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Ü1KI l( 1'amia 111 been cal'.ei! to
riAttABi.E Tf i'fr!'niis for war i
tlie ict KurH jirr-'í'üiiii to tin'
world jii-l nw.
Aiuui B:v U rortainlj M'.'xluctl. Ili-t
tritl i now in rogn s with l'.i
counsel dii both s'nlts.
ri(r."iitr Ai.im i: unir- :
masase, buttlie la-t Hueiioin
kniK'k! the vinrjrr oat of it.
V. M. Uahuitt, tbo men who put ly"
nsunite in the machinery of tli 1 1. tina
tional distil'.erj at l- Moine-, Iowa,
has been arretted by I'inkTtoti's dctec-
CoxtiKKSS is in bijii aain. This is
tho last-opportunity Don Tranquilino
Luna will hare of raprcscnUnu New
Mexico. A bettor man will take the sc:it
White Oaks coal is begitiniii to at
tract attention. There is undoubtedly
excellent coal in that locality and it will
rcquirs but a short time to bring t'lem
si'iis is to uTe the next interna
tional exposition. It is to be huid at
Madrid in April, lSKJ. Those expci
tions are becoming quite numerous in
Tarious parts of the world.
Over sixty corn caiineriof in the state
of Maine annually put up 12,000,000
enns. An exchange has made an esti
mate of the cost at which corn is so pre
pared for the mar Vol. The farmer is
said to receird three cents fcr the corn
contained in the can, the tin solder
cost three cents, and the remainder four
oi live centa, coes to the inomifacttircr
for putting up and marketing The
cans contain twenty-six ounces of corn,
so that farmers raise from 1,0';0 to 3,000
raus per acre, the average being about
1,500, giring a cash ralue of 10. There
ai e several factories in Massachusetts
but Maine is said to put uj) one-third ef
tee corn canned in the country.
Kingston, N. M., Dec.
Kingston is fust becoming a desirable
place to live and for men to bring their
families. School will commence here
in a few days. There art more fami
lies in tliia place for a new town than
any other in the territory. There must
be upwards of one hundred and lift j
families living here at present and the
society is good. Last evening a very
pleasant birthday party was given by
Doctor Wlnto m honor f his daughter.
Mis Mary. The evening was spent
vero pleanrutly in singing and card
playing. The following ladies graced
the occasion with their presence, Mes
dame líarnard, Clay, Uoutli. Sills, l'rit.,
Fanchon; Mistes Langliliu, Kunkle,
Fanning and Miss Nettio White. Tho. As
fortunate enough to be present on this
occasion were well pleased and well c-n-tor
tamed by the Doctor and his amiable
family and will always remember it
with pleasure. Miss Mary was present
e 1 with a large number of appropriate
presents. The guests of the evening
wished her many happy years and a
pleasant birthday party each year.
C. A. S.
Kkak Admiral Rouekt 11. Wvman,
who died Saturday, was one of the most
distinguished of our naral ofiicers. He
was born in Mew irauipshirc in 1822.
His earliest service in the navy was in
the Mexican war. lie participated in
the bombardment of Vera Cruz, but
served principally on the west coast.
At the beginning of the war he ranked
only as lieutenant, and did not receive
his commission as captain until
1SC0. During the war he made a
good reputation for gallantry and
ability, lie commanded the Pawnee at
the battle of Fort Royal, but his most
important services were on the Poto
mac and Rappahauannock, while in
command of the Potomac flotilla. For
these services he wu frequently highly
praised in the oilicial dispatchns. In
1S72 he was promoted to be commodore
and later he was made rear admiral.
For several years he was in chargo of
the hvdrographic ofl'tce in Washington,
where his thorough, careful work gave
him an enviable reputation among sci
entists. Conokf.ss assembled on the 4th inst.
and the result of the last election has
put a new phase on the character of
laws to be acto I upon during the few
months yet belonging to this congress..
Two year ago the republican party
went into power under the leadership
of James A. Garliold, with a flourish of
trumpets. It was largely in the major
ity in the lower house and had a clear
working majority in the senate. Two
short years, however, hayo wrought
great changes. What were tho direct
causes of these changes is not easily di
vined. Whether the legislation has
been such as to cause dissatisfaction
among the laboriug classes or whether
the rule of the boses is the hidden
question. Most likely, however, the
iron rule of the bosses in politics was
the cause. For in all the stales where
these rins have been the most relent
less the defeat of tLe republican jmrty
was the most sweeping and thorough.
The majority will now hare to do some
thing to put the wheels of the party in
good running order for the next elec
tion. RED HOT hot Scotch at Rilly's.
To my friends. 1 have gone into the
tailoring business with J. IJ. Allen,
east side of plaza and I will be glad to
see all my old customers and friends.
We arc prepared to do all kinds of
work in our line,
Loi IS IIOLl.EN WAOElt.
TO WHOM IT MAY tOXl'KRX.
Bo it kno-.vn that the original
Little Callao Grocery Store. A.
Dazzi-er, Proprietor, is located
ia Ward c Tarnme's block, 17
Center street i.-6-ira
Nv i the tir.ii t buy what you
need in fancy good at I. t Kikia's,
pt!t:,rc Mí re, u If is closing out Hie
prcetit stoek at a vry low liguro to
make r"i:i for linli.l.iY tx k. lo-itf
Ibr llmnij liana.
l'rof. V. (. Corne l will open his
l.ineini' aeademv at Wyman's hall on
TlnirrdaT afternoon ni i o'clock, for
chihlren. Indar ovtlning'a for adults.
and will commence to git priate les
.mf..r ladies everv afternoon at 2
o'clock, except on '1 iiurdaT's and Sat
iTilavs. 'J'lie classes will be rery select
and no olijei tionitl persons need apply
for"admiMoii. The professor rei'tiesU
that ad tuiptls Unng liancmg alioes.
l or a term of six months, twcle lessons
per couple, ten dollars; single gentle
man, six dollars; single lady, live dol
lars; children four dollars, Holla s or
chestra will furnish music for all the
classed. The money for the term, will
bu deported at 1 line & Schaefier's, and
will not be drawn until It is due. The
nrofessor dors this to show that he is
working in good faith, being a perfect
stranger this is
a very nuerai oner.
There will undoubtedly be
a large at-
Co to J. W . l'eareo for all kinds of
carpenter and repair work, Railroad
avenue. Xo. '.3. 7-0-tf.
The "Little Casino" is the place to
buy iirst-class groceries at bed rock
Prndiic noil Feed Ntore.
(Jraaf & Weil keep the only produce
and feed store on tho plaza. A full
stock of grain, hay and Hour always on
hand in lar lots. Cash paid for wool,
hides and pelts. 4-2-tl
Owing to the obliquity of the eclip
tics, a couple of rooms and board can
be had at the Wooster house at reason
able rates. 12-3-lw
A bonanza for a party with small capi
tal, lor particulars call on n. iv
If. W. WTSAX I .VDKRTiHER.
I keep the best assortment and tho
'arrest uinliTtakcr's sii)ples of crcry
t liiii in sii'.o muí quantitieH. Securing
(ico. r. Miutli, a practical emoalnicr
from Colorado, of Umr experience, per
fected a system of cariii"- for the dead
without ice, producing natural and life
like appearance, and guarantee the
most iierfcct preservation of all bodies
embalmed by us fpr shipment to any
part of the world, .such as has never
been done heretofore. I therefore beg
leave to inform the public generally
that I am prepared to meet the long
felt want of this city, to sell at a rea
sonable price all kinds of nietalic and
wood collins, from tho cheapest to the
lincst. n basement, corner Seventh
and Douglas streets. Orders by telc-gi-ftpli
will receive prompt attention.
i:ys'i:s ron nai.k.
A f pli'iulld Opportunity o Hiij
I will have by the 1st of September in
tho vicinity of Las Vegas 25,000 young
New Mexican ewes for sale. For infor
mation apply to Don Feliciano Gutierre;-
at l'inkerton. J. M, Pekea.
TO MY CUSTOMKIIS AM) THE PUB
I have just returned from the
eastern markets, and my stock is
as complete as any in the city.
I intend to remain in this city,
and do not intend TO SELL AT
COST, but will give my custom
ers and the public in general as
good a bargain as offered any
where, as I will not be undersold.
Remember the Old Reliable Mer
chant, N L. ROSENTHAL,
10-24-tf Railroad Avenue.
Kopp has been
Joliii F. Kopp has been appointed
agent tortne wAzette at L,ake valley-
He will deliver theuapcr to subscribers
ami ("iiicet money due on subscriptions.
To TV lie in it SIh.v Concern.
As a change in the partnership of
Alanvcile, ISnimley iV Co., will take
place on the first of December, all ac
counts in favor of said lirni must be col
lected, and all accounts against the
same should be presented by that date.
MAHWF.de, BltL'MLEY & Co.
Nov. 11, 1882. 11-14-tf.
Herman Meyer, of the Grand avenuo
merchant tailoring establishment, has
secured the services of a iirst-class cut
ter and is now prepared to furnish per
feet fitting garments, made up in tho
most fashionable and artistic manner.
Cleaning and repairing done on short
notice. Giye him a call. 11 23 tf
Garrard k Cunningham
fieal Estate i Live Stock
WE HAVE for sale improved
and unimproved city and Hot
Springs property. City and Hot
Springs property to rent. Cen
trally located business houses
and offices to rent. Ranches and
water fronts in the best stock
raising sections of Mew Mexico
for sale. Horses, cattle and sheep
WE WANT real estate and
live stock all we can get to sell
on fair terms. Bonds, deeds and
contracts carefully drawn. Ac
knowledgements taken and col
All business placed with us
shall have prompt attention.
GARRARD & CUNNINGHAM,
Bridco Street Las Veas N.M.
RANCHES AND STOCK,
13 o els o Oily, Kansas,
JAS. A. LOCKHAHT. Pree.deot.
IUCIIAHO DUNN, Tico Tretideot.
CAPITAL STOCK, S250,000.
RUPE & BULLARD,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS AND MOULDINGS.
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
ing, Oils, Glass, Paints, Plaster Paris,
Cement, Plasterer's Hair and
Delivered to all parts of town by S. N.
Ten thousand dollars to lend on real
estate. Apply lo 11. H. Thornton &
Co., Bridge street. 11-31Í
SOCIABLE DRINKS AT
New line of nobby hats and the best
orershoes in the market at tho Golden
Rula clothing store. Ktmember it is
cheaper to get comfortable clothes
than to pay doctor bills. 11-17-Ct
I have for sale one stock ranch 25,000 acres.
One stock ranch l.0(i0 acres.
One stock ranch. to,uoo acres.
Houses nnl lots in this city.
Warranty deeds jrutinintecd.
H. U. THOKNTOX,
Heal Estate Agent.
3iidge street, Las Vpgnst, N.M.
I""10U SALE A good paying business in I
" center of the eily . liusinegs pays net i
day ten dollars. This is a rare enanco tur a
liarty with tinall capital. Or will trade for
real estate. C..I1 and see for yourself . It. It.
THOKNTOX, Uridirc street.
T. B. MILLS,
Publisher of Miniuií World.
Real Estate, Mining & Insurance
LAND SCRIP, Viz:
Improved Soldiers' Additional Eomesiead
Will buy and sell hinds on his own account
ami on commission, and transact a general
real estate business in all its branches.
Have a larue list of dcsirablo lots for salo at
the Hot Springs, that will bring doublo the
present price asked within one year. New
Mexico is destined to become
The Great Stock, Sheep, Fruit
and Mining Country
of America, and the Hot Springs will bo the
invalid and tourUt resort of the world.
Writo insurance policies on desirable risks
throughout the territory.
Parties desiring information about New
T. B. MILLS,
Las Vegas, N. M,
Oflicc on Bridge street, New Town, near P.O
A. 0. BOBBINS
UNDERTAKING ORDERS PROMPT
LY ATTENDED TO.
Near the Bridge, West La$ Vegat.
EUGENIO HO ME BO TreMurer.
L. H. MAXWrLL. Secretory.
Siding, Ceiling, Floor
NOTARY PUBLIC AND REAL
Sixth Street .... Las Vegas.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
Main street, Half-Way Hill. Telephone con
JTJI T. STANSIFEIl Si MATTHEWS,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
All kinds of contracting done. Thebestof
securities give it.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
LAS EGAS, NEW MEXICO.
JKT SHAVED AT THE
PARLOR BARBER SHOP.
CENTER STREET. - EAST LAS VEUA3
RINCON, ... NEW MEXICO.
EST & TREVERTON,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
Keep constantly on hand the best of lumber,
dressed and in the rough. Contracts will be
taka in and out of town. Shop iu Kast Las
WAGONS & CARRIAGES,
General blacksmithing and repairing, Grand
Avenue, opposite Look hart & Co.
T LAS VEGAS
In Wesche's building.
AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
And District Attorney for the Twentieth Ju
dicial District ef Texas. All kinds of business
attended to promptly.
Ollice: EL PASO. TEXAS.
LaW AND COLLECTION AGENCY,
P. O. Box ;7. Lake Valley, N. M .
Blacksmith and Wagon shop In connection.
HAY AND GRAIN A SPECIALTY.
GLORIETA, . - NEW MEXICO.
AND SIIEET-IRO WARES
and dealer In all k nds of
COOKING ANG PARLOR STOVES
BRIDGE STREET, ... LAS VEGAS
POSTOFFICE. Bridge Street, LAS VEGAS.
pRANK OG DEN,
PI ANING MILL,
LAS VEOAS, - - NEW MEXICO.
All kinds of dressing, matching and turning
done on short notice. Clear native lumber
kept on baud for sale. North of the gas works.
Frank Oodkn, Proprietor.
Conveyancer and collection agent, with A. A.
J. H. Wise, Sumner house block
F. MEREDITH JONES,
U. S. M. Deputy Surveyor.
Surveying Homesteads and Grints solicited.
Office in Marwcde building, near Post Office,
EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
RLAN IX) SM ITH.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All Uinds of machine work done to order
Shp on Moreno street, west of South First
LBERT A HERBEE,
WEST SIDE SIXTH STREET.
East Las fegas.
Fresh Beer always ea Draught. AUo Fine
Cigars and n alakey. Lunch Counter in connection.
Nolle of lU.lll
Th Mrlrwfta!p hTi'f-nitin ! n
II. H Konl.ti aixlJ. II. lu.l. un.l. r the firm
HMnir or ll-irili'ti llall, ron!reftr !
Uiihlrr. lb 1t I ) inutpal cin-iit u lv
rtU It. S. lidien rvtintiir. J A. HU will r..t-
lunir lh lii!HHi ( (br old land N(il J.
lull will (s.ll.il all arss.unu due an I rajan
in'li bti-.ii if fatl tlrm.
R. B iu.rs.
J. A. IJ
I ILas V. fa. K. M.,(VI. II.
ATTORNEY ADD COUNSELOR
Office at Ba.-a BulMina.
JiKTOR T. A. MCKIXNEV.
ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND
OIBr un reslilene on ptucla A vtmic, lie-
lwi-4-n lli su inner ami ft. it lila htrl.
tmtrc boon from 9 Ut 13 a. ni. z to 5 p. in
ami from 7 toe at nlyht.
OSTWICK & WIUTELAW.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Ofllca in First Kat'I Bank Rul'ding,
LA9 Y KG AS. NEW MEXICO.
J ATTORNEYS AT LAW
(Ofllct at Residence)
EAST LAS VEQAS - - - N. M
EO. T. BEALL.
ATTORNEY. AND COUNSELLOR
jJAUCLS D. ALLEN, M. V.,
Las Vegas, N. M.
DISEASES OF WOMEN AND
CHILDREN A SPECIALTY.
Offlice with J. J. FitJ-.gerrell, the lire rom es
At nlifht call at FitzgerreU's residence, no
FRED. G. HENESEY,
Accountant & Expert,
Insurance Broker and Collector.
Books posted and balanced as per agreement,
Inventories of stock taken. Partnership and
complicated accounts Bottled. Insurance
placed in reliable companies. City collections
mado. Room No. 1, Union Block.
Wilson & Martin, Clark A Tweed, Ceoriro
W. Huston, Geo, R Delprat, of Leadvillo;
Samuel C Davis & Co., St. Louis, Mo.: Henry
Mutter & Co., New York; A. O. Hobbius, A.
H. Whit more, L. II, Maxwell, Las Vegas.
Investigator of titles to real essates. Ab
stracts furnished and guaranteed. County
clerk's oiliee, county of San Miguel.
FOR FAMILY USE.
Domestic and Imported Wines
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED
Dr. Richardson's Life Preserver
M. D. MARCUS'.
Notice is hereby Kiven that I, tho under
signed, Henry Hobison, a special muster in
chancery, of the district court of the First ju
dicial district for tho county of Mora, up
vointed by said court, and tho judf?e thereof,
in a decree rendered in a suit in equity, pend
ing before said court, in which Louis Sulz
bacher was complainant, and Mitcria Gregg
and Geo. V . Gretrtr were defendants, for the
purpose of foreclosing' and selling: tho mort
gaged premises hereinafter mentioned, and
for all purposes therewith connected as more
fully appears in tho decree rendered in said
cause. I will, by virtue of said decree, on the
23d DAY OF DECEMBER, 1882.
at the depot at Watrous, eonntyof Mora, and
territory of New Mexico, between the hours of
1 1 o'clock i. ni. mid 3 o'clock p. in., ef sitid
day, sell at public auction, the following de
scribed real estate, lying and being situated in
tho county of Mora, and territory of New Mex
ico, and described as follows : All and singu
lar, the lands known as the "Uregg's tavern,'
and being the premises how (at the dute of
said mortgage) occuniod by said parties of tho
first part (tho defendants) and described as fol
lows: Commencing at a point at the north
east corner f the corral, and running outh to
a stone; from thence to the Sapellorier; from
thence north along said rivir to a point three
hunred yards from the south line of the lot;
from thence west to a stone; from thence
south to a stone.
'1 his description intending to carry as afore
said all of said Gregg homestead garden, and
including all houses, out-houses and other im
provements thereon. And out of the proof eds
of said salo to pay the said complainant, Louis
Sulzbachor, his cotts in this suit and also the
amount of one thousand Ave hundred and
seventy-one dollars and üíty-six cents, found
to be due by said decree, from said defend
ants to said complainant; with interest at the
rate of twelve per cent per annum from the
eighth day of March, eighteen hundred and
eighty-two, and tho surplus arising from said
sale, if any there be, to pay into court.
And if the moneys arising from such sale
aro insufficient to pay the amount so reported
duo to tho complainant, with interests and
costs aforesaid, that the said special master
specify tho amount of said dcllciency in his
report of said sale, and that on the coming in
and confirmation of said report, tho defend
ants, Miteria Gregg and George W. Gregg,
pay to the complainant the amount of such
deficiency with interest thereon, and that tho
said complainant have execution therefor, its
In said decree more particularly set out.
Special Master in Chancejry.
Mora, N. M., November 4, mi.
Earopean Restaurant Stand,
South side of Plaza.
BE3T OF FRESH
BEEF, PORK AND MUTTOfl
always on hand.
IIARLET J. KENDRICK.
LAS VEGAS IRON WORKS.
T. O. jAJDILaOIST db SON'S
Foundry and Machine Shop
' In runtiiDa ordt-r, an-1 h in flrt-'lmarhlnTT,
n.-tU' aul ilrii-a, Tbnr Mi bnu-
Mill ANQ Milling"
A fpwlalijr and will IiuikI and r-plr 'U-m rnrinf-s pumpa, purria. bHtipcri. hart!ni, iw-
lux niauilrvlia, boxea, no., ric. All aiinu en iron lunnnf, iruif, umij an-i
boll culling. Tbc.r
FOTJiTDK'X" WILL 3sCA.K:E
Window 8I!! and Capa,
ftnlr and lUhifU r.
In fact mule arythliii of cast Iron, ülve
Cash Paid For
EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M.
MRS. M. A. MAXWELL, Proprietress.
Tbis house Is brand new and has been cli'jrnntljr furnlchi-d thmuirhont. The Suiiumt n
flrst-class bouse in rvwry respect, undirursts will l0 ciilertulnod In the In-st possible inamirr
and at reasonable mtes.
F. L. HIÑE, O. (1. .SCHAEEEK
Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles and Perfumery,
lticr!ptiont Carefully Compounded at All Hour, Bay and Night.
SAMUEL B. WATROt'S
Cattle, Hay, Grain, Flour and Town Lots,
Consignments of Freight and Cattle from, an
Rail Koad Depot. Good Roads from Red River
to vrairoilB. .igui7-nin mura.
VALLEY DINING HALL
It. bUablc in Las Vegaefor tho money. Good bar in connection.
A FIRST CLASS LAUNDRY,
Where washing will be done promptly for a most moderate price.
Chas. Melendv. Proprietor.
At FIT rent vr iiinsn nt
E AND SELECli 0 WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
A Pleasant Place for Louu.
take a "smile" as you pa s.
Good Accommodations and
rsfi & iw jr3K nan pmi susl Esaa a H S ccsaa aa
fW W rrRaa M m& i-Xl it BBS
A. PAUL CRAWFORD, Proprietor.
South West Cor. Plaza. West Las Vega.
Board $2 per day; $6 per week; $24 per month,
ears passtho oor every ten minutes.
We have now on hand and will continuo to re
ceivo thin season, all th delicacies that
the OHstorn market nHords. We can
not enumerate all our larjre and
varied stock, bu t. will Mention
H few we receive twice per
week. All kinds of for
eign ami eastern Sau
EF.LM. IIKIIRINGS, ETC., ETC.
We have one car-load of
CALIFORNIA TABLE FRUITS,
Jellies and Jams; aleo Imported preserves,
Saneen of nil kinds, 01ies, Catsup, hnjj
lish and French Mustards, French Can
dies, and in'fact we have the largest
and lincst stock of staple and
In the city.
Our priecsaro an low an tho low
est. As for our
BREAD and CAKES
This market has licon so often deceived
with imitations of It that we need say nolhlr'ir
more than that vo sivo you LEON'S OWN
HKEAD, hi ounces lo a loaf, and our CreHin
Bread is one pound and nine ounces to each
MRS. J, B. BAKER & CO.,
Fancy Co od,
28 SIXTH STREET.
have opened one of the fir. est stocks of Fancy
Goods in the market.
Their stock consists of ladies' furnlshln(r
goods, embroideries, zephyrs, Gennantown
yarns and fancy sup plies,
Miss L. Boughton la associated In tbo milli
nery and dressmukJipg dcoartmcnt
rill do all w rk In tb-(r In c, W, I
b"P will u kf
Motp Cralf, Rark,
bl"T , I.ld, 1 ra-,
Etc., Etc., Tic
ibera call and e moiiry an I U-j.
O ld Cast Iron.
RJtfl 1 K3223
JOSEPH B. WATUOU3
- NEW MEXICO
lor the Red River Country, received at Wntroua
via Oljruln 1I1U. Dletaanct from Fort Bancom
Choice m .wis of Winnes and
P. J. fclARTf'S
-ien to Congregate. Stop m and
J. F. BOWLES, Prop.
Board by tho day, week or month. tUn e'
G. ST. DENIS,
ARE rilKPARED TO FILL ALL OnPUItS Kf)K
Soda, Sarsaparilla, Ginger, Rasp
berry, and Seltzer
ON SHOUT NOTICE.
Main Street. Zion Hill.
How Open lo the Public
Day Hoarders, $7.(0 per week. Transients
from f3.SU to $1.00 per (lay.
Suits of rooms, parlors with bed rooms at
tached, can tie obtained at f l.UU per day. Front
room at f :i.(X) per day.
Firstclassin all its Ap-oointments
MRS. S. B. DAVIS, Proprietress,
LasVeeas - - New Mexico.
VAN R. KELSO,
Wholesalo Iiealer In
OYSTERS and FISH
RATON. N. M.
E. A. FISKK. a. L. WAUUEX.
FISKE & WARREN,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law, Santa Fe.
N. M., will practice in tbo supreme and all
district courts In tho Territory. Sp
ilso to Bran-
tion tiren to corporation cases : al
Ish aid Mexlcaa grants and uniteü (states min
ing and other land litigatioa before the courts
and United Status executive officers.