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THE DAILY OPTlC.
R. A. KISTLER, Editor and Proprietor. Kntorml at tha Hast I.as V mi, N. through M., the tooitotnce for transmission mull! M seeunrtelass matter OrrlOIAL FAPBit OFTHl OITT. FRIDAY EVENING, MAR. 18, MWJ. Special Notice. Las Vbqas rAiLTOiTio-Dellvered by mail, post-paid, Sio.oo par annum; 16.00 for alz months; fi.W for three months, By car rier, M conn per week La Vboas vvkki.t optio si columns, de livered ty mail, post-oald, $3.00 per an num, l.M lor ill month, $1.0(1 for three months. Blimle copies 111 wrappers.5 cents. Bample eoplus of both dally and weokly, mailed free when deslrod. Give postolllce address lo lull, Including state. Cobhespondkhob Containing nkWS, solici ted from all parts of tha country. Com munications addressed to the editor of Tub optic-, to Insure attention, should be accompanied by tha writer's full nam and addrens, not for publication, but as a guaranty Of good faith. BtMiTTAKOKS May be made by draft, money order, postal note, express or registered letter at our risk. Address all letters and telegrams to Thb optic, Kast Lai Vagas. New Mexico. Coll for a Republican Terrltorlaf Convention. ' A convention of the republican party of New Mexico Is hereby called to meet at the city of Albuquerque, on Monday, tbe 23rd day of March, 1896, to nominate six dele gates and six alternates, to represent tbe Territory of New Mexico in the National republican convention, to be held in tbe cltv of Be. Louis, on the 10th day of June, 189B. Tbe several counties of tba Territory are entitled to representation, as follows: Bernalillo, 15 delegates. Chaves, 1 delegate. Colfax, 4 delegates. Dona Ana, 6 delegates, Eddy, 1 delegate. Grant, 4 delegates. Guadalupe. 2 delegates. Lincoln, 8 delegates. Mora, 6 delegates. Rio Arribi, 7 delegates. San Joan, 1 delegate. Han Miguel, 11 delegates. Banta Fe, 8 delegates. Hiorra, 8 delegates. Socorro, o aelegates. Taos, 5 delegates. Union, 2 delegates. ' Valencia, 8 delegate!. Total, 03 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 bs recognised, unless bold by a resident of tbe same coun ty as the delegate for whom the hplder of the proxy acts. County conventions will be composed of delegates chosen at precinct mans meet ings. County committees will arrange for and call preoinct mass meetings, naming tbe exact time and place. Where no county committee exists, the member of tbe Territorial central commit tee will perform the duties of the ounty committee and will call precinct mass meetings, - County conventions must be held not later than Wednesday. March 18th, 1896, The chairman and secretary of 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 tbe dele gates elected to the Territorial convention, and mail the same to tbe secretary of this committee at Santa Fe, on or before tbe 20th day of March, 1896. , B. L. BARTLETT, Chairman Republican Central Committee. Max Frost, Secretary. Call For a Republican County Convention, Headquautehs of the Republican 1 Central Committee ok the Coun tv of Ban Miguel, Territory of New Mexico. . Las Vegas, N. M Maroh 2nd, 1896.. A convention of the republican party of the county of San Miguel, is hereby called to meet at tbe city of Las Vegas, on Tubs. day, tbe 17th day of March, A. D. 1896, at 10 o'clock a. m.. for the purpose of electing eleven- (11) delegates, to represent the county of San Miguel, at the Territorial convention, to be held In the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico, on tbe 23rd day of March, A. D. 1896; the said Territorial convention being for the purpose of elect ing six delegates and six alternates, to represent tbe Territory of New Mexico in the national republican convention, to be held in the city of Balnt Louis, on the 16th day of June 1890. Tbs various precincts will be entitled to delegates, as follows: No. Precincts. Delegates 1 San Miguel 1 2 La Cueata ; i 3 Union (Lagunlta) 4 Tecol 'te S ft Las Yogas (South) ... 0 n Uoncepclon 7 Los Alamos 8 Pecs ... i 9 Upper Las Vegas 10 Caaoertto 8 11 Ban Ueronlmo 6 13 Rowe ... 18 Rociada 14 Saoello... . 8 15 Las Manuelitas 2 16 El Mucbo (Pecos)....;..... 2 18 San Lorenzo ... 2 19 Harrison (Conchas) 20 Jova Larga '. 23 Babinnsa 1 28 San Jose. 8 24 La Llendre . 23 Pena Hlanca . . . .............. 26 Las Vegas (uortb) 28 Cabra Bprings 29 East Laa Vegas 12 30 Cation Manuelitas 31 Fucrtecito 8 83 El Pueblo S3 Los Vijlles. 84 LasMulas .". iVS Las Uallinas 36 Penasco Blanco....... 87 El Cerrito 88 Los Torres 89 Tecolotlno 40 Bernal 41 Liberty 48 Los Fuertes . . , 44 OJitosFrios , 45 La Aguila . , 47 Hot Springs 61 Ban Ignacio 63 Las Alamo-itos , 04 Colonies Arriba 65 Trementina 66 Agua Zarca 67 Cation Largo,. 58 KomerovilTe 61 Emplasado... ., 02 La Manga 08 Ban Pablo ; 04 Las Veas (soutb) 63 Guadalupe Precinct committees are instructed to make all proper , arrangements for the holding of precinct conventions, or mass meetings of republicans and the selection ofdolegates. Under existiog rules, alternates are not allowed, and proxies cannot'be recognised, unless held by a resident of the same pre cinct as tbe delegate for whom tbe bolder of the proxy acts. Tho county convention will be composed ' of delegates chosen at preoinct mass meet ings. Precinct mass meetings must be held not later than Thursday, March 12th, 1S96, Tbe chairman and secretary of preoinct meet ings will certify tbe list of delegate elected to the chairman of the county oentral committee immediately after tbe election. y order of the republican central com. mlttee. . JoriM S. Cf,4, Chairman, J, HlLABW MojctffYA, Sc'y, (.V, ,.sfT.,.w- fm-r. Ndif toM it m fibou. the illtie of tbe J-6f when the1 nspirififf politicians' bnlieve tuey are culled, upon to serve their city fur their city's good, a little reasoning may not be out of place. Many a young- or old man is acker) to become a caudidato, , nay for ulJer mho, and it may be he concalres the Idea that be wants an nfllae and tbe first thing he does is to ask (or the opinion of his friends. Thut opinion U too often given without thought ur the consequences It is too ooruuion thing for a "slick'? man to smile upon the candidate, and wish him Uod speed, in his presence, when behind his- back he is planning hi defeat. Tha result of his hypocrisy, Is that the men are flattered and work themselves np to the idea that every person Is (or them, and therefore their money is spent recklessly j their private bust ness Is neglected, and they grow fa over tbe thought that what they most desire is within their grasp. This deception is . praoticed through out the campaign and, lo, when the votes are counted, the hopeful can didate realizes that he was the vlotim of (also flattery, and then, (or tbe first time, he sees tbe blue monster (allure stalkitig where hope and happiness dwelt, lie finds his credit gone, bis money wasted and no sympathizers Those who courted him before now shun bim, and steal around the cor ners when they see bim approach, (ear log that he might demand an explan ailon, at least, of their peculiar con duct. Abore all things, be frank and bon est with the candidate. If yon cannot support him, tell bim so, that he may calculate wisely. If you know others who will not support him, tell him so that be may measure his distance as he proceeds on his way. If be Is weak, point out bis weakness and then, when defeat comes, you will be referred to as one who bad the oourage of your conviction, and one who told him tbe truth rather than to deceive bim. Be honest with the candidata. ELIZABETHTOWN MIXING CASE. la the Colax county mining case of James Lynch vs. Thos. Ritchie et ol , in the matter of C. Armory Stevens, cross complaint in the application far fix in junction, the order of the court is as fol lows: This cause coming on to be heard upon the application of C. Armory Stevens for a temporary Injunction, as prayed for in tbe cross bill of complaint, and tbe court, not being satisfied with the proofs submit- ted, continues said application until March 2lst, A , D. 1898. It is further ordered by the court that, during the continuance, Stevens may have access to and inspect tbe workings of any of the claims describ ed In tbe cross bill of complaint, and shall have the rlgbt to take ores from any of these claims, except from the tunnel made by James Lynch. This tunnel tbey may enter by giving Lynch notice of the time they desire to enter, when Lynch may, if be choose, accompany him. Tbe representatives of Lynch and Stev ens, co-operating, shall make an estimate of the amount of development work that has been done, and to what value or detii ment this has been to the property. AH, INDEED I The OPTIO on the Brice bond incident is rather non-committal and reserves tbe right to cbaoge its mind. We have learn ed to look for this in The Optio, but the trouble is when it changes its mind It always gets a worse ono.Albuquerqua lemocrat. Now weren't you heartily ashamed of jourself, Mr. College Graduate, after reading an editorial in t iis paper subsequent to tbe one that lay on your dosK when tbe above paiagrapu of un just criticism was Fabered an editoria that intimated that tbe Territorial capital might be removed from Santa Fe to AJbuquerqui P At the republican county convention, yesterday, in Santa Fe, eight delegates lo tbe republican Territorial conven tion were selected, their names having appeared in The Optic of last evening The . ci nrenuon also selected eight alternttes, on motion of Governor Prince, but these will not count, as toe call for the republican Territorial coo venlinn plainly state that alternatet will not be rec gniz9d. Tbe conven tion, by a unanimous vote, iostruoied the delegates to support Judge A. L Morrison . for one of tbe delegates t- the national republican convention from New.- Mexico. Tbe convention was well attended, although there was some tcrapplng in tbe oaucus as to the method of procedure. It is understood that a partisan protest has been issued against tbe circular sent out by Chairman Nicolas T. Cordoba, of the union party, requesting all who have affiliated with that organization to be present at the reorganization of tbe republican parly in Las Vegas on next Tuesday.the 17th inst. 'Twill do no good, though. The people of San Mi guel county are not unlike the people elsewhere in that they may be fooled some of the lime, but not all of the time Tbe success of the republican party is tbe only open door to the salvation ol our country. Knock and it shall be opened unto you. The people of San Miguel county have knocked and all tbey have to do is to enter the republi can fold and be one of us. Going away from borne, another II I lustration of the evil of the pardon I system is found in the case of Mrs Freeland, of West Virginia. She was convioted of oouoterft itmir, pardom d by tbs president, and It now under sr rW 5lB fr the same ptfepse, wkje !2L pookot to tbd r it wot Of ttld togul bill passed off by ber. Una bf toe worst features of uf criminal systcnl 14 the free ue of the pardoning power in esses where guilt has been cinrly proven. " Til osn repubiioiiu preoinct meetings in tbe old town, lust nlgbt, woke up everybody in the vicinity. Republicans are wide-awake and enthusiastic, tbis year. No mixiHke abmt If. i Tim republii primaries In Sierra county rn oil cd f r the 14 tb instant, and iha republican oounty convention will bf huid n the 18 h, at HilIsbro Frank VV. Parker will likely be one of the delegates to the Albuquerque con vention from that county, Ex-GovxBpoft Puinob i Is showing his hand lo looal politics in Snta Fe county, and if The Optio mistakes not, be will show it In lerritoral politics, this fall. Tbe rx-eovernor is a worker and those who hold like ambitions had best be up early and doing late. THE San Miguel -county delegation to tbe Albuquerque convention may not go instructed, but tt is very likely to declare in favor of John S. Clark, of this city, (or delegate to the St. Louis convention. His uwu preoinct of East Las Vogas is solidly (or him, first, last and all the time. The Optic's suggestion that tbe Ter ritorial delegation to tbe republican national convention at St. Louis con sist of three delegates from Santa Fe oounry and nortb, and of three xrom Bernalillo county and soutb, is so emi nently (air and just that it is being re ceived by very many thoughtful and prudent republicans with great favor The Optio hopes that tbe convention at Albuquerque will adopt this ratio proposed as being for tbe best inter ests of tbe party in the Territory. Tree Note. Children should plant trees along the highways if such work is not done by older people. Children can inspire the tree and shrub adornment of cburobyarda an publlo iquares. , Trees should not be planted too near bouses. Trees should not be planted too near together. 'As tbe leaves of trees are said absorb all noxious qualities of tbe air, and to breathe tonh a purer atmos phere, so it seems to me as if tbev drew from U3 all sordid and angry passions an i breathed forth peace and phiian tbropy." Wood and not gold is the base of national wealth. Trees improve the climate by shel tering tbe ground so that it is warmer in winter and cooler in summer. Trees furnish material for a great variety of things used by man. 'The tree i-t the f-iiher of the ral and tbe mouth ( tbe fountain." "The wealth, beauty, iertiii'V an bealihfulness of the country largely d. pend upon tbe conservation i if our f ir ests and the planting of trees " The Brice Amendment. From tbe New Mexican. Speaking of thin Brice amendment the Las Vegas Optio savs: It must be evident that -if Santa Fe brins its entire p.iwer to defeat the hill with the Brice amendment, that it thereby strikes a blow at every ins'ltutlun in tbe Territory, and bile tbe grievance of tha couuty my be a Just one, it would Seem to ou sid-ri tbat it s a case for com prom lie and arrangement. At all even tbe remainder or tbe Territory will not feel well natisned that the in teres s of Santa r e alone should defeat tbe l'trrl torUl improvements. The people ot Santa Fe have no de sire to defeat tbe bill as It was origin ally framed by Delegate Catron and in which form it passed the bouse. Ttiey are against tbe onoe amendment only, put on in i be senate and passed there through tbe most disgraceful m rep resentations made by Senator Brice The original bill is of as much concern to Las Vegas, ."diver City and Knswel as to Smta Fe, and if the people of those oommuniiies are level-headed they will aid Santa i'e in a general attack on the Brice amendment. Hood'e Is tbe Best Medicine all the year around, because it puri nes, vitalizes and enriches the blood, and therefore gives strength to resist bad effects from all blood diseases, Malaria, Pneumonia, Colds, Catarrh, Rheumatism, etc. Serious Illness has often been prevented when Hood's Sarsa- parllla has been taken In time. jnd Pills are the best after-dinner pills assist digestion, prevent constipation, sue. The U. S. Gov't:&eports Show Royal Baking Powder , superior to all others. Assignee's Notice, y;, District Cockt, 8ah Miqukl Oountt NEW UKXICO. In the matter ot tbe assignment of tbe Las Vegas Brewing comrany, notice Is hereby given that tbe undersigned as In East Las Vegas, K. M-, receive, adjust and allow all demands and claims against BIKI1UV Will. UIB 1,1 1 IHUi KV. BV uu UIUUV, said company Ail parues naving claims will Dleass Dresent them on or before tbat day and all parties knowing themselves In debted to said company will confer a favor oy settling at once. stw-ti m. u. uiiiius, Auignea. To Heallh-SMkers, The Blake Ranch, en the head of tbe Rio Sapello, is now prepared to receive a limit ed number of boarders. Tbis ranob is located in tbe heart of tbe mountains, amid the most beautiful scenery in tbe world, where brook trout and wild same offer ample diversion for the nimrod or anyone seeking out-door sport. is looaiea oniy twenty-five miles from Las Vegas, and wltnin eigor miles or toe tun reoos, ana only three miir from tbe headwaters of tbe Rio Oaiiinas. Address, Address Mrs. J. f. Blake, Koclada, or In aire for conveyances and rates of W. K. Writes, East Lm Vegas, o. ii. J.P. Blaki:, TMf Rociada, S. M. Winter Mountain Resort. Tbe El Porvenir mnnnialn resort will re ceive guests all during tbe winter season. Tbe most picturesque sc nery in America, flm fishing and bunting. Best of hotel ac commodations in New Mexico. For terms for board and lodging, apply to the Ro mero Mercantile Co., Las Vegas. Carriage leaves tbelr store, nutbwst corner of tbe pless. every Hatoniay and Tuilay morn lrg at 9 o'clock; f-tre for tbe round trip, Fr farther InfermstioB, call at tb snort ttat!'lsH. T (, WIly'lflfilll'w'M.'M attfsttiv and nn bthtt tiotf Tu most adiiiirubte and attractive thing ubout an attractive woman is Jkt wo manliness. Eery. body admires 4 womanly woman. She must havs hralth, of course, because without it she would lone the brightness of her eyes, the fullness of her cheeks aud her vivacity. Keal health mmt mean that n woman is really a woman. That she is strong and perfect in a sexual way, as well as in every other. That she is capable of performing perfectly the duties of ma ternity. Some are boru with what is called "constitutional weakness." Those who do not enjoy perfect health, need only take the proper precautions and the proper rem edy to become perfectly well and "ng. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will cure any derangement of the distinctly femi nine organism. Sold by druggists. What Do We Plant? What do we plant when we plant the freer We plant tba ship wliicn will cross tbe sea, We plant the mast io carrv the sal s, we plant the i.lsnk to withstand the gales, Tha keel, the keelson an I beam and knee; We plant the ship when we plant the tree. What do we plant when we plant the treef We plant the bouses tor jou and me; We plant the ratters, 'the shingles, th floors; We plant the studding, the laths, tht duo s, The beams and siding, all pnrts that be; We plant tbe bouse when we plant the tree What do we plant when we plant the treef A tnousana tuings inai we aauv see. We p ant tbs spire thtt ou towers the crag; We plant the staff for our country s fl ig; We plant the sliude from the hot sua free; we piauiau mess then we plant the tree. Hbnmi Abbbt. Our Public Schools. Tbe initial number of the New Mex ico Educator has reached Tan Optic office. It is published in Las Cruces, down tbe coun'ry, by the Altrurian so ciety, and is the outcome of discussions at tbe late meeting of the New Mexico educational association, to advanoe the interests of education. It contains tbe following referenoe to the East Las Ve gas schools : The senior clan of the East Las Vegas high school constats of two ladles and eight gentlemen. The average daily attendance of tbe East Las Vegas pubho sobools, so far this year, is 4U9; (be total enrollment being a little over 600. Tbis makes an increase of over 47 per cent, during tbe last three years. Tbe teachers of the city schools ot East Las I'egas do not have to be examined in order to teach. Is tbis as it should be, or is there something wanting In the New Mexico school lawif Home one please answer. There are three literary societies lo toe city schools of East Las Vegas. No won der tbey display so much oratory at com- mence meets. Jt A, tt None Eut ayer's at the World's Fair. Ayer's Sarsaparilla en ys tbe ex traordioary distinction of having been the only blood purifier allowed an ex hibit at the World's lair, Chioago Manufacturers of other Sarsaparillas sought by every means to obtain a showing of tbir goods, but tht y were all turned away under the application of tbe rule rorbiddinz tbe entry oi patent medicines and nostrums The decision of tbe Wotld's fair authorities in favor of Ayer's Sarsapanila was in ffect hs follow: "Ayer's SatMaparilla is not a patent niediuioe. It does not belong to the list of nostrums. It U hete on its uifrits " Dr. D. W. Gren, a fm us oculist. of Dayton, Oui, i- stopping at the Alameda hotel In Las (Jiuces. , lii.- wife accompanies bim. , Some Ready Information. Tbe following statistical information should he cut our. and pasted on jour nf- nee deak for future and frequent refer ence: DISTANCES FROM LAS VEQA8. Mile Miles Raton .HO ueblo 2-ki Snrlnsrer. ..70 Tooek 720 " ago i siounu . watrous 45 ...20 tchlson ..... Kansas City .. -it Louis ... 770 786 ....1,063 San Miguel .... Ulorleta ... 6.1 CtltCHgO 1,270 .amy .. 6' ,.. 81 ...Hi ..IS'i ..152 , 208 vvasiington ., 2.088 1,097 2,181 S 41t) . 698 612 1 612 Santa re Oenlllos .... Albuquerque .. os l.uuas Sc rro Philadelphia . New York ..... II stou , Tueon Chihuahua .... City of Mexico San Mar'-lal.... ..236 . Ht.1 . S8II ..863 ..411 . lt . 216 8H5 Las urucss .... El Paso Oemlng os Annmes 1,IS an Diego 1,098 -a i Fiai Cisco... 1.819 Ml er Oltv .... U iayin.8 906 Trinidad i.. v iiotsnr nors La Junta Denver Vhltt-Oaks. direct. 160 GalVHstou, direct. .700 AL riTCDI OF VARIOUS PLACES. Mora 70J8ibark's Kanch 8572 . 693 HtSD'K8Park.. fi76 Chli lcacro Springer., 684911 Kansas City .... . 765 watrous ,. eies i Raton luun 1 K12 7432 Las Vegas .... ,.6Ji ..7UIS Ulorleta . 8nta t'e .... :ontlnetal Dl AiDuqurque Socurro , El I'aso Lead vllle...... Denver .. 600 vide n A.AP....7256 ,. 46KS . S6t2; lanstan ......... as Needles 17' . 1061 salt Lake City.... 4225 Thrice-a-Week Edition. The twice-a-week edition of the New York World has been con verted into the Thrice-a Week. It furnishes 3 papers of 6 pages apiece or eighteen pages every week. This gives 156 papers a year, and every oaper has 0 pages eight columns wide or 48 columns m all. The Thrice-a-week World is not only much larger than any weekly or semi-weekly newspaper, but it fur- nishes the news with much greater frequency and promptness. In fact, it combines all the crisp, fresh quali ties of a daily with the attractive special features of a weekly. THE OPTIC'S UNPRECEDENTED OFFER I In order to give the WEEKLY OPTIC a more general circulation, we have arranged to supply the .Thrice-a-Week World - and the - - - - ! Weekly Optic, One year for $3 50 in ailnnce Law of Newspapers It subscribers order the discontinuance ' newspapers, tbe luhllshers m. ron. rue to senrt them until all arroarnites are aid. . If snbscrttiert refuse or netrlect to take heir newspapers from the office to which eyar sent, tney are neia responsible un- rney iiave sptubu tw nut m rnpreo ru dlvci.ntlniied. f mhrr1oprs mmf to other places with informl' if lha imMleher. and ti news aciirs are seat to the i!ormr Place of real I HEW WORLD leac flier art tbto responsible- I -THE- KEELty K I8ib and Cur: is Sts. DENVFR COLORADO, For the cure of " ' LIQUOR, OPIUM, NER VOUS DISEASES, ; and TOBACCO HABIT. ' Best and most thoroughly equipped bZeslsy Institute In the United Htatee, Homsllke ana oomfortabl to all Its atf ittlntment 7 Ah absolute and permanent ears. Ladles treated privately. Cor re ipondsnce confidential. , MIKE W. BURKE, -Local Representative. Geo. H. Hutchison & Co . HAVE Real Estate, Mines, and Mining v Property For Sale or Lease. PROPERTY FOR SALE: House and lot, next to Central Hotel cheap. More house, on leased lot good business property. 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Oues. tlnns receive tbe peisonal attention ot the editor, end are answered at tbe earliest practicable date after tbelr receipt. The Vulumes of the BAZAR betio with tbs first Nutnber for January, of each year, W ben oo tin e is mentioned, ut sc-rlptioru will boffin with tbe Number current at tbe time of receipt of Order. l-:enilttaocea saoulrt be made bv Foatof. Acs Money O.der or Draft, to avoid chance or Ichs. Newspapers are not to oopy this adver. tisement without the express order of Harper & Brothers. BAsrtB'a reaioMOAis. Habpsr's Maoazikb rne year H.00 HaRPKH'S W EKKLI ' .. 4.00 Habpsr's Bazas 4.00 Habpsr's Uodkp Tablb " 9.00 Pi. stags Free to aii subscribers la tbt Oi tted tsuie-, Cana-e and Meeico. Address ciitmeia oiitEfisOitY. JjresijYtkrian CHURCH, kEV. NORMAn"bKINNER, Pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m, and 7:80 p. m Sunday school at 0:45 a. m. Society of wnrisuan ttuueavor at o:to p. m. All People are cordially welcomed. Straugers nnd sojourners are invited to worsiiip who us. JJAPT1ST CHCstOU. " A. A. LAYTOJT, Pastor. Sunday school at 0:45 a.m. Preaching services at 11a. m. and 7:80 p. m. B, Y. P. U. at 7;ld p. m. All are cordially invited to attend its services. JjUKST MUTilOUlUT JC lSCOPAL VHVUCU .. HARM AN J. HOOVElt, Pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at It a. m followed by thirty nUnutes ciass meetijg. cpwortn League at 7 :w p. m. Evening service at 7:30 p. m, Tbe pastor and members extend, to all, the welcome ot this church, and will be pleased to see you at its services. 8T' PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH. HENRY C. PAREMAN, Minister in Charge. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:80 o. m Bun- aay sonooi ac iu:uv a. m. . Friday Evening prayer, 4:30 p. m. Everyone cordially invited to attend these services. CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CON CEPTION.. FATHER T. P. OKEEFE, Pastor. Masses will be said at 0:30 and 9:00 a. m, Sunday school at 8 p.m. Vespers and benediotlon, of tbe Blessed Sacrament, at 7:80 p. m. Dally morning mass at 6:80 a, m. Sermon, at high mass, at 9:00 a. m. CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF SOR ROWS. r VERY REV. JAS."hDEFOURI, Pastor. Riv. Macbice Olibr, Assistant. First mass, for winter season, at 6:80 a. m. Second mass, for winter seaton, at 8 a. m. High mass for winter season, at 10:00 a.m. Sunday school at 8:00 p. in. Vespers and Benei'lction at 4:00 p. m. The Fathers will preach both in English and Spanish. JyONTEFlORE CONGREGATION. REV. L. 8CHREIBER, Pastor in Charge. Services evory Friday, 8 p. m. j Sunday morning, 11 a. m.; Sunday school, every Saturday morning, 0:80 to 13 o'clock, aud Sunday mornings, from 10 to 11 o'clock. M. E. CHURCH. Rev. G. W. TOLSON, Pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. Bundav sohool at 8:00 p.m. Services at 7:80 p. m. Singing and prayer meeting, Wednes day evening. TIME TABLES. te CONDENSED TIME TABLF. WESTWARD So.S. No.l. STATION'S ElSTWABD No. a. Ko.4 6 ttlom 10 O'ipm Chicago 10 aopoi 7 uoam 6 ooam 12 Soam 11 6pm 6 I5piu 2 3 pn) 12 ROpn. 8 iSam S 5JU11. i-litOam 10 Sopm 8 4Spm 8 SOara 5 oopm s oopm o 85nm 9 16am 8 aoam 8 ooam t) loam II 03 m i OApm nan as jit) 14 oopm. looeka i sopni SiUpm 4 0upm s &pm 1) .utiin 7ti0pm Ne ton Hutchlnsoi Denver S42pm Coin. pr'ijSi 8 6pm 11 l.fipui 1 PRam 12 60pm 7 89am, 7 25pm 8 15am 10 lunni rueoi i Trlmd'id 4 'Ram 8 15pm las veqas Kuopm Santa t e 12 u5pm 10s im 111 u7.ini 12 10.hu ' Btni LosCerilllns 11 loam 9 2oam Albuqtierq'e 110 4 -Sam 111 40iiii tieming lil Paso ill ooam I 1 10 coam 6 46 pin S loom S loaui. uaiiup I f Spin Wlnsluw 4 0 juj I Fiax tuff c 35pin s 40em . DOaiUjAl VUJU1 7 27am 8 45pm 7 ooam 8 00pm 11 zspin 6 09mlLo4 ngeles- 10 45i'ri-niPr-""t B8Qpm HOT SPBINOS BHANCH. Additional Trains on Sundays. Leave Arrlv I. pais Arrive Las Vegas Sprlnus Bprlnss Las Vetras to am io oo am s 15 pm 44 pm s iv yui o hi pm o sv pm. 7 ov pm SUNDAY. Leave Arrive Imv Arrlva Sprlntrs. Las Veiras. lasVeras. SDrlnara ltuoon. U nin , liSOpui ioodui Nos S and 4 are solid vestibular! lsmitoil trains, composed ot dining cars, Pullman paiac urawing room cars and cnair cars oeiween i;iiiohko ana Los inie u. Han ni. ego and San Fi anclsco. Nos, l nnd t, raciflc and Atlantic express have Pullman r alace drawlnn-room cars Oorlst sleeuli ir cars and mnrhAt hnlwMi, uuicavo ana os Angeles, San Diego and Hot. I and 2. Mexico and Atlantic axnrnaa liave tou .1st sleeping cars between Chlca iroand Albuaueraue. and Pullman rjalana cars and coacbes between Onionirn ami tha Vll VI iurjLlvu, Jli. UOPKLAHD, uen. Agent, jci paso.Tex. W. It. Brownb, T. F.4 P. A., El Paso.Tex. ObAS.F. JOMES, Agent, La, vegas.N.M. IWestera Division, Costal Time Tatle No. 38. J. W. Belnbart, John J. McCook, receivers. ' In effect Bundav, August 6th, 1895. Wrstwakd. STATION B. Kabtwaho . 6 00 pi 10 00 p 1 55 p 7 00 p 7 35 p Chicago , Ransas City . Denver LAS VEQAS Albuquerque Ooolldge Wlngate Gallup Holbrook Wlnslow Flagstaff -Williams Asb Fork Kingman The Needles Blake Daggett Barstow Mojave Lot Angeles San Francisco 10 SO pi 8 80 w lua 4 00 p 6 40 a 7 w a 6 16 p t 45 a 8 15 V 8 86p S 05 p 2 SOD 5 OOp 8 SOp 2 56p 9 00a IS 10 pi a uu a 8 06a 4 4U p. 4 85 a 4 08a a 40 a S 25 o xo p 8 10 p 9 00 D 9 10 a 12 SOp 10 40 a 12 20 a 1 sop 9 35a 7 S7a 8 05a 4 60 a 11 Oftp ii as p 13 Ma 4 aip 6 OOp 7 40p 1 56 a 1 40a 8 25 a e 40 p 8 65 p 6 40D 1 Ha S 48 a. 11 82 p It sop io oo a 7 SO R P 7 25 p 1 J6p 3 10 D 20 a 1 40D s soa 8 45 a 8 80a 11 46 a tup 2 SOp 8 OOp 8 60D loooa (I0SB 7roa s sop 8 00 p e8op Ual 10 46 a Summer or Winter The Santa Fe rente Is the most comforta ble railway between California and the east. ... Tbe meals at Harvey's Dlntnc Booms are an excellent mature of the line. Tbe Grand Canon of the Colorado can bs reacbed in no other way, . . , JNO. J. BVBNB. Gen. I'ass.-AKent, L Aogelet.Gti, o. if, srizKS, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, San Francisco. THE LAS VEGAS Street Roilwoy, JOHN SHANK, Manager. Cars overy fifteen minutes, from 8. a, m, io a p, m. S00 tickets for 15.00 100 tickets for 3.M jj ticket for iU0Q Boil we AMc & Facie i j ii ilias isi y-' StW TISPSP" II wi Cihht, fttsf, 1,sboy, ttJh'i BUff), J'iper llsidsleck, Borne'lllng Uoud, Old Honesty, Clipper Navy, Boot Jack, Anchor, NoTai, Pure Stuff, Natural Leaf il. T. Gravely, superior, W. N. T., Out of Sight, Koilelr, ' Pride of Kentucky, ' Yucatan Twist, Health and Prosperity, Popular Prices. d. B. will be sold at kinds of pipes General Drokwfa Land Grants, Improved Ranches, Native Cattle, Improved Cattle, Cattle Ranges, Horses and Sheep, Real Estate, Stc. ' Land Scrip of all Kinds, Territorial and Connty Warrants. f!ta eral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under th - United States Land Laws. . LAS VEGAS, EAST LAS EM Di CHAFFIN & DUNCAN, Livery and Sale Stable. GOOD mUS AND LI FELY, GENTLE TEAMS. '. Horses boarded by the day or month. Will keep on hand all kind a! Hay, Grain and Feed. . Lowest prices guaranteed. Agents for the cele brated Mitchell Wagon. . Give us DOUGLAS AVJiNUE, They embody mors points. of genuine merit machine stands so high In the estimation honest value lines, and purchasers receive full value for tbe investment. Bay a; Wev ' erly and you will never be ashamed of your mount.' :: ' : -!'" ' VASE BT J. INDIANA BICYCLE CO., INDIANAPOLIS, IND, J. H. TEITLEBAUM. The Cash Liquof. Cigar and Tobacco Co. TEITLEBAUM 109 Sixth Street, Opposite . OfCTTING IT Havana, Mexican and Domestic Cigars. Sole Agent for the Celebrated Bailsplittkb" Cigar. So Straight 12.35 per box. Whiskies. Sour Mash Bourbon..... .. , , " 9.25 " ... 8.50 Samples ONLY 5c, K-Pts.l5c,Pts.25o Qts.50c - Finer Whiskies, "Carlisle", Sole Agent $4.00 U.S. Club.... 4.00 John Hanning..' 4.00 , Samples 10c, Half Fts. Fiskst Belle ot Anderson Cream Rye. Guckenheimer.... MoBrajer, Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone BAMPLKH, OSLY 1O0. Half-pints 35c, Pints 65c, Quarts, $1.25. California and Native Wines from 35 per Bottle, and $1 per Rallon, up. 49-Bear entrance from Lincoln Ave., between Optio Office and Rosenthal Bnssv : P. 8. "Press the Button, We'll do tbe rest.", HEADQUARTERS Corner Center Street and Railroad Avenne. Fine I7ines! Gboicest Lianors! Best Cigars Your Patronage Solicited. Elegant Club Boom and Short Or der Iunch Counter IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALOON. Ytmr KMreti, with six csata in stamps, mailed to our Htad auartsrs, II (list St., 8t.s, sil., will brine vou a full line of samples, and rules for self. measurement, of our ustlr fa moui S3 pants ; Suits, $13.26 ( Overcoats, 810.25, and up. Cut to order. Agt nu wanted every where. New Plymoutb Rock .Co. . Soli.lott, CONTRACTOR & BUILDEB. Job Work and Repairing, House Mot ing ana liaising a Bpeoiaity. 8HOF COR. NINTH AND INTBROCKAN It Is wanted for AMERICAN HOMES, an ancbuuiG. A EICBLT ILLCSTBATID MONTHLT, tor peoDla who wish to PLAN, BUILD ' sr otAunri . . I heir HOMES. rilled with Bright Ideas, firac i'cal, common sense n IMslgns a Plans; Ar rangement of Grounds; Decoratlnc, Fumisalng, etc., etc. send 10 cents for a coot sad learn how to set the $5r0K AN ANECDOTE.. American Homes . pub. Co.l Bs7M. KN0XVIU.B, TBNN, $1 SlW-asu, I iwt. fi-tfnlfrftnitini-i. MAOKEL, Mt Exchange Hotel, west side riftsa, Las Vegas. A Complete Stock of Imported, Key Mexican and Domestic West And a complete) stock of Fsncy Smoking Tobaoeot also Pipes and Walking Canes and. tbe best lino ot fine Cbewlog ro'uUuw. -- Other brands of tobaoao too numerous ta mantlnn mmt wholesale and retail at too lowest prices. All cleaned and rep-tired neatly at lowest prloaa, NEW MEXICO Wholesale and . Ret&U , Liquors and Cigars VEGAS, N. M. Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. Ft. a call EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. Are built In the L&rzesv IGVGLES. and Be?t Equipped than any other wheels made. No ether of cyolists, beeanse Warerleys are built F. Wright, Agt. F. SAVILLB, Hau. & SAVILLE. San Miguel National Bank. DOWN FINK. PER GAL. $2.00 1 All Brands of Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos and Cigarettes. 36c, Pis. 50o, Qts. 11. Whiskies. ., . .$4.28 4.75 5.50 ' lOFHCERS DIRICTOBS. John Shank, President. B..L. M. Ross, Vice-President. ' J. B. Hoore, 8eo'y and Treas. , V. H . Jameson, Manager L, Q. Jameson. THE - Las 7ops TeHois Go. Cor. Manianares and tlncoln;Aves,; East Las Vegas, N. M. This exchange uses Cushmaa Telephones, manufactured by Cush- , man United Telephone Company, of Chicaeo. ; ." A Subscription to the ft FREE! to subscribers to the DAILY OPTIC Who, in the nejet thirty"d5y, pay us one ye ar' iubscriptioj . in acvnee, RATHBUN SHOE CO I