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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAUO 11 IN rUSTAVBARTELS. 1'ucblo, Colorado. Xorth-lVe.st Corner of Public Square, Bartels Brothers, Wholesale Grocers ' Forwarding A C'omiulatlon Tlrrr hunt., ELMOüO, COT,OTl-A.?DO Uop leave to inform their numerous frienda and (lie ci M.eiiM throughout New Mexico unit Arizona, that they have established their lanre nml emnvdiou Forwarding and Commission House at this jioint, one hundred milesfurthersouth i. than any pTOKÍous R. R. Terminus. Yew Mexico "A N E W S T O E E. John ChapstMitii Xlatiaycr. At Chapman Rundí, yenerally known as Hamilton's, A lull and comi leto Mock of or Jialr.lt s Riutdt. G E X E II A L M E II C II AXDÍSE Will... I i ..i ii. : . .1 . . .... ... . ,.. " in ut, ft 171 i-i mix xim r or inc accoiniiiotuu ion 01 me citizens (it tiiaiieri- to nnd surroundiny country. Hoods in'll be Hold 11.1 cheap as they can tt: in any place, in Xew Mu.dco. U'uol, Hides and Slack taken in exchange fur yoadx. mi r xx. Toats. Msat 'Market, South I'ucille Street, l.nn t'rgns, Xetr Me.r, WJIOLESA LK & 11ETA IL DEALERS In General Merchandise and Outfitting Goods. Las Visits, Xew .Mexico, n,r in. 1 . . 1 i ... . ... r vvi nines, 1 cits ana roiluec yenerally Imnylit or Cash, or ccclaiiuicd (it market prices. Whore lliey are lully pre pared to tttlen-1 prop erly t'i nil 0. n siKKiMüntH en- trusted tn them I.OVVFST RATES OF rit KG! it ; GDHANTI'rl. C. B'jANCHARD. BLA c, geoffriof. F. DESTi ARAIS. iCHARD. E CO. ti E N E H A Ii M E II (J II A N !) 1 8 E. Wool, Hides mvA Pelts RougM At I In highest Market Trice in Cash. Market Produce taken in Exchange. Las 1'cfjas, ' Ye:r lic.ricf. HAMS, EWES AND WETHERS FOR SAL 13 V rn TV BY G-. W. STONERO AD jr. v Price according to Selection. J'trr. rowifttHtltf m hnnl fin atth. Hup lAj'iji yd ,t.i i ,n this Uiiinty, or rams directly from the .State,, or ram, from the States which hare been acclimated here, to suit bn,,rs. 'Also fires in lots to suit imrchasers. of ami nrnd.'. l.-,,,,, t" juiesi ,uen no to .Uciieaii. Hetlh Ml Classes for Sale. Add reus 1 Railway, Complctod. to "Ml 1 Jk& O X Oy Through Passenger and Freight Trniii run iNttly. Koilrlay In trauHTcrol I'rrlKht. '.y i-liii phii rrr!i?!it to thií point, mirk "Caro ot lir.iwiiu X ..la i.:in.n'a8 or Uleru cellar . & Co. I' nim ID tu I.") il iy.V liiuu id iivuil muí j to M ( Cilia per Iihj Mniiiil4 ta t . ti. (iuielecr Time unit Lnirrr Hates Hvnran- teah For InfoniiutiBii ami Uatc. n lilie.4R, I) C. Ili.iDUK, Coil. Kt. & l'ass. A ut., HiMiver, l oiorui'o. $130 lilYAKU, lost On tlio evening,' or night of Apvil Sil, n smiill Sole Catliei 'Trunk , covcreil with wliitecinvasu. aid trunk wis lost off the ittage goin.í to rt.inlA Fe, sonie.wherc between Cimarrón un I Las Vc. gas. Itwu-ifall, when lost, piilicipalhj of pn peri, outj uf l.i;ti3r!a;iee to me a, id my tliciits cimlaiiiiiix aiuong them a nuuiber of deeds, uf cnnveyHiMie, Noto, li'afi-, 4,'.. The trunk, with its content, te ouHl weih TO r 81 pimnds, It Is cillier '.'S or 3!) inches lnH(i about one lout wide, and one font or in ire hhili, hud ihb words "sania Va, N'.M," on one end nml immediulely above it a unial! d;".-e of nan vn,s ub tut two by i'la'M inches sowe I on to the other canvass, which iieeo overs my in "T. U. Canon.'" 1 wdl give the ulmve reward for Ihcrreovcr of said trunk and the paiers which were in Ihe same, wiien lost, or for mtcli informal un us ill lead to Ihe reejrery tlieroof. I ill not prc-Mim .) it has ben stolen mid will conscnuenllv take no steps to proMcuie the flniler, or pmtmor, April kill, IS7S. T. n CATKON, 4 111 l'liii. luí. And fend it to your friend In tho KnM, nd vis ing them, when they isii Col iiado, New Mex ico, Arizona, or the San .hum miner, 0 ke the Atchison, Topcku & Simla Fc railroad, Hie new .Souil.ern route thii.tifih Kmiihiik, via tl.o Arkansas Valley. In Piithlo. making direct eon iiecHons will Ihe lienver & liio linindr mil way fór Colorado Sii m, Denver, and nil pomls In , iu Kiel n C'oliiiiido, tallón City, j;r land, Iel Nolle, I.nke ily, Kl Muro, I.as Vrpin, iindHanla Fa. Tranit loiv-i K-tusiis Cily and Alchison everv day ' Ihe jeer, with I'lill nan slccpinx curs ultai In d, i n I pi,s.-i nrr tiaiiiH Kiipptd iih all ihe nnilein mipiove mciiN. For maps, circuláis and detailed I f r malioii ask I . in lu -end t. T. J. Amikiisov, 2'U .l Pus neer Af.'iit, i'oie'i, Km. down so that oven owners of small lienls enn áfToril it for tlie benefit of stock riicn, and expect it iu turn to help the paper. . The Santa Fc jicople do not know exactly what todo. They are bet ween two llres. Tlie agents of the Denver & Itio Grande railroad want alarbe amount of money for building the railroad there; and unless the people fi'ivc it, the company threaten to build Ihe road directly down the river past Santa Fo and, establish a now towil near IJernalillo. Of course that would ruin the capital. : ' The agents of the Alchison! Toiieka & Santa. Fc road" on" ihe other hand say that they expect to ' Imihl their road to Santa Fe. or at least a branch and that they do not want any money todo it; unless Santa Fe gives to the narrow yaijge. In the latter case they want as much money as the other road irets. Thus the people do not know wliicli lirn of the dilemma to take. . Saturday last seven animals, ii marcs and two liorses, were stolen from an emigrant from Arizona while encamped on the nine mile hill east of town. (J. Y, Fulkerson is the owner of the stock íukPíiiis out hand bills oU'erin $--00.00 reward for their re coverv. Two irntv mares are of Cali fornia stock, one branded IML on left thigh, the other 1MI.Í combined on left thigh. One small bay mare branded letter U on left thigh and boulder with figure 11 over last brand, The other horses are of Ame rican stock without brands; one dark sorrel mare 9 vears old; óné bnv muro ó years old and one bright bay horse ñ years old. There is also one gray horse not of much value with numerous brands. , The plains look as green as a wheat field. ' ' ' ' Rest Deliver Flour at $5.00 per 100 lbs at -Jaffa Ukos. The rainy fairlv set in. season seems to have C'roijiiet sets cheap-at- '. '. . Frank CirAi'.MA.N'.s. 1'iie Turks and Russians in Lincoln count y appear to lie quiet. Call at Jaffa Ur.os. before you lay in your supplies, and examine their stock and prices. Ir. Stern expects 30,000 lbs of new goods in by the last of this week or the commencement of next. n the Pecos last Thursday and stole tAvó kad of horses from him and five hcaüíjrponi At (írzelachówskl. ; "Jdge Ilubbell got back from the. Eio Abajo Monday; He snys the Denver & Kio Grande engineers have surveyed an excellent route clown the liio Grande past Santa Fe and that they have laved out a town near Ber nalillo in the vallev. A .taK- A mun hilled . private letter from Cimarron that at about 11 o'clock. -Tues day, three men niouuccd on mules rode into town and weiit into 1,11111- lierl's Hotel. In a few minutes after ward a man came running out, the other three following wlm shot the first one in the hack kiliiiig him. Th'e man killed was said to be a horse thief. The three men who did the killing were from Trinidad. 1Í. Sioi'ley. 11 charge of the At chison, 'i'ojicka & Sania l'e engineer and eyplonitlon party, designed to operate on the wot side of the liio Grande, arrived here as tho advance guard. Wednesday. He rode down along the line Of locution made by Mr. Kingman with a view of seeing if the highest grade allowed could be re duced from 70 to (50 feet to theinile. lie is sanguine that Cm roa I will be pushed right toward. Tor Sheriff. It is understood that sherill' .lara millo has resigned. The County Com missioners. Messrs4 Mariano Alonlo ya, José Santos Ksquihcl and J. K. Whit more have the right to till the vacancy. AVe w ant a good man for sheriff, and we take-the liberty, with out consulting any of the gentlemen named, or knowing their polities to suggest a few persons any one of which, if appointed, we believe would give satisfaction.' We want a good man regardless of politics, such as Col Frank 1. Abi'eu, Kichard Dunn, Hilario Romero well known in town or from other parts of the county; If. .1. Hamilton, Kduardo 'Martin, .lose Lino Rivera, Jesus Ma. Gallegos.' . . r . We were -pleased to meet Thursday an; old friend, Mr. C; W. Irish, of Iowa City, lovi a, who is now of the A. T. & S. F. engineer .parly. Mr. Irish is- tin able civil engineer, as likewise a scientist. He has located many a line of railroad on the prairies of Iowa and will now try his hand on the mountains and mesas of New Mexico. Mr. Morley had his tirst raiiro.;d experience with Mr. Irbli on a line running south from Iowa Cily. The hitter expected to be assigned to to duty in Colorado where he could take observation on the total eclipse of the sun next mouth; bul the com pany -proposes' to ptisii its transcon tinental line and heme sends the scouts ahead. I he Warlike Indian. San Francisco, June 18. A Fort land' dispatch received at military headquarters states that about live hundred hostile Indians have started toward Camp Harney in this stu'.o and they are receiving accessions lis' t lie y march. Gen. Howard has givi.n. instructions to send Miles' command now en route to Harney on with all possible haste. Sarah Winneiuucca, who recently escaped from the hostiles at Stein's Mountain, reports that one. of the Indian tcouts claims to have killed liuti'alo Horn, a Uannock chief, Sarah says their leader was killed in ii skirmish with citi.eiis. iu which the scout was engaged. Cave Canon . Rev. Father Finotti rites thejJW bitue from Central slating that a cl.e- rieal tramp lias been making his rounds upon the Catholics of Gilpin county, professing himself a lecturer, a theologian oí the atican council. tc, etc, giving his name as Father Hogan, alias Howard. Father Finot ti says further that the intenerani, unknown has used his name with the! ood people in his pariah to some pur pose. Ihe Iribune recommends ''rather Hogan" to the care and vigilance of the sitate press. 1'ass him around. Veneer Tribune- ' G. W. Stoneroad, La,Vog a-,, liew Mexico. gay fiftu; nz. K-O-. i. II. Kooi;i.i;ii, Kill 1 or. Htork limn I. I.ac'-ey & McXairumi heads a list of advertl'ciuViit, of i-tock brands which we propose to establish. We have ordered a number of more cuts already for different parties and expect (() establish a column or two of such ad vertisements. The rates are so low that all slock men can well afford the tax. The (azi-tti-: circulates throughout all parts of New Mexico and the I'anhandle of Texas. It h an excellent medium in whidhto ad vertise brands nnd will undoubtedly lead to recovery "of much lost stock. Hut this is not the only advantage. Ily seeing the brands in the paper the public generally will become familiar with them and parlies huying stock from Tom, Dick and Harry will know from whose herd they originally eanio and be on the lookout for good and sullicient paper of transfer. It will go 11 long ways toward stopping the trafile in unventcd cattle liv irres ponsible pnrtitT. We have j ut the price of this specie (' inhi-rli-iii'.-' 4th iifJnlj . We-ii re requested to announce that there w ill bc-u pic-nie in the vicinity of the Hoi Spring.! on the 1th of. Inly. No special invitations are issued, luii everybody re invited to.atlend and lake tlie;:- Uii'.i ii Wilii U'.eti'. . good time gnu rally is expected. Cot;: iiicnce to 11; tike your caleuhiiiuu ac cordingly and remember 1 1 ; :t t every one th;it can go should be ready to be on hand. Mr. Stern, the agent, for Taussig 15 ros. A; Co., bought last week over 40.000 lbs of wool, among which is a lot of H.OO;) lb, of line California, Considering the low price of wool, it is a good thing for this town that t icre are parlies here who are pre pared to buy the largest quantities for oh. cMi maleo ;i!:!cy faster t;t work for us than at anything else. Capilal not required; we will start yon. -Sl'2 per day at home made by Ihe imlust rious. .Men. women, boys aiid girls wanted everywhere to work for us. Now is the till. e. Costly out lit and lernis frii Address to Ti:ru & Co. Augusta, Maine. 2liH-ly Exhibition. The Presbyterian Mission School will hold an exhibition. Friday even ing. June 'J.-ith. which the friends and patrons of the Si hool are cordially invited to attend. a rrKn! li.v I eli r l.nprw. Four hundrt'd head of cattle of all sizes. ' Add re, ,.,7-:-'Jm. A fisherman ciinie ihivn from the mountains ye.lerdny and said that he had caught '.'0 trout weighing 11 pound and a half to two pound-i apiece. Hi; would have caught more but lie is not n very good li.tr. -V.Cf ' More and belter improvements by n large majority are going i'oward 11 Las Vegns this siiiiiirier than in uny other town in the Ten itort-. .-i .' M. llruriswick is storing' his now goods as they arrive, temporarily,' in the room it) the rear of the pos oflice. '-. liiimeii-e quanlities of wool nre arriving in town from all the south and east. The engineer corps of the A. T. & S. F. lily, for the sunset side of Ihe Rio '.Grande arrived Thursday and departed yesterday for the south. They have a good outfit, well provid ed with transportation, provisions instruments, arms. etc. Their tirst duty will be a general exploration of Southwestern Xew- Mexico and Southeastern Arizona. Tliev will investigate the possibility of get tin a route southwest troll) some point below Albuquerque to the mineral country in (.rant Co., and theiici west through Arizona to the South ern Pacific. When thev have thus studied the configuration of thi country, a locating party will bo put to work on the best route and conti nue the line which Mr. Kingman i? now running. The party is mude ti nut onlv of civil eiiüiüeers, but like wise of mining engineer sand scieiH is- who will report upon the flora, faun: and general resources of the couulry visited. Il is an extensive hind and there wiil be siifVicienl occupation for the next few months. I'crsoiinls Henry Harris is over from Union. Willie Prager is recreating at the Hot Springs. P.cnito iiaca got hack from Denver Sat unlay last. A. 11. Mathews, the grower of line sheep, is in town. We are glad to see Henry J a fia of Jaffa Pros., once more in town. Don Jose Andres Moiitoya of Los -Mamos was among our callers th'n week. - W. K. Whitmoro, the post-master at Gallinas Springs, favored us with a call Thursday. Our old nmiyo from Cimarron, Jack Catón, called yesterday. He is out on the line again. Tiiorua.1 Lahey, a sheep grower from the Texas Panhandle w as up Thurs day. Rains have been abundant in lhal section and the grass growing finely. Andrea DoM. one of the old resi dent's and business men of Las Vegas arrived this week. The many friends of Mr. Dold w ill be glad to 111 'el him once again. He w ill rcni.du several Weeks. . Chief I'.ngincer Robinson ami F.. Wilder of Topeka. Kans..and J. Kay nohliofthis city have been at Santa l'e this weelf Advocating the funny advantages of the New Mexico A Southern Pacific railroad. I'ev. O. V. Mi-Mains .if Cimarron Was among the arrivals from the north Thursday. He is one of Mor ley's parly of exploration nnd will have a good opportunity to view the ancient land of the Azleei. C. J. Stevens was up from Gallinas Springs yesterday, lie reports hii some men from Texas made ii raid The invitation from the Depart ment of State at Washington, issued under the law of Congress,- for an International monetary conference. ins now been accepted bv tho govern ments respectively, of France; Hol land, Italy, Russia Sw itzerland and (ireeee. Cliques! ionably líelgium, Spain and Austria will also be repre sented iu tin! same conference, and we shall Ik; a little surprised if even German v and Great Pritain do not ultimately find it convenient to take part in so important an international meeting; one that is to regulate the. metallic money basis of tlie commer cial world. -., It is currently rumored that the, New York Sun demands the ousting of President Haves. . -o - . Itrpnbli''".. Tcri'iloriHl oiivciilir.it. A general Convention of the Repub lican parly of the Territory of Xew Mexico, will be held at Santa Fe, on Tuesday. July ;i0, 1S7S, for thepurpose of nominal ing a candidate for delegate for thi; Territory to the 4-ith Con gress of the United States. Undei the. rule adopted by the last general coti" vention the several counties will be entitled to representation as follow: to wit: , " Santa Fe county, f delegfii.es.' San Miguel eouiity, 10 delégate. Mora county. " -1 delegates. Colfax county, i delégalo.' Taos county," m 7 delegates. Rio Arriba county, 7 delegates. P.enialillo county, 7 delegates. Valencia county, 10 delegates, Socorro conntv . (i delegates. Doña Ana county, (5 delegates. Grant county, ii delegates. Ljneolu county, !i delegate-. It is earnestly requested that all lip counties of thy' Territory be fully re presented. Tlie various eouiiuittces are reques ted to take prompt and active meas ures to secure the representation of their respective counties. Delegates elected, who mnv be unable to attend in person, w ill be authorized to ap point proxies, or suhstitutcs; but it is particularly desired that delegates should attend in person, and we re commend that care be taken to select as delegates jiersons who will person ally attend tlie convention. 15y order of the Republican Terri torial Kxecutivc Committee. "Wm. Piii:i-nt:.v; Win,' II. Mandoriield, Chairman,' Ant. Ortiz y Sahiar, Secretaries. " ' Consuii!)! 011 C 11 rol An old physician retired from setiv e.' iiractice having had placed in his liandi by an Fast Indian missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cufejd' Consumption, F.rofirhilis. Catarrh, Asthma, and all Throat and l.urig allectioiis, dso a positive radical cure for General Debility and nil ner vous complaints; after having thor oughly tested its wonderful curativ' jiovvers 011 thousands of casis, feels it his duly to make 1 know n to' his sni f'ering fellows. . The recipe will' be sent free of charge tó all who desire il with full directions for preparing and successfully using. Address wilh stamp naming this paper. Dr. m. f. p,i;ll. Xo (W Court land St. 'AVJ Cm' ... lialliniore, Md. (hPP a week in your own town. $.V - -. outfit free. Xo ri.-k. Render, yUU if you w hill 11 business at which persons of eii her sex can make great pay nil lli" time they work, write for particulars to II. ' II.w.i.f.tt &(.".' Portland. .Maine. oG7-lv i'e de-lro to cull Ihe iiiifii.i.ui t C 0 1 o r a d o ÍI c w M c x i c ü WOOL GROWERS To tho fact Ihii' tliev ran oblnlii ti c liitthrs-t nuir-' Uel price. I.) shii piiiu Iheir w. l to u W e do all ei lis!v Viimmlmilnn Intuí hum fno pe iiiliilmi') tupi sell move wool then nnv lion here. VV h Ii for V A Mil and innke Prompt Heliiriii. I cniinission lor stlliiij:, 'i p..i eot iiru iriinlTil ali- CoiTeiMindenre i IVird lileeo.p.is'iimenl lo, orddrers Win. il, I'rirr itio. 51 I.or1-, Mn Itclcri'iH e fclven, lldcdrcd 172-lm \n\n JULIOS L. BARTELS. ti Muro, Colorado. Fimim; I.oim:h, Sun Lorenzo. X. M.