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TtUMS: n Wifk $ 25 Óim MtMith. 1 00 Ot yfr 10 00 lr a roocl shave go to Judd's Bar- HlT shop. -1 w. Only the very best boots and shoes at 0. IIAnchard's. The houses of C. Maley aodll.Mau rer on Outer street are nearly Com pleted. ti The trains come in loaded wi'.h pas sengers every evening.. The hotels hfwiks and boarding houses are doing a rushing business. The building heretofore occuppied by liosenwaUl & Co's is receiving a new coat of piaster which improves its appen ranee. If you think a nine stow cabinet Organ is cheap. at $6ñ.00. Iir.AN- c;iaki) will tell you all about it. Rev. II. Forrester lias arrange1 hold services in Mrs. Conklr' room at 3 l M. Suiidn'- school will be heh1 4 o'clock. '( are Las men i is sin led a! Miss . Hmrge of . Annin llurnhfim a, ere 1n,' also Mondnv Morning. . What do you think ot xquare, 7i actanes Fiano, full rc... ase, four great round corners, beaut i iully carved, with improved and com plete grand action, for $-:00,00 and warranted for live vears. You should in()iiirc of C. Dlancmía ud's. The work of fitting up Rosenwald A Co's new store at the south east of túc plaza is progressing rapidly under the superintendence of Mr. Whcclock. The shelving and drawers are iioa' going on and the roouu will ba ready for occupancy by next week. Under Dr. Pcttijohn's skilful I treat--ment Dolly Varden the somewhat immense specimen of female humani ty who fell and broke her arm is get ting well and will in a short time be Again able to mingle in the mazy cir cles of the waltz as before her accident Howell the grocery man has been in business here only a short time but already acquired such a reputation for the excellent quality of his goods for fair dealing that his room in th Baca building is constantly filled with cus lojuers many of his best customers com iug from distant parts of town. The most beautiful line of Cook and lieating stoves ever brought to-New Mexico at C. Blanciiard. in all that extent of country from the Hot Springs to iiomemvilic, from llie top of the nine mile hill on the rust to the crestón on the west buil ding? aro'either being put up or pro. i'ietcd. It is a section of country that n-iH compare favorably in size with 'KUode Island anil if built ail over will Make-,a eonsiderabla town, yet we be lieve A. O. Bobinas who has the fur iiitun? store in the B.ie.i building can Kiip pi y ad this population with fur niture for their houses, mattresses for Hieir beds, queensware and glassware for their tables while living- and Co llins for them when dead. About it Si Ii ot Hand bills were stuck up in the new own two or three davs ago calling lor a school meet fngr at Jie Mackley. House for Wednesday evening. The lime came and the House was there all right but the independent, citizen failed to respond to the call. Kvi dently the citizens of the new twvn waul I too authorities to adopt the American plan of organizin,' the free hrhojoJs.by the pwMie for the equal be nefit of all. W'.mi the matter is thoroughly understood it will ba found that the- itireus of the new town wish a school district organized they want a house b ii!t and. a school tauzht which shall be for the purpose of uf lording tin education to the chil dren, and not for the benefit of any jarteila person or class oL" individuals. GRAiD EXCLUSION. Pic-nic, Dancing Booth, " Cro quet and General Diversion and Amusements. On next Sunday an excursion train will run from Las Vegas to Mora Ca ñón starting at 7 a. m. and returning at 7 1-2 p. in. Fare for (he round trip $2.00. Messrs. Giles & McXairn will have charge of arrangements and have everything prepared so that all who go can pass a pleasant day. A plat form will be erected fur a dancing large enough for four set. Music will be provided. Church Xotiee. Kcv. Thomas llarwood will hold special lcligions service in this city Saturday evening at 71 o'clock. All are invited to attend. Rev. D. AV. C?lfeo wlll.prcach in the Presbyterian church at 101, Sunday the 31st, and at East Las Vegas in Mr. Hamilton's hotel at S p. in. same day. .m.--, The O M StaiMi Messrs. T. lí omero, Bros. & Son will remove their store about the 15th of next month to their old stai.d now '"'I .by Messrs. J. Rosenwald & 'der to save moving they " present stock at cxtre as they have an immen goods en route with thfí old stand. .$ "rrtwnr. business in n he does it for iwo months. antities of ordcr- M and f $ -"'.j , 4 N .. (apt Qiinms John Ucll were S..8 Í among arrivals Wednesday night. The -arc at the Graud View. ' M'r. M. liavoid, General Argent for tlii-! New York Li'e- Insurance Compa ny arrived on Wednesday evening añíi will remain ssMXie time in the in terest of that, company. Mr. Ed. Fox met with a severe ac cident Wednesday. lie was coining fjom Mora on horseback when on thi ol her side of Snpello on coming down the hill his horse stumbled and fell throwing him on tho ground and breaking his arm. Not being able to capture his horse he walked into town, Thursday morning, and had the broken bone set. lie is now doing well. Messrs. .lohu li. Mulvane, President and Joab Mulvane of the board of Directors of tho IVpeka, Kansas, Rank, were among tin? pro minent arrivals by the train, Wednes day evening. Thy came in company with Hon. Miguel A. Otero and are looking at Las Vegas with a view to investments. We were favored Thursday by a call from Brothers David, President, Fabian and Laurentian, principal teachers in St. Mary's College, Mora. The íollege commencement which took place on the afternoon of Aug. 26th was largely attended and very successful, and now the brothers are en route to Santa Fe on a trip for re creation and ploasure. St. Mary's College is an excellently cnlucted school and has an enviable reputation in the Territory. AVe shall in future number give a full account of this college nd the commencement exer cises. OK:f r"A D!X ClT.lll'O DB COMISIONADOS TlF.X. Condado db San Miclei,, i.a.s '1;as X. M. A)sro 'II lST'.l. Aviso it Im Jiicv.c.s il l'iiz ilo los Diferentes Precinto 'lei ilivtw l'niulii Jo quelle Imy en ivle. hintu lo. JuiM'iM ile I'ii. com-) aiiien ilieh i eon reiiiei'liioH ilu n in.iiNitn' nniiilii: imill:i en e.iui.Hiis ei'jniiiiiile.i en lunu Minr.t iiiciio.h ijiie lo (iicr,en reijuuil li) por ley, cu t ilos c.ioii. Kn Ic-rmio'.l ) l lo eual iiongo ml immlirft otieliil y el ello ih In corte de Ciiini-ioiiiiiloH ile. tic Mo iMiiilailo este tliu tl ilu Aoxlu l7!l. , Per oriten del Cucrjio ile OiiiihioiuiiImb. Ifsrs Ma. Tafova, Kam Lü:iUi ilel U. ilu C. 25 1" BwoitipfimB. Oncn mi. Ciikiu'o nn CoMisiosAin m:i. toiDAim oic Sax Miouki., I.as Vxuas X. M. Aom-oM 1ST. r ile Recnmiiemii" ncrnn r ncu'lo. pon el (.'.oii'Wlii ile :m Miguel por el rreto ó pri-1- in ile pi iicisnim o per ome iW ilerrotaron nnn imntite enlwt In l'lti le I-nn Vcr-is y log jos r;llvntc.;en In noche del rtomhi'ifc, iiiiuto V dc 'o in 1ST rt piim (pie e,.iiiles()iiieri ieroim que n.iyu destiid l 6 ileirnH ren en lo lutiirniilriinii pui'iife ó mi lie de puente voliintiirhinientcüentro oí ikiiillvs del IJoniln.lo ilu bun M guel. Kn te.iliiionio do lo ennl pongo ml nombre ofli;l .i v el cello di U Corto iteUomi KomiliiH del ni dio Condu do hoy 23 ile Alfosio ISTU. PororiluB rtl cuerdo dceoinllniiit'lo', .Iksi s Ma. Takova. tocr.liiino dul.C,. Uti C. r 4 Cl ? Í , IOIt SAI.K OR RKST A new dwelling ' hoiiaif nt six room, reliar,- bill is rd hall ami corral attached; furnished or unfurnished, tit b leuKonttbie pilo. This house is eltu.iteil iu a hcautilul locality nt Tiptonvllle, .!., one mi lo liMin Val p. us tleput. For iulorra:ition iimlre.t, Sam. II. Well, Watrous, N. U. or Charlen Ilteld, ljis Vcifus - Dance 3lule. The Las Vegas String Band will furnish any number of instruments for dances and parties. Good music and good prompting guaranteed," For fur ther information inquire at Jleratd office, or W. E. Carrs book store new town. 29-2t. ForSule. 200 head of cattle. Address Mrs. Y Kohn, Las Vegas, N. M. 28-tf. Xotioe. All notices fr the Weekly Gazette, must hcreatter, he handed in by Fri day 10 o'clock, as the paper goes to p.-ess in the afternoon. Fine Liquors and Cigars at. Addlkk & Frirdma Jf's. iUilwa.iikeo fleer. On tap a' .Wagner's Hotel. For a .splendid dinner, Sunday, go to the Grand View Hotel. 24-2t Sausage of all kinds can be had at Chas. Hand's. opposite Dr. Shout's dwelling. Wniited. A chambermaid, or a man to do chamber work iuquire nt this office. Ciiren(rs Wnnrrt. Ten good carpenters. Good wages will be paid. Apply to Leavitt & Watson, Las Vegas, N. M. Wnntrd. Two good cari)enters by. Frank Ogpen. ew Hay for 8ale. a Junta. N. M. S. B. Wntrous & Son. Jitst RfoHvod, Another car load of eastern lumber lath, pickets, sash doors etc. efe- Ivy 11 CPE & Castle. Tl'KUITOliY ok Nbw Mrxico, ) Co-icsTY ov San- Miguel, j Las Vegas, X. M., Aug. 21, '79. (Oilice of County Coru.nissioners..) ProM)als in Duplicate with a cony of this notice attached wil'f bo received at the Court house in the town of Las Vegas in said count v until Fridav Sept. 12th 187!) at 10 o'clock A. M. for the furnishing of material and con struction of a II ridge over the Galli nas River nt Las Vegas N. M. also IJridge n)proaches. The material to be of dimensions Stone, and Wood, Bidders are requesfod to accompa ny bids with plans and specifications and must b-e prepared to commence work immediately stating the required time for completion. The right to reject anv or all bids reserved. RICHARD DUNN. Pres. Board Co. Commissioners. ' F. C KIsiTtsoli, COUTH ACTOR & BUILDER, Las Vegas, New Mexico. K ELECT fVTIIOOI.. OV or A IlOfJT Tltí Fl'íSr OF SKI'TKM her, Jfiss A mile U AVood, now ofTriiihhiJ, will open a Select School in the room now in process of erection on the premise of tho Ti es li.vtcrian mission. She will te:ich five hours n duv mid live days in a week. Kvcry pidns will be t:ikeii to nvike it an excellent n-liool and iittrnc llve to the pupils. The room will be well finish ed, neat and commodious, well lighted and ventilated, and in the winter well warme I The publnsMie invited to examine tihe room when it -hull hi completed. The rerms wil be $.(J0 per month, pavnble monthly. No ileduc.tlon will be ma le lor absence, exuept in case of sickness, unless the putill is nhi-ent one week, anil i hen ill; pupil bli;il 1 li.ivc been iih-cnt one week, (I here having been no illness to prevent allendiince), ihesetit will bo c.nisldereil vacant and given to he next app lcmit. Pupils wilt be irgintercd in he order of application! Application should in mndu to the iiuderinbd until Miss Wood nrilvf'M. 1 be'lrvo Mi"s Wood t n well qiialiflo-t fo make tl.ls coiiteiiipliiicd iuliool fiicIi an one os Ihe citizens ot I.iis Vigiw- wmilit desire. : I'Ber lestlmotiiiils are ofa very hiiih and satisliictóry dmruetor. JOHN A. ANMN. Las Vegas July, 3:), 1879. Sewing Blachines. The Latest Improved MACHINES. can be foiled' nt FRANK CIIAI'MAX'3 Store, sold at state priacs with height added. W. A. IVENat. Agrnt. t T.at Vegas, - - Jb'ew Mexico IL(0T IFdDlil SAILIK AT TIHIIE HdDT Fm& F IEW M1EXIC(D). dThe completion of the Atrhlsn Topeka & Sunta Fe Riitiromt to Xj Vejpi ml III Hot Spring nnii the fuel Ilmt I hey, the greatest corporuliou of the afts, have recently become the own ers of lliee Springs, their policy ueing to sim-e no money to nuke the groiimt uttructive, ml t tnrniHBainp!e uuiet una liulli accoinniiHlations to meet me uenuin-is ol mew puirons. ny inei Krund syetem ot tdrcrtliinK, ami the liheral spirit that they havu always i-hown toward the triiy IIiik puhlic, makes it an accumpliriheil l'sct that the Hot Springs of New Mexico is destined to lK'J i come thCKrcntet Stnitai ium unit i'oiuls Kesoitln America. 'I he grounds at l he Kprii.gs has been laid out In lots and iarks to suit the wants of the home, plcaMire, and heul.h seekers, the capitalist, mid all who want a desirable place to live w hom : health and good society can be obtained. These lots both for business uud retidcnc-- are now al tered lor sale ul a wry reasonable price. These i Remarkable Springs although (rnttT within n few years comparnlively nnkitown to the outsllc wovlrt, have a oni rerni talion which anredule tho present century, unci from time immortal have been, resorted to ns Ih t' 'Great hlloam" ty the unlives of this Territory. The mineral onstitiienta of these waters iriosel y rnscnible thote ol ihe Hot Springs of Arkansas, and tho-e famous Theriuul Springs ot .nH' The I'fellers in the valley ol the Rhine, and ihe I'lomblercs, the popular resort of France, sitnaleil In tli valley'Oithc Vonges Mou.ntsiiis.niid the l.cux m the picturesque valley at the foot nfthir pass over tho Gemnil Mountains, At tltese spiliigs tlyjuaands of invu.id&'VMt aanually, anil ur ' ' r i n1; if i i i ! Cured of the Diseases of the Blood Skin, stomach.. Darnlysia, gout. slicumntim, nrnveV, Catarrh, and lemalo complaints by bath in. and drinking the- water, l'cóple visiting the Hot woniii for lung diseases. The atmosphere is ih iihnve il i.eii.ns. unil even sven more, it l me plaints arc scarcely known. The proportion oí. (teatro írom consumption nere ocing:uiaiicrinainu any ate or territory in the Union. The mean annua) temperat ure at these llt state or territory in the Union. The mean annua) temperature at thesi Springs is 60 o Fáhr, bHngat an elevation of nearly 6-IC0 feet. Bun are cool; nights from 65 o to GOo, and the winters are remarkably mil dry, the temperature seldom falling belów the freezing-point. The -...i i i. rio .-. i. ni.n..i q,- ,i. seasoa is in July and August. These of north latitude, which makes tne clnaato iniiu ami temperature unmarked by extremes either of heat or cold. The bracing air, its mouutains, thc gor geous picturesqjuencss of itis. canyons and vallevs combino to make it one ot" the most pleasaut resorts for tourists. Only 36 hours ride from St. Louis. After leaving La Junta. Colorado, until reaching-the Sivrings the traveler sees spread before him a vast panorama of mountain, valley, and rocky can yons,, stretching hundreds of miles. No better place can bo foil ml for tho stock-grower to live ami raise his family than at the springs. With all of the above advantages the dullest of comprehension cannot fail to see the advantage of autarly investment in property in and about the Springs, as there are but a Saw' hundred lots for sale, ail they will soon largely enhance in value froi&i the prices now asked- A Word to the Write or call at cur office in thfi Baca Spirings. J TiE TjíSlWESíS, Dealer Fancy In-roceries, Fruity Produce &c &Ca BETWEEN SOUTH-WEST Cor. Las Vegas, Iiti Tega Tranfer Co. Docs- a G enera! FREIGHTING BUSINESS. TO AND FROM íl. II. IEP0T,T0 ANY PART OF THE CITY OK COUNTRY. Advanees charges oir freight and eollceting on delivery. A Careful ai Prompt Attention givewto all business intrusted to my eare. LEAVE ORDERS AT J. GRAAF & CO'S STORES. OLD AND NEW TOWN. SMITh & UÜTTON, Mavngin. Dealer in Liquor Sr Cigars. Sole agent j in New Mexico rillUri' BESTS; Cq: Milwaukee beer in Kiff &. boüle. Springs ot New Mexico hav been cure I ol all clear and dry, and pulmonary and iniasniallo com invaiuis purntu-e. J lie greni c-ui.n ai euhi m nor bummer mild and raiJiv Springs are located in about 3o degrees- wise is Sufficient. building in . Las Vegas, or at tho MIULS BKECJIIER & CO. in PLAZA. AND GAZETTE OFFICE New M&xiuu j 29-30t.