THE DAILY OPTIC,
lost Lag Vegas, New Mexico,
SAN MIBDEL COUNTY.
I Extract I from Oar Exchanges. I
John Gillott is the proud father of a
oo, which was bora at his home at
The Dona Ana oounty district court
was convened in has Cruces by Judge
E. L, Washburne will have charge
of the parade which wilt take place
during carnival week at Albuquerque.
Miss McGinn, the daughter of the
"Crescent" superintendent, is quite
sick with typhoid fever down at Gal
Jup. ' ' '
The mines at Gallup have made an
excellent run this week and it is hoped
they will be doing full work at an early
The physicians report several oases
of fever, of various types, in Silver
City. None are considered serious,
The last of the dances given by the
Albuquerque fire department at Or
chestrion hall, will be given next Sat.
Mr. Fuller, the tailor, has returned
to Gallup and will go into business
aerain at that place. He says that
Arizona is dead.
Leslie Bibb, of Silver City, has gone
to Pinos Altos where he has accepted
a position in the store of the Pinos
Altos Supply Co.
Dr. A. B. Catlender, who was at Al
buquerque some months ago, and then
returned east, died at Cambra, Penn.,
the other day. He was a consump
tive. Harry Cooper and wife are in Albu
querque from Thornton. Mr. Cooper
is in charge of W. L. Trimble & Co.'s
ore teams from Cochiti district 10
Breedes & Minx will ship about 1,000
bead of cattle from Silver City to
Dudge City, Kansas, this week. Round
ups are now going on In different parts
of the county.
Houses for rent are very scarce in
Silver City. A person who has some
surplus cash, could invest It to advan
tage in a few good five room houses for
E. E. Greonleaf, brakeman on the
Atlantic & Pacific, accompanied by his
wife in (I children, left Albuquerque for
Burlington, Iowa, where they will visit
for several weeks.
J. II Sanches, a well-known barber,
who has held a chair at Tessior's shop
at Albuquerque, for years, has opened
a shop lor himself ou Railroad avenue,
near the Zaiger Cafe.
George Spears, Wm. Farley and
Isaac Bailey left Gallup with Mr.
White, the Mormon elder, for the San
Juan valley. Tbey will spend s sveral
days In that beautiful valley.
Alex Bowie, Jr., left Gallup for
Golden, Colo., where ho will attend
the mining school for the year just
beginning. Wallace Bowie will attond
the university at Albuquerque this; year
The L. F. D. cattle company's out
fit, coasisting of twelve men, passed
throueh Eddy, returning from the
mountains. They report that the
la hatter than for the past ten
Ouite an enjoyable evening -was
scent at the deaf and dumb asylnm at
Santa Fe. Tuesday night, the occasion
being a surprise party complimentary
tn Miss (innn. the oral teacher of that
w n DavanDort left Silver City lor
T,.i,.r Teias. His friends will be
nioBd to learn that he is to be ms.r
rind tn.dav to Miss Patterson, of Tylor,
Tn... and that Tvler will be made his
W. E Pratt, wife and children, who
were on a visit to friends down in
Sierra county, have returned to aidui
querque, where a surgical operatio l
was performed on Mr. Pratt, and he is
therefore quite ill.
During the term of United States
court at Silver City, there were thirteen
indictments returned by the grand jury.
There were three cases tried by jury,
several dismissals, and a few cases con
tinued till next term.
A lovelv wedding was that whioh
took place at Gallup, where at the
home of Mrs. Joseph Raillard ther
were joined in holy wedlock. Ward
Manley and Miss Carrie Fabro, nieco
of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Fabro. Father
Juillard officiated at the oeremony.
Messrs. Humphreys and Allen, the
riwdn naDitaliats who reoently se
cured the Milagros group of mines, out
in Hell canyon, arrived in Albuquer
que and visited the old smelter build
log south of the cily.where they looked
over the machinery with a view of pur
chasing. Richard English, general master me
chaoto for the Atlantic & Pacific at i Al
buquerque, was a passenger for CnlcB-
o where ne win moo. . - a
nd both will then return to Albuquer-
t-..-i:u koa hoon cnnndin?
oue. airs. r-ug" -r
her facation among relatives and
friends iu Canada.
John II. Jacque died at the resi
dence of i.L. Pearce, corner Railroad
avenue and Eiith street, Albuquere,
from consumption. He went there,
with bis wifs, several weeks ago. from
Port Washington, near Green Bay. Wis.
The remains were embalmed and taken
tn Port Washington for burial.
A ffovernmont postoffloe has been es-
. .. n..nt nmintv.
tablisbed at bibuK, vi'""" .
...i.i. H Crawford, postmaster,
This act of justioe on the part of the
government win oe muiuugu.jr
itd bv the people living in thai
ainaa it will save them many
I.i ,,.! for their mail. Their near-
. ..ostoffioe has been Silver City
Ririnnnr. manager of the Al-
Ibuquerqu wool house of H. M. Hos
rn.. whioh was closed some time
.Mtint of the falluie of the
phiIO house, reoeived a telegram
irom Mr. Hosick to settle all the at
tachments held against the Albuquer
.,a home and to resume business at as
IrW a date as possible. Mr. Skinner
mates that the attachments and coats
will .nrnnnt to about 3.600; ha ex
pBOtg to resume business inside of ten
By the Persistent Use of
"I was troubled for years with a
sore on my kueo, 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
began to disappear and my general
health improve. I persisted in this
treatment, until the sore was en.
tirely healed. Since then, I usa
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.
Fields, Bloomflold, la.
The Only World's Fair Sarsaparilla.
Ayer's Pills Regulate the Liver.
Fred Myers and John Bassett, for
merly manager and clerk at the Wind'
sor hotel, Eddy, have gone to Chicago
to engage in business.
Sent It to Hli Mother la Qermsny
Jacob Esbensen, who is in the em
ploy of the Chicago Lumber Co., at
Des Moines, Iowa, says : 'I have just
sent some medicine back to ray mother
in the old country, that I know from
personal use to be the best medicine in
the world for rheumatism, having used
it in my family tor several years. It is
called Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It
always does the work." Fifty-cent
bottles for sale by K. D. Goodall, Depot
C. H. Austin, auditor for the D. &
R. G. road and Edward Ledwidge,
auditor for the D. & R. G. express, the
latter accompanied by his broiher. are
in Santa Fe, from Denver on offioial
TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY
TWa T.ntive Bromo Uuinina laoieis
The tohool oenius of this year for I
the Silver City dittriot shows that
there are 620 between the ages of five
and twentv-one. 820 of whioh are
males and 304 females.
The Ideal Panacea.
James L, Francis, Alderman, Chica
go, says: 'I regard vr. Ring s jnhw
Disoovory as an .Ideal Panacea for
Coughs, Colds and Lung Complaints,
having used It in my family for the last
five years, to the exclusion of physici
an's prescriptions or otner prepara
Rev. John Burgus, Krokuk, Iowa,
writes: have been a Minister oi tne
Methodist Episcopal Church for 00
years or more, and have never found
unytbing to beneficial, or that gave me
such speedy relief as Dr. King's New
Discovery." Try this Ideal uougn
Remedy ; now, . Trial bottles free at
Murphey-Van Petten Drug Co's. drrj
stores, Las Vegas and East Las Vegas,
and at wholesale by Browne A wacza-
beautiful Places of ltetreat for
the Health and Pleasure
Ague Clara Retort
The Aurna Clara resort I ittuated about
e1!! litem miles from Las Vegas, at the foot
of Mineral hill at the junction of two pio-
turesque canons, tn BHie ana lecoioie.
A beautiful small lake ia formed opposite
the hotel, ah' ut wbiob le a forest of pine,
balsam end Bpiuce trees, which uiiiUe the
place very desirable for those suffering
iron) lung and throat difficulties. A free
carriage leaves the New Optic hotel at 3 p.
m. every ftlonaay, wauspuriaiiuu uuiu
tosvs furnished without cost to visitors.
The hotel is built and furnished for con
venience and coiuroii, ana toe tame is
bountifully supplied and tba cooking I
first class. The water is the best to be
bad in New Mexico, and comes pure ana
ipark'lng from springs iu tua uiuumam
side. Kaet5 per wek. Further Infor
mation given at this olllce ana at me new
Optio hotel. W. E. Estks,
Harvev'e Mountain Home.
T J4 r J 0..H n. V n kaa Kaon I i - - . . .
tJ til U JVtSliy.UI ItnitUU, nuw una wwvu i X UIB reSOrb IS lamuui lui buuiivi
iilmiln A Panllin hnsmtal at I nleanhness. sUDerlor table, aDunuance Ol
fn.unr.l H.o fr f,,r ricn inua ana creoiu, mm wc u
accompanied by bis
From all accounts Chamberlain's
Couch Remedy is a ' Godsend to the
afflicted. There is no advertisement
about tbis: we feel lust like seying it.
The Democrat. Carrollton, Ky. For
sale by K. D. Goodall, Depot drug
Dr. W. D. Bratton has opened, an
office In the Fergusson building, Albuquerque.
It doesn't matter mucn whether sick
headache, biliousness, indigestion and
constipation are caused by neglect or
by unavoidable circumstances; ue-
Witt's Little Early Risers will speedily
cure them all. Winters Drug uo.
S. Goldine. oneof Cerrillos'live mer
chants, is in Santa Fe hobnobbing with
The whole system is drained and nn.
dermined by indolent ulcers and open
sores. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
speedily beats them. It is the best pile
cure known. Winters Drug Co.
Kiogsley Candler left Eddy for New
York, where he will take steamer to
England to spend several months visit
ing his home in Sussex.
Many a day's work is lost by sirk
headache, caused by indigestion ar.d
stomach troubles. DeWitt's Little
rivaled scener aid Dumerous .near-by
points of Interest. The best trout BsnluK
is accessible riy snore excursmue " "r
brtnch of the tiallinaa. Hermit Peak
aDd grand caflon are of easy access. Bur
ro's are furnished to gues's for daily
riding. The feco". National Park is within
six ml'es, and ' reached by easy trail;
expedition! can be outtlttod and guide Be
mimd nt the ranch.
For transportation and terms, inquire oi
Judge Wooster, East Las Veges, or ad-
dress. a. iiakvsi.
San Ignaclo Resort.
Tba Hermitage ia a new hotel situated at
the foot of Hermit i Peas, on the Sapello
rinor. nn amonir the Dines. It has many
advantages not use-ally round at summer
resorts, a good bee1, with modern improve
ments a-d well furnished rooms, a post
office is located at this point, and free tele-
nhnnAKntiliAfil nn had WltU L.a8 V eKBHi
!.. . V . . . . 1 1 i ; .. .1 .11
"ha tame is Dounmuiiir euuuuou nv
Hm.. with nil that tne season aorus.
Guests wishing to come, can telephone and
a conveyance will be sent for tbem. Rates,
J7.00 per weeK. J.I.JjUJAH jrrujirron".
Summer Mountain Resort
The El Porvenir mountain resort win
now receive guests lor i'jo buujukji.
Tha most oicturesaue scenery in America,
Una ftshlnr and bunticz. Best oi notei ac
nnmmodatioDS in New Mexico. or terms
tnr hnaril and lodging. BDDIV to tne IVU-
roero Mercantile Co., Las Vegas. Carriage
.. the r store, southwest corner oi ine
ni... vrv Hatnrdav and Tuesday mora
inn it H o'clock: fare for the round trip, $1,
For further information, call at the aboye
The Park House.
T . Vlth Hot SDriniB. N. M. We still
have a few choice rooms le!t for those who
come early. The most popular bouse at
the spring. Mr. bod nrinun, huuj
tbe east, has charge of the kitcnenj every
thing ia nrenared in best of style. Kates,
IIOOUJ BUU UVBI U poi
List Sunday morning, the horse
wned by E. Neff. of Silver City.while
tied iu front of Neff s hardware store,
got bis foot over the bitching strap,
broke loose and ran away, breaking
the bupgy to pieces. Luckily, no one
was in the buggy at tbe time and no
one was hurt.
. ... . ...i in i..ni nor meal. Koom and board
aany Kiseri are tne uioai. " -y -iei with tbe best the
: rt ... a.. I , . o a iv in i . . i
ters Drug Co.
All druggists refuud the money
to cure. zoc.
Tom Jones, of the Sacramento moun
tains, passed McMillan with a herd ol
cattle, going to Midlana, xexas, wueio
he will pasture them.
A Valuable Prescription.
Editor Morrison of Worthington,
Ind.. Sun. writes: "You have aval'
uable prescription in Electrio Bitters,
and 1 can cheeriuuy recomnienu n iui
oonstipation and sick headache, and as
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a cenera svstem tonic it nas no eqnai.
Mrs. Annie Stehle, 2625 Cottage Grove
Chicaeo. was all run down,
oould not eat nor digest food, had a
hupkanhe which never left her and felt
tired and weary, but six bottles of Elec
tric Bitters restored her health and
renewed her strc gth. Prices 50 cents
and st.OJ. Get a bottle at Murphey
VanPetij Druir Co's., Las Vegas and
East La Vegas, and at wholesale by the
Browne & Manzanares Co.
G. M. Hoprg has a nice bunch of an
telope In his'pasture west of McMillan,
As the name indicates, Hall's Veg
etable Sicilian Hair Renewer is a re
newer of tbe hair, including its growth,
health, youthful color, and beauty. It
will please you.
Mrs. Charles Collins and Miss Jen
nie Collins, mother and sister of Mrs.
N. C. Collier, left Albuquerque for
their home at Savannah, Ga.
Miss Ida Glover, who has been v.s-
ItinirMr. and Mrs. E. J. Glover at
Eddy, has returned to her home at Col
Theories of cure may be discussed
at lene-th by physician., but the suffer
ers want quick relief, and One Minute
Cough Cure will give it to them. A
sate care for children. It is "tre only
harmless remedy that produces imme
diate results." Winters trug to.
Dan Gilchrist, of Eddy, has been
auite sick for some time, but is now re
Don't trifle away time when you
have cholera morbus or aiarrrcea.
f crht them in the beginning with ue
W. t's Colic and Cholera Cure. You
rfnn't have to wait for results: tbey are
Instantaneous, and it leaves the bowels
In a healthy condition. Winters Drug
Miss Emma Keimpbell, of Seal's,
I11 rottim urith hAr aifltflr. M3.
iviiuu., niii twmiu ...v .
Gt A. Freidenbloom, and spend several
months at kcwy.
Hooms by the day, 50 to
Mas. Kate Dennis,
Th. Rl.ta Ranch, on the bead of tbe Klo
Sapello, is now prepared to receive a limit
ed number of boarders. Tbis ranch is
iooated in the heart of the mountains, amid
tbe most beautiful scenery in u
,.!. trnnt and wild same offer
ample diversion for the Dlmrod or anyone
seeking out-door sport. It la located only
twenty-live miles from Lae Vegas, and
.;.!,; lht milaa nf the HiO PeOOS, and
only three miles from the headwaters of
tbe Klo uainnas. auur,
A J.luaa Mrs .1. f. HIKES. lUKUIUBi VI IU
flnma fair nfinTBT BIluVI BUU ( wet '
Crites, Eaat Laa Vegas, N. M.
Koolada. N. M.
Jamps Hogg, who owns a tine
on the Penasco, has been quite
tbe Holt ranch, Eddy county.
Pile. Pllee rue.
A sure cure for Blind, Bleed
ing and Itching Piles. Dr. Kirk'e
German File Ointment has cured the
worst cases of ten years' stancLag by
t.hrnn or four aDDlications. INo one
need suffer ten minutes after usirg
Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment
Onr asrent. Mr. Goodall, will warrant
box. Price S1.00. Sold at
Depot drug store Las Veers. 5
Will Not PerformMiracles
But It Will Cure.
Mrs. G. S. Easterday and baby, of
Alhnnneraue. are arranging to visit
eastern friends in a few days.
Backlen'i Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts:
bruises, sores, uloers, salt rheum.fever
. .' im
sores, tetter, ohappea nanas, cnm.
blains. oorns and all skin eruptions,
and positively cures piles, or no pay
required. It is guaranteed to give per
fnnt RtisfB.fition or money refunded,
Price 25 cents per box. For sale ny
Mnrnliev-Van Petten Drug Co., Lae
Ppo'aa and East Las Vegas. At whole.
ale by Browne & Manzanares Co
Mm C. W. Medler and child, after begin shearing about October 1st
a pleasant visit to relatives and friends
in Los Angeles, returnea nouao iu ai
R. MILES' EESTOKATIVS NEBVINE
cures norvous prostration. Not ml'
raculously, but scientifically, by first
removing the germs of disease, and then
sunnlying healthy nerve food, increasing
tho appctito, helping digestion and strength-
enlnsr tho entire system. Desperate caser
reouire rjrolonead troatmont as shown by
that of Mrs. M. B. Rood, of Delta, Iowa, who
writes: "Astho resultof alightnlngstroko
the physicians Bald I had a light stroke oi
naralysls. my liniDs would all araw up.
woum nave tnroouingi
In my chest that seemec
unendurable, For three
months I could not Bleei
and for three weeks did
oot close my eyes.
prayed for sleep, and
felt that if relief did not come I would be
dead or Insane. I took Dr. Miles' Restora
tive Nervine and tho second night slept two
hours and from that time on my health lm
nroved: slowly at first, hut steadily and
surely. I took In all 40 bottles, and I cannot
exnresa how eratoful I am, for I am now
perfectly well, and have taken no medicine
for over four months." Dr. Mllea' Nervine
Is sold by druglsta on guarantee that first
bottlo benefits or money retunaea.
Book on heart and nerves free. Dr. Miles
Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
.TWa will be bovs." out you can
afford to lose any of tbem. ue reaay
for the green apple season by having
rtoWnt'a rnl in & Cholera cure in tue
house. Winter's Drug Co.
Born to the wife of F. M. Galloway
in .SIIVPT (11 V. UU OCUHIIUiioi v.
1890, a daughttr.
m a recent letter to tbe manufao
turers, Mr. w. t. oeDjaujiu, duiwi
th KnefifntMi: Rushford, NX., says
a una aA Irnntti
II may be a pleasure iu yu w ""
i.hn hiph' esteem in which Chamoer
Iain's medicines are held by tbe people
of vour own stste, where they must be
J . . . . . : mhl
best known, an aunu ui miuc, nuv
ruaides at Dexier. Iowa, was aoout to
visit me a few years since, and before
leaving bourn wrote me, asking u tney
were sold here, stating if they were not
sha would briDir a quantity witn ner.
sfae did uot like to be witnoui
them." The medicines reierrea to are
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, famous
for its cures of colds and croup; unam
berlain's Pain Bulrn for rheumatism
lame back, pains in the side and chest,
and Chamberlain's Colic, tjnoiera anu
Diarrhoea Remedy fo; bowel com
olaints. These medicines have been in
constant use in Iowa for almost a quar
ter of a century. The. people have
learnt d that they are articles of great
wonh and merit, and unequalea ny
any other. They are for sale here by
K. D. Goodall, Depot drug store.
Yoa will And oue coupon Inside each t oonos baf aad two coupons Inside eacb 4 ounoe be
Buy a hag, rwtd tbe aoupon and see bow to get your snare o0,000 la presents.
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A. O. D, W.
IAMOND Lodge No. 4, meets first and
third Tuesday avenlnars eacb month in
ytnan Block. Dnuu-lna avaniia. VlBttilMa,
brethren are oordlnlly Invited.
J . THOKNH1LL, M. W.
eo. w. Norxi.Uecorder
t P. Biazoo, financier.
"fjll. DORADO LODGE No. 1, meets at their
jUiOaitle Hall in tbe Clement block, corner
of sixth street and (irand avenue, over the
San Uiguel National Bank, every Thursday
eventng. Visiting members of the Older are
L. J. HAHCCS, K. OS- it. at B.
D EAGLE TEMPLE, No. 1, Rathbone SIS
ten of yew Mexico, meets first and
third Tuesday evening of aarh mnntii at a
o'clock at K. of P. Haft, East Lea Vegai. N.
. uBi.iuij aiiabvre uj iu uruer aiwavf
welcome. Mas. O. M. Adams.
aUiS. M. B. WILLIAMS, to. E. 0.
M. of H. A O. .
'For years," says Capt. C. Mueller,
I have relied more upon Ayer's Pills
than anything else in tbe medicine
chest, to regulate my bowels, and those
of tbe ship's crew. These pills are not
severe iu tbeir action, but do their
Steve Uhli returned to Silver City
from Oj Caliente last wptk. He speaks
very enthusiastically of the hospitality
of Hon. Autonio Joseph and of bis
Poison Ivy, insect biles, bruises,
scalds, burns, are quickly cured by De
Witt's itch IiHzel Salve, the great
pile cure. inters Drug Co.
B. H. BLAUVBLT,
Center Street. .
Bon-ton, Bt. Louis, Long Branch, round
senator, and ronnd, squire and box pom
padour a specialty.
PAJBXOa BABBKB SHOP,
O. L. Gregory, Prop.
Only skilled workmen employed. ' Hot
and cold baths In connection.
BAN MIGUEL NATIONAL,
Blxth street and Grand avenue
H. Romero, Manager,
. South Bide Flasa
Bishop J. Mills Kendrick, of Albu
querque has gone to &nn rrancisco, to
assist in conducting important services
at tbe Episcopal church, in that city.
TO CURE A COLD IN ON8 DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if It falls
to cure. tf
M. II. Marks, manager of the Pinos
Altos Supoly Co., came down to Silver
City from the Tall Pines, on business.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is Dot a secret
preparation. Any physician may have
tbe formula on application. The secret
of its success as a medicine lies in its
extraordinary power to cleanse tbe
bloed of iuipuiiUes and cure tbe ni-st
deep-seated cases of blood disease.
Walter Fouik. son of Rev. Mr.
Fculks, cf Albuquerque, . is quite ill,
and has been fir several days past, re
quiring careful attention.
Gold Claim for Sale.
A half interest iu a bonanza prospect.
tbirty-one fett down; assays $111 and op.
This claim is surveyed and recorded, and
Is tbe beet gold proposition ever offered in
New Mexico. Subject to the closest In
spection. For particulars adclresj
(Jko. H. Hotchisos,
204tf New Optic hotel.
F. MEKEDITH JONES,
ENGINEER AND COUNTY SUB-
veyor. Office, room 1, City Hall.
Physicians and Burgeons.
O. O. OOBDON, M. D.
FriOK TAMMK OPERA HOUSE, EAST
Las vestas, ri. M. omce nours: u to
Ut. m.,Jto4p. m.,J tosp. m.
DR. J. M. CUNNINGHAM,
SHY8IOIAN AND SURG HON. OFFICE IN
Ualboeut building, np stairs.
a. r. iBirwiTH,
kHYSIOIAN ANU BURGEON. ROSWKLL,
a TTORNBYS AT LAW, DR8MARAI3
building east side ol plasa, Las Vegas,
a TTORNKY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
omce in uniun uiuuat,-oixia pvtwv
Kast Las Vegas, N. II.
MONTEZUMA LODGE NO. 928.
QKXBNNIAL LRAOUB-Regelar tnuetlDl
O Second Tuesday evening of each month
afl.O. O. V. ball.
B. J. Hahilioii, Pras,
N. B. BOSKBBBRT, Sec'y. .
I. O. O. V.
LAS VEGAS LODGE No. 4, meet! aver
Monday evening at their hall, Sixth
street. All visiting brethren are cordially
Invited to attend.
B. C. Orwicv, N. G,
A. LUUBKO, V. O.
F. W. Fleck, Sec'y.
K. of P.
A. V. at A. M.
chapman Lodge, No. s, meets first ana
bursdav evenliiiis ol car-h month. in
the Uasonlc temple. Visiting brethren arc
J. MnMlTLLM. w .
CCCILIO ROSKNWALD SeO.
Las Veiras Roval Arch Chanter, nn. a
Reuular convocations, first Mondav in aiu-h
month. Visiting companion fraternally
Invited. L. D. VVjlbb. E. H. p
L. H. HOFMB1STKB, S6C
Las Vegas Oommanderv
No. i. Regular
month Visiting Knights cordially wel
comed. G. A. Rothoeb, B.C.
L. a. HOFMEISTRB . Reo.
LAS VEGAS COUNCIL NO. 2, Boyal and
Select Masters. Regular convocation
third Monday of each month. Sanctuary In
Masonic temple. GBO, T. (iovhv.
U. A. ROTUUEB, T. J.M
Masons vlsltlne tbe eitv are cordlnili In.
vlted to attend these bodies.
T3egnlar eommnnioatlona seoond and fourth
XV Thursday evenlnga. : '
Ubs. J. M. lkssenkt, Worthy Matron,
A. V. Bknkdiot, Worthy Patron,
Mrs. Emma Benedict, Treasurer,
All visiting brothers and sisters pordlaiin
invited, Mas. Mattik Mcrhat. Secretary,
OFFICE tt AND DIRBCTORH.
John Shank, President,
u. L. m. koss, Vice-Presldont.
J. K., Moore, Sec'y and Treas.
V. H. Jameson. Manager,
John Rodos. -
Las Tups Tmeinui Go.
Cor. Manzanares and Lincoln Avef.
East Las Vegas, N. M.J
Electric Door Bells, Burglar
Alarms and Private Telephones pu
in at reasonable rates.
Successor to J. 8. Klston,
. a. rissc,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Santa re, N. M. (P. O. Box F.) .Prac
tices In the supreme court and all district
oonrts of the Territory. Special attention
given to Spanish and Mexican grant titles
and mining litigation. .
Mill k Facie
Conaens:d Tims TaWB No. 38.
J.W. Keinhart, John J. McCootc,
In effect Sunday, August 6th, 1896.
WKSTWAKU. HTATIUiNo. WaStWAHD.
6 CI p
9 ' -1 a
6 10 a
IS 10 p
i to P
i 68 p
6 25 p
The sheep men in Eddy county will
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment
t. ...liorl fnr Fj-zemo. Tetter. Salt-
Rheum, Scald Head, Sore Nipples, Chapped
rTnnifo. ItchinB Piles, Burns, Frost Bites,
Chronic Sore Eyes and Granulated Eye Lids.
tor sale Dy aruggisw at w reu
TO HOB8E OWNEBS.
For putting a liorse ih a fine healthy con
tinn trv Dr. Cadv's Condition Powders.
They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure
loss OI appeme, relieve
If dull, spiritless and stupid ; If your
blood is thick and sluggish; II your
appetite is capricious and uncertain.
You need a Sarsaparilla. For best
results take DeWitt's. It recommends
itself. Winters Drug Co.
Frank McDaniels, of Eddy, passed
through McMillan on his way to Spring
Lake ranch, near Miner.
This Is Your Opportunity.
nn welrl of ten cents, cosh or stamps,
a generous sample will be mailed of the
mnot nnnnlnr f!ntarrh and Hay Fever Cure
Kidney aisoruere ami uconu e---a (iy'g tjream liaim; snmoieuv w
strate me great uicihd w j.
n lift, in nn old or over-worked horse. 28
nta rr Darkasre- For aaU hr Hrniufisov
J. L. Hardwick, of Fort Worth, and
A. E Trentoo. of Biir Springs, lexas,
arrived at Eddy to take employment
aa machinists at the beet sugar fac
There are some people who never
wear dark glasses and yet they never
see anything bright: it's the people
who are dyspeptic and soured. Lvery
thine is out of joint with such people
I suffered many years with Dyspepsia
and liver troubles but nave been re
lieved since taking Simmons Liver
Regulator. I know others who have
been greatly benefited by its use."
James Rowland, Carrollton, Mo.
5G Warren St., New York City,
Eev. JohnReirl, Jr., of Great Falls, Mont.,
recommended Ely's Cream uaim to me. j
nan Ain nliasize his statement, "It is a post.
tive cure for catcrrh if used as directed."
Rev. Francis V. Toole, Pastor Uentrai f res.
Church, Helena, Mont.
Elv's Cream Balm is the acknowledged
cure for catarrh xind.contains no .mercury
nor any injurious drug. Price, ou cents.
Tbe "Confidence" mine, of Mogol
lon, will shut down tbe first of the next
month to have some needed repairs
done oo tbe mill and mine.
L. W Holt be?an cutting his fourth
crop of alfalfa in EJdy county and it is
heavy and very tine.
las Rye. Uutclier Shop.
Fresh ranch 8Z2S received daily. Bell
morn niont tor a dollar. jtban any market
lathe eltyj J
0 CO p
1 55 p
7 00 p
7 25 p
a oo a
8 05 a
9 10 a
8 lODlU 80 P
9 00 p; 1 80 p
11 28 p
13 56 a
1 65 a
B 48 a
7 60 a
9 30 a
1 40 p
2 10 P
ft 06 P1
6 00 p
7 40 p
1 55 a
4 40 a
6 25 a
2 20 p
6 00 p
6 60 p
10 45 a
1,09 An geles
10 80 p
2 45 a
8 16 p
8 85 p
8 06 p
2 20 p
10 40 a
9 36 a
11 83 p
7 25 p
8 10 p
io oo a
7 co a
6 00 P
8 80 p
2 65 P
12 20 a
11 05 p
8 to P
6 66 p
12 80 p
iu uu a
8 45 a
LONG SC FUST
ATTOBNETS-AT-LAW, OSTIOK, W
man's block. East Las Vegns, N. M
J. D. KUTZ.
HEATING AND VENTILATION by steam,
hot water a id hot air. Sewer and
drainage. East Las Vegas M. M.
Santa le Boute
CONDENSED TIME TABLE.
Slimmer or Winter.
The Santa Fe route Is the most comforta
ble railway between California and tha
The mnft'f at Harvev's Dining Booms are
an excellent .eature ol the line.
The Grand caroi or tt-e Colorado can be
reached In no other way,
JNO. J. BYRNE,
Gen. Pass. Agent, Los Angeles, Oal,
0. H, SPKERS,
Asst Gen. Pass. Agent, San Franclsoc.
Florist aoi Lanflscape Garieier.
, Cut flowem always on hand.
JOHN R STILL,
Offiw" Tt .VT
iii. ii. i
of T Optto.
THE MASSAGE WONDER,
Has Arrived !
She stands ready to cure all com
plaints, jno mutter how serious or
long- standing. Give, her a trial
and be convinced.
nice and Residence, 714 Main St.
2 06a ill
Glazing, Paper Hanging, Etc.
Shop Opposite Express Office
A. T. ROGERS.
LATH OF BOQBBS BROS.
General Blaonsmithlng, Wagon and
Carriage Kepairing, neatly and
Opposite Browne ft Manianares Co.,
EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
J. K. MABTIN.
JT. H. D. HOWABD
Martin & Howard,
Contractors & BnilHer..
Flam and specifications furnished
free to patrons. - Shop nest door to
Houghton's Hardware Store.
110 46am I
I 9 10am
6 05pm!Los Angeles
10 46am8anFrancls 6 80pm
HOT SPBINQS BRANCH.
705 708 701 CARD NO. 2. 702 704
7:80p 8:00p 11:00a Las Vegas 2:lp B:C6p
7:86p 8:05p 11:05a Bridge St. 2:10p:60p
7:48p 8:18p U;18a Upper L.V. l:67p 40p
7:65p8:26p ll:25a Placlta l:B0p6:85p
8:O0p 8:80p 11:80a HetSpr'gS l:45p6:C0p
Nob, 1 and 2, Pacific and Atlantic express,
have Pullman palaca drawing-room cars,
tonrlst sleeping cars and coaches between
Chicago and Los Angeles, San Diego and
San Francisco, and Pullman pala:3
cars and coaches between Cnlcago and the
City ot Mexico, K. Copelakd,
Gen. Agent, Kl Paso.Tex.
W. It Browne,
' T.'F A P. A., El Paso, Tex.
, Cbas.P Jombs,
' 4vtl4, VACJRS.N.M.
Geo. H. Hutchison & Co.
For Sale or Lease.
And dealer in
Heavy .-. Herd warn,
Every kind of wagon material on hand
Horseshoeing and repairing a specialty
Grand and Manzanares Avenues, .
LAS VEGAS, N. M.
Indian Depredation Claims a
Isaac K. Hltt A Do., Chicago. 111., Bor
Cett, Thompson ft aw, Washington, t. 0.,
are associated with me In cases before tu
Court ol Claims.
THE LAS VEGAS
JOHN SHANK, Manager.
Cars every fifteen minutes, from 8.
to 8 p. m.
200 tickets for (5.00
100 tickets for 13.50
25 tickets for 11.00
Of every description
executed with neatness
Mile Ciitic JaliEa
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