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Las Vegas Daily Gazette.
SunJit, SepWibir 28, 1879.
Mall A rrmiirciMcu ts. l lio 'o-t- tilico wil
lie oiein-i iliiily, excppt Sundays, lroin 7:30 a.
m., until S. i'. i. siiinliijs, (e hour altor he
:u riv-.il oOurli mail.
rtci'ii .V(l. Iaiivci Las Vegg, l:iily, at
n a M., aivivi f lit T f. i.
Wirt Muil. Li'iuvfslas Veun.s, Iiily, at
(. M., -it-rivcs at 7-t' . as. Mail clos at
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a. m. Mail Hues at " n''.l(i( a. M.
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SI aril Ílí4l. I.cavps T.as Vpftas Satuiilays at 8
A. M., inri vim l-v.l:ivs at (i j. M.
G5 J uim.cy oivi. rs ii.siHMk ur tM, nor let
ters rt-gistuieil a flor I r. M.
T. F. ui.w.mah; Postmaster.
FflDIIft SA1LIE ATT
TIIIE KKDT FMI(&
TjOOlZJEZJEtn? &c CO.,
IX XEW LAS VEGAS.
pll AVWAX f,o1tf No, 83 A. V. A A. M
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II. L. Adoi-k; H. V..; V. 15. Slioplcy.
lio.-tuii Mus- : s, Mtu-eJi, J't'v(on
Jvan., Wei. (iiii-lnii'.l, Jüliti Hampton.
Wffg-ner liíoteL
Ci.T-hex'OTiipTetioT) oítíie Aktlwm Topera tt Pauta Fe Railroad t Ijis Veías and tíie Hot
Sliriiijís muí the Tact that they, the preatcst corporation of the an, have recently become the own
ers of these (tpriKj;, their policy Ikjins; to sjuru no money to muke the ground atti'iietivc, and to
l'urnisl.i.anni'e IIoil and liath uccotiiuiudutiDiiN to meet lie demands of their patrons. By their
irraml system of advertising, umttVe liberal Fpirit that tfcey lave always thown toward the trav
bnj pibltc, makesit an accom:dislied fact that he Hot Springs of New Mexico is Asted to be
come I lie greatest Sunitaiiuni iindTeurls Keo-t in America.
I lie iii-ounds at the Sprir.frs lias teen laid out in lots and parks to sitit the wants of the home,
pleasure, uud health Keekers, the capitalist, and nil who want a desirable place to live where
healib and rocd society can be oWtuined. TKe Jots both for biisincsi.aud residences are now of
lerediwr salextii vei- rcasonaJü price. i'ise
Eemarkal)le Springs
although ntlwithm ft few ycarsomparatvcly nlatown to the outside world, have a local repu
tation wJiichntedates the present century, and frem time ininiorial have been resorted to as the
' Miren I .siloam' iby the natives ol this Territory. The mineral coiisbituents of these waters closely
reeemlrio those ol ihe Hot Smuits of Arkansas! niwl those famous Itcrnutl Siriiirs ol Kurope.
'I'he J'AlVers in the valley o"t the JJhine, and '.he J'loiiilnieres, the popular resort of France, situated
in the valley oí t he Vosyss Mountains, tua4 tije I,e.ux m Ihe picturesque valley at the foot of the
pass over the .(jemint AJoiiiittuns. At these spiaugs thousands of invalids visit annually, and are
Cured of the Diseases of the Blood
Skin . stoniurh. paralysis, pout, rheumatism, pravcl, Dilan-h, and IckmiIc complaints by bathing
ml drink ittjt: the water. Jeple risiiinj; thellot Sii-initsof Xew Jlexieo haveheeu cured of all of
the above diñases, and even ma-re. Jt is the invalids pnradi-e. TIvb treat Sanohirium of the
world for Iuuk diseases. The atn'ospliere is cluei tnd dry, and pulmonary and ruiasmatle. com
filamts are scarcely kmuvri.
The iiropm-tion of deaths from fousumplion here bpinf smaller than In any Ptate or territory In
,lhe L'nion. 'J'lw; mean annual temperature at these Hot Springs is .10 iv. Fahr., belnir atan éle
viu:mi nt' nearly C-,4. M feet . Summers arc cool; nifjtts from Hit to 00 dejr. , and the winters are re
markably mild tiiKl dry, the temjieraliire seldom falllnji below the lieezlnji point. U'he rainy
.a-nn l-i In July and August. These springs are Juca ted hi about 31 fk'ieesol north latltii'le,
u -Jjich makes tile climate mild and Wmpcraturc unnt.uked by extremes eiliier of heat or.cold. Tlie
1 ".-su i ii ir air, its mountains, tlii:oi'!ae''iis pictunesquencss of Its canonsand viillfjspombincioniake
it iie id'lhemnst pleasant rentn ts lor tourists Only lili hours ride from St. Loiks. After leaving
i.a Jiüiia, Colorado, until reaching ihe Springs the traveler sees spread before a vast panorama ol
mountain, valley, and rocky cailons, stretching hundreds ol miles. Ko oettcr place can be found
for thetock-grwer to live'and raise bisaiinly than at the Springs.
With all of the above a Ive ntuges the dullest ot compretension caiinotia.il to see the advantage of
an early iiivestmentiin pn.periy in and about the Spisngs, as there nii: iuit a few hundred lots lor
sale, and they wall soon largely enhance in value Iron; the price's now asked.
A Word to the wise is Sufficient.
Write or call a our oíü'se in the If aca buiVling in Tas Vegas, oral Ihe Spe-jngs.
'. i ii!(4r;, i?an Jose; J. ,L Dtivciqiort; 1
Sail .Jose; Patrick McCen'iiu, Il.J.;A.
L. (Jiles, I.as '('o;is;
I.'xrl::wise Hotel.
I. U. Coleinau; .Chas, Defior; Geu
jiaidi; Lieut DcLany, Hon. John
iiScoil, 'it. Ltiuis;
?2;iek:e.y House.
(Kast Lti-i Vugui, ojjiosite liJpot.
-lolin Martin, Hut .Sprino-.s.; C; Loitz,
Springs; .1. Cüuu T. W. Thompson,
Tiicbio Col.: A. Morclliu, Trini
dad; Pal. OrBrien. 1L li.jlluli Hatou,
II. li.;
Watcrna'lon Burns, the boss melon
raiser shipped a, .car-load oi. his deli
cious w,u'e8 to Las Vegas to-day. Just
imagine (lie "true inwardness" of
those soutlicrn denizens when thatcar
load is about hall' sold J And yet
Burns is a Christian. íYéps.
EducatiMg llev Husband.
The nicsi unexpected, and we might
say romantic marriages' i hat has ever
occurred in Taylor county took place
at the residence of Mrs." Bartlett on
last. Friday night. By the liev. J. (I.
.Murray, Mr. John Childrews, twenty
three yers of age, to Mrs Bartlet't,
iiftv-nine years of age, wife of the late
James Uarllett, whose -death occurej
about throe months age. Mr. Child
rews is a poor but worthy young
iiian, who btxi. for several year's past
been an employ f Mr. Bartlett, Mrs.
Bartlett, being a woman of consider
able wealth, has. agreed to thoroughly
educate her husband, and he is now
in attendance a Bntler Ftinalc Col
lege and Male Institute.
BLACKSMITH, WAGON AND OUT
FITTING SHOP.
On Uailroad Avenue Opposite Warehouse Browne J dlanazares,
East Las Vegas,
IS NO W OPEN FOR B US INES .V.
SHOEING a Specify. WilUhoe draft h arses and mnlcs w ith hardened steel toen, in the
most substantial mauix. Light undi'aucy shoeing, withoue laming or interfering.
Will jrivc special attention to nil kinds of HACK and CARRIAGE WORK. Will set tires with
out dishing or damage to wheels. Will set axles, on scientific principles, that cannot fall to run
in the most perfect niiinner. A complete stock for 1IKAVY OU'i FITTIXti and TRAIL WORK
always on bund. Will guarantee satisfaction in jiriccs uud woikmafislup.
iCAVE ME A CALL.
J. GIST.
An evening newspaper of S&u Fran
cisco gives a glijjjpse of the tato of
the mining stoek market west of the
Rocky mountains. Six of its columns
arc filled with closely printed lists of
shares in various miniug companies
on which assesiuents arc over due, and
Avhich are advertised to be sold m di
rected, by law, because their owners
refuse or are unable to make further
payments on them. On someoftlac
stock the assessments are as low as
two cents a share, and others as high
as two dollars. Nearly 150.000 deii
qiicnt shares were advertised in a re
cent number of the newspaper before
mentioned.
CENTS A TEAR.
THK CHICAGO
WKKKLY NKWS.
CHEAPEST weekly
newspaper In tlia
U.S. Skvbnty-Kivb
CltHTB A YBAR,
roatnge INCLUDED.
Fifteenth year of
publication. It is
especially complete
as a fu-ira paper, pul
llshhiK all Hie ills
tiatclivs of both the
Western Associated l'ress and the
National Associated l'ress.lie.sldes
an extensive svslem of special dls-
fatcliPH from all Important points,
t, Is lndrprndentin Politic, pre
ecntlnir pollticnl news free from
Íiartlsan rolorinK. wlthoutfcar or
avor. Every nninhercoutalns Six
VompltttA Storitl. A favorito
funlly paper. It is the Cheapest
Weekly In the ü. S. 75 ret a
year. Address Chicago Weekly
.News, 123 ITIth Av., Chicago, lu.
H illluf
JLíís Tega "Fransfer Co.
Loes a G c-neral
FREIGHTING BUSINESS.
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 giren to all business intrusted to my care.
LEAVE OHDEIiS AT J. GRAAF &
CO'S STORES. OLD AND
f TOWN.
SMlTh. & 1ÍUTTOX, Managers.
HORACE H. F. HAMLIN.
Dealer in
GROCEIES, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
FKUITS A'S VEGETABLES
anil CHOICE LIQUOR tS
Solicits a sliare of Public ratronagc.
Mining Exchange Building,
EAST LAS VEGAS, - - X J(
WILL Contract for Buildiugs of all Kinds and Descriptions, with of
j without Furnishing materials.
WILL also keep on Hand
LUMBER, DOORS,
SASH, AND BLIXD
By strict attention to business we hope to receive a JiJjeral share of pal-
TOWN LOTS FOR SALE! !
At the new town of Watrous, formely known as La Junta X.
Junta li. it. Depot. The location is well known, a beautiful vallev, rich
farming country well supplied with water for irrigation and all other pur
poses. Natural good roads leading in every direction to its large surrounding
agricultural and grazing country.
A good business point second to none in New Mexico all it needs is a few
live stirring business men and nothing -vvill hinder its progress. Try '
The li. K. Depot will be in readiuess to recicve and deliver freight here fa'
all points surrounding. Liberal inducements will be given to business meo
íá. H. Watkoi s fc .Sox.
La Junta N. M.
THE FIEST ADVENT
Having BjjKlc arrangements with the citizens of Las Vegas to establish
for the accommodation of the people and b.isine
on the arrival oí the ears at Las Vegas to transfer
Miicss men, I will be prepared
ALL CLASSES OF FREIGHT
to and from the depot with prompt ness.
thebu attend to all matters appertain to
Mmj 2Uh 1879.
BOOTH & II A MIL'
LOOK OUT FOji THE LOCOMOTIVE
JAFFA BEOTHEES !
fllJlheirrtiri wiüf X for ffooda chcapep than the cheapest, have
STOCK FG EVER
WJEIICIIAJISE. Having had a -Jong experience in the Mercantile Business and bavin.,
made it a study to please their customers and all who tivo S "vi l the?
patronage do now invite the people of Las Vegas and Vicin tv Jnd all Vv hi
toff8 -Vega-S t0 blY 0ds 10 cal1 ilfc ti ei store an i ex mine their
goods and get their pr icesancí we aresure they will leev attention
We will receive orders by mail with care and promptness.
Itespectfully,
JAFFA BKOTJTF.Ro.'
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealer in Liquor V Cigars.
Sole agent in New Mexico
For PUILIPP BEST & Co.'s Milwaukee beer U Keys & bottles.
jr. it OSE 1 1 VIZ 1 & CO.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS
In General Merchandise and Outfitting Goods
Las Vegas, New Mexico,
Wool, Hides, Pelts and Produce (jeneralhj bovrjht Jor Cash or exchange a
market priesa.
NEW GOODS
1879.
Store of the JiedSign, South Side of Pit! c Square, jlos Veyas, N". M
list received and is constantly rwri"iii: a lurgc r.nd f.tseittd 'fctock'
DRV GOODS, CLOTHING, GROCERIES, LIQUORS. Etc:,

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