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ena, lets us know t: t be "!a ln took active part in the controversy over the lottery qm-hU-m on th? an lottery tide, ami caavassi-1 tie stare In that roemorulSa tarkiuUn, whists resulted la the destruction of tbe Lou isana State Lottery company a:ul cans attention to U e iiDani;;iI;y of Li various nomination. Congressman UansJeU, of LouUIan aayg ne was a prominent membe of the state constitutional convention a x oeiiaiur naie was appointed post master general Dy Grant In 1S74. an secretary of the navy by Hayes, but aecimea Doth. Congressman Wachter, of Maryland ays mat, during a contest for police commissioner of Baltimore, "his loval ty to his party and his devotion to his friends during the contest won him the admiration and respect of the re publicans ot the Third district congressman Denny, of Maryland sayB "it was due to his untiring efforts as cnairman of the city extension com tnittee that the city (Baltimore) was enlarged. . . , - Congressman Pearre, of Maryland says he took a prominent part In all aiecuBsions and legislations' In the state senate; also that he was noml- nated for congress on the 1475th ballot and that he "carried all the counties in his district for the first time In 1U history", and that hla victory In Cum Deriana was "unprecedented In the history of either party.." John R. Thayer, of Massachusetts advises us that he "has been one of the leading lawyers in Worcester coun ty for many years, giving especial at tention to the trial of causes before Juries," leading us to believe he is a kind of master at the art; he ought to know, for he says so himself; "has had a large number In the civil and crim lnal courts, In the latter of which he has appeared for the defense in six capital cases". There ere many law yers In New Mexico who are "diatin gulshed" under that standard of ex cellence but the defendants In many cases are not "distinguished"' but "overruled." We are not told If Mr. Thayer was successful. Of H. C. Smith, of Michigan, we are told that he "was chosen orator for his college at the state inter-colleglate, contest" and that "the repetition of his effort on that occasion brought him Into public notice." Congressman Crump, of Michigan, tells us he is a member of innumerable societies, lodges, and temples, and that "In politics he is a republican ot the stalwart type," whatever that is C. D. Shelden tells us of the public honors he has enjoyed, saying, "for this service" was sent to the leglsla ture, "where he was assigned to the most Important committees; for his services In this capacity was elected" to congress. J. T. McCleary, of Minnesota, says he "published Studies in Civics, and a manual of Civics, which are used in the best schools In the country." Thomas Spight, of Mississippi, says that In the confederate army he "be came captain of his company before he was twenty-one years old. Senator Clark, of Montana, com plains that he was defeated for con gress In 1888 "because of a schism in his party." We never shot one and Chat he was elected to the senate !n 1890 "but was not seated owing to the muddle growing out of the organiza tion of two legislatures In the state.' the democrats being counted out. He was caucus nominee for the senate In 1893; "assisted materially" . in re taining the capital at Helena. Senator Thurston says his ancestors were Puritans, his grand father and. great-grand father were revolutionary soldiers. . Congressman Neville bewails tfiat although he was elected supreme (court) Judge by 15,000 in 1896, yet "the office being contingent upon the adoption of a constitutional amend ment, which failed to carry, he did not take his seat." Fust thing, ketch de rabbit Senator Gallinger says that he had as physician and surgeon, "a practice which extended beyond the limits of his state and that he, In 1888, "made a speech seconding the nomination of Harrison." . ? - . Senator Sewell lets us know that he received honors in the army during thr. civil war for "distinguished services' and "gallant services"; and upon de claration of war with Spain "was ap pointed major-general," "but, at the unanimous request of the republican members of the senate, did not take the field." Congressman Stewart, of New Jer sey, admits that in his examination in his law class he took the first prize. Congressman Daly, of New Jersey proudly states that he "as a criminal lawyer stands at the head of the New. Jersey bar, and has, through his pro fessional and legislative career, be come familiar with every detail of constitutional and municipal law affecting New Jersey;" and when In the legislature, "although a new mem-, ber, was made leader of his party on the floor of the house," and "during five years of his senatorial career was the leader of his party on the floor; that he was elected to office of state senator "contrary to all precedent in that district;" that he was "invariably an officer of the county and state con tentions" of his party.. . ' Senator Depew says he "led the re nubllcan campaign in New York" in 1863, and"as candidate for secretary of state, reversed the democratic success of. 1862," "was candidate for United States senator to succeed Thomas C. Piatt" and "after a protracted and ex citing contest, in which he received the votes of a large majority of the 'republican legislators, he withdrew. "In 1885 the senatorship was tender ed him, but his business, professional engagements, prevented acceptance." "Was a candidate for the presidential nomination in 1888, and received nine-ity-one votes; presented the names of President Harrison to the convention of 1892, and that of Governor Morton In 1896;has 'been the orator on three great International occasions, the un veiling of the Statue of Liberty in New York harbor , the centennial celebration of the Inauguration of the first president of the United States the onenins of the world's fair ; was selected by the legislature to deliver the oration at the centennial celebration of the formation of the constitution of the state of New York, and at the services in the legislature In memory of Generals Sherman,- Hushed Fenton. and Garfield memo- i-ii cervices: also selected as the orator for the unveiling of the statu Of Alexander Hamilton," and "at the centennial celebration of the capture cf Maior Andre. Congressman Fitzgerald says he re ceived his degree of bachelor of laws, cum lude (with praise.) Congressman William Astor Chan' ler, of New York, tells of his father's nubile honors, and says of himself that he left Harvard University "tc Undertake explorations In Africa, the Congress u. l. mcT-f -s ;niaa Ryan is gratifM that the 'oivAtih'.atfon of the board of su- j.'-rvisurs in nas his associates gave f".;ai;n;n of their regard by electin. V.ia chairman." Congressman Amos Cutimiings say r na3 get type in nearly every state la the union; was a boy with Walker ia the last invasion of Nicaragua roc-ivr-d the congressional medal of honor for gallantry on the battlefield (civil war); has filled editorial posi tior.s on the New York Tribune, under Horace Greeley, on the New York Sun, New York Express, and was editor of the Evening Sua when elected. Congressman Levy, of New York. digs into geneaology; ha says he "in the eon of Capt. Jonas P. Levy, and a nephew of Commodore Uriah P. Levy a distinguished naval officer of th last generation, and author ot the abolition of flogging in the United States Navy." "Commodore Levy. in 1S30, at the suggestion of President Jackson became the owner of Monti celio. the home of Thomas Jefferson and at his death Mr. Levy became and still remains the owner. The home stead Is maintained by Mr. Levy in keeping with Its distinguished tradi tions." Senator Butler wants us to know that he "succeeded in passing the present railroad commission law of North Carolina and in securing r nnmher of other needed reforms;" that he was president and vice-president of the Farmers' Alliance; that "immediately after adjournment of the Chicago convention in 1892 he publicly declared that he would not support Grover Cleveland and at once severed his connection with the democratic party and went to work to organize and build up the People's Party; in the winter of 1893-4 he conceived the. plan of campaign which resulted In' such triumphant success at the fall election of 1894;" that his paper, the Caucasian, "has probably the largest circulation and is one of the most In fluential papers in the state." Senator Pritchard, of North Carolina says "he became prominent in the co operation movement in North Caro Una," whose success sent him to the senate. Congressman Atwater, of North Car olina, said that as chairman of tbe populist caucus, he "did all he could to keep the charters of the towns and cities from being changed and to keep them from being dominated by ne groes." Congressman Bellamy of the same state, says he "has practiced the pro fession of law for twenty-three years with marked success and has one of the largest and most lucrative prac tices in the state; Is the author of a number of historical essays and sketches." Congressman Spaulding, of North Dakota, says that in the state conven tion of 1896 he "led" the sound money and McKinley forces, and "no man in the state took a more active part in the cause of sound money, (whatever that is.) Congressmen Southard and Gros venor, of Ohio, tell us of .Revolution ary ancestry they couldn't help it we mean the ancestry. Congressman ' Lentz says he receiv ed votes for governor from three conr ventions "although not a candidate and refusing to permit his name to be presented." Senator Penrose tells us of his an thorship of a "History of the city gov ernment of Philadelphia," Congressman Young, of Phlladel phla, whispers a secret in saying that he has been and Is constant contribu tor to the Philadelphia Evening Star, "writing over the signature of 'S. M.' Congressman Brosius, Pennsylvania says he was with the Bermuda Hun' tired In their "brilliant charge at Green Plains," and that he was commission ed "for bravery on the field." He was defeated for congress "although, running over 7,600 votes ahead of his ticket." Congressman Connell, of Pennsyl vania, said that in 1S56 he showed "the ability to rise in life," which se cured him a good job; "has been prom inent In charitable and religious work, belne a member of the Methodist Fniaoonal church." - Congressman Thropp, of Pennsyl vania, says he was the "youngest ( civil) engineer on the L. S. & M, railroad. When about twenty-eight years of age was asked to be a candi date for coneress but declined" and "in 1881 was asked to be an independ ent candidate and declined." Congressman Graham was honorel In "witnessing the surrender of oen oral Lee at Appomattox." 1 Senator Tillman says "the demand for educational reform broadened into a demand for other changes in state nffairs and he was put forward by the farmers as candidate for governor in 1890:" to which he was elected; and was re-elected by "an overwhelming vote" in 1892; "his term as governor was signalized by the passage of the disnensarv law: and by the estab lishment of another college; an in stitutlon which bids fair to lead all similar schools in the south.' Congressman Talbert says he "help ed formulate the 'Ocala demands'"; and "Is a staunch democrat." Congressman Latimer "was urged to make the race for lieutenant gov ernor of his state (S. C.) in 1890, but declined." Congressman J. D. Richardson, ot Tennessee, the democratic leader on the floor of the house, is a member of innumerable fraternal orders. When twentv-eleht years old he was elected anoaker of the legislative house of Tennessee. He is editor and compiler ff messaees and papers of the presi dent's, a public document so popular that it is now being printed tor suo Rcrintion by a private concern. Congressman Gaines.oi lennessee, says he "was a Cleveland elector in 1892. and led the ballot, ana after wards became the leading exponent of free silver in his district." Congressman Sheppard, of Texas. savs he "studied law under his own twtelaee: while district judge he tried as many Important reiony caser ns any other Judge in Texas, and waf reversed therein only once;" that when a candidate for congress, 1894 for nomination, "after a contest of four weeks in which over 5,000 ballots, were taken, Anally nominated as a 'dark horse. Congressman Henry tells us he was valedictorian of his class at college! Congressman Hawley, of Texas tells us that he is a republican "and 1 of southern ancestry; voted for Grant in 1872, and always thereafter acted with the republican party in national contests Congressman Young, of Virginia says "he soon obtained recognition and early became prominent In politi cal circles," and "many municipal and industrial enterprises now In success ful operation bear witness to his ener gy and zeal Congressman Lamb, of Virginia, says he was left at the age of fifteen, as the main support of his father's large family; "served throughout the entire war with distinguished gal ete ttil to congress in IS'jS, by 2 62 majority; was unseated March 23rd 1RS, by the republican majority, Congressman Swanson Rays he taught In the public schools at the age of sixteen. feenator aster, of Washington, says he la descendant of Reginald Foster, at Wabash, Minn. "His friends pre vailed upon him to accept his first and last public offices as county surveyor and auditor; he and his business as sociates send the chief products of Washington throughout the United States by rail, and by sail and stean vessels throughout the world!" Senator Spooner says he was de feated for the senate by Vilas, "receiv ing, however, the full vote of the re publican members of the legislature; was unanimously nominated as repub lican candidate for governor of Wis consin In 1892, but was defeated. Senator Quarles dips Into genealogy as reciprocity, very likely and saya "in the U. S. senatorial contest ol 1881 received a very flattering voU but insisted on having his name with drawn; organized tue law firm ol Quarles, Spence & Quarles, of which he is the senior member, and now one of the leading firms of the state." Congressman Otjen bewails that, In his race for comptroller of Mllwauke in 1892, he "went down to defeat with the rest of the republican ticket under the Bennett law tidal wave;" wat defeated for senate by John L. Mitch en; was defeated again in 1893 fot congress. Delegate Perea, of New Mexico, sava ne was elected "on a straight sound money platform, which Indorsed tht last republican national platform adopted at St Louis." James Piper Taliaferro, of Florida, senator, goes somewhat into his . ge nealogy we suppose for the reasor that his genealogy went somewhal Into him. Senator Shelby M. Cullom placed Gen.Grant in nomination for the pres idency in 1872. Jas. M. Robinson, of Indiana, was once a newsboy. David Bremner Henderson, of Iowa, Is a foreigner, having moved to the United States from Scotland when six years old. Congressman Lacey, of Iowa, is the author of Lacey's Railway Digest anc Lacey's Iowa Digest. Congressman Boutelle was once a sailor. Congressman Wachter of Maryland, learned the trade of clothing cutter. Senator Hoar's numerous dignities are too numerous to mention; he es,' caped the conferring of presidency membership trusteeship, receivership or assigneeshlp of no historical, anti quarian, genealogical financial educa tional, literary, bellicose, pollticar oi eleemosynary body; presided over the republican convention of 1880, was "one of the managers in the part of the house of representatives of the Belknap Impeachment trial in 1876; member of the electoral commission In 1876" his career has been check ered, but well checkered. congressman Corliss, of Michigan drafted the first charter for Detroit which Is still the fundamental law of the municipality. There are three Smiths in from Michigan. Senator Nelson camp to the United States from Norway when six years old. M. E. Benton, of Missouri, savs hr "is the original 'offensive nartisan' who was charged with perniclmt!! activity in politics." Senator Chandler was secretarv of the navy from '82 to '85, appointed by rresiaeni Artnur. The election of Senator Depew re calls a story told upon himself In ret erence to Hon. Rufus Choate. These two orators were always Invited tc the various banquets given in New York, and delighted in "kidding" each other. At one banquet, Mr. Choatr, was called upon to respond. There is a town in New York state called De pew, where Is situated some natura1 gas works. Mr. Choate arose, ana rad, with great solemnity, a prospec tus issued by the "Depew Natural Gat Works, Limited," from beginning to end; of course the gas works have no reference to Senator Depew. Sen ator Depew was always a great talker, as his autobiography in the Congressional Record will testify. The auditors listened to the reading of the prospectus with breathless inter est, smiling at the connection between Depew's talkativeness and the "Depew Natural Gas Works," but at the con clusion, Mr. Choate looked innocently around the room, and without a smile asked, "why limited?" and then they all saw the point. Congressman Clayton, of Brooklyn, was born in Alabama in 1865; gradual ed at West Point, and besides having been In the U. S. army, was connected- with various military organizations, having organized and served witi. Troop C, New York Volunteers, at captain, in the Porto Rlcan campaign. Congressman Dan J. Richardson is only twenty-eight years old, and hat been graduated from school only since 1890. Senator Butler says he was prepare for college "chiefly by his mother. Senator Foraker has been twice de feated for the governorship of Ohio. Senator Wetmore was born durinr a visit of his parents to England. It must have been a bitter defeat for Congressman uamble in 1896, when he was defeated by a plurality of. 182 out of a total vote of 83,000. Senator Bate, with General Joseph Wheeler, is one of the very few (and only mentioned) members of congress who served in the Mexican war, Congressman Brownlow was appren tlce to a tinner and was a locomotive engineer. Henry Richard Gibson, of Tennes see, is a southern republican, having been born in Maryland. He sayB thai he, "In 1869 was elected a delegate to the constitutional convention which framed the present constitution, but refused to sign or vote for the consti tution because of some obnoxious pro visions, especially one making the prepayment of a poll tax a qualifica tion .for voting;" he was twice republ can nominee for presidential elector. but as he doesn't say whether he was elected, it is not a violent supposition to conclude the contrary. "In 1891 published "Suits in Chancery," a book that has become an authority in the courts of Tennessee and other states, Before Hon. Seth L. Milliken died, In the spring of 1897,Malne was repre sented in the lower house by S. L. Mil liken, T. B. Reed, Nelson Dingley anC Charles A. Boutelle; Mr. Milliken stood well; Boutelle was chairman o the committee on naval affairs, Mr- Reed was speaker and Mr. Dingle; was chairman of the ways and means committee all holding prominent places In congressional affairs, and well-known men whose reputations were not local to their state, and who, it was thought, could never be defeat ed and could never have. At this writ ing Milliken and Dingley are dead Mr. Reed has resigned, and Charles Boutelle ia In the Boston asylum In the need the Kit-U-rs Immedi ately. It cures quickly and !-rnuuie n 1 1 y whereaHothcr ,,T so-called rem edies fail. It is the king of all Htornacutonics K 'stomach last stages of Bright s disease and not likely to ever return to congress. Thus was the unusually strong delegation from .Maine ewept from the halls of congress In less than two years, (a congressman's term.) by the various causes Incident to human affairs. Mr. Reed'B successor was his private sec retary, Amos Allen. Senator, Daniel, of Virginia Is the author of the well-known and high legal authority entitled,. Daniel on At tachments and Daniel on Negotiable Instruments. Congressman Caushman.of Washing ton, fell from the high estate of "sec tion hand" on a railroad and cowboy on a ranch to the practice of law. Benjamin Marsh, of Illinois is the only man who refers to the confeder ates as "rebels." "The Noblest Mind ' The best contentment has." Yet, how ever noble In mind, no man or woman can have perfect contentment without pnysical health. The blood must be kept pure and the stomach and diges tive organs in -good order. The best means for this purpose is Hood's Sar- saparllla. It promptly cures all blood humors and eruptions and tones un me system. The favorite cathartic Is Hood's Pills. 25c. Jamison & McBrlde have opened a wholesale and retail grain store at Onby & Davis' old place, up at Raton, We have saved many doctor bills since we began using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in our home. We keep a bottle open all the time and whenever any of my family or myself begin to catch cold we begin to use the Cough Remedy, and as a result we never have to send away for a doctor and incur a large doctor bill, for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy never falls to cure. It Is certainly a medi cine of great merit and worth. D. S. Mearkle, General Merchant and Farm er, Mattie, Bedford county, Pa. For sale by K. D. Goodall, druggist Colonel Dwyer, of Raton, sold to F. Roth, 320 acres of Una de Gato pas ture land; consideration, $1,000. NO RIGHT TO UGLINESS. A woman who Is lovely in face.form and temper will always have friends, but one who would be attractive must keep her health. If she is weak, sick ly and all run down, she will be ner- vous and Irritable. If she has con stipation or kidney trouble, her im pure blood will cause pimples, blotch es, skin eruptions and a wretched complexion. Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate stomach, liver and kidneys and to purify the blood. It gives strong, nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety! skin, rich complexion. It will make good-looking, charming woman of run-down invalid.- Only 60 cents at Browne & Manzanares Co., and Mur- phey-Van Petten Drug Store. W. C. Barnes runs extensive herds of cattle near Dorsey, up the country t If troubled with rheumatism, give Chamberlain's Pain-Balm a trial. It will not cost you a cent if It does no good. v One application will relieve the pain. It also cures sprains and bruis es In one-third the time required by any other treatment. Cuts, burns, frostbites, qulnsey, pains in the side and chest, grandular an dother swell ings are quickly cured by applying it. Every bottle warranted. Price 25 and 50 cts.- K. D. Goodall Druggist Walter O'Brien loaded a car of hay at Maxwell City for Raton. SICK HEADACHE ABSOLUTELY and permanently cured by using Mokl Tea. A pleasant herb drink. Cures onstipation and indigestion, makes you eat, sleep, work and happy. Sat isfaction guaranteed or money back. 25cts, and 50 cts. O. G. Schaefer, Druggist. Lacy Everett, of Catskill, Colfax county, made the plnons a visit. French Tansy Wafers, the world's famous remedy for irregular and pain ful periods of ladles; are never fail ing and safe- Married ladles 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 Vegds. N. M Opera House corner. Jim Wilson, of Catskill, has gone to Colmor with a bunch of cattle. v Thonuradi are Trytas t la order to prove the treat merit oi Ely's Cream Balm, the most effective cure for Catarrh and Cold in Head, we have pre pared a generous trial size for 10 ceuts. Uet it ot your druggist or seua u cenis vo ELY BEOS., CG Vurren St., N. Y. City, I suffered from cstirrh of Va wort kind ever since a boy, uui I nevur hoped ft cure, bat Ely Crenin Lnhn seems tc i even that Many acqnaiutiuices have uei. it with exoeilent result. Ubcar Untrum 43 Warren Ave., Chicago 111. Ely's Cream Balm is fliB aclmowledfte inra for catarrh an 1 coutuina no cocaine mercury nor any injurious dm$. rr.oe. 60 Gents- At druggists or by uuuL Assessment Notice. Notice is hereby given to all persons subject to taxation residing 14 pre cinct 29 that I will be ready at my office, second door south of Douglas avenue on Sixth street, between the hours of 9 a. m., and 4 p. m., to re ceive returns of property subject to taxation, until the 30th day of April 1900. All those falling to make such returns within the specified time will be assessed by me, according to sec tion 2825, of the compiled laws of 18 84, and a penalty of 25 per cent add ed. J. F. ESQUIBEL, P. C. CARPENTER, Assessor. Deputy. 98 2m frcm the Kansas City feed pens, which will be sold at the same price as native beef, at my market on Douglas Avenue. I?Cio Roth. Notice to Taxpayers. The county printers ore preparing the deiinquect tax litt for the first half of 1S'J3. which will go to press in about two weeks. All unpaid taxes for last year became .delinquent on Jan. 2d, 1900. Save money and trouble by paying up at once. M. ROMERO. 101-4t Collector. The carpenters and joiners of Ros well have established a union of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America. It will be known as the Fountain City lodge and al ready has twenty-four members. HIS LIFE WAS SAVED. Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder ful deliverance from a frightful death. In telling of it he says: "I was taken with Typhoid Fever, that ran into Pneumonia. My lungs became hard ened. I was so weak I couldn't even sit up In bed. Nothing helped me. I expected to soon die of Consump tion, when I heard of Dr. King's New Discovery. One bottle gave great re lief. I continued to use it. and now am well and strong. I can't say too much In its praise." This marvellous medicine Is the surest and quickest cure In the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble. Regular sizes 50 cents and $1. Trial bottles free at Browne & Manzanares Co., and Murphey-Van Petten Drug Store; every bottle guar anteed. A nice line of palms and decorating plants now on sale at the Raton green houses. A. R. Fluent, editor of the "Jour Doylestown, Ohio, suffered for nal," a number of years from rheumatism In his right shoulder and side. He says: "My right arm at times was entirely useless. I tried Chamber lain's Pain Balm, and was surprised to receive relief almost Immediately. The Pain Balm has been a constant companion of mine ever since and it never fails." For sale by K. D. Good- all, druggist. A great quantity of stone has been hauled for coping the court house grounds up in Raton. PLAYED OUT. Dull Headache, Pains in various parts of the body, Sinking at the pit of the stomach, Loss of appetite, Fev erfshness, Pimples or Sores are all positive evidences of Impure blood. No matter how It became so It must be purified in order to obtain good health. Acker's Blood Elixir has nev er failed to cure Scrofulous- or Sypl '. litlc poisons or any other blood dis eases. It is certainly a wondeViul remedy, and we sell every bottle 6a a positive guarantee. O. G. Schaefer, Druggist. The Raton "Gazette" is justly proud of its large and faithful corps of cor respondents. DYSPEPSIA CAN BE CURED BY using Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets. One little Tablet will give immediate relief or money refunded. Sold In handsome tin boxes at 25 cts. O. G. Schaefer, Druggist. New Mexico pensions:. Original, William H. Barton, San Marcial, $6; Ell -McNew, Fresno, $8. A POWDER MILL EXPLOSION. Removes everything in sight; so do drastic mineral pills, but both are mighty dangerous. Don't dynamite the delicate machinery of your body with calomel, croton oil or aloes pills, when Dr. King's New Life Pills, which are gentle as a summer breeze, do the work perfectly. Cures Headache, Constipation. Only 25c at Browne & Manzanares Co., and Murphey-Van Petten Drug Store. Col. J. W. Dwyer and wife started from Raton for the City of Mexico, where they will be the guests of Gen eral Powell Clayton, the American ambassador. VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS. Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, cures them; also Old, Running and Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, "Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Best Pile cure on earth. Drives out Pains and Aches. Only 25 cts. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Browne & Manzanares Co., and Murphey-Van Petten Druggist. Judge H. C. Burnett, the Washing ton special attorney for the settlement of Indian depredation claims, who is attending to some official matters in Albuquerque, will leave for home in a few days. EXPERIENCE IS THE BEST teacher. Use Acker's English Rem edy in any case of coughs, colds or croup. Should it fail to give imme diate relief money refunded. 25 cts. and 50 cts. O. G. Schaefer, Druggist Gold Medals to HARPER whiskey at New Orleans & World's Fair, Chi cago. Try it, you will endorse the Judge's verdict. Sold by J. B. Mackel, Las Vegas, and W. W. Rawlins, East Las Vegas. Ask your Druggist for a generous IO CENT RH t il.j nil Ik I TRIAL Size. Ely's Crs Bin U n - ' - ill -. contains no cicnino, s mercury nnr any uiher -injurious lira;!. f It Is quietly Absorbed, f Utves lie.ictator.ee. U opens unit cleanse " ,t , ' . ' . , V - t, the .Naa! T'as-.g.-. f ,5 fl K h A 1 Allays (lui-immatton WWa-U lsWW Heals anil Protean tbs Memnrsnfc Kr-stores the rnses of Taste siut t-ineii. Full SizeSci Trial Sue lOe. ; at Urnet'ists or iy tn.-ill- , fcLY BitO fBLiui. 4 Wsrrei. Street. Kew York SOCIETIES. IL ltOKAIXJ I.OIUE.N. 1. K. Of F., nv J every .!oii.:iy hi n p. ui . t uieir l'st-e liail. third fl-r l tenifiii' I ot.r. N.uii Mrw t ami UrHiid Avenue. J. Hum.. C.C, tiro S"iu. li. ot K. t, t-AVi. KiiskHKM, M. ot t. ITtXiIi.VEN OF THE WORLD, MONTE , "' 1 limp No. 2, njojt., first and tlilrd p(ln--l;iv nf eii.-ii rrrnt n J. o. A. f. il hull. VUfuiig wjvs, f reecr. !a" hiviii-d 8. K. Hearth, C'let. K O. E. MF.KTS FIItST AND TH1HD Sixth Hi n-t-t LtnVe room. Visiting brother corUlaily loviu-d. r. 'o. T. Giinn, Exulted lluier T. E. Blacvult. St'y. I u. u. K. I. AH V EGAS LODUKNO.4, di.U a. rvi-ry morula? (-vvnlnir Ml th-tr l..il tMxt 1 Miwt. All vlsUlus l.rHhren are cor dlnlly iuvlUMl to attriid. W. 11. S hpi.tj. N. O. n. ;T.l?'""!LU s,-c''- w- K t K'TtS, Treat Vt. A. GiVt.vrt, Orueu-ry Trust. KEUEKAH UDGK. I. O. O. K. MEETS ax)nd and fourth Thursday eveulnuj of each month at the I. O. O. V. hall. M as. Eva John, N. Q. Mas. Clara Hit.u Sc'v. AO.U. W., DIAMOND LODGE NO. 4, mwts first and third Tut-sUay evnn- inirs each month. In Wyman Block, DouRlaa veuuo. v uuung oremren cordially lnvlll V. H. JAMESON. M. W. . . . Gbo. W. Koris. Becorder. A. J. Wertz, Financier nOl'E LODGE NO 3.DEGREE OE HONOK. Meets First and Third Fridays In A. O. U. W. Ilull. Mrs. Nkttie Jamehon, KeeorUer. Mrs. V. W. Fleck, Chief of Honor. EASTERN STAR. REGULAR OOMMDNI catlons second and fourth Thursday evenings of each month. All visiting brothers and sisters are cordially Invlsed. Mrs. Jui.ia A. Gksoohv, Worthy Matron. Mrs. Geii. Skliiv, Treasurer. Miss Blanche Kotuoko. Sec'y. A. F. & A. M. CHAPMAN LODGE NO. Z, Hezular communlciLtton ht-M nn t.tiifH Thursdays of each month, in the Masonic Temple. -Visiting brethren fraternally Invited. - K. L. M. Koss, W. M. C. H. Sporledbr, Sec'y. LAS VEGAS COMMANDRY NO. t, REG ular communications second Tuesdvs of each moth. Visiting Knights cordially welcomed. L. U. Webb, E.O. Q. A. Bothoeb, Rec T AS VEGAS ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER 1J No. 3. Regular convocations first Mon day In each month. Visiting coxpanons' generally Invited. H. M. Smith, E. H. F. C. H. tM'Oui.Eiimi. Acting Bec'y. BUSINESS DIREOTOHY. C J TOWNSEND, Ci" First Nii'ioiiiil M. J). OFFICE OVER IhIIi'-.'! nlTlf'n tlf,ili,tna nu. iiu, iitiriiuo; ri-suii'iice ll'iepnoiie, m l.i, Colorado. Residence Columbia Avrnue All calls prompt ly attended. 8H-lni T ADDISON JACKSON, M. D, (GRADU- nle University of Vermont) Fhyslclaii and burgeon, Puerto do Luna. N. M. (H-3m ATTORNEYS AT-LAW. ' F.OKUE I'. fliONEY. ATTOItNPV.AT. Law and Assistant. United States Attor ney. Ollice In Crockett building, tast Las Vegas, iN. 1 1 1LLI AM B. BUN KKU, ATTORNEY-AT- II laW. 1 A. SlVth Street. rtv, Wun Mdrni, National Bank, East Las Vegas, N. M. FRANK SPRINGER, ATTORNEY-AT-law. Otlice 111 Union Block. Slvt l. Kr...t East Las Vegas, N. M. LC. FORT, ATTORN EY-AT-LA W, OfHce, Wymau Block. East Las Venaa. N. M. 17 V. LONG, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Office li Wyman Bl ck. East Las Vegas, N. H. DTNTISTS. DR. H. 8. BROWNTON, Williams), lirldno (successsr to B. M Street, Las Vegas New Mexico. BARBER SHOPS. PARLOR BARBERSHOP, CENTER Street, O. L. Gregory, Proprietor. Only skilled workmen employed. Hot and cold baths In connection. Exclusive Coal & Vccd Dealer JAMES O'BYRNK. Successor to A. CORCORAN. All grades and kinds of Hard, and Soft Coal Constantly on hand. Best, quality of pin- and plnon wood, ready for the stove. All kinds of fence posts. Prompt delivery. Telephones 47 and 85. ; West Lincoln Avenue.' Las Vegas Phone 131. ' Colorado Phone 131 Las Vegas Roller Mills, J. It. SMITH, - Proprietor, Wholesale and Retail dealer in Flour, Graliam, Corn Meal, Bran WHEAT, ETC. Highest cash pries paid for Milling Wheat, Colorado Seed Wheat for Sale In Season. Las Vegas New Mex. H. E. V0GT Steam and Hot Water Heating REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE. Shop Corner Seventh and Douglas avenue. Telephone 169. bum 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 n and smarting almost instantly and its continued use edects a permanent cure. It also cures itch,, narbev s itch, scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, chapped hands, chronic Bore eyes and granulated lids. Dr. Tady's Condition Fowilers for horses are the best tonic, blood pnnfier annverrumiKe. A'rlce. vccnto. frioldbv The Optic office is the only place in the city or Territory where you can get embossed work done. We are prepared to do that cla?3 of work. 83-tt & CO., Sanitary t Plurabin ruunuiy anu ADLOif, Prcpr.,- J c i ', I Mill and :iinii ,OhuIi lurry built to order and IJ'qmircd. Cvstlnss of flll kit lis. "ladiine J work prnnjitly done. Aguit for Vcller ; Gasoline J-iiMiic; IN quire no engineer, no Mil el-", vo uiiii&ei; ljtt lower for pumping . j and ir.itlns; turposcs. ( all ana ecc us Agua Pura Company WHOLESALE DEALER IN PURE MOUNTAIN ICE Annual Capacity Lakes and storage in Las Vegas Hot Springs Canyon. Orr lc is pure, firm and clear, and gives entire satisfaction to onr many patrons. Office: 620 Douglas Ave., East Las Vegas, N. M. "EC ID. GOOIDALL, DEPOT DRUG STOB1 Finest Toilet Articles Sap, Etc. Finest Cigars In the City, Prescriptions Accurately Compounded. Cast Lu Shop corner National and 12th Sts. All lands of Blacksmithing, Wagon Work In f ict, everything pertaining to my line. BRANDING IRONS A SPECIALTY. A share of your patronage solicited. SSklfSt ron ocscniFTivc tabulator ctaloquk. 11027 Wolverine Dairy HERMAN HUUENB.OI.rZ. Prop The milk from this dairy is porifled by means of tbe Vermont Btrainer and Aera tor which takes oft the animal beat and odor by a straining piocess acd keeps tue miiK sweemve to eigne boars longer in ina oraina rv method. Las Veifas 'Phone 153. Colorado PhonelSS JOHN BOOTH, iMIackman East Las Vegas Hack Line. I, Will cull for all Trans. o o Calls promptly attended to All Style nod Sizmtfor TheGrnmineallbearthli jLvery & ina or a um. Trade Mar k. Kuwaiti Ot lOHUlttOLUl. FOR SALE BY . PATTY. 3RIDQE 8T. . LAS VEGA8, N M k. Henry. M. M. SUNDT HENRY & SUKDT, Contractors iBuilders. fUTEstimatss furnished free, on tfone; frame or brick buildings. OTJK MOTTO IS: HONEST WORI -:- FAIR PRICES. JOHN HILL, Contractor and Builder. Manufacturer of Sash and Doors, Mouldings, Scroll Sawing:, Sur ace and Matching, Planing Mill and Office, Got ner of ' National Street and Grand Evenue. East Las Vegas. Blauvelt's Metropolitan Tonsorial Parlors, 115 CENTER STREET ASD 613 DOVG tAS AKNDE. A AA WkW mm VritT WW iiiuimu onop. Esst Lss Vess, N. II. v 50.000 Tons ?(. M. V. Practical n llorseshoer, -Tabulatlnzand t 22wG Billing Machine. An Ever Ready, Effect! vaTtaM and Labor Saving Device i- ...for Premier Users. Simplifies BUI Making- and writing figures of different denominations ia JC. columns. It in no way Interferes with the JUr. typewriter for usual lines of work. if- wuiim iviuivi n 1 Wi 'if Champa Street, Denver. Colo. DICK HESSER IS THE MAN FOR ARTISTIC WALL PAPER I have a thousand samples of up-to- date wall paper. Drop me a line and I'll call on you. Also paintni got every description, Dick Hessbr. A. C. SCHMIDT tan a facta ret of lapis.-:-Carnages, And dealer I. Hoavy . Hardware, Ivery kind of wagon material en hand lorseshoelng and repairing a ipeokalty Brand and Manianares Atsovms, Bast La KM. J. B. MACKEL, WHOLESALE , LIQUOR AND GIBAR DEALER And Role Acuta for .9. Bottled in Bond. We handle, evciytaug m our line A. complete illustrated price list sent free upon application. Thb Lowest Priced Liquor House in the city. Billiard and pool room in connec tion, on second floor. Go to the - - Old Reliable Second Hand Store Of W. E. Crites, Wyman Block, to buy or sell all goods in our Una. Or we will sell the entire badness on terms to salt. f 5ra I I I wx ft 111 U -ritAr"