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R. A. K15TLER, Bdltor and Proprietor. Entered at tins nonuiirioe for transmission mull hi second-class wetter. East LaiVoKBi, N, M., turougn OFTIOIAL rATEB OF THB. OITT. TUESDAY EVENING. MAR. 10, 1898. Special Notice. Lai Vbqas Daily optio Delivered by mall, post-raid, Jio.00 per annum; 15.00 for six m mhs; t'i.W for three months, By car rier, 'Jo rents per week Lai Vkoas wickklt optio SI oolumni, de livered by mull, pout-paid, S8.00 per an num, $1.60 for six months, 11.00 for three months. Blnxlo coplosln wrapper, 6 centi. Sample coplea of both dally and weekly, mailed free wliea desired, Give posioiliee address In full, Including state. OOKHitspoNDitNUK Oontalnlng rnews, solid ted from all Darts of the country. Com munications addreiMd to tho editor of , Thb optio, to Insure attention, should be Bccoinpanled by the writer's full name and address, not for publication, bat as a guaranty ol icona rnitn. - BkmittancKs May be made by draft.money order, postal note, express or registered letter at our risk. Address all letters and telegrams to Thb Optio, East Las Vegas, New Mexico. Call for a Republican Territorial Convention. A convention of the republican party- of New Mexico is hereby called to meet authe city of Albuquerque, on Monday, the 23rd day of March, ISytt, to nominate llx dele, gates and six alternates, to represent the Territory of New Mexico in the National republican convention, to be held in the clcv of St. L'juis, on the 10th day ot Juno, 1890. The several counties of the Territory are entitled to representation, as fallows; Bernalillo, 15 delegates. Chaves, 1 delegate. Colfax, 4 delegates. Dona Ana, 6 delegates, ; Eddy, 1 delegate. Urant, 4 delegates. Guadalupe, 'i delegates. -' Lincoln, 3 delegates. Mora, 5 delegates. Rio Arriba, 7 delegates. Han Juan, 1 delegate. Han Miguel, 11 delegates. Banta Fe, 8 delegates. Sierra, 2 delegates. Socorro, 8 delegates. Taos, 5 delegates. . Union, 2 delegates. Valencia, 8 delegates. Total, 93 dele gates. County committees are instructed to make all proper arrangements for the holding of county conventions and the se lection of delegates. Under existing rules, alternates are not allowed, and proxies cannot be recognized, unless held bv a resident of the same coun ty as the delegate for whom the bolder of the proxy acts. County conventions will bs composed of delegates chosen at precinct mass meet ings. Cnuntv committees will arrange for and call precinct mass meetings, naming the exact time and place. Where no county committee exists, the member of the Territorial central commit tee will perform the duties of the oounty committee and wilt call precinct mass meetings v . - County conventions must ' be beld not later than Wednesday, March 18th, 1896. The chairman and secretary ot precinct meetings will certify a list of delegates elected to the chairman of county commit tees. The chairman and secretary of county conventions will certify a list of the dele gates elected to the Territorial convention, and mail the same to the secretary of this committee at Santa Fe, on or before'tbe 20th day of March, 1896. E. L. Bartlktt, Chairman Republican Central Committee. Max Fbost, Secretary. "BLACK KVK" VOU NEW MEXICO. When the news reaohod Santa ' Fe, yesterday, that Senator Brioe, In the United Stales senate, had offered an amendment to the bill in troduced In the bouse by Mr. Catroo, validating the eapltol re building bonds, authorized to be issued by the list legislative assembly, there was great indignation among certain classes ot cilUens of the ancient. The amendment offered by Senator Brioe provides for the validation of certain fundiog bonds issued by Santa Fe county, in lieu of the bonds ' issued to the Texas, Santa Fe & Northern railway company. At a meeting held at the court house in the afternoon, res olutions of the strongest character wera passed, denouncing Senator Brlce for his action as a senator, the speakers at the meeting claiming that Senator Brlce was j the owner of tho bonds sought to be validated by the amend ment. The speakers all disclaimed they are right down mad, over there, and fife holding Indignation meetings. Vfho CongrtsioH()l Record of Marob 4th, when It arrived In Santa Fi, yes terday morning, stirred up the usually quiet people of the anoientoity greatly. The deoislon of the U. S. supreme court bad relieved Santa Fe county ol a great load of railroad Indebtedness, and they bud upposed tbat was final. But the Record showed that.last Thun day, Senator Brice got the senate to pass an amendment to Mr. Catron's bill, validating bonds voted by the last legislature, by whioh 9172,000 of Santa Fe bonds, Issued to the narrow gauge railroad, were made valid and binding on the county. (a the course ot the proceedings la the senate, Senator Brice defended the amendment as entirely proper and Senator Hill was reported , as saying that Mr. Catron approved of iC This gave the demoorata a great op- any Intention to "make politics" out of portunity. There was much publio in this latest misfortune to Santa Fe, but dignatlon and a mass meeting was the veriest tyro in political machina- called by the chairman ot tb$ county tions could see an attempt to attack commissioners ana the prssiaent oi the Mr. Catron over his apparent neglect ooara oi traae. ids seii.cooiututea In the matter. Reading from the democratic leaders expeoted to score a Congressional Record, one of the speak The man who stands Idly by and sees the life lading out ot his wile face, sees ker health going, sees bit coming old I faded and wrinkled when she should still be in the perfect enjoyment of vig orous, useful health, is either less than a man or else does not know of the one remedv which will bring her back to health and strength, perhaps her husband cannot persuade her to go to her doctor, because she naturally dreads the inevitable examinations ana " local treatments." He can persuade ber, if she needs persuasion, to take Dr. Fierce' Favorite Prescription. This truly wonder ful medicine has cured hundreds of women after the best physiclaua have failed. It Has been in constant use and tested every dav for thirty years. . It isn't an experi ment, there are no chances about it It is a certain cure for all derangements, weak nesses, irregularities and displacement of internal onrans peculiar to women. -THE- CIIUUCU DIRECTORY. THE FAULT OP THE PARENTS. The Children In the Loo Alamos Pre clnct Are Not Sent to School Regularly. si lm tV IHQTITIITC '..d IVLLLLI IIIUIIIUILl 18th and Curtis Sts. DENVER COLORADO. For the cure of LIQUOR, OPIUM, NER VOUS DISEASES ". and . TOBACCO HABIT. . Best ' and . most . thoroughly equipped Ke.ley Institute In the United States, aomellke and comfortable In all Its ap pointment!. An absolute and permanent sure. Ladles treated privately. Corre spondence confidential. MIKE W. BURKE. Local Representative. pilEsaYTElUAN CHURCH. REV, NORMAN BKINNER, Pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Sunday school at 9:45 a. to. Society of Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. m. All people are Cordially welcomed. Strangers and sojourners are Invited to worship with us. JJAPTI8T CHURCH. A. A. LAYTON, Pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching sorvlces at 11 a. m. and 7.80 p. m, , H, P. U. at 7:15 p. m. ah are cordially invited to attend Its services. jjUHST mkthodist episcopal church HAKMAN 1. HOOVER, Pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m." Freacntbst St 11 a. m followed by thirty- minutes Class meeting. ttpworih League at 7:oy p. m. Evening service at 7 :80 p. m. : me pastor ana member extend, to all the welcome of this church, and -will be pleased to see you at its services. 11. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH. IB the Editor of tne Onitfc ' Los Alamos, N. M., March 6ih,189(5. It seems to be the special object and pride of some parties who are neither taxpayers nor beneficiaries to any com- munitvi to run down the people and big point against Catron and have him proclaim that the poor children, lnno-1 ers attempted to show that no one was uenouncea oy resolution, nut me re present before the senate committee publicans who joined in the proceed- Call For a Republican County Convention. Headquarters or the Republican Central Committee o the Coun tv of San Miocbl, Territory or New Mexico. Las Vegas, S. M., March 2nd, 1896. J A convention ot the republican party of the county of 8an Miguel, is hereby called to meet at the city of Las Vegas, on Tues day, the 17th day of March, A. D. 1896, at 10 o'clock n. ro., for the purpose of electing eleven (II) delegates, to represent the county of San Miguel, at the Territorial convention, to be beld in the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico, on the 23rd day of March, A D. 1896; the said Territorial convention being for the purpose ot elect ing six delegates and six alternates, to represent the Territory of New Mexico in the national republiom convention, to be beld in the city of Saint Louis, on the 16th day of June, 1896. Tin various precincts will be entitled to delegates, as follows: No. Precincts. Delegates 1 San MigUfl 8 L Cuesta , , Union (Laeunlta) Teeol te 8 Las Vegas (South).. ............. Com-epcion 1 Los Amnios Ppcos ' Upper Las Vegas.. Coaperlto...., Ban Ueronitno , Rowe 8 Roclsda . Hapello. ..... 2 Las Mnoueiitas El Mscno (Pecos)........ , San Lorenzo 2 Harrison (Conchas) , Joy a Larga , Sabinosa Ban Jose , 8 La Llendre. ...... ....... i .... Pfnirblanca , 2 Las Vegas (north)., Csbra Springs East Las Vegas..; 12 Canon Manuehtas , Puertecito 2 3 4 5 6 1 H 9 10 11 13 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 23 28 24 25 26 28 29 30 Rt m S3 84 85 86 87 88 39 40 41 48 44 45 47 fil f,2 M 65 M 67 68 til 02 08 64 65 El Pueblo Los Vijiles........ LasMuIaa ........ Las Uallines. Penasco Blanco... El Orrito Los Torres Tecolotlno Born si.. Liberty Los Fuertes Ojitos Frlos., La Aguila Hot Hprings, Ban Ignacio Las Alamositos..,. Colonias Arriba. . . , Trementina Agua Zarca Cation Largo liomeroville , Einplasado La Manga Ban Pablo Las Veas (south).. Guadalupe.. Precinct committees are instructed to make all proper arrangements for tbe holding of precinct conventions, or man meetings of republicans and the selection of delegates. , Under existing rules, alternates ore not allowed, and proxies cannot birecognlsad, unless beld by a resident of the tame pre cinct as tbe delegate for whom tbe bolder ot the proxy acts. The county convention will be composed of delegates chosen at precinct mass meet ings. Precinct mass meetings must be beld not later than Thursday, March 12th, 1896. Tbe chairman and secretory of precinct meet ings will certify tbe list ot delegate elected to the chairman of tbe county central commllree immediately after the election. ' By order of tbe republican reptral com mltue. Jobs S. Clark, Coalman, i protesting against the amendment and that Mr. Catron bad remarked to the committee that the amendment was a meritorious one and should be passed Wow. we do not know what may be Mr. Catron's position in tbe premises, it it mar be that Mr. Catron has as oertained since bis advent in Washing' ton that he can accomplish littla in the way of Territorial bond validation so long as Santa Fe county, his own residence, refuses to pay interest due on bonds issued in aid of railroad building and in fact refuses to ma&e any levy yo pay said interest and vir tually repudiates large portions ol its bonded indebtedness. While it may be the part of a politician at homa to pander to the wishes of constituents' characteristics, voiced in the Santa Fe resolutions, still when tarrying among the more or less wise or unwiie men of the east, who have money and have invested it lo Sinta Fe county bond, either as delegate to ounzres. or as a private citizen, Mr. Catron or any one else soon realizas tbat a believer in such principles has very little caste anion? those whose money is needed o build up tbe west. It may bo a great hardship for the taxpayers of Si ma Fe to pay the inter est on these bands. There may have been some jugglery in their issue. We do not know as to that. But we do know tbat Senator Brioe's action in the senate is a very pronouuoed indication that somebody wants to get bis binds ptid, and that somebody don't propose to have any other bonds voted, vali dated or sold to eastern capitalists un til somebody's bonds already out are properly taken care of. It looks thai way to a mm up a tree. At tbU dis tauce, we are compelled to reoogoiz? tbe situation, which is that notice has been served upon uj to pay our dabts before we ask for power to create new debts or ' aots of congress validating bonds, confessedly bad,' when the legislutu e passed tha act auihonziog their issue It is certainly unfortunate for Santa Fe. Their c!inci'S for the restoratioo of the capitol are below par. We hav not seen the copy of tbe Congressional Record containing the arguments and inquiries pro and con in the senate, but we (ear that the amendment applies ipgs t3ok the sting out by insisting that therd should be nothing partisan intro duced, and tbe resolutions were so framed that they only denounoe Sen ator Brice. We give the resolutions herewith i Resolved: That we have beard with amazement and indignatioo of the attempt made by Senator Brice, of Ohio, to over throw the decision ot tbe oourts and sad' die upon this county tbe payment of 1172,000, of fraudulently Issued bonds, tha property of said Brioe and his .associates, or of purchasers of them, to whom ha ia responsible. cent little things, do no', get tbe proper amount ot education and school at tendance. Tbe above has come to the knowl edge of your correspondent, and he de sires to ssy, in as few words as possi ble, that if the children of Los Alamos school district do not get the full and more than full beneHtof a publio school instruction, it is their parents' fault, We have here, at a sacrifice, a five- months' term of school, the teacher having to wait two months for her pay of tbe last two months' school I Now, let me ask, right here, bow can a teacher, no matter how good a teacher he or she may be as to qualification as such, accomplish anything. If tbe par ents do not send their children regu- Geo, H. Hutchison I Co. HAVE Real Estate, Mines, and Mining Property For Sale or Lease. HENRY C. PARKMAN, j minister in uoarge. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:90 d. m. aay scnooi at ju:uu a. m. Friday Evening pri Everyone cordially tnese services. Sun irayer, 4:30 p. m. invited to attend iTlHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CON- FATHER T. P. O'KEEFE, Pastor. Masses will be said at 6:30 and 9:00 m, Sunday school at 8 p.m. ! Vespers and benediction, of the Blessed Sacrament, at 7:30 p. m.. Dally morning mass at 0:30 m. Sermon, at high mass, at 9:00 a. m. QHURCH OF OUR LADY OF ROWS. , - SOR liesolved: That by this action Senator larly to school ? Take tbe daily at- Brlce has prostituted his high, 'public office tendance here and it is really mortify- as a senator, for bis private, personal, log and there is, so to say, no remedy pecuniary advantage, In a most improper If the directors enforce tbe compulsory manner. - - - . law, the whole community would be Resolved: Tbat we are in favor of pay- down on tbem. We are trying to do Ing every honest, publio debt with most our best and Miss Vaur, the present scrupulous exactitude, regardless of any teacher, has tried to do her best and is technicalities; but this indebtedness was Still doing so, and-jhe can and will fraudulent from its Inception, the very willingly teach all the youngsters that orgaulzttloa of the railroad, company are brought lo the school. he is an which received tbe bonds being based on accomplished teaoher, tbe best we have fraud; aud tbe people are under no moral ever had, and some probably do not ob igatlon whatever with regard to It, Resolved: That we call on our delegate in congress, Hon. T. B. Catron, to use every means In bis power to prevent the pasage of this amendment, as unjust to the people of this county, and throwing upon them an intolerable burden for which they have no equivalent. VThk Optio is informed that Hon. T. D. Burns would like to go as a dole, gate to St. Lous, representing the re publicans of New Mexico, and that he will come to the Albuquerque conven tion armed cap-a-pie and with the del egations from San Juan, Kio Arriba and Taos counties, numbering thirteen delegates insttucted for him. It this be the case, tbe other aspirants for delegate honors from northern New Mexico w 11 do well tn watch out. like ber, because she is strict and will not allow any foolishness. . The tax payers of this community do cot com plain. .They are sati-fied and are working hard at their various occupa tions. I think, Mr. Kistler, you will comprehend tbe drift of my communi cation. Tbe people here are busily occupied, now, oleaning tbe various ditches and some have already commenced to plow and plant. Ihe telephone is In good working order, but very few use it -on account or toe expense. , atolk. Thb fwcKiniey club at Springer is tbe first in New Mexioo and their Methodist preacher, up there, is the latest one to skip tbe country. See the news columns of -Tub Optio for the particulars. a Mckinley club". Tho One at Springer Claims to be the First Born Republloaa Organ ization in 1800. b the Editor of Ms apntv fepitiNGKR, N. M., March Stu, 18SS. At a called meeting of republicans neld here, last night, an organization I a political club was effected to work with equal force to all tha other bonds for rt,Pb'ic' jucoess in the approach- authorized by the last legislature. D ' nfflnBr. ,B,0.0 l nose w no nave oeen interested In imaoimMHly elected, are: President. tne cause oi statehood have known ir U. a. Steward; vice-president, M a long time that Senator Brlce and his OoDzales; secretary, Henry Sturges; ,lonH. i ih. ..... . treasurer, .). m. Arellano t .-v . V7 ... ... I ine orgaoizauon aaoprea tne name, a uuarl an that A Void Mav nr anaK m . . . ' VM . """"""" Ihe MK.idiov U nb. of Sor ntrnr. N . ... I - r o - act wouia assureaiy nave lacKea onto VI ," and every member thereof hopes ft a proviso tbat tbe Territory and i(sl'or tbe Domination of the Great Ameri- Some W&trous Notes. Co the Editor of the Ovtto. Watkoos, N M., March 7ih. 1896 uev v. it. L.ucas, oi Uhtskill. nas held three services in Watrous, Ibis week, and during the -latter pirt of tbe week, assisted at services in the Prt-sbyterian oburcb at Rnon. Mr. neynoias, wno nas for some time been in tbe employ of II' U Reinken, will leave Watrous for Albu querque, at an early date. Mr. and Mrs. Koynolds leave many friends in Watrous, wbo regret their departure. Mrs. Hollenbeck and family have left Watrous for her old home near Wagon Mound. nir. ceiier, or ninsiey, Kansas, wbo bought several hundred bead of oattle while at Springer, early in the week, is in Watrous at present trying to pick up a lew more from local cattlemen, uov. u. a, uaaiey snips lour car loads of cattle, to-morrow, and Dr PROPERTY FOR SALE: House and lot, next to Central Hotel cheap. Store house, on leased lot good business property. Ranch, .164 acres; under ditch; good wire fenje; fish tank, eight feet deer; two miles from Las Vegas. Restaurant, complete fixtures ; seven rooms, three furnished doing good business. Two good lots in Dallas, Texas to trade for Las Vegas property. Small ranch, 16 acres, under ditch, tank, all wire fence, 4-room house, stable, mile from Las Vegas a bar gain. - - Ranch, 300 acres, 195 cultivated, 105 pasture, good orchard, 4-wire cedar post fenoe, river water, large 6- room bouse, furnished; one half cash, one half notes or trade. X mile from depot. , , . . . All letters of enquiry promptly an- toAHil ' llffin. fi nl in ltnal Geo. H. Hutchison A Co. weak um CURED AS IF BY MAGIC, i Victims of Lest Manhood should send at once (or a book that explains how. full manly vigor is easily, quickly ana permanently restored. No man buffering from weakness can af ford to ignore this timely advice. Book tells how fnll Ntmnffr.h- A a. vuiuuuicui, iuu wuo are imoaruu to everv Dortlon of the boil V. 8ent with nmlMva proofs (sealed) free to any man on application. ERIE MEDICAL CO.- BUFFALO.N.Y. VERT REV. JAS. H. DEFOURI, Pastor, Rav. Macbioi Olier, Assistant. First mass, for winter season, at 6:80 a. m. Second mass, tor winter season, at 8 a. m. High mass for winter season, at iu:uua. m. wunlay school at 8:uu p. m Vespers and Bi-ne ilction at 4:00 u. m. The Fathers will preach both in English ana apaniso. "JONTEFIOHK OOJSGUBGATIUM. REV. L HCHREIBSR, Pastor in charge. Services every Frldav. ' 8 p. m.: Sundav morning, 11 a. in.; nunaay scnooi, every Saturday mor nine. 9:30 to 12 o'clock, and ounaay mornings, Irom IU to 11 o'clock. J , M. E. CHURCH. , ; - Rv. G. W. TOLSON, Pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. Hundar school at o.wp. m. oervices at 7 :tw p. m. Singing and prayer meeting, Wednes aay evening. TIME TABLES. SANTA FK ROUTE. LOCAL Tina OAXO. BKQCLAK THAIN8. East No 2 pass.. No 4 pass Fruit ex or No. Off frt 9 SO am No.M way frt.5 45 pm West Leave No l pass. .. 7 35 pm noi pass....v ') am rase rrc i s pm No. SS frt.... S 00 pm No.M way frt. 7 80 am HOT SPBINOS BRANCH. ' Arrive . .S 46 am ,..3 M pm t tu am Leave Las Vegas v tu am J 10 pm Leave Lamv 11 40 pm ISOSpm Arrive Springs 10 00 am 8 40 pm Leave Springs ! 16 pm 6 80 pm Arrive I as Vegas x s pm . 7 00 pm SANTA FE BRANCH arrive Santa Fe 13 80 am U 66 pm Leave Santa Fa ' 1 10 pm 8 16 am Arrive Lamv 11 CO pm 8 06 am . Arbor Day Proclamation. Executive Office, Territory of New Mexico. Whereas, the legislature, bv the enact ment ot cnapter aaa v , or toe laws or 1BVI, set apart the second Fridav In March of each year to be observed as Arbor day auu uireciea iu governor lo call ins at' taction ot the people by proclamation: Now, therefore,.!, W. T. Thornton, srov. ernor of ths Territory of New Mexico, do proclaim that Friday, March 13th, 1896, Is io ds ceieoracea as aroor uav in this Ter ritory, to ds observed by tha aAILROAD Western Division, Cental Time TaWe No. 38. J. W. Belnhart, John J. McOook. ' . ... . receivers. In effect Bunday, August 6th, 1898. Dlaatino of Ti 1 . , . WTOBWriUOIlBBBHl BDU BUOrUulO'll OI IOC inos tester, or tnerry va:sy. is also I nuhlio and nrivota orrnunri anil nl.nu making a small shipment. and in such other efforts and undertakings tot rraiaron company, ot world s I , " " iu general fir hm.. rlr . rl..L Kii ,i.iki '.' " nay so esiaDiisnea. jfsvw h -tau VIW T 1 U jX, tAUl If I tion in tbe school house, to night. mr. VToeser, oi wagon Mound, if I moving to Watrous with bis family. beyond mention, Beit of all, it purines the can Protection st as tha candidate nf . unnerve, reg. lafcsaa thsa rlfoAsirluA nrm.i.a I . 11.. a . A- a Kl J a. wmtwm S,.- l . uvuiS,aWf VI (ttUS, IU T ItLVl airCS 1110 KIU' hi ni.t.H k . in ueysandliver. tones and builds up the entire the United States, but will pray for the system, it nv.n.n.ia f..t. huccot i uio yaii,y, iu any event, no and rheumatism. Kemember, Hood's Cures, mu-KrwiiuisnoiiiiQswo. . . . , i HMd'e Fills act easily, vet nrnmntlv nrf auc exeuuure commuiee appointeu I uecuvciy, ou tne uver and bowels. 26c. consists oi jNestor Martinea. Marion It's SUll There. From the Springer Stockman. Where is the Lis Vegas eold cltementP 'Fhcs up. Kis'ler. ex- counties pay all of their bonded debts as a condition precedent to the success of the act. This was done in tbe case of the Dakotas when they were admit ted, and New Mexico's fate was de Araarl r lia f tiA an tvt a lt (Via T) winn aansn j s,w I F Jftrpll 1 VV I7ahnr.nr fifrnyAMX Trn tingent In the senate. The multi-mil- Jm0t and w. cjorbett! together with lionaires of the east, in and out of the the president aud seoretarv of the olnb i -- i . m - senate, confessedly are moulders of pub- as x-ofnulo members. This committee liooninlon In financial oirolea. Tha mn. 18 authorized to add to its members at r...i.. i. , . . , , its discretion. tory witu a ponuea inaeoteaness wmen fjrst meeting cumbered forty-8ix, and is sought by any element,large or small, it is expected to reach 10O in a very to be repudiated or disowned, morally. ort l,me Colfax coupty Is now or leeallv. is shunned, financiallv. as a w'lu,u l"f PP. ' nu a strong gome Koclada Notes nB.t n .. tt... IH. M. ' rB0" .W'" De. " b' thia Clttb to IbtaerdUorotA.Outsa r. ""-"- maxe tne msjonty so strong next No- Rociada, N. M , March 8 bf 1896. mcuv F.D.Bii.uS iu mo eoow wuiuu is vemoer as to piace it neyona question Miss Katie Sfoo has resumed nrmci. responsible for President Cleveland's republican county to bo depended I palshlp at "Rudulph college," her nauseating and ill-advised statement "P?0, father being prououoced out ol danger ahnut iinde.irahla .lata. .nH .,rrnni "An.u.ej -uo, from D13 reoent SICKneSS Tr,ifr.. Rt , k. o .KU,7J,C "!kd t?.mak5 kB0WD .t0 MiM Sophie Hubbell, who held Miss "v h1""""" me worm toe oirtn oi me nrst repuo- stann's n ice so nb v. haa r nrneH tn mains, wuni are we going to oo soout iioan ciua in ew Mexico, ior tne Las Vegas, after having endeared her- i ne aay as aoore aesienate I snail ba a boliday in all tbe publio schools of the Territory, and the school officers and teachers are required to have tbe schools Tl - , .. ,, . . , " uuuor moir mpBuwvm cnarge ooserve ine They will occupy tbe house left vacaul day by tbe -planting of -treoe and other oy ino uepaiiure oi air. ueynolds. , i appropriate exercises. I'rvlded, that in K A. J I cuudhw u sibuavea, iqbk cne aay uvmiu wtiiju.Ku ia uui Buiiauia on so nnnnt rf I na I n Im.lln ..nrftllAn. , I. . V. 1 ae uooa Qualities lc school observance may be held on suoh Possessed by Hood's Sarsaparllla are almost ottBT aJ " B3ted by tne county super Witness my band and the great aeal of tbe Territory of .nt Mexico, on this. rfitSTWAHD. s oopiio oep IMP 7 OOp 7 36 P s ua s 06 a 8 36 a 8 10 13 SOp 1 vu p I tOp 8 00 p I tu p i oo a i to.a s 36a 11 46 a 3 SOD 8 OOp (JTATlONo. 9 10 a 4 OOp IS 10 pi 4 SUP BS D 6 sap 8 10 p 9 00 D 11 IIS D I t no a 1 66a 8 48 7 60 8 30 a 1 40 o i 10 P 06 P 10 46 al 6 SOD 10 48 a Chicago Kansas city .'.Denver , LAS VEQAS Albuquerque Coolldge . Wingate Gallup ' Hoi brook Wlnslow Flagstafl - Williams Ash Fork -Kingman Tbe Needles Blake Daggett ltarstow Mojave - Los Angeles SanFranclsco Kastwakd 10 SO p ( w a IIP 9 46 a 8 16 p 8 S5p 0 uo p 1 90D 10 40 a 9 S6a 7 97 a 8 06a 4 60a 11 83 p e 09 p 7 35 p S sap snip ioooa 7roa 8 aopl s so a 6 oo p 8 SOp 3 66 p 9 00 a 4 86a 4 08a 8 40a 13 30 a Utftp a lap 8 6Sp S 40 B 19 80 p ivwi 8 80 a 8 46 a 8 oa 8 OOP 8 SOp Summer or Winter. The Santa Fa route la the mosl comfnrta. ble railway between California and tbe eabi. Tbe mealf at Harvey's Dlninar Rooma ara an exceueni naiure oi ice line. - can be The Grand Canon of the Colorado reached in no other way, JNO. J. BYRNKv Gsn. Pass. Agent, Is Angeles, Cal. O. if. 8PKKB8, : Asst. Gen.Pass. Agent, San Francisco. Some Ready Information, The a s. Gov't Reports $how Royal Baking Powder superior to all others oampaign ot lS(o, at Sspiinger, which I self to all who knew her durlmr her is and always will bo tbe capital of Ltay at this plaoe and her jovial dlspo. uuuaa uuuuiy. IT. I SltlOQ Will DO miSSeu Richard Dunn visits Roclada to-dav a vfiiDuer rrnM. i irom UttlSKlll rruui uid xvusneii lucoro. tiev. J. A. rioard commences a Tbe Roswell Record is tbe neatest printed I sarins nf Inntpn Inntnrn and unmn too last assembly in providing for bond P"vor,ulUDio""orlu""oooy,u"ic. nte, a tfais valley, to-morrow, wbiob ItrT VThere is a great commotion in Santa Fe because Senator Bilce succeeded in aukinz an amendment to Delegate I Catron's bill, legalizing the action of Cerrtllos i Albuquerque , Los Lunas Socorro San Marclal... Las Oruces .... El Paso Demlnar Silver Oltv ... Trinidad .... . la Junta ...... Denver Miles ...o ...7S0 ...770 I, Bilario Montota, Pec'y, issues in aid of Territorial Institutions, which amendment mears that the ojunty of Santa Fe shall pay bonds and Interest coupons voted in aid of the Texas, Santa Fe & Northern rail road amounting so far altogether to $172,010,, The .citieecs of "the an cient" are mad and wralby, because the Conarexntonal Retard shows thai Senator Mil) asserted tbit the deleiratft from Nw Mixioo stattd tbe uur contemporary was evioentiy I will nnnllnnn for veral diva for ih poxmgiuuai our issue ol ieuruary .nlritual pood of this enmmnnilv n . J . ... . f a . I I B ar " 1SI, ana, Since attention nas Oeen I r.rmpr. am r.nlv waiiino- fnr oalled to that smear, wo will explain i present oold bdsIi to abate, in order to vi r u-j f..a. ..... i. it- : it niiuuPuiiu a uyuuuer press, commence plowint? the 6th day of March, 1896. ISXA.LI W. T. THORNTON, uovernor oi New Mexico. By the governor: 1XIBION MILLER, i,- Becretaay of New Mexico. Nona Bat Ayer'S at the World's Pair. Ayer's Sarsaparilla enjoys the ex iraordinafy distinction of having been be only bl oq puriner allowed an ex- M.nf-,r-r. r .h.. in.. The following statistical information .h.iiiim SDOUIO OS cut oat inil nnntort nn n. -rnugbt by every m- ana to obtain a I flee desk for future and frequent refer nowiug or their goods, out they were "UUO! all tnrned awav nnder tl a annlloatinn " "" '"O" "S VXOAB. - -rr i f the rule forbidding- tbe entry of Baton. natant madinlnA and nnatrnma Tha I SDrlnsier. r I Vb.v,. Unlink watrous... in favor of Acer's Parsaparilla was in f,ttB Miguel fleet us follow-": "Ayer's SarsaparilIaLmr...,.; s not a patent medicine. It does not santa re belong to the list of nostrums. It is bete on its merits." - Te MtslU-Sesktrs. - Tbe Blake Ranch, on tha head of the Rio lupello, ta now prepared to receive a llmit- iix numoer or noarners. ihls ranch la ocated In tbe heart of tha mountains, amid he most hrrutiful scenery In the world, -There bronk trout and wild game offer ample diversion for the nlmrod or anyone .eeklng oi t-door sport. It is looated only twenty -rte mues irom L.as vegas, and witmn bia nt mues ot tne itio reoos, and only three miles from tha headwaters of ;be Kio u uinas. Address, Address Mrs. J. P. Blake. Roclada. or in quire for conveyances and rates of a, B. itonercad, rCast iiss vsgaa, H. M. - T7-tf Kooiada, W. If, Climax, Star, fJowalmy, Horse Bhoe, Filter Heidsleck, Something Uood, Old Honesty, Clipper Navy, KootJsck, Anchor, No Tax, Pure Bluff, , Natural Leaf B. T. Gravely,, superior, W. N. T., Out of Bight, Kodak, Pride of Kentucky, xuoatan a wist, Health and Prosperity, ropuiar rnoss. J. B. MACKEL, TotacOBiat, Exobanga Hotel, wast side Plaza, Las Vegaa, A Complete Stock of Imported, Key West Mexican and Domestic And a complete stock of Fancy;. Smoking Tobaooot also Pipes and Walking Canos and the best lino ol fine Chewino- robaooo. Other brani's of tobacco too nutnerons to mention, ssl , J will be sold at wholesale and retail at the lowest prices. All . kinds of pipes cleaned and repaired neatly at lowest prices. "I Generai Broker. ''J' i .... . i ttand Grants, Improved Ranches,' N ative Cattle," 'Improved Cattle, Cattle Ranges, Horses and Sheep, Real Estate 2tc. Land Scrip of all Kinds, Territorial and ' County Warrant!, Ctea eral Land Office Bnslness. Titles Secured Under tho j. - United States Land Laws. NEW MEXICO IAS VEGAS, Wholesale and Retail Liquors and Cigarst EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. -vain 'j.' "' RATHBUN SHOE GO Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. & ! CHAFFIN -& DUNCAN, Livery and Sale: Stable. GOOD BIGS AND LIVELY, GENTLE TEAMS. V",.'"",;-r-.-.-.v; - Horses boarded by the day or montli. Will keep on hand all kind sf Hay, Grain and Feed. Lowest prices guaranteed.- Agents for the cele brated Mitchell Wagon. Give us a call - ,(r .., i DOUGLAS AVfcNUE, EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. 5 Are built In the UXrZZSX. and Best Equipped": Factory In the World. ligfieofpighade Tbey embody more paints ot genuine merit than any other wheels made. No otfcer machine stands so high tn the estimation of cyclists, because Warerleys ara built OB honest rains lines, and purchasers recaive full value for the investment Bay War erly and you will never be ashamed of your mount. I M ADB T J INDIANA BICYCLE CO., .. INIIANAPOLISf 1KB,, J. F. Wright, Agt. J. II. TEITLEBAUM, P. BAVILLK, Haas. The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co. TEITLEBAUM & SAVILLE, 100 Sixth Street, Upposite San Miguel National Bank. . UKTT1MG IT DOWN F1NR. ' Whiskies. " tek oal. Sour Mash Bourbon .12.00 ,. .. ..-.. .. '. a.25 " .. " .- ........ 2.50 Samples only So, -Pts.l5c,Pts.25o Qts.50c Finer Whiskies. "Carlisle", Sole Agent. .............. . W.00 U. 8. Club V. ; 4.00 John Banning.-. : 4.00 Samples lOo, Half Fts. 85c, Fts. 50c, Qts. tl. Finest Whiskies. Belle of Anderson .$4.25 Cream Rye . . . . . ...... 4.75 Guckenheimer 5.50 Havana, Mexloao and Domestio Cigars. Sole Agent for ths Celebrated Railsplitte R " Cigar.! o Btralgbt 12.83 per box. MoBrayer, Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone HAMfLlSB, UJML.X 1UO. All Brands Chewing and Smoking Tobaooos and Cigarettes. Half- pints 85c, Pints 65c, Quarts, $1.25. California and Native Wines from 25a per Bottle, and $1 per Qallon, up. 4V Rear entrance from Lincoln Ave., between Optio Office and Rosenthal Brotv P. S. "Press the Button, We'll do the rest.'.' HEADQUARTERS Miles no 70 .....4t 20 ....29 .... 6R ,....66 .... 831 83 ...132 . . .152 ...208 ...2SS ,.. MS ...S8rt ...868 ...1 ...m 216 "ueblo , Topeka Hchlson...., Kansas City. 8t. Louis 1.0S3 unicairo 1.875 Washington a ohn rnuaaeiDiiia l.om New York 3.187 Boston mi m.. ..... , Cblbuahuat 613 City of Mexico... 1,613 Losangeies ......1,038 anDlesro I nw wtn rrancisco... 1.B4A Ouayinas 903 j. v. not 8p-lnsra....6 WhlteOaks,direct..l60 9S Galveston, direct. .70S ALTITPDE OF VARIOUS rLACIS. Mora.. Hot 8d'm Park. Springer Watrous Las Vegas Snnta Fe ..... ., Albuquerque ... Socorro Kl Paso , Leadvllle Denver... ..7ms: . 8767 , 6S39 ..646 . eliSz ,.70181 . 8006 . 46H3 , 8W2 10061 Spark's Ranch... Chicago Kansas City , Raton Tnunel ... G lor let a Continental ni viae on A.P.,,. 7255 Plagstaff ..B8tW Needles 477 Salt Lake City.... 4333 8A79 , 6US .766 ,7633 7432 and did not have it regulated, and we wore, of necessity, using a set of old rollers. Imeotwai just and proper. And so 'sod wool Peddlers are doing an extensive bus iness in the neighborhood adjoining pringer. They are trading their ware, 1 o nsiun(r (I urv ffoods. boots, ahons. ameDd I tinware and nothing, for hidps. nalrainnnf aorultln tha i.tiel a! P..o, m 1, at , r. . , v.,.i.b,v Winter Maaatala Rsaert, The El Porvenlr mountain resort will re ceive guests all during tbe winter season. Tbe most picturesque scenery in America, nne nsnmg ana ounung. oesi 01 notei ac commodations in New Mexico. For terms for board and lodging, apply to the Ko- A postoffice ItiSDHtitor has taken cos-1 leaves their store, southwest corner ot tha Cars every fifteen minutes, fromiS. a. 'm. 1 . ... O .W . J 1-1 UmtnmAm A T..-A - . I I tn M n TT1 session "i ino oiTinter om w, tig 11 f""';"'f ""7 . ! r. yer farther inrormalloa, call at the abeyei 100 tickets for ts.50 Several panics here are putting rff I their visit to Las Vegss, until thev ran travel in eleciric cars. Thb Onicl does not give any encouraging n ws about the matter. Ex. THE LAS VEGAS Btroot Railway, JOHN SHANK, Manager. IA. J, Baca's bondsmen. etriibmiit, mt. tickets for 11.00 Corner Center Street and Railroad Avenue. Fine H GMcestliprs! lest Ciiars. Your Patronage Solicited. Elegant Club Room and Short Or der Lunch Counter IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALOON 9 Vour addrtss, with six ceats ia sumps, milled to our Head quarters. II Ellst St., Bestea, saia; will bring you a full Un of samples, sod rules for self measurement, of our Justly fa mous S3 pants ; Suits, $13.28 ; Overcoats, (10.25, and up. Cut to order. Agents wasted every where. New Plymoulb Rock Co. CONTRACTOR & BUILDER. Job Work and Repairing, House) Mov ing and Kaising a Specialty. SHOP COB. HIHTH AND IKTEKOCKAH lOFFICCRS AND DIRKCTORB. ,. John Shank, President. R..L. M. Ross, Vice-President. J. St. Moore, 8eo'y and Trees. ' . V. H. Jameson, Manager L, G. Jameson. , ' THE . '- Las Yeps TeHoie Go. Cor. Mamanares and LlncolnJAves.! East Las Vegas, N. If. J l. 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