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' -r r- Si ti1 WHOLE NUMBERlSÓ. TOLUME 3. NUMBER 46. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, JANUARY 20, 1876. .5 í CARDS J. HOUGHTON. t , , ATTORNEY COUNSELOR , At Law, L.M VegM, X. M. Special attention Si rea W Laud Olaimi, Spunisli muí Mexican rtnts, liquation, uro-emptiou, homestead and Doasesaorv riirlils. Oitlco at May H.iyj' Buildlng.- 103 .... fEDQO J RIO T TE. AT LAW, Las Vegas, New Mexico -. , Al EL VI N wTWlLLS, 'ATTORNEY A CCCXSIXOR i ,' ' ÁtLaw, Cimarron, N. M.-Will practico hi nil 1 Ihe courts of tlio ilrst judicial district of New , Mexico, and will givo strict attention and make protuut returns of any bxiinoss intrusted to hU ar. . ,, , . 7 JnKd0GLER, Office at Tint Gazhtts building. I ! LOVELL 11. ROUSSEAU. ; ; "'átÍorney & counselor At Law, Albuquerque, N. Jf . Will practice In tl the courts of law mid equity in tlio Territory. Special attention given to all clussci of claims against tho government. . til '. B. Ei.kixs. T. Ji. Cat:o.x. ELKIN8 k CATRON. ATTOttXKYI AT LAW, Santa Fe, N. M. Will firactl.-to In all the court of law and equity in the lerriwrv. Especial attention given to tho collection of claiim and remittance -promptly made. 101 T. I". ClWAT, han ta t'a. JNO. I'. UlSQiIE, Silver City. CONWAY t RISQUE, !- ATTOltXEYS AT LAW, anta Fe and Silvor City, N. M. -l'rompt attii Moa given to all b'nine-M in tint lino ol'tneir mo IMaiuu in all the courts in tho Territory. lOJ BREEDEN & WALDO. ; ATTOHNBY.J A COUNSETiOttS ' AtT.aT,' 'SvitiFe. N. Will practico In all the ojurtn of tho Territory.. ty Pr-vnt atlc-.itilii trdn to .all IVtsIneM In th li'ie of their profenlJii i ti. alt tile er.trh of N-,T Mtixl vi. i.ri . IISVSV L. W ALDO. Wit. llu.-lttDIf. LOUIS SÜLZBACIIER. ' ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, Veyti, N. Jt. Will practice i;i all the courts f ! sil. i lity lu tho t'en-it ry . at U itiou sivón to tlie c iUcjUju of cUiiU4 aad r mui.mm promptly m i le. (Juiced States Uom uisíionor . A. MORRISON. fcoCXSár-dR AT LAW, U Vim, Ne t tic.. rr?,!-rci In all the iMbta au l J.HtiroV o.irti. ijoll.wtioin madu o 1 roUc I upon. Hcriiittanccj in 1 1 pr.npUy: Ornnt: Vt tho tor of Cha, llfekt, Laive f , Xw Mexico. DENTIST OCULIST. Ifomnomthic Phvlc'mn an t m ikinat Dentistry , and Ootilnry a npccialty. PatienU can expect killful treatment at our hawU. . , üülcoin UAZílTit building, La J egas N . II . . M. CUNNINGHAM, M, D. . HOMEOPATHIC niVSICI ANA SCRGEON, T VegM Xaw Mexico. ?'1H practice In all tm) northern countie4 of tho rrltory. ' CHARLES EMIL WESCIIE. Wholeaale ami Retail LmYtgu, NewMoxico. A. ORZÉLACIIOWSKI, , , . Dealer In General Merchandise, ! r-t . mttto ie Mmt f , toan try produce an I cattle reccivcj la pv nnt. 11 ' C. II. MOORE, . . Doler in General Hcrchantli, jaarto do Luna, H. II. Wool, hide, pelt and country producá taken in ? icasaga. w BARBER SHOP, ffonth Second Street, below Hotel, Ui Vega. , . O PbaTlntand haircuttlnf, iharepooln( and fall dyl&f ami drawling done u order by - AKTIIONY LABADIB. F. CHAPMAN'S Old Arb Riliablk House, North-neat aide of the Plaxa, Laa Vg, X. il,t hu alwaya oa baud and for tale at the lowest posóme pnce at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL a choice lot ot Ladies' nnd gents' hosiery, ladies' and genta' gloves, iuini5.liiiir gjoitti, ciniureu a toys, .tiei bats, jPeu's ami boys' bata, bóut.s it nd oboes, dry gonu3', ulotbing, mirrors, saddled,. ... unule-, grocunes, etc., etc. G 11 O CEU IE S . fe Hail's, . bacon, teas and canned lViut, jelliei; queen i ware, woodeuwarc, paiurs and uiU, nails, all kind, liorao A nmle ishoat, glass, crockery, ,..1.1 1 l....r n.,tl..i' i. ....! UIU1U UIU HM IVVV Villlt. , , .l.vt, caps, tiavare in fact everything pertains to P P I? ' P P ,V FIRST CLASS STORE OF b á h ú ANDRES SENA. T-os Alamos If. Sf. RETAIL MERCHANT In dry gooU irrocorio, liquor, rigara, tobacco, haU, raH, tx"H and nliui-i, and all kinda of te-r x Country rroduce, h; C'H H wool hnKn and poltá taken inrxhniiKU for iood. ,,.T o Patror.'itg of the public respectfully aoHcitcd. S3 J. II. Snocr. O. W. Steudixi. J. H. SII0DÍ & CO, DRUGGISTS. Wett Ski. of riaia, La Vcfat, X. M. rRfn, i.iQroiiS xonAcro PERrUJILi MKDlClVf bílV, KKIG9 MEOiaXTS rrHr ITaKil TOBACOT LIQWIUI 4b 'j to'rner of Central and South Sccoud Streets, LAS VEGAS, N. M. This being a first class establiihinent, of manv years' standing, with ample ac commodations for man and beast, offers better facilities to the traveling community than any other house of Its size and c!ssi iVót only , in the City of Las Vegas, or Territory of'Xew Mexico, but in the whole OUtll-WCát. . A .1 which ia always supplied with first class tabks iúd tltb best liquors and cigürs la tho market'.' Regular boarders, witliorwllliot't lodngs will be accom modated byjtho week or month at the lowest possible rates. Spacious parlors and suits of rooms for tourists and families on. hind. -I . 'LSI LlljHT WAGONS BUGGIES AND SADDLE HORSKS TO SX 1JY IIOT'R OR DAY. CORN HAY FOR SALS The - patron go oí ihé public is respectfull solicited, and fu1 latieftction giiirmteeJ. CHAPMAN & CUNNINGHAM. T. T. CHAPM II. . M. CrIIIISHAU Hew Cash Store mm. Are now prepared to ofltr their well assorted stock OF general merchandise to the peoplo ol LAS E 6 A S, and Vicinity, at the very lowest prices for Casii They aro determined to SUPPLY the wants of every one and satisfy all. They will have NEW .GOODS on the way constantly-, and thereby be able to keep up a full stock of everything. Aliare respectfully invüed to call nt their store, on the north side.f the plaza, at tlrst door west of Sum Kohn's ware house and examine their stock. CHEAP FOR CASH. Las Vegas Hot Springs. RESORTFOR INVALIDS. Located six miles north 'of Las Vegas, X. M. The public is respectfully Informed that Mrs. S. I!. Davis, Proprietress, has now ample ac commodation for Invalids, and 1'lunsure Suckers, in the Hotel ns well as iiath Departments. The waters of the Hot Springs, by a careful analysis, are known to contain large quantities of iron, sul phur and other minerals, held In solution of a temperature of ISO degrees, rendering tliem there fore to bo valuable curative agents for those ni llicted with rheumatism, neuralgia, cuturious diseases, derangement of the kidneys, bladder, liver, etc. , . i The scenery around tho neighborhood is de lightful and the patronago of tlui public is re spectfully solicited. 100-ly CHAS. ILFELD, Successor to A. Lbtcher k Co,, Wholesale and KeUll Dealer in GENERAL MERCHANDISE and OUTFITTING GOODS, Las Vegae and Tecolote, New Ncxico. Z. STAAB & BUO. SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO WII OLES ALE & IíET A I L Have constantly on hand a large itock of General Merchandize; to which they invite the attention of the trade. Especial attention pail to orders, 81 Rocky Mountain News DENVER, COLORADO. 1-argct and I.ra1ing Newspaper of Colorado. Daily, by mail, ill) avcar, shorter time l crmo, Weekly, " W ' , $1.75 lord mouths, . ti fcf J months. ... , Postage prepaid. iryTrytt. 11VIÍ Wm. H. Btus, Proprietor. SAVE MONEY bv sending f 1.7 for any Magazine and T'UK WEEKLY TltlBUNE (rcfnlar price ), nr S.7.1 for the Mscaaine add THE PKMU WXBKLTTRntr IE (renilarprtcell) . Addrese its j. m k o o a L E Rt Editor & Publisher. TERRITORIAL. TT clip the followiüg oniplimentary notice from the Trinidad I'ionetr, the best authority in Southern Colorado: The Las Vegas G azstí i is decidedly the best newspaper jiub.ished in New Mexico, not dcterioratííñE! ftt all frcm the excellence of tho Kewt and IVess and Aw Mexican. By a letter from John 0. Stines, Justice of the Peace at La Junta, we learu thatlho negro murderer, Russell Hutchison is safe ly lodged in the jail t Mora. Do was captured by constable Felix RonqulKo and the police guard of precinct No. 3 at An tunchioo, and to those parties the reward offered wag paid. The negro acknowled ed to Justice Stiues that ho shot the Tfotaan but only with oneb&.rel of tt: shot gun as the other would not go off. The constable of Antonchico deserves fcreat credit for capturing the fugitive and deliver ing him siUa'y to the authorities at Mora. . ne El Cimarron. ' The news from Cimarron is that the 3 tus cD Press office was pretty badly shaken up. The press was taken out and thrown into the river, a total wreck; the type and mat erial generally "vas likewise cast into the roaring flood of the Cimarron. The pro prietors are g&thering together the remnants and if they find sufiicient to justify the re organization of the office they will resume publication at an early date; otherwise the late forced suspension will be final. The last issue of the paper was only printed on the outside; the inside boro tho legend, stamped on the npptr corner: ''Earth .pake Postponed Indefinitely." Troublesome Times. From the numerous murders, robberies ind outrages generally reported from even point of the cnmpai, it would seem n though we had falle on unlucky times. They are evidently a little out of joint and the stories of the daring deeds of daring men, Kn'ghU of the Moon and Gentlemen of the Road, are tho usual theme of loung ers at taverns and corner groceries. First, wm a bloody fight at L,as Ciuccs in which hree or four, more or 1S3 were killed ano .rippled; then a man or two killed at Ci narron; a daring stage robbery in Cook's cuñon; a man killed and a robbery com mitted at La Cinta on the Caiudi in and Gnnily the destruction cn the bffice of the .Ytio it less; all transpiring within a week. Evidently, stirring newspaper items re becoming more plentiful than during the piping times of peace of a few month past. Resolution of Respect. The following resolutions of respect to the late Chief Justice Palen, were reported by a Committee of the New Moxico Bar and spread upon the records of the Supreme i.iiav ,,,, Fopreiíle Judge and Ruler of the Untvoneto remove from earth Don. Joseph G. PaUo, Me Chisf Justice of the Supreme Court of the territory of New Mexico, who departed this life on Tuesday, December 2t, 1875, ia the full possession of his intelectual faculties, at the time of his greatest puwer for good, and in the midst of Lis usi ful ncss and whereas we, the judges, officers and members of the bar of said Court, over whose deliberations for more than six yean the late Chief Justice presided with dis tinguished ability, dignit;, justice aod courtesy, have met to testify our high ap preoiaiion efhis qualities as a man and as judge, and our sorrow at Lis death and to pay our tribute of respect to his memory; therefore, Riisclrtd, That while bowing with sab misiion to the will of Providence, we da plore the decree that removed him from as, and made vacant the high position which be filled with such eminent ability and distinguished usefulness, Resolved, That we are deeply sensible of the great loss sustained by this court, by the members of this bar, aod by the people of New Mexico; that we rejoic. that bit good deeds live sgaia after him and that the reforme that Le wroqght, were efa chancle' so thorough and so permanent io effect, that hit iafluonce will be felt far into the future. Resolved, TLat we will affectionately cherish the memory of tie late Chief Jas tice as tbat of a judge of the most eminent ability and exalted partly of character at an earnest and affectionate friend and at a man of the most exemplary habits of life, whose example we will strive to follow and whose virtues we will emulate and that we will wear the atual badge of mouroini StU doriog the trm. r Resolved, That wo deeply monin the loss we hove sustained, and hereby tender to the relatives and friends of the deceased our sincere sympathy. (i , Resolved, That the court be requested to cause these proceedings to bo spread upon the record, and that the clerk forward a certified copy thereof to the family of the deceased. . COACH RORRED. v $3.000 The Prize. , About two o'clock Wednesday morning January 12th, at the coach, which was eoming from Silver City to Mesi'lU N. 1Í., was slowly going up the bad rocky hill at Cook's cañón, three white men, masked with handkerchiefs tied above their eyes ar.d kelow their eyes with blankets on, stepped out from hehind the rocks, aimed their guns and revolvers at Lancaster the driver and said, "Gct'down and staid at the head of your mules, and dent you move or let the mules move or we will shoot you." lie quietly complied with the o'tder'. Upon being asked the drivor told them young Fred Kaiser was the messenger; and they went to tho front boot, told him tó "get out of there," and as he looked out he found a revolver in close proximijiy to his lead, and was ordered to "get down on the ground," which he did, and one ajked him "Low many passengers you sot," lie told him two; he then tai i ''tell them to jump out." There was on the coach at tho time John S. Chiiumh Esq. the "Csttle King" of the West, aud Hon. T..F. Con way. Attorney at law, and were both asleep. Mr. ChUum woke up, heard the lu?t re ñí .rk and thinking it was the driver talking to the, messenger and wanting them to Walk ap the rocky canon, threw back the o irtains and jumped out, but immediately found a revolver aimed at LitH with the order "halt, don't you move," and "have you got any arms," to which he replied "no he never carried any arms, but had to t'ep to tho side of the road," to which they lid not object, but got Mr. Conway out, ünd then started for the treasure in the ex press box which was under the frout sett, having obtained the key from the messenger. There was inly one . revolver about the) "oath and that was in the front boot. Mr. Chisum had $1000 in green backs in hit inside eoat pocket, and while the1 silver bricks were being taken ont, be kept taking from $100 to $200 ata time from his pocket book without taking it out of his pocket, and would scatter it round in tho seat of his pants and drawers, leaving about $100 in the pocket book. One soou came, got he hundred dollars, 'and a, Tey fine gold watch, which cost $00.00 go'd coin in Idaho, aud marked "G. C." also a heavy gold chain, he told them "it would prove a bitter pill for taking it." At tho robber was about to start away Mr. Chisum íaid "now this is prbtty rough, I an a long way from home, I don't like to beg, please give me enough to "bay grub on the toad," and the fellow gave him a dollar saying "small favors Ac." ' , Mr. Conw-M "Lj na bee. q-.ji. a weak of late, was next visited and re lieved of $25.00 in small bills, whilo they left him $35.00 wlith was cot found; and also took a fine gold watch and chain for which Mr, Ccnway would not have taken $300,00. The messenger relieved of about $100 00 while the driver wat not molested, probably thinking that ho had nothing worth asking for. Jhey secured about $i 000 in Silver Bricks, and with the other things amounting to $5.C00. Three Briclii were marked "from II. M. Portel" and threo "from J. F. Bennett" and all ad dressed Kountz Broi. N. Y. Mentía Aftr. OEXr.RAL ITEMS. The wife of ex Trctident Joúnson died al her daughter's residence, Mrs. Judge Patterson, nearGreeaville, on January 8th. From the Congressional Record of the 13ib instant, we extract the following: h'cxo Mexican. Mr. Elkins introduced till for the relief of Manuel Chaves and Lorenzo Lahadie for Indian depredations; which was read a first and second time, referred to the Cotcrn'uujs on Indian Affairs and ordered tq be printed. Mr. Elkins also introduced a bill enabling claimants to lands wltbia the limits of tLo Territory of líew Mexico and Colorado and Arizona to institute proceedings to try the validity of thair claims; which was read a Erst and second time, referred to the Com mittee oa Private Lead Claims, sad order td to be printed. -. Mr. E'kios also introduced a till lo enable the people of New Mexico to form a eon atiiulion and State Government aad for the admisión of the said State into the Union apon an equal f to ting with the er iginal States; which was read a Srst and tersad time, referred to tie Committee en Territories aal ordered to b frtnte-J, ; TUB l.iviik, aiw-itra. .