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LAS - VEGAS DAILY GAZETTE
o WEDNESDAY MORNING, XOVEMUER 10, 1881. NO. 112. : ! r. ' 1 " I BROWNE & MANZANARES ra t R t 0 - 0 ó I.AS VEGAS A VI) SOCORRO, V. M. Z.Í-'í4-JÍ',Sé NEWS BY TELEGRAPH Additional Members Added to the (uileau Jury. 18 if Among Hie Number Being a i olorrd (rntlenidn. Wool, Hides, Pelts, Spcteul attention given to inlying and selling Etc. , both here and Ktiatcrn Markets. in tlio The Largest Clothing House IN THE TERRITORY, SELLING AT TIIK LOWEST PPICES AND KEEPING THE FINEST ASSORTMENT -is the Secretary Blaine Summoned to Appear in Court To-day. A Trial or Captain Ericson's New Tor pedo Boat at New York. Witnessed by General Grant and Other Prominent Soldiers. The First Sleeting of the International League at Chicago. A Party ot Burglars Rob the House ot a Lunatic. Secretary Kirkwooil Issues His Annual Report, Containing Some Suggestions in Regard to the Indians. News From O'er the Sin and Other Interesting Happenings. ErlraoH's Torpedo float. New York. Nov. 15. The Times has an account of the trial yesterday in the presence of General Grant, Secre tary Hunt, Chief Engineers Loring and Anderson. U. S. Navy, and a dozen other distinguished officers and public ; men of Ericson' s new torpedo boat, De stroyer. The novel features 01 tins uonc is a submerged gun which discharges a torpedo with unerring certainty through the water four hundred feet in three seconds with twelve pounds of powder. i ester-day s experiment was a pronounced success by an wno w 11 nessed it. It was the fifty-second time the gun lias iired the projectile, and at no trial since the boat has been put in working order has it failed with the same charge to throw a dummy torpedo 300 feet in three seconds or less. The French oilicers were especially interest ed in the experiment, and though they at lirst pronounced it impossible to op erate a gun canstrflcteu on such princi ples and with submerged muzzle suc cessfully, they were obliged to acknowl edge that the theory had proved cor rect. Astonishment was depicted in every line of their countenances when they saw the projectile rise to the sur face beyond the target after having traversed the distance from the gun and through the netting without mak ing evert the faintest ripple on the sur face. Said a naval ofliecr at the con clusion of the experiment : "Give New York harbor a dozen such vessels, which could be built at the cost of one inllexible Arduilo, and we could -defy the combined navies of the world. It seems to me the key to the complete revolution in naval construction meth ods. A lleet of cruisers with a couple of these destroyers on board ready to launch at a moment's notice, could bid deiiancc to the most powerful iron-pro tected fleets. WE RECOGNIZE UNTO AND PROPOSE TO LEAD THE SEASON IN LOW PRICE COHN & BLOCH fSlTFlX'N ADDITION) Now Platted anil ready for market. Will lie sniil lit reasonable prices. Wiirriintee Deeds will lie given. Apply at llrowning's Ken I Estate Ollicc Title perfect, and BROWNING'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE KOLLOCK & COOPER WHOLESALE AND ItKT I L PEODUCE DEALERS l'oiiUi'y, Kítfs, Hülier, Etc.. Ijocatod st,t tlx o Olct .nía Sxidx'ose; Office CORNER (KAN I) AVENTE AND SIXTH STREETS, EAST LAS VEGAS, - NEr MEX. IDO "OU - AXjXSZHE! THAT AT ID. ZMZA-IRCTTS' , is the Neatest, Nicest and Cheapest Assort in cut of CLOTHING-! SrD; youccmprohenrt that at Marcus & Clcmm's, Centro Street, is a perfect collection of HEAVY FALL AND WINTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS. DO YOU BELIEVE That rifflit here is the placo where you can liny just what you want for less money Hum yon iiav for inferior goods elsewhere? We are prepared to J'KOVE. l'ennit us to show our Goods anil Prices. They also keep the Largest St ick of Groceries, WHOLESALE anil HETAJL. Call on 13. 3MAHCUS Centre Street, H et. frit Xietai Vogas, - - - NTcw Mexico LOCK.ÍIART d& OO. Las Vegas, New Mexico. Wholesale anil Ketall Dealer la Qxiconswaro, STOVES & FURNITURE Keep the largest stock of Lumber, Sash, Doors, Minds, Taints, Oils ami Glass In the Territory. FRANK LE DUG, Merchant Tailor. Largest nnil best stock of pioee goods noil trimmings in the Territory, Satisfaction guaranteed, Norfb. sido Flaza, Hias Vogaa 3V0C. The uileau Trini. Washington, Nov. 15. The pressure to obtain admittance to the court room this morning was notably greater than yesterday. After the ushers had exer cised the right of selection and admit ted two or three score of well dressed and respectable looking people, includ ing a Pennsylvania member of Congress accompanied by ladies, the doors were thrown open and there was a sudden and impetuous influx of representatives of the rougher element f society. The live jurors sworn yesterday were early in attendance. Court was formally opened a few minutes after ten o'clock, and immedi ately afterwards the counsel in the caso and' the brother and sister of the pris oner entered. After the lapse of a few minutes Guiteau was hurried into the court room in custody of a half dozen policemen and Deputy Marshals. His handcuffs were removed, and he shook hands with his brother and sister and took a seat reserved for him. between them and his counsel. G uileau and"Scoville then submitted an affidavit and made application for an order for an additional number of witnesses, which order was made by the court. Then the additional panel of seventy-live summoned last evening was called. Most of the persons re sponded when called. Guiteau mani fested less nervousness and excitability than yesterday, although in his whis pered' conversations with his brother he was quite earnest and demonstrative in his manner. A colored barber named Howard was the lirst juror called. His answer showed him to be not disqualified from service, but the defense challenged him peremptorily, being the fourth per emptory challenge. Next was a man named Lynch, who has decided opin ions that'tiuiteau ought to be hanged or burned. He was of course excused, as was also the next, named Bailey, who declared his belief that Guileau was crazy. iext was a colored man, re markable for frilled shirt front and dramatic posture and manner who re lated the history of his past life and then was peremptorily challenged by the defense. In fact it is understood that Guiteau is resolved not to have a colored man on the jury. The next was an Irishman named Michael Shechan with a verv pronounced brogue who had no opinion on the subject of Guileau s crime except that the man was out of his head he was sworn as the (it li jury. Sam. A. Hoobs, a native of Maryland, a plasterer by occupation was sworn as tne seventn juror, u. vv Bates, a native ot Washington was sworn as the eight juror. After that. for about an hour every man called. confessed he had formed a linn or de cided or unalterable opinion on the question of the prisoner's guilt and was excused with one exception, in the person of a colored man named llalph Wormlev. a plasterer who thought he could render a fair verdict. Ho had not read more about the case than he did an ordinary case- of that kind. He did not believe even-thing he read in the newspapers because they had pub lished things about himselt that were not true. He could not say whether the President was shot by the prisoner until he could hear testimony, ui course it an insane man did tne snoot ng he would be as much guilty as any body else. The crazy part of the bust ness was something else. No sensible man could have done such a thin After a consultation .between the conn sel and prisoner and his brother Seo ville said the defense would accept the juror and Wormley was sworn in as the ninth. The list of seventy-live talesmen hav ing been exhausted tne marsnai was ordered to summon another list of sevcntv-live for to-morrow and cour adjourned. The International League. Chicago, Nov. 13. The industrial leairue of America opened its first Na tional tariff convention at Fairbanks Hall, Central Music Hall building, at 11 o'clock this morning. The objects ot the convention is punncation oi public service, the restoration of the National flag upon the Ocean, advance ment of interest in the ship building industry, regaining our lost place in the carrying iraue, uiscussing me auvisa- bility of the early and progressive rcadjustion ot the international taxes oi the general government and the discus sion of means to naturalize new indus tries upon our soil. The convention assembled with Ex-Governor ltufus Bullock, of Atlanta in charge. He made a brief address stating the aims and objects of the convention. Jamos Scantlan and E. P. Talbott, of Chicago, and J, M. Borher of New York, were appointed secretaries. A committee on permanent organization was chosen, including II. J. Smith of California, after which t he meeting adjourned to 2 p. m. They still suffer a good deal, from wolves in Portugal, and in some rural d stricts wolf hunts are periodically or ganized by the Adminstrador. Kobblnt; I.tinitllc. Chicasro. November 15. A Youngs- town special savs . Jesse Baldwin, of Boardman Township, uve mites soutn of this city, the lunatic who created a sensation by appearing in the Treasury Department at Washington and de manding gold tor seventeen tnousanu dollars in bonds, was robbed this morn ing at 3 o'clock. He kept his money in an old-lash loned sate under tne stairs the hallway of his residence. I he nartv of burglars numbered live. 1 he amily slept up stairs and ine nrsc inti mation they liad or tne Durgiary was the furious noise made by ti e blowing open of the safe with powder. George Lewis. Baldwin s son-in-law, lired three hots at the robbers as they leu the house with the bags of gold in their arms. The burglars lired back, but no body was injured on either side. The obhers had previously taKcn two oi Baldwin s horses and tne dcsc carriage from the stable and had them standing near the residence. They jumped into ho biiggv anil escaped, going soutn, Baldwin has offered a reward of $1,000, t is just learned that the crrriage broke an axle tour miles irom líauiwin s house. New York, Nov. 15. The Suivs Washington special on the Star route case says: Col. Bliss does not regard the quashing of information last week as a verv serious matter. Especially in view of the fact that evidence has re cently been discovered as is believed which will make it possible to prosecute these cases. It is claimed evidence has eeently been discovered ot the pay ment of monev late in 7!). The statute wyi not procure a bar of these cases if tne evidence ue good ior anyining unoi some time m December next, it is understood that the Government now proposes to bring the cases lirst in the police court here. The defendants after i -li i .. arrest win nave me privileges ennui vi having an examination and being bound over for trial in case the grand jury of the Supreme Court finds true bills cr ot i . i. ..i-.. !.. i :.. uemanuing a preliminary Hearing the town courts. Foreign. THE rEXIAX SEIZURES. London, November 15. The docu ments seized in connection with the ar rest of Tobin, the Fenian, relate to the establishment, by force of arms, of of an Irish republic. They reveal an extensive organization known as the "lloyal Republican Society," with nu merous members. The books, rules, anil a list of members of the society arc likely to throw light on the exist ence of similar organizations elsewhere. OF. KM AN ELECTIONS. Berlin. November 15. The result of the eighty-eight second ballots for members of the Reichstag shows the election of nine conservatives, two of the second party, sixteen national liber áis, sixteen sccnonisi uoerais, iweniy tliree progressionists, live of the party of the people, thirteen socialists, and four participants. LAND COURT DECISIONS. Limerick. November 15. The sub- commission of the Land Court here de cided that a number of holdings in the vicinity of the city on which tenants re side arc agricultural holdings and are therefore entitled to the benefit of the Land Act, and that they would have been rightly excluded if merely held as market gardens by persons residing in the city. The decision was received with applause. It is important. A large number of cases are affected by it. The decision will be appealed. TEACE. London, November 15. Gerhard Rolhafs writes the Anti-Slave Society from Weimar that he received, October 27th, letters from Abyssinia authonziag him to conclude a treaty of peace with Egypt. He says he will come to Lon don in January, and then go to Cairo. lie is persuaded lasting peace can only be made under auspicies of the British Government. l'AKDON. St. Perersburg, November 15. It is proposed to dispose of all political pris oners now in jail beiore tne coronation of the Czar. V. S. ItondH. Washington, November 15. At the close of business to-day the amount of United States bonds received for re demption under the one hundred and fifth call aggregated $0, !)!)!), 950. From May lilth to June 30th last there wero $22(5,000,000 worth of live per cent, bonds received for redemption and con tinuance at three and one-half per cent. This is the largest amount of bonds ever handled in such a brief period by the United States Government. 15LAINE SUMMONED. Secretary Blaine, the principal wit ness for the Government to prove the shooting of President Garfield by Gui teau, has been notified to appear in court to-morrow. the same time the Progressists and the members of the" Centre party, al though able to combine for purposes of opposition, are incapable of governing in concert. As it Is impossible to gov ern Prussia on a monarchial system and the same time on the principles of the Progressist party, the Chancellor's suc cessor, in choosing between the Centre party and the Progressists, would have no other alternative but to decide in favor of the former and to endeavor to learn from a Govern mental majority with cooperation. The struggle waged for years by Prince Bismarck against the Centre party ren ders it apparent that persons who have taken no part therein are more fitted for the task of forming a government than the Chancellor, .who thought h could carry on the conflict with the support of the formerly great N atonal Liberal party, but was compelled to a-J bandon it wnen, on me ianure oi uiu negotiations with Herr von Bennigsen, the Liberals left them in the lurch. The leadership having been allowed to pass into the hands oí the more radical ele ments of the Liberal party, the path which the Government kept in view up to 1877 became closed against them. For the new paths which must be struck out the responsibility had better pass to a statesman who does not possess Prince Bismarck's antecedents. J.J.FITZGERRELL, THE LIVE REAL ESTATE Las Vegas, N. M. J. J. Fltzireirell, the live real estate nin. has for aalo a lunre number of fino buslncM and desirable ruoidcncu lots In different puns of tho new and old portions of the city. Par- tics seeking Investments In real estate, busi ness chances, business and dwelling bouses, should call on Kitzgcrrell: bo can accommo date them. buy six choice resl 9 LiOtH. Ill bur a bouse and iíf( DOLLARS will buy a choice resi- A Rare Chance: SLOQQ i DOLLARS will JJ two Lots. dence Lot. The Mutual Union Tclrifrapli. Chicago, Nov. 15. The local manager of the mutual Union Telegraph Com pany, answering the question as to how extension will be, the Mutual Union in telegraphic connections said : We will include every large city in the United States, San Francisco, New Orleans, New York and Chicago being the cen ters. Lines will be run almost entirely on highways and open country, and not paralell with railroads as the Western Union wires, making our service much cheaper, and with no arbitrary delay of the railroad companies. Denver's Council. Denver, November 15. The now city council met to-night and elected the following city officers : City Attorney, J. C. Stallcup ; City Clerk, James T. Smith; Chief of Police, L. Emery; Street Commissioner, B. J. Carrigan ; City Engineer, E. II. Kellogg ; Chief of Fire Department. Thomas Claytin. All the above except Kellogg and Emery are Democrats. Hirknooii'H Ilrport. Washington, November 15. The an nual report of the Secretary of the In terior is largely devoted to iresti decis ions, lie strongly recommends mat a liberal provision be made by Congress for teaching Indian youth our language that upon just terms to Indians the number and area of existing reserva tions be reduced, that on such reserva tions as are not well adapted to farm ing without irrigation, efforts be made to teach Indians to become herdsmen instead of endeavoring to try to make them farmers, that Indian titles te re duced reservations bo individualized and thoroughly protected by law, and that more civilized reservation Indians bo encouraged to abandon their tribe relations by setting up experimental forms of local government for them selves as nearly alike as may be to the system of county government prevail ing in the state or territory in which reservations are respectively situated. From (be Pacific. TIIK KIK3T TRAIN. San Francisco, November 15. The hrst overland tram for lour days arriv ed at Sacramento this morning. COLLISION. A special west bound train was ditch ed near Blue Canon yesterday by col lision with a freight train. RAINS. A copious rain set in this morning, It is snowing heavily in the mountains with a prospect of a severe storm. OFF THE TRACK. A San Diego dispatch savs : A con struction train with a party of laborers on the California Southern lumped the track near the summit of Soledad grade this morning. Flat cars loaded with ties upset falling on several men instantly killing one and badly crush ing live more, two ot whom can naruiy recover. AI1 For Irclainl. Boston, Nov. 15. The Irish National Land League sent Ireland last quarter $127,815. California sent an additional 4,101. The National Hotel Opening;. A goodly number met at the National Hotel last night to gclebrate the open ing of the house under the auspices of Mr. J. W. Zellers. Tho best of music was in attendance and all seemed to en joy themselves to tho fullest extent. The bad roads kept a good many at home who would otherwise have been present. As it was, however, it was a success, and all feel well pleased with the entertainment. Th Responsibility In the Mar Route Cases. The latest phase of the Star Route cases is more remarkable than anything which has preceded it in the conduct of this interesting prosecution. In the recent arguments concerning the juris diction of the court to proceed by crim inal information in lieu ot indictment, it has been stated over and over again by the special counsel for the Govern ment that this unusual course was adopted because the statute óf limita tions would have run in favor of the de fendants befero the evidence could be laid before a Grand Jury. But who was responsible for prevent ing the Grand Jury from investigating the facts r Possibly no one said so m open court, but the statement was free ly made elsewhere that all the blame in this respect belonged to Mr. Corkhill, the United States Attorney for the Dis trict of Columbia. After resting quietly for some time under this injurious imputation, Mr. Corkhill has now spoken out. He de clares that the responsibility for keep ing the Star Route cases away from the Grand Jury rests solely with Mr. Wayne MacVeagh and the counsel specially retained by that gentleman while Attorney-General to take charge of those prosecutions. And he states particu lars which, if correct, fully sustain his assertion. Mr. MacVeagh can not afford to let Mr. CorkhhTs remarks go without no tice on his part. They were made by an officer of the United States, in the discharge of his public and professional duty. If true, tney reflect serious dis credit on Mr. MacVeagh. If they are not contradicted, they will be taken by the public as true. Jv. Y. Sun.. TltiugN Demonstrated. The election in New York has dem onstrated several rather interesting things. I. An Irishman and a Catholic can be placed at the head of the Republican State ticket, and can get a larger ma jority than any of his associates. II. When the Republicans nominate a bad candidate for an important State office, the chances are that he will be cut to pieces at the polls. The Bald Eagle of Westchester is now balder than oyer. Ho has hardly a pin-feather left. III. The animosities between the Stalwarts and the Half Breeds worked off their bitterness mainly on the legis lative nominations. This has enabled the Democrats to get control of both Houses of the Legislature for the sec ond or third time sinco 1852. IV. Mr. Conkling's friends in Oneida can elect his champion to the Assembly in his own district, though he himself may be such a sufferer from malaria as to be unable to get home to votojfor the State ticket V. When a young Republican mil lionaire of a fashionable family con ducts an unseemly canvass for Con gress, even in a Republican district, he is pretty sure to bo beaten in spite of his money. VI. The Democratic managers of a State campaign should not depend for the election of their State candidates upon the quarrels of the Republicans. Some other lessons are enforced by this funny clection.but these are enough to meditate upon at one sitting. 1f "V ( DOLLARS will buy one of the ) )J best Business Lots on Railroad Avenue. O DOLLARS a month for eight months will pay for a choleo residence Lot in Ortega's Addition. 3 HUNDRED DOLLARS will buy a three room House with Lot near tho Depot. tiA K"wl" buy a nice tw-room house tDrrOU with kitchen. This Is a barimin. buy two nouses wun three 1'arlc.A great mth A It ARK CHA NCR. Will sell a valuable ln- J. tercst in White Oaks mines and mill ma chinery at a (treat bargain on account of sick ness. Inquire of J. J. Fitzgerrell the Uve real estate man. 4j) fr f Will buy an elegant four room 7bl.ZnJJ house in fttio order, renting for KM per month. buy lour residence lots. Will buy a nice residence on Main street renting ior fita inoiiin. U4UVJ lots, fronting the burgnin. Renting fos fiW.OO a moi 840 dinf Will I busl- on F Qfn Wi" buy 11 r,K1 hot'1 on Uh11 JJ)loUU road Avenue renting at fall icr month. Ci 1 Qnnwillta' one of tho bestbu O-LtJvyv ness houses and two lots Douglas St. m ELEVEN DOLLARS a month for Twelve Months will pay for a choice Lot. (J9?rAMONTHLV PAYMENTS. 2!0 will PjtJvbuy a one room house with a splendid lot centrally located. Enqulro J. J. Fitzokiihki,l, Tho live real estate agent. 7U) It LEA3E-Four lots Ion Douglass and Lincoln Avenues. 4AAA DOLLARS will buy a tine' iV J J stock dairy and farming ranch near the city. i Kfjf DOLLARS will buy a splendid luV K J new residence, six room, two lots fronting on Maine Street. Rents lor $40 per month. 6pT Dollars will buy one of the , V7 V. best shingle milts In the terri tory, together with 3,IM) acres of fine land. For a shingle mill man who understands the business this is a fortune. rj f "SV A Dollars will buy ono of I J m KJ J J the largest ana best np- S oiiited stock ranges in the territory; a splcn id residence: eight m iles of river front : nu merous lakes and springs; well watered and well sheltered; all under fence; making one of tho best stock ranges in the world. Grant title perfect. ARARE RARGAIN'-f 1,300 will buy !! lols and three houses centrally located, rent ing for 9 18 per month, ata bargain. I HAVE FOUR LOTS left in Martinez addi tion near the railroad depot. Will elope them out at a bargain. C6)ff Will buy two lots on Zlon Hill, Q)5V 'J A splendid bargain. I font Desirable residence lots In the lliiena VistaTown Co. addition for sale. FT f will buy a good new three room tP'iJy house and two lots near the rail road depot and round house. QA AAA Head of sheep for salo i J J J J Wethers, ewes and lambs. CiUOfC WILL riUY A GOOD FOI R f)05 ROOM HOUSE near tho Machine Shops. A bargain. di) i(f Will buy one of the best btisi iplaJJJ ness houses In tho city, rent ing at $1,000 a year. I olso have for sale several fine stock ranches in the different portions of tho Territory. t'OIt KENT. A number of desirable business houses on tho different business streets of the city, also offices, restaurants and dwellings. If you want to rent property call. Remember that the best business chances are always to be had by calling on J. J. FlTZGKKKl'.I.I, , Tho livo real estuto agent, oilieo on Grand avenue. CATTLE. 2.000 lienri of best improved cattle for sale. For particulars enquire of J. J. FITZGEK REL, tho live real estate agent. 11-btf Wanted-For Sale-For Rent-lost, WANTED Situation as clerk or book-keeper. Address S., this office. It WANTED Situation by an American young man who has had seven yours experience in tho retail grocery business. enees given. Address "James M. Good refer- ' this office. ll-i:t-:;t WANTED Everybody who likes a good meal, Hiid a good lied to sleep In, to come to the National Hotel, South Side rla.tt-ll-10tf WANTKD 100 men wanted at San Pedro, N. M. Miners, teamsters and laborers. Good wages and steady employment. Apply to Geo. Davis, Wallace, who will furnish trans portation io the mines, il-l-tf. San I'ediio & Canon dm, Aoua Co. Hoarders, Vegas, ut Í4.S0 per week. A r ANTED. t T restaurant. Outer at the Oyster street, East Hay Las AlfANTED.- T T goods. Sane Small Pox. New York, Nov. 15. The physicians in the Tombs reports Col, J. Howard Welles, charged with blackmailing Jay Gould, sane. There have been fortv-one small dot patients in Riverside Hospital during the past two months. Emigrant ItOs nitftl received fortv small nox natients from Staten Island tomato canning es tablishment, where the German emi grants wero so badly treated. The small pox hospital at Snake Hill, N. J is so over-crowuea mat, mo auiuonties are using tents for tho overflow, and new cases are arriving daily. When They Cheered. Washington, November 15. Thcr was no ill-will manifested toward Gui teau. by the audience this morning ex cept applause, which was immediately checked, when those being examined expressed decided convictions that Gui t ;au ought to hang or burn. Some dis turbance was caused by over crowding the platform and tho efforts of the audi 6ace to get more comfortable places. The S prin Ks" Party. The party given to Capt. Randall, of the Hot Springs, on his departure for the East, was a decided success. De spite the muddy roads, there were about sixty guests present, who made merry hours with dancing and singing. When the Springs people undertake to do anything they know nothing but suc cess. Capt. Randall no doubt feels proud of his send-off. An Elegant Prosper Iiim. We have been favored with a copy of the prospectus of the Socorro Tunnel Mining Company of New Mexico. The printing and engraving were done in Philadelphia, and the general fine ap pearance and character of the work arc a credit to the mining company, which owns one of the most valuable mineral properties in the Territory. J. W. Gray is rushing work at a lively rate. lie has two houses under con struction for Mr. Cromwell, of New York. One of them is situated on Sixth street adjoining Dr. Milligan's new building. The other is on Railread Avenue. The former is to be built of stone, two stories high, with a large cellar. These are line buildings and will reflect credit on the city. flismarrk Weary of Strife. A Berlin paper publishes an article which causes considerable sensation. After announcing that Prince Bismarck will return to Berlin in tho course of a week to report to the Emperor in re gard to tho future constitution of the crovernment. in view of the results of tho late elections, the article proceeds as follows: "We hear that Prince Bis marck has expressed himself as weary of being matte the butt ol an tne wick edness, baseness, calumny, and envious suspicions of 45,000,000 people. Ac cording to the principles of parliamen tary government, t he majority ought to be obliged to assume the succession to tho office of Imperial Chancellor. At Theresa Longwarth, who claimed to be married Major Yelverton, now Vis count Avonmore, died last month of paralysis at Pietermaritzburg, Cape of Good Hope. A London paper says that the Prince Imperial and Empress Eu genie were among her latter-day asso ciates. Yelverton subsequently mar ried a Scotch lady, and has been living for years quietly on his estate in Gal- way amt elsewhere in ireianu. Prince Krapotkin, the Nihilist, having been ordered to withdraw from Swiss soil; has taken a villa at Thonon, on the bauks of Lake Leman. Here he re ceives many visitors, both men and wo men, steamers and railway trains rare ly stopping at the place without land ing a party for him. An Ultramontane journal is published in the town, and raves at Krapotkin' s presence there as though he were Satan himself. The Holy Synod of the Russian church have issued a decree forbidding priests to refuse the rites ef religion in the cases ot persons whose deaths have no toriously been caused by the excessive use of spirituous drinks. It is stated that from time immemorial the Russian clergy have been accustomed to class such 'deaths with suicides, and as such have declined to give the body Christ ian burial. An old and yaliant French Legitimist has just breathed his last in Paris at the advanced age of 1)2 General the Compto de Saint Priest, Commander of the Order of St. Louis and of the Legion of Honor He was the son of one of Louis XVL.'s last Ministers, and the godson of that monarch and Marie An toinette. . To buy and sull second hand Will buy and sell at reasonable rates. Money advanced on goods at a reason rate, I also make furniture repiiirinf a speci alty. Neil Culgan, tirt building east of the bridge. fANTED.-lf yon want a No. 1 Husk Mai lt tress, goto ÁREY'S, third door west of St. Nicholas Hotel. - 10-Sl.tf ANTED A gentleman wishes a single 1 Kit! NO RUCKS 100 for sale cheap. An- 1T1 ply to Hlytta Hrothers Si Co., Glen Mora spectable lamily, where ho can have break lust. East Side. Apply lit Mr. Drowning') of fice. I.OIt SALE. Native shingles can bo found J at Mr. Hlanebard's store, on the pla.a, lit wholesale pi-ices. KK-timt ERIXO IIUCKS 100 for sale Ranch, Watrous. . 10-1-tf I7VIU SALE 1000 cedar posts. Apply to " (KOKOK Ross, or at Loekharfs slore. 10-2-rf. , Olt RENT. llaoa Hall, for balls, parlies. L entertainments, lectures, etc. For terne apply to Will O liurton. Agent and Manager. niSSOLlTIOX HOTICK ! ! ! Notice Is hereby given that tho partnership heretofore existing between F. W. Potter, Al bert C. Rupe and Frank W. Castle, under thu naino and stylo of F. W. Potter & Co., doing busiiicss in New Mexico, is this tho liltn day m November, 1SS, dissolved by limitation. F. W. POTl'tlt, A.C. RUPK, F. W. CAHTLK. Las Vegas, X. M., Nov. 15, 18S1. t'uutlon Xotlce. All peisoiM uro hereby uotillcd not to buy, purchase or contract for a note made and sign ed by mo fn favor of Samuel .letters, dated Oc tober itb, lWbl, and payable three months after dato for if :.'0O. As said note wus obtained by fraud muí without consideration, I refuse to pay any part thereof. 11-17 KATE KLATTENHOFF. All kinds of shoes at misses antl ladies over JAFFA BROS. XOTICK FOR PUBLIC ATI OX. ,M,I LuinOpuirii at STA Fí. N. OCTOHKR o, lot I. 1 Notice is hereby given that tho following numed settler has tiled notice of his intention to makellnal proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will bo made before Judge Pro bate Court. San Miguel co., at Las Vegas, N. M., on Novemlier , 1HS1 vis. : Pedro Mar tin, who mado Homestead Entry No. 309, for the Lots a and 4, Sec. 6. T. 18 N. it. 2ó E. Ho names tho following witnesses to provo his continuous residence upon, mid cultivation of, said land, viz.! Uerapio Martin, Ruperto Martin, Ascención Martinez and J. Carlos Martinez, all of Las Valles de San Augustin, San Miguel co., New Mexico. JOHN C. DAVIS, Rogistor. 10-15-5W Furniture. Lockhart & Co. keep a fine line of fur niture of all grades; very superior par lor sets, chairs, etc. 10-5-tf The candy factory is now open, and is turning out the finest candy ever shownin this city. Center street, East Las Vegas. . W, Cooper, - 28-tf Proprietor. Fremli Oyter Every day direct from Baltimore, wholesale and retail, at Philips & Mulli gans' on Centre street. Also fresh fish twieo each week. 9-16-Jm \n\n FLO VS, AGRICULTURA, IMtLEMJbJS 1 o, yc. CENTRE STRKI 'I'h i; filar r.outers.'