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THE LAS VEGAS GAZETTE THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1886.
; ttfNp1l Asar 'lfmítoi-Hrmi KUUURID Ml. P1EKCE, HARDY ic WARNER. Polish id Daily, Bxcu-t Bohdays. TXUt OF SUBSCRIPTION IX APVAKCK. r hail roTAOi ra i - - Dally, Of mll. one rNr, a 10 00 Uelly; by mal!, t1 months, s uo Oallr, b? ara aanat,... 1 Mi Dallr. br oanier. per week 16 Semtt by draft on Las v ega i, pnetofflce raon 7 order r se etered lettsr. If aent ruber wis e will not bo responsible lor mtst-ar-rlage. AArresv, fliitUK, HARDY WARNilt, Lat Vegas, New Mexico. Spscluen coplea tent froa on application. Adrertlslnjr ratea made Known on applica tion. BRANCH O FICE. Corner Sixth and Douglas streets, with A. A. A J. H. Wiie, real estate. Té Ceirrae andesua el The Waz ecte: Correspondents of Tbx G zarra will forward Immediately all important newa itema by wire when arallable, otberwlae by earliest mall or expresa serrlcs. THUBSDAY MOUSING. MAY 13. Thi cry is no anything to beat Gladstone. England will wonder some day why it did not listen to her one statesman of the nineteenth cen tury and be governed by his genius in regulating Ireland's difficulties, The Kansas City papers, in. their daily reports on the excited, rising and altogether wonderful activity in teal estate there, will probably forget to include the movement of soif and personal property that took place in that eity day before yesterday, when pointing out to the investor the nu merous advantages with which the town Is bletsed. Several writers for territorial news papers are worrying considerably about Th Gazette, i ts policy and in tentions. To these gentlemen we will say, keep your linen on. The Gazette is satisfied with the way it is going and will be managed in accord ance with the wishes ot its owners without reference to the whims or drivelings of every three-line item writer in New Mexico. Thi Shalam colonists, locate1! )n the Meseilla Valley, are chip.riy V tinguished forthe large cro.pof vener able cranks that mtur.e there about twice a year. If )e8 attention was paid to the filth motions ot the order and more care, was given the soilbv the membe;, 0f "Jehovih's Earthly Kinadoa'V.a,-j,eop1 t large wuuld probar;', naya fatD tnat tne coion8t3 migat wj-orfc out their own and others' Ration during the next fifty years. It is now alleged that bimetallism is the cause of the depression of trade in England. That country is suffer ing in her. manufactures and dull times everywhere prevail. The com merce of the "tight little isle" has been in a bad way for three or four years." The' economists say that the true cause of the woful condition of the material interests of Great Brit ain lies ' in ' the appreciation of the value of gold caused by the demoni' titation of silver. The fierce fight made by the friends of the people and the silver dollar here in America was in a prophetic light and to avert the greatest commercial disasters. Another lesion is being taught the cpuntry by the license accorded the anarchist bomb throwers oí Chicago and elsewhere, and that is there must bt fewer importations of the scum of Europe, which is designated as cheap labor. The manufacturer, contractor, and all who employ men largely should see the!. handwriting on the wall and in their greel for gol d stop a moment to reflect upon what they are doing to bring disasters upon Anion ca. There are people enough in America today to do all the work re quired. Dou't send abroad for men who will live on. a dime a day and then raise as much h 1, when the opportunity occurs, as the one who is accustomed to a full fed stomach three times a day. Ihe El Paso Times is asking the people of That city to prepare for the celebration of the completion of the EI Faso and White Oaks road. It as surr.es the question is definitely set' tied that the road will be built, and with a prophetio vision it sees smelt ten, factories and foundries going np in every direction in that brisk little city. We trust our esteemed cou temporary - may realize all its blight dreams as regards the future of EI Faso, The railway systems centering there have made -the town largely what ' it is today, - The building of railroads is the modern ttiant of de' velopment and growth. New Mexico can stand the steps of the giant that shall open up all parts of the land here to progress, the stimulation of trade, and the growth of our towns Iir the recent strikes the honest workingmen have learned that there is little to be gained by attention to aide issues, and that the influence of the mob is a dangerous one. They ' will 'see that their strongest element lies in the ballot .The great economists Cobden and Prigbt, got employment and food for the starving population of England by wisely directing the nation's energies in favor of iree trade.. The preient labor movement should follow the same line. Lead ers are required for that reform move ment. Demagogues will always fo ment trouble such as has occurred the past month, if the educated classes hold aloof. The labor question can neyer be settlej by the pretense of disregarding it. It can only be final ly disposed of in one way, tkat is by so amending the laws that the pro ducts of labor can no longer be seized by speculators. Workingmen should so marshal their forces that the kick ing and rebelling will have to be done by the other clasjes. And this means that the workiogmen should be gov erned always in their action by the law, not passion, nor by prejudice. All Illlli Announcement n THE Ladies of Las Vegas Witt) OCCUPY This Space SHORTLY. MARTIN BROS- Dealers In KENTUCKY, BOURBON ANO RYE WHISKIES, AND DISTILLERS AGENT3, California Wine and Brandy. Oar Whiskies ere purcbaeeil direct from the distillery in Kentucxr aim piacea in toe u a bondod warehouses, from where they are with' drawn when aged. And ur perrons will fiad our price at all times reasonable ana as lor as nrst-ciass goois an ue soiu. A x ente lr Brunswick- Halke Cnllender com nany billiard tables and supplies, and tne Lkveinnu t-pncpt comoaur. McQUAID & LAMARR, Contractors and Builders, ESTIMATE) GIVEN ON PLANS. FUHjVITÜRÍ UrilOtSTERED iXD BirAIRID. AI SO GENERAL JOBCIMO. All work neatly done and eatlBfaotlon guar anteed. . all ana see us. ttnop 15í Grand Avonue. Bast Lai reirás, PARK HOUSE Boutbeast corner of park, LAS VEOA8 HOT SPRINGS, N. M. MRS. M. ADAMS. Proprietress ttateeSS.OOperday, SH.OOand aiO.OOperwee JP. 13. EVA JVJ3, NEW PHOTO GAI LERY ART and CURIOSITY STORE Views of J las Veras and vloinlty. Frames made to order, (odian Pottery and Blankets sud. other atlTe curiosities. . tX Railroad Ave., Opera House Block, LAS VKOA8, - NEW MEXICO. S. PATTY, Manufacturer and doa!er In Tin, Cooper, Sheetlron Ware Eave-Trougbs, Tin Roofintr, Uamp stoves ana minors' ouints. LAS VEGAS, HEW MEXICO. B. B. borde, cm. Bobdim. B. B. BORDEN & CO. A work done with Neatness and Dispatch Satisfaction ttuaranteed. Plana. RnMlfloartont and Estimates furnished. than and orHoa on alaln St.. South of Cat bo lo 3emetety, Hast las Vegas, It. M. telephone Ooaneotlon wun sao. CHARLES . BLANOHARD, DEALER IN General Merchandise, Wool, Produce Sole Proprietor of the Celebrated and La Rosa Blanca laaurpaaaed radMdes tor procuring beTT machinery und all artlolea of Merchandise t í ueuauy aept in toca . Agent for Mohawk and Chieftain Sc!kv Rakes and Crawford Mowers , Threshing Machines. Hay Presses. Mining Machín err. Ensdnes, Corn Shellers. Leffel's Wind Engine. Twenty years' experience In New Mexico entities wants ot LAS VEGAS. Doug as Ave., Near Browne & Manzanares', First cla rías ut reasooable prices. Lnrno corral attached. Teleplione No. 12. Horses, males, wagon and harness (or day or night. BUFFALO HALL, KEG HEEE. -A- PLEAÜ A-IT-T I?, ESOE-OT. Bridge Street Near Gazette Olflco Wholesale Liquor Dealer, FINE OLD WHISKEY A SPECIALTY. inPOHTEIt ALE, POHTER ANO t'f.oici:. Bridge Street. Orpoaite Oazatt- Office. Stock Exchange Feed Sales Stables; FINEST LIVERY flood toamaand esrefnl drivers. Homes anl anu naoKuoaru!. iur .aiv. nunc nv hiiuuih table at Hot Sprints. saTBDt r A v I KLEEDER & CAMPBELL, THE QBOCERt, EBIDaB SI'EEET. H. GBIST, The Bazaar HOUSE FURNISHING AND PANOY GOODS. Bridgs Street, Near the rrlf'sa, NEW AND 2nd-Hand GOODS, Cook Stovefl. Cartets; and all kinds of Household Goods, at low prices, at Nell Colgan's Bridge St. Trading wart. The Snug. Bridge St , 9fes Dear te Desot. II FIRST-CUSS RESTAURANT MEALS OR LUNCH AT ALL HOURS. OYSTER! AND ALL DELICACIES ot tbe season nerved on short notice. J. BINOLE, Proprietor. It you wtnt an elegant meal or lunoh, patronize THE PvrTTGr. TOM HAY WARD, East Side Sixth St. Undertaker, U 3VC B A. TLb 3VC XI H. , AKD Funeral Direótor. Bridge St., Near Gazette Office. Ml!il mm Brands La Rosa Blanca Flour Smoknitc Tobacco. . aw to claim a thorough knowledge it the xne people. . NEW MEXICO. Sills snl. Calls for barks answered Dromotlv - J. S, DUNCAN, Proprietor. BILLIABD3. Jlf;r.H STOCK KEW AMD IN THE CITY. tculrs b-inirht and sold rtro-olf. niim nvicitaiAiu B,re. Jvicpuunu jso. vo. llranCO Atchison, Topeka & Santa Ye K Faasos tnroea the territory from Do.theatt u soutnwest. uy consulting tbe map tm readerwlU see that at a po ni tailed Lajunta. In Colorado, the Nsvi atexit o extension l.-uvo' the malu l:oe, turns southwest ihiuuifb Triol dad and enteie the territory through Hatoi pass, l be travoler here boa-Ins the must inter extlnir journey on tbe continent. As he is car rlod bjr powortul euglnes on a swelrnllod roek bilSiHHtnd traok uu the tmmn tan.nt nt tin Kuton mountains, with theii cnaiminir seem' ery, ne catones irequeni Kilinpses or tbe apac lsh peaks far to t'te north, gtltterluir in thi morning sun ana presenting- tne granaeai spectacle In the wholo snowy range. Whet half an hour from Trinidad, tbetrain suddenly dashes into a tunnel from which It emergei on the southern slope of the Katon mount aius and In sunny Now Mexico. At the toot of the mountain lies the city ot naiou, wnube enieuBive ana vaiuaoie coa ttcl'ls make it one of the busiest places In th' territory. From Katon to Las Vegas the roun lies along tbe base of tne monnlalns. un thi right are the snowy peaks in full view wliil. on the east lie the grassy plains, the OHKAT OATTLK HANÜU O THB SUIJTnWEST, which stretch away hundreds of miles Inu thu ludían Territory. The train reaches La V egas In time for dinner. LAS nOAS, with an enterprising popbiallon ol eeurl Icj.uoo, cbJetiy Amerloans, is one of the priuui pul cities of the territory. Here are locatu tuoie wonderful houliug fountains, the Ln Vegns hot spriiius. Nearly all the way l'nm Kaunas City Uie railroad has followed thi routeof tbe ' Old Hnta Fe TraiL." and nov lies through a country wblch, aside fiom th' beauty of its natural soenery bears on even hnv.cl the impress of th ioid Bpanlsh oivlilzu tlou, grafted oenturtos ago upon tbe still mor. ancient and more interesting Pueblo and As tec stock strange cou trusts preseut thorn solves everywhere with the new engratt'ng oi American life and energy. In one short houi the traveler passes from the city of Las Vera) with her fashionable HEALTH AKD JLBAfirraB RESORT, nor elegant hotels, street railways, gas In streets, water worn 8 ana other eviuences oi modern progress, into the fastnesses of ulorleu mountain and In full vlow of the ruins of tti old Pecos church, built upon the foundatloi of an Astee temple, and the tradttioual birth place oi Honteiuma, the culture-god ot thi Aziecs. It Is only half a day's ride by ral from the Las Vegas hot springs to the old Hi.anish eity of Santa Fe. Santa Fe Is thi oldest and most interesting city In the L'ultee Stales. From Balita Fe the railroad runs down the valley of the Klo Urasú tos Junction at Albuquerque with the Atlantic and Paoiflo railroad, and at Demiug with thi Southern Pactilo from ban Francisco, passing on tbe way the prosperous oily of socorro and the wonderful Lake Valley and Percha nun ing district, finally reaching Deming. from which point silver City is only forty-tlvo mllei distant and may be reached over the S. C. D. i K. It. K. The reoent discoveries of chloridei n Bear mountains, near silver City, excooc anything In the itooky mountains in rlonness. Shipments of the ore have been made tol'uet lo that run as high as 45 per cent pura silver, . For further Information address W. F. WHITS, General Passenger mnd Ticket Agent, A. T. t 8. F. B. U.. Touoka. Kansas PLAZA PHARMACY. E. C. MIÍRPHEY & CO. Always on hand a full assortment of fine hair tooth, nail and infant crushes, etc toitoise, rubber and ivory eombs, toilet and bathing sponges, powder puffs, powder boxes, pom ades, toilet and bath soaps, chamois skins, pert umory, fancy goods, etc. Physicians' pre scriptions carefully compounded. Blaaebard'a New Itnlldlng a W rid re Street, oppsslts Shapp's Blacksmith Shsp. LAS VEGAS, - NEW MEXICO. MARCELLINO& MERNIN, DEAtlBS IN Pianos, Organs, And all kinds of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Bridie ttrMt, ' lrst NaUsaat Bank BaUdlag. ' "W SHXJ MAHCrACrUBKK OF Wagons and Carriages and Iron S-ieel Chains, Thimbleskotns, Springs, Wage i. Carriage and Plow Wood Work, Blaok smiths' Tools, Sarvea's Patent vVl.sels. The manufacture of Buckboar ds, Spring Wagons A Specialty. Keep on hand an assortment of OOOPXB'S CELEBHATJDD BTKBL-SKBIK I ABM WAOOATS. Airent for the 8TÜOHBVKBR M lDr VOT0RIN COMPANT'S WAOONS and QAR.' ilAOliS and D. M. OÍBOKN8 A CO.'S MJWEltS and UKAPKKS. Sollolt orders from ianchmen for BRA.NT3IlSrGr IRONS. florsoshoeing and all kinds of Repairing Dons by First-Class Worka.ea. LAS VEGAS, JOHN W. HILL, Commission Hlerchant, . Aad Dealer In Hay, Grain, Flour and Produce, Grass and Garden Seeds TjA.3 VEQA.8. NEW MEXICO- DEALER IN B ots and as, Ha TJJEvMTISKCITCa- Q-OCXDS Bridge Street, Las Vegas, New Mexico. H. ROMERO & BRO., DEALERS IN STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, CARPEl H, BOOTS AND SHOES. FURNISHING GOODS LADIES' DKESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, SILKS SATINS, WOOLEN GOODS, And many otttetsrtlrl. 11 of which will be ffered for sale at very lnwrrleei for ths bal ance of this month In or ler to make room for new goods. Northeast Cerner of the Flaza, Las Vegas. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LAS VEGAS. (Suooessor to Baynoldi Bros.) AUTHO: ZED CAPITAL ... 1500.000 CAPITAL. PAID IN - - 100. OOG SUIt PL US AND PKOF1TS . . 40,000 Transaets General Banking Bnsinesa, ' - OFFIUERS: DIRECTORS: J. HATEOLOS, President. J. S. UATN0L03, Cashier, Q. J. DINEXiB, CHABLES . 8. EAYNOLDo, tarDeDositonr of the Atchison, FELIX MARTINEZ, GENERALTRADER.BROKER and COLLECTION AGENT JWotary FubUo as.sa.cl Oouvoysvnoor. Refers by permission to First National Hank, and Ban Mlgusl National Bank, Lai Vegas pocfol attention paid to the handing of real estate, ranehes. grants and live stock. Terrh torlal and county sorlp and bonds biuirht and sold. Xo parties desiring to investí guárante satisfaction. (Jorreepondence solicited. LAS VEGAS. . (Bridge 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. CABRIAGE AND WAGON : RE PAIRING NEATLY DONE. No. 9Bridge Street. Las Vegas, LAS VEGAS IRON WORKS J. C. ADLOfJ, Proprietor. i Manuiactore Steam Engines and Mining Machinery . Architectural Work, Machinery and Boilers, Iron and Bran Casting Made on Short Notloe. LASVEGAS. : : : t J NEW MEXICO GEORGE CHAUTMTA-paT The Plaza Billiard Hall, FINE WINES, LIQUORS; AND CIGARS. South Siie of Flaza. Dealer in Heavy Hardware NE MEXICO. G. J. PISKFT Vine Prasldehi. HON, Assistant Ca inter. BLANCH ART), JEFfKttSON RATNOLDB. J. 8. PI8H0N, Toneka it Santa Fe Railroad Street,) NEW MEXICO DEALERS IN. N. M. "'l Las TeSMs New Mexico.