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LAS TEUAB, XKW MEXICO.
THE LARGEST
DAILY, SUNDAY AND WEEKLY
Circulation in the Southwest.
THURSDAY. JANUARV 10.
LOCALLETTES.
Tbe probata court is ia session ia tbis
city.
The Knight oí Pytbias installed tbci
Dew ollicerg laat nilL
Tbe female seminary reDorta a totter
attendance toan ever befere.
Mcndenball. Huuter & Co. yesterday
nnrcha-ea a Chihuahua pony ot Mrs.
Morley.
Professor LM.armo'- cbildrtm'.dano
lug class opened vesteraay.
Thin is the last dav of erace fur un
licensed does and the herder will begin
tbe slaughter tomorrow.
Tha ladies' aid society will meet at
the residence of Mrs. Sloan, Main street.
this afternoon.
R. C. Richmond, now in tho jewelry
hnsinpM nt Mi cs Citv. Montana, sena
this oflico coules of tho Yellowstone
Journal.
The Gazette has a srood organ and
piano in the bands of the manufacturer
for sale. Now is the chance to secure
a eood bartrain. We discount factory
prices.
Professor Boffa would like to trad
some fellow's oyercoat which be
wearing for hisown An exchange was
made at tho Wiley party luesday
night.
Jerome Lynch, a gentlemanly young
follow, uas purcnaaeu me nuuer cigar
store on Sixth street, tie uas a geou
stand, a good trade, and we liopo
good fortune in store for him.
Bart Bartholomew, a skipper from
Albuquerque, was nabbed at tho depot
vesterdav for sotting away with two
xniM nf pint hps from Ilfcld & Co. Bar
tholoraew disgorged tho plunder and
departed m peace.
Tbe annual encampment of the de
partment of New Mexico, (J. A. K.,
will be held in Lai Veens on ashing
ton's birthday, t'ebrnary 23. It is the
inttDtion to give a ball in the evening nt
the opera house, wincn win uo seconu
to none in its magnificence.
The remains of John F. Holmes, who
died i t tbe Windsor from a hemorrhage
of the lungs, were shipped oast to Kan
sas City by express this morning. At
Kansas City the casket will be received
by a friend and taken to Rochester,
N. Y.
Anna Era Fay, the medium, will ap
pear at tho opera house on Sunday night
and will down the unruly spirit which
made Us appearance at Triuidad the
other night. She should materializo
that preacher as ho appears before St.
Peter, knocking for admission.
The man on the hunt for tho comet
must look to tho northwest. Karly in
the evening it is best visible, ami may
be seen half way between the zenith and
e-horizon. and directly between the
nern vross ami me uruni square
casus, it ia barely visible to the
il evo. but mav bo distinctly scon
fi frint nfi I' fit rinnrn trlfwpn.
i
producio! "
(tenses -, IJamcli and liangc.
of i'eslerday was a marker at tho Kan
sas City stock yards. The cattle re
cekptsiwcre 1.521 head. The market
"2 akcr and a shade lower for shiD-
stccrs. Butchers' stuff was ICY 15c
dOl Tc. Stockcrs and feeders wore
quiet. Native steers of 1,200 to 1,500
pounds, t5.lftft5.U0; stockers and feed
ers, 3.75(ft4.tW; cows, 3.S34 25. .
i ' I. -. : i .1 : -i : ,. J
1 illkb 19 VfUlllCU III BUUCp in U HUU
constitution, large size, and a heavy
fleece of wool. Plain farmers cannot
afford to buy a breeding stock of pure
bred animals, but they can uso a full
blooaed male with their best owes.
The class of improvements that are
being put up by our stock growers of
lata is indeed a source of credit to the
territory. Tho fences, barns, sheds,
J Mfillia UUU UVTClllUK UUU.1C3 BID UtJl
surpassed by many older stales, this
as a signilicance about it that is very
' permanent; that the people have
to Ktav. Yes. more than this, it
lo.otpa Hint lliuir business is nrosoer-
liton and that tbey are disposed to en
j the comlorts of lifo as they go
tXovg.
1Uim ..am t nlinnnl frnni Ihn .lAiirrtfll
" . .riculture: it is a very common
-n.ic o i n n -r I n.n. iiiipiii T i an., norrio
he "big-jaw. mere are various
fticsasto its cause, but tho most
.Xi alono is that given by Mr. Charles
loonight, of Paladuro canon. Uood
Lrnt is one of the largest owners of
i tie in Texas, and a man who has
ren all tbe years of bis manhood to
liia handling and raising of cattle. He
sayi that the big-jaw is the result of
tooth aclis. Some years ago he saw a
you Jg steer in his herd with a swollen
jaw and looking droopy, llu bad him
roped and examined his tetth. He
found the gums inflamed and sore.
Knocking out the tooth it was found to
be docayed. In a day or two the animal
recovered it usual condition and tbe
swelling all disappeared. Sinco that
tima be issuos orders to bis men to
watch for signs of big-jaw, and on its
appearance a resort ta pulling the dis
eased tooth at once relieves the aaimal.
He has had no big-jaw ia bis herd since
making tbe discovory.
KAILUOAD ItEPOKTS.
" The Depot hotel was full to the
shingles last night.
Four hours are lost at La Junta by
Denver pilgrims.
Theemlerant runs are not overcrowd
ed with travelers. Too many first class
trains on the road.
The night trains have received an
other death blow. The omnibus line
ha taken off its vehicle.
Colonel M. Quigg. of Socorro, wbo
has had charge of tho A. T. & S. t. coal
interests in New Mexico for a long time,
baa pulled up stakes and gone to To-
I CD
peka. cocorrones uuuqutui-u mm iub
other "night. The culenel has many
friend's in Las Vegas wbo will miss his
pleasant visits.
Mr. W. C. Wells, formerly of Super-
intendent Robinson's office, has accept
ed a position with General Passenger
Airent White. Mr. Clarence Wells
baa friend all along the A. T. & S. F.
line wbo will be pleased to learn of his
promotion. He i one of lha most prom
ising young butiness men in the west,
' and is a chip off the Id block, as are
alio hi eight or nine brother.
Mr. J. H. Hampson, railway con
tractor tor tbe iirst twenty miles of the
Benson branch, has established one
large grading camp one and a half mile
frm tbe city, and another three miles.
A biz camp will be established on the
12th at Kock Cut. seven mile out on
toe twelfth division, and rook will fly
bow poco tempo. éocorró
MEXICANS MASSACRED
Unprovoked Slaughter of Four
Native Laborers at
Seven Rivers.
Tom Pickett and Billy Wilson
Implicated in tha Das
tardly Murder
Interesting Interview with Anna
Eva Fay and Other
IOeal Subject!..
Four Mexicans bavo been shot down
and killed hy a party of drunken rust
lerg at Seven Rivers, Lincoln county
the details of the bloody afluir reaching
this city yesterday, furnishing one of
tho most revolting chapters in tho his
tory of New Mexico bloodshed. The
particulars are simply horrifying, and
seem too heathenish to bo true. The
Mexicans were engaged by the ranch
men of the lower Pecos valley making
adobes and digging an acequia to irri
gate the unoccupied lauds of tho alley
b3low Seven Rivers. On the eventful
day of the slaughter a party of nine
Mexicans employed on the ditch had
started for Seven Rivers to purchase
provisions and supplies. Thu party was
composed of Juan Roival, of Puerto de
Luna, Rigino(iuiterras, of Los Ojiólos,
Saval and Encarnación Uuiterras, of
Los Colonias, Melquíades Flores, and
Sisto Guiterras, ot Los Ksteritas, Tiodo
ro Ulibtirri, of La Cuesta, ami Juan
Lernio, of Corpus Cbristi, Texas.
A GANG OF DKUNKEN KLSTLKIIS,
all Americans, and two of whom were
Billy Wilson and Tom Pickett, tarmer
meuibers of Billy, t tut Kids notorious
gang. Tho rustlers bad been hanging
around tbe littlu village ot Seven
Rivers for several days. and
had gotten away with u big
supply of ardent spin s. At the
timo of the attack on tho Mexicans the
rustlers wore drinking at (iritliili's sa
loon and nomo of them were very much
intoxicated. As the party of Mexicans
approached tho saloon they were es
pied by tho rustlers, homo oim pro
posed t have so mi fuu with the Mexi
cans. Everybody knows what rustlers'
fun means. The killers Hocked nut of
the house and opened a simultaneous
lire on tho nine unsuspecting Mexicans.
A perfect fusillade of shots blazed from
the treacherous torty-tives ol tho rust,
lers, and four men foil dead. Thu fol
lowing is a list of those killed outright
MELQUIADES FLORES, Los Es
ternas, leaves a faniiiv.
SIS 10 GUITERRAS, Los Esieritas.
a single man.
TIODORO ULIUAKKI, La Cuesta,
unmarried.
JUAN LERMO, of Corpus Christ i.
lexas, unknown to informant.
THE STAMPEDE.
The volley from tho rustlers caiuo so
suddeuly and was so unexpected that
the poor fellow of tho attacked party
were completely staggered. It took
but an instant to comprehend the situ
ation. Juan Roival, one of tho sum
vors, culled to his friends lo II y , and it
was only from a hard run that tha hve
men mudo their escape, leaving tho
dead and dying on the ground instas
thoy foil. .None of tho party wero
armed at the time and it is no wonder
that a stampede followed tho fusillade.
Roival and I'apia continued going until
they reached Puerto do Luna, nearly
two hundred nml tifty miles distant.
Roival was a member of Pat Garrett's
posse which captured thu Kid gang at
Stinking Springs early in 1881. Wilson
and Pickett wero among the captured
brought to this city for imprison
ment. They atterwards escaped, and
it was probably in retalia' ion that the
ma"sacre at Seven Rivers was enacted.
ESCAPE OK THE MUKUEKEKS.
Tho howling, blood-thirsty rustlers
seemed to glory in the slaughter of the
four natives, and took their time leav
ing Soven Rivers. When they linully
loft tliny hended toward tho south and
have ridden their horses into old Mex
ico long ere this. There they will no
doubt join other members of the once
powerful Kid killing combination, and
anew era of crime is uuqu stionably
dawning in that dolcotuulo section of
the univorso.
The dead wore buried in one lot at
La Cuesta. A posse of friends of the
murdered laborers went in hot pursuit
of the fleeing rustlers, but no reports
have yet boon received from the search.
PICKETT IT LAS VEGAS.
During tho winter of 1879-80 Tom
Pickett was chief of merchant police
on lbs west side, this citv, and was a
very much disliked man during his
career hero. On one or two occasions
a "job" was put up to kill him, but ho
apprehended the situation in time to
resign his position. Ho then became
an outlaw and soon after joined Billy
the Kid, then in rendezvous at Los Por
tales, east of Fort Sumner, this county.
After the capture of the Kid and his
strikers, Pickett was released on bail,
but f kipped his bond and. went back to
the wild life of tho plains. Pat Garrett
puta temporary quietus to tho opera
Hons ot the cane when he craciouslv
killed tbe Kid at Pete Maxwell's ranch
on July 10, 1881. It only remains for
him to go out on tho war path again
and do up Pickett and Wilson in the
lame manner.
PERSONAL.
Roc A. Savagcau is in Socorro.
Joseph Uoylo, of Watrous, is at the
Plaxa
Henry
Plaza.
James, Oshkosh, is at tho
Dr. G. P. Edwards, of San Mareiul,
is at the Depot hotel.
George A. Rowley, of St. Louis, came
to the meadow city last night.
J. M. Combs, the deputy sheriff at
Mora, returned home yesterday.
Major Henry Dold went down to Al
buquerque last night lo be gone ten
days.
G. M. Bailey, of Omaha, arrived in
the city last night. Mr. liaiiey is a con
tractor.
John MeCalla, an old timer of this
city, is visiting friends. He is now en
gaged in tho Magdalena mines.
J. M. Clapp and family, of Tidiute,
Pa., stopping at tho Plaza for somo
time, lclt for Los Angeles yesterday.
Hon. Trinidad Romero left for the
east by the New York express this
morning. Ho will make a lang trip,
and goes lo Washington before return
ing. Dion H. Butler, formerly editor of
the Du liois, Pennsylvania, Connor,
and a newspaper man from way back,
arrived in Las Vega yesterday and
ill remain for some time. He is
mashed on the climate.
Mr. P. Gould and family returned
from Los Angeles yesterday and will
remain permanently in this citv. Mr.
; Gould went to California for the osten
sible purpose of benefiting bis health,
which ha been impaired by oyere at
tack of asthma. He found relief in
Los Angeles and has returned to Las
Vegas to settle down permanently. I
MENTION OF A MEDIUM.
niia Eva Fay. the Spiritualist,
Interviewed by the Gazette.
"I always lake kindly to tho atmos
phere ot an editor's room," said Miss
Anna Eva Fay, us she curtsied a bow
in formal introduction to the Gazette
editor yesterday.
Except in lnnidad.
Yes, and yet I can't see why those
editors took it into their head to abuse
mo in such an extreme manner. We
paid our bills, left every one apparent
ly satisfied except possibly one of tbo
two committeemen on lie stage whose
etiquetteo I was comnulled to object to,
and felt considerably anuoyed when, in
response to a call for the better looking
one ot the two, was lefton the corner of
tho stage twirling his thumbs. Mr.
Jaffa wished mo to aplicaron tho fol
lowing evening for the bonclit of the
public library.
"Tho News man is usually a good
iudire of aire in the fair sex. We seo ho
sxvs vim are lift v."
"If 1 am. ho should respect one of
venerable years."
"How do you come to be a spiritual
ist. Miss Fay ?"
'Mv mother preceded mo in the faith
Sho used to scare us to death with
strange things when wo were children
I was seven years old -vhen sho died
and havo lived twenty-one years in tho
light of her departed spirit since. So
you know my age. In the agonies of
dissolution she culled me to her bed
side and said that in tho years to come
sho would attend me, and I have not
been disappointed. Her communica
tions with mo have been tho comfort of
my womanhood "
"Where is your home?"
"I was born in Louisville. Kentucky,
but 1 now have a residence in Park-
man, Ohio. Wo travel constantly in
tho winter.
"Have spiritualists any centralization
in tbo organizations or any regular con
ferences?''
"No, wo have no chapels. We are
usually too poor. Recently in talking
with Henry Ward Beecher 1 regretted
this fact. 'You will never have them.
Miss ray, he sunt, 'the tune is coming
and not distant when wo will all open
our church doors to your teachings.' "
"Herman and Heller expose you as
a fraud, attribute your exhibitions to
cunning and trickery. How is it they
aro ablu to perforin many things whieli
resemble vour soanccs?"
"I know both the magicians. They
aro wonderfully clever. I hey imitate
and possibly acquire some power
through a truo spirit influence, which
they aro not themselves cognizant of.
At any rate they say they 'must keep up
or be left.' lhu entertainments ot t'rot.
Herman are dependent upon his skill
and legerdemain. I merely profess to
present phenomena that are inuepenu
ont of mo call it what you pleaso, it is
not trickery. 1 believe in it. 1 shall
spend my life in its demonstration. If
it wero fraud. I could quadruple my in
como by appearing before the public in
exposition of tho tricks practiced.
Xou havo been abroad, have you
noti"
In London 1 had a peculiar expe
rience, flly manager came to me one
day and said tho civil authorities were
determined to prevent my seances upon
tho ground that I was obtaining money
under also pretenses; that unless 1
could prove that tho inexplicable per
formances wero mado independent of
me 1 should have to desist. At this
critical period the eminent philosopher,
Mr. Crooke, asked mo it I would make
my home at Ins house and submit to
experiments. I assented, and for three
months, with various mechanical and
electrical contrivances, tho tests were
continued. Mr, Tyndull was equally
interested with Mr. Crooko. as wero
other scientists. Their verdict, to
gether with detailed description of the
trials, were published in tho Scicnlihc
Quarterly, and fully set forth that it
had been undoubtedly proven that the
power was independent of me."
"W hat is your religious bohef .J '
"I can hardly answer that. I believe
in cause and effect freo agency, if I
put my linger n that stove il will be
burnt; likewise, if I disregard tho law
of God. whoso attributes I am not able
to detinc, the punishment will surely
follow."
"It is evident that your faith in spir-
tualism is so ereat as to exclude other
doctrines," said tho interviewer.
Miss 1' ay bailo tho editor ad:eu, and
the spirit had down.
McikIciiIiuU Mining.
Tho recent gold discoveries have been
the means of reviving considerable in
terest in tho mining industry and the
result may bo of incalculable benefit to
Las Vegas. Several mining corpora
tions to work tho mines have been or
ganized, and yesterday another com
pany was added to the list. The now
concern - is tho Mendeuball mining
company, composed of six business
men of Las Vegas. They aro to put up
f .iOO for a cash capital to begin work on
and development of tho Hallie claim at
tho Lynch ranch. -Tho company feels
that tbe showing of mineral on tbo
ledge which has been located is good
enough to spend money on. If more
such companies wero to bo organized
in Las Vvgas it might easily be deter
mined as to the exact richness of the
oro which abounds in the lodes west of
the city,
CITY ITEMS-
Good rigs and saddle- horses aro al
ways to bo had at P. J. Kennedy's
stables on Douglas avenue.
If you wa t lino whiskies call on
Martin Bro's, Bridgu street, 10J-U.
Oysteb fries, fit eating for a judge or
senator. Oyster stews in Now Xork
stylo, at Alolinelli'8.
The new instantaneous dry-plato
process is used at F. E. Evans' east
sido photo, callcrv. tf
Ij. Rohkiit's club rooms have got to
bo the most popular placo in town.
Everybody goes there to seo tho sights.
McConnIvM. at tbo Arcado s:iys man
has only one lifo to live, and ho ought
to drink only dioico drinks. Un knows
how to mix them. 200 tf
P. J. Kennedy, of tho Doughs avenuo
salo and feed stables, makes a specialty
ot lurnishinsf rigs lor country drives.
Convenient and central. THE ELKS
saloon is a favorito resort for gentle
men. Tho finest pichiró gallery in tho
west, good billiard and pool tables and
the finest brands ot liquors and cigars
in tho city, ltemcmber lllh ELKS,
Knilroad xvenuc. "-.) tf
Oysteb Billy still looking to tho in
tercsts of his patrons, has eniraired
Prof. Lewis Childs, late chef do cuisine
of the Palmer house, Chicaeo.
and is prepared to furnish meals suro
to pleaso Kingf, princess, and more
especially citiaor.s.
17.500
Choice cisars lust in at H. W. Wv
man' wholesale ciear store. Prices
unequalled in the territory.
McBRAYER
Is neknowledeed to bo tho fines
whisky in tho world. H. W. Wyman
has just received a full supply of this
celebrated brand. A word to tbe wiso
is sufficient.
Wby suffer with malaria? Emory's
Standard Cure Pills are infullible, Dover
ail to cure tho most obstinate cases
purely vegetable 23 cents. 208 eod&w
NEW MARBLE TOP SETS.
Cook Stoves and all kinds of
borne furnishing goods at bottom
prices, at Colgan s trading mart,
Bridge street. Jan lotf.
A MYSTIFIED MULTITUDE.
That Which Attended Miss Anna
Eva Fay's Seance at the
Leadville Zoo.
Believers in SplritualLsin lien
dcred Exuberant and Doubt
ing Thomases Sat
Down Upon.
From tbo Leuilvlllo Herald.
The audience which asssembled at
Foster's Zoo Inst Sunday evening was a
largo and brilliant one many of tbo
of the Iirst families of the city occupy-'
inir private boxes, while the auditorium J
was fairly sprinkled with ladies. The
cause of the extraordinary outporing of
tbe elite to tbe usually ostracised Zoo
was Miss Anna Eva Fay, the renowned
spiritualist, who had eugaged tho thes
ter as the only building in the city large
enough to accommodato tbe vast audi
ence sho expected, and in w bich expec
tation she was not disappointed All
objectionable features were removed
from the bouse. The bars were closed,
and
THE SYLPH-LIKE CREATURES
vulgarly known as "beer-jerkors,"
found their occupations gone and them
selves consigned to oblivion for tbe
time being. During the progress of the
seances nothing occurred to mar their
success. At times the proverbial pin
could be plainly heard, if it dropped,
and at no time wasboisterousness prev
alent. This agreeable condition of af
fairs was, in part, attributable to the
excellent precautions taken by the man
agement of the house for tbo preserva
tion of order, and in part attributable to
the well known deference a lady always
receives in much maligned Leadville.
When the curtain arose Mr. Braddon,
the fair spiritualist's lecturer, and him
self a medium of no mean order,
advanced to tho footlights and briefly
explained what he expected from Hie
audience if the audience expected to ob
tain tho worth of their money. Ho de
nned tbe diltercnt degrees of spiritual
ism, and said tliul while he would not
endeavor to convince tho audience that
what they wonld seo was tho w-o'k of
spirits, ho retained tho right lo express
his individual opinion that thoy were.
Miss Fay was then introduced. She
is a potito lady of pleasing face and
form, and moved with the caso and
grace of a queen.
Me-srs. Ma
teraudMooney were selected by the
audience as lit and proper persons to
represent Leadville's intelligence and
non-gullibility on tho stage.
THE AUDIENCE WONDERED,
and the skeptics became mystified and
none less so than when Mii-3 Fay sat
with a lady and gentleman in the full
llaro of tho footlights, nud repeated
nearly all of the manifestations which
she had previously evoked within tho
seclusion of the cabinet. She also com
municated with the spirits of severa! de
parted local notabilities in the light.
Tho largo audience dispersed pleased
as well as mystitied. Everything ad
vertised by the mediums was done a
feature which is decidedly new in the
spiritualist line.
loniirht the manifestations described
above will be repealed and many new
ones introduced.
SPKINGS SPECIALS.
Tbe bop at tbe Montezuma has been
postponed until Friday niubt.
Tbo Fort Union gentlemen returned
to the post yesterday.
XV. 11 Hammond, of Raton, arrived
at tbu hot springs yesterday.
Are there any nioro dudes to be edu
cated into western wavsP
The corning spring will see a building
revival at the famous resort.
Tbe Las Vegas hot springs company
will not build another hotei, at least for
a year. All it can do is to nil up tie
hotels now on baud.
WANTED.
Apply at tho
St. Nicholas hotel.
IT
WOIlTn OTP
WilL be
GOLDEN
ON
V
Figures Never Lie at
SIMON LEWIS' SONS.
C. H. SPORLEDER,
17 Center St.,
LAS VEGAS, N. M.
The Only Exclusive
BOO
AND
Store in the City.
Boots and Shoes
Made to Order.
Repairing Promptly
Done.
HEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
WARD & TAMME'S
OPERA HOUSE!
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
SUNDAY EVE., JAN. 13th.
RELIGIOUS
ILLUSTRATED LECTURE,
Appenrnnco of the Indescribable Phenom
enon, ANNA EVA FAY.
of London, Ewrhmil. assisted by Prof. C. C,
Hi addon anil I). II. H earns,
3PIRITUALISM!
BPIEITUALISM!
SPIRITUALISM!
Miss Kay Is tho only living medium who
litis the rndnrefinrnl nt inemuorsoi ine liojui
Scifutltto Society of England. Hha will give
her
Light Materalizing Seance !
Given bv hrr before tho Hoyal Scientific So
clety of Énglaml-Lord Hulean, Profess r
Croaks, Wulluce, Sergeant. Cox. and others.
Spirit Hands, Forms and Faces,
Spirit Carpenter, Etc-
Doors open at 7. Commences at !
Dealer In
Met & Wood Cols 4 Caskets.
Embalming aíspecialty.
All funerals under my charfro will havo the
very beat attention at reasonable prices. Em
balraintr satisl'artorily clone. Open nlfrht and
dHy. All or i (18 by telegraph promptly at.
tended to.
Nonlhenmt u rncror Heisnth Hi. Hurt
nuelH At.
LASVEGAS - NewMeileo
Slaughtered Eegardless
of Cost at the
i RULE
E HOUSE,
KAILKOAD AVK!
WHAT WE SAY !
MUST BE DONE!
As we will have to find
room for the immense
stock we. are receiving
from Albuquerque.
IF YOU DOUBT
That we can show
you extraordinary
bargains.
Come and see the plain
Figures on the goods.
iMionsriErr to ThOjisr
MA Modi ll Li IUIiJt ClR
OF JI3V MEXICO, Limited.
Carson & Watson, General Managers, Í5D St Vincent Street, Glasgow, Scotland.
GEO.' J. DINKEL GENERAL MANAGER IN THE UNITED STATES
Rooms 4 and 5, First National Bank Building, Plaza, Las .Vegas, N. M.
Money to Loan for a Term of Tears on First-Class
Apprdvetl Real Estate Security.
Members of the Advisory Board in the United States;
Jefferson Raynolds, Chas. Blanchard, Wm. A. Vincent,
President First National Bank, Wholesale and Retail Merchant, Attorney-at-Law,
LAS VEGAS, N. M. LAS VEGAS, N. M. LAS VEGAS, N. M.
CEO. J. DINKEL, General Manager. Las Vegas, New Mex.
O. HOUGHTON.
WHOLESALE
Hardware. Stoves,
FIRE ARMS, AMMTJTNTITIOlXr.
Superior au:.! Charter Oak Stoves, Buckeye Mowers and Reapers, An't nan and Miller "Vibra
tor." and "Sweepstakes" Threshers. Portable E fci .es.
Barb Fence Wife at Manufacturers' Piices, with Actual
A Car Load of Axe-handles, Pick-handies, a.i Handles of all Kinds l
iHamiiaettsr'ers oi' all kinds oí tin, eprr mul sheet Ironware.
STORE Jih S i' XjAS "V3EO.V)3
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SOUTH HKITISH & NATIONAL
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Office. Sixth
JAS. A. LOCKHAHT.
W. F.
LOCKHART& CO.,
Wholesale and
FURNITURE,
House Furnishing Goods,
Carpets, Oil Cloths.
And Mattings.
HARDWARE, SHOT GUNS, RIFLES,
Pistols mid Sportins Goods, Ranges,
Cook Stoves Grates and
Heating: Stoves.
n ra, mm
DOORS AUD BLIMDS.
jL'iil Ordmx Trorrmtly A-ttendefl to.
SHUPP& CO
Huccosiiurto W. H. Siuipp
MANUFACTURERS OK
AND DEALER IN
Iron, English Cast Steel, Plow Steel, Pipe
Boxee, Thimble Skeins, Iron Axles,
Springs, Chains, Vulcan An
vils, 20 lbs. and upward,
blacksmiths'
Tools,
Oak, Ah md Hickory Plank, l'oplnr Lumber,
Spokes, Felloes, Patent Wheels, Oak and Aeli
Tnnrnea. Counllnar Polea. Ilnba. Orrlaire.
Wagon and Plow Woodwork and Carriage
rorgiuga . Keep on nana a rail stoojc oi
Carriages, Wagons, Buckboards.
Bend In Your orden, and have yocr rohicl i
made at noma, and keep tba money In the Ter
ritory. Aleo Avont for A. A. Coooer'1 Celebrated
Bteol Skein Waeoni.
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COOHS.
HEHEY Cr COOBB.
Retail Dealer in
LEON BROS
Tbo Wholesale in elnil
-AND-
BAKERS I
OF XAa VEGAS
Hnve always on band the larrc' .ock ufflne
and ataplo
CROCERIES
Found In Las Vegas. Our
Dcpartmeut Is tho boat In tho Territory an.'
cannot be excelled In too coat.
Country Merchants,
Weddings and Parties
SUPPLIED AT SHOUT MOT1CK.
freiflit to las Vegas
THAT'
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Vegas, N. M.
C. LL' 0UEt,
President. Superintendent.
JOHN IIKBS. General Mnnaircr.
INCOHPORATED AUGUST 1, 18t3.
GATE CITY
Coal
ining
COMPANY.
Coal Delivered at the Cars
in Raton for ' ;
$2.00 perTon.
This Coal is unexcelled
by any Bituminous Coal
in the United States.
Address all Communica
tions to
v 'WJ 1 -JU1 LJJt23
General IV-anager.
Agents wanted in every itown in
the Territory.
nil. .1 , JL JE W $
FllIVATB D1SPBKSAUY,
20S4 Kearney Street, Pan Francisco, California
THE EXPERT SPECIALIST.
DK. ALLEN ISA BEGtTLAh GRADUATED
Physician from the University of Michi
gan. He has devoted a liretlme to the study of
Special diseases. TOl.VO HIES
And Mlddlo-aged Men, who aro sulferina- from
the effects of youlhful Indisoretloiisoraxccsses
In maturor years. Nervous and Physical De
bility, Lost Manhood, etc., remember that bl
a combination of remedies of gieat eurative
power he Doctor has so amused his treat.
mem that it will not only afford immediate
relief, but permanent cure. ,
My Hospital Experience
(Havlnfr been snnreon In chanre of two leading
hospitals) enables mo to treat all nrivatS
troubles with excellent results. I clBim to ho
a skillful Physician and Surgeon, thoroughly
Informed In my specialty " '
DbesMisfHu,
All will receive my honest opinion of their
mat end strloily private. Charios reasonable!
Call or address DR. AI.1.E
I4 Kearney St, Ban Francisco, Cal. Offlea
houra-Btnadnilv. tn a 'L.,yc
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