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GAZETTE, rOT.. 2. LlS VEGAS, 1ST. M., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1880. NO. 117 LAS . I. jit E MARWEDE, IHLDER & CO. Dealers i ARD'WAUTÍ Wo (rtft lavare, STOVES k TINWARE AND HousoFumishing Gkxds Koscuwnld'i'Wock, on Plaz, LAS '.VEGAS; NEW'mEXICO. -4- A. DésirtSírfs, 7 HOUSE AND vSlCClft i P A 1 N T K li. Frecoe, graining, calsoniining, ..nnncr hamrinir. etc Leave orders with M. Ileisc on the plaza? Reliable insurance LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE. HOME, OF NEW YORK. SPJtINüFIELD FlItE AND MA UlNE, MASS. . 1 1 AMBUUO-M A . DEBUIIG. HAM- BUUG, GEIt.M ANY. C R. B fit OWNING, Ali EN T. OFFICIO IX NEW TOWN. Coffirs, Caskets, And Undertaking Goods of all Kinds Kept Constantly on Hand. I.AS VKGAS, N. M. All Orders Promptly Tilled" J. N. FURLONG, PHOTOGRAPHER. Gallery in the Hear of the Exchange . Hotel, West Las Vegas. XCTHA.JZTD TDTJ3T1T, KOIMICY 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 1 A.M. I.AS VEUAS-Central Drug Stove, 2 to 0 P. M OTERO Y JEAGER, Traficantes on Abirnts, Provisiones, Zacate, etc., por Fleteros. 0-TJA.JD A-XiA-J- A.í, I'oikIikIo lf Lincoln, New Mexico. X FRANCO Ml A VES, Attorney at Law ALIILQU KKOJ'K, - - - - NKW MKXrt'O M. SALAZAH. ato us i:-tr-LJ ir. LasVkoas NkwMkxko Adirilnlslrntor'n Notice Notice is hereby giren Hint the Hon. Probate Conn in muí lor the county 01 Sun Miguel, und Territory of New Mexico, him appointed the un dersigned ndininiMriitor if the estate ol Frank Chapman, deceased. All persons indebted to said estate will make iiuniediute settlement; and nil persons hiivlng claims against said cí tate will present them within Iwelvo months. M. RlU!N.- )CK, 1 05-1 y Admin ihtrator. I.ns Vega, N. M., Feb. "Hi. lssn. FOR SALE. A first-class stock ranch at Canoncito, near the Conchos. Good wat'-r facilities, good house with sl.v rooms, stable, good well, ptc. A (rood title will ne given. For part cnlars enquire i f 90-lm MUS. T KOH . Toll Iirlilge on the Rlotimmlc. Thebridg, built by the "BeriMltllo BrMire Comnaiiv" across the itiof;rnnd..n.,.,non i, .ompauy" across the Klo Grande opposlto the town ot'Bernalilln Is now open for the public travel. Following are therAiesof toy established by the company, viz: People on f mt. for each $ .05 Peop.n on horsebark, for each 1,1 Heavy wagons, loaded, for each, l.oo Heavy wagons, not loaded, for each Light waiions loaded, for each Light wagons, not 1 laded, for each Small stork per head I.nrje sto. k. per head Miiall stock, per head, from 50 to 100 head, inch .' Sinuli stock . from W) to fiO.i bond each,... Nm It slock, from no.) to 1.0 0 hend. each. Hniidl took ir m 1,00.) head upwards .14 s Wagons, cart, and wood, going and re turning, with two anima s '.'0 Iho above, with four animals, .40 4. M. rfiKJÍ A, President. TELEGRAPHIC. The Presldeiit-Elrcr Snubs the Members of the "Tow Path Club." Colorado's Ollicial Count Shows That Slate to Have Cast Over 50,000 Vsten. The "Commercial Bulletin" Shafts That Tfe Hare Gained $255,000,000 ni üold. Secretary Sherman and ISen -Hilfrtson lhe Favorites for Senatorial Honors. Must Keep Their Eyes Open. Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 27. The Evening Telegraph says: The very large uumber of our citizens who are directly and indirectly interested iu the China trade will do exceedingly well to closely scrutinize any bargain that may havebeen made between the Chinese commissioners and our peo ple before they make up their minds to permitas ratification by the Senate wnnoui a vigorous protest, tjeriaiuiy those who think the commercial ad vantage which the Btulingaine treaty! has given us are of very much more account irom every point of view than the question whether or no the people of California or clsewhe-e may choose to employ Chinese cheap labor instead of Irish or Sweedish or Cer nían or any other sort of cheap labor shall l)e prohibited from exercising their rights In ihe freest possible man ner owe it to themselves and to the true principles of Republicanism that they demand that the State Depart ment should not hurry the two treat ies said to havo been concluded at Pe kín before the Senate with an urgent demand for their instant ratification before it a ft", mis an opportunity for a lull, free and t-atisfactory discussion f their merits and demerits outside of the Senate chamber. Chicago, Nov. 27. limes Washing ton special on cool reception of Tow Path Club says: These blooming frei-h water idiots had cards specially print ed tor 1 he occasion with titie in full nf First Deck Hand, etc, printed after each owners name. One may imagine Gen. Garfield's feelings when he was called from his library by a servant with a dozen cards in his hand- I he reception he gave his frieuds was absolutely freezing, he curtly nodded to them while standing and did 1101 ask them to sit down. One of the spokesmen feebly tried to say he was glad to see that Garfield's canal boat was finally iu the last lock, when Gar field, with a stormy look, shut the speaker oil in the middle of a word. Graduallv it beiran to dawn upon ihe callers that they were not pleasant companions and they crept softly away, hoping as they went that they had not intruded. A first deck hand summed up the reception by answering the inqucry of how were you received: '-Damn cold." Gen. Garfield said aitcrwards to friends that lir had no patience with such idiocy. He was not ashamed of his having been a canal boy, but was it a matter to boast of; it was a mere ac cident of his life, and of least im portance in shaping hi? after career. Chinese Matters. San IVancisco, Cal., November 27. The steamer City of Tokio, from Hong Kong via Yokahoma has arrived. The affairs at Pekin jare still unsettled. Different parties at the capital are anxious about the future of the coun try and of the nature aud extent of the demands to be made by Russia It is believed that Sung Li Yomn is Still i'norntir flmt iirJi..r,. ,.,:ii i. nal,, 1 . , T. ;-M,u,J "c 'nKKt l IUI 111 addition to the larire money indemnity and it is geueralíy concedí d that Corea is mentioned in this cnneciioii. The report that the Chiuese uro desirous of settling the question by arbitration is perhaps correct but it is agreed that Russia will allow of 110 foreign interven! o . Captain Anderson, ouo of !ho officers of the Brit sh man of war which rec ently steamed upon Chiueso waters had occasion to laud near Chang Ki ang and was surrounded by natives nd pelted with stoue?. Colorado's Vote. Denver, Colo., Nov. 27 The ofll'-ial canvass of the vote on Congressman Judges and Members of the Legisla ture was made 10-day. Bel ford, rep- publicau, 27.089 ; Morrison, democrat, 24,476; Murray, greeubacktr, 1,691. 1 lie amendment 10 constitution was carried by a majori y of 16,463 for Judge of Frst District, Carpenter, republican, 6,412; Mnnn, democrat, 4,721; Fourth District, llcllm, repub lican, 26,633; Loor, democrat, 10,634 The next Legislature will stand as fol lows: Senate, republicano, 23, demo crats, 5; House, reptib'icans 46, dem ocrats, 13. Republican majority on Joint ballot 51. Vote 011 Picsideutial Electors will be canvassed on next Tuesday. Wreck Seen. Cottuowood. Out., 27. It is uow almost certain that the steamer Si. 11 coe has been lost. The steamer Col umbia, of the Chicago line, arrived here to-day, aud reports while passing Duck Island,' Lake Huron, she en countered large portions of a wreck of a steamer strewu for miles; saw life preservers marked Simcoe. The Colombia searched for hours but failed to fiud auy tidings. The opinion is that ths Simcoe struck on a reef off Duck Island and went to pieces the early part of the week. The Simcoe was due here from Chicago four days ago. She was almost a new steamer, having been rebuilt last winter at rlCotou wood, and was valued at $40,- 000; insured tor $ 12,000. The Mikado's Birthday. Yokatiorna, November 27.--The third inst being the Mikado's birth day was observed as a general holiday throughout the nation. A review of theTokia garrison was held by His Majesty and an evening reception took place. . Admiral Tusoffsky, commander in chief of the Russian land and naval forces is expected here with twelve or thirteen ships in a few days. The Japanese government is making ex tensive preparations for a cordial re ception of the Admiral and his offi cers to whoty it has been determined that every possible courtesy shall be offered during their swjouru. Died from Exposure. Halifax, Nov. 27. Bark Moselle, of Prince Edward's Islam!, from Mon treal with cargo of grain for 1 1 0111 berg, was dismasted iu the storm Saturday night last; nine of the crew died of exposure aud four or live oth rs are badly frozen. A bark from Quebec for Monfivide, lumber laden, was to! ally wrecked in the same gale Bark Alice, from Quebec for Monti vide, w th cargo of lumber, was roughly handled bvthe storm and had four or five of her crew badly iniu red. Sherman the Favorite Son. Chicago, 111., November 27. All the news received here concedes the cer tainty of Sherman's election to the Senate from Ohio. The fight will be sharp but there is no doubt that Sher-n-au is the favorite son par excel'euce ot the Buckeye state. Governor Gray prepared the form of the oath for clerks of counties when clerical blunders iu election returns occurred. As they will all uudoubt edly subscribe to it iu the cud the del egation wi'l vote solidly Republican in the electoral college. "It is Pleasant to Know." New York, November 27. The Ileral'l saya v It is pleasant to know that the French government by a law recently passed prohibits commerce in wines containing moro than four granims of potassium sulphate to the litre. This salt is a product of plat ridge and in wines thus treated is of t n treated to five or six gramtns pr litre. While therefore the process has not been prohibited entirely it has been so rated that wine consumers the world over are likely tobe far less victimized by it. Fox Fled. Chicago, 111., November 27, A Times New York special says the search to find Edwin Fox, the re poner for Truth who probably origi inally received tho envelope which figures iu the Morey case discovered that Fox recently left town and is uow in iNovascotia. A Truth em ploye named Wnrrea is suspected of beini,' ttte persou who went to Mary- laud to secure false witnesses. Jury Disagree. Chicago, III., November 27. The jury in the case of Minnie Dixon on her second trial for the murder of her paramour, Thomas Delaney, disagreed and were discharged. They stood seven for acquittal and live or conviction. Our Gold. New York, Nov. 27. The Commer cial Bulttn says: iVc .would, in the ordinary course of affdrs have ex ported about $135.000.000 in gold since January, 1877. Add to (his sum the amount of specie imponed, $127, 000,000, principally in gold, and Eu rope has been deprived since January 10. 1877, of about $255,000,000 iu gold which it would have had in the nor mal course of allairs. Sherman's Report. Washington, Nov. 27. Secretary Sherman's annual report will bo pre pared aud printed in pamphlet form. He will transmit it to the congress of customs next Thursday, but it will not be read by them until the next Monday after its transmission to congress, when it will be in press. Boiler Explosion. Detroit, Nov. 27. A boiler exploded in Andrew Jorra's iounury ai six o'clock this evening, eutirely demol ishing the building and killing out right George Moore, his son and another man, name uukuown, aud severely scalding and otherwise injur ing tour others, one or t wo of whom mav vet die. Tight Grain. New York, November 27. The Hudson river navigation is practicallv closed. There are large quantities of drift ice between Ncwburgh and Poughkeepsie The amount of grain reported frozen in the caual is 1,498, 000 bushels of wheat .and 4.538,000 bushels of corn, besides oats and bar ley. Her Cargo. Chicago. Nov. 27. The fteamer Stomcoc which is reported lost on Lake Huron, had twenty-one on board including officers and two passengers. Her cargo consis ed of 160,000 bushals of corn. She was valued at $20,000, and was considered staunch and may yet turn up. Wrecked Vessels. Chicago, III., Nov. 27. -The captain, mate and crew of he Bristolio ashore at Anticosta badly wrecked arrived to-day. Four of the crew are dead. The snrvivers are very destitute and sufWing. The schooner Wasp is ashore in Celter's bay. The crew and passengers are saved. Railway Accident. Pittsburg. Pa., November 27. I ast night at midnight the east bound cx pres rain ou the B. & C. went down a. i embankment at Baum's station on account of a broken rail. The cntri iteer was badly scalded and the fire man was killed. The passengers were very little injured. Released. New York, Nov. 27. Rockawaj Ownes and Smith, alleged counter feiters, arrested in Brooklyn iu con nection with Doyle, who was taken into custody at Chicago, were releas ed to-day, llio secret service officer beiiijs unable to connect them with an v crime. Fire and Deat h. New York, Nov. 27. During a slighl fire in a boarding house, 154 Grand street, Jas. Dewitt suffocated iu bed and Mary Ilawn threw her baby into the st reet and jumped out herself escaping but slightly injured, firemen catching them. Wisconsin's Official Vote. Milwaukee, Wis.. Nov. 27. The state commissioners completed the canvass of the votes cast at the last election which was as follows: Whole vote cast, 261,196. Of these Garfield received 144.400. Hancock 114.C49, Weaver 7986, Dow 69, scattering 216, Murderers in Limbo. Chicago, Nov. 27. Pete Mullery.an accomplice iu the murder of a China man hero recently, is reported sur rendered to-day. Both men are now in custody and both have confessed. hut jilead palliating circumstances of self defense aud drunkenness. Will attend to Business. Lexington, Ky., Noy. 27. Senator Beck says that the democratic policy duriug the coming session will be to direct. its attention to business so as to render an extra session needless, lcaviug the responsibiIiy for delay or obstruction wi'h the republicans. Against the Jews. Berlin, Nov 28. -Great attempt is made to croite a feeling among the students against tho Jews by the Stoecker party, which is already te gining to have effect at Lclpic, where stormy meetings are held. Damage to Cotton Crop. St. Louis, MoT, November 27 The cotton dealers of St. Louie, Memphis esihmte the damage to tho cotton crop by the recent severe weather at half a million bale. Pork Packing. Chicago, Noy. 27 - Since the 1st inst. Chicago packers have slaughter ed aud salted 935,000 hogs against 707.000 for corresponding -period in 1879. ' , Outbreak. New York, Nov. 27. A dispatch from Liverpool reports that an out break of horrible war occurred, at New Calaber attended with fearful butchery. The Knife. Norwich, Conn., Nov. 28. Last uight James Goode fatally stnbbed Mrs. Kelly during a quarrel bet ween Goode and James Kelly and his wife. Gen. Harrison a Candidate, Iudianapolis. Ind , Nov. 27. Gen. Ben Harrison has entered the field for Senator from this sta'c and there is little doubt about his success. Bank Statement. New York. Nov. 27. A bank state ment shows banks hold $105,000 less than legal requrcmenis; decrease dur ing the week $205,700. Suicide. New York, Nov 27. Bernard Beck, formerly in the stationery business at 153 William street, killed himself to-day. Succeeded. New York, Nov. 27. The to-day succeeded in getting of 6s of 1880 at $1.02 3-4. Internal Revenue. Chicago, Nov. 27. -The treasury $250,000 internal revenue collections so far this month amount to 1:1,005,939.03. Money for America. Paris, Nov. 27.- Five million francés were withdrawn from the bank to day for America. J. G. Albright, editor aud proprietor of the Santa Fc 2?cMocri,passed through to tha capital yesterday, accompanied by his family. His household trooils arc now on the road, and having leased his old paper in Kansas, he will concentrate all his energies on the Democrat. He will secure a power-press and make other mprovements in his office. WANTED V AN I'F.l). First class waiter. Enmure at at tliHotliio ANTEDA situa ion as clerk. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Apply at thia office. h 8-tf. vv AN I ED A gii 1 to do ircncml housework. ..ippiy ior lniormauon at tins otile. 107 :tl WANTED A good engineer to run a mill engine. I nquire at T. Kor.iero ft son's s ore on the! plaza. tf. w ANTED, -une or two funishi'd rooms ior a lady. Enquire at this ollice. FOR SALE. .IOR IthNT Ono front room Brunswick's store by A. Dold. west of M. K7-tr. I 'OR SALE- A lot of chairs, buffalo robes. L iwe double MU ol harness. Inquire of A. Dold 87-tf. IVOR SALE. Toree lirst-clasa lots in the new I town, on the hill adjoining ihe residence of I . W . Love on the south . Hast Location in the city. Apply to A. J. Houghton. S.Hf. 11I OR SALE. A good saddle horse, by Mrs J Desmuráis. I IMF FOR SALE. My Moore ft Huir, at lh( 1 Hot Springs. Leave orders atllerbert ft L'o's ilrujf store, on the plaza 1710 It SALE. -HKihendor cuttle. For further 1 inlornmtlot! apply to Juila Uros. , Las e ;iM, .mil A. Nelson ft Co., Anton Chico, N. M. FOR SALEA good sixteen horse powei steam engine, all in ru .ning order ami largo enoujih lo run a Hour mill. Any person ilemrmg 10 see it running can do so any day 111 my planing: mill at Las Veiis. Applv for terms U JOHN B. OOTEN. J3il-tf Dissolution Notice Notice is herobv given that the firm doing business under the name and style of Mell ft C rtau in Las Vt-gas, N. M. , 1- this day disolv ed by mutual cou-ent, W. J. Curtan having sold his Interest in said stove to T. I Craig. The new llrm of Mell, Craig ft Co., will assume all liabilities ai-d collect all debts due the former Arm of Hell & Curtan. Las Vegos, Nov. IlHh, luso. It. C 15 ELL, W.J. CAIMAN. BACA HALL FOR RENT. The proprietor wishing to remove his residence will rent linca Hall for the coming season, or will sell it for a reasonable price. Tho ball is tho best In the Territory aud is provided with a stuge and complete scenery. Address, AMONIO JOSE BACA Las Vegas, N. M. rOST Two large black bogs, Oneasow, has Ja scar in the right shoulder made by a cut with an ax, two t-líis in right car. One, a large barrow lately castrated wilh a crop off of the lelt ear and a slit in it and a slit in tho right ear. A liberal rewa.d will bo paid for infor mation leading to tho recovery of tho same. Leave word at Lockhurt ft Co's fui uiture store. Iu7-tf: Notice to Contractor. Sealed bids will bo received un to 8 o'clock p. m., December 0(h, 1880, by the Lns Vegas Ho. tel mid improvement Co lorthebuildi gof the superst ructure of Ttho American Hotel, to be three stories, high, built of brick. I'lans and specillcntions can lie seen at (he o dice of tho architect. Chas. Wheelock. All bids to bo ad dressed ti Geo J. Dinkel, secretary, Lns Ve gas, N. M, Tho right is icserved to reject any orull bids. By order of the board of directors. CI! AS. BLANCHARD, Pre-. Las Vexas, N M. NivembL-r 1'itli 18). 108 Notice All poisons lound trespassing by hording sheep or cattle on Uto Crock within boundaries of t.e moutit ni said creek and for a distance of six teen milp on both sides said creek, and also ol Canadian (or Red) River from tho boundan ine si tho Maca location No afora distance on sixteen miles on both sloes down said river, will io probocutud according to law. No. Bil WILSON WADDINGIIAM. LAS VEGAS COLLEGE. .Special Class in SPANISH, FROM 5:.10TO0:S0 P. M. APPLY AT THK COLLKG1?. JJlOIi SALE, WOOD! WOODI WOOD! 101 cords of wood at $1 ..10 per load. For fur ther information apply at this office. George K(i, agent. COAL! COAL! COAL! Delivered at $7 per ton. Leave orders at Lnckhait & Co's hardwure store, or at their plauiug mill oflice. George Koss, agent. LH. ELLIS. SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER. We get up Signs on the shortest notice and In the latest style, both plain aud fancy. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. yjcCAFFHEY ft GEIIERTY, ames Gehcrty, Ed. McCaffrey. PLASTERERS AND BUILDERS Will attend to all contracts promptly both ih city and country. Give us a call and try our work. LAS VEGAS, - . NEW MEXICO. E. H. SKIPWITH, Physician & Surgeon, Office over Herbert's Drug Store on the Plaza. "HOFFEia BEOS,, Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries. CLOTHING, BOOTS ft SHOES. Produce a Specialty. Orders lllled on shoi t no tice. Proprietors ol the Delmonico Restaurant. East Las Vesas, N. M. C. F. MASTSOFF, Contractor and Builder Las Vegas, Santa Fe, Albuquerque, and Sun Marcial. IF. 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. 179-d. J" crviv 3xr. luceho, Manufacturer ol MEXICAN JEWELRY LAS VEGAS, - - - N. W In Romero Building, East Side of the Pla.a. W. Steele, .lUSTICHJ OF THE PEACE tor Precinct No. ), East Liia Vegas. Real Estate, Collecting Agent and Convey .ne.er. Deedu, Mortgages and Justices' Blanks lor ale. Ollice en tho hill between the old and new 'owns . B it E W E II Y S A L O 0 N. ALBERT & HERBER, Proprietors. Opposite Jaffa Bros., East Side. TrcBh Beer always on Draught. Also Fine Cigars and Whiskey. Lunch Counter in Can- ' section HOWISON & FABIAN, General Comm'n Merchants Si) SALESMEN FOR EASTEBU HUSH 3, Otr.ce East side R. R. Ave., opposlto Browne ft Manzanares. JNO. F. QOS'TWICK. P. O, LY DON BOSTWICK l LYDON Attoi-iaoy".vt-In,x'i7-. Office at Exchange Hotel Building. Las Vegas, N. M. OTERO & JEAGER, Dealers in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Corn, Hay and Forage. Lincoln, County, Nen Mexico. Alex. McLean. Robt. McLean. Jos.MoLcsn. McLean Bros., Contractors and Builders. All kinds of Mason Work. Fine Hasteriug a Specialty. Contracts taken in any Part of the Territory. Las Vegas, N. M. ALFRED B. SAflETt, ATTORNEY A.'J.' Ii-AW Dold's Bulldln. LAS VEGAS. - N. AI BIBLES! BIBLES! BIBLES! Of ovorr kind and style, at Rev. 1). V. Cal leo's. English and Spanish, or In any other language, for le cheap or glvon away. M. MATTHIESON, District Superintendent u. B. 8, for St'n Mexico and Atiioita.