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GAZETTE, VOL. i. LAS VEGAS, . M., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1880. KTO. 130. LAS fóARWEDE, IHLDEFÍ &. CO. Dcalcri in i ÍIAEDWAEE Weodenware, STOVES i TIMARE AND 7 ouseFuriiisláng G oods Rosen wdd's lllock, on Haz", l.S VEGAS; - - NEW MEXICO. WILLIAM BORDEN Dealer in HAEDWAEE ST O V VS. PUMPS AND SHEEP T.l.YKS Hoofing ami Spouthig n Specialty. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. Receiving Goods every dav, and a car-load of stoves en mute tro.ii the largest rango lo the smallest cook stove. TOSE 1 STEIN WhsU-ale ami Retail Dealers in GENERAL HARDWARE ALRUQVKRQUE, NEW MEXICO. Large Stock of Carpenter Tools, cc; ult iw mm 9 Pistols, Ammunition, STOVES, TI1TWARB AT VKKY CLOSE PRICES. Reliable Insurance l.lVKKPOOL AND LOXDOX AND GLOBE. 1 1() MI. OF NEW YORK. SPKIXCFIELI) FIIÍF. AND MA- KINK, MASS. II A.MHUll(i-MA-lKKUItU, IIAM DUIUJ, GERMANY. v. 12. as k!Wi1ig, AGENT. ' OFFICE IS XEW TOWN. Coffins, Gaskets, Ami Undertaking Goods ot all Kinds Kept Constantly on Hand. I. AS VEGAS, N. M. All Orders Promptly I' illed. J. N. FURLONG, PHOTOGRAPHER. ' tlicry in the Kcar ol the Exchange Hotel, West Las Vegas. N. J. PETTIJOHN M. D-. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Hot Springs nml Las Vegas. Chronic Diseases ami Diseases of Females a Specialty llo'l SPRINGS . S to 12 A.M. I. AS VKeAS-Uatral Drug Itort, 1 to 6 P. M M. SALAZAR. ATOnXKY-AT-LAK, LSVtUAS TELEGRAPHIC Wan en Ilrisfal Confirmed i Associate Justice oí lie X. ."ti. Supreme Court. SIR Congress Settling Down and 11 t'IKlI'itlK lo AllOIH- l'lisli Something. t out Oil wans the Spirit of An other Fair One to a itet ter rand. President IIujcs Displeased with Secretary Tnouip-soti.-Jlrtiler Explosion. Washington Dec. 14. --Both houses of congress settled down to business to-day in good earnest. The setting aside of the electoral resolnliou aud the commencement of the final con sideration ol the funding bill in the llouse,tiio elimination of Fitz John Porter from the obstructed calendar of the Senate, and the completion of two more regular appropriation bills by the house committee, give assu rance that congress will after all ac complish something substantial be fore the Christmas holiday and that there will be enough time left alter (he recess to perform all the necessa ry work of the session. The latest reports concerning' the impending vacancies in the supreme court are that circuit judge, Wm. B. Woods, of Montgomery, Ala., a native ot Ohio, will succeed Justice Strong; that Stanley Matthews will be ap pointed as Justice Swayne's success or. That Attorney-Geu. Devens will have to wait for Justice (Clifford's death or resiguatiou and that Sena tor Edmunds will be given a seat on the supreme bench by retirement of Justice Hunt, providiusr congress will pass a bill authorizing Hunt to retire upon full pay iu advance of his at taining the requisite age aud service. It is, however, very improbable thai two additional Ohio nteu will be se lected as associates ou thebeuch with Chief Justice Wailc, audita between Manly Matthews and Judge Woods 1 he former has the best chañes for preferment. Judge C ifford's death nmy be expected at any time as he 1s nillicled witu softening of the brain and paralysis, lie is unable now to dictate 1 whole sentence, aud there- lore en not lender his resignation, unless an unexpected improvement in his health Intuid occur. Judge Hum's coinli ion is also very preca rious. llorare Davis to-day rrceiv' d a tel egram from F. F. Daw, Win. Alvord and oilier prominent citizens of San. Francisco, a-king him to see the prop er aullmrili s aud protest strongly against the reported i teinion lo de tach Arizona I rot 11 the Military Di vision of the Pacific, as the iuerests of that territory, iwt: iden tical with those of the remainder of the Pacili coast and should not be thus interfered with, Davis ac cordingly called on the secretary of war and was assured by him tha' Arizona would not be detached from ihe Pacific division. It is understood that a ncv military devisinn will be created for the Major General Scho lield to consist of Louisana, Texas, and partol Arkausas and also a pari of indiana with headquarters at New Orleans. General Holland will un doubtedly become soinmandaut at the West Point Military Academy. It is believed also that Geu. Hunt colonel of the 5th artillery may possi bly be commander of the department South nml the General will have his choice of the department of Columbia or a new deparlment tobe createdoul 01 Arkansas and Indiaua territory. It is not the intentions of Senator Bayard so lar as can bo ascertained, to take any further notice of the con troversy between himself aud Sena ', tor Coukliug at all. He certainly will not bring it up. Senator Far lev, who arrived last evening return ed lo'his scat in the geuate to-day. Ho was asked many questions by his colleagues concerning the talk of the possibility of the election of a denlo cratic senator in California nnd ho re plied thai thereÍ9 nothing iu it. Oth er late California arrivals are E. Diet rick and N. L. Page. New York, Dec. 14.- The Evening TtlegramU Wsebiugton special sayi there ij mi doubt whatever that President Hayes and Secretary Ev erts xie greatly displeased that Sec retary Thompson should have joined hands with Leeps in tin Panama filial enterprise in 'the way he has done. Th y realize 1 hut he never would have been offered a red cent if he had not been a member of the cab inet. It is a fact that Hayes tele graphed to Thompson to return from New York immediately which he did. His resignation will make no trreat difference at the Navy department. A prominent official to your corres pondent said that during the past three mouths the Secretary has seem ed to begin to break clown physical ly aud mentally and that he has done ti atiy things receutly which have had a bad eftect on the navy and that it is really better lor the department to have him go at once. It is also report ed that he has been much trouble of late by failiug spells and other symp- toms of physical decay. Tae secre tary is au inveterate smoker and the wonder is that ho has held out so long as he is considerably past seventy. There is a strong scutimeut develop ing here against the Panama canal en terprise on account of the i molari ties which characterize the organiza tion of the company. The naval offi cer above relcrred to, asserts that Lesseps is only working to get back a largo sum oi mouey already invest ed iu the Boneparte project and that there is no real expectations of build ing a canal. Halifax, Dec. 11. Another explo sion took place atStillton this mora iu about eight o'elockand was follow ed iu a few moments after by a second blast. A strong force of men is on hand to explore the damages at the earliest possible moment. About nine o'clock a third explosion occurred. It is believed that there were no lives lost as 110 miners were known to be at work in the jiit. No one has been in the mine to ascertain the extent of the damage on account of the damp ueing too strong to allow the explora tion. The Cage pit is now on tire and a dense voluinn ot smoke is aris ing. Paris, France, Dec. 14. The great subject of interest here u the news paper war between ' Itoclielort aud Gauibeita. In consequence of Uoch eforts persisteut abuse of Gumbclia the latter has iuuireclly caused cur lain letters to be published iu which liociietorl when under arrest lor par ticipation iu the commune nought iu iiumüie terms the mediation ot Gain bui'ii aud Gen. trochee. Chicago, Dec. 14. A iVeiw' special troiu Independence, Mo., last niyhi, say thai Ala. Alary Jouus, ihe wiiu ot a wealthy fanner of thai vicinity, ulieinpieil, List nigiu, u liil a lighied lamp Willi kerosene, when both lamp and can exploded, causing ihe imilanl death of her two enildren aged re spect ivcly six -ars and nine months. Airs. Jones was so lernoly burned thai she lived ui a few hours. L urobe, Pa., Dec. 14. -A boiler iu Baker's car works, m uiis place, ex ploded with lenilio force lu-day. t wo young men named John anil Win. Campbell, brothers', were badly scalded, ami aiihouh they walked a half a niilu lo a doctor's ollice uud had their weuuds dressed Ihey were both dead in ihirty ininiiies, Chicago, Dec. 14 E. A. Thomaleu, ihe stamp clerk in the Internal Reve nue office here has absconded with $3,706 beiougiug to the department, beiug money winch he, as deputy, re ceived lor ihe sale of internal revenue btuiups. He hail been in the olfice several years ned vas muted, im plicitly. Philadelphia, December 14. The Ledger's New Yorü correspondent says that Gov. Chamberlain of Maine i now iu town making public the fact that Mackey ihe Caliioruia millionaire and a wealthy citizeu of Philadelphia have given $50,U00 each lor the en dowment of Jiowdoiu college. Washington, Dec. 14. The Senate to-day confirmed tho following nom inations : John B. Necl, governor of the territory of Idaho; Stephen P. Twiss, associate justice of the supreme court of Utah; Warren Bristal, asso ciate justice of the supieme court ot the territory of New Mexico. New York, Dec. 14. It is believed that a bitter war of rates will soon ensue between the Western Union aud the American Union Telegraph Companies. Boston, Dec. 14.--Thcie is a steady demand for wool and the prices are well sustained Manufacturers are buying freely and eren a more active moment is looked for before the close ol the month. California descriptions meet with ready sales at 'Jó to 36 for spring and 18 to 30 for fall. San Franojsfc-o, Dec. 14. At Oak land last night Miss Elizabeth Tyler, aged eighteen, was shot dead at the' gate of her residence bv Die accident al discharge of n pistol in the hands of her affianced, John Scatclfler, son of a well known commission merch ant oi this city. Hunuewcll, Ks., Dec. 14. Mr. Rob ert Wilsoi has been appointed by Hie colonists in this county to go to Washington and sec if something caunot be done lo relieve matters, which are very critical, the settlers being almost beyond control. Ilostouj Mass., December 14.--A private cablegram from Leo Hart maim, the expelled Russian revolu tionist, states that he will sail from London iu a few days and probably arrive in Boston before January 1st. Montreal, December 14. The pas tor of the church of Notre Dame, 1 Roman Catholic, has warned his con greta'ion against attending Sarah Bernhardi's performances. New York, Dec. 14. Ex-congress-man John D. Lawson having declin ed the presidency of the tax commis sion Ihe mayor nominated Henry E. Holland. New Yrork. Dee. 14. Edward Ran hardt was sentenced to-day to be bung on the 14th of July, for wife murder. Local Items. C. R. Browning went east yester day. Prof. Robertson has gone to to corro. Jeffjrson llaj ulds has returned from Pueblo. The trains still persist in runuiug on schedule time. A new platform is being put dowu around th.- store of A. O. Rob bins. Quite a number of articles of lo cal interest are crowded out of this issue. A, J. Houghton and J. C. Blake relurued from their Santa Fe' trip yesterday. See third page for weekly epito me ot news of Colorado and neigh boring states and territories. The Santa Fe track will soon bo o 'er the Jomado. Track hiving is going on at. the rate of iwo miles per day. Herbert & Co. are expecting -i new telephone lo day, which wi'l dis count anything yet brought to the territory. J. C. Hall, a member of the linn 01 Aberuathy, Doughty & Hail, ex tensive furniture dealers of Leaven worth, Ks., was in the citv yester day. A. J. Crone, chief clerk of the resident engineer of the Santa Fe road at San Marcial, passed through yesterday 011 his way to Cincinu.tt i to visit his family. The road bed in the Apache and Mora couous i being raised and cul verts enlarged, Wooden bridges are being replaced with iron trusses rest ing on massive masonry. Workmen arc busily engaged in putting dowu carpets and selting iip furuiiure iu the new railroad hotel. It will not be ready for business much before the first of the year. Judge Levi Davis, of Alton, III., who has been spending sonic mouths in the territory on a visit to his daughter, Mrs. W. B. Stapp, went east yesterday to Irs homo. Regular meeting A. F. &; A. M., to-night. Election of officers aud oilier important business. All mem bers are requested to be present and all Masons iu oud standing cordially 9 ..... . . 1 luviieu 10 auoiHi. There will be a Rebekah degree meeting of I. O. O. F. on Thursday Dec. 16th at 7 o'clock p. m. at Odd Fellow Hall All fifth degree mem bers and their wives aro invited to attend. T. B. Gartrell,N. G. Tjieo. Rutendeck, Sec. For fine watch repairs, i J. Carlsen, , . , ltigh Dan an. i iree lunch every night at Ferrington & Co's. bowliug 1 alley. - You want a enjiy of Hill's Manual I- ot boeial and Business forms. u cannot a fiord to be without it. Sold only by subscription. If the agent does not meet von, address, agent fori lldls Manual. P. (). Box 152 Las Ve- gas, N. M. l-w. I Dolmans, clonks, circulars and ladie dressos in all sízps qualities and pris ccs at Charles Ilfeld's. Dress goods, silks, satins, velvets, kill gloves of all kinds, mens, ladies, misses and childrens shoes of all sizes and qualities, lo use f urnishing goods, glassware, croekery, china, will pa per, carpets, domestics, laces, hosiery, milli' cry aud gents furnishing goods, an immense stock at Charles Ilfeld's, on north side of the plaza. Staple a 'id fancy groceries, whole sale and retail at Charles Ilfeld's. Hats and dresses made to order to suit you self ne.rordnvr to the newest styles at Charles Ilfeld's. Fresh O voters, Fresh Ovsters. at n83tf " J. Graaf & Co's. F.xnmine Charles Pfeld's stock of Millinery goods, tindíos Hats nnd Bon nets, Triutm'ngs, Silks nnd Velvets before purchasing elsewhere. Iitirt's ladies, misses nnd childrens celebrated shoes, carpets, men's fur nishing goods boots -ind shoe at Charles Tlfrld's. If you want to buy a fine suit of clothes, a hat, fashionable tie, fine shirt, good pair of shoes, Charles II feld will sell vou as low as anybody. A fine lot of jewelry such as ladies' chains, bracelets, pins, silver filigree sets, ladies' work boxes, toilet 6et, just received at Charles Ilfeld's. Holiday goods nt Charles Ilfeld's. All kinds of toys and holiday goods at. Charles Ilfeld's. Cooking and Heating Sloves, Doorlocks and Padlocks, Hinges and Butts Rasps and Files, Wrenches. Hammers and Hatchets Tacks nnd Screw, Mining Knives, Ro ling Pins, &c. C. E. WELCHE S. Books, Stationery, Wall Paper. 0 E. Wesche. Merry Christ inn ! ' Choice lot of presents for ladies and gentlemen as well as the little folk0. C. E. Wesche. WANTED. Uf AN I EI) A lirst etnas cook. (J m l wajrea will lie paid. Apiilv at section house, Wallace. N. .M. W A NT El ) ."0 en r)ien tora Palace Hotel. Santa l'"e, at i lie. Imilding to 15 I) t):iv, Fe. N. .1, -JulIN'lJ. 2v to work on the . M. Apply Foreman, Santa AV'OOT I EX, Contractor. WAN ED Situation ly a man with husi i ess experience. Can mako himself use ful an when!. Address this ollice. T ANTED At the National Hotel two first class waiter girls. WANTED A Bitua ion as clerk Satisfac- V lion guaranteed. Apply at thU ónice. It 8-tf FOR SALE. pi r sheep. Add res u. W. 1 ewis, AUuiiiiie -que, N . M . 1,1'llt SALE. A good saddle horse, ly Mrs ; Desnutram. I I ME Foil SALE. Ry Moore Huir, at Ihe ' i Hot springs. Leavf- orders at Herbert & Co'a drug Ht.ii'o, on the pla.a 17V) R SAI.E--A good sixteen horse power steam engine, all in I'll uing order and largo eiioiiiih lo run a Hour mill. Any person lei inug lo sec it running crin do to nny ilny nl mv planing mill at La Vegas. Ap'plv for terms t .JOHN P.. UO'l'EN. 3'.i-tr Oil REVr. The Exchange Hotel corral. Apply at Roll, Craig Co's. T) ACA HALL FOR RENT. The proprietor wishinif to remove his residence will rent Raca Hall for the coming Reason, or will sell it for a reasonable price. Tho hall Is the bejt In the Territory and Is provided with a Btnge and complete scenery Addresa, AMONIO JOSE RACA Las Vegas, X. M. rOST. A birge red leather pocketbook con J Inlni ou- papers of no vatii" except t' the owner. Finder will please leave at tills ofllco. l)inoliitloii Notice. Notice, is hereby given that the firm dolnir lilísimos under tho ninifi and styb! of l.oth Commann, con'racilng on the Atlantic v Pa cific railroad, has been (llS'dved tf CHARLES ROTH. 8500 Iteward. Notice Is hereby given that Five Htimlred Dollars reward will be p'dd ior the deliver? of Wonnev. alias "The iid," to ihe Sheriff of Lincoln county. LEW. WAULXC ', Governor of New Mexico. 8ana Fe, Dec. 15th, Itjsu. TO RENT. A vineyard of about l-.'.oo i vines In good bearing condition, lncludingsome two hundred fruit irees. Also house room suf ficient lor b finally. Apply to Ueniclo V. Pe res, JierualiUo, N . M 1 01 w "I haves kussei.l. . r raneo Chaves. D. C Kiimp'.I. ATTORNEYS. COUNSEL 1!S AT LAW, '.'i.'l.'K. - - NEW MEXICO JOHN F. BOSTWICK, . ATTORNEY AT LAW, o.r.reat Exchange Hotel Ruilding, LAS VEGAS, . . m;v MEXICO. pjENHY SI'lMNfJEU, PKOPRIKTOK OK THE MINT, Kiuc Liquors and Citiars a SpeciHltr. Mow arch Uihiuril Tallies and Private Club ilooms. Southwest Corner of the Plaza, ALttLQUKKQUE, . . jfEW MEXICO. E. II. SKIPWITIÍ, Physician & Surgeon, on; ce over Herbert's Drug Store on the P laza. W. Steele, JUSTICE OF 'I'll li PEACE for Precinct No. 2, hast Cas V ejfas. Real Eotate, Collecting Agent anH Convar uneer. Deeds, Mortgages and Justices' Rliuiks lor side. Oilicc cn the lull between the old and ten owns. B it K V E It Y S ALO ON. ALBERT &. HERBER, Proprietor. Opposite Jaffa Bros., East Side. Fresh Beer always on Draught. Ais Fiue Cigars and Whiskey. Lunch Counter in Can-' nection PR. DeCRAW Will Remain Until the 24th. Dr. De Graw having determined lo leave Las Vegas advertised to remain two weeks only from November 24th, but finding it impossible to wind up his business in so short a time has fixed his departure for the 24th of December. Alex. McLean. Robt. McLean. Jos. McLean. McLean Bros., Contractors and Builders. All kinds of Mason Work. Fino Plastering a Specially. Conttacts taken iu any Part of the Territory. Las Vegas, N. M. ALFRED B. SAflER, . ATTOENEY A.'.!.' XjJLW Dold'sBulIdln. LAS VEGAS, - - N. M Jeffers & Klaltenhoff DEALERS IN FUBNITURE i QUEENSWARE, UNDERTAKING. Furniture repaired in first-class stylo. Second hand goods bought ami noil. Store adjoining the new building of tho First Xalional Hank. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. BIBLES! BIBLES! BIBLES! Of every Rind and stylo, at Rev 1). W. Cal ico's. English and Spanish, or in any other language., for de cheap or given away. M. MATTIIIESOX, District Superintendent R. 1$. S. lor New Muxlco and Aricona. To I Bridge on tlie Itio r'uule. The bridge built by the "Bernalillo Rrldge Company" across the Rio Grande opposite the iowii ot Rcrnalillo is now open for the public i ravel . Following are tlieriiles ol toll established. Iit the company, viz: People on toot, for each $ .Oft Pi'op.e on horseback, for each 15 Heavy wagons, loaded, for each, 1. 00 Heavy wagons, not loaded, for each 7.1 Light wagons loaded, for each 75 Light wagons, not louded, for each 50 -mall slock per head C3 Lai -c stock, per head 05 mall stock, per head, from 50 to 100 head, eacli 02 nii ill slock , from lO'l to 500 head, each 01 sin II slock, from 51)0 to I.OoO head, each, H' Mindl tock. fr m 1,000 head upwards Wbloiis, carts, and wood, going and re turning, with two animals, 20 i he above, with four animals 40 I. l. PEREA, President. ATTENTION. Stenm Saw Mill for Hale, This mill is about fifteen miles from Las Veg as, is situated in a locality where timber Is abundant: the engine is twenty-four horse lowernnd In llrt-class running order. There Is one extra w. seventeen yoke of g oil cattle, four log wagons, as good ns new; complete blacksmith shop and all extras suitable for the successful operation of his mill, will be oíd for less than its full value. Terms Hall eae balance on e.,gh terms. For further In formation apply to, or addaess, T. ROMERO & SON. 118-tf. Las Vegas, N. M. AdmlnlMlrntor's . o tire Notice is hereby giren that tho Hon. Probate Coco In and for ihe county ol San Miguel, and I'erritory ol New Mexico, has appointed the uu ler.;igned udminMrator i f tho estate of Frank Chapman, deceased. All persona indebted lo s..id estate will make immediate settlement; and all persons having claims against said cm late will present them within twelve montli. M. BRUNSWICK, ItlA-ly Administrator. Las Vvgas, X. M., Feb. ?th, 18U.