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THE LAS VEGAS GAZETTE THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 6, 1886.
ga toga gaUg feritr. ISTABLtSHID IKS. PIERCE, HARDY WAHSEH. PTBLI8BID Daily, Ircirr Sundays. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE. T mail roer aoi mía : Datlr.br mail, on year $10 00 Dslly, by mill, si months, 6O0 Dally, by mall, three months, 1 60 Dallv, by oarrler. per week K Remit by draft on Las Ve;ai, poatofllce mon ey order or registered letter. II tent other wlae we will not bo responsible tor miscar riage. Addrem, flBUCB, IIAKDY WARNER, Las Vegas, New Mexico. Specimen coplea sent free on application. Advertising ratea made known on applloa- tion. BRANCH Orl'ICE. Corner Sixth and Douglas streets, with A. A. AJ.H. Wise, real estate. Ts Correspondents) of Tke tiasefle CorrespondenU of The Gazitti will forward Immediately all important news items by wire wbrn available, otherwise by earliest mall or eipreas service. THURSDAY EVENING. MAY C. The laws which the Anarchists de spise are stronger than they a truth which many -of them have not been able to grasp. St. Louis holds up its hands in hor ror. Railway troubles, riots, para' lyzing of business, are now all secon dary matters with her people. The beer supply is likely to be shut oft' The 14,000 employes of the breweries there are in the swim, and are about to enjoy the fashionable amusement of the day by going out on a strike, The labor problem will never be solved for the benefit of the laborer while he allows the agitatorwhoseone idea is destruction of property and the dissipation of wealth, to represent his cause. The Herr Mosts are bold in speech on account of the "laissei faire" sentiments toward such men of the communities wherein they are tolerated. Speech even in the freest country under the sun that tends to subvert and destroy the reason of the 'rmsses in times of popular excite ment ought to be promptly sup pressed, the same as any public evil The jim politicians throughout the east are improving the shining hour. Mr. Fowderly now thinks he sees a necessity for the Knights of Labor to enter the political field. The devel opments of the present agitation make it appear to the chief of the Knights that some remedy must be employed to change the machinery of the law which operates in the inter esta of the employer, according to the notions of the employes. This son timent among the employes is excit ing the attention of the politicians and the keen-witted among them are formulating bills and introducing them in the legislatures in behalf of the working man. The plan proposed by Governor Ross for a re-apportionment of the ter ritory is most commendable. The re apportionment will be based on the census returns, and if it shall appear from the returns that the governor's plan may be somewhat in favor of the democratic host, the gentlemen of re publican pattern should content themselves with the recollection that previous to the year 1884 the re-apportionment plan was a favorite remedy throughout various portions of the country in bunching votes that ulti mately made the senate of the United States largely republican. What has the national sanction of a great party xhould certainly be tolerated in dis franchised New Mexico, especially so when the dominant party has the votes. The long drawn out musicale of a few journals in New Mexico for the purpose of making the official life of Governor Ross and Secretary Lane a somewhat uncomfortable one is a very dispirited song considered either as amusement or instruction. These gentlemen are performing their duties in a manner creditable to themselves and for the interests of the people they were placed here to serve. New Mexico needs at the present hour from the press here unwearied labor in behalf of the territory's develop ment as a wealth producer. The fu ture of New Mexico lies with her peo ple; they can make it take rank with any western state or territory. Abuse of men, jeering at officials, and show ing the world on the outside as well as at home that we are concerned more about petty likes and dislikes of a personal nature, than in building up the good name of the common wealth and making ourselyes worthy of statehood will never accomplish good for the people. THE TERRITORIAL IAIII. The territorial fair, to be held at Albuquerque, September next, is an institution in which every person in Now Mexico should take prido and give to it a cordial support. An exhi bition of the products of New Mexico comprising the minerals of the earth, the fruits of the soil, the products of the ranch and the work of her artis ans, is the best advertisement the ter ritory can have. We are all benefited alike in bringing the resources of tbe country to the attention of the peo ple everywhere. New Mexico nee'ds a larger populttiou, and to secure im migration the people here must be keen sighted enough to support every agency that promises to stimulate the incoming of men and money. We need to throw off provincialism also and recognize the fact that what is beneficial to one is beneficial to all. An honorable competition shou'd ani mate the people of every portion of the territory to bring out their respec tive localities; to let the world at large know what they are doing and what they can do, in building up a splendid commonwealth. Las Vegas, we believe, is prepared to give the officers of the Territorial Fair associa tion that encouragement in making this the most successful year of any for their enterprise, which will be an assurance that her people are wide awake in matters of public utility. Announcement TO THE Lais of Las legas will occur r This Space SHORTLY. MARTIN BROS. Dealers in KENTUCKY, BOURBON AND RYE WHISKIES, AND DISTILLERS AGENTS. California Wine and Brandy. . Our Whiskies are purchased direct from the distillery In Kentucky and ulaced In the U. S. bundod warehouses, from where they are with drawn when agou. Ana our patrons win nod our pr loes at all tlmea reasonable and as low as flnt-olass Broods can be sold. Agents tor Brunswick-Balke Collender com pany minara tauies aim supplies, ana me Cleveland rauoet company. McQUAID & LAMARR, Contractors and Builders, ESTIMATES GIVEN ON PLANS. FORfflTUBI UmOUTIBID. akd KlFAIRID. AI SO OENKRAL JOBIING. All work soatly done and satisfaction gnar- anteea. ..all ana see us. Shop 415X Grand Avenue. East Las Vegas, PARK HOUSE Southeast corner of park, LAS VECA8 HOT SPRINCS, N. M. MBS. M, ADAMS, Proprietress. &a tee 2.eo per day, 8.00 and f'0.00 per wees B. B. Bohdek. C. M. Bordin, B- B. BORDEN & CO. 4 work done with Neatness and Dispatch. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Plana. flDeclflcatlons and Estimates Tnrnlsbed. Shop and oflloe on Main St., Sonth of Oathoilo Temetery, Kaat Las Vegas, M. M. Telephone ooaneouoa with suod. PONDER & H0RNE, Plúmbeas and Steam fits, All work guaranteed to give satisfaction, Nlxth ftt.t East Vegas. All west side orders attended to by A. J, ugbton, Bridge St. Telephone 24. ira CHARLES BLANOHARD, DEALER IN General Merchandise, Wool, Produce Sola Proprietor of the Celebrated Brands La Rosa Blanca Flour and La Rosa "Blanca Smoking Tobaoco Unsurpassed facilities lor procuring; heavy machinery and all articles of Merchandise nr usually kept is stock. Agent for Mohawk and Chieftain Sdky Rakes and Crawford Mowers, Threshing Machines, Hay Presses, Mining: Machip err, Enzines, Corn Shelters, Leffel's Wind Engine. Twenty yean' experience in New Mexico entitles me to claim a thorough knowledge o( tbe wants of the people. LAS VEGAS, s Livery Ulffl Doug'aa Ave., Near Browne & Manzanares', VEGAS, PC". 3VI. First class rigs at reasonable prices. Large corral atUcbbd. Telephone No. 12. Horses, mules, wagon and harness for sale. Calls for hark answered promptly day or night. J S, DUNCAN, Proprietor. T. 33. MOIK-JISIlJS place, BUFFALO HALL, KEQ BEÜR -A. OPIjEAS A.7STT BEEOBT. Bridge Street Near Gazette Office. Wholesale Liquor Dealer, FINE OLD WHISKEY A SPECIALTY. ijipoiitku ai.k, portkh an ulnuklt a i.e. mikk new ami ( iiok i:, Bridge Street. Oppooite Gazette Office. si. O.A :K.i.:Er3r. " Stock Exchange Feed Sales Stabl??. FINEST LIVJgRY IN THE CITY. Good teams ami onrcfnl drivers. Horses and mules bought and sold, rings lej. . i,i-,ir"s anil Imekboarda lormlo. near St. anulas stable at Hot sprluns. SAVED FOR KLEEDER & CAMPBELL, THE GROCERS, BEID3-E BTBEET. H. GEIST, The Bazaar HOUSE FURNISHING AND FANCY GOODS. Bridge Street, Near the Bridge, NEW AND 2nd-Hand GOODS, Cook Stoves, Carpets, and all kinds oí Household Goods, at low prices, at Neil Colgau's Bridge St. Trading Mart. The Snug. Bridge St , Ntxt Doer te Depot. II FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT MFALS OR LUNCH AT ALL HOURS. OtSTERS AND ALL DELICACIES of the season served on short notice. J. BINGLE, Proprietor. It you wmt an elegant meal or lunch, patronize THE STXTXJCSr. TOM HAYWARD; East Side Sixth St. Undertaker, XI 3VX 33 A. Xs 3MC H T. , AND Funeral Director. Bridge St., Near Gazette Office. JOB WORK. A trial orderwlll oonvlnc tfc at The G abett can more satisfactorily turn out work than any office In the city. MCI mm NEW MEXICO, ii Fiel Stales hotel, sixth street. Jelcplione ito. M. li ranch Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe K Passes threcjX the territory from northeast w Boutnwesi. y oousumna; the miip tin reader will see that at a no.'nt called LnJimtu. In Colorado, the Nuw Muxlt o extension leaves too tnuin i:ne, turns southwest throujrh Trini dad and enletK the territory through Halon pass. The traveler here bi'irius too most inter esting Journey on the continent. As he Is car ried by powerful engines on a steel-railed, rock ballasted track up tho steep ascent of the tuuuii mountains, wun tneir cnarinlna- sceu' ery. hftoatehes ireuuout hííiudsch of the Himr ish peaks far to the north, glittering in the morning sun. and presenting the grandest spectacle In the whole Huowy range. Wheri half an hour from Trinidad, the tram suddenly uut;B iiiw a luunei iroul wnicn 11 emurglH on the southern slope of the Hilton mount ains and In sunny New Mexico. At the foot of the mountain linn thn nltv ni Hatou, whobe extouslve and valuahlo coul holds make it one of the busiest places In th territory. From Kutou to Las Vegas tbe rouu lies along tno ease of the mountains. Un tbt right are the snowy peaks In lull view while on the east lie the grassy plains, the OHUAT UATTLK HANOK Or THE SOU HI WIST, which stretch away hundreds of miles Inn the Indian Territory. The train reaches La Vegas in time lor dinner. LAS VKOAS, with an enterprising population of nonrl lu.iHio. cblelly Americans, is one of tho m l net nal cities of the territory. Here are located those wonderful healing fountains, the La, Vegas hot springs. Nearly all the way from Kansas City the railroad has followed the route of the ' Old Santa Ke Trail.," and now lies through a country which, aside from the beauty of its natural soenery bears on evert hand the impress of tu told Spanish civiliza tion, grafted oeuturlut ago upon the still more ancient auu more interesting Pueblo and Az tec stock Strange ooutraets present them selves everywhere with the new engrafting ol American Ufe and ouergy. In one short houi the traveler passes from the city of Las Veras Willi tiai 1WUIUUHUID BIALTH AND FLKA8UHI RISORT, her elegant hotels, street railways, gas In streets, water works and other evluences ol modern progress, luto tUe fastnesses of Uloriets mountain and in full viow of the ruins of the old Pecos church, built upon tbe foundation of an Aateo temple, and the traditional birth place or Montezuma, the culture-god of the Azimos. It Is only half a day's ride by ml from the Las Vegas hot springs to ttaj old Spanish oity of Santa re. Santa Fe ia the oldest aud inoBt interesting city in the United States. From Santa Fe the railroad runs down tbe valley of the Rio Uranúu toa Junction at Albuquerque with the Atlantic and Pacific railroad, and at Doming with the Southern Facino from San Francisco, passing on the way tbe prosperous olty of Socorro aud the wonderful Lake Valley aud Percha mln lug district, finally reaching Dcmlug, from which point Silver City Is only forty-live miles distant and may be reached over the S. C. D. & H. H. H. The recent discoveries of chlorldee n Bear mountains, near Silver City, exoeed anything in the Kocky mountains In rlcbnosa. Shipments of the ore have been made to Puoi -lothat run as high as 46 per cent pure silver. For further Information address W.F.WH1TB, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, A. T & S. F. it. it.. Topeka. Kansas. PLAZA PHARMACY. E. C. MURPHEY A CO. Alwayson hand a full assortment of fine hair tooth, nail and Infant brushes, etc, tortoise, rubber and Ivory combs, toilet and bathing sponges, powder purls, powder boxes, pom ailos, toilet and bath soaps, chamois skins, perfumery, fancy roods, etc Physicians' pre scriptions carefully compounded . Blanchard's New Building en Bridge Street, Opposite Shuyp's Blacksmith Shsp. LAS VEGAS, - NEW MEXICO. MARCELUNO& MERNIN, DE ALIUS IN Pianos, : Oiga ..1.1. And all kinds of MUSICAL INSTRUMENT.. Bridge Street, next U First Natlsnal Bank Balldlng. "W- MAfenrACWRKR or Wagons and Carriages and I roa 8 -eel Chilns, Thlmbleskelns, Sprinsi, Wago i. Cam are and Plow Wood Work. Blaok smiths' Tools, Sarvea's Patent Wl eels. Tbe manufacture of Backboards, Spring Wagons ASpeeialty. Keep on hand an assortment of COOPEB'B CBT,BnRATalD STEEL-SKEIN F1BM WAUONB. Aent for the HT(J IK'I v K tíít M AVfJF VCTTJIUNO COMPANY'S WAGONS and CAR. UAOKS and 1). M. OSHOKNK OO.'S MOWKK3 and USAPKU3. solicit ordora from lanchmen for , T5RANDING IRONS. Horseshoeing aud all kinds of Repairing Done by First-Class Workmen. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. JOHN W. HILL, Commission Merchant, A.ad Dealer in Hay, Grain, Flour and Producá, Grass and Garden Seeds LAS VEQA8, HEW MEXICO. DEALER IN its Mil SIR, Ms il Cajs Bridge Street, Las Vegas, New Mexico. H. ROMERO & BRO., HEALERS STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, CAUPETS, BOOTS ANO SHOES, FUKNISHINO GOODS LADIES' DIMiSS GOODS, TKIBIMINGS, SILKS SATINS, WOOLEN GOODS, And many othT articles, 11 of which will be ffered for sale at very lowpricei for tin haN nucc of this month In or Jer to make room for Dew goods. Northeast Comer of the Plaza, Las Vegas FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP LAS (Successor AUTHORIZED CAPITAL CAPITAL PAID IN - SURPLUS AND PKOFITS - Transacts a General OFFICERS: J. RAYNOr.PS, President. J. 8. KAVNU1.US, Cashier, DIRKOTOKS: Q. J. DINKLR, CHARLK9 J. 8. RAYNOLUS, WDenository of the Atchison, FELIX MARTINEZ, GENERALTRADER.BROKER and COLLECTION AGENT Notary IT ix Tollo .n.cl Oouvoyauoor. Refers by permission to First National bank, and Ban Miguel National Bank, Las VSg-ani. Special attmtlon paid tothe handing; of real estate, ranches, grants and live Btock. Terri torial and county serlp ami bonds bouirhtand sold. 'I'o parties desiring to invest I guiruntoo satisfaction. Correspondence solicited. LAS VEGAS. (Bridge cSrH-jYiSonNr c&? oo., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Wines, Liquors, Cigars FINE OLD WHISKIES, BRANDIES, CHAMPAGNES. BOTH IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC, CONSTANTLY ON II AND. On Bridge Street, opposite the Gazette Office Rogers Bros. Practical Horseshoers. CARRIAGE AND WAGON RE PAIRING NEATLY DONE. No. 9Brtdge Street. Las Vegas, N. M. LAS VEGAS IRON WORKS J. C. ADLON, Proprietor. Manufacture Steam Engines and Mining Machinery Architectural Work, Machinery and Boilers, Iron and Brass Castings Made on Short Notice. LAS VEGAS, The Plaza Billiard Hall, FINE wines; liquors and cigars. South Side of Flaza, Dealer in Heavy Hardware IN VEGAS. to Kaynolds Bros.) 8500.000 lOO.OOG 40,000 Lanliiug ttnsiness. O. J. THiikFI., Vice President. J, S HI HON, Assistant Cashier. BIjANCHAKD, .1. B. PlSHON, JECFGKHUN RAYNOLD8. Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad -S3 Street,) NEW MEXICO NEW MEXICO Las Vegast New Mexico,