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GAZ VEGAb F.RIÜ A.Tr '.MORNING, JULY 1, 1881. NO. 308. 1TTE. ? AS I 72 33 o CO I II . rN y I The Political Co n ,r 0 o. W ' r-H ' p-fi- " H j Ex-Senator Tía ill glM ; " h A. E. lÍJirlier 1 al x ig'jfi . o's CD O '"B ("I -rf M JollUM)' Hope, tl bp W hq.. J " g (Ü Burg j fl h5 Tfl ,pj HcAHiniiiils n (f. t-cd Í .2 UJ 2 (L Note f Inter C. R. BROWNING EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M., REM ESTATE & 1NSURRHCE AGEHT RKTlIKSKNTs The Oldest, the Largest, the Best Imsurance Com O panies in the NAM If . . . ....... . wis V'Aim. Vnvlr '5 pj Í. I V KRI i Ó I . AND LONDON" AND I ,( t M ) UN A SS UK A N CK . bom i;,n INSrilAMJlJCOMl'ANY"!' NK1H HOME, New York i feívAÑiTViRE SU.ÍANK SI'UINGKIEI.D, MHflsactmsi tiff HAM ÍIV RG-MAGDKBUIUt, Uitvmsny 2 2 I3ÑTSTJ IS CHARLES Wholcxiilo and Ketail General M:ercliaiKlise Ladies' Dresses Made to Order, VLadies' Hats Trimmed to Order.; ON NOHTH S)aHy Stso nl Express It.'twccii Cimarron tui.l SprinKi-r. l'y J mamm at V a. 1. and urr vos at Sprlnwr ot 11 11 in Leaves Springer at 1 P. m. ana ai rlvos atCiraarron at 5 p. m. Will carry pUh Hontíorn chftipf r i ban any "lpny. : . Proprietor. , (iridium Bread. Fresli every day at J. Granf & Oo's old rcliahle biikerj'. A large invoice of white lace and veils t received at U. K. vveseiie s. n Mint julips at Billy' Dress goods, lawns, etc., etc., at greatly re duced prices, at Isidór Stenvs. Fruit dressed lemonade at Billy's. Perdido. Una bolsa colorada baquete conten iendo un poco dinero y algunos papeles de valor. Una recompensa liberal sera nadado por el retorno del mismo por 1 J. H. ÜVERHULS, - fi.o8.iw East Las Vegas. Marcellino &Bofla's cigars aresplend cd. To try them is to be convinced. For fine cigars go to Marcellino & Boffa's. Strawberry iee & Boffa's. cream at Marcellino 7-1-3 t ire Works. A full assortment of fire Marcellino & Boffa's. works at 6-80-lt Ice cream to-day at Harrison & Bros. Scbbin's Block. fl-S-3t' European C'afol jec Anl Doings of t "E Clrl San i'rancisc Potter, of New cityTuesday. by a reporter, seein; tour on avowed ignore ation at Alban been absent fo nated for Unit Democrats wn Francisco. ItuMci New York, says: Longh bernia has 1 dividend dec borrowed rao out of ore anc required for very harshly que'nee of an egraphed Nc order for the 1 I "1 o C , of CO o o tí- worm. and sons LOBE, Losrton , 15,880,111 W. 7,800,937 Oil (5,iO,505 11 4,S2l,v!37 Oil 2,131.033 00 'j,cs:;,r).s.ri i ü;,. "II Wm. ... . . . .... . . . AM1KK,A.. COMiAÑX: O o son, o PEOTBCTIOU. ILFELD Don lor In OF riiAZA. For cheap hardware & Go's. go to Ltockhart . 2-1 ltf Carpets, window shades, oil cloths and mattings at Loekhart & Co',3.5-lltf Baled hay $1.25 per hundred at J. W. Love & (Vs. - - I A. Go to JiiiUrs barber sliop ana gei scraped, Exchange Hotel. - tt Keep the dust out of your rooms by using Loekhart & Co.'s Rubber Weath er Strips. o-lltf Burts celebrated Boots and Shoes at the New York Clothing Store. Nearly every lady has promised liber ally towards the Academy Fair. The committee now requests that all articles as fast as finished be sent to Mrs. Hov ey, on the East Side, and Mrs. Leon on tf,a Woe. Sirle. In that wav the com mittee will avoid confusion and know inuf linw thn work is nrosrressing. 6-12tf Guitars, accordcons, Richter harmonicas, at Isidor Stern's. One' hundred boxes of Pittsburg t . rikimnaro Tnnnívpil bv Loekhart jjaiui' wiiiiuiK jo j ., I &Co i9 nnrt oflerpri at owcr prices man ever. G-lltt Canvas shoes at the New York Store. Hand Made HnoeM. Fine French calf, for gentlemen, tiOnHiil fool. wear, at H. Romero & Brother's. s . 6-9-tf c ream Bread Fresh every day at J. Graaf & Co's reliable bakery. old TELEGRAPH nfllct Still Continues at Vlbanv, tt Involved in a Social Scandal. Indicted for Furnishing Bribery Money. ht Capsizes and Sound. . In Long ic Old New York Bank lar, In Umbo. Burglary in San Fran ind is Captured! est from Capital. the .National Bgrnms on Various Sub iSof Interest. keDay Here, reryvvlierc. There and ion JS . Potter. o, June 30. Clarkson N. York, arrived in this In response to inquiries he said he was on asight the Pacific coast, and tnco on the political situ y, on the plea that hp had r some time, being ñomi ed States Senator by the .ile on his trip to .San IHlbernla Mine. June 30. The Tribune jern, manager of the Ili esigned because the last lared will be paid with aey. He says the mine is I that all the funds will be prospecting. Tabor is criticised here in conse announcement that lie tel ív York recommending an last dividend. Nocontra g been made people are )elieve the truth of the it think that Tabor should thoritatively if unwilling to ambling sharps. ted While Vnclilina. June 30. A yacht party here Monday for the sound ' off Bridgeport. Fiveper Irowned, P. M. Johnston, H. E. Eddy, Wm. Edmond Campbell. The squall them came like a flash of The two survivors tell apit horoic efforts to float them th.eir companions some of i not swim. Rain, heavy id dashing water combined 1 ti íem ana they were saved ;in g to a yawl and ice box. ell was kept aiioat a long 1 caused her to let go her ryi ng "Oh Lord help me,'' rom sight. The schooner a Maine finally rescued Ihe diction havm inclined to 1 statement, bi speak out aul assist stock g Drone ' New York, seven left capsized were ( Zealy, . i annie which .upset lightning. 1 itul story oi selves and whom could hail, wind at nearly ended only by clinj Miss Oampb time but hai escort and c: she sank fi Senator iron two survivoi The Hera1 containing s. Id. says tlio pleasure yacht seven New Yorkers cap sound off Bridgeport Tues were drowned. The fol their names: II. M. John lerk in Benjamin's silk im se; Wm. Galley, errand boy e place: Herman Eddy, a r; A. M. Edmondson, ship Miss Fannie Campbell. Ml A cent Arrested. Tune 30. A telegram receiv y Deputy inspector Oarpen ced the arrest of a man nam accused of being one of the jbbtid the coach near Alamo one of a gang who on the t robbed the coach between 8 and Alma, Arkansas. Sat a telegram was received here nsas officials giving a dis him and ordering his arrest, ,t $400 reward was offered for I. Bourton arrived in Den .y evening and it is supposed mth the same night au join panions. They went inime tvork and committed the. rob )dnesday night. Yesterday id to Pueblo ami was prompt l. It is thought Bourton is a f an organized band operat ions parts of the country at ame. sized in the day. Five lowing are son, entry c porting hou in the sam book keepe broker and Denver, ed to-day b ter an noun ed Bourton men who r sa. He is 15th instan Fayettevill unlay last from Ark a criptiou of stating tna his capture ver Monda he went sc ed his com diately to bery of W lie returni ly arrestee mem tier o ing in var' the same t " fc'o Hope far Hope. New Yi ) -k, June 20. The Times says InspectoJ f Byrnes was engaged yester day in pi : iparing papers on . which to obtain 1 1 requisition from Governor Cornell o n the Governor of California for the I -e turn to this State of Hope, the bank bu rgler. Supenntendent W ailing sent a d ispatch yesterday to the Chief of Police a t San Francisco giving an ac count oí C what Hope was wanted for in this city and requesting that if the charge now pending against him in San Fra ncisco is not sustained that he be deta'ined until officers can be sent to bring Mm to this city. As soon as the warrant is issued and the papers are in due form, officers will be sent to San .Francisco.1 Should the charge against Hope, on which Jie- was arrested be substantiated, he will be tried on them and the requisition from Governor Cor nell will be lodged as a detainer against him so that ho may not escape should ho be acquitted. Inspector Byrnes thinks there is a fair prospect for Hope being brought to this city and deems his conviction, if tried here, a foregone conclusion, as the evidence againsthim is too strong" to be controverted. Albany Advlrea. : PL ATT INVOLVED IN A SCANDAL. ; Albany, June 30. The political cir i cles are excited over a reported scandal said to have occurred at the Delavan House last night, involving a leading politician and an unknown woman, j The chief talk to-night is about the ; scandal. No one appears to deny the story, though some express contempt and disgust, thus indicating their dis belief in it. It is reported that the principal in the affair said to-night if he had seen anyone peeping into his room over the transom, he would have blown liis head off. Chicago, June 30. An Albany dis patch states that Piatt was discovered in a room at the Delavan House with a woman under compromising circum stances, and that lie was seen by sever al prominent politicians. Many disbe lieve the story. MORE BRIBERY INDICTMENTS. Albany, June 30. The grand jury in dicted A. E. Barber for paying h. It. Phelphs $12,500 for bribing State offi cers. Bail was placed at $3,000. Bar ber plead not guilty. The jury also in dicted Chas. A. Edwards tor receiving from James Dickson $7,000 for the bribery of State officers. New York, June 30. A Posts Albany special says: Robertson says the Times has been assuming that the Collector ship will be controlled by events here. Albany, June 30. The Bribery Com mittee met to consider a report but reached no conclusion. Albany, June 30, The convention ad journed, on motion of a Democrat, un til to-morrow noon. First vote: Potter 53, Conkling 32, Wheeler 43, Cornell 2. Second vote: Depew 51, Kernan 53, Piatt 28, Cornell 11, Wheeler 1, Crow ley 7. Adjourned. Patents Iaaued. Washington, June 30. The following patents to the Pacific coast inventors were issued this week: For California Jackson H. Dunlap, Turleck, pump valve; John F. McEn tee, San Irancisco, steam boiler: Wm. H. Millean and F. N. Wood, San Fran cisco, hydraulic elevator; Fred. K. Ott, Columbia, rivet ; Jas. B. Sandall, Now Alamander, oar roasting furnace; John Slcmmons, Eureka, shield for cattle; A. Stilt, Lapansa, tire upsetter. For Colorado, Chester King, Lead ville, potatoe digger; Jno. F. Walinck radt, Denver, for clamping Hose pipe hanger and machine for inserting goose necks and couplings into piable hose; Robert Parry, Alpine, ore concentrator; Edward A. Smith, Greely, earth auger. Exchange for the Week. New York, June 30. A public state ment of exchanges for the week ending June 18, at SanTrancisco and June 25 at other cities, show a businessincrea.se of ten per cent, and over at seventeen of the twenty cities from which returns are given as compared with a corres ponding period of last year outside New York. Ihe aggregate again closely ap- Í roaches three hundred million dollars, he following is the percentage of in crease for the period stated: New York 56.9 Boston (32. 8, Philadelphia 31.2, Chicago 27.2, Cincinnati 52.7; St. Louis 22, San Francisco 42.8, Cleve land 80.4, Hartford 58.7, Lowell 58.7, Baltimore 23.2, Pittsburg 40.9, Louis ville 24, New Orleans 7, Milwaukee 17, Providence! 50, Kansas City 10, Indian apolis 25, New Haven 21, Syracuse 8. Total exchange 123,040,782 against 815,. 42().4!i!. National 4 n)itul Xotes. APPOINTMENTS Washington, June 30. The President appointed R. S. Foster U. S. Marshal for Indiana, vice Dudley and. Robert G. Halley of Vermont, Corul to Barba does vice W. H. Polley, supnded. RAMSAY BEGINS HIS RAMBLES. ' . Ex-Secretary Ramsay who 'was re cently appointed to examine into the charges preferred by Representative Paere aeainst Superintendent Dodsre of San Francisco, left Washington to-day enrome lor the racnic coast, lie will visit Philadelphia and his home in Min nesota, stopping at both places for a few days, and expects to reach San Francisco about the 15th of July. Railway Troubles. Denver, June 30. There has been considerable between the Denver & Rio Grande and Union Pacific regarding freight matters. The Rio Grande de manded that the Union Pacific should allow them full rates between Denver and southern points on through freight. The latter demanded reduced tariffs consistent with rates below Pueblo, and for the past three days has refused to jive up any freight to the Rio Grande. The latter founu it necessary to replev in some freight intended for southern shipment in order to get it through. To day the Union Pacific, through a letter from E. P. Vining, agreed to come to the Rio Grande's terms. London : 'Times" an dor. the Ctould Mar' Ncav York, June 80. The London Times, of this morning, thus comments: There are hundreds ot men who every day make railway journeys with large sums belonging to themselves or their firm. Who of those can now feel secure that some one - Avho knoAvs his every movement is not dogging his steps and Avaiting an opportunity to assault and rob him. Railway travelers will not fail to be favorably impressed by the supposed manner of Gould's death Avith the saloon carriago with its publicity and comparative safety, r . ' ' , An Iowa Tornado. Des Moines, IoAva, Jnne 30. The tor nado in Humboldt and Calhoun coun ties did great damage. Nearly every house in Alanson was destroyed or in jured . One .woman was killed. Correction. DesMoineS, IoavíÍ," Juné " 30. The statement Avas errenous that Sherman, the nominee for Governor, is a brother of General and Senator Sherman. . . Cablegram. LEFUOY ARRESTED. London, June 30. Lcfrov who mur- dered Mr. Gould in railway carriage on the London and Brighton Railroau, on Monday, was arrested to-day in a railway carriage while travelling from Windsor to London. GERMANIC PARAGRAPHS. , London, June 30. The police lately made domiciliary searches in Dresden and uuremburs. l en imperial Depu ties were arrested and others have gone to America. Americans in Leipsig will have a monster banquet and celebrate Inde pendence Day in a city whicli is in j a state of siege. parnell's appeal. ' Parnell, O'Connor and Macoif. issued an appeal to the Irish electors of Great iirnian to organize morougniy so as u) be in a condition, when occasion offers. to repay the treacherous ingratitude of several liberals. BOHEMIAN ROW. Prague, June 30. The Bohemians attacked a festive German student. There was a gathering and several per sons were staoDed. evictionaVoided. i Dublin, June 0. Persons against whom rent has been assessed, to-dav paid, and avoided eviction. In county Cork, the cavalry and police were ready to evict. There were some en counters and it is stated that thirty were injured. acquitted. Prisoner Phelan was acquitted of the murder of a son of Thos. Boyd, Crown Solicitor for Tipperary. Bnrnted Beaervoir. Cincinnati, June 30. A reservoir in the western part of the city , bursted. The building, which is iron, . four ;, feet high, diameter one hundred' feet,; Was moved two hundred feet from its foun dation. It was a new reservoir. Sev eral houses were washed away. The damage is estimated at $150,000. No loss of life. I She ftkipped Ont With Ills buat.' j Denver, June 30. Mrs.' J. J. Ilayrisbf Chicago a few days ago skipped with fifty-live hundred dollars belonging to her husband, He followed and last night found her near Mt. Vernon. They left for the east last night. Urltty Or aeom s Fast. Chicago, June 30. Griscom started in on his. 34th day's fast at noon, feeling stronger than during the extremely hot weather of a few days past. He lost nothing in Aveight during the past twenty-four liour3. His pulse is now 50. respiration 12, temperature 07. Fester Mnst he Cared 1'or. New York, June 30. The World's Washington special;' It is said the President now intends to leave the Ber lin Mission vacant until after the Ohio election with a view of comforting Fos ter Avith it in case of his defeat. " ! A Burning: Ship. San Francisco, June 30. The steam er Empire caught fire early this morn ing at the wharf at Oakland and the cargo of coal Avas burning at last ac counts. The Jnmrl Property to be Sold. . Ncav York, June 30. Judge Barrett, of the Supreme Court, decreed the sale of the old Madam Juniel property, long in litigation. It consists of 1,100 'lots in the oil v. " Intimidating Pietnre. New York, June 30. The striking brewers are circulating pictures, inti mating to persons that death, etc., await their enemies. , ' Telegraphic Paragraphs. Samuel Williams, manv vears on the San Francisco Bulletin, died yesterday. The Denver, Western & Pacific rail road company have commenced track layinS- , The third rail on the Denver and Rio Grande is nearly completed betAveen Denver and Littleton. Russell Averill and Carpenter's pa per mill at St. Paul burded yesterday. t Jija AAA . : 1 Ann AAA The salutatory oration in Latin at Yale Commencement was delivered by Angrain Vandegratt' of Las Angeles, California. The military companies at Denver are hard at Avork raising money to de fray the expenses of tho Fourth of July celebration. Dun, Wyman & Co. of NeAv York re port 365 more failures in six months than in the same time last year and $7, 000,000 greater liabilities. Tho congregation of Mayor Kalloch's church has written him a letter asking him not to be a candidate for office, which he ansAvered, saying he would not run for office again. The quarterly report of the State of Colorado Treasnrer for the quarter ending May 31 will be published - in the morning papers. It shows $114,072.50 in the Treasury at that time. Foster's Oreat B-nal Act. Charles Foster is having a trying time in his canvass for Governor of Ohio. He tells the temperance people that he never looks upon wine when it gives its color to the cup but Avhen he meets on the sly one ot the red-blooded boys with a generous stomach, he stows away a gill ot mellow bourbon with the grace of a stage driver, and the Avink that fol lows would make a circus clown envi ous. This is what he calls his great dual act. St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Secretary Hsnt'i Scheme. Washington, June 30. Secretary Hunt proposes to present to the next Congress n report on the pressing need of a navy for proper vessels and for that purpose has appointed an advisory board of officers to consult, reconcile opinions and unite in recommeding such a naAry as Congress Avould likely approve. Nena tor Toorbeen an Prohibition. Question In what way do you think the cause of temperance can be best promoted? Answer By education and the ge n eral improvement of the people. Noth ing was ever accomplished bv sumptu ary laws. You cannot prescribe by leg islation what a man shall eat or drink. Yon may regulate the traffic in liquors and keep the business in prudent and responsible hands, but bej'ond this leg islation will fail. India nnpolli Sentinel. The Pierre, Black Hills, bullwhackers recently effected an organization and adopted a resolution to carry no freight through for less than tAVo and a half cents a pound. On the 20th several mule outfits began - loading at one and one half cents per . pound, whereupon the bull freighters swooped down upon them, unloaded Ihe wagons and return ed the freight to the warehouse. A messenger was at once sent to Fort Sul ly for military assistance, but as the garrison consisted only of forty-five men, including ten who recently desert ed, and seven others in the guard house, the application was refused! The intelligent compositor is a Acry literal person and has little faith in fa bles. But Avhy - he' should persist in transforming the name of Ruben' s painting of "Mercury, ' Argus and Io" into ."Mercury, Argus and-Co." passes understanding.' : lie- was probably brother of the man who "set up" the words "the great I am" in sucn wise that they appeared as "the great 9 a. m.," and a distant relative of him who discribed a "tallow chandler" asa"tnl low chandelier." i, The Tombstone Epitaph s&ja that re cently, while a man . Avas digging for Avater near Gold Camp, he encountered AA'hat seemed to be a Avail of burnt brick. ., Piercing this, he Avas rewarded by seeing fl. clear stream of cold water rush out. - The Epitaph concludes that the man had discovered the reservoir belonging to an ancient buried city. , . I'm 1 . ' The straightening of the Rio Grande Railway track and the. preparations for laying; the third rail between' Denver and Pueblo , aro progressing rapidly. Tho Santa Fe. trains may bo expected ere long. ; ' ' ; . ' . ANeAvYork Herald man, who has crossed over to England in an emigrant steamer as a steerago passenger, says there is nothing to complain of in the treatment or accomodations. 1 Ice cream at all hours Marcellino & Boffa's. : of the' day at Boston Brown Bread ' Fresh cverp day at J. ; Graaf & old reliable bakery. . Co' A fine lot of imported Italian beans at Marcellino & Boffa's. American Bread Fresli every day at J. Graaf & Go's old reliable bakery. Try ' Havana. Billy's Ponies" Cigars, pure Xotice of Ilemoval. The San Miguel National Bank lias removed from the Plaza to the stone building on the East Side, opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel, Avhere they will be glad to see all their friends ana patrons. (5-3-4W .. ; . . .... ., ., j ; All summer drinks at Billy's, V .'.5-'7tf Fine sum iner dothingat the New York Store. ' The fiscal year of the Gazette ends the month ot July. All .subscriptions, both monthly and others must be paid promptly in order to enable- us to bal lance the books. . The undersigned will call for all monies due on the 30th inst. Chas. C "Iali., , 0-28-4 , ... -K City Circulator. n Rubber Coats of all descriptions at the New York Clothing Store. . Fine Cigars. Just received a lot of the famous JI. S. cigars fresli from tho factory of Hen ry SAA'itzer ; also the Golden Crown, the choice and favorite of Kansas City. All the lamous smokers smoke them. Also a fresh lot of liquors, the best to be had in the market. New attractions in t- v:i j íííintL, ciuj uiuiii, itiiu nit; mu:! "goods" and best brands knoAVh at the' Exchange Saloon. Wolf & Putmkn.niKI i. i i i. i ' ' Fresh 'butter milk from the churn, brought in every ) morning from the ranch, at Billy's. ; , 5-Sltf Fine line of straw goods at the íapw i oi iv a mining no use. ii-ii-iin Bny your trunks and valises at the New York Clothing Store. . Everything in the house furnishing line kept by Loekhart & Co.. . ' r 0-1 ltf Fine line of Straw Hats at the New York Clothing Store. . 5-25tl' Mrs. Andrews sets the. best table id toAvn for the money, . C-23-3v', , Queensware, glaswarc, of all kinds of. lÍAhovf liViiT- A? ln 1u Woof. T oe V aP- ; t ' - ; " ;' ';' .6-23-31. Another lot of those fine importéd and California cigars .have--arrived at tho shootinsr ernllorv. Thev aro sunerior to anything in the Territory. To try them U tobo convinced. fl-25-tf Ice cold 5-0-tf BudAveiser beer at Billy's. j-ainiiy Miocenes. , A large ' stock, 'cheaper that the cheapest, just received at T. Romero & Son':. ' ; . 3-Wit" Fresh tomatoes, peas and cherries, 20 cents per can at B. C. Rountree'R. ..; 0-25-1 1 Fresh buttermilk on ice at Putman & Wolfs. . .. 0-10-tf ' Fresh vegetables Park Grocery. every day at me 4-10tf