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Las Vegas Daily Gazette.
Fridvj, September 2G, 1879. Wall Arrmrrarali.-The Post-Onlce wil le oiecd daily, excpj Sundays, from 7:30 a. m., until tt. r. ü. Sundays, oiw hour after the arrival ofi'acti mail, t'jaatera Mull. Irave La Vegas, daily, at 8 A w., armes at 7 p. w. Wflfr Mnll. Leaves Las Vegas, luily, at ti, m., u-rives at 7r.x. Mail elos es at r. m. I MaWI. Leave Las Vegas, Daily at 8 a. m., arrives dally from the south ai 8 a . m. Mail cloaca at 7 o'clock a. . Vials Hiail. Leaves l mu Vcgua,at 7 a. k. arrives at 7 A M. fori Mm.II. Leave Las Vegas Saturdays at 8 a. m., arrives rMdiivs nt 6 r. m. 63, No money order issued or paid, nor let ters registered after 4 p. m. T. F. CiiAPMAif rostmaster. C1HAP1HAN I.Adsre No. 1 A. F. A. M meets on the Wednesday of each month be fore the fvill ol the moon at. the Mason Hall, cutral street, between áontb 2d and 3d Strts. Charlea Ilt'cld, Sec'y. Churrh Nottetsj. rebjterHn Chureti. Morning and evening service 10: 4.Í A. M. and 7: 30 1. M. Mnday achitol in the afternoon. Faster, Rev. J. A. Annm, to be found at his residence im mediately adain4ngthe Cha re h. rpineopnt Church. Rev. Iff. Forreater. .services In Court House, north of plaxa, every Sunusy at 10:30 A. 11., aud 1. M. All are cordially iuvueu. f l.T.AH.F. I. R Time Card No. 23, taking effect Sept. 7th. Leave (t: p. m. a J:0 p. m. i. 7:01 . m. 7:21 p. m. 7:41 p. in. in.' KiJ.'ip. m. n:.Vp. m." a it: 10 j. tu.-t 10: jj. m. U: i p.. HiMu. m. U:i.Sa. ut. 3:11 u. on. 3:00 a. . 4:Un. m. 5:09a.m. .VS.Ia. m. A rric La Junta I Trinidad j Stark vllle Morlev Tunnel X Tunnel ft Willow Springs I Oten I Maxwell Horsey Springer Oeate Wagon Hounds 'lliiton Wiitrous Homero Las Vega Arrive. 4 :'Xi p. m . I 10:40 a. m A 10:40a. m. lo.iifia. m. S:40a. m. fl: 12 a. m ifcOOa. m. K:2ia. ra. -:00a. ni. -:40a.m. 6:35 a. m. 5:40a.m. 4;0a.m. 3;: a. u. 2:11a.m. 1:21 a.m. 12:06 a.m. ll;20p. m. 100 p.m. i.enre L- A- p3"KHihrovd time is B5 minutes faster than local time. C. V. HOVKY, Agent. Las Vegas. MIT Or ARRIVALS. Hotel. Wess Anderson, Iowa; C. Lyne, Chi ca go; W. W. Wildy; Mass.; J. A. JsiualL, La Ciuta; C. Mclsaa:kt. Vgrner Hotel. J A.. Page, Pueblo; James Fraua g&n, St. Lous. Parker HwCel. .. It. Wiufield; Chas. E. Jones, Dod ge City. Btftckley Sl4Miee. East Lm Vegas oupeaile Depot. WJ A. Page, Pueblo; Frank Hugh, Dodge City; P. Snider. Wellington (J. L. Brown, Dodge City; Wm. B. McLnchlin and wife, Thayer Kan.; ,1. Gist and wife, Altoona.; J. J. Webb, Dodge itv; L. W. Danils, Kansas City; i. T. Todd, Pueblo; Lee, .Smith. Atlanta Ga.; Fred, Scott, Fort Smith Ark.; William Hamilton, Iowa; ChaR. Hardy, Otero; John tsmith, Otero. , Hll De LaMatry desj)airs of the republic since me greenoacic aercat in Maine. SAFE ! SAFE ! FOR SALE. ONE HALL'S TATKNT DOUBLE DOOR HUE AND IHJRGLAIM'I'OOr- 8AH5, with five .plate Imrglar box and three-plate inside wvi, muí fiivon-noirs, dook spaces and """". ncigiH, ,uou pouous. Parties wishing to purchase, an do so on REASONABLE IERMS, by addressing, Sank of Southern Colorado, 32S-3ra. Trinidad, Colorado. A Nelson & Co, Anton Chico, New Mexico Commission Merchants And Dealers in General Merchant! ise, Wool, Hides, Cattle and Sheep. Corrals, itablcs ami Forage Agency J91-tf CKNTS A TEAR. THE CHICAGO WEEKLY NKWS. CHEAPEST weekly newspaper In the U.B. BVNTV-riV Cimts a Year, postage INCLÜDKD. Fifteenth year of publication. It Is especially complete as a newspaper, pub lishing all Hie dis patches of both tha Western Associated Press and tha National Associated Press. besides an extensive system of sprclaldls- fatchpsfrom ll Important points, t Is independent its PoliUt$, pre sentliif political news free from F artisan coloring, without fear or avor. Every nnmbereontalnsSij! Completed fitoriu. A, favorite family paper. It Is theCbeapest Weekly In the C. S. 7S cents a .year. Address Chlcato Wweklv r.News, 123 Flfili Av, Chicago lLdDTS FdDIHl AIL1E AT THEE IHKOT F1EIN(& F NEW MEXltn. 1Q i 63,The completion of the Atchison Topcka A Santa Fe Railroad to Us Vegas and the Het Springs and the fact that they, the greatest corporation or tne age, nave recently oco.m ..- springs, ineir policy ueiug io npr u mumj - .ü-!- !e Hotel and Bath accomioodattons to meet the demands ol their patrons. By their eraot these furnish ample anUl within flew years comparatively unknown to the otttsiae worm, have a local repu ich antedates the present century, and irem time immorial have beea resorted to as the nnumM iiv th nativ ni i h is Tnrritnr v Thp. mineral constituents of the6e waters closely IlirillSIl SIIIUIi; IIWI WIIU IHIiMvwimHvit.iiwuB . ...v . . ----- . , - . grand system of advertising, and the liberal spirit ttuit they jBve always shown toward t he trav Ftngpubllc, makesitanaccomilishedtsot that ihe HotSpringsof New Mexicois destined to be come thegreatest 8snitaiium undTourls Kesortln America. , ,.a I he grounds at the Springs has been laid out in lots and parV to suit the wants or tne name, pleasure, aud heallh seekers, the capitalist, and all who want a desirable place to live where health and good society can be obtained. Those lots both lor business and residences are sow ol fered for ale at a very reasonable price. These Remarkable Springs although Ution wh resemble those ot the Hot Springs of Arkansas, and those famous Thermal 8prings ot Europe. ri, ur.ii. in th .iw r.t ih lihlno nt hp l'lnmliKres. the uoDUlar resort of ranee, situated in the valley of t he Vosges Mountains, and the Leux in the picturesque valley at the foot of the pass over the 4icmmi Mountains. At these springs thousands of invalids visit annually, and are Cured of the Diseases of the Blood 4 Rkin, stomach, pnralyeis, gout, rheumatism, gravel, Catarrh, and lcmule complaints by bathing nd drinking the water. People visiting the Hot Springs of Sew Mexico have been cured of all of Ihe above diseases, and evn more. It is the invalids paradise. The great Sanatariuin of the world for lung diseases. The atmosphere is clear and dry, and pulmonary and miasmatic com plaints are scarcely known. ... The proportion of deaths from eonsumpMon here being wealler than In any state or territory in the Union. The mean annual temperature at these Hot Springs 4s 0 deg. Fahr., being at an ele vation of nearly ,4 0 feet. Summers arc cool; nights from 6ft to 60 deg., and the winters are re markably mild aad dry, the temperatave seldom falling below the freezing point. The rainy season Is in July nd August. These springs are located id about 86 degrees ol north latitude, which makes the climate rniM and temperature unmarked by extremes either of heat or cold. The bracing air, its mountains, the gorgeous picturcsqueness of its cations and valteyscombine to make It one of the most pleasant resorts for tourists Only M hours ride from St. Louis. After leaving La Junta, Colorado, until reaching the Springs the traveler sees spread before a vast panorama ot mountain, valley, and rocky canons, stretching hundreds of miles. Mo tetter place cau be found for the etock-grower to live and raise his family than at the Springs. With all of the above advantage the dullest of comprehension cannot fail to see the advantage of an early investment In property in and about the Springs, as there are but a few hundred lots lor sale, and they will soon largely enhance In value irosu the prtcJs now asked. A Word to the wise is Sufficient. Wrer call at onrofaec in the Baca building in Las Vegas, or at the Springs. MII.I.S DEE1 IIEH K CO. bIT' JÍ1EW BLACKSMITH, WAGON AND OUT FITTING SHOP, On Railroad Avenue Opposite Warefynse Brown Manazaret, East Las Vegas, - - N. M IS NO W OPEN FOR B USiNESS. SHOEING a Specialty. Will shoe draft Inrscs and mules with hardenod steel toes, in the most substantial manner.' Light and fancy shoeing, withoe laming er interfering. Will give special ntteetien to all kinds of HACK and CARRIAGE WORK. Will set tires with out dishing or. damage ks wheels. Will set axles, on scicntiflcurinciplcs, that cannot fail to run in the most perfect manner. A complete stock for HKAVV OU'iriTTlIÍU and TRAIL WORK always on hand. WH) guarantee satisfaction in prices aud worlunausliip. J?"GIVE ME A CALL. J. GIST. LOCKHABT &c CO., .Txilclorre IX NEW LAS VEGAS. WILL Contract for Buildings of all Kiad and Peicriptioin, with of without Furnishing materials. WILL also keep on Hand LUMBER, DOORS, SASH, AND BLINDS. By strict attention to business we hope to receivo a liberal bhare of pal- TOWN LOTS FOR SALE! ! At the new town of Watrous, formely known as La Junta N. Junta It. R. Depot. The location is well known, a beautiful valley, rich farming country well supplied with water for irrigation, and.all other pur poses. Natural good roads leading in every '.direction to ita large surrounding agricultural and grazing country. A good business point second to none in New Mexico all it needs is a feit live stirring business men and nothing will hinder its progress. Try The II. li. Depot will be in readiness to rccicve aud deliver freight here all points surrounding. Liberal inducements will be given to businesa m J- S. B. Watrous & Son. La Junta N. U. THE FIRST ADYEMT Having made arrangements with the citizens of Las Vegas to establish for the accommodation of the people and business men, I will be orcDared on the arrival of tike cars at Las Vegas to transfer prepared ALL CLASSES OF FREIGHT to and from the depot with promptness. thibMiiew!1 look lter lo6t?0a8ani attend to all matters appertaining to Mty?8th 1879. BOOTH & HAMILTON. lLas Vega Transfer (Do. Doe6 a General FREIGHTING BUSINESS. TO AND FROM It. It. DEPOT, TO ANY PART OF THE CITY OR COUNTRY. Advances charges on freight and collecting on delivery. A Cartful n Prompt Attention given to all business intrusted to my care. LEAVE ORDERS AT J. GRAAF & CO'S STORES. OLD AND NEW TOWN. SMITH & HUT TON, Managers. LOOK OUT FOR THE LOCOMOTIVE. JAFFA BÉOTHEIíS ! The Well-kllOWII Fírtn for eollinir trnnAe 41.... (I I i i filled their store with , 1JV JEJLEGJVT STOCK OF GEJVJER- 1L lERCHXJmiSE. Having had a made it a study to please their customers and all who favor them with ther patronage, do now invite the people of Las Vegas and Vicinitv and all who may come to Las Vegas to bu v goods, to call at their store and examine their goods and get their prices aud we are sure they will leev attention Wm Will r.ml xrm nrAn mntl -...:t. 3 . ' ., - vvviivviuw. uj Hum wiiii unit; uiiu proHipmess, Respectfully, JAFFA BROTHF.R.C. E& (& McffiXOK A1LHD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Dealer in Liquor & Cigars Sole agent in New Mexico For FJIIL1PP BEST & CoSs Milwaukee beer in Jfctf & bottle,. HORACE H. F. HAMLIN. Dealer in GROCEIES, WOOD II WILLOW WARE, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES and CHOICE LIQUORS Solicits a haro of Public Patronage. Mining Exchange Building, EJSTLJS VEG.1S, ' - - M M. T. ROSJEJVWMJLMf & CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS In General Merchandise and Outfitting Goods i Las Vegas, Xcw Mexico, Wool, Hides, Pelts and Produce generally bought Jor Cash or txthangt a market pritítt. MEW GOODS 1879. ISIDOR STERN. Store of the lied Sign, Suvth Side of Put I d S.tvare, Las Vegas, N. M. ust received and is constantly retci?rxl A Itto and atsorhd Hoik DRV G00D3, CLOTULSdj, GROCERIES, LIQC0R8, Etc., i"' . 4