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Saturday, Octclcr, 7, 1870. ti:iíms of si"is('iin'iox. TlXVARIAnLT t AIIV Att.lt. J Opr copv, one year, (iiieroi"v, six month. A club liftwo, one yPiir, A rliil id Hi e, one year, A club often, one year, ti on i li 7 on II', 00 2 un 411 011 A dub of twenty, one year, r- So subscription w ill lo received mr íes l!.'i sl month. tt.VTKs OP AOVKUT1SIXO. I von- mnh ct paro. Ilrst Insertion. l SO K,.r every inch oí pnce, I each siiW.llciit in- Aoertisers reMn" within 0:0 limit of La Ve-".1-, will 1' csllcl upon lit Ihoend of c-.cli month, to .'Míe thcii account with hol.A- -l'TTK. VCIllV lldveilisCIS, 1V-H1IIIII ..llNllll'Ol r,nvn will have to ..av. piarte. 1 m advance. Tre-H'cnt inlveiiisemciits "Cn'tly ill advance, ut iml.ltslifd rati"". ... i A-tvei-ti-cnicnU eonm..-tc.l hv the ve-ir awl ith ilrawn hclmc the lime expires, an' t lie tiar;r f at tinnxient rales. . . Uumiicss oí- special ni.tl.-ci In e.litoroil or toril columns, l.i cents pcrli".-. e-.cli m-erl loo. fr"j- ll conminnic:itonilcvoiil or intcvo-t Inint public, or intontcl onlv lo promote private in terest, or r.irt'ne iti-cussioii of vclijiinii or poli tic w ill lio ehajre.1 nt the rate- M IraiiM.-ot ...l...,..l.ml.. -II. ,1 IrlVlll-Mlt millllV.1 III .K-..ii.. We re-orv nU" the vi.-t o "ctect nnv -ii.-h nrtiele, or advertisement, U per in character. Hlll.ll n AU, t;i!Aí;i:';i:nt-!.- -Thr l'o-t-oflice will he oi.on ilaily, c-M-ei miiio- v . " 7:"0a. m.. until fir. i. ftiiiuia; :.: iio-o "' Hie in-rival of eaeli mail. M l'i.i-.it: T'MI V. fiiin. nt r r WiKieni. nt Ü: r. M . rr.cn M Mi..-l.e-ivei I.ns Vern Moiylay. nt ? o'el.M-V A. M. . r-i-i-lvpi -it Mesilla in -iMlays. Alail eliwe Snn.lav . at 0 r. m. . Leiivcí Me-illa simiiltauPously, arrives at I.as Vol' i Satiii-.lnv evemoir I T a.'m.'.' nvHveVrt VorMtnoin Say'l'N it M. T,iivV Kovf IVinrnm WVilne-'litv ut 7 a. m., nr rívoJ it Tts Vpct4 mt v lv " Mora M AH. -T.eavn. I.an Ve?a-Kri.layat nn-ives at Mora 1y U r. M. Mail closes 1 hui.,- rraveVAl'ii-a'saturaay nt í A. M.. anives at T.as 1 elMMsVoi- rei.'lh'-i,vi vitl not he received after 4 1. M. G. W. STKI1IUNS. r'-tmaster. nuf IV T.OTMJK No o.v a '. A. f. nccNoiithethml S-.tnr.lav of nt the Maionle, Hall. Central St ire . between So. ' li 2.1 and 3d Streets, ( liarles lltcld, Sce'y. For l)eIt;r.to la CoTtitvess: TRINIDAD HOMERO. Gen. T. M. IJowen ba luken the contract lor getting out nnd mining 20,000 tons of ore from the Oden mine, Sun Junn. The Grant County llerulil wants Grant County annexed to Ariz-inn. It mvs Dona Ann also winM ti t alo-i?. Congress had beiter set off the G iiUden pun base as Territory by Nelf- They either exalt ih.mseWa fere illy or depriciate thems lve migliti'y; they d) not neem to wnt l0 BS ocíate with the rest of U3 fellows. TLe more is the pi'y. . ,. 4 ; o- ' I'.ljelloii l: Lltriil. Theretu-tis np t.) yesterday liulieMe that the Republicans l.-.ve curried the slate, electing the entire Republican state ticket. Auv.jirityoí the LUlalure is also n- pnUicMn which secures to Hayes and Wheeler the 8 eleMorr.l vote Í the state. Tiie legislature elects the Presidential electoislhis year. The . Rocky nnmniam Dai'i Sea of tho I h cnntaii-.s very full return from all par s of the tato and et- til ates Ihe Rep iblieuii majority al. not less than - OIK). -- Ner.t Tuesday 0!ii-i Indiana nnd Yet Virginia vote for state ofiieers, As any two oftiHse stales gi, ' w,!l gi, it mV be KiMy calculated, the rreider.tiitl election. Tremcndniis iff irts hive been mado by 1m;',i parties in Indiana. The Uoisieis have leen shook up in a manner i'.iey never were bel.iti'. The Repulilic ins h .ve had Hlaiue, Il.ist-iw, TaLner, Colfax. I-ngan and a host of others in the field. The Dt liDcrats h.vo been equally as ac'ive n;.d the parties wiil undoubtediy poll ihcir full Rlrmgtli next Tussd .y R'.n .K-r.ns V.'i'.ü.im? tin D.-mi-iti1 enl-J'-'n (t piveriuir has ber. pcr.imbhh.ii thi wltoV fate with Dan Vorhees nt lii.-i back II .l,-it'i li on ill i it'inui John 1'. I.Íb'.i Í Iowa, tkc mo.-t j o'ii-hid fpeaker (.fth -in hü, h ur.iliiu- f .r 'I ildeti. The nii.i:-.3..t st i n;.crs have a'.l be -n b i-y f.r fi V-t in inth i.n'rucliti th ) In li mi nr., and n?.t Tue.hy. thv will let the CHJgito the j iry. Who will win? - - it iki.i;j am:. The Man for 'oiiarret-Opliilni of n well wlIicr of e Jloxleo. I'lilTim I.as Vk: as Gac.kttk; 15.-in a well wither of N'e-v Mexico, though not a resident or a pi.l::icmn, I wiiulu say a word on the npproachioj elec tion for Deb-gite to Congress New Me xico U in her iuf.iney, ju.t merging into t hildll )0.I. and like a child what her people lst n -el to day i i devil ipement, no Kivern!iie:i!; of the litter, thU Territory lias in rely beet, bk ssed with a luííieiri.ey. Alto the pc'.itici of ".hi two cei.ilein.il w io are c andidate', to my mind it is im niiterial which i lected, Tor tlte remnn lhat men in public lif'. cet.emlly, netful the me course as they have done in their private hfTiir, It i on thin ground that I would nrg the voter (if New Mexico in elect that h'.P.ornbV and hi-h minded gen tleman. Tfinida i Romero. Those who ! leire the afl'.iits r.f the Tenili'tT MitriJ.-tfd tí, a fri'g'it fiarl bniiiMi min, now hare an opportunity 1 1 rlett ruch man. lo répreent the Trritmy. And while I would not tiy an evil word güinel Mr. Vubielt. I mlJ ''' t'-tert who per tonally Ir.r w both p-nilemen, if yon bad tothooeoiií oftheie c idhLtet with whom loentril-. jnur pnle busines, which rnnlidate wou'J yon tslect. Woul Jyon lint father trust th- man who lat guidrd iiiewa lat'tiicss affiirs wthttem-s' 1 cretinn. Every vo'.er woulj do to in his own business; then why will you not act as wisely when you entrust a man with your public business. I know of but one reason why men do rot thus net an J that 3 or. account of party s. irit, I would urge ujon the vo:ers to lay aside their patty spirit and elect that successful business gentleman, 'Irinidad Romero. Again. I would ask those, who personally know both candidates, which can do most fur New Mexico, judging by whit the U'o gentlemen hiiva respectively done in the past. We must cot.oluia lliut Mr. Romcio is capable of ucco:n jilisliing much more for ycur Territory than Ir. Valdezj nnd the people of New Mexico could rely upon Mr. Homero, as all men who have truiisiclhtu with him in private life, with the most implicit confidence, While I have no personal interest in ibe election, 1 sincerely hopa that for the good of the Territory her people may net wisely, n.id entrust their public affairs in the hands of so safu u mr.n us the Hon Trinidad Homero. X Particular- ofl'i? I.nio Trnetly nt Citiinrron. ClSUKKOX. N. ÍÍ. , Oc, 1, KSii KnrroK Las Yi'.c.is Ga?.::ttk: DavM Crockett former'- a stock unii on tl-.e Vernujo, was billed here Ust tiilil ubout 0 o'clock, and nn individiuil of no particular calling, save outlaw, by the n:ime oftiui Jltirrot: wai utifortuiiaUly shot tliiontrli the left arm. Lv SiierifT Iiine ll!l!t 11,1(1 ''is P5sse, who Wjre endo.1 vorin- to arrest the desperadoes unharmed. Only r very few and those are very in timatc friends or ''Chums'' of the parties regret lha occurrence of the tragedy, fur every good citizen of the county is. at the bottom of his heart glad, that the commu nity has been cleansed of a plague at so cheap a price. Until about a year ago, Crocket and lliflVon sustained very jcod characters, and were considered, thiouphout the com cuni'y very quiet and well behavi d young men. However, bad company, bad cx ampies and wtiskey of the same quulry, producida rtmnrkable i hnnge; thus lor some lime past these men lived it; open and nrjied revolt against society. Ever since tin y were discharged of the murder of the three negro toldic is, by a weak Justice fit he Peace, it se. ins, that they wir( einb-'liluned and determine! Io become nutenous, "gc'.iii.g their names in the pipers" andbtirg styhd brave nu n, if not desperados. Disregarding nil ad vice, remonstiMiiees and kind huiii -.itutns. of ihcir ow n f'rit.ids. ofiieers of the law, an 1 some respectable ti:izens, they i listed liiimi iiir-iiiig their in ,d cri er; i tndious'.y picked cut. a road and led n ,1.1'u lha' to anyone, but an ins.-inn being, iitu.st hi'.vu plainly appeared distruetivo. Armed to tlieteJth with pistols nnd shot gut.s, and stiiuul .ted by tiie exceshivu use of liqti- r, th-j w mid w'ld'y chaise, on their hoisus at U hours through the slreds of tlie town, like lunatics escaped from a mad house; ihey would yell an 1 imiise. in.i mik ly discharge thiir Utiiu, endangering the lives of all, without regard to sex or ge; th.iy would cry howl end act like in filiated b'-lists. tl.irr,. ing iur blond, Hi.d to satisfy that thir.-t would slnn.t ut fo.vl.-i, pigs and p .int their wea .ons at 1 i t tí children. Ti.e t-iiir.etis tubniiit to all these outrages, for the hoped and expected relief nnd prwiettioa noni that my h, ;he socnlled strong arm ol the law; and tint dejlrti c lo lie aifntn sttginat tii as outuws thttiiselves, or be compelled to jeuruey imdir nti itidietmeut, to Taos v idley, they re fiained fr..in quelling these daily ditturh ar.ces, or in any way imerfeiing with the I law or the cllieers uppointtd to manage ih.: sume. These olii ers l.owevi r wiliirg thr-y were !o execute lb i law, ei.d io put n stop to l! r ;eedir.gs of tliese hii.niics. war soon e'-nvii.cei! that nil arr.Mt of t!ie.,e pnrtiej e. eld t.ot be ir.u 1 ?, wihont tlie r sk tf s line vaiu .ble lile er lives, iiad m-re ad vi.cj liy piiva'e iil'zei:s nut t J act ra!ily but to i.w .it a f.vorablu oppjrtuni'y. 'I Iip apparent iiiliff.-renje of the citizins and the nun tctiun of the authorit'us was coiis'.ru.'d by the outbiwii as fe .r, and greatly augmented their insólenos and audacity. So siood m itteri in the begiti-ingofl.t-t week, when Iho héroe again made their appearance in town and actual ly drove the forbearanca of the citizen t to too fine a point. TLcy would nrtUBlly enter on horseback stores, place of busin ess, nnd even private dwelling houses, insolently, with ?hnt gua in hn1 ready to fire, demand attention, brako show cases, make clciki black iheir boot, attack al inrid every iuf-ffenkive citizen some ( f whom were tiiljcck l to the cxtoition of mouiy nt.d other lo ihe mol ouimgit uburf; Confront with cocked guns the i-lieriff, and cauiion him, whenever le should attempt to arrest them to come will prepared. lor they were not men lo lie Ir 'fled wb l,; twe aring vengence at everyone who wn tuipected of not coontttiancir.g '.heir action Ac. Ae. rorbeirauce ceased to be a virtue and some citizens demanded of the Sheriff to rid ihe ti w n of that plague Accordingly a ',.ose was summoned last nigiit ut.d placul ut tome convenient point where it was wi known the O iib.ws uld pass When arriving at ihat flai-e, the) were baited ly the Sheriff who ordered them tolhiow np ihcir atim and turrendt r but instead (if obeying the command of the Fheriff, they we.e tten:ptit g to draw their arms and making tLeirctcipe, when seeing ,nc criminal preparing for rcfist ance, the sherilfordcred bis poss? to fire, J uot omitting however the cautie-n to kid i .lie hotses and bring the men to the ground. After the fire, tie outluwa succeeded in making their escape and the Sheriff under the impression that they got away followed them Up to the Vermejo o which place he presumed they had fied. But the fugitives had only run their horses across the creek to a house, where David Crocket expired from his wounds within a short time and (jus. begged Dr. Micheah for hcavei:s fake not to allow any one to kill him, Crocket was very íespectably buried this afiernoon, and Mr. Gus. HeflVon lodged in jail, where, it is hoped he may be kept for some time, so as to have ample time, and leisure to n fleet upon the insecurity of a desperadoes life and have a chance to eti ter at tnreupona new life more useful than heretofore. Yo'irs ete. .1 cstl's Verts, G t:LHAI. si:vs. After Ihe IC.xplonlo.i, New York, September 1I . --At Hallet's Point this morning ihe only traces to be seen of tin great coffer dam wete n few fragments fllaat in law w iter. General Newton arrived about n quarter before 11 o'clock and in company with 15. V. Boyle, overseer of the lute works, inspected the scene of the explosion with evident satis.!'.. e t'.on. la answer to a q iestion as to the success of the blast, he declared that it was a thorough expbsion. There are $223, -000 now available for the propecition of further work at Hell date, A large part of this will bo required this year for the remo val of rocks blown up yesterday, and it is probable seviral yeais will pass befcrc the beginning of operations at Flood rock. Last evening when the tide was at about ebb; tlie steamer 1'roeidence of the Fall river line passed over the plací of the explosion. She enceuntered no diflieulty and sailed about fifty fet nearer to Kallet'it Point thnn any steamer had ever done before. The soundings to ascertain I he lull result of the explosion arc to lie made this m irning at slack water, the current being too strong to attempt them ntany other lime. Mary Newton, daughter of (Jeneral New ton, not qnite three yeurs old. fired the mine that blew llullel's I'uinl reef to pi?ets yesterday. Jny ( o it I (I'm Scheme. Chicago, September 21t. Officers ol the Erie, Baltimore and Ohio and Union Pacific Railroads are on llieir way to this ci.y for the purpose of making arrange, incuts '0 establish a, through lim from Now York lo Sal Francisco. This has been a long contemplated sch'tn? of Jay Giill's. and he seems to have at last obtained suffi cient interest in the NorihwcsVrn and other roads necessary to complete the line t.t d cany the t-ch. me lo a s ieee-slui issue. 1 i.e roads to constitute the iiai: are l he Erie, from Ni w Y r!( to Sal. .m -nt a; the Mai -íbild; the Baltimore nnd Ohio, from Man.-fie d to Cl.ici.gi ; the Chicago and Northwestern, from Chicago lo O.nihn; the Uiiitn Pacific, from Omaha to Og leu nnd the Central Pacific (rem Oden to Sin Francisco Thireisiilso to be a through line via St. l.ouis as lollons: Tie Eric and A'latiiic and Great Western to (.'i .ci.i. noli; tiie Ohio and Mississippi to Ft. I.oui ilie.St. l.ouis, Kansas Yv. nod Northern ni.d sit. Jose.ih an ! C m-icil BhiP.'j to Omaha; thence vi i the Union Pacido nod Central Pacifie railiodj to San Francisco Jay G.i.ild himself is wiih the par y now on their way here, and it is statid (bat there are no futlier cibstnibs in lúe w..y u! making this, his favorite sc lenie, alio l fact. I lie Jews' Sioftl Kn reil oii.v. (('rom X. Y. Sun, íM-pt., Yesterday was the Yom Hukkippurim, b'j Ib.y ol Atonement of ll.e Jews. Ii v o!.i rvf d more gem rally by all the lev-i.-b re-i l.:n.j of New Yo.k linn any y.her sicrcd d .y if 'he yeir. Al suulown o:: h c incioay t io otisnr.M.iM w..s ii.gc.:i v.i.Ii forrices in nil tne synago ios. In tlie very s'rii-t titol oi-.h id ix rynagoues too servues were continiitd .!i night, in -my of the men of the congregation ti.king oil their shoes and wearing w'iite robes as ll.e nttire of the grave. Ii all the syi.agoiiiies there were services during tin whole ol yesterdayj ceasing only at dark. In seme the seniles were bignn nt daybreak, in others I hey had been continuous from the day before, and in ti.e m re pr..gn ssive houses of worship they were begun at nine or ten o'clock. The day was observed by nearly all with fasting from the beginning lo the close. Some of the more progressive individuals tiavo droppel ibis featnse of the day, but they do hot form a l irg num ber, and in no congregtini. has faali ig been formally abandoned by the congrega tion as a body. All who Htiderio ik the f.st prepared foi it by a substantia! meal at about 4 o'clock on Wtilncfdi y. Business gerurally came to a itatirV.ill uniotig the Jews of the city al about 8 o'clock on that day. (Tusea shops, warehouse, iiiid offices were nitiie able on every hand yesterday. 1 he services in Ibe ynegoguis consisted of prayers, hymtn, chanting, reading the Sciiplt.res, und sermons. Besides Ihe regular read, rs and preachers, there were others yester iy lo rel eve litem some gratuiiou.; volunteer, and some who were paid for their S'-rvicec The services were mainly in Hebrew. The infifion f German and Eoglish into the j npers and hymns was in proporf'n n to the progresare status of the coiigrrju'ions. In many reslsufaul there ere an unusual number of Jewish faces yesterday. They belonged ihklly to the youfljer utid ku religiously inclircd of the f-tith, who during ihe rept ol the year live ith their familieg and relatives, and o.i Yom Kippnr re un able to get anything to cat at homo. But whatever differencesthcre might have been in the minor features of its observance, there was a complete tuspenfdnn in the routine of their lives among nil the Jews of New York, from East Broadway to Fifth, avenue. William Crafts, the once famous colored man, who for years pist has collected money from people of the North (.Mrnsibly for the benefit, of a firm school fir colored people in Georgia, is dec'ared by respec table white and colored persons in Georgia to be a fraud. Tliey assert that he and his family live on the money, r.nd that not one cent goes to charity. , ffl4. It is reported that the contractor of the new Mail mute between Filver City and Limitar, has made arrangements with Numn Raymond, of the New Mexico Ex press Company, for the purpose of trans porting the mails on hi- line from or near 1'arnje, via Georgetown to this place, thus insuring more ripid communication with Santa Fe and the East. It is further reponed that li e caches of the New Mexico Fnpre,-s Ci-nipt't.y will ra tlin from Fun.j. i (eotge'.uwn to ihi.i piiKT-. N,7;r Villi ''''. Ati'cjwt l.aehel hdvi-rtises i:i t!.e ('Idc-jgo Shwls ZcHung liie malritnonial c.xperieuec-. A widow asked him to marry loo-, nd olfcird 152.003 m mi inducement. lo hpsiltetl, and then she cave him all her property. Their honeymoon was not over before he became iling:eeab.e. Says he.' "She has insulted me in nil things, and charges me wuh having n wonk memory, and God knows what else. Au old woman like her ought to b clad to have a husband like mi who has al hia military papers. A l first it was always. 'I hare the honor to present to you my husband here. And all t he people were fin prised that so old i person could get such a respectable looking liusbnnd." lie has separated from her, and to warn other men is the avowed nl jet t of hii card, whiih closes as lotions: f-J learned, unf.runaudy after my mun-iage. hat. she tormented nnd bent lor fifr,l husband lo death. He was n weak ma". SI'.- cannot thrash me Finally, she was always telling me that I should liny poison only lor the rats, of course. Bull was very careful not lo do it." 1'OltT CtlA'ii, ) Oct. óili ISTti Mr S. Peligniati did here yesterday the 4th, at 8:20 p in., Mr. Adolph Scligmav, his brother, and IV. John Sy minlon of Sin. tit Fe, r.is atleiidieo ptiysii-ian b'.ive here to i.;y. 'he body will b" taken to Safita Fe fur interment, and will Mart forthr-reto day. KM IIS. Fiesh Gi-oeeries, j ist received et JAFFA BROS. -r- First class Hour co.it.lai.lly on bend and for sale by llihi Roiner.i .f- I'.ro. ht $3.00 per h tndred (Jive tl.o-n t t.ial. b'l'n. Croxford is pnthi g up some buL'y harness worth tciirg. j'ake a look at this harness and give him uu ordi r lor a similar set. A number ul Aigom goals and fine Me lino rams lu loHcii.g io A u.do Chaves of Sanr.i I-e, wee d.-tven sou b lhronh town yesterday. Reautilin Mcnuer, v:n :.nu plenty is the most i iipiirt.int loi:.lnes. liií isa 'íttle ron li on th; re.iorier but m in satis Inclory Id the commun'ly tli in tiirefil hap penings, i! i id in. 1 f. e. ilusttee ol tile I caco hsqaivel gilts m lice that stock shall u it be allowed to run al Urge un'.il the b.t dy of October. . -,e New Fall Goods, ixj eclea next week at JAFFA BROS. A Fust Class ruuueraiid Finisher want e A) p'y l r V II. IV i::r, San'-i I'e, X. M, Among the iuiproveinents i i town wt i.olti the l.irg and c ommodims ilv.eUiiig if l)r. J. II. Su'Cn, l ow in ) roce.-s of coi.ts Iruetiou i.i the south pail of town. A new BAIN' WAGON with tvtrj thing complete fir sale cheap impure at JAFFA BROS. Boston has the most inlellet-lual girls, Kiw York the most itylish, Brooklyn ihe prettiest. Baltimore the most refined, Chi cago the smartest and St. Louis the most frolicsome. Unlike a they are in charac terihtics, the ' Domestic Taper Fashions'' ar the universal preference of them all. uooi 1'itirr.BTV ron mir.. My property near Las Vegas New Mr xicO Coiisisti.-ig of about - acics of bottom land with a gooJ (liar Mill, lunniiig by water power; one tun of three feel stone v.ilh all the necessary inachil-ery to clean heat thorni-th')- tnd manufsc'ure super fine flour with a food house. st..blcs Ac. Will sell cheap and take part in roods in payment nt wholesale prices. The mill is in g tod running nrdei; can be seen run ning at any lime; has a good reputation. My tibj-ot in seliii.g is lo leave ihe Terii it ry. For forther particular, add re. P. TUAMIit.XY. Lm Vegas, New Mexico ll'.KMOXAI.N. Gen. Prou'll'il ja-sed ihrongh on Wed nesday evenings Coach goinn east. A. B. Matthews, the sheep dealer from Kansas City, is slopping at the Fxthnng. Cbnilei BlanchsrJ is cot looking after Vur.ncrt matters despite . Lis tracturtl jaw. Nallir.n Cunnirgh-.m of Cimcrrrn, late nf Council Bluffs Iowa, is vii.it:r.p with his brother Dr. Cunningham of this city. Frank As-hton nf San Francisco has rooms at the Exchange. We acknowledge a call from Dr Carlos Carvallo of the U. S. A., at Fort Union, V.'ednesdhy of this week. LIST OF ARRIVALS r.xcJ.nngc Hold. W, Fi-iink Los Alamos Willie Letcher I.os Alamo'. Ceo. II. Tengarden. Trinidad, Geo Patterson, Trinidad, P. Kitr.per, Trinided. Trinidad Romero, Ciiy. lr. Ciinningliam, City Fernando Gallegos Chaprrilo. W. n. Supp; City. W. M. liominv, GueyniBS, Mex. Chus. Powell, Ci'y. Frank Ashlun. San Francisco S WnirouB, La Junta. Dr Carlos Carvallo U. S. A. f.mi'.y, Foil rnirn. John Priest El Moro. ('., D. Greenwood, Santa Fe. !. Devine Ft. Stanton. J olm H.-.rris Ft. Dascosi 'A. S. nootur, Ft. Bascoin. A. M. Cot'dityton, Albiitple.'que, N. M. C. i I Conrad, Ü. S. A. (i. Vnlwis. Í'. S. ;. Samuel S. Pague, U. 8. A. Of TI'ool, Hides und Pelt, l Corrected weekly lor Hie (A7.KTTK by 8. Kolui. I'nwa-lieil, Mexicaii wofd, pel pnui-.il li cents. While, wnslie.1 " " H ' " irnpioveil " l"i IjiiiiIi's wool, while, wif-lieil " m Iteet Imlcs, jfo.i'l 1,1 ' " iliinoiL'eil Sheep Pelts, well woolcl, per piece l.i a 29 or 7 cents per pinino. ', " elipiieil, " " .'in 10 íairtre ntits, " " Ü. a . or lo cents iier poiino Ki.ls. " " l-iirw woll " l avóles, " " i.a a .a 1 lides and furs at these prices must i.e ol Nn. i 1 1 1 a 1 i l y . NOTK'ft TO TUAVEI.KKS. All purtieien route to niel from New Mexico will do well to take the lower inilitaiy mini in Cnliiix Co.. enis.-iinK tin- Cimarron at Icocia's ranch, where Jm-i'i h llolliiiiult has .-..iisinietcl a liri.bfc ticros ll.e sIicmhi uml lias on hionl alinii'l iiil hay and K'.iui- Corráis arc priiviilcil ami the he-l iiceoiu.nlalioiis i-mi l.eoli laii.e.l loj-man anil lient. Ti e mail i a jfoml one thmiiiihotit, nnich heller lima Ihe iii er ,.lai,e i-iiihI. This route is a saving ia ilistauce lielwieii I.as Vegas an Ihe llalini Mniiiitiiiiis oi.it U'.iot 0 miles oci- the tipper road. --- t - - JAS. I). WOLF. aUXST Kurt J. B. McGran & Co., Uiu'crs in tVool, ll'.il-i. 1V!H, c'r. Highest M.-irkur price alwnjs paid in iCCC C C ( c I c c ( et c V A A A A A A A A A A A A Cv it i-ir XXWMVBlXtt MiS-t H H IS II II i M II V.S.SS lillllll S Jl II S II 1( S., U 11 .tpeo'.al inda.-, ini'iit' to l.'ealer--. tilt.ee v.i.!i JALt'A Il'.PJs. !. K.L1N1Z&C0. DEALKliH JN WOOL, AM PiireliasiL lienta FO!l ML-:tCIlANT., Con ort:i T!i:rl Slrocl. K.:.T 1.01'IS, 1)1.. J. W. THOMAS. lx," Office Hag'tliuiUtHtj, . - - MAi'orcoi.rAX o. xi:n- Mixteo SliowloK all lmHrtiit I'tnli.res, althude river r.,j.l. M.i.iiitni.is Mesa, spriiiiir-. liiul er. roa and irnizii.K bonis. The malí i lkt n fium Ihe Held notes of iiclnut m.ivcjs uml I- n.-arij .. i. ,. 1 1 v .-.(....i. li i. i.i.iiie on s sli' ..i' ...i.r i.nli-.'ii. the inch nnd l.o i.nrl nil l,H-iilio..s of raii'-lies in Hie en-lern portion ol'll. ,- ix , li jn-i the limp lor H.os who iiine III I.MVlie Stock IIIIO-'C. IlllllCril. or i.ihiti mm in the liest po.lioi. of e Jiexico. I'rice I.'SI M'UX" I.LW ISKIM.M AN C. K. Mania i'e. New Mcsie 6E0. CROXFORD, Saddler and harness Maker Lu V"ji tV. M M...p eil -i.li! of the I'l.iv V oii.Ptclim-r '.d ilcslcr in ilifoniia a.dli and 1 1 r: i'Im ..fall k."N. ilile l.e- i.arroanl do it. rollar rut and nrr-jiilH In lit. Il.in.e- rteani il s.nl ts-pii-nl ih nfiflne and di-pit.-h AM itork nm-nlel for one Jer with lair us ar. '. It. I arrsnt mv Hldle not In hurt a hnr and will mke Hanies lo orilcr chcinrr Ihnn it mii In- bought rl-cUi. Bay of Ihe .'inlical u-Ur. SOMLTniXO WORTH KXOH1KO. Colorado his t sewinc f Etllrotd rxtr.dlr from I'licliloitlown ll.e; AiLniirit tlly tbioeíí Southern Knt, to Ktsaai Clljr and Alrhbw on theMisaouri river, where ronrrrtioa it mat! with all Hie gi eat trunk licrtfirtll olnta h the l' lilted btte, rd Ctntrla, it. oding- i.dlrit de lays tad vt-xalicut Iranmr. hl is n. liuilt, and best cmilpcd liciid In Ihe nt. W have Just received '.air new; line of Iullmim la ce Sleepent, iiiul they tie lt pant luxeiirKl In the country. Thenly liae equlpprrt with ir brake and Ml'ety plaiKnnii.. Tiv it Hl.ivt send cast for iricnd nsk ,trm J trv It. Fcr 'rf Uilcd iiiloimation, ni-. lime lnülr, u dress, J. r. Axutesox, tieu'l. P.m. Afrt. Tt..(k, Ki. t. lliiADiiir, ten'l, Ají. lulio, teUm. Io ll.e Workli.tr lai-Sv r.nft.rnl.h ym, en,, l.vn.,.t , hnh ,uU 0n n.k, , laiKi'iiay iiiyonr own l,K-aliiie w iihodt I ro r íwoHrlV',;!,í.hl,TuVT.,'i,''hl' k'" """-i ' TI..V ) .l eoumj i l( ,l.Mril,erH lor 1 0, . . .. a t'-K' ' 'i'"!?' W ".liinius ; UtvunllT llli.M. alei! l erins u.ily SI per year. I he li.-cud vi.'i o' . towl.oteterisof !.,,, .,., i i;m""'!hl M'r. 'I he l.ir.,1 ) ta nit a at lTiila.lel,,hia Is lull,- niustmlid iu . . "il tveryh.i.ly wants It. Hicwholt iini le fi . .,,.t ni 1 want to know all ..l.. it It. An rlrK. patriotic crayon tlrawmi pmolam pien.ie i. presented lice lo each Mibsi ril.t r. II is rutitlrd I rem. ml.rnnee of Ihe One llitudredth Au' niveiNiiryof the Independence of Ihe t ailed Mates. Mze, it by u inches. Anv one ra liivoiiic a niceew ,,., ,,. L, Mu). a ul f.c(iv ,,,! hun.t.eils .u t.iserih. rs .let.silf ol.lalii..p even w l.ei-e. There is ho busine that will pay like this al present. llMVe lmiI1. nirent-wl,.. are making as hiKh . ,,er ,1, and upw ards. ow s ll.e iin,c: ,! ,U.,". 1 eimniher it rosta ii.;lh.1(r to pile the business a u mi. Seiul f.,r our eueiilurs terms, and senna a; pi; .- 'In it t.,!sy. l,n,rlcte eiillit tree to tl.i.i who ilccnle to eiiirnne. 1-ainiers nnd mrt-liauir. ami their sonsanu daughters make Ihe tei j Le.i olaeuU. Aodie-s, ' rortlaiiil.ilalnoí' ,!"' lk A NAN PACIFIC RAILWAT. The only line from La i Animas to Dearer and all points iu the States. It is prewpl and safe, with sure connections in UniflO Depots at Kansas City and 1 eavenwortb Pullman curs on nil trains '.o and from Kit Carson. It gives you Through Tickets and baggage checks to all principal points in th land. Always travel by our Pioneer Lias, and you will save lime and money. Mr. O. S l.TFonu is Gjntml S t rriuti r d r l aid Mr. K. A. Pjir.KER General Pas senger Agent, with offices nt Kai-sas Cim e would again remark, w hin y(,u go any where take the Kansas Pacific Railway. 11M'.I. i iuuuc MASTER'S SALE. DISTniCT CfiVKT l oiinly ol San Miguel ( I Chsueery 1 humas ti. Ctiiron eisiis Loienzii Labinlic and ltayoa .abailio J tonler and by vlrli-.c.f an order inuitp in tl m nlmve . ntiilvd emite, oil the Hih il) ol Aiik'iitt A. D. Isiil, tha urn ci'i-icri.cd iSnn-l.l M...... iippointeil by the ( oiitt lor thai inn p(t w ill .ell ul i ul. lie auction in ll.e town of I.as Vcias ei.untv of Mill ilini.cl in Ihe Territ.nv ol New Mexico lit Iront.il' the promises hereunder menliontd ..ie the ISth day nf October next, ul ID o'clock of tha in min. hi i ni.,1 av. Iliu lolliiwiiiK dcseiihtd pieniisPslo wit; All that certain lot of Im.d nun iiiiiminirs theieou silusle in the tow n i.l I u Veuac eouiily of an Micnel New .Mexico, bounded on Ihe mullí l n.c i,i,1.i. plaza ol' suiil town, on the eat hv ihe pi, perty ol I'enlinanil Knuiier, on the Suiilh b .ireti in sain town anil on the west hv pnipcm of l.. iciiz.i Lopez, beinf? forty eiM icel wide and oi.a hundred and twenty Jtetluiig. Las VcgaeNnw .TI U. ICO August 31sl IsTO LUlis tt I.ZIIACIItlt. Sipnii.l Mutvi- J. II. Shoi t. M. Ü. U. W. Sthssisi. J.II.SIIOLT&CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL iu:.u.Mts ix Ja Ycjrsi, K. II. .I'uio Medici.,! J utico t lFr,'i on hiid"í- FOli 187G. ISIJIOU ST Kit N. More X. E. Corner Inloii liltlluTt tk, .l UilM IIm Jn rf elvrtl mm lflliH rr-itlu alara al lcl toest ml grn ooiis, irofirtfs, 'lolljing, t íqticrs, r. i.l. h ill l wild al prices fnsl ill Ti.t. At VVVItYI'.oPY. Ti"rr-rn fefr nrn rWis Itr.nKK QfALITITlK snd WORK COOM lor their mnnrr. Ih elpwliw. Clrihlssai Call an1 judge for yenrteltts.