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- Saturday, Decemher 30, 1877. Tarma or SnbarrlpUon. One copy of Tns (íazettt.. on? year $'! "O " " ' La (ackta " " -i ni " " " English and Spanish, 4(10 ' " " 1 ii K (a.ettb. tit months . , .1 "í I.A (JACKTA " " 1 '.!' - . r.'tyt líti toot nn , . - Ftstage prepaid. CV. Xa subscription received for Ittt than six months. 1- 1 . m . . Rate of Advertising. tin Kngliah. 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Persons harino standinn advertisements In either English or Spanish edition will be charged at the rate o f 15 ell. per line for "pay locals" or special notices. t. Legal notices published at lena! rat's. Kates of Ad vei-lislng. In Spanish. Ooe square, or inch of space, one year $0 00 7'ieo incites of apart, one year, SiS 00 Five inches of space, one year., $27 no Ten inches of spare, one year, $t() no One column.on' year, So no One column in English and Spanish, $::o 00 Mull Arrangement. The Post-Offlce will tie opened daily, except Sundays, in.ni 7:.'!0 a. m . , until fi. i". si. Sundays, one hour after the arrival of each mail. F.ftalern il.-Leaver Lns Vegas, daily, at 5:110 IV M , arrives at 7:3" A. . Western Mall. Leaves I,as Vegni, dally, at 8 a.m., arrives at S p. M. Poena Mall. Leaves Las Vpjrai, Mondays, Wednesdavs and Fridays, at H a. m., arrive.! Tuesrtavs, Thursd'.vs mid Salni'divs ut S a.m. Fort Kiiseom Mall. l.eacs Las Yeicas, Mondays, ut 7 A. m., arrives Thursdays tit 7 I'. M. Mora Mall. Leaves Last Vegas Fridays at 8 A.M., arrives Saturdays at i! e. m. o money nnlers issued ir paid, nor let t: 4Tej(iaivroii nfli'r4 e. i. G. W. Stkhkins Postmaster. CIIIAPMAK I.oilse No. 5 A. C.tA. M., J meets on Hie lliird Saturday id' each ninnlli at the Masonic Hall, Centnii Strec', between SoiiIh2dud ad Sheets. Charles Ilield, Scr.'v. Baua;jax,:KTmTir'iT!Tm But little is paid about rinlroiid prospects just now. The magnate are studying the situation and lay ing their plans. They are all in. terested hi the proceedings of con gres and will not say what they intend to do, until congress h:is ac ted upon the various railroad bill. before that body. Then what con gress fails to do for New Mexico in the railroad line, we have a sanguine hope that the railroad compm.ie? will themselves proceed to acromp lish. The Texas Faciiio may, or may not, be subsidized. The South ern Pacific may, or muy not be granted aid to build from Yuma to the Rio Graide. The deterorna tion of these qu.rstio.'is will tx r ie a considerable influence upon the immediate and rapid extension r,f the Atchison, Tipeka k íanta Fe' and the Derver and Rio Grande in to Hnd through New Mexi'o. There are grave matters before rongreis and until thuv have been fuil? cm ed and diycussed in a l tlicir bear- JDS' , dips a id angles, wa wil not hear inuh railroad talk. After congress l.ai worn itself outnd tie bug days come on nptco (when a man can do a full days work at the shovel and the pick), when tin grass grows gr?en in the va leys ar,d the ibwers spring wanton on the lull, sides, when the birds euro! their initin liys in sweet profu-ion to the coming springtime, then and th n ouly, may we f jndly ar.ticipato the coming rf (he Irutk and tusiners like civil engineerr, who will fix the grde $nd calculate the cut and fu!; nd üfter them the rcugli and rc dy crow who build a lor g and level roal u l place upo-i it the iron rails which will bind ui to the great limit ri4 centres of civilization. Thce things which we now ire otscurtly by the eye of faith will then bo re vealed to us clearly ly the reality cf facts, and lbs t good time, so lpg delayed tut ever coming, will burst upon ui Me the glorinu? d iwn ing tf a summer morn, and a wider fiilJ of thought, cf action and cf aims will be secured to us st a per IJinent and pleasant life. ' A few or tb jupers of the thir l district in this Tciritory keep up an eternal growl, in reference to the injustice towsrds them, an J oppres-1 tion of them, by the balance of the j Territory. Tbj watt to cede, because of this unbearable oppres sion. We don't believe this Bteady lamcntaton of grievous burdens is any very good way to right them. The intelligence, wealth and Birength of the third district would be much more potent in righting any wrong1", it properly directed in manly work and effort, than impracticable threats, and weak and'woe'ul com plaints. Difficulties are only over come by vigorous efforts. We don't know thai any one district Lus any better chance to influence Icgitdatiou in its interest than any other, pro vidod equal intelligence and energy are used. The third district has one sub stantial grievance, which the pre sent legislature should rectify and that n, the inequality of the rcpre sentation. It has increased in pop ulition and the old Bpportioi.ment is not just. A new apportionment should bo made and that district granted full representation accord ing to its numbers. Then if the people send equuliy as intelligent r'Heeiitatves as other districts, there is i.o good reason why its rights would not be secured. Try to help yourselves, hatead cf de r -endii g on othtr pfople, and then keeping up an everlasting growl, beciiiise you don't get all you think vou oujih: to have. The ico del liio Grande, after giving a lengthy account of the trouble bttwpea the Stute tro"ps nd the mob, at San Elizario, T-x , .-tiitei-: "It is but justice to the ci nzi-Ds who recide on the opposite fide of the liio Grande from El l'a ft, T'Xiij, to t-tute that the Geie Politico (Chief Migistrutr) gave 01 dv;i8 ly potttiii pulhc notices throughout that Dibtrict. that it was a purely American trouble, and that any citizen ol M xico who should presume to inttrfero ih rein would be arrested and sent in irons to the city cf Chihuahua, ai a pur- .on guilty of a brerch of i. t ;rna tior al law. The Gtfe Politico aho 03ted guards on the Mexican bui k of the river for the special purpose of enforcing the ncutra'ity laws ex isting bttween the two govern ments." The same piper announces that II. Lesin ky dSr Co., hav in store ocr 00,000 pounds of .ig copper h waiting ih ptr.ent, wh c i it is pro posed to Bend i a t via TcxaE, or Southern routs. The recent election in Georgia gavti the old Bourbon Lemociatic line a govd (-linking up.. As thete was no republican org irjiza' o i in the held, the democrats divided into Rourbons and Libérale, or rather under the title of regulars and inde pendfii is, and both wor t in fearch of the (olorcd Irethren, jn their :nost pcrfuative ways, but the inde pendents won on nearly every con tested fitld. This is a hopeful Mg-i (or the South, and when it is coa flidered that the Independents c!i vi lcd fion the iurbons in suppoit f the administration of Hayes, the recti', is all the n ore signiScsnt. The South will cecte to be Bourbon Democrat a (oin a the orth ceases to he revolutionary Repulli. ca u. I 'h ihdelihii Jhius. Tho reason that leadir g rcpuHi rar s and itemociats don't like Pre sident Ilyps is his opposition to a farty tiivisi'.n of tfiicrs. Since the days ( f Jjikson the rule "to ih i victor belong the rpoils," lias prevailed. llycs don't think tn, and desiirs to put good men in cf See, regardless of patty, llii is a bi'ter disappointment to Coukling sr.d his crowd, who desire to distri bute pe.tronnge for the present; and a wet blar.kct to Thurusn end Lis fclluwer, who hope toionttol the fii.es in the mar future. Thus C)tk!iig in 1 Thurmar, having a rrmrron grievance, unite against the President. The Burlington JIairktyt says it .a a n a grave question in iLe puuic mind whether the term "the Cei'or ado fraud" means tie petriCi 1 man cr Patterson. The l ulled States Senate. Gath, the Washington correspon dent of the Philadelphia Times, has this to say of the higher branch of congress: "It ruis to me that the United States Senate .of the present has a higher average than ever in its his tory. The return of the outhern eis has brought a social tone; they listen with respect to the weary but experienced leaders of that other great party, who e councils have tamed Presidents and humbled gen erals and foreina States. This Snnatt is full of Governors, judges, great lawjers and military com manders; lcok there at Gordon, Ransom, Morgan, M xey, Withers, Cockrell, Oglesby, Burnside. They have seen such armies meet as Napoleon found dukes and maithals in. Lock at Kirkwood, Harris, Randolph, Saunders, Hamlin, Booth and Garland, who ruled great States as exacutives or jrgnz-rs. And in tbd law are julges like Davis, Eaton, Christiuney, Menimon an-i Thurman and a ivocutee. like Ed munds, Mitthows, Hoar, Cnnkling and J ill. Tho iiifu.-ioti of the mili tary has gives the tone of honor, of governors a knowledge of the pojuljce, and of the lawyers talent. I very much doubt whether in this Se. ate Calhoun woull not he a dreamer, Clay a swa-hbuokler anil Webster a rhetorician. Such a Senate is not dazzled by ex-uutivc power nor moved from its sense of privilege by the accidental benefi ciary of a presidential election. To ent.r there Secretary Evarts would g aily by down his portfolio; to rtsuie his s at there Carl Schuiz woull, if he was able, execute a handspring a'l the way f om the Patuit Cilice to the Capitol. With. out discussing any propriety in the Senate's attitude, 1 observn that it is Lll of te'intor! spirit. The V'enitiaii Coined thai tamed the Dgcs h revived here, and rank and patronage always stand to geth r. I ii I ro! net ion of (lie lotat9. Sr Walter proved to be ono of tbe greatest benefactors to his own country, and eventually to the Unit ed States, by the introduction cf the potato, in toe year lLbl. i lie root was ñtrt planted on Raleigh's estati at Younghall, which was af terwarls sold to the Earl of Cork, and the per on who had the mana gement of ihe es!ae, mistook the flower cr fruit, a; he called it, for the valuable part, and on tiding the potato bull pi o ninccd it a per nicious ix 'tie. N'liH'tiine after wants, on turning up the oaith, it wai discovered that the root had npnad 1 irgcly and in consi ter tt-U quintiti's; and fi om this forree Great Britain's potato supply com menced and then gtalualiy the cul- tivation vn ext.-ndeJ through ?orth America. Iho potato m sup posed to have I ten a native of M x no. How the lilncve niitkc ten. The upper classes in (Jiiina, from very long sxperience in the matter, select the coieet tea which they can afford grniri.l!y the young leave from ell trees. A few of those leives are put into a cup, ar.d water, a littl" short of the boiling point, is abler. As toon as it is uiTi.'istitly ckI, which does not take tna'j se cond, for the cupi are very small, the beverage i? quaífj I, much after the same runner as the luiks d coffte, so hot that it i conmonly aiserted they drink it boiling. By the above (pick tnntho I th?y skim a it ware, only the superficial íl i vor of the leaf, which m veiy capable of yielding up, when required, n bititr xtra"t, which they aoid. Thi ii the prime sonríe wheio the "u ed leaves," speken of by st.- lysti, comp from - . . . It ii prslictet by ahí i jmrnals that, because congress resolved iUelf into a returning tr 1 ami elected PittTfon, from Cdorsdo, that it Will te jut aout n century before t other detrnrrat i elected from that State. The democratic party did a f'ioh-h thiiii; but then that is nothing new for that party. Judge lIoard, of El Pso, kil. UI Liu 11 GVlis, an! th litter's frin(4 kil'e 1 Howard. It is a 1 iw. less state uf society and a poor way to get even; but it is Lardly a jutt ctuse oí war with Mexico. The following extract from a Utter received from Mr. Anthony Joseph, cf Taos, tell a terrible tale of the ra vages of the smallpox plague in that section. 'The small-pox is prevailing here with deadiy effect. More than eix hundred persons have already died, and God on'y knows how many more wdl dio, ai tho terrible pest is not in 'he least abiting: My broth er. John C. Joseph, hrs lost his three oldest children, with the tuost malignant form of sm ill-pox leav- irg one child, the last of four pretty Lttlu ones. "Business here continues dull, as the, people here revery poor, hav ing neither grain or money," News f Press, Fito TIPTON VI I.I. E. Surprise party A ltril:t Mar in tlic nodal liorizun. Are ycu going, who is your escort, in what kind cf a dress will you ap- poar, where wll ttia surprise be, were questions often akedbe fore the important occasion cime off. On the evetiing of the óth inst.. there ciul 1 be seen quite a num bar of young ladies and gentle-nu n assembling very quietly at the rc sidérico of Mr. VV. B Tipton, ring the door bell and m-.ke known their liusines; Mr. T. and wife threw open their handsome residence f.r the reception of their many welcome though unexpected friends. "No moon roe o'er the town," nor di I a singla star appear to shoot a silver ray! But what gntleman or lady thought of the daik and thr-iten-r.ff clouds, save draw Intwixt th scene without a most brilliant contra-t. To these who paed within t!ie nottals a 'id behtdd the 8 acious ha'ls and parlor in their tasteful and elaborate decorations, and gazed with wondering eye uon the unique and varied dresses, all to e:;iiuisi:e and graceful, irmgined thtio.-elvis transported to Titi.ms co geois ream. Even the parser by cart a longing glance at the illumii ated windowc listened to the ew. ct strains i,f miisio and sighe I. "Oh what must it be to be there.," Words, fail mo to d'S'iit e the scene and my too feeble pen nlmnht rtfu" es utterance, sui 1: ai t and pi. tho do.'s the oveaion demand. There's a rumbling of waters, a moving of the inspired li i p, but alas each .vave rolls by wnho.it the power oí speech; but minus an attempt, noth ing can bo accomplished, henee with one desperate efl irt 1 son' aloft: Mr. and Mis. T. received theii guests with their usual dignity ar.u gmce, giving each a hearty wtl coiiie. i tie latter win attirea . i, . i i in Mack ii k an J pointed lace. The following young ladies were present: Miss Sofronia Gregg, a beautiful lloinle, l 'oked cliuriuing, dreeaol in lemon (ob.red fiik, tnuiiiifd very taatefu ly; h.iir in long brai.ls, loop ed and tnd with hii libbon. Mi- II lena 1 r;n M-ter, a vtir graceful and wiiiíotne 'ittle rrt a'.urt , in princes-' dros oT muow flake. M .8 Loui.sa K. Tipt'io, a lun l some bright ryt"! brunette, dtes-ti in black, ttinnned elcganty Nliin lirig, llir'iiig hkiina-.iiig a.o' g," :n a rnot bewit; hing ui.mner. Mih Miterii John.o i appeared .h one of th.- in o.-t t.itefally airangei! toi'e:tis of the evening. Mis es 5u ana, Mirth i and Kin Tifto'i were ai us'i-1 quite Lttrac tive, i.t-ver hiked better tha'i ii their (ires on thii cocasio i which cnilinl loth beauty a.l eit- g lll.'O. M3ns 'jd.e an I WiMio Carpet,, tor r. nd Jennie It.n'idjlr; l.i.ke.i extrmifly writ, a'id displayed ex cellent t:rte in their (!re.-. Ne w MtTiri or ii'V i. il.tr tealrr, 0 Woul l be proud r.f su Ii djugbters t a'.ove desTir-r I tiny íj.. eared in 4,r"g4l fph'tidor be ainirg." A m u g the genth tren pr fcnt wre seen Mr. John AiKcc. Fin k CírpfntT. F. B. Watr u, jr.. Fg liert Fritieriand, M I ) i . , ,'ohi j Mer-re, I'x Valvar I-. Z S Lone-' vn, S II. We-Us. I'r-.k Ygr, John Brtiitiiijrton, Jmsi Jrtlnon, i'e , Marh ChapM, Tl.cs. Fii an, Iltrr? WelU nd Pr Tifit'.n. Mr. and Mrs. II. J. M -rha!l were j also fr"'fnt j All indulged in trippii j the lijht ! fatittstic toewntd arif rnaru. rin, Delta, Thlia. I. as YesaVMurket Price ot Wool etc. l'nTTalied Mexican wool, .er poniul SilO cents. Vlii e, washed, " " i ii-ij. roved. . . ." i: i lul-2 l.an.h's wmil, white, wa-died lien hides, fnod, " U a 12 " " uainaed " Slie"i) pelts, well nooled, ).er (decf,. i.r 7 l-'J cents (icr pound. Sl;eep ).elt3., clipped, " 5 á 10 Cioat hk ins, larse " or 17 cfula per iiuiuid Kids " h Wolfi-kins, lare, " 1.M ( iv.-ilcs " lu a TO J- Hides and furs at lhe?e prices musí be uf Nu. 1 ijuulily. Hi F. 0. OGDEN, Ltt Veijat ..Vía Mexico. Having opened a Furniture Store in the Hays Building, on South Second Street, I would respett f it II y inform Ihe citizens of Las 1 'eyas and vicinity 'thill I will supply them, al cheap rates, with alt classes of Furiutiire chairs, tables, safes, bureaus, htdtteaits, etc. Cuinc ami look at my goods and price them. i', f UÍVOJ.'.Y. SEO. CROXFOItD, Saddler and harness Maker Las Vegas M. Sliop m Huy's liuildinff, next door to Gazette. Manufacturer and dealer in California saddles and Harness ol all kinds, saddle trees narrowed down, collars cut and warranted to lit. Harness rleaiiedand repaired wilh neatness and disp.irrh All work wurrcntcd for ene year with luir uu ac. N. B. I ivarrant my saddles not In hurt ahorse and will make Harness to order cheaper than il can he bought elsewhere. Buy ofilio 1'iuetieal 'linker. A. CltZl'I.AI IIOWSKI, ruel lo de Luna. UlUllAlli) Dl'NS, Luu Vegai. Grzekchowsky i Dunn, DEALERS 7iV icneral frfbanbiGt GKA1X AKD PRODUCE. Keep conslanlly on hand a complete assort ment uf ClIitX'KlHKS, Staple and Fancy, Cnued J I- roil.-, Fi- h and .Meats. IIlU!OSS, Ladies' Ciulcm ear, Toilet Ar- tides of all deacription.s, ZKl'IIKl!. nil shade and colors, Merinos, I ishl and heavy, Hunu'-t le and Foreign . ,1VKI;V Kind of Slapleand Fancy Dry (ioods, i Notions, KjI'OlfS. Fine Wl.ikies, Wines nert Itran IJ dies, Tobaccos, ill full Var.e'v. 4 MMl.M'IION Cartri. lites of all standard Arms, Pistols of ..II Pallen, s, Cl.OI'HIMi, Furnishing (ioods Shues, Hull and Laps. li'Kils and T A H I W A UK, Cutlery, Tin and ll .llow- I I ware, ( rockery, OI1S ASD PAINTS, Pnity, (ilaf ies of All Kinds mid Sizes and (.'.dors. lir.At.L I'Al'KH, 1'ai.rr llangiiifts, Stiitioiieiy, Drills un. I Medicines, (-(IAPS AMI (,' SNIW.LS, Laundry, Kainily ( alile and Toilci Soaps, Sperm Dandles, J KI'Clll'I'S, Sauces, I'ickles, Spices, CjIí- fonda il uiey, I'leseres, IM(iKS Pictures, Lookimt-Rl::S'-es, nlH n arlely of Adorninenls lor lluiiSihoUU. Unblenehcd, 1 J Mu-lins I . i 1 1 1 1 1. and Pi iols. UMI'llliLLAS, Paras., N, Walking Cnne, lii.lin and Vai;on Vlii.s, j AILS, Spikes, Pc'.-s, 'lacks, Screwi, Wire, N i! ve, Cords, T.ine. NITS Candies, lr. I'rnils, c:e.. all of which ll.ey oilu al !..M pnces forCah. Co-inlry Merehnnis are renu-lcd to call and evmiine our sioik of l.o.,H ..nd h ,cs. H it-, ( Icilliíiiií , I'lii'nishin (.i.ifol-i aii'l Nolions, licloie lo yinp, or ord.-rioir cl-c hi re, js wb fee cu ll. .tut mat wecao do i.m-i.i V 'od. 4r.clii'liwkl 1 Itni.n. CHARLIE JEW KITS East. Side of the Plaza, lit Yrgni Ai Meiiit Ouod, Kqure !! At All Honra, ami the test in town. ? V. AI.no THE NICEST BAR, 't J Willi Ihe Choicest T.iiior and (gara Come, and -ee in. Eagle Livery A FmlDqml. Joa. I. Wol I'rarirlclor, At Illniirhnr l'a Corral, mar tii K'rer, .a Vegas A' Veiir.t, TVi. rentleni'.n i-rco-ired to rnini.h I S j Í - end Itor i.. fei-i a!. I i- re l.,r lior..., ny Ihe day, week nr iii"iiHi, at 'owe-l, possilii- rateJ. Ifiy and Corn cn land for Sale. Pttiyij'ir and Horfs fur lllrr. A l ick, for Gi" arcfinif.i'Kl-Oi. n if IhepiO.lie. will li-avc Vfjrii every Sunday afternoon lor Ihe Hot prinii LSI DO 11 MEIIX Ajtnt for Í1B3S20 jr0S. .p- $p., St. Ionia, Mo., will raj the bigheat Casi Prices ror. vro)L, iiipt, rti.T. etc.. r.rc (ieiteral Merchandise tiener.n S'l.re'iaii.li.e (icu eral Meiehaiidie (.eneral Merchnndi-e CiriiKi'ul Meichaiidi-e (lutl(lliiitrli,M..is Un tillihi i;..ods n 1 1 ti rt i ; sr i. I -. . . . i n t tin i ii - l i mi lili i)iK;..i'l'. (iMtlÜI'iniíCn.ids outtii:in!ií;-io.(! ..OlillttÍIItM,ilo(N l.iipmrs. i i.ii'.r). I Liipiori. ; Liquors. X I'i'.'ars ('".'irs .Al'ÍL'ai Dry lio, ..Is Dry (ioods Dry Cn.li Dry ( ioods Dry (oo.ls Dry Goods . . Tobacco-, Tolt.ic.ms, Tol. arcos , Tul.iicí'os, Tnliaccns, T.di-iee..-, I (imeeries (iruceries. . . . (iroceries (il eric.. . . . Groceries. . . . 1 Groceries. . . j Crockery : ('rockery mem OCT ft ( Itinaware. . . . A Chinnwaro. . . . ( rock ry A Cliinaare ( rocker'v ,t Chiiiaware Crockerr ,t chóoiw .re ....( rockery , Chinawiire Crockerv ,t Chinaware. . . . ....('rockery A ( hinaw are. . . Crockery ( hiniHTare ... .Crockery A C'.ir.awai'e Crockery A Chinarre Stores, North SidcofPlazn, at LAS VKC.A9 nd LA .ll'NTA, New Mexico. ma pom NEW. GOODS. 1877. Store, South Side of the S.ju.ire, r.as Vrya, ev Jrxc lian just weired, ami is conslanlly re ceii'hig a In rye and ussorled slhrk f Dry Good, Dry Goath, Iri) Good, Dry Goods, Chth in;, Cloth hi l (Jloth'ni'l, thtliiiii. . ?'y iiors, Liquid, vori, l.i'l IU '.", Groeene, Groceries, G rover ie, C rocct fi, rtfí., et't , etc. vie , et t , tin etc , efe., t.fV. fie, etc., e!t w'ii -1. " :'t '' "d.l at prices that v III rlen.ie ev4'r,v Ipoe'.v . fíi.ci s i 1 1 w? n...n M-.-civii l.edcr iiiitlil icN ..ml mefi Jo(N lor I In' r nioiiej than rl-". here. Give h;ni a call M.d judiC lor yocr i'lves. AN1 ii. s. ko.hu: .HfcNcy OK Da biií 5ólíníiníí. Teeolote, Nv Mexico, is Iwav! foii'p'ied with n tr.oo 1 ;. -ortment of líciieio! Mci ehnudi. . , nnd hiiving a Lingo Cornil, Goo I iSt.ii.lo and Abundance tt Foi;i; on hau l, oTers the be-tt oí fi ilifi to ttie trave ling coiuinuni'y. iit'i axihTfs skña. Los AIhiiio', N. M., RETAIL ME II C II A N T in dry (rami roecries, l'.ii'.. cícmh, I. .hinco, hntfc, ca.'1. I.e.. i- and shoe., and nil kin.U of j?T J Cor.ntrv hvh& V' r-.y w . y H Wool hule a lid pell tnkcii ini'iiMI..'e (or fof,d. P.itronaie of (he public n-pecdiillj MiüeitH. f l O We-- ? 5 ir Si g V & s - v-ii ", t?3 - oí.2- - tí" V5