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VEGA AZETTE, -i VO L,. í. LAS VEGAS, N". M., A;DXKKI)A V NOVE.AIBEI ÍO, 1880. isro. 102. LAS G I: ' A ... Philip iiolzimm, ! -IIKM.T.I! IX- Corner of Centre Street and Grand Avenue, East La Vegas. A complete an assortment of Mer chandise as cau be fouud) anywhere wli.f.h will be .sold.' at lowest pos lib serates. John C. Carris, Moot Sr Shoemaker OK Opposite Jada Uros., suarantees satisfaction anil a perfect lit or no a.v. A. Desmonís, HOUSE AfiD SIGN P A 1 X T E R. Frcscoe, graining, calsomin'mg, paper hanging, etc Leave orders with M. Heise on the plaza. Reliable Insurance LIVEKl'OOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE. HOME, OF NEW YORK. SPRINGFIELD KIKE AND MA RINE, MASS. 11 AM BURG-MA i - DEBURG, HAM BURG, GERMANY. C, K. B n O W N I ft C, AGENT, on h i: in sew tows. Coffirs, Caskets, Ami Undertaking Goods (it all Kinds Kept Constantly on Hand. I, AS VKGAS, X. M. All Orders Promptly ! illed- J. W. LOVE, Commission Merchant, Las Vegas, New Mexico. UAY, GRAIN, POTATOES, APPLES, ilaudled iu Car Lots. Butter, Eggs and Poultry always on hand. Cash paid m consignments. n v m-cz rBkr tb (Operative and Mechanical.) Listening to the solicitatatiou of many citi koiiu f La Vosas, lr. E II. Deirraw lias opened un olllce for the practice of Dentistry. CTIOX OF TEETH. TIIK DOCTO II' S SPECIALTY IS KINK GOLD WORK. Teeth Extracted, Plugged and repaired Mouths examined ami . advice given free Charge. ATTIEICIAL SETS OK TEETH IN CELLU LOID. OKKICE HOURS FROM 8 A. M.,to 5 P.M. liooil Reference Given. All Work Warranted. Olllce on North Side of Plaza. Open .hllj 1st, ISSO. J. N. FURLOfJC, PHOTOGRAPHER. Gallery in the Roar oí the Exchange Hotel, West Las Vegas. EICHAED T)Ulri5T, NOTA It Y PUBLIC. N. J. PETTIJOHN ifl. D , PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Hot Springs and Las Vegas. Chronic Diseases anil Diseases' of Females a spectulty HOT SPUING - - - StoUA.AI. !-AS VEGAS--Ceutrnl Drug Store, 2 too 1. M OTERO Y JEAGER, Trullcantes en AJniTotis, Provisiones, Zacate, etc., por Fletero. OUJD A.Tj A. IR, A., I'oiMliulo l Lincoln, New Mexico. J. FltANVO JI1A VKS, Attorney at Law ALBCQL'KKOL'E, - - - - NEW UKXICO ujmMíL MERCHANDISE TELEGBAPHIC. Ilitntoik's Plurality 1 St. the OUlcial Count in I,ouis S21 A Political Scheme by Which the Solid SouthC V Vote lor iJarfieJil The more y Lcjter 0 SIo,vly Grinding along i limit. 1 2 Presidential Appointments-. Tire at líotlie, Cal. Storm in Michigan. Considering. ; Chicago, JUi iuois, November 9.- Times Indiaiypolis special says a sto ry is telegraphed from Washington that leading Democrats of the South were considering the advisability of having Garfield's election made yiR nearly unanimous as the vote of their States will make it. The pian received some confirmation In a conversation bel ween a member of the Democratic state central committee and a Times correspondent, the former said After the October elections when ii became apparent that Hancock con d not be elected some of the wiser men in the party who foresaw trouble to the De mocracy in havingits strength lie in thu Solid South agitated a scheme by which i ii e ciecirai oie ui several 01 im! cwuim-ia ..uuv mu. w ibuk wLu,e remainder of the state ticket ifflr Gailield so that the pufiLy inighw be in good shape at least to have some sort of a show in another contest, but the Bourbon element stepped on it and the fight went on under the same old leaders. It was a great mistake and I think the crowning one of a long series of stupid blunders beginning wiih the nomination of Hancock. That was a concession of weakness nnd an admiss on that we had nothing of our own to make the race on, aud we deserved to be beaten. What the parly ought to have done and what was due to itself aud due to him was to re-nominate Tilden. Neglecting him was not only a slupcudous blun der but the basest political ingrati tude of the age, so monstrous as to be absolutely a crime. With the Solid South destroyed the most effective campaign material of the Republican party would be captured from them and the Democracy be iu the better trim for the next contest than at any time within the past , twenty-five years. Morey Letter. New York, November 9. In tins Morey letter cpse Morey tes tified that his brother was a Elight-of hand performer named Denn3 A. Morey. Thai Julian Morey was a half brother aud that he had auother brother named George H. Morey, and two sisters, bothofthem being dead. He had not been paid for testifying in tlii? case; that he had a nephew Frank 1). Morey. , Robert Lindsey testified that he was a deteclivc lor the secret organization of workmen in Maryland he knew II. L. Morey and traveled with him last i ebruary to Lynu: Morey showed the witness the Chinese letter on that oc casion and again in Boston between the 4th and 5th of February; he iden tified that which was shown him; he knew Morey first through a letter of introduction from a certain secret or ganization none of which he refuses to disclose; witnesses business ivag ch'efly walking about mines doing nothing; he could not however give nono of t he names ol the proprietors of any of the mines about which he liad been employed for years; he nev er went by the name of Co-nell but knew a man of that name who is now in the Albany penitentiary; he lost ' some money in Philadelphia in Febru ary, lb78; wituesshad previously sta ted the 6:ime money iu Boston the last time; Bliss demanded the name of the president of the workingmen's organ ization which employed the witness but the hitter said he was under oath not to reveal it or the secret society. Lowe maintained that the witness need uot answer. Judge Davis said: 'Such oaths should not abstaiu justice. The ques tion was a proper ouo." The wftness declined to answer the question, when Judge Davis said that ' he must answer the question. After consulting with Mr. Lowe the -vit-ncs9 said that W. W. Thompson, a lawyer in West Cumberland employ ed Kim; he saw him last Thursday and told him that he was coming to testi fy; he had lived with Thompson 12 years near the j&il; did not remember how near the court house was to the jail; he received twenty-live dollars a month winch he finds iu a letter in a niche of a ruin about a quarter of a mile from the entrance: didn't kuow the names of the family with whom he slept the past mouth. French Politics. Paris, Nov. 9. Iu a ministerial statement received at the opening of the chambers, Jules Tcrrv, president of the council of the Ministers Pub lic Institution for the expulsion of non authorized religious societies says; It is impossible to suspend the laws in consequence of resistance to their enforcement, nor have I deemed it necessary to ask for a new legisla tion law relative to congregations, legislations are wise and necessary and were established for the defense of civil society and the rights 1 stales. Certain members of irregular societies Actuated by political ral her that religious motives have organiz ed rebellion against the law move ment, and do not intend to enforce the dec.rce against female congrega tions as their- position will be regula ted by other procecdure. Official Vote. St. Louis, Not. 9. The official vote of this city gives Hancock '23,827, aud Garfield23,0()fi. Hancock's plurality 821. Crin ende u,dein era tic, for gov ernor 23,519; Dee.er, republican, '3,152 Brown, greeub icker, 891. Crittcn- ui,,,, nl.,p,iii Ar,7 ,i,...i;, .. .... I V - l"UI 11(1 I I KIKJ I . ii IJ I M l I (I 1 J I V Ull ranges from 231 to. 10G5. In the cily oflices majorities ranged from 1454 for the democrats to COOO for the republi cans; most of the city officers elected being republicans. Of three stale senators elected the republican elect two, and of fifteen representatives the democrats elect ten. Springfield, III., Nov. 9. Official returns from seventy-five counties show Cullom lor governor 185,324 Trumbull 161,480. Streeter 1796. Gar th Id' majority will be 40,500 mid Cul lom's 37,000. ' . Wool. Philadelphia, Nov 9. Wool mark et linn but unchanged. Boston, Nov. 9 Wool demand is good and ujicce gradually tending tip YiU'd. TlT prospects of trade-con-ununing are encouraging and holders appear to be quite indifferent about selling, Now that a favorable 1uni has come holders do not feel like closing oul all their desirable wools after carrying them on dull markets for several months The demand continues for all grades and qualities although manufacturers are still rtin niug on fine wools and late purchases of washed and unwashed fleeces have reduced stocks materially. California being in demand ainf Spring calling at 25 to 27; Fall at 16 to 20 Irish Troubles. Dublin, Nov. .9. jFour troops of Hussars were dispattfheLÍ forjBa'.leng brake by a special tFain at 2 p. m. 400 infantry has just arrived at Bal lengbrake aud will -encamp near Langhmask. These precautions are taken in view of tho intention of the northern Orangemen to send laborers to harvest the crops oí Mr. Berry c Ule, Lord Evens' agent, for whom the local peasantry at the instigation of the Land League, refuse to work. The government will protect a mod erate farce of laborers, but rcftiso to permit anything approaching an arm ed demonstration, which would pro voke a collision. A report is current this afternoon that the Channel squadron is to be prepared to land a brigade of 2,800 troops at Quecns town if ordered to do so. Appointments. Washington, Nov. 9. Piesident Hayes to-day appointed Chas. AV. Slagel, of Pacific, Iowa, Otis P. Clark, Newport, R. I., and A. B Nichols, of Philadelphia, commission ers to examine and report upon fifty mili!8 of railroad, constructed by the Northern Pacific R. R. Co. west of the Missouri River. The meeting of the Cabinet to-day was quite briol and no business of importance) was transacted. Imme diately alter adjournment nil of the members present, except Secretary Sherman, drove to the United States' ship Despatch ami proceeded to llamp on Roads w; witness the Naval review. , Fire. San Francisco, Nov. 9. Bodic dispatch says a lire broke out in the Goodshaw hoisting works at 1 this a. in. and destroyed the building, and the shaft took lire and the timbes burned down twenty or thirty feet. As soon as the llames subsided tem porary hoistii'g w orks were improv ised aud the foienu;n, James Hood descended the shaft. Theru were four men at. work on the 600 foot lev el, McCabe, Blackson, Smith and an other whose name was not ascertain ed, were found at the bottom of the shaft. Engineer Parker has not been seen since the lire end it is feared that he may have burned the building. A miner named Dogcu was killed iu the Troga mine this morning by a rock falling on him. His Testimony. New York, November 9. la the Warren Court of Inquiry to-day, Brigadier-General Locke testified that he bore a message from AVarren to Sheridan. The latter only replied, 'Tell General AVarren that he wasnot at the front to-day. That's all I have to say." AVilness said he was so im pressed with General Sheridan's an gry manner that he wrote his words down. Storm. Chicago. II!., November 9. A heavy fall of snow is reported in central Michigan to-day. At Jackson it wa-i so heavy that roofs of buildings are caving in under the burden. Grain Shipments. New York, Nove i.ber 9. The grain shipments irom this port to Europe during October amounted to 12,039,209 bushels and gave employ ment to 309 vessels. Total for the past month 117,020.827 bushels; being an increase over the corresponding months of last, year of many million bushels. It. is confidently expected that November and December will be the largest shipping months of the year and that the grand total of the vcar will exceed t went v-li've millions, being an increase of over 25 per cent, over last year. It is stated that ev ery vessel in port has been chartered to carry grain and that nonr are wait ing for employment. Missouri Congresauien. New York, November 9. The Tribune's St. Louis special says ihe republicans have.two districts in Mis souri, the 8th, ilesM'iger's, and thu 3rd. Thehiiter the democrats will claim by virtue ol having thrown out 400 votes or more, because Haas was spelled llaus in the republican candi dates name. The four greeubnekers will certainly vote with the republi cans in organizing the house aud on all other questions excepting finance. The Missouri congressional delegation stands, democrats, 7 . republicans, 6. Counterfeit. Havanua, Nov. 9.-For smi time past there has been an extraordinary falling oil in the sale of stamped pa per and an investigation was ordered and resulted in the discovery of a regularly established manufactory of counterfeit stamped paper. The ounterfeit is excellent, even contain ug secret counter marks aud is al mosl impossible to distinguish from the genuine. Eleven persons were implicated and imprisoned. Some are said o be of good standing. Yesterday George Toil, and a young companion named Morgan who had liad some difficulty in the public schools resoived 1o follow in the footsteps of the illu-lrious heroes of story books aud run away from home to seek their fortunes. Young Toft secured $20 from his mother's trunk and together the pair set out. Their tour was a short one, for upon being missed by their parents search was instituted and they were over taken at Green's and brought back to their homes. Toft will bo taught discipline at the. Las Vegas College. Prices to Suit the Times, J. C. BLAEEy Manufacturer and Dealer In SADDLES HARNESS. LAS VEGAS, . J ALIlLgUERQUE K, 5 NKW MEXICO. One Square Soath of Haza, ou Smith Side of Pacific Street, Carriage Trimming Dons to Order. WANTED Ax tKD A Rood engineer to run a mill intone. Knnuire lit T. immi ra A Son 'a e on tuu plaza. it. w J ANTED A rehab le man or boy. Apply m jiiiiys" mi uie piaza. I OST.--A blank book containing scraps of i jpneiry ami a uiarv. ne Under will please relurn Hie same to Cbaa. Walker at M. lintus wicks. WANTED. -One or two furiished rooms lor a lady. Enquire at this olllce. FOR SALE. 7V)R ItENT--- room 20x10. Enquire of Chas. Toft, Est sitio 10 It RENT One front room west of M. lirunswick's store by A. Dold. 87-tf. 1 "OR SALE- A lot of chairs, buffalo robes, " iwe double sets ol harness. Inquire of A. i'old. 87-tf. IO II SALE, Toree first-class lots in the new town, nil tilo ll i 1 1 nilinlniiitr tlir. naiflnnin r,P J. W. Love on the south. Host Location in the city. Apply to A. .1. Houu'hton. S'ltf. "I VK SALE. A good saddle horse, by Mrs Lj Destilarais. I IME FOR SALE. By Moore & Huir, at the I i lid Slirilltrq. T.nui-A nnlwpa af-ll.ii1wi,.t A Co's druse store, on the plaza rÜR SALE. 1 0(1 tiead of cattle. L? inlormallot: apply to Jaffa Uros. , Las V e a, ami A. Nelson & Co., Anton Chico, X. AI. For further I 71 OR SALE--A good sixteen horse power - &toim engine, all in running order and hil'lTi' i'lliill-'il In rim ti lLui mill A mr t.m..x ileiiiniiitto see it running can do so any day at my planing mill at Las Veits. Apply for terms I JOHN B. S OOTEX. aau-tf BACA HALL FOR RENT. The proprietor wishing to remove his residence will rent llaca Hall for the coming season, or w ill sell it for a reasonable price. The hall is the best In the Territory and is provided with a stage and comi'lulu scenery. Address, AN IONIO JOSK BACA Las Vejías, N . H. 1 ost. A solid gold watcli charm thleld with Lj three links ami F. L. and T. in the links. Anyone retimiinji it to this ollice will be liber ally rewarded. A first-class stock ranch at Cannncito, near the Concluís. Good water facilities, good house with six rooms, stable, good well, etc. A .good title will ne given. For particulars enquire of !)0-1m MRS. Y.KOHn. AiJenliilstrator'H Xotice. Notice is hereby given that the lion. Probate Court in and lor the county ol San Miguel, and Territory of New Mexico, has appointed the un dersigned udmiiilstriitúr f the estate ol Frank Chapman, deceased. All persons indebted to said estrilo will make immediate settlement; and all ptisons having claims against said es tate will present them within twelve months. M. BRCNsVV (JK, 1 M-l y A (I m i n is t rator . Las Vegas, N. M., Fell. 7th, lsio. $100 Steward for TomDran The above reward will be paid by the Mora County Stuck Grower-Association "of Mora Co. New Mexico, lur the arrest aud delivery to the proper authorities at Mora County Jail of TOM DEA M altas Toil CUA1M1NGS, from Armenta, Red River, N. M ., for stealing cattle, llean when Iíibí. lionvil tV,,m ut.id ni Ann of the Narrow Guage Rail Road camps at Rio Arrina c.iiimv, .M'w Mexico. A STANDING REWARD OF $50 IS OF- FERED. For the nrieit and conviction of any THIEF who lias stolen Stock from any member oflhe Mora Couutr .Stock Growers Association, ami $100 REWARD Will lie paid for Information which will lead to the conviction of Buyers of Stolen Stock, STOCK GROWElis ASSOCIATION, Alora County, N. M ALFRED B KAGER, ATTOENEY A.' Xi-A."W Dold's Buildin. LAS VKGAS, N. Al NKW STORE! NEW GOODS! Win. Gillerman, Has opened a stock of MERCHANDISE, a l Fort Mascom. m A Full Assortment in every line which will be sold at Las Vegas Trices, Freight Added. "THE WHITE" The lightest running machine in the world. Almost Noiseless. New and in Per fect Order. WM. If. II. ALLISON, EAST LAH VEGAS, III. ELLIS. J SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER. We get up Signs on the shortest notice and in the latest style, both plain and fancy. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. EIIERTY AIcCAFFKEY, James Gehcrty, FA. AlcCaffrer. PLASTERERS AND BUILDERS Will attend to all contracts promptly both m city and country. Give us a call and try our work. LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO. E. II. SKIPWITH, liysician & Surgeon, OrMce over Herbert's Drug Store on the Plaza. Santa Fe Bakery Centre St., East Las Vegas. Everything in the baker's line constantly on hand tlUBERTY & ANGELL, Prop'rs. HOPPER BEOS,, Dealers In Staple and Fancy Groceries, CLOTHING, BOOTS SHOES. Produce a Specialty. Orders filled on short no tice. Proprietors ol the Delmonico Restaurant. East Las V'esas, N. M. C. F. MASTSOFF, Contractor and Builder Las Vegas, Santa Fc. Albuquerque, and San Marcial. W. G. Ward, Contractor and Buildr.e LAS VEGAS, N. M. W. H. WHITELAW Attorney at Law, Will attend to all legal business promptl Center Street, East Las Vegas, New Mexi 17!-d. Manufacturer of MEXICAN JEWELJ LAS VEGAS, - - - In liomero Kuibllng, East Side of the I W. Steele, JUSTICE OF THE PEACH for Pre- 2i), East Las Vegas. ileal JiJstate, Uollecttug Agent and uneer. Deeiis, Mortgages and Justices' V sale. Ollice on the hill between the oh towns. B H E W E 11 Y $ A ALBERT &, HER3ER, Pro Opposite Jaffa Iiros., Ei Fresh lieer always on Dra' Fine Cigars and VV Lunch Counter iu neetion HOWISON 1 Ft General Comm'n ANi) SALESAIF EASTEEU : Office East side It. R. Ave., Afanzanares. JNO. F. BOSTWICK. BOSTWICK Attorneys' Office at Exchange Las Veg. OTERO De GROCERIES' Corn, II G-TT.A.D Lincoln, Conn M. S A LAZA A Las Veg as Alex. AlcLean McT Contxp All ki Plasteri taken i' Th t \n\n .... ''.,;vr ir::, : ;; ' ' " ...Sil. ai"-'- Uinix.-'W.