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VOLUME 4. NUMBER IG.
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, JULY 1, 1876. WHOLE NUMBER 172- 1 CARDS pautes . übíns0itt attorney axo ( oixkki.or AT LAW. Hiving permanently heated in Lus, Vejen, will r:n;tiou In nil tlio Coitrt-i of Law ami hqnity I ft the Territory! and in tlie Supreme Court of the Unite 1 St:ttei, prompt attention to Onsincs. le ferenre-t given when repiired. Urrioc .it the ri)idtioo of A. M irrUon Kscj. PEDRO P. R10TTE. AT LAW, Las Vegas, Keio Mexico MEL V1N W. MILLS, ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR Xt Law, Cimarron, i. M. Will praelice in nil the court of Hit) lirst jiulirml district of New Mexico, and will give 'strict attention and iniiko prompt returm of any bu.iiuc.sa intrusted to It i 4 re. a? J. n. KOOGLER, tUmin at Sato, La Veqa'fi,...... New Mexico. O.Heo at Tint !a.ki ii liimldinjr. S. B. ttxan. T. I!. C'ATim.s-. KLKINS& CATRON. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Santa Ke, N. M. W i'l I practise in all the courts of law and equity in ih territory ,. Kspecial attention Riven to the -. rollection of ckimi ami rcmittnucc promptly indis. ' : . .. v '. ... '"f ,': ' iÑtlSéiMbj it& Jso. r. itiRQi-K, - .nUnr-fJ Silver City. v;:p4i0V RISQUE, - ..íSfríavKVí AT LAW, J - itft to liMÁW&'iW; N- M. -Prompt alten- V.oiiiTej tildl'Ui06s in the line of their pro ' ir4sLJU laM vie cuitru in the t erritory. IuO "' ."ii .it ,f:':-. - , - -v W'M." BRÉEDEN : ; A TTOÍt X E Y i COUXSEI.OK A Lnw. S.nitn 1, N". M. "Will practice in nil the courts of the Territory, . , . . 'f Prompt attention Kven to n'l linsliir.si in . Hie line of his profession iA all the courts of .. r !se Mexii-v. 100 LOUIS SULZBACI1ER. Xf pi.ixtiYyr, '.J-AW, T.i.Vckh, N M. WilT itfctítfO in till llti- courts oí la w an. I e.uilv In the Territory. Kspec.ial at ntini niven to' the collection of claims and re niilsncei promptlv made. LSITK1) STATK1 COMMISSION Kit. A. MORRISON. COUNSELOR AT LAW, l.'H Vcjtt, Nr Cívico. I'ractlcei in all the jhttn ail Justices' courts. Collections niadu Kñi relie l pon. Kemittances m ide promptly, omen: At the store of Chas. Ilfeld, Uu Vu No Mexico. fc. U, JCJ9 . ithic Phvslcl.Hi aTiaTnakimt tí nti try and Ocular, á spccmlt.v. I'atieaUi uau vxyui-l ekillful treatn'.ciit at our bands. u.U.- iu UA.Ki'tis lialldiní.-LaS Vejf 3T.' M. . M. CVNNtWífZMyTtf.'D, mjMEOrVVTIilC fJIYCIAN' ASUBOEO-V, 1 .?:. i' . 1 ' - ' f-- ' 0" 4;'. '. I.M Vega XetMf !ílfl,-jr ,u tVRl pTVlift In all the nTTtheVu counties o the . Tetritorr. ... . ' Mrí l. D. MURRAY. NEW YOKE I-rjüSS SfAEER. ' I ' ' , Would inform the Indies of & Vrfjni, Fort t'nion ahd Mirrounding romitry that she is pre pared to do nil kinds of Dirm Makillr, CuttliiK iind Kittintr. Micha had twenty eateericiice at the businrs and will iti'iirautce utifaction or ! Inke the ihkIs anil pay for (hem. Ito iius nn North Hide of I'liua, twoduors Last of llfelds, I.us Vegas, N. M. A.GRZELACIIOWSKI, Dialer in Ucneral Mcrch.indie, tuna, C;intry prjluce anil cattle received in pav ttient. ;t C. H. MOORE. nl':r in General McrchandiM, Pagrto Lum.íí. 51. Wool, hi le, pelt in t country produce taken In i icbange. 63 ftARBER SHOr, ath Secanrl Stnwt, belotr Hotel, Lm Vegu. t4" ShsTlaz n 1 h-irciittini, ihampoolDg tad frair d inf end drevinf done to order by ANTHONY LABADIE. FRANK CHAPMAN'S 0Lt Anjí Ékliaíle House, NorlU-ncst slue oí ll l'lkza, Lhs Vegas, X, M., luía uhvajs on Imn.i anil f6V sale at the lowest possible prices at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL a cWcc lol o( Ladies' and Hunts' hiiery, ladies' and Rents' gloves, furnisftiiiT Roods, children's toys, laaies hats, men's and hoys' hats, boots and Mioes, dry oods, vlotliinjr, mirrors, saddles, bridles, groceries, etc. , etc.. f(tToiijirrrííisl' ( (J, r.ams, lincou, teas and canned fruit, Jellies, quccusMiire, wooden ware, paints and oils, nails, all kind-!, hoi'se A niutu shoes, iluss, crockery, table and pocket cutlery, powder, lead, caps, tiunarc in fact cven tning pertains lo P 9 P P P A FIRST CLASS STORE OF - try h ú ANDRES 6 si SENA, Lo Aliim')", X. f., RETAIL MERCHANT in dry (foods groceries, ll.pinrs, c!ar, toliaccn, hats, caiH, Imot and shov., and all kinds of v n j i) i w .V wool hides and pelt Liken in rlmnm- for Roods. 1'atronag Of III public respectfully iolictcLÍ J. II. Sitoir. Ü. W. rr.His. J. H. SHOUT & CO, DRUGGISTS, We-t Side of Thus, Lm Vepm, X. U. i.kh'oiw Tonvrc o rEUFCJIKS MKDK1XE DRl'tiS VHVG J1KPKIE ..VKnriMKi TUllAfTO I.IQLmü' - ir.cos Corner of Central and South Second Svct8, LAS VEGAS, N. M. ri illS , heiiiR a first class establishment, of manV! , years' standing, with ample ac coiiiiiiodatioiiM for man and beatt, offers better facilities to the traveling community than nny other house of its sine and class, not only In the City of Las Vegas, or Territory of Nw Mexico, but in the whole; "outli-wcst. A -9 J' Which in always supplied with first class tables and the btst lienors and cigavs in the niaict..ltegiilar boarders', Withorwitíioúl lodgings will be nrvfnv i'.iodatcd liy tiro week or month at the lowest possible rates. Spacious parlors and ttils of rooms for tourists and familic on hand. V V4 K4 LIOHT WAUON UUtitilES AND hADDI.E HOICKS to LET UY not P. OK DAY. tOKX HAY fon SALE t The patronado of tli 6 public ii Mípectlullj solicitcJ. and hill át!(faction gaarinteed. CHARLES E. WÉSCIlfe. New Casít Store Ai-e now prepared lo offer their well assorted utock general merchandise to the people- oi LAS YEGAS, and vicinity, at the very lowest prices for Casiij They aro determined to SUPPLY the wmts of every one and satisfy all. They will have NEW GOODS on the way eonstanth', and thereby be able to keep up a full stock of everything. Aliare respectfully invited to call itt their Htore, on the north side of the pinza, nt lirst door west of Sam Kohn's ware house and examine their stock. CHEAP FOR CASH. Las Yogas Hot Springs. RESORT FOR INVALIDS. Located six rililes north of Las Vegas, X. M. Tho public is respectfully Informed that Jtrs. S. II. Ials, Proprietress, has now nmpl'j ac commodation for Invalids, and Pleasure deckers, In the Hotel as well as .J'at.h Departments. The waters of the Hot Springs, by a careful analysis, are known to contain liirgeiiuantitiesof iron, sul phur ami other minerals, held in solution ofu temperature of 13 degrees, rendering them there fore to be valiiablo curative agents for those af flicted with rheumatism, neuralgia, rutenom; diseases, derangement of the kidneys, bladder, liver, etc. The scenery around tho neighborhood is de lightful and tPj iMlronagu of the public, is re spectfully solicited. ltw-ly (HAS. ILFELD, Successor to A. Letcher & Co., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in GENERAL MERCHANDISE iá'ad OUTFITTING GOODS, m Xegii and Tecolote, KcirXcxIco. Z. STAAB&BItO. SARTA I'E,...;.....NtlV MEXICO WHOLESALE RETAIL MEKCHMTS, Have constantly on hand a Urge ftock of General Merchandize; to which they invite the attention of thetrsae. Epecial attention pail to orders, 81 $1,200 PROFITON$100 Made env day in Putt ni Calif. Invest accord ing to tour means, tlo, or tino in Htock Prl líete, hat brought mall fortune to the careful inestr. We advine hen and how Jo operate sufrí J. Hook with full information ttntfrtt. Address order lv nisil end telegraph to DiXIIRAtO.. Bunker mmú Broker, 17 Wail ht. X. Y. SAVE MONEY br iend-iir for any Mapsr.ine and TIIK W V. K LV THIHCNK (retrtilar price Hi), n- .T! for the Mnraüine add TIIK KMI- WtlKLVTKlBfK'!nilarprice$) AHdren g;ts fgas nzittt. J. II. KIIOOI.KIt ttlitor. Hayes and Wheeler are perhaps the strongest candidates the republican party couUl, have nominated. They seem to reconcile all conflicting elements. The Democratic National Convention met nt St. Louis on Tuesday of thfa week Next to Tilden of New York, Gen. Hancock of Pennsylvania, appears to be the favorite of a tnnjority of thedolegates. The Pioneer is authority for the elate mnnt that the narrow guage will extend its line at enoe from El Moro to Trinidad. The Trinidad merchants now transport their froight by wagon from La Junta, ftnd the narrow guaye people think it is a losing game for them. The marriage of Mr J. F. Nolan to Miss Mclovia Loptfc at La Junta last Mon day evening was a brilliant affair. Parties from this place stcte that llie number of gues's present were very great and thftt tho festivities wero every way successful. Vriitennlui C'elebrutlon. The citizens of La Junta are making r x extensive preparations to duly celeWtc the coming 4th of July. The committee of arrangements consists of Mr, (.ieo. W. Gregg, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Moore. Mr. and Mrs, S. 1J. Watrous, and Mrs. E .1. Harwood, Wo sreaU from experience when we say that the Lfe Junta people get up the very bst celebrations and treat till gues'.s hospitably. They will have a rousing good time. The murderer of Antonio I.crnia Three of the Kuapected Hung. Py a note from the Hon. Benj. Stevens ui Albuqnerqic, hearing date of June 20th we learn that all the parties VWpected of the murder of Don Antonio l.crma hud not as yet been arrested. Two of the ac cused were in jail at Albuquerque swiiting trial. 1 Since receiving the ftbove note a special dispatch from Albuquerque of June 24th, to the Ntn Mexican states tint: Juan Miera, .Toso Miera, and Meliton Cordova, supposed murderers of Antonio Lerma, were hung last night three miles north of here, on the main road. They were taken from the Sheriff by a large crowd X Xorth Star Ilond. The Grant county Herald states that the ''North Star" road from this point to Silver City has been completed. A gnvert.mcnt train of ten wagons lately passed over it, reaching Fort Bayard on the 15th of Jutie, The distance saved by this new route is one hundred and nine ty seven miles over the old road., The same paper also states, 'ha Iroii bcrs of the stage coach in Cook's csñon disposed of the gold and silver in Chi huahua Mexico, They offered a fine gold watch for sale, supposed to have bfen taken from J. S, Chisum. Four men were concerned in the robbery, two Chilenians. a German, named Joseph Hubbardt and an American named Iloscoe Burrill. 1 he parly after disposing of their booty came north to El Paso, where the dead body of Iljbbardt was found. It it thought liU companions killed him bectii; he would not divide. The Chileni'ini were arres'ed and imprisoned. TheTexavP.irlfle. AH the iron for laying the track on the Texas & Pacific road from Texsrkana to Paris, and from Dallas to Fort Worth, has been purchased, and is now being shipped to this St Me. Thirty miles will be laid from Pkris east, and fifty miles from Texsr kaaa west, and the road to Paris will be completed by September. The following is an extiact fiom the New York Herald iu relation ta the Texts and PttciGi. By the ay, a getitletnun just returned from Texas reporta that be finds a large force of men at work upon the com pant's lines, and that the road t Furt Worth, ai well as the northern branch, will be completed before the end of summer, iron for these portions of the line hat been purchased, and is now being delivered. The prospects of the company a.-e said to steadily improve with the fortunes of the great State on which it trafile now depends Thii Herald stys: Sotó weeks ago w stated that Col. Scott, president of th Tex as Pacific, was making arrangemenU lo posh that road westward from Fort Worth. A Philadelphia dispatch says that he aad his friends, failing to get Congressional aid have rut op $ 1,00 000 cash and will toon make it f 2,000,XK), and are contracting for steel and inn rails to baild 120 miles of the Texas Pacific Uailroad west of Fort Worth. The Mad ii t lie cmipletrd thns far in August. It is understood that they will push the road west as fast as passible lest the California FaeiGc get all the land grant. Contracts, for all the wcrk are to ta let immediately. Zroti J'ge (Jefferson Tex.) , They are killing people dowa in Santa Fe and Bernalillo counties for their old clothes. Up in Colfax, they kill on nice points of honor. Many persons appear to have relegated themselves to a primitive state. ; The widely published sir lament that the House Committee on Territories has re considered its favorable action on the Señale bill for the admission of New Mexico is erroneous. - The Cimarron, Xevt J: Fresi man is get ting up a reputation after the manner of the funny men of the Detroit Frtt Pi tst and Burlington llawkeyt. His devil wiM soon be us well known as his honor, the judge of the police court at Detroit. In tho last issue the devil seems to be a little troubled about fome references to him in a former iffcue of this paper. We nEsure tho Devil that he is not the man we are after, aud wis also hope that be is not after us. We art trying lo tuve the editor in chief, we do nrt expect to redeem the devil. The following is the article.' Onr devil came into the sanctum the other day, his face wearing a thoughtful express ion, and inquired of us confidentially if we knew that fellow that rjns the Las Veg&i Caxktte. IVe replied cautiously that iu years gone by we had had a passing acquain tance with him, and had for a timo barked in Ihe sunblnne of his friendship, but tbnl in later times our paths had diverged. Still we thought we were sfu in saying that wo knew nim sightly. He then proeeetfe'd systematically to quiz us as to all the details concerning the physical make-up of this person, especially weight, height, length of arm, etc., after which he retired, leav'ing us involved in mystery as to the meaning of all this. The next time we went into the press room, he wanted to know how far it was lo Vegas, Thinking he migU contem plate a charge of bate, we lost no time in telling him it was about six miles, and he could easily walk it in an hour or two. Not long afterwards he came in and want ed to know if that Gízktte man hadn't said something once about having a private grave yard down there. Feeling sure that h meditated suicile, we eagerly replied that he had, and we didn't doubt but he would give a lot free to any member of the Press. 'D'yercckon he's leserved one fot hisself?" We said we didn't know, and as he passed out w began to wonder what "the 'd'eVil he meant. The next morning when we came down to the office the boss printer met ns and said there was something broke loose i:i the back yard. After some discus sion as to who should go first, we both proceeded cirefully to a point where w could command the field of view, be armed with his new patent centraLfire bodkin, and we with a pair of old, but tried and true scissors. There we found the devil, sure enough. He had a large bag filled with sand suspended by a rope at about the height of a man, and he has drawn charcoal a large, broad face, with long hair and a heavy cuslache, and he was squaring off at it in all serta of scientific attitudes. He would plant his bunch of of firej first on the left optic, then on the right, aud then wuuld deliver a rattler on the nrggin, and next he would give it on on the mug, and so tn a way that would have startled the Benicia Boy or the Hon. John Morrisej, M. U, Prudence forbade our interference and we left the fluid quietly. Not long after, ha brought io the fol lowing, which he had found on the cop hook, and said he'd like to know jutt what that meant; The Cimarron Stvt i rrt'U hti an ori ginal devil. He is not only witly in Lim self, but 1 k Falstaff, be is the cause of wit in other men. He is an unending source of locals and is charged with all grammar cal and typographical errors, he seems to be the principal man about tha oflibe. Trot out this devil; we would like to gel one. Las Vegas Gazette. The whole trouble flashed upon ns then and we hastened to assure him that It wa wholly of a complimentary nature, and was intended to call public atteulion to bit many brilliant and invaiuable qualiti. This seemed t-) mollify bind Somewhut, but still he would like to know who Ibis road Falstaff was. We told him be wat a celebrated character in French bittory, esteemed for hi tru? Roodness;" and admired fuf.his graces of person aad manner that he figured conspicuously at the battle of Marathon, hnd after crossing tha Kobi eon with a party namtd Cesar, be came to America with Columbus, and has not been heard of since. This was satisfactory; bul that "trotting out'' business be couldn't undei stand, and be said to the local that ha believed there was touetLing in it the boat didn't explain right, and if that fellow ever came along here he'd make fcim tell what he niemit by it, nr TIIETRIBV.il-, Sw.lm, 1