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THE LAS VEGAS GAZETTE TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 18, 1886.
tail nan 1K71. PIEBCB, H1IDY . FUBUMBO DAIJ.r, IXC'BfT MOHDAYS. TI RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION DC ADVANCE Dlly,bT mall. ons fwr, , 7 DUt, by aull, six nomas, . pally, by msdl, tar months, ; .DsJIt.stswtW, per ; - ftcmtt by ttnttva Las en i. ma .10 00 ..tos ..160 T order or rf tiered lettr. If sent ntner- wlsst we will sot be responsible lor raises, r- '"-new. aaamp, : ' rltm.ll, HARDT Js WABjflR, . lu Veu, Hew Mexico ... Ipsdiam copies sutfro on application. : , A3nrtltlD( rate mad kaowa oa appUoa- ' sira. " T: jBBANCH OtTICE. : Corner tilth and Douglas streets, with A. A J.H. Wise, real est.ts. T Correspondente of The Oasettei Correspondents of TffEGAZBRi will forward Immediately all Important newt itemt by wire when art Liable, otherwise by earlieet mall or exprett terries. TUESDAY MORNING, MAY, 18 How ridiculous do the anarchists now appear. Each and every one of them was a hero in the eyes of the dissatisfied workingmen who saw in the labors of the miserable humans wh6 spei;God with a little g a means of their regeneration. ; These red eyed, fellows threw a bomb or two cried, "liberty!" and then scooted to their holes. They are simply miser able cowards. While looking through the grates of the penitentiary they will cry out "liberty" louder than ever. The outlook for the democratic party in Ban Miguel county this year is more favorable than it has been for years. The elements of weakness among the republicans are many The pause of democracy is sure to win here when every democrat appre dates the signs of the times and squares himself for vigorous effort The county committee will short ly meet andctrm.ulate a plan of ac tion that will Jfispire confidence in the minds pt tjhe people that the party has but to ttserji ijielf and ,the day is theirs. . ' v , Wihave f population of 55,000,000 today: :The increase is going ahead at an amazing pace. Soon America will have ÍOO.000,000 , people. If the labor problem is now so serious a matter, . how will it be twenty-five years hence when competition in trad and strugle for existence even among a great many shall have be come ien times .fiercer than they are now? The lessons of the recent past mast not be forgotten. We must have more - and .better schools; we must make more and import less; we must be more careful to equip men and women for a life struggle. We ..must alio it more careful who comes to our shores. ' In no better way is the sturdy hon esty of purpose of President Cleve land shown in his administration of affairs for the people of the country than, to notice his action of late in the matter of pension bills. When he believes a matter is wrong that comes to him from congress for his signature, the veto is promptly ap- t plied. Tbere have been hundreds of claims passed by congress which the pension office rejected. Hitherto presidents assuming that any bill congress might pass was right, have attached their signatures to them 'Without further question. ' Not so with Mr. Cleveland. ". He examines every bill carefully and satisfies him self of its correctness before he signs it. The politicians may rave at the president, but the people, the voters, will not overlook the sterling quali , . ties possessed by him and which are 'carrying him along into history asa ' man the people can trust and bet on as a sure winner. Tai settlement of all private land claims In New Mexico which now seem likely of " speedy accomplishment, will be of inestimable advantage to northern New Mexico in particular. We want here, as in every other part of the territory, a development of very resonrce of the soil. - Las Vegas with its facilities of trade and ex change will take on a new growth whenever the productive capacity of the thousands of acres about us are "iflmultfed4andHhe " Tarious ;nter plises tjhat are germane to the settle neat and cultivation of the ground are encouraged. The stationary con dition of affairs all through this sec tion, save the development of the stock interests, has arisen as much from the uncertainty of titles as from any one source. Many acres of land would already have passed into active hand had the title question been a settled one. The coming five years will see a remarkable development of this section in common with many portions "of the territory. The evil of depending on Kansas and Missouri for tb products of their soil cannot continue forever. We shall have to look about us and find someway whereby the surplus money of the county that now goes to those itate to pay for what we coniume, may b retained here at home. New Mexico since 1880 hat built up not a few of the rigorous towns . that dot the prairies of Kansas. We ran raise the fruits , of the earth here to supply oar wants ai well as to let Santas do it for us. It is a mighty poor principle in the economic condi tions of a state to be wholly depend ent upon another state fur what it consumed by its people so long as it can all be produced at home. Our present plan of allowing the state ot Kansas to feed us will impoverish us. Hebb Moat and his satellites, the labor problem, and all things else of a publio nature are cast into the shade in Cincinnati since the special grand jury of Hamilton county closed its work last week. The cause of re form has been exalted, and we hope the morals of the' community ben efited tbere by the indictment of John R. McLean, publisher of the Enquirer, and Murat Halstead and Deacon Richard Smith, of the .Com mercial Gazette, for publishing lot tery advertisements contrary to law. The distinction of special mention that has been thrust upon these great lights in the newspaper world will be a stimulus to the struggling; pupil in the "art preservative" to continue his labors, hoping that when he shall become full of years and honors, he may have sense sufficient to respect the laws of his country, at least. The statute, which caught them as trans gressors reads: 'That whoever pilnts or publishes In any Wat an account of Any lottery or scheme of ohsnce of any kind or description, bT whatso ever name known, stilting when or where it will be drawn, or the prizes therein, or tbe price of a ticket, or thowlng where such ticket may be. obtained, luty be lined not more man iuu. A Reputable Newspaper's opinion. Sliver City Enterprise (Ron). The Las Veoas Gazette, wtiloh paper passed into llie bands of Messrs Pieroe, Hardy & Warnor, of that city, on tbe 1st ubi., and was by tbe new firm niacin eu evening paper, lias again changed its time of publication to the morning bours. Tas Gazette's ap pearance and politics have undergone a radioal change smoe tbe advent of tbe oew proprietors. It has been reduced to a six-column paper and is now tbe professedly loa.l n ' "-an of New Mex ico democracy. Wmt ler these trans mutations will efl'eot tbe finanoial wel fare of tbe concern for tbe belter re mains yet to be seen. It certainly could not be in bands better qualified to make it a legitimate business proposition. Tbere ought to be room for one straight forward, impersonal democratic news paper in Mew Mexico, and we wish the new proprietors all tbe success possible to be attained in tbeir efforts. A Bill That Mioma Pate. Tbe following is tbe bill Introduced by Delegate Joseph, providing for tbe reapportionment of the teiritory: Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress As sembled: That tbe Governor ot the Territorv bf New Mexioo be and be is hereby ant nor mad to reapportion tbe said Territory into legislative district, in accordance with the population thereof us ascer tained by tbe census taken on tbe Ursl day ot July, 1885; tbe said reapportion ment to be made and take effect prior to tbe general election to be bad in November, 1888. H, W. WYMAN, The Jeweler. Watches and Clocks Repaired. CENTER STREET,1 McQUAID & LAMARR, Contractors and Builders, ESTIMATES 1VN ON PLANS. FcawiTuaa UrooLSTiiiD am BarAiaao. : AI SO GENERAL JOBIING. . All work neatly dose and satisfaction gnsr- ameea. . eu ana see us. anop 416 Grand Avenue, East Las Veías, PARK HOUSE Southeast corner ot park, LAS VEOAS HOT SPRINGS, N.M. MRS. M, ADAMS, Proprietress. Batee SI. 00 per dsx, S9.00 and $10.00 per wees J7 33. ESVLTNTS, NEW-PHOTO GAI LERY ART and CURIOSITY STORE. Views of I Las Vegas and vicinity. Frames made to order. Indian Pottery and Blankets and otber Native Curiosities. ISO Railroad Are., Opera House Block. ; LAS TEttAB, - NEW MEXICO B. B. BORDBK. . C. M. BoaOBH. B B. BORDEN & CO. anuflois mo builders, A work doae with Neatness and Dispatch, Satisfaction enaranteed. Plans. iDeclfloationsand Estimates Tarnished Shop and ofBoe on Mala St.. Bonth of Oatholle meterv, East Las Vegas, N.M. Telephone toeneoUoa with shod. CHARLES BLANCHARD, DEALER IN General Merchandise, Vool, Produce Sole rroprietor of the Celebrated and La Rosa Blanca 1 atiirpttsed facilities lor procuring benvT machinery siul all srl loins of Merohaudiae rc usually tepi in tiwk Agent for Mohawk and Chieftain 8t!lcy Rakes and Crawford Mowers, Threshing Machines. Hay Presses. Minina Machip err. Entines. Corn Shellers. Leffel's Wind Engine. rweuty years' axpralsaoe Id New Mexico entitle wsnisoi uie LAS VEGAS! - - Da s tiwi M Fcei Stalls Doug; as Ave., Near Browne & Manzanares', . First olag riirs at reasonable prices. Larue corral attached. Telephone No. 12, Horses, mules, wagon and harness for ii infill BUFFALO HALL. B:H.Eía. A. Bridge Street Near Gazette Office, Wholesale Liquor Dealer, FINE OLD WHISKEY A SPECIALTY. IMPOKTKO ALE, PORTER Bridge Street. Or polite Gazetta Office." Stock Exchange Feed Sales Stables. FINEST LIVERY flood teams anil careful drivers. Houses sn'l and buvkboarila lor tale. Hear St Nicholas stable at Hoi Hprlnns. H. GEIST, The Bazaar nOUSE FURNISHING AND PAJNOY GOODS. Bridge Street, Near the Bridge, HEW AWD 2nd-Hand GOODS, Cóok Stovee, Carpets, and all kinds of Household Goods, at low prices, at Neil Colgan's Bridge St. Trading Mart. The Snug. Bridge St , Next Doer ts Depot. I FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT MFALS OR LUNCH AT ALL HOURS. OYSTERS AND ALL DELICACIES ot the season torved on short notice. J, BINGLE, Proprietor. If you wmt an elegant meal or lunob, patronise THE! SISTTJ TOM HAYWARD, East Side Sixth St. Undertaker, XI XhX A it 3MC H XI , AND Funeral Director. Bridge St., Near Gazette Office. PONDER & H0RNE, PluDibefs.Gas and Steam Fitters, ' All work guaranteed to give satisfaction, Sixth St., East I.as Vge. All west tide orders attended to by A. J. Houghton, Bridge St. Telephone 85. lianufaoturtr and dealer In Tin, Cooper, Sheetlron Ware Eave-Trougus. Tin Rooflrifr. - Camp stoves and miners' outtita. LAS VGA8, NEW MEXICO. lea mm Brands La Rosa Blanca 1'loui Smoking Tobacco m to claim a thorough kqpwledge ol tb people. . NEW MEXICO side. Culls for hacks answered promptly , . t?, v kj jrruprieiur. BILLIAEDS. R ESOET. A Kit rjllMJER ALE. CHOICE. STOCK NEW AMD IN THE CITY. mutes bonrht and sulci. Ruinilra. M,rrlo. hotel. Sixth street. Jeicpbone Ao. 63. Branch Ateln'fnn, Tooclta A Sfnü F n ' faneua inrotja tho territory frura northeast to southwest. Hy couaulting the map m remlcrwll! see that ni a po lit lulled LaJunts luColoruil., the Nevr alexlto extension luave the main hue, turns southwest thruuirn Trini diul ami enieiK tbe territory through Katoi puss. Tbe traveler here begins the moat inte' otinK Joiirnsy oa the continent. As lie luí. rieil by powcrlul eiigines on a steel-rail d. ruek uulluhted track up the Hteep ascent of be ttittuii tniiuntaius, with tneir ctmimlna; f en ery, he catebee Irequeut irluupses of the Bp. t Ish peuhs far to the north, glittering in tu. mornliifr sun. and pregentlnir the Krauiles spoctncli) in the whole Bnowy range. Whei half an hour I rom Trinidad, thd train suddeul dasbrainto a tunnel iruui which It oinorire" on the southoru slope of tbe Kuton mouai ains and in sunny New Mux loo. At the toot of the mountain lies tho-otty o Union, whose extensive and valuable cot Ileitis lnuke I tone or the busiest places In th territory. From Katon to Las Vegas the rou' lies along tbo base or the mountains. On th right are the snowy peaks in full view whll on tbe east lio the grarsy plains, the OBKAT OATTLB HANOK Or TUB SOCTtlWKRT, which stretch away hundreds of miles Itu tbe Indian Territory. The train reaches La Vegas in time for dinner, LAS VIUAS. with an enterprising population ot noai 10,1(0,), ehlofiy Ainerioaus, is one of tbo pi mu pul culos of the territory. Here are locate those wonderful healing fountains, the La Vegas hot springs. Nearly ail the way froi Kansas City iho railroad has followed th route of tbe Old .inta Fe TralL," and uo lies through a country which, aside fiom tb beauty of ie natural soenery bears on ever hand the impross of tb old Bpauish clvillzi Uou, gralted oanturles ego upon the still mm auuleut and more interesting iuehio and A. teo stock Btrange contrusta present then selves everywhere with Iho new engrafting American life and energy, in one abort hot tiio traveler pasaos lroin the oily of Las Vog with her tasbionable UCALTH AMD flgASOU RSMOHT, her riegant hotels, street railways, gas lb streets, water works and other eviaenoes oi modern progresB,intothe fastnessos of Wlorlch mouutuln and In full view of the ruins of th, old feoo ohuroh, built upon tbo foundutloi of an Alteo temple, and the traditional birth place or Montezuma, the oulturegod of thi Aztecs. It Is ODly half a day's rids by ral from the Las Vegas hot springs to tho ole Besnisb city of Banta Fo. Banta Fe Is ttu oldest and most Interesting olty In the United Btales. From Banta Fe the railroad runs down the valley of the Rio Orauia toa Junction at Albuquerquo with the Atlantic and Paolflo railroad, and at Deming with tht Boutnern racino irom san Francisco, passlnc on the way the prosperous oity of Socorro and tbe wondorful Lake Valley and Peroha mln Ingdtstriot, finally reaching Deming, from whlob point Silver City la only forty-ilve ml lei distant and may bo readied over the 8. 0. U. a K. U. tt. The recent discoveries of chloride n Boar mountains, near livor Uity, exceed anything in tbe Moony mountains in richness, Shipments of the ore have been made to Pueb lo that run aa high aa 46 per cent pure silver. For further information address W.F.WH1TB, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, A.T. it . F. It. It.. Touoka, Kansas SAVED FOR KLEEDER & CAMPBELL, THE GROCERS, . 8TEBET. Montezuma Ice Go Oleetr Xu.ro Xoe. Las Vegas Trade tu pplled by R. J. HOLLIES, Leavs orders With Wells Fargo Exprese Offloe, EAST SIDE, or Leon & Co.'b West Side. rw. IEEE. SHUPP, M ANUF AOrVHBS 0 Wagons and Carriages and iron Sel Chains, Thlmblesketns, Springs Wago i, Carriage and Plow Wood Work, Black tmlths' Tools, barren's Patent ft Leelt. The manufacture of . -y Backboards, Spring Wagons A Specially. Keep on hand aa assortment oí OOO PUB'S CELKBHATBD BTEHL-BKRIH Í ABM WAUONft. Areot for tbe STUOHmKBS M AVTJF ACTTJWNrJ COMPANY'S WAGONS and CAR .1A0KS and D. M. OSDORNS A CO,1 a MOWERS and KKAPEHS. Solteli orders from lanchmea for TÍRANDING IRONS. Horseshoeing and all kinds of Ke pal ling Done by M rat-Class Workmen. L'AS VEGAS, JSTEW MEXICO. J. C LEARY & C0, Commission Merchants - For the Sale of LVE STOCK AMD RANCHES. Office in the Stock Grower Building, Las Vegas. New Mexico JOHN W. HILL, Commission Merchant. And Dealer In Hay, Grain, Flour and Produce, Grass and Garden Seeds LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO." DEALER IN ' Boo FUiisrisHiiisra- goods Bridge Street, Las FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK LAS VEGAS. (Suooesaor to Kaynolds Bros.) AU THOriZED CAPITAL CAPITA!. PAID IN - S jitPLUS AUD PKOFIXS . . . Transacts a General Banking Business. OFFIOER8: f. BAYNOLD8, President, f. S. KAYNOLDS, Cashier. t)IREOTORa: J. 8. RAYNOLD8, WDeDOBitorr of the Atchison, FELIX MARTINEZ, GENERALTRADER.BRQKER and COLLECTION AGENT TJ"ot.vy X'xa.'bllo nxxcl Oouvoyuoer. 3efer by permission to First national bank, and Ban Miguel National Bank, Las Vegas. -pedal attention paid to the handing of real estate, ranches, grants and live stoolc. Terri torial and county scrip and bonds bouirht and told, lo parties desiring to Invest I guarantee alisractlon. Correspondence scllolted. AS VEGAS. (Bridge GRAYSON dab OO., 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 PAIRING NEATLY DOTsTE. No. 9Bridge Street. Las Vegas, LAS VEGAS IRON WORKS J. C. ADLOfJ, Proprietor. Manufacture Steam Engines and Mining Machinery Architectural Work, Machinery and Boilers, Iron and Brass Castings Made on Short Notictv LAS VEGAS,- : : : : t : ; : NEW MEXICO The Plaza Billiard Hall FINE WINES. LIQUORS ANO CIGARS. South Side of Plaza, . , Las Vegasi New Mexioo, Dealer in Heavy Hardware Vegas, New Mexico. O. J. DWKKL. JEt'gKliSON KAYN'it.DS. Toteka & Santa Fe Baiiroad -l Street,) NEW MEXICO DEALERS IN RE- ?;fc fel -líSsrft H N. M. OKCü,T1Vr A TXT. a i