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Tor nolesnte to i'onsrrosmt
" Next Tuesday Colorado" will hold her
first Stnte election.
On the iOih of October Ohio, Indbia.
Iowa, Oeorgia find West Virginia will Ainve
tbeir election, and whi. hcver way ihA two
first mentioned will g ', si will the UVion
gi in November.
The revolutionists in Mexico still keep up
the fixhl greatly to the disgust of nil good
citizens; and also greatly to the losi of all
enlerprisin? residents, nntive ir foreign,
who are ennged in busineis. Cortina and
his mnehacli33 are optinj ir the vicinity
of Matamoros. !Iu avs he will lake thai
city by tiifl 10th of this month, tie lately
receive fr m the Amncan si ie 101) kegs
of p jw lai anJ a gui upply of improved
It is eluim-d thrit machinery for the
umufacture of crtridjes for the revolu.
lionis-ls his been received in Oixati from
the United Slates. Six hundred Federal
troopi have arrived in the ule of Chihna'
hua. This i snpp.ise 1 t-.i be a sudicient
force to quell the rebellion in that region.
Henry A. Wise of Virginia died on the
12th of Seplember al Richmond. Wise
was a famom politician and an able speaker
He w.is. governor of Virgin i at Ihe time of
the John Prjwn raid at Harpers Ferry.
He has filled many important offices under
the Federal Government aud was a general
in the Confederate service.
The nvich til!:sd about priv.e fight be
tween Tom. Allen and Joe Goss came off
on the 7th of this month neir Walton Ken
tucky. The pmilUu fought -I rounds in
one hfiur and li'iy Iw.i minu'es. Allen
whipped finsbid'y. T,n- bitter waj almost
blind and clim?d f .nl.1 continually which
were ml V, i'vi l ti'iii! ihiiasl ronsd w'.ien
Allen s!nc l.im a he was falling. A
claim of foul was allowed fJosi and ihe fiht
Awarded to him. Tlri was roñadle! ed great
nji-'tCí lo Ai!en w'ua rr.ts evidently the
Victoria Woodbull has sued Col. Jamei
II. Wood for divorce. She charges hira
in the complaint wiib adultery. The
refere iu the case took the testimony and
nn the l r inst., filed a report, before J ustiee
Dyktrnt of N'w York City, recom trending
that ap akiolute diorcc be grar.ted. Vic.
tori.i. i'ller pniit'on lakes the name of her
father, her f.rtt huslund, from whom a.ie
was divorced, and her U'est husband, Her
cognomen i Victoria Clufflin Woodhull
7.to Clu-idW has t ikeo Carl Shurz off
5e w:ir path. Car! can't get his old
ápeeohes againsi tTtTaat out of his head,
consequently be mixes b'n campaign
eieechcs badly. He wnnt to speak against
Orant and support Haves at the same time.
I'essyt, lor institire, Hayes is no such
man as rnt. it nayes is eiecieo, be win
t irn o j. ofolficea'.l sach icrubs as Chandler. I
MortOJ etc ttc, and bave no kitchen
cibinet lt'e firant. The result is that .ack
has reached f ir C trl and reduced Lim to
(herat.ks. His list of appointuienls Las
been cane lied and he will make no more
epeeehes for Hayes; this is what the papers
say. Grmt d ei not propose to throw hi
ititluence for Hayes and take all manner of
abuse from stump speakers at the urne
time He proposes that the plunk o the
T-Uiform eii'!orsin;li!in shall mean some-
beneficent wjrlt for nigation wan
commenced by the construction oft coffer
dam over th rocliy obstructions, and the
water being pnmped out a ihaft wa tunic
to a (ufTiciwnt depth. From thia ten tunnels
wern run in different directions and every
ons of these ipaces perforated with drill,
which wan loaded with nitro glycerine, to
the kniotmt of 200 tuns of powder. After
the charges were in the water whs a'lowed
to rush in and fill tip the cavities and by
means of electric wius the whole was to
be blown np todsy. Although there will
not be much ofa convulsion upwards, it is
expected that the block, earthquake like
will be felt for miles around, $1,500,000
have been spent by the government until
now and considerable more will have to be
drawn from the treasury before the rock
which will be loosened by theiplosion
shall be removed enough to form a food
passage for all kinds of vessels.
It is best for those whj have yet never
taken any active part in national politics
or attached themselves tj either o( the great
national parties of Repub'ica n or Demo"
oral to wait a little longer, until alier the
October elections, and then rush into the
breach if it is desirable to get on thi wr
nine s'de Af er iLe Oetolt r el 'ctions it will
be time to
Jump brother jump, jump with rare
Jump on the sole of the winnnini
Tilden or Hayes
i ou need not caro,
Provided the niun
Who gels the chair,
Agrees to share
A little plunduire
With the poor votaire.
Jump brother jump, jump with rare
Jump on the side of the winnairo.
Lucius Robinson of Chemung county Laa
been nominated on the Democratic ticket
for Governor of New York, in phiee of
Horatio Seymour, declined Willium
Dcrsheimer of Erie is the nominee for
Tbii Black Hills Pionter thinks it is time
ihut shooting on the streets of Deadwood
should stop. August 18th two gamblers
engaged iu a shooting match at each other,
in which they wcuidcd two citizens sitting
rjuieuy irr tneir stores.
a ojspaicn received ny 'iir. Uoughiu
P -l.T. ...1. .
roí :ns us tnai roller Stockton, wh was
confined in the Cimarron jail on a char
of murder, made his escape on Saturday
nij;ht, with the aid of an accomplice.-?-
The execTTriorragftinet-T'tl!íaííi M, Tweed
in the suit of the State to recover f.om hira
$6,C8C.fC2, tO was yesterday returned un
satisfied. An exocution wss issued by
Noah Duvis on the 11th of May, and should
have been returned on the 10th of July. It
was kept back until yesterday on account
of Attorney General Fairchild's delay in
answering the Sheriff request for instruc
tions, An execution against the person
will probably be issued immediately, direct
ing the Sheriff to produce Mr, Tweed with
in sixty days.
Returning trom a camp meeting near
Spring Hill. Kansas, on the evening of
Sunday last, the driver of a w.igin contain
ing ten persons, missed the road and pie
cipitatel tvery person, the wagon and
hordes over a cliff of sixty feet. A Miss
Maxwell, in the airy flight, was fastened
under one of the horses, and is about the
only person fatally hurt; the rest escaped
with slight braises. IIars.es and wgon are
Portland, Sept 13 The reiurrs reciiv
ed tlnis'far g;ve 10O Republican and 21
l)um.cratie representatives elected. There
ar? thirty towns to heir from, which will
probably make n final showing iu all of 1 1 1
Republican and 40 Democrat.
Returns. mwt i.fficial. frr in three hiin
dred and eighty ix towns iu a total vote
oflüó.TTl give Connor (Rep.) for Cover
nrr T0.530, and Talbot (D.m.) 03,241.
Connor's mejority, 13,2X9, 'ihe same towns
last year, in a total vote of Klí5,ó.'1,4, jnv
Connor 53.870 and Roberta 41. CM; Con
Ninety-threo small towns dm! plantations
which threw 8.131 votes last year have not
yet been heard from.
An Englishman, regretting the prrnent
uselessnrss of Mount Vesuvius, suggests
that the crater be converted into a recep
tacle for dead bodies, and proposes the for
mation ofa company which will run funeral
trains from different parti of Europe to the
It is said that two nt-w and distinct breeds
of sheep have lately ben introduced into
Knglar.d from the west coast of South A me
M.. f - 1 . . 1-1
rica. 1 De tirst are two not, wnue wooieu
sheep, each having four massive borns, two
of which have a forward curve ovtr the
head while the other two curve downward
under lln eyes, giving the head singular
appearance. Of the second, which are said
to be a species of the llama and alpaca,
there re three, one male and two females,
which are thickly covered with long, dark
brewn. but exceedingly fine bair or wool,
which islighly prized by the nutive Indiana
fir the manufacture ol their more delicate
fabrics. The male Hands about three feet
hieb at ihe shoulder.
The grea rifle match for the champion
ship of the world between the American,
Scotch, Irith, Australian, and Canadian
teams, resulted in a victory for the Ameri
cans. The match tti shot at Creedmoor
and occupied two days, the 13th and 14th
- tie Americana bad a grind
t of Sd'fl JKi.íÜMV,
leading the field by 22 points. The Irish
took eeond place with 3,104 for a grand
total, and were 42 ahead of the Scotch.
The Australians and the Scotch had the
(.me number, 8.002. The Canadians made
a grand toUl of 2,023 points.
The following Hepublicati central conn
mittee was appointed by the late Conven
tion: m Ureeden. l'resiücnt. Antonio
Ortiz y Sale zar, Santa Fe county,
Aniceto Valdee. Taos eoun.y, George
Gregg. Mora County. A. J. Howell, Col
fax county, Eugenio Romero, San Miguel
county; Francisco Sulazar, Rio Arriba
county, Mariano S. Otero, Bernalillo
county, Antonio Jose Luna Valencia county
Antouio A bey ti, Socorro county; Pablo
Melendrex Doña Ana County. Johr. S.
Ketcham, tiran county, Florencio Gonza
les, Lincoln county.
St. Louis, September 12. A meeting of
the representative members cf Western
railroads was held in this ci'.y to day,' the
ohj'eet being to prevent the pro rating sys
tem, which has been so damaging to West,
ern interests. The business of the meeting
progressed for enough to warrant the statem
etit that the roads interested will pool their
freight -arnirgs; thrt regular rates wll be
enforced and the earnings of all the roads
will be placed iu one pool, then divided
among the roads iu proportion to the mile,
age of transportaron. This will prevent
cutting of rates, and the roads also agree
not to carry freight for Eastern roads at
less rates than those charged merchants and
other pal rous. The roads represented at
the meeting were the Chicago, Rock Island
and Pacific; Chicago, Burlington and Quin.
cy; Missouri Taeifio and Atlantic and
Pacific; Chicago and Alton and St, Joseph;
St. Louih, Kansas City and Northern; Mis.
souri, Kansai abd Texas: and Kansas City.
St. Joe and Council Bluff.
Chicago, September 0 Mr. Garrison
stated to-day that under the new organiza
lion, an act of incorporation for which has
already been epplied for, the Missouri Pa
cific will be run entirely separate from the
Atlantic and Pacific; that eneh road will
have 3 distinct Board cf Directors, aud
that the. Missouri Pacific will be operated,
in the iliterest, as far as possible, of St,
Louis and Missouri, The new board will be
composed a ho!ly of Missouriami, outside of
himself, and among those already decided
upon are; O. K. Garrrison, Oliver Garrison
D, A. Garrison, W, It. Garrison' Charles
B, Chouteau, Webb C. Samuel and Joseph
L. S'evens. The new organization is made
on :he bnsid of $800,000 paid up stock, of
which Garrison will take $600,000-, This
money is all to be expended in the purchase
of steel rails and other improvements for
the road. It is understood that Colonel
Garrison will make go id the S'. Louis
Couuty claims of three-qoarters ofa million
and with this settletn2t)tnll litigation igainsl
the road will cease.
The Court nt Taos.
We glean frou the Seic ilexicm the fol
lowing proceedings of the court at Te.os;
M. W, Mills was fined $23 for an assn'ilt
Duvid Crockett fired J30 for carrying
M, M. Chase fi ied $25 fur carrying
Frank. Alexander and five asojiates
were coavicted of riot,
Alexander was sentenced to six months
imprisonment und the other five tú 10
In thecaso of tie Territory vs. Osar P:
McMains and othe rf , charged with the
murder of Crux Vega, tbu Alton. 17 ( en
eral announrerl that he was ready to try
the defendant McMair.?. The defendant
was represented by Messrs. Lee and
Springer f f the Cimarron bar, who stated
that the defendant was not prepared for
tria!, ano filed mi alfidavit for coniiiujunce
After considi. rabio discussion the coutt
granted a cootiniini-re, stating that it aid
so as a mutter of grace to the d-;findant in
consideration of the Eerious nature of the
J Porter Stockton, charge I with the mtir
dur of Antonio Arcibio nt Cimarron, who
was arrested iu Colorado and brought back
upon a requisition, was arraigned, plead
not guilty, n l applied for a continuane;
granted. Messrs. Lie, Springer and
Mills were assigned as counsel for the
Iu this connection we mention the fact,
that in th Stoikton case the prisoner was
before the court within ten dys from the
time the requisition wai issued The prompt
wetion of the Colorad authorities, andot
Sheriff Rinelart, who was the agent of New
Mexico to receive the prisoner, is highly
Our special correspondent writing from
Lincoln under date Sept. 7th, says: we are
still having news here, smother man ki'led
John H. Reilley"! clerk was shot dead by
accident. George Gir.n. Esq.. the great
inventor of the dry washing procees is here
with bis patetit in his pocket and bai sent
for an engine which will be in the Jicarillas
about Nor. 1st. He ie building his mach
inery here aud calculates on cleaning thirty
ton of dirt rer day. He bus located a
large lot of land in the Jicarillas that wil
yield from fifty to sixty cenia to the pan
He can wash twenty-foar hundred pans a
day and ran aave upwards cf one hundred
grains of g'ild. All who are' desirous of
making a fortune can do to in hot baste by
coming tJ tr.e Jicarillas and lotumence by
taking up claims, getting a patent right
from Giun and two bono power engine
U '. nk 1.. J,I!MM.J i .
ijs 1 . t ..- j ,
IK. Any one can take oulf . ..a day Hear
of expenses. This place is bound tobe
the bonanza spot of New Mexico inside of
six months. Col Willison will be here in a
few days on the same business. There 1
gold enough in the Jicarilla and Nogal
mountains to pay the national .debt and
leave some to lend to Spain fir carrying
on the war in Cuba. A person investing
fifteen hundred dollars here can get l ia
money back inside of twelve months and
be a rich man. Rut forty gallons of water
a day ia needed to operate with, of which
there is plenty close at hind to supply all
that come. Patent rights will be sold
at reasonable prices after it is proven
publicly that they are really what they are
represented. Mr. Ginn is a brother of
Lawyer Ginn of Silver Ci y, ia a high mird
ed geutleman and no doubt is certain
but that bis invention will prove a success
Chicago, Sept. ió. A Times special
carrespondent with Gen. Terry telegraphs,
under date ci Fort Bufnrd. mouth of the
Yellowstone, Sept, 8: "The final breaking
up of (ten. Terry's command orcurred
yesterday morning, and iM the troops are
now en route for home, wiili the cxeepiion
of iw regiments of infantry, which will
vinter at tbe mouth of Trngue river. 'I he
Montana ttoops, numbering 230 infantry
and 120 horse, and including 70 infantry
and the Seci:d Cavalry, under Gen. Gib
bon, left for Fort Ellis, with a waggon train
and supplies for eighty days. I hey will
follow the old Stanley trail. The route is
teeming with hos'iles, and is 1 JO mika
long. They may encounter a large war
party in the Big Horn country. They have
been in the field since March, and arc
poorly clad for tie cold weutber and fierce
storms which sweep ovtr the prairies at this
season. The Twenty. second Infantry have
been left at the mouth efGIendive creek,
and hare begun the construction of a stock
ade. They will remain until N iv. 1, or
A despatch just received from Get:. Sher
man countermands the order to winter a
regiment 0!' eavalry on the Yellowstone,
which renders a winter campaign impossible
and indefinitely postpones the subjection of
A Myatertona Iuel
Denver. (Yd., Sept. 11 A most extra
ordinary duel occurred yesterday near Co
lorado Springs, Ihe ciiviiiustances ofwhien
are shaded in mystery, as nothing i.s known
of the nfTsir. save the findine of the body
of A. .1. i. S 'lliesi'iiier, or,., of the parlies.
Schlesiiignr w;i privatu se. retary ot (jen.
Palmer. President uf the Denver and Rio
Grande Railroad. He left a note saiiug
ho would fight nt a pertnin time md place
nnd if he Mi ihe otro-r party would never
be known. Ti e pr'y went to ihe plaee
and f.mnd bis bly dead and cold.shi.f
through the l.mil- K.ver)th,iig indicvteil
that he fell in a dmd, but iio in ee of the
other party was loiu.d beyond trucks in
I IK A I. Si.
County viMirmi's for sale i-hoap; inqirre
at this offieo.
Fine, Fn all, Fr-m-h i-andi.-a at
See proceedings of the i-omtni.ssiouers of
the I.ns raxf (ir' t on the epnníith side.
All who Wilitluj 1:1 a H I'll Ibill Cbdi
el J IT. Rros. store 1 ti
Sunday ni ! u'ebiel; n. ni
- - -
On or about the !3 h dar I Sep t m' or
187'i, a large Newlmifidlnnd lb g, jet bl ick.
answers to ihe -.mine of K,mt:h 1. A
suitable rewiirJ w'll be paid for ihe recovery
of (he sat: c.
Re'um to Capt. Cmirad, Furl lnt n New
Mexico, or to the GsZkttk Oliice, l.a
Vflgtn New Mexico.
Sep-. If 70.
Vi'r call utteiiMuii to ihe ci.rd of J. K.
Lint. iV. (' , t-íSl. I. ( tr'a Mo. They
vertise as Dealers in wool and purehshin;;
tgnts for Hierchants. Ii is of great id van
tage to merchants to have in tl.e tarta
relit 1 1 fin:, well pus'i-d in the values of
11 limn 1 merrhar.'ii.', from which you
can order uh the aiuratice of haling
your purchase promptly made and it
lowest rate. They sell large quantities f
goods to theii corresponden! I They can
always command very low prices. They
are primp', iu taking the benifits of Huc'.ua
lions of the market and give notice of any
favorable change etc. Give them a trial.
TICE TO TRAVELER.
All iiarties en mule to and from New Mexico
will .lo well to take the lower militan road in
Colfax Co.. croasina the Cimarron
at tin ma's mm h, where Jukeph llollirook has
constructed a bridge acros the etrtum and ha
on hand aluindsnt liar and gniin. Corrals are
DmtUleil and the IMstt ecconxMiatlons runiicoli'
laineil for man and liesxt. The road is a xmxt
mr throiiKhoul, much better than Ihe upper since
road This nntte is a saving in distance hetween
Las egss an Ihe Halon Mountains rfat least 20
miles over trie Nir roan.
HmfMf, Hrae nnd llarnewa.
of Sain. Kobo lor tale cheap. Enquire at
the office of
The delegates to the Convention at Santa
Fe returned Sunday 1st", with flying colon.
A ratification meeting wat held Monday
evening at the Court House. Tbe meeting
wat large and enthusiastic. Col. Abreu.
Sheriff Jaramillo and othert made speeches
and gave an account of their doings at San'
ta F and ihe goo J prospects of the nominee
for election. Mr Trinidad Romero made a
short and well considered speech accepting
tbe nomination and thanking the delegates
aud the convention for ihe honor confered
on him. Tbe nomination of Mr. llnaas-ro
was well received by the inbaVfanit of San
, Mir""' eo'inly who
J n).jnr;,T rrbi.n,
ill roll .ap
New MOWING MACHINE and RAKE
for sale cheap for cash by.
We are in receipt ofa short communica
tion, ligned W. L. it P. V., stating that
the late ball at La Junta was a successful
affair, well attended, plenty of champaign
We learn that a mexican by the name of
Lopez was found cead on the road, near
the store of Chas. I Ifeld in La Junta, last
Tuesday, flehadbjen thrown in a ditch
and was slightly covered with earth. The
body looked at if the man had been drug to
death on the road by a lariat.
Thuisd ay of thia week a little son, nine
or ten years uf age, of Gregorio Jaramillo
was accidently tilled under distressing
circunslances. He was leading two mules
tied together with a rope, lo water. The
mules became frightened and caught the
t'iQ rope around the boy's neck, breaking
his neck. One of the mules whs rery vicious
and bit nnd kicked the helpless boy, multi-
lating him in a horrible, manner.
. 0 1
Frank Clmpmnn lis Again made his np
pearance on tie tired, nearly well of his
G. W, Stoneroad came in yesterday from
his ranche. He has just cimpleted a
long j.)iirneT with his sheep from California
through Arizona. He started with 10 000
head and bought 000 head while cn route.
On counting his .-beep he finds that he has
10.300 head, having lost only G00 head on
tho journey. That is n hut we c;.i! a suc
Gen. Sheridan has gone to Fort Laramie
to arrange the Indian campuign for the
MKT Or ABKIVAl.il
Fernando Gallegos. Chaperito.
Mayer Lrvison, City,
James II. Stewart, Fort Stan, in. .
Jas D. Wolf.
I!. Pead'cton, Trinidad.
W. L. Weston, Dei.ver, Col.
J W. Cone, Puerto de Lui a
A. 1!. Mt!iws Kansas City, Mo.
J. K S!ah,rd, I. S. A.
John Kirksou, San .liir.n.
V. We'seh. Pueblo.
A. (ireen. .1. Price, W. Van. B jb. Wilk
mh, Cn itortiia.
Jose Jaramilbi, l.os Lunas.
I'ile.-tur Jariiinill 1, Fori Sumner,
(j. W Stoneroad. California.
J. lv. McGowan. Trinidad
Es'on VcGownn. Trinidad.
DEAL Fits y WOOL,
JO:toriti Tltlrtl Street.
DM J. W. THOMAS.
Of TTocl, Ili.irs mi relt,
l n.Te.-red wekly for In :7r.i rk by . Knhn.
I'HYTHsliel. Meir;in wnM, pr poiu-.d
White, u lieil " "
I A a 20
IjimVs wool, white, nadied
Ih-ef hides, (food
sheej. Pelts, well aooled, per piece
or 7 cent- per pounu.
', " clipped, " " -'-alO
Ijirgi-iroBls, " ' iia
I IJ cent" tier iiminu
l-iirxewolf " '
lainlni " '
liide and ftirs at these prices must be of So. 1
MAPortoi.FAX co. sr,wr,XHo
Sliowlnfr all Imixirtant features, attilud rivers
rosds, Mountains Mesas, springs, lili ber, eoa
and srazinK lands. The map Is Isken trom llie
held notes f actual aurveys and is nearly
mathematicallv cnrrsrl. It is made on a scale
of lour rniles'in the inch and shows iirarl; ail
locations of ranche In the eastern portion oí the
count v. 1 1 Is lust the map for ilov-e whodesiie
1 to locate stock ranires, mineral or limlarr tsnls
in Hie bet portion of e Jlixice. -rn e i,w
Santa r e. Sew Mexico
Saddler and harness Maker!
Shop eat side of the I'Uxa.
Msnnfarturer snddrati-r in"afifornia sa'Mles
and llame nfalt kinds, saddle tree uarrnwH
d.iwn. collar cut and warranted lo tit. Harness
cleaned and repaired wlih neatness and dispjlrh
A.'l work warrenttsl fur one year w iih lair us
X. It I warrant mv saddles not to hart a horse
and will make llame h onb-r cheaper than
. rnn t honft.l rlsesihe. H I t nann-al
HOMETUIX1 tlORTH KKOWI.
Colorado ha a new line of Railroad extending
from ttieblu down ILe Arkansas valles through
Southern Kama, to Kmimm lily iü'Alchie
a the Mittouu river, v. hrr connection it mat
with all the great tmuk lines lor ill ( oinis In
the United Slate, and Canada, avoiding Uilioi
Wlijutatl vexatious I muster. Ihis is Ihe tent
built, and bett eiiii,tü road In Iht west. V
have Just received our new line uf fullman
Talare Sleepers, aud they ar Iht-most luxuriant
in Ihe country. The only hae equipped with aiv
brakes and mfety platl'01 nis. Trv it. M hen j 111
send rant for Iriemls ak them tu'lrT It. t ut de
tailed informaiiun, maps, time talles, elc, sd
drx J. T, Amikkiok,
tíen'l. Pass. Agt. Tptka, K.
l Bradlkv, Uen'l, Agi. I'utllo, Celcret!o.
ta Ibe Horklag ( ia-We van aiinirh
eiiinii juiuut at which vu canniakvry
luii'e i,u) .ar own lueuiiiies wrthodt leins;
)' Iroiu hum over uight. Ageais wautm ..1
every luu and couiny to take subscribers 1, r
t he U-nteuual Keevrd. the largenl puliliratioii in
the t nicd Statts 10 pages, W clunius; Klegantlf
llluitlraicdi terms only $1 pervear. 'J he hocuió,
is devuted to whrtetcr is ol ii.ivresl ouiu eu d
vMlh the t emenulnl jur. Tl.e t.ienl : hibitii.u
al l-kiladelphia i mllj illustiaiid ii, mail.
Kveryhtidy h anís it. 'Jl ewli li niU il tieat
interest iu llieir loimlrj 's t u.1,1 i,,) limLdnv,
and want lo know all aln.ul it. An i-hkj.i
V itriolic crayon draHing i iin.icm t incur is
pivtcnteil li te lo euch win riler. It is cMilli 4
"lu iriiieinhranrc of the Une llin.ilii 1I1I1 Ah-uharHai-y
of the Independence ol U.u I aiud
State. ' Sue, -J3 by ;iu iiuhts. Any a vuu
bue.n,c a cueces tnl agent for but s-lmw Hie ini er
an l picture mid hundreds ofctiserihers aie i-uhilv
obthiu.ip every v here. There is no busiima ll.a'i
will pay like ihia at present. We Imve manv
RRcnls who are making as high :.s iiil 1 er dav
and upwards. Now is Use lime: t'mi'i Oclnv
üenitmber it costs imlhii'to jrive tl.e l usii css'a
Irial. Iratid for our circulara, terms, ulul ennipia
eoj-.v ol paper, v, hieh are sent iree 10 all who
ayplvjilo itlo-dhv. (.onipleteuutf.tlVeeintiui.
who decide to enaiiKc. iininers and n.eclumics,
and their sons and dutigMcrj make Ihe very 1 est
. , .. lut MAL ELÍ'0I1.
1 ortlard, Maiue.
KA.NKAN rACiriC RAILWAY.
The only line from l as Animus to l.'enrer
and all points in the States. It is prompt
and safe, with sure ccimrc'.ions iu Unit 11
Depots at Kansas City and 1 eavcuwodh.
Pullman cars on all trams to and (rem Kit
Carson. It gives yon Through Tickets and
baggage checks to all principal points in lhr?
land. Always travel by our Pioneer Line,
and you will save time and money. Mr.
O. S I.vnmi) is Gjneral Sjerinlti.dint
aid Mr. E. A. Farkir General Pas
senger Agent, with offices at Kar tax City
We would again remark, when you goai.y.
where take the Kansas I'luiric Hailway.
DISTRK t ri i n r
County 01 tun Jligi.cl
Thrmns R. Catron i
versus I (.tiM'.ecry
I.'irciio l.ubuiUe and j-
rtsyos Lubu't.e )
i;mlcr and by virtue of an rrder ms'le In thv
nlovetniifUd eaiife. on the IVlh day ot Aiigufl
A.ll.iU, tiia uudersiiriied 11 Sj'.ciul Mu.-iei ,
uppoililed h Ihe Court ur Unit I1I111.1..-C -,v 111 11
tit pulilie iiut'liiin iu Die ton n of I.ns Yq'io e. only
of Mili Mljii.vl in Ihe Territory ot Nc .Mexico iu
IVulilof t Use piuiiitM'H lien under inenlioin i on
the lstli d:iy ol'Uclober next, in 111 o'clock of tho
forenoon of Unit day, 11. e follow ioj ilcM'nbed
premies to wit: All Unit ceitnin lot ol lnr.,1
und biiinlliiKs llieirou siiiiale 1:1 li,c tow 11 ol la
Vegas ci iinty of San Miguel and 'ierritiu v i.f
.New Mexico, bounded on liiv uorlb d lite public
plur.a of said tou n, on 1 tic ast by the piopcm
ol cerdiiiaud Wuauer, un the Soulli liv a snei't
ol said town ami on Ihe west by proj,cr'tv ol Lo
renzo Lopez, bciuc forty eiiit Vcet ide and ut
hundred and Ineuiy feel lung, Ijn egusNcw
Aug-itbt ülst ld"
loii pi L.HAun i:
f l cinl Ma.-u 1
j.u. sitoi T. st. n.
G. TT. Siraai.'ss.
WHOLESALE AMJ RETAIL
íju Ttgas, X. M.
; J rure Medicinal Liipiors always en kand-t J
LSI 1)011 STK1.N,
Store X . Y.
I 1 1 1 r r I 1 : 1 1 1 1 ; .
... , Xiw l.itiiv
I 1 ii I I 1 v
IIajnl receives) and rllei
rtiiiimi slu aiw asit
a loen !
which will told at prices that wfll PI.r A
VI RV BODY Poverscan relv upon relt"W
ftr TTr.R Cf vl-ITtl and Mi tiffi
(.rt- thiTnj.s, than 'ehr r
mil ssl puSfP f-w Terssla.