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Uave the Street to the City and Take Care of Your Sidewalks. To the Editors of The Optic. East Las Vegas, N. M.. March 13th. - lFJF.air3 aiiiiost every ay aiong tae etrwa of Laa Vega tne erection of a new building ncarc w an lonn a remark. So ranidlv is the work pushea forward, that K-ItWn sixty days a foundation will oeen laid and the entire etruc- . tnre placed under roof. During construction. It Is always pessary to u8e a pant of the ad jacent street for the storage of ma terlal as well aa space lor the work U,OT- 10 aajust such matters, the cuy council In June last Dassi ordinance regulating the use of the treeta for auch purpose. All parties oaye compiled with the ordinance wunout complaint Another Important provision this year was the granting of a franchise tor the construction of a sewer sys tem, me work was pushed tn m. pletlon aa rapidly as possible, and accomplished within sixty days The erection of five large buainesa houses In close proximity and the construction of a sewer in the same vicinity, made It somewhat Inconve nient for pedestrians aa well as for leamsters in passing alone the at. It being TOld-wiEer and the ground at times frozen, it was Impossible at all times to keep the streets and side walks In first-class condition. nA that fact has called forth remarks concerning the appearance of the streets. The city cleaning and repair force nas been sot at work and very soon every obstruction will be removed from the streets and all cross-walks wm be repaired. Now a word to complalners: While 'the city is succeeding in keeping the streets in, good condition, you are neglecting to keep your sidewalks in even a passable condition. The city council nas been very lenient towards you In this matter, hoping to see you manifest a little personal pride, by maintaining your walks in good con dition. You need not assume a belli rent attitude on the account of this plain statement. The public is en titled to a good sidewalk, which you are in outy bound to furnish. This hint, if heeded In time, will ward off the wrath to come, and keep you in good standing as a member of a pro gressive comimunlty. The city council has further pro vided to have the grade established on several streets, preparatory to further improvement Ample provJ slon has been made for drainage of all the lots west of the acequta on Ninth street from National street to Prince street, south of the Las Vegas roller mills. This is a very important undertaking, and will be of great benefit to all the property owners in the vicinity. This will be good news to all Resi dents on Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth streets, also on all cross streets from National street south to the river. The plan and profile can be seen at the city engineer's 'office. It is further contemplated to pro vide for the establishing of grade and drainage on Eighth street, Baca avenue and Washington street. The location of new houses along those streets renders it imperative. This work will require the expenditure of consiaeraoie mouey, uut, u m ucjio.cu that It will be cheerfully done. Another matter of importance to property owners ought to be more widely known and more persistently (acquiesced in. At an expense or over $1,500, street monuments were set at the intersection of nearly all streets In the city. This was done to pre serve the exact location of all lots The city engineer Is required to make and keep in his office a com plete record of all surveys of lots This provision was made so that lot owners might ascertain their exact boundaries,-have them recorded, and obviate litigation. There is a penalty of $25 for the violation of this pro chiment on the . o 1UU z streets or alleys. We are speaking of the growing i,tv of Las Vegas. The conditions reaulre the enforcement of the or dinances. To live In a well governed city is a privilege to those who are willing to obey the laws. Others re gard as oppresive, all ordinances that restrict their actions and compel the performance of any duty. So careless have some persons been as to the location of lines, that they have built houses on lots adjoining their pur chase, while some are not in the ad dition In which their lots are located, and some day they will be compelled to correct their blunder. CITY ENGINEER. Sealed Proposals. Sealed proposals . will be received till March 22nd, 1900, at the office of Marcus Brunswick, secretary of the Board of Directors of the New Mex ico Insane Asylum, for the building of kitchen and alterations of dining room. Plans are on file at the office of I H. and W. W. Rapp, architects. Las Vegas, N. M. The board reserves the right to re ject any or all bids. JOHN W. ZOLLARS President. MARCUS BRUNSWICK, g.2t. Secretary. A Candidate for the Pen. mm the SDrlnger "Stockman." Francisco Sanchez y Torres, of w ava aco had stolen eisrht head of cattle. Patricio Gallar- 5o was found Thursday with them at the head of the Ponil near Cimar ron. He is the same party that about a year ago etole six head of cows be . longing to M. A. Lopez at Cimarron, and was yesterday bound over to the grand jury of Colfax county on that charze the stealing of the cattle from Torres being a Mom county cose, will undoubtedly serve a term. He Tho F i ' c , it 1 s (1 it Iri r'l ll (1 vd I J I 1 L it wont on o 1 ACROSS THE BRINY DEEP. An Interesting Letter From the Hot meister Family in Germany. To the Editors of The Optic. Cassel, Cermany, Feb. 20th, 1900. Nearly three months have passed since our departure from dear, old Las Vegas and It seems but a day which haa flown too swiftly. When I promised a number of my Laa ogas friends, among them your self, to write about our trip, I had no idea how Imposslblo It would prove, to do so, unless I would forego a great deal of pleasure and sight seeing. The first stop we made, after leav ing home, was at Qulncy, 111, to pay a visit to a brother, whom we had pre vailed upon by letter to Join us and Imagine our pleasant surprise when upon our arrival at his home, things were being stored away and trunks packed for brother and his wife's European trip with us. Under the circumstances, our stay was only Cf short durantion (two days) and we proceeded on our Jour ney, Btopplng at Washington, etc. and were delighted -with the magnlfl cence and beauty of the library, the capitol, and other public buildlnra. One could fill many pages describing the Interesting sights of this moat distinguished of American cities, as also the hustling and bustling greater city of New York, where we spent a week, shopping and sight-seeing. The magnificent and gorgeous Christ mas displays of the greatest depart ment stores in the world must be seen to be appreciated. One day while walking up Broad way, the artery of New York, we had the pleasure of meeting Mrs. J. S. Raynolds, who was Intending to leave the same afternoon for dear, old Las Vegas. Wo also spent a number of pleasant hours with our valued Mend, Miss Mary Henry, daughter of the ex-mayor, with whom we visited the family of former townsman Her- sey, who is associated with Mr. Weeks, running a first-daita rwttaun. ant Although they are doing well tuey wouia not mind going west again. On December 12th, we finally em barked on the North German Lloyd steamer, "Trave," bound for Bremen, and while doing so imagine our pleas ant surprise when we met Mrs. Chas. Ilfeld, who informed us that he had engaged passage on our steamer. She was escorted by her son, Loula, who is now practicing law in New York. Eight German friends residing in New York were at the pier to bid us arewell and God-speed, and during a cold, heavy rain, our big steamer puffed out of the harbor, permitting rnly an indistinct view of the Btatue of liberty. Soon afterwards the bell called to lunch, which proved to me, s well as to many others, a ques lonable enjoyment. Tbe ' waves having already begun to roll amd toss the big steamer like a nut-shell, the passengers felt a peculiar "dizziness" creeping over them, -causing sudden and hasty departures from the dining isalon, followed by merry roars of laughter from those fortunate ones not yet ready to pay tribute to the sirens of the sea. To describe the comical and at times tragic scenes witnessed on board would require a wittier pen and mind than mine to do justice. Incidentally, 1 would mention, that things seemed at one time to take a "serious" turn in my own beloved little family, when my wife solemnly declared she would not. re-cross the ocean, and aa I was quite as positive of returning to our Sunshine state, it looked as if there would occur a "separation" in our family, dear mamma, of course, being emphatically seconded by Irene and Carl. According to my expectation, the sight of land and a change of scen ery brought a change of mind. Having safely arrived at Bremen on December 21st, we remained over night, continuing our journey per train next morning and after a six hours' ride, arrived at Cassel, where we were met and received with hear tiest welcome imaginable. Christmas . was celebrated In true German fashion, around a large Christmas tree, every memiher of our families being present . and joining with joyous hearts in singing the beautiful Christmas hymns. I must leave it to your imagination to pic ture the happiness of this family cir cle, after so many years of separation Cassel and its environs are regard ed by travelers as the healthiest and one of the prettiest cities of the Em pire, having about 100,000 inhabitants Being the capital of the province of Hessen and the residence of the com manding army officer, 10,000 soldiers are stationed here. Mrs. H. was carried away in admir ation with their beautiful uniforms and distinguished bearing. Each one seems to be proud to have the honor to wear the kaiser's uniform. We saw several regiments with bands pass In parade review before hA iiiirh commanding officers and were impressed with the precision and exactness displayed. It is recognized fact that no army in the world can claim euch discipline aa exists in the German. In speaking about our recent Amer ican-Spanish war, my German friends smile and say we had no modern army to fight and consequently our victory was a foregone conclusion. Cassel has one of the four (I be lieve)' royal opera houses which are conducted by the crown officials and on that account present only plays and operas of high clae3 and as it Is their aim to educate the people by the production of classic perform ances, rather than to make profits, large annual deficits are the expected results, which are covered out of the king's private Income. We have attended many operas and lassie plays and among them Wa?- ci "ffrnilmnenr" flfld SchliierS , f Or I ie ner s ' 1 1 of the gu r " t i 3 f 1? the tio , r J rv a v.ell-tra'n- x lit M i out by cJ 1.-- '- sentv-flve royal musicians, every one a eoloist, who must have attended and received . a diploma of proficiency from the con servatories of music. ! At times there are several hundred persons on the stage, gowned In ex quisite raiment and kingly splendor. Then the grand scenery! The "Wartburg Saal" In "Tannhauser,1 for Instance, being a work of art and an identical copy or representation of the one at Eisenach where the histor ical "Sangerkrieg" was held. The minutest details of a play worked out by art and skill to perfection, the Illusion seems real life and one for gets the surroundings and la deeply moved and impressed by the perform ance. People here are great enthusiasts of opera and classic plays and en gage eeats a week ahead. When first arrived, I had to miss some great performances on account of every de sirable seat having been sold out The celebrated violin virtuoso, Pablo Sarasate, assisted by a renoun ed pianist gave concerts hero but failed to hear him on account of fam lly reunions. I am pleased to say that churches are frequented to auch an extent that one must come half an hour before services begin if he wishes to secure seats. The weather having been very die- agreeable, Carl and Irene are dis gusted with Germany and as they like Miss Dolrymple'a kindergarten better than the German, they are anxious to go home. L. H. HOFMEISTER, P. S. Thanks for the promptness In sending The Optic; we would surely be homesick without It We admire its independence and . say Keep a stiff upper lip and keep on.' Pure Blood ia the best defense against disease and Hoetetter'8 Stomach Bitters makes healthy blood. If you want to get well and keep well, take It regu larly. It will keep the bowels active and cures all etomach disorders as dyspepsia, Indigestion, sluggish liver, weak kidneys, malaria feve rand ague. See that a Private Revenue Stamp covers the neck of the bottle. A Safeguard Against nOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS Sickness. Election Proclamation. There will be an election held in the city of Las Vegas, county of San Miguel, Territory of New Mexico, on the 3rd day of April, A. D. 1900, under the laws of said Territory, for the election of the following officers: One Mayor for one year; one City Clerk for one year; one City Treas urer for one year; one Alderman for two years from the first ward, one Alderman for two years from the sec ond ward, on a Alderman tor two years from the third ward, and one Alderman for two years from the fourth ward; one mem ber of the Board of Education for the term of two years, from the first ward, one member of the Board of Education for the term of two years from the second ward, one member of the Board of. Education for the term of two years from the third ward, one member of the Board of Education for the term of two years from the fourth ward. The polling places at said election will be as follows: First ward, cor ner of Eighth and Douglas, at "La Voz del Pueblo's" office; second ward, Judge Wooster's office, in City Hall building; third ward, John Hill's plan ing mill; fourth ward, Schlott's car penter shop, corner Columbia avenue and Ninth street. Of this election all legal voters of the said election will take due notice Done this 10th day of March, A. D. 1000. HENRY G. COORS, Mayor. Comrades W. 8. Fletcher and Ed ward Krumpegel, In obedience to a special detail of Carleton post, G. A. R., at Santa Fe, went out to Tesuque to visit Capt Edward Miller, who was recently thrown out of a wagon and seriously Injured. 'The Stronaest of Twenty Men." When Shakespeare employed the phrase he referred, or course, to healthy, able-bodied men. If he had lived In these days he wouia nave known that men and women who are not healthy may become so by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla This medicine, by making the blood rich and pure and eivins: good appetite and perfect digestion, imparts vitality and strength to the system. The non4rritating cathartic Hood's Pills. 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 fails to cure. It Is certainly a medi cine of great merit and worth. D. S Mearkle, General Merchant and Farm er, Mattle, Bedford county, Pa. For sale by K. D. Goodall, druggist. Sheriff Carlos Baca, of Valencia county, brought Jose Chaves up to Santa Fe from Los Lunas, and turned him over to the penitentiary author ities to serve out a sentence of five years recently passed upon him by Judge Crumpacker. Ask your Druggist or tgenerou 10 CENT TRIAL SHE. CATARRI ,1 L-.t. coiiumi no cocaine. BOTimry nr aiij injunonartfS'v it i qsuc.y AtMMwbi-d. Gs il fat " It pml pic 11 Al - I' 1 1 li.-. n a 1 l'i nil I J New Mexico Leading. From "El Capitan." Las Vegas is to have a woolen mill. On top of this comes reports from all parts of the Territory of a steady growth along all lines which goea to show that New Mexico is leading the van of progression. 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 stlpation 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 a good-looking, charming woman of a run-down invalid. Only SO cents at Browne ft Manzanares Co., and Mur phey-Van Petten Drug Store. W. S. Hopewell has secured a bond and lease' on the "Warren" mine at Hlllsboro, and will next month put thirty men to work on the property, If troubled with rheumatism, give Chamberlain's Pain-Balm a trial. It will not cost you a cent f it does no good. -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 A hundred more good mine leasers could find employment at Hlllsboro; at least, so says the "Sierra County Advocate." ACKER'S DY8PEPSIA TABLETS nre cold on a positive guarantee. Cures heart-burn, raising of the food, distress after eating or any form of dyspepsia. One little tablet gives Im mediate, relief. 25 cts. and 50 cts O. G. Schaefer, Druggtet. Active mining operations have been commenced on'the "Wloke" at Hllls boro, and arrangements have been made for the erection of a pyrltic smelter. French Tansy Wafers, the world's famous remedy for Irregular and pain ful periods of ladles; are never fall ing and safe. Married ladies' friend. French Tansy Wafere 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 G. Schaefer, druggist sole agent, Las Vegas, N. M.. Opera House corner. Mrs. Bernlce K. Luna, widow of the lamented Captain Maxim II iano Luna, who la visiting friends in Albu querque, expects to return to Santa Fe In a few days. VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS. Are grand, but Skin-Eruptions rob life of Joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, cures them; also Old, Running and Fever Sores, Ulcers, Bolls, 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. In the case of Clara Sampson vs. August Sampson, brought to Santa Fe from Rio Arriba county, a final decree was entered granting an abso lute divorce to the plaintiff. Thousand are TrylB tt Id order to prove the great merit of Ely's Cream BaUn, the mont effeotive cure for CuLirrh and Cold in Head, we have pre pared a generous trial size for 10 ceutn Get it of your druggist or send tO cents to ELY B30S., C6 Va-raa St., N. Y. City. I iuffered from catarrh of t'ia wort kind ever since a lov, it'.id I fcevr hoped f cure, but Ely's Cream Vo,u toems to even that Many aoqusitnuccs hxe of it with exsellent results. Oncar Ostium 43 Warren Ave., CLloag, HI. Ely' Cream Balm la tho aeTinowlcdgo torn for catarrh an;l contains 110 cocui" mercury nor any injurions dno;. Ft.ot BO cents- At druijaisU or 1-y nuul A fatal accident occurred at Ala- mogordo that cost the life of Calvin Jopling, a young lumberman la the employ of the lumber company. The well known Peralta Reavia, who at one time claimed most of the southern part of Arizona and New Mexico, and who spent a couple of years in the penitentiary for perjuries he made in trying to prove his claim, is now at Casa Grande, endeavoring to float a large irrigating scheme. L. N. Crawford, a graduate of the Louisville school of pharmacy, has succeeded to the position behind the prescription case at A. C. Ireland's drug store In Santa Fe, made vacant by the death of the lamented Albert Collins. Gold Medals to HARPER whiskey at New Orleans & World's Fair, Ohi cage. Try it you will endorse the Judge's verdict Sold by J. B. Mackel Las Vega3, and W. W. Rawlins, East Las Vegas. The pension office has restored and increased the pension of Robert Mc- Cuistlon, deceased, of Hlllsboro, from $8 to J 12 per month. Assessment Notice. Notice is hereby given to all persons subject to taxation residing i$ 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 failing to make such returns within the snecifled time will be assessed by me, according to sec tion 2S25, of the compiled laws of 1S 84, and a penalty of 25 per cent add ed. J. F. E3QUIEEL, P. C. CARPENTER, Assessor. Deputy. SS-Iin A CaR from the Kansas City feed pcns.'wlilch will be so!il at the same price as native beef, at my market on Douglas Avenue. Pete Roth. A three-mile pipe line Is being built from the Animas river to the "Trippe" mine at Andrews. When completed the Trippe mill will resume Its day and night shifts. HIS LIFE WAS SAVED. Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of Hannibal, Ko., 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 eay 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 CO cents and $1.. Trial bottles free at Browne & Manzanares Co., and Murphey-Van Petten Drug Store; every bottle guar anteed. The continuation of the "Goldon Era" vein has been struck on the Johnson" at Hlllsboro. It was dis covered at the depth of fifty feet, and two tons of $130 ore are being hoisted daily. A. R. Fluent, editor of the "Jour nal," Doylestown, Ohio, suffered for 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 falls." For sale by K. D. Good all, druggist. A new vein of oxidized gold ore was discovered on the "Golden Era" at Hillsboro. It Is located in the gulch and is twelve inches wide. This makes the "Golden Era" a three veined proposition. YOUR FACE Shows the state of your feelings and he state of your health as well. Im- nure blood makes Itself apparent In a pale and sallow complexion. Pim ples and Skin Eruptions. If you are feeling weak and worn out and do not have a healthy appearance, you should fry Acker's Blood Elixir. It cures all blood, diseases where cheap Sarsa- parlllas and no called purifiers fall; Irnowtng this, we sell every bottle on a positive guarantee. O. Q. Senator, Drugplst. The Capitol rebuilding board offer tor sale tools, machinery, materials, etc., which can be seen at the capitol grounds at Santa Fe. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY will stop a cough at any time, and will cure the worst cold in twelve hours, or money refunded. 25 cts. and 50 cts. O. O. Schaefer, Druggist R. C. McClure, of Louisa, Lawrence county, Ky., who succeeds J. B. Wil hoU as supervisor of the Pecos na tional park, arrived in Santa Fe, ac companied by his daughter. 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; The prospect In the Cerrlllos min ing region has not been aa favorable for fifteen years es it is today. 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 B0 eta. O. Q, Schaefer, Druggist. Skin Diseases. For the speedy and permanent cure of tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham berlain s Eye and bJim Ointment ia without an equal. Tt relieves the itch ing and smarting almost instantly and its continued use erfects a permanent cure. It also cures itch, barbev's itch, scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and granulated Iius. Dr. fndy's Condition IWders for horses are the best tonic, blood purifier tnd vermifuge. Price. 2cent. Soldbv Hack Line Best hack servico in the city. Meets all trains. Calls promptly ttended. Oftica at L. M. Cooky' Las Vegas Phone 131 Las Colorado Phone 131 Roller Mills, J. R. SUITH, Proprietor, Wholesale and Retail dealer la FliuFj GruiiSni) Cwi3 fjiCilj EitH WHEAT, ETC. Hlghe cash price paid for Mining Wheat, Colorado Seed Wheat for Sale In Settson. Las Vegas Ik.v Mint. OF BEEF CATTLE SOCIETIES. I7L DOKAro LOIXiF. NO. 1. K. of P., meete li every .Monday t p. m., Ht their Cusile Hall, third fkmr Clement's blwW. cor. bfxta Street and Grand Avenue. J. liirHU CO., ueo Shield, K. of H. S., Sacl KiSnthu M. of F. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD, MONTE ttima liamp No. S, meets first and third vVednesdMysof caoh ironth in J. O. A. U. M. halL Visiting aova. tracer??'1.'!? Invited 8. B, Dearth. Cler. 13. P. O. E. MEETS FIRST AND TH1HD Suth Street Lodira room. VlalLIn l.roili.r. wruiaiij innieu. Geo. T. Gomj), Exalted Ruler T. E. Blauvei.t, Sec'y. T O.O. F.LA8 VEGAS LODGE NO. 4, siueta a very monaay evening at tholr ball, Sixth btieet. All vlaltln brethren arc cor dially Invited to attedd. W. H. rlmoLTj. N. G. to 1 oL NSELI 8ec'r- W. E. C kites, Treat 11. a., ui t a, uemetery irustee. TJEBEKAU LODGE, I O. O. P. MEETS s 1. second ana rotirt.n n hnm rv Thursday eveninn of each mouth at the I. O. O. K. hall. Una. Clara Btu. Sec' v. AO.U. meet W.. DIAMOND LODGE NO. 4. meeiA nrat and thirn Tnouiat nn. 1uk each month, In Wynian Block, Donglat weuuu. vuuuug orevnren corniany invited V. II. JAMESON. M. W. m Gko. W. Notes, Recorder. A. J. Webtz, Financier TIOPE LODGE NO. 3, DEGREE OF HONOR Xi Meets Hrst and Third Fridays In A. O. U. W. Hall. airs. Mrrrit J, AUEKON. Kecorder. Mrs. F. W. Fleck, Chief of Honor. EASTERN STAR, REGULAR OOMMDNI cutions second and fourth Thursdu svenlnifsof each month. All visiting brothers wiu bislvi a wre cwruiuiiy inviseu. juiui. j v li a a. obioorv, wortnv natron. Mrs. Gro. Hki.by, Treasurer. Miss Blanche Kothoed. Bec'v. AF. & A. M. CHAPMAN LODGE NO. t. Keirular communication helri nn t.hlrri Thursdays of each month. In the Masonic Temple. visiting Drethren fraternally Invited. R. L. Al. Ross, W. M. 0. n. Eporleoer, Sec'y. LAS VEGAS COMMANDRY NO. , REG ularcommnnlcatlons fincond Tniuulvanf each moth. Visiting Knights cordially welcomed. . LD. Webb, E.O. G. A. Rothqeb, Roc T AS VEGAS ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER XJ No. 3. Regular convocation first Mon duy In each month. Vlatlnir rnnnmnni generally Invited. H. M. Smith, E. H. P. j n. ruilLCUKll. Acting BeC V. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. C J TOWNSEM), M. D, OFFICE OVER First Nn'ional banks office telephone IVo dorado: resilience leienhone. No. 1:15 Colorado. Residence Vtn Columbia Avenue All culls promptly attended. 8il-Im T ADDISON' JACKSON, M. D, (GIIADU tt ale University of Vermont) l'hyslciiin and !ui(jeon. l-uei-io de Luna. N. M. W-3m AXTOHNSYS AT-IAW. . EOKUE 1. MONEY, ATTORN EY-AT- Law and Assistant United Spates Attor ney, otv.ce lu Crockett building, East Las Yogas, IS. Al 1LL1AM B. HUNKER, ATTORNEY-AT-l;.lth Street, over San Mlgue National Bank, East Las Vegas, N. M. J7RANK SPRINGER, ATTORNE Y-AT-rv law- On'ce In Unloa Block, Sixth Btreet, East Las Vegus, N. M. LC. FORT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 0ce, Wyman Block, East Las Vegas, N. M. EV. LONG, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Oluce. Wyman Bl.ck, East Las Vegas, N. M. DTNTISTS. DR. H. B. BROWNTON, (suceesssr to B. M Williams), Bridge Street. Las Vega Nevr Mexico. BARBKH SHOPS. PARLOR BARBER ShOP, CENTER Street. O. L. Gregory, Proprietor. Only skilled workmen employed. Hot and cold baths In connection. a f WEST BODKO No. 1 Fix, arrive 12:tf p. m. Dep 1 4.1 p m 8:30 p. m 7. CO . . No 17 Tass. arrive 8:25 p. Ho 95 Freight CALirORV'i LIMITED Arrives at 6 :U0 a. m. end departs at S :0.1 a. m. on Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. ABT BOUND, No. 2i Paaa.tr rive 1:20 p. m. Dep. li&O p m No. 3 Pass, arrive 4:05 . m. Dep. 4:10 a. m. No. MFralcht 7:30 a. m. Mo. S3 is Denver train ; No. 1 la Calif ornii and No. 17 the Mexico trala. East bound California limited, Monday Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.arrive 3:45 a. m. Dep. 3.50 a. m. Santa Fe braactt trains connect with Mes. 1, S 8, 4, 17 and !. HOT SPRINGS BRANCH. LvLasVegu9:00a. tn. Ar Hot Springs 9:30 a. m Lt Las Vegas 11:80am. Ar Hot Springs 12:00 m Lv Lu Vegas 1 :25 p m. Ar Hoi Springs 1 : 55p m Lt Las Vegas 8:80 p m. Ar Hot Springs 4:00 pm LT Las Vegas 5:00 p m. Ar Hot Springs 5:30 p a Lt Hot Springs 9:40 a m. Ar Las Vegas 10:10 a m Lt Hot Springs 12:15 p m. Ar Las Vegas 12:45 p m Lt Hot Springs 2:05 pm. Ar Las Vegas 2:01 p in Lt Hot Springs 4:10 p m, Ar Las Vegas 4:40 p m Lt Hot Springs 5:P5 pro. Ai Las Vegas 6:00 p m Nos. 1 and i, California and Atlantic express, have Pullman palace drawing-room ears, tosrlit sleeping ears and coaches between Chicago and Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco, and No.'s 17 and 22 have Pullman palace cars tad coaches between Chicago and the City of Mexico. Ron ud trip tickets to points not over lbs miles at 10 per cent redaction. Commutation tickets between Las Vegas and Hot Springs, 10 rides 11.00. Good 60 days. Round trip tickets to the City of Mexico ana return, good iur six moiitus, oo.iu. Exclusive Coal&Vod Dealer JAMES O'BYRNE, 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 West Lincoln Avenue. H. E. VCGT & CO., Sanitary Ploiii Steam and Hot Water Heating REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE. Table e lie Siior Corner Seventh atid Douglas avenue. Telephone 169. Las Vegas iron Works Foundry and Machine Shop. J. C. ADLON, Prcpr., East las Vegas, ll JI. ,fv : t 'lill and ftiisirpSiacLincry Jbnilt to order and (l'fiV;'il'CTRirfd. tilings cf all kirds. machine y ( jMuiifc i,-if niTitJy done. jUuil lor Webster f-. (scJne inline; , n-iij.-i.v uun6ii mci iui initio and iiiigalii:?; uwrpoes. Call and fee us Agua Pura Company WHOLESALE DEALER IN PURE MOUNTAIN ICE $ Annual Capacity - - 50,000 Tons Lakes and storage la Las Vegas Hot Springs Canyon. Orr let is pure, firm and clear, and fives entire satisfaction to out many patrons. Office: 620 Dousrias Ave., East Las vegas, N. M. ID. O-OO-DJLDLIU EFOT BRHS STOS Finest Toilet Articles Soap, IStr. Finest Cigars Id the City. Prescriptions Accurately Compounded, Ksst Lu Vegas, K. M. 1 ll fj la Shop corner National and 12th Sts. AU kinds of Blacksmitliing, Wagon Work In lict, everything pertaining to my line. BRANDING IRONS A SPECIALTY. A share of your patronage solicited. 3F MS ran DCSSRIPTIVK tabulato cataloquk. 1627 Wolverine Dairy HERMAN BCUIMBOL-rZ, Prep The milk from this dairy is pnrifled by means of the Vermont Strainer and Aera tor wbicb takes oil the animal heel and odor hy a straining process and keeps (e mils s weetuve to eigne nours longer iau inn oraina rv metooa. Las Vegas "Phone 153. Colorado ' PhonelSS JOHN BOOTH, SMIackman East Las Vegas Hack Line. Will call for all Trans. o o Calls promptly attonded to AHfltTlM nnrlfll TheGfmalne nil benrthls rry Kind of Foel. Ar&tle Mum. ttewacs ol luut&uoas. S. PATTY. SOLE AGENT BRIDGE ST. LA8 VEGA 8. N M A. Hisrt. M. M. SCSDT HENRY & SUNDT, Contractors i?JhiildGrs. Estimates furnished free, on Btone; frame or brick buildmg3. OTJR MOTTO IS". HONEST WORK -:- FAIR PBICES." JOHN HILL, ntractor and Manufacturer of Sash and Doors, Mouldings, Scroll Sawing, Sur acj and Matching, Planing Mill and Office, Comer of National Street and Grand Evenue. East Las Vegas. Blauvelt's Metropolitan Tonsorial Parlors, tH CENTFIl STIUrr.T AND 61 ' I, A AFvr- tor A Builder Kiqnim no engineer, no Practical n liorseshoer. Tb Smith Premier ; Tabulating and An Ever Ready, Effective Tl.ne and Labor Saving Device ...for Premier User. SlmnllflMRIIt Mlrltirf rUI figures of different denominations lu Jc. columns. It tn no way Interferes with the f. typewriter for asnal lines of work. The Smith Pirmler Typewriter Co. Champa Street, Denver, Colo. DIOK HESSER 13 THE MA.N FOPw ARTISTIC WALL PAPER I have a thousand samples of up-to- date wall paper. Drop me a line and I'll call on yon. Also painting of every description,. Dick Hesser. A; C. SCHMIDT Manufacturer cl fagons.-:-Carriages, And dealer Is Hoovy .. Hardwares, Irerr kind of wagon material oa hand JarieshoainK and repairing a specialty Braad and Alaniaoares Atsousi, East La gaa. J. B. MACKEL, WHOLESALE LIQUOR AND GIEAR DEALER And Sola Acnts far Bottled hi Bokd. KJ" ,'1 ' (IN FVM PTTTl We handit eveiyiaug m our line A complete illustrated price list sent free upon application. The Lowr.sT Priced Liquor House in the city. Billiard and pool room in connec tion, on second floor. Go to the - - Old m t in w It ., .1'