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Ls Vegas Daily Ga?ette.
WEDNESDAY DEL'EMDEU 1,1880 UV YMAft. Good l'lne to Kmlf rftte from. A reporter of the Gazette called on )r. J. V. Noel hist evening in his quar ter t ih ? Grand View. The doctor wat just in fmiH the couth, and apologized for his app arance as ho was complete tired out. lie had not recovered frou. an eleven hours freezing hewas subject ed to while riding on the stage from Ej IW As will he remembered he left foi 1 iuaynias (tome months auo as confidential clerk to chief engineer MorLy, inchargt of the construction of the A. T. k S. V.'t line from Guaymas eastward through old Mexico. But ho resigned early in Sep tember and after stopping several weeks at Ilcrniosillo lie went thence to Tucson and then journeyed on to El Paso at easy stag's. :iWhy did you leave Guaymas, doc tor?" was the abrupt question we ad dressed to him, after he had described his journeyings. "On account of uiy health," he made answer with a smile on his face. ''Then th. climate did not agree with you ?" "No nor L cannot see how it would agree with anyone. Why, I compared the average temperature, taken morning, noon and night, with a tabular statement of the averages at different points all over the world, that I found in Scrib iiers Monthly, and Guaymas was near ly as high us the hLhest." "What, as hot as Allabahad?" we queried, taking as a standard the town in India, which has como to be accep.ed as a synonym for Tophet. "I don't mean quite as hot, still the average comes up very nearly to that." Continuing he explained that the cli mate is detestable, but no worse than the living. The fare is of the coarsest, and after the close of the oyster and veget able seasons, which end about the first of May, soup and milk are the only palat i blc articles of diet. Canned peaches that sell for 20 cents per can in the states, there cost 01.20, without any margin of profit being added. In their season, oysters are secured of good quality and abundantly and although not as large as those found in eastern waters are yet delicious; the same applies to vegeta bles. 'What was the feeling towards the Americans when you left ?" "The native population regarded them as interlopers. There was oj en hostility exhibited and I think that it would not take much to arouse them to commit acts of violence. I have even seen this advised in Mexican papers. To tell the truth, it was just that, that convinced me that Guaymas was a good place to emi grate from. Sooner or later a conflict will come, and some of the boys will have to go under. But they will make a brave resistance, however, as they have a large building with walls three feet thick which, Wv-re they to once get inside of, they could hold a large force at bay for a long time. Then there are the Vacqui Indians who are employed on the rail road, who will make trouble. They have one of the richest valleys in Mexico which the government covets, and pro' poses to move them from their reserva tion in much the manner adopted 'y our government, I tell you, I fear trouble trouble and thought it the wisest course to get out of the country." lie expressed himself as charmed with Ilermosillo, which is in the midst of a finu agricultural country. But most oi all was he impressed of the great futun in store for El Paso. "I don't go much on any town on Mexican soil, but I d think that El Paso, Texas, is the best t nvn in the country to go to." The doctor will remain in Las Vegas for a few days recuperating and will thei jiin his partner in El Paso, where li will engage in business and practice hi profession. HOTEL ARRIVALS. St. Nicholas Hotel. W. S. I.cckey wife ami boh, Red I lvi-i Springs; I't'ter Miilvaney, San Marcial; V. Ii Blush, San Marcial; II. It. Stotengon, Snnl Fe O. T. Uiiffum, St. I.onin Ai drew i.ocum Siviinnnh, Ga.i Chas. W. Git -no, Topekn K i D. A. Create, Santa Vr.; W. I,. t;ih't Santa Kim John U. Harney, New York) Tho (rm England. Grand View. J. V. Hallowed, Croatod IlutU, Colo.udr T W. Hunt, Fort Union, X. M. J. T. 1 a Tourretto, Fort Union; II. C Doou, Sail Mhi clul J. K. Mo lisoii, Empolla, Kaniui. National Hotel, tfaa. a, A. Bita, Basta r Jvbi, On 19 El Phio. From Wm. A. Smith the following ircms of interest concerning the building of railroads in the southern purl of the Territory arc learned. The El Paso branch has been locate 1 and work will commence thereon inmie diatly. It will be about ninety miles in ength and will leave the main roa 1 about three miles north of Colorado, near the southern portion of the Joma do, where the road crosses the 11 io Grande. The firist twenty miles of the branch is over a very heavy grade, that vill take at least ten weeks to complete Work on the main lino is being pushed rapidly forward; all the contractors hav ing commenced to grade. Over 200 men compose the construction forj e, and have been rushing the grading vigorously for the last six weeks. This is proof positive that the road will bo pu-hed on through to Guaymas with dispatch. Con ductors have commenced to grade as far west as Fort Cummings and the track layers have reached the famous Martini's wells on the Jomado. This noted point, about which so much has been writ en in the past, has now become a railroad point. The A., T. & S. F. company in tend to bore three artesian wells on the Jomado, and the first, located about thirty miles south of San Martial, has already been commenced. The Southern Pacific road is now within seventy-five miles of El Paso and work is being pushed with energy. The work on this road is almost entirely done by Chinamen, not even horses and scrapers being used, the Celestials doing all the giading with shovels. f.ETIE I. INT. The f. lloiiii Is a list of letters remaining miciilk'cl for In tho postónico lit Uis Vejjnsfur thti week ending November 3). 11 persons culling for letters will pienso nay "adver tised." dC'ick, H. 8. Al villar. Tomas, Beck, (,'hiis. K. Burr lie Brrkley John Campliell C.x W A Champ 0 C 2 K:nh rt Jumes M File. .1 B fi euher W Gonzalos F S Uulieres Manuel lli.itc Kie Lumnr Co Lobato, Antonio Mures An ohio Malev S A Muck't; P v r-.JP Murphy II Molla .1,,8 -azer L C2 Itcmick Joseph Knssell 1) C Iti(fr J B Solatia J"ie - taflnrd Wm I liornas Kiuene Wells, Farso & Co Weils O W Willson Klt.iie Anoyu. Jua Beck. It. Barela, Jiilliinit Ban teher ram Cowen vVm Cox Wm Carnes P P Dicker Win Foi-fjUnii Ule ryfe Alex ini sales Florencio Giii'-s Ino M J I am m T N ;Jones Chas l.oud Myrick Martin 'casimiro Mel na ,)ni s Mnnsllelil Ceo Montolla.J M l organ Will M r hy ti II MeFegh & Hart Nieia tpodonia Belch I enharl Koinvts G C Sitlliran as Mm I vi. Wm Tomplison lleiin -1 Vivian .'has Wade -iininel Willis II Wilson .lullio Will.on Miss Mollie. .! .V. KUIU.OXG, P. M. Western Star l.ixtfic Xo. 1, l.O. ;.T There will be a meeting of the above lodge on Friday evening, November Md at 7:H0 sharp. All members in good standing are cordially invited to attend as business of the utmost importance is tj be transacted. By order of tho W. C. T. Eliot Ryder is in t. e city on hi. way back to the cast where he will write a book "New Mexico in 1881 will) Glimpses of its Past Condition." It was his intention to go on to the City of Mexico and write of Old .Mexico as he will of our terrilory, but . the demand for a fepeedy puhdea tion of the book being urgen i, he ha postponed his nip lor the present The book will be gotten u i p' p Oar f riii and will deal with i-uud fuel and figures ami a pl.nl n statement of our resources. It will do more good than toe ordinary books, writieu in Soplo -itioric style, and will have more o -ay .of sheep and mines than -'snow clad hills" etc. The book will be pub lished by the old rel able linn of James 11. Osgood & Co., of 5otoii, which is a sufficient guarantee that i' will be of value to us. Mr. Il d r has received considerable encouragement i rom t lie territorial and government itficials, who appreciate the good to result from t he publication of Mich a work, as he intends writing. Ii has been suggested that it would be a wise procedure tor our m rchauts to close their stores every veiling except Saturday evening at 7 o eloek. It ihls were done, there vould he more t-oeiety in Vegas, is or business meu would have morj usure time to themselves and could .mirouizti eniertaintne t-, and nn ro ncouragemcnt he given those who .mike tin effort to interest the public. Verea ueti i m S'arted, wo doubt n t out what it would secure ihcsigiin ures of our priucipól business men, f not all the merchants in general. There 1 comparatively a sin 1 uno int of busincFS transacted in the evening, but as it is now, all places of business aro néccssariiy kept open in elf defence. W. A. bnnth mislaid his overeo: t .r...l.. Tl. ,) :n .1 , ...1 jvnwiuay. j. uv iiiiucj - wm uivu.it; i ciurn it to C, B. gowtk T.OPol TtoillC ; -East Lynn,? at Baea Hall to-night. Ilcmembcr the Mitchell company to-night. A. A. Robinson has gone to Pu- 1 a colo. The Mitchell company are laying to good houses this week. Dr. N". J. Pettijohn and his bride arrived yesterday from lieloit, Wis. A section hand was run over at He len on Monday and considerably injured. The Mitchell company will preseiij East Lynne this evenihg with a strong cast of characters. Lieutenant Goodwin, of the Ninth Cavalry, passed through the country en route cast to visit his family. ' A negro was arrested in front of the Exchange yesterday with two horses that had been stolen at White Oaks. The last dav of November "got up and dusted." The powdered adobe cir culated about quite recklessly. G. A. Smith jr., of the National Hotel will leave for Santa Fo to-dav to accept a pos'tion in the postoffice at that place. Work was commenced on the foun dation of the nnw hotel on the plaza. It is beíníí laid broad and strong to support the weight of a great building. The Optic is our authority for .say ing that a whiskey famine threatens Lns Vegas. We haven't had time to investi gate as the grub question completely un nerves us. The attorney of the Southern Pa cific Ft. It., Col. George, i in the city. He is well known throughout this terri tory, and is immensely popular in Colo rado where ho makes his home. Judge Blanc-hard is making extens ive repair on his store on the plaza. When these improvements are completed he will have G,000 feet of surface under a good roof. He is also digging a large cellar. "Workmen are cnsfipvd in setting np tho conn'crs of the First National Bunk. TIov nro marvels of work manship, hnndsomly carved and will be an orn nient to Hie best bnnkiiiir rooms in the territory. They were manufactured in Cincinnati. It is reported that a new line of four horse conches will be run from Lns Vegas to the White Oaks. The plans nre not yet all arranged, but tho man who is ini crested in the scheme has plenty of capital and will make a success of a regular run. Thomas B. Gnrtrcll has purchased the interest of Mr. Sini'h in the National Hotel, on the p'nza, and will take posses sion this morning. This house now has a good run of business, and Tom will not let the patronage decrease bv nnv means. He will make a popnlnr landlord. '-John 1? filthier i in the ritv nvikioL' itiqui'-ins and in vnM?nt iny ho chancea for-hii;ii(s. ITo is roo rso.itntive of tho firm of AV. í? f?r"fo & Co.. of Vow York, a wonlthv n d prnsiippnua hnupp, ,ho irilinr pnWliPr of wh'ch his r"cnt'v heen oVot'vt oi'ivor nf N w Y'i'k ei'y. Mr. fn'i' ier 'vill tni(lr)iiiteilv lnr-n'eíp L-s Vo. gas and cninofe in the won' busitioss. Not. to be regarded as too cri'ir-il, we beg leave to suggest that it would reflect more credit upon our people if the demonstrations of appr val on the part of some of the audience at tho Mitch -11 entertainment were more moderate. Such boisterous stamping as was indulged in on last evening is decidedly un pleasant, to say the least, as it raises a dust. As regards the statement in yester day's Optic concerning th non-departure of the Las Vegas mail yesterday, the post-office clerks say that they had the mail ready to be sent whenever called for and that it is the mail messenger's business to keep himself posted is to the arrival and departure of the trains and to see that tho mails are properly delivered. The intimation that the failure of taking the mails from tho office here was t :e fault of tho clerks is un rue. The delay in tho trains is primarily causad by lack of motive power on the Santa Fe road. The reason why no ad ditional rolling stock is secured is said to bo that whin tho junction of tho road is made with the, Southern Pacific It. R. the Santa Fc road will come into pos session of cars and locomotives in abund ance, which would make any outlay n w, although very convenient, still excecd- .' I . . ingiy expensive, considcrins the short I im that it would hit absolutely needed. The train from the s juth a'.th -ii:h on tune brought no mail, as there was vo mail agent aboard. Wc live in lio h that delegate Luna will secure the appointment of several additional postal j agents if the trouble is not remedied be lore he has a voice in the mutter. . VMHMHMMHBHMHHBHHHMaaMaHaaaM Iim oliilion Notice. Notice h herein- given that lhe firm ot'Ookc, Loi-khart Ac Co. is ,i 4li(j dissolved by nniiii il coiiíent, Ilenrv (ioeke retiring from lhe lirm. The buiuc.s will he coiidlicted lu-realter inid"i- the firm name and Mv!o of Lockhnrt & (,'o., who sumc all lia bilities anl collect all leliis. IIknhy Gkk. . .Fas. A Lock hart, í i:n ky i. Coons, Tilos. (íai.v. :5t Ilppcivetl por Kxpi-PHN. S00 dozen fn s-h eggs. lU hh. f'ltAIG & Co, South-west corner Plaza. RE-OPENED. Dr. DeGraw's Den'al Office. Dr. DeGraw has reopened his Den tal i ffn-e and will remain in Las Vc gas for two weeks only, from today, November 24. Oilice north side plaza West Las VeyfuS nercivedprr txprcstsi. 300 dozen frcheggs, Bki.l, ( 'KAIO & Co. South-west coiner Pmr-- New and handsome styles of ladies' and children's suits, cloaks and ulsters at Isidou Stern's. Two carloads of staple and fancy groceries just received at Isidok Stern's. The boss Tom and Jerry at, II. Ukamm's. -lw. All the hot drinks of t he season at II, Bkamm's. Iliiih ball at II. IJhamm's. neceivetl prr Expreas SOO dozen fresh eggs, Bull, Craig & Co. South-west corner Plaza. WlltlltMl, Immcdiaielya good cook, who is not afraid of work. To the right kind of a pi rson good wages will be paid. Dead beais need not apply. Isidou Stern. Auction Sa'e. Of fifteen first-class milch cows and a lot of fine caves, on Thurs day. November 25th, on the pinza. Terms, cash. F. J. Werkr, Auctioneer. Wo have in ock the largest and most select slock of cloaks, dollman., circulars, ulsters and suits lo he found in this market of which the holies of Lns Vegas will piense lake not inc. J. Rosen WAi.n & Co. Received per Exiu-ess. Í5ÜÜ dozen fresh egg, Bei.l, Craig & Co. South-west enrncr l'laza. 1 have the lnigest slock of genis' furnishing goods in I as Vegas. IsilDoll Sl'KltN, Fresh OyMers, Fresh Ovsters at n83if " J. ( i it a a V & Co a. Choice iiallcrns and neuot styles of carpets at the lowest prices. Isinoii Stern. Ladies' and children's Ifyyins nt J (' SEN W A ED & Co. i Lndieb' t ii r sets lately arrived at J. I'osenwaM) & Co. Ladies Mcrii.o Iiom- ol'ihe best (jual ity at J. Wosknwai.d & Co. -v- Gents' fmcy underwear, till wool at .1. IfoSI N W A ED Si Co. The Christmas goods will be in by next week. (!. K. ksciie. . (! to (!. E. Veiche'.s stoic tor the Pride of Kan-as flour, lead. It takes the Nave you seen those lovely Victor ia skirls for sale at C. E. Wkpciik's Artificial flowers of all grades at the store of (J. E. Wisches. Go to C. Ii, WiMihe's and tiy a keg of those dclMous pickles. Those velveteens at. Wcsc.e's stand unequalled. . dust opened a very large stock of the Selz celebrated 'hand-made boots and shoes, tor which I have the ex clusive sale in Las Vegas. Isidou Stern, -- AhcivvKtock of fine wines, liq uors and cigars at. -M Here's for tho winter trade. tf. ltecclvd per ICxprcü. 300 dozen fres', eggs, , Bell, Cuaio & Co. South-west corner l'laza. Messrs. Phillips and Milligan, of tho east sido are in receipt of a largo invoico of "Big Gun Select Oysters" diiej frou Bultiaoio. jAFFA'BROTHERS1 -stock NEW WINTER GOODS! Boots & Shoes 02 P O WE NOW MAVK Our Stores filled of all kinds of Good for t'e Winter Trade and invite the peo ple of I. as Vegas and vicinity to ex amine our stock before purc'.asinjr elsewhere. Yi have a large stock of everything appertaining to General Merchandise. As the varieties are too numerous to mention,we prefer showing our customers our stock in therore rather than in the newspaper. N o 1 1 outdo to show goods (.'all and see us. JAFFA BROS., East and West Las V. ras. O , $ e (rthina for Men and Bnvs. NATIONAL HOTEL 4$' Harrison, Prop'rs. South Sido of Xl2, This Il.juse has been newly refitted and reltrnlshod and affords the brut cconimo diitiins for the trawling iiiibllc. Cottages to Rent. Two new cottages to rent at the Hot Springs. Apply to the New York Clofhiug Store,' East Las Ve gas. 314-tf. Indian Pottery. The largest stock, in the United Stales, of Indian potteiy, both anci ent and modern, at M, A. Gold's In dian, department, Sania Fe, N, M.4l-tf l.ottFor kale. Parties de?-iring locations. ou which to build houses tor business purposes or residences, would do well to call on the undersigued, who will sell lots at reasonable rates. All said lots are situated on the east side of the rail way opposite the Mepot. For terms etc., apply to M.Salazak. O dice north-east corner of the plaza, 246-tf. I would respecting call the atten tion of all persons going to and from the While Oak mines, and the pub lic in general to the fact that I. have removed our store from Tecolote to Autor Chico, where 1 keep a com plete assortment of general merchan dise; and make a specialty of minor! supplies, provisions cct. Antou Chi co is on lhe direct route to lhe mines and I sell goods at the lowest rates. David W i nt k k n it z, Anton Chico, N. M Ed win C. Burt's French kid shoes at Chas. Ilfki,d's. Lockhnrt & Co. have, received a l.ire stock ol oils and paints; also "lliildeiis enaiiici 'aim" which is wa ter proof and ready for use. is con stantly keni v i hem. ñu-1 1 . (Mean towels und sharp razors ai .Imbl's Barber Shop, Exchange Moid. tf. Two jrooil carpi nicrs wanted im mediate!) ly FltANK OfJDKN. 41-1 f Another car load of flour, the best in town, received hy J. Graff & Co. Something new I new I new! Self raising Buckwheat floi.r at li83. I J. (ÍUAAF& Co's. I.a:icd. Please r-xamine Stern's new stock of Torchon and t'retouuc laces, lichus and embroideries. A full assnrlmcu of Homeopath'c remedies constantly kept on hand at the Central Drugstore. 313-tf. I call the at'cnlion of t lie ladies to the tact that 1 sell embroideries lower than any house in the city. Come and assure yourselves. lsinoR Strun. Selz celebrated hand made boots and shoes only at Isidou Stern's. SEE the geuts' furnishing goods depart ment at Isidor Stem's and examino bis foods and prices. Clothing bous es take a back seat. The little daisy exrursion hat at the New York Clothing House. Ey. rybwdy wnrs thrn. tf. or- F the Best Makes D CO -a p 3 o 3 (0 n c Ijas Vegas, Quilts, blankets and comforts, lap robes, Honeycomb oud Marseilles spreads in a very large variety at low pricep at Isidou Stern's. Dont Forget that Isidor Stem has an immense stock of n'ce, new and good: goods which ho sells at lower figures than any other house in the city. O. L. Housrhton has a regular ar senal ot lire-arms, the largest stock in all the west. It is not only for a re uní, but for a wholesale trade that he is prepared. His advantages for buy tug enables him to sell this class of goods as low as they can be got auv where. Go to Judd's Barber Shop and "et scraped, Exchange Hotel. tf Pickets for sale at Loekhart & Go's planing mill. 29-tL AV'e are prepared to furnish all kinds of building materials for con tractors. Lockiiart & Co. ' 21-tf. Wines and liquors oí the best qual ity, and ollho best brand at whole sale or retail at M. Heise's, south side of t he plaza, Las Vegas, N. M. 3o3-tf Ilolbrook's tobacco is the best. Call and see Old Walker, Ziou's lull, tor good whiskey ami o(irs. Fine candies a specially. ulOOtf. New styles of ladies' cloaks from the tactory of A. T Stewart & Co. Isidor Stern. Fine Boots. J. W. Hanson &(3o., hereby inform the public, that Ihev are now' prepar ed lodo all kinds of work in their line. Fine work a speci Itv. Shop on northwest corner of plaza.16-4m Brick for salo in large or smull quantities, at Lockiiaut & Co's. One hundred of the latest styles of ladies and chihirens cloaks, dolmaus circulars, received at - 931 f Chas. Ilfeld's, Buckwheat ii83tf Hour at J. GUAAF & U O'S. L. L. Howi.son of the Model Store, east side, has a full assortment of boot and shoos which he sells nt the lowet cash figures. . 88tf Go to M. Heise,on the south sido of the plaza for line wines, liquors and Kirs. 253-tf I call especial attention to my stock ofc'oths of all descriptions for lad:es' wear. Isidor Stern. Notice to H -trae Men. The undersigned, F. J. "Weber, wishes to Inform the public in gener al that ho stands ready to satisfy any one who has a genuino case of epi zooiio on baud that he can cure it ; if he does not he charges nothing for time or expense. Ho has one of the finest corrals in the old town, aud provides for caHi and all, with hay, tiiifc wtiti an1 atalll.i- fit " vwiu nnv amviiux. vji i vu me & call aud be treated gentlemanly. K T tir 014 Xow Corrta,