn West of the Mississippi.
r
M.
do all kinds of Planing Mill Work
Retail Dealers in
Oilinir. Floor-
OH.. ilas, Uuild-
on all .Kinds oj jf
mm
if s 3 ST .O"'
3
-OX-
Las Vegas, New Mexico.
T
SHEET-IRON.
to Hoofing and Spouting,
or Flat Seam for $10.00 per
Square
Cookinq, made to order Gal,
and Pressed Ware of all Icinds
(tlcanized.
now oiler to
Tle bloves
w uk Éss aiJI i

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