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''East Las VcgaV New Mexico, SAN MIGUEL COUNTY. ' lExtracti trom Oar Bxobanaes.l Miss Stella Lew I risen Is one of the liappitst little ladle 1 1 Albuquerque a mono. Das presented tier with a bi cycle. Col. J. G Albright, the retired Journalist at Albu .ueiq le, claims that vba recent cold snap did rut kill all the peaches. Mis Marie Abrarus, vt'io has been visiting at tbe home of Mrs. Hill, ovi at uiayton, is suffering with conger uon or trie lungs. D. A. Clouthier has rented tbe One farm of II M. Porter's, three mile we.t of Springer, taking pissesslon Wednesday, me 1st. One thousand heal of cattle were shipped from Springer, part of them to Kinsley, Kansas, and the rest to Silverton, Colorado. Arrangements have been made for re-openlog the Crescent ooal yard, at Albuquerque, opposite the freight depot, in a lew days, by VV. j. I'rat The frog leg ludustry of Albuquei que, is growing day by day, and the frogs of tbe Uio Grande valley are be ing sought after by the markets of tbe east. 'R. H. Cowan has the' contract and has a force of men and teams at work on a large reservoir for II. M. Porter, -ins. tine ranch three miles west of Springer. Mrs. A. B. McUaffey, daughter of H. K. Fox, the jeweler, left Albuquerque for Denver, where Mr. McUtffey is in business. Tbey will reside in Denver in tbe future. , John C. Ryan, of Fort Worth, gen tral manager ot the Folsom town, land end improvement company, was in Clayton on business onnected with bis property. Cards will ba Issued at Albuquerque, in a 'few days, announcing the ap proaching marriage of Louis Smith to Miss Mamie. McCue, daughter of (Jul M. F. AtcCue. A sister of Mrs. A. T. Quige, of Hall's Peak, arrived in Springer from Missouri, and will visit with tbem for home time, probably concluding to stay in Coif ax county. George Briggs. who was a resident of Albuquerque when Al .Connors' "Marble Hall" was in full blast, vis .Ued that city from Needles, where he is engaged in business. Mrs. W. II. Matson.wife of the local railroad agent at Albuquerque, met with an accident while attempting to ride a bicycle, and in tbe fall suffered a severe injury to her hip. P. II. McNamee, of Vera Cruz, Mex ico, who at one lime, in tbe years 1881-2, was a resident of Springer, re turned there and will do some stone--masonry-work in the vicinity. Mrs. A. Scbultz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jost, of the Phoenix ho tel, left Clayton for Raton, to j in her husband, who holds.a lucrative posi tion there in the Santa Fe machine shops. Frauk Lloyd, late superintendent of the "Old Abe" mine at White Oaks, arrived in San Antonio on the Ozanne stage, en route to Old Mexico to look after his mining interests in that lo cality. Sheriff Hubbell sold at Albuquerque the Ignacio Silva property, on execu tion to J. F. Sulzer for 9 300. Tbe Flinn property was sold to Gross, Ulackwell & Co., for $715, likewise on execution. The Springer and Moreno valley stage Hue is about every other day run ning double-headers to tbe Elizabeth town mining district, and as many are going by private convejanceu and livery outfits. - At Gallup, L. V. Root, bookkeeper for the Orescent coal company's com mission department, and Mrs. lm Harligan, sister of W. T. Henderson, editor cf the Ga'.lup Gleaner, were uuiied in marriage. A veritable 'Dolly Varden" dress was seen -at one of the churches in Albuquei que on Sunday morning. The puffed sleeves, which were quite vol, uminous, gave the dress an "up-to-date" s'yle In that respect. Mrs. II irriet M. Dougherty, an ex cellent lady of Socorro, has entered suit against the Helen mining company ot sou'.hern New Mexico, through her attorney, Neill B. Field, of Albuquer qie, for J200.000 damages. The Mexican mutual protective as sociation met on Sunday in Albu querque at the court house. Ji-sus noun ro is president and Juan Aoaya cretary ot tbe association, which is Incorporated ; memberstip 110. . CarlBivard, the youngest son of Rev. C. L. Bovard, was taken seri ously ill at Albuquerq ic, and for a time hid condition was alarming. It is now hoped,- however, that -the at tack will not be attended with serious results. Nick O'Connell returned lo Clayton from Endee, where be has "been build ing a dam across the liana for tbe Howry cattle company. He will go out to Gibraltar soon to build a reser voir for Luis F. Garcia on his fine ranch. Miss Virginia M. McCarty.for several years the exoellent publio school teach er at El Rito, Rio Arriba county, who h well known in Albuquerque, will soon go to Phoenix, Arizona, where she accepts a position as teacher in that city. ' H. J. Siane, of Clayton, has been on a deal the past few days with C. J. Smith for bis ranch dowu on the Ciru hrron, and he received wort from Mr. Smitb, who is now in Pueblo, that he is ready to close the deal. The con sideration is $1 200 and Mr. Slane left for Pueblo fir that purpose. Th Tycoon company of local aiou-i quetqie players will apoear in is Vegas on Wednesday, April 15th. All the company will come except Waller Butler, muMcal director, i',jara Oruntfold taking his place. The cr s (umes have bren ordered relumed there Mrs. Blakely expects to put the opera oa at tbe opera house after its pre sentation at Las Vegas. A SPECIFIC FOR la Grip, fcr (Mis, Cc:$s, AND LUNG TROUBLES, mfiTfVG CHERRY PECTORAL "Two years Btfo, I had the grippe, and it left me with a cough which gave me no rest night or day. My family physician proscribed for tne, changing tho medicine as often a he found the things I had taken were not helping . its.h me, but, In spite of his attendance, I got o better. Finally, my husband, read ing one day of a gentlemau who had had the grippe and was cur,ed by taking Ayer's Clierry Pectoral, procured, for me, a bottle of tills medicine, and before tt had taken half of It, 1 was cured. I have used the Pectoral for my children and In my fmnily, whenever we have needed it, and have found it a specific for colds, coughs, and lung troubles." EmilV Wood, North St;, Elkton, Sid. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Highest Honors at World's Fair. Cleanse tht System with Ayir'i Sarsapirillt, Word from Golden announces that J. T. McLaughlin and others have just made a rich strike of galena and lead carbonates on a claim in tbe vioinity of tne "iviocoin-Lueky" mines. . . The Ideal Panacea. James L. Francis, alderman, Chi cago, says: "I regard Dr. King's New Discovery as an ideal panacea for coughs, colds aud lung complaints, having used it in my family for the ast five years, to the exolusion of pby loans' prescriptions or other prepar ations." - Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa, writi s : "I have been a minister of the Methodist Episcopal church for fiity years or more, and have never found anything so beneficial, or that gave me such speedy relief as Dr. King's New Discovery." Try this ideal cough remedy now. Trial bottles free at Murphey-Van Petten Drug Co's. drug stores, Las Vegas and East Las Vegas, at wholesale by Browne Manzanares Co. Regular size, fifty cents and $1. . Robert Ewing and Peter Smith are organizing a prospectors' syndicate to search for gold in the Santa Fe moun tains. A Valuable Prescription. Editor Morrison, of Wortbington, nd., Sun, writes: "You have a val uable prescription in Electric Bitters, and I can cheerfully recommend It for Constipation and Sick Headache, and as a general system tonic it has no equal." ' Mrs. Annie Steble, 2625 Cot tage Grove ave.. Chicago, was all run down, could not eat or digest food, had a backache which never left her and felt tired and weary, but six bottles of Electric Bitters restored her health and renewed her strength. Price, fifty cents, and 91. Get a bottle, at Murphey-Van Petten Drug Co's. Las Vegas and East Las Vegas, and at wholesale by the Browne & Manzm arcs Co. Since the caving In of the "Old Abe" mine, there has been a great ex odus of miners out of White Oaks. The test way to avoid scalp dis eases, hair falling out, and premature baldness, is to use the best preventive known for that purpose Hall's Hair Renewer. Prof. Fredericks,' the HilUboro jeweler, moved into bis handsome new jewelry store in the Galles block, down there. . . ' Let The Wholq World Know The Goodr Dr.Miles' HearT&ire Docs EAKT DISEASE, has Its victim at a disadvantage. Always taught that heart disease is Incurable, when the symptoms become well defined, the patient becomes farmed and a nervous panic takes place. But when a sure remedy is found and a cure effected, Efter years of suffering, there is great rejoicing and desire to "let tbe whole world know." Mrs. Laura Wlne lnger, of Selkirk, Kansas, writes; "1 desire to let the whole world know what Dr. Miles' Yr Mf1c' Heart Cure has done for VI, i'UICi me. For ten years 1 bad Xifi'i rt fl'" oaln in my heart, short- DAcforCS tion, pain in my leftside, oppressed feeling in my caezi, weak and hungry , could not lie on either , HS<n...... ipajjg, bad Atvcici, lde, was numb and suffered terribly. I tooU Dr. Miles' Heart Vare ana ueio i tbs second bottle I felt its good effect. I feel cow that I am fully recortred, and that Dr. Miles' Heart Cure saved mr Uf9." Dr. Ml Ion1 Heart Cure Usold on got that fiml OoHie oeueuie, es bwuvi iiv. v Jf Wis It not only is so, it must be so, One Minute Cougb Cure sols quickly, and that's what makes il go. Winters Drug Co. The little two-year old child of Mr and Mrs. John F. Wolford is dead at Clayton of whooping cough. Do you lack faith and love health Let us establish your faith and restore your health with De Wilt's Sarsapar Ml.. Wln A T . - Cn f ' ' Considerable building and other Im provement are being done in the rural districts adjoining Clayton. 'Give me a liver regulator and loan regulate tbe world," said a genius. Tbe druggist handed bira a bottle of De Witt's Little Early Iiiseis, tbe famous little pills. Dr. Slack, of Clayton, Is building a storehouse on tbe rear end of his reel denoe 16ts, 14x26 feet. A high liver with a torpid liver will not be a long liver. Cornet tbe liver with De Witt's Little Early Risers, lit- tie pills that cure dyspepsia and con stipation. Winters Drug Co. The Ice cream social given at tbe Phoenix botel at Clayton by the Misses Jost was a grand success. One Minute Cough Cure touches the rliht spot. It also touches it at tbe right time if you take it when you have a cough or cold. See tbe point f Then don't cough. Winters Drug Co. Tbe little one-year-old child of Navor Martinez died at Clayton of wbooping oougb, alter several days of suffering. Don't Invite disappointment by ex perimenting. Depend upon One Min ute Cough Cure and you have immedi ate relief. It cures croup. Tbe only harmless remedy that produces imme diate results. Miss Ella Nugent, of San Antonio, is spending a couple of weeks with Mrs. W. R. Mitchell at Fraley, Quick in effect, heals and leaves no soar. Burning, scaly skin eruptious quickly cured by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Applied to burns, scalds, old sores, it is magical in tffeot. Always cures piles. Winters Drug Co. The five scraper teams, which have bee at work during March under E. M. Reid, wtre laid off at San Antonio. Soothing, healing, cleansing, De- Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is the enemy to sores,' wounds and piles, which it never fails to cure. Stops itching and burning. Qires chapped lips and cold sores in two or three hours. Winters drug store. F. C. Peterson and family are late residents of Springer, from Waukesha county, Wisconsin. x J. W. Pierce, Republic, Iowa, says: I have used One Minute Cough Cure in my family and for myself, with re suits 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 that presents itself." Winters drug store. Thousands of dollars are being in vested every month in mining ma chinery in Colfax county. LoU of Talk About Parks' Cough Syrup is what we desire. Everyone wbo tries this remedy, says that it has no equal in the Cure of all diseases of the throat and lungs. We know it will cure any oold and do it In the shortest possible time. You don't know this, but you will agree with us if you only try one bottle of Parks' Cough Syrup. . Sold by O. G. Schaefer. Miss Violet Littrell has been con fined to her bed at Spriogir, but she is now much better. Parks' Cough Syrup for coughs and colds. Sold by O. G. Scbaefer. Miss Maud E ison, ot Washington City, arrived in Santa Fe to take a po sition as chief clerk at Rimojia Indian school. ,. A cup of Parks' Tea at night ceanses 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. Schaefer. It is now said Rev. Beane, late Springer, is in the City of Mexico. of Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chattanooga, Tenn., says, "Shiloh's Vitalizer saved my life. I consider it the best remedy for a debilitated system I ever used." For dyspepsia, liver or kidney trouble it excels. Price, 75 cents. Sold by Winters Drug Co. Mrs. - Daniel Campbell and family moved back to their home ranch from llillsboro. Shiloh's Cure, the great cough and croup cure, Is in great demand. Pocket size contains twenty-five doses, only 25c. Children love it. Sold by Win ters Drng Co. ' Senator Nick Galles will shortly bnild a neat residence near the court bouse at llillsboro. Karl's Clover Root, tbe great blood purifier, gives freshness and clearness to tbe complexion and cures constipa tion, 25 cts 50 cts., $1. Sold by Win ters Drug Co. . 1 i-m-t Ex Secretary of the Territory Silas Alexander is now one of the gold kings of Socorro county. A.YMt AMI . I, FOR A CASE IT WILL NOT CURE, if An twsbta Laxative aMNravn Toirra Solu tiy Druggists or sent by mail. 23c-, 600. and $1.00 per paekpfre. Samples tree. YTf Yf The Favorite TOOTH fOWTZl LIU Lh V ortheXeethaod Breath,2jo. Bold by Winters Drug Co 3 mm tib mm Las Vegas, the Chief City of New Mexico-Some of Her Resources, 'Attractions and Advantages. LAS VaoiS, meaning "Tbs Meadows," Is the county seat of Ban Miguel county lies on both sides of the Oallinaa river, and, with its suburbs, has about 10,000 Inhabitants, ' It baa water works, street cars, are and incandescent electrio light plant, telephone exchange!, Territorial agricultural expert. meut station, headquarters of the Atchi son railway system, New Mexico division. together with railroad machine shops and tie-preserving works, stock yards, and tbe largest sheep shearing and dlppiog plant in tbe United States. West of the river, the old town bas tbe qaaint and ploturesque Mexican appear ance adobe . bouses, nariow, crooked streets, native people and customs, handi crafts and occupations; but tbe plaza and all of the new town, east of the river, con stitute a distinctive American city, Tbe streets are wide and well graded, while sidewalks abound, shaded with growing treesJ Three parks, filled wltb grass and trees, add to tbe beauty and bealtbfulness of tbe place. ' Handsome and well-tilled stores, beautiful residences, and innumera ble lawns, set in grass and adorned wltb shrubbery and flowers, combine to pro claim a cultured community, possessed of all modern comforts and conveniences. A city ball, three publio school buildings, court-house, Masonic temple, opera bouse. Territorial Normal school and Territorial Ineane asylum are publio buildings, con struoted of red and white out sandstone, unsurpassed in beauty by similar edifices in any town, of equal site, in tbe States. - An Academy, Seminary, Jesuit college, 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 educational advantages and facilities. Las Vswas Is the natural sanatorium of tbe United States, combining more nat ural advantages tban any other place In America. Her thermal waters are the equal, ot tbe Hot Sprines of Arkansas, while ber climate is inhbitely superior. There is no malaria, no excessive heat or cold, no gnats, rats or mosquitoes. The air Is pure, dry, rarifled, and highly elec trified a certain cure for consumption if the disease be taken in time. Tbe bot waters are a specific for liver, skin, rheu matic and blood disorders. Her Montezu ma botel is the finest hostelry between Chicago and California, and is situated in a beautiful canyon, five miles from town, wbere tbe Hot Borings, forty in noruoer, come boiling to tbe surface. Tbe latitude is about tbe same as mac oi central Tennessee, while tne altitude is nearly 8,600 feet. Tbis combination gives a peculiar, but most happy, result. In the winter, during tbe day. tbe thermometer seldom falls, in tbe shade, below forty de grees, wbile it often runs, in tbe sunshine, to sixty-five degrees or even more. On tbe otber band, in tbe summer, tbe beat is never oppressive, in tbe shade, ana no nigbt is too warm for comfortable sleep, under one or two blankets. Tbe sun will sbine nine days out of every ten, the year round. This, with tbe extreme dryness ot the air, caused by the very slight precipi tation of moisture:, tbe resinous aroma, rolling down from tbe pine-clad moun tains; tbe large amount of electricity in the air. and tbe consequent ozone, result ing from tbealtitude ; 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 of tbe respiratory organs. Tbe percentage of death from conaumption is lower in New Mexico tban it is anywhere else in the United States; and no other place in New Mexico excels Las Vegas in the salubrity of its climate. Asthmatics experience immediate and permanent relief, in this altitude. In tbe wav of health and pleasure re sorts. Las Vegas is unrivaled. In a radius of twenty miles, in romantic mountain glens and beaile babbling mountain brooks, are tbe Las Vegas Hot Springs, Harvey's, El Porvenir, Sandoval's Mineral Hill, Ro mero Ranch, Blake's, Sparks', Sapello, Rociada, and other places, too numerous to mention, wbere health can be recovered, and life becomes a pleasure to tbe ennuye, the invalid, tbe over-worked business man " Las Veoas bas two daily and dve weekly papers, three banks, two building and loan associations, three hotels, many boarding houses, nine churches, a number ot clubs, and all tbe leading civic and social socie ties; 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 ot mineral and carbonated waters; two wag on and oarrtage factories; a saddle and harness faotory; a' foundr. elec trio light plant, three planing mills, and otber enterprises ot less importance. There are eight large wholesale houses, whose trade extends throughout the Ter ritory, and into tbe adjoining sections; while the volume of this trade, and the value of the stocks which they carry, can not be duplicated west ot Kansas City and south of Denver. Three merchants' brok ers have selected the city as their distrib uting center, the amount of their yeerly sales exceeding, in tbe aggregate, tbe com bined sales of all otber such brokers in New Mexico. Tbe retail merchants, ot Las Vegas, are more numerous, and carry larger Snd better stocks of goods tban do the retail merchants of any other town in this Territory or Arizona. - , Las ViiOAe Is tbe distributing point for nearly all New Mexico. By tbe Atchison system, she bas connection witb Kansas oa "the east, Colorado on the north, Arizo na and California on the west, and Texas and Old Mexioo on the sooth. Besides these, she has more stage lines, connecting ber witb tributary territory, than has any otber town in New Mexico. Tbis territory includes tbe entire section east and south of the mountains, and comprises tbe coun ties of Colfax, Mora, Taos, San Miguel, Santa Fe, Socorro, Dona Ana, Grant, Cbaves, Lincoln and Eddy, with parts of Valencia and Bernalillo a country larger than all New England. This takes in tbe famous Valley oftbe Rio Grande, and tbe less famous, but not less exoellent, Velley of tbe Pecos tbe finest fruit sections of This Territory Is rich in everything that constitutes the Wealth of Nations. ' Iron, coal, lead, silver, gold, mica, limestone, sandstone, marbles, gypsum, soda in end ess variety and exbaustless quantities, are among the several products of the country which Las Vegas commands. Sheep, cattle and lumber abound, so that in each of these prime articles of commerce this city is the best market in New Mexico. SLe handles more wool tban all the otber towns in the Territory combined, wbile ber commerce lo hides Is truly enormous. In the same way, she stands pre-eminent for ber trade In grains, hay, vegetables, end other farm i roducts; while her trade in ice, gathered In the neighboring moon tain canyons, extends east into Kansas, west into Arizooa, and south Into Old Meiico. J. K. MAKTIM. t. M. D. HOWARD Martin & Howard, Contractors & Bailto Flan and specifications furnished free to patrons. Shop next door to Houghton's Hardware Store. eM ..WHOLE" for 10 It makes a grand parade with elephants, eagss of animals, ehariola, bands. Givea a full performance la a ring, with ring njaiiter, olown, acrobats, bareback ridere, trained doge and ele phanta, winding up with the pantomime of Humpty Dumpty. Including all the oharaoters and soenery. , . 3 Ways to Get f nMMil This Circus : t&CIia Blackwell'a Durham Tobacco Co., Durham, H.C. Snd the Clroua will be sent you postpaid. Too will find 1 coupon laideoaunil ounoe bag, ana 3 ooupone Inside eaafc. 4 ounoe bag of j Blackwell's Genuine' Durham Tobacco. Buv a bag of this Celebrated Smoking Tobacco, and read the coupon, which gives a list of other premiums and how to get them. a CtNT STAMPS ACCEPTED. ttiimiii n Kev. F. T. Bennctl, pastor of St. John's parish, Albuquerque, came up to Santa Fe to officiate at tbe wedding of Miss Sadie M. Johnson, late of Ramona school, and Jeff Gurle, of the United States Indian school. As baldness makes one look prema turely old, so a full head of hair gives to mature life tbe appearance of youth. To secure ibis and prevent the former, Ayer's Hair Vigor is confidently recom mended, lijth ladies and gentlemen prefer it to any otber dressing. j. G. Wald, formerly in the bindery business in Albuquerque, has been quite ill at bis residence on tbe High-' lands, down there, the past few days. Tbe latest results of pharmaceutical science and the best modern appliances are availed of iu compounding Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Hence, though half a century in existence as a medicine, it is fully abreast of the age in all that goes to make it the standard blood purifier. , J. W. Coleman, a well-known, old- time resident, has been appointed post master at Madrid. Tbe breaking up of the winter is a signal for the breaking up of tbe sys tem. Nature is opening up the pores and throwing off refuse. . De Witt's Sarsaparilla is of unquestionable assis tance in this operation. Winters Drug Co. Mrs. R S. Pbilpot has been appointed postmistress at Bland, rice Fletcher, re signed. A very worthy appointment. An Affidavit. This is to certify that on May 11th, I walked to Melick's drug store on a pair of crutches (.nd bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm for. inflam matory rheumatism which had crip pled me up. After using three bottles I am completely cured. I can cheer fully recommend it. Charles II. Wet- iel, Suobury, Ta. Sworn and subscribed to before me, on August 10, 1891 Walter Sbipman, J. P. For sale at 50 cents per bottle, by R. D. Goodall, Deot drug store. Dr.-W. D. Radcliff j formerly of Vir ginia, is in Albuquerque, and conlem. plates locating there in the fall. It will be an agreeable surprise to persons subject to attacks of bilious colio to learn that prompt relief may be bad by taking Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrheal Remedy. Ia many instances the attack may be pre. vented by taking this remedy as oon as tbe first symptoms of tbe disease appear. 25 and" 50 cent bottles for sale by K. D. Goodall, Depot Drug Store. ROYAL Baking Powder, Highest of all ia leavening Strength. V, S. Government Report G. . Bigot, a St. Louis attorney, who is supplying the capital to operate the tamous "Ortiz" gold mine near Dol ores, visited Santa Fe. During the winter of 1893, F. M. Martin, of Long Beach, West Va., con tracted a severe cold which left him with a cough.' In speaking of bow be cured it, he says: "I used several kinds of cough syrup, but found no re lief until 1 bought a bottle of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy, which relieved me almost . instantly, and in a short time brought about a complete cure." When troubled with a cough or cold use this remedy an .1 you will not find it necessary to try several kinds before you get relief. It has baen in the mar ket for over twenty years and con stantly grown in f tvor and popularity. For sale at 50 cents per bottle by K. D. Goodall, Uepot drug store. O. N. Marron was chosen as the com-mlt'tee-man-at-large on trie democratic central committee, at a recent meeting in Albuquerque. Colonel Grunsfeld presided at the meeting, E. L. Medler acting as secretary. -Missing Link . . . Th purchai. of Charter Oak WIHomplete'the chain. Hot Air, Hot Water, and Steam Heating. Tin Roofing, Perfection Steel Roofing. Tin and Copptr Ware, Sheep Dip Tanks, Smoke Stacks.and Heavy Sheet-Iron Work a Specialty. Pumps, Hydrants, Bath Tubs, Range Boilers, Wash Basins, Sinks, Brass Goods, and Pipe kept In stock. F.J. CENTS. 10 Conponj, or 1 Coupon and 10 cent!, or 14 eta. without any Couponsv iiXAAAAAAI M Charles E. Meredith lonf.Lt tbe property In which be is now doing business, known as tbe Clayton hoiel bar 'f Dr. S. I. North'; consideration, $ 1,800. Just now everybody is beginning to take a spring medicine. And it is a good thing lo do, provided you. take Simmons Liver Regulator ibe best spring medicine. It Is a sluggish liver that clogs the system and makes bad blood. A dose a day of Simmons Liver Regulator will make a new man out of you, and a new woman, too. Look for the Red Z on the package. It is Sim mons Liver Regulator you want. J B McPherson has a peach tree in his llillsboro ranch-orchard contain ing blossoms exactly resembling roses. Chamberlain's Bye and Skin Ointment Is unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Sore Nipples, Chapped Hands, Itching Piles, Burns, Frost Bites, Chronic Sore Eyes and Granulated Eye Lids. For sale by druggists at 25 cents per box. ' TO HOBSlToWNERS. . For putting a horse in a fine healthy con dition try Dr. Cady's Condition Powders They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure loss of appetite, relievo constipation, correct kidney -disorders and destroy wowns, giving new life to an old or over-worked horse. 25 cents per package. For salo by druggists. Rev. 1'. A. Hubbard, the presiding eldur for the A. M. E. churcb, who held services at Albuquerque last Sun day, left tbat plaoo for Triuidad. Piles, Piles riles. A sure cure for Blind, Bleed ing and Itching Piles. Dr. Kirk's German File Ointment has bured the worst cases of ten years' standing by three or four - applications. No one need Buffer ten minutes after using Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment Orir agent, Mr. Goodall, will warrant every box. Pnce fl.OO. Sold at Depot drug store Las Vegas A. S. Grant, who has just returned to Albuquerque from Los Angeles, was a guest at tbe wedding of Attorney George W. Johnson and Miss Florence Poyas, and he reports it a most charm ing affair. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world fjreuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheuiu, fever sores, tetter, . chapped bands, chill blains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give per feot satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 coots per bos. For sale by Murphey-Van Petten Drug Co., Las Vegas and East Las Vegas. ' At whole tile by Browne & Manzanares Co. Mrs. Thomas Uugbes left Albuquer que for Needles, Cal., where she will visit a few days with her daughter, Mrs. C. O. Cusbman, SolQDyO. G. 8CHAKFER. RAFAEL ROMERO. Claim Agent. LAS '.VEGAS, N. M. Indian Depredation Claims a vjpecialty. Isaac K. Hltt A Jo , Chicago. III., Bar aett, Thompson A I aw, Washington, D. 0., are associated with me In cases before tb Oourtol Claims. To your chain af health, happ'jwas and content meat may be a . . . ; . . PERFECT COOKINd APPAPATUg I rOVES THE BOWELS IN 1 ft THE MORNING fj uiMCi. TINNING ANO PLUMBING. Repairs furnished for all makes of stoves Charter Oak Stoves and Ranges. General Repairing;, Railroad Avenue, East oi Center St BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Barber Snaps. B. M. BLAUTBLT, Tonsortal Parlors, Center Street. Bon-ton, Bt. Louis, Long Branch, round senator, and round, square and box pom paaour a specialty, PAKLOK BAlUiJKB 8 HOI', Center Street, O. L. Gregory, prop Onlv skilled workmen emnlorad. Hot ana coia ontus in connection. Basks BAN MIGUEL NATIONAL, Sixth street and Grand avennt Dry eooda. I.D DlBOMERO, M. Romero, Manager, Booth Bide Plasa County Surveyor r. MKKKDITR JONK8, C ITT ENGINEER AND COITNTT SPH veyor. OUice, room 1, City Hull. - Physicians and Burgeons. O. O. OOHOOM, M. D. OrriOE TAMMU OPKHA HOUSE, EAST Las Veins. N. U. Office hours: 11 to ill, m., a to p.m., i tos p. m. DR. . M. CUNNINGHAM, TJHTSICIAN AND BUEGKON. OFFICE IN X. MalDoeut Duiiding, up stairs. B. H. SHIFW1TH, IHYSIOLANANU SUBGEON. BOS WELL, Attoroeys-at-Law. HOLV1N tARRAZOLO, A TTORtfEYS AT LAW, DKSMARAIS XV ouuaing.east side or piusa, Las Vegas, . m. las-sin FKANK 8PEINGKK, A TTOBNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, s. umce in union diook. oizin street . nan L,aa yoga., . ju. B. A. riRBB, . ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Santa Fe. N. M. (P. O. Box r.) Prac tices In the supreme court and all district courts of the Territory. Special attention given to Spanish and Mexican grant titles ana numngiiugaiion. LONG & FUST ATTOBNEYS-AT-LAW. OFFICE, WY man's block. East Las Venn, N. M. OmClAL DIRECTOR, FEDERAL. Thomas B. Cation.... Dolegate to Congress W. T. Thornton ....uovernor Lorlon Miller Becretarv Thos. Smith Chief Justice N. O. Collier, II B Hamilton, N. B. Laughlln, .Associates Felix Martinez. . .uierx (to judicial District Charles F. Easley Surveyor-General Charles M. Shannon United States Collector J B. H. Hemingway, U. S. District Attorney Eawaru Li, ri an v. o. juarsnai W. H. Loo tnla Deputy U. 8. Marshal J. W. Fleming .U.S. Coal Mine Inspector James H. Walker, Santa Fe,Reg. Land oflice Pedro Delgado,Sauta Fe....Kec. Land Olllce JohnD. Bryan, LasCruces.Reg. Land Office Jas. P. Ascarate.LasCruces.Bec. LandOtflce Klcnaru Young, uosweu.. ..Keg. Lanu Office W. H. Cosnrove. Boswell...Bjc. Land Offlca JohnC. Black, Clayton Beg. Land Office Joseph S. Holland. Clayton, Eec. Land Office TEBBIT0BIAL. J. P. Victory , Solicitor-General J, H. Crist, Dlst. Attorney Santa Fe it. I.. Younir Las Cruces ...Albuquerque Silver City Socorro , ....Baton Las Vegas ...Koswell Librarian Thos. J. Wilkersnn A. H. uarue H. M. Dougherty Geo. McOoroilrtc A. A. Jones John FranWln jose uegura w. a. wynys .Clerk Supreme Court K. H. Bervmann SuDt. Penltentlarv Geo. W. Khaebel Adjutant General Samuel Eldodt Treasurer Marcellno Garcia Auditor Amado Chaves Supt. Public Instruction M. S. Hart Coal Oil Inspector DIRECTORS OF THE INSANE ASYLUM. E. V. Long President Lorenzo Lopes Vice-President Carl W. wiidenstein bec'y and Treas. isenigno Honiara. Frank S. Orosson Dr. J. Marron Medical Superintendent Geo. W. Ward Steward Mrs. camoua oilnger Matron , COURT OF PRIVATE LAIS 0LAIM3. associate JD8TI0B8-'. Wilbur F. 8 tone, of Golorado; Thomas 0. Fuller, of North Carolina; William M. Murray, of Tennes see, Jtienry u. oiusa, ot &aneaa. Mattnew G. Reynolds, of Missouri, U. 8. Attorney. " ' CATTLX SANITABT BOARD. W.H.Jack .chairman, Silver City M.N. Ohaffln.... first dlstrlct.East Las Vegas M.S.Otero ..... sjiond Jlstrlct, Albuquerque B.G Hea( ' ...tilrd district, atrous J.F.Hlnk'.e fifth d'.strlct, Lower Penasco J.A.Laltt.e socrotaiy.Las Vegas COUNTY. T. O. de Baca Gregorlo Flores J County Commissioners ..Probate Judge v... Probate Clerk i. .Assessor Sheriff Collector uionicio jnaraner Greaorlo Varela. Patricio Gonsales Jose G. Montano. Hllarlo Bomero... Carlos Gabaldon, Adelaldo Gonzales... School Superintendent Henry Goke.... Treasurer F. M. Jones Surveyor Jesus ula. Prada Coroner . LAS VEGA8 PEEOIN0T3. Simon Aragon,... Justice of the Peace, No. 8 D. 0. deBaca ' 28 U.S. Wooster " " "39 Antonlno Zubla . " 64 OUT OF FAST LAS VESAS. F. E. Olney Mayor T. F. Clay Marshal O. B. Eurlckson .......Treasurer J. E. Moore Recorder E. V Long Attorney Dr. M. W. Bobbins Physician u. ii oiiingsworin . .. J. K. Martin B. I . Foreythe W. II. Barber E LHamblln.... 8,T Kline L. If Jffofmelster A. T. oogers ..Aldermen BOABD OF EDCCATIOH. Edward Henry.. , ... President L. l-iFort Vlce-Pre.ldent John York eecretary u. f, jcarickson Treasurer Members First ward. Alfred it. Smith. Geo. V. Beed; second ward, 'L. C. Fort, L. v. weoo; uura wura. auw&ru iienry. a . w. Kelly : fourth ward; O. V. Hed.xock. J.A. Carruth. NEW MEXICO BOARD OF nEA'.TH. W. B. Tipton, M. D., President... Lds Vegas C. S.Easterday.M D.,V-Pres... Albuquerque rrancs H.ACKin.T. si.i.,Hec. ...... lus vegaa J. H. Sloan, M. D.. Treas Santa Fe J. J. Sliuler, M. D . Baton J. M. Cunningham, M. D E. Las Vegas win figgert. ai. u oaoia.e LAS VEGAS BRICK YARD, James McLaughlin, Contractor and Builder. Quotations on Brick furnished, at the yard or in the wall. E. E. BURLING AM E'S ASSAY 0FF1CEV LABORATORY EsfaMI!icl In Colorado, 16C6. Samples by mall o: upros. will receive prompt and earvlul altuuiltm. Said a Silver Bullion u'ore,ilil Aiiriti, 1739 1 1738 Lawnaei St., Tsmn. Colo. Job Printing Ot every description executed with neatness and despatch AtthsOcticJoltes SOCIETIES. 'MONTEZUMA LODtiK KO. 22S. SEXENNIAL I K. O Seooad Tuesda at I. u. o. r. hall. K.AfJllK Ileirrlar rr.Btlna day evenlua oi each month N. B. BosinSBBT, bec'y. ' I. o. o. w. TA8 VEGAS LODGE No. i, meets every M.wuu-fV """ mv isiwi i nail, Ci A Hi trt. All Tiiitiug brethrn ar cordial? I tl IT it A.. t tnutt.nil , w , E. Cbitss, N. G. f. Mr. rtaox, Seo'y. A.O. P. W. TAIAMOND LODGE No. 4, meets first and J third Tuesday evenings each month in Wyman Block. Iiouvia. nvniin,. viMitiika brethren are cordially invited. j. tiiosnh.ll, m. W. o. W. Nonas, lieeordor t P. Biuoo, Financier. K. of P. TjlL DORADO LODGE No. I, meets at their I ' J P.ftuf t Hall In th. n .m.nt 1.1 fa- of BUth street and Grand avenue, over the San Miguel National Bank, every Thursday evenlnu. Vlaitin nmh. n. , m " - w . ... uu. m.w always welooine. , , ' . O. LAniMOKl.O, O. L. J. Marccs. K. OIB.il. D EAGLE TEMPLE, No. 1, Bathbone 81s tan nf Vaw u.tImi vw.. .... ....... .. . . M1 : w , -"." ills, mm ilrd Tuesday evening of each month, at s ?c 0lo,.B,t K- .f ? Ha'! Ettst L" Vegas, N. M. Visiting sisters or tbe order always welceme. Mas. O. K. I'khht. Mas. M. R. Williams, M.E. 0. M.ofli.0. A. F. A A. M. .0h8,mBn J.tod No. , meets first and third Thursday evenings of each month, In 1)11 A H AalrtFlt A iamnla VhnalH. w-.i fraternally tar! tod . U. MCMULLEN. W. M. Oeoiiio Rosen w aid, sec. IlAlSlllnr nnniinnaflina flwa - JBontti. Visiting companions fraternal ii. a. HOJMUBTBB, flee. T.ft.1 Vflcai IAmmaiKlorw Ha 4 tAfaa communication, second Tuesday each month 171alMni ITntavhtfl flnmUnlla w.l corned. G. A. Bothukb. E.fJ. L. H. HOFHBlSTBa. Ben. LA8 VEGAS COUNCIL NO. J, Royal and Select Masters. Begular convocation tlllrn Mrtnilar nf aa.h mnn,h a ......,.,... . ...... j wwum M.VUU... yuuLuai i , Masonic temple. qko. T. Goulu, U. A. ttUTHOBB, T.J. At Becorder. vlted to attend these bodies. Eatatera Star Rsoular oommnnloatlons seoond and fourth Thundav eTenina-s. Hiss Lizzih iowmsb, Worthy Matron, A. F. Bknkdict. WorthT Patron. Mas. Emma Bknkdict, Treasurer. All Vlaltlnc hrntliara or.,1 m.,... invited. Mas. Mattik MonKAr . Secretary . THE COLUMBIA, Three Blocks from Union Depot, 320 to 1330 Seventeenth Street, COiOKADO. AMERICAN PLAN. Prioe Reduoed to Suit the Crimea $1.50 and $1.75 Per Day. Special Bates by Week or Hon Clean, Neat, Comfortable, and Be speotable. Especially desirable for families and ladies traveling alone. Electrio Light, Elevator, Baths, etc. Cable cars pass the hotel for all parts of the city. R. M. Poree, Mgr.' CAVEire. COPYRIGHTS, eto.i For Information and free Handbook write to HUNK Sr. CO., 861 Broadway, New York. Oldest bureau for securing patents in America. Every p&tcnt taken out by us Is brought before the pubU-3 by a notice given free of cliarge In tad Larccst clrculntlon of any wlenUflo paper 'n the world, fipiendldly Illustrated. Ko Intclligenft man anouia oe without It. w x-ear: tlJBO six months. Address. Weeklr. i..1.M) "SgiiiJiHEBH, 361 llroadway. Hew Vorlc City. Address, MUNN CO Ifyou use the Prtaloma Incubator, a Brooder Make money while others are wasting time by oldprocewee. Catalog tells all about it, and dt icril.es every article needed lor tni poultry Business. The "ERIE" mechanically the bcstC .wheel. Prettiest model. we are Pacific Coast a Atrents. Bicycle cata- logue, mailed free, gives p fulHeaerirjUon, prices, etc., aoentS wasted. E m,AHJMAIHCrjBAT0RC0.,retalnma,CaLk Br anch Houbb, S3I 8 Main St., Los Angeles. aissBBassasMaBBBMmaanwal PER WE ESI Of elthet sex, any 3ge, In any part of the countrr, at the employment which we furnish. You need not be away from borne over night. You can glvo yourwhcletlmetothowork,orohlyyoursparo mo. menL. As capital is not required you run no risk. Wo 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 fails to make more money every day than can be made In three days at any ordinary employment. Send for free book containing the fullest information. H. HALLETT ; CO,3 Box 830,' . PC3TLAND, MAINE. jr Solentiflo American h- Agency fora JJ)J VT TRADE MARKS. lyluSJ.li AfB r.t.i ... B j9 040 FOR V7ILLIUG WORKER