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TKKMS: OneW.-rt 23 One M'Hitli 1 w Um er 10 00 The nights-Trow cold and chilly. Dr. Arnold's entertainments Avill bo ruu as iir&t cías. Lock hurt & Co.. have just fiuishcd burning anot her Kiln of brick. Dr. Arnold will open np to-nijrht with five new icoplc at the City Hall. AV. B. Stapp will built! a line resi dence in the new town iust cast of the Warner property. The, Rev. II. Forrester yesterday re ceived a check for $3.3, tho contribu tion tow ard the erection of the lipis copal church by a Doston man. The Brick machine of Loekhart & Co. will be runuing until frost to sup ply the increasing demand lor brick. Parties desiring brick should send m their orders at once. 47-3t: The principal business of the post master at Otero now consists in for warding mail matter to Las Vegas. He sends all his surplus mail matter here. Episcopal services will be held in a room two doois south of tho Gazettk otlice, at 10.-30 o'clock ffunda, by the ILev. II. Forrester. Sunday school at the same place at 10 o'clock. An entire new stock of Gencial Merchandise, especially ladies goods, just received by. Chas. Jlfelix Messrs P.xton & Co. of tho western meat market have just received a car load kjÍ tat hogf jfrom Missouri. '""" 46-fit. WASTED. A few passengers for Albuquerque at low rates. Inquire of 46-2t. Am.ER & Fkiedmas-. Frank Chapman has contracted a building 2."x90 feet on main sret just wef-t of Judge Hubbell's mMen cc. It will be used as a public hall. Mr. "Wheelock will 8U)crinteud the work. y í I K Y AJÍE COMING AT LA S T THOSE NEW 0001)3 OK THE BOSTON" CLOTHING UOUSK. EVEUYI50DY IS INVITED TO ('ALL AND GET POSTED UP ON THE LATEST FALL FASHIONS. 45-3t. . . Big Jim thinks Governor Amy prrts it in too tlnek when he allows n re porter for the St. Louis Republican lo interview him ami publish through the journal that Big Jim wasouc oft he K-tnge robbers. A Mexican atone of the dance halls last nipfit liada revotrer on. Officer Ktimon Ortiz rollural him and after a brisk little tnsel took the revolver and marched the man away. The re volver was a huge affair one of the old style for powder nnd ball. For anything-in the line of Bakers good caí) at the Las Vegas Bnkery aud Rofrant. Santa Fe Street uoutfi of Exchange Hotel, Tliihhs Jones St .. proprietors. 41 d lv DON'T FORGET THE OLD TÍE LIA IILK F.OSTON C LOT I NX G HOUSE AT OLD LAS VEGAS. THE PR "TIETORS AUK MAKING IT A - POINT TO KEEP ALE THEIir OLD crSTOMKRS IN SPITE OF A EL COMPETITION. . í-5t. nrlrk fr t. . fine hundred thousand brick just burned ready for delivery bv. LOCKKAKT St Co. J. J. Smith & Co. have purchnped the furniture store of Frank Ogden aud have ordered a Targe flock from the east, of bureaus, bedsteads, ctrp borK safe?, tables; rtands ehnirs, : fofllfis.' rflkpK He. Especial ''alten tion will be given lo-job work atl repairing. .See ndreftisenient i n ther foTnwn. nitxiixm;.., ..... The Furniture business is lively w'i,tjv Lopjtbrt Sc ,Oo.;,goods pre con? 'tantly going out airó! coining iiuTftose who want first das Cotton Mosa or Hair Mattress" ami Feather Pillows h.ouldgjve tUoraa calL 4Z-4L A project is on foot to build a post offico by a joint stock organization. Each subscriber 1s" to have votes in proportion to his fubscription.. The location to be between the acequia on the west and the one on the east side of the river. Mr. Chapman will guarantee ten per cent of cost of building to be nam quarterly to situs crioers, having tho right to pay off the entire amount inside of two vears. Mr. "Wheelock has prepared plans for a building 25 x70 feet to cost about 2.000. It is probable the. building will be erected soon as the present quarters will not do for winter. Charley Powell, well known here, j;ot iuto some trouble in Tucson which came near being disastrous to him. The report is that he had trouble with a man, shot at him and killed a Mexican instead. A crowd gathered and fears were entertained of lynch ing but tho authorities preserved peace. I). II. Flynn. engaged in sawing railroad timber at a saw mill some twenty miles from this city sustained a compound fracture of tho arm by getting it caught in the machinery. The arm was dressed temporarily and he eamc to town and had the fractures reduced by Dr. Pcttijohn. The foundations of the Episcopal church will be completed by Sir. Ca- vanaugh to-dav. EiLt hundred of the adobes will be delivered to-day. It will take I0,.r)00 adobes to comple te the house and work will be finished as rapidly as possible the funds being on hand to pay for it. The driver of the Bascom mail yes terday did not have any additional particulars than these given yester day morning of the Indinn rtiid at Apache springs. J t is likely wot so tcrious as first reported1. Everything has been quiet tf late aud it is about time for a shooting matcher something oí tnat kintt to liven things up. M The crowds about the dane and concert halls in t lie old town are not very large, and are rather quiet. M. Heise has rented the room ia Komero's building, south side of the plaza adjoining the butcher shop where he will put in a wholesale-liquor store the first of next month. He will likewise retain his present stand for the retail trade. The Indians are getting bad all around. PERSONAL. John Do4d jr. arrived this morning from New York. Frank Ckapma.il went cast oot the train last night to lay in a new stock of goods. Ex-Gov. Athony ami Hon. M. A. Otero have gone to the valley of the Rio Grande railroad business. Henry Jaffa is expected homp from Trinidad, to-morrow. He has purchas ed a large sttw-k oí new goods east for fall and winter, which arc now arriv inir.. . . . T. F. Ohnpiiaan returned Thursday from visit to Flavina n & Coa mica mine up thw river. lie reports the mine a good oím On liis ret writ he ran a ciiiiiamonbear out of t lie river but not having lire arm failed to cap ture him. W. Tobner proprietor of Mic Senate saloon has gone to ."Kansas- City, lie will vls't the exposition ami attend to private business while there. Mr. J. A. M.K'kley, proprietor oí the Mackley House is having a silver ode prospected near the Springs;. It &ho W8 up well so far. . -y: Vr. Pierce WcKcogh of tho "Jrinidnd Enterprise 'was iiiuoiig the arrivals by train yesterday.- -morning. Kir. Kejli is an old timer ' here having bec-tt in Las Vegas 22 yeai-3 ago. He cons back now to see how itlooks siiucetbe railroad reached here. MAltKIED. On the 'night of Sept. 14, at Stnta Fe, at the residence of Mr. Gwugh, Mi.lü. SdhwarU wa united in inar riige with M'rs. Angelina Beard, by líerG. VIíígglWl- ; " r ? ' Notice. '! Kotíec i tierf-br given tliat the part . nersliip heretofo existing between James TrSimms and John F. Degnon Kailro.-wl Contractors, under the firm name of Slmins,fc Degnon was on this diiy dissolved by mutual consent. LaV Vegas, New Mexico, " Scpl. 19 th 1879. JamesT. Simms, John F. Dhgixox. 48 d-l Groceries at low figures. A. M. Janes having decided to wholesale produce only, will sell his stock of groceries at very low rates. Clerk. Wanted. A clerk in general store who speaks English and Spanish fluently. Apply to Ilori'iiit Bros., 46-tf East Las Vegas. The finest beef pork, sausage etc" at the western meat market. ' ' ' 46-6t. Go and sec Ed. and Judd at the Exr change Hotel Barber shop. 32-tf. v ENGLISH CHEVIOTT, FRKNCH WORSTED, FINE CASIMERE SUITS OF ALL GRADES AND COLORS ARE NOWFOlt INSPEC TION AT THE BOSTON CLOTT ING HOUSE, Fresh oysters st Graaf & Co's. Fvr a good square meal go to the Las Vegas bakery and restaurant. Penny saved is penny made; buy your papers at Rkber's news depot. 453t. Harper, Leslie, Clipper and all pic torials, 10 cts at Eebeií''s news depot. 45-3t. A car load of eastern lumber, sash and doors, iust received by Hupe. & Castle. wanted. Every fanaily in Las Vegastohavea loaf of tho Boston Brown Bread at the Las Vias Bakery & liestaurant Tw Blocks south of the Exchange Hotel. A Car loHil of Beer. Just received at Dawson's whole sale liquor store. 45-lw. For Furniture go to Rbixs in the Baca building. For a good shave go toJurrrs. Bar er shop, at the Exchange Hotel. 22.-lw For Sale. 200 head of cafttíe. A(ídrcsMrs. Y Ivohn, Ls Vegas, N.M. 28-tf. Fine Uquors aEttí Cigars at. Addler & Friepqcan's. Milwaukee Beer. On tap at Waoxer's EEotel. New IIy for Sale-. At La Junta, 3í. M. 28-tf S-B. Watrous & Son. NEW FURNITURE STORE ! I civ the attention of tAtrlli.ons of Los Vcgns nd tloo public geuornllvto the ft tlmt I have opened a XKW FURM1TRE S'TORE in F. C. Ojotes'' old stand, where tho pople wirailnd n llrst clii83 stock wf Bureaus, Bclsteacls, Cupboards, 8ac9 Tables, stands, Chairs, &c. Also u complete assortstcnt of Coffins and Caskets I huve hnA several yenrs C'xperifcncc in Unfter tnking mid feci satioliud Hint alisSíictiou wilUbe givun. GIVE. ME A CALI... ESrEspcciuí attcntip will bo given to Job wtrt nmioepiiiriiijj;. .1 .i qittii rrtt , Soptomfctr 18. 1879'. "A THING OF BEAUTY ISA JOY FOREVER !" THE WHrCE' SHUTTLE PIEWIXO Mn't-hlne, coBrtainiiiK"!' tlin liile-l nn.t bt liuiiiovcjiifnts, for nalc ut BEIMtOtK fKICKS. All Ma-hiue warmntad new una In pcrficl ordr. : t , , v ... ;,( Almost doiwIcm easy rnnnlfljt. ' f , í WM. 'II. II. A LLlSOy, EAST I. AH VE;a, WciLoí Je.vett' Uuul. "'iw.J','l'.L "saw ILdDTg ÍFÍDIE SA1LIK AT TIE MT SPBIWGS F MEXICO. CSTbe completion of the Atrhissn Topeka- & Santa Fe Rnllronilt Ii Vc(Hiaow tile II Springs awl the l'act that Ihey, the preatest corporation of the u, hnvo recently bccoiuetR own ers of these Springs, thtdr policy being to spre m money to make ( ground attnictive, wil to furnish ample Hotel and Balh necommodations to meet the demand ot their putrons. I'.y nu-i ftrand system of advertising, und the liberal spirit that the- iavo nhvay.i hoví towanl t he twiv Ing public, makes It an afcom-.ilishud fact that ihe ltot Springs of New iMexico Is de-itinciV to be come Hie greatest Sanitiinm andTourls Ucsort In America. ihe grounds at the Springs has been luid out in lots and porks to suit tho wants of the home, pleasure, aud hcalih seekers, the capitalist, and all who want it desirable place to livr wlieiw health nnd good society can be obtained. These lots both for bn.jincss and residences ar' M(vw of fered lor sale ut n. very reasonable price, 'i'heso Remarkable Springs althMifrh Vintll within n fw years comparaliniely nnltitown to the outside w.rld, have a loeri pn tatioa which antedates the present century, and from time immorial have been resorted to as Mio "Great Slloam" by the natives ot this Territory. The mineral constituents oftln'se waters rlo.tly resemble those ot the Hot Springs ut Arkansas, nnd thoi- famous Thermal Sprinprs rd KtiDpe. The l'ftü'ers in the valley ot the Rhine, and Hie Plombienrs, the popular resort of Fiance, smntol in the valley of the Vo6ges Mountains, nnd tho l.cux m Die picturesque vallayut tin; foot id'thr pass over tho Ucmnil ilountulus. Al these spiltigs thonsands of invalids vir.1 anniuliy, and itiiw Cured of the Diseases of the Blood Skin, fttomneh. paralysis, gout, rhcumntism, gravel, Catarrh, and lemale complaints by b.iihiiifr and drinking the water. Pcoplo vis-Sing thefcTot Springs of New Mexico have been cureii of nil off the above direases, and even more. It is tho invalids- parad!-.. Tlie great eniiata!iiiiin id' thu worldJor lung diseases. The atmosphere is dear aud di'7, andi yulmunny and uiia itiiallo com plaints nre scarcely knowri. The proportion of deaths from conaumplton lii'0 being mnlMiy than in art' ítatc or territory iiy the Union. The mean annual temperature at these Hot Spring is 5! dog. Falir., bv.nir at an ele vation, of nearly tt,4. 0-foet. Summeus nro cool? nights from to 60 deg., and the w:u.lers arc ic maikalily mild and dry, the temperatnre selikim falling below the iieezlnrf jioint. Tho rainy season In July am) August. Tlieso pring. are located life about 31 deyveesol nitith Uilltu te, which! make3 the climate ii!d nnd temperaturcMinmurked by eitremes citiwr of hint w old. Tins bracireg air, its mountains, the gorgeous pioturesqueness of its cuiinns and TOMeyscumWom to tuaku; It one of the most ploasant resorts for tourists Only ?Ai hours rkle from St. Louis. Aitsr liMvingr la Junta, Colorauov until rcachingrthe Springs tho traveler sees spread beüre a vast panmaimt ot) mountain, valley, and rociy cafloiis, stretching; hundwds ol miles. No bekier placo can be found for the stock-grower to live and raise tils family than at the Springs. With all of the above adjutages the dullest, of comprshension cannot fall thec the advantage of an etiuly Investment m property In and about th Splines, as there are but a few hundml lut loir sale, and they, will eoon largely enhance in valu no m the prices now nske-i. A Word to the wise is Sufficient Write or cS at our ofUca in the Unca bu&ting ki I-as Vegas, ra-Bt the Springs. (VIST'S BLACKSMITH, WAGON AMI OUT FITTING SHOP, On Railroad Avenue, Opposite Warehouse Browne $ Manazares, East Las Vegas, - H. M. is so if open ron b usjnes.s. SJJ'f93CING a SpecSilty. Will shoe draft hrscs and mules with har-tencd sSsel toes, In th mot,aubtantial manner. Light and fancy shoeing, withouu lu-jiing or ii.tcrl'ei-nijf . WHr give special attention to all kinds of HACK and CARKIAGK WCtilC. W:ll. wt tires with out dishing or lanmige to wheels. Will set axles, on suicntilh: principles, that cannot fall to rum in the-most perfect manner A completa stock lor XUiiAVY UU'l JflTTI&U ana 'IRAIL SVUKIC always on hund. Will guarantee satisf:is&u in prieta aud wokuiuisliip. earoivE jíe a call. ILas Vegas Transfer Co -Does a FKÉÍGI1TÍÑG BUSINESS. :0 AND FJtOM B. R. DEPOT, TO ANY PART 01 THE C3TI OR 0OÜNT3ÍY. AtlvaAccs charges orj frtigh't ant? vSJ!e-ling o delivery. A Careful, a - Proiapt. Attentin gvü to all business intrusted to my enrc. LEAVE OHÜEI1S AT J. GRAAF & CO'S STORES. OLD AND NEW TOWN. SMITli & JIJJTTON, Manager. HORACE H. Dealer GROCEIES, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE. JPRUITS AND VEGETABLES c ''.'. !..( V,-, ; .: -i : -, -.SolidU a share of , s; .Mining -Exchtoge "Building, : EAST LAS VEGAS, - - y. M. J. GIST. Gniiiral F. HAMLIN. in and CHOICE LIQUORS Public Patronage.