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Las Vegas. New Mexico
I Extracts from Our Krctiana-es.l
, Dr. Charles G. Duncan and M
Mary U, Iluntor, woro married at do
Married, at Wuito Oaks, by Jnstir
W. F. Blanchard, L. Watkins, to M s
Marguerite tilass.
Tbe little son of Mr. and Mrs. Sid
Rogers, at Maxwoll City, ii de .d
Aged about one year.
Thomas J. MeCuistion, one of th
well-known and most respected o "1
zens of Magda'.ena, died of pneumon'a
Two deaths from pneumonia 01
curred in White Oaks, the preseM
week: Mrs. Lee Urooking and J. II
George VV. West, having served
full term In the penitentiary for la
oeny, has been restorod to cltizenshl
at Santa Fe.
The governor has granted a full and
complete pardon tol'edro A.Valesquez,
wrongiuiiy sentenced to the peoiten
tiary for alleged rape.
The brass band organized In south
Albuquerque, and known as the "At
lantio & Pacilio" band, means business
from "start to finish."
Tony Michelbach, the popular old
town butcher, at Albuquerque, Is put
ting in an ice machine and fitting up
els snop in lirst. class style.
The governor has appointed the fol
lowing notaries public: J. A. Lucero,
of hspanola; Ii. M. Head, of Santa Fe;
C. C. Gise.of East Las Vegas; Charles
fti. Strong, of Mora.
J. II. Overbuls, of Las Vegas, who
is now working several good mines, up
in the rjocmti minmg district, was in
Albuquerque. He stated that the dis
trict will shine brightly, the coming
S. II. Elklns, brother of Senator &.
B. Eltcins, has returned to Cerrilios
from Missouri, and will commence
work on several good mines, in which
the senator and other eastern capital
eta are interested.
Luciano Ortiz, formerly county com
missioner of Bernalillo county, died at
his home In Fena Blanca, after a long
illness. Much sympathy is felt for his
young wife, who was Miss Irene Cor
dova, of Sauta Fe.
Blacksmiths and oarriage builders,
Newton & Graf, of Farmington, have
about completed an elegant double
seated buggy for F. M. Pierce and i
well-built, single-seated buggy for
Judge VV. K. Bowman.
, The funeral of Joso Lucero, father
of Trinidad Lucero, tbe painter, and
, Jesus Lucero, ex-justice of tbe peace
for preomct 13, took place at the old
town Catholic church in Albuquerque,
and was largely attended.
A quiet home wedding was cele
' brated at Albuquerque, in the presence
of a few friends, the contracting psr
ties being Mrs. Hattie Lewis and Er
nest Brown. The ceremony was per
formed by Kev. Wm. D. Clayton.
In accordance with a resolution
Adopted by the Santa Fe county board
of commissioQere, District Attorney
Crist is now busily engaged in filing
suits against all delinquent tax payers
whose taxes amount to $100 and over.
Geo. W. Miles, of Rincon, is now in
Silver City and vicinity, to remain
several days, when he will look after
bis interests at Paschal, a splendidly
equipped, though closed down, raining
csiud. some sixteen miles from Silver
City. ,.
Meetings are now being held by the
republicans in all the precincts of the
eighth, or Silver City district, for the
DurDose of selecting parties to be
present at Silver City, the 18tb, when
they will decide whom to send to the
national convention, at St. Louis.
On tho Territorial side of tbe court,
in AlbuQueraue. the demurrer of the
defendant to the declaration of plaintiff
in the case of the Territory for the use
of W. P. Metcalf, assignee, vs. A. B.
McMillen, was argued, and at the con
elusion of tho argument tho court an
nounced its decision, sustaining tbe
The grand total of taxes collected in
the county of Socorro since M. Cooney
became collector, foots up to the snug
euro of 51,257.80. Some of this from
very tax roll including tbe year 1888,
And a part of it $274.85, comes from
the wandering sheep herds of Arizona
chat are floated over into New Mexico
to graze.'
.It was rumored on the street, at
Raton, that Dionicio Gallegos, who dis
aDoearod from Raton, Feb 9tb, had
been found over in the Tramperos
countrv. where ho was wandering
around in a demented condition. The
Reporter, however, could not trace the
rnmor to any reliable source, and only
gives it as a current rumor. .
The fire companies of the Albuquer
que department, -at their next regular
non h v meetinc. wnicn win uu uow
next Tuesday evening, March 17tb,
At the several headquarters, will choose
dnleirates to a called meeting of the
'department in April, for the purpose
nf nlPfitintr a new chief, assistant chief,
secretary and treasurer, to serve during
the ensuing year.
At tho annual meeting of tho build
Inir and loan association at Santa Fe,
(lirpnlnrs were elected as follows: Ja
nh u-nitmnr. Miss Atkinson, Dr. Man-
iir. Max Bernstein. J. G. Schumann,
Dr. Ilarroun, Grant Rivenburg, Frank
llplo-ado and C. F. l-asiey. Messrs
Winsor, Dudrow and Lacassaigne wero
named as appraisers. The oflioers for
the ensuing year are: Grant Riven
fourg, president; Dr. Harroun, vice
president, and Miss Atkinson, secre
tary. Sheriff Hubbell, who went to Gallup
to serve court papers, returned to Al
buquerque. He served papers on T.
N. Hinch, J. J. Keogan, Patrick Ken
nedy end Peter Kitchen, indioted by
the grand jury for selling liquor and car
rying on gambling without license.
jDeputy Sheriff Smith was at Bland on
the same mission T. S. Kline and A.
JV. Henry indioted for selling liquor
without license, and Phil. J. Barbour
and M. L. Chase carrying on gambling
without license.
C. H. King, Water Valley, Kiss., cured by
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
rot live years. 1 suffered untold misery
from nmtniiliir rheumatism. I tried every
known remedy, consiilied the best physl
chins, visited Hot SpriiiRs, Ark., three times,
spending tiooo there, hesldes doctors' bills;
in uuuiu uumiii oniy temporary relief. My
i..v mi. n.iMvu away so unit I weighed
only nlnety-tliree bounds: mvterr arm -n
leg were drawn out o( shape, the muscles
being twisted hp in knots. I was nnable to
dress myself, except with assistance, and
could only hobble about by using a cane. I
had no nppetlte. and wag assured, by the
doctors, that I could not live. The pains, at
nines, were so av.au, mat l could procure
reiici only iy means of hypodermic Injec
tions of morphine. 1 had my limbs bandaged
In clay, in sulphur. In poultices; but these
gave only temporary relief. After trying
everything, and suffering the most awful
tortures, I begun to tako Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Inside of two months, I was able to walk
without a cane. In three months, my limbs
began to strengthen, and in the course of a
year, I was cured. My weight has Increased
to 1G5 pounds, and I em now able to do my
iuii aay s wow as a railroad blacksmith."
The Only World's Fair Sarsaparilla.
AYER'S FILLS cure Mtadack:
iwo deaths from scarlet fever at
Blossburg are reported for one dav.
The youngest child of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Mitchell, a bright little girl abou'
one Tear old, di d in the morning, and
tne afternoon, a six-vear-old child
ox iur. ana cars. vvm. Jieonett. died.
The Discovery Saved His Lite.
G. Caillouette, druggist. Beavers
vllle, ill., says ; "To Dr. King's New
Disoovcry I owe my life. Was taken
with la grippe and tried all the physl
cians for miles about, but of no avail,
and was given op and told I could not
live. Having Dr. King's New Discov
ery in my store, I sent for a bottle and
began its use, and from the first dose
began to get better, and, after using
tnree potties, was up and about again
It is worth its weight la gold. We
won't keep store or house without
it." Get a free , ; trial at
Murphey-Van Petten Drug Co's.
drug stores, Las Vegas and East
Las Vegas, at wholesale by Browne
A Manzanares Co. Regular sizs, fifty
cents and $1. . .,. .
D. E. Phillips, one of Albuquerque's
efficient letter carriers, is making se
cure and fast the several letter boxes
for newspapers, etc., in the city. ' '
Cure for Headache.
As a remedy for all forms of Head
ache Electric Bitters has proved to be
the very best. It effects a permanent
cure, and the most dreaded habitual
sick headaches yield to its influence.
We urge all who are afflicted to pro
cure a bottle, and give this remedy a
fair trial. In cases of habitual consti
pation Electric Bitters cures by giving
the needed tone to the bowels, and
few oases can long resist the use of
this medicine. Try ' it once.
Fifty cents and fl per battle
at Murphey-Van Petten Drug Co's.
Las Vegas and East Las Vegas,
and at wholesale by the Browne &
Manzanares Co.
Charles Hamilton, of White Oaks,
has been indulging in the luxuiy of a
nice, new picket fence around his res
idence, down there.
If the hair is falling out, or turning
gray, requiring a stimulant with nour
ishing and coloring food, Hall's Vege
table Sicilian Hair Renewer is just the
specific. - , v
No mechanics who have come to
White Oaks have given better satis
faction than N. B. Taylor & Son, the
blacksmiths and woodworkers.
Let The Whole World
Know The Good"
Dr.Miles' Heart Cure Does
EA'd-T DISEASE, has its victim at a
disadvantage Always taught taat
heart disease Is incurable, when the
ymptoms become woll defined. tt patient
becomes darmed and a nervous paplc take
place. But vrhon ure remedy Is found
and a cure effected, af tor years of suffering,
there Is great rejoicing and desire to "let
the whole worW know." Mrs. Laura Wlne
Inger, of Selkirk. Kansas, writes: "1 desire
to let the whole world know what Dr. Miles'
T TYH1c' 1 neartCuro has dona for
1)1 1 I'llICO ma. For ton year I had
Uiirt fllrT .pain in my boort, sbort-
iicari tu c ;osg of breathi palplta.
RCStOrCS tion.painlnmyloftsldo,
- - oppressed feeling lu my
He2ltll.. ..- cjesi, weak and hungry
epells. bad dri-J?. could hot lie on either
side, noa numb and suffered terribly. 1 took
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and before I finished
the second bottle I felt Its good effects, I feel
now that I am fully recovered, and that Dr.
Miles' Heart Cure saved my life."
Dr. Mllos' Heart Cur is sold on guarnt
thit tot bowlo beueuw, orwonej wfuBUed.
-Til "Tim tf"
It not only Is so, it must be so, One
Mlrute Cough Cure acts quickly, and
that's what makes it go. Winters
Drug Co.
In tbe case ol the united btates rs
pleaded guilty, in Albuquerque, and
ri . i i i i i
was sentenced to tbe oouuty Jail for
one month.
Do you lack faith and love health P
Let us establish your faith and restore
your health with De Wit I'd Sarsapar
illa. Winters Drug Co.
A sad accident occurred at the Gal
lup mine, when Manuel morales was
killed by being struck and run over by
the up trip. ,
'Give me a liver regulator and I can
regulate the world," said a genius. The
druggist banded bun a bottle of De-
Witt's Little Early Risers, the famous
little pills.
L. E. Now erf, of Hillsboro, has pur
I chased the entire stock of glass belong
ing to agner A Meyers, in King
A high liver with a torpid liver will
not be a lung liver. Correct the liver
with De Witt's Little Early Misers, lit
tie pills that cure dyspepsia and con
stipation. Winters Drug Co, ,
Tbe saloon firm of Keny & Welsh
was dissolved at Cerrilios, the other
One Minute Cough Cure touches the
right spot. It also touches it at the
right time if you take it when you have
a cough or cold. See the point? Then
don't cough, winters Drug Co.
1 . UHlles bas been utting .up some
rooms in the Furple block, Hillsboro,
for rent to transients.
Don't invite disappointment by tx
perimenting. Depend upon One Min
lu'e Cough Cure and you have Imrucdi
ate relief. It cures croup. . Tbe only
harmless remedy that produces Imnie
diate results.
E II. Welch has moved into the
house lately occupied by S. W. Sand
eis, down at Hillsboro.
Quick in (effect, heals and leaves no
scar. B irning, scaly skin eruptions
quickly cired by DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. Applied to burns, scalds, old
sores, it it magical in effect.- Always
cures pile3. Winters Drug Co, :
J. E. Smuh Is employed in T.
Long's general merchandise store
Soothing, healing, cleansing, De
Witt's Witsh Hazel Salve is tbe enemy
to sores, w rinds and piles, which it
never fails to cure. Stops itching and
burning...., Cures chapped lips and
oold sores in two or three hours.
Winters dru r store. '
Eggs are 8)lin; lor tif.eej oent
dozen at Las Cruces. ' '
J. W. Plerje, Republic, Iowa, says:
"I have used One Minute Cough Cure
in my family an 1 for myself, with . re
sults so entirely satisfactory that I can
hardly find words to express myself as
to its merit. I will never tail to rec
ommend it to others, on every occa
sion that ' pres nts itself." Winters
drug store. .
School will continue until
of June, at Las Cruces. -
Ti ed Women
Need to have the action of the kidneys
stimulated and the system tot.ed up
Parks' Sure Cure is the best remedy to
accomplish this. ; Many a woman finds
that she is tired out by work which
ought not to tire her at all. She fears
that her system i: broken down, and
she is a hopeless invalid, wbf n a few
doses of Parks' Su e Cure would make
ber look at life fr m a different point
of view. Don't 'I lay. hvery bottle
is guaranteed. ; S iM by O G.Schaefer.
There is a good opening in Azteo for
a first-class boot a id shoe maker.
My lady looks Into t e mirror
And her face It gl J s s with dMIirht,
As she sees the vast improve ment
Since she used far Tea each night..
She Is never tired or wry,
Her Ills Bad her pins hat e fled ;
Since she drank of Parks' Ta each evening,
A cup full on going toted.
Bold by O. G. schas'er.
Spring cleaning has commenced at
Las Cruces and painters are all busy.
Shiloh's Cur? is sold on a guaran
tee. It cures incipient consumption.
It is the best couh cure. On'y one
cent a dose. 25 o's., 60 cts., $1. Sold
by Winters Drug Co.
The W. C. T. U. entertainment at
Las Cruces was well attended and very
Karl's Clover Root will purify your
Blood, clear your Complexion, rege
late your Bowels and make your bead
clear as a bell. 25o., 60c, and fl.
Sold by Winters Drug Co.
Mrs. Max Sohutz left Lss Cruces for
lMeti , Texas, to visit ber sister-in-law,
who is ill.
Parks' Tea
Sold by D. G.
clears the. complexion
Schaefer. ; ;
Everyone at Las Cruces is jubilant
over the prospects of the early building
of the big dam. ; , i !
Catarrh, cured, health and sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarib
Remedy. Price 60 cents. Nasal in
jector free. Sold by Winters Drng Co.
'GeneTwitty is being prominently
spoken of as the republican candidate
for city recorder at Riton. . :
50c ts. nnd
ne cent A dose.
e 1 v TCsw.1a
It is sold oa m guarantee by all d ni(t-
eisM. It cures Incipient Corsumption,
ud is tbe bC Cough and Croup O are
Sold by Winters Drug Co.
m mm
L8 Vegas, the Chief City
of New MexicoSome
of Her Resources,
Attractions and
Lis Vcoai, meaning "Tbe Meadows,
Is tbe county teat of Han Miguel county
lie on both aides of the Gallinas river,
and, with Us suburbs, bas about 10,000
I It baa water works, street cars, ire and
I Incandescent electric light plant, telephone
exchanges, Territorial agricultural expert.
ment station, headquarters of the Atcbl
sou railway system, New Mexico division,
together with railroad machine shops and
tie-preserving works, stock yards, and tbe
largest sheep-shearing and dipping plant
In tbe United Btates.
West of the river, the old town bas the
qaaint and pioturesqna Mexican appear
ance adobe bouses, . narrow, . crooked
street, native people and customs, baudl
crafts and occupations; but the plaza and
all of tbe new town, east of tbe river, con
stltute a distinctive American city. The
streets are wide and well graded, while
sidewalks abound, shaded with growing
trees. Three parks, filled with grass and
trees, add to tbe beauty and bealtbfalness
of the place. Handsome and well-filled
stores, beautiful residences, and Innumera
ble lawns, set in grass and adorned with
shrubbery and flowers, combine to pro
claim a cultured community, possessed of
all modern comforts and conveniences,
A city ball, three public school buildings,
court-house, Masonic temple, opera bouse,
Territorial Normal school and Territorial
Iatane asylum are publio buildings, eon
structed of red and wblte cot sandstone.
unsurpassed in beauty by similar edifices
in any town, of equal size, in tbe Btates,
An Academy, Seminary, Jesuit eollege,
Convent school, Presbyterian Mission
school, Methodist manual training school,
Christian Brotheis' institute, City high
school, three graded publio schools, a kin,
dergarten, a commercial school and two
music schools, besides several private teach,
ers, are among tbe eduoational advantages
and facilities. - '
Las Vga8 is tbe natural sanatorium of
the United States, combining more nat
ural advantages than any other place Id
America. Her thermal wattrs are the
equall of the Hot Sprinsrs of Arkansas,
while ber climate is infinitely superior,
There is no malaria, no excessive best or
cold, no gnats, rats or mosquitoes. Tbe
air is pure, dry; rarifled, and highly elec
trified a certain cure for consumption, if
tbe disease be taken in time. The hot
waters are a specific for liver, skin, rheu
matic and blood disorders. Her Montezu
ma hotel Is tbe finest hostelry between
Chicago and California, and is situated in
a beautiful canyon, five miles from town.
where the Hot Springs, forty in number,
come boiling to tbe suirace.
The latitude is about the same as that ol
central Tennessee, while tbe altitude is
nearly 6 500 feet. This combination gives
peculiar, but most happy, result. In tbe
winter, during tbe dav. tbe thermometer
seldom falls, in tbe shade, below forty de
grees, while it often runs, in the sunshine,
to slitv-ilve degrees or even more. Ou
the other band, in tbe summer, the heat is
never oppressive, in tbe shade, and do
nigbt is too warm for comfortable sleep,
uuder one or two blankets. Tbe sun will
shine nine days out of every ten, tbe year
round. ; This, with the extreme dryness of
the air, caused by the very slight precipi
tation of moisture; tbe resinous aroma,
rolling down from the pine-clad moun
tains; tbe large amount Of electricity in
tbe air, and the consequent ozone, result
ing from tbealtitude; and tbe location of the
town, land-locked by mountain and mesa
these all conspire to produce an atmos
phere which is a balm to all diseases of the
respiratory organs. The percentage of
death from consumption is lower In New
Mexico than it is anywhere else in the
United States; and no other piece in New
Mexico excels Las Vegas in the salubrity
ut Its climate. Asthmatics experience
immediate and permanent relief, in this
altitude. -
In the way of health and pleasure re
sorts, Las Vegas Is unrivaled. In a radius
of twenty miles, in rcmantlo mountain
glens and beside babbling mountain brooks,
are tbe Las Vefias Hot Springs, Harvey's,
El Porvenir, Bundoval's Mineral Hill, Ro
mero Ranch, Blake's, Sparks', Sapello,
Roclada, and other i laces, too numerous
to mention, where health can be recovered,
and life becomes a pleasure to the ennuye,
tbe invalid, the ovtr-worked business man.
Las Vkoas bas two daily and five weekly
papers, three banks, two building and loan
associations, three hotels, many boarding
bouses, nine churches, a number of clubs,
and all the leading civio and social socie
tiasi a roller flour mill, capacity, fifty bar
rels per day; two wool-scouring establish
ments, cleaning 1,500,000 pounds of wool
annually; a well-equipped brewery and
bottling establishment: a manufactory of
mineral and carbonated waters; two wag
on and carriage factories; a saddle and
harness factory; a foundi.. elec
tric light plant, : three - planing mills,
and other enterprises ot less importance,
There are eight large 'wholesale houses,
whose trade extends throughout the Ter
ritory, and into the adjoining seetlons;
while the volume of this trade, and the
value of tbe stocks which they carry, can
not be duplicated west of Kansas City and
soul b of Denver. Three merchants' brok
ers have selected tbe city as their distrib
uting center, tbe amount of their yearly
sales exceeding, in the aggregate, the com
bined rales 01 an oiner. sucn urokers in
New Mexico. The retail merchants, of
Las Vegas, are more numerous, and carry
larger and better stocks of goods than do
tbe retail merchants ot any other town In
this Territory or Arizona, r ;
. Las Vsqas is tbe distributing polut for
nearly all New Mexico. By the Atchison
eybtera, she has connection with Kansas
on tbe east, Colorado on the north, Arizo
na and California on the west, and Texas
and Old Mexioo on the sooth. Besides
these, she bas more stage lines, connecting
her with tributary territory, man aas any
other town in New Mexico. Tbls territory
includes tbe entire section, east and south
of tbe mountains, and comprises tbe coun
ties of Colfax, Mora, xaos, Ban aiiguei,
Sauta Fe, Socorro, Dona Ans, Grant,
Cbaves, Lincoln and Eddy, with parts of
Valencia and Bernalillo a country larger
than all New England. This takes in the
famous Valley ofibe Rio Orande, and the
less famous, but not less excellent, Valley
of tho ftccs the finest fruit sections ot
tbe west. - .
Tbls Terj-iiorv is rich In everything that
constitutes tbe Wealth of Nati -ns. Iron,
coal, lead, silver, gold, mica, limestone,
sandstone, marbles, gypsum, soda in end
ess variety and exhaustless quantities,
are among tbe several products of the
country which Las Vegas commands.
Sheep, cattle and lumber abound, so that
In each of these prime articUs of commerce
this city Is tbe best market in New Mexico.
She bandies more wool tban all the other
towoa in the Territory combined, wbile
her commerce In hides is truly eno'mous.
(n tbe earn way, tbs stands pre-eminent
for ber traae in grains, hay, vegetables,
aud other farm products i wbi'a hr trade
In ioe, gathered in tbe neighboring moun
tain canvuns, extends east into Kanns,
went into Arizona, and south Into Old
Mexico. . -
1. K. MAttllN.
t. St. D. HOWART.
Martin & Howard,
Contractors & Bnilier..
Finn? and specifications furnisbec
free to patrons. Shop next door tc
Houghton's Hardware Stors.
The man. with the tattoo
marks on his skin would be
foolish to attempt to wearthe,t
vjj vy mra uvrx. i neper
son with a severe cough or
cold is about as unwise to at
tempt to wear that of. This 9
"wear off" idea has cost ?
many a life. f
Scott's Emulsion
of Cod-liver Oil, with Hypo- T
phosphites, gives immediate f
aid by sootlwtg the cough and
supplying tonic remedies to the i
weakened system. J
- jco. and St.coat all druggists. X
Tbe Clio literary society held a
closed meeting at Silver City, having a:
debate on woman's suffrage. The!
girls being against woman's
It is not to be wondered at that
Ayer's Pills are In such universal
demand. For the cure of constipation,
biliousness, or any other complaint
needing a laxative, these pills are un
surpassed. They are sugar-ooated,
easy to take, and every dose is effec
Charles II. Arui'jo left Lis Cruoes
for his ranch at Three Kivers, and will
be gone for several weeks,.. . .
Wbile no physician or pharmaoist
can conscientiously warrant a cure, the
C. Ayer Co. guarantee the purity,
strength and medicinal virtues of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It was the only
blood purifier admitted at the great
World's Foir in Chicago, 1893.
Pedro Perea is the unanimous choice
of the republicans of Bernalillo county
for delegate to the national republican
convention at St. Louis.
All last winter Mr. Geo. A. Mills, of
Lebanon, Conrr., was badly afflicted
with rheumatism.' At times it was so
severe that he could not stand up
straight, but was drawn over on one
side. "I tried different remedies with
out receiving relief," he says, "until
bout sis months ago I bought a bottle
(Jliamuerlain's fain Balm. After
using it for three days my rheumatism
was gone and has not returned since."
For sale by IT. D. Goodall. Depot
Drug store.
The New Mexico Educator is the
name of an educational journal, lust
Started In Las Cruces.
The breaking up of the winter is a
signal for the breaking up of the sys
tem.' Nature Is openinsr up the pores
aud throwing off refuse. De Witt's
Sarsapaiilla is of unquestionable assis
tance in this operation. Winters Drug
Co. '
ROYAL Baking Powder.
.Highest ot all In leavening
Strength. V. S. Government Report,
N. Bell brought four gold bricks
down to Silver-City from tbe Bell &
Stephens mini,' ut Pinos Altos, valued
at about $12,000.
Not to b Trifled With.
From tbe Cincinnati Qazette.
Will people never learn that a "cold"
is an accident to be dreaded, and that
hen it occurs treatment should be
promptly applied ! There ia no knowing
here the trouble will end; and wbile
complete reoovery is the rule, the ex
ceptions are terribly frequent.and thous
ands upon thousands of fatal illnesses
occur every year ushered, in by a litll
in'jdiciou3 exposure and seemingly
trilling symptoms. B yond this there
are to-day countless invalids who can
trace their complaints to colds,"
hich at the time of occurrence gave
no concern, and were therefore neg
lected. When troubled with a cold use
Chamberlain's Cout'h Remedy. It is
prompt and effectual. ' 50 cant bottles
for salo by Ii. p., Goodall, Depot Drug
Store. .'-.
There is complaint made at R"ton
that all the physicians are not strictly
carrying out the provisions of the town
ordinance In reference to contagious
iseases. , ' ,
Simon S. llartman, '. of Tunnelton,
West Va , has been subject to attacks
of colic about once a year, and would
have to call a doc'.or and todn suffer
for about twelve hoars a mmh m
some do when they die. He was tak
en recently just the same as at other
times, and conoln led to- try Chamber
lain's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. He says; 'I took one dose
of it and it gave mo relief in five mic.
utes. That is more than any tbiog
else has ever done tor me." For sale
by K. D Goodall, Lepot Drug Store.
The indications ' are now that at
least 10,000 copies wili be printed and
sold of the big illustrated edition of the
Albuquerque Chken, which will , be
issued early in April, ' V
The purcbasa of
Charter Oak
Will complete the chain. .
Hot Air, Hot Water, , and
Steam Heating. ! Tin Roofing,
Perfection Steel Hoofing. Tin
and Copper Ware, Sheep Dip
Tanks, Smoke Etacks.and Heavy
Sheet-Iron Work, a Specialty.
Pumps, Hydrants, Bath Tubs,
Range Boilers, Wash Basins,
Sinks, Brass Goods, and Tlpe
kept in stock.
.orget to take it. Now is the time yoi:
need it most to wake up your Liver. A
sluggish Liver brings on Malaria, Fever
aim Ague, rcneumaitsm, ana many oilier
ins wnicn snaner me constitution and
wreck health. . Don't forget the word
Kcuulatok you want, i lie word KEG
ULATOR distinguishes it from all other
remedies. And, besides this, SIMMONS
LIVER REGULATOR is a Regulator of the
Liver, keeps It properly at work, that your
system may De Kept in good condition.
Liver RFfiULArnp. it ithA iwct vnrA
purifier .and .corrector, lry it and note
me. ainerence. look tor the KhU L
on every package. You wont find it on
any other medicine, and there is no other
Liver remedy like SIMMONS LIVER
KhuULA rOR-the rUngof Liver Remedies.
Be sure you get it. 1
J. H. xilllii & Co., Philadelphia, Pa,
The bhalani colony, D-fiv Am
oounty, received 100 feet of pipo for
their artesian well. N't pains or inonny
will be spared to make this well a
Just now everybody is beginning to
take a spring medicine. And it is
good thing to do provided you take
Summons Liver Regulator the ben
spring mtdicine. It's a sluggish liver
that clogs tbe system and makes bad
blood. A dose a day of Simmons
Liver Regulator will make a new rran
out of you, and a new woman, too.
Look for the red Z on the pneknge.
It is Simmons Liver Regulator j ou
The Palmilia roller mill, at Lis
Cruces, is working eighteen hours n
day, and can not fill demands.
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment
13 unequnlled for Eczema, Tetter. Salt-
Rheum, Scald Head, Sore Nipples, Chapped
Hands, Itching Piles, Bums, Frost liites,
Chronic Sore Eyes and Granulated Eye Lids.
For sale by druggists at 25 cents per box.
For puttins; a horse in a fine healthy con
dition try Dr. C'ady's Condition Powders.
They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure
loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correct
kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving
new hie to an old or over-worked horse. 25
cents per package. For sale by druggists.
Farmington is to have a cannery,
shortly. Mr. Myer, of Gallup, practical
hardware man, will be at that place in
a week or two, for that purpose.
Piles, Piles file.
- A sure oure for Blind, Bleed
tng and Itching Piles. Dr. Kirk';
Gorman Pile Ointment has oured tbe
worst cases of ten years' standing by
three or four applications. No one
need suffer ten minutes after using
Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment
Onr agent, Mr. Goodall, will warrant
every box. Price , SI. 00. Sold a'
Depot dru fir store Los Vegas
R. L. Munson, who left Silver City a
year agr, and who is in Philadelphia,
has been promoted to tbe position of
foreman of the electrical works of that
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rhen.u, fever
sores, totter, chapped 1 hands, chill.
Mains, corns and all skin eruptions,
and positively ottres piles, or no pay
required. It is guaranteed to gi7e per
fect satisfaction or . money ref anded.
Price 25 cents par box. For sale by
Murphaj Van Petten Drug Cj., Las
Vegas and Etst Lis Vegas. At whole
sale by Browne & Manzanares Co.
Sola by 0. G. BCHAEFER.
Claim Agent.
; las Vegas, n. m.
Indian Uepredation Claims a
Isaac K. Httt 3o , Chicairo. III., Bar
aatt, Thompsou A I aw, Washington, 1). C.,
are associated with me In cases before tli
Court ol alalms.
To year chain ol health,
' happlneaa and content
4' t 1 ment may be a ..... .
AT- -
,;' NIGHTl
1 -j, THE MORNING i4 g
CM ft
Repairs furnished for all makes of stoves
Charter Oak Stoves and Ranges.
General Repairing,
Railroad Avenue,
Kast of Center St
Hrbr Sheas.
Tousorlal Parlors,
Osntsr Btreei.
Bon-ton, 8t. Louis, Lone Branch, round
custur, ,uu ruuna, square and box pom-
. Center Street,
O. I.. Gregory, Prop.
Ulliy SKIllea workman imM,,. ..
muw wm u'kiu, to connection.
Sixth street and Grand svsnue
Dry U Ob.
II. Romero, Manager,
Booth Bids Floss
County Surveyor.
veyor. Oltlee, room 1, City Hall.
Pliysiclana aud Burgeons.
O. V. UORDOM, St. D.
La. Venn.. N. Of. lifflK. hour..
12a. tu.,ito4p. m..7 toSD.m.
11 to I
juaiuoeui uuiiuinic, up stairs.
a. h.
bulidtng.east side of plaza, Las Vegas,
" . . i.vj-am
Offlcs In Union blonlr. Hlwfh n...
. A. FlflKK,
a. m. flButsiB.n.a. ir.u. udtti pru.
Hcee in the SQDreme court and all fliitrint
courts of tne Territory . Special attention
Riven to SDanlsh and Maxloan mm titiu
man's block. East Las Veur. N. II.
Thomas B. Cation.,
Delegate to Congresi
VV. T. Thornton....
orlun Miller
hos. Smith
....Chief Justice
0. Collier,
a. lli:iillton. (.
B.Lauhlln, f
.Associates I
D. Hants. I
ellx Martinez.. .Clerk 4th jadlrtnl iii.tni
Charles F. UasleV urvv..r.(jnrr.i
Charles M. Shannon United States Collector
.1 a. u.tiuunuKwuy.u. a. Ulstrirt Attorney
Edward b. Hall v. 8. Marshal
H. Loomls Denutv u. a. urhi
U. 8. Coal Mlna lniinM.h,r I
James ii. naiKer.aanra te.Keir. Lanii iioirt
1'edro Delgado, Sauta Fe....Ree. Laudofflca
ifuiiuu, Dittu, LaBurm-wBjf, lanaOIllCe
Jan. P. A scarate.Las Cruces. Ueo. Landom-.
uicnara loung.Kosweu.. ..Keg. Land Office
W. II. Coeerove. lloswell...Hir. inn
John C. Hlank. Clayton Ren. Undonir.
Joseph S. Uoliand.Clayton.Rec. Land Office
P. Victory Solicitor-General
H. Crist, ulst. Attorney Santa re
lins. J. Wllkersnn
...Silver CUT
A. 11. Hurlle
H. Id. Douglierty
Ueo. KicOoruilct
A. A. Jones
John Franf tin
Jose Meuura
W. A. Wyliis
....Las Vegas
1.1 hrurt ah
.Clerk Supreme Court
E. H. llergtnanu supt. Penitentiary
Geo. W. Knaebel.... Adjutant Oeneral
Hainnel Eldodt .....Treasurer
Marcellno (iarcla Auditor
s.mauo uimvea aupi. ruoiic instruction
U.S. Hart Coal Oil Inspector
E. V. Lonff President
i.oranzo utips vice-rresldent
tan w. tvuuensiem aec'y and Treas.
DenlKno Itouiero..
frank S. Crosnon
Dr. J. Marron....... Medical Superintendent
Geo. W. Ward Steward
Mrs. Camella Ollnger Matron
Joseph B. Iteed. of Iowa, Chief Justice.
assochts jostiobs Wilbur K. Stone, of
Ooiorado; Thomas 0.- Euller, of North
Carolina.; William M. Murray, of Tennes
see; Henry -O. Slues, or Kansas.
Matthew Q. Reynolds, of Missouri, U. S.
W. II. Jack. .....chairman, stiver City
M.N.I hamn... .first district, Khsc Las Vegas
M.S.Otero f .iond Jlstrlet, Albuquerque
K.U Hear tuird district. Watrous
J.F.Hlnk'.e arih d'.strlct, Lower Penasco
J.A.Laltr.e. secretary .Las Vegas
T. 0. de Baca
(retorlo Hurt
Dionicio Mortlnei
j county commissioner!
Probate Jadgt
frobate Clerk
l'atrtcio uonsaies .
Jose (i. Montano..
Hllarlo Uomero....
Carlos Gabaldon,
Adolaldo Consoles., .School Superintendent
Henry Uoke Treasurer
K. M. JOnes Surveyor
Jesus ila,. Prada Coroner
Simon Aragon. ...Justice or the 1'eape, No. I
1. 3 deBaca " " . 26
U.S. Woester
Antonlno Zubla " 6
V. K
Olney . ,
. Aldermen
V.V. Clajtr.
O. B. Karlckson...
J. K. Moore
IC V i.on.
Dr. M. W. Hobblns
C. H illlngsworth .
J. K. Martin
R. t . roreythe....
V. II. Barber
K L. Hamblln ,
S.T. Kline
It. 11 llofuaelster .
A. 1'. liogers
Edward Henry President
L. O. Fort Vice-President
John York Secretary
O. P. Earlckton Treasurer
Memdhrs First ward, Alfred it. Smith,
Ueo. V. Keert; second ward, L. O. Fort, L.
l. Webb; third ward, Kdward Henry. H.
W. Kelly ; rourth ward, 0. V. Hed.fCock, J.A.
Carrutu.3 . .
W. Tt. Tipton, M. D..lrestdent... Las Vegas
G . S.Kastenlay.M D.,V-Pres... Albuquerque
Francis H.Atkln.T, M.U.,Sec....s;.Las Vegas
J. II. Sloan, M. I)., Treas Santa Fe
Wui.KKpert, M. I., SaniaFe
J. J . Shuler, M. D Raton
J. M. Cunningham, M. D E. Las Vegas
James McLaughlin,
Contractor and Builder.
Quotations on Brick furnished, at the
yard or in the wall.
Kstslillnlif it In Colnrsilo, 1S6S. Ssmn'M y mll ot
piprc.i w'll receive prompt and cnrrlul attuoileii.
Hold 4 Silvar Bullion lSSZ
: Adirw, it:: Uvtnet st, stm , Ceio.
Job Printing
Of every description
executed with neatness
nd despatch
mW1, '-KAGCIt-Bepelor n tetin
ill! O. O. V ball T,,1"", 01 "tl1 n tnl1
R. J. (Tluir.Tnu tah
N. It
Koskskkst. ttec'y. '
I. o. o. w.
m mm vvn i a .-....
Invited to attend.
F. w". rtitca, Beo'y
Vf, K. Cbitki, N. G.
si . STft sn Bsc . . ,
teetbrsa are co'rdlili? invld. '
J . THOBMill.t,, M. W .
7' F.Bsazoo.finahcV.r.'',"''M,oora,r
St. t T.
r DORADO WPGI! No. 1, me.U at thetr
. . fVa"lle Ha'J In tbe Ciemeut l)l-k
tbe Ciemeut block, corner
eve1mi5U8,v??,,i,0,m, "vyTbur.da?
evening. VltUin maintain nf .. a . . .
always welooiu.
J. UiRcrs, K. oK. A 8. ,
DGLR TKMPI K, No, 1, Kathbono Bit
n.irS Jew u-ie. "uee first and
Iblrd Tuesday evouluir of each mnnti. L7. .
ot P. Hall, East lu Venus, hi .
M. Visltlnif
sisters or tlie order alwsve
welcome. Mm n u p.
U. of it. AO.
A. XT. A.M.
..riJf B.1?? I-ckIk. No. , meets flrst -ml
Jhir?,,""".,,,By enlDKS of each month, In
the Uasonlc tsmni.. vi.i.m " V."
frAtiiniall.iHviti w .utbo sri
oicino Ro,W(wAL,."c:,l''',-',,
T Ifnifm .
I . . '
Jill I wwwu no. , meets every
JMomlar evening at tlielr ball Hiirli
street. All visltlna brethran
arn. !
152.. Visiting companion- fratornallr
'"'""Ut J. H. fir.Attir iv ir o.
Las Vecrat Oonminiiar,
No. 3. Begnias
TnMlfl.. aanh. .
communication, second
month visiting Kuivhta mi.i. JvTi
corned. G. A. UOTHHkV d. r
Ia. U. lIOFHEISTSa. Use. .
I' AS VEG AS COUNCIL NO. 1, Royal and
third Monday of each month. Sanctuary la
Masonlo temple.
I ii. A. Kothoeb.
U0. X. OOUI.D,
Recorder. , ;
i?Lrt,2n!,Tl'iy?belt' cordiallj In. :
vlted to attend these bodies.
Eastern Star
ReThnT.TJSuU0" "00nd Md ,0Urth
miss Lizzra Bowiiib, Worthy Matron,
A. e. IIMNKDICT. Wortlir Parrnn '
Mas. Kska Benedict. Treasurer.
All vlsltlnai brntliora Ann ut.t,. n..i.n
Invitod. Uas. Mattik MoaiiAr, Secretary.
Three Blocks from Union Depot,)
1 1320 tfl 1.1.1ft MAVAnfaAtifh
Prioe Reduced to Suit the Times
Eates, $1.50 and $1.75 Per Day.
Speolal Rate by . Weak or Bfoa
Clean, Neat, Comfortable, and Re-
speotable. Especially desirable lot
families and ladies traveling alone.:
Electric Light, Elevator, Baths, etc.
Cable cars pass the hotel for all parts
of the city.
Poree, Mgr,
Dfamii D,TvuTi. I
For Information and free Handbook write to
HUNK ft CO., 801 BboaowaT. NSW YORK.
Oldest bureau for securing patents la America.
Every p&teiit taken out by us Is brouitht bcrnra
, the publi') by a notice Klren free ol charge la Uta
Largpst clrcutatlnn of any nclentlflc paper In th
hnlenUldly lllustrtttcil. No iutlliLeu6
man should be without It,
h he without It, Weekly, $3.O0
jar; 91.00 six montnA.
Address, MUNN ft CO
luuks, 301 liroAclw?, Xvw York City,
CgllQSIEIl nnsi::Q PAYS
lr you use the Petalum
lacnbatora Brooder.
Make money while
others are wauling
time by oMprocessee.
Catalog tt.ll 8 all about
it.and at icribes every
article needed lor lui
poultry business.
The "ERIE"
mechanically the best
wheel. Prettiest model.
We are Pacific Coast
Azenta. Dlcvele catu-
fii'MeseHntlon, prices, etc., aobkts wamthd.
Br anch Hocbb, jt 8 Main St., Los Angeles.
of either sex, any ige, In any part of the country,
at the employment which we furnish. You need
not be away from home over night. You can give
yourwboletlmetothe work, or only your spare mo.
menu. As capital 1 not required you run no risk.
We supply you with all that l needed. It will
cost you nothing to try the business. Any one
can do the work. Deglunert make money from
the start. Failure is unknown with our workers.
Erery hour you labor you can easily make a dollar.
No one who is willing to work falls to make mora
money every day than can be made In three days
at anyordluary employment, ' Send for free book '
containing the fullest information. ,
Box eso, . J
It Solentiflo American
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