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VEGA ETTE, VOL. 2. IVB VEGAS, jST. M., TUESDAY, IS O V JÍjSIIIÍ 1 30, J880. JSLO. 118. LAS MARWEDE, IHLOER &. CO. Dealer in HARDWARE Weodenware, STOVES Í TINWARE AND HouseFu rn isliing G oods Knsruwiild' Block, on Plaí, LS -.VEGAS; NEW MEXICO. A. Desmonts, HOUSE AND SIGN PAIN T E K. Frecoe, graining, calsoinining, paper liniifríii'T, ole Leave orden with M. Ileisc on the plaza. Reliable Insurance LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE. HOME, OF NEW YORK. SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MA RINE, MASS. HAMBURG-MA -DKBUUG, HAM BURG, GERMANY. . R. BKOWlIJG, A(iENT. OFFICK IX XEW TOWN. Coffirs, Caskets, Ami Undertaking Goods ot nil Kind Kept Constantly on Hand. 3Pn-A.0Nri5: ogden, LAS VEGAS, N. M. All Order Promptly Tilled' J. N. FURLONG, PHOTOGRAPHER. Gallery iu the Rear ot the Exchau Hotel, West Las Vegas. EICHABD TJTJILTILT, o aw an' bhjislic. N. J. PETTIjOHN M. D-. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Hot Springs mill Las Vegas. Chronic Diseases and Diseases ot Females i :lecialty HOI SPltlNGS - - - 8 to Ivi A. M I. AS VEUAS--Centrnl Drug Store, 2 to l P. M OTERO Y JEAGER, Tralleanles en AbirDts, Provisiones, Zana le, etc., por Fleteros. G-TJ AD A.Xj AiT A.IE2,.A., I'oiiiIikI le Lincoln, New Mexico J. fu an co fjriA ves, Attorney al Xa .VLRLQUKüOt'E, .... NKW MEXICO M. SA LAZAR. ATO II .ví 1'-A T-h A rr, LasVeoas New Mkxh o AdmlniNlrntor'N Notlec Notice is hereby gien Hint the lion l'robab C-Hirt in and lor ihe county 01 Sun Miguel, ami Territory ol' New Mexico, lias appointed the n -dcrsiguod ucliiiiiitftntir I the futido ol Frank Chapman, iloreaned . All persons indebted b said entitle will make immediate settlement ; mid all person hiving claims against uld e tute will prevent llieni within twelve months. M. IJHl'N-W ICK, ItB-ly Admin istrntor. Las Vegas, N. M ., Feb. 7th, lbi. Foat saij:. A first-class stock ranch at Canoneito, near the l.'onolios. Good water facilities, good house with six rooms, stable, cowl well, etc. A good title will ft) given. For part rular empilre f ilO-lra MUS. Y KOH. Toll Bridare on the Rio Omiirte. The brldg. built by the "Ileripilillo Brldire Company" across the Rio Graiulo opposite the town ol' Bernalillo Is now open for tho public travel Following uro thelites ol toll established by the company, viz: 1'pople on f nit. for eaeli $ .on lVnpio nn horseback , for each 15 Heavy wagons, loaded, tor each, l.nn Heavy wagons, not loaded, fur each, 75 l.itfiit wagons loii'ied, fur each 75 Light wagons, not 1 laded, for ech, Small slock per head H3 Lar esto.-k. per head 05 small stock, per head, from 60 to 100 head, each ... 02 Kmiili Miock . from 10') to 500 head each in Sm II slock, from 50 1 to I. 0 head, each, K Snvill tuck Ir m 1,00 1 head upwards Wagons, cart, and wood, going and re turning, with two anima s, .; 20 The above, with four animals, 40 J. . PEKE.A, rresldeDt. TELEGRAPHIC. ftarficld's Plurality Over IIan cock Placed at 3,401. Trickett Victorious in a Scull, ins illatcti with Wallace ltoss. A Democratic Meeting in Illinois lo Consider the Propriety of Abandoning the 'arty. Railroad Accident A Woman on the War Path -A Cías Explosion. Greatly Disappointed. Dublin, Nov. 29. The resolution of the cabinet not to resort to coercion, caused very great disappointment and apprehension among all classes in the disturbed districts. They look with alarm at the prospect f more out rages and wide-spread intimidation mil disaffect ion. There is good rea son to believe that there Í9 an exten sive organization which will try and show, by greater activity and energy, ihiitthcy possess suiRcint jower to carry out their plans. The ordinary low disturbed districts are flooded with constabulary in.d mceliugs. All available authori i '8 at command aro required for the protection of life and property but such a complete organi zation of leaguers enables them to anticipate the movements of the con stabulary and in some instances there can b.' but little doubt that the or ganizations of letigutes are rendered most perfect and formable by con ned ion wilh the Fenians by steamer. It is this that makes the intention so unmistakable in some districts. Cpei: acts of violence is avoided as much as possible, so that the white Ainoore cmi effect in lly carry on his plan un der an external appearance of tran quility. A Hopeful View. Chic igo, November 29 The Trib une has a Washington special giving i hopeful view of the southern politi- al sit u at ion from Judge Lochcrn of Georgia, who thinks the south has hiefly words for Garfield and is dis posed to he reasonable in all matters henceforth under discussion. The south he says ninkes no c aim of repre--rinatives iu the cabinet and is steadi ly growing loyal in sentiments ind coining more to love I he government. I he soul hern people are fond of thir memories of their history, and they daily sec more logic and evidence that loyally in. ans prosperity and i hat sectional allusion means ruin; they are growing wise and the day is not far distant when the eolid south will be as firm is New England. To accomplish IhisGarfield will not make i he mistakes of his predecessor in da ceptinglip services for honest pa triotism. The stales right question is settled, and the democracy (hat claims that tho constitutional amend ments are void is as dead as lat years snow The masses of the people of Georgia are iu accord with the prin cipios of republicanism. Sculling. London, Nijv. 21. Tho sculling match between Edward Tritkett and Wallace Ross came off this morning over the Thames champion course Neither Ross nor Trickett was in very good trim. Belting at the start was on Ross but TricUett won easily, beat ing Ross by lour lengths. On ac count of a foul however ihe umpire declared that the men must row ago in. Ross went a length ahead on the start the second time and main tained the lead to Hammersmith, when a foul occurred, Trickett's scull loosing. It was a good race after this to the top of Chiswick, where Triekclt took the lead aud at Birues' bridge he row d right away frow Ross who was then beaten. Tricked won easily by four lenyt 8. The distance was four and one-fourth miles and i h i timo thirty minutes and tweuty-lhree seconds. Trickett and Ross will row again Saturday after noon at half past two. . Sudden Death. New York, Nov 29. Frauds Hole kiss, a retired broker, died this morning. His wife on being informed oi the fact fell dead. A Small Amount in Bonds. New York, Nov. 29 Doxel, Mor gau & Co., Winsiew, l onecer & Co August Bellmont fc Co. made a con tract wiih the Northern Pacific rail road company lor $40.000,000 in six per cent gold bonds to run forty years. Part of them are bought by the firms and part are at the option of Ihe company, giving the company time to finish the road. The bonds are to be issued only as the road is built and accepted by the government. The three firms above mentioned have associated with them Dix el k Co, of Philadelphia; J. S. Mor gan & Co., Loudon and Doxel, Hoyes & Co of Paris. Keturns All In. New Y'ork, November 29. The Telegram says the returns are all in from every state aud show a total Presidential vote of 9,192,595, divided as follows : Garfield, 4,439,415; Han cock, 4,436,014'; Weaver, 305,729; Dow, 9,644 ; scattering, 1,793. It will be seen that the Republican aud Demo cratic parties arc abo ut as evenly di vided as is possible to. have two great parties. Garfield beats Hancock by only 3,401. Had ihcrc been no divis ion in the Democratic party the story would have been quite different. Socialistic. New York. November 29. The committee appointod by the New York socialists to receive their ex pected brethren now on their way to this country by the steamer "Silesia" have been sitting for five days wait ing for the arrival of the vessel. The socialsts of New York and other cit ies have made all possible efforts to provide the exiles with work on their arrival here The majority of these it is said aré cigar makers aud printers. There are also several newspaper writers. A Long Delay. Chicago, Nov. 29. The case of B. F. Allen came to trial iu the Federal court this morning after a delay f six years. He was president of the defunct Cook County National Bank and was charged with traud against the government and Ins creditors. His reputation and the confidence with which business, men regarded i i m gives the case unusual interest A motion to squash the indictment was overruled. Col lision. Macon, Ga., Nov. 29. A double collision oceitred yesterday on the Georgia Central by a passenger iraiu breaking into the usual run of freight train. Engineer Crosby of the passenger train wash irled against ihe hot boiler with his hand on tin lever and his body roasted ami disetn bowled. The pres'dent and secre tary of the road escaped through a window of the sleeper. Several per sons were slightly injured. Sustained. Amherstburg, Ontario, Nov. 29 The Government sustains the collec tors of customs for sending an Amer ican lug to assist a shipwreck-(1 American vessel and says wrecking companies must not interfere with reasonable assistance io U. S. tuys when necessary .o save life or vessels from total wreck. "U ill Discuss the Matter Chicago, Nov. 29. There will be a meeting of democrats at Springfield January 8lh to decide whether to keep up the party organization iu Illinois. Many members of the party favor abandoning it and others are leaving the party who have voted w"th it from its infancy. Must Exclude. St. Louis, Nov. 29. The Bridge company denies the report that the excessive amount of freight necessi tates the excluding of all but perish able freights. They say that they can take much more than is offered al though 1,200 cars cross daily. Gas Explosion. , New York, Nov. 29.---Thrce men were probably fatrlly injured by a gas explosion in tho stationery estab lishment of Arlmarding, Logan & Co. The building was considerably dam aged. A Fiery Frenchman. Paris. November 29. Loisant iu defeudiug himself delivered a violent and insulting tinv'e against General DeCissey. A large crowd cheered the report as he left the court. Dead. Loudon, November 29. John Whit well, a liberal member of parliament for Kindcll, is dead. i Ran Francisco, Nov. 29 Joe Win tiv, a well known sporting mau,died ' lúki night iu this city. Rheumatic Logan. Chicago, Nov. 29 Senator Logan is r-imfiiied to hi room at his home ii. I linois wi'h rheumatism, but he hopi s to be able to be in n'',s'"n-,on 1,1 On opening of congress 'Monday next. A Woman's Work. East Stouahioii, Mass., Nov. 29. Mrs. Littlelield yesterday poisoned lier husband and sun tii-I shot herself The son died this morning. Burst, Wheeling, Nov. 29. The drum ol the Norway lack factory burst this morning wrecking the building and killing the engineer. A Rowing Match. London, Nov. 29. -Hanlau aud Lay- cock have arranged a match for 1000 a side, to be rowed on the Thames witliin six weeks. For America. Paris, November 29. It is is under stood that a withdrawal ot 12,500,000 francs for America has been made. Dangerously 111. Littleton, N. Y., Nov. 29. E. W. Farr congressman elect is dangerously ill with pneumonia. The Th atre. The Mitzhell Troupe was greeted last night with an unusually full house Baca Hall being crowded long before the hour for opening arrived. Miss Millie Willard iu her roli of "Lticrelia Borgia." played with her usual skill and was ably supported by 'he ret of tho troupe. Miss Willard is a star actress and impresses an au dience favorably . The exercises oi the evening were concluded wiih a roaring farce en titled "Rough D.aniond" which was one of the most pleasing events of the evening and the moral to be drawn therefiom was good. The entertainment to-night will consist of two plays, viz., "Bhck Eyed Susan," and "A Serious Family." In i ho first Miss Willard will peisonatt Black Eyed Susan. The performances will undoubtedly be good and will well repay those who go to see aud hear. Mr. Potter a, oung man, nephew of Ij. Bradford Prince. who has been in tlieierritory for a few moni hs,asociai ed with Pn-f. E n.notis the r"dniica 1 explorer, ha not been hei rd r m y his people in I he east for six week Hid Ihev have becom alarm ul aboui him. lie was last heard from in Al buquerque, and fears are entertained hat he may be a victim of foul play. Anyone who Knows of his wherea bout will confer favor by sending word to l his office, The business men of Santa F- are iPeresling themselves in a yearly te view of the city, to give a record ol ihe progress iu improvements and trade. Why cannot Las Vegas do somcOiing of the kind; or are we lack ing in enterprise? We t'o'ibt if any town in the west can in ike such a showing as we can. and we should publish it abroad. There is enough to brag about, without descending in to bins er, and it would be something we could all take pride in. WANTED vv AN'I'KI). First class waiter. Knquiru at at mis o line v ANTEDA situa Ion as clerk. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Applv at llib óllice. 1 8-tf. VV AN I KD A till to do tri nenil housework Appiy tor intiirmaiton at tins num. 107:11 WANtKD A good engineer to run a mill engine. I'.mpiire at T. hornero & .son's s ore on the plaza. tf. w ANTKD. -one or two fiiriihed rooms lor a lady. Knipure at this ollice. FOR SALE. TTORSI,E One horse, one buggy, singlo I' liarncsfl, tn roo seis double harness two saddle?", one milch cow DuLD noll8-iw rtOll RKXT. -Uno front s store by A. room Dold. west of M. S7-tf. Brunswick' I 'Oil SAtiK- A lot of chairs, buffalo robes, II iwb double sets ol harness. Inouire of A. Dold. 87-tf. I,"OÍ SALÍ';, Toreo llrt-elass lots iu the new I town, on the hill adjoining the residence of I. W. Love on the south. M.ist Location in the city. Apply to A. J. Houghton. 8:itf. "I ilOIt SALK. A good saddle horse, by Mrs U uesmarais. I IMF. FOK SALK. By Moore & Huff, at the I y Hot Springs. I.eavé orders atilerbert & Co'sdrug store, on the plaza ITVMt SALK. -lOdheadofcatl'e. For further ' inlormatlor apply to Jaffa Bros., Las v c ;as, and A. Nelson íí Co., Anton Chico, N. M. IOIt SALE--A good sixteen horse power 1 steam engine, all in ru .ning order and large eiiuiiKh to run a Hour mill. Any person det.iriugto seo it running can do so any day at my planing mill at Las Vegan. Applv for terms 1 JOHN B. H OUT EN. 4S!t-tr BACA HALL FOR RENT. The proprietor wishlnif to remove his residence will rent Baca Hall for the coming season, or "III sell it for a reasonable price. Tho hall Is the be-t In the Territory and Is provided with a stage aud com, lite scenery Address, ANlONIO JOSE BACA La VufM, K. M." ATT KT OX. Steam Saw Mill tor Knle, This mill is about fifteen nies from Las Vei ns, is idtuuted in a locality u here timbci i aonniianl: I lie engine is tweniy-l' ur horse "Oivt rund iu llr-t-cl;iH8 tunning order. There Is one extra .-aw seventeen yuk'. of g o I catt e. 'ur lug waguus, as trui mI ns iiew; complete blacksmith shop and all extras suitable fur the Hin-ccs.Hiio operation ..r his mill. - nibo-uln for les than Its full vaiue. Terms llal ea-e balance on e. sh terms. For further In- lurmatiou applv to, or uddncsa. T. HOMERO & sox, llá-tf. Lai Vegas, N. M. Dissolution n'otlre Notice is herein-given that the flm doing ousiness under ine name ami stvlc ot licll A C itanin Las Vtgas, N . M., I this day disolv ed by mutual cuu-ent. W. J. (.'arlan having -old his interest In said store to T. i. Craig. I he new lirm of lioil, Oaig ftCo., will assume all liabilities a d collect all debts due the runner firm uf Bull v Cuitan. Las Veges, Nov. I'.tth, Issu. II. C HELL, W. J. CAIti AN IOST Two largo Mack hugs, One a sow. has Ja se n in ihe right shoulder made by a cut with an ax. twoi-liisin right ear. one. a lan:e b rrow lately castrated wiih a crop off of the leit ear ami a slit in it and a slit In the right ear. A liberal rewa.d will be paid for Infor mation leading to the lecovery of tho same. Lcive word ai Lockhart &C'b fainiture store. i)7-tl: Xotiee to Contractors. Sealed bids will be received an to 8 o'clock p. m., December Dlh, ISSO, by the Las V egas Ho. tel uid lmnrovement Co fur the buildi gof the superstructure of Mho American Hotel, to bo three stones, high, built of bi ick. Plans iind siiecillcations can be neon at the ofliee of Ihe architect Chas. Wheelock. .Ml bids to be ad dressed to Ueo J. Dinkel, secretary. Las Ve gas, N. M. Tho right is icsorved to reject anv urall bids, Jiv order of the board of directors'. CHAS. ULANCIIAliD, Pre-. Las Ve;yjis, N M .. Nnvembur 1.-th 180. 108 Notice. All persons lound trespassingby hffrdingsheep ir cal tie ou Ute Creek vt illiln boundaries ol t.e moutii ol said creek and for a distance of six K en miles on both sides said creek, and also ol Canadian (or Red) River from the boundan inc ul the Baca location No i lora distance on .ixic-cu miles on both slues down said river, will iu prosecuted according to law. lo. .I WILSON WADDINGHAM Prices to Suit the Times. J. C. BLAKE, Manufacturer and Dealer In SADDLES s HARNESS, LAS VEGAS, ) YLRUQL'ERQUE NEW MEXICO is. i )ne Square South of Plaza, on Smith Side of Pacific Street, Carriage Trlnimini: Dono to Order. Important notice. For the bo ellt ol our citi.i ns who go o is" e l ite copies ol tliis paper will be kept on die Ir thl icket ollice of the Chicago, Huí lington tí Orille y rai road, at ft.) Clni k t-trect, Chicago, 111., vl ere tho are privileged to call and read itlree. Eb. ANDRES SENA, GENERAL MERCHANT, LOS ALAMOS, 3Í. M. :o: Also Dealer in UATTLE." SHEEP, WOOL, HIDES, i Hi A IN A'NTD ALL. Kinds of PRODUCE. llorín i!TiTii Freight teams always ready and freighting done to all parts of the Territory. The Occidental Billiard Hall! Finest in tho Citvof Las Vegas, THE MONARCH First-class bar where gentlemen will find the finest liquors, wines and ci gars in the Territory; also in connec tion is a lunch counter. Drop in and see us. Open Day and Night. LOCKE & LOCK WOOD, Proprietors. Center Street BAKERY, A.nd Ijnncli Counter. (Formerly Santa Fe Bakery.) IS NOW READY FOR BUSINESS Largest Oven in the Territory. Will supply Las Vegas and the Towns along the Road from Raton to 'San Marcial. Orders by letter will receive prompt at tention. IIÜBERTY & ANGELX. LA8 VEGAS COLLEfiE. Special Class In SPANISH, FROM 5:30 TO 6:30 P. M. APPLY AT THE COLLEGE JJIOR SALE, WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! 101 cords orwod at S I.I M per load . For fur ther information apply at tliis otticc. George oís, agent. , COAL! COAL! COAL! Delivered at $7 per ton. Leave orders at Lockhart & o's hardware store, or at their planing mill office. George Koss, agent. L H. ELLIS. SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER. We get up Signs on the shortest notice and In tho latest style, both plain and fancy. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. jyj-fCAFFIiEY & GEHERTY, i ames Geherty , Ed . McCaffrey . PLASTERERS AND BUILDERS Will attend to nil contracts promptly both ih city and country. Give us a call and try our work. LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO. E. II. SKIPWITH, Physician & Surgeon, Ollice over Herbert's Drug Store on the Plaza. HOPPEE BROS,, 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 Vesas, N. M. C. F. MASTSOFF, Contractor and Builder Las Vegas. Santa Fe, Albuquerque, and S.iii Marcial. IF. G. Ward Contractor and Buildr.e LAS VEGAS, Iff. M. W. H. WHITELAW Attorney at Law, Will attend to all legal business promptly, Center Street, East Las Vegas, New Mexico. 179-d. 0"C-3L3Xr IV. TjTJCEIIO, Manufacturer ot MEXICAN JEWELRY LAS VEGAS, - - - M. JI In Romero Building, East Sldeof the Pía. W. Steele, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE lor Precinct No. in. East Lus Vegas. Real Estate, Collecting Agent and Convev incer. Deeds, Mortgages and Justices' Blanks lor ale. Ollice &n the hill between Hu "itt'iiH, B íi E W E li Y S A L O O N. ALBERT &. HERBER, Proprietor?. Opposite Jaffa Bros., East Side, fc'rcsh Beer always on Draught. Also Fine Cigars and Whiskey. Lunch Counter in Can nection HOWISON A FABIAN, General, Comm'n Merchants . ANi) SALESMEN FOR e. A-STibiaasr htjs 3 . Onice East side K. R. Ave., opposite Browne Manzanares. , . JNO. F. BOS'TWICK. P. O, LY DON BOSTWICK c LYDON Attorueys-at-Iiiaw. Ofliee at Exchange Hotel Buildin. Las Vegas, N. M. OTERO & JEAGER, Dealers in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Corn, Hay and Forage. Lincoln, County, Xm Mexico. Alex. McLean. Robt. McLean. Jos. McLean. McLean Bros., Contractors and Builders. All kiuds of Mason Work. Fine Plastering a Specialty. Contradi taken in any Part of the Territory. Las Vegas, N. M. ALFRED B. SAOER, ATTOENEY A.Ü.' IL.A.'W Dold'sBuildino'. LAS VEGAS. - N. M BIBLES! BIBLES! BIBLES! Of evcrv kind and style, at Rev. D. Vf. Cal feu's. English and Spanish, or In any other language, for le cheap or given away, M. MATTHIESOK, District Superintendent R. B. A. for Ww Marico ana Arlr wua.