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THURSDAY, IHI'EMBEU 30,1880. Colorado f illing. Trinidad talks of u library. Denver will present the passion play. The poor child ren of Denver were given a Christmas diuuer. The quillón as to who wil! be th next Lieutenant Governor will be tled by the sir. reine conn. On Friday a special pay car ran in to a stutioiniry freight near Di'iivpi and a frightful accident was bard; averted. On 'hrUtma day quite a number of the Denver News b'V9 were treu' ed toa hmintiltit repMoi furnished l the circulator of the Republican. Jesse James one of the notorious James brothers of Missouri, wh have mad .1 .'retit reputation n Claude Duvals, was recently in Den ver. Cl. John HiKson was thrown from bis horse and met with a violent deal I at Ea&t'Bizou near his home on Fri day. He was one of the wealihiesi and best known stockmen in tin western countrv. Odds and Ends. It is generally whin you are not looking out for á woman i hat you gt t on her trail. A New York boarding house took lire the other nighi, and the flames got as lar as the pan ry, wh?u the went out for the want of fuel. The worst about kissiuga Pitishurj: giil is that yii carry the marks ot coal dust about your nose atid other feat ti th till you reach the ncaresi pump. Arkansas men are loud sleepers. . One of them went to sleep in a lJu! man car, and when he began to ge his work iu, people tinned out imde the impression 'hat a shooting iiilYity wa9 in progress. A painter who was acquainted with the dire effects of the law had to reprpsent two men- one who h.-d gained a la went and another who had lost one. !l painted the former with a shirt on and the other naked. ''Know all men by these presents." read the old bachelor lawyr. "Whv don't ihey put iu women, too ?'" ankeil his lady clients. "'Because," said the o. b., "if one woman knows it, all women know it," Teacher in high school at : Are "pro" and "con" syuonomous or op posite terms ?" Scholar: 'Opposite" Teacher: "Give an example." Scholar : "Progress and congress," "Well, well," said Billingtou ma jestically, "we mustn't be too severe on the young fellows. I suppose I was as big a fool as nnv oftliPtii when I was young.!' "Yes," replied Fojg, "a:d you are not au old man now, Billinííton. .. . . A Dead Man and His Faithful Dog. In t ho souihern part of Bosloii there has lived tor six or eight years past an Englishman, ayed about sixty, b the name ot Woolrich. who did not Appear to be doing much fr a living, lie kept live dogs, gome of them ugi, and few peoplu went near the house. The oilier day a notification was left with First selectman White thai Woolrich had not be n seen for sev eral days. Messrs. White and Sum ner, two resolute men went to the bom -. Thev were greeted bv the furious onset ot a large coach dogJ who, on their opening the door wide enough to look in, bounded forward wil'i an ominous gr wl and a dipla of tefth that meant mi-chief. The men shut the door and went to the window. Looking in, they saw Woolwich siltuiií in a chair by the stove, his head bent forward, as i' asleep. Unable to arouse him and the dog eminuing to exhibit ihe ug liest symptom?, it was resolved to kill him, which was done, ("joiny inio the room Woolrich was found to be dead. Probably he had been dead several days, and had cen Irozen to dealh. His other dogs, starved oui. had left him. but ibis one faithful and formidable animal had refused to de sert him. . Hard Cheek. A si 11 u 11 ar incident occurred at Providence, K. I., one day last week. A gout lemanly-looking fellow knock ed at ihedoorof a house and coolly asked permission to come in and shave him-ell. As a liiHe airl w nl to the door, the fellow marcl ed iu and made kuwoii his wanifc to the vv(man of lie house. She told him Mint there was no razor at hand, but h"r caller replied that he usually carried Mich an anide abotii hi person, lie quietly helped him self to w hat lie in eded aiiil took a comfortable shave. Having finished to hi satisfaction, he asked'fora cup of hot t( a and a slice of bread. II iv ing eaten tin he politely thanked the wo'irm for her kindness, went out, and, after I akin v a careful look up and down the treet, walked off rap idly across a vi.caiit lot and dissapear i'il. He had on lisiht blue troiHers and prison shoes, and evidently had boarded at the public expense a i some institution. HAPPY STEW YEAR. . Great Discount Sale. GenU' luruitdiiiig goods, ladies jackets, notions, boots ami bhoes, rib bon, artificial llowero, China chamber sets decorated and plain, cantors, plated tame spoons, plated teaspoons, plated table forks, plated lableknives, ; glass covered jelly dishes, jfiups. go, Tlie goods are new and fresh, of this season's importation. I t'onie early and secure bargains. I want to re duce my stock during tTili we k as much as possible in order to make room lor large shipmtuts imw on the road. (J. E. WischjC. II. ELLIS, t SIGN AM) ORNAMENTAL PAINTER. We git up Signs on th shortest notlss tad 1b .be Idlest style, botb jilnin uJ fiucy. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. SALAZAK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, LAS VIGAS, . . NXWMIXIC. RICHARD NOTARY PUBLIC, ItlNXOX, - - NEW MEXICO. HESM0XTS, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER. FRESCOR PAINTING. GRAINING, CALSOMiNING, l'Al ER HANI! l.Ni,, ETC. Leave orders with M. Ileise, on the Pinza J N FLULONG, PHOTOGRAPHER, GALLERY, OVER POSTOFFICE, Brid-eStrci-t, LAS VEGAS. FRANK OGDEN, 0 Dealer in COFFINS, CASKETS, Ami Undertaking Gowda ot all Kinds Kept Coimtuutly on Ilai d. LAS VEGAS, - - - NEW MEXICO. All Orders Promptly Filled. P H. sivirwmi, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Oilice, Over HERBEKT'3 DRUG STORE, ON PLAZA. "YCLEAN BROTHERS, Alex. McLean. Robt. McLean. Joa. McLean. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS - AD kinds of mason woik. Fine l'lnsterlug a specialty Contracts taken In all liiuts of the Territory. LAS VEGAS, - - - NEW MEXICO. yy G. WARD, CONTRACTOR AND "BUILDER, LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. MARTSOLF, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, LAS VEGAS, SANTA FE, ALBUQUERQUE AND SAN MARCIAL. JOPPER BROTHERS, Dealers In STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES BOOTS & SHOES. BOOKS, ETC. Produce a Soecialty. Orders filled on short uutice. EAST LAS VEGAS, - NEW MKXICO. yy II. WIIITELAW, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Will attend to all legal business promptly, Center Street, East Las Vegas, New Mexico. JJOWIS02Í & FABIAN, General COMMISSION MERCHANTS, A N't) SALESMEN KOI! EASTEí.N IIOLSES. Office East side Railroad Avenue, opposite Browne Manzanares. 1LLIAM MORGAN CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Can always be found at ti is shop in the rear of the CATHOLIC CHURCH, - - LAS VEGAS. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Q HAVES & RUSSELL, J. Franco Chaves. 1). C. Russell. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW. t "ti )VK, - - - - NEW MEXICO JOHN F. BOSTWICIC, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Oillce in First Nat'l Bank Building, LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO. II ENRY SPHINGER, PROPRIETOR OF THE MINT. Fine T.i(unrs and Cinarra specialty. Mon arch Billiard Tables and Private lub Rooms. Southwest Corner of the Plaza, ALBUQUERQUE, - - NEW MEXICO. J. PETTI.IOIIN, M. D.,: PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, LAS VEGAS AND HOT SPRINGS. Chinitie Diheaspp and Diseanes ot Families a S ecialtv II I I SPRINGS - - ' - 8 to i A. M. LAs VEGAS Central lrmr Store, '.' to U P M TOR ALE, WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! 10 cirds of wood at 1 .50 per load. Knrfir ther i ifor .nation apply at this ollicc. George Ross, atM-nt. COAL! COAL! COAL! Dolt vet ed at $7 per ton. Leave orders at Lock ha it A Co's hardware store, or at their planing mill office. George Ross, agent. jyj-cCAKFRET GEHERTY, ames Gehcrty, Ed. McCaffrey. PLASTERERS AND BUILDERS. Will attend t all contracts promptly both la city ami country. Give us a call and try our work . LAS VEGAS, - XKVT MEXICO. GRAND VIEW HOTEL, IDE;. J". HI. STJTFIUST, PROP'B The Best Accommodations that can be found in the Territory. TO ATD FHOM SAMC'EL B WATROUS S.B.WATKOUS&SON -DEADERS IX- Cattle, Hay, Grain, WATROUS, oust nmrnts of Freight and Catile for and from Hip Red River Conniry Convoyed at Wat'-oiif Rail lioad Depot Good Roads from Red River via AlKim Hill. Dist anee from Fort BaHConi to Watroun 88 miles. SAN (V1ICUEL NATIONAL BAM OF LAS VEGAS, Zjjs vegas, - isr.ia. Jacob Cross, Miguel A. Otero, cashier. Treai'ieiH. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $200, noo. PAID UP CAPITAL, $50,0W XJIHECTOnS; Miguel A. Otero, Joseph Rosenwald, Emanuel Roseuwald Jacob Gross. Andres Sena, Lorenzo Lopez. David Wlnteruit. Rosenwald 's Building. Does a general Banking Business. Drafts forsaleonthe princi al cities of Great Britain an'l th.- C mUnent of I urope. Correspondence solicited. New Store! New Goods! William Gillerman HAS OPENED A STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE -AT- Ft. Bascom, - New Mexico. A Fu 1 AfBflrtment in every Ll -e, wliie.lt will be sold atLas Vej;a8 i rlces. Freight added. "THE WHITE" Lightest Running MACHINE I3ST THE WORLD. Almost Noiseless New, ad in perfect order. WM. U. II. ALLISON, EAST LAS VEGAS Jeffers & Klattenhoff DEALERS IX f UNDERTAKING. Furniture repaired in flrstf.lai style, f seend hand ttooni bought and sidd. Store adjoining the new building of tht First Katlonal Bank. 1 TJ6AA, JmmL URHITURE OUEEHSWAR WW' ALL TEAINS. lOSKI'II B. WA'I ROf Flour and Town Lots, NEW MEXICO EN Dealer in HARDWARE STOVES, PUMP S AND SHE JEM9 T.1.VIÍS Hoofing and Spouting a Specialty. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. Receiving Goods every dav, and a car-loa of stoves en route fro.n the largest range t the smallest cook stove. A. 0. BOBBINS, DEALER IN FURNITURE AND QUEEN S W AR E UNDERTAKING OUL'ERS PROMPí LY ATTENDED TO.. Veetr the Bridge. West Las Vegas. Frank J. Webber, . AUCTIONEER, Has constantly en hand Horses, Mnles, Har ness, etc., nod algo lm g and sells on Commission. 3iJ3EI3 COnnAL. Hay and Grain kept for sale in lnrpe or smnl (piantiiit'9. Good ucconimodutions for s'tuck Piace of business on street In rear of Nation:. I otel. THE 11.1 E!t IIUTTES 13 & DEIELOFBER! til) SAATA FE, - - . iík-vv MEXICO JAMES A. FICKETT, Pro-idont, 1,-r i i., Á; P't'NüER, fcmoerintendent, ELLIOT r CUo.-iSOW, TreiBiir.-r, H. A. AiüNFOlíT, Secretary. It UREA V Oí' MIXING HfFQIlMATlOX Aliare cordially invited to visit our oilice and inspect the mineral of ihe Territory. Mining property bought and sold. Eagle Saw Mills -AND- LUMBER WZIIMM BT T. Romero & Son. tJ"LaT yonr ardsrs at the itora of-tf '1. Romero & Sod. Las Tmíi, W BORO JAFFA BRTI!IEKS, -STOCK NEW WINTER GOODS! Boots & Shoes m P O O O WE NOW HAVE Our Stor.'S filled of nil kinds of (JooiU for ti c Winter Traite and invite the jieo ple of I. as Ve as and vieiniiy to cx aiiiine our stock In fore jiii'cliauir eUewhere. AW have a I urge stock of everything appertaining io General Merchandise. As the varieties are too numerous to mention,wc prefer showing our customers our sioek in the store rather than in the newspaper. No trouble to show goods. Call and see us. JAFFA BROS., East and West Las Vr gas. 3 i l ; -"i i - Clothing for i Wholesale and ommission Merchants Las Vegas, New Mexico. Full Line of General Merchandise. ORDERS FROM Southern Colorado; New Mexico, and Arizona Solicited o,tfaction Guaranteed. M. BRUNSWICK, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in General Merchandise OUTFITTI1TG GOODS. WEST SIDE OF PLAZA, LAS VEGAS, - - JVEW MEXICO. S3"Speclal Inducements to cashbnyers, s w sell no goods on time. H. EOMEEO & BEO'S, MERCHANTS Have a lnrc and complete stock of all cissies of Merchandiie which theyjitll at bottom prices lor cash. East Side of Plaza, Las "Vegas. MENDENHALL & CO FEED AND SALE STABLE Dealers in Horses and Mules, also Fine Buggies and Carriage lor Sale lligs for ths Hot Springs and other Points of Interest. The Finest Livery Outfits iu the Territory. THE GREAT y fnB & art I NORTn SIDB TtAH VEGA, Ama'AKCaaTOMMAT TiA JtiTA. O-O TO TZETEFt CENTRAL DRUG-? Vni 771 o 7i T1.t , Medicines, Brushes, Combs, Fine Soaps, Perfartii eries, Toilet Articles of every description. WholA sale and Retail. i-V.iU52 - Physicians' Prescriptions a SfÉciAt'ff CntraJ Orug Stare, Main st. between East Urt'tffgJ' Las Vegas, New Mexico, fiflaco Crio wold, & Co Prop'j'J OF- of the Best Makes a "O S3 -t 3 a 0) n c en and AND- EMPORIUM OF- LFELD OF PLAZA, 7 r i r k I Boys \n\n LAB VE&AS, TsT. 3VX. OTERO, SELLAR & CO.