JUL, UAIUI uriiwi
1 .gj gJte Wltfl
Inst Ln9 Vegas, New Mexico,
SAN MIGUEL COUNTY.
irf.fo. given dv
I Extract! from Our Exr.haneeg.l
IUrs. Codd, a former well-known
nud fnvoritu teacher Id Hip Raton pub
lie schools, was visiting friends la that
JJlftOO. , .
Mrs. Simon Stern and baby left Al
fouqnerque for Socorro, where he will
visit friends and relatives for a few
Dr. Kennon returned to Silver City
from California, where he has been
upending; the winter . to benefit bU
Mrs. Anna VV. I) i vis and two errand
children, Kvlyn and Winnie Shuler,
returned to - Raton from Colorado
Scarlet ' fever has about abated in
Raton. There are no new cases, and
those afflicted are baring it in a very
Lost or stolen; A chock on the
First national bank of Raton, payable
to t. Truii o. for 91
James Carrutbers, of Sao Pedro, is
, ruuon elated over the action of the
court, in setting the day for final hear
lag June Belt. .
; There will be o fair fruit crop in
Coltfx county, this year, unless some
fa !ii re migfortuno overtakes the pres
: ent splcudid outiook
A s! a line from Raton to Cim
- arron, Llizubetbtown and Hematite
would be u good thing for Raton, as
: well as the mining camps.
The Eastern Star lodge, of Silver
City, gr.VD a reception, at the residence
of J. J. Kelly, as a farewell to Mrs.
Iloufer, who left for Uanver
H.'P. Smith, who has been a health'
seeker at Mrs. liusbV, left Santa Fe
for a two week' stay at Dr
Mountain house on the ripper Pecos,
13. F. Davis,- manager of the Albu
querque opera house, received a tele
gram from Morrison's Faust to cancel
engagement. Closed season at Lqs
Kditor Buall, of the Cerrillos Bustler,
has been trying to master the art of
biking, and if reports are true, he lias
his arm in a sling and both eyes are
Sedgwick Post Ko. 2, of Raton, de
partment cf New Mexico G, A. - R.,
are making arrangements for the ob
servance cf tii o hallowed day to all
John Seaton, jr., and Tbeo. Bryan,
vf Atchison, Kinsa9,who were on their
way to Arizona, to purchase cattle,
tuopped off in Hiton to visit Mr. and
Mrs. John Fisher.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Wilton and the
children left San Marcial for Los
Angeles, Gal. It n the intention of
Mrs. Wilton to remain there about a
vear, for health reasons.,
Miss Grioo Briidejvood Wa'ker",
Silver City's accomplished young vo
calist, assisted by local iBtnicians, gave
Iter second entertainment in Morrill
opera house, down there.
Judge W. C. Heacock, who was
called to Sun Automo, Texas, to de
fend one of Albuqueiq'ie's Chinese
merchants, who was in danger of be
ing deported, has returned home.
"The Meaning of Decoration Day"
will be the topio for the preaching ser
vice, to-morrow morning, in the Meth
odist church, at Riton, and in the
evening, "The Biybood of Jesus." .
There is being a suspension foot
liritfge constructed across. Bullard
street from the Exchange to tbe bank
building, down in Silver City. It is
about twenty feet high and five feet
The A. O U. YV. lodge of Silver City
organized a lodgofor their sons.daugh
ters and wives, called Degree of Hon
or. Fifty seven persons applied for
membership and were taken as charter
members. , . , .-. ; .
Albuquerque loses one cf her most
scholarly nnd efficient teachers in tbe
person "of Miss Flournoy, who has
Accepted a position in the high school
nt Kirkwood, Missouri, as teacher of
Tbe historic fonda, the Exchange
hotel, Santa Fe, is getting to be a
veritable Gretna Green for the mar
riageable folk of Colorado. They ran
in there over the narrow gauge and get
the knot tied in short order.
" jauies Lijrbtfoot, the printer who
has been suffering so long with the
rbf umntisn', left Las Cruces f r Santa.
Rrsalia, in company with John Shry.
ock, hoping to be benefited by the
waters of the famous springs.
The Omaha Herald, of Sunday last,
contains an elaborate article on Capt.
Jack Crawford, New Mexico's poet
fcout. On Saturday night next Capt.
Jack lectures there for the benefit of
the G. A. R. Memorial day fund.
'Lessons Learned as the Fool
Learns, or Anecdotes from a Poor
Man's University," is the title of a
very interesting lecture to be delivered
rt Morrill hall, Silver City, next Tues
day night, by Rev. C. L. Bovard.
T. A. Whitten, of Albuquerque", who
has been connected with the Singer
, dewing machine company for the past
sixyars, has resigned, and Is now a
partner of W. W. McClellan, in,the
real estate and insurance business down
there. ' .. ,. '
Dr. Chas! Philpolt, formerly of
Rntcra, tut now of OUumwa, Iowa, Is
Suffering with blood poisoning, sus
tained whiln Resisting in a surgical
operation His life is despaired of,
and, tven should he recover, be will
loso his right arm.
Messrs Hale, Pardee and Zinsser,
three of the best players- of the Santa
Fe base.ball r!nb, are in Albuquerque,
and will rrtuain ever, 'lot the purpose
of taking part in a game ' at tho fair
grounds nexc Sunday afternoon, be
tween two sirorg picked nines.
Geo A Herman, of Albuquerqie,
the piano salesniin, brought a fine in
alrument to San Marcial, a few weeks
rgo. It is now the properly of Mr.
and Mrs. Ed. Worrell. Another in-truir-eni,
less costly, was also gold
and delivered by bim, down there,
fcomplete Recovery by tbe the of
"Borne years ago, an o rosult of too
oluse attention to. business, my health
failed. , J becumo woalc, nervous, was
unable to look utter my interests, and
manifested all the gyiiituiug of a do
cllne, I took three bottles of Ayer's
Ottrsapnriiia, beun to improve at once,
l'cdro CCafclU U UHoUsIf III Willi
Did yob eVor think how readily the
blood is poisoned by constipation? Bid
blood means bad health and premature
old age. DeWitt's Little Early Riser,
llie famous little pills, overcome obsti.
nate constipation. Winters Drug uo.
Ernest and Ora Sperry have opened
a blcyole shop on Saunders avenue,
opposite the ltevovter otllee, up at I
,1' ' SbK)f'"
. ,T yij
Eczema Is a frightful gittiotion, but
like all other skin diseases itoanbe
permanently cured by applications of
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It never I
fails to cu'a Piles. Winters Drug Co.
s Sit-.-- ?e&3,&.
r- ' , , t ,
Nsnt kiii Atu'i it m wnn't nh
i Simmons Liver Regulator. Don't
meet to take It. Now is the time vol
need It most to wake up your Liver. A
Jag. Welsh went to SDrinirer from
Raton to put in first-cluss running siuggisn Liver brings on Malaria, l ever
shape tbe stationary engine in
Springer cement works. '
One swallow does not make Spring,
but one swallow ol One Minute Cough
Cure brings relief. Winters Drug Co.
A number of small boys sadly dls
graced themselves at tbe M. E. church
I services, at Raton, Sunday evening,
by their outrageous conduct.
ana Krailiif.il" 'ccd my wcljfht from
one hundred and twenty-five to two
luiiuired pounds. Slnco then. I nnd m
.family havo used this medicine when
needed, nnd we are all in the best of
Iiealth, a fact which we attribute to
Aycr s Sarsnpiirilla. I believe my chil
dren wouiii iinvo been fatherless to-day
nan it not ocen for Ayer's Sarsanarilla.
of which preparation I cannot say too
inucn.' -II. o. Hissojf, Postmaster and
I'lanter, Kinard's, S. C. ' .
RECEIVING MEDAL AT WORLD'S FAIR.
AYER'S Pills Save Doctor's Bills.
Xoung mothers dread tbe summer
months on acoount of tbe great mortal
ity among children, caused by bowel
troubles. Perfect safety mav be as
sured those who keep on band De
Witt's Colic and Cholera cure, and ad
minister it promptly. For cramps, bil
ious oollc, dysentery and diarrheal it
affords instant relief. Winters Drug (Jo.
,he I and Ague, Rheumatism, and many other
IMS WHICH SllilLlCI U1C LOIlSlllUtlOn aUO
wreck health. Don't forget the word
Regulator, it is Simmons liver
Regulator you want. The word Reg
ulator distniKuishei It from all other
remedies. And, besides this, SIMMONS
liver Regulator is a Resuiator of th
Liver, keeps it properly at work, that vour
system may be kept in good condition.
FOR THE BLOOD take SIMMONS
liver regulator, it Is the best blood
purifier and corrector. Trv it and note
the difference. Look for the RED Z
on every package. You wont find it on
rtiiy ouier mcuicine, ana mere is no oilier
Liver rcmedv like Simmons Liver
REGULATOR the Kingof Liver Remedies.
Be sure you get it.
J. II. Zollin & Co., riUludelpUia, Po.
Am'a 0nr.pRrilla ttjjvj the tt
tfilordlnary distinction cf having beeri
tna only blood purifier allowed an ex
hlbit at the World's fair, Ctlcagoi
Manufacturers of otbet Sarsaparillaa
sought by evoiy means to obtain
showing of their goods, but they whre
all turned awny under tbe application
cf tbe rule forbidding the entry of
patent medicines and nostrums. The
decision of the Woild's fair authorities
In favor of Ayer's Sarsaparilla was in
(fleet as follows: "Ayer's Saisaparilla
is not a patent medicine. It does not
belong to tho list of nostrums. It Is
here on its merits "
fi Jinmm ti-r-' in""J"-.1 I !
Las Vegas.'the Chief City
or New MexicoSome
of Her Resources,
Dr. Kaslordny, of Albuquerque, was
called to IV i into, and there is a rumor
ail ml in that city that a fine biby buy
was born to Dir. and Mrs. trai.k A
A Valuable Prescription.
Editor Morrison, "of Worthineton
Ind., ''Sun," writtg; "You have a val
uable prescription in Electric Bitters,
and I can cheerfully recommend it for
Constipation and Sick Headache, and
Las Vos, meanlnir "The Meadows."
la tbe county teat of Ban Mlgoel countr
lies on both sides of the Galllnai rlrer,
and, with Its suburb!, baa about 10,000
It baa water works, itreet cars, aro and
incandescent electric light plant, telephone
exchanges, Territorial agricultural expert.
meat station, headquarters of the Atchl
gou railway system, New Mexioo division,
together with railroad machine ghopg and
tie. preserving works, stock yards, and the
largest sheep shearing and dipping plant
in the united States,
West of the river, the old town bag tbe
Bon-ton, 8t. Louis, l,ong Branch, round
aeimiur, una rouna, gquarg ana Dox pom-
pituuur a apeciaur.
V"""1.'"' J-KAt.iiKTlifc(,Biar umetlna
I, ,. 1 1 . u
all. o. o. ;
N. B. Ro.a.BHr.Blic.I:A,,,LT0"' FrM
PAIU.OU IlAIUJEU 81I01
O, L. Gregory, Prop.
only skilled workmen employed. Hot
uu uuiu uniui in connection.
I. o. o. r.
Li "OAS LODGIC No. i, meotg gv.rv
Mpndar evening at their hall Hlith
atreet. Af rlaltlnir brethren r. J..,.f.t,!!
invited to attend. "
y. ruci, Seo'y
A. T. Kcoibs, N. G.
Miss Mary Stephenson went up to
Raton from Las Vegas, to attend tbe
closing exercises of tbe Raton schools.
One minute is the standard time, and
One Minute Cough Cure is tbe stand
ard preparation for every form of cough
or cold. It is tbe only harmless remedy
thtt produces immediate results. Win
ters Drug Co.
Iter. J. M. Coudert, the popular,
Catholio prlsit of the Bernalillo parish,
visited Albuq'i3rqii3. ,
as a general 8)Stem tonlo It bag no1ualul Da piciuresqub Mexican appear
equal. Mia. Annie Stehie, 2625 Cot- ance adobe houses, narrow, crooked
taire Grove Ave , Chioago, was all tun I streets, notlve people and customs, baud!
down, could not cat nor d gest food, crafts and occupation?; but tbe plaia mod
bad a backache which never left her OI lno new own, east or the river, oon-
and felt tired and weary, but six bot
ties of Electric Bitters restored her
health and renewed her strength
Prices 50 cents and $1 00. (Jet a bottle
at Murphey-Van Petten Drug Co's.
drug stores, Las Vegas and - East
Las Vegas, at wholeBaJe by Browne
& Mauzanares Co.
Hon. W, A. PEFFER says:
. ''Letters from Jimtown is full of
practical thought on the leading issue
of the hour." ,
Hon, R. P. BLAND gays?
"Interesting and valuable
ne to see it in tlie bands
voters of this country,"
of alt the
miss meine jacEson. an accom
Sparks' plished elocutionist, will give an en
tertainment at tne Methodist church at
ttaton, the 29th Inst. .
The Burns brothers, of Raton, have
received several sacks cf fine looking
ore from two of their claims at Hem
atite, the Savage" and Columbia.1'
In tbe spring a young man 'a fanoy
lightly turns to thoughts of De Witt's I
LHtle Early Kisers, tor they always
cleanse tho liver, purify the blood, and
Bucklen'g Arnica Salva.
Tl I, . 1 i j . .
xuo ucau saire in ills worm UT CUES. ,u
hriilcaa Inroa ulnar, .nil .It.nm t I
sures, tetter, cnappea nanas. cnui.
biains, corns and all skin eruptions.
and positively cures piles, or - no ' pay
requireo. xt is guaranteed to give per
feet satisfaction or money refunded.
f rice zo cents per box. For sale by
l. .T . . n -
tuurpnej-van xetien wrug jo., Laf
Vegas and East Las Vegas. At whole
sale by Browne & Manzanares Co.
Meedames Frank Janes and George
Norton suffer from la grippe in Silver
Mrs. George F. Crary left Albu
querque for southern California, wbere
she will probably remain during the
summer montns. .
Don't fool away your money buying
worthless remedies, wbich are war
ranted to cure every disease. Itemem
b.T that DeWitt'a Sarsaparilla is a I
blood purifier and blood maker. Win
ter Drug Co.
How to Treat a Wife.
From Pacific Health Journal.
First, get a wife; second, be pa
tient. You may have great trials
and perplexities in your bus
iness," 'but do not, there
fore, carry to your borne a cloudy or
contracted brow. Your wife may have
trials, which, though less in magnitude,-1
may be bard for her to bear. A kind
word, a tender look, will do wonders
in chasing from her btow all cbudg of
gloom. To this we would add always
keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in tbe house. It is the best
and is sure to be needed, sooner or
later. Your wife will then know that
you really care for her and wish to
protect her health. For sale by K. D.
Goodall, Depot drug store.
Mrs. J. A. Bell and daughter, Miss
Mary, left bilver City for Los Angeles,
uai., on a seven months' trip.
Mrs. li. DeYoung, Middlnburg, la.
writes: "I bave used One Minute
Cough Cure for s;x years,- both fori
myself and children, and I consider it I
tbB quickest as ing and most satisfac
tory cough cure I have ever used."
Winters Drug Co.
Fayette Gillespie, of Raton, attended
the meeting of tbe cattle outfits at tol-som.
A. Clauson arilved at Raton from
Hematite and will leave soon with a
stock of merchandise for that prosper
ous camp .y, . : u ;
'For every quarter In a man a pocket
there are a dozn uses; and to nse each
one in such a way as to derive tne
greatest benefit is a question ever; one
must solve for himself. We believe,
however, that no better use could be
made of ono of these quarters than to
exchange it for a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
DeWitt's Sarsaparilla cleanses the
blood, increases the appetite and tones
no the system. . It has benefited many
people who nave suffered, from mooa
disorders. It will help ycu. Winters
Lawrence and Marion- Blackwell
have recovered from their recent ill
ness, up at Raton.
One of tbe best evidences that Ayer's
Hair Vigor is an article of exceptional
merit is the fact that the demand for it
is constantly increasing. No one who
uses this incomparable dressing thinks
of trjiug any other preparation for tbe
hair. ' ..' . .' :".
"When prices fall below coat tho load of debt can not be floated.,''
Letters From Jfmtown
Dy WILLIAM DANA WILCOX.
This book purports to be a scries of litters from a Clitrnrrn innrtmH.-t hn
is t.'iking a vacation at his old home, Jimtown. Tlicse litters tell how the peop.
ie of Jimtown were converted to silver b a serii s cf i nppchM .mH mrhctnno
trguments, all of which are faithful v reported. The book is illustrated with a
iozen or more outline cuts, after the Older of "Coin," and closes with what is
j illcd "The Bimetallisms Creed." It will probably becu-.r.c very popular as a fi gg
ltl iuuiv. iitua Jivtft xf rsf. '
'Letters From Jimtown" 1 B new baok Just cut, published by Charles H,
r & Co., 56 Fiftli Av., Cliloa ro, 111.', a coin- of which has readied our desk.
.ts pages contain a knock-down argument and pluce the gold standard policy in
t ridiculous posit'on. We take this method of tlianklnrj the publishers for the
ivelcome iutle book Our Pofiiilist,
Letters from Jimtown" presents the monev cincstlon so plainly that even
he simple minded can thoroughly comprehend tho theories advocated. ' It is
written in a style that plcaes the readar and dciila esuscialb' with the doctrine
. : t- r. j.i "
iincc i,ui'.iiiL'c. j. 4 naevetmcHi,
It bandies the money question in a masterly manner and it is done in stich
a way a to be iiitercstine in every letter The writer of the litters visits Tils
old home in the country to regain his health, lie describes ton chum the
cnanges tn;U have occurred since he formerly lived on a farm near jimtown
..111 II . ! il ..i.ij 1 1 1 . 1 x
viuugc. tit; tves uic y iciu iniu prices or raiu cumjiui eu wiui tui mer years ana
ihe opinions of the farmers in regard to the causes of svxh chfjiigQ, Ppijtififtl
meetings are held finj hg I'epPl'tS the spfaksr?. Turjff, gold basis, contraction,
"honest moncv." ail come in fon tiolico and each position is argued in earnest to
give all available argument in support of the position. The book is wel written
and it covers seemingly every argument put forth by the money sharks fo 0)9,
ceive tne people. 11 snpuia De in every reiorm upir. picage rtinmr, mei
Villi;, MTU- - r
Price 2j cent3, post paid. Address this office. . '
stitute a distinctive American city. Tbe
streets are wide and well graded, while
sidewalks abound, shaded with growing
trees. 'lUree parks, filled witb grass and
tree?, add to tbe beauty and bealthfulnesg
of tbe place. Handsome and well-filled
stores, beautiful residences, and Innumera
ble lawns, set in grass atd adorned with
shrubbery and flowers, combine to pro
claim a cultured community, possessed of
all modern comforts and conveniences,
A city hall, three public school buildings,
court-bouse, Masonic temple, opera bouse.
Territorial Normal school and Territorial
Insane asylum arg public buildings, con
strutted of red and white eat sandstone,
unsurpassed in boauty by similar edifices
in any town, of equal sice, in tbe States
An Academy, Seminary, Jesuit college,
Convent school, Presbyterian Mission
school, Methodist manual training sobool,
Qbristhvn Brotueis' institute, City high
school, tbree graded publio schools, a kin
dergarten, a commercial scbool and two
music echcols,beside8 several private teach-
ersvare among the educational advantages
Las Vegas Is tbe natural sanatorium of
tbe United States, oombining more nat'
ural advantages than any other plaoo In
America. Her thermal waUrs are the
equal of the Hot Swinsg of Arkansas.
while ber climate is iotlnltelv gunei-ior.
Tbere is no malaria, no exeesg'ivo heat or
coid, no gnats, rats or mosquitoes, Tbe
air is pure, dry, rarifled, and highly elec
trified certain cure for consumption, if
tbe disease be taken in time. Tbe hot
waters are a speciHo for liver, skin, rheu
matic and blood disorders. Her Mootesu-
ma hotel ig tbe finest hostelry between
Chicago and California, and Is situated in
a beautiful canyon, five miles from town,
where the Hot Horlnes. forty In number.
I corns boiling to tbe surface.
I be latitude is about tbe same as that ot
I central Tennessee, while tne altitudu in
nearly 6,590 feet. This cqmbinaticin (fives
a peculiar, but tliost happy, result. In the
Winter, ductus: the day, the thermometer
I seldom falls, io the shade, below forty de-
KIDBS, wuiiD unci, inns, 114 ,m UQauiUB,
to sixty-Qve degrasa or even mare. On
the other band, in the summer, tbe beat ig
never oppressive, in the shade, and no
night is too warm for Qomfortabla sleep,
under on a or two blankets. Tbe gun will,
shine nine days out of every ten, tbe year
I round. This, witb tbe extreme dryness of
tbe air, causud by tbe very slight precipi
tation of moisture; tbe resinout aroma.
rolling down from the pine-clad moun
tains; tbe large amount of electricity in
toe air, ana use consequent ozone, result;,
SAN MIGUEL NATIONAL,
Blxtb gtreet and Grand avenue
A. O. IT. IV.
WVSffiWJi :''.m" "
Wvmnn ii7.,.i, r "'-"" tt.i;u uioniQ m
n 'ocx, louKla avenue. Vlsiua
brethren are oordlallv invit,rt
J. TllOBKHiLL, M. W.
p n.ni, SM0,W.' "ovitg.lieooraer
r, Hiaxoo, inane ler.
. D DB ROMERO,
M. Bomero, Manager,
Bouth Bide Plaga
r. HKKEDITH JONES,
ENGINEER AND OOUNTt
Olllce, room 1, City Hall.
Physicians and Surgeons.
o. v. OOKUON, M. D.
OFriOK TAMMK OPERA UOUSE, BASf I
Las VeKas. N. M. Office hours: 11 to
uu. m.,uotp, m.,7 to b p.m.
UK. J. M. OUMaiHGBllI,
fjHTSICIAN AND SURGKON. OFFICE IN
M. maiooeui ouumng, up glairs.
B. H. SKIPWI'IH,
TDHTSICIAN ANU SURGKON , BOSWKIi,
HOI, VAN LABRAZOLO,
ATTORNET3 AT LAW, DR8MAHAI9
bulidlnK.east side of data. Las Veiraa.
a 1-rnpwirv ivn nriTTVutry t en, i,pi xr
- uuicu an umun uiul-k. b:xlii itreei.
hub j utka vejisa, n, ju .
B. A. "INHE,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Santa Fe. N. M. 1 P. O. HoxF.l Prac
tices In the gupromo court and all district
courts of the Territory. Special attention
given to Spanish and Mexican grant titles
ana miningu ligation..
. LONG & FOHT
ATTORNKYS-AT-LAVf. OFFICE, VTl
man's block, East LagVegrig, N. M.
K. of P.
ot Sl.th gtreet and tiranT avenue oVi? tt.l
L. J. UBCg. K. o?it?LBI,,0B"' - '
D'E2lsf tvk"p;i?io- .? si-
welcome"'18 "Ln fl!"vi
Mg. M. II. WllLUMS. uvh
M. of A. A O.
A. W. A A.M.
Chanman inrt Wn . . .
OEonio Ros,NWAlUJ;secfCI'LK"' W' M
um verag Royal Arch Chantnr ion a
mouth. Vlsltn,, 00, nTn ?'K,,"lfS2
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u. n. HonMisTXB, sec.
Lag Veirag OnmmnnilAi. 4 n .
communicriticin . X ' ""e."'"
month Vlaliln'i v-h" ""J'" "BC.U
cnmnil , : wsi.
cornea. u, a. UnTH,iv h r
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w. ItOTIIOKB. miU
HBIOllI Vllttlno tv,. .1.. ..
vlted t) attend tSeae bodies. tora,BU ,n"
Re&arwl0M 89000,1 """our
Mi's LlZZm Itnwu.n n... - ... .
A v nt....r, """"J' matron.
m'h. 2S-.DiCT- Wn"hy Patron. ,
iiliJ,l,ltlnibro.t.,ler8a'na slterg cordially
Invited. Mag. mattie Mdhkat. snri7
. - j
J. D. KLTIZ. ,
TEATIVO AND VEVTIT.ATIOV htr atnam
Xl hot water and hot air. Bwar and
drainage. Last Las Vegas, K. M. .
bomasB. Cation..,. Delegate to Consreaa
W. T. Thornton..... Governor I
LXirion miner Heeretarv
Thos. Smith Chief Justice
LAS VEGAS, N. M.
ellx Mai tlneg.
InrUan Depredation Claims a
Clerk itb jadlrlol nintrint
Charles it. Shannon United states Ooliur.tor
U. B. District Attorrsy
Edward L. Hall u. s. Ma-anal
W . U. Loomls Deputy U. 8. f arshal
J. W. Fleming ...U. S. O-alMlne inspector
James H. Walker. 8aDta Fe.Ue". am offlr-e
Pedro Delgado, Santa Fe Hec. Land Offlce
JohnD. Bryan, LasOruces,Ueg. Landomce
Jan. P. Ascarate,LasOruce,Reo. LandOHIce
Klchanl Younn.Uoswell.. ..Reg. Land Office
W. H. Cosgrove, RoswelI...Rjo. Land Office
Jobn C. Biack, Clayton Reg. Land omcs
Joseph S. Uolland.Olayton.Kec. Land OHloe
J. P. Victory , Solloltor-Genoral
,i,',aav.tt- Hltt ? -t Chicago, 111., Bur
I1". Thompson & i aw Washington, bfo .
Tbe Club House base ball boys1
Aanno at Sittror rtilv ' arfta ihn flvnnt. of I
,.,. . " "I
meaicmc mat every larnuy tne season. , ; ' - i
should be provided witb. For sale by
K. . Cjroodall, fiepot Drug btore.
Flit, Piles' rile. p.
sure oure for Blind, Bleed
ne and ltchinir rues. ui. . hitk-s
German file Ointment has oared the
worst cases ol ten years' standing by
three or four applications. No ont
Howard lteno, one of tbe substantial
cattlemen of tbe Dry Cimarron, was in
Katon to meet some " cattle shipped
fiom Grant ctunty by W. H. Jack,, to
be pastured on eastern Colfax county's j aee(j gaffer ten minutes after using
racge. - . I Dr. Kirk's German FUe Ointment
Onr agent, Mr. Goodall, will warrant
everv box. Pnce $1.00. Sold at
Ministers Should Use Depot j
Dr. MUes Heitrt Cure.
Tbe Trinidtd band and orchestra
gave a concert and dance in Htton.
Ohaicberlaln'a Bra and Skin Ointment
v Is unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, Salt
Blieum, Scald Head, Sore Nipples, Chapped
Hands. Itching Piles, Burns, Frost Bites,
Chronic Sore Eyes and Granulated Eye Lids.
For sale by druggists at zo cents per Dox.
TO HORSE OWNERS.
For putting a horse in a fine healthy con
dition-try I)r. Cady's Condition Powders.
They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure
loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correct
kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving
new life to an old or over-worked horse. 25
cents per package. For salo by druggists. .
"The CHICAGO RECORD is a model
newspaper in every sense of the word."
flarrisburg (Pa. ) Call. ,
' There is no paper published in America
that so nearly aoproaches the true journal"
istic ideal as The CHICAGO RECORD."
From "Newspaperdom" (New York). '
" have come to the firm conclusion, after
a long- test and alter a wide comparisqt
with the journals of many cities and coun
tries, that The CHICAGO RECORD comes
as near being tho ideal daily journal as we
are for some time likely io find on thesQ
mortal shores." Prof. J. T. Hatfield in
The Evanston (III.) Index.
Sold by newsdealers everywhere aid descriptions
received by all postmaster?. Address THE CHI
CAGO PFCOKT). IRt Nndizox-sL '.
grsrAHEIiE 13 NO PROFESSION, whose
t labors so severely tax tho nervous sys
tem, as that of tbe ministry. Tbe de
rangement of tbe nerve centers of the brain
by over work, frequently brings on attacks
of boart trouble, and nervous prostration.
Kev. J. P. Kestcr, M. D., Pastor U. B.
church, London Mills, Ills., blmsolf a physi
cian, writes Feb. 20, 1895: 'Heart affection
and nervous prostration bad become so
serious last fall that a little over work in
the pulpit wonld so completely prostrate me
Xr M?1C' tha lt eoemed certain I
VI. IViiIti must relinquish the work
TTr"irt Plirfi ot th0 ministry entirely.
, v" Heart palpitation became
ReStOreS bad that my auditors
TT would ask mo Hi did not
xie3.1lU have boart disease,' Jast
November I commenced taking Dr. Miles'
New Heart Cure alternately with Dr. Miles'
Nervine and derived tho greatest possible
benefit. I have Just closed revival work of
10 wockrj, preaching nearly every night arid
twice on tbe Sabbath. I can speak for hours
without suffering as I formerly did. Hard
working ministers Bhould keep Dr. Miles'
grand remodlos on hand."
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure is gold on guarantee,
first pottle will bnoat or money refunded.
C. F. Rera8berg & C., cf Eaton,
shipped two wagon loads of supplies lo
A. L. Wooster, a prominent citizen
of Osseo.'Mich , after suffering excru
ciatingly from piles for twenty years,
was cured in a short time by using
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, an abso
lute cure for- all fkio diseases. More
of this - preparation is used than ail
others combined. Winters Drug Co.
W E. - Walsh and wife and Miss
Julia Watson 'left Albuquerque for an
extended eastern visit.
Be sure to gel Simmons Liver Reg
ulator for your spring medicine. It's
the old reliable tbat did tbe old folks
so much good,' Don't let anyone per
suade jou to take
steed. You can alw
Liver Regulator by tbe red Z on tbe
package. Don't forget tbe word Reg
ulator Simmons Liver Regulator
better than anything else, and sure to
do yon good.
1 .; 1
"Sri . V
... . 1 if
n. i mm
(Patented) is ciBzfruchd
wiib roll anl tram that lifts
50 -per cert, more weight
with sime power than wrist
pin and pitman, as used in
ill o-ber mills. I bus, where ' are among tbe
i ten foot wheel of sn-ordina- J country wbich
. -ii : a u I - ...
y mill IB ivquireu, no pui 111
ii 8 foot wheol of the Decorah
nd guarantee results. Com-nU-te
plants with tower, tank,
pump, and water service,
erected on easy
anything else in- Estimates, Specifications Furnished Without Charge.
a3s tell bimmonsi n, r...
water fipes ana wen casing.
jjotnfli Winflinill Co., ""SflK
nitfrom tbealtitude: and tne Icioationof tbe
town, land-loclfe4 by luoumaln and mesa
these ail bonsplre to nroduse an atmosi
phere which is a halm to all diseases of tbe
respiratory organs. The percentage of
death from consumption is lower la New
Mexico then it ig anywhere else In the
United States) and no other place in New
Mexioo excels Las Vegas in the salubrity
of its climate. Asthuiatlos exnerienoe
immediate and permanent relief, in this
In tbe way of health and pleasure re
sorts, Las Vegas isumtvaled. In a radios
of twenty miles, in romantic mouDtain,
glens ana Desi ie tiaoiaing mountum oreoks,
are the Las VeSft Hot Spriutta. Harvey'g,
U Porvgnir, Sandoval's Mineral Hill, Ro
u,ero Hancii, Blake's, Sparks', Sapello,
Eoeluda, and other laces, tuo numerous
to mention, wbere health can be reoovered,
and life becomes a pleasure to tbe ennuye,
tbe invalid, the over-worked business man.
Lab Vegas has two daily and Ave weekly
papers, ttree banks, two building and loan
association?, three hotels, mgrjy boarding
houses. Line churcheq, a uqmber of clubs,
and all the leading civic and suoial socie
ties; a roller ffour mill, capacity, fifty bar
rels per day two wonl-scouring establish
ments, cleaning 1,500,000 pounds of wool
annually; a well-equipped brewery and
bottliug establishment: a manufactory of
mineral and carbonated waters; two wag
on and carriage factories; a saddle and
harness factory; a foundi. elec
tric light plant, three planing mills,
and other enterprises of lees importance.
There are eight large wholesale houses,
wbose trade extends throughout tbe Ter
ritory, and into tbe adjuioing sections;
while tbe volume of this trade, arid tbe
value of tbe stocks wbich they carry, oan
not be duplicated vest of Kansas City and
sou' b of Denver. Three merchants' brok
ers bave selectod tbe city as their distrib
uting center, tbe amount of their yearly
sales exceeding, in tbe aggregate, tbe com
bined rales ot an otner such nrokers in
New Mexico. Tbe retail merchants, of
Las Vegas, are more numerous, and carry
larger and better stooks of goods than do
the retail merchants of any other town in
this Territory or Arisen,
LAS Vegas Is tne distributing point (or
nearly all New Mexico. By tbe Atoblson
system, she bas connection with Kansas
on tbe east, Colorado on tbe north, Ariso-
na and California on the west, and Texas
and Old Mexico on ibe south. Besides
thi se, she bas more stege lines, connecting
her witb tributary territory, than has any
other town in New Mexico. This territory
includes tbe entire section east and south
of the mountains, and comprises tbe coun
ties of Colfax, Mora, Taos, Han Miguel,
Santa Fe, Socorro, Dona Ana, Grant,
Cbaves, Lincoln and Eddy, witb parts of
Valencia and Bernalillo a eountry larger
than all New England. This takes in tbe
famous Valley oftbe Rio Grande, and tbe
less famous, but not less excellent, Valley
of tbe Pcojs tbe finest fruit sections of
This Territory Is rich In everything (hat
constitutes tbe Wealth of Nations. Iron,
coal, lead, silver, gold, mica, limestone,
sandstone, marbles, gypsum, soda in end
ess variety and exbaustless quantities,
several products of the
Las Vegas commands.
Sheep, cattlo and lumber abound, so that
in each of these prime artlcbs of commerce
this city Is tbe bost msrket in New Mexico.
She handles more wool than all the other
towns in the Territorv combined, while
ber commerce In hides is truly enormous.
In tbe same way, sbe Btands pre-eminent
for ber trade in grains, hay, vegetables,
and other farm (roducts; while ber trade
in ice, gathered In tbe neighboring moun
tain Canyons, extends east into Kansas,
west into Arirona, and south into Old
j, u. Crist, uist. Attorney.
K. i.. loung
Thos. ,J. Wllttevain
A. H. Hawie
H. M. Dougherty
A. A. lones
W. a. WvUyg
B. R. Beramann..
f naobel. . .
... I.as (Jrii.-fli
" Las VeKas
Clerk Supreme Court
Samuel Eldodt Treisr.er
Marcellno Garcia Ar.ultor
Amauo unuves supt. ramie instruction
M. 8, Hart..... Coal Oil Inspeotrr
DIRECTORS OP THE INSANE ASYLUM.
E. V. Long ,..... President
Lorenzo t.opei , vice-I'r :,sklent
Carl W. WlHlensteln Seo'y and Troas.
Beniano Romero. . ,
Frank S. Crosson
Dr. J. Marron Medical Superintendent
Geo. W, Ward Steward
Mrs. Oamella dinger Matron
O0TJEX OF PRIVATE LAND 0LAIHB.
Joseph B. Iteed, ot Iowa, Chief Justice.
associate justiobs Wilbur F. Stone, of
Colorado; Thomas O. Fuller, of North
Carolina: William M. Murray, of Tennes.
tee; Henry C. Sluss, ot Kansas.
Matthew G. Ueynolds, of Missouri, C. S.
CATTLE BANITABY BOARD
W.H.Jack chairman, silver City
H.N. Chaffln... .first dlstrlct.Kast Las Vegas
M.S. Otero second district, Albuquerque
B.G Ueaf tnlrd district, atrous
J.F.BInklo tilth d'.strlct, Lower Penasuo
J.A.LalU'.e secretary, Las Vegas
V. 0. deFaca )
Gregorlo Floreg J County Commissioners
Dlonlclo Martinet )
Gregorlo Varela Probate Judge
Patricio Gomaleg Probate Clerk
lose G. Montana.... Assessor
Hilar 10 Romero Sheriff
Carlos Gabaldon Collector
Ademldo Uonsales.. .School Superintendent
Henry Gnke Treasurer
F. M. Jones Surveyor
lesus Ma. Prada Coroner
LAS VE3A8 PREOINOTS.
Stmon aragon. ...Justice of the Peace, No. B
1. O. do Baca " ' sa
H. 8. Wooster "as
Antonlno Zubla . M
OITT OF FAST LAB VE0J3,
LAS VEGAS BRICK YARD,
Uontractor and Builder.
Quotations on Brick furnished, at the
yard or in the wall.
Mi Very Lo Price.
THE SEMI-WEERT.V 1VRWS o.l.-
Jon or Dallas) is published Tuesdays and
Fridays. Each issue consists of eight
pages. Tbere are snecial rlenm-tmanti fur
the farmers tbe ladies, and tho boys and
girls, besides a world of general news mat
ter, illustrated articles, marlmt rinnrh.
104 Papers fop Only $1.
Sample Copies Free. Address - ;
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&ESIC1M Batcmts. I
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MUNf. & CO., 861 Broadwat, NEW VoKe.
Oldest bureau for securing patents In America.
Every p&tent taken out by u Is brought before
tho uubU ) by a notice slveu (rue of charm la tlia
f. (imtiik mxitm
largest clreulatlnn of imr sclcntlfle Daner In tha
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J. M. D. HOWARD.
Martin & Howard,
Contractors & Builders.
Plant and specifications furnished
free to patrons. Shop next door to
BcugVton'i Hardware ptore.
. . .Treasurer
F. E. Olnev ....... ,
T. P. Olay
C. E. Terry
J. . Moore
K. V. Long
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BOARD Of KDUOATIOR
J. A. Carruth , President
O. V. Hedgcock Vice-President
John Yort .Secretary
O. E. Ptrry , Treasurer
Members First ward, Alfred 3. Smith,
Geo. V. Heed ; second ward, L. 0. Fort, W.
8. McLean; third ward, Edward Henry. J.
M. II. Howard; fourth ward, 0. T. Hedj
Cook, J. A. O arrutb.
NEW MEXICO BOARD OF HKa'.TH,
W. R. Tipton, M. D., President... Las Vegas
G. S.Easterday.M D.,V-Pres... Albuquerque
Francis H.Atk'n.?, M.D.,Sec....Sl.Las Vegas
J.U.Sloan, M. D., Treas Banta Fe
Win. Exuert, M. D., Banta Fe
J. J. Shuler, M. D Baton
J. M. Cunningham, M. D E. Las Vegas
Incubators A Brooders.
Make money while
others are wasting
time by ol d processes.
Catalog tulls all about
it, and at icribcs every
article needed tor ui
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Of either sex, any ige, In any part of the country,
at the employment wiilch we furnith. You neett
not be awny from home over night. Yon can give
your whole time to the work, or only your spare mo
ments. As capital Is not required you run no risk.
We supply you wltl. 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.
Ko one who is willing to work fails to make mora
money every day than can be made in three days
gt any ordinary employment. Send for free book '
containing the fullest information.
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