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VEGAS DAILY GAZETTE
o FEIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER.?, 1881. VOL. 3. NO. 70 LAS BEOWNE & MANZANAEES LAS VEGAS AND PLOWS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, 8,AS?Xíí!5r t0 Wool, Hides, Pelts, -THAT MAECITS i OLEMM'S CENTRE STREET, is the Neatest, Nicest and Cheapest Assortment of CLOTHINQ-I t2TI)o you ccmprehend that at Marcus & Clemm's, Centro Street, Is a perfect collection of HEAVV FALL AND WINTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS. 1)0 YOU BELIEVE That rlirht here is the place where you can buy just what you want for less money than you puv for inferior (foods elsewhere ? We are prepared to l'ROVE. Permit us to show our 'Goods anil Prices. They also keep the Largest Stock of Groceries, WHOLESALE andltETAIL. Gallon JLJTtCTTS & OILiEIMIIM: Centre Street, Bast Xjjr.g Vogas, - Now ÜVEoacioo THE OLD RELIABLE DRUG STORE, ESTABLISHED, 1870 DUNLAP & WINTERS, SucrrsMorx to Herbert & Co. DEALERS IN Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles and Perfumery. PrescriptlonsiCarefully Compounded. Northwest Corner of the Plaza, Las Vegas. IT IS NO USE TO SEND EAST FOR FINE GOODS, AS H. EOMEKO & BEO. HAVE JUST RECEIVED LADIE 8' -INCLUDING- Brocade Silks, Velvets, Satins, Tassels, Cassimeres (Of All Colors) Fine Washington Cloth, Momie cloth, Silk Bunting (Of all colors.) Ladies' French Kid Shoes AND B.Laaies' 37a i 33. CARPET DEPARTMENT! Our Carpet Department is complete in the latest and most beautiful designs. We invit inspection of our stock. MANUFACTURER OF RJIATT All Bed Springs of all Kinds, Pillows of all Kinds, Window Curtains of all Kinds, Wholesale and Eetail. East Las Vegas, - Opposite Browne & Manzanares. US UGISJUT B1UET F. I. HOOPER, Prop'r (Successors to H. E. Fraley.) Will keep constantly on hand Reef, Mutton, Pork, Stusaffn and liologna, also Fresh Butter and E(Tffs. Kali road trade solicited. Meat de livered to any part of the city. $20 Ilewnrtl. Strayed 6r Stolen, from my milk ranch, threo miles South-west of Las Vepas, one span of mules, about UVt hands hi(fh. One bay maro mule. One gray horse mule, branded1 S O L on the left hip, The above reward will be paid for information leading to the recovery of same. C. V. JONES. 10-j-tf Tor Sale or Kent. Restaurant fixtures, complete, for $0, the building for rent at $50 per month, or both for rent at ITS per month. This is the best loca tion for a restaurant in the city and is now dointf a lino business. Inquire of Calvin Fisk, real estate agent, Optic Ulock, East Lus Vegas. 10-S-tf Everybody Kays No. Best goods, lowest prices, most com plete stock; goods delivered free in East or West Las Vegas. Bell & Co. The Plaza Grocers and Bakers. Fifteen cases of buckle shoes just re ceived direct from Boston by T. Rome ro & Bon. . 10-4-3t. Pl 03 B w e o Ktc, both here and Eastern Markets. In the AT- A VERY FINE STOCK OF Also a full line of e Bonnets.- Fresh Oysters at J. Graaf & Go's. 9-20tf. To the Patrons or the National Hotel. Mooncy has departed, but did not take the .National Hotel with him, be cause he could not, and that is consol ing. My aim will bo to run the hotel in the very best style possible, and to that end neither expense nor pains will be spared. I respectfully solicit a con tinuance of the patronage that has been bestowed so liberally in the past. .MaHALA HANDLES. Fresh Oysters at J. Graaf &Co's. 9-20tf. Furniture. Lockhart & Co. keep a line line of fur niture of all grades; very superior par lor sets, chairs, etc. 10-5-tf A -car-load of sugar just received at T. Romero & Son. 10-4-3t Granulated, crushed, puiverized and all kinds of sugar just received by the car-load by T. Romero & Son. 10-4-3t. Fresh Oyster Every day direct from Baltimore, wholesale and retail, at Philips & Milli gaus1 on Centre street. Also fresh fish twice each week. 0-16-1 m ENS If TELEGRAPH Two Horse Thieves Captured at Socorro Thursday, Were Treated to a Tight Rope Enter tainment Yesterday. They Were Suspended From a Cotton wood on Methodist Avenue. The Sew York Republican Conyeution Down m-TnirdTgrm1sm; The News From the Indian War in Arizona. Some of the Redskins Found it Conve nient to Surrender, While Others are Hotly Pursued by the Soldiers. The Handiwork of Samuel J. Tilden Seen in the Ohio Campaign. There are Ninety Nominations for Post masters for the Extra Session. Horse Thieve Lyuchcrt. Special to the Gazette. Socorro, N. M., October 7. Two of the four fellows who went through Browne & Manzanares store at Lamy about ten days ago and made a eood haul, besides taking a couple of horses were arrested here Wednesday evening and this morning they were found dis gracing the limb of a cottonwood tree, on Methodist avenue. The character istic placard, "The fate of footpads and horse thieves," shows that Socorro is a bad place for bad men. Arizona Advices. THE REDS SURRENDERING. San Francisco, Oct. 7. A Tucson dis patch says the Citizen's special from San Carlos states that news from Sub. Agent Hoag says eighteen of George's band came in and surrendered. Maj. Wilhelm has started to Camp Thomas with them. George is reported in con cealment near there with four men. This-verifies the -wisdom of-Sunches' s advice, who said if everything was kept quiet the hostiles would all come into the agency, and he promised to point out the guilty ones. A Wilcox dispatch to the News from San Carlos says George left the sub-agency last night with fifteen men. TWO MORE VICTIMS. A report was just received which says two men were killed within two miles of Benson to-day. WILL PURSUE THEM. A dispatch from Col. Bayard, just re ceived, dated Sulphur Springs Valley, six o'clock this afternoon, says the hos tiles are striking for the Mexican line. He will follow them into Sonora and will co-operate with Mexican troops if necessary. The Indians are in southern Chihua hua mountains. Men just in from the direction of Bswie report seeing Indi ans in that vicinity and troops are tobe ordered in pursuit. WHERE THE REDS ARE. Tombstone, October 7. A dispatch from one of the volunteei's who went out after the Indians on the morning of the 5th learned that the Indians were making direct for San Bernardino ranch in South Chin-icahua mountains, Sonora, about seventy miles from Tombstone. LATER. From C. D, Reppy, of the Epitaph, who went out with Major Clum and party returned at 8 p. m. It is learned that the Indians after passing McLow rie's ranch broke up into small parties and struck out from Swisshelm mount ains, a spur of the Chirricahuas that flanks the eastern side of Sulphur Springs Valley.near the south or upper end. BOUND TO CATCH THE REDSKINS. San Francisco, Oct. 7. A Tucson dis patch says: Gen. Willcox with staff ar rived here last night. Bernard tele graphs from Soldiers' Hole, via Tomb stone, 8 a. m., that the rain softened the trail badly and he cannot move without losing animals, but will move to-day. The Indians are in the south ern end of Chiricahua. It looks as if the Indians will get over the Mexican line. It can hardly be possible that the Mexican government will object to our ioliowing these murderers into their territory. I will not cross the line with any disrespect to their gov ernment but with the intention of pun ishing the murderers and robbers, and to enable me to do this I will co-operate with any Mexican troops that will assist, but will not turn back until I have the Indians or am ordered to do so by the proper authorities. The Mex ican consul at Tucson has telegraphed to Chihuahua and sent a courier to dif ferent points n the line to have the Mexican troops co-operate with our forces. MILITARY MOVEMENTS. A Willcox dispatch says: Reports were just received from Bowie station that Col. Sanford just ordered out two companies of the (5th Cavalry, on a special train for that place. There are rumors that more Indians are leaving the reservation, but not credited here by the military. Reports from Thomas about Baylcy's scouts deserting are confirmed by a dispatch from Col. Smith, commanding that post, who says they left yesterday evening. Col. San ford received information irom Thomas that cavalry has been sent after the ren egade scouts who deserted. Col. Mc Kenzie is here and reports all quiet at the reservation this evening. Col. Carr and command have been, moved from San Carlos to the sub-agency. To-day was regular issue day. There is no information as to the number of Indians present. Cablegram. IRISH LABOR LEAGUE. Dublin, October 7. By special invi tation Parnell and the executive com mittee of the Land League Labor con vention will assemble in Dublin at the end of October for the purpose of com ing to a national organization of farm laborers to act with and under the di rection of the League. A separate la bor executive committee will Deformed which, will direct and control-theoiga ization. Delegates from England will attend. A few prominent leaders of the labor movement will be selected at the convention as candidates for Par liament. BETTING AGAINST FOXHALL. London, October 7. The betting in the race for the Czarowich stakes is 9 to 2 against Foxhall, C to 1 against Mis take and 7 to 1 against Retreat. A LITTLE BLAZE. Liverpool, October 7. A fire in the Exchange buildinir to-day was extin guished after burning cotton samples and some office fixtures. Mining Stocks, New York, Oct. 7. The mining asso ciated press reports that for the past eleven uays mining siocks nave ueen verv active, total sales being greater than for any other week in three months. Business, however, has been of a verv unsatisfactory character Prices, with few exceptions, either showing no change or declining, Among stocks which improved were Mosse, which advanced from. 110 to 120, and Hibernian 3!) to 44 With the exception of Comstock, and a few leading properties, mining stocks are considered very low, and the best informed operators are holding for advances. Total bullion receipts From mines $188,892. Total sales of mining stock at both exchanges nearly 900,000 shares. , Democratic Still Hunt In Ohio. New York, Oct. 6. The Times' Ohio specials describes the Democratic still hunt in Ohio, and declares that Book waiter has put a hundred thousand dol- , , Ta ill A . I t. J a. jars wnere it win uo me mostguuu ubxi Tuesdav. It is also stated that Tilden' s interest in the Ohio campaign has re vived, and he has contributed liberally to the campaign fund. He is especially interested in the Democrats gaining control of the Legislature, which would redistrict the State tor Uongress, thus insuring the Democrats a majority in the-Ohfi (TtílcgatíonT By nidio? in W ,ff.,if o ,!?;,t ti,of rr;i,Tr, r.nr, matter it is claimed that lilden can rightfully claim the support of Demo cratic congressmen two years hence. "All Honor to the New York Repub licans." New York, Oct. 7. The Sun's leading article to-day, under the head f "All honor to the New York Republicans," begins with "We think that every pa triotic citizen should heartily rejoice over the proceeding of the Republican Convention held in this city Wednes day. The chief and most conspicuous feature of the proceedings was the sin cere and unchangeable determination evinced by a great majority of the dele gates to set the heel of the party firmly and immovably upon every attempt to make Grant President for athird terra." Kiiiety Postmasters to b Appointed. Washington, October 7. There will be about ninety nominations of post masters at the coming special session of the Senate. Of these about forty -five are of the postmasters appointed by President Garfield after adjourn ment last summer. There are twenty one postoitices which became presiden tial on the first of last July because of the increase of the receipts,and twenty two which became presidential on the first of the present month. Nomina tions for these it is supposed will be sent in. The French Delegates Visit West Point. New York, October 7. The French delegates to Yorktown left this morn ing for West Point and passed through Twenty-third street accompanied by the French military company. Will Nullify. New York, Oct. 7. The Herald says: A strong probability exists that a special commission of Congress will de clare null the election in Flavana, and perhaps in Santiago de Cuba. The Stalwarts on the Committee. New York, Oct. 7. The Times to-day points eut that of the thirteen stalwart members of the new twelve are from New and Buffalo. State Committee York, Brooklyn 1 Boston Wool Klarket. Boston, Mass., Oct. 7. There is a good healthy tone to the wool market. Prices are sustained, with a good de mand from manufacturers, although the market is less active than for some previous weeks. Sales of all kinds amount to 2,500,000 lbs., which include Ohio and Pennsylvania fleeces, at 43 to 45 for xxx and xx 8 above. Michigan fleeces 41 to 43. Pennsylvania 42. Most of Michigan held as medium and No. 1 fleeces at 45 to 50. The latter prices for choice unwashed fleeces continue, and there have been considerable sales. Carpet 18 to 19. Coarse and low 19 to 23. Fino 24 to 32i, and medium 25 to 35. Combing and delaine fleeces have been in demand, with prices firm and a shado higher for fine delaine, 'with sales at 4(5 to 49 for combing. About 500,000 lbs. Kentucky, Missouri, and others, combing was being sold at 32, and there is a more active demand for this description. California wool quiet and fall rejected. Pulled wool is in demand at 33J and 50. Very choice su perfine selling at 45 to 50. There is a firm feeling for all kinds of foreign wool, but sales have not been to any extent. Inspection Commissioner Washington. D. C. Oct.' 7. The commissioners appointed by the Pres ident to inspect two hundred completed mues at The western end oi tne jNorin ern Pacific Railroad were Thos. T. Miner, of Fort Townsend, W. T.; II. H. Gerringe, of New York; Chris. W. Slo gle, of Fairfield, Iowa. Caved in and Khnt in. San Francisco, Oct. 7. A dispatch from Upper Lake says the air shaft and hoisting works at Sulphur Bank quick silver mine, caved in about 4 o clock this evening. There were four white men and two Chinamen in the 210 foot level who were shut in without a chance to get air. All the miners are at work to get them out. Jones of Jiferada.- The central figure at the present mo ment is undoubtedly that of Senator Jones. He has been the trusted friend and firm ally of Gen. Arthur, and the Sart which he has played since the eath of the late President has been a most conspicuous one. His house at Washington has been the headquarters of the new administration, and he has probably consulted upon every step which has been taken. Senator Jones is a man of ability and patriotism. He desires to serve his country as best he may, and it remains to be seen whether his services will not .be recognized by some, influential post. Indeed, it has been more than whispered that Mr. Jones will be Secretary of the Interior, in the new Cabinet, and that in resign ing his Senatorship he will make room for his old friend Mackay, who, it is said, is desirous of entering public life. Those who believe so add that, while it is true that the Legislature of Nevada is Democratic, the great personal influ ence of Mr. Mackay and the benefits which he has showered upon his State would be sufficient to have him elected. It is also said that it is not without the realm of possibilities that Mr. Lapham will resign and that Gov. Cornell will appoint Mr. Conkling to succeed him. Conkling, it is said, does not want a place in the Cabinet, and such an ar rangement would bring about the good feeling which the Half Breeds nave clamored for so loudly. A foreign mis sion would then await Mr. Lapham, who would be only too glad to see his quondam friend back in the place which he filled so long and so honorably. From The Hour. Horse Thieves. Since last April Sheriff Barron, of El bert county, has been after a band of horse thieves who have been operating in this State and in Kansas. A tew days since he secured four of them in the latter commonwealth, and with them fifty-live head of stolen horses. Last week he got on the trail of another g faZu L hlJL to be somewhere in the mountains of , pi-.j- orwl ,,.: tu at!ina f Colorado, and securing the assistance of Captain Charles A. Hawley, of the Rocky Mountain Detective Association, the two started for Hancock. From Hancock the pair went to Pit kin, thence to the Hot Springs, thence on to the Tomichi, and then back to Hancock again, and here they found their man, and while Captain Hawley covered the scoundrel with a revolver, Captain Barron put the handcuff's on him. This was last Saturday afternoon and the prisoner was brought to Den ver, reaching here Sunday morning. The same day he was taken to Kiowa and had a preliminary examination, re sulting in his being held to answer. He was then brought back to this city, and is now an inmate of the county jail. The culprit's name is Will Hall, and he iu nharíTíiH witli tlin thrift rf tVivr-in Imrooa belonging to W. L. Marcy. Having stolen the animals, Hall sold them to a man named Chceny, from whom they were afterwards recovered. Captains liawley and Barron are a "bad" team in criminal matters, and when they go on a case something is generally heard to "drap." Denver Tribune. Very little attention is paid in Wash ington to the report that several Repub lican and Democratic Senators on the funeral train reached an agreement in regard to the organization of the Sen ate, by which the Republicans were to be allowed to elect the presiding officer without opposition, and to retain the committees, while the Democrats would content themselves with the secretary and sergeant-at-arms. The reported arrangement seems to have been based on the idea that it will be useless for the Democrats to elect a president pro tern, since as soon as the three Republicans in waiting are sworn in the Republicans will have a majority, and can then pro ceed to elect the presiding officer, and all other officers as well. But the Re publicans will not be so situated as to be able to accomplish this. After the two New York Senators and a succes sor to Gen. Burnside are sworn in,' the Senate will stand thirty-seven Republi cans and thirty-seven Democrats, Da vis, of Illinois, and Mahone. There is no confidence among the Republicans that Davis" will now vote with them to organize the Senate. The circumstan ces are different from those under which he did cast a Republican vote last spring. Unless he does unexpect edly support the Republicans, the Sen ate, for all purposes of organization following the election of a president pro tem., will be a tie. The Democrats could not change any of the commit tees, and the secretaries and other mi nor officers could not be elected, except as a matter of compromise. Early Saturday morning the steam barge Maine came into collision with the Clark street bridge and forced it open. Two young men in a buggy nar rowly escaped death. The vehicle and horse were thrown into the water but were recovered, the horse being unin jured. A sensational rumor was started in Washington Saturday stating that Gui teau had taken poison and was dead. The only foundation for it was in his being dosed with quinine for malaria. A severe shock of earthquake is re ported from Kamouraska, P. Q. There was a slight frost in Quebec yesterday. Fatal Ending or a Qaarrel Between Banehmea. Garnet Lee and W. L. Worley are two ranchmen who have been living togeth er on the Lee ranch, several miles out from Raton. Wednesday morniDg Mr. Lee rode into Raton and delivered him self to the law, stating that he had kill ed Mr. Worley in an altercation that he had with him early in the morning. The facts gleaned in the case were meagre, but the nearest we can learn is that the shooting occurred at the house of Mr. Lee on the ranch. There was a quarrel between Mr. Lee and Mr. Wor ley regarding the possession of the house, Lee claiming that it was time for Worley to vacate, and seek a house of his own instead of living at Lee's resi dence. This dispute engendered bit terness between the parties, anda quar rel was the result, during which it is claimed that Worley drew his pistol on Lee, when the latter drew his weapon and fired with fatal efl'ect. A coroner's jury was summoned at once and went out tothe ranch. Lee, the killer in this affair, is well known here in town, having for some time resided here, and having a father, mother and several brothers and sisters in this vicinity. Worley came here last spring from another part of the State, looking for an investment in cattle, hav ing but recently sold his flocks. He leaves a wife, but we believe no child ren. Trinidad News. J. J. Gainey, of the Delmonico Res taurant, will establish a depot here for fresh oysters and fish, and supply deal ers throughout the Territory. This is the most available point for such a de pot, being readily accessible and a point where ice can be saved in winter. This is another business which will be likely to flourish. Father Coudert is breaking ground on the Hot Springs road, about one mile of town for a large Catholic cemetery. The new grounds, measuring 800 feet each way, will be substantially fenced with stone, and a large number of or namental trees will be set in this fall. The Father hopes that civilization may not interfere with the dead there as it has on Zion Hill f late. We shall be prepared in a day or two to answer the often asked question: "What is there to build up and support a large town at La Vegas?" and we think we shall be able to prove to the satisfaction of all reasonable people that a very large town is a necessity an inevitable necessitj1, just where we are located. 'Otto iswi of the States-fa -which-11 full Legislature is to be elected this fall, and Virginia is another. The friends of the presidential possibilities three years hence arc figuring on the situa tion and the proverbial bar'l is likely to be pretty freely tapped to help 'on these two campaigns. Fred. Hooper writes that he is on his way from tho Canadian with a hundred and fifty of the finest beeves that ever left the river. Fred has purchased the Fraley meat market on the east side, and will stock it up with the best meat in the market, lie will remove his family here to live. One Sunday, during the meeting of the Geographical Congress at Venice, a boat race took place on the Grand Canal. The whole city turned out to witness it in gondolas. Twelve gilded barges, richly carved and draped, at tracted general attention. The gondo liers were dresséd in fancy costumes. Those- of one barge had a bear in the stern, a seal at the prow, and were dressed as Esquimaux. Nine skiff gon dolas competed for a prize. Tho King and Queen looked on from the Palazzo Foscari. At Bloomington, 111., the jailer, Ted Franks, was shot and killed by a horse thief named Pierce. When the citizens heard the news.they gathered en masse and overpowered the sheriff" and police, and, seizing the murderer, dragged him out and hanged him to a tree. IT WILL Be of advantage to all buyers of cloth ing, gents' furnishing goods, boots and shoes, hats and caps, etc., to defer their purchases for a few days until my new fall and winter goods arrive. The largest stock to select from, latest styles, good, reliable goods, and prices low. Please. give me a call. ISIDOR STERN, West Las Vegas. Lamb, mutton, pork, veal and all kinds of sausage and vegetables at Frank Maier's meat market. 10-8-31 Auction Hale. F.'J; Webber, the auctioneer, will sell a large variety of goods this after noon at public auction on the plaza. He has horses, mules, household goods, etc. Persons who have goods to sell should bring them. Buyers will find an opportunity. 10-8-1 1 Special Notice. To the Ladies of East Las Vegas: I have just received a splendid assort ment of Millinery, Fancy Goods, Cloaks, Dolmans, etc., which I am offering at ldwer prices than the same quality of goods were ever before offered in Las Vegas. All goods strictly first-class. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. Mrs. J. E. Moore, Douglass Avenue. Opposite Sumner House. . 10-7-2w All sumiuor drinks at Bilry'ii. -7 \n\n SOCORRO, N. M.