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THE LAS VEGAS GAZETTE SUNDAY 3I0RNIXG, MAY 16, 1886.
g5 aTrgai Jaita tettf. TAn.UHID 1871. PlEHCE,' IIAHDY W1B1ES. PreutHto Díilt. tzcm MONoars. TESM8 OP 8ÜB8CBIKTION IN ADVANCE. T MAU rOOTAOi run Datly.nTjnall. on year, 10 00 Dally, hy mall, ! montlu t 00 DsUy.hymail three months, i Hi MUIt. by oarrier. per week X6 Remit by draft on Lot ', jxistotflcs raw f y order or reg sirred letter. If sent otbi'r wise we wilt not bo rrspuuslble lor rol ar ria. AdilreM, a-IKUCE, HAKOT ft WABNER. 1 at Vegaa, New steaico.. Specimen copie tout free on application. Advertising ratea made known on applies lion. BR ANCH Ot MCE. Comer Sixth and Pourla otrect. with A. A J . H .Win, real estate. Ta Correspondents of The Gazette: Correspondents of Tbe Gazstte will forward Immediately all important newt items by wire . when available, otherwise by earliest mall or express servio. SUNDAY MORNIXG. MAY 1G. At the republican meeting in Al buquerque on June 1 will be found the same familiar array of chestnut politicians. In . whatever evils the republican party may be fertile it at least, does, not seem to produce any thing noar inwiiy of leaders. The old crowd will be there except Prince and ode or two of his' stronger supporters. Prince is not wanted by the g. o. p. tine year. He is too new. An elec tro-platod man U wanted. Asm rants for the presidency in the republican ranks are now beginning to toy with the affections of the dear people. It is said that Mr. Blaine is wisely distributing niembrw of his family anions; the different churches It is not stated whether the family connections are sufficient in number t j satisfy all the denominations. Mr. Buiuuard's church is not on the Blaine list just now. V Th churches of Las Vens should be filled with worshipers ' on this beautiful day. Thf i Lo-á ' and the hand of man have given lie temples in which to praise Him. Thechurch- going community is always a pros pered people. Tbe beneficent in fluences of an outward observance of all religious forms ought to surround everyone where there are sanctuaries and teachers therein to uphold the cross. The oil pourers and chasm bridgers meet at Albuquerque on June 1 for the purpose of performing the cele. brated farce entitled, "Tbe Iteconcili - ation; or, the Return of tbe Prodded Sons." The stalwart and half heart ed republicans will join their issues again on the basis that the right were wrong and that the half of the crowd which had defrauded the other is the better half. Self-denying William Breedeo will bet as high priest and chief mediator. L. Bradford Prince has been made away with so that his presence will not injure the scenic ef fects nor act as a damper on mollifi cation. His Bupportew, although claiming t; be the "regulars," will acknowledge their stupidity in stand ing out against the Rynerson section and a grand hand-shako will result. Tbe private : land claims' bill, to which reference has been made in this co,lurp.Pj providas, among other things, for tils-appointment of three commissioners, who' shall leceive a salary of $5,000 and serve for four years. In deciding the validity of any claim, the commission shall be governed by the provision of the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, the Gadsen treaty with Mexico, the law usuages and cuttoma of the govern ment from which the claim is derived and the decisions of the supreme court. In case of rejection or con firmation of any claim by the com mission, it shall be lawful for the claimant or the United States district attorney to present a petition to the district court of the district wherein the land is situated, praying for a re view of the decision. The district court shall render a judgment upon the evidence and shall, upon appli cation of the party against whom judgment is rendered, grant an ap peal to the United States supreme court. The usual provision it made authorizing the commission to ad minister oathi, summon witnesses, employ stenographers, etc. . Tub bilious spirit that jnakei an archism possible, that causes turbu lence, that incites tbe male human to ttand out for redress of grievances, supposed or real, has pervaded the frame of woman also within tbe past few days. The sewing women of Buf falo have assembled 200 etrongand fulminated the following resolutions gainst Miss Folsom: Whereas, Grow Cleveland is about to be married to al ta Frankle Folsom, and both bar bora retiden't 01 this airy and should bt interested In Its Industries; therefore. Resolved, Thtt tb at ion of MI Volaran la buying hof bnd .1 on II 1 in Kurope be donre catrd on tbe (round that the w-rk could be better din la Amule pirtiouiarly la Buf falo; and . . , Resolved, That we usa our best efforts to de- . " 1 : it - 1 ? , . - V , , : feat Mr. Cleveland's further politletl aspira tions If he persists u having his bi Ida's Uoutteau made in Varia. This it encouragement to home in dustries. The sewing women of Buf fajo are emphasizing in the foregoinjt resolutions a fine principle, for the protection of American labor. How ever. Miss Frsnkie Drobablv cnnsiii- ers that real lire president is caught tbe matrimonial net only ones in century and ber ears will be closed to the appeal of the sewinz women. and the making of the trousseau in Fans will not be interfered with. The elegance of the Parisian made ress will outweigh all other consid erations in Miss Folsom's mind, even though it will result in disaster to Mr. Cleveland's "further political as pirations." Mr. Blaine, here's your opportunity 200 women of Buffalo are already fighting your battle. - Go tell Rev. Burchard that he is retired on full pay and that the r. 0. p. pays the bills. For the Bloody shirt Brigade. The Nation. It was quite natural that Jobn Sher man should bave weloomod the .Jeff Davis incident as a piece of good tor- tune for republican politicians lacking an "issue" lor tbe fait campaign, since tbe Ohio senator has always cluni; bard to tbe bloody shirt. Mr. Sherman broke forth tbe other day in the familiar old strain, as follows: , " Davis is a monumental fool, a vain and disappointed old man, pnsiug as a martyr, une vine over 01s failures, and appealing for symoatby. What he says ia ot no particular consequenoe. í-verv body knows that he-has felt just as he talks a 1 the while, but the significant partof it all lies in the manner in which bis words are received by tbe people, the demonstrations of approval, the enthusiasm they cuate. That is what will affect the loval eleuientof thecoun trv, aud make the blood of those who fought to save the union boil wi'.h in dignution." But, unfortunately for tbe Ohio re publican, thtro came tbe very noxtdav this unanswerable explanation of what the demonstration roilly means from that representative southern republi can, lieueral Looitstruet, of Georgia: "This occasion is a revival of a harm less but beautiful senlimeDt. Tbe old soldiers wantod to get together again, and this was perhaps the best occasion for a mooting. It means no disrespeot to any other section of the country, nor is there an cvienoe of disloyalty in the display. We all recognize that tbe war is over, and ths n'l 'lie q Most ions then submitted for ducin 1 to the sword are forever settled. Mr. Davis growing old, tbe people were auxious to see . biro onoe again, and this was the best time to do It. Probably it is bis last appear anoo among us. That is all tbis demon stration means, and the right to this celebration bv both the young aud the old will everywhere be acknowledged. It means nothing more than a reunion of old comrades and tbe reviya) of nevor-fadioir memories." U bnt They all go For. TMulls. Mother Well, dear, did you bave a suooessful bum for arbutus? Dauzbter Yes, ma; Uus and Harry proposed within (ifteen minutes of each other. Mother I'm clad you bad such a pleas ant afternoon among tbe flowers. Your sister must eo next time. H, W. WYMAN, The Jeweler. Watches and Clocks Repaired. STREET. McQUAID & LAMARR, Contractors and Builders, ESTIMATES GIVIM ON PLANS. FtJROTTDR UrBOLSTKRBD. AKD RlrAIRCD. AI 90 GENERAL JOBEING. All work aeatly done and satisfaction gaar antced. . all and see us. Húop Grand Avenue. Bast Las Vegas, PARK HOUSE Southeast oorner of park, LA8 VEOAS HOT SPRINGS, Ni M. MRS. M. ADAMS, Proprietrosi Bates ti.OO per day, 8.00 and $10.00 per reei JP. 33. 33 V. iVfiJ, NEW PHOTO GAl LERY ART and CURIOSITY STORE. Vlowt of las Vegas and vlolnlty Frames uiaue w uruer. Indian Pottery and Blankets and KatlveCurloaltiea. other 920 Railroad Ave., Opera Bouse Block. LAS VEUA8, - - NEW' MEXICO, S. PATTY, Manufacturtr and dealer In Tin, Cooper, Sheetlron Ware Eave-Trougbs, Tin RooQn?, Camp stoves and minors' outfits. LAS VEGAS, ' NEW MEXICO. B. B. BORDJta. O. M. BOROS. B- B. BORDEN & CO. COHTRACTORSANOBUiLDERS, A work done with Neatness and Dlspatck Satisfaction euaranteed. : Plant, Kneel fleattons and Estimates Furnished. Shop and ornoeon Mala St., Bontta of Oathe lo meteiy, Bast Laa Vcgaa, M. M, Telephone oaaDeotlon with shop. CHARLES BLANOHARD, DEALER General Merchandise, Vool; Produce Sole ProDrietor of the Celebrated and La Rosa Blanca Unsurpassed facilities lor procuring havy machinery and all artloler of Merchandise . usually Kept la stock. . , . 1. -- ' "Agent for Mohawk and Chieftain Sc2kT Rakes "and Crawford Mowers, Threshing Machines. Hay Presses. Minln Machi err. Engines. Corn Shellers. Leffel's Wind Engine, Twenty years' experience In New Mexico entities LAS VEGAS. Douglas Ave., Near Browne & Manzanares', First class rlics at reasonable prices. . Larue corral attached. Telephone No. 12. Horses, mutes, wagon and harness for unyuruiKUb ' BUFFALO-HALL,' . ; -A. PLEAÜAITT EE30ET. Bridge Street Near Gazette Office. . Wholesale Liquor Dealer, ' FINE OLD WHISKEY A SPECIALTY. l.nPOKTKD AI.K, POHl'LK AM VIMII .ILK . t ltOUI.. Bridge Street. Orpooite Gazette Oiflce. Stock Exchange Feed Sales Stables. FINEST LIVERY Good teams and oareful drivers . homos and buckboardd lor ale. Bear St. Nletioiat ttame at ttoi eprinsa. a ved rot KLEEDER & CAMPBELL, THE GROCERS, BBIDQ-B StBEET. j II. GI3IST, The Bazaar HOUSE FURNISHING AND IAJPJCrV GOODS. . Bridge Street, Near the Eriige, NEW AND 2nd-Hand GOODS, Cook Stovee, Carpeta, and all kinds of Household Goods, at low prices, at Neil Colgan's Bridge St. Trading Mart. . The Snug:. Bridge tt , Jlxt Peor te Dept. A FIRST-CLASS RES MKALS OR LUNCH AT ALL HOURS. OYSTERS AND ALL DELICACIES of the season served on short notloe. J. BINOLE, Proprietor. If you wint sn elegant meal or lunch, palroulzs THE mNTJGr. TOM HAYWARD, East Side Sixth St. XI. GEIST, Undertaker, BMBAtiMBH, ABD .' ., . Funeral Director. ! Bridge St., Near Gazette Office. lartetl Ci Brands La Rosa Blanca Flow Smoking Tobacco me to olalm a thorough knowledge nl tbe NEW MEXICO salt'. Calls for backs answered promptly y o, uuwuajm, rropnetor. NTOCK NEW AND IN THE CITY. eon mules bona-nt and sold. Buggies, carriages hotel, sixth street, 'telephone Ao. IS. Branch - , : Atchisoih, Topeka & Santa Ft B Pasees through the territory from northeait vo aouinweet. uy oonsuitina; the map tt reaaerwui soe tnat at a po nt called LiaJunta In Oolorad , the Mew MaxUo extension Isavei the main line. niroasouthwfMt ihmush Trini dad and entets the territory thronuh Hatni pass. The traveler here be trina the most inter eriung journey on tnu oontinent. As he la car rieu uy puwenui engines on a eteei-raiied rook bullaated track up the steep ascent of tn Katon mountains, with theli oOaimlng soeu err. he catches treauent allmnses of th smr Isb peaka far to tie north, glittering In thi moming sun and presenting the grandes spectacle in the whole snowy range. Whei half an hour rrum Trinidad, thetratn sudden!' Sashes Into a tunnel from whleh tt emerge on trie soutnern slope or the Katon moun sins and in sunny Mew Hexloo. At the foot of the mountain lina thn Mltv a Haton, whoae extensive and valuable eoa BuWb make It one of the busiest places In tb torrltory. From Haton to Laa Vegaa the rtiur. lira along tne oaae 01 me mountains, unth' right are the snowy peaks in full view whll on the east lie the graray plains, tbe ohrat OATTLa Ratroa or thi soütbwmt, which stretch away hundreds of miles Int. tbe Indian Territory. The train reaches La V egaa in time for dinner. Las YBfJAfl. with an enterprising population ot noarl lo.uun. chiefly Amerloans. is one of the orino. pal cities of the territory. Here are iooate those wonderful hnaling fountains, the La Vegas hot snrinKS. Nearly all the war f rou Kansas City the rallroud baa followed th. route ot tne 01a o,.uta r Trail..- and not lies tnrougt. a country wnicn, aside Horn th beauty of U natural soenerv bears on ever hand the impresa of th iold Spanish civiliza lion, graitea centuries ago upon tne still mor. ancient and more interesting Pueblo and As tec stock Strange contrasta present them selves everywnere witn tne new engrarting 0 Amerloan life and energy. Is one snort hou th" traveler passes from the oitr of Las Vogai wuo ner lasniouauie hbaith ano rutASuua resort. uor elegant hotels, street railways, gas In streets, water wuras anu otner eviuenoea 01 mouernprogress,into the fastnesses of tilorieti mountain and in fullvlowof the ruins of thi old Pecos church, built upon the foundatioi of an Aateo temple, and tbe traditional birth piaoe 01 Montezuma, the oulture-god ot th Alíeos. It la only half a day's ride by ral from the Las Vegas hot springs to tho old Buanish olty of banta Vs. Santa Fe la tot oldest and most Interesting city In the Col tea States. From . Santa Fa , the , railroad runs down the valley of the Bio Uracúo toa junction at Albuquerque with the Atlantic and Pacific railroad, and at Doming with th Southern Paoino from San Francisco, passing on the way the prosperous city of Socorro and tbe wonderful Lake Valley and Percha min Ing district, finally reaching Demlng, from which point Silver City is only forty-five ml let distant and may be reached over the S. C. D. t K K. K. The reoent discoveries of ohkirldet n Bear mountains, near Silver Oily, exceed anything In the Kooky mountains in rlohness. Shipments of the ore nave been made toPuet lo that run as nigh a 46 per cent pure silver. For further Information address W.F.WH1TB, General Passenger nd Tloket Agent, A. T. & tí. F. B. B.. Toooka. Kansas Montezuma Ice Go Oloar Pure , Io, Las Vegaa Trade supplied by R. J. HOLMES, Leave orders with Wells Fargo ExDrese Office, EAST SIDE, or Leon & Co.'s West Bide. " MARCELLINO& MERNIN, HZW AMD OLD Pianos, Organs, So d on monthly payments and taken' in ex change. Muslo and. all kinds of Musloal In struments. S. and E. Books and Stationery. Bridge St., nxt PY Of f lc. MANUFACTURES Of Wagons ad Carries and tro a S'ael Chaina. Thlmbletkelne, Spring. Wago , Carriage sad Plow Wood Work, Blank - - amitm Tools, 8arrn't Patent WLoela. Tin manufacture of Buckboardsr-Sprin f A Specialty. Eeep on hand an assortment of C COOPKB'B CBIiCBBATED STUIr-BXBlS FARM WA.OOB& Arant for the BTUntmERrl MAaVCTTJ,Riro OOMPANTM WAGONS'itod CAB JAG and D. M. OdBOrlNH CO.'. aMWBBS and KaA.I?lía.í oHolt fOtüera from Unobmen for t . Horaeaboeing and all kinds of Kapalrlnf Dó naUCUM,Wakié,?f TjAS VEGAS, J. C LEARY & CO., ; Gommission For the LIVE STOCK, MID RANCHES; Office In the Stock Grower Building, Las Vecae. New Mexico JOHN W. HTLL, Commission lencte And Dealer in - ' Hay, Grain, Flout and Produce, Grass and Garden Seeds LAB VEOAS, NBW MEIXIOP, J; li Bridge Street. Las FIRST NATIONAL BANK DOFLAS ' (Snooesaor AUTHOlvIZED CAPITAL O A PIT Ai. PAID IN - SÜKPliüS AND PKOFIT8 . : Transaeis a uenerai OFFIOER8: J. RATKOLD8, President. J. 8. BAXMOLUS, Cashier, DIRECTOR: 3AJBLES BLANCH A Rl , . JRFFBU8 9. f. DINKLB, C HABLES 3. S.BAYKOLDS, WDeuosltonr of tbe Atchison, FELIX MARTINEZ, 6ENER ALTRADER, BRO KER and COLLECTION AGENT 3Votary Xul9llo mx.3L Oonreysv&oer. Befen by permission to First National hank, and Ban Miguel National Bank, Lai Vega. f peolal attention paid to the handing of n estate, ranches, grants and lire stock TerrW torial and county sorlp and bonds b iught and sold, xo partlet dealrlng to investí guarantee tutisiaction. Corretpondsnoe Solicited. .. . ... LAS VEGAS. (Bridge C3r R. Jk. Y ÍS O 3NT tSo O O., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Wines, Liquors, Cigars FINE OLD WHISKIES, BRANDIES, CHAMPAGNES, BOTH IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC, CONS1ANXLY 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, LAS VEGAS IRON WORKS J. C. ADLOFJ, Proprietor. Manufacture - Steam Engines and Mining Machinery Architectural Work, Machinery and Rollers, Iron and Braes . Castings Made on Short Notice. - " - LAS VEGAS, : '' t : t . ? . i NEW MEXICO The Plaza Billiard Hall, FINE WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS.' " South Side of Plaza, , . TJ Dealer in Heavy Hardware , , NEW - MEXICO. lit . fie ' ; Merchants Sale of . , ' " r Vegas, New Mexico. VEGAS. to Raynolda Bros.) , 'Kir m 'I - . - 1500.000 - 100.000 , . f. i 40,000 -"'-.i . -wiNUs jtansmg Business. - 0. J. Di.íKET, rine Prasldrat. J, a PI UOK, Asslttaat Caihlar. BLANCH A RI. J. 8. PI8BON, ... JBFFBKSOH BATNOLDS. Tooeka & Santa Fe flailro.ad .iP Street,) NEW MEXICO N. M. V V it il f ifirlj J -a,.i- Las Vegas Nen líiíxico.