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Las Ve??s Daily Ga?ette
SATl.'iIUA Y. OCTOBLP. 16, 1880 A Visitors Verdict. Leaving behind the plains of Knu s, I directed my course to New Mexico, first arriving ut Las Vegas. 770 miles from lvanvis City, tlio first lioii.lt h report of my travel. The Hot .Springs of that name arc located about fivo mile i lroin the railroad town of La- Vegas and are easily reached. Ten of those not springs gush fourth from the foot of the niou Haiti at a temperature of about 13") dercep. Fahrenheit. They con tain traces of iodine, bromine and po-ta-iuii, and are s unnvhat impreg nated with sulphur, proving their of licaey in specific constitutional dis eases, rheumatism and other chronic disorders. 'I he A. T. Jfcfc. P. Rail way Company, have here built alargo hotel with a bath house, said to be larger than any simular bath house in the world, for the accomodation of visitors. Lecture of Dr. C. C. Turlcy before ti.e Southern Kansas Medical .Society. The New Hotel. The dit ectors of the Las Vegas Hotel company met yesterday and organized by electing Chas. Blanch, ard president; T. Homero, vicc-prcsi- dent; Geo. J. Dinkel, secretary, and .1. Heyuolds, Treasurer. They adopted bylaws and determin ed to proceed at once with ' tearing down the Tendaries building and ex cavating for the cellar. Bids will be received until Wednesday next for this purpose at the store of Chas. II- teJd. Tlio dirt and broken abobes are to be hauled and used to till up the street at either end or' tho bridge, un der the direction of W. II. Shupp Thus is this important enterprise ltd ly under headway. Mrs. Davis of .Santa Fe has been invited over to con sult with the directors in reference to the best, plans to be adopted. Mr Chas. Whcelock, the architect, has been instructed to draw plans at once for the building, The work will bo pushed at once vigorously and until co in j le led. Aviso tí Publico. (ue habiendo sido yo nominado co mo un miembro de hi comisión del condado de .San Miguel notifico que no acepto por achaques de mi salud. A. A. Homero It may not be generally known that there are many tine building lots in L is Vegas, surveyed and plated to which right and title can be secured by simply paying the registration fee and building a house of small dimen sions thereon. Mr. Aban Homero is the original commissioner who has the plat. It can be seen ami exarniu ed by calling on him. This plat was made under the direction of a special commissioner appointed for the town and the lots include some of the very best building sites for residences. In view' of the positive certainty that Las Vgas will be the important city oí the Territory, it would be no bad speculation for those with a little cap Hal to invest, t.. register a few lots and build a neat comfortable house thereon. Ti.ey would rcn' ior large interest oh the monev and be readably sileablcat good figures. ! - l int tri-w.ekly mail service on tin- l'ci-os a -id Ft. Stanloii route has gone into effect. This is the most gi gantic outrage ever perpetrated on an culerpi Uing people by the parsi monious doings of an ignorant con gress, 'i his s really the most im portant mail line in the west and no biickboaid will carry any two day's mail acioss the line. It is the only line by which thousands of miners, hundreds of slockraisers and import ant towns get mail. It passes through the very best agricultural, mineral and grazing section of .New Mexico, and the cutting down of the service will not only cause great inconven ience but decided los to the people of the Southern couutry. We hope the next congress, which it seems is to be of a different political complex ion than the last, will have sufficient 1 inelligence to make appropriations which will allow theso necessary dally mail lines to be re-established. It seems that Las Vegas is Hot the only place where night is occasionally made hideous and the days disagree able by the howls and ribaldry of the great unwashed. Thirty-Four says: The best people of this town demand the election of a justice of the peace peace and constable who will put a stop to the boisterous conduct and vile üiiguiige of drunkards on the streets. Another two story building on the north-east corner of the plaza would just, set it oft' wheu the hold and Romero's store uncompleted on the wed corner?. Local Items. Cold and frosty. Dr. Skipwith has bung out a new sign. Dionicio Gonzales and family are in town. Rafael Romero went to Santa Fe yesterday. J. S. Duucan and family go east to-dav. -Bilious fever appears to be mak ing a run in this section. IU Williams was among the ar rivals from Santa Fe yesterday. Build houses to rent. They will pay large interest on the money The new hotel is to bo three stor ies high and the best one in the Ter ritory. When it comes to newspapers Las Vegas is the boss town of the Territory. -Would it be sáfelo bet that Ken tucky would give a democratic ma jority this year. ...Tim railroad company has com menced to sink an Artesian well at Albuquerque. ...l .as Veiras has the Staked Plains as grazing grounds for her stockmen who reside here. fit.XlcholM.-E.l'. Weiss, Den ver; Chas. S. liothchild, Denver; L. E. Uolliday, Topcka. The cornice is being put on the . .11 . 14. First National B'Uik outiuiug. n looks exceedingly well. Afr C G. Coustaut of the '.lome Farm and Stock Weekly, published at Kuusas City is in the city. M rtrimswick :s hack from the east having purchased a large slock of goods for his handsome store on tne plaza. Louis llommel.San Loreuzo; Ar thur Dortey and C A, Zim, St. Louis andT. (.artrell, are registered at the National. -Mrs. Dr. S. E. Sheldon of Topeka is at the Sumner House. She has been at the Hot Springs for two weeks past. - Lewelling's hack got off for the White Oaks yesterday with Mr Wh'teman and several other passen gers on board. -Col. Steele is kept busy these days with offic'al duties. In decid ing cases and selling town lots he is driving a thriving business. A check for $3 in favor ot Louis Hommcl, drawn bv S. B. Watrous & Son, has been lost. All-persons are notified not to buy the same. Frank Ogden received the shin gles yesterday for the roof of Mr. Lopez' new house and will commeuce to drive the nails in-at once. Only four feet of snow at Del Norte the last storm. People in tin Rio Grande valley must look out for high water next summer. Jacob Gross has received a box of mineral specimens from the mines of f It n I Oft Vno-ns and St. Louis Milling I " s.ca-. - - Co., of which he is the secretary. A ioint stock company which would build houses to be leased to families would find profitable invest ment for their money in La3 Vegas. Tom. Bell, the pleasant and effi cient sales i an in Browuo & Manza nares, went to Socorro yesterday to serve the linn m tneir new nou.-.e there. Travel is now cutting around the hill to the new town, following no special road but going on a straight line, the Hhortesi distance betweeu two points. Antonio Aban Romero in u card in another column, declines the nomi nation of the Democratic Conveutiou, lor County Commissioner, on account of ill health. When an editor in this country talks about filing anything away for future reference, then we know he is a little oft. Editors hero tile papers in the waste basket. Sumner House II. R. Hilton, wife and two children; J. D. Collins and and sister, Philadelphia; Dr. G. E. Sheldon, Topeka; J. J. Squire, Kansas City; C. J. Lovejoy, Topcka. The stock raisers of Mora county will form a stock raisers association. They already have fifty members en rolled. At the next meeting in De cember t hey will udopt by-laws.. An article in an exchange is headed "Suicide of a Locomotive." Owing to a "tender" attachment, probably. It should have been "switched" oftener wheu young LiTéeditorial illuminator of the ".Optic sanctum has been graced with a handsome porcelain shade, the mod est compliments ot Deacon Sanford, miuo host of the St. Nicholas. Optic. Yes? Well ah, in other words bring your equatorial illitertitor around aud let us understand that item. Wood is scarce at fifty cents per i burro load. Where is the man Vo was goins to start a wood vard. ae i could make a small fortune in the ! investment. j Patrick Louuhliu is wanted by Miss Gertrude Gorman and her frieuds who are endeavoring to learn the whereabouts of Miss Gorman's brother's rematus. The two colored beligcrents who paired oiTon Wednesday were fined a V a piece at the East side tribunal yesterday where the erring arc caused to resort in spite of their wishes at sui h a crisis. The Mora County Stock Raisers Association advertises in another col umn for one Thomas Dean who stole stock in Mora county. His capture is worth one hundred dollars. Mr. Grzelachowski, of Puerto de Luna took ouc thousand dollars worth of stock in the new hotel com pany yesterday, considering it, as or ganized, a good and profitable invest ment. Married.- On Thursday evening October 14th, at the residence ol the bride's parents in Santa Fe, by Rev. D. A. Sanford of this city, Mr. L. N. Hopkins of Ft. Wingatc, to Miss Constance C , daughter of Gen. T. C. II. Smith. Judge Talbot and family, Mr. Gregory and family, Mr. Angelí and sister, Mr. Biglow and family, Rev. Cal fee and family and Mrs. George Moore formed a pleasant pic-uic par ty who took their dinners in the woods aboye the Springs yesterday. Itafeal Racl y Salazar met with a severe accident yesterday. He is one of the jailors and was on duty. By some accident a rifle fell om the floor and was discharged in the jailor's room. The ball passed through a par tition and struck Rael in the leg. Dr. Shout 'was called and dressei the wounded limb. The stage started out to White Oaks day before yesterday aud had to turn back because of a broken pole. It made another start yester day. Dr. Mably, Mr. Whiteman and the fanática- spiritualist who former ly owned the town site of Topeka were passengers. Russia has 650,000 h reditary na bobs, and 380,000 nobles whose titles do not oxter.' to their children. Notice. All persons indebted to nao ei her by note or account, are hereby notifi ed 1 1 in.t D. I. Shields Esq., is my only authorized agent and attorney for collection of the same. C, E. Wesciik. tf. All persons indebted to me, either on account or by note, are hereby notified that D. P. Shield, Esq., is niv only authorized agent and attorney for collection of the same. n68-tf C. E. Wrsciie. Laces of all kinds at J. Rosexwald & Co. Zephyrs all shades aud colors at, J. RoSFNWALD it C'O. J. H. Luca3 Manufacturer of Mexican Filigree Jewelry. The manufacture of Filigree Jewel ry bv native workmen being a special ty in my business, aud many persons having expressed a desire to witness the process, I hereby extend a cordial invitation to all who may visit this city to call (presenting this card) and give mo the pleasure of conducting them through my factory Santa c N. M. S. II. Lucas. Gents, boys and childrens ready made clothing at J. Rosexwald & Co. 41-tf. Two good carpenters wanted im mediately by Frank Ociden. 41-tf O. L. Houghton has ordered an en tire outfit of tinners tool and machín cry and will open a tin shop in con nectionwiti his store on the plaza. He .will be prepared to do all kind of tin work, repairing, etc. ts The old friends aud customers of Philip llolzman will he glad to learn that he has opened out with a tull as sortment of general merchandise in the rooms until recently occupied by Fralev's meat market on the corner of Center sircet and Grand avenue tf Referring to the above, I beg leave to inform my friends aud the public generally that 1 will continue the wholesale and retail liquor business at the old staud, southeast corner of the plaza. - Thankful for past patronage so lib eral I v bestowed on the old linn, Ires pectfully nsk n continuance of Ihe same. Francisco Baca y Saxdovai. Las Vegas, N M. Sep '0. Cloaks and" dolmans superior to anything in this country at J. Rosexwald & Co. Olio Hundred Dollar Rcwitrd. The above reward vtU be pul l by tlio Mora County Stodk Asuiiclalioii of Now Mexico for the arrest nnl delivery to tlio proper authori ties of oik; Thomas Dean, nlia Ciuimiinjrs. Also, a reward .f r will bo paid f r the ar rest and convietionol' anv thief for having stol en stock lrom a member or members ol tlio ns soci'ttlon. ii in t A reword of $100 will bo imld for the convic tion of any person v ho has bought utock stolen from member of Mm association, signed. MOKA CO. STUCK ASSOCIATION OF N. M. Reopened. Mr. Philip llolzman has reopened his store on the east side in the cor ner buildiujr 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 aud children ut Rosexwald & Co. A car load of bar iroii 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 Lon cbm & Globe lusurauce Co., enclos ed checks to pay their losses in the fire here aud writes to C. R. Brown ing, their agent, "You will please understand that this company takes no time iu making paymeuts o flosses nor deducts any interest thcretroni; but makes its payments iu full as soon as satisfactory proofs are received." The Springfield Fire & Marine, an other of Mr. rirowning's companies, was the first to adjust aud pay its losses in the recent lire. Miss L. 11. Moore, late of Chicago has recently brought from Eastern cities a full stock of lashionable mil- incry aud has oponed a store two doors west of St. Nicholas Hotel, in Las Vegas, where she is prepared to suit all customers who desire latest styles iu either goods or work. All ladies who desire anything in her lire are cordially invited to give her a call before purchasing elsewhere. 66-c-o-d.3t. i nose James nats and bonnets re ceived yesterday are beauties indeed 1 hey are perfectly lovely. On cxhi. bltioU at J. RoSENWAIiD & Co. One hundred dozen ran -h eggs just received at A. J. Crawford's. Notice. The parents of the children iu pre cinct No. 26 are hereby requited to send their children to the public school under the charge of Alberto de Silva. Otherwise they will be com pelled to do so accoroing to law. Arthur Morrison, 61-1 w Justice of the Peace. Noticia! Los padres do 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 de hacer lo en conformidad de la ley. Arthur Morrison, Juez do Faz, Isontiím Notice. The firm of Doughcr & Baca, i this day dissolvid by mutual consent, Mr. John Dougher retiriug from the 6ame Mr. Francisco Baca y Sandoval will coutiuuc the wholesale and retail li quor business at. the old stand, on his own account. John Dougher, Francisco Baca y Sandoval, Las egas, JM. M., Sept. 2o. Pickled pigs feet at A.J. Crawfords Philip llolzman, DKALLlt IN- Corner of Centre Street and Grand Avenue, East Las Vegas. As complete an assortment of Mer chandise as can be found anywhere which will be sold at the lowest pos sible ratej, Reliable Insurance LIVERPOOL, LON DON, $ GLOBE. HOME, of New York. SPRLYGFIEJ.D, Fire and Marine, Mass. C. 11. BROW IMG, ' Agnt. Off ce in the new town. Coffins, Caskets and Undertaking Goods of all kinds kepi constant ly on hand by FRANK OGDEN, Las Vegas, N. M. Orders promptly fdled. MERCHANDISE nn LrU Fall and Winter Stock ALREADY OF COURSE, OWEST New York Clothing DON'T FAIL TO CALL. Also Agents for Devlin $ Co., For S its Made to Order Cottages to Rent. Two new cottages to rent at the Hot Springs. Apply to the New York Clothing Store,' East Las Ve gas. 3H-tf. Indian Pottery. The largest stock, in the United States, of Indian pottety, both anci ent aud modem, at M. A Gold's In dian department, Santa Fe, N. M.41-IÍ' Lots ior feitle. Rtu-ties desiring locations on which to build houses tor business purposes or residences, would do well to call on the undcrsigucd, who will sell lots at reasonable rates. All Baid lots are ituated on the east side of the rail way opposite the depot. For terms etc., apply to M. Salazar. Office north-east corner of the p!aza. 246-tf. Ilolbrook's tobacco is the best. Fall and Winter Goods. I beg to inform my customers, that I am in receipt of part of my fall aui winter stock. I shall make as before a specialty of everything in the Boot and Shoe line. 1 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 gouts' furnishing goods, so as to offer the finest selection in town, A choice lino of Fall aud Winter clothing is expected daily. I invito the public to inspect my goods before buying elsewhere. 1 hold out as inducements low prices, a good selection and prompt attention. CitAS. E. Wksciik. West Side of Plaza. Fine Bcot3. J. W. Hanson &Co., hereby inform the public, that they are now prepar ed to do all kinds of work iu their line. Fine work a speci. lty. Shop on northwest corner of plaza. 16-lm I would respectfully call the atten tion of all persons going to and from the White Oak mines, and the pub lic iu 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; 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 Winternitz, Anton Chico, N. M We are prepared to furnish all kinds of building materials for con tractors. LOCKUAUT & Co. 21-tf. i',o to M. Hei-e.on the 6outh side of the plaza for fine wines, liquors and furs. 253-1 f Go to Judd's I'arber Shop and get scraped, Exchange Hotel. . tf. Pickets for sale at Lockh.irt & Cd's planing mill. 2'J-tf. Noticio is hereby given that I have at present no agent or agents whatsoever and that all my business allairs will be man igcd by myself FlIILIl HOLZMAX, Las Vegas, fiept. 22. 18b0. " 49-tf. Clean towels and sharp razors at Judd's IJarber (Shop, Exchange Hotel. tf. Brick for sale in largo or small quantities, at Lockiiaiit & Co's. A fresh assortment of gent'a fttru isl.ing goods jus., received at the store of C. E. Wesche. All kinds ol wolien goods just re. ceived aud for sa e at low figures, at J. IJOSEN'WALD & Co. 41-tf liibbons for the millions at J. KoSKNWALI) & Co. Ladies suit.?, silk, satin, cashmere the most beautiful goods you can wish for lit J. UoSHNWALD & Co. Gents, ready made clothing, a large slock at J. Kosknwalij & Co. Boots and shoes a complete tock at J. IÍ0KENWALD1& Co. AT THE AND AT THE Center Street BAKEEY A.nd Timcli Counter. (Formerly Santa Fe Bakery.) 13 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 Jester will receive prompt at tention. II UBEB.TY & ANGELL Alpx.McI.uan. Robt. McLean . Jos. McLean . McLean Bros., Contractors and Builders. All kinds of Mason Work. Fine Plastering a Specialty. Uoutracts taken in any Part of the Territory. Las Vegas, N. M. OTERO & JEAGER, Dealers tn GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Corn, Hay and Forage. Lincoln, Comity, neH Mexico. OTERO Y JEAGER, Traficante en Abarrotes, Provisiones, Zacate, etc., por Fleteros. CouOmlo de Lincoln, !ew Mexico. Dissolution Notice. Tlic firm hcri'tororo existing under the name fcf Levy, Colin A Co., in thin diy dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. II. Colin remain iolo iro).ni.ror. ami assumed all liabilaies ajr.ur.st the former llrm, and collects all outstanding tlubtlj- I.KVT, Con.vA Co., II. COHX. I-PCffas, Oct. 21SS0. 57-3W. Why? Will you vay two lirlces to irresponsible pod lers (or sewinjr machines, when tor one half the money you can buy any first class machine muue, and warrented from three to five yearn anions which aro the Singer, the White, l)o mestns , New American, etc. Kov price apply to A 1. Harrison, at Ilainmond'g Hardware liouse, Trinidad, Colorado. ll-3m. Atimluisli-ntor's Notice. Notice in hereby ftueu that the Hon. Prohato Court iu and lor l he comity oi Sun Miguel, and l.-mioiy of New Mexico, has appointed the un ilerMir.ied itdminUfmiói- . I' the estate ol Frank v ..lili:..., uur.eusuu.. ah persons indebted to sain e.iinle will make inmediato settlement: and all persons tiavii.fr claims against said es late will present them within IwelTe montos. . Al . HKUNstt JCK, . hi:):y Administrator. Cas cf,'as, N. M. Feb. 7th, laso. Mr. P. M. Joues desires to an nounce to the public that he is now able to accommodate a lew boarders at reasonable rates, at the Las Vegas Bakery, South Second street near tho I' I '""i. 56-2t. Wanted. Ten stone masons. Good wages pid. Apoly to D. C. McCuire La. Vega-, N. M. 57-tf. O L. Ilouirhton 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. His 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 I ho best brand at whole sale or retail at M. Ilcise's, south side of the plaza, Las Vegas, N. M. 353-tf A full assortment of Homeopathic remedies constantly kept on hand at the Central Drug toro. 313-tf. Lockhart & Co. have received a large stock of oils and paints; also "lloldens cnatnel uaint"which iu wa ter proof and ready for use. is con stantly kept by them. 60-tf. Fon Bent. The corral of the Ex change Hotel on the Plaza. tf A gasoline stove with lixtures for sale, inquire at this office. 6fi-lf. Store !