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AS 77 Annr tr ta M - 3. hi. LAf? VEGAS N ., SATiriíDAT, K'TOHKR í), I88O. VOT.í2. . LAS JL JLJo BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE -HAS- REOPENED IX- Locktiart's Building OPPOSITK Browne & Manzanares -AND- Will Sell You GOODS At Your Own Price. J. B. ALLEjST'S Kstablisl Lmoii t, Located on the street in rear of National .Hotel, No. 17, where lie is prepared to do all kinds of work in his line promptly and in a workmanlike manner at reason able prices. J. N. FURLOrlc, PHOTOGRAPHER. Gallery in the Hear of the Exchange Hotel, West. Las Veas. "Prank- J. AVebber, A n m NEER Ü1I lias constantly on hand Horses, Mules, Harness Jute, and also buys and sells on Commission. Sale of goods made at any time. AVill be found on North-Kan corner of Plaza, or word may be left al this office. M. SALAZ All. a roni:r-A t-j.a tt; Las Vkoas Nkw Mr.xu't. I AS VhXJAS AND VÍNITA L AND EX. LIE lti:.NNIMJ DAILY FltOM FOlil' IIASCOM T( Four Ki.biorx. I'assnnp'ra tuxl Kxitsh matter leaving l.tit Vogiis m '1'iit'P'lay nuirning will be fonviivdei on weekly biieklioanl ttiruitiili to uny ioint ii tho l'in liionllu of 'I'exus. C'lmrgcs reitsonalile. (;. 15. AlISl'lN. I'loinietov .1. AV. I.O V IC, Com m ission- Merchant, Las Vegas, New Mexico. HAY, CHAIN, POTATOES, APPLES, Handled in Car Lots. lltitfer, Eygs and Poultry always on hand. Cash paid en consignments J FllANVO Oil A VES, Attorsscy Jit Law AI.nL'gUKUQt.'K, - - - NKW MKXIC TAILORING 1M TELEGRAPHIC The.Hasi Taken by a 31 oil Of I mil a ns round 31 u tilatetl. A Ten Thyitsaml Dollar Illuflf to lie ftíTeicil by Indiana ilepiiblicans. A Tfiimrasee Justice of t'he Peace Jihoots ami &Y Slior. . , The SoJilTeta Stc-Umon at In dianapolis a i-aiid Success. ft Chicago,' October 8, The Tribune in an editorial saVs: The Tribune has been permitted -to coppy -the iollow-iuii-w rilleu to a J'íjéiiti .-t','wa by officer in Gen., llocs.doart .nt, and who4'r ntivny .aitas ment heen near to tne i deuce of (Jn. I lane- verbatim as it evinces the vT.U(ri fectious for his connnaiulingtWerjii and bears marks oí truth and cinocri tv il. says : "Governors Island. N. Y., Sep . 28 Geu. Hancock, dí? muí a íiiíl nti th( vpr'W '"fl f',ftíiá'r peratiou aud knows ::ot which ffir to turn or what to do. The letters of the Prcpideney has turned his head, and the continued turmoil of the campaign with the differences between the Northern and Southern Democrats so strongly marked, to equalize and adjust,! fear will drive him stark mad. My dear hoy, Hancock is no more fit for the. Presidency than a withered hemlock, f will be frank with you; it is true that lie knows nothing of the South except the line polished and crafty leaders that call upon him, and his brief acq uaintence with the same class in '07 at New Or leans. He means wed but he cannot comprehend the crookedness of poli ties and those bred in the cane poli ticians; and now while on this sub- ject I will give you (he secret of this Hancock, and that is this: Indiana, disuuionist W. H. English is lo be the President. Hancock is not expected to live only a fraction of this term: thU is luriiished from tho fact that uny deviation from his regular i.abils is an appoleetie attack. Strong syrn tons has twice exhibited them-elves since his nomination, and Its Ihe ver dict all around him that his promo tion lo the Presidency will termin ate his earthly carreer; but Ibis fact has been most carefully guarded as you cau discern, and dear boy you have the iiu-h'e of this Presidential business with English, as past, you can readily comprehend what those shrewd fellows of the South can ac complish." The above reads like a family letter, indeed it came from a member of Gen. Hancock's m'ditrp.y family and one who regard Hancock with some affection, as a -on feels for his father. We nave the original let ter in our possession with a private note from tho receiver of it, author izing the use for publication but witholding the name of the writer for personal reasons. Chicago, Oct. 8. A Times Indian apolis special says : The Times cor respondent while in the Democratic headquarters, chauctid to mention te report he had heard, that 10,000 would be offered in one lump on Por ter to morrow, and vatiue and uncer tain as the intelligence was it created a panic. Democratic slalesmeu have il that a portion of the I'epublican eorruplion lund will be used in thai way. It is probable that a Democratic pool will be made to take any big bluffs which may be made. And now comes Judge Martitidale, former edi tor of the Indianapolis Journal, with the statement, that in a convcrsalion with General Grunt, had at Manilou Springs, Colorado, last July, the lal tf.r had expressed li'mself substantial- 1.. ! T.i. liin'lnp Illtil'l'Hnr ' I I V IIS i 11 1 11 J- I Judge .Martindalc says "However. Grant in speakiug of Hancock refer red to hi nt in terms of praise with the qualifieu'ion, Hiat, though he had proven an excellent corps commander he had never shown himself possessed of the abilit y to till a hither position fhe Judge .remembers distinctly that ho had used none of the soldier like epithets anpliod 10 him by Rev. Fow ler, aud the harshest criticism he had ind lged in was that Ilancqck was wrapped up in himcelf, and that he j vis undoubtedly ti vain man. -'' WCllt into details uiu aru lo 'he Louisiana v iinil his remarks on this siii- Sect were about as given in his pub- lished interview, only more emphatic , Martindalc said he would have given this important information before hut for the fact that he supposed the con -citation 'was private. Simon Cameron, ciudriuanol the Republican state central committee, is reported as saying on the occasion of his last visit to Indianapolis, that the Indiana organization was the most perfect one he ever had seen. New York, Oct. 8. Tho Times says : The coneui rent -.testimony of our cor-repor-dents who have examined the party prospect in the congression al districts of the various slates is, that solid gains will be made in the Republican deleaiion lo be select ed this full in Ohio. The Republicans expect. to gain six representativos in Indiana, at least two iu Pennsylvania, probably two, aud even more, in North Carolina, which has at presen' but one Republican representative. Starting with Vermont, with a Repub- ican rain of one .district and with the rsspeet of returning from 20 to 30 seats,. throughout the north the poiu- offiplexiou of the new hou IS ftUrtliyfliVinauci' oi oomuu ;?ie' ''Vanie pajicr reviewing Ihe (jfliiicy-Mcfii. uiis affair say.-, there seciniiJo be no doubt that McGinnis is a'i coiir.-e, brutal ruffian, and so manifestly unfn to fill the District Atterneynbip or any office of trust or decency that it was ihe jihiiii i u t y of Glanecy, an indo pendent Republican, to tffítJitYe hi unworihiuess to tin parirá' TlieCoüi'iiercia! Rulbdin say-: The posiession oí Panam.i is "sine qua non" to the construction of a Panama cúnalas it affords tlm necessary work-i4i-ba-is. it will, lenvever, cost the canal company seventy miotou Iraucs w. which with' the payment toj Lowell, Mas.. :!. 8.---.U the tare Lieutenant Uiysc ton millions francs j well meeting of the American Board, will absorb eiehtv nVllioits of 1 he four j held this forenoon' reports of various .... i . Ininclred millions a loci; which r.ccore-; ins- to Paris ad vie' i" "i jo.-rd to isne leavin:'' oiih- tl lire iiun-.irei tweuty millions. The cost, of fhe work is Oitiniaied at eight huielmi and forty-three millions francs and numerous other ..-spend it u re- .ini.'uut to full three hundred million-! more. New York, Oct. S. Tho Hearlds India opli i-iu i ia! averts iiofitivelv that Ssnator Rarniu:! laid down hi.' check for 10,000 on Monday en a (able in room 10, ami Mr K;ig!i.-h cov ered it with his check lor 10,000. af ter whidh n.irnuiu went over to Cin ciiiiiaii. Mr. New is in cii!--t!uit re receipt of dicpalchei from Houeüsville and llarrisburggiving informal ion of the movements of tío repeater-, ami Gov. (Jorhani lei's me l hat t hey are eoniideitt of Ihe irescnce here of he Iweeu 700 and 800 roughs from New Vorkiind Philiidelphia. Among the proinineut. men IVmn l'hiholelphi i are he notorious Rill McMnllen, R.uck Melindi"--s, Johnny McCorniiek, Joe Tather, ' . Gallup, Morten Kalhtcky, trolin Duer, John Carrigau. Joe Henry, 15. L. Smith, C. Adam and Mike Slot' ford, all well known in their city,. It is supposed that Indianoplis will he ihe tlil ribtiling center Irom whence will go the essentials for victory iu Cincinnati and Columbus. San Francisco, Oct. . Lizzie P. widow of the late W. C. Ralston, has filed a complaint in the Supreme Court :tgaini Senator Sharon. The documents covers 2Gf) pages, and is io the cffecl lhat Ralston and Sharon were partners in business; thai Sharon was sole executor of width the complainant, was sole beneficiary. Their partnership property at fhe time of Ration's death .".mounted in value to, in round numbers, of thirty million dollars, and lhat Ralst on, ju-t before bis death. gave Slmron a trust deed of his property ; lhat Sharon has had the custody of the partner ship book and papers ; that no in ventory of her late husband's proper- has been filed bv the executors; ' 1111,1 &"ar 11 rcpreseuianoiis . . , , t i e . i i .. i ! and other means has defrauded her in the settlement ol Ralíton's estate of a large anion tit, for which she demands such restitution as may prove just. Del Norte, Cal., Oct., 8 A Lieu tenant f the 4th cavalry passing through here to-day stated that while his command were encamped at Rock Cliff, reports reached them thai a man supposed to be A. D. Jackson, that va9 taken from Clout, Homes &.lloyt while thev were pretendiny to ?cort him u the arriso,,, wa fotm.l dead at the i-tuke, luvhig suffered ih? har- ror ol Indian torture, as this tullios , rur ol InMi.in torlure, as witli I he threats made bv them. Then :i scarcely a hope that this is not true. , M(,llpllií Tomi )..,. t..oi la,t ' Wednesday evening in lhdinau coun- j ty, Mississippi, a diflicully oecurred j between 15. J. Owen, a Justice of thci I, ,, i T V I't.n-fi. fi..in r I (act , illlll ) . 1. iiai.i, .1 lilt ill ' Owen was holding his court when i (laver made a disturbance and was ordeted under arrest by Owen. Pi dies were at once drawn by both and firing commenced by each. Owen fell dead. Glavcr run about 800 yards ar d fell. He died after lingering eight hours. Roth were young men of good standing in the county. Chicago, October 8 A DailyNer.'s reporter had a brief cntcrview wilh (en. Grant this forenoon. The ex-pre-sid' nt was asked if he received any coniiuunicat ion from Gen. Han- cociv relative io tne retvni j, owier in terview. The General replied, "1 have not.' Reporter, "Do you ex pect a coinmuuiea! ioe?'' "Il is not mpossibhj that I shall hear from General Ham-ock.'" Grant leaves for New York accompanied by .Mrs. Grant, via the Pittsburgh & Fort Wayne Ridlroad. at o'clock this p. in He wUl go through without making any stops. Indianopolis, October 8. The re union and rallvof the hove in blue to day is a grand success. find i inmenso crowds of people are in at tenda-nce. The streets on the line of the march are literally packed. Th." parade com menced at eleven and was one hour and ft ficen minutes passing a given point. Th' streets on the line of the uuh'fh were haii.Lomly decorated with Hags and bunting, i he a í I ernoou was devoled to speaking; Senator Conkl'mg, Emery Slorrs, and Post master General Mavnnrd and other prominent speakers delivered add re-- ..!.,., I It urna tt ítnil ! nn;-ion-. nr ...... ... -o ... that the e-itimuies troin loretgn iteius call for about :s(1íK0í)0 lo prosecute the work next year. Several mis ionario? were introduced who were about lo leave for foreign Stores. The convention terminated with prayer, h iiü and benedict hoi. San Franoi-cn, Oct. Xcar the town of Ui-bt e Aria:.-, la-: Tuesday,, a man by h.: name of Dod-oii attempt ed to outrage a young lady whose name was not .v-certain'-,!. Her father reset ed her. Dod-on returned and fip'd two :-hois, one of which killed a brother of the girl ihe other wounding her. 1 Jodsb'iTTvea pod. A party are j in pursuit. j London, Oct., 8. There are reason.-1 . r,,,!;,,!.,, 4 1 ... t i , r. iC.nl- ..-ill ír-o-o i.-nv. t J ill lit li; lii.il .in, ... y i n in 1 . t - eral id" the chief ports of Olgeai.1. to cut off supplies and mouey from Asia and islands to Constantinople. Xew York, October 8.---Rpiseopa Canon (his forenoon read the report on missionary work which made a very sat isfactora showing, especially as regards foreign missionary work and money collected. P.osion, October 8. Enos Vanny of Charlston, and Mr. Palcomer of Ayer Juiiction, were killed by accident on ihe Fiizburg road last night and sev eral others vero seriously injured. Washington, Oct. 8. The cases a!:ain l 'ex- Posimaster General Key pending in 1 he Supreme thoirf, and brought by lottery men, will now be dismissed Loudon, Oct . Imports for Sept. Gib were a half million pounds more than last year, and the cxporis'two and a half million greater than hisi year. Xew York, (Jet. 8. The epizootic is disappearing. There are but few new ca-es to-day and these, are of the mildest form. Salem, Mass., October ft. Chas. F. Freeman, t Ii;? child murderer, es caped from Dunrers Ruano Hospital ibis a. m. Cent ling, October 8. The Rusian embassy has been instructed to send all oflic rs on leave to their ship as (hey sail immediately. Providence. October 8. ---The Re publicans of the '2d district nominat ed Jonathan Chase for congress. Middletc.wu, X. Y., Oct., 8. The Democrats of the lllh district liomiu L. Reach for congress. Wales Uu rg, Conn., Oct. 8. Two la borers were killed this forenoon by the caving iu of a bank. Síin ''"co, Oct. 8.Tlie Crown j 'uint aml Exthcqucr. "! l.nve been u " Xew Vork, October 8. The team- j Mp Celtio brought in $242.000 in oltl- : : : WANTED- i r AiEi.--inmiediateiv. at the hotel of ' Jll's M- .ummiiirn, ei Mn .iivcmi, one goud llvst cixik ninl one good tcooinl i-""k al" "ffi wuiter ii:.o-2w W.NTKI)..V good blacksmith to ilo gen ero 1 work . Apnly to Clias. Ill iiuc.hn ril, Las Vugiw, or address John l'e:td;iries. liineon, N . M. . FOR SALE. JACA. HAM. FOU KKNT. The proprietor 15 wishinif t i remove his resid"iiee will rent liara Hall for the coming season, or will sell it lor i reasonable price. The hall is the be.-t iu the Territory and 8 provide. I with ft stage and coin lctu seei.erv. Address, AMONIO JoSK HACA Las Vegas, N . M. FOK TtKN I' My private residence, with or without nrnttiire. Apolv for informa tion at tho tia.:ti ollle.e or on the premises. i-2 xv THEODORK WAUNKK. 1 IMK I'iU SALK. By Monro .'i IIiHV, at ihe ' Hot Springs. Leavfc orders at Herbert & Co'sdrug st.jro, on tho plaza rioit SALIJ: My house and land situ itod at I1 est l.-is eirus, near the l.ruiMt lew Hotel For terms ap'ly t Veg; s, N. M. Sept. i.-jtli, sso.--ii5l-lm. the iinder-krnod, i. fi.i:.z; F TU)ii SAT.K.. Ion lvad of cattle . For further nloniiMiloi: apply to' .Jaffa Uros. Las S e- :is .mi a. Nelson & Co , Anton Chico, N. .M. TTlOil S.M.K--A irood sixteen horse poxver V bleam ensiinc, all in rn ninsr order and l-.u'iro i noutih lo run a (lour mill. Any person de: Írmelo see it running can do m) anyd iy at inv planing miil at Las Veirus. Apily for t.'iins t .JOHN 15. 'A OOTFN. DINING HA UiJ , Pro). A.. T. Hoover I i l'.rnier Exchange Hotel Uiillding', on tlic Plaza, Las Vesas, X. M. Now f)j)eii for Transieiit . Guests it I .Regular Boarders. TO BUY A MEW I -OK- .v from a Man Unit un der viand tho wants of the Count rif. The Only Carriage Shop in Xew Mexi co. Tho only Full Stock of Carriage Material in the West is kept by ir. . srrrr. b vyn. x. m. Th-38, RuíGíibeck. Practical Watchmaksr AND DEALEI! IN Walchca, Clock., and Jcwvlrj Uepairinx; done at ItcaMntablc Utiles anil all ivoi-k riuii.i':i.uteeil. Sliop in Kosenwald's ijloek. J. S. BEOWISWSLL, Ku lor Will contrict lor Koe.k. Ai'lolie, Ilrick, Krame or ally oilier kind of building . JOinjIXÜ DONE TO OUDEK. All x ;ii'k warranted. Prices reasona Ma. stock taken in trade at vcasonnbli; rates. Ad dress All)',njiieriiio, N JI. rw.'Ullvll CharSos Wheelock, ARCHITECT and SUPERINTENDENT L.s Vkoas, m:v.Mkico. DEEK.'E outh l'list Street, i-oulh oí Con velí . Will ..rni-ih Plans, .Specillealions and Esti m ce-, for all kinds of Moe.lcintcal Strucliire? s'ieh as Conrl Houses, school Houses, Jails Itusl iu Houses, Hotel, Clc.nvhe. Banlw Ke.ii lonecs etc. A complete sorlinont ol (eneral Merclian se kept on hand. 'VOOL, HIDES. U-ATTLK SUKKP, S;tilit at 13 iurl:t4t Market Trice Anion, Uiimo, JSew ,uv.xic. iio.m:n'ATiuc j'iuskiax ,i srnaicox. Las Vkoas, Xkw Mkxico. Willpractice In all liie norlhern rmiiities of Ihe Territory. C'TL- MOOEEi Dnalrr in (Irnrrnl jli r.rclitutiHsi'. Pnerlo de Luna, - - New Mexico ,,ljólulifcáll''icilü'!LlJáo'E ATTOfíS i:-AT-LA W, I.as Vkiías, - Nkw Mkxico. Will practice in all tlte Courts of Law and Equi ty In the Territory. Especial attention icivcn to the collection of claim n find remití anees nimia proitiptlv. I'. S. Comml lOotior .t notary public. BIlI3WnT SAliOOKT ALBERT & HER3ER, Proprietors. Opposite Jaffa Jtr .. Rust Frenti lleer always on Draught. Al- so Fine Cigars aud Whiskey, Lunch Counter in t an nection. l C. ,nartol f, C01ITECT0K & BUILDER Las Veoas, New Micvico. HOWISON FÁBÍAN, General Comm'n. Merchants AN.) SALKSMKN F(U E STEZSr HTJS E3, Oir.ee Fast fide it. It. Ave., opposite Ilrowne & Manzanares. ' W. Steele, JCSTICB OKTIIK PKACK for Precinct N'. 20, Fast Lus Vejras. Heal Estate, Collectins Agent ami ConrT uncer. Deeda, Mortt'afres and Jnsl ice.-' P.lanks lr sale. Oilicc f;n the hill between Ihe old and new towns . HOPPEB BROS,, Detilers in Staple and Fancy Groceries, CLOTHING, BOOTS A SHOES. Produce a Specialty. Orders filled on short i; tice. Proprietors of the Delmoriico Restaurant. Fast Las Vesas, N. M. TIIK BOSS M$oi & Shoemaker Opposile Jaffa Bros., guarantees ntisfetlt and n puiect lit or no pay. VV. H. WHITELAVV Attorney at Law, Will attend to all leal business promptly, Center Street, East Xm Vegas, New Mexls. i:n-d. JNO. F. BOS'TWICK.. P. O, .Y DON BOSTWICK & LYDOM Attorneys-atjiaw. O fliee at Exchange Hotel Ruiliing. La 8 Ykuas, X. M. I'- . Bakery '. 'entre -I ., East La Vpjtis. I'lservthing in the H'iakcr line eonstankly on hand HFBKUTY & AXG F.LL. J'rop'rs. T, MERCHANT TAILOR, ALL KIXDS OF Ctattaitg & 8Sesni&aiii.sr TO OBIDEB. Shop in l)olds? IJlock. orthwe-t ( !orner of the Plaza. rrir -.imp Main;faclurer o! MEXICAN JEWELRY LAS V EG AS, - - - X.M. In Homero Uuildln. l-iast sidei.t Hie Pla.ii. N. J. PETTIjOKN, Wl. D . PHYSICIAN an.! SU8SE0i, Hot Springs and Las Vega.-. Chronic Diseases and Diseases ol Eeitmleii ft Specially HOT SPItlNCW - - - stol.! A. M. I. AS VEGAS Central Dm;? Store, J to IIP. M. iT. 0. Ward, Goritractor and Builder, LAS VEGAS. N. M. AI.FRKD B S A( ÍOK, ATTORNEY A.'.l ' XjJLV7 Dold's Buildfn. LAS VEGAS, - - N. M F. AXDIiEWS, SANTA EE, - - MOW MEXICO. Prices for Assaying Gold, $2.o0; Silver, $l.f0; Lead. $1.50; Copper, $3.00. Samples b mail will receive prompt attention. MRS. R. J. HAMILTON hus opincil hei DRESS -MAKING SHOP ot; the house direct! v oiipofdtfl the r!?po East Las Vena-, N., M. Mid as the is an ol resident ol Vegan, t-he is rend y once mm t CUT, PIT AND MAKK DUEsE S for her . I triends and new ones. Hull- l.iction (tunraiiK d or no charges. m "ct m'r:atBmr !W rmm m BIBLES! BIBLES ! BIBLES ! Of ererv kind and style, at I!ev. 1). W. "ul fee'g. Etijfllsh and Spnuifli, or In uny idle r languai?o, for dale cheap or nlven nwny. M. MATTHIK.SON, District Superintendent It. 11. . lor New Maxlr.o nnil Arlzum.