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DAILY --GAZETTE
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER Hi, 1981.
. t j T '" t T I; í í
'll iPA I.OOGK. .NO. 2. A. F. A A.
H Kegiilarcoiiiiiiitiiii-atlntie W Hlneilay eve
ning at ! in., on or In-fore tli full of the
moon or each inomli. Visiting brethren are
ronlially Invited to uitinl.
Geo. J.. 11NKI.,
CU. E. frtsait. A . i it'i.M.V
Secretary.
I.AK VF K A.1IPTER SO.S.
.JlrrU In convocation the liml Monuay f each
month al M i. in. Vifeititif-cniiiniunio ror
jlnllv inTltoV I C. Pi HiWitY, 11.1
tilia- lLífLU, !ÍC.Í - i .
I. O. OF O. r. Slcct i'vrry alomlay 'eve
ning t Iheir Hall In the Romero building.
iltnir brothers ar fontlnll v IhvHcnI to attend.
. THKO. Kt'TEN ilt'.CK, N. O.
k. of r.
Eldorado L nlgo No. 1 meets In Cast lo Hall
(Homero Bloek) every Wednesday evening.
Visiting ineinlK-rs of the Order corrtjally in-vit-l
to attend. : ' ' ,-rt.
AlHN H. WniTMOItK, 0. C.
L. II. Maxwki.u K. of H. and 8.
CHARLES ILFEtD, O
Wholesale and Retail Df-aler in
A Bultl-IIended Man Most t'mi.
GEO. W". 'i'Kck'S TELEPTIOSE A5N0Y8
Last Wednesday tlie bell to our tele
phone rung violently at eight o'eloek
111 the morning, anil when . wu put our
ear to the earaphone, and our mouth to
the moutliaphouc, and asked what was
the matter, a still, small voieo, evident
ly that of a lady, said, "Julia hus got
worms, doetor.'1 We were somewhat
taken back, but supposed Julia was go
in"; iishing, we were just going to tell
lier not to forget .to spit on her bait,
when a male voice sanl, "UIi, tro to the
devil will von?" We .couldn't tell
whose voice it was but it tstnutdud like
the clerk's atthe 1'lankinton house, and
we sat down. There is no ,man who
will go further to accommodate a man
than we will, but by the great etherial,
there are some things we will jiot do to
please anybody. : As W6 sat' fitid medi
tated, the hell rang once more,
and then we knew the? wires ;h:d got
tangled, and thiit we were going to have
trouble all day. It was ji busy day, too,
and to have a' bell ringing beside one's
ear all day is no fun. The telephone is
a blessed thing, when it is healthy, but
when ilílivfr is out of order it is the
worst nuistirice on record1 When' if. is
out of order that way you can hear lots
of conversation that you are not enti tled
to. y For instance, we answered the
bell after it had rung several times, arid
a sweet little female voice "said,' ''Are
you going to receive to-morrow ?" We
answered that we were going to receive
all ,thevt'mie, i Then site-asked what
made us Bo hoarse P. Wc told her that
we liadsat in. a draft fio'mthe bank,andr
it made the cold chills run over us to
pay it. That seemed lobe satisfactory,
anil then she began to tell us what she
was going to , wear, , a-iut; anked if we,
thought it was going to be too cool to
wear a low n'ek dress and
elbow sleeves. , We .told., . her
that was' what we were going to wear,
and then she began to complain' that
her new dress was too tight in various
places that she mentioned, and when
the boys picked us up oh" the iloor and
bathed our templos, ana we loiuinem
te takíí her away, they, thought we we ra
crazy,'4 If ;we have done wrong in talk
ingwitliva total -stranger, who look lis
for a lady friend, ,we are Willing to die
We ;oulda'tíielp: it, "; For an. hour we
would not answer the constant ringing
of the bell, but iinally the bell fluttered
as.though a tiny bird had lit upon the
wire and was shaking its plumage. ... It
was not" a ring, but it was a tune, as
though an angel, about eighteen years
old, a blonde angel, was handling the
other end of the transmitter, and we
felt as though it was wrong for us to sit
and koep her Ut suspense, when she Was
dying to pour into our auricular ap
nendaire remarks that we ought
to hear. And still the bell did
Hut. We went to the cornuco
pia, put our par to the toddy stick and
said, " What ailest thou, darling,5 why
dost thy hand tremble ? Whisper all
thou feélest to thine old baldy." Then
there came over t he wire and into our
mansard by a side window, the follow
ing touchiiigremarks: "Matter enough.
1 have been ringing here till 1 have blis
tered my hands. We have got to have
ten car loads of hogs by day after to
morrow, or shut down." Then there
was a stuttering, and then another
voice said, " Fo over to Loomis' pawn
shop. A man shot in" and another
voice broke in, singing ' The sweet by
and by, we shall meet on that beautiful
shore" and another voice said "girl
I ever saw. She was riding with a. duf
fer, and wiped her nose as 1 drove by
in the street car, and I think she is
stuck after nio" .
It was evident that the telephone was
drunk, and we went out in the hall and
wrote on a barrel all the afternoon, and
gave it full possession of .the ollice. .
Ge 1 iera 1 Me:i
" '
'n -t t
i n
Gil audi tí
Ladies' Dresses Made to OrderrAr
VLadies' Hats Trimmed to Order.
r AN MICUEL
NATÍOIÍAL I Mm
i OF, LAS VEGASI i
LAS VEGAS, - JWE
Í OINT i NOnTK 8IDH OTP ZXj.SS.
New Mex.
tó.;.Tlie Prescr
PURE
DRUGS
CHEMICALS
& Fancy Goods
and Carerai Attention
GIVEX TO
ipti on: Trade
SAMUEL B. WATKOUS,
: JOSEPH B. WAT ROUS
S. B.WAT ROUS & SOJSI
DKALEKS IX ':MTrp,r H Vi
i; . . . Cattle, Hay, Grain, Flour- andiTówiiLqt ff ) ,
WATROUS. - - NEW MEXICO
Jacob Cross. t WiRuet A.
l ashlri v ' : ' " f Pnlien.,i !
JOSEPH H(SKXVAI4; Vlct-PreslíU?;,
M. A. oTEiaj, Jr., Atslstaul tashiel-, i A
AUTIKJRIXS.1) CAPITAL, 200,nou.
i , i t 4 P Al v CAPITAL, 50.000.
H i .Ü! iir '
j U ÚntEOTORSi
Ml)tin'l A. Otero. .iMSípli Kosenwald,
Emanuel ItogenwRld Jacob Gros.
AfnUSeiia,il i f) ' IjOMiiio Lo peí. t
;-J i Mari tino Sj Otero, ) fn : ; !
RosmwaWk Building-
Hues a ifPniTal HauklnK .BubIimíM. Drafts
for ialo on the rinr.í 1 cltfcaíl liríat Britain
aii'l tin- C miii.nit of nropc. ; LriBionileuc
Bolli'lte'l.
Ci.i.Bl nnifiitsofKMltthl. ana CntJe from uan m.ia.a laver loimil J; 'ir-
tiooil itoails rrom wt uivcr vi uitnun mu. v... -- -
. . ti Wutrous, Kislity-nine milus. , ',-'"' ,V.
Ituil üoaii IH-iot.
NATIONAL HOTEL
y..' ::: Las Vegas, IsV Mr"1'
MAHALA RANDLES, PROPRIETOR.
Bent of table accommodations, and nice, clean beds. to nlee) in.
ment and iirslass style guaranteed to :.ll.
Courtecjus treaty
.MA RWE DE, BR U M L E Y & CO.
-DEALERS IX-
1
D
im
C.iURTHBUN
CHICAGO
SHOE STORE
rineit quality of Custom Work done ip the
Territory.
A Full Line of M. Ü. WelU ACo.'a Chicago
Male Boots A Shoos Constantly on Hand. . , I
EAST LAS VKGAS, N.Mi :
e
OCCIDENTAlif i
1LLIARDHAL.IL
. Fines , in the city of East. Lbb Vegas. ..
ra un vi a.'.' -T -zssi
1 THE MONARCH
Fivst-cl ass bar where g mUenicn Wilt And the
. . I I.. tlin'IWrid.KU
Unest ui'H'8, wineu uuoisaiiM' i5 -, "j
Drop in and see hb. Open clay and i;fgnt.
A. F. J1LSOX, proprietor.
W.H.SHUPE
' ' MANUFACTURER OF
WAGGNS& CARRIAGES
HYER FRIEDHAN & BRO.,
LAS VEGAS, - NEW MEXICO.
ide
JEFFERS f KLÁTTEHHQFF
Have Jnst Received Two Car-loads of 1 1
F,TJK,2SriTXJIR,Ei
" The best ever brought to this niBrket, whjeh will be sohl at ReUueed Prior.
Qneensware, Glassware, Chroxnos, Window Curtains
Agents for the CROWN SKW1XG MACHINE, the beat in uní. "
. DONE TO ORDER, " " " " 1 1
SoutU Sido of Plaza, ., La Vogaai IC. X.
Jacob Gross,
Á. M. Blackwell,
'A: C.Stm:ktoU.:
Gross, Bláckwell & Co.
Successors to OTKRO, SELLAR A CO
3. Uatxolds, President, L, P. Brooms, V.-P.,
(iio. J. DlKiiCahlor, Ji . l'litox, .
' AwistantOashler; 3 ' s-
Report of the Condition
' " OFTnK
First National Bank of Las Vegas
NEW MEXICO, "
Made to the Comptroller oí the Currency, at
the close of business, October 1, :
REMOCRCE8:
Loans and discounts... $20".5H5 77
U. 8. Bonds S0.U00 00
Cash and exchange . JR,681 39
Current expenws , 4,85 11
BunkiiurHouw. ' 18.000 00
' " $078,113 27
UABIUTIE8:
Capital 8t(xk t 60.000 00
Surplus fund and profits 45.277 40
Circulation 45.000 00
Deposits 657.1Q4 87
' $678,112 S7
DiRKCTOiini J. Raynold, L. P. Browim, üín.
J. Dinkcl, C. niancbard, F. A. Manzanares.
EMPIRE SAW MILLS
-OF-
Wholesale Dealers in
T.I
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
IHanufaéturer' Agtnta and
írJeriiíanís
ON IJXE OF A. T.i& 8. I RAILROAD,
East Las Vega hi
S. HARRIS, Proprietor. t S. H. WELLS, Manager.
STA PLE ÁXD FANCY GROCERIES
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN SEASON
AND DEALER IN
IN MARWEDE't BLOCK, BRIDGE STREET.
Stoves, Tinware House Fiirnishlnur Goods a speciulty. TUey huvo a lnrtfo and well sole,
stook mid invite the patronuife of the public. Agents for the .Etna Powder Company.
led
NO HUMBUG.
Eresli G roceries & Canned Goods Carriáges, Wagons
HEAVY HARDWARE
Iron, English Cast Steel, P'ow Steel, Pipe
Boxes,: Thimble Skeins, Iron Axles,
Springs, Chains, Vulcan An-, ,
vü$r20vlbs. and upward
( 8íac1íomI,tli8y,'iV
1 "'" Tools, " "
Oak, A8h and Hickory Plank, Poplar Lumber,
Spokes Felloe.: Patent Wheels, Oak and Ash
Tongues, Colliding. Poles, Hubs, Carriage,
Waon and plow Woodwork and Carriage
Forginga .i. Keep on band a fiU stock of . ,i ,
mo, sit Las Vegas, ISTe-w Mex.
9
MERO
M IioleNiilo nml Ketaii reiiler iii
General Merchandise
WOOli. UPES, SHEEP,-
COU IÑT 'I? ZR"Y" IP!R; O 3D TJOB
Train Outfitters, " - 1
Send tni your qrderBi.iind: have 'ydur vehicles
made at home, and keep the money In the Ter
ritory. ' ' ' ' ' '
Also Afrent for A. A. Cooper'n Celebrnted
Steel Skein Wagons. ;
HSTEW MEXICO
R. W. WOO T TEN $ CO.
Send all Orders to
Leave orders
Mill.
witq Loreno Lopez or at the
SIMON A CLEMENTS.
FELIX MARTINEZ-
CLEMENTS IMARTLNEZ
' " ' tlkALERS IN' .""v p :7 . , M '
general;merchahi)íse
Flour, Grain and Country Produce. '
Lumber in Large Quantities a Specialty !
. Cash paid for Wool, Hides and Pelts,1 ' " , - ' t- : '
OPPOSITE SjVN MIGUEL NATIONAL BANK, ' - . ' LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO
now oxüsaxr.
Why Do People Stop at
a , TW.H-T3
GRIS WOLD & MURPHEY
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
srniv IS
All oí these
51 o n nil li ff CloodM.
In Italy women grieve in while gar
ments and men in, brown. In China
white is worn by both sexes. In
Turkey, Syria, (Jappadoeia and Ar
menia celestial blito is the tint ehoson ;
in Egypt yellowish brown, the hue of
the di;ad leaf is deemed proper, and in
Ethiopia, where men are blaelc
tiy -tmlilim nf liiiiirnino'
colors are symbols. W lute symbolizes
miritv. an attribute of our dead : the
celestial bine, that place of rest where.
happy souls are at peace ; the yellow or
dean leaf tells that death is the end of
all human hope, and that man falls as
the autumn lt;af, and gray whispers of
the earth to which ' all return. The
Syrians consider mourning for the "dead
an cll'eniinate practico, and so-when
they grieved .they put on .women's
clothes as a sign of weakness and as a
shame to them for a lack of manliness.
The Thracians made a feast, when one
of their lovéd ones died, and every
method of ioy and delight was employ
ed. This, meant that i the. dead had
passetl from a state of misery into one
of felicity. 1 Black 'was introduced as
mourning by the queen of Charles Vlll.
Heforo that the. French, queens wyre
white mourning and were known as
white queens. American llcyistcr.' '
DRTJOG-IS1!'
. 1 ; . 1 : i M
t?WST JfA TIOXAT, ttANK EVIlVUfG,
. - - Now Moxloo
Il'vve just opened their new st.n-.k of Drugs, Stationery, Fancy Goods, lollet Articles, i aims
, and oils, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. .,. ,,
5JThe most careful attention is given to our Prescription Trade. "8 i
Because they aró 'courteously trcAtd and
supplied with the finest brands of Li.-,n"s
and Cigars. Wine room in connection where
parties can bo supplied with a tlue oyster stew
on short notice-, ' L. t. BORtt. Proprietor.
Back of T. Romero's store.
i . . .,.!-! .'!.. ' ' '
, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALKR IN
Wines Liquors arid
: ' NEXT TO DUNLAP AND WINTERS, ;
Weet Side of Plaza; Las Vegas, N M,
Mrs. J. H. Baker & Co.
HAVE OPENED " ,
A Variety Store and News Stand
Their Stock Consists of Ladles Furnlsnlng
Goods, Embroideries, Zephyrs, Ocrman
t'own Yarns and Fancy Supplies,
Stationery, News, Perl'
odieals & Current.; .
Literature.
A new lino of Novelties for office family and '
gentlemen's use. A stock of Cigars unequal
od for flavor and quality. Visitors are receiv
ed cordially. ; .
Sixth St., opposite the St. Nicholas
PLAS VECAS
LANING MIL
F, C, OGbEN, Proprietor.
Dressed Lumber for Sale. Lumber Surfaced to
, Order. AH Styles of
Moulding
Turning of all Descriptions, Newell Posts,
Balustrades, Scroll-Sawing, .
Contracting, BuilcUug
: Work and Estimates from a distance w ill ,
receive prompt attention.
LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO
Oyster Bay Restaurant!
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
lVEet,l, 33 Cts.
SERVED AT ALL HOURS. ' "
SAMPLE ItOOM ATTACHED.
E X 0 HAN Q B SALOON
JANIESD. WOLF, Proprietor. ! ! '
The Best Liquors, Wines and Cigars an Town
-': SXXjXjX JilEllD TABLES : . ' '
Good Glub Rooms, and Lunch at all Hours
Marcellino, Bofta & Perez
Proprietors of 'tlxo"". ' ! ,!-
NEW- MUSIC' ST.QEE
PIANOS, ORGANS, IIAUPS. GUITARS, VIOLINS AND ALL KIMD8 OP MUSICAL
ON HAND AND FOR SALE. ' '' "'. " ... , ,
jgjiioot TEtq-sIo ; eft? Stationery
ALSO ,-,ri., , ,-, :'v
í"IIead(uiarters for Choleo Tobacoo and Clgars.EÍ i'- i I
MAEGAEITO EOMEEO,
-I hlA LICK IN
AT-
.-jar
Goods 8old strictly tor C-aab and'ai 8'mall Profits.
BRANCH STOKE AT LA: CUESTAv N. M. T
! i i i I I
rrenidciit Gurlioll'M TaTOi-Ilo Poem.
l'resulent ilai-JkltTs iavoritc . wi't
wi.i Telitijrson, and lhc poem, lie loVed
best was "In Mernorhim." The fol
lowing familiar stanaa from this poem
which he quoted in an address on the
death of Lincoln, and which were more
than. rje apjAied U lumaejf ítfter Ills
accession to tné'Pres'ldeney.-'havo'ánéw
and melancholy and signilicant interest
now. He was, indeed t v - - i
As some divinely gifted mun
! Whoso. llfo iu low estate began,
And on a simplo Tillago KmeiM
Viho breaks his birth's Invidious bar, ;
-' ; And graRps tho skirts of htfpny-rhanéo,
And breasts tho lilo-.vs of cireuinstance,
And grapples with his evil star ;
;W8o lnalces by forec tiis.iiiftlt known,
Á And lives to fltttehthé goldín keys, . f
, rp moj ft mighty stftte's deercos '
And shape the whisper at the throne. . .
And, moving up from high to h!gh(T,
Bcromos ou f ortumH crowntn(r slopo ; -.'"
Tlio pillar 6í a paople's hope, ';
fThe litro ofj a w?rld'8 desire, i jj
, I ? ? ' I f
' Fresh tlressed chickens, hntfer, cm;,
and porte link sausago at Hooper's Kast
Sido market.-, , . 1 ; ' '.' ll-18-4t. 1
TGXPBEA HO TJ.S.E,
U. ' i llailroad AveV Opposite Browne & Manzanares, Las Vegas:
Town Lots for Sale in
The Perea family, of Bernalillo, have laid
out a large tract of land in that beautiful town,
exteuding north on tillier side of the railroad.
These lots are very desirable for business and
residence property,' and are right among the
niiwvaids and frultrerowing lands. Lands for
gardens, orchards and.-vineyards can be, easily
obtained. The property will be sold at reason
able rates.' For fanner: information apply to
,. , . , Bernalillo,, N. at.
The .'Sunt
Nicholas Hotel
White Oaks Staare Line.
THo White Oaks Stnire Lino; is runninir dally
eoaches f rom .Soeorro to Whito Oaks. ; After
Oct. 15th a buekboard will run daily to lt.
Stanton. Eiirpteou nours irom ooeorro to
White Oaks. Good aeeommodations. Best
und quickest way to the WhitoOaks. .
W-J-tf H. E...MÜLNIX.
Las .Vegas, ..Mm- 'Mexico:" rT'u''' v''in
T. f, ; fjshiimw. , pro rum tor
- Will be Kept as a First-class Hotel; . ';:; ; .v
Providing a .good .'table, good attention fine Winer,
The Traveling
.iM'io'ií.ol?
i.-.i.
fúblifí are coriliwhj'ineiled.
Restaurant- & Gi
tv
Bakery
A. P., BAREIER,
-AND-
ORNAMENTAt PAINTER.
Frescoing, Graining, . Glazing,
I; ,' llAitBLtNO, ;CALsbMING, ETC.'1 . ' :
J3P-SHOP EAST' OP THE COURT HOUSE,
.,j ...,,,..,-; , LAS, VEGAS.,; ....
r.i-4 Healer In General.) n!i.n:
3IKTIC0. í'"
..."
This house has been newly opened and thoroughly renovated,
teous attention guaranteed to all. ' IS
Everjlhing first class. Cour-
, pop'r
AMUSEMENT.
SEUATE SALOOIT
"..i ' "AlsoTealer In
Cattle? Sheep, Wool; Hides, Crqdn
r '- r-fc .- vo. ., A '.- -J ' - u -J.
And all Kinds of Produce.
Freight teams always ready and freigiitlng
.done to au parj,s pi tne, j.erriiory v
,, Full weight i find
Tark Grocerj.i í t
;,fair count, at' tho
i tl'Á v i " 7-27 tf r
CHAS, TOPT, apx-oiii-iotor.
: CENTER STREET, EAST LAS VEGAS. '"
I -i.!
Open Day and - ISTlgrlxt
Prívalo Club Itoom in ronnectlon. All
Bust brands of Llnuors and Cigais cons
kinds of Lcgitlmato Games always In full bit st.
stautly on hand.
ÍÍ
BILLY'S"
-AND-
KINDS OF
- : - : '"'I i m ! - AVHOLES A.LE AND KETAIL;; ;.t,; ...fi l ir--; ,!,
GROCERIES, TOBACCO AND C10AR
'-'T'i ."'. i COSÍS-KCTIOSERIKS, fBUIfR, ETC. . ,, ,, :: ,; , ,.
Vegas, - - -.....'.' m, 3Sr-vcr..3Mo3K.io,
JK9
Board by the Week $5.00. Everything
in tirst-class style. . ;
W. H. SMITH. Pkopkirtok.
LAS VEGAS, N. M.,
AND DEALEU IN
Hay, Grain & Produce of all Kinds.
ST. MICHAEL'S GQLLEGE E
SANTA FE, N. M.
Conducted by the '
Brotheis of the Christian Schools
TunMS Board andl'ultion for session Of ton
months, 8200; Washing and Bedding, .85.
The session begins th() first week of Noviiin
ber anil closes the last week of August.
For further particulars apply to . ,
BttO. BOTULP1I, Pies't.
; New Store! New Good: !
William Gillermaii
-7 iC J
AYSE & BATLETT
,i 1 , , , Dealers In "' ' ,
:,h .lr::ni n., l,in .i;--. .-; !,-;
' Diamonds, Watches, Clocks & Jewelry
': : :,; ! SOLE AGENTS FOlt THE
,:. Celebrated , Eockfo'rd Watch Co.
1 . !
iAND
The Johnson Optical Company,
Ü:. 1 !- i .n: i .;-id-. ;i .'.,r,uii
Afull I'no of Noxiifan J'illlyrc( Jewelry anil
' Silver Plated Vare ."
Opposite Otoro, BeUr to CP,. .2et:X1.'V'oewBi
HAS OPENED A STOvJK
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
-AT-
Liberty,
New Mexico.
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WATCH MAKEE AND" JEWELER,
Chapman Hall Billed Parlor and
:l; lv r,l-)'V:i
II-
'b "I il'iil " .in'i
-DÉALEU in
GOLD ' AND SILVER FILIGREE JEWELRY.
, A Full Assortment In uvury Liiy'i, w'.ii I wül
be sold at Las Vegas prices, Freight ad'le.i .
LAS VECAS , , ,
Assay Office,
OF
JoHii Eobertson,F.S. A .
i. i Assayer,'.; ", ," ;
VllNING . -pNGINEE-j
OfBoo, Grand Atto.,
' Opposite Optic Block.'"1 ' "
EAST LAB VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
a--WATCHES
REPAIRED! AND
H4 .r.l I'M) !
EN(iRAVlKG
; ; i : 1 1 V 1 .i!n;)io
SPECIALTY.1 -a
1 . ': li l! .'
LUN CHJROOM
.3 j-'j : ' í: : SOUTH SIDE OF PLAZA, ; v ,, : ,, ,.,
sia-nsToEiD and blub jjajp
Fiiuwt Wines, Liipiors and Cigars constantly on hand. Elegant parlors and Wine Rooms, n
connection. . ; ... :t ' , ' I- -
Open Dav and Night. Lunch at all Hours.
S3" Telephone to Old and New Town aud the Hot Springs. Q'Y ' ' '''
ÍM í í Srvston M"1 Western Dlly jPafceri.. WTLIVC, BURTON, Proprlotor. '
, THE MONARCH
lhc Finest. Resort in West Las Vesas where
the Very Best Itrands of Liquors and Clgar
are constantly kept on hand. Private
, Club Itoom In Connection. , Call ou i
' - i P. J. MAKTIN, Proprietor.;
' Dnlly 8tff nnd Express Line. !
Between ' Cimarron and Springer. Leaves
Cimarron at 7 a. m. end arrives at Bpringer at
11 a. ra. Loa vea Springer at 1 p. and ar
rives at Cimarron at 5 p. m. Will carry pas
sengers cheaper thnn any other line, i
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MENDENHALL, HUNTER & CO.,
FEED
STABLE
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Dealers in Horses and" Mules,' ' alstí' Fiño Buggies' u(l (jarrlHges for tíii Í
Rigs for the Hot Springs and other roints oí interest
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OutUU in the Territory'
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Assays of Ores made with accuracy nml ill
atch. Prompt attention will bo na'd to or
en sent from the various mining oamiis of tliu
Territory. , , , .
Examining and Reporting on Mines and
i , Mining Claims a Specialty. .
ASSAYS CONSIDERED COXFUtENTlAI
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J. B.
TA LOR NG
; i; Establishment; -; 71
Located on South Second St., opposite the Santa
F Bakery, where he li prcpareil, to, ,(tl1
kinds of work promptly, and In' Workman
Ikt manner, at reewnable J
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