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E. II. SKIPWITIÍ, Las Veg-.s Bailv Ga-ette
i - Phvsiciail iC SurCOll, j nhidnesday, November 3 1880 Office over Heart's Drug U.n en the IMuza. Sditfíf Fe llaíicry entre St., La-t La-i Vegas. Everything thebakri's lino constantly LAS VEGAS ELECTION. M hand iIUHKKTV a; ANGELE. Propr.s. HOPPEE BEOS,, Dealers In Staple and Fancy Groceriss. ( LOTHING, IK M ITS & SHOKS. Produce a Specialty. Orders lilted on shorl no lice. I'l-oprleturs ot Hie Delmonico Restaurant- East Las Vesas, N. M. c7í1astsoffT Contractor and Builder Yixmu Sntit:! I V AHillUUCNIUe. 111! I lie vote iu Las Vegas was quito heavy though far below the registra tion. Iu J recinct No. 5. there was 525 registered and 342 vote? cast. In precinct 27, 4G2 names were register ed aud 274 votes east. In prcciuct No. 29, New Town, 425 names were registered and 300 votes ea' t, making the total vote 919. Local Items. The American Independent Association. YOUR LflFE L 11. ELLIS SIGN AM) OliNAMENTAL PAINTER. T HE BESÜLT. We jtct lip Signs on the shortest notice anil In the latest style, bom plain ami iancy. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. 1 KHKUTY A MfCAKFItKY, blames Geherty , I'M . McCaffrey. PLASTERERS AND BUILDERS- Will ttttoittl to all contracts pvoniptly both in city ami country. Give us a call and try onr work. I.AS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO. W. a. Ward Contractor and Buildr.e LAS VEGA!5, X. M. :vrz iw rm? 'x. es ran w (Operative ami Machan ieal .) Listening to the solicitatatiou of many citi zens of Las Veiras. Dr. F II. Dejrraw has opened an olllco for the practice of Dentistry. extraction ofteeth KINK TIIK IS DOCTOU'S SPECIALTY GOLD Wulilv. Teetli Extracted, Plagued ami Pepaired Mouths examined ami advice given free i Charge. ATTIKICTAL SETS OK TEETH IN" CELLU LOID. OKKICK HOUKS FROM 8 A . M., to ! P. M Good Krfei-encc Given. All Work Warranted Oilice on North Side of Haza. Open July 1st, 188. At half pasture a Gazette repor ter made his final rounds to the diff erent precincts for returns. At the polling places in precincts Five and Twenty-six all was quiet and they they had not liuished. The following was tlie result accord ing to the latest information received at this office. In precinct No. 5,342 votes were cast and out of 230 counted, Otero rcceiv 23 votes which in the saine proportion would give him 34 votes in the entire poll, leaving Luna a majority of 274 There was but little scratching done on the county tickets and it has about the same majority. In precinct No. 26 there were 274 votes Dolled. The count as far as iiu- ished showed Luna 75; Otero 51; leav ing Luna a majority of 24. Iu the name proportion compared with the entire vote Luna would have a major it y ranging from 50 to 75. hi nreeiuct IVo. 29, in the new i town, the judges of election had not yet completed their work at half past six this morning. The total vote was 303 out of which it was estimated that Luna had received 75 votes leav ingOtero a majority ol'153. This would give Luna a majority Iu a total vote ot 910 in east and west Las Vegas of from 175 to 200. Much scratching was done on the county ticket iu the new town, it is tiiougnt mac ijoi. Steel is re-elected just ice of the peace. WANTED IT TANTEO---A eniii) cook for about '.'" men W Good waires will lc naid if satisfaction is given. Apply at this oilice or address Panderies A- Dunn. Hincón. N. Jl. U UrANTKD A V house work by a oilice. situation lady. to do general Inquire at this ii WANTED. -One lor a lady. Kn or two lur-indied rooms impure at this oilice. FOR SALE. oil SALE CIIKAI' six good work horses Anidv at- L. 1. It. one hack and harness. Howison, East Las Vegas. F Chas. Toft room East side. '(1x4. Eiiiiiire Itrunswick's store by A, room west of M Dobl. s7-tf. I 'OH SALE- A lot of chairs, L I we double tuts ol harness. Hold. búllalo robe: Inquire of .-' S7-tf. nvK SALE, Toree l!r-t-class lots in the new I town, on the hill adjoining the residence of .1 . Y . Love on (he south, liost Location in th city. Apply to A. J. Houghton, siitf. I ililll SALE. A good saddle Desinaraia. horse, by Mrs 1M1- KOli SALE. Ily Moore .V Hull-, at, l he Hot Sprints. I.eavn orders nlllerlierl Co'sdrug store, on thepla.a How did It go? is the question of this morning. " High ball at; Chapman's Hall every night. ' 91 8L II. (Í. McDonald came in from the south yesterday. W. W. Rawlins, came in from the south yesterday. Highball at Harry Branun's to-night with free lunch. Peace and quiet reigued around the polls yesterday. Dr. South and wile are registered at the Sumner House. The 11. E. Church will soon have a new supply of hymns. The passenger train from the. south came in late yesterday. Venison will soon be plenty iu town. Deer arc being brought in daily. Two 61 ton engines will soon be put to work boosting trains over the summit at Glorieta. Yesterday was an unusual quiet day. Most all the busiuess houses were closed until near sundown. Sommerville has been heard from Not dead, but dead broke. The last heard of him he wus in Trinidad. John A. "Weeks; Denver; A. Levy YValssenburg; John Hays, Kansas City, are registered at the Sumner House. I This organization extends nn invi- j I tation to all men who wish to become Should ))Q IllSlirCil ill ÍI members t; attend auv of their meet- l " I flM . !... I 1 A -.. Jtl.- A ingsandinf. rnithe.nseivost'.iorou-h-! im LAI)l ,,kL I,b0 sma'1 ,,iai Ju Wl noi ieei me lax ly whether ir not to become nimbers j of the Association. No distinction is made by the Association in regard to J nationailiy. All meetings are neld at their halt iu West Las Vegas, at the r " end of the Catholic church, the tu) story building west of Odd Ecl loV hail. M. ESTES, J. K President, IJWLIN(S, Secretary. A large assortment of flannels aud waterproofs at J. IloSEXWALD & Co'S. Ladies suits, silk, morillo and flan nel, perfect beauties, at J. IÍOSENWALD & Co'S. Corsets of all descriptions at J. KOSEXWALD & CO'S. Filanket? a lull stock at J. IIOSENWALD & Co'S. Tinsmiths. The tii st instalment of our lall and winter goods have arrived. Daily heavy additions will make it the most perfect stock in ladies' and gents' goods in this market both for whole sale and retail tra le. J. ltOSKNWALD &, Co. Two hundred boxes of boots and shoes just opened at the store of C. E. YVesche. Two first-class tinsmiths wanted immediately. Address Win. Borden' Albuquerque, N. M. 96-lw Eor fresli butter, blooded chickens, sweet eider, and fresh eggs go to Hop per Bros. 2t One hundred of the latest styles of ladies and childrens cloaks, dolmaus circulars, received at 93 1 f Cuas. Ilfkld's. -A little difficulty was had at the polls in precinct No. 5, yesterday, wherein several disturbers got badly bruised. -Wra. Borden telegraphs from Al buquerque for two first-class tin smiths. See advertisement in anoth er coin inn. TheM.E. Aid Society will be held this evening at the M. E. church. All are requested to turn out and have a good time. Jno. A. Ross, Kansas City; Chas. Owen, Boston; F. B. Hollister. Hot Springs; F. Poucher, Kansas City, are at the St. Nicholas hotel. Dave Quilín, C. Heminings, Ed. Darrell. J. N. Waterman, Alora; Boy er King, Arizona; W. IT. Mills, Ills , Arc registered at the National hotel. The total vote of Las Vegas this year is 903, against a total vote of 447 t wo years ago. What other town can say as n. neh? This indicates pro gress Dr Henriques and bride returned yesterday from the eastern trip look ing as happy as could be. They wrere warmly greeted by their many friends. The telegram'! from Denver, in yesterday morning's Gazette, ar roused the Chinamen of Las Vegas, and filled their hearts with fear, as t o their own safety and (lift safety of their friends in Denver. A full stock of ladies and childrens woolen hoods, cloaks, aud circulars, and shawls, received at Chas. Ilfkld's. A full assortment 0f Homeopathic remedies constantly kept on hand at the Central Drug Store. 313-tf. Buckwheat n83tf Hour at J. Ghaaf & C o's. Come and inspect that beautiful cloth lor ladies' riding habits at C. E. Weschb's. A full stock of knitted jackets, hoods, nubias, scarfs and other winter wear for ladies and children just rc eciveu at the store ot C. K YVesche. Reliable Company ! We eau accommo date you with any of the most approved plans. You should insure against ACCIDENTS. In the Travelers Insurance Company, I'lcilslng you any gam from $1,000 to 10,000 in case of death and from $5 to $50 a week in case of bodily injuries. WE REPRESENT THE BEST FIRE INSURANCE S30.IMIÜ PAID IN LATE FIllE. $13,000 IN HOT SPRINGS FIRE. Combined Capital over $30,000,000. Losses Paid over $100,000,000. MILLS & HAD LEY, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS ink j3 P The following dispatch just receiv ed bv Mr. Hvsin er, from the Last, dated Oct. 25," 1880: "Please adver tise our whole stock at cost to make room for the enormous stock of goods I have bought. 16IDOU STERN. According to the above advice I hav the pleasure of informing the citizen of Las Vegas that in compli ance with above advice all goods will he sold at eastern prices wiih freight added for the next ten days. II Y II YSINGER, with ISIDOR STERN. Those ladies hats and bonnets re ceived yesterday arc beauties indeed. They are perfectly lovely. On exhi bition at J. Rosen wald & Co. JFall and Winter Stock Another car load of flour, the best in town, received uy j. L. L. Howison of the Model Store, east side, has a full assortment of boots and shoes which he sells at the lowest cash figures, 83tf Two good carpenters wanted im mediately by Frank Ogden. 41-tf O. L. Houghton has ordered an en tire outfit of Tinners tools and m?cliin ery and will open a tin shop in con nection witi. his store on the plaza. 11c will be prepared to do all kind of tin work, repairing, etc. ts Lockhart & Co. have received a large stock of oils and paints; also "Holdeiis enamel paint" which is wa ter proof and ready for use, is con stantly kept by them. 50-tf. Clean towels mid sharp razors at Judd's Barber Shop, Exchange Hotel. trT sale in large or small Lockhart tt Co's. Graff fc Co. Self- Something new I new! new! raising Buckwheat flour at n83it J. Graae & Co's. Fresh Owsters. n83tf Fresh Oysters, at J. Graaf & Co's. If you want, something good and c hean in the boot and shoe line, go to C. E. VVesehe's store on the plaza. Flannels of all colors at Sltf Jaffa Bros. ALREADY AT THE York Clothing Store OF COURSE, AND AT THE DON'T FAIL TO CALL. Also Agents for Devlin $ Co., For Suits Made to Order i;V)U S A LE. ion head of rattle. For furl her inloi'tiiMtiov apply to Jaffa lii'os., Las e alid A. Nelson ,t Co., Anton Chico, N. M. rTlOi: SALE--A L'ooil sixteen steam engine, all iu ni miidj horsu power order and l.ii'jfe enough lo run a Hour mill. Any person iletirmn' lo see it runnlnj; can doto any day at m v planing mill at Las Veiras. Applv 'for terms I JOHN 1!. '.VOOTKN. la-ir FOIt sai.i:. A llrst-rlass slock ranch at Canoncito, near the Concluís. Good water lacilities, iood house with six rooms, stable, trood well, etc. A uood title will oe jiven. For particulars cmpiireof !)0-lni MUS. Y Kulh. A liiil a íhI i' tor's Xol u-e Notice is hereby )jien that the Hon. I'mbale Court in and lor the county ol San Miguel, and Territory of New Mexico, has appointed ihe im dersiirned admini-trator i f the estate ol Frank Chapman, deceased. All persons indebted to said estate, will make immediate seitleinont ami all persons having claims against said e.-. late will present them wiihin twelve months. M. r.UL'NSH 1CK, llij-1 v Adinin Utrator. Los 'i'gi. N. M ., Feb. Till, Isso. I J w ishinii to remove his residence will rent ltaca Hall for the coming sea.--on, or will sdl it lor a reasonnhle prico. 1 he hall is the be.-t In the Territory and is provided with a st;i(;e ami complete scenery, uniress, AN IONIO. JOSK I!AC V Las Vegas, X. M. $100 Howard for TomDraii. The ubovp reward will be paid by the Mora County Stock Growers Association of Mora Co. New Mexico, lor the arrest nml delivery to the proper authorities at Mora Countv Jail of TOM DEAN uiiiis TOSI (T MMINGS, from Amienta, Red Ulver, X. M., forsleulinff cattle. Dean w hen last heard from was at one of the Narrow Guawu Hail Koad camps at It lo Arriba "tinty, New Mexico. I.KTlKít LIST. The following 9 a list of letters remaining uncalled for in the post oilice at Las Vegas for the week ending November 2t. All persons calling for letter will plea-e say "advertised." Htrvpv, II. II. Lee, Waig Leece, Geo. Luila, C. Meohr, Dave Morton, A ad row Nower-., John Ortis, Manuel Baca 7 llnwers, E. Peck, E.J. J'loer, w. l Allison, G. 1'. Kenton, Jessie liiirton. A. II. Ileal I. it. II . Ili'udevold. L. V. I'.randenbury, 1. It. ( avnpbell, (,i(?o. Conghe ior, Milliner C irnes, I l Connelly, J. Cailteur, Jean Tl. Clingan, hos. II. ( rennig, Sam Ellis, G. J! . Kspino.a, Tanildad l' randera, K, F (allego i. Antonio llcll'hinstine, J. A. Harrison, J . w. Rodriiiue, Manuel Siter, ( has. X . Sijuire. L. A. Sterrit t, Mrs. Mary Stonebraker, John Tafolla Manuel Wylie, M. II. J'X. FUP.LONG, P. M. Brick for quantities, at Go to M. Heise, on the south side of the plaza for line wines, liquors and gars. 253-1 f Go to Judd's Barber Shop and get scraped, Exchange Hotel. tf. Pickets for sai o at Lockhart & Co's planing mill. 29-tf. Notice is hcieby given that 1 have at present no agent or agents whatsoever and that all my business ufhiirs will be mau iged by myself PniLIF HOLZMAN, Las Vegas, Setd. 22. 1880. 49-tf. We are prepared to furnish all kinds of building materials for con tractors. Lockhart & Co. 21-tf. Wines ami liquors of the best qual ity, aud of the best brand at whole sale or retail at M. Heise's, south side of the plaza. Las Vegas, N. M. 353-tf All kinds of fah just received at and winter goods Jaffa Bros, Reopened. Mr Philip Holznian has reopened his store ou the east side in the cor ner building formerly occupied bv Fralev's meat market where he will be happy lo sec all his friends and customers. tt. A ear load of bar iron will be re ceived in a lew days by O. !.. Hough Ion. A car load of glass at liui'K it Castle's. A car load of nails at RuiE & Castle's. A car load of picket s at Rui'E & Castle's. 3. H. Lucas Manufacturer of Mexican Filigree Jewelry. Cottages to Rent. Two new cottages to rent at the Hot Springs. Apply to the New York Clothing Store, East. Las Ve gas. 31-1-tt. Indif.it Pottery. The largest stock, in the United States, of Indian potlci y, both anci ent and modern, ai M. A. Gold's In dian department, Santa Fe, N. M. 41-tf l.otMJf'or Kate. Pin-ties desiring locations on which to build houses tor busiuess purposes or residences, would do well to call on the undersigned, 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 cú:., apply to M. Salazar. Oilice north-east corner of the Reliable Insurance LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE. HOME, OF NEW YORK. SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MA RINE, MASS. 1 1 AMBURG-M AG DEBUItG, HAM BURG, GERMANY. , 11. BROWNING, AGENT. OFFICE IN SEW TOWN. p.'.tZU. 246-tf. The manufacture of Filigree Jewel ry by native workmen being a special ty in my business, and 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 me the pleasure of conducting them through mv Factorv Santa : e N. M. S. H. Lucas. Cleared. A STANDING UKWA11D FEU EI). OK $jn I A OF. For the arrest and conviction of any THIEF who has stolen Stock from any member of Ihe Mora Countv stock Growers Association, and $100 REWARD Will be paid for Information -vvhlcli will lend to the conviction of Itnvers of .stolen Stock, STOCK GliOWEHS ASSOCIATION, Mora County, X. M. In the case of the robbery of the mails, tried at Santo Fe before United States Commissioner Ellis, Saturday and Monday, the defendants. Fred Weston the driver, and Mrs. Deola vare the passenger, who were arrest ed ou the charge of committing the robbery, were discharged. The testi mony adduced in the trial showed about the mine state of facts ae pub lished in the Gazette the morning after the robbery. The defendants had always tole" the same story, and from the evidence adduced undoubt edly told it truthfully. There was somebody down the lino quite likely tickled to death when they heard of their arrest. After hearing the evi dence Uio Commissioner discharged them without a moment's hesitation. An Interest ii th 3 Evans Ccal Minea fo Sale. This coal mine is situated within six miles of Las Vegas. Four seams of coal have been exposed, in thick ness from one lo four feet. Shaft is 45 feet down and drift 30 feet in. This is the only coal mine within fifty miles or more of i.as Vegas, Coal is in great denianü w-re, prices ranging from seven to eight dollars per ton. There are two lime kilns within three hundred feet of the coal shaft. For further particulars address J. G. & F. E. Evans. ,l81'tf Eas Vegas, N. M. Frank Ogden has received a car load of sash, doors and blinds, which he will sell cheaper than anybody, tf Holbrook'3 tobacco is the best. Fine Boots. J. W. Hanson &Co., hereby inform the public, that they are now prepar ed lodo all kinds of work iu their line. Fine work u specialty. Shop on uorthwest comer of plazá. 16-4m Mis.sL.R-. Moore, late of Chicago has recently brought from Eastern cities a lull" stock of fashionable mil linery and has op. ned a store two doors west of St. Nicholas Hotel, in Las Vegas, where she is prepared to suit all customers who desire latest sty le3 iu either goods or work. All ladies who desire anything in her lire are cordially invited to give her a call before purchasing elsewhere. C6-e-o-d.3t. O. L. Houghton has a regular ar senal of fire-arms, the largest 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. tireen liitritM. Now is your time to go to Isidor Stern's, lie must mark goods down lo make room for the inmenso slock of goods now in transit. Every thing will be sold at cost until the new stock arrives. Call early and late. I would respectfully call the atten tion of all persons going to and from the White Oak mines, aud the pub lic in general lo 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 Edwin C. Burt's French kid shoes at Cuas. Ilfkld's. Brocade silks and style received at ribbons latest 94tf Chas. Ilfeld. W- h. s:i upp, MA N U FAC'TUR Ell OF WA 0N3 AND CARRIAGES And Dealer in all Kinds of WAGON AND CARFMAGE MATERIAL. Keeps on hand a large Stock of Irons, Spriugs. Iron. A xlo3, Xvtrit wliools, mxiaax1V3loi3li.oiu.ra Coffirs, Caskets, And Undertaking Goods of all Kinds Kept Constantly on Hand. LAS VEGAS, N. M. All Orders Promptly Filled. In Dold's Block. Northwest Cor. of the Plaza. The most elegant appointed saloon in the Southwest. The finest liquors in the country. Mixed drinks a spec ialty. Open day and night. J. W. LOVE, Commission Merchant, Las Vegas, New Mexico. HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES, APPLES, Handled in Car Lots. Butler, Eggs and Poultry alwnys ou hand. Cash paid on consignments. Also an Assortment of Buggies, Springwagons, Buck, boards, &c, ForSale. All Kinds of Done on short notice. Satisfaction guaranteed. W. II. Simp) has employed a first class car riage trimmer. Parties desiring work of that kind would do 11 to call Rt his shop . John C. Carris, THE BOSS KZool V Shoemaker OF Opposite Jaffa Bros., guarantees satisfaction and a perfect lit or no pay. A. Desmonts, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER. Frescoe, graiuiug,'""calsomining, paper hanging, etc Leave orders -with M. Hciso on the plaza. \n\n S 11 Marcial.