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THE IAS VEGAS GAZETTE TUESDAY . MORNING, JUNE 1, 1886.
HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL TRADERS. Calvin Fisk's Real Estate, RENTAL AM) LOAN AGENCY Office Sixth St., opposite postoffice. EAST LAS VEGAS. MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD REAL ESTATE SECURITY. HOUSES TO RENT tor a Bl BatlneM property. ree f 9,500, lean. (ur aateed for year, at $160 per month. Hldnoe property for ule, pric $1,000; t 2S ner nt on Investment. A few oholoe lot for tale at reasonable Brora. Badness ehanoei foraale. Don.t forget la oomeand tee ui before mak Ini investments. Calvin TJlal3L. gas f t$n gixittf ferttc TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 1 BUSINESS ITEMS. Visit Evans1 Art and Curiosity Store, Wanted A servant J. A. Jurtd. girl. Apply to Wanted A cook and nurse girl. Ap ply to Mrs. T. H. Lawrence. Wanted A waiter at the Snug res taurant. Apply immediately. For the purest liauors in the city and the most palatable mixed drinks, go to the Arcade saloon, uauroaa ayenue. Go at once to Sloan & Weil's and buy some ol tbat nice May Kansas butter, by tne pail at 16 o or larger lots at 15c per pound. . The finest ice oream in the city i a to ha had at the parlors of Mesdames JBrotnagen & Wilson, next door to the Farmers hotel. Leave orders for ice at Leon & Co.1 west side, and Wells, Fargo St Co.'s of floe on east side. Montezuma Ice Co, Families can be supplied with porter. ale, beer, wines and fine champagne at MoDonald s, in the Uivens block, on Rndge street. Also fine brandies and '73 whiskies. Three little maids from school are we. Filled to the brim with girlish glee; The cause of our joy is plainly seen. Our mothers own a "White Ma, chine." .The ladies relief society will meet at Mrs. Malbasuf s Tuesday, June 1, 1880 A full attendance is urged as arrange menu tor the lecture by Colonel Scott will be made. Families desiring pies, cakes and homemade bread can have their orders tilled by leaving them the evening be fore at the ice cream parlors of Mes dames Bromagem & Wilson. The ladies of the relief society have obtained the oonsent of Colonel Scott to deliver a lecture for the benefit of the society next Thursday evening, June 3d, at the Baptist church. Cherries, gooseberries, cnrrants, ba nanas, oranes,all fresh and fine, are re oeived daily at Hoffa'a, on Bridge street. A full line ol fruits kept constantly on hand. Patronize this reliable and long established house. F. L. Strauss, the Plaza dry good meronanu is lust unpacking a new an beautiful stock of laions, batistes, sat' eens, percales, emboroided dresses laoes and white goods, which he offers at yery low prices. W. H. Wymanis agent for the Victor the Wheeler & Wilson, the Chicago Singer, the. long arm genuine Singer, and the White, the kinir of all sewim machines. He also keeps constantly in stock attachments for all the sewing machines made. H. W. Wyman has just largely addod to his stock an assortment of handsome gold filigree jewelry, in the latest styles ana patterns. Also neavy case gold watches; all of which having boen bought for cash, he offers at prices never before known in Las Vegas. Kotiee of Round-Up Owing to the poor condition of cattle through lack of water and graas, th round-up of the Bell range is put off until sucn time as cattle shall he in con dition to be worked, when notice will be given. M. Slattebt, General Manager EUl tbe rine Imparted. THE "MILHSON," Is the next size to our "Gerster" and is composed of selected imported wrap pers and choicest Vuelta Abajo tiller with Spanish workmanship. (On open ing these oigars smokers will find the filler nicely booked and rolled up in binder style.) Tbe only place they can be obtained in Las Vegas is at Chris Bellman's Club saloon. Telephone 30. & Wilson's DAILY BULLETI. Fresh Blue Grasa and White Clovor Seed STRAWBERRIES Every Say Belden THE NATION'S DEAD, Las eas rartlcipates in the Honoring of Onr Heroex. Kindergarten School Feroeioue Doge Favoring Shower Scintillation From the Sanitarium And Other Note and Comment. Decoration Day Ceremonies. The ceremonies in connection with decorating the graves of tbe dead sol, diers were duly and properly observed in our city yestarday. Iwentj-one years have passed by since the confederate banner was furled, and tbe war trumpet ceased to sound its brazen olangor over tbe land. In that time the sectional feeling which the war engend ered has subsided, and now flowers bloom over what was tbe bloody chasm federal and rebel join hands aud strew blossoms of b aaty upon tbe graves of those who fel to the unfortunate strife, Fbat this day has been made a national holiday shows the wisdom of our gov. ernment; and the universality of its ob servance, from the lakes to tbe gulf, shows tbat we are one and an united people. This harmony, which peí vades the nation at large, was exhibited in our local celebration. At the designated hour the procession formed on Lincoln syenue, at tbe Grand Army hail, and rroceeded to follow tbe line of march already published, ine jMew Mexico brass band and the Grand Army drum corps furnished the inspiring musio to which the parade moved off in good style. Beside tbe different organiza tions, the featutes wbich attracted tbe most attention were the wagons cou taining tbe Woman s Relief corps, and especially tbat in wmon were garnered a number of utile girls, representing tbe different states and territorio? These were arranged around anotberacd somewhat larger en I, who personated the god ü es ot liberty. When the bead of the procession reached tbe west end of Bridge street, a sudden storm swept down upon the city, causing everyone to seek shelter. It laetod but a lew moments, after which the line of march was again formed, though somewhat curtailed of its original proportions and continued to the cemeUry. Here after singiDg by a qu&rttt'e especially organized lor me occasion, composed of Messrs. Ponder und Browne, and the Misses Cavtnaugb, Rev. Mr. Mistier offered an appropriate prayer, i ben Col. fritcbard was introduced and delivered tbe first oration. His style of oratory is well Known to most ol our citizens fluent and eloquent he maintained his reputation on this oocasion. Captain Eads, president of the San Miguel bank, wis men introduced, ibis was bis nrst appearance bi f ir a Las Vegas aud ience, and tbe fact iliut he was a south erner, caused bis remarks to be listen ed to with critioal attention. It scarce ly does justice to the fact to say that at the close of his speech a perfect but impromptu ovation was returned him by the delighted audience. Noth ing could have been mors appropriate than his remarks, and nothing more masterly than the way in which they were presented. It was good .and true work, such as would have been received with approbation by any well qualified audience. Mr. Joseph T. Dixon, an ex-confederate soldier and well known journalist, was tbe third and conclud ing speaker of tbe occasion. He read bis address from the manuscript. It showed good thought and facility of expression. It's sentiments were pure and elevated, and it was marked by an absence of tbe froth and sentimentality by which addresses of this Kind are too often dishgured. At tbe close of tbe addresses, tbe monument made fox tbe occasion, was dedicated and the giaves decorated; after wbicb tbe procession returned to the city and disbanded. The Kindergarten Exhibition. The exhibition at the Academy last evening was of unusual Interest, not only because of tbe entertaining pro gram seleoted and the excellent manner in which tbe little people discharged tbe several duties assigned to them; but most especially because tbe Kinder garten plans and methods are new to our people. The idea originated in Germany, and the character of tbe in stitution is well set forth in the nsme a child's garden. The present genera tion ot mature persons can well remem berwbat au immolation of all enjoyment was the beginning of school life. Long hours of confinement, seated on bench es without backs and so high tbat the little feet could not touch the floor standing up before the bard hearted teaober, whose switch or strap de cended upon the shrinking back tat every mistake or manifestion of inatten Hon these thing made school life to the small scholar a dread while it last ed and a black spot in the memory ever alter ward. The Kindergarten doe8away with all these. It makes of study a pleasure. It takes the smallest of the children and by kindness and pleasant surroundings it begets a loveofsohool and of learning; while by object teaching, rather than by taxing the memory, it sirengbtens the expand ing faculties, and causesjthe obild to im- oioe Knowledge just as it oes when out romping with its mates, playing with its ball and (log, or chasing tbe outierny ana tne Dee. judging from last night's entertainment, we are to congratúlate ourselves that this system has been established in our city, and is being conducted by so able a teacher as miss uerianger. Localettea. ' The wife of S. Cbadwick on Sunday night presented her husband with a fine daughter.. Mother and child doing wen. TneGolden Rule has fallen upon a nne prize puzzie scneme, w men will be of interest to all. It will be published in full in The Gazette tomorrow morn ing. Let everybody look out for it. The enoouraging news baa been re ceived of good showers down on the Conobas, aud in the neighborhood of the Beck grant The face of tbe coon try is much refreshed, and good to man and Deast is anuoipateo. Dispite what has been said, parties re still trespassing upon the Plaza. A half dozen or more were seen to break tbe shrubbery and pluck the flowers Sunday evening. An arrest or two will be needed to stop this vandalism. There is complaint that tbe gas is not lighted with regularity in tbe north west part of the city. Some ot the olti zeas are counting the nights on whioh the lighting is neglected, in order to re port ta tbe county commissioners. Tbe little daughter of A. J. Mend'ti- itall is down vito scarlet fever. The wonder is bow she could have contract ed il. and no explanation is offered bul tbat it must have been brought to her through tbe washing, , which .is done away from home - Judge Sumner Howard, late chief justice of Ansona, is in tbe city with nis lamuyi juoge mows ra is notva lor Erocuring tbe condemnation of John V. a in Utah, while prosecuting district attorney in that territory, and for send ing five Mormsns to tbe penitentiary from Arizona. It will probably bo some time before the damaged railroad between Albu querque and Saa Msrcial, is In running order again, rasseneers win ot iran tarred today, and efforts will be made to keep up oommonieation with the south. The river is still high, and fsar of further damage has not been re moved. - There are two fierce does lust across the street from Mendenball, Hunter & Co'swest side stables. Tuesday two little children ran by in play, and the dogs took after them, and doubtless would nave done tnem damage naa not Mr. Mendenball interfered and drov6 them away. There are too many dogs in Las Vegas, and be who will kill a few hundred of them will be a public bene factor. Tbe members of tbe hose companies wish it understood tbat il was for no want of respect for tbe day or fur any organization or any persons particular ly that kept tbem frum turning out in tbe parade yesterday. On the arrival of tbe appointed hour tor the starting of the procession it was found that not a sufficient number of members were K resent to pull tbe carts, the majority aving found it impossible to leave their business, and those who showed up voted not to turn out with such a few members present. Dr. N. J. Petlijohn, chief surgeon of the Fort Scott A Gulf railroad, was quiet'y married last night to Miss Mary L. Biddison, at the residenoe of S. F. Walker, 1025 T roost avenue. The cere mony was performed by the Rev. Dr. C. L. Thompson. The newly married couple left at 10 o'clock last night for a trip to Colorado and New Mexico -Kansas City Times. Tbe scalping Apaches are hurrying loward the San Carlos reservation, and it is to be hoped they will get there. It is reported also tbat numerous settlers have a fancy for aoting as a reception committee when tbe Apaches arrive. Western hospitality is a trifle rough, but it is earnest; and the Apaches are likely to remember their reception tor a long time to come that. Is, pome of tbem will, if they get away. No other sooiety event ot the immediate future oan compare with this iu pleasant in terest. Chicago Tribune. Letter Lie Ne. 8. Th following list ot letters remains un called for In tbe postóme at Las Veg-as, N. SC., Hay 3t, 1S80. Peison calling for tbeae letter will pleoie say "Advertised" and give th number or th llc Aekl y, A A Barton, J D Aroher, F W Betre A H iionley, Mr Oettetal, Dell Gilbert, Mr W L Hall, Wm 8 H or Ion, Mbs May McKo gbt,Hr Jane Bbrrman. J O Bryant, t onrn Davl. Charle Gray, Ja P Uouza , Florenc'o Humano, rara (2) Mrrwr, Dell N BUol, rang Trímodilimo Lab hub. F II. Hun Hüttnbb. A littnu Th Latent Style of Lawns, Buntings, Dress Goods And a Full Line of WHITE GOODS Juat received Alio a On line of Laces, Embroideries and Allover Laces and Embroideries. Call and examine nr new Black of urj uaaa.. N.L. Rosenthal k Sons FRANK LE DUO, Practical Tailor and Cutter. A Choice Selection of Suitings, Coat ings and rantaloonings. Always Guárante Satisfaction. West Brldgo Street. Lai Vegas. New Mexioo. ILFELD'S Is Carpeiings, Matting, Rugs, Upholstery Goods. ALSO O U RU7 J3l x nxr & Lace, Scrim, Raw Silk and Plush Would also call attention to a lot of cpeap Wall Papers which ' will be sold ...t. .. ,'.-.', CHEAP TO CLOSE. When in want of anything in Dry Furniture and Bedding, Don't WATEKLNQ PLACE NOTES. Item. Concernía; the Las at Springe. Vegas The Gazette presents to its readers this moraine as a new head for its Hot Springs department a little sketch of our popular aud promising watering place. This pleasant resortbas suffer ed severe reverses by reason oi tne damaging fires wbich destroyed two hotels and tbe batb house at a time when the resort was earning patron aee. Tbe Hew Monteznma hotel is now ap proaching completion and as soon as tbe elegant building is finished and furnished, the Hot Springs and railroad companies will spare no expense or trouble in advertising tbe resort in such a manner as to attract thousands of tbe best class of tourists to Las Vegas every year. As a health resort the Las Vegas Hot Springs stand at tbe bead of tbe sanitariums of America. Its delicious and invigorating climate and clean. bracing mountain air impart new life to tbe invalid. The batb have accom plished wonders in caring and relieving bluod and skin diseases and nave Deen found beneficial to almost all ills. Tbe scenery is lovely. Tbe amusements both out and indoor are complete. Tbe comforts and conveniences ot any east era city, are attainable. Tbe hotels are ñrat cías, tbe service excellent. In addition to those many advantages The Gazette furnishes ihe gnosis each morniue with tbe telt-grapbiu news oi the world. - .. T. H. Perkins and wife, ot Boston have re tamed from tbeir ranch on tbe Red River. Tbe present management ol the Hot Springs is the best it ever bad. Every employe makes it bis duty to do every thing for tne comfort ot guests. Hv Meyer, of Baltimore, A. C. Mo QmirriH, Kinsley, Kansas, and J. O rbillippi, assistant general ireigb ageul, A. 1. at S. r . are here. Tbe drive between Las Vegas and the Hot out icgs m bnow in need of repairs. Several of tbe briJg s are in bad condi tion. Ibis should be attended to at once. A nice lot of people are Rev. J. D Wilson, Mrs. S. D. Wilson, Miss Bessie Wilson, W. M. Oaderdonk and wife Wm.Onderdonk, Mrs. Alice Spencer. Mrs. Hutchinson. Miss Wright, Miss MeK.es and Mr. Clark, all of New York Citv. 1 his party has been here for sev eral days in It be special car, Adeline soon as I he bridge at Albuquerque is passable. EoMBaU. ... . Staten Island, May 81. Metropoli tans. 5; Cincinnati. 1. Nashville, May 81. Nashville, -8 Atlanta, 4. ' Philadelphia, May 81. Chioago, Philadelphia, 8. New York, May 31. Brooklyn, Cincinnati, 6. Boston, May 81. -Boston 10; Si, Louis, 1. Brooklyn, May SI. Brooklyn, 9 Louisville. 8. Boston, May 81. Boston, 1; St. Lou is. 4. New York, May 81, New York, 6 Detroit, o. Washington. May 81. Tbe Wash inglon-Kansas City game was called at tbe end of the fourth inning on aocount of rain, acore, a eaob. Philadelphia, May 81. The morn ing rmiaaeipbia-ubicago game was postponed on aocount of rain. Lire Stock Market. Kansas Citt, May 81 . Cattle The market was strong and fairly active. Native shippers and butcher steers and fat cows were high er. . Receipts, OUU; shipments, 1,575; na tive shippers, 6 10c higher; stackers and feeders, steady. ' Chicago, May 81, Cattle Receipt 6,000; market, strong and 6ffll0o higher: shipping steers. 9501.500 pounds, f4.20f5.60: stookers and feeders, 3.00(a$t.60-, through Texas cattle 3.00$4.80. . New Officer of the St, L. & F. St. Louis, May 81. Tbe following eloctioDS and appointments of officers for the St. Louis & San Francisco rail road will be officially annouuoed to morrow: For firjt vice president, CapUin C. W. Rogers. For , second vice president.' John O. Sesy. For general mauager, Henry L, Mor ril. PARLOR BARBER SHOP. O. L. GREGORY, Pioprietor. Center Street, East Las Vegas. the1 Place to See a New Stock of Goods, Forget ILFELD S THE CITY SHOE STORE! TSTO. 17Conter street. lie Ms I l G. H. SPORLEDER, NEW GOODS ARRIVINC DAILY. JTJST BEOBIVBD , - Ladles' Donttola Kid Button. Ladles' French Kid Button. Ladles' Fins American Kid Button; , , v Misses Fins Amerloan Button. In B, 0, D, add B widths. -v ' ' j, Also, a Good Assortment of Boys' Shoes? ' The above good made to order expresdy '.I ar nay trade, warraatea 1st every respect. y . ... Ladle who desire a Itnt-eltss Shoe Dressing will find the SAoM la inUrac tbe Almond polish. Contains Oil, and will prore superior to ail others for La ales' f lac ease. . ' ,H'.K , . CHAS. H. SPORLEDER, Sole Agent. FIRE! $50,000 Cloihing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, ' 0.Xs9, BOOTH -.3NTD REGARDLESS OF COST I Call Edrly and Secure Bargains. CLOTHING HOUSE. Ward Block, Opposite w. r. OOORB. CCORS BROTHERS, . Wnotaude and SLUal Stalm in House Furnishing Goods, OarpeU. Oil Cloths, Mattings, Etc. EiKitiilesFis Sporting Goods, Ranges, Cook and Heating Store, Grates, Lumber Lath, Shingles, Doors and Blinds. ALSO CONTRACTING AND BUILDING. LAS VEGAS II,.,. a- . aim PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY Las Vegas Roller Mills Flour MANtrACTVREH Or SODA AND MINERAL . Trim mtjk.rsm btj'ffxaXxix. Lai Vegai,' ' Thomas si:r,, -Dealer in Frniio of all Kinds CENTER STKKIT, ONI DOOB ' í , " FIRE! SHOB0, Wen il Depot, East Laa Vegas. HENRY O. OOOBS. NEW MEXICO. Street near Gazette Office. X3Tf5T 53 OO.'Sf. New Mexico. Bridge WATERS. EAST OF SPOBXKDIB'S 8UOB STORE.