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VEGAS DAILY GAZETTE
o VOL. :. FRIDAY rORXING. JULY 15, 1881. iSro. í). LAS SIMON A- CLEMENTS. CLEMENTS I MARTINEZ . DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE Flour, Grain and Country Produce. Lumber in Large Quantities a Specialty ! Ciish pnUl for Wool, Hides and IVlts, OPPOSITE SAN MIGUEL NATIONAL HANK, - - - LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO PARK MEAT MARKET GEORGE F. GORDON, Prop'r, ' Dealer in All Kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats IIu n 1st mukCK it a spceinlty to Manufacture all Kinds of Sausages, Rolled Spiced Beef Poultry, G-ame and Vegetables in their Season ItfOourtff'iis treatment, (ve him fl Call. EOB'T FREY &c CO. . Dealers in mid Miiinil'uctiinTS of Furniture, Queensware, Bar Fixtures. Undertaking a Specialty Prices Low as the Lowest riailroaa Avonuc, Soxitlx of Eoppor Brora. C. R. BROWNING EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M.. REAL ESTATE & KURUCE AGENT REPRESENTS ,The Oldest, the Largest, the Best Imcurance Com panies in the World. NA.MKS. ASSKTS. MUTUAL LIKE, New York. . !ll,7".",Tsti ( LIVKHI'OOI, AND LONDON AND tJLOBE, London, 31,(Hi.-,l!l4 (Hi LONDON ASSt'RASCE, London 1 5 , SStí, 1 1 1 KJ INSl'KAM.E CtiMPAN Y OK NORTH AMI'UICA ".WIll.W On HOME, New Y'ork ll.MKI.riiia It QUEEN, Liverpool .- 4 .S'JI ,;:7 0'i PENNSYLVANIA FIRE INSURANCE CoMPANX S,1:1,(:! On SPKINHKIELI), MassafliimutlH 2,tls;i,ós.- lit HAMKl'ltG-MAWOEML'UU, Uerniuny Ss7,si (0 V i i O CÍ Ti l H M O 4, CD t: ... H pH I2JSU BAUCE IS CHARLES Wholesale imil Gene ral Me re h a n d i s e Ladies' Dresses Made to Order, VLadies' Hats Trimmed to Order. FANCY GOODS 2 OIT 3NTOH.TI3C Í3IID33 OP 2?-jlíJjeá. Wanted-For Sale-For Rent-lost. "WT'ANTED. A few mutm; scholars. Call on V or address Mrs. ('. PiaRet, Grand View Hotel, Las Vejias, New Mexico. 7-UMf. 7ANTED. To rent a yood piano for two V iiioidhs. Itest if eare warranted. Dr. M. W. Ilobbins, Loekhart liloek, En.-t Las Ve- 7-1:'-1 1 w ANTED Two llrst-tlass ciiliinet men. A. O. ilOHUINS.-7-S-tt WANTED I'oiir or livejjood wood chop liers or sawyers iniiiir it t lllancliard's store this monmiiir between eifht and nine o'clock. W ANTED. Two or three, number one plan ing mill bench hands. None Inn liist class need npplv At Woollen' )lwiiifj mill. Also a good machine man. 4-'!-tf FOR SALE A cliolcu lot of Mexican males, thoroughly broke and in line working condition. Apply to Enink A. Bbike, Lust Las VfjtiiH, N- w Mexico. tí-17-tf ITIOR SALE. A coniblnullun lock safe, 'Mar- van, salí' ;. Scale Company pulcro, I wcigliH l,(KKi pounds, good as new. Applv lo j II. Homero & Urn. r.-stl 7ll)lt SALE County warants bv 1', O. Kilil- 1 r. ..)- r I TV Ml SALE liso Improved sheep delivered at the W niton Monad or Vermejo. K.iv lurlhcr particulars Inquire of DOMINGO N. II At' A, ANTONIO 1). IS AC A , . r-il-tt Upper La Vegas. FOU ALE Kiiiu slock ranch, good range, plenty of running witter, has a good house and corral. Will be gold lor cash, or entile taken In exchangu' Apply to C. K. llrowuing, East Las Vegas. 8-l.'itf. Foil SALE One complete well drilling1 or prospecting íniiclihic; works in rock or dirt; will sell cheap for cash. Por particulars address ('. TRAMULV. 7-iHm Cure of Chas, iilaiicliaid. Liw Vegas, N. M. 17011 SALE Uncu Hall, the largest and best J audience hall In the 'territory, provided with good stage scenery, drop curtains, ct Cattle or sheep taken in exchange or tin.egiv en on pawncuis. Add less A. J. linca and Chas. Ilfeld, I as Vegas. fi-l-tf. tTIOIt KENT Two furnished rooms, two 1 blocks west of the St. Nicholas. Hotel, on street rail way. C.C.JEHUELL. 7-ft-lw 1710U KENT. The drug Btoro in the Wesche : building on the plaza, at present occupied by F. E. Herbert, Is for rent. Applv to the proprietor. C. E. WESCHE. IKW-tf. O , 9 íí T loan on approved real O'f- estate seeuritv. Apply to " U.H. JlUOWNINiS. 7-fltf FELIX MARTINEZ. a o Q U r-r I-' I ' CD o 2 '-' 1 Ji I r-t- I1 PBOT BCTIOISr. ILFELD Hetail Dealer in L'i 70U SALE. Fifteen head of wood work I steers one wa-fon. Apply to George Koss LOCKIIAKT& CO.'s. 7-1-1 w 1 Canvas slioi's at the New York i Store. : One hundred boxes of Til Isburg j Lamp Chimneys received by Locklmrt ! & (.'o s and olVered at lower prices than 1 ever. r.-lltf Wholesale I.iquorN. : llcisc gives special attention to j the wholesale trade in liquors, wines, j cigars, etc. lit! keeps the very best qualities of goods and sells thorn at such prices as makes it an object i'orre ; tail dealers to buy of him. 7-2-tf Kiibber Coats of all descriptions at I the New York Clothing Store. A large stock of line Kentucky Bour bon just received by Francisco 'Baca y Sandoval. 7-2-1 w NEW DENTAL ROOMS Of Dr. DeGraw. Open July 5th, over Herbert's new drug store, northwest corner of plaza. Ü-ÜIMÍ Family tirooerinN. A large stock, cheaper that, the cheapest, just received at T. Romero & Son's. .-1 41 Í Fresh buttermilk on ici! at Piitinan & "Wolf's. (i-10-tf Everything in the house furnishing line kept by Lockhart & Co. "l-Utf Notice lo Hie Public. For fruit and ornamental trees, shrubs, bulbs and flowering plants of all kinds, see 11. Armstrong, of the (Jeneva Nursery. N. Y. He will remain in town a few days for the purpose of taking orders from those that may de sire to purchase. Refers respectfully to Jell' Raynolds, Esq., First National Bank. 7-10-lm Cream Bread at Bell ic Co's, the l'lapa (Jrocers and Bakers. Go to Judd's barber shop and get sernped, Exchange Hotel. tf HEWS If TELEGR&PH Still More Enctiuraiíiii; Are Reports of the President's Condition. Bis Ultimate Recovery Is now Consid ered Almost Certain. New YorVs Legislature Will Probably Adjourn Without Kletliaij Senators. KiiiK Kalakaua Desirous of Selling His (lawaian Kingdom. New Orleans Jubilant Over Her Pros pective Commercial (reattiess. The French People Celebrate Their Na tional Holiday. The Latest Advices Froin Icy Arctic's Frigid Clime. The Latest Cablegrams from Transat lantic Lauds. Much More News of Interest to the Dai ly Hender. Kuiittlaelury Vrofi-eK; oi" tlio IVesl fllenl. AVashington, July 11, Exeentivo Man sion, 8:35 a. m. lite, favorable symp toms in the President's condition con tinue. He passed a very comfortable night and this morning his pulse is !)() and temperature a little below 100. The doctors this morning express them selves as satislied whit the progress of the case. The wound has just been dressed ami the dressing showed there had been a good discharge of pus from the draining pipe. OFFICIAL HI' LLETINS. Executive Mansion. 8:3() a. m. The President lias passed a comfortable night and continues to do well. Pulse, 9(1: temperature, '.I'd: respiration, 22. (Signed) J). AV. Bliss, J. K. Bawnks. J. J. AA'oomvAisu, 1ÍOHT. PiEYlH lIN. Executive Mansion, 1 p. .in. Tito pro gress of .the President's cast; continues satisfactory. 'This morning the pulse was 111, temperature, !I8.5; respiration, Signed by the physicians. Executive Mansion, .AVashington, 1). C.,7p. m. The febrile this afternoon has been less pronounced and has not caused the President so much discom fort. I lis general condition is good, pulse, !)8: temperature, 101: respira tion, 2o. Signed by the physicians. THE SHADOWS 1USA I'FEAU. There, is a marked change in the scent! about the Executive Mansion this morning compared with that which prevailed continuously since the Presi dent was wounded. Bright and cheer ful expressions have taken place of the sad and mournful ones, and the hope ful statement made by the attending physicians relative to the ultimate re covery of the President has the effect of relieving the terrible anxiety which has been prevalent for nearly a fortnight. AVe administered yesterday at 0 p. ni. arrema of soap anil water, which was promptly followed by a copious move ment of 'normal consistence and color. At 7 p. m. his pulse was 100. tempera ture, 101.(5; respiration, 24. To-day at 8:!i0 a. m., pulse, 5)0; temperature, ÍJ0.8; respiration, 22. At 1 p. m., pulse, ill; temperature, 5)8.5; respiration, 22. Signed by the physicians. YESTERDAY'S MEDICAL TREATMENT. AVashington, D. C. July 14, Execu tive Mansion. The following telegram was sent by the surgeons to consulting surgeons this evening: Executive Mansion, 1 p. in. Dr. Frank Hamilton and Dr. Agncw: The President has continued to progress favorably during the last 21 hours. The febril! i'ise yesterday evening was again less than on the previous day. lfe has taken since our last telegram 2!) ounces of milk with on ounce of rum in divide! iloses, as heretofore, besides a small piece of milk toast. This morn ing and at noon to-day he took a small sandwich of scraped raw beef with two teaspoonfuls of intine's beef juice and an ounce of Tokay -wine of 18(58. The medication has consisted of a single hypodermic injection of oixi-quarter grain of sulphate of morphia, priven last night, ami ten grains of bi-sulphate of quinia at 8 a. m. to-day. STKONO EST TESTIMONY'. New York, July 11. Telegrams Arashington special from one of the President's attending physicians said this morning that if the afternoon fevers can be checked the patient wil) be strong enough to hold Cabinet meet ing in a fortnight. This is the strongest testimony in favor of recovery of the President that has yet been vou'ehsvfed by his medical attendants. CONOltATULATIONS OF THE JAPANESE EMl'EKOIS. The Japanese Minister handed Ihtt Secretary of State the following tele gram from his government: Yoshida, Japanese Minister, AVashington His maiestvwas nrreatlv reioieed to receive your dispatch announcing the steady recovery of tin; Iresnlent, and com niands you to present his hearty con- irrat illations. (Signed) AVooyens, Aíting Minister for Foreign Affairs, To kio. FROM THE FRENCH SOCIETIES OF NEW YORK. The following was received to-day by Hon. J. B. Blaine: The United French Societies of the city of New York desire to present to the Presitlent and his fam- ly their profound sympathy and best wishes for his recovery on the occasion of their national holiday. (Signed) Eugene 'Liuuef, Pres. , King; Kalnknun Yl'niitM to &ell Out. New York, July 14. The Times edi torially says: It is an open secret that Kalak'aua, King of t he llawaian Islands, is on a voyage around the world for the purpose of selling his kingdom. AVe have a right to regartl with some un easiness the trading expedition of King Kalnkaua. Virtually the United States has a mortgage upon the Sandwich Islands. That we have a monopoly of the trade f the islands, boticas regards imports and exports, is well known. The government is independent of all other nations, it is true, and it is true that Ihe government is nominally na tive, and that it is undeniable that the worthy gentleman who is King of Ha waii, and is King by virtue of his de scent from the head chief who seized the government once upon a time, is merely a figure bead, and that he is less ot a ruler than constitutional kings usually are. The iireyest annexation ists in the island are naturally Ameri can planters and traders. They fear to have their property interests transferred to the dominion ot a European power. They long for the time when they will not be obliged, as now, to submit to the payment of an import duty on their own products imported into their own country. They argue that sincti nearly everything that the llawaian Island ex ports goes to United States, and nearly everything which is imported into the islands comes from the same republic, if annexation ever arrives it must take the islands to the United States. That this step would be denounced by foreign residents who are not American is also true, but in any event, although our government can't afford to promote any policy of annexation, other govern ments of the world should be 'notified that any ntttmipt on their part to ac quire the Sandwich Islands by purchase or otherwise would be regarded by the United States as sin unfriendly act. John IV. ilnoUey. NeV York, July 14. The Sun says: John AV. Maekey of Nevada sailed for Havrt; yesterday morning in the St. Laurient. He intends to remain in Eu rope until October and upon his return will make a trip through Mexico. His wife has made her home in Paris and the gorgeousness of her entertainments is the talk of both continents. Her hard working ami genial husband is known as one of the, most liberal of men. It seems that the person" who boasted so loudly that he would raise $250,000 in the twinkling of an eye as i gift to the President's wife thought it merely necessary to write Maekey for a contribution. Maekey received the note in this city Tuesday. He read it several times and said he was dis pleased with its toirn. lie thought the proper sense of politeness would have tliictateil to the writer to call on him in person. He knew of course that a large sum was expected of him. After de liberating he decided to do what he has seldom (lone in any case, to refuse. He caused an answer to b! written to" the effect that the occasion did not require that he should contribute anything,- but in the event of the President's death, a calamity which he sincerely hoped would jiot take place, he would be found in the front ranks with those giv ing substantial aid to the President's family. Alhany Advic. TIME FOR ADJOURNMENT. Albany, July 14. Tim Express, the organ of the stalwarts, in a long arti cle setting forth the position of affairs says: "As enough Republicans to nom inate and elect two United States Sena tors cannot be brought together in cau cus the time has come for the Legisla ture to adjourn." THE ASSEMBLY ADOPTED ADJOURNMENT RESOLUTIONS. The Assembly adopted a resolution for final adjournment Saturday, the sixteenth insi., by a vote of (52 to 01. UNDERCURRENT. Roth sections are firm and there are no new developments though there is an undercurrent of work which may break the deadlock in a manner little cxptM't ed. BALI.OTINO. Albany, July 14. On joint ballot for the short terni Potter had 51, Laphain 70, Conk ling !J2, Wooilford 1. For tlit! long term: Kernan 7J, Chap man 2, Atlams 2, Daniels ;, AVheehtr 12, Fish 7, Evarts 2,. Bliss 1, Starin 1. Nec essary to a choice 75). Adjourned. SO NEAR AND YET SO FAR. The fact that Miller gainful the vote of Roardman ami Sysson to-day giving him 5)3, lacking only six of election, made his friends anxious to take an other ballot, but the stalwarts united with the Democrats and carried an ad journment. Victoria WoodimlUs Daughter. N!W York, July 14. The Sun, notic ing the recent cable announcement of the intended marring! of Lord Corlinto Miss Gertrude Btood, says: "The lady here referred to is the daughter of Mrs. Victoria WoodhuU Blood, formerly of this city, and editor of AVoodhull ami Clatlin's weekly, well known for hcral vocaey of advanced theories of women's rights', and a candidate for Presitlent of the United States in the campaign of 1872. Miss AVoodhull Mood was of AVeleh decent from Col. Blood." Pension Ollico UcToi-iii. AVashington, July 14. Commissioner AVm. A. Dudley, commissioner of pen sions, has recommended the discharge of over a hundred clerks, and a reduc tion in the pay of over sixty. General Dudley ascertained that the total an nual appropriations subject to the pay of employes was $75)4,070; amount nec essary to pay the force employed, !i51, 850; dclicit, $1:57,280. In deciding upon changes for the good of the service, this is a great primary object. ':iMej;ran,H. ADDRESS OF SYMPATHY. Paris, Julv 14. The American colony in Paris held a meeting yesterday for the purpose of drawing up an address of symeathywith President Garfield. The address will remain here ten days for signatures. DEMAND FOR RETURN OF RANSOM. London, July 14. A Berlin dispatch says that Bismarck male a demand upon the Port; to refund the ransom money recently paid to a Roumclian brigand for the release of a captive (crinan. ICY ARCTIC "WINTER. Accounts received from Spitsbergen say the Arctic winter was excessively severe, the ice not yet breaking up. uradlaugh's hack up. Bradlaugh served a formal notict; upon the Speaker ami other officers of the Commons, protesting against his previous expulsion from the House as illegal and giving notice that before the thinl f August he will present himself at the table of the House, and that any one endeavoring to prevent him will bt! committing an illegal net and he will resist physical force and endeavor to overcome it if offered. ROWING ON THE THAMES. The Thames challenge cup was won by the London crew; Thames crew, sec ond; Cornell, third. The race was won by three lengths with a Length between Thames and Cornell. News from tlie A it tie Itcf íoiik. New York. Jul 14. The Herald says: Reports by the whaler Thomas Pope seems to extinguish all hopes of of the safety of th! whalers Vigilant and AValston, but from the light it throws upon the Jeanette and her move ments there is reason for renewed en couragement. .AVhen last seen, in Sep tember, 18c.), she was not lar from the two whalers. Upon the supposition that tlie .Jeanette was then overcome by the power of ic! and elements and com pelled to abandon her northward ad vance, the probabilities are that she would have been carri!il as the whalers were, to the southwest of Herald Island anil AVrangel Land. In this event, with her great resources for battling with the ice and for maintaining her crew if driven to lh! Siberian coast, we may anticipate the success of the Hooper's search party in finding traces of De Long between Cape North and Cape Yakon. New Orleans" Future. iew urlcans, .July 14. mere is a movemtuit here for the organization of a chamber of commerce in view of the approaching new era in the relations of the city with the tratle of the Prcifie coast and Mexico. It is growing strong er daily. The Democrat says within twelve "months New Orleans will have become the southeastern terminus of 2,400 miles of transcontinental railway. Just what the Southern Pacific will do for New Orleans, especially when t Ins system of feeders from Mexico and the northwest shall have byen completed it is almost bewildering to contemplate. The simple circumstance that it will furnish the shortest, cheapest and most ilirect communication betwe!ii Asia and AVcstern Europe, that it will form the principal channel through which the grain and cattle, trade ot America will be conducted, that it must become the vehicUs of i-onimerce bctwticn Mexi co and the outside worhl, this of itself is enough to disclose for it a future bril liant beyond description. Arthur irfr Sew York. AVashington, July 14. Viee-Pnvsi-dent Arthur called upon eaeh member of the Cabinet this afternoon and in formed tlmm that he had pressing busi ness requiring Ins attention in iew York, but he did not mean to leave AVashington unless the President's con dition warranted. He was advised to call at the White House to-night and as certain for himself the President's con dition. He did so and was met by the Cabinet. He had a short interview with Mrs. Garfiehl and a very pleasant one. The Surgeons informed him that they thought lit! could go away without any apprehension of any unfavorable turn in the President's cas!. French .National Fete. N!W York, July 14. The Herald" h Paris special of the loth says: The na tional fete was brilliantly ushered in to-night. The streets are thronged and the vhole city gay with flags. At about ten o'clock this evening a torchlight procession passed down tlie avenue De L'Opcra. Upon reaching a certain point where the national colors of France and the United States were Hy ing amiably together the profession halted and sang the "Marsellaise" with great spirit. An immense crowtl joined in crying "Vive rAinerique," "Vive la Republique." AMERICAN FRENCH CELEBRATE. New York, July 14. The united French societies of this neighbor hood are to-tlay celebrating the storm ing of the Bastil;. N cu ola m JncliNon'N Niivrow Escape. AVashington; July 14. The Star prints a communication from Nicholas Jrckson, of Annapolis, who witnessed the shooting of Garfiehl, and who was struck by a ball which ptmetrated the President's sleeve, but which having struck a medal suspended around his neck dropped into his shirt bosom, and is now in his possession. He left town immediately to prevent being detained as a witness ami losing his salary and perhaps his place, lie will surrender the bullet if assured it will be returned when the District Attorney has no more lis; for it. THE ABOVE A CANARD. Jackson is a harmless lunatic, and a wag perpetrated a so-called joke in his name. Itankriiiit NteaniNhlp Company. New Ytrk, July 14. United States and Brazil Steamship Company, dis solved by the Supreme Court referee, reported the indebtedness $2(50,87:5. Cash on hand $237. Hough. on KoHroe. New York, July 14. The Post's lead er, allressetl "To whom it may con cern" says: While fifty millions of Americans, north and south, east and west, Democrats and Republicans are anxiously watching and praying for the President's recovery there is a little band of politicians in this State with Conklim at the head of it who would see the President's death and the acces ccssion of one of Conkling's friends to power a chance for the retrieval of their political fortunes anil who now block the election of Senators in their State from day to-tlay for the purpose of pre serving that chance for Colliding. Only Ciliiiteun Knew His Intention. New York, Julv 14. A AVashington special to the Times says: Nothing that has been discovered since the shooting of the President, nothing in the eounduct of Guiteau at the time or prior to his attempt on the President's life has furnished the slightest evitlem-e that a single human being had any pre vious knowledge of the purpose of Guiteau. Nor has anything whatever been revealed that would justify a sus picion that the shot aimed at the Presi dent's life was the result of a conspi- cy. ' Ked Hot. AT CINCINNATI. Cincinnati, July 13. The heat was excessive all day' and there was little signs of a break to-night. The highest was 102, and 27 deaths from sunstroke, mostly occurring in the street. Thirty dead bodies at the city undertakers for identification. The Board of Health will establish a temporary morgue. Cincinnati, July 14. Thermometer shows ill at noon. The day was the coolest within the week. Flight cases of sunstroke reported up to noon four of them fatal. Fifty-six burial permits issuetl, of which forty-two were for deaths by heat. AT COLUMBUS. Columbus, July 14. Twenty sun strokes here to-itay. AT BURLINGTON. Burlington, la., July 14. The heavy rain fall of Tuesday evening was fol lowed by a driving rain this morning and a cloudy sky this p. m. Tempera ture Tuesday noon, 100; to-day, 85 to 510. An unknown man of advanced age was found dead to-day about two miles above the city. The coroner's verdict: 'Death from exposure and old age.5' Coupling;' Jlovetiieii t. New York, July 14. The Tribune says of Conkling's departure for AVash ington: One politician saiil that Conk- ling was going because the rresulent was incapacitated for filling the duties oiliis otbee under the constitution, and Hurt it devolved upon Arthur to per form those duties, ami the ex-Senator had gone to Washington to look after the mat ter. Another person said Conk ling had been employed by Dorsey, Brady and Price, of the star route ring, to undertake their defense, and that he had gon! to Washington to prepare himself for the undertaking. Telegraphic Paragraphs. Maud S. will trot against her best time at Chicago July 2o The French cidebrated their national holiday at Chicago yesterday. The Pall Mall Gazette thinks a finan cial crisis approaching in the United States. Judge Dillon has been approved re ceiver of tin! Manhattan Elevated Rail road Co., New York. Russel Sag( was yesterday elected president of the Metropolitan Elevated R. R., of New York. Minister Lowell,. London, telegraphed his satisfaction at the steady recovery of the President. The French pilgrimage to Rome has been postponed for fear of hostile dem onstrations by the Italians against the pilgrims. - The Treasury Department yesterday purchased 105,000 ounces of line silve'r for delivery at the San Francisco and New Orleans mints. It is believed the- Czar will commute the sentence f Hessey Helfinann, the woman condemned to death for com plicity in the murder of the late Czar. Allen Rutherford, lately employed in Toronto, has been informed by letter from Scotland that he is carl of Teiral .and master of a rent roll of sixty thou sand pounds per annum. Mint julips at Billy's. Patent copper rivet ed California overalls at the Boston cloth ing house. 7-7 tí Two car loads of stoves received by Lockhart it Co. 5-11-tf Fruit dressed lemonade at Billy's. F'resh vegetables every day at the Park Grocery. ' ' 4-10tf A large invoice of white lace and veils just received at C. E. AVesche's. (5-21Í The traveling public will lint! every thing iirst-class at the ( i rand View Ho tel. Cream Bread at Bell & Co's, the Plaza Grocers and Bakers. Pickletl tri))e for lunch at BILLY'S to-day. All summer goods at reduced prices at Isidor Stern's. Fine line of Straw Hats at the New York Clothing Store. 5-25tf Try "Billy's Ponies" Cigars, pure Havana.