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Las Vegas Daily Gazette.
Tueslny, September 30, 1879.
MUll Aithii jfomeirlH. I lie I'ost-Oflii'e wil
lie uoik'i iluily, i'.c'.t Mindayo, from 7::50 a.
m., uní! S i. Sundays, one hour utter the
nrnml nIVui'h i.mil .
r.t4rii Mull. LoaWH Las Veg:is, duily, nt
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ÍVpKlrií Mail I.-:ivcsLns Vppaa, dally, nt
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Vwtm Mr. il. I.cnvps T.r.s Vopus, Pally
nt S a. M., arrives daily from tUe south a. tí
A. M. Aiiil Hom'.--, ni 7 n'clork A. W.
Vinifii Mail. Leaves I.us Vcpis,nt 7 A. m.
F'Tl . ( Ill 7 A M .
flora Miii!.I,cuva Las pns Saturdays at 8
A. M , 'UTic'.s Hlil.lJ - :lt II I". M.
Jt'S V" riiniiey order ir-!! or mi, nor let
ters wjrUiued nitor 4 i. M.
T. F. C'k,i1'.maics l'osimastcr.
LT FCDM. SA1L1E AT
TM1E HT
nil.IPN.tX I-odso No. 23 A. V. ft A M
" ) liii'i ts in, ík V.tuely crnoh month !
l ove iIh: f .il nt tin1 iHimii ut the Musunic Hull,
ViiiimI s.ivioi, hotwi'ei) ri until 2d mid M srrts.
;1.:uIcm livid. Soc'y.
Unrrli Noticio
Sr".ly terifiN 'lit:rrli iloininíí nud
uvciMUit hi i vicc-i 10: i: A . .U and J: AO V. U.
Miiidriy siiwnl in th'j iil'tcrmnm. l'aslor, liev.
J- A. A í'ii in, lo he liiniiditt fcis residence im
iiiciliuti ly ailjiiiiiinirtho Church.
Xipisonfml (Imrch, Ho v. II. Forroslor.
sci-vii-cs at luixl in Hecoiid Imilninj; soulh
rd'ij A.i-.nr, dlüci', nry Sunnay at 10 ::io A . M.
"'.iiiday Sohottl at .'Jl'.'M. Ail ure cordially
ill -lie u .
C3b,Tlieroniidctio of-thc Atchison Topeka & Santa Fo Bail road to T,as Veeasaml the Hot
Springs and the I'mst that they, the greatest corporation of the Re, have recently become the own
era of iheMJ Springs, tbeir pohev being- to spre no money to make the ground attractive, mil to
fin nish anip'e Hoiel and Bath accommodations to meet the (einands of their patrons. 15y their
errand Kystein of ailvcitliinr, and the liberal spirit that they nive always hIiowii toward t he trav
hn public, liiakestt an accomplished fact that ihe Hot Springs of New Mexico id destined to be
come iheftreatest Sanitiu ium and'l'oiiris Hesot In America.
'I lie grounds at the Springs has Jjeen lain out in lots aim imins to huh uib warns ui mo mum.,
ensure, mid heulth seekers, the capitalist, and all who want u desirable place to live where
uln
health and good society can bo obtained. Those lots both for Uusiuess nd residences un
ferud for sale nt very reasonable pnce. 'I hese
Bemarkable Springs
although iint;? within a few vrars comparatively unknown to the outside worhl, have a local ropn
lat ion which antedate the prcMint ccnlurv and frem time immorial have been resorted to ns the
"Great siloam' by the natives oí this Territory. The mineral constituents of iheso -waers lnsely
resemble those ot the Hot Springs of Arfeanwis, and thohO famous Thermal Springs ot Kuropc.
The J'lVfl'ura in the valley ot the Khine, mkI '.he l'lombleies, the popular resort of J-'mnee, situated
in the valley of t he Vosgiy Mountiiius, aiid the l,cux m the picturesque valley at the foot of the
pass over tho Geinnd Mouutalns. At these spilngs thousands of invalids visit auuually, and are
red of the Diseases of the Blood
arc now of-
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;id tcvie is .-."i minutes IV.skr tli-ni hie
C. !'. iroVhY, Agent. I ns Vegas.
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Skin, Moiu.wh. iur:ilysis, -?rf'it. rl etnnntisin, gravel, Catarrh, nd lemale complaints by bathing
mid drinking the water, i'eople visiting the Hot Springs of .New Mexico havii been cured of all of
ilie uliove di-eases, and even more. Jt is the invalids paradl-e. The great Sanatariiuii of the
wnrMfor lung discuses. The atmosphere is clearand dry, and pulmonary and miasmatic coni
pl a ints are hciwecly known.
The proportion of deaths from consumnilon here being mnller than in any state or territory in
the L'nioii. 'l'lm mean amiMal temwerature at these Hot Springs is ."id tlesf. Fahr., being at an ele-
'j viilion of noiirlv C,4 -0 feet. Suiniuers are cool; iiiyijts from 5."i to Oil deg., and the winters arc re
j iiKirkiibly mild and dry, the tmuperatwre seldom falling below the liee.iiig jioint. The rainy
1 seusiin 1-In July and August. These prings ave located in about 35 degrees ol north Intitule,
which makes (lie Huíate mild and temperature unmarked by extremes cither of heat or cold. The
j bracing aiv. its mountains, the:org(yiis picluresqueness of Us curious and valleys combine to uiiikc
,'' il one of the íiníst pleasant resorts lor tourists Only !W hours ride from St. Louli. AJ'ler leaving
i l.a .tuina, Colorado, until reaching the Springs tUe traveler sees upread before a vast panorajiia ol
iiioiniiain, valle , and rocky caDons, stretching hundreds ol miles. No better place can be found
for the stork-gnower to live and raise his family than at the Springs.
! W o I, i 1 1 i!' t hp lii,v !iK-niit!iir, i ho t ii Hi'si íil' i'i.i ni i ii'plionuinn cm nn nt f:i i I to sen the ad vaiitare of
I mi early iiiveslinent in propeny in and about Ihe Springs, its there aie hut a few hundred lots for
sale, and they w.llsuoii largely cninuice in value lrom the prices now asked.
LIST 1T ARRIVALS.
.1. M. Aniiijo, Hcnialillo; Bnldy
Towns. Ti'íuisiís City; Ilt-nry Heed,
Sttütti IV; J no. liol:l, City; M.M. Hu
k 1: and v, iiV; IL Marklo, Cliutou lowtu
i ioiiüis CoJIíiií:
rii(I View IIte!.
JfiHtio I'.aslof, Hiiichiiison, Knusas;
.J. S. risli-m, JSoKtonMV. P. lltunan,
Arkansas, W. AV. Mitclic!!, Cinciu
liMtti. Osiio; Charles E. ''appau, Pue
hio, Co'idrailo; Mrs. V,'. 11. Cux, Cincin
xui;i: Jdim Sfimiimrle.
Kxeh.iiiife Hotel.
A Word to the wise is Sufficient.
Write or call ut guy cfliec in the Utica building in Las Yegas, or at the Springs.
MIIXS 5ÍEECÍIER &, CO.
A. v. I'cl, CoI .r;ulo; J. (i. AArood
mail. Los on; W. II. Sliillcy, St. Pnul
Minn.; Fran!: I lout, AVaslijngton, D,
V.; Mrs. Tin . rtipsoii, Santa Fe; AV. A.
Cooier, Toiieka, Ktui.; II. V. Cook,
1 '!".(! Ciiy; S. A. liobiiisoii. Pueblo;
J. T. Hind, Santa Fe; S. K. Staíí'ords;
V. S. A.; AVin. J. Major, Tombstone
District, A. T.
Mncfcloy ISouse.
Kast La Vegas, opposite Depot.
15. L. Pttrris, La Junta; Tory Smith,
A. T. & S. F. K. It.; L. Ij. Votings,
Thomas Oivcns, l'neblo Colo.; C. IL
Plepc, Colorado; S. 15. Tunnel, News
Ajt. R. 11.; James Harris, San An
tonio Tex.; Paul A. AVarscllis, Trini
dad; E. lladdlcston, Colorado Springs;
31. G.Neil, East Las Vcgae; Jni;
lin,l.l Moro; F, A.jniakc, Tocoloto;
Ciias. E. Tappan I'ueblo Colo; J. K.
Ellin wood LasA'cgas; O. AVard Chica
go; Charlie AVilliams, Dallas Tex.
Thomas Barrett Canon City Colo.;
A. L. Graham, Milwaukee AVis.;
James Haixlijon Poplar Bluff Ark.;
Pete Miller, Kansas City Mo.
BLACKSMITH, WAGON
FITTING S
On Railroad Avenue Opposite Warehouse Browne ft Manazares,
East Las Vegas,
IS NO W OPEN FOR B USINE'S.S.
II. M
Mr. O. M. Cunnings writing to the
Trinidad JYcu-x denies that the Pan
handle is lawless and Kays:
Now ns to Taseosa's reputation frr
a shooting ground. We never had
but one shooting scrape in Tascosa,
and each and every shooting sera).)
that ever has occurred in this county
was by trtusient iiartics traveling
tlirotigli the country.
And now, in conclusion, I will say,
our people are muda up of some óf
Colorado's and Texas' best citizens.
AVe have two stores here, carrying
largo slocks of goods, that will com
pare favorably with auy in Trinidad;
a blacksmith Khop, drug store, two
good physicians, a minister of the
gospel, a good church, two good
hotels, one billiard room, and in fact
all the appurtenances and comforts of
civilization to be -found in auy frontier
town. We have a good surrounding
countrv, and invite emigration from
tiny and all places, and will guarantee
any and all who come here the protec
tion and advantages of a law abiding
community. AVe are attached to
Wheeler county for judicial purposes,
aiul no county In Texas can boast of a
stricter enforcement of the law than
young Oldham county. Further
more, the citizens consider Capt,
15 razee a talkative tramp, who is cer
tainly not responsible for what he
savs.
SHOKING a Specialty. Wühoc draft h irses ami mules v illi hardened Rteel toce, in the
most substantial iiitiiiiicr. Light und fancy Bhot'ing, withotie luiuini; or interfering.
Will pive special attention to all kinds of HACK ani CARRIAGE WOUlf . Will sot tiros with
out dishing or miiiinge to wheels. Will set axles, on ecientillc principles, that cannot lull to run
in the most perfect manner A cojnplete stock for JIK.W V üu'i Fli'i IXG nuil TJiAlL WOUK
always on hand. Will guarantee baUstaction ill prices awl workmanship.
GÜTGIVE ME A CALL.
J. GIST.
a an ni & -ar
Does a General
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.
3 ORDERS AT J. GRAAF &
CO S STORES. OLD AND
NEW TOWN.
SJIlTJz & 11VTTON, Managers.
A
Dealer in
.JJLJL'N
GROCEIES, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
and CHOICE LIQUORS
Solicits 9 share of Public Patrouagc.
Mining Exchange Building,
EAST LAS VEGJS, - - K M-
LOCKHABT & CO.,
IT iEV LAS VEGAS.
AVILL Contract for Buildings of all Kinds and Descriptions, with of
without Furnishing material.
AVILL also keep on Hand
LUMBER, DOOES,
SASH, AND BLIND
By strict attention to business we hope to receive a liberal share of ni-
TOWN LOTS FOR SALE! !
At the new town of AVatrous, formcly known as L Junta X.
Junta 11. R. Depot. The location is wéll known, a beautiful valley, 'rich
farming country well supplied with water for irrigation aiulall other pur
poses. Natural good roads leading in every direction to its large surrounding
agricultural and grazing country.
Grood ZB"0.23i23.oo IRoixit
A good business ioitit second to none in 7cv Mexico all it neetbis a few
live stirring business men and nothing will hinder its progress. Trv '
The 11. 11. Depot will be in readiness to recieve and deliver freight here f J
all points surrounding. Liberal inducements will be given to business meo
tí. Ii. Wat nous fe Sox.
La Junta X. .L
THE FIEST ADVENT
Having made arrangements with the citizens of Las Vegas to establish
-ilibe paired
ALL CLASSES OF FREIGHT
to and from the depot with promptness.
the business'1 lüSt -oodsa,ld " H matters appertainitig to
3m, BOOTH & HAMILTON.
LOOK OUT FOR THE LOCOMOTIVE.
JAFFA BROTHERS I
IE, vlIJERCHAWEISE. .
Having had a long experience in 1ho Mercantile Business and bavin
made it a study to please their customers and all who favor them vi 1 thef
patronage do now. nvile the people of Las Ve-as and Vicinity and all who
may come to Las egas to buy goods, to call at their store and examine their
goods and get their prices and we are sure tl.ev will Ice.v at tention
Wo will receive orders by mail with care and promptness.
Respectfully,
JAFFA BROT.ITF.Rc
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealer in ZAquor V igar$.
Sole agent in Hew Mexico
Tor PIIIL1PP BEST A Co$ Milwaukee beer in Kegs & hollies.
JT. ROSEWWdLLD & CO.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS
In General Merchandise and Outfitting Goods
Las Vegas, Xew Mexico,
Wool, Hidest Pelts and Produce generally bought Jor Cash or exchange a
market jn'cisa.
WEW C
o o
S
1879.
Store of the JlcdSign, South Side of Pul l'c Square, Las Vegas, JV. M:
y list received and is constantly recei-'uc a Inre n"d amjitcd tlotk
DRV GOODS,, CLOTHING,. GROCERIES, LIQUORS.. Etc.,
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