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t n H0OOLER. Editor.
Oa Thursday evening of this week a large number of the elite of the upper and lower (own of Las Vegas and surrounding country assembled at the home of Dun Simon Baca in the upper town to witness the marriage ifMiit Sicilia Montoya. dunghter of Don Miguel Montoya to Don PeJro Perea, son f Don Joke L. l'erea of Bernalillo. The iUeita of the spacious dwelling had been -r-pard especially foi the occasion and as handsomely ft stoned with evergieens and flags and hang wiih mirrors. The Man inge ceremony was performed at the appointed hcur by Rev, J. M. Coudert, I'arilh Triest, assisted by Hererents das yarri and IVrsnr.é af er a sliori discourse upon the obligations of tho rr.urringe con tract by Rev. Caprri. The handsome brid wa e!e,rit!y att.ir d in white gros craiti silk, tu train, skirt trimmed with rufH'S, pl.iiti and pleated alternating: (tu of orange blossoms, white tulle v-iil mil wreath of orante bios virus fulling below the wlst. The gueit )ires3ut uiiniberid several hundred and re presented iirair; them the lending and wealthy families of the Territory. Owing to limited time and apure this week our Jenkins will spare the toilets merely slating tint the ladies were dressed with that rich tiess apiroprinte to the weal'h they re presen ed. Dancing commenced ut nine o'clock and refreshments were served in an adjoining room throughout the evening. The wedding cuke was a nvister piece in ihe cookery line, pyramidal in simpe and mens oring a fcot and a half in bight, on a pro portionate base. Among the ;;iieaU from a distance, present, were J, M. Perea and wife of Bernalillo. Justo A mijo and wife also of Bernalillo, United States Senator Dorsey from Arkansas, Jefferson Raynolds and wife recently of Pueblo, Mrs. Iluynolds of Central City Frank Crozier of the Denver ft Hi Grande Railroad, and many other distinguished non-residents whjse names the reporter failed to obtain. Hilled. A ditticulty .ook place Saturday evening list, in the west purl of town between Cor iitslio Fl -res and one Juan Plummerfeld from Mora wht"h resulted in the death of the fornmr Wo hhve not lcanou! the cause of the 4 fficulty I u' Plummerfeld is sunpos e1 to have strm k Flore on the head with a puto!, breaking the bkull. Flores lay uue.inseinus until the next morning when e died. Piuintnerfeld had stopped around (wnand was anepti-d Sunday afternoon, 'I he ineliminiity elimination was had on Monday ami Pusdiiy of this week, befire Jurice of the Peace, Feliciano ISsen.lero. 'l b prisoner was remanded to juil, without l al, 10 iwii the action of the District Court. The fatal affray took place some ten steps outside of the saloon oflhe brother of ha deceased. . fw.uth Scci nd Street in Li coming one of ur pr t.t"ipl busing's-1 streetH. Cotnmer.c V'U from lh pirata, are the Kxehango Flo el tli tere of J. Itosenwald k Co, the barber t hup, the office .f the i.as Veas Advertiser the laílo; thop of Pot fuio AniHjn, the saloon of Jose Pereida, Teals' bind er shop tha ollii; of the Las Vegas Gazkttk, Powell's carpenter shop. F. C. Ogden'a raip-ititer shop and lurniture ht re. the store of May Hay's. Croxlord'a harness shop, Mico it the It'ecixta Ca'ul ra store of .Inne Santos Kq'iivel and of ihe office of J. II. ciiiifi.i, !'e itist and Phyioirn. -Ha The (Jazktte office has tmw got in new fnl commodious quarters a the north end of Diot,i(iu ftunz ties' building nearly op liosite the obi quarters winch it has occupied since its establishment. This removal was hffceted on Monday und has necessarily entailed a large amount ot woik upon the I rioting force th'i werk, and somewhat curtailed tha nsual amount of rending matter. Tin our patrons will excuse and s we hare now caught up with the work we will mike the future Mines of the 7.111 k better th in ever. Messrs J avía Rana, would respectfully inform their friends and customers that they have been delayed in reopening their atore longer than anticipated owing to the linn arrival of the Insurance Agent to ad just the losses occasioned by the fire, but they hope now to have eyerytblng ar ranged in a very few days to resume busin ess, and they will then dispose of their re making stock of goods at extremely low I'ricet, in order to make room for an entire Lew stock. Among the personals crowded out last week was the arrival of Mrs. W. T. Onyer, from Mesilla. Mr. Cuer bad made his advent previously atid secured a house for a lermanvbt retidme. Ciad to Lave them in Vear agsin. JrfTcrsoo P.ayt.olJs. the banker, returned FafurdaT last frcoi ('dorado and with him came bis 'star ti law, Mrs. Rayuolds from Cet.tr! City. J. Kenyor, has also returned from Colo ralo to lovk after bis herds. A pic-tic was lad Tuesday at a pictn. resqoi spit on the river at Romero's ranch. It wat lavwly attended and a good time ha! generally. Xo more pleasant or health ful i-asiiiL inn be invented than a quiet 4sy in il woods away from the cares aud velal'fts of bi:siras or dty. Grain is heading out. Carpenters are generally busy. Many strangers arein town. Sheep shearing season is nearly over. The weather has beea reek. pretty warm this Armstrong brings ftesh butter to town every Friday. The emigration to the Jicarilla mines has only commenced. The sou'.h bound stages ate generally crowded with passengers. Work is progressing satisfactorily on the new buildings on the south side. Te weather has been dry and warm the pist week, crops begin to need water. A Las Vegaa is writing interesting letters to the Joplin Sunday Herald, published in Jasper county Missouri. We learn that a horse nice for big stakes will take place at Los Alamos on the 4th of July. Une of the horses belongs to Luh Baca. In addition to the attractions of a horse race at. Los Alamos on the 4'h of July, n hig dance will also take place in the even ing. We huve not restived any important news from the .Honrillas up to the hour of going tn press, but by next w?ek hope to have Some favorable information. A heuvy emigration from Kaunas, Colo rado, Missouri and Arkansas is passing through here this summer bound for various points in this Territory and Arizona. - i T, F. Chapman will be oil to tbe Jicarilla mines in a few days with a Drj Washer of Smith's model. The former one taken down was merely to test the principal. This will be ft substantial structure. Don Eugenio Romero has commenced to clear away the rubbish from the ruins for the purpose of rebuilding his store house on the phiz i. Tne house will be occupied as soon as completed as a store by Messrs. JulT.i Brothers. A rumor has been going tbe rounds that Don Eugenio rtomern's train was attacked by Indians at some point in Arizona, several of ihe mules killed und a teamster or two wounded, but Mr. Rimero uh not ye' heard of it uud does not think the report reliable. Aiotice Is hereby given that the copartnership of J T, Johnson and Brother is this day dissolved by mutual consent of both parties J. T. Johnson is to pay all company debts and to receive payment for all debts owing to the company. Javks T. JoHXSOX. April 3d. 1?77. Don Romualdo Baca showed us a natural curiosity which he brought up from his ranche It is a MnlTid lamb skin, showing that the little animal had two perfect head and necks sprii ging from one body. Ii had four legs as sny other lamb, but from the shoulders fowird it was formed double. This is a curious freak of nature. Xolloe From a-id after ihe 1st day of July 1877, we shall sell only for Cosh, All our cjstomers will please bring or send the Cash f.jr medicines, as we have closed our Books, und broken nui Slates. J. II. SHOUT I CO. All persons indebted to us. will please Call and settle immediately or their acccunis will be placed in the hands of nn Attorney for collection. 2'20 5t ! Mr. Sweeny, Insurance Agent from Denver, arrived Thursday to adjust the loss of J. Roseuwald & Co.. occasioned by the fire. The agent for the company In which Jaffa Bros, ure insured will arrive to-mor row. A Card. To our many frimds and the public in general, we extend our thanks for the vuluaiiie and tmely aid and atintance rendered us in saving our goods from the conflagration last week. We have again established our office in the old stand on tbe north side of the pLza where we will open out in a few days with an entire new stock, and where we will be glad to meet all our friends aud customers. Jaffa Bros. i Senator Dorsey, Dr. Cantiindiam. Willie Spieglebsrfc and other gentlemen whose names we did not learn started yesterday for the Upper Galliurs for the purpose of Cbbing for trout. 30 Reward One brown mare mule branded an spple on left shoulder and hip. Out soirel horse snule, no brenl. The mire mule is 14 hands high. Horse mule 15 hands high The mules strayed from Sumner and when ta .t .., ... seen on me urn inn tney were near Kohn Yerby's ranch. The above reward will lie pjid to any one bringing said mules to J. II. Teats, at Las Vegas Prraonata Mr. J. Bernard ol Trinidad is stopping in town. Willie Spiegelberg of Sar.ta Fe is stoppiLg at the Hot Springs. Hon. 8. W. Dreer. Senator from Ar- kantss, arrived by Tuei lay's Cogth and Lag I een Mopping i' a:e days in tova. i Miguel A. Otero and family arrived from Santa Fe yesterday. Hon. L. G. Murphy and J. J. Dolan came up from Fort Stanton Saturday last. John Dold, Jr., son of Andres Dold came with Frank Chapman from New York. On Thursday eveninn Miss Beatrice Otero and Mr. Carlos Armijo were married in Denver. Isidor Stern got back Saturday from a successful trip through the Uio Abujo, purchasing wool, Frank Chapman returned from a business trip east Saturday, looking much recuper ated in bodily strength. Rafael Romero and family removed to La Cueva in Mora county yesterday. Sorry to have them leave Vegas. Tliermomctrical Record. Recorr' of I he Thermometer, for the week ending Thursday June 21st 1877, furnished by 0 V. Stelil.ins: Time 0 a. m. 12 k. m, 6 p. m, Friday, " 64 75 75" Saturday, 04 80 7 (J Sunday, 62 8G 7(5 Monday, CO 60 70 Tuesdav. 70 83 11 3 Wednesday, 07 85 70 Thursday f.3 70 74 XotU-e New Bi'tchkk Snot: The undersigned have formed a co-partnership this 8th day of Mi.y, 1877. under the fi.-m, items and style of WAGNER & MYER, and have opened the stand formerly eecupied by C. Joeobi, where they will keep continually on hand the be.4 of reef, Mutton, Pork Sausage and Smoked leata. Your Patronage is respectfully solicited, TH, WAGNER, J. MYER. In the Sweet Ry-nnd-lly. Cunnot but be the huppy thought as the fortunate recipient of the '"Rocky Moun tain Tourist" scans its wonderfully uttrnc !ive pages mid peruses its fucinnting des criptions. Most beautifully embellished with new and highly artistic engravings, its Iblter-press a model of typographical rich ness, ano the arrangement throughout sim ply superb the Rooky Mountain Tourist is worthy of comparison with Picturesque America or The Aldine, It is written io gossipy, graphic style, covering details ol ihe tour through the garden of the South west (the ArkansHS Valley, Southern Kan sas), to the very heart of the Alps of Ameri ca the Rocky Mountains. Jaunts ure made to all famous resorts of Colorado, the re markiible ruins, the springs, the mines, and, in short, to every point of interest to tourist, agriculturist, capitalist, miner, and invalid. With the Tourist, the Sax Juan Guidk keeps fitting compuny, and the two publications are mailed fr'ie to nil writing for one or both to T. J. A.vonusox, ! Topeka, Kansas, 214 LIST OF AIIKIYAI.S. Wagner's Hotel. Theo. Petirsnn City. U. B. Kincaid I, a Cinta Joseph Kenyon, Colorado Springs Benjamin Walker, Denver, Colorado. Ani ceto Gureia, San Gerónimo. II. Longnioor G. M. Slrub. W. J. Elkins, Kansas City. C B. Stephenson, South Bend, Ind. S. V. Dorsty, Arkiinsss. Geo. W. I'ickett, Blink Hawk, N. C. Hickman, City. J.J, Fish. V. Huckleson. H, llunek", County, I C Corbett, New York. J. II. WcEwcn Del i-oite. Jcwctt'M Hotel. Jumes Smith, Kansas Mr. Ryus, Trini dad. Geo. M. Straub, Colorado Springs. Luis C. do Buca, Isidor W. Gallegos and Andres Sena, Los Alamos. J. Wylcr, Cimairon. H. Longmocr. D. Powell, City. Willie Lele her and Frank Chapian. City. John Furl ey, Trinidad. Mack and Tom. Cooper. Seven ltiverc. Charley llod gers and Calvin, Trinidad. Sainutl and George Kohn, City. Wm. 1 bomas, Ar kansas Biver J. J. Fisk and V. Hudson, Texas. J. C. Corbett, Wiugale. Uichard Duun, City. James Lewis, colored, has been rommis sioiiid hs Nuval Officer at New Orleans. Colonel Jack Wbartou has beeh officially notified of his appointment is United States Marshal for Louisianu, vice I'iIkiii, suspend el, and wiil be commissioned upon furnish ing the requisite bond, 'Ihe Russian and the Turk glare a! each other across the Danube, each with a chip on his shoulder which the other is afraid to knock oir. They have been contemplating the war maps in tbe American newspapers, and dire not move; they would beabnolule ly certain to get lust, end a Üutsian cr lurkinh army lost iu the labyrinths of an American war map mint certainly starve to death befere it could be rescued, There is no doubt whatever that the Sol tan earnestly exerted himself to prevent war, lut, finding himself obliged to choose between revolution, with probable loss of power, and measures whieh were sure to make Russia declare wsr, he chose tbe lat ter reluctantly and with serious forebodingi. The character of this man niay be estima ed from the following incident: HesulTL-rs from a decayed tooth, and, having been ad vifed to consult adputist, mmmcned on. Dentist advised the extraction of the tooth, and, at the request oflhe Sultan, explained the modus oprndi. The Sultan summon ed a slave and directed the dentist to show him how it was dune. The slave lost h':? teoih, but, the Sultan m nncerred by the sight of blond er.d dcterrrd the operntios en bimelf. It is stated on ihe let author ity that Ihe dentist has already bcn sum moned eight times and that eight slaves hv lopt or or more teeth each, but '.hat J the Eül'.in still sufir from toothache. TLti incident might well serve as a parable to illustrate the way in which Western Europe has dealt with the rotten fabric known as th? Ottoman Empire. A Sharper Caught- Some time lust December a men named Max Leichtentbil called on the Luna Broth ers, sheep men of Los Lunas, N, M., and made a contract with them for the purchase of 20,000 head of sheep. He pud a small amount of money for whieh he took a re celpf, which he had already prepared. Some time afterwrrd tbe Lunas received notice from Chick, Brown & Co., the ban kers, thai they held a note of theirs for $10.000. They were naturally astounded and on investigation it was found out that the sharper had taken advantage of their ignorance of the English language, and had obtained their signature to the note under the supposition that it was merely a receipt for the small amount, paid them. Deputy Sheriff Frank Smith learned of the trans aetion last win'er while working up the Carsongang of railroad thieves, and eince then the Rocky Mountain Delertivo Associ ation has been on tbe lock out for the swindler. Last Saturday word was receiv ed that he was in town, and as tho Den ver Pacific train was leaving, Frank Smith saw hi.n boardii g a ear. Proof was obtain ed that he was the man wanted, and a tele gram to Evans caused Lis arrest at that place. He arrived here ycslerday, in charge of a Weld county officer and is now in j ail. On the way duwn he expressed sorrow at having caused the Luna Brothers any trouble, spying that he supposed the loss would full on the bank. tiiW Times - History of ii Picture. Two of the most celebrated artisls the world has ever known dwelt in the same city. One delighted in delineating beauty in all its graces of tint, form tr.d motion. His portraits were instinct with the charm of physical vigor. The gr iceful, half volup luous outline of form und feature liaiino nizod with delicately blended tints. On his canvas, the homeliest faces had an ul most irresistible charm. The other lomid pleasure) only in depicting weird and gloomy subjects. Atore all, did he exce'. in painting the portraits ( f the dying. Hie agonizing death -throe, the ghastly face and form, were nil depicted with marvelous fidelity. There existid between these ar tists the most intense dislike. At length this dislike culminated. The beauty loving ill-list had been engaged in painting the portrait of a beautiful woman. Connois seurs pronounced it the most wonde;ful piece of art ihat had ever been produced. His brother arust w:is jealous of his fame and sought revenge. By bribing the keep er of the studio he gained access to the picture each nidit. Al first ho was content to only deaden the brilliancy of the complex. ,0" ""d 'yes. , 'r'ic tle kloom from cheek au l lip and pnint a Bhudow on either cheek. Later, bis strokes grew bolder und freer, and o.ie morning the artist awoke to lind the entire outline of the portrait changed. He could scarcely reeogirze iu the emacia ted form and hngjt-rd countenance the glow ing conception he had embodied. Tbe pal lied face and expressionless eyes he had attributed to a lack of gcnuinei.ess iu his materials; but when the outlines were clnm ged he suspected the cause aud indignant ly di missed the keeper. What the revenge ful artist marred by a few rapid strokes of his skillful brush was only restored by years of pttient. iiidu.-iry. Header, need wm mime the artists. Health, who paints the fl iwe'S and "graísy carpel'1 no less than the hu mini form divino. Disease, tho dreaded artist who revn!s among the ruins both of nature and h'.inian'ny. and Carelessness, the keeper to whom IL-alttT'often intrusts his portraits. And is it not the beaut ol woman, the most admired of all the works whieh adorn ihe studiu of ileitllh, the D.s case oftenest seeks to mar? The slightest stroke of his brutdi upon the delicate organ ization leaves an rnipriut that requires much skill and patience lo eiTice Restoration must be prompt. Carelessness must be dismissed. Let suffering women heed tbe warning ere Diseñe has marred their chitf beauty II -iillli nevond reparation. I)r. I'ierce's Favoiite 1'rencriptinu has been ued by thousands of these sufferers, and ihey are unanimous in their praise of its excellence. If you would b trRnformed from the pallid, nervoim invalid into a hap py, vigorous wcnian, try it. There was only one cigar left in the box, sad thero were two young hopefuls struggl ing for it. The 6rst little boy clutched it, but he s:iid consolinely to his bi other, 'Never mind, Dick, I'll smoke on it till I get sick, und tlrn you can finish it." And the heart ef tbe other little boy was comforted. ruck. J. B. Sypbax, fi rme rly a slave of ihe Arlington estate, and more recently a mem ber of the Virginia Legislature, advocates the resignation of the chairman of the Re publican State committee, aid hopes '"all hands," of wha'eve. color and politic, wiil support Genral W. II. F. (Rooney) Lee for Governor. Remaral ! !!! I take Ihe liberty to inform my custom ers nnd friends and ihe public in general, thit on and after the 1st oay ot July next, I will occupy mv former store in the Lopei building on the south side of the plaza, where I will open an entirely new ttock of all kinds of merchandise. Perfect satisfaction rs to low prices and good quslily of gDods guaranteed. ISiDOIt STERN. Tax Sotlce All Tx payers in Mora County are hereby notified that the Tag for the year 1877, i now due and mut be pnid immediately, and II l as not paid np by Abgust 1st. 1877, will be declared and repor'ed delinquent IlkMtl KUHI.VH'JX. Cnllccter of Mor Connty New Mexico. Mora N. M. Juae lVb 1377. 222 8t T Legal Jfotlce. Chtus llfelü and i Adoli.h Letcher, t Attachment. . Francisco Chaves J In Justice's Court in and for Plecinct No. 5 of San Miguel Count; aod Territory ol New Mexi co, c Tho said defendant. Francisco Chaves, will hereby take notice that you aro sued in I lie said court benire Justice Feliciano tscudero, by euid l'laintina in an action of aesumijuit for the amount of forty six-dollars, lor goods, warenuU lueirhHiidise sold mid delivered to you, and I Inn a writ of attachment h:is been issued against you an J your credit attached and garnished there under; and unless vou appear before said Justice on Monday theülMuy of July 1877 at JO o'clock a.m., athisoflicc in Ls Vegas, in suid coaaly and Territory, judgment will he rendered aRaiiut you for said amount and cots and the credits attached applied in iisvment of the same, UKSUiNU JAItAMIM.O. I.as VeprasN. 51, Sheriff. June i2lh lt77. i S-3-.it. F. C. 0GDEN, 7.m Vegai, AVir .lffxiro. Ilrti'iny opened n Fnrnilnre Store in tht laijt Building, vn Suvth Second Street, I would respet t fullü injorm Ihe citizent of Lut Veyat and vicinity tiint 1 will tupply them, ut cheap rales, tt-ia all ilnnin of Furnilitce chain, tttbtea. tafee, bui eitui, bedsteads, tic. Come and look at my naodx and price them. F. C OGJJ.V, ÍJ2-ÜIU BUCKEYE MOWERS AND BUCKEYE JIOWF.KS nnd REAPERS combined. For sale by K. J. Tost, Trinidad, Colorado. I pet the TiucVcye Mccliires by the ear load, I m;II llitni ehoiipcr tliiin they ever tme been sold hi Sew Mexico. t nlso keep the Coa 9 Su'ky Hake and a full Block of Hardware, Saws, 1'istoU ami Ammu nition oi all kinds. Any amount of Sections mid hxtius for the Buckeye Machine. J2-am Kotire. Is herebv given to all whom It may concern that no person will be permitted to herd or pasture any sheep or horned cattle within the limits of the pi aut of laud known as tho Heck Grant, Mtuate. in tho county ol Sun M ijinel, in the 'I erritoiv of Xew Muxieo. und bounded on tho North by the Antonio Ortiz Grant and the Mesa leí Aguaje tic la Ycpua, on thcKat by the Mesa dc l'niiirlio, on the South by the Pecos liivor, and on the West, bv the point of Ihe table lands of ( hupnines. Nor will persons l.e allowcit to drive their live stock across ihe sume and feed over it slowlv inkinp up several days In doing so, nnd hereiil'ler all persons loiinil feeding or grazing their live stuck vilhln Ihe stud grant, unless thev aro traveling along the public, high way, and going wiih the iisunl sjiecd, in driving slock aioug the public liiühwuvs, will be prose cuted to the lull extent of the law, by the under signed. U. W. STOEROAI). W.L. DU'KINSOX for themselves and the other owuer of siid Land. --1- 8E0. CBGXFOBBt Saddler and harness Maker Lai Vegas N. Mr Shop m Hay' building, next door to Gazette. Manufacturer nnd dealer In California saddles and llame of nil kinds. Saddle trees narrowed down, collar out nnd warranted to lit. Humes.-, cleaned and repaired with neatness and dispatch All w ork wariciileU for one )ear with lau u ge. X. Tt. I warrant mv saddle not to hurt n horse and will make Harness to order cheaper than II can be bought elsewhere. Huy of ihe Piuclicul maker. 0. BlancharJ. U. Gtffriou. !HL!A!Ní!(l!!íA!lílH k H'fO.i DEALERS IN ENERáL BEB6HANDI8S. U'ool, Iliilos k Telts louglit tt-tho highest tnarktt price in CASH. Country Produce talen in exchange. Las Vegasy San Miguel Comty New Mexico, r TI' WHOLESALE & ItETAIL DEA LEUS I" i cncral $crclantíse Wool, Ilih, Peltries and Exchange at viarket prices. Las Vegas j tifj J. II. TEATS. Í' , MEAT MARKET. Í " Ú Soii'h Second Street, U f cattT TOifc'G liuifcicljlcfftifry LAS GOLONDRINAS N. M Excellent ?cer minafactured, soli and delivered, cither al tee Brew ery, or to any part of the Territory, by th Barrel. Keg or in Eotil Address Frant TTeber. Fort Jnion FoatOffioe, K. l. t ffifcolole Store. AND V. S. TOAOS AOEKCT OF ilabib SStintcrnite. Tecolote, New Mexico, Is always supplied with a good ts sortmcut of General Merchandise, and having a Large Corral, Good Stables ami Abundance of Fofage on hand, oTera the be3t oí facilities to the trave ling community. 56 ANDRES SENA, Los Alamos, N. M., RETAIL MERCHANT Iu dry good trocerios, liquars, cigars, tobácea, hats, caps, boots and shoes, and all kinds of rVr Country Produce, p7 wool hides nnd pelfs taken inexhange (or goods. Patronage of tbe public respectful ly solicited 93 --i 3 a s s h ( 5..S ? ? O 3 trv 3 an ST N ta it o en o 2 trv o -5 i''. Dcsmaraií. ulfittíii0 Soobs ProJua gieraUi loujut for Cash, Few Mexico