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LAS
VEGA
GAZETTE,
i
LS VEGAS, 1ST. M., SITADA. Y, NOVEEBER 21, 1880.
JsLO. 11 2.
MARWEDE, IHLOER & CO.
Dealer in
Woódenwart,
STOVES I TÍNWARff
rr t-, . . 7 I criminating tariff; fourth, a i
Jlousepirms7iinpoLPVpmon to thHiuJodur
f jj, : t 1 . iChiiese cheap laormjiJ'cr
KosQjtyd'í Block, oU'ijv, VfHcro-tlif dignity of iut5JTgei
LAS VEGASt
NEW MKX-If.
John C. CsiCHíM i
THE SOSS ..,
Hoot & SlióemaUcv
)"i.(iiitp .lii fl:i P. ros., marantees
faetWn
ami a perfect lit or no pjn
A DesmontSj : ;
HOUSE SJC-I
P A 1 N 4 &! 4. '
'' .í" w ". ' - (
Fro'scoe, graining, calsonwnií.',
paper hanging, eti: -lifjfvt orders
with M. Ileisu oh the plaza.
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Reliable Insurance
LIVEUPOOL AND LONDON AND
GLOBE.
HOME, OF NEW TO UK. -SPHINGFIELI)
FI HE AND MA-
HIÑE, MASS.
II AMP,UIG-M Ai DEUVlJ, HAM
MING, GEIÍ.MANY.
, B. 15 BOW m 'Nti,
AGENT.
OFFICE IN NEW TOWN.
1
Coffirs, Caskets,
And Undertaking Cnods ol all Kinds Kept
Constantly 0 Hand.
3TTi.-A.ro-It OGDEN,
LAS VEGAS, X. M.
All Orlv Promptly Tilled-
J. AV. LOVE,
Commission' Merchant,
Las Veaas, New Mexico.
MAY,'
CHAIN, .
POTATOES,
APPLES,
Handled in Car Lots.
!.utter, Eggs and Poultry always 011
hand. Cash paid u consignments.
a m-z rmr """ m r.Br mm. -w
(Operative and Mechanical.)
i.Metiinsr to Mm sol icittttntiou nf many elti
xttk if Las Veuas. ir. V II. Deirraw has
tpene.l an (tilico for the trafico of De,.tti.v.
I'AIXI.I-SS EXT It
C I'ION OF TEETH.
IIIK
UOCTOK'S Sl'Ki l AI.TY IS
FINK
(OI, I) WOKIv.
inelli Kxtraeieil, I'luynuil and Pcpaired
.lonl.lt3 I'xainiiu'd and advice given fi'i;u o
i.lnrpe.
A I'I'lI K lAr- SKTS OF TKICTH IX CKLLU
I.OII). IF KICK ItOL'US KÜOM 8 A M.,to 5 P.M.
Uood Beferencn liiven. All Work Warranted.
uili-'c on Nortli Side oí I'la.a. Open .Jul
i 1st, IfSl).
PHOTOGRAPHER.
(iallery iu I he Hear ot the Excliang'
Hotel, West Las Vegas.
OTAISV PUBLIC.
N. J. PETTIJOHN M. D .
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
Hot Springs and Las Vegas.
Chronic Diseases and Diseases nf Females n
specialty
IIOTSPItINGÍ - - - 8 to 12 A. M.
I.AS VKGAS-C'entrnl Drugstore, 2 to UP. M.
OTERO Y JEAGER,
Trnflls tn
AbirDtiS, Provisiones,
Zacate, ote., por Fletero!.'
GrUJi-JD AXj A.J" A.BA,
Conilndo le l.liirwln, New Mexico.
J, FiA NvO OH A VES,
Attorney at Law
TELE GRAPHIC
4 1 Discussing the"Úay$s.
Ft. AVnyiic. Indiauu, Síoj-fcHibcr 20.
The democratic ediiors54j the slatc
met hero to-day to discuss the causes
oliy Democratic defeat and it was
agreed to press upon the. attention of
the nieriean people, firsta cousti
tiiuSnal tóineut to haí'the lp
ular vte elect ; sccontLflyyu'cctiou o
Uuitcd States Scnatoi UT the people
instead of the legijf es ; third, a
evie rtm;preseut n,ujust aud dis
crinduating tariff; foürtlí, a vigorous
tiou of
or to pre-
eut labor;
fifi h, the tiVjcátjon .of greenbacks;
Íxth o co(jrcioi" by-. (he otfiep-hold-ig
1 public seveutifclmiiltaneous
ec1ifjp3Ífl,avcr lhcJórry in No
vcinher;1 elght1), the flencrtie con
gress paused the pisperftyjirow ex-
ii,ng; njnth, diaiaut iluill elect ion
auds li tlw York be investigated
e investigated
. lfiteicctedcjjpy;
svllld.
h
a order thil'ifiGarOld ffllelectec
fraud Hancock may ic svlied
: . Chicaipo Tiri
Chcago III., NWcntber 20.-r"The
wiiolf'sale (iniíí stomot l aud. bnííht-
f 1 1
eubu4i
Co., 8b
A ven uc,
ivas gutted by a fire whidi brofep out
about noon lo-dav;. The-Iossr is esti
mated at .$100,00á pírtTlly insured.
The Jiro Jiriginai iB inthe ;nixiug de
Dariment oft thhid'flour niiM!ij;
tjj vitriols and aí.nost iustathly
wrapped the whole building in flafne
m tliat very little saved. Later:
t in1 loss is stateu ojlne proriePiaL
) be? $150,000 oiAhe slock amljj70"oiff..
on fhe building. The iusuralce on
I lie siock was $10Q,000 and n the
birildiug $130,000 . ,
i
The
Canadian Pwciflc. , I
York, Novejéiber 20
New
Commercial Bulletin says : -'Grave
apprehensions an; entertained in well
informed cycles in Qtlawjn that theW tW plaza moved down opposite
Canadian Pacific syndicate will' be so
constituted that the interests of the
railway will be seconfnry'Jo fhose of
the St. Paul & Minneapolis railroad,
in other words that the syndicate will
build just so much of the Canada Pa-I
cifie railway as will be profitable to
the St. Paul & Minnesota line, aud
leave the Eritish Columbia and Lake
Superior sections unconstrncted.
Foreman on Mormonism.
New York, November 20. William
Foreman, announce! as an apostate
Mo ni"n, who in the guise of a book
canvasser had investigated Mormon
life and institutions, lectured last ev
ening at Brooklyn Tabernacle before
an enormous audience on the result of
Ids exploits. Hi discourse was "Mor
tnonism Uncovered." He was infro
d'H'cd by Talmnge. His lecture
abounded In coa re invectives but was
humorous and highly relished.
Refused to Orant.
Denver, Col., November 20. Judge
McCrnry this liioniinp; refused to
pmiit the motion of Attorney-Genernl
Wright Hint Hie case of Indian Agrnt
Perry be trnnferred to the state
"nurts. Thi! judge holds Hint the
United Stiito has exclusive jurisdic
tion over the reservation.
Iliin-' Vote,
núcno'o. Til. November 20 The
Trihune' Pprincfiehl. THinois special
s!ivs ilie ret timo from nil the counties
In the Ftfli p i'ive the fnllcvinrr result :
fiovornov fnllom. 314 1fir ; Trumbull.
277.Ó32: Sireeier. 2.898. Cullom's
majnritv S7 0:13 : plunditv 83.011.
(Tenernl 7iin'R Future.
Wnsliinrrfnn. November 20. The
fntiernl of T?ri'ailier-Genenl Znl'n
.iok nlnno to-lnv. Aftp serviee in
'bo eluireh Hip remn'n were pscorlp?
In- a lnr?e ilofnelitnpiit of m'litnrv to
the r.nilrond denot for removal lo
Pennsylvania for interment.
The Vnle of Mnac,huetH.
Tiofilon. Mns.. November 20. TIip
EYPcn'ire Counpil have c.imn'ptpd
tbp ofTleinl cnnvnpi of the PrPsidpntJnl
vote of llii a cf-ife. which ?a n 1 follows ;
Gnrfiohl. lfifOSO; TTnneock, 111,9(10:
Weaver, i'A ; Dow, 682.
PntTored.
Npw York. November 21 ThPiin
vpilinir of the stntu" of Alexander
Hamilton poetnoned on npponnt
ofrnin nwd fog. TIip Prp'dnt and
Spprelarv Evnrt are in the city and
have received mnnv calls.
Held In Bail.
"Danvillp, Ga , Novpmber 20. Thn
U. S. Commissionpr lipid A. Tj. DavK
a juda'e of elpction in $.)00 bail for re
jecting the ballot of a colored man no(
prf rly régiiUnd.
BARROW BOOM.
Kisller Walks up Like a Little
. Man ami Trundles a fiazette
Reporter Around The
Plaza.
There were not a few people about
town who thought that tho wager
which It. A. Kistler, editor of the
Optic laid with W. G. Koogler of the
Gazkttk tow' eel the latter around
the plaza, if Luna was .successful in
the delegate fight, would not be made
good. But yesterday afternoon the
following bill was circulated :
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Long before the appointed time a
crowd began to congrpgate on the
hpjaza to see the fun and about 7 o'clock
twífílig pile of boxes in the middle
of tlio olaza were liglrcd. in addi
tion to the illumination, rockets were
let off and the whole was a s'roug re
fa'neier 01 a Fourth of July celebra
tion to those from the stales It was
nearly 8 o'clock when the band which
hftd been stationed at the upper end
Judge Blauchard's store, where an
empty wheelbarrow was standing,
upon which Mr. Koogler seatad him
self, the motley crowd of Mexicans
Cow Boys, and other Americans yell
ing like mad. The band struck up
'Hail to the Chief" aud Kistler rub
bed bis banda and made ready for a
spurt. The Mexican portion of the
crowd, which bad now swel'ed to five
or six hundred, were nearly wild
with excitement at what was to them
a novel sight. One old Mexican el
bowed his way through the Jam and
rushing yp toiCoogler grasped his
right h:iu4 in both of his, which he
shook iu a very impressive manxcr.
There was a mingling of grotesque
ness and solemnity about the whole
affair that one might, have mistrusted
that it was all a burlesque on tne fer
riage of a passenger over the Sty
gian stream by Charion.
The procession formed iu the fol
lowing order:
Chief Marshal T. Homero.
Detachment with torches and trans
parencies. WiiPdlbarrow with Koogler in state
and Kistler as pusher.
Train of cilizeus followiug.
The signal being given the band
struck up a lively tune, and the pro
cession moved off at a lively, gait,
Kistler settling down to his work in
line style.
The rate of speed gradually increas
ed from a tV si walk to a dog trot, the
banners bobbed up and down, an l the
procession which had fallen iu two-by
two suddenly collapsed into a crowd,
which surrounded the wheel-barrow,
and trudged on behind shouting and
yelling. The track was excessively
heavy, but the barrow was pushed
overthu ruts, moie to the disuoinfori
of the rider lhau 'he motor. All this
while the crowd was being added to
aud there uni t have been at least a
thousand men on tire sido walks, and
in the inside of the plaza. There
were six transparencies, which boro
the following inscriptions : ''Luna en
buen tiempo," "Vivauues'ro portaes
tandarte. The People's Choice," "Luna
60 & Victorioso," "Luna Nueva," etc.
Tne second heat was made in equal
ly good time and after drawing up til
the starting point the crowd gave
ihree cheers for Kistler and broke up,
some following the band to the court
house, aud I he rest, many of them
from the cast side, taking hacks for
homo.
JOLLIFICATION.
Tho Jollificaliou Meeting
at the court house was largely
'attended. The object wa ex
pUinsd to bo congratulation! over tho
J election of Mr. Lunu and the triumph
j of the Republican party iu the county
Hon. T. Homero was made president
of the meeting, and John Itohcrlsou
aud Benigno Jaiamillo vice-presidents
N. Segura was made secreiary. The
president explained the object of the
meeting and the following gentlemen
being called upon made enthusiastic
speeches: Benigno Jarainillo, N. Scsru
ra, Trinidad Homero and Eugenio
Homero. The Las Yegas band furn
ished music. Tho meeting adjourned
with three rousing cheern and in the
best of humor.
CHURCH SERVICES.
PK3SBYTEKIAN CHURCH.
Morning services at 11 o'clock.
Evening services at 7 o'clock.
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. The
Sunday St hool has received is new
siug'iug books and will use them to
day. All are invited to come.
ST. PAUL'S KriSCOPAL CHUKCH.
Morning services at 11 a. m.
Sunday School at 3 p. m.
On Thanksgiving Day, a service at
11 a. m , as the P'esir'ent and the
Governor have requested "for thanks
giving aud praise to Almighty God."
UAPTIST CHURCH.
Rev. II. S. Westgate. General Mis
sioeary for Colorado and New Mexico
hiving returned from an exteuded
trip through southern New Mexico
he will occupy the Pulpit at the Bap
tist Chapel, to-day; morning and night,
at the hours ot 11 a..m., and 7 P. M.
All are cordially invited to attend.
Come uud hear u man of God.
M. II. Murphy,
Pastor.
METHODIST CHUKCH.
Sep. non this a. m. at 11, Subject :
Contradiction.
Sunday School, at 3 p. M.
Sermon promptly, at 7 P. M., Sub
ject : Jollification. Church warm,
and comfortable good music, seats
free. Everybody wellcomaud invit
ed. Professor E. N. Ronquillo of San
ta Pe, is in the city.
The train from the south was on
lime yesterday and the train from Ihe
north came in three hours behind
time.
We have another version of the
hoarding house difficulty at Baughl's
iding. A drunken man who did not
know his proper place raised, distur
bance and the proprietor gave him a
onnd drubbing to the great delightof
the boarders. Since then everything
has passed off iu a pecaeableand satis
factory manner.
By the firs: of next month a road
wil1 be completed from Washington
St., to a point just south of the depot
A road nineteen feet wide wil! be laid
out and fenced iu, aud will thus make
a short cut between ti;e two towns.
This is a . od scheme and the more
roads there are opened up between
the two towns, the belter it will he for
all of us.
Governor Williams Dead.
Indianapolis, hid,, November 20.
Governor James S. Williams died at
12:30 lo-dav from a malady of fifteen
years standing, a disease of the blad
der.
yentenced.
Chicago, November 20. Charles
Campbell, for the murder of Fcnton
Beatfy.bolh colored, was sentenced
to-day by Judge McAllister to four
teen years in the penitentiary.
WANTED
t'AXTEI)-A situn inn as clerk. SntUfac-
M tlon guaranteed. Apply nt thia ullicp.
hs-tf.
WAXI'ED A girl to do gcnenil housework.
Apply for information at this oflio. 107 :tf
"lirAXrED A good engineer to run a mill
T f engine. Miquire at
s ore ou the plaza.
hornero Sou's
tf.
IITANTED. -One or
two furiihed rooms
t lor a lady.
Eiupiire at this otlico.
FOR SALE.
;vU líKNTOuo front
room west of M.
Hold. S7-tf.
Brunswick's store by A.
I 'Oft SALE- A lot or chairs, buffalo robes,
1; i wo double sets ol harness. Inquire of A.
Hold.
87-tf.
FOIl SALE, Toreo first-class lots In the new
town, on the hill adjoining the residence of
.1. W. Love on the south IS.ist Location in tho
city. Apply to A. .1. Hotijlilnn. K.'ltf.
X.1DUSALK. A good saddle horse, by Mrs
" Oesmarais.
f IMF. KOK SALE. By Monro Huff, at the
Ij Hot Springs. Leave orders atllerbert &
oo'sdrug sure, on the plaza
17V) U SALE. -lOdheiid of cattle. For further
' luionmitiov apply to .Litl'u Bros., Las e
as, .ind A. Nelson & Co., Anton Chino, N. M.
FOIl SALEA good sixteen horse power
steam engine, all in ru ning order and
largo enough lo runa Hour mill.- Any pcr-O'
dei.iringto see it running can do so nny dv a
my plunlnjr mill at La Vcgns. Applv for
tcims t JOHN B. W OOTEN.
T ACA HAM. Foil RENT. The proprietor
JJ wiHhmic to remove his residence will rent
liuca Hall for the cominp season, or will sell it
I r a reasnname price. 1 lie hall Is the uet in
the Territory and is provided with a sttijra and
complute scenerv. Address,
AMONIO JOSE BACA
Las Vesas, N. M.
TOST Two largo Mack hojrs, One a sow. has
Ja scar iu the riKht shoulder made Ity a cut
with an ax, twotdiig in right ear. Oue. a larce
b irrow lately castrated with a crop off of the
lett earand a slit in it and a slit in the ri(?ht
ear. A liberal rewa.d will be paid for infor
mation leading to the recovery of the same.
Leave word at Lockhurt A CVs rumiture. store.
Hi7-tf:
Jíotlee lo Contractors.
Scaled bids will be received an to 8 o'clock p.
m., December tilli, ISSn, by Ihe Las Vejfas llo
tel mid improvement Co i lor the bnildl gof the
superstructure ol "the American Hotel, to be
three stories, high, built of brick. Plans and
specifications can be seen at Ihe odice of the
architect, Ui9. Wieelock. All bids to be ad
dressed to Geo. J. IMnkel, secretary, Las Ve
gas, X. M. The. right is reserved to reject any
or all bids, I5v order of the board of directors.
CHAS. 1ILANCIIAKD, Pro..
Las Vegas, X. I., N.tvvmber 1 th l.SSO. 108
IHosolntion Notice
Notice is lierebv given that tho firm doing
business under tho name and stvlo of Pell &
(J rtanin I.ns Vegas, N. M., 1-this day disolv
ed by mutual con-ent, AV. .1. Curtan having
sold his interest in said store to T. P. Craig.
The new llrm of Pell, Craig & Co., will assume
all liabilities um! collect till debts due the
former llrm of Hell .V Cai tan.
Las Voices, Nov. lath, 18S.
If. C. ItKI.L,
W. .J. CARIAN.
AdinliilMtrntor'si Notice.
Notice is hereby gien that the Hon. Probate
Court in ami lor the county ol Sun Miguel, and
Territory of New Mexico, lias appointed the un
dersigned udiunitrttór of tho estate ol Frank
Chapman, deceased. All persons indebted to
said estate will make immcdiute settlemout;
and all prisons hiiving claims again.st wild es
tate will present them with'n twelve months.
M. niHJNsW 1CK,
lr-ly
Las Vegas,
Admin istrator.
Feb. 7th, 1830.
N . M .
I O!t SALE.
A llrst-class stock ranch at Cnnoncilo, near
tho Conchos. Good water facilities, good
house with six rooms, Btablo, good wel 1, etc.
A good title will ee given. For particulars
enquire f 90-lm MRS. Y KOH . .
Philip Holzman,
-OEALLIt IN-
Corner of Centre Street aud Grand
Avenue, East Las Vegag.
An (limpíele an nssortnieut of Mer
iia.idise as cau be found anywhere
v!:.r.h will be sold at the lowest pos-
b it-rates
"BILLY'S"
in Dold's Block.
Northwest Cor. of the Plaza.
Tho most elegant nppoiuted saloon in
the Southwest. The finest liquors in
the country. Mixed drinks .a spec
ially. Open day and night.
M. SALA ZAR.
a rosy F.Y-AT-I.A rr.
LasYeoas
LAS
Nhw Mkxico
Y H (I A S
Assay Office
John Kobevtson,F.S.A.
Assiiyer, Milling Engineei',
AIL UOAI) AVE.,
Opposite Brown o & Manznnaros'
EAST LA.S VEGAS, NEW MEXICO
Assays of Ores Made with Accuracy and
Dispatch. Bronipt Attention will be
Paid to Orilers Sent from the Yarious
Mining Camps of the Territory.
Examining and Koporting on Minos and
Mining Claims a Specialty.
All Assays Considered Confiuential
CHAPMAN HALL.
Billiard Parlor
& Sample Room,
THE MONARCH
'the Fitjnst Resort In West Las Vejas where
the Very Best Brands of
LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Are constantly kept on hand.
PRIVATE CLUB ROOM
IN CONNECTION.
W.K.KBT SUAiLM, WrxlfV.
GKpAL
MERCHANDISE
LAS VEGAS COLLEGE.
Special Class ia
SPANISH,
FROM í:.10TO:S0 P. M.
. APPLY AT Til R COLLEGK.
JlOItSALK,
WOOD ! WOOD! WOOD!
100 C irils of wood nf. KI M tinr ln.l
ther information apply at thi office. George
l!o.vs, agent.
COAL! COAL! COAL!
Delivered at 67 i.pr ton ,i.J...
Lockhurt A Co's hard
planing mill oflico. George Itoss, agtmt.
r n. elms
JU
SIGN AND ORNAMKVTAI.
PAINTER.
We set til) Sicns on the slim-teat nntlaa .4 i.
the latest stylo, both plain and fancy.
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEJICO.
J-cCAFFHEY A GEIIERTY,
James Gehcrty, Ed. McCaffrey.
PLASTERERS AND BUILDERS
Wlllatteudto all contracts promptly both in
nty and country. Give ns a aall and
try onr work.
LAS VEGAS, - . NEW MEXICO.
EThTSKIP WITH, '
Physician & Surgeon,
OtP.ee over Herbert's Drug Stro rn
the Plaza.
HOPPEB BROS,,
Dealers in
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES,
Produce a Specialty. Orders nilod on short no
tice. Proprietors ot the
Delmonico Restaurant.
East Las Vesas, N. M.
C. F. MASTSOFF,
Contractor 'and Builder
Las Yegas. Santa Fe, Albuquerque, aud
S.in Marcial.
IK G. Ward,
Contractor and Buildr.e
LAS VEG AS, N. M.
W. H. WHITELAW
. Attorney at Law,
Will attend to all leira! business nromutlv.
Center Street, East Las Vegas, New Mexico.
179-d.
JtVTAJ- JSJ. IjUCEHO,
Manufacturer of
MEXICAN JEWELRY
LAS YEGAS, - - - N. M
In Romero Building, Eust Side of the I'la.a.
W. Steele,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE for Precinct No.
2!l, East Las Vegiu.
Iteal Estate, Collectnifj Ascot anil Convev
neer. Deeds, Mortgage and Justices' Blanks tor
sale.
Ollice mi the hill betweeu the old and new
tiwns .
D R E W E 11 Y S A L 0 ON.
ALBERT & HERBER, Proprietors.
Opposite Jaffa Bros., East Side.
Fresh lieer always ou Draught. Also
Fine Cigar9 and Whiskey.
Lunch Counter iu L'au-'
nection
HOWISON & FABIAN,
General Comm'n Merchants
ANO SALESMEN EOlt
B ASTEBU HTJSS3,
Office East side K. It. Ara., opposite Browne A
Manzanares.
JNO. F. BOS'TWICK..
P. O, LTDOK
BOSTWICK A LYDON
AttoraaoyisB-tvt-Xjiivvv.
Ofllce at Exchange Hotel IJuiUiny.
Las Yroas, N. M.
OTERO & J EAGER "
Dealers i a
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Core, I lar and Fortje.
Lincoln, onnly. llozle.
Alex. McLean. Robt. McLean. Jos.MLeaa.
McLean Bros.,
Contractors and Builders.
All kind of Maso Work. Fíb
Plastering a Specialty. Coitraet
taken in any Part of tLa Territory.
Lai Vegas, JT. M.
ALFRED 13. SAOKR,
ATTOBNEY A.'J.' LAW
Dold's Bultdln".
LAS vrEGAS, - - , , y. M
BIBLES! BIBLES! BIBLES!
Of everv kind and style, at Rur. I). W. Cat
Tec's. Enplish and Spanish, or In any other
language, for le cheap or given away.
M. MATTHIESOJC,
District Snnenntendont B. B. I. for VtW
xlc ana Arliop.

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