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PIERCE, HABPY 4c WA8NES. Publkmd Daily, Xxcm Mondays. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IK ADVANCE. L-r MAii-roRAai nn: Dlly,bT Mil. en year, 10 M Daily, by mill, d months I uo Daily, br null, Urn months. a go Dallr. by oarrler, per week 36 Remit by draft on Las Vega!, poatofflce mon ey order or registered letter. If lent other wise we will not be responsible lor miacar- 1 AUUITVI, MUICB, HAROT WARNKU, La Vegas, New Mexico. Spatlmen ooptet aent free on application. Adrároslo ratea made known on appilca- llVOt . BRANCH OtTICE. Corner Sixth and DoukIb itreeta, wltb A. A J . u. w lee, real estate. T Correspondent of Tne Gazette Correa poodentsof TBI Gazetti will forward Immediately all. Important news itema by wire when ara Habla, otherwise by earliest mall or express service. THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 27, To the queen's request to Mr Gladstone not to force a dissolution of parliament, by reason of the serious effect it might have on the commer cial affairs of tbe nation, the premier replied that he intended to win or the concern would hare to emit. Men like Gladstone sit usually on top of the perch and handle affairs after their own fashion from their altitudi nous point of view. The after effects of the strikes are now seen in Bradstreet's business re view for the past week. The building . contracts canceled on account of them amount to the huge total of $20.400. 000. Probably more than sixty per cent, of this amount would have gone to the laborer. The dollar and cents problem in all these matters between capital and labor, can never be pushed aside by the laborer, but must be solved by him, and while the solu tion is going forward at the loss of time and bread, capital can fold its hands and serenely wait. Therbi is a sentiment abroad in the land, covering tbe country from one end to the other, that there is need of congressional action relative to our coast and lake defenses. The one vital point of weakness in our national defenses is tbe condition of utter helplessness our maratime ports are all in, in the event any out side nation should care to attack us. The appropriations for river and har bor improvements each year are never niggardly in amount, and it will be a work of patriotism for con gress to take hold of the matter of providing adequate defenses for our sea coast-JRillion jropoAjr would be destroyed if an enemv were to make a descent on our coasts in their present unprotected state. Thb splendid showing now being made by the mines at Kingston, where the fact of rich ore beine placed on the dumps is the evidence of the wonderful mineral wealth of that district, will be of greater bene fit to our territory than can easily be imagined by a cursory review of tne great natural resources surround ing us here on every hand. The grand impetus given to the material growth of th ePacinoooast during the days when . the Comstock lode of Nevada was pouring into the laps of men the wealth of kingdoms, is more than likely to be felt throughout New Mexico and the southwest by the output of this sterling young giant, the mining camp of Kingston. N. M. The quantity and quality of precious ores there take from the minds of men all idle day dreams and in place thereof fill them with won der and the realization that 'tis only necessary to stretch forth one's hands, and wealth that which men Drize. struggle for, slave for and die for, is beneath their feet. There are other Kingatons yet to be discovered in our mountain ranges, and the predictions of scientists will no longer be consid ered a chimera in the declaration that the wealth beneath the surface of the ground here will treblell the holdings in every other industry and enterprise in operation in New Mexico. v ; 1 v The Mogollón Minos. 1 Captain L. Barns, of Alma, N. M-, who recently discovered a very rich gold lead on Silver Creek in the Mogol lón mountains has already succeeded in placing bis property in St. Louis upon such advantageous terms that the open ing of the mine will be hurried foreward with the greatest rapidity. Respecting the famous Sheridan mine In the ssme camp, now owned by St. Louis people, the Republican has tbin to say: Transactions in Sheridan continue to be beavy. On Friday afternoon Frank Ryan sold Clear j 2,870 shares at (2.05, which the latter at once divided out amo3g bis friends at the same agure. Kaufman took 1,000, Mnllally 1,000, and John H. Tranai HI Ml Yi.nl.. ing Ryan sold 600 shares to Breotano at the same price. This disposes oí Ryan's entire interest in tbe mine. Me bad 8,000 shares, and made from (7,000 to (8,000 in the deal. It is understood that be is a large stockholder iu tbe GermaDia mine, and that he withdrew h'mm " A I ' I . . . .. . uiuuoy iruiu ooenuan to invest it in tbe new mine. Joe Sheridan's hold ings, amounting to 55,000 Shares, bare lIuinAHt ftiufknaarl ' mmA ka - i-... I - now practically swept clean. Redmond f j'owi nj oiburuuun mat he could nlace 10.000 ahanui 93.05 if be bad it. The way the Sheri- uau um ujainiaiuBu men onaer tbe ter siKi i rt n el a 4- i i iu mm va tuv put iow muaiOB dbs ex cited th (m.mttntttrif the antiM vm VUW DUVIIU A1WI. The confidence shown by tbe friends of '" niuo io no uhbii lemure or tne whole thing. None ot tbe large holders have sold a single share and some ot mom una ouugnt large mocks in add i ton to what they already held. ,STuTUIS,MO ANHEUSER-BUSCH Lager Beep BROWNE & MANZANARES CO. Sole Ageut for Las Vegas and Socorro. ALSO DISTRIBUTING AGENT3 FOU Las Vegas Lager Beer. CHARLES BLANCHARD, 5 !( 7V y übauír in, i J 4 ! ja- h beneral T 1 i.iprnnanniQP B vynni rroauce wa hiihiiuiwwi IIVVIl Sole Proprietor of the Celebrated Brands La Rosa Blanca Flom vuu aj vosa ruanca omoiang Tooacco luurpaaaed faollidea lorprocurlng hovr machinery and all artlole or Uerebaadlu B. . . . uauallv kaul in itnk - - Agent foiohawkaiuiauefUlnStíkrRakeí and Crawtord Mowers, Threshing Machines. Hay Presses. Mining Machi err. Engines, Corn SheUers. Lefifel's "Wind Engine. Twentr rears' xprleae in Hw Mexico entitles m to olalm a thorough knowledn tf tb LAS VEGAS, w ! ' NEW MEXICO Doug'aa Ave., Near Browne & Manzanares', First class xgp at reasonable prioes.1 Large corral attached. Telephone No. 12, ' Horaea. rnnlm dav or nii.hl ' - 7 " nacas answerea promptly , m ... . s, yuauan. rBtinr. J. 33. TVT tf-IT- TTT jra rT.Ar-l-ni BUFFALO ÉAIJL. KEG BE.Hm. A PLBASAITT ÜE3SOK,T. Bridge Street. Near Gazette Office. Wholesale Liquor Dealer, FINE OLD WHISKEY A SPECIALTY. IMPORTED ALE, PORTER AND AlE. STOCK NEW AND ,. Bridge Street. Opposite Gazette ..Offlce., ! 1 , ' TheGazette Job Office Stock Exchange Feed Sles Stables. FINEST LIVERY IN THE CITY. tlnnA to tv. m mA aa..Jl TT . ' r -. I vuvv wniua u vmoiui urivois . IlUOStTS KDQ ID 11 08 DOntTht and inM Hiia GRANSTAM & McCRILLIS Is prepared tb turn out Every Glass of Work! Mo Ister onéaplyl I I BDCCISSOKS TO 411 Grand Avenue. J Furniture Repairing. Carpets Sewed and Laid. ordera Loekanlthlng snA íwlner Machine rvpniriuu uumiby. mu, nam ra oc it 8, ana Awnlngi ior Store ani Beaidence Windows. All work ntrn.forl tn na vlll h wall yhla la no Buncombe. We mean it. Sdccissoks to MARCELLINO & MERNIN, NEW ADD OLD II. GtESIaST, The Bazaar HOUSE FURNISHING AKO Sñtíf 0,10 81,5 811 klnd'0' Muilcal Bridge Street, Near the Erldge, Pianos Organs S. and E. Books and Stationery. , . NEW AND t n mm -'i-1 m Brldce s next to Put Office. Ti. Q. tlL Hi jT CL GOODS. MARTIN BP.ns. Ii.l.re I. JOOK MTOTet3. UaTTiflT.fl. flnri fl.ll Kentucky. sniiDBAN ayn ., H" oi Aiousenoia woae. at . . : '- low prices, at Neil Colgan's I n.J J aT1 A. IP1 1 1 M ar a. jsiiuga oi,. iracung jutaix SOCIETIES. I.0.0.F.M.eKeJ? ler? Mndr ereninj St h!lr hall, corner of Bixth J. N. 8TRAC8NIR, Seoretary ,N' G" H!.yTOi!Í5cp?,,,T' N)- Mets the ... uiuu iBuuuajr or eaei month. T ' Caltih Fibs, C. P. J. N. Stbadsitib, Seoretery. - ' . Y fueaday in each month at "- wuuk urouiera are coraiauy lavltwl. , ' J. M. Aliihioht, at. W, W. Ik Iowlss. Booorder. - i i i'i , , M?f"Sí1,ml LIQION, No. 1. fiar.OT Khwhts. Meets aeoood and fourth Tuesdays In tacS month at 8 p. m. ;Vleltlng- brother Invited Chhii W..OAHD. Beeortii.0:.8 T A.F. & A.M. CAATLADMm'1í,0r,1: 2fi5ai?-,,li- Vlaitlns brother, arefra.eS? X D.'bwaws, SeoreUry. MBa w' f K. Of P. "f 10D0.V evening in CastW I Hall, Ballroad'aTenue3 Vl f. w. B;K:oxB.Dii-.B08,ul,''ao- Gl Tf Thomaí post, No. l. g. a. B Meet in their hall fait T.inrwiln avenue, every Saturday evening, .... . .n.D.H u. oMnn, Aajutaot. . . U. A, . A. tí. Meet in their hall on Linooln evening. B. B. Martin, p. C. Va hall, Wjman'i block, on S!hleooní sjd'ourth Monday evening of Sao.lmoPth- v'8lt'D? oon,aulona aro lnrlted to attend council aesslnna. . G. A. EoxHOa.r S' Con""i- WHISKIES, AND DISTILLERS AGENTS. The Snug. Bridge St., Next Dr t Deaet. CaHfora Wine ani Brand,. A FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT Our Whiskies are purchased direutfrom the lattnerr in Kftnt-imirv sand niuut i it b i t bonded whñ tTTi.:i : MAl OR LUNCH AT Alt HOURS drawn when aged. And our patroni-wlll find I our price at all timet reasonable and as low OYSTIM AND ALL DELICACIES as Srst-clasa (roods can be sold. 1 1 Agents tor Brunswick-Balke Oollenderoem-1 of th season served on short notice. oaar billiard tables end mnniiM .ni I - . Cleveland f auoet oompanv. I n I II n I f" n a u. DiiiuLc, rropneior. If 7013 wnt an elegant meal or lunoh. w aavuaiUi v paironua UnidL O'V tóiJtittái THE SiXT.XTOr. 0l All work guaranteed to five satlifaotion, Sixth St., Eait Lata Vera. All reta mlAm vori am aifa..liwl v a TOM HAYWARD, PARK HOUSE Southeast corner of park, LAS VEQAS HOT SPRINGS, N. M. MBS. IT, ADAMS, Proprietress. Batwtl.M per day; SS.00 and $10.00 perweet - ; j i :c i : ia! Hell East Side Sixth St. H. csvassisT, Underta lAJUBdCXIXl, , ASD PARLOR BARBER SHOP. O. h. GREGORY, rioprietor, FUHEfal DlrfiCtOf. Center Street. East Las Vejas. Brides Bt, Near Gazette Office. B. Of It XI ttLORiKTA Lodge, Ko. ?7, B. n... in K. of P7halL"VÜT,inrbthe"r,'a:SiS: ""i P HANK M OODT Uaat-n W. W. Caupbiu., Seoretary. ' M AMUrACrVBKB OP V utipiis anu uarnages ano ueaier in tieavy Harflwara Iroa. Chalas, Thlmbleakeln, Spring. Wago i. Carriage and Plow Wood Work Blaek smiths' Tools, Sarvea's Patent WLeel. The manufacture of ' Buckboards, Spring Wagons A Specialty. Keep on hand an assortment of , OOOPXB'S CKLKBBATBD BTXKL-SXKIIT FABM WAtíOU. . - o ' , ' -v I-... ..lAV0 lSh.,BTSi5Si,,l,5 "AVOPACTtTR'HQ COMPANT'9 WAOONS and CAR UlAGLS and D. it. OSBORNB OO.'B MOWKB3 and BSAFEBS. aoUolt orders fiona aanohmen for 1 BRANDING IRONS. , Horseshoeing and all kinds of Ke pairing Don by Ft rat-Class Workmen. XjAJB VEGAS, , NEW MEXICO. Commission Merchants .Tot the Sale of LIVE STOCK AND RANCHES. Office In the Stock Grower Building, Las Veeaa. New Mexico JOHN W. HILL, Commission1 ulercnant, i'. And Dealer In , '; 1'' '' Hay, Grain, Flour and Produce, ; Grass and Garden' Seeds I1A.S YB&AB, UHW . MEXICO. DEALER IN Hi n n-nrt FUKisrisHiiisra- goods Bridge Street, Las VegaW New Mexico. FIRST NATIXmL BANK c OF1 LAS VEGAS. Buooeserto Baynolds Bros.) i ! .. :.. a.x. AUTHORIZED CAP1TAX CAPITAl, PAID IN - BURPLUS ASD PBOFITS tsoo.ooo 100.000 40,000 Transacts a General Banking Business. J. BATKOLD8, President. 1. o. HAiNUiiLiD, oaanier. OFFIÜER8: DIRECTORS: G. J.DWKKT, Vice President. I J. S FI BUS, Assistant Cashier. fl. J. DIKELB, . ' CHABLE8 BLAWOFARD. , r ; j . S.BATSOLD8, Jawnucsoir bathoJaDs. ' CTDeoositorT of the Atchison, ToDeka & Santa Fe flailroad -ail FELIX MARTINEZ, GEHERALTRADER.BROKER and COLLECTION AGENT ... 2STota,vy XvLtllo Jaxxcl Oouvoyauoer. Refers by permission to Tirst National Dank, and Ban Mlgual National Bank, tas Vegas. iatiÜoi: rrVaponde a p.re. oesirmgto inve.tt guarantee LAS VEQAS. - - (Brides Street.) . . NEW uuvmn r ': .... SATED FOR r,j .j KLEEDER & CAMPBELL, THE QROCKRS, STBEÜT. 1 ; - 1 . , ! li.f ni ;( .VT.1 ai;( j e a "i U I raomezuma Ice Go Oleovr Pure loe. tas Vegas Trade supplied by i ; B. J. HOLMES. '' : . ; Leavs orders with Wells Fargo Exprese Office, . east side, r Leon & Co, 'a West Side. ROC CO ÍIOTÍO, Bridge gu, near Oazetto Offiee, Just received a fine line of CANDIES, ' " ' ' - - -.1 i'í I it Fruits, Nuts, Confectionery. A FINE SUPPLY OF APPLES CSr-3Ft A 3T ÍS O OXT t&y 00 : ; IMPORTERS AHD DEALERS IN Wines, Liquors, Cigars ' SBBsaajaasasasasB) FINE OLD WHISKD3S, BRANDIES, ' CHAMPAGNES, BOTH IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. . On Bridge Street, opposite the Gazette Office Rogers Bros. Practical Horseshoersl CARRIAGE AND WAGON RE- rJOWINfcr NEATLT DONE. W-'1-' ' Mill No. 9Bfidge Street Las Vegas, N. M. iEfe LAS VEGAS IRON WORKS J. C. ADLON, Proprietor. Manniaotnre ngmes and Mining Machinery Architectural Work, Machinery and Bollera, Iron and Brasa - Steam E LAS VEGAS, Castings Made on Short Notice. NEW MEXICO The Plaza Billiard Hall, FIKE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. South Side of Plaza, . a Las V.ir9. "NrÁw rirt'