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lust Las Vegas, New Mexico, SAfl MIGUEL COUNTY. TERRITORIAL TOPICS. lExtraots trom oar Sxnhanaes.l 1 Miss Edith Lesuet has been suffering wlta a eerlous throat trouble ot Do colo. , , Boby Klmbrull, wife bd(1 mother, of l'icacho, are visiting their Lincoln friends. Kjoiuldo Montano, wife and cbil dren, of Llnoolo, went to the ranch be. low I'icaoho. Benito Montova. of Tularoso an ex. eeileot violinist, was in Linooln a few days last week. Father Mijoon, of Linooln, Is out among: his parishioners at Los Pallas i v and other points. - I. N. Bailey sent a load of apples to Kswell from the Spring ranoh, near Linooln, last week. t Mrs. John P. Victory and son have returned home to Santa Fe from a pleasure trip to Missouri. Charlie Fritz, of Linooln, went to Roswell after Mrs. George Curry and children, who are going to Lincoln on a visit. v - Judge W R. Bowman loft Farming. toa for Silverton, where he has import ant mining interests requiring his at tention. Deming's road supervisor, Robt. Caiopbell, has a force of meq hard at work cleaning and repairing the , streets. ' ; The po8toflice at Junotion, San Juan n county, has been movtd to the Bill Carson ranch. S. L. Toner is now postmaster. ' - Cal. Warrington has opened a clean- ing and dyeing department in oonnec. lion with bis furniture store on Main street, Roswell. Two drunks were op before Justice ":. Crawf rd at Albuquerque. One . was given fifteen days and the other ten on ,'? the chain gang. '- James Kimmel,.an old resident of San Juan county, who moved to Ko sas some time ago, has returned, pre- euuiauiy to stay. Miss Sohuts, of El Paso, sister of Mrs. Noa Ilfeld and Mrs. .las. Gruns. feld, arrived in Albuquerque, and will Tlsit a few weeks. The examination of applicants for , teachers' certificates began at the court house at Albuquerque. Nineteen ap plicants appeared. Dr. J. H. Sloan and wife returned to Santa Fe from the Paoiflc ooa9t. The doctor's general health is good, but his eyes are still weak. j The partnership heretofore existing between Dr. S. D. Swope and Dr. Carl Hagen, at Deming, has been dis solved by mutual consent. Sol Berry, of Bonito, was In Linooln this week with a load of potatoes. Tbls will be about the last until the new crop is ready for market. James E. Cree returned to Lincoln from Ft. Worth and other Texas points. He reports cattle in fairly good coudition in that section. One of the most interesting games of ball ever witnessed in San Juan o iunty, was played ia Azteo between the Azteo and F.uitiand teams. Monday night, at Adams-' hall, in the city cf Santa Fe, occurred the com mencement exercises of the New Mex ioo school for the deaf and blind.; Mrs. Cbas. Martin and daughter, who have been visiting at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Carr, of Deming, left for their home in Sin Marcial. . Charles de Roulet, of Roswell, passed through Linooln, last week, lie went to the Jioarilla gold district ' to look after his mining interests there. ''. Governor W. T, Thornton will de liver an oration in Deming on July 4th, and several other prominent ciii Kens of lh Territory will make short addresses. ' .. .fi--.' . . The Deming school board has se : cared the services of Prof. J. A. Long, of the Si.ver City Normal sohool, as principal of the Deming sohool next year. f jr Miss Elvira Gonz ties, who has been quite ill the past fortnight at Airs Perea's, at L:nooln, has entirely re covered and has gone to her home be low that town. . " r.JKrou8e, of Lincoln, and Charles Qaiulao, of , Roswell, started for the lemcz Springs last Sunday. They ex pect to remain at that famous resort about six weeks. The famous Dave L. MoCoy's New X'rk Nove'ty company gave an enter tainment at Firemen's hH, Santa Fe, Tuesday night, for the benefit of the local fire department. . ,-, The late frosts this spring played ': sad havoc with the fruit in the Lin coln section; but there were a few cherries, apples, eta., "that survived, which are now ripening ' It was learned at Darning that John W Young, who was a prominent pro moter of the Deming-Mexico railroad live years ago, is now acting in the capacity of ooaobman to an English lord. ", ' L W. Coe passed through Azteo on his wav to Duraogo with a load of dried fruit He jv 111 load back wth doors, windows and finishing material for Mrs England's new house iu Farm- j loeton. . . . .... ...jJ.V, r I The polioe nf Albuquerque are en. ' fotcirg the ordiimtaoe requiring drifts to hiicn horses when left standing In . tho mret. Warnings having proved mi factual, somebody Will be fined pretty goon. L B shok, -of "the Twos :Kewn, wa a RiswhII visitor a few days. He will travel during the summer, months, (and teach vocal musio as a side, issue, while writing tip the points -he visits for lis paper. ' ..---Mrs. VVm McClellan, of Alboqner. qne, wos a schoolmate of, .Govv MoKio ley, arid when he was nominated wrote a letter to his aged motbMf.-eon-gi atulatirg her on the honor conferred uti ber distinguished son. Col. P. McChefrney, president of the VWstern Homestead Irrigation com pany, and wife drove In to Albuquer que from the Rio Puerco country, and will remain in that oitv until after the fourth of Juiy cetoW-ta. THE BEST j Family Medicine Rht Has Ever Known. Words of Prate from a Mew York Lady for AYER'S PILLS ' "I would lilto to add my testimony to .nut oi oiiiers who bavo used Ayer's trim, ana to say that I have taken them for many years, and always derived the best results from their uso. For stoin. aeli und liver troubles, and for the cure oi Headache caused by these derange- moms, Aj or s rum cannot bo equaled. v lin ! .1 . . . . ... ...j melius hnk me wnatls tlie I'est remedy for disorders of the stom- acb, liver, or bowels, my invariable answer is, Ayer's Pills. Taken In sea son, tliey will break up a cold, prevent ia. grippe, cnccic fever, and regulate the digestive organs. They are easy to Cake, and are, indeed, tlio best all-round family medicine I have ever known." Mrs. May Johnson, 368 Eider Avenue, new lone city. AYER'S PILLS Highest Honors at world's Fair. Aysr's Sarsaparilla Cures all Blood Oitoraan, A Mr. Miller was in Linooln from the Mecalero Agency, trying to bar- gaiu for sheep. The government has ueciaeo to engage in tite sheep indus try with Lo as custodian. Every In. dian is to be given a few head on trial pojr sbeeo. Two Lives Saved. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, 111., was told by her doctors she nau uonsumpiion and that there was no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her and she says li saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139 Florida street, San Franoisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching Consumption, tried without result everything else, then bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and in two weeks was cured. He is naturally thankful. It is such results, of which these are samples, that prove the wonderful iftieacy of this medicine in Coughs and Colds. Free' trial bottles at Murpbey-Van Pet ted Drug Co 's., Xas Vegas and East Las Vegas, and at wholesale by thf Browne . & Manzanarcs Co. Regular size 50o. and $1 00. A. S Jennings, traveling auditor for the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe rail way, is in Albuquerque. He Is cllioi ating on the New Mexico division dur ing the absence of .A. L. Conrad, tbe regular auditor, now tff on his summer vacation. Old Peoale. .. t . Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels and kidneys will find .the true remedy in Electric Bitters. Tbia medicine does not stimulate and contains no whiskey nor other intoxicant, but acta as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the stomach and bowels, adding strength and giving tone to the organs, thereby aiding nature in tbe performance of tbe funotions. Electric Bitters is an excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old people find it just ex o ly what they need. Pi be fifty cents and $1.00 per bo'.tle at Murpbey-Van Petten Drug Ca's. drug stores, Las Vegas and East Las Vegas ; at whole. sale by Browne & Manzanares Co. Cards are out announcing tbe mar riage of Miss Alice A. Parker, for. merly of Separ, Grant county, to Mr: Robert S. OfB ly, wbioh happy event took place 'at Cheyenne, Wyo , on tbe 10th ir.st. Mr. arid Mrs. Otlley will be at borne after June 25tb, at Fort Reno, Oklahoma. i Almost 9 DistracStfed ID YOU EVER suffer from seal ner vousness? When every nerve seemed to nuiver with a peculiar, creepy feeling, flrft In one ptftce, and then another and all seemed finally to concentrate in a writhing jumble in tho brain, and you be come irritable, fretful and peevish; to be followed by an impotent, weakened Condi tion of the nerve centers, ringing in the aara, and sleepless, miserable nights T , IPkt Mil PC Mrs. Eugene Bearles, VI, i'lUCS uo 8imonton BK Blk- Nervine hart-,Ind;,'T:N.ed- vons troubles had made UwStOrCS me nearly Insane and rrattUh physicians were unable liwUlu to help me. My memory was almost gone and every little thing worried me until I was almost distracted. I really feared I was becoming a maniac.' I Imagined all sorts of evil things and would ery over nothing. I commenced taking Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, and fonr bottles of this wonderful remedy completely cured me. and I am aa well now , I ever was." Iv. MHos' Nervine la sold on cua.rarttev mkh .m 1 Torn Hloon and Allan Johnson loft Gallup for a trip to the Johnson Bros,' sboep ranob. Da you lack faith and love health f Let us establish Tour faith and restore your health with De Witt's Sarsapa Irilla. Winters Drug Co. Wiley Weaver and Joe Karrick left Gallup for a f!W days in the moun tains. ... "Wake up, Jacob, duy is breaking!" so said De Witt's Little Early Risers to the man who had taken them to arouse his sluggish liver. Winters Drug Co. Mrs. C. S. Smith returned to Gallop from a visit of some weeks at Flagstaff, Pass the good word along the line Piles can be quickly cured without an operation by simply apply log DeWitt's Witoh Hazel Salve. Winters Drug Co. Judge Maxwell is makioe an addi lion of two adobe rooms to his com Iforiable home on Coal avenue, Gallup, Pure blood means good health. De Witt's Sarsaparilla purifies the blood, cures Eruptions, Eczema, Scrofula and all diseases arising from impure blood. Winters Drug Co. ....... Born, to Mrs. Geo. Wilson cf Gal lup, a daughter. Not n any business houses in these United States can boast of fifty years' standing. The business of Dr. J, C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass., whose in comparable Sarsaparilla is known and U9ed everywhere, has passed its half centennial and was never so vigorous as at present. ' Mrs. J. B. Campbell left Gallup for a visit of several weeks to her daugb. tar, Mrs. Appleby, in San - Francisco. . We are anxious to do a little good in ibis world and can think of no pleas- anter or better way to do it than by recommending One Minute Cough Cure as a preventive of pneumonia, consump- Christian Brotheis' institute, City high tion and other serious lung troubles school, tbreo graded public schools, a kin that follow neglected colds. Winters dergarten. a commercial school and two Drug Co. Mrs. Fink will shottly open a private sunoc i at ner niiisooro residence for a small number of children. It would be bard to convince a man suffering from bilious colio that his agony is due to a microbe with an un- prononncable name. But one dose of DeWitt's Colio & Cholera Cure will convince him of its power to afford In stant relief. It kills pain. Winters Drug Co. About f200 have been raised to celebrate the coming Fourth of July in Hiusboro. Small in siza, but great in recult. DeWitt's Little Early Risers act gently but thoroughly, curing indigestion, dyspepsia and constipation. Small pill, safe pill, best pill. Winters Drug Co. ..... , The Bonanza mill at Hillsboro will be running, next week, on a large consignment of Richmond" ore. Persons who have a coughing spell every night, ou account of a tickling sensation in the throat, may overcome it at once by a dose of One Minute Cough Cure. Winters Drug Co. Prof. Aloys Preisser will soon re move his laboratory from the Standard mill to his new purchase, the Laidlaw assay office at Hillsboro. When we consider that the Intestines are about five times as long as tbe body, we can realize tbe intense suffer ing experienced when they become in flamed. DeWitt's Colio & Cholera Cure subdues inflammation- at once and completely removes ttfe difficulty. Winters Drug Co. , . . C. A. feast is hauling ore from tbe "Catherine" mine to the Bonanza mill in the Hillsboro district. . Eli Hill, Lumber City, Pa., writes: '1 have been suffering from piles for twenty-five years and thought my case incurable. De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve was recommended to me as a pile cure, so I bought' a box and it performed a permanent cure." This is only one of thousands of timilar cafes. Eczema, sores and skin dis eases yield quickiy when it is used. Winters Drug Co. Charles Larson is getting some rich sulphide ore from the "Gold Star," in Ready Pay gulch, near Hillsboro. " ky miea, Piles Files. A raft cure for Blind, Bleed ng and Itching Piles. Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment has cured the worst cases of ten years standing by three or four applications. No one need suffer ten minutes after using Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment Onr agent, Mr. Goodall, will warrant every box. Price fl.OO. Sold at Depot drug store La Vegas P. J. Baker was in Ctrriilos from Golden. . He reports considerable mining activity in the Sandia moun tains. Chamberlain' Bye and Skin Ointment Is unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head. Sora Nipples, Chapped Hands, Itching Piles, Burns, Frost Bites, Chronic Sore Eyes and Granulated Eye Lids. For sale by druggists at 2d cents per box. -to hobseTowners. For putting a horso 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 overworked horse. S cents per package. For salo by druggists. Joseph Camper has secured the con. met to sink 100 additional feet on the Eighty-Five" shaft, at Hillsboro, and has commenced work- Ayer's Pills promote tbe natural motion of the bowels, without which there can be no regular, heiltby opera tions. For tbe cure of bi'ousness, in digestion, sick headache, constipation, jaundice, and liver complaint, thee pills have no equal. Every dose tffco-tive. Las Vegas, the Chief City of New Mexico--Some of Her Resources, ' Attractions and . Advantages. Las Vioas, meaning "The Meadows," is the county seat of Ban Miguel oounty, lies on both sides of the Gallioat 'river, and, with iu suburbs, has about 10,000 Inhabitants. , It ban water works, street cars, arc and incandescent eloctrio light plant, telephone I exchanges, Territorial agricultural expert- ment station, headquarters of the Atchi son railway system, Now 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 anceadobe bouses, narrow, crooked streets, native people and customs, handi crafts and occupations; but the plasa and all of the new town, east ot the river, con stitute a distinctive American city. The streets are wide and well graded, while sidewalks abound, shaded with growing trees. Three parks, filled wltb grass and trees, add to the beauty and healthfulness of the place. Handsome and well-filled stores, beaotiful residences, and Innumera ble lawns, set in grass and adorned Wltb shrubbery and flowers, combine to pro claim a cultured community, possessed of all modern comforts and conveniences. A city hall, three public school buildings, court-bouse, Hatooie temple, opera house. I Territorial Normal school and Territorial I Insane asluoi are publie buildings, con - I structed of red and white cut sandstone, unsumassed in beautv bv similar edifices I in any town, of equal slse. in tbe States An Academy, Seminary, Jesuit college, Convent school, Presbyterian Mission I Bcbool, Methodist manual training; school, I music scbools.besides several private teach ers, are among tbe educational advantages I and facilities, Las Vboab Is tbe natural sanatorium of the United States, combining more. nat ural advantages than any other place In America. Her thermal waters are 'the equal ot tbe Hoc Springs of Arkansas, while her climate is ludultelv superior. There is no malaria, no excessive beat or cold, no Knats, rats or niosouitoes. Tbe air is pure, dry, Tariffed, and bigbiy elec trified a certain cure tor consumption, if tbe disease be taken in time. The hot waters are a specific for liver, skin, rheu matic and blood disorders. lier Moutezu- hotel is tbe finest hostelry between Chicago and California, and is situatad in a beautiful canyon, five miles from town, where tbe Hoc Springs, forty In number, come boiling to tbe surface, The latitude is about tbe same as that ol central Tennessee, while tne altitude is nearlv 6,500 feet. This combination gives a peculiar, but most bappy, result. In the winter, during: tbe day, tbe thermometer seldom falls, la the shade, below forty de grees, while It often runs, in tbe sunshine, to sixty-five degrees or even more. j On tbe other band, In the summer, tbe beat is never oppressive,'" in tbe shade, and" no night is too warm for comfortable sleep, under one or two blankets. The sun will shine nine days out of every ten, tbe year round. This,- with tbe extreme dry net, of the air, caused by the very slight precipi tation ot moisture; the 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 thealtitude ; and tne location of the town, land-locked by mountain and mesa these all conspire to produce an atmos phere which iL a Ulm to all diseases of tbe respiratory organs. Tbe percentage of death from consumption is' lower In New Mexico than it is anywhere else in the United States; and no other place in New Mexico excels Las Vegas in the salubrity of its climate. Asthmatics experience immediate and permanent relief, in this altitude. ; " " in tbe way of health and pleasure re sorts, Las Vegas Is unrivaled. In a radius of twenty miles, in romantic mountain glens and beside babbling mountain brooks, are tbe Las Vegas Hot Springs, Harvey's, 1 Porveoir. Sandoval's Mineral Hill, Ro mero Ranch, Blake's, Sparks', Sapajlo, Rociada, and other places, too numerous to mention, where health can be recovered, and life becomes a pleasure to tbe ennuye, tbe invalid, tbe over-worked business man. Lab Vkqas bas two daily and five weekly papers, three banks, two building and loan associations, three hotels, many boarding houses,-nine churches, a number ot clubs, and all the leading civic and social socia lise; a roller flour mill, capacity, fifty bar rels per day ; two wool-scouring establish ments, cleaning 1,500,000 pounds of wool annually; a well-equipped brewery end bottling establishment; a manufactory of mineral and carbonated waters; two wag on and carriage factories; a saddle and harness factory; a fouodi,-. elec trio light plant, three planing mills, and other enterprises of less importance. ' There are eight large wholesale houses, whose trade extends throughout tbe Ter ritory, and into tbe adjoining sections; while tne. volume oi tuis iraue, auu me value of the stocks which tbev carry, can not be duplicated west of Kansas City and south of Denver. Three merchants' brok ers bave selected tbe city as tbeir distrib uting center, the amount of their yearly sales exceeding, in the aggregate, tbe com bined sales ot all other such brokers ia Mew Mexico. Tbe: retail merchants, of Las Vegas, are more numerous, and carry larger ana better storms oi Rooas insn no tbe retail merchants of any other town In this Territory or Ariiona. Las V boas is tne aistriDQting point tor nearly all New Mexico. By tbe Atchison system, she has connection with Kansas on the east. Colorado on tbe north, Ariio na and California on tbe west, and Texas and Old Mexico on tbe south. Besides these, sbe bas more stage lines, connecting her with tributary territory, man nas any other town in New Mexico. This territory includes tbe ontire section east and south of the mountains, aod comprises the coun ties of Colfax, Mora, ' Taos, nan Miguel, Santa Fe. Bocorro. Dona An. Grant, Chaves. Lincoln and Eddy, witb parts of Valeucla and Bernalillo a Country larger than all New England. Tnls takes In the famous valley oftbe Kio uranae, ana tne less famous, but not less exoellent, Valley of the Peoas the finest fruit sections of the west. " . . ' ' ' '; i . i ' This Territory Is rich In everything that oonstitntcs the Wealth of Nati ne. Iron, coal, lead, silver, gold, mica, limestone, sandsone, marbles, gypsum, soda in end ess variety and exbaustless quantities, are among the several products of tbe country "wh;ch Las Vega commands. Bheao. cattle aod lumber abound, so that in each of these prime artlcUs of commerce this city is tbe best market in New Mexico. BLe bandies more wool than all the other towns in the Territorv combined, while her commerce in bides is truly enormous. In tbe same way, sbe stands pre-eminent for ber trsae in grains, hay, vegetables, snd other farm products; while her trade In ice, gathered in Ibo neighboring moun tain canvunn, extends east into Kannas, we.-t into Arizona, and south into Old Mexico ' Rates to City of Mexico. " 1 LasVkoaS, N. M., March 9th, '189S. Hound trip rates to City of Maxiuo, from Lis Vegax, iW-'O. Going limit, elxty days, with flnol return limit, of six months from date of sale HiTIMTO PHOKKIt. Tourist rot" to I'howuix, Ariz., "mnrt re turn from I a Veans. S-t.W. I.liniU, fifteen dy, i each directtou, with final limit ot six months. . j. i C. F, Joksj, Agent, !w . . . ' , AStttherwovma J -V. .gimt'rcnriul djaonsed : I XXffo''? i patient, liow they re. rill Kinn a mill (rm l!)eiiic;.tliey wilt tell hit i; Tin Cheapest. Purest and Rest Family Medicine In the Worldl . For DYSl'i:i';iIA, CONSTIPATION, faun dice, Ililiouauuimi;H,SICUIIHAACHli,l'illo, e.ressiui, U fcplriin, WllK BTOAIACM, Heariliurn, tte. Tills iiiirivullcd remedy is warranted not to coiitiiln n siii(;lu particle of Mekcuhy, ur tin y siiineiuP substuuee, but is PUKIJI.Y VKGETAULE, containing thoKu Southern Hoots end Herbs which, nil all-wisu l'rovldunuu hurt pluced i-.i eimnirles wiio w Liver Diseases inoHt irevnii. It will euro all Diseases caused by Derange. vi hid i-ivi-r unit imiwcih. ' . Tho hYAlHTtiMK ,( I.iver Complaint ore a bitter erbud tasto in tiiu moutlii Pitin in tho Buck, Sides or Jnini:i,(,fi en mit.tuken fir Kheu. matistuj Sour btomach: Los of Appetitej Buwels altermvlely cnHtivoand Inxj Headache: Loss of Jlemory, with a imiutul sensation of havinir failed to do Kumclnlng whidh oueht to have been done j Debility; Low Spirits, a thick yellow appearance of the Skin and Eves, a dry Cough olten mitiiukcti for Consumption. Sometimes many of these symptoms attend the disease, at others verv fewj but the LlVKH IS erenernllv tha RRt rt Ihn Hianu.. an1 if ,.t Regulated in time, ifreat suffering,. wretched ness and DEA ftl will ensue. ' . Tho following, hiplilv estteriied personsattest to the virtues of .Simmons I.ivor Kcgulator: Gen. W. S. Holt, Pres. Go. H. V. K. R. Co.! Kev. I. R. 1'cldcr. Perry, Ga.( Col. K. K. Kparks, AI bany,(ia.( !. Mnslcrson, ISsq.. Sheriff Bibb Co., (ia.; lion. Alexander H. Stepliens. . "Wo have tested its virtues, personally, and Enow that for Dyspepsia, Biliousness and '1 hrobblnf Headache it is the best medicine the world ever saw.' We tried forty other remedies uciore oinunonsi,iver Kctfuiaior, but none Rave us more than teintirary relief; but the Keiru. iuioi- uni omy icnevea, nut cured us."- KD. TELGOKAPII AMIl J KSSLNOliH, Jfacon, GO. MANl'VACTUKEO 0NI.V i;v J. H. 2EILIN & CO., Philadelphia, Pa. W. E. Chipman and family and Miss Ruth Sliick, loft Cerrillos for a sum mer outing at tbe Jemiz. " Bucklen't Arnica Salve. The best salve in tbe world fjreuts, I bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever 1 sores, tetter, chapped bands, chill- blains, corns and ail skin eruptions, and positively cures Plies, or ' DO Day I required. It is guaranteed to give per. feet satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box. For sale by wurpnej-vap retten urug Uo., Las Vegas and East Las Vegas. At whole lale by Browne & Manzaoares Co. L. F. Parker, jr., stenographer of the uoiitd states court oi private land claims, arrived in Santa Fe from St Louis, Monday morning. Don t let any one persuade you to take anything else instead of Simmons Liver Regulator. Some merchants will try to do this but not for your good They do it to make a little more profit on something which is of an inferior quality, though you must pay just as ruujb for the bad as tor tbe good. Be sure to take Simmons Liver Regulator, and nothing else. Look for the lied Z ou every package. H. H. Swearinger, traveling freight ngent of the Burlington, spent Sunday among Santa Fj friends. Improper and detiuiont oare - of tbe soalp will caudo grayness of Ibo bair and baldness. Escape both by the use of that 'reliable . specifio, ' Hall's Hair Rsnewer. . Superintendent McDonald, down at Hillsboro, is working double shifts at the "Eighty-Five," and is rapidly bringing that property to tbe status of a great mine. ' ; tor every quarter in a man s pooket there are a dozen uses ; and to use each one in such a way as to derive tbe greatest benefit is a question every one must solve for himself. We believe, however, that no better use oould be made of one of these quarters than to exchange it fur a bottle of Chamber Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, a medicine that every family should be provided with, fcorqaleby K. D. Goodall, Depot Drug Store. Gov. Hiss, sesretary of the bureau of immigratiio, is , in Albuqusrq'ie and will remain several days.,.; . ; ... , Edw. WALTivlAN'5 ' j Douglas Ave., first door west of Furlong gallery. Family Washing a Specialty. Good Work Dong;,; . i on Short Notice', 'f" awe us A. TRIAL. Robt, L, (VI, Ross, , , Real Estate f , AND INSURANCE AGENT. Prices to MthTiMi:" Lots from 100 np. SOLE AGEOT . of the Hill-site .Town Co. addition, and the Eldo rado Town Co. lower addition. Residences, Business Properties, Loans, Mortgages and Securities. Desirable Acre Properties; Faims under Irrigation Ditches. Oflloe on .. . JO TAiME OPERA HOUSE. I. IAI TEOU. ' " It Is wanted for oi AMERICAN HOMES, m AN ANECDOTE. A Richly Illustrated Moxthlt, for people who wish to PLAN, BUILD r BEAUTIFY - - their HOMES. Fined witn uripntiaras, I tu4 practicai.common senp.e ; VS'I' ranffement of Grountlo fl f D r 1. a et3fc!ne'li'UrQUh,"lf,I 'A 1 I r3 cents Tor a cony 1 V iK ' I 1 leal a bow to get the 'i " I fOi H ANECDOTE. I ' J and $S HM v AAltRlCAN tlOMES PUB. CO. Boa jf KNOXVI1XB, TBNN. 4 fill Knit'ita nnd (ri.n.l that nntwllhatand ing the large number of Idle men in tho United States, tho ranchmen of ban Ju.nu county are unable to seoure help to put bp the bay crop. How to Treat a Wife. From FaclOo Health Journal. First, get, a wife; seoond, be pa tient. You may have great trials and perplexities in your bus. iness, but do not," there fore, cany to jour home a cloudy or oobtraoted brow. Your wife may have iriais.wnicn, tnougb less in magnitude, may be hard for her to bear. A kind word, a tender look, will do wonders in obasioif from her biow all obuds of gioom 10 tbls we would add alwayi keep a bottlo of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house. ' It is the best and. is sure to be needed, sooner or later, lour wife will then know that you really care for her and wish to protect her health. For sale bv K. D. uooqau, uepoc urug store. rhe ranchmen in the Azteo vloinitv have commenced the bay harvest and toe song of tbe mower will be pretty constant for the next two weeks. This year'8 crop is nearly if not fully up to mo average oi former rears. Harper's Bazar IN 1896. The twenty-nln h year of HARPER'S BAZAR, beginning in January, 1898, flsds It maintaining I's deserved reputation both as a Fashion Journal and a weekly peri odical for hume reading. . Every wfek tbe BAZAR presents beau tiful toilettes for various occasions, Has doz, Bauoe, and (.'haitis illustrate and engrave tbe newest designs from tbe finest models in Paris and Berlin. . New York fashions epitomize current srvln in New York. A fortnightly pattern-sbeet supplement witb diagrams and direntlnna enaoles women to cut aod make their own gowoB, and la of gient value to tbe pro fessional modiste as well as to the amateur dressmaker. Children's Clntbinsr receives constant attontion. 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