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GAZETTE.
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j AS YEGAS, X. M., TPIUTISÜA.Y S I 4PT liil MU -28, 1880.
NO. cfcí).
LAS
First National Bani
or 1,AS VIXiAS.
(Successor ti ItaynolU llroi tiers.)
Authorized capital, $500,000
Paid in capital, - $50,000
SurolusFund - $10,000
DOES A .iKNEUAL HANKINU V.V S 1 X EMS
dw-ll
Operative &
Mechanical.
Listening to the solicitation of many
citizens of Las Vegas, Dr. F.I I.
Deli raw will open an o Hi (
. for t lie practice of Dent
ist ry.
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Teeth Extracted, Plug
' ged $ Replanted.
1'HE DOCTOR'S SPECIALTY IS FINE
COM) WOUK. '
Mouths examined ami advice given free o
Charge.
'Artificial Sets of Teeth on
Celluloid.
OK KICK IIOUÜS FROM 8 A. M. , to ." 1'. M.
Good icIVronec Given. All Work Warranted.
OIUoo on North Side of Plaza. Open July
ülnt, 18S0.
-AND-
li 11 m
5..Ü?
Luí
c. xx. z'sjrrss, :i"
Wtuis daily via La Liendre, Cliapcvito, Galli
nas, Cabra, l.a Cinta, an Hilario and Fori
llnscoiti.
Passengers ami Expresa matter carried lmnv
poi ii t on tin most reasonable terwis
floo-lyl
'Msh-ibliwliiiKiiit,
Located on tlic street in rear os National
Hotel. No. 17, where lie is prepared to
do all kinds of work in liisline promptly
and in a workmanlike manner at reason
able prices.
3-UV3L.3NT 1ST. XaTJ033X?.r3,
Manufacturer of
MEXICAN JEWELRY
LAS VEGAS,
N.M.
In Homero üiiildin', East Side of tin) 'laza.
BICHABD JDTTXTJT,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
OAS VFXiAS AND VINTTA
Frank J . "Yrebloi
A
n m
NEER
Ü 1 1
lias constantly on hand Horse;;, .Mulos,
Harness Etc., and also buys and Kills on
Commission. Sale of goods made at any
time. Will be 'found on North-Las
corner of Plaza, or word may be loft at
this office.
MAIL ID EI LII
ill
IM'NNIVi; DA I FY FI.'OM KOÜI' IIASCO.M TO
l our ei.i.iott.
Passengers anil Express ninfier leaving l.at
Vegas on Tuesday morning -will lie forward."'
m weekly backboard through to any point in
(.lie I'm Handle of Texas. Charlea rensonabh ,
C. 1J. AUSTIN. Proiirieb.r.
OTERO & JEAGER,
Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Corn, Hay and Forage.
O-TT .AD 31 A. CT .A. IR, ,
Mitrolu, County, Mexico.
BIBLES! BIBLES! BICLEG !
Of evcrv kind ami style, tit Uev. 1). W. Cnl
fee's. English and Spanish, or In any other
laiiftnane, for sale cheap or given away.
M. M ATTIIIKSOX,
District Siiperintendeiit II. I. S. lov New
Mexico ami Arizona.
OTERO Y JEAGER,
Trancante en
Abarrota, Provisiones,-
Zacate, etc., nor Fleteros.
: 0-TJA.1DA.il A. J" A.EA,
Coiitlndo dc Lincoln, Kcw Mexico.
TA LOR NG
jTELEGKAPHIC
Ti:c EEi'l tuns Jioiv Show Platsi
vtl 52as a Plurality
but no Majority.
T3:c (irecra backers of Maine
H.cuve tEie Fusion :m
f-cli'tf Electors.
Tfi Eltyori of Use Condition of
tE&e Elostou Wool Mar
ket K:itoui;x&iiig.
A 5cfaca5:;i;s Bank President
Arres! ed at OiuíiIi,
líe bras ka.
Omaha, Noli., Sep. 22. A decided
sensation wns created in Omaha to
day by the arrest of Silas M. Wnite,
the itbsconiliiio' president of the First
National Dank of I5rat leborro, Ver
mont, whose defalcation, amounts to
8150,000. Ho way arrested in the
house of his brother-in-law, Truman
Buck, a well known and respected
citizen. The arrest was made by II
II. Lewcllinanyy. I,. Sbields, spe
cial agents of t hedeTmrtmcnt of ins-
lice, assisted by Chas. Sweczy, of
Omaha. Atibe lime of tho arrest,
-Mr. Buck and bis family were away
rom home attending' the State fair
The house was surrounded and "Waite
ran into the cellar and tried to escape
through the back door when he was
caught. He threatened suicide and
precaution was taken to prevent auv
such a result; he was then taken to
jail to await further action. It is
said l hat. durino- the last three mouths
hé has made visits to the city, always
stopping- at his brothcr-in law's house.
When 1-e tied from Brottleborro, in
Juno lu.M, it was quito generally
supposed that be had gone to Europe,
but in time it was discovered that he
was in ibis country, when the govern
ment took hold of tin: case, as he had
coiiunitied an offense against thegov
eruni' nt in his various transactions.
!Ie went viaDiihilh to Wiuncpeg coun
ty, thence to Wyoming, where he iu
teuocd to stok a cattle ranch, and
had already began to carry out his
projects. It is nispeelod that durin"
the past eight or nine years he has
quietly invested money in Nebraska
or else v.-here, having sent money jere
qu:e frequently. His transactions at
Brat t lebor ro consisted principally in
forged paper embracing Verniille &
Co., New Yorl;, for $75,000; Taunton
L'.conmlive works, $12,000; Couucc
licut iuvor railroad, $50,000. The
priiigiield ami Boston banks were
heavy losers by this fprged paper.
The directors of the Brattleborro
bank o ill-red live thousand dollars re
wan!. '! he ollici rs who arrested iiim
claim t hat quite a large imount of
money was telegraphed to him here
from New V'ork, a few days ago by
his son. and thai if. is now here and.
can be reco c re.1.
New Vork, Sept. 22. -The weekly
tab " to l.e published to-morrow will
make h') folio wing showing in regard
to the clearing of the House of Ex
changes: Cm- the week compared
wiihihesamola.it year New York
gained 17-2, per cent.; Boston, 14-3;
Philadelphia, 1 u 2; Chicago, 16-5; Cin
i innali, 25-7; St. Louis, 26-G; Lotiis
válle, r.l-P; New Orleans, G7-3; Pitts
burg, 11-2; Providence, 10-8; Indiana
polis, .18-2; Kansas City, 37-6; Cleve
land, 11-0; New Haven, 37-5; Lowell,
2G; Syracuse, -10-1. On other hand
Baltimore lost 5-2; Milwaukee, 8; San
Francisco, 2!). New York liad a week
of comparal ive inaction in stocks;
Boston gave up a day to the celebra
tion and San Francisco welcomed the
President with a holiday, in spite of
this disturbances exchanges are ncycr
Ihelcss'liltlc larger both outside- of
New York .and in the agsregate thau
those of i lie preceding week the pro
portion of increase in comparison
with last year is decidedly smaller
but this is because the third week of
September '79 was one of remarkably
large transactions. There is nothing
in reports as yet to indicate that busi
ness has been checked either by the
apprehension of a tnonitary disturb
ance on political uncertainties and the
activity in buying and selling at near
ly all other cities is corresponding
well wilh the great pressure of busi
ness which is invisible on the streets
and docks of New York. That there
is to be any set back does not appear.
Sau Francisco, Sept. 22, A Sacra
mento dispatch says ; The .President
gave a formal reception here to-day
A military procession escorted the
party to the Capital where they were
received by Gov. Perkins and a vast
concourse of people.' Speeches were
made by Perkins, Hayes, Sher.iiai',
and Ramsey. During tho reception
thousands of people crowded the Sen
ate chamber to shake hands with tho
President. Tho reception lasted two
hours. The party went to the Agricul
tural Park where 15,000 were assem
bled. President Hayes and General
Sherman were loudly cheered by the
crowd. The President responded to
a ppeech of welcome by Mr. Larne in
behalf of the State Agricultural So
ciety, and was followed by Sherman,
Ramsey and Gov. Perkins. The
crowd then called out Gov. Stanford,
who made a brief address.
Portland, Me., Sept. 22. Finding
errors in telegrap.c returns to net
amount of olo per cent., the copies of
official returns have been carefully
footed and compared with the foot
ings received from Augusta. An
error is found of 100 in footing up
Penobscot county. The seven lacking
towns are added and the final result
is: Davis 73,640; Plaisted 73,814;
Plaisted's plurality 17-1. Scattering
votes were not on the sheets received
here, hut the Augusta footing, -175, is
probably correct. This result must
be very near, although some of the
towns are not official. The Democrat
State Committee, although their tablea
are not complete, agree that they will
come out vcrv neav. The oilicial can
vass of the vote is not made until the
legislature meets in January and only
that body takes cognizance of erros in
the returns. The plurality amend
ment is. carried by a large majority.
SauFrancisco, Cal., September 22.
A Benicia dispatch says that a steam
er with the president and party and
several officers and ladies f.um Mare
Island arrived at tho trscna! here at
1:30 this afternoon. A largo and en
thusiastic assemblage of people from
Benicia valley were present and the
ferry Uoafflirought numerous delega
tions -from Mástiles. The president
and party' were met at tho wharf by
Col. McCa lister and officers from the
arsenal aud.barracks, and were con
veyed to Uie residence of the com
manding officer, after which carriages
were brought into requisition to
drive the party around the arsenal and
barracks. The president expressed
biiT'self highly pleased with the situ
ation and condition of both stations.
On the arrival and departure of the
party, a salute of twenty-one guns
were fired. At 1 o'clock a special
tram took the party to Sacramento.
Portland, Me., Sent. 22. -At the ad
journment of the Congress Hall con-
-vention yesterday afternoon the
slraight Grecnbaekoa met at the
City Hall Solon Chase presiding. A
straight tichet was nominated as fol
lows: For electors, Selon Chase, J. F
Turner. C. R-. AVhiddeu, J. F. Hilton,
Thos. (J. Burden, G. W. Wooster, E.
D. Frye, after which they ndopted
the followingjresolution : "For the en
lightenment oí' our Greenback breth
ren in other States : Wo '.he straight.
Greenhackers of Maine, in convention
assembled, deel are that there is a
Greenback party in Maine pledged
to the interest of tho whole poopfe.
Boston, September 22. Jacob I Iow
ard claiming to be from Chicago was
arrested this altcrnoon, charged with
conspiring with others named, Shel
don and Jordan, to defraud a Boston
broker out of $5,000 by pretending to
sell him a patent for a gasoline stove.
The checks had been given them by a
broker in furtherance of the negotia
tion. One for $3,400 was cashed at á
bank for Howard's associate who in
stantly escaped arrest.
Boston, September 22. Wool has
increased in demand. Holders are
more confident and the market is
firmer at present. Prices will prob
ably be sustained and an adyancc
later in the season is likely to be
bad. Fino fleeces were held very
firm and manufacturers are running
on this grade. Holders will not sell
except at their own prices.
,San Francisco, ;Cal., Sep. 22. An
Empire City dispatch wiys the steam
er Giissie Tellair in leaving here this
forenoon si ruck on a rocky point. She
had thirty passengers on board with
n cargo of coal and wood. No lives
were lost and the cargo will bo mostly
saved.
"Washington, D. C. Sept. 22. The
first order for silver cirtificatcs based
on gold deposit in New York was
received by the United States Treas
urer to-day. It was for $25,000.
London, Sept. 22. - Donald, Carrie &
Co., have been informed by a tele
grain from Capo Town, that two of
their steamers arc there under imme
diate orders to convey six thousand
volunteers to Palace Pole in euppres
sion of the Bosuto rebellion.
San Francisco, Sept. 22, Dennis
Kearney this afternoon sent a dis
patch to Solon Chase and other
straight Greenbacker, electors of
Maine, urging a straight fight and no'
fusion with the Democrats.
Buenos Ayrca, Sept. '22. The new
elections for the provincial chambers
recently closed by the.Naiionul troops
resulted in the return of a majority of
"deputies in favor of the National gov
ernment. Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. 22.--The
Democrats of the Second district
nominated J. C. Gregory, of Madison
for congress.
London, Sept. 22. A Ferry steamer
was capsized at Bordeaux and six
persons were drowned.
Cleveland, O., Sept. 22.-Clevclands
8; BtifTalos 0.
Mills & Ifadley took possession of
their new office iu East Las Vegas
yesterday. It will be fitted up in
about as complete a manner as any
office in the ci.y. Tho linn will con
tinua their office in the old f :wn in
Dolds block.
Nativo Vegetables.
Ililty Bros., have made arrange
ments with Messrs. Webber & Milier,
of Alora county, to furnish them from
now on, with ail kinds of nativo veg
etables; such as cabage, peas, beans,
carrots, turnips and aP other kinds of
garden products common to this
country. Native vegetables are much
fresher, sweeter, and in the loag run
cheaper thau those shipped here, so it
will pay to patronize Ililty Bros. tf.
I would respectfully call the atten
tion of all persons going to and from
the Wlii'e Oak mines, and th" pub
lic in general to the fact that I have
removed our store from Tecolote to
Autor Chico, where I keep a com
plete assortment of general merchan
dise; and make a specialty of miners
supplies, provisions cel. ' Anton Chi
co is on the direct route to the mines
and I sell goods at the lowest rales.
David Wintkkmtz,
Anton Chico, N. M
We are prepared to furnish all
kinds of building materials for con
tractors. LocicirAKT & (Jo.
21-tf.
lío til M. Ih'iso. on i he. raitli rMi
of the plaza for lino wines, liquors and
ars. 2ó:tl
Go to Jud'.i's Barber Show and "ft
scraped, Exchange Hotel. th
For Rout.
The cilice formerly occupied by
Mills & Hadley in the Exchange Ho
tel biiildinu'. Apply at
IlKLI, &'CAi;TAN.---!)-tf.
Stacktr.k!r.n.
In order to reducá stock as much
as possible, I will sell for (he next two
week3, dress goods, gingham .cheviots
and all summer goods, such as sun
downs, gloves, etc., cic. at cost.
34-tf. " O. E. WK;-:cn:.
Pickets for salo at Lockhart & Co's
planing mill. 2i)-lf.
Cottages to Rent.
Two new cottages to rem at ihe
Hot Springs. Apply to the New
York Clothing Siore.' East. Las Ve
gas. .Ul-tU
I'i'!3 Caoic.
J. W. Hanson &Co., hereby inform
the public, that they are now prepar
ed lo do ail kind-i of work in their
line. Fine work a ,pcoi.diy. Shop
on northwest comer of plaza. 10-!m
Indian Pottery.
The largest stock, in the United
Stales, of Indian polteiy, both anci
ent and modern, ai M. A. Gobi's In
dian department, Sania Fe, N. .M.-H-tf
The Occidental
PC! HiSM
Finest in the City of Las Vegas,
c:- .. - . . -r -', ' '. -,--w'-
THE MONARCH
First-class bar where gentlemen will
find the finest liquors, wines and ci
gars in the Territory; also iu connec
tion is a lunch counter. Drop in and
sec us.
Open Day and Nit:'ii.
LOCKE & LOCKWOOl),
Proprietors,
WANTED.
WANTKD.--A good blacksmith to ilo gen
eral work. Apuly to Chas, lllauchant,
T.as Vegas, or address John I'endaries. Hincón,
X. M. 4S-2w
FOR SALE.
Iy VKXI)KIt.---Una casa situada en o
camino du los Ojos, cerca de, la casa de
Dona Luisa l'lnard. Dos cuartos, sesenta pies
al fronte de la calle, y ciento cincuenta para cll
lado de atrás. Se vende por dinero al contado .
i-ura imormacion diríjanse a esta Glicina.
IOU SALIO .A house situated on the I lo l
1 Sii.nnirs road. Rear tliehounn of I.onlsf, Pin
ard. Two rooms, sixty feet front on to road
and one hundred and lift y hack. To he sold
cheap lor money. Kor information impure at
una ónice. 'll-'i'i t.
sALI-;..-00hendor cattle. For further
J lnloiiiuuioi: apply to Jalla Jiros. Las Ve
ías and A. Nelson & Co , Anton Chico, X. M.
OIÍ SALK--A good sixteen horse pewer
AJ steam engine, all in running order and
i'ñ'o enough to run a Hour mill. Any person
dewing to sec it running can do eo auy day at
terms t
lumuiifi muí ui .uas vegas, iippiy lor
JOHN B. WOOTEN.
SU'J-tf
TlOIt KENT.--A fino largo store, room on the
ldaza. exrellentlv sltudcd lor business
tand at low figures. For particulars apply at
nía ónice. ti
r 1MK KOU SALE. ISy Moore & Hull, at the
' inn springs. Leave orilers atllerhert A
Co'sdrug store, on the plaza.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Notice to Contractors,
Sealed bids wll 1 he received at the Supcrlu
tciuIentSDiUce, up to So'clockp. m-, Thursday,
the lililí inst., in Santa Fe, for the construction
of n hotel . Plans and specifications can he seen
at t lit! superintendent's oilice In Santa Fe, or at
the ofiice of Chas. Wheelock, architect, at Las
Vegas. The right is reserved to reject any or
all hids. All bids will ho addressed to Henry
lieeil, superintendent of construction, care of
'.. St;r.h & Co. , Santa Fe. ISy order of the
c (liimittee, September Uth, 1SSÓ.
liiijHivtiiiit Notice.
n r the benefit ol'our citizens who go east, the
ale copies ol this paper will he kept on lilelutlir
ticket olliee of (ho Chicago, lluilington Jt (Jjnlii
ey rai road, at 5J Clink street, Chicago, Hi.,
where they arc privileged to cull ami read it five.
Ed.
IJ OT SPRINGS HACK LINE. -J. I). AVolf is
! S now running a hack line between thcllvt
Springs and town. Hacks will leave the Hot
Springs for town at 7 a. m., and 1 p. m. Will
leave town lor the Hot springs at 10 a. m., and
2 p. m Leave orders at any of tho hotels.
Will you pay two prices to irresponsible ped
iera tor sewing machines, when for one half
tin- money you can buy any first class machine
made, and warrented from throe to tlvo years,
among which are tho Singer, the White, Do
mestic, New 'American, etc. For price applv
to A T. Harrison, at Hammond'-s Hardware
House, Trinidad, Colorado. ll-3m.
Wot ice.
'!"e railroad company will not he responsible
for li'ijis killed or injinod when allowed to run
at' large in the depot yards. Any parties having
hogs running at large will idease take, notice
and govern themselves accordingly,
tf. C. I'. Hovky Ag't.
Administrator's ttitlice.
Notice is hereby given that the Hon. Probate
Court in and tor the county o I San Miguel, and
Territory of New Mexico, has appointed the un
dersigned admini.-.tnitór of the estate of Frank
CUapm-in, deceased. All persons indebted to
salt e.;tate will make immediate settlement;
ari l all persons having claims against said es
ta!',' will present them within twelve moiitiis..
M. lilíUNS W ICK,
Administrator.
Feb. 7th, Isso.
i-;.--iy
Las Vegas, X . M .
171 ANDIiKWS,
a s6! Tar ma a. at 9
SANIA FE, - - - NEW MEXICO
Prices for Assaying Gold, $2.50
Silver, $1.50; Lead, .ijfl.50 ; Copper'
$3.00. Samples b mail will receive
prompt attention.
MRS. R. J. HAMILTON
lias opened her
DRESS -MAK1N SHOP
nt tlie house directly opposite the depo
East Las Vegas, N., hi. and as she is an ol
resident of Vegas, slie Is ready once moiet
CUT, FIT' AND .MAKE OltKSSHS lor her ol
Iriends and new ones. Satislai'llon guaranteed
or no e.hnive.s.
ANDRES SENA,
GENERAL MERCHANT,
LOS ALAMOS, Jf. M.
:o:
Also Dealer in
CATTLE, SI IK LP,
WOOL, HIDLS,
IÍ AIM AND ALL
Kinds of PRODUCIA
FREIGHTING.
Freight teams always ready and freighting
done to all parts of tho Territory.
FEED&SALE STABLE
-AT T?1I-
LAS VliGAS
f,IOT SPI11NGS.
J. D, WOLF, Proprietor.
The. best accoinmodatlons atlorded
and care taken of the teams of travel
crs.
W. G. Ward.
Contractor and. Builder,
LAS VEGAS. X. M. '
ali'hed n. saji:u,
ATTOENE A .r H, A"W
Dold'3 Buildhi".
LAS VEGAS. - - y. m,
33 x. wry Saloon
ALBERT & HERBER, Proprietors.
Opposite Jaffa Uros., Hast Side.
Fresh lieer always on Draught. Al
so Fino Cigars and Whiskey.
Lunch Counter in Can
nection. . . MnrtsoH,
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
L Vkuas, New Mexico.
HOWISON & FABIAN,
General Comm'n. Merchants
AN'i) SALESMEN FOR
E3A.STE3ST I-ITJ SE3
Oll'.ce East side it. It. Ave., opposite Ilrowne ft
Manzanares.
f. Steels,
.TTISTICri O If THK I'E VOK for Preciaet .No.
2!), East Lu Vegas.
Ileal Estate, Collectinir Agent anl Convcv
ancer. Heedci, Mortgagee anil Justice? ' Uliinks fr
sale.
Olllcs en ihe. hill between the old and new
towns.
EC OIEie BBOS,,
Healers in
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES,
Produce a Siif cialty. Orders tilled on short no
tice. Proprietors ol the
Delmonico Restaurant.
East Las Vcsas, N. M. 1
Joint C9 Csirris,
THE tlOSH
Hoot aV Shoemaker
Opjiosite Jaft'a llros .. guarantees satisfaction
and a perfect lit or no pay.
W. H. WHITELAW
Attorney at Law,
Will attend to all legal Imsi-iess iironiplly,
Center Street, East Las Ve-.rar, Kew Mexico.
179-d.
JNO. F. BOS'TVICK.
P. O, LY DON
BOSTWICK & LYDON
Oilice at Exchange lloiel ISuil -Üiiif.
Lab Vegas. X. M.
tml$z Fe Mattery
Centre St., East T.a- Vegas.
FiVcrylhing in the bakers li?u! constantly
on hand
lin?EllTV & AXG ÍOLTi, J'rop-rs.
JOHN OA M PBKi.L
CIVI E2NTG-3:iCrJS133R
AND
DEPUTY V. S. MINEIiAL
f'ti "but i" -rsLT ;k o a k y k
Las Vega', - - Xcw Mexico
J. M. FURL.ONC,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
(iallery in the Rear of Ihe Exchange
Hotel, West Las Vegas.
T. J FLEEft
MERCHANT TAILOR
ALL KINDS OF
' ID OUT IE TO O SIT IE IR,.
Shop in Dolds' Pdoch, Xort Invest
Corner of the Pla.a.
7'. i xt.'o :ii vks.
A it or n e y ti t f si w
!.'.t:t;EI(ií'E, .... NK'.V MKX'ld)
M: SALAZAR.
ATOiixi:y.,i r-LA n;
Las Vegas
"Nkw Mexico
K. J. PETTIJOP.fi, M. D..
PHYSICIAN aná SURGEON,
Hot Springs and Las Vega?.
Chronic Diseases and Diseases of Females a
Specialty.
IIOTSt'lllNUS - . - s tli A.M.
LAS VEÜASn.Conlral Drng Siore, 2 to Ü V. M.
DocTon
E. H- S
OI'EICE HOI-US at L S VEGAS,
in o'clock A. M. till 10 o'clock P. M., and
AT HOT SPUIXGS,
From 7 o'clock, A. M. till D o'ilock, P.M.
All orders lelt at JIi-il crt'sStorQ
celvo prompt atteutloii

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