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One V. eel;. On . 1 (Hi 111 IV Hill! C Head v; í!(m iur dining room at r.xehange Mo', el Smta. Fe. Aman oí r.pcriTe with gd recommenda tions. Aply for iuibrmatiou at ( azi tti: i.iiv. A. M. Jankh has tom.itocs. Sweet potatoc', California fruit &c. c. New May for Snlc. At La Junta, N. M. -JH-tt' S. B. Watrous & Son. From Fort Union, about 3 months nr a gray mare branded B on left check and a small cult about six months old. The colt hail a halter or. "Will pav $10 reward for their return to me. ' challes ÜOITMEIEK. SK. IU T ltMLS. On or r.oirr th' nf-roF skptüm ier,Ms inii'i;, W.nil. n.wi'TriiM.U, w ill open a selu-t Sde.'il in the ivnn non' in 'procesa of erect inti on tlw inemue- f tho Pre luterian niiHsioii. sl- will teai'li five Ih.w- a dar uml Uve ilaysi.i :i uu-li. I-. very ;h!s will lie taken to m ike t un execlle .! !. 1 ami ittru' Uve to the iiiijiilií. Tin' lonni will In: '.'U l":n 1--I1-eil, neat ami cnnimoiliou-, woil l'írhled inri ventilated, mil in Hie Hii;r wímI wantiiel Tin. public -are invltcl to ex-inline the rmim when i Miall b!Conii)li3teil Tlie teiitiswif' beM.W er month, i.ivu!)lu monthly. No ileihtrt ion will he ma le Inr alienee, eept in i'-o of sieknoss Unless the y,till isnlHirtt one week, uml . hen he pupil hallh:ivelji't"al)-.e!itoriti week, (there toiving been un illerss to prevent iitteinlMnee). theseut will he con Ueireil vacant unit given to he-next applicant. Pupil. vri'!l lie rep.-R'vel in be nnief of ajiplicatioa A .lc.ifi'iii slmnH he inaile to the untlcr.-illicit until Ivii.-a Wonii arrives. 1 brieve- Mi-s W001I to he well vnalifiol to make tl'i conteinnlnti il fchool snr'i an one the citizens el T.as gas vi.tiM ilesl-.-c. Her tt-slinionmU re of u very hijfli ami batistai'ii'try lian.e.N.r. JOHN A. ANNTN.. Liw Ve.inJuly, 3n, 13. For a L'ood shave g' to Judd's Barb er Shop Exchange Hotel. 1 w. Turkish Prunes at JafkaUros. CharTcs W'.ieelock, jirchictcet, lias been retained by Lockiiart & Co. to (superintend all their buildings, lie is an accompli felted architect mJ buil der. ;' First class carpoaters should go to Jjockhart & t'o. for steady employ ment at good wag-es Curraiat Jaffa Buos. For a good Hair Cut goto Juki.- Barber shop,. Excii:uige llotci. Try' hi 111.I w.. The celebrated California clothing at . Jaffa Bugs.. I Thojtbiniug mill ot'Lockh.u't Sc Co. is in full operation lurniiig out all of linisiicd lumber and building materials vaiuoi nía. uiauivci.x, 1111; uvm iiii .h. at Jaffa Bros. 1 . 1 í : in .... 1. . . 1. .. K., , ' I Blank, books, s.'.iiiotiei v, pens, pen cils and. Ink at, East Vegas Stal ionery j and. Xoi ion Store. 4-lv. A. new lot of Jin ii's ha!s just recei ved Ll J.'. I'FA lii,CS. Charley Jewel t is deteriiiiiv d to be in his new iiouse- next M.ond,iy riglu or wrong. He Ls ready 1 o go and lie is goiug- Three kutudries in ihe new town. Lockhart, Adams Co want a force of good Carpenters to work on 1 Ikj Hot Spring bath. house.. E ery thing that the nci'.ry traveler wants can be obtained at tlieOyicr Bay lt.estanrant .and Eating llou-i (-1 Con. vj: a NT, Lo ftus tiud Wool) a a ;s. Near Depot. G. J. Schwinule has opened a feed store at Lowelliug & Olds Corral. Üupo" & Castle in F.ast Vegas are betiiug in a. lieavy slock of lumber mish, doors blinds painters stock etc. They have m a good building and a h'.rge yard lull of choice lumber. They are liberal advertisers and ( uce have their hands lull of profit able business'.. Courteous and oblig ing, with a wide field before them, t hey are boaiul ljJ build up a large business DISTRICT COl'RT. The attorney general presented an information aiiint Janifs B. Gra liaui charging the- murder of Archu leta at Pajarito. Ou motion supported by atlidavit the case M'as continued until the next term. I). Jones was lined 10 on a plea ol carrying concealed weapons. The divorce suit by Mary AVagucr against Theodore Wagner was diMuis ed on the plaiutills motion. The caso of Antonio K. Mares was continued til.', the next term and set down preemptorily for the first day. This is a charge of murdering A. L. Johnson. The embezzlement case against Mauricio Tapia was dismissed. The case ot Jose líamirtz and Mi guel Casias on a charge of receiving stolen property was dismissed. in the ease of Chapman and Elkins against Strauss u judgment was enter ed for plaint ilf for po-ssiou of the lauds of the Ortiz (rmi. The case of Chapman again 4 Mills was dismissed. The appeal case of George Dearmg against Noah Dunn was tried by a jury to assess damages to fixtke value of the property replevied by Dunn, and the value of the property was fix ed at $75. Iii.it little other business was tran sacted the attorneys not beingprcpar ed ror tri.il of causes. Ci'Uditetor Quigley's train brought dou n passengers Sunday evening. All the- trains of late have been crowded. It is estimated that the cars have brought in 800 passengers dur ing the last month. Of t hese bat few have returned, the return passengers ((.tiling mostly from down the country;. One party of four last week were from Chihuahua, bound for Indianapolis, one of the gentlemen was an army surgeon during the war, he settled in tin1 country and ha resided there L-iüev.. Nearly the entire number of liioso ai iv'ng on the train are now in the city, by so much adding to its en terprise,intelligence and capital. Las Vegas is bound to be the great city of Xew Mexico and the new comers arc wide awake to that fact. Let ( hem conic!' The more the better as there is abundant room. IJow to Ite Huitd Humored. To be of good cheer in- this days of he.it and dust and tlios you ought to be comfortably homed and well fed; to be romfortaiily homed and well fed patronize the E.xciiangk Hotkey there you iiud ventilated rooms; shady placitas iiMi.d with the aroma of a thousand llo-wers; cxcelleuily season ed meaU and a bar laughing with le mons and oranges and the best liquors and Cigars. Uclil lor 1'os.iaie. The followiug letters arc held ni the I'ostoilice on siccoimt of iiisuiii ei.'iit jiostage: Mrs. Charlotty Foster ti3, Green St.. Toronto, CniMda; Geoi '.ce Si-vey, Parsons. Kansas; Win. Iloag, Trinidad, ("blondo. Sw Ii'!ij; itiic. The rnterprising firm of Herbert Sc Co , this city, have received a new slock of drugs, medicines, and every -hing in that line and will open out n branch store in the addition for the bet ter accommodat ion of the public. They do not ropose to be behind in the drug busin.'es. j .iu-st Jieeeiveil j Another ear load of eastern lumber I huh, plukets, sash doors etc. etc. by liri'K & Caktlk. -4t -- FriMi) the top. of the hill three miles In-low town a magnificent scene of mi'.urtd beauty is jireseiited. The view lakes in nil the valley in wlvich I'uniern ville is-situated. High moun tains are in sight to t'ie- west and north while the rocky blulls iorming the cannoni through which the river (h.ws, adils wildness to the scene. The visitors wdio come to the city in search of plettsure should not miss Ibis scene of natural beauty. Blanchard is pmting an iron roof on Charles Maleys new house. It is the lirit in the New Town. A letter to the Chiettgo Tiuws says: upwards of fifteen thousand people annually visit and hatha- im the Ar kansas hot springs. There is no reason why an equal or "renter number should not an- r-, ------ - nnally visit the spr.ino- here. The waters are of equal value while the climat:- ..ml scenery arc far superior.. Grndliiff Contracts. From W. II. Morley, in charge of construction, we get a statement in reference to grading south of here. The contracts have been let to the following parlies: I). I). Streeter '20 milps Alexander Levi 10 Kouutz & Jones. t " John Scott 7 " McCarthy & lloman Í5 " A. A. lliitchins '2 " Simons&" Degnon 1 " Clark & Life y . " v. n p.hisii & Co 10 i i Edwards ic Townoir ' 7 " i Win. Garland 7 " ! M. Collejr 4 i 70 miles. ! Large fwrces of ?ngincrrsare busily ! engaged in preparing the surveys for jthe work. The division engineers with partres are A. A. Holmes, P. F. I Kíindall, John Fititon, "W. A. Drake, j j Charles Thornton wad Fred Leach jr. Jn addition to these Messrs. Holinan Kingman, Miiler and Burr are at the ! head of parties prosecuting surveys eiill further south. There wilT son i be a heavy forse of men stretched all along the line and the dirt will ll y in a lively ma-nner between this paint and the liio-Grande. I'erNonnlH. 3Ir. H. J. Chard and family have removed from their old stand to the addition, where they Avill soon have their house- completed. Mr. A. B. Jones and family are up from La Cinta and are at the Exchange. Among the stock men: from the Pan handle, in town are Capt. W. II. Price and M. Devine. "Win. Malboeuf from Otero has open ed up a harness shJ) in new town. Mr. Gonzales was passing through on hi way to the M. E. church con ference lit La Junta. Miss Allio Davis came in from Santa Fe yesterday, and was warmly greeted by her many friends. She with Mrs. Davis are slopping at Judge iUibbeH's. liev. Gonzales, pastor of the M. E. Church at Peralta, deliverd a short discourse in Spanish at tthe Presbyter ian church, after the close of the sab bath school, sunday last. Mrs. Dr. Davis of St. Louis was amoap the passengers from the east Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. Gillerman of Tip-tonville- were among the arrivals by train last evening. Mr. anil Mrs. W. C. Givens came 'up by private conveyance last night from Santa Fe. They will make this their periftanent abiding place. Mr. John Dick, Superintendent of Dick & Brothers' (uiuey Brewing Co, Quincy, Illinois, has been in the city some days, the guest of Mr. John Dougher. The beer of Dik Brothers is noted throughout the west for su perior quality. Mr. D. is a very plea s;uit gentleman andhasma.de litis trip on business and pleasure. He will take the train this morning for home. ftecoiwl Annual ritminciircniciit, The public Examination and Second Annual Commencement of the Las Veg-is CoHeire will take place in the Coiloo-e, Hall, August 1 " 1 1 1 . at S-.:io a. niv The President and Faculty have issued invitations generally to- the friends and patrons of the school. The first job of resawing at Lock hart & Co. planing mill Mas-on the Jewell, Hotel building. The ordinary siting is plained on both sides then sawed through making two boards from one. This is as iood work as can be done at Chicago and insures a line appearance for the hotel. Eaale Saw AND I Kl YARD. 1!Y T: ItOMEIiOi WOOTTEN, PER THOUSAND. at their Lumber Ytiril, af tho itluii.itatf Mill, o .íOlm B.Woottcn, (JjfLenv your orders at the store of T. Komero Bro'., & Son. Las Vkoas,, Nkw Mkx --Dealer in Fancy -roceries9 Fi3im9 Produce &e.9 &c BETWEEN SOUTH-WEST Cor. PLAZA. AND GAZETTE OFFICE Lns Vegas 1 Xew Jfcjct'co. j J!)-Ci)t. JLiis Vegas Transfer Co -Does a FREIGHTING BUSINESS, TO AND FROM ll. II. DEPOT. COUNTRY. Advances cnarges oai freight and collecting on delitery. A Cafeful an' lTomnt At tern 1011 ffivffn io!aii iDEIlS CO'S STOllESv OLD 'AND NEWTOWN. FKA.NK OHAPMAK l$froteuul DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE NOKTII-WEST COUNER PUBLIC SQUACE. LAS VEGAS, ALBEUT. C. KITE, Wholesale and 'E & EASTER p.T'L-.MWlWT?!iWTirg.T1 SASII. DOOIv-S AND Mouldings'Siding, ing, Paints, and Oils. ing Paper. Etc., Paint '.Brushes, Plaster Paris, l'laster, Hair and E Cement.. Will Give Estimates na all Kinds 0 lliiilúteig MST Country Dealers will do well to call on us before purchasing' Elsew liere RAILROAD AYE EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M General TO AInY P'AKT OF THE CITY OIS duwausb mirumuu iu mv run-. AT J. GIIAAF &7 SMITh & HOTTOX, Jlanogto, ( í ami Retail NEW MEXICO FRANK AV. CASTLE. Retail Dealers in. 'ill Ceiling, Floor Glass, Build- V ON WOW