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WEDNESDAY. OCTOIJEIl 6, 1880 Tha Sociable. A sociable wa hold last uijfht it the II. E. church Under the uiiipices of the Indies aid society. A large num ber, composed mostly of young pco pie, met at thf church aud enjoyed themselves by singing, playing uud chatting. At the proper time refresh ments were rve-1. All seemed to enjoy this part of the programme im mensely. The contribution of lh eveniug amounted to $26.45. This is very encouraging to those who ha'l the matter in charge, as it indicates a liberal spirit on iv part cf the peo ple. .These social, we understand are to be held every two weeks, and it is hoped the young folks will turn out and help make them all as great a success as this one wan. The following named persons registered at the Grand View Hotel "to-day: J. V Pritchard, Chcrryvale , Kansas; W. II. Iiellouny, Howard, Kansas ; R. B. Clark, Leadville ; Thos Ilarwood, Socorro; Mrs. Brinard, Kansas City; VS. E. Kelly. Cincin uati, Ohio. BAKDS OF llKGISTllATION AND Election. The following boards of registration and election hare been appointed by the commissioners for the different precincts of the vicinity: .lUIXJKS OF REGISTRATION. Precinct No. l.Fraucisco Sem, Julian Sandoval, Alvino Baca. No 2. Tranquilino lloren, Julian Gonzales, Esquínala Tenerio. No. 3. John Harrison, Jose Pablo Saudoval, Pascual Baca. No. 4. Ysidoro TrujilIo,Jesus Mou toya, Tomas Maes. No. ó. --Rosario (Jarcia, A. Sager, Victor Mares. No. 6. lautos Lopez, Jnan Andres Garcia, Albino Madrid. No. 7. --Victor Lusero, Francisco Crerpin, Joso Rafael Martinez. No. 8. Fiavis Silva, Antonio B. Vi jil, Joso de la Ceinion Varda. No. 9. Mariano Montoya, John O. Stine, Agapito Vijil. No. 10. Francisco Roblciio, Fran cisco Lusero, Antonio larcout. No. 11. Dionicio Martinez, Altana do Garcia, Manuel iloivul. No 12. Oricriuo Aragón, Jose En carnación R"ival. Cleofcs Garcia. No. 13, Andrew Lyon, llamón Mes ías, Felipe Sanchos. No. 14. Henry Gocke, Tomas Mon toya, Isaac Lucero. io. 15. Agu.-tiu vijil, Jose de la Cruz Vijil, Juan Jaramio. No. 16. Dolores Gallegos, Rafael Martin, Julian Sisneros. No. 17. Pablo Anaya, Lorenzo San chos, Antonio Lopez. No. 18 Michael Shittery, S. Fran kenthal, Felipe Lopz. No. 19.- Tomas Gallegos. Juan Es te van Sena, Masirntano Gutierres. No. 20. Francisco C. de Baca, Teo doro Martinez, Früz Eggert. No. 21. Lorenzo Labadie, Pedro Espinosa, Alejo Baca. No. 22. Rarnoñ Gallegos y Roival, Iginio Martinez, Cruz Romero. No. 23.--Juan Tomas de llerera, Jose Vigi1, Manuel Ortiz. No. 24. Tomas O. de Baca, Jose Leon Mar tiiK z, Agustín Quintana. No. 25.-iJoe Benedito Duran, Francisco Silva, Juan Luis Mesías. No. 26. Arthur Morrison, Francis co Romero y Moutoy;., Viseute Tru jillo. No. 27. Pedro Maxwell, Pablo Tru jillo, Teodoro Casado. No. 28. (Joo. W. Stone-road, Anto nio E'ici. as, Rafael Gonzales No. 29. Eii Ililty, Peter Praubloy, G. W. I'ritchard. J U DORS OK KLIOCIION. ' Precinct 1. G. W. Ilartman, Felipe Gueriu, Jose L. Rivera. 2. Relies Aragón, Manuel Apodaca, Juan Gallegos. 3. John II. Mink, Juan Apodaca, Julian Aragón. 4. Jose Manuel Valdez, Victor Ro mero, Join Atencio. 5. Alonzo Lovejoy, Ralacl Rael y Salazar, Jose S, Esquibel. 6. Juan Quintana, Benito Garcia, Carlos Martinez. 7. Jesus Ma Gallegos y Sanchez, Ví sente Lopez, Andres Sena. 8. Vísente Quiutana y Lujan, Geo. Herberth, Manuel Vare hi. 9. Manuel A. Pino, Domingo A. Baca, Jose Ma Martinez y Chavez. 10. Simon Garcia, F. Do Farvclli, Lorenzo Vnldez. 1L. Antonio Montoya, Joso Leon Beuabidcs, Francisco Esquibel. 12. Joso Ma Valencia, Gregorio Roival, Antonio Garcia. 13. Pedro IJenioEwgcnio Rudolph, Antonio Sanchez. 11. Fiodoclo Montoya, Oliver Smith and Manuel Romero. 13 Nilauor Martinez. Antonio Gar cia, Jose Ramiros. 16. Julian Padilla, JosC Gabriel Ba ca, Roman Murtiuez. 17. Juau Lavadle y Sisnero", Juan Pai, Juan Etcvan CAilejros. 18. Wm. Gellermauri, Daiderio Gal lego!, George Chavez. 19. Jose Ma Basa, Bonito Crerpin, Cnndelario Uelibarri. J0. Tilciano C. do Baca, Santiago Montoye, James Wallace, 21. James M. Giddings, Estlano Ortega, Celzo Baca. 22. Juan de Jesus Mertas, Antonio Garcia, Antonio Coca. 23. Roman Ortiz, Antonio Gallegos, Prudencio Lopez. 21. Loujino Aragón, Jose Martinez, Julian Garcia. 25. Juau Rafael Martinez, Luis Mar tinez, Jose liami res. 2(1. F. O. Kilberg, Mauucl Delgado, Dcuigno Romero. No. 27. M. Rudolph, Fernandez Se gura, Teleafor Jaramillo. 28. Robert Hamilton, Frank Berka, Manuel Gonzales. 29. L. P. Browne, A. C. Rupe, Jas. A. Lcckhart. j I Cathcüc Chapel in East Las Vegas. A petition signed by a great many of the East twn people and Railroad employees to' establish and build a chapel, in East La Vegas, has been favorably considered by the Parish Priest, of Las Vegas, and the applica tion made to the Archbishop for the permission, which undoubtedly will be granted. The chapel will be under the jurisdiction of the Parish Priest, Father Coudert, and services will be held therein according to circum stances. Letter Mst. Tht followiK Is llat of the letters remain ing 1b the poat flicc at Las Vegas for the week ending October Gth. All persons , culling for letters will please Bay ' 'advertised." A rellane, M M IJautista, A Kuoll 11 R 2 Belasques, M Onera, Wm Conley, K.lvina Gokcy, Chns (jutierres, Manuel Gardner, J P llecker, Wm Howurd, J M D Lai'ey, Vent Lopez, Florentina C I-onez, y'naclo Lusero, Katael Mauer, Henry Montoya, J M Mo rey, Jira (J i' Montblla, Gusta McLean, Mrs Luc Price, J Vf Reynolds. Mis C A 2 Homero, Francisco Uosch, Ilornhard Sunches, líito Snpnlver, Peter Sonib'jrjrer, Chas Smith, J E TaloUa, lionntna Tyuer, S C Thomas Henry Valdéz, Luperta Morgan, Columbus Webb, G. Masou , U tl T. F. CHAPMAN, P. M. There are too mauy revolvers carried in Vegas. It. is in almost every case a useless habit. As useless as it would be to carry a weapon in Chicago or New York. There is very little disorder and personal en counter is almost unknown. A man sho aid have a mind cool enough to conduct himself peaceably and decent ly so that violence may not be resort ed to. There is a mau m our midst, in the civil walks of liie, who so far as we know has no enemies and who carries a revolver and bowie-knife everywhere lie goes. To dinner, to the post-oflice, to the depot and to churcli, (he sometimes goes to the lat ter nlacel. He probably ia of the - chivalrous kind and hopes some day to have a successful encounter with the man he can get the better of. A Mexican sol drunk night be fore hft and went to his mother-in 'aw's house, broke t lie doors down and beat the woman furiously. His obieet was to commit rape. He was arrested and tried before Justice Mor rison ycaterday and found guilty of the offense charged, and put under $500 bonds to appear at the next term of court, but in default oi bondsmen he wan put in jail, there to await trial. The woman is in a bad condition as the injuries were severe, aad she is near 60 years of age. Sam'l Jaffa, of Jaffa Bros., the Pioneer merchants of Colorado aud New Mexico, is expected to arrive at Trinidad this morning with his family. Mr. J. and family have been in JjUrone sncuuins me summer among their families aud friends ') heir many friends in Trinidad will j bo glad ,'o have them return. Mr. II N. Jaffa, and family, of this city, will go to Trinidad in a few days to attend ! the large reception which their Trini dad friends are tendering the Ions absent travelers. Mrs. J. Gist aud daughter, Miss Ella, will start for Alamosa, Colorado, on to-day's train. Mr. Gist has gone into the drug business at that point The people of Las Vegas will miss them, and in the absense of M iss Ella, societv will lose one of its most at- tra'-difo members. Their propcrt hero is not sold and it is hoped that they will return it some future time. Whenever a man is seen coming with a big bheet of foolscap in his hand, the boys begin to scatter. Pe titions are getting so numerous now-a-days. We shall insist on knowing what we sign and not do as some who append their John Hancock to what they know nol, as was noticed in a re cent case. - -B. Stoops, of the Western Meat Market, makes a specialty of filling railroad orders for meat. He will also fill orders for any other class of provisions. GAZETILLA. Personal And Genara! Gathered From all Quarters of the City an J Vicinity. T. B. Catron, Esq.. went through on yesterday's train for ban ta Fe, Johnny Roberts goes to pastures green aud will corral himself first at Santa Fe. Mr. Chas Home returned on yes terday's train from Socorro. Travel is light now. People in the states are preparing for winter. A. J. Crawford sold a bunch of grapes yesterday that weighed live pounds. Ward & Tárame will commence putting the roof on their new business house to-day. McGuire is putting in a solid stone foundation for the new store of T. Tornero & Son. Sales of real estate were lively yesterday. C. R. Browning sold five lots in East Las Vegas. Antonio Baca and Ids brother-in-law, Andres Sena, came up on yes terday's train from the 6outh. Look well to your chimneys and flues before you start fires where there have becu none of late. C. M. Ball and II. TV. Hodge, of Denver, and R Dunn, of Rincón, are registered at theJSumncr Hotel. If you want a nice whirl, get one of Mcudenhall & Co's fine teams just brought out from Kansas City. Payne fc Bartlett have purchased the lots where Rupe & Castle's sales room stood. They will build at once. The cornice for the new bank ar rived yest"iday and will be put up at once. It has been on the road a Jomr time. Mr. T. W. Garrard will go to his sheep, ranch to-day. He will now shear and dip and prepare the flocks for av inter. u. 1j. iiougiHon ñas ou more stoves on the road. Houghton is do ing a fine business and he pn poses to continue to enlarge it. --Devotees of the tender music wil discover a missing line from the poem (?) on our third page. Fill it out to suit yourself. Duncan went down the road again yesterday with a lot of mule lie savs t ratio nas ncen very good m this line down below. Mr B. Sloops expects to start for the Rio Grande Valley to-day, for the purpose sf looking after his beef ship ping Interests in that region. Joh i Dougher and wife, Albu qticrcjue; Vy'm. Pinkerton, Wagon Motiud; Mat. D. Coursey, Eagle Mill; registered at -the National Hotel. Miss Belle Cowan, sister of Mrs J. Reynolds, returned on yesterday' train She has been visiting friends. and relatives in Missouri siiue las spring. We dropped into the room of ou ef the economical bovs last nijrht and found him in the capacity of a seam stress, making a couple of pillow blips. --The train from the wesd came in late yesterday. A burning bridge was the reason and after the train pa?e over, it was stopped and the fire ex tlBguisdiod. --Mrs. S. S. Mcudenhall and child ren left on yesterday's train for a visit to the home of her parents in Beth any, Missouri. She will be gone sev eral mouths. Chas. J. Quitel, Albuquerque ; C P. LaMarr, )Ughkccp4e,N. Y.; Thos. Case and wife, Kansas City; II. R. Taslow, wie and children ; are regis tered at the Si. Nicholas. At an adjourned meeting of the Quarterly Conference, held at the Methodist church last evening, the salary of the minister for the ensuing j'car was fixed at $1,100. Married Tuesday evening, Oct. .5th, 1880, at the residence ot Rev. Mr. Eastman, L. H. Maxwell, of Las Vegas. N. M., to Hattie Laura White, of Richmond, Indiana. No cards. J. Campbell, the indefatigable surveyor has been busy for some time in laying oil an extensive addition to Las Vegas for Messrs. Dold and Mills. The school house is already over crowded with pupils, and it will be hoove the pubrc to provide larger and better quarters at an early date. Miss Wood has 40 pupils in her room alone and still there are applications for ad mission. We have received a most exquis itely executed invitation to the first entertainment to ho given by the Montezuma Club at the Grand View Hotel next Friday night. The boys begin the season in good season and will probably season it all through, with seasonable fun. Mr. Barnett came up from the Nogals yesterday and brought some fine specimens of ore from the Great Easter, the Bullet, the Materia Medica and other lodes, which ho has placed on exhibition at Mills & Iladley's. Several specimens show free gold. Maj. Inman, Capt. Whit more and Col. Thos. Case and wife, of Kansas City, went down to the Old Pecos Church yesterday. Col. Case is post niattterof Kansas City, and is also editor of the Kansas City Review of of Science aud Industry. . i Topkka Í3 to have a street railway as soon as it can be built. Fres:, oysters at Ililty Bros. 61-2t Hilty Bros restaurant is now pre pared to accommodate the public in tirst class style. Native vegetables and fruits of all kinks constantly on hand This is the best place in town to ret a square meal. It Notice. The parents of the children in pre cinct No. 26 are hereby required to send their children to the public school under the charge of Alberto de Silva. Otherwise they will be com piled to do so according to law. Arthur Morrison, 61-lw Justice of the Peace. Noticia! Los padres de los niños del precinto No- 26 ton requeridos de mandar a sus ninog a la escuela publica, bajo el cargo de Alberto de Silva. De otro modo ellos serán cumplidos de hacer lo en conformidad do la lev. Arthur Morrison, Juez de Paz. Men's and boys' clothing, boots aud shoes at eastern prices at CHAS. ILFELD'S. Thirty thousand yards of prints, ifll of the latest stvlcs at Charles Ilfeld's.$ Charles Ilfeld is showing a fine ''As sortment of black aud colored cash mere ; also satins and silks at bottom prices at Chas. Ilfeld's. In our gents furnishing goods de partment which is a new feature, we keen as complete a stock as can bo found in any city. J. Rosen wald Sc Co. -11-tf Furnishing goods, th-? best assort ment in the city for gents, at J. Rosenwald & C.S4-tf An immense stock of ready made clothing for fall and winter, at J. Rosenwald & Co.-51if. Blankets, an immense stock at J. Rosenwalds fc Co. 54-tt Beautiful winter-blooming gerani ums for sale at the residence of C. E. Wcschc. Ladies and gents will find it to their advantage to select from the complete slock at J. Rosenwalds &Co. 51-1 f Dissolution Xoticc. The firm of Dougher & Baca h) this day di ssolvi d by mutual consent, Mr, John Dougher retiring from the same Mr. Francisco Baca v Sandoval will coutiuuc the wholesale and retail li quor business at the old stand, on his own account. John Douoher, Francisco Baca y Sandoval, Las egas, N. M., Sept. 25. Referring to the above, I beg leave lo inform my friends and the public reucrallv that I wiil continue the wholesale aud retail liquor business ai the old stand, southeast corner of the plaza. Thankful for past patronage so lib erally bestowed on the eld firm, Ires- nectfully ask a continuance of the samo. Francisco Baca y Sandoval. Las Vegas, N. M. Sep . 25. Gents, boys and childrens ready made clothing at, J. Rosenwald & Co. 41-tf. Two good carpenters wanted 1111- mediately by Frank Ooden. 41-tf !i. Lucas Manufacturer of Filigree Jewelry. Mexio. The manufacture of Filigree Jewel ry bv native workmen being a special ty in my business, ana many persons having expressed a desire to witness the process, I hereby extend a cordial invitation to all wiio may visit this citv to call (presenting this card) and give me the pleasure of conducting I hem throiiirli niv Factory barita . e N. M. S. II. Lucas. Pickled pigs feet at A. J. Crawfords Reliable Insurance LIVERPOOL, LOjV- DOJ, GLOBE. ROME, of New York. SPRINGFIEJ.D, Fir and Marine, Mass. C. B. BRO W ING, dpii. Offce in the new town. Coffins, Caskets and Undertaking Goods of all hinds kept constant ly on hand bit FRANK 0GDEN, Las Yeúas, N. M. Orde?s promptly 'filled. I Fal muí ' WlBiie'Fj Stock ALREADY W COURSE, ) U N 1 I-'AIL Also Agents for New York CI Suits Made tcñOrcler For Cottages to Rent. Two new cnttno-pa to rpnr. nf i)ip H&t Springs. Apply to the New York Clothing Store,' East Las Ve gas. 314-tf. Indian Pattery. The largest stock, in the United States, of Indian pottety, both anci ent aud modern, at M. A. Gold's In dian department, Santa Fe, N, M.41-t .J.ota For Galo. i J'arties desiring locations cn whic' Jv..!l I 1- f 1 '. lo ouiiu iioiitjcs tor ousiuess purpose gr residences, would do well to ca on the undersigned, who will sell lot at reasojuble rates. All said lots ai situated o the east side of the rail way opposite the depot. For terms etc., apply to M. Salazar. Office north-east corner of the pljza. 246-tf. Holbrook'a tobacco is the best. Fall Mi Winttr Goods. Ibeg to iaibrm my customers, that 1 am in receipt of part of my fall anl winter stock. 1 shall make as belore a specialty of everything in the Boot aud Shoe liria. I am also offering this year a nice line of Ladies Underwear and Hosiery, which I will . sail at the lowest possible pricp. , r. 1 have completed my stock in gents' furnishing goods, so as to oiler the finest selection in town, A choice line of Fall and Winter clothing is expected daily. 1 invite the public to inspect my goods before buying elsewhere. I hold out as inducements low prices, a good selection and prompt attention. Chas. E. Wksciik. West Side of Plaza. Fina Soots. J. W. Hanson &Co., hereby inform the public, tha, they are now prepar ed lo do all kinds of work in their line. Fine work a speci. ltv. Shop on northwest corner of plaza. lG-4in Nativa Vegetables. Ililty Bros., have made arrange ments with Messrs. Webber & Miller, of Mora county, to furnish them from now on, with all kinds of native veg etables; such as cubage, peas, beans, carrots, turnips and all other kinds oi garden products common to this country. Native vegetables arc much fresher, sweeter, aud in the lo ig run cheaper than those shipped here, so it will pay to patronize Ililty Uros. tt. I would respectfully call the atten tion of all persons going to aud from the Whi'cOak mines, aud the pub lic in general to the fact that I have removed our store from Tecolote to Autor Chico, where 1 keep a com plete assortment of general merchan dise,' and make a specialty of miners supplies, provisions ect. Anton Chi co is on the direct route to the mines and I sell goods at the lowest rates. D A VII W INTERN it, Anton Chico, N. M We are prepared to furnish all kinds of building materials for con tractors. ' Lockiiart & Co. 21-tf, Go to M. Ileise, on the south side of the plaza for line wines, liquors and Go to Judd's Harbor Shop and get scraped, Exchange Hotel. tf. Pickets for sale at Lockiiart & Co's planing mill. 29-tf. Xotick is hereby given that I have at present no agent or agents whatsoever and that all my business aflairs will be mamged by myself PlIILIl' IIOLZMAN, Las Vegas, Sept. 22. 1880. 40-tf. Clean towels aud 6harp razors at Judd's Barber Shop, ischange tf. Hotel. Brick for sale in large or small quantities, at Lockiiart & Co's. A fresh assortment of gent's furn isbing goods just received at the store of C. K. Weschc. All kinds of wollen goods just re. cexved and for sa e at low Ugures, at J. liosENWAUi &i)o. 41-tf v AT THE othingj AND AT TIJE TO .iC A.LL. Devlin. & C!n 1 Center ijtreet BÁKBBY, .And JLtmch ..Counter. (Formerly Santá Bakery.) IS NOW READY FO$t BUSINESS Largest Oven in the Territory. Will upply Las Vegas and the Towns along . he Road from Raton to San Marcial. rdcrs by lester will rfcjtive prompt at ention. IlUjffiv'jfc ANGELL Alex. McLin. Robt. McLoík Joi.MoLean. McLean OBros., Contractors and Builders. All kinds of Mason Work. Fine Plastering & Specialty. Contracts taken in any Part of the Territory. Las Vegas, N. M. OTERO & JEAGER, Dealers in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Corn, Flay and Forage. Lincoln, Cwniity, wen Mexico. OTERO Y JEAGER, Trtflcnti en Abarrotes, Provisiones, Zacate, etc., por Fleteros. Condado le Lincoln, Sen Mexico. niMoluliOB N(lc. The Inn heretofore exiting undrr the ñamo ot'LeT.v, Cohi; A Co., i.i this duy diiHolTed by mutual conran t, Mr. H. Coli.i remains eolu lroj rieor, td assume all liabilities axulnst hf former lir in, ami collects nil outstanding debts. Lbvt, Cohn A Co., II, ( OIIH. Las Vejas,. Oct. 2 18). 67-3 w. Why? Will tu py two jirlccs to irresponsible )ed-k-rs for" eewin;? machines, when for one half the money you e. an buy any llrttt eluss machine made, end warranted from three to five yearn, among which an ihe siiij-er, the White, Do mestic, New Am trican, etn. f or price apply to A T. Harrison, nt Hammond' Hardware House, Trinidad, Colorado. ll-:m. Admin Utrntor's Tfotico. Notice is hcrel) v ffiren that the Hon. Probate Court in and lor the comity ot San Miguel, nnd Territory of New .Mexico, ha appointed the un derxlfcncil admin i,-drtór - f the estate id Frank Chnpm.-in, deceived. All persons indebted to snid etate will make immediate nettlement; and all personi Ii itíiik claims against said e--tRte will pi'e-cnt them within twelre month. 31. BltLNs W !( :, KB-ly Administrator. Las Vegas, X . U.i Feb. 7th, liso. Mr, I M. Jones desires to an nounce to Lite public that he in now Able to accommodate a few boarders at reasonable rates, at the Las Veas llakery, South Second street near the plaza. 5G-2t. "Wanted. Ten stone masons. Good wages paid. Apoly to D. C. Mcííuirc, Las Vegas., !N. M. 57-tf. O. L. Houghton lias a regular ar senal ot lire-arm, the largest stock in all the west. It is not only for a re tail, but for a wholesale trade that ho is prepared. His advantages for buy ing enables him to sell this class of goods as low as they can be got any where. Wines and liquors of the best qual ity, and of the best, brand at whole sale or rtUail at M. Ileise's, south side of the pl iza, Las Vegas, N. M. 3ó3-tf A full assortment of Homeopathic remedien constantly kept on hand at the Cenl,ral Drug Store. 318-tf. Lockhart & Co. have received a largo sto ck of oils and paints; also "Holdens enamel )iainl"which is wa ter proe-f and ready for use, is con stantly kept by them. fiü-tf. For Hent. The corral of tho Ex change Hotel on tho Plaza. tf A irasoline stove with fixtures for sale. Inquire at.thiü office. 56-tf. ""MA , T . J '