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THE LÁS VEGÁS GAZETTE FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1886.
irrAM.UÍUID 11)71. PIEHCE, IIARBY 4c W.IKJIEH, Published Dklt, Bicmi-r Bchdats. TESM8 OF 8CB8CRIFTION IN ADVANCE. T mail roeraos mi: Dally, br mall, one year, tlO 00 Dally, by mull, six month 00 Daily, by mall, tin months, 1 fio Dailr. by oarrier. per week 86 Remit by draft on Las-vexai, poelofflce mon ey order or reic siered letter. I( aenl other wise we will aoi be responsible for miscar riage. Address, mucB, HAHDT ft VTARNKR, Las Veteas, New Mexico. Specimen copies sent free uo application. Adrar tlilut rates made eSJown on applica tion. BRANCH OsTICE. Corner Sixth and Douglas streets', with A. A J. H. Wise, real estate. Ta rarreepeodeuts I The Uaxette: Correspondents of ThcGazstti will forward immediately all important news items by wire when available, otherwise by earliest mall or proas service. FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 7. Crop reports from the northwest are unusually encouraging. The ele ments that struck for eight hours or so up in that region have apparently returned to duty. The American workingmen the bone and sinew of the country have but little use for the red flag and the blatherskites who force themselves to the front as labor reformers. The socialists, anarchists, and men of that class who want private capital abolished would probably undergo a change of heart and principles if the savings bank was used as a depository for their earnings instead of the beer shop. The lower house of the Prussian landtag have refused to refer the ec clesiastical bill toa committee, as the national liberals and some of the new German liberal members voted with the ministry. This action will ne6es earily put the bill before a full bouse without previous consideration by the committee. Herr Von Gcssler, the Prussian minister of public worship and instruction, declared that the pope's recent action respecting the bill proved that through the revision of the laws the government had at tained its object of securing peace between Prussia and the Vatican. The enemies of oleomargarine have got a bill in congress which provides that the stuff shall be taxed a license through the manufacturers of it $600, through wholesale dealers $480,and re tail dealers $48. The imported articles must pay a duty of fifteen cents per pound. It beginso look as though the dairy interests were to have a chance after all, mid that King Grease would be legislated off the tables of the people. In this connection, would it not be a most profitable en terprise for some one to open up a large dairy establishment in Las Ve gas? The demand for choice cream ery products is always large here, and the returns from an investment of the kind would certainly be ample. The promptness with which the re cent turbulance occasioned by the anarchists has been treated in this country is a source of favorable com ment on thepartof the English press. The Pell Mell. Gazette says that Eu rope Laving adopted a system of ex porting paupers to this country is primarily answerable for the troubles. It may also be said that America has shown a fatal kindness in receiving them and is now reaping the results of her folly in trying to make citizens out of them. The Gazette closes its remarks with a bit of sarcastic adyice, and with an expression of trust that the American republic will now see the necessity of restricting free trade in murderous explosives. The droop-eyed statesman of Mas sachusetts, Ben. F. Butler, use the following language in speaking of the boycott. It is terse, to the point, and shows that Benjamin is very clear in bis mental operations: "It Is rtterly unjust! fiable and should not be adopted by laboring1 men, esiieolelly because it is a weapon of capital, used by capital from time beyond memory j lliat Is to say, whoever in an tne worm s nuory nas siooa ronn as an advocate of the rights of labor, whether In the forum as a polltiolau, In tho legislative ball as a ttateaman, In the courts' as lawyer, or In the cri'ia as a journalist, has always been boyootted by capitalist. Now, when the laborer, by legal means aud organisation through the ba'lot-box , oau oontrol capittl and make me laws as moor p. eases, wny resort to a partial. Illegal and almost alwaya unjust remedv auch as boycotting-, which Is the mis erable invention of an oppressed people who aave no power or voice in mating me lawa which govern them. Boycotting is a confes sion of weakness, notan exbtblticn of strength. 11 cannot be drooped toe soon. It Is a two- edged aword, more dangerous in the hands of unakiilfiil wielders to themselves Ibaa to others." The ureat Mania 'e System, Tho Mexican Financier. . ' The attention riven bv the financial press not only of the United States but of England to the last annual report of the Atchison, Topeka & bsota Fe rail way company is significant. When that now gigantic corporation began build ing its line in Kansas it was regarded as 'a very risky nnanuiai experiment by some of the most substantial capitalists of the Atlautio coast cities. The pur pose of its projectors to run their road down into the then little known terri tory of New Mexico was ridiculed as vis ionary, and hopeless disaster was pre- dieted. Today, the corporation owns and controls a vast railway syiuni of oearly 4,000 milts, oonsiiting of several groat roads and many little ones. It bss recently aocquTetl a connection with ho iiuif ot ftlsxioo, and mav soon fan Iv b called mi interoaftanio line: Its branch in Maxiuu. the Sjnora railway. shows allrearty a grant cbange in Its financial prospects and w likely to be oorrje eood piece ot property. As a result of the suncees ot the Atchison, To peta & Santa Fe was built the Mextoan Central railway which is but the begin- inz ol a great Mexican system of stand ard guatee railways. It is interesting to be able to note the growth of what, at one time, seemed a daringly bold ven ture into a colossal success sucb -as the Actison, Topeka & Santa Fe is today. Throughout the history of this company a wonderful prudence combined with boldness is to be noted. Wherever it has built a new road, the now road has paid a profit. Sucb has been the ssiia- oiiy of its builders and their reputation ss successful men ol Dimntsi . that its new stock and bonds hen put out have brought high prices, and the result is that the road baa been lightly chu! Ulized and is not borne down by a huge mass oí indemnes, un a.rjai miles ol road now owned by the company there is but $'0.174 per mile of stock and only 116,753 per mile of bonds. Announcement TO TIIK Ladies of Las Vegas war. oc err This Space SHORTLY. MARTIN BROS. Dealers la KENTUCKY, BOURBON AND RYE WHISKIES, AND DISTILLERS AGENTS. California Wine and Brandy. Our Whiskies are purchased direct from the distillery in Kentucky and placed In the U. 8. bondod warehouses, from where thev are with drawn when sired. And cur patrons will nod ourprioesatall times reasonable and as lor aa first-class iroods can ho sold. Agents 1'ir Brunswick-Balke Cnllcndnrooni- pany nil nam tames ana supplies, ana tne i;ieveianu rauoui cuinpauy. . McQUAlD & LAMARR, Contractors and Builders, ESTIMATE GIVEN ON FLAJ48. CcrMitdri Upholstered; avo HirAinao. Al 90 GENERAL JOBIINO. All worli neatly done and satisfaction gnar- anteea. .ill ana see us. ttnop 41SX Grand Avenue. East Las Vegas, PARK HOUSE Southeast oorner of park, LAS VECA8 HOT SPRINCS, N. M. MRS. M, ADAMS, Proprietress. Rates $8.00 per day, IS.OOand iO.OO per wees B. B. Border. O. M. Uordih. B- B. BORDEN & CO. CONTRACTORS AKOBUILOERS, i work done with Neatness and Dispatch Satisfaotlon Guaranteed. Plans, Rpeelflcatlonsand Estimates furnished. Shop and olttoe on slain St., Bontta of Calholle mcty, East Las Vug as, H. it. Telephone oonnaouoa wiissdod. PONDER & HORNE, Plumbers.Gas and Steam Filiéis. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction, Mxth Mt., East Ima Vegas. All west aids orders attended to by, A. J, Houghton, Bridge St, Telephoned. , lililí CHARLES 'BLANOHARD, DEALER General Merchandise, Wool, Produce Sole Proprietor of the Celebrated and La Boea Blanca Unsurpassed raoilldes loi proonring heavy maobhiery and all arríeles of Keren anilla nc usually aeptmstoea. - - Agent for Mohawk and Chieftain Sciky Bakes and Crawford Mowers , Threshing Machines. Hay Presses. Mining Machín err, Enadne, Corn Shellers. Leffel's "Wind Engine. Twenty .years' axperlenoa In New Mexico entities wtBHuiuwraupia, LAS VEGAS, 's tii! In Douglas Ave., Near Browne & Manzanares1, First class rigs at reasonable prices. Large corral attached. Telephone No. 13. Horses, mules, wagon and harness for aayornigni. J". 13. MACÜELs'S 3PIL.A.OE:, BUFFALO HALL, ICE O- BEJEB. -A. PLEASAKT EESOET. -r - Bridge Street Near Gazette Office. Wholesale Liquor Dealer, FINE OLD WHISKEY A SPECIALTY. INPOIlTF.D Ai.K, PORTER AND GIKIttER A I.E. CHOICE. . Bridge Street. Opposite Gazette Office. OA KLT-aETSr. Stock Exchange Feed Sales Stables. FINEST LIVERY IN THE CITY. flood teams and careful drive. Horses and mules bona-ht and sold. Bunlea. mrrtno-pi and buckboarda for tale. Rear St. Nicholas stable at Hot Sprlnas. saved rot KLEEDER & CAMPBELL, THE GROCERS, BBID3-B SrBBBT. EC. GEIST, The Bazaar nOIJSE FURNISHING AND FA.NOY GOODS. Bridge Street, Near the Bridge, NEW AND 2nd-Hand GOODS, Cook Stoves, Carpets, and all kinds of Household Goods, at low prices, at - Neil Colgan's Bridge St. Trading Mart. The Snug. Bridge St , Ken Dear Is Depot. A FI3ST-CLASS RESTAURANT M ALS OR LUNCH AT ALL HOURS. OYSTERS AND ALL DELICACIES of the season served on short notice. J.. BINOLE, Proprietor. If you want an elegant meal or lunch, patronize THE SNUG. TOIVI HAYWARD, East Side Sixth St. Undertaker, HMBA-IsMIlIli and ; , Funeral Director. Bridge St., Near Gazette Office. JOB WORK. A trial order will eonylnee tb at Ts GAzarrt ean more sailsfactorMr turn out work taaa anyoVce in the city. lea Mare IN . Branda La Rosa Blanca Floui Smoking; Tobacco . , , me to claim a thorough knowledge of the NEW MEXICO. ail Feed Si sale. Calls for hacks answered promptly J. s, UUJMUAJN, rroprletor. STOCK NEW AND hotel. Sixth street, 'telephone ro. 63. Branch Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe R h Passes throtja the territory from nonbeatt to southwest. By oonsultlna; the map th readorwlll see that ata po.'ut tailed La Junta, In Colorado, the New Mexico extension l.-avei the main lino, tutns southwest through Trini dad and enteie ibe territory through Katoo pass. The traveler here bdains theoiost inter eating journey on the continent. As ho Is tar ried by powerful engines on a steel-railed, rock ballasted track up tbe steep asoent of the Baton mountains, with their chai ming-soen-ery, he oatehes trequeut flimpses of tbe Span ish peaks far to the north, glittering- In tht morning- sun. and presenting- tbe grandest spectacle in tbe whole Snowy rang-e. Whet, half an hour from Trinidad, tbe train suddenly dasbes into a tunnel from whlob It emernei on the southern slope of the Baton mount aina and in sunny New Mexico. At tbe foot of the mountain lies tbe city ol Baton, whose extensive and valuable coal holds make it one of the busiest places In tht territory. From Baton to Las Vegas tbe route lies along the base of tbe mountains. On tbe right are the snowy peaks In full view whlif on the east lie the grassy plains, tbe GRKAT OATTLK BAHOK Or TBI SOUTHWEST, which stretch away hundreds of miles inu the Indian Territory. Tbe train reaches La. Vegas in Urn for dinner. LAB VIOAB. with an enterprlstna- population of nearli 10,000, chiefly Amerloans, is one of the prlnol pal cities of the territory. Here are located those wonderful boaling- fountains, the La Veins hot springs. Nearly all the way from Kansas City ibe railroad bas followed tht route of the ' Old ttnnra Fe Trail.," and now lies through a country which, aside riom the beauty of its natural scenery bears on even baad the impress of tb old Spanish olvlllzu iluii, grafted eenturles ago upon the still mon ancient aud more interesting Pueblo and As tee stock Btrenge contrasts present them. Leives everywhere with the new engrafting ol American life and energy. In one short houi itb traveler passes from tbe arty of Las Veeat with her fashionable H1AXTH ABO rnBABfTKS HBSOBT, her rlegant botóla, street railways, gas In streets, water works and other evidences ol modern progress, luto tbefaetnesses of Glorieta mountain and in full view of the ruins of the old Pecos church, built upon tbe foundation of an Alteo temple, aud tbe traditional birth place ot Muntesuina, Ibe eulturegod of the Aztecs. It la only half a day's ride by ral from tbe Las Vegas hot springs to tbe old Bnanlsb oity of Santa r'e. Santa Fe Is the oldest and moat Interesting olty In tbe United Blatea. From Santa Fe the railroad runs down the valley of the Rio Uranio toa Junction at Albuquerque with the Atlantic and Pacific railroad, and at Demlng with the Southern Pacido from San Franclsoo, passing on tbe way tbe prosperous olty of Socorro ana tbu wonderful Lake Valley and Percha mln Ingdlstrtot, finally reaching Deming, from which point Silver Olty Is only forty-five miles distant and may be reached over the S. O. B. i ti.. It. B. Tha recent dlsoorerlei of uhlorldef n Bear mountains, near Silver Oity, exceed anything In tbe Rocky mountains In richness. Shipments of the ore have been made to Puet -lo that run as high aa 6 per oent pure silver. For further Information address W. F. WH1TK, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, A..X.& S. F. K. B., Tooeka. Kansas . PLAZA PHARMACY. E. C. MURPHEY ét CO. Alwayaon hand a full assortment of fine hair tooth, nail and infant brushes, etc, toitolse, rubber and Ivory oombs, toilet and bathing sponges, powder puffs, powder boxes, pom ades, toilet and bath soaps, chamois skins, perfumery, fancy goods, etc. Physicians' pre scriptions carefully compounded. Blaachard'a New Baila I ng aa Brides Street, Oppeslte Skapp's Blacksmith snap. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. MARCELLINO& MERNIN, DEALÍR8 IN Pianos, Dips, And all kinds of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Bridge treat, aext te First Natlsaal Bank BilUlai. M ANTJTACIVRKR OF Wagons and Carriages and Iroa, Steel Chains, Thlmbleakerns, Sptnrs, Waroi, Carriage and Plow Wood Work, Black smiths' Tools, Barren's Patent WLeels. The manufacture of Búckboards, Spring Wagons A Specialty. Keep on hand an assortment of OOOPUB'S CELEBRATED BTESL-BMIN T ABM WAUOH8. A rent for the 8TTjrHtKBR M 4.KTJP ACrüRiNU OOMPANT'i WAGONS and CMH ÜAGK8 and D. M. OSBORNS UO,' MOWERS and KEAFEKS. Soil oil orders from lanchmen lor BRANDING IRONS. Horseshoeing and ad kinds of Kepatrtng Done by rirst-Class Workoaea. L.A-8 VEGA8, NEW MEXICO; JOHN W. HILL, Commission Merchant, , Aad Dealer in Hay, Grain, Flour and Produce, Grass and Garden Seeds LAS VEGAS, MEXICO . DEALER IN Bl ni m Ha TJlsriS33:ilTC3- GOODS Bridge Street, Las Vegas, New Mexioo. H. ROMERO & BRO., DEALERS STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, CARPETS, BOOTS AND SHOES, PUKNISHING GOODS LADIES DltESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, SILKS SATINS, WOOLEN GOODS, And manyother irtlcl, all of which will be ffered for sale at very lowprieei for tba bal anoe of this month In or ier to make room for new goods. Northeast Comer of the Plaza, Las Vegas ; ? FIRST NATIONAL BANK OFX.A.S VEGAS. (Buooessor to Baynolds Bros.) AUTHORIZED CAPITAL - CAPITAL PAID IN - SURPLUS A&D PROFITS - . Transacts a General Banking Business. OFFICERS: J. BATNOLDS, President, J. S. KATNOLD8, Cashier. DIRECTORS: S. J. DINKXB, 0 HABLES J. 8, BAYNOLDS, HrDeüositorr of the Atchison, FELIX MARTINEZ, GENERAL TRADER, BRO KER and COLLECTION AGENT Uotiiry 3FiiVlio ctxxcl Oonveyanoor. Refers by permission to First National bank, and Ban Miguel National Bank, Las Vegas. Special attrition paid to the handling of real estate, ranohes, grants and live stook. Terri torial and oounty surlp and bonds bnuphtand sold, 'lo parties desiring to investí guarantee satisfaction. Correspondence so liolted. LAS VEGAS. (Bridge GrRA IMPORTERS AND Wines, Liquors, Cigars FINE OLD WHISKIES, BRANDIES, CHAMPAGNES, BOTH IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. On Bridge Street, opposite the Gazette Office Rogers Bros. Practical Horseshoers, CARRIAGE AND WAGON RE PAIRING NEATLY DONE. No. 9Bridge 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 Braai Castings Made on Short Notice. ' LAJ3VEGA.S, : : : NEW MEXICO The Plaza Billiard Hall, . FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. South Side of Plaza, : ; Lag Vegass New Mexico, Dealer in Heavy Hardware IN 1500,000 100.00G 40,000 G. J. WifKEL, Vine President. J. 8 PI HON, Assistant Ca mler. BLANCHABD. J. 8. PISH0N JEFFEUSON BAYNOLDS. Toneka & Santa Fe Railroad -JB Street,) NEW MEXICO ON ifc OO.s DEALERS IN