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Las Ves Daily Gaetfr SA'IUHDAY. OCTOP.KIt 0. 1861 AZETI LLA. Personal a nd Uentral Gathered rrm all Pari of the CUT Vicinity. An Attn on Wilcox. of yeslcruV Th.: toen! sein-nlion was a vl-ioiis iismiuU made by Ml Close of the dance hall on Mr. Wilo th oily editor of the Optic. The oc casion of tlio l'lliciilty whs nu irtic!' in relation 10 tin; removal ol'tlie (!anc halt which Mr. ( lose got ht t.boul. and juuid Wilcox uucxpccteill knocking him down with a six shoot it hriiinlly belaboring him abom the head and face. The latter hail Close arrested ami taken before Judg j p0irV Morrison n i elmrge "l assault win. a deadly weapon with intent to kill. Close wa lieltl to a poem' at the next lerin of the district court to answer the eharge tinder bonds of $500. Ik was nlso pol under bonds to keep the peace. In such matters there is of conreen real or imagined provocal ion, but out ,ide of the merit of (be con roversy. -trikin tin tinunnod, defenseless Mid physically weak man when totally un prepared h -.inothing which a manly nature natuialh abhor aud condemns 'if.,( no donl.t .lelt that il was un grateful lor ha'o fellows to whom he h:i. I given a liberal patronage in day pas!, to read him a high moral lecture on hi departure and give him a parting and Mingiug kick" when there was ootid, g .. ore to he gained by championship, yet this is no justi fication for a vicious assault. News paper in list beiudepolidcnt and the editors free from the ruffianly attack of the promoters of vices which are condemned. Hut the independence can only be guarded ami sustained by the community when the paper speaks out boldlv and learlessl v at all times 7 -Mump! --Light travel , . ,7. "- -It was a close struggle. Editor must go armed. There' blood on the moon. Trinidad hai a Cactus club. The new babies arc thriving. Terpsichore begini to reigu. California fruit tastes of money. Every man wants an insurance Rune & Castle as well as Lock- hart & Co., will put in extensive Hue i of general hardware aud stoves in connection with their prescut busi ness. Mis. Moore's broken arm is do iiiir well. Her elbow was badly bruised and cut which is likely to prove more serious than the frac ture. T. Romero has a nice young or chard of apple trees growing at his ranch south of town, lie intend planting out a number of trees every vcar. G. W. Ilartman, who is driving a thriving mercantile business at Sau Miguel is in town laying in supplies i, lie ships goods both by wagon and by Court is in scsmou at Albuuer- rail. que. Business is picking up and no mistake. ''" ' ' Dwelling houses will fill up for the winter. A. S. Flcrsheim is buying lots in he new town. Fat cattle and good beef 5 the rule this fall. Ilowisou U making a big showing with his signs. Rev. Callee i still confined at home by illness That barber who sent Lm Max well the outrageous Dill of 30 for ! His Highness' services in dressing the body of his dead brother, yesterday,' got a iudgment for $20. Xear'.y two thousand copies of the "Mining World" for October have been mailed by Mills & Hadley. The journal is printed at the Gazette of fice, and is as " neat as they make 'em." rui n Those ladies hats and bonnets re ceived yesterday are beauties indeed. They aire perfectly lovely. On exhi bition at J. Uosenwald & Co. Cloaks ami dolmans superior anything in this country at J. Roskxwald & Co. to The Republican county conven tion of this county meets in this city to-dav. A large number of delegates came iu yesterday from dificreut pre cincts to be in attendance. The Republican convention of Mora county to nominate candidates for senator and representatives and county officers meets at Mora on the 10th of this month at the court house. Somebody with a fiddle and curly hair has struck the town, and is stop ping at the Sumner. lie began on "Bye, baby, bye," and the. guests lest condemnation ol vice ano iiiougiy in - 1 1 j 1 ! I rder. morality and good -O- 4r- ' Mr. .1. T. Sinnni and wife won youth to Sania Fe to-day from which point they will go down to the end of the track and lo Martines Wll. Mr. Sinitns is onn of the largest contract ..rs on I he extension of Ihe railroad. Mrs. Simms hos been living at the Sumner Hou-e fuvsotne time, and ha made warm Iriemh In Las Vegas, who ineero'y hope she may find it con genial and convenient with her plan, to return t" our city and make it her home during the coming winter. A little orphan, sun of the .late Mis. Todhunter, about one year and four months of age was taken by the biumlrv man Steward, who commit ted suicide, to raise, f lie widow now refiix tu keep the littio hoy any longer having enough 'o do with her own family.- Henry líecker the chief of police has agreed in take him and raise him. As his own lainily is in Rio Arriba, his new relative is con siderable of a charge. The fall clip of wool is unusally j their appetite for dinner. large this year! Hon. Fernando Nolan of Tiptou ville is in the city. Rev. Harwood returned from Santi To yesterday. How about the plaza. Now is the time to move for trees. A card party in the cosy parlor of the Sumner House last, night, if Dr. Tipton is having an office fit ted up in the "Exchange hotel. A man should be shaved while he íí alive. It only costs 25 cent?. Indiana and Ohio are the centers of political attraction at present. The drug store f Hess fc Creuler burned at Trinidad on the 7th iust. Dr. Tipton's family has arrived from Tiptonville and will reside here. Wait until you hoar from Indiana before getting down from the fence- political. "Wc hope the county Laces of all kinds at . J. Rosenwald & Co. Zephyrs all shades and colors at J. Rosknwalt) & Co. Ribbons for the millions at J. Rosenwald & Co. - Ladies suiti, silk, satin, cashmere the most beautiful goods you can wish for at J. Rosenwai.d & Co. Fall and Wi liter Stock ALREADY AT THE Gents, reudv made clothing, a large stock at J. Rosenwald & Co. Boots and shoes a complete stock at J. Rosenwald & Co. Dr. Tipton will soon be ready to smile on his patients and callers from his new sanctum doclorum in the corner formerly occupied as the office in the Exchange Hotel. The street railway is getting to be a great necessity. It is demand ed by the business interests of the town and it will pay, two strong con siderations for building it. ,7. Graaf fc Co., are expecting in a few days a large stock of fresh gro ceries, flour and provisions of all kinds. They have enlarged their store to make room for their new invoices. New York Clothing Store ! OF COURSE, AND AT THE L.OWBST EH.I03ES!S ! We have receieed from Mr. Win. PinkertOH, ot Santa Clara, copies of a petition to the President of the United States for signatures in this county, praying that he the President, recom mend in his message to congress t hat legislation be had to quiet the Spanish land grant- titles in this territory. We convention ! heartily favor the plan and hope (he A Russian letter pocket book, be tween Foxe's hide house and Captain IlnUou's. It contained letters, only valuable to the owner, addressed to F. W. Crane, jr. The finder will please leave it either at Captain Hut ton's residence or Ilowisou's store in the new town. 3t Choice dairy butter, fresh and nice, a pleasure to eat just receiveu ai A. J. Crawford's. One hundred dozeu ran h eggs jusfr' received at A. J. Crawford's. Frcs'.i oysters at Hilly Bros. Gl-2t Hilly Bros restaurant is now pre pared to accommodate the public in liret. claps stvle. Native vegetables and fruits of 'all kinks constantly on hand This is the besi place in town to get a square meal. It Notice. The parents of the cldldreu iu pre cinct No. 26 arc hereby required to send their children to the public school under the charge of Alberto de Silva. Otherwise they will be com pelled to do so accormng to law DON'T FAIL TO CALL. Also Agents for Devlin Co., For Suits Made to Orclei :1est0Rent. Tw6JvSettages to ren to-dav will give us a list ot county ot-! penuou win ou mcuieioui.iv bigueu. Any person who will try to obtain signatures, and every one will sign it if asked, can obtain blanks by apply ing personally or by letter a( this office. ---New a and Press. The proper way for the parties that are making continual com plaints in regard to the dance houses iu tncir vieiuit) is to make a com plaint, to Hie proper authority tuv nuUanc' and get a , writ or warrant issued, which will he served upon pi esentatioii. H K.VHY IliX'KLJi, - Chief of Police. hcers. If you want a county office it is time to be putting in a bid for the no- miaation. - -Las Vegas people work harder than those of any other town in the Terntory. Messrs. Angelí & Huberty are building a brick oven for the Santa Fe baker v. The man who don't advertise soon finds his competitors walking from him. The Democratic county conven tion was adjourned from the "Mx to the 13:h iust. Who is the man that was going to start a wood y nrd? If so, it is time he should start. School children hurrying to school with their books and slates looks like the stated. -Mr. Daniel Martinez of Ocate, one of the let; ding Republicans of Mo ra county is in town. - -Mr. Eugenio Romero came in yesterday from his tie camp to attend the convention to-day. The Jesuit Fathers have con structed a Isrgc new building for storage, hay, grain etc. W. II. Shupphas the beM looking house on Main street. It is large enough to show off to advantage. Indiana is a good state to bit on It would be fully as good as high ball poker. The result is so uncertain. The Gazette can compete with eastern job work both as regards quality and price. Try it and be con vinced. --The New Mexican Miner is out for October. It looks well and is full of valuablo matter pertaining to mines and mining. The boys, who could do s, (lip ped away from business yesterday afternoon to take a snap before the dance last night. Roy. W. 1 1. Murphy has gon to i George Shield bought a team to Ienvr to attend the Southern Colo- j nm to a conveyance between the id. RaplM Association. The Bap- j towns and cleared it in about three li-t church of this eily has made op-j months. Good for a boy. (31-1 w Arthur Morrison, Justice of the Peace. Mr. Seelye, the adjuster who mi j dcrtook lo.settle for the Heme Insti- ! & Castle hijih ami The burning of a ranee company with Rupc war nosesM'd of such a inightv unapproachable air that he could not make himself agreeable. Messrs Mills & lladley have made the adjustment since Mr See-lye- hd't to the entire sulUfactieii ot both the company and asMired. lab'e on the hill iu the west part "' lown yester day, created considerable excitement in the vicinity. Il contained it quan tity of hay which was partly saved There was a general hubhiib for a time though. .Mr. Marwede has formed a co p::itiierh with an experienced hardware man who will -eon be on i.:u with a slock of eods in thati line. They had intended to open tin iu lio-enwalds block but are hoping to tind n store in the new (own. plication tobe attached to this no- elation. --- Yesterday was a good day to get lonesome. A man thinks of all the bills he ows on such a day, and wishes for something, he knows not what; not more go'.d always, bul a dear sun p. i haps. - ' -4f- 1 '" The baby business is really be-nunlnu- surorisinir to say the Icust. .1. N. Furlong is making a com plete building out of the new post office. It will be one of the best fin ished buildings in town. Trinidad boasts two hoe com- . . . i - i t pauies. Kris cgas can uoi nni iu A teat worth chronicaliug was recent ly performed by, Mr, Thomas D twsou of the Vermejo, who is over seventy years of age, and his grandson, Si., who i only ten years old. An old mountain lion had for (wo nights been playing havoc with the colts, having killed t wo, the old gent lemán thought he w mid track his lordship with the dogs and try and kill him. Accordingly they set. out and after a couple of hours chase the dogs treed the lion well up ia (he mountain. Mr. Dawson fired and kiledthe beast the first shot, the bullet going Ihrouh (he heart. From tip to tip the lion measured over nine feet. Nows and Press. C. B. Williugham, the gentleman ly agent of this, Vinita & Las Vegas mail line, paid us a visit last Thurs day, on his way to Vegas, on business. Ve learned from him that Mr, A Nelson, of Anlou Chico, had thegooi fortune to recover a herd ot about 2,000 sheep, with which one of his herders tried to abscond. Mr. Nelson wants it stated iu the columns of the Chronicle, that his success is due chiefly to the liberal and timely as sistance of the people in the Pan Handle country, to whom he thus re peats his sincere thanks. This is not the first time that we hear of the good will and generosity of the people down there. On several former occasions have our citizens re ceived ample proof that the cow-boys of the plains iu the Lone Star State hayc big hearts, full of kindness, to strangers in distress of that kind. You will always find the latchstring of their cabin doer hanging on the outside, aiid the last biscuit and sad de horse at your disposal, to expe díate pursuit. We know of men down there who unhitched their team in the field, allowing their plow to lay idle for the remainder of that day, to furnish relays to men engaged in the pursuit of stolen stock and speed you on the road with the command to "spare neither spur nor whip, and ImavGod bless you." lo hare to deal with such folks i a joy, and we are very glad, indeed, that Mr. Nelson occasion to bring the Jiollcin! No- 2!3 son requeríaos oe mauuar a arco de Alberto de Silva. JJc otro i .11. ii ,.n i.i ni i il r . í!r liíippr- Arthur Morrison, Juez de Paz. mm 2. rent at the Apply 'to the New Store, East Las Ve-314-tf. Hot i York C ga,4. .-.-: - qr - y Jacten Pottery. The largest stock, in the United States, of Indian pottety, both anci ent and modern, at M. A. Gold's In dian department, Santa Fe, N. M.-ll-tf J.otsFor fíale. Parties desiring locations on which to build houses tor busiuess purposes or residences, would do well to call on the. undersigned, who will sell lots at reasonable rates. All said lots are iifu-Sfcd on the cast side of the rail- way'oppositc the depot. For terms etc., apply to At. oALAZAR. Office north-east comer of the plaza. 246-tf. Holbrook's tobacco is the best. Dissolution Notice. The firm of Douirher & Baca in this day dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. John Dougher retiring from the same Mr. Francisco Baca V Sandoval will continue the wholesale and retail li quor busiuess at the old stand, on his own account. John Douoiiku, Francisco Baca y Sandoval, Las V egas, N. M., Sept. 25. Fall and Winter Goods. I beg to inform my customers, that I am in receipt of part of my fall au;l winter slock. I shall make as before j a specialty of everything in the Boot and Shoe'linc. I am also offering this j year a nice line of Ladies Underwear and Hosiery, which I will s;ell at the ! lowest possible prices. i I have completed my stock in gents' j furnishing goods, so as to offer the ; finest selection in town. A choice line of Fall and winter' clothing is expected daily. 1 invite the public to inspect my jroods before buying elsewhere. 1 hold out as inducements low prices, a good selection and prompt attention. Ciias. E. V fiSCIlE. West Side of Plaza. Center Street BAKEET, -A-iicL J1j iiiich Counter. (Formerly Santa Fe Bakery.) IS NOW READY FOR BUSINESS Largest Oven in the Territory. Will supply Las Vegas and the Towns along the Road from Raton to San Marcial. Orders by lestev will receive prompt at t ention. II UBEHTT & ANGELL Alex. McLean. Robt. McLean . Jos. McLean. McLean Bros., Contractors and Builders. All kinds of Mason Work. Fino Plastering a Specialty. Contraéis taken in any Part of the Territory. Las Vegas, N. M. Referring to the above, I beg leave o inform mv friends and the public generally that "I will continue the wholesale and retail liquor business at the old stand, southeast corner of the plaza. Thankful for past patronage so lib erally bestowed on the old firm, Tres- neeifnllv ask a continuance oT the same. Francisco Baca y Sandoval Las Vegas, N. M. Sep . 25. Gents, bovs and made clothing at J. IlOSENWALD & Co childrens ready 41-tf Two good carpenters wanted im mediately Ijv Frank Ogdkn. 41-If H. Luca3 Manufacturer cf Mexican Filigree Jewelry. The manufacture of Filigree Jewel ry bv native workmen being a special ty iii my business, and many persons having expressed a desire to witness the process, I hereby extend a cordial invitation to all who may visit this city to cali (presenting this card) and give me the pleasure oi conuucini them through my Factory Santa . N. M. S. II. Lucas. Pickled pigs feet at A.J. Crawfords Fine Boots. J. W. Hanson &Co., hereby inform the public, that they are now prepar ed lo do all kiuds of work iu their inc. Fino work a speci.dtv. Shop on northwest corner of plaza. lG-4ni Native Vegetables, lliltv Bros., have made arrange ments with Messrs. Webber & Miller, of Mora couuty, to furnish them from now on, with all kinds ot native veg etables; such as cabagc, peas, beans. carrots, turnips ana ni" oiner kiuus oi garden products common 10 mis country. Native vegetables are much fresher, sweeter, and in the log run cheaper than t hose shipped here, so it will pay to patronize Hilly Bros. If. I would respectfully call the atten tion of ail persons going to and from the Whi'o Oak mines, ami the 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," aud make a ppecialty of miners, supplies, provisions ect. Anton Chi co is on the direct route to the mines and I sell goods at the lowest rates. David Winter nit. Anton Chico, N. M OTERO & JEAGEB, Dea leys in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Corn, Hay and Forage. Lincoln, Comity, jici Mexico. OTERO Y JEAGER, Traflcantci on Abarrotes, Provisiones, Zacate, etc., por Fletero. ! C oiKlixlo de Lincoln, Xew Mexico. IHnaoIiillou Notice. The flrm heretofore existing under the nnmo .f Levy, Cohn & Co., Is this clay dixHolved by mutual consent, Mv. II. Cohn remains iolu proprietor, anil aHSiuues all liabilities atfiilnst lie', former firm, aud collects all outstanding debtu. Lkvy, Cohx AC'o., h. con. Las Vef as, Oct. 2 1880. S7-!r. Why? Will you pay two prices to irresponsible ped iera for sewing iiiiieliiues, when for one half tlio money you can bur any first cluss machine made, and warrented from three to live years, among which are the Kinder, the White, l)n inestie, New American, et. For price apply to A T. Harrison, at Hammond's Hardware House, Trinidad, Colorado. ll-3m. has inven us sec the winter pass without some ef-j matter up again, aud wc trust that . i . ; ....t..nl Hkiq i a,.h nn..,.lAl.Ain íii'VíUvAfnvtni will ieciuni organization ngntuab m ur jkuimujiu., 'v,. ... The question now on picking up a Ln Vegas paper 1h not "whtns dead" but who's got nuy. babies thi morn-; J. Ciraaf &Co have bought the lot iu the new town whereon was situat ed the New York Hakery, and will proceed tw erect a lubstantlal adobe store where they will open a branch 1 1 keep up their fame oí liberality and hospitality whenever a chance is offer ed theni, especially to parties from down on the Canadian and in the Fan Handle, when they come on a similar errand of recovering stolon stock. ; lied River Ohrottiol. We are prepared to furnish all kinds of building materials for con tractors. Lockiiakt & Co. 21-tf. Go to M. Ileisc, on.the south side oí the plaza for line wines, liquors and cars. 253-if Administrator's Notice, Notice is hereby fiien that the Hon . l'robate Court in and lor ihe couuty ol San Miguel, and Territory of New Mexico, has appointed Hie un dersii ned adminMi'alór id' the estate of Frank Chapman, deceased. All persons indebted to said enlate will niako immediate settlement; and all persons having claims against said ci tato will present them within twelye months. M. BRUNSWICK, I'ij-ly Administrator. I.as Vcjfus, M.s Feb. 7th, 188U. Mr. 1. M. Joues desires to au- nounce to the public that he is now rible to accommodate a lew boarders nt reasonable rates, at the Las Vegas Bakery, South Second street near tho plaza. 56-2t. leliable Insurance LIVERPOOL, LON DON, & GLOBE. I HOME, of New York. SPRIjYGFIEJ.D, Fire and Marine, Mass. C. R. BROW IJVG, Agnt. Off co in the new town. Coffins j Casliets and Undertaking Goods of all lands kept constant ly on hand bii FRANK OGDEN, Las Vcúas. N. M. Orders promptly filled, Go to ,7 udd's Barber Shop and get scraped, Exchange Hotel. tf. Pickets for sale at Lockhart & Co's planing mill. 29-tf. Notick is hereby yivcu that I have at nrcsent no ateut or agents Wanted. Ten stone masons. Good wasres paid. Apply to D. C. McCuire Las Vegas, N. M. 57-tf. O. i. Ilouchton has a regular ar senal oí tire-arms, the lvrgcst stock in all the west. It is not only for a re tail, but for a wholesale trade" Unit he is prepared. His advantages for buy ing enables him to sell this class of goods as low as they can be got anywhere. "Wines and liquors of the best qual- whatsocver and that all my business itv, and ot the best brand at wholn- aftairs will be managed by myself j sale or retail at M. Heiae's, south sido Philip Holzman, I.as Vegas, Sept. 22; 1880. 49-tf. Clean towels and sharp Jttdd's Barber Shop, Hotel. razors at ian tf Exchange of the plaza, Las Vegas, N. M. 8.13-tí A full assortment of Homeopathic remedies constantly kept on baud at the Central Drug Store. 813-tf. Lockhart & Co. have riccivod a Brick for sale in large or sin? 11 1 largo stock of oils and paints; also quantities, at Lockhart & Co's. ! "Holdens enamel paint"which is wa- (er proof and ready for use, is cou- A fresh assortment of gent's turn I staidly kept by them. 50-tf. isbiiig goods jusi received nt the i ' : store oí C. E. Weschc. j Fon Rent. The corral of tiic Ex change Hotel on tno rinza. it All kinds of wolleu goods just re ceived and for sa o at low figures, at A'gasoliue atove with fixture for J. TtBH wavd k C. 41-tf ab. Inquirt at this iiet. -f. ing? JIOtKWt \n\n Los padres de los niños del precinto sus niños á la escuela publica, bajo el lo en conformidad de la ley.