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VEGA
GAZETTE,
VOL. ü.
IVB VEGAS, jST. M., THURSDAY, DECE3kBER 0, 1880.
is:o. 125
LAS
MARWEDE, IHLOER & CO.
Dealer In
IIAEDWAEE
Woodenware,
STOVES I TINWARE
AND
ouscFuvnishing Goods
Rosen wal l's Block, on Plaz",
L3 VEGAS; - - NEW MEXICO.
A. Desmonts,
HOUSE AND SIGN
I A I 2í T E Ií.
Krcxicne, rainino, ciilsoiniüixjr,
pnprr hunsíin, de Lita ve orders
will; M. lleisc on t he pluza.
Reliable Insurance
LlV EltPOOL AND LONDON AND
GLOBE.
HOME, OF NEW YORK.
frUMUNGFiELD FlItE AND MA
RINE, MASS.
)! AMIiUlUJ-M A DK13UWG, HAM
BURG, GERMANY.
l. II. B i!OW MiG,
AGENT.
orncE is new town.
Coffins, Gaskets,
And Undertaking Goods ol nil Kinds Kept
Constantly on Hand.
3T1 IXyVUNT It OQI3I3N,
LAS VEGAS, N. M.
All Orders Promptly Tilled-
J. N. FURLONG,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
al:ery in tlie Hear ot the Exchange
Hotel, West Las Vegas.
KICHAED IDUJSTlsr,
mVAMX PUBLIC,
N. J. PETTIjOHN M. D .
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
Hot Springs and Las Vegas,
chronic Diseases and Diseases of Fámulos a
specialty
l!i)'l SIMtlN'US - - t 12 A. M.
l.AS VEGAS Central Drugstore, 2 to UP. M
OTERO Y JEA6ER,
Tralleanles cn
Mirrors, Provisiones,
.ii'tilf. cp... nor i' oteros. !
O-TJ A.JD A.Xj A.J"
( ontlailo lc Lincoln, New .Mexico.
J. FRANCO Oil A VES,
Ai Ion 1 v y ai Law
I,,U i.lilll.i.TE. - - - - NEW MEXICO
M. ALAZAR.
a ro n xk y-A r- la tr,
LasVegas
New Mexk o
Administrator's Notice
NHiee la herebv isi'vn lh.it the lion Probad
i o.'i l in mid lor tin' enmity ni San M Iftiel, uní
Tcvnioiy ol New Mexico, lint unpointed tlie un
ilcr l)?iid udinini-tnnói' I tlie estate ol Prank
i let i tim ii , 'In-eased. All persons indebted In
n.,i l estate will make immediate settlement;
ami all prrsnns li.ivinji claim niaint mild tv.
tale will present them within twelve montas.
M. BRl'SVt ICK,
t..'i-ly Ailmininlrulor.
Las Vegas. X. M ., Keli. Till. Issn.
ron nam:.
A llrst-cluss stock ranch lit Canoncito, near
Hi f Conchos. Good wnt"r laeilitles, (rood
house with six fooma, stable, rood well, i"'c.
A food title will oe given. For part culars
ominiio nf OO-lm MUS. Y KOII .
To I Itrldicc aii the Rio Grnilr.
The bridtft built by the "Rurnnltllo Rrtdico
Company" across the Hin Grande opposite the
inwn ol ncrnalillo Is now open for the public
liavrl Folio wine arc therátes ol toll established
b the company, viz :
People on loot, for each $ .05
IVnp.e on hnrsehark, lor each IS
Heavy wagons, loaded, for each 1.00
Heavy wagon, not loaded, for each 75
Light vfairous lou'led. for each 7ft
Light wsgons, not I laded, for etch........ ..Vi
Small stork per head .03
I.ai e stork, per head Oft
Miiall stork, per head, from 50 to 100 head,
i nch 02
Sni ill stork . from 10't to fion head, each ol
Sin d I slock, from Mm to I. OnO head, each, i
Sm i'.l tock ir ra 1,00i) head upwards ,V
Wnuons, carts, and wood, going and re-
.iifnlnff, with two anima1, 20
'I liu above, with four animals 40
S, M. fKWCA, J'reildent.
TELEGRAPHIC
A Majority of the Leading
Congressmen Favír the
Pa ii u in a Canal.
A New Constitutional 'Amend,
in cut Concerning the
Election of President
Ottered.
linitnl Murder in Minnesota
Two Policemen Settle
a Difficulty.
Over $5,000,000 Subscribed In
America to DrLe sep's
Canal.
SENATE.
Mr. Morgan introduced a resolu
tion for the constii ni ional amend
ment an t ho rizi nr congress lo estab
lish ihe rules for all matters concern
ing the electoral vote and de'daring
the result of the election for president
and tor the government of congress,
such laws not to he changed or re
pealed wiihin a year before anclection
occurs in a siatc.
Private bills were considered and
thent e senate went i,n to executive
session.
When the doors were opened. Ran
dolph gave notice of the follow
ing amendment in Ihe natureof a sub
stitute to the bill fur the relief of Fitz
John Porter: Be it enacted that it i
hereby authorized in his discretion
to reinstate to the army Fitz John
Porter, who was dismissed by sen
tance of the court martial on January
17ih 1863. provided, .iowever, thai
such reinstatement shall (rive no high
er rauk thau colonel. And further
be it provided that said Porter shall
receive no pay compensation or al
lowance for time intervening be
tweeu his dismissal and his reinstate
ment. Adjourned.
HOU.E.
F. Wood agreed to postpone the
funding bill until the pending debate
on the electorial question is conclud
ed. Conger sarcasticaPy said that
Wood should not allow important
public business to be interfered with
by a political discussi m.
Wood moved to despense with the
morning hour. Defeated-
The committee reports were called
for but nothing of importance was re
ported McCook in'roduced a joint resolu
tion authorizing the president to
place U. S. Grant on the retired nrmv
list with the rank and pay of general
as a recognition of services. Refer
red.
Loiiisv lle, Ky., Dec. 8. This after
noon a teuihle ami fatal aff.iir occur
red between two well known police
officers iu which officer John Brophy
was iuslanilv killed by officer Tom
Casey. The two officers were walk
ing different heals in ihe locality of
Nu'-hvil i rai'.r..ad shops and about
the time named met at a little shanty
on the railroad crossing on Kennedy
si reel between NímiIi audTeulh, The
two officers not heiuo on very friend
ly terms soon quarreled. Casey drew
his knife and at the same t'nne Bro
phy trot his pistol and fired, the ball
st rik i ii Casey near the right should
er, but whether the shot was II red
before Casiy had cm Brophy is un
ceriain. Both a tacks were near the
same instant. Casy j .bbi.'d his knifr
deep into Brrphv's bowels just over
the right hip. Urophy did not fall at
once but striking Casey knocked him
down "and jumped on him. Casey
then reached around his aniagouis.
and attempted to slnb him ill 'he
back but before he could succeed by
standers had secured his knife and
dragged the iwo men apart. After
being pulled off of Oiiey Brophy said
"I am cut. cut bad," and turning on
his side on an i sh pile in a milter lie
died. Casey was uikcn to his home
immediately. Brophy was picked up
and taken to a room across from
where the tragedy occurred. The
physicians say Casey has some chauce
of recovery. Both men were esteemed
members bf the polico force.
Chicago, Dec. 8. The railroad and
warehouse cointnissioukr's report
makes a showing of astonishing pros
perity in t he railroad business during
1880. Returns complete from all ex
cel)! the Baltimore & Ohio and the
'&t. Louis & Scdalia railroads show
that the forty-six roads doing business
in the state have earned during the
year endiug Juu'j 30, $130 000.000 aud
the expenses were $73.000,000, mak
iug the net income $66,000,000. The
passenger business paid thirty-four
millions and freight one hundred and
five millions. There were 217 per
sons killed aud 706 injured by the
roads. The highest gross earnings of
uuy previous year was iu 1879, when
they were one hundred and ten mil
lion dollars, aud iu the same year the
net earnings were forty seven millions
Six of the roads carried over nine
millioH passengers in 1880.
New" York, Dec. 8- Kcnuan's Fi
nancial Bureau have received
the followiu dispatch from Wash
ington : The majority of the leading
members of congress arc favorably
disposed toward the Panama Canal.
They say it is to their iuterest to as
sist a d promote the progress of it
Secretary Evarts u also favorably im
press! dwilh the present scheme, and
says that which was urged against
Ihe former scheun', that of not allows
ing any foreign power to have foot
hold upon the continent, has been
done away with, as the pres'-ut canal
company is a private corporation.
Other officials state that it will be
of very r at advantage to the com
merce of the United Statos.
Madeua, Minu , Dec. 8. Th news
of tlie brutal murder of O. Hendrick
on iu Tad', county, twelve miles
from here, on Sunday forenoon bam
been to-(ky received. He started
deer hunting with his brother and
i hey parted company in tlie woods two
miles from home. Iu half an hour
three shots were heard and when the
brother reached the spot he found
Orlis dead and the body with ihrec
rifle balls iu it. There w is also a
knife plunged to the hilt through the
body in various places. The brother
followed the trailol'theniurdeicra for
six miles aud theu lost it. The cause
of the murder is unknown.
Columbia, S. C, Dec, 8 In New
berry county iu this state a shocking
tragedy occured on Monday. John
Lyles married a Miss Thi in as oi
Union county. Several years ago she
died and lie married her younger sis
ter who died within a year alter their
marriage. Lyles theu married a Miss
Giduan of Newberry. Jaincs Thomas
the father of the first two wives, mci
Llesat Newbbery where a dispute
arose about propepty and Thoniais
killed I yles but before he fell he shot
Thomas aud his son. Young Thomas
died yesterday.
St. Louis, Dec. 8. There is a light
between conflicting interests iu the
ot. Louis 'limes matter. Jt came up
iu court to-day where a receiver was
asked to prevent Mr. Cardiff from
swamping and winding up the paper,
as complainant alleges he intends to
do. There is a mortgage of $50,000
upon tlie property, with default in in
terest. In the meantime the owners
of the building from which the paper
is published are trying to force the
managers out of it, relusi to renew
iheir lease.
Chicago, Dec. 8. The town of Gil
sou, III., is horrified over the discov
ery of the remains of au uukuowu
man, iu a field near that town, with
a bullet hole over his heart and a re
volver lying by his side, one chamber
of which was empty. When found
the hogs were devouring the body,
iiaviug already eaten the flesh from
ofl his face aud hands. The verdict
of the coroner's jury was suicide but
ihcrt! are indications ol murder. The
mail was well dressed and about 30
j ears old.
New Orleans, Dec. 8. The public
health association of America con
vened this morning. It was reo. ved
to send to stato boards of health
throughout the country cepies of ihe
experts' reports on the prevention of
vnereal diseases and request co-operation.
The purpose is to iniike the
eommunicatiou of such diseases a
criminal offense.
Chicago, Dec. 8. Some heavy cat
tle were received here yesterday. A
drove of one huudred aud seventy
five fancy Christmas caitlc averaging
about 2,000 pounds and coining from
Elkhart, Illinois, sold at 6-65 and to
day sales were made t:s high as 6-70
for similar stock.
St.Jwhu, , B.. Dec. 8. A des
patch has been jtM received from St.
George Bay announcing the lo-s of a
lar-c timber laden barque bound for
cape Anguilli?. The hainc is no glv
eu. The captain, mate and one sea
man were saved, but were terribh
frozen. Several dead bodies were al
so found.
Galves'on, Dex. 8. The San An
lon:o jVews says that Gen. Orl upon
notification of his retirement from
his command in Texas, vacated the
office at headquarters aud ordered as
sistant adjutant general Vincent to
report to Gen. Sneridau.
Xew York, December 8. The
American subscription to DeLcsseps,
Panama canal project thus far
amounts to $5,300,000. The subscrip
tion to-morrow is expected to exceed
this.
Chicago, Dec. 8. The Journal's
Xew York pecial says the people are
si ill anxious over the Victoria, now
twenty-four days out from Loudon
and not heard from.
Atlanta, (.'a , Dee. 8. Tho presi
dential electors of Ihe state of Geor
gia to-day cast llvi vote of the state
for Hancock and English.
Montreal, Dec. 8. Counterfeit ten
dollars of the American treasury
notes arc in circulation througlit the
count! y.
"Xew York, Dec.-8. The Chicago
club was again awarded the base ball
championship.
Local Items.
Beautiful moonlight nights.
Rev. Mr. Murphy is quite sick
from an asthmatic trouble.
Don't forjrrt the benefit of the
Orchestra boys to-night.
If Santa Fe can afford to incorpo
rate why cannot Las Vegas ?
Large station houses arc being
built at Glorieta and Galcslco.
The train from the south was on
time ami that from the north four
hours late.
Make it a poiut to be present f.t
the incorporation meeting at Baca
Mall to-morrow night.
Con Cogrove. the obliging mail
cón tract or, has gone east on a busi
ness and pleasure trip.
S.II. Lucas Sc Co., of Sauta Fe.are
briuging on an immense stock of jew
elry for the holiday trade.
A meeting of the county commis
sioners of Sau Miguel county will
he held next Monday t close all out
standing business.
Yesterday was auolher perfect
day. The Indian summer that has
been delayed somewhere now seen to
have come to stay.
The letter from Gut yuias by our
own correspondcnt.published in yesier
day's issue, of the Gazettk, furnished
the general topic of conversation on
the streets yesterday.
We have received a ve-y hopeful
letter from Capt. Jack Crawford
stating that his party of twenty-five
men will soon report at Ft Craig and
will immediate!' establish a camp aud
begin prospecting.
Andres Dold will soon zoinineuce
the erection of a new building on the
block opposite the new hotel site It
will be thirty-two feet deep and two
stories high. The front will be com
posed of iron aud brick. Tlie design
is now in ihe hands of the architect
W I ice lock.
Mers. Slrinjiham, Hollid-iy, Pres
entí and other gentlemen of Topeka,
Kansas, purchased eight hum' red
acres of ground near White ' aks, end
are laying out a town. If lias been
suggest ed that it be christened New
Topeka.
Glorieta, if properly arranged,
would-certainly be one of the pleas
antes summer re-orts for eastern
tourists, thai can b; found anywhere
iu the wet. It is elevated, well tim
bered and possesses all the attractions
req tired by those seckihg rest and
romance.
We call attention to a very iutrr
esting artille on fie good work that
is being dono toward securing school
lands in this territory by Delegate M.
S Otero. It will he found on the
hiid page, where by 'tlie way, will be
found every day interesting reading
matter.
The Las Vegas Orchestra t-hould
receive a liberal patronage, and their
benefit to-night should be largely at
tended. The concert will be enjoyed
by all who a'tend, as the programme
i an attractive one
WANTED.
TASTED At the National Hotel two first
class waiter girls.
ASTED--A situation as clerk. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. Apply at ihi.i ónice.
bS-tf.
vv
AS I ED A gill to do general housework.
Apply for information at tliiHoili". ii7:if
FOR SALE.
FOR ALUDry cows and calves. Also
sheep. Addiea.iu. W. lewis, Alimone -
que, N . M.
ITOR 8 W-E One horse, one buggy, single
' harness, thiee sets double harness, two
saddles, one milch cow A. DoLD-
nol!8-lw
I70R SALE. Torce first-class tots in the new
town, on the hill adjoining the residence of
I . W . Love on the south Hast Location in the
citv. Apply to A. J. Houghton. 8.1tf.
Xiioit SALE. A good saddle horse, by Mrs
J DcBinarais.
I I ME FOR SALE. By Moore Hun-, at the
. Hot Springs. Leave orders atllerbert &
O'o'sdrug sure, on the pla.a
1710U SALE. -100 h-nd of cuttle. For further
" intoi unilloi- apply to lnll'n 15ros. , Las e
,'as, .ind A. Selson & Co., Anton Chico, S. M.
TVII! SALE--A good sixteen horse power
steam engine, all in ru nine order and
large etioiiuh to run a Hour mill. Any person
'le-lringtn see it running can do so miiv (Ihv at
mv planing mill at Las Vegas. Apph " for
H'lllis t JOHN R. AGOTEN.
tttll-tl
R ACA HALL FOR KENT. Tho proprietor
wishing to remove his residence will rent
Kara Hall for the coming season, or Mill sell it
fie a reasonable price. The nail 1 the be-t In
the Territ,or and is provided with a stage and
com, lete scenery Address,
AMOMO JOSE HACA
Las Vegas, N . M.
ATT' NTIOX.
Stonm Siiw Mill For Snle,
rhU mill is about llfteen m les from Las Veg
as, is sitiiiited Iu a locality where timber i s
abundant: the entine is twctuv-four horse
loweraml in lir-t-cl is running order. There
Is one extra -aw seventeen yok of g od catt;e.
lour log wagons, as romi as new; complete
blacksmith shop and all extras suitable for the
successful operation f his mill. ill be sold
lor less Mian its toil va ue. terms null
ea-e; balance on e sh terms For further in-
lormation apply to, or addaess,
T. ROMERO A OS.
118-tf. Las Vegas, X. M.
Notice
All pei sons lound trespa-stng by herdingshcep
or cattle "it Ule Creek vt itliln boundaries 1 t,e
mouth 01 su id creek and for a distance of six
teen miles on both sides swid ereek, and also ol
Canadian (or Red) River from the boundary
me withe Kara location So 2 tola distance on
sixteen miles on both slues down said river, will
be prosecuted according to law.
Vo. .'(1 V .SON WADDINUHAM
Notice lo Contractors.
Sealed bids will bo received nn to8 o'clock p.
m., December !)th, issn, by the Las Vegas Ho.
tel nid imorovement Co for the buildi gof the
suierstructiireol"the. American Hotel, to be
three stoi-ies. high, built of brick. Plans and
stieeilientions can be seen at the nflice of Ihe
architect Chas. Wheelock. All bids to be ad
dressed t'i Ceo .1. Dinkel. secretary. L'S Ve
gas, S. M. The right is leserved to reject any
or all bids, I!v order of the board of directors.
CII.VS. RLANCHAIil), Pre-.
Las Vegas M. Vnromher I til 1S8 i Ids
HOPPEE BBOS
Dealers in
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
CLOTHIXU, ROOTS S SHOES.
Produce a Specialty. Orders filled on short no
tice. Proprietors ol the
Delmonico Restaurant-
East Las Vesas, S. M.
THE SILVEK BUTTES
DEYflfUT
SANTA FE, - . . MEXICO
J MICS A EICKETT. I're.ideiit,
,.IT, J- P- SPRINGER, Sir erinf.cndeiit,
ELLIOTT CROSSOS, Tre . surer,
II. A. MONFORT, Secretary.
HVItEAV OF MIX ISQ IXt'OltMATIOX
Aliare cordially invited to visit our oflVc
and inspec the mineral of bo Territory.
Mining pr iperty bought and sold.
WILLIAM BORDEN
Dealer In
HAKDWAEE
STOVES, PUMPS
AND
SHE EI T1 YKS
llooflnti and Spouting a Sprclnlty.
ALBUQUERQUE,
XEW MEXICO.
Receiving Goods every dar, nnd a car-load
of stovco en routu from tho largest range to
to smalleit cook ttova.
JOHN V. noSTWICK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
O nice at Exchange Hotel lluilding,
LAS VEGAS, - - XEW MEXICO.
JJEXHY SP1UXGKK,
PROPRIETOR OF
THE MINT,
Fine Liquors and Cigars a Specialty. Mon
arch Milliard Tables and Private Club Kooms.
Southwest Corner of the Plaza,
ALBUQUERQUE, - - XEW MEXICO.
LAS VEGAS COLLEGE.
Special Class in
SPANISH,
FROM 5:30 TO 8:30 P. M.
APPLY AT THE COLLEGE.
JOR SALE,
WOOD! WOOD! WOOD!
100 cords or wod at $1 .SO per load . For fur
ther Information, apply at this oiliec. Oeorge
Ross, ageut.
COAL! COAL! COAL!
Delivered at $7 per ton. Leave orders at
Lockhart& Co's hardware store, or at their
planiug mill oilice. George Ross, ageut.
L
II. ELLIS.
SIGX AXD ORNAMENTAL
PAINTER.
We get up Signs on the shortest notice and in
the latest style, both plain and fancy.
LAS VEGAS, XEW MEXICO.
yjcCAKFKEY Sí GEIIERTY,
lames Gehcrty, Ed. McCaffrey.
PLASTERERS AND BUILDERS
Will attend to all contracts promptly both in
city ami country. Give ns a call and
try onr work.
LAS VEGAS, - - XEW MEXICO.
E. II. SKIPWITH,
Physician & Surgeon,
Oilice over Herbert's Drug Store oa
the Plaza.
C. F. MASTSOFF,
Contractor and Builder
Las Vegas, Santa Fe"", Albuquerque, and
S n 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 Las Vegas, Xew Mexico.
179-d.
T CT..Ir 3NJ. XiUCERO,
Manufacturer of
MEXICAN JEWELRY
LAS VEGAS, - - - N. M
In Romero Building, East Sideof the Plar.a.
W. Steele,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE for Precinct So.
U, East Las V ega.
Real Estate, Collecting Agent and Conver
oieer. Deeds, Mortgages and Justices' Ulauks lr
i ale.
Oiliec on the hill between Ihe old and ifir
towns.
DUE W E II Y S A L 0 0 It.
ALBERT &. HERBER, Proprietor.
Opposite Jaffa Bros., East Sid.
Fresh Beer always on Draught. Alta
Fine Cigars and Whiskey.
Luuch Counter in Con
nection H OWISON & FABIAN
General Comm'n Merchants
A St) SALESMEX FOR
E3 AlSTEEU ZE3TT7S "33 3 ,
OIV.ce East side It. R. Ave., opposite Brown A
Manzanares.
OTERO & J EAGER,
Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Corn, Hay and Forage.
Lincoln, County, Ken Mexico.
Alex. McLean. Robt. McLean. Jos. Mcl.esn.
McLean Bros.,
Contractors and Builders.'
All kinds of Masou Work. Fiut
Plastering; a Specialty. Contracts
takcu iu any Part of lie Territory.
Las Vegas, N. M.
ALFRED B. SAGKR,
ATTOENEY A.'J.'
DolcTsBulIdln.
LAS VEGAS. - - - N. M
BIBLES! BIBLES! BIBLES!
Of every Kind and style, at Iter D. XT. Cal
fee's. English and Spanish, or in any other
language, for Me cheap or given away.
M. MATTHIESOH,
Diitrlct fliiperintendrat It. B. S. lor New
Mexico ana Art ton.

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