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Las Veo?s Daily Ga?ette.
SATITIíUA V. SKI'TEMDKR 25, 1880 SAN MIGUEL AFFA BROS., GRAND VIEW HOTEL, NATIONAL BANK A. T. &. S. F. RAILROAD TIME TABLE STA'I ION? La Junta I iinpa-i. Irou Spri.iKn Thaiclier tíliC HoL'hue Trinidad j Stark vlllc. !.'!." Merlcy South Sidlnjc. . North Siding... Last. Raton S OltTO... Maxwell Uoraev Spriiipiy- (joule Wugon Mounil.. Tlpton Wiitrous Homero Us V gas Sulzbachor Bernal Pocos Fulton Kinsman Glorieta Manzanares tüallstoo Juuct'n j Santa Fe To Albuquerque. Ualiatvo .... Ortiz Calrlllo Wallaco Algodones lienmlillo Al'.iii(iierquo : a . m. :." :0l .ra :40 :0í :3.", , :KS :1S :S1 :12 :01 :1U 8! :1U JA) ::; :10 :01 :23 :!U :30 :1 :7 31 57 27 r8 7 5.", or. 05 2o i. m, on 21 or. 44 50 :t 4ii a. 2:40 2:01 7:1K 12:28 12:0(i 11:40 12:25 10:58 10:29 ):40 9:51 9:00 8:35 8:1H 7:41 7:07 0:21 6:47 4:50 4:23 3:27 2:5(! 3:20 ' 1:34 1:11 12:51 12:17 11:51 11:21 10:40 9:57 9:50 9:38 8:30 9:30 a. 8:44 8:14 7:29 (i: 41 C:0(! 5:00 tltranch to Santa Fe. Trains meet nt AVatrons an l (Une here. All lrnlRht lor the North or South must ue delivered at tlic depot at 4 y. m. local timo, tho causo of this is that freight cannot be hill ed to go by next day traius. Tho Adams Kxpreas office will be open from S until 2. C. P. IIOVEV. Agent. Us Vegas. Clmrcli Notices. CVIUOL1C CHURCH. -Order of services onSnndav: First Mass, 0;30 a. ra. ; High Mass. 9 a. m. Vespers at 3 p. m. Week days: Low .Mass at C ). in . M. Coddkrt, Parish Priest. iioiixxUuf. F.msconnl Clinrch. Service every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. Sabbath School at 3 p. m. I). W. Calfee, Pastor. Parsonage adjoining the church. Irbytcriiti Churcli Morning and evening services 11 : 00 A. M. and 8: 00 P. M. Sunday school nt 9 45 A.M. Pastor, Rev. J. ;. Eastman lobe found at his residence im mediately adjoining the CUurclu SI. Paul'N Episcopal Church, Rev. H. Forrester and Rev. 1. A. San ford. Services every Sunday at 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Sun day School at 3:30P. M. All are cordially in vited. Firsl Baptist Clinrch. Services at 11 a. m, and 7:30 p. in. Sabbath school 2 p.m. All re cordially invited to attend our services. Place of meeting in tho bni'.ding adjoining .Talla Bros. Store on the north. Rov. M. H. Murphr, pastor. CHAPMAN I-odRe No. 2 A. V. S A. M j meets on the Wednesday of each month be fore the full ol the moon at tho Masonic Hall, Central Street, between Sonth 2d and 3d Strts. J. 11. Kooglcr, Sec'y. LAS VEHAS I.oUire No. 4. I. O. O. F. meets every Thursday evening nt 7 o'clock harp. Visitiiiii brothers are cordially invited. THOMAS GARTRKLL, X. G. T. RrTKN'iiKCic, Secretary. .Mail Arrncinents. The Fost-Offlec wil be opened daily, except Sundays, Irom 7:30 a. m., until 8. r. m. Sundays, one hour after the arrival ol each mail. KAalern Mall. Leaves Offlce at 11:30 a. m. Arrives at 3:30 ra., Western Mall. Arrives at 12 a. m. Leaves at 2 p. m. Pecos Mail. Arrives at 8 A. m., leaves at 8 M. i inita, Indian Terr'y and way Mail. Airiv- a 7:30 a.m., leaves at 3:30 r, m. .tl-oru Mall . Ler. ves Friday at 8 A. m., arrives Saturday at H p. m. Low Alamos, Joya I.arga, I.oma Parda and VI Union Mail.--Leaves Tuesday at a. ii ., arrives Wednesday 8 r. St. T. F. Chapman; Postmaster. A Backwotds View of the Tiolet. A popular Macon Minister recently spent the night thirty miles below Americas with a backwoodsman, whose house consisted of only two rooim. The family, however, consist ed ot twenty-one, though, owing to a dance in the neighborhood, only sev enteen of the children were at home. The minister spent the night with the farmer uud seven sons in one room, while the old lady and ten daughters occupied tho other. Iu the morning a junior member of the family, in res ponce to an application for a wash bowl, brought him an old tin pan, and after the face toilet was completed, hunted up about seven teeth of au old tucking comb for him to arrange his hair with. During the progress ot this important ceremony the fol lowing conversation took place: "Mister, do you wash every morn ing?" "I do." "And comb your hair, too?" "Ves." "Well, don't it look to you some times like you is a heap of trouble to yourself?" Macon Telegraph. When a year ago, Chief Victory learned that the Americans had put him. in a dime novel, he imme diately went on the war path, and is now shedding the blood of tho pale faces to wipe out tho insult. He didn't mind beiug robbed by Indian agents, but the dime novel outrage was too much. Xorr. Herald. GuaymasÍ3 said to be very quite at present. Tho railroad company pur chased a very fluo half block for $1,000 coin, and considerable properly has changed hands at correspondingly low figures. On a rcccht moonlight evening a Xarragansett l'icr there was only au average of a man and a half to thir teen females, and every female drop ped her fan ifnd handkerchief as often M possible. Freo Press. OF LAS VEGAS. Ii-A-S VEGAS. 2.T- HUT, JACOB GROSS, MIGUEL A. OTERO, . Cashier. President. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $200,000. PAID UP CAPITAL, $.-,0,000. DinECTORSi Mi'iK'l A. Otero, Joseph Koseuwald Emanuel Itosenwald Jncoli Gross. Andres Sena, Lorenzo Lopez. David Wintcrnltf.. KOSENWALD'S BUILDING, Does a general banking business. Drafts for sale on the principal cities of Great Britian and Continent of Europe. Correspondents solicited Eagle Saw Mills AND i -r.y r. KOMEKO& WOOITEN,: 1MB PEH THOUSAND. their Lamtter Yard, tit the planning Millo JOiaia B. Wooten, -ca- fiSTLcave your orders at the store of "T. Romero Breve.. & Son. Las Vegas. . New Mkx NEW STORE!, SEW GOODS! Wm. Gillerman, lias opened a stock of MERCHANDISE, at Fori Mascom. New Mexico, A Full Assortment in every line which will be sold at Las Vegas Prices, Freight Added. THE WHITE" l The lightest running machine in the world. Almost Noiseless. New and in Per fect Order. WM. II. II. ALLISON, EAST LAS VEGAS, LAS VEGAS AND MAIL áHD EXPRFSS UP 0". XI. TEATS, Fro. ItunS daily via La Liendre. Clianerito. Gain linscoin. Passencers and Exnrcss mattfr carri!'l toar.v point on the most reasonable terms . (100-ly -A.. IB Stands on the OU FounriatioBi "STONE" T3Uiijr)Eri., FAIICTTEIl, CONTIlAOTOn . LAS VEGAS. N. M. ershandise. nn liiil EAST AND WEST LAS VECA Having received a Sarge stock oí E VEr Y TSilG, and houghl as low as cash will buy goods, they mo now prepared to offer their customers and boyero generally BETTER !IiDÜQEfBSEOT8 THAFJ EVER . BEFORE. having established a Branch House in East Las Vegas gives the people on the East Side the advantage of SAVING TIME AfJD E&OEUEY for purchasing their goods. Please caí! and EXAMINE OUR GOODS mD PRICES heioro purchasing else where, JAFFA BROS. LOTS FOR SALE! At the new town of Watrous. formerly known as La Junta. X. M.. or La Junta R. R Depot. The location is well known , a beautiful valley, rich farming country well supplied with yraterfor Irrigation auu all other purposes. Natural good roads leading in every direction to its large surrounding agricultural and gra zing country. Groodl Business IPoixxt A good business point, second to none in New Mexico. All it needs is n few live, stirring bu mess mea and nothing will Hinder it progress, iryit. ineit. it. aepoi win do inreaiiine es receive and deliver freight here for all points surrounding. Liberal inducements will begiv en business men. S. B. Watkous & Son. La Junta, X, M cBdDIAlLlID. WHOLESALK AND RETAIL IZvaler in ILiqiior V Cigars. Sole agent in New Mexico SAM'L.WAINWEIGHT & CO.'S Celebrated Bottled AY. Louis Beer LAS VEi.AS, NEW HEXHJO T. B. MILLS. WALTER C. HADLEY SLLS& HADLEY, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS, EXCHANGE BUILDING. Issues Policies in tlw following Companies. .ETNA LIKE, OF II AlMTOUn, CONN, TliA VKLKiiS' LIKE AND ACCIDENT IIAIUKOÜD HUE IIAMIiUUG MADGEKUHG KMIiE ST. I'aUL KIUE AND MA KINK GEKMAN-AMKK1CAN KIKE, '.;' NEAV VOKK CONTINENTAL KIKE, OK NEW YOKIC ( ONNECTICCT KIKE, OK II.VKTKOKI) KIKE ASSOCIATION, OK PHILADELPHIA HOME INSURANCE" CJ (MPANY. OF COLUAUJCS, OHIO. MERCANTILE. M AKIN E Kl RE, OK IiOSTON STAR KIKE'I NsU RANOE COMPANY, OK NEW YORK.. UNION INSURANCE C.OMPANY OK I'lIIEADELPIII A , . . CAPITAL 97,000,000 " .(,000,000 " 3,359,000 lS.ftOO.OOO ' ' 1 ,000,000 " 2,roo,ooo " 3.2.50,000 i;f.eo,ooo " 4,500,000 " 1,000,000 " 1,000,000 " S00.000 ' ' 500,000 Risks Written Throughout the Territory. 9 Co., WHOLESALE A.ÜSTID Comoiissioo Merchants LAS VEGAS, SEW MEXICO. Full Line of General Merchandise Orders from Southern Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona solicited. Satisfaction Gaaranted. WÍER FRIEDMAN & BRO., DEALERS IN WOOL, HIDES, PELTS AND FÚRS, CARRIAGES & BUQ-GIES, E,as Vegas, icw Mexico. SV9AROARITO ROMERO. -DEALER IN- GOODS SOLD STUICTLY Foil CASH AND AT A SMALL TIIOFIT. HRANC II STORE, LA CUESTA, N.M. LAS YEG-ASJST M Dr. J. H. Sntiin Frop'r. The L'es! Accommodations in the Territory. FBEE BUS To .mn FRO ILL, THE TR.1MJTS. J. EOSENWALD CO ' ha.: , V" ;7 andlfeil -DEALER IN eerl Merchandise and Outfitting Goods. Gool Ilides, Pelt and Produce generally bought, for Cah or exehaagtd at market prices. SAINT NICHOUS HOTEL LA S V KG a S. NE W MEXICO. T. FCH.lPmn.lJY. Proprietor, J. J. 8a it ford, Hanasrer, Will be kept as a First-Class Hotel. Providing a good .table, good attention; fine Wines, etc- The Traveling Public are cordially invited Tlio St. 3STi.ola.olf, Hotel, Ija Vegaa, rJ". JWX. BRJ3. ST. vRADt3 WHOLESALE and UKTA1L DEALER IN (General Merchandise. MORA and WATEOUS, N. M. t Svcial Inducements to Cash Buyers. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER In General Merchandise and Outfitting Goods, North Side of Plaza, Las Vegas, N. M. T Special inducements to Cash Buyers, as I sell no goods on time. Browne & Manzanares WHndDIilESAIilE (&m(0ciEiia, FOEWA-EIDIlTa- -A K D- omiiiisf mi MéreOtainf s Las Yeiasl JVew flexfa \n\n nas, Cabra, La Cinta, nn IIiln.rio.and Fori