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.SUNDAY. XOVKMBEI! 28, 1880. liurcli Xotlcm. "lATHol.H: CIU'IUTI. -Order of servir. onSundav: first Mass, H;.'10 a. m. Hiiíh Md, ta. m.; pi1't nt i . ni, cok flays I.OW MllM t C . HI. J. M. Col'DEItT, 1'ai-inli I'rlt'Ht 1311 SUYTEIMAN CUTllCH. West Las I eíis. crv ice every nni v at II a. m uinl 7 p.m.. Sabbath School at lt:4.'i a. ni. Iíkv .1 . Eastman. I'aatnr To !' found at the Parsonage adjoining the Chur-h. si. In ill's 1'iiiNCOiittl Cliiirrli, Iifv. II Forrester muí Kcv. 1. A. Manlortl. Services every Sunday it II A. M. ami 1. M. Sun lay School hi ::::uiP. M. All are cordially In vlted. l!f(liiilit I'.DisroiiRl Church. Scrvlci i vrrv snnilav al 11 a. m. and 7 . ni. Salilmth fMl at 3 . m. ! W. Callee, I'astor Parsonage adoininr the church. I Irwl Itititlitti ( liiirrli. .services at 11 a. ni and 7::io i. in. Sabbath school i ii. m. All nre cordiallv Invited to attend our services l'liice til" ineeliiiR in the liuiMinir adjnininjr .latía llrua. M.nre on the north. Kev. M. 11 Muriihv, imator. IIAIVH .V. I.ofliie No. 2 A. K. A j meets on iliu Wednesday of each moiilh be liieiheiuli ol the moon ut the Masonic Mall ''entra I Street, between south id and 3d strts, 1. 41. Knoulcr. Sec'v. r AH V !'! AN l.Oflire No. 4. I. O. O. F I J meets every Thursday evening at "o'clock urn. isitinii iirotnera are coroiim v invited THOMAS UARTRELL, X. G. T. 1ÍUTEXWKCK, Secretary. Hull A rran tremen I. The Post-Olliee wil bo opened daily, excent Sundays, Irotn 7:30 a. m.. until 8. r. m. Sunday, ouo hour alter the arrival ol each mail. Kftttern .Unit. Leaves Ollice at 11:30 a Arrives at :!:.io p m., Western Mail. Arrives at 12 a. m. Leaves al 2p.m. I'eeoH Mail. Arrives at S a. m., leaves at 8 ... w. Vinitn, Indian Terr'y and way Mull. Arrives ii' iMUA.m., leavca at ;i:.wp.m Mora Mall . Lci.ves Friday at 8 a. m., arrives Saturday at p. m. I.oh A I ii ni oh. Joya I.ai'jn, l.ntim I'anlii ami ft 1'iiion Hail. Leaves Tuesdiiv at 0 a. h., arrives Wednesday 8 p. m. T. F. Ciiai'man; Postmaster St N h LEL Oklahoma Raid. J. M. Steele, treasuvcr oí' the Oklaho ma company, was recently interviewed ' in regard to the proposed raid on the In dian lerntorv: ;' What is the state of affairs at Wichi ta?" asked the reporter. "Well,'" said Steele, "everything is icady, and on the Ota oí December (Í, 1)00 men will enter the territory from various points in Kanaas, Texas and Wichita. They will enter in small squads and meet at a place of rendez vous already selected." "Ai e all preparations made?" "Yes. The men who first enter will carry with them materials for building houses, hotels, etc., and they will be pro vided with printing p' esses, cattle and all necessaries." "Do you anticipate, any opposition?" "The few government troops there may attempt to remove some of the reo ple, but they cannot remove thtm al. As iastas they are put beyond the line they will go back again. Within a week from the first move more than 20,000 persons will have settled in Oklahoma. What can the few troops stationed there do with such a number? Wichita, when I left, was full of men provided with all neces saries for settlement. Most of them are from the north. There are a few from Arkansas. We do not covet these latter, but they will do to start the govern ment." Steele will proceed to Washington with the rest of the committee in a 'few days. If he finds that his services are not re quired there, he will immediately return to Wichita and enter the Territory on the day mentioned. He is confident that Congress will accede to the committee's request, and says that before that hotly is ready to act more than 25,000 men will have taken possession. The day origi nally set for the movement was the 25th of December, but the ditto has been ad vanced, probably with a view to head oft' opposition. Steele says that even should the Government refuse to accede to the colony's request for protection, it will not attempt to remove the settlers, as that wauld be in direct violation of the Constitution. NATIONAL BANK OF LAS VEGAS. HIT- 1L JACOB CROSS, lanhiur . MIGUEL A. OTERO, Preui'icnl, AUTHORIZE!) CAPITAL, $00,000. PAID UP CAPITAL, $5C,tXM DIR.ECTOnS Mijrucl A. Otero, Joseph Rosenwald, Emanuel Kosenwald Jacob Cross. Andres Sena, Lorenzo Lopez. Iiavid Winterniu. IIOSKN WA LD'S PUI LDING, Does a general banking business Drafts for sale on the principal cities of Great Britian and Contin.cn ' ol Europe. Correspondents solicited. .A.. IB, STOHSriEJ Stamls oil the Olil Foundation 99 PAIKTTEIl, sp-A-SPzaniujiJO, CONTRACTOIl LAS VEGAS, N.M. NEW STORE! GOODS! Wm, Gillerman, Has opened a stock of GBUBEAL MERCHANDISE, at Fort ISascom New Mexico. A Full Assortment in every lino which will be sold at Las Vega Prices, Freight Added. sagie sa AND Mills AIM). -BY- HO.MF.KO& WOOiTKNv 6 i u i i Á J Hiding 200 Miles Beneath a Union Pacific Railroad Car, John McManu-, the man returned this city on Sunday to answer the eharge of shooting" dead Uerueard licilly, at the Fifih Ward Democratic Convention, in December last, said yesterday that he had got really tired of (ramping t round out west, lie says that li tiding San Francisco a poor place to get employment he concluded to come Eastward, and having no money to ray fare had io "heat the trains." Unco on the Union Pacifiic railroad he traveled 200 miles by hanging on to (lie woodwork around t lie break beneath the car, and when lie reached the station where lie was discovered his muscles were so stitlVu etl that he could scarcely releas him self. He underwent niaiiy privations while away and is apparently glad io get back, 'it i said his friends hope, to secure his acquit al on the grounds of the contradictory nature of the testimony against him before the Coroner and of the fact of the find ing of a number of pistols in the vicinity of tho hall where the fight occurred. Philadelphia Time?. A farmer near Peoria, 111., has lath fully kept avow, made in 1800, not to cut his hair or shave until the election of a Democratic President. His name is John Shepherd. He keeps his hair in braids ami his whiskers reach almost to his waist. John will now have the pleasure of combing and caring for his longitudinal locks for at least four years longer. Indeed, many would regard it as a pitty it he did not carry Ins capil THOUSAND. rhelr Lumber Yard, at the plaiiiihijí Mi!'. I SOhsa B. Wootcn, t:n XTA'.&(i your orders at the store ol T. Homero Bro's., & Sou. asVkcjas, - - New Mexico. 66 THE WHITE" wmmi The lightest running machine in the world. Almost Noiseless. New and in Per fect Order. WM. II. II. ALLISON, BAST LAS VEUA8 $100 Reward for Tom Demi. The above reward will be paid by tho Mors County stock Grower- Association of Mora Co. New Mexico, lor iho arrest and delivery to the proper authorities nt Mora Ununtv Jail of TOM DEAN alias TuM CUMMINGS, from Amienta, lied Kiver, N. M ., for stealing cattle. Dcnn when last heard from was at ono of the Narrow Guapee Hail Hoad cninp nt liio Arriba county, Now Mexico. A STANDING UK W A III) IE RED. or m i or- For tlm arrest and conviction of any THIEF who ha stolen Stock from any member of tho Mora Couuty Stuck Growers Association, and $100 REWARD larv ornanienta nnrl nrmon,Ws fn l.;a ' . ",.,i1.h0 P? !Í r,,r líHtioi, which will lcd if O ", mu conviction oi isuyers or Stolen Stock. grftVf?. 510CK dKf VVJkKS ASSOCIATION, Y O R LDFE Should be Insured in a Reliable Company ! The expense i ho small that you will not feel (ho tax. We can accomtno date you with any of the most approved plans. You should insure against AOOIDBNTS. In the Travelers Insurance Company, Pledging you any a.im from 1,000 to '810,000 in case of death and from 5 to $50 a week in case of bodily injuries. WE REPRESENT THE BEST FIRE INSURANCE $30,000 PAID IN LATE FIRE. 813,000 IN HOT SPRINGS FIRE. Combined Capital over $30,000.000. Losses Paid over $100,000,000. MILLS & HADLEY, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS GRAND VIEW HOTEL, IiAS VEGAS, 3V. UVE. JDJRj. J. EE. PBOP'B The Best Accommodations that can be found in the Territory. . J. GrRAAF & CO., Restaurant & City Bakery ALL KINDS OF FRESH BRF.1I), C1KES and PIES wholesale: and kktail GROCERIES, TOBACCO ARID CSCARS Confectioneries, Fruits, etc, etc., etc. Las Vegas, - - Xew Mexico. SAMUEL It. WATUOrS. JOSEPH B. WATROU3. . UB. Watrous & on.9 -DEADEUS IN- GEN L Cattle, Hay, Grain, Flour, Town Lots, WATROUS, EU. Consignments of Freight and Catile lor and from the Red River Country Convoyed at Watrous Kail Road Depot. Good Roads from Red River via Algtin Hill. Dlst anco from Fort Itascom to Watrous Smiles. 00 TO THE CENTRAL DRUG STORE ! For Fresh Drugs, Chemicals, Faint Oils, Pat, at Medicines, Brushes, Combs, Fine Soaps, Perfum eries, Toilet Articles of every description, Whole sale and HetaiL Physicians' Prescriptions a Specialty ! Cwtral Drug Stare, Main st. between East and West Las Vegas, New Mexico. Mace CriswoJd, & Co., Prop'rv WHOLESALE AND RETAIL neater in L,tquor & Sole agent in New sajpl. WAimrjtiour com ceuwaiai uotim m. .r. Mexico LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. M. BRUNSWICK, AVholesulc and lletnil Dealer hi Genera. Merchandise -AND- OUTFITING GOODS, Las Vegas, ,eiv Mexico :the: OF (Charles Ilfelil, To miJ FROlI JShS, Till: TR.IB.VS. The Saint cholas Hotel, Las Vegas, New Mexico. T. F. CII.1MM.M FR O ERIE TO R Will be Kept as a First-class Hotel, Provdina good table, good attention, fine Wines, etc- The Traveling Public are cordially inviitd. Tlx o S3t. XSrioli.oln.g3 Ilotol, Ijas Vo?;a, TXT. IVI Browne & Manzanares, WHOLESALE GBOCEBS, FORWARDIE"a AND COMMISSION MEEOHANTS LAS YEQAS, 1ST. JsL. RfiL ST. VRAIW, Wholcsal and lletail Dealer in "1 General Merchaaiclise Mora and Watrous N. . Special Inducements to Cash Bayers WHOLESALE AISTID ommission lerchants LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. Full Line of General Merchandise Ib'ders from Southern Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona solicited. Satisfaction Gauranteit. ROSENWAID&OO. IjSls Vegas, KT . Jk&m WnOLKSALK AND RETAIL DEALER IN General Merchandise AI OUTFITTING GOOD. Wool llídes, Pelttand Produce generally bought for Cash or xahanu-d a i marktt prtcet. \n\n m. ir, f. f JTréh l9 f gifftrex TM Vvu, and Wknh llore et Ja nt''