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A j Ji'm'SlOi'c, E.vst i.as i.Wo believe regular pas rilíbcjint ou iVcu La ftrmh)Gcn obliged to ji A;x etK;gh to hokl a ton br - r r.o;i trains arc becoming a t, TriniiKl. It will bo a ' year beforo tlicy are 110 jÍr 1 .is Ve'.aá will be the " 'AW the south r.nd east. or, th2 t tvo vonno: .iíaii capital, left eg.n to take in 1 ho áotf village. Enter- !rht to hnar well. fseiiof) I J school rtf. the ri'f!w jyiSitQ every Sunday t. l. ' Hwr v icos i ai ni e d i ! el y oprJial invitation ton!!. npw Eirih." llyiaor 'i a service at the par-Kni-"-U-S-E. c'.ui rch n d jouiiii r to-dny at 11 o'clock Sih 1 at 3 o'clock and pr-cadim;; 'clock. Every body are cor;b';l"- vited to attend. I). Yy CA i.vr.v. .larü number of Las crms arc Viirions rnhirs tVr.-..-io-1.m-f iht. mi . u i.iiv; i'..iv WMIJ ill 111!' nines, 'ihers at the San Mi 11 Placers and Los La . Vegas wr.iis for her como home as ancient Veni iui' her ship to conic Luck fren: About 100 men passed ?ut!i ou the train niht before last, to work at radin and track-laying in New Mexico. They came from Southern Kansas, and like all now comers to t Colorado, upon arri val at the depot here began a speculation ns to the distance to FMiur's I 'oak (Van; the de pot. Upon being asked their opinion relative thereto,-one of the men re plied that the peak was conceded to be from a mile to a mile and a halfaway. They were surprised to lcam the real distance. Enterprise. i... at r i it... xi.'ti. .4eus, i yet uiüv.vn. nu it:i- ueen (juite suíícoisfal in canvassing for hi.- ne w hook. Mr. lloren! hal, of the firm of Ros enthal & Knell, nicrcl cits and dea' ers in cattle, at La Cinta, favored us with a call yesterday. Louis Sulzbae'icr, Esq , is cxpecfci". to arrive to-day from Santa Fe. Ih will remain at horn'! i'o,r a few day in order to Look !tcibu.ii:c:a previ oris to reluming to Santa Fe. JudgeS A. IIubbcH and J.Fnrinnr. l'jrca arrived from the cast Fr'di. moruing after a visit of seven week' in the States. Judge llubbcll return. nuieh improved in health. Mr. Riclnr.l Dunn, as eommi?siou- er, haviing been engaged, all week ii work pertaining to the county, ex jircis to &la,rt for Puerto dc Luna thi' niornituf. Frank Sperling lei'l for bis home in the Fan Handle, on the southern train Mr. Sperling made eoms very extcn siv purclüiícs white in the city, which he shipped before bin. Xtrwr. .lames McMaslar, of (ho liiilia:iiUe. ii origiii.i!. tie wa'ked down hiving! t!i" caravan -i.iry of whiskey in baive!. j! DoiighcrV, the other day and re nurked, "Ibis h walking through the rye.' Mr. Daniel Martinez, a prominc-i joiinjj merc'iant of Oentc and now Jiu-j a lie contract in the Tuihey f .ii certains, paid Las Vega? a visit .yciicirjla' und javo us a welcome call. Mr. Nir't-iui'. has not been to Vegas pbr several yct;, nllhough living to rjrr. Mr. John II. Snyjer, ft yo'.ng gen th'iuau ri Chicago tuid representing i : i o ho-.uj of Lin linar, li.-as., & Co., ;i -jr.i fact urcr of t vU, overalls, etc., .a'twjvbberRof menV f uruishlng goods, xva iW'ng the nrrival.á yesterday morning, ''lds'is Mr. Snj dor's first Uit loN'o'.v Mexico, but from Ihe op p irtn.jH'.'1- which he soCj be; for i v njt thhik it wlllbrifjic Kaeh railroad terminus can have a boom for a short time, but Las Vegas will soon grow great under the influ ence of a fctroag pulse and a constant boom from the arrivals of thousands of invalida and pleasure seeker? to the Hot Springs here. This will he'p're- ciniiicntlV the place to sec people. Men of money, miners, speculators, 'traders, stocLraiscrs, landowners and all 'men of business will congregate at this point to buy, sell and transact bu siness. The climate is neither too hot nor'eoid, but is just pleasant to Ihe other summer, some fine and costly residences will bo projected. People will live here to educate their chil dren. They will iivo hero for the the sake of society and church privi lege;, and they will live here for the sake of the climate au.l the advantag es cfthc Hot Springs. When ''the railroad is extended down through Sonora, men who are engaged in min ing, stock raising, trade, etc., all along the line will for the r:bove rea sons build houses and reside with thei- families here. It is the farther c point south where the cliyiaíé 'is cold eno::g:i ,r energetic , ficophv I.na Vegas will oo the b-g tovni cm thh great overland roy4.C Ther-- wll': be services at this church to-(Ia;jr at, ii oVIoek in the morning f'U'.T m the eveiiaiir. -Iho Simdav S.iool will moefat 3 I. M. The inside cf the church is now c ;uipicfed, except that the walls and c-'i'iing ane to be ealeimined in the spring. -Col.' Vilhird, who was- eo bug stationed in this Teniiorv, is ex erting himself in the cast in the inter ests of the church, and wiil soon send out some tilings for the proper loco ration of the chancel. The ncv bath house at the llct Spring will be ready for occupancy next week. Messrs. John Mills' and Lockhard have done a goodiob. Thev will put on the finishing touches this week and clean up, ready to turn the hot water on next week. It is the fin est bath house west of Cincinnati and perhaps in the United States. Now viators can come to the Springs cf NTcw Mexico. Vv hen fully ready for business we shall visit the locality and describe in full the springs, the hous es and surroundings for the benefit of he east. Messrs. II. Homero & Pro., arc do ing a good business, even these dud tinns. They arc stocking up largely with new goods to supply theirtfadc. This week they received a car load ol fresh groceries aud likewis? a ear load of flour, in addition to an immense 3'otk of other classes of goods. They liavc an enviable trade and believe in ,'ood goods, small profits and quick returns. V.WXTH OF SEW HEXICO. A game law. ' A general incorporation law. A law for the preservation of timber. A law to encourage tree i lan'ting. A good tystcm-of free schools. ? A settlement cf kndgrcnt titles. Artesian wells. " ' ' Exemption lav,. ' The Daily íÍazktt:: looms up. She starledVi'.t with' a larga subscription list for a daily and is steadily extend ing her sphere ct usefulness. ?- Atieiiou 8aSc. Tobe sold at auction, for feed bill,' one large steer left at our corral by Mc.Pherson & Co. Wiil be sold lleu da at lVcTo'ckV-'" '."T;"'" .Mesdksiiat.t. & Co. ! . N $50 lieward. . The aboW rPrftrd will be paid fcr the return of a biVgy stolen frtin our stables in East lV-Yc;'arr, h'idr.y night, Ü anuarj' Sth. It is a two-he1'"1 top 1'V.ggy, piano box, made by Nos'-'1 of Leavenworth. It is a. leather bolstered -and the cushions and chr tains ue!ongingi to the j buggy we not taken. It was last seen it Mora, N. M.s. - ' .' - Stabesn.'"&Co. '' -143-d&wlW . - '; VrAKUíD. To buy a good road team cash ou de'ivery. Apply to J. Pcotf Moore at the II ot i'priugs. 1-14-8 1. 3")ay Board, 'per week $.".00. Board and Lodging", jer week $7.00 Maci;-' l ky IIoubk in business part of nev town. . , V'axted. A' situation as cleik, book keeper, op salesman by a. young men of excellent qualifications. lía: the best of recommeinhitions. Apply at tb:-3 office or, ct ,tho Bon Ton res taurant. Hl-dlw Fon Sale. One span of American (Missouri) horses (very valuable) one wagon (Missouri) 3 1-2 inches and 13 head of cattle. Inquire at this ofacc. U7-d&w 17 Tr -I'KNT the Ilol'lnsnn House, in r..-.ft La.- Veji'.s. ApiJy tí A. B. Stone. IM-li t"0 Cf HiiWAItrv. V.eie uiidovsiiriK-.l l)f f) will r.v 9100re-,vnr-.t fjr tliocii;, tJws .f u ccrtaia Chris Ktajcw", whoa dclivcre;! i!t; 1!-.o hands cf our shuriil", fiv Mío ínurlcr (ii Ignacio l.(i)(z, vh: was ruur li ved at (iilü'Ui-í CvoHsiii,' o the 1 tttii inst. i.nfcl i'il'urniatlíia was that lu atavtcid dnwn on tlio I'i'.w s. lie was st .cktKiido.r Ur Mr. (g.ir.jvo at the tinu he ccimmilti-'d Ihedwd. KIAX(i-'CO lAVK'A, 'i KO.MKHO, K. BOMKliO. Vtli-li; VTOTif:j; TO CONTUACTOÜS. Scal:l hits Li will he received at inyoUie;' until Wedr.i-s-dav, 7 o'iduek ji. nr., thi- ir'th ol' .lanaavy, t'.'v the crccti ui of the Kirnt Ni'.thiiiiil llaat haild i;uf. l'lans.iu:d P ice itioati iiiH to ho hwii at in;, riliieo. Tlie rfyht it reseri-eil t i rejef .r;y (.r all bids. Cll.VS. W11K1.LOCIÍ, U;-!(,S Architect. Celery for llhtiiííjaíisün. In celery there must be sme special v'l tue, if wc oniv knew what it is. Nothing is iirade in vairr, and the ,)owerful smell amiextraordinary test 'f celery arc intimations from nature .hat Si l;as sume special mission. Mr. Word, -of Penisíon Towers, Boss, -.vrifes that rheumatism Iconics im possible if celery is freely used asan article of diet. Unfortunately he says cooked celery; and it is the article in its raw state to which we are all ac customed. "Cut the celery," he says, 'into inch dice. LUkI in water until soft. !s'o water mur-t be poured awny :nlcsí drunk by the invalid. Then tn '.:c now miik, slightly thicken with Hour r.ud ihivor with uínteg; warm with ihe celery hi the sauce-pan; serve wit h diamonds of to:i?.tcd broad round dish and cat with patatoes." '"Permit mo to say," he adds-, "that cold cr damp never produces ldVcumatism, but simply develops it. The acid blood is the primary cause and the sustain ing powor cf evil.. While the blood is alkaline there can be no rheumatism and equally no go out." And Mr. Ward proceeds to say: "Let me fear lessly say that rheumatism is impos sible on such diet, and yet our medi cal men allowed rheumatism to kill in 187IÍ3.GÍO human being every case as unnecessary tv a dirty face. Worse still of the !iOr4Kl registered as dying from heart disease, at least two-third oí'lhesü arc due directly, more or less, to rheumatism and its ally, gout." Denver Tíms. FOUND. A.. 11 H -ne's Kuhher Cum Paint a j'crfect iTotecthin f iralldidside sarliiccs: ir.ia I'ciccs, lamp imsts, ih i njilo voids, iron hridtrcsi, wood k(oii', tin or iron raid's, unokc stacks, or aa', thin',' rxnowid t-.i t! fain, rain, IV.'nt or heat. I will np l'y t'liis vair.f fir sf.'i.". rev hiindr;-.l feet, wanaidpnr it to la.t thn-c limes as 1 oair as any other rr.lr.t, and it is tivc proof; h.i hv nsinji'it on Bhinple roidV it often avcM (.ther'h nines fr in hurninj,' hy heinji rear other when others are hurnln-;. Alter a vool lias l;eeii i aiide l with thin aint yon can li;:ht e ilae knot ar.d t!irow it niton it and the kind will hura to ashes without i'lj'iiii'na the roof. On tii: 'r iron I wnvravt it not to crack, roll or hlister. I can warrant Ihis vair.t for seven var:. Leave orders tit the (.i.v.v.ri u ntlice. A. It. MTONK. líi-tr rJOTIDE. rpilK paitnevfhip heivt. Torn exist ins l.etweev i Andres Hold' ar.d Krunk (:ha innn. ur.d 'V the rame and nl le of "I ANK CHAPMAN," havl;i lieea (ffss d ved hv the death of the seid Krank ( hai nutn, mdice is lierehy j ivea that ill! p:'rs-nir r: moble 1 t i said lata lirm niv riuiiv-i 1 1 make iminediate si'llleaio.'d, aad rll r.ersms htivlnir cl.unis a,iai:'t the said latí- lirm ara re quested 1 1 present the same at once. ANDUIvS Dol.T). I.as Vtr.s, X. M., Jan.O, isso. lll-tf Madame Jan:iusehcck is jilaying Marv Stuart in Vucblo. Wonder if she could nob bo induced to give Vc y is a call. I KitSON A I.. A ladv ( I'ediK ati in aod relloe X meat desiree t i e'.rri spond w ilii a i.uu.'-lt of írentlenien f character and aldiil , with a view to matrlrmmv. Aw pivfei icd, from 4 ) t 'iMoais. "he ladv is a widow, m-ianm-l'inrcc, I'i'd desire a home la the lav west:, fs sd' lovfi-f and ailoctl -inuíi' disoosilion, and fias all tlie 'luaüüeations vei::i.she ti make home mid life huiv. Al! e ,r;'.-i)ci;ideiicn strictly honoral.le :)!! c uilldeidial. Aiidrcsu i'ai. 'A. II. Asbton, Washiiict m, D. C. X ,; IJKN'l'. One store imomi and v. arehoufie; i i-d io tin ll'iest rooms-und olliees in town, at the línea Buil-üa;,'. num.' ALDO HACA. i!"i-lm) XTO'l lid;. All parlies who have neenmts v ith the liuteher t liop of Mm nndersi-.nied ui'e expíele. I to pav promptly at the cad of each month. II isa eadi huslncs and uo accounts can rui lunger tliua thirty days t. no.Mii;ui, míos. A f ox. i:i-;r TI "t A il.Ol!. Uealln and Co(d;in;í Stoves for I sale vt l.'ilAllLKS KM1L WK-SCHE. Kil-dtr "37V015 HALI-:. .1 railroad Hcrajrrs for sale IJ tii(:ip. l:i(Uiireit(hi.a-fi.'Slioein-bUoii. lliS-dtf JAFFA B ra If I EAST AflO WEST LAS VSCIAB. Having received a large stock of EVERY and bought as tew as each will buy goods, they are now prepared to oftertlisis custormsra and buyers generally BE a TEE DOCEETS Tñm EVEil BEFORE. living estabHshsd ' a Branch frioaso. to East Las egss gives ihe peopb on tho Enst Side tho advantage cf 8AfilO TIE pn HGEY fcr purchasing their geods " please caí! and EXASIE OUR OOOOS isim PñlOES before purchasing else- is s ISSUE POLICIES 1 TEE FOLLOWING C02.U'-AN?2 TliAVET.l'KS' TdFE AJ.1) Atunt V!" I . Id I VHV ri:.r ....... ..- l .i .l i-imi coi. i:f'M, l'IRhi .V Il'uilil Til i M AOOKHi.lUi I-IliK i l l V'l'.VT. ' i',iii;ij.N i.tJi.tJii.M'. r iONUOS Avsi;il.NjJE tOill'ASl COXXCTIC UT HUB Risks Written Throughout the Territory. a,;i:.'.i,(H.o i; r.:;i.m Í.ÍIIHI.CIIO fflEDISS AH FM 2 S am now prepared fo pay the HEC5HE8T MARKET PRICE- IM QASVi for Hides and pets . E. &ÍELLY Wool Sealer, . E. tMe SSasa m Herrad DíúICíbz. ;r,fHl-v.-tó.í MIS A. J. I.U.-ilv. vcer.tly from Do ver, i .rc:ircl i. tin Cr(!.in..kin, (Jtit ti iik t. in ! l'limiíí in till il bniiiiilitM. i'li-M-clsiis licl wii!ilt'.l. 'lho lntius Iron Ihu OM unit New Ic.vii i'.id tki-.iiiy tt io ruii!i:intlly imitedto mil. t:i D.mg.a Si reel, miu iii:iiu went ol' tlie .Jmvolt ll.iuu. Abo, u iiiuo 1.4 rg liuiit room to ITUllt SAMO A vlnvin-.l C(iiituli.intr from 8,000 JL; t.i HI, 'MO vino, from 2 t ."! yvnr ol.l. 111 Hi-ll r.ivt'iiuli ortrailc f ir faille. Kov pnrUcii lari l;niiiini lit tliiit olllco or t llif store of A. Urzt'liii luiWHki ADiiiim, 1'iicrto du I.uim, S. M. FREIGHT HATES ON MEIICH ANDI?E EE 11 MO EOUKDS. 1T.0M LAS VKOAP. To El l'uso, Texas " Lr.s Onices irrtil Mfsilin Silver1 0'.tv, 'Fort Kaynnl, &r. " Tucson. Ft. (Irani. !lc Oit San Carlos or Fori Eowic " Eroscolt Fort E-c Canco, Tí. M. Fort Wi:i;ralc, Cubero, &:. l-'ort Sian'toii, Lincoln, &v.. " AUniqnenine DitniM-c, .Milt's. LI 4".'0 ñ-V) 18.') iO CO Cf) i)0 f)Ü 1,0 75 00 Í5 00 4 00 C Ü CO I;:1 oo CO ir.vB- 60 " ' CO ,: ' ooff:; u) 'J f.O Z 00' 2 25 1 25 Fl'.OM LAS Yi:tiA8 To líftíisísX'U y"oV Xi rláson, iai! St. Louis " CliK'' . t't " Eiiiladtlpliiii TO I.AS YKtSArl From Kansas City or Ateliisun, rail Si. liOiiri . " ' Cliicaco H !.:t L'liisa. 2 .00 2 CO 3 .r0 1 ) 4 3:V Sil ( lass. ; 3.1 Chics, ííl'llü" ; Vl' 79- o-. 2 C5 8 CO 3 50 3 70 ith Clnsn. 2 CO 2 95 ñ r r, O. GOYE & SONS, ' 1)A1V YKSIi:i!-I'im vlila, oniil(.iilc:i.!o do S,i)M 1,KK i.lmituH. h vmkIc inr ilincni o ho ciiiiihlii iior rucrit. l.v niun inf irauifloii tli HJuhk A CM14 ollrinii ó A lit tii'iitliMl'" A. timla cliuwbkl i Dunn, 1'iii i t i tlf Lima, N,.IL l.'ls-.Uni. , 340 Blake Street, Denver, Colorado; Cnrrv tho Uft firfc tH,,ortlS K'ioiiii In tli wt. COLT'S IM :TOl.S, MIAKP'S, MAY- ;ml FOX-.S lint't'l-l-mainK iVml.le gun Also, Mngl. bWcl-l.,.Ua W, mnUlt.on, RMt tackle, etc. Mo Mu n?mt of Colorado for tl. . ... "it -oro on vocord. otT-hand, ,00 ,1, n.ade hy C. Move tt ,,,.4 -78 cut of 75. Kt;jali-l:ai;-fria:tv. mi . w-'- a- - - \n\n in. . Alons," the Gallinas val lev. ia an . .....T--r- fc .... ti MIMAS A lii-l'Hw." n.i r. 'i-.-.V, J .i isa i ik: tu. iiAiai'ouu, losa .$ i. c:;.. one . J,h'.)'.l,l.!H) 7,o(d,l'(M i'."i:!'),0i!0 1,1:00,(01 i:,(:')0,.r:. . i,r!,),jw. l!A"'i:S-. -Ox Tcunis. ; .'tilo Tcnmu. 2 CO 2 25 2 :-:o'