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THE LAS VEGAS GAZETTE WEDNESDAY MORNING, JÜNE 2, 1888.
BMABLISBBD 171.
0. L HOUGHTON, Charles blanghard,
W ' : HEALER IN .
FIERCE, BtlDT WIRNEH.
finuHiD Dailt, ixcan Mowdats.
TERM! OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE,
Dally, by mail, one year, 10 00
Dalla, bv 11. six months S 00
Dally, by nail, tara months, S to
Dalit, by oarrior. per week X
:1 !
Ramtt bVdrafi an In Ten I. oostofflce mon
7 order of registered letter. If lent other
wise we mll X be responsible for mlsoar-
r" P1KBCK, HARDT ft WARNER,
Las Vegas, New Mexico
Spesimen eoples sent free on application.
Advertising ratea made Known on appuo
BRANCH O FICE.
Corner Sixth and Douglas streets, with A. A.
SI 4 . ii it IMS, rvmi oataw.
Te Crrespeenta of Tbe Uanette
Oorresmndentsof ThiGazirswIII forward
Immediately all important news items by wire
when available, otherwise by earUost mall or
exprese svrvive. .
WEDNNSDAY MORNING. JUNE 2
Mr. John J. Cockrkll, has si
sumed editorial management of the
Lincoln Independent. It will be
democratic, and if it adrocatei such
thorough democratic principles as the
majority of Lincoln county's citizens
entertain, it should prove an aole as
sistant in forwarding the party's in
terests in that progressive section.
The proposition to vote $100,000 in
bonds to the White Oaks and El Paso
railroad was defeated by the citizens
of Lincoln county on the 24th instant,
Like San Miguel county Lincoln
county stands ready to vote to any
responsible company bonds to a large
amount to assist in building rail
roads to develop the country.
but will not assist any out
fit that cannot show a sound
ti.ianoial backing sufficient to carry
out the propositions they make.
tKT. ZHL HTJPP,
WHOLESALE
Hardwares
LI
A cessplete lias ef
STOVES, FIRE AR1IS
Sole Proprietor of the Celebrated Brands La Rosa Blanca Flour
and -La Rosa Blanca Smokme Tobacco
tasurpaseed faeliltlee lorpreouriiia-heavy maehmery and all articles of Merchandise ni
usuauy aepi in stoea .
Agent for Mohawk and Chieftain ScUrr Bakes and Crawford
Mowers , Threshing Machines.! Hay Presses, Mining Machis
erv. Enelnes, Corn Shellers. Laffel's Wind Engine.
Twenty years' expulsase in New Mexloo entitles at to olalm a thorough knowledge of tbe
wants of tne people. , . .
LAS VEGAS,
NEW MEXICO.
AND
AMMUNITION.
Largest stock In New Mexico In the Hard
ware une.
Barb Fence Wire
At manuf acturer's prices with actual freight
added. Manufacturer 01 ail xinas 01
Tin, copper
AND
SHEET IRON.
iVaps and Carriages and Dealer in Heavy Hardware
I roa, Steel Chalas, Thlmbleskelns, Springs. Wago i. Carriage and Plow Wood Work, Bias
smiths' Tools, Barren's ratea Wl.eels. The manufacture uf ,
Backboards, Spring Wagons
A Specialty. Keep on hand aa assortment of
COO PIE'S CXX.EBBATBO STIEL-BKiroT VABrf WAOON5.
A rent for the 8TÜOJBKBB M ANTJF aCTtTRlKO COMPArTT WAGONS aadTJAB
JAGK8 and D. M. OSBOKKB A CO,' MOWKB8 and HKAPKIIS. Solicit orders from
tanohmen for
Bit AJN U1JN Jt liC)JNH.
Horseshoeing and all kinds of He palling Dons by lirst-Claas Workmen. .
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
Douglas Ave., Near Browne Se Manzanares',
First class ruts at reasonable prices. Lárice corral attached. Telephone No. 13.
Horses, mules, wagon and harness for sale. Calls for backs snswred promptly
aayormgtiL . j. a, dubuajn, rropnetor,
Stoies in
East and
Vegas.
"West Las
PUFF ALO HALL,
ICEGr BEBE.
Bridge Street Near Gazette Office.
BBSOET.
Park Drug Store
Second door from Post Office.
Ss I. NORTH & BR0.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer,
FINE OLD WHISKEY A SPECIALTY.
IMPORTED ALE, PORTER
AND GINGER
CHOICE.
ALE.
STOCK NEW AND
Repúblicas organs are berating
the democratic house for doing noth
ing. But it is only fair to say that it
is better to do nothiDg than to do
things wbicn ought not to be done.
Tbe two great achievements of the
republican senate to date are the pas
sage of Mr. Blair's "bill to promote
medicancy" bv appropriating $77,
000,000 to demoralize (he educational
system of the south, and the passage
of Mr. Blair's other bill treating old
soldiers as bsggars, and scattering
$50,000,000 or more of the taxpayers
money among them every year.
Jcnox Henderson, of tbe third ju
dicial 'district, is receiving very high
Dralse from the members of the bar
and litigants who have business in
that district. Of his work the Lin
coln Independent says:
Judge Henderson is an able jurist,
an impartial judge, and one who
pushes the business of the court in a
manner satisfactory to all. In addi
tion to the general satisfaction given
by Judge Henderson while officiating
on the bench, he made many warm
narannal friends. On the Mew Men
can bench we predict for him a bril
liant record as a jurist in shaping into
form the jurisprudence of New Mexi
co which at present is in a status de
cidedly chaotic ana uncertain.
Thi labor agitators who came to
the front so promptly in the house, to
make capital out of the strained rela
tions of the times have all Bhown that
they are nothing less than howling
demagogues. Messrs. Lawler, Brunn,
Weaver and Foran have been weighed
in the balance of common sense by
the workingmen and relegated to tbe
rear. Next to an anarchist, who has
shown himself to be lower in év-
ery decent principle of humanity,
than an Apache, the would-be states
man who panders to the grievances of
labor for preferment, is only a few
degress higher in tbe scale.
Thi democratic party in New Mex
ico never stood in a better position
for the attainment of all the rightful
objects of its ambition than today,
There is a satisfied feeling that the
best men of the party will everywhere
take held of work this year and placs
matter! on the plane that will insure
success. The sentiment seems to be
unanimous that the time is now ripe
for cementing together every force
that shall make the party here win
nets' in every contest. The signs of
the time áurely point to the fact that
when New Mexico shall become
state, it will add one more to the list
of states that in their political com
plezion are soundly democratic.
Drugs, Chemicals.
Prescriptions a dpecialty.
OPEN ALL NICHT.
Choice Wines and Liquors for
MedicaV Purposes.
A FINE LINE OF CIGARS.
Bridge Street. Otpoaite Gazette Office-
Tbe Adams Diggings are creating
considerable excitement throughout the
country, and from present indications
a large force will soon be organized at
Socorro for tbe purpose of prospecting
the country west in searon of what is
known to bs tbe richest placer diggings
on tbe continent. Several strangers
have recently arrived in the city who
will loin tbe expedition, and some will
venture out alone and not wait for the
crowd. Socorro Chieftain.
Captain Jack Crawford seems to be
in bard luck. A few days since, while
some parlies were branding cattle at
Fort Craig near his residence, a lot of
rubbish oangbt fire and extended to bis
residence, partially destroying it and a
large amount ol property.
OAKLEY,
Stock Exchange Feed Sales Stables.
FINEST LIVERY IN THE CITY.
Good teams and oareful drivers. Hosses en mulrs bonght and sold. Bustles, carriages
and buckboarda for tale. Rear St. Nicholas, hotel, Sixth street. Telephone Mo, 68. Branch
stable at Hot Bprinas.
R. H, COLLINS,
AiiomTaoT,
Contractor and Builder,
AH work done with neatness and dispatch.
Satisfaction guaranleoa in every respect.
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS
QRANSTAM&McCRILLIS
Upholster
ing,
A SPECIALTY.
SHOP ON LINCOLN AVENUE
First door west of G. A. B. Hall.
MARTIN BROS.
Dealers la
KENTUCKY, BOURBON AND' RYE
WHISKIES,
AND DISTILLERS AGENTS.
California Wine and Brandy.
Our Whiskies are vurchtsed direct from the
distillery in Kentucky and plaoed In ths U. 8.
bondod warehouses, from where they are with
drawn when aged. And our patrons will And
atan
Furniture Repairing. Carpets
Sewed and Laid.
Mattresses, Pillows and Curtains made to
order. Locksmi thing and Sewing Machine
repairing a soeclalty. 'J ems, Hgmroocas, ana
Awnings lor Store anl Residence Windows.
All work entrusted to ns will be well done
This is no Buncombe. Ws mean it.
Soccissobs TO
411 Grand Avenue.
SOCIETIES. .
I O O P Meets every Monday evening at
aveVaA a their hall, cornor of Huth
street and Douglas avxnue. Visiting brothers
re luvueu. s . MATLOCK, i . vr.
J. BtbatSNER, Seoretary.
Las Vkoas Encampment, No. t. Meets the
nrst auu tnira nonaay or east month.
Calvim Fisk. C. P.
J. N. Bteausnkb, Secretary.
A.O.U.W.
p. m,
Meets the first and third
fueedur in each month at
visiting orotners arecoraiauy invited,
4. H. ALBKIUUT, It, Tf .
W. L. Fowlcb, Recorder.
MONTIIUM A LEGION, NO.1, Sat.BCT KltlOHTS,
jueets second and fourth Tuesdays lntaoh
inuiHu si b p. m. ,v isiung orotners lnvitea
K. U. BTKWABT,
Chris. Wixqahd. Reoorder.
2E. GEIST,
The Bazaar
HOUSE FURNISHING
AMD ,
TPAJstcrsr ooodb.
Bridge Street, Near the Bridge,
our prices a
times reasonable and as low
as flrst-olass sroods can be sold.
Agents fir Brunswick-Haiae uollenderoom-
psay billiard tables ana supplies, and the
uieveiana rauoei cumuaur.
H. "We WYMAN,
The Jeweler.
Watches and Clocks Repaired.
CEHTER STREET.'
NEW AND
2nd-Hand
GOODS. .
Cook Stoves, Carpets, and all
kinds of Household Goods, at
low prioes, at Neil Colgan's
Bridge St. Trading Mart.
PONDER & H0RNE,
PIumbers.Gas and Steam Fitters,
All work guaranteed to give satisfaction,
Sixth St., East imm Vegsts.
All west side orders attended to by A.
Houghton, Bridge Bt. Telephone 26.
PARK SOUSE
Southeast corner of park,
LA 8 VEOAS HOT SPRINCS, N.M.
MRS. M. ADAMS, Proprietress.
Eatas (1.00 per day, SS.O0 and $ 10.00 per wees
The Snug.
Bridge St., ffsal Dssr ts Dest.
Í FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT
MaULS OR LUNCH AT ALL HOURS.
OYSTERS AND ALL DELICACIES
of ths season served on short notice.
J. BINOLE, Proprietor.
If you want an elegant meal or lunoh,
patronise
SNTJO.
TOM HAYWARD,
m Mailt
Kotice for Publication.
Homestead No. t,4U
LAMO Ornea 4X Bta Fa, 1. M
May 27, ls.
East Sido Sixth St.
Holloa Is hereby siyen that the following
named settler has filed notice ef bis Intention
tomakaflnal vronf In sunnort of his clam.
and that said proot will be made before the
probate Judge of Ban Miguel county at Las
Vegas, H. M., on 'July 17, 1886, vlt: Aaloeto
Chavta, of Ban Miguel ceimty, for the NX, NR
X, bwm. wax aua k n bus seo.
N. k. H east.
He names the following witnesses to nrors
bis oontlnnons resldenoe upon, and cultiva
tion of. said land, viz: Cria 1 1 no Gonaaiee,
Miguel TTUjiiio juan 'i-orrea, ana rranase
ll o Dan m giiei oouniy, newjaezic
CQAULE8 f. KASLBr Reg is tar.
II. Q13IST,
lUndertaker,
3d nx na a. Xm ive sa n ,
, AND
1 Funeral Director.
Bridge St., Near Gazette Office.
1 P IV 1 If Chapman Lodos. No. 2.
a m-aiia. a. F. A A. M., holds
communications the third Thursday evening
oí eacn niontn. v lolling brothers are Tratero'
any myitce.. At. BtTLZBACHBO, w. M
A. D. HioaiKS, secretary.
"I I. Meets every Wednesday
evening in uut nun, naiiroaa avenue. VIS1
iting uroiners ars lnvitea .
v. t. uoskucs, u. v.
Ft TT JMlKTUM. a., oi a. a o.
OS l Thomas Post,
Meets in thel
No. 1. O. A. K
Meets in their hall on Lincoln
avenue, every Saturday evening.
j&. a. jbabtui, r. v,
O. Smith, Adjutant. '
Al. ftf TT Meets in the A. O. U. W.
a lia VM. Ala hall Wvman'a block, on
the tecond and fonrth Monday evenings of
each month. Visiting come anions aro Invited
mi aiwiiu cuunoil susainus.
D . O. WiMTiBS, Commander.
u. a. aotduu, eecreiarr.
at AKXTf ACIl'KIR OF
J. C. LEARY & CO.,
Commission Meréhánts
For the Sale of
LIVE STOCK AND RANCHES.
Office in the Stock Grower Building, Las Vegas. New Mexico
JOHN W. HILL,
Commission Merchant.
And Dealer la
Hay, Grain, Flour and Produce, Grass and Garden Seeds
XjÁ.3 'V333Q-JLS. 3bT333W 33332CICO.
DEALER IN
00
i é mi
r ii
Bridge Street, Las Yegas, New Mexico-
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
o OF I. AS "VEGAS.
. . (Buooessor to Baynolds Bros.)
XZSDGAPITAX. - -
cirsxrytm PAID IN - - - -
HC(ar.ifcÜ8 AND PROFITS
Transacts a General Banking Business.
1500.000
100.000
40,000
J. RATNOLDS, President.
J. b. UAiMULLia, uaauer.
O. J. DINELK,
OFFIOERS:
IitREOTORS:
G. J. TMffKKT., Tine President. I
J.S PI iHON, Aaslstaat Caihler.
CHARLES BLANCBARD,
JBIfriCHaON BATKULÜB.
J. S. PISHON,
& RATNOLD,
&7DeDositorr of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Bailroad -aU
FELIX MARTINEZ,
GENERALTRADER.BRdKER and COLLECTION AGENT
XTotrnTTT SCutollo avracl Oonveynnoor,
Refera by permissloa te First Natienal bank, and Ban Miguel NaUonal Bank, Las Tegas.
Special attention paid to the hand.lng of real eitate, ranohes. grants and live stock. Terr I-
. . - . ii i w a a A anlil Tn nu vtlas aisasiltalneT tn InTrsaat I sa-tittrtirt tikaR
torial and county sort'
satisfaction.
and bonds bought and sold.
Correspondence solicitad.
LAS VEGAS.
(Bridie Street,)
NEW MEXICO
B
first
Bill Tí TI lORisTA Lodos, No. 77,
a Ul Ai.JJ. of it. B.. mwi tan
and fourth Monday of eash month ai 7:30
m., in K. of P. hall. Visiting brothers are in
vited. Frank Mobbis, Master.
W. W. Cahpbsu, Secretary
SAVED FOR
KLEEDER & CAMPBELL,
C3r JFLJk. "y iS O 3XT cft5 O O.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Wines, Liquors, Cigars
FINE OLD Yl jQlo' 0ftTED
On Bridge Street, opposite the Gazette Offics
THE GROCERS,
Montezuma Ice Go
Olestr 3Eu.xe loe.
Las Vegas Trade supplied by
R. J. HOLLIES,
Leave orders with '
Wells Fargo Ezorese Offioe.
EAST SIDE, er
Leon & Co.'s West Side.
ROCCO IJOTTO,
'
Bridge St., near Gazette Offioe,
Just reoelved a fine line of
CANDIES,
Fruits, Nuts, Confectionery.
A FINE SUPPLY OF APPLES
Rogers Bros.
Practical Hbrseshoers.
náDt)TÍnTI ' A'MTl WlflfHJ ; RK-
PAIEUNO' NEATLY DON é
No. 9Bridge Street. Las legas, 'N. M.
LAS VEGAS IRON WORKS
. J. C. ADLOrJ, Proprietor.
Mantifactnr
Steam Engines and Mining Machinery
' Architectoral Work. Maohineir and Boilers, Iron and Brass
Castinlcs Made on Bnort Notice.
LAS VEGAS.
NEW MEXICO
PTT A "sRTVT A 1T
The Plaza Milliard Hall,
FINÉ WINES, ilQlioRS AND CIGARS.
Las Vegas, New Mexico,
South Side of Plaza,

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