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THE LAS VEGAS GAZETTE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1886.
MM y ill mi In. I MOT. , U 'trsuiai6 ikwi: iicsn Moani. v xxuu Of lUBscurrioif advance. tr Kuzb roerxoiraaai - ... ..io oo 6 00 f.Wimk 16 Mttt éeaft aa vutk DosleOte mor. Daiir. br earns 'i 't u Nf MrM fetter.; If tent other- il n not ta rpaoslble lor sslecer. Van. New Mexico. tocias tea froaoa application. té taso knowa oo eperroa- BBANCH OFFICE Coran Sixth and Douglas ItreeU, with Ar'A r V" Sr , Te VerresrMeYeatt' The Jaettl Correspondents of Tai Oacitti will forward lmmadiatel? all Important nswa itams bjr wlr when arallsbla, otherwise by earlieet null er JiVaienfe4vi.. II; w mí WI8TSHM bone won the "Darby at Louisville, beating all previous re- cords ,itbe quick time of,;?81-2 I Tp'Jíiaest ge fcjrtbe frpáfwitb f fM aby cyclone átiíijhaiints when I ,' iter ,:ií necestarVto'slioir the nat araitooucts or our country. Tib coterie of little men that re ceived inspiration from the brainy man who baa just left them for a trip in Europe, will be a lonesome crowd as they attempt to bring the truants Jnto,the. rank again at the Alba .-L-aaraué love feasts,'" Who will care for mother now" will be heard among . the babbling crowd of infants, as thi ery for harmony and for one more cluich" at, the bottle --"containing The exquisite gall of General , Wolsely in pointing the finger of dis trust at and Vi g that Mr. Gladstone is a boW-fljtnau for advocating home ul-í4"tí5ter measures for the gqftp: of Urel ana. is a type of imbecil ity jnhiM hag' -gliaracttSrlzed the ptfmnou'slord "xince or twice before- AVo 'believe Wolielyaaid that Grant i was ' -about a third rate general. Wolsel líiould ask the opinion of . oii contemporaries, woai utey taina ' of him'. Themajoi sentiment will be , that lie is an egregious asa. ' . vi.-1 j , i . . .i '' Phb commission that will undoubt' ' edly ( ba provided, by congress for the settlement of our private land claims .will be constituted as to its personnel with one member from New Mexico, ThebiU seems to be, a .popular one in all Its features. 'The-gentleman se lected for so important a trust must 0f bave -jonipHetA knpwledgr both of hp punía. muu juaioi Kiiuuoaa tus uu, legal ability. In this connection, we mitrht tav that a man with a high .03 ctráctsO .ne4í hich 'fills .the qualifications expected in the com mUsibnef."' ' 'i 106. Íokm B; Atiif, tbo niiliion aire cattleman of New Mexico, has in manuscript a yory carefully prepareo! dtrticla - on ' -'' Abrabam 1 Lincoln," which will' shortly be published in , , ,i the -tNorth lAmerioar Keviewi The u article rnr1 dwell -átí length on the "passage of the emancipation act and will furnish much interesting infor- rnatiou on this 'important event in (" American history, that is wholly new jt the- majority of the people of. this Untry. ( Mr. 'Alley1 has perbapsjas exaot information of our political . .history and , the men that have made and moulded publio opinion sinoe "'" I860 ' ka any man' HvingV His metá ory . is remarkable, and hfs talks on i . public mattera, are most jTascinating, -iá pS urchasé f the TJampb ...uslanranoh, pf Watrous, which was noted Jn our local columns yester day, by' a trio of young men, who f'bav,pital(jtbTj4ni and the test of judgment, is an important event in businets circUs. ...Itis also important "" 'ln tbat' U abowa the tendency of the Jtímei.. plated to the tillable land of this end of the territory. The en MerprUa that will now be isangorated cy ine owners 01 ine properly will have a most beneficial effect upon lana Holdings of a similar nature all about us. The soil is hete and many icoj ííiions are ííavofa"bTe "fif eoonec' t Mpa?wii it rowis, profitable cuitivi "tibn.Tbe-Mtabifshment of a fatten-i ing ranch for range cattle, where they can be matured and sent to the mar kets of slaughter any month in the ... Tear, if , a feature of.the cattle busi ness that' many another man is now looking into, i The opening Up of a feeding ranch at.Watrous will be the means' of inducing capital to flow into . ' ft dressed beef establishmént and kin t . . ,( dred industries. It does not take an over sanguine man td look ahead few years and predicate on the future - 4f Las Vegas ' and the eurroundine country. Instead of one flouring mill in this city we are likely to have ball a doten with a million bushels of 9 ÍTA 4?nlg tothij markiet yearly to ' ?3 lémkdé ihio flour,' Therí will be ac tjitjtni progress in every diredioá an tWdty of Lu Vega, will grOW níptnl i íha, central poifttr all northern New Meneo. ; j , M The Law Oorenlnr tbe SeKura'of ÍV American VcmcI. Washihotom, May lK-iho qaestion at issue in Iba fisheries disputo is de fined with a clearness not always to be found in dtplometlv altereatieeer Bote parties admit that tbe treaty of 1818 is binding to Its full éxte'nt, and reaolatet for the1 present -the entira subjuct ol UkiBgfish In Canadian waters. The prct point of dispute Is wbetber tbe procuring of bait by. American ashing vessels fa Canadian, harbor has an neoesaary eonueotlon With this dsbvry treaty; however close may be its eon mction in most caaes -with the actual process tf fishing. ' The Canadians stand on the text uf tbe treaty, whiota is1 very esact:1 "The Ameriean fishermen shall be admitted to enter inch - bay or harbors for the purpose of shelter- and of repairing damages therein, of pnrehasiog woou and obtaining -water, and for no other parpóse whatever." The rights thai exoeoted are frequently grouped under tbe pbrsse Tights of hospitality. As all other rights are ex'presely excluded, the Canadians argue that general cOmnier oial rights, so far as American fishing vessels are concerned, must beexoluded, even supposing that buying bait wonld oome ucder tbi class vl .ordinary oom, mercial rights. The Canadians further give as'á reason why buying bait should not be granted without some reciprocal advant age that the decline in some coast fish eries of tbe United States is due to the diminution of smaller fishes, used as bait. Besides, under the treaty ef 1881 the American fishermen have free ac cess, within the three-mile limit, to certain coasts, notably tbe southern and western shores of Newfoundland, most of the coast of Labrador, and the Magdalena Islands, where they can .find bait. Still another argument of the Canadians is that proourlni' bait U ' preparing to fish, whioh Is prohibited - andtr tha treaiv 4 preuiselv like the aoiof fishing. Hence uapiaiu onou oi tne Lausuowne re recently ,isud tbia jostrualiin: ''No fisherman can trade: and il found within three miles of .the coast, or buying bait, wUmh preparing to lUh,- hi .. renders himself liahla.tojiaiagre auiuce. The main Canadian anrumnnl,. hovrvar - i luuuueu on tne simple treaty or 1818, wuuse woras were recited in tbe procla mation en ine Canadian minister of marine, under wbicb the seizure of the schooner David J. Adams in Digby ussiu was recently eueciea. , , The Amerioan areumant brinira in wholly new consideration, name y, that ll. .... . 9 i : . - uuv juiuuHD ui uaib is n purely com mercial transaction, in whioh any ves sel properly authorized can lawfully en gage, whether a fishing vessel or not. in otner womb, wt; ,( wo must go to me treaty ol 1818 to uscortuin our fish UK riKuia iu vanaaian waters, our ngnis to Duy supplies ol any kind, bait and ice as well as any others, depend not on mat treaty, out : upon mutual agreements made much latter bettvnnn Great Britain and tbe United States, for me opening oi ports to trade, i be (Ja naaians est wnynotning of this sort was provided for in the treaty of 1818 ine Americans reply, because at that date our commercial rights in tbe ports of British colonies hed never been spe cifically determined. 1 But thirty' years imxr, hi ion, an B3i oi parliament ex pressly opened her colonial ports to out vessels as ours bad been opened to hers. since our nsmog vessels were not at that time exoepted from the privilege ui iraue, it is quite ai re&SMnable an in ference, it inferences must be resorted to, that these were not excluded, at that the words "lor no other purpose what ever," in the treatv t f 1818 were not at facted by later statutes, having a basis oi milium oenunt. . . : . it is true tliat our vessels engaged in foreign trade ere almost universally icgiaiereu, u(u ine coasters, inciua inu tbe fishermen, are not . registered. buv enrolled. But tbe revised statutes expreffiy snow bow an enrolled vessel may also trade In forolirn nnna be- ik. ing out a collector's permit. It I hap pens that tbe Adame, tbe vessel seized waswitbout suob a permit. Still, il mis point is rxHcd. Rome other Hading- Vessel, wbiuü has taken but, a muoH and. iraae permit, will probably suffer berselt to do oapturea wnue buying bait witbin tbe tbree-mile limit, in order to clearly vest vjjo queetion oicommeroiBi ngbt. MAñCÉLLINO&MERÑÍN NX W AND OLD S. and E.' Books and Stationery. Vrldge at., next f Pott Office.' MARTIN BROS KENTUCKY, BOURBON AND RYE WHISKIES, AND DISTILLERS AGENTS. iCaiiíúmisiíitíraíídliatiilyr iP$, WhJke r,ÍHrse4 dlowjl from ft distillery In Kentucky and plaoed In tlie D. 8. boadod warhoue, from when they are with drawn when ag-ed. And ur patrons will nod as flrt-ol owls i an be sold. UDrniunum )UOI niiODlD t anil - - In. xgen t'.r urnpswioa-Kalke Cnllenderoom- BHT uuiHiru lames ana nuniiitf. shd th. vhthmju rvumfluaiiHiT, . i . . 'LAZA PHARMACY. ' i: E.fl. MURPHEY ACO. " Alwarspn band a full assoitraent of fine hair fsw. H nal) mr-t 1 ... - - . , robber and Ivory somha, toili and aatblne smraaes, powder puts, powder boies, inS adea, toilet and bath soaps, pbamoia: akins. perfumery, toncy eood, etc Physiolans'Drc- icrtpuon oaretully compounded Blaaebard'e Hew BaUdlag Bridie atnet, OppeelM ahapa's BlacksmUk, Shea. LASTEGASJÜ Pianos Organs OHARLBS BLNOHAIyD; GeneráI3rcíjinuiéHVool, Sole Proprietor of the célétrtkted Bnmds La Bosa .Blanea Floni and - La Rosa Blanca OasaWUd 'JÚÍm&fciLrJJiíitíákm aal'jsteailse ffa"Mtit In itimfc, T! Ag&it fcrMoawlf and Chieftair grlcT gtteMAltGxa,wtorA Mowers, Threshing UuMwt,mjJmi!l4vé0U rwetUr yekiHriiawáaJIraMexloneotUles MMoaia a tkofttttfa nbwtoli tbe I" -TJi DliáffltiliiiiÉ First plaps rb at feasnablfl prices.- " Horses, mules, wagon aud hauess foraale.-Caiia forhscks answared proirijptly dayornight. . --. . - , i... ..-i.iü-.ud. a;.ÜBiCAli,,Paariel06iJJ, OVi -23.-. l0LA.G5LmiM T&TlBÜttm, ' ' ,.'i:.'.r." V'"'''""',' " ! -(. f I,1H t.Hs :, Wi UtlfO-i u-'jb'j j mu. l..'.'4.'- BUFFALO HALL Bridge Street; Near" Gazette Ofljee. Wholesale i !Hor3lDeáler; inroHTEV ALU, POBTCH AND BriCge Street. OrpopIto ,CU?9tte'PfflQel;;:! ! Stock Exchange f eiiiiitalíles; FINEST LIVERYÍNÍTHE' !CITY. Good loama and careful drivers rsrs. Bosses St. Ntehoia ana imonnoarai tor tale, near (table at Hot Springs. The Bazaar HOUSE FURSISIUSO ',7,'..'.',"' "ánd '"' -í Bridge Street, Near the Bridge, 2nd-Hazid GOODS. Cook Stoveu, , CaTpets, and all kinds of Household Goods, at low pricaa, at Neil Colgan's Bridge St. Trading Mart. TiliéKSniijg. BrWfe tt., Sect Dear U Dtfet, . ., , A FRST-CLASS RESTAURANT Mf ALt a LCJtCH AT ALL QOCRS OYSTERS AND ALL DELICACIES ,' of the seasoó nerved on short notioa. J.BIN QLE,1 ProprietoK JÍ you Wtnt.an elejrantmeal or lanoh, -i pauroolse n the. asusrxrca-. JOTá H Á Y WARD, East Side Sixth St. or or mac aa a. Xm s ü. , "', (',7" " AND ; ' 7: Funeral" Director. ' - - ; Bridge St., Near Gazetté OCQce. PONDER &H0RNE, '. AU work gutranteéd to give tatfsf actloni ' i! ire Mlrlh llJKut CuVavaa- I All waati Id orders attended to by A. J. Bridge Bt. . Telephone 26. Houghton, ' ' Manufsoturer and dealer In i i Tiiy CoDpor, Sheetlron Ware Eave-Tronghi," .TiaRooflng, pamp , , stoves ana minera' onusta.! ' ' ' ' to. tí ... i r I'-!. LAS VEGAS, i w-aNEWí MEXICU. Hmokinic Tobacco Jl Laix corral attchdJTelsptonííoi. IS. d-ii. i, OI1CEH itE. I.IIC i it r-HtK .hi and Dinles bonht and sold.. "suestes.. hotel,lxth;streét. Telephone Soyt MITlBíél ranos SOCIETIES. IO 0 !P' M,,,Tt,'y'Moiidayevenli)i- t .V.U.E tutif hall, corner of Biath eimot mi iffiugtsa avanue- mipirg Di broth thet j. K,ii)iitaM xÁt.rr .ira"!' . j , tAi Vbja KciríTrrr o a. Meets tbe Urt and tnlrdlu8lJ ot,ea)i month. .. 8roÍMiSrri i, . Meet tHe ñri and tblrd ,i ..i tjueeauf in eacn month at inere arecoraiauy iqvuea. -.r w . ,n up- . W. L. Fowlbs. -Seefdc ,- MpirntsnHvLMiqa. J(ex l,JJarprJCitOB-, . Meets Seoood and fourth luesdava In aoh month at 8 p. m. ' ';yb)ltbiar'broibni Invited Chris. Whqabd, Recorder, i . j eommuuIOHtlons the tblrd Thursday er. nlnv of eftotim-.mh.- Vtetl hi-erolhere ara fra ern allFi.Tlted.. ,11(1, W.Jt., A. D. h toQJNS, Secretary. , f i , K tif p ',Ei'ieaAñé'!ioee,'-í of t. ,V. M ,. -M ru evy ;Wd(itidsy. íl ' A R,"TBitBva.est.Jta i. o. a. 8. M.s-.s. f Hem imu-ir ball, on Wuooln avenue, every SaturdT evening. ' ' Vf. DJU'B, A.'JUUlIlt. . . ... ... ., .... . i . i j. w. the " anrilid- nd'-frtfimh ISlhnrfirW hl. ook. os nh merrth i-TWlilng ooni, ablósS ar butted tatU.aaaUDilsael'ns, . i.. ..... ' . D. ü-WiMxas, Commander. sings ot U..A1. BaTttauwjBecn arx irarslf)Dt,N D and f unh Mondar of e OI K,-B mei S tbn Bret of aeh nanth tnn n ron In K. of if. bUi -Vlenln hrothert are in ? 1ntlr' KLEEDER'CAiMHBELL, Montezuma:lc6,0o '''LMTsftsTradetttppueilbr' ! ,,., Re" Je" HOLIES. .- - - TTTTfTT J " c -Leave erderrwith ""! . ,Well .ParcÓAExiwes4rOffloe,' . 7 sips, '.'.7'l , Leon k f!ñ Trr-0 j.a. w l.i ,r i.fif 3f)V.f;.'.JV , ROCCO'.;U0.7j:o, )- aiwirr -,! t.. ..'. a,. t -- ' Beldgei.SKvneartuettftOfftoe, i i '-JustrreeeitedaanéHneof - n jTr t i ti-.; .i : . i üf eridfj i ruilslíuts; Confecfionery:: A FINE SUPPLY. OF APPLES 5" T'.T-TfíT' ",' S t i ; ; í ha-i uígonítiídíiTÍC3 and iraaJtoBt Clarín, Tbtmbhwkstnw Sprinjr. wio . Carrlan ad l'iow Weed Work, Blaok saltas' Tool, aarveo'e Paten l WLeels. The nunufaotsn of ' Bnokboardbfpríiin A íMsjjs a as 1 laitllTr as " - 0 fl ! laUtUft on t for us TüoamKHB MAtwirjW(f copAirrs:!WAoWatf ta 5ua auv,-a,áuwiui 'suvi sAI'i.aJa'BoitoAi! .nalsVI ENDING IRONS- .... Hoqsaaoetts; tad aU Usa of lbb srktV' majjufij iu in,) J;í;G:,íLEARY & For, be .ii-, it i ' , ' EVE ' GTOCK .AL'D AWCHEO- -; ;"'It-;t;V!,-'i!"(,! ' ! Jj-;-:-i.ü.t ' 'biBce 'in 'iW Stock 'Grower; EftJgLi Co mmission !',.j.) ni . Ajid Hay;;Erai;f liíir iiitf. !Pr qdfice, liÍW ,. ,7 )lí77pEAUErí) IN , Boots lillllils Bridge Street,. Las FIRST NATIONAL ' BANK "."StíEEas vegas: " 7,'". .77! ;;-'77". -'v7r ' uwtoEynoidsBKsj-i ,.i ,i AUTHORIZED CAPITAL - -CAPITA U PAID IN ' - - , . . UttPTJS AfíD PUOFIT8 ; . y . . . . . Tranaacta a Qtjneraí í. ttrwOLDS, Presiden!. -J. g. EATNOLbS, Ctíhier. ,, OFFICERS: c .. ......... "IÍ?REOTORS: í.-iín.'S ojfí-w erpeoositonp of 4h Atohison, ";,! i i li I GEUERALTRADER.BROKÉR and COLLECTION AGENT .-.i hSiTotsiry XHtbllo jaztcl Oouv .Seft'yei aad- Baa lligual National ani,LiLS Vegas. ' pll atbtlbnpaid tothe hanilBf M reteWirj8 rnohe, trantí and nT3stok. Terrl torial and county sorip and bonds bought a4 Sol3 b partlee lestrlOg to lavuell guarantee MtisacUoa. aCorretpondeaoesi,Uoltd. A .'.i?; ,1 S ÍA YQAI. (fridge Street,) " KEW. MEXICO 3 n51ígilTEBS AKD niMquops, Cigars UNE 014) 50U81tEE8,'iBEANl)IES; CHAMPAGHE8, BOTH ÍMPOftTED ANUI DOMESTIC, CÜNS1A1ÍTLY ON AND. On Bridge. Street, oppo'site the Gazette Office f Prabticaí Horéeshoers. CARRIAGE AND WAGON RE- -r j fe 7! l?AIRfNGjNEATLYDONE...i " No, wBridge 'Street.' tas Vegas, LAS VEGAS .EROÍí rVVOHKS J. C. ADLON. Proprietor, 7'.-'' "'""Maaufaottur Steam Engines and Mining Machinery -f; AMhlt4jcttiiWorfc mi BraM v J7 ,.7 .,7.,Catl4Made on Short Notice , las vegas; -e, , .7-!l;l' í;-'7new;mexico The las: Billiard Hall, : ; 7; tTO.;WJÍ(pSf LIQUORS AND CIGARS. South Sidcf Plaza, ' " pi-- De áleTín Hsy 1 rfT3 ÍT2 .OZímZ ,J07 kaad i awortmt f iAT?ai OAK ASMA. Crest 1 -1 Sala of 14 )H 4- Dealer ü ,i i.-..-,, ; :;Grass d atóSeils Vegas, New Mexico. S . .-'V t "j 7 ' - ISOO.OOO - 100.000 , . ,40,000 Banking Business '''" "J J. TWKEL, Vine President.' I 8 PIa)H,ASSletutCaihier. ..Pi8H0N, EATNOLDS. .ToDeka &! Santa Fd aÜroad .JEÍ UU Iwlfcltalit MARTINEZ, eyanoer, r O O., lAiJSR3 IN N. H. "i ...... ' i .to' t L.yegs, ,NwJexico, t