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'.V J l va ca ; M ft 'a VOL 1 IAS VEGAS, N. M., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER G. 1879. NO 88. A 7 TTTT F. katf Las Vegas Daily Gazette J. II. KOIIGLERi I'ditor. I.CiS CEHKILLOS. Senator Chandler. The Kansas City Journal in an ar ticle ou the recent death of Senator Chandlcrsays: '-Put the great leading' trait oí character was his transparent patriotism, his lofty devotion to free dom and his intense love of country. There was no purer public man, and Ids fame attcr twenty years of public Hcrvice, has not even the insinuation of taint upon it. His bitterest perso nal and political enemies, and a man of his strong, aggressive nature hud both, have never assailed his persona integrity or oificial honor." This may be blightly tinted by partiality but certainly no statesman could desire better words said of him when it comes time to close his accounts Fighting Joe Hooker. General Joe Hoker who died at Jils home on Long Island last Friday was about the only geueral who ac quired a name early in the war and carried it through to the end. Ealy in 1 882 he got the name of '''lighting1 Joe Hooker and that name he was known by till his death. He held many important commands cast and west and always had a hand in the lighting. The Darlington Gazette has this to say editorially of the attempt to abo lish religion in this country. ".Mr. Jngersoll proposes to organize a ra tionalistic reform party in politics, and has called a convention for thai purpose. So we shall have (wo nation al reform parties, one to secure a re cognition of God by the United States constitution; and one to eliminate Hie recognition that is already there. Mr. Ingersoll intends that there shall be no disfranchment of unbelievers, no 'oaths administered in the basis of res ponsibility to God, no Sunday laws, no exemption of sectarian property from taxation, nothing in const i i u tions or laws which shall recognize or confer any advantages upi-n religion. In a certain lunatic as him in an eas tern state a class of the inmates are set down as religious fanatics, and another class as infidel fanatics. There are both kinds, both in and out of in sane asylums. A man may make himself insano by cultivating his hatred of religion." The above quo tation is rather well said, and it may be set down as a fact that the present ago will no1 sec religion abolished by law although it may bo a matter of doubt, if oaths ami some other things could not be profitably abandoned. Morton and Chandler were the central ligurer., supplying the force and brains of what was known as the "Senatorial Group" during the last years of the Grant administration. Willi the death ol Chandler the group is thoroughly broken up, as for the future it will not have the necessary leadership. This was the group that Grant tried to stand out against n going into ofiier, but even he was compelled to surrender. At a meeting of the American mis sionarv association in St. Louis lajt week an speaker paid a feeling ai'd e!o(iient tribute to Stanley the great African explorer, but failed to saya word for Dr. Livingstone who by a life of unceasing and unfailing labors gavoialue to the work afterward un dertaken by Stanley. i Miss Florence Lincoln, daughter of a prominent Cincinnati lawyer took the white veil at thoUrsuline Convent at St. Marlins, Urowne county, Ohio, one dav last week. IVcn Campa on : .Sites. Moaninlim of SUnernl. In addition to the St. Louis board ing house, owned by live St. Louis boys, Mr. Maddux ha o f!y t"t, at which the hungry traveler can find a dinner for 25 cts, which may be call ed rather cheap for a mining camp. At this house I found two gentlemen who were going cut to locate a claim and Avith them I climbed one of the highest ot the fan shaped hills and trom its top gained a good idea of the country. To the north ami east are the low, round hills forming the southern extremity of the Rocky Mountains. South of the Cerrillos, flowing from north-east to south-west is the Gaiisteo. Ten miles to the south-east are the Old Placers, with apparently the same formation as the Cerrillos. A camp at the Old Placers was plainly in sight. On the north west a glimpse could be had of build ings in Santa Fe, and to the west the Fort Win gate road could be seen raising from the bed of the Santa Fe river to the flat plateau. Every part of the Corridos district is marked with prospect holes, and I have ample evidence that almost everyone shows good ore. The great need of this district is a stamp mill, and active capital to work the mines. It is understood that, if some recent assays show well, the necessary machinery will be fur niohed and that unlimited capital can be secured. Two tunnel claims have been located, 3,000x1,500 feet each; actual measurment shows that such a claim wnl take in almost an entire peak. A tunnel run through the en tire length of one of t he hills would cut all Ihe veins and doubtless open up untold wealth. The official name of the camp is Carbouateville and by that name the post-office,' presided over by Don Aoy, is known. At the first of the rush, last spring, the ore was suppos ed to be a carbonate like that of Lead ville and from that fact it received its name. The men residing in the camp set m to succeed and they are bound to do it. Men who camp out, purchasing tlioir own provisions and having (heir-work, when help is hired, done at reasonable terms, are in a fair way to find their fori tines. Mr. N. 3. Luughlin, recorder, would probably be able to gifvo any addition al information desired. One of my irieuds on my prospecting trip was the ex-recorder, but I have lost his name. Nearly every State in the Union is represented, Missouri and Iowa leading. St. Louis aloue having a delegation of a half dozen and Mar-j shaltown, Iowa, an equal number. All are anxious to help the prospector along, so that no one need feel lone some. Mr. and Mrs. Hull expressed their delight with the good order in the camp; all the men being well be haved and desirous of making the camp pleasant anil enjoyable. The family of Mr. Maddux will soon be on the ground, others will follow, and soon there will be no lack of good so ciety for any family. The boys have heard of the "Dimites,'' some of their number receiving names from the charrcters in the plot. 1 can not say that the camp is booming; as some of the miners have one to town for the winter, others are working on the railroad to take grub slakes; which reminds me that the road gees within two miles, or such a matter, of the i I V (TIT7T T7 n D k D TI IjuuUilUilU. GOOD BYE, SAMMY! The Barrel Busted ! HENDRICKS AND LOOM UP POTTER ly conduct, making himself a terror to the Indians as well as the agents. His arrest was ordered, and a detach ment of soldiers from Fort Reno were emploj ed to cflect it. Big Snake, re sisting the arrest, was 6hotuead by a soldier. The occurrence caused con siderable excitement among the Indi ans' but it was quieted. Gen. ISooker. ISeast, Ecu Blutler, Bucks Bully, but is Beaten. TOO MUCH EXTRA SESSION ! Special to Gazette. Springfield, Mass, Nov. 4. So far the returns give Long 2,291 votes; Butler 2,201; Adams, 1,621; Eddy, 25; republican loss 192. New York City, Nov. 4' Fifty elec tion districts give Cornell, 3,405; Rob inson, 3,997; Kelly 2,816; Ilaskius 3, 462; Potter 6,557. tXB- Boston, Nov. 4. Two hundred and ten toAvns give Long 95,087 Butler 81,532; Adams 7,710; last year, Butler 31,875; Talbot 104, 028; Abbott 764. SEW YOKK. Brooklyn, Nov. 5. The vote in this city stands, Robinson, den)., 44,414; Cornell, rep., 31,509; Robinson's ma jority 13,905. New York, Nov. 1. The Society of the Associated Pioneers of California will take action upon the death of General Hooker next Monday. The governor's room in the city hall has been set apart for the purpose of having the remains of Major Gen eral Hooker lie in state there. The funeral f General Hooker wil take place hero on Wednesday. The remains will be buried in Cincinnati. Financial Holiday. London, Nov. 1. The first secular days of May and November being the days on which the Bank of England makes up its balances, they are obser ved as holidays in the bank and on stock exchange. Consequently no business is doing to-day at cither place. Special. From Pliiladelpliin. Mitchel, Mrs. SadicMoriarty, M. 2 Morgan, W. M. Murphy, J. I. Miller, Capt. Jno 2 Miller, Mr. Jno. M on tolla, Señora Salida Milliken, C. A. McKnight, li. P McDole, Wm. 3 McClain, Frank McKenzic, Andrew . N Nichols, Luther S. Niece, Jno. O Osborne, Thos. Obrcd, Samuel O'Connor, Jerry 0,Bryan, Ircn I atron, Santiago Pensinger, T. . .'J! allister, Arthur T Pearson, J . C. II tornero, Anto. A. Uagcrty, James Ratlifl, L. L. 2 Reider, Henry Reed, S. T. Railey,Mrs. M. II. 1 Richard3,Frank W.Ross, Stephen Ruder, Andrew Roby, Lee S Sa1is, Guadalupe Sandobal, Franc'o. Salazar, Aniceto Sexton, Patrick Saunders, Ilirain 2 Sypher, O. vV . Sichler, J. A. Swmford, Wm. A. Silks, Edward Snyder, L, A. Stinsou, Tommy Smith, Joe Albany, Nov. 5. The Evening Journal., republican, says that forty five republicanshave been elected to the '.senate and forty republicans to the house. New York City, No. 5. Plurality for Cornell, rep., from twenty-live to forty thousand, though the state tick et is slill in doubt. The indications at this hour are that the republicans have carried the whole ticket, with the exception of Soule, for state en gineer. L PENNSYLVANIA. . Philadelphia, Nov. 5. The republic an gain on the state ticket is twenty thousand, with a full majority of thirty thousand. Philadelphia, Nov, 5, 1879. Henry Ilys'iiigcr, Esq., Las Vegas. N, M. Sell all goods possible, even at cost Make room for the immense stock coming. I bought bargains, you bet. Isidok Stern. T 1ST OF I.K TTEBS remaining in the Post I joffico at LaaVesras. N. M.. this 81 tiiy of November, A. D. IST'.I, which, il'not taken out within! itiivs. will be sent t-j the Dead Letter Olliee at Washington, D. (J. Persons claiming any ol these letieis will please say "Advertí ed." Gentlemen's IList. A Allison, Joseph Alexander, Mrs. B Bagnall, Geo. T. Bell, Richard Baca, Timoteo Bailey, Henry J. Bailey, Mrs. 1'iebe", Dr.W. S. Eayzv, Walter MASSACHUSETTS'. Boston, Massachusetts, Nov. 5. Ben Butler is defeated; Long's plu rality is fit ly twelve thousand. Le gislature is republican. Returns from all but eight towns giyc the following vole: Long, vep., 121,726; Butler, 108,507; Adams, 9,73-1; Eddy, 1.743. ILLINOIS. Chtcasro, 111., Nov. 5. Complete re turns for trcasurei in Chicago give Johnson, rep., 22,644; Guerrin, dcm., 18,987; Johnson's plurality 3,657. In the county the vote stands, Johnson, 29,386; Guerrin, 21,168; socialistic can didate, 3,91!; Cook county cutiré gives Johnson a plurality over all of 818; republicans gain through the en tire slate wherever is?u:j joined. Did you ever notice a poor chap that stands in the first picture of the almanac with t he fish and sheep and scorpions and bulls and twins, etc., around him? Did you ever notieclhat lie was naked and hud nothing in his stomach? Well that poor fellow used to edit a paper. Mission Mirror. The cable still continues to bring account of great storms in Spain by which immense damage has been done'. Hany lives have been lost. southern borders of the district and this will add to the va tie of the mines. If, when the road is completed, good rates are given, the miners will ship the oro to the cast, in bulk, to have it reduced. By next May the mines will be booming and the men who stick now will be sure of fortunes. It appears from a recent Interview by the National Jiepublican with Stephen A. Douglas, Jr., that (he Re publicans of the south will strongly urge the nomina. ion of Hon. Thomas Settle of Florida, to Ihe Vice-Presidency before the next Republican convention. It is very clear that the candidate lor that olliee must come i rom '.lie South next time. The tea-tablo uigmi can rehab the election news this evcuiug. CONNECTICUT. Hartford, Conn. Nov. 5.-Only s legislative ticket elected. The repub licans elect nine out of eleven sen ators. WISCONSIN. Milwaukee,' Wis., Nov. 5. The re publican gains are near on to six- thousand and upwards. Their ma jority in the whole state is tweutv thousand, with a prospect to reach twenty-eight thousand. Denver, Nov. 5. There arc few re turns to-day. The indications war rant largo republican gains in New Icrscy and in fact everywhere. Washington, Nov Beglin, John Bart ell, Chas. C Buticrrez, Victor Bowman, Parker Belasoucs, Anto Bichlcr, Martin Parens, Andrew C Clark, Johnson T. Chastillo, Takia Casey, T L. Clark, A. J. Chavez, Martin Chavez, Juan Chacosla, Tomas Carson, S-tot 1 a Conrig. S. R. Conley, Geo. W. Campbell, Mrs. Nellie Cooper, Mrs. Marv L. 2 Cad worth, G. W. Davis, Hod, Duran, nlonio Denton, W. B. Detaining, Ilenrv Delgado, Jose Ma.Duggau, Frank Doyle, Geo. Sparling, Wm. Stafford, S. R, Snider, Frank Smith, D. W. Sturm, L. L. T Taylor, C. C. 2 Thompson, Joseph V Villa, Jose Garcia Vigil, Francisco 2 Vigil, Pedro Viscarra, GuiU'mo W Ward, Hi ram 2 Walker, Ed. M. Ward, Anna Wright, Andrew Whiteman, Joseph Worsham, Mr. Yates. Enos Welsh, M E. Warren, Thomas Wadham, ü. W. Wuilems, L. L. Wolf, Herman WriSht, C. M. York, Pat Zuber, Herman 1 Eumiston, J. C. Eeurrie, Pedro Fox'. Jno. Fisher, Win. E. Godard, Chas. Gilis, Mr. Guard, Mr. (Jarcia. Mogono Gallego, Elitterio Gemmell, J. T. Garcia, llerculano Gordon, Thomas 2 Giltner, James Goulii, D. M. Gallegos, Rita n Ifallquest, Peter Hondón, Henry lleudrick, W. Harrison, Thomas Hawkins, Jno. S. Harrison, Henry Harris, Mías May Henry, Harry B. Hamilton, Thomas Harris, A. G. Harrigau, Daniel Ilolden, E. D. 2 Holland, J. W. ' Homcsty, Capt. J. Hickey, Michael Hol iday, Doc Holland, G. W. Holl'iday, J. H. Huntington, Saml. C. Huson, B. As Safe as a Uñatea States Bot'd. We publish elsewhere the thirty fourth annual statement of the Nkw- YOKK LlI-'Jü InSUKANC'K COMPANY, audit speaks more eloquently than words for the fidelity and ability with which the affairs of 1 hat Company are managed. With a surplus of .íti.íüC OOO, the managers of the New York Life may confidently appeal to 'lie pu blic for patronage. There is one tra in ro in the report which must, com mand Ihe attention of all interested in life insurance "and that is the excels of market value ofthc securities amounts to more than six hundred thousand dollars. During the past -year Ihe New York Lite has issued 5,082 poli cies, insuring $15,940,130. The cash assets amount to t he enormous sum of !í37,8o7,295, and this shows that a po licy in the New-York Life is as safe .7.s a United States bond. Mr. A. B. Sagcr represents this great company at Las Vegas, ard no one should neglect to insure with him and secure a policy which without (jues íon 3 as safe as a United States bond N. J- PETTIJOMM, M. D., LAS VKGAS, --- NKVf MEXICO. Omen Horns: Imh Vejns, Mice N. E. cor ner l')n'&) H Id la a . M . i ml Sprint;., - to t V . II . Ghionio ili:-eascs ami (lineases of 1'i'inaleM a specially. J have in my oitice the Electro Therapeutic. Ttathti for the iiiiiii'!iliatr relief .iinl cure ot'i lien matifin, neuralgia, umi all lonns of nervum cl ise:ise. . llogan, Danl Ingraham, Russ James, Geo. Jones, Jno. W. 2 King, Wm. Kress, M. W. I Jones, Chas. W. li. Kesslcr, Chas. W. 1. Some time ago a report win received by Comiuis sioncr lloyt from ihe Ponca reserva Hon iu Ihe hidiau Territory that Big snake, clue! ot the Ponáis, was ; Mailnl Wm threatening to kill the agent, who last JJadolo Wm bummer caused hi arrest and impri- 'Massy, Chas 8 Mimeul tor ouc mouth, for disorder- Morris, Hurry Lester, Wm. Lahcy, P. Leak, Joseph Laird, Wm. L. Lcmly, Chas. Lenhart, M. Lcenght, Geo. W. Lone, W. E. II. Louít, Jno. D. Lot, C. C. Lodge, A. M. Mrs. Lopez, Ravel Love, Florence Mrs Limine v, Geo. M. Luther) W.N. Menault, Win. Molinero, Nicolas Moore, David Grand Yiew Hotel, South Second iteeat, LAS VEGAS, - - N. M. Dr. J. H. SUTFIN, Proprietor, Recent additions to this House make it it the Largest and Best Hotel iu the Territo"v. The Sleepingooms Arc on the Second Floor, and are clean an comfortable. autl have J perfect ventilation. is weli supplied with The Best the Market Affards. J. IIAOK . for pisscnger8 runs for this house to uml from the depot.