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THE DAILY OPTIC.
R. A. KISTLER, Editor and Proprietor. Kntered at the Dnstuttlce for transmission tuttlla as second-cluss mutter. Kmt I.asVeirns, N. M uirouun the OFFICIAL PAritk OFTHS 01TT. , Bpeclal Notice. ' Las Vadis Dailt Optic Delivered by mall, post-paid, io. 00 per annum; W.ooforslx inontlis i fi.SO t or three months, Uy car rier, 'ift cents per week. as Vkoad Whkklt Ovtio M columni, de livered by mall, post-paid, 18. ou per an num, 11.50 for nix months, ll.oo for tliree months. Single conies In wrapperr.ft cents. Baiu pie copies of both dally and weekly, mailed free when desired. Give postofflce address In full, Including state. Ookhkhfoniiknok Containing; hbws, solici ted from all parts of the country. Com munications addressed to the editor of Tim OhTic, to Insure attention, should be accompanied by the writer's full name and address, not lor puoucauoa, out as a Ith. minrftntv nf irnnd fait Bbhittancks May be made by druft.money order, postal note, express or registered letter at our risk. Address all letters ani telegrams to . Th Optio, Kast Las Vagal , Mew Mexico. Law of Newspapers If subscribers 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, tney are held responsible un til they have settled the bills and ordered them discontinued. If subscribers move to other Dlaces with nut Informing the nnhllsher. and the news papers are sent to the former place ot rSI aence tnev are men resoonsiuie Backboard Malls. Halls on the Star routes leave Las Tegas as follows: Las . Vena to Fort Sumner. Inclndln Anton Clilco, Los Oolonals, Eden. Santa Kosa and Puerto de Luna, trl-weekiy. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and ar vitfA nn AlfnrnntA davs of each woek:. Las Vegas to Fort Bascom, Including Obaperlto, GalllnaS springs, Hi uuervo, Bell Kanch, Liberty and Endee, tri -weekly, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, of each week, and arrive on alternate days. Las Vegas to Mora, Including Los Alamos, fkoello. San Tgnaclo and Koci iklr. on TuBsRav. Thursdi day, ot each week, and arrive on alternate weekly, on Tuesday, days Lai on Saturday lada. trl- Batnr- Las Vegas to Lesperance, ones week, Conveyance on Fort Snmner line. Is by two-horse buck board, on Fort Bascom and Mora lines by single-horse buckboard. To Lesperance by private conveyance usually spring wagon. Call fur a Republican Territorial Convention. A convention of the republican party of Dew Mexico is hereby called to meet at tne city of Albuquerque, on Monday, tbe 23rd dav of March. 1806. to nominate six dele rates and six alternates, to represent the Territory of New Mexico in the National republican convention, to be held in tbe citv of St. Louis, on the 16th day of June, The several counties of the 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, 3 delegates. Mora, 6 delegates. Rio Arriba, 7 delegates. San Juan, 1 delegate,. ' Han Miguel, 11 delegates. Santa Fe, 8 delegates. . . Sierra, 2 delegates. - Socorro, 8 delegates. ' Taos, 5 delegates. Union, 2 delegates. ' - yalencla, , 8 delegates, Total, 83 dels gates. County committees are instructed to make all proper arrangements for tbe holding of county conventions and the se lection of delegates. Under existing rules, alternates are not allowed, and proxies cannot be recognized, unless beld by a resident ot tbe same coun ty as the delegate for whom the bolder of tbe proxy acts. County conventions will be composed of delegates chosen at precinct mass meet tngs. County committees will arrange for and can precinct mass meetings, naming tbe exact time ana place. Where no county committee exists, the member ot tne Territorial central commit tee will perform the duties of tbe county committee and will call precinct mass meetings. ...... Connty conventions must be held not later than Wednesday, March 18th, 1896. The chairman and secretary of precinct meetings will certify a list of delegates eiectea to tne cnairman oi county commit' tees. The chairman and secretary of county conventions will certify a list of the dele gates elected to the Territorial convention, ana man the same to tbe secretary of tbis committee at Santa Fe, on or before tbe 20th day of March, 1896. B. L. Bartlbtt, Chairman Republican Central Committee. Max Frost, (Secretary. THURSDAY EVENING, MAR. 19, 1896. It all depends on how one looks at the matter, and evidently the New York World did not use the X-rays, when it stated: v , New Mexico complains that its citizens are in danger ot being nickel-plated by a bill introduced in the senate for tbe private purposes of Senator Brloe and his financial friends. Mr. Brice is very dead, political ly,, but it seems that bis ruling passion sur INDIANA SHNTIMICNT. The strength of the tide of MoKIn ley Ism, which It is claimed is sweeping through Indiana, will be praotloally determined to day, at tbe conventions that are la progress in all the congres sional districts, (or tbe selection oi delegates to the national republican convention at St, Louis. Up to the time of Gen. Harrison's announcement that ha did not wish to be regarded as a candidate, it seemed to be a settled (act that a solid delegation in bis In terest would go to St. Louis; but with tbe refusal of the ex-president to be re garded as in any way in the field, there seemed to-be a general reaction throughout tbe state in favor of the eandldaoy of tbe Ohio man. Teople In a position to know, assert that these eonditions are not particularly pleas, ing to tbe ex-president, and he is stated to have said to some of bis intimate friends that be did not believe that tbe best interests of the party would be sub served by .the nomination of the apostle of protection, although he was not opposed, to' him. on personal grounds. Whether or not the taoiturn aud secretive ex-president did actually express himself in this vein, it is cer tain at least that he has not allowed bis tongue to commit him publicly , to any approval of JUajor McKiqley's eandidacy, and there are said to be good reasons for 'the belief that he feels something more than kindly dig posed toward the ambitions of Senator Allison, of Iowa, who possesses many characteristics, personal and public, in harmony with those ot the die tingulshed Indiana statesman. Extra ordinary efforts have, been put out to spread in the country distriots the ini pression that the selection of MoEinley delegates would be a direot slap at General Harrison, but the minds of tbe rural . Hooslers have been pretty well disabused of tbis idea by the outspoken utterances of the country press. The state convention to select delegates-at- large will not be beld until May 7th, but the district conventions, to-day, will practically set at rest the question of the preference of the. republicans of the state oq the presidential issue. A CATHOLIC COLONY. The JONtabllMhmuut of tit. Edwards Church In ICrtdy. From the Eddy Argus. . The Catholic Citizen, published Milwaukee, Wisconsin, recently had the following regarding; tbe appoint. ment ol Key. Herman Kempker to the onarge of n,auy parish : "Kev. Herman Kempker, of Presoott, Arizona, has been reoontly appointed by wgbt ueverend Iiourgad. bishop Arizona, to take charge- of tbe parish of Eddy, New Mexico. St. Edwards church, in Eddy, was erected some three years ago, under the auspices the Carmelite Fathers, who visited the place from time to time, as tbe oongre gation wns not strong enough, numer loally, to sustain a priest permanently Arrangements have now been com pleted for the establishment of a strong uatnouo coiony in tne reoos valley, ana a priest will permanenuynflida Eddy. ': " The amount of land available for settlement amounts to about 260,000 acres, of whioh 5,000 acres are within a mile or two of tbe railway station Florenoe, Eddy eounty, New Mexico a pretty townsito all planted wljh shade trees. - All tbe land in the Peeos valley farmed by irrigation, by whioh abso lute certainty of One crops is assured Most of the land is a chocolate colored loam and very fertile. All of it ditched and . arranged for immediate cultivation, there being no timber to cut or stumps to pull. Most of the oountry is open prairie land, and what grubbing there is to be done will not exceed in cash fifty cents to' f 2 per acre. All tbe standard crops of the Unit ed States do well there, but the best financial results are obtained from raising hogs, growing fine fruits, which yield remarkably well, and from grow lng commercial truck, like cabbagi onions, cauliflower, celery, potatoes, etc., for which there is an unlimited market in Texas, Louisiana, and other southern states, during the winter months. .?''' The land In tbe colony will be sold on ten annual payment terms, and very cheap, considering that every acre carries with it a perpetual water right, thereby making results almost absolutely certain. .. , ...... lull information can be obtained by addressing Reverend Herman Kempker, box 45, Eddy, New Mexico SILVER AND PROTECTION, New Mexioo is in favor of free silver; no one, irrespective of party, will deny this statement, but let tbe next admin is trail on give ns protection on onr wool and wo can abide the time when the east can see that ' free coinage of silver at a ratio of 16 to 1 is not a local question, but the great solution for the nation's financial distress. It is the general opinion in the east that those who advocate free silver are those who have silver to sell, and while, free sil ver would mate millionaires out oi a few silver mine owners, it would jeop ardize the credit of the country in so doing. Nothing could be farther from the truth than this. The stoppage of the coinage of silver has locally been a blessing in disguise to the stale of Colorado, and those who have paid attention and given thought to what industry will bring New Mexioo to tbe front in the most speedy manner, and make her name known throughout the . world have oorae to the conclusion that her gold mines can do so, and will prove the means to that end. New Mexico should make the tariff on wool tbe one great question and, with that, she oan live under a single standard much better than can the east. The silver question is a question of education, and New Mexioo republicans can ill afford to stand in their own light on protection for the sake of forcing those who need free coinage most into seeing it. The Rincon Weekly must be short on white paper, as its last Tuesday's issue was printed on green. Or was the color merely intended as a joke, Fred? : " A member of the West Virginia . delegation in the house, who is known to keep an unusually sharp eye on the trend of national politics,, as well as tbe course of affairs within the borders of his home . state, expresses the opinion that if Senator Stephen B. Elkins can be prevailed on to give his assent, a lusty boom for his presidential candid acy win ub put ou iue market py me West Virginia republicans, at tbe meeting of the state league of repub lican clubs, in Charleston, next week The people of his state are urging that the West Virginia delegation be allow ed to present his name to the St. Louis convention, but so far the senator has avoided making a direct statement in regard this phase of his-presidential aspirations. ' The West Virginia con gressman, in speaking further on the subject, significantly called attention to the fact that Senator-elect Foraker, of Ohio, who had tacitly signified his wil lingness to be- tbe guest of honor at the Charleston banquet, had sinoe found it necessary in maintaining his difficult relations with the McKinley candidacy, to send a letter declining the Invitation of the West Virginians, on the ground of pressing business. Tbe Ohio senator's place will be taken by Governor Bradley, of Kentucky, who has accepted an invitation to ad dress the state lesgne. Bantz's Decision. From the Rincon Weekly. When forbearanoe had about ceased to be a virtue, and honest people had arrived at tbe conclusion that Bantz would allow partisanship to control him, lo, and behold I along oomes that worthy iwith a decision, which subse quent events show, is but a decision in name only; After malting every- pos sible effort lo oount out Numa Uey-I niond as sheriff, alter having thrown out forty-tbree legally-cast republican votes, and then finding that by no con nivance could he defeat the will of tbe people in so far as the shrivalty elec tion is concerned, he rendered a deci sion that Numa Reymond was elected sheriff by fourteen majority. But this is not tbe end. When an attorney rep. resenting Mr. Keymond presented him self before tbis "eminent jurist" with the sheriff's bond, "his honah" refused to approve same, on tbe ground that the democratic managers of the fraud ulently-acting sheriff had given notice of appeal by wire. This man Bantz appears to be under tbe control of tbe crowd that are trying to run things in Dona Ana county. Which Is it, Mr. Jedge, fear or ignorance? Great is Bantz. After "Hyland." From tbe Rincon Weekly, From the present outlook . John P Hyland-O'Connor, whilom editor of the defunct Rincon Shaft, will shortly learn the truth of Congreave's words that "bell bath no fury like a woman scorned." Mrs. O'U.-H. No. 2, who is now in El Paso, threatens to nave the gay old Lothario brought before tbe statute of weeping justioe and explain away polygamous tendencies or do penance therefor. " O'Connor is now living on the fat of the land in Mis souri, wlfey No. 1 having recently in herited $4,000. Tbe wily Captain Jack smoothed the troubled waters in that quarter by informing bis Missouri better-half that the New Mexioo female in the case was but a wife in name only. And Mrs. New Mexico O'Con nor-Hyland, in that tone so familiar to the tragedienne, cries for vengeance In either case tbe future prospects are not very glittering for the captain. If the New Mexico woman was married to him he's in it for bigamy; if not, then the Edmund's law will cover his case, Sort of a "devil and the deep sea proposition. To be kept thoroughly well posted on tbe news of such an eventful year as 1896 promises to be, a person should read the columns of a live.wide-swake metropolitan paper, besides - the county or local newspaper. Now is tbe proper time to begin a yearly sub scription, which will cover the presi dential campaign, the great speeches. tbe November election and the out oome of - all tbe wars and troubles abroad. If intending subscribers will beed a word of advice they will send $1 to the TuHce-a-Week " Republic. They will receive in return twice every week for a year a copy of the spiciest, newsiest and most en tertaining newspaper in the oountry The Twicea-Week Republic will make a specialty of giving all the political news and speeches on both tides and at the same time keeping up the very entertaining departments it has always contained. A big inducement is offered to those who become so interested that only daily metropolitan paper ' Will meet their wants. The Daily and Sunday tiepubtic nas been reduced to only SO year or $3 for six months. ; Popular Magazines FOR THE H02E. FRANK LESLIE'S OOPULAR MONTHLY Contains each Month t Original Wf Color Frontispiece ; 12S uuarco pages oi Keamnf matter! IUU Nw ana i.:n-isss 'Hons; Mora Literary Matter and Illustra tions than any other Magailne In America. zscts.; jb I car. Hirsch & Thompson, of Hillsboro, are now sacking tbe ore as they take it down in the mine, and will ship their entire product lo the Li raso smelter. Nona But Ayer's at the World's Pair. Ayer's barsapanlla enjoys tbe ex traordinary distinction of having been! tbe only blood puriher 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 I all turned away under the application of the rule forbidding the entry of patent medicines and nostrums. Thel decision of the Wot Id's fair authorities I in favor of Ayer's Sarsaparilla was In effect as follows: "Ayer's Sarsaparilla I is not a patent medicine, ft does noil belong to tbo list ot nostrums. It is I here on its merits." rs Frank Leslie's Ptat E; FOR BOYS AND CIRLS A' Drtirtit. Wholesome. Juvenile Monthly. FiiIIt Illustrated. The best writers for young people oontrlbnU to It. 10 ota. j (1 a year. Frank Leslie' Publishing Rouse, 42-44 Bond St.,lN.rr jS New York. (tniU t-J Vn1 f" tW Smd to fWin taUt't pnbtitMng HouM, If. T, for Him Ilivrfnuarf rnrnium LUt, fYf. It i"ior A OIlEAT noOK FRER. When Dr. R( V. Pierce, of Buffalo, K. T., yublUlied the first edition of bin great work, ine i-eopics common Sense Medical Adviser, lie announced that after 680,000 copies had been sum at tne regular price. $r.jo per copy, the profit on which would repay Whim -THE- him for the great amount of labor ana money tx- E ended in producing: it, e would distribute the next half million free. As this number of copies bus already been sold, ha is now Hiving awav. absolutely free. 400.000 copies of this moat complete, interesting; and valuable common sense medical work ever published the recipient only being required to mail to him, ataVJjova address, twenty-one (31) bne-cent stamps to cover cost of maillne only, and the book will be sent post-paid. It is a veritable medical library, complete in one volume. Contains 1008 pages, profusely illustrated. The Free Edition is precisely the same as that sold at $1.50 except only that the books are in strong manilla paper covers instead of cloth. Send mow before all are given away.. 1 11 Blossoming trees is now the rule- In the Pecos valley. At tbe La Ruerta home of Rudolph Bremond it is esti mated that there are 800 trees in bloom peaches, apricots and greengage plums are the varieties. In all, the acreage planted to orchard is about six, all of which will be a mass of blos soms in another wees: or two. Why Hove You Been stricken with disease while your neigh bor escaped, or vice-versa? Both were alike exposed, but In one case the the disease germs found lodgement In the Impure blood and weak ened system,whlle in the other, tbe blood was kept pure by Hood's Sarsaparlila, and the body was In a condition of good health. IIaVa PUIe are purely vegetable and do not purge, pain or gripe. Bold by all druggists. I'm CV IIKTITIITC IlLLLLI IIIUIIIUILl 18th and Curtis 8ts. DENVER' COLORADO. - For tne cure of LIQUOR, OPIUM, NEB- VOUS DISEASES, - and '- , ; TOBACCO HABIT. Best and most : thoroughly equipped Ceeley Institute tn the United BUtes. Homelike and comfortable In all Its ap pointments. An absolute and permanent ears. Ladles treated privately. Corre spondence confidential, MIKE W. BURKE. Local Representative. CHURCH DIRECTORY. 1 1 1 pRESBYTEKIAN CHURCH. REV. NORMAN SKINNER, Pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. lunday school at 9:45 a. m. Society of vnrnuaa nnaeavor at o:o p. m. aii people are coraiuuv weioomea. Btraugera and sojourners are invited to Lworsnip wun us. , . . jrjAPTISl' CHURCH. , J A. A. tiAYTON, Pastor. Bunaayscnooi at v:40a. m. rreaonlnaM services at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. B. Y. P. U. at 7:15 p. m. . All are cordially invited to attend Its services. .. T7UBBT MKTHODIST EflSOOFAL CHUltCfl -- HAKMAN J, HOOVER, Pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. Preaching at 11 a. m., followed by thirty minutes ciass meeting, upworcq tieague at I :uu p. m. Evening service at 7 :Su p. m. The - pastor and members extend, to all;" the welcome of this -church, and will be pieawu w m you at 11a services. Climax, Htnr, newsboy, worse Htioe, l'irmr Ueidsleck. Something Uood, uio nouestr, Clipper Navy, Boot Jack, A nob or, . No Tax, ' Pure Bluff, ; . Natural Leaf B. T. Grave'r, superior, W. N, T., CV of Bight, Kodak, Pride of Kentucky. Yueatan Twist, , Healtb and Prosperity, Popular Prices. . J. B. MACKEL, TotecClLt Exchange Hotel, west side Plasa, Las Vegas. West A Complete Stock of Imported, : Mexican and Domestic Key And a complete stock of Fancy Smoking Tobaeoa; also Pipes and Walking Canes and tbe best line ol fine Chewing fobaoco. Other brands of tobacco too numerous to mention, and will be sold at wholesale and retail at tbe lowest prlo.s. All kinds of pipes oieaned and repaired neatly at lowest pries. 8' JT. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH. General Broker. 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. Gen eral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under tne ; v United States Land Laws. HENRY C. PARKMAN, Minister , in Charge. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO Geo. H. Hutchison & Co. (Services at 11 a. m day school at 10:00 Fi and 7:80 p. m. m. Sun- Saturday afternoon while Nemacio Olona, of Springer, was riding bis running horse, exercising him, tbe animal became a little too fraotious, throwing him to the ground so as to alight on his head. It was thought for a time be was dangerously hurt, but be recovered consciousness in a few moments. No bones were broken. The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others There has been a general changing of ditch riders of late. Ernest Baloomb, who formerly looked after the district around Kddy, is now located at Hager- man. W. S. Knowles has been moved from Malaga to snooeed Baloomb, and C. H. Bonney, of Florenoe, sue seeds Knowles at Malaga. $800 Reward. ExltCCTIVB OFFICE. 1 Cut of Santa Fa, Tkbhitort o N. m . Whereas, On the 8th day of Febroarv. 1896,. Dionlcio Gallegos m vsteriously disap peared from the town of Raton, and Terri tory of New Mexico, and is supposed to have been murdered by persons who are now fuKitlves from lust Ice. Now, therefore, for the purpose of caus ing; tbe arrest and conviction or tne party or parties guilty of tbis crime, I, W. T. Thornton, governor of tbe Territory of New Mexico, do hereby offer a reward of S300. to be paid out of tbe Territorial treas ury from funds appropriated for rewards, upon tbe arrest of the guilty party or par ties, said reward to be payable out of funds appropriated for the . forty-sixth fiscal year. Done at tbe executive office, tbis, the 7th day of Marcb, A. 11. vm. . Witness my hand and tbe arrest seal of the Territory ol new Mexico. W. T. tHOBNTOK. Governor of the Territory of New Mexioo. jjy tne governor: Lorion Miller, Secretary of New Mexico, .have '' Real Estate, Mines, and Property For Sale or Lease. PROPERTY FOR SALE: House and lot, next to Central Hotel cheap. . Store house, on leased . lot good ousiness property. Kanch, 16 aores; under ditch: good wire fence; fish tank, eight feet deep two miles from Las Vegas. Restaurant, complete fixtures; seven rooms, three furnished doing good business. - j Two good lots in Dallas, Texas to trade for Las Vegas property. . Small ranch, 16 aores, under ditch, tank, all wire fence, 4-room house, stable, X mile from Las Vegas a bar gain.'; ; - " . .. , - : Ranob, 300 acres, 19S - cultivated, 105 pasture, feood orchard, 4-wire cedar post fence, river water, large 6' room bouse, furnished ; one half cash, one halt notes or trade. - mile from depot. - v : : , All letters ol enquiry promptly an swered. Office, New Optio hotel. - Gko. H. Hutchison & Co. 'riday Evening prayer. 4:30 d. m. avervone coroiaiiv uieae services. Invited to attend "1HURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CON- v CEPTION. . FATHER T. P. O'KEEFE, Pastor. Masses will be said at 6:30 and 9:00 a. m, Sunday school at 8 p.m. vespers and benediction, of tbo Blessed Bacrament. at 7 :BO p. m. Dally morning mass at 8:80 a. m. oermonat niga mass, at V:OU a. m. flHURCH OF OUR LADY OF BOR- ROWS. . VERY REV, JAS. H. DEFOURI, Pastor. Ray. Macbicb Olieb, Assistant. First mass, for winter season, at 8:30 a. m. Becond mass, for winter season, at 8 a. m. Higb mass for winter season, at I 1U:U0 a. m. Sunday school at B:O0 p. Vespers and Benediction at 4:00 p. m. . Tbe Fathers will preach Doth In Jiinglisn ana BpaniBn. Wholesale and Retail , Liquors and tigers. EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. -Tin nrrnr5 !'' ''"''f RATHBUN SHOE CO Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. M. M ONTEFIORE CONGREGATION. REV. L. 8CHREIBER, Pastor In Charge. Services every Friday, 6 p. m. ; Sunday morning, ll a. m.; nunday sonooi, every Saturday morning, 8:30 to 12 o'clock, and Sunday mornings, from 10 to 11 o'olook. A. M.E. CHURCH. Riv. G. W. TOL80N, Pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 3:00 p. m. Services at 7:30 p. m. Singing and prayer meeting,- Wednes- aay evening. TIME TABLES. CHAFFIN & DUNCAN, Livery and Sale Stable. GOOD BIOS AND L1TELY, GENTLE V: TEAMS. Horses boarded by the day or month. Will keep on hand all kinds of Hay, Grain and Feed. Lowest prices guaranteed. Agents for the cele brated Mitchell Wagon. Give us a call : . DOUGLAS AVUNUE, EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. Santa Fe Route IV E A ( LI E J FHDEHSED TIME TABLE. Are built In the Largest IGYGLES. and Best Equipped va a WtfpIlN theWorld. J. A. La ugh re n, the Farmlngton merchant, was in Durango, Colo. Mr. Langbren says the people of Farming- ton have information which encour ages them to believe that tbe Albti- querque-Durango railroad . will begin construction before long. George Richardson, Adolph Reading and Harry Schwartz have taken a working leaso on the Catherine" i down at Hillsboro. CURED AS IF BY MAGIC. Victims of Lost Manhood should send at once tor a nook that explains how iuu mauiy visor is easily, qnlokly and permanently restored. Mo man Buffering from weakness can af- ford to ignore this ninety aavice. Book tells hntr . ki.M.iuuu u auu wud itrv impartea to every portion of the body. Sent with poeitive proofs (sealed) free toanymanonappUoation. ERIE MEDICAL CO.-BUFFALO,!.. Y. WK8TWARD No. 8. No.l 8TAT.CNS EA8TW4HD NO.il. 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P. 8AVILLE, Haas TIT ANTED, for Investors with TT Cash, developed MINES. Money furnished for developing mining HKUSi'EUrS. Good Gold, Silver and Copper properties can be SULJJ QU1C&LY by auurcssmg tne . - I AMEBIC AX MINING EXCHANGE, ..... noRion, aiasa. , , 6 !6pm 9 10pm 11 ztjpm euapm 9 loami Gallup 1 65pm Wlnslow 4 vopui Flavian 6 05pmlLos Angeles 2 35pnii 8 40am 7 27 im 8 46pm 7 00im 800pm To Health-Seekers. The Blake Ranch, on the head of the Klo Sapello, Is now prepared to receive a limit- sa numoer 01 noaraers. inis rsncn is located in the heart of tbe mountains, amid tbe most beautiful scenery in the world, wbere brook; trout and wild game offer ample diversion for the nlmrod or anyone seecing out-aoor sport, it is located only twenty-five miles from Las Vegas, and within eight miles of the Rio Pecos, and only three miles from tbe headwaters of tbe Rio Qalllnas. Address. .' Address Mrs. J. F. Blake, Roclada, or ln inlre for conveyances and rates of W. K. rites, jcast Las Vegas, W. M. i.tr. HLAKK, 77-tf . Rooiada. H. M. Rady Inlornatloa The following statistical information should bs out out and pasted on vour of nee aets tor future ana . frequent refer ence: - . DISTANOK8 FROM LAS VXOA8, Miles Raton no Springer ......70 wagon moudu Watruus. San Mlirael... Glorleta lamr.iu,).. Santa Fe Cerrlllos...... Albuquerque Los Lunas.... a ' San Marclal....... .20 ..29 ..Mi ..66 . 831 ..82 .152 208 .285 Las Oruces .Mil El Faso -swill Demlna '..80S Sliver uitv 411 Trinidad ..... 1H1 La Junta 21s Denver 896 Miles ....80 ...7110 ...770 Pueblo...... ,., TopeHtt......... Atchison Kansas City.... St. Louis Chicago Washington... PblladelDlila .. Naw York,..;., Boston... .. Tucson ,. Chihuahua1.... City of Mexico. 1.0s Angeles ......i,S8 'an Dleira 1.098 San Francisco... 1.S1S Guaymas 908 L. V. Hot Springs. .. .8 WhlteOalcs .direct, . ICO baivesion, uirect. .vw ..1,063 I,7S -9,088 . 2,097 2,187 .9.419 .. 698 . 612 1 612 .1045am!anFrancls 6 80pm . HOT 8WHOS BBAHCH. Additional Trains on Sundays, Leave Arrive I.pai a . Arrtvn Las Vegas rSprlngs Springs Las Vegas woe am luuoam je i pm a 46 pm 0 u a mi pm 0 ou pm 7 uv pm SDHDAT. . Leave Arrive Leave Arrlvn Springs. Las Vegas, las Vegas, eurlnars IS noon. 12 95 pm. 14 SO pm 1 OOpm Nos. 8 and I are solid vnaflhnlprt lmtoA trains, composed of dining cars. Fullman paiace urawing room cars and clialr cars between Chlcaao and Ins Ansaiea. Hnn ni- - Nos, 1 and , Pacific and Atlantic express, un.viuuiunii i'aint- uiawiug'nuai cars, iuuiuiiihwviuhvubvuu cuauiies ueiween Chicago and Los Angeles. San lileira and V.M 1 O U.l . . .1 . I - have tourist sleeping cars between Chica go and Albuaueruue. and Pu.lman nninna cars and coaclies between Cnlcago and the 411 Ul OIVAICU, &. (JOPKLANDV uen. Agent, m l'aso.Tex. W. 11 Brownk, T. F. P. A., 1 Paso, Tex. CuAS.f. JOME8, Agent, Las Vegas, N.M. The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co. 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