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THE DAILY OPTIC.
R. A. KISTLER, Editor and Proprietor. Kntnrail at tlia postonice lor transmission malls as second-class mutter Knst I.ai Venae, -N. tliruCIKh M tlia OrriOUb PAl'KR OK TUB OITT. Special Notice. Las Vioak Daily Op-no-Dellvered by mall, postpaid, III). 00 per annum; 15.00 for tlx months; I'J.mi for three mouths, lly car rier, M cents per week. t,AH Vkuab Wkbklt optic M columni, de livered by mall, postpaid, 18.00 per an num, 11.60 for six months, 11.00 for three nionthe. ttlnnle copies In wrappen.5 centi. Ham pie copies of both dally and weekly, mailed free when desired. (Jive postofflue address In full, InoluilliiK state. Oohrkhponuknok OontftlnlnK WI, solid tod from all parts of the country. Com munications addressed to the editor of Thk optic, to Insure attention, should be and add ress ."not for"publicatlon""uut as a Kiiaranty of iiooa laitn. Bkmittanobh May be made by draft, mone; nninr. noRtnl note, express or reulsterei letter at our risk. Address all letters and telegrams to Tub Optio, East Las Vegas, New Mexico. Law of Newspapers. If subscribers order the discontinuance of newspapers, tbe publishers may con tinue to send them until all arrearages are paid. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take their newspapers rrom tne omce to wtucn they are sent, they are bald responsible un til they have settled the bills and ordered . them discontinued. if subscribers more to other places with out Informing the publisher, and the news papers are sent to tne iormer pmce ui mi 4ence titer are men resDunsiuw- Buokboard Alalia. Malls on the Star routes leave Lai Vegas as follows : tan veiraa to Fort Sumner. Includln Anton Cblco, Los Oolonals, Eden, Banta Kosa and Puerto de Luna, trl-weekly, an Monday, WeJiiesday and Friday, and ar pi vn nn ftUarnftta davs of each week. Las Vegas to Fort Bascom, Including Ohaperlto, Uallinal springs, ,i uuervo, on Monday. Wednesday and Friday, of each week, and arrive on alternate days. Las Vegas to Mora, Including Los Alamos, Bapello, Ban Ygnaclp and Hoclada, trl waekir. on Tuesdav. Thursday and tiatur day, of each week, and arrive on alternate nays, Las Vegas to Lesperance, once a week on Saturday. . , Oonveyance on Fort Sumner line. Is bi two-horse buckboard. on Fort Bascom anc Mora lines by single-horse buckboard. To Lesperance by private conveyance usually spring wagon. THURSDAY EVENING, MAR. 26, 189 DANGER OF TRUTH-TELLING. - We now begin to understand wby tbe art of lying is brought to such per fection in parts of New Mexico. A deacon of a church !a Jones county, Miss., once upon a time, visited New Orleans, and on bis return home, re ported to his brethren in the church that be bad seen ice form when the thermometer stood at ninety-five de grees in the shade. He was, at once, arraigned for willful and obvious false hood, and would have been expelled from the church but for his piteous ap peal that bis statements ought to be disproved, before be was condemned. A committtee was accordingly ap pointed. It visited New Orleans, saw the ice machine at work, and on .its return reported that tbe dea con bad told the truth, for they had al b5 seen tbe ice lorm when the ther mometer stood at ninety-tive degrees in the shade. On this the church vin dicated itself religiously. Both tbe deaoon and tbe committee were ex pelled for obvious falsehood. There is a fine lesson in this, es pecially for tbe citizens of this Terri tory. An acute observer lately declared that after a close scrutiny be was of tbe opinion that one-half the curren statements of fact, which the people accept as truth, were falsehoods. Tbe eld adage that the false theories which are current boar no sort of proportion to the false facts has long been admit ted by thinkers.- Every student of bis tory will testify that the adage rather understates than overstates the truth, And, on tbe other hand, tbe disposition to discredit truths is very general in tbis I em tory, especially, the nat ural tendency is to believe statements of fact which fit in with our precon ceived opinions, and to disbelieve state ments of fact which jar against our theories. We believe that Jones, who belongs to tbe opposite party, really stole spoons, though bis character and means render such an occurrence ob viously improbable, and we do not be lieve that Smith, who is also a political foe, is administering his office right eously, though, on the whole, bis ante. cedents warranted the expectation that be would. Our horizon is limited We know at least some of us do- that our conceptions of politics is mean and narrow. Hence, we cannot con ceive that any one can have a gener ous and broad view of politics. And when a deacon comes and tells us that a political opponent is really fulfilling his duty conscientiously and right eously, we expel the deacon from the church as one guilty of obvious false hood. We bear a disparaging story about a man we dislike. We do not stop to think whether it is likely to be true. We accept it as gospel, and, go round repeating it to our friends. And we are terribly shocked when we are brought up with a round turn and shown that it could not be true. Before we laugh too loudly over the church in Jones county, Mississippi, we had better be quite sure we are not in a different way expelling people from churches for telling us that ice oan be made with the thermometer at ninety five degrees In tbe shade. Jntkhbst in the spproaoblng olty election, in East Las Vegas, is being aroused, though It may not be a young presidential contest, such as bat been known here In years gone by. . Had a vote been taken at the reoont republican convention at Albuquerque, It would certainly have been strongly for MeKlnley. The sontlment of New Mexico republicans is that way by a very large majority. Wiulb Gov. Thornton Is in Wash ington, talking repudiation of county bonds before the house committee on Territories, his enemies in Santa Fe, iou ucuiebaijr wimiua buu uumm Cunningham, are getting up a strong organization agftlnBt bim. Pity, great pity, indeed, that tbe governor can not be in two places at the same time. OUR RATIO FOR SILVER. No matter what may be said, when It is taken Into consideration tbat three out of tbe six dolegates to tbe republican national convention from New Mexico are large sheep-owners, it becomes quite apparent that the New Mexico delegation, wben it comes to voting, will be found pretty solidly for William McKlnlev tor candidate for president. ( It seems that the ambition ot Sheriff Cunningham, of Santa Fe county, to beoome mayor of the ancient, will not materialize. His supporters are afraid to nominate bim, fearing that bis re reoent embroglio witb Postmaster Tom Gable may loose him enough demo, cratio votes to defeat him. Auditor Marcelino Garcia will likely be the democratic nominee. At the Albuquerque convention, last Monday, several aspiring republicans asked for support tor their claims to federal office, should a republican pres ident be elected. Tbe early bird may not catch tbe worm this time, though, unless he is a bird fully competent, a knowing bird and a wise bird, and one tbat does not go around getting up quarrels for tbe sake of quarreling Written for Th Optio. The country still Is suffering, from the cam paign of 't'i. When Cleveland was elected as the nation's great hoodoo; To do the country's finances up, In a sea man's phrase, shipshape. Shooting ilucks. Issuing gold bonds, without the least red tape, In the year of our Lord, 1806, Americans, take your stani, In the battle for free silver, to redeem our stricken land. From the clutches of the golabugs, who have worked with might and main, To wreck this glorious country; Its treasury to drain. We want a man for president, who loves his native lan ; And who'll protect our country's Interests, - when Its Interests so demand; Wba'llKlve protection to our cltlsens, In foreign lunds away from home; Who favors free "colnp.se" of silver at a ratio oi iu to i. No other need apply; we've no use for cow We've been JumhoeJ and Jay hawked; so In NovemlK-r at the polls, We'll snow you under so deep, you won't know now 'twas done. With protect'on and free "coinage" at a ratio of IS to 1. B Q. Mills, lie championed silver, so have others of Ills I k: But, when be sw the democratic teat, tbat furnished him his milk, Woul i be denied hlui; would bave to rustle other means. And would lose his poll on Wall street; empty 'a ue nis jeans. So, like the dog that lost his dinner, be viewed the situation o'rr: And returned, and licked that dinner up; as they aU have done of yore; And voted for the yiller purp on Wall street: by whom this country's run. And against the country'! voice, for free coinage, ratio IS to 1. Rally, farmers, mechanics, ye wage-work ers of every class. This glorious opportunity, allow It not to pass. ' i Cease not, to labor for It, nor consider your duty done, i- ' Until you've placed the old white metal at a ratio of IS to l. For not till then, and only then, will con tentment reign suoreme; Peace, happiness and prosperity, will be our only theme, When the Gjldbug and Free Trader, will And themselves outdone: The country tilled with silver dollars, ratio lo to i. -8. C. Meet. Socorro, N. M., March 4th, lm. . $1100 Reward. Exkcutivb Okkici. 1 City or Banta Fa, Tkhuitoky or N, M. f Whereas, On the Bib day of February, 1800, i)loululoUal!Kos mysteriously tils. oearsd from the tuwn ot Katon, aud Terri tory of New Mtxico, and Is supposed to have benn murdered by persons who are now fugitives from justice. Now, therefore, for the purpose of caus ing tbe arrest and conviction of tbe party or parties guilty ot tbis crime, I, W, T. Thorntou, governor of the Territory of New Mexico, do hereby oiler a reward of KIOO. to be paid outot tbe Territorial treas ury from funds appropriated for rewards, upon tbe arrest of the guilty party or par ol ties, said reward to be pay a le out of funds orty-sixtb ilsoal Undoubtedly the people of New Mexico are as heartily in favor of bi metallism as any of their western neighbors, remarks the Denver Repub- hcan, but the republican convention which elected delegates to the St. Louis convention deemed it advisable, in or der to avoid opposition to their de mand for admission into the sisterhood of states, to make no reference to the money question in their resolutions on Monday. If New Mexico gets in, the two senators and the congressman from that state will be as staunch ad vocates of the re-opening of our mints as can be found in any part of tbe west. - . COLFAX COUNTY MINES. None But Avar's at the World's Pair. Ayer's Sarsapanlla enjoys the ex traordinary distinction of having been tbe only blood purifier allowed an ex hibit at the World's fair, Chicago. Manufacturers of other Sarsaparillas sought by every means to obtain a sbowiog of their goods, but tbey were all turned away under the application of the rule forbidding the entry of patent medicines and nostrums. The decision of the Woild's fair authorities in lavor oi AVer's sarsapanlla was in effect as follows: "Ayer's Sarsaparilla is not a patent medicine. It does not belong to the list of nostrums. It is here on its merits." appropriated for the venr. Done at the executive office, this, the Ttb dsv of March, A. D. 1806. Witness my hand and the great seal of the Territory ot New Mexico. W. T. Tli0K!TOj, By the governor; , Xokion Miller, Secretary of New Mexico. Miss Nellie C. Jickson is very ill at ber borne, 805 South Third street, Al buquerque. Dr.W. G. Hope Is attend ing the patient. Harper's Bazar IN 1896. -THE- KEELEY INSTITUTE, 18th and Curtla Sts,' DENVER COLORADO. For tbe cure of LIQUOR, OPIUM, NER VOUS DISEASES, ; and TOBACCO HABIT. Best and ' most thoroughly equipped Keelejr Institute In the United States. Homelike and comfortable In all Its ap pointments. An absolute and permanent oure. Ladies treated privately. Corre ipondence confidential, . MIKE W. BURKE, Local Representative. CHUItCU imiECTOIlY. pitRSBYTKRIAN CHURCH. , REV. NORMANBKINNER, Pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. Riindny school at IMS a. m. Hoclety of ChrUtlan Endeavor at 0:45 p. m. All people are cordially welcomed. Btraugers nod sojourners are Invited to worship with us. JJAPTIST CHURCH. A. A. LAYTON, Pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. Preaching services at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p, m. B. V, P. U. at 7:15 p. m. All are cordially Invited to attend Its services. UUK8T METHODIST 1C-1800FAL CUUUGH HARM AN J. HOOVER, Pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a, m., followed by thirty minutes class meeting. Epwortu League at 7:00 p. m. Evening servloe at 7:1)0 p. m. Tbe pastor and members extend, to all, the welcome of this church, and will be pleased to see you at Its services. 8" JT. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH. J. S. Williamson and son left Ros well for Fort Sumner, where Mr. Will iamson has a thriving mercantile busi ness. . The U. S. Gov't Reports Show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. Those having in charge the Las Ve gas fair association should be up aud doing, if they hope to accomplish any thing this season, as was expected. Our active, progressive, energetio citi zens, who are interested in fostering and inculcating a spirit of improve ment for the enlargement of business, should put their shoulders to tbe wheel, so to express it, and assure Las Vegas a grand agricultural, stock and fair as sociation, an institution that will re dound io lasting benefit to tbe town and tbe Territory at large. Letter From the Moreno Valley Mintnir District, Up the Country. Co On Editor of the Oetuu Emzabetutown, N. M., March 24th, 1896. The great phonolite formation, and the renowned "Ajax" mine are yet without walls, but the owners are still sinking tbe ore shaft. The new mill is being put in place as rapidly as possible. The "Rod Bandana" mine and mill are running night and day, on $200 ore. . . Pete Yance has run bis tunnel on tbe Blue Bird" 250 feet, struck tho ledge and cut seven feet of ore, showing free gold. Ths "Hidden Treasure" has been "optioned" for sixty days to Chicago parties. John Ritchie has sold his placer claim for $12,000 to eastern parties. Mr. Sbuman, of Hematite, has made a new discovery at the head of Orleans nat placers, wnicn nave produced a great deal of gold, in years gone by. At one time, it paid one ounce to tho man for three hours of water. Jack Williams has been offered $16, 000 on a thirtv-day option for bis "Legal Tender" mine. Ferguson & Gillen have uncovered the "Ajax" system, fourteen feet from that mine's side line. Schmidt & Hill now have in tbe noted "Mammoth" mine, at the head of Willow creek, over five feet of phonolite ore that horns free gold. Tbe tunnel is now in 100 feet. For every foot run, they will get a depth ot nve feet. E 1 Childress and family have moved to F. II. Calfee's place, south of Roa well, where Ed will engage in farm ing. Hood's Is the Best Medicine all the year around, because It puri fies, 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 parilla has been taken In time. . , Hwd'i Pill are the best after-dinner pills assist digestion, prevent constipation. tSc Tbe twenty-ninth year of HARPER'S BAZAR, beginning In January, 1606, finds it maintaining i's deserved reputation both as a Fashion Journal and a weekly peri odical for home reading. Every week the BAZAR presents beau tiful toilettes for various1 occasions, fcUM poz, Bauds, and t'UAl't'lS Illustrate and engrave tbe newest designs from tbe flnest models In ParlB snd Berlin. New York Fashions epitomise current styles In New York. A fortnightly pattern-sbeet supplement with diagrams and directions enables women to cue and make their own gowns, and is of great valne to the pro fessional modiste as well as to tbe amateur dressmaker. Children's Clothing receives oonstaot attention. Fashions for Men are described in full detail by a man-about-town. Our Paris Letter, by Katharins Db Forest, is a sprightly weekly recital of fashion, gossip, and social doings in Paris, given by a clever woman in an en tertaining way. Both tbe serials foe, 1890 are the work of I cheap Maria Louise Pool, is a striking story ot New England life. Mart E. Wilkins, In Jeronip, a Poor Han, discussea tbe al ways interesting problem of the re'ationt between labor and capital. Short stories will be written by the best authors. pedal Drpartmeuts. Music. Tbe Outdoor Woman, Personals, What We Are Doing, W omen and Men, report and dis- cubs themes of immediate interest. ! Answers to Correspondents. Ques tions receive tbe personal attention of tbe ?a!??r, sua -re sss'.vcrca .t luo earnest practicable date after tbolr receipt. Geo. H. Hutchison & Co. HENRY C. PARKMAN, Minister in Charge, Bun- HAVE Services at 11 a, m. and 7:30 p. m, . . . . n - I day scnooi at iu:uu a. m. Friday Evening prayer, 4:80 p. m. Everyone cordially invited to attend these services. Real Estate, Mines, and Mining r Property For Sale or Lease. CHURCH OF THE I M M ACULATE CONCEPTION. ' FATHER T. P. O'KEEFE, Pastor. Masses will be said at 6:80 and 9:00 a. m, Sunday school at 8 p.m. Vespers and benediction, of the Blessed Sacrament, at 7:80 p. m. Daily morning mass at 6:80 a. , sermon, at nigh mass, at v:uu a. m. PROPER FOR SALE: House and lot, next to Central Hotel The Volumes of tbe BAZAR begin with the first Number for January, of eacn year, wnen no litre is mentioned, subscriptions will begin witb the Number current at'the time of receint of Order. Remittances should be made by Postof-1 cedar post fence, river nee money uiaer or uraic, to avoid cnanoe or loss. Newspapers are not to copy this adver tisement without the express order of Harper & Brothers. harper's periodicals. Harper's Maoazink ono yer $4.00 Harper's Weekly 4.00 Harper's Bazar " 4.00 Harper's Round Tablb " 2.00 Postage Free to all subscribers in tbe United States, Canada and Mexico. Address Harper & Brothers. P. O. Box 959 N. Y. City. fl Fortune in Prizes ! More bouse, on business property. Ranch, 1S4 acres; 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. Small ranch, 16 acres, under ditch, tank, all wire fence, 4-room house, stable, )4 mile from Las Vegas a bar gain. Ranch, 800 acres, 195 cultivated, 105 pasture, eood orchard. 4-wire ' post fence, river water, large 6 room house, furnished : one half cash, one half notes or trade. mile from depot. Ail letters of enquiry promptly an 8yvered. Office, New Optic hotel. Geo. H. Hutchison & Co. ' 1 FAILING MANHOOD General and Nervous Debility. Weakness of Body and Mind, Effects of Errors or Excesses in Old or Yonng. llobust, Noble CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF BORROWS. VERY REV. JAB. H. DEFOUK1, Pastor. Rsv. Maurice Olieb, Assistant. First mass, for winter season, at 8:30 a, m, Becoud mass, for winter season, at 8 a. m. Higb mass for winter season, at 10:00 a. m. Sunday school at 8:00 p. m. Vespers and Bene liction at 4:00 p. m. The Fftthr will nreanh both In Rncllah . . 1 1 . . . " leasea lot gooa ana Spanish. 1 Vf ONTEFIOHE CONGREGATION. All REV. L. SCHREIBER, ' Pastor in Charge. Services every Friday, 8 p. m.; Sunday morning, 11 a. m.: aunaay scnooi, every Saturday morning, 9:80 to 12 o'clock, and Sunday moruings, from 10 to 11 o'clock. A. Climax, Star, JNswitmy, Horse Shoe, Plier He.dsleck, Bometning uood, Uiu noueniT Clipper Navy, DIM 00 1 Jsuk, Anchor, No Tax, PureHtutr, Natural Leaf B. T, Gravely, superior, W. N. T., Out of Sight, Kodak, Pride of Kentucky, Yucatan Twist, Health and Prosperity, Popular Prices. J. B. MACKEL, Totaoili:!, Exchange Hotel, west side Plasa, La Vegas. A Complete Stock of Imported, Key West Mexican and Domestic And a complete stock of Fancy Smoking Tobaeoo; also Pipes and Walking Canos and tbe best line of fine Chewing fobacco. Other brands of tobaoco too numerous to mention, aad will be sold at wholesale and retail at tbe lowest prlosa. AU kinds of pipes cleaned 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 County Warrants. Gen eral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under tne United States Land Laws. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO Easei' U ill Wholesale and Retail , Liquors and Cigars, EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M.. RATHBI SHOE GO Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. M. Rsv. G. W. TOiiSON, Pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. Sunday school at s:uo p. m. (Services at 7:3U p. m. Singing and prayer meeting, Wednes day evening. A petition for a postofflce has betn sent to Washington from Ilematitr, asking for J. W. Smith for postmaster. To be kept thoroughly well posted on the news of snoh an eventiul year as l8Ub promises to be, a person shonld read the columns o( a live, wide-awake, metropolitan paper, besides tbe county or local newspaper. Now is tbe proper time to begin a yearly sob' scription, which will cover the presi. denllal campaign, the great speeches. the November election and the out come of all the wars and troubles abroad. If intending subscribers will heed a word of advice tbey will send $1 to tbe Twice a- Week Republic. Tbey will receive, in return twice every week for a year a ( .copy of tbe spiciest, newsiest and most en tertaining newspaper in the country The Twice-a- Week Republic will make a specialty of giving all the 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 become so interested that only a daily metropolitan paper will meet their wants. The Daily and Sunday Republic has been reduced to only $6 a year or 3 lor six months. The country is full of prospectors, who are monumenting it off, like a graveyard. The rbvplite belt is creating a great stir among tbe prospeotors. trow the present indications, they are showing a better class of ore than tbe West Creek camp, in Colorado. This new oountry is traversed with large quarz. Ite dikes that are highly mineralized. The Moreno valley mining exchange is now prepared to handle all tbe min ing properties tbat come. E zabetbtown, at present, has three stores, three bar-rooms, a hotel, one barbershop and a livery barn. A res taurant is being built, and will be opened tbo first of April. The II. II. Hiwkins stage line. car. ries a daily man from bpringer to Elizabetbtown ; fare for passengers, $5, one way; round trip, 1U4 miles, 99 ou. Mr. Biddle has started bis mill on tbe Grisley" mine, at the head of Ponej creek. Baron Van Zuylen will start the "Black Horse" mill about April 1st. The old-timer, Harry Masure, is about to sell his Masure placer claim, at the head of "Last Chance" gulch to Boston parties. Brn I'att. When a man owns a blooded horse he is always careful of its health. -He looks after its diet and is particular that the feeding shall be regular and right. While lie is doing this it is likely as not that he is himself suffering from some disease or disorder. When the trouble gets so bad that he can not work, he will begin to give himself the care he gave the horse at the start .Good pure, rich, red blood is the best insurance against disease of any kind. Almost all diseases come from impure or impoverished blood. Keep the blood pure and strong and disease can find no foothold. That is the principle on which Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery works. It c,nanses, purines and enriches the blood. puts and keeps the whole body in perfect order: manes appetite good, digestion strong, assimilation perfect It brings rud dy, virile health, it builds up solta, whole some flesh (not fat) when, from any cause, reduced below the healthy standard. $6,141.75 i iii TIME TABLES. Manhood fully Restored. How to Enlarae and Strengthen Weak, Un- ....GIVEN AV.'AY IN.. 55 Separate Prizes , ... one rr.izE of . . 900 TII6 NEW WEEKLY ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS, Denver, Colo., The greatest bona AJe prize offer ever nude D the Went or South. The News Is the representative paper of the west 11 is silver s cnampion; it Is the peo ple's advocate; It leads In thought, as In news. The weekly has just been enlarge! and lm- iroved," It contains the latest and fullest mln jnv and mining- stock news; It has special de sxtmenta devoted to the Farm, the House- told, 'Women and Children; all the brightest tartoons and llveut comment of the dally etll lon are to be found In It; it presents In con lensed form the doings of all the .world It Is . lumuy paper without a peer. And the Weekly News Is determined to have eyond all question tbe largest circulation nf my paper between the Mississippi river and the aclflc count. Therefore It offers to the per ens sending; in the greatest number of $1 year- r subscriptions before beplenioer lt Uet aM unequalled prizes. REGULAR AGENTS' COMMISSION ALLOWED IN ADDITION. CONTEST BEGINS A T ONCE. OPEN TO EVERYBODY EVERYWHERE. I developed Portions of lit my. a dso lately un, , falling HomeTreatmentv, I Benefits In a da v. ten testify from 60 States and Foreicrn Uoantries. bend for Uoflcrlptlve Book, ex-. pianauon ana prooia, nuuiea (seated j iree. ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y. WANTED, for Investors with n,ck, a.. a nfl I M co UbTSIUUCU IVlll.LJJ. Money furnished for developing mining ritUiSriiUliS. Uood Gold, Silver and Copper properties can be SULD Q U10KLY by i uuurcsbiiig tne IAMERIOAN MINING BXCBAMQK, . nuncon. ma... Sam Remdy Information The following itetintlcat information should be cut out and pasted on jour ot Uce dealt . lor future and frequent refer enoe: . - DISTANCES rBOM LAS VCQAB. Mile. Santa Fe Rome CONDENSED TIME TABLE. WK ST WARD No. 8. Ko.l. bl'ATXCNS Eastward No.'i. No.4 6 00pm S 10am II OJam 3 40pm 8 85pm 4 00pm 0 42 pm 8 86pm looopmj r Chicago 4 00pm 8 4fira 9 50pm 7 (Opm; V 42pmi 11 unpin 1 (.tarn 12 f.opm 15am 10 Kiuiii 10 S lam 12 07am 13 10pm I 8 foam I oneka Newton Hutchinson Denver Colo, ppr'gs rueoio Trim And LAS VEOAS Santa f e LosCenlllog Albuquerq 10 aopm 7 (0am B 00am 12 8 lam 11 15pm S 16pm 2 8.i pm 12 50pm 8 seam i 65am 1380am 10 30pm 45pm 8 8t 'am 3 00pm 8 Oopm 10 85 im 9 15am 8 8oam 6 oojin 4 28am 8 15pm 8 00pm 12 55pm U 10-ira 920am ., 10 45am bemlng 111 OOaml..- Ill 40jm El Paan l0 00am 6 26pm 9 lOami Gallup 2 85pmi8 40am 9 10pm 165pm Wlnslow 9 85am 11 05pm 1128pm 40pm Flag-taff 7 27m845pm 8 05pm 605pm -Los Angeles 7 OOaml 800pm 104.1imianFrAncl6( 830pm CHAFFIN & DUNCAN, Livery and Sale Stable.' GOOD BIOS AND LIVELY, GENTLE - TVilMH - AJUiAilkU. 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. v Are built In the Largest IGYGLESi and Best Equipped A t p3hesofp36rhew7ri Tbey embody more points of genuine merit than any other wheels made. ' So other machine stands to high in the estimation of cyclists, because Waverleys are built oa honest value lines, and purchasers receive full value for tho investment. Bay Wsv erly and you will never ba ashamed of your mount. MADE BT INDIANA BICYCLE CO., INDIANAPOLIS, IND. J.F. Wright, Agt. J. II. TE1TLEBAUM. F. SAVILLK, Mobs For particular addresa The JN'cavjs Printing Co'j Denver, Colo. Raton.... Springer nagou Houna,,,, Watrous San Miguel... Ulorleta Lamy Santa Fe.. Cerrllloi Albuquerque .182 itu 208 ..285 . 84.4 , 8M ,.86S ,,411 . 184 895 Los bunas I Socorro San Marclal... Las uruces .... El Paso Dentins Stiver (Jit ... Trinidad La Junta Denver Miles ...o ...7S0 ...770 ...786 ,.1,063 .1,475 ,110 Pueblo i.7o Topeka...... . 45 Wchlson ... ,20 Kansas City .20 -it. Louis.... ; 55 Chtcaao ,.951 Washington 8.088 , wifniiaaeipnia .... 2,097 .83 New Vork 2.187 Boston ...'..-.8.419 Tucson 598 Chlhuahual 612 Olty of Mexico.,. 1 612 los Angeles 1,( 88 ?au Liego l ,uuw San Francisco... 1,845 Ouaymas 90S L. V. Hot Springs... WhlteOaks, direct. .100 Galveston, direct. .706 HOT SPRINGS BRANCH. Additional Trains on Sundays. Leave Arrive Leate Arrive Las Vegas ! Springs Springs Lis Vegas auam loooam s is pm 1 2 45 pin S 10 pm 8 40 pm 6-80 pm 7 00 pm S0NDAT. Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Springs. Las Vegts. Las Vegas. Springs is noon. 2S5pm. 12 80 pm 100pm W. II. ttujse has sold his Interest in the Pieacbo store and travelers' ion, Chaves county, to his partner, R. P. Hopkins. Te Hea!tbSekera. The Blake Ranch, on the head of the Hlo Sapello, is now prepared to receive limit ed number ot boarders, iols ranch is located in tbe heart of the mountains, amid the most beautiful scenery in the world, where brook trout and wild came offer ample diversion for tbe nimrod or anyone seeEing oui-aoor spori. n if located only twenty-five miles from Las Vegas, and within eight miles of tbe Bio Pecos, and only three miles from tbe headwaters Of the Rio Oalllnas. Address, Address Mrs. J. P. Blake, Roclada. or In quire tor conveyances ana rates of W. 1L Crites, Bast Las Vegas, H. M TMt J.P. Blaksl ' Rooiada, N. M. t . W. Clancy, chairman of tbe re publican county committee, of Alba- querque, is in Ssota re on Important legal business. Traveling Engineer Chas. Creamer mounted George A." Wood's engine at Albuqneique, and proceeded to Wios low. . Popular Magazines for the ho::e. FRANK LESLIE'S POPULAR MONTHLY Contains each Month Original Water Color Frontispiece; 128 Quarto Pages of Reading Matter; 100 New end High-class Illustra tions i Mora Literary Matter and illustra tions wan any otner muiraztno u America. . 25cts. $Ja Year. FranUesliB'sFIeasantEm FOR BOYS AND CIRLS. A Brient. Wholesome. Juvenile Monthlv. Fully Illustrated. The best writers for young people contribute to It. 10 vis. : $1 a year. . 8ETO ALL SUBSCRIPTIOHS TO Friiik Leslie's relishing House, 42-44 Bond St.,) New York. feMytfeBest Club Offers ALTTTUDI OP,, VARIOUS) PLAO8. Mora 7048 not sd'ks rarK.. em Springer. 6m wairous , .mw) Lasvearas ...tsm Santa fe .7013 Albuquerque .... 6W8 Socorro k ij, . .. i im El Paso Leauvllle. '.;...( 1 Denver.. $.. ..! Spark's Ranch. . . . 8572 unicago 603 Kansas Olty 70S Raton Xuuntl ....Wn Ulorleta im uoniineniai jui- viae on A.4P....74MS Flagstaff 6866 Needles .....7 salt Lake City.... im Nos. 8 and 4 are solid vestlbuled limited trains, composed of dining cars, Pullman paiace arawing-room cars ana cuair c-trs oecween cincaxo ana bos Angeles, Han Dl igo and 8an FrancNco. have Pullman palace drawlnK-room cars tourist sleeping cars and coaches between Chicago and Los Angeles, San Diego and etin r rancisco. Nos. 1 and 2. Mexico and Atlantic exnrnan have tourist sleeping cars between Chica go and Albuuueruue. and Pullman Palace cars and coaches between Cnlcago and the wi; oi me co, a. uopblifd. uen. Agent, t,i raso, lei. W. K BROWNS), T. F. 4 P. A., EI I'aso.Tex. CHA8.tr. JONKS, Agent, Las Vegas, N.M. innii RAILROAD I Western Division, Thrice-a-Week Edition. The twice-a-week edition of the New York World has been con- erted into the Thrice-a Week. It furnishes 3 papers of 6 pages apiece or eighteen pages every week. This wstwakp gives 156 papers a year, and every paper has b pages eight columns wide or 48 columns in all. The LThrice-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 quah ties of a daily with the attractive special features of a weekly. THE OPTIC'O UNPRECEDENTED OFFER I In order to give the WEEKLY OPTIC a more general circulation, we have arranged to supply the Thrloe-a-Week World and the Weekly Optic, One year for $350 in advance i CflDienssi Tie TaMe No.! 38. J. W. Belnhart, John J. McOook, receivers. In effect Sunday, August 6th, 1805. OOpi v lua 4 00 D 8 40 a 18 10 p 4 40 P 1 58 p 5 25 p 8 10 p 0 OOP II 28 P 12 56 a 1 M a 5 48 a 7 isoa B so a 1 top HOP 0SD 10 4S 10 00 p 1 56 p 7 00 p 7 25 p n oo a 8 osa 8 25 a 9 10 a 12 sop i bo p 4 20 p 6 00 p 7 40 p 1 65 a 1 40 a 6 25a 11 5a 2 so p; oop 6 50 p 10 45 a J STATIONS, Kastwahd, Chicago Kansas City Denver LAS VEQAS Albuquerque Coolldge Wlngate Oallup Hoi brook wlnslow Ash Fork S Ingmnn The Needles Blake Daggett Barstow Mojave Los An geles BanFranclsco Flags tad Williams 10 80 p 7 oua 5 15 p 8 45 a 8 15 p 8 86 p 8 06 p 2 20 p 10 40 a B 34 a 7 27a 6 osa 4 60a 11 82 p a oi p 7 25p Sp 8 10 D 10 oo a 7 roa 8 SQp 8 so a t 00D 8 80 p d oo p 9 ooa 4 85a 4 08a 8 40a 12 20 a 11 06 p 8 46p 6 53 p 5 40D 18 80 p 10 00 a 8 ho a S 46a s 80a 8 OOp 8 SOp Summer or Winter. . Tbe Banta Fe route Is the most comforta ble railway between California and the east. , The mealr at Harvey's Dining Booms are a excellent feature of the line. The Grand Canon of the Colorado can ba reached In no other way, JNO. J. BYltNB, Gen. Pass. Agent, L"s Angeles, Oal. O. II, SPKERS, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, San .Francisco. The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co. TEITLEBAUM & SAVILLE, 100 Sixth Street, Opposite San Miguel National Bank. HUTTING IT DOWN FINK. Whiskies. ibr gal. Sour Mash Bourbon $2.00 " 2.25 " " " ..2.50 Samples only Be, )4-Fts.l5o,Pts.25o Q ,8.50c Finer Whiskies. "Carlisle", Bole Agent . .$4.00 U.S. Ulub.. 4.uu I John Hsnning 4 00 Samples lOo, Half Pts. 25c, Fts. 50c, Qts. $1. Finest Whiskies. Belle of Anderson $4.25 Cream Rye 4.75 Guukenheimer 5. B0 McBrayer, Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone SAMPLES, ONLY lOo. Half- pints 85c, Pints 05c, Quarts, $1.25. California and Native Wines from 2oo per Bottle, aud $1 per Gallon, up. Wltear entrance from Lincoln Ave., between Optie Office and Rosenthal Bros.' P. 8. "Press the Button, We'll do the rest." Havana, Mexican and Domestio Cigars. Sole Agent for the Celebrated "Railsplittisb" Cigar. Oo Straight $2.25 per box. All Brands of Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos and Cigarettes. HEADQUARTERS, Corner Center Street and Railroad Avenue. Fine HCuOicestLiiors! Best Ciiars Your Patronage Solicited. . Elegant Club Room and Short Gr ader Lunch Counter ' IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALOON 3 Z V 'jUJJ Your address, wUh six cents in sumps, mailed to our Hesd- auarters, II lM St., BmI, ill., will bring rou a full line of samples, and rules for self, measurement, of our justly fa mous H3 pants ; Suits, 1 18.26 ; Overcoats, $10.26, and up. Cut to order. Agents wanted every where. New Plymouth Rock Co. O. Solilott, CONTRACTOR & BUILDER. Job Work and Repairing, House Mov mg and liaising a Speoialty SHOP COB. NINTH AND INTEROCEAN OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS). John Shank, President. B. Lv M. Ross, Vice-President. . " J. E. Moore, Sec'y and Trees. . . V. H . Jameson, Manager. .. j L. G. Jameson. THE Las Tops Teleijn Co. Cor. Hanranares and Lincoln Aves. East Las Vegas, N. M. . Electric Door Bells, Burglar Alarms and Private Telephones put f in at reasonable rates. 4 It la wanted for ANECDOTE. AiYllIYiWn 11LM1UO, . A Richly Illustrated Moxthlt, for people who wish to FOR AN PLAN, BUILD T UtAUTIFT Ikeir HOMES. Filled with Bright Ideas, firacucaj.common sense a a Designs A Plans: Ar-B raugement of Grounds; Decorating, Furnish! ug etc., etc. ind lera bow to get tbi $5 F0 AN ANECDOTE. American Homes Pub. Co. Bex 13. KNOXVILLE. TENN t HSn it' II 1 I to the A Subscripliori "AIR FREE! to subscribers to the DAILY OPTIC Who, In the next thirty days, pay us one year' tubscription in advance. ."