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GAZETTE,
I
VEGA
LAS VEGAS, N. SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1881.
NO. 145.
AS
MARWEDE, 1HL0ER & CO.
DealeM in
HABDWABE
Weodenware,
STOVES' & TINWARE
AMI
ouseFit misil in$ Goods
lioseuwald's Block, on Plaz
LAS VEGAS;
SEW MEXICO.
(). WILKINSON,
DELMONICO OYSTER HOUSE.
Deal-r in Cigars, Tobacco, Confectionery mid
the Finest Fruits in the market.
Centre S truct, East Las Vetas.
LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO.
1AST SIDE
WATER WAGON
Will deliver water promptly ut any place in the
old Town. Apply to
O'KEEFE A WALC1I.
L1I. ELLIS,
SIGN AND ORNAMENTA T-
PAINTER.
We Ret up Signs on the shortest notice and tn
the latest style, both plain ami fancy.
LAS TEG AS, NEW MEXICO.
J- 8 ALAZAR.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
LAS VEGAS,
NEW MEXICO.
TIUIAKl) Dt.NN,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
IMNCOX, .... NEW MEXICO.
4 DESMONTS,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER.
FRESCOE PAINTING.
GRAINING, CALSOM1N1NG, i'Al ER HANGS
13ÍG. ETC.
Leave orders with M. Heine, on the l'la'a
J
N FCKLONG,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
GALLERY, OVER
POSTOFFICE, Bridge Street, LAS VEGAS.
jMÍANIC OGDÉK,
Dealer in
COFFINS, CASKETS,
And riidertakin.it Gowda ot all Kinds Kept
Constantly on lla.id.
LAS VEGAS, - - - NEW MEXICO.
All Orders Promptly Filled.
17 II. SK1PW1TII,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
O Hice, Ovér
HERBERT'S DRUG STORE, OX PLAZA.
G. WARD,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
-LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
THE SIX FOR 1881.
Everybody reads Tub Sus. In the editions
of this newspaper throughout the year to come
vervbn.ly will llnd:
1 . All the world's, news so presented that the
readers '.v ill get the greatest amount of infor
mation with the least unprintable expenditure
of time and eesight. Tun mn long ago II---rovered
the golden mean between redundant
fullness and unsatisfactory brevity.
II Much of that sort of news whl'di depends
lex uiion its recognized importance than upon
U interest to mankind From morning to
morning Thk sun pn, its a continued story of
the lives of real men and women, and their
ikeds, plans. l"vcs, hates nd troubles This
story is more varied and ire re interesting thai)
uuv romance that was ever devised
i'ii c.uiil wiiilnir lu every column, and
freihnies, originality, aceuiacy and decornm
n 1 ho treatment oi every sunjeci.
IV. Honest comment. ihk buss iiuiju. i w
speak out foar.cssly about men and tbigs.
V. K(hr1 candor in dealing with each pol tl
ool imriiv muí euiial readiness to coDMliend
what is praiseworth or to elmke what is
blamable in Democratic or liepubllcan .
VI. Absolute independence, of partisan or
ganl.aiions, hut unwavering loyalty to true
Deruucratlc principles. Tun Sun be.ieves that
the government w hlch the constitution gives us
is a good one t keep, ts notions of duty Is to
ro-ist to Its ut nost power the efforts of in- n in
the Republican party to bet up unotlier l'oiniof
giiveniment in placeo!' tint which exists. The
vear lssi and the years immediately following
will nrobably decide this supremely impoitani
conttst. Tnn Sun believe that the victory
will be With the people as against the Rings
fur monopoly, the Rings for plunder, mid the
Kinci for imperial power.
Our te ins aie as follows:
Vnr the D:iilv -.sln. it fur-mieo f-hect ol
twenti-i l'-'ht columns, the price by until, post
paid, s 55 rent, it month. vr$0.5O u year; or,
Including tho Sunday paper, and eight-page
sheet of lll'iy-B"X columns, the price is .I cents
a mouth, or $7 70 a year, pottage paid.
The Sundav edition ol Ihic-sun is also fur
nished sejiaraitly at $i.SO a year, postage
1,8 "I.
Tlie price of ihe Wkkri.y Sun, eight pages,
111' v-six columns, is $tu vear, postage paid.
For clubs oí ton sending $10 wo will miau
extra copy free. Address
I. W. ENGLAND,
Publisher of Tun Sv.v, New York City,
MB Bl TELEGRAPH
"Sweet Heart" to Trot Against
" Fred Crocker" Next Summer
for $10.000 a Side.
Over $12,000,000 Subscribed to the
Stock of the .Mexican Na
tional Railway Co.
The Ambitious King of Spain
Can His Kingdom Recome a
First-Class Power ?
Census of the States and Territo
s vies. Wool Market. F
uancial Report.
Decision of Schurz.
Washingion. Dee. 31. Secretary
Schurz to-day decided that the loca
tiou iif a mill si' c abu ting the end of
a lode owned by a different person is
udmissablc, provided the applicant
can demonstrate that the proposed
mill site is iioii-niinei til laud. The
tractiee of the department heretofore
lias been to refuse all such applica
tions absolutely, on the presumption
that such a site must, necessarily be
mineral ground. The present decis
ion, however, lecognizes the positive
statutory prohibition against allowing
lode owners to take ud additional
land for mill site at end of their
A patent has beeiijtaken out at the
interim' department'lor the Sangre de
Cinismo grant in New Mexico, com
prising nearly one million acres, but
delivery is held until the grant owners
have deposited $3.000 to pay for the
survey. This enormous grant is un
derstood 10 be owned bv the Deuver
Si Rio G rundo Railroad Compauy.
Sporting News.
New York, Doc. 31. -The Turf,
Field curl Farm of yesterday sa
ihat Sweet Heart will tro in the sum
nier of 1881 against Fred Crocker on
i he Pacific coast, one mile heat, three
best in five, for $10,000 a fide. A
forfeit on Sweet Heart will be match
ed for $10,000 a side against any three
vear old and will trot, the race cast
of the Rocky Mountains c:irly in tin
Miiiitner. $1,000 is to be allowed for
expenses, or $1,000 to be allowed to
iinv horse síoinjí to the Pacific coast
from ihe Atlantic. The proposition
ii'ust be tukeu on or before Januan
15th. There are hopes lhal the chal
lenge will be accepted by Kx-Gov
Si ra ii ford, for Fred Crocker, the rival
two year old oi 1880, should meet on
lull terms as three veár olds. The
Kx-(Jovernor like Mackey, is worto
his uiillions, therefore $10,000 eauno
be deemed excessive. It Gov. Stan
f..rd declines we shall look for tin
challenge to be accepted by Kentucky
in which case Chicago would" be a
good place to I rot t he match.
A Ilnncal.
Omul. a, Dec. 31. -Dang. Black, alias
Fluuigan, a barber of this city, wli"
worked at Sidney a few weeks ago
and was the the subject of an article
in a Stenc) paper showing him up as
as i ntscal and thief, which ariich
was inserted by Declive Smith, left
this city a day or two ago for Sidney
to o-et revenge. He met S.iiiih thi
evening at the Lochmoor house aot
tired two shots at Smith, one ol
which cut a button from Smith's c
Smith re'urned the fire and fatally i
wounded Flanigan. Flnnigan has a
bud record here, having served sixty
days in til for Mealing from his em
ployer whom he also threatened to
kill. The sentence against him was
revoked on his promise to leave town
which he accordingly ('id, going to
Sidney.
Out-StaiidliiK Currency.
Washington, Dee. 31. -Following is
the statement of the U. S. currency
outstanding:
Old demand notes $ 60,745
Legal-tender notes of all
- issues " 346,681,616
One yelir notes of '63 460,851
Two year notes of Y,3 " 125,500
Two vear coupons notes, '63 513.250
Compound Inlcie-t notes
241.210
15,523,469
Frac, currency, all issues
Total $36,258,842
The followiug is the statement of
the disposition made by the treasur
er of the United States of thn nation
al bank notes redeemed during thr
mouth and the last six months ending
this day, compared with tho corres
ponding time last year :
Notes out tur circulation, assorted
and returned to the bunks of issue,
during the month, $316.000; duriug!
the past six month?, $3.705.300.
Noes unfit or circulation, assorted
aud delivered to the Comptroller of
the Currency tor distribution to the
banks of issue aud replacement with
new notes during the month, $2,837,
000; during the past six months,
$15,615,400.
Notes of banks that have failed and
which arc deposited in the treasury,
amounted duriug the mouth to $503,
700; during the past six' months tu
$3,078,350.
Wool market.
Boston, Dec. 31. There has been a
very good wool business doing for the
last week of the year. The sales have
been upwards of 3,000.000 pounds of
all kinds and rrades. Fine fleeces
have been in more demand, and me
dium grades are sought after, and are
guite firm. $alc9 of X aud XX fleec
es, including Ohio, PennsyJvauia and
West Virgiuia, 46 1-2 XX and above
49 MichigftirH ieces 54 for X, 57 tor
medium. Mediums and jo". 1 Ohio
md Pennsylvania 45 to 47. fCombed
fleeces 48 to 55, mostly fine delaine.
Fine medium 40 to 56. íüwa9hed
fleece remain I he same, ami have been
in fair demand, with sales-at í rom 20
to 36, as to quality Mostly medium
grades, at 32 to 36. Sales of pulled
wool 25 to42. Calafornia 35 to 38 1-2
for spring, aud 32 I 2 for tall. Foreign
wools are in better Jemaud, but stock
in hands of the manufacturers much
smaller.
Census of the States.
Washington, Lec. 31. The super
iutendeut of the census makes tb.e
following approximate statement ol
the populatioutbv states and territor
ies, li is ueiieveu to ue very near me
fiscal figures which are expected to
be announced next week. Alabama,
1,272.834; Alaska, ; Arizona, 40,-
441; Arkansas, 802.564; California.
864,680; Colorado. 174,549; Connecti
cut, 622,638; Dekoto, 134,5025 Dele-
wtire, 14b,ob6; District ot Columbia,
177,638; Florida, 266.566; Georgin.
1.528,983: Idaho, 32.611; llMuois, 8,
078,636; Indiana, 1,538,873; Iotvu, 1,
624,563; Kansas, 995,335; Kentucky.
1.538 599; Lo uisan.i, 940,763; Maine,
648.945; Alary laud, 935,737; Massachu
setts, 1.783.085, Michigan, 1,634,085;
Minnesota, 780,806; Mississippi 1.-
131,899; Missouri, 2,169.091; Nebraska,
452,462; Nevada. 62,165; New Ha p-
h i re, 347,784; .New Jersev, 1.130892;
New Mexico, 118,430; New York, 5.-
083,183; North Carolina, 1,400,000;
Ohio, 3,197,792; Oregon, 174,757;
P.niisvlvania, 3.282,738; Kln.de Is
hind, 276,528; Souili Caroliua, 995,7fj5;
Teuuessee, 1.442.473; Texas, i .497,509;
Utah, 243,907; Vermont, 332,286; Vir
ginia 1.512,203; W- si Vitgiiiin, 518,
193; 4V8C. 1,315.386; Wyoming.
20,788. To a i 50,152,559.
It Xm a Mistake.
New York, Dee. 31. The Evening
Post has the following: "Yesterday
evening the Post contained a copy ot
a statement made by the Washington
atar, to the effect that Gen. McDowel
was brought from the Pacific coast to
New York, at a cost ol $1,200, to vote
lor Carfield. Please permit me to
state that Gen. McDowell did not vote
last election day. The General and
wife arrived from the West forty-eight
hours previous to the last day of reg
istration, lie would therefore be
obliged to register aud vote, which
was in the 13th election district of the
sixteenth assembly distiict, but ihe
registration books of that place fail to
show lhat the' General registered and
voted thereiu, aud as he was unable
to do so at any other point iu the city
H, is safe to declare lhat the govern
ment did not expend $1,200 for Mc
Dowell to vote.
The King's Speech.
Madrid, Dec. 31 Considerable im
pression wts made by that partot the
King's speech at theopeuiug oi Cham
bers yesterday urgiug the courts to
consider the expediency of putting
the naval and military resoiirces of the
country, and principally Asiatic ant
Airrericau stations, on better footing
more adequate to necessity of modern
armaments. The speech concludes as
follows: "With vour assistance, it
does not appear to me impossible thai
Spaiu ehonld ouce more occupy that
posit io -1 in the world which she occu
pied until this century. Other nations
have conquered positious which they
had not before. It is not too great a
thiug that we shuld at least try to be
what we were,"
The VI. Tí. Hallway Company.
New York, Dec. 31. The 'tribune
is responsible lor the following :
The subscriptions to the stock ant
bonds of the Mexicau Nacional Rail
way Company, which closed yester
day, aro reported to amount to over
$12.000,000. This mi in is $4.500.000 in
excess of the nm-uiit offered mid con
sequently pro rata awards will be
made Messagi s were received yes
terday from. Europe asking that part
of ihe amount offered bo set asido for
the European' account, but the re
quest was denied. The subscriptions
were taken tdniost wholly in this
country, although considerable was
lakeu in Europe on diroet orders.
Address to the Jury.
Dublin, Dec. 31. Attorney Gener
al Law r sumed his nddrcss to the
Jury this morning speaking for over
au hour. lie concluded with the for
cible perol uiion: lie said he hwped
that the jury would be true to their
concii nee and return a verdict satis
factory to the country. Disorder he
lid mus', be put down. As he re
sumed his seat there was uo mauifes
laiion of any kind. A Government
short hand reporter was then placed
in the witness box to read his notes
made at the meeting attended by
Trove rsers.
Burned.
Newport, H I Dec. SO. The summer
resident e of Joseoh R. Kceao burned
i his morning. The cause has been at
tributed to a defective furuicc. Sev
eral thousand dollars worth
of' oil paintings v,ere saved.
Mrs. Keeue and family were occupy
ing the house at the timo of the fire.
The house and contents were valued
at $100,000 with tin insurance ou it of
$50,000. The firemen were unable to
get water on account of the cold aud
were thus prevented from working
effectively.
Atlantic City, Dec. 31.--The Wind
sor hotel aud Duhinor house burned
to day. Loss, $40,000. Several fire
men had their fingers and feet firozen
.severely.
Kalamazoo, Mich., Dec, 31. A
fire at Jackson this morning destroy-
d the Marion house, a two story
frame building; au adjoining brick
block containing the Jackson county
bank and four stores were also btirn-
tl. The books of the bank were
aved. I oss sixty to eighty thoiis-
ud dollars.
The Weather.
Buffalo, Dec. 31.--lt.iiiroa's block-
ded and business at a stand still.
Cairo, III.- Navigation suspended.
Both rivers full of ice.
Cincinnaii. Gn at numbers of quail
md oilier game died of cold, through
Ohio vallev. Weather moderating.
Chicago. No signs of any wanner
weather. It neems to have settled
lown io regular winter. Temperature
at zero or below all night.
New York. Eleven below ztwo last
night at six. '''his morning, 10 below
Duties Collected.
Chic.igo, Dec. 31. The amount oj.
dtuies collected at the eusiom house
here to-day were $2.548,406. Value of
goods entered, $6, 121523 Number of
vessels arrived, 12, 795; number clear
ed, 12,836. The bank clearings were
$1,725,685.000, an increase over 1879 of
468.000,000.
Conclusion of Negotiations.
St. Petersburg, December 31.
Ageuce Russe aunounces ihe conclti
siou ot negotiations ociween the
Chinese ambassador and the Russian
government aud adds that the ambas
sador will remain at St. Petersburg
pending, a decision
of China upon
Russian Proposals.
Chicago Trade.
Chicago, Dec. 31. All papers pub-
lisn a review of the Chicago trade,
but none differ essentially from the
figures already telegraphed. Business
has grown marvelously, both in spec
ulation and receipts and shipments.
The production for (lie year will bo a
memorable one.
Hung:.
Jackson, Miss,. Dec. 31. Henry
Washington, a darkey, was hanged
hero this afternoou, for murdering
Mr. lldlsworth, a citizen of Hinds
couiiiv. He made full confession, and
acknowledged Ihe justice of his fate.
The execution was conducted inside
the jail yard.
To Fill Vacancy.
Washington. Dec. 81. Tho Presi-i
dent has designated Secretary Ramsay
to perform the duties of acting Secre
tary of the Navv, in addition to those
of Ids own office. The appointment
was made under authority invested
in the President, intended to help li'm
fill a vacancy'iu the cabinet.
The drain JInrket.
Chicago, Dec. 31. Wheat steady
and rather excited. Cash sales at
97 7 8; January 98. and Feb. 99 1-8.
Corn firmer, at 36 7 8 cash. Oats 32
Rye, 85. Barley, 108.
Suicide.
St. Louis, Detfai. Charles (3. Stan
i oil, a convict in the penitentiary at
Jefferson City, suicided IsM night, i y
cutting his throat with a knife which
ho bad someway obtained, ami which
the deputy wanleu and guards were
endeavoring to take from him.
$300,000 Subscribed.
Cincinnaii, Dec. 31. Three hun
dred thousand dollars were subscrib
ed in a few minutes ibis afternoon to
form a company for the introduction
of pdison' electric light into the cit
ies of Covington and Newport.
Money.
New York. Dec. 31. Money active,
worth six per cent, on the last day of
the year. Stocks opened strong aud
soon became heavy. It was a specu
lative devise for acquiring slocks.
St. Louis Murderers and Snieides.
St. Louis, Dec. 31. There were 28
murders and 57 suicides in this city
during the past year. Eighteen mur
derers are in the jail here now.
Impeded by Ice.
New York, Dec. 31. The terry
boats are much impeded by ice. Three
vessels ashore on Long Island and
New Jersey coasts.
Burned.
Chicago, Dec 31. -The fine resi
dence of J. M. Kedsic, at Evauston,
III , was burned this morning. Loss
320,000,
Insured.
Failed.
New York, Dee. 31. It was report
ed this afternoon that the commission
bouse of Clark & Breekenridge had
failed.
Coin.
New York, Dec. 31. The steam
ship France brought $412,000 iu
French coin, to-day.
Bend.
New York, Dec. 81. D. strict at
torney Bcnj. K. Phelps died last night,
at 225 Washington streel.
The svuich nutting at the M. E
church was not largly attended, but
l hose present had a royal good time.
A splendid lunch was served, and was
kept ready all the lime. The evening
was spent in singing and chatting until
twelve o'clock, when, alter the New i
Year's greeiiugs, all retired,, well
pleased with the eyeuiug's cnierta n
inent. A very pleasant lit lie New Year's
eve sociable was held at the residence
of Mrs. T W. Garrard, last niyhl.
The following ladies were present .
Misses McDonald, Flecnvm, Miibb-,
Bellie Garrard, Mollie Garrard, E lii h
McCleary. Koogler, White, Teats,
Kohn, and Mrs. -lames Garrard. Re
freshments veré servi d at 10 o'clock.
A pleasant time was had, and all en-
joyjjd themselves nicely.
""Pat Garrett and his brave boys
should be given a New Year's present
; ihn ali.mn of i. ri-nerous sum for
t heir good work.
i .
A lot of Wagons, horses aud bar
ness for sale bv F. J. Weber at the
corral in rear of Ihe National House.
Notise
Books will be open lor ten days.
at the office of Louis Stilzbacher, for
subscript ions to the capital stock of the
Aqua Pura Company ot Liis Ysgas.
Pursuant toa 'ote of tlte boaid oí di
rectors, preference will be given the
citizens and property owners of Las
Vegas, to al ow them to subscribe to
the extent f anv reasonable mont.
Trinidad Romiro,
Vice President
Las Vegas, N, M., Dec. 27, 1880.
Another ear load of flour, tho best
in town, received by
J. Graff fc Co,
Fresh O voters, Fresh Oysters, at.
n83tf J. Graaf & Co's.
Go to 31. Heise, ou tho south sido
of tho plaza for fine wines, liquors-and
gars. 2.13-tf
HEN IN ALUUQUERQL'E DON'T FAIL
To Call ou
J. K. BAYSE,
MANLFACTUIiER OF MEXICAN JEWELRY
A largu Stock of Watshes, Clocks and
Silverware Constantly on Hand.
To. I Itridice on the Itlo OnusUc.
The bridge built by the "Bernalillo Brldao
Company" across the Kio Grande opposite the
town ol lienuilillii is now open for the public
travel Kulln wing arc Hiérales ol toll cstailshcd
lit the company, viz:
People on hiot, for each. 9 .0.1
IVnp.e on horseback, for each 1.1
Heavy wagons, loaded, lor tach, 1.00
Heavy wagons, nut loaded, fur with 78
I.IkIiI waifons loailed, for aach 76
Light wagons, notlnaded, for wicb, Í"
malí stock per head nil
Lai -e stock, per head .0ft
miil I stock, per head, from B0 V 100 head,
tiicli I
sm ill slock , rrom 10:3 to too hi4. each,... .(II
Sin Ml stock, from Wis .. kwnd, aeh,
-mall -lock. Ir. 1.001 kiecd npwards ' H
Wh.oiik, carts, and wood, going and re
turning, with two animals '0
I ho above, with four animals, . 40
J. I. PEKEA, President.
Charles Blanchard's
NEW
ADVERTISEMENT
I PROPOSE TO KFKP the Most
Complete and Varied Assortment of
General Merchandise ever seen under
one roof in Las Vegas. My stock of
Gloves & WoGlens, Dress Goods
!
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS, CLOTHING,
HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR,
NOTIONS
Is Fresh, and was selected with great
care. .
Goods for the Holidays.
Goods for the Ladies,
Goods for Gentlemen.
Goods far Youths.
And Children, everything a Miner wants,
everything a Farmer wants, anything
wanted by Freighters, everything wanted
by Ranchmen, everything wanted by
Painters, Building Papers, Mineral
Paints, all kinds of Paints and Oils,
Window Glass and Looking Glasses,
Crockery and Lamps, Stationery, Wood
enware. A heavy stock of
Hardware and Nails.
Wheelbarrows, Ox Yokes, a complete
line of Saddlery and Saddlery Hardware.
Walker's Horse-Shoes
Stoves and Stove Goods
Tinware, Zinc, Copper and Sheet Iron,
Pumps. Agent for
Pianos, Organs, Sewing Machines
Leather, liemp and Rubber Packing.
Flour, Hay. Corn, Potatoes. Only the
the Best Cold Shring Creamery Butter.
Lvertmng, everything! at low and uni
form prices.
Charles Blanchard,
On the Plaza.
WANTED
lir AN.VI'ED A Hist cIiish cook
Uooil w .
W ges will be pain to a good man. Apply
Applj
146-tf.
t uiia oilice.
r Al'KD-:li CBVpentnra
to work on the
Pahii'e Hotel, Sun ta fe, X. M. Apply
at ilitMiuiltiing to 11 I) Day, Koicnmn, Santa
Fe, N. tt, JOHN II. WOÜTKN,
2v Contractor.
FOR SAUZ.
ITUJR SALE-Dry cows am
1 Blu ep. Addies., C. V . 1
1 calves. Also
ewls, Albuqnei-
que,
M.
ITIOIt SAI. K. One hundred head of yousg
j stock cattle fur mile. Appiy to M.B.
Uelly mi Alain street, leading south from the
plaza, or ut ti ts store at El Vuriedoro, San
Miguel county.
Í1.MI-. Foil SALE. By Moore & Huff, at lh
J Hot Springs. Leavé orders at Herbert &
Co's drug stre, on the plaza
I710IÍ SAKEA good sixteen horse power
1 steam engine, all in running order anl
large enough to run a Hour mill. Any person
desiring to see it running can do so any day ut
mv planing mill U Las Vegas. Apply for
terina t JOHN U. WOOTEN.
'HH-tf
IOR SALE. Two horses, wagnn and double
J set harness. Apply to Bell, Craig & Co,
Fl RENT. The Exchange Hotel corial
Apply at Hell, Craig A Co's.
rpo KKXT. A vineyard of about 12, (KM vines
JL in good bearing condition, including some
two hundred fruit trees. Also house room suf
ficient for a family. Appiv to Uenlclo F. Pe
rea, I'-ernaUllo, N. M l.filw
BACA HALL FOIt RENT. The proprietor
wishing to remove his residence will rent
liaca Hall for the coining season, or will sell it
for a reasonable price. The hall is the best iu
tho Territory and is provided with a stage and
complete scenery. Address,
AN IONIO JOSE HACA
Las Vegas, N. H.
$100 Reward for Tom Dean.
Tho above reward will be paid by the Mora
County Stock Growers Association of Mora Co.
New Mexico, lor the arrest and delivery to the
proper authorities at Mora County Jail of
TOM DEAN alias TOM CUMMIXGS,
from Amienta, Red River, N.M., for stealing
cattle. Dean when last heard from was at one
of the Narrow Gnago Kail Road camps at Rio
Arriba county, few Mexico.
A STANDING KKWAKD OF I OF
FERED.
For the arrest and conviction ofanyTIIIEF
who lias stolen Stock from any member of tho
Mora County Stock Growers Association, and
$100 REWARD
Will be paid for information which will lend
to the conviction of Buyers of Stolen Stock,
STOCK OKOVYERS ASSOCIATION,
Mora County. N. M
ATTENTION.
Steam Maw 81111 l or Sale,
This mill is about fifteen miles from Las Veg
as, is situated in a locality where timber Is
abundant! the engine is tweuiy-four horse
power and lu flrt-clas8 running order. There
is one extra saw, seventeen yoke ofgwod cattle,
four log wagons, as good as new; complete
blacksmith shop and all extras suitable for the
successful operation of . bis mill. Will bcold
for less than its full value. Terms : Halt
ea e; balance on e.sh terms. For further in
forgatlon apply to, or uddaess,
j . jtojifcicu a som.
118-tr. Las V gas, N. M.
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