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THUiTSD A Y. OC'ÍOP.EIí 11. 1880 IJLI .I.L.J. 1 -HI Tiie Democratic Convention. Yoiinlay I In; inunly democratic convention wm held Hi the city. Thriv v. as ;i lare attendance ami promiuuit democrats from all part of the count y wen- in council in refer ence to tin; boi-t county ticket. The convention met in the morning anl u n cidlcd io unlcr by Don Desiderio Homero, member of the county cen tral commit it. i ion. Eduardo Mar line, of Anion t'nico, was elected unipoi'ar chairman and Hon. Juan li. l'alron of Santa, Hosa, temporary i.'crctary. A-. ;!1 the delegates ltad iio armed, a recess was taken until the afternoon at i wo o'clock. Oil reassembling a permanent r J4hii zation was affected by electing Hon. Podro Value president of Iho I'onTCutioii, and Jose Albino Haca and Lorenzo Labadic vice-presidents. .Mcsscr?. Tranquilino Labadie and Major Morrison were elected secre taries. The secretaries were designated as a committer mi credential. On exam ination it was found that all the pre cinct of i he county were fully icpre-.-eti'ed excepting four which were lillcd by proxy. Considerable i!ueus,-ioii occurred over i he appointment, of a committee io nominate a ticket and it was finally settled to appoint three from each precinct which was accordingly done. I he court house being found loo small to accommodate the audience. the meeting was adjourned to Baca Hall. After the committee on nomina tions and platform had retired, the opportunity whs improved to make speeches. A number of prominent party leaders were called out and ad dressed the convention on the issues of the campaign. Among these were I Ion. M. A. Otero, condidate for Con gress, Mes.-rs. Major Morrison, Sagcr, W. 11. Whitelaw and many other. The. Las Vegas band furnished music throughout the convention. The meeting ran long into the night. The following is the ticket nominat ed : . Probate .Judge, Jose Albino Haca. Sheriff, .Mariano Moiitoyo. County Clerk, Tranquilino Labadie. Treasurer, Chas. IIfe!d. Senators, Francisco Aragón and Desiderio Homero. líepreseutalives, U. J, Holme, Franc'ue.o liovlcdo, Victor Lucero, Tomas Tafoya, Antonio Scdillo. County Commissioners, Amtonio.A. Homero, Henry Cocke, Jose Sauchez. r-e.hool Commissioners, John Pan darle. Tomas Gallegos, Hev. J. U Pay ft. Dastardly Murder. Last night at about 10 o'clock a die. liculty occurred a', a dance hall in the south part of town which resulted iu the dentil ni Augiutin. Montoya. Dancing was iu progress in the saloon when a dispute arose between Mon toya nnd Dieuicio (arcia, the son of the proprietor of the housx Montoya went ouUido of I lie house and told Gracia if he wanted to tight tocóme out. The latter came to the door with a pi-tol drawn and -on seeing Montoya iiml, the ball parsing through lliclett breast in the vicinity of the hail. The victim lived but ior a lew bonis alter the occui renoe. (arcin i- a boy aboiu 'JO years of age. Montoya w as a middle aged man and a as considered a peaceable and good citizen, lie leave." a wife and family. (Jracia was captured and lodged in i he jail. Having purchased the job ollice of Mr. Daniel Taylor, ol this city and 'which added lo our original job presses and material, we claim to hxe the most coinplele and perfect printing ofl'n-o in New Mexico. We are now prepared to do printing of almost any kind at the shortest notice, iu the bo manner and at, low prices. Mr. Talor will leniain in charge of the jobbing department, and bebas a reputation for neat and handsome work, second to none other in New Mexico. Mr. (iildig,of the Las Vegas news stand, will circulate the daily Ga .utth on tho east side, and we be speak lor him a liberal patronage. He i fully alive to the growing in terests of tho town, nnd believes in pushing business. Advertisements and orders for job work left with him will receive prompt attention. .-Dr. J. M. Cunningham nrnved front Rincón yesterday. Ho is au thority for the statement that they had eighteen inches of snow there on a level. Monday. - . . . ... 'T.-Moro euoW this side"íhaiT beyond the Glorieta summit. A Woolen Mill. The following proposition for the ; establishment of a woolen mill at Las Vega, is contained iu a private letter to Mr. Sulzbacher of this' city. It will beur perusal and bhould have a careful consideration. We can afford to encourage manufacturing enter prise, and woolen mills especially, as nothing else can so greatly con tribute to the permanent growth and prosperity of the town. The propo sition of Air. Curoy fchould receive immediate and careful attention. It seems reasonable, and we think the plan perfectly feasible. Such an institution once established w ould draw others, until Las Vegas would grow into a great mauufactur- ing ceutre, audit would sayo to the people money expended in freights. The following is the letter: Cemerville, Appaueosa Co., Iowa, Oct. 6, 1880. Dear Sir: I have now in mv hands the disposal of a first class woolen mill, in which I have the controlling interest. T contemplate with the consent of the stockholder?, to move the machinery west, and am now on a tour for that purpose in the Stateoflowa. I have had auumber of oilers to locate, and iu each case the amount of bonus was in all liberal, but the surrouudiug were not such as would justify. I have some knowledge of New j Mexico and Eastern Colorado, and from my per sonal knowledge of the country I am confident a woolen factory would do well in many respects. The cost of the inachiuory ot this factory mentioned is $28.000, loms, spindles, &c, with boiler and engine. The expense of removal would neces sarily be great, and entail upon the stockholders an expense which many of them would avoid if possible. In your opinion do you think that there arc sufficient inducements to lo cate a factory of this kiud at Las Ve gas, and should we conclude to go to New Mexico, could we got a bonus? How much of a subscription could we raise? Could we get a bonus of six thousand dollars, and not one cent asked until the machinery was un loaded iu your town? Then of course we would want to be secured in the amount, and have the funds made available, so we could proceed to work, &c. Hoping to hear from you at an ear ly date, address me at this poivt, as 1 shall remain here a lew days. Yours Respectfully, F. M. Conroy. The great secret of the Itepubli- can partv is its organization. It moves like an army with perfect dis cipline. When it is thoroughly aroused, when it is woke up by great danger of defeat, it throws iuto the campaign an enthusiasm, a power and unity which breaks down before it all disorganized masses, even though the latter be in the majority. Iu off years as they are called, it docs not get the proper spirit up, but when it comes to a presidential eleetpou, and the prosperity of the country, accord ing to its tenents, depends upon the election of its candidates, then the party comes up to the work like a giant, fully armed and equipped for the fray, and the opposition must be strong indeed if it does not go down before this party. --- We have received a copy of the charter and by-laws of tho Las Vegas & St. Louis Miuing and Smelting Company. This constitutes a pam phlet of sixteen pages. It is printed by Mr. Daniel Taylor, book and job printer of this city, and i about as handsome a specimen of the typo graphic art as can be found anywhere. Las Vegas can be congratulated upon having such excellent facilities for do ing work; and artists to do it. At the Sumner House are regis tered II. R. llilbon, wife and two children, Topeka, Kansas ; J. Collins and sister, Philadelphia, Pa ; Geo. Van Evey, Illinois; J. C. Leary, Iowa, F. Park, Pa.; S. L. Wiley, Boston, Mass. -- Mr. Leon Buercr of the Nopals camp is in the city and sold to-day to W. E. Mabry, of Illinois, for a good rouud sum, an interest in two of his claims in the Nogals, the Gorilla aud the Hlue Wasp. . m 1 1 Hilly Burton is fixing up the neatest aud handsomest saloon in the Territory in the Dold building. .lie proposes to have carpeted rooms and everything iu first-class style. He will keep the best of everything a person may call for. ,i J. C. Bush, who does the tele graph editing on the Gazette of nights, returned to duty yesterday, from a trip to Bernalillo aud Santa Fe. The telegraphic report of the elections given by the Gazette has not been excelled by auy paper south of Denver. Local Items. lleudrieks ! V Clear aud pleasant. The school house is too sinal'. Mr. Flersheim win a passenger north yesterday. How does the news from "Inje auny" strike you ? Kirkpatrick is back to Vegas. He stops at the Sumnc . Do you now know on which side of the fence to get down? The Sun asks "can Ila.cock carry New York?" Portentious 'ques tion. Yesterday wa3 something like de cent overhead, but we forbear com ment upon the underfoot. There will be plenty of snow iu the mountains this winter, according to the way it has commenced. Philip Ilolzman has moved his family into the house owned by Mr. Gist. An unusually large number of passengers came in from the North to-day. Messrs. Lorenzo Litbadieand Son, T. Labadie, of Santa Rosa, are in the city. Rev. Ilarwood, after speudiug some weeks in the city, will go south to-day. Hon. Juau Patronof Santa Posa was in attendance at the Convention yesterday. Why send your job work east when it can be done at home cheaper and better. --Hon. Pedro Valdes, of Sapello was rallying the Democratic hosts to the councils. Marwed & Co. will open up their stack of hardware in a few days in Rosenwald's block. The turkey dinner at the Sumner House bring the boys around prompt ly at twelve o'clock. " Why don't the street railway an nounce something, or tell us that they will not proceed this winter. lion. Eduardo Martinez, of An ton Chico, was in attendance at the democratic convention yesterday. Green, cf the Panhandle restau rant, is becoming thoroughly natural ized, and is doing a good business, to start on. At the St. Nicholas Hotel are reg istered : E. Janes and wife", J. II. White, W. H. Lernod, S. AV. Lee, Hot Springs; R. J. Holms. Capt. L. C. Fort has returned from Arkansas. He expects to go to Socorro in a short time ana establish himself there permanently. For fhe sake of decency let some restraint be imposed upon the runners at the depot, who make it al most impossible for passengers to alight. Dr. Skipwith returned to Vegas yesterday and among his other bag gage was a double back action bed or cot, that folds up into a very small space. W A. Givens and John Chapman started for Santa Fe yesterday with a load of sewing machines. Givens will look after his bonanza in the Ce rillos. Tho new dining hall will soon be ready for occupancy. We will have a more businesslike station and sur rounding then than I hey boast of at Topeka. O. L. Houghton has ordered an en tire outfit of tinners tools aud i!i?elin cry and will open u tin shop iu con nection with his store on the plaza. He will be' prepared to do all kind ot tin work, repairiiiir, etc. ts , obV-. The old friends and customers of Philip Ilolzman will be glad to learn that he has opened out with a full as sortment of general merchandise in the rooms until recently occupied by Fralcy's meat market on the corner of Center street and Grand avenue tf. Referring to the above, 1 beg leave to inform my frieuds and the public generally that I will continue the. wholesale and retail liquor business at tlie old staud, southeast corner of the plaza. Thankful for past patronage so lib erally bestowed on the old firm, Ires pectfully ask a continuance of the same. Francisco Baca y, Sandoval. Las Vegas, N. M. Sep . 25. Cloaks and; dolmans superior anything in this country at J. ROSEMWALD & Co, to ALBERT &, HERBER, Proprietors. Opposite Jaffa Bros., East Side. Fresh Beer always on Draught. Al so Fme Cigars and Whiskey. Lunch Counter in Can ncctiou, Important Notice. For the benclltof our citizens who go euBt, the late copies nl'tliU paper will lie kept on lile In thr ticket ollice of the entongo, Burlington & Ojiin cy rni roud, ot fi:i Clark utreet, Chicago, ill., where thay ar ri vilce, t u ouIUhU rend itirce. Kb, Reopened. Mr. Philip Ilolzman has reopened his store ou the east side in the cor ner building formerly occupied by Fraley's meat market where he will be happy to see all his friends and customers. tf. Rubber over-hoes for ladies, gents and children at RoSENVVALl) & Co. A car load of bar iron will be re ceived in a few days by O. L. Hough ton. 3 Wanted. A woman to do general housework. Apply for information to this office. The reliable Old Liverpool Lou don & Globe Insurance Co., enclos ed checks to pay their losses in the fire here and writes to C. R. Brown ing, their agent, "You will please understand that this company takes no time iu makiug payments of losses nor deducts any interest therefrom; but makes its payments in full as soon as satisfactory proofs are received." The Springfield Fire& Marine, an other of Mr. browning's companies, was the first to adjust and pay its losses in the recent fire. Miss L. R. Moore, late of Chicago has recently brought from Eastern cities a full stock of lashionable mil linery and has opened a store two doors west of St. Nicholas Hotel, in Las Vegas, where she is prepared to suit alt customers who desire latest stvles in either wnnils nr work- All ladies who desire anything in her lire are eoruiauy invited to give tier a call before purchasing elsewhere. bb-c-o-d.ot. Those ladies hats aud bonnets re ceived yesterday are beauties indeed. They are perfectly lovely. On exhi bition at J. Bosenwai,d & Co. One hundred dozen ran -h eggs just, received at A. J. Crawford's. Xotlce. The parents of the children in pre cinct No. 26 are hereby required to send their children to the public scnooi under uic cnarge ot Alberto do Silva. Otherwise they will be com pelled to do so according to law. Arthur Morrison, 61-1 vv Justice of the Peace. Noticia! Los padres de los niños del precinto No- 26 son requeridos de mandar a sus niños á la escuela publica, bajo el cargo de Alberto de Silva. De otro modo ellos serán cumplidos do hacer lo cu conformidad de la ley. Arthur Morrison, Juez de Paz, Dissolution Ifotice Ihe firm of Doughcr Sé Haca ti this day dissolved by mutual consent, Mr John Dougher retiring from the saine Mr. Francisco Haw v Sandoval will continue the wholesale and "retail li' quor business at the old stand, on his own account. John Dougher, I'RANciseo Baca y Sandoval, i.as egas, jn . M., Sept. 2o. Pickled pigs feet at A.J. Crawfords Philip Ilolzman, -DEAI.LR IN- MERCppS H JU Corner of Centre Struct and Grand Avenue, East Las Vegas. As complete an assortment of Mer chandise as can be found anywhere which will be found anywhere which will be sold at the lowest possible rates. Reliable Insurance LIVERPOOL, LON DON, GLOBE. HOME, of, Yew Yorli. SPRINGFIEJ.D, Fire and Marine, Mass. C. B. BRO W IJ G, A int. Ofce in the new town. Coffins, Caskets and Undertaking Goods of all kinds kept constant ly on hand by FRANK OGDEN, Las Veúas. N. M. Orders promptly filled. I A T wiHi; mi Fall a t Wíníei ) ; . ALREADY OF COURSE, iiew York Clothing DON'T FAIL TO CALL. Also Agents for Devlin $ Co:, For Smts Made to Order -Cattáges to Rent. . . Two ncSfoUÍiges to rent at the j Hot Sprints. Abplv to the Now fYoxk Clothing Store, East Las Ve mWl. 311-tf. ! Indian Pottery. Am, The largest etock, in the United Stated of Indian potterv, both anci ent arid modern, ai M. A. Cold's In dian department, Santa Fe, N, M.tl-tf l,tH For Kale. Parties desiring locations on which to build houses tor business purposes or residences, would do well to call on the undersigued, who will sell lotH at reasonable rates. All said lots are situated on the east, side of the rail way opposite the depot. For terms etc., apply to M. Salazar. Office north-east coruer of the p!.iza. 246-tf. Holbrook's tobacco is the best. Fall and Winter Goods. I beg to inform my customers, that I am iu receipt of part of my fall and winter stock. I shall make as before a specialty of everything in the Boot and Shoe line. I am also offering this year a nice line of Ladies Underwear and Hosiery, which I will sell at the lowest possible prices. I 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. I 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. Fine Boots. J. W. Hanson &Co., hereby inform the public, that they are now prepar ed lodo all kinds of work in their line. Fine work a specialty. Shop on northwest corner of plaza. 16-4m I would respectfully call the atten tion of all persons going to and from Ihe White Oak mines, and the pub lic iu gcueral to the fact that I have removed our store from Tecolote to Antor Chico, where I 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. David Winteknitz, Anton Chico, N. M Wo are prepared to furnish all kinds of building materials for con tractors. LoCKHAItT & Co. 21-tf, Go to M. Ileisc, on the south side of the plaza for line wines, liquors aud gars. 253-tf Go to JuddVTiarber Shop and get semped, Exchange Hotel. tf. Pickets for sale af Lockhart & (Jo's planing mill. 2!Mf. Notick is hereby given that I have at present ;jo agent or agents whatsoever and that all my business allairs will be managed by "myself Pi 1 1 LIP HOLZM AN, ' Las Vegas,.Sept. 1880. 19 -tf. Clean towels aud sharp razors at Judd's Barbet Shop, Exchange Hotel. tf. Brick for sale iu large or small quantities, at Lockiiakt & Cors. A. fresh assortment of gent's furn isbiug goods just received at the store of C. E. V cache. All kinds of woüen goods just re. ccived and for sa e at low figures, at J. IÍOSENWALD & CO. 41-tf Piibbons for the millions at J. IÍOSENWAM) & C'O. Ladies suiti, silk, satin, cashmere the most beautiful goods you can wish for at J. ÜOSENWALD & Co. Gents, ready mada clothing, a large stock at J. Iíosunvtald & C. Boots and shoes a complete stock at J. IJOSENWALD & Co, ' ' Stock AT THE AND AT TIIE Center Street BAKEEY , And "Lunch 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 lester will receive prompt at- tention. II U BERT Y & ANGELL Alex. McLean. Robt. McLean. Jos. McLean. McLean Bros., Contractors and Builders. All kinds of Mason Work. Fine Plastering a Specially. Contacts taken in any Part of the Territory. Las Vegas, N. M. OTERO & JEAGER, Dealers i a GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Corn, Hay and Forage. G-UADALAJABA, Lincoln, County, Sieu Mexico. OTERO Y JEAGER, Traflcantts en Abarrotes, Provisiones, Zacate, etc., por Fleteros. C piulado le Lincoln, Wew Mexico. Iissolution Notice. The firm heretofore existing under the mini o uf Levy, Colin A Co., Is tina day dwsoed by mutual consent Mr. II. Colin remains ole iiorrieti.v, and assumes all liabilities alnst the former imil, iiml collects nil outstanding llt'btH- . .. J-KVT, Cons & Co., T ,r v 1. cohv. Lns egas, Oct. 2 lSSa. r7-3w. Why? W ill you pay two prices to irresponsible ped cra iur spwiii? machines, when ir one hair the money -you can buy any (list class machine made, and warren ted l'rom three to live years f","";,BhnhoSIniti.r, the White, Do! t! 'i'1 oV 'n"'rican 'te For price npplr ', 1 :..I.fll!,V,fl,on' llt Ji:ni.nioiid's Hardware House, trinidad, Colorado. 11 -Mm. Administrator's Xoticc. Xotice is Hereby .sen-en lhat tho linn . l'robalo Court in and lor the county ol Han MíkucI. and lerntory ol New Mexico, has appointed the un ( lei-signed adminiMnuór . f'thu estate ol Frank Chapman, deceased. All persons indebted to baiil estme will make immediato settlement: and all persons having claims against said ci. tine will present them within twclvo months , r , M. BÜL'NjSWICK, i T- , - Administi ior. Us egm, N . M. ; Feb. 7th, 1KS0. .Mr. 1'. M. Jones desires to an nounce to the public that he is now able to accommodate a few boarders at reasonable rates, at the Las Vegas Bakery, South Second Mrect near the l'1:lZil- 56-2t. A anted. Ten stone masons. Good wages paid. Apply to I). C. McGuiro Las egis, X. M. 57-tL O. L. Houghton has a regular ar senal of fire-arms, the L rgest stock in all the west. It is not only for a re tail, but for a wholesale) trade that he is prepared. Hie advantages for buy ing enables him to sell this class of goods as low as they can bo got any where. Wines and liquors of the best qual ity, and of the best brand at whole sale or retail at M. Ilcise's, south Bide of the pla.a, Las Vegas, N. M. 353-tf A full assortment of Homeopathic remedies constantly kept on hand at the Central Drug Store. 313-tf. Lockhart & Co. have received a largo stock of'.oils and paints; also "Holdens enamel pamfwhich is wa ter proof arid ready for use. is con stantly kept by them. CD-tf. Ton Bent. The corral of the Ex change Hotel on the Plaza. tf A gasoline stove with fixtures for tale. Inquire at this ettie. 46-tf. Store !