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THE LAS VEGAS GAZETTEFRIDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1886.
P1EMCB, HABDT W.AHNEH. munntun licm Mosbats. TIUU OF tCBSCUPTION IS Dairy, by aaatt. om year... ...... iut, y mu, e"i atontas, ., Dally, by BalLUUae month, Dauv. by Barrier, pn wk , AOVAHCE. 10 00 . I to every hand, o that they 11 become permanent - factoni of progression. The heavy land holders at Watrotts, in Mor county,, have set aside from their realty block of land which will be divide!-' up into -small farms and old to colonists. The success of the experiment for all parties interested cmnot be questioned. SEW MEXICO DASHES Remit by draft on 1 ega 7 oroer ,jat ras tiereu leutr WIM WIB M nan.' Aoorm ' 111 Vef, New !. Specimen ooplM Mnt free on appllcat on. Kit fee f WBJOilble StiiHA-iib pnttofBce moth I II Mnt other- I tor mucar- WÍBNIR, The Dsoule ot Mew Mexico confident- lv SQDsal lu toe sánate to pass Deleitáis Joseph's land grant bill, belwmrjg that It U a wise measure and the most feasible plan to settla land titles in the territory. A mem rUl from the dsodI oí tbisoi'y i oiui prepared by a com tmttee selected at a mass 'mealing, which will be forwarded to the senate aiging tbatbody to tek irjmpt and favorable action on Mr. Joseph's bill, which has already passed the house. Inn territory has been retarded, in growth by the nnetled condition ci lines to vast grants ol land claimed uo der the Muxioan government, and H is expected that tbe provisions of Mr. Joseph's qui will settle these claim, anl throw open to seltleie much of tula unoccupied domainc It was announced in the court this morning that the frraod Jury had bevo -.!,!. ;n . i nnaoie v una an íntiicuneot against r. THChjcagOewsinpayin?itsjMK p "ft,, lh i,e caghj,.r of , spects to Logan's new boos, ine Albuquerque National bank. Mr. wii Great Conspiracy," says: "Opposite on was given a preliminary examina .... . . j i iiua ueiure LiumuiiaoiuuBr tv uihiuic tne line page is a nanasome sieei por- wh(jre he WM ne)(1 b a bon(, of $5 6ÜU, trait of tne illustrious autnor, wnue The commissioner decided tnat tbe eyi scattered through the work are com- dence was not sufficient f,r the grand -a jury to indict, but still be did not think moner wood cuts oi ine minor actors D6 wag gum0ently verged in the law of the treat drama, such as Lincoln, I hearing Ion the questions involved to Douglas, Jefferson , Davis, .' Seward, Advertising ran made Know on applloe- turn. --V- ; PHANCB OÍFICstr-í.", Corner ilita and Douglas .treeta," with "A. J.H w lee, real eetets. I CarryeBdcara el The asestes Cnrrtstkmdentsof tas QUrm will forward Immediately ad Important new, item by wire when available, otherwise by earnest mall or sprees tervlce. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 21. Trumbull and their predecessors- Webster, Clay, Hayne and Calhoun." Theer is generally too much sym pathy wasted on the viciously in clined,', In most instances they do not deserve the sentiraentalisra that goes under the name of pity and which is so generously bestowed on the criminal by tender-hearted women who see in the blood-dyed human a hero. Tne punitive idea some day may be supplanted by the reformatory one and prisoners be kept under proper educational in fluences until they are restored to normal moral conditions.' Tff financial condition of France and its ability to borrow money are the marvels of the age. It recently offered aheavy loan and it was quick ly taken by the people and such was I skeleton remain set the prisoner free. He therefore re duced the bond from E 5,600 to I l.ouu which in the estimation of the attorneys and citizens bf this oity was equal to as acquittal. Ine failure of lue grand Jury to find snlndiotment against tbe gentleman only empbnaizas tbe fact of his lunonence, ana rejoices lue mm re oily of Albuquurqus. W. K. P. Wilson has been lor years one oi tne most en tsrprising business men ot this town and he is looked npon bv the best peo pie ot the place as a man of tbe strict est integrity, lue cumuinniiun ui uir oumstances that got him into the pros eut trouble is fully understood bv the people, and now that he is fully exoner ated, the general verJiot is that be has been maliciously prosecuted. Albu querque Democrat. ' ' It is an old saving and seem j to be a true one that "Murder will out." About four years ago, J. (J. Barney, W, a. bicCuilongh and a Mexioan started out from Alma, a little town id the western part of this oolinty, on a prospecting tour through Arizona in quest of the Adams diggings, aaj were not nearci from until a year-stece-when their re mains were discovered and identified by books and 'fw'i fuiiud near the eincawna uisooverv CHARLES BLÁNCHARD, - ' DEALER t& General UercharidiseVop!, Produm Sole Proprietor of the Celebrated Branda La Rosa Blanca Flow and La Rosa Blanca 8molnng Tobaocor. nsurpaaeed facilities ror proenrio a w tnaeiuaery and all artlohw 'of Msnaaadtse usually kept In atoek . Agent for Mohawk and Chieftain StÜTRakesand Crawíord Mowers, Threshing Machines. Hay Presses. Mmíns Machii err. Engines, Com ShóIIers. Leffel's Wind "Enjdne. , rwénly years' raperteaot In KawlTexlaoentlUMua to elalm a tnoroush knowlaiJg of tbt . - wants oi ua paopia.. . AsurAcriiRKK or ' and C:rriips 1 Dealer in Heavy Hardware, LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO Doug! as Ave., Near Browne & Man anaresY , First ola risn itt raaioDabla unoes. Lartf corral HUched. Talephon ISo. 19. Horses, mules, wagon and harness tor sale, day or night. Calls for hacks answered promptly J b, UUfitJAiN, rroprietor. BUFFALO KEG BEBE. Bridee Street Near Gazette Office. Wholesale Liquor? Dealer, FINE OLD WHISKET A SPECIALTY. imPOHTEU ALE, PORTE AND UIER AVE. CHOICK.. STOCK NEW. AND Bridge Street. Opposite Gazette Office. Stock Exchange Feed Sales Stables. x- FINEST LIVERY IN THE CITY. Good teams and oarefnl drivers. Hohks an) mules boniht and sold. Bucales, carriage. and buokbuftrd, for rale. Bear St. NichoiM hotel, blxtn street. Uelepnone Ho. St. Uranos atable at Hot Sprints. . th. demand for itthat bad. losn of hhe three times flie amount been placed . und that'tbv were killed bv two in. the: market it would have been Mexicans; oneNsvsjj and two. Pueblo --l-LJj .. ..-:! Tk.T..n indiaee.' une.oi tn pisaieana was UW- U"L 7"' ",.. killed by the Baruey party iw their de government has adopted the policy to ftínB6, and one of the- Pueblos was ex nut out their iosns so as to interest eouted upon oonfession by his own tribe the largest possible number of people, h?g2S Kc'a SSM or in small amounts, mis iuemany other murders ootn antea catches the peasant who delights to be called a bondholder. It also brines him into direct relation with the state so that he will alvrays have en interest in maintaining ix sol ven manv other murders oomnutea oy them, And4ute reoeatly .the other Pueblo ladtaa was urrtett by lol. Walter (i- Morgan, an l was brought to Laauoa for trial on last Monday, when the I ldian made a oonteesion corrobor- atiLff the statement mida by the Indian formerly exeouted. trivioir tbe names ot . Rnt hnlititinrl!nff theaUooesi of ths Dutties IruDlioamd. irud the full Dar J " " !., ,. .1.' . TI... Ul.l .H I tlOUlar OI Lue iiKKCujr. . iuoj kiiacu 1 noor Birnev and bis comrades toi money, and tbe vmian aamiis insttney oommiitd many of the depredation attributed to the hosti.es. lbs uuiei- tain. . - ' - XcbU Sentiments, A gentleman of northern birth, a few dsys ago remarked to Col Scott, of Alabama, at -present slopping in our city, that be thanked ttod tbe bloody cbtmn about which there bad been so much talk of late, was at last complete!) and permanently bridged and that no more would be n--ard of it. "No." replied .Col. Scott, "not bridged. It is fi I'd up; and is being covered with a nvtntie ot crass ann flowers, wbioh shall grow frtsber and ibicktr, nrjener and brighter, M the in other words, the two the government?" in intereitins: the mall holders . and in quickly placing it loam, there is no element of stability in the French debt, except its nmnsnaceablensis. As there ere1 no ialionsry conditions to it the in- dicauoa ate that it is of the balloon ordef'of ánáncí and likely t óbflápse át any momont. Govirnor Robs, now that he is confirmed, and in a position to stretch forth his hands, will do ai the right-minded people of the territory supposed he would: He will work for the. best interest of all. Hettes that wé have a goodly land hee, that eHr, roi( u0 v..rv mrtu.trv nnaJj nrotfli ti n and I seotions know eaob uther belter, and . j .v.. I aduiire each other more, and this noouranomeni., , u m "v " f kuoinnin aud this admiration time can the people be benefited so mucn wiiiUrr.iy serve tj strengthen and lu U . n,r,.l .ll.ntlnn Via In or .lmisn I tenSllV." " f - i a -it Coi. Scolt might have added with to every influence that will develop ,hu, , .,.,. , ,i, nm. the'' resources of the territory. The oeratio put y, the trtte national oarty of fcartv. fiivorab'e soiritof trust and th country, tne omy pariy snowing confidence. which U being extended the governor On his return to thi ter ritory from WaihingtohV i a pleaiirit assurance that , tbe sentina- nt of the people of New H-xico, independent of paities. is a cordial one toward our; chief executive officer. We are cott fident the administration of our af fairs by the governor will meet with the approbation of the people, though possibly not of the politicians. This, however, is not very much of a poli ticians' administration, either north or south, has done more to contribute to this result than all other iaues combined MAROELLINO&MERNIN NEW ANO OLD Pianos, Organs n'A nn tnnntVjlr Mmeni and taken In ex ch trier. Muaio and all kinds of Huaioal In- I atrumonts. Bridge St., éet te Pt Office. If the owners of the Lu Vegas , u t nnj.i.nii. ing among themselves and consent S. 81111 . BOOKS atlO MatlOnetf to the cutting up of the arable por tion of the grant into small holdings, ay iutdorftr-acre tracts, there would be no difficulty in interesting parties in the east who are looking for suit able landi for colonization purposes, to buy them and start settlements here. - i - Albuquerque has caught the spirit of progress and is organizing a ditch company, to carry water upon the mesa land east of the city, which will then be cut up into small farms and old to those who want to cultivate the toil. The cities of New Mexico need to lay hold of every resource that will contribute to their growth. This means to be wide-awake and to tudy1 out for ourselves how best to bring in men and money and inter est tbm in what wt have to offer on MARTIN BROS Dealer la KENTUCKY. BOURBON ANO RYB YlliSKIES, AND DISTILLERS AGENTS, California Wine and Brandy. Onr Whftktei ate btu-cnaaed dlrwet from the distillery In Kentucky and Biaeed Ib he B. 8. bonded warrbfm", from wner they an With drawn when aad. And ur patrons will Bnd our prima at au timet reasonable and-es lor as Brat-clsae food' ran ba aold. A tents i'r Brumwlck- Balke Oollendaroom naar billiard taMa and sappllaa, aad- Ult tUTSlanil nauett xiainanv, : The Bazaar HOUSE FURNISItING AND iAjjcrv GOODS. . Bridga Street, Near ther Bridge. MEW AND 2nd-Hand GOODS, Cook Btovep, Carpets, and all kinds of Household Goods at low prices, - at -Neil qolgan's Bridge St. Trading Mart. The Snug. Brldfe It., Nnit DawtoDatet. : II FIRST-CUSS RESTAURANT MVALl Oa LCJTCM AT AIL HOORS. OYSTERS AND ALL DELICACIES of tli ssasan aarrad on short notice. J. BINOLE, Proprietor If you vmt an elrgantmeal or lunoh, yatrouiaa . THE SNU dr. TQtñ HAY WARD, 0 Ml Marled East Side Sixth St. Undertaker, xi m s a i m aa je. , AND V Funeral Director. Bridge St., Near Gazette Office PONDER & HORNE, Plumfaers.6as and Steam Fitters, All Work guaranteed to give satiaf action, Sixth St., Eaal l.aa Veajaia. All weat aide orders attended to by A. Houghton, Bridge Bt. Telephone. , Manufacturer and dealer lu Tin, Cooper, Sheetlron Ware Eave-Troodhs. Tin 'Roofloff, Camp - stovM ana rumors; ouutts. LAS VEGAS, KÉW MEXICO, SOCIETIES.. In A V Meets every Monday evening at Vy.V.i. their hall, comer of Smh treet and Douglas avanue. Vlaitlrg brothel. are inviieo. r. joatlock, n. u J. . BzaAViirsB, Seoreury. IiAS Vsoas Kroahphbiti, , DO. 1. Maets th( first and third Monday of eao month. CiLVÍ fK. C. P, J. N. StoacsitíB, Secretary. A It IT W Meets the Brat and third ixvtui i, lueaoay mearamomo at 8 p. m. V lilting brotlier are cordially invlítü . it. n..Aiwar,a.-n . W. L. Fowila, Eeoordt r. MOXTSStTH t LiOIOK. NO.l. Sar.iot KBIOBT Meets aeeona and rourta i ueaaaya 10 acn month at s B. m. . .VJeltlng hroihm it nt. H.0.8WAi,C Cania whoaitd. Reoorder.. r. C6 Jk.Sk a. r A a. m.. holds eommuuiOHtlooa the third Thuraday ynln. of aaoh nionih. Ttalt najwothera are Ira arn- auy 1 yitp í. cuSS(a, n. u A. B. hlQOINS, Secretary. ... Knf U Sb IiorAdo i oaO. 0. 1. Ul M .M , arary Wednesday Toning m uaai a mil, naitroaa arvaue. w mug orotnera are tuvitsn noas,v-v P. W. Rastox, K. of R. 8. ... UI TJ Thomas row, Ho .1, (J, A. S. Mens la ihi-lr hall oa fcluooln avenue, evary aatuxvuty eveniDK. - a. b. wn, r. ay O. 8MITH, Adjutant. A I , tit If Maetsla hS A. O. Ü. Lt UI AS. . hill. man's block. the eetjnd and fimnh Mondar evt-nlnin o aaoh month TisliUig oorn, sjooSBro,lnud tonnebaeouDvuseAai n. - - - xj. kj w in-rxna. vommanuer. o. a. Botaos. SMOra arv, .:. Bnf n btOBntTA Loooa, Kik7T. a Ul UP oik. H.. ma a the flm ana i nrta nonoav oi en moncn .ai iy p m., InK.of Í. hulL Tisnlng iiroihera a aln vit.-d . f nuia Hobbm, Master. vr . w. uuonu, seeratary, roa .Sel Chains, Thtmbleatelns, 8prln. warn i. wrnaga ana riuw now ora, siw - amlU' AOOia,arTan.araaii.nfcevw. w mmvw. Bucliboardo, Spring iWagontj. - ASpedaltyi Kawponaahdaaassurtnuatof OOOPB' ClI.Ba AT BD STHKL-BKipi TABIC WAUOII. for ths STTJ1B KBB M S.WUF VCTTjRiN wxpan i-s wawyn ana kVB a-. nasal 1 uu 1 110 tlfl alvlt al rdulaea .ftMiiaf S RRA:NDING IRONS. Borsashoomí ind ail kinds oí aopaJrtog Done by nwtaaas vTka.aa. AS VEGAS, ! NEW MEXICO Aaent lAOES and D. UDatuseafor J. C. LEARY &CO., Commission Merchants For the Sale of LIVE STOCK AMD RANCHES. Office In the Stock Grower Building, Las Vezas. New Mexico JOHN W. HILL, Commission ñor oh I 5i nt " W! VM lAi.p.ta f , , ., n i- And Dealer in Hay,. Grain, Flour and Produce, Grass and Garden Seeds LAB "VBJGhaVS. MEXICO. DEALER IN ''" -: 11 s ii les, is i Cans Tjriisrisiiiisra- g-ooids Bridge Street, Las Vegas, New Mexico- FIRST NATIONAL BANS COFLA8 VEQA8. , - (SuooeasoT to Baynolds Bros.) AUTHORIZED CAPITAL . - - i CAPITA;. PAID IN - ..... SÜKFLÜ8 AJJD PHOFITS - .' Transacta General Banking Business. 8500.000 100.OOG 40,000 . 8. BATM0I4Ü, Cashier. , OKFIOERS: DIRECTORS: 0. J. DilfKEL, Vina Prasidsnt. I 1, S PI 'RON, Assistant Cahier. a. J. DINKLB. CHASLES BLANCHAHD, J. 8. PISHON, VDevosltorr oí the A'tohtson, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad EELIl MARTINEZ, GENERAL TllrVDER, BROKER and COLLECTION AGEIIT Sfptsur iPubUo stud Oouvoystnoer. Beféis fry pennlaelon to first national sank, and Baa Miguel National Bank, Us Tsgas. fnealalatt'tloniMUd totha handling of raal oatate, ranoba. grants and lira stook. Tarrl torEftñdoou nyeatl guarantee MttSiacUoa. rrsapoanoaaglioltea. ' ; J'v 3. S M ü ' AS VEQA8, - (Bridfa Street,) - - NEW MEXICO SAVED FOR KLEEDER & CAMPBELL, TBJS OKOCERS, BBHXB 8TBBBT. Montezuma Ice Go ' GXomjr . 3Eixxe .'. Zoo. " Lu Tegas Trade supplied by R. J. HOLEIES, LAtra orders with . Wells Fargo Exorese Office. eaht side, r Leon & Co. 'a West Side. OOINT d3 CO,. ". IííPOBTERS AND DEALERS IN - .-. ai i. . .' t i ' i ' - -. mm : . Wines, ifluos, uigarp On Bridge Street, opposite the Gazette Office Rogeos Bros. Practical Horseshoers. OATJT7TAfS.tr Atom WAflfTM TLV.- No. SBridge Street. Las Vegas. N. M. BOCCO UOTTO, Bridge It., near Qaietto OtTioe, Just received a fins Una of CANDIES,; Fruits, Nuts, Confectionery. A FINE STIFFLY, OF APPLE.3 LAS VEGAS IRON WORKS J. C. ADLON, Proprietor. . . : ManuíactTire Steam Engines and Mining Machinery Ajxshltootural WorfcMaohinerrajidBoüers, Iron and Bras - Caatinwi Made on Short Notice. LAS VEGAS, s : ; : : i : NEW MEXICO OHAPM The Plaza Billiard Hall, FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. . South Side of Plaaa, La Yetas. New Mexloo.