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'''' .X' ' ".'' fHE DAILY OPTIC. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, SAN MIGUEL COUNTY. )I 12 ..,10:3.07 vcio: After Acute Pronchltlt t., . CTJEID BT IffBIMO AVCD'C Cherry XT. I -O Pectoral A PREACHER'S EXPERIENCE. "Three months ago, I took ft vio lent cold which resulted in an attack of acute bronchitis. I put myself unuer meuicui treatment, and at the enu oi two months, was no better. I found it very difficult to preach. and concluded to try Ayer's Ckerry It not oclr Is .q, it wuot La go. Qne Minute Cough, Cure sots quickly, rd that's what makes it go. Winters Drug Co. W. C. Rogers, of Cerrillos, IUo Arriba county. was '-"'j2-:s.:.-rv,:viv-v.i,i"':i! Pectoral. The first bottle pave me great relief ; the second, which I am now taiting, lias relieved me almost entirely of all unpleasant svmntoms. and I feel sure that one or two bot- ties more will effect a permanent cure. To all ministers suffering from throat troubles, I recommend Ayer's unerry sectoral. E.M. Krawxey, D. D., Disk Secretary; Am. Bnpt. Publication Society, Petersburg, Va. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral GOLD MEDAL AT THE WORLD'S FAIR. AVER'S LEADS ALL OTHER SARSAPAR1LLAS. Mrs. GeorgtfvV. North writes to Cer- rillos friends from 1 Paso ' that they are mucn pleased wilb their new home, Mr. North is preparing to build a resi aence mere. The sooner vou begin to fight the fire, the more easily it may be extin. guisbed. The sooner you begin taking Ayer's Sarsapanlla for your blood disease, the easier will be the cure. Ia both cases, delay is dangerous, if not fatal. Be sure you get Ayer's and no dther. . . Miss Maggie P. Smith, of Raymond, Kansas, It-it Las Cruoes, for tbe Mes- teacher there, I Extracts from oar Biflhana-es.l , , Surveyor Saylor, of Farrnlngton.was engaged a couple of days this week rotkinga plat of the mesa ditch neai Li Data. The First Regiment band playeJ an exoelloai, pi' 'gam of music at tbe our. ner of Gild avenue and Seoond street, Albuquerque la the sou'.hern part of this Territory the cottonwood luJs are swelling and win soon put locta tbelr annual crop oi ujing iuz. D. X. Eberle arrived in Silver City, from Los Angeles, and has gone ou to Mofcillon to look after his mining In. terests there. F. C. King and Paul Wellaodyi two of the most popular traveling salesmen on the road, visited Silver Ci.y mer chants last weik. . , C. V. Hayncs and family have mov ed to Boa well, from their ranch, and are residing in tbe Needham bouse, on Uicbaruson avenue Mrs. N. Minter left Roswell, for Cal ifornia, on an extended visit to ber sister, and sbo tnav conclude to make that state ber home Governor Stover took some ore which Joseph . Saint brought from tbe La drones, and wi.l have it assayed at his come n Albuquerque. Guy Morgan has roturned to Ros well from St. Louis, where he his been for the past eight months attending the at. Louis medical college Frey Raymer has returned to Albu querqup, from a trip to the Hot Spriuirs. He will be part of the Browns' aggregation, as of old. Mrs. S. M. Ashenfelter, of Colorado Springs, Colo., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Bennett, and daugh ter, Mrs. W. IS. Walton, to Silver City Nearly 200 people attended the morn ing service of the Episcopal church, last Sunday, at Silver City, to listen to the sermon delivered by Bishop Ken dries. J.J.Leeson, of Socorro, came up to Santa Fe, where he will attend a meeting of tbe immigration board and visit his friend Cortesy, who is in the hospital. Will Minter and bride, nee Miss Mil ler, of Weed, were in Roswell, from Picacbo, last week, and while there, Will attended the stock association meeting. J. H. Peers of Chicago, who has been to El Paso, js ia Albuquerquo to stay some lime. Tbe gentleman, who is an invalid, has formed many warm friendships. Col. ueorge W. Thompson came down to 1,1 Plata, from Durango, Mori day, to look after his bunch of beif steers which are being led at Sam Nichols' ranch. Mrs. J. W. Dawson, and her daugh ter Elitb, arrived in Albuquerque from Las' Cruces, and were met by Prof. Hiram Iladley. The ladies . are en route to California. Mrs. W. Lre Thompson and Mrs. LeNoir, of Georgetown, and Mrs. Lorenz. of Silver City, will' leave for California, next Monday, where tbey will spend the summer. The Albuquerque p.ilice were advisea a,c, stores. Las Ves-as by wire to keep a sharp loc kout for the Las Vegas, at wholesale by Browne parties woo ruuuuu mo puswiuua at manzanares Co. Keguiar size, nity oranis on vveunesuuy nigui ui a biubii cents and 91. - f . .1 . ..)nl.nn I E. II. Harlow, foreman of the mv D. M. French, of Phoenix, who is rhinery department of the Atlantic & traveling fur a Los Angeles firm, was in Pacific at Gallup, is in Albuqueiquc Albuquerque, and left for Jbl Paso Mr. Karlow is grand lrcturer for the Masonio order for New Mexico. ; i-. Harmony loJge, of " Albuquerque, which met last evening, has nearly reached the 100 mark i point of mem bership. The lodge is scarcely two years old, and its progress shows that the members are of the active sort. ; Misses Bessie Hood and Grace Walker, two of Silver City's dearest girls, were confirmed members of the Episcopal church, by Bishop Kendrick, at the regular rooming service last Sunday. Mrs. F. C. Gunn, of Kansas Ci'y, who has bjen v.Uiling her sister, Mm. U P. Barnes, for several weeks left Silver City for Los Angeles, Cala., where she will spend several month;. ... W. D. Muiky has leased the J.' P. White building, on Main street, Ron well, and will run a bicycle repair shop.' ills will-have $1,000 worth of. new bicycles in a few days that will be rented. ' " ' ' E. L. O ikes attempted to runtjver a lumber wngon with his wheel, down at Silver City. His wheel looks very sorry about it, and E. L. says there is no sense la making wagons so strong, anyway... - -. Itis understood that the name of Israel King, of Deming, will be pre rented as a candidate for delegate to the nali.inal republican convention, and that he will receive the support of the Oeming delegation. Through Captain William Bocbert, of Albuquerque, Jose Antonio Caster eno, of Pj trito, received $1G5 20 as back pension, lie will now receive $12 per month. The old jnan was greatly delighted when the money came. ;'.... Ben Manger, superintendent of liar ey's dining car supply e'epol at Albu queique, has the Chicago cat which has traveled over 2,500 miles. The cat was given to him by a lady who. is visiting the coast, and is perfectly at borne. R. L. Moore, clerk in the Uoited Stales land cflice at Santa Fe, ac companied by his family, left for his home in Prescott, Ark , whither he was summoned by a telegram announo- Do you lack faith and love health Let us establish your faith and restore your neaitb with De Witt's barsapar ma. winters Drug Uo. d llllllt' I III 'ft I HIIV J"""! l ( fS n n iAiiAHAAAAU i r nn A. Gusdorf, of Lincoln, was In Las Uruoes. "Give mo a ltver regulator and I can regulate the world," said a genius. Tbe druggist bandeq bim a bottle of De Witt's Little Early Risers, the famous little puis Judge H. L. Warren, of Albuquer qui, was in Las Cruces two or three days of last week. . ' A high liver with a torpid liver will not be a lung liver. Comet the liver with De Witt's Little Early Risers, lit tla pills that cure dyspepsia and con' Istipaiion. Winters Drug Co. Tom Hendrlx left Las Cruoes for bis ranch, and will be absent about week. . . i One Minute Cough Cure touohes tbe right spot. It also touches it at tbe right time if you take it when you have a uougb or com. see the point r Tben don't cougb. Winters Drug (Jo. . A. B. Cowan was .In Las Cruces, from tbe "Bennett Stephenson" mine, for a load of supplies. Don't invite disappointment by ex perimenting. Depend upon One Min ute Cough Cure and you have imuiedi ale relief. It cures croup. The only harmless remedy that produces imme diate results. Miss Hattie Cowan left Las Cruces for the mountains, on a visit to ber brothers. Quick in effeot, beals and leaves no scar. Burning, scaly skin eruptions quickly cured by DeWitt's Witch Hazel salve. Applied to burns, scalds, old sores, it is magical in effect. Always cures piles. Winters Drug Co. as Vegas, the Chief City . of New Mexico--Some of Her Resources, Attractions and Advantages. Las Visas, meaning; "Tbe Meadow," Is tbe county teae of Ban Miguel county lies on botb sides of the n.llinai river, and, wltb Us suburbi, lias about 10,000 inhabitant. It bas water works, street can, arc and Incandescent electric light plant, telephone exchanges, Territorial agricultural experi ment station, headquarters of tbe Atcbl sou railway system, New Mexico dlvUloo. together With railroad, machine .hops and tie-preserving works, stock yards, and tbe largest sheep-shearing and dipping plant in the United States West of the lver, tbe old town bas the quaint and picturesque Mexican, appear ance adobe houses, narrow, ; orooked streets, native people and customs, baud! Crafts and occupations; but the plaza and all of the new town, east of the 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 the beauty and bealthfulnese of tbe plaoe. Handsome and well-filled stores, beautiful residences, and Innumera ble lawns, set in grass and adorned wltb brubbery 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 houBe, Territorial Normal school and Territorial Insane asylum are publio buildings, con structed of red and white oat sandstone, unsurpassed in beauty by similar edifices In any town, of equal size, in tbe States, n n MIES ' f SENT POSTPAID IN EXCHANGE FOR 100 C0UT0NS, '' . OH. If VOU PHCPCR, . , F0K 2 COUPONS AND $1.00 IN CASH. The watch li nickel, rood timekeeper, quick etem wind and set.' Vou will --,. 4 OM oupu"'da eaci ounce bag and two coupons , , Inside each 4 ounce bag of BLACICVVELL'S CENUirjE DURHAM TOBACCO. Send coupons wltb name and address to ' BLACKWELL'8 DURHAM TOBACCO CO., Durham, N C Buy a bag of this Celebrated Smoking Tobacco, and read tfTe coupon, which gives a list of other premiums and how to get them. . 2 CENT STAMPS ACcerrrn LVmm BIRECTOBY. S0CIE1IE8. Davbttv Hhopi, B. M. BLAUVKLT, Tonsorlal Parlors, Center Street. Bon-ton, Bt. Louis, Long Branch, round senator, ana rounu, square ana box pom- lwiiur m epeuiaiiy. MONTEZUMA LODGE NO. 28. CJKXKNNIAI, LKAODK Begelar ttnetlng O "econd 'laesday evening ol each montfi at I.g. o, r, hall, ' E. J. Hamiltok, Pres. N. B. Roskbebst, Sec'y. I. o. o. tODGB W. No. PAULOB BAUBKU SUOP, Center Street, O. L. Gregory, Prop. OniV skilled workman imnlnnii Uni auu uuiu imuis in connection. Banks) I SAN MIGUEL NATIONAL, Stzth street and Grand avenue Bwr fiooda. o o o o II. D vm BOMKBO, 11. Komero, Manager, Bonth Bide Plasa " County Surveyor. ITT Vveyor F. MKKEDITH JONKS, ENGINEER AND COUNTT Office, room 1, City Hall. BUR- 'OOOOO Physicians and Hursecns. E. C. Futerbausrb was In Cerrillos from Santa Fe, last week. All last winter Mr. Geo. A. Mills, of Lebanon, Conn., was badly afflicted with rheumatism. ; At times it was so severe tbat be could not stand uo traight, but was drawn over on one Ida, ' "I tried different remedies with out receiving relief," he says, "until about six months ago I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Fain Balm.. After using it for three dajs my rheumatism was gone and has not' returned since." For sale by K. D. Goodall, Depot Drug store. Col. G. W. Mossman, oame up to Lss Cruces. of Earlham, Dr. Price, late of Sanaa, Colo , was in Las Unices, from lul raso. . The dootor is looking for a location. Soothing, healing, cleansing," Dfr Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is the enemy to sorps, wounds and piles, which it never fails to cure. Stops itching and burning. Cures chapped lips and cold sores in two or three hours Winters drog store. W. II. Skidmore and son Will, left eaiero agency, to accept a position as I Las Cruces for the "Bennett Stephen son" mine. Condensed Testimony, Charles B. Hood, broker and manu facturer's agent, Culunfbus, Ohio, cer tifies tbat Dr. King's New Discovery bas no equal as a cough remedy. J. I) Brown, proprietor St. James Hotel, Fort Wayne, lod .'testifies that he was cured of a cough of two j ears stand ing, caused by la grippe, by Dr. King's New Discovery. B. F. Merrill, Bald winsville, Mass., says that be has nsed and recommended it, and never knew it to fail, and would rather have it than any doctor, beoause it always cures. Mrs. Hemming, 222 . 25th St , Chic ago, always keeps it at band, and bas no fear of croup, because it instantly relieves.: Free trial bottles at Murpbey-Van Petten Drug Go's Las Vegas s and feast Did You Eyer . Try Eleotric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles r if not, get a Dome now, and get relief. Ibis .medicine has been found to be pecularty adapted to tue relief and cure of all female complaints, exerting a wpnderful di rect influence in giving strength and tone to the organs. If you bave loss of appetite, constipation, headache, fainting spells, or j are nervuus, sleep, less, excitable, melancholy or troubled with dizzy spells, Electric Bitters is the medicine you need. Health and strength are guaranteed by its use. Fifty cents and $1 per bottle at Murphey-Van PptTea Drug Co's. Las Vegas and East Las Vegas, and at wholesale - by the Browne & Manzanarcs Co. Full Details Gladly Given. A Railroad Official's Experience. ivr K. EDWARD EDMONDS, long con nected wltb railroad con-itractlon In Nebraska, writes: "My heart troubled and pained me for 19 years. Shortness of breath was the constant and most common symptom. Intense, excruciating pain, gener ally followed any severe exertion. Falntnesa, hunger withoutanyappotitei fluttering that made me clutch my breast, and palpitation that often staggered me as If I would fall, were frequent attacks. Again, everything would turn black If I arose from a stooping posture quickly. Sleepless nights with their Tr Hfi1fc' ' prostrating unrest were UI AtiUtS numerous and I could J a .... .1 TT A. . . - -t..l.t Ing the dangerous illness, of bis aged Jieau uuc f"" slcians and tried adver- J latter. The Washington" mine, in the Coclilitt niioiug district, has nine cars of high grade ore on tbe track and will ebfp this meek to smelters. Some of (his ore runs as high as $500 per ton, mostly gold." The 'Albemarle" mine, C'ochiti district, uas two eri oa trac so ship to smelter also. These two mines will be steady producers now and will ship from six to ten cars per week. Restores iJvIUliI..... gave me no relief. One of Dr. Miles' circulars dosurtbod BIT case so exactly that I took Pr. Miles' New Heart Cure and I am now a well man. 1 hope very ona troubled with heart disease will trr Dr. Miles' remedies If thRy will write me personally. I will gladly give them full details of my experience." Euw. Edmonds. F. O. Box 65, David City, Nebraska. Dr. Mlios' Heart Cure is sold on guarantee f bat first bvttle bencflts or moey refunded. J. W. Fierce, Republic, Iowa, says: 1 bave used One Minute Congh Cure in my family and for myself, with re sults so entirely satisfactory that I can hardly find words to express myself as to its merit. I will never fail to rec ommend it to others, on every occa- sion tbat presents itself." Winters drug store. II. B. Cartwricht, one of Santa Fe's solid business men, was In Cerrillos, Thursday. Lou of Talk About Parks'' Cough Syrup is what we desire. Everyone ho tries this remedy, says that it has no equal in the Cure of all diseases of the tbroat and lungs. We know it will cure any cold and do it in the shortest possible time. You don't know this, but you will agree with us if jou only try one bottle of Parks' Cough Syrup. Sold by O. G. Scbaefer. - Whatever the Cerrillos band boys undertake is well done. Tbe ball, St. Patrick's night, was the best given in Cerrillos for many moons.' - Parks' Cougb Syrup for coughs and colds. Sold by U. 6. Scbaefer. . Herbert Strickland left Cerrillos for Pueblo, to look after- the shipment of ore from the Ortiz," which left a few days ago.." A cup of Parks' Tea at night ceanees the system in a pleasant but thorough manner,, acts on the liver and is a great restorative of health and strength. Sold by O. G. Scbaefer. Myer Friedman, of Las Vegas, was doing business with Cerrillos merchants, Saturday. - ; . , An Academy, Seminary, Jesuit college, Convent .school, Presbyterian Mission The breaking up of the winter Is a scnooi, metnoaist manual training- school, signal for tbe breaking up of the sys Christian Brotheis' institute, City hlghltem. Nature is openingup the pores school, three graded publio schools, a kin-1 and throwing off refuse. De Witt's dergarten, a commercial school and two I Sarsaparilla is of unquestionable assis musio schools, besides several private teach-1 tance in this operation. Winters Drug era, are among me educational auvantages I JO. . Snd facilities. ' Las VaoAS is the natural sanatorium of tbe United States, combining more nat ural advantages than any other place In America. Her thermal waters are the equal) of tbe Hot Springs of Arkansas, while ber climate Is lnhnltelv superior. There is no malaria, no excessive beat or cold, no gnats, rats or mosquitoes.' Tbe air Is pure, dry, rarined, and highly eleo- trifled a certain cure for consumption. If tbe disease be taken in time. Tbe hot waters are a specific for liver, akin, rheu matic ana blood disorders. Her Moutesu- ma hotel is tbe finest bostelrv between Chicago and California; and is situated in a beautiful canyon, five miles from town, wnere tne not (springs, tortv in number. come Doiung to tne suriace. j Tbe latitude is about tne same as that ol central Tennessee, while tbe altitude is nearlv 6.500 feet. This combination aives a peculiar, but most nappy, result. In tbe winter, during tbe day, tbe thermometer seldom falls, in tbe shade, below fortv de grees, while it often runs, in tbe sunshine', lo sixty-five degrees or even more. Oa tbe otber band, in tbe summer, the heat is ROYAL Baking Powder. Highest of alt in leavening i Strength. V, S. Government-Report F. W. Ruer, of El Paso, was a Las Cruoes visitor. Charles Kirohoer, who has been vis iting Numa Raymond and family, at Las Cruoot-, icit for, his home in St. Louis. " O. O. GORDON, M. D. OrriOK TAMMU OPERA HOUSE, Las Veiras. N. M. Office hours; tfa. m., 2 tot p. m.,7 to 8 p.m. J" J iaiusb nn. , mean averr .JMOndav evnnlnir aft thi. t.oii a, . W. FL,ox,sy.W-B-CB,-W-Q' A.O. U. W. TIAMOND LODOl No. I, meets first and ifZJLl. i,tuttaf 7 ntngs each month In brethren are Wrdloli, invltidT ' -. XHoaaH.bL, M. W. , Go.w. NOTBS.Beoorder r P. Hxhzoo. financier. K. of F. TjlL DORADO LODGE No. 1, meets at their JjJOattle Hell In th. num.n'i ,.TrXl"I. -""'I .,nu i nuHou,, .mi, every xnursaav evenlnK. Vl.ltln m.mh. .."a '. -Z I si ways welcome. " """" L. J. 11 Alices, K. 0 R. A 8. ' D'S'f "PLR, No. 1, Eathbon. Sis ttZJZ I kew Mexico, meets flrst and third Tuesday evening of each month, at 8 Sr0lOviiflK' .f F- HA Ka" I" Vegas, N. ;im.tm ,,tp, th" orJer alwayi welcome. Mas. O. E. PaaT "us. u. K. Williams. M. iT fi- .0. " M.ofB. BAST 11 to I A. JC. &A.M. - DB. S. at. CUNNINGHAM, IHXSIUIAN AND BUBQKON. OFFICE IN naiuoeui omiaing, up stairs. Wake up your liver but be sure you take Simmons Liver Regulator to do it who it will do it every time, and do it so well tbat you'll feel wonderfully refreshed and strengthened. It is buumons Liver Regulator that does It There is ohly one Simmons Liver Res-1 vm uiaior, ana you'll know it by the Red on tne package. Take nothing else. aou you'll be sure to get all the good neaun promised. , B. H. SKirWITH, iHTSIOIAN ANU SUEGKON. ROB WILL, Attoroeya-at-Law. ftiSSSB!?" "o. I, meets first and .heeo Oioino RosenwaXu, Sec. Las Vegas Royal Arch Ohapter, No. S month r Cv?J?0iCat'on, nm Monday In each L. H. Hofkbismb, SeS: H' Los Vegas Oommandery HOLWAN A LARRAZOLO, ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW, DK8MARAI8 bulldlng,east side of plasa, Las Vegas, FRANK 8PBINOKB, ATTORNBT AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Office In Union block. Sixth itrut East Las Vegas, N. If.- - month Visiting Knights cordially K. E. Sluder, the trusted lieutenant of the surveyor general's ofllce, was shaking hands with Cerrillos friends, last wees. K. A. FIHBB, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Santa Fe. N. M. (P. o. Box r. Prac tices tn tbe siipreme court and all district courts of tbe Territory. Special attention Blven to Spanish and Mexican axant titiaa ttjiu uiiuiii(ioiBasioa. Chamberlain's Bye and -Skin Ointment Ia uneo nailed for Eczema. Tetter. Salt- Rheum, Scald Head, Sore Nipples. Chapped timing itching rues, iiurns, irost Uites, Chronic Sore Eyes and Granulated Eye Lids. I?.-.. K., .!..':... i m i J.-V1 oakv uj uiugiaie Ub AM CC11U9 per UUA. LONG & FOKT ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, OFFICE, W1 man's block. East Las vegns, N. 11. OfFiCiAL DIRECTORY, FEDERAL, 1 Dandruff is sn exudation from the pores of the skin, and spreads and dries, forming soiirf, and causing the hair to fall out. Hall's Hair Renewer cures it. Miss M. Moon, of El. Paso, arrived in Las Cruces and registered at the Rio Grande hotel. For disturbing tbe meeting at the Rescue mission, late on Saturday even- Thomas B. Cation Delegate toConsrress W. T. Tnornton .., Oovernor Lorlon Miller........ Seer e tar v Ttios. Smith Chief Justice TO HORSE OWNERS. For puttinir a horse in a fine health v con dition try Dr. Cady's Condition Powders. They tone tin the system, aid digestion, cure . .. . ' : I rnos. rcmuu . joss oi appetite, relieve constipation, correct tt. 0. Collier, ) kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving H B Hamilton, ( new life to an old or over-worked horse. 28 S.- LSS.1l.lll,1 I' . . i rr , i , . . u. JJ iniii. j cents per pacsage. rorsaio Dyoruggists. Felix Martinet.. .Clerk b Judicial District unaries . uasiey surveyor-General Ohai-1a. f Hhnnnnn FTnlfaA U , n ,u . rinltutn. voters 01 cerrillos SDOUia see tbat I J . it. Hemingway, u. o. juistrict Attorney their nams are duly registered, as oth- Lmir.it-.lDVputyS:!: fiSffl .Associates erwlsa tbey cannot vote at the town election, Tuesday, April 7th PUes, Piles riles. A sure cure for Blind, ing and Itching Piles. Dr. German Pile Ointment has cured worst cases of ten years' standing three or lour applications. No J. W. Fleming ...u. 8. Coal Mine Inspector James II. Walker, Santa Fe.Reg. Land office rearo ueigauu.oauia re....itoc, Land Office Jolin D. Bryan, Las Cruces, Reg. Land Office Jan. P. AscaratBjLas Cruces, Rec. LandOfflCe W.H. Coserove. Roswell. ..Rjc. Land nntr. K.irit'8 1 Joseph S. Holland. Olayton.Rec Land Office the Bleed by one ing, and later on a charge of carrying' ,""OD "r luur appuoauons. sxu one Annna.in ,.. fn ii. nflflQ suffer ton miniitAH aftnr nnlno mgbt is too -warm , lor comfortable sleep, under one or two blankets. The sun -will shine nine days out oi every ten, the year round. This, with tbe extreme dryness of tbe air, caused bythe very slight precipi tation of moisture; the resinous aroma, rolling down- from tbe pine-clad moun tains; tne large amount or, electricity in tbe air, and tbe consequent ozone, result ing from tbealtitudet and tbe location of tbe town, land-locked by mountain and mesa .these all conspire to produce an atmos phere which Is a balm to all, diseases or tbe respiratory organs. ' The percentage of death from Consumption is lower in New Mexico tban it is anywbers else In tbe United States; and no otber place in New Mexico excels. Las Vegas in tne salubrity of its climate. Asthmatics experience immediate, and permanent relief, in this altitude. " In tbe way of health and pleasure re- It was truly sorts, Aas vegas is uunvaieu. . x.a ramus of twenty miles, In rOmantia mountain glens and beside babbling mountain brooks, are tbe Las Vegas Hot Springs, Harvey's, El Forvenir, Sandoval's Mineral Hill, Ro mero Ranch, Blake's, Sparks', Bapetlo, Kociada, and otber plaoes, too numerous to mention, where health can be recovered, and life becomes a pleasure to the ennuye, tbe invalid, tbe over-worked business man. Las vioas bas tw otiauy ana nveweeiay papers, tbree banks, two building and loan associations, tbree hotels, many boarding bouses, nine churches, a number ot ciubs, and all tbe leading civic and social socle tias; a roller flour mill, capacity, fifty bar rels per day ; two wool-scouring establish ments, cleaning 1,500,000 pounds of wool well-equipped brewery and given sixty days in the county iiil by Judge Crawford, down at Albuquerque. lie: did not like . Marshal Farnoa's way of doing business, and was go ing tb show a forcible way of using weapons, lie was disturbed 10 his lit tle plan. ' , in Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment Our agent, Mr. Goodall, will warrant every, box.. . Price $1.00. Sold at Depot drug store Las Vegas P. Victory TERRITORIAL. Solicitor-General H. Crist, Dlst. Attorney. Cole Railston, f Eogle, was Cruces over Sunday. Las Truly. Astonishing. Miss Annette N. 'Moen, Fountain, . Minn., says Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has had a wonderful effeot in curing my brother's children of a severe and dangerous, cold. astonishing how speedily they found relief after-taking this pre paration." Richard Hudson, of Silver City, was in Las Cruces. Not to be Trifled With. From tbe Cincinnati Gazette. :- Will peopla never learn that a "cold" is an 'accident to be dreaded, and that when it occurs treatment' should be promptly applied ! There is no knowing where the trouble will end; and while complete recovery is tbe rule, tbe ex annually ; .l:ll.v7XlJn captions are terribly frequent.and thous- mineral and carbonated waters; two wag- auds upon thousands of fatal lllnessos on and carriage lactones; a saaaie ana occur every year usuerea in oy a uui harness factory; a Lfoundi, elec- Injudicious exDOSure and seeminelv Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chattanooga, Tenn , says, "Shiloh's Vitalizer saved my life. I consider it tbe best remedy for a debilitated system lever used." For dyspepsia, liver or kidney trouble it excels. Price, 75 cents. Sold by Winters Drug Co. . 1 Tbe Ortiz" mine is shipping a quantity of .sacked ore to Pueblo, for smelting. '' . - ; ': ' Shlloh's Cure, the great cough and croup cure, is in great demand. Pocket size contains twenty-five doses, only 25o. Children love it. Soid by Win ters Drug Co. Miss Mattie Closson came up to Cer rillos from Albuquerque, and attended the ball. Karl's Clove! Root, the great blood purifier, gives freshness and clearness to the complexion and cures constipa tion, 25 cts 60 cts., $ 1. Sold by Win ters Drug Co. "Black America," twenty strong, brass band and all, at Cerrillos, to night. . . ' . ; .... . niricarf A Jk- I . i - J.'ri nXi a g "it W P IfTA An rreeabl9 Laxative and Nkkvis Tome. Sold by Druggists or sent by mail. !k, 63& and $1.00 per package. Samples free. TTfm TTHs The Favorite TCOTBrOWm Lkf LiU tor the Teeth and lireutU, 60, Seld by Winters Drug Cojj trio light plant, three planing mills, and otber enterprises of less importance. There are eight large wholesale houses, whose trade extends tnrougnouv tne xer- rltorv. and Into tbe adjoining sections: while tbe volume of this trade, and the value of the stocks which tbey carry, can not be duplicated west of Kansas City and nou'h of Denver. Three merchants' brok ers bave selected the city as their distrib uting center, the amount of theU yearly sales exceeding, in tbe aggregate, tbe com bined sales of all other such brokers in New Mexico. Tbe retail merchants, of Las Vegas, are more numerous, and carry larger and better stocks of Roods than do tbe retail merchants of any other town in tbis Territory or Arizona. , - - j Las Veoas is the distributing point for nearly all New Mexioo. By tbe Atchison Bystem, she has connection with Kansas on tbe east, Colorado on tbe north, Arlso na and California on the west, and 'Texas and Old Mexioo on tbe south. - Besides these, sbe bas more stage lines, oonneoting ber with tributary territory, man nas any other town in New Mexico, trifling symptoms. Beyond tbis there are to-day countless invalids who can trace their oomplaints to "oolds," which at the time of occurrence gave no concern, and were . therefore neg lected. When troubled with a cold use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It is prompt and effectual. 00 cont bottles for sale by K. D. Goodall, Depot Drug Store. J. II. Gerdes is making extensive improvements in his Cerrillos store, which, with i's new and elaborate fix tures is assuming a metropolitan air. Buckleo's Arnica Salve. The best salve in tbe world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter', chapped hands, cbill blaios, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to gie per fect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Murp hey -Van Petten Drug Co., Lai Vegas and East Las Vegas. At whole tile by Browne & Manzanares Co ' H. B. Holt left Las Cruces for Tuia rosa, to take testimony in Indian depredation claims, which came before Special Agent Rudger. j A bup'jti I 1 rOVESHE BOWELS in! --j THE MORNING f T. J. Wherry, of in Las Cruces. Montana, arrived includes tbe entire section eaat and south of tbe mountains, and comprises tbe ooun. ties of Colfax, Mora, Taos, Ban Miguel, Santa Fe, Bocorro, Dona Ana, . Grant, Cbaves, Lincoln and Eddy, with parts of Valencia and Bernalillo a country larger than all New England. This takes in the famous Valley oftbe Rio Grande, and tbe less famous, but not less excellent, Valley of the Pecos the Haest fruit sections of the west. 1 This Territory Is rich In everything that constitutes the Wealth of Nations. Iron, coal, lead, silver, gold, mica, limeBtone, 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 tbat in each of these prime articles of commerce this city is tbe best market in New Mexico. Ske bandies more wool than all the other towns ia the Territory combined, while ber commerce in bides is truly enormous. Ia the same way, she stands pre-eminent for ber trade in groins, hay, vegetables, and other farm products; while her trade in Ice, gathered in tbe neighboring moun tain canyons, extends east into Kansas, went fa to Arisona, and south into Old Mexico. ' "Simon S. Hariman, of Tuonelton, West Va., bas been subject to attaccs of oolio about once a year, and would have to call a doctor and t aen suffer for about twelve bours an mush as some do when they die. He was tak- This territory en recently idst tbe same as at other i -. i . . - ..... times, and oonolnied to try Chamber lain's Collo, Cbi-lera and Diarrhoea Remedy. He says: I took one dose of It and it gave roe relief in five ruin, utes." That is mort than any thing else has ever done tor me." For sale by K. D Goodall, Depot Drug Store. Sola by O. G. SCHAEFEl', ..Santa re ....Las Grucea - "........Albuquerque auver uicj " Socorro " Katon " Las Vegas " Roswell ..; Librarian ....Clerk Supreme Court uupt. renitentlan . ......Adjutant General ..Treasurer Auditor supt. ruoiic instruction RAFAEL ROMERO. Claim Agent. VEGAS, N. M. Indian Depredation Claims a opecialty. isaao H. Hitt 4 Jo., Chicago. III., Enr aett, Thompson A 1 aw, Washington, D. C are associated with me In cases before tbs Court ot Claims. The Missing Link... 0mlk To your chain of health, happtaeaa and content . ment may be a . . . ; . . PERFECT COOKINQ APPARATUS- The purchase of a ' Charter Oak Will complete the chain , """sm i. K. MAETIS1. J. H. D. HOWARD Hot Air, Hot Water, and Steam Heating. Tin Roofing, Perfection Steel Roofing. Tin and Copper Ware, Sheep Dip Tanks, Smoke Stacks, and Heavy Sheet-Iron Work a Specialty. Pumps, Hydrants, Bath Tubs, Runes Rollers. Wash Basins. Plant and specifications furnished Sinkfli Brass and rip0 kept In stock. Martin & Howard, Contractors & MM. F. J. Gil k Co. free to patrons. Shop next door to Houghton's Hardware Store. TINNING AND PLUMBING. Repairs furnished for all makes of stoves Charter Oak Stoves and Ranges. General Repairing. Uailroad Avenue, Kast of Center St J. j. B. L. YOUOK Thos. j. wtisierson A. II. Harlle H. M. Duugherty Geo. McCJoroilrV A. A. Jones John Frantlln Jose Segura. ........ W. fl. Wylljs E. II. Bergmann... Geo. W. Knaebel... Bamnel Eldodt...... Marcellno Garcia. . , Aniado Ohaves U.S. Hart Coal OU Inspector DIRECTORS OF THE INSANE ASYLUM E. V. Long President Lorenro unpen vice-president Carl W. wuaensteln.. Sec" j and Treas. Benlgno Komero frank S. Crosson Dr. J. Marron.... ...Medical SuDerlnteadent Geo. W. Ward ....Steward sirs, uameua uiinger Matron 00UBT OF PRIVATE LAND OLAIlfS. Joseph B. Heed, of Iowa, Chief Justice. associate josTioas Wilbur 17. Stone, ot Colorado; Thomas O. Fuller, of Nortb Carolina; William M. Murray, of Tennes. see; Henry O. Sluss, ot Kansas. maiinew u. ueynoius, or oiissouri, u. . Attorney. CATTLE SANITABV BOARD, W.H. Jack .chairman . Stiver Citv M.N.cbaffln.... flrst district, East Las Vegas M.S.Otero second district, Albuquerque R.G IIea(T. third district. w atruua J F.Hlnk'.o fifth d'.strlct, Lower Penasco j.A.LaKi.e secretary, Las Vegas OOUNXT. F.O. deBaoa ) uonnty uommissionert Probate Judge Probate Clerk Assessor - Sheriff Collector Adelaldo Gonzales... School Superintendent Henry Goke ..Treasurer F. M. Jones Surveyor Jesus Ma. Prada.. Coroner LAS VEQAS PEE0IN0T8. S'mon Aragon.... Justice of the Peace, No. E 1. a. do Baca . ' 26 B.8. Wooster " 39 Antonlno Zubla " 61 OUT OF F.1.8T LAS VE0A8. T. E. OIney . Mavor T. F. Clay Marshal O. B. Earlckson... , Treasurer J. E. Moore Recorder E. V Long... Attorney Dr. M. w. Bobbins .Physician u. a unngswortn J. K. Martin ..... B. I . Forsyth.. . W. li. liartier No. i. Begular xueaaay eacn cordial It tl A . t. . . ,. ., n L. H. HorMKisTaa. Beo. ' TJs8iVJG489OUNOI.LNO- B0T' "d Si-2J9?day ,of eaon month. Sanctuary In Masonic templo. Gao, T. Gould. W. A KOTHuEB, TIM Recorder. ,J,m LiSfS?!..1 !?nfTb,J!,t' are ooraiallj In. Vlted to attend these bodies. Baatera Star JrnUroommnnltlons seoond and fourth OMiss Lrzzia Bowhbbi Worthy Matron. A. V. IIknkoiot, Worthy Patron. Mrs. Emma Hknbdiot, Treasurer. All visiting brothers and sisters cordlallr Invited. Mas. Mattib Mobrat. Secrstarv' THE CCLUmBIA, Three Blocks from Union Depot, 1320 to 1330 Seventeenth Street, DENVKB, COLOBADO. AMERICAN PLAN. Prioe Reduced to Suit the Time Bates, $1.50 antf $1.75 Per Day. Speelal Bates, by- Week or Bton Clean, Neat, Comfortable, and Re spectable. Especially desirable for families and ladies traveling alone. Electric Light, Elevator, Baths, etc. Cable cars pass the hotel for all parts of the city. R. M. Foree, Mgr.' Gregorlo Fiores Otonlcto Martinez Gregorlo Varela. . , Patricio Gonzales , Jose G. Montano.. Hllarlo Komero.... Carlos Gabaldon... K. L. Bamblin... f S. T Kline ) L. II UofmeUter . A. X. oogers.. ..Aldermen .1 BOAKD OV BDDOATIOH. Edward Henry President L. 1. Fort..., Vice-President John York Secretary O. P. Earlckson Treasurer Members First ward, Alfred 3. Smith, Geo. V. Heed; second ward, L. O. Fort, L. D. Webb; third ward, Edward llenry. H. W, Kelly ; fourth ward, G. V. lied,;coclc, J.A. Carruth.j f"KRW MEXICO BOARD OF HIAVTH, W. It. Tipton , M. D. .President. . . Las Vegas G. S.Easterday.M D.,V-Pres.. .Albuquerque Frauds H. Atklnj, M.D.,Sec....oi.Las Vegas J.H.Sloan, M. 1., Treus.... Santa Fe Wui.Eggert, M. D., .Santa Fe J. J. Shuier, M. D , Raton J. M. Cunningham, M. D E. Las Vegas LAS VEGAS BRICK YARD, James McLaughlin, Contractor and Builder. Quotations on Brick furnished, at the yard or in the wall. E. E. BUftLINCAME'S ASSAY OFFICE a chemical . o LABORATORY Established In Colorado, 186S. Bamplcs by mall or sxprohS will receive prompt and curet'ul atteoLlen. 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We arc Pacific Coast Aeenta. Blcvcle cata- logue, mailed frecjrlves fu'laescrloHon , prices, etc., aoekts wunra. PL'1'J.LUMA IITCUBATOR C0.,Petaluma,CaL Btanch House, 131 8 Main St., Los Angeles. KBmaBBBBBBaaasBsaaaBaasssaasaaaaasaaaaasaaa. OQ PER VVEESC FOR 179LLIIIG 170R(ERS of either sex, any nge, in any part of the country, at the employment which we furnish. Tou need not be away from borne over night. Tou can give your whole time to tho work, or only your spare mo ments. As capital li not required you run no risk. We supply you with all that is needed. It will cost you nothing to try the business. Any one can do the work. Beginners make money from the start. Failure is unknown with our workers. Every hour you labor you can easily make a dollar. No one who Is willing to work (alls to make mora money every day than can be made in three days at any ordinary employment. Send for free book oontainlns the fitllniit fnformsHofl: II. HALLETT & Box 880, CO., VPCimTLAMDa PAIfig.'lj