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VEGA GAZETTE, VOL.2. Philip Holzman, -DE ALLS IN- GENERAL MERCPDIS 17 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. A. Desmonts, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER. Frejcoe, graining, calsomining, paper'hanging, etc. Leave orders with M. Ileise on the plaza. ii BILLY'S 11 In Dold's Block. Northwest Cor. of the Plaza. The moU elegant appoiuted saloou in the Southwest. The finest liquors in the country. Mixed drinks a spec ialty. Open day and night. J. AV. LOVE, Commission Merchant, Las Vegas, New Mexico. UAY, GRAIN, POTATOES, APPLES, Handled in Car Lots. Butter, Eggs and Poultry always ou and. Cash paid on consignments. W. Steele, JUSTICE! OF THK PEACE for Precinct No. 39, East Las Vegas. , Real Estate, Collecting Agent and Convev iw.'ia Mnrto-mrfld and Justices' lilitnks ior "office on the hill between the old and new towns. Jolin C. Carris, THE BOSS Boot V Shoemaker OF Opposite Jaffa Bros., guarantees satisfaction and a perfect at or no pay. W.H. WHITEL.AW Attorney at Law, Will attend to all legal business promptly, rantwRtrent. East Las Veiras. New Mexico. 179-d. BRE WE II Y SALO ON. ALBERT L HERBER, Proprietors. Onnosite Jaffa Bros.. East Side. FVnah alwavs on Draught. Also Fine Cigars and Whiskey. Lunch Counter in Can nection JTJA.3ST KT. IjTJOERO, Manufacturer of MEXICAN JEWELRY LAS VEGAS, - - - N.M In Romero Building, East Side of the Plaza. ll. J. PETTIJOHN M. D-, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Hot Springs and Las Vegas. Chronic Diseases and Diseases ef Females a Specialty . HOT SPRINGS - - - 8 to 12 A.M. LAS VEGAS-Central Drag Store, 2 t 6 P. M. V, FRANCO CHAVES, , Attorney at Law ALBUQUERQUE. - - - - NEW MEItCO J. N. FURLONG, PHOTOGRAPHER, Gallery in the Rear of the Exchauge j Hotel, West Las Vegas. JNO.F. BOS'TWICK.. P. O, LYDON BOSTWICK A LYDON Attoxixy".t"X'Trtr. Office at Exchange Hotel Building. Lar Vegas, N. M. Why? Will you py two prices to irresponsible ped lurs for sewing machines, when for one half tha money yon can buy any first class machine made, and warrented from three to fire years, among which are the Singer, the White, Do mestic. New American, etc. For price apply to A. T. Harrison, at Hammond's Hardware Hons t, Trinidad, Colorado. ll-8m. IS VEGAS 1ST. M. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1880. TBE PRESIDENT And Parly Making Their Way Across the Country to 'the Front." 'Sowing the wind and Heaping the Whlrldwind" Is what the Democrats Doing. are Immense Amounts of Money to be Expended by the Dem ocrats on Indiana. Now Mexican Specials. Shakspeare, October 25. -The pres idential party, consisting of President Hayes, Mrs. Hayes, Secretary Ramsey, General Sherman, General McCook, Mrs. Ahdenried, and Miss Rachel Sherman, arrived here this morning by a special train on the Southern Ta cific railroad. The party started this morning direct to Fort Cummings, whence they will go to Santa Fe. An escort of the 6th Cavalry, uuder Lieu tenant Touey. accomyanied the party from Arizona to this poiut, where the jscort reported to Lieutenant Valois 9th Cavalry for further duty. The party will reach Fort Cummings to night, Fort (Jumminers. uctooer zo. ine President and party reached Fort Cummings to-day at 8 p. m. from the end of the track of the Southern Pa cific railroad, a ride of sixty miles in 15 hours. In the morning the party leave for Polomas, i oing by the cot touwoods and expecting to be in camp at Polomas to-morrow night. Next day they go to the end of the track of the A. T. & S. F. crossing the Rio Grande at Fest's crossing near Old Fort McRae and striking the track near Kound Mountain, ine party are an wen ana enjoy me trip. Some weeks ago Lieutenant Valois, 9th Cavalry, went down to bnakes- pear to prepare transportation, sta tion relays and post escourts in an- ticipation of the Hrrival of the presi- dential party. Under his command, the eecourt, companies of the 9th Lav- airy and a detatchment oí the 15th Infantry, will accompany the party to the terminus of the A., T. & S. b. road, which is expected to be at or very near Round Mountain by Wed- nesday. There Gen. Hatch will meet the party, having left Santa Fe last Bqueiches the whole thing in the Sunday for that purpose, aud thence mmds of all fair men. The Utica Ob they will be brought by a spec- serTer s the only authority yet of- ial train on the A., 1. & S. F. road to Santa Fe- Everything possible which could be dono to provide for the safety and comfort of the party has been attend- eath, as asserted and that no such ed to by the orders of General Hatch, an institution as the Employers Uu as shown by the detachments of troops 0n was ever known there, and now stationed along the road tobe travel- ed, the number of ambulances and re- lays for rapid transportation, aud the tents already pitched at each stopping point, with full provision of all other kinds for their convenience in resting on the road aud in making each day's journey. in Santa e preparations nave ueen in progress tor several week ior tne arrival of the visitors, ine commit - tees having charge of the matter of othr and 8imilar forgeries content receiving and entertaining the party niftte(i and intended to be sprung toe have worked vigorously and steadily and have nearly completed the ar- rangements. The uncertainty as to Rndit i8 useless to kick.-ED when the guests would reach Santa Fe has militated against the commit- tees, aud retarded their work consid- A painter by the name ofSom erably. Not knowing what hour in merville, of the east side, has been the day the special would get in they missing since Saturday. He had could not decide definitely upon what come oyer on the west side to make kind of an entertainment to give, and collections, and was last seen about even now this matter has not been 8 o'clock in the afternoon, He is finally arranged. It is thought, how- supposed to have had considerable ever, that a collation will be served, at which addresses will be delivered by various gentlemen of the city, Governor Ritch will deliver the ad- dress of welcome. The details of the affair, however, depend upon the movement of ihe Presidential party, and how long they will remain here, The finance committee has!rraised funds sufficient to carry the affair through with credit to the city, and there is little doubt that the recep- tion will be a fitting ouc. More defi- nite news about the arrival and th movements of the party will be re eelved to-day and the programme will probably be announced in to morrow's issue. New York, October 26. The Times says the total registration of New York City this year is 215,000 against 267,837 last year. An analysis of the State shows that the increase has been much greater in the Republican than in the Democratic districts. The rate of increase ever the registration is t wenty to twenty-three per cent. The total vote bears the same proportion to the registration as in 1876. There will be 202,600 votes polled next Tues day, a democratic vote of 130,600 and a Republican total of 72,000, giving a democratic majority of 68,000. This is what tha-table shows,. if itshows anything. But the real increase in the Republican strength in this city does not appear on the registry lists. New York, October 26. The Her ald's Columbus special says that not withstanding the persistent denial ot the authenticity of the Garfield letter on the Uninese question tne demo cratic State Committee is devoting its entire time this week to flooding Ohio with fac similes of the docu ments at the Republicanheadquarters little is being done to urge upon the different locations the importance of keeping the campaign machinery in running order and it would not be surprising if the total of the Novem ber vote would fall somewhat below that cast for the State ticket ewiug to the apathy or weariness ot the people induced by thelong and exciting cam paign just closed. New York, October 26. A Cleve land correspondent telegraphs the Herald to-day as follows: Garfield stated to-day to one of his callers that he had jsst received information that the Democratic managers of In diana proposed during the remaining few days of the campaign to spend more money buying votes than they had ever done before, realizing that it is absolutely necessary ior them to carry Indiana if they expect to elect Hancock. New York, October 26. The thorough exposure of the spurious letters nn t.h PliSoe ntioo5r tached to Garfield and the strenouset forts of Chairman Barnum to give currency to the forgery are react in j. fearfully against its uttercrs. Re- gpectable democrats in great numbers eipres8 their disgust, declaring the purp08e t0 rebuke such methods by votng for Garfield. Hewitts tardy confeBsion that the body of the letters are not (arfieid8 and that only the Ljo - uatures are genuine is a contradic- tj0Q of jlis origiually positive nsser- t5ou lhat the whole paper was in Gar- fiel(j8 chirography and completely fnrp.d disnutiner the published declar ati0n by many business men of Lynn, tha t no A. L. Marsy was ever known h nnd there is no record of his tie Observer's authority, Wm. Nash, publically declares that he did not say that he ever knew Morrey but only that there was a man employed by the manufactures during the shoe makers strike whose name he never knew. while no arrests has yet been made I - 1 - 1 Al the detectives have aciue to ine aun.- or Qf the forged ietters which they confideutiy believe will discover their 1 n ThA offii..r8 are ou the track of ute in the canva88 to admit of rThe wire weut down at this poiut mouey on his person, Auspicious of foul play are entertained and it is thought possible that he was enticed into some out of the way dive and murdered for his money. He wore a gray business snit and a hat spotted with paint. Diligent inquiry up to the present time has failed to elicit any information as to his wherea bouts aud his friends are . alarmed as to his safety. The police should use every effort to ferret out this mystery and should he have been murdered, o bring the offenders to speedy justice, - for crimes committed in this mauner are damaging to a community. It in - dicates an element of society which must be rooted out. A Denial. In reply to on editorial in the daily Optic of Oct. 26, headed "Two of a Ki id," I would state that as far as my name is concerned in the matter, I do not claim any houor in the mat ter whatever, neither have I any am bition or right to do so. To Special Agent Morley belongs all the honor, and not to me. The statement that 1 had given the thing away is simply a lie. Mr. Morley knows his business and the Optic must have been badly informed in regard to the matter. Henry Becker, . . , , Chief of Police. " Mr. Becker is right in regard to not giving the item away. The Gazette did not get it from him, but a report er was present at the time the arrests were made, and hence knew it with out tilling, and pre perly enough made an item of news of it, as he was not asked to suppress it, or informed that it was not desirable to have it published. The Denver Tribune says: "Ar rangements have been consummated for the-publication of a new evening paper in Denver. The type and ma terial were ordered two weeks ago, and the people may look for the new paper in a short time. The enter prise is started by men of experience and backed by sufficient capital to in sure a commanding position. II. W. Green, an old New Orleans journal ist, will be business manager. Mr. Green is an able newspaper man. and will bring to the business depart ment of the new venture an expe rience and energy that will go far toward insuring success. It will be independent in politics." A letter purporting to have been written by Gambetta has' just been published in the Gazetta del Popólo. Gambetta declares that if Garibaldi should come to Paris he Would be we comea witn love ana eratituae as . .... . ...t i the hero of Dijou and the representa tive rf nnhln rtirrmia Ttnlv. Tr is .. . . ,. , not inapposite perhaps to recall here , n t t, ( . . . ... . Gambetta once grave orders for the Dijon here. According to Prof. Grimmer, there is a terrible seven years before n. From 1880 to 1887 there will !e a uni versal morrality. Asia will be depop ulated, and Europe will become al most a desert. America will lose fifteeu million inhabitants. There will be tempests and inundations. No prophet could be grimmer than this one. The President aud party coming from California by the way ot the Southern Pacific and the Atchison and Topeka roads, will be a good adver tisement for the great southern trans continental route. The people of the States will thus learn that there Is a banana line and a mud Way to the Great Pacific. Messrs. II. Romero &Bro. haven't room enough for their goods. They have them piled to the ceiling. They u.,. - -6. , propose to greatly enlarge their store at once, extend'ng it back to the ace- quia and thus give room for boxing and packing goods for the jobbing trade. G. W Hartmau has handed us a notebook, which was recently found, and from the memoranda therein it appears to belong to II. G. Wright of East St. Louis. It contains a baby's photograph, lock of hair and various other trinkets. The owner can get it at this office. John White and George R. Stew art leave to-day or to-morrow for New Mexico. John goes to stay as ong as he can tolerate the country, but we may expect George back in a week or two. Kokomo (Indiana) Ga zette, There may be a little toleration ex ercised on both eides of the question, but we will guarantee that when they sret fairlv initiated into New Mexico they will never swell the Republican majority n Indiana more. Administrator' Notice . Notice is hereby eiven that the Hon. Probate Court in and for the couuty of San Miguel, and Territory of New Mexico, has appointed the un- ders irned admin biraior oí ine entine oí rrniiK Chapman, deceased. All persons Indebted to said estate will make immediate settlement) and all persons having claims against said es tala will present them witnin twelve montns. 165-ly Administrator. Las Vegas, N. M., Feb. 7th, 1880. Dissolution Notice. The Arm heretofore existing under the name of Levy, Cohn & Co., Is this day dissolved by mutuafconscnt, Mr. II. Cohn remains sole UUUIBlWIIDVIIll 1 . ..... M ü ' proprietor, and assumes all liabilities agulust the former Arm, and collects all outstanding debts. Lvt, cohn A co., II. Cohn. Lat Vegas, Oct. 2 1880. 67-Sw. $50 REWARD. give tho above reward for I will the return of my pony, which was lost Wednesday night October 20th, 45 miles beyond Corhu Blanco, on Albuquerque road. Said pony is Iron Grey, 4 years old, saddle and harness marks on his back; nice looking. When lost had on a stripped herse-blanket and new white girtlc. Return the poney, get your money and no questions will be asked. D. W. Calfee, - Pastor M. E. Church. - Las Vegas, Oct. 25, 1880. WANTED. WANTED A cirnp cook for about 25 men Good wages will be paid if satisfaction Is given. Apply at this office or address Pauderies Dunn, Kin con, N. M. if. WANTED A situation to do general house work by a lady. Inquire at this ollice. tf. WANTED. One or two furnished rooms for a lady. Enquire at this ollice. FOR SALE. fM)R SALE CHEAP Six geod work horses, I tme hack and harness. Apply at L. L. Howison. East Las Vigas. 4t. FOR RENT A room Chas. Toft, East Side. 20x40. Enquire of COR RENT One front C Brunswick's store by A. room Dold west of M. 87-tr. LIOR SALE- A lot of chairs, J: twe double sets of harness. Dold. buffalo robes, Inquire of A. 87-tf. I?OR SALE. Toree first-class lots in thp new r town, on the hill adjoining the residence of . v . i,ove on tne south, nest Location in the cuy. Apply lo A. J. Houghton. 83tf. FemLaralAg00d SadtU h0"e,by MrH" f IME FOR SALE. By Moore & Huff, at the ij Hot Springs. Leavé orders atHerbert & vo'surug store, on tne plaza TTÍOR SALE. My house and land situntod nt, JÜ West las v oi;as. near the (irnnil V i Au llóte!. For terms apply to the undersigned, Sept. 25th, 1880. n51-lm. FOR SALE. 100 head of cntt'e information apply to Jaffa I! Eor further . . . . . r t- to Jaffa Bros. , Las Ve- ja, na a NelBon & Co., Anton Chico. N. M FOR SALEA good sixteen horse power Bteain engine, all in running order and large enough to run a flour mill. Any person desiring to see it running can do so uny day i iriv nlnnlni mill 1 - M,. i iJuA. 311-tf B ACA HALL FOR RENT. The proprietor wishing to remove his residence will rent Baca Hall for the coming Reason, or will sell it for a reasonable price. The hall is the bent in the Territory and is provided with a stuge and complete scenery. Address, AJN lUSlU JUfSJi UAUA Las Vegas, N. M. Notice to contractors. Sealed bills will be received up to 8 o'clock p. m. on Monday, November 1st, for constructing the foundation ana cellar walls and all excava tion rcauired for the new hotel to be built on the northwest corner of the plaza. Plans and specifications to be s-en nt tho office of thn ar chitect, Chas. Hheelock. The right to reject anv or all bias is reserved. Alt mas to be ad dressed to the secretary Geo. J. Dinkel. Uy order ot Hoard ot Directors. CiiA.3. uiiAíNLiiAiii), rres. HOWISON & FABIAN, General Comm'n Merchants AND SALESMEN FOR EASTEBU HUS E3 3 Office East side R. R. Ave opposite Browne Manzanares. St. Mary's College MOEA, IN". IM. "7 -J- nuartv LUfLLV jllvouiuio jut 1ñ rnnnt7 É900 Payable in money and products ot the country. Tnis i Business College Will re-open on the first Monday in November. For particulars address BBO. DAVID, Preside nt DISPENSAS S AW Mí L L S S. A. CIJEMENTS, Prop. Located between Las Gallinas and Tecolotenos, 15 miles from Las Vegas. The best road in the country. LUMBER OF ALL. KINDS AT CHEAP RATES. A LARGE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. Ala oi.jllo.ig T)rv !le(tinff Lnm A180 BMUgies, A7ry aliening, ijum berofany quality desired. Prices to suit Everybody. NO. 88. L" ELLIS, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER. We get up Signs on the shortcut notice and in the latest style, both plain aud fancy. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. W. G. Ward, Contractor and Buildr.e LAS VEGAS, N. M. ALFRED B. SAfiKU, ATTOENEY AJ.' LATW Dold's Building. LAS VEGAS, - - N. M BIBLES! BIBLES! BIBLES! Of every kind and style, at ReT. D. W. Cal fee's. English and Spanish, or in any other language, for sale cheap or given away. M. MATT1IIESON, District Superlntendnnt R. 11. 3. lor New Mexico and Arizona. E. H. SKIPWITH, Physician & Surgeon, Office over Herbert's Drug Store on the Plaza. Santa Fe Bakery Centre St., East Las Vegas. JliVcytning in the Dakcr s line constatly on hand IUBE11TY & ANGELL, Prop'rs. EXCHANGE DINING HALL HoOVGl', 3rrOp. In former Exchange Hotel Building, the Plaza, Las Vegas, N. M. Now open for Transient Guests and Regular Boarders. Center Street V, A KimY .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 lload from liatón to San Marcial. Orders by letter will receive prompt at tention. IIUBlíRTÍ & ANGELL HOPPBB BEOS,, Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries, CLOTHING, BOOTS 4 SHOES. Produce a Specialty. Orders filled on short no tice. Proprietors ol the Delmonico Restaurant. East Las Vesas, N.M. C. F. MASTSOFF, Contractor and Builder Las Vegas, Santa Fe, Albuquerque, and San Marcial. tri ANDREWS, a.1.. SANTA FE, - - - NEW MEXICO. Prices lor Assaying Gold, $2.50; Silver, $1.50; Lead, $1.50; Copper, $3.00. Samples by mail will receive prompt attention. BICHAED IDTJITlir, NOTARY PUBLIC, naciwcomi, mr 3 Alex . McLean . Kobt . McLean . Jos . MeLeai . McLean Bros., Contractors and Builders. All kinds of Mason Work. Fine Plastering a Specialty. Contracts taken in any Part of the Territory. Las Vegas, N. M. OTERO & J EAGER, Dealers in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Corn, Hay and Forage. Lincoln, County, Hew Mexico. M. SALAZAK. ATORNEI-AT-ZAW, LasVeqas Nkw Mexico \n\n OTERO Y JEAGER, Traficantes en' Abarrotes, Provisiones, Zacate, etc., por Fleteros. OXr-A-ZD-A-Ii-A-iT A.33jfL, Condado de Lincoln, New Mexico.