LÁfi VEGAS, N". M., TIIl7RSiA O VEAÍBER 11, 1880.
DEALER IX !
Corner of Centre Street and Grand
Avenue, East Las Vegas.
As complete an assortment of Mer-
handiso as cau be found anywhere
wli.cli will be sold at the lowest pos
.John C. Carris,
Til E IIOS
Moot 4V Shoemaker
Opposite Jafln Bros., guarantees satisfaction
nuil a perfect lit or uo pay.
HOUSE A FID SQN
PAIN T E It.
Frecoe, graining, calsoinining,
paper hanging, etc ' Leave orders
with M. llei.ee on the plaza.
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
HOME, OF NEW YORK.
SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MA
J I AMBURG-M A . DEBUltG, HAM
, n. n 11 o v i 1 n o,
OFFICE 13Í SEW TOWN.
Ami Undertaking Goods ot all Kinds Kept
Constantly on Hand.
IE HrijiJN IL OGDEN,
LAS VEGAS, N. M.
All Orders Promptly Tilled.
Las Vegas, New Mexico.
I i AY,
Handled in Car Lots.
liutter, Eggs and Poultry always on
and. Cash paid rn consignments.
cj to ore: rwr nsc u
(Operative and Mechanical .)
Listening to the sol icitatatiou oí many citi
jrw if Los Vegas, lr. F H. Degraw lias
t. ene.l an ollice for the practice of Dentistry.
íim,í.ns j:xtii ctio.v or teeth.
iei'th Extracted, Plugged and Pepaired
Mouths examined and advice given freo 0
.VITIFICIAL SETS OK TEETH IX CELLU
LOID. FICE HOURS FROM 8 A. M.,to .1 P.M.
iood Reference Given. All Work Warranted.
oiüVe on North Side oí Plaza. Open Jul)
-. 1st, 1880.
Caliery in the Rear of the Exchange
Hotel, West Las Vegas.
ji:imriL:(BnKr4 w -mm
N. J. PETTIJOHN M. D ,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
Hot Springs and Las Vegas.
hronic Diseases and Diseases of Females a
MOT SPRINGS - - 8 tol'J A.M.
Í .AS VEGAS--Ccntral Drug Store, 2 to ü l M
OTERO Y JEAGER7
Zacate, etc., por Fleteros.
C3-TJ" A. ID A-XtA-J" &.EA,
Condado tie Lincoln, Sew Mexico.
j. F HAN 00 Oil A VES,
Attorney at Law
(ALStQUKKgUZ, .... KT.W MKXIOft
The Proposition to Steal X. Y
Hems Seriously Consul
eictl by Democrats.
The Way the I.eptiblicai 1 De
fiauded 111 Indiana
Murderer Surrenders Him
self to the Authorities
The Silver Slill to be Early I5e
porled Excu rsioutsts
Counting out New York.
"Washington, D. C, November 10,
Tne Star this evening publishes this;
a highly interesting dispatch from its
New York special correspondent,
which though fcceiuingly somewhat
sensational is known here to have
been written by a person not addict
ed to sensation. II" says while up to
(his tniH' the very suggestion of going
behind the New York returns and de
claring this state for Hancock has
been classed ps part of t lie machinery
lor letting the democrats down easy
it has been diseoyerc-v. that the dem
ocrats are very serious about the mat
ter and working to that end with vig
or unknown during the canvass. Af
ter an industrious search for informa
tion leading to the democratic inten
tion in this matter your correspond
ent with the inside secrets, finds:
1st. That this statement comes
lrom localities out side of the state,
principally from southern states and
mainly from Kentucky, and llich
mond, 1 hat dispatches and letters and
democratic newspapers have -worked
with great effect upon the democratic
committee here who feared the effect
of the opposition the business here
would give to any further election
2nd. That the disputed question
of the support of the solid south is
settled iu this matter as the commit
tee here would not go on with this
project, that Irving Hall and Tam
many Hall and state have been at
work, and claim to have made discov
eries that astound those engaged in
the prosecution of the inquiries into
the various kinds of alledged frauds.
Among other things they have found
a technical violation of the law which
is a penal offense under the statute.
In a portion of the tickets the intent
of the voter is not denied but the law
makes certain kinds of tickets only
valid and opens the penitentiary to
those implicated in preparing them
3rd. The Democratic National
Committee has not yet t ideen hold of
the matter, but its executive commit
tee nice's here Friday. At this meet
ing the reports from three other com
mittee's, now working the subject,
will produce forthwith affidavits to
prove fraud involving over "0,000
4th -These committees will request
the National Committee, to insist up
on the appointment of a congress
ional committee for investigation in
the New York election. That they
are serious m tne matter tliere is no
doubt. The republicans have done
uotliing, believing up to this time as j
Gen. Hancock. He is utterly oppos
ed to any cheme of the kind, and
says that nothing would come of the
talk; but now they propose to be
ready to demand that the same class
of investigation shall proceed under
their auspices in certain soul hern
state:-', and he-re, also, 1o prove demo
cratic fraud. Three or four demo
cratic senators have already been hoard
from; Senator Davis of West Virgin
ia, says he will not be a party to it but
will oppose any attempt to open the
affair, nud the others say they will
not think of giving it countenance.
A nervous feeling is obvious here and
nothing but some public declaration
from enough democratic congress
men to settle the matter will avert the
unsteadiness in business that is
threatening to happen and to last till
the votes are couutcd in January.
Cincinnati, O., November 10.-The
Commercial's Indianapolis special
tbows what a ridiculous figure ii cut
by the Democratic politicians who
are trying to prove the frauds in the
October elections. The only thiug
they have so far a'taiued is to add to
(heir own confusion and to reveal to
U. S. Commissioner Lewis Jordcn a
Democrat iu some very peculiar pro
ceedings. One ease has already been
given in which Mr. Jordan persuaded
a man to make an affidavit to what
he did not believe. A 'id now conic
two oilier instances : John F. Ehardt
of Wabash was arraigned for swear
ing in an illegal vote in Pieasaut
Township. The prosecuting witness
testified that he knew nothing per
sonally about the voter whatever,
whether lie was a legal voler or not
but a milliner of persons in Wabash
county insisted that he should make
affidavit against Ehardt and that on
top of this he received a telegram
from Itidianapolis signed Hunter ask
ing him to come here and make the
affidavit and saying that ho would
receive his expenses, lie did come
and make the affidavit and was paid
his expenses. The names of l hose
interested were extracted from the
the witness and suits for their arrest
and prosecution are like'y to follow.
The second case is that of Elder A.
15. Chase, pastor of the Christian
church at Wabash arrested for not
acquiring a residence iu the St;tto.
Clio,! agreed ou the 31st of March
with 'the official board of the Christian
church to preach for them and began
his ministry on the third of May. The
interim was spent by him in prepar
ing to 't ovo from Peoria, Illinois, his
old home. It is claimed the intention
to make Indiana his homo was fixed
in March which made him a legal vol
er. The affidavit fur his arrest was
made by a man who is said to be one
of the most worthless men in Wabash
and the arrest caused much;cxcite
inent there. Mr. Chase was dis
charged upon his own statement. It
should he remembered that these
swift prosecutors, McDonald and
Scott have not seen fit to take 11 : any
cases submitted to them by the Re
publicans. Hunting Evidence.
Philadelphia, Nov. 10. -The Ledg
er's New York correspondent has
learned from a perfefectly reliable
source that the Tammany committees
arc uo wat work obtaining what are
called legal proofs of alleged iilega:
voting in no less than twenty-two as
sembly districts. These committees
will submit their teporl to the board
af state canvassers, which meets at
Albany on the seventeenth. Affida
vits, supported by additional testimo
ny of illegal voting, which- it is un
derstood, will be furnished by the
Democratic State Committee will
declare Hancock electors duly chosen.
This it is expected will at once
bring the issue before congres-.
ill be Paid.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 10.- The
Secretary of 1 he Treasury h is notifi
ed the holders of the six per cent,
bonds, isued February 8th, 1861. that
they will be paid at the treasury de
partment on December 31st, and that
the interest thcioou will cease on thai
day. These are not to be confuted
with the six per cent, bonds of 1881.
which were issued in August, 1861.
and March 1863. The department
will be enabled to pay more prompt
ly if the bonds for redemption are re
ceived early in the month. Bonds
fowarded lor redemption should be
addressed to the secretary of the
Chicago, Illinois, November 10.
1 csterday a rather prepossessing
young man wiib red mustaches and
neatly dressed who said his name was
John McMiunus stepped into Chief
McDounel's office and said he was
wanted in Philadelphia for the mur
der of Bernard Kelly in a political
met ting about two years ago. After
klling Kelly McMannus went to San
Francisco and rambled about the
west for several months, coining here
in July, The Philadelphia authori
ties request the Chicago police to de
tain him, so there seems to be some
ground for his self-accusation.
Paris, Nov. 10. The Meeting of the
Ministers and Under Secretaries last
ed from 8 till midnight. The minis
ters finally determined, at the request
of President Grcvy, to defer their de
cision concerning resignations. There
will be another Cabinet council this
evening. The Journal Desbates Re
publique Franeaise, Sycle and oilier
Republican papers consider yester
day's vote due to the deplorable mis
understanding and express hopes that
the Miuite will retain their poN
Radical papers declare for new Cabi- j
uci ur uiu lUB-r.inmuii ni 1 110 lvliu:u-
Sau Francisco, Nov. 10. A Victo
ria dispatch says that a large public
meeting was held lat night to con
sider tho Canada default in the mat
ter of the Island railway resolutions.
It recites the losses that the proviuce
has sustained through the reservation.
For several years the Island coast and
ag-icultural lauds express the be
lief that, the proviuce would be better
offas a crown colony if the railroad
obligations of the dominion arc not
fulfilled. The speeches were gener
ally distiuguMied for their frieudly
tone toward Canada.
London, Nov. 10. Later particu
lars from Agraw iu Cralea, concern
ing the earl' quake felt throughout
south Austria on yesterday, state that
200 houses and two churches were
damaged. Part of the Cathedral must
be rebuilt also part (f the palace and
country seat of the Ihe Cardinal
Arch Bishop. The government
school and a cigar manufactory were
half des'royed. All buildiugs within
a radius of fourteen miles were terri
Omaha, November 10. The tnius
from Chicago to-day brought into
Nebraska nearly two thousand ex
cursionists from Ihe eastern states.
They conic to view the state and pur
chase land lrom land grauted to the
railroad-, who got up the excursion
al about one cent a mile. Many of
these visitors will notonly buy lands
but will also remove to Nebraska.
Another equally as large number are
expected í arrive to-morrow.
New York, November 10. The
Mail declares the recent election
means the early report, of the silver
bill, which will go down with green
buck currency. It believes Ihe gov
efii'ment will i.-sue bonds for the
greenbacks, or in other words fund
them, and lint this will be one of the
first acts of the coming administra
Chicago, November 10. The state
supremo court to-day made a public
decision, refusing supersedeas in the
case of the Lake Stiore & Michigan
Southern vs .Western Indiana rail
road. This is a ca?e involving the
eondemnauou of certain hind neces
essary to iccnre entrain: 1 into the- city
by the Western Indiana. It is a sub
stantial victory of the latter road over
the Lake Shore.
He has no Part.
Washington, I). C, Nov. 10. -The
Star this evening says : Letters from
Gen. Hancock was received here to
da v bv an offices who was on his
slair. In the letter be says emphatic
ally that h has no part in the agita
tion in regard to throwing out the
ev York vole. Me is opposed to
ihe agitation, and believes that Gen.
Garfield was elected.
Jacksonville, Florida, Nov. 10.
The train from Mapisou court house,
having on board live citizens in
charge of the deputy U. S. Marshal,
arrested for the violation of the elec
tion laws, was boarded on Tuesday
night as it was leaving Madison by a
parly of masked men who relieved
the prisoners and made the witucsses
Chicago, November 10. A Galena
special says that, Leonard Hiffncrs'
restaurant in Alenbare, Wis., burned
on l ist Saturday, and two of Hilfiiers
children aged three and live years,
perilled in the flames, and their
mother severely but not, fat Ally burn
New York, November 10. The
Bulletin says that the prophetic spec
ulators here aic discounting the busi
ness of DeLesscps canal by buying the
DcadwoodD 'J'., Nov. 10. A fire
in the central part of the city this
evening destroyed Ihe American
House and contents. Loss, $60,000.
Frank J. Weber has opened a
grain and iced stable in the rear
of tho National hotel. Grain of all
kinds and hay will be kept in abun
dance. Mr. Telesfor Jaramillo came up
yesterday from Fort. Sun.ner.
Bound to Vote.
The citizens of Red River, cousider
it a privilege to vote as is illustrated
by the following sketch taken from
the '-Red River Chronicle." The
voting place in this precinct had becu
moved some 40 miles distant from
where a majority of the voters live
and iu order to exercise their right to
vote, the people had to start the day
previous to the election and make
this long journey.
Our ride was down the valley of the
Cauadian until we reach Johnson's
ranch, sonic 'welve miles from here.
There we took the light hand road
and continued ou it as far as the cross
ing of the Carrizo, where Mr. George
Chaves and a large caravan of horse
men awaited us with a spread table
for dinner. Repast soon over. Iu the
meantime Mr. Simon Baca, of the Up
per Town of Las Vegas, who was
sent here to look out for the interests
of the democratic party of San Mi
guel County, had overtaken and
passed u, as well as Mr. Hilario Gon
zales, our neighbor, who took all the
spare force of his burg in four wagons;
which, together with what Mr. Lopez
atid his three sons-ui-law brought
along in their vehicles, made up a
little company of sixty votes. Just
as we passed the last point of Mesa
Rica the sun went dowu on us, and
the animals were hurried on to reach
Clark's Ranch about dusk.
Commodore Nelson received us
with open arms ; some found quarters
at Mr. Clark's; others at Mr. Giller
man's ; sonic slept that night around
th camp fire; Mr. Lopezjaud party
went a mile further up the velley and
our editor spread his blanket down
iu the wagon to watch the treasure in
the blue keg.
WANTED A good engineer to rnnamill
enfrine. Enquire ut T. Komero & Son's
s ore on tins plaza. tf.
A reliable man or boy.
'Billy's" on the plaza.
IOST. A blank book containing scraps of
.jpootry and a diary, i he finder will please
return the same to Clias. Walker at M. Bruns
"I TANTEO. --One or two furilhed rooms
t V lor a lady.
Enquire at this ollice.
Chas. Toll, East side.
ITIOR RENT One front room west of M,
1 Brunswick's slore by A. Hold. K7-tf.
I 'OR SALE
A lot of chairs, buffalo robes,
1. i we double nets ol harness
Inquire ol A.
I7H)11 SALE, --Torce llrst-class lots in the new
I town, on the hill adjoining the residence of
I . w . I.ove on the south. Hast Location In the
city. Apply to A. J. Houghton. S.'ltf.
ilOlt SALE. A good saddle horse, by Mrs
I I Ml! FOR SALE. By Moore Huff, at the
' A Hot Springs. Leave orders ntllerbert &
to surug suirc, on tno plaza
ijiOli SALE. Kill head of cattle. For further
ID iniiii iriüfioi: apply to Jaffa Bros. , Las v
,iiti , ;.nil A . S'uisou & Co. , Anton Chico, N . M
tTUlt SALE A good sixteen horse power
4 blcam engine, all in running order and
huge L-uoiigli to run a Hour mill. Any person
itoc iriu i to sec it running can do so any day at
my planing mill at La Vegas. Apply for
terms tw JOHN" B. 'A OOTEN.
BACA II ALL FOR RENT. The proprietor
wishing to remove his residence will rent
Baca Hall for tho coming season, or will sell it
lor a reasonable price. Ihe hall Is the best In
the Territory and is provided with a stugo and
cumpivtc scuoery. Atiiircss,
AN IONIO JOSE BACA
Las Vegas, N . M
I OST. A solid gold watch charm i-hled with
U lliree links "nil f . 1, ami T. In tno Miks
Miyone returning it to this oflice will bo liber
A flrst-class stock ranch at Canoncito, near
the ouciios. uooii water incomes, goon
house wllli six rooms, stable, good well, etc
A good title will ne given. For particulars
enquire t pHi-imj Jilts. 1 hull s.
Notice is hereby giren that Ihe Hon. Probate
Court iu and lor the comity ol San Miiruel. and
Territory of New Mexico, has appointed the un
dersigned aiiniiiii-trHior t tno estate ot iraiik
Chapman, deceased. All persons indebted to
s.-li i cstnli: will make immediate settlement;
and uuticT.sons n iving ct.-iims against said es
talc will present Ihem within twelvo months
Las Vegas, S. M., Feb. 7th, 1880.
$100 Ilcward for Tom noun.
The above reward will be paid by the Mora
Countv Stock Grower-Association of Mora Co.
New Mexico, lor the arrest ami del ivory to the
proper nulnorities at Alora county .lall ol
TOM DEAN aiias TuM CC.M.MINGS,
from Amienta, Red River, N. M ., for stealing
cattle. Dean when last heard from was at one
of the. Narrow Gnago Kail Road canips at Rio
Arriba county, ew Aiexico.
OF 3Ó0 IS OF-
For the arrest and conviction ofanyTIIIEF
who has stolen Stock from any member of the
Mora County Stock Growers Association, and
Will be paid for Information which will lead
to the conviction of Iluvers of Stolen Stock,
STOCK GUOVVEIM ASSOCIATION.
Mora County. N. .Si
Notice to Contractor.
I will receive bids until Monday noon, the
lftlh Inst., f.ir the construction of stone walls,
excavation of cellar and other repairs to be
made on my storerooms. Specifications and
be seen at my ollice.
Novmbr 10, jssn.
SIGN AND ORXAMKXTAL
We pet up Signs on the shortest notice and tn
the latest style, both plain and fancy.
LAS VEGAS, XEW MEXICO.
jyj-cCAFFKEY A GEHERTY,
lames Geherty, Ed. McCaffrey.
PLASTERERS AND BUILDERS
Will attend to all contracts promptly both la
city ami country. Give us a call and
try our work.
LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO.
E. H. SKIPWITH,
Physician & Surgeon,
Ollice over Herbert's Drug Store ou
Santa Fe Bakery
Centre St., East Las Vegas.
Everything in the baker's line constantly
iIUBERTY & ANGELL, Prop'rs..
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
CLOTHING, BOOTS SHOES.
Produce a Sneclalty . Orders filled on short no
tice. Proprietors ol the
East Las Vesas, N. M.
C. F. MASTSOFF,
Contractor and Builder
Las Vegas, Santa Fe, Albuquerque, and
TP. G. Ward,
Contractor and Buildr.e
LAS VEGAS, N. M.
W. H. WHITELAW
Attorney at Law,
Will attend to all legal business promptly.
Center Street, East Las Vegas, New Mexico.
rTT-AJxr so, iiucsno,
LAS VEGAS, - - - N. M
In Romero liuibling, East Side of the Plaza.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE for Precinct No.
2i), East Lai Vegan.
Rejil Estate, Collecting Agent an4 Conyey
Deei!.;, Mortgages and Justices' Blanks lor
Ollice on the hill between the old and new
B R E W E R Y S A L O 0 N.
ALBERT &. HERBER, Proprietors.
Opposite Jaffa Dims., East Side.
Fresh Beer always ou Draught. Aio
Fine Cigars and Whiskey.
Lunch Counter in Can
nection HOWISON & FABIAN,
General Comm'n Merchants
AN'i) SALESMEN FOR
Oll'.ce East side it. R. Avo., opposite Browne
JNO. F. BOS'TWICK.
P. O, LY DON
SOSTWICK & LYDON
Office at Exchange Hotel Building.
Las Vkuas, N. M.
OTERO & JEAGER,
Corn, Hay and Forage.
Lincoln, County, JJea Mexico.
M. SALAZ A 1!.
A TO It NET-A T-I.A W ,
Alex. McLean. Kobt. McLean. Jos. McLean.
Contractors and Builders.
All kinds of Mason Work. Fino
Plastering a Specialty. Contracts
taken in any Part of the Territory.
Las Vegas, N. M.
In Dold's Block.
Northwest Cor. of the Plaza.
The most elegant appointed Baloou in
the Southwest. The finest liquors in
the country. Mixed drinks a spec
ialty. Open day and night.
BIBLES! BIBLES! BIBLES 1
Of everv kind and style, at Rey. P. W. CaN.
fee's. English and Spanish, or in any other
language, for Mc cheap or giren away.
District Superintendent R. B. S. J'or Xrw
Mexico and Arir.osa.
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