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VOL. 2.
IVB VEGAS, M., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1880.
NO. 08.
LAS
jlrpcrcj. . .
Philip Ilolzman,
-DEALLIt IX-
? r-rv
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
lib serates.
John C. Cairris,
THE. BOSS
Bool & Shoemaker
OF
w-jak-ma -w aro ra- ti, smb 9
Opposite Jada Broa., guarantees satisfaction
and a perfect lit or no pay .
A. Desmonts,
HOUSE AND SIC3
P A I X T e n.
Frescoe, graining, 'fcalsoinininr,
paper hanging, etc Leave orders
with M. lleise on the plaza.
Reliable Insurance
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
GLOBE.
HOME, OF NEW YORK.
SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MA
RINE, MASS.
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG, HAM
BURG, GERMANY.
C. K. BKOWMIMÍS,
AGENT.
OFFICE 1JÍ NEW TOWN.
Coffirs, Caskets,
And Undertaking Goods of all Kinds Kept
Constantly on Hand.
LAS VEGAS, X. M.
All Orders Promptly Filled'
J. W. LOVE,
Commission Merchant,
Las Vegas, New Mexico.
HAY,
GRAIN,
POTATOES,
APPLES,
Ilaudlcd in Car Lots.
Butter, Eggs and Poultry always on
kand. Cash paid on consignments.
n tr roc nc rmy sot -w
(Operative und Mechanical.)
Listening to tlie sol icltatatlou of many citi
zens of Las Vegas, Or. F II. Dcirraw lias
opened an ofilct) for the practice of Dentistry.
PAIN M.SS EXT II CTION OF TEETH.
THE DOCTOR'S SPECIALTY IS V I X K
GOLD WORK.
Teeth Extracted, Plugged and Pepaired.
Mouths examined and advice given free o
Charge.
ATTIFICIAL SETS OF TEETH IX CELLU
LOID. OFFICE HOURS FROM 8 A. M.,to ii P.M.
Good Kefifrencc Given. All Work Warranted.
Oilicc on North Side of I'la.a. Open July
21st, 1880.
J. N. FURLONG,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
Gallery in the Rear of the Exchange
Hotel, West Las Vegas.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
N. J, PETTIjOHN M. D-.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
Hot Springs and Las Vegas.
Chronic Diseases and Diseases of Females a
Specialty.
HOT SPRINGS - - - 8 to M A.M.
LAS VEGAS-Central Drug Store, 2 to (i P. M.
OTERO Y J EAGER,
Trallcantes en
Abarrotes, Provisiones,
Zacate, etc., por Fleteros,
rotulado de Lincoln, New Mexico.
J, FRANCO Oil A VES,
Attorney at Law
ALBUQUERQUE.
. NEW MEXICO
uMuljiyiL
CALM.
The Latest Ilcturm Say tlie
State is ltepublicau and
Assure a, Senator.
Itc publicans Ciaim the Presi
dent, Senate and House
of Representatives.
Garfield' Popular Majority
150,000. Tlie Kulldoger
Iut Loose.
Tranquilino Luna's Election
by a ilood Majority an
Assured Fact.
Special te the Gazette,
Santa Fc, Nov. L Three precincts
out of eleven in Santa Ee county give
Luna a majority of fifty-live.
Special to the Gazette.
Los Lunas, Nov. L Valencia coun
ty from the returns in and lrom esti
mates made has given Luna fourteen
hundred majoiity.
Special to the Gazette.
Bernalillo, Nov. 4. The Republican
majority in Bernalillo county is over
one thousand.
Special to the Gazette.
Socorro, Nov. 4.--Returns not yet
all in. but from the principal precincts
counted, Luna will have fully 300
majority. A small republican major
ity is reported from Dona Ana coun
ty. Special to tlie Gazette.
Silver City, Nov. 4. Grant county
gives Otero one hundred and eighty
majority.
Philadelphia, Pa., November 3.
The official returns and corrected es
timates of the vote of this state in
crease Garfield's majority about 10,
000 over the estimate telegraphed this
morning. The Pennsylvania Con
gressional dele ation to the 47th Con
gress will be as follows: First Dis
trict, Henry L. Bergham, republican ;
second, C. O'Neill, republican ; third,
Samuel L. Randall, dcinoi rat ; fourth,
Win. Kelly, republican; fifth, Alfred
T. Horner, republican ; sixth, William
Ward, republican; seventh, "Win.
Gadshock, republican ; eighth, Daniel
Ornientroul, democrat ; ninth, A. II.
Stnithrepublican ; tenth, Wm. Mitch
ell, democrat ; eleventh, Roben
Knowles, democrat ; twelth, J. Scua
lou, republican; thirteenth. John II.
Ryan, democrat; fourteenth, S. T.
Burd, republican ; fifteenth, C. C. Jud
win, republican; sixteenth, requires
official vote to determine ; seven
teenth, J, M. Campbell, republican ;
eighteenth, Horatio G. Fisher, repub
lican ; nineteenth, . F E. lieltshoover,
democrat; twentieth, A. G. Curt in.
democrat; twenty-first, Morgan R.
Wise, democrat , twenty-second, Rus
sell E. Rett, republican; wenLy-third,
T liornas M. Baine, republican; twenty-fourth,
W. S. Slielleubarger, re
publican ; twenty-fifth, Harry White,
republican.
t. Louis, Mo., November 3. --The
New York office reports that when
the National Committee rooms closed
the returns showed that New Jer
sey is democratic by about 1000 ma
jority ; Nevada probably Democratic
by a small majority ; Oregon repub
lican by four to five thousand major
ity ; Coliforuia republican by a small
majority with two additional mem
bers cf the legislature, enabling them
to elect a U. S. Senator; New York
republican by 25,000 majority against
32,000 democratic majority in 1876.
The Republicans lose the southern
States hut gain one Congressman in
Virginia, one in Louisiana, one in
North Carolina, ore in Missouri, two
in Tennessee, possibly one in Ken
tucky, undone in West Virginia. The
IIouso will stand about as follows:
One hundred and forty-eight republi
cans, 141 democrats and four green
backs. The Senate is thirty-nine
republicans and thirty-seven demo
crats. Louisville, Nov. 1. The Courier-
Journal considers that the defeat of
the democratic party is the result of
tho abandonment of Tilden, followed
by the revolt of Kelly, obduracy of
llendrick. nomination of Landers and
uomiuatiou of English, the canvass
begun and carried on upou a low
plan, smirchiug Gen. Garfield fill
through, the Greenback weakness,
English refusing to come down with
the stamps and so was disappointed.
Division now stands so that the He
publicans can elect any ticket they
nominate, and Grant four years hence
as foreshadowed. It is clear that
the existing apportionment of the
paaties canil" t endure, and as we get
away with sentimental aud sectional j
politics which has so long played in
to the hands of wicked and weak j
mcu we may hope for the material
well being of the country. Questions
which appeal to business men will re
place our horizontal witli our per
pendicular line of discussions. If a
break-up of the South, wh eh cau uo
longer be held solid, will come, there
will be a break-up of the Solid North
with its rescue from iminent and ex
treme peril, and the restoration of its
prestige and p0 wer in the Govern
ment. London, Nov. 4. The Advertiser
says "We cannot but regret the re
sult, in the first place there is no com
parison between the merit of the two
men, Garfield is a third rate republi
can party politician, belonging not
perhaps to the schod of Blaine and
Coukling; but quite as little to that oí
the Reformers. Hancock is with few
exceptions the most distinguished and
without a single exception the most
honest aud high-minded soldier still
in active service, he is a man of dis
tinguish so great that even his obnox
ious democratic politics could not pre
vent his retention in active service,
when even nine-tenths of soldiers, of
ficers aud generfils of the federal army
returned to civil life and since they
so fully admired the man of charac
ter. Garfield belong! to the type of
which Lincoln was the best and An
drew Johnson by no means the worst
example.
Chicago. Nov4. The Inter Ocean
New York Tribune's calculation ol
Congress is Republican 153, Demo
cratic 125. Republicans carried sev
eral districts classed as doubtful.
The loss of California and Nevad
make a Democratic Senate probable.
Gen. Grant in an interview said he
was induced to cuter the political
fight merely from anxiety for the
safety of the country if the demo
crats were successful lie never
made a political speech before, it was
his first fight, but he would not promise-it
would bo his last. If anything
extraordinary oi serious happened
the party would have his services.
Richmoud, Va., November 4. Re
turns from over halt the state swell
the victory of the regular democratic
electral .ticket which when all the re
turns are in will have a handsome
'majority over the rc-adjustcrs and re
publicans The Congressional dele
gation stands: First District, Gor
son, democrat ; second, Disendorf. re
publican; third, George O. Davis,
democrat; fourth, Jas Gesnon, re
publican; sixth, Tucker, democrat;
eighth, Barbour, democrat The
democrats claim the election of their
candidate in the fifth district while
i lie readjuslers claim the election ot
their candidate. Pool, the reuilj usi
er, claims to be elected over Allen, the
democratic nominee in the seventh
district. The vole in the ninth dis
trict, is very close.
New York, November 4. The vote
iu the electrul college will be as fol
lows, three hundred and sixty-nine
being the total number of votes and
one hundred and eighty-five being
necessary to a c oice .
GAItKlliLD. IIANCOCK.
Colorado .1 Alabama i!)
Connecticut ti Arkansas V
Illinois Bl California ii
Iowa II Delaware ,'!
Kansas 5 1 loridu 1
Maine 7 Georgia 11
Massachusetts 13 Kentucky i
Michigan ,..11 Maniand 8
Minnesota ii Mississippi 8
Nebraska : Louisiana 8
New Hampshire.... 0 Missouri If
Ohio 'J2 No, til Carolina. . . .10
Oregon It Nea la :i
I'l'iuis) lvunia vll Tunnissee VI
Rhode Islami 4 Texas 8
Vermont ii Virginia 11
wisconsiu lo wcHt Virginia fi
Indiana ió South Carolina .... 7
Now Vori; 33 New Jersey y
213 Í5J
New York, November 4. All the
papers of the city', both democratic
and republican, concede Nsw York
State to Garfield by a majority rang
ing from 15,000 to 25,000. The head
quarters of the republican national
committee arc closed; no address to
the people will be sent out by the
committee; they claim that their suc
cess is sufficient as guarantee.
New York, November 4. -The
World says: The latest returns from
the state place tlie majority for (Jar
field at from 15,000 to 20.000. It may
be impossible to reach the latter fig
ure. Hancock was defeated by the
.visuspected results in the cities ot
New Uork and Brooklyn. The dem
ocrats have gained five congressional
dinriels iu the slat and lost one.
The present Congressional delegation
stands nine democrats and twenty
four republicans. In the next the
democrats will h ive thirteen and the
republicans twenty.
Hartford, Conn., November 4. The
total vote of Connecticut, lacking ihe
small town of Camden, is 131,193 for
President and 136,190 for Governor.
Garfield received 66,61, Hancock
64,013, Weaver 844. Dow 345. Gar
field's plurality was 2,618. Bigelow,
republican, had a majority for gover
nor of 1138 and a plurality of 2388.
The legislature will stand 16 republi
cans to 5 democrats in the Senate and
165 republicans to 83 democrats in the
House. The republican ni; jorily on
joint ballot will be 93, last year being
90.
Topeka, November 4. The returns
lrom 18 counties oí this state give
Garfield 33,616; llaucock, 15,669; re
publican majority, 17,917; it shows a
republican gam of 69 per cent. The
republican vote in the stale will be
127,910; the democratic vote 68,429.
total. 198,339, which will give a re
publican majority of 61,281. Tn this
statement Hie greenback vole esti
mated at 17,000 is not considered; this
added to the above will give a total
vote for the state of 215,139 yotes.
State senate will stand 37 republicans
and 3 democrats. House about 125
republicans and 12 opposition.
New York, November 4, The re
turns indicate that the house will
stand 146 republicans, 141 democrats
and 6 greenbackcrs; the senate 37 re
publicans, and 39 democrats, by con
ceeding the democrats all they claim;
but if either Davis or Mahone work
with the republicans, or if both act
independently the republicans will
have a majority by counting en Ar
thur for casting a vote. There is also
a possibility of a republican senator
lrom North Carolina or Delaware. In
this calculation the California sena
tor is conceded to the democrats.
New York, Nov. 4, According to
the very latest returns Garfield's ma
jorities have been increased as fol
lows: Connecticut, 2618; Nebraska,
8343; Illinois, 45.000; New York, 3,
080; Indiana, 83-13; Vermont, 2,7(fí;
Michigan, 40,000; Wisconsin, 30.000
A silly story, evidently for betting
purposes has been circulated through
nut the country to-night, to the effect
that New York and Connecticut had
gone for Hancock. Of course not a
word of truth is iu the report.
Chicago, November 4. The state
legislature slam's as follows in Ihe
s nate which will elect a United,
stales suiator in 1883 to succeed
Davis; 32 republicans, 18 democrats
and one socialist. Of these 17 repub
licans were elected n Tuesday and
8 democrats. Iu the First and Third
districts the congressmen were elect
ed by the following majority: Aid
rich, republican, 4,162; Davis, repub
lican, 4,525.
Jacksonville, Fia., Nov. 4. Four
Republicans were sent yesterday into
the counties of Aldona, Arnowa and
Go"dsden to secure fair p'ay, but
were driven out and their lives threat
ened. A Federal deputy marshal at.
Marticillo was taken from bed at a
hotel at 1 o'clock, midnight and sent
in charge of three men to Louisville,
Ga. with a warning.
New York, Nov. 4. The Times
says Hancock seemed yesterday to be
the least concerned man on Govern
ors Island over the result of the elec
tion, he had retired at his u-ual hour
night before last. After breakfast
with his family yesterday morning he
went to army headquarters aud bus
ied himself with ids official corres
pondences. London, November 4. livery effort
has been made to put Dobler right,
but without .success. He evinces
great courage, but is in a pitiable con
dition. His legs are terribly swolen
aud ho drags them painfully. Little
wood ran his 335lh mile in 6:49 bcc;
Rowell did his 3701 h mile at the same
speed.
Memphis, November 4. Tho pack
et Ouichita sank near Austin, Missis
sippi, this forenoon. Value $20,000.
Tlie cargo was saved.
London, Nov. 4. --Times iu its edi
torial on Election says "there are
good reasous lor believing that (Jen.
Garfiekls administration will be like
the present one, modo: ..to ;n policy.
Civil service "dorm aud free trade
have been enually thrust into the
back ground during the present cam
paign." Detroit, Nov. 4. Garfield has about
40,000 majority iu the state. Green
backers polled a strong vole in a few
localities, elsewhere weak. Legisla
ture strong!' Republican. Congress
ional delegation remains solid. Sev
eral districts carried against combin
ed opposition.
StLouis, Nov. 4. Slate probably
40.000 democratic. Democrats coti
ceede the election to Congress of Van
Horn in the 8th district. Result in:
3rd district, this city, doubtful. Prob
ably Frost, democratic, is elected in
9lh district. Wfiddell, democratic,
in 6ih district probably elected, and
Maxsou, democratic, in 10th.
Washington, Nov. 4. Republicans
think John A. Kasson, of Jowa, the
most available man for the Speaker
ship. See's Sherman will contest
the Ohio Senatorship with Foster.
Defaulting Post-master McArthur of
Chicago will bo pardoned.
Topeka, Nov. 4. Garfield's majori
ty 60,000. Probably 3 republican con
gressmen. First district, Ryan 15.000
2nd district, Haskell 8,000, 3rd dis
trict, Anderson St John for gov
ernor 40,000. Senate and House, near
ly unanimous.
Memphis, Nov. 4. The Republicans
gain two Congressmen in the State
and elect lbs governor. Republicans
gain 11 assemblymen and claim the
legislature by virtue of the other
gains in middle and east. Tennessee.
Chicago. Noy. 4. The Omaha, Neb
Times says "It is creditably rumored
that Senator Hitchcock, who was a
class-mate of Garfield at college will
be tendered the Secretaryship of the
Interior.
. Concord, N. II., Nov. 4. Garfield's
plurality is about 4000. Hall elected
iu first, district by over 600 plurality;
Riggs, republican, second district ov
er 1,600; Farron in third district over
800
Philadelphia, Nov. 4 Later re
turns from 25th Congressional dis
tri 't give James Mosgrovcr, demo
cratic 500 majority.
Chicago, November 4. T'-o estima
ted majorities show that Garfield
will have ihe popular vote by over
150.000.
Chattanooga, Ten., Nov. 4. Lane
i- elected to congres iu the 8th dis
trict, defeating General Wheeler by
600.
Columbus, ()., Nov. 4. Returns
from 41 counties show Garfield's ma
jority in the state about 35,000
New York, Nov. 4 .New Hampshire
majority is 3632 aud Iowa 85,000.
WANTED.
AN'I'Kl)- A cunt) cook for about r men
Good wastes will lie paid if satisfaction is
iflwn. Apply at this olHce or address 1'anderies
Dunn, iiiocon, X. M. If.
WAN'IF.n .V situation to do general
lio use work hv a lady, inquire at this
ulliee. ' tr.
W'AXTKl). -one or two fiirushed rooms
lor a lady. Lnquire at this oflioc.
FOR SALE.
S.Oit SALK CirKAl' Six eood work horres,
one hack and harness. Apply at L. L.
Ilowisun, Last Las V egas . 4t.
T TV 111 KF.XT room 20x10. Kmpuire
.1j Chas. Toft, Fust side.
of
,iOii KhNJ'.--Onc front i m west of M.
liruiiBWlck's store hv A . Hold.
s7-tf.
1 'Olí SALK- A lot of chairs, búllalo robes,
L i we double eels of harness. Impure of A.
Hull. 87-tf.
3,io!t SALI:, Toree tiv-t-class lots in the new
town, on the hill adjoining tlie residence of
.1 . V . Love on tlie south. Host Location in the
city. Apply to A. .). Uou;;hton. Kill".
iV'I! SALK. A good saddle horse, by Mrs
L. Di'Pmarais.
3 I ML FOIl SALK.liy Moored llulf, at the
' lint Springs. Leave orders atllerliert t
Co'sdru;,' store, on the plaza
Í.TOR SALK. Kill head of cattle. For further
1) inlormiitloi: apply to .Lilla Urns. , Las V e
jits, ami A. Nelson & Co. , Anton Chico, X. M.
i TSOll SALK A tfood sixteen horse power
steam engine, all in rio.niiiii order und
Inline eiiouiih lo run a Hour mill. Any person
(IcMrhl;; to see it running can do eo any day nl
mv planing miil al La Vc?:is. Ap'plv for
tenmta JOHN' Ii. '.VOoTl.X.
'.MI'
FOR SALE,
A first-class stock ranch at Cunonritn, near
tlie Conchos. Good water facilities, (rood
house, with six rooms, stable, i;ood well, etc
A (rood title will lie given. For particular
enquire of (fio-lm MILS. Y. K01I S .
BACA HALL FOIl IlKXT. The proprietor
wishing to remove his residence will rent
liaca Hall for the coining season, or will sell it
for a reasonable price. Tho hall is the best In
tho Territory nudis provided with a stu and
complete scenerv. Address,
AN IONIO JOSE HACA
Lm Vean, X. M.
Ailniliiisl ral op'h Xollre.
Notice U hen hv Riten that tho Hon. l'mbale
Court in iimt tor the comity ol :tn Mitinel, ami
Territory of New Mexico, hn H)poiiiicd the ti
ilersined uilmiiii-ir.'Mor i f the t stnte ol I rani.
ChapiiiMii, ilei'C:i.-ed. All peivmis indebted t i
said e-l.ite will make i mmed inte net t temen : ;
und all persons h.ivini; claims u?:en-d mild t -lateuill
present them within lelve nioiiti.
M. lllU N-U ICK,
lC.Vl v Administrator.
Las ViV'H". M., Feh. 7lti, Issn.
$100 Reward lor Tiimlirnn.
The above reward will be paid by t'o Mora
Count v Mock Grower- Association of Mora Co.
New Mexico, lor Ihe arrest aud delivery to tlie
proper authorities nt Mora Count r Jail of
TOM DKAN niias 'loM C'l'MMINGS,
from Armenla, lted lüver, X. M ., fo r steidintr
cattle. Pean w hen last, heard from w.is at one
of the Narrow Guaiío lint I lioad camps at Kin
An ilMC untv New Mexico.
A .STANDING 11KWAHD OF $:,: IS OF
FF.ilKD. For the arrest and conviction ofnnyTIIIFF
who lias stolen Stock from any member of Ihe
Mora Count v stock Growers Association, and
$lo: KFWAIU)
Will be paid for Information which will lead
to the conviction of I'.uvers of Stolen Stock.
stock gi;owi;i:s association,
Mora County, N . M
E. II. SKIPWITII,
Physician & Surgeon,
O íleo over Herbert's Drug Store on
tlie Plaza.
Santa Fe SaUery
Centre St., Last Las Vugas.
Everything in the baker's line constantly
on hand
HURFRTY & AXGELL, Prop'rs.
HOPPBE BBOS
Dealers in
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
clothing, f.oots & shoes.
Produce, a Snecialt.y. Orders tilled on short no
tice. Proprietors ol the
Dslmonico Restaurant.
líast Las Vesas, N. M.
G. F. MASTSOFF,
Contractor and Builder
Las Vegas, Santa Fe. A!liu(uenue. aud
S;:n Marcial.
Xli. KLLIS.
J SIGN AND OilXAMKXTAL
PAINTER.
Wo Ret up Sijfiis on the shortest notice and In
thi! latest, style, both plain and fancy.
LAS VEGAS, XKW MEXICO.
'1 KUF.UTY & M( CAI' FüF.Y.
James Geherty, Kd. M- Caffrey.
PLASTERERS AND BUILDERS
Will attend to all contracts promptly both in
city and country. Give us a call and
try our work.
LAS VF.fi AS, '- - NKW MKXIlO.
W. a. Ward,
Contractor and Buildr.e
LA si VEGAS, N. M.
IV. H. VYKITELAW
Attorney at Lav,
Will attend to all leal business prompl I; ,
Center Street, Fast Las Vepas, New Mexico.
17!)-d.
Manufacturer ot
ÜEXICA1T JEWELRY
LAS VEGAS, - - - N.M
In Homero P.uildluí;, Fast side ol the l'lvn.
W. Steels,
HTSTICK OFTHK FEACI-. lor i'r. inct No.
2:l, Kust Lü. Ve;.ra-;.
Ileal lisíate, Collectnv.? Agent mid C.nvev
ine.ei'. D'seds, Mortgages ami .fiiMice-' Ühiitks lr
sale.
(Jilieu ,u tins hit I between t lit- old i..i,t neu'
'owns.
B ii. K íi' A' i l Y S A J, O A7.
Opposite Jalla Uros., East Sida.
Fresh I'eer always on Draught. A:so
Fine Ciofars and Whiskey.
Lunch Counter in Can
neciion HOWI'SON & FAEIAN,
Genera! Comm'n Merchants
AN. SALLSMKN Fo'l!
ED ASTEB1T IIU3 3 3 ,
Office Kaslfilde I!. R. Ave., opposite '.rowne X
Manzanares.
JNO. F. BOS'TWICii.
P. O, LY DON
OOSTWICK & LYSQN
A tt ornoys -.tX ii-x?r.
O Hice at Exchange Hotel 5 nil. lino;.
Las Vkgas, N. M.
OTERO & J EAGER,
Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Corn, Hay and Forage.
Lincoln, County, S'eti liexien.
BIBLES! BIBLES ! BIBLES!
Of everv kind and stylo, nt Iter. Ii. W. al
fee's. F-njilish niel Spanish, or in any otilar
lanjruaso, for Me cheap or .iven away."
M. MAT THIIvsOX,
District 5npe nmteiKlent R. fl. s. mr New
Moiico und Arizona.

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