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fHE DAILY OPTIC,
East las Vegas, New Mexico,
SAN MIGUEL COUNTY. "
TERRITORIAL TOPICS.
I Extract! from oar Eicuangsi.t
A Mexlenn named F. Candelano
died at Gallup of typhoid fever.
The republicans 0( Bernalillo county
win nominate a ticket on Uotober 22d
Willie Jaooby drove a flook ol sheep
from Hatoh to Las Cruoes for market.
Frank Barka left Rincon for Benson,
Arizona, where be bas aooepted a posi
tion. A striae of Trinidad horses are in
Baton to take part In the races at the
lair this week.
J. W. Thomas, of Raton, will go to
Funblo shortly where he expeots to en
gage In business.
Chief Deputy United States Marsha)
Loom is was in Gallup, looking for one
xeupe uuuerrez. .......
. Whist has beoome quite a pastime
of evenings among devotees of the
game in utnoon.
A. K Letton and A. McKee, shipped
B IUL UI DBUI RinRrl m F. Fl A KMIAI i:iTV
market from Raton.
Eddy's streets are now undergoing
some nauoQ needed repairs, under the
direction of Bred Kymeyer.
Mrs. W. W. Butler, of Albuquerque,
is Improving since her reoent illness
and will be out again soon.
Mr. and Mrs. (). A. Mitten, of Albu
querque, are rejoicing over the arrival
at their home of a baby boy.
Sportsmen report quail in large
quantities in the vioinity of Eddy and
many hours are spent in the hunt.
The Raton baseball olnb sent to Port
Huron, Mich., for the pitcher of that
team, the short stop having arrived.
Rnv. M. Larson, of Hagerman, of
the Seventh Day Adventists persuasion,
was at Eddy, stopping at the Eagle
hotel.
F. G. Pratt, the Albuquerqua grocery-
man, who has been on the sick list the
past week or so, Is reported slowly im
proving. Mrs. D. 0. Allen errived at Raton
from Arkansas City, Kansas, to join
her husband who has concluded to lo
cate there.
Aug. E. Altgeldt, an attorney of
San Antonio, Texas, was at Eddy, last
week. He is traveling for health and
recreation.
A partv of scientific) explorers passed
through Farmington from the Chaoo
ruins, which they have been exploring
for several weeks.
Fred Kropp, who for a long time
has been employed at the Harvey
house, down at ltincon, '. left for his
home in Kinsley, Kansas.
A heavy piece of piping fell upon
Cbas. McCarthy's wrist at the beet
sugar factory at Eddy, temporarily
disabling him from work.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Woodward, after
residing some months in Port Huron,
Michigan, returned to Raton and will
again make their borne there.
All the horse races entries are well
filled, and this feature of next week's
sport at Albuquerque will be exciting,
and each raoe will be closely contested.
Thfl nnftl wanhinor nln.nf. far Rlnsa-
burg, which is expected to arrive
shortly, is the best and most complete
up to date in improvements in the west.
Dr. F. F. Doepp, Julius Doepp and
Mrs. Wm. Doepp, of Chioago, arrived
at Eddy, and are registered at Hotel
Windsor. They are relatives of A. S.
Goetz.
A very delightful party was held at
the handsome home of Noa Tlfeld in
Albuquerque, given by the Misses
Sohu'z to a number of their friends of
that city.
The Bryan silver club at Blossburg
eleoted offloers as follows -.Alex Thomp
son, president; John Cann, vioe-president;
Wm. Jackson, secretary; and
Wm. Johnson, treasurer.
The big ditch of Lynch brothers, at
Elizabethtown, now has a big head of
water, and Tom Bird, foreman of the
placer diggings, is making the dirt fly
for several, hours each day.
It is stated, npon pretty reliable
authority, that a certain colored man
! of Albuquerque, who was once an in
mate of the insane asylum, is again
gradually losing bis mind.
Newman & Mendelson, of Raton,
hare received good life-size Frenoh
. bisque figures of four of our leading
politicians. The group consists of
Cleveland, Reed, Harrison and Bryan.
While Harry Davis was turning a
pieoe of steel on a lathe, down at Eddy,
a splinter flew off and struck bis arm
severing a superficial artery and he
will have to wear a bandage for a
while.
! Little Florence Trimble, while play
ing at Gallup, fell on her arm which
was broken some weeks ago, and
which had only that morning been nn
olung. The bone wis broken In the
same place and the other bone snapped.
JNeill B. Field telegraphs that he will
TOturn to Albuquerque, on Thursday or
Friday night. Mr. Field has been at
tending a hearing in San Franoisco
against the Atlantic & Paoifio railway
company for taxes due In the southern
district of California.
The Raton mining and milling com
pany, received a S.oz. gold button, the
result of a mill run of four tons of ore
taken from the development ; shaft of
the "Mountain Witch," which is lo
cated on the Ute Creek side of Baldy.
Mrs. J. W. Manley, of Gallup, was
apprised by her family of the sad fact
that her daughter had died in Kansas
City, about a month ago. The very
poor condition of Mrs. Manley's health
prevented the family for the time ba
ling from informing her of the fact.
Rev. James Menaul, of Albuquerque,
"Presbyterian sy nodical missionary, was
-a passanjor for Santa Fi, where ba
'will transfer the Zuni Presbyterian
property over to Capt. J. L. Bullia, for
.the government. After leaving Santa
4Ve, be will continue on to Las Vegas.
The railroad reading room at Rton
will be opened about the 15th of this
month, the periodicals and other mat
ter being expected to arrive about that
time. Tne room is looatadlo the spare
ututuiT. room of the Harvey houss, nd
. - . .,, . i i
Wuen niiea up win present buuuubvujb
appearance.
OVERWORK
-IKDUOKD-
Nervous Prostration
Complst Beoovar by Uu V of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
" Some yean ago, as a result of too
close attention to business, my health
fulled. I became weak, nervous, was
unable to look after my interosts, and
manifested all the symptoms of a de
cline. I took three' bottles of Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, began to improve at once,
and gradually increased my weight from
one hundred and twenty-five to two
hundred pounds. Since then, I and my
family have used this medicine when
needed, and we are all 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
had it not been for Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
of which preparation I cannot say too
much." n. O. Hwson, Postmaster and
Planter, Kinard's, S. C.
Ayer's S Sarsaparilla
RECEIVING MEDAL AT WORLD'S FAIR.
AYER'S Pills Save Doctor's Bills.
A Martha Washington tea was given
by the Rebekah lodge in Silver City.
The Dlicovery Saved Hii Life.
Mr. G. Caillouette, Druggist. Beav
ersville, III., says: "To Dr. King's
New Discovery I owe my life. Was
taken with La Grippe and tried all the
physicians for miles about,, but of no
avail and was given np and told ' 1
could not live. Having Dr. King's
Mew Discovery In my store I sent lor a
bottle and began its use and from the
first dose began to get better, and after
using three bottles was up and about
again. It's worth its weight in gold.
We won't keep store or house without
it." Get a free trial bottle at
Murphey-Van Petten DrugCo's. drug
stores, Las Vegas and East Las Vegas,
and at wholesale by Browne & Maoza
nares Co.
S. B. Coen is foreman of the grand
jury at Albnquerque.
TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY '
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it fails
to cure. zoo. u
J. Everett Smith is conducting a
night school in Albuquerque.
Ladies, wonderfully soft, luxuriant,
beautiful hair is produced by Dander
ine. Try it. For sale by Scbaefer's
pharmacy.
Maurice Bowie, of Gallup, is a suf
ferer from the prevalent sickness.
What is UP
BALD HEADS. BALD HEADS. BALD
HEAH. HUKKAH1 DANDEK1NE,
DANDERINE. . .
Thousands have been cured of bald
ness and other diseases of the soalp by
Danderine. It will cure you. Guar
anteed. 'For sale by Sohaefer'i phar
macy. Peter Golino, of Gallup, who has
been quite sick with fever, is opt again.
To remove the constipated habit, the
only safe treatment is a course of Ayer's
Pills, followed by a laxative diet. Most
other cathartics do more barm than
good, therefore leading physicians
recommend Ayer's Pills, especially as
a family physic. . ' I
The picnic at the Cbisum ranch,
Chaves county, by Miss Clara Small-
ey's school was a decided success.
About seventy-five were present, but
the ladies had prepared enough choice
eatables to supply a gathering of 400.
Full Details Gladly Given.
A Railroad Official's Experience.
R. EDWA.KD EDMONDS: long con
nected with railroad construction la
Nebraska, writes: "My heart troubled
and pained me for 13 years. Shortness of
breath was the constant and most common
symptom. Intense, excruciating pain, gener
ally followed any severe exertion. FalntnesS,
hunger without any appetite; fluttering that
made mo clutch my breast, and palpitation
that often steered mo as if I would fall,
were frcqneut f-ttacks. Again, everything
would turn black if I arose from a stoopina
posture quickly. Sleepless nights with theii
prostrating unrest were
numerous and I could
get no rest day or night.
I consulted leading phy
sicians and tried adver
tised remedies. They
gave me no relief. One of
Heart Curs
Restores
Health
Dr. Miles' circulars described my case so
exactly that I took Dr. MIIps' New Heart
Cure and I am now a well man. I hope
every one troubled with heart disease will
try Dr. Miles' remedloa. If they will write
me personally, I will gladly gime them full
details of my experience." Edw. Edmokds. ..
I IS 1KM Ut. '
1 ftdbraakBa -
Dr. Miles' Heart Curs U sold on guarantee
that first bottls benefits or fflow r
George Kraker has added a new
veranda and other Improvements to
bis pretty borne at Gsllup.
.' ' ' Cure for tltodoche.
!; As' a' remedy for all forms of Head
ache, Elootrlo Bitters has proved to be
the very best. It effects a permanent
our and the most dreadful habitual
siok headaches yield to Its Influence,
We nrge all who are afflioted to pro.
cure a bottle, and give this remedy a
lair trial. . in oases ol habitual consti
pstlon Eleotrlo Bitters oures by giving
tne neeaea tone to the bowels, and few
oases long resist the use of this medl.
oine. iry It onoe. Fifty cents and
fi.UU per bottle at Murphey-Van
Petten Drag Co's., Las Veeas and
East Lai Vegas, and at wholesale by the
Drowns m Manzanares Co.
Will Poorman began work with the
new Mexico supply Jo., down at Gal
lup..
Pure blood means good health. De
Witt's Sarsaparilla purifies the blood,
oures Eruptions, Eczema, Sorofula.and
all diseases arising from impure blood
Winters . Drug Co.
Miss Kate Carper, of Roswell, will
teach the Eden Valley sohool the fall
term.
Mrs. L. R. Patton, Rockforrl, 111.,
writes: "From personal experience I
oan reoommeni De Witt's Sarsaparilla,
a cure for impure blood and general
debility." Winters Drug Do.
The wife of W. C. McDonald at Ros
well, presented bor husband with a ten-
pound boy.
A hacking oough Is not only annoy
ing to others, but is dangerous to the
person who bas it. One Minute Cough
Cure will quickly put an end to it.
Winters Drug Co.
Mrs. Ida Mendenhall ba opened a
mflllnarv Hon.,tm.n( mit.h .TnurtA. Prnit
& Co., down at Roswell.
Many political speakers, clergymen,
singers and others who use the voice
excessively, rely npon One Minute
Congh Cure to prevent huskicess and
laryngitis. Its value as a preventive
is only equaled by its power to afford
instantaneous relief. Winters Drug
Co.
Harry Bennett, of Roswell, has been
oalled to San Angelo to attend the
bedside of bis partner, who is very ill.
1 Chronic constipation is a painful,
disagreeable and life-shortening diffi
culty. It deranges the Bystem, causes
siok headache, bad breath, and poisons
the blood. It can be readily overcome
by DeWitt's Little Early Risers. These
little pills are great regulators. Win
ters Drug Co.
Mrs. T. H. Craig opened a private
school at Roswell.
Many lives of usefulness have been
cut short by neglect to break up an
ordinary cold. Pneumonia, bronchitis
and even consumption can be averted
by the prompt use of One Minute
Congh Cure. Winters Drng Co.
Dr. E. H. Skipwith has resumed
bis Roswell practice.
The Darlington, Wis., Journal says
editorially of a popular patent medi
oine: "We know from experience
that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy is all that is claim
ed for it, as on two occasions it stop
ped exoruciating pains and possibly
saved ns from an untimely grave. We
would not rest easy over night without
it in the house." This remedy un
doubtedly saves more pain and suff r-
ing than any. other medicine In the
world. Every family should keep it in
the house, for it is sure to be needed
sooner or later. For sale by K. D.
Goodall, Depot drug store.
A. Jacoby has purchased from
Charles A. Solomon, assignee, all of
the L. Freudenthal stock of goods,
down at Las Cruces.
Files, Plies flies.
A sure oure for Blind, Bloed
Ing and Itching Piles. Dr. Kirk's
German Pile Ointment has oured the
worst, cases of ten years' standing by
three or four applications. No one
need suffer ten minutes after using
Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment
Onr agent, Mr. Goodall, will warrant
svery box. Pnoe fl.OO. BoUT at
Depot drng store Las Vegas
A foot ball eleven is being organized
at Silver City.
IBuckleo's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped bands, chill
blains, corns and all skin eruptions,
and positively oures piles, or no pay
required. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Murphey-Van Petten Drug Co., Las
Vegas and East Las Vegas. At whole
tale by Browne & Manzanares Co
Geo. Houser is back at his old stand
as clerk of the Timmer house, down at
Silver City.
Memory is a little treacherous new
and then, and causes one to forget
some things worth remembering, un.
less one has an experience like that
which came to Mr. D. E. East, Moffat's
Creek, Va., who says "I have been
suffering for years with a torpid liver
and found no relief until I took Sim
mons Liver Regulator when I was en
tirely relieved of my troubles. I never
intend being without Simmons Liver
Regulator."
An Epworth league has been organ
ized by the M. E. church, south, at Las
Cruces, and will bold regular meetings
every Sunday evening.
Chamberlain's Bye and Skin Ointment
Is unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Scald Head, Sore Nipples, Chapped
Hands. Itching Piles, Burns, Frost Bites,
Chronic Sore Eyes and G ranulated Eye Lids.
For sale by druggists at 25 cents per box.
TO HOBSlTbwNEBS.
For putting a horse ii a fine healthy con
dition try Dr. Cady's Condition Powders.
They tone np the system, aid digestion, cure
loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correct
aiuuuy disorders and destroy worms, giving
new life to an old or over-worked horse. 2
cent per package- For sale by druggist
MOUNTAIN RESORTS.
lleautlfnl Places of Itetreat" for
the Health and Pleasure
Seeker.
A(ua Clara Resort.
The Agua Clara resort Is situated about
eighteen miles from Las Vegas, at the foot
oi mineral Dill at tne jnnciion ot two plu
turesque canons, the Blue and Teoolots
A beautiful small lake is formed opposite
tbe botel, about whlcb Is a forest of pine,
balsam and spruce trees, wblcb make tbe
Flace very desirable for tbose suilerlug
rora lung and throat difficulties. A free
carriage leaves tbe Mew Optlo botel at 3 p.
m, every Monday, transportation botb
ways furnlsbed without cost to visitors.
Tbe botel is built aud furnlsbed for oon
veulenoe and comfort, aod tbe table is
bountifully supplied and the cooking Is
Srst class. Tbe water Is the best to be
bad In Mew Mexioo, and comes pure aod
sparkling from springs In tbe mountain
side. Kates $6 per week. Further Infor
mation given at tbis otlle and at tbe New
Optlo botel. W. E. Bstbs,
frop.
Harvey's Mountain Home.
Tbis resort is famous tor its comfort,
oleanliness, superior table, abundance ol
rlcb milk and cream, as well as for its un
rivaled scener) and numerous near-by
points of Interest. The best trout flsbiuu
is accessible by short excursions to either
branch ot tbe Uallinas. Hermit Peak
and grand canon are of easy access. Bur
ro's are furnished to guests for daily
riding. Tbe Pecos National Park is witbin
six miles, and is reached by easy trail;
expeditions can be outfitted and guide se
cured at the ranch.
For transportation and terms, Inquire ol
Judge Wooster, East Las Vegas, or ad
dress. H. A. Hakvkt.
San Ignaclo Resort.
Tbe Hermitage la a new hotel situated at
the foot of Hermit's Peak, on tbe Bapello
river, up among the pines, it bas many
advantages not usually found at summei
reBorte, a good botel with modern Improve
ments and wen rurouhed rooms, a post'
oliice is located at tbis point, and free tele
phone connection is had witb Las Vegas.
Tbe table is bountifully supplied at ell
times with all that tbe season affords.
Quests wishing to oome, can telephone and
a conveyance will be sent for them. Rates,
il.w per ween. j. x . lujah Proprietor.
Sumner Mountain Resort.
Tbe El Porveoir mountain resort will
now reoeive guests for the summer.
Tbe most pictursque scenery in America,
nne nsbing ana nunting. Best or notei ac
eommodations in New Mexico. For terms
for board and lodging, apply to the Ko
mero Mercantile Co., Las Vegas.' Carriage
leaves their storo, southwest oorner of the
filaza, every Mnturday and Tuesday morn
ng at 8 o'clock ; fare for the round trip, $1.
For further Information, coll at tbe above
establishment. 80tf.
To HealUi-SMfcora
Tbe Blake Ranch, on tbe bead of tbe Rio
Bapello, is now prepared to receive a limit
ed number of boarders. Tbis ranch is
located in tbe heart of the mountains, amid
the most beautiful scenery in tbe world,
wbere brook trout and wild game offer
ample diversion for tbe nimrod or anyone
seeking out-door sport. It is located only
twenty-five miles from Las Vegas, and
within eight miles of the Kio Peoos, and
only three miles from ths headwaters of
tbe Rio Gallioos. Address,
Address Mrs. J. P. Blake, Roolada, or In
quire for conveyances and rates of W. K.
Crites, East Las Vegas, N. M.
IJ.P.BLsjn,
Ti-tf uootada. N. l.
Maj. Howell departed from Roswell
for California, where be goes to attend
tbe bedside of Mrs. Howell, who is
dangerously ill.
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is an
antiseptic, soothing and healing appli
cation for burns, scalds, cuts, bruises,
etc, and cures piles like uaglo, It in
stantly stops pain. Winters Drug Co.
Mrs. Israel King, who has been In
Old Mexico tor some time, arrived In
Silver City.. Her health being very
poor, she is now at the ladies' hospital,
down there.
Speed and safety are the watohwords
of the age. One Minute Cough Cure
aois speedily, safely and never fails.
Asthma, brochitis, coughs and colds are
cured by It. Winters Drug Co.
John Lucas, who left Silver City, a
short time ago, to attend sohool in
Kansas, is espeoted home in the near
future, having been very sick since his
departure. -
Tbey are so little that you hardly
know you are taking them. They oause
no griping, yet they act quickly and
most thoroughly. Such are the famous
little pills known as DeWitt's Little
Eirly Risers. Small in size, great in
results. Winttrs Drug Co.
Mrs. H. Parmaly, of Stoughton.Wis.,
who has spent the summer with her
daughter, Mrs. J. W. Scbofield, down
there, left Albuquerque for herWiscon
sin home.
If Troubled With Rheumatism Read This.
Annai'Olis, Md., April 16, 1894
I have used Chamberlain's Fain Balm
for rheumatism and found it to be all
that Is claimed for it. I believe it to
be tbe best preparation for rheumatism
and deep seated musoular pains' on tbe
market aud cheerfully recommend it to
tbe public. Jno, G. Brooks, dealer in
boots, shoes, etc, No, 18 Main si.
ALSO READ THIS. - ,;
Mechanic.! ville, St. Mary County,
Md. I eold a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm to a man who had been suf
fering with rheumatism for several
years. It made him a well man. A.
J. McGill. For sale at 50 oents per
bottle byK. D. Goodall, Depot drug
Store.
The residence of L. L, Merrill wss
burglarized at Albuquerque. From the
fact that nothing but articles belonging
to his wife were stolen, leads Mr. Merrill
to believe that the burglary was Com
mitted by a woman.
This Is Tour Opportunity.
On seceipt of ten cents, cash or stamps,
a generous sample will be mailed of the
most popular Catarrh and Hay Fever Cure
(Ely's Cream. Balm) sufficient to demon
strate the great merits of the remedy.
ELY BROTHERS,
66 Warren St., New York City.
Rev. John Reid, Jr. , of Great Falls, SJont.,
recommended Ely's Cream Balm to me. 1
nnn emiihaRize his statement. "It is a rjosi-
tive cure for catarrh if nsed as directed."
Rev. Francis W. Poole, Pastor CentralPres.
Church, Helena, Mont. ', ,
Ely's Cream Balm is the acknowledged
enre for catarrh nnd contains no mercury
not any injurious drug. Price, 50 cents.
The base ball games in Albuquerque,
next week, will be the best ever wit.
nessed in tbe southwest. All the clubs
which have entered have secured the
best players in the couulry for the oc
casion, and it will be a battle royal for
pig purses.
SILVER OR GOLD.
1
Better than either ia a healthy
liver. If tho liver is 0.' K. the
man is O.K. Ilia blood Ja kept
pure, hie digestion perfect, and he
can enjoy mo ana act mieuigenwy
and patiently upon the questions
of the duv. You all know what to
take. You have known it for years;
it ib fcsimmons laver iteguiator-
SIMMONSN
regulatoh7
For years you and your fathers
have found it of sterling worth;
It is and always has been put up
only by J. II. Zeilin & Co. Take
none but the genuine. It has the
Red Z on the front of the wrapper,
and'nothing else ia the same, and
nothing so good.
Mrs. H. . Porter sustained a frao
tore of bcr left arm, up at Raton,
caused by ber stepping on a board on
the porch at ber residence which slip,
ped, tbrowiog her violently forward on
ber left arm.
Confusion as to the choice ot a blood
purifier is unnecessary. There Is but
one lest Sarsaparilla, and that , is
Ayer's. This important faot was
recognized at the World's Fair, Chioa
go, 18U3, being the only blood-purifier
admitted to be placed on exhibition.
Jud Lyon and family, Kirk Lockard
and Mr. Hincbman returned to Raton
from a three-months trip in the moun
tains in Taos county, having enjoyed
the outing immensely.
If your children are subject to croup
watch tor the first symptom of the dis
easehoarseness. It Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is given as soon as tbe
child becomes hoarse it will prevent
the attack. Even after the cronpy
oough has appeared tbe attack can al
ways be prevented by giving this rem
edy. It is also invaluable for colds
and whooping cough. For sale by K.
D. Goodall, Depot drug store.
Frank Bowden, of Albuquerque, who
bas been seriously ill the past two
weeks, is reported much. better. '
TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY I
Taka Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggixts refund tbe money if It falls
to oure. 5o. tf
f?nl .7 TTranoiann fkavoa fit X jm
Lunas, spoke ia Spanish to the Old Al
buquerque McRinlev olnb to a crowded
house.
By using Hall's Hair Renewer, gray,
faded, or discolored hair assumes tbe
natural color of youth, and grows lux.
nriant and stroDg, pleasing everybody.
All the gardeners ot Albuquerque
made a liberal donation of vegetables
to tbe annual conference of the A.M.E.
church, which convened yesterday
morning and will continue till Mon.
day. .
Tetter, tcemi and all similar skin
troubles are cured bv the use of De
Witt's Witch Ilazil Salve. It soothes
at once, and restores the tissues to
their natural condition, and never fails
to cure piles. Winters Drug Co.
Joe Edmondson, an old employe of
the Colorado telephone and telegraph
company, at Albuquerque, has gone to
Mexioo, to sees bis fortune.
Are you bald P Is your clothing con
stantly covered with dandruff filthy
animal matter falling from a diseased
scalp P Does your head itcbP Is it in
fested with sores and scabs P Is your
bair growing thinner year by yearP Is
it dry and brittle P If so, you have a
parasitic disease ot the scalp, whioh
you are neglecting at great risk. Dan
derine will cure you quickly and per
manently. Money refunded in case of
failure. For sale by Sohaefer's phar
macy. .
The Woodmen of the World will en
tertain a number ot invited friends at
their meeting thallv jin.Albbquerque, on
Friday night. ''A .There! will be a nioe
concert": "aW . itt Jigoofr, Substantial
supper on the side. '
My bair kept fallmg out until I was
nearly bald, aud several remedies tried
seemed to do na-.-good. I commenced
using Danderine six weeks ago and the
result is a fine growth of new hair.
Mrs. Belle Pickett, Gutbne, O. T
For sale by 'Scbaefer's pharmacy. j
Bowman Phillips writes back to
Roswell from El Paso, that he intends
trjiug life in Old Mexioo for a few
months, and is now on his way to the
Paoifiu elope of that republic.
Madam Goffrier,
THE MASSAGE WONDER,
Has Arrived!
She stands ready to cure all com
plaints, no matter how serious or
long standing. Give her a trial
arid be convinced. ? , , : ,, ;
t Qllinii nnrl Rflsirlpnns. 714 Uain SI.
Mexican Central Railway.
From the sea to tbe clouds. Passing mod
ern cities and ancient monuments. Stan
dard guaee in everything management,
ideas and treatment of patrons. Tbe only
line in the Republic rnnuing Pullman pal
ace buffet sleeping cars between tbe cap
ital and nnlnr in the TJo!td States. Cheap
rates aua pioropt service. For full partic
ulars call bu or address
J. F. DoMonoK,
tf Com'l Agent El Paso. Texas.
, , ,
WWW
sjews of every clSslhaKS
other DFnyer2i
mmmmmmmm
BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
Barber Bhopa.
B. H. BLAUVELT,
Tonsortal Parlors,
Center Street.
Bon-ton. Bt Louis. Lone: Branoh. round
senator, and round, square and box pom-
paaour a speoiaity.
PABLOB BABBKB SHOP.
Center Street,
O. L. Gregory, Prop.
and cold baths In connection.
Banks
BAN MIGUEL NATIONAL,
Blzth street and Grand avenns
Dry Sosdi.
LD DlBOHERO,
It. Romero, Manager,
Booth Bide Flasa
County Surveyor.
r. HIRIUITB JONES.
CITT ENGINEER AND OOTJNTT BUB
veyor. Offlce, room 1, City Hall.
Physicians and Burgeons.
O. O. GORDON, M. D.
"VrnOB TAMMK OPERA HOUSE, EAST
J Las Vegas, N. H. Offlce hours: 11 to
Uo. m., a to 4 p.m.,; to 8 p.m.
DR. 4. St. CUNNINGHAM,
kHTSICIAN AND 8UKGKON. OrOTCB 15
Malboeut building, up stairs.
B. H. SKIPWITH,
SIOIAN AND SUBQXON. BOSWXIX,
N. M
Attorn eys-at-Law.
HOIVAH m LAKBAZOLO,
A TTORNKY8 AT LAW, DK8M ABAIS
jfioJbuUdlng.east side of plaia, LasVegas,
FRANK SPRINGER,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office in Union block. Sixth straat.
East Las Vegas, N. M.
B. A. rMB.B,
A TTORNET AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
J Santa re, N.M.(P. O. Box r.) Prac
tices in the supreme court and all district
courts or the Territory. Special attention
given to Spanish and Mexican grant titles
and mining litigation.
LONB ft FOBT
ATTOBNET8-AT-LAW. OFFICE, WT
man's block. East Las Vegns, N. M.
Plumbing.
J D. KUTZ.
TTEATING AND VENTILATION by steam,
XI hot water and hot air. Sewer and
drainage. East Las Vegas U. M.
Santa Fe Route
CONDENSED TIME TABLE.
WXSTWOBD
No.l.
STATIONS
EA8TWABD
NO. 4.
10 28pm
' Ohlcaaro
10 80pm
t worn
Kansas City
7 soam
5 00am
4 27pm
Topega .
Newton
Hutchinson
Denver
lopm
lOttfipm
6 80pm
9 lopm
12 SOami
11 !5om
BHOpm
8 00pm
1 10pm
8 45am
Colo. Hpr'gs
iu supm
rueoio
Trinidad
u nupra
7 nepm
LAS VEQASl
8 Ham
18 lopm
Santa re
10 10pm
10 60pm
n warn
LosUerrlllos
3 06am
Albuquerq'e
uopm
10 4ftam
11 40am
Demlng
El Paso
111 OOaml
1 10 00am
i S loam
Gallup
Wlnslow
Flacrstaff
2 85pm
9 85am
7 271m
7 ooam
I SSpm
4 20pm
I 8 05pm!
Los Angeles
10 45em8anFrancls
80pm
HOT SPBIHOS BEAlfOH.
Leave Dally. Arrive Dally.
JOS I 703 I 701 I CARD KO. 2.1 703 I 704 I 706
7:80p
7:8ISD
S:00p
8:OSD!
11:00a
11:05a
11:18a
11:25a
il:Sa
Las Vegas
Rrldire Ht.
3:lBp
210n
6:B8D
8:S5p
R:S0n
6.-60D
7:48p
8:18p
Upper L.V.
l:67p
6'40p
8:17p
7:Mp
S:C0P
B:'np
!S:S0p
riacica
EstSpr'ge
l:Mp
il.iOp
6:S5p
6:80p
8:10p
8:06 p
Arrive Dally,
Leave 'Dally.
Nos, 1 and 2, Pacific and Atlantic express,
bave Pullman palace drawing-room cars,
tourist sleeping cars and coaches between
Chicago and Los Angeles, San Diego and
San Francisco, and Pullman palace
cars and coaches between onlcago and the
City ol Mexico, - K. Oopelind,
, , Gen, Agont, El Paso, Tex. ,
W. R Bkownb, v .
T.T. A P. A., El Paso, Tex.
Ohas.F Jones,
Vastus. n.m..
Geol llclto Uo,
i HAfE -
Real Estate,
Mines; and
Mining
1 n -.A.
-sssus-s v
-a- M. v jsrsvA ,J
For Sale or Lease.
SOCIETIES.
MONTEZUMA LODOK NO. 938.
SEXENNIAL LKAGUK-Kegelar mvetlng
k? beoond Tuesday evening of each mouth
atl. O. 0. 1". bail.
B. J. Hamilton, Pres.
N. B. Bosibibbt, Seo'y.
I. O. O. F.
Tjm8 TJ08 LODG No. 4, meets ever
f?,?1 't'ng brethren are cordially
B. O. Oswioir, N. G.
. A. Luckko, V. O.
W. Fleck, Seo'y.
A. O. W.
DIAMOND LODGE No. 4, meets first and
Slllrn Tl.AHav w nl.... .1
Wymon Block, Douglas avenue. Vlsltlag
brethren are cordially Invited.
J. JHOBNHlLt, H. W.
o Go. w. Noxas.Beoorder.
W P. Bibzoo, financier.
K. ot P.
IL DOB A DO LODGE No. 1, meet at their
jOastle Hall In the Clement block, corner
Si'ii'1 ,t.reet "n1 rand avenue, over tbe
fvn,guoln?.".V.on"1 Ba?k- "very 'Thursday
. ' ' iuuuers or tne oiaer are
always weloome.
- B. O. LAR1MOBI, 0. 0.
L. J. Mabcits. K. am a. Jk a '
TlfH1 TEMPLEl, NO. 1, Bnthbone SIS
mlim. ' mi urusr aiwavs
welcome. MS. O.M. Adam..
OUIS. it. B. WILLIAMS, M. I. fa.
M.oflt.40.
A. JT. A A. M.
tMSSVSHSJSt'J?0' st mee na
0.0ILIO BOSXHWAL-sTof DlL"' W- "
IJKSI VAoaa D..l A a. ns . .
month vr-.r.""""' "1". eaca
,r,--;- vuuipauiuus iiaiernaiiy
Invited. L. 1). Wins. K.n.o'
L. H. HOFMaUTBB, See
Las Vegas Oommanderj, No. J. Begnlai
D VUU1UMIUUOI - , n J , J A0KUIHS
communication, second Tuesday aci
. . -, vuuwuu . uc.un y .HI n
month Vlalf.lniF Ei.l.h. ... .
' .1 uuiuiniiv W01-
Comed. o. A. RoTBnHn V n
ny
L. H. Hofh KISTBn . Hoc. '
TAiZPKWSi. 5??'
tmra Monday of each month. Sanctuary in
Hfllfln r Inmnla yi . rn
We Am nUTHGEB, I J M
.Recorder.
Maiinria visit in a mi. - -,.., .
r, r vufcv , would.
TltedtoatUndifiese bdier "!
Eastern Star
R'S?1 eommnnioatlons second and fourth
I bandar eveninss.
Mbs. j m. Lbssbnkt, Worthy Matron.
A. F. Bbhbdiot, Worthy Patron
Mas. Kmma Bbnbdiot, Treasurer.
All Tllltlnii hrnth.-.a-il n i . i . .
Invited. Mas. Mattu Mdbbat, Secretary ,
OmCKUH AND DIRBCTOBH.
John Bhank, President
. aj. m. ttoss, Vice-President.
i. B.,Moore, Seo'y and Treat.
V. U. Jameson, Manager,
John Rodos.
THE
Las Mas Telcjins Go.
Cor. Maruanares and Lincoln Aves,
East Las Vegas, N. M,
Electric Door Bells. Buro-lsr
Alarms and Private Telephones pu
in at reasonable rates.
F. OAKLEY,
Successor to J. 8. Elston.
Hoase ol Sip Paiiiiig
Glazing, Paper Hanging, Etc.
Shop Opposite Express Pffice
TELEPHONE 57.
A. T. ROGERS,
LATH OF BOGEB3 BKOH.
Practical Horseshoer,
Beneral Blaoismlthlng, Wagon and
Carriage Bepairing, aeatly and
promptly dons
RallroadAve.t
Opposite Browne ft Mansanares Co.,
EAST LAS VEGAS. NEW MEXICO.
K. MABTIK.
J. M. D. HOWARD
Martin & Howard,
Contractors & Uim.
Flam and SDecifications fnrnishprl
tree to patrons. Shop next door to
aoognton's Hardware Store.
C olalott,
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER.
Job Work and Repairing, House Hov
ing and Raising a Speoiaity.
SHOP COB. HINTH AND INTEROCBA
A. G. SCHMIDT!
Hanniaotnrer ot
And dealer In
Heavy . HardwnrOs
Every kind of wagon material on hand
Horseshoeing and repairing a speoiaity
Grand and Manzanares Avenues, East La
Vegas.
RAFAEL ROMERO,
Claim Agent.
LAS VEGAS, N. M.
Indian Depredation Claims a
Specialty.
Isaac B. HItt A Oo., Chicago, 111., Bur-
UMH., 11IUU1UBUU Ob M aWt TT ClBtllO JjvOQ , U , J, -
are aesoclated wltb me In canes before lo
Onnof nl Plalma
THE LAS VEGAS
Street Railway,
JOHN SHANK, Manager.
Cars every fifteen minutes, from 8. a. m.
to 8 p. m.
800 tickets for A5.00
100 tickets for 3.50
25 tickets for LOO
v Job Printing
Of aTery to.rtfpos
eseoated with neatness
and despatch
A t f liR Dntln hHm
naps
Carriages,

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