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Wfi.ll 4r-ans'm,'!'--1,,e t'oat-Otlieew il U- o.cd ttiilv, except Sunday, from . :.I0 A. M., tint' " r- m. . Ji n Mail la-nvci Ln6ef?as, daily, at 's a i., arrive nt 7 P. M. ,, . v,ierii3l.-tavcsU9 e?as, 4nily, at m... arrive at 7i'.. Mail cius cs ut 3 -IV Ml!.-Leaves Les Vrpas, Pally I ij a. arrives dully from the south ftl 8 . m. Mail closes at 7 o'clock a. m. Vita Mail. Leaves Las Vegus.at 7 A. m. rives nt 7 a m. , Muí I .Leaves Ln esras Saturdays at 8 a. m., arrives rri-lays at r. m. 3, No monev order issued or paid, nor let ters rcuUteved" tifler 4 p. m. T. i CiiAi'MAx; Postmaster. t 'IS lP55t5f I.orfsc No. 2.-i A.l'.A A- M ' ,,-., ;. on , he We ne-dav of each month Ve J.'ifi the lull ot t!u; moon ut the Masonic I tall, 'til r-i 1 st rent, lictwceu South 2d ami 3d MrU. liarles Hiele!, Sec" v. i'Siiireh XHo í're.Hylerinii luireli Morninsf mid evenmK Ri-rvicei lfl: i: A . M. ami 7: SO P. M. Mindav school in th" nff'rnoon. Pastor, Lev. T A Annm, to le foumi at his rcbidcnco im n.odhilMy adjoiiihiKthc Church, ('.copal Iinreh. Rev. II. Forrester. s,v iri's in ( oiirt House, north id pluaa, cverv Suniay at 11): SO A. M., aud 8 P. 31. Ail hit c initially invited. Time Card. West bound Stations East bound I.-av.'. 11:3-- A. M. Otero V M 4:10 Avriv " 12:20 i. M. Porsey " 3:30 " " i:) ' Maxwell " 2:.ri0 " " I::,") " Springer " 1:55 " 2:1') " Oca'fi " 1:1" " " a :.V) " Wagon M nind " 12:01 " i ::;.- " Tipton A. M. 11.1.") " " Watrous " 10:05 " 1:21 " Romero " f:25 " Arrive 7:15 " Las Vepis " 8:35 " Trains run by Jefferson City time .-." minutes faster than local time Trains meet at Springer. MST OFAKRIVAI.S. r.KOhnnK" lEotcJ. "W. A. Givens and wife. Santa Fc; V,'. A. Kohinson, Si. Louis; Wm. II. ív.v I'.nichuiati: D. AV. Horn. Las A nimas; AV. A. Coopor and wife. To S.eka Kan.; (1. AV. Greirg. La Junta; AV. OofTvjy and Robert Smith, St. If.oiiis; Jewetl's Hotel. Joe. O. I'.rieu, Kansas City; II. T. Hedges, II. t Springs; C. C. MeCoiuas, arned Kan.; 0. L. Sephcns, U. S. A.; J, 0. Ilochralh M.Coffey and S.Smith St. Louis; .las. D. liare, Trinidad; Mr. ; ÍMeCormiek, Washington Iowa; E. Wilcox and E. E. Wilcox, Hutchinson Kan.; I ?.laiily House. W. A. Robinson, St. Louis; A. Kf.ne Hurlingion Iowa; Jam pa Seplieiion, Pueblo;-' John S. Burr, Kinsley Kan. Thomas Spans, Iowa; Sam. Williams. Keokuk Iowa; T. Martine. Lake ('ity, Kilmond Ilenrv, Canon City: J. C J'.allard, Pueblo; Lee Smith, Pueblo; .1. Foot. Carson Civ; J. M. Quigley, Frank. P. Stiles and Jolra H. Fox. Trinidad. Wngner.s Hotel Fred Eoth, Las Colonias; J. Flint and J. Levy, Leadvilio Col.; J. R. Pallard, Pueblo; Lee Smith and Son Pueblo; - Fanillitre iStore F. C. OGDEN, Proprietor, lia Veens, New Mexico. Having lately replenished my Fur niture Store, in the Hays Building, on South Second Street, I would re spectfully inform the citizens of Las Vegas and vicinity that 1 will supply 1 hem. at cheap rates, with all classes of Furniture chairs, tables sofas, bureaus, bedsteads, etc. Come and look at my goods and price them. 280. F. (3. OGDEN. MISS L. O. CONNOR. Dressmaker & Tailoress Would Inform thn Ladles of Las Vepas and SuiToiindln Country that she is prepnrcd to do nil kinds dressmnkii.K uttinK mid Filling also ent!em:ins Clothing, havlnjr h:ul lonR Kxjicr ii'nee. Siiliáfuetion (tuai'iMiileU. Room at the M.lliner shop of Mrs. ü. C. Booth near the .rre.-ibvtertun Churcli. KOT F ATT, to send lor our NKW PRICK LIST. Mure eoinnluto than ever. CoriDilns (lescrlptions of every tlmivr reauiml fur vraonal or fumilu v-".t, with over 10119 Illustiaiiuns. Semi nino ei'iits for It. Stii!nl: vlli do. ) We soil nil goods at wliniei'nle priros in niiantitios t su;t thupur- chiisVr. The only inslitui; :i AiiurlrawüO Il,:iki. I his their siihi lal liii'ni."!.s. Aililross, MOMOOM I.UY WAKIl & CO., 317 & VT:is1i Ave, Chh .ujo, 1113. For Sale. A First-elasf saw-mil. Known as the Eed Eiver Mills. A twenty-flvc horse power mill, nnd in per fect running order. Capacity 15,000 lect per day. Will sell ON GOOD TERMS to good parties. Call on or address W. COFFIN, Exchange Hoicl. Las Vegas, N. M, j-21-iw. Restaurant (City Bakery? J. GRAAF & CO. Fresh Bread, Pics, kinds, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. GROCERIES, TOBACCO AND CIGARS. Confectioneries, Fruits, etc, etc., etc. LAS .VJS W MEXICO. THE FIRST ADVENT Having made arrangements with the citizens of Las Vegas to establish for the accommodation of the pcoplo and business men, I 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 1 will look after lost goods and. attend to all matters appertaining to the business. BOOTH Jiffy 28t 1879. LOTS At the new town of Watrous, form Jim in. K. l. Denot. The location is farming country well supplied with water for irrigation aiulall other .'pur poses. . ' Natural good road.s leading in every direction to its laygc surrounding agricultural and grazing country. Good 23"U.sriL33Lss3 Point A good business point second to none in New Mexico all it needs is"a few live siirrinr business men aud nothinir will liinder its progress. Try it. The U. I.'. Dtmot will be in readiness to recievc and deliver freight here for all points surrutindimr. Liberal induccmeuts'will be given to business men. LOGKHART, IN NEW LAS VEGAS. WILL Contract for Buildings of all Kinds and Descriptions, with of without Furnishing materials. WILL also keep on Hand LUMBER, DOORS, SASH, AND BLINDS By 6trict attention to business we hope to receive a liberal share of pat NEW MEAT MARKET. PAXT03T & CO., PROPS. MAIN ST., WEST OF PLAZA, LAS VEGAS- Clioice Beef, Veal and Mutton alway on fiaiiti. Prices; Moderate. The Market will be constantly Supplied with the very beet beef pro curable in the country. LOOK OUT F0R THE LOCOMOTIVE. JAFFA BKOTHEES ! The well-known Firm for Belling goods cheaper than thechcapest, have filled their store with -.- " JEIéECfmlT lE"MERCMXJniSE. Having had a long experience made it a study to please their customers and all who lavor them jvith their patronage, do now invite the people of Las Vegas aud Vicinity and all who may come to Las Vegas to buy goods, to call at their store and examine their goods and get their prices and we are sure they will leave nappy. We will receive orders by mail with care and prompt attention, ltespectfully, JAFFA BROTHERS! and Cakes, ot all & HAMILTON. POR SMaEH el y known as La Jtinta N. well known, a beautiful.valley, 'rich S. 1). Watrous fc Sox. La Junta N. lr. ADAMS I CO! TCIl OFGEWEM- in the Mercantile Business and having Dealer in Blank Books, Stationery, Pens, Pencils, Ink, Cigars and Tobaccos. Fine Cigars a Specialty. 5l3"Xo. 3 Grand Ave, one door west of Hilty JJro'a, East Las Veteas. Colegio de Santa Maria, MOEA. HIT. zm:., Ingles y Español.) Pension y enscflanya, por diez meses, $200. On Se paga en dinero y productos del pala. So comienza la esencia el primer lunes do Koviein bre, Diríjanle al Hermano David, 200-1 y Presidente. LOPEZ DELGADO DEALERS 1N G E JV E 11 A L 3ÍEE C1IÁNB1SE ANO Traders in Cattle, Sheep and Wool. SAM LORE'JZO, N. M T2 SAFE FQf? SALE. ONE IT ALL'S PATENT DOUT.LE DOOÍl FIRE AND HUUGLAIl-PUOOK SAl'K, with live plate burglar box and tlirec-plutc inside doors, with ignnn-holes, book .spaces and drawers. Vel0-lit, B.OuO pounds. Parties wishing to purchase, can do so cn REASONABLE TEMIS, by addressing, Bank of Southern Colorado 328-3m. Trinidad, Colorado . 1879. ISIDOR Store of the lied Sign, South Side of Public Square, Las Vegas, JV. Jtf. Has just received and is constantly receiving a large and assorted stock o DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, GROCERIES, LIQUORS, Etc., Which will be sold at prices that will please everybody. Buyers can v ly ivpoii receiving ni.r e goods, for lass money, than elsewhere. PLANING- MILL. LAS VEGAS, The Undersigned is prepared to do to Order, such as Surfacing, Hatching, Working and Fv erg thing Pertaining to a Building. DRESSED OH ROUGH LUMBER FOR SALE. JOHN B. WOOTT N. JT. RO&EWW.1EI) & CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER, In General Merchandise and Outfitting Goods Las Vegaijj New Mexieo, TFool Tlidet PeUsand Produce generally bought for Catk er market priet9. TnECtTBREXCYQl' ESTIO. N'otwltliHtHndlng the fact that thousands . f 0f people are at present worrying thenieles al most to death overthis vexed question, een t the extent of neglecting their biiBlnecs, thoir and homes their ituty to their families, there urn still thousands mum thousands of smart, hard working, intelligent men pouring Into the j(vt Arkansas Valley, the Gunleti illlie West.whei the Atchison, Topcka & Santa be Unilroao ! lera them their choice of 2, 500,000 acres ot thfl lincst farming lands in the world at almost thttr own prices. It you do not believe it, write l the undersigned, who will tell you where yo can get a cheap land exploring ticket, and how. at a mollente expense, you can sec tor youikvl aud be convinced. W. F. WHITE, General Pastenger and Tickr Agent, Toeeka.K.'i iias NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION. The undersigned having been appointed bv the Honorable Probate court of Sun Miguel county. New Mexico administrators of the es tate ot the Inte lienito Haco, all parsons who are indebted to saiil estate are hereby untitled lo settle their accounts Immediately, and thn e who have claims against said estate are notified to present them within a year, or otherwise they will not ue allowed. Kmima Otero pe Haca. Mllil'KIj A. Otkuo. Ll.Kl TIlIO llAf'A. Las Vegas, Augustlst. 187!). Noticia tie Aliuinit melon Por cuanto que la Hninruble corte de pruebas en y por el condado de San Miguel ha concedi do a las suscritas letras de adminis tración sobro el estado del tinado lienito It ira por lo tanto damos aviso a todos los que deban al dicho estado ilo venir mino liat uiuiitu a ar reglar sus cuen:as y los que tengan reel ti m n contra el mismo se servirán presentarlos ames de un niio de est i fecha, ó do otro modo sus re clamos no ser.m recibidos. Kmi lia Oteiio de Haca, Mkíckl A . Oteiio Electeuio Iíaca. Administradores. Las V egas Agosto 1ro de IS" I. aviso piiiLieo. Desde ei dla 10 de Mayo de 1879 seba sepnrato mi esposa Maria Ysidora Martines de su couyn- ' go general tenido durante 2:5 nilos dando hoy aviso quo desde esta fecha 'uo paginé ninguna cuenta contraída por ella. LUCIANO MONTOYA. I.aud Ollice. Land ofeice at Santa Fe, N. M. July 18tli, 1879. j Notice is hereby given that the foi-lowing-named settler has tiled notice of his int ention to make proof in sup port of his claim, nnd secure final entrv thereof at the expiration of thirty davs from the date of this notice, viz. Ferdinand Knauer of Saa Miguel Co. for the S. W. S. W. j- Sec. 4, S. J S. E. i and S. E. . S. W. Sec. 5, 4 N. 22 Ii. and names the following as his witnesses, viz: Ygnacio Esquibel of San Miguel Co, and Calistro Gurule of San Miguel Countv. J Ó UN C. DAVIS. ' "31-5L. Register. c. w. paee" 23milca.oir, EtriclK. I a. y oar AND Oitice In East Las A'tgas N w Mcxlt ! "JL" JsLi -irtL N. M. all kinds of Planing Mill Work Flooring & Ceiling, Mouldings \n\n ANDERS NELSON. W. B. STAPP. W. ROBERT 1 . Velón y Cía. Comisionistas y Comerciantes en toda clase de Mercancías. Se reciben en pago y se pagnr&n los precios mas altos, por lana, cueros, pieles, carneros, ovejas reces y otros productos del aie. W. E. CARR,