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THE- DAILY OPTIC, East Las Yeff:w. Now Mexico, SAN MWUEL C03HTI. )3 l Extracts from Our Exnnantfes.l L ngford J.ihnson was Id Suoorro to attend tbo grand JJry. II n. Frank W. Parker loft Hillsboro f ir Socorro oa legal tuainuss. U. 8. M-irshal Hill was to Sooorro from Santa Fe, last week, atteudlng OvUrt. K V. Monroe, of Sooorro, was oon. fined to his bud Quite sick a part ol list week. , Hobert Soott'i rich strike In the Sherman" mine at Hil'sboro is bold. in out well. Born to Mr. and Mrs. E1 II. Weloh, of Hillsboro, a daughter. Many friend congratulate. Thomas Dorsey of S icorro, has re Mil ,vod to tbe old llowlson retlJenoo in ljwer part of town. Emery C'omsiock, from Sun Marcial, h at Socorro, alteudiog court and serving on the jury. Interpreter Sisneros, from Ltnooln county, is at Sucorro attending court in bis official capacity. V. 11. Loomis, the eflloient deputy IT. S. marshal Is at Socorro attending Ualted States court. Gforge II. Utter, of Silver City, is at Hillsboro selling sewing machine supplies and doing well. ( The Graubio smalter is working steadily at Kelly and is turning out its regular q-io:u of bullion. About 2 500 head cf cattle were ebipped last week from Doming. This includes no Mexican cattle. Daniel Delhi, of White Oaks, was rn S icorro lust week, having been subpoe naed on tbe U. S. petit j lry. A LimJsey bas moved into the house next to i be house now occupied by Thomas Doreey, at Sooorro. The Doming Congregilional oburch is being repainted inside. Thomas Hudson is superintending tbe job. James Ilannigan , is liavinz soma inside repairs done on his residence at Doming. Mr. Hedrick is doing tbe work. United States and Territorial district courts convened at Sooorro Monday, May i, with Judgo Hamilton on tbe bench. Tbe Monroe houao at Socorro, with R. W. Monroe as its proprietor, Is now one of the best hotels iu southern New Mexico. Oa Tu"Bday last the Socorro grand jury within two hours after it was era paoelel, brought into . court three in diotments. The Deming band will probably give a social bop on their new plat form on tbe Molgate lawn, Saturday night, May 16 b. Tbo Clemow find, sometimes known as tbe '-Irish System" made a ship- .... . . ,r merit ot high gra'ie ore to ine iveny smelter from Socorro. Sunt. McDonxld of the Hillsboro and Milwaukee company bas some men at woik driving a cross-cut tunnel for the Eureka" vein at Hillsboro. Yung Mi, a Chinaman, who was running the St. LmU restaurant in Dealing, died and the remains were taken to Silver City for burial. Sim Holstein delivered last week at the Deming stock pens over 1,700 bod of N A N cuttle. These cattle were shipped to eastern pastures. At tbo "Trosper" mine, Hillsboro, riirach Sr, ThoniDson 8re sinking on a twelve inch vin of ore that ruus from threo to five ounces guld per ton. John D Q'laokenbush and wife, who r fhu mist' onar have made their borne bt the Woodland orchard, left Lis Cru ces fir their home in Patterson, N. J. Lee Terry was in Sooorro last Sat urday. ' tie is about resuming woik . tm a nore fxensive scale than ever before on his gold mines at Water Cauoa. ,,1-The present terra of the Socorro cotnty district court has a large dock et to clean up on account of there be ing no money f ir tbe last Deoember term of court. The IlDmestake-Tiippe"-lessees 1own,-at Hillsboro speak' well of that property, saying that it is a sure thing for expenses with good chances of liiaking money .'; . ' f " ." JJen Sanchez, of Polv'adera, and one o tbo prominent and well known citi zens f that part of the county is fore liiaVbfthe territorial grand jury in JSocorro c lunty. . JvVarly nil tbe members of tbe Lit tle Tycoon" opera company were prog wit at Orchestrion hall, Albuq'ieiquei tXHturday evening, where they indulged in a social dance. , "'. 'An iron railing has been put around the hade trees in front of the St. James bolel, at Deming, which adds ' very materially to the appearance of , .that famous hostelry. John It. DeMier came down . from lf.rtrln in La9 Cruces. and expects, in a lew davs, to no down to Anthony and telievo tbe station agent down, there, vvbo will take a lajtifi for the suuimer. J. Fawson Smith, formerly of Dem- inc. is tbe euzineer in charge of Col Locke's proposed railroad from Juarez, nod the El Paso pipers spi'ak in very ' riiinuliuientarv terrai of Mr. Smith's bility. T!e "Wicks" mlno working force has been consideraoly reduced, down lut HHUboro. pendiD2 the arrival of the ir.ew tnacuioeiy, and in view of impor tant changes contemplated in the ys- tm and sjooe of miniri?. fin iipxr. Friday eveninji fit Perkins hiU. Albmiueique, the pupils of Mis n-wiiidn in Itsoion -school will engage o.nn;tilkn for the Demorest silver .Al i ir the best noeru on probibi ion 'fii niutiieal SHlecti ins will be in Eng. . i ah. while ilia epeakmg ana reoiung Vill bu in Spanish, ' A'r Motrii Freudenthal, who, fo 4 be past month, hM been with her bus Ivmd, i i aoioroonviiie, jni'ut '" d to L-w Cruces, and will remain till ' jvxt wek with Mrs Ph. Freudenthal. Hbe expec's ta leave on Wednesday for Nw York, and wilt sail for Berlin May . JO'.b, expecting to be absent a jear. fciijiiiraiffti CANCER CURED -AND A LIFE SAVED By the Persistent Use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla "I was troubled for years with a Bore on my knee, which several physicians, who treated me, called a cancer, assuring mo that nothing could be done to suvo my life. As b last resort, I tvas induced to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and, after tak ing a number of bottles, the sore began to disappear and my general health improve. I persisted in this treatment, until the sore was en tirely healed. Since then, I se Ayer's Sarsaparilla occasionally as a tonic and blood-purifier, and, in deed, it Beems as though I could not keep house without it." Mrs. S. A. Fields, Bloomfl eld, la. ' . ; AYER'S The Only World's Fair Sarsaparilla. Ayer's Pills Regulate the Liver. On account of- the iuterior of tbe Methodist church receiving repairs, such as papering, painting, eta., there ntre no services yesterday- Free Pills. Send your address to H. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills.' A trial will convince you of their merits. These pills are easy in action and are particularly cff'Ctive in tbe cure of Constipation and Sick Headache. For Malaria and Liver troubles tbey have been proved invaluable. They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by tbair action, but by-giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the system. Regular size 253 per box. Sold by Murphey-Vafi Tetten Drug Co', drag stores, Las Vegas and East Las Vegas, at wholesale oy urowne Manaanares Co. Socorro is throngod with people, who are there attending court. i m - ' Your Boy Won't Live a Month. So Oilman Brown, of 34 Mill street, South Gardner, Mass., was told by the doctors. His son bad lung trouble, following typhoid malaria, ,and he spent $375 with doctors, who finally gave him up, saying: "lour ooy won i live a month." He tried Dr. K.iug'8 New Discovery, and a few bottles re stored bim to health and enabled him to go to work a perfectly healthy man He says be owes his present good health to the U3e of Dr. : King's New Discovery, and knows it to be the best in the , world for lung trou ble. Free Trial Buttles at Mur- pbey-Van Petten Drug Co's ,Las Vegas and East Las Vegas, and at wholesale by the Browne & Manzanarcs Co. A phonograph is now one of the at tractions at Fischer & Co.'s drug stort in Santa Fe. eucklen' Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world fjreuts, bruises, aores, ulcers, salt rheum.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 feet satisfaction or money rerunueu. Prioe 25 cents per box". For sale by Murnhev,Van Petten Drue Co., Lai Vegas ana Jfiast Las vegas. At wnoie iilo by Browne & Manzanares Co. The Browne 'lacztuares oompany are sending truinload after trainload of goods from Socorro to Ltqooin county. -. ( . Ministers Should Use Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. ewHEEE KO PROFESSION. whose t labors so eererely tax the nervous sys- tern, as that of tliorpinlstry. Thede rangement of tbe nerve centers ot the brain by over work, frequently bilugs ouattiwlM ot heart ti-ouble, and nervous prostration, Eev. J. P. Kester, &f. Pastolf U, g. church, London Mlils, I1U., binuse!? pbysl clan, writes Fob. 20, 1895: "Heart affeotloa and nervous prostration had become SO serious last fall that a little over work in the pulpit would so completely prostrate mo v. M51PC that it' seemed certain I Ul. 1U11C4 must relinquish tbe work TTMrt Plire ot tne mlnUtry entirely. Uflll vuiw Heart palpitation became ReStQreS o bad that my auditors it Zt. would ask me If 1 did not Hmil.M hare heart disease. Last Hovfl)b l cominBB4 tsfelPK Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure alternately t-k fl Wcf Kervlue and derived tba refttcst possibi? benefit. I have Just closed revival work pf 10 woeks, preaching nearly every nignt ana twice on the Sabbath. I can speak for hours FltllOUt suffering as I formerly did. Hard srorklttg ministers should , keep Dr. Miles' grand remedies on band." -,, f - Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Is sold on guaraqtoe, first bottle will benefit or money refunded. to Trinidad to visit frlebds. . . m 4 i Did you ever think bow readily the blood is poisoned by oonbtipatlonP Bid blood means bad health and premature old sge. DeWltt's Little Early Kisers, the famous little pills, overcome obsti nate constipation. Winters LmgCo. A son of Carmel Olguin cut bis foot qu'et seriously at Dona Ana, while cut ting wood. Eczema is a frightful uttliotion, but like all other tkln diseases it can be permanently cured by applications of DeWltt' Witch Hazel Salve. It never fails to cut-a Piles. Winters Drug Co. Th3 Convent school, of Las Cruces, had a piooio last weik out west of that town, and bad a very pleasant time. : One swallow does not make Spring, but one swallow of One Minute Cough Cure brings relief. Winters Drug Cc. Alex D. (loldenberg was a passenger from Lbs Cruces to El Paso. Young mothers dread the cummer months on account of the great mortal ity among children, caused by bowel troubles. Perfect safety may be as sured those who keep on hand De Witt's Colio and Cholera cure, and ad minister It promptly. For cramps, bil ious colio, dysentery and . diarrheal it affords instant relief. Winters Drug Co. Mrs. Ginn and son, sister of O. L. Soott, arrived in Silver City from Los Angeles, Cat., on a visit to ber brother. One minute is tbe standard time, and One Minute Cough Cure is tbe stand ard preparation for every form of cough or cold. It is the only harmless remedy thit produces immediate results Win ters Drug Co. ' R Herudon left Silver City for Den ver, and his old borne iu Virginia. He expects to be gone several months. In tbo spring a young man's fancy lightly mrns to thoughts of DeWitt's Little Early Risers, tor they always cleanse the liver, purify the blood, and invigorate the system. W inters Drug Co. Mr. Daumont and family left Las Cruets for an extensive trip through Mexico. They expect to be absent two or three months. Don't fool away your money buying worthless remedies, wbich are war ranted to cure every disease. Hemem br that DeWitt's Sarsaparilla is a blood purifier and blood maktr. Win ters Drug Co. Mrs. P. J. Montgomery arrived borne at Raton from a several weeks, visic to Kansas City. Her daughter, Mrs. Sommers remained there. Mrs. R. De Young, Middloburg, la., writes: 'I have used One Minute Cough Cure for six year.", both for myself and children, and I consider it the quickest aO'.ing and most satisfac tory cough cure I have ever used." Winters Drug uo. Hon. J. F. Ruffuer, county commis sioner, returned to his Raton home from a four days'" speolal meeting of the board at Springer. DeWitt's Sarsaparilla cleanses the blood, increases the appetite ana tones up the system. It bas benefited many neonla who have suffured from blood r --r-- , .... , ,r:..,. reorders. It Will neip you. muio.o Drug Co. ' J. M. Martinez, of the lower Ponil, has moved into Raton. ' When fevers and other epidemics are around, safety lies in fortiTjmg tne .ntam niih Avfr'a Sarsaof.rilla. . A DtViU ' J - person having thin and impure btooa lain h moat favorable condition to catch" whatever disease maybe float ing in the air. Be wise in time. Mrs. Mary R ssa died suddenly at Santa Fe. A stimulant is often needed to nour ih .nrf strengthen the roots ana to keep the hair k natural color, r Hall llair Renewer is the best tonic for the hair. ' S Spitz, of Santa Fe, has presented his little dauffbter. Mary, with a hand some bicycle of the Monarch pattern - Piles, Pllee rues. A sure cure for Blind, Bleed inc and Itching Piles. Dr. Kirk' German Pile Ointment has cured the worst cases of ten years' standing by tVroo nr fonr anrjlications. No one need suffer ten minutes after usinp Dr Kirk's German Pile Ointment Onr agent, Mr. Goodall, will warran every box. rnce si.ou. omu Depot drug atom Ias Vega Miss Effie Mfur pleasantly enter tained the pupils of tbe fifth grade of tbe publioDhools at her noma inurs day evening. OhamberlsJ&'a Eye and Skin Ointment Is unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Sore Nipples, Chapped Hands, licning iura, V-j Chronic Sore Eyes and G ranulated Eye Lids. For sale by druggists at zo cents per box. TO H0B3B OWNERS For putting a horse in a fmo healthy con dition try Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, f bey tope up the system, aid digestion, cure loss of appetite,, relieve constipation, correct kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving new lite to an oiu or !irBf!ui cents per package. For sale by drupgisis. E. A. Fiske, was oonHned at borne, in Santa Fe, all last wetk, on account of an ir jury to his eye. He hopes , to be out in a few days. A child was cured of croup by a dose or two of Ayer's 'berry Pectoral. A neighbor's child died of the same dread disease, while tbo father was getiing ready to call the doc'.or. This kbows the necessity of having Ayer's Cherry 'Pectoral always at hand. Mrs. J. M. Dioz, of Santa Fe, bas gone to El Paso for a visit and a much needed change among; southern friends. IS LOCALITY Las Vegas, the Chief City of New MexicoSome of Her Resources, Attractions and Advantages. Las Vioas, mfenlnir "Tbe Meadows," is tbe county seat of Ssu Miguel eouuty, lies on both sides of the Galllnat river, and, with its suburbs, bas about 10,000 inhabitants. It bat water works, street cars, sro and IncaudeBoent eleotrio light plant, telephone exchanges, Territorial agricultural experi ment station, headquarters of the Atchi son railway system, New Mexloo division, together with railroad maobine shops and tie-preserving works, stock yards, and the largest sheep shearing and dipping plant in tbe Cnlted States. West of tbe river, tbe old town bas tbe quaint and picturesque Mexican appear anceadobe houses, narrow, crooked streets, native people and customs, handi crafts and occupation; but tbe p'aza and all of tbe new town, east of the river, oon stitute a distinctive American city. Tbe streets are wide and well graded, while sidewalks abound, shaded with growing treeB. Three parks, filled witb Brass and tree", add to tbe beauty and bealtbfulness of tbe 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 hall, three publio school buildings, conrt-bouso, Mat onic temple, opera house. Territorial Normal school and Territorial Insane asylum are publio buildings, con structed of red and wbite cut sandstone, unsurpassed in beauty by similar edifices In any town, ot equal size, in tbe States An Academy, Bmlnary, Jesuit college, Convent school, Presbyterian Mission school, Methodist manual truinlng school, Christian Urotbeis' Institute, City high school, throe graded publio schools, a klu dergarten, a commercial school and two music tchoolSjbesides several private teach ers, are among tbe educational advantages and facilities. Lab Veoas is tbe natural sanatorium of the United States, combining more nat ural advantages than any other place in America. Her thermal wattrs are the equali of the Hot Springs of Arkansas, (vbile ner climate is iuflultely superior. There ib no malaria, no excessive beat or cold, no gnats, rats or mosquitoes. The air Is pure, dry, rurifled, and highly elec trifieda certain cure for consumption. If the disease be taken- In time. The hot waters sre a RDeoino for liver, skin, rDeu- matic and blood disorders. Her Montessu nm hntHi In the finest hostelry between Chicago and California, aud is situated in a beauctrui canyon, nve nines uum &uwU, where tbe Hot Springs, forty In number, come boiling to tbe surface. Tbe latitude is aoout tue same as iuhi ui central Tennessee, while tne altitude is uearly 6,500 feet. This combination givfe neculiar. but most nappy, result, la ine uiintflr. durinz tbe day. the thermometer seldom f nils, in tbe shade, below forty de grees, nniie it oiten runs, in tut) buusuiuc, to slxty-ilve degrees or even more. On tbe other band, in tbe summer, tbe heat is ever oppressive, in tne shade; ana no igbt is too warm for comfortable sleep, under one or two blankets, lde sun win hine nine days out or every teo, tne year round. This, with the extreme dryness of (be air, caused by the very slight precipi tation of moisture ; tbe resinous aroma, rolling down from the pine-clad moun tains; the large amount of electricity in tbe air, and the consequent ozone, result ing from thealtitnoe; ana me location ui me town, land-locked by mountain and mesa these sll conspire to produce an atmos- n'narn U'htnh IH & DQlOl to B II QlSeaBBS Ol me rsflrnrni rv umidub, auo ,j . ....... - . ...... 'I ' V. tia.n.Titaira nt Hn.,h fmm ronsumDtlon is lower in New Moiicn than it is anywhere else in tbe United States; and no other place in New Mexico excels JUas vegas in me saiuurny of its climate. Asthmatics experience immediate and peruiauer-t relief, in this altitude. in the wtv or nesuu unit iiiensuic i o sorts. Las Vegas Is unitvaled. In a radios glens and besMe babhlir g mountain brooks, ore the Las Vegas Hot Springs, Harvey's, El Porvenir. Bjndoval's Mineral Hill, Bo- rr.pro Uancu. rilalie's, . aparas-, oapeuo, Kociado, and other places, too namerouB to mention, where health can be aecoverea, and life becomes a pleasure to the ennuye, the Invalid, the over-worked business man. f .a virnAQ has two oauv ana ave weoitiy papers, three banks, two huilding and loan associations, three hotels, many boarding houses, nine churches, a number ol cluns, and all the leading civic and social Bocie ti38; a roller flour mill, capacity, fifty bar ,.,i nor Huv two wool-scourinn establish meots, cleaning 1,500,000 pounds of wool nmifiiiir a wall.eauiDued brewery and bottlinic estimiisnmeui; a mnuuiotiuiji v nit tarbnnated waters: two wag on anrl carriage factories; a saddle and h..na fHRtnrvt a lounoi eiec trio light plant, tnree planing rums. dh nih.r mtHrnrisea of less importance. There are elgnt large wnoiesme uuusoo, whose trade extends through; ut the Ter ritory, and Into the eafjiuing sections. wblie toe voiurne oi im 'iur, ou value of the stocks wbich they carry, can not be duplicated west of Kansas City and i.ou!h of Denver. Three merchants' brok- k... apntil the city as their distrib uting center, the amount or tneir yearly sales exceeding, in the aggregate, the com- uin.s ttnir.H nr a i otner Bucn urom iu New Mexico. Tbe retail merchants, of Las Vegas, ate more numerous, and carry larger and belter biocks oi roous mu the retail merchants of any otber town in ti,ia Terrirnrv nr Arizona. . Las Vboas is the distributing point for nearly all New Mexico. By tbe Atchison vhtein. she has connection with Kansas nthiMit. Colorado on tbe north, Arizo na and Clitornia on the west, and Texas and Old Mexico on tbe sooth. Besides these, she bas more stage lines, connecting her with tributary territory, than bas any otber town In New Mexico. Tbis territory includes tbe entire section east and south n( ha mountains, and comprises tbe coun ties of Colfax, Mora, Taos, San Miguel, K.t F. Socorro. Dona Ani, Grant rhvRB. Lincoln and Eddy, with parts of Valencia and Bernalillo a country larger than all New England, This takes in th tSnSXHH 2 eTiu a:r-"T" S',lSSxnn Wianmin Pni r.,rhiV.."iri ess variety ana exnaustiess quaiiuiien, it-t-- .v... . 8,1 e among the seyerel products oi tue country wh eh Las vegas .commands. pneep. catue ana luuiucr iuuuu, jo each of these prime srtlcls of conimeice this o.ty Is the best market in New Mexico. 8 be bandies more wool than all the otber towns in th Territory combined, while ber commerce in hides is truly enormous. Iu the same way, she stands pre-eminent for her triae in grsins, hav, vegetables, and other farm products: while her trade in- Ice, gatbwed in the neighboring moun tain cannons, extends east into Kansas, we-t la to Arisona, and south into Old Mexico. J. K. MAB'IIH. 1. M. D. HOWARD Martin & Howard, Cosir actors S Eaiiaea plant and specifications larni3hof tree to patrons. Shop next door tc Bougblon's Hardware Store. '"A THE BEST SPR! iEDiGINE s Simmons liver regulator. Don't .orcet to taue it. Mow is the time vou need it most to wake tip your Liver. A sluggish Liver brings on Malaria, Fever ana Afiuc, Rheumatism, and many other Ills which shatter the constitution and wreck health. Doa't forget the word REGULATOR. It Is bIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR you want. The word REG 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 vour system mnv he kept in good condition. run mm ui.uw lane simmuns LIVER REGULATOR. It is the best blood purifier and corrector. 1 ry it and note the difference. Look for the RED Z on every package.' You wont find it on any other medicine, and there is no other Liver remedy iikc oimamjns livuk R EG ULATOR-the Kir.2 of Liver Remedies. !e sure you get it. J. II. Zcilin & Co., rMIiidoIrdiln, Pa. The Paik House. Ls Vre-as Hot Seringa. N. M. We still bave a few choice rooms latt for tbpsa wbo come onily. The mo-,t popular home at tbe spring . Mr. liJD nruion, late irom he eat. bas eliarae or the kitchen; fvery- tblug Is prepared in best ot style. Kates, H5 cents per meal Severi dollars per week. Table supplied with the best the niaikct offorris. Kooras by the day, 60 tj 78 ceuts, J3.00 to $0.00 per week. ASF.3. 1S.ATJS UENS1B, 148-tf Manager. Summer Mountain Resort. The El Porvenir mountain resort will now receive guesis mr ine Bummor. The most pictur-squ9 sc:nery in America, One fishing and hunting. Bast of hotel ac commodations in New Mexico. For terms for board and lodging, apply to ine no mero Mercantile Co., Las Veyas. Carriage eaves tuoir store, soutnwesr corner oi me plaza, every Saturday aud Tuesday morn ing at S o'ciocir; rare ior ine rouou irip, For fnt ther Information-, call at the above tablbment. autr. To Health-Seekers, The Blake Ranch, on the bead of the Klo Hopello, is now prepared to recaive a limit ed number of boarders. This ranch is located In the heart of the mountains, amm the most beautiful scenery in tbe world, where brook trout and wild game offer ample diversion for the nioirod or anyone seeking out-door sport, ft Is looated only twenty-five miles from Las Vegas, and within eight miles of the Rio Pecos, and only three miles from the headwaters of tne 1110 uaiunas. aaareis, Artrlrnan Mrs. J. P. Bla'te. Roclada, or In quire for conveyances and rates of W. K. Crites, iiass Lias vegas, a. m. ; i , r . olars, . Booiada, N. M. T7-tf 1 Th ree Opinions: "Tfie CHICAGO RECORD is a model newspaper in every sense of the word. Ilarrisbmg Pa.) Call. 4 'There is no paper published in America that so nearly approaches tho true journal istic idea! as The CHICAGO RECORD." From "Newspaperdom" (New York). "I have coma to the firm conclusion, after a long isst and after a wide comparison with the journals of many cities and coun tries, that The CHICAGO RECORD comes as near being the ideal dally journal as we arc for some time likely to find on these mortal shores, "r- Pro. J. ' T. Hatfield in The Evanston (111.) Index. ?, ;. " . Sold by newsdealers everywhere and subscriptions received by all postmasters. Address' THE CHI CAGO RECORD, 181 Madisoifsi, f I J Q The lecorah iiovement ! 1 fir .;: ' ! Estimates, Specifications . . Water Pices and Well casing giB8rt Mil Col tf II II I llllilll llll. M 111U AUXAl WW, Diamond Bri'nding I Wheels, Attachable to Any Sswing Machine. iL'-.-'Tr-it -, -r.i-'L.LJ . i . I.J. rJj Wtl'liorion, Wil.y '& Root are f ush-j ing win k at a lively fate on the "Mouu tain Kir(f" extension of tbe "Wicks" uiii.e at llillttcio. 'Jbiy have a Hoc ainitk of oio In ihe rjptr drill andaro r.ow oponicg up tLe lower tunnel for furthtr developnient. Mr. I), I'. Davie, a prominnut livery in a u and merchant of fiosben, Va., hhs this to fay on tbe sulject of rlieu rcatifui: ! lake pleasure in recom mending Ckauiberlain's l'aiu lialro for iheuuiaiitru, aa I know from personal eiperieDce that It will do all that Is claimed for it. A year ago this spring my bioihtr was laid up in bed with ibflarumatory rheumatism and suffered lntense'y. The first application of Chamberlain's Polm I! aim eased the pain and tbe use ot one bottlo completely cured him. For Bale by K. V. Gotdall, Depot Drug Store. Tbe Deming band bag made arrange ra nti to use tbe Holgate lawn In giv ing open air concerts this summer. A large platform will be constructed, In sections, so that those wbo may feel inclined to dunce by the light of the moon may bave amplo opportuni y. NERVE-LIFE THE Great RESTORER Restores perfect neaitn, vigor ana manhood and re moves all obsta cles to marriage. Restores tho entire nervous stem and stops all vital losses. Re moves effects of tbe sins of youth and ex cesses of later years. Removes all effects of dissipation and re pairs all waste places.' Cures Insomnia and ' restores refreshing sleep. Cures Im potence and restores full vital power.! Cures all wasting . diseases and restores development to allparts of the body, t NERVE-LIFE Is the only purely scientific treatment and affords relief from tbe first day's use. It removes the cause and assists nature to effect a Cure. Cures guaranteed. Special discount to physicians. i Our new trea.lse on Nervous Diseases, Miubood, its Loss and Kecovery, mailed free in plain scaled wrapper for two 2 cent stamps. Mention this paper. Scad SOc. for Trial Treatment and be Convinced. NERVE-LIFE MEDICAL CO., KALAMAZOO, MICH- Las Vegas Roller J. U. SMITH, Prop'r. Location: Un the hot springs branch rail way, East Las VeguB, New Mexico. BRAN, FLOUR, GRAIN AND FEED. Your Patronege Solicited (Patented) is - oonstructrd with roll an! tram that litts 60 per cent, more weight with sme power than wrist pin and pitman, as used n alio her mius. i ous, ten foot wheel of an ordina ry mill is reouired. we put in in 8 foot wheel of the Decorah ind guarantee results. Com- plete plants with tower, tana, pump, and water service, erected on easy Installment Payments, If desired. Furnished Without Charge CHARLES BLAHGHAR9, Agt. ' Las Veoas. N. M Just the thing for grinding knives and tcissbrs. No dust, no water. . Keen as diamond. Cnt In on.. o,l,1,.QCC ,? post prepaid, for 836 uive name oi oew ' ini; Machine Chas. Trambley, AGENT, Las Ttgas, N. II, '.mi (UTSINEA Harbrr HUur. li. M, BLAUVHLT, TonSOrtal Parlors, Canter Street, Bon-ton, 8t. Lonls, Long Branch, roond senator, and round, square and box pom padour a specialty. PAliLOU BAIU1KB SHOP, Center Streot, O, L. Oregory, Prop. Only skilled workmon employed. Hot and cold baths In connection. Bank BAN MIGUEL NATIONAL, Blztb street and Grand avenue Dry Goods. I.D sa ROMERO, M, Homero, Manager, , Bouth Bids Plana County Surveyor. r. MEKEUITH JOKES, ((lTY ENGINEER AND COUNT! veyo. office, room 1, City Hull. SCR- Pbyslctans aud 8urteoii. o. o. uoriiom, m. t. OFFICE TAMME OPERA UOUSE, EAST Las Vegas, N. M. Office hours: 11 to ua. m.,1 to 4 p. ui., 7 ton p. m. DR. J. 11. CTJMNINUHAIM, SHY8ICIAN AND BURGkON. OFFICE IN Malboeut building, up stairs. a. h. HeiPwiTn, PHYSICIAN AND 8UKGKON. BOB WELL, N. M. Attorn cys-at-JUaw. nOLtl.tN ft LARBAZOLO, ATTOKNEY8 AT LAW, DK8MARAI8 bulldlng.eastsldeol plasa, Las Ve-ae, N.M. lSi-8m FRANK SFltlNUiitt, ATTORNEY AND OOCNBKLI.OR AT LAW, Office in Union block, S'xtli stiett, EuttLas Veils, N. M. B. A. riRBK, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAV Knnta ire. N. M. (P. O. Box F.l Prac tices In the supreme coart and all district courts ot tne Territory. Special attention given to Bpaeian ana mexicaa sreui giui and nilnlnulltlgatlon. LOSO & FOttT ATTOBNEYS-AT-LAW. OFFICE, WT man's block, East lasVewtS, K. M. Plumbing. j. d. icurz. HE.VTISG AND VESTIL4T10V by !!8am, hot water and hot air. &war and (Uulnaso. East Las Vegas, II. M. OrflClAL 01 RECTORY. . FEDERAL, Thomas B. Cation Delegate to Congress W. T. luornton Governor Lorlon Miller Secretary Thos. Smith..... OblBl Justice N.O. Collier, ) .laa; iMoclot1 O. I). Bants, J Felix Martlnes.. .Clerk 1th Judicial District in.orlna v. Raslnv Rurvevor-General Charles M. Shannon United States Collector 1 11 ll.lieminKWUJf,U. B. lIBUiH-.iaiwjitrej 1.. Hail U. 8. Marshal W. II. Loomis Deputy it. 8. Marshal J W Fleming ,.U. 8. Coal Mine Inspector lama, if . vv alker. Santa Fe. Hon. Inn office Pedro Leigaoo,?saiim e. ... nw, muu uixii.-e JohnD, Bryan, LasCruces.Beg. Lanrtuttlie Jas P. Ascarate.Las Cruces, ttec. LanrlorHce niohnf.i Voiine.ttoswell.. ..Reg. Land Office W. II. Cosgrove, Boswell..,R?c. Land Oiflce John C, Slack , Clayton Keg. i,aua once Joseph 9. Holland, Clayton, Hec. Land Office TESRITOMAL, J . r. victory , .Solicitor-General i u f-Tinf, rust. Attorney.. .Hants Fe ft". L. Young ' - - fas Cruces Thos. J. Wllkcrsin " Albuquerqne 4. H. Home oiji.i viwj H.M.Dougherty Socorro Geo. McOorailf " ... anion a. A. .ones " Las Vegas John Franl-lln "... ...Boswoll JOSe segura mu,Gi ,au W a Wylijs ....Clerk Supreme Court E.'h. Bergmann Supt. Penitentiary nn w Knaebol.. Adjutant General iamnel Eldodt Tieasurbr Marcelino Garcia , , . . . . . ..Auditor iaiarto unaves ouvi. ruuiic imu kuuj . S. Hart uoai un xnspecroi .'DIRECTORS OF THE INSANE A3YLUM. B. V. Long President Lorenzo Lopez Vice-President Carl W. Wlldensteln aoc'y ana rreas. B9nlgno Komero trauns. urossoa .. ..... nr. J. Marron Medical Superintendent Geo. W. Ward Steward Mrs, uameiia winger uiauuu C0UBT OP PRIVATE LANS CLAIMS. Joseph B. Heed, ot Iowa, Chief Justice. ASSOCIATE justices Wilbur F. Stone, ol Oolorado; Thomas O. Fuller, of North Carolina; William M.-Murray, of Tennes lee; Henry O. Slues, of Kansas. Mittnew G. Reynolds, of Missouri, U. 9. attorney. , ' " CATTLX BANTTARY BOARD. w TT Jii.-k chairman. Stiver City M.N.Chaffln.. . .first district, East Las Vegas M.S.Otero i"3Tond llstrict, Albuquerque B G Heae". ...third district, watrous i ir iimtln fifth d'.striot. Lower Penasco j.A.LaKue. seoretary.Ltts Vegas 00USTT, it n rlo nana Gregorlo Flores County Commissioners Gregorlo Varela Probate Judge Patricio Gonzales Probate Clerk lose Q. Montano Assessor Hllarlo Romero Sheriff Carlos Gabaldon Collector Adelaldo Gonzales.. .School Superintendent Henry Goke Treasurer F. M. Jones , Surveyor Xesus ula. Pruda Coroner LAS VEGAB PRE0IN0IS, stmnn .rjgon... .Justice of the Peace, No. B 1, 1 AaKarg ' His.'wooster " " Antonlno Zubla " " " , 6 OUT 07 FBT U8 TE0A8 F. E. Olney T. F. Clay . Mavor Marsbal Treasurer Recorder Attorney Physician O. B. Karlokson. rfc, y j.ongi. rDr. M. W. Bobbins. J. K. Moore. O. H Mltngsworth . J. li. Martin B. . Iforsythe.. W. U. Barber ... E h. Hamblin , ( .Aiaerrr.en V 8. t mine L. II Uofmelater . A. T. aogera , BOASD 0 DOOATIO. Kdward Henry... president L. .. Fort Vice-President John York Secretary O. P. Earlckson Treasurer Memdkbs First ward, Alfred 3. Smith, Qeo.V. Reed; second ward, L. C. Fort, L. D.Webb; third ward. Edward lienry. H. W. Kelly; fourth ward, 0. V. Hedcock, J.A. Car ruth. HEW MEXICO BOABD OF HBAVTH to t Tir,i-nn r. r. .President. ...Las Veeas G .'fi.Easterday , H D. ,V-Pres. . .Albuquerque Francis H.Atainj, m.ii.,oec....o,.i,o J. H. Sloan, M. D., Treas eania r e Win. Eaert, u. u t t ahui.r m n Raton J. M. CunninKham, M. D E. Las Vegas E. E. DURLIWCAME'S IW OFFICE' Tj laboratory fio!d a Sittet JiinilBBX"V" AdlWJ I.V3S UTrtiiet K., Imn, Cole. Job Printing Of every description executed with neatneai and deepatch Aii&e Ottic JotHosins SOCIETIES. MONTKZLiMA LODGE NO. 928. CJKiKNNI at l.O. O. 1' OA!. I B.ACl -I eielr utttlna 1 'I UHdlui tVHilLM of each nicjntC 1' . ball. It. J. HAMILTOa, Prss. N. ). UOSBDKEUI, B.IC'V. I. O. O. F. J- A8 VEGAS LODGR No. 4, meets sverr JMoiiuuy evening at their hall, Slxtn street. Ail vlsltliig brethren are cordially Invited to attend. ' ... W. E. Crites, n, G, F. W. Flick, Sec'y. A. O. V. TV. DIAMOND LODGE No. 4, meets first and third Tuesday evenings eaob month In Wyman lllock, Louglas avenue. Visiting broiuiuu are uoruially lnvltua. J. XliOhMllLL, M. W. G-o. vv. Noriss.ltooorder Zf Diazoa.FluaiielHr. K. of P. Tj,L DORADO LODGE No. 1, meets at their XLiCaktlu Hall in the Clement block, corner ot Mlith street and Grand avenue, ovar th San Miguel National Bank, every Thursday evening. Viaitina meiubitra nf tl, nirfni ira always wolo line. L. J. Marcus, E. ok K. 4 B. DKAGLE TEMPLE, No. 1, Kathbone Bis tors of New Mexico, nuwti tlrt nnd third Tuesday evonlng or each month, at 8 o'clock, at K, or r. nail, Kust Ls Vegas. N. Vlsltlnit sisters or the order always UBS. O, E. 1'KBHT, War.UMS, ji. sl, 0. M. OIU. 07 welcome. Mas. M. B. A. If. & A. SI. tl.lrU Thursday evenings or each month, Iu the Masonic temple, visiting brethren are fraternally Invued. j . jm cmullik, W. at. CSCKIO ROSINWAIO, See. Las Vegas Roval Arch Chanter. Mo. a Regular convocations, lint Monday In each month. Visiting companions fraternally Invited. j, a. clabk. K. h. P b. ti. HOVMBISTKB, Sec. Lns Vegus Oommandery. No. 1. Begnlat communication, second Tuesday eacli oionin couioa. Visiting Kjulxhts cordially wel- G. A. IIOTUOKB, E.G. HoFMElBTEB. Kwl. L. 11. I" AS VEGAS COUSCTL NO. 2, Royal and joelect Masters, Kegular convocation tun d Monday ot ecb month, sanctuary In Masonic temple. fa no. A', uould, U. A. BUTHOKB, T. J. id lt'.icorrter. Masons visiting tbe cltr are cordlalli ylted to attend these booies. B astern Star Regular oomincnieatloos seoond and fooith Xharsday evenings. Miss Lizzies Bowitsu, Wortny Matron, A. F. LSiNNbicr. Worthy Patron. Slug. 8hma Bunkdict, Treasurer. AH visiting brothers nnd sisters cordially Invited. Mas. Mattik Mdruat, Secretary . RAFAEL ROMERO. Claim Agent. LAS VEGAS, N. M. Indian Depredation Claims a Specialty. Isaac B. Hltt A Oo , Chicago, 111., Bur Oett, Thompson & I aw, Washington, D. 0., are associated with me In cases before the uourtot Claims. 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