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From the Nwpap6r. .mrra men are employed on the CxBey" mine at Mcgollon. n. ngni, or carlsbad, was called to McMillan by the lllnm-s of "Dad Scott Miss Llbble Curry returned to Max. well City from a visit of several days in Katon. J. ie visaner, of Carlsbad, is seriously in at the hospital with Bright a disease. sirawDerry patches about Carlsbad are commencing to yield weir treasures. Mrs. A. P. tniltely, of Maxwell City, went to Springer and had all of her teeth extracted. An1 eMaam t . ""' "'u warrmses nave been re corded In Santa Fe county since the first of the year. mi. - r - . ine Metnoaist Sunday school at Carlsbad" will hold their annual picnic baturday, May 6th. The public schools of Carlsbad -will let out for the summer vacation, next week, the 27th Inst Collector Matheson began the eale of property at Carlsbad, on which de linquent taxes are due. wrs. h. B. payden end children. of Colorado Springs, are visiting their relatives and friends in Raton. amer k. p. Pope la pastor of the Baptist church at White Oaks, and Elder C. C. Waller, at Alamogordo, word rrom the Roswell- district states that the fruit crop of the upper valley was seriously Injured by killing frost Miss Ora Culwell, cou&ln of Robert r.nd John Culwell, who has been in Koswell for the past few months, died there. Mockmen an.1 farmers report good rainr in almost eve-y direction from Roawell, And th grain Is starting a cjdiugly. n. Williams, or Roswell, was summoned by wire to his old heme at Nashville, Tenn. His father is eer lously ill. The "Little Fannie" mine In Socorro county is working twenty men, doing development work. Large ore bodies are in sight Gerhart & Edgar, of Carlsbad, re ceived a refrigerator from the east, capable of storing the carcasses of ten beeves. Dr. Brlgham, dentist and optician, of Watseka, 111., is In White Oaks and will practice his profession during his stay there. H. F. Christian and J. B. Sheltneck are posted for membership in the Union club at Carlsbad and are a wel come accession. The Acme eteam laundry, of Fort Worth, Tex., has established a local agency in Carlsbad, and named J. M. Summey as agent. The Kat and Kittens company at Mogollon has Just completed a run of 300 tons of ore which ran $20 per ton in gold and silver. Mrs. Michael McCabc, for many years a resident of Santa Fe, Is re covering from a serious attack of blood poisoning at her home in L03 Angeles. The American placer company's ma chinery is arriving at White Oaks. A Pennsylvania oil well drill reached there also. It weighs 44,300 pounds. Frank Mead was called to Dallas from Roswell by the illness of his Ix-year-old son. A wire from Mr. Mead told of the death of the little one. B. G. Stegman, the popular electri cianis on Carlsbad streets again, and Is now nearly recovered from his re cent attack of inflammatory rheuma tism. All residents of Roswell are request er! to keen a box iu rhe aliey vaere t!iG refuse of every description may t c thrown to be remove I by the sea fEger. The management of the irrigation company in Eddy county have decid ed to charge a toll on flocks and herds crossing the dam and bridge at Lake Avalon. The eighty-first anniversary of the rgnnization of lUo order of Odd Fel low? in the United States will bo fit tingly observed by the local lodge of Snula Fe. Harry Morrison, of the firm of Park & Morrison, jewelers, at Roswell.was called to his home In Oklahoma by the sickness of his father who has since passed away. A letter from B. F. Arendt, former ly with the local sugar company at Carlsbad, states that he is assistant superintendent of the big sugar fac tory at Oxnard, Calif. "har.r H Daniels, wh has charge nt the camenter work on the new sawmill J. W.Coooor is building on Msnzanares craek, about eighteen miles beyond the Pecos, left Santa Fo for the mill. The Last Chance company at Mo- goribn is running a crosscut tunnel. -which will tap their vela 300 feet be low the present workings. New ma chinery will be placed In trie old mill, which is to be remodeled. The Love orchard, In La Huerta, Eddy county, is a sight to behold.with Ka loads of fruit A vigorous prun Ing had to be done, last week,, to re from the danger of overweighting. The "Lady Godiva" mine is making necessary repairs to resume opera tions down at White Oaks. The t.91v nbdiva" lies west of the "Old Abe" and Is a well improved and val uable property. The public schools at White Oaks will close May 11th. Prof. Coombs and his assistants. Miss Ula Gilmore i Miss Daisy Nabours, have accem- n,i a ereat deal for tha public schools there this year. Carson Johnson started an outfit from Roswell to gather the John Stone brand of horses. These horse are .ttr from Pecos north to Bosque Grande and from the Texas line west to the summit of the mountains-. C. W. Walker started from Roswell with sn L F D outfit for iiaymonu nv to receive 3,000 yearlings on r,v'iftth These cattle were purchas ed "several nronths ago by the mana ger, J. P. White, and will be anven u uunuiui uuu.uiy You feel it most in the epring. You're tired, nervous, irritable and have no appetite. "Stomach's out of order," you say. You need Hostel ter's Stomach Bitters. Your body needs replenishing. It is full of the poisons of winter. The Bitters will drive them away. It puts the system in good condition by curing all such ailments as dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation end prevents malaria, fever and ague. A Private Revenue Stamp covert the neck of the bottle. The Klni of Spring Tonics flOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS A MINISTER DEFENDED. His Reference to Southern Women Was Exaggerated by the Lady. Regular Correspondence. Raton, N. M., April 24th, 1900. The O p 1 1 c's lady caller seems to have given your Raton correspondent a "black eye" regarding the Gardiner affair and so as a matter of self-de fense and notwithstanding the possi bility of being beaten to a jelly with the king's pick axe handle, or shot full of holes with his brace of 45 for hav ing such audacity, I most emphatically deny that the Rev. Worthen, either publicly or privately ever uttered one word detrimental to the character or morality of southern women or any other. The mouse that so soon be came an elephant in the mouths 'of the king's henchmen was a sentence In Thursday night's sermon on "Sow ing and Reaping" in which he .made the remark while on the subject of the elasticity of conscience, that he had known some women In the south with a conscience elastic enough to reach around a snuff box. In? the name of "Stonewall" Jackson, If those are lying, scandalous remarks, I want to know, for I'h from Missouri. The Rev. Worthen has lectured and preached In every state and Terri tory, but two and this is the first time he was ever accused of offering In sult to anybody. There are people In this city who have- known him for over ten years and they speak in the highest terms of him as a loyal citi zen, as a devoted husband and as hav ing the highest type of Christian char acter. In the light of the latest dev elopments over in the little kingdom can as much be said of his majesty? ' LEO. Youthful Runaways. . Willie, the eleven-year-oM son of W, G. Walz, of El Paso, formerly of Santa Fe, had saved his spending money un til he had $52 and then purchased a ticket for Chicago and secured a Pull man berth. He had studied his route well and knew all about each con nection he' had to make between El Paso and Chicago. He 'had a pistol in his pocket and evidently had deter mined to cut a wide swath in Chicago. Unfortunately for his plans it was discovered soon after the train left El Paso that the lad had run away and he was brought back from Big Springs the same evening. Elmer, the fifteen-year-old son of F. X. Wlmber, of Las Vegas, ran away from home about a fortnight ago and is reported stranded at a little town in the vicinity of San Francisco. He had appealed to a justice 'of the peace there and was taken in out of the wet, so to speak, till his mother could send him the price of a railroad ticket back to Laa Vegas. The money was for warded by Wells-Fargo express, yes terday. . Trees! Trees! Trees! The tree committee appointed by the citizens have placed an order for a car of shade trees to be twelve feet high, 'of elm, maple, popular and wal nut Orders will be received by all members of the committee or N. S. Belden, Bridge street, C. W. Allen, Optic office. The trees are due to arrive here about the last ' of this month. Let every property owner avail himself of this opportunity and help the good cause along. 37-10t In the last issue of the White Oaks Eagle," Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Chitten den, formerly of Colfax county, ex press their sincere gratitude to the good people 'of Lincoln for kind ser vices rendered them during the sick ness of their son, John Thomas Chit tenden. From Washington How a Little Boy Was Saved. Washington. D. C "When our boy was about 16 months old he broke out with a rash which was thought to be measles. In a few days he had a swelling on the left side of Ids neck and it was decided to be mumps. He was given medical attendance for about three weeks when the doctor said it was scrofula and ordered a salve. Ho wanted to lance the sore, but I would not let him and continued giving liim medicine for about four months when the bunch broke in two places and became a running sore. Three doctors said it was scrofula and each ordered a blood "medicine. " A neighbor told me of a case somewhat like our Daov s wnicn was cureu .iy Hood's Sarsanarilla. . I decided to give it to my boy and in a short while his neaiui improved uuu me new healed so nicely that I stopped giving him the medicine. The sore broke out again, however, whereupon I again c-ave him Hood's Sarsaparilla and its persistent use hag accomplished a com plete cure. I do not tliink there will be even a scar left. I cannot speak too highly of Hood's Sarsaparilla and Iree ommend it everywhere I get a chance." Mks. Nettie Ciiask, 47 K bt., . J!., . Like Magic. A complication of troubles, dys- nT)gia. chi-onic catarrh ana innam- Tnniion of the stomach, rheumatism, etc., made me miserable. Had no appetite until I took Hood's Sarsapa rilla, which acted like magic. I am thoroughly cured." N. B. Seeley, 1874 West 14th Ave., Denver, Col. If you have failed to get relief from other remedies try Hood s barsnpa rilia. It cures when all others full, because it is Peculiar to Ittieif. II. UUTlIKHFOlil), Lessee. Sixteen Miles From Las Vegas. Good, Ccrr.fortab'e Beds. EXCELLENT TABLE SERVICE. THIS beautiful summer resort nestles among the pines at the foot of Hermit's Peak, amid the grandest scenery of the Rocky mountain region, and offering all the comforts of the city hotel, as it does, with the great advantages of a cool, mountain temperature, pure, crystal water and balm laden mountan breezes and innumerable attractions, it is the ideal place for those In need of rest and recreation. RstflC 9 npr Hm Special rates by the week or to parties. For RdLCo pel tldyi further information ring up Colorado 'Phene 29, or address, Mrs. Waring, or Phil Doll, East Las Vegas, N. M. . Wagon Mound Notes. Regular Correspondence. Wagon Mound, N. M., April 23, 1900. Miss M. Northwood has arrived from Canada, on a visit to her brother and sister. A, dance in aid of the base ball club occurred last night, but as the man agement unintentionally neglected to remember the press with an open se same, we are unable to give any par ticulars. - , - Mrs Smith, of Las Vegas, was a visitor here yesterday, returning to day. "' Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Martin came to town yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Hinde paid a visit to friends hi town yesterday. Garfield Holbrook brought a load of pelts to market yesterday. H. C. Wilcox was a welcome visi tor, likewise Stanley McKellar. G. W. Bond left today on a business trip to Cabra Springs. Jose Armijo was in today after a load of supplies for his lambing camp. T. Turner rode in today from Col- mor. The parish priest of Watrous came in today on No. 22. A number of wolves are reported in the Turkey mountains doing con siderable damage to stock. Lambing will soon be in full swing In this section. XX WORKING NIGHT AND DAY. The busiest 1 and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr. king's New Life PUIS. Every pill is a-eugar- coated globule of health, that changes weakness . into strength, llstlessness Into energy, brain-fag into mental power. They're wonderful in building up the health. Only 25c per box. Sold by Browne & Manzanares Co., and Murphey-Van Petten, Druggist. Paraje,' at one time one of the most important 6tage stations In the south west, was founded in the year 1858. BRAVE MEN FALL- ' Victims to stomach, liver and kidney troubles as well as women, and all feel the results In loss of appetite, poisons in the blood, backache, ner vousness, headache and tired, listless, run-down feeling. But there's no need to feel like that Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idavllle, Ind. He says: Electric ' Bitters are just the thing for a man when he is all run down, and don't care whether he lives or dies. It did more to give me new strength and good appetite than any thing I could take. I can now eat anything and have a new lease on life." Only 50 cents at Browne & Manza nares Co's., and Murphey-Van Petten's Drug Store. Every bottle guaranteed. A Christian Endeavor society In con nection with the Presbyterian t burch was organized at Roswell; MILLIONS GIVEN AWAY. It is certainly gratifying to the pub lic to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering. The pro prietors of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs, and Colds, have given away over ten million trial bottles of, this great medicine; and have the satisfaction of knowing it has absolutely cured thousands of hopeless cases. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness and ' all diseases of the Throat, Chest and Lungs are surely cured by 1L Call on Browne & Man zanares Co., and Murphey-Van Petten, Druggists, and get a free trial bottle. Regular size 50c, and $1. Every bottle guaranteed, or prico refunded. Royal Berry and his family have re moved from Taos to Tres Piedras. RED HOT FROM THE GUN Was the ball that hit G. B. Stead man, of Newark, Mich., in the Civil War. It caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment helped for 20 years. Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him. Oures Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Boils, Felons, Corns, Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth. 25 cts, a box, Cure guaranteed. Sold by Browne & Manzanares Co., and Murphey-Van Petten, Druggists. . Eusebio Garcia, of Gila, was natur alized last week at Socorro. In almost every neighborhood there Is some one whose life has been saved by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, or who has been cured of chronic diarrhoea by the use of that medicine. Such persons make a point of telling of it whenever op portunity 'offers, hoping that it may be tbe means c! saving other lives. for sale by K. D. Goodall, Druggist ;.1 f Miss Bertha Morrison and Miss Syl via Girard, two youngr ladies of Albu querque, accompanied Mother Sebas tian to Cincinnati, O. The young ladles go for the purpose of Joining the order of the Sisters of Charity. . If troubled with rheumatism, give Chamberlain's Pain-Balm a trial. It will not cost you a cent if it does no good. One application will relieve the pain. It also cures sprains and bruis es In one-third the time required hj any other treatment. 0uts, burns, frostbites, qulneey, 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 . ,1 Walter O. Peck, of San Bernardino, Calif., and Miss Abbie Isherwood were married in Albuquerque. " ; The Best In the World. " We believe Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 1 the best In the world. A few weeks ago we suffered with a severe cold and a troublesome cough and having read their advertisements in our own and other papers we par chased a bottle to see if it would ef fect us. It cured us before the bottle was more than half used. - It is .the best medicine out for colds and coughs The Herald, Andersonvllle, Ind. For sale by K. D. Goodall, Druggist ' In the district court at Las Cru- ces, Oscar J. WUber and William. Wil son both pleaded guilty to the charge of robbing Bowman's bank..- . ! ThonuracU Bra Trytag K lil order to prove the ereat merit of Ely's Cream Btilui, .the most elTectire curs for Catarrh and Cold in Head, we have pts pared a generous trial eiz for 10 cents. Get it of your druptglut or send 10 conta to ELY BROS., CO Varreu St., N. Y. City. I bu derail from catarrh of t'19 worst kind ever Bince a Uoy, iiiia 1 never hoped for cure, but Ely'n Cream Balm neeim tc do even that Many acquaintances Jirts ueeu it with excellent results. Oscar Oatrum 43 Warren Ave., Chicago, 111. Ely's Cream Balm ia tlio acknowledged euro for catarrh and contains no cocaine mercury nor any injurious drug.- Prif. 60 cens- At drwjginti or by naU. - , Harvey's Mountain Home. This resort Is famous for Its com fort, cleanliness, superior table, abun dance of rich milk and cream, as well as for its unrivaled scenery and numerous near-by points of Interest. The best trout fishing is accessible by short excursions to either branch of the Galllnas. Hermit's Peak and grand canon are of easy access. Burros are furnished to guests for daily rid ing. Seyen miles inside of the Pecos national park and is reached by easy trail; expeditions can be outfitted and guide secured at the ranch. For transportation Inquire of Judge Wooster, East Las Vegas, or Charles Ilfeld's, Las. Vegas.. S 118-tf H. A. HARVEYJ- Notice for Publication. (Homestead Entry No. 4864.) Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Santa Fe, N. M., April. 6th, 1900. : . . Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing-named settler has filed no tice of his Intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before probate judge of San Miguel county, at Las Vegas, N. M., on May 15th,1900, viz: Pedro Lope for the lot 2, sec. 5, T .14 N. R., 22 E., and S. W. Y S. E. . S ij S. W. sec. 32, T. 15 N. R. 22 E. . ' He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Antonio Maestas, Faustin Gutier rez, Crus Lucero, Tomas Lopez," all of Galllnas Springs, N. M. MANUEL R."OTERQ.j 129-30t .Register. . Notice fop Publication. . 1 Department 'of the Interior, Land Of fice at Santa Fe, New Mexico, April 11th, 1900. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing named settler has filed no tice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before pro bate Judge of San Miguel county at Laa Vegas, N. M., on May 19th, 1900, viz: Faustin Gutierrez, for the S. Vi S. E. S. S. W. Vi. Sec. 9, T. 14, N. R. 22 E. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence up on and cultivation of said land, viz: Jose Dario Gutierrez, Sanchez, N. M., Pedro Lopez, Antonio Maestas, Ed uardo Gonzales, of Gallinas Springs, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, 38-lm Register. ' PAINTING Hardwood Finishing and Interior Decorating a Specialty. If you want wall paper, see my large line of samples for 1900. -J. J. Smith, 407 Washington St. 'Phone 216 . Real Estate Transfers. J. a. Dillon and husband, N. J. Dillon to Charles E. Bloom, consider ation, $125; conveys land. Tomas Lucero and Cornelia Valdes de Lucero to Enrique H. Salaiar, con slderation, $50; conveys lot in Las Vegas. John C. O. Hara to Hannah Carr, consideration, $520; conveys land. Geo. W. Bell and wife to James A. Dick, consideration, $1,07?; conveys lots. ' YOUR FACE ; Shows the state of your feelings and the state of your health as well. Im pure 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 s healthy appearance, you should trjt Acker's Blood Elixir. It cures all blood diseases where cheap Sarsa parlllas and so called purifiers, fail; t flowing this, we sell every bottle on a positive guarantee. O. G. Schafer, Druggist Miss Evelyn Rush left Carlsbad to teach a summer session of school In the Dark Canyon district --'ACKER'S DYSPEPSIA TABLET3 are sold 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 60 cts. O. G. Schaefer, Druggist. Henry Babcock received word at Roswell that his mother was dead at Bement, 111. MOKI TEA POSITIVELY CURES sick 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 50 cts. O. G. 3chaefor, Druggist. The meat market of Stone & Co., has been sold to Henry Angell, down at Carlsbad. 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. 0. G. Schaefer, Druggist Dave Howell and John Hart pur chased thirty yearlings at Roswell from G. B. Stonehouse at $15. The 'same parties will receive about 400 head from parties at Nogal, N. M., on the 26th of this month. French Tansy Wafers, the world' famons remedy for Irregular and pain ful periods of ladies; 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 mari. La France Drug company. Importers, , 108 Turk St, San Francisco. For sale by O. O. Schaefer, druggist, sole agent, Las Vegas, N. M., Opera House corner. HARPER Whiskey is liquid music, bottled .poetry, ripe mellow. Refresh ing and delicious. Sold by J. B. Mackel, Laa Vegas, N. M. 'The Optic office is the only place la the. city or Territory- where you can get embossed work done? We are prepared to do that claea of work. M8k your Druggist i tor a generou IO CENT 'TRIAL SIZE. CATARRH Ely's Cream Ea!m contain no cocaine. mercury nor any otfior inJurioQS drug. It 1 quickly Absorbed. Uive Itelief at once. !, r. .. i ' the riaaal Parage. COLD H EA D Allay Iiuitnm.tton WUU 'IIIUIU Boat and ProtecU the Membrane. Restores th Kenie of Taste and fcmell. Fi:U 8ia 60C ; Trial Sua 100. : at I)rut-i?i8r or by moll. , fcLYBBOTHiyiS.ea Warreu Street. New York JOHN HILL, Contractor and Builder. Manufacturer of Sash and Doors, v .-.'Mouldings, s ; Scroll Sawing, Sur acs and Matching, Planing Mill and Office, Comer of National Street and Grand E venue. East Las Vegas. SME;Biseases. For the speedy and permanent cure of tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal. It relieves the itch ing and smarting almost toit&ntly and its continued ne effects a permanent cure. It alao cures itch, barber's itch, scald head, sore nipples, itching pile, chspivd hands, chronic sore eyes and granulated litis. Dr. fady'i Condition I'owflom for horses are the bwt tonic, blood purifter an.lYenpifnga. Price, 3 cent. &ldb 4 I?L I k A IX) I.OIM.K N 1. J. K. ot I., r - J evrrr Mon-iiv at p. c . t l;;-:r . 1, t!,ir-1 f ..r 1 n 1 :.,-ic, i-.r. .m Sm p,l fciKI ,i A V.-flMf-. .1. r ' !.. L., OK') ?HIU ii. tit Kb., f-At 1. !' tM liAU M. oft. lUtKlliMFV OK 1 UK WoM.D, MuNTK- V fiim l iimp Nil i, n ci rt nd liunl Wwim -.:vi of ., h r n-rn r !. y. A. t M. hU. V mn r roccr."''-.',- Inviu-fl Ji bH H.i.l., C. O 8. R. Deht C'.i'ru. yiI.I.OW l.K'iYE, NO, 5 WoohMKN IV !n-it rmt s.vnml nrvl fourth rrluuj of each UiOinh In .1. O. I". A. M. hull. Ari.r-.ie K. tH-Ht-i.12, uuardlnn. IttKTHA C. ThoilihiLI, I U-rk. BP. O. K. MEETS FIIUT AM) TU1K1) TburlT evvuiiitfa, t-tirh niomli, ut SiitJi PtrvKt Uxlrt) roiiuj. Visaing brother cortiliiUy lnviw-1. A. It. QriNLT, Eialted Uuier T. K. Blacvei.t. boc. IO. O. F. I.AS VKUAS LODGE NO. 4, a Mt . very iiiwid&y pwulim Ht ttielr ball, Sixth Ktiwt. All visiting bretliiva lire cor dlally lnvlusd to tt nd. F. H. 'hiiltis, N. U. H. T. Cnhku, Snc'y. W. E. C'HiTits, Treu 8. K. Diahth, Oeoicusry TruaUso. . . KKftrKAH LODGE. I. O. O.' F. HEET3 ocond nl fourth Thursday evening vi eacu bjouui at UM 1. u. t. K. hall. - Man. Eva Jou.i, N. O. Mrs. Clara Bij. Suo'v. AO. U. W., DIAMOND LODOE NO. 1 metM flrat and third Ttimulnf avan- lu each mouth, Id Wjman Block, iKiualas tvoDUB. v uuung uretnren cortnany mvita V. H. JAMESON. M. W. . Go. W. Notes, Recorder. A. J. Wkbtx, Financier TTOPE LODGE NO &.DEORFE OF HONOR. AX Htt t lrst and Third Kridays In A. O. U. W. Hall. Mrs. Nittii Jamksoh, liccorder. Mr. F. W. Flick, Chief ot Donor. E ASTERN BTAR. EEGCLAR OOMMDNI catlons aecond and fourth Thuradav evenings of eacb month. All visiting brother! n .1 ul .... a 1 i I I I 1 1 Kbs. J. K. Mi'hhay, Worth, Matron. Kv. Gko. Ski. by, W. P. Miss Blanch Kothqkd. bc't. Mrs. Gm. Selbt, Treasurer. AF. ft A. M. CHAPMAN LODGE NO. t, m Uemilar communlcatloa hld on thfwl Tbnradajri ot each month, In the Masonic rem pie. u V lulling Brethren fraternal!; Invited. E. L, M. Kosb, W. M, 0. H. SrORLiDiR, Sec'y. LAB VEGAB OOMMANDRY NO. t, REG ular communications aecond Tueadyaof eKcn niutn. Vial ting Knight cordially welcomed. . . L. D. Wub, E.G. O. A. Roman, Rec LAS VEGAS ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER No. Regular convocations first Mod. day In each month. VlHlt.lnir l-nrannnnni generally invitea. rJ m. HMITH, Jt. li. if, V. 11. DPORLEUKH Actinic Bec'y. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. SJ TOWNSEND. M. I), OKKICE OVER - First National bunk: office telephone No. 176. Olorado: residence te!iiihnnt. No. laa. Colorado. Residence U25 Columbia Avenue au cans promptly attended. 8U-lm ADDISON .7 AOKHON. M. D. iORADIT. tl ate University of Vermont) Physician and Burgeon, Puerto de Luna. N. M. W-3m ATTORNEYS AT LAW. GEORGE P. MONEY, ATTORNEY-AT-Law and Assistant United Htutw Attor ney. Office In Crockett building, East Las Vegas. N. M WILLIAM B. BUNKER, ATTORN E Y-AT-Id. iu ai.uu. . f.. National Bank, East Las Vegas, N. M. FRANK SPRINGER, ATTORN E Y-AT-law. Office In Unlan Black. Sixth Hi.Muxt. East Las Vegas. N. M. 0. FORT, ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW. Office, I .Wyman Block, East Las Vegas, N. M. E V. LONG, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Office, Wyman Bl ck, East Las Vegas, N. M. DrNTI8T8. DR. H. B. BROWNTON, (successsr to B. M Williams). Bridge Street. Laa Veraa New Mexico.. BARBERSHOPS. PARLOR BARBERSHOP, CENTER Street, O. I, Gregory, Proprietor. Only skilled workmen employed. Hot and cold baths In connection. All Btrl and RtM for TheGenalnflaHbiirthU xwraiudoIHiMl. Xrttde-Mark. tttmare of liuitiuiona. S. PATTY. SOLE AGENT BRIDGE ST. LAS VEQA8, N M Dan Rodee' ' Hack Line Best hack service in the city Meets all trains. Calls promptly ttended. Office at L. M. Cooley's Liver r stable The Las 7egas Telephone Oo Mamanares and Llncom Aval. Electric Door Bella," Annunciators, . Burglar Alarms and Private . . . ( Telephones at Reason able Sates, EXCHANGE BATES. : OFFICE: $38 per Annnm. RESIDENCE: $15 per Annum. EAST -LAS VEGAS N M Las Vegas Phone 131. Colorado Phone 131 Las Vegas Roller Mills, J. B. SMITH, - - - Proprietor, Wholesale and Retail dealer In Flour. Graham, Corn Meal, Bran WHEAT, ETC. Hlfhest cash pries paid for Hilling Wheat, Colorado Seed Wheat for Sale In Season. Las Vegas New Mex. At Cost for 30 Days. Trunks, Valises, Couches, ' Bedspringa, Id fact everything in tbe household furnishing line at the ,: ; " ' - Old j Reliable Second Hand Store ' t W. E. CRITE3, Prop.. DouRlas Ave. Las Yegas 'Phone 153. . Colorado 'PhonelSS JOHN BOOTH, -Ilackman Will call for all Trans. o o- Calls promptly attended to A W V itiucucui iiinitJi'cti WtiLcr. Thte wad 1 , h',ncc- l'Jj, l,ae altraoUd the atU n tioti of th civiiic.l woi !J. Their virtues are prai t l by all. Tlifj j romoto digestion, fctimulatc tie - K-crc-Unn:'. is anti-aeiJ, an eliminent, a diarctie and a laxative. Tie larpe demand for Ihoia provts these waters to bo a s-alutary stimulus to health. Direct from Roth's Springs, at East Las Vegas, N. EPOT : DRW " STOB3 finest Toilet Articles Soap, K u . finest Cigars in the Citj. Prescriptions Accurately Compounded . Kast La Vetas, M. V. Shop corner National and 12th Sts. All kinds of Blacksmithing, Wagon Work 1q f Jict. everything pertaining to iny line. BRANDING IRONS A SPECIAL! Y. A share of your patronage solicited. 7 . - DoVo i Most of the world docs and most of the . world uses , ; The Sherwin- Williams Pain t- It's made to paint buildings with, . , inside and outside. ' It's made readv . for the brush. - It's made for home use and for practical painters too. Its f pure lead, pure zinc and pure linseed oil, mixed by specially made machinery operated by experts. ; It's vtade for you. sk ;ii, p ' SOLD BY . . II. G. CO0RS, Cur. Las Vegas Hot Springs, N. ;ftl, A HEALTH RESORT. , Montezuma and Cottages. Mountain House and Annexes ! Mineral Spring 'Baths,' Peat Baths. Hospital, Mon- teramaRaiT-L and Rot Houses, also Parks and Extensive Territory. . . . W. G. GRBBNLBAK 1 Manager THE Montezuma hotel at I,as Vegas Hot Springs, N. M., has been re-opened. Visitors to this famous resort may now putuic ouuiiuuus aLwuiiuuuauuas hi rcaaunsuic pnecs. A lie . Montezuma r-an comtortably provide for several hundred guests ' ' ' Las Vegas Kot Springs is one of the few really satisfactory ' Rocky Mountain resorts. It has every essential the right alti. tude, a perfect climate, attractive surroundings, medicinal waters and ample opportunity for recreation. The ideal place for a vacation outing. For terms address the manager. J.B.MACKEL, WHOLESALE i LIQUOR AND GISAR DEALER And Sole Ac-utt for Bottled ih Bond. flu rrn ftrttn 1 ' We handle every tB i jg in our line A. complete illustrated price list sent free upon application. Thr Lowest Priced Liquor House in the city. Billiard and pool room in connec tion, on second floor; " A. HlHRT. M. M. SCNDT HEHRY & SUNDT, Contractors -juilders. . gSEstimaces furnished free, on stone; frame or brick buildings. our motto is: EOEST,WCEtfX- :Fm PRICES." '1 Exolnsii'3 Cot! & Weed Dsalcp JAMES O'BYRNE, ' ; Successor t . . " "A. CORCORAN. . All grade3 and kinds of Hard, and Soft Ccalt Constantly on hand. ; 1 ; Bt 'quality of pin an1 plnon wood, rady for the stove. All kinds of fenoe posts. Vroaipt rtelivery. Tolephonns 47 and 55. ; West Lincoln Avenue. .'V "w r.js Practical rjHorsesnosr. u-Use Paint? -A'- siu sJK p B j ' It. R. Aye and Nat'l St Hesser's the Man , For the finest line of beautiful designs of 1900 WALL PAPER. Come and examine my large st6ck. Over 1. 000 samples to order from; prices from 3c per roll up. Opposite San Miguel Bank. :. A. C. SCHMIDT.. Kanafaotnrcr of fcofls.-:-Carriages, Aad dealer In Hnovy Hordvnro Iverr kind ot wagon material on hand iarieshoelng and repairing a specialty Bra ad and Uansanares Atsdusi, East La gas. H. E. VOGT & CO., 11 Mi? llUIllUlllg Steam and Hot Water Heating REPAIRING" PROMPTLY DONE. Shop Corner Seventh and Douglas avenue. Telephone 169. Blauvelfs Metropolitan Tonsdrial Parlors, 118 CISTIB STF.KKT AM) 51 DOUG, LAS AKKD E. Mary Pliimn the company's rang a 01 toe '"