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Including Ohaperlto, uallinaS springs, Ki uuervo, Bell Uanch, Liberty and Kndee, tri -weekly. on uonuay, weunesuar aim rriuay, ui each week, and arrive on altornate days luciu'nncArmM VF.nsjva MOCllACY. Tba honest, eonoloutlutis ihoulJ slop Bod ask himself party bus sei Ved blm bestt and pare bis condition now to whai Harrison' administration. voter wbletl com It was Tben The Las Vegas to Mora, Including Los Alamos, etto, Ban ignauio emu awinua, sri iklv. on Tuesdav. Thursday and rlatur day, of eacb week, and arrive oa alternate Bapello, weexi llAtl Las Vegas to Lesperance, oace a week on Saturday. Conveyance on Fort Sumner line. Is b two-horse buekboard. on Fort Hascoman Mora lines by single-horse buekboard, To Lesperance by private conveyance usually spring wagon. . Call for a Republican Territorial - Convention. , A convention of the republican party of New Mexico Is hereby called to meet at the city of Albuquerque, on Monday, the 23rd dav of March. 1896. to nominate six dele gates and six alternates, to represent the Territory of New Mexico in the National republican convention, to be beld in the citv of St. Louis, on the 16th day of June, 1896. 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, 5 delegates. Rio Arriba, 7 delegates. Ban Juan, 1 delegate. Ban Miguel, 11 delegates. Santa Fef 8 delegates. Sierra, 3 delegates. Socorro, 8 delegates, Taos, 5 delegates. Union, 2 delegates, Valencia, 8 delegates, Total, 93 dele gates. County committees are Instructed to make all proper arrangements for the holding of county conventions and the se lection of delegates, . Under existing rules, alternates are not alio wed, and proxies cannot be recognized, unless held by a resident of the same coun ty as the delegate for whom the holder of the proxy acts. County conventions will be composed of delegates chosen at precinct mass meet ings. y .- .,.--'. County committees will arrange for and call precinct mass meetings, naming the exact ume ana place. Where no county committee exists, tb member of the Territorial central commit tee will perform the duties of the oounty committee and will call precinct mass meetings. County conventions must be beld not later than Wednesday, March 18th, 1896 ine cnairnian ana secretary of precinc meetings will certify a list of delegates eieciea co tne cnairman or county commit tees. The chairman and secretary of county fcuiiveuuuus win canity a list oc tne dele gates elected to the Territorial convention and mail the same to the secretary of this committee at Santa Fe, on or before the Mia day of March, 1896. E. L. fiiRTLStT. Chairman Republican Central Committee, max r bost, Secretary. in we were a prosperous people flag everywhere was respeotod ; money was abundant, and there was nowhere any popular stress in financial matters Our manufactories were employing full complement of men, and tbt If and enterprise and Industrial energy were the rule everywhere. But the present udminislfatlon brought us the worst financial panto ever known to our history four months after it was in. augurated, and there has been con ttnued industrial prostration and com meicial depression ever since. There has also been an appalling increase in the national debt of over $200,000,000 So much for the applied pnnolples of the democratic party to the govern ment of the country. The American people understand this, and are not slow to traoe effeots to their causes They have grown sick of free trade doctrines, and demand in unmistakable tones protection to American industries and American produots, We are a great and rich people, wo have a country of unbounded re sources, and we have unlimited faith in our future. The democratic party bas taught us that it does not know how to rule, and the people have weighed it in the balances and found it wanting, As, a consequence, the revolt from it in the next presidential campaign will be overwhelming.' Men ,will not vote blindly, for the past three years have been educational years, a stern school in which we have been taught the value of a vote, and been made to real ize that every vote stands' for a prioci pie of government, aff.cting all the economic relations of sooioty. Exper ienoe has been a stern teacher, but if we have learned the lesson' thoroughly that she has given us, we shall in the end be none the worse off for the ex periment that we have tried, but in the future shall be able to govern our. selves more wiselv, and shall adhere more-firmly to that political faith through which we have always been successful and prosperous to a degree that has aroused the wonder and the envy of all nations. to A bill was introduced into the house of representatives, March 16th, to permit owners of mining claims on rest reservations of the United States perfect their title thereto, and to procure a patent thdrelor, ana also granting to ihe owners of such claims right of way for railroads. A proviso is attached, limiting this right to min ing claims on forest reservations, not on national parks. ' MOTHERS! MOTHERS!! To know that a. warm bath with Cutlcura Soap and a single appli cation of Cutlcura (ointment), the great skin cure, will afford instant relief, permit rest and sleep, and point to a speedy, permanent, ana economical cure f the most tor turing and disfiguring of itching, burnine. and scaly humors, and not to use them without a moment's delay is to fail In your duty. Cures made in childhood are speedy, econ omical, and permanent. . . Bold throughout the world. Portia Dace amu Cusk.C'ohp.. Sole Props , Boston, U. B. A. - " All about Baby's BklD, mailed free. - KW Baby's Skin Itlemlshes and slmpl naoy raarjos preveowo. oy liausan awir. If tired, aching, nerroos mothers knew the comfort, strength, and vitality In Cutlcura Plasters, they would never be Wttboul mem. in every way wm purest, sweetest, and best Of plasters. 86c., t for 11. - ERRATIC TREASURE HUNTER Brazilian Minister at Washington - Interviewed In Regard to La cuerda 's Credentials. - SATURDAY EVENING, MAR. 2i; 1898. Ik all those interested in a "citizen' movement meet in a 12x14 office, there is really nothing serious about it. With Numa Reymond for, sheriff, and Pat Garrett as undersheriff, in Dona Ana county, the beginning of the end for the Dona Ana county gang, of cut-throats and murderers is in view . A subscriber to the Citizen in Albu querque wants the protection , of the city against bicyclists, and claims that he was knocked down in the street by a reckless lady rider, and now has bump on bis bead as large as a part ridge egg. . Thr republicans of San Juan county have selected VV. H. Williams, a well known and popular merchant at Aztec, to represent them at the Albuquerque convention. The news from that oounty is that at the November elec tion the republicans expect to be sue ceseful and elect their entire legislative and county ticket. " The people all over the country are beginning to see that politioal move' ments that go under the cover of peo ple's," "citizen's," "independent," "unionist,1' etc , are without principle or honest purpose, and are always made np of about the same class of people either chronic kickers or scheming politicians. ' llAitVEr B. Fergusson, H. L. War ren and A. B. Fall made every possible effort to induce Jndge Santz, of the third district, to grant a re-hearing in the Reymond-Ascarate shrivalty case, after the judge had decided that Rey mond was legally elected. Fortunately for the good of southern New Mexico, and the fair fame ot the entire Terri t ry, the judge was firm enough to re sist, and stood by his decision. The great interest these three democratic lawyers bad in this case is, to say the least, . peculiar, but of course, thef merely acted as attorneys. Socobbo county republicans, at the convention held on ihe 18th, elected the following delegates to the Albuquer que convention : . W. E. Martin, Jose E. Torres, Silas Alexander, W. S. Williams, Domingo Baca, F. O. Blood, Djmetrlo Perez and E ias E. Basa. The delegation goes uninstruoted. None But Ayer's at the WoVld's Pair. Ayer's Sarsaparilla enjoys the ex traordinary distinction of bavin? been tne only blood punher 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 iorbidding the entry of patent medicines and nostrums. The decision of the World's fiir authorities in favor of Ayer's Sarsaparilla was in effect as follows: "Ayer's Sarsaparilla is not a patent medicine. It does not belong to tho list of nostrums. It is here on Us merits . " Ralph Hoyt, tbe lecturer, who will arrive in Raton the 27th or 28th inst. on his wav east on a leoturins tour.has consented to scop over in that place and give a lecture in the opera, .house. The exaot date and bis subject will be announced later. . From tbe Albuquerque Democrat. Washington, D. C, March 20th The daily chronicles of . the doings of that romantic individual, SenOr Don Lacuerda, have aroused in our house hold almost as much interest - as did the performance of Albuquerque's pre vious wonder, Francis Schlatter, and the lime of arrival of tbe Democrat has been looked forward to eacrerlv for tbe latest developments in tbls man's do ings,': At first, I was disposed to think be might be what be represented him self, but when he began to make rather incredible statements, as well as love to the fair ones of suosbineland, I con eluded he might be otherwise than the warlike son' of the Brazilian minister of war. Of course, that statement of the treasure hunter was easily substaoti ated or disproved, but it did not occur to me to make any inquiries until I saw the statement In the Demo- crat that Senor Lacuerda bad been in correspondence with the Brazilian min ister in Washington. Tben I con eluded to pay that functionary a visit, show him the notices in the Democrat and learn whether the treasure hunting son oi mars was reauy wnat be pre tended to be. Acting on the impulse of the mo ment I called at tbe Brazilian minister's house this morning at 11 o'clock. And this, in substance, is what learned after my mission had been explained ana tne different clippings bad been carefully read by Senor Salvador de Mendonca, as we sat on a sofa in his library: ' "Tbe name of tbe Brazilian minister of war is not Lacuerda. I do not know this man and have not bad any tele graphic or other correspondence with bim. He may not be an imposter. these statements would indicate - tn he is not always truthful, if - he has been correctly reported. I will say that there are good families in Brazil bearing the name of Lacuerda and La- cerda. And this latter name reminds me that last summer, while I was spending the heated term in the Adi rondacks, I saw in a New York paper an account of the arrival from Para of a and of Gypsies, whose apta!a gave nis name as ivaceraa. lie carried about with him a small chest filled with English gold, with which he made quite . extensive purchases ot horses wagons and general supplies for his band, their headquarters being at an obscure hotel near the Battery. The captain gave out that he was going west, to Duy land, where be would establish a' colony . of his people, remember this account, beoauso the osptain of tbe band also announoed that he intended passing through Washington and pitying hit retpooti to the Dralllan minister, I laughingly said at tbe time that he could not be Very well informed, because t Was not expected to be in Washington during the summer, and the niaa would bedls. appointed In bis quest of mo. . "There may not be any connection between tbe gypsy captain who intend ed calling upon me, and your New Mex. lean treasure hunter, and again there may bo. At any rate I do not know the latter. I will soon have in my posses sion the latest issue of the Iiraziiitiu army register, when I can tell whether there is a Brazilian cflloer by the name of Lacuerda." . I give you this for the benefit of the Democrat's readers, and particularly my good frionds beyond the Manzano utains. Wallack W. Hitk. The U. S. Gov't Reports Show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others, Tbe Rt. Rev. Joseph Horsfall John, son, D. D., who has been at Santa Fe for his health, left that place with his family, for his new station at Los Angeles. ' , - - $800 Reward. Executive Officii, Cni or Santa Fb, Tbrkitouy of N. M. Whereas, On the 8th day of February, 1896, Dionicio Qallegosmvsterlously disap peared from tbe town of Baton, and Terri tory of New Mexico, and is supposed to have been murdered by persons who are now fugitives from justice. Now, therefore, for tbe purpose of caus ing tbe arrest and conviction of tbe party or oartiea Kulltv of tbis crime, I, W. T. Thornton, governor of the Territory of New Mexico, do hereby offer a reward of $800, to be paid out of tbe Territorial treat. ury iroin tunas appropriatea ror rewaras, upon tbe arrest of tbe Ruilty party or par ties, said reward to be payable out of funds appropriated for tne forty-sixtn neoal year. Done at the exeoutive office, this, the 7th day of March. A. D. 1896. Witness my band and the great seal of the Territory of New Mexico. W. T. Tborntob. Governor of the Territory of New Mexico. Hy tne governor: Loriom Miller, Secretary of New Mexico, - -THE- KEELEV ' iNSTfTUTE, ' 18th and Curtis Sta. DENVER COLORADO. V ., For the cure of LIQUOR, OPIUM, NER VOUS DISEASES, and,!"',, ' TOBACCO HABIT. Best and most thoroughly equipped Keeley Institute tn the United States. Homelike and comfortable In all Its ap pointments. An absolute and permanent cure. Ladles treated privately. Corre spondence confidential, MIKE W. BURKE. Local Representative. CHURCH MUECTOIIY. pUBBBYTKRIAH CHURCH. mV. NORMAN HKINNElti Pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:.10 p. m. Sunday school at 9:46 a. m. Boalety of Christian Endeavor at 6:43 p. in. Ail people are oordially welcomed. Strangers and sojourners are Invited to worskip with us. JJAPTIBT CHURCH. 5 A. A. LAYTON,' Pastor. , Bunday school at 0:45 a.m. Preaching services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. B, V. P. U. at 7:15 p. m. All are oordially Invited to attend Its services. T711R8T METHODIST E HARM AN J. HOOVER, 1SCOFAL CUUBCH Pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m followed by thirty minutes olass meeting. Kpwortb League at 7 :00 p. m. Evening service at 7:30 p. m. Tba pastor and-members extend, to all, tbe welcome of this cburcb, and will be pleased to see you at its services. ST. PAUL'B EPISCOPAL CHURCH. HENRY C. PARKMAN, Minister In Charge. Geo. H. Hutchison & Co. Bun- HAVE Services at 11 a. m, and 7:80 p. m, day scnooi at iu :w a. m. . Friday Evening prayer, 4:80 p. m. Everyone cordially Invited to attend these services. Real Estate. Mines, and Mining Property For Sale or Lease. CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CON i CEPTION. FATHER T. P. O'ZEEFE, Pastor. Masse, will be said at 6:80 and 9:00 a. m, Sunday school at 8 p.m. Vespers and benediction, of tbe Blessed Sacrament, at 7:80 p. m. Daily morning mass at 8:80 a. m. tsernjou, at mgn mass, at ;uu. a. Miss Sophia McBroum, who has been visiting Mrs. W. ti. Urton, at Rdswell, for the past two weeks, left (ar .ber Jtome. with Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw. . . THE pain that some times strikes a man at the most inoppor tune moment is due to indigestion. It may come in tbe midst of a dinner and make the feast a mockery. It i. a reminder that, he may not eat what lie chooses, nor when he chooses. t r ; . -l . t. - weakness of his stomach. ' A man's health and strength de- end upon what he gets out of his food, 'his depends on his digestion. Constipa tion stops digestion. Remove the obstruc tion by taking Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They are a positive cure for constipation and its attendant ills headaches, sour stomach, flatulence, dizziness, biliousness and " heartburn." The " Pellets " are very gentle in their action. They simply assist nature. They give no violent wrench to the system. They cause no pain, nor griping. Send ! one-cent stain ds to cover cost of enailiug only, and receive free a copy of Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser. Address, World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. To Health-Seekers. The Blake Raueh, on the head of the Rio Bapello, is now prepared to receive a limit ed numDer oi noaraers. this ranch Is located in tbe heart of the mountains, amid the most beautiful soenery in the world, where brook trout and wild game offer ample diversion for the nimrod or anyone seeking out-door sport. It is looated only twenty-five miles from Las Vegas, and within eight miles of the Rio Peoos. and only three miles from the headwaters of the Rio Oallinas. Address, Address Mrs. J. P. Blake, Rooiads. or In quire for conveyances and rates of W. K. writes, Hast lias vegas, jx. m. j.r. blakb, 77-tf Roeiada, N.M. PROPERTY FOR SALE: House and lot, next to Central Hotel cheap. Store house, on leased lot good business property. : , Ranch, 164 sores; under ditch; good wire fenoe; 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. bmaii ranch, 16 acres, nnder ditch, tank, all wire fence, 4-room house, stable, mile from Las Vegas a bar gain. Ranch, 800 acres, 196 cultivated, 105 pasture, good orchard, 4-wire cedar post fence, river water, large 6 room bouse, furnished ; one half cash, one half notes or trade. mile from depot. All letters of enquiry promptly an swered. Office, New Optic hotel. Geo. H. Hutchison & Co. FAILING MANHOOD General ami Nervous Debility. Weakness of" Body and Mind, Effects of Errors -Of Excesses In- Old or Yonng. Robust, Noblo Manhood fully Restored. How to Enlarore and Strengthen Weak. Un developed Portions of uoay, . jiDsointeiy nn-.. felling Home Treatmon t. Benefits In a day. IV from AO HtAtaa And Knntlan Countries. Send for Descriptive Book, ex- pronation and proofs, mailed (sealedj free. ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y. -MHCRCH OF OCR LADT OF 80B- V' ROWS. VKRT REV. JAB. H. DBFOURI, Pastor. Ray. Machicb Olikb, Assistant. First mass, for winter season, at 6:80 a. m. Becood mass, ror winter season, at a a. m. High mass for winter season, at 10:00 a. m. Sunday school at 8:00 p. m. Vespers and Beneiiction at 4:00 p. m. The rather, will preach botu in English and Spanish. . JJONTEFIOKE CONGREGATION.. , . REV. L. 8CHREIBER, Pastor in Charge. 1 Services every Friday, 8 p. m.; Sunday morning, 11 a. m.; Sunday school, every 8aturday morning, 9:80 to 12 o'clock, and Sunday mornings, from 10 to 11 o'clock. M. E. CHURCH. " T Rbv. G. W. TOLSON, Pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. Sunday school at B:uu p. m. Hervlces at 7:30 p. m. Singing and prayer meeting, Wednes aay evening. . , Climax. Star, N.wshoy, Hurts Shoe, Pltr Ileidsieck, Something Good, Old llonenry, Clipper Navy, " boot Jack, Anchor, No Tax, PureBlufl. Natural Leaf It. TV Gravely, superior, W. N. T., Out of Bight, Kodak, Pride of Kentnoky, Yucatan Twist, Health and Prosperity, Popular Prices. J. B. MAOKEL, MaccoiLt Exchange Hotel, west side Plana, Las Vegas. A Complete Stock of Imported, Key West , Mexican and Domestic ADd a complete stock of Fancy Smoking Tobaooo; also Pipes and Walking Canes and the best lino of fine Chewing Tobaooo. Other brands of tobacco too numerous to mention, aad will be sold at wbolosale and retail at tbe lowest prioee. Ail kinds of pipes oleaned and repaired neatly at lowest prices. General Broker. ; Land Grants, Improved Ranches, Native Cattle, Improved Cattle, Cattle Ranges, Horses and Sheep, Real Estate. 2tc. Land Scrip of all Kinds, Territorial and Connty Warrants. Gen oral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under the ' United States Land Laws. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO ni Wholesale and Retail , Liquors and Cigars. EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M. BATH SHOE CO Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N, M. CHAFFIN & DUNCAN, Livery and Sale Stable. GOOD BIGS AND LIVELY, GENTLE '. TEAKS. .. ' 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 ' . DOUGLAS AV.fc.NUE, EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. Are built In the Largest I6YGLES. and Best Equipped Factory in the World. flight of gighljradeg. Men test They embody more points ot genuine merit than any other wheels made. No other machine stands so high In tbe estimation ot cyclists, because Waverleys are budt on ..In. lino, anil nn.nli.oar. full ..a 1 nu fnw tha (nvaatmant R.iv A Vlv. : I I I VI C. I AaLllo ' I erly and you will never be ashamed of your mount. Sanla Fe Bonte CONDENSED TIME TABLE. MADE BT INDIANA BICYCLE CO.,. INDIA ItAPOLIB, IND. J. F. Wright, Agt. i. H. TEITLEBAUM. P. BAVILLE, Mobs WtSTWABU No. 8. No.l. 8TAT.OSS Eastward ao.-i. no. A caravan of thirty-five wagons loaded with cement left Albuquerque for the Rio Fuerco, where tbe material will be used in the dam. Capt. J. W. Fleming, of Silver City,! U. S. inspector of ojal mines for New Mexico, arrived in Raton and is busy inspecting the several mines in that I vicinity. ... . . The Demlng ore sampler Is an en-1 terprlse ot great benefit to that section of the country, enabling the iwners to I obtain quick and accurate returns for I their ores, and leave the commission for sampling in the country where it I belongs. Rev. J. O. McCluiksn, evangelist of I San Jose, California, will hold revival I services at the Raton Baptist church, every evening for tbe next two weeks To be kept thoroughly well posted on the news of such an'event'ul year as leyfa 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 presl, dentlal campaign, the great speeches, tne .November election and tbe out come of all the wars and troubles abroad. If intending sobaotibers will heed a word of advice they will send $1 to the Twice a-Week Republic. xney win receive in return twice every week for a yesr a copy oi tbe spiciest, newsiest and most en tertaining newspaper in the country. Tbe Twice a- Week Republic will make specialty of Riving all tbe political news and speeches on both sides and at the same time keeping up the very entertaining departments it has always contained. , A big inducement is offered to those who beoome so interested that only a daily metropolitan paper will meet their wants. The Daily and Sunday Republic bas been reduced to Only f 6 a year or f 3 for six uiootbs, Mir. Charles G. fatuther Walla Walla, Wash. , Inflammatory Rheumatisni Much Treatment Without Avail Hood's Sarsaparilla Cffote Benefl clal Change In Constitution. "C. I. Hood A Co.. Lowell. Maas.i "Dear Sirs: At the age of 10 Tears I was confined to my bed with inflammatory rneumaiism. x was treated by a loeal physician, but relief only earn to ma with the warm weather. For U years doctoring did me but little o-nnrf. w. m.i .k..i ijb onange Hood's HareapariUa jj-.u iua,i m ue entire constitution. We concluded to give it a trial and It has Made a New Young Man of Me. After takinar the eont.nta nt thn. k ties 1 was able to walk a little. J have continued to take it and have not missed a day for six months. , During the bad Hood's Cores winter weather nor any time alnoe have I felt anv of tha nmntini h ot my rheomatlo trouble." Chas. Q. Famsbkh, Walla Walla, Washington. Hood's PHIS are purely vegetable and da m purge, pain or tripe. A II druggists. M j "ITtr ANTED, for Investors with 1 T Cash, developed MINES, Money furnished for developing mining PfiOSPEOTS. Good Gold, Silver and Copper properties can be SOLD QUICKLY by addressing the . . IAMKRICAN MINING EXCHANGE, Some Ready Information. Tbe following statistical Information should be cut out and pasted on your of fl for future and frequent refer ence: ' - DISTANCES FROM LAS VEOAS. "f ' ' Mile 6 00pm 9 loam 11 05:m 2 40pm 8 85pm 4 00pm Sttpm 8 85pm 1 65am 7 39am 8 15am 10 80am 12 10pm lOOOpmi Chicago i Kipin A.ansns Ullj 4 00pm S 4Gpiu v Mipm 7 (0pm 9 42 om li ur.pm vi ftupm 7 25pm 10 10pm 8 lOaui Topeka Newton Hutchinson Denver Colo.ttpr'gs rueoio Trinidad LAS VEQAS banta fa LosCerrlllos Albuquerq'e 10 30pm I uuim 6 00am 12 Suam 11 15pm o isprn 2 8:pm 12 50pm 8 25am i65ara 12 80am 10 30pm 8 45pm 8 80am SOupm S Oopm 10 85in 9 15am 8 Boam 6 ooam 4 2Sam 8 15pm 8 00pm 12 rpra 11 luam 9 20am The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co. TEITLEBAUM & SAVILLE, 109 Sixth Street,' Opposite San Miguel National Dank. ; UKTTING IT DOWN FINK. 110 45a ml 111 40am Doming El Paso Havana, Mexican and Domestio Cigars. Sole Agent' for !oooiS:::::::: celebrated 5 26pm 9 lopm ii 28pm vopm Baton no Springer 70 nagon mouuu 45 Watrous.. Saa MlKuel... Olorleta ...... Lam jr. Santa Fe Gerrlllos Albuquerque , l.os Lunas...., Socorro,."..., , San Marclal... Las Unices ... El Paso , , Demlng Silver City ... Trinidad .... . La Junta ...... Denver ........ ...20 , 29 65 ......65 83 , ....82 ....182 ....152 ....208 ....286 ,...848, ..,.88 ....368 ....411 ...184 ... 216 .., 896 Pueblo , Topeka ttchlson Kansas Citv. at. Louis Chicago Washington. Philadelphia New York..., Boston Tucson Chlhuahuai.. City of Mezloo... 1.612 los Angeles l.oss 'an Dleeo ...I.mw San Francisco... 1,815 Guayinas 806 j. v. Hot snrlnffa ft WblteOaks.dlrar.t..lfto uaivesion, airect..joo Miles , 20 .......720 ......770 788 ....1,068 ....1,276 ....9.088 ... 2,097 2,187 ....2,419 698 612 ALTITUDE OC VARIOUS PLACES. Mora Hot Sp'gs Park. Springer..,.. .... Watrous ........ Las Vegas Santa Fe , Albuquerque ... Socorro El Paso Leadvllle Denver.... ...... . 6889 .6469 , 6i63 .8572 .7n4S!Spark'sBanch.. over unicaso tm Kansas city 766 Raton Tuunel :...7622 uioneta hai ,.ima uoniineniai 111 . 6008 vide on A.4P . . . .7286 . 4s iriagsian; ..6866 .8662 Needles ..,.,.477: 10061 salt Lake City.... 4326 .HA) . ..... Harper's Bazar IN 1896. The twenty-ninth year of HARPER'S BAZAK, beginning in January, 1896, Bnds it maintaining its deserved reputation both as a Fashion Journal and a weekly peri odical for home reading. Every week the BAZAR presents beau tiful toilettes for various occasions, San doz. Bauds), and Cbapdis illustrate and engrave the newest designs from tbe finest models in Paris and Berlin. New York Fashions epitomize current styles Jn New York. A fortnightly pattern-sheet supplement with diagrams and directions enables women to cut and make their own gowns, and is of great value to the pro fessional modiste as well as to the amateur dressmaker. 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