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THE LAS VEGAS GAZETTE TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 4, 1886.
AT THE CAPITAL The Result oí an Uneventful Day's Work. Ths Indian and Fosaoffice Approprla tlon Bills Discussed-A Seward to be Ottered for (Jerommo's Scalp-Bto.. Etc lEKATlS. THE POSTOFFICE APPROPRIATION BILL, Washington, May 8. After tbe transaction of uuituporlam business tbe senate took up the posloíEce appropria tiou bill, and Mr. Vest proceeded to apeale. Un tbe amend lueul appropri alibg fáJ.UUO (or tbe transportation ol foreign mails be maiuUineii tbnt its provision would piove destructive to American merchantmen, it was now proposed lo chango tbe existing sua uIhs wbicb peroiiii) competitmu, and substitutes iu lis place n declaraiiuu that none but American steamships shall carry mail.. Today, he said, we iiave but two routes upon which, there re mote than two lines of steamships, one from San Francisca to tbe east auu from New York to Havana, No com petition could come except on tbese two lines. He cited statistics showing that in recent years we have paid four times as much to American steamships as to those tf other countries for tbe transportation of for eign mailsyet our merchant marine and our navy HAD STEADILY DWINDLED AWAY. Since 1886 congress bad appropriated $385,000,000 for the support of the navy and today we have a lot of old wooden hulks that would not last one-half hour before one single armed vessel of a second class naval power. Chili had two ships, built in England, which could reduce lo a to . tal wreck every seaport in the United States without any trouble. Italy could send one vessel that could bombard our cities and destroy our navy and it would only be amusement for the Italians. Mr. Mcfherson said England todav subsized a mail line to South America to tbe extent of $4.ri0,000 He asked Mr. Vest how he would get trade of South America against such odds. Mr. Vest said.be would repeal our in famous navigation laws. No other civ ilized nation had such laws. He would also REFORM TIIE TARIFF and place it on a revenue basis so es not to handicap one mm for the advan tage of another. He believed in an honest mail service hut this amendment violated sound principle. So wedded are Republicans to a protection tariff that they were unwilling to break even one link In tbe chain of protection; but they were comoulled to acknowledge that after a long season of protection, achanga was found to be in dispensable Mr. Vest read a printed notice from a o called "workingman" whose rrtme was not printed. The nllcgud workiug auan, among other things mtid that all congressmen favoring; low tariff wer Dot friends of the workingman. Mr. Vest said ho would forfeit his salary in the senate if the ulleged"woi'Kingiuan" did not turn out to be a man who word A THREE STORY SILK HAT. diamond studs and Franch kid boots, no doubt, too thafworkingnian" boarded at the Fifth avenue hotel and his board was paid by manufacturers and steamship builders of this country who wanted the high prntti'live I ant consumed, Mr. Kmtis wished Mr. Vest bad ex plained bis idüa of a "subsidy." He did not think Mr. Vest's position on the bill a considered one. He did not see how Mr. Vest could reooncile bis opposition to tbe subsidy, witb his introduction of a bill to guar- antee tbe payment of $37,500.000 to build Fid.-.' ship railway on foreign soil. Mr. Kusti.-i inquired whether tbe United States were io re main in the future as in the past. Able speeches on tbe sulijuet of FREE SHIPS ANO r'Kk'F. TKA DP. were all right, but our commerce with :South and Central Annrica was sta tionary.' Must we be content to see ail 'Other nations ot the earth supplying markets of those countries while we Jistened to spoeohes? II said that rea the Italian nation,- born but yesterday, had clostr and better commercial relations with the n'Ations south ot the United States. The qu'0ton of our shioping and foreign trau'3 relations was one different from that .'' Iw-'al niamifuctui'jrs. Shipping represented to oilier portions of the earth tb'o power mid prestige of a na tion. O-'r people boltcved, hu said, that the ti'ude oi the countries of this continent BFXONGED TO I'S and could be had with littlo effort. It was no political question. Mr. Beck said be desired to explain the incident referred to by Mr. Hale on Friday, relating to lifiy-two bags of American mail for Rio tie Janeiro, said to have been dumped on tbe dock at Pernambuco. Mr. lieck said he had been told by a well informed officer of tbe postoflice department, that the mail referred to was not sent by any ocean "tramp," as bad been alleged, but by a ship of the Hed Cross line of mail steamers, ' which made regular trips from New York to Pernambuco, and which bad been regularly employed by the United States postoilioe depart ment for the past ten years. Mails for Kio de Janerio bad been sent regularly by that line to Pernambuco, there to connect witb the Brazilian mail steamer for their destination. The debate then closed for the day, and the senate went into executive session, after which it adjourned. FOR AN nON EST B ALLOT BOX . Senator Hoar from the committee on priveleees and elections today reported favorably tbe bill creating a commis sion, to be appointed by ha president, to select a design for a ballot box and counting device which shall bo used in all congressional elections. , HOUSE. THE INDIAN APPROPRIATION BILL. Washington, May 8. Mr. Well borne, of Texas, submitted a confuten :e .report on tbe Indian appropriation bill, and it was adopted by A $35,000 REWARD FOR GERONIMO. Delegate Bean, of Arizona, intro- duoed a bill authorizing tbe president io offer arewxrd of $25,000 for the kill ing or capture of Gerónimo. AFTER THE LAND O RANTS. Mr. Anderson, of Kansas, moved to suspend the rules and pass-tbe bill pro viding for the adjustment of the land grant made by the United States to aid in the constructtoa of railroads in Kan. sas and for forfeiture of unearned lands, wuicn was agreed to. CUTTING DOWN EXPENSES. Mr. Morrison today introduced in tbe bouse a bill prepared by the treasury department, designed to give effect to me act cutting on the commissions of tbe iuternal revenue collectors in taxes collected'on distilled spirits, which act tbe supreme court recently held did not sccomptisn the purpose intended. A FRIEND OF SILVER. Mr. Breckenridge, of Arkansas, today introduced a resolution in the bouse lo give silver certificates full legal tender cuaracter, ana providing for the issuing um miuBies oi inn uenouituauonsof one, mu anu uye uonars. Aa Aall-taarka Declslea. Sam Francisco, May 3. United States District Judge Sabin today quashed the indictments recently found against, Charles E. Beach, et al.. chars-. ing them with subornation of perjury in connection with extensive timber land locations in Humboldt oountv. on tbe ground that the indictments had Deen lotiud on illegal testimony. The lauds iu question are very valuable. Teas ef Hard Meaty. Washington, May 3. The issue of standard silver dollars from the mint during tbe week ending May 1st, was $381,990. The issue for the correspond ing period last rear was 183.999. Tha shipments ot fractional silyer coin dur ing the month of April amounted to Confirmation. Washington, May 3. W. L. Caoel, to be marshal of the northern district of Texas. Jos. J. York, of Texas, to be collector of tbe port at Brazos de Santi ago, Texas. Jos. Magoffin, of El Paso, Texas, to be collector of the port at Paso del Norte, Texas. Tha Indaatrioaa Apachee, Washington. D. C. Mav 3 The adjutant general has received the fol lowing despasch from General Miles. dated Benson, Arizona, April 29: "Con. firmed reports from Calabassas and Nogales state that three persons were rwimu auuui ieu mues norm oí me une. Vni'V MaHmia rlun.aHahnn. In.. knn " .... ....... . . un u.iuur. naig UUCU ttotlllllit.tiot amit.h nt tha kuinrfa.n in Sor ora. Many persons have been killed auu oiuers uriven out, anu are coming up on the Sonora railroad to Arizona territory. Both Mexican and United states troops have been actively pursu ing. One Mexican and one white man have been taken by Indians and have benirkilled. As fast as possible troops are being placed where they will be likely to intercept hostiles should they attempt to move north. Tbe balance will keep close to Gerónimo, s camp if possible, wherever they may go." TheGazette Job Office la prepared to turn out Every Glass of Work! Promptly ! McQUAID & LAMARR, Contractors and Builders, ESTIMATE 4 (J IV E.N ON PLANS. POnMITCRB "UrilOLSTTRED 1SD rUrAIHID. Al SO ORNEKAL JOBIINU. All wort neatly done aud satisfaction gnar-aiiti-cd. . all audsee us. Shop 4I.VÍ Oram! Avenue Bast Las Vegas, PARK HOUSE Southeast corner of park, LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS, N. M. MRS. M, ADAMS, Proprietress. nates 12.00 per day, SB. 00 and SI0.00 per weal M. . KELLY, (Owner of the MK brand of cattle) RANCH AND CATTLE BROKER. Of KICK: Bridge Street, Opposite Postofflce. Burveylngbylobh Campbell.the well-known Surveyor. JP. 33. EVA MS, NEW PHOTO GAILERY ART and CURIOSITY STORE. Vlewt of, Lai Vegas and vicinity. Frames made to order. -Indian Pottery and Blanket and other Native Curiosities. ' 350 Railroad Ave., Opera House Block. LAS VEGAS, - NEW MEXICO. S, PATTY, Manufacture and dealer In Tin, Cooper, Sheetlron Ware Eave-Trotwhs. Tin Roofing, Camp ttovei sad minon' outfits. LA9 VEQAS, NEW MEXICO. JACOB GEOS8. A. M. BLACKWELL, HARHY W. KEUT GROSS , BLACKWELL & CO Wholesale General Merchandise ! Ranch Outfitting a Specialty. WOOL, HIDES, PELTS, LAS VEQAS, UNDER NEW The only Brick Hotel in Las Vegas. First class in all its appointments. Clean airr rooms- Elegant Furniture. A No. 1 Table, and everything possible o one ior the comfort of Quests. Headquarters for stockmen and Commercial men. Rates $2.50 ana $3 00 per day. Special Ratea to Parties re maining a week or more. LAS VEGAS, HENDENHALL, Livery, Feed and Sale Stables But and sell Horses, Mules, Ponies. Buggies, Waronr Harness. Saddles, Etc. CERRILLOS HARD AND SOFT COAL For Bale. EAST AND WEST LAS VEQAS. NEW MEXICO LAS VEGAS BREWERY A N D 1,-A.S VEGAS, MEXICO. Our beer is brewed from tho choicest malt and hoos and warranted to dve entire satisfaction. Our 4 JOTTLED O Is secc id to none in th& market. LAS VEGAS. - NEW MEXICO O. A. ROTHGEB. Proprietor. THE AGUA IWATSB WORKS) SuoDlles Water from a Pure and Clear Mountain Stream, the Rio Qallin&s." taken seven miles aheap tha r.itv und conduotad bv Gravity System. For rates, etc.. OFFICE LAS VEGAS, FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE ADIN H. WHITMORE, AGENT, LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO. THE HL..A-S VEGAS COKE CO. M. 8. HART, SUPERINTENDENT. LAS VEO AS. NEW MEXICO. HYER FRIEDMAN & BRO Wool Dealers and Wholesale Grocers, LAS VEGAS. ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL. First Class in all its Appointments. MRS. M. A. HORNBAROER, Proprietress. Comer of Sixth Street FRANK T. ROBINSON, A practical outter with thirteen years experience, representing Peters & Trout's Palace of Fashion LANCASTER. OHIO. Astonishing Prices! Suite, $20 Upwards! Satisfaction Guaranteed. Can be found every morning at Plaia Hotel. Afternoon, on Katt Side. Rooms 3?ltkza Hotel, -West 'Side,' 'Las' Veigás Street Railroad Co. Can ma reeularlv from Old to New Town every thirteen minutes, and from '" Twentr-aye" tiokeUon be procured tor 1 at the Company'! effloe, Twelfth street. yEOASi NEW hexkjq. Dealers In DEW MEXICO. MANAGEMENT, NEW MEXICO HUNTER & CO. PURA CO. apply to BOTTLING ASSOCIATION : Comer Bridge and Twelfth Streets. NEW MEXICO 8. W. LFE, Superintendent. NEW MEXICO. and Douglas Avenue LEGAL NOTICE. Tkrmtoiiy or Nw Mixteo, I County of Sau M Ia-uel . ( s ID the Dlltrfrt rtiirt at Ran al i.n.l rmnt. In the matter of the petitioa of William B Tipton for a eonamipalun to takA th tlon of Epifanlu Mill, In perpeluatiun of aaine r w ue usea in me oauae herwlu TTiinam nroeuie ana oineri are plalatlllj, ami Martha J. Tiuton and uihrn am it.t. n.i aatt, numbered ."-'12, and u.iw pending In the Dietriel Cuurl of the FiraC Judicial 1)1. trlot In Sun Miguel Countv, In the Territory ToColumbua Moiae, Lou Smzbacher, Wil liam Kroenlz. Joscuh II. Hiimm. I II Ka. Icr, attorney for Hotalle V. Kennon and her huaband, lxiula Kennon, Henry tí. Urent. Francia f. Rrent. Sarah li riM.ii.k iiUv.nii.. r. i'v."""" "uineriaou, Uulilel W. Braiil, i"? 'n iie iiualen. rrank lluatc-u Waahlbatun Bmwn. Murw Itmvn wiuui...ii. Smith, Jainea Mmith, Mary Hcltler, William Beltler. Jamea Krown. Wvaii Hn.wn a i..Piu. Ullderaleeve, and the unknown heiri of Joae v. ii-juro inijiiio. oereaaeii, auil their asalgna and all etnera whom it doth nr m.v nmnom or who may have or claim to have any Intereai " " ""Miera in inigaiion in me aaiu above mentioned aultof Wlliiaiu Knuniu a,..i .hu aaiuBt marina o. tipiou, iireetlliK: inia i io give you anu each of you notice, that upon the application of William . Tipton, duly made before the Hun t:il. v i ., Chief Jnatlee of the Suuremettmirt i ilia i . rri! tory of New Mevlco, and Judge of the Kiral Jndlcial Ulitrlct Court tbeteof, an order of aald Court waa dulv entered and m.lu l.v ti.A u...i Chief Justice, that R conimiaaioD be laaurd te me i ion oi aaia first juuicial Dialrlit, in an cordance with the nrarar of the aui.im.nii... tlen of tha aaid William II. Tipton, to take the iirinniuuui ui apuauio vigil and Kelael Vigil In perpetuation ef the aame tn la no. I in il... aald causa of Wil lam KroenU et al. against i... Aiifkuu ai.,auu inai piirauant lo imiiu., .uncu m uiaue ano provided. I ahall proceed, on the llrai Monduv in June, 18K6, the aame Del nit the 7th dav i.f ikui between the hours of o'clock a. in. and tl o moca p. m. oi aaia aay, and ir noeesaarv be tween the aame houra of the day following-, until the aame be ceinoleted. at mv niHn. it. the court houae in the to wo of Laa Vegas, la .un bvuuij ui jniiruei, j errnory oi ftew iv wtn lúe uepoailioiia OI HpilunlO VíkII, a realdent of theeitv of Manta If i i of .-anta Fe, Territory of New Mexico, and naiaei vigp, a resiaeut or tile town of Pecos, In the County of üiui Miguel. Territory of New Mexico, In perpetual remembrance of what ihey may know and can aay touching the mak ing and execution of a certian dno.n mrtnt and instrument of writing purporting to have been executed and mule by one Uregono Trujlllo as ia laat will and lMlim.nl in tl.A ...... lju deviainghla Interest in a certain tm. t of land anown aa i.a junta-or'-ooiiy Land U ram, ' aituated in the Counties of Mora and San Miguel. In said Termor of New Merirui tn one Donaclano Tlgll, and t jucamg any other matter or thing said witnesses may kauw cun oeralng the titles io said lent), an that I shall continué tbe taking of the depositions of said witnesses, if need be, from day to day, at the same plaoe and between the samn hours, uutll tbe same Is completed, at which time and plaoe voa and each of roti mav attend and cross-examine the said wltueaaea, If you please. Witness my baud this 17th day of April, A. It., I88e. ' R .fllllMITnM Clerk or the First Judicial Uiatiictof the T'ér- riiory oi new M ex lea. Jas. H. Pi'HDY, Brsiurn Vircint, bollcltoia for William B. Tipton. LEGAL NOTICE. TaHHlTOEY or Naw Mkxico, I County of Man Miguel. ( In the Probate Court of Han MIvhpI Pnmiv To Columbus Molse, Louis 8uM.U' lier. and the nnanown neirs or Jose uregorlo Trujlllo aud their aasigus and all oibem whom It may concern. Take notace that 1 will on Mondar, the ?th day of June, A. 1. , ItHitt, at lo e'clock in the forenoon of that day move the 1'robato Court of San Miguel County, in tho Territory of New Mexico, before the Mon. Severn llaea, Judge of said Couit, thai the will of Jose Grearono Trujll n, now on Die In said court, be approved and admitted to probate in accordance with the application died with tn, said will, when and wnere you can be heard, if anytliiugyou have to say to the oontrary. WILLIAM a TIPTON , l as Vegas, New Mex co, April 17, lead. J. H. Pbhdy, UmtEDIN & VlNCINT. Solicitora. ASSISAEFS NOTICE. NOTICE IS HKBBBY GIVEN THAT BY their deed of asala-nment for the benefit of creditors, M. Romero ft (Jo., Margarito Ho mero ana a. jesús Marques nave conveyed and trausferred to the underslvned all their real and personal property, with full authority to collect their assets and pay their Habil ites wnutne proceeds mereor. All persons knowing themselves to be Indebted to said una or Individuals are uotltled to make settle ment with tbe underslvned: and all creditors uf either are requested to present Ibelr claims to tue unaeratgneu witnuut aeiay. MAflUKLj null,, Aaaignee. Las Vanas N. at., January o. 1MB. ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that by their deed of aaalgnmeut for the bt uctlt of creditors Triuldad Boniero, Biolher and Hon, T. Homero St Son, Trinidad Romero, Eugenio Homero nud Morapio Bomero, have conveyed anil trans ferred to the undersigned all their real and personal property, with full aulborlty to col lect their assets and pay their liabilitlea with the proceeds thereof. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to ellherof saldtlrmaor Individuals, are notllled to make settlement with tbe undersigned, and ail creditors ol either are requested to present their claims to the undersigued without delay, tf M. Hhumhwiok, Assignee, A. C. SCHMIDT, Manufacturer of Wagons end Carriages And dealer la HEAVY HARDWARE. Kvery kind of wagon matorlal on hand Horse shoeing and repairing a specialty, Urand Avenue aud Seventh Street, kast I.ai Vee-aa. W. T. SalTIRTOR. WALLACE I1I88ILDIN, COHTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Estimates given on all kinds of work. t'lldan Street between Ballroad and Grand Aveone. LA8 VEGAS. (East Side) N. M. FRANK LE DUC, Ftaclical Tailor and Cutter. A Choice Selection oi Suitings, Coat ings and FitnUlooningg. Always Guarantee Satisfaction. Went Bridgo Street. Laa Vegat. New Mexico. PARLOR BARBER SHOP. O. L. GREGORY, Proprietor. Center Street, 'East Lag Vegas. Gazette Job Office Can tarsi werkajaleter, la Belter style and al lawer prices than aay ether sílice ia the City el Laa Vag aa. THE NECESSITY FOR TUE SPECIALISTS. DR. WAGNER & GO. We offer no apology for devoting so muoh ... ........ mu iu ,uia luuun-uegieciea class of diseases, believing that no oondl- v. ...iiinini, ,m ,uu wren-ueu in mens the sympathy and beat eervloes of the pro fession to which we belong, aa many are innocent sufferers, and that tha physician who di'votes hlmsnir to relieving "v uiiu.cu auu nariua; lacia i roin worae thau death, Is no lees a philanthropist and a bene- .....i iu ui. r.m iu.u idv aurareon or paisl' claa arhit liv ..l.u u....i.....i .T -V "K," '-". carol, iu aut other branch of his profession. And. fortu uately for htimaulty, the day is dawning when the talso phllauihmpy that condemned the .. ...... .,..., , VI.U.U, nú rue lepers un der the Jewish law, tu die unoared tar, ha Who may be suffering from the effects of youthlul follies or Indiscretions will do well to avail themselves of this, the a rea teat boon ever laid at the altar of suffering humanity. las Wamiua sawill ...... .. a x .. " aaaaaa, sg uoisuKirj u luneu votaj ior every cne of semina! wuHkuew vr p rival dt8f8ttof any ktud hhü cbaraelw wiucli f ,.,- a ur.m.D av aim in'IB IU UUil, MIDDLE-AGED MEN There are manv at the a.. ..r at, tn a.i hn Hre troubled with too frvquent evacuauons ot the bladder, often accompanied by a alight smarting or burning sensation, and a weaken lug of t he system 1 n a manner the patient oan not account for. On examinin it-m .... deposits a ropy sediment will iilten be foun and sometimes email particles of albunnu will appear, or the color will bo or a thin, mil It 1Kb. hue, again changing to a dark sod torpid appearance. There are many men wb. die of this ilimculty. Ignorant of the cause, which Is the second stage of seminal weak ness. Dr . W. vill guarantee a perfeot cure n all caaes, and a healthy restoration of IB genltu-urinary organs. (omultutlon free. Thorough examinarle n and advloe (6. 8ee the Doctor's additional advertisement In the Denver Daily Mews and Tribune-He-publioan All oommunlostlons should be addressed DR. WAGNEK & CO. 338 Laiimor 8treet. Address Box 8783, Den. ver, voio. Hut this out and aka along. lOlO Main St., Kansas Olty, Mo. Treats all Nervous and Chroulc Diseases. YOUNO Mill Buffering with Weakness, Nervous Debility, Loss of Memory, Despondency, Aversion to Society. KtdtiAv Tpihl., n. At. . the lientto-l rinary Organs, can here Had a oat v uiu Bmuj uure. MIDDLK-AttED MEN. There are manv troubled with loo frnnnent viii:iiatlons of the bladder, often accompan ied by a slight smarting or burning sensa tion, and weakening of the system in a man ner the patient can not account for. On exam ining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often be found, and sometimes small pai neles (if albumen will anoear. or the rnlnp hm ot a thin, mllklsh hue, again ohanglng to a ..i vi luipiu appearance, inere are many men who die of this dlthcultv. Iirnnrant of th cause. The doctor will guarantee a perfect cure in all such oases, and a healthy restora- viuu ui lúe euii.o-urinarv orgaus. PROFESSIONAL. J T. BOSTWICK, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Sixth Street, opposite Post OMoe, LAS VEGAS, . NEW UBXtCJ. D. W. VEF.DER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. O ffloe In Elbiberg Blook, LA9VBQA3, - MEW MKIICO. Ol)IS SULZBACHER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: National St., opposite Court Bouse, LAS VEUAS, - - NEW MEXICO, J. D. o'Hrtam, vy. L. Píenos, Q'BRVAN A PIERCE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Offlcc in Sena Building, Over San Miguel Bank. LAS VEQAS. - . NEW UEXIUU. IEMMKTrj J. ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR, Office, Stern's Block, Bridge St., LAS VEGAS, - - ' NEW IIEirtO. H. a w. a, kooulkh, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Natarg- Public. Oftioaoa Bridge street, two doors wait of rusiomoe. LAS VKUA8, NEW MBXiUO Win. Breeden, W. A. Vincent. jJKl:i:lKH Sc VINCENT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Practice In all the court a In the Territory. Wm. M.Bloau iimiiaK-er of the oollevllon de partment rim Hatlonal llank Block, . LAS VEGA9 NEW MEXICO. J H. PETTIJOHN, Hi. It., CONSULTING PHYSICIAN, Answers letteis of Inquiry fiom Invalids. 1'. O. Box :), LAS VKQAS HOT 8PK1NGS, NEW Hf.XICO. H. DUDLEY, M. D. Office: Sixth St. near Douglas Aya. Hesldonae: Main Street, between Sevantk and Eighth. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. jji II. SK1PWITH, M. O. umcein Hlhlberg Block. Offlce hours, from 11 to a p. m. LAS VEUAS, NEW MKXICO. s O. WOOD, ARCHITECT AND ENCINEER, Plana and apeulüoatlous made for all kinds of oonstruotlun. Also surveys, maps and plata. LAS VEQAS, -tilth Street) NEW MEXICO. JIV. r.H. WILSON, DENTIST Office and residence Glven's Block, west of PostoHoe. LAS VK8A8. NEW MEXICO. JjR. F. E. OftLEY. RESIDENT DENTIST, OCULIST AND AURI8T, LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO. Ilia StTFRaua ootraT or Niw Mxxmo. I Eluha V. Lown, ( hlef Justice. V Santa Fa. New Mexico, Jan. M. '8. ) The bearer of this is Dr. Olney, of Waraaw, Indiana. 1 have known him for tha past fif teen years. He is atnaa of strict integrity, honorable In business, of fine social and bus incsi qualities, worthy tbe confidence) of any community. He was regarded aa one of tha moat accomplished dentiats In Northern Indl ana. lie has given special study aud eu kiyed good opportunities aa an oooullst aud aurlst. 1 take great pleasure la reoo tame lid lug him aa In all respects reliable. Ucaprctlully, Klibba V. Logo, Chief Just los of N, M. UK