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Las Vegas Daily Gazette. LOCKECABT & CO., -Ve. Wednesday September 24, 1879. 1 ' ffnil ArranerrarntiL-The Tout-Office wil ho opcaed daily, exoept Sundays, from 7:30 a. i ., until x. p. m. Sundays, one hour alter the arrival of each mail. iviiHtem M i I. leaves La Veja, daily, at sa w., arrivesut 7 p. u. WcNlra .Af alt. LeavesLns Vegan, daily, al a. m., trrives tit 7p.m. Jtaii ela at t p. w. Pfron Mall. Leaves T.r.s Ve, Pally at S a. arrive daily from the south a- t) A. m. Mail cloics at 7 o'clock A. v. 4'liitfa Mnit. Leaves La 'egas,at 7 A. m. rri res at 7 A M. Hra I nil. Leaves La Vegas Saturday at 8 a.m., arrives r ridays at C p.m. No money orders issued or fav!, nor let tern registered alter 4 p. M. T. K. (,'it ai'.max; Postmaster. Ill A PM A Si Lodge No. 2." A. K. A A. M " meets on the Welnesdny of each month be fore tho full ol the mooa at the Masonic Hall, cutral Street, lietween Somh 2d utid 3d Strl. Olmrles Illeld, Sec'v. riiureli Kotieea. '-eshytcriau hnrcli Morning arid eeuing service 10: V A. l. and 7 : HO V. M. -undny heboid in the afternoon. Pautar, l!ev. i. A. Aiinni, tobe found at Ins residence iin ftu'diatcly adjuinlngthe Church. t7iisop:il fhitrrli Iter. If . Forrester. ci i ices tn Court House, north of pluxa, every Su-may at ID::id A. M.., jiud 61'. M. Ail ;.re cordially invtlea. A. T. A IS F. It. It. Time Curd X, JS, Inking eOoct Sept. 711. .' iv i; .:): : IU I ,:iU . :-J i 7:h . Arrive. 4 .-:!.' i. in I.n Junta I 3'rinidad I Starkvlllf Mu-lev Tu 1 1 tit I X Tunnel S M'llloiv spring! I (icio I Maxwell Ucir.iey Springer Wciiu Wagon Mounds 'I loton AVatrotis Homero I. AS VUiAS 111. Ill , I III. III. II!. i.-li):-io a. in 10:411 a. in. Jo:i ,i a !l:4la ó :12 a l':oii a S:J2:i -8:0.1 a 111. Ill ' ill in. in. :n . in. ni . in . 7: .o i. in -'. li: ;:C i i. in I': I 'I n. ill A--0:l'l :i G:.'l."i:i .VtOil . . p .:;.i a. :."i."i .1 . ; : I J ,i . ": i . ! ."i . i , ' : ' ' i . i . I.I. 4 :-'() a. in y.- ln a. in. 2:11 a. m. 1:21 a. in. 12: '0a. in. II. -"(p. in. 1(J:.'M;... m. Leave. timo i-rr, minutes faster lli-iii local . I. HOVKY, Agent. J.iis Veens. '. ill: IIXT OF ARRIVALS. The following s a partial lint of ar viváis it the. hotels of the oily. Msiclilejr 8Ior.se. Kist I.n Vega-i, opposite Depot. J II"nry McCrystal, P. (J- Andrews, í:ii:t!:i; I. F. Milier, Texas,- Win. JVrkiu-, Kims.; ,. X. Stoner, City; .Yo. n.-uis; .). Wohli; Albert A. Ma.'kley, lJ;ii!ro:ul; W. ( Boles; .7;:. n:irris, Homy Slicrer, Texas; Doctor i.cvcr-.iii; (ieo. Y, A Van!, City; I). W. '.Vest. Railroiul; Dan Harris; S. S. Stroll; J. 0''XciI, Si. Louis; J. E. Moore Ouliih.'iu.-, Oliio. E'. liiiiii;e Hotel. J. II. l!iin!rnl. St. L:jis; M. Cos-jri'.u-r; P. .folni.-on; I. I' ranee, M. Har ris. Si. Louis' J. . -loinisoii, Sania Fe; L. li. üopkin.s, Ft. AViujfiitc; Ueo.JIu j:!: vt il'c and cliildren. Denver. XVnKrsier IIte. J. II. Powell, PhicoiuE. I'io;en,Pin eoti: Ilary Hiiinlord, Ft. Uuiou; Christ J'.runa, La Constancia; J. A. Hodge; ,,S:;it). Vratrous, La Junta; S. Ilysiiigcr Cily. I'arker Hotel. Calvin Pratt; J. S. 'Wood, :ev Or leans 11. M-.-iklo, Spririgiort Mich.; N, iSanderson. John Forshcc; - ''KM ward," said Mr. I 'rice, ''what tlo I hear, that you have disoVeycd your grandmother, who told you just i )v not to jump down these "steps?" "Urundma didn't tell us not to papa; slie only came to the door and said, "1. v. ouldn't jump down those steps, hoys, and shouldn't think she would, au old lady like .her!" Pen Butler has been for years feed ing tally t the Massachusetts labor ing men. He has played his part well in this work,andnowhe propo-es to l'-( d himself. ' Jn "other words, he has Ik 'hi Piiitler long enough, and will now, he thinks, take a seat at the head of the table. A. Rclson & Co, Anton Chico, Xcw Jiexico Commission Merchants And Dealers in General Merchand ise, Wool, Hides, Cattle and Shosp. Corrals, Stables and Forage Agency J91-tf CUNTS A TEAK. THK CHICAGO WKKKI.Y NfeWK. CHKAl'KST weekly liKivsiciner 111 thu U.S. SKVBNTY-KlVK Cunts a Y k a n . iostaKRlNCl?t!l)l-;i). 'ffIP.ltll VM!ll tit piiniicai.ioii. it is eieclnlly complete un a nriripaiirr. iiuli llshiiiK all llic dis- lmt.liMU rt I. ,1.- ............ j... ... Weetern Associated' Press and the ivauouai Assor.lareil t'resi.lieiles n.i extensive system nfKm.clal(lls palclies from all Import int tiolnis. It Is Indeprndtntin Politic: pre senting political newfl free from partisan coloring, without fear or favor. Kvery iminhHrcoiitstns Six t'omrhied StorUt. A favorita f ami J v paper. It Is the Cheapest Weekly In the rj. S. T5 routs a yer. Address Chicago Weekly UN 53,The completion of the Atchison TaficVa & Santa Ke Unilwad to Ijií Vcjím and the Wot Spriiifrs and the fact that I hey , the greatest corporal ion of the age, have recently become the own ers of these Spriujrs, their policy liuiug to sjire no luouey to make the ground attractive, and to furiiiMh amp!e llolel ud Bath aeeoniinodatioiis to mout the demands ot their ualronti. Ity their (trand systesn of advcrtHin(r, and tie liberal spirit that the? jave alwya shown toward t he truv llng pubkc, makeslt an aecumplished fact that he Hot Springs of Xew Mexico is destined to be come Ihe greatest Sanitatium andTourls Kesort in America. 'I lie grounds tit the Springs has been laid out 4n lots and parts to suit the wants of the home, Heasune, and heal ;li seekers, the capitalist, and nil who Maint a desirable place to live where health and Rood seicty can bo obtained. These lots botU for business and resiien.-es aro now of fered for sale at a very reasonable price. These Remarkable Springs although intll witiiin n few years comparatively nnkiiown to the outside wjvld, have a local repu tation which antcdaUM the pva-ienf century, ami frm time immorial havebeea resorted to as the 'Great Siloiim" by the natives otlhis Territory. The mineral constituents of these waters closely resemble those ol iho llot Kpntngs of Arkansas, nnd tbo.-c fmnoiis TUerinal Springs ol hurope. Ihe l'fcllers in litó valley ol the IMiiue, and the l'lonibleres, the popular resort of Krane.n, situated In the valley of t Ikí Vosees Vouiitaius, and the l.Biix in the jiictureMine valley at tiio foot of the lass over Ihe Ul-iiuiiI Mouutmnn. At these spitngs Ihonsandti of invalids visit auuually, and are Cured of the Diseases of the Blood S-k in, slomiicb. piirulysis, j;nut. rl eumatism, gravel, Cnlairli, and female complaints by balhing .nid drink i UK t he water, i'wple visiting the lint Springs of New Mexico linen been cured of all of the 'nove diñases, and even ntore. It is tho invalids iiaradl-e. Toe great Siinalti itiiu of the world fur liinj.',- diseases, 'flic aUuosphere is cliarmid dry, and pulmonary and miasmatic com plaints arc scarcely knowil. TIk! proportion of denllis from consiimpllon here beinjr njaller thnn In any ftuteor lerritory In the L' u ion . The ine:in unniuil teiiiirature at these Hot Springs is 51) (leg. 1 aiir., being atjiii ele vation of nearly 0,4 t feet. Summers are cool ; nights from fifi to ( dcg. , and t be winters are re markably mild nnd dry, the fmperulHi-e seldom I'alUng below the lidding jioint. Tiio rainy M-asiin 1-In July and August. Tliisn .springs are located ill about 35 degiecsol noilli latilu le, which makes rlie cllmati' mild and ti-iuperatiirc uiiiiuii ked by extremes either of heat or cold. The b-.-iiciiig air, its nioui.tr.ins, I lie gorgeous pieliirestiieness of its e;i Flops and val leys combine to make r one ol'thc mo ! plen stint resorts for tourists Only :S! hours ride from SI. Louis. After leaving i.a .Junta, (.'olorailn, wutil reaching the Springs the traveler sees spread before a vast panorama ol mountain, valley, nnd rocky ca:"ions, stietcliing hundred- ol miles. No better place can be found loi- tho-iitock-grówcr to live'nnd r use hM family than at the Springs. With all of tile above 1 1 vantage i the (iiiilesi o I (ompreheusion cannot fall to we the advantage of an early investment in proper y i. niul about the Spiings, as there aie but a few hundred lots (bí sale, atid tliey will kooii Uirg-ly enljanci; in value iroiu the prices now asked. A Word to the wise is Sufficient. AS" rite or call at our office in the IJ-.ica building in Las Vegas, or at the Springs. a: FITTING On llaihoad A venue, Opposite Warehouse Browne ' Manaztíj8t East Las Vegas, 1L M IS RO W OPEN FOR B US1NE&S, SIIOKING a Specially. AVill shoo draft h irses "nU mules with hard-encd fteel toe in the moat substantial manner. Light and fancy shoeing, wituone laming or interfering. AVill give special attention to all kinds of HACK nnd CAKK1 AGE WOP.Ii. AVlll set tires with- mil ilwliin.r i.i' H.i , .i iri. lit ii Iwinlj Hill cm .i i-1 1... I.... i : it : . I .. . . i. . . ..... ...... ... ..novio. "inru ii.i.io, in the most peridot manner A completesloi k for uimijB on iiuiiu. villi guaraiiiee buusiaciiou ni pj CsTGlVK ME A CALL. ILas Teisa Transfer $D Does a FREIGHTING 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 given to all business intrusted to my' care, LEAVE 01ÍDERS AT J. GRAAF & GO'S STORES. OLD AND NEW TOWN. SMITH & JÍUTT0X, Managers. HORACE II. F. HAMLIN. Dealer in GROCEIES, WOOD Al WILLOW WARE, FKUITS AND VEGETABLES and CHOICE LIQUOK8 Solicits a share of Public Patronage. Mining Exchange Building, EAST LAS YEGJS, - . jt OUT- í mi .-i ii-iiiuii. iiiniiirs, I I1H I CHI 1 11 1 .' I I t O V 1 1 11 JIKAA'Y UL"I KI'íT.lXG unu TiíAIL, Ollii ices aiiit voiKinaii.sHip. J. (1ST. Ucuer.'d B so. SHOP. Ii iEW LAS VEGAS. WILL Contract for B1Mj of nil Kinds and Descriptions, with of without Furnishing materials. WILL also keep on Hand LUMBER, DOOBS, SASH, AND BLINDS. By strict atteutiou to business Ave TOWN LCTS FOR SALE! ! At the new town of Watrous, formcly knowu as La Junta X. Junta lí. II. Depot. The location is Aiéll known, a beautiful valley, rich farming country avcU supplied Avith Avatc:' for irrigation amlall other pur poses. Natural good roads leading in every direction to its large surrounding; agricultural and grazing country. c Good I3ii3ixxosis A good business point second to none in New Mexico all it needs is a foil live stirring business men nnd nothing will hinder its progress. Trv The P. II. Depot will be in readiness to recievc and deliver freight here fW all poiuts surrounding:. Liberal inducements avíII be given to business m S. J5. Watrol-s & Son. La Junta N. M. THE FIEST ADVENT Having made arrangement- with the citizens of Las Vegas to establish ALL CLASSES OF FBEIGIIT to and from the dotx-i rii1i nr thílmsines!!1 "'lS aml BOOTH Ma i 2Sa 1879. LOOK OUT FOR TIiEL()C()M()TLrE JAFFA BEOTHEííS ! iincJiLSírAv7;hF5nh for sdliaír íío,,,ls c,,cai,er th!,u ""i vc Having Irad a long cxperieneo m the Mercantile Business andhavino made it a sia.ly to please their customers and all who favor them wi Ml tl 7 patronage (lo now invi.e the people of Las Vcgasand Vicin v n I n 1 who may come to Las cgas to buy good,, to call at their store and , "x nnc their goodsamlget their prices and we are sure thev will lecv attention V o will receive orders by mail will, ere and promptness. ' Jiespecll'iiily, JAFFA BKOTITKUF . Vni OLE SALE AND RETAIL dealer ñz Mqiwr & Ci&ars. Sole agent in New Mexico For nilLlPP BUST A Co.' Milwaukee beer in Kegs & bottles. WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEA LERS In General Merchandise and Outfitting Goods Las Vegas, New Mexico, Wool, Ifídc. Pelt and Produce generally bovghljor Cash of wthanm a wn'kct irii.nj. P3 1879. H S3 Store ofthe PedSign, South Side of Put Vc S.tvnre, Las Vegas, N. JL ust received and is constantly receiuo large and assorted ftock DPAG00I)S,CLOTHlNOf.0ROCERIES, LIQUORS, Etc., hope to receive a liberal share of pat- attcni1 10 1 'ttrrs appertaining to & HAMILTON. 9 Ú ""5, in iinu av., cnicaifQi, iu.