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Las Vegas Free Press
Monday, April 25, 1892.
E. L. BRINEGAK.
C. B. NOHCKOS3.
This ia the day that every girl who
considers her own wardrobo anything
lays in a supply of pretty garters.
The French garters are of the dark
shades of silk, lighted up with a
pretty silver or gold buckle.
Garters aro now made of all the
beautiful shades of silk.
An nnusuallv dainlv pair is
violet shirred silk, with a purple
cnambled fleur-de-lis mounted in
Bilver as a clasp.
Thoso of embroidered silk, with
dainty bows upon them, aro very
You have often heard of tho bride's
favorite garter, haven't you,- which
she gives to each of her brido-maids
before she has been married a year,
just for luck? I saw a pretty pair the
other day. They were in pale yellow
(they are always this color I don't
know why), and h wwoli.l sold clasps,
wilh pretty yellow silk bows, which
wiru quite large. Those aro often
ki pt as keepsakes, and often worn
by the bridi-inaid when she becomes
a bride herself .Young Ladies' Ba
zar. Tee Most ccstly Fun.
No, sealskin is not tho most costly
fur, nor nearly so. A skin of a sea
otter, so small that yon might carry
it away in your hat, is worth f 250 if
it is a good specimen. One very
seldom sees this beautiful fur, which
is of tho deepest black, studded with
silver hairs, as Russians, who have a
great admiration for it, absorb all the
best specimens. Tho sea otter is
caught scarcely anywhere except on
tho coast of Alaska, and only S few
thousand of them are killed every
year ,The Philadelphia Times.
Tho following corporations have
filed articles with the territorial sec
retary: Stein's Pass Mining & Reduction
company Incorporators, R P Wake
man, of Southport, Coun.; Frank K
Wyman and Ohas J Kimball, both
of Deming, N. M. Capital stock,
$500,000. Principal office at Dom
ing. Tho Sunset Mining company In
corporators, F F Myles, D C Mel-
len, Geo. II. Dunbar, C S Allen, W
L Saxon, and others. Capital stock,
$500,000. Principal office at New
Orleans. Organized to work tho Ann
Arbor mine, Socorro county.
.Tie Cook's Mining company.
W C Iladlev T G
Condon. W J Su'iieo and others: cer
tificate filed increasing tho capital
stock from $1,000,000, to $2,000,000,
and removing principal office to Had
ley, Grant county.
The Tarasco company Incorpor
ators, E S Bedin and Geo R White,
of Fort Worth, Tex.; EM Taylor,
Albuquerque: capital stock, $3,000,
000. Offices at Fort Worth and Al
Oreranizod to handle
Tho Colina Improvement com
pany Capital stock, $500,000. In
cornorators same as above.
Tho Colina Lumber company-
Capital stock, $500,000. Incorpora
dors same as above.
Tho San Vicente Cattle company
Incorporators. Alex Gunn, New
Vm-Im An mis Campbell and Thos
T.vons. Silver City. Capital stock,
nn.onO: nrincioal office at Silver
- i i i
The Demintr Club Incorporators
G Wormser, F M Smith, J P Brown
and others. Capital stock, $3,000;
principal placo of business, Deming
Gardeners and orchardiata aro all
busy. Experts in the fruit line say
that thus far the fruit trees, oven tho
aniioots. nromiso a large crop
The county commissioners have
required a now bond from County
Treasurer GavinoOrtu in the sum of
$50,000, and ho is now engaged in
getting it up. New Mexican.
t w itrndw nut his teams to
v , ... . j
oh tho Ortiz siding Monday
morninu. Tho contract for this sid
ing o nnn feet in length, was let to T
V Moore, who. wo understand, in
likely to tako tho contract of build-
" i r. i . rni.
in the roads to the coal neiua. i no
latter work promises to begin by the
middle ot May. Rustler.
Tb.9 Feze Pbess la only 15 canta
Tho Las Vegas Brick ill Building Co.
BU1LDKRS AMI) CONTRACTORS.
Estlmntoa furnished fnr nil kinds of builillng.
Bhop on GRAND AVE,.
Opp. San Miguel National linnk.
G. A. KRANICH,
Finks, k & fa
Also mnnufnoturorg of fine Copper and
Shoot Iron Waro.
On Short Notice Rates reasonnblo.
Douglas Ave., bet. 6th and 7th
Onlv 15 cents por week takes it,
or rather, yon can take it for 15
coats por week.
Una luat ropolv.-il her Snrlnif floortfl. OOllslst-
Iniror ft solcot assortment of Huts, Klowom,
ni ll hn Intnal nncnltlnl In t llO
J. rilllllliiiK uiiu uii tiiu iitt.'ov w.-'"'-' " ,
Millinery lino, and Bho wishes tho ladles to call
All kinds of watch repairing done
on short notice. Ilavo also procured
tho services of a good watch maker.
All work warranted for one year
BRIDGE STREET, Las Vogas,
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IIT NEW MEISXCO
OHlco In rear
Kansas Citv Journal.
A Progressiva Daily Republican
LSI IOITORUL. OONniTI TSlOBfH R
VIC LOOAL NSWS MOM TM1 BNTIAS WIST.
HUIILI HB0-.T. OOD ILLUSTRA
TIONS. srioiAL tu"H3.
TALINTID WRITIRS. fto.
Make the Journal acceptablo to all classes.
DUt essentially a romtiy tvnvspnper.
A tViM pnmSnil PrniH.ntifll Camniiirn
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n-iaAff is Ha I Vim hnttot Mpr rnntitfrl.
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every KCDUDiican saouia Become a suo
J, A. CARRUTH'S
East Las Vegas.
,0NG & FORT,
Attorneys' at Law
East Las Vegas, New Mexico.
CONNELL & KOBLITZ,
Gas and Steam Fllttnir. All work guaranteed
Bridgo Street, opposite Patty's.
THE LAS VEGAS BAKERY.
SOUTH SIDE I'LAZA.
nroad. Cakes and Pies. Orders delivered lu
THE OLD RELIABLE
OF LAS VEGAS.
M. S. Hart an
Myer Friedman ;& Bro.
and Wholesale Grocers.
Leavo orders with
Cliallin & Duncan.
Notice roa Puelicatioit:
IIoMr.sTKAU No. a:8.
LAND OPFICK AT SANTA FB, N. M .,
April 21, 18!I2.
Not leo Is liorehy plvcn that tho fnllowlnir
nnmcil settler bits tiled notlec of lior tntentliin
to ninko llnnl priM'il In stipport of ber clnltn, Htlil
thitt snld proof will Im imido lielorn I'rolmlo
Jtidirn or. In his nlisenee. Hie Dlerk of Nin
Miguel ci unity, at l.ns Vt'ifiis, N. M..ou Juno
II, Ik'.i2, viz:
KM. MA ADI.ON,
For lite o ) niv H, bv '4 no nw '4 se see
21, tp CI n, r 17 o
Hho nntnos the followlnif wlinences lu prove
her continuous residence upon nnd cultivation
of said Intnl. viz:
I.uey Stono, of K. I.ns Veirns N. , Wood
arts. Aul) e, of Kind Lns Vefras, N. M , Anto
nio Solano, of I us Vt'ifus, M. M , Ciislinero
Tnttnblej-, of Las Vckih, N . M.
A. I.. VOHUISON.
A. A. Wise.
- WISE & HOGSETT. -
SuccosKori to A. A. k J. 11. Wish,
CORNER SIXTH AND DOUGLAS AVENUE,
East Las Vegas, New Mexico.
t.e . v: i -T: l T..l. c i: l K' i tj..i.
ivuiurenci.'s . riiet. uuuiiiii iuim, omi juiuvi iiuuuiiai uiui,
liowno ife Manziinnics Co., Gross, Blackwell& Co., O. L. Houghton
II0TIC3 70S i'CSLICAT'.Ol'T.
I.AMt)rriCK at fASTA Fr, N. M.. i
April t, It"."-'. (
NollccU hernliy Klren Ill-it llm f.illowlnir
nanted sett lor li.i ti oil ii itic j ot nls inteiiltoii
to itiiiko llii tl piotit in siipi .rt of lus elaiiit,
and thut miij pr mf will hti niiide licl'orc Pro-
.. . . . .i f ... l j- ... . .1
scrtDcr ana keeD nimsen tnorousDiy in- nnun mmi)-, i rgnm . uu juu
formed of what is occurring in the political , 1
Weoki JoanuU, I year,
Aldress oners to JOURNAL CO. Kansas City, Mi
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i jimiiiiiu niiitiio, oi J.ioi v t'Kii:, n ni-. tvtiou
nrt n. Atitiio, oi I'.nsi i.ns v einfiN M ,t asiutero
Pnntairei nil tnn unnn tninps of the OatlV 'i'l-nriittlevv of l.iin Vmthu. n m . r.imv Htiow, .r
and Sunday issues and is an excellent Enst Las Vegas, N.M.
Weekly Newspaper, designed for farmers
ana otneri wno cannoi get a aaiiy mui.
DttllT uid Sunday. 1 month. Uc.l 9 months. BI.OSi
I muiitlia, ts.lt: 1 roar, tlM. Vullj wept Sun.
dr. per yoar, 10.00. Sunday Journal, 1 year, lutf.
PULLMAN CAH BEKVICE.
n. i ,. , i o i. .. 4iiMiiiD.il alnnnem between
l rail 13 i miivi " " . v b r- -
ChlcaKO andSitn Francisco, also between St.
Louis ana tno uuyoi mi aiuu. j.. . '
K.i. n iiimiH.h alneners between Chienuo nnu
Snn Diego vlu Los Angeles. All trains dally.
D. J. MACUONALD, Agent.
0. L GREGORY,
Hot and Cold Baths.
CENTER ST., EAST LAS VEGA3
J. H. Teitlebaum.
Manufacturers and Distillers Agent,
TOaSjfltatan, Cigars Hflhci
Billiard and Club Room Attached.
Nos- 103 A 105, West Side Plaza
HE WEEKLY JOURNAL AND
WILLIAM L. Ani.ON.
For tho o a no !, e H so W sco. o0, tp. 13 u,
r 17 o.
lie nnines the following witnesses to provo
his continuous residence upon, mid oultlvn-
lnn nf aul. I l.i.i.l -1 .
Antonio Solano, of l.ns V egus, N
M .. Wood-
Notics foe Publication.
Land Orrics at Sauta Fk, N.M.
April .), iv-'ii;.
Notice Is hereby given that tho following
named settler hits II led notico of his Intention
tO II1IIKU lllllll pimii III Blipptiri IK ins ennui,
nttd that said proof will tie Hindu heforo Pro
bate Judge, or, in his absence.tho Clerk of Snn
Miguel county, at Las Vcgus, N. M., on Juno
11, lbl'2, viz.:
CHAKLES F. ADLON,
For tho w 4 nw i4, w a sw M seo. 29, tp. I3n
Ho names tho following witnesses to provo
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said hind, viz. :
Antonio Solano, of Lns Vegas. N. M , Wood.
n U Anlili. .,f Knaf f.n.Vnirtia. N M 1'iialnw.r
Traniblov, tit Las Vegas, N. M .Ltiey Stone, of
r.iist l.as v egns, n . m .
A. L. MOUUISON,
B i:iifi p ,ni.
Mixed l:00p. m.
East Las Vegas Post Office.
Notice roa Publication.
District Court. County of San Miguel,
Territory of New Moxieo,
Mary CM inner and Johnl
A. u Minner,
All tho unknown heirs of
Joso Oonznltis and Jose
fa TruJIIlo, wlfo of tho
snld Jose Oonr.nlcs, and
William n. Stnpp.und all
other unknown claim
ants who claim any Inter
est In tho premises hcro
to complainants, tno said
Murr CM inner aud John
Chancery No. 41.19.
... .. I . I ,iArnJnia .. I... . n ..... .. 1 1
1UU Blliu uuii'ininiiin, ii.,i.,v iii.iiivii, nim uu
tho unknown claltiiniits of Interests In and to
tho lands and premises hereinafter mentioned
and described who claim adverso to tho com
plainnnts, Mary C. Minner mid John A. C. Min
ner, to said hinds and premises, aro horuby
neneod in snld district court by said complain
ants. In which complainants pray that upon
II1U lllllll UMIlllH in "ntu i.iur-u llliu mill
estate in and to those certain tracts mid par
cels of laud and real estate situate, lying and
being in tho county of Sun Miguel aforesaid,
and described its follows, to wit: "Lots number
fnr the V.Mtt olosesat 9.V u. m; for tho
South at 5:1)0 D. m.
General delivery is open from n in. 10 i..iu eighteen (IS), nineteen (111), and twenty (20), In
.l.ui. minii fi-nm 7ll. m. lO O 1. lui. ..n.i III r.rli, l.,..i..,.,MAd
. lU. LUlOmU .-"J . " 1' - " - IIIIIVIV lll.llli".. !.' I. I 'i niv i'iHiiii.ii-g I1IIU
. m. 1 Lopez addition to Lns Vegas, being uow In the
uirunivit . I 1 r ...... l-..u 1 ..a vr. , ...
riA.inrnl rlellvnrV IS ODOU ITOm VIU 1 u. ! llieuouiuj . .-Mil iiu.:, nnu il-m itui 7 ill uw
... f-h..ai.in rinnri iiniti 0 to Mexico, the suiil lots Ivltig nutl tHUiur sltuato In
a m 1 10 i.f V ' , .,., .,, KhhI Veirns. ...it r IM
uin -hi U.W. - - : - -
j Uiilllnus river ami on tno norm sine or what is
TTAHifrvs tiftT, PTTnTTfATTnW called llluneburd street, sometimes called
NOTICE FOB JrUBLWAHUW. iir.,l,r u,.l. hot In llioileed of eonvovnnnn
from the grantor to complaiunnt, of said tle
seiibed lots, tho said streot upon which snld
lots face or front Is called Centrni streot, iiieuu
Inir ami Intending to mean thereby lllniichnril
street In suld town of East Las Vegas," bo es-
tahlished us being tho estuto and proporty of
said complainants, free from and ngnlnst any
clttlin whatsoever tif tho snld detendunts or
any or cither of them. and that tho said defend
ants, and all and every of tbeui, bo forever
barred and estopped from having or claiming
any right or title to said promises adverse to
Cl'lll iUUiiniii, mi.i ,,itv i.ri.i.uitiuiiio 111117 lu
B.i 1.1 nrcmlimiji and iHiid bo forever fiuinfed iiml
set lit rest. That unless you enter your np-
pi-nnilicu III ill" Bun. nui mi ,,r iTimi- iiiu 11ml
Li 1.... ..r I A Ik tmri i... ......... 1...1.. , k
0th day of June', A. I. 1N, n decree pro oou-
M. A, (n itiio,
Clerk Fourth Judicial District Court.
Lomq i Four,
Solicitors for Complainants.
Duted April 21. A. D. 18U2.
IHomestead, No. 2300.1
LAND OFFICE AT SANTA FE. N.M., I
Feb y 24, IrMi.
MOTICE Is hereby given Hint tho following-
UHllieu avium T ; - -
tontion tomuko final protif In support of his
claim, and thut said proof will bo made be
fore Probato Judgo. or, in bis absence, tho
Clerk of San Miguel county, at Lus Vegas, on
luy iu, taws, viz.,
for the S.W. H NW. M.W. b.W. K. . K. J4
H W Li. Heo. o, l ownsiupo iiim in,
p. ... . , wu.w.J-..a til nrove his
HO nilllies I"" iimiowih ........... .-- -
nonttiiiiiiiiH residence upon, mid cultivation of,
said land, viz., M
k, Meretiiin juuun, . -- ; - -
Abran Curdova, of I'uerto do Luna, N . M ,
Agaplto Cordova, of I'uerto cle Luna, N. M.;
Manuel Lueera, of l'ucrto.do Luna, N. M.
A. L. MOllllISliN. itogistor.
: '.1:' , . i -a iv '-.;. i".i, f-e ct
..' ....... : -A - V -.0i ;t;'yX
live Stock, Improved Ranches, City Property
MINKS, MUNICIPAL I50NDS AND OTIIKK LOCAL
Largest Property List in New Mexico.
Mortcnirc Loans iifcrotiated on first-class realty. Full information
furnished upon application. Corrcsponpenco solicited from buyers and
T. 13. MILLS,
Uridgo Street, Las Vegas, N. M-
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
Under the Auspice of the flew Went.)
Has tho following courses:
Classical, Scientific, Normal and Commercial.
Every department thoroughl equipped. A faculty of eleven
experienced teachers. Tho leading sshool in'New Mexico. Enrol
ment this year already double that of laot year.
For catalogue address G. S. KAMSAV.
Establish ed I SSI.
1 0. Ilogsett.
BOARD OF TRADE,
U1JIUS. SiilLiiVJAiN, ritOPRIKTOU., .
Southeast Comer of Douglas Avenuo and Sixth Stieet
i m wl is mn.
In tho states wo occasionally have an autumnal day when there is just
tingo of frostiness in the air and a vast sea ot suulight througli which
lie earth exullincly plunges; not a cloud in tho sky, scarcely a breath of
wind stirring the dust heaps, when effort of mind and musclo lias no
imit. ... , ..
In New Mexico tho laud of all lands where "Uis always aftornoun,"
such days are tho rule, not tho exception; and 110 other nook in JSevr
Mexico has so delightful a climato at all seasons of tho year as Las Vias
Hot Springs. From November to April scarcely a day passes during
, , .1 Ji . ..1.: l...:iKn..l.. n .wl itnwiiiatv. Dllrimr tlm
WHICH 1110 sun uuea iioi tsiiiuu uuiimuuj v.v...i...-.rf . -e -summer
months, when lower countries aro sweltering iu tho heat, there is
.. 1 1. .1 .! . ...:i1,a.,i niiAPualiim .itTnet nnf avpiiI.
tno same genial wariiuii mm giow nuuum n v-iioint,
sive humiditv. Tho averatro mid day winter temperature is from 60 to
00 deirrees Fahrenheit. In summer tho highest flight of the thermometer
rarely exceeds bO uegrees at noon, aim tno averagu iur mat uuur is uui;
75. The altitudo (7,000 feet above tho sea), the picturesque valley, Urn
high, pino covered mountains, tho even temperature, and warm, dry air,
combine to make this a favorite resort for tourists and an ideal placo for
invalids. . .
Las Vegas Hot Springs is located 011 the otheastorn slope 01 the San
ta Fo range of the Hocky mountains, six miles from the thnMj til oLaa
Vegas. Thero aro upward of forty hot aud cold spri l gsU.e waltr f( m
., t . .1 .1 ..i: h!..nu Ia a larira ami liaiiilflAmA litttll
.lie oest 01 mem ueing coiiuuuieu in ii).-o w !
iouso of modem construction. Almost all forms of chronic disease yield
to the curativo effects of these wonderful waters. It is not cljiimed nor
expected that everybody will bo inado well. It is confidently asserted
that where there is anything left to build upon good results almost alwaya
follow a thorough courso of treatment at tho Hot Springs, aud iomo re
markable cures have occurred. Persons who havo failed to receive relief
elsewhere for rheumatism, catarrh, lung trouble and diseases or the uiooa
are invited to.try the great Now Mexico sanitarium. Skilled physician,
are always in" attendance.
A urancn lino ol tno Alcnison, lopcita on oauia to rmirvu muucuii
tho city with tho springs. Fivo daily passenger traius each way render U
easy of access from Las Vegas. Telegraph and telephone lines give ad
ditional communication with the outside world.
But the chief featuro of the placo, aside from its pre-eminence as a
resort for invalids, is tho Montezuma Hotel, a commodious and massive
structure of stono, crowning a slight eminenco near the station. It may
be doubted by those who know nothing of western push and enterprise,
but here, in tho very heart of old-Spain-in-new-America, is the finest wat
ering place hotel west of tho Alleghenies. Perhaps there are a few other,
that aro larger they are not many. Certainly none aro more satisfying
to the eyo or more restful to tho tired, dusty, worn-out traveler. Large,
t 1 ,n n ..imminilinrr Ini-stmn .nil a careful cater-
liuiiunuiiiu 1 uu in o , 11 11 u vwiBiuu, ............... , - i
ing to the wants of all guests make the Montezuma hotel peculiarly suita
ble as a stopping placo for transcontinental tourists via the Santa le route
and for all classes of rest, pleasuro and health seeker, the oouutry over.
ROUND TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS TO LAS VEGAS HOT
SPRINGS ON 8ALH EVERY. DAY IN THE YEAR.