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Irs Vegas Daily Ga?ette.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1880. '. .ii-ii t- OKAX6E BLOSSOMS. Brilliant Weddlaa; of I'ormrr I.aa Vega l-atlr. The marriage of Miss Fannie Ros enthal, formeny of Las Vegas, to Mr. Max Rosenthal, the well-known stock niau of La Cinta was celebrated at the residence of the bride's parents, 707 Larimer St., Denver, on Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Although on ly intimate friends of the bride and groom were invited, still a large num ber were present. The reremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Saft, aud C. M. Schayer aud Albert Abel and their wives offi ciated as groomsmen And brides maids. The bride was dressed at the ceremony in her traveling dress, an elegant jombiuatiou of dregs ot wine, cassimcrc and brocaded satin. The parly afterwards sat down to a well served banquet, after which the happy couple embarked on the eve ning train lor Colorado Springs. They will spend seircal days at Mau jtou aud afterwards visit Las Vegas, rooms haviug been engaged at the Sumner llou-e. The following is a list of some of the many presents which the bride received: An elegant silver tea set complete, from the parents of the bride. An elegant Freuch mirror. A bobbiuet worked toilet set. Two fine silver water services. Magnificent silver jewelry case trimmed with gold. Gold and silver candlestick. Silver cake stand. Three fine silver butter dishes. Three handsome sets of vases. Beautiful Chinese dressing case, procured from China, presented by a Chinese servant of the family. Congratulatory dispatches were re ceived from friends in Las Vegas, Kansas City, Chieaga and El Moro. A Word to Railway Officials. People living on the west side would be greatly obliged to the railway offi cials if some provision was made for appraising them of the arrival of traiuR behind time. It is pretty t'Migh to be obliged to make several tr'ps to the depot to inquire when a train is expected on such a nijlit. as Wednes day night. It is undoubtedly an an noyance to railway officials to be salut ed every tew minutes with the stero typed query "when will the train be in?'' aud those who are considerably interested are obliged to suffer for the infliction imposed by chronic bores who have nothing else to do but sat isfy a morbid curiosity. We doubt not but what some arrangement could be made by which this intelligence' could be telegraphed over to this side and a bulletin kept at the post office. If this is not practicable, the Gazette will endeavor to keep the run of the trains, if the proper facilities lor se curing reliable imformafion are tend ered us. Or, again, would it not be a ood scheme to get up a subscription an 1 put in a telephone line, by nicaus of which the end sought for could be aitained? At any rateno matter what what means are employed something should he done at once, and it is due from the railway officials to assist all they can in mitigating what has come to be a regular nuisance. Only a few nights ago. upon the ar rival of one of the trains there were no 'busses at the depot aud on y one public conveyance that was fortun ately within eay distance of the de pot when the train whistled, simply because no one knew when it would be in. It is no one's lr.ult, because it is uo oue's business to attend to these things, but t: ey are of moment to people about t start off on a journey and who could as well be snug at home or ongros9.d in business did ihey know what leeway they hud in catching the train. HOTEL ARRIVALS. St. Nicholas Hotel. F. t'. Kaiser, It. J. biinpson, H. C. Filler, Harper Co. Kansas; Wm. liuble, Pueblo, Cut j Chas Vqx, Trinidad; C. II Van Tasseu, Kan sas Clty J. L. Hurr, Topckaj Andy Boyd, E. J. Guild, llanglilaj C. Wiirleu Albuquer que; Aaron Fri-r, Trinidad; John A. Black Chicago; K. Holbcrt and wlfo, Ntrndesha, lias.; E. lingers; F. 1. Beam, Leadulle; Cornel iu Sandojal aud wife, Kl Paoo; II. C, Sims, for est, Ind.: O. r. Guthrie, Chiogo; W. H, l'uituu, Lus Cerrillos. Sumner Horn. i. McKellar. R. II, Steavenson, San Fran else: 8. A Klce, J. H. Snodgmss, Wichita, Ki. J. W. Search, C. II. Simmon, F. D. Ir laud, Wellington. Ks.; J, F, Kosel, Bitughls; James Wright, Kansas City: J.J. Schmidt Henry Blech, Ocate; A. LeTy, Walsenburg; Chas. Wheeler, Pecos. mm- It took nerve to ride through tho streets in a cutter late yesterday after ,nuon. Saw filing would be account ed music by the side of the rasping of sleigh runners ou the frozen, hubbly rnrfh. " A special telegram published in the Gazette of Thursday morning brief ly chronicled the shooting of two des peradoes at San Marcial on Monday even'ug. From a gentleman who came iu ou yesterday's train, we learn the particulars of the shooting bee. The two fellows had been loafing about San Marcial for some time and had threatened the live of several people. It is not known how many mu they killed in that country but there are several charges laid up against them. A 6hort time ago they "rolled" a man on the streets and got away with $170, but were finally captured and taken to Socorro by the deputy marshal. But such fellows do not hanker jail fare and prison accomoda tions and in some way succeeded in making their way back to San Marci al, reaching there nearly as soon as the man who had taken them up. The desperadoep, who passed by the names of Billy White aud Bill Johnson, swaggered into the saloon kept by au old fellow, whom they "held up." ran the bar to suit them selves, aud then standing their host up against the wall began firing at him to see how near they could come without hitting him. Fortunately for him they missed every time. The people of the terminus began to think that it was about time they were rid of the presence of such a crowd and when they had openly threatened the lives of three o four men they thought that the time to act had come. Monday night a dance house man heard thorn talking and ar ranging their plans to rob a man of $60 and t' en light out for the Ind:an Territory the next day. They also sent word to Dr. Cunningham that they intended to take his scalp or leave their own behind with him The vigilantes who organized a few weeks ago, caught the pair on the streets and immediately opened fire on them. Each house in the neigh borhood had a sentry posted at the door ready to fire at the desperadoes if they made a break to enter. The carcasses of the two characters were fou ud to be well riddled with bulléis, one having received twenty-four shots aud the othor eighteen. The llecent Accident. Andy Boyd, driver of locomotiveNo 17 that met with an accident at Isle ta Wednesday morning, is in the city From him we learn the following ad ditioual particulars of the turn-over The train as previously stated was ouly making ten miles an hour tho lo comolive having already made two uncomfortable iumps before the final leap was taken. i ne aeciaent occurea about halt a mile this side of Isleta and just as the train was about to round a curve. There was nothing to warn Engineer Bovd of his danger and the first in timation of danger was the sudden fall of the loconitive that jumped the track aud went pb ughing down the embankment. When the locomotive took its turn ble, Boyd became wedged iu ami was considerably squeezed besides being treated to an ice chl shower bath on his head, and hot water running over his legs. He is pretty well used up but we hope to see him lively in a few davs. That KiiImIi llalty A Madrid letter to the Pull Moll Gazette thus describes the new Prin cess of Spain, Queen Christine, and her suite on the occasion of the royal "churchinu:" At 2 o'clock the clergy, pre oded by the cross and lighted candles, went out to meet the royal party. The first lo enter was Archduchess Isabella, the Queen's mother, a most beaut, ful and regal-looking woman. Her be havior aud that of the two young, good-looking Bavarian Princes, ilk King's cons ns, who arc now here on a visit, was admirable. The Queen came next, with her daughter iu her arms, her husband by her side, sur rouuded by her brilliantly dtlired sister and ladies in waiting. 1 regret to say a more uncomely set of women than those choseu for lhee high hon ors could hardly be found an where. Blue blood certainly does not insure beauty or distinction. The Queen was dressed in white satiu, Ou her head a diamond crown, holding back a white Brussels lace small pointed mantilla. The baby had us eyes open aud was very good. This charming bit of nature among these couniers, bowing and courtesying, was refresh ing to behold. ThoTe Dcum, "Tail turn Ergo," aud other parts of the service were credi tably sung by the choir, und then the infant Princess was offered ou the al tar by the Cardinal with his mitre on." Eighteeu inches of snow in and around Trinidad. Local Items. Wednesday night brought forth a large crop of frozen and nipped ears. Mrs. W. F. Kelso will probably return to Las Vegas to spend the w;--ter. Mrs Minette, who has been quite 6ick for a few wc-ks is- rapidly con valescing. Judge Steele moved into his cot tage yesterday and new presides over his own board. Trueblood, the manager of the W. U. office iu this city is spending a few days a', the Hot Springs. Las Vegas has more woodwork ing machinery than can be found in any other town south of Denver. Mr. Smith of the firm ot Smith & fieinken, dealers in general mcr chanrMse, Ocate, was in the city yes terday. --R. A. Kisller of the Optic is awaiting the arrival of his father aud will accompany him to the end of the track. The telegraph bovs think if tho storms continue that they can take a week off at the Springs, until the wire guts up. The New England Cub will sit down to a regulation Yankee dinner at the Sumner House ou Thanksgiv ing day. The train from the south arrived nearly on time yesterday and the train from the north i cached here about 8 o'clock. Rev. Callee Ins ordered a double bass violin for the M. E church. It is expected here in time for the even ing services Sunday. There has been talk enough about incorporado the time for action has now arrived, The way to incorpo rate is to incorporate. The man who "ble in" his over coat towards making a raise for his lit ket to the tropical N"W Mexico, he set out for, got badly left, -A public meeting of all citizens interested in incorporation will take place at Baca Hall to-morrow evening j'nd a full attendance is desired. All order loving citizens and those who are interested in the devi 1 opemeut of L is Vegas should attend the incorporation mcctiug at Baca Hall.' The bright ravs of the sun yester day caused the snow to disappear rap idly. Nevertheless a few did venture out in sleighs, but whew! how it grat ed. Messrs. Rupe & Castle have a large amount of new and improved m ic.hin erv for their planing mill. When they gei all of that in motion it will make the chips fly. Thotnas Fritzland who ha1- charge of Charles II fold's store at Tipton vi lie and who also fill acceptably the office of postmaster in that town was in yesterday for new goods. A number of young fellows were around town yesterday comparing ear, but we saw few that quite dis counted a burro's, though a number were simply immense (no slang). Mr. Max Rosenthal, the La Cieuta stockman, and his bride nee Fannie Rosenthal will spend a few days of their honeymoon in Las Vegas. They are booked for the Sumner House, ---Maj. A. II. Sevier, formerly odi 1or and proprietor of the Little Rock (Ark.) Gazette, vs frozen out by th'; cold spell and left Vegas yester day for the Hot Springs of Arkansas. Yesterday morning the thermom eter registered I wclve degrees below zero, at 6 o'clock. But. it moderated rapidly as the sun came up and the snow commenced to melt. Last night the temperature was moderate and agreeable. If the cold sua)) continues cloth ing dealers wil. rep a harvest on youths' clothing. How a box's neth er garment can stand the wear and tear of more than one nt'iernoou on the ice is a mystery lo us. Beside it a cellar door is nowhere. Mr. Lockewood of tho firm f Locke Sc Lockewood e; me up from San Marcial jeeterday for tiiOá" goods. This firm is driving a thriving trade iu th.; new town. They went to great (Xpeuse in piuting up a building there, bul it has more than paid fi r itself. We hear it stated lhat there is considerable fault found by the A, T. & S. F. engineers at the locomotives with which ihey are obliged lo mount, ui) the sleep grades iu this territory with heavily loaded trains. This may in part explain the cause of the delay iu the arrival of trains, especiillv from the east. Blanket, a full slock at J. RoSENWALD & CO'S. Tom and Jerrl Hot ScofchlReds Hot apple tody! aud all warm drink at Billy's. . ÍL Tom aud Jerry! Hot Scotch! Red Hot apple tody! and all warm drinks day aud uight ut Billy'. 2t, A full line of genu' furnishing goods and underwear at Charles Ilfeld's. Hilly Bros, sell select oysters at 70 cts. aud mccium at 50 els. 41 A full Hue of billies' aud child reus' cloaks, dolmans, aud circu ars jast received ut 3t. Chas Ilfeld's. A full stock of ladies' dress goods and satins of every description and latest styles just received at 3t. Chas Ilfeld's. New styles of ladies' cloaks lrom the factory of A. T Stewart & Co. Isidor Stern. I.ailien. Please examine Stem's new stock of Torchon and Cretonne, laces, fichus aud embroideries. I call the ut'euiion of the ladies to the fact that 1 sell embroideries lower than any house in the city. Come and assure yourselves. IsinoR Stern. Stern is receing new goods daily. I have the largest, slock of gents' furnishing goods iu l as Vegas. Isidor Stern. The little daisy excursion hat at the New York Clothing House. Ev erybody wears them. tf. Overshoes of all kinds at J. Rosenwald & Co's. .: Domestic and fancy dry goods a't J. Rosenwald & Co's Geuts' hats we carry a beautiful stock. J. Rosenwald & Co. White good J. , all varíe ies, at RoSBNWAtLD & Co'S. A full assort itient of nts' lurnish ini goods, such ns uiVdcrgariuAuts,.' lineu shirls, etc . at J Rosenwald & Co's. Just opened' a verv laryre sloek of the Selz celebrated hand-madá líootíl and shoes tor which I have fhe ex clusive sale in Las Vi gas. . y Isidor Stern. . Boneless codtish lresh an d.fiW(H at Bell & C New cheefe, just received at U KLL & C AJlTANf, Fresh eggs and sweet roll butr at Bell & Cartan's. Pure apple cider 60 cts psrgalffon at Bell &;Xtaí3, Dressed poultry, cheaper than beef a t . Bfll & Cartan's. 4 erood Bell & Carian will sell you a cigar for live cents. Try them. .adies' and children's underwear, J. RoSENiVALD & Co'S at Laces of all kinds and qualities, at J. Rosenwald Sc t'o'a. Music Mrs. J. II. Taylor will in struct a class iu vocal and instrumen tal music, either at her residence, op posite J one's restaurant, West Las Vegas, or at t he homes of the mi pi Is. derms: Twelve dollars for tweiitv- four k'ssous. tf. Del ciiclea. Luxuries of all kinds have been re ceived ar. J. Graaf & i o.'s by the thousand: Pickled cherries, pickled sal iu on, olives, Dutch delicious pickles, prunes and jelly, preserved jinyer, powdered chocolate, Neiit'cha tel cream cheese, lcnliles and all kinds of grucU. All kinds of fal just received at and winter goods Jaffa Bitos. We have been receiving of late a very large stock of g' 0 Is aid are daily receiving additions which make our stock not only ihe largest but I lie best assorted in 1 1 1 i - portion of the country. We ate prepared lo fill or ders, bo'h wholesale and retail. J. R; SENWALD & Co. Lai'es' nubias, hoods and saque., the latest styles, at J. Rosenwald Jc Co's. Vegetables. Cabbages, beets, turnips, parsnips, radi-hes, le-tuce, etc , etc., at 105-3 A. J. Crawford's. Choice roll bul ter at, Bell & Cartan's. Pickled pig feet and t.ripe at Bell & Cahtan's. Choice variety of wiute. $5.50 to $6.00 a barrel H hpplcs Bkll & Cartan's. Flannels of all colors at 8ttf Jaffa Bros. Perfect beauties in ladies' uits, at J. Rosenwald & Co'a. All sha es ol kid gloves, at J. Rosenwald & Co's. Ladies hats and bonnets, at J. Rosenwald & Co's. Gents' ready-made clothing, s full a stuck us you' can find in the Hi v, at J. Rosenwald & Co's. Brock gloves' and uamit lets s verv heavy and full RsorimMif at J. Rosenwald A o's. Duck clothing of all kinds, at J. Rosenwald & Co's. Boots snd shoes, a large aortmenf ' at J. Rosenwald & Go's. '! Fresh Oykters, Fresh Oysters, st nitf J. UiUT Si Ct'iu YUR Should be Insured in: a Reliable Company ! The expense i ko small that you will not feel the tax. Wa can accoinrao date you with any of the most approved plant. You' should inSilrc against -A. O 0,X X ETiTTS. Ill the Travelers Insurance Company, , Pledging yon any sum frsra to $10,000 in case 'of death and from $5 -$50 a yeek in case of bodily injuries. WE REPRESENT THE $3,idfy(UD IN LÍTE PlítE.' f ;ucd Capjlal over $30,000,000. I- M r L L 3 GENERAL INSUMIÍCE AGENTS 4 lo Réfit. ' I ifLES WBIBLES ! BIBLES ! rei ib . retit at thei,-IlnVlP '1fc'r w. ci- Dlv to. ?the NewJSJ?.?M"'?A?B!.f" ' "yther ...cittjigesto Refit TKO flw-. COtttf( HotSurirfirs. 7Ám to. rthe New YtipfJlolhing Store, East Las Ve gíis.' W k . " SU-if. ál :at ,' f Indian otttíiy, 9oth,"áuci- S tat f mt ly'modlru, ai M; A.Urol M; A.UrOlfiS 1 liausdopartinent: ana FeVfí, X . UI MM Ai ? Lots For . f ' Pbi tieidesirjng locations on J;Jiyihi to uxinii fioiiMTP ioc ousinesH nurpo or resHKiices, woiifw uohwij to c ou the Udersrfitiedwh will sell I ar reasonable ies. ' Alsaid lots aWe 4tuateiron'the:i8t ifcde.of the rail way opposite the depot-: For tertns etc., Apply to A : ' v M. Salazar. Ofhce north-east corner of the pluza. ... 4 246-tf 'aJ '-- J to. r-wortlí re8peOíiIlv Cal! the al i of of all ptksoill going to aid A atten tion of all ptksoiH going to aid Jrom the Whi'e (Bk hiiues, and ie Jub licj iu generalto'the fact that I.Tnife relnoved ouwstore from Tecolote to Autor Chico, where I keep a, com plete assortment of general merchan diseand make a specialty of miners supplies, provisions ect. " Anton Chi co is on Ihe'direct route to the minea and I sell fimds at the lowest rates. David Winternitz, i " .VAiio" Chico, N. M Edwin C. Burt'9 French kid shoe at Chas. Ilfeld's. Frank Ogdeu has received a car load ot sash, doors and blinds, which he will sell cheaper than anybody, tf Lockhart & Co. have received a large stock of oils ano? paints; also "Holdeiis enalnei ,iaiul"which is wa ter proof aud ready for use, is con stantly kept r;y them. 50-tf. Clean towels mid sharp razors ait Judd's Barber Shop, Exchange Hotel. tf. Two good carpenters wanted im mediately by Frank Ooden. 41-1 f A full slock of knitted jackets, hoods. -nubias, scarfs and other wiuler wear for ladies and children just re ceived at the store oí C. Wesche. n, i . I . i nose ladies hats and bonnets re ceived yesterday are beauties indeed They are perfectly lovely. Ou exhb bitiou at J. Rosenwald & Co. Another car load of flour, tha best in town, received by J. Graff & Co. Something new I new ! new I Self- rinsing Buckwheat flour at ii83.i j. Graaf & Co'a. Go to M. Heise. on Ihe south side of the ilaza for liuewiues, liquors ami gars. 253-tf Go to Judd's Barber Shop aud get scraped, Exchange Hotel. tf. Pickets for sale ut Lockhart & Co's planing mill. 29-tf. We are prepared to furnish all kinds of buildiug materials for con tractors. Lockhart & Co. 21-tf. Wines and liquors of the best qual ity, and ot Ihe best brand at whole sale or retail at M. Ileise's, south side of ihe plaza. Las Vegas, N. M. 353-tf Ilolbrook's tobacco is the best. Fins Boots. J. W. Hanson &Co., hereby Miform the public, that they are now prepar ed lodo all kinds "of work iu their line. Fine work a speci lty. Shop ou northwest comer of plaza. 16-4m Brick for sale in large or smHl quantities, at Lockhart & Co's. One hundred of ihe latest styles of ladies and childrens cloaks, dolmans circulars, received at 03if V i Chas. Ilfbld's. Buckwheat n83if Flour at J. Graaf U o'. L. L, llowisou of the Model Store, east kide, has a full assortment nf bool and shoes which he sells at the lvel cnh figures. Iltf Ludios' clonks, dollinsns nud ols- LIF ANCE 113,000 IN II T SPRINGS FIRE. Loseei Paid ,er $100,000,000. A D L Y, ? .4 lwnjfaagOror le cKiup or clrtn wy. ! 1Í M 1 TTUirCflf t Snprmtentl Jt. E. B. lr Maw nil A rizón. , :íí f LILLY'S" V v 1 - 1 Do'd'rj Block. liNorinwest pr. rtht l'laxa. The most elegant anrtointed saloon in ífhejjo'íitiiwest. f The inast liquori in mhrctittyV Mixed drinks a ipeo : -laltyf ASpén day and ight. , , ' ALf REp B. AGER, V -attoi2iN: Dold'sBuildiiv LAS VEGAS, K. M Philip Holzman, -DK A.LLR IN- Corner of Ci ntre Street aud Grand Avenue, East Las Vegai. A complete an assortment of Mer chandise as ran be found anywhere rrli.ch will tie sold at the lowest pos lib ierates i Adinl nUtrMtr' Htlc Notice is hureby jtin thut tk Hon Probte Court in anil lor lh comity si Si Miguel, sntl Territory of S ew Mexico, has appointed ilia un dersigned uriminintruidr ui th esuta ol Frank Chiinn:in, deceueeii. All pergeña imlebted to siild estate will 1114 La immediut aettluraant; and all persons fmvinc claims against salil es tata will present them within twelre mouttia. 105-ly 1 Las Vegas, If. M. BKUNSVVICK. Admioistrator. Fab. 7th, 18SU. j FOIl SALE. A first-class stock itich at Canoncite, aear the Conchos. Good water facilities, good house with iiix rooms, atabla, good well, ntc. A tfood title will oe gifan. For particulars enquire of I 90-ln UR3. T KOHv, 1- A large assortment of flannels and waterproof's at J. IiOSENWALD Jk Co'S. Ladiea suits, silk, moriuo and flan nel, perfect beauties, at ! J. Rosenwald & Co's. Corsets of all descriptions at J. Rosenwald Co's. The fit st instalment of onr fall nod winter 'goods have arrived. Dailv heavy additions will muko it the most perf ect j stock in ladies' ami gents' goods in this market both for whole sale a(l retail tra If. I J. Rosenwald & Co. Twof hundred boxes of boots and hoes just opened at the store of I C. E. Wcschh. Come and inspeet that beautiful cloth lor ladies' riding habits at í C. E. Weschk's. 1 O. L. Houghton hat a regular ar senal pt lire-arms, the largest stock in all thij west. It is uot 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 goodi) as low as they can be f ot any where. Brocade silks and style received at ribbons latest 941 f Chas. Ilfkld Aflarge Invoice of choice apples, butter, cheese, etc. just received at j A. J. Crawford. -tf. A. full assortment of Ilomeopathie remedies constantly kept oi hand at tha Central Drug Stre. 113-tf. Call mid see Old Walker, Zion's Hill, for good whiskey and cigars. FiiU caudies a specialty. lüOlf. If you want something goad aid chfnp In the boot aud shot line, go t C. t. Weseha't str tk plasV i-resh bread, pies and cakeaonhaud (it the Las Vegas Bakery. GElilML ' :. IERCHADISE \n\n Mhootlnc BcMtBn Marcial.