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GAZE rrrv J JL VOL.2. LlS VEGAS, 1ST. M., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1880. JSLO. 120. LAS Pin JUL .4 o MARWEDE, IHLDER & CO. DealcM in HARDWARE Weodenware, STOVES I TINWARE AND HoilscFu rn ishing Goods Rosen wnH'i Muck, on I'laz, LAS '.VEGAS - - SEW MKXICO. A. Desmonts, HOUSE AND SIGN P A 1 N T E It. Frnop, graining, caIsomi!iig, paper hanging, ote Leave order--witl) M. Ileisc on the plaza. Reliable Insurance LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND ÜLOIJE. HOME, OF XEV YORK. -Sl'ItlNGFIELD FllllS AND MA UI NE, MASS. II AM13UIKJ-M A HEUUISG, II AM UUliG, GKItM ANY. C, R. BKOW rNIiC, AGENT. orricE is xkw tws. Coffirs, Caskets, Ami Undertaking Goods ot nil Kinds Kept Constantly on Hand. FRANK OC3H333Nr, T.AS VEGAS, N. M. All Ortlors Promptly Filled. J. N. FURLONG, PHOTOGRAPHER. Gallery in the Hear oí the Exchange Hotel, West Las Voas. EICHAED IDUlSTUsT, SOTA ICY PUBLIC. N. J. PETTIjOHN M. D . PHYSICIAN ani SURGEON, Hot Springs and Las Vega&. Chronic Diseases and Diseases of Females specialty HO I SPIMNGS - - - S to 12 A. M LAS VEGAS--Central Drugstore, 2 to CI. M OTERO Y JEAGER, Trullcniiles en iburUs, Provisiones, Zacate, etc., por Fletero?. Q-"U" A.JD A.L A.CT A. 12, A., I'ouilHtlo le Lincoln, New .Mes leo. 7. FUA Ni O Oil A VES, Al.lU 'ili K'íiJI'K, - - NEW MEXICO M. SALAZAlí. ATOKNEY-AT-L.t If , LasVkoas New M kx i o Administrator' Mollee Notice in lic-rcb gi'en Hint the lion l'robnn C int in mid lor i lie county i San M i;iicl, mm T -rritory of New Mexico, ha appointed l lie Hu rt r.-iirntd udmiiii-tniiúr I the enlute r'rank Clin I 'Hi i ii , .leceused. All persons indebted . aid esinle will make iiiuneilinto settlement : and nil persons h.ivintf cliiins niiuxl Mild e- tuto iv til present I hem wiiliiu luelve iii-nil. M ÍSKIN'" K.K, luft-ly AdminUtrMor. La Vegas, N. M., Keb. "th. Ijisn. i o nai.e. A flrst-class stork ra-ich at Caooncito, war the Conchos. Good wilt r Itieililicn. jrnod house with six rooms, stable, trood well, i-c. A trond title will a given. For pint cnlar enquire -f OO-lm MUS. Y Koll . To'l Drlilge on tlie Itlo irile. The bridg built by the "Hern .Hito llrlduo Company" across the Hlo Grnndu opposite the town ol Bernalillo is now open for the public trarcl . Following are theritet oi toll established by the company, Tiz: People on f.ot. for each, 9 M Pi-op.n on horseba- k, lor each 15 Heavy wagons, loaded, lor each, l.no Heavy wagon, not maded, for each 7S Lliflit wagons loaded, for each 75 Light wtgoni, not I aded, for each, 6 Small stock per head,... 3 Lare stock, per head 05 Miiall stock, per head, from IW to 100 head, ach... !. oí Small stock . from 100 to 800 head, each til Sm II slock, from W) to 1.0 0 head, each, X Hmall tock. ir ra 1,000 head upwards Wagons, carts, and wood, going and re. turning, with two anima e VO Ike above, with foor animals, ........... 40 J. M. JrJtWCA, Ftniini. TELEGRAPHIC New York, Dec. 2. Jiulge Black to-day regpouded toa call of the Chamber of Commerce here for au opinion as to the injury inflicted bythe fluctuating and discriminating rates of railroad transporta! ion charges in a column reply which makes the fol lowing points: llailroad men believe or pretend to believe, that railways are the property of companies Author ized to run them, which is a cardinal error aud the parent of much false argument. A public highway cannot j 1)0 private nr 'perly. A railroad laid out and and built by the authority ihe stale for purposes of commerce is us much a public highway as a public road, canal or a navigable river, 'l ax, toll, or freight s, in any cac, is not the subject of a bargain between ship per aud a corporation, but a thing to le K'liled, fixed and preserved by publie authority. Thitwo companies between Omaha and San Francisco raised in cash, out of government In .uds, four or live times as much as i hey net .charily expended on the roads. '1 he stock -holders, without paying anything, put the enormou. urpluss in il.eir pockets. These roods thus built at the pubii expense a ltd in soiiiecises paid for by the puh i; five times over. are elaimed nowaw die private property of the companies, and the right ol the public to use hein a highway is utterly denied. Aevei Mieles- I lliinUtlieelaimottlie.se ri inp;tnii s to hike reasonable tolls siiimls iijion the smile position as that o companies whoe mads were buill oy the slock holders themselves at their own expense. Your mention f four dollars lroin New York to Salt Lake and only $2.0 to San Francisco is perhapsu.it tliemos1 ungenerous, but its gross viola ion of legal principle as can be conceived if i he railroads belong to the people then the rights of u 1 citizeus are pre eisely equal aud discriminations are unlawful. He th'uks the law neces sary to compel thum to be faithful to the duties they owe to the public at riles reasonably fixed, uniform aud equal, with tit extortion, without wanton charges, without discrimina tion, are not difficult to trame. At the Pennsylvania railroad office it is stated that they do not intend to be used as a convenience and as the Bal timore & Ohio has taken away their passenger business they claimed a right to refuse to carry Baltimore & Ohio freight. About the Canal. New York, Dic.2. Wm.Seligman, a member of the Panama canal syndi cate, informed a Herald Paris corres pondent yesterday : We made it a condition of our participation of the aflair and obtained a written guaran tee that an American directortate and president should be appointed, and so far as we can see the people of the United States will eventually hold the largest quantity of stock. lam con fident that the goods and passengi r traffic through the Panama cantil will he from four to rive times as great as thai of the Suez canal, and that in ten ears the Panama shares now issued at $100 will he worth from $G00 to $800. Jury Selected. Dublin, December 2. The jury lor die state trials have been selected as follows. Firstly-from the special jury comprising 1500 names 48 will he elected by bailo ; these 48 names will then again be placed in the bal lot box and drawn out sepárale!) ; e tell side lias rijiht to object to 12. i ml from the 25 names thus remain itig tin; jury is to be selected. Each ide again having the right to again challenge. The "Boss" Locomotive. Detroit, Dec 2. -I he new and nov el 'ocoii olivé invented bv Eugene Foiitasque of ih 8 city, arrived f.oin Kurt Wayne, Indiana, this forenoon on schedule time, miking a mile a minute with ease and it is cuntid'mlly expected that it will make over seventy-five miles an hour. Tests with a loaded train aud upgrade gtvu areat satisfaction to railroadmen who art interested. Should be Believed. Cincinnati, Dec. 2. 'I lie statement has been telegraphed that Ilk-hard South in an interview said that Gen. Garfield's Itealih was much Impaired and that lie needed rest. Mr. South emphatically denies the story aud says he only think Garfield has been over taxed by many visitors aud should bo rlitTd of thut bureta. Will not be Beceived. Chicago, December 2.-The Jour nal's Washington special says Gen. McDowell will not be jeceived, al though his coming east to vote for Garfield gave great ofl'ense to Gen. Sherman. The president decides that he shall remain. Lengthy. St, Louis, Dec. 1 lie Mexican exten sion oí the M. K & T. R. It. is finish ed and other lines now coutcmphted combined with the Missouri Pacific system will embrace about 4,500 miles. Jugged. Richmond, Dec. 2. Three judges of the election of the city of Manches ter were arrested for refusing to take votes of colored persous who showed capitation receipts according to law They "Kick." St. Louis, Dec. 2. The Creek dele gation is here euroute for Washington to work tor the Creeklndiau interests and to oppose the setiluineut of he whiles iu Okalahoma. Opera House Fire. Topeka, Kansas, Dec. 2. Craw lord's opera house burned to day. Loss $30,000 Insured for $15,000, par tially iu the American Uuiou of Cali fornia. Suicide. Bellfountain, (.)., Dec. 2 James Sl .an, in jail for shooting, was found this morning with his throat cu i which proved fatal. Fires. Eldorado Ks.. Dm- 2. - The elivitor mid mill owned by E. K. White burn ed to-day. Loss $20.000. Decreased. Loudon, December 2. The banks bu lion have decreased over 1,000, 000. - R.1TO.VS U USHER. A Notorious Practitioner Bnrely Es capes I.yncliinf. "Dr." C. A. Washington ot Raton City barely escaped lynching Wedm s day night, and to voice public senti ment, "it i a pity he isn't hung." Washington is well known to Un people of this region and enjoys any thing but a good reputation. lie has, traveled all over the country, spending several years on the Pacific coast, engaged in what business we are unable to stale. He is branded as a lustful wretch, who has brutall) maltreated two women who have borne his name, and has caused many another, whom he his wronged, to become nearly heart broken. His last victim was Miss Abbie .1 fiuel, a respectable and by no meaus unattractive ymmg woman of l'opeka, Ks., who, being obliged to earn her own living and contribute 10 the ud port of a needy family, wcut to Raton City sometime in July or Aug ust. There she found employ nieut as table girl in the Mountain House, which was disgraced by the presence of Washington us a boarder. Miss Siuel' pretty face roused l lie sensuous wretch and after finding his blandish ments uuable to accomplish his base purposes he sought to ruin the unpro tected girl by the most debasing means. The opportunity prtsentod itself when Miss Abbie was stricken down with fever and Washington, as t.ie only physician in that region, was called in to at tend her. The whole details of the fiendish crime of the monster are too revolting to dwell upon, Put'ing the young fiirl uud.r i ho influence of chloroform, he saied his lustful cravings; and not only once, but astht poor girl iu her misery stated, realiz-ng the depth to which she had been drugged down, she was ravished on ight or ten dillVrent occasions by Washington. Ikr sick ness became alarmingly dangerous, aggravated by the agwuy of mimi which she sullered, and vVeduibdty nignt, before breathing her last, she lold the revolting story of her shuiin and disgrace. The people of Raton, at may easily be imagined were righteously iudtg naut, aud ihe Ihougnt of the poor girl lyiug dead, sn incensed them that ih y forgot 1 ii operation aud a band of vigilantes was iiuiuciiimely formed aud Washington's life hung iu the balance. Everything was made ready aud lyuchiug was only prevented by officer llogan aud a cow-boy, who espoused the causo ol 'ho btute, and hustled him ofl lo Clero. The inquest over the body of Miss Siuel wa to have betu held yester. day, aud the utmost sympathy ivas expressed tor her, aud the most ab jct bat for Washington. Washington, who bore the title ol doctor, purchased the houor, ora di ploma c V-'rring it, from the Kansas City Medical College, where he at tended lectures during the winter of 1877-8. hi 1876, after months of turmoil with his wile in La Vela, Colorado, he nought to kill her, and being frts: tinted in this, attempted to burn her alive by firing the house iu which they lived, lie was forced to flee the town, a mob threatening to hang him. He was carried lo Wesl Las Animas by George Ross, a colored man of un questioned veracity of this city, who avers that but lor a timely "lift" on the way, Washington wi uld have dangled asa lassel to a hempen cord. o: wiihsiaiiding his narrow escape from lynching, he had ihe audacity to intro duce himself into Masonic circles in Las Animas, but. he was given the cold shoulder and after a two months' stay wcut to Kansas City In S"in( way lie obtained a devorce from his wife ami l hen succeeded in winning the hand of Miss Menger, an estimable young lut?) , daughter ol Dr Menger of El M ra. lie then began to practice in Otero, and was liuat1 cially very successful. Mrs. "Wash ington was a hard working woman and devotedly attached to her hu -b tud, receiving in exchange for her love and devotion, only and cursis. The poor .:ci blows woman was most inhumanly treated and the re sult was premature labor; and s iu was finally forced to rclttni to her lather's house. To add o all the misery, she was-branded by her hus band with unfaithfulness and wts well nigh driven into the grave. Li winter in Otero Washington had a difficulty with old man Dolton, and murdered him with a clasp knife. As Dohon had been a hard dr nker, the "Dr." suci-eedi d in establishing a plen of self defense and thus cheated the gallows. Washington is a tall, spare, raw boned six-fooler, with black hair and heard, and long peaked face. He dresses iu flashy style, and is impu dence personified, always obtruding himself everywhere. It -is to be hop that his career is run and that he will pay the full penalty of the law. J. M. Ryan of New York, who was formerly a contractor on the San ta Fe'road, and ha 'a ely been fore man on a grading g.mg had been sick for some days with pneumonia and it was thought best, to movehim to some point where he could secure bet let ac commodations and more comforts. Me grew rapidly worse and died on the train between Sau Marcial ait'' Alatnillo. His body was taken care of at Albuquerque and will be forward 0 1 to his friends iu Ihe east. WANTED AN TEDA sittia ion us clerk. Satisl'ai: tioii lruaiaiitied. Apply t Ihi.) óitice. 1 s-tf. U; AN i KI A jiii I to do i ncml liougi work. Apply for Information at this ollé'. Ii7 al' WANtKH A good engineer lo run tv mil I entone. Knquii'O at T. I.'n-.kto & son's g ore on Hie plaza. If. If ANTKI). -mie or two fitnUhud rooms lor a lady. Knquire lit this nlliee. FOR SALE. ÍTIOH S xT.K One horse, one l' iriry. single ' harness, th ee se.s double harness, two saddles, one milch cow A. U m.D- nollS-iw OR RK.XT Ono front room i).. I i west of M ST tf. Brunswick's tore bv A I 'OI! SAMO- A lot of co ilra l' i we double ectá ot harness. Hold lllilllll . IMIll'S, Inquire ol A 87-tf. L'OH SALIO. I'ovee lir-t. rlass lots in the new l town, on the hill adjoining the residence of I. W. Love on the south liost Location In the city. Apply to A. .. Houghton. 8'ltf. .It HI SALI- . A gooil saddle horse, by Sirs uesniarats. I XMh KOU SAMO. I5y Moore A II.HV, at die ' Hot Springs. Leave orders alllerhcrt & Co'sdruif st.ire, on the plaza ITVMl SALK. -ion lead olc.alHe. I'or furllier inlormiilloi' apply to .falla Bros. , Lns e as, and A . Nelson A Co. , Anton Chico, N. M . fTOli SALEA good sixteen horse power 1 steam engine, all in ru niug order and large enough to run a Hour mill. Any persnn 'lei iriugio see it running can do so any day at my planing mill ai Las vegas. Apply tor terms te JOHN 11. -mioTKN. tr TT ACA II ALL KOlt ltlONT. I he propi ietor I J wishing to remove his residence will rent lluca Hall for the coming season, or ill sell il for a reasonable price. Ihe liall Is the be-t In the Territory and Is provided with ft stage and com. lute scenery, .vunress, , AN IONIO JOSE BACA Las Vegas, N. M. ATTHiTlOjr. Stenm Saw mill tor Rule, This mill is about fifteen miles from Las Veg. as. is situated In a locality where timber i I almndauw the engine is twemy-four horse power and lu llr.it-clusg ruuulng order. There Is oue extra saw seventeen yoke of g nd cnttic, four log wagons, as good as newt complete blacksmith shop and all extras suitable for the siiecei-Miii operation or tils mill. ill bo sow for less than its full value. Tornis Hall ease; balance on e .sh terms. For further In formation apply to, or addaess T. KO.MERO & SON. Jll-tf. X.i Vegs, V. U. Dissolution A'otlce Notice is hcrobv given that the Arm doing business under the name ami stylo of Cell ,v C tan in Las Vegas, N. M . , I - this day disolv ed by inutietl e.ou-ent, W. .1. t artan having sold his interest In said saire tu 'i'. I. Craig. 'Ihe new lirm of lleil, Craig V(.'o., will assume all liabilities a d eidlect ail debts due the former lirm of Hell V Cm tan. Las Veges, Nov. lath. is'. II. C IlKLL, W. J. CAItiAN rOsT Two large Hack hogs, One a sow. has ja se o in ihe right shoulder made by a cut with an nx. twoi-liis in riuht ear une alar-e b rrow latel castrated with a crop olf of the leit ear ami a slit in it and a slit in the right ear. A liberal lewa.d will lie paid tor inlnr inaliou leading to the leeovery of the s mie. Leave word at Lockhart i Co's f.n nitaru store. 1 .;-tl: Xot ie to Contractors. Pen led bid wil I be recel ed un lo S o'clock p. m., Deo liiher fldi, Is", by ihe Las Vegas Ho. tel nd lmoroveinent Co 1: r the bnildi gof the supcrs'roetiiiv ol the American Hotel, to b III fee st i-íes high built ol b ick. PI a is and specifications can be -ecu at the ollice of the aielipeet Chas. Wbeelnek. Ml hid-in lie nd dressed t (ten J. Dn.kel s' en t-irv. L'S Ve gas. N. JI. The right is esevved to rejec anj orall bids. I! y o-der of ihe tumid of il rec. nrs. CHAS. ISL NCIIAIM, I've Las Vegas. V M. N ivemb.-r 1 ta 1SS i lt "THE WHITE y-L .c rau-1.-.- jw- "-jjli J", v. ifímm hghlenl Kunning urn THE WOIUjE. Almost Noiseless New, and in perfect order WM. U. II. ALL SUA', ÍÍAST LAS VEO A CHAPMAN HALL. Billiard Parlor & Sample Room, THE MONARCH I he Finest Resort in West Las Veras'here the Very Best lirauds of JQUORS AND CIGARS Are eonstautly keit on hand. PRIVATE CLUB ROOM IN C INMOCTION. HKNKY IlitAMM, Proprietor. The Occidental Han Finest in the (Miy of Las Vegas. THE MONARCH Kirst-class bar w here gentlemen wil 1 1 in t the finest liquors, wines and cl- i'ars in the Territory; also in coniiec ión is a lunch counter. Drop iu niio ee us. Open Day and Night. . O CKK .V I1 0 CK WO 0 1) . Friri;t.orx. Prices to Suit the Timet. J. c. Manufacturer and Dealer in SADDLES s HARNESS, LAS VEGAS, j ALBUQU KltyUK NEW MEXICO. JKi S Oue Square South of riaza, on South Side of I'aciflc Street, Carriage Trimminst Done to Order. "BILLY'S" Sn Dold's Block. Northwest Cor. of the IMaza. The mot elegant nppoiuted saloon in the Southwest. ThefiucBt liquors iu tho country. Mixed drinks a spec ially. Opsu day and night. PIPj mmm í.V. I 'J fi3xíí:r.?:v!-: rial!! LAS vio;.e COLLKCL. irecisl Clsi ia SPANISH, FKOM S:SftTOfi:Si) I. M. AITLT AT Tlir. COLLKGE. jTJOR SALE, WOOD! WOOOI WOOD! im cords of wod at $1. SO per load. Knr fur ther iiif.r. nation apply at this ollice. (..urge lioss, agent. COAL! COAL! COAL! Delheied at Í7 per ton. Leave orders at Loekhait & to'i hardware st.iro, or at their planiug mill ollice. George Koss, agent. T II" ELLIS. GN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER. We got up Rijiis on the shortest notice ase' la lie latest stylo, both pi On and fancy. LAS VLG8, NLW MiOXICO. "YJcCAI-Fi.J-.Y A GEIIEK'IT, ames Geherty, Ed. M Caffrey. PLASTERERS AKD BUILDERS V ill attend to all contracta promi tly both ia city and c iiunry. Give us a call and try our woi k. LAS VI-GAS, . . nkw MEXICO eh7skipwith, Physician & Surgeon, 0 Ue over Herbert's Drug Storo on he Plaza. HO PPEEÍB03 Dealers In Staple and Fancy Groceries, CLOTHING, BOOTS A SHOES, Produce a Spt-ciulty. Orders Illled on sUort b tice. Proprietors ot the Delmonicó Eestaurant East Las Vesas, N. M. C. F. MASTSOFF, . Contractor and Builder Las Vegas, Santa Fe, Albuquerque, and San Marcial. W. 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 Ls Vegan, New Meiieo. 179-d. Manufacturer of MEXICAN JEWELRY fiAS VEGAS, - . - X. A! In Romero Bnildins, East Side of the Plaa. W. Steele, JUSTICE; OP THE PEACE lor Precinct Ni. ta, East Lu YofruY. iteiil Estite, Collect tnir Agent aatt ConteT neer. Deeds, Mortgages and Justices' DUnki lor ale. Oilicc on the liiil lctwcen the old sad sew owns. B It F. w n a Y S A L 0 0 N. ALBERT &, KEKBER, Proprietor?. Opposite Jaffa Bros., East Side, '"'resh ISot'i- always on Draught. Aim) Fine Cigars and Whisker. Lunch Counter in (.'an. " nection HOWISON Sl FABIAN, General Camm'n Merchants AN.) SALESMEN Edit iM'.ee lOas! side it. 14. Ave., opposite Itrowne A Manzanares. INO. F. BQo'TvVlCK.. P. O, LYD0M BOSTWICK & LYDON Attornoys-at-I mw. OIRee at Exchange: lloirl HuiUtiug. Las Veoas, N. M. OTERO & JEAGER, Dealers in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Corn, Hay and Forag-e. I.liiroln, 4'ounty. Ne Mfxlto. Alex. McLean. Hubt. McLean. Jos. McLean. McLean Bros., Contractors and Builders. All kind of Mason Work. Fiu Plastcriug a Specialty. Contracts taken in auy Part of the Territory. Las Vegas, 3í. M. ALFRED 13. SAOER, ATTORNEY A.'J.' Dold's Bulldln. BIBLES ! BIBLES! BIBLES! Of every kind and style, at Rer. O. W. Cat foo's. English and Spanish, or In any other language, for le eheup or (Hven away. M. MATTHIESOK, District Superintendent It. B. S. tor Ktvr Mwidee aod Arliott.