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Saturday, September 29, 1877. Ternt of Nnherltin. One rona tf Tin Ga.kttic. onf irni- $.1 no oo " " " I. A Gaok.ta " .... .' " F.nglish and Spanish 4 nn i -j,IK i;ahtti!, lix months. .A 7S T,A GArr.TA " " 1 2." " í' " F.nglish and Spanish, 4 5 Postage prepaid. Q X, Xo subscription receictd for less than six months. nmc r Atvrtutiiir. In FnglUh. 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Tenons having standinq advertisements in either English or Spanish edition will he charged at the rate of Victs. per line for "pay locals" or special notices. J3 Legal notices published at legal rates. Rntea of Advcrllfting. Tn Spanish One ignore, or inch of space, one year, $!) oo Two inches of iat one year i.ri no Five inches o f space, ont ? 'ii, $27 00 Ten inches of space, one year $10 00 One column to n e year fHtlO (HI One column in Rnylish and Spanish, $ I. ill 00 Mnil Arrntiomenf. The I'o.st-Ollicc will be opened iliuly, except Sundays, from 7:W a. m., until 0. r. m. Sundays, uuc hour niter the arrival nf each mail. Eastern Mnil. Lettve T.as Vojras, daily, nt 5:!KI p. M., arrives nt 7:.TI A. M. Western jM nil. Leaves l.iis Vens, daily, at Ha. m., nrrive-i nt " p. m. Feeos Mail. Leave has Veia, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, nt rt a. m., arrives Tuesdays, Thursd-ivs rind SatunLiv.s al H A. M. Fort Ilasewin Mail. Leaves t-ns Veeus, Mondays, at 7 a. si., arrives Thursdays ut 7 1". si. Mora Mail. T.pi vp T.ns Veens Fridays nt 8 A. M., arrives Saturdays ut II p. m. TÍ No inonev orders issued or paid, nor let ters reislered afiPi-4 P. M. U. Y. Stkbihn", I'ostnmsler. CIIiPHA Toilare Xo. : A. F. A A. M., . meets on Iho third Saturday of each month lit the Masonic, Hall, Central Street, between South 2d and 3 1 Si reels. Charles I Held, Sec' v. Til eeil. Tweed is unbosoming himself with a vengeance. He does not spare anyone and makes no exsusa for liimself. Ho te'Is a straight story, without imbcllisliment or ornament. Gath, in tho l'liilinlelpuia Timet, says: "After he liad secured an ironclad charter, makii.g himself and his littlo crew responsible, yet unlimited, in their ro'jberie?, Tweed & Co. proceeded to bribe the con tractors and tradesmen who deal1 with, tho city. They were to a 1 1 immensely t) their bills and paj back a huge percentage of the re ceipts, which percentage, being al plunder, the confederated divided. The mayor ( ila'l) had to siin those w.irrint-; ibo comptrolbr (Connol ly) had to cadi them; Tweed Lad to certify them. Sweeney, the states m4 of the ring, also came in fot hie share. After awhile Hall's per centigo was cut down to Ave pel cent., out of City per cent., fxtfesi on the bills. Tweed then got twer, ty-five per cent., or IoO,000 ou of every million dollar bill. Con nolly got $00,000, Sweeney 50, 000 and 1111 20,000 out of ever million ital'ars paid to tralcsmcn Thus all through Tweed confess? liimself to bo the chief robber There were two persons railed Watson and Woodward the Iatte now ir. jail who received the ex ceils batk from the tradesmen am gave it to the thieves. Thus th city'? expenses were heaped up mi' lions on millions. The ring had s many pirante, blackmailers, an',' mnecure officers that it broke under its own burdens. O'Brien, who fin lly produced the paiic, by show ing it up in the New York Tima his alleged grievance being that Tweed would not pass a claim he had against the city, as sn ex-shiT iff had actually baigne l this claim to Twoai f.r tho sum of 8 150,000 ''bush Eoney." This revolting story Mr. Tweed related with the aid of vouchers, memora lum?, manuals, etc., never prevaricating, often keenly humo rous. He khowed no resentment; he wis no rospecter of person. Old and worn and business like be op ened tbe coffin of the past, and one by one took out dead men's hones, and many of tbe living shrank away at the sight, like other Eugene Arims." Senator hoy, of Missouri, died of tu abscess of tbe liver. Lo'iisvülb's welcome to Haves wai even more spectacular, gorge ous and gubhing than the reception she gHve Anurew Jolineon in 18G7. The Johnson affair wa merely mul titudinous and commonplace, but Ilsvoa cudt have thought they were introducing him to a Mohammedan paradise when the) walked hiin half a mile through their exposition building with a thousand of the lo veliest schoolgirls in the world preceding hi a, chanting songs of vtm oe an interesting siuny tlu morninz after election. rreti. Tbe Republican, leader in tin New York Senate for a number o! years has been Mr. William B Woo lin, to who tí Tweed says he paii forty thousand dollars in 18T0 fo one vote and some influence. Las spring a committee of tbo Ser.at investigated an unofficial charge c this kind, and gave Mr. Woodin ! Lew character, whith he seemed t be in need of. He will now tice another one unless it can lo showi that Tweed doesn't know hat he i talking at out. Time$. Wendell Phillips ii tho candidal of the woikingman's party of Ms sachusetts. He is wcrth a quarte of a million dolLrs, and all the wor he does is with h4 chin. Gen Geo. 11. MrClellan has bfe nominated for governor of New Jet sey by the dot&ocraey. Secretary Schurtz has made an order, suspending all entries of land under the desert land act, in the Via ilia laid district of Califor nia. Ail the lands entered were capable of producing some kind cf a crop, without irrigation, and a portion of the lands had even been cultivated. It is the intention of the secretary to proceed criminally against every one who has laid hiui self liable to prosecution, for per jnry, in bwearinj that the land was desert. Captain lion. Claude Montague Bertie, of the Fouilh Dragoon Guarda, anrí rr. cf trio Val of I tain men, whose reputations are founded chit fly en their success i 8 'note tbavers," "curb stcr.e liok ers," and other devices for fatUn ing on the necessities and distress of their fellows, have made their mem bership in the church to contribute to the gratification of their avaricin ous propensities, giving, if at all, grudgingly and in the meanest fioi portion, to any call cf charity. Advices from New Yotk make it more than probable tl at many of the politicians of tltatuity mi State even wi.h that the old Boss were dead, tongue tied, or depf and dumb, and couldn't mister the art of communicating his knowledge by any of the methods known to that unfortunate class, and we can al most htar tbe curves and maledic tion showered upon the t fficioua in tcrmodiUe r, uho nalbed him justas continental Europe- opened its shel tering arms to tho fugitive; on the ship tl at brought him home, and on the untoward combination of cir cumstanees that at last induced him to open his mouth, like a very Tan- I dora's box, to blast and b'acken re putiitions heretofore under suspi cion, or wholly spotless. M nibcrs of our orthodox church es, particularly, and iho public ger.pra'ly, are somewhat interested in the reported challenge oí "Bob" Ingerfoll to the former, to prove that either Thomas Tuine, cr Vol taire, recanted the doctiincs they advo at;d in their life time, or ex hibited remorse for the same on their death beds. The New Yolk Vlverv cr is said to have accepted the wa ge; cf I'HttK1, und Mr. Iügersoll has, aciorilii.g tn the oriphic, do posited $1,00 in bank, to be for faited, in case the OLjcna- succeeds in coi vincirg the tribunal ore member to be cloi-en l L gcrsel', one by Dr. Paii;.1, a;ul the third by the two of the correctness of its position. Ninety dnys to be allow ed the Obsi'ñ'er, to eelkct its evi dence, ninay lo I.ig.-.-rsoll alter it is submitted, tiieii iiiiity n,ore ilaea to the affirmative to procure rebutting evidence. Then the arguments be fore tic tributa1, whute ek-cu-ion is to be final to lo;h e o .te-aai.tí, Southern tktioiatic pelitioiars r-how rymptcma of fo:j r, K-st tie iHitimei.t of tluir frt:o:i, in favor of repudiation, may in. ve brci. pre maturely, or too brazenly express ed, aid so prove to have futa'ly wcunded their cause in 1S8Ü. Northern itemocruts aro, likewise plumed, for fear of the party ef fect of such outípoken dishonesty and wboiei-alii cheating of creditors, as M f reposed, and ofLuded because many ef tluci sta-.d in thit relation to mod of the lately rebellious State. A halt h., it Í9 said, been ealli'd, but tbe disposition of our "erring brethren" is clearly epprt-hendt-d in this bufincs", is, indeed, a u.attrrof f uhlic record. Virginia has redded her 1870 debt, cf 45, 000,100, 15,000,000 by a peculiar method of "funding," which has left her creditors out ofpotketjust about that anour.t. In other sec tion.i it milhe be known as robbery, downright, nhecr robbery, and it is now propose 1 to "rea ljuU" it. Those rcmcmbciing the definition tacitly attached to that term by the gubernatoiial rivals in the late con test, are not at a lo's as to ts ei nification. Trt.ncfsce proposes to "readjust" her debt, by'paying about 02 per cent., and calling it square with timo who hive trusted to her word and hoi or. Because her cre ditors refused her terms, wbieh was to accept a ftra'l per centage cf what waj honestly due them, N&nli Carolina has for years neglected to make any provision to pay her debts. Alabama reduced her 27,000,000, at one How, to 21,f 00,000, repu diating the 0,000,000 out and out. Then th "r?adju-tel"at tbe rate of 50 cents on the 1, nd now pro poses to slough ofT 0,000,000. A nice outlotk, truly, for our nation al debt, with füth ronscientiou financien in control of the govern mint. Umjise. I.as Yrgn Market Trico of Wool l. I'nwHliod Mexican wool, per pound SalO rents. White, wh.-IhhI, " J-J " it'iiiovcd,..." i:l 4 1:11-2 l.ninli's wool, white, v:iv)it'd l!et I hiile-, jriiod, " U a 12 ' " iiain;t:ed Sliteji ih'Km, ellided, iur jiieee,. . i'Vl l-'J ciMits icr pound. Sheep pella, flipped " Sá 10 eiuut kins, l:tre ' or IT cnits per pound Kids, " h Wr.it .-Uns, laij;e, " ir e'on:es " r,o i -o r" Hides and furs at tliesu prices imut be of F. C. OGDEN, Lat Vegas, , .,v Mexico. Having opened a Furniture Store in the Hays ltuiltling, on South Second Street, I would re.-tt-fullij injorm the citizens of Las Vegas ana vicimtg that I will supply thm, at cheap rates, with ell classes of Furniturechairs, toLles. soft s, bureaus, bedsteads, etc. L'ume and look at my qaods and price them, f, f ULiDFX. SEO. CB0XF8BD, Saddler and harness Mata T Las Vegas V. M. m Hay's biiildinjf, next door to Gazette. Manufacturer nnil dealer in f':ilifornin saddle and Harness of all kimls. saddle trees nurrowed down, collnrs rut and warranled to lit. Harness cleaned and repaired whh neiitness nnd disp.ilch Ail work v uiTented for one year with luir us niff. ' N. R. I warrant my saddles not to hurt a horse, and will make Harness to order cheaper tluin il can lie huiight elsewhere. Iluy of lb Pnietioal maker. A. (Juzixaciiowski, rucrto de Luna. Iiicii.vr.n Prw, l.us Vejas. Grzelachowsky & Dunn, DEALERS JA SU' tí, to 6 W GKAix .ix d rnomrcE, I'.icp eoiispuilly on h.md a cuinpletc .'issuri- IllCIlt of rt v.ot Ki;ir:s, s-,pic ni i..V c.-.i.tied V í 1 r.dt-, Ki- Ii ami .Meai,. pll!IH)., r.:i,iHi' rn.erwci.r, T,.ile Ar I ll I iclc.s of all di'M riptions, Zi:rIM;s, Mtl slnule. anil colors, Veriut, lií'iil i i . I heavy, li.,nn sii,. MM. r'oveifn. IM'I-'I.'Y Kind ol'Slnpleaud Fancy lM v (ioods, I i Ni.hors, ÍK.H U!;-.. r-inc Will-kip, Wines and llniii J dies, Tohaccos, in ii! Variety. A MMUMTKlV, C.ivlri,.res ot"nll siandiud i .Arms, IM.-lols of nil 1'i.lleriis, nt.'d'lilMi, Kiinii-loi,- Goods, lioota nnd J Shoes, H its and Cap. HAIM-WAKK. (.'nlleiy, Tin and Hollow wini', ( rockery, OlF.st AM) PUMs, I'uttv, Glasses f All Knuh end sizes and Colors. WAU, I'.M'KK. I'm.er Hai.gin., Stationery, 1 V Di ng's and Medii Mies, 00!- AND CANfir l.'S, Lanndw, Vamilv iislüe and Toilet Soaps, Sperm Candles, in III ', sauces, I'jckles, S.ires, e.ali i fornin II iney, 1'iescves, Í .fi:s I'ielnvps, l.ookinr-irla-s0s, nd h Variety of Adornments lor Hoiisi holds. D OMlTt( S, . I;!ei:cliH nnd I'nldeached, Muslins, Linens and I'rints. MIÜM l.I.AS, I'arasoK Wa:kin;r Canes, iinniift aun i iiuron nips, JAir.S, Spikes, IV'.'s, Tacks, Screws, Wire, ii lo;.e, Cords, Twine, WI T. Cand;es, Diifl Krulfs, ole., all of i which they lifter at to tres! piices for Cash. Country Merchants are re nn-Mcd to call and OMiluinr our Stock of Hoots and Shies. Hits, Clothing, Fiirui-hinr (i iods and Sol ion, liefure li'it iii-, or onleriii).' el-e.t hi re, is we (eel ron II lint that itecnti d i Ihcm sr oi releliwNkl A Dunn. Cn A II LIE JEWETT'S L'ast Sitlt of the Haza, Las Vrgat New Mcxlct Uuod, Mqiiar IHenU 4t All Jlnnnt, and the best in town. tj-ALSO TIIK MCKST t!AR, -fJ til the Choicest I.iipiom nndcigar. Conic, and tee us. Eagle Livery t Feed Depot. I. Wolf, Prnprlelor, Al I'.lonclmrd'i Corrji, near the li'vr, tjii r s, .Vk Mexico, Tli' renllrmsn Is toTi nre-l to f:inrh lliiiiii- nnd Horses, nnd fiil and rire for hor-es, i.t the day, et k or inoiitti, al Vme-t, pos-ilile rates. Hoy and Corn cn hand for Safe. rVrtn'tC "i UliTtH ftlT IHrf. A lim k. for the iiTon'tuodatlon of Ih puIiIIk, ill hut-e I us ffv every Similar rtcrnoon for tt.c- flol prints. IS ID on STEllX, Jjcul for ft. loui', Mo., will xT " bislic.t Cast Prices OB ngOL, HIKES, PIXTS, Etc., Etc . .. Mcivhndie . . . Mei-ciiandi-e . . . Mc!e:i iiidise . . Moivhaiidi -e . . Mcicli.iiidise ' OIltr.lllll.-.MioeiN (Ill iHliiiL'Got.ils HIlMillinv'l.ood- oiitmtiiiirtioods Oil1 lilt ih' Goods tititil'ihirG.o,U Duriiítiiií: G i,,.s iiillltlin eiood T.iti(ii-s ". Citi u-s siiUors ,t i--n-s l.iiUor-t I Tnl-S l.iiiioi s A v i . u- Dry Goods ,Dry Goods Dry Goods .. . Dry lioods Dry Goods. Dry Goods Groceries 'foliáceos, I rocories Tolciceos, Groceries Tobaccos, I it cries 'foliáceos, Gcoeevie T.ilincros, Groceries 'I'iIiktos, Cro"Ver ( hiii:iuie Crockáry ,V 'hiinnvare. . . . ....(rock ry ,V: rliiuaware. . . . rorkiTV ,V ( liinau aiv Crockery X. ( hiiiinv H'o. . . . Crockery ,i Chinawnre ( rockery ,t I liinaWiire. . . . ('rockery ( 'hinaw are . . . . . . . . 'nickel y iV ( liiniiwaie Crockery A ( oiimware ....Croeken i Chinaware.... -v1 I Stores, Xorlh Sideofi'la.n, mI i. ! ; I..VS VI'GAS anil r.A Jl'NT.V, i w Hexiro. N E W GOOD S. 1877. ' filter lfOTr Store, Soull Side of Míe Sipiar, I.ns VegnH, eWj.irri . Una jnst metrel, nnd i constantly ;r ceiring a Ittrife. mi l astvi led slmli of Vry Goods, Clntliiny, Dry (iood. C'lttn?, ''n Goa l, Vlotninj, lrtj Goods, Ihihit" I iivors, I. y.vo?'?, Groceru'n, (, ei t , ri: Gi'-viirii s, e-'ti , ft.' J i -.Mi.', rtc , cf,., i-;, . Gtoc.i V.í, (., ct,'., cm; !.i ii .v t; he sol I al prii-.4 thnl will tlen ev.-rvt) ly H cr. c in i. !v h...n H-i-eitt: o-fltpí' sü-iiít?' i,ni muco (c:tH hi'' lie'C ' '' !-.-' iteie. t" lorn n call . n.'l,c for í our civ cs. &cro!oU Btoxt ' '4 AND U. F'iAGK AGENCY 0Í flabitr oílínítrnih. Ternlotr, New Mexico, h alwyi fujipliMil witJi n (T'oi1 ih ot triicn t of ticiipv-.il Mt KilniiMÜM', íMi hHV in?; a Liugp Corral, Goo I .Stjlilos nri'l Aliuiilancc l Fovtu on hanil, oTers the best of fuel(. s to the tr,ive lin; coininuiiity. 5fJ ANJHtKS SENA, Los Alamos, N. M., RETAIL MERC II A N T In dry ponds groceries, ILpiun, eipars, tolHir.ro, hats, caps, luiols and slioe, and nil kiii'U br K-r Country Produce, 4 f. Wool hides nnd pelM taken ineli:iiitc for foods. Patronage of the public respeelfully olicilcl. M 1 C3 s s 3. S3 O W 9 a ' 3 O St 3 CO oo o 7 O !? V CO I (ener;d . . ' ienr:il . . (Jell r.il . : i.enenil . . Oeiieril -