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THE DAILY OPTIC.
R. A. KI3TLBR, Editor aod Proprietor. Kntered at the Kaat I.as Ve postofllce lor transmission mulls as socund-ciuss waiter. egos, n. through M.. the orrioiAL rAFKaoFtaa oitt. Bpeclal Notice. Lai Vacua Daily Optio Delivered by mull, post-paid, fio.oo per annum; 10.00 for all months; t'1.50 tur three months, By car rier, w cents per week. i,AH Vkoas Wkkklt Optio M columns, de livered by mall, post-paid, ls.00 per an num, 11.60 (or alz uiontha, 11.00 for three months. Single coplesln wrapper!, 6 centa. Bainple copies of both daily and weekly, mailed free when desired. Give postottlce addreaa In lull, Including atate. OouKKHPONiiKNua Containing ws, solid ted from all parta of the country. Com munications addreased to the editor of Tun ui'Tiu, to insure attention, should be SCCGu,pa,,lou XiS tu Vviiiwr'a iuii uauie and address, not for publication, but a a .guaranty of good faith. Bbuittamcks May be made by draft.money order, postal note, express or registered letter at our rlak. Address all letters and telegrams to Tub Optio, East Las Vegas. New Mexico. ' Law of Newspapers. If subscriber order the discontinuance of newspapers, the publishers may con tinue to send them until all arrearages are paid. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take their newspapers from the office to which they are sent, they are held responsible un til they have settled the bills and ordered them discontinued. ir kuhscrlhers move to other places with nut Informing the Dubllaher. and the news papers are sent to the former place of reel deuce tneT ore men reaijoueiuie- Buokboard Malls. Mali on the Star routes leave Las Vegas as follows : . r.A vena to Fort Sumner. Includln Anton Chlco, Los Oolonals, Eden, Banta Hosa and Puerto de Luna, trl-weekly, on Monday, WeJuesday and Friday, ana ar riira nn altarnata davs of each week. Las Vegas to Fort Baacom, Including Ohaperlto, Galllnas Springs, El cueryo, .. .... i. i . v . ...... V.,.lnn M.nAAtrl on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, of aih week, and arrive on alternate days. Las Vegas to Mora, Including Los Alamos, SaDello. Ban Ygnaclo and lioclada, trl- nnwtli. onTuesilav. Thursday and Batur- day, of each week, and arrive on alternate daya. Las Vegas to Lesperance, one week, on Saturday. . . Conveyance on Fort Sumner line, is by twn.hnme hunkhoard. on Fort Baacom and Mora lines by single-horse buckboard, To Lesperance by private conveyance usually spring wagon. . Call lYr a Republican Territorial Convention." A convention of the republican party of Hew Mexico is hereby called to meet at tue city of Albuquerque, on Monday, tbe 23rJ dav of March. 18116. to nominate six dele- Grates and six alternates, to represent the Territory of New Mexico in tbe National republican convention, to be held in tbe city of Be. Louis, on the 16th day of June, loUO. Tbe several counties of the Territory are entitled to representation, as follows! Bernalillo, 15 delegates. Chaves, 1 delegate, . . ' . Colfax, i delegates. ' Dona Ana, 0 delegates, Eddy, 1 delegate. , Grant, 4 delegates. Guadalupe, 2 delegates. Linooln, 3 delegates. Mora, 0 delegates. Rio Arriba, 7 delegates. Ban Juan, 1 delegate. ' Ban Miguel, 11 delegates. Banta Fe, 8 delegates. Sierra, 2 delegates. Bocorro, 8 delegates. Taos, 6 delegates. Union, 2 delegates. , Valencia, 8 delegates. Total, 03 dele gates. County committees are instructed1 to make all proper arrangements for tbe holding of county conventions and the se lection of delegates. Under existing rules, alternates are not alio wed, and proxies cannot be recognized, unless held by a resident of tbe same coun ty as the delegate for whom the holder of the proxy acta. County conventions will be composed of delegates chosen at precinct mass meet ings. County committees will arrange for and call precinct mass meetings, naming the exact time and place. Where no county committee exists, tbe niemoer of the Territorial central commit tee will perform the duties of the county committee and will call precinct mass meetings. County conventions must be held not later than Wednesday, March 18th, 1896, Tbe chairman and secretary of precinct meetings will certify a list of delegates elected to tbe chairman of county commit tees. The chairman and secretary of county conventions win certify a list or tbe 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. Bartlett. Chairman Republican Central Committee max frost, secretary. THIS REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. The republican oounty convention was ft tuocest even above tbo expecta tions, of the most sanguine lor the con solidation of" the pany Id this oounty. There wag not one voice or expression lifted against the resolutions adopted, which, using Abraham Lincoln's ex pression, goes to show, that "You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of , the people all the time, but you cannot fool all tte people all of the time." Tbe republicans of San Miguel ooun ty were Induoed in an off year to be oome the tools of a few aohtming poli ticians, who bad tbe egotism to believe that they could keep tbe voters of this oounty la their clutobes, without even a party principle above tbe greed of a few office-seekers. Tbe convention yesterday, demon strated that the people will not serve such masters, that the mass of the peo pie are for principles such as are laid down in tbe republican platform, and that they have suffored long enough by their own foliy in leaving tbe republi can ranks. This county is not tbe only one that has bad this sad ex perienoe, but all over tbe country and even to the nation itself nag the same thing occurred, but It has now been fully shown that the affairs of the town, the county "and tbe nation are tbe safest when in the hands of the republican party, and the signs of tbe times are, that there, they shall rest for some time to come. IN COLFAX COUNTY. Republicans Want One Delegate of I the Hit, and Hhow Cause for Claiming Mini. n the Editor of the Qvlu. I .' SiMUNOKR, N. M., March 17 Tbe republicans of Colfax county feel that thoy are entitled to representation in the St. Louis convention, and their delegates to Albuquerque will make an effort to secure one ol the six honors. Who Is tbe man? You may ask. 1 1 answer for hundreds of republicans. His name is Littrell plain, modest, the same every day, brave and honest- Marlon Littrell, the man who In ,94 ao- ceptod our nomination for sheriff, and then, instead of making a' personal campaign, went out among the people and urged them to vote" for the whole republican ticket. Result: An over turn of 300 majority for Joseph in '92, and fifty-five for Catron in '94; the I defeat of Malszar and Kremls, the two best -and strongest democrats in the county, and the election of stalwart republicans In their place, a republican county board and collector, and bis own election to the office of sheriff by a larger majority than any candidate bas bad for many years. We want now to honor Marion Littrell with a seat in tbe convention that is to name Harrison's successor in the line of republican presidents, and I am requested by a large number of stalwarts to announce bis candidacy through tbe columns of The Optic. Respectfully, Henut Sturobs. At yesterday's republican conven tion, by special permission, Jefferson Reynolds introduced the lion. Geo. II Wallace, of Missouri, ex-minister to Australia, under tbe Harrison admin istration, who Is at present a resident of this city, and that gentleman made an eloquent and telling speeob on the wool question. In tbe course of his re marks he gavo tbe convention an idea of how the people of Australia received tbe news of Cleveland's election ; by the playing of bands, ringing of bells, firing of cannon, and rejoicing in every oonceivable Kianner, to show that they heartily endorsed tbe action of tbe American people, knowing full well what that meant to them free wool. At tbe close of bis address, Mr. Wal lace was tendered the thanks ol the convention. $300 Reward. . " ; .- Executivi Office. ' 1 City or Banta Fa, Territory of N. M . Whereas, On tbe 8th day of February, I 1896, Dionioio Gallegos mysteriously disap- I beared from the town or naton, ana Tern. tory of New Mexico, and is supposed to have been murdered by persons who are now fugitives irom justice. flow, therefore, for the purpose or caus ing tbe arrest and conviction of tbe party or parties guilty of . this crime, I, w. T. Thornton, governor of tbe H'erritpry-v of New Mexico, do hereby offer a reward of 3C0. to be paid out of the Territorial treas ury from funds appropriated for rewards, upon tbe arrest of the guilty party or par ties, said rewara to do payable out or tunus appropriated for the forty-sixth fiscal year. .... . Done at the executive ofnoe, this, the 7th day ol March, A. V. !!. Witness my hand and the great seal of tne Territory of flew Mexico. W. T. Thornton. Governor of the Territory of New Mexico. By tne governor: LORION MILLER, Secretary of New Mexico." DAD ULCERS Oil LIMBS Cause Five Years' Suffering. So Painful Could Not Sleep or Work From ITCHING AND BURNING Six Doctors Could Not Cure. ' All Remodles Useless. Despaired Of Ever Being Cured. Tried CUTICURA REMEDIES Relief in First Application. Completely Cured in , Three Months. For Ave years, I had on both my legs three very bad uloers, two on one, and one on the other Just Into the bone above the' ankle, as large as a Ave cent piece, which hurt me so much night and day, that I could not sleep for the Itching and burning;. 1 had to get op three or four times a night. Did not know what to do with myself as I could not work. Called a doctor, but be did me no good, and ; in all, had six of the best doctors I oould get, but they could do nothing, and I gave up all hopes of ever getting cured. Nothing did me any good, until I tried Coiicuba- Rek- DIES. The ret application, tn. itching, ' mar ting, and burning flopped. I kept on with them, and in throe months was entirely cured. fHv yiare I euffered, and can prove it by people where I now live. If anyone doubts this, write to me, and I will tell them with the greatest of pleasure what Curl OVBA Ecmbuibs have done. , , , IS. K. HENDRICKSON, 1 (23 Bridge St., Trenton, N. J. Bnranr Ocas Tbiathikt. Warm bath with Outiouba Boaf, gontle application of -Coticuka (ointment), and mild doses of CuTI Cuba KaaoLYiNT (the new blood purifier). Bold throturbout the world. Price, Coticcba, too.; Boap, 25o.; IUsolvknt, 1. Potter Ubuo) : add CuM. Corp., Bole 1'rops , Boston, Hum. . agp How to Can Ererj Skin DUmm," fnn. "EVERY MUSCLE ACHES" And dreadful pains rob me of sleep and rest." To all such Cutl eura Antl-Paln Plaster bring instant and grateful relief. ' Large Transfer of Real Estate. From the San Marcial Bee. ., , - The old Illinois cattle company's ranch, in the San Mateos, about 25 miles (or San Marcial, containing 1,600 acres of . patented land completely fenced, bas been sold by Messrs. Bain and Braton to Solomon Luna, of Los Lunas. Tbe new owner, in a- few months, will stock the place with 30, 000 head of sheep. This move sup ports tbe argument advanced by the Bee seme time ago, that sheep were transplanting: cattle in this seotion of New Mexico. -THE- lmCV IfieTITIITC IxLLLLI III 0 1 1 1 U I L 18th and Curtis 8ts. DENVER' COLORADO. For the care of LIQUOR, OPIUM, NER VOUS DISEASES, and ' TOBACCO HABIT. Best and most thoroughly equipped Keeley Institute In the United Btates. Homelike and comfortable In all Its ap pointments... An absolute and permanent oure. Ladles treated privately. Corre spondence confidential. MIKE W. BURKE, Local Representative. CHUKCII DIUECTOItY. pitRBBYTEKIAN CHURCH. REV. NORMAN BKINNER, Pastor. l'reacblnor at 11 a. in. and 7:10 p. ni. Bundar school at 9:45 a. to. Bociuty of UlirlHtlan Uiudeavor at 6:43 p. m. Ail Deooie are cordlauv weioomea. Btrangers nud sojourners are invited to worsnip with us. JJAPTIST CHURCH. A. A. LAYTON, Pastor. Sunday school at 0:4na. m. Preaching Services at lie. m. and 7:80 p. in. B. Y. r. U. at 7:10 n. ni. . All are cordially Invited to attend its services. T7UB8T MET1IOD1UT KflSOOl'AL C1IUKCU UAUMAn 4. HUUV JK, JTastor. Bundar school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m followed by thirty minutes class meeting. Epworth League at 7:00 p. m. jcvemng service at 7:BO p. m. Tbe castor and members extend, to all. tbe welcome of this church, and will be pleased to see you at Its services. Climax, Btar, rtowslioy, Horse Bhoe, riixir lleidsievk. Boiiiflthlng Good. Old llouexty Clipper Navy, J. B. MACKEL, Exouang. Hotel, west side Plaaa, La Vega. Key West A Complete Stock of Imported, Mexican and Domestic 8" IT. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Hoot Jack, Alienor, Ito Tax, Pure Bluff, Natural Leaf 15. T. Gravely, superior, w. . i., uui oi Dignt,t And aoomnlele stock of Fanov Smokinir Tnh.mwt Prfde of Kentucky, ,8 PiPe nd Walking Canes and tbe best lino ol Yucatan Twist, flne.Uhowlng lobacoo. ""V" i'.-fWi I Other brands of tobacco too numerous to mention. ropuiar rnc... . ( m k. 0m . wholesale and retail at the Inum.t nrin.a A il kinds of pipes cleaned and repaired neatly at lowest prioM. r ' General Broker. Land Grants, Improved Ranches, Native Cattle, Improved Cattle, Cattle Ranges, Horses and Shee Real Estate 2tc. Land Scrip of all Kinds, Territorial and Connty Warrants. Geo eral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under the United States Land Laws. HENRY C. PARKMAN, Minister in Charge. XAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO Tbb Santa Fe New Mexican suggests ex-Delegate Antonio Joseph f mem ber of tbe democratic national com mittee from New Mexico. None of Thb Optic's fight, to be sure, but should this suggestion be accepted by the democracy of New Mexico, it would not suit tbe secretary of tbe Territory. The aforesaid secretary, Lorion Miller, is just working night and day to get that position. He is in the business of wanting to be vindicated, and, as be has slipped up several times in the vin. dication line, he is working very hard to gain the goal of his ambition in this instance. Mora Matters. 2b the Editor of (M CBXA Mora, N. M., March 16th, 1896. Farmers are busy sowing grain, five plows in a Held in some places. yuite an enthusiasm. Saturday, as to electric road, with another junta set for the 28d. Tbe republican convention was har monious, this afternoon, appointing as delegates to Albuquerque, Rafael Agul lar and berapio Romero, of Wagon Mound ; Judge J, A. De Luna, of (J ba con; V. Jimenez. Mora; Lusebio Cha vez, Ocate. A writer for La Voz del Pueblo men tions a split in republican ranks in this county, but tbe tpit was in the writer's imagination only, hverything appears very Harmonious to your scribe., The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder, superior to ail others. Mrs. Alexander Elsie returned , to Gallup, from her trip to Cbioago, where she bought a large stock of up- to date millinery goods. . est Rociada Review. to the Editor of the Oxta. . Bkulah, N. M.t March ICth, 1896. But little snow in tbe mountains to furnish the water supply for irrigation, down tne country. vegetation is peeping out on the For disturbing the meeting at the Rescue mission, late on Saturday even- Ids, and later on a charge of carrvincr concealed weapons, Clarence Ilaru was given sixty days in tbe county jail by judge urawiora.down at Albuquerque. lie did not like Marshal rarnoff's way of doing business, and -was CO. ing to snow a forcible way of using weapons, lie was disturbed in his lit tle plan. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAR. 18, 1896. .Thb McKinley men seem to have the inside track, not only in New Mexico, but throughout the entire United States. Information comes to The Optio, that the bill for an enabling act for this Territory, will be . favorably re ported, also, by tbe house committee on -Territories, but will go no further this session. " .: : " A singular omission that, in his home oounty and by his own friends, who controlled the convention, namely the failure to indorse Hon, T. B. Cat ron by the republican county conven tion in Santa Fe county last week. Who is responsible for the blunder, any way? -w ''; ihk cntisn army is delighted with the decision of the government to make a campaign in tbe Soudan, whether it helps Italy or not. Professional BoUldemi-semi-quaver wedding, dierfnc as a erenteel trade becomes oome off on the Sapello " " I rui - -m-i-t un nnnnlnnniid In tin,.. r.t -J I 1UO piUlUBlill BfO M1UI, BUUIUUIUI ' . . .... I survey of public lands will be made be- peace, especially to tne men privates tween lhe SaDe1) river and Hermit's who are not diverted by Peak, and effectually settle some land Mrs. Keeean, of Gallup,' who bas south slopes, to see if Jack Frost bas I been quite sick, is now quite well, and ituueu tur b BBnaou. i mining wneai, I aoie to De out. and gardens, will begin within a few days in earnest. We learn that Billy Green will be out with a surveyor this week, to run tbe lines of bis "California" place, near Rociada, with a view to fencing the same, for the protection of bis ren ters, Messrs. Steele & Dunn. borne other lexas families are expected soon, and will stop with the family on tne Uailey ranch. i. G. Blake, whom Col. Coleman left to look after government interests, is vigilant in counting stumps, which run into thousands. The 800 logs out by Dr. Spark?, and delivered at the liarker saw mill, by aotual count, are less than one hun dred stumps, and by measurement of inspector contain less than 15,000 feet of lumber the difference between a mountain and a molehill. In regard to the "permit" held by Dr. Sparks, we have been permitted to read a letter from the commissioner at Washington, bearing date of March 5th, 1896, a part of which is as fol lows: "It appears that one William Sparks, of Rociada, New Mexico, was given : permission, under section 4 of department circular issued March 6th, 1891, to cut timber from vacant pub lic lanqs tor me improvement of bis claim. K Five men were arrested, tried, and bound over, charged with' assisting .Sparks. A good scheme to gel a part, oi the "surplus" from tbe United States treasury, is it notP Miss Kate Gronnd is home from the Harvey ranch, to attend the double, soon to THE workman often eats his lunch on the same bench wher he does his work. . The office man turns his desk into a dming-table. Nei ther Rets the out of doors exercise he needs, neither takes the proper time for eating, it la small wonder that the di gestion of both JteU out of order, in such cases JJr. iflerce's Pleasant Pellets come to thetr assistance by aiding: nature in taking; care of the food. The cause ot mne-tentus ot the sickness of the world is constipation. From this one cause come indigestion ; disorders of tbe stomach, liver and kidneys; biliousness. headaches, flatulence, heartburn, impurity of the blood and the serious complications that follow. To begin with, constipation is a little thing, and a little thing will cure It The Pleasant Pellets" are tin v. susrar-. coated granules. They will perfectly cure the worst cases of constipation and indiges tion. If the druggist tries to sell vou some other pill that pays him greater profit, just uiiuk oi unai win ocst fay yim. L. L. Sweeny, superintendent of the Detroit Copper company at Morenci, died at Lordsburg, from the effects oi a surgical operation. The body wat taken to Pougbkeepsie, K. Y for burial. Geo. H. Hutchison & Co. HAVE , Real Estate, Mines, and Mining Property For Sale or Lease. PROPERTY FOR SALE: House and lot, next to Central Hotel cheap. . , Store house, on leased lot good business property. v Ranch, 164 acres ; nnder ditch ; good wire fenae ; fish tank, eight feet deep 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. Rancb, 800 acres, 195 cultivated, 105 pasture, good orchard, 4-wire cedar post fence, river eater, large 6' room bouse,' furnished ; cne half rash, one half notes or trade. , mile from depot. .; p .All letters of enquiry promptly an swered. Uflice, Mew Optic hotel. Gko. H. Hutchison & Co. Bun- Services at 11 a. m. and 7:80 n. m. day school at 10:00 a. m. Friday Evening prayer, 4:30 p. n Everyone cordially Invited to attend these services. . "CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE COX. CErTION. FATHER T. P. O'KEKFE, Pastor. Masses will be said at 0:30 and 9:00 a. m, Bunday school at 8 p.m. Vespers and benediction, of the Blessed Baorament. at 7;Bup. m. iiaiiy morning mass at 0:80 a. m. Bermon, at high mass, at V:00 a. m. fiHURCH OF OUR LADY OF BOR- KOWB. VERY REV. JAB. H. DEFOTJRI, Pastor. Riv. Maobicb Olibb, Assistant. First mass, for winter season, at 0:80 a. m. Becond mass, for winter season, at 8 I a. m. men mass lor winter srason. at iu:uu a. m. etunaav scnool at :uu o. m. Vespers and Benediction at 4:00 n. m. Tne f atners will preach both la Knirllsh ana epanisn. ill Wholesale and Retail , Liquors and Cigars EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. RATHBI SHOE CO Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. M. ONTEFIOKB CONGREGATION. REV. L- BCHREIBER, Pastor in Charge. Services every Friday. 8 p. m. : Sundsy morning;, 11 a. m.; ounaay sonool, every Saturday morning, 9:80 to 12 o'clock, and ounaay moruings, Irom 1U to 11 o'clock. M. E. CHURCH. Rbv. G. W. TOLSON, Pastor. Preaching at 11 a. in. Bundav school at a:uu p. m. cervices at 7:su p. m. Singing; and prayer meeting, Wednes- aay evening. TIME TABLES. CHAFFIN & DUNCAN, Livery and Sale Stable. GOOD HIUS AND LIVELY, GENTLE TEAKS. Horses boarded by the day or month. Will keep on hand all kinds of Hay. Grain and Teed.' ; Lowest prices guaranteed. Agents lor the cele brated Mitchell Wagon.: Give tu a cdl , DOUGLAS AVENUE, EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. Sania Fe Ronte CONDENSED TIME TABLE. Are built in the Largest IGY&LES. and Best Equipped Mr. J, p. v Vaeavllle, CaL in. the ranks social duties. Hieart Palpitation Cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla "I bad what la eaUed palpitation of the heart; it never left me for a -moment. Sometimes I would almost fall ore, and Could Nat Stay In OleaW fMom or a crowd of people. Physicians did no do me any good; In fact, I seemed, to be growing worse all the time until I began to take Hood's Banaparllla. I woo-soon better, end after taking M bottles, I was perfectly cured. My wife Is taking Hood's iwrsapariiia lor rneumaium, ana is doing her more good than all other medl Hood's?4 Cures elne she boa ever taken. She has been prostrated by rheumatism frequently foe seven years, ana the past year hoe been ao that she oould not torn over In bed with- To Health-Seekers. ATbe Blake Rauch. on the head of the Ric Sapello, is now prepared to receive limit- aa nnmuer or hoarders, 'ibis ranch it I located in tbe heart of the mountains, amid tbe most beautiful scenery in tbe world, Iwnere Drooa iruui ana wua game Oner ample diversion for the nimrod or anyone seeking out-door snort. It is located only I twenty-five miles from Las Vegas, and within eight miles of the Rio Pecos, and only three miles from tbe headwaters ot tne itio uaiunas. Address. Address Mrs. J. P. Blake. Rociada. or ini I quire ior conveyances ana rates of W. J. writes, least bas Vegas, a. M. , Tl-tf Rociada. Ni M. Harper's Bazar iti inno The twenty-nln h year of HARPER'S da a Act, Deelnnlnir in January. 18B. finds i maintaining irs ueservea reputation both as a Fashion Journal and a weekly Deri- 1 1 i ii " - uuiiTni ur uuuib rvauiug. - Every week tbe BAZAR presents' beau tiful toilettes tor various occasions, BaH- doz. Bauds, and Chafdis illustrate and engrave the newest designs from the finest models in fsris ana Berlin. New York Fashions epitomize current stvlna in New York. A fortnightly pattern-sheet supplement with diagrams and directions enaoies women to cut and make their own gowns, and Is or great value to tbe pro- ie Qalckly.Thereaelilr, Ferever Cared. Pour out of 11 ve who suffer uryousness,. mental worry.attacka of " the blues," are but paying the penalty ot early excesses. Vic tims, reclaim your manhood, regain your vigor. Don't despair. Send for book with explanation and proofs. Mailed (sealed) tree. ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y. WANTED, for Investors with Cash, developed M I N ES. Money furnished for developing mining PROSPECTS. Good Gold, Silver and Copper properties can be BOLD QUICKLY by IAHBKIOAN MINING KZOHANOB, . Some Ready Information, The following4 statistical Information should be cut out aod pasted on your of fioe desk for future and frequent refer ence: DISTANCES FBOM LAS VEGAS, . Miles Westwabu No. 8. No.l. BTAXlCNd KastwahU ' NO.'i. N0.4 OOOpm 9 loam 11 05ttm 2 4lnm 8 35pm i oupm 6 4'ipm 8 85Dm 1 65am 7 89am 815am 1 10 80am ii lopiu 10 oupmi 1 6Spm' ,i uopm 8 tftpiU &upm 7 00pm vttom 11 onpm 12 SOpm 7 wpm 10 10pm 12 07an Bdoaui Chlcnuo Kansas olty Yopeka Newton Hutchinson Denver Cdo.bpr'gs rueuio Trinidad LAS VBOAS Banta re Lo8Cerrlllos Albuquerq'e1 10 80pni 7 MUm S Otlam 12 soam U 15pm 8 lopiu 2 8ipm 12 60pm 8 wanil i 55am l 80am 10 30pm 8 45pm 8 SO j in SOoom S oopm K stium 9 loam 8 Hoam 6 ooaoi, 4 2Ham 8 15pm suuum 12 A5Dm 11 IOjuj-I 82oain They embody more points of genuine merit than any other wheels made. No other machine stands solilgh In the estimation of cyclists, because Waverleys are built on honest value lines, and purchasers receive full value for the investment Bay a Wav- erly and you will never be aibamed of your mount, MADB BY INDIANA BICYCLE CO., . INDIANAPOLIS, IND. , . J. F. Wright; Agt. J. II. TEITLEBAUM. P. SAVILLB, Mobs. 110 45am I 111 40aui Demlng Kl Paso 111 ooaml, 1 10 00am . SSGpmi v loom 11 28pm e Ujpm 0 loam 1 (SpmJ 4 vopm 6 05pm Gallup Wluslow Flan tan" Los angeles 10 4MuiianKrauPl8 5 80pm 4 5ptU S lOnu v oornu it uopuj 7 27m 8 45pm 7 ooaml 8 oopm The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co. TEITLEBAUM & SAVILLE, 100 Sixth Street, Opposite San Miguel National Dante. aJKiriMO IT DOWN FINK WnisKias. Raton no! Springer ...Ml wbkou n(iuau..u Watrous...... 20 San Mlauel... 29 Olorleta 55 Lamr...... ..5 Santa Fe ssi Cerrlllos 82 Albuqueique ......132 Los Lunas 152 Socorro .208 San Marcial 285 Las Unices ........ 848 El Paso SBtt Demlntr 868 silver Uity 411 Trinidad .184 La Junta 215 Denver .... JSJIi Miles Pueblo Srto Tona ,'. 720 Atchison ...,.770 Kansas City 786 St. Louis 1.0M Chicago 1,275 Washington...., .8,088 rniiaaeipuia .... 2,wn New xora 2.187 Boston.. t 4i Tucson 588 uninuanuai. ...... 612 City of Mexico... 1.612 los Angeles ......i.usa an Dleso ...Lorn San Francisco... 1.845 Guayraas sue L. v. Hot 8Drlnu:s.... Whtteoaks. direct. .IfiO Galveston, direct. .70S HOT SPBINOa BBANCH. . Additional Trains on Sundays. Leave Arrive T.pata Arrive Las Vegas 'Springs Springs Las Vegas v ou am iu ou am t is pm 45 pm a iu pin e to pm n w pm 7 uu pm SVHDAT. Leave : Arrlvn Tmva , ArrlVA Springs. Las Vegas, Las Vegas. Springs. iiuuuu. i3pm, UMP.U 1 oupm Nos. 8 and 4 are anllri vpntlhulprt llmltnd trains, composed of dining cars. Pullman palace drawing-room cars and clialr cars Detween Chicago and Los Anireles. Han Dl- Ivgu aim ean ranci co. Nos, 1 and t, Pacific and Atlantic express, have Pullman 1 a lace drawing-room cars. tonrlst sleeping cars and coaches between Chicago and Los Angeles, San Diego and NOS. 1 and 2.MeTlnA nnA Atlnntl nrAii have tourist sleeping cars between Chica go and Albuaueruue. and Pullman Malays cars and coaches between Chloaua and the Ul Ul auil'U, JB. UOPBLAhD, uen. Agent, mi i-aao, lex. W. K. bROWMK. T. F. 4 r. A., Kl Paso, Tex. CaAS.r. Jokes, Agent, Las Vegas, N.M. Havana, Mexican and ' Ilome8tio Cigars. . Bole Agent for the Celebrated Railsplittkh" Cigar. 60 Straight $2.25 per box; , Sour Mash Bourbou. ran gal. 13.00 4, .t 2,25 " - " ' " 2.50 Samples ONLY Sc, -PU.15c,Ptt.35o Q s.50o "Carlisle", Sole Agent. .. , .$4.10 U.S. Club.....: 4.0.) ' John Hennine; 4.0) Samples lOo, Half Pt. 26c, Pts. 50c, Qts. tl. Finest Whiskies. Belle of Anderson (4.25 Crea m Ry e t 4. 73 Guckenhoimer 5.50 McBrayer, Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone SAMPLES, ONLY lOo. Half-pints 85c, Pints 65c, Quarts, $1.25. California and Native Wines from 25o per Bottle, and $1 per Gallon, np. SVBear entrance from Lincoln Ave., between Optie Offlce and Bosenthal Bros.-fs) P. 8. "Press the Button, We'll do the rest." All Brands of Chewing and Smoking Tobaooos and Cigarettes. HEADQUARTERS, Corner Center Street and Bsilroad Avenue. Fine 17ines! Ciioicest LUnors! Best Cigars ALTITUDE O ; VABIOCS PLACXS. Mora ,. s. ..70181 Hot SD'gS Para.. 676 springer watrous 6408 Las vegas eta 8nta re -7tfis Albuquerque ... .' 6O1W1 Socorro .I.'45 Kl Paso 6ti2 Leadville,.....,. 10tlJ Denver.. . 1 ...,6'4W Spark's Ranch.... 8B72 unicago ,. sus Kansas City , ...... .765 Raton Tuuntl ....Kn tilorieta ....7482 Continental Di vide on A.AP....7255 navstas Needles ill Salt Lake City.... 4225 Your Patronage Solicited. Elegant Club Boom and Short Or der Xjuncn Counter mml Tin TaDIfi flo. 38. in oonneotion with the saloon.. VFestern Division, ' " The republicans of Cbaves county have selected C. II. Sparks of Roswell to represent them at the republican Territorial convention next week. Mr. Sparks would not object to being se lected as an alternate to the St. Louts convention and there seems to exist no good reason why his ambition should not be granted. Arrangements for the trial of horseless carriages, to promote tbe speedy collection and distribution of mails in districts where there are no steam or electrio roads, is announced. If a motocyclo can be constructed that 7' Tl ";?," ,t 1"uuu7" Mis. Tbos. Hobbell, of Albuquerque, roads of tbis oounf,ry, the mail servlo u milog ber Wend MrJt je9Jio isnpreT'-! B-aviy py mt tise, ' bins, at ualigp, disputes in that vtoinity, and stop the cutting of timber under the pretense ol ownership. Uccasional. None But Ayer's at the World's Fair. Ayer's Sarsaparilla enjoys the ex traordinary distinction of having been tne only Diooa punnor allowed an ex hibit at the World's fair, Chicago. Manufacturers of other Sarsaparillas sought by every means to obtain a showing of their goods, but they were all turned away under the application of the rule forbidding the entry of patent medicines and nostrums. - Tbe decision of the Wot Id's fair authorities in favor ot Ayer's Sarsaparilla was in effect as follows : "Ayer's Sarsaparilla is not a patent medicine, ft does not belong to tbo list of nostrums. It is here on its merits." out heln. her work. Now she can get around and do J. tr. jiivixs, vacevuie, UaL Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner Pino, assist digestion, prevent eonsttpaNoa. LAS VEGAS Light and Fuel Co. esslonal modiste as well as to the amateur dreasmslrer, Children's Clothing receives constant attention. Fashions for Men are uescrioea in run detail by a man-about town. Oar Paris letter, by Katharine Da Forest, is a sprightly weekly recital or losnion, gossip, ana soeiat doings in pans, given by a clever woman in an en tertnlnlng way. 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