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'JfcUMS: One Wk $ 25 Oi.e M.ii.lh 1 0 Ci'ic j t-fii- 10 00 Wanted A good cook. Apply at Judge HniBKM.'s. t'nnted . Tletid waiter for dining room fit Exchange i í o : 1 1 íanta Fe. Aman of experience i-h good recommenda tion. Appy l',r information at ÜA-KTTB olJ'ee. A white, M irtiiiiiM lrai(lod cape for V&by's clonk, between the Hot Springs fail the J'i.ia, or between Hie phr.aand Last í.:n Vegas. Th üa- ( nth. at the inal hour 7: 3d P. dr h í'm ivttier a favor by leaving tl.e dt iik tit this düee. row tract l.rt. The contracts for hotel nnd bat!, housa at the hot Springs were let to day by Mr. Dickenson. Mr. T. C. Martsolf, has the contract for everything except raa?on Work on the hotel. Mr. M. is a large contrac tor nml builder, lie is from Pitis burg, Pa., and has been nt Wichita and now lias a $7,CCO building in pro gress in Trinidad for a dry goods store lie is permanently located hero and is associated with his brother in busin ess in Trinidad. Mr. Frank Adams has the carpenter work on the bath house. Meters. J. Vfr. Mills and Joseph Cor- kiiis have the contract for masonry work and plastering on bath house and hotel. Dirine frvic. Bishop Merrell, of the M.E. Church will preach at the I'icsbyti.viau church in Hi place Sunday evening August M. "V. E. Carr feelh '-Sweet Capoidl,' 'Durham" mil "ilnppy Thoughts" smoking Tobacco East Vegas. 4-tw. A. M. Janes has tomatoes, Sweet potiiloe.s Cutiioruia fruit &c. Ac. ' l!'iy fv Sale. At La Juniii. X. M. 23-tf S. B. AVatrous & Son. FSv MI m- Reward. . fitravel from Green's Binch, one sorrel pi:;v miw, l' ir years old. four v 1 1 i t frt. ii! in the face, dim brain I of letter D. on near fore shoul der, a little hifii' in ticar front foot. I will pay tlh! ibove reward for any information tli it will i'-ad to her re covery. Leave, at Chicago Shoeing shop. Yvr. B. Dkmi'Sey Las Voí'ns, X. M. Os "ii w.orjT T'fv "roK skptkm ler, Minii An U-i-i W.m'l. ii'iw ofTrinl'lu I, will open ii s?!ui fechool in the room now if Vrow of eiTo(in on lh' yniul-e of tlio rres hvteriun mission. She will t ti live hour n (lav mil live 'lay in ft week Kvcry ) U.is wiU-he titken to rruku it an ei;ollent i-Phoul and utlrw tlvu to the pupils. Tho w.im will bo w.'li II 11 cil, neat nnd eomnioilioii, well lighted and entila!é'l, :imt in tl.e ln.or well uiimiod The jn:l;l;c are inviie 1 to i-xunme the room when H shall be comrlHted. 'J )" tcvr. wil be S3, CO per Io:.tli, jvivable monililv. X deduction will be ma le for til ence, exc.i'iir in ev.c of sickness, unless the put-It isuli.eiit one week, nml '-v hen he pni tl shall have been til 'entone week, (there hfivirg been no tllniw to prevent attendance) , tbcteut. will be eonsllend m-mh nnd given to he next &p! Joint. PupT.a wi:l be registered in thu order of tppl'i'nt'im . A iiplic.tt inn should bo mudo to the uhtlea-ifjiicd linlil M:s Wood nrrlves. 1 believe Miss Weed H t well qualified to riiake this eonttmplnUd helnnil tuch an one '. tho citizcim ol Ins Vsas wiild deniie. Her tcslimoniiils re of ii very bluh nd sutislnetóry chaiaetor. JOIIÍÍ A. ANXJTX. l.tH vgw July, so, 1:t:9. Showers yesterday evening. - For a jrood shave ffo to Jikld's Darb" cr Shop Kxehanjre Hotel. I w. Turkish Trunes at J a fía Bros. The world licnowned "Sultana' and "Home circle" cigars at V. E. Carrs. 4-1 w. Currants at Jaffa Bros. For a good Hair Cut go to J enn's Barbershop, Exchange Hotel. Try him.lw. The celebrated Cdiforui.i. clothing at Jaffa Buos. i-- California BUiukcts, the beat made at J A 'FA Buos. . V - Blauk books, statioüfi y, pelts, pen cils an. I Ink at, K'ast Vois Stationery and Notion Store. 4-lw. t- . . A new lot of men's hats just recci- Ted at Jaffa Bros. J -- - Every thing that the weary traveler wanrs can be obtained at tiieOystt r liay llcstau -ant find Eating Hoiice of Constant, Loftus and Woodak d,;s. Near Depot. if. ' Go to IiKnr.n's news depot and get your papers at publishers prices. Harper's Leslies, J'olico News, Ga sette nn all pittorals at ten cents at IIkbku's news depot. Any daily you waat for $1,25 per month at Ukh ton's news deuol. -- KeHvuel I.timbfr. Wc now have on hand a completo stock of reasoned Lumber andaré ad ding to our 6tock daily. IIriE & Castlk. Bai roftil Ave. opposite Depot. The fol!ov,'in;i iems '"ownerning Lincoln comity ar? gathered from the Jlettitht JTews: J. A. Tomilbon Esq. is reorganizing tho Lincoln county militia: Major John Do Limey has been appointed stitllerof the organi zation. From 40 to CO claims have been made in the Siena Capitán, No gal, S'etra Blanca and White Oaks. Quite a number of men ai working in there mines constantly. 2lr. Ellis has a mine, the rock from which assays $"72 in gold to the ton. The white )ik district is coming to the front ;'No, Messers Dowling, "Watts and Gill owning some very rich loads in that district. Corn shows up well bnt v. heat will fall short about a half. Hay is now selling at about $C0 per ton. Everything is quiet, more so in fact than it has been since its sel I lenient. The streets are very muddy since the rain. A few side walks would be in good play uow. The Trinidad Keivs gives quite ex tensive" account of the death of Mc pherson the man who was wounded a few nights since. "We desire to cor rect this statement, as Mr Mci'herson is not dead but on the contrary is do ing petty well considering the sever itvof the wound. Among the many enterprising hack and stage lines now in operation we notice that of Morrow & Buckley's. This is a first-class line, and are doing a good business. Their hacks will run night and day between the Springs and East and West Las Vegas. Ac commodation first-class and at low rates. Two good rams have visited this vi cinity within (he last two days. Thur sday it rained steady, nearly all the fiflernoon and fore part of the night. The rain in Ihe mountains must have been very heavy as the rivers and ace quias have been ful! to over ilowiitg. The grass will now start up again and make the surrounding countiy look green. General Strong, Superintendent of Ihe rail road, viil arrive by special train this morning. Hon. Miguel A. Otero and family are among lee prominent arrivals. They are visiting with friends in town. Lorenzo Labadio1 is in attendance at court. Jesus Ma. Gallegos of San Hilario was among our callers yesterday. Win. "Kroenig U over from La Junta looking after business matters (L W. Gregg of La Juntá is stop ping at the Exchange. (!or,. Cosgrove of the Pecos stage lino arrived yesterday. Jas. Whitmore of Gallinas Springs is hi town. Mr. Al. Houghton is just recovering from quite a severe attack offerer. Doctors Kelly and Todd are among the late arrivals in Las Vegas. Thess gentleman have come to town for the purpose of making this their futuré boma and practicing their profesión as dentists if they can obtain suitable rcoms. The Hon. W. G. Ttitch Secretary of the Terr'noryjof New Mexico, is one of the prominent arrivals in town this week. Las Vegas is becoming quite an important poii.t for the gathering Uogether of the Territorial officials as (iov. Jicw W allace is also in town. They could not come to abetter place to iprnd few weeks. Secretary lEitchcanbe found at the Exchange HotcL JÍOTICE. M.E Dfiiii ft érente. This Mission Conference of New Mexico Mission of the M. E. Church will be neld at La Junta, commencing Aug. 13th 1379. Bishop Merrill of Chicago will pre side. The Bishop will preach at La Junta, Sunday morning (Aug. 17th) at 10. SO o'clock A. sr. and probably at the PrcsbyL-rian church at Las Vegas in the evening. The programme will be as follows: Essays axo Sermons. Preaching each afternoon and even ing, during ihe session. An Essay from each preacher, in English or Spanish, or both, as follows: Juan Garcia, Cristo la Cabeza de la Iglesia. J. M. Brown, the Love of God Benito Garcia, Como son llamados los Ministro al ministerio. John Steed. The power of tho press. Tablo Salazar, Como podemos mejor ganar almas? Matthiesoa, The old world. Blas Gu tierres, La Iglesia Verdadera. D. W. Callee, Missionary Zeal. Ambrosio Gonzales. La Historia del Protestan tismo en Nuevo Méjico. Thos. Har wood, Trials and t riunphs of mission ary work. Marcos Bareht, La justifica ción por la fé. O. P. McMains, Temperance. Dealer in Produce &c, & BETWEEN SOUTH-WEST Car. VlAZX AND GAZETTE OFFICE Las Vegas, .2few Mexico. j -9-30t. JLas Tesas "Transfer 9 Mexico. The Massachusetts and New Mexi co Mining Tompany have had com pleted for their mill and mine the fol lowing machinery. One eighty-horse power llodley stationary engine, one hoisting engine, one eighty and one forty-horse power .boilers, one crush er, two-pulverizers, 4,500 feet of tub ing for carrying compressed air with fittings etc.; all of the above can be scn at George T. McLauthlin & Co's on Pillion street, Boston, for a short time; the bahince of the machinery- has been contracted for and includes four liner Hock drills, one Clayton Air compressor, four Excelsior "grinding and amalgamating pans, two settlers, one agitator, one concentrating tabled slcam p'unp "shafting' pulleys, belts', etc., also lathee, drills, tools, etc.which will enable the company to keep their machinery at ell times i'l perfect order: as soon as the balance is completed it will be shipped to tho mine and set upat once; the prospects for dividends look favorable at an early date after mill is in running onYev.JJintiiy Jiecord. Xtte. Land QjoncE, Santa Fk, N M.l July 31st 1871). J, " Notice is hereby given that the fol lowingnamed settler-shave tiled notice of intention to make final proof in support of their claims and secure tiuAl entry theeeof on the expiration of thirty drm i'rom the date of this notice, viz; Charles T. Moore Prempiion state ment No. 204 for the N. W. 1 N. IS. i Section 7 Township 4 North cfliange 24 East. The claimant names the fol lowing persons as his witnesses to pro ve his clivim, Cormacti H. Moore of San Mijji'.el Co. and Harry B. Henry oí San Miguel tfi. Janes 1). Moore Preemption state ment No. 264 for tho S. S. W. Sec. (, Town-hip 4 North of Bauge 21 Kat, and S. E. . E J Sccti-on 1, Town.vhip 4 North of liange 2,3 East. The claimant names thy" following persons as h. witness to prove his claim. Cormach L. Moore of San Mi uiiel Co. and líaivv B. Henrv of San Minuet Co-. JOHN C. DAVIS, 8o3-5t. .Register. Land Office Santa Fk, N. M. July 31st 1879. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowingnar.ied setiiers have ti.'ed notice of intention to make final proof in support of their chums and secure entry thereof on the expiration of thirty days from tho date of this notice, vi:: Robert 1 Henry Homestead appli catiyn No 233 For the E. 1 S. E. See. 1 Township 4 North of Range 23 East. The claimant names the following persons as his witnesses to prove his claim. Harry B. Henry of San Miguel Co. and Corinaeh 11. Moore of San Miguel Co. liarrv B. ITcnrv' Preemption state ment No. 165. For t he N. h S. W. Ü and W. i S. E. 1 Sec. 2 Township 4 Nort h Range 23 East. . The Claimant names the following persons as his witness to prove his claim, Robert B. Henry of San Miguel Co. and Cormach II. Moore- of San Miguel Co. Cormach IT. Moore Preemption statement No, 164 For the S. S. W. Sec. 5 and S. S. E. Sec. 6 Township 4 North of Range 23 East. The Claimant names the following persons as his witnesses to. Prove his churn, Robert P. Henry of San Miiruel Co and Harry B. Henrv of SanMiguel Co. JOHN C. DAVIS, 833-6t. Register. Dors a General FREIGHTING BUSINESS. TO AND FROM K. R. DEPOT, TO ANY PART OF THE CITY Olí COUNTRY. Advances charges on freight and collecting on delivery. A Careful an Prompt Attention given to all business intrusted to my care. LEAVE ORDERS AT J. GRAAF & CO'S STORES. OLD AND XT I? SJnrh & IIUTTOX, Managers: FEANK CHAPMAN Wholesale and Retail DEALER IN SEN EH AL MERCHANDISE KORTII-ff EST CORNER PUBLIC SQUARE. LAS VEGAS, ALBERT. C. KITE. NEW MEXICO FRANK W. CASTLE.. Yholerale end Rotai! Dealers In NATIVE & EASTERN LUMBER, SAsll. DOORS AN!) Mouldings'Sidiiig, Ceiling, Floor ing, Paints, and Uils. Glass, Build ing Paper. Etc., Paint Brushes, Plaster Paris, Plaster, Hair and Cement. Will Give Bdiinntes on all Kinds of Building Mi Orders Filled SOL Mriiyeil or Ntoln. From near iJmm'i runcli ei.il of Lns Vepys Wodnosil iy nitfhr, .hilv, .'Klih, 1ST!) u HrruwlHirmv rutin horie, 1.1 niimU liish. l hind f;t white n(!tiy tillinpj liitiilei) W with ox yoVp unili'r it. on It'll hip nnrt ülmuMer; i boiit sin years ol'l, hni li:miv8 marks uml iuilillo nitiika; aUn Mil-ill whou ctiir In f.-phe:i(l. A rewiinl of $10 M ill be given fov his ri'liirn to me Ht Hilly llios. wet I us VeiiiiH, or $.1 reward for lul'ormmioii icii'liti;? to his recovery. HE.NUV MUSSOX. ON Country Dealers will do well to call on us before purchasing Elsewhere, RAILROAD AYE. EAST LAS VEGAS, N. &L