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Bast Las Vegas, New Mexico.
lErtracts from Our Expanses.
Miss L'zzle Horn, of Ooate, (pent a
wetK IQ springer.
Thero is much activity just now in
the mines oi Uoiiax county.
Five car loads of maohinery for the
sugar laciory reaobea JSddy.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fen-
neesey, at Eddy, a baby girl
Prcf. Selby, of Silver City, is spend
log vacation at santa Monica, C'al.
Tbe "JNoun rlomestake". mine, at
.Lit. l . L i .....
niran umi, is omog worKea witD a
small force and good ore is being taken
An excursion of 100 people are ex
pected at Springer soon from tbe east
to visit the JVizabetbtown mining dis
One of the piooeer buildings of
Springer was torn down to make plaoe
I r tbe new double store building of M
Mills-Seaberg Co. have sunk a well
in front of their new building on
Third street, up at Springer. Good
water, too.
Tbe republicans of Eddy county held
a mass meeting, at the court bouse,
down there, to ratify the work of the
national convention
Two of four of the bunting party
chr lrft Silvnr Pitt, fnr tha Sanolln
country, two weeks ago, returned, and
report killing two bears.
T. J. Welch, a farmer lust below
Eddy, boasts tbe first homegrown
watermelon, this year, it having been
taken irom toe vine rich and sweet,
ha Shields, who has been prospect
ing in the Hematite and Red river di
triots tbe past two months, returned to
Katon and reports everything ail right
a t t hn.a nomna
Col. G. W. Tnchard and J. E
Wharton departed from White Oaks
for Socorro, They went to argue the
Ozanne divorce suit, which was set for
bearing July 3rd.
D. B. Powers and family, accom
paoied by his two sons-in-law, with
tbeir wives, left Maxwell City for a
couple of weeks' camping and fishing
In tbe mountains.
Miss Seena Hansen, sister-in-law of
tbe Springer blacksmith, F. C Peter
son, arrived there from Rone, Wiscon
sin, and will sojourn in that plaoe for
an indefinite pariod.
H. C. Ritchie, of Haskell, Texas, a
jeweler, and residing in Springer some
seven years ago, conducting a jewelry
and repairing business, has again de
cided to locate up there.
Messrs. Lieb, Glass and Nash left
Springer on a pleasure trip to the
mountains. They expect to engage
mostly in fishing and hunting and will
be absent several weeks.
A race between horses owned by
Lewis Friday and Samuel Gorman was
run at Eddy. The distance was 300
yards and the stake $30. Fridaj's
iiorse won oj aoout iwemy ieet.
. Mrs. William Ilimilton and daugh
ters, cf Allegheny, Pennsylvania,
mother and sisters of Assistant General
Manager Hamilton, arrived in Eddy,
and will spend the summer there.
Died, in Oakland, Cal , William E.
Lamb, husband of Anne Piatt. Lamb
And only brother of Miss Irene Lamb
and Mrs
Daniel McIod, of San Fran,
cisco and Mrs. II. D. Gilbert, of Silver
City, N. M- .
Owing to tbe fact that the Maxwell
grant charges $12 for filing a claim,
thn nrnsnnctnrs direct their labors to
ward the Red river district, where.
Uncle Sam is boss, and only charges
$ 1 for filing.
S. Floersbeim, tbe largest sheepman
in Colfax county, having bis flock
some twelve or fifteen miles southeast
of Springer, reports bis sbep us doing
exceedingly well and is much elated
over the late rains we have had.
Big fires have been destroying acres
of forests in tbe vicinity of Elizabeth,
town. Tbe rains of the past few days
bave put a stop to it, bnt not before a
large portion of tbe Lynch lloom on
the Red river side had fallen a victim.
The Stockman is iniormea cy m. w.
Mills, of Springer, owner of tbe larg
est orchard in New Mexico, ' and one
of the largest in the west, that he in
tends to erect a canning factory at the
orchard, thirty miles southeast of that
H. R. Schumann, the father of Hem
atite, has traded one-half bis saloon for
one-fourth of "Granite Mountain" lode,
and the other half he swapped off for
to Sulphide, which camp he intends to
boonj. He took his boy with him.
1 Roll Stevens was released from the
custody of Sheriff Littrell, up at
Springer, he furnishing the required
bond It will be remembered that
Stevens was brought down from Pueb
Joona requisition from the governor,
on an indictment in tbe lonrtn juaioiai
court of New Mexico, for assault with
intent to kill.
J. F. Boron, whom the Eddy Argus
mentioned as being brought to Edy
from Hope, suffering from appendicitis,
did not make the anticipated reoovery,
and an operation, was considered nec
essary. Dr. Rodman, assisted by Dr.
Hinchey, performed the operation,
which was successful in every way, and
tbe patient Is now inuoh better.
Tbe Ajx mining and milling com
pany, at Elizabethtown, are working
night and day. They are turning out
fifteen tons of ore daily, which is ver
aglng better than $12 per ton. There
is now enough ore in sight to keep
tbeir ttn stamps dropping for one
year. They expect soon to enlarge the
mill ten stamps, and will probably add
Several transactions on real estate
have taken place at Elizabethtown, re
cently. Jim and Al Nolan bave sold
he "Mountain View" and one-third of
tbe "Eureka" lode claim to Ohio par
lies. These claims are lying in Sul
phide, and are A 1 properties. C. J.
Javln, who negotiated tbe dea prom
ises to bave a mill on the property
very soon. Oo account of thiu sale, a
trig stream of prospectors went in that
Nervous Prostration
Complete Eeoovery by ths Vu of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
" Some yeurs uko, us a rosult of too
dune attention to business, my health
failed. I became weak, nervous, was
Uiiablo to look after my Interests, and
manifested nil tha symptoms of a do-
cllne. I took three bottles of Ayer's
Sarsuparillu, begun to improve at ouce,
and gradually Increased my weight from
one hundred and twenty-live to two
hundred pounds. Since then, I and my
family have used this medicine when
needed, and we are nil in the best of
health, a fact which we attribute to
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I believe my chil
dren would have been fatherless to-day
bad it not been for Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
of which preparation I cannot say too
much." H. O. Hinson, Postmaster and
Planter, Kinard's, S. C.
Ayer's S Sarsaparilla
AYER'S Pills Save Doctor's Bill.
Charles Scbinzing and Wo. Steven
were tried before W. F. Blanobard at
White Oaks, charged with violating
tne nan law.
A Valuable Prescription.
Editor Morrison, of YVortbinzton.
ina., is, writes: "lou nave a valu
ablo prescription in Electric Bitters,
and I can cheerfully recommend it for
Constipation and Sick Headache, and
as a general system tonio it has no
fqual." Mrs. Annie Steble, 2635 Cot
tage Grove avenue, Chicago, was all
run down, could not cal nor digest
food, bad a backacho which never left
her, and felt tired and weary, but six
bottles of Electric Bitters restored ber
health and renewed her strength.
Prices 50 cents and $1 00. Get a bot.
tie at Murpbey.Van Petten Drug Co's.,
Las Vegas and East Las Vegas, and at
wholesale by the Browne & Manza
nares Co.
The Pecos valley, in its entirety, has
been blessed with abundant and re
freshing rains, during tbe past ten days.
Mrs. Rhodie Noah, tf this place, was
taken in tbe night with cramping pains
I, ,he Bmt &
ay diarrhoea set in. She
took half a bottle of blackberry cordial
out got no relief. Sue then sent to me
to see if I bad anything that would
help ber. I sent her a bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and the first dose relieved
ber. Another cf our neighbors had
been sick for about a week and bad
tried different remedies for diarrhoea,
but kept getting worse. I sent him
this same remedy. Only four doses of
of it were required to cure him. He
says be owes hit recovery to this won
derful remedy Mrs. Mary Sibley, Sid
ney, Mich. tor sale by K. D. Good-
al, DePot Uru 8tore
James Scully, of Springer, bas so
tar convalesced as to again be upon
tbe streets.
Just now everybody is beginning to
take a Spring Medicine. And it is a
good thing to do provided you take
Simmons Liver Regulator the best
Spring Medicine. It's a sluggish liver
that clogs tbe system and makes bad
blood. A dose a day of Simmons
Liver Regulator will make a new man
out of you, and a new woman too.
Look for tbe Red Z on tbe package.
It is Simmons Liver' Regulator yon
Narcisco Abreu, who bas been at
tending school at St. Michael's college,
Sinta Fe, returned to Springer.
Ministers Should Use
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure.
labors so severely tax t bo nervous sys
tem, as that of the ministry. The de
rangement of the nerve centers of the brain
by over work, frequently brings on attacks
of heart trouble, and nervous prostration.
Bov. J. P. Kester, M. D., Pastor TJ. B.
church, London Mills, Ills., hlmsolf a physi
cian, writes Fob. 20, 1893: "Heart affection
and nervous prostration had become so
serious last fall that a little over work in
tbo pulpit would so completely prostrate me
Dr. Miles'
that it soemoa certain i
must relinquish the work
Heart CUTe J th0 "trT t1-
Xlanvt. nlnltAt.lnn bpcame
ReStOreS so bad that my auditors
yj ..t, - would'ask mo if I did not
neailll.M... have heart disease. Last
November I commenced taking Dr. Miles'
New Heart Curo alternately with Dr. Miles'
Nervine and derived the greatest possible
benefit. I bave Just cloned revival worn or
10 weeks, preaching nearly every night and
twice on the Sabbath. I can speak for hours
without suffering as I formerly did. Hard
working ministers should keep Dr. Miles'
grand remodlcs on hand."
Dr. Mllos' Heart Cure is sold on guarantee,
first bottle will benefit or money rat traded.
. Tha Ideal Panacaa.
James L. Francis, alderman, CM
cago,saya; "I regard Dr. King's New
Discovery as an ideal pansoea for
coughs, colds and lung oomplalnts
having used it in my family for the
last five years, to the exolusion of
physicians' prescriptions or other
Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
writes: "I have been a minister of
tbe Methodist Episoopal church for
fifty years or more, and bavo never
found anything so beneficial, or that
gave me such speedy relief as Dr.
King's New Dlscoverv." Try this Ideal
oough remedy now. Piioe fifty cents
and $1.00 per bottle at Murpbey-Van
Petten Drug Co's. drug stores, Las
Vegas and East Las Vegas; at whole.
sale by Browne & Manzanare's Co.
Miss Nannie Baird, who is spending
the summer among relatives in North
Carolina, expects to return to her
home in Las Cruoes about tbe 1st of
Do you lack faith and love health P
Let ui establish your faltb and restore
your health with Da Witt's barsapa
rilla. Winters Drug Co.
W. R. Ascarate, who has been
for the past month at bis ranches
In Old Mexico, returned to Las
"Wake up, Jaoob.day is breaking!"
so said De Witt's Little Early Risers to
tbe man who bad taken them to arouse
his sluggUh liver. Winters Drug Co.
Mrs. J. M. Frankenberg, who visited
ber sister, Mrs. R. H. Uiggins, of Pu
eblo, Colo., about a month ago, died
list Tuesday at her home at Lumber
ton, N. M.
Pass tbe good word along the line.
Piles can be quickly cured without an
operation by simply applying DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. Winters urug uo.
Amos McKeen of Bonito, Linooln
county, is preparing to go to Texas to
Pure blood means good bealtb. De
Witt's Sarsaparilla purifies tbe blood,
cures Eruptions, Eczema, Scrofula and
all diseases arising from impure blood.
Winters Drug Co.
Professor J. F. Cave gave an enjoy
able dancing party at North's ball, in
(JerriUos. -
We are anxious to do a little good in
tbis 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
lion and other serious lung troubles
that follow neglected colds. Winters
Drug Co.
Tbe Madrid publio school, which has
sen In session since October, will
close Friday, July 10th.
It would be hard to convince a man
suffering from bilious colic that his
agony is due to a microbe with an un-
pronouncable name.' But one dose of
DeWitt's Colic & Cholera Cure will
convince him of its power to afford in
stant relief. It kills pain. Winters
Drug Co.
A. B. McMillan, Albuquerque at
torney, and family, ltft for New York.
Small in siz?, but great in results.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers act gently
but thoroughly, curing indigestion,
dyspepsia and constipation. Small
pill, safe pill, best pill. Winters Drug
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Langston and
Mrs. T. B. Clements will leave
Cerrlllos about July 15tb for a month's
visit to the Jemez sod Sulpbur springs.
Persons who bave a coughing spell
every night, on account of a tickling
sensation in the throat, may overcome
at once by a dose of One Minute
Cough Cure. Winters Drug Co.
Tbe infant daughter . of Mr. and
Mrs. James Murphy and the infant son
of Mr. and Mrs. James Einsmore died
at Madrid.
When we consider that the intestines
are about five times as long as the
body, we can realize the intense suffer
ibg experienced when they become in
flamed. DeWitt's Colic & Cholera
Cure subdues inflammation at once
and completely removes the difficulty.
Winters Drug Co.
Heavy and welcome rains are re
ported from various parts of Grant
county. . .
Eli Hill, Lumber City, Fa., writes:
'I bave been Buffering 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." Tbis
is only one of thousands of similar
caces. Eczema, sores and skin dis
eases yield quickly when It is used.
Winters Drug Co.
Fred Myers, manager of Hotel Wind
sor, at Eddy, left for a visit to Troy,
Piles, Piles Plies.
A Bare care for Blind, Bleed
teg 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
Our agent, Mr. Goodall, will warrant
every box. Price fl.00. Sold at
Depot drug store Las Vegas
R. J. Steele passed through Springer
with a new windmill, which he will
put np on his ranob.
Buckled ' Arnica Salva.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chill
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.
kPrice 25 cents per box. For sale by
Murpliey-Van Petten Drug Co., Lai
Vegas and East Las Vegas. At whole
sale by Browne & Maozanaroa Co.
I, is said the Postal telegraph com
pany will re-establish an office in
Springer at the same old stand.
m mn t nrmTiW v.
I III I llllll UN I I NT
Las Vegas, the Chief City
of Nev'Mexico--Some
of Her Resources,
Attractions and
.Las Vkoas, meaning "Tha Meadows,"
is the county seal of San Miguel county,
lies on both sides of tha Uallinas river,
and, with its suburbs, bas about 10,000
It bas water works, street ears, arc and
incandescent eleotrio light plant, telephone
exchanges, Territorial agricultural expert
meut station, headquarters of tha Atcbl
sou railway system, New Mexico division
together with railroad machine shops and
tie-preserving worki, .took yards, and the
largest sheep shearing and dipping plant
In tbe United States.
West of the river, the old town bas to
quaint and picturesque Mexican appear
ance adobe bouses, narrow, crooked
streets, native people and customs, baud!
crafts and occupations; but tbe plaza and
all of the new town, east of the river, con
stituts a diatinctive American city. Tbe
streets ara wide and well graded, while
sidewalks abound, shaded with growing
trees. Three parks, filled with grass and
trees, add to tbe beauty and bealthfulneis
of the place. Handsome and well-filled
stores, beautiful residences, and Innumera
ble lawns, set in grass and adorned with
shrubbery and flowers, combine to pro
claim a cultured community, possessed of
all modern oomforts and conveniences.
A city ball, three public school buildings,
court-bouse, Masonic temple, opera bouse.
Territorial Normal school 'and Territorial
Insane asylum are publio buildings, con
strutted of red and whits cut sandstone,
unsurpassed in beauty by similar edifices
in any town, of equal size. In tbe States
An Academy, Seminary, Jesuit college,
Convent school, Presbyterian MIbsiod
school, Methodist manual training school,
Christian Brothers' Institute, City high
school, threo graded publio schools, a kin
dergarten, a commercial school and two
music schools, besides "everal private teach
ers, are among tbe educational advantages
and facilities.
Las Vkoas is the natural sanatorium of
the United States, combining more nat
l BHyaijteges thau any other place In
America. Her thermal waters are the
equal of the Hot Sprines of Arkansas,
while ber. climate is lnnnltelv superior,
There is no malaria, no excessive heat or
cold, no gnats, rats or mosquitoes. The
air is pure, dry, rarined, and highly elec
trified a certain cure for consumption, if
tbe disease be taken in time. The hot
waters are a specific for liver, skin, rbeu
matic and blood disorders. Her Montesu
ma hotel is tbe finest hostelry between
Chicago and California, and is situated in
a beautiful canyon, five miles from town,
where the Hot Springs, forty in number,
come Dolling to tne suriace.
The latitude is about the same as that ol
central Tennessee, while the altitude is
nearly 6,500 feet. Tbis combination gives
a peculiar, but most happy, result, in tbe
winter, during tbe day, the thermometer
seldom falls, In tbe shade, below forty de
grees, while It olten ruDS, in toe sunshine,
to sixty-five degrees or even more. Un
the other band, in the summer, the heat is
never oppressive, in tbe shade, and no
night is too warm for comfortable sleep,
under one or two blankets. Tbe sun will
shine nine days out of every ten, the year
round, Tbis, with the extreme dryness of I,
IUD CIS, UBUOVU l' J U. TCI J DllgU, p. Cliipi-
tation of moisture; tbe resinous aroma,
rolling down from tbe pine-clad moun
tains; the large amount of electricity In
tbe air, and tbe consequent ozone, result-'
ing from tbealtitude; and the location of tbe
town, land-locked by mountain and mesa
these all conspire to produce an atmos
phere which is a balm to all diseases of tbe
respiratory orgaoB. 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 Las Vegas in the salubrity
of its climate. Asthmatics experience
immediate and permanent relief, in this
In tbe way of health and pleasure re
sorts, Las Vegas is unrivaled. Ina radius
ot twenty miles, in romantic mountain
glens and beside babbling mountain brooks,
are tbe Las Vegas Hot Springs, Harvey's,
1 Porvenir, Sandoval's Mintral Hill, Ro
mero ltanch, Blake's, Sparks', Kapello,
Kociada, and other places, too numerous
to mention, where health can be recovered,
and life becomes a pleasure to tha enuuye,
tbe invalid, tbe over-worked business man.
Las Vboas bas two daily and five weekly
papers, tbree banks, two building and loan
associations, tbree hotels, many boarding
houses, nine churches, a number ot clubs,
and all tbe leading civic and social socie
ties: a roller flour mill, capacity, fifty bar
rels per day; two wool-scouring establish
ments, cleaning 1,500,000 pounds of wool
annually; a well-equipped brewery and
bottling establishment; a manufactory of
mineral and carbonated waters; two wag
on and carriage factories; a saddle and
harness factory; a rounai. elec
tric Hunt plant, tbree planing mills.
and otber enterprises oi less importance,
There are eight large wholesale bouses.
vrnose trade extenas tnrougnnut tne Ter
ritory, and Into tbe adjoining sections;
while tne volume or mis traae, ana tne
value of tbe stocks which they carry, can
not be duplicated west of Kansas uity and
south of Denver. Tbree merchants' brok
ers have selected the city as their distrib
utlng center, tbe amount of their yearly
sales exceeding, in the segregate, tbe com
bined sales of all otber such brokers in
New Mexico. The retail merchants, of
Las Vegas, are more numerous, and carry
larger and better stocks of Roods than do
tbe retail mercbants ot any other town in
this Territory or Arizona.
Las Vkoas is the distributing point for
nearly all New Mexico. By tbe Atchison
system, she has connection with Kansas
on the east, Colorado on tbe north, Arizo
na and; California on tbe west, and Texas
bdX Old Mexioo on tbe south. Besides
thtse, she bas more stage lines, connecting
ber with tributary territory, than has any
other town in New Mexico. Tbis territory
includes tbe entire section east and south
of the mountains, and comprises tbe coun
ties of Colfax, Mora, Taos, Ban Miguel,
Santa Fe, Socorro, Dona Ana, Grant,
Cbaves, Lincoln -and Eddy, with parts of
Valencia and Bernalillo a country larger
than all New England. This takes in the
famous Valley oftha Rio Grande, and tbe
less famous, but not less excellent, Valley
of tbe Pecos tha finest fruit sections of
the west. .
This Territory Is rich In everything that
constitutes the weal in orjNatims. iron,
coal, lead, silver, gold, mica, limestone,
sandstone, marbles, gypsum, Boda In end
ess variety and exbaustless quantities,
are among tbe several products of tbe
country which Las Vegas commands.
Sheep, cattle and lumber abound, so that
in each of these prime articles of commerce
tbis city Is tbe best market Id New Mexico.
8s handles more wool than all the other
towns io the Territory combined, while
ber commerce In hides is truly enormous.
In the same way, she stands pre-eminent
for ber traae in grains, hay, vegetables,
and other farm products; whlia her trade
in ice, gathered in the neighboring moun
tain canyons, extends east into Kansas,
wet into Arisooa, and south into Old
"One of my sick headaches,'? you
will hear people frequently say, as if
the complaint was hopelessly incurable.
As a ttatter of fact,- Ayer's Tills hot
only relieve sick headache but effect
ually remove the cause of this distress
ing complaint, and so bring about a
permanent core.
ASIi tlie recovered
''TrviTTZrTi uvHpf nut'!, uiiioui
(.ulirnt, Itow llit'y ro
covL'itu lieulth, cheer
ful spirits uuU tow
i 1 . jl i i e; they will lull
Mm hv taking 811
I.ATOH. liiviL.iiiii, uinwt.nvM
Tha Cheartt.it, Purest and Best Family
MeJlclna In Iho World I
dice, HllioiiBiittiicks. SK'K II ICAIMt'H IC, Colic,
Depression oi Kplrils, OUU STOMACH,
Heartburn, etc. This unrivalled remedy la
warruuU'd nut to contain a singlo particle of
Mk-ukv, or uny mineral substance, but is
containing tlioso Southern Koots and Herbs
which an all-wisa I'lm-hlence lias plucud in
countries whcio Liver Diseases most prevail.
It will cure nil Disease caused by Derange
ment of tlio Llvrr and Bowels.
'i'i.u oYri jAid ul j.iver Complaint aro a
bitter or had tnsle in the mouth; I'uln In the
Buck, Sides or Joints, often mistaken for Rheu
matism; 5our Muniach! loss.or Appetite;
eis alternately costive and lax; Ilcudache:
Loss of Memory, with it painful sensation of
ik lulled to (io soineiuiiiK wuieii ouirut to
have been done; Debility; Low Spirits, a thick
yellow uppeurnnce ot tne Skin and r.yes, a ury
Cough ouen-mislulccn for Consumption.
Sometimes many of these symptoms attend
the dlseese, at others very few; but the LlVKK
is generally the scat of the disease, and if not
Regulated in time, great Kiiflcriug, wretched
ness and DEATH will ensue.
Tlio following highly esteemed persons attest
to tho virtues cf Simmons l.lvcr Kegulator:
Gen. W. K. Holt, Pres. Oo. S. W. K. R. Co.; Rev.
I. H. 1'elder. l'erry, Ua.( Col. II. K. Sparks, Al
bany, Gu.; ('. Mustcrson, I?sq.. Sheriff llibbCo.,
Go.; lion. Alexander H. Stephens.
"We have tested its virtues, personally, and
know that for Dyspepsia, itillousness and
Throbbing Ilcndaehe it Is tho best medicine tho
world ut cr suw. We tried forty oilier remedies
before Simmons I.iver Keguhiior.bulnoncKave
usmorothan temporary relief; out tho Rc'TU
lator not onlv relieved, but cured tiR." li.
TtuxuAi'ii and Mkhsknokk, Macon, Go.
' i. H. ZL1LIN Ct CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
Fred Thome, of Orpan, has moved
bis family to Los Cruces and will
go to Cripple Creek to look tbe
camp over, with a view of locating
there. ,
None But Ayer's at the World's Pair. I
Ayer's Sarsaparilla enjoys the ex
traordinary distinction of having been
the only blood purifier allowed an ex
hibit at the World's fair, Chicago.
Manufacturers of otber Sarsaparillas
sought by every means to obtain
showing of their goods, but tbey were
all turned away under tbe application
of the rule forbidding- the entry of
patent medicines and nostrums. The
decision of tbe Wot Id's fair authorities
In favor of Ayer's Sarsaparilla was in
effeot as follows: "Ayer's Saisaparilla
is not a patent medioioe; It does not
belong to tne list oi nostrums, it is
here on its merits "
Charles Mills, instructor in the shops
at the agrfcultural college, left Las
Cruces for his old home at Danville,
111., to Bpend tbe vacation.
Dlood-puriliers, though gradual, are
radical in tbeir ef act. Ayer's Sarsa
parilla is intended as a medicine only
and not a stimulant, excitant or never
age. Immediate results may not al
ways follow its use; but after a reason
able time, permanent benefit is certain
to be realized
I. R. Holt, of Mesilla, will soon go
to Arkaosns, where be will buy a
borne. He expects to locate near
Siloam Springs. '
A person is prematurely old when
baldness occurs before the forty-fifth
year. Use Hall's Hair Ilenewer to
keep the scalp healthy and prevent
baldness. V
M. R. Mendelson, of La Junta, part
ner ot M. Newman, at Uaton. after
few days' stay there, left for tbe
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cures
colds, croup and wboopiog cough. It
is pleasant, safe and reliable. For sale
by K. D. Goodall, Depot Drug Store.
The only child of Mr. and Mrp.
Miguel Archuleta, aged four months
and four days, died of pneumonia, up
at Raton.
'Last summer one of our grand cliil
ren was sick with a severe bowel
trouble. Our doctor's remedies had
filled, l!,ou wo trioii Cham oeriaio's
Colic, Cholera and DUrrboea Rm3dy,
which gave very speedy relief. We
regard it as the best medicine ever put
on the marKet tjr bowel complaints.
Mis. E. G. Gregory, Fredericks wn,
Mo. This certainly is the best medi
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tery, summer complaint, colio and
cholera infantum in children. It never
fails to give prompt relief when used
in reasonable ' time and (be plain
printed directions are followed. Many
mothers bave expressed their sinoere
gratitude for the cures it bas effected
For sale by K. D. Goodall, Depot Drug
W. A. Clark and family left Raton
for Topeka, where they expect to make
their home.
Chamberlain's Eyo and Skin Ointment
Is uneqituiicd for Kczema, Tetter, Salt
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