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Saturday, December 16, 1876. TKRMS Of SUBSCRIPTION. (IVAHUBI.T IX AI'VASCK.J One copy, out year t4 On On COpi, lix montni , Í.25 i. j rlu oftra, en yrnr 7.) A club of. fine, one year lfi tio A club of Irn, one year, 2t 00 A elub of tirrnhi. ont urtir lout t"A' tubteriptioH teiíl bt received for Uit than tj montlu. RATES OF ADVÍ.KTISIXO. F.rtrw inch of tpare.trtt intcrlton. H.SO i'or era nrh 0 nxrr. at ftfia tubttqutnt inter lion. , , '. Advertiten roiding tnlhtn the limit of l.ttt 1 fn irii fc rrf upon at the end of each month to kettle their aceouvtt icilh the Gazette: yearly ad- Written, retieinq oxittide of tovn Kill hart to pay quarterly in advance. TrtYitirnt advertitementt ttrlctly In advance at publithed rata. AAnertitrmentt contracted bti the vear and vith- drawn before the time expire, are to be charged al trantient ratet. fRutinett or tpecial notictt in editorial or local rohimnt. IS cent ner line, each ivterlion. t3A)l communication! devoid of inlerett lo the public or intended only to promote private intern! or tor ttie fliiciujion oj reiiqwnt or ponnvni c iebtt irii be charoed at the ratet of trantient arfen-. tlttmrntt. and payment remtired in advance. Wc rrtervt alto the right to reject any twh article or tiverttement. f AIL AltttAXGEMENTn. The rnst-oflice ll will ho mien dallv. exceiit Sundavs, fiom 7:30 A. M., untllHr. .' Sunday! 011c hour after the arrival of each mail . Mi'L Closes Duly. Knstcrn, ni P. M. Western, nt ft: P. M. Peco Mail. Leaves Las Vecas Monday, at S o'clock A. M., nrrlvcs ni Mesilla In six days. Mull rinses Snnchivs. nt 0 p. M. leaves Moil In simultaneously, arrives at Las Vegas Ratuvdav evening. K011T n.taroM M. mi.. Leaves T.ns Vegas Monday "Jtt 7 a. m.. arrives rt Fort liascnm next tiny iy p. M. .nao ciof.es imih;i!- in .1 1 ... . r Leaves Fort flascoin Wednesday at 7 A. si., nv ' rives at Ijis Vegas next lay by 7p.m. Mori Mail Leaves Las Veens Friday nt 3 A.M. arrives at Mora by Br. m. Mail closes Tliure- flnv nt H n M . Leaves Mora Saturday at 8 A. M. , arrives at Las Venas by Or.it. Letters for registration will not be received alter 4 I'. M. u. vv . Mt.lllilAS, x'osunnsiur. rlHAPMAX LOIKiE Xo. ", A. F. A A. M., (meets on the third Saturday of each month atthe Masonic Hall, Central street, between South 2d and 3d Streets. Charles lli'eld, Sec'y. Alexander H. Stevens of Georgia has taken bis seat in Conzress. The President does not say a won! about the difficulties threatening the succession in his mepgnc. A lack of conirlencfi in ft satisfactory tolution ol the Presidential Problem has caused mony snnrtin? men to draw their bets. Jhn Morristy has paid back nil money deposited in his hands, to the respective parties. Under the 22nd j:int rule the electoral ntei of Louisiana and A rkansas were not counted for President, by Congress in 1873. Louisiana had two sen of elector?, eight er-rtify it. g that they voted fr Grant nnd Wilson for President, and We Pretiderit, and eigh t certifying that they voted blank for President and for B. Gratz Prown for Vice President, Bo'h parties in the Prenden;!.,! muddle srt cheits and gross frauds en the other aide. Both parlies are likely to be sati-fied If one parly gets the Presidency by cheat ingthey ought to be pleased "ml if the other party is rheated out of it, they likewise should not complain, for Ttoiibtless the pleasure is as (treat In heintr cheated, as to cheat, As lookers on feel mo-t ; ;íkiI Wh" ir.'.oi vercieve a jnpElen slight And still, the 'ss thtv imdaistanil The more admire hn slight of hand. Hon. Trinidad Ilome.o has received his certificate of election to the 4 Vh Congress of the Uuited States. This document ic under the Mill of the Territory nnd hears tic lignaturi of Gov. S. B. Axtelland Secrelaiv W. G. Hitch. The second terra of the 44th Congress is now i:i session. This is the short session and will expin on the 4th day of next March. Mr. Romero will take his seat at the opening of the first sessions of the 4-Vh Uong'es. next December, unless Conpress should be sooner convened by the executive?, Mr. hornero w elected by a large majority and hat the confidence of the perpic he wiil represents. A couple of ancient papen have been laid upon our tab' by Trinidad Romero One is a S'et9 Vc1l bearing dve nt 8nta Fe, December 8th 1f41. DHviesani and Jones, Editors and Pr'piietrt. his the 2nd number f the 1st volomn. Spencer. Grandjear A Sabine appenr to ba the Uadinfj merehan's as they udvertin ex lenstvely. The Doctor were Robinson. Thomas and Jackson. Merrill Anhurst ad vert i d as nn attorney. J I.'orgMnn jives notice lo rHiin hook lrrrrw. r 'o returr, hooVi nhtaine'ior him. A Msqir a, le Bvll for C'lfis'tn v 1 is noticod. The theatre bills the 'Yt.tmg WMciwM wbh Mrs M. Jonei as leadin; character, to be'. How 1 by the farce of Hunting t'ie Tnrtle, The editorial m-er is principally d' voted t) dvceatinf a state (ovrrn vnent for New Mexico end a denui coition of the claims of Texas. 1 k oth r paper is a cp t hi I'tjinlili tvtno. nnblished in the city of Mexico June 6h 1847. It contains I one h, in defense of Gen. Armijo fi r ab.ndonin New Mexico to the Americana. ettr. forth i:i slenaation that his army t few in num lre and bn' pn'rlv q i:p"l in comparison .w:th the enemv. H! appe Is to the en'rs.1 gtvernment and 'c Chihuahua fur aiim e had keen in vain and it was hot his fan!' that the country hei e-irre n JereJ. It notices that fíen. Scott ha announced Lit intention to more npn the capital from Vera Crol, Lnt is confident thi.t with his mall force of 000 men he will not be It ble to storm the mar.y fortifications exist ing between that pUce and the city of Mexico, Waaliliiftou. Washington, Dec. 11 The Senate Com mittee on Privileges and Elections this rooming voted to recommend the adoption by the Senate tf Mitthell's resolution, di reeling tho committee to investigate the fuels attending the appointing ot Presiden ttsl electors in Oregon. Senators Morton l.ogan an J Kernan will act as a sub-corn mittee to coni'uot this investigation, and Gov. G rover, together with the Secretary of State aiiT such o'her persons as may be necessary, will bo subpoenud to come here immediately from Oregon. The same com mittee will constitute the sub-committee for the investigation of elections of Alaba ma, Mississippi and Georgin, nnder Ed munds' resolution. The investigations will be conducted in Washington. All the other members of the committee were Inst Saturday detailed as members of the sub committees to proceed to South Carolina, Florida and Louisiana, and they start to dny. Washington, Dec. 11. The House Judi ciary Committee this morning further dis. cuised the question of seating the member, elect from Colorado, and adjourned with the understanding that uction should be taken to morrow. Washington I)c. 12. The Uouse Judi ciary Cotnmittco. by a vote f seven to three, decided to admit J. I. Uelford as a member of Congress from Colorudj. llurd, Hutiton nnd Ashe will present a majority report, taking the opposite view. The com miltee also resolved ta recommend the ap pointment of a Fpeeml committee lo inquire into Ihe'powcrs and duties of th House under the existing brv as to the counting of the electoral votes, etc. Washington, Dec: 12 The Democratic, members of the. Louisiana r.tid Florida In vestigating Committee appointed by tht House, having made a formal ttanvind on the Western Union and Atlantic ,t Pacific Telegraph Cos , for ail tbo dispatches that have passed between Sectutruy Chmdler, and prominent Republicans in New Oi!s:itis and Tallahassee. The Repnl liean tnemburs of the Co-nmitte.-s will iisi-t that all dtsp j: -ulies l.'Ciring Mr Ilewt't s signiiiure, or ad dressed 10 him shall siso be furnished to the Committees, Some Democrats olijt ct to this CJiirse, but ihe Pepnbliaans say 1 hey will be contení that al! the Chand'er dis pitches t hall see tho liyht if Hewitt's are also presented. Washington, Dee. 12 No fforts have been made this fession in belu.lf of the Texas Pacific railroad bill, all speciol !e 'gislation yieldin for the present, t ) politic The eeneral feeling of t.e House is fo ad journ at an'esrly date till after tho hoi, days, if the Senate will conmr; or cthei wise to tnuet and ai'j'iurn every third ri:y until the House Investigating Comniitteo.i shall have etu.n-.ú from the South Washiniítov, Deo The Iloust Ooniuiiitee on the Judiciary to day creed to report favorably onlhe trso'iitioti ull'tred by DeprcseKt.aive McCrary (Uep.,Li.) yes terday, providing fer tho (p 'itittiienl cf a conimttec of five members of the House, to r.ct in eoi-juoeliou with any similar com miltee that may bo appointed by the Settle to preture and report vit'i:vit d l.iy meh 11 mcitMtie; cither legislative or constitution al, as mi. y in tlxir jw'n n t be best iii'.t u lated to secure a count of the 1loctnr.1l v,.le 1 nd n tcrwiratioa ol disp'ttt-d queslionv 'by n tribunal whose authority none can question, and whosj doisivi nil wiil accept as final " f torliln. Vi'asbington, D,h:: 8. The following has just lieen received: Tallahaa i ', Fla. Dec, C The count is just Cnisned. J layes' ni.)ority is 930. The Pepnbliaans el ct Governor Lieutenant Governor, and both mexbers of Conjre s. All qret. Signad Lew. Wallace. Ta'lahisse, Dec. 7. A quo warranto was . , 1 j if UiUfU ana servea on me uayos ric ora ):atirHay brfjra they cst their votes; alio a bill of injunction was obtained on behall of Gov. Drew against the membert of the canvassing Imr.l, anl tin order granted resiftiniug them from completing Ihecmivar on th b isit of the vote canvassed by the nmjjri'y of the board for electors. Attorney Genera'. A". A. Coke, o mem her of t'ua canvassing board, protested egainrt the action of the bnard in certifying to the m -.j rity of votes In favor of ih II iyes electors an I denounced the is me as criminal and a gross falsification of the re turns on fi'e in the office of the Secretar of State. He also gvre certifi.-atrt of election ft th Til I n lint , statin? therein that the relamí o t file, c tnvstsed by the board shiwel a clear m ij trlty fjr the TilJen electors. The D.;moratic olectors met at the capi tal in the o (lice of the Attorney General and east Ihe vote of the Suie occoi ling to the jaw. They also iig:ied a petition to the Senate and House of Representative oftii I iiltr-d S'ates staling their leal election and praying that they might be recognized as electors. Ihe Republican electors Cist I e'.r scte for Hayrs and hrtler. New York, December 6. A Bethk-hcin Pennsylvania d Ispatch says more than one' half of th'' mines in the Sla'e are stopped. Thi n amber f'f men thrown out ol work U ei'imstel at between thirty five thousand and forty thousand. It is believe I the ens penslaa will be entire by the middle of the month. 1 There is humor in suicides. Mis Pialey. of South l-ec. Mass. j'mpeJ in a river to drown herself, and then pulled herself cot lj the bongh of tree voder which the floated. She writes an account for the newspapers, saying; ''It there is any one who reads this foolish enough to want to die before God's chosen lime, don't jump into the rivet where there are trees with limbs hanging in the water, lor if you do, no matter bow determined you are to lve this world, you will either have tq make up your mind to stay a little longar. or else try it again, which Utter you will not be likely to do." Lawyer Bancroft, of San Francis co, before killing himself with lajdanum wrote in a letter to a Coroner: "I beg to inform you that this is a case of laudanum taken with suicidal intent. Reasons, con cern no one but myself; still ifar.yone should insist upon having a reason, jou may say 1 was driven to desperation by the Presidential muddle, and seeing no prospect of ascertaining in this woild who was to be next President, went to the next, where all things are rupposed to be known for the in formation," End of a Fnaitly of lirlgaurta in Kan- NIlS. From the Boston Herald. One of the blackest of ull ctiraes is known us the Bender tragedy of Kansas, Ihe Hender family was resident in Montgomery county, Kansas; the fumi'y consisted of "Old Mati'" Bender hid wife, his daughter Kate, Hiid his son. a young mnu who is to some const leruble extent acqui' ted in tie public ini id of much that is charged with out distinction to his father, mother, and sister, The crime of the crowd consisted of murdering from mercenary motives, and burying upon their wayside premises, not fewer than nine persons, all of them travel lers, and some of them citizens of at least local prominence, Though a numbor of ''sudden disappearances" had occurred in Mon'gomfry county, suspicion had not settled on the Benders until after Dr. York bro'ber of A. M. York, the exposer of ex Stnator Pomeroy, had suddenly "come up missing,.' and when suspicion had finally fallen upon the family every member of the sume simultaneously disappeared. Since their disappearance no trace of them has ever buen found, notwithstanding the moat diligent search and the most intricate plana and plottings ol detective bureaus the country over. All of this, until within a few days, has been accepted as the esseo tul substance cf what could be discovered or explained relative to the procedure. Very lately, however, an unexpected se. lution of tho mutter has ct.en offered. )houg!) as yt it must nor be accepted as oncitisivo, facts have come to liRht w'iich point very strong'y to the supposi tion that a vigilance committee went to t .e Bendür.-', house placed them in their own w.ion. drawn by their own horses, and coneyed them to a ecluded spot nor far off on the edge of a large pond, and there ex tortei a full confession from them of ail their ciitnes, down to the smalles' d laiL After this the Binders were never heard ol and it is in re than probaMn that their bodies were carefully concealed. It will be remembered that a few da'$ after this a wagon was discovered near this point, to which a pair of horses wer-s tied, which was known to be Bender's property. 1 his was . 0 n followed by Ihe announcement that the heme ol the Benders had been des'-r td. ltB8tld, too. that Gov. Osborn was secrete'y apprised of all these facts, that ou the part of tho Kmsas aulhori'ies, no systematic effort has ever been mude to ap prehend 'he Benders, and stories nf their capture elsewhere have only excited an ir credilous smile at the State capital. MMH I. 4c It. U. Kly. Krom tlie Chicago Times. The Denv. r and Rio Grande Railroad is it C 'litestably the moat, important line of railway originating in Colorado, in its ul ti.nate scope is one of the Chief and is doubtless destind to be one of the most valuable and successful lines in the west. Its immediate f.lan is by a north and south railroad following the eastern base of the Rocky mnur.'ains from Denver to New Mexico, and by branch lines penetrating ditectly the ereat mineral belt en he west to develop the esp-wial and great advante- ses of location and climate, and the limit less natural rofonrcet possessed by the cnuntry which it traverses, and which must in turn pay it tribute. Of this plan lh parent me from Denver to El Moro and Trinidad, close to the north boundary c.f New Mexico, and mountain branch line from Pueblo to Canon Ci'y, end from Cu charas lo La Veta, : re completed, sod comprise 270 mi'es of operated railway. The further extension ( f these mountain branchss on routet ami te objective points which will Le subsequently noted, is neces sari'y first engaging the best energies anil efforts of the company. More remotely it it contemplated to extend the main line by two great routes to Ihe southeast sind south. Of these the line .nost practicable posib'y already demanded by toe situation for which at least events are ripest, w pursue a course generally southeast across New Mexico, the extreme corner of Indian terri'orv, and through Texas via Austin and Houston to Galveston. Ihe other j ri'j"-i.-d route is grneral'y tooth by the wy of G trian '. Albuquerque. Chihnahu D.irano, Salanianca, and Ihe City of Met iej 'o Ver Crnx. 1 in The Chronicle tsy: "We understand that large number of the Mexican restd entt of Saguache county are prtrlnf to emigrate to New Mexico, being dinatlrfied with the admission of Colorado as a state, As a conseq'icnce numbers of good ranches in tie lower portion of the va'ley arc for tale. LOCALS. The weather is beautiful, dry, clear and in :he early mornings a little cold. ; Fresh Oysters at JAFFA BROS. ' New Store, !Vw Gooda and lew Prlcee. In order to make room for goods now in transit. I will sell goods for CASH ut very low prices, for the next thirty days. My stock is already Urge and full and I am confident that it will be to the advantage of . . iiireiiBoers m rxannue air guoua nu prives, before buying elsewhere. " A GRZELOCnOWSKI T RICHARD DUNN ' ,. . ' Agent . . I4IH A horse tamer was in town Wednesday, He did not invite us to a seance nud there: fore We can not expiate on his merits, The 1'residentiul muddle is not cleared up by anyuieans by the vote of the electors South Carolina. Florida and Louisiana ware all counted for Hayui by the returning boards. Gov. Grover ' of Oregon however gave a certificate to one Tilden elector and two certificates to Hayes eleotors. Thus the vote of the electors, for Presidentas certified to by the governors of the several states stands, 185 for Tilden and 184 for Hayes. The Democratic electors in Louis- una, Florida and South Caroliua met and cast theirvo'es fur Tilden while the Repub- lican electors 111 Alabama and .Mississippi met and cast their voles for Hayes. Ibis morniug w took a stioll t . rough the New store of Mr. A Gtzdaciiowski uf which Mr. Richatd Dunn íb the coutrolling agent, Mr. Dnnn wtt1) a corps of clerks has leen busily engaged for the last t'iree weeks in opening out and srnnging a sto:kof goods unsurpassed in quantity, q.ia'itj, variety nnd cheapness. Fis stock of goods is entirely new an 1 purchased for cash. Mr Dunn spent over two months in the eastern cities selecting this stoc of gooda. Asa consequtnee he has bought them cheup and . 4 II 1 . l TT proposes 10 hi n mem cne.ip. tie p opo es to give barguins to customers for lim next thirty days. He has six rooms well filled with goods and more to arrive. Dry Goods of ull kinds, groceries, canned fi ui'a, boot and shoes, Whiskey, tobacco, etc, horse shoes, nails, soap Hiid anything nearly which a customer will wish. Hia stock of ío ids will bear inspection Go in and lake a look for yourselves. The display efChr-aimas prisontsatCbas illeld's i worth a.i oTMmina'ion. ror a lull asMoruuent of choice, fresh family Groceries Call on RICH 1RD DUNN at A GUZKLOCHOWSKI's Times are a !inln sung and inter it com. ing on. God help the rich, Ihe poor caa work. New Shades nf Oros grain, Sash and Tiimuung Ribbon', at GHZKLaCHOWSKI', United Slates Dupuiy Marshall Charles Powell, res'deti' of this city ac.ing under orders from Gneral Adams sucieodtdli capturing at Fort Stanton, one (fthe par ties engaged m the In'e slagti robbery neat litis city. Wiídnesidays'e coach, coming amilh everturued in the Raton Mountains nnd badly I r ken nr. The mail and Express u. K.nnnkl ;..J tn . .. . . ... Pure Ccn ury V hi.-Ktts, Choice Tobae cos, Cignrs and Cig irrettB. are all sold cheap for cash at A. GRZELACHOWSKPS A Cnrd. In li king my departure from this city, I wish thrmgh the co'umns ol the Gazsttk. to express my thanks to the citizens ot Las Vegas for the patronage which they have J afforded me during my residence among them and also for the courteous treatment and many kindnesses received at their hsnds. Aktboxt I ADAMS, Lis Ve ;as Dec. 11th 1871. Ladies. Gents and Children Gloves ar.u Hoaslerv; can be found In full assortment at A. GkZKLACHOWSKI'S new Store. Dr. J. II. Smtiii has his new bouse near euoirgn . completed to move into, it it a roomy and substantial dwelling. Chas lile Id is preparing to put a shingle roof on hi bni'ding on Moreno Siree. The Cotton crop of Ibis year it estimated at four million bale. For Flannels, Canton Flannel, Corsest, Jeans, New Stylet of Dress Goods, Bel Si'kl. Trimmings and Buttons. Call RICHARD DUNN tt A, GRZELaCHOWSKPS Chsp-nan Lodge No. 9i A. F. A. M. meets this eveuing. Election of efficert for the ensuing year. AH membert are request ml In ha nreaont nrn.-x.ntl at th nsnal hnnr Masont in good .landing are invited to present. I he Laiet Stylet of Ladiet Tins, Cuffs collars 4c. at. A.GPZc.i.ocnowrs . 1 htre burnt in ItrWkWn One - last week with a great lost ol life, Over 1.200 persons were in ths aullen ce and over 3U0 were suffocated and burnt 1 he dead were mostly young mea tul boye who were ia the galleries. PEKSOSALa. Messrs M Brunswick, Chas. I'felJ, Miss Fannie Nordhuis and Miss A Hie Davit re turned from Santa Fe, Saturday. Louit Shormoyor of Santo Fe has leen looking after the musical interests in tbil City this week.' , Levi Davis, isq. prominent lawyer of Alton Illinois, is visiting bis daughter in thia city. Mrs. W, B. Stapp. J Garrett, a stock man from Chaperito was up th's week laving in snpp'ies. Anthnnv I.fthnitiA. rnr r.Annlar KafKaf . , c , , . , ,,. , took n's final departure for St. Louis, Weilnesdur N. C.. Qicktnr-n ia baek from Santa Fe. Mr.nd Mrs, Givens started to Trinidad the first cf the week. The latter will go east for a visit, H. M Porter ol Cimarron passed south on this morning's coach lor Silver City. 1 LINT OF ARRIVALS. Exchange Hotel. D. Brown, Santa Fe. John T. Simmons. Kansas City. B. Shuster and Driver, San ta Fe. Julius Fisher and Driver Santa Fe. Geo. II, Rupte, Deuver. D. L. Portly Fort Union. W. Boyle. Enoch Tipton, Tiptonvillu N. M. 8. H, Lane, Tipton ville. J J. Dulan Springs, A Krille, Tri nidad. Miss Allie Davis, Santa Fe. J. B. Watrous, La Junta, Hampton Hutton, Santa Cln.ru. Wm Crane and Lady, Wingate T. (!, Godfrf y, Miss Kate Godfrey, Miss Lon Phillipe3, D. Blacknar. Chrs. D, Sense, South Fork, Lincoln, New Mexico. W. P. Johnson Denver. John Meyer John Frietzman. Pt . Cusack, U. S. A. D. A. Bowley Anton Chico. WAGS KirS HOTEL. A. McCabe, S. S. River rt anche. Aup, Krille. J. D. Graham. S S, Ranche. N. C, Hickman, citv L. Shoermoyer, Santn Fe. A. A. Antrim Logan, Iowa, Lew Noring Lowell Iowa. C. B Stephenson, South Bend, Ind. Lou. Wharton, Lake City, Co!. Patrick, Leonard, Louisville Ky. Henry Bohning, City. A. B. Legard, Ula, Co'. John Priest, Las Vegas. B, F. Hartlee, Black Hills. THUS. Going South: Tuesday Oxtrain of Jesns Padia of Pars je. freight for Lesinsky & Co.. Las Cruces Ox'train of Chaves, freight for Lesinsky Ox train of Jose Charts ot Sin M .rcial freight for Henry Cunn:fT. Wednesday Ox train of Don Vicente Lnjau of Valencia, Thuisday Ox train of Blas Chaves s,oods for Mariano Otero Bernalillo. Friday Mule train of Barela freight for Tucson. Of TTool, Hides an J Pelts, (Corrected weekly for the Uajettb by S. Kohn. 1 I'nwashe'l, Mexican wool, per pound tí cents v lute, wastiea " " improved t.amli's wool, white, wanhcil iii'uf liioe.-., (,'ood 14 1.) 10 10 1.) a to 5 a 10 a (lamnfteit sheep I'clts, well wooleil, per piece rears iilt nfiiooi. clipped, nm tjir(f(.'ots, or lü cents per pound Kids, 5 no a 70 l,are WOtr C.voles. l'licles aul furs nt these prices must be of So. 1 quality. FURNITURE ! 1 Foil s U.K. A. ISI. CON Mill nf Trinidad, Colorado will npr.lv all clas-c of Pnrnitiire to citisersnf I.-is Veas ai.d icinl y. Address A. M NHt. Trinidnl. I -.1.. nolo, or Leave orders with CIIAUM: III.ASl ll.YKD at tin- store of Ulain I. aid. A n. RATN0LD3 BROS. LasVkoa 1 nvVKIVC In all it- l.ranclies. Houutze Uro., New Yoik. xoth r. TO TRAVELER!. All partieren route to and from New Mexico w ill do well ntHk tl lower military road in á- cnnliir Ihe Cimarron at Grci'a r-. a, " J-: h llollirm.k has ...... tu. l.i i. It,- ,:riHS ilia ftrc.-.ni and nas on hand alniiidmri Imy and grain. Corrals ar on I mim-l for man and twa-t pnividcl and the ih--i aiTonosianons ranm lained ror man and lwa-t. i bo r.ad is a g.xl oik: llinnighoiit, nna h belter than the up r Juk roail This route i vlng in di-daner lieiween l.aa Vers-, an the K iton Mountains of at least JU miles over the upn-r rd. GEO. R0XF0RB, be gaJJr Q fl J Iiamt'SS MakCf Lat V'fju .Y.V. Khop in Hay 'a building south side of Plata. Mnnnrrtnrcr and dealer In California bllM dtV ' "' 11" f all kinds, aaddle tree narrow rd 'I .1 . -..A m m .. ,o.l In CO llnniiu rlenmM and rriiaired w ith neatiw-w and dispjlrn All work nárrenle! torane jearwlth lair u; ge. !. It. I warranl my saddle not In hurt a hor-e and will make llame lo rder cheaprr lhaa it can be bought rlaew here. Buy of Ibe Tiartical maker. OSETIIIXG WOftTlt KSoWlXfl. ' eolondo ha a aew line el RiilrM ext4taj from Pueblo dowa the Artanita valle v thrvairh Bourthoru Kaamui, to Kanus City aid AtablMa on the Miouri river wears connection Is made wttk all the (treat trunk lints for all pinla la the United Stale, and Canada, avjidlaf ttdUaa delays and vexatious trankfer. ThU is the tM built, and best ruulied .nad ln4hewnt. We have Just received "our new; line of rnllsnaa Palace Sleepen, aud thtyare theasoit laxariaat In the country. The only hit equipped wild air brake anil utfrtjr platforms. Try it. Wha yae send eat tor triendi aik them to try It. Por de tailed information, maps, time tables, etc., ad dress i. T. Andkmsor, tíen'l. Pass. Aitt. Topfka, K. V. Dradlit, Utn'l, Aft. Pueblo, Ctlerade. KASHAS PACIFIC KAILWAT. The only line from La Animas to Denver and e'l t.ointt in the States. It it prompt and j,fet with ture connection 19 Cnioa Depots ot Kansas City and 1 eavenworth. Pullman cart on all train o and from Kit Carson. It gives yon Through Tickets and baggage checks tool) principal points in the land. Always travel by our Pioneer Line, and you will save time and money. Mr. 0. 8. Ltford is General, Snperintsndent at.d Mr. E. A. Parkr General Pas setger Agent, with offices at Kacsat City We would acrain remark, when you eoauv- where take the Kcnsat Pacific Railway. Ilo30t- ESSAHLISUED 1S9. ITOUNL'TS AT LAW, Succession to t'hlpnan, Iloamer & Co. 62'J Street, Washington, D. Ü. AMEItlCAK AND FOnciUN TATitMTS. Patents procured in'alt countries. No fees i adva.nck No rlinrKC unless the patent it grsutt'U No rees lor mukinK prelimiimry exumiuatious. No additional fees lor obtaining and conducting a rehearing. Spuciul attention given to Interfer ence Cases before the Patent Oii, Kxtensioue Deiore congress, lnlrnip:eniclit suits in dlfleroul .States, and 11 litigation apiertuiuing to luu ttou or Patents. , knd bTvar oh I'AJiriiLtT ut BIXTY r.KC.Zf. lmtkd States Cocrts and Departmexts. 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Old Hui-NTt Laxd Wabrawts. - The last report of the CoramismoHer of the (ienaral Land HHco show ti.KiT.lUU acres of lionnty Land Warrants otitttundiug. Thesa wereUisiied underacts of lHiS aud prior acts. We pay ca-h for them. .Send by registered letter Where aMsijntMeitt are Imperfect we give in atructions to perfect tliem. l ech. Apartment of our hiHines Is condueted i'i scporatc bureau, uudcr the charire of cincr- ienced lawyers am) clerk. Ily luiuon of eiTora or frauds rsjunv attoruey are suspeudeil troni before the l'easión and oili er nftives each year. CliiimantK whoi e aiiuiiitns have been thus suspended will liu gratuitoiiai j furniahed with fnll information .en i Di Iicalisn to us. As we charge no fee unless subcettful stamps for return postage shoulu be seat us. Libera arraiigementa made with uttonreys in all cismes of busine.-. Audrcss, GIU'OrtK A CO P.O. Box 4 IPiwniHuon.X) C. Washisotox.D. C , Rourmbrr 24, lbTfi. I take plasme in e.vpiessiag my cutir con 11 dencein the rcspuntibility and fidelitv nf te law, Patent a: d Collection Hum of GtiiiORX A Co, of thia city. GKORfiE H. B. WHITE, Cathitrofthe Nal o .' Mct,,,o itan Hank.) J. H. Snot-T. M. D. O. W. STtaaim. J.II.SIIOLT&CO. f WHOLESALE AND RETA IL DEALERS 13 plrugs f ' fjjuMtiiits La Vegas, X. II. t3,Pure Medieinal L ' .r. t,w-r en kaad4 TOR 1676. ÍSIIÍ111 -JbTEllN, S r N. E. Coraerof Kvchantr Hotel I.t V ga, ye i,tta Ilaejaat reeelee4 asid la esllaaallr rtii.k-tifa; at larfe awst (rlew Sk l Ire jioobs, irflftrus, wW.li will So1tSt price that will rMAfX SVritTBOTY. Itnver eaa rlTnn receita nr.TTKR QiiAtJTiTiEw i uonr. eioona lar their tisurr, tkw e4rlire fcitekhai earl tad Ag for yoerssrrvee.