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. .1 i -j .ii ee THUIiSSDA Y. OCTOBER 21. 1880. JL J J Montoya vs. Romero for Sheriff. Ennoit Daily Gazkttk. As 1 see your paper is impartial in oli tics. luMi through its column lo give mi impartial view (if certain po litical iiuitu'r. I rci'.l in the Daily Optic oft In1 lt i one of mi many fee ble tlorts of that J paper in favor of democratic candidates; this time iu fa vorol'.he candidate for sheriff on the democratic hide giving to understand that Mr. Miriam Moutoyu will per sonally lili the dm km of his otllcc i 1 fleeted, and that Mr' Hilario Homero the rcpiihliean candidate, would ii elected, lrivo a deputy in his place. Well, now, I believe that such can not he the fact if I inn to judge by the facts. Look at the democratic con duct iu that matter, and you will find that the present democratic sheriff never has fulfilled his office personal ly, but through a por. and a Tory poor deputy, to say the least, and fut her more, neither he nor hi deputy Ins ever kept an office in any given place within the boundjiies of the county, lo mv certain knowledge. No budy could lind Mr. shcritl when nioai needed and if anything wrong was going on in either (own, neither Mr. Sheriff nor his deputy could be toiind on hand, but would be oil to the Sapcllo, and if his successor is to i rot over the same track, 1 say we will be worse off for electing him, be ciuse his ranch is farther' off than Sapcllo. I f any man should be for tunate enough to make the acquain tance ol Mr. Montoy:, after ho is elec ted, in case that he should be. he will not be equally fortunate to point out the new sheriff lo any of his friends and say, ''That is the man'' for there will be no such chance in store for anybody, as Mr. Mouloya, faithful to democratic use of keeping office will be on his wiy to his ranch before any body can see bins. Therefore I say that Mr. Romero is intinalely superior to Mr. Montoya as a sheritl and as a man, even if lie dep utizes anybody in his place. Mr. Homero is one of the few men whom at the time of the murder of the jailor iu this town volunteered, with out being cal ed upon, to go in search of the murderers in spite of the re monstrances ot the deputy sheriff who in meeting him, that it was no uso in following the murder. Mr. Homero, then, I think, Í3 the man for sheriff' and not .Mr. Montoya, who represents a cowardly admin s- i ration. Oxjseuvek. Lieutcuant Day, of the 9th Cav airy is in the city from Fort Stanton He was made the subject of an unjust criticism in the Optic ot Tuesday cv ening. lie was charged witti not do nig I. is duty in strutting around town iu lull uniform and not catchiug de serters The "Optic" man was lab oring under a ini.tapprcheii.siou of the fact. Lieut. Day is in town because it is his duty lo be here, lie was oidered here to receive deserters when ciught a:id not to catch them. It would 1k a foolish thing to send an officer known by ever man in the regiment to hunt around and catch deserters. He would be immediately recognized by any of the men, what ever disguise he might assume. There are better methods. lie can set the police and other parlies, not suspected by 'cs i ters, after them, who may have some chance of bagging their game. He, can thus await develop ments at ti central point. This wc understand is the duty which Lieut. Day is ordered to perform and which he is doing. As to the full uniform, with the exception of the coat, he bought all the clothe he is now wear ing at Chas, Field's iu this city. The "Optic" should understand a subject before it cuts and Mashes in adogrnat ic mauioT - The directors of the Las Vegas Hotel Company met lost, night, all be ing present. As they have got fairly started ;iov they will push work rap idly. The bids for removing the old Wagner House from the ground were opened. There were three bids in, that of Mr. Wagner to tear the house awav and remove all rubbish for $G00; Messrs. Borden & McGuirc of fered lo remove the buildiugnnd care fully pile all material for $400, or take all for removing all ; Messre. Rupc & Castle offered to take the building lor $200 and remove it from the ground. The last being the lowest bid was accepted by the directors. The plans presented by Mr. Whcelock we' o considered and generally adopt ed. It is designed to construct the building of brick un 1 make it three 8'orics high. The estimate cost of the building without the grouuds is $28, 000, making with the grouuds $35,000. The old luildiug will be removed at once nud work proceed on tho new. Excitement in Slnaloa. A private letter from Mazatlau, Mexico, contains the information that ex-governor Rubi, who was cap tured at the battle of San Vicente,has met tho fate of a 6oldier, or in the language oí the Mixicans was "pasa do por las armis" (shot by soldiers by orders of superior officers.) Don Domingo Rubi was elected governor of the State of Sinaloa some eight or ten years ago, and made a very pop ular chief executive. He was very friendly to Americans, and no de cent American ever got into trouble with the officials whom he did not befriend. Iu the late revolu tion in Sinaloa the deceased took up arms against President Diaz, and if he has met the fate of a soldier thero arc many who will moiru his loss. Gov. Rubi was a self-made man, and though his education was limited ho had an abundance of what we call good 'horse 6euse." Ho owned some very rich mines and was by profession a miner. It is also stated in the same letter that Colonel Ramirez, the chief of the Sinaloa revolution, had entered Maz atlau in disguise, with the evident in tention of takiug the first steamer for San Francisco. His guide, how ever, betrayed him for $100, hut he managed to escape to the woods, about live nvles distant from Maza tlau, where at latest accounts, he was surrounded by soldiers to prevent his escape. His capture is expected every moment, and It is believed that when he is caught be will be "pasado pol los armas." The death of two such men as Rubi and Ramirez, and iu such a way, will create a counter feel ing that must give the Government 6omc trouble. Ex-Govcruor Rubi was very popular, and Ramirez has a large following. Arizona Sentinel. - ,. i- Ft. Union, N. M., Oct. 20, '80. Dkar Editor: I send you a few items. The Fort has bceu very quiet for the past weekjexcept the work which goes on steadily. Lieut. Gibbon seems to have largo administrative capacity. Political discussions are frequent and heated. Wild ducks are beginning to visit the ponds and creek in this vicinity Contractors are busy putting in hay and wood; the former is very fine. Croquet is just in style at the Fort The young folks of Tiptonvillehave organized a Literary and Debating Society who meet on Friday evenings, with the followins officers : Mr. Burns, president ; Tom Fritzleu, vice president ; Miss Brown, secretary ; Miss Tipton, treasurer: Mr. Ben Bruhu, marshal. Sheriff Burleron and .party, from Colfax county, were in Watrous on the 19th inst. We make every effort to secure all the news, both general and local, but in making a newsy paper we always aim not to touch or hurt the business interests of men. Loss is often occa sioned to meufby publishing items, learned in a manner which should be confidential. These items arc often interesting reading, but a uewspaper if it wauts to do more good than ha in should use some judgment ui to the force and effect of language, Messrs. Marwede and Brumlej are busy putting shelviug in their store room in Rosenwald a block Thev will soon be ready to open eut with a full line of hardware, glass oils, paints, wooden ware, brushes etc. This is an eutcrprieing firm and they will undoubtedly meet with sue cess. At the Grand View are register ed: A. J. Williams aud W. McCleary Trinidad; Mrs. Deolavare, Fort Sum ucr; A. Altaian, R. B. Dickinson and II. L. Grimshaw, A. T. k S. F.; J. A. Rodecker, Waierville, Ks.; P. P. Jaco- by Lincoln, Neb. Superinteodeut Lee of the new hotel at the Hot Springs, would re sign, but the president of the com pany is in Europe aud a successor can not be nppoiuted until he returns Mr. Lee is compelled to ramain at his post. --The guests at the Sumner House are J. C. Jacobs, San Marcial ; Jlenry A. Cuuiff and wife; Charles II Phipps, Santa Fe ; II. W. Boyer Pueblo, B. C. Wooteu, Grayville Mo.; L. P. Browne aud wife. n i We noticed two men laud square ly on their backs from a bucking hor e in front of the Mackley house last eveuing. The horse thought one man was enough, but Mackley thought two could ride him. J. J. Conway, a gentleman from Deadwood, Dakota, favored us with a call vesterdav. Ho is traveling through the territory in his own con veyauce with ti view to seeking Iu restments. Local Items. Fine bracing weather. Ctarley Palmer goes east to-day. Dr. Petlijohu is improving slight ly. Jefferson Rayuolds goes east to day. The sick people are all getting better. -Hou. M. A. Oteor is home from Santa Fe. Charley Ilfcld has a new and fiue show case. L. . Gippen was among the ar rivals yesterday. Lathing and plastering the bank building yesterday. Mr. McClcllan went down the road yesterday. The Arizona Miner f.pclls stocks for short stox. The walls of the Romero building are going up rapidly. Indiana votes ahead of the census returns everv time. Porter's plurality over Landers is officially announced at 7,141. Tho buildings in the burnt dis trict are rapidly assuming shape. Candidates for justice of the peace are thicker than blackberries. - Thos. Jones, Dallas, Texas, and W. II. Jones, Corpus Christi, Texasa are registered at the National Hotel. Prof. Robertson is preparing report on the mines belonging to his company which will soon be publish ed. One of the high ball dealer?, on the east side says he wouldn't sell out. for $3,000. Business is good with him. H. Romero & Bro., received yes terday a car load ot muslins and cali cos, to supply their steadily increas ing trade. C. Shemfield, Council Bluff's, Io wa ; D. A. Cropeu, Kansas City ; I. E. Saint, Kansas, City, arc registered at the St. Nicholas. Dr. J. II. Sutfin and party came in from the Jicariihis yesterday. They brought up quite a fiue collection of mineral specimens. Capt. J. W. Wilkinson, wife and child, were among the arrivals irom Fort Stanton yestcrdi v evening. They are at the Grand View. They have the justice of the peace fever bad near the Sumner House. As a result, ihe candidates have shaved up aud put on their best clothes. - Mr. C It. Browning sold A. P. Crawford, roadmaster, two lots in the Rosenwald addition yesterday. This looks as though he would drive his stakes permanently. Tony Nies, U. S. Marshal, came up yesterday. Ho had some myster ious busines iu baud the facts of which diligent inquiry failed to elicit. Dr. Skipwith proposes to investi gate the possibility of sinking an Artesian well at this place, at some point high enough to bring the water to both towns Mr. McPherson, of Baughl's Sid ing, was amoug our visitors yester day. His company has established a new camp on the line between San Jose and Kingman. Marcus & Clemm expect to get into their store on Center Street Saturday. They will likely be the first to gctback to the burnt district of these who were entirely driven out. Among tho candidates for Justice of the Peace on t he cast side arc J udge Steele, the present incumbent, Judge Talbot, Mr. Barney and Mr. White law. Deacon Sanford is also thinking of running. W. H. II. Allison, the live agent for the White Sewing Machine, re ceived yesterday a large invoice of new machines. Those desiring this favorite machiue can now find them at Allison's. Creen Hacks. Now is your time to go to Isidor Stem's, lie must mark goods down to make room for the immense slock of goods now in transit. Every thing will be sold at cost until the new stock arrives. Call early aud late. A lnro-p. nnil new stock of the vcrv latest designs in wall paper just re- - . .1.. ceivca at JAFFA J.KOS. New boots and shoes, a large ttoek, just received at Jaffa Bhos. Flannels of all colors at 81tf Jaffa Buos. Ladies cloth, Merinos, Cashmeres, in every variety at Jaffa Buos. All kiuds of fall and winter goods just received at Jaffa Bkob, Important Notice. For the beoelltofoiir cili.rts who ki cut, ttie Ule copies f this iaier will be kept on file in tlir ticket uflice ol' lh ( nii'iigo, Uní luidlo tí .'iin ey ri rod, at 59 Clark fetrcet, ChicuKO, Hi., wkcr Utr art prlTllegri t .IUn4i-eui tire. E. Gents, boys and childrens ready made clothing at J. Rosenwald & Co. 41-tf. Two good carpenters wanted im mediately by ÍKANK OODE.W 41-tf O. L. Houghton has ordered an en tire outfit of tinners tools and machín ery and will open a tin shop in con nection with his store on the plaza. He will be prepared to do all kind of tin work, repairing, etc. ts The old friends and customers of Philip Ilolzinan 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 Fraley's meat market on tho corner of Center street and Grand avenue tí. Referring to the above, I beg leave to inform my friends and the public generally that I will continue the wholesale aud retail liquor business at the old stand, southeast corner of the plaza. Thankful for past patronage so lib erally bestowed on the old lirm, Ires peet fully ask a continuance of the samo. Francisco Baca y Sandoval. Las Vegas, N. M. Sep . 2ó. Cloaks and" dolmans superior to anything in this country at J. Rosexwald & Co. Notice. All persons indebted to me either by note or account are hereby notifi ed that D. P. Shields Esq., is my only authorized agent and attorney for collectioa of the same. C, E. Wksche. tf. Notice. All persons indebted tome, either on account or by noto, are hereby notified that I). P. Shield, Esq., is my only authorized airen t. and attorney tor collection of the same. nG8-tf C. E. Wksciik. Laces of all kinds at J. Rosenwald & Co. Zephyrs all shades and colors at J. liOSFNWALI) & Co. 3. K. Lucas Manufacturer of Mexican Filiares Jewelry. The ;!'.;"! .:' ure of Filigree Jewel ry by native workmen being a special ty m my business, and many persons haying expressed a desire to witucfs the process, J 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 r aclory Santa i e JN. M. S. II. Lucas. Reopened. Mr Philip Ilolzman has reopened his store on ihe 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 RoSKXWALD & Co. A car load of bar iroii will be re ceived in a few days bv O. L. Hough ton. :T Wanted. A woman to do general housework. Apply fur information to this office. Miss L. R. Moore, late of Chicago has recently brought from Eastern cities a full stock of lu-shionablc mil linery and has opened a store two doors west ot'St. Nicholas Hotel, in Las Vega", where she is prepared to suit ah customers who desire latest styles in either goods or work. .All ladies who desire anything in her lire are cordially invited to give her a call before purchasing elsewhere. 66-e-o-d..'tt. Those ladies hats and bonnets re ceived yesterday are beauties indeed. They are perfectly lovely. On exhi bition at J. Rosknwald & Co. One hundred dozen ran -h eggs just received at A. J. Ckawfokd's. Xoliec. The parents of the children in pre cinct No. 2G are hereby required to send their children to the public, school under the charge of Alberto do Silva. Otherwise they will be com pelled to do so aeeoruing to law. AiiTirun Mokkison, Gl-lw Justice of the Peace. Noticia! Los padreado los niños del precinto No- 2G son requeridos de mandar a sus niños á la escuela publica, bajo el cargo do Alberto de Silva. De otro modo ellos serán cumplidos do hacer lo en conformidad de la ley. AliTIlt'll Moiiiusox, Juez de Paz. Dissolution Notice, The firm of Dougher & Baca i ; this day dissolvul by mutual consent, Mr. John Dougher retiring from tho samo Mr. Francisco Baca y Sandoval will continue the wholesale and retail li quor biiMiiess at the old stand, on his own account. John Dough ion, Fhanclsco Baca y Sandoval, Las Vegas, N. M., Sept . 25. Pickled pigs reel, at A.J. Craw fords Loekhart it Co. have received a large stock of oils and paints; also "Holdens enamel painfwhich is wa ter proof and ready for use, is con stantly kept by them. 50-tf. Foit Rknt. The corral of the Ex change Hotel on tho Plaza. tf A gasoline stove with fixtures for sale. Inquire nt this eflice. 6-tf. Fall and Winter Stock ALREADY ew York Clothing Store ! OF COURSE, DON'T FAIL TO CALL. Also jfgents for Devlin $ Co., For Suits 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-' gs- ' 314-tf. ; Indian Pottery. The largest stock, in the United otates, oi Indian pot tei y, both anci ent and modern, ai M. A. Gold's In dian department. Santa Fc, N. M.-ll-tf I.olsf oi- Kale. Parties desiring locations on which (o build houses tor business purposes or residences, would do well to call on the und'jnsigucd, who will sell lots 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. Salazak. 0 (lice north-east corner of the p!.za. 24G-tf. Holbrook's tobacco is the best. Fall and Winter Goods. 1 beg to inform my customers, that I am in receipt, of'plirt of my fall and winter stock. I shall make as before a specialty of everything in the Boot and Shoo line. I am also offering this year a nice line of Ladies Underwear and Hosiery, which 1 will sell at the lowest possible prices. I have completed my stock in gents' furnishing goods, so as to oiler the liuest selection in town. A choice line of Fall aud Winter clothing is expected daily. I invite the public, to inspect my goods before buying elsewhere. I bold oui 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 lo do all kiuds of work in their line. Fine work a specialty. Shop on northwest corner of plaza. lG-4m I would respectfully call the atten tion of all persons going to and from the Wrhite Oak mines, and the pub lic in general lo the luct 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 tho mines and I sell goods at the lowest rates. David Winteknitz, Anton Chico, N. M We are prepared to furnish all kiuds of building materials for con tractors. Lockuakt & Co. 21 -If. (Jo to M. Heise.ou the south side of the plaza for fiue wines, liquors and gars. 2ó3-tf Go to Judd's liiirber Shop and get scraped, Exchange Hotel. tf. Pickets for sain at Loekhart & Co's planing mill. 29-tf. Notice is hciehy given that 1 have at present, no agent or agents whatsoever and that all my business a Hairs will be miu -iged by myself Pmi.i l' IIolzman, Las Vegas, Soj't. 22. 180. 49-tf. Clean towels Mid sharp razors at Judd's Barber Shop, Exchange Hotel. tf.' Brick for sale in large or small quantities, at LociciiAKT & Co's. A fresh assoriiueni of gmt's furn i.-liiuir goods jus: received at the store oí C. E. Weselie. All kind.s of wclien goods just re. ceived ami for su c at low figures, at J. ÜOSKNWALD fc CO. 41-tl Ribbons for I lie millions at J. Rosknwald & Co. Ladies suit.', silk, satin, cashmere the most ben lit if ill goods you can wish i for at J. lloSKNWALD & Co. Gents, ready niado clothing, a large stock at J. Rosknwald & Co. Boots ami shoes a complete stock at J. KOSKKWALD Hi CO, ATI AT THE AND AT THE Philip Ilolzman. -DEALLU in- GEp RAL mr rn i mm muiiuiimuiuJJ 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 rates. Reliable Insurance LIVERPOOL $ LOW LOJ y GLOBE. HOME, of New orh. SPRINGFIELD, Fire and Marine, Mass. C. R. BRO WNIJVG, Aú'nt. Off ce in the new town. Coffins, t Caskets and Undertaking Goods ot all hinds kept constant- 7 -i y Ly on liana by VKJLJVK UGDEJV, Las Vegas, N. M. Orders promptly filled. A. Desmonts, HOUSE AND SIGN PAIN T E R. Frecoe, graining, calsomining, paper hanging, etc. Leave orders with M. lleise on the plaza. An Interest in the Evans Coal Mines fo Sale. This coal mine is situated within six miles of Las Vegas. Four 6eams of coal have been exposed, in thick ness from one to four feet. Shaft is 45 feet down and drift 30 feet in. This is the only coal mine within fifty miles or more of Las Vegas. Coal is in great demand here, prices ranging from seven to eight dollars per ton. There arc two lime kilns withiu three hundred feet of the coal shaft. For further particulars address J. G. & F. E. Evans. n81-tf Las Vegas, N. M. .Mr. P. M. Jones 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 the plaza. 66-2t. Wanted. Ten stouo masons. Good wages paid. Apply to D. C. McGuire Las Vega, N. M. 57-tf. 0. Ii. lloiiühton has a regular ar senal ot fire-arms, the lurgcst 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 be got any where. Wines and liquors of the best qual ity,andol the best brand at whole sale or retail at M. Hcise's, south side of the plaza, Las Vegas, N. M. S53-tf A full assortment of Homeopathic remedies constantly kept on hand at the Central Drug Store. 1 31S-tf.