J. H. KOOCLER, Editor.
RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION
Dally, 1 year 10 00.
lally.i month uo.
I)Ut. I month 1 0.
Uvlivrrr.1 by carrier lo ny rt of the city.
Weeklv, I ynr S ".
Weekly. I.i'nontht . 1 5.
For Alv(rtiilii(C Kites apply to J . !l. KxtrliT
K.ilitor hikI Proprietor.
IUere! at th t'nlon I liHnksK;ii ;
Herxic by Rot. ir. M. f rown.
Text: Hoth Helios and honor cotueth of
tlu-o, mi'l thou reifftitMt over nil, uuJ In thine
hiiml is powe r mid niljiut luul in thine hnnl it
lstonuike irreal, muí I i give strength unt ull
Now therefore our G it we lhank The; una
praise- Thy glorien luinc. I t'hrim. U:i:i.
It is nn observable fact that the sev
eral nations of tint world, both aueient
anil modern, however variable and
oppo.-ile in their character, manners,
and enterprise, have at certain ap
pointed times acknowledged a supreme
power ami Kuler, to whom they have
attributed the bestowal of great and
manifold blessings. Wherever in the
wide domain of human habitation our
eyes may look we behold temples, al
tars, priests, sacrifices, religious ser
vices, united in influence and voice, to
thank and praise some being, who is
regarded as benevolent and great.
The Grecians and Romans abounded in
festivities of joy in honor of their goxls.
To these gods vast concourses of peo
ple, in n most magnificent maimer,
would express their gratitude and
thanksgiving. That virtue, held in
highest esteem among the Egyptians,
was gratitude to their Rulers and their
The human heart has always seemed
to be conscious of a close connection
with a being at whose command are
the resources of the world. Wc stand
in awe in the presence of great results
surrounding us upon all sides. There
is somewhere a Being whose heart is
filled with benevolence. We try to
grasp the cause back of all. As many
of the nations of the earth have not
known the true God, the great Being
from whom all blessings have come
they have rendered unto gods of their
own hands, the thanksgiving and praise
due the only true God.
The Jewish nation was one to which
the Lord saw lit to reveal himself as the
Creator of all things, the Ruler of
nations, and the Giver of all blessings.
For this people lie created a land
whose location upon the globe, soii
and climate, mountains and rivers, ail
conspired to make it the most to be de
sired of all lands.
On either side of the special land, lay
the great kindonis of the world; the
Babylonian empire on the East; the
kingdom of Egypt on the West. Be
tween these two great Empires the
Almighty had selected a land, defended
it against encroachment, and preserved,
it, rich, fresh autl new, for centuries.
Aland which he himself describes as
Uowing with milk and honey. No
great kingdom had visen up upon it, or
had enclosed it within its enlarging
limits. Wild nomadic tribes without
civilization,, without culture, or any
central government, occupied this re
serve until ths Almighty had prepared
a people for it and had led them in, to
take possession of it. The Aboriginal
inhabitants of this reserved country,
presents t the historian, by their habits
and manner of life, the idea that they
were simply staying in this country for
a season until they, for whom it was
prepared, should come. They develop
ed not the land, neither did they serve
God. And God l- ve them out of the
land, when thei - wickedness was full.
Upon this soil the kingdom of David
was set up. Here God wrote his name
upon the face of the earth. Here could
be seen this central location so wisely
selected in the very appearance, and
abundant resources of the laud, the
image of Ilim who in benevolence hath
made 11 things and hath blessed all
lands and all people.
The kingdom of Israel under David
lip.d nourished greatly, and had reach
ed a day of national thanksgiving when
the ascription of praise in the text was
rendered to God. But this favored na
tion had not attained unto this degree
of progress and to this day of thanks
giving, without struggles, sacrifices and
prayers. At times there had gathered
about them darkness and threatenings
o' destruction. Evils like a cloud of
wrath had crowded into their sky; but
the face of God appearinghad banished,
all their fears and was now shining in
their midst. Their land had brought
forth plentifully, their flocks and herds
were increased. The people in the
abundance of their gratitude had as
sembled to lay a rich offering of thanks
giving at their Master's feet. David in
his prayer acknowledges thatthe riches
honor and prosperity of this great na
tion had come from God. And all the
people rejoice together with their king,
because God hath dealt so bountifully
And is it nottruly becoming to us to
day, as a groat nation to acknowledge
God, to acknowledge His great wisdom,
His mighty power, His ruling love in
the life and history of this nation P
Peace, prosperity and wealth seem to
bo presiding in nearly all parts of this
land. Who is he that would say " it is
not due to God, that this great people
should lill their national day with
praise and thanksgiving.1 From all
parts and departments of this wide do
main should a sweet odor of praise as
cend to His throne of love. As you un
fold the roll containing the name and
history of nations, from the lime that
(Nimrod "the mighty hunter," went
fourth to establish Babylon, until the
year 1492, in the Christian era, when
Columbus set sail over an unknown sea,
does it not occur to you to be remark
able that the name and history of
America do not appear? That during
a period of the world's experience and
history embracing ."í,8i4 years, Ameri
ca appeared not? Within this period
of time is embraced the mnjur part of
the world history.
Who is nt strunb.'ty impressed with
the thought that God had kept and de
fended under his secret hand against
the incursions of a Godless world,
America, until less than four hundred
years ago; until the lime appointed had
come when he should bring fourth this
land as his treasure from behind the
seas, to be occupied by a people, chosen
of Him, who should enter it in His
name aiid develop it to His glory.
The aboraginal possessors of
this land, as in the land
of Palestine, seemed to be a people who
lis il drifted in upon it to occupy it for a
season until they for whom tt was pre
pared and reserved shall conic. The
vast horde ( i human beings who origi
nally roamed through the wilds of this
ountry had no strong central govern
ment; they were a dismembered race of
people, were frequently at war among
themselves, without civilization, cult
ure or Christianity.
America was God's great reserved
continent, for a people of his own
choice, and when God opened a path
through the seas to the land the con
quest of this continent was successfully
made by His people though not without
conflict and prayer. This land was
kept a secret in ihe water for centuries
away from the encroachment of godless
empires until the Lord could reveal it
to a people who would take possession
of it as a gift from Him, the Lord their
God. During this time the Lord was
preparing a people in the world for the
reception of this great gift. And when
the shores. of America were stretched
out before the eyes of the world there
were people in search of a laud where
in they might worship God with none
to molest or make them afraid. Then,
sir, did God bring forth this continent
free from the taint and tarnish of de
cayed empires, free from envious fac
tions of dismembered governments,
free from a disfigured state and an ex
hausted soil. For the aboriginees by their
marches and camp lires had not disfig
ured the land. This broad rich coun
try, reserved so long and given when it
was and to the people to whom it va?,
is the work of none other than our God
whom we serve to-day.
If America had been as valueless as
Africa is the Almighty might have kept
it hidden forever within the seas and
the world would have been as rich and
great and God would have been as
But the things which God reserves to
give arc the most precious among his
offerings. America is among the re
s Tvcd gifts of God. America is among
tie most precious of his gifts to the
world. Although God had made this
land thousands of years before it was
presented; although its shores had been
washed thousands of years by the
ceaseless waves of two great seas; al
though the snows of thousands of win
ters had vested upon mountain and
plain or the ceaseless rays of an equa
torial sun had for thousands of sum
mers made forests ajid fields bloom; al
though for thousands of years the
m Hintains over forest, field anil sea;
although the rivers had sung their end
less song of praise to God for thousands
of years with none to heat save bird
and beast, America, embraced within
the bosom of the sea these thousands of
years was as rich, fresh and new as
when revealed to the eye of a gazing
world when the folds of the sea were
first rolled back to give her place to
rest for ages.
Had the Lord created America one
year before Columbus discovered it,.
Had he come dawn, after long Iow-.
iiig the Eastern continent, and finding
u.eni not sufficient for the full develop
ment of his plans ; had, he come down,
I say, and rolled back the sea for fifteen
million square miles and built therein
this continent, filling it up with gold,
silver, copper, lead, iron, coal and oil,
this gift of God would not have been
fresher, richer, or more appropriate,
neither more adapted to the needs of
the world than it was when Columbus
discovered it. Although made thou
sands of years before the Lord called
the people to it, for whom it was creat
ed, yet it was just what was needed.
Here is a fitness of things in the
works and government of God the
events which God bring to pass ar;.
The law of the Lord is perfect, God
makes no mistakes. He dpes not move
too fast or too slow. When he would
have his Son come into, the world, he
prepared the world. fr His coming.
When He would, Uavo the Gentiles re
ceive tho Gospel He prepared Peter and
Paul to give it to them. When in the
17th century the oppressed people of
God were looking and longing for a
land wherein they might worship God
according to the dictates of their own
conscience. When they were ready to
come to some land of freedom with
hearts devoted to the cause of Christi
anity, with principles of liberty and
justice anchored in their bosoms, with
thoughts of freedom and equality of
all men, then it was tTuit God had a con
tinent ready for them, on which they
could build a government, strong in its
principles and institutions of benevo
lence and learning. A government
which should bo a blessing to the entire
world aud a great light in the last
Buy your clothing at T. Romero &
Try "Billy's Ponies" Cigars, pure
Dolmoniro ReHlnnrnnt, of East Iah
This house has always on hand the
best the market affords. Oysters, lish
and wild game a specialty. Orders for
balls and parties solicited. Bill of fare
from ten to thirty per cent, less than
tho same meals can be had in Chicago
oT St. Louis, and put up in equally as
good style. Uall and be convinced.
Full weight and fair count, at the
Park Grocery. 7-27 tf
Budweiser beer at Billy's. 5-0-tf
Mrs. J. B. Baker & Co. have opened
a variety store and news stand, and will
keep constantly on hand a full lino (if
ladies furnishing goods, embroideries,
etc. They will also keep stationary,
news and periodicals and a line stock
of cigars not excelled for llavor and
Of Staples, G rocerles, etc., corrected daily for
the Oazettk by Urowne & Manzanares, I.as
Vega?. N. M.
Ducon. clear sides. p:-r lb 11
" dry oalt, per ll 14
" lireukliict.piT lb lli'i
Hams, per lb lt; 17
Lard, .(íinre e.en. pi-r lb l.V
' pails, ten l. pi'
" pailrt, tle II) V",
" pails three lb ltí'í
' California, per 1! ."i
" Lima, per Hi 14
" white navy isoniee) S'
Hriiu, eastern l.5
llutier, creamery, in tubs 4(1
Hotter, creamery cans 44'e.'iO
Cheese, peril) Wn-Zl
Ottee, Hio, common 1,1, fair 11, prime.. . it!
' Mocha.. ' '.'At
" Ariosa )
Crackers, soda Ttfcí'í
Apples, Caiil'oniia 10
l'eaehes, California 13
Mackerel, per kit .l.T.-.? 3.50
Flour, Kansas M.HMiMM
" Colorado 01 UiA 4 . 0
Hominy, per bbl
Meal, corn 2.75
' nut. per hundred lbs l.5i)
Uds, carbon 110 3 . ;n
" carbon 150 s ;8
" linseed 1.20
" laid 1.50
Sacks, wool 4ÍÜ''10
Sail, per barrel, coarse B 00
" dairy ftl.SOíi .$7.50
Soups, common O'jW.74
" fnmilv 7frS
Sugar, Kxtru'O 1Ü, A );'i
' crushed 14, cut loaf 14'i
" tin!-powdered . 14'.
" yellows :V',SrM
Syrups, kegs $1. "() 4.50
" cans, per case 12 Is.-. !t.itK'$10.ün
" " " 24 "2s 10.W(.f 12.1)0
Teas, Japans WGim
" imperial 50f75
" (i. 1' '. VM'JM
" V. II 401)75
" Oolong aOff'IW
Wire, fence, painted U
Win; staples 10
Steel 17, Knglish 202Í
WOOL, IIIUES A XI J'EI.TS.
Wool, common fall clip $ 12!(T(,15
" medium improved fall clip. 15 (1H
" well improved full clip IS
" black. 2 to 5 cents less than
Hides, dry Hint VI '',
" daniaed H (i?,10
Sheep pelts, prime butcher 8
" damaged anil saddle
float skins, average IS
Deerskins, " M
Town Lots for Sale in Bernalillo.
The Perca family, of l'.ormilillo. Imvo la d
out u laivfi ii'iiel dI land in thai beautiful town,
extending north on 1 ilber si''e of tne railroad.
These lots a every de-iriihle (tir business ano
residence properly and are vllit among the
vmejai'ds mid fruit crowing lauda. I.amia for
gardens, orchards and vineyards can bo easily
ohtuiiie.il. The prnpert will be sold at reason
able rates. For further information apply I"
.J n. I'KUKA,
liernalilio, N M.
FAMILY VEGETABLES !
ONLY THE MOST
improved Varieties !
cncUMREUS, Fresh for Table Use or for
l'iekles, wholesale unit retail.
Get Your Yesoetables Nice anfl Fres
AT WKGNEU'S PLACE.
Theodore Wagner has opened up his hand
some residence as n HOTEL, where the public
mid transient quests will find the very best ac
commodations. A quiet !Vií comfortable homo
A. Firat-Class Saloon
in eoWiCoiion, provided with the best brands of
Wlufa, Liquors and Cigars. Call at Warner's.
Wool Pulling Establishment,
CHAS. FLEGAL, Prop.
Will tan all kinds of hides. On the liwr-np-poaito
the round houicv
Roberts & Wheeiock
Ho Jers, Plumbers,
m. eaim Bryant: raer' na? aso a te ns
JOU WOUK A SPECIALTY.
ra 'l A venue, opK)slte liockhart A Co., Kas
yy-M. H. PAGE, M. D
TO LAS VEGAS HOT SriUNGS CO.
Office: No. 23 Bath House.
Graduate of Harvard University; member of
the SuiroBi District Med. Society; of the Mas.
Med. Society and of tho American Med. Asso
ciation. A practicing pliyBiclan and surgeon in Uoston
for the pnsttwenty-eltrhtyenrs, with the excep
tionof about two cara spent in Europe, for
the advancement of professional knowledge,
and nearly the same time in tho army duriutr
the late war.
LATE DISPENSARY PHYSICIAN; Surireon
in the Massachusetts General Hospital; SOLE
PHYSICIAN TO N'll'K.Elt.SON'8 HOME FOlt
CI 1 1 LDKEN tho past twenry-'even ycura. The
City Physician of Iloston, etc., etc.
Also member of the Sue. of Arts of Insti
tute of Technolojfy; of the Massachusetts His-torico-Geiioiilojfical
Society, etc-, etc.
Lute U. S. Pension Sur.iroon and frerpiently
selected by tho Commissioner to pass u)on the
more dilliuult cases occurring in New Eng
land. Often employed as a medical expert in Im
port'.iut cases by indivi luals; Life Ins. Co.'s;
Railroad Co.'s; the City; the Commonwealth
and the United States.
A. 0. R0BBINS
DKAJ.l it IN
U 8 D lí P-J A KING OIlUEKS PKOMI'T'
l.V iTTENDBD TO.
JVrcr the Bridge, West Las Vega.
At í I..V) per week. Apply to J. A. Oleitzmnn
next door to Frank Maier'g meat market.
BAKERY AND LUNCH COUNTER
A full line of baker's goods. Aflrst-clussluncb.
LAS VEGAS ; : EAST SIDE.
Zlon Hill, Blancharil Street.
R'NCON, .... NEW MEXICO.
yy-Ksr LAS VKGAS,
in Wesc.he'B buiMlni;.
L S VEGAS, - - - NEW MEXICO.
AND SI1EKT-1HON WARES
niel dealer in all kinds of
COOKING ANG PARLOR STOVES
BRIDGE STREET, - - - LAS V EGAS
J N ÍTRLONU,
POSTOFFICE, Bridge Street, LAS VEGAS,
Q FRANK ALLEN,
U. S. MINERAL SURVEYOR.
Civil Eiifrineerinn' and Surveying of till kinds
cui-ciuiiy iitienacu to. t.pecuu attention
given to topographical maps of
WF.sf SIDE SIXTH STHEET.
East Las Vegas.
Fr 8h Uecr always on Draught. Also Fine
t.igai-H auu uiskey. i.uncn counter in con
US. J. P. THEOBALD,
EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO,
First door north of Herbert's drug store.
Cutting and Iltting a specialty. French drv
stamping done to order. Tho ladies of Las
Vegas are invited to call and give me a trial.
J W. HANSON,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Shop third door cast of tho First National
uaiiK, liruige street.
J P. THEOBALD,
BOOT AND SHOE
Maker, lienairinif nromnllv and ncatlv done
Col. Steele's former olliee. Grand avenue, sec-
onu uoor norm 01 Herberts Drug Store.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Mending done on short notice and in good
Ptyle. All work guaranteed to give satisfac
tion. North Side Plaza.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
JJ 11. BORDEN,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
On line of Street Railroad, east of Optic Block.
Olliee over Herbert's Drug Store.
JET SHAVED AT THE
PARLOR BARBER SHOP.
CENTER STREET, - EAST LAS VEGAS
Proprietor of the
MINERS' BARBER SHOP,
HOT ANICOLD BATHS
Next door to Wright's Keno Parlor.
RS. KOKBIN3 SUMMEUFiELD, M. D.,
First House North of Sumner House.
Office Houhs ; From 10 to 1 i a . M. ; 3 to 5 p.m.
East Las Vegas, ..... New Mexico.
II. H. S. PEEBLES.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Makes a specialty of Dermatology, or skin din
case. Office: Two doors west of St Nicholas. -
U. E. L. EPPERSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
LAS VEGAS, N. M.
Olliee two doors west of Post Olliee.
Special attention given to diseases of theeyt?,
tar and rectum.
.J. PETTl.rOHN, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
LAS V EGAS AND HOT SPRINGS.
Clnoaiu Diseases aud Diseases of Female
II. )l SPItlNGS - - - to IS A.M.
L VEGAS Central Drag Stor, S to P U.
f II. SKU'WI I H,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
(illlce. Room No. 7,
FllMT NATIOVA' B 5TK BUILDING.
E. A. FISKE. H. L. WARKEN.
FISKE & WARREN,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law, Santtt Fe,
N. M., will practico In tho supreme ad nil
district courts in tho Territory. Special atten
tion given to corporation cases; also ti Span
ish and Mexican grants and United" State min
ing and other iaud litigation bef oro thti courts
nuil United States executives officers.
JOSTWICK A WHITELAW.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
UiUwrtn First Nat'l Bank Building,
LAS VEGAS. " - - NEW MEXICO.
yM. M. íTTZ-MAiraiCE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. .
Silver Citv, - , New Mexico
Business of every kind attended to In Grant
JEE & FORT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
(Olliee at Rcaidenco)
EAST LAS VEGAS K. M,
fl F. NEILL,
AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
And District Attorney for tho Twentieth Ju
dicial District of Texas. All kinds of businins
attended to promptly.
uince: kl. fasu, 1 baas.
Tho Lightest Itunulng Machine In the world
New and in perfect order.
WM. II. II. A-LLISON, East Las Vegas.
made by going t FLECK'S and ficMIn? your
Clolhes Repaired and Cleaned. You
will liml that most of your
old suits can be
.A. ST US 13 I
SUITS CLEANED Oil COATS BOUND FOI!
Repairing done at reasonable rates. Shop
next door to Biownlng's Real Estate Olliee,
East Las Vegas. F. W. FLECK, Pvop'r.
X Dealer In
And Undertaking Goods of all Kinds Kept
Constantly on Hand.
LAS VEGAS, - - - NEW MEXICO.
All Orders Promptly Filled.
COAL ! COAL ! COAL !
Constantly on hund. Leave orders at Lock
hart & Co's. 10-25-tf
T3TT T T A TT
TT ATT "
A full line of the Purest Imported Wines and
Whiskies for family and medical purposes.
L CITY STAGE LINE,
NEW, COMPLETE, QUICK.
Runs to Mineral City, Mondays, Wednesdays,
and Fridays. Returns alternate days. Plenty
of timo at either city for prospecting or busi
ness. Fare, ?2.00 each way; Hound trip, $3.50
J. O. XXill c&J Co.
Prices to Suit the Times.
J. O. BLAKE
Manufacturer and Dealer In
LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO.
Seuth Side of Plaza,
Carriage Trimming Done to Order.
F.I. HOOPER, Prop'r
(Successor to II. E. Frhlcy.)
Will keep constantly on hand Beef, Mutton,
Pork, Sausage and Bologna, also Fresh Butter
and Eggs. Railroad trade solicited. Meat de
livered to any part of the city.
For Sale or Rcnl.
Restaurant fixtures, complete, for $401, tho
building for rent at Si"0 per mouth, or both for
rent at 75 per month. This is the best loca
tion for a restaurant in the city and is now
doing a Hue business. Inquire of Calvin Fisk,
real estate ngent, Optic Block, East Las Vegas.
EMPIRE SAW MILLS
R. TF. WOOTTENS? CO.
Send ull Orders to
Leave orders witq Lorenzo Lopez or nt tho
Eagle Saw Mills
T. Romero & Son.
Jj"Leave y orders at the store ofv35
T Homero & o i .
I.M . 4 K
NEW HACK LINE
TITJ3 HOT OIPXXI3STO
I hereby announce to tho public that I have
established a new hack line to the Springs.
Moderate charges and careful drivers. Orders
left at Talbot's livery stuble will be promptly
attended to. . WILL FERINO I ON.
J". vJ. KELLY,
iSucccssor to Blako & Kelly)
Mannractnrer and Dealer Ih
SADDLES & HARNESS
Carriage Trimming to Order.
. On Front Street,
NEW ALBUQUERQUE, ..... N. M.
O. R. BROWNING
EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M.
Real Estate and Insurance Agent
The Oldest, the Largost, the Best Imiurance Co's.
Name of Company.
; Liverpool, London and Globo....
Home Fire Insurance Company.
London Assurance Corporation..
ISpringtield F. & M
Insurance Co. of North America.
Hire Insurance Association
North Hritih & Mercantile
IINSTJ- RVviTGE IS
A. M. Illuekwell,
Gross, Blackwell & Co.
Successors to OTERO, SELLAR A CO.
Wholesale Di alers In
IMauufaeturera' Ayrnta ami
Fovwar!ier ami Coiiinsissioii !! ri'liauis
ON LINE OF A. T. S. F. RAILROAD,
East Las Vegas - New IMexieo.
PEODUCE DEAL EES
Poultry, Eggs, lJultor, Etc.,
Xiocatocl at tlio Old .Vcltxns Exioross Offloo
, CORNER GRAND AVENUE AND SIXTH STREETS,
EAST LAS VEGAS, - ISTEW MEX.
- Xj ZEE X ZLNT H3
Sucres' to lli-rbcrt & Co.
Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles and Perfumery,
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All IIirs, Dai and Night.
LOCEIIAriT BXOCK, TlJ.&iT' Zjí&.S VEGAS
DUNLAP & WINTERS,
UnccrsxorH to Herbert & Co.
Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Mieles and Perfumery.
Prcscrptions Carefully Compounded.
Northwest Corner of the Plaza, Las Vegas.
IT IS NO USE TO SEND EAST FOR FINE
H. EOMEEO & BEO.
HAVE JUST KRCEIVED A VERV FINE STOCK OF
Brocade Silks, Velvets, Satins, Tassels, Cassimeres
(Or All Colors)
Fine Washington Cloth, Momie cloth, Silk Bunting
(Of all color?.)
Ladies' French Kid Shoes
es&Xj relies' JPm. Bonnets.-
CARPET DEPARTMENT !
Our Ciirpet Depnrlincnt is complete in
inspection of our stock.
HALF-WAY SAW MILL,
J. II. OVEKE-IULLS, Proprietors,
Ten miles from Las Vegas, on the Gallinas
A SPLENDID ROAD
Planed and Unpinned Lumber of all Kinds Kept Constantly on Hand and
Made to Order.
Stock Taken in Exchange for Lumber.
EAST LAS VEGAS NEW MEXICO
This house 1 bran-new ami has been rli'jrm-tly lumlsbeil throughout. Tlic8umnerUa 11 rs
eliiBH house in every respect, ami guests will be ciitertulncd In the best possible manner nuil e
GRAND VIEW HOTEL
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
JDj. J". ZEE. STTTIFIIET, PROFR
esrThe Kcst Accommodations that can bo Found in the Territory.
HATES Per duy, Í 2.00; per week, $7.00 to $9.00
TO AND FROM
Frank Maier has just brought in a
fine herd ot beef cattle to be slaughter
ed for his butcher shop, lie keens all
kinds of meat of the freshest and best
quality and also all kinds of sausage.
Go to his shop for your meat. ll-23-3t.
"What do the wild waves say
DarlingP The best lunch in New Mex
ico is found at tho Center street bakery.
London A- Liverpool;
AND RET IL
Also a full lino of
the latest anil most beautiful designs. Wc invito'
O. L. Houghton has opened a new
tin shop completo in all particulars at
his old stand on tho plaza where all
classes of tinware and sheetironware
will bo manufactured promptly to or
der. The best of workmen are cm-
Eloyed and they have everything at
and. with which to work. 11-23-tf
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