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V0L.1 LAS VEGAS, N. M., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1879- NO 86. Las Vegas Daily Gazette BY TELEGRAPH HHUEATP IL(Dgra(& (OUIT ALE T f 4. II. KOOOI.ER, Editor. This is the great day for which nil olher days were made the day ot the November elections. Lord Cornwallis, who surrendered to General Washington at York town, has but one surviving relative living Lady Ilalcmcsdalc. it is claimed that a California horse, St. Julian, trotted a mile in 2:12, which is good time, if he really did it, without any help from the time keep ers. One advantage in taking home steads is, that they are not subject to a tax of any kind until final proof's made, which need not bo for seven years from the time of entry. The pcopie of Illinois contributed 675 dollars to aid the colored people who came from the fouth to Kansas, last summer, and now Chicago pro poses to spend 50,000 dollars in en tcrtaining Grant. A New i ork dentist put arsenic m the tooth of a patient to cure the nerve nnd lid it so effectually that the man died. Now they arc talking of indi eating the dentist for not knowing his business better. v V A Trick to Check Stock Gam-bllng. The Philadelphia 77meg, iu its so-'' ries of articles on the war;,1tyak5 of the lied II i ver cxpeditionfunclcr.Gcn. Banks, as "a military failure; but a successful cotton speculation;" which Appears to be about correct. A will, written in Chinese, has been tiled for probate in the office of the surrogate of New York. Pretty much all the languages used on the globe are represented in that office; but this willis the first of its kind. The Colorado office hunters who rushed up to Cheyciiiio to see Grant arc very much disgusted with the way in which the governor of Wyo ming managed the reception, so as to keep the general out of their clutches. Washington, " Oct.' 30 Concerning the announcement made m to-day's New York evening papers to the effect that Controller Knox has written a letter to Meig's National Bank Exa miner, pointing out that the national bank act forbids national banks to cer tify checks in excess of the amount to the credit of the drawer of the check, and that the department must and will see that the law is respected and obey-v ed, the former says he does libt intend to nraKe puoiic uie iuii xexi oi m let ter untjijie hasjconsultcd with" Sec'ya. Sherman.' Controller Kiiox says his attention has not been called to the niatter, as has' been reported, but that he had been observing the course of affairs for sometime past, with a view to ending the practice. It is the in tention, by a rigid enforcement of the law, to reduce to a minimum the un due facilities for stock gambling which have been growing up under this sys tem of certification. - San Francisco; .Oct. 81. The grand jury have found a true bill of assault to murder against .Charles DeYojing, of the Chronicle, .based on- his assault upon Rev. J. S. Kallochj . "' -New Bank. , . To facilitate tine large and growinj business ' of Ea& Las)5egas, Messrs' Raviiolds Bros.iBankeWt'have about pertcfed arrangement's 'for the estab lishmentofa bank there, which, it is hoped, will be opened lor business at an early day. Mr. Raynolds, we learn, will arrive in a few days when, it is thought, the details will be com pleted. It will be a great conveni ence to the business men of the east side. CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, BLANKETS, LADIES' The great East river bridge cuter prise, to connect New York and Brooklyn, has already cost 11,073,850 dollars and the trustees want 1,700, 000 dollars more to complete it, which they tJiink they can do in 18 months. Nearly thirteen millions of dollars is a good deal to expend on a matter of convenience. During the first part of the Apache raids the people of this Territory were assumed that Uncle Sam had no soldiers to spare; the last congress had killed the army; but when the war broke out in Colorado, there was no trouble in finding some three or four thousand soldiers to protect the citizens of that State. It is now reported that the Apache outbreak was caused by Victoria lieariug that he had been indicted in the Grant county court. Concluding that for hi in war was safer than peace he started out, with what result, is known to the readers of tho Gazette. Iu that, as in all other cases, it would have been better to have acted first and threatened afterwards. The wool market continues strong kand active and everv lot is sold as soon as it is put on the market, at ful prices- One or two of the buyers have left town, as they considered the nrices naid too liicrh for them. Mr Nichols, buying for a Boston house has left Saturday night, as the climate did not agree with him. Mr. Krille has gone to Trinidad to spend a few days. Mr. K. had a lot of wool ready to ship to Philadelphia but received so tempting an offer from Mr. Ogdcu, buying forMcllor & Co Philadelphia, that he sold it here rather than take chances of shipment Isaiah C. Wears, of Philadelphia who properly ranks as one of the lead ing colored men of the United States is bitterly opposed to the colored ex odus from the south and declares that while it can do no good for the negro it is just what their old masters de sire. If they are to be the objects of charity, they should not come, and i they have means, they should stay where they made their money. Mr Wears appears to know what he is talking about. SUITS. AND CLOAKS -TO MAKE ROOM FOR- The Immense Stock of Mercliandie -BOUGHT EAST BY- TEEN ... ' -FOR HIS' ü ryi Mil tu Ü1 Eat and West La ega. Notwithstanding the advance on all classes of goods, the prices will not be increased until tho first of December. Owing to the purchases made for cash bv myself just previous to the rise, I can sell now MORE GOODS FOR LESS MONEY THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE TERRITORY! JUST FLESGE5i:"VE333 AND FOR SALE CHEAP, the following goods, of which we hayc but a moderate supply : LA DIES' CLOA KS AND II A TS, LADIES' HOODS AND NUBIAS. L A DI i:S' FE L T SH OES AND LINA D SL1PPE RS, LADIES' WOOL JACKETS, MISSES' HOODS, JACKETS AND NUBIAS. The Colorado papers appear to be determined that peace shall not be mude until the Indians uro driven from their reservation. The Lcad- ville Herald says: "It is not improb able that two thousand men will be iu the reservation before the close of another season. The effect of this im migration upon the Ute problem is not difficult to foresee. If mineral is found in paying quantities Iho Utes must go." Some surprise is expressed that tho workingmen in the enst arc striking for higher wageá. ,Tbo. explanation is easy: The price of bread and meat has gone up, so that they must have ;'-;jionje'niojrc puyjbut no one ever heard ' of a corporation increasing the pay of its eir.ploye3 ;without a battle. The operatives ,fro compelled . to flii:jtOjgeéVa'gcT'ufllccHt'io pro '$Mho -ihetfes'sitricl of i'utfafld are then tk'woimceiavtliikcrs. Lord llnrlingtoii. a leader of the I.i beral party in England.'in a recent speech f-aid. "The conclusion which I derive from these considerations is, that England is less fitted by her posi tion and nature of her resources than any other power for the policy of mi litary administration. The primo minister 6poke the truth when he said that the resources of England were so great that, if she went to war, she would not have to consider whether she would maintain war for one or for three campaigns; tl at I believe to be true; but it is also true that England is less prepared than any other power for the first campaign, and no minister ought to threaten war or go to war unless ho asks himself the question, whether the cause is so obvious and just in the eyes of the whole people that they will be ready to make those long, those continued.' those protracts ed sacrifices which would be necessa ry fot a prosecu tion of war for one or for three campaigns or for fit é ' cam paigns, nor does it follow from these opinions that the, policy of England ought to be one of selfish and timid isolation." From thn above it will be seen that.Eugland ,is more, dangerous to her eueiuies in a long war than in a single campaign. ",. w TT 7 Typhoid Jo' f'v'hH ftivagiid the Ar kñuáus Ta l?y during tíi 3 bust season. árrive During fhs Present Week : of SUCH AS LADIES' READY-MADE DRESSES, CLOAKS, MUFFS. BONNETS. FURS. FLANNELS. pods, HOODS, SCARFS,'"NUBIAS, GLOVES, MITTS, &c.; also MISSES' and CHILDREN'S WEARING APPAREL, n Bland ami to Arrive HOSE, HOODS, &c. One of the largest stocks of Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, . Boots Shoes, Hats', Caps, Trunks, Valises, Gents' lMiruishing Goods, baddies. Harness, Ci.rpets, Oil Cloths, Mattings, Lace, Holland and Oil Curtainings, . Hosiery Gloves, Hardware, Queeusware, WiUow-ware, French and American Calf Skins, Sole Leather, Blankets Comforts, ... Agemtf in thé 0Mníy for Henry ;.!v. .:i .. . V.4.l'h-d - - ISIDORE STERS!1.