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Vegas Daily Gazette.
7,ur,. ArguitZlth 1873. The l.lly. And shall the lily of tins vale Dislaiu the painted row? Or lit; is proud that she is pale, While he in purple glows ? r.ulh in the glory of their birth Spring from the lowly ground. A liitle while they bloom on earth And then no more are found. A handful of brief, gusty wind t an snatch away their breath ; Storms conic with cruel rain And they lie crushed in death; Or if the worm about the root lie hungry for his prey. '1 he promise of the kindly fruit Drops from the stem away. So shalt thou also drop, O man! Bethink thee what art thou ? Naught, thy little mortal span lieclart ill purple now. To thy ilowers the gardner saith, Short beauty shall thou have; When thou art in the gruye! Towed by a Horse-Mncliffrel. (Toronto Mall.) Last week some fishermen caught a horse-mackerel at Mimingash, Prince Edwards Island, with a cod-hook. Thev thou paid out line until they were uble to weigh anchor, when the horse-mackerel started for the south at the rute of seventeen miles an hour Avitli Hie boat in tow. At the end of three miles he became exhausted, and the boat's crew succeeded in towing liiiii ashore. This lish measured nine leet nine inches in length and his girth, was six leet live inches. When packed he tilled a puncheon. 4I A" Open IUllc fr the Mexicans. It is reported from Mexico that the Catholic church authorities have sanc tioned the printing and distribution in that countrv of the New Testa ment in Spanish. A Mexican cor respondent of the Methodist says it is looked upon as the most remarkable thing that has occurred in that coun try for years. It is undoubtedly due t . the evangelical work carried on by llishop Hilev and other leaders in the protcslimt church, work whereby he whole bible has been translated and placed before the masses. A newspaper reporter recently took n ride on the engine of the fast mail on the Vandalia line from Indianapo lis to St. Louis, and he writes to his paper that he leaned back in his seat beside the engineer "and felt anease and quiet so much in contrast to my hurried life that is seemed more like reading one of Ik Marvel's imagina tive descriptions," etc. Now what kind of a lite must a man lead who rinds the breathless rush of a passen ger engine trying to make 35 miles an hour "quiet and easy by contrast? Xolice in Bankruptcy. -0- Xotlce. Land Office Santa Fe, N. M. July 31st 1871). Notice is hereby given that the fol lowingnained feettiershave filed notice of intention to make iiual proof in support of their claims and secure entry thereof on the expiration of thirty days from the date of this notice, viz: Kobert 1 Ilenrv Homestead appli cativn No 233 For the E. J S. E. i Sec. 4 Township 4 North of Itange 23 East. The claimant names the following persons as his witnesses to prove his claim. Harry 15. Henry of 5an Miguel Co. and Cormach II. Moore of San Miguel Co. HaVrv 15. ITenrv Preemption state ment No. 165. For the N. i S. AV. i and W. i S. E. J Sec. 2 Township 4 North 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. i S. W.J Sec. 5 and S. i S. E. Sec. 6 Township 4 North of Range 23 East, The Claimant names the following nprson ns hU witnesses to Prove his claim, Robert P. Henry of San Miguel Co and Harry 15. Ilenrv ot pan iwiguei Co. JOHN CDAVIS, 333-5t. Register Strayed or Stolen. From Fort Union, about 3 months ago a gray mare branded I on left cheek and a. 6mall colt about six months old. The colt had a halter on. Will pa v $10 reward for their return to me. ' CHARLES Í10FFMF1ER. 8T1R Ij 1112, Mail and Transportation Co. SANTA FE tO PRF.SC0TT. Shorte-t, Quirkest and Cheapen route to Arizona. Running a through daily conveyai'r.c for ja KenRciMVKxin-oss, ami mull-Horn htinja le.N M. to Present t Arizona In tour laya. Hie sl' esti.mtqiil.'Uust ruínelo Kelt Wingalc and foi Deli "nee, N . M , and t'a.np A,...r he, Moinjon fptilements on Litlle Colorado Kivei, Uimy Vei-'lo, Moliara, and the mining i.itriets ol Olobe. 'tombstone, and I'rcseott Arizona. E. A. FISli, Santa Fe, Attorney & Mn'gr. A i Las Vegas New Mexico the 11 day of August A. 1). 1879. The undersigned hereby gives no tice of his appointment as Assignee ol .lesus Maria Gallegos and Jose I), gallegos in the county of San Miguel "in said District, who have been ad judged Bankrupts upon their own petition, by the District court of said District. LOUIS SULZBACIIERS; assignee &c, &c, Xotice. Land Oefick, Santa Fk, N. M. Julv 31st 1879. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowingnanied set'tlershave tiled notice of intention to make linal proof in support of their claims and secure Jinal entry thereof on the expiration of thirty days from the date of this Motice, viz: Charles T. Moore Preemption state- .iieiu jo. jor T no J. . i j. E. Section 7 Township 4 North of Range 21 East. The claimant names the ibl owing persons as his witnesses to pro voids claim, CorinaciiH. Moore of Sau Miguel Co. and Harry li. Henry ol San Miguel Co. .lames I). Moore Preemption state ment No. 201 for the S. i 8. W. Sec 6, Township 4 North of Itano-0 24 Eisl and S. H. S. F. Seclioifl. Town ship 4 North of Rang;? 23 East. The claimant names the iollowing persons as his witness to prove his chim, Cor mach H. Moore of San Miguo' Co. and Harry IJ. Ilenrv ofSmi Miguel Co JOILVC. DAVIS, ' III) M .ii-ot. Register, Las Vegas & Las Cruces U. S. MML MW& Via Anton Chico, Gallinas Springs, Santa liosa, Puerto de Lu na, orí mn iery , lioswell, Lincoln, Fort Stanton, South Fork and Tu larosa. Carries Passengers and Express on Reasonable Terms. C. COSGROVE. Proprietor EXCHANGE I! HOTEL, GEO. MCKAY, IPlostauraut ote Saloon, Something good to Drink Lunch at any hour fromf till 11 A.M. Opposite Browne & Manzanares. Eagle Saw Mil AND CT -A.S. 3D WOLF, AGENT FOR A. KRILLE, Trinidad, Colorado 15 Y T. KOMEKO & WOOITEN, EXCHANGE HOTEL, EXCHANGE HOTEL. AND United States Forage Agency United States Forage Agency las vegas, new mexico. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXlcO This hotel has been newly refitted and oilers SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES FOR THE ACCOMMODATION FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF OF OF OF THE TRAVELING PUBLIC. THE TKAVELINU PUBLIC. BSfc, THE BILLIARD ROOM m,TIIE BILLIARD ROOM THE BILLIARD ROOM has first-class Tulles, and THE BAR the bar THE BAR THE BAR the bar THE BAR Is alwavs supplied with the very Ts always supplied with the very BEST LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC , BEST LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC., BUST LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC , FEED CORRAL FRED CORRAL FEED COBRAL . ' AND LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED LIVE rtY STABLE ATT A CUED FOR AGE KEPT ON IT ND. FORAGE KEPT ON HAND. FORAGE KEPT OX HAND. Charles Emil Wesche, Proprietor Charlea Emir Wesche, Proprietor. Charles Emil Wesche, Proprietor JEWETFS HOTEL (chas, ilfki-d's new building). Las Vegas, J Chas. Jewett, Proprietor. :the: OF Charles Ilfeld 3 Daaler in General Merchandise and Outfitting Goods, xforth side of Square Las Vegas, and branch store at La Junta, X. M The Largest and'licst House in the Territory ami has the etit of Aecommoiliifions for Travc 1 crs. Attached to llio house are Fine Stahles ami Corrals. Also u No. 1 Bar; with tho choicest of liquoi-H and cigars and a New Style ill ilia is! Table. HERBERT & CO PRICES LOWER THAI THE LOWEST. JOIXX DOTJGHER & CO. "Wliolcsalo O.XXC1 2?totn.il cloalor In CHOICE also Sole agents for Dick Uros. CFLFBRJTED LA GER BEER IN X. JÍ. ' Parties can expect to find all classes of goods in our line l et, constant y on hand. JOIIX DOUGH R Á - CO., Xorth East Corner Plaza . Lts Vegas. X 31 WKW TIM OF TIN SHE FIT IRON AND. STOVES. heep Tanks and Sheet-Iron Stoves Hade to Order COPPEBWOEK,BOOPIUG AUD SOTTTHnTG-. All woik vrarronti'd, and all orders promptly filled. Shop iu the C.onzalo buiiding, bouth lliiin St., Las V'eyas, IVSB BIlTnWSWIOBL, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER In General Merchendise and Outfitting Goods, North Side of Plaza, Las Vegas, X. M. Special inducements to Cash Buyers, as I tell no goods on time. 3 Dealer ixn i i? 1.T o tí It un .i f ít ira- PER THOUSAND. at their Lumber Yard, nt tho planning Mill of .ÍOhii B.Wootten, o en- Is now prepared to purchase II'aaI If!. I . . iiuesi, reits 'lasVeoas, TLeave your orders at llio store of T. Komcro Bro's., & Son. DñUQS, MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES, AND PERFUMERY. P R E S CR IP TJ O XS carefully , Compounded. . :o: ... 0 Wool, Ilfolcs mid Felts Eosigbt At the highest Market Trice in Cash. Market Produce tak3n in Exchange. rr. gsr est a z-zxT-x trr 'At Dr. Shout's Old Stand. I 'will always be very glad to receive J'rom in y friends r.nd customers their orders for ))ds -which an; not' iifiinlly kept in store, such as heavy ma chinery of every description, belting, tubinfr, casting, sewing tiinchiue!-. barlied fence wire, wagón-, carriages and buggies, in iuct anything of American manufacture. On all such goods can guarantee the lowest pri ces and will save enough freight to induce anybody to give me their orders, The Celebrated Elastic Joint Iron rooting alwavs on hand. IlLANCIJAUI). Raw VegciSi Vete Mexico. Í