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gas $egas azcjte. J. II. KOOCLER, Editor. The McMlu' cHke. The case of the Territory vs 0. P. Mc Mains, indicted for murder in the county of Colfar, charged te huta been committed up.in on Crin Veja é using the trouble in " that county, in October 1875, ws tried in the Mora court Wednesday and 1 hursdny of tin week. Al the cut 5i excited gi-neral public interest, we have tnkeu the trouble to lay before our reader a pretty complete ob straet of th testimony in the cane. Col. William Breeden, A'torney General, prosfented the case on the fart of the people and Frank Springer Esq of Cinvirron and Judge Lee of the Verimjo conducted the def nae. The following jury was impanneled in the cuse: Pedro Moris, Juan Ortegtt, Benjamin Loewenrtein, Concepción Triijillo Noverto Saavedra. Nei'or Me, í'acrutnen to Baca, Jose Mini Cnrenin, George V. Bcroggint, Gtorgo Casbtnure, Candelario Busies and Julian Solis. Tbii jury were eworn in the case and the Sheriff Henry Robinson, was charged dur ing sJl recesses, of the Court during the trial, to keep the jury together and not al low anyone to converse with them. Owing to the voluminous character of testimony we can not give it in full, but are compelled to confine our selves to the sub stance. Isaiah Rinehart was the first witnessed called for the pro.secutkn and testified substantially to having sens the dead body of Cruz Vega, the morning after he had been killed, lying near a certain telegraph pole about a half to three fourths of a mile north of the Poñil river in Coltax Co., near one and a half to one and three fourths miles from Cimarron. The surroundings indicated a struggle; foot jirints were visible and a piece of tobacco, a bottle and bunch of hair as though it had been pulled out of deceased's head were found. '1 he time was fixed h.i the latter part of 1875 or the fore rart, of 1876. The left and hind pnrt of the head of deceaaid was broken in as thotiph done with a blunt initrument. A lullnt hole was in the body and the marks around '.he neck and a piece of lariat laying near indicated alio that he had been hung. The body was near a telegraph pole 23 to 30 feet from where the struggle bud been. Witness then testified to a co.ivcr.iat ion had with Defendant 7 or 8 days before the death of Cruz Vega. He said: Mr. McMaiiis came to my Imane and we got to talking about the killing of Mr. Tolby. He asked me what I thought about this Cruz Vegt I didr.'t think thut ho was guilty of the killing. I told him that everything went o show that he ws certainly about some placo close whero To'ly wiis killed. He then asked me if I couldn't tmnage to cet lii rn out near the lVfii! atid t'uere h ive ail interview with hitn. I told l.im it was im jtrnu'We for we to do it. I told him if 1 would lake him out there and snnielbinp eboald happen hini, that I would hnvc to leve the country. 'I hat I cnuM do nothir.g to convince t'io Mexicans but what It was my fault. At the sum! tinip, he told me, that I would certainly be relieved from nil rbst, 'lut he WiiuH have a rrowd there to take charge of iiiia when I cot him there. Witneta alo Mated that he had nnnther conversation with Defendant four di.ys afterward os fi.liows: ''I went over to the Poñ.l at Mr. Wei don's. I met Mr. McMnins there. He remarked to me that ha was sorry that there was nobody there brave enough to bring Cruz over to the Poñil, He laid he was going to take it upon himself to get him over. The Poñil is about a mile f-oin Ci marron. To the beet of my recollection Mr. McMains remarked that he had mude arrangements to have him brought there. He alio made this remerk that all good citizens should take an interest in havirg dim punished, Defendant did not s'ate what he proposed to do with h'm (Cruz Vega)in either of these conversations, ex rept that he should be well taken care of if he ever got him there. On cross examintion witness stated that lie saw indications of fire in timber on the left of the body. That he might have Said to Mr. McMains, that it seemed strange if Vega did not have a hand in it, meaning the murder of Mr. Tolhy, tha'. he was certiinly somewhere in the neighborhood. "I seen thai the peor It all felt that CroZ Vega was implicated in the Bitird"r of Tolby. Several had spoken to me to s if I could not interview him privately, I aid if it was wished. I wonld get him to go to a room privately and have a talk with hm myelf and give him in anders'and that the thing had been traced np lo him. y the people and that I might gel t con fession out of him, but thai didn't seem to suit, wasn't severe enoujh, and so I drop j ed it. At the seond e )nversaion, Mr. McMains and tryielf were sitting trreirrr leiide n old log stable close to Mr Weldon's house. Mr. Phelps was there but whether lie overheard the conversation or not, I could not say; that is all I think was there that heard the conversation. I nt out there to see Mr. Weldon about some corn. I can't recollect whether I saw hint that day or r.nt. I don't think Weldon was present at the conversation. I went out there to see Mr. W!don abont some corn. I don't recollect whether I saw him that ay er not. I am tare Weldon was not In kres'ed in tfce conversation." William Low examined: My name is William Low, 1 reside in the Moreno Mines, in the county of Colfax. I know the defendsut. I knew Crtz Vega. I think he is dead. T have teen him de.'id. The loBt time I saw him alive wag at the Poiiil. It was about two years ago, as near as I oan find cut. He got killed that night I sup poie. Cruz Vrga lived in Cimarron. I know how he came to he nt the Poñil that nig!Jt. It was some time ago, but I will ' ell it to the best of my recollection. Mr. Mc Mains waned to get him out after the mur der of Tulby. He wanted to get hira to fee if he couldn't find out who hi.d murdered Tolby. McMin cmne to me one evening as he allowed that I could tnke out Cruz Veg better than anybody else, because I could talk a little Mexican. He said 1 wmt him to confess, (is he mtiRt know something nb':ut that affair, because he ennied the mail down from Eliz ibethtown that duy. I f jou can get him out, t don't want the man hurt in a.iv manner whatever. All I wvit is to get him to cor.fesa whHt Le knows. Mr McMains sa'J, I will take the responsibility on myself. They won't trouble jou, I will see thnt you are all right. I told him 1 did not U ink there would lie any trouble in getting him out, as I had some corn licit. Well, he guys, it is all right, get him out to watch that corn. Thru I went to town and hired lt!m to watch three irghts. I hired Cruz Vega on Fiiday. He came out that night and watched the corn; the next morning he went home. On Saturday nigh' he came out agiin. Saturday night I went out with him. We built a little tire doge tc the corn, me and Cruz Vega, and stayed there awhile may he an huur or two hours. I was kind of sleepy and I dropped to sleep, I believe Vega was asleep, I don't know. Some men came, five or tix came up to us and woke us up. 1 got up and also Cruz One of them says, halloo boys, and he walk ed up towards Cruz with a lariat and put it around his neck, and says, come on, and they took him into the rnsd and we along with him. We went up I judge about 600 yards among the timber, along the tele graph line; there was a party of men. It was pretty daik. These four or five men took him to a telegraph pole oí their own accord; none of the parties said a word. The party stood c-ff about 40 or 50 ynrds. One )f tha men told me to get nwsy from there that thiy had no fur;ber Ufe for me. I th jught I would run a little rick, it was dark, and wait a little while, Mr, McMains stood 13 or DO step frctn the telegraph pole, telling these men what questions to ark. Cruz Vegi said something, but I do Hot remember exactly what. One of the 4 or ó men climbed the telegraph pole and put the rope over be wire Mid they raised him up, on their own aicord, and after a few seconds let him down again, Mr. Mc Mains told them to nsk whi.t questiuui they Msked. He said I believe we have all we wunt here, Then tbcie4 or 5 men were lefi with Cruz Vega. The defendant and the oth&r puny beM a little conversation with ach other. They got on their horses at.d Parted towards tov.it. 1 fnllowtd about a hundred yards behind until they crowed the Poñii brille. I w idea tho l't.ñil ami went In bed. In the morning I gut up i,!n ul sun up. l'l'Teniluiit whs j irl gittiiig ifp. He was ciying. Isaid Mr Mc.Muins wliatia up now. He Snid did yon Iu-at thnt shooting but Iiijilll? I said 1 oV.l; I don't su pn,p ihey kill ;d the num. He said, 1 ilou'i know, ( riiine fcwuy Ut night, and I fuund nut tlint I hail no control ever the men, so I left. Weil, says I. I'll go over and e; it' ll.e niiiti is kilitd he is certainly tune somewhere. I changüí! my mind and thought I wouldn't go. I luid .McMains I wouldn't go thete, but would go to tuwu. I'll tli the people j.j.st how it happened. I went to town and I told everybody I could see. A long direct and cross examination of witneis elicited nothing of importance, 'ex cept as follows: Defendant, on leaving Vega, gave no di rections to the men who had charge of tii-ji. l)e emJat.t as there an hour, or an hour and a Lull, perhaps. It ws half an hour, or over, after defendant had left the scene thai witness heard the shots. 'J he men were disguised. Witness knew defendant by going up to him. in the party aud ask ing, "where is Mr. McMaiuk?" aud Le re plied, "this it u e." Witness first denied, but afterwards af firmed, on being reminded of his testimony before tl e coroner's jury, th-tt Cruz Veg4. on going from the corral to the telegraph pole, did say that he n'nl not kill Tulbj; bul that Manuel Canfinas dij. Witness rx plained this variance I y saying, that limes were hot about Cimarrón then, and I had lo make up a pretty g-md story to g-t out of it, and there ws so much killing about there that I did not know bjt what I woulJ be killed. He said the itatemeui before coroner was true. The cross examination also elicited the following: I live now in jail, have been there iir.ee August 2d. I am in jail on defendant's ac count. Defendant did not put me in jail. I was charged with the murder of Crux Ve ga. I got into scrape on defendant's ac count. I am under indictment ia the dis trict court. He also slated Ibat he expected to be set f.ee alter this esse was tried; but that no one had held out to him any inducements of any kind, in order to t( him to testify inihersse. He said he h ;d done nothing, and was bound to be et free. Irvin W. Lacy examined: Mr. McMains had a conversation with me in regard to the killing of Crux Vega, in which he relat ed circamttsncct le regar J lo his Ceaii, The Defendant stated in substance. The words were accoiding to my recollection, that he said that he had employed Low to get this man Vega lo go out on the IVfnl to some kiud of a loi age pen of coru or hay, Intake him there auu keep hitu, until he got some men together. Low was to take Vega to this place and build a lit e, as a signal for tlietie men lo know bo was there ami keep bitu there until tl.ese men cima to the pla'.-e where they were lo meet close ly, liy ihesn men, I mean the men, Mr, McMains said lie Iiul undir Ins direction. He then said that a part of tlicje men were aent lo wliete Low :u bring Cruz Vegi, where the men were usjeiiihlru. 'J hey did bring hiui to titat ('li.ee, and "lieu he ar rived ttiey threw a rupe around his neck. The rope waa then thrown over or around tha toil of a teicgrnph pole and llm Mexi can, Vega, wasurnrtii up and let down in . tew seconds alterwrds. and after ( ruz Vea came to his sensed from being liiiuu, tbry exiiuiined him. My itnpresMon i that they hung bim more limes lhtn cue bel'oie l.e contested; but he did liually uivJ.s some cot.tVttdoii. Ue said tiiey interrogated him until they wertsaiirried. He taw tlier! Was u turp i anion in men prteem, lo take hta lilt wli.ch he M r. Mu VIriiis was oppod to; ilmi l ii I tied to bvslhiiüers, tu use ll.eir ii.il lente to keep hiui IV' i in bsi"g liuit lie sail, he became gitieti'ii lli-l lliey had so much whinkey, that, lliey Couldn't aval! anything ami that he wnli oilier turned an'J,eio iiwuy. Vegu wns killed and lie saia he thought tliey destroyed I lie tenlirno:iv they wuu.i-i: to gi:l w.iuli Vegi was killed, Mu lily At. C'nasti Laileit; 1 have hnird defendant any tlial la did he could o prevent any viuleme coming about to Cruz Vega and that he was not present when Ituz Vega was killed. He slated that Ins I'I'jecl was to inierrngtte and get from Cruz Vega what hekuew about ihe murder of .Mr. lolby. Wnneis for the defence examined. S. EraMus Welding sworn. Have known deleudunt about 14 years. He was boarding with me in October and November in 1Ü73. Am acquainted w;th W'm Low. He slopped al my house nt the same time. 'I he first I heaid of the death of Cruz Vega was the next day nfiar he was killed Low staled that he was going to gel Cruz Vega out there, Don't remember whether ho did or not. I heard Low say something about a rewiird offered for the detection .f the murderer of Tolby. He asked me if 1 thouglit Defendant should reeeive 1 lie reward, whether he would get part of it He sid he expected to get part of it, I do not know where Low was the night Vei? wes killed. Aftei the shots were fired do, before I do not. He was at my house when the shots were fired. I heard shots, from three to Ave, tolerably c!o:-c together llred that night uetwecii tliiinl II o'clock . I hud infircd, M v house is on the north side of the I'oilil, lot) yards from the bridge. The shots sounded in u mullí ent directiuii, civnduiit wasHt my house at the time uf tho shots. He w as In bed. beard the shots from u half nn hour to an hour nl'icr defendant came in. lie and Low returned near the same lime. Defen dant returned tlrst. 1 know Isaiah ltinehaif. 1 only leinemhcr one tiinu thai he came for corn that fall lie eaiiie on hoiseluick on that occa sion, lid not remain live minutos and to my kiiowledKCdid not havoany conversation with defendant. On crn;s examination, itness tCitbied that Uii.chari tnilit have been there In his absence an-l that he came to sec lem on another occasion iiboutwlic.it. Al.-o that the partition .between dclciidants room and. that of witi.es s' was a wnjioi sheet, saw - the sliado.v of defendant and talked with him. Knew poi!ively that he was in the house bcloic nuil at the lime of the shuts and hcaul defendant claini at that moment, "My Ij.nll I leirthn-e aie the shots tint kill Cruz Vega, or IhalheleU of l!ie ciic-m a "My Ch-d" alt.'i'!!icr. Mr. lionibel was Hu n r.M inuied in contradic tion lo Low lb-it .Mr. Mills said he would be re Iciisodafler gihi!f hi testimony in the case, and the case elo e l. Col Itrvcdcu --i, ke In 1 1 half of the 'li riitory Willi bis u.s'ial ability mid Mr. Springer nnd .1 intfrc I.ec mndu nil aide exposition of their clients euii.se to Hie jury. .Iiidjjo Waldo (haired li e Jury at length very fairly and iiu nrtially, piiii(f every iti.-tnicti.ui a ked by Ih lendai l's ca nsel wilh only a slight modiilcalion to one. The jury took Hie tae ft six o'clock 'I hiir-d: y cven;ii and we nttuii.he ntwj of the result. The Verdict of the Jury. The verdict ol the Jury In the MuM tin's ease, received Ju-t taifure going lo press, is. that we too jury Hint the del'eniliint trnilty of murder i.i tho fifth degree and assess the penalty at three hun dred dollars. MONEY VAN I Kii.-ln order to gel it, we will sell our entire strt-k of goods, for Cah at sUughlr-rii.g price Ca I and buy what yon w ni. belnre it is loo late, J liosKKWAi.n V Co. - a tiii of kkaity: Inrireil and Jot Forever, la Ihe cw sail Kiiperb I.ilitioo of the .Uochy Mountain Tonrlmt. So remarkably large has been the demand for the now widely noted work tho Rocky Mountain Tuiirht that an entirely new edi linn has been necessitated, and is just ready for issue. While the first edition was an elegant thing, the second rdiiion is resly superb, and the l!r.ky Mountain Tournt in its new form, royal octavo, lliinytwo pages, piinled on the finest of super- litun, calendered paper, handsomely bound with engraved covet is without tho slightest ques tion the richest and most attractive book of the description over issued. All who contemplate a trip through th garden of the continent southwestern Kansas to the Alps of America the Uocky Mountains will com nit the gravest of mistakes by starting before securing the Tour'ut, San Juan GniJe. and accompaning maps. Sim ply the mere request by postal card or let ter addressed to T. J. Anderson, Topeka Kansas, will insure, by return mail, ab lotutely free, the receipt of these indispen sible auxiliaries to travel In tLe Grea West. The Turks Victorious. Buy ymir Turk ish prunes at lii.sXcnsRn ft to, t The Iroops in I'esas surprised a camp of Mexican revolutionists and took the 4 persons composing it prisoners cf war. A Urge invoice of freah canned nods just arrived at Ri.axciiaru k Co.'s . The Kickapnnend Ltpn tribes of Indium ra Mexico are fighting apictl each other. Oa the 14th inst., seventeen Lipans were killed in the encounter. Rye flour, sago, buckwheat flour, and all kinds of good eatables at Hi.Axrmnn & Co.'a The cattle thieves continue Ineir depreda tions nn the Rio Urande. 0 i the I4'h day lliey drove 150 bead of cattle from Texss into Mexico. Make yum children bealihy and buy your oat meal at lii anciuki) k Co 's At Grand llipids. M'thigun the anniver sary of the butilo of Jtfiininclnii was cele brated on tho 1G;L, by a grand bin. quel ia the afternoon. ni Keep flies oil' and buy your wire serf ens at lit.AXiiiAK!) & Co.'s Uener.-il Xfim Itema. The liussiaiia idliei illy at knowledge a loss of 14 4oit m-sti killed and wounded on Aiians1 Shh. and thir present situution is r ncal in tiií1 exii'-ni". President liayes hs itisiied a general order pi n I. i 1 lit i ii t the 8le of i.rins and am I'oioiti.ui to 'Indians and revoking ml lii en sen in trade with them in such ai tides. M li'ary comman''a:ú ore charged with the du'y of assisting in 'lie execution o! the order. President luyes, it is beiieved, will re commend in his next nie-to . to comeres n considerable change in the Indian po icy, ill main features of which will be: nriny i Hi -era to be agents in ciit'iying reservations and a code of laws for the punishment of ludiuns guil'y of crimes. Lieut. Bulbs had tnaur allot. .er raid into .Mexico alter thieves, One of hia men, who had fallen behind, wa taken prisonei by the Mexican authorities: bulGcr.. Na ranjo delivered him, his horse and accoutre ments, ever to this side. This look like acting in friendship and on giod fniih. The concentrator .i Cnas. Colium arriv ed last Saturday trom Black Hawk, It ia i machine difficult to describe on paper. It requires some Water for its operation which is a l Hived excepting the amount absorbed by the dirt. J'he dirt runs down through a couple of hoppers upon a screen and the wat r is dashed up ueHinsl it from the underside of the screen thus washing out Hie gold. J he machine will be tested iu the mines in the snu'h. n-i t. . , , . . . i ne Vermont centennial celebration was a decided success say out eastern exchanges. At Bennington. Vt. a procession look place in which eight thousand people participat ed, and which was viewed by fully 4O,O(!0 from all parts of the Slates, Piesident Hayes and some of his cabinet dllicers being- among the spectators. Secretary M Lrary introduced Mrs. Hayes very hap ptly as Ivesident Hayes. MnlW Stark. It took place on the 15th instant. Gen Gibbon attacked a band of the Xez Perces, in Montana, on the 9ih ini.t. A hard battle was fought. Their villsge was captured, but the soldiers were driven back with lieavyjoss. Gibbon's command con sisted nt one hund-al and eighty two ui- ti, seventetn oHicers, one hundred and thirty three rmuars, and thirty two citiz-n volunteers, U loss in the buttle were seven. idlieers, fifty enlisted rren, and ten citizens. J lie loss of the Indians amount. ed to tally o:ie hundred. Gen. Howard is in pursuit. The war Department has received ofiici'il information of n desperate, (in lit between the Indians and United State 'ronps on the Stiikiei 1'i.iinH. in Texas, iti which our no'diers suffered n most disastrous ilef"i(i. haviiiu lost, two officers nd '2:i men kll'e ', besides the wMiiitled, Ida remnant of l!ii psrty FiiC'cedi-d in reaehit 1'orl Com l.n with an addinotnil bss nl five men r.nd ! h irsi's pnd ti'ii'es. I l.e pi. fori u nr In com mand was without wa'er ?(i hntirs, nnd tl e sufierinij ibey '-ndured in consnence terr'blc. Fiii'lier i.urt ifitlra of the diffslrr ore wiiiitit'2, the dispatch being very brief. - x Just before the 1'iesident'it b piinure yesterday be n pproved the sentet ce of ll.e conn martinis of L'ipU.ii James II Ste art mol Captain John V. Kecles, Imih ((tie lri!'e i'lh Ii fai.'rv. 'J l ey w-re tried nt Cantil Ke liiht loonlh. Captain Stewart f'.r driioket.ni'ss and Kccles for trvinj to cor rupt, a counsel of the administration. It see:ns thi.ta candidate foe ihe post sutler ship at. Fort Wi.ie-.te, X, M.. cfT red Erel. s ?3 000 to procure the appointment fair him Kccles off. red a portion ,,f iln rum pi ilie coiiii ol the administra' on who wer" o appoint the su'ller. Kcdes was a Mij.r in the volnn'eer army, from rii laware, ni-d ri (be (loaHofih war ws as;ined to the regular armv. lie served faiibfully. nnd r.-ceived several wounds. Stewart is from N'evitda. and was an rfficer in a Ca'tf irnin volnnterr retjiment during the mtt.lnttr Ocean Ag. 10. "The age or Uenaoii." The bny that went to the mill on horse back, carrying the grist i:i one end of the bag and a a'one in the other, when reproved by the miller, and told to divide the grist, replied that Ins lather and giandfather had carried it that way, aud he, being no better than they, should continue to do as ihey did, Similar, or equally as absurd, reasons are accounted as sufficient by tome to war rant them indiscriminately condemning I)r, 1'ierce's Family Medicines, even though there is nvtrwhelniinf proof that ihsy pos sets the merit claimed lor Ihem. For man years the Golden Medical Discovery bs been recognized as the" leading liver end blood uieili.ine in the market. E.ch year has brought an increase in its sale, and it is now used throughout the civilized world. Thousands of unsolicited ttiiinmnia's are on file in tSe Doctor's office, attesting Ps skin di-eases. Are you suffering with some chronic malady? It so, aud yon wish to employ medicines thai are scientifically pre pared: lhat are n fined and puritied Uj the chemical process empleyed in their manu facture; that are pesnve in action, and specific lo the various forms of disease tor the rure of which they are recommended, ose l)r Pierce's Family Med cines. Full particulars in Pierce's Memorándum Hook, kept for free dis'ribution by all druggists. IV ANTED. Fmm 30.000 to 60.000 lbs M of coin, in rood sacks, delivered at my ranche nn l.a i;mia creek. Uonioya urant pirt in October and (be balance in Decern 600 one end two year old s'eers. "VV ill buy lots of 2 head and upwards. Ad dress, stating pries ke. SAMTKL KELLEY. 232-slt U Cinta, Sta Mujiel Co., N. M. Administrator .otlce. The undersigned having: been appointed by Iho JI'i.i. Vrnliatc Court ot San !?uel County, New Mexico, udiniiiislr.ilors of too estate I John Hol.l, deceased, hereby imiiiy nil ccr-oi-s lo whom suid estate Is indebted to luesent tbeii ac count for settlement with in ihctime pvesr libed by liw; mid nil persons imiebt.-d to said :( me hereby called upon to settie liinnoUnitely nbd thus save eots. July J7ih 'Ml WM. V. KI.IVWulfM. 1'U.VMv CM A I'M AN". Z23 tf Adiniuisliuturs. MS hV w' is not easily earned In thcc MV it I; I1 times, out H ean be nenie In ml1 ' three months by any A. Ri A. cither sex, in any par it I ' ' three months by any one of MJJ Ai A A. cither sex, in any part ui the country, who Is willing to work steadily nt the employment that wn f.irni-h. $ifi per wick I:i miiiv own town. Yon need not he nvnv lrnm home ver ui(;lit. You c n g ve your whole ti lo 'o the woik, or onlc your siare niomenr. . Wo have acms who Hi e 'making over S.'il ncr d iv.- .All wii i e:i j-nre at once e in make money l'at. At the present time inoiey emnot be nr'Ue so c-isily mid r pidly at iii-y ntrer bui-I'C-s. 1- posts ent'iiim t.i lev the business. Terms and S "Mtlt frí e. Ad-lrssit oace, y II. II.u.li:tt A to, I'oitiand M.iti.c. Bnruc' Toot Power Jlactinrry. THIRTEEN din" -rent machines with w hich Vrliiieis. Cabinet Makers, Wapon Makeis, and J ibliers in ini-ccilaneons woik can compete ns to Qmtrrv ano 1'niCK wilh steam power nia iiiii'iicturiiiL': also Aneitems' supplies, saw blades, laney woods anil de-iens. ay Here j cu reud this aiid bend for catalogue and prues. W. F. A JOI1X B ARNES. 224-ly noCKKOlin WlNNEBAOO Co., ILL, V F. C. OGDEN, I.m Vegta A'ne Mntco. Having optved a Furniture Store in the llttyi Buildinq, on Suuth Second Street. I wonld rtnet't- fully injorm the riirrni of Liu Veyat nnd vicinity inni i tent tuiipnj firm, at enrap rain, iciia all cínife of Furniture -chain, tablet, tafea, burean, beilitea-l, etc. Come and look al my oooilí and price them. F. C VODKS. BUCKEYE MOWERS AND BUCKEYE MOWEXtg nail REAPERS combined. For snlo by E. J. Tost, Trinidad, Colorado. I pet the Tturkeye Machines by the car load, I sell them S-JU.t4i cheaper than lliey ever have been sold in New Mexico. 1 also keep the On s Sulky Kskc nnd a full stock of iliinhvnie, Stoves, Pistols and Ammu nition uf nil kind". Any amount of Sections and l-.x das for the Iluckeyc Machine. 'J-'J-a.ii GEO. CBOXFORD, Saddler and harness Maker Las V'ff(ts Ar. M. Shop m iray's building, next door to Gazelte. ! Manufactiiier nnd dealer in California smldlrs and Harness uf all kiiuls. saddle trees narrowed down, collar cut and warranted to lit. Harness cleaned and renaired with neatness and dispatch A'l w ork v.imciited for one jcar Willi lairus- X. D. I warrant my sinldlo not to burl o horse and will make Harness lo order cheaper than it ean be bought elsewhere, liny of the l'uictieiil tinker. C. Dlanchartl. O. G . -4. -N-y i Kvi .O t? N ev r .sr lliBllliM M?i;l!i6?s ,ICJ i A DEALERS IN OBHERAL ME 3 irool, Ilitl-s k Tclts bought ct Country Produce Las Vegas, San Migw.l S. ROSEWALD & CO, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS oobs Wool, niJe, Peltries ani Product generally bought for Cash, Exchange at market prices. Las Vegas, KewMcxica MÍP J. 11. TEATS. V MEAT MARKET. j 1 '"t NwMesico. áf caitT) Wthfo ñkmlá ff&irrn LAS GOLONDRINAS N.M Eicellent Beer nunufartureioM inl delivered, either at tne Brew err, or to nr part of tha Territnr. ! !. R.er.l V.r, - t, t?-..i. I Address Frank JFeber, Fort Jnioa t (Bftoiote moxt AXD ü. S. FO.tOK AQKXCY OF abíír áSíntcrníh. Tecolote, New Mexico, is ui ways supplier! with a cood asi scrtment of fienertil Merchandiae, nnrl having a Large Corral, Good .StaMos nl Alundnnce of Forage on liain!, nTers the best of facilities to tttrave liiif; community. "5C ANDRES SENA, Los Alamos, X. M., RETAIL MERCHANT In dryffoodi groceries, llqiiars, cicars, tobacco, hats, cttps, boots nnd shoes, ..-. , . and all kinds I .ah n wool hides and pelts taken inexhamce for (roods. Patronage of the public respectfully solicited. M O t S s s 9) 3 2 1 O e O fig "t e- so o St a 41 cn CO o o 3 4 2 O c? tr-H a M ej tit V5k in etTi - ion. F. Desmtiraia. ISE. tho Lighcst markt-t prico in CASH. taken in exchange. County New Mexico ToítOffioe, N. iL .