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last Lris Vegas, Heir Steildo
I Extract! from our Exchanges. I
Sooorro is to have silver club.
Mrs. George F. Albright and tbe
children left Albuquerque (or a month i
stay at (Joronado.
MUi Hedda Ilogwal took the train
at San Antonio (or Los Angeles, where
ber mother is now residing.
C. E. Cary has returned to Albu
qnerque from California. His family
will remain at Santa Monica (or lbs
Floyd Done, organist al St. John'
Eplsoopal ohuroh, down there, left Al
buquerque for Indianapolis, to take
much deserved vacation.
N. Cunningham has announced as a
candidate (or county commissioner,
down at Eddy, and Milton Philips
wunarawa from the race.
R. C. Nlabet, superintendent of the
Greene vineyard tract, Eldy county
has a fine stand of beets, lie says the
trop BDouui exoeea 2,uuu tons.
The Silver City council met and
made the city tax levy (or 189G, five
mills on tbe dollar (or general purposes
una six mills lor Hydrant rental.
Dick Heller drove into Albuquerque
from Cabezm with 35,000 pounds of
wool and has stored it at the warehouse
of Grunsfeld Bros , awaiting better
',. price.
E. W. Cdlley has dug a well at bis
residence, up io Springer, securing
good water at twenty-three feet. Tbe
location is in one of the highest parts
01 me city.
Fred Becker, of Belen, who haa been
taking care of tbe passenger traffic to
tbe mines of tbe Lidrone mountains, is
making preparations to put in a stage
line mere.
. Mrs. W. G, Bell, of Rosedale, 'in tbe
pan jviaieo mountains, win spend a
few weeks at San Antonio, visiting
Airs, a. 11. iiuton ana other old ac
A great deal of wool is being stored
in Springer, awaiting buyers to put io
their appearance. 1 1 Ices being paid
now range from eight to eleven cents
per pound.
Oicar S. Knanss, agent of the St
Louis ore and reduction works, left
Baton I r Hematite and Red River
mining districts, where he is putting
In machinery.
Died, at the Sisters' hospital In Silver
City, Wm. Kavenscroft, aged about
thirty-five years. Deceased was a
highly respected resident of the town
of Mogollon.
Anton Ilogwal, who has been keep
ing books for the Hilton Mercantile
Co., at San Antonio, left for tbe Mag.
rialena mountains, on an extensive
prospecting trip.
A few friends of Miss Sophia Hogan
were invited by her sister, Mrs. Calvin
Whiting, to tbeir borne on South Edith
street, Albuquerque, and were most de
lightfully entertained.
Spurious coins are 'circulating in
EJdy. A. A. Dnggs was the victim
. of lead dollar, but knowing the in.
' dividual who bad given it to him, he
induced him to provide for its re
demption. Fv.mk Jennings, who has been
cl rkinii in ihe Czanne hotel, at
White Oaks, left for California, where
be has a good paying clerkship await
ing bim in ona of the mining camps
near Grass valley.
Harry Lang, arrested in'Albuquer.
ie on the charge of subordination of
perjury in tbe Japanese woman mur.
1er cane, was liberated, down there, as
District Attorney Wiikerson oonolnded
the evidence was insufficient.
Lawrence & Birgmun, of Trinidad,
Colo , have ' shipped a stock of mer
chandise from eastern markets to
Raton, which will be in charge of Mr.
Chavez, who has been for a long time
in tbe employ of the New York fair, up
at Trinidad.
Que of tbe delightful events of last
week, down in Albuquerque, was tbe
cupid psr'f 11 given on Tuesday even
is?, at the home of Judge and Mrs. N.
C. Collier, in honor of the Misses Col
lins and Miss Smith, of Georgia, who
Are guests of the family,
On August 1st, tbe Eddy county de
mocracy will hold a convention and i
select delegates to conventions to ba
called later, for tbe naming of a can
didate for Territorial representative,
:and for the Territorial assembly and
council from that district.
1', J. Ifaffl y, who has been con
e3te4 with tbe grocery and banking
(justness of J. N. Broyles, down there,
for the past six years, left San Maroial
to av a visit of six weeks to his
mother and friends at Newton, Kan.;
thence he will enter Ashbury college,
t Wilmore, Kentucky,
R. W. D. Bryan, his wife and two
children, left Albuquerque for the east
on an extended tour. Mr. Bryan will
Attend tbe annual eonvention 'of the
commercial law league, to be held at
Omaha, this week, at whick a thousand
lawyers from all over tbe United States
nd Canada will be present.
I,. F. Parker, jr., stenographer for
the United States court of private lanJ
claims, left Santa Fe for his home in
:St. Louis. He will return so as to be
(present at the opening of tbe court on
.Aigust 10th, but will then resign as
stenographer and resume his law stud
ies in the Washington university at St.
The following unmed were in al
tendanoeat tbe Methodist conference j
HEddy; -Bev.C. J. OnleJVEl Paso;
Rev. J. E. Sawders and wif Pfdf, ,0
B. Smith, T. B Prultt, Mrs. Cjossey,
Miss Clayton, S II. Gillett, Mr.
Lailey, of Pecos; R'V. I. S. Pitters3U
and wif t, John T. Stona and wife,
Rev. A. J. Snead, W. P. Corbean, G.
K. Yomg and wife, of Roswell.
The transaction over in Taos county
Is on of the largest and most impor
tant mioing deals ever made in New
Mexiso. Uj its terms, William Fraser
transfers to an English syndicate tbe
Fraser group of copper and gold mines,
consisting of ten claims, situated in the
JtH Hondo district, near Amizett, Taos
ouniy, for tl25,000, f 100,000 in cash
find f 35,000 in the syndicate's stock.
"- a .rrf
0. & Sing, Water Valley, kisi., buna by
Ayer's Sarsaparllla
"Ifot Dye yours, I suffered untold misery
from niasoulur rheumatism. 1 tried every
known remedy, consulted the best pliysl
clans, visited Hot Springs, Ark., thine times,
pending Stooe there, besides doctors' bills;
hut could obtain only temporary relief. Sly
flesh was wasted away io that I weighed
only ninety-three pounds; my left iirm and
leg were drawn out of shape, the muscles
an irijiiwyo"':-''
being twisted up In knots. I was unable to
dress myselt, except with assistance, nnd
could only hobble about by using a cane. I
had no appetite, and was iissurod, by the
doctors, that I eould not live. The pains, at
times, were so awful, that I Could procure
relict only by means of hypodcrmlo Injec
tions of morphine. I had my limbs bandaged
In clay, In sulphur, In poultices; but these
gave only temporary relief. After trying
everything, and suffering the most awful
tortures, I began to take Ayer's Sarsaparllla.
Inside of two months, I was able to walk
without a cane. In three months, my limbs
began to strengthen, and In the course of a
year, I was cured. My weight has Increased
to 165 pounds, and I am now able to do my
full day's work as a railroad blacksmith."
The Only World's Fair Sarsaparllla.
AVER'S PILLS cure Headache.
Albuquerque bicyclists will arrange to
tin the third annual run of tbe Coconino
cycling club from Flagstaff to tbe
Grand Canyon, August 19 h to 22J.
Cure (or Headiche.
As a remedy for all forms of head
ache, Eiectrio Bitters has proved to be
the very best. It t ffects a permanent
cure and the most dreaded habitual
sick headaches yield to its Influence.
We urge all who are afflicted to pro
cure a bottle, and give this remedy a
fair trial. In cases of habitual consti
pation, Eiectrio Bitters cures by giving
the needed tonio to the bowels, and
few cases long resist the use of
his medicine. Try it once. Prices
50 cents and $1 00. Get a bot
tle at Murphey-Van Petten Drug Co's ,
Las Vegas and East Las Vegas, and at
wholesale by the Browne & Manza-
narcs Co.
Will Tcwner, of Springer, has sue.
cessfully undergone the operation on
his lower lip, and is getting along
Mrs Rbodid Noah, cf this place, was
taken in tbe night with cramping pains
and the next day diarrhoea set in. She
took half a bottle of blackberry cordial
but got no relief. She then sent to me
to see if I bad anything that would
help her. I sent her a bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and the first dose relieved
her. Another of our neighbors bad
been sick for about a week and had
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 he owes bit recovery to this won
derful remedy. Mrs. Mary Sibley, Sid
ney, Mioh.- For sale by K. D. Good
all, Depot drag store. - .
Charles Paston, of Bland, has
lately recovered from a serious period
of sickness.
Be sure to get Simmons Liver Regu
lator for your spring medioine. It's
the old reliable that did the old folks
so much good. Don't let anyone per
suade you to take anything else instead.
You can always tell Simmons Liver
Regulator by the red Z on the package.
Don't forget the word Regulator
Simmons Liver Regulator better than
anything else, and sura to do you
W. J. Sickles has accepted the posi.
tion in J. N. Broyles' " store, at San
Maroial, left vacant by tbe departure
of T. J. HaflJ y.
, ,' ii . " usni.aw..
Will Not Perform Miracles
But It Will Cure.
cures nervous prostration. Not mi
raculously, but scientifically, by first
removing tbe germa of dlsoaso, and then
supplying healthy nerve food, increasing
the appetite, helping digestion and strength
ening tbe entire system. Desperate cases
require prolonged treatment as shown by
that of Mrs. M. B. Reed, of Delta, Iowa, who
writes: "As tbe result of allghtning stroke,
tbe physicians said I had a light stroke of
paraly,,;, my limbs would all draw up. I
Dr. MUes'
WOUia jaave tarouuiugB
ill my chest that oocmed
unendurable). For three
months I could not sleep
and for three weeks did
net close my eyes. I
prayed for "deep, and
folt that If mlhjf did not come I wcuM be
dead or Insane, I took Or, Miles' Restora
tive Kervlne and tho second night slept two
hours and from that time on my health im
proved f slowly at first, but steadily and
sure!?. I took In all 0 bottles, and I cannot
express how grateful I am, for I am now
perfectly well, and bove taken no medicine
for over four months." Dr. Miles' Narylne
Is sold by druggists on guarantee that first
bottle benefits or money refunded.
Book on heart and nerves free. Dr. Miles
Medical Co., Elkhart, lad.
. .. !
i iii, 1 1. I (J. I nil,
tr. (kt-mM.,..i.., rntKtrlM, leh
nrtVillu, ii!., asjii: To)r. King's Net
Dlsoovery t own my lift., Was taken
with In Uripjiu nnd t riml nil the physi
cians fur iiillt s nl) nit, but of no avail
ami was given tip nn'l told I oould not
live. Ilavinj,' Dr. King's New Discov
ery in my store, I sent for a bottle and
began its uso and fioni the first doso
begun to get better, and afler using
turee Domes, was up nnd about again
it is worth i:s weight in gold. We
won't keip ti'cvo er hr.uso without it."
Got a free trial bol t Id ut Murphey-Van
I'etten Ding Co's. drug stores, Las
Vegas and East Las Vegas; at whole
sale by Browne & Mnnzanarcs Co.
Fred Sweet, Willie Howard and Ed.
Montgomery have departed from San
Marcial to trjiy ihu solitude and
bcauly of the mountain resorts.
Do you luc k fith and love bealtbP
Let us establish your faitb and restore
yrur health with Da .Witt's Sarsapa
rilla. Winters .Drug Co.
Wm. M. Oiivur, of Uaton, has writ
ten a friend I hero tbat he will be In
San Martial to spend a couple of days
on or about July 2fth.
"Wake tip, Jacob, day is breaking!"
so said l)e W i t's Little Early Risers to
tbe in in who had taken them to arouse
his sluggir.il liver. Winters Drug Co.
Mls Allio Watkins left San Marcial
(or White Oiks, on a vUlt to her
brother, over ibero. s
F5S the pood word along the line.
Piles can be quickly cured without an
oporatiou by etniply opplyi&g DeWitt's
W Itch Il ia. I S:ilve. niters Drug Co
The IJlosfburg Methodist church
gave a ba.ket picnio at the Blossburg
Pure blood means good health. De
Witt's Sarsnparilla purities the blood,
cures Eruptions, Erstma, Scrofula and
all diseases timing fro in impure blood.
Winters Drug Co.
.Tempr.raiy Chairman Daniel, o( the
lemocruiic national ommittee, is a
cousin of 1). S. Millar, of Lake Valley.
We arc anxious to do a little good in
this world and can thiuk of no pleas
anter or better way to do it than by
recommending One Minute Cough Cure
as a prfventiveot pueumoma,consump-
tion and other serious lung troubles
that follow neglected colds. Winters
Drug Co.
Tbe Pcrcba ru ill was sold at sheriff's
sale in llillsboro, on Monday.
it would bo uura to convince a man
suffering from bilious colic tbat bis
ngony is due to a tnk'robe with an un
pronourcable name. But one dose of
PeWiit's Colic & Cholera Cure wi;
convince l.im of its power to afford in
stunt relief. It kills pain. Winters
Drug Co.
S. G. Southwick returned to Raton,
after a three. months stay in California.
Small in siza, but great in results.
DeWitt's Little Kirly Hisers act gently
but thoroughly, curing indigestion,
dyspepsfi nnd constipation. Small
pill, Site pill, best pill. Winters Drujr
J. V. E-lRiionr opened his new sa
loon for bu-iness at Springer.
Persons who have a coughing spell
every night, on account of a tickling
sensation in the throat, may overcome
it at once by a dose of One Minute
Cough Ctjre. Winters Drug Co.
A. W, Farriugion, of liillsboro, will
shortly renew mining operations on his
silver properties at 1 ierra B'anca.
When we consider that the in'estines
are about five times as long as the
body, we can realize the intense suffer
ing experienced when they bacome in
flamed. D, Witt's Colic & Cholera
Cure subdues lr.flttmrnation at once
and completely removes the difficulty.
Winters Drug Co.
Prof. Thurmond, of Hillsooro, has
suspended work on his deep shaft in
Mineral valley.
Eii Hill, Lumb rCity, Pa., writes:
"I have been suffering from piles for
twenty-lice years nnd thought my case
incurable. Dn Witt's Witch Hazel
Salvo was recommended to me as a
pile cure, so I bought a box and it
performed a permanent cure." This
is only ore of thousands of similar
case, hrzeni.t, sores and skin dis
eases jield quickly when it is used
Winters Dtng Co.
Geo. Iiwin and C. L. Voris became
members of the I. O. O. F. at San
To niako jour l ui'nefS pay, good
ueann is a prime laetor. lo secure
good Loiiltb, the blood should be kept
pure and vigorous by the use of Ayer's
Sarsaparilla. When ihe vital fluid is
impure and sluggish, there can be
neither health, strength, nor ambition.
J. J. rVdonia lias accepted the local
agency of the Co'umbii building and
Joan as8eciation, down ut San Mtrcial
-' " : nit? i'iket niH,
A sure cure for Blind, Bleed
eg and Itching Piles. Dr. Kirk't
Gerrran Pile Ointment has cured tht
worst casta of ten years standing b
three or four applications. No om
need suffer ten . minutes after using
Cr. Kirk's Gcrm&n Pile Ointment
Oiir pgent, Mr. Gccdnll, will warrant
every tox. Pnne 1.00. Sold at
Depot iirrrr store Las Vegas
C. F. Kumiss is building a residence
at San Marcial, W. U. Lane having the
t'ecktcn's Arnica Salve.
Tho best salve in tbe world for cuts,
bruise?, sore?, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sorrs, totter, , chapped bands, chill
blains, c-rns.and ull skin eruptions,
and positively cures piles, or no pay
required. It is guaranteed to gi7e per
fect satisfaction or ironey refunded.
Price 26 cents per box. For sale by
Murpliev Van petten Ding Co., Lftf
Vgas and East Las Vegas. At whole
sale by 13 row no & ManzanarcB Co.
fill I'hieoM of ilclrCitt for
llio Jlnillli null IMciisuro
Agun Clnra Kcsort.
Ihe Agim (Jlnra roiort Ih hitunted about
eighteen miles tiom l.n Vnnas, at the foot
oi mineral inn in tne junction of t wo pic
luietouc cnnuim, Uih liiuo nuu T'lcolote.
A beuut it nl Miiall lnko in formed opposite
ine uoiei. anr in h iiieii n a foreat of pine.
bslHnui hihI k fee trets, whlnb uinka the
plco very tnlr;itjio for those sull'erlng
from l.jiii m:d throat iliflleulUes. A free
canlu-e leu vest lit) New Optic . hotel at 3 p,
m. evMy Mon lnv, transportation bo'h
ways fui nislioit without cost to visitors.
The ho'.el i.i built und furoi.hed for ooo
veiilpuca nud comfort, and tho table is
bounti'uily su; plicil and the cooking It
ttrst-elus. 'f tin water is the best to be
bad In Neiv Mexico, unl tomes pure and
sparkling trom nirinas in the mountain
side. Ultra $a per wek. Further In for.
million ivi n at this olliee nnd at the flew
Optio hotel. W. K Ebtks,
, . i'rop. '
. Harvry'a Muuntuin Home.
This report is famous for Its comfort.
cleanliutsH, superior table, abundance of
rich milk tnn'l cienui, an well as for in un-
rivah.'d f-ciuieM and numerous near-by
points of tntoroat. The best traut Hnhlng
ia aeei risil la l y short excursions to either
brunch of tho (iaUiuau. Hermit IVuk
and grj'.id cufi in are of easy n coons. Bur
ro's are I urnihlied to Ruenta for dally
ridlnif. The lYoos Nn.:j:iul 1'nrk la within
nix miles, and ia leaehod by easy trail;
expeditio ia e..n he . outfitted and guide se
curud t tlie rnneh..
Kor ti'HUHiortution and terms, inquire of
JudKO Wooster, EiNt han Vbkb, or ad
dress. II. A. Hahvev,
' San Ignacio Resort.
The Hermitage is a now hotel situated at
the font of Hermit's Feak, on the Sapello
river, up tiinoiitf the pines. It has many
ad v;,ntt,'is not usually found at summer
resorts, a no i hotel with modern Improve
ments mm well rurniHie l rooms, a post
olllce i liv nf't at this point, and free tele
phone eonnuetiou is hiid with Las Veiras.
Tne talilo is bountifully supplied at ell
times with alt that the season affords.
(iufsts wishing to come, can telephone and
a conveyance win be sent tor them. Mates,
t7.0U per week. J. . Lujax proprietor.
Summer Mountain Resort.
The El i'orvenir roountSln reBort will
now ri'cuvo euests for the summer
The moat picturesque scenery in America,
one I1.-.U10L' ciKi Hunting:. Host oi hotel ac
commodiitions in New Mexico, For terms
for board and lodxinr;, apply to tbe Ko
uiero Mercantile Co., Las Vegas; Carriage
leaves their store, southwest corner of the
plaza, every Saturday and Tuesday mora
ine at 8 o'clock; fare for the round trip, $1,
f or runner information, call at the auove
estaDjiMnmeut. ijott.
The Park House.
Las Veens Hot Springs, N. M. We still
hnve a f . w eh ice rooms lelt for those who
Ciiiie early. The most popular house at
the aprineH. Mr. Hob lirkron, late from
tho fnt, has churgo of the kitchen; every
thing is prepared in best of style. Rates,
35 cents por raoal. Room and board $7 per
week. Tublo supplied with the best the
market affords. Kooms by the day, 60 to
75 ceuts.
Mkb. Kate Dknnis,
148-tf Manager.
To Mealth-Seckeri.
Tbe Blake Ranch, on the head of tbe Rio
Sepcilo, is now prepared to receive a limit
ed number of hoarders. This ranch is
located in the heart of the mountains, amid
tbe most beautiful scenery in the world,
where brook trout and wild game offer
ample diversion for the nimrod or anyone
seeKing out-uoor sport, it is located only
twenty-five miles from Las Vegas, and
within eight miles of the Eio Peoos, and
only three miles from tho headwaters of
tbe Rio Gallinas. Address, v .
Address Mm. J. P. Blake, Hoclada, or in
quire tor conveyances and rates of W. K
Critos, ast Las Vegas, N. M.
J. P. Blakr,
77-tf Rooiada. N. M.
William C. Vlpond, of Montana, re
turned to Santa Fe and will remain un
til utter the supreme court passes upon
the nnpeal of the convicted murderer
of his brother.
None But Aj-er's at the World's Fair.
' Ayer's Sarsaparllla enjoys the ex
traordinary distinction of having been
tbe only blood purifier allowed an ex
hibit at tho World's fair, Chicago,
Manufacturers of other Sarsapaiillas
sought by every means to obtain
showing of their goods, but they were
all turned away under tbe application
of tho rulo rorbidding the entry of
patent medicines and nostrums. The
decision of .the Woild's fair authorities
in favor of Ayer's Sarsaparllla was in
effect ns follows: "Ayer's Sarsaparilla
is not a patent medicine. It does not
belong to the list of' nostrums. It is
here on its merits " - '
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hull welcomed
bright little boy baby to their pleasant
lijpanoia homo.
If you would have an abundance of
dark, gbssy hair, if you would have 'a
claan scalp, free from dandruff and ir
ritating humors,' or if your hair is fad
ed and I'ray, aud vou would have its
na'.ural color restored, me Ayer's Hair
V'gor. It is unquestionab'y' tho best
dressing. ' ...
Santa Fe needs more than anything
else in that line, a bicycle agency,
which would keep bicycles for rent.
i. -
List summer f.'ic,of our grand chil
dren was sick with a severe boyel
trouble. O ir 'dootor's - remedies had
failed, thou we tried Chamberlain's
Colie, Cholera and Diarrhoea ltemedy,
which givo very speedy relief. We
regard it as the best medicine ever put
on the market f )r bowel complaints.
Mis. E G. Gregory, Fredericks'.own,
Mo. This certainly is the best medi
cine ever put on the market for dysen
tery, eu:i;mer complaint, colic and
ch ilera infantum in children It never
fails to give prompt relief when need
in reasonable time and the plain
printed directions are followed. Many
mothers have expressed their sincere
gratitude for the cures it has effected.
For sale by K. D. Goodall, Depot Drag
Frank ICI nor and h'8 wife passed
through Iliileboro for Kingston, from
California. -
For JOtU" Pro! ectioB. Catarrh "Cures" or
ponies for Catarrh in liquid form to be taken
Internally, usoa'.ly contain either Mercury Of
Iodide of JPotnsstt, or both, which are injur
ious if too long taken. Catarrh is a local, not
a blood disease, caused by sudden change to
cold or damp weather. It starts in the nasal
pasra;:es, affecting' eyes, cars and throat.
Cold iii tin. head causes excessive flow of
piijctu, and, if repeatedly neglect, d, the re
sults o catarrh will follow) severe pain in
the head, a roaring f ouud iq tbe ears, paq
breath, and oftentimes an offensive dis.
ehorgv. The remedy h mid lie quick to allay
Inflammation nnd heal tho membrane, Ely's
(''ream Halm in tho acknowledged cure tor
these troubles and contains no mercury
cor any injurious drt!. Price, 60 cents.
V.?4.-'Vkfcvr end lutue, the
, i Vnnirrenriiil .1 1 u n .1
nicrenriiil d Unused
I'Hiient, lwiw I hey ro
covtrctl lieullli, cdter
ful Kpiiits mid loxid
uppeiiie; they will tell
you bv lakinir Him
moks 1-tvt.H Ktou-
.A lull.
The Cheaptst. Purest and Ilfst Family
Medicine In III World I
dice, IlilioUButlackx. HICK Ili:Al)ACllK, Colic,
Depiession ut tipilitH, SOUIt blOAIACll,
Heartburn, etc, Tliis unrivulled remedy is
warranted not to conluin a HinRle purtieio of
Uekcukv, or any mineral suhstunce, but is
containing- tlioso Southern Uoots and Herbs
whicli an till-wiso Providence has placed in
countries where I.ivcr Diseases most prevail.
It will cure all Diseases caused by Derange
ment of tho l.ivcr and liunels.
The KYAII'TOMS uf l.ivcr Complaint are a
bitter or hud teste in tiio uiouth; l'uin in the
Back, Sides or Juluts, often mlstukcn for Kheu
mutisiut Sour Stnniuch; Loss uf Appctito;
Bowels a1ternut(jy cusiive and lax; Headache:
Loss of Memory, with a painful scnsuliou of
having fuiled to do snmctliinif which ought to
have been dime; Debility; Low Spirits, a thick
yellow appearance of the Skin and Kyes, a dry
Cough otten mistaken for Consumption.
Sometimes many of these symptoms attend
the disease, at others very few; but the LIVER
is generally the seat of the disease, and if not
Regulated In time, great suffering, wretched
ness and DEATH wili ensue.
The following highly esteemed persons attest
to the virtues of binunons Liver Regulator!
Gen. W. S. Holt, Pres. Go. S. W. R. R. Co.; Rev.
I. K. Felder. Perry, Ga.; Col. 15. K. Sparks, Al
Dany, Ga.j C . Masterson, Esq,. Sheriff Bibb Co.,
Ga.: lion. Alexander H. Stephens.
"Wo have tested its virtues, personally, and
know that for Dvsneosia. Biliousness and
Throbbing Headache it is the best medicine the
world oversaw. We tried forty other remedies
before Simmons Liver Regulator, hut none guve
os more than temporary relief; but tho Regu
lator not only relieved, but cured us." ho.
Tklegkapii ano Mksmkngdu, JIucon, Go.
J. H. ZUILIN & CO., Philadelphia. Pa.
W. K. Fusion, has returned to Raton
from a trip to Kansas City, aooom
panied by his father, R. J. Fusion,
wbo will locate up there.
. To prevent the hardening: of tbe
sub-cutaneous tissues of the scalp and
the obliteration of the hair follicles,
which cause baldness, use Hall's Hair
Judge Laughlin has adjourned tbe
United States court, at Santa Fe, until
tne next regular term.
Chamberlain's Congh Remedy cures
colds, croup and whooping cough. It
is pleasant, safe and reliable. For sale
by K. D. Goodall, Depot Drug Store,
C. P. Bemis and Jfamily have moved
to mater, Missouri, from Uaton.
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment
Is unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, Salt-
Kiieum, ccald Head, bore tipples, Chapped
Handsj Itching Piles, Burns, Frost Bites,
Chronic Sore Eyes and Granulated Eye Lids.
for sate by uruggists at lo cents per box.
For putting a horse in a fine healthy con
dition try Dr. Cady's Condition Powders.
lhey tone up the system, aid digestion, onre
loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correct
kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving
uew rue io an oiu or over-wornea norse. ZO
cents per package. For sale by druggists.
Gov. Thornton
have returned to
and J. W. Akers
Santa Fe from in
some mining properties in
Las Vegas Roller Mill,
J. K. SMITH, Prop'r.
Location: On the hot springs branch rail
way, East Las Vegas, New Mexico.
Your Patronage Solicited
Montezuma Restaurant
Center St., East Las Vegas.
Best Twenty-five Cent
Meals in Town.. .... .
Tables supplied with everything; ths mar
ket affords. Patronage solicited.
Florist and Landscape Gaifaer.
Cut flowers always on hand.
10 S8pmi Chicago
10 30pm
7 30 im
8 00am
11 8'iami
i 2Spm Kansas City
4 27pm
9 16pm
11 'tlpm
8 00Dm
n supm
Colo. Hpr'gs
11 COpm
7 25pm.
1 10pm
8 46am
8 16am
10 50pm
9 (i6pm
lu lupm
1 2 07am,
santa re
2 06amj
10 46am
111 40am
1 Paso
11 OOaml
10 00am
9 10am Gallup
1 65pm Wlnslow
40DEnl Flaertsff
2 35pmi
9 am
7 27" ml
7 OOaml
6 05pm Los Angeles
10 45amSqnFrancls 6 30pm
Arrive Dally.
6:55 d
5:25p ;
Arrive Dally.
Leave IDally.
Nos, 1 and 2, Paclflc and Atlantic express
have Pullman palace drawing-room ears,
toartst sleeping cars and coaohes between
Chicago and Los Angeles, San Diego and
San Franclsoo, and Pullman palace
cars and coaches between Chicago and the
City ot Mexico, K. Oopklakd,
Gen. Agent, Rl Paso, Tex.
. W. R Bbownb,
T. F. A P. A., El Paso.Tex.
Cbas.P Jones.
Agent, Las Vegas, N.M.
703 701 card NO. 1 TOJ 7.04
S:00p9:80a Las Vegas 2:15p4:80p
S:OBp 9:35a Ilrl1Ke St. 2:IOp 4-251)
3:18p l.iHa Upper L. V. l:57p 4 12p
8:25p 9:550 Placlta l:50p4:05p
i :80p 10: a Hot Springs 1 :46p 4 :00p
,'.V--' -s "VV'!'''.1 I
;v-Wv:;-:. . ... -'zAW-
news of every class Wm'M
.any olner Uenvcr
. TV -i.-.'.
f mm
Barber Shops.
; Tonsorlal Parlors,
Center Street.
Bon-ton, St. Louis, Long Branch, rr und
senator, ana rouna, square ana -Dox pom
padour a specialty.
. Center Street,
O. L.Gregory, Prop
Only (killed workmen employed. Hot
ana coia oaths in connection.
Sixth street and Grand avenue
Dry Clooda.
II. Romero, Manager,
South Side Flasa
County Surveyor.
omce, room l, city Hall.
Physicians aud Burgeons.
Las Vegas, N. M. Office hours:
l'Ja. m., ii to 4 p. m., 7 to8 p. m.
11 to
Malboeuf building, up stairs.
Attorn eys-at-law.
bulldlng.east side of plaza, Las Vet-as,
N. M. ' 132.3m
Office in Union block. Sixth street.
Fas'! Las Vegas, N. M.
Santa re. N. II. f P. O. Box v. Prac
tices In the sunreme court and all dlstrlr.t
courts of the Territory. Special attention
(riven to Soanlsh and Mexican errant titles
anu mining nugaiion.
man's block. East Las Veros, N. U.
jla. uot water ana not air,
drainage. --Ssst Las Vegas, I
. M.
Western Division.
Condens d Tima Table No. 38.
J. W. Relnhart. John J. McCook.
In effect Sunday, August 5th, 1895.
6 00 pi
10 00 p
1 55 p
7 00 p
10 80 p
8 30 a
6 00 p
8 80 p
2 65 p
9 00 a
4 S5a
4 08 a
3 40 a
12 20 a
11 06 p
8 45 p
6 55 p
5 40 p
12 30 p
9 10 a
4 00 p
6 40 a
Kansas City
Denver .
Flags taft
Ash Fork
The Needles
ILos An geles
1 ma
5 15 p
3 46 a
8 15 p
8 85 p
8 05 p
2 20 p
10 40 a
9 85 a
7 27 a
6 05a
4 60a
I m p
18 10 p
i 40 P
4 68 p
5 SW p
8 10 p
9 00 D
8 06 a
8 25 a
9 10 a
12 80 p
1 no p
4 20 p
6 OOp
11 28 p
12 60 a
1 65 a
5 48 a
7 40 p
1 55 a
4 40a
8 26a
11 82 p
7 60a
9 20 a
8 61 p
7 25 p
2 55 p
2 10 p
10 00 a
8 30 a
1 40 p
t 10 P
U 45 a
8 45 a
B 20a
2 20 p
8 00 p
10 00 a
6 06 p
7 roa
8 80 p
8 00 p
8 SO p
10 43
10 46 a
Summer or Winter.
The Santa Fe route Is the mint cnmfnrta.
ble railway between California and the
The mealr at Harvey's Dining Rooms are
an excellent teature of the line.
The Grand Canon of the Colorado can be
reached In no other way, ,
Gen. Pass. Agent, L-s Angeles, Cat ,
O, H, 8PEKK8,
Asst. Gen. Pass. A Kent. Ran Francisco
Geo. H, Hutchison & Co.
Real Estate,
Mines, and
For Sale or Lease.
and Builder.
Office next
AHc & Facie
door west ot
Thb Optic,
fc! KXKjnivIaI. i.kauuk itcgelnr n ietin
O Second Tuesday evening ol each month
at I. o. O. V. bull.
It. J. lfAMri.TftM rma
N. 1)
ItosniiEitiii, soc'y.
I. O. O. F.
T.il XKGAS I?'"K No. 4, meets every
AJMonduy evening nt tbelr hall, Sixth
tiMSlu . . T1""."1 brethren are cordlallr
invited to attend.
T. w. Flbok , Seo'y.
A. T, ltcoms. N. Q.
A. O. V. W.
T-VIAMONI) LODGE No. 4, meets rtrst and
4n,r? Tue,dfty evalnge each month In
wymon Hlock, Douglas avenue. VUltlag
brethron are cordially Invited.
J. Tiiohkiull. M. W.
r p.
who. W. Noitg.Uecoiiler
llERZoo. Financier.
K. of P.
Ir,n lf?nA,n,? J OVGE No. 1, moets st tbelr
, LYu.''.tle.lla11 ,n t,,e ClementJilock, coiner
oi sixth street nnd (imnd avenue, over tbe
San Miguel National Ilank, every Thursday
evonlug Vleiting members of the aider
always welooute.
, T . R. 0. Lammobs, O. 0.
L. J. IIAHCDS, E. 0 H. A B.
D EAGLE TEMPLE, No. 1, Bathbone 81s
terS Of VflW Mnvlm . , . ......
iVnu?uS!l?'ST,en,lnPof eat,' month, at
?flo;.,t,,f,t K ,f i ,Iu11j Knst L Vegas. N.
M. Visiting sisters of the order always
Mag, M. E. Wjihams, u. e. b.
A. Tf. AIM,
rhanman r.n.-lu. Un m .
third Ihursday evenings of each month.ln
the Masonic temple. Visiting brethren ars
fraternally Invited.
J. Mcmcllek, W. M.
Las Veims Rnvni i.nh nhAta. n a
Regular Convocations, flrnfc M.m.la i..
rnonth. Visiting cnrnnanlons fraternally
Invited. l D. WLiin. B. n. P
Las Vegas Commandery
No. a. Regnlai
TllAfiflnv Mih
communication, second
month visiting Knights cordially wel
corned. g. A. Eoiuota. ..
J" AS VEGAS COUNCIL NO. 2, Royal and
Select Masters. Regular convocation
third Mondav of each month. Snn..m... m
Masonic temple. gbo. T. Gould,
W. A. UOTllUUB, T. J.M
Masons visiting tbe city are cordtallj in
vited to attend these bodies.
Eastern Star
Eegnlsr communion tions seoond andfoortb
Thursday evenings.
Miss Ltzzik Bowmbb, Worthy Matron,
A. F. Khnediot. Worthy Patron.
Mrs. Emma Benedict, Treasurer.
All vlsltlne brothers and nlqfuro nnrrtlall
invited. MBS. Mattib Mdrkat. Secretary.
John Shank, President.
K. Jj. M. Ross, Vice-President.
J. B. Moore, Sec'y aud Treas.
V.H. Jameson, Manager,
L. O. Jameson.
Lis Mn TelejMn Co.
Cor. Man-anares and Lincoln Aves.
East Las Vegas, N. M.
Electric Door Bells, Burglar
Alarms and Private Telephones pu
n at reasonable rates.
Succsssor to J. S. Elston,
Un aii Sip Pilii
Glazing, Paper Hanging, Etc.
Opposite Express
Practical Horseshoor,
General Blaonsmithlng, Wagon and
Carriage Repairing, neatly and
promptly done .
Opposite Browne & Mansanares Co.,
Martin & Howard,
Contractors & Bnilflers.
Elam and specifioations furnished
free to patrons. Shop next door to
Housrbton'a Hardware Store.
. O. olxlott.
Job Work and Repairing, House Mov
ing and liaising a Specialty.
Manufacturer of
And dealer In
Heavy HordwarH,
Every kind of wagon; material on hand
Horseshoeing and repairing a specialty
brand and Manzanares Avenues, Kast La
Claim Agent
Indian depredation Claims a
Hill U TTItfr A in r, t tvi n
dett, Thompson A 1 aw, Washington, fa. O.,
are associated with me in cases before tbe
Court nl Claims.
Street Railway,
JOHN SHANK, Manager.
Cars every fifteen minutes, from 8. a. m.
to 8 p. in.
200 tickets for $5.00
100 tickets for 3.50
85 t.ieketa for Sl.00
Job Printing
Of every description
executed with neatns
and despatch
At tlis Cttic JotEoGms

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