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i : neW.il $ 25 One Mo.;!l.... 1 W Ono eav ID W Wuate-I. .A ;ood i ..k. ll!y ti .JriKM-: I i ;;r.r.M's. Ilc:ul waiter f.T dining mora n Exchange Iioi" Santa IV'. A man oí experience with good rrcommenda- lioiH. Apply 1". r information at Gazktti; uili. i'. JUSTICE AS ADMINISTERED 111' THE DISTRICT COURT FOR SAX M1IEL COOÍTY. A while MnritiH.',' braided cape for baby's cloak, bel ween the flot Spring and the l'iaza, or between 1 lie Pinza and East J'us Vegas. Tlio fin tier will confer a favor by lem ing (be clonk lit lliis office. W. E. Carr sells '-Sweet Capordl,' 'DmbaiM" and "Happy Thoughts" tmoking Tobacco E:i.-t Vegas. 4-1 w. A. M. J.wks lias tomatoc, Sweet potatoe,s California lVuit te. New Ifay for :'ilc. At La Junta, N. M. .Si-If S. B. AVat rous & Son. Five ciollnra Rrwrl. Strayed from Green's liuich, one sorrel poney m:ire. four year.-? old, four white feet, blaze in t,l.e face, dim brand of letter D. on neur fore shoul der, a little lame in near front, foot. Iwillpiy the above re ward for any information that will lead lo her re covery. Leave, at Chicago Shoeing shop. "W. B. Dkmpsey Las Vegas, X. M. NEÍ.ECT Rí'ísWOl.B. OX Jl AliOlTT TIIK KIWOF SKPTEM bcr, Mi Anuí" Wood, now ni Trini. Iti.t, will open a Sell ct School in the room now i:. j.ro-8 of erection on Hits prcmWCi of tlie Pics lnUrinn mis-con. Mio will teach II v! hours n i.1:iv .I five ibiys in !i peek. K.vcvy pnl:is will be takm to make it an excellent -li'xI .r.i.l ttv:u" tlve to tho pupils. The room will bo v 11 finish ed, ne.it t'.ii'! commodious, well l.-hted imd ventilated, and in the win'er well waviAel Tlx publie ave invite 1 to examine the room when it ahull hi; completed. The terms wip l;e $3,iKper inoi,h, pii' nb'.e mnnihly. Xo rted.ietion wi'.l ho made for absence, except in en-e of sickness, Unless Ihe pupil is absent one week, and when tie pupil shall have b. en ab-entone week, (there having been no illness to pi event attendance), the pent will be considered vacmit and friven to he next applicant. I'upils wl'l b;' legit.iied in tie order of application. Application should be made to tho undersigned until Miss Wood arrlviw. 1 believe Mis Wood to bo- well qnallfiel to make Ibis conlci.iplated school siicb nn one vs ibe citiz.iis ot l,:ií Vigas wiuibhWli-e. Her tcstlKionials uro of a very blfih and suiUiiietoi-y charael'.r. JOHN' A. ANX1X. Ltia Yigiis.Jnly, 3D, 1879. Showers yesterday evening. - tlXIt p For a good shave go to Judd's Barb er Shop Kxcliange Hotel.! w. Turkish Trunes at Jaffa Bros. The world Renowned "Sultana' and "Home circle" cigars at W. E. (Jarrs. 4-1 w. Currants at ffaBbos. For a good Hair Cut goto J trim's Barber thop, Exchange Hotel Try hiin.lvv. The celebrated California clothing ut J AFTA Bros. California Blankets, the best made at Jaffa Bugs. Blank books, Btationciy, pens, pen- oils and Ink at, East Vegas Stationery and Notion Store. 4-1 w. A new lot of men's hats just recei ved at Jaffa. Bros. Every thing that the weary traveler wants- can be obtained . at tho Oyster 3$ay restaurant and Eating House of JONSTANT, LoFTUS and W00DARU,S. ;is'ear Depot. tf. Go to llKi'F.ii's news depot and get j our papers at publishers prices. . . mi Harper's Leslies, Police News, Ga rette an:l all dctorals at ten ecuts at Kí:kf.k's news depot. Any daily you want for $1,25 per mouth at Hebük's news depot. - NnnoiieI Lumber. "Wo now have on hand a complete lock of seasoned Lumber and tire ad tliiig lo i).ur stock daily, i . .Iiiu-E & Castmi. 3!ai roaxl Ave. opposite Depot. The fárand jury enipaimcSed Tlic civil and criminal dockets called The business of tlie . term. The court got down to work yes terday and under the administration of Judge Prince and the pi-execution of Attorney General Waldo. is liable to push business through at a rapid rale and make it warm for evil doers. Major Jose I). Sena was appointed interpreter to tlie court. Major Sena has no superier as an interpreter. He has excellent command of both languages, and is familiar with legal terms. lie will convert a rapidly spo ken speech from English to Spanish or vice versa to thtyjury during its delivery without at. all interrupting (be orator. If is a gift which few possess in such perfection. The Grand Jury consists of the following persons: Severo Baca, Francisco Bobledo, Milnor Iludolph, Lorenzo Labadie, G. W Stoneroud, Juau Bernal, liichard Dunn, Benigno Romero, Jose Maria Martin,. Alejandro Pcrea, George Chaves, Auiceto Salazarf Jesus Garcia, May Hays, Melquíades Ramirez, liichard Dunn was appointed and sworn as foreman and the Grand Jury proceeded w'tih the work of the term. The petit juiy iva organized as follows-:-' Manuel Barela, Joseph Rosenwald,. Mauricio Tapia,. Aniceto Baca, Peter Trambley, T. W. Gorra ní, Antonio Baca y Baca,. Riimualdo Martin, Antonio Aban Homero Agustín Vigil, Apolonio Duran, Rafael Duran, Jcsus Prada, Manuel Roybaí, Antonio Baca, José Felipe Baca, Feliz Garcia, Lázaro Sandoval, Manuel Baca, Pedro A. Garcia, Rodrigo Garcia, John Hubbell son of Judge Ilubbell was appointed interpreter to the grand jury. The criminal docket was called and tunny cases continued or nolle prosed, because the defendant could not be found or arrested. The following cases were continued: The Territory vs. Ensebio Ortega, murder; against Basilio Perea, steal ing a mare; Jose Sais, murder; Mi. guel Arguello, murder; Louis Alarld, Feliz Rouquillo; Giovanni . Dugi, murder. Tlielat accused, it will bo remem bered paid the p-mal.y of his crime on the well pump in the phizn. Tho case of the Territory vs Dunas, rape, was set for trial Monday. Feline- Montova vlond fiiHiy to car rying arms and was lined $15 and eesls. The case of Juan tie Dios Martiu, rape, was coutinued. A few luonlhs ago the sessions of the District court were maiked limef in 1he town. The crowds, who came in made a decided addition (o the po pulation. The distinguished attorney who ci'ine in received the largest share of public aiteniioit. But now the case is slightly changed. The crowds of parties and áüeudanisare here but the ordiuaiy population is so great that the increase is not'abser ved aud the distinguished attorneys can hardly be told from Ihe oilier line looking men congregated about the hotels and other public places. On mol ion of Louis SulzbacherEsq. a committee was appointed to exam ino W. II. Whitelaw. reeeutly from Hutchison Kansas. Tho committee after examining Mr. AVhitelaw's certi ticates reported favorable and he was duly admitted to practice in the courts of this Territory. The coso f Territory against imon Clem or drawing a weu A;on in a dance was tried yesterday to a jury. Tho prosecution failed to make out any strong case against the defendant and the jury returned a verdict of not guiltr. The case of Territory vs Juan Val der, for breaking a fence ,vas set for trial Friday. The case of Alejandro Ang'el for stealing a horse continued, The case of Mauricio Tapia., em bezzlement set for Monday. Territory vs Patricio Gonzales and Anselmo Gonzales, assault with in tent to murder, set for Tuesday. In the case of W. S. Leonard, assault with intent to kill a continuance was granted because defendant had skip ped out. Evidence wa' ! taken in the case of Simon Frankenw'll' who applies tobe admitted to full citizenship. He came to the United States in 1854, find to the territory in 1 803. The ourt will convert, him to a full blooded American before the end of the term. Louis Lcicster istaking out his first citizenobin naiicr3 1 of fine ;aaf's Dickenson ne lot at being usincss front CSi. felt improvments" , old town. ,ros are btiildinor a b ,Un J! I 1-1 9 nit iiiuHutar ioi ts hotel. ' jady impulse giver to busin" hevcoDtinued am , als is daiy - is- E. W. ScbbWhas opened a real Estate, rail roadU'-ket and intelli gence office, on the1 Eastern slope of he hill. Businessmen infalidcs and pleasure seekers still continue to arrive and Las Veo;as is boui'd to be the big town of New Mexico. Tho rainy season is fairly under headway and the roads are as muddy as in the Mississippi valley states in the spring. ' The streets are ovSi f ant ly crowded with people, muiiy strangers are in from the c,art and goodly numbers are also here attending on the session of the district court. Very vigorous coueiilion maybe Expected on the bidding for the com pletion of the bathhouse at the hot Springs as a number of contractors will submit p'-oposil ions. Blake Lock ha i t & Co. have located their saw mill out near Bald moun ti'in and Mr. Lockhartin coming back from 1 here Tuesday .night with some traveling conpanions lost the way and had to camp out. In a casual converso I ion Wednes day with Mr. G. W. Dickinson he remarked thatiliree or four civil en gineers had been at work on Ihe hot Springs (! rounds and although the plat was not yet completed he boiied to be able to have hotel, mid le sa'cncc lots for sale by the hist of the week. Oh no it don't rain in New Mexico! I'ersonals. Judge S. D- Lee of Colfsx is in at tendance at court. T. F. Conway Esq. a; rived from Santa Fe to-day to attend court. Mr- A. Rosenwald, formerly a resi dent of Las- Vegas, but now of the prominent mercantile house of Ro senwald & Co., Trinidad, ia visiting with his brothers in town. Eggs shipped from the states sel for 20 cts. per dozen, while ranch eggs are at 30 to 50 cts. This only proves 1 hat our ranchmen do not raise chickens as exteusively as they should. Trains coutinuc lo - arrive from Otero and points beyond but they are all flying light. ,TI;e iron horse, has destroyed Ihe l'rcigh I era Iradc along the old I rat r northward. O. L. Houglilon knows Ihe benefits of advertising and palrouizcá the columns ot nearly all the papers in the territory. Kxchniigre Hotel, CaaCa Fe. The Exchange Hotel; Sania Fc is the only first class housp in the cily. Mrs. S. B. Davis is proprietoress and keeps the house in the very best style, it is a splendid . place for travelers going to Santa Fe to stop. P -sler 'a - - - Fancy K-reerie5 Produce &Co9 & 9 9 BETWEEN SOUTH-7EST Cor. PLAZA AND GAZETTE OFFICE. Lai Vegas, Arew JItxico.' j 20-GCt. Las Vegas Transfer Does a General - FREIGHTING BUSINESS. TO AND FROM It. U. DEPOT, TO ANY PART OF THE CITY OR COUNTRY. Advances charges on freight and collecting on delivery, A Careful au Prompt Attention given to all business intrusted to my care. LEAVE ORDERS AT J. GRAAF & GO'S STORES. OLD AND NEW TOWN. SJflTh. & IIÜTTOX, Mmagen. FEANK CHAPMAN, OHN CHAPMAN, MANAGER. Chapman's Ranch, generally known as Hamilton's, or Hatch's Ranch A full and complete etock of GENERAL MERCH4ND Will be kept at this store for the accommodation of the citizens at CJiaper to aud surrounding country. Goods will be sold as cheap as they can be in any place in New Mzxic Wool, Hides and Stock taken in exchange for goods. ALBERT. C. RUPE. FRANK W. CASTLE. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in NATIVE & EASTERN LUMBER, M"ouldings,Siding, Ceiling, Floor ing, Paints, and Oils. Glass, Build ing Paper. Etc., Paint .Brushes, t Plaster Paris, Master, Hair and : Cement. , Will Give Estimates on all Kinds of Uuilúhi mi '-Oraers miletlZL. ' i ; 'i z ) v;i:-: v, p.' :.r. Country Dealera will do well to call on u before purchasing Elsewhere. RAILROAD AVE. EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. 1 \n\n erial. -OÍ?-