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, . 1 CO .10 0ü SPECIAL EXCURSION. An assured. Success. A car load of Shingle-? and Floi.rhvg The weather is unsettled and wc may vet some rain. bho sign 'for sale" tas begun to appear t.n houses about town. Co arid sec Ed. and Judd at the Ex shauge IIoteT Pa;rbcr shop. 32. -tf Another car load of cedar shingles just received by Kern t'c Ca.stle. 1 f the present dry spell holds, there is danger of .some of the wells going, dry . 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 find liuds that it promises suc cess. The faro has been reduced to $1.00 for the round trip, 100 tickets have already been sold and that many persons aro assured. TLosc desiring tickets will see him. No one will be allowed on train without ticket. No, complimentary tickets will be issued. Lavitt a; Watsox, E;tst. Las-Vegas For a good shave go toJci;:'s Bar er shop, at the Exchange Hotel. 2'2.-lw Juki Received. By J Topper Urol hers, cast side, a car toad of Fresh tint tor, eggs-, chickens, meat and country produce. Ci-3t. bill board has been added to the other metropolitan, new town. features of the Lookout for splendid bargains at I. Steün's next week. Bead the paper and keep posted on wha: ho has.. 11.0 Gallinas river from a silver rib bon has diminished to a thread with danger, of total disappearance. Houghtons new rooms are plstoicd. The art built by Mr. Caravauaugh for a tin shop is about ready to open, . O Extensive transfer of real estate took place in tho new. town yesterday; like- wis 1 in llic oldi agent.. The i wild was tl:3 Wafcrby the apple, man No; Ap jflelty tho wiiler man has sold his spring arid other -tr.inket3.and is , going back to Kansas 0 -.- M..D. Surisher, ot Manitou Springs Co), has been, taking a look at thl. city und iij talking of coming here with a livery on till. The woman-who took poison, spoil ed the sensation by not dying but wake. a-very good item by being a lair wav to recover. , Frank Adams, one of the eontrauor on the Hot. Springs iniprovmcnts, re ports everything progressing, t-atis-i;t-lorily. Stone vo.rk, wood work etc. is progressing rapidly. Saturday evening of last week says the JS'ctcs (fc Press Juan. Benito Ar chuleta under the influence of liquor.. was abusing Henry Lambert in the hotel at Cimarron when the. latter knocked the former down. Archuleta fell striking Ids head on a stone and ruptured an artery. Ho died ia a lew hours.. tti O. L. Houghton has been appoint ed agent for "Tho Hazard i'owder, Company." lie has l kegs of pow der on way from ,uw York which will soon arrive. lie will have con stantly on hand all sorts and kinds of blasting, sporting and giant powder of this most celebrated Brand and will. SELL, IT AT DeNVKU I'lUCKS WITHOUT any freight added. A magazine lias been built, and v. ill soon biv filled. With an enormous -dork ofnowder and fuse for the trade of New Mexico and Arizona. Apply to O. L. Uoi fJHTox. Las Vegas N, M. -A - There are some 13 hack- nT bug gies for passenger? runuing between the ea-st and west to v"ii. Their gains mv em go from $'y to 10 each hack. It ludientes a cousidcrabhj travel be tween the plazas. The fare is 10 cents per trip which gives the total number of passengers daily O'Mwoon the two towns at from 000 to 2000, a travel sutlieiont to support a street car line. A door key fomi.l a lew days-since has been left at this office. For Saic. 200 head of cattle. Address Mrs. Y Kohn, Las Vegas, N. M. 28-tf. All notices for the Weekly Gazette, must hercaltcr, lie handed in by Fri day 10 o'clock, as the paper goes to press in the afternoon. Fine Liquors and Cigars at. Addlkk & FniKmrAN's. CV'hc completion of the Atchison Tnpcka & Santn Fo Tin llrotnl to T-s V r:v1 tlio lt.V Spring unci th I'ur.t 1 li:t r limy, tlio rrCiiít'st corporation of the uíí huvo vwont .y Invenir i!.c owo vvmtí tlii'u Springs, their iwüuv beinif to p re no money to ni'ike tli. ;rniiinl utti'iicuvo, nun ti Fiivii i.-h niiip'i' Iloml unci Uutli iiiTniiiiiiiMliitmns to iwt llifi ''.mi.ui'U ot tlu'lr patrons. Ity t ii i-i- ííthiuI t-v-tcm ol alvciil.in.y;, muí I hi" lilivrui Hpirit Hint tln,.r i:'V:- nMvay down tmvnvd t In.' mmv I11K puliUc, iii:ikcslt 111 aic.omiilislii'il fact that i lie Hot SiniiiHd ul'Nev iMeXiCO-U-duotiiii-il ti tic--conn; llic-fíiciitust Sanit:ii iiiin uinlTouiis lit'sivt la AiiiCi icn. I lie jrionnils lit thu .prii.jrs h;is lii-eii luiit out 10 lots ind oiiik to cult tho vants of the hi-riif, HoiiMirc, nuil Ii0;il;h M-rkiTi-, tlic iaiitullst. ami nil linuant u (U-Mralile phire to livj hero tioiiilii mil ooJ M:i;io!y ctm I! ol)t:iiocil. Those lot.-t Ijotli l'.ir business unit ic-Klmi'.cn uio nowof leiuvl lor lie ut 1 very reasonable price. These prings Milnaii2i.c iieer. On tap a' Waeií's Hotel, Sausage of all kinds can be had at Chas. Hand's. opposite Dr. Shout's dwelling. Wanted. A chambermaid, or a man to do chamber work; inquire nt this office. luinril . Two good carpenters by. Fraxic Oodex. SfMf liny far SaSc. At La Junta, X. M. 23-tf S. B. Vv'alrous & Son. T. 11. WAG Alt. J. s. ci:i::i r. CREDIT $ WAG All, Barbers and IL'iirdrcssiirs, EXCIIANUU HOTEL, La Veg-is - - New Mexico,. (,'hariey Jcwett's house is nearly r-iady for the plasterers. Next week the tip btairs rooms. will all he plaster ed and work commenced down stairs. A. B. Stout l?..doing he work. Messrs. Nesbitt & Jloore arc l!e po u!ar proprietors of (he Saloon on this side of the Springs. They kecp good whiskey and lighter drinks to.sr.it the las.le ofiho weary Irnvclers to the heal ing fountains. Vi'c call attention to the card of T. V. Lofiu ; In anotiter column. Jir. Joft'.H keeps a first class saioun and jiro vides large gla-ses. for baer. He lilso keeps choice wines :uu iiquors. Go and see him. J. Y. Wiikinson. oi'tho 7th Cawdry Cutter's old regiment, is stoppiiyin town. liov. Forrester will have on the coach tills morning for Üarda Fe to la' geno two weeks. .T..Gaviske, city cd'ior of the JUcky Jioun!ai)i. Jfewah in tou 11. for the purpose ;f w i big up tac count! y rwid' enjoying a litile rest. T. F. Kissel, the gentleman in char ge of tita Wcsterzi Union Telegraph o. Tí ce in this city will move in a few days to new quarters in the Parker House where he will be fully prepa red to do the inerofiMüg telegraph business. Mr. Kissel I gives univer sal satisfaction to the public as an operator. W. II.. SHUPP. &Í3ALER. IN. Lots in East Las Vegas are now sel ling to substantial men who realize the importance of immediate invest ments to secure best locations, Tay lor Browning report business brisk. Gidl on them at their new Ileal Estate office. The enterprising citizens of crooked characters should begin to do some thing as there has not been a robbery or burgif.ry worth making a note of for some weeks past. The energies anil skill oftheenlire fraternity appears to have been devote to robbing thesia y arriving at the New '' 'vl nr.! d 1 s', ore of l.snioK Sti:;:n. 1'e has J ; ; s t l eceived a .large: f toi k of Hu1, Gent's Furnishing goods Clothing etc.. He has aboiit.'.vVJüO il' more goods on the load He will !so op"u oai in a few tlays his uew bj'ick. stor; in eat L;i. Vegas, and wi'l, keep a large slock t!iere. 1 Sontetiirtes a good local will -ri.pe lite eye or inemory of a reporter. This is the case wilh the neat lav,' offi ce ou the norih side f.ihily recognized by the .well executed: nielli which me!. At Las Vegas, New .".léxico Sept 5th 1870, infant bmu of Mr. and Mrs. V. A. (Jivens, aged three months. The í .lural will take place from the residence of Mr. Givens to-day to the Masonic Cemetery at 10 o'clock a. m. Friends are respect fujl invited to attend.. The funeral services of tlie Episcopal church will be read by l?cv. Anuin in the unavoidable absence oí líev. Forrester. . - In East Vegas an account book con taining water accounts. The Under will please leave the .same at this office or with Appleby & Little, East Ve gas. 1 . The number of Masons in theUmled Sí-ates, in round numbers, is 600,000. Garibaldi has arrived on the island o' (.'aprera. where ho intends to spend the 1 eiiiainder of his life. 'lio anuí versnry. the surrender of '("l.'in wa celebrated Tue-d" ihroio-h"ut Ci-rniíiny. A I líerün the ci-lf -braiien was made tlie occaaiim of great rejoicing. At a meeting of a large vnuber ol iV.i'i or)' cj;e);t:ors al Ibirnely. yesler ;mv, it wis resid ved. to form an immi ural ion association. The wh'sper of a beautiful woman can be heard farther than the loudest y di of duty. That's 1 I.n tint 'hop of the setison.'' HEAVY HARDWARE, Bar Iron of All Size?, English Cast Steel for Drills, Flow Steel, Chains, Nuás, and Washers All kinds of Wagon and Carriage Timbers. From New Mexico an si adjacent Ter ritories promptly tilled. Millionth rtntil within few venrs comparatively nnkiiovvn to the ontsrle world, liiivc n lornl ropu--al ion whii-li anteilnte tho presen.-rctiiurv, inid tfuin time inimoi inl nnve been resorleil to us th( Great Mlouin" bv the unlives ofthi Territory. The niliienil eonstituunts dLUh'mo waters c,. isciv ri'.oiolik'. Iliofe of íliü Hot Spiln of Aikiinras, anil llio-e liini.ma Tlierm-il prins ot 1 nrope Tho I'll Hers in the vnllev ot the Ithine, unit '.he I'loniblercs, the popnhir resort ol' t'rnnr.e, hitnated In the valley of the pistes Mountains, find the I .mix mi the pictine-iiiie valley t the loot l'tl. pass overthe (jcain.l.í.iuiail:dns. Atlhese sjuliiga thonsands of inva.ids vilt unmiali j , and ur of the Diseases of the Blood. Skin, stomach. paraJvf-is, pout, rl ciimatií-m. svnvcl, C'atan-h, and female pomiilalnt.-i hy huh ia aod drink injt the walir. l'eople vi.-iuuf,' I tie 'lot Swiiif,' ol'.Vew 5te. ico hav been eiire I of all o the ahiive di-eai-e-s, and even moie. It is the invalids puriidl e. Tne rc.it Mii.a iii iiim i f IIib world l'or Inn.t diseii.-es., '1,'iie atiin.-.phere is clear anil dry, and pulmonary mid iiiiuMi.uilc eoni- plainls are searcelv known. The proportion of deaths from consumption Itere bfing smaller than in any state or leiritorv in the Union. The mean. animal temperature at these Hot Springs is 50 o Fahr, being at an elevation of nearly 04CO feet. Summer are cool; nights from ño o to 60 o , and the winters are remarkably mild and dry, the temperature seldom falling btd'ow the. freezing point. The rainy season is in J til v and August. These Springs are located in about 35 degree-, of north latitude, which makes the climate mild and temperature unmarked by extremes either of heat or cold. ThebracMig air, its mountains, tlie gor geous picturesquenes-s of its canyons-ami vaüevs combino to make it one ol" the most pleasant resorts for tourists. Oniy JiG hours ride from St. Louis. . After leaving La. Tunta. Colorado, until reaching the Springs the travel-.r-sees spread before him a vast panorama of mountain, valley, and. rocky can yons, stretching hundreds of miles. No better place can bo found for ihc stock-grower to Jive and raise bis.famllv than at the springs. Vv'ith.all of the above, advantages the dullest of comprehension - cannot fail! lo sec the advantage of an early investment in property in and about tin Springs, as there are but a few' hundred lots lor saló, and they will soon, largely enhance in value from tlie prices now asked- A Word to the wise is Sufficient.- Write or call al our, office ia the Baca building in Las Togas,, or at the Springs. MIII.S BEECZIKS. & CO. Dealer in Faiaey mi BETWEEN SOUTH-'.VEST Cor. PLAZA AND GAZETTE OFFICE Las Vegas,. Xew Mexico. . j 29-80t. . LAS VEGAS, iV. Jf. nd View Hotel Docs aGeneral llorín uie uooi-on ciuier lTituirkt'il a dat'emir master m .lolm F.J'o.-lwlck and John C. Work, j young hopeful sat down on a lack l,t it a couvenieiit. oibVe vndthepro pirietors are good lawyers. That i- all the public need to know, ... . .. .-. . Judge: "Have you anything to oiler to the court before sentci'ee i- i.ased on yoii'i". I'risotw: "No, I hen the inttsie nr. tl .the bawl begad H V. Porter. Ihe Cimarron mer- South Second Street, LAS VEGAS - - N. Si. Dp. J. H. SUTFiri; Proprietor, T. AJOBES anaasr. TO AND FROM. R. R. DEPOT. TO ANY PART OF THE CITY OR COUNTRY. Advances charges on- freight and collecting? on-delivery.. A Cartful ' a Prompt Attention given to all business intrusted to ray care. LEAVE OH' T7 ti O AT J. GIIA A F & Decent additions to this House makes it the Largest and. Best Hotel in tho Territory. Tho Sleeping Rooms Are on the Second Floor, and arc airy, clean and comfortable and have perfect ven tilation. IVin. 17. jíV- fl"0 2NT3Z3 J3, v.-ho has charge of the CO?S STOUES. OLD AND NEW TOWN, SlflTh & JIUTTOX, Managers.. mm DEPARTMENT, MOIIAC II. F. Dealer in. HAMLIN. GRQ pi? ES, WOOD AID. W uu ow TT T I T- n WA kjs;. Ilns had Great- Experience in the Piisiness, having been connected with ill. s;i..i-, ...... i'..,......,, i ii i'!', - vU Jm !'' m TvM'" ,i0 "d lbdlroad Luting Ut i ? l" Jl ' Ukin, Kansas, be l;:i(l a car lord d Hour shippd trom I . Denver over the narrow.g.-yge road, j A llAOKFOIl PASSE XQ Ell? L p tiMlate .iiKtliinir has been heard of Judge; bad leu dollars, but my law- ' I"' 'l'."11' cannot befouml.; Kuns for this, Ho.usato aud frmathe ytL'rs.took. that."' 'It'tiuibnl Xacs. i iiqiut. FKUITS AKD VECJ B2T A55 hE8 :mü CHOICE Solicits a sliare of Public Patrcmsge. Mining Exchange Building, EAST LAS VEGAS, - - S. Mi. \n\n frite Wi v !:.. . Wiei M011Ü1.. Ui it i ;ir. . . .