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,sa'nruii Aitf;'i'. 9, 1879 ;U s'r;usiniout. I 'lie I'ost-Olllce wil . :,).t-.. . tt t i v, fXf-t MindajH, from ?::! a. i ., r i. i: s !. m . Suudayb, one hour after the I ivi! "I end, mail. I.ml r. .ta í i. Leave r.'.ia Vcgai, tlsiily, al : A ., h" v c jit T r. v. ViM?'i"i Kitil. leaves l.aS Veirtis, daily, nt r,.i uTirc.i at 7r . i. Mail clus es ut S I'. M . I' or -.is Jfn. leaves T.r.s Vegas, Dally n( s a. m., arrives daily from Hie boulli a. 8 A. v. M.i 1 1 do. ( 4 nt 7 o'clock A. M. lni: ?!:!. l.c:iv3 La Vcgas,at 7 A. M. V Til l . :' 7 A M. Mor i JJii:!. Lci.vcs La Vegas Saturdays at 8 a. m . , nrnviM ! n-lays nt tí v. m. N i m.mey orders is.-ned or paid, nor let teisreUurcd iit'K'i-4 p. v. T. K. CiiAi'MAN; Postmaster. fll I.nlgre No. ': A. V. & A. M ' , n i'i n un .l.a We nieday of each month he fore. die full ol the moon at the Masonic Hall, ontiil Mrec.t, hetwcen soieh il and .'Id Strls. :imv;" iifniii, Sec'v. Clsnrcli 'nfci Prubytcrian 'lmrcli Morning nnil evening si-mee 10: 45 A . M. and 7: 3!1 P. M . Mimlav fttiiool in th'i afternoon, l'.islor, Rev. J . Aii'im, to he found at his residence im n.i'diuli'ly !id.iinliii;tli Church, ffpisropal Clmreti Kev. II. Forrester. services in Court House, north of nluza, even- Sumiav nt 10::!(1 A. M. , and 81. M. All arc curdhdly iuvitea. Time nrI. West hound Stations East bound Leave 1 1 :::." A. M.. Otero I'M 4:10 Arriv " li:'i(ll. M. Iloivny " Jtl.lO " " 1 :r,( " Maxwell " 2:."0 " l:." " iiiintrcr " 1:."5 " ' :! " Oeaté 1:10 " ::-,) " Wajon M mint " 12:01 " " .(::!') " Tipton A. M. 11:15 ." " r. : t r, " Wmrou " lo:a " ' I-,::, " Unniwo " 9:25 " ,Arrivc 7:l.- " LasVsgas " 8:M " Trains niu by JciTerson City timo íi') minutes faster tliau local time Trains meet at Snringcr. LIST OF ARRIVALS. Dirlmn: Hotel. fl. Bailey; Con Cosgrovc, Las Ve gas; J. Staring and Chas . E. Cole, Otero. .lewetl'M Hotel. Y. Koíü'P. Denver; Isidor Stern, City: Fiil Hardy. City; John Thomp son, New York City; U'.-trior s Hotel Wunry II. liuil. Silver City; Len in;.1. Síiiji:h, Aruuiiuerquy; llonry Curpeuier; Alejandro, Gonzales, La Cuevn; Lorenzo Labndie, Sania llo hti; .1. J. 1'oot. Since Koine became the capita! of nniiea Italy, i'roTes;:int cimrcnes have been built in that city, of which three are Episcopal and t wo are Meth odist. The líaptistsand Presbyterians have one each. IJibies are now open ly sold i:i the streets of the principal eitie.i. l'lirsilit tit Iiitliacis Sax Antonio, Tex., August 2. Mexican troojis are pursuing Indian?, who leive carried off 2"0 head of horses jmd killed fifteen persons the past week. -0- Tlif undcríictncd liavlnf hoon appointed hy tlio ll Diioialilo l'robato court of San Miguel eonniy. New Mexico administrators of the es tate of tlio late llenitri llano, all ncrson who are indebted to said estate are hereby notified to nettle Huir a "count;! Immediately, and tho c who hive claim against said estate are notified to invent them ' within u year, or olhurwUe 1liey will not ue allxwcd. Kmima Otero ni? TIaca. MlCI'Kt, A. Otk.uo. I j.itt-ntio BACA. Las Vegas, August 1st. 1S7Í). AliilnlNtri.lors Nnle. AVill be sold at jniblic vendue on the I lili day of August, 187!), at 12 a in. near the public square, in Las Vc gas, X. M., by the undersigned to the luiihest bidder tor cash m liantl about 1800 Mexican Ewes and 800 lambs of the estate of Juan Perca, deceased. ALE J AND HO PEREA, Administrator. Aug. 5th 1873. 9-9t. AVISO rcitMco. Desde ei dtu 10 do Mayo de 1ST9 echn scpara'Io mi )iosi Maria Ysidora Martines de tu conyú ge general tenido durante 23 anos dando hoy uviso que desde esta fecha no ptigmi ninguna cuenta contraída por ella. LUCIANO MONTOYA For Sale. A First-class saw-nill. Known ns tho Bed Eiver Mills. A twenty -five horse power mill, nnd in per fect running order, Capacity 15,000 feet per day. Will t,cll ON GOOD TERMS to good parties.. Cull on or address W. COFFIN, Exchange Hotel. 'as Vegas, Ar. M. j-27-4w. Restaurant ANO City s J. GRAAF & CO. Frcsli Urcad, Mics, ami Cakes, of all fcimls' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. GROCERIES, TOBACCO AND CIGARS. Confectioneries, Fruits, etc, etc., etc. Ll& WEW MEXICO. THE FIKST AD VENT ' Having made arrangements with the for the Accommodation of the people and business men, 1 will be prepared on the arrival of the cars at Las Vegas to transfer ALL CLASSES OF FREIGHT to and from the depot with promptness. Also I will look after lost goods and attend to all matters appertaining to the business. BOOTH May 28f A 1879. OWN -LOTS At the new town of AVatrous, formely known as La Junta N. Junta 1. II. Depot. The location is well known, a beautifurvallcy,"rich farming country well supplied with water for irrigation aud.all" other pur poses. Natural good roads leading in every direction to its large surrounding agricultural and grazing country. G-ood Business IRoirrt A good business point second to none in Xew Mexico all it needs 3s"a few live stirring business men and nothing will hinder its progress. Try it. The 11. It. Depot will be in readiness to recicve and deliver freight here for all points surr undiug. Liberal inducements will be given to business men. S. 15. Watrous & Sox. La Junta N. M. LOCKHART, IN NEW LAS VEGAS. WILL Contract for Buildings of all without Furnishing materials. WILL also keep ou Hand LUMBER, DOORS, By strict attention to business we NEW MEAT MARKET. PASTOH & CO., PROPS. MAW ST., WEST OF PLAZA, LAS VEGAS- Choice Reef, Veal miú Muttosi alway on hand. Prices Moderate. The Market will be constantly Supplied with the very beet beef pro curable in tne country. LOOK OUT FOR THE LOCOMOTIVE. JAFFA BEOTHEES ! The well-known Firm for selling filled their store with al."V STOCK OF GENER AL, .IIERCIIAJDISE. Ilavinsrhada long experience made it a study to please their customers and all who favor them with their patronage, do now invite the pe)l'' of Las Vegas and Vicinity and all who may come to Las Vegas to buy goo.is, to call at their store and examine their goods aud get their prices and we are sure they will leave happy. Wo will receive orders by mail with care aud prompt attention, llespectfully, JAFFA BROTHERS akery9 citizens of Las Vegas to establish & HAMILTON. FOR SM.E! ! ADAMS 4 COI Kinds and Descriptions, with of SASH, AND BLINDS hope to receive a liberal share of pat goods cheaper than the cheapest, have in the Mercantile Business and having ForKMe. Good Mlllincrv and dress making business, Apply to Mr. Kice, 1'ost office. WANTD. Two good A No. 1 Salesmen who speak Spanish and English. No oth ers need to apply. Lest of references required. AdrcssBY LETTER, Isidor Stern. Las Vegas, N. M. Vcison & Anton Chico, Xew Mexico Commission Merchants AndDealersin Ceneral Merchand ise, Wool, Hides, Cattle and Sheep. Corrals, Stables and Forage Agency 291-tf W. E. CAKR, Dealer in Blank Books, Stationery, Pens, Pencils, Ink, Cigars and Tobaccos. Fine Cigars a Specialty. S3No. 3 Grand Ave , one door west of Ililty Bro'u. East Las Vegas. SAFE ! SAFE ! FOR SALE. ONE IT ALL'S PATENT DOUBLE BOOR FlltK AND UUIlGLAlt-PHOOF SAKE, with live plate burglar box and three-plate inside doors, with pigeon-lioles, hook spaces and drawers. Weight, 8,000 pounds. Parties wishing to purchase, can do so on KEASONABLE TERMS, by addressing, Bank of Southern Colorado, 328-3m. Trinidad, Colorado. LOPEZ & DELGADO DEALERS IN GENERAL ME 11 CIIAND1SE AND Traders in Cattle, Sheep and Wool. SAN LORENZO, N. M ra Ew 1879. Store of the lied Sign, South Side Has just received and is constantly DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Wliichwill be sold at prices that ly wpon receiving mor e goods, for PLANING- MILL. LAS VEGAS. The Undersigned is prepared to do to Order, such as Surfacing, Matching, Working and Everything Pertaininy to a Building. DRESSED OR ROUGH LUMBER FOR SALE JOHN B. W00TTN. jr. ROSEJVIIKILB & CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER, In General Merchandise and Outfitting Goods Las Vegas, New Mexico, Wool, Hides, Peltsand Produce generally bought for Cash or exchange at market priesa. THE CCnUEXCY OA'ESTi O V . Notwithstanding the lact that thnus"nts .fear people re nt present worrying tlicmschen nl most to death overthis vexed iiestion, even t tho extent of negleulimr their liiiHliifss, their nnd homes their 'inly to itieir families, Hiere r still thiiiisiuids u:míi t ousands of smart. hsrt working, inielügent men pouring inio the jrfnt Arkansas Valley, the Garden oil the West, v bent tlio AtchlMin, TopekH í; Santa fe I'nilruaii of fers them their dioico of ü.iWKi.oco iirres ot th lincst farming lands in the world at almost their own prices. Ii jon do not believe n, write t the undersigned, who will tell you where yon can get a cheap land exploring ticket, and how, at a modor itc expense, you can see for youiktl and be convinced. AV. F. WHITE, General Pastcitger and Tivkr Agent, Toieka,Kana KOTIIE. ALL PERSONS are hereby notiílcd against trespas'lng by herding sheep unil cattle within the boundaries of the Beck trant, which are described as follows: On the north, "ha boundary ol the Ortiz grant and the table land of the Agungc d. hi Yegua; on tho south, thu Pecos river j on the east, the table land of Pa jarito : and on the west, the point of the tablt land of the Chupnincs. All persons trespass ing on said grant and violating this notice will be held liable fr the damage caused thereby. G. W. STONEltoAD, und Others. Lnnri Office.1 Land ofeice at Santa Fe, N. M. ) July 18th, 1879. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has tiled notieo of his iutcntion to make proof in sup port of his claim, and secure final entry thereof at the expiration of thirty days from the date of this notice, viz, Ferdinand Knauer of San Miguel Co. for the S. W. S. AVr. Sec. 4, S. i S. E. and S. E. S. W. Sec. 5, 4 N. 22 E. and names the following as his witnesses, viz: Ygnacio Esquibel of San Miguel Co, aud Calistro Gurulc of San Miguel Countv. JOHN C. DAVIS. 331-5t. liegister. lFurnilmc Store F. C. OGDEN, Proprietor, Lni Vrpis, Scn Jlexiro. Having lately replenished my Fur niture Store, in the Hays Building, on South Second Street, l would re spectfully inform the citizens of Las Vegas and vicinity that I will supply them, at cheap rates, with all classes of Furniture chairs, tables, sofas, bureaus, bedsteads, etc. Come and look at mv goods and price them. 280. ' F. C. OGDEN. C. W. PARR. PLASTERER Office in East Las Vegas ----- New Mexico of Public Square, Las Vegas, JST. M. receiving a large and assorted stock o GROCERIES, LIQUORS, Etc., will please everybody. Buyers can ve- less money, than elsewhere. . M. all kinds of Planing Mill Work Flooring & Ceiling, Mouldings