THE LAS VEGAS tíAZETTE-SÜXüAY MORNING, MAY 16, l8o.
FOR Al.fi TRADERS.
RENTAL AND LOAN AGENCY
Office Sixth St., opposite poetoffice.
MONEY TO LOAN ON HOOD REAL
HOUSES TO RIOT
Bn.inejs property, nrlrn t ,1)00, lessee puar
lalMit fore year t tlW per month.
Ktldsnm property for sale, price $1,00 J
Bftn S nar f ntcin inve.Uuetit.
A few ohoioa lots tor sule at reasonable
Bualoem chanoes for rale.
Don.t forf(pt to come and see n before ma
SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 16
Visit Eiuns' AriHnd Curiosity Store
The Arcado saloon, Sixth street, is
still a popular place of resort.
E. A, Pronlice has threo good ponies
for salo. Parties wishing lo unnihuse
will inquire of ulm.
One uair of good mules with names
nod wagon are offered for sale by A, D
Clark, deputy sborin.
Splemli- ice cream, the best in the
city, at Fetter's ice cream parlor, or.
Grand avenue. Call ana try it.
Godfrey, III., creamery butter
han no equal,
at Jilcder í Campbell's,
t,'rs. Taylor, Ulacliard street, oppo
site t lio seminary, can take a law more
day boarders. She sets ono of the best
tables in town.
The St. Nicholas hotel is now selling
the nicest table of any hotel in the city
The cooking is splendid, and the menu
Henry Stnssart, the Las Voir us gun
smith, has genuine, old California wine,
Vintage of 1883, which he sells for 1
per gallon or bf ly cents per bottlo.
Spalding's League Bise Balls, Bats
Hammocks, Croquet, Fishing Tackle
Ammunition, Baby Buggies, Willow
Chairs, etc. just reoeived at
Tns Bazar, Bridge Street.
Leave orders for ice at Leon Bros.
west side, and Wells, Fargo & Co.'s of
Ace on east side.
Montezuma Ick Co
we will fflve 85. OO for any im
parities lotind la our Godfrey
butter. luecier v uampDeiL
Families can be supplied with portor,
ale. beer, wines and fine champagne at
McDonald's, in the (livens block, on
Rridge street. Also fine brandies and
Two elogantly furnished rooms, with
or without board, for single gentlemen
or a couple of families wiihmucbildren
can be had at reasonable ratos by np
plying at this ornee.
New Mexico's Need.
Mr. X. H. Lawrence gave expression
to some views the other day in the hear
in of a Gazette reporter, which are
worthy of deep consideration. Mr,
Lawrence is one of the heaviest cattle
owners in this section of the territory
and as such, his views oarry great
weight. His statement wan that th
ranges of northern New Mexico are
overstocked with cattlo already.
much so that the bringing in of add
tional stock is really criminal. VV Lib
New Mexico really needs is farmers
energetic, practical, pushing farmers.
ibose who will use the water advan
tsges to tboir full extent, and produce
lar.e crops of forming produots. Chiet
among these Bhould be alfalfa. There
is and will be no conflict of interest be
tween the osttleman and the farmers.
On the contrary the cattlemen will find
to their interest to use alt the grass pro
ducts of the farmer bay, alfalfa, ensi
laze in wintering their stock. 'Ihus
tbe cattlemen will bo a bbuelit to tne
f armerj in furnishing a market for their
products, and the farmers will be aben
elit to the cattlemen by enabling them
to maintain better herds on their ranges
Tbe two inleroíti in this way will go
nana m naua, ana in tnis way jew
Mexico win becoroo rich and pros
Rev. Gorman should bo cart-ful bo
he talks with nuwspapor reporters, else
lie may appear in a contradictory licli
Jt is a llttlo ungracious, to say tbe least
t it, tor a man wno receives a favor
able And gratuitous newspaper notice
to posture before the public as a mis
represented personage, (.specially when
jib own woras are given. .
Will receive this morning.
A DAY'S RECORD.
Shlllinc Scenes la the Ktlttido-
Rcopn of Loral Life,
Placed n Type for the Edification
Of the Sunday Uaaette'e
G. W. Lane was confirmed as territo
rial secreter? by the United Si ales sen
ate, May 13ib.
Hot Springs : Rev. T. L. Gulick
preaches at 3 p. ni. and -uodaj-icbool
is held a i o oiock.
Service at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. with
teo-miuute sermons by Dr. CrofS, at St.
Paul's chapul today.
This afternoon al 2 o'clock tbe base
ball club will baye a practice game at
their old grounds on tbe east side, -
Colonel Marshall yesterday passed
(mother mile stone on tbe highway of
in. tie is now ono of the forty-niuers.
Dr. N. B. Howard, of tbe City drug
store. Bridge street, bas gone east ou
business, leaving his store in charge ol
. o. sagor.
ft. S, Hays has been appointed con
duo tor on tbe western division of tbe
Santa Fe, and will take charge of Cou
ductor Shulu's crew.
On Friday uigbt M. S. Hart resigned
his position as first assistant foreman of
Hose Company INo. 1, and another
member was elected to till tbe vacancy
A. A. Senecal was yesterday receiv
ing from Richard Dunn, ot the Gascou
Mills, tbe lumber requisite for tbe re
luudcliDgot his Bridge street property,
Jeans M. Gallegos has sold to Trlnl
dad Maitincz for S350 a parcel of laud
Ivinir uoon the Hot Springs branch
mad, near to ihe town of Upper Las
Ihe MoiittUore congregation bold a
meeting of greet importunco to the or
ganization this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Alt members are rt quested to he pres
Tho rink has been engaged for next
Friday uigbt by certain of our society
young gentlemen to give a compliment
ary birthday dance to a young lady of
Miss Clnrn llyitt, the sllhcted young
proprieirtsj of tbe little Sixth street no
tion store, is so sonouly ill that she has
been compelled to cloau her place oi
A. A. Grunt went south last night,
Ho will soon return to southern Kansas
where he bas contracts on the exten
sions of the A., T. & S. F. road, to keep
him busy an summer.
Jim Lyon, inspector for the Territo
rial Stock association, carue in vaster
day from Raton. Ho reports a tine rain
at Wagon Mound on Friday, while con
siderable snow li- i t t r:i. iilad.
Tbe Las Vega llo&e company, No. 1,
rriuay n'gnt passed a vote of tbanks U
Mrs A. C. Knox, for an elegant eirbi
day clock presented by her as a token id
atr appreciation ol tbeir labor) in suv
ing ber property,
Contractor Kavanaugh and Mr
Wooster, of the woostur bouse, say
mat james iracey, a sione-ouuer iatei
euiDioved bv the former. Is a thief anil
beat. I be fellow tt jIo a hue lot of tools
and skipped tbe town.
S. W. Le, tbe efficient superintend
ent of the Water Works company, has
tesigned bis position, to go to Kansas
and engage in railroad constiuotion. Tbe
resignation is to take effect as soon as
a successor can be appointed.
Hon. Leonard Sweet and son are at
tbe Springs. Mr. Sweet is a very dis-
ungu Btied lawyer ot -bicago. tie may
on account of our climate, mika bis
permanent residence in our uiiy, where
be bas lately acquired large properly
Night before last a thief broke into
an outbuilding of the Wooster house.
forced open a box of valuables wbicb
had been left for storage, and abstracted
tbe contents. Deacon Wooster says
mat tne viwan wno made awaywitb
the plunder can have tbe box if he calls
Contractor McGnnigle bas purchased
27,000 brick from M. S. Hart, to be used
on the MonU-jiuu hotel, and will need
a stid further consignment. Mr. Hart
bas received such encouragement in
bis business that he is preparing to en
large 1 t and push it lor all that it is
Tbe First Congregational church
meets al tbe hall in Wyman s block a
U this morning and 7,80 this evening,
Sunday-school at 9:45 a. m. Morning
subject: is it uigbt to e Acgrvr'
Evening subject: "What Is tbe Best
Insurance of Happiness P" T. L. Un
The Lewis Boys are determined to
dispose of their entire stook, regardless
of cost. As it has passed through the
Are, thoy are resolved to get rid ot it
though scarcely one part id twentv-flve
received any damage. They wish to 011
their shelves with an entirely new
stock. Now is tbe time to get astonish
General Fred Walsen, president of
the Las Vegas Street Car oo-aanv,
came in yesterday from old Mexico
and is, with his wife, tbe guest of
Charley 1 amnio. General Walsen, who,
by the way, is orotner in-taw to C. U
Sporleder, will remain for a couple of
days in our city. He has large property
interests oesiaes tne street car une.
There will be services at tbe M. E.
church today at follows: Sundsy school
at 8:45 a. ni., preaching at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. ru. As this is the quarterly
meeting occasion, ney. a. w. xnornton
will preach morning and evening, and
the stcirment of tho Lord's supper will
be administered at tbe close of tbe
morning sermon. Ihe public are in.
yited to attend these services.
Tbo Springer Mercantile and Bank
ing company have just completed a
boat to carry freight teams over the
Cimarron river at Springer, which will
temporarily take the place of the bridge
washed away during tbe reoent floods
at Springer. All parties along the
Ocato and near by country, will now be
able to. oross the Cimarron river at
Springer without fording tbe stream
Colonel Pritcbard and E. A. Prentice
recently returned from - a trip which
they took together lrom Mora over tbe
range to Taos. The latter was lookins
for berf cattlo, the former was intent
on legal labors. They were tbe first to
cross the mountains after the last deep
snows. Tbe trip was a difficult one,
and in many pUces dangerous, but they
made it in safety. Like sll travelers
tbey were obarmed with the beauty and
fertility of the Mora and Taos valleys,
and with their vast possibilities as agn-
cultural regions. So, tw, thy were
impressed with Ihe advantages Las
Vegas would derive from a railroad
opening up that section of country.
The time is near at hand when entei
priifn. colonists will become aware of
the uatursl advantages of those moun
tain retreats. Tben the commerce of
that section, which even now is (if great
value, will ba f incalculable import
ance. Las Vegas should be reaching
out ber arms, in tbe way ut roads, aud
preparing nerseii to reap tbe harvest,
which soon must fall to tbe lot ot some
Hems Concerning People and Their
Nathan Adler left yesterday for An
A. B. Miner came in yesterday
from tne soatn.
L. G. Purdy came np from the south
Charley Goodrich came in yesterday
(torn Fort Sumner. He reports it f r-
ru ly dry ia that region, and cattie suf
fering greatly becuute of it.
A Gazette reporter found a red rug
on the street day before yesterday. The
owner can have t-ame by calling at tin-
office and paying lor mis notice .-
W. A. Shaug bas resigned his. posi
tion as bngíagemaster at tbo iJwpoi.
For four and a halt years he bas iever
lost a day. C- T. Mooro, brother of the
agent at this plaoe, is his successor.
James Wirt and wife are in Las Ve
gas yisiting friends. Thsy will reunuir.
here several days and then coutiuue
rheir journey to Minnts jla, where they
will probably mase tneir iuiure touie.
Dr. Tipton teturned last night f iiim
tbe meeting of the Medical asaociiitiou
in St. Louis. The doctor bail a pleas
ant lime, and returned looking like h
dude with bis stovepipe hat and a!,k
R P No a by, the rustling reprsi na
tive of the live commission turn of
IV bite & Holmss, Kausus City, led last
night for southern New Mexico to
round up a number of marketable steer
lor that lirro.
Colviu J. MuKenzie. of Gleso-v, Scot
land, president of the Scottish Mort
Loan and Land Investment company
which ii managed iu Las Vegas by Geo.
. Dinkel. is now at the Hot Sun n
enjoying tbe delightful surroundings ul
tuis popular resort oi tne west.
George E Slevens and W. H. Firtb
two of the traveling patsecger agen's
of the Burlington route, have been out
at the Springs for a few days, and went
south iast uigbt, Mr. Stevens will
Probably make his headquarters in Las
P. li. Page, representative of the
Western Wool commission house. St.
Louis, returm d jeslerday fromafiuc
eesslul business trip to points in the
Rio Grande valley. He Seys tbe loss to
tbe flocks in that section this year bas
been very great, being estimated by
wen informed parties at about twenu
bva per cent of the entire number. Tbe
clip is very backward, the severe
weatber of the sprin. delaying the
shearing. Tbe prospects are that the
clip will be much less this year than for
several y eais past.
The finest creamery butter ever
brougnt to ibis market.
Kleder & Campbell,
Equal to the Fine Imported.
Is the next size to our "Gerster" and
is composed of selected imported wrap,
pera and choicest Vuelta Abnjo filler
with Spanish workmanship. (On open,
ing these cigars smokers will find the
tiller nicely booked and rolled up in
Tbenniy place tbey can bs obtained
in Les Vegas is at Cbris .oilman's Club
Carpetings, Malting, Hugs, Upholstery Goods
in Lace, Scrim. Paw Silk and Plush
Would also call attention to a lot of cpeap Wall Papers which
- will be sold
CHEAP TO CLOSE.
When in want of anything in Dry
Furniture and Bedding, Don't
TROPICAL FIT STORE
-All this week will receive dally shipments of
Cherries, Strawberries, Apricots,
THE CHOICEST GltOWN.
HAS REACHED US
An Inspection of our
"Will Convince you of Their
"Worth and Beauty.
N. L. Rosenthal & Sons.
Park Drag Store
8 jcoad door from Post Office.
S. I. H0BTH & BR0.
P eserlpttGns a fclpecialty.
OPEN ALL NICHT,
Choice vines and Liquors for
A FIRE LINE OFCIOABS.
B lde St. Las Vegas.
noariltng by th week, dsy or meal. Good
vir-tuals well cooked Clean beils nicely
SS ct. a meal, SS eta. a bed, or SJ6
per u eek, boarding and lodflna,
H HI' OERS.
M. E. KELLY,
( iwner of the M K brand ot cattle)
MNCH MD CATTLE BROKER.
OPriCK: Bridge Street, Opposite Postoffloe.
Burreylnr, by John Campbell, tbe well-known
PONDER & HORNE,
PlumbersGts and ta Fife
All work guaranteed to give satlsfaotlon,
. Sixth St., Eaat -aaVegaa.
All west side orders att-ded to by A. J
H ugbton, Bridge bt. Telephone f.
NEW AND OLD
Ro d on monthly payments and taken in ex
change. Music and all kinds of Muiloal In
S. and E. Books and Stationery.
Bridge St , next to Poet Of flee. 0
Place to See a New Stock o
THE CITY SHOE STORE!
NO. 17 OerLter Street.
It Goods 9
C. H. SPORLEDER,
. -t .
NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY.
Ladles' Oonola Kid Button.
Ladles' French Kid Button.
Ladles' Fins Amsrlean Kid Buttsni
Misses Fine American Button.
In B, C, D, add 1 widths. ' ''
Also, a Good Assortment of Boys' Shoes. :
The above goods made to order eipr'sily '.for my trade, warrant- 1 ...
Ladles who desire a flnr-eliias Shoe Dressing wilt And the same In getting th Almond
Polish. Contains Oil, and will prove superior to ail othsrs for Ladles' Fine Shoes.
CHAS. TI. SPORLEDER, Solé Agent. 1
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats,
OAFB, BOOTS ANX) SHOBa.
Damaged by the recent fire, to be sold
REGARDLESS OF COST!
Some of these goods are but slightly damaged, while others are
not damaged at all, but they must all and will be sold.
Call Early and Secure Bargains.
The Golden Rule
Ward Block, Opposite
w. r. ooori.
Wholesale and He tail Sealers ta
House Uing Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Uat-tas, Sto,
Sporting Good. Bnge. Ooolf and Heating Stoma, Grates
Lumber Lath, Shingles, Doors and Blinds.
ALSO CONTRACTING AND BUILDING.
-AS VEGAS : : ; ; . ygyy MEXICO.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Las Vegas Roller Mills Flour
OHRIS. VV JJJ cisrD ,
MANCfACTCREH Ot '
SODA AND MINERAL WATERS.
Las Veeaa, - s
Dealer in Fruits of all Kinds
The inert stock of Freeh Frnlti and Nnta In the etty. And Water, loe Cream and Part
Apple Cider. Surer and fruit Candy.
First Glass Short Order Parlor-Open Day and llight.
STATID.3.3 BBAXTDB 07 OXGE&S. ,j
0ratei , C--xo Servecl lxx B-vosrsr sstyl
CBHTBR STREET. OH1 DOOB IABT OT SPORLKDEl'S 8HOS STOKE.
TONY'S BABBER SHOP.
AIR DRISSHe PARLOR,
Hot and Cold Batho,
Ladies Hair Cut, Shampoo and Hair Dressing a Specialty.
FRITATS ROOMS fOR LADIES. '
Bridge Street, near Gazette Office, Las Vegas, New Mexico.
JtOniV '- v."'''-;;
Depot, East Las Vegas.
HENRY O. COOR8.
tradu Burpiar, '
- - New Mexico.
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