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THE LAS VEGAS GAZETTE THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 6, 188C.
HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL TRADERS. Calvin Fisk's Real Estate, RENTAL AND LOAN AGENCY Office Sixth St., opposite postofliee. MONEY TO LOAN ON (iOOD REAL ESTATE SECURITY. HOUSES TO KENT ron csAXiiai RaslDPta property, Drice ID, NO, Irsae guar anteed for a year, at $ IjU per Diontn. Residence property for ualo, price $1,000 Davt 25 Der e nton iuvetUiiieut. A few choice lots lor Bate at reaaonable DKurea. iliiBlneea chances for sale. Dou.t fnrgft Uj couieaud aeo ua before mak lug mveatuieota. Calvin HTMsls.. gta aVjai gaily Ctosrttr. THURSDAY EVENING, MAY C BUS1NKSS ITEMS. Visit Evans' Art and Curiosity Store, Fino toa3 at l'at Young's. Finest creamery buttur at l'at Young's (Jo to Pat lotiDg's for flower pots cheap. Tho Homo restaurant furnishes the bost meals in town. Julin Larbiilo, tailor, lia opened in Jlrs. Lissouba old stand, bixth street, Henry Stassart, the Las Vegas gun man, has genuine, old California wine Vintage ot isf'.', wnicti no sens lor $ l.TO per gallon or liftv cents per bottle. liolilon & Wilson are receiving throe tinier n week California vegetables and strawberries also homo grown lettuce, radishes and onions. Leave orders for ice at Loon Bros. west sido, and Wells, Fargo & Co.'s of lice on east side. Montezuma Ice Co. In going around the l'laza wo drops ped id at the store ot 1. L. strauss whore we saw tho handsouiust assort rount of Parasols and ladies embroider ed drosses, which wo have seen in this city. A car load of extra milch cows will be found on salo at Mendenhall & Hunter's m ablos on tho east sido. They ure all line Missobri raised stock and partieu wauling choico milkors will do well to examine tho loi. l'EUSONAL. Icma CoiK'eruliiK I'cople mid C. H. Minium took tho train last eye nlng lor hi raso. Father Coudert and J, II. l'enderies nave gone to socorro. F. Roy camo in yeslorday from Mora, nnu returns tomorrow. N. Rowal and I). Garcia, two large stockmen, are in from Apache canon. Mrs. Dr. l'oltijohn and Manager Mos erye aro down today from tho Springs. S. Wilson and W. D. Quarrell camo in lato last evening I rom Capt. Austin's ranch. Rush Holmes left this morning for Kansas City, to bo absent for tour or live weeks. Captain Sparrow left this morning with the Cammell party fur England, to be goce several months. George W. Heckle camo in today from his W ranch. He was driven by Judson Parker, one of his ranchmen. Rev. Mr. Forrester, an Episcopal min ister, formerly of Albuquerque, but now ot Denver, passed east this morning. H. F. May, large grocery dealer De catur, 111., but who owus property in our city, is here at present with bis son. The telegraphio rate from Las Vegas to Great Britain has beon reduced from fifty-two to twenty-four conts por word.' Dr. Pago and his daughter, Miss Nina, left last night for Los Angolés, accom panied by Mrs. llobart for Santa Cruz, Cala. Spiritual advisers are now in tho city in unusual number. Father Accoureiiii of Springer, and Father Gourcey, of Cbaperito, being among the number. J. A. La Ruo returnod today from his Lincoln county ranch, being unable to cross the Pecos at tho usual ford, he was compelled to go around by San Miguel. O. C. Knox startod this morning with his family and furniture for his ranch. J. It. Parker and family will occupy Knux's residonce on Dlanchard street. Goorge Fullor, who has beon so long the popular delivery man of the Wells Fargo company, has resigned bis post tion and will go to work fur Brow no & Manzanares. Mrs. Sargont, who has been attending bor sister Mrs. Ware at the Depot hotel, left this morning for Kmsas Cilv. whore she is a clerk in tho establishment of Uullene, iVloores s Kmory. Pierce Murphoy succeeds XV, J.Davis in cnarge of tne uontinontal oil com panj s auairs at this placo. Davis goes to Donver and Murphey does not give up his placo with (írom, lilackwell & Co. Goorgn 11. Thome, whom eyery body Knew anu nueu as uio cashier of Uiu do pot hotel some months ago, is now in he city on his way to San Marcial whore he will take position as cashier of Mr, Harveys' eating house. Mr. Thorne is a nice gentlomnn, and an acquisition to any communuy in wnicn lie may resido Indian Outrnirea. R. 13. SchoonmaRoi, Chas. Ilfuld's Dookkecpor, lias receivoi a otter from his brother, W. F Schoonmakor, who is locaieu ni nogales, Arizona. An ox tract from It says: "Wo go to Casita tomorrow. mo Apaches killed seven people one mile from Casita about ton days ago, and murdered six persons about tea miles from Nogales last week. They stole horsos and burnod a house only two miles from Nogales Inst Friday." AN "EMPTY" GUN. George H. Baker Accidentally Killed by Tom Stewart. Another nan on Hi Kar The Hap: penlnaja of the liar aa Oath errd for the Uaactte. A fatal Accident. Tom Flemiug, Tom Stewart and Will Gibson arrived in the city last night at lSo clock with a buck board couallning the body of George H. Biker who was accioentiy snot ana instantly killed by Stewart on Wednesday morning at Cur tía' & Cochrane's ranch on the Cuervo, in this county, fifty miles from Las Vegas. the story of the affair, told by an eye witness, is as follows: On Tuesday evening the deceased together wun Stewart, who was his ninst intimate friend, Will Gibson and two other cow boys, were shooting at a mark with a Winchester ride. After the sport was over the gun was cleaned and passed troni band to band and all cf the wit. nesnas declare it was unloaded. The boys then went to bed and got up Wed nesday morning at about 5 o clock White dressing Stewart and Baker made sport and laughter for the boys by- joking and pushing each other. With a laugh on bis face a tew art picked up the rifle from the corner and snapped it at Baker without raising the butt to his shoulder. To the horrur of all the pioce exploded tne ball striking lister cuuare ly in the tbroat and burying itself in tho base of the brain, lho stricken man died instantly, never speaking a word after being shot. Stewart was wild with grief at the awful result of his iniouded iost. The boys brought the bul Y to the Stoneroad brother's ranch at Cabra Springs from which point it was brought to this place for interment. Undertaker (ieisthas charge of the re mains aiid will attend to the funeral. l'he deceased, Goorge H. Baker, was at years of ago and had lived in Now Moxico for eighteen months, coming herefrom Brooklyn, N. Y. At the lime of bis death ho was in the employ of Stoneroad Bros., ns a round-up cook and bad previously worked tor John Chisuin on the Pecos river, lie hail a good reputation and was cousideied a good hand. Justice i f tho Peace Ulibarri placed Tom Stewart under $500 bonds, giving him timo to proeuro two additional wit, nesses when the inquest will bo resumed CoiNMnIi l.cntillty. J. II. Uuthwaito, Dayton Ohio., gave an illustration tins morninr at the do pot of purso prido. Ho bad been out at the Springs for some days, and had re quested Ticket Agent McDonald to save tiiui a berth. This Mac did to the best of his ability, but the ilt.u fellow thought that prolereuce had been shown some other parly. This mado him boil over with rago, and he assured Mac with great emphasis that he would have him dismissed troru ins position, it is sirango bow many men with mure money than souse aro traveling these days. But tho other day a nntn from Arizona stopped off a day. When he Started again McDonald put himself to much trouble to got him two sections oposite each other. Boarding the train ho fun id soma party silting in his sec tion. At once ho Hew into a passion called the agent a liar, would listen to noexplauation.a id swore be would havo Hilly Strong kick tho agent out of ollice because be shipped 3.0OU car loads over tho road every year. Job kuew nothing of tho trials of a railroad station agent, Aa n niornluB Paper. Having organized a satisfactory stall', and completed tho repairs, refurnish- ins and relittiug of the ollice, am! placed the material and inacliinerv of the mechanical department in smooth rnnnmir order. The Gazette will ap pear as a morning dai'y on and alter ''ma,, .. r. n v t I.ocRlctte. Charles Taninie today bought n fine milch cow, Durham stock, IroiiiJ. w . Crystal. A. D. Clark says that ho has tho Kolff mules. Oilier say like doubting Thomas, whon they see thoiu they will believe. Let all parties beware of the north side ot the Gallinas bfidge. 'lho old thing is dangerous, and if care is not taken in passing some lives will be lost, The Hereford bulls of Capt. Luarvs' at Mendenhall, Hunter & Co' s. west side stables, are the bnest animals ever brought to this city. All stockmeu should look at them. An incipient fire in Mendenhall, Hun ter & Co.'s west side stables was discov ered this morning in time to prevent a dangerous oontlagration. Cause, a match carelessly thrown down, A party from White Oaks yesterday attempted to cross the Pecos at the reg ular ford, but they lost a horse and bis harness, and nearly lost themselves, Tho wator ran oyer the bed of the wagon. In view of Mrs. Captain Austen's de parture for F'ort Davis, Texas, to visit her sister, an impromptu farewolt party was devised by some ot iter friends last eight at tho Plaza hotel. About thirty couples of our bestsociety poople were present, and the occasion was enjoyed to the full. A man from Las Vegas, who Is in town, claims that K. C. de Baea who is tho present leader of tho Romero nose LO. oi that city, can beat any lo cal runner in Socorro. We are author . ized to state that W. S. Crawford w n match him for a run of from 100 to 200 yards for any roasonablo sum. the match to como off throe weoks afU,r signing tho articles. Socorro BrjUjon J E. Loring, mining man from R0Ci ada, is enjoying the moral inll nonce of Deacon Woostor for a few days. Tho mill run for the car load of oro recently shipped by him from tha American to Donver, was very satisfactory to the management, and thoy havo concluded to add fifty foot to tho soventy-three feet of depth to which tho mine has already attained. The Sam Adams mine, ad joining tho American, hasreaohed a dis tanco of 105 foot and is very promising. The lot of Durban)! and Holsteins wnicn donn u. uauu lias atfllendenhall Huntor&Co.s' east side stables, are beauties to look upon. Henry Es sengor bought a Holstoin, Mat Dovino a Durham and Mrs. J. II. Huntor a Hol stoin. The last is evidently tho finest of the ontiro lot. Indood it would be difliuull to conceivo of anything in tbe brute line a more perfoot picture than sho is. Huntor will now have the op. portunity to tost tho milking qualities of the Jerseys and Holsteins, as he has a very tine specimen oi each. Secretary W bee lock, of the Territor- rial fair association, has issued an invi tation to all persons intereoted in a trot ting and racing circuit, to include tbe principal cities of thh territory, to at tend a meeting to he held at Albuquer queon tbe S5tb of May, when an organ ization win be perfected and nates named for the same. The sport of tbe circuit will ba so arranged as to culmi nate at Albuquerque during tbe fair. Las Vagas horsemen s'aould ba well represented at the preliminary meet-- ing at Albuquerque ana secure lor mis city one or two days of trotting and rac ing contests. Jefferson Raynolds has purchased for himself and others the Percha bank, Kingston, N. M There ara associated with him in the undertaking Messrs. Norman C. Raff, J. W. Zollars. Robert Hopper. N. Grayson, T. I . Chapman, Henry Elliott, B. R. Taylor and Mr. Leonard, each taking a few shares of the capital stock. Tbe bank will be or ganized under the territorial banking law with 130,000 capital. This will prone of very great advantage to the camp. Its mining interests are growing so rapidly and the amount of product is reaching to such figures that a stronger bank than tbe individual concern here, totora doing business tuero was a ne cessity. El Paso Tribune. II ail road 31 alt era. J. V. oliotweli, traveling passenger agent for tbe Wabash, went east this morning. On the train tonight thorn Mill be a special Boo Line car, with O. B. Skinner and party, for California, via. A. P. A new crow has been fixed up f ir tho south end of the division, but who wjuld constitute it could not be learned at tbe latest reports. The laborers at the stone quarry in Mora Canon, were reported on a strike last night,. Fewer bonis ami larger wages were tho demand which tney made. The train lut, night was an hour and ahalf lato, making the twenty-live pas sengers who partook of the Depot hotel hospitality, but the more able to do jus tice to the viands. Somo iniiiiei si stones wero on the tram last u lit , going out on the Hot Spring! branch. One setmed to ba in a condition of unstable equilibrium, swny- ing to and tro, and suggesting a tearful faiefjr man or beast on whom it should fall. The train from the south this morning was about on timo, and consisted of two biiL'eaiio. throo coaches nnd three sleep ers. Ir. had the A. it P. connection of yesterday, that road having fallen twenty-four hours behind its schedule timo. Tbe carloads lots today bhvo been fow. One of Hour for Meyer F'reidman & Uro,, and ono of hides and potts for Gross; Blackwell & Co., are all that havo been received. (., B. & Co. ship1 ped two carloada of bides and ono of wool. The mixed lots of freight hayo been vory heavy. C. S. Bartlelt,' ticket agont of the Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern road, died of consumption last evouing on tho Santa Fo train at La Junta. He bad been to Los Angeles, Cala., and was on his way home to Cedar Rapids, lowu. His body will be shipped to his homo immediately. Superintendent D.yor wont down to Wallace lost night with one of the now engines. Ho was not pleased with tho looks of tho mammoth steam monster, but said sorvico and not beauty was what tho company desired, and lie would bo hotter able to speak alter the ongine had beon tosted. Mr. Dyor will probably return tomorrow. He will go as far as Albuquerque to moot Mossr, Gnddard nnd Osborne and return with them on a tour of ins jeclion . i-;qunl I the Tine Imported. TDK ".MI.NSON," Is the next size to our "Gerster" and, is eoniposed of soleeted imported wrap pers and ehoicest Vuelta Abajo ti Hot with Spanish workmanship. (On open ing these cigars smokers will rind the filler nieely booked and rolled up in binder styio.) Tho oniv place they can bo obtained in Las Vegns is at Chris tollman's Club saloon. Herefords. Oí Wes Las Animas, HA JIST UNLOADED IN Fina Hereford F're Blood and Registered and from the Best Herd in the West. APJ OPPORTUNITY FOR BUYERS. For Particulars inauire of At Stock J. C. LEARY & CO., Commission Mer chants For the III STOCK AND MWCHES r . . - ' . OFFICE IN STOCK GROWER BUILDING, LAS VEGAS, WATERING PLACE NOTES. Iteli Concerning the Hot pringa. Lai Vegaa Wm. A. Vincent and wife are to be here some time. Jos. Beckman and Miss Beckman, of New York City are here. O. M. Barnes and wife, of Lansing. Michigan, are among tbe late arrivals. J. B. Mitchell, Cincinnati, Ohio, reg istered at tbe Hot Springs hotel yester day. Wm. Nevins and .4. L. Legien, New YomCity, are stopping at the Hot Springs hotel. Other late arrivals are: W. S. Mat thews. Youngstown. Ohio; Wm. Par sons, Washington, D. C. ; VV". N. Coler, New York City; Samuel Bowman, . St. Louis, and Julias Linde, Colorado. A. S. Cammnll, J. W. Coster and wife, and Miss W. F. Redly left this morning tor England. Coster and par ty have been spending some weeks at the sanitarium. Mr. Cammell will re turn in about four months to reside on his Ronieroville property. Uolet Armala. DieoT. W. U. Coler, New York; 1mi. A. I ewts. Chicago; F. B. Uilinmn. Omaha: Frank W. Dale, Liberty, Mo.; M. C Maher, Topeka, aim ni bod hi .nailer, iieveiann, .; a. Schermerhorn. KansMCity: (elige H 'Thorn, .lan Marcial; W. 11. Vntils and wile, Malina. Kn: K. Hlililtus. A ton. 111 : Louis Si hualer. Ndllsvill, Wit: Mid A. Brunnage, Kansas t-iiy. Kt. Nicholas John Webb, Janiea Camp bell, Pele- Murpny, Charlea Murtón, John lloi.le. ltlt can; J. C. Wilson, St I.oula; W.T. Hall, Kansas; ilcurn Hipplo, Chlcairo; Tlios. Mewurt, V. ! Uibaon, luui Fleming-, iHhrn SprlUMra. I'LiiA. Á. K. Card, Clilcmro; . I,. Cain- moll, u. W. Coaler and wlte, MtssW. p. ked- ly, bnvland. To-llny'a Weather. Clear and bright. Temii"ratnr: 7.(0 p. ni.,57; 13 m,, iS''; 3 p. m.,S(lv. ANHEUSER-BUSCH BROWNE & MANZANARES' CO. Sole AynitNfor Las .Vegas and Socorro. A IX DISTRIBUTING AGENT3 roii Las Vegas Lager Beer. Graaf&Hawkins BAKERS. DEALERS II STAPLE AID FAII?1. GROCERIES. Everything in Stock prceg to sui the times, 9'lVeugftcan. SIXTH ST., LAS VEGAS. N.&V Herefords. Colorado, LAS VEGAS A CAR LOAD OF Grower Ofce. Sale of ' NEW MEXICO. Cattle ! ? THE CITY SHOE STORE ! TVO. 17 Center Street. fila sal O.H. SPORLEDER, JTJST BECBIVBD. 120 Fairs Ladies' Kid Button Shoes Made on C, D and E widtha, which wil be aald at Tlio jlcTW Price of $2.SO, al,so, iao rAins Ladies' Genuine Tabico Pebbled Goat Button, On i;, D ad C WiHh, a good wearing shaft, ml Tlx o Low Price of S2.SO. PLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE. CLOTHING Riiilroaa Ave. FINKST DISPLAY OP Wilson Bros' Furnishing Goods, Dunlap's Celebrated Stiff Hats. Neckwear, Shirts, Stetson's Soft Hats, Burt & Packard and Burt & Mears' Fine Shoes. Simon Lewis' Sons, Props W. F. COOK". COORS BROTHERS, Wholesale and .Retail Dealers in House Furnishing' Goods, Carpets. Oil Cloths, Mattings, Etc Sporting Goods, Ranges, Cook and Heating Stoves, Orates Lumber Lath, Shingles, Doors and Blinds. ALSO CONTRACTING AND BUILDING. LAS VEGAS : : : : : NEW MEXICO. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY ANX 33UV Las Vegas Roller Mills Flour Xj. IjEON cSj OOi'S, CHR.IB. WIEGAND, MANUFACTURE!! OF SODA AND MINERAL WATERS. TX3CU Las Vecas, THOMAS SIHE, Dealer in Fruits of all Kinds Tho flnot tock of FrcBh Frnit nnd Nntn In the ctty. 8o.l Water, loe Cream and Van Apjila Cider. Sugar and Fruit Candy. First Glass Short Order Parlor-Open Day and Night. Oystors and Gamo Sorvod laa. Hverv Stylo CENTER 8THEET. ONE DOOB EAST OF SPOHLEDER'S 8HOK STOKE. TONY'S BARBER SHOP. HAIR DRESSING PARLOR, Hot and Ladies Hair Cut, Shampoo PRIVATE ROOMS FOR LADIES. Bridge Sireet, near Gazette Office, Fililí is iue HOUSE Las Vegas, HENRY O. COOHS. AST- SUPPIjIED. New Mexico. Cold Baths, and Hair Dressing a Specialty. Las Vegas, New Mexico.