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FRAWK CHAPUAN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OUST A. V BAH.TBLS. l'ueblo, Colorado. iTTTLIUS L. BARTTL8. Kl Muro, Colorado. I.. DEALER IN JTorf TT.jí Ctoritsf o Public Square, JCas Vegas Vcw llcxico. NEW STORE. John Chapman, Manager, At Chapman's Ranch, gt.nera.ihj known as Hami-l ton's, or Hatch' $ Hunch. A full and complete stock of GENERAL MERC II A X D I S E Till be kept at this storeor the accommodation of the citizens at diaper i- to and surrounding country. Goods will be sold as cheap as they can be in any placo in JS'ew Mexico. Wool, Hides and Stock taken in exchange for goods. Bartels Brothers, Wholesale Grocers rarwartftnf ACmalelo Merchant., ELM.QBO, COHOZRA-DO Te 1mt to inform their nutrieron friends unit the cttlr.cn throughout New Mexico tul Anion, thut thef hnve established their large and commodious Fnrwanling- and Commission Home at t tin point, onehundred miles furthersouth than any prevlou R. R. Terminus, WhCTB they ere lully pre pared to attend prop erly to all e-n-signmcnts en trusted to them. LOYVKST RATES OF FREIGHT GCaRANTKF.D. O. BLANCHAnD. O. OECFFBION. F. DESKARA.I3. BLANCH ARO Dealers ixi G E X E RAL M E R C II A NOISE, 0 4 0 Wool, Hides and Pelts Bought At the highest Market Price in Cash. Market Produce taken in Exchange. Ve-iP HeA'ico. sS'íü Moat Markot. mm r'c Mrc,. gl RAMS, EAVES AND WETHERS FOR SALE BY G-.W. STONERO AD. Price according to Selection. aaL'??tanthj ?n ham1 for'alf ft" -Vwrtn 7?,, r,V o w rrtc n íAt Co)'fv, or rams directly from the State, or rams from the órate oluch have been, acclimated here, to suit buyers. Also swes in lots to suit purchasers, of ami grade, from the finest Mermo to Mexican. Wethers of A 11 Classes for Sale. A dJrcss Imbtr of nine nnd nearly one fourths pounds per head. The sheep ore from Fost ers herds in California bf the Flint. & igsby stock known all over Califor nia as the very best strain of large bodied and fine wooled sheep. Capt. Clancey will make his head quarters, as formerly, at Puerto do una. He inserts the advertisement of J. G. Clancey & Co., in another column as importers, breeders and dealers in line Merino sheep. Died. At El Moro Colorado July 1878 James T. B. Stapp. M r. Stapp had gone to El Moro from ort Bnseom for the purpose of bringing out goods for his store at the latter place when he was ta"ken fatally sick. His wife residing here, only received notice of his illness by telegraph a short time previous to his death. Mr. Stapp'was a brother of AV. B. Stapp of this city and has been resident of the Territory near eight ears, engaged in -the stock business at Fort llascom and vicinity. He was about 41? years of age, at the time of his death. He leaves n wife and three hihlren who have the heartfelt sym pathy of everyone in their sad bereavement. The remains arrived last night and were buried this morning at 9 o'clock in presence of a large concourse of citizens, at the Masonic Ccmcterv. Railway, CoxMLjolotoci to E 1 IbE o 27 o, Through Passenger and Freight Train run IMWly. He delay la transfer frala-nt. By shir-ulnr freight to this point, .Tark "Care of Ui jwuc.t tlaiuAiiuras or Ulcru .-Millar A Co. r'rum 10 ti l.i days' time ia saved and to Mt cent pur lun pouuu iu exoh. Quicker Time and Lower Rate Guaran teed. For luformntlan and Rate address . l) c. uuhuk. Gen. Kt. í 1'unit. Aft., Denver, Colorado. 8130 RDWAItl). Lost On the evening, or night of April Sit, ft small Solo Leather Trunk, covered with white canvass aid trunk w is lout ulf Hie stage going to Santa F, somewhere between Cimarron nnd Las Ve gas. It was rull, when lost, pi mcipuiiy oj pa pen, erty of importance to me and my cticnti containing among them a number of deeds, of conveyance, Note, Draft-, 4c. The trunk, with lis contents, w ould weigh "0 er 6 pounds, It is either 28 ur) inches long about one foot wide, and one foot or muro high had tho words "Santa Fe, N.M.," on one out) and immediately above it n mal! piece uf ean vs about two by eight inches sewed on to the other cunvubi, which piece overs my name "T. II. Catron.'' I will give the above reward for the recovery of said trunk und the papers which wero in the s ime, when lost, or for such Iiifonnution us III lead to the recovery thereof. I do not presume ith:tbccn stolen mid will consequently tuke no steps to prorccuto the Under, or poucitur, April Mh, InTí. T. n. CATRON, G. W. Stoneroad, Las Vegas, Nsw Msxloo. Cut Thin Out, And send It to your friends in the East, advls lug them, w hen they visit Olorado, New Mcx Ico, Arizona, or tlic San Juun mines, to take the Atchison, Topcku & Sniita Fe railroad, the new Southern route thiiith KnnHas, via the ArkanHa Valley, to Pueblo, making direct con tiecliotiH will the Denver ft Kio Unmde rail way for Colorado Springs, Denver, and all points in Northern Colorado, Cation City, Uar land, IHd Norte, Luke City, Kl Moro, L8 Vegas, and Santa Fe. Tranu leave Kansas City and Atchison evcrv day in the jenr, with Pull mnn sleeping curs attached, i.nd pushenger traiim erpiippcd with all the nvdern nnprmc mi'nts. For maps, circulars ami detailed li, fur mat inn usk them to send to T. J. ANDicnpo, M4 General Pa nger Aiint, T.ipnks, Kan J. If. HOOdlER. ICditor. Vood route to the Nonth Une ot .Mr. Kingman's enginee party returned from the south Thurs over the cuisine, lie says they found an excellent line by way of Bernal crossing the Pecos just below San Jose and passing through Cíalisteo They strike the líio f runde at Sunt Domingo and follow down the valley Mr. Kingman's and Mr. ,Morley part iff are both below Albuquerque at present. The weather is Lot, dry and dusty. "When you want good goods at liv ing rates go to Jaffa Bros. Born. To the wife of J. II. Teats, Lns Vegas, N. M. July 11th, 1878, a daughter. Now Store nt l.n Cuevil. gust in L. Moriee. agent for Messrs. Blanehard & Co., of Las Vegas, would rcsneclfullv inform the inhabitants of Mora County that he has opened a icw store in the house of Don Vicen te Homero, at La Cueva. Mr. Manee has established himself permanently at La Cueva and will keep constantly on hand a varied assortment of goods such as all classes of groceries, dry jfoods, ready made clothing; hoots and shoes, hats, qiie.ensw.ire, cutlery tc. etc. (tootls will De sold at as cheap rates as anywhere. All kinds of products taken in trade. AVool hides and pelts bought at the highest prices lor cash in hand. Don Jose Santos Esquivel, com missioner in charge of repairing the courthouse and enclosing the well. has had the work completed accord ing to the terms of the contract. A special commission appointed to view the job pronounced it in their r pinion to comply with the stipulations of the igreeinent. The court house is plast ered with three eoats and finished with an imitation of stone. The roof of the jail has also been repaired and plastered and four brick chimneys put on the courthouse. The well in the plaza has been walled up and enclos ed at the top with a neat andsubstan tial brick wall. Mr. J. li. tetout the work. Cob Evans ta locating the railroad from Clifton south. According to the Netf & Press he was at Cimarron on the 4th People are beginning to appreciate the advantages of advertising stock brands and are sending in description of their brands pretty lively. for Kale by Felipe l.epes. Font4 hundred head of cattle of all sizes. Address, Felipe Lopes, 272-2H1. San Lorenzo, X. M. leraonnl, Don Severo Baca of lied River is 111 town. Henry Buneke was Up from Las Concha yesterday. AV. Robert of the mercantile liririaf Robert & Kuck, Anton Chigo is in town. Don Romualdo Baca returned from his sheep herds in the Panhandle of Texas this week. Doctor Gordon and Henry Jaffa started by private conveyance for Trinidad Wednesday. Rev. F. Fourchequ of Sa pello call ed Tuesday and continued his sub scription for another year. Wm. Krocuig and Win. Moore, two prominent citizens of La Junta, were in town several davs this week. Dav. Winterniiz. the Tecolote and San Miguel merchant was looking after business iu town yesterday. Don r.eaicio F. Perea and wife came up from Bernalillo Thursday. They are stopping at Don Simon Baca's iu the upper town. Miss Williams and Mrs. Bovard who have been at the Springs some weeks, started on their return to the states by Tuesday's coach. Mrs. Peudarirs and Miss Emily Peirlaries, post mistress at Rincón del Tecolote, have been visiting in town this week. Thev are nt Mr. Dunn's. Conanmptlen Cured An old physician retired from scUts practice having had placed in his baud hv an East Indian missionary tho f mula of a simple regetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure of Consumption, Bronchitis Catarrh, Asthma, and all Throat and Lu&jr affections, also a positive radical cure for General Debility and all ner vous complaints, after having thor oughly tested its wonderful curativa Í lowers on thousands of cases, feels it lis duty to make it known to his suf fering fellows. The recipe will bt sent free of charge to all who desire it with full directions for preparing and successfullv using. AdurcH ltii stamp naming this paper. Dr. ML E. BELL, No 68 Courtland St. 59 6m Baltimore, Md.- A story conies from Middletown (CoHH.) that eclipses the marvels of oleomargarine.- The people of that nlace have accidentally discovered how to utilize bullfrogs by conver ting thcra into churners of butter. The discovety iras thus reached: A farmer in the neighborhood, Tiaving placed a pail of milk in a spring to cool over night, went there t lie next morning and found, it is solctnnlr asserted, instead of the. pail of milk a large bullfrog sitting in contempla tive mood upon a large roll of fresh butter. The sole explanation is that the frog had jumped from the water into the pail, and in trying to extri cate himself, had, by' diligent and continued strokes of" Ids long legs, churned the milk into butter dil Orlando Smith got the windmill up in the plaza Wednesday. Itlooksjust like a big sunflower. It pumps water though first rate. It is a combined suction and force pump. The suction pump will raise the water about 20 feet in this altitude. The force pump will then lift it to any bight desired, or that the power will warrant. Mr. Smith has the agency of this Territo ry for these pumps. They are called the Automatic WindEnghio and are manufactured by the Stover company of Frceport, Illinois. Collector Notice All taxpayers in Mora County are hrrebv notified that the Tax for the year ending May 1st 1871) is now due and must be paid to the undersigned, or his deputy immediately. Other wise, the legal interest from Aug. 1st will be added. Hi:n-ry Roiuxson", Sheriff and cx-offlcio collector of Mora Co.. X. M. 278-4t. Mora. X. M. Julv 4th 1878. list of AnitiYAi.s. Wnitafi's Hotel. Frank Shepard, Las Vegas; C. T. Lewis, La Junta: Lewis Ka.hu, Mora; Win. B. Bobinan, Mora, Thos. Lakey, Fort Union; J. B. Riggings, San An tonio; J. M. Bernard, Trinidad; J. Kessler, Golondrinas; Henry llunekc, Las Conchas. Exchange Hotel. One of the particular advantages of the system of registering letters, was exhibited in the robbery of a mail wagon in Texas the other day. Tho thieves contented themselves with stealing nil the registered packages iu Ihc pouches which fell into their hands, and did not disturb the re mainder of the nn:il. This sort of discrimination was entirely natural,- since the registration gave the rascals ill the information thev needed, The fact that the government refuses to be accountable for the loss, while offering valuable information to per sons of predatory inclinations, will hardly tend to increase the popularity of this method of remitting money. Chicago Times. Loudon July 9. The 'Times sarsi The expeciation that money will bo cheap tends to induce fresh specula tors to come forward and the upward movement may be' renewed. ManV new loans are talked about. In ad dition to a Russian loan for forty million pounds there isa Greek loan mentioned and sundry loans for Aus tria, Hungary, Turkey and Spain. While Railway and other industrial projects may be expected to creep up in great numbers. The first install ment of the French Railroad louus ia expected at the end of the present month, audits approach seems tobo heralded by the extreme activity ia Freueli rentes. inore Fine Wool . Capt. J. G. Clancey, of Puerto de Luna, was in town Tuesday. He has just brought through from California a band of fine Merino sheep. The herd was lambed on the Rio Puerco in Arizona and was very successful, about KO per cent increase. He show ed us a specimen of the wool. It is of long staple and very line. The band numbers 1582 sheep, 700 of which nrc yearlings. They sheared UfiU pounds of wool which 1 in avernga The Intent nrrlviil, Seven large wagon loads of new goods arrived at II. Homero & Bros., on the east side Thursday. They have now a very large, varied and complete assortment of new goods which they propose to sell cheaper than ever before sold in town. Go and examine their goods ami you will M. Brunswick has opened up his new store in Grzelaehowski & Dunn's building on the north side, lie bus a tine stock of goods, everything new. The rooms are clean, the walls newly papered and the new stock of goods well arranged presents a neat and business like appearance. Tho county convention met yester day to nominate county officers and send a delegation to the Territorial convention at Santa Fe this month. We have not the proceedings of the meeting in time for this issue. Remember that Jaffa Bkos. nro still in the field with as large and well selected stock of goods as can be found in the market. Owing to the dry weather nnd good roads tho disreputable mail wagons still continue to come in on time. Frank Chapman inserts his cattlo brand iu another column, Lewis 1). Bowe, Xcw York; Garrett Ward and Lady; California; J. M. Andress, El Moro; Mrs. M. I). Lnmy, U. S. Army; Mrs. II. Grant, Fort Stanton; Thomas Lahcy, Fort Union; Jas. G. Travis, Fort Union; Cecilio Beyes and Frank Mercer, Fort Union J, G. Travis, Colorado; John G. Clancy, Puerto de Luna; W. F. Bloom and Frank G. Bloom, Trinidad; E. F. Mezick, San Jose; A. M. Cadington and II. C. Parker, Albuquerque; Hen ry Weldon and Louis Garcia, Fort Union; Wul. Kronigand AV. II, Moore La Junta; W. Robert, Anton Chico; Col. J. P. Williard, Miss Pritchard. Miss G. Belcher" and S. D. llulhaway, U. S. Army. George Sproule, Fort Union; D. L. Fisher, Kl Moro; Henry Fosha; P.. M. Thomas, Santa Fe; V. Ó. Lydon, Ouray, Col. l p to yesterday evening seven miles of track had been laid on the La Junta branch. The contractors expect to lay about 8-4 of a mile daily from this oti. One hundred track men struck on AVednesday, on the ground of being required to work thirteen hours for a day's pay. Xumhers of laboring men arrive' daily, attracted by the flattering promises of good wages. They arrive on the ground without a dollar ill their pockets and have the alternative of going to work tit $1.25 for shovelers, $l.ñO to .'1.75 for iron men, all boarding themselves, or starve. AVe are informed that they are brought here by promises of !;2.U0 per day. The blame is of course not with the railroadVompany, but with the contractors, ' who are said to have taken the work at extremely low prices. Several of the men have been prostrated by the unusual heat. Las Animas Leader fuly 5, The London Mining World is of tho opinion that the price of lead has reached its lowest point, nnd that the tendency will be upward in the fu ture. To support its theory, the World reviews the unsettled condition of business during the last three or four years iu Eglaud and America; and claims that the mines of Spain and Germany cannot be worked ata profit at the present price of tho me tal, and that the homo consumption in this country will abrorb the whole of our product. AVe certainly; hope the prctlictions of the World may jirovc true, as the present price of lead is a serious Impediment to the successful operation of our low-grnde minen, nnd an advance in tho price would have ft tendency to promote production, nnd hare a'hoaltny iuflu cuco on our mining- industry. 6Vft'. net, On the first day of July the Kan sas Pacific will begin to receive conl for operating the road from the coal beds near Canon owned by the Den ver and Rio Grande company. The business which was recently taken trom tne uouiiicr valley and given to the Colorado Central is thus again transferred and given to the Denver and Rio Grande. The contract calls for one hundred tons per day and will increase the amount taken out fully one-third. Deneer Tribune, 27. The latest mail advices from San Francisco indicate that the Kear neyites will have overwhelming con trol of the Constitutional Conven tion, They have chosen something like two-thirds of the members, about a hundred in number, leaving the Xon-Partisnns or Corporationisls thirty nine, the Republicans seven anil the Democrats four. The popu lar majority, or rather plurality, of the Kearneyites in the State ia over two thousand. A Kansas school ma'am has intro duced a new feature in her school. When one of the girls misses a word, the boy who spells it gets permission to kiss her. As a result the girls aro becoming very poor spellers, whilo the boys are improving. 1(1 a. week in your own town. $! outfit free. Xo ri.-k, Reader. nn out VJUU if you want a business nt which persons of either sex can make great pay all the time they work, write for particulars to JL 'Hallett &Co. Portland, Maine. 6C7-ly Xcw York, July 9. Tin World says Edison will leave for Colorado Saturday, with a number of astrono mers, to experiment on the moon with his newly completed heat-measurer, lie will be absent about tinto weeks, and will visit Yoteinite. Notice. The undersigned mi-Miliet ot the Washington n. r, Ink"1 pleuniic iu announcing to the paoplii of New Mexico- und especially lo tlioe of San M gucl County, that llioy intend taking up their rc'ldencu at l.as Vegas In March IsTs for tha p-irposn of practising lieforo all the Ceurt i t the 'I crrltory and also before all theDcpartmem hoi e at Washington. Their pi uctleul aijuslntniK-c In thcDi payments licra, glvw thum special incllmrs tn matters cf all kind of claims agaiiiEt the Government ol'lim United States They respectfully solicit bimiu ess now, u they are ablo to pay pcrsmiil tttu Uon to it. M SAHlAtt, M. A. w.Loeu, For further Information apply to Lot-is A Aalazas. !7S- It. P.O. Box SIS Wnthiugton V. C. Mill Property for Sal or Rent. A 'Ir.t class dmirmlll, on the Mora rier, half wuy uet cen upper und lower Mora, for tele or reiiU The mill is in excellent running order. ha a good water power, couMnt the vr around and lattre patronage. IheM'.ra Val. Icy i.nd snrrnundint country is one ni t'c Ann t whci.t raiding districts in the Terrlloi. tot particulars Inquire ot, or address MABUAMT It PEtANT. im M 'ra, Men Co., a M \n\n JLas liegas. day. lie is the fat man that presidí pu rebase.