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IlS VEGAS, N". M., STAUEDAY, DECEMBER VyC 1880.
VOL.2.
LAS
GAZETTE.
MARWEDE, IHLOER &. CO.
Healers in
IIAKDWAEE
Waodenware,
STOVES i. TINWARE
AND
- -
llowseFuriiisliing G ood.s
Roseuwul l's Block, nn l'laz,
LS VECJAS: - - NEW MEXICO.
WILLIAM BORDERS
Dealer iu
HAEDWAEE
STOVUS. PUMPS
AND
SHEEP T1.VKS
Hoofing ami Spouting a Specialty.
A LBUQUE RQUE,
NEW MEXICO.
Receiving Goods every dav, and a car-load
of stoves on route fro;ii the largest range to
the smallest cook stove.
THE SILVER BUTTES
COM3?A KTY
SANTA EE, - NEAV MEXICO
.1 AMES A FICKETT, Prc-ident,
.1. P. SPRINGER, Sin erintendent,
ELLIOTT (It SSDN, Treasurer,
II. A. MONFOBT, Secretary.
JIVUFA V OF M1XIXC, IXFORMAT10X
All nr cordially invited to visit our ofli c
ami ins pec the mineral of die Territory.
Mining property bought ami sulil.
A. Desmonts,
HOUSE AND SIGN
P A 1 M T E it.
Krescoe, graining, calsoinming,
paper hanging, tic Leave orders
Willi M. Ileiso on llic plaza.
Reliable Insurance
UVKUI'OOL AND LONDON AND
GLOBE.
HOME, OF NEW YOUK.
SIMIIXUFIELI) FI HE AND MA
IM NE, MASS.
HAM BUUG-M A' DEBUUG, HAM
BUBO, (iEll.M ANY.
V. II. Bit OWNING,
AGENT.
OFFICE IS Sr. XV TOWS.
Coffins, Gaskets,
Ami Lmleriaklng Goods ot nil Kinds Kept
Constantly on Hand.
XT1 ZTL.VCT X OGDILN,
LAS VEGAS, N. u.
. A : 1 Ordern Promptly lulled-
jnTfurlong,
PHOTOGRAPHER.
Gallery iu the Hear ot the Exchange
Hotel, West Las Vegas.
OTERO Y JEAGER,
Truncantes en
.biriv)ts, Provisiones,
Zacate, He., )or Fleteros.
GITAD A.-JZA.,
roinliitlo le Lincoln, New Mexico.
N. J. PETTIJOHN M. d .
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
Hot Springs nnd Las Vegas.,
i h ionic Diseases and Disease of Females a
specialty
HOI SPRINGS - 8 to 12 A.M.
LAS VEGAS-Coptral prg Slurt, 't to P, M.
fllllG & DEVELOPMEMET
TELEGRAPHIC
California Saved to the Dem
ounts by the Unfairness
of the Secretary of
State.
The Chicago Times Favors a
Military overimieiit
for Utah.
A Standard of l-GIcinecy to
Established for Cadets
in the Revenue Ser
vice. be
An Explosion in au Btnglish
Coal Aline Buries Eighty
Alen.
HOU E.
Washington,!). (J., December 10.
Ilubl'L'il, from tin; appropriation
coinniillce, reported a . pension bill.
Ii was ordered primed and recm
milled. It appropriates $4,840.000
tor the army, $1,110,000 for the, navy,
250,000 for surge-Mis aud $25,000 tor
salaries.
Herbert, of Alabama, from theju
dieiary committee reported a bnuk
bill allowing marshals and deputies
i o take bonds iu eertaiu cases referred
to.
New York, December 10. The
World's special Ottawa, Otnario dis
patch says Sir Johu McDonald's ma
jority in Parliament is what the com
missioner called a steady factor nnd
he can always count upon its support
but Ontario, by tar the richest and
most important province iu the eon
federation is alarmed at the prospect
before it. The leadiuing spirits iu
the syndicate are George Stephen and
Donald A. Smith. The former is
president of the bank of 'Mont real
and the latter ex-Governor of the
Hudson Hay Company, and owner of
the St. Paul & Minneapolis railroad.
These gcntlemeu through Mclntyre,
anotlu r m inber of the syndicate, also
control the Canada Central .rail way,
which is the highway between Lake
Michigan and Montreal. This road
has a charter lor ami extension to
.Sault St, Mario which will oon be
connected with the Northern Pacific
and St. Paul & Manitoba roads and
i lie Ontario people who are not rep
resented in the syndicate tear thut
Stephen and Smith will carry the
trade of the uorih-west, over their
American & Cunada Central connec
tions direct to Montreal and build up
eastern at the expense of western
Canada. Ontario is paying three
filths of the entire revenue of the do
minion and is strong .euough to break
op Sir John's arrangements a'ld will
do so beyond doubt unless ho can ex
tort from the syndicate satisfactory
guarantees that they will not use
their own roads to the disadvantage
of (he province. Sir John's is a des
perate game but he isa desperate
player uno Iim liberal opponents are
weak and demoralized.
Washington. Dec. 10. A circular
lias been i .sued by the Secretary of
the Treasury c niainiug regulations
governing the admission of cadets
into the revenue marine service. The
eircu'ar stales ilmt a certain standard
of proficiency will he fixed and if
candidates fall below such standard
i hey will be ''ejected. They may,
however, receive a second exnmina
ti n, at next annual meeting of board
of examiners. A failure on second
--xaininiition will result in filial reject
ion of cand date. While applicants
hs a rule will be accorded not more
than two examinations, exceptions
may he made granting third examin
ation in particular eases. Where
candidates have passed two examina
tions successfully they will be ap
pointed fur a probationary period of
j two years, during which they will be
j required to pursue prescribed course
of stiidv and perform such duties on
board ship or elsewhere in service as
may be required of them. At i lie end
nf two years they will, if their pro
balionary service be satisfactory, be
examined for promotion to grade 3d
lieutenant iu revenue marine.
Chicago, Dec. 10. The Timet re
ferring to the President's recomnien
datlon concerning Utah thinks neith
er provisional government nor dis
franchisement ot polygamists a practi-
cable remedy, but fays: "'It U a o,ucs- I
t ion whether it would not be betterniPUt
to establish a military govcrnmen at
once and administer the affairs of the
territory directly by uatioual author
ity, until p. ilygainy has beeu rooted
out and material lor a stutc, founded
on the principles of republican insti
tutions, has been introduced. No
half-way measures are likely to suc
ceed aud no putteirug with the sub
ject is desirable. Utah is st i 1 in the
hands oi the federal government and
t should take the most effective meaus
ot preparing it for its destiued place
in the uuiou of states."
Chicago, Dec. 10. The Inter Ocean
Washington special: Wade llampiou
writes that he will not bo iu Wash
ington until after the holidays. Ou
account of the absence of fifteen uu
paired democrats the party canuot
elect their bouse officers at present.
The President had a long talk with
(en Howard, iu the course of which
he admitted that he had called him to
Washington to make him emu under
at West Point, b.t He had beeu dis
suaded from doing it by Gen. Sher
man and Sec'y Evarts, no' on account
of any personal opposition to him
but because they held that the chantre
would be too violent in view ot
Howard's well known variance in
whai he regards as a corred policí
as contrasted with Schotield's admin
istration. He promised, however,
he should have some good place in
the east as soon as he could settle up
his aflairs in Oregon.
New York, December 10. The
Times says the strict eonstructio .istB
of the democratic faith will be ap
palled to learn that the republican
s cretary of state in California has
discovered that the returns for
presidential electors from thrcp coun
ties were fatally defective, lie tele
graphed to the local officers and ad
vised them to seud amended return.
Clearly this was not his official duty
and he should have proceeded with
the canvass which he is required by
law to make and to ha ;e left the fatal
defects to be discovered by others but
this official's action, irregular though
it was, saved the votes of the three
conidios and changed tho result of
the state. Democratic construction
ist like (larcelon, for example, will
denounce the course of the California
republican secretary of state as extra
constitutional. It will assuuge, their
wrath however to learn that those
counties whose votes so narrowly es
caped being nullified are democratic,
and that in consequence of their re
turns being altered Hancock secured
five votes.
New York, Dec. 10 There was an
interested crowd of politicians about
the City Hall to attend the alderman
ic meeting. It was belived that the
anti-Tammanv members had agreed
with ihe republicans to confirm May
ar Cooper's nominations. There was
along debate on a proposition by a
Republican alderman to confirm the
appointment of Allen Campbell as
Comptroller in place of John Kelly.
Tammany desired to retci the nomi
nation to a committee but was beaten
by a vote of 12 to 9. Tho discussion
continued as to confirmation.
Galveston, Texns,Uee. 10 A New's
special from Jacksb'To says that six
men ro ,e up to the store of Purcell
Bra's., at Post Call, a small town 12
miles north of Jacksboro, yesterday,
and after bnving goods to the amount
of about $200, invited Abner Purcell
on side and upon his complying he
was shot and instantly killp. Re
entering the store thev shot nnd fa
tally wounded John Purcell nnd then
left. A posse of citizens arc in pur
suit. London, Dee. 10. An cxploeiow oc
curred in the Pennvgrieg colliery at
about 2 o'clock this morning. The
shock was so violent that it wns fe't
for miles nronnd nnd the damage is
so great that explorers have not been
able to descend into the min One
shaft is entirelj choked up. Four
miners were saved, but there is not
the fdiirhtrs hope ot saving the re
maining eisrhtymen still in the mine,
besides 18 head ot horses.
New York. Dec. 10. The following
named appointed officials appeared nt
the mavor's office early this evening
and took tho oath of office, respect
ively : Comptroller. Allen Campbell;
Commissioner of public .vork. Her
bert O. Thoir,son; Police justice,
Solou B. Smith, Maurice J Powers
nnJ Hugh Mnrdner. Commissioner
Thompson filed his boudi with Thos.
Butler gud Justice Murray as bou
New Orleans, Dec. 10. The "Quar
antine Convention unanimously re
solved that ils general government
defray all the organization expenses
of quarantine which extends beyond
the boundaries of singlo states, aud
they ask for appropriations from con
gress Adjourned to meet next De
cember. Iu ttjfi American Health As
sociation Dr. Ileury Gibbons was ap
pointed the California meinbcof ad
visory commit lee.
RichmondTVa.,Dec.lO.-The Grand
Jury iu the federal court iudictcd
three election judges at Manchester,
Va., for 'refusing to take votes be
cause they Jfleged that the computa,
tion tax wftUllegally issued from I he
state auditor's office.
San Francisco, Dec. 10. The habe
as corpus case of Kalloch was contin
ued until to-m rrow. The court
took no action in the matlr of alleged
contempt of court in the case of the
Mexican General Btiot. for resisting
the sheriff.
Madrid, Dec. 10 --The Imperial
says that Spain ouht to conclude a
trea'v with the United Stales and it
t e United Stales will icdiiee the du
ty on Cuban sainar and Spani-h fruit
Spain will reduce the duty on Ameri
can cereals uid fl.iur.
New York. D c 10 -The Bulletin
says that, the raising of the rale of in
terest by the Bink of Eagland is
warning that no further large
amount of gold will conic to Ameri
ca from London with the consent of
the hank.
. Chicago, Dec 10. A Daily Netos'
special from Sherbrooke, Que., says
thai Wm. Gray was hanged there
i his morning fir the murder of Thos.
Mulligan He died protesting his in
nocence of the crime.
Philadelphia. Dec. 10. The. Phila.
national council of the Union League
held their annual meeting here to-day.
Gen. J. S. Negley, f Pitts'mrg. was
elected President, the other officers
being re-elected.
Bryan, Texas, Dec. 10 On the farm
of Col. John Morris, on the Brazo
river, Henry William's wife and child
have died since Sunday hist from eat
ing poisoned beef. Four others of
i he family are sick.
Chicago, Dee. 10.-Wheat nil d
lower at closing, being quoted at 102.
Whisky one cent lower, closing price
112.
Lawrence, Mass., December 10.
Captain Timothy Dorsey, a u ted
Fenian leader, died this afternoon.
Washington, Dec. 10 The house
committee agreed on a pension bill
ap p r o p r i a t i n g $50,000,000 .
New York, Dec. 10 Despite the
cool weather the thermomeler is seven
degrees above zero.
Berlin. Dec. 10. The Impctial Bank
of Germany shows a decrease in spe
cie of 150,000 marks.
New York, Dec. 10. The "Europe"
brought two million f ancs.
Jrmez Hot Springs.
It is announced that Hon. M.
A. Otero has purchased a third inter
est in the Jemez Hot Springs, thirty
miles from Bernalillo, for $15,000.
Theee springs arc rated as among the
best, medicinal springs in the world
and an analysis recently made shows
them to be as good if not better than
our own springs. The oilier owners
are Delegate M. S. Otero and Col.
FraueNco Perea of Bernalillo. A
large hotel w'l h all the modern im
provements will bo creeled, and alo
a large bath lulus'1. Money will be
freely expended 10 make it an attract
ive resort and printer's ink lavishly
used to bring it into favorable Lotice.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
St. Nicholas Hotel.
C. W. Con well, White Oaks; II A True ami
wife, Colorado Springs; Cu s L- itry, Cot. on
wood F It Sulietticr.San Luis, Cal.
National Hotel.
las E Blantoiij John McEwen, Hot Springs)
Mri. O'Onnell, Hot f-livings ; Ed Lorr, San
Antonio, Tex i Jack Bet1 , C rs.cauia, Texu;
EH Winking, Apache Ml es. N M; J Welch,
X-wYornj Chas E. Bent,, Crlisle, Pa . ; J
P. Mel.ck. Pa.
Oyster 8 Hip i 1 iJniy1
o-uight
"1 nave no patience widi a young
man who c.m't remember a thing no
longer than u'h being fold him," ex
chinned Joium, inipatieiitly : ''Nuv I
can carry a Ihinir iu my mind a moni h,
if need be." 'You're a lucky dog,"
Jones'', remarked Pcudergraet, quiet
ly ; it isu't everybody that lias ko much
room iu liia mind as you have, you
know,"
We are pained to learn that Mr.jJ1
Charles S. G.eed. the talented audi ,j
gentlemanly advertising agent of the
Santa Fe road, is dangerously sick at
his mother's house iu Lawrence Ks.
We hope to heir of his recovery
before long.
F R. Shctller arrived from
San Luis park yesterday. He will go to
the While Oaks to-day to in ves igate
i he miues there. He is the owner of
a twenty stamp mi 1 which he will
novo to the White Oaks.
Judge L. Bradford Prince return
ed home yesterday from a lengthy
vi.-it east,
Eugene Riley of tbn San Miguel
limit- tt.irlD Cur St T.i. ilia trt.fTot
trip to Mora county.
James Leavitt started cast yester
to visit friends.
WANTED.
AIT ANTED SO enrpentors to work on the
tV Palace Hotel. Pantn Fe, . M. Apply
at ih-iiiilMlng t I! I) Prv, Ko-p'iian. Santa
Fe. X. a, J .IIX IJ. WOOTION.
2r Contractor.
l ' AN' ED A Mechanic;.! Dentist. Gooil
wares im it Applv to F. II. I eGravr,
nor h bMb of Plaa.
7.X ED-Sitnntinn by a ni-m wiih lnisl
V es ev icrii'"ce Can niak himself use
til an wheiv. A l'lress thi-oilice.
7 ANTED At the National Hotel two (list.
das wait v ifiris.
w
ANTED A situa Ion as clerk. Sntisfac
tion fiuaianti e l. Applv at ihU ónice.
1 8-tf
FOR SALE.
Ut . ALK Dr.r cows anil caires Also
shep. AililieB . W lewis, Albiuiue -N
. M
qiiK
FOB S LE One horse, one hmrjry. single
harness, th ce seis double harness, two
saiMli's, nnu rallcli cow A. I) M.D-
noll8-lw
"I iioit SALE. A good saddle horse, by Mrs
1j Desalarais.
f IMK FOB SALE. By Moore A Hurt", at t lie
' Hot Springs. Leave orders atllorbci-l &
Co'sdnui si.iro, on the plaza
171UII SALE A good sixteen horse power
steiini engine, till in ru ning order anil
largo enouiili to run a Hour mill. Any persoii
'Uviring to sec it running can do so any day I
my planing mill at Las Vegas. Applv for
terms t JOHN P.. iVOOTEX.
J3'.i-tf
BACA HALL FOB KENT. The proprietor
wishinirto remore his residence will rent
Maca Hall for the coming season, or ill sell it
for a reasonable price. The hall is the be-t In
the Territory audi provided with a stage and
coin, lte iseencry Address,
AX IONIO JOSE BACA
Las Vegas, X . M.
Himolution Notice.
Notice is hereby given ihat the 1'nni doing
business under the n iine and styln of Kotfi A
Cominann, con raciing on the Atlantic .v Pa
cilic railrvad, lias been disolved
tf CHARLES BOTH.
ATTENTION.
Menin Sixw Mill For Male,
This mill is about fifteen miles from Las Veg
as, is situated iu a locality where timber i s
abundant: the engine is tweniy-fiiur horse
lOrt eraiid In llr-t-cl i8 running order. There
Is one extra -aw serenteen yoke of g od cattle,
lour log wagons, as irood as nev complete
blacksmith shop and all extras suitable for the
successful operation i. f his mill. illbCMdd
for less than its full value. Terms Hall
ease; balance on e.sh terms. For fur I her In
formation apply to, or nddaess
T. ROMERO & SOX.
HS-tf. Las Vegas, X. M.
AriiiiiiiiMtrator'H Notice
.V lice is licrebv given Ihat the lion Probate
Cecil in aud lor the enmity ol San Miguel, and
I'ei riiory ol New Mexico, has appointed t tic un
leivigned .idniiniMrnibr f the estate ol Frank
rbapmau, lec.ea.scd. All persons indebted to
..el estate will make immediate settlement;
and all persons having claims against said cs
tale will present them wilhin twelve month.
M. BliCX'W U K,
H,.'i-1 y Administrator,
i as Vega. N. M., Feb. 7th. issu.
To I 15 rid ire on the Bio C.rmle.
The bridici built by the "Bernalillo Bridire
Company" across the Bio Grande opposite the
town ot Bernalillo Is now open for the public
i ravel Following are thcratts ol toll established
b the company, viz:
I'eople on t int. for each S
I'cop.e on borseha'-k, for each
Heavy wagons, loaded, tor each
Heavy wagons, not loaded, for each
Liiilil waiions loaded, for each
I. 'glit wagons, not I aded, for each,
small stock per head
Lai e stoi k per head
-mad stock, per head, from fit) to 100 head,
inch
i .05
.15
1.00
.75
.75
.51
.13
.05
.02
.01
sin ol slock .
Sin II stock
from 10 1 to ñOO head each, . . .
rnun 5(1 1 to 1.0 0 head, each,
l'r m l.ooi head upwards Si
in,. I toCK
Wa.ons carts, nnd wood, going and re-
. unilng, with two anima s 'JO
I he above, with four animals, 40'
J. Jd. I'ERE V. President
M. SA LAZA If.
ATOItyiiY-AT-LAir,
1 1 A S V EO A S
New Mexi o
BIBLES! BIBLES! BIBLES!
Of every Kind and style st Bev I. W. Cal
fee's. English and Spanish, or In any other
language, for cheap or given away.
M. MATTHIESON,
District Superintendent B. B. S. lor Ne
Mevleo and A vi ma
DR. DeCRAW
Will Rema'n Until the 24th.
Dr. Do Graw having determined to
leave Las Vegas advertised to remain
t wo weeks only from November 24th.
but finding it impossible to wiud up
his business in go short a time h8
fixed his departure for the 24th of
December.
I I Kj I
iaves im:skll,
Frniico Chares. 1. (.'. RhpmmI.'
ATTORNEYS.
COUNSEL KS AT LAW.
V.. - - - - SKW MK.YICO
OIIN F. BOSTWTCK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
O llic? at Exchango Hotel Building,
LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO.
JJEXBY SPWNGER,
PROPBIETOR OF
THE MINT,
Flue Liquors ami Guar a specialty. Mon
arch Billiard Tables and l'rlvatu Club Booms.
Southwest Corner of tin Plaza,
aiUEgQUE,
- NEW MEXICO.
LAS VEGAS COLLEGE. .
- Special Class la
SPANISH,
FROM 5:30 TO 6:30 P. M.
APPLY AT THE COLLEGE.
JOB SALE,
WOOD! WOOD! WOOD!
101 cords or wod at $1 .50 per load. For fur
ther iofor, nation apply at this ofllcc. George
Boas, agent.
COAL! COAL! COAL!
Delheicd at $7 per ton Leave orders at
Lockhait i n'! hardware stnre, or at their
planing mill oilice. George Koss, agent.
III. ELLIS.
J SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTER.
We get up Signs on the shortest notice and lu
the latest style, both pl.iin and faticy.
LAS VEGAS, XEW MEXICO.
yjcCAl-FlfEY & GEHERTY,
i ames Geherty, Ed. McCaffrey.
PLASTERERS AND BUILDERS
Will attend to all contracts promptly both la
city and country. Give us a call and
try our work.
LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO.
E. II. SKIP WITH,
Physician & Surgeon,
Onceover Herbert's Drug Store on
the Plaza.
C. F. MAETSOLF,
Contractor and Builder
Las Vegas, Santa Fe, Albuquerque, and
Suii Marcial.
W. G. Ward,
Contractor and Buildr.e
LAS VKCJ AS. N. M.
W. H. WHITELAW
Attorney art Law,
Will attend to all legal business iiromnt.lv.
Center Street, East Las Vegas, New Mexico.
179-d.
W. Steele,
J C STICK OF THE PE ACE lor Precinct No.
i'.t, Last La. Vegas.
Real Estate, Collecting Agent and Convev
oiecr. Deeds, Mortgages and Justices' Blanks lor
.ale.
Oilice on the hill between the aid and new
towns .
B ii E W K It Y S A L 0 0 A
ALBERT Sl HERBER, Proprietorr.
Opposite Jaffa Bros., Kast Side.
Fresh Beer always on Draught. A se
Fine Cigars aud WhUkcy.
Lunch Counter in Can-'
nectiou
HOWISON & FABIAN,
General Comm'n Merchants
ANi) SALESMEN FOR
B A.STEEU HITS 3 3,
OIV.cc Easi side It. B. Are., opposlio Brown A
Manami res.
OTERO & JEAGER,
Deal eis in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Corn, I lay and Forage.
Lincoln, County.
Xett Mexico.
Alex. McLean. Robt. McLean. 4os.Mcl.eaa.
McLean Bros.,
Contractors and Builders.
All kinds of Mason Work. Fine
Plastering a Specialty. Couttacts
taken in any Part of the Territory.
Las Voitas, N M.
ALFRED 13. SAGKR, .
A.TTOENEY A.U.' Xj"W
Dold's Bulletin.
LAS VEO AS. - - N. M
otai:y public,

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