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New Mexico Newt 8citord Bodi From the Newtpaper. A r..-w rrn)t'r will be built at San Ff-dro tlii year. The ranches around La Lui give promise of crops. James Eullard, of La Lux, died of paredysig a ft-w days ego. Refreshing rain have tory much improved the ranges of Dona Ana county. . I. Bean, who represents New York capital In the Jkarillas, arrived In White Oak a. Clint Llewellyn, of Las Cruces, has gone to El Pago and Galveston on a pleasure trip. Work haa commenced at Golden and prospects are bright for a busy camp there this year. The Flournoy & Plckard company have discontinued their banking d partment at Bland. ' Dr. and Mrs. 8. T. Pulllam. from Louisiana, have decided to make Tul arosa their future home. The welcome rains caused rejoicing among utockmen and farmer around Earlham, Dona Ana county.. Jones Taliaferro, of White Oaks, Is working a force of six men on bis copper mine in the GalUnaa. Attorney J. B. Bonham has decided to move from Las Cruces to the new town of Capltan, Lincoln county. ' The peach blossoms at Las Crucee re so far advanced that there is danger of their being nipped by frost The subscribers to the proposed telephone line met at the office of John Y. Hewitt, down at White Oaks, Mrs. M. M. Rudisille has returned to White Oaks from an extended visit among relatives in the eastern states. Mrs. P. M. Wheeler, of Denver, Colorado, a member of the Vlavl fra ternity, has been lecturing at White Oaks. Dr. Alex Crulckshank went to Mag- dalena from San Marcial to attend Miss McCuiston, suffering from men Ingltls. ." A considerable shipment of mo hair was made from Carlsbad to New York by the Matheson commission company. A social dance was given in the hall at San Marcial in honor of sev eral citizens who are booked for eastern trips. The prospects are that the Bap tists of New Mexico, will soon decide to establish a denominational college at Alamogordo. A. W. Tennant, the well known mining operator and owner, arrived In Silver City from a etay of. several weeks in Chicago. Roy Jacobs had a leg broken in two different places, by a wagon running oyer him, near his father's Capltan ranch, Lincoln county. T. J. Welch and family left Carls bad for their new home in West Plains, Mo., taking with them a car load of household effects. Geo. H.Cross.who has been at Bland for a week or ten days doing the dis trict for the Santa Fe paper, left for his home in the capital city. Some Deming men," in making a shipment of guano from Portillos, un earthed the skeleton of an Indian and some pottery in the cava J. T. Hagadorn, of Las Cruces, ar rived at San Marcial and soon be came the owner of 143 stands of bees, purchased from J. N. Broyles. Lon McCarty was before Judge County Commits loners of San Migue County, New Mexico. Laa Vegas. N. M., Oct., 4th, 139. Mating of the board of county com missioners of San Miguel county, New Mexico, held at 2 o'clock p. m pursuant to adjournment. Present, Commies loners Epitacio Quiutana, and A, T. Rogers; also the clerk by deputy, end interpreter. Absent, Commissioner Wm. Frank, chairman. Lommisstoner A. t. Rogers was elected temporary chairman, In the ab sence of the permanent chairman. 1 ne following accounts were ap proved: Precinct No. 25. Rafael Garcia, ser vice as clerk of election, 1898, $2. Precinct No. 26, J. P. Esqulbel, as sessor, 4 per cent on $942.60 license applications Issued during third quar ter of 1899, $37.70. J. D. Martinet, county school sup erintendent, salary for third quarter of 1899, $375; postage stamps for of fice, $6.40, total, $381.40. Epitacio Qulntana, salary as county commissioner, for third quarter of 1899, $125. and 180 tnilea mileage at Be, $9, total, $134. Wm. Frank, salary as county com missioner, for third quarter of 1899, $125; mileage, 60 mllea at Sc., $3, total. $128. A, T. Rogers, salary as county com missioner, third quarter of 1899, $125. Pedro Marques, salary as probate Judge, third quarter of 1899, $150, Gregorio Varela, salary as probate clerk, third quarter of 1899, $250; postage stamps, P. O. box rent $5; $255. Las Vegas Light ft Fuel Co., elec tric lights, third quarter of 1899, $312. Pilar Abeytia, services as inter preter to county conrmissloners, 7 days at $2, $14. Suzano Montano, Janitor court house, September, 1899, $35. El Independlente, publication of county commissioners' proceedings third quarter of 1899, $62.50. El Independlente, supplies for as sessor's office, September. 1899, $9. El Independlente, supplies for coun ty school superintendent's office, September, 1899, $24. El Independlente, supplies for treas urer and collector, September. 1899. $17.25. El Independlente, supplies for prob ate clerk, $10.50. Pascual Montano, salary as Jailer September, 1899, $50. Precinct 31, Jose Ma. Chaves, Judge of election, 1898, $2. Precinot 58, S. H. Neafus, repairs and road work at Jraimllloville, $33.75. Precinct 64,EugenIo Romero, 4 days i uk iava poMumce has been re- etttablittbed. me posioraee at b.inta Kot-a. Una alupe county, haa been changed bat to -that name from Eden. .ew possiorricts nave been estab lished at Eaeobosa. Bernalillo county Woodbury, Bernalillo county; Fierro Grant county; Hondo, Lincoln coun ty; Rayado, Colfax county. Superintendent Dyce, of the rural mail service, has assigned William E. Annin, of Phoenix, to take charg of the rural mall routes in New Mex ico, Arizona, California end Utah. It is only postmasters of first an sec jrid-class Hce who are authoriz ed to cash all money orders, irreepec tlve of place of payment, and to cash orders drawn on their respective of fices, the advices of which have not been received. The poetofflce at Elkins, Colfax county, has been discontinued; mall goes to Catsklll; Las Colonlas mall to Casaus, Guadalupe county; Mon tezuma mail to East View, Socorro county; South Spring mall to Ros well. Chaves county; Spring Hill mail to Folsom, Union county. Quarantine Against Mexico Raised, The quarantine has been removed and cattle from Mexico may now be admitted to Colorado, after inspection by the state cattle inspectors. Here tofore, Mexican cattle have been rig orously excluded from the state, but of late there has been such a demand from cattlemen for their admission because of the scarcity of cattle on the ranges that at a recent meeting of the state veterinary and sanitary board action removing the bar to their admission was taken. Several other states admit Mexican cattle. The board appointed James Morri son deputy sate inspector and county eheep Inspector for Dolores and Mon tezuma counties. J. B. Walker, of Denver, was ap pointed state cattle Inspector for Amarillo, Tex., and Florence, N. M. me ooara confirmed the agree ments of the Kansas and Nebraska boards to accept Colorado cattle within those states upon a bill of health from Colorado inspectors. Skeletons of Giants Found. Skeletons of two extraordinarily large men were found In the White Sands in Dona Ana county, about thirty miles from Tularosa, New Mexico. The prospectors who found the skeletons measured them and found them to be ndne feet and three inches and eight feet and nine Inches in height. There were with the bones two large stone battle axes, innumerable flints and some old rusty iron that had ap parently been part of an armor. The bones were in a good state of pres ervation and were lying close to- work with team, wagon aria driver, ' Ketner- witn every bone in its place. on streets, $8. The report of the assessor of appli cations for licenses issued during the quarter ending September 30, 1899, was presented to the board, examined and approved. The matter of credits on. tax rolls ordered to be made at yesterday's meeting of this board, In favor of Juan Dermal. Now comes ' Margarlto Romero, treasurer and ex-offtcio collector, and states to this board that such credits were not correct and that tne claims tor the same had been misrepresent ed to the board; and in view of such A Successful Newspaper. Misguided zeal In the arena of poll tics has been the downfall of a large percentage of newspapers. The mem ory of the average politician is very short By nature he is exceedingly selfish, often ungrateful. The fellow you dig out of obscurity, and sacri ficed valuable friends amd perhaps much business In booming for office. is the fellow who will soonest forget you when he hue attained the zenith of hie political glory. It does not pay to make much of a sacrifice for the nnHtlonl m.hMtnn of such men: but thereupon surrendered the orders to- one 8atl8factlon wnich you OL I .LA Knawl alaHvA in aiin I can realize. It is less difficult, costs There was no sign that the men had met & Violent death. The skeletons will be taken to El Paso, Texas, where they will be mounted. oiuniiiuii irouuiD makes people thin. They teed Hos teler s ttomaca Bitters at or.-e This medicine will enable the etom ach to do its work properly. It CIU the half starved blood vessels with pure blood, promotes assimilation ami nutrition and brings back health and strength. It cures stomach troubles, liver and kidney diseases. See that a Private Revenue Stamp covers the nerk of the bottle. Nature's TlCSTETTER'S II STfyiir.H EITTERS Own Medicine Lart year the peach crop of one man at Three Rivers was worth on the market $10,000. There haa not been a failure of the peach crop on the plains of the county for twenty five years. 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 kldneva 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 60 cents at Browne ft Manzanares Co., and Murphey-Van Petten Drug Store. Daura V. Peacock and Miss Clara Cunlffe were married at Las Cruces. vSi.'OcoLAT' t)! U'r t. ,'.l-.i,-..,.nl - " ' lav - - r. '5uClijlii. u "usuouin; arrives ai liOMen from Colorado to commence work on nis Black Hawk" mine. He intends pushing the sinking of the shaft now 100 feet deep, until plenty of mineral is found. YOUR FACE Shows the state of your feelings and he state of your health as well. Im mire 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 ry Acker s Blood Elixir. It cures all b?ood diseases where cheap Sarsa- parlllas and so called purifier fail: rnowlng this, we sell every bottle on a positive guarantee. O. O. Schafer, Druggist The Las Cruces orchestra, com posed f the very best local talent. among them Mrs. Frenger, Miss Lav- Hski, Mr. Stoes and others, will give a concert on April 6th. 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, week' when Dr. King's New Life Pills, which are gentle as a summer breeze, do the work perfectly. Cures Headache, onsupation. only 25c at Browne ft Manzanares Co., and 4 Murphey-Van , , ' e' p.Hm tw c.- . ! . . . dyspepsia. One MOKI TEA POSITIVELY CURES s'ck headache, Indigestion and const! pation. A delightful herb drink. Re moves all eruptions of the skin, pro ducing a perfect complexion, or money refunded. 25 cts. and 50 cts. O. O, Schaefer, Druggist. The San Pedro gold mining com pany, operating on the San Lorenzo gulch, Golden camp, has completed its mill and expects to etart up next ACKER'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS a'e sold oa a positive guarantee. Cures heart-burn, raising of the food, distress after eating or any form of little tablet gives im mediate relief. 25 cts. and CO cts. The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J. - - Schaefer, Druggist W. Williams died at the residence of Mrs. Williams' mother In Elizabeth- town with pneumonia. Miss Grace Hayes, who has been the guest of Mrs. J. K. Veffcill, down at San Marcial, left for Chicago. T?h li'KAW I.O!,K Sii. 1. K. 1 P., :-. I I J fvtrt Mi-i, i imti f. u... kt tt,,.,r ( h: i Aw-: ..... J. . j. . li. i. Ai I, it-rum tl, M. oft. . A (MR f- 4 f T t M'M FN' OK THE V,i, V fin, it ( ainp N..t . trwto ! ! 1'. M 1 ' N T K Ik tr-l u,..! It.! A ban. .u,jj kjvh reccr !V' tuvit.l B. R. t'liRTB. Citit.. iF.S uoy Al'UI.OW UKUVK, No, 5 WixiMM I inlt. (;- s mm 'Oisi'i jiul ffini-lh of each DMiiitli In .1. o t . A M. hi.il. Ai'i,iti E. m h i i xl. ouartlUu. atBA V. 1 HuitSHiLt. 1 li-rk. fir in in n i rc CAii 15. from the Kansas City feed pens, which will be sold at the same price as native beef, at my market on Douglas Avenue. Peto Roth. J O. K MEETS riltfiT A S i) TIUEO s.th Stm-t Uvi fmiui. Vi..tiii tirothjua ttiWtaiiJ luTU-i. A. K. gn-fi.T, Exlta Ruier T. E. Bucviut. hrc'f. TO. O. P. LAS VKUA8 UjIKjENO. 4. imU vnry 4,.n-!H)f rvcuinn Ht thrlr La.lL S.JCtD l-tli-L Ail llil., ...i,-.. . H.T. I.mu.t. tw. w t -r . K. liaAaia, cnifiery Tr-u. r EBKK A H LODGE, I. O. O. F. MEETS l oo und rourth Thurii eeBtns ol Mt.ti BiouiQ at the I. O. O. K. hull. Mhs. Eva Jomx, N. Q. Idaa. Cuu Bii.u two . AO. U. W., EIAMO.ND UWF. NO. 4. met firm nd third Tuesday even tun eac6 niimtb. in Wynian Blix-k, DouniM Ttuiua, uiuug DretnrenconlliillT InTiid V. H. JAMtsu.X. M. W. , , .,. Geo.W.Not8. Recorder. A. J. Wists, Financier 2D. GOOJDALL. Finest Toilet Ankles Snap. tit. Finest Cigars la the Vilj, Prescriptions Accurately Compounded. mmt lu Tiiu, . If. T7 . LOHOE NO S.DEGREEOK HONOIC m.m. aieei tinn ana J him t din in A.I . W. hull. Mus. Nrrna jAHicmiN, Mr. F. W. Fuck, Chief of Honor. EASTERN STAR, KEQULAR OOMMtJNI ClitUlIll IMvulri .nil f,,Fth TIimm.).. evenlnitsof em-h month. All TUitlng brotner. v, "i uuruiany lUYiiiea. mmik jui.ii a. iiHiiiiiRY, yvortnr Mstroa. Mk. Geo. Helbt, Treaaurer. IllM Blaschi Kothukd. Sec'y. Ar. s a. M. UHAPMAN LODGE NO. i . lleiruLmr nimnniniiMn. httlri txi i i.ll Tbnrsdiivii of each month. In the M&aouic &CIIIIIIC vuiung brethren fraternally Invited. R. h. M. Ross, W. M. C. B. 8PORLKDIR, Sec'y. T AS VEGAS COM MAN DRV Nn A J u ! ar n)in rnii n im 1 1, m. .Mvinii t...,.i vnaung KnlghU cordially welmmed. O. A. BOTHOEB, Rec - A5, KOYAL ARCH CHAPTEB day in each mnnth. Vfmn BUSINESS DlllEtTOKY. S. Js-,T(iWS.?NDi J1" P- OFFICE OVER Unit NhIIiiiiiiI han'.-i r,IH..o ,l.,l, V .i.. i. .. . , . -"M"MJ i, , """",, rrmurnce leiepnone, ISO. 13 Colorado. Residence 925 Colunihla Avenue auvbiis promptly aitenueo. 8-lm T ADDISON JACKSON, M. I), (GRADU fJf ate University of Vermont) Physician and SuriiTOii, Puerto de Luna. N. M. tH-3in ATTORNEYS AT-LAW. A. R. Fluent, editor of the "Jour- Roberts at Carlsbad, accused of steal- Utatement the board now reconsidered ing a horse. He waived examination d .nnulled Ha actlon of yesterday, ana was .bound over to the grand The trea8Urer and x-offlclo oollecor Jury. I The "Starved faeyen a ciud oi 8ued by the board relaUve t0 BUCh young men "baching" in the B. A. cjeditB ana gaid orders were there- Tymeyer residence at Carlsbad, were up(m de8troyed Teclnienta of a pleasant surprise party. Miss Nannie Rascoe, daughter of J. J. Rascoe. residing near Francis, iPtfCDie r M - I Inn r. r- .. 1 mi. . I -.I'-.i-.on ncmtUT a number of years from rheumatism Lm . i! vJ , .u uma was and 5f, ct8 0 0 Scnaef D , t entirely useless. I tried Chamber- ' "rulBl- lain s iin Balm, and was surprised Mr- Don Walker and children to receive relief almost immediately, nave moved from San Marcial to The Pain Balm has been a constant the Rosedale camp. He Is In 4he em- companion of mine ever since and it P'y there of the Martin company never fails." For sale by K. D. Good- miner, all. druggist Assessment Notice. The schools of Otero county are Notice is hereby given to all persons In a flourishing condition and are subject to taxation residing in pre- justly the pride of the people. cinct 29 that I will be ready at my office, second door south of Dousrlaa French Tansy Wafers, the world's avenue on Sixth street, between the famous remedy for Irregular and pain- hours of 9 a. m., and 4 p. m., to re- ful periods of ladles; are never fall- celve returns of property subject to ing- and safe. Married ladies' friend, taxation, until the 80th day of April French Tansy Waferr are the only re-1 1900. All those failing to make such liable female remedy in the world; I returns within the specified time will imported from Paris; take nothing I be assessed by me, according to sec- else, but insist on genuine; in red I tion 2825, of the compiled laws of 18- wrappers with crown trade mark. La 1 84, and a penalty of 25 per cent add- France Drug company, importers, 108 ed. , J. F. ESQTJIBEL, Turk St, San Francisco. For sale by P. C. CARPENTER, Assessor. O. G. Schaefer, druggist, sole agent " Deputy. 98-2m T.na Vpe-hb N. M. ODera House uoia Medals 10 riAttrjiin wninKej at New Orleans & World's Fair, OM- m. ... 1 1 ,!........ v. j 1 lKll- i I y ix, you win ruumoc uio corner. Judge's verdict. Sold by J. B. Mackel, was wedded to "Mack" Fletcher in Bernal: The following orders were then is sued, being given on account of er roneous and excessive assessments against the property of said Juan An Incipient fire came near less, to sink such men into obscurity I stroylng the residence of the Rev. I Vegas, and W. W. Rawlins, Bast than it did to dig them out, or dis- B. F. Terrill at Elizabethtown. . Las Vegas. cover them to tne puoiic. - . E c RocijWeii received a shiDment uni r.AN r. fruptionh. i . . . 0. . v,,nttM. I of 3,000 cigars at San Marcial, made Are grand, but Skin Eruptions too ' oi . jruci LO xvt wuauuv. the Florence county. school house, Eddy . A Sash-Balance. Thomas M. Splnks, of Alamogordo, life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, New Mexico, ia the inventor of a sash- cures them; also Old, Running and balance, which does away with sash- Fever Sores, Ulcers, Bolls, Felons, Amount to be paid for 1890, 16.24. Tpmnorarv receint 1130. assessment I waiht nii .nrovlda four eeuarate Corns. Warts. Cut. Bruises, Burns, The cattlemen of Dona Ana met In r(v,,.ced go to nei $15.16, year MJ.hM niirllne in seoarate erooves. Scalds. Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Las Cruces and perfected their organ- 18ga The two sashes which make up the or- Best Pile cure on earth. Drives out Jzation. Geo. W. Mosaman waa elect- Alinount to be Dald for ig93, $47.23. HllM1.v ftRK of a window are sus- Pains and Aches. Only 25 cts. a box. ed president and Cole Rallston, sec- Agsegament reduced so as to cancel pended at ,both ends by cords passing Cure guaranteed. Sold by Browne & .retary. 1113.08. year 1893. nvpr umall nullevs. . The pair of Manzanares Co., and Murphey-Van n jt.vit ' " - - 1 - 1 . Judge A. u. aii ana a. . Amollnt to be najd (or 1894, $8.02. Mr.y, ,, the ordinary Petten Druggist Person, of Las cruces, recemiy pasn- Temporary receipta $50. Assessment boltom saeh are suspended in like -ed through Tularosa on their way to . cancel .2001i year Th nullevs from which San Andres to inspect eome copper Igg4 v are - ftre to9t4)ned properties. Amount to be paid for 1895, $23.17. one at end cf two cords that The fine exnimt oi recos vaney ADMoain rmiured so as to cancel U,, o- nniiova in th window 'productions now occupy me room iu , aR vear 1895. I Mma n hid arranirement both I . -u..t iniurioui druj. h Pecos Irrigation company's build- ' .r 'T " M f nM7 in. 1' v ' " TJ , .0 .-.1 ..." L .. ' , .1 it i.quickSy Airbed. - I AUIUUUl IW I" v - " I I IIHir Ol HUBUCa UltJ UftlUUVCll, o " 1 rV. nmh awlA n'd fdin.KAITTI B TFIJ1I. I L I I Uu Ilamf . AnM . t ...I ... U.v lt-inl 1 - . I r - I UOUIUClluiu B -" ' I win....- ing lormeny wuupi i - Temporary receipt 128.84. Assessment of carisDaa. rdned bo as to cancel 162.70, year wi,An fh window ia ODen its widest, A .nitp.ti m iiAvtih .n... fl.,.n, I A. P. Green, who has been the sue- .euniea one-fourth of ' anA hr,,l- ?' r iho "OM Ahe" ... ' ' yam. w -r"'- - tteaM oi -juw ana en 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-tf Juan Mosmann, of Baldy was ar rested for burglary and larcenyi and bound over to the district court by Judge Peters at Elizabethtown. . Hk your Druggist for agenerou 10 CENT TRIAL SIZE. Ely's Cream Balm oonums no cocaine, mercury n"r any otner CATARRH J Ml. 2f 1? FORfJF! P UnVCV A TT,U)vt7,r am Law and Asatstnt United Htiat. vy' i!lcf. m Crockett building. East Lm WILLIAilB. BUNKER, ATTORNEY-AT- Sixth Street, over Baa Miaua National Bank, East Laa Vegaa, N. U. pHANK SHEINGERi ATTORNEY-AT-Eaat La. Vega? N. m"""' Bl0Ck" BUth LO. FORT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Offloe, Wytaan Block, East Las Vegas, N. M. EV. LONG, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.Offlce, Wyinau Bl k. East Las Vtgaa, N. M. DrNTISTS. DR.H. 8. BROWNTON, (succesasr to B. M Williama), Bridge street. Laa Vegas New Mexico. BARBERSHOPS. TJARLOR BARBER ShOP, CENTER Street, jl j u u igory, rropnetor. Only .killed workmen employed. Hot and cold bath. In connection. Tin Las Fops Telephone Co. Oo Minniurai and 14ncoia A ra . Praclica llorseshoor. Shop corner National and 12th Sts. All kinds of Blacksmithing, Wagon Work In fict, everything pertaining to my line. BRANDING IRONS A SPECIALTY. A share of your patronage solicited. I & (3 win Do You Use Paint? Most of the world does and most of the world uses The Sherwin-Williams Paint- It's made to paint buildings with, inside and outside. ' It's made ready for the brush. It's made for home use and for practical painters too. Its pure lead, pure zinc and pure linseed oil, mixed by specially made machinery operated by experts. It's made for you. II li SOLD BV II. 0. CUORS, Cor. It. R. Are and Natl St- Blectrlc Door Bells. Annunciators, Burglar Alarms and Private - Telephones at Reason able Bates. sxoHANGit: ithtt OFncK: 8 per Annum. BclIUMC : $16 per Annaro. BAST LAS VEGAS N M La Vegaa Phone 131. Colorado Fli.ne 1S1 Las Vegas Roller Mills, J. B. SMITH, - - Proprieior, Wholesale and Retail dealer In Flour, Grata, Corn Meal, Bran WHEAT, ETC. Highest caab prlca paid for Milling Wheat, Colorado Seed Wheat (or Bale In Season. Las Vegas New Mux. Las Vegas Hot Springs, N. M, A HEALTH RESORT. Montezuma and Cottages. Mountain House and Annexes Mineral Springs Baths, Peat Baths. Hospital, Mon tezuma, Ranch and Hot Houses, also Parks and Bxtenalve Territory. V?. Q. OKKKNI.BAIf Manager. THE Montezuma hotel at Las Vegas Hot Springs, N. M., has been re-opened. Visitors to this famous resort; may now procure sumptuous accommodations at reasonable prices. The Montezuma -an comfortably provide for several hundred guests. Laa Vegras Kot Springs is one of the few really satisfactory Rocky Mountain resorts. It has every essential -the right alti tude, a perfect climate, attractive surrounding's, medicinal waters and ample opportunity for recreation. The ideal place for a vacation outinr. For terms address the manager. Amount to be paid for 1898, $26.74. 1 the opening. cessful tOreman of the 'Old Abe mine at White Oaks, has resigned 1 the A&gessment reduced TO a8 to cancel oilin John M. Keitn nas ueeu .lu.-. selected as foreman. Mrs. Jane Gallacher has purchased as DOtn memoera oi eacn ir, w,n not you a cent lr lt aoe8 no T"--rfi n i- ur Art .... . .. . m .1 I I ifl M . rl I M Memhrsne. B5tore tti bmell. FmU BIm toe. i Trial es in one-third the time required by , a'VSfK'UT treatment. Cuts, burns, Ban Rodeo' Hack Line .a i best hack service in the city fleets all trains. Calls promptly ttenxled. Ofiice at L. M. Cooley' Liver rstahla -i. d k any omer $63.89, year 1898. f dionrfition." and the better frostbites, quinsey, pains in the side . . A a u 1 .1 .i jq on i v ...... . - i . . ... Total amounxa to v'". the treatment of disease is nd chest, grandular an aoiner sweu- Timnsiriii-V riwplnifl RhOWirff DaV- I nnvsnllm Ttlaoflaa nricinnlTAH in lm- . .I1.1 ...."k., .nnlglnir It . . j.i icoiiiij I i"i"""' c- --- - - I mgs aro vuicu uj vwj the spence sneep v... ment8 of $2&8g4 Totftl reduotIona, pUritle8 in tne diom. hooq s arsa- warranted. Price 25 and take it at this season say they are 50 cts. K. D. Goodall Druggist . v . i . Tiaii c An a I Oallo, liincoiu tuuuy, $328.70, fiarry and John, will go tnere ana of JUm&n Komero and stock it with sneep. Abran Maes, butchers and slaughter Trimble & Co. have closed a con- erg of horned oattle, was approved In tract with J. P. Posey for transport- the BUm ot 000 Ine a saw mill from Thornton station Now comea yalerlo Baca, of pre- to a point In Media uia canon, c clnct Na g ani states to tne ooara Pllla. 25c. it will be located. . that he had been notified by the Cote Kepi uean-uj u.. . ,..,, t vfr. Trvm Vlr-hpr because this medicine expeis impun- d,. ties and makes te blood rich and called Dr. Whlcher to Malaga from health-giving. Carlsbad. All liver ills are curea Dy noous . - doctor bills since we began using Chamberlain's ILmanIa Ky.i o I a -.-if nnfl Tlfintiftt.. I ,. i . tn i "KX7a Manuel Gonzales ana u-easurer q romou, . one Pre9by,terlan and two Methodist k a open the time and tto wer. Quietly .M, , The Catholics have no whenever any of my family or myself BUnd. by uuge- - V - churc5l M yet but F, Midgeon. of beg.n to catch cold we begin to use vwnsrv TIM ill uiiii.c an. u w i ooj. juuj, . . - . , , 1 l . ............ dav w cm-"" j .1 ... , . 1 a v riii I luiarosa, utmia ncqucui. "house of Pedro ParentL to tne Doara receipis eigu uj o w RtnnAmad and William Martinez, clerk of the Fourth Judicial Tro old citizens of the Jicarilla min- District court, ih payment of the toes Ing district, were In Whle Oaks after of the aforesaid years, same having officers to trail the murderers Tularosa, holds frequent services tne Remedy, and as a result we there. never have to send away for a doctor , I I . nlnn .Wll mr . . . ...... wi-m 1 ana incur a ia.iKi7 v-jwi uwi v uio 1 1- ufa? u u r 1 1 , - t ,M ,ttlMB Chamberlain's Cough Remedy never air. j. a. "'J, l""""-"' ... . , iii . Ai. XL is vci uuui; A Ll 1 v . . JOHN HILL, or and Builder. x - Manufacturer of Sash and Doors, Mouldings, Scroll Sawing, Sur ac? and Matching, Planing Mill and Office, Owner of National Street and Grand E venue. East Laa Vegas. of John been recovered under Judgment ob- of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder- flls to cure' Plehler, the Jicarilla merchant. tained in the district court ful deliverance from a frightful death. I . . , Jl 1 lnnM.nfjJ 1 . 1 - , . U I- . II T InlrAil The news comes aowu w rrMallrir nd ex-officio collector, with Tvnhoid Fever, that ran Into fr.,m Roswell that George neaen- . ,. wo. bloom, a iaus tu tuic v..... w , cine of great merit and worth. S. UO 10 ine sweu u. h.iness to redlt H Valerlo Baca on the tax Pneumonia, .barber former it buslne f mavnrfll- roils aecoruiuB there, is a canumiu - Martinez, and to i 1,0 town on tne oemwu . ;. . .. ....... charge the latter with the amount thereof. The board then adjourned until 10 o'clock a. tn., tomorrow, October 6th, 1899. WILLIAM FRANK, Attest: - Chairman. GREGORIO VARELA. Clerk. rticket. Vt(h Weil received three costly -new musical instruments at San Mar (lajguitar, mandolin and banjo. With W. P. Shipman he will soon leave for the California summer re sorts. At the "Staa" gold mine, in the By R()-bt M Ro89i DePuty Tiiand camp, there is now enougn ore aisrht to run a 100-stainp mill day . r- 1 mi m f ir a 1 M'l of tour years. !,i,initcllvil lt s will be doubl 1 1 v V i' 1 1 ,)f ho ,,!" tun' t,1 now L e d n to intersect tne r r , c- ' vl ..' U HSnking through are as a consq Notwithstanding the fact that the camp croalcer Is much In evidence at present, the carpenters seem to be contributing heit share toward the noUe and activity, and their services My lungs became hard- 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 lieL I continued to use it, and now Mearkle; General Merchant and Farm er Matti Hertford county. Pa. For sale by K. D. Goodall, druggist ' About 250 tons of alfalfa hay, was cut from the fifty-acre field of Otis Bros., near Roswell, last season. Old Reliable Second Hand Store Of W. E. Critet, Wyman Block, to buy or sell all eoods In our line. Or we will All the entire bneinnn on termi to eaii. surest end quickest hei jt 0f your dmggwt or send X0 cent to tetter, salt rhemn ana eczema cuam- for all Thvoat and M B30S., C8 Vren Si, K. Y. C.ty. t'"xr ItTe! evTs he itch- almost instantly ana In order to prove the great merit of ,J w -m 1 IIOflfleAQ am wen and strong. I can't say too Ky'.Creap BaUa , tt. ,.o.t effecUve ; WlilU 4WmUWwWI much in its praise." Thl j marvellous 'or ' M triai Biie 'f0r 10 ceuta. For the speedy and permanent cure ot medicine is the cure in the world LUBZ 1 rouoie. neguiiir enwo T anlared from catarrU or U13 worsi Kma Ine and smarting and 1. Trial bottles free at Drowne e76r aiuce a bo, au.l i r.ecr hopid fot its continued use etfects a permanent 1, M.n.flnnrA C.n and Mnrnhev-Van curs, but Lifs Cream im seems af cure, lt also cores tteh. Daroov s iron, t, t,. c.. Dcr Vrtf10 r.i,. eveniuuu fli.j -.r - - 0 u with excel eut resujtu. uscar ostium anteed. ax Warreu Ave., Chiea!'), IU. Ely's Cream Balm Is the acknowledged tars for catarrh and contains no coi-ine merenrr nor any injurient drug. Flint The present indications are that mene at par. Bland the .fruit crop at Tularosa will be scald head, sore ninnies, itching piles cbapped bends, chronic eore eyes and granuiated Ms. IT. C.- a.1 1 vru. . I. tt . 1 t.i 1 1! r. li 1 1 ThaOrniulnftHbeBrtht luitaUoua. 4ll8trlMnlSiKfor A arMialadolitMi. A B. PilTTY. & SOLE AGENT. 3RIDGE8T.' . LAS VEGAS. N M VolvGiino Dairy REHMAN HUOENHOLXZ. Frep J. Bi MACKEL, WHOIK9ALK LIQUOR ANO CIS AR DEALER And Pol Acuta for ft Bottled in dond. -:.":.-. M hi u4 . lister lis riLf,tf B if r- 1 mi on m Bomi We handle evciytaug w out line .1 complete illustrated price list sent rree upon application. The Lowest Priced Liquor House lu the city. Billiard and pool room in connec tion, on second floor. A. Hinbt. M. M, SUHDl The milk from ttali dairy U purlflad by meaoa or tne Vermont Strainer and Aira lor wbicb take off the1 animal heat and odor by a straining process and kespi tne milk uraetnre to eignt noara longer aan thn ordlna rr metbod. - HEfiRY & SUNDT, Contractors i?Jiiilders. Estimaiss furnished free, on tone; frame or brick buildings. OTJH MOTTO IS: EOBESIWOBI- :- PAIS PEIHES." DICK HESSEf? IS THE WAN C Hi p I- FOR ARTISTIC WALL PAPER I have a thousand samples of up-to- date wall paper. Drop me a line and 1 11 call on you. Also painting ot every description, Dick Hessbr. A C. SCHMIDT. Manufacturer ot ffopis.v Carriages, And dealer la Heovy Hardvvoro, iverr kind oi wanon material sa hand la.-iOBDoalnK and repairing a peolaltj Bradd and UaBiaoaret Atcd Haa, East La gas.. Laa Vega "Phone 152. Coloi :.do 'PhonelSS JOHN BOOTH, Ti 1 1 I iiuLiJiiul Will call for all Trans. o 0 Cull promptly attended to tesivs Coal &' Viacd Daalsr JAMES O'BYRNE, Successor t A. CORCORAN. All grades and kinds of K.rJ, and Soft Coal Constantly on hand. Bt quality of pint and pinon wnod, read? far tii SUive. Ail K l IU!S -:it doll very, 'leinpuoucs 47 ami . ; Vv'tit Lincoln Aveuue. ruit H. E. V0GT & CO., . Sanitary PluniMn Steam and Hot Water Heating REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE. Shop Corner Seventh and Douglas avenue. Telephone 169. Blauvolt's Metropolitan Tonsorial Parlors, us citxTx.a fir. r;:T asm is vcv-j- abundant We&- Ai drusgist or by bum. " , "Herald.