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rHt daily onna, last tfts Vegas, New Mexico, SAN MIGUEL COUNTY. l Extracts from Oar Sxrhaniies.l M. Hack will erect a large business djock at springer. George Bixl(rha8 moved his family iu cpnrger irom uciiuor. V.'srk on tho new drug sicae 1 Clayton was resumed egnn. Kibt. Collins, o( Socorro, is about again, after bis severe illness. V. T. DrowD,of Socorro, basboensuN forlng from a fall for several days. Fat cattle are in great demand, in Socorro county, wiib none in sight. Bora, at the Phoenix hotel, Clayton, to Mrs. Chatterdon, a tine girl baby. Re?. Dr. Heed, late of Eddy, has been called to the pnstorate ot the Bap tist charch at UosweU. Contractor TaiJ .r,"i"l"3ot Deen idle . -tiie" past wet k, but with a large foroe of mnn bus actively pushed the work cn tbo sugar factory, sijs the Eddy siryits. Ottu Tusohkn, a very popular young man ana an industrious student of toe school of mines, left Socorro for Mfx loo, where he goes to seek a position wild some smeller as assayer, . Ia the race at Springer between the Olona mare and the Mora horse, the Mora horse was declared winner by nail a neck. Nobody was loser as purse had been raised to secure the race. ' Mrs. Wbitenill, of Dtming, com rncnocd a private course of leaching at Cooks, the trustees having been unable, for two year, '.o hold publio school on account of the district being deeply in debt. Inf irraaiion has been received at Petthig of the death, several weeks since, of Edward Wakefield, which sad event occurred at the home of his brother, L. T. WakefielJ, Sioux City, I..wa. . John Stenson Las obtained the services of V. 1'. Wilkinson, formerly in the employ of K. Worraser & Co., at Deniiug, who will hereafter be found behind ibe counter of Stenson's mar kel place, down there. Miss Julia McCord left Roswoll for Pi. Worth, where she joined her father and went east on a trip of sight seeing and pleasure seeking. They will visit the Mammoth cave, Niagara falls and other places of interest. A deaf and dumb man from Woodward, paralyzed in one side and paraljzed drunk in the other, who had been making himself very obnoxious about Clayton, was arrested by John Brophy and placed in jail. ' Cards have been received at ' Lis Cruets announcing the marriage of Kenorita Dolores Chaussee to Senor Catariuo Artnijo, at the City of Mex ico. The groom is a son ot Sr. and Sra. Jacinto Artnijo, of Lis Cruces. The Maple Grova dairy at Raton has received a new milk delivery wagon. ' It is elegantly painted, and was built to order with especial reference to pro tect the milk from churning by the mo tion of the wagon and the heat of the sun. A Christian Endeavor sooiety was organized at Pvrvien's hall, over at Clayton. Mr. Evans, the postmaster, was electod president, and the vice president is liev. S. A. Dyson. Leon McKcsou, secretary, and Sam II.irp, tioasurer. i Lucas Mecrjan, ot Pinos Altos, and Miss Sophia Gei'K, of Silver City, were married in Deroing at the home of Ben Larson, brother-m liw of the bride, The newly married couple will make their homo at Pinos Altos, where Mr. tMeeryan is engaged in business. Will Gibbons, of the drng Arm of Mickey & Gibbons, at Las Cruces, came upon a Gila monster in their store, but though he attempted to chloroform the thing, it succeeded in -scaping into a convenient hole, and Is now ''tying low," under the flooring. A house full of farmers greeted A S. Goetz at Hagerman, Chaves county, and listened, with great interest, to his (xplanation of the purposes of the beet 'i-ugar compauy and the terms of the contract the company proposes to make with the farmers for the purchase of their beet crops. Word has been received at Deming cf the recent death at Stuttgart, Ger many, of Hymnnn Wormser, thefther of Gustav Wormser, of Doming'. De ceased was aged about seventy-seven years and death was due to dis eases incident to old age. A wife and f.jur sons and two daughters survive. Tho new lodge, Daughters of Re bekab, at Djming, hava elected the following officers; Mrs. C. W. Wild nnslein, N. G ; Miss Delia Pettey, V. G ; T. S. Robinson, P. G ; Mrs. John Warren, chaplain; Miss Risa Hopkins, secretary; Mrs J B. Hod gon, treasurer; T. S. Robinson, war Uen. The entertainment given In the Methodist church at Deming by" the XV. C. T. U.t for lhe benefit of the free reading mom, was largely attend ed, and the ladies reabzid quite an amount of money. In addition to the literary and musical program, Judge Boone delivered a lecture on the sub ject of temperance. J. C. Miller and Geo. C. Thomas, jr., of Philadelphia, have returned to Rton from a months' stay at Ojo Caliente. Mr. Miller, resided for some years in Colfax county, and has many olJ-time friends in Ratoa. Mr. Miller says that a rich gold strike is reported at Good " Hope, about fjrty miles north of Oj Caliente. It is said the ore runs about $400. ' . Incorporation papers have just been drawn forming the Montezuma Gold !iino- nd l'lacer Co.. with oilisa at Klizibethtowc, Colfax oounty Mmniinl' Stock is $1,000,000, The with 20.000 shares to be suid at $50 00 a ,hare. The incorporators ara JT K Carrington, C. J. Dold and Hugo Rea t,er.r, Seaberg attorney for the.coni; psnv. Tin- will operate in Taos trontl y, nod'ft Urge mill put in soon and tho Caliiorbia elevating system will be used in placer mining. Ibe company starts out with a paid up capital of $25,000. WOT A 8I0K DAY Fcr Over Thirty Years! EESULT 07 USING AYER'SjPILLS "Ayer's Cathartic Pills for over thirty years linvn kept ino in (rood health, never huvlng had a sick day In all that time. Before- I was twenty I siiffored almost continually a a result of con stipationfrom dyspepsia, lieudaches, neuralgia, or bolls and other eruptive diseases, when I becamo Convinced that nine-tentlis of tny troubles wr causeu Dy constipation, I began tho use or Ayer's rills, with the most satisfnr- tory results, never having a single attack, that did not readily yield to this remedy. My wife, who had been an invalid for yenrs, nlso began to tiso Ayev's Pills, nnd her health was quickly restored. With my children I hud no- tieed that nearly nil their ailments were preceded by constipation, and I soon had tho pleasuro of knowing that with children as with parents, Ayer's Pills, if taken In season, avert all clangor of alckuess." H. AVETTSTKts, Byron, 111. AVER'S PILLS Highest Honors at World's Fair. Ayer's Sarsaparilla Strengthens the System. Myer Cohn, who for about thirteen years was a member of the firm of dohn Brother?, of Raton, tut retired a I year ago, most of that time a resident there, arrived in Mew York, after visit of nearly a year in Germany. Bucklen'i Arnica Salv. The best salve in the world for cuts. bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, cbill- blains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required, it is guaranteed to give per fect satisfaction or money refunded, Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Murphey-Vnn fetten Drug Co.. Las Vegas and East Las Vegas. At whole. lale by Browne & Manzanares Co. A. W. Thompson and E. F. Page are preparing to give a musioale at Ervien's hall, Clayton, about the first of June. How to Treat a W He. From Pacific Health Journal. First, get a wife; second, be pa tient. You may have great trials and perplexities ia your bus iness, but do not, . there fore, carry to your horns a cloudy or contracted brow. Your wife may have trials, which, though less In magnitude, may be hard for her to bear, A kind word, a tender look, will do wonders in chasing from her brow all clouds of gloom. To this we would add always keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house. It is the best and is sure to be needed, sooner or later. Your wife wiU then know that you really care for her and wish to protect her health. For sale by K, D. Goodall, Depot drug store. George Griggs expects to leave Las Cruces shi rtly for Eddy in the employ of the government, as assistant sur veyor. . .. ' , - - or every quarter in a mans pocket there are a dozen uses; and to use each one in such a way as to derive the greatest benefit is a question every one I must soive lor nimseii. we oeiieve, however, that; no better use . could be I made of one of these quarters than to exchange it for a bottle of Chamber- Iain's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemeay, a meaicine inai every ismiiy ttuuuiu ue huviubu wiia. i onto vj K. D. Goodall, Depot Drug Store. The Wednesday elub, at Las Cruces, has about given up the idea of a ban quet, on account of the illness of some of its members and the others soon to leave town. Full Details Gladly Given. A Railroad Official V Experience E. EDWARD EDMONDS, long con nected with railroad conjtruction In Nebraska, writes: "My hearttroublod and pained me for 19 years. - Shortnosa of breath woa tbeconetant and most common symptom. Ihujuse.excruclating-paln, gener ally followed any aevere exertion. Falntness. hunger wlthoutany appetite; nattering that made tie clutch my breast, and palpitation that often stajgered me as if I would fall, were frequent attacks. Again, everything would turn black if I aroaefrom a stoopinf posture quickly. Sleepless nights witn taeir Dr. Miles' prosuauug; uurtsai, won numerous and I could get no rest day or night. I consulted leading phy sicians and tried adrer tiscd remedies. They gare we no relief. One of Heart Cure Restores . , Health Dr. Miles' circulars described my case ao exactly that I took Er. Miles' New Heart Cure and I am now a woll man. I hope every one troubled with heart disease will trw Dr. Miles1 remedies. If they will write jpe personally, I will gladly give them full details of my experience." r.DW. r.Diiorai. P. O. Box 65, David City, Nebraska. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure is sold on guarantee that flrst bottle beneau or money refunded, (flHlnaey, ,y Utit, Upnvud Luwmevi ttiobard Hurlpy apd Mist Kate Con nor, Did you ever think bow readily the blood is poisoned by constipation P Bad blood means bad health and premature old ago. DeWHt's Little Early Risers, the famous Utile pills, overcome obsll. nato constipation. Winters Drug Co. I L. Baldwin returned to Magdalona from Kansas City, and continued on to oisransn. Eczema is ir gnuui aiuiouon, nut like all other skin diseases it oan be permanently cured by applications of DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve. It never fails to euro Piles. Winters Drug Co Jeff Rowdon shipped twenty. eight cars of cattle to Las Vegas from Mag- daltna. One swallow does not make Spring, but one swallow of One Minute Cougb Care brings relief. Winters Drug Co. Kdwin, the little ntne-year-old son of Mrs. Woodwortb, died at Las Cruuos of gastric fever. . , loung mothers dread tne summer months on account of the great mortal ity among children, caused by bowel troubles. Perfeot safety may bo as sured thoso who keep on hand De Witt's Colio and Cholera cure, and ad minister it promptly. Fur cramps, bil ious colio, dysentery and diarrhoea it affords Instant relief. Winters Drug Co. Mills-Seaberg Co., of Springer, add. ed over $3,000 worth of books to their library, which consists of over . 900 volumes, and 5,000 pounds. One minute is the standard time, and One Mtnute Cough Cure is the stand ard preparation for every form of cough or cold. It is the only harmless remedy that produces immediate results Win ters Drug Co. Mrs. Lallement has been quite ser iously ill, down at Las Cruces, but is reported as in an improved condition. In the spring a voune man's fanoy lightly turns to thoughts of De Witt's Little Early Risers, tor they always cleanse tho liver, purify the blood, and ' invigorate the system. Y inters Drug Co. The vegetable gardens about Detra in cr are beginning to show up in fine! style. Don't fool away your money buying worthless remedies, which are war ranted to cure every disease. Remem ber that DeWltt's Sarsaparilla is a I blood purifier and blood maker. Win ters Drug Co. J. B. Hagin shipped about 2,500 head 01 cattle from Sepjr, Grant oounty, to pastures in California. ' Mrs. R. DeYoung, Middloburg, Ia.( writes: "I havo used One Minute Couffh Cure for six years, both for mvself and children, and I oonsider it ths quickest aotlng and most satisfac tory cough cure I have ever used." Winters Drug Co. ( Tom Mansker, of Clarendon, Texas, is visiting his brother, Robt. Mansker, of Clayton. DeWitt's Sarsaparilla cleanses the blood, increases the appetite and tones up the system. It has benefited many people who have suffered from blood disorders. It will help you. Winters Drug Co. Char lev Sobluter is having a well dug and will start a new sheep camp, twelve miles north of CUyton. Pulmonary consumption, in the early stages, may be checked by the use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It stops the distressing cough, soothes irritation of the throat and lungs, and induces much-needed repose. Hundreds have testified to the remarkable virtues of pr,.piration v Mrg p, j, Towner, after a visit of 8e.eral months at her old home in uanois, arrived at Springer, acoom- panied by her son, Clyde. Nearly all women have goo I hair,. though many are gray, and few are bald.. Hall's Hair Renewer restores the natural color, and thickens the growth of the bair. Sheriff Pat Garrett is having an adobe nail built around the jail at Las Cruces Plies, Piles ruea. A rare cure for Blind, Bleed Ing and Itching Piles. Dr. Kirk's German rue Ointment nas cured tne worst cas is of ten years' standing by three or four applications. No one need suffer ten minutes after using Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment Our agent, Mr. Goodall, will warrant every box. Price f 1.00. Sold a' Depot drug store Las VegaiJ - Miss Essieie Leicbam is recovering from a severe illness, down at Socorro. Chamberlain's By and Skin Ointment Is unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, Salt- Rheum, Scald Head, Sore Nipples, Chapped Hands. Itchine Piles. Burns, Frost Bites, Chronic Sore Eyes and Granulated Eye Lids. For sale by druggists at 2o cents per box. to hobsbTownebs. 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, 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. Judge A. A. Freeman has been quite ill at Socorro. A. L. Wooster, a promiuent citiau) of Oseeo, Mich., after suffering excru clatlngly from piles for twenty years, was cured in a short time by using DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve, an abso lute cure for all skin diseases. More of this preparation is nsed than all others combined. Winters Drug Co. The fitrest . 1 idy's bicycle ever brought to the Pecos valley was re ceived at the Roswell novelty and re- 'pair shop for Mr, A. M. Robertson, V, JJT" VUiVv any season, but perhaps r)iore generally (reeded, when the languid, exhausted feellnir urevuils, when the liver is torpid and sluggish, and the need of a tonlo and alterative Is fult. A prompt use of this ' medicine has often averted long and perhaps fatul bilious fevers. No rnediuiue will act more surely In counteracting and free- Ins'.the tvstem from the malarial nois on. Ileadaohe. Indlirestion. constiua. tiun, dizziness yield to Electric Bitters. I Fifty cents and il 00 a bottle Rf. Klurrihpv.Vi n Put (ah Dpiicp Pn'a drug g,oreg Lag Vegas and East Las Vegas, at wholesale by Browne & Manzanares Co. Dr. L. E. Kittrell, of Sooorro, went to Kelly on Tuesday for a two weeks.' visit for the practice of dentistry. Mr. D. P. Davis, a prominent livery man and merchant of Goshen, Vt., has this to say on the subject of rheu mii'.Umi "I take pleasure in recom mending Chamberlain's Paiu Balm for rheumatism, as I know from personal experience that it will do all that is claimed for it. A year ago this sprint: my brother was laid up in bed with inflammatory rheumatism and suffered intensely. The flrst application of Chamberlain's Tlm Balm eased the pain and the use of one bottle completely cured htm. For sale by K. ,D. Goodall, Depot Drug Store. Mrs lleneen arrived at Socorro from the east, and is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Charles S. Bihney. ffon. W. A. PEFFER says: . "Letters from JrMTowN Is full of practical thought on the leading issue of the hour." "When prices fall below cost tho load of debt can not be floated." Letters From Jim town By WILLIAM DANA WILCOX, Tlits book purports to be a series of letters from a Chicngo journalist who taking a vacation at his old home, Jimtown. These letters tell how the peop- e ot jiintown were converted to silver arguments, ell of which are faithiullv ozen or more outline cuts, after the . lied "The Bimetnllist's Creed." It will ilver text book. Little Hock Press. "Letters From Jimtown" is a new Cerr & Co.; 5G Fifth Av., Chicago, III., a ts pages contain a knock-down argument and place the gold standard policy in . ridiculous posit'on. We take this method of thanking the publishers for the etcome little book Our Populist. ' 'Letters from Jimtown presents the e simple minded can thoroughly comprehend the theories advocated. It is . ritten in a style that pleases the reader t tree coinage i exas Jiidefenaeiit. It handles the money question in a masterly manner and It is done In such way a to be Interesting in every letter The writer of the letters visits his ,ld home in the country to regain his ;hanges that have occurred since he illage. He gives the yield and prices of he opinions of the farmers iii regard to meetings are held and he reports the speakers. Tariff, gold basis, contraction, 'honest monev." all come In lor noiiee give al! available argument in support c the poailion. The book is well written and St covers seemingly every argument put forth by the money sharks to de ceive the people. It should be in every reform library. Sledge IJaimer, Mesd- villc, lJn. Price 2 j cecis, post paid. Address this Three Opinions "The CHICAGO RECORD is a model newspaper in every sense of the word." Harrisburg (Pa.) Call. 'There is no paper published in America that so nearly approaches the true journal" istic ideal as The CHICAGO RECORD." From "Newspaperdom" (New York). , "I have come to the firm conclusion, after a long test and after a wide comparison with the journals of many cities and coun tries, that The CHICAGO RECORD comes as near being the ideal daily journal as we are for some time likely to find on these mortal shores."-Prof. J. T. Hatfield in The Evanston (tit.) Index. 'Sold by newsdealers everywhere and descriptions received by all jwstmdsiers. Address THE CHI CAGO RECORD. 181 'Madison-st. The Decorah Estimates, Specifications Furnished Without Charge. Water Pipes and Well Casing. Decora! Wmill Co., mmSd- ; i'iA reguiator7 THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE .SSIAiMONS LIVER RUGUI.ATOR. Don't ,-orget to take it. Now 1 the time you need It most to wake up your Liver. A sluggish Liver brings on Malaria, Fever and Ague, Rheumatism, and many other ins wnicn snatter tne constitution and wreclc health Don't forget the word Regulator. It is Simmons Liver KEGUL ATOR you want. I he word REG' ULATOR distinguishes it from ail other remedies. And, besides this, SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR is a Regulator of the Liver, keeps it properly at work, that your system niav ne Kept in good condition. FOR TttE BLOOD take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. It is the best blood purifier and corrector. Try it and note tne enrterence. Look tor the KfcD l, on every package. "You wont find it on any other medicine, and there is no other Liver remedy like SIMMONS LIVER KEGULATOR-the Kingof Liver Remedies, ue sure you get it. .T. U. K-lll & Co.. Philadelphia, Psv. Miss Kitty J hnson returned to R-iton from a vis t with friends in Las Vegss. Hon. R. P. BLAND says: "Interesting and valuable; would like to see it in the hands of all the voters of this country." by a series of tpeeches and curbstone reported. The hook is illustrated with a Older of "Coin," and closes with what is probably become very popular as a free book iust out, published by Charles H. copy of which has reached our desk. money question so plainly that even and deals especially with the doctrine health. He describes to 11 chum the formerly lived on a farm near Jimtown grain compared with former years nnd the causes of such change. Political and each position is argued in earnest to office. lament! (Patented) is enstruetid with roll and tram that lifts 50 per cent, mora weight with same power than wiist pin and pitman, aa used c n ill o t or mills. Thus, wbere 1 ten foot wheel of an ordinal ry mill 1b required, we put In in 8 font wheel of the Decorah od guarantee lesultti. Com plete plints with tower, tank, pump, and water service, erected on easy Installment Payments, If deshed. IS LOCALITY t- Las Vegas, the Chief City of New MexicoSome of Her Resources, Attractions and Advantages. Las Vegas,' meaning "The Meadows,'' is the county seat of Ban Miguel county Ilea vu both sides of tho Gullinai river. and, with its suburbs, has about 10,000 Inhabitants. It has water works, street cars, are, and Incandescent electric light plant, telephone exchanges, Territorial agricultural expert ment station, headquarters of the Atcht sou railway system, New Mexico division, together with railroad machine shops 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 has the quaint and picturesque Mexican appear ance adobe houses, narrow, crooked streets, native people and customs, handi crafts and occupations; .but the plaza and all of tho new town, east of the river, con stitute a distinctive American city. The streets are wide and well graded, while sidewalks abound, shaded with growing trees. Three parks, Hlled with grass and trees, add to the beauty and healtbfulness of the place. Handsome and well-filled stores, beautiful residences, and innumera ble lawns, set in grr.63 acd adorned with thrubbery and Dowers, combine to pro claim a cultured oommuiilty, possessed of all modern comforts and conveniences, A city ball, three public school buildings, court-bouse, Masonic temple, opera bouse. Territorial Normal school and Territorial Insane asylum are publlo buildings, con structed of red and white cut sandstone, unsurpassed in beauty by similar edifices in any town, of equal size, iu the States An Academy, Seminary, Jesuit college, Convent school, Presbyterian Mission" school, Methodist manual training school, Christian Brotbeis' institute, City high school, three graded public schools, a kin dergarten, a commercial school and two music schools, besides several private teach ers, are among the educational advantages and facilities. Las Vkqas Is the natural sanatorium of the United States, combining more nat ural advantages than any other place In America. Her ttermal waters are the equal of the Hot Springs of Arkansas, while ber climate is infinitely superior. There is no malaria, no excessive beat or cold, no gnats, rats or mosquitoes. The air is pure, dry, rarifhd, and highly elec trified a certain cure lor consuuiyuou, 11 the disease be taken In time. The hot a tors are a specific for liver, skin, rheu matic and blood disorders. 11 er Montezu ma hotel is the tluest hostelry betweeo Chicago and California, aod is situated in a beautiful canyon, nve miles from town, wbere the Hot Springs, forty in number. come boiling to the surface. The latitude is about tbe tame as that ot central Tennessee, while the altitude is nearly 6,500 feet. Tbis combination gives peculiar, but most happy, result. In tbe winter, during tbe day, tbe thermometer seldom falls, In tbe shade, below forty de grees, while It often runs, in tbe sunshine. to slxty-nve degrees or even more. Un tbe other band, In tbe summer, tbe heat is never orpressive, in tbe shade, aud no night is too warm for oomfortable sleep, under one cr two blankets. The sun will hine nin; days out of every ten, tbe year round, ills, with toe extreme dryness of tbe air, oatsed by the very slight preclpi tati n of moisture; the resinous aroma, rolling down ironu me pine-ciaa moun tains; tie laigs amount of electricity In tbe air, and tbe consequent ozone, result ing irom tueaiutuue; and tne location or tbe town, land-locked by mountain and mesa these all conspire to produce an atmos phere wnicn is a Daim to an diseases or the respiratory organs. Tbe percentage of death from consumption is lower in New Mexico tban It is anywhere else in the United States: and no other place in New Mexico excels laB vegas in tna salubrity of its climate. Asthmatics experience Immediate and permanent relief, in this altituce. In tbe way of nealtb and pleasure re scrts. Las Vegas Is unrivaled. In a radius of twenty miles, in rcmantio mountain glens and beside babbling mountain brooks, are the Las Vegas Hot Springs, Harvey's, 1 Porveuir, Sandoval's Mineral Hill, Ro mero Ranch, Blake's, bparks', Wapello, Rocittda, and other places, too numerous to mention, wbere health can be recovered, and life becomes a pleasure to tbe ennuye, tbe invalid, tbe ovtr-worked business man. Las Vegas has two daily and five weekly DODers. tbree banks, two buiiding and loan associations, tbree hotels, many boarding bouses, nine cnurcnes, a numoer ot ciuub, and all tbe leading civic and social eoeie tias; a roller flour mill, capacity, fifty bar rels per day two wool-soouring establish ments, cleaning 1,500,000 pounds of wool annually: a well-equipped brewery and bottling establishment: a manufactory of mineral and carbonated waters ; two wag on and carriage factories 1 a saddlo and harness factory; a foundi. elec tric , light plant, tbree planing mills, and other tnterorises of less importance. There are eight large wholesale houses, whoso trade extends tbrougbcut tbe Ter ritory, and into tbe adjoining sections; while tbe volume of this trade, ana tne value of tbe stocks which they carry, can not be duplicated .west of KaosaB City and south of Denver. Tbree merchants' brok ers have selected the city as their distrib uting center, tbe amount of their yeerly sales exceeding, in tbe aggregate, the com bined eales cf all other such brokers in New Mexico. Tho retail merchants, of Las Vegas, sie more numerous, and carry larger and better stocks of goods than do tbe retail merchants of any other town in tbis Territory or Arizona. Las Vkoas is the distributing point for nearly all New Mexico. By tbe Atchison system, she has connection with Kansas 03 tne east, to:oiaao on loe norm, Arizo na and California on the west, and Texas and Old "Mexico cn tbe south. Besides these, she has more stage llneB, connecting her with tributary territory, than has any other town in New Mexico. Tbis territory includes tbe entiie section east and south of the mountains, and comprises tbe coun ties of Colfax, Mora, Tacs, San Miguel, Santa Fe, Socorro, Dona Ana, Grant, Chaves, Linco'n and Eddy, with parts of Valencia and Bernalillo a country larger than all New England, This takes iu the famous Valley oftlie Rio Grande, and the less famous, but not less excellent, Valley of the P. cos tbe finest fruit sections of tbe west. This Territory Is rich in everything tbat constitutes tbe Wealth of Nations. Iron, 1 1,4 ,11 . ,.l ,1 mlna llmpfltnnn. sandstone, marbles, gypsum, soda in end- ess variety and exnausuess quaniuies, are among tbe several products of the country wh'ch Las Vegas commands. bbeep, cattle tna lumuer aoouaa, iu 1 in Bseh of these Drime articles of commerce this city Is tbe best market in New .Mexico. 8t,e handles more wool than all the other towns in the Territory combined, while her commerce in hides is truly enormous. In the same way, she stands pre-eminent for her trade in grains, by, vegetables, and other farm products; while her trade in ice, gathered in the neighboring moun tain canyons, extends east into Ksnsns, weet into Arisona, and south into Uld Mexico. J. K. MARTIS. J. H. D. HOWARD Martin & Howard, Contractors & Enilaers. flam and specifications furnished tree to patrons. Shop next door to Houghton's Hardware Store. Il.irbrr Shops. U. M. BLAUVELT, Totisorlal Parlors, Center Btree'., Bon-ton, St. Louis, Long Branch, round senator, ano rounu, square ana box pou paqour a specially, PAitLOU BAKJ1KU 6H01', Center Street, O. L. Gregory, prop Only skilled workmen employed. Hot ana com untns in connection. Banks SAN MIGUEL NATICiTAL, Sixth street and Grand avenue Dry flooda. I.D DB ROMERO, M, Romero, Manager, Bouth Bide Plaia County Surveyor. Jr. A1RKBUITB JONKB, ITY ENGINEER AND COUNTS" BUB Vveyor urace, room 1, uiiy nail. Physicians and Surgeons. o, o. UOBUON, M. D. OFKIOH! TAMME OPERA HOUSE, Las Vegas, N, M. office hours: 12 a. m., a to! p. m., 7 to 8 p.m. EAST 11 to DR. J. Bl. CUNNINGHAM, DHT8IOJAN AND SURGEON. OFFIOK IN JL. Aiaiooeui uuuuing, up stairs. 13. H. SKIPW1TH, pHTSIOlAN ANU SDBGKON. BOSWELL, N.M. Attorn eyg-at-Law. HOtltAN A LARHAZOLO, A TTORNEY8 AT LAW, DRSMARAIS XX. building ,eat side of plaza, Las Vegas, n.m. loi-aux FRANK SPBINGKn, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT TAW, Office In Union block, Sixth street, Eat) Las Vegas, N. M. K. A. FISBE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Santa Fe. N, M. (P. O. Box K.J Prac tices In the supreme court and all district courts ot the Territory. Special attention given to Spanish and Mexican grant titles and mining litigation. LONG ft FOftT ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. OFFICE, WY man's block, East Las Vsrf.s, N. M. Plumbing;. J. D. Kurz. HEATING AND VENTILATION by steam, hot water and hot air. Sower and iuuinane. East Las Vegas, M. M. OrFIOIAL DIRECTOR. FEDERAL, Thomas B. Cation W. T. Thornton... Lorlon Miller Trios. Smith , Delegate to Congress Governor Secretary , Chief Justice O. Collier, U. 11 Hamilton, .Associates B. L-lUKUlln, D. Bants. t'ellx Martlnes . .' lerk Itb Judicial District Surveyor-General Charles F. Kasley Charles M. Shannon United States Collector U. B. District Attorney Edward L. Hall U. . Marshal W. H. Loom'.s Denutv U. 8. Marshal J. W. Fleming ...U. S. Coal Mine Inspector James H. Walker, Santa Fe,Reg. Land offlco Pedro Delgacto.Sauta Fe Hec. Land Oltlee JohnD. Bryan, Las Cruces, Hog. Land Office Ja3. P. Ascarate.Las Cruces, Rec. LandOfflee Richard Young, Roswell.. ..Keg. Land Office w. H. cosgrovo, uobbh,..kju. lsoq umce John C. Black, Clayton Keg. Land Office Joseph S. Holland, Clayton, Kec. Land Office TEBEIT0RIAL. Solicitor-General J, II. Crist, Dlst. Attorney. ...Santa Fe K. 14. loung Tbos. J. Wflkeroon A. H. Harlie il. M. Dougherty Geo. McCi)railc A. A. Jones John FranHln Las Cruces Aiouquerqne . eiiver uity 8ocorro Uaton ... Las Vegas . ...Kosweii lose Segura..... .Librarian V. fl. Wyllys ,, ...Clerk Supreme Court E. H. Bergmann... Sunt. Penitentiary lieo. W. Knaebel Adjutant General Samuel Eldodt Treasurer Marcetino uarcia Auditor Amado Ohaves Supt. Public Instruction M. S. Hart Coal OH Inspectoi DIRECTORS OF THE INSANE ASYLUM. E. V. Long President Lorenzo lodoz vice-president Carl W. Wlldensteln Sec'y and Trees. Benieno Romero , Frank S. crosson Dr J. Marron Medical Sunerlnteudent Geo. W. Ward., Steward Mrs. famous uunuer Matron 00TJST OF PBIVATE LANS CLAIMS. Joseph B. Keed, of Iowa, Chief Justice, assqoiaTB justios Wilbur P. Stone, of Colorado: Thomas 0. Fuller, ot North Carolina; William M. Murray, of Tennes. see; Henry v. biuss, or. nansas. Matcnew u. ueynoiua, oi uissoun, u. Q. Attorney. CATTLB BANITARV BOARD W.H.Jack chairman. Stiver City M.N. Chaffln... .flrst dlstrlct.East Las Vegas M.t.utero .....siona district, AiDuquerque U.G Heac '.....third district, "atrous J.F.HlDltie fifth d'.strlct, Lower Penasco J.A.LaBc.e secretary .Las vegas F. 0. de Baca ) Gi-egorlo Flores ) County Oommlssloners ninnli-lo Martinet ) Gregorlo Varela Probate Judge Patricio Gonzaics ... ., irooate uiers Jose G. Montano Assessor Hllarlo Romero .Sheriff Carlos Gatiaklon Collector Adclaldo Gonzales. ..school superintendent Henry Goke Treasurer F. M. Jones Surveyor Jesus iila. Prada Coroner LAS VEGAS PBE0IU0T3. Simon Aragon.... Justice of the Peace, No. B D. 'J. as naca hi U.S. wooster m Antonlno Zubla " 64 CITY OF FMST LAS VE058. F. E. Olney , Mayor T. F. Clay Marshal C. K. Perry .Treasurer ..Recorder ,, Attorney .Physician J. B. Moore m. V Long Dr. M. W. ttobbins.. O. Ililllngsworth . , J.K.Martin B. I . Forsythe.... W. II. Barber K L. Bamblln ..Aldermen T Kline L. H Uofmelster ... A. T. nogers, , BOABD Or EDrCATIOH. J. A.Carrutlt President V. HedKeock Vlce-Preslrtent John York Secretary O. It. prry.. Treasurer Ukmbeks First ward, Alfred 3. Smith, Geo. V. Reed; second ward, L. O. Fort, W. McLean; third ward, Edward Henry. J. M.D.Howard; fourth ward, C. V. Hed,;- cock, J. A. C arruth. HKW MEXICO BOABD OF nBA '.Til. W.R. Tipton, M. D., President.... Las Vegas S.Basterday.H l).,v-Pres...Alouquerque Franc's H.Atklnr. M.I. . Sec.. ..IS. Las Vegas J. II. Sloan, M. !., Treas Santa Fe wui.Kggort, a. v sac fa re J. J, Slmlor. M. V Raton J. M. Cunningham, M. D K. Las Vegas E. Er BURLINGAtViE'S ASSAY GFFIOE A CHEMICAL D LABORATORY Kstall!hel In Colorado, 18M. Bamnlct by mall or express w!h rcccivo prompt and careful attuptlen. Said a Silver Bullion "srSC iiktK, r:3 i 1733 Itimmea St, Sum, Celt. Jb Print!ns fvss'" ,!( 3 I ur every description executed with neatness and despatch AttteCtiicJsiEcxs 1 MON l KtU!5IA UDG O.V29. QKXliNNJAL I, BAG I Ikj hoennd Juofdpj ev( at J.O. O. V. hull. K-lfeuelar rxetlna sTci.lnn cf each moiuG R. J. lllUII.TON. Prmm N. Jl RosxKiuitr, rtco'y, I. O. O, F. ' I.m8 y,KGA8 LODGE No. 4, meets every l?na?I', v,e.rln, ot th"r 8'xtb "ivdtSa'tTe'n'a1."8 br0t""n " COrdlU"r P.W. FLKCK,8ec'y.A,T,UCOl"'lN-G- A. O. V. W. I I"?1""" lodge No. 4, meets flrst nnd $0 -f ,ili,r,1,Tu2"u? veal"KS each month In Wyman Dlock, Douglas avenue. Vlsitlsa brethiou aie cordisdly Invited. J. IIIOKHHILI,, H. W. v p n., Go. w. Noxms.Uecorder F P. Eikzoo, f liicnclor. k. of r. "RLD2lluD,?.I-PG?;,N0- '."ot at their JjjOaMo Hall ill Ilia nmant HI..,. I, ot fllitli street and Grand avenue, over tha Ban MiKuel National lianir Tt,,,..,. venlug. Visltiag members of the older are always welooois. , , ., R. O. LAniMOBB.O. O. L. J. ilAKcns. K. or u. A 6. "PEAG1,E temple, no, 1, Bathbone Bis IVif'1 Jut'l!?y evenlnirof each month, at 8 u u, n i u. ur unu, nasi Las Vexes. N M. Visiting sisters of the order alwayi always we coma. Mas. O. K MRS. Ai.,11. WILLIAMS. M.ofri.AO. il.E. b. : A. W. A.M. third Thursday everilnvs nr aah n,,,r.i. the Masonic temple. VIsltlDK brethren are uuiuruany invitea. . J. IL'CMCLLEN, W. M. OiOUIOvltOSESWAI.1), Sec Las Vesas Knval Arch n, nnht. ISA A Romilar convoeationn. flrat imniia. in . month. Visiting companions fraternally Invited. j, 5. Clark, k. h. p L. H. Hopmeistkb, sea, Las Veeas Oommanderv. No. 1. Rnmim communication, second Tuesday each month Visiting Knights cordially wel corned. a. A. Kotbokb. v.. a. L. 11. Hofu kistbb . lieo. LAS VEGAS COUNCIL NO. 1, Royal and Select Masters. Regular convocation third Mondav of eneh mnnfh. Han.tii.F in Masonic temple. Gmo. if. Gould, UiA.aUTHOES, x. J. Al Kocorder. Masons visiting the city ore cordlallj In vlted to attond these bodies. Eastern Star R-jpUr eommnnloatlons second and fonrtb Tonrsdar evenings. Miss Lizktic Rowmbb, Wortny Matron. A. F. IIknkuict. Worthy Patron. Alas. Emma Benedict, Treasurer, All VlSttlhU brothers anil alnfnra nnHlal!. Invited. Mas. Mattie Mdrkat. Secretary . RAFAEL ROMERO, Claim Agent LAS VEGAS, N. M. Ihdinn Depredation Claims a Cipecialty. ISaaC K. Hltt Jk "In rihtOAirn Ttl Tin, Oett, Thompson A 1 e.w, Washington, b. C, are associated with me in cases before tb uourtoi Claims. LAS YECAS BRICK YARD, James McLaughlin, . Contractor and Builder. Quotations on Brick furnished, at the yard or in the wall. At a Very Low Price. THE BE MI-WEEKLY NEWS (Galves ton or Dallas) is published Tuesdays and Fridays. Eich issue consists of eight pages. There are special deDartments for the farmers, tbe ladies, and tbe boys and girls, besides a world of general news mat ter, illustrated articles, market rcDorts. etc. You get 104 Papers for Only $1. Sample Copies Free. Address A. H. BELO & CO., Publishers DALLAS or QALVE3ION, TEX. Sclentifio American Afloncyfor TRADE MADkTft. BEfiirjM D&TKHTfi. COPYRIGHTS- tta. Tot Information and free Handbook write to MUNN ft CO.. 8fil BnoABWAY, NEW YoEK. Oldest bureau for securing patntaia America. 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