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Loa Alunios. X. M.,
in dry fronds groceries, llqusrs, cifrar, tobacco,
hats, ciiis, IhioIs n nd billies,
uml nl1 kiii'Lt
htrf tey
flminfnr PrwWn.
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hules unit pelts
taken in exhan-re (ur (roods,
rntronage of tlie public ro-pcctftilly solicited. 03
f rf
Dixbíb Gftlintirnife.
Tecolote, New Mexico,
h always supplied with a com! as
sortment of General Mcrehandise,
and Saving a Large Corral, Good
StabL-3 and Abundance of Forage
on band, oTors the best of facilities
to the trave ling community. 56
Saddler and harness Maker
Las Vegas N. V-
Shop in Hay's lmildinfr, next door to Gazette.
J! iniilactincv uml tleulcr in ( :il ilomiiv saddles
inn I 1 lamest "l ull kinds, sinlillc trees mivrnweil
ilnwii, collars cut uml niivnintoil to tit. ilium's
i lomu'il nnil riviiii'i'il wlill in'iilnoss nuil ilisi.ilcli
AM woik wurmik'd for uní' y va r Willi luiius-
X. 1!. 1 w iiiTiint mv saltillos not tn lnivt a linvse
uml will iipike lltinicss to ovilcv clic:ipi'V llinn it
cuii lie Ixiii'hti'Ui'n here, liny ol'lli'i l'uulinil
J. II. KOOOI.ER, Editor.
C. HI an chard
0. Cfftrion.
F. Desmarais.
I W 1 1 .U-tiNl iili.'I!Í!lf JCII Ih-il?.?
TKool, IliJ-js & Telts bought ft tbo bigbest market price in CASH
Country Produce taken in exchange.
Las Vegas, San Mign-l Coui1y New Mexieo,
J. 3R9SEHWM. & CO,
x (ittral fflicrclumliisc $: Sutfitt'm0 ooiis
Wool, Hi V, Peltries and Vrohtce gencraUi bought for Cash,
Exchange at market prices.
Las Vega Feto Mexico
J. 11. TKATS.
South Secoml Ktreet, ;if;'--H
ÍMt y V((M, Xt'W Mexico, irp-ri
I 11 1 f 1 '
iUn dLU J J
Complete successor the Dry AVaslior,
rHiisrsa ntainpele to the J carilla
iiiiiieM. Henil the accounts re
ceived from a, special iiicnncii
R'er. I.n Vega the outlining
point for these diggings.
tircat activity in nil outli
ne s 230 miles of
eountry rich in placer
in i ii e h . T hr poor
iiiiiii'h paratllwe.
A fine shower yesterday.
Summer haa come at last and vegelation
u growing rapidly.
The merchants ai e hII looking out for the
arrival of summer good.
New and splendid slock of groceries will
arrive next week at JAFFA BROS.
We have a Ene specimen of Galena
brought op from a point south of the Jicari
lia Mountain.
Sheep raisers are saving on an average
one lamb for every ewe, thus increasing
their flocks by 100 per cent.
A stremi ut water bus been running
down from the upper acequia past the
Gazette office impeding travel. This
nuisance should be abated.
Charley I If eld has demolished the old
structure on the south side, he is ürepsr
ing fb rebuild and stakes adobes in the
plaza out of the old rubbish.
The f pring flowers are in bloom all over
the enu&try in the vallpys of the Pecos and
Cmiadian, We are a little too elevated
here to have an early spring.
1h. subscriber havinq removí 1 to Alhuontrut will be glad to se: any of
hit old friends who will favor him with a call. Cash and tin hinhett
ma'l-et p.-ices paid for WOuL, HIDES an I' EL TS
Office nnd warehouse on the West ude of (he Plaza. '
.Albuquerque Oct. 2Í, 1S7(J,
W. Carl & Co., Western brewery,
Santa Fe,
v as a
Aro now mapufHrlariPg tho best quality of BEER, "Lager" as well
''Ruck," be.-íi !es ALE. eoua! ti snv m,U in tbo R3foa tia...ii -t.-
I l- 1 k -"wj. rr o sell tllCBU
nd deliver our articles in krgi, barrels or bottles, iñ all parts oftha
New Mexico,
f faufi Wthü iiittfticTiirfftirri!
Excellent Beer minuet are J, soil anl delivered, either at toe Brew
cry, or to any part of tli Territory, by ths Barrel, Keg or in Bottlep
A4dreM Frank JPeber. Fort Union ru?t01ir, N. U.
JicARiM.A Mixbi, N. M.
May 2nd 1S77
Editor Las Yegis Gazettk:
The long looked for test of the dry wash
ing piucesn has at last taken place and has
proved a perfect success beyond any doubt,
aving much more gold than was expected
by iis bi st ir ends Mr. George Oinn is the
inventor of this the first machine of the
kind bvir built. It was constructed under
the most difficult circumstances at Lincoln,
a small plaza nine miles below Fort Stan
ton, on the Rio Bonitu, where the necessaty
ir.ateriul could not bo procured, and con
sequently the test was the very severest
thai could be made. This p. H. the trial
was mude in the. presence of a nuinbtr of
miners, among whom was Mr. W.
G. Murklpy of Trinidad, Colorado,
Messrs. Wolf and Powell of Las Vejina,
and a number of others nil claim holders;
consequently, much interest was manifest
ed by all parties present. The test was
mado from seventy five pans of good enrth
or mvfcl, taken from an old prospect hole
near by, nnd irom ti e lime the first shovel
i'ul! of earth was thrown into the machina
until the bint of the seventy five pans full
ilisnppe.ired, was just twenty two minutes,
in ten rn'rni'es rrore we had $7. fit)
1. f pure yellow cold which was washed from
the black sand lukfn from the tables of the
machine. Tim gold was teperated from
..1. ,1, 1 .
me nnd uíhck sana wi'ii a goia pru in a
tub of water. 'Jh's dry process of Mr.
uinn is itoui enripie and cnenp and tins a
cupucity ot about thirty cubic yards per day
which would yield at a very low ejtiiuale of
tour dollars per squnre yard, one hundred
and twsn'y dollars a day for ehuh machine
in operation. The miners art now all very
j ibilatit ar.d are all full of smiles counting
their prospective thousands; Mr. Ginn
certainly stands among the first inventors
in the world and has practically brought.
ino use a cheap and pr. fitabln method for
utilizin-; the vat and rith dry pincers of
New Mexico and Arizona. Mr. Wolf will
leave for Las VrgiH to morrow 01 next day
for ihe purpose of ordering machinery to
be used iu his claims.
G. W. ÍIartmav,
The 1-arty.
The dance which transp red at tho re
sidi-nce of Mr. C' E. Wche. Tnursday
evening was a pleasant affiiir in every res
pert. Absence from town and sicknees
prevented many trom attending, but the
numbers present were suflicient to pake ths
occasion entirely erj ijable. The following
ycung gentlemen composed the committees;
On Invitations. W. II. Shupp, Charles IU
feld, A. Flersheiin and Willie Letcher:
Floor managers, II. Ilysinger and Bernard
Illeld; Door keep, .John Chapman. The
evening was pleasnnt and the dance conti
nued Irom nine in the evening until five
o'clock the next morning. An excellent
suppti w served at 12 p. m. No one wcut
awny disssatisficd. Among tne ladies pre
terit were Mr-.. S. B Davis and daughter.
Miss Allie Dvis, Mrs. Charles Ilfeld and
siiter, Miss Kmmi Nordhnu", Miss Josefa
Desmuráis and sisters; Miss Victorians
B;ies, Mrs. Hafael Homero, Mrs. D Winter
hu of Tecolote, Mrs, T. Kuttenbeck, Mrs.
D. Genztles. and Jaughter, Miss Hilaria
Gonzales; Miss E. Sena, and others whose
names we did not learn.
fence In tb Plaza.
This is au old queslien of local improve
ment, but being old and threadbare is no
reason why it should not bo raised like fa
mili rs i it and made a living issue again. It
ought to be done. Ihe limes demand it.
It would add CO per cent to the looks of the
town and the comfort ol the inhabitants of
of the plaza. The benefits to all are patent
and we do not b diev it would work any
rri judice to any, at least it could be fenced
in such a manner as not to interfere with
ibe trde to any side of tb! square. The
mon'y tan be raised to do the work. The
ground can be sown to grrss, planted with
trees, an hrhficial fountain constructed and
beautified tnd adorned generally. A little
work will make it a thing of leanly and
joy íúrcvtr. Lot the question be brought
up again, the monpy raited and a committee
appointed to have the work executed.
Asrencion, Dsy, was generally observed
0 this community, on Thursday, by mm.
btn of (be Catholic Church.
All persons indeliud to me in my late
store business are requested to make
settlement at once, ns I desire to close my
old books. A. GUZRLACHOWSIvI.
The rainy weather delayed T. F. Chap
man and party who are going to the Jica-
rillu mines. Rmith has completed his dry
washer and they will take it dowu and
test it.
A miner returned fi ora , the Jicnrillas
yesterday and reports some immensely rich
discoveries of placer diggings near the old
camp. 1 hey pan out bigger than anything
which has yet been found.
The County Commissioners are in sosion
this week equalizing nnd correcting the tax
list for this year. The following commis
eioners are present; Jose L. Kivera of El
Pueblo, Jose S. Esquivel of this cily and J.
Felipe Raca. Clerk.
Hafael Romero relumed from Mora this
wetk. lie states the rumor in reference to
the kidnapping of Casimiro and Dolores
Romero is entirely without foundation.
Late news from the Rito Blanco is to tht
effect that everything is quiet there.
Gen. Banning writes to Raynolds Bros,
of this city from Turns, the terminus rf ihe
S. P. railroad, that his herd of sheep are
progressing slowly but sure'y from Califor
nia to this Territory. The feed is very
short however in the vicinity cf the Colo
rado liver.
. -
Don. Trinidad rtnmero received a tele
grarr from Washington, Monday Mating
ihat the extra session of congress will not
convene until Ihe lóth of October. Thus
Mr. Romero will not be compelled to leave
his business on the ranch ns soon as he
Humor with his many tongue s says th-1
the Southern Pacific and Denver d Rio
tjrande railroads will soon put on a fast
line ot Coaches between the termini of the
routes at El Moro and Fort Yüma. They
will carry p.issengers and express matter,
at very cheap rates.
As there is a considerable demand for
brick in Las Vegas and liable to be a much
greater demand in the near future, a brick
maksr could undoubtedly do well here in
that business. Let somo man skilled in the
trade nvpstigntn the advantages afforded by
Las Vegas for the snV nf brick and tiles.
The Grand Opening and Fiee Lunch at
Charlie Jewctt's restaurant, last Monday
evening wns well attended. The gupstg did
justice u) a spienan supper ar.d tiau an
excellent time generally. Charlie and Mrs.
Jewett had exerted themselves to make
everything plrasunt and comfortab'e for the
occasion nnd ihey succeeded admirably.
Nkw Butcher Suop: -The undersigned
have formed a co-partnership this 8th day
of May, 1877, nnder the firm, nam and
slyle of WAGSElt & MYEft, and have
opened the stand formerly occupied by C,
P. Jocobi, where they will keep continually
on hana the bst of Beef, Mutton, Pork-
Sausage and Smoked Meats.
Your Patronsge it respectfully iolicited,
Thermometrleal Reeord.
Record of the Thermometer, for the week
To the Public.
Having purchased half interest in the
fltore business of A. GRZELACHOWSKI
at Laa Vegas, which I have had charge ot
as agent since its re establishment. I take
this opportunity of thanking my friends and
customers for their past patronage and
favorr, and would say that in the future as
in the past, I shall Mrive by close attention
to business to merit the continuance of their
trade and confidence. The moto of ths
new firm is quick returns on reasonable per
eentnge, promptness in all business transac
tions and justice to all Richard Dunn.
The Sisters of Lorctto.
The Foundress and present Superioress
of the Convent of the Sisters of Loretto in
this city wishes through the medium of the
Gazette to present their humble appeal to
the generosity of their many kind friende
and benefactors, lo aid them in securing
their new house from the inclemency of the
approaching rainy season. The experience
of the last storm has been sufficient to
demonstrate that the roof will not protect
them from the heavy rains of the coming
summer, which will not only damage Ihe
futnitui e but the walls nf lie building. Owing
to a heavy debt which is still hanging over
the institution, they are unable to make the
necessary repairs themselves, and there
fore appeal for aid to a generous pu'dic.
In the Sweet By-nnd-By.
Cannot but be the happy thought as the
fortunate recipient of the '"Rocky Moun
tain Toukist" scans its wonderfully attrac
ive pages and peruses its fucinating des
fiptions. Most beautifully embellished
with new and highly artistic engravings, 18
letter-press a model of typographical rich
utss, and the arrangement throughout sim
ply superb, the Rdcky Mountain Tourist
is worthy of comparison with rcture?qve
America or The Akline. It is w-itten io
gossipy, graphic style, covering details ot
the tour through the garden of the South
west (the Arkansas Valley, Southern Kan
sas), to the very heart of tho Alps of Ameri
ca the Rocky Mountains. Jaunts are mude
to all fumous resorts of Colorado, the re-
markbble ruins, the springs, the mines,
and, in short, to every point of interest to
tourist, agriculturist, capitalist, miner,
and invalid. With the Tourist, the San
Juan Guide keeps fitlinc company, and
the two publications are mailed free to nil
writing for one or both to T. J. Anderson,
Fopeka, Kansas, 214
G. ri. Hatch of Vermont is among the
arrivals in town. He is eoing to llie Jica
ilia mines.
Hon. Lorenzo Lopez returned from his
ranch at San Lorenzo Saturday. He re
ports stock in excellent condition,
Mr. G. Uradley and futnily stopped over
night at the Exchange Wedi.esd.ty. They
are en nute to Sania Fe where they will in
future reside.
Mr. anil Jirs, h. llosenwald ot this city
returned by yesterdsy's coach, from their
visit east and received the warm greeting of
their many friends.
Miss E-nma Nonlhaus of New York City
sister of Mrs Ilfeld and Miss Fanuie Nord
haus of this city, arrived by Wednesday's
coach and wiil reside with her sister in Las
.ir ur r i. . .....
or. Monday's coach. Mrs. Guyer is also
expected in a few weeks. Hope ihey will
conclude to take up their residenca in Vegas
Jas. D. Wolf, George Ginn. W. 0
Markley, G. W. Hartmun and G. II
Hatch returned from tho Jicarilla mines
yesterday evening. They came up for the
purpose 0 having machiuery constructed
to work their claims.
Wagner's Hotel Arrivals.
C. J. Y iimum, Gallinas Springs, J. F,
Bond, Trinidad. James n. King, Silver
City J. L. Morris Santa Fo. Jacob It
roster, Santa Fe. M. G. Gordon Upper
town. A. M. Holt, Trinidad. J. Mc
Masters, City. W. A. Givens City. R. J
IT -I. M it 11 ...
uuniiiion wnaperr.o. j. iraery, warm
Springs. R. O. Snider, Fort Smith Ar
Kansaf. C. Sperling Trinidad. Henry
City, P. II. Berbridge, Fort Union. John
Holan, Fort Union. J. C. Meson, City
Henry II. West, Del Norte, Colorado
C. W. Russell, Del Norte, Colorado
Thos. J. Parker, Kansas City, II. Long
moor, County. Emiierio Gallegos. Los
do. L. W. Kincsley, New Jersey.
An Outrage.
Newt has reached Don Benito Baca here
hat the cattle men have driven off hit herd
from his ranch ora the Dry Cimarron, des
troyed his corrales and threatened the lives
of his herders
His foreman, who had come to Cimarron
for assistance, sends the information. We
have not full particulars.
1 ondon, May 2. The Ttltgraph pub
lishes the following sensational special dis
patch from Vienna. "The convention be
tween Russia and Roumania for the transit
of the Czar's army is considered by Austro-
Hungary as a breach of neutrality, and the
impression it In c une i is such that, from
the aspect of affairs, it seems doubtful
whether the government will be able to re
8st much longer the manifestations of pub
lic opinion in fivor of intervention. The
press has never been so violent n its lan
guige lo vard Russia."
The scientists, after a careful analysis of
the grasshopper eggs, pronounce the grass
hopper crop of 1877 a failure. By some
.seeming'y strange, but probably perfectly
natural, cause in nature, the grcsshopper
epidemic has nearly run its course. The
eggs lack fertility, either froa simple defi
ciency of vitality or from the attack of eome
parasite that hat come into existence to
feed upon them. Opinions differ as to the
real cause, but there is a general feeling of
satisfaction tl at the grasshopper war is in
fe last csmpaignr and victory perchts i.n
the banner of '.he industrious agricolist.
Denver Times'
The recent railroad surveys in San Diego
id San Bern )diiio counties, California,
have established some curious lac's about
the Colorado deseit, TIia lowest point sui
veyed is 287 feet below the level of tha set,
and the lowest point on the Southern Paci
fic Railroad is 275 feet. From a point
near Indian wells, for sixty miles es.it
towurd Yuma, t'ie whole road lies below sea
level. An old ocean beach, cloarly distin
guishable, extends all around the edge of
this immense basin, at a level some fifteen
teet lower than 'hat of the sea. Immense
beds of salt have been found, in some cases
two feet ihick. Analvsis shows this Bait to
be almost pure' chloride of sodium.
ending Thursday May lOih lfi"7, furnished
by 0. W. Stebbins;
Timb 6 a.m. 12. m, 6 p. m,
Friday, 81 6(5 M0
Saturday, ll CO 40
Sunday, 40 f,4 65
Monday, 42 CI 60
Tuesdav. 61 f,4 C3 f
Wednesday, 45 C8 C2
Thursday 0 64 51.
New Store at Tecolote.
Da?. Winterniiz has now becomclhe sole
proprietor of the branch store of Chas Ilfeld
at Tecolote, having purchased the entire
s'ock of goods. He keeps constantly on
hand a first class assortment of merchandise
which he sells at as cheap and even cheaper
rates than Merchants of Las Vegas. He
also keeps a forage agency and has good
corrals; stables, etc., and is tbn.idantly
provided with grain and bay. Good ac
commodations for travellers. To freighters
he would say that hd has oxea and mules
on ban I for sale at chetf ralei. 210 4t
Why Life is a Ilurden.
We were accosted on the street by a
small boy last evening, who thus addressed
us; "Say. mister, will you put somethiu'
in the paper?'' "What is it you wish inser
ted in that fimily journal, the Revei'le, my
sot?" we asked in reply. "Well," he saidt
some of the boys up to the public school
s a-culin' the other fellers out of their
gtt.s. l oor little uoy, in tne iresnness 01
iis innocent youth, he li'.tle knows that
gelling cut out of a "gal" by auother "fel
ler" is a sorrow not confined to a school
boy alone. He dors not dream the boys of
a larger growth know the deep poignancy
of sitting on the ténce and seeing another
feller escorting their hearts' idol home
from church. 'J hat bey has more 10 learn
I han is taught in sibool. Aistin (Sev. )
England Rendy.
London, Mny 8. The Post says the wr
ship Achilles has received instructions to
proceed to Plymouth on Friday. We are
informed that the government has a'rtody
thirty Eve thousand troops and eleven
thousand horses ready to embaía at any
momer. t,
Xrgro Murderer Hanged
Cimarron, May 8. William Brecken
ridge, the negro who murdered William
an i Emmet Maxwell in MarcS las', and
who was tried and convicted at the last
term of the Colfax eoatity court helJ iu
Taos county, was hanged this afternoon by
Sheriff Burlisun. He mounted the scaffolJ
at 1:10 and spoke about an hour, ennfesting
the crime and that he robbed bis victims
He stated that he got only fifty d ollars and
a half in the robbery. The drop fell at 2 32
bmkii'g his neck, and at 2:59 Drs. Ludí
lum and Tipton announced life extinct, and
the body was cut down Rer. S D. Loug
beed, of Rosita Colorado, attended the
murderer on the scad-Id. Ibe execution
was witnessed by about four hundred pea,
Murder of Paul Dos l:n
The Aiic Mexican gives the following
additional particulars 0. the death of Capí,
Paul Duwlin:
The news reached the city this morning
uf tne cold blooded murder of Mr. Paul
Dowlin, at his mill near Fort Stanton, by
one Jtre Dillon, Upon receipt of the mel
ancholy news at l'i.rt Mantón, several ol
the officers, with Mr. William Dowlin, pro
ceeded to the scene of the muider. liny
found Mr. Dowlin Hill alive but sinking
f'iiHt,'.lie fatal wound being on ihe head.
t 12 o'clock, m., he died. Lieut. Pague,
lótn lul'uniry, Bent word to the command--ing
dtlicer that the murder was cold blood ,
ed; und luiher advices .states that after fir
ing two shots wiih a carbine, Dillon drew a
revolver and continued firing Dowlin kept
advancing en Dillon although unarmed
begiii'ig Dillon to stop firing for God's sake
and 1 s en to reason. To the h.rge circle
ol his friends in this place the sad death of
Paul Dowlin will cause heartfelt sorrow.
Come now i nd let us reason together.
Why do people so frequently say to Dr.
Pierc, "1 suppose your Golden Medical
Discovery eures evry ihing"? Because it
has been the practice of knavish charlatans
10 uianuficlure worthless rostrums and at
tempt to dupe the ignorsnt and credult u
by recommending ihe.n to cure every form
of disease. To such au extent has this
been prac iced that it is no wonder that
many have acquired prejudices against all
advertised remedies. But Dr. Pierce docs
not advertise his standard preparations as
"cure-alls" does not claim that they will
perform miracles, but simply publishes the
fact that tbey have beeu ttveloped as
specifics for certain forms of disease f r
which he recommends them, after having
lesifd their efficiency ill many bundled esses
with the most gratifying success. It is a
fact known to every well-informed physi
cian that many single remedies pontes sev
eiul uitTeranl properties. Quinine, for ins
lance, has tonic quality, which luggesta
in case of debility; an anti-periodic, by
which it is ellickciuus id sgie; and a febri
fuge property, which renders it fflicacious
in cases of fever. The result of iti admin
istration will alio vary with ihe quantity
airen and the circumstances under which
it is employed. So, likewúe, the Goldrn
Medical Discovery possesses both pectoral
and alterative, or blood-clesnsipg proper
ties of the highest order By reatno of
these two prominent properles it cures two
classes Ot diseases. First, those of he tes
piratory organs, as throat bronchil, and
lung flections, chronic coughs and asthma,
and second testes of the blood and glan
dular system, in which affections all skill
ful phvsic ans employ alteratives, as in
esses of blotches, eruptions, ulcers, swe'
lines, tumors, abscesses, and in torpor of
he li'er or I 1 cufoess." While its use
i '. bv iU combinstionof properties, sug
ees'ed in cases of pulmonary contomption
yet yr-u need not take it expecting it wll
cu-eyou if yoor lungs are Lalf consumed,
imr because :t 11 recommended as a blrar-d
medicine would its proprietor advise too to
.ake is expecting it to cure cancer. It will
not perfora niirsclrs. but it will cure many
grave forms of disease.

v, vv. uuycr, ot IjB Mesilla, come up
llnneke. Las Conchas. W, A. Marxgi
Alamos. Romualdo Fuentes, Rio Colora

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