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AZETTE o LAS VEGAS, N. M. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1880. YOL. 2 NX). 42, LAS ON THE RAIL COMING- AND SOON TO AltlUVE FOR THE BSTM Clothing House. LATEST STYLES Dress Suits, Busi ness Suits, Ulster and Overcoats for Men and Boys. m Ex tra Pains has been taken to obtain the very best brandáf of Gents' warm Under wear. AS SPECIALTIES we mention French Cassimeres, Scotch Wool Knit, Medi cated Flannel, and several other Cele brated Brands, also several New Styles of the World Re nowned STETSON HAT, in all colors. Other New Goods, such as Fine Socks, Neck Wear, and Ev erything pertaining to a First - Class Clothing House will be on hand in sea son. Wait until their Goods arrive, ou will not regret U. LEVY,COHN&CO. MAIL ANDJX. LINE KINNING DAILY FROM FOUL' 15ASC0M TO FORT ELLIOTT. Passengers ami Express matter leaving Las Vegas on TiiüRilny morning will bu forwarded on weekly buckhoard through to any point in the ran llamllo oí lexas. charges reasonable (J. II. AUSTIN. Proprietor OTERO & JEAGER, Dealers in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Corn, Hay anil Forage. G-U-A-ID-A.Xj.A-J'-A-íÍA., I.liiroln, Comity, Nciv Mexico, OTERO Y JEAGER, Trallcnntea en Abarrotes, Provisiones, Zacate, ele, por Fleteros. CoimIimIo lc Lincoln, Now Mexico, BIBLES! BIBLES! BIBLES! Of every kind ami style, at Itev. 1). AV. Cal len-, j-.iigiisii and paulan, or in any other language, lor snie cneap or given away. ' M. MATTIIIKSOX, District Superintendent It. 15. S. lor New Mexico and Arizona. JXT-A-lNr UST. IjTTCEnO, Manufacturer of MEXICAN JEWELRY LAS VEGAS, - - - N.M In Homero Building, Knot Side of tho Plana. NOTÁKY PUBLIC, L.AS VEGAS AND VJNITA Notice. Tlio railroad company will not lie responsible for hogs killed or lnjurod when allowed to run at largo in the depot yard. Any purlieu having nogs running at largo win please take notice mm guyt'i u uiuiiiai'ivuH uccui mugí y . tf. u. t; HovitY Ag't A)iiWiiltriUor'N Notice. Notice I hereby given that the Hon. Probate Court In and for the county ol Han Miguel, and Territory of New Mexico, has appointed the un dersigned administrator of the estáte of Frank Chapman, deccaxed. All persons indebted to said enlate will make imtnediato settlemnnt and all persona having claims against said Of taiu win present inein wiiuin twelve ni'mtliH M. BRUNSWICK, lCS-ly Administrator. Las Vegas, N. M.t Feb. "th, lsso. TELEGRAPHIC. "For Unto Us a Son (no a Daughter) is Born Unto Us a Child is Given." A Hanging Scrape in Kentucky in which Negroes are the Victims. The Probabilities in Favor of the Kenublicans in A Ute and a Navajo Fight a Dn- cl About a Sq4$fr f the Former Tribe. Nashville, Tenu., September 15.---A letter from the adjoining county of Robinson says that seven jwgroes were ai tested as implicated" in the murder of one Leo Labrado. One of the negroes was taken to Saddlerville on Sunday, and it is reported that he coufcsscdigilt;au4 named the 'ac complices. 1 ' " " 1 ' A Springfield special to the Ameri can says that at 12 o'clock Tuesday flight a mob of one hundred armed men came into, the town and began to batter iu the doors of the jaif 'C&ntain- ing two of the negroes charged vtilh the murder. Did Moses Lahraclo and four suspected negroes werO in the hands of the mob and two others were in the jail, also a negro, named Joe Ramsey, who mufdered a Miss Holt. a A special tdtlíiá-tnerican this morning from Guthrie, Kentucky, .of September 15,-2:30 a. m., says : Jim Siggins, one of the Labrado murder ers was captured at Padauch a few days ago and brought to Saddlerville for trial. He made a full Confession yesterday. There were seven negros implicated in the murder. The trial not being nmshcd parties were put on guard at Saddlerville last night. This morning at one o'clock a masked parly of fifty men was seen a half mile from Saddlerville armed with shot guns and holding a con sultation. Twenty men were seen passing here at 12 o'clock going to Saddlerville. No doubt they will lynch the seven negroes before morn ing. Springfield, Ky., September 15, 3 a. in. Arch Jamison and Jack Bell were taken by the mob and will be hanged. Ramsay was left dead on the jail floor filled with bullets. The mob left quietly. The mob broke open several blacksmith shops and got tools. They broke down the doors of the jail and went iuto the cells and took out two negroes and left town with them securely tied and riding in front of the mob. Every thing was quiet. The citizens went to the jail after the mob had left and found Ramsey lying on the floor rid dled with bullets. None of the mob are known. They went west ou the Clarkville road. Some citizens asked where they would find the prisons The mob remarked that the buzzards would find them. It is said that all the negroes will be hanged together. Chicago, 111 , September 15.---The analysis of the figures received from Maine this forenoon shows prettycou clusively that Davis will be elected. provided he can gain 90 votes over last year, from the two hundred towns to bo heard lrom. This conclu siou is arrived t and in this way: Davis has gained in three hundred and forty-eight towns 402 votes over the returns of '78. This leaves him only 90 votos to gain iu order to tia with Plaisted. It seems certain that Davis will mako a much larger gain than 90 votes, because the latter re turns have given him a very consider able advantage. Now if he beats Plaislcd by one vote he will be elect ed, providing the constitutional ameudment, which is being voted for is carried and construed at retroact ivc. The amendment provides for an election of governor by a plurality vote, but if tho amendment fails, or is construed as retractive in its effect, then Plaisted will fall far short of a majority over all and the question of the selection of governor will berefcr red to tho Legislature, which being largely Republican will select Davis It looks now as though Davis could hardly fail of winuing. . The journals of Boston no longer have any doubt of the Republicans having a majority iu both branches of tho Legislature. This gives them a United States sen ator. The Fusionists now, also, give up their claims in the First and Third districts and are beginning to weak en on the governorship. The latest returns strongly point to Davis' elec tion and the Republicans are bettiDg on it. Portland, Me., September 15. There are still one hundred and eighty towns to hear from, most of them aro small and remote places. Tho aggregate vote of the State last year was 139, 270. This has increased a little over five per cent, so far as received, and if the returns from theso towns increase in tho same ratio the aggregate will bo exactly 146,800, of which the Re publicans should has about 73,000, and the Fusionists about 73,000 with scat tering votes of about 500. Some of the more remote Fusion districts have brought in a Republican gain. The Fusionists will probably have a tri. fling plurality which will elect Plais ted, if the amendmentis adopted. If it is not adopted, or if it is found unconstitutional on account of be ing defective, which question has been suggested, tho election will go into the legislature. Tho figures are so close that only' the official count can determine, unless decisive gaiues arc made on one fide or the other in the remaining towns. "Worcester, Sept. 15. The platform adopted by the Republican conven- Ttioqr deciar.es both parties aro to be judged by their. actsnd that the Re publican party courts comparison in its measures with those attempted or accomplished by tho 1 Democratic party desires peace and expresses willingness to concede anything save principle to accomplish harmony and Reeling between all sections, also it hopes that political r'ghts will be maintained all through the South atno distant, day, but that cannot be, how ever, while tho negro is intimidated or defrauded of the right of suffrage and counted out, and, that Massachu setts will speak on indignant protest against such outrages and invoke the country to do the same, and to urge the government to assist its pro tective power and insure peaceful elections. Chicago, 111., September 15. Tho Time's Portland special says the re turns from remoto towns, of which there aro a great many, come in very slowly and it will be impossible to swe an accurate statement of Plaistcd's plurality for several days Indeed it js barely possible that he has no plurality and that the Legislat ure, which is still Republican, will have the election io itself as was the case last year. The Republicans made a strong fight in Malawaka county and are placing a good deal of confidence in the returns from a num ber of little towns and the regions which gave a heavy Greenback vote last year. Santa Fe, Sept. 15. The Now Mexican publishes an acccout of a singular duel between a Uto Indian named Thickquo, of Los Pinos agency and a Renegado Navojo. The duel was fougut about a Ute girl whom both wished to marry. The fight took place on the La Piatt a river last Thursday. Weapons, knives. Sev eral friends of each of the Indians were present. The Ute Avas killed and the Navojo was severely injured. Berlin, September 15. Prince Bis marck has been definitely appointed Prussian Minister of trade and com merce. Ilerr Von Boctichcr, su preme president of the. province of Schleswing Ilolsteiu, has been appoin ted secretary of the home department. The oourt of appeals has rejected the request of Ctmut Henry Von Arnim for the suspension of a sentence of imprisonment during his appearance before tho supremo court on tho charge of treaseu. New York, Sept. 15 --The Coney Is land handicap races for the two year olds, was won by Dipple, Sir' Ilugho 2d, 1:47. Freo handicap sweep stakes, one mile, was won by Dan Sporting; Ueamar 2d. 1:45 1-4. Mile race, gen tlemen riders, won by Ilarlequen, Oddfellow 2d, time 1:52. Two mile I cats, all ages, Ferida won, Elias Lawrncc 2d, time 3:39 1-2, 3:42 1-2. Steeple chase, short course, Bclfield won, Sallie Lua 2d, time 4;39. Boston, Sept. 15. Wool very quiet and transactions limited to immediate wants of manufacturers. Stocks are accumulating quite rapidly but there is very little pressure to force salci. California sells slowly at 26 to 27 cent for spring. Portland, Me., Sept. 15. Tho cons gressional delegation stands as fol lows: Reed, Reph-blicau, re-elected iu the 1st district by .109 majority. Frye, Republican, re-elected in the 2nd dis trice by 1,800 majority. Lindsay, Re publican, elected in the 3rd district bv 141 majority. Ladd, Fusionist, re elected iu the 4th district by a reduced majority. Murch, Fusionist, re-elect ed in the 5th district by 1,000 to 1,500 majority. ; ; San Francisco, ,: Sept. ' 15. The state mineral agent" has made an an alysis of Tricklcr's alleged gold bear ing spring Hear Calsestag, and finds not the slightest trace of gold in it. It has been ascertained that Trickier obtained his results by what may be termed salting the water with chlor ide of gold and then precipitating the gold on to sheet lead. The fraud is effectually exposed. San Francisco, Sept. 15.---A dis patch from Eureka, Nevada, says that the District Court has decided the case of the Pickard Mining Company against the Albion Company in favor of the latter. The decision sustains the one ledge theory decided by the U. S. Circuit Court in the Eureka Consolidated vs. Richmond case. Rogasa, September 15. As tho French iron clads ranged themselves alongside of the English ironclads their band struck up "Cod save the Queen" and the English replied with "Marseillaise." The" arrival of the French ships caused universal satis faction London, September 15. The Al banian League, at Sentori, has decid ed to dispatch additional forces to Tnsi to threaten the invasion of the Montenegrocs from that side. They were leaving Scutan Monday and the Turkish Government made no effort to prevent them. '" San Francisco, Cal., September 15. Thero is but little hope of saving any thing from tlio wreck of the ship Erin Star, it is now stated that the fog whistle at Point Ruis was not blow ing at the time though the log was quite thick, and to this failure the loss of the ship is attributed. Bradford, Pcnn., Sept. 15. The veleraus of the Mexican war cele bratcd tho anniversary yesterday by a banquet, at which General Sherman was present. A committee was ap pointed to draft a memorial to con gress in relation to obtaining pensions for Mexican veterans. San Francisco, Cal., September 15.- C. W. Werish, editor of the Weekly Argus, was puinmeléd on the streets by J. C. Flood, Jr., yesterday, for an article published in his paper relative to the rupture of the engagement be tween Miss Jennie Flood and Jessie Grant. New York, Sept. 15. Livingston, the Brooklyn fasting stock, is now in the eighth dav of his fast. His face is sallow, oyes sunken and he is ex cccdiugly nervous. He took a walk this morning under charge of his watchers. . Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 15. The Republican nominee for congres?, first disirict, is II. II. Burgham ; sec oud district, Chas. O'Neil ; third dis trict, Benj. L. Berry ; fourth district, Wra.D Kelly; fifth district, A. C. Ilannci!. Buffalo, Sept. 15. Rev. E. H. Adams, of Dunkirk, was deposed from the ministry of tho Presbyterian church by the Presbytery of Buffalo for hcrsay in preaching against (he doctrino of eternal punishmcut. Madrid, September 15. The Prin cess has been baptized and named Maria Mercedes Isabella. Queen Isabella was sponsor. Functionaries and ambassadors were present. The Archbishop of Laldeo officiated. Berthier, U'lt., Sept. 15. Mrs. Oli ver Jolly and her three childrod wore drowned by the upsottingwl a boat on tho St. Lawrence river. Two men and women were saved, by clinging to the boat. San Frauciaco, Sept. 15. Tho Presi dent spent yesterday inspecting tho fortification and troops at Fort Poiut and Presidio, devoting the evening to tho studio of the Orotic Artist. Florence, Sept. 15. Larkin G. Meade, sculptor, has just shipped to America, models for two remaining bronze groupes for the Lincoln monu ment at Springfield, III. Trenton, N. J., Sept. 15. Saml. A Dobbins was nominated for congress to-day by tho Greenbnckers of the second district. London, Sept. 15: To-day's wool sales went off with fuily sustained spirit and firmness, 8,000 bales chief ly Sydney, New Zealand and Amer ican. St Louis, Mo., September 15. The Republicans of the. Seventh congress ional district, decided yesterday not to put a candidate in the field for congress. Manchester, Sept. 15. Owing to the continued depression in the Irish laud trade, tho flax spinners will, af ter Oct. 4th, reducing, the working days to four per week. Manchester, N. II., September 15. The Republican congressional conven tion of tho second district renominat ed Jas. F. Briggs for congress to-day. Baltimore, September 15. The Re publican nominations for congress: Third district, Joshua Homer, Jr Fourth district, Enoch Pratt. Boston, September 13. An Augusta dispatch says : The few returns re ceived indicate a close and doubtful election in Maine. Troy, N. Y., Sept. 15. Walter O. Wood was nominated for congress by the Republicans of this district to day. Baltimore, Sept. 15. J. M. Shelcy was nominated for cougress by the Democrats of the sixth district to day. Dover, N. II.. Sent. 15. The Re publicans of the 3rd district re-nom-mated J. E. Hall for congress. Chicago, Setp, 15. At the base ball game to-day the Chicagos scored 5 and tho Cincinnati's 2. Lockhaven, Conn., Sept. 15. it snowed here yesterday. i A fresh car load of groceries, o t all kinds, just received at Hopper Bros. Theso gentlemen must have a large trade, as the sido walk in front of their store is piled up with fresh supplies every day or two. 2t WANTED. WANTED : A good reliable woman to cook and do general house work in a private family in the country. Good wages will be paldihiit nono need a unlv unless well recom mended, and no engagement will be made for less tnan aix months, alter one week's trial 'Oils will bo a good permanent home for n ner son givmif satisfaction. Address Richard Dunn, Klncun, a. M. FOR SALE. TAIi.VlXDEU.-Una. casa situada en e JL camino de los Ojos, cerca de la casa de Dona Luisa Pinard. Dos cuartos, sesenta pies ui iiuiiiu uu ia cune, y ciento cincuenta pura en lado de atrás. Se vende per dinero al contado. Para información diríjanse a esta oficina. 1710U SALIO. A house situated on the Ho ? Springs road, Bear the house of Louise Piu- ard. Two rooms, sixty feet front on the road and one liuncirea and fifty back. To be sold cheap for money. For information inquire at mis omce. 4L-!M t. I I M It FOB SALE. By Moore & Huff, at 1 i j Hot Springs. Leavé orders atllerbert Go's drus store, ou tho plaza. rpOH SALIC 100 head of cattle. For further U miormatlou apply toJaflaBros. Las V'C' as and A. Nelson & Co., Anton Chico, N. M. P Oli SALE A good sixteen horse power larro cuoueh to run a flour mill. Anv nerxnn Meant umrinu. an in running orucr nnii desiring to see it running can do so any day at my pmiimg muí ni .as vegas. Apply tor terms 1 JOHN II. WOOTEN. 23J-tf T710U liENT. A line lariro store room on the P Dlaza, excellently situated for business tand at low figures. For particulars apply at MISCELLANEOUS. Notice to Contractors, Sealed bids will be received at the Superin- lunuLiiio uiuue, up iu oo ciocitp. m-, inursuay, the Kith inst., in Santa Fe, for the construction of a hotel. Plans and sneclfinations can be seen at the Superintendent's ollice In Santa Fe, or at the office of Chas. Wheelock, architect, at Las Vegas. Tho right is reserved to reject any or all bids. All bids will be addressed to Henrv Heed, superintendent of construction, care of Z. stuab & Co., Santa Fe. By order of the committee, sepiemuer utn, latiO. Important Notice. For the benefltof our citizens who go east, the late copies of this paper will be kept on file in thr ucKei omce oi ine unicago, uurlington Uuln cy rai road, at 59 Clark street, Chicago, ill. whero they arc privileged to call and read itfree. Ed I OT SPRINGS IÍAPK Í.IKR ...T li wi IT now running a hack line between the Hot Springs and town. Hacks will leavo tho Hot springs lor town at 7 a. m., and 1 p. m. Will leave town lor me Hotfcpringa at 10 a. m., a nd l. iu. ui:iuiuuit hi any or me noicis (i-2-tf lack and Express Line Between Las Vegas and Mora. Hack will leave St. Nicholas Hotel on each Monday and Thursday, at 10 a. m. Single trip $4. Hound trip tickets, 5.00. All baggHge over 50 lbs., charged extra. Express carried through in six hours at reasonable rate. Con nections made with good conveyances for Wat rons, Taos and all points north. J. W. Cakter, Pro'r. Why? Will you pay two prices to Irresponsible ped iera for sewing machines, when for one half the money you can buy any first class machine made, and warranted from three to five years, among which are the Singer, the White, Do mestic. New American, etc. For price apply to A 1 . Harrison, at Hammond's Hardware House, Trinidad, Colorada. 11-Sm. MRS. R. J. HAMILTON bus opened her DRESS -MAKING SHOP at tho house directly opposlto ' the depo East Las Vega, N..M. unit as she is an ol resident of Vegas, she is ready once more I CUT, FIT AND MAKE D1Í ESSES for her ol friends and new ones. Satisfaction guaranteed or no charges. TP. G. Ward, Contractor and Builder. LAS VEGAS, N. M. ALFRED B- SAOF.R, ATTORNEY A'-l-' Ii-A-W Dold'sBuildiii. LAS VEGAS, - - N. Al. BH. WRYSA.LOON ALBERT & HERBER, Proprietors. Opposite Jaffa Bros., East Side. Fresh Beer always on Draught. Al so Fine Ligara and Whiskey. Lunch Counter in Cau nection, F. C. jUartsolf, CONTRACTOR L BUILDER Las Vegas, New Mexico. HOWISON A FABIAN, General Comm'n. Merchants AND SALESMEN FOU EASTEEU HIT SE3, Office East side K. It. Ave., opposite Orowat A Manzanares." W. Steele, JUSTICE OF THIS PEA OK for Prcoiiist Xa. 29, East Las Vegas. iieai estate, uoneoting Jjreur au uovav ancer. Deeds, Mortgages and Justices' Bluaks far sale. Office on the hill betwcea the eld and aw towns. HOPPEB BEOS,, Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries, CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES. Produce a Specialty. Orders filled oh saort aa tice. Proprietors of the Delmonico Restaurant. , East Las Vcsas, N. M. John C. CiMTis. THE. BOSS Boot 4V Shoemaker OF Opposite Jaffa-Bros., guarantees satlsfactlea and a perfect lit or no pay. W. H. WHITELAW. Attorney at Law, Will attend to all legal business promptly. Center Street, East Las Vejas, New Maxica. 179-d. JNO. F. BOS'TWICK. P. O, LY DON BOSTWICK & LYDON AttorüoyiB-a.t-XAa-xur. Office at Exchange Hotel I3uilIiiif . Las Vegas, N. M. Simla Fe Ualiery Centre St., East Lai Vegas. Everything in the bakers line constantly fin hand HUBERT Y & ANO ELL, l'rop'r.. JOHN CAMPBELL AND DEPUTY UTS. MINERAL beb -wr a: w nuz w n, Las Vca, - - New Mexio J. N. FURLOftSC, PHOTOGRAPHER, Gallery in the Rear of Iho Exchange Hotel, West Las Veas. T. J. FLEEMAW, MERCHANT TAILOR, ALL KINJJS OF Cutting &. flegmiriaig ZDOISTDH TO OEDEE. Shop in Dolds' Block, Northwent Corner of tho Plaza. J, FRANCO Oil A VES, Attorney at Law VLBUQUEUQUE. - NEW MEXICO M. SALAZA1I. ATOllXEY.AT.LA; Las Vegas New Mexico N. J. PETTIJOHN, M. D , PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Hot Springs and Las Vcyas. Chronic Diseases and Diseases or Females a Specialty. HOT SPRINGS - - - s toll A.M. LAS VICGASCentral Drug Store, 2 to (I P. M. DOOTOB. E. H. SKIP WITH, OFFICE HOURS ut LAS VKGAS, 10 o'clock A. M. tlU 10 o'clock I. JI., and AT HOT SriUNGS, From 7 o'clock, A. M. till 0 o'lock, P.M. All orders left at Herbert's Drug Store re ceive prompt attention.