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VOL. 1 LAS VEGAS, N. M! THURSDAY, NOVEMBER IA 1870. NO 94. Las Vegas Daily Gazstte J. il. kOOIilKK, j :llr. A Xcn Kcvoluiiouary Scheme. .It is usRerted by those, who profess to kno, that a largo proportion of the peo pie of Mexico is dissatisfied wiih the Diaz (f.uvcrnuient; and that this dissatisfaction lots taken the shape of un orj'onztí(l revo lutiotiarj government. An hL,unt of the ie volukionary party is now in S ui Fmnciico endeavoring to nego'inte for material aid to further their schemes for the ovprtbiuw of l)a. 'J'ho ngcnt ((Fern the capitalists, in return for tbair aid, die loliowing frnti chises: Fist authority lo onuiii.e thu Numnal ISnnW ol .Mexico. th notes tit" which are t i be l"tl twniir for all debts, pultlic and priviite, 'nd Fr uicditHes for ri.ilw.iys uiid lelegri.-ha llnoutihoiit Mexi co, and subsidies KiifJi. i.'tit. for their con struction. ;M Abolition of nil duties on Roods imported from the United States int) Neximi. Tin land rights of inimU grants are guaranteed and religious liber ty Hssiired. 'I'lierii fecms tobe no doubt butlhnt irmny mnbitious men in Mexico are con creed in tin niovoniPnt. ftnd some of the heaviást capitalists of the Pacific coast are reported lobe now eX'imining it with a "iew to ciiKafl in ih-j enterprise if it pro Hii.o to ben succcssfts. By a privntu let ter from a gentleman in Boston, it is learn ed that thu sume scheme has her-n nubmit ied to e!'iulisi8 who own the Atchison To: cka and Santa Ft; Uaiii-oad. These jr-MiMemen have already sent an ngent In Mfxico tn endeavor to obtain from Dinz h" s ime frapchiscs, so far as their compii ny is concerne I, and fiiling in that, it is said thpy have promised to give theecheaio their earnest atipntioi. .Instico, Palemau & Co. 122 Soulh Front Street Philadelphia, under dale of Nov. 10, give quotations of New Mexico wool ranging all the way from 14 to 30 els according toqualitv. They say: Colorado. New Mexico and Arizo na Wools have sold on arrival, all through Ihe season. The market is bare of this class of slock, and the demand still good. Some exception ally handsome medium clips will bring the extreme quotations. It is reported that Barnum is looking for a greenhíinker to exhibit in his great bIiow hut thar his agents throughout the country rep'rt that the species is extinct nnd it is iuipissibia to obtain a specimen. Ex. It strikes ui that Senator Thurmnu, ( f Ohio, would m&fce an excellent fossil ipe ciaien, Since CetPWajo was eapeured the English liavo boen busy parcelling out h3 llottentos among a large number of new chiefs none of whom will be dangerous should they feel like going to war. The propositions to abolish slavery in Cuba are still under dimsion in Mtdrid. Tho trouble appears to be that the slave owners winit all the advantages of the change without any of its dijadvan tagcp, Tho east siie it) not far away for art aildition. At Denver recently, A Grunt of Cincinnati and" A. F. Wile-on bought a thousand acre tract of land in the sand hills forty miles north of Denver, in another county which was platted out and recorded a North Denver. They established themselves in St. Louis and advert isa I their lands in over 800 papers. In eight days they received a per feet avalanche of letters. The fraud I was denounced by the local papers and the post master was rrdcred by the department to deliver no recis tered tatters and pay no money or ders to Gr,nt. Attempts are making in San Francisco to get up an insurrection in Oi l Mexico. Of course all such fcforta injure the A T. and S. F. road and aid in keeping it away from Gunyms, and are probably intonded for that. It will cost nearly 3,000,000 to have the next census taken, which will lo done in June laSO. oiu East. Preparation for a trip east, by a Las Vegas men, usually occupies three or four week. And when the day for his departure nrrives it is deferred until to morrow and to morrow, until to-morrow develo pes into weeks and weeks sooiotirnes i f i imo a long tortnigtits. 1 lie aver age La- Vesas man is whnlv criven t ousines? und ne has hn h:mds full. The journey is not so monotonou now asjjunder the old Lull train system, when there was not a rail of iron, event Of Kansas Citv. but tiniH perhaps, is tomewhat euehan ced id value. Brides thi, it is characteristic of the New Mexican to move slow but sure. It takes him fully four wetks tj do New York ai'tr he gets :here. He sits upon the stoop of the Astor Iloufe and looks flown with pity upou Broadw-iy, but disdeigns to join in tho gm'Tal, Pel Moll. After purchasing all the pper in easy reach, paitiallv to g-t the news and partialy to patro. uiz'j the juvefiile salesman, who is thinly cla i; after having his boots blocked at otic place and hi- heard shaved aiauother he presents him self at a wholesale houso, when he shown all tho favors of a ready cash customer. lie has plenty of flat which speaks all languages cul tad by some peeple dinero, by others gcilt, bii1 by still others the others the ready John Hancock, which I ord Byron has poetically denominated "embroisa.1 cash." He t.hs tho elevated railroad, samples the street cars, looks at Central Park, sees the Theater, hears Tal masre and Beecher and then weary of all, ighs for Nw Mexico. Preparations for the next Euro pean war, the outbreak of whieh seems rapidly becoming more im minent, would appear now to be conducted under the guise of neu tralizing efforts. Thus, as will be een from cablegrams Germany has disrou- red that the French fortress of Beifort must be neutralized; and, to neutralize it, is constructing an immense fortified camp at New Biersack, near the left bank of the Rhine, t'o the work of exhausting the resources of the people in men and money continues, and, under the burdens of the immense arma ments mantainod and constantly being increased, the Qtiestian nnder lying all European politics is co- ming to. Which of the great powers wi!l first hreak down under the weight of its own military establish ment. Inter Ocean. Ihe latest society intelligence in royal circles, which comes by cable dispatch, is to the effect that it is ruT.ored a matrimonial alliance is being arranged between Thomas Prince of Savoy and brother of the Queen of Italy, and the daughter of the Crown Prince of Germany. In due rourso of time, thoald the rumor prove well founded, the o cirty Jenkins who receives admit tance to tho select circile of crown, e 1 heads will of course favor us w th a de cription of tho bride's trousseau, an of the costumes of the diatiriL'uirhcd guests present at thswe idug The i the world may breathe easier nfin. Ward II. Lamon, the biogra pher o Abraham Lincoln, says: From boj hood Lincoln had a pre sentiment and firm belisf that he Fhonld be President of the United States. He aleo had a presenti ment that he should die a violent death. What is still mero singular, his wife, from the first, entertained the fame belief that he would be Pre-id-nt of tha United States. She iaid; "IV going to hi Presi dent, and that's the reason I mar ried him, foj jou know ho itn't pretty. It appears to be (lie intention of Secretary Sheru:an to add to the present inflation by purchase nf bonds, thi owing som ? $1,000,000 per month on the market and theu in reality increasing the price rf iho bonis hn is buying in. He evidently believes ,iu selling tv-o when prices aro low and butv.i when thi-y are high, . , . .... , ...j i i "ji ,, i Ut-sult in A'civ York. ' ' New York, November. 10. The Sun this morning publishes reviee returns from many counties in the state, which show the following re suit: Potter, demojrat, lieutenant governor. ,2,931 majority;, Mackin. democrat, treasurer, 1,202 "majority; Horatio fcieymonr, Jr., democrat, engineer and surveyor. 9,749 ma jority; Carr, republican,' Secretary of tute, 073 majority; Ward, republican, attorney general, 2,G4o majority, and Wadsworth, republi can, comptroller, 3,095 majority. The Sun adds that it has been impossible to get the exict liguree from Heveral counties and from the closeness of some of the results i' is plain that the official canvass alone can determine who are elected. From the most authoritative re turns, which can be had, it at pre sent appears that the state officers o'' New York, have been v choen from both parties and arc about equally divided. The Gods seems to have been very cioel in allowing the election to go in the manner ic did. Neither party can absorb any presidential nutriment from the result. Leaving out the office of Governor, which should not be counted on account of the personal quarrel between Kelley and Tilden, ami tho remaining six state offices are equally divided between the Republican and Democratic parties. The official returns in Iowa give John II. Gear, republican, for go vernor, 157,571; for II. H. Trim ble, democrat; 87,057; for Danitl Campbell, grenbacker, 45,429; for the Rev, Dungan; prohibition ist, 3.258. This makes the total vote of the state cast 281,315. Governor Gear's majority over 72,405; over Daniel Campbell, greenbacker, 111,454: and his ma jority over all i 23,808: Lieuten ant Governor Campbell s vote is considerably larger than that cast for governor, and probably makes his majority in the neighborhood of 27,000. Philadelphia. Nov. 7 The offi. cial refurns from all the counties in the state giv? Buttler, republican, for state treasurer, a majority over all candidates of 58,01 5. Lincoln. Nov 5 Election relamí come in slow. The indentions are that Cnbhs Uepublican candidate for Supreme .fndge is elected over Wakelr, De.nocrnt, by 12. 000 majority. Gannett and Curso n lie publican Heenl.i of the University, are elected ThMolal ote oí the State wil! reach CO 000. The Republican county tieket uro ce- nprally successful. TI e Greenbnc'itr roke a very small showine. Oninhn, Nov. 4. No reliable returns received at rrilirrg from the Slate. Pro. ininent politicians estimate the Hepublicun majority nl from 10 00O to 11.000. An Appeal for Aid for the Poor. London, Nov. 8. Tho Catholi biihop3 of Ireland have adopted ro" o'utions appealing to the govern mcnt and to all public bodies and private individuals to help the poor, as the poor law act is insufficient to meet the necessities of the impend i g ( risis. FI9fAIfCI.lL. Bank of Enginntl. London, Nov. 0 The bullion in the Bunk of England decreased 909,000 the past week. The proportion of tl link's rei-arve to its liabi ity is 4 per cent. The die count rate is fixed at 3 per cent, BANK OF FIUXCE. Puris, Nov. 6 The epede in fhe Batik of France decreiised 6, 150,000 francs tho past week. ATlRIVAI. OF GQI.V. Now York. Nov. tí The f'eara ship Frantic, from llivre, brought 373,000 iu ..ti. i i (, :, tin S i K -. ' v & N t't-'ar o nl I ' ok.) Ü miei alie.v. f. . ight train on Saturday of In i Week. Seventeen cars and thecn boQse went down, ,. There were se ven 8tickmeo from Malvern. Iowa and two brakemcn who wei.t down with the cars.VThree of the stock men were killed and three badly mangled, one could not be found. The cars were loaded with cattle and hog9.t ': . The men it work, in the Chicago stock yards quit work last week and received an advance of 25 per cent on their wagts before the would free to return tn work. ' Slowly the bridge n building over the Gsllinas. The fart that botk the Engn'ph and Russian iaissior.s are still vBcantjari-'l no inenvenienco results, rciveti the agitation about the advi Fability of abolishing the whole di plomatic service, and thus save about 1,000,000. A member of congress from one of the southern states has prepared a bill, which he will introduce upon reassembling of eorigreps, cutting down the salaries of all foreign missions about twenty five per cent. His idea is to make the salaries ridiculously small, and then abolish altogether. The sav tig to the trea-ury by the tempo rary vacancy of the English and Russian missions is about $3.000 monthly. litccken Bulletin. PROPOSALS. I'OK CKOSS-TIKS. CoiiOKADO Sl'llIXOS, (JotiOliADO, ) October 25, 1871). Sealed proposals will bo received, at the oiliee of tho undersigned until noon, November lot h, 1879, for fur nishing one hundred and sixty thous and (1(10,000) cross tics for the graded road bed of the Denver & Itio Orando Uaihvav between Alamosa and the New Mexico State line, said ties tobe of good ound üprneo or pine. I'miliM ; the dimensions to he six (y) inches thick, not less than six (6) inches face, and six and one-half (tíí) feet long. Didders will specify whether thev pro pose to deliver rtlonyf the graded road bed or along the line of tho construct ed road be twew: Vela Pass and Ala mosa, and iu the latter case at what station. Payments iu cash on month ly estimates. 1'ormsot proposal mil contract tan be had upou application to the undersigned. A sufficient in demnifying bond will be required in each case. J!. V. Wkyvv.ukv, 11-15 Treasurer. Coi.OltADO Sl'KIN'OS, Cor.oTtADo; ) October 29. 1879. Scnled proposals will be receired at the o Hi co of tho undersigned until noon, December 20, 1879, for the gra ding of the San .7 nan Extension of Iho Denver & Jíio Orando líaiiwav from a point on tho San Juan river near the mouth of the Piedras to tho Ani mas river, a distance of about. 18 miles The profile specifications and form of bid can be seen nt fhe orliee of J. A. MirMurtrie, Chief Engineer, South J'ueblo, Colorado, on and after Dec ember 15, 1879. Payments to be made monthly iu cash on the estimule of the engineer iu charge of the work, and within twenty days after the close of each ni'Milh. Contractors arc request ed to examine tho line before bidding. A stiitab'o indemnifying bond will be required in each case. 12-20. K. F. Wkitimikc, Treasurer, Coi-okado Si'itixos, Colour no, October 31, 1879. Scaled proposals will be received at the uffw.fi of Ihe undersigned until noon, Dfrecinber 10, 1876. for the gra ding of the Now Mtrxico extension of tho Denver and Hio Orando Railway, from it point near the town of Cone jos, to tho crossing of the Itio Graudo river, near Cieneguilht, a distance of about 57 miles. The ptoiile, specula tions, and form of bid can bo seen at tho o Alice of J. A. McMurtrie, Cliicf Euiiincor, South Pueblo, Colorado, on and after November U, lva. ray menU to bo made monthly in cash on the estimate o I tho engineer in charge of tho work, and within twenty days after the close of each month. Con tractor arc requested t examine tho line before bidding. A suitable in demnifying bond will be required in etw-h cui R. T. Wkitbbkc, Trcaurtr. Ti , Oh. , I'; ( 1 :, ( In r.oi- i ,j ) ' ;vj. j - in: :(. . vt-d :it if' ",iv m ( (III! , ii. '':'. .i i i 'i- K:.:V.l i- i i '! Ofiifl! I noon, .Mu ( grading o i .J i ,.t ., f I'' a ! ' I ( .1 (if ,.11'l'j l . wa ' U (í I ..ii: ( 'oik ' . O .1 ::; ,.', .he ;i, o : --. ,. i i of i I ho DeiiVf : .V I from i poiin ii . t; JOS, ill tilt' l.Oüll' ioint. on tin' r-f.M .ii., hi mouth of i he i .',; about one huni . l ,i n 126 miles. Tim n, and form ol'l.M .' n i v iice of J. A. M Mu i i (r, South Pin ii'... after Xovouiii".r to he made inon: i n timalo of the ei: ', n.-i - u .ii m 'HIS .. . ol- iif !' fili lí. . !l .lllll i '.f lih -ills III I 111 .... ol ine worn, nntt witlnn twin ..-u. ni ter the elose of each um,i , '('oi traetors aro rrqucsteil to e.;i iiinc iho line befon? bidding. A siiiia'ole in deinnifying bond will be required iu each case. 11-20 It. V. WKiTiutw, Treasurer. A 1 1 Col,01tA3O Sl'KIXOS, Col.OKADO. ) October 29, 1879. ' Sealed proposals will be received at Ihe ollice of the undersigned until noon, November 29, 1879, for furnish iiiii six hundred and i'ortv thousand (640.000) cross ties for the graded road bed oí the Denver & Kio (jraiidr Iiailway between the junction of the Sun Jatin and New Mexico lines near Conejos mid the Animas river, a dis tance of about one hundred and sixty mile; said fies to be of good sound spruce or pine limber; ihe dimensions six 6 inches thick, not less than .-ix 6 inches face, and six and one half Lb-. feet long. IMdders will specify where they propose to deliver. JV.y nieiifs in cash on monthly estimates. Forms of proposal and contract can be had upon application to Ihe undersign ed. A sutlicient indemnifying bond will bo required in each case. 11-29 II. F. WuiTjutEc, Trcas, Cor,ou,io Si'iuxfj.s, Colokado, ( October 29l h, 1879. $ &FALED PROPOSALS will be rc k ceivedat the office of the under signed until noon, November 29th. 1879, for furnishing six hundred and forty thousand (640,000) cross ties for the graded road bed of the Denver & lijo (i'rande Jfailwav between I he New Mexico and State line and Albuquer que, a distance of about 150 miles, said ties to be of good sound spruce or pine timber; Iho dimensions to be six 6 inches thick, not Jess than six 0 inches face, and six arid one-half (jH feet long. Didders will specify where I hoy propose to deliver. Pavilion in cash on monthly estimates. Forms of proposal and contract can be had upon application to the undersigned. A sufficient indemnifying bond will be required iu each Wu. J 1 ' J reasurer. Administrator's Notice. Notice is hereby given that tho un dersigned has been appointed admin istrator of the esbilo ni. I l:.Wv .1,, ceased, by the Honorable Probate vvoiirr, in una lor the county of Snn Miguel. All nersons íjhIí1Ii.íI .f i - - - , v ... i w truui estate are hereby notified to make im mediate settlement, ami all persons having claims against said estate are notified to present them wilhin the next, sixty (tays. )j. J,. llowrsox, T Administrator. Las egas, N. M.; Nov. 6, 1879. yn3 Brookside Cottage! This House hm been newly rciurxishe l tlinmjilioiit. Kooiu.i well vontilutcu nil cheor i'ul. Kvcrytliiiigconncctetl with tlic ettubliah Mieut clcun, uuniloilubiii anU utiructiT. THE TABLE INVITING. Th patronage of the íravrh'yp lie i$ invited. J UbGE7rA. IIÜBBELL, Pkop., Co:.or..t is La$ Vtga N. M.