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VOL. SA.TUlDA."5r MOENING. A.UOITST G, 1881. 1STO. 27. CAS ! c. BENJAMIN DKALEK STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN SEASON li-S VEGAS, SIMON A- CLEMENTS. CLEMENTS MARTINEZ DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE Flour, Grain and Country Produce. Lumber in Large Quantities a Specialty ! Cash paid for Wool, Hides and I'elts, OPPOSITE SAN M KH EL NATIONAL HANK, - - - LA VEGAS, NEW MEXICO" PARK MEAT MARKET GEORGE F. GORDON, Prop'r, Dealer in All Kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats Ho also nuiki it a specialty to Manufacture all Kinds of Sausages, Rolled Spiced Beef XFl.-E!SS3i:J3 5333E:if? Poultry, Game and Vegetables in their Season rj-Coiirteoiis treatment. Give him a Call. O. R. BROWNING EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M.. SAL ESTATE & INSURANCE AGEKT REPRESENTS The Oldest, the Largest, the Best Imsurance Com panies in the World. NAMKS. ASSKTS. M I "I'll A L LIKE. New York ,7sr.,7.s (! I.I VKIil'oOI. AND LONDON AND GLOBE, LowI-mi. Jil ,t?i."i, IH4 on LONDON AftSUKANCK, Loud. .11 IS.XSIt.lll : INsUli ME COMPANY OF NOHTH AMERICA 7, .,- 00 HOME, New Yel k li,. -00,505 I OKKKN, Liverpool 4.Ü2I ,-J.'!7 00 PENNSYLVANIA KIKE INS L 1 í A N C K C ) M I ' A N X . . . . 2,131. OTBt 00 SPRINGFIELD, Mnsxarliiirt. tln a.HS.I.SS.'i l!i 1 1 A M It U KG -M A G D E II U I ! G , G.nmin HS7.W.8 00 CO o Ul O O r-1 rt "H a O) Ul cu o h O j CU IInTSU BA1ÑTGE IS HALF-WAY SAW MILL, FLE1TZ &- OVERHUIjLS, Proprietors, Ton miles from Las Yogas, on the Gallinas. A SPLENDID KAOD .Planed ami I'nplaned Lumber of all Kinds Kepi (Constantly on Hand and Made i Order. Stock Taken in Exchange for Lumber. We Respectfully Beg Leave to Inform Von that We Have ;i Full Line of The Celebrated ortree jclj tul ístet tolo IPS ' f III, fT. J P Fx hull fflmm In stock and trust you will call and inspect the assortment Ave have just opened. M. Romero, Las Vegas, N. M. CALVIN FISK, Real Estate and Stock Broker, Notary Public and I2SrSXTE.-VlKrOES AGr'T, OFFICE IN OPTIC It Lot K, EAST LAS VHCAS, XKW UFA ICO. II. It. CMKFOHO, t'HAS. WlllTK SR. Sup't OiiKfresHloniil White's Foundry, Mining Company. Washington, D.L. CLIFFORD & WHITE, MINING- AND Mechanical Engineers, NKW YOKK, WASHINGTON AND TOMIt NTONE, A. T. Milk punch at Billy's. V7ti Full weight and fair count, at the Park Grocery. 7-27 tf & CO, IN UEW MEXICO. FELIX MARTINEZ. . 4 5. o (- I -1 H 5 2 ? P Q S Q t ' CD PBOTECTIOU, ill I w ESETS Fine sunnner clothing at the New York Store. Grand Lunch very Saturday night at the Exchango Saloon. 4-21-tf Salad a la Delraonico at Billy's Lunch. 7-l!3tf Flour by the whole sale at T. Homero & Son's. Ladle' Summer Suiting. New Fabrics. New Styles-. Fast Colors. Beautiful Shades at the store of I C. E. Wesche. 7-12-tf Cream Bread at Bell & Co's, the Pla.a (irocers and Bakers. Keep the dust out of your rooms by using Lockhart & Co.'s Rubber Weath er Strips. 5-lltf Fresh butter milk from the churn, brought in every morning from the ranch, at Billy's. 5-31tf HEWS Hi TELEGRAPH The President Still Continues to Steadily Improve. He SHHin CojjiforjUbte Day and Eats Heartily. 'X i -T Nathan Orlando (íreeiiileld Expiales His Crime. He Was itahged atSyraense, New York, Yesterday For Killing His Wife ver Five Years Ago. Some Interesting Talk in the British House of ('(millions. Denver i Rio (runde Railway Ope rations. That Company Sow Has Si). Miles of Road. A 3 umber of Readable News Items on Various Subjects.' tiarfield's lrg rens Sitinla-lory. OFFICIAL BULLETIN. . Executive Mansion, Washington, 8:30 a. m. The President slept the greater part of the night although he had taken no morphia during the last twenty-four hours. His improved condition war ranted several days ago a dimunition in the quantity of morpnia administered hypodermically at bed time and it was reduced at first to onc-twelth and after wards to one-sixteenth of a grain in twenty-four hours without any conse quent unpleasant result and finally it has been altogether dispensed with. His condition this morning exhibits continued improvement and another good day is anticipated. At present his pulse is 88, temperature !)8.4, respi ration 18, Signed. 1). W. Bliss, J. K. Baunes, j. j. woodwaui), Robert Reybukn. Fkank Hamilton. Washington, 1 p. m. The President continues to make slow but steady pro gress for recovery. He ate about the usual quantity ot breakfast this fore noon consisting of beefsteak, potatoes, toast and milk and has up to this hour rested quietly and comfortably. His pulse is not high and he is entirely free trom fever. OFFICIAL BULLETIN. Executive Mansion, 7 p. m. The President has passed another good day. The appearance of the wound and char acter and amount of discharge of pus continues satisfactory. He has taken an adequate quantity of nourishment, and has had several pleasant naps dur ing the day. At 12:80 p. m. his pulse was 08, temperature 08.4, respiration 13. After 4 p. m. his temperature be gan to rise as usual, but to a moderate degree and without perceptible dryness of skin. At present his pulse is 102, tcmpeaatnre 100.4, respiration It). Signed. D. W. Bliss, J. K. Baunes, j. j. woodw'aui), Robt. Reybukn, F; Hamilton. Tlie 1. t It. O. PushcN On. Colorado Springs, Col., Aug. ). The opening of the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad to Durango, 450 miles from Denver, in Southwestern Colorado, was celebrated there to-day. This is the completion of one of the several exten sions of that road now being constructed in this State. The extension just fin ished is two hjimdrud. miles long, begin ning at 'Alamosa, on the Rio Grande River, and terminating in the Animas Valley. In this valley are immense coal deposits, one hundred miles wide. It is also the natural southern outlet for the rich mining district of San Juan, which lias been but little developed, owing to the want of proper transpor tation facilities. Other extensions will tap the San Juan on the east and north, a region covering the area of the State of Massachusetts, and intersected by various mountain ranges and traversed by many rivers. At present 5,000 men are employed on these extensions, and about three miles of track are laid daily. In April, 1880, 3;!3 miles of road were operated. On the first of this month 805 miles were in operation, so that dur ing the last sixteen months 458 miles of road nave oeen completed. Iliese roads are being bunt in a mountainous coun try, and will tap sections of the State rich in mineral resources. Eight hun dred and fifty miles more of road are now under contract and construction and is being pushed as far as the Utah border. The extension to Gunnison City will be completed on Monday next. The other extensions to mining camps are being pressed forward to comple tion before the early snows, and tlio in crease of miles of road operated and the great development of the industries of the State have caused a great in crease in its earnings. In 1880 the gross earnings for the seven months ending July 31st, were $14,300,040; for the same time in 1881 tliey were 3l.U4ü,4aa.72, The net earnings for the first six months in 1880 were $520,218.53, and for the same time this year, $1,173,830.05. CoVClO t'OIIMIIIIIfli. San Francisco, Aug. 5. The princi pal part ot the small town ol Covelo in Round Valley, burnt . last night. The fire originated from the overturning ot a lamp. The loss aggregated over fifty inousuiui uoiiars, iiiuuuv on uusiness property. Partly insured. Hung At Last. Syracuse, N. Y., Aug. 5. Nathan Orlando Greenfield was executed this morning for the murder of his wife, Alice, at Orwell, Oswego County, Octo ber 15. The case was remarkable for a stubborn contest in the courts On three trials the jury disagreed, and twice the finding was guilty. There were three death sentences and five stays and reprieves on the sixth. To day the formal execution took place, five years and nine months after the crime was committed. After so many escapes from the gallows, Greenfield was confident he would not be hanged, and gave up the hope of commutation only tinder the gallows. The execution took place in the jail in the presence of twoliundred persons, official witnesses and press representa tives. The prisoner was cool and un concerned. Being asked if he had any thing to say, he replied, "nothing." The trap sprung at 11 o'clock. Ascene took placo just before the execution. The prisoner's brother insisted on standing by him to the last, declaring him iniwcent. This the Sherift' refused to allow, as unlawful. Greenfield had an affecting interview with his brother and cousin this morn ing, and assured them that he was inno cent and ready to die. The chaplain implored him to confess. He protested innocence, and fervently prayed for mercy upon himself and his enemies, who perjured themselves on his trials. He went calmly and unfalteringly to the scaffold. The Sheriff asked if he had any confession to make, and he said: "I have none. As Christ is good, it is true that I am innocent!" George Gorlinni's DcIiiNion. New York, Aug. 5. The Tribune thinks George C. Gorham is still labor ing under a delusion. He is continuiog as a candidate of the Republican Sena tors for Secretary of the Senate. The Washington newspaper of which he is supposed to be editor spoke of him a day or two ago as "The present candi date for the position," and adds that his election was only deferred through the deadlock which characterized the extra session of the Senate last Spring. If Gorham is anything except a consci entious adventurer, which may perhaps be doubted, he is an anti-aministration man. That of itself ought to and no doubt will settle the business. We ob serve in Republican newspapers a mild but determined! objection to Gorham' s attempt to load himselt again upon the party. From the Lord's Vineyard to the lu Mnrance HiiNlnetiN. THEKE WERE TWO OF 'EM. New York, Au2. 5. The Sun says: Rev. Dr. Stephen II. Tyng and Rev. Jno. O. Bache, his assistant in the Church of Holy Trinity, went from the ministry into the life insurance busi ness. 1 yng is now resident director m Paris, ot the equitable, and Bache is having an office at No. 83 Liberty street. A CO-l'AKTNEl'SIIir. Tyng and Bache have also formed a partnership of their own under the title of John O. Bache & Co. When Tyng went to l aris, June 1st, lie lett with Bache a young man, R. P. Cooper, as clerk. THEIU NICE YOUNG MAN. Cooper is 28 years of asre, and has ex tremely pleasing address. His first venture was to Dorrow thirty dollars ostensibly to attend his mother's fune ral, but really to go on a lark to Coney island. Cooper had been given the keys to Tyng's apartments in Florence Flats, Fourth avenue, He would occa sionally open and air them. He did more. He made them a delightful place for the entertainment of his friends, whom he entertained in a sumptous manner among the doctor's beautiful household goods. Among a variety of similar adventures the young man was dismissed. He has not yet been arrested. The .null Bag ltaeket. New York, Aug. 5. The Times, not ing certain comments of the Canada postollice authorities on the mail bag controversy, says: They appear to mean that an artificial scarcity of mail bags in the United States was created for the benefit of certain favorite con tractors, and that employes of our post offices were only too ready to encour age their needy brethren on the other side of the border in using property which does not belong to them. There seems to be room here for further in vestigation. Peoria PicklnxN. INFERNAL MACHINE CROWE. Peoria, Aug. 5. P. W. Crowe, of in fernal machine notoriety, is about to enter the lecture field. His subject will be "What I know about infernal ma chines." He still insists that the ma chines sent to Liverpool were manufac tured here. BOILER EXPLOSION. Fourteen deaths from the explosion at Woolner s distillery have thus far oc curred. The remaining four victims are doing well. Convict' Break for Liberty. San Francisco, Aug. Ü. -A Falsom dispatch says: Yesterday live convicts at the branch prison, named George Lupton, George Walker, Bob Durken, John Cooney and James Geordon'made a break for liberty. They knocked down the guard and ran for the river, The officers and guards pursued them, Durkin was wounded in the leg and captured; Walker was shot dead; Coon ev was captured, being afraid to at tempt to cross "the river; Lupton tried to cross, but was drowned and Gordon was not accounted for. Prohibition Prohibited. Raleigh, Aug. 5. Seventeen counties give a majority of 21,748 against prohi bition. The other counties will proba bly make it 00,000 to 70,000. The whites are divided and the negroes are solidly opposed to tno raoauure. From Ac ron the Wntera. OBSTRUCTIONISTS. London, Aug. 5. In view of the avowed determination of a few Parnell ites to obstruct the business of the Com mons, the views of the opposition have been ascertained in regard to the ur gency for supply. The result of the in quiry encouraged the government to believe if this step is necessary the op position will cordially co-operate. QUESTION OF RELEASING PUISONEKS. It is believed the question of releas ing some of the priSonersin Kilmanham jail will be deliberated upon at an early cabinet council. COMMISSION OF INQUIUY. It is stated that a deputation of prom inent conservatives is about to go to Ireland to inquire into and report upon the relative condition of laborers living respectively under and working, for resident and non-resident landlords and farmers. The object of the deputation is to form a basis of its report for legis lation upon the labor question. A general strike. Cork, Aug. 5. The laborers strike everywhere, extending to Queenstown, Mallow and the different centres of la bor. All laboring men joined the move ment. The strike is a general agita tion for increase of wages. Employers are stubborn. BUAULAUGH. London, Aug. 5. Bradlaugh did not appear at Westminster to-day. lie ap peared at Bowstreet police court and presented information upon which he demanded a summons against the po lice for assault, in which demand he simply alleged that an assault had been committed on him. The magistrate said this was insufticient, that Brad laugh appeared to have invited assault, that he should have refused the sum mons if all the facts were before him. and certainly should on what appeared in the information. Bradlaugh intends to proceed further. l'A KNELL l'ELTS 'EM. In the commons last night, on going into committee on supply, Parnell Lvmirrlit nnrlíir ruvinw tVin unuiinri cirin ff O' Kelly, Homeruler, some weeks ago tor characterizing the statement ot iot tenham, conservative, as lying and ca lumnious. Parnell argued that the standing under which O Kelly had been suspended was intended only to check the persistent obstruction and not to punish the hasty use of language, and he blamed the speaker for not giving him an opportunity ot withdrawing the laneruaee he used on the nrst instant. when lie was suspended by a vote of the House for persisting, in spite of the speaker's ruling, in raising the question ot Irish political prisoners. GLADSTONE ANSWERS. Gladstone commented warmly on the liberty assumed by Parnell of appealing to the rules of the House one night and insulting them the next, and severely censured him for introducing the sub jeet at a time when it was impossible for the House to pronounce judgment, Considering that O' Kelly had used the words immediately after O'Connor had been called to order for using the word "mendacious," he thought the charge against the speaker entirely tailed. THE U. S. WILL l'ROSECUTE THE MAKERS OF INFERNAL MACHINES. In the Commons to-day the Home Secretary read a dispatch from the United States to Minister Lowell in forming Earl Granville that he had wired Secretary Blaine on the 20th July an account of a convarsation he had with Tenternen, Under Foreign Secre tary, inspecting the infernal machines at Liverpool, and to which he had re ceived a reply from islaine stating that the .National, otate and municipal an thorities are strenuously endeavoring to iiscover the authors ot the plot in which he had reason to believe very few were enirasred. and that no pains will be spared in discovering and prosecuting them. A Heathen Chinese Thief. New York, Aug. 5. The World says reerardinir the arrest of Sam Shine, a Chinese merchant who is accused of having stolen several thousand dollars worth of goods from R. Isaac & Bro., importers of Chinese and Japanese goods, on Broadway, that he has stores in Philadelphia, Charleston, Atlantic City, N. J., Washington and San rran cisco. It is said that Shing is wealthy He has been only live years in this country. Warm Wisteonsin Weather. Milwaukee. Auar. 5. This is the warmest known day in the history of Milwaukee. A fireman in the streets of the city of Milwaukee died from the ef fects ot heat, specials to the Kepuoli can from the interior of the State re port a number of fatal cases of sun stroke, and very many eases of prostra tion, which will probably prove fatal also tour cases of drowning. llejoieiiiff Over the PreNideiit'M Im j rove men t. San Francisco, Aug. 5. A Nevada City dispatch says: The improvement in the condition ot the iresident was cele Invited to-day by a military parade am drill. Governor Perkins with a party were present. l;ivie exercises had been contemplated but were not carried out An Accommodating Mexican Judg-e Bassilio Luna was condemned to death having been sent to the judge at San Felipe Torrenaclie for sentence. The culprit asked for privilege to speak, am he said as he had to suiter for his crime lie begged the briefest time. The judge gave him answer, saying: "As he asks for it. execute him immediately," and in twenty minutes afterward lie was shot. La rnlria, (Jay of Mexico. It is estimated that $100,000 can bo ltrolilablv expended durins? the fiscal year ending June 30, 1883, on tlm San Joamiin River, and that much more will be spent in California river and harbor improvements during that year. We have now in stock a fresh supply of pure Apple Cider Vinegar. Geo. If. Maitland & Co. 7-21tf Telermpbie Purnarrapli. .T. I.asv Sr. (Wrvn flmirinir mill ivna burned yesterday at Cleveland, Ohio, by an incendiary. Loss, $25,000. There were several sun strokes at Cleveland, Ohio, yesterday. The New York and Brighton Beach Railroad was sold at 6heri Irs sale yes terday. The engine house of the Ruffalo Railway Company Avas burned yester- ay. Lioss, f50,000. The remains of Gov. Bayly arrived yesterday morning in Detroit and will be buried Sundy. The srreat rains yesterday ereatlv benefited crops in Tennessee. Heavy and general rains last night amaged the crops in Minnesota, but it is impossible to state how much. The State Department refused to state what will be the policy of the gov ernment in case Russia demands the ex tradition of Hartmann. Russia has not even asked an examination of the case yet. .YlAt'key'H Start. I remember an old friend of mine, a 40-er, once telling me about the Mack- eys, and how they got their start in life; which led to such great results. Mack ey used to keep a small saloon, and dealt with the commonest kind of cus tom, and my friend would frequently see Mackey s wife about the place. She was very plainly dressed in those days, a common gingham was good enough; and as for diamonds: why, you might as well of talked of buying the moon in those days, and it was sometimes hard ines to make both ends meet. But the mining excitement came, and Mackey was lucky enough to be able to make a little venture with l'lood, (J linen, and some others, who afterward struck t rich. He is now worth, thev saw $30,000,000 to $40,000,000, and his wife, at a recent entertainment abroad, liter- lily blazed with diamonds. I sunuose when she comes here she will lead the fashion in New York society. Some times, in the pauses of all t his extrava gant frivolity, however, she no doubt hnds a moment or two to think of the time when, in her simple gingham, she used to help her husband serve the customers at the little bar in the far west. Respiration Afl'eeted by Altitude. M. Marcet, whose experiments with reference to respiration on the Alps are well known, has made similar ob servations at various altitudes on the ,'eak of Tenerme respectively 7.000. 10,700 and 12,200 feet above the level bf the sea. Among the results noted, it appeared that the carbonic acid expir ed is, under all circumstances, propor tional to the weight of the body, the amount being greatest during the first or second hour after eating, then grad ually diminishing; the amount of car bonic acid expired was greater at Ten eriffe than on the Alps, the increase in the latter case being probably due to reduced temperature in the other case, however, 17 per cent, more car bonic acid was expired at the sea level than on the Peak of Teneriffe, this be ing due to increased perspiration at the nigner aniiuues; ine volume oi air ex pired per minute, and also the number of respirations, decreased at the higher elevation. Twenty Per Cent. Discount from the market price on Qneensware, Glassware, Hardware and Notions at the store of C. E. WESCHE, Las Vegas, N.Rf. Also the bargains of the season in Staple and Fancy Groceries. i do lust as l advertise. C. E. Wesche. Auction Sale Will be had to-day next door to the First National Bank. All kinds of goods will be sold. All those having goods of any kind for sale bring them out before 5:30 o clock. Sale days will be Tuesdays and Saturdys. r. J. Weber, Auctioneer. J. W. Lovr has inst reeeivpd :i enr f No. 1 choice new hay and he is selling cheaper than ever at his commission house. 8, 3, 2(. Fruit dressed lemonade at Billy's. Hack Line to Hot Sprlngx. Fare 50 cents each way. Hack going to the springs leave de- Íiot, Sumner and St. Nicholas hotels at I a. m., on arrival of train, and at 4:30 p. ni. Returning, leaves springs 10 a. m. 2 ). m. anfC:30 p. m. All hacks will stop at west Mile sta ble where fare will lie collected. Mail and express wagon will leave depot on arrival of train, and Hot springs at a a. m. Mendenhall, Hunter & Co. 8-5 tf Perzoine a specialty at 8-3-tf Billy's. Canvas shoes at the New York Store. Hand Made Shoe. Fine French calf, for gentlemen, splendid foot wear, at II. Romero & Brother's. 0-9-tf Family Groceries. A large stock, cheaper that the cheapest, just received at T. Romero & Son's. 5-14tf The traveling public will find every thing first-class at the Grand View Ho tel. s, Cream lemonade at Billy's. 5-7tf Champagne cocktails 25 cents, at Bil ly's. 7-14-tf A large invoice of white lace and veil just received at C. E. Wesche' h. (J-2t New Potatoes $2.75 per hundred at E. Germain & Co., El Paso, Texas. 7-24-1 n Mint julips at Billy's.