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O-.id Wi ck $ 2T O üf Mouth 1 00 i y cur 10 00 Wheat harvest is uot quito oyer yet. -- Go and see Ed. ami Judd at the Ex change Barber shop. 32.-tf A door key fouu J. z. few days ciice has been left at this ofllco. Dr. Arnold is turning people away night lv in Santa Ee. Five Winchester rifles in a row give the agents ofiicc at tho depot quite a varliko apicarante. Lockhart & Co. are making the front Of their furniture store en railroad street almost entirely of ghus. They are bound to have light cn their largo stock of good.-". Smith & Iluttou transferred 750 kegs of powder from the depot to tha ice house east of the arrovo one lav I this week. The powder will be used j in blasting down the lir.e of the road. I i a:M"''"h ,iMS ri-cM.vü.i a ccpy . n tno ruuiic .Land Lp.ws-of the United States es Compiled by 1). It. ' allot.1, X City Iowa. J his ;s a valwabc ; Sto' work for the u.c ui iiuurw'.s ami imrci'.aso- or i;o;iiuoieaii ii tiic lands Dr. Sut tin has torn down the adobe wall around his door yard and is using the material to build a laundry. The Avail will be replaced by a neat pinket fence ik the doctor is determined that the grand View house shall, be all that is implied in the name. Charley Jewctt had' rush o if up to Colorado to get lath for his house but he made it ajl right and will have his hotel" finished, ready to open out in ten days. A flag polo on top.of the house, sixty five feet abone (lie street bears a iaeg? blue streamer. Don. T. Edwards, an old time prin ter, who has been down the line of the railroad says the grading for the first eighteen, miles will be completed in a few days and th.t fur Ihe next 4." miles the work is so far advanced that it will not delay the track layers.. -- 1 1 Is reported apparently on good authority that ibero is enough money in the county treasury belonging to the school fund to provide free schools for all the children in the city this Wi titer. It looks as though the schools should be opened, as it now the ni(,ncy is laying idle in. t'le hands of! the officials. It is thought from recent net ions that some of the men whose duty it is to hunt ii)) the stago robbers have cune to theconchisioiiítliat they Ikivo not lost any of that kind of men. and that ffi ho government wants them Á i may come ou and hunt them, stage robbers are bad medicine. The Horace II. h Hamlin, deale r in gro ceries, wood and willow ware fruits and vegetables and choice liquors in serts his advertisement in- another column. Mr. Hamlin, will be found at. the Mining Exchange liuilding, East Las Vegas and has a large, new and well selected stock of goods which ho sells at the most reasonable rates, (io aud examine liis goods. S.OT1UE to tuavi:li:sss.!! I have leased, what was formerly known as, the Jewett House, situated on the South side ot the Plaza, in Las Vegas X. M.. am our now preparrd to '.'.irnish i'it-e'as accommodation?, to ll.e trivlil!g publli'. i'iiave had the Hotel thoroughly eicin-ed ami' renovated from echar I o .ht'L The fundi uro is all new and 1 lie (able will be ab.iiHhutlly supplied with the hc.l tli at tírtvi and coutity will ailord. I have a Livery Stable and Corral in connection with the Hotel, ami the onlv lilies line hi the ellv: Mr bns.s lililí will l!l'i'V ll-l-oPIIO'l'l' I'flllll fill'1 Depot to anv'mu t of the ci.v, !im " sulbeieut to h.-ld tdl the good, ar-mssene-ers Ktmmin-will. me. ean al-!rivin- tríU:i '"UlU tm: vavs tind rxa'dv means of visiiing the , Hot Spniigs with new vehicles tiitd safe teams. The Stage oHIces of the Santa" Ee Ii 'e arc connected with the hotel buildings and persons stopping j with me. who wish to go further west nan take the stage at the door of the Hotel. ! Large rooms on. first floor for use of j Cortiiiercial Agents. GiwiiUK Pakkit. prtipr'wior.. Exrnrton Sunday. A special train of first class cars will leave the depot Sunday morning for an excursion to the Mora canon. Mr. Giles has been canvassing the subject and liuds that it promises enc cess. The fare lias been reduced to $1.00 for the rouud; trip, 75 tickets have already been eold and that many persons are assured. These desiring tickets will pee him. No one vill be allowed on train without ticket. No complimentary tickets will be issued. The Ilev. Thomas Ilarwood of Tip tonville cr moro properly of this M. E. district has been passing a few days in town lookingjnfter the interests of the congregation here. The special object in view at this time is the build ing of a house which will afford a place oí worship permanently. Several in formal meeting have been held but wilhoui any very dgfinite plan of ac tion being decided on. A canvass will be made and it is thought that a num ber of men will subscribo liberally if the subscriptions are on certain con ditions: As that live men. shall give 50 each, ton men half of (hut amount a,u 80 011 t' 'ie nisiouut required to '-"ihl a house is secured. While Mr. Hardwood is not authorized to make promises, he has no doubt that the chu rrl; extension fund of the general conference will contribute libenillv to hulp bllU(, ;lIU, fl!ruish iV ,101lsc nt tllif ,)oint. Manv. of hc ncw arrvuls hCrC lis point. Many of ího new arrivals here .,- .,,.!,,. (1 trin 3 ,.1,,,,-,.!. .,,.t,ul iv r v v v it ui i ii vív-t-- ee au(l wiil contribute liberally. Col. Steele will donate lots near those se lected for the Episcopal church, in a elioiec location at the crossing of two streets. It looks now as though the church might be built before Winter. : A Gazette reporter who was up until after sunup yesterday morning was treated to a splendid view of Bald Mountain. Tha mountain glean ed and glistened in the morning light like crystal,. ami in fact looked almost as though covered with snow. At the same time a dark cloud threw over the town a deuo shadow which by eon tract increased the brightness and beauty of the mountains. A lady who witnessed the sight, vision, shall if bo called? was perfectly delighted declaring that it tilled her ideal of what mountain scenery would be. The scene in its beauty and magnifi cence was worth staying up all night to see. - The discussion of the school ques tion in the Gazette of the last few davs has been received with a great amount of interest. AUssides, iftheic is more than one side, should be fully and freely discussed and the people will then be prepared to act iutelli- gently on the subject . The Xew Mexican says that the 'men who were arrested two weeks ago for robbing the stage are safely confined in jail at Santa Ee, but stage robbing goes on,. and the driver, who ought, to be posted, says that the same men did the work both times. Irwid be rather hard on the boys to hive lay in jail till Xoyember and then on trial be found not guilt v. I'crs (Minis. Miss Emily I'endaries and . Miss Emma Xordhaus came down from Hincón Tecolote Tuesday io attend the .party that evening and visit friends. Mrs. M, II. Turpén, wife of the Optic editor arrived from her old home at llicliniond Ind., -Monday evening and is stopping at the Pack er house. .Intime Levi Davis ot Alton Illinois Who has licin, In ihe city during Ihe summer siarled on his return home Tuesday. His dadL'hrer .Mrs. Y, i. Slapp with her two children, aecom patiies him. .The hitler will, remain a ; eou;.ie of months visiting iVit ñus. A 1'U'gi; eon -igmine.'ii of i.pjrr ireui ( lii'ion for i. iliimore v.r.H, on the pint form at Ulero Seilar Co.'s Wt-ii aesdav. huge c;):iiiiii.'Si):i hcü.-es- tire luivd " l'!""'"r" When a street is once laid oil ami opi ned ii becomes the properly of the public and no one man has a riht to block it- up by stopping his team and ! campii g out. In all this county there ! is plenty '.' room to camp without j blockading the si reels as is don flu. Mic ,,t,w unvu .l-ivly and hourly. If Üiciío'v tonti has.aiw ollicials they L bho:;!d abate the ir.iisaice, Ailverllird Letter from Ihe Dead Ltller OflireNpl. 1 1?. Garcia Jesus, Hague George, Medi na Jose, Maria Meatus Juan, Luis Or tiz J. S., Padia Simon, liibal Vicente, llodrigue9 Curto ,Sullivan William 13. l,NIiMI. Montanos Paulita .Vontoya Petra 1. Jut lleceivetl. By Hopper Brothers, east side, a car load of Fresh Butter, eggs, chickens, meat and-country produce.. 3-1-3L For a good shave go to J cdd's Bar ber shop. 22-1 w. For Sale. 200 head of caite. Ad dre:,s M rs. Y Kohn, Las Vegas, N. M. 28-tf. All notices for the Weekly Gazette, must herealtcr, he handed in by Fri day 10 o'clock, as the paper goes to press in the afternoon!. Fine Liquors and Cigars at. Ai)I)T,kh & Friedman's. Aliltvniikce lieer. On tap at Waoxkk's Hotel. KuiiKiijse. Sausage of all kinds can be had at Ckas. Hand's. opposite Dr. Shout's dwelling. Wanted. A chambermaid, or a man to do chamber work; iuquire at this office. H'.U!1. Two good carpenters by. Frank Oodex. ?w liay lor Sitie. At La Junta, N. M. 28-tf S. B. Watrous & Son. Í. s. cki:dit. T. II. VAGAll. CREDIT ,f- WAG AH, Barbers and Hairdressers, EXCHANGE HOTEL, Las Vegis - New Mexico. w. ii. siiüit. DEAL till IS 1 171 1. IDfl Bar Iron of All Sizes, English Cast Steel for Drill. Plow Steel, Chains, Xuts and Washers. AU kinds of Wagan and Carriage Timbers. ALL OEDEES Erom New Mexico and adjacent Tcr- ritories promptly tilled. 'LAS' VEO AS,. - - IJ. Grand View Hotel South Second Street, LAS VÍSfíAS -. - N.M. Dr. J. I!. SUTFIH,' Proprietor, T. A..J0NES' - - r!anafjer. Tiecent additions to this House makes it the Largest and Best Hotel in the Territory. Thi) Shaping Rooms j Are on the Seeor.d Floor,' and are i airy,, clean and comfortable .' j and have perfect ven- I tilatiom j who hr.s charge ofl he jsATISTG DEPAETMEIiT, ! lias had Urea I'xoerienee in the Hiisiness. havivighiM'ii connected with Ihe Sherman tind Tretnont Houses, Chicago, aird 'he ' U'rdruad Eating House at Lalvin, liansa:i. ,1 HACK FOR RASSKNGEJiS Runp for tins House to and from I he Pepol. 1 1 HEAT! nan mu ftp h yVMh X lili li- II 111 I 1LT TOM THE HOT F WEW 63.The complition of the Afrliison To(ki & Snntii Fo Unltronrfto I.a Vega1) ami tlif Ilti Siiriiis and Die fact ihntltiuy, the Krctust corporttlion of thu an1', hjvTt voeently lii-muni' t lit ow o ers i)f lhee Sprint?, their policy titling to syne no money lo make tlie íioiiii.I uttrurlive, anl to-liiruit-li iii't Uniel anil iialh urvomniotlutiona to meet the iemuii ot their natrons. Ity tticp nuiit fyntem of 'lertlsin,ic, unit the liberal Hirit that lUvf iavi- uluay rhowii towarit t he lluv ial (nibllc, iuukelt un.iM'iMiiHvliHlieri taut that ihe liot Springs of New Mexico i ilo.-itiiieil to lie come lhe;reaieot Stniiai ium unit loui'ls iiesoitln. Ameiu'a. .1 he (íruiintlí at ihe SjiriiiK.s hau been luid out In lots ami inirk' to nuit tins wnnhs of tlio h"ine, plcau;'e, ami heutih seekers, the capiliiUct, ni.il all who want a iliralile pUno to live wneii health nnil gooil society can lie uhtinneil. Thíse-lots both for Uusined.i anil reonltiiCLo uiu now 1 fei'ud lor bule at u vury reaeonulilu price. These Bemarkable Springs althmiph (intirwillim a few years comparatively' unkrinwn to the outflrie w.irld, hnv a local repn lalion which anleilute the presen ic.enmry, and lfwm time iinuiorial havebeen resn'ictl to v. liifr Great. Si) loam' ly the natives of this Territory. The mineral const iiujntt. of i hese waters cIi-kc ly nvendde those ot The Ht Spiinjis of Aikansas, nd tho-c famou Tfairnml Springs l rnroe i he 1'IVUers in the allev ol Ihe Khine, mid '.he I'lornhleies, tins popular resort of Kriuice, siliinied' In the valley ot rt.e Vosf.es Mountains, and the I.eux in Ihe picturesque valley nt the font .film' pa.s over the Ciemiiil Aloiiiitans. Al these spili.gs thousand of mvu.ids vult uuuually, und nrw Cured of the Diseases of the Blood Skim Ktnmadl. paralysis, emit, rl ciimaticm, pravel, Calavrh, and female romplclnts hy lmlh in: and cirinking the waler. IVople viiliiiK the Hot j.rhiKs of New Mexico have hen cure i of all o Ihe above di-eases, und even more. It is the invalids pmadite. The (rcat Miiiaiantun I hif woild f..r lung diseases. The atmosphere is clear and dry, and pulmonary und iiiiiMntiic com- plaints are scarce! v known. The proportion 'of deaths from consumption here being smaller than in am stale or territory in the Union. The mean annual temperature at these lb t Springs i.s fit.) o Fahr, being at an elevation of nearly tilCO feet. Suinnierv are cool: nights from óó to 60 o, and th vir.ters are remarkably mild and drv, the temperature seldom falling below the freezing point. The rainy season is in Jitlv and August, These Springs are located in about 35 degrees of north latitude, which makes the climate mild and temperature unmarked, by extremes either of heat or cold. The bracing air, its mouutains, tlie gor geous pietiiresqueness of its canyons and vallevs combine to make it one of: the most pleasant resorts for tourists. Only 36 hours ride from St. Louis.. After leaving La Junta. Colorado, until reaching the Springs the traveler sees sj) read' before him a vast panorama of mountain, valley, and rocky can yons, stretching hundreds of miles. No better place can be found for tho-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 advantago of an early investment in property in and about the Springs, n,s Ihera are but iv few' hundred lots for sale,, and they will soon; largely enhance in value from the prices now asked- to the Write, or call at our office in the Baca. SpvLvg,. Dealerin Fancy lrcFi9 Fruit BETWEEN SOUTH-'.VEST Cor. Las Vsjas, -trxr 53 ' -Does a FISEIG TO AND FROM R". R. DEPOT, TO ANY PART OF- THE CITY OR COUNTRY. Advances charges on freight and collecting on delivery. A Careful a Prompt Attention gtocn. to all business intrusted to my care.. LEAVE OHVEltS AT J. GRAAF & NEW JIÜSUCEIÍ. F... HAMLIN. Dealer in- rmnnfi ES, WOOD M WILLOW WiRt tK ,H UEi and i21IE MQUORS; Solicits a share cf Public raironugc. Mining Exch?snge Building, BAST LAS Y KG AS, AT SPBEMCrS 1ESIC! wise is Suffieie building in Las Vegas, or at tiici MIL.I.S KEEC'SIER & CO. 9 PLAZA AND GAZETTE OFFICE: Xeiv Mexico. j 29-301. ft; General XT? : m.ii A T0 11 TOWN. SmTli & JIVTTOX, Ma nafirrs.