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NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET . For President, WILLIAM J. BRYAN. For Vice-President. ADLAI E. STEVENSON. For Delegate to the 57th Congress, 0. A. LARRAZOLO. COUNTY TICKET. For Sheriff,! DIONICIO MAKTINEZ. For Assessor, AMADOR UL1BARRI. For Collector, 8. H. NEAFUS. For Probate Judge, ToMAS V. dm 11A0A. For Probate Clerk. TRANQUlLlXO LABADIE. . For tho Council, CHARLES TAMME, FtLADELFO BAOA. For Representatives, CLEM EN TE PADILLA, RAFAEL G. LUCERO, RAMON CHAVES. Ptor County Superintendent. JESUS MA. TAFOYA. For Surveyor, ANSELMO GONZALES. For County Commissioners, TEOUORO PEN A, PABLO GALIZ, W. A. G1VENS. FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 2, 1900 The O. O. R. P. in San Miguel coun ty has come to mean the "Grand Old Romero Party." The county of San Miguel would seem to be suffering from a bad at tack of Romeroism. The miners will cast an almost solid vote tor Mr. Larrazolo. This can be depended upon. Imperialism is the paramount issue ot the national campaign; nepotism the Issue In San Miguel county. Mr. Larrazolo spoke at San Miguel, yesterday, at Chaperito today and is expected to reach this city tomorrow. The nation has her imperialism, the Territory her Oteroism and the county of San Miguel herRomeroism as para mount issues to be settled on the 6th day of November. Any republican who votes against the republican ticket need not have any samples. They will simply be voting against the Romero party of San Miguel county. Did you ever note how surprised you were when you put your foot on the next stair-step and found there wasn't any ? Just such a feeling will come over the followers of Rodey on the" night of Nov. 6th. ' Henry Neafus, who is a candidate for the responsible office ot collector and treasurer on the Union ticket, ii a son-in-law of James E. Whltmore, ot Gallinas Springs, and a brother-in- law of George Selover, of this city. Me has made a success of the stock business and he would conduct county affairs in the same careful way. Valencia county which in times past has made itself famous as the county where about three thousand sheep were once voted for the repub lican ticket and the charge proven and where a republican justice of the peace married himself, is not going to give such a large republican ma jority as usual this year. Larrazolo Is going to get 400 or 500 votes down there this time. Judge Tomas C. de Baca, of La Liendre, the nominee of the Union party for probate judge, is exception ally well fitted for the position and there should be no doubt of his elec tion. He has held the place ' before, also having been a member of the leg islature, and has always served his constituency with Integrity of pur pose, earnestness and zeal. His nom ination for probate judge is truly a strong one. Betting on the London stock ex change In favor of McKlnley's elec tion is even more jubilant and confi dent than on the New York exchange, says the Springfield (Mass.,) "Repub lican." odds of 10 to I prevailing. Rev. Mr. Talmage meantime returns from Europe with' the news that the presi dent of the United States Is now prayed for right after the queen In all the English church establishment Would a revision of the book of prayer probably take place in case Bryan should be elected? The republican boodlers and treasury-looters of New Mexico now see upon the political horizon the awful shadow of defeat on next Tuesday, It is as gigantic as "the spectre of the Brocken" beckoningthem on to po litical annihilation. They hear the mutterings of the coming storm below tShesame political liorizon and the clique trembles. They know that the people are aroused and at the ballot box will see to it that the clique's hands are taken from the throats of the people, or, like Poe's appeal to the raven, "take your beak from out their earts." Time was waen Cancer was considered Fhyiicians and friends could give little relief or encouragement to one afflicted with this terrible disease. Even now doctors know of no remedy for this fearful malady ; while admitting it to be blood disease, they still insist that there is no hope outside of a surgical operation, and advise you to have the Cancer cut out, but at the same time cannot assure vou that it will not return. You tuny cut or draw out the sore, but another will come in its place, for the disease is in the tlood js deep-seated and destructive, and beyond the reach of the surgeon's knife ot caustic, flesh-destroying plasters. The blood must be purified and strengthened, the system relieved of all poisonous, effete matter before the Cancer sore will heal. ... S. S. S. is the only medicine that can overcome this powerful and contaminating poison and force it out of the blood. It builds up and invigorates the old, and supplies new, rich, life-giving blood. S.S. S. is a purely vegetable remedy ; no mineral can fte found in it ; the roots and herbs from which it is made contain powerful purifying properties that act directly upon the blood system and make safe and permanent cure of Cancer. It has cured thousands, why not you r f . a. 1 - :t : J . ka fus fvvtm anr faint vraw-t tfntir Klftrwf tn a V iWYittl aU-i TViH tit tA tnaf t aauM Impure Blood invHas Dtecaco. S&'JS JffiKS: " m jIurt) a little pimple on the eyelid, lip or nose, a small lump on the jaw or breast, harmless looking wart or mole, and other causes so insignificant as to attract little or no attention. If you have an obstinate sore, don't rely upon salves or ointments to cure it begin with S. S. S. at once: it will cleanse your blood and prevent the formation of cancerous cells. . Mm B Shirer, La Plata. Mo., writes ; " A small pimple came on my Jw about one Inch below the ear on the left side of my face. At 6rt It aave me no trouble, and I did not think It was aaything serious until the taw began to swell ana became mucn lnnamea. At we same iirac me awe u-"" to .prcau anu eat into the aeah, and Rave me intenae pain. I tried everything I could hear of, but nothing did me any Siod I then began the nae of 8 S. 8., and after taking several bottles the Cancer healed, and there now no sign of the disease. This was two years ago, and I am still enjoying perfect health.'1 Send for our special book on Cancer ; you ; it is free. Write our physicians about your case, have made a life study ot Cancer ana ver for this. THE PEOPLE AROUSED! If enthusiasm, earnestness and leal be any criterion from which to pre dict success, Mr. Larrazolo will un doubtedly roll up an unexpectedly large majority at the polls on next Tuesday. Never were the masses of the people more fully aroused, more active, more thoroughly convinced of the necessity of putting down the office-seeking element and the Dood ling gang of politicians than they are now. This state of case is particular ly true of San Miguel county, the home of the governor, the democratic candidate for delegate, Coal Oil Clark and others of his ilk Everywhere zealous democrats and conservative republicans are going among the peo ple and showing up the enormities of ling and family rule and fr&m all parts the report Is the same down with the boss rule, down with cor ruption in office; The people for once have stopped to think, and, with the sober second thought, comeB the triumph of the people over fraud and corruption. Fall Into line, men and brethren! The day is ours, If we but do our duty. Things are moving on gloriously. Larrazolo meetings are being held nightly at various points In the Territory and they are every where well attended ana in marked con trast with the cool indifference with which the people receive Rodey, the ompromise candidate of the republi can party. This shows that the peo ple of New Mexico are only too eager o assist in routing the plundering, jquanderlng outfit, who are the bane of New Mexico. THE DUNCAN LAW. Another act . passed by the last re publican legislature, which bears in visibly on our citizens, the Duncan re venue law, which, " among other bad features, takes away the power of the county commissioners to correct errors n assessments, the effect of which is ;hat, though a man be never so er roneously and unjustly assessed, he eannot go before his local representa tives, the commissioners, and have the matter remedied, but Is compelled to go to Santa Fe, before a republican equalization board to do so, thereby causing the taxpayer such an expense chat he Is driven to submit to the njustice rather than endure the cost of remedying it Another feature is the provision that, instead of allowing the collector to ive a dee"d to delinquent property, upon sale after publication of the de linquency, at a slight cost which had :o be paid by the delinquent upon re deeming his property, (as provided n the old law,) the collector must low, under the Duncan law,in delin- luencies of $25 and over, submit a list )f them to the district attorney for uit, whereby, It can be easily seen .he district attorney receives a fee it $5 from each delinquent The dis trict attorneys of the Territory, at the ;ime of the passage of this act, were md are now, all republicans, appoint- id 'by a republican governor, and two of the legislators who passed this law for their own benefit, were and ire republican district attorneys. They catch the taxpayer coming and going, and by that act put money into the hands of republicans in the manner described, "United we Stand," was cheir motto and there Is no doubt that they stood and understood. The last republican legislature pro vided, in their anxiety to collect fees that no record should be sent to the Don't forget to use Doctor. Pierce's Favor ite Prescription for that back ache. Don't forget that over . half a million women have been cured of women's ail ments by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favor ite Prescription. Don't forget that "Favorite Prescrip tion " cures diseases of women in their advanced and chronic forms; cures often when all else has failed. ' Don't forget that you can consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, free. Tell your story frankly. All correspondence is private. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Bnf falo, N. Y. Don't forget to write to Dr. Pierce to-day, if you are sick from diseases which afflict women. a wrote for advice February 4, 1896," writes Mrs. Lena Halstcad, of Claremore, Cherokee Nat., Ind. Ty. I was racking with pain from the back of my head down to my heels. Had hemorrhage for weeks at a time, and was unable to sit for ten minutes at a time. Yea answered mv letter, advised me to use your valuable medicines, vU. : Dr. Pierce's Favorite prescription, 'Golden Medical piacovery, aad ' Pleasant Pellets,' also gave advice about inje. tionf, baths aud diet. To my surprise, in four months from the time I beoran your treatment I was a well woman and have nt hfld the back ache since, aud now 1 put in sixteen hours a day bard work." Fa per - boximl edition of Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay expense of siiu onty. Address as above. aiiiiiM mhi saawtrr. . as incurable as leprosy. and it contains much information that will interest ... and for any advice or information wanted ; they all Diooa aiseases. we maze no cnarge wnai- Address, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA. BA. supreme court to review a judgment in a criminal case, unless the clerk's fees should be paid tlerefor; the re sult of which Is that if a man Is poor, through misfortune or otherwise, and Is unable to pay the clerk's fees for making up the record of his convic tions, he cannot have that record re viewed in the supreme court, although he may be absolutely Innocent and the record may be filled with errors In other words, If a man has no money, he can have no review, if he has, he can. This law makes a plain discrim ination between a poor man and a rich man In the courts of this Terri tory, in a criminal case where he la brought Into court against his will and compelled to submit to a trial by a jury drawn under the vicious jury law passed by the same legislature. The republicans have taken care of the privileges and emoluments of their re publican office-holding frlends.but with exceedingly slight regard, or no regard, for the welfare of the defenseless poor of this Territory, whose greatest crime, perhaps, is the fact that they are poor. GOOD MEN TURNED DOWN. The naming of the personnel of the republican county ticket, with two exceptions, was one stupendous blunder on the part of the controlling factor in the convention. Wm. Frank, to whom Is due the credit for giving one of the best county admin istrations, next to Henry Coors, that the county has had in a dozen years, was turned down very unceremonious ly and in a manner in which most men will resent. Margarlto Romero had made a splendid record; had hired two competent men, of opposite polit ical affiliation from his own, on ac count of their ability, and placed them in charge as his deputies in the important office of collector, and everyone, democrat and republican alike, is willing to give him credit for having made an exceptionally good record in the management of this office. 1 As a reward' for his efforts he was told to step aside. If he had been nominated he would have carried the city vote by a safe majority without doubt. The conven tion also had an opportunity to se lect a splendid man in the person of Severo Baca, who would have made an admirable officer in any position. Mr. Baca has long ' and fathfully worked for the party, but he was Ig- nomlniously humiliated, promises made him were broken and when he returned to his home he had conclud ed that it was no longer the republi can party to which he had been giving his allegiance, but the Romero party, and those who made him promises, certainjy have no reason to expect any aid for their cause from him. When Gregorio Varela was nomi nated for probate clerk he promised to make Pablo Jaramlllo, a brother-in-law of Cleofes and Secundino Ro mero, his deputy. In doing this he turned down the man, who could probably have had the nomination himself the man who has made for the office, in the last two years, a reputation for accurateness, punctil iousness and efficiency, which it has not enjoyed to such an extent for sev eral years. This man is Robt. L. M Ross, chief deputy, who had entire charge of the office. This kind of a man is turned d6wn and the place promised to a man whose best friends feel will not be competent to fill lt; and of whom the prediction's- made will not be able to hold the office for a month. The office of probate clerk is a very important one.demanding as It does the entire custody and care of all the official documents of the coun ty. This turning down of Frank Margarito Romero, Severo Baca and Ross, and the elevating of such men as Jose Santos EsquibeL Charles A, Spless and Jose E. Ramires, will cosjt the Aomero,(not the republican) par ty the loss of their entire ticket. Of all the fine families in San Ml guel county is the Romero family the only one, from which to select county officials? ArenX there others who are far more deserving? Next Tuesday will decide whether the true blue re publicans will permit their party to be swallowed up in a Romero party. SALARIES RAISED. Salaries of all Territorial and coun ty officers were unnnecessarily raised by the last republican legislature, al though no precinct county, or Terri torial convention, or meeting, or body, had either asked or recommended such action. To understand the causa of this additional burden imposed by the republican legislature, it must also be understood that at the time of the passage of the law mentioned, the officials of nearly all of the nineteen counties were '.republicans. In the counties of Grant and Socorro, where the superintendents of education were democrats, which last named officers refused to be held up for republican campaign contributions, as appears by their signed statements heretofore pub lished, these officers were reduced to the third class, thereby reducing their salaries. , UU LJILUU stubborn form of the rii tna TREACHERY REWARDED. For the citizen, who conscientiously entertaining political convictions and standing consistently by them ', for years, when his party is down as well as when it is victorious, there Is in the hearts of men and women admira tion and respect. This is true wheth er such a man be a democrat or a re publican. For that man, who becoming satisfied of his mistakes, honestly seeks to correct them, by changing his party association, there Is also re spect, but for the weather cock in pol itics who lives toy office, who schemes and plans for himself and family, with no end In view other than office and Its emoluments, the public should have no admiration. It is one thing to stand by a party for conscience sake, quite another to use the party for personal ends. . Don Eugenio Ro mero in 1894, deserted his party for selfish ends. The tide of public opin ion was then against the republican party and Don Eugenio, seeing no possibility of office in his old party. turned his back upon it and became a leader in tbe union party that he might get an office for Don Cleofes, Carlos Gabaldon was selected by Eu genio as a figureheadwhose name he might use, Cleofes to be the real In cumbent. He fought against his own party and for Carlos Gabaldon, and elected him. He then procured for him his official bond, himself signing the. same, as did Mrs. Romero and Cleofes and other of Eugenio's person al friends, and Don Cleofes was "duly installed In office as deputy collector. with Carlos Gabaldon's name as a blind to cover the real incumbent. It is the office, always the office, with this sly old politician. Rumor says he agreed with Margarito to not be a candidate tor collector this year and yet he downed Margarito in conven tion for office, always for office. It Is said in the future world men fol low the avocations they liked best in this. If this is so the political boss of San Miguel will enter the fu ture state, crying, "Office, office, any party for an office. Office for myself and all my sons and family, office now and always when one is vacant." NEW MEXICO WANTS BRYAN. Mayor of Raton Disgusted With Re publican Treatment. "The majority of the people of New Mexico are thoroughly disgusted with the present national administration remarked J. J. Shuler, of Raton, at the Albany hotel, to a reporter for the Denver "News." "we have 200,000 inhabitants in a Territory capable of supporting 5,000,000, and although we have sent republican delegates to con gress arid tried in every way possi ble to show that we are worthy of a place as a state, in all cases our peti tions have been turned down. The alien land law passed by congress has Injured our Territory immensely and our people feel that the voice of New Mexico ought to be heard. It is not a political question with us. It is a question of Justice. Three times the lower house has passed the bill but the rich man's club the senate is our enemy. We hope Bryan will be elected and then perhaps we will re ceive the recognition we deserve." Don Tranquilino Labadle, who is running on the Union ticket for pro bate clerk, is well posted on county matters, popuiar with everybody, de serving of the office, and he will poll the full vote of his ticket. Don Filadelfo Baca, a rising young man in politics of this- county, is making a gallant race for the council on the Union ticket The baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. David Thomas died at Gallup. RHEUMATISM No sure cure is yet known for chronic rheumatism. No man living can cure it always: He can try. If he fails he can try another way. There are many ways. Some harmless; others worse than the rheumatism. Better not take the chance of quack medicines. Scott's emulsion of cod-liver oil cures rheumatism only by crowding it out by vital force. If that succeeds, it succeeds; if that fails, it fails. It never does any harm. We'll tend tou a little to try if you like. BCOTT & BO W.N E, 4,, 1 rl itrett, New York, 1 HOT TIME-UP TO DATE. Cut this out, take it to your pia no and try It to the tune of, the "Hot Time." Oh, come out and join the people in their rally for the right, Tou will hear some good old preaching Preached by preacheri out of sight You will hear some sweet beseeching For to lead you to the right Which our brave forefathers kindled for to guide us In the night CHO: Four more years' of that old dinner pail, Think of it, 'twill surely make you quail Or two more years of the open coun ty Jail There'll be a hot time In the old town that night! Oh, the Porto Ricans thought that they had great great old snap. When the army came a marching And just caught them in a nap But the tariff took the starching From their visions with a clap, And they Eoon began to wish that they had made a little scrap. CHO: Hanna owed the tariff robbers swag, So the Porto Ricans they hold the bag The Constitution's lost its grip upon the flag It's a hot. time in that place tonight! Oil, the Filipino fought the Spaniard for half a hundred years. While Americans incited Them with systematic cheers The once patriots now are slighted By Rough Riding angry Jeers They were dying for their liberty, but were laughing through their tears CHO: Roosevelt thinks that he Is the whole thing Others hush while he goes ding-ling- ling, But on the sixth we'll have him and Hanna on the string . There'll be a hot time In the old town that night McKinley thought 'twas wrong to wage a war for conquest nit! But he didn't mean to stay so When he was a-saying it; For he didn't keep his say so. When they put him on the spit And the trusts stirred . up the fires which were burning under it CHO: . There's more fun in spitting at a crack Than there is waen spitted on your back And so they coon commercialized our Mac There was a hot time in the old town that night! The republicans had everything in 1899 And they realized their chances, Whereby Johnnid got a good thing which he doesn't seem to mind CHO: ; You will see the people make a scrap On that shoddy private coal-oil snap And you will hear John Clark go through the trap There'll be a hot time in the old town' that night! B. S. Rodey took the job of fighting 'gainst a sharp buzz-saw Which he didn't know was running But he Bees it now with awe The effect will be quite stunning On the sixth of Novembaw When our Larry gets a lick on Rodey's pol i tical jaw CHO: Then .you'll hear those democrats all sing, And those bells go dlng-ling-ling-ling, And poor Rodey will put his head into a sling On account of hot times in the old town that night! SHOP AND SIDETRACK. Engineers Crossen and Boyd and Firemen Langston and Lyster are off duty one trip. Six hundred and ninety-eight en gines were handled at the round house during the month of October. Wiper D. C. de Baca is again at work after a forced rest of a few days on account of an injury received while at work. Former General Superintendent Sands, of the Santa Fe some years ago, is the new general superintendent of the eastern district of the Southern Pacific. - . . While Firenu a Clow was in Topekr, he was asked to accompany some of the boys to the. firemen's home.' He consented and was taken to the insane asylum for a ssjiort visit! The following official circular lias been .issued by; Vice-President H. R Nickerson, Of the Mexican Central railroad: "Effective this date, G. C Perkins Is appointed superintendent of telegraphy -vice, George C. Sperry, assigned to j other duties." There-is a big list of vacancies ad vertlsed for engineers and firemen on the eastern division of the Santa Fe. The oldest engineers and firemen, In the respective instances, in point of seniority applying on or before Octo ber 30th, have been assigned. There has been much discussion of late among men who handle mall at railway stations about the growing frequency of over-loading sacks. The maximum weight of mall for each sack is 150 pounds, but this has been violated so many times during the past few montis ,that general com plaint has arisen. If Charles M. Hays receives $55,- 000 m president of the Southern Pa cific, as It is stated he will, he will be the highest salaried president of a western road. President E. P. Rip ley, of the Santa Fe, draws 50,000 a year, and up to this time. It Is under stood, he has" been the highest sala ried railroad executive In the west. The stock rush on the Santa Fe has been on for some time. Except for the St. Joe consignments most of it goes over the Emporia cut-off. In the early part of each week the busi ness is heaviest becoming less by Thursday and Friday. Until lately, when the movement of stockfeeders began, all the business had been going east, but now considerable has been coming back. Edwin Kurmeier has been appointed postmaster at Jarilia, Otero county, vice II. S. Church, resigned. CLASSIFIED ADU'S AVANTED. C ALKM r.N WANTKU TO CELL, OIK O kikmis by sample to wholesale and retail radw. kre tho larirwt and only uanufac urvra In our line In the worhl. Litmrat salary putd. 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THE ROSENTHAL HALL can lie had for all balls, socials, etc., etc. Rosenthal Bros 55-ly - SOCIETIES. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD, MONTE nuroa Camp No. 2. meets first and third Wednesdays of each tnntt 'n I. O. A. U. M. hall. Visiting sovs. t"1IVt Invited G. M. uIBDSALL, O. U E, McWbnib, Clerk. WILLOW GROVE, NO, 5, WOODMEN Circle, meets socond and fourth Friday of each month in J. O. V. A. M. hall. augdste fc. SCHULTZ, uuaraian. Bertha O. Thorn mi.t. Clerk. T7W L DORADO LODGE NO. 1. K. of f., meets JDj every Monday at 8 p. m., at their Castle ueir uasne cor. Sixth Hull, third floor Clement g block, street ana urana a ven ue. L. R. Allex. 0. 0. Geo, SEf.BY, K. of R. 8. Saul Rosenthal. M. of F. IO. O. P. LAS VEGAS LODGE NO. 4, meets every Monday evening at their hall, Hixtn ft Meet. Ait visiting Dretnren are cor dially Invited to attend. J. N.Shibxy, N. G. F. W. Fleck, Sec'y. W. E. Critics. Treaa. 8. R. Dearth, Cemetery Trustee. n P. O. E. MEETS FIRST AND THIRD lJt Thursday evenings, each month, at Sixth treet Lodge room. Visiting brothers coraiaiiy inviiea. A. R. Qcinlt, Exalted Ruler T. E. Blauvelt, Sec'y. nEKEKAH LODGE. I. O. O. F. MEETS t second and fourth Thursday i evening! oi eocn montn at tne i. u. u. v . nan. Ella Smith. N. G. Mart Wkbtz, Sec'y. A O. U. W.. DIAMOND LODGE NO. 4. V meets first and third Tuesdav even ings each month, In Wyman Block, Douglas avenue. Visiting brethren cordially Invited v. ti. jAcaxjBom, m. ri, Geo. W. Notes, Recorder, A. J. Wrtz, Financier HOPE LODGE NO. J, DEGREE OF HONOR Meets First and Third Fridays in A. O. U. W. Hall. airs. U THORNHILL, Mary L. Wertz, Chief of Honor, Financier. TT'RATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA. V Baldy Lodge No. 77, meets second and fourth Wednesday evenings at their hall on ixui street, v lsiting t raters in vitea. John Thornhill, F. M W. G. Kooolkr, Secretary. T71 ASTERN STAR. REGULAR OOMMUNI- lii cations second and fourtn Thnrsdav evenings of each month. All visiting brothers anu sisters are coraiauy invisea. ICRS. J. A. Murray, Worthy Matron. . Rev. Geo. Sei.bt, W. P. Mibs Blanche Rothubd. Sec'y. Mrs. Geo. Sblbt Treasurer. AF. & A. M. CHAPMAN LODGE NO. 1 a Regular communlcatlos held on third Thursdays of each month, in the Masonic Temple. -' Visiting brethren fraternally invited. R. L. M Ross, W. M. 0. H. Sporliser, Bec'y. LAS VEGAS OOMMANDERT NO. J, REG nlar communications second Tuesdays of each month. Visiting Knight cordially welcomed. . L. D. Webi, E.O. G. A. Rothgkb, Rec T AS VEGAS ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER IJ No. 3. Regular convocations first Mon day in each month. Visiting companons generally invited. H. M. Smith, E. H. P. 0. II. Sporleder. Acting Bec'y. ATTORNEYS AT-LA.W. I GEORGE P. MONEY, ATTORNEY-AT-' Law and Assistant United States Attor ney, Office in Crockett building. East Las Vegas, N. M WILLIAM B. BUNKER, ATTORN EY-AT-law, 114, Sixth Street, over San Migue National Bank, East Las Vegas, N. M. FRANK SPRINGER, ATTORNEY-AT-law. Office in Union Block, Sixth Street, East Laa Vegas, N. M. 0. FORT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Office, I Wyman Block, East Las Vegas, N. M. E V. LONG, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW", Offloe Wyman Bl.tck. East Las Vegas, N. M. BUSINESS DIRECTORY BARB ETC SHOPS TJARLOR BARBER ShOP, CENTER Street m. - u uregory, rropneior. unly skilled workmen employed. Hot and cold baths la connection (lesser s the Man For the finest line of beautiful designs of 1900 WALL PAPER. . Come and examine my large stock. Over 1,000 samples to order from; prices Irom 3c per roll up. Opposite San Miguel Bask, l i i yni iff - If J ITx-om 01.OO, 82,00 wp to 025 A Full line ef Kcnak Supplies. DEVELOPING AND PRINTING. Work Guaranteed. PHIL H, DOLL, A..T. &S. P. Watch Inspector. East Las Vegas, N. M Agua Pura Company WHOLESALE DEALER IN PURE MOUNTAIN ICE Annual Capacity - Lakes and storage In Las Vegas Hot Springs Canyon. Orr lc. Is pare, firm and clear, and gives entire satisfaction to oor many patrons. . Office: 620 Douglas Ave., East Las Vegas, N. M k: id. o-oojd-a.1,1,, DEPOT DRUG STORE Finest Toilet Articles'Soap, Etc. Finest Cigars In the City. ProHerlption8 Accurately Compgunded Vast Vmm .-jaiga.gji.ian:M.L.?tvTyB,-.T.. v - nil w S. B. DEARTH, GROSS, BLACKWELL & CO INCORPORATED. WHOLESALE LA5 VEGAS AND MAXWELL TIMBER CO., Catskill, N. M. FLORSfiElM MER. CO., Springer, N. M. BECKER-BLACKWELL CO., Magdalena, N. M If in ai Sole Agents for Bottled m Bond. r . CH EACH BOTTLt. ' m. i:m? BREWING CO V St. Louis 3 d Eoit'wd Boer. LAS VKGAS, MiW MEXICO. WM- T. KKEO, Till: I! VUHKK CESTKlt 8TBKKT, Opposite Wells-Fargo Express Office. fionelmt First -01,433 Biijs.uS n;iS jl J MACKEL - 50.000 Tom Tasrma. M. All Wines get older and better at the eame time. Louis XV's highest praise for an fruit of the grape was to call it drink able. Speaking in like parlance, we can ay that our stock includes the most delightfully drinkable produc tions of the European .and America! vineyards. 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