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VEGA
GAZETTE
VOL.3.
:LAS ALEGAS 1ST M., SUNDAY, OCTCXBISR 1 0, 1880.
XO. 04.
LAS
s
BOSTON
CLOTHING
HOUSE
-IIAS-
REOPENED
-IN-
Lockiiart's Building
OPPOSITE
Browne & Manz'anarcs
-AND-
Will Sell You
GOODS
At Your Own Price.
J. B. A-LLEN'S
TAILORING
listfiblisliment,
Located on the street in rear of National
Hotel, No. 17, where he is prepared to
do all kinds of work in his line promptly
and in a workmanlike manner at reason
able prices.
J. N. FURLONG,
PHOTOGRAPHER.
Gallery in the Hear of the Exchange
Hotel, West Las Vegas.
Prank 7 . AVebber,
AUCTIONEER
lias constantly un hand Hoivics, Mules,
Harness Etc., and also buys and sells on
Commission. Sale of goods made at any
t'nc. Will be found on North-Eas
corner of Plaza, or word may be left at
this office.
M. SA-LAZAK.
a to it y e r- a r- la n;
Las Vegas
New Mexic
LAS VEGAS AND VINITA
AID EI LINE
Li
RUNNING DAILY FROM FOUT BASCOM.Ti
KOUT ELLIOTT.
Passengers anil Express matter leaving Liu
Vegas on Tuesday morning will be forwards
on weekly backboard through to any point
the Pan Handle of Texas. Charges reasonable
C. It. AUSTIN. Proprietor
MI
J. AV. LOVE,
Commission Merchant,
Las Vegas, New Mexico.
II AY,
GRAIN,
POTATOES,
APPLES,
Handled in Car Lots.
Hutlcr, Eggs and Poultry always on
hand. Cash paid on consignments
J, FRANCO OUAVE&
Attorney at Law
ALBUQUERQUE NKW MSXI C
TELEGRAPHIC
An Old Member Of the Tweed
Ring "Passes in His
Checks."
íieueral Hancock Thinks the
Tariff Question Cuts
no Figure.
Republican Leaders Have
Great Hope of Carry
ing Indiana.
Trouble Rrcwmg Among the
Indians m .Washing
ton Territory.
New York, October 9..-At Patter
son, N. J , last evening a prominent
Democrat is reported as having an
iulérview'with General "IlanctJtn
the tariff Quest ion. " flan cokwlÉ , He
question could not affect
f'ueturinor interests of the coJiflt
i in
the least and that his ele$tá$tuld
make no difference on way or an
other. There is to be a cpftRuu nuin
bcr of niill.ous of dollars raised 13
the tariff that can be gat iu no other
way and that must necessarily give
protection to the manufacturing in
terests of the country. The election
of a Dein? crat or of a Republican as
President cannot interfere wiih or
conflict with that in the least. Pat
terson people need have no anxiety
that I will ever fuvor anything that
interferes with manufacturing or in
dustrial interests of the country.
They will have just as much protec
tion under a Democratic as under a
Republican administration. The tar
iff question is a local question. The
same question was brought up once
in my native place in Pennsylvania
and it is a matter that the general
government seldom offers to inter
fere with and nothing is likely ever to
be done that will interfere with the
industries of the country "What do
you think of the outlook?" the Gen
eral was asked. "It is very favorable,
very favorable indeed," replied the
General. "All the letters and dis
patches received this morning are
very favorable." The General inti
mated that there was no fun running
for President in c usequence of the
immense amount of labor involved,
lie said his correspondence bad grown
immense. He had not had time to
open the Avholc of his morning's mail
up to noon and it was more than one
could do to keep all the engagements
he was called upon to meet.
New York, October 9. A cable
gram announces the death in Loudon
yesterday of John Gornex, well
known in connection with Tweed's
regime, as tho man who carried to
Albany money by which the Tweed
charter was passed.
The Herald says Tammany and Irv
ing Halls are still politically as near
together as the earth and planet Nep
tune. Among Hancock's visitors
yesterday were J. W. Rossitcr of San
Francisco, and E. Ricrs, Portland.
The Californians registered iu Par
is, October 8lh were Wm. Birk, Dr.
and Mrs. Todd, and Father Malo
connected with the Catholic Indian
Mission and twenty years ago a
prominent infidel. He is there rais
ing money for Indian work. For the
last three years Father Maio has been
all over the Western states collecting
for missions and giving aid wherever
needed. The missionary confirms the
afoe repeated assertion that the In
dian must go down before the white
men. All tho congregations he es
tablished during his twenty years of
labor are s ill iu existence but in
many cases with reduced numbers.
New York, October 9. A Broad
street journal of to-day estimates that
from the wheat growing returns to
the 25th of September this year the
total amouut of American whest will
not exceed 465,000,000 bushels and
will probably prove ten millions less
The California and Oregon returns
are reported and estimated at 38,000,
000 bushels. The requirement for
home consumption from this season's
crop is estimated at 260,000,000 bush
els, leaving 184,000,000 bushels sur
plus. Tho California district is
credited with 28,000,000 bushels sur
plus for export.
Chicago, October 9. All the mar
kets arc stronger and higher; grain
rather excited: wheat 97 1-2 cents per
bushel.
Del Norte, Col. Oct. 9. The dispo
sition entertained by Mr. Kline to
wards the murdered mau Jackson
has been proven by his own words
which corroborate tho suspicious en
tertained concerning him previous to
the receipt of the following informa
tion by a letter received this evening,
dated at Suaguachc, October 8th
which savs: A Gentleman in town
states that the qucs'iou was asked
Mr. Kline, whether he thought young
Jackson would be tried by the laws
of Colorado, when he answered, not
by a d n sight. This is tho second let
ter received from different parties
concerning tho language used by
Kline and his accessaries, made in the
presence of witnesses. The carrier
returned from Gunnison City to Sau
guache yesterday and stated that
Jackson had not been brought there.
Hartford, Oct 9. There was an ac
cident on tho New York and New
England Railroad, at Hope river, near
Williameutic, last night, caused by
a collissiou between a passenger
and accommodation train, leaving
this city last night, and an extra
freight train going west from Will-
.... i ? i
-ianient lc. The wrecK was a oau one.
Engineer's Kceney and Flood and the
firemen, Farsythc and Hurley, were
killed and the conductor, Aldridge,
of the freight train was badly injured
and probably will die. The couduc
tor of the freight train is said to be
in tho blame for the accident as he
should have held his train at William
eutic till the passenger train passed
there.
New York, October 9.--The latest
advices from Indiana give tho Re
publican leaders great hopc of suc
cess on Tuesday's election. The Dem
ocrats are unquestionably alarmed by
their canvass of tho probable vote
andaré drawing considerabloums of
money from here for use on election
day. They now claim less than six
thousand plurality against fourteen
thousand majority two years ago.
The canvass has become so severe in
its intensity as to excite much fear of
violence iu Indianopolis and other
populous locatious.
San Francisco, Cab, October 9.
A Seattle dispatch announces that on
Tuesday lastrón Baker River Ander
son Evarts was attacked iu bis cabin
by two Indians both of whom he
killed. Tho difficulty arose from Ev
arts charging the Indians with steal
ing from him. Evaus and his parduer
abandoned their ranch. The Indians
sent out runners to summons a grand
council. The settlers are much
alarmed and gathering at, Pleasant's
ranch.
Loudon, October !). A Paris dis
patch to the Daily News says : Xo
syndicate has yet been formed for the
promotion of the Panama canal
scheme but if the issue of stock
should take place all the leading es
tablishments would consent to raise
subscriptions.
Dubliu, October 9. Sweeney and
Gonuon were arrested in connection
with the murder of Lord Morris and
have been remanded to prison in con
sequcucoofau affidavit made by the
police that important evidence rela
tive to tho murder was obtained this
afternoon.
Washington, October 9. Associate
Judge Clifford, of the Supreme court,
who arrived yesterday from Boston,
was taken suddenly ill on the train;
ho was in a serious condition last
night being at times delirious. Two
physicians are in attcudence.
Paris, October 9. Six German
Franciscoans, at Epiual, have been
expelled from France, and English
passionists in Paris are threatened
with a similar fato
Athens, October 9. The city is full
of people and a warlike bustle pre
vails; the army gains iu dimensions
daily and bids fair to bo a very effect
ive force.
Priuco Bismarck's latest scheme
Is somewhat of the nature of a com
pulsory mutual benefit and assurance
society society for working men. It
is reported that as a, result of recent
correspondence and interviews with
skilled economists, a bill will be pre
sented to the next session of Ihe
Prussian parliament for Ihe formation
of such a society, to which employers
and employes will be compelled to
contribute.
It is difficult to becjnie lunilla
with the wheels of a watch, bo many
of tlieua travl incoe
Texas Fever.
But there is a disease which comes
from the country to the south of the
thirty-seventh degree of north lati
tude during the summer mouths, and
affects not men, but cattle, ani upon
its steady progress we have reason al
ways to look with alarm. It is known
as the Spanish or Texas fever, and is
due to a living poison which rapidly
multiplies itself in the bcat. Wc are
now in tbe season when cases of this
exceedingly fatal epizootic diseases
are developing among the cattle
brought hither from the West and
South Its appearauce iu cattle ship
ped to Europe probably afforded the
occasion for the restrictions on the
trade which provoked so mticu criti
cism of the Euglish Privy Council.
Even after the cattle have been care
fully examined by a veterinary phy
sician before their embarkation, this
Texas fever will sometimes appear
among them on shipboard dur ng
August and September. It is an epi
zootic about which comparatively
little has been known, and yet it is
one which has been making pretty
steady progress since it was first no
ticed in 1814 by a medical lecturer in
Philadelphia. The diseae,we know, i
favored by hot, dry weather, and i
arrested by cold, disappearing with
the first frost in the districts where it
is not native ; but when it has once
established itself in a region, it will
exist continually without regard to
frost, as experience is proving. Its
range has extended northward, so
that whereas, sixty years ngo, Virginia
set up a quarautmc against South
Carolina cat tie on account of the fever,
lh district infected now includes a
part of Virginia itself, nint it is not
possible to say what will be the re
sult of allowing it to invade new
regions yea'1 after year. The study
of the disease, indeed, leads to the tear
that it living poison may in time be
come inured to the cold, and increase
its latitude northward steadily until
the whole country, is affected. Dr.
I). E. Salmon, who has prepared a re
port on tho Spanish or Texas fever,
from which the facts wc have related
were obtained, places the area of the
district infected at 550,000 square
miles. It is bounded on the nort by
aline commencing on the thirty-fev-enth
parallel in Virginia, runs south
west to the Blue Ridge at the state line,
continues aloug this chain across
North Carolina, South Carolina and
Georgia to about latitude 34 deg. 30
miu., and follows that parallel west
to the Rocky mountains. The dis
trict extends southward from this
line to tbe Atlantic and Gulf of Mexi
co. Though noticed as long ago as
1814 the fever attracted very little at
tention until 1853, when it was intro
duced into the west through the driv
ing north of cattle from Texas. A
few years later it swept over Kansas
and Iowa, and in 1861 the fa'ality from
it was so great in the west that strin
gent laws were passed in several
western states to regulate tho move
ment of Texas cattle. Iu 1808, when
thousands of these cattle were put
out to pasture in Illinois for a lew
weeks before being sent to market
tlio native cattlo look the disease, and
were almost completely distroyed by
it iu the- southern counties. This
brief history of what the Texas fever
has done in the past suggests what
wo have to fear from it hereafter, and
shows how important is Dr. Sal
mon's recommendation that Hie sub
ject should bo further investigated
and the means of curing or extermin
ating the disease sought for unceas
ingly. There is no form of fever to
which cattle are subject that gives so
little outward sign of its presence as
this. It mav bo latent in the system,
and become virulent by the artificial
ra'sing of the temperature by stam
peding or by a long stay on ship
board. It is not, except rarely, trans
mitted to the cattlo of the region
from which it comes one to another,
but is priven to all others. Grazing
or traveling over the same ground
passed by Tcxus cattle is enotign for
the communication of ihe disease.
N. Y. Sun.
O- EC- MOOBB,
Dealer in General Merchandise.
Puerto de Luna,
New Mexico
A TTO IIXEY-A T-LA IT,
Las Vioas. - - - Níw Mexico.
Will practice in all the Courts of Law and Equi
ty In the Territory. Especial attention glveu to
the collection of claim and remittances mada
promptly, t. 3, Com ml loner; notary iuonc.
WANTED-
w
ANTED. A good gardener. Apply to
Mrs, Dcsiuarais, Las vegas.
WAX'lED. -Immediately, at the hotel of
Mrs. V. M. Cuinmlngs, at San Marcial,
one good first cook and one good second cook
also one good waiter. n."0-iv
WANTED. A good blacksmith to do gen
eral work. Apply to Chas. Hlaucliurd,
Las Vegas, or address John Pendaries. Hincón,
N.M. 4S-2W
FOR SALE.
TTIOR SALE. A good saddle horse, by Mrs,
Desmuráis.
Ty ACA HALL FOR, RENT. The proprietor
3 wishing to remove his. residence will rent
Ituca Hal 1 for the coming season, or will sell it
for a reasonable price. The hall Is tho beat In
the Territory and Is provided with a stage and
complete scenery. Address,
AN IONIO JOSE HACA
Las Vegas, N. M.
I7IOR RENT. My private residenco, with or
" without lurnitMre. Apply for informa
tion at tho uazcttu oran or on the premises.
iiW
THEODORE WAUNER.
I IMF. FOR SALE. Tiy Moore & Huff, at Ihe
'j Hot Springs. Leave orders at Herbert &
Co'silrug store, on the plaza
1710I1 SALE: My house and land situated at
J West Las Vegas, near the Grand View
Hotel. For terms apply to the undersigned,
L:m VegaB, N. M. D. PEREZ.
Sept. 25th, 18S0.B51-lm.
F
Oil SALE. 100 head of cntt'e. For further
information apply to Jalla Bros. Las V e
ías umkA. Nelson X Co , Anton Chico, a. JH.
ITOR SALE A good sixteen horse power
J steam engine, all in running order and
largo enough to run a flour mill. Any person
le irmg to see it running can do so any day at
my planing mill at Las Vegas. Applv for
terms t JOHN 15. DOT EN.
23U-tf
EXCHANCE
G-
HALL
A. T. Hoover, 3?rop.
In farmer Exchange Hotel Building, on the
Plaza, Las Vegas, N. 31.
iSTow open for Transient
Guests and Regular
Boarders.
The Best Place
TO ZBTJTT
A NEW BUGGY
-OH-
CARRIAGE.
Is from a Man thnt un
tier stands the wants -of
the Countrjf.
The Only Carriage Shop in New Mexi
co. The only Full Stock of Carriage
Material in the "West is kept by
ir. n. snurr, l v, x. m.
Thee. Rutenbeck.
Practical Watchmaker
AND DEALER IN
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry
impairing done at Reasonable Rates and all
work guaranteed. Shop In Koseuwald's block.
J. S. BROWNEWELL,
Contractor and Builder
Will contract for Rock. Adobe, It rick, Frame
or any other kind of building.
JO RISING DONE TO ORDER.
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
Stock taken in trade at reasonable rates. Ad
dress Albuquerque, N M.
w.lWvll
Charles Wheelock,
ARCHITECT and SUPERINTENDENT
Las Ykuas, N kw iUicxico.
OFFICE outh First Street, South of Con
vent .
Will amisli Plans, Specifications and Est!
mates, for al I kinds of Mechanical Structures
such as Court Houses, School Houses, Jails
lliislncss Houses, Hotels, Churches, llank
Residences etc.
íiDUAltDO MARTINEZ,
It! relia it.t,
V complete assortment of General Merchan dse
kept on hand.
vVOOL, HIDES, CATTLE ANI'
SHEEP,
nought, nt Highest Market PrircN
Anion Chico, Jycw Mexico.
J. JÜL. CTJ 1T 2TXT Or JJLJIL
homeopathic rnrsicitx AI)
svnaEox.
Las Veo as,
New Mexico
Willpractice iu all the northern counties of the
lerntury.
i:O...MeKAY,
RESTAURANT
-AND-
8 AEl
D
Something Good to Drink,
Lunch at any hour from 0 till 11 A. M.
EAST LA3 VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO
Opp 1 1 n i Jliir.ieiifirci.
DITEWnY SAIiOON
ALBERT &, HERBER, Proprietor?.
Opposite JaiTa Bros., East Side.
Fresh jicer always on Draught. Al
so Fine Ciga'n and Whiskey.
Lunch Counter in Can
nectiou, F. C. Uartsolf,
CONTRCTOE & BUILDER
Las Vegas, Mew Mexico.
H W IS X N& F A bTaÑ ,
General Comm'n. Merchants
ANO SALESMEN FOR
E3-A.STEE.lsr HTJSU3,
OfKcs East side K. R. Ave., opposite r.rowne k
Manzanares.
W. Steele,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE for Precinct X.
20, East Las Vegas.
Real Estate, Collecting Agent ui Cott
ancer. Deeds, Mortgages and Justices' f'.lanks ftr
sale.
Oflice on tho hill between Ihe old aid sew
towns.
HOPPEE BBOS
Dealers in
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES.
Produce a Specialty. Orders filled on short
tice. Proprietors of the
Delmonico Restaurant.
East Las Vesas, N. SI.
John C. Carais,
THE BOSS
Soot 4V Shoemaker
OF
Opposite Jaffa Bros., guarantees latitfaetiei
and a perfect lit or no pay.
W. H. WHITELAW
Attorney at Law,
Will attend to all legal business promptly,
Center Street, East Las Vegas, New Mexieo.
179-d.
JNO. F. BOS'TWICK.
P. O, LY DON
BOSTWICK & LYDON
Attorneys-at-Iiaw.
Olliee at Exchange Hotel Building.
Las Veoas, N. M.
Santa JFc Mfikery
Centre St., East Las Vegas.
Everything in the bakers line constantly
on hand
HUBERT Y & ANGELL, Prop'rs.
T. J. FLEEftflAftS,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
ALL KINDS OF
Cutting & Repairing'
ID02ÑTE TO OEDEB.
Shop in Dolds' Block, Northwest
Corner of the Plaza.
JXT-A.KT 1ST. XiTJCERO,
Manufacturer of
MEXICAN JEWELRY
LAS VEGAS, - - - N.M.
In Romero Building, East Side of the Pla.a.
N. J- PETTIjOHN, M. D-.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
Hot Springs and Las Veyah.
Chronic Diseases and Diseases of Female
Specialty .
HOT SPRINGS - - - 8 to I.' A.M..
LAS VKGAS Central Drug Store, 2 to 15 P. M.
W. G. Ward
Contractor and Builder,
LAS VEGAS, N.Jkl.
ALFRED D. SAGKR,
ATTORNEY A.'.V TjA."W
Dold'sBuildin.
LAS VEGAS, - - N. U
TT71 ANDREWS,
SANTA FE, ... NEW MEXICO.
Prices for Assaying Gold, $2.50; ,
Silver, $1.50; Lead, $1.50; "Copper,
$3.00. Samples b mail will receive
prompt attention.
MRS. R. J. HAMILTON '
has opened her
DRESS -MAZING SHOP
at; the house directly opposite the defo
East Las Vega, N., M. mid as sh is an ol
resident of Vegts, she Is ready once more l
CUT, FIT AND MAKE DRESSES lor her ol
iriends and new ones. Satisfaction guaranteed
or no charges.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
BIBLES! BIBLES! BIBLES!
Of eTfir kind and style, at Re. 1). W. Cal
fee's. English and Spanish, or in any other
lantuatg, lor sale clieup or given away.
M. MATTHIESON,
Dietrtct Superintendent U. B. I. lor Sew
Mexico audArligea.

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