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' Saturday, July 29, 1876. TERMS OT SUBSCRIPTION' (IXTARIABLT 131 ABV.1Ct.l rmecopv.oneyenr. One ropv, six months, A club of two, one year, A club of Ave, one year, A el often, one year. tt to 2 tt 7 oo 111 00 A null Ul H Clll i win- ' wi i . . rj No subscription will l roceired for Ies 40 00 Hiau six mcmns. RATM OF ADVKRTIS1SG. Every inch ot space, first Insertion, 1 10 for every inch of space, at each subsequent In sertion, , ' 00 Advertisers residing within the limits of I.a Vf(fn, will lie called iimn Kt the eml of each month, to settle their acconnta with Sic (ia sriTE, vearlv advertisers, residing titsideol town w'lll hiive to pavqnartc.lv, in advance. Transient advertisements f. icily in advance, ul published rute. . . . Advertisements enntmcleil hv the year anil with drawn befi.ro the time expire, are tobe charjp el at transient rates. l Itusincsj or special notices in editorial ot local rnltimns, l." cents per line, each insertion. fc-j Ml conimmiicatlnnsdevnld of interest to the public, or iiilented only to pronmtu pi'ivute in terest, or for the discussion of religion or polí tica, will be chased at the rales of transient advertisements, and payment required in advance. We reserve also the riKht to reject any such article, or advertisement, if personal In character. MAIL ARR.VXOKMKXTS. The l'nst-officc will be open dailv, except Sundays, from ? :30 a. M. . until r. M. Sundays one hour after the arrival of each mail. M'i Close Dailt. F.astern, at flP. M. V,..ilm nt ñ no A M. I-o Mm. Leaves Las Vcsas Monday, at 8 o'clock A. M . , arrives nt Mesilla in six days. HI..Í1 nl..jAB ttilmliva nt 11 I HI Leaves Mesilla fiinii'iltaiitously, arrives at La V ejras Miiurutiv even i . Kokt Hakcom Mail. Leaves Las VeRas Monday at 7 A. M. , arrives rt Kort Hascom next day by - W..:i -I........ Ü.nil.iJ lit O U t I r. M. i'iltll l"itn, n .tiiii' i.i . in - leaves Fort Museum Wednesday at 7 A. St., ar rives ai mis leu i"-"' Mora Mail. Leaves Las Vegas Friday at 8 a.m. , arrives at Mora by U r. M. Mail closes Thurs day at 0 e. H. Leaves Mora Saturday at 8 A. m., arrives at Las Venas by llr.M. . Letters for registration Will not be received niter 4 I'. M. G. W. STOIHNS, l'ostmaster. CHAPMAN' LOIH5K No. 1H, A, F A A.M., meets on the third Salurrt-iy of each month, at tho M'lsnnie Hall, Central Street, between South 2d and 3d Streets. Charles Ufeld, Sec" J. Tue officers of the Rio Grande railroad in projecting the roulhern extension of lliat line nhouM Uke down a tnnp and by sup plemetiting it with i little general know ledgfiofthe topograph of the coun ry.fix upon thr point which will become the future metropolis nnd business center of the Ten i tory. We believe, when nil things are con" sidered. that Las Vegas is tho beat point for a permanent railroad t rminuR. This is the great radiating center for freight ronda to Santa Fa, Alburju Tqie, the Rio Grande valley, the I'ecos river, Las Cruces, Mesilla Silver City in f ct to all of N'ew Mexico and Arizona excepting the counties ofCo'fix and Mora. No point on the Hio Grande liorlh of the jomado can be ictide a chip jiing point for the extreme southern portion of the Territory. The Ftindy bottom of the Itio Grande can not be mudo a Iroiht roar1 The main freight route for ihnt cnuntry ic now nnd will always be down the peco end by way of Fort Stanton. This lowu then is the key to th? position. A railroad which terminates here can command ihe trade of the territory. It is not an unde veloped country but ore which now uti'mds ample trafiic to support a nilroad. In producís are al! cash; the cattle, the sheep the wool and precious mttals must all rapidly increase and afford a !arg6 amount of paying freight. The eastern portion of Colfax county abounds in undeveloped resources, it is true. The timber is good and the mines of precious muíala have hardly been touched A railroad could be built into the Parks o the mountains! and aid greatly in developing (he resources of that county but it would hardly pay the road lor a i umber of year. Such a route at was la. e ly traversid by Gov Hunt and his party from Trinidad tu Elizabethtown would lo for a or nch roud ai a feeder to a main line but would nut be practicable for a freight route. The exten lion of the line from El Mor. direc tly south to rock crossing of Red river or to I. a Jun ta, ormore properly to Las Vegas would be a pning route. The business of the Territory would all go over this line. The Hut Springs here would become ag'eat tanitaiium, as well known and at famous, as the Hot Springt of Arkautat. Th'srx tension would so increase the credit ef the road that the whole line from I'enver to Las Vega could le used as security fo.'ibe construction of a branch from Trim lad to .liiibethlown and Taos and the 3tn Juan country. To Lai Id what would prop erly be a branch first is like commencing to build a chimney from the top It seems that the Cmiloruia farmers, like those of New Mexico, have the bad liabit i f sending offdirty instead of tabbed wool. This certainly is a uicilal buniicu which not only brings a bad name to the grade of wool shipped in that condition, but the groweii s!to lore heuv.ly in ucli trai;s"C lioi.s by receiving reduced mus (or their t'aph-s. Of enrfell the dirt ii the wool and the freight thereon ii an act ml losa to the Ten it oí y in general, and the individual wlio tells such stuff in particular. If nobody dy wants to erect a Vimd Scounnga-id Assorting Ejiabiii-bmenti in iliis city, which is the comnHruUI centro of the I emtory in tkit staple, let tin f-trmert at lent tub wash their fleeces anJ reap the bentGl them selves, The papers lay tl.at Til l'n an t Hendricks d.d to' aree very well at 'h Sara-oca em- (erence. Ther represent different interests and diverse views on the currency question, and can not make them harmonize. Tilden proposes te stand en the rock routed ptin ripal of speeie reramptioa and go it alone if HtHrirli won't follow. It is thonght the Republicsn journals and organe will throw President Grant over board if he pardons the whisky ring con ticts. They will repudiate him at the Whigs did Tyler nnless h shows tome consider' ation for the party. A Salt Lake corespondent of the San Fiancisco Chrnnidc still asserts that the Mormons are looking to Now Mexico as the Mecca of their hopes. We want them to bring along plenty of money. Perhaps they will engage in the cultivation of peaches and othr fruits. Salt Lake peaches com m nd extra prices in the mnrkets. The climate of New Mexico is just as enod for peaches as Utah. We are not particularly fond of Mormons but could bear with them for the sake of peaches. Lot weather is the great complaint in the states, particularly the eastern states. People are of the opinion that there íb something wrong with the sun. It may be a wise dia pensaiion of providence to provide the necessary fervor for the political campaign or it may be the result of approving smiles on the Centennial celebration. Whatever is the cause, we will take the word of our eastern friends for tho assertion that the weather is warm. We have no desire to te?tit individually. With mountain breezes in the day and delightfully cool nihis, we would rather tend ubout hot weather than experience it. The Salt Lake Herald is of the opinion that New Mexico is a better country naturally t tin ti Utah. It is a better grazing country and the winters are not so severe. The lands are us productive and the utili zation of the supply of water will make fertile the barren lands. A correspondent ot ih.it pnppr denies that the alormor. colony on the Colorido Cni quito are dissatified, He says the coui.try i i good and requires but the hand of thrift and industry to make it blossom as the rose. Lerdi de Tej tdu was reelected President id Mexico by a large popular majoiity. Lerdo promise ! faithfully that he would not vspire to tho Piesid.-ticy the second time, ff ho was elected the fiM. He thought that a croat necestity existed for his re- lection, which was probably the fact, and modi stly permitted his iiume to be used for a second term. . Tresiiienl Grant thinks Haye's letter of HC.-eutance exibits bod taete. Ho dwells too much on reform in the civil service, just as if the Presidents administration was open t3 cr'ticisni in that respect. u em: II A I. NEWS. Tho Reese River region, California, is literally filled with grasshoppers. Thousands of dollars worth of Jraia was lately destroyed by fire in various sections of California. Thp young ladies of Oregon are bound to "let no single man escape"' during this l?ap year if danii' i'u'imr is correct. Th Chines.. -n th'? Pa illec inst nreg.it. t'ng c!e!" rafe. They ore se:itir.g vengesince against all and everyone, who tries to pro sfcutp one of their number for dishonesty or Instability. Mormon emigrants from England and the Scandinavian states arrived in Utah lust week to the number of COO. The Herald cays that immigration has large'y decreased this year to all other port'oug o' the United States, excrptinz Utah. . . Col Merritt's Expction drove the hostile Indians back to the Red Cloud Agency on he 15th inst tin From sta'istips furnished by eastern ex chants we notice a great mortality in the lnrce cities on secoimt fifth intense heat and fatal results o' 'instrokes. 1 he c illej.s b ys but rvmii;j on Santo- g- Lik'i w iv i !y tin I.h.?'i oirsnieu in the Uiiiverai y. Freshui'vi and Single Sculj contests, and thus Ci.riiel! Collcgo crew had a sweeping victory over lUrvnrd, second, Colnmbi.i ihird, and Wesli-yan, Pr'ncetown and Union in the rear. ISI Secrelary Chandler has iin ar:led n stupendous fraud to tl.p Indian Trust Fund. In addition in the X70.000 taken by Jacob Thompson. lincha riMi't Pirrelsiy of l he Interior. $I.5'K).000 in Csfli was taken out by st me of I lnMnpson's predecessors md by various kiod of Southern bonds, inc'ud ing Ofi.OoOin bunds of the Tennessee Turn pike pisiuiij, and others equilly valueless The LT'iitd "states, ai trustees, owes the Indian Fund not only the million and a half thus prsciical'y abstracted, but also the n:eres! thereon, so that, the goernment has atiii.'y been defrauded to the amount of between fl e snd :v miHiorii.. Tlie two hnuseg ,( C. nrei agreed opon thefoiloving conference committee report on the army appropriation bill: That th whole subject matter of re form and reorganizador, of the army shall be referred to a commission, consisting of two officers of the army, who are to assemble a so,m as practicable and to re per to con rres thrnjüh the PiesIJent by the first day of the npxt teasinn of Congres. Sutlert sha'i hi appoitted hereafter by eonnciif of administration compuW of army cflicers. 800 Indian scmiU to be emp'nytd in the Sioux campaign. The pere-iel of the army it ts be 25.000 mea and the number of eoWtd men in the signal ervice 600 A Western fat boy wat transferred last Friday from the Erie broad ginge to a narrow gauge train of the Lehigh valley foad at Warerly, His name is David Navarre, and be hails from Illinois. Ha wst on Us way to the Centennial. Pit parentt, who are both small people, accompanied him. This Western boy is fourteen years and six months old; and weighths 47S pounds, ne is six feet and seven inches tali, measures three feet and four inches across his shoulders, and girts six feet and seven inches aiound hit hips. H occupied the whole aisle as he walked through the car. One of the turnstiles at the Centeniii l grounds was the scene of a ludicrous, inci dent on Tuesday, A fat boy, 14 years of age, visited the Centennial, and upon reaching the usual places of entrance found it not only impossible to pass through any of the stiles, but even uncomfortable to stand in the narrow alley way leading to the automatic contrivances. The gatekeep ers were powerle8 to reuder assistance oi advice. Their orders were to permit no. body to pass into the grounds except through tho mile, and yet (bis npplicantwas in the mos? literal ense a '"body." What whs to be d ne? The b y had nis fifty cent piece in his hand and demanded admission. The department of admissions was applied to. a hurried ccnsultation was held, and us last resort the heavy youth was admitted through the w.igon gate. ii '!l ain't wntin' dis yeer. boss." said a venerable "a key to n gentleman from whom he had solicited ten cents ''j-s'ter pet de ole nigeer a dram" ' I ain't wotin' dis year, cause I sen dey gwine take de comman' funi Giner'IGrar.t. I ain't foolin' wid politiciis no how, Demo I woted d mo' money I Ins' indat Freedman Bank. Deywuzj a milkin we righterlong ." "Why didn't you make a fuss about it?" querried the gentl. man. ''Lor', boss! W'at de reet!n de finllet don't cacklj w'en dn nigser come 'lone'un lif. him off-m de roos'J" The gentleman eo'ildnt face the conundrum , Sav t'nnnh Sews. Aun Filian' Oivofec Suit. SbIi Lake. July So. The case if Ann Eliza Young against Urigham Young fur divorce wa-, up before Jndüe Shnffer to day when the following rulings were made: That as Ann Eliza claimed to have been married to Brigham Young, which the defendant did not deny, but denied that fhe was his legal wife; that as the Contest was as to the legality of tho marriage, tho court could properly grant alimony during the suit. The motii n fur a personal attachment upon the defendant f ir contempt of court in not paying 000 per month alimony was denied, as ihis is n h:irsh measure, while a milder mentis would be sufficient The motion to strike out, ths am.mdnd a nswer of reference is overruled, and evidence in the main case us ordered to be taken before a commissioner. It is probable that an execution will be asked fur by the plaintiff asa means of collecting the alini iny "heretofore anrded, while the defenre will no doubt usk for a reduction of the nliinony. - The DcNlroyluff Angela. Salt Luke City, July 21. Early yesterday morning John U. Young, one of the report ers o: the Daily Tribune, while going from the ol'ioe to Lis resilience, was waylaid by fout of Urigham Young's iJunile Hand of "Distroying Angels," who attempted to murder him. Mr. Young is a nephew of Brighum, and has become extiemel) obnoxious to his undo and the Mormon priesthood by reason of his connection with tilt. Tribune, a Gentle paper, which oppos es Mormons, and shows up theii habits mid t-rims. Orders were issued by Young to destroy bis nephew, and these four men were set apail fur the bloody woik. One of them stationed at a s reel corner ding ot.ally across from the oflico to give noiiee of Young's dep irture for home, and the other secreted tlieuise Ves behind trees in Irui.t his residence. Wheuthe signal was. given they all tna le their nppearauce simultane ously. One xfihem approached him, my iiig: "You're the man we are looking for," and was about to seize bim when Young facing him wit;i a socked revolver, backed into the yard, and told h'tn if he advanced another step he would k 11 him. The move ment was so sudden that the leader w.is thrown off his guard. I he neighbors, hear ing the noise, turne t . the dour with lights aud Yoiii.g escupa I H'sassiii ilion, IM PoalagevM Printed Matter. PoT 0Kle.'K UBPAHTaK.NT, WasLingtun, U. C.Ju.y 13. IsTO. Sin: The fallowing sections of a law have been passed 1-y Congress and approved by tbe Presnlerit; "sac. 15. That transient newspapers and magazines, regular publications design ed primarily for advertising purposes, or fir frte circulation at nominal rates, und all printed matter of the third clase except ensealed circulars, shall be admitted, to, and be transmitted in, the rn-iiU tt the rate of one cent fer every two ounces or frac tional part thereof, and one cent for each two additional ouncet or fractional part thereof; and the tender of any article of the third class vf mail natter may write bit or her name or address therein, or tni tbe out side thereof, with tbe word "from" above or proceeding tbe ime, or taj write brie flr or print oa any package th.i number and name of the articles inclosed. PnbUsbert of newipapjri and periodical may print on tbe wrapper! of newspaeri or Bagaii net test frota the oSrt ef pabli'jalioB to regular subscribers the time to which tubs criplion therefor bat been paid, and ad dresses upon postal cardt and unsealed circulars may be either written, printed, or affixed thereto, at the option of tbt lender. "Sec. 16. That all acts, or parts of acts in conflict with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed." On unsealed circulars and ail mailable rartter of the third dass other than that designated in tbe aforegoing lection, postage will be charged at heretofore, one cent for each tiunce or fraction thereof JAS N. TYNKR. Postmaster Central LOCALS. The d.-g s'ar raceth, Melons, green cucumbers sn 1 their atten dant ills are becoming common im Sheriff Jaramillo returned Tuesday with his prisouers from Santa Fe. .. , Corn never looked better than in this portion of New Mexico this year. .. rr- The Pueblo Indians nf the Jiio Grande supply this market with apricots. applfe3 and other fruit. Green torn and chili verde have made their appearnnce. The river has been lull all week iodicat ing henVT rains in the mountains, A juvenile concert tmnspires al tbe Pres byterian Church monday evtuing. Adinis' Bion 25 cts. . Fishing is Hie excusrf for seeking the 8i quartered shades and cool dells of tiie upper river. A large and beautiful variety of hats at BLANCH ART) 4 CO S. Kewing; .llncliines. Messrs. Hickman ft Givens received the other Week one hundred SIXGErf SEWING MACHINES. They had sold out the most of their stock prior to re ceiving this dew Lo 'I bese machines are of every class nnd Rtyin and all who desire to purchese should avail themselves of the opportunity nt once. Store oh the north side of the piazn. ttt'CffJi Ilvrsca und Harness. of Sam. Knhn for sale Cheap. Enquire at the ctllce of SAM. KOPN KOf ICK. At I desire to change my businejs, I hereby notify all j ersons indebted to me to make payment before tho 20th of July; otherwise, I shall take tteps to collect by process of law PRANK CHAPMAN HMI NOTICE TO TRAVELERS. All partiesen route to ami from New Mexico will ilo well to Uke the lower military roud in eJoliax Co., crosdlnn the. Cimiirron at eiureia's rnni-ll, where Joseph IMIirook lias ronsti-tieleil a briilc nei'oss the Btieum ami lias on hiiml iilniiul.int ii:iy ami trr.iiii. C"iT:il are pruv iiU-'i anil Hie In--I iii',ciinoil.iiions win teoli iaineil I'or man ami lienst, Tlio louil isa g il one tliroii'.'liuiil, miii'li lietler llniii the upper lai;c road . This mute is a riiviiijc in itlslaneu between Las Viyss mi the Italon .Mouulains of at least 0 mile over the Mpj.'-r roinl. -.t4t Ilarness and suildbs in gre.it number at. iJLAVCUAR!) it CO'S The weather is j-it warm enough in this longitude to innke people lazy. It does not affect Ilea Mi serious')- as in the east, ' tu Tl.e sraiill grain is r'jiming f r t:e harv est. A good crop is predicted, if hail sienna and fl joils do not iij'irc it Children carriages (New i-tylts), boy's carts nnd Wagons, household furniture and all such bulky goods are sold at cost, freight added by BLNCHARI).H,o. An emigrun bound for Arizon i accident ally íhot himself through the leg wid a six shooter, nt La Junta one d iy this week. Thewo'ind is a bad one and :he lim1) will probably have to tie smpnlnted. Horse s'ealingis becoming C minion these hard time. Neck tin parties Will become fashionable if the former amusement is indulged in too frequency. The trial of the two soldiers ofthefxh cavalry fr murder in this county was had at the late term of c urt in Santa Fe Hon. T. B Catron wa attorney for the defend ants. He made an aid- defense. Thejnry were ou 24 hour and fild to agree upon a verdict. The prisoners were remandtd to the jil of this county to await anothor trial DIRSOI.lTIO.t. Las Vf OAt S. M. July 1st 18X f Notice is hen bv given that the firm of C ess 4 Co., gnvrrniTient freighters, is dissolved by limitation and expiration of contract. Jaco Gross lkmo Baca RtCftiRD Dcm. mm "La! mel' aaid Mrs. Partington, beam in g mildly thrt-ugh bef gold rimmed spec taeles, "womn do make tucb a fuss ahint impa:fing boy'a clothet. Now, there's Isaac, who hardly gtet a day without tear ing something. lie used to keep me about detracted with work till I went and bought me a tewing machine. I Wat very ctrrfuly to get one that had plenty of room under tbe arm, to that when la tore hit pints I could put thtm right under the machinwi:b oat taking Isaac Oat of them Tbt machina It ia tbe reyoíairg roo, Doctor, and I'd like to hava you see it." saying which the led tbe way to where Ike was discovered seated before a "Light-Running Drmenic," busily sewbg the cat up in tbe good old lady'a rag bag." ftoal. Blanchnrd & Co have been shipping with, in the last two weeks ab Immense tjaantity of nl from this place, Anton Chico, and La Cueva. Considering tbe low prices paid for this staple thit year, their ability U, bardie wool must be widely known. Owners of she and dealers in wool will always find it to their interest to eel I to experience ed and reliable b'ivpr. - 1 Aertdent. El dia de Santiago was i-eiebrated here last Tuesdny by horse racing through the streets, A horse on which was mounted a youne man by the name of Pelre Duran collided with the torgue of a wagon, ihe end of the tongue striking b! of the should er of the horse, giving it a fatal wonnd tnd crushing the boys leg just below thn knee joint. Dr. Sutfin ws called In and set th bro'ten limb. The frr.rture is a bad one He appears however to be doing well a present. : Í-.M rr.itso.Ai.H. S. H. Wells of l a Junta favored Ls Vegas with his presence some days this wpnki Jat. Collins Esq. is among the visitors in town from Moth this week. John Hirrison Came -up front Anton Chico Thursday. Don Mauricio Mierr. of San Antor.io Socorro Co. Jroopped into the Oaiíitk office yesterday ahd had his name en rolhd f ir a years subscriptor,. b Franke'.ithal returned from La Junta yesterday. He stales that the emigrant who shot himself in the ley at that place is Dr. John L. Gregg of Sto typoiiit, Jickson Co. Mo. The bone was bádly shattered, lie has a wife and six Children. S. Jeffers at the Exchange takes pleasure in 8etlioL' up ire cool drinks these hot days. LINT OF ARRIVALS Lkrkilnce Ifoteli John Simon, New York, Peter Smith, Pbilutlelphla V. II, Sli'imaker, Fort Union. M. W. Millsi Cltharroh Willie Frank Los Alamos, Fr.id Wimaii. Elminton, Mo. Bill Manditrsou. El Aloro, Col.jr.idi S. II. Wells. L.t Junta. II 1J. Miller. V. 15, Fornight hnor vtrdj Sainu jl S ni 1 1 h, Boston. Dr. J. II h out, C ty. Dll J, W. THOMAS. Ojjice Hay'tBitildúg rut Of JFool, Hides and Telti, (.'orrected wt'.-klv for th GaraTT by S. Kohn. 1'nwnshfil, Mexican wool. ier pound ISueuts. Whit. washt't) " " M " ' irtiproir.i T.nmVs wool, white, wanhcd Hi-el' hlitcs, jrooil 15 10 ID ' iiiiminreii Sheen Pells, v. ell woole.l, per niece 15 a 20 or 7 cents per nouiul. ', " clipped, " Large (cos's, " 5nl0 15 a - or ia cents per nouna KMs, ' 5 !.nrowolf " " 1.'.0 Ca votes, " ' 078 Mi'les and furs at thme prires must tie of No. I quality. Tn the Working; Clama We can f irnish ton einiloyniuiit at which vim can mnVe very bireepiiy inyonr own .localities withoilt htUin away Irom hofhe over niifht. AKnts wnntcil in rVery towrt and eonuty to take nuliscriliers for The Centennial lieeonf. the larrest iniMtratioii in the filled Slates 10 pspes, 64 colnmusf fclrrrintlv Illti-traterti Terntsonly SI pervcar. TheKeeoiil Is (lvoted to whrtevcr is of fn'eresi eonneeted with the Centennial vesr. The (Jreat f'.xhiliition at rhlls'li'lphia is fully Hhi-tnled in detail. KvenlHMly wants If. Thewhnb people feel (ireat interest in their t;ountrv's Centennial Birthday, nnd want to know all about It. An elegant pntrlolie rrivon ilraninir premium iiieture Is presented free to each niliferilier. It Is entitled ''In rememlirnnce nf the fine íli.-ndredtli Al-ni-c siirvof the Independence ol Ihe fiillid Slates." Size. KShv 3ft inches. Anv one run herome a surcei.fnl itifent (T ,n( c)nvr Ihe paj er nil picture ana nun'lreiK ol n-i'rilK'rs arc i-ilv ohiainip evervwhere. There is no business that will pay like this at present. We hsve many ntfcnts nh'i are mnkinit sj hiph as t.O per day and upnapls. Now Is the lime: don't delsy. Reniemher it costs nnthinirto ive the business" a trial. Send for mtr circulars, terms, aud sample ííonr nf turner. Which n re Mnt iift tn nil wlin lÍyí do it to-day. Complete outfit (reeto tho,e who decide to eniriie. Firmer anl mechanics, and their sons nnd daughters mike the tery best Ol sgenii . AiDire-a, Tilt CEXTEXXIAL BECOUD. rortland, Maine. LT!(íAIjNOTICE. Antonia Sil? da Slonnje In tb Üístfict Conrt versus l Charles Monroe J Connty of Sin Miguel . The said defc'n Vint rtiirlei Üfnnrna la lierehr nollllM.lhat a snit in hancery has been com mened arsint him in the Oietriel C iiirt lor the Couuty of fan Miguel, Territory of .New Mexico hv the said iomiiliinsnt. Antonia Silba de Monroe: the relief prayed for beiritf a divorce mm ma nouns oi m-immony no-v existing net wren the said Antonia Silhade Monroe and the said Charles Monroe, on eroiint of the abandon IBnt of the sai l comn'sinsnl fir the defendant. That nnless the said riVenónnt, Charlea Monroe entera hi appearance In Mid tniton or heft the firot day of Ihe aext regular term of aaid eotirt emmenems-nn the tnn day or Aurust, a. i). 1-7S. decree pro Canjan, UiereiD.wUl be render- eo. airsinsi nim Jane 16ta 147 S. 3. rin. . m üegUter. Lt. ppt nscwra sltlor tot Callaaal JKAPOrcoiI-AX co. Kiwrixico. Fhowlrjall Important rw'orw, sltitrde rlvtrs roails, Miuntalm KeMtt, rrlrp, tin ler. rral and gnuing lands. The map U Utcn Ik id the Belu mtes ot irtual (i.tviyi ii,il u rif.rlv mtthematirslly rornet. Iiishiadeen a scsle ef four miles rb the inch and rhowt reartv all locations ufrancheaiu the cutera ftartlna fuU countv, li in Just the Snap for iLn t Cii.iZ to loesic stock range, tnictral r tlirUirlTmU In Ihe heal uortloa ntk,m A..l aSr'S P1! i.í,ii ' .W LSWIS fcftCMAX C. B. fiinufe. KewMexles). GO TO THE MDCNTAIXS OF COlO- líllV .iion,T0,.k SwtarelUllroanV Kamsas Citt via .thiíheautilul Aitausa Valle v o l'taato, tOLoaAPo SeaixoS, Dt.Nvia. IaxCJ Uir, UCUAKA8, ln .Noaraj Tkimdao SaÍÍ r anü all pomu in OoloraUu, h ktUtto U A,1UUJ,"- ÍPeeial rouuU trip tir.keu tu Uenver. only M, allowiug.top-ott priv,lw boti , iy, ou ihe mam line, anrt at Lolorario WiV. Maaitdu and Fik.''. l'fcak. Low tni"3rMl to the Sata Juan Mines-.. "Migrant aita -'lL" i'Atacs ;sniiirt ea between tha IiS.U.ri Kuer and Hock) 1, .," 7; I ahout chaiiKC tiose tonuect ous n,klie t l-ulh".. Í i.i. twins lot Dteimr ai d Ko.U.erí tJIor.üJ , T. J. Asitiao, in. i -an. Agl., IWUHA. XA. . kAKSÁh tAtlFIC RAILWAY. The only line fiom I at Auimat to Denvc t and all points in the Statee. It it prompt and safe, with ture connection! in Union Depots at Kansas City and 1 eavenwortbi Pullmah cars on all trams 'o and from Kit Carson. It givet ytti Through Tickett and baggage cbeckt to all principal points in the land. Always travel by our Pioneer Line, and Vbu will aave time and money. Mr. O. S Ltforu it Ginerel Superintendent, and Mr. E. A. Pariir General Pas, senger Agent, with officet at Kartai City. wt ... ,, iruen vou BO atlV .ere IhIi tha fki..!. t...:e- i7 ' 116351 K UB Aa"W7' FEIJX PAPA TISXfcR or LAS VGAS, KEW MEXICO. All kinds nf Tin, Copper, Zinc tad Shift ironware, dune to order. TIX IiOOFISG, ANb SPOUT1XO A IfZ 6hop North East Comer of I'lasa, la th Migui Uoiucro Uuil'-uug. AReut for Taussig Bro'rs & Co.f St. Louis lio., will py;tl.e biftift. CE' prices for wool, bidet, pelu r Administrators Notice. The undersigned having rcccivrd, on the Hlti day ol'Uriolei A. 1. 1X75, letters bl ailmiiiinlla lion I'runi the lion. 1'robate Court oí ban Miguel County, Territory of New Mc.ieo In tettlr up Hie eialv of l.ucien It. Ulaxwell, (Irceartil, all sons o iiom said ea.i le ia iinlibtiil, nie ailvixed tu irereul their ai-eoimts within H e t.n.e. j.vc: vriueti by law ; and all iroons iiiilthticl to ci.id e?tatt- tt'tv called opon lu fcllttt iluli.tii.utr!)' Ki.J thua uc tul ul Com I. LUZ B. MAXWLLL, Adiuiuiatralria. IT.Tr.ll M. MAXWELL, H.LLStOJt J A KA.MU.i.O, AUiuiuiilialors. Oct. lili Wt 111 FOR 1876. IS1D0R STEÜN. 1-toieK. E. Carter rf Drlsrr Hotel 1st V !( Jn rreliea and tariira l' recelviat; ai aaaatttfc atath I )tacnm, i wMcti rlin-aoMa! priesa fist wlH T1.T.A KVKTBfrY. BTr ean relv nrm rcirm .rrrr.t octurmi!' d 'Monr. good r their nwnfr, haa etwwbere. Otra ais 4! and hxif tor jovmi-i