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And Hoi 4(ta fo BOTTLTD IN BOTID. 'i . J ''i. ATTQJbU. A i " k-ATX A. W. fKi Ui.E I. H'ONEY, ATTt'KSKV-AT-Vjr La and Avsisiant t'ntu-d t-rji. Atmr-nt-c (iifti r N. .corner bIhh. In Hiaa untel IjUUtiina;. T7ILLIAM B. Bl'.NKKB. ATTORNKY-A r VV law, :(,l-lHhrwt,otfrM iligae National bank, KulLu Vegas, N. M. TT'EANK SPRINGER, ATTORN EY-A.T-F law. Office la l ulon Block, SSUlfi Street, E vst Laa Yt-Kna. N. ii. LO. KOUT, ATTOKN F.Y-AT-LA W, Offlce, Wytnan Block, Last Laa Vena N. M. We handle evciyiaug in oar line A complete illustrated price list sent free upon application. The Lowest Priced Liqcoe House in the city. Billiard and pcol room in connec tion, on second floor. B. PATTY, General Hardware Dealer : iiflei Implements, Cook Stoves, KivUges, Garden and Lawn . Hofie. THE GARLAND. The World's Best Steel Ranges. Shte" Din Tanks a SnecialtM ON 8H0BT NOTICE. aRIOQF ST LAJ VFOAR, N M fill JOHN HILL, rack and Builder. Manufacturer of Sash and Doors, Mouldings, Scroll Sawing, i Sur ac-s and Watching, Planing Mill and Office, Corner of National Street and Grand Evenue. East Las Vegas Blauvelt's ; Metropolitan Tonsorial Parlors, 17 V. LONO. A TTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office U Wynian Bl ck. fcaat Laa Vegas, N. H. Bi. SMITH. ATTORNEY ANI) IXJU.n selorattaw. Onioe 107 bUth street, K. Laa Vegaa. N. M. PHYSICIANS. U J.TOWNPF.ND, M. P., Or FIDE AND RE3 n ravnitr l-'tfih and National, south of Monu-ruma park. talis promptly attended aajf or niKiiu -uu- DINTISTB. DR. H. 8. BEOWNTON, (sueoesgsr to R M Williams), Bridge Street. La Vegaf New Mexico. BA&Ba8H0P8. IJARLOR BARBER ShOH, CENTER Street. O. L. Gresory. Proprietor. Only skilled workmen employee!. Hot and cold ballis in connection. BANKS. AN MIGUEL NATIONAL BANK, SIXTH Btruel ana urana Avenue. EXTRACTS FROM EXCHANGE8. New Mexico Newt Scissored Bodily From the Newspaper. Knows No Law." Bat a Uzv of Nature bows to the necessity of keeping the Blood pure so that the entire system shall be strong, healthy and vigorous. To take Hocxf s SanaparSla, the gredt biood punfier, is therefore a law of health And it is A necessity in nearly every fiouse hold. never disappoints. Blood Disorders " l'y step daughter and I hiiie both been trou bled greatly tuith blood disorders And stomach troubles, and several bottles of Hood" s Sarsapanlla have been of great benefit." James F. Thompson, Wilmington, Ohio. 3fcC(fo SaUafjgu'flq Hood'. Pill cure llur itM ; thejton Irritating aU "tly catbartitf to take with HqimI'h PnraatariHn lift CJKKTtiR 8TRKKT AND 5t DOVO liAS AKNUK ftiai Telephone C, iiirunareB and Uncoiu Avet , Hi.: A trie Door Bells. Annunciators Burglar Alarms and Private Telephones at Reason able Rates. OFFICE: 138 per Annum. RKSIDENCE : $15 per Annum. RAST LAS VROAS N V odes' Hack Line ' Best hack service in the city Meets all trains. Calls prompt! utt-endo-i. Ofhce at L. U. Cooley'' Goto the - - : Old Reliable Second Hand Store OfW. B Crites, Wyinan Block, to buy or sell all Roods In our line. Or 'we -siU sell tha enfir haflneas on te'tnn to suit. Las Vegas Phona 131. Colorado Phone 131 Las r v Vegas Roller Mills, l. H. nnini, - Proprie or, Wholesale and Retail dealer In Floar, Graham, Corn Meal, Bran, WHEAT, ETC. .; Bllhest cash prlca paid for Milling Wkeat, Colorado 8eed Wheat for Bala In Season. Las Vegas New Mex. A movement is on foot In Roswell to organize a new lodge of the A. O. U. W. Claua Shirk, the principal of the H: german school, spent a day in Ros well. Sheep herders are killing cattle in Sc corro county merely to , obtain their hides. Miss Belle Mix, of Danville, Iowa, will lecture at the court house in So corro, Tuesday night, January 9. R W. McGasson, of Portales, who recently purchased the 'Elland sheep, wia in Roswell transacting business. Hoxy Perry was at home In Roswell from the Convent of Mercy school at Stanton, Texas, enjoying her vacation. Morris Nordhaus, of Demlng, has returned to Roswell to resume his studies at the New Mexico military Inrtitute. P. S. Keyes was in Roswell from La Mora ranch. He reports live stock as wintering well in hla part of the country. Dr. P. G. Cornl&h", chief surgeon of the railroad hospital, has opened an office in the Grant block down in Albu querque. Mrs. E. J. Harmon returned to Springer from Indianapolis, Indiana, and of course, will make that place hor home. A $2,000 Are occurred at the Gib- ron mine near Gallup. Th. boiler house and a well-boring: apparatus were burned. Ed Kinsinger left Roswell for- an extended Isit in Iowa, Illinois and Kanjas. He will be absent until about February 1. . Mrs. John J. O'Brien, whose hus band is chief mall carrier in Albuquer que, left that city for a visit to her old home In New York. The Lindauer Mercantile Co.,. of Doming, has had a large and attrac tive sign painted on the west wall of their establishment. Dr. E. E. Sonnanstine, "The Turk Doctor," gave several nice concerts in Socorro which have not received the appreciation they merit. A party was given to the young folks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Sever up at Springer, at which a large number were present. Meliton Torres and Jesus M. Torres of Socorro, are now employed school teachers at old San Marclal and Las Palomas respectively. The Red Men's lodge at Gallup, Is growing, six applications being re ceived at the last meeting and the camp is in a flourishing condition. P. Milton Johnson of Bland and J T. McLaughlin of San Pedro are two well-known mining men who were reg istered at the European in Albuquerque. At the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. W. C. Bruton, Mdss Julia Hud gpns of Socorro, was married "to Frank A. Wilson, a prosperous young gentle man of San Marclal. Charlie S. Bahney returned to So corro from an extended trip through the gulf states. He reports the busl ne?s outlook very favorable and times good everywhere he went f i F. Fischer, of Socorro, has rented his ranch at Luis Lopes to a family fnm Colorado by "the name of JForr rccter, who will farm the place and run a dairy in connection. . i 1 Richard Powers, who is in charge of one of the Linotype machines at the Journal-Democrat office, was for merly a typo on the Gallup Gleaner force, some six years ago. J. C. Baldwin and family an3 Mrs. Urldwin's mother, Mrs. N. A. Hflllard. have rented a part of Mrs. J. M. Rob inson's house at Socorro and will re side In that city for awhile. Mrs. Baker, wife of Rev. Baker of the M. E. church of Springer, was called east to the bedside of her mother, who was very low, and the aged lady died a few moments after the arrival of her daughter. The Ehrmann brothers and their sister, Mrs. John Deckert, received the sad news at Demlng of the death of their father, Valentine, In San Fran cipco, Calif. Mr. John Deckert left the same day for San Francisco, to at tend the funeral of the deceased. Valentine Ehrmann was seventy-five years of age and was one of the "lorty-nlners of California." ' Mrs. A. F. Ries, of Gallup, is at pres ent at San Jose, III, and it will be 3ome time before her return to Gallup. Little Albert is doing very nicely un der the care of Dr. Senn of Chicago. Mrs. Chas. Longuemare, of El Paso, was visiting her sister, Mrs. J. M. Hill, at Socorro. Mrs. Longuemare lived mnny years fh Socorro and has many friends here. So she has in Las Ve gas. - . Mr and Mrs. H. B.' Steward return ed to Springer trom a" visit to their daughter, Mrs. John Lamb at Bland, New. Mexico. Mr. Steward reports that the camp is coming to the front In every particular. Dr. Harper was called out to Clark- ville from Gallup and on arriving there found that one Atanacio Lo pczey had been injured fatally by a fall of coal In a room at that mine, His neck was broken. Fred Butler and J. H. Shannon leached Springer from Trinidad and let for the mining country in western U?ave his home. Colfax and about La Belle. They Shipments of hav, mining . interests out there that they are looking after. A. G. McDonald, a mining man from 7lld Horse, near Grafton,, visited So corro Mr. McDonald states that there Is considerable prospecting and development work being done on the north end of the Black Range. E.M.Kealer.the popular and affahle proprietor of the club rooms at So corro, presented the Chieftain office w'th a bcx of excellent cigars. Of course they were handed around among the boys in the back offlce. J. B.. . Moore, the Indian tra der was in Gallup last week. He bade his wife goodbye, as she will remain in Albuquerque for the winter for change of altitude and to give the little one the advantages of school New Mexico claims the champion- hip for female wolf trappers. Six gray wolves, or lobos, as they are caMed In Spanish, in six weeks is the record of Mrs. Sullivan who lives on Wild Horse creek, near Grafton, in Sierra county. Last Monday was the parochial feast day at Lemitar, Socorro county, and a grand time was anticipated by the villagers. Mass was celebrated at the village church in the forenoon, after which games and sports were engaged in, winding up at night with "Cbet" Reid has been under thf weather. Sixteen patients at the Las Vegas railroad hospital and all getting along nicely. A good many boys are on the anx ious seat, waiting to hear the result of that Chicago meeting. The family of Brakeman Ed Foote are at home from Trinidad. Colo and report the prevalence of diph theria in that city. T. M. O'Brien and J. A. McClure have also been named as baggagemen on trains t and 17 between Albuquer que and La Junta. Last night engine 817, Engineer Sulier at the throttle, brought No. 2 passenger train, ten cars, up from Al buquerque, 1S2 miles, in five hours. James Tolle, switchman in the Las Vegas yard, who had his hand cajght between couplings and mashed, has had to have the middle and index Ingers of his right hand amputated at the railroad hospital. John Bieber, who had been firing on be Santa Fe branch temporarily, has returned to the city and resumed his old position running out of here on freight. A pleasant fellow, he, and his friends are glad to see him back. C. B. Eddy, president of the El Paso & Northeastern, recently rcM turner! from the east where he had been to confer with the stockholders of the road in reference to the differ ent enterprises In Otero and Lincoln counties. J. H. Baer, Albuquerque machinist, has gone to Chicago with the Inten tion of engaging in business for him self. E. J. White, also a machinist of that city, hied himself away to the City of Mexico, where he has obtained a good position at his favorite trade. E. D. Kenna, general attorney of the Hanta Fe residing in Chicago, has been seriously ill for several weeks, suffering from appendicitis. Mr. 1'ennr. is now on his way to recovery He has been able to ait up far some '.'me, but has not yet attempted to- a grand "balle." The effects of the eviction of small sheep and goat herds from the Gila river forest reservation Is being felt by stockmen of Grant and . Sierra counties, says the Socorro Chieftain, as many of these small flocks have been compelled to' go on to these ranges, having no other place to go. Colonel M. Cronin died at Lincoln. He had been a resident of New Mexico for the past thirty years, and for the past eighteen years had lived at Lincoln. He had held various posi tions of honor and trust, within the irtft of his townsmen, and at the time of his death, was chairman of the board of county commissioners of Lin coln county. oranges, going through from California, have light ened up since the holidays, only about thirty or forty carloads now going through dally. It is expected that the shipments will run up to eighty or 100 cars in a week or two as soon as the holiday supplies are exhausted. The Burlington has inaugurated an innovation in painting its passenger coaches and In a short while the old f'imiliar yellow train will have dis appeared entirely frorn the tracks of i'.s extensive eystem. It will appear na though the new coaches are in mourning for their predecessors, as their garbs will be of the darkest hue. In other words, the Burlington pass enger coaches will be painted black ir-stead of yellow in the future. The incoming of quite a number of hrakemen on this division it i-s said without apparently any extra work on the road to Justify it.it looked upon more or less as foreboding "trouble in the state of Denmark" in the near future. It is thought that there will be some news of the result of the meeting of the conference committees of three of the railway orders and the officials of the road, now in session at Chicago, in a few days. In acknowledging the receipt of a clergyman's permit for the year 1900, a Texas divine sent in the following to the chairman of the hureau: "May you and all your assistants accept of the free pass offered by our master, Jesus Christ, to all, as., president of the Heavenly Highway and chairman of the Passenger Bureau of the same narrow auge route, but a fine one to travel, and very safe no accidents on his line conditional through tickets and no stopover privileges al lowed even to us Methodists." It has been demonstrated repeated- lv in every state in the union and in many foreign countries that Chamber lain's Cough Remedy Is a certain 'pre ventive and cure for croup. It has become the universal remedy for that disease. M. V. Fisher, of Liberty, W. Va.. only-repeats what h"as been said around the globe when he writes: "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy in my family for several years and always with perfect success. We believe that it is not only the best cough remedy, but that it is a sure cure for croup. It has saved the lives cf our children a number of times.' This remedy is for aale by K. D. Good- all, Druggist. Bismarck's Iron Nerve. Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremen dous energy are not found where Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. If you want these qualities and the success they bring, use Dr. King's New Life Pills, They develop every power of brain and body. Only 25c at Browne-Manzan- ares and Murphey-Van Petten drug scores . Exclusive Coal & Wad Dealer JAMES O'BYRNE. Successor to A. CORCORAN. All grades and kinds of liard, and Soft Coal $ Constantly on hand. RpstcniHHty of pmeand plnon wood, ready foVtliestoVe All Llndsof f-? post. Prompt dellTery. Telephones 4i aua . . West Lincoln- Avenue. Inactive Bowels. Many people suffer from constipa tion. This invariably produces stom ach, liver and kidney disease. Consti pation is a dangerous disease. Cure it with Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, There Is nothing better. It will not shock the system and it positively cures indigestion, dyspepsia, bilious ness, malaria, fever and ague. Try It. It may be obtained from any druggist. See that a Prlvats Revenue. Stamp covers the neck of the bottle. Goocd FIOSTETTER'S for 11 ST0"AC! Every One OTTER: In round numbers' the consumption of iron and steel in the United States f r the current year will be more than 12,500 tons, or five times the amount of salt used by the country. U V-A a.i i ft "1 - Li J v And all the Christmas said. "Well, I'll be hanged.' stockings Timely information given Mrs George Long, of New Straitsville, Ohio, prevented a dreadful 'tragedy and saved two lives. A frightful ough had long kept her awake every night. She had tried many remedies and doctors but steadily grew worse until urged to try Dr. King's New Dis covery. One bottle wholly cured her, and she writes this marvelous medi cine also cured Mr. Long of a se vere attack of Pneumonia. Such cures are positive proof of the match less merit of this grand remedy for curing all throat, chest and lung trou bles. Only 50c and $1.00. Story of a Slave. To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of .disease is the worst form of slavery. George Williams, of Manchester, Mich, tells how such a slave was made free. He eays: "My wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn 07er in bed alone. After using two bottles of Electric , Bitters she wonderfully improved jfnd 'able to do her own work." This supreme reme dy for female diseases quickly cures nervousness, sleeplessness, melancho ly, headache, -backache, fainting and dizzy spells. This miracle working medicine is a godsend to weak, sickly run down people. Every bottle guar anteed. Only 60 cents. Sold Browne-Manzanares and Murphey- Van Petten drug stores. bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles free at Browne-Manzanares and Murphey- Van Petten drug stores, The word "Yule" has in reality noth- irg to do with Christmas. It is an old Scandinavian word, signifying the winter solstice, which was kept as Every feast by the 0id neathen Goths. . A good thing to take for that tired feeling is a street car. K. D. Goodall, Druggist, guarantees every bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and will refund the money to any one who is not satisfied after using two-thirds of the contents. This is the best remedy in the world for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup, and whooping cough and is pleasant and lafe to take. It prevents any tenden cy of a cold to result In pneumonia. MOKI TEA POSITIVELY CURES s'ck headache, indigestion and consti pation. A delightful herb drink. Re moves all eruptions of the skin, pro ducing a perfect complexion, or money refunded. 25 cts. and CO cts. O, Q, Schaefer, Druggist. When a man runs through a tune it is at the pace that kills. for- It has set the standard cf quality for oil competitors for the last thirty years. The strong- eSIP. film nriV rrtmrnt!tr! tr n rv i - 4 U - USo- rnftnn ! liiff rrnnrl rtes A rhntlnn' - " " " mm.j vwiIf.'WbaiWI VLtii l.ilvu i -1 k II U k Ilia VUilVVl IO JUSk JJ UWU U I UUWMW J a 'HREE concLUGiorjo The best Coffee is Arbuckles'. The only Coffee to buy Is Arbuckles The .right thing is to insist on having Arbuckles'. 23L No. 72 A School Bag. mode of baooMcie colored mttlnz. K?nt rot-pa!d on receipt of Z real poLae ftiamp and 10 lsuatarea cot from wraptxn of Ar Duckies ituasted Coffee. rio. 74. Noiseless Spring Tapo Measure. l.-tHi CUSJ. Wtril- i H cud " 9 rarrlvl in tue I No. 73. Scholars' Companion. Hiatal? A most iwful rUcl for cnooi ciiiUlrrn. polinhedwocwifn box wltu and k ? y, latuintf lad cil. imi holder, lOC I . COD. rule nd rui.tr. If " hnt past. IK paid on rn. 1 ( celpt of tw. P . eent pofltage I lam, and 13 - iiuBluren cut ttuui wrai'jera of ArbucktM' Routed CotPt. post p ni'l ou " i-cett ! -p. BAHlRie Miftma nn1 10 wijtniinirf c r 'uu wrapper or, Wo. 75. A Fifty Foot Measuring Tapo. A TW7 Ufflil ntelsj In Ui 1 house- boi.innd on Ui farm. flrnm cm, fiil'rwn tar' liny left h r.t 8eni .Mint- anlH ou recrtpt of 2 eent posmao stamp and IS sinR.tnre cut frum wrapper! 01 Aroucum Moasieu ion?. 1 J;tS7 No. 76 Lady's Belt Buckle. IMPrer plated artistic detsgn. Sent peat paid ea receipt of 3 rent potao stamp and & aiana- ttre cut from wrappers of Aroucklctf' r.oftieJ CoUee. No. 77. Telescope Drinking Cup. Ttai article is prevented from fall ing aimrt by iut umqun con?t ru-'t ton. Zvickt-l-piiaWd aud litgL'y mushed. J, n rioewi in tiiiHiss tii n K-kel rovrr no turner than on v r tl i rmrv w uu-li J VTt-iy wti' ii trie- b c o n e (1 , i tended holds as mnch a rofcuri Sent poHt-ttttid au rereipt r.f 'J rent poiino el nmp nml 1 ( nii; na tures rut from nnmpcrs ot Ar buckiea' itoasieJ Coll t v. No. 78 An Album of Illustrated Natural History. Fifty colored plct.rtt ol Animal, selected for therr beamy and rartty. Sent poet-pnld aa l-e re I p I af a cent poatR.e .laaia aad 1. ala aalurea cut from wrapp.rs of arbuclties' Koastad CoffM. No. 79. PepperandS.lt Holders. Made of Herman Sliver without waui or Joint except wbera tope ecrew on ii nd off. wnt poat-pala tin receipt of Q eent poatac ntatiip and 1'i nlsnaturea out trffu w nippers of A r buck laa' J toasted Codes. We. BO A &pftrS 6!tno WIU watga from on. aaac. to s pounds, feat ar isren, ea.ra.a prepaid ar aa. rae.ipi ar. nil pa.iaas stamp aad .J... tarea oal fr.n wrapp.rs of Ar burklea' Koast.d I'oBh. Wbea or driof asm. your nearest Kiprm Otto, sa well as juur Post Offica. . No. 81 Men's Suspenders. Klostlc Web Bu spender., durable, neat. veil mounted. Beat post paid en re ceipt oftwo ccut post sat stamp and 10 sie naturea cut from wrap. pcrs of Ar- bucklc'noaBt cd Collee. M No. 82 Barber Swing Strop. A double strop, One of leatber and one of oaavai, bound together. Lengtb, 2 inches, wirttb, two iiiobea, trimtuiDga nickel plated. Hent peit-pald on receipt of trm eent postaaro ntmnp and l'i isnatnrca cut from wrappers of Arbuckles Iloaat- No. 83 A Table Cover. E i4 K'i!?&t':$f- J i 13 -xi v,v -'mi flftnclfwme cloth, varle- RQted lieurrd pat turn whIi frlnire. iiU liirhea. Hent post-paid on receipt ot two cunt roarnoo fltnuin mid 'a1. ftiouu- t ii res cut fftjm wrappers ttf' Arbucklia1 l.OaiSiuu louee, Anj ona Book of the following List will ba sent post-paid on receipt of a 2 CMt postage siamp snd l'J slgnaturos cut Trom ; the wrappers of Arbucklos Roasted Coffee. No. C4 A ONE NIGWT MYSTERY, and two other great DetactlTe btortcs, by "Oj-tifci-fiuTH." No. CS ADVENTURES OF A BASHFUL BACHELOR, by Claba Auousta, A miriU provoking mory. No. CO TEMPEST AND 8UNSH1NE. A Novel HMr.MbtJ. lloLJaaiJi. Ibe mast popular icma.e wnttr of tictiouof Uieage. No. E7 THE SUNNYSlDt: COOK BOOK, Mm. Jennie ITarlax. I bis Is quo of ttm most couiprcbeustve, cunjmoD ttiN Cook Cooks ever piibibu'.d. No. 08 OLD SECRETS AND MEW DISCOVERIES. Tb!s book takpsthe reader ontefilie bemun trucks cf knowledge, and will be found bolt, entertalumg and uaeiut. No. 09 THREE THOUSAND THINGS WORTH KNOWING, by li, MooitB, author of "Moore's Uiilvt-rtnl Assistant." This book Is an encyclopedia of highly useful mfurmation in condensed form. No. 0 THE CITY OF DREADFUL NXHT. and otUcr storles- ty RUDYAKD KieL12U. No. 91 The First Pray.r.' A bnutlfui Imports. Pteturs ISxM lash.s 1.1 sits. fla.Si p.at.pal.1 M roatpt t 9 aa.t ..at...' staaip ... 1. al.aav. tar, s s I from wrap. -s. pen of A rbacklss' Boastad Col!a, No. 02 Trie First Kiss 1 .1 1 A, rtM A . A neaauiu. lai IT' ix- i was puniit-a r- Si. imported If-St. Jfitt itriP by rcy I -1 , p ,, 11 ill WhN Morsn.'jhla &-w.S-: picture 15 I U' JzL Xxrl reproUuc- TfiLr-s. SOlnchesln J rrfizt iLR tlon In 14 Alhtk site. Bent SkJOfl VU P"n'i"P '.''S 4 poat-pald isC -aW.yJ work cf art. f iAJfM -M"f3 o receipt SjJ 7VV 8l". "i,x I Vr JHaf i r a V3vf " v i Indies. ?Sieft tne J- , paid on Af ' TSlWS stampand J&C5?' -y Wj receipt of 1K 10 H4- VMJn-t tarn cat stamp nn.l HSs from wrap. ' jarf?'-- 10 isnn. . I 1 liiren cut i ' pers ot Ar- No. S3 Two Is Company. The orlplnnl buckles' Boasted Co flee. from wrappers of ArDucklcs' iioasted Colloe. . No. 4. A Basket of Beauties. A tnaitnlflcent picture of Itose, by Paul 1 T.onKpr. tlie great painter of tlotverft. We believs this to be one of tbe bunuiwmtat flower pictures ever offered to tbe Tn:Mli It la 16ix2Mi Inches in 8i7.e. Sent ptm'-p.iiri on receipt of cent powtnae Mtniiip mid 10 elannture. cut from wraplK-n. of ar buckles' Koasted Coffee. No. 03 Three Beautiful Flower Pictures. Each measuring 9x17 Inch?. The titles arc " Surcmor rrucrance," H A Vase of Lilies," and "Frnib. and Sweet," Theso tlireo. pictures all go toirethcr, and will be sent pnst-pnld on re ceipt ot '2 cont post noo stamp and 3 sis- nntnrcs cut fromwrap j pcrs of Arbuckles' i Rousted Coffee. I ' No. 06. Noah's Ark. A menagerie, eoosletlnf of II pair ot Animals Elephants, Camels, Deer, Horses. Cattle, Donkeys, Goats, Lions, Bears, Titers, Dogs and Cata. Each pair Is coupled and stands alone. They are lithographed la many colors en heavy cardboard, out eat and embossed. Every feature of the Animals is distinctly shown. The slephaats ar T Inches high snd 10 Inches loaf, aad Ut other Animals ars proportionately large. S.BS post-paid on receipt of 3 cant pasta, stamp aad 13 alaaaturee cut from wrappers of Arbuckles' Boasted Co free. Mo. 97. Eighty-one Cold Eyed Needles. SOLD EYED NEEDLES Tjjj f Pnt up In a pretty mor occo case, as sorted sizes, and made by tbe best Eng lish manufac turers. Sent p oat-paid on receipt of 3 eent p uttie stamp nod SO aisna turea cut from wrap pers of Ar buckles' Boasted Coffee. Wk raua '("VX, No. 93' Hair Pin Cabinet Ametftlbor JPtinruphe'l In colors, coiiTHtnuikj: Oua Hundred Iluir Puis, us sorted Bizes i.nl sU'les; Btrailit. crlmpied :n;l in visible. Th-.' dlnVrwit Btylen are In sepuruu- com partmems, rtr ic pom -paid on receipt of vi cent poataare rtamv and 10 siarnnturcs cut from wrappers of Ar buckles' Koasted Coflce. v v It, No. 99 A Pocket Mirror and Comb. Eet In neat leatber combination case, with white metal frame. Sent post-paid on receipt of 'J eent postage stamp and 7 siunatures cut from wrappers of Arbuckles' Roosted Coffee. 'jit: i- ' Mo. IOO i Safety 1 Pin Book Contain twenty -tour nickel - plated Baf.ty-Flne three slsea which en tar the ah Is Ids from either Ma, requiring no guiding when being secured or rs lessed. fen PMt-paid eat receipt af 9 (amp aad 8 aisnatarea cut from wrappers of Arbuckles' Jloasted Coffee. This Is s picture ol the Sig nature on Arbuckles' Roasted Coffee Wrapper, which you ar to cut out and send to us as s voucher. ' No other part ol the Coffee Wrapper will be accepted as a voucher, nor will this Picture be accepted as such. SOME OP VR SIHNATUKE8 ARE PRINTED ON RED BACKGROUND. This represents one page of a List which I found in each pound packuge of Arbuckles' Boasted Coffee, and with each paci,ao in wuiuu me xji.b is loituu me purcnaser nae douiui on the Dackage Is to be cutout and returned to Arbuckie Bros. as a voucber, in accordance with the directions printed la connection with ench item Illustrated and described in tbe List. This List will be kept good only till Mar 1. lMO. Another page of this List will appear In this paper shortly. no a definite nart of gome article to be selected bv him or be from the List, subject only to tbe condition that the signature address ail communications to ARBUCKLE BROS., NOTION Dl.PT.. NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. YOUR FACE hows the state of your feelings and he state of your health as well. Im pure blood makes Itself apparent in pale and sallow complexion, Pim ple and Skin Eruptions. If you are feeling weak and worn out and do not have a healthy appearance, you should try Acker's Blood Elixir. It cures all blood diseases where cheap Sarsa- parillas and so called purifiers fall; Irnowlng this, we sell every bottle on a positive guarantee. O. Q. Schafer, Druggist. A large trade is done in Germany in artificial sponges, which are produced by a patented process depending prin cipally on the action of zinc chloride solution oil pure cellulose. , ..ACKER'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS are sold on a positive guarantee. Cures heart-burn, raising of the foqd, distress after eating or any form of dyspepsia. One little tablet gives im mediate relief. 25 cts. and 50 cts. O. G. Schaefer, Druggist. The widow's mite is too often used as an excuse for cheap contributions. It Saved His Leg. P. A. Danforth, of LaGrange, Ga., suffered intensely for six . months with a frightful running sore on his leg. but writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly cured It in ten days. For Ulcers, Wounds, Burns, Bolls, Pain -or Piles it's the test salve in the world. Cure guaranteed. Only 25c. Sold by Browne-Manzanares and Murphey-Van Petten Druggists. Never in the history of North Car olina have so many charters for cot ton mills been taken out as in 1899, nor so much capital invested in sucB enterprises. I want to let the people who suffer from rheumatism ' and sciatica know that Chamberlain's Pain Balm re lieved me after a number of other medicines and a doctor bad failed. It la the best ' liniment I have ever known 'of. T." A. Dodgen, Alphraetta, Oa. Thousands have been cured of rheumatism by this remedy. One ap plication relieves" the pain. For sale by K.; D. Goodall, Druggist. Something for the New Year The world renowned success : of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, and their continued popularity for near half a century as a stomachic, Is scarcely more wonderful than the welcome that greets Hostetter's Almanac. This medical treatise is published by the Hostetter Company , Pittsburg, Pa., under their own Immediate super vision, employing sixty hands in that department. The issue of same for IjOO will be over eleven millions, printed in nine languages, i Refer to a copy of It for valuable and Interest ing reading concerning health, and numerous testimonials as to the effl-. cacy of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. The Almanac for 1900 can be obtained free of cost, from druggists and gen eral country dealers in all parts of the country. The Japanese come -nearer follow ing American : customs in celebrating Christmas than the otBer diplomats of non-Christian countries at'WasE French Tansy Vafers, the world's famous remedy for irregular and pain ful periods of ladies; are never fail ing and safe Married ladies' friend. French Tansy Wafers are the only re liable female remedy in the world; imported from Paris; take nothing else, but insist on genuine; in red wrappers with crown trade mark. La France Drug company, importers, 108 Turk St., San Francisco. For sale by O. G. Schaefer, druggist, sole agent, Las Vegas, N. M., Opera House corner. ..ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY will stop a cough at any tim-e, and will cure the worst cold In twelve hours, or money refunded. 25 cts. and 50 ct3. O. G. Schaefer, Druggist, ! A pure whjskey agrees with any food, in fact aid3 digestion. It tones the stomach, increases the flow of the fastrlc juices and so promotes strength and flesh. A pure whiskey lke HARPER Whiskey. Sold by J. B. Mackel, Las Vegas, N. M.; W. W. Rawlins, East Las Vegas, N. M. t.- ' $2,500 Reward 1 It is understood that there exists in this county a band of highwaymen who have organized, for the purpose of robbing some of the business hous es and bankc of this city and sever al of pur prominent business men and Institutions have decided to use their efforts to apprehend and convict, un der, the law any persons who may commit anytuch crimes in our midst. A fund of $2,500 has been raised for the purpose of being used as a re ward for the arrest and conviction of any person or persons who may here after commit any such crime in either Las Vegas or East Las Vegas, and within a few days a reward for the ar rest and conviction of such offenders will be offered by the governor of the territory of New Mexico, this reward to be paid out of the fund raised by our citizens. The governor is ex pected here within a short time to con fer with, our citizens and formally of fer the reward. 23-tf niversi Departments Now Organized: GRADUATE SCHOOL. NORMAL TRAINING. . . . KINDERGARTEN TRAINING. MANUAL TRAINING. '- ACADEMIC SCHOOL.' , LATIN SCIENTIFIC. ENGLISH. COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, Winter Term Begins Monday, January i, 1900. EDGAR L. IIEWETT, Pres't, Las Vegas, N. M. Skin Diseases. For the speedy and permanent enre of tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal. It relieves the itch ing and smarting almost instantly and its continued use eifects a permanent cure. It also enres itch, barbev's itch, scald bead, sore nipples, itching piles, chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and granulated lids. Br. fadr's Condition rm5er for horses are the best tonic, biood pnriaer ad vermifuge. Pi i. e. 3cei.-. Boldby Notice of Publication. ; Homestead Entry No. 4337. . Department of the Interior, Land Offlce at Santa Fe, N. M.r December 1st, 1899. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing named settler has filed no tice of his intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the probate Judge of San Miguel county at Las Vegas, N. M.', on January 11th, 1900, viz: Antonio Grlego for the NW4 Sec, 15, T. 14, N., R. 22, E. He names the following 'witnesses to prove his continuous residence up on and cultivation of said land, viz; Luis Romero y Lobato, of Gallinas Springs,' Antonio Maestas, of Gallinas i.prlngs, N. M., Atanacio Sena.of Las Vegas, Agustin Delgado, of Las Vegas MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. ' " 24-30t Shade Trees for Sale. For native shade trees Pat Young can furnish you any tree you want Now is the time to set them. He guarantees to replace all trees that fail to grow. Address Pat . Young, East Las Vegas, Postoffice, and he will call for your order. 8-3m Second-hand and misfit clothing all wool and just the thing to keep you warm this winter, guaranteed not to contain any Bhoddy, for sale cheap by J. B. Allen, tae tailor, Grand avenue, 29-tf Mrs. H., M. North, the dressmaker, has moved from 318 N. Grand avenue to 329 N. Railroad avenue, and re spectfully solicits the patronage of ladies desiring to have work done. Reduced" rates for the next 30 days 17-lm Las Vegas 'Phone 153. Colorado 'Phone 153 JOHN BOOTH, 5-Hackman East Las. gas Hick line. WIU call tor all Trans. o o Calls promptly attended to A C. SCHMIDT Vanufaotuis of - flaps, v Carnages, . Aaddialarte' Honvu HnrrJwnrn. very kind ot waa;o. material hand io,'ieahoetnt and repairing . specialty Srsad snd Maniaaara AmaN, feast La SUM. Nctice to Taxpayer. Under the law I am compelled to bring suit against all persons whose taxes on property In Mora county have become delinquent Property owners can save all costs of publica tion, court costs, etc., by paying at once. After suit is brought and judg ment obtained, under the new law the property will be turned over to the sheriff and sold to the highest . bidder, The taxes for 1899 are now due, and all parties who desire to receive the benefit of the 5 per cent discount on the payment of the last half -of the 1899 taxes, can do so by paying same not later than December 31st, 1S99. JUAN B. MARTINEZ, 22t Collector.