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Las Veg's Dailv Gazette THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10,1880. A. T. L S. F. RAILROAD TIME TABLE Wist. 1: i. I,a Junta Timpas Iron Spring.. Thaclu-r Knrl e Hothnc Trinidad j ;;;;; Starkvllle Merlcv South Siding. . Nortli SliliiiR... I ------ Olero Maxwell Dorsev Springer O cute Wairon Mouinl Tipton ! Wat rous Romcrd .r.as vega j Sul.bacher Ilernal Peco Fulton Kinpunn Glorieta , Manzanares JGallsteo Junct'n j Santa Fe To Albuquerque. Ualistuo .... Ortiz ialrlllo Wallace Aljjsilones Hi't-milillo Albnquerquo 12:20 a. l:2ti 3:4U 4:(H 4 :X; 4 :.VI f:i: 6::il 0:12 flll 7:11 7:22 7::i 8: It! 8:f0 !):.'!; 10:)(l 11:01 1 1 :.'It 12:23 I2:.M 1:30 1:51 2:.'i7 2-r.7 3:81 :!:r.7 4:27 4:58 5:47 B:.V, fi:0.'i 7 :03 6:20 p. 7:06 7:3fi 8:21 n:0fi 1:44 10:50 :i vi a. in. 2:40 . t:M I 7:1 12:2.1 I2:0ti i 11:40 12:2.'. '10:29 9:40 fl:M 9:00 ' 8:3.1 8:18 7:41 7:07 0:21 5:47 4:.V. 4:23 3:27 2:.V 2:20 1:51 1:11 12:51 12:17 11:51 11:21 Il0:4(i !):57 !):50 !):.18 8:30 0:30 a. 111. 8:44 8:14 7:20 (:44 6:0K 5:00 Albuquerque to San Marcial. "Stations. I North, U: 10 a ra, :;13 I :S8 2:32 1:10 South !l:3' p m 10:27 10:54 1 :08 a m :'W North and swutli passenger trains make close connections at Galistoo Junction for Santa Fe. tnrancli to Santa Fe. TrainB meet at Watrous and iline here. All freight for the North or South must be delivered at the depot at 4 p. m.-loral time, the cause of this is that freight cannot be bill ed to go bv next ilay trains. The Adams Kx reus oíhce will be oj.en from until 2. C 1'. HOVEV. Agent. Las Vegas. A Game of Ppker. ana youth replied with the appalling 'raise' of $750, m:ikiu: a thousaud i dollar due by tin; gentleman whose substitute he was. The old planter was nearly startled out of his feat by this bet. He thought that his young friend was playing very rashly, but of course, as he had studied his prin cipal's game, which was a rather close and prudent one, he must have a hand that could beat "Jack lull."' so he forfeited $250 aud retired from the contest. His youu adversary, having lúa attention drawn oil' by a friend sitting by him as he hauled in the stakes, imprudently left his cards on the tabic turned down. . The tempta tion was too great for the excited father-in-law of the most promisiug young man in the 6tate, and he took a quiet peep at his victor's hand. Great was his disgust and horror to discov er that he had but two sixes! One of the first duties of the old planter was to address a letter to his daughter, to notify her U at h.r lover was not the young man whom he or she imagined, and that all idea of mar rying him must be discarded. NEW STORE! NEW GOODS! Wm. Gillerman, lias opened a stock of ERAL MERCHANDISE, ni a scorn Ofatormer member of the Louisi- Legislaturc, who was killed in the Confederate army during the war, the New Orlcaus Democrat tells this story : Endowed with all the quali ties to attract the attention of young ladies, he had been very successful in the courtship of (he daughter of a wealthy 6Urar planter, who was also a member of the Legislature. The watchful parent, being much interes ted in the character and habits of the young aspirant for his daughter's hand, instituted a very thorough scrutiny about him. lie had become very favorably impressed with his merits as a man who would do honor to his family and be a safe and prud ent administrator of the large proper ty which his daughter would receive at his own death. The young man. knowing how closely he was watched, conducted himself so as to deepen this impression and satisly his ex pectant father-in-law that he was free from the vices of the youth of the period. He kept away from his old companions who were of doubtful re pute, and indignantly denounced all conviviality, gambling, &c. Now, it happened that after the ad journment of the Legislature at Bat on Rouge, when the members were returning home, some of the rich sug ar-plauters organized a quiet little game of poker oü the 6teamboat. Of this party was the expectant father-in-law of the gallant young member from New Orleans. Though a quiet, this was regarded by the lookers-on, as a big game, each of the players having a hundred thousand dollars or more to play on. The bets, therefore were pretty high and the game quite a lively one, aud largo 6ums changed hands, without in the least disturbing the equanimity of the players. At last, reaching his plantation, one of the players, having to go ashore to superintend the shipment of a large amount cf sugar and molasses, turned to the young member from New Or leans aud asked him to take his seat and play off his chips until he return ed. The young member pretended he knew nothing of the game, lie had been looking on', thought he under stood its leading points, but wouh piav wiui great uuuuence. "Uli, re plied the planter, "play it boldly; I'll tana an your oets, ana pay up; our losses." Under these instructions the youu man played several rounds with great prudence, mcreusiug his principal's pile. As the game proceeded, havin made a small venture at blull, the in noccut young gentleman was startled by the terrible response of his cxpectaut father-in law who made a raise of $250.00. He was really n very plucky, combative and adventu rous youth. He be driven out by so formidable a '"raise" and to stand so palpable a bluff. His young friends would laugh at him, and even his futuro father-in-law would think less of him if he permit ted himself to be backed out in that ignominious manner. So, after a very close inspection of hii hand, tha rah A Full Assortment in every line which will be sold at Las Vegas Prices, Freight Added. SAN M I QUEL NATIONAL BAN! OF LAS VEGAS, XjLS VEGAS, - 3T- JVE, JACOB GROSS, Cashier. MIGUEL A. OTERO, President. AUTHOKIZED CAPITAL, $200,000. PAH) UP CAPITAL, uih.:eoi,g:e.3! Miguel A. Otero, Joseph liosenwaW, Emanuel Kesenwald Jacob Gross. Andres Sena, Lorenzo Lopez. David WinterniW. $:(i,üoo. 110 S EN WALD'S BUI L D IN 0 , )oes a general banking business. Drafts for sale on the principal cities of Great Britiau and Continent of Europe. Correspondents solicited. it AND lilis -BY UOMKUO & WOO 1'1'EjN , JAFFA DEALERS IX iBilBii ! i GRAND VIEW HOTEL, LAS VEG-AS, N. M. Dr. J. H. Sutfin, Prop'r. E.1STÁ WESTLi8 T9EG.1$. Having rccCiiVO-J a ;;;.:'o .;uc o' L. 'zm fm TUMQ3 and boughs as Sow as cash will buy goods, they are eiovv prepared to offer their customers and buyers generally BETTER INDUCEMENTS THAN EVER BEFORE. Having established a Branch House in East Las Vegas gives the people on the East Side the advantage of SAVING TIME AND tiftQtlEY for purchasing their goods. Please caí! and OUR OOODS AND PilEGEB befaro purchasing else where, " JAFFA BROS. The Best Accommodations that can be found in the Territory. FEEE BUS To vl FROMrfULM, THE TR.IMW. J. GRAAF & CO. RESTAURANT AND C1T Fresh Brew?, flakes ami Fies of ail kind, WH.OLKSAf.ri AND IIK'IAIL. GROCERIES, TOBACCO ATO Confectioneries, Fruits, etc, etc., etc. SAINT NICHOLAS HO TO 1DJJ SAMUEL J".. WATKOU-S MEXICO G, ;fii & DKAPEUS 1N- ,)osi;m B. WATROUS. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. T. F. C1I.1P.1L1J Proprietor J. J. aniort, Manager. lfHl be kept as a First-Class Hotel. Provding a good table, good attention, fine Wines, etc The Traveling Public are cordially invited. TMxo Sit. Miolxolas Hotel, Xias Vegas, TVX. Browne & Manzanares, WHOLESALE GrEOCEES, PORWARDIUG AND por luí Ism i 1 Cattle, Hay, Grain, Fiour, Town CoiiRkiiments of Freight un.l Catilo lor and from I he Kel Wvcr Country Convoye! at Wntroiis Bail Road Depot. Goo.l Roads from Red River via Algún ill. UUt anco, from Fort Bascom to Watvuuc miles. WHOLE; ÍA LP. AND JIETAIL V igarst COMMISSION MEEOHANTS LAS VEGAS, 1ST. HUH. Rfl. ST.VRAIW, Wholcsal and Ketnil Dealer In vm THOUSAND. Their r.wml)r Yurd, at thu planning Mill of B. (ÜP'J-ieave your orders ut luí! store of T. Homero Bro's., & Sou. LasVkuas. - Nkw Mexico. "THEWHITE" SAM'L.WAINWKIGUT d VO.'ci Celebrated Bottled XI. Louis Beer. LAS VEUAS, NEW MEXICO. M. BRUNSWICK Wholesale and Rutail Dealer in 'kv.V. m lixiifll General Lei chanclise -O -AND- OUTFITING GOODS, Las Vegas, Mew Mexico General Merchandise, Mora and Watrous N. M. Special Inducements to Cash Buyers. J. ROSEJSrWALD & CO, Ijas Vegas, 3XT . detail DEALEIt IN : '. v .. - - -- The lightest running machine in the world. Almost Noiseless. ' New and ill Ter l'cct Order. WM. IT. II. ALLISON, JSAST l,AS VEGA3. :the: G-reat mpo in xxx OF Charles Iff eld. Xorth side of S.uarc, Lax Vejas, and branch store at La -fa, General Merchandise and Outfitting Goods. Wool Hides, Pelt and Produce generally boti'jht. for Cash or erehana-d a market prices. ALFRED B- SAGER, ATTORNEY A.' J.1 LAW Dold'sBuildin. LAS VEGAS, - - K. M -DEALER IN- GOODS SOLD STlilCTLT FOR CASH AND AT A SMALL PROFIT. WXANCH STORE, LA CUESTA, N.M. lero, elBar & (Co WHOLESALE ran i ommission iviercnants LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. Full Line of General Merchandise Orders from Southern Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona solicited. Satisfaction Gauranted. t \n\n liatón Albuquerque,.. Las Lunas Helen Socorro an Marcial. ... MERO.