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' Ti:ttMs. Ono Wi k ,.$ ? "J.i.itli 1 w o. i (.;,r 10 (Hi Ir i i; joi iliavc go to Jums liar- 1). T Fl.l.Jl. J2-1 w. l.'ci.icmbcr the excursión Sunday. A z o Tin.' c:;cur.-i:;i train Sunday will tari at 7 :i. in. Died. On Thursday August 23th 1379 it; La Cueva; X. JI. Hon.. Vicente Uouie ro, t the ngct of 57-years 1 mouths ftml 22 Jays. The funeral will t:i!vc placo to-morrow at tho Charol of Sun líuíacl at La O.ieva, at 10 o'clock a. in. . , Don Vicente Homero was one of the old residents and one of the most prominent citizens of Mora comity USAXD EXCIRSIOX. Pic-nie, Uamiias Ilootli, Cro quet liiid lieueral Diversion aiitl ÁKtusciiiciit?. On next Sunday an excursion train will run from Las Vegas to Llora Ca ñón starting at 7 a. m. and returning at 7 1-2 i. in. Fare for the round trip 2.00. Messrs. Giles & McXairn will have charge of arrangements ami have and the lorn lory. Jle was a man of e cry! husg prepared so that all who wealth and influence and occupied ( ::IÍ !;" a pleasant day. A hit- I main-ofilecs of trust under the Tcrri-' ' "m syiu "I Ior "í11" , ' , , , , . b.rge emmgh tor lour set. .Music will I tory and couutv. lie owned larev i. - ,. s ....... 1 .1. ! i' i- i m r THE FK-SAL-E AT .TA jit,! v- Jffl'iL' ir ü 'i'lie in imeter lias b, en running lrilt"ts oí land in the fcriile valley ol u. .i K) decrees abavo zero for the -Viorn. His ranch al La Cueva i.! out j old snni. U lew (lay's. ! of the iiio-t productive in t he 'J erri-; Mr. T. Homero, Uros. & Son -'- : ! tory and i.s noted for the excel I cuco of! v;iiI ri'lli,Vl' '-heir store about the 15th Mr. Morrow the r.eetmiodntinghncl; í ho wheat grown there. This was the oí ,,?xt !,.Ih to their old slaul now man :-''.'! pli;,s his combes bet ween the : homo of Don 'Vicente v 'here he lived I 0(','1i1'ed by Messrs. .1. Jiosemvald & two Icv.'ik ;ud hot springs. s.UToundeJ by his family and the com-1 Iu ur;!"r ,u savo moving they ,; . forts of a wealthy home, lie hadjw5iI 'd their present slock ntextre- . dr. Chard's í;i-:í' -í house I:i East ,. , i,m.rost.s j s.'oep .nj (.al!!e am1. ! ,IU''.V !,nv rillti !ls t!l0.v ll:lvt; :1 "unen i ... .... . . i i iüi :-oeu iic !i auy tor ine i'u'.)i . . a i o-- Vt'o'i; b:,s cuiuni.'-.icej (,n ik .!ur lir.ely, it whh hU iVon nUJU n:úiiv iimvro J lo'- td'new good- en route with 1 on n- ll.'iüs far the Kí'cof,d church, un earned on an ex tensive trade in ilotir "rain. Durin-,' the past year the an ! I. '.vhieh to occupy' the old stand. lock, the architi c! . t:.'".c".v:t!!i A- Co. atter has conducted this business on Intend to move info ihoir new store his own account. j house in .buut. two weeks, whore thev t l'Mi('üi'es ami questions of public j will be pleased to seo I heir many old ! iiderot 31 r. liomero always took an friends and the world at Inrw. 53-Tlie romiiletion of the Atrliion Topcka A . Sutitn Ke R-iilrnnd to T,a Yeprns nnl the It.1t Spi'i,,i;s n m the t':n-.t tlisir tlit-y, the fjriiiitest corporation ol tlio itji'", tmve íoccntly lii'connMliii iiv.n las of tln;-,( springs, looif iiolli'V hüinir to ipru no money to inukc tlii; loiiml attractive, mut t' liuiii-h auni'i llmrl iiml lint It acooninii.itatiotiH to meet the ilenmii'lr of tlii'lr p:itrond. J'.y Oifi' iirainl sytiin ol a-lvci tl -injf, unit llit lihorai Hiiint Uiut ttiuv Ituvi- always diowu toward tlie irav iln.it piiloii;, makiit an u eoni;il i.ilird lact tlial ilie Hot Sir!iii; ui New -Mexico is ileMinoil U i-v-conn' liiejíieaierl sniiuai iiiin unit ioiuit l.e?i'tln AmOrira. i lm (.roi.inls at ilie spi .i.j;.-, lias liceu liiiii out in lots and l inks to mit tlic wants of thfi h mm, league, nuil heal h seeker, I oe enpUi.il-1, nuil nil who wutit u dcsiralitu ila(e to live wln'iv uüiltli anit jroon so-,ie;y run ho oliti.ineil. Tiiese lots botit l'.tr biisineai unit re.-nlei.ei.s uie now ui loiuii lor sale at u eiy nuMiiuililepriee. 'llieso Remarkable Springs altiioiiph rtiitll within n lew yeiirscnmpiira'lvely unknown to tho nutsi Icw.irM, !nv i Inn! vopn iul ion Inch iiH'ilale' the present century . nml IVwin timo hninoi ial liaveheen resoru'd in s liio "lireiil Siliiain" hy I lie nal i ves ol'ilus Terrilory. '1'hu mkneral ronstiliientM of tlicw) wato.v clo.-i. !y re.enilile llioi-e ot he Hot Sprli.i;s i.i' A i kaiiMis, nml tho e luinoui 'J'liernial Spring el Kurope 1'he ricMers in Ihe vullev ol Hie Uliine, mid '.he I'loinl.iieves, li e popular report ol' r iniice, i;aia!e.l in the val icv ot tho Yiie M innlnin-i, nud the I rix ai lUe pictineMpie valley at tno loot i 1 Ilie pab o;r tho (Jenuiil iiluu.itains At these tpiliijíe thoUjuiiUs ol' inva i'la mm uuiinully r and t.re Cured of the Diseases of the Blood Tlic-p 'ire ilu"- ('"vn o.,,! li..iUnrir I leí i ve part. He was 1 rob ite J ud're i I " " ,..,, r , , , ' ! JTloll SA1.K ;íí lit: v'l A new dweillir' ! kln, pfnmiich. pni-tilvsis, (rout, ri Pinin.ttun, crin el, (Vtiirrh, am! leíanlo pompli.lnts ly t-!th in teres!, are p'OWUt'f scarce. It isall, m.Ul joars aU't re- 17 1k.ii.s-! r.n.ai. cellar, lnlliard lunj il Oriiikinu tlio v.auv. People i.Mtiu;r iliei'u.l S)irain ot'New Mcmco have been cure I of ail o , ., . " , . , 1 lireseilte 1 it in i !h lit-nndio ,,r !, .'. ' ""l toiohed; l'a:-i:i he.l (-r iiiil'iirnislieil, I ihe aliuve di-ease-i, ami e.vi'ii inoie. It t lie inv.iliiis punidle. Tho jri-e-.it s ara'a.'ua.i ol t!i 1 t ,ie average h:::nll beino- can do I 1" "-"M-;J 1L 111 UJl" ul,u,ul'- 01 at a ie.is,.n;ii) (. ,j,. nou.-e U tiiunteil l world I'm- un- lienM-. Ihe aSniopliwe is clear tu dry, und pulnionary nml ii.i:mi,Uo coin- to V. 1 1 . ! territorial leoishiiurt! for terms. J!e was always cuiinted the siroug- pillar of his party in ".ora county and whichever wav he lead ,.. tu i i-.wv t .in oMm. itii'i nil srí viiv ñeros:; ouf (U hvi) nar row str'.H'ts will) my lisí im( ncss. Jí, J, o 3. essrs. kcllev and Todd. Dentists. ; too cotinlv would lollow. In the in- ! their card in another column, death of this honored citizen, his '' hese u'l i.lhshe'i have their ollice in ' familv hae not only lost Cieir pro'tee- nine 1101.1 tvali-'.lli' Depot J'or in 'orinalion lililíes, Sum. ! Vi'ei!, WalroliS, '. ,M. or CIlUI-ICíl I lli'Li, liis 'i'i;;is I The L;:.s N'eo;is Sirin;; Hand wili furnish any r.uniber (d'instruments for (lances and parties, (iood music and Ihe Ihiea buihline; and are nlreadv re- ! tor and provider, but ill!? Territory ' r0," I'"t; ni1 mo o'uaranteed,"'; Tor fur- . . . ' .... ' ! i.i ..f ..1,1...., .... 1 1 ; ; .t ...... ,. . ,. -i'i inrr a iarre j)atron;ip:e. T.'iey art" 'y." "l . ".'" 11,111 uv-1- cm.!ii.-.. ukt nuwrntüimn m:uire at J tent Id experienced dentist-; and masters oí liis death will carr 1 heir profession. rr sorrow to uie . ,,o,.., wr w .,.. 1 1. ,. 1 , . . i .. . , . 1 .1 1 i iin.i., vi 11 . o. V.1111 5 uuunsiiai: HUM iK, in 10 wi him iii,iu liiuir.ii nil tj i iiu 11 1 Sew ÍCaíCO. town. W'e call at Icniien to the advertise-j ment of iho ( J rand View lloti ! in (his j ssti". This ht.dise owiiio- to recen! j additions is now verv la rye and coi:i- i'ersuiiai.'i, 200 head oí' cade. Addn;í-s Jrs. Y jiiudio.is. Tl'.c rooms ire new, neat in ier.-i eison 01 Anion único is in town. 1 ?; ll-iryi , i 1 . .. 1 ,.!,... s,! ', ii.,i! ! " '1-v.ox, uno nas oeen loolcin " ' ' v'1 ,w ""(after hi Dr. .:. 1!. house an o!m, Las 'e,i..-as, X. f. 28-1 f. dl uoii ÍOtiil'C ices km t:e ii eeulv v.rKi:TTK. huí. I I .... I......I...I 7... I. .. 1 iiin is proprietor of the t mned to t own. la-t ni-ht. Mr ('ovl'hiy 10 o'clock, as the paper yoes to i. rkrsiieiin returned from li" at tei'iioovs. ihe I hi i I 1.. ill eat i ti'!' house at iikia is :,, ,,. ',.,:,,. 1 tianta Fe last nielit. ill i.il.il.i.' 'i 1 1 1 VJ i ami.; oi-j-.u 1 u.viii , 1 j tie never fans to ü'ive saii.-iaef.on. I mollis ,v'u!zbaeiier Ksíi. roes to Ci- mairon be this lioniino-'s tram. is receiving a large share of 'he public Mrs Col. lireeden and .Mrs. Thomas jiatroiutLi-e. j came up from Saiitu l'e by coach yes- ; ten i.-t y evening. They are quests of I'lT2CK Ti) TllAVljlAlli. 1 1 1 i 'rs rt loi,K'ro' vh)l. Iireeden arri .,,1,. ,. , veil lroiu Cimarron bv train yualerdav J have leased, what was lormerly ! t. vettiii" Iviiown us, the Jewett House, situated on the .South side of the lMaza, in Las Yefi'as N. M., am our now prepared to 1i"!iiish lir.st-c.hiss accommodations to the traveling public. I have hail the Hotel thoroughly cleansed nnd renovated from cellar to (L-irret. The furniture is all new ami the tables will be abundantly supplied with the best that town and county will afford. I have a Livery Slablo and Corral in connection with the Hotel, and the only Jit -s line in the city: My buss line will carry passenger from the Depot to any part u the city, and pa.s;.cngvrs stopping with me, can al ways find ready nn;nn-iof visiting the J 'ot Spi ings wiili ne w vehicles and safe teams. The Stage ollices of the Hani a he live are connected with the hotel buildings, and persons stopping with me, who wish to go further wcsl an labe the stage at the door of the Hotel. Large rooms on first floor for ne of Com m e reí al Agents. Ci:oik;i; Tahkími. Proprietor. lee cream every day for dinner the Grand View 'Hotel. On tap at AVaoxkjv's Hotel. For 1 splendid dinner, Sunday, go to Ihe Grand View Hotel. 24-2t Sausage t)f all kinds can be had at Cmas. Hand's. opposite Dr. Shout's dweliing. olaints are scarcely knov, n. The proportion of deaths from consumpfion here being smaller than in any state or territory in 'lie Union. The mean annual tempera! lire at these Uci Springs is .VJ o Fahr, being at an elevation of nearly 6400 feet. Summers are cool; nights from V) o to GO o. mid the winters are remarkably mild and dry. tlx; temperature seldom falling below Ihe ireezing point. The rains season is in duly and August. These Springs are Joejited in about o" degree of north latitude, which makes 1 'oe climate mild and temperature unmarked by extremes either of heel or col. I. The bracing air, its mountains the gor geous picturesqueue.vs of ils canyons and vallevs conmine to make it one of the most pleasant resorts for tourists. Only iili ho.irs ride from St. Louis.. After leaving La Junta, Colorado, until reaching the Springs the tra veler 'sees spread before jffAr vast' panorama of mountain, valley, and rocky erne yons. st ret ehiug lnffiiVtMs of miles. Xo bet ht place can he found for the stock-grower to live and raise his family than at the springs. With all of the above advantages the dullest of comprehension cannot fail to see the advantage of an early investment in property in and about the S prings, as there are but a few' hundred lots for sale, and they will sooim largely enhance in value from the prices now asked- e Write or call at our ollice in the llaea building in Las Yegns, or at the Springs. IIEECIIEU CO. A chambermaid, or a man to do Rev. Thomas llarwood wi'l hold j chamber work; impure at this ofiice specal íeligions service in t Lis city Saturday evening at 7 i o'clock. All are invited to afiend. KVv. D. W. C dice will preach in the l'rfsbytcrhni church at 1'JA, Sum'av the ,'ilst, and al Lat LasVeL'asin Mr. Hamilton's hotel at ',) p. m same day. 1 Ofc.s l'st!-H'Utrs Vi'.-mied. Ten good earjienters. Good wages will be paid. Apply to Lkavitt & Watson-, N. M. Dealer in 1 Divine service on Smnlay at 10:0 a. r m, at the Court House; and at l:lo p. j m. at Mrs. C oiklin's School If 00m in ! Last Las 'egas. Lnmediaiely afterj the latter service a Sunday School will be organized. V.'iwitevi. Two good carpenters by. I'UAXK OriOFN'. New if.uy fur Knle. At La .Tunta. X. M. 2M-tf S. Ii. Wafrous & Son. n fO i) PCM BETWEEN SOUTH-WEPT Cor. PLAZA AND GAZETTE OFFICE Lus Vegus," Xtm Mexico. j 29-S0t. 13 The bills for rebuilding' and renair- Ok KICK OK tiikoouxty co:i?iii-:-woNKits ok san- MKiu.iL Coun ty N. M. Las v ico a s . fníon Sssutíay Stlaocl. A meeting to organize a Union Sunday School met at Mrs. Conklins School room last Sunday. It was then thought best to defer the orga nization (ill next Sunday and to meet nr. the Hamilton House. The matter has been talked up during tlie-week rig 1' rank Chapmans builuing, on ttie .uu jt 5 now understood that the oaza were opened last evening, bidsj-.,;on s,m,'(!1y school will meet at 1,-ing submitted by a number of con- Mrs (4).;1S s,.,,,,, ,., !lt o p i i,-acl..rs. The house occupies a front 1 so as to be over before service. fijó. feet, on the plaza by about Hi) feet J - latck. S. uie of the interior walls will bo removed increasing tlm capacity of Ihe rooms. The old part will receive a new tin roof and ihe gallery along the plaza, will alsj be tinned. The highi of the front will b?. increased nin? feet by the addition of a hatnl some cornice. The plan were drawn l.y Ch..H. Wheelock wh will supo 1 intend the work. The contract was awarded to Loekhtirt & Co. a Mrs, Conklins school on the east side has now been going on two wreks and has boon q.uit successful. The attendance- has been fair and the order ob served, imdi tin consequent progress have been rather better than could have been expected, considering tt-e limited room and scant furniture Many of the scholars have been with out proper books but thisVantis now sui.plied and everything may be ex pected, to progress favorably in the Jut uro.. ' Another carload of eastern lumber lath, pickets, sash doors He. cíe. by I!i:i'M & Castlk. Grand Yiew Hotel Sciith Second Street, LAS V EGAS - - N. ft ia ves T s: G F Does a General SIGHTING BUSINESS. TO AND FROM li. R. DEPOT, TO ANY PART OF THE CITY OR COUiVTKY. Dr., I. l 8ÜTFIH, Proprietor, I . A. JOiEo " lüllaQGr. j Advances charges on freight and collect int? on-deli verv. A Careful an 1 ' Prompt Atlentioa given to all busiuess intrusted to my care. jAS V FX! A S .V, ) August 21 1Ü7?. At 11 sfier-ial meeting of the county Hoard held a! the Court iio.ue of said county .n Ihe h and 21st day of August 18711, ltwas ordered that: Any nd all persones hauling or transfe ring freight, or carrying passengers, between the railroad and the djnVrcnt towns of Las Vegas or the La Vegas Hot Springs, should paya license 'to the said county of San Miguel of $20. W) per annum. Xo license will be issued for a shor ter period than three mouths. Appli cation, should be made to the couutv Clrk. Hacks nnd carriages currying pns scrgers for hire must be numbered. 'All jfer.Sous are cautioned irom recei ving freight irom persons carrying the same without licetise. H1CIIARI) DUNN. Pres. Coacd. Co. Ooni lleeent additions to this House makes it the Largest and Best Hotel) in the Territory. Tlio Sloping Rooms Are on Ihe Second Floor, and are airy, clean and comfortable and have perfect ven tilation. TVin. 1 3l J O 3NT 33 St, who has charge of tho EATING DEPARTMENT, lias had flrcat Expcrienco- in the lbtsiness, having been connected with tU Sherman and Treinont Houses, Chicago, and 'he Hiilroad. Eatiny House at Lnklu, Kaiwas A HA CK FOR PA SSEXG ER Puns for tins House lo and from the ÍX'pot.. 1 1 i. A OHDEliS AT J. ÍÍIfAAF & 5 ES. OL!) AND NEW TOWN. SJflTL & JIVTTOX, 3! unity: is-. " '' ' ( '; , ... Sole áoeíii in S Cigars, lTew i'lllLirP BEiTd- CW Mtlitmkee béef U Kegs & loft let. \n\n -'o-. I I." Ill 1 (MIMIl SI ' 1,1 L.,,,l! 11m I i .-V SCVeral 1 """"M locan;, nr 1 inun Hlf, . .i" , one contrae! (.11 I 10 iv,: rv, , f.,.. ' "v 1 , i... a,imini hi 11 ill- 1 i. A. dones íormeiiy ! , is at the (raml ie-.v. p.-ess in tl Fine Liipior and (ligars at. A v, 'o am e'e F n j 1:1 i.-vr a n'.s.