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3. II. KMK.I.):it, Kditor. Nothing help a town more tliun good chools. Thy lr i to it many tii.is from a distance lu -xpoo.I tiieir umntt in the towu, for food, cLj liii'K i.J hoolis They alsu draw to the town, us pe'riiianeot teUlcra, a good class of e le ! dt-Mre to enjoy the kdvnrilHges of niprinr educa lio for their children. I.hr Vi ..9 is uot entirely without t h í' f advai .tuses na we iiow have timé g'iml pnv thotdp. '1 lié The school for hrj , tnd u'irU uiiJt the charle of tLe I'lesViyterinn M i- ion. 1 1 Jesuit college Cir the education of hi.ys ami the school f the Si;rrs i.f I.or-'tto. Those who favor or fear any purl icul.ii' denomina tional influence c:tn tins ur educa ion for their chiiuieti us they ni.ty m-nira. Tin se cdvantages far si l.uols we duiihi not. will lie embraced I y many per pie. living in lu ted selt'emeMf. thrrughcut the county; who will send their children h:ih-r fur instruc tion. The town is a el I himhi'm!. in a pl.is nut healthy locnli'v, ilie shifty j iod and the means of im'rit'-linn :i? aniplir us at any other piar .in New Mi-xic . l-.in;:)urapp ur schotiU and they will soon become a power for good in tle Intnl. Itrick. Mr. .f..Ti. St iitf, has cnimenccd the mai.uf iC'lure f l-iiek nciir llii.J t-uvn. I!is place of milking is sili;i'e r-mne two ipiles ouih of ti'Wii on the ri.ud to Ivinneru's Jianch. --lie has saine 5(1. 0t!0 already in a kiln to be burned Mr. Stout is an expe rienced brict! makf r and i'!uim that lie can make jus' as good a brik frmii the clay south of town as can he nia.le acyvl.ere. He has ordrs already for tinny thousand We hope he m;y nVel. with success, as rood brick are grísllv needed ii this town an I urroundini oíftjíV. . ig Sjow More - heap omI. Vrtink t'h.-ipmaii.' Iaviai: hoiit;iit out ti e entire stmk ofeofi!;i of H.il.1 k t.llsworth ha removed t'letn , ÍM'm Tecolote to this city; in t!i store ) nn of Hie Kxchai.ge bniiilK'j:. lale'y ricrny ied by I. i-lem lie will sell these foods, in oi ler to close them oit. at e.i'iemi-ly low pnVes ei'.liei at wholcmle or retail, l'arties abo ceñiré to lay in a supply ofjiooils at eheup rii'-s will now have an opportunity raiely presented, dime and buy at once in ur.ier to secure thu best bargains. - - "V C Turn nt A-.in . Joseph na I .esse r appears, from the ' lowing iten: taken from tlx .1m ri:tu Js r-'O'fie to be domociled in Sun Josi Cali fornia. The ei'i or cf (lie hraiu'U rere.'.lly lectured it San ,),! and suv: 1 uiet beri the young laByiT. Mr Versen who ned to write lor tin 4t;-riraH T.'-rse!-tie fiO'll New Mexico. He i- etah i .h d here in the practice of prof-s-doii anil co editor t.( a daily journal, lie still takes a deep interest in Jewish i-ff iirs, and you wid lieur ot him i-i'ciotiallv. - - Ir;.H!U. For putting oi, a ion ofiin or plvstt-r on t'ie C i;in-y j i', will lie r.-eelv, d by the eoun'y coniuii-siotier' ini'i! 1 ,t , ni which date they ail! be c r-t.etl. Aii pro posáis ure In I, fi il!i .!. l-'elipe Haca, cb'ik of the coiiiuiissicrr rs Ijef.ne tb.t date. 15y order a!' the Coiinty (Vnimissirim rs. J 1-Ki.trn; IJ.íca 23 ó td ' f b-i k. -- F-iink (.'hapiuan has opened a new fore t'. his ranch. t'- 'K-rallv known as the Ham ilton or Hatch ran-Ji. Mr Ii. J II ituiltun is in cbaipf nl this store. A fii'! and com plete etock ofgenera! nircbaiilise will be kept on har.d lor the aecomnio la'ion .f the citizens of Ch-eperito nnd mrr mndini; ooun'ry Wool, hides and stock will be taken in exehnnpo fr p-iod. - Rev. J A. Annio held ('edieiiiion fervi "es nt the Fit s' yierian church on Sunday evftiing lat. Ai'hmigh the church has been built f. nie years it w is n'.t fin'sl.fd until quite rfcentlv, nnd for ihi. rc'sen had not been de lica'ed sooner. The atteiobiece was large nnd the !ev. Annin prei.chrd Hn able lermoii. Jude Hubbell ha 111 e ! in or") bnp a room at his restdecci' n a pi:v' sel.oe for h children. It i provl.ii i vi,;, c m- forlatile tables, desks niol a Miss Nina Hubbell is lh e younger brothers and s! er pleasant and profiiah'e vr uní. --- W have rec ivi (i a cn,v if a feiyi-i Calient addresi bv Pen. vm f!repd.-n t lifered t the dedication cf iIim Odd Fel- i low 1111 atSanti Fn A.rii 20'h Io". S:w nnd V.'illiarn did ihe p ia'ing in n Tery not ani woikmnnlike mnr er. Lsst turday wag the Nw Yesrs dry of the Jews, According tn lh :r count, be esrtb has hi en created just 03 vesrs. The first series of jerirs mint ha-e ken pry long, or else the lestiin.m? of gmlr.giial formations is fau'tr Vkl noticed Mr. Biaifhard cut.ii t grama grass with a Buckeye mo r, on hit land muih of town. Monday Tb ra"'e of the machine remind cm ol the Misisippi Valley itates. ! Highest prices in rh r'd for wool, hides nd t ells etc., at the north ent pntner f thqaar by ISAAC WEIL. 235 tf. Fretli supply of stakt fl ur at Jam Pros. Jaffa Bros- The rights ure gciuag nidicealily rooler, but the days are warm enough for summer. ., m Hum and BieaLlubl liaccn at Jaffa Oros. Rcp iUr n eetin A. F. i A, M. this even ing All masons in gaüd tanding cordial ly invited to attend. Felix Pujia has nearly c mpleled the tin roof on Charley Ilfcld's new building. The upper il"or Ins n'ao been layed. c Crapes and p achts from the Uiu Grande brought in by Pueblo Indians.' nre plenti lal in ihe markat Mexicans are bringing in, belter peaches however from the Pecoi, K8I I or Sale. A band of l.i'iUU inipr ived Mex'can Ewes Rod lambs, or will trole lor cAli'la. Lat.il'S ire by fine Merino bucks, an i the ewes are hli young. " Address '. B. C. Fort U iscom, 2S1 :f New Mexico. -!- W, j. Stapp c( nie in In in 1-ort Uascnni yeptcntny. Stock looks well but the pasture is drying up in the immediate vicinity ol liascom atui rain is Indly n eded. t J-A N I KU From ail. 01)0 to .Ml. 000 lbs of corn, in good sacks, delivered atiny ranche on l.a O'n'a Creek, Mouloya (r-iiil n il in lletobi r and .he balance in Decem ber. Also 500 one nd two year old s eers Will buy lots ol 25 head and upwards Ad diess, stating pries Ac SAMUEL KKLl.I'Y. 232 -It I ,a Cinta. San Miguel Co., N. M To owner of fine stock. We wnl exhilut in the pieza at Las Vegas on Saturtii.y the 15th tnntant et 2 o'clock p. m. Our cotswold buck ''General Grant" aged four yesrs. and iwo lambs of his get ageil four months; also one merino lamb sa.ne age. Sonny persif. who will exhibit tit sime time i bin k id same age that, will weigh wiihin lift y pmiu Is of as much ns our buck we will pay a prnmuin of filly dollars in Cah, and to any one w o wid exhibit three liner laníos of same breed and age of ours ve w'olpay a pn-niium 'f ten dollars in cash. T. Kovkuo & Bui), ,' I'eraannlH Mr (neree J l.l.nhle, who luis been clerk in the U. Collector's t.Cice in Santa Fe, l'..r srone ye"rs has token a Osiiion as book l:ei per in Frank Chapman's stoie in this ei'y. M'-s Mile Dav's rcturtie'I fnim a vis.lt to --..!;'. I'.-, Wf (iriMsony, l:in He' :;:io F. l'ei-pi ntvl wife started yesterd:iv fur their hotna io Rionaliibi. ell Liii'ly Peiidaries of Hincón de! Te coio'e is visiting iviih her sisitr, .Mrs. Dunn in this city. Geo A. aliia'ague, of St. . Louis, has been stopping in town some d.iys. He is prnpniing a l i rectory of the business (f this Terriioiy, Hope he m:.y succeed in the end i rise. T, F. Chapmm anil J. II. Tents return ed from the Jicarilla minos yesterday, look ing hule and hear'y. lis;' of .ik:uyai.. tTaji:cr',i Hotel IT rn. 0,'it'é G. ib. Vegi. Ci'y. SHs Ii iiwlbv, Anton Chico lle.iry Gmke lo. Geo. J Ciaug, Ciniarr on. 1'' M. mui- Ulake, Dt nver City. Thomes Atkins. Louts ville. C. Sper'iog (Yuntry. 1 honias Lester coii"'rv. K. H Sanders, Texas Flunk Metzeer Hud F. Mayer, Mora Wni. F. LUswor h, Tecolote. Di inicio Garcia, Lns Concluís. Win Hober.', Santa Fe. Gpo. B. Sllephard. Georgetown. N. C Hick man, Ited River. Gei, A. Montagu-, St Louis. Win. Ilii.ckey, Mesilla. Prank M Jennings. F.I Moro. Jewell a Hotel. Dr. B F. M B.ake. Pueblo. L Rarbey, City. .Mr. lie.id Arizona, Hatty lihodes. New Orleans. K. L. Smart, So cono. C. Sampson, City. George Sexton Ari.' na Henry Lambert, Pueblo. II. S. J.,cox, K Moro, J. B. Collins, El Mo ro George Dinkel. Santa Fe, S. McL.rin Liw fee , Ka K. Sm th, ' D 'jir ivml w i n in of 0.rvm, Nevad, j h iving taken to opium sm 'king, the Apptal demands that the law prohibiting the prc ll e b : enlorerl. A TIIIX OF nr.AVTT i: Veil and Joy l'or er, in iU -w .i-ail Sujiep! I.iliflou of (tie Koctiy .fountain Tonrit. so r-oiarkab!y lar;e ias been the demand f ir the now widely no ed wnrk t:m !Ioi ky j Mounlaiti Tnml.ll that an m'irely new cdi j tinn has bren n"Cpsitated, and is jut reB-ly i.ir i-ue. ñu tne tirst t lition was an elegunt tbirg, the secrr.d fdition is re dy superb, and the Rocky Mountain Tuur'tt in its cew firm, royal octavo, ihiny-t ? o piges. printed on the finest of super- sixa, cnlnJered piper, handsomely bound with engraved covet it without ihe slightest que. lion the richest and most attractive book of the decnp'.i ii over issud. All who contemplate a trip through th garden of the continent sou'hwe stern Kansas to the Alpi of America the llocsy Mountains will cunmit the gravest of mistakes by starting before securing the Tuvrint, Fan Jitnn GuUe and accompaning maps. . Sim ply the mere request by postal card or let t-r addressed to T. J. Anderson, Topeka Kansas, will insnre, by return mail, ab aoluiely free, the receipt of these indirpen s:b suiiliiriei to 'rare' to tie Crea West. New Potatoes at It was an Irij'i Pilot whn, being asked if he knew the rocks in the hai bor, replied, with confidence: "I do, jer honor, ivery whii df them. That's one,' he added calmly, as the ship struck it, filled and sunk. The team, of L. L. Hnwisou, of St. Louis and B. Rohmaun, of Mira, look a spin uround the plaza yehterday and brought up euddently on a pile of sand, spilling the gentleman out. They got some bruises but were not seriously hurt. "Have you blackberry pies?" asked a hungty traveler of the mistress of a tnaible dowo'ihunty by the roadside in one of the upper counties of South Carolin-i. - "Thank y,u;'df we be poor and ain't got no bread, nor buttermilk, nor nothin' we aint come down to blackberry pies yet." The managers of the Kansas City expo sition, liMving heard of the excellence ot the Mexican onions grown in Colorado, are anxious to have a specimen for exhibition. Pueblo Chieftirin. 1 If they want excellent onions, send to New Mexico for them We can beat the iorld in that line. . - - : ; ' ' - The following story is told of a custom which used to preyuil on the banks of the Mississippi of hanging criminals condemn ed to death over the river, A. very heavy man was sentenced to be be hanged, and the rope, not being strong enough, broke. He fell into the river, and swam down stream nr.d made his escupe. The next criminal who was sentenced to death was a very nervous man, and, with ihe incident r the breaking of the rope in his mind, he said to tlu hangman, .'"Look here, Mr. Executioner, just make sure that the tope is strong enough this time, for I cun'l swim." Our exchanges are in the nabit of saying the Denver & Rio Grande railroad has been built as far south ns Gallan I City, '1 hat is true, it also farther south. ' It is new ui f.ir south as El lloro. Recent measure ment gives the distance trom Gurlund (-ity to Santa Fe at 135 miles. Las Vegas is 4 miles further south than Santa Fe, and the dislance from El Moro to Las Vegas 18 145 miles. This makas El Moro 24 miles south of Garland City. 24 miles is nn important item to freighters and also to the mails. The proper and nearest, innii route to Southern N'e Mexico should be from El Moro by way of Las Vegas and the Pecos river to Las Cruces and Mesilla. X r . . Rose Eytingo, the popu'ar actress, has persistently refused to have her photograph taken, "i lie result is that she has h.v! het life made a burden to her by the persecu' lions of the photograph gallery agents. The other day she let it be known that she pro., posed taking a swim at North Berch, When lio left, the hotel an express wagon, with a camera in it, f.nowod bar carriage. The next, day she received a polite no'e, inclos ing ihe proof of a negative tuteen s she emerged from the briny deep. The note pleasantly intimated that unless MissEylinge repi red for a legitimate titling by noon the next day 10 (Kit) copies like the one furnish ed would immediately be struck ( fl'. She capitulated. Aitfs Letter. The Dcmocri's ol Iowa appear to have been vtry fortunate in the selection of men for their State ticket. The nominees de serve a better fate than is likely to he theirs next rrnnth The Hon John P: Irisn, the candidate for Governor, is the editor of the otra State 7Vwv at Iowa City and has work' d his way along, griwing with his country, as bis paper has, until now he no longer se's his own tjpe, runs the press, carries the newspaper and sleeps on a bundle of straw in the ( Mice, as he once did but ha finds lime to run for Governor. He is a very young man, but has been a mem ber ot the Iowa Legislature, representing a Republican distric'., and has no superior us an orator in the State. Iowa could do a very much worse thing than electing Mr. Irish Governor; she could scarcely do any thing better. I'hiladdphia Times. ... ".Survival of the I Htottt." The ingenious doctrine propounded by Mr Darwin, the tireless investigator of na ture and her laws, it ai applicable in de termining the fate of medicine as in that of the animal species. Every year new re medies are brought before the public, and are soon cam' letely discarded ai their Hale rapidly d creases. Only thoe .'medicines which are best suited to the people's wants surrive the first test. If they ''are tried, and found wanting" in the merits which thev are elaime.I to possess, no amount ol hdveriisbing will make them popular. Of all the remedies ever introduced to the pu blic, none are so popular as Dr, Pierc'i Family Medicines. Their sale has steadily increased each yecr. ar.d wholesale drug gists assort that the presnt demand for them ii greater then ever before, If you wou'd patronize medicines scintifically'pre pared use Dr. Pierce'g Fa-nily Medicines. Golden Medical Discovered is alterative, or blood-cleansieg, and an nneqnaled cough remedy; Pleasent Purgative Pallet?, scar cely larger than mustard seeds, constitute an agreeable and reliable physic: Favorite Prescription, a remedy for debilitated fe males; Extract of Sj art- Weed, a msgical remedy for pain . bowel complaints, and an nneqnaled liniment for both human and horsa fl. 'h; while hit Dr. Sage'a Catarrh Remedy is know the world over as the greatest specific for Catarrh and "Col l in tha Fead" ever given to the public. They art soli by drugf iti, The Mormons. Salt Lako, September 11 John Taylor is president of the twelve apostles and acting president of the Mormon church until a new president is elected. Taylor was shot at Nauvoo at the time Joseph Smith was killed, and isa moat bitter and bigoted religious fanatic. CrRzy Horse, who led a gang of unruly Indians from the Red Cloud agency several days ago, was followed by the cavalry and several hundred tame Indiana, who tnrned the party back and arrested their leader. Arriving at Camp Robinson, while an at tempt to disatm him was being made, he se verely stabbed Big LittleMan In an attempt to esope, and was fatally atabbed in re turn. , In Russia nearly every officer speaks French and German, yet Don Carlos was unable to obtain a command of any kind on account of his tict bMn . conversant with the tongue of the common soldier. He remains a mere amateur looker-on, enjoy ing the privilege ot havicg a royal escort of Cossacks of going wherever he pleases, He was in the very thickest of the battle of Plevna and jonied with his escort the de tachment protecting the Russian retreat. He was -complimented and embraced hy the Czar; but he still remains without auything like an offuial position in the army. . .-m Extra Session of Cong-rex. " Washington, September 11, The estima tes for the support bf ihe army for the pre sent fiscal year have been piepared at the war department, and sent to the treasury department, which will transmit them to congress at the extra session. These are the only estimates to be sent in. The question with regard to the president's sen ding the usual ann ial message and reports of the executive department to the extra session was not long considered in the fa bin?!, when it was agreed that the message and accompanying documents should roíate only to the business fur which co:igres3 is to be eppeeially convened an 1 not to the general subject of legislation. It is thought, therefore, that the message will be brief. . N liiirdett The Sedalia (Mo. ) JJciuocrat of Sunday printed the following; ''The public will remember, in .May. 1 8'iG, Hon, S. S. Bur dett, Uuited S'aies Commissioner of the General Land Oiliee, suddenly disappeared, and, notwithstanding the most thorough search, nothing of bis whereubouts could be learned The last that was seen of him was in the Astor House, New York, when he had considerable money .and jewels on his person. Yesterday a well-dressed, distinguished-looking man, with a wan and careworn face, was observed pacing up and down on Fourth street, acting strangely and watching the builungs closely. Finally he entered the house of Lawyer E, Smith, and approaching Mrs. Smith, inquired; 'Do you know who I am?' She replied in the r.e Cative. He 'hn said: T nm S. S. B irdett,' and so he proved to be. He appeared to bo deranged, and, in reply to a question ns to where he had been, said he did not know His ictellect was evidently clouded and his mind wandered, He appeared in different upon the subject ol his family h appears his family had discovered hia whereabouts and sent him funds torelur.i. It is thriLght the presence of his family r.nd proper treatment will restore his reuson." A Xew l.anrer, '"Therageof the ball room" et Cape May this summer was the new set of L in cers introduced hy the New Haven master, Professor Loomis, who conducted the Cor presa Hall amusements this season. I he Daily Star publisher the figures as a piece of great jorualis'ic enterprise. The sa lient feature of the new dance is its minuet grace and sta'eliness. The music of the regular luncer will "go" with the Lew ones, The following are the fijjurf s; First Figure First four lead to right and and bow, take side lai'y and fall back tn opposite places and bow, forward and back six, forward and turn partners, balance to corners and turn, first four repeat, which brings head couples to places, tides the same. Second Figure All move forward, giv ing ladies righl hand, and back, forward, leaving ladies in centre, facing partners, all chisse, turn partners to places til pro menade, repeat four time. Third Figure All join hands, forward and back, forward again and bow, four la dies grand chain; repeat four times, FourU Figure First four lead to right and bow, exchange partners and form two line, facing own partners, bow ti lady on rii'ht. forward and back, turn partners to place, bow to partner and bow to corner, repeat four limes. Fif'h Figure Bow, commencing with grand square. First four in cent ;r, tide separate, sides in center, then ñrst four separata, partners to place, Repeat figure with sities in center, first f ur eparale, etc., taking thirty two ban of music. First couple lead oat, fides in center, all chaise, march, gnts and Lid ies down tne outside, gentleman passing round ihe ladies, forming two lines on opposite aides, all forward and back, tarn partners to placet, repeat four times, ending with grand square. a nAttsiFH t:xr Pit ti nr.. Of President Hayra and hi fablnrt. Tle piinlisher h just ImH a lenli! pii-tnre of the cw I'rroiilent ami hli Caliine , kitting imiml a tnhle in the executive niinira. 1 hn reallT rltjrnnl pirtnre I I4v IS Inrhcs in aire. printed on htvivv ulula puper. and f the tptj be I pirliirenf the kind yet uttered to Ihe pulilir. Simple ropie- will lie wnt by mail po-laire pre paid for in rt , lhr-e ropin" for W rla . arven rnni" fur 1. Aldrea all order lo linaairr I'.raaow. rh'de-nle dealer In IMrtiires, Hooka 4.. Ko. 10, Soiith Htb street. nrilol,lenneHee Utrnt wanted In net I our Ine enrravinr, and cheap en'ational bookt, Calalofua and parti cular free 136-tt. F.CHAPMAN DEALER IN General Merchandise, North-East Corner cf Square, Las Ycgas, New Mexico. NEW STOltK, Ii. J. HAMILTON MANAGER, i At ' .Claimant Ranch, generally kntwn a Hamilton, or - - ' ' HATCH'S HANCH, A full and complete Stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE will be kept at this Store for the accommodation of the citizen of Chaperito and surrounding country. Gtods will be iold as cheap as they can be in any place' in New Mexico. Wool, Hides and Sitock taken in exchange for goods. STORE. Having bought out the entire stock of goods of Bold f Ellsworth, ha removed them from Tecolote to this city, in the shre room of the Exchange Hotel, lately occupied by I. S'tern. He will sell these good, in order to close them out, at extremely loiu prices, either at Wholesale, or Retail. I'arties who de sire to lay in a supply of goods f all sorts and varieties, at cheap rates, will noto have an opportunity rarely presented. Come and buy at once, in order to secure the best bargains. Eg?- 'iemember, the place formerly occupied by 1. Stem, Exchange Hotel Building Las Vegas, New Mexico. G. Blanchard. O. (Jeffrion. lltilJAINirjIIIAllillU CÜO.Í DEALERS IN GENERAL MERGHANBISE. JFool, IliJes k Pelts bought at the highest market price in CASH. Country Produce talen in exchange. Las Vegas, '. San Migu-l County Hew Mexico. S. fcQSMWALD & CO, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS it (tntral StrrIj;tni)sr ntfitliit0 Soobs TFoo?, Hides, Peltries and Product gsntraUy bought for Cash, Exchange at market prices. Las Vegas, New Mexico Tt r mí r fMMtl ! fill t.t If till Hit ? f. 11-11 II KiA KXJ LAS GOLONDRINAS N.M Excellent Beer rrnnaftrtorerl, soU tn4 rWiTered, either it toe Rrw err, or to nj prt of th Territory, by the Barrel, Keg or in Bottíei Adilmi Frank JT.ber. Fort Union ToitOffir, N. II. ( HEAP GOODS. F. Destilarais. J. 11. TEATS. Vjpl MtiAi i at; iter, ..tU ..a ....... is! . . - . it'Tii mu legas, -w jieiieo. i fit liittfcicTi33rfiiifri! - - a .-- i