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; A K LAS VIG AS 1ST" r.,rLTTi:ST)AY, OCTOiU-llt ID, .1880. InO.81. ! J- rSm Krank .1 . Weblnu', A n m f W T 71 r I - - -j C. tt ( - i.i iu-ui and Mr. JuiiK's l':it-j U 1 1 JJ Li ll'rvtj arrived from lim White O-lc-, j U 1 1 Has constantly on liuii l ors vs. Mulos. Hanuvs lite, ami ;J..o 1 . g vs ami s-l!.-i oil ( aiiimiission. if: Is ni;!-!.' ;t aiiy time. Will Ik- I'oiiml corner of l'laza, or wor.l 1 1 1 is o Hire. on Nor! lil V be !- i:,iH ett an 3m Bli E w'Si PHOTOGRAPHER. Gallery in the Hear uf the Exchange Hotel, West Las Vegas. T. J. fleemajmT" MERCHANT TAILOR, ALT j KINDS OK Cut 1 ins: & Kcpsúrlaig IDOILTIE TO Shop in Holds' I'.lock. Northwest Corner of the Plaza. LAs"vi'i(i.SANTl) V1NITA EI LINE Itt.NNTNi; DAILY I'KOM FoliT 11 A SCO M TO roi:r l-xi.ioi t. riiHRPiiRors ami Express nintu-r haviim- I.iis Vc'UM ni TiH'sihiy moro i nir will In- l'.nvaii!-! on weekly l)ii(;klii):i'il tni'miuli l'i any pnhit in tlic. Tun Haii'liu of Texas. Chaces rea.iinaile. C. 11. ACS I IN. l'nii.rielii,'. Commission Mcrch an t, Las Vegas, New Mexico. HAY, G IIAIX, i'OTATOl'.s, ATl'LKS Iamlled in Car Lois. liu tier, Lirgs ami 1'onltry always on hand. C;ih paid on eoiiiííiimeiHí W. Steele, .ICSl lCl'; O V IT 110 TKACK Idi- I'lvciiic.t No. 211, Knsl Vejras. Uful IvslMle, Co'U'clms Ajenl :iirl Cunvev sineei'. Deeilf, MurlpiíC3 a'l .Itiiliccs' P.lanks lor siile. Ollicc (;n llic lull liCtwcen t lie old arel uev. towns . Tin: KOSN 0iiltc .Infla lii'os.. friiaraiilfcs salisracti ami n pei'lcet lil or no pay. W. H. WMIT2LAW Attorney at Law, Will nlteinl to all le.ua! business pvomplly, Cfiiter Street, Kast Lus Vega, New Mexii'n lTli-il. ALDERT & KERBER, Proprietors. OppOMto tTall'a Dros.. Kas Side. Fresh Beer always on Draught. Al so Fine Cigars and Whiskey. Lunch Counter in Can. nectiou, TCJ-A.XJ JST. IjUCETíO, .Maiii.laetiirer ol MEXICAN JEWELRY LASYFGAS, - - - N. M In Homero llnibliii;,', Kant Side ol' the I'laii . N. J. PETTIjOHN, W!. D.. PHYSICIAN anrl SÜGE0, Hot Springs and Las Voas. (.'liroiiie Diseases ami Diseases of Kenuiles a Specially . HOT SIMM NOS - - - S to l: A.M. LAS VKGAS-Ceiitral Dru Store, ' lo 1' M M. SALAZ AW. A TOUS KY-AT-LA II, Las Veuas New Mexic ;r. p. a T-iivK's TAILORIN ' I C s t ti A i si 1 1 1 k i 1 1 1 , Located on tlie street in rear of National Hotel, No. 17, wliere lie is prepared to Mo all kinds of work in his line promptly and in a workmanlike maimer at reason able prices. JNO. F. BOS'TWICK. P. O, LY DON BOSTWICK & LYDON Attomoysi-nt-Iiiaw. Office at Exchange Hotel IUiiHing. Las Veo as, N. M. MAIL AND StfuVLty. They came ly Abo j rúiaVVrud spent -eve ral pros- pocti Mr in that V icilill V. Dn tlm .so nlUwsi slope ol the .Man, in ifl(Upfoiih tlioy linde very inportant inljOrr'al discoveries, 1 ri u : i u tr some of iho-'r$JtVith them which is largely i'lvci'earino-. Their discoveries m- - oluiifilver, eopier and j.-alcna. II is a itinera! eoiiblry and extensive milling opjieratioiis have been carried on tjiere manv years ago. The olde?i iuhabil ui! of Abo has no recol'ce! u or tra.'lilio i of minino- beino- done tliere, bill the rn'ii' of twentv-two mell,e,iftjr.ii.'t'.,es which they di-- covecwi ..uiics , inai it ai one time of cxlc:i-ive mineral v8-$ÍÍ0r.S sr at r w The: f-lair shows silver to b4,Vd pHÚ'é? áiL .1 1 i i era 1 which bad brVn vvjbrkf'ífeiíijjjrt'eces of puro silver can be b -iu.mie vieiniiv of the aueknii$ee7 Iu l' e near vi einiiv 'ur e'it, tfán 5f , iy.i ex t en sive t )v)iv-VoY0rj!vcMWTCS (if o'l'oiind. Ah aií?icii!.';.príS' -n! so here in a good slat'c' tií ifeievaffon Acequias, miles iu ejv.lifit,iCAii.,Ue. dls linetiy traceil and tiíe.léiigüt -of iime since they were dno- eaii b"' jtoiijecl- u red irom tht; faci -thaf. ,"' trees - urM ";rownií therein tho-s-lze of t 'fwiatiV body. It is conjeclured that tlifsO iuin.!.s f uppoi led iiiis larjjc 'tqSviiV.t I he time when t In; Spanish cooijitwtft?, llores first held osessiói)r uf' 2?8W Mexico and developed tlic';- lílíncá through (he labor of ruebb. ;ludin.U9 w hom they worked as slat (i?-'; This was prior to KJSQ and waV the'-goldeii era (or t ho eoiKiuerin.'i rw:. At thal-.l iime, the order of Je-uiU had reached M- n li nullum 1 1'"" ' ') "' : i he devolea loilowi rs ol loyoia ave their best energies to the eo'n vcrs'on of the va-i Indian Irilvs of ihe new world, ií.'.ckevl by the Spanish railes, there was bul lil I le difnviily .... ,. , found in subduui: 111! -imple mi .oled ! u-l. loe.; and making them attaches l t he ue -.v n-iiu'ioii. The ni'.ns of arge churches scattered Ihroiight the ernlorv nt lest how earuesilv tlieyi iborcd. At that lime the mines u'err vorked vigorous! v hy cheap Indian ,-iboraiid it is likely Ihai these cxieu- i'e oi'poralions were then carried on In the uprising of ihe Pueblos in 1680 he Spaniards were driven Irom the eouulry and the mii.es were never af icrwards worked. Now a new eivili .".lion has come iu and Ihe Anglo 'axon, b ;cked by machinery in-lead I' Indian labor will open up and ren !er rodiict've ihese ancient minr,s -O-B.' C-l- Mrs. S. H. Davis, of (he Exchange Hotel, Sania Fe, is in Ihe city. She has been in cm-ml at ion wiih the di rectors in reference to Ihe best plans r the new lio )tel. he terms for the lease of thejholel were talked ovérand proved agreeable for both jiarlies. Ti is settled that Mrs. Davis v.ill take mil opei ale i!;e hotel as soon as com- olelcd. She has had much experience in hotel business in New Mexico, .vhich adih'd lo natural qualillcations has made her eminent 1 successful. We anticipate that underier manage- nuntlhe new hotel will be a great success. e-c There is a hike on ihe Saw Tooth 'iiountains, sa.ys the Yankee Fork (Idaho) Herald, (hat. has probably no qual iu the United States. I( is about sixt y or sixfy-livc miles from Ilonan.a and at an alliiude ol nearly I'J.OOO feet. The hike lies in a ba-in anioiiii the sharp crags of the snowy Saw Tooth, and is a sheet of perpet ual ice. It was discovered in August, of last year by a pariy of prospectors, who named it Ice Lake. The f-un seemed lo hive u i eíFuit upon it excejit in places adjoining the shore. It is simply a great bowl in the hard mountain rock, brimful of solid ice, upon which the sun descends with no power lo penetrate. --B.- . N'ot lonür airo the convicts from Galveston. Texas, were removed t0 : lhf! penitentiary at Huntsville to serve out their terms. One, of the .convicts seemed to be very much worried about sonielhing, mid liiial.y he asked the guard "II there was any danger between Galveston and IIuiit? ville.'' "Danger of what ?'' Ofbeing robbed and murdered. I read the papers about tliere being so many es caped conyic's from the penitentiary prowling about the country, that 1 won't feel perlectly safe until I am inside the prison walls. " Comiui'v'íü. Xow York. October IS. The K jidb'ierni Xoilnail Coiuuiiiho hav sii"d the fdlowino-: '"To lí jiublieoi voiers of I he Lmoii: i lie eieclions on I iieii.iv -, i la.-t clearly show that wiih continued zeal and systematic, ill orí ihe repub lie in I riiimph will now become emu niele and overwhelming. Our pl'ural ily iu Oliio is aboul -.M.üOO, a ::'ai; of 5,000 over the exceptionally large plui ality of 1S7Q, while the election of 15 of 20 congressmen gives a gain of sis. Our plurality m Indiana reaches about 7.000 be ng a gain of 2,100 on the democratic plurality in 1 878. In the legislature we have a majority of 11. in contras., with a democratic majori ty of 16 in the !.i'.-t legislature, thin giving usa senator. Of 13 congress ional districts 8 have been carried, a gain of three members. 'The result in each state, especially in Ohio, is a conclusive answer of the false and maligant assaults on the personal character of our candidate for the presidency, ' which thus lar have been the principal weapons ol our opponents, and have been inde cent I v and shamelessly repeated in an address this day published by iheir stunned and demoralized national committee". Doth these victories are the' result of a spontaneous and enthu siastic, uprising of the people in favor of the principles of enlightened legis lation, and good government. Thai Indiana has been won in spite ol the lavish expenditure of money by the dvinocraiie candela' e for vice presi dent, who was nominated solely for tin; 'purp-', el 1 by, eastern (Militaries, who in 1875 vainly at 1 i-ltM,! Of 1 t.O OUremlSt ibe pre-Mene " - i and have ivc-nHy traversed lliat slaic sho'uíing ag unst and at ihe same time pel petraling frauds made possible by ihe loosest election laws existing in any taie in ihe union, wloch were pt; .sc'y ret aim in ree lo. liCIIW- .R, (. j,,,,., (J o;lí 6 ap)are::l from the vw li li r pyl iiii.Mii- relax no exertion very northern state will ehoosj re- pul bbeau I're-idcnt ial electors, who it is not impos-ib e that some souiii fi'u stati's will ghe I heir Vuli' for G vi-lieUl an;'. Arthur. Of 17 member necessary to make (i;e m.xt ho'.is- many ha; alri-ady iacn gained ie Yei'iuoiil. Ohio and In-ana, and he full result is roie o.-oili'y c riohi, !'l." six senators i:i-ce.i-ary loim.keine senate wiih the vie president repul) ; l'cau, wi 1 pr. b dily he secured from jiho slaics of iml Indiana i ready gained, and IV nt i'enn -yl vani.-i i Ai'W Yprk, New Jersey a:.d Cotiiiec- 1 lieu? yet loc;c.,t. Tir.is wiih thein- ! amriiVai ion ot Ganlohl and Arthur all ". ... .... oiMiifhes oi ihe govcrnmejii. are liiveiy to be republican once in. ire. The re publicans, however need to be. ie minded of remaining danger. 'The di-appoinl ed dem. n.-ral ie haci ers will r.oi i-brink revent a full fiom (Usiierate act s I o repuhl an mm- cess. They have majorities in both of comrrrss, claim full power ! house over the (nal presidential eouui, and have steadily refused to secure a peacahle and orderl decision ol' a doubtful resuli. Let no possible i f frt be spared lo make ihe republi ran majority on the oledora ote.-o large as to avert the perils of a dis puted count, and llie nnjoi'ity in Ihe nexl house of representatives so de risive that tliere can be ); coiiHict in it; organiziii ion. ly unremitting ex ertions, such as have secured ihe hribiant aehieveiuenl s in Ohio and Indiana, the republican party can de feat (he purposes of the leactionists wlio, iu order to gain political power and patronage, are willing to unsettle the results of Ihe war ft. r the Union, change me nuaiiciat and revenue! poli cy of the government, derange the national currency, and jeopardize the thriving business interests of the country. '"publican success! Avill on the other hand firmly establish through "! the counl i y a free and l;onesl, b: ll- lot, protection to life and property, well paid and contented labor, hcuy ity in all agricultural, manufacturing, mechanical pursuits, and will make the states of our Union prosperous and powerful beyond t hose of any other nation. ly order of the Committee, Marshal Jewell, Chairman. Annot'ner LeLter. New York, October 16. The fol lowing letter is iu reply to one nil. (I ii'-M it i o in li. Hancock by 1 1 ; . i.1 l Lamh.lph. el New Ji'1-..-v, akhiir ... ..! lorn more huiiite expression i ins ' ,, , . , , , .,, i lews on the subH'ft of taril. : ! Dear crnor : I have received your letter of ihe ll'h inst. In my I. 'tier of accep'ance I e.xpies-eil my fu 1 sympathy wiih o'er American I iistrics. I thought I spoke plainly euou::h to satisfy our Jersey friends regarding my la rill views. 1 am too sound an American to advocate any depaitc.re from the general features ol a policv that has been largely instru ment. 1 jn budding up our industries,; and keeping Americans from the eomp-lition ot the trade-paid labor of Europe. If we intend to retmdn hon est and pay the public debt, as the good people of ail parlies do, and i I we mean to administer the functions of the government, then we must raise revenue in somejuay or other. Willi united and harmonious action we shall certainly in lime pay oil the public loot, but the nece-s'.ly of rais ing money for the administration ot ihe government will continue as long as human nature hist.?, and all partic agree that the best way for us to raise revenue is largely by the (ariJl. So tar as we are concerned, there fore, all talk about free tra.de is fully. Kul the tariil question will probably bo treated with justice to all your in terests and Ihe people by some such bill as Ealon'f. I believe that a commission of sev en or cioht intelligent exporters, rep reseutiiig both the government and American imlusf ries, wi'l suggest ta rift' measures Unit, will relieve us of any crudities and inconsistencies of our present laws, and confirm to us a system which will be judicious, just and harmonium; and incidentally pro tective as well as stable in U effects, I am very truly yours, TV. S. Hancock, Classified CsiH:. There is no market, in the country I where the cal lie soldare more care- I'u'ly cla-.-ilied than at Kansas 'Hly. l'e reler to the various c!a-se:s ol'uit i ie, the result ot' crosses. One who is no: imüiar with il lass! ea1 ions n reading the '.veikly report of sales in i he Commercial Indicator, has no doiibi experienced seme diiiicuKy in tracing ihe origin - f the cattle. i'l'X;is e eo'. il Vil fcxes, t! !e are known, eiile r as Tex; 'ou-.r wintered or gra-s I'exas, and Cnlorado Texas. ') he wintered Texas aro those which has p i-scd a winter, eilln-r i.i !v U'-as or ih' northern po ibm of the Indian Territory; Ihe t hroi.m'h cal lie iré t hose that, have been driven up die same year I hut they are placed up on the market, and ii is a'mo-l need less to say that (lie Colorado 'I ex as are i'exas cattle which have been tak en to Colorado. Colorado cattle are divided into three cla-sc.-: Colorado native--pure and umtdulieraied; Colorado half rcf ds -a cross of ihe Colorado an.! Texas and Colorado Texas, whi'ii h;s lieen referred t o above. Kansas half-breed-: are a cross of Texas and native or what are known as Kansas on I tic pure. Southwest ers come fit: i u the neigh borhood of Arkansas and arc sonic limes known as Arkansas. Then there are Cherokees and In dian really "lie and Ihe same. New Mexican natives and half-breeds and the various grades of natives, such as shippii.g, butchers, slockers and feed ers. Uut la-l colors tanker an ex pression ni"a:ii, to convey the impres sion that the animal is good for notli else but to be tanked. Of course lo explain the above clas sifications is no news to 'old timers," but it lias been found so oflen that men engaged in the western cattle trade are ignorant oi the.-e classifica tion , and it is for their benelit and others t ho exphinalions are made. K. C, Commercial Indicator. C. McDonald and wife of Concordia, Kansas, have been in the cily some days. They have made a trilito Mora and relurn Mr, Mc Donald is a prominent banker of Con cordia uní will establish a bank in Fulton counly. 'He thinks well of Las Vegas and will invest. "7íBTÜLYíSír En Dold's Blodc. Northwest Cor. of the l'laza. Tlie most elegant, appointed saloon in ihe Southwest. The finest liquors in the country. Mixed drinks a spec ialty. Open day and night. r vr i -a ,'i Hvtiy i,y at u-rur Iniít etorc. Wil ta i r i - AN I'M). A Mii-iO ir'-rl. Apply U Mi , L)ias j.r.id. W AN I i:i. V irood L-anlpiMT. Apply to i .Mrs, Desmuráis, I. as Veas. " j l AN i KD. Imine.llale'y, in the li t' l il' .Mrs . ,m . ..imniii!iir. oi e jro'.d fir.it muk ami one ; :i!m . e ..l iI w-iiier al S:in M n i.-il 1 . econ t ook ; iiTiii-Jw FDR SALE. ,VH: SAI.l-.. A .'no. I fn'tilh; li 'vsc, lv l.'ebiiiarais. ITlOi. i:i:X I' My prlv i.' without, urnitore. Ue resi'lence, vlth or A'lolv for Informa tion at the lja.etu oiliffn or mi the premiva. ij W THKODO.IK WAO.Ni iC j 1MH 1'OÍ! S.l,K.rv M .ore ,V llniV, at llie Hot Spviic's. l.eavó onlers atllerbert en's 'iniir store, on the plaza, Tli ill s ALK : My house ami laid situ itcl at 1 Wes! I, is Vi-iras, near I he Oraml View Hotel Kor lerms apply to the iimlor Icrneil, I.iis Vt'triif, N. M. I). I'KUKZ. Sept. -Mi, Jss:o...iir,l-lni. í TIO 11 SALE. I 1 1 u I of oatfic. Kor furiher & iiiloi nuiiiov i-.pply lo .hill'.i 11 ros. I, as ins iil A. Nulson ,i (i , Anton Chico, N. M. TT7SOIÍ SA1.K--A pnoil Rlxleen luirse power " steam engine, all in ru-'iiin onler ami larye enough to rim u Hour mill. Any pevson !e . iriii-r l o sec it riinnlii can do so any la y nt niv planing mill at Las Veiras. Ap'plv"for n riii.i tt JOHN 11. A OOTK.N. Jííü-lf ilÍHsoIntion .Noíice. '1 lie linn lieretoinro existin; under til name wf Levy, Colin & Co., H llus day dissolved liy inulnal consent, Mr. II. ('olio remains goi'e pio rietor. anil assumes all lialiililies against lh". former linn, and collects all ontstamliny dei.ls. l.i-.vv, Cons- & Co., II. COIIN-. Las Vegas, (let. 2 1SS0. :,7-:v. U J . Vill you pay two prices to irresponsible pel Crs for sewiiiji lnacirnies, when for one lialf Hip money you can buv any first class machine made, ami warrenled from three to live ypnrs, anion:; wlilcli arc llie Shiiter, the White, Do-lui-stic, New Anievican. etc. l or price apply in A 'J'. Harrison, al Hammond's Hardware House, Trinidad, Colorado. ll-:im. A is?i i ii( -.-ii tor's Suttee . Notice is lierebv fjivcn lliat the Hon. I'robate i 'o!i- in and for llie county ol Suu Miiiucl, and Tcrrilo iy of New Mexico, has appointed the un-iler.-i.i ned .'idiiiÍMÍ-tratór i f the estule d Frank Chapman, ac-ceased. All persons indented l said I'si.iie will mske immcdiale seltlement; and all pdo;i.i Ii-ivíhk claims iigainst salil l'.--lat'i will pvu-ont lliem witliin twelve inonti s. M. liUCNsUTCK, l-'.ó-ly Aftmiiiistruior. Caí W-.a-i, N. .f. : Feb. Tlh, Jssu. Tralicanie en ABARR mnn scores, DDmrivir ras utas, llüü, Tabacos, Qiaroí, oís,, Calle Segunda al Sur, - Las Ye gas. pis ie ii Aim Last Latí Vegas, Now tVisxlco. JOSE 1). SilNA, ATTOlíXKY AND CoUXSIJLOR : AT LAW, Santa Fe - - - - New Mexico v ill attend to business in both Span ish an 1 Eno'd. h. 1 t t -1 3 c -Vi isv.ay --i r7 A 1.-1 "'- l 3D IP- SHIELD, ,1 TTOHXEY-A T- LA V, Las Vr.c.As, - - - Nbw Mux ico JBIElETJIillsr & W-AXjIDO A TTOHXICYS-A T-LA Santa Fe, - Xkw Mexico. Will practi!o In nil the Courts of tlm Ter.ltorv. I'rnmpl atltenlion nlven to all liiisinens in tíie line ol' tludr profession iu nil parU of New Mexico. 'M. iJllBEDKN. ItíN.IY L. WALBO. G. Hard, Contractor ana Buildsr, LS YF.GS. N. M. alitu:j) lí- SA(i:ii, ..TTOIIXEY AAI.' Xj.T7 Dold's Cuildin. LAS V KG AS, - N. H BIBLES! BIBLES! BIBLES! r over? kind mi l style, t Urr. D. W. Cl fce's, F.iu'lish and s"panish, or in any other aiiciuagp, for salo ciieap or jiiven away. M. MATTHIKSOX, District Siiperintsmleit K. B. 8.lor Mw Mexico and Ari.ona. E. "II." SKIPWITli; Physician & Surgeon, O if ce over Herbert's Drug Store on the l'laza. &m$a Fe Bakery Centre St., Last La? Veja. Evcything in the 'bakers line constantly on hand liUr.EUTV k ANGELL, Prop'n. EXGHANGlP DINING HALL, V. T. Irloover, lrrop. la f anifi- Kxc'mmge Hotel Dulklinij, on tha Plaza, Lai Vcjfiu, X. W. Now open for Transient Un este and Kegnlar Boarders. Center Street BAKEBY , .A nd 'Limcli Counter. (Formerly Santa Fe Bskery.) IS NOW KEADi FOR BUSINESS Largest Oven in the Territory. Will supply Las Vegas and the Towns along tlie liu.vl frorii liatón to San Marcial. Orders by lester will receive prompt at tention. IIU13!iltTY& ANGMLIi Doalers la Stapls and Fancy Groceries, CLOTHINC, BOOTS .t SHOKS, I'roditcc a Sin-cUlty. ifvdcrs filleiton ahart is lice . J'rnprletnr ol tho Delmonico Restaurant. Fast Las Veaas, N. I. Contractor and Builder Las Vegas, Santa Fe, Albuiiucrue, and S'-n Marcial. K.1 ANDÜKWS, JTA. ÍSb3 J.SSk. . 'VkT .Vt72 13 Hi , SAMA FE, - - - NEW MEXICO. I'r'ic.es (or Assaying (oíd, $2.60; Silver, -$1.60; Lea l, $1.60; Copper, jsll.OO. Samples b mail will receive prompt attent ion. iOTASSY PUBLIC, Alex. McLean. Uobt. McLean . Jos. McLean. McLean Bros., Contractors and Builders. All kinds of Mason Work. Fine Plastering a Specialty. Contracta taken in any Part of the Territory. Las Vegas, N. M. 6tER0 & JEAGER, Dealers In GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ' Corn, Hay and Forage. Lincoln, Comity, Nen Mcxlr. OTERO Y JEAGE. Tralicantai en Abarrotes, Provisiones, Zacate, etc., por Fleteros. coiiiIikI le 1,1 nr ilii, New Hex le. J, FJANCÓ(;IIA VES, Atto5'asy i t Law a í m'qukuqle, - - - -newmeiic HOWISON A, FABIAN, General CGmm'n. Merchants AN'i) SALESMEN FOIt EASTEEU HTJ3E3, ÚfT.ca EastaKU Jt. II. At., oppoilt Bruwa Mamauarai.