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fHE DAILY OPTIC
Cost Las Vegas, New Mexico
SAN MIGUEL COUNTY.
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I Extract! from Oar Exchanges.)
Sam Hugh bas oommenoed boxing
nil eariy peacnes, over at farming
ion.
Miss Maud Dorsey agala presides at
the delivery window ol the Socorro
postoffloe.
Charles Burns and wife ani Miss
Maggie returned to Raton from a trip
to uemame.
Juanita Cordova, wife of Jose Mad
ril, aged about twenty-nine years, died
op at union.
Tbe Woman's Guild; of Eddy, will
meet with Mrs. Ballard, Friday, August
..4 in, at 2 p. in.
- Dr. L. E. Klttrell, of Socorro, went
to Kelly tbe firsts of tbe week, to be
gone a week or ten days.
Tbe damaged flume of the Coolidge
ditch in San Juan oounty is repaired,
and water again id tbe ditch.
A. L. Strauss and S. (J. Meek are
looking after the construction of tbe
Blavasclil building at Sooorro.
Mrs. H. R. Ye well, wife of Lieut
Yewell, who was east the past few
months, has returned to Albuquerque.
Navajo Bill, of Farmington, has
' gone to Denver to arrange to take over
150 Navajo braves to the festival next
fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Walsh, residing on
South Third street, Albuquerque, will
leave in a few days for southern Call,
fornia.
Tbos K. Lawres, at Albuquerqeu,
bought a bouse and lot on east Lead
avenue of Mrs. A. R. Lowe; consider
ation, 91,000.
Dr. J. F. Pearce and family moved
into their nandiome brick residence,
just completed on west Gold avenue,
Albuquerque.
Local showers have prevailed
throughout Colfax county the past
week; crops and range grass are in
fine condition.
Hon. J. D. Monihan, the popular
mayor of Phoenix, A. T., has the thanks
of the New Mexican for a box of fine
Malaga grapes.
Henry Foetisoh, of tbe First Nation
al bank, left Albuquerque for St. Cata
lina island, California, where he will
enjoy his vacation.
Down at Socorro, the two-weeks old
infant son of A. F. Ka'zanstein passed
into the world beyond. Tbe parents
feel their loss keenly.
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Mahoney left
Albuquerque for southern California.
Mr. Mahoney wa? formerly engineer on
the Atlantio & Pacific.
Miss Rose McArdle and mother, who
have been vi sitiog at their former
home, Rockford, 111., the past month,
arrived home in Raton.
Monday, at Lemitar, Senorita Josa
fita, daughter of Jose Armijo y Vigil,
was married to Senor Luis Montoya,
Rev. Father Brun officiating.
W. J. Kirkland and a friend, being
two ranchmen, old residents of the St.
. Charles, Colo., came down to Farm
ington to look up a location.
M. T. Moriarty, of Chilili, brought
in 13,000 pounds of wool to Santa Fe,
wbicb he sold to Levi Hughes for Mo
Lean & Co , at 8a cen's per pound.
vMr. and Mrs. Sam Cartwright and
niece, Missruinier, left Santa re for
- Monument rock, where they will occu
py tbe Perry cabin for several weeks.
Miss Lillian Smith, in charge of the
, Santa Fe Mercantile ojmpany's mi.lin
ery department, received a telegram
, announcing the death of her mother at
; Caldwell, has.
v In a few days grapes will be shipped
from the vineyards of Eddy to Texas
- markets. The crop of grapes is fine,
ome of the vines having from fifty to
one hundred pounds.,
. Mrs. Fred Gack and little daughter,
Freda, and Miss Clara F. Crane, of
Dallas, Texas, sisters of Miss Nellie
Price Crane, arrived in Santa Fe, and
will spend the summer there.
'' Judge A. White, of Jewett, San
Juan county, left fir the mountains in
search of health. The judge will visit
Ileriuosa and Pagosa Springs, where
be will take a course of bathing.
Miguel Gorman has completed tak
ing tbe school census of the city of San
ta Fe for the board of education. The
results show 1,168 person of school
age, a gain of 187 over last year. .
Miss Ruth Wier, one of the most
; popular young ladies that ever visited
Sinta Fe, has returned to her home at
L Porte, InJ., much to the regret of
many admiring friends over there.
The new Spanish newspaper pub
' Jitbed in Sooorro is evidently opposed
: to any and all tbe present incumbents
in tbe county offices on tbe ground
ihat tfcere are others who need filling
, County Commissioner J F. Ruff aer
Is quite bu;y these days investigating
damages clone to oriages on uouax
county roads by tbe recent heavy rains,
and having same repaired as fast as
possible.
Sister Victoria has returned to Santa
Fe from Cincincati. The question of
rebuilding the sanitarium is still under
consideration, but it is thought that do
steps will be taken for the present in
this direction.
T. M. Fulcuer and sons have just
finished baying tbe first crop of 150
acres of alfalfa over at Ln Plata, San
Juan county. They will have a short
vacation and then commence again.
There is no shortage in tbehay crop.
The town board of trustees met at
' Eddy, and elected J. E. Laverty mayor
pro tern., to fill the vaoancy caused by
.the resignation of Dr. Kmsioger, for
i the time intervening between now and
special election which will ba called
.shortly.
A.B. Simons, formerly agent for
the Atobison railway at Demlog, witb
his wife and children, passed through
Albuquerque on bis way east. Mr.
Simons recently baoama famous by the
record be made on a bike, and be was
.at onoa offered a good position with a
bioyoie establishment in tbe east,
svbiob be accepted, and then resigaed
&is position with the railroad, company.
CANCER CUREO
-AND A
LIFE SAVED
By the Persistent Use of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
"I was troubled for years with a
sore on my kneo, which several
physicians, who treated me, called a
cancer, assuring mo that nothing
could be done to save my life. As
a last resort, I was induced to try
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and, after tak
ing a number of bottles, the sore
i
began to disappear and my general
health improve. I persisted in this
treatment, until the sore was en
tirely healed. Since then, I use
Ayer's Sarsaparilla occasionally as
a tonic and blood-purifier, and, in.
deed, it seems as though I could not
keep house without it." Mrs. S. A.
Fielps, Bloomfield, Ta. .
AYER'S
The Only World's Fair Sarsaparilla.
Ayer's Pills Regulate the Liver
Henry Jones, John Craig and Will
Brueggeman left Raton for the Urac
mining district.
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
City, 111 , was told by her doctors she
had Consumption and that there was
no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr.
King's New Dlacovry completely cured
her and she says it saved her life. Mr.
Thos. Eggors, 139 Florida St., San
Franoisoo, suffered from a dreadful
cold, approaching Consumption, tried
without result everything else, thee
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 tbe wondorful efficacy of
his medicine in Coughs and Colds.
Free trial bottles at Murphey-
VanPetten Drug Co's. drug stores, Las
Vegas. and East Las Vegas; at whole
sale by Browne & Manzanarea Co.
Regular size oOo. and f 1.00.
Mrs. L. A. Ohmer. of Omaha. Neb..
is at Raton, visiting her parents, Mr.
ana oars. u. u. waaouiei.
Many a day's work is lost by sick
headache, caused by indigestion and
stomach troubles. DeWitt's ' Little
Early Risers are tbe most effectual pill
for overcoming such difficulties. Win.
ters Drug Co.
The celebrated Leadville Blues, the
champions of Colorado, will be at Al
buquerque the coming Friday, Satur
day and Sunday, August 7th, 8th and
9th.
Mrs. Rbodie Noah, of this place, was
taken in the 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 Bee 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 recovety to this won
derful remedy. Mrs. Mary Sibley, Sid
ney, Mich. For sale by E. D. Good
all, Depot drug store.
A man measuring 7 feet 4 inches ar
rived in Albuquerque from the west
the other night, took supper with Ben
Manger at Harvey's and continued on
to Bitter Creek, up in Colorado.
Ministers Should Use
Dr.' Miles' Heart Cure.
THEEB 13 NO PROFESSION, Whoso
labors so severely tax tbe nervous sys
tem, as that of tbe ministry. The de
rangement of tbe nerve centers ot tbe brain
by ever work, frequently brings on attacks
of hoart trouble, and nervous prostration.
Est. J. P. Eeatcr, M. D., Pastor U. B.
church, London Mills, Ills., himself a physi
cian, writes Feb. 2G, 1803: "Heart affection
sud nervous prostration had become so
serious last fall that a little over work in
the pulpit would W completely prostrate me
Tr 1Vnifc' tnat Spmed certain I
VI lUUtd must relinquish tha work
WMft Plire of tbo ministry entlnely.
UWU Heart DalDltatlon became
Restores auditors
wonia tin m i om pu.
iicSilfl.... bave heart disease. Last
November I commenced taking Dr, Miles'
New Heart Cure altsmatoly witb Pr. Miles'
Nervine and derived tbe greatest possible
benefit. I have just closed revival work of
10 weeks, preaching nearly every night and
twice on the Sabbath. I can speak for hours
:t sufferlnz sa I fonrrIy O'.o: Ham
working ministers should keep Dr. Miles'
grand remedies on hand."
Zr. Milos' neart Cure Is sold on guarantee,
first bottle will benefit or money refunded.
Old Peoplt.
Old people who require medioma to
regulate tbe bowtls and kidneys will
find the true remedy in Elootrlo Bitters.
inis meuioine aoej not stimulate and
contains no whlskv nor other lhtoxl
oant, but aots as a tonlo and alterative.
It acta mhdiy on the stomach and
bowels, addinir strength and clvlrv
. .. " o O O
tone to tne organs. tnereDv aiding Ma.
ture Inthe performance i f tbe func.
lions. iieotno uittera is an exoe ent
ppetizer and aids digestion. Old Pea
pie find it lust exactlv what thev need
Price fifty cents and f 1.00 per bottle at
m . w r - . . ' .
uurpnsy.van rotten urug uo's., Las
Vegas and East Las Vegas, and at
wnoiesaie or me urownea raanzanaros
John CoullosoD and Henrietta Leon
ard were married by Judge Crawford,
at me city nan at Albuquerque.
It doesn't matter muoh whether sick
headache, biliousness, indigestion and
oonstlpation are caused by neglect or
by unavoidable circumstances : Pe
Witt's Little Early Risers will speedily
cure mem an. winters mug vo.
After an extended visit in Raton
Miss Viola Bracket! left that plaoe for
her home near Maxwell City.
DeWitt's SarsaDarilla is prepared
for cleansing tbe bloi d from impurl
ties and disease. It does this and
more. It builds up and strengthens
constitutions impaired by disease. It
recommends itself. Winters Drug Co
I. M. Burnett, of Fort Worth.arrivcd
in Eddy. He is a brlckmason and is
working on tbe sugar faotory.
Tba whole system is drained and un
dermined by indolent ulcers and open
sores DeWitt's Witch UezA Salve
speedily heals them. It is the best pile
oure known. Winters Drue Co.
Miss Augusta Raitbel returned to
Deming from a three months' visit
among friends in California.
Theories of cure may be discussed
at length by physicians, but the suffer
ers want quick relief, and One Minute
Cough Cure will give it to them. A
safe cure for children. It is "the only
barm less remedy that produces imme
diate results." Winters Drug Co.
Moae Lewis and family are in Ros-
well on a visit, and are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. A. 15. Liles.
If you have ever seen a little child in
tbe agony of summer complaint, you
can realize the danger of the trouble
and appreciate tbe value of instantane.
ous relief always afforded by DeWiit's
Uolic & Cholera Cure, tor dysentery
and diarrhoea it is a reliable remedy
We oould not afford to recommend
this as a cure unless it were a cure.
Winters Drug Co.
At the Richmond" mine at Hills
boro, the leasing force was consider
ably increased last week.
Six weeks ago I suffered with a very
severe cold; was almost unable to
speak. My friends all advised me to
consult a physician. Noticing Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy advertised in
the St. Faul Volks Zeitunq, I procured
a bottle, and after taKing it a short
while was entirely well. I now most
heartily recommend this remedy to
anyone suffering witb a oold. Wm.
Keil, 678 Selby avenue, St. Paul,
Minn. For sale by K. D. Goodall, De
pot drug store.
Mrs. Leona Pollock of Roswell, is
spending a month at Eden Valley, with
her sister, Mrs. Corn. i
Poison Ivy, inseot bites, bruises,
scalds, burns, are quickly cured by De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, the great
pile cure. Winter's Drug Co.
Volney Hall, claim agent for the
Texas A Pacifio, visited his neioe, Mrs.
M. B. Sharp at Eddy.
t Wake up your liver, but be sure yon
take Simmons Liver Regulator to do It
with it will do it every time and do
it so well that you'll feel wonderfully
refreshed and strengthened . It is
Simmons Liver Regulator that does it.
There is only one Simmons Liver Reg.
uiator, and you'll Know it by the red
on the package. Take nothing else
and you'll be sure to get all the good
health promised.
" Mrs. C. B. Collins, of Baldy, is in
Raton, visiting with Mrs. Walter King.
To restore gray hair to its natural
color as in youth and cause it to grow
abundant and strong there is no better
preparation than Hall's Hair Renewer.
H. E. Finney, the well-known piano
toner, will be in Socorro in a few days.
"Boys will be boys," out you
sffcrd to loss Suj of them. Be
can't
oa reaav
for the green apple season by having
ue will's lone & (Jooiera cure in tbe
bouse, Winter's Drug Co.
Mrs. Fred Burt, of Kansas, is al
Raton visiting her mother, Mrs. J. F.
Delong. .
Piles, Piles files.
A sure cure for Blind, Bleed
iog and Itching Piles. Dr. Kirk's
German Pile Ointment baa 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. Pnce fl.00. Sold at
Depot drue store Las Vecrai
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
M. M. Pacbeco, aged three months,
died at Elkins, Colfax county.
I' Bucklsn's Arnica Sal v.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, uloers, salt rheum, fover
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
feet satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 26 cents per box. For sale by
Morphey-Van Petten Drug Co., Lai
Vsgas and East Las Vegas. At whole.
ale by Browne St Manxanareg Co
Mia Mahal Fnv. hnnkbonnei at 1 ha
grocery store of F. F. Trotter, Albu-;
querque, is arranging to visit frloods at
Winklta- Kanaxs I
" "-(
MOUNTAIN KESORTS.
beautiful Tlaces of Retreat for
the Health and Pleasure
Seeker.
Agua Clara Resort.
Tb. Agua Clara report Is situated about
el(hteen mile, from Las Vega., at the foot
or Mineral mil at insinnctlon of two Die
turesque cations, the blue and Tocolnte.
A beautiful .mall. lake is formed opposite
ids niiiei, aunui woico is a (ort.i or pine
balsam and spruce trees, which make tba
place very doolrable for tho Buffering
irotniuneauQ uiroai aiincume. A ires
carriage leaves the New uptlo botal at 3 p.
m. every Monday, transportation ho'h
ways fuinlsbed without cott to visitor.,
Tbe hotel is built and furoiabed for eon-
veulenoa and comfort, and tbe to bit Is
bountifully supplied and tba cooking I.
flrst-olass. Tbe water is tba best to be
bad In New Mexico, and come pure and
sparkling from springe lu the mountain
side. Hates (0 per week. Further infor
matlon (riven at tbfs oHIea and at the New
uptlo hotel. W. 15, ESTs,
' - rrop.
Harvey's Mountain Home.
This resort is famous tor its comfort.
cleanliness, superior table, abundance of
rico inns: and oream, as well a. for its un
rivaled scener and numerous bear-by
points of interest. Tbe best trout flsbing
is accessible by short excursions to either
branch of tba Usllinas. Hermit Peak
and grand cation are of easy access. Bur
ro's are furnished to guests for daily
riding. Tbe Pecos National Park is within
rix miles, aud is reached by easy trail;
expeditions can be outfitted and guide se-
mtpAH nt. ha p.nrh
For transportation and terms, inquire ot
judge wooster, jiiaBt Las Veins, or ad
dress. a. A. Harvey.
San Ignaclo Resort.
The Hermitage is a new hotel situated at
the foot of Hermit's Poak, on tbe Sapelio
river, up among tne pines, it bas many
advantages not usually found at summer
resorts, a good notel witn modern improve
ments and well furnished rooms, a post
office is located at this point, and free tele
phone connection is bad witb Las Vegas.
Tbe table Is bountifully supplied at all
times with all that the season affords.
Guests wisbiog to come, can telephone and
a conveyance will be sent for them. Rates,
$7.00 per week. J. V . Ll'JAit Proprietor.
Summer Mountain Resort.
Tbe El Porvenir mountain resort will
now receive guests lor tbe summer.
Tbe most picturesque scenery in America,
Sne fishing and bunting. Best of hotel ac
commodations in New Mexico. For terms
for board and lodging, apply to the Ro
mero Mercantile Co., Las Vegas. Carriage
leaves their store, southwest corner of the
plaza, every Saturday and Tuesday morn
ing at 8 o'clock; fare for the round trip, $1.
For rurtner information, call at the above
establishment, 30tf.
The Park House.
Las Vegas Hot Springs, N. M. We still
bave a few choice rooms lett for those who
come early. Tbe most popular bouse at
toe-spring. Mr. Bob Brlcton, late from
tbe east, bas charge of the kitcben; every
thing is prepared in best of style. Rates,
35 cents per meal. Room and board (7 per
week. Table supplied with the best the
market affords. Rooms by the day, 60 to
76 cents.
Mrs. Katb Dennis,
148-tf Manager.
To Health-Seekers.
The Blake Ranch, on tbe head of tbe Rio
Sapelio, is now prepared to receive a limit
ed number of hoarders. This ranch is
located In tbe heart of the mountains, amid
the most beautiful scenery in the world,
where urook trout ana una game offer
ample diversion for tbe nimrod or anyone
seeking out-door sport. It is located only
cwenty-nve miles irom Las vegas, ana
within eight miles or tne tuo recos, ana
only three miles from the headwaters of
tne Klo uaiilnas. Aaaress,
Address Mrs. J. P. Blake, Roolada. or in
quire for conveyances and rates of W. K
Crites, Bast Las Vegas, N. M.
' J. r. rJLAKB,
77-tf Rociada, N. it.
Fin 6: Murray bas been appointed
foremen of the Ringer & King Cattle
company down at Hillsboro. ' Al Shep
ard has been appointed foreman of the
Las Animas Cattle company in the
same neighborhood.
Sinoe 1878 there ..have been nine
epidemics of dysentery in different
parts of tbe country in which Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy was used with perfect success
Dysentery, when epidemic, is almost
as severe and dangerous as Asiatic
cholera. ' Heretofore the best efforts of
the most skilled physicians have failed
to check i's ravages, this -remedy,
however, bas cured the most malign
ant cases, both of children and adults,
and under the most trying conditions,
which proves it to be , the best medi
cine in tbe world for bowel complaints.
For sale ; by K.; D. , Goodall, Depot
Drugstore. .
Wm. Sims, Jim Burns and 1 Zir-
ing left Raton for Hematite and adja
cent iliiuiug districts, iu be gone about
two weeks. ...
- My little boy, when two years of age.
was taken very ill with bloody flux. I
was advised to use Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera-and Diarrhoea Remedy, and
luckily procured part of a bottle. I
carefully read the directions and gave
it accordingly. He was very low, but
slowly and surely he began to improve,
gradually recovered, and is now as
stout and strong as ever. I feel sure
it saved his life. I never can praise
the remedy half its worth. I am sorry
every one in the world does not know
bow good it is, as I do Mrs. Lma S.
Hinton, (irabamsville, Marion Co.,
Florida. For sale by K. D. Goodal,
Depot drug store. ,
Mrs. Turner and ohildreh, who were
at Albuquerque on a briet visit to Mrs.
K. J. Sayne, mother of Mrs. Turner,
left that place for Munioe, Ind. Tbe
lady and children were seen safely on
the train by a number of friends.'
If dull, spiritless and stupid; If your
blood is thick and slugg'Sh; If your
appetite is capricious and uncertain.
You need a Sarsaparilla. nor best
results take DeWitt's. It recommends
itself. Winters Drug Co.
Tbe Frar,k Cbavez denx.crat'o c ub
of Santa Fe bas reoeived its charter
from the headquarters of the national
association of democratic clubs.
For your Protection. Catarrh "Cures" or
Tonics for Catarrh in liquid form to be taken
internally, usually contain either Mercury or
Iodide of Potassa, or both, which are injur-
ous if too long taken. Catarrh is a local, nop
a blood disease, caused by sudden change to
cold or damp weather, it Btarts in tne nasal
passages, affecting eyes, ears and throat.
Cold in the head causes excessive flow of
mucus, aud, if repeatedly neglected, the re.
suits of catarrh will follow; severe pain iu
the head, a roaring sound in the ears, bad
breath, and oftentimes an offensive dis
charge. Theremeuyehouidbequicktoallay
inflammation and heal the membrane. Ely's
Cream Balm is the acknowledged cure for
these troubles and contains do mercury
W any injurious drujj, Trice, 60 cents.
ii tii ii minus , I,, NaaMigm.i'J","ll
I . i
.Til .-l S
' illhW Too will And one coupon
" 'WWWf n'ilo each two ounce bag '
Iv S vwK'l T" ' f 'P' ' and twoeoupons inside each
KlHTUlNb W I W " fourouncebagofBlaokwell's
: ''U I n''W ""SWaytt, 'm$t Durham. Buy a bag of this
' - BUTTHE JMW' T.
GENUINE .:SrMB,,Ml
John Pond lett La Plata for Trout
Lake last Mondnv. where ho has soma
nne norses tor sale.
What cames bad dreams is a ques
tion that has never been satisfactorily
answered; but, in cine oases out of
ten, frightful dreams are the result of
imperfect digestion, which a few doses
of Ayer's Sarsaparilla will tffeotually
remedy. Don't delay try it to-day.
Gam. at La Plata to tha wife nt Sum
Knt, a daughter, mother and child ara
aomg well. :
Mamma, was that a sugar-plum
you just gave me?" asked little Mabel.
"No, dear, it was one of Dr. Ayer's
Pills." "Please, may I have another?"
Not now, dear; one of those nice pills
is all you' need al present, because
every dose Is effective."
Miss Kaiie Real is at La Plata from
Salt Lake City for a short vacation
and for her health.
Chamberlain's Eyo and Skin Ointment
Is unequalled for Eczema. Tetter. Salt-
.Rheum, Scald Head, Sore Nipples. Chapped
Hands, Itching l'ilea, Burns, Frost Bites,
Chrome Sore Eyes and G ranulated Eye Lids.
if or sale by druggists at 2o cents per box.
TO HORSE OWNERS.
For puttina a horse in a fine healthv 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. 26
cents per package. For sale by druggists.
Miss Lillie Dale returned to La Plata
from a visit with her friends of Du
rango. ? t
Las Vegas Roller Mil
J. It. SMITH, Prop'r.
Location: On the hot springs branch rati
way, East Las Vegas, New Mexico,
BRAN, FLOUR, GRAIN
AND FEED.
Your Patronage Solicited
Montezuma Restaurant
. Center St., East Las Vegas.
CHARLES WRIGHT, Prop'r.
Best Twenty-five Cent
Meals in Town.
Tables supplied witb everything tha mar'
ket affords. Patronage solicited. -
J. THORN HILL,
TW . . 1 1 ! T "1
muiM auu hmmm trameier.
Cut flowers always on hand.
Santa Fe Route
CONDENSED TIME TABLE.
Westward
No.l.
STATIONS
. Eastward
ito.a.
10 2Spmi
Chicago
Kansas Oltj
Topeka
Newton
Hutchinson
Denver
io;sopm
i 2pm
7 nuam
5 00am
13 80am
4 27pm
v mpm
10 35pm
6 SOpnii
11 Iftpm
supra
8 00pm
1 10pm
V limm
Ooln.Hpr'gs
lOSOpui
12 50pm
I'ueoio
Trinidad
8 45am
7 25pm
las vcqas
B ISam
10 18pm
10 lopm
Santa Fa
1207am
LosUerrlllos
10 50pm
aosam!
Albuquerq'e
voopm
110 45am Deming 111 OOamI .
111 40aml El Faso l0 0uam
9 loanii Gallup S Bfipmi
1 55pm Wlnslow 9 Sltam
4 vopm Flag'taff 7 37iin
6 0fiom Los Angeles 7 00am
10 4Sam:janPrancl8 SB0pm
HOT SPRINGS BRANCH.
Leave Dally. Arrive Dally.
70S
703
701
CARD HO. 1
70S
2:15p
2:10p
l:Mp
1:B0P
l:46p
704 I 70S
7 SOp
8. -OOP ll:O0a
3:06p!ll:O5R
Las Vegas
liridsn St.
S:tSp S:81p
:60p 8:80p
'40p 8:17p
0:85p 8:10p
6:80pg:06p
7:18p
7:55d
3:isp 11.18a
8:2Sp 11:25a
Upper L.V.
3 :80pll iaoaiHot Spr 'gs
riacita
8:00p
Arrive Dally.
.Leave (Dally.
have Pullman ralace drawing-room cars.
wnrisi sieei'iiifti uara anu coacnes oexween
ChlcaRO and I.oa Angeles. San Diego and
Ssn Francisco, and Pullman Dala
cars and eocenes between Ciii.-atro and the
City ot Mexico, B. Copblakd,
uen.Ageni, ki raHO, rex.
W. R Hrowns.
X. F. P. A., El Peso.Tex.
OHAS.r JOXRS,
Agent, Las Vegas, N, if.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
Barber Shops.
B. If. BLATJVBLT,
Tonsorlal Parlors,
Center Street.
Bon-ton, St. Louis, Long Branch, round
senator, and round, square and box pom
padour a specialty.
PA&LOK BABBEB SHOP,
, Center Street, .
O. L. Gregory. Prop.
Only skilled workmen employed. Hot
Banke
BAN MIGUEL NATIONAL, .
Sixth street and Grand avenue
Dry eoode.
I.D OlBOMBRO,
If. Romero, Manager,
Booth Bide Flasa
County Surveyor.
r. MKKBMITH JONES,
CITY ENGINEER AND OOUNTT 8CB
veyor. Office, room 1, City Hall.
Physicians and Surgeons.
O. O. GORDON, at. D.
.fVJ'iriOB TAMMTB OPERA HOUSE, EAST
W Las Vegas, N. M. Office hours: 11 to
lia. m., t to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m.
' DR. 4. BI. CUNNINGHAM.
IHTSIOIAN AND SURGEON. OFEIOE IN
Malboeut building, np stairs.
m. h. a hip with,
HY3I01AN ANU BURGEON. ROSWELL,
N.M.
Attorney s-at-Law.
. BOLXAN LABRAZOLO,
A TTORNEYS AT LAW, DK8MARAIS
jCVbulldlng.east side of plaia, LasVegas,
FRANK SPRINGER,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office in Unloa. block. Blztb street.
East Las Vegas, N. M.
M. A. riHHE.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Santa re, N. M. (P. O. box P.) Prac
tices In the supreme court and all district
courts of the Territory.- Special attention
given to spanisn ana Mexican grant titles
and mining litigation.
LUNG & PORT
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, OFFICE, WY
man's block, East Lasvegns, N. U.
Plumbing;.
J. D. KUTZ.
HEATING AND VENTILATION by steam,
hot water and hot air. Sewer and
drainage. East Las Vegas, M. M.
Western Division.
Mmi Time TaMe No. 38.
J. W. Relnbart, John J. HcCook, -
receivers.
In effect Sunday, August 8th,' 1895.
Wjkstwako.
I mtationr
6 00 p
9 10 a
4 OOp
6 40a
12 10 p
10 OOp
Chicago
Kansas City
Denver
LAS VCQAS
Albuquerque
Coolidge
Wlngare
' Gallup
Ho) brook
: Wlnslow
Flagstaff
Williams
' Ash Fork
Kingman
The Needles
Blake
Daggett
Barstow
JUoJave
Los Ac gelss
SanFranclsco
10 80 p
7 ooa
SUp
1 46 a
8 15 p
8 86 p
8 05 p
2 20 p
10 40 a
9 85 a
7 27 a
6 osa
4 60a
8 80a
6 00p
8 80 p
2 65 p
9 ooa
4 S5a
4 08a
3 40a
12 20 a
11 06 p
8 46 p
8 55 p
5 40 B
1 56P
7 00 p
b oua
8 06a
8 25 a
9 10 a
12 sop
1 sop
4 SOp
6 00 p
7 40p
1 55 8
4 40a
8 26a
to p
4 68p
5 85 p
8 10 p
9 OOp
11 it) p
12 68 a
1 B5a
8 48 a
7 80a
B 20a
1 40p
nop
11 83 p
12 80 p
8 05 P
7 25 p
S J8p
2 10 p
to oo a
n m
8 80 p
8 80a
U 46 a
8 45
2 so p
6 OOp
8 20a
ns nl A so n
10 46 alio 46 a
B SO I
Summer or Winter.
The Santa Fe route Is the most comforta
ble railway between California and the
east.
The meals at Harvey's Dining Booms are
an exceueni teature oi tne line.
The Grand Canon of the Colorado can be
reached in no other way,
JNO. J. BYRNE, '
' Gen. Pass. Agent, Los Angeles, Cal.
0. H. 8PEEBS,
' Asst. Gen .Pass. A sent. San Franclsnc.
Geo, 1 Hutchison & Co.
HAVE
Real Estate,
Mines, and
M
Property
For Sale or Lease.
JOHN R. STILL,
Contractor
and Builder.
Offict next door west ot To? Oftio,
Auanac & Paw
60CIE11E8.
MONTEZUMA LODGE MO. 928.
EXENNIAL LEAGUE Regelar nioetlng
1 hMrfilld Tunisia r uvnnln .. ,.t - C
af 1.0. 67V. haiir "
R. J. Hamilton, Pres.
N. B. Roiedkkbt, Soc'y.
I. o. o. .
LA8 VEGAS LODGE No. 4, meets every
Monday evening at their hull. Sixth
Street. All Vlsltlnir hratllrnn an .nr.ll.lla
Invited to attend.
( t - -
8. C. Ofwior, W. Q.
A. Lucaau, V C.
T. W. Fxac. Sec'y.'
A. O. 17. t.
DIAMOND LODGE No. 4, meets nrst and
third Tuesday evenings each month In
Wvmnn Ulstrtl. i ....... i .. . . . . .
brethren are cordially invited.
tf. iUUSKHIbl., m. w.
d i w- Nores.Reoorder
W P. Biazoa. Financier.
' ' K. of F.
UCaxtiM Hull In . i a (n.n.... t l.
or sixth street and Urand avenue, over tbe
Ban Miguel National Bank, every Thursday
r.VJLnJLng-i VU1Un " ot ts older &
T I . . C. LABIMOKB, O. O.
L. J. llABCDS. K. OW H. A 6. . '
T)1 lEMPfcB. ? 1. Kathbone Sis
ft? ' Yegas-N!
welcome.-" MR."o.rK-w'"
ALBS. M. B. WltMAHS. M. i h
M.ofti.0. '
A W A A Ma
snt.KM.
"Juko, ho. s, moets Urst and
ihi uJHf.!Il.aT 8V,ec,DB t each month.ln
J. MCMULLEN, W. M.
ClOILIO EoswrwiiD, See '
f52?.Ji' Mtlua companions fraternally
7 a a WtBB, E. H. P
ra v'.....wm4m w a si . HVKUIU
communication,, second Tuesday each
month Visiting Knights cordially wel
corned Q. A. Rothokr w n.
L. H. HOFMKISTBB. UOO. '
T AS VEGAS COUNCIL NO. , Royal and
third Monday of each month. Sanctuary In
Masonic temple. gmo. T. Oould.
U. A, UUTHUKB, T. I. If
Recorder, .
Maiinns vlal.lnff nt. ... A . . .
vlted to attend tfiesebodler
Baatera Star
JshtreommnaUiatlona second and fourth
aims iizzib uowHBB, worthy Matron. '
A. F. Bhnbdict. Worthy Patron.
,Mbs. Emma Benedict, Treasurer.
All Vlflltlnor hrntliara an.1 1. - J.l
Invited. Mas. Mattib Mobbat, Secretary ,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
John Shank. President. '
B. J,. H. Ross, Vice-President.
J. E. Moore, 8ec'y and Treas.
V. U Jameson, Manager,
It. O. Jameson.
THE
Las Tegas Tuiwue Co.-
Cor. Manranares and Lincoln Aves,
East Las Vegas, N. M.
Electric Door Bells, ' Burglar
Alarms and Private Telephones pu
in at reasonable rates.
F. OAXLBY,
Successor to J. S. Elston,
House 0 Sip Pali
Glazing, Paper Hanging, Etc.
Shop Opposite Express Office
TELEPHONE 57.
A. T. ROGERS,
loATK OF ROGERS BROS.
Practical Horseshoer,
General Blaoasmlthing, Wagon and
Carriage Repairing;, neatly and
promptly done
RailroadAve.,
Opposite Browne & Manzanarea Co.,
EA8T LAS VEGAS. NEW MEXICO.
K. MARTIN.
J. M. D. HOWARD
Martin & Howard,
Contractors & Bnilflers.
Flam and specifications furnished
free to patrons. Shop next door 'to
raoujfocon's Hardware Store. .
T.;- sT.. ess si 4-4
; CONTRACTOR & BUILDER.
Job Work and Repairing, House Mo
ing ana naming a Specialty.
SHOP COR. HIHTH AND INTEROCBA
A.C. SCHMIDT.1
Uannfactnrer of '
Wairnns -- flflrripfnic
" UuiAMj , UUZ llUgUIJa,
And dealer in
Haavy . Hnrdwnro,
Every kind ot wagoa material on hand
Horseshoeing and repairing a specialty
Grand and Manzanarea Avenues, East La
Vegas.
RAFAEL ROMERO.
Claim Agent.
LAS VEGAS,"!." M. !
Indian Depredation Claims a
vSoecialty.
1J!aS.K,'H,tt ? Oo Chicago, III., Bar.
dett, Thompson A I aw, Washington. D. O..
are associated with me in cases before the
Court ol Claims.
THE LAS VEGAS
Street Railway,
JOHN SHANK, Manager.
Cars every fifteen minutes, from 8. a. m,
to 8 p. m.
300 tickets for $5.00
100 tickets for $3.50
25 tickets for $1.00 -
Job Printing
Of every description
execrated with neatness
and deapatuh

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