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V0L.1 LAS VEGAS, N. M.. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25.-1879.:' NO 104, A TT XT lü A mm i. bi - m. r m i mi vaw l - m m ILJIJj ' ' " ' ...... .... . I ' . , ,'l . V ?Ias Vegal'Daily Gazette J. II. UOOUI.h.dttoH . OL'it ADVICE, ; ", ? . If.voíi want a rlcrk, ' If yon wunt a bookkcpppr, ' "If yoa'wnnt t buy a luí, Jrynti want t noli' A lot" t , If yuii.wimt t Imy u huttsp, , ' I T rnti vi:it tu sell u 1khh-, If ymiivant i i vi'iit a huirte, "T ''O'uJiavo a iiotHc to rout, " Ilaou want t lmy n .itim-li, M'l'oií want t' sell a ranoli1, f " j If you want to liny a mini', .; If you,vant t nrtl n minp; - If Jon. wmil: to buy stork, . V If yVmv a;it t' sell nt-nrk, '.' , Ifyotr want t ) tlirlvi! hi Iiiik'iiws,. ' AUVIÍ'.ITISK IX TIH (i A.KTTK. t "'Several important railroad cases are 'flovfundcr the consideration pf the Supremo court, on the '20tu,,inst. an opinion was delivered in the case of .the Atchison, Topcka & Santa Fc aguínst the people ex rel Attorney- General; Error from El Paso county. 71rt caw grew out of an action of At tomcy-Gcneral Wrighti taken tit the time the Ilio Grande property was .wrested from the control of the Santa Fe Company. Tie Court reversed the judgment of El Paso Conuty Court with instructions to dismiss.the pro cccdiugs; " . " ''.7! BURGLARY. Tom Ennso Wounded nd Captured. About 4 o'clock tr perhaps an hour or 50'tiTllert Sunday morning thobil liárd hiill-jBf Ward & Tammelu the iñcw town wlw "broken into by three men. In order to explain matters ful- Plv. it. is necessary to state that the building is divided into three rooms. The first is tiscd as the billiard and bar room; 1 he second is the club room. and the third is whei o Messrs Ward and Tammc sleep. The burglars went to the window of the middle or club room and succeeded in raising it; I ho' it was Well braced from above. The throe men then entered and by the Paid of a small fcerew driver took the latch off the door that led into the bar and billiard room. One of the thieves then went to the money drawer and commenced operations;, one stod by the window and the third man walked backward and forward botween the window and the bar. The meii, in their ctDw-t-s to raise the window had awakened Mr. Ward, who at once call cd for his pistol,, wit to his surprise was told that they had been forgotten and left in the bar room. Thcuet best thing in order then was to infó.tm an officer. It was only the wrlc of a l1 moment to go where officer Mather was 'dec pi tig and arousev hit,' The two theu humúed back to Vjie billiard hall to look alter matters. They had just arrived in nainng cusiauco 01 me window where the men had entered, when one of them sprang out. . He was ordered several times to hold up groat success St. Louis will val. ' and if id - probaltf witness a grand revi; Hon. David A. Wells at a recent aftcrdinuep speech announced it as his opinion' t fiat about all the college gra duates and professors arc freetraders, ion it uint ' b3 coafe3ál that the college mtn have yery little influence. Advices from Leadville, state that: .ThoBritislTgovcrTHncntishaving a ataupuUwop.'clockou the. moving criou tjmij wth th, Irish people. otm 20thrfdrtyr fifty -jnaskctVmen i Th'ev hW'now caused tf.c arrest of . 1.li. it J ! 1 .1.1 proceeueu iu. inc. wunjpni, neaueti 1w0 Irishmen for using seditious lau- by blierm Watson, w-nt)M was urged lorwaru uy kjx ptwann -new in mo Slirv, ticrc igbecn n uotabloab- ; i i : . !.'' ueiertmuuu grasp oi ncany ns many Hcn(c 6f violcucc in all the recent agi xi n- The society of the Cumberland at its late meeting elected officers for the ensuing year as ;' follows: For presi dent, Gen. Phil. Shcnidan;. vice-presidents, G'oncral Underwood, of Massa chusetts; General Barnum,' of New 1, his hands and surrender; but paid no The Indians at Los Pinos an doublcdly masters of the situation, as thev wií not testify t'.nLss,they arc first promised entire imraunitvtáud pardon for any crimes they may have committed. The Indians ' heretofore have pleaded tho fear of beiug arres ted if they testified freely and fully; but since that foolish fear has been re moved they step : upon the witness stand without the leaat hesitation and t tell all the lies they can manufac ture. They treat the government like a captive; first tic its hands and then lauglr at its utter helplessness. Sammy Tilden although supposed to be dead, comes up 6iniling to the scratch many papers in all sections of the country announcing their adhe sion to him. commission ot uencrai Adams is in session appear to implicats mormons as the ustigators of the milk river massacre. York; General Carnier, of New Jersey; General Mcgiicy,;, of Pcnnsylvauia;; General Duflield,of Michigan; Colo el Ilobson, of Kentucky; Capt. E. L. lihinK, f Tennessee; Geritral Morgan, of Illinois; General Strcight, of India na; General Myec of Ohio; Colonel Johnston, of Wisconsin; Colonel Con- over, of Missouri; Gmeral Martin of Kansas: Captam Wjoml, of Minnesota; Captain Sillock, of Iowfl. Captain Steele, recording secretary, and Gene ral Cis corresponding secretary. Toledo was selected for. the next meeting which ;wfll Vo iheTd nbout September 20 1880 Gcnl. Ben Harrison of Indiana was selected to deliver the a anual oration. The Maine clectiondoes not seem to 6c over yet, thero is more excitement in that state now than' at tiny other u time during since the fall elections The Democratic returning board still insists on manipulating tho returns as they please. They steadily refuse to allow any representative or senator, elected last fall, to examine' therC' turnyoflrhis cotntry It may bo all right, but it looks very much as if the Democracy of Maine were bent ; on kicking. thc nail of milk that Grant said they would. The statue of Gm Thomas was un- vcilod. last week. Great were the tri butes pafd' to his memory at this in. tcresting ceremony. Thomas was not such a brilliant, general, neither diefhe wia any rurtllug success, but he. was rr my greally beloved by liis armies and !iis victories were always Hib stantiid ami huiing. heed to the summons, The officer then gave chase and fired on him sev oral times, one oí the shots taking ef fect in the wrist or hand, when the man stopped running- and. surr jnder- ed. The burglaiy to the surprise of all, was found to be Tomas Suaso, of Trinidad, Colorado. Suaso was once very wealthy;, at one time supposed to have been worth $200,000. The two accomplices liae not yet been captured. The thieves succeeded in getting ten dollars in money, five dol lars of which was recovered, and ono Í hundred and sixty pool checks, which iwas taken for monoy by the thieves Mr. Mather is to be commended for the promptness displayed in. catching this; fellow. Of all the nuisances with which a town can lie afflicted, house birakers is the worst. The pre liminarvhcariu of Suaso came off yesterday morning before Justice Neill; Suaso was held in bonds of $2,000 and in default therwf was sent 'to ail to await the situng'of court Aman by the name of Hawthorn was tried otí. the sameharge but was released.-- i The celebrated Grand Uanon cases have beeuVipcued in the Federal Corut Their consideration will probably con sumo a week. It is 6aid that the Spanish troop have killed the insurgent chief Muntz and made a prisoner of another. ii 1 hero arc now 4,0Uü,0üü oí 6pecia afloat, bound for New York. .. American matíc cheosc is consider cd par excellcifce in Ensrland nic.ii. At the inuzzlcs of pisto s bhe riff was .compelled to opt'n thedoors, when a dozan ir.on Funhect - in and- Overpowered Deputy '8iW?iSí Johú son' and Miller, aud: proceeded (o take charge of Stevart,'the foot pad, and 2d. Frodsham, who figured largely in he lot jumping business!. The capt-' ors were inexorable and mcrcilessand launched their Victimo into eternity supended . to the beams of a new building in front of the jail, liow be ing erected. ' Frodsham struggled furiously, and his face bore tlw marks ot agony as IieJumg. susp?n-jfctVñfo á rafter. ' When hk Request "wflis klenicd ta write a letter tó-his wife, he'mado a desperate fSfept'tO' escapó the fate which befel him. To the body of Frodsham was pinned a placard, read ing a9 follows:' . : . Notick to all lot ! thieves, bunko steerers, foot pads, thievesand chronic bondsmen for thesaimj'aiid nympath izers with the above class of criminals This is our sonMucncement . and this shall bo vour fute. Vre mean business Let this be your last warning,, parti ctilarly Conroy, Adams, Conner(?ci- lins, llogau, Ed Bums, Ed Champ, It. A. Kellcy, and a great many others who arc well known to this organiza tion. Wo are seven hundred strong. Iicr reports were to the effect that 'the Gamblers and Bunko men had organized to avenge thc'itevthof their comrades pud, to resist , the ; prders to leave. Threats wbre rriáde against tations over the land laws. Atghaiv and (. Irish policies are very similar.. Bt)tl are inclined tó be unjust anX cruel. '" ' ' ' '' ' ' .' ' ' '.' - ; From the way gold is now pouring' into the United States aud also the amount of .silver that tho mint is re quired to com each month, it looks as if there was going to be inflation sufli cIsíU t'itisfy the mo5ultrg inflationist. All tho murderer and thieves jwh-j-took a change of venue from Lincoln' county to Socorro have been rclascd the cases being dismissed at the latu tcrmofcourt. t a m . ... t Tho frauds practised in the nianu- tacturc of French silks for the Ameri can market have, it seems, been car ried to such extent as to deteat their object iu unexpected fashion. The frauds are accouwmslut by the moor-- poration of oils and chemicals in' the fabric, so as to give the good we i an t and appearance of body. The steam ship companies, it appears, have dif covcred that this render the goods liable to spontaneous combustion, and .as will be seen by the cable dispatches, .such is the peril that tho directors- of-' one of the liucs yesterday adopted a resolution refusing to transport these goods. Doubtless the other coaipa- uics will take similar action, and thus' tlio cheat may be foiled. ' '-'i WHERE COPIES The west and Southwest the meat Pt odiitting Sections of America. men supposcd,to,belougo the lauto?, against; thfc? deputy'sheriffs who completed 1 incrrojttxid-the - hanging And against ?f,'?.'cxt.c. . inatpy r.Vomiuent 'bussiness men. So .threatening was the aspect of affairs i'ii . i . 1 1 j inai a company ui irowus was cuiivu out. No disturbance occurred .aud it is probable the gamblers wilXBUbside, . , ?Gcn. i. A. V alkcr who. will 6upe- pcrintend the work of taking the next IiCCUSIIS BUJ B. , í' tí .1 - 1. t . ' 1 A. ttccxpcopiw compieic the-work ii.inH. . ""o wju.... NAr11,,u fi,c single mouth ot June, 183U, under the title of '"iVhcre the liecf i . i.-n i .oni.,., Comes I- rom," is devoted especially ,0 do u Thcr(J- w l)0, tWQ ..4u8tincf noaifcHpcouutofthc.lexaii cat lie t ra- depart men ts of the census; first the dc, which has assumed gigantic pro- cnimCrntion proper, which includes i portions since the close ot the civil the ount of the population, with the war, A new electric i amp has been ex iiibited'iu' New York. . Tho-lifcht of this lam) was created by heating to a white he.U'ii slender short pencil of oarh-tTi supported' in a hermetically sp.:'! 'jhi'-s tube filled with nitrogen gú- fr, is claimeii that this gives a r t:i 1 mi expeiHivo light than Atchison. icrowitig over tho esta-blit-iinunt. there of the first brewery in Km. .as. What Las .Vegas bibula tors want to know. Is what effect'that will have on tho price of the cool aud fo'urdug lager in this town. , T lie KcpubliMtis have nominated j:ion i.,Stcbbius, tvmcmber of the So present Board ofAldcrmcir, for mayor The Dciaocniis renominated Hon. Fro do rick O. Prince- . - n , - T tie McPhcrson, Kan., Independent lias changed hand, Mr. McCliutick retiring and Messrs. Mfcado & pyes- !roy 8!:cecdiug to tho proprietor-sJiip. : Ñlamfcst Destiny. .A correspondcat of the Trinidad Enterprise writing from Washington says: ; -''The movement for opening the: Indian Territory to settlement ap pears to bo takiug defínate shap . Many members- of congress have re turned with the conviction that some thing must be done with that large and rich tract of land other llian to guard and Ueep it sacred as a waste place. Tho lumbering and blunder ing Indiau policy has had as much to do 'with the change in feeling as any thing. The larger part of the lands, of course, to bo divided among the In dians in sevcrality io dispose of as they see fit." No one tiling is of greater moment to the people of New Mexico tíi.w the opening of the territory to settlement. U that time the northwestern was swarming with cattlo which possessed little value on their native ranches. Thev Mere as low a grade of the bovine race us could be found; large, raw-boned- with wild e ves, -long,.!! p reading .horus-, fierce in temper and vicious in aspect.-- Stllí Iheir flesh, though dark in color and coarse in texture, was beef, and crea ted an active demand . at.. the North. Some large government contractors fonU(!ii wrofit in irnuortiii" thcmi.and ijthejr example was soojiF followed by idcalers in Chicago nnw ht. .Lotus. 'From a few hundred head the droyes jincreascd to a thousand or more, aud Mho price of three-year old steers rose 'in Texas from'six and cig&t dollars a head to ten aim hiteen.. AMhe'lrade increased it gradually moved further east, and the demand at length became' so great'that the Texan dealers beiran to turn their attention to the herding and improvement of stock,, as v. c 1 1 as the selling ot wild cattle. The prin cipal scene of , operations nt present is1 in New Mexico. Tile The Atchison, Topcka Ss Santa Fe railroad has been completed to Sam Jose, iu ;Ncw Mexico, about forty miles south-west ot Las Vegas; . branch is also being constructed to Santa Fe. which, it is said, will be by the first ;of the yeai.- on oí this road into jev.r Mexico is opening up a new aud valí:- able trade, for our city, and one that must "increase in voliimo and value each year. A closer relationship is being cultivated between our mer chants and thai hitherto isolated re gion, and hardly a day pastes but that merchants aiid traders from that section are seen upon our streets.- The A. T. &, S. F. It. K. is being rapid ly pushed towards the Pacific, and the Kansas City transcontinental route will soon bo a verity. Kansas Vuv Price Current. , A late number of the Trinidad Xews is responsible for the following: A few davs since we picked up a com mercial traveler's lost order bojk. Tho house for which he traveled dealt exclusively hi boots, shoes and gaiters ;for ladies' wear. We found on ex amining it some interesting ar.d cu rious lacw the higher the altitude i the smaller the feet. The purchases1 at Leadville fun from number oues to' ordinary social . nnd vital statistics. Originally the census was only for the mirnosro iteierwiinine- Dolitical re presentation and each household was reported as a unity, with memoers roughly classified, not cveu naines.and ages being taken; but the law of i860 gave a wider acope to this work, and it1 lnil 4 v 1 1 1 a 1 m e i r-r en v i"1í-'ivl I of birth occupation; abi itr to read and lm"n iour; Georgetown about the- numbe? five; Denver and Boulder,. climate genial suovy Few article published in a local paper arc ever reprinted in as many papers as was the Gazkttk article on the Hermit Peak a few weeks ago. It hai been copied in a number of ex change including leading Dailies ' in ftie states. .-ji . A dispatch from Yaukton announ ces that Spotted Tail's new mansion at Rosebud agency lias been completed and "Old Spot" jfavc a parly a few 'ovcnlji ago' in honor ,of th. evenf. 1 wcuty fat dogs were devoured Ia the guests. ... Moorly, the celebrated revivalist is I"" " jiwi'iniji nici.-l.iny ui ot. IjOUIS. In all other cities ho !vs met with mm never falls in Buch quantities as to de prive cattle of their food. No other spot on the eontinent combines so many- advantages lor stock raising, and it ííono wonder that the grcnt cattle dealers nnaiiv selected it us ic site for their ranches. The ) cation ouce made, the slow process of breed iug fine .calilo from poor stock com menced. Large, flerds were broujrht in from Texas. The bulls were' all slaugiltered and their places supplied by te imported animals from Illinois or Orange county, rev ork, or the banks of the Ohio. The herd was then branded and turned out fo rrazc. It, is visiteh in the spring by the owner, with his little army of cow Voys, who collect the cattle, ñów'ioinminjing , tQ 50,000 Or 60,000 head m. their pasture ot "uu miles long nnu'M) wide. I hov are driven together in immense herds i into a circular inas.m which they are couflnod bv the cow-bovs. The ncx 1 thing Í3lo )ick out the cowseach of which has a calf by her side, to brand ? the calf, and to gather th 8 year-old ! steers by themse'ves in ord'er to be sent to market. This is a work of no little difficulty nnd somo danger, re quiring great skill for its performance without beiuw gored or kno kod down U tvausli of the frightened herd. write and so fourth of each person. In all other countries where popula repre sentation is not fn volycd, those form the out purpose of a census. This was the tlrsr conntrv to institute a period ical I'cnsus. beginning Id J79Q, Eugland being the next to lollow in lsui irom irumoer tnree to numoer six; Puebloye Gods from number four ij ' -- , i i o uiiiuoer iweivc. T.J.FLEEMAN, Merchant Tailor. The eastern papers are rejoicing ov er the recent cold weather there as it gives pork packers an excellent portunuy to pacK incir porK. Uic H'nrm wímiIIiop tf fliñ intít f'i.nr iiiiifTha M I.I II. II Vllllll'l W .VII V.tll.D has been a great, drawback to this in- u )rm 'WRT j fc TN iiiiaiH.1' a í'.i.ímá' ik i-.,,.i,.i-. I JUL Vr J the receipts during the last week were ninety-six thousand head less than for the corresponding time last year, and inirty-seveiMiiousand less thau lor a like period in 1677.- "-The fanners too apeeoily olatcd ns it wih ebabh)them to turn their hogs into, the markets and get them off their hands. A wall le'ectcJ stock of goods eoustuully n- hur.d j any kind mid quality fiii nUlied to order. Shop n South side of plun, two doors cnt ! Jewetl's Hotel. J '7-1 v. .inc independent republicans arc making a great ado over the late elec tions, i hey claim that, had it not been for the bolt of J6hn Kellv, Cor nell would have Veen'badlv deleated. They claim also-tíMil the remainder of the ticket w-ás only" pared' through caution to the independent voters to tcratch and not to bolt.' The !Ncw York Herald is engaged c , with vigor in manufacturing' a Graut J.', boom among the rebels of the south. That tho late aristocratic slave hold ers fchould dcsiro ' a strong' .jjov'cru- incut an Í would favor (he man who permitted them to run the carpet bag gers out of the south is not to be won dered nt, but, what ore the stalwarts going to do nbout it- ILairgest Stock -ANI)i- . i Frice& -IN- Mew Mf exic M r l n \n\n dviccs, froRPÍ.as Pinos whess- the T22E BEEF FRO J-.''