THE IAS VEGAS GAZETTE FRIDAY MORNING, MAY, 28, 1886,'
FOR ALL TRADERS.
RENTAL AND LOAN AGENCY
Office Sixth St., opposite postoffice.
EAST LAS VEGA 8.
MONET TO LOAN ON OOD REAL
HOUSES TO KENT
Bolinees property. Dries $8,500, leste guar
owed for a rear, at f 160 per month.
H"eldenoe property for Mia, prica 11,000;
paya 25 per ett on investment.
A few ohoiue lota lor ule at reaaonable
Business ehan.es for aale.
Don.t forget to oo me and tea us before mak
FRIDAY MOBNING, MAY 28
Visit Evan' Art and Cariosity Store,
Flower pots can be bad at Fat Young's
Center street grocery dirt coeap.
Wanted Two girls for general bouse
work. Apply to Mrs, i. a. Lawrence,
For the purest liquors in the city and
the most palatable mixed drinks, go to
tne Arcade saloon, Haiiroad avenue.
Go at once to Sloan & Weil's and buy
some of mat nice May Kansas butter,
by tne pail at 16Jo or larger lots at 16o
Wanted A servant eirheood wages,
no washing and ironing. Apply at the
residence ol Mrs. 1. totem, on Bridge
The finest ice cream in the city is to
be bud at the parlors of Alesdames
isromagon & Wilson, next door to the
D. Boffd, the well liked proprietor of
the Tropical fruit store, is daily receiv-
ing the nicest California fruit you nrer
laid eyes or nana on.
Spalding's League Base Balls. Bats,
Hammocks, Croquet, Fishing Tackle,
Ammunition, Baby Buggies, Willow
Chairs, etc., just received at
Tub Bazar, Bridge Street.
Leave orders for ice at Leon & Co.'s
west side, and Wells, Fargo & Co.'s of
fice on east side.
Montezuma Ice Co.
Families can be supplied with porter,
ale, beer, wines and fine champagne at
McDonald's, in the Uivens block, on
Rridge street. Also tine brandies and
Cherries, goosoberries, urrants, ba
nanas, oraoges.all fresh and fine, are re
ceived daily at Bofftt's, on Bridge street.
A full line of fruits kept constantly on
hand. Patronize this reliable and long
F. L. Strauss, the Plaza dry goods
merchant, is just unpacking a new and
beautiful stock -ol laions, batistes, sat
eens, percales, emboroided dresses,
laces and white goods, which be offers
at very low prices.
The Lewis boys, of the Golden Rule,
are just unpacking a nice line of fur
nishing goods. The Golden Rule is sell
ing more clothing and furnishing goods
than any body and their outside trade is
big. The reason tor this is simple. The
boys know bow to treat people right.
They are always bright and cheerlul
and their goods and prices satisfactory.
Quick Delivery Of
1,800 Head of l's, it's, 3's and 4's Steers,
Now at Springer, N. M. The above
herd of steers, 1-2 to 8-4 breeds and line
in every particular, will dsn with
northern New Mexico cattle. $13 60
lo S 27.00 per head. Can snip at once.
Come and see them before you put up a
dollar, and if they suit Duy mem.
Terms, spot cash and spot delivery.
Now is the time to bav your early herd
and get them on the range in good
Telegrams will reach principals if
Si'binoeb Mercantile & Banking Co.
Springer, New Mexico.
Decoration Day Notice.
Having accepted the position of mar
shal for the parade on Decoration day,
and having appointed Captains Blake.
Buckley, Dr. Skipwitb, M. Salazar and
F. A. Knickerbocker as my assistants, I
hereby most cordially invite all the so
cieties, organizations, brotherhoods and
associations of Las Vegas, regardless of
religious or political creeds, and includ
ing confederates as well as unionists, to
be present and take part in the same; and
in all cases in which it is possible, it is
desirable that the d ifferent organizations
snail appear in uniform. Place of ren
dezvous, order of parade, list of speak
ers, and other particulars, will be an
nounced hereafter. J. T. Gratson,
Marshal of the parade.
Belden & Wilson's
Freeh Blue Orasa and
White Clover Seed
On the Fretful Stream of Life's
Coaalraace at sjrlsaa A Bit; Baaca
Other Iteaae ef Interest far The
Gaaette Headers Edlflcatlan.
The Mighty Fallen.
The case of Hal lie Scott came up be
fore Justice Ulibarri yesterday at 2
o'clock. While tbe laws of New Mexi
co are in many respects equal to those
of any state ' in the union, on'.lbe
subject of concubinage they are defec
tive. It seems that nothing can be done
until notice bas been served upon tbe
parlies that tbey must desist from their
evil prsctioes or marry. So. in order
that notice might be served opon Hallie
and her paramour, who skipped tbe
town as soon as tne trouble began, ten
days were granted, and tbe case will
come up again tbe 7th of June. One of
the remarkable things in tbe case was
that a promineut lawyer undertook
the defence of this .notorious
woman. How any man who
holds himself to be anything at all,
who bas female members of bis family,
can lena nimseif to prevent suca
party from receiving tbe just rewards of
ner evil aeeos. is oenainiv
matter hard to understand. The
good of . this city demands that
this woman and her procurer shall re
oeive tbe full measure of the law's de
mands, and every man who bas the
good of the oity at heart, should aid to
ibis end rather than by quibbles or le
gal technicalities attempt to shield tbe
guilty or obstruct tbe processes or Jus
tice. Another matter to be condemned
is tbe fact that the prosecuting attorney
ol this county, one who should be a ter
ror te evil doers, went upon this wo
man's bond lo keep ber trora going to
jail. How can tbe laws be executed,
now can eyil be extinguished, bow can
ojr city secure tbe good name she de.
serves and which is essential to our
prosperity, if our officials and those who
would be leading torn lend them
selves to tbe giving of aid and comfort
to tbe violators of law and decency,
Some things need to be changed and
that at once.
Our Agricultural He sources.
Louis Eckel hos baen making some
experiments in the raising of different
crops. Last year he planted one-fourth
of an acre to Maugel-Wurzel beets; and
he hatvested. six tons, which he sold at
$15 per ton to Fetterman and other
milkmen of our oity. Ninety dollars
for the produce of one-quarter of an
acre, would be well for any country
Many of them wpighPi as muoh as
eleven pounds Uuuu. Fotlernian says
that bis cows would leave tbe best of
slop to feed upon these beets. Mr,
Eckel is of the opinion thatfrom twenty-
Uve to thirty tons oi turnips can be re.
lied upon as the average yield of the
turnip crop. Furthermore, in 1885 he
planted 10,000 cabbage plants. Many
of these reached a weight of sixteen
bounds each, while the average of tbe
entire crop was about six pounds to tbe
head. He found ready sale for them
at from one to two cuota per pound. If
more prohtable farming than this can
be found any where, the place ought
certainly to be niacio Known,
Actions speak louder than words.
H. Scott, wife and child are in the
city from Greenville, Miss. Mr. Scott is
an uncle of the Lewis boys.
John W. Hill is still verv sick, and
not improving as rapidly as bis many
írtenos wouiu os pieaseu to near.
Tbe preparations for the Decoration
day services are progressing favorably
and it promises to be a notable event.
Dr. Atkins started about 1 o'clock
Wednesday night for Cherry Valley to
see Mrs. iienuerson, wno n danger
J. O. Phillip! , assistant general
freight agent ot tne sania De road
passed south last night on bis way to
A number of vagrants are infesting
the city. Let them next receive tbe at.
tention of tbe authorities. While they
have tbe job of purifying the city Jin
band, they bad as well go .through it in
The claim is made that while the
American women haya been required
to leave Main street, quite a number ot
Mexican women of the same stripe have
been permuted to remain. While tbe
work is in band let it be completed
Sergeant McKeon, from Fort Union
came in the latter part of last week
fell ill of pneumonia at the American
House and died yesterday afternoon at
about 5:30. His body will be taken this
morning to the lort lor interment.
Main street, on Zion'a hill, last night
was as quiet- ana serene as tne rear
street of a retirod country village. No
one would be afraid to pass along that
highway or to live upon it, were it kept
always in suco a state, u can be done
if the people so will it
A young fellow named Gilbert has
evidently become demented. He is
under tbe impression that parties are
seeking bis met and so keeps in hiding,
He has been here about a year from
Texas. He has no friends here to look
after him, and the authorities should
take him up.
R. M. Collins was yesterday making
estimates on tbe plans for a bouse for
D. Thomas, Lewis Lutz' son-in-law. It
is to be a handsome edifice with six
rooms, vestibule, closets, verandas, all
finished in natiye pine with oil finish.
Mr. Collins has built some of the finest
residences in our city.
Superintendent Vaile of the Tele
phone service, bas, with tbe exoeption of
about $300 raised tbe money asked of
Las Vegas to secure the telephone route
to Santa Fe. Those $300 will certainly
be subscribed. This shows that Las
Vegas is neitherdead or dying. Now
let Santa Fe do ber part, and tne mue
desired line will at onoe be built. Mr.
Vaile deserves much oredit for tbe
vigor with which be has pushed this
The Romero hose company met last
night to arrange matters for tbe pro
posed trip to Trinidad on July 4.
Would it not be a good idea for Las
Vegas, as tbe leading city of tbe terri
tory, to celebrate the Fourth in good
style herself ibis year In tne good old
days of four or hve years ago Las Vegas
always did Independence day up in
style, and the money spent on individ
ual celebration if combined would afford
a big spread.
Tbe east side hose company received
the entire amount of $250 appropriated
by tbe railroad company as compensa
tion for tbe work done at the burning
of the Moutesuma. To reward tbe Ro
mero hose, free transportation has been
granted them to Trinidad tbe Fourth of
July. The hose boy of both sides go
tree of cost. Then tbe proceeds of all
tickets which can be sold to outsiders
will go into tbe oo tiers of tbe west side
company. 1 bey will put tickets on the
market at reduced rates.
Tbe boundary lines of the several
counties need to be definitely and offi
cially determined. At present San
Miguel county nnds itself in a contro
versy with Mora county on one side and
Santa Fe on tbe other, each claimiug a
slice of onr domain. Of course our
officials demur to the olaim, and in the
case of taxable property within the dis
puted limits, tne Question is. who shall
receive this revenue P No little trouble
is anticipated, nnlesa the question is
The residence ot Mr. Wni. M. Eads,
on tbe east side, is rapidly approaching
completion. It is a very attractive
building and will add greatly to the ap
pearance of that portion of tbe town,
which is already graced by a number ot
handsome residences. Captain Eads
is to be oommended for his energetio
and publio spirited action in forwarding
tbe improvement of the park on whicb
his new residence faces. It will
greatly improve the appearance ot that
section of tbe oity and its value as a
location lor residences.
Mr. Edgar T. Eosign. of Colorado
Springs, a member ot tbe Forestry as
sociation of Colorado has been making
a tour through New Mexico in tbe in
terests of forestry. He has met a cor
dial reception at all points visited here,
and bas been tbe means of exulting
more than a passing interest in this
most commendable work in which he
has been so long engaged. The result
of bis trip to this territory will no doubt
result in tne organization, ol a similar
body in this territory, which will
result in great good in tbe encourage
ment given to tbe planting and the pro
tection from destruction ol our forests.
Today a trade was closed whereby
V in n a ii . . . i
. v. uraaiora os son, oi aeceaan.
Wisooüsin, become the owners of the
M. E. Kelly ranob at Cabra Springs.
this county and all cattle in tbe M K
brand now running on that range. By
this purchase the Messrs. Bradfords
have secured a very desirable propeity
as the range is in the most desirable
grazing section ot San Miguel county
and tbe cattle are of good grade, and
well located. Inn nroDertv adioins
the Quincy & Las Vegas Cattle Co' p.
range of which company Mr. Brad
fords' brother J. T. Bradford, of
Ouincy, Illinois, is president. J. W.
Bradford & Son are extensive and
wealthy lumber dealers of Neoedab.
Wisconsin, 'and it is a source of
gratification that such substantial
eastern firms find it piotitable
to invest in New Mexioo, and it is par
ticularly pleasing te note that those whs
have already made investments and
plaoed the management of tbe same in
practical handa are so well satisfied
with tne returns as to induce their
friends to look for similar investments,
as in this case.
Quite a little excitement was created
on the east side yesterday by a case,
which is remarkable to say the least of
it. Miss Clara Hyatt, the young lad;
who kept tbe little notion store on Sixth
street, and whose death was announced
in The Gazette of yesterday, brought
with her from Chicago a young lady
clerk, Miss Louise Caldwell, aged about
19 years. Tbey came last December,
though tbey had been living to
gether for two or three months
rior to that time in Chicago,
lias Caldwell's services .were en
gaged for a year, and up to tbe time
of Miss Hyatt's death no employe could
have been more faithful. At the time
of that sad event there were coming to
Miss Caldwell $35 for services already
rendered, beside the unexpired portion
of ber eugsgement. in the absenoe of
The Latest Styles of
And a Full Line of
Just received Also a fine line of
Laces, Embroideries and Allover
Laces and Embroideries.
Call and esamlne air new stack at
ILL. Rosenthal & Sons
Carpetings, Matting, Bugs, Upholstery Goods,
O XT "FL TP
Would also call attention to a lot of cpeap Wall Papers which
wüJ be sold
CHEAP TO CLOSE.
When in want of anything in Dry
Furniture and : Bedding, Don't
Miss Hyatt's mother, wbo was not tbe
proprietress i f tbe atore, and wbo did
not live with ber daughter. Miss Cald
well was instructed by ber employer,
in case ber salary was not paid, to re
munerate herself by taking certiin ar
ticles out of the store. When death had
taken away ber friend, and wben the
mother not only refused to pay what
was due but actually proposed to leave
tbe poor girl here among strangers and
without means, she did as her employer
instructed her to do, and took posses
sion of certain articles in the store. Tbe
mother becoming aware of it, threatened
arrest for theft, but when it was found
that there were witnesses wbo conld
substantiate the instructions given by
the dead proprietress of tbe store, tbe
matter was dropped.
Eaaal to the fine lnapertesl.
THE "ÍJ1LSSOH, .
Is the next size to our "Gerster" and
is composed of selected imported wrap
pers and choicest Vuelta Abajo filler
with Spanish workmanship. (On open
ing these cigars smokers will find the
filler nicely booked and rolled up in
The only place tbey can be obtained
in Les Vegas is at Chris Bellman's Club
0. L. HOUGHTON,
' A cesnplete llae ef
STOVES, FIRE ARMS
I-HríroBt stock Id Nttw Mexico In tho Hard
Barb Fence Wire
At manuf icturer! prices with actual freight
auueu. innuuiauLuioe. ua v
R. H. COLLINS,
Contractor and Builder
All work done with neatness and dispatcn,
Satisfaction guaranteed la every respaoi
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS
SHOP ON L.UÍCOLN AVENUE
First door west of G. A. R. Hall.
PONDER & HORNE,
Plumbers.Gas and Steam Fitters,
All work guaranteed to give satlaf action.
Sixth St., Eaet Lsi Vegae.
All west side orders attended to by A. J.
Houghton, Bridge St. Telephone 25.
Southeast corner of park,
LAS VEOAS HOT SPRINGS, N. M.
MRS. M. ADAMS. Proprietress
Kates $1.00 per day, .00 and 110.00 per wees
At The Oaaette Office.
the Place to See a New Stock ot
j9l I 3NT IS
Raw Silk and Plush
THE CITY SHOE ST ORE !
TMO. IV Center Street.
C. H. SPORLEDER,
NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY.
Ladles' Donctola Kid Button.
Ladles' French Kid Button.
Ladles' Fine American Kid Buttoni
Misses Fins American Button.
In B, C, D, add B widths.
' Also, a Good Assortment of Boys' Shoes.
Hie above goods made to order expresily '.for my trade, warranted In ererr
Ladles who desire a First-class Shoe Dressing will and the same in getting the Almond
polish. Contains Oil, and will prove superior to ail others for Lalies' fina Shoes?
CHAS. H. SPORLEDER, Sole Agent.
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats,
BOOTB AND SHOB0,
REGARDLESS OF COST!
Call Early and Seuure Bargains.
Ward Block, Opposite Depot, East Las Vegas.
w. r. ooors.
Wholesale and Be tail Sealers Is
House Tarnishing Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattings, Etc.
Sporting Goods, Ranges, Cook
Lumber Lath, Shingles, Doors .and Blinds.
ALSO CONTRACTING AND BUILDING.
Tony's Bath Rooms.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Las Vegas Roller Mills Flour
SODA AND MINERAL
Dealer in Fruits of all K
CENTER STREET, ONB TJOOB
HENRY O. OOORS.
and Beating Stores, Grates,
EAST OF SPOBLKDKB'B BUOB 81
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