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THE DAILY OPTIC.
It, A. KI5TM1R, Editor and Proprietor. ICntorod nt tlia F.ub LnsVoiral, N. M., nostoitica lor traii;iils8loi lunll Hi second-duns uiutter. tit .hrougU til OrriCIAt l'Al'BB Of TUB 01TT. Fpeclul Notice. ,, h VBOAd Daily optic Delivered by mall, post-pulcl, HUM per milium; ln.00 for six months; t'i.MJ for three mouths, By car rier, M 'lll l1'"' WB"1' tAM Viia WBKial Optic 82 columns do llvorud liy mull, pout-paid, 8S.O0 per an num, (I. Ml Mr six months, tl. 00 for throe months. Mingle rnplns In wrappers, 8 cents, (-.ample coplm of both dully and weekly, niiilliid frun wlion desired, (live postoltlce nclilres? in full, liicluilinit state. O'lllllKhl'ONllliNUK C'OUtlillllllK NKW8, SOllOt- teil from all parts of the country. Uom .muiili'utlons u.lihBHSed to the editor of 1'hm ui'i'io, to Insure attention, should be nra-oni'Minled by the writer's full name and addretH, not for publication, but as a mm runty of Kood faith. 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Banta Kosa and l'uerto do Luna, trl-weekly, on Monday, Wo mesday and Friday, and ar rive on alternate days of each week. l.as Vegns to Port liasoom, Including Ohaperlto, Galllnas Springs, El Cuervo, Bell Ranch, Liberty and Endee, trl-weekly, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, ot each week, and arrive on alternate days. Las Vegas to Mora, Including Los Alamos, Bapello, Ban Ygnaclo and Uoclada, tri weekly, on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day, of each week, and arrive on alternate days. Las Vegas to Lesperance, once a week, on Saturday. t)o honvevance on Fort Bumner line. Is by two-horse buck board, on Fort Bascom and Mora lines by single-horse buckboard. To Lesperanco by private conveyance usually soring wagon. WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 8, 1898. A REPUBLICAN term. mayor for another East Las Vegas is not only a repub lican., city, but it is a McKinley city as well; A decent and fair campaign is what wins in an election, usually even in New Mexico. All the elections in San Miguel counly will be triumphantly carried by the republican?, this year. The Optic stood for a clean, manly campaign, and now it stands' for an honest and economical administration of city affairs. . -. The Optic's guess that the present mayor would be elected to succeed him self by a majority of 111 votes wasn't so mr out oi me way, alter an, as giguitt umer pieuiuiiuucs buub vvcia uiauu and talked and printed and possibly believed. S The mayor and the city council might as well have held over, without the excitement and expense of an elec tion, so far us the personnel of the city administration is concerned, though to hold it intact in every instance one re publican candidate for alderman was defeated the only man on the ticket who failed to pell through with a safe majority. Dr. Olney is not the only republi can who could have been elected mayor of (he City, yesterday, but he probably made a better run than any other clti zen wonld have made, considering the combined opposition of the fretful, dis satisfied and selfish pops and demo, onus, who almost invariably whip into line on election day and resort to all manner of ruses to get their men into office. THAT TAKDY INSPECTION. The San Marcial Bee complains bit terly because two cars of cattle belong ing to W. 15. Slaughter were held two days at that place for inspeetion at a Joss of $100 to the owner of the stock, the blame for the delay being laid at the door of J. A. La Rue, secretary of the cattle sanitary board in Las Vegas The fact of the matter is, Mr. Bee, that the letter files in the secretary's office here show that application was made for transportation for inspectors to the proper authorities as early as Decern ber 30th, 1895, and repeatedly .since, the same1 not yet having come to hand Late Saturday night of last week, Secretary La Rue received a telegram from C. L. Fowler, inspector at Albu querque, I nut two cars oi cattle were being held at San Marcial for inspec- lion, and if his railroad pass bad not yet been furnished, to remit him the amount of the necessary fare. This was done, the money going down on Mon day. In regard to the request for the ap. pointment of G. C. Ely as a special in spector of cattle in an emergency case, as in this instance, the secretary of the board would not depart from his iron clad rule not to appoint anybody to re lease cattle who is not a regularly ap pointed Inspector, under bond in fact, he would transcend his authority in doing so. Much as this delay 'in inspection cf cattle may be regretted, it seems it could not be averted, under the cir cumstances. Hut let the strictures be placed where they properly belong, on the railroad company, for delay in furnishing the transportation promptly, repeatedly and rightly asked for by the secretary of the sanitary board. Till: IHNUKH OK THIS CAMPAIGN. The linos upon which Ihu presiden tial campaign of 18'JG will bo fought are very clearly di fined. The Issue will be protection for American labor and industries against free trade, says the American Economist, in New York. With the disgraceful exhibition that tbo democratic "tariff for revenue only1' muddle has made, and is mak ing, from day to day, it is but natural that the free traders shon'd desire to shift the issue away from the tariff to any other subject in creation. 'I he existing tariff, moroover, is do ing fairly well for the British friends of our free-traders, for whoso benefit it was enacted. The temper of the poo. will undoubtedly not permit of any further "tariff reform" in the direction of lower duties, so some, other scheme must be planned that will maintain the welfare of England to the full measure of the promises made in the free-trade campaign of 1892. The 'longer the Gorman tariff re mains law, the better it will be for England. The only chance of Its re maining law is by cheating the people Into a belief that something else is more -important. The free trade bureau of the Cobden club is In full blast working to this end. Many re publican papers have already been hoodwinked, notably three in New York city which used to profess that they were solely interested in the pro tection of American labor and indus tries, but which are now busily en. gaged in the circulation of the Cob den club's new-fangled heresies. Every word which they print in favor of this doctrine is a stab at the indus trial interests of the United States, inasmuch as it diverts attention from ihe one real issue of protection. The question for republican news papers to decide is: Whether it is better for American labor to be busily employed earning good wages, or is ii better that American labor, should be idle and earning no wages. In the one case our industrial work will be per- formed at home; in will be done abroad, the other case, it THE ISSUE OF THIS CAMPAIGN. The Tariff Question Ably Handled by a Citizen of Las Vegas, Who Has Made It a Study. To the Editor of the Optic. Las Vegas N M., April 8'.h, 1896. The urgent, pressing need of the hour for wool growers is organization. Had they been combined in an associ ation in 1894, as were the manufactur ers of woolens, worsteds and carpets, President Cleveland would not have recommended the placing of wool on the free list, and if he had, the fifty- third congress would not have dared to do his bidding. There is but one way to judge of leg islation, and that is by results, and ac cording to the census returns, of 1870 and 1880, the tariff of 1867 was almost ideal in its adjustments, for under its provisions, the industries of sheep- breeding and wool-growing and those of manufacturing woolens, worsteds and carpets, prospered as never before In the history of our country. The number of sheep in the United States: I860 22,471,275 1880 40,705,900 I Almost double! in number.) 1884 50,626,626 The value of manufactures of wool 1860 $ 65,R96,364 1580 ... . ;.. 267,251,913 quadrupled in value.; These figures prove these industries were flourishing at that time, because they show growth and expansion. No other industry is more widely scattered, ana. in very tew, if any, are there more individuals interested than in sheep husbandry. There are many sections' of the country in which the wool-growers could control the election of members of congress if they would, and we have somehow bad the im pression that congress was a sort of 'gabfest," and have often sent wind and not wisdom to represent us. The legislation of to-day, especially -that pertaining to tariff, finance, etc., etc is a practical business matter, whioh needs common sense more than theory or technical skin lor its adjustment. Experience has taught us we should make our influence felt in Buch matters, if we would not be ignored or imposed upon when legislation is being formu lated. In 1883 came a demand for re-adjust ments in the tariff to meet changed conditions and here the wool-growers met a severe defeat. During the sis- teen years of protection, the manufac turers had ; increased in wealth and numbers and early formed a national association,' including all the differing lines of manufacture lor the protection of their mutual interests. They ap peared before . the forty-eighth con gress as one solid body, compact, weighty, substantial, and made their it rise nee felt. The wool-growers, on the other hand, were represented by a few delegates, hastily, gathered from widely separated sections of the country, and the result was the tariff act of 1883, reducing the duties on wool, opening the door for evasions, and raising the duties on woolens and wo -steds. The effect of this act is to be seen in the census of 1890. The number of sheep declined from over fifty millions in 1884 to 42,599,079. While the value of the manufacturers of wool increased as follows : Carpets f 47,770.193 HoBiery and knit 67,241,013 Wool hats 6,329,921 Woolens 133,677,977 Worsteds 79,194,652 A grand total of .1331,113.756 This condition ot tbe sheep industry aroused the wool growers to action, and twenty states and Territories were rep. resented in the National association at Washington in December. 1889. Every legate then present knows that the manufacturers as a body, threw tbe whole of their influence against anv auicuuuicu. u. ww vu stop nu wi ic -ju5K ms uumcj ou wool. What Causes Pimples? Clogging of 'he pores or mouths of the toliaoeoua glands with sebum or oily matter. The plug of sebum in the centre of the pim ple Is called a blackhead, grub, or couiedoue. , Nature will not allow the clogging of the pores to continue long, hence, Inliauiuiatkm, puln, swelling and redness) later pus or mat tor forms, breaks or Is opened, the plug oomos out, and the pore Is once mora free. There are thousands of these pores In the face alone, any one of which Is liable to be come dogged by neglect or disease. What Cures Pimples? The only rellalrle preventive and cure, wham not due to a constitutional humor, is Cuticura Soap It contains a mild proportion of CUTT CURA, the great skin oure, which enables It to dissolve the sebaoeous or oily matter at it forms at the mouths of the pores. This is the secret of Its wonderful success. It stimulates the sluggish glands and tubes to healthy activity, reduces inflammation, soothes and heals Irritated and roughened surfaces, and restores the skin to its original purity. For bad complexions, redness, roughness, yellow, oily, mothy skin, red, rough bands and shapeless nails, dry, tbln, and falling hair, scaly and irritated scalps, and simple baby lilemi.lios it Is wonderful. Sale greater than the combined sales of all other skin and com plexion oajn. . 80U thron(h(mt th world. FriM.tts. PomaDsse) inOin. Coir.. Sol, Prop,., BoMon, !. All about Baby', Skis, Scmlp, and UaU," tne, Women Full of Pains Aches, and weaknesses And comfort, strength, and vitality In Cuticura Plaster, the first and only pain-killing, nerve-strengthening plaster The fifty-first congress, however, had been pledged to help the wool-growers, and gave us the law of 1890, under which the number of sheep increased to 47,373,553 on January 1st, 1893. But there are two ways in which to destroy protective tariff legislation ; one is to reduoe tbe rates of duty below the protective point, or insert harmless looking provisions by whhh tbe duty may be evaded, and the second is to so overload the law as to provoke its repeal. So far as wool is conoerned, tbe first of these methods was success fully tried in 1883, and tbe latter pro cess was employed in 189j0. That is to say, when the manufacturers found the ways and means committee of the fifty-first congress was determined to correct tbe law and raise the duty on wool, they demanded suoh duties on manufactures as eventually to bring about the repeal of the law. It is a fact that the sole and only argument for placing wool on the free list was the high rate of duties on woolens. Every speech on the stump" during the campaign of 1892: every speech congress in favor of free wool, will bear out that assertion. , The duties on woolens had been so manipulated in a combination 'specific" and '-ad valorem" rates that the per cent, or measure of duty was not known till tbe publication ot results in the custom bouse. . No other articles on our tariff list were ever sub jected to such rates. A few of them are here given in comparison with those on wool : ARTICLES 1891 lm im ARTICLES. per ct per c). per ct NO. I WOOl 60 f.r 69 NO 2 wool 61 68 68 No. 8 wool 60 60 60 NO. 8 wool 86 86 85 Yarns 184 183 S78 Blankets 120 life 118 Cloths 176 1SS IBS Dress goods SO S3 108 Flannels 106 102 108 Plushes... 118 117 105 Shawls 114 I l-'lS 160 These are the highest duties paid, but the average on wool was a little less than SO per cent, and on manufactures of wool, a little over 100 per cent. it is, of course, well understood that wool-growing and wool manufacturing are kinarea industries and equally en titled to protection, and I am a pro tectionist believing in tbe policy of pro- tection, but I fail to see the justice, fairness or right in giving the wool grower 50 per cent, and tbe mannfao turer demanding 100 per cent. lhey did not ask for lOOper cent,' for they knew that would be refused but for a "specific duty" ns "eompen sation" lor tbe duty on wool and an ad valorem" duty for "protection and it is these two duties combined which make the 100 per cent. in 18G7 the manufacturers asked for, and were satisfied with, 'three times the duty imposed on a pound of unwashed wool of tbe first' class," as a compensatory duty. In the law of Rev. Dr. Parker Is the beloved pastor of the Universal- 1st church at Fargo, N. D., and hag also iecn a pastor in Providence, K. L, New York City and Troy, N. Y. He says t "I regard Hood's Sarsaparilla, the best blood purifier, and I have good reason tot ithls) opinion. am now 80 years of age, Four years ago I was afflicted with rheumatism la ny back and limbs, so badlj that It was impos sible tor me to get my usual sleep at night. X had Just -partially re covered from the glp, Which re- Bar. J. K. Parker. I. I. O" "7 weigh VxgojLlX wine, ait appe tite was poor aad I felt languid and weak. In fact I was in a very dilapidated con dition. Having heard and read so much abont the wonderful cures produced by Hood's Sarsaparilla I resolved to give it a trial. I followed the directions, and be fore the fifth bottle was finished my ap petite was restored, J felt Invigorated and Strong. My rhenmatio dlffionlty had entirely dig- appeared. I cannot but think very highly Of Hood's' Sarsaparilla." J. N. Pabkkb. Wood's or'a- SL R partita Be Sure lireS to Get Hoqd's Vs Heed.9 pin, are the best fensHy cathartis oa liver medicine. Harmless!, reliable. UT Wf'tl Viiivu 1890 this compensation runs from three times for yarns to five and one half limes for somo manufactured goods, ahd these demands were made on tbe assumption that it would re quire from three to five and one half pounds of wool in the grease to make a pound of the various manufactures, when tbe f ict Is, two pounds of Aus tralian skirled woo) will make- a pound of cloth; on tbe further assumption tbi-t all olotb is roada of new wool, when in fact all cloth is made with more or less shoddy. And now once more the wool. grow ers are face to face witb a new propo. siton, called tbo Dingley bill, a meas. ure conoeived In deceit, nourished In selfishness, and born in injustloo." This article lias been written, not to oppose a tariff on woolens, but to arouse wool-growers to the necessity for o'ganlzation ; the need for tboir interests being ably and numerously represented when the tariff is under o- nsideration. We must look after our Interests, for no cne else will, and if we do not, we must expect to Buff ir. Let us organize at once in every state and Territory and secure protec tion "equal to that accorded other in dustries." Geo. II Wallace. None But Ayer's at the World's Fair. 1 Ayer's Sarsaparilla enjoys the ex traordinary distinction of having been the only blood purifier allowed an-exhibit at the World's fair, Chicago. Manufacturers of other Sarsaparillas sought by every insans to obtain a showing of their goods, but they were all turned away under the application of tbe rule forbidding tbe entry of patent medicines and nostrums. The decision of tbe Wot Id's fair authorities in favor of Ayer's Sarsaparilla was in effect as follows: "Ayer's Saisaparilia is not a patent medicine. It does not belong to tho list of nostrums. It is here on its merits " Charles Myers left the Blackicgton smelter in tbe Sandia mountains long enough to run home to Ilillsboro On a visit to bis family. foul "breath one of the greatest aulic.ions that a man or woman- can have, An affliction not only to themselves, but to those with whom they come In contact. A toui breath is a dreadful discourager of affec tion. It would rjrob- ablv be mere so if neocle onlv realized hist what bad breath means. Bad "breath is one of the symptoms of constipation, borne ot tne otuer symp toms are sour stomach, loss ot appetite sick and bilious headache, dizziness, heart burn and distress after eatinir. These things mean indigestion. They lead to dyspepsia and worse things, i ney ail start with constioation. and constipation is lnex cusable because, it can be cured cured easilv. auickl v and permanently, by the use of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They give to nature just the little help that sue ueeus inere is no t-a.c ui umuusiicoo, cnnstination. indiercstion. "heart -burn or anv of the rest of the night-mare breed lhg brood, that these little "Pellets" will not cure. Sold by all medicine dealers. The Neiv Mexican is in receipt of vol nme III, "Reports of Cases Determine in tbe Supreme Court of the Territory of tNew Mexico, Charles H. Gilder- sleeve, reporter," from the publishing bouse of E. W. Stephens, Columbia Mo., price, $3. SO, express charges pre paid. Attorney Finical informs the Albu querque Citizen that the claims of the grand lodge of Knights of Py thins of New Mexico against Frank L. Harri son, formerly of Albuquerque and Santa Fe, were satisfactorily adjusted last Saturday. $300 Reward. Executivb Office, City of Santa Fe, Tehkitokt of N. M. Whereas, On tbe 8th day of February 1896, Dlonicio Qallegos mysteriously disap peared from the town of Katon, and TerrI tory of New Mexico, and is supposed to nave ceen murdered by persons who ar now fugitives from justice. Now, therefore, for the purpose of caus ing the arrest and conviction of tbe party or parties guilty oc this crime, l, w. 1, I Horn ton, governor ot the Territory New Mexico, do hereby offer a reward of $300, to be paid out of tbe Territorial trees nry iroin tunos appropriated tor rewards upon tbe arrest of the guilty party or par ties, said reward to be payable out of funds appropriated lor the forty-sixth fiscal year. Done at the executive office, this, the 7th day or March, A. U. lew. Witness my hand and the great Beal of the Territory of JNew Mexico. W. T. Thornton-. Governor of the Territory of New Mexico, jy tne governor: . Lohion Miller, Secretary of New Mexico. The U. S. Gov't Reports Show Roys! 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Tbe pastor and members extend, to all the welcome of this church, and will be pleased to see you at its services. CHURCH OF THK IMMACULATE CON CEPTION. . FATHER T. P. CTKEEFE, Pastor. Masses will be said at 6:80 and 9:00 a, m. Sunday school at 8 p. in. Vespers and bonediction, of the Blessed Sacrament, at 7:80 p. m. Daily morning mass at 0:80 m. sermon. at high mass, at :0U a. m. CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF ROWS. SOB- VERY REV. J AS. H. DEFOURI, Pastor. , Bay. Maurice Olicr, Assistant. First mass, for winter season, at 6:80 a. m. Second mass, for winter season, at 8 a. m. High mass for winter season, at 10:00 a.m. Sunday school at 8:00 p. in VesDers and Beneliction at 4:00 0. m. The Fathers will preach both in English and epanisb. M. ONTEFIORE CONGREGATION. REV. L. 8CHREIBER, , Pastor In Charge. Services every Friday, 8 p. m.; Sunday morning, 11 a. m.; Sunday school, every Saturday morning, 9:80 to 12 o'clock, and Sunday mornings, from 10 to 11 o'clock. M. E. CHURCH. Rev. G. W. TOLSON, Pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 8:00 p.m. Services at 7:80 p. in. Siuging and prayer meeting, Wednes day evening. , WT ANTED, for Investors with ' Cash, developed MTNES Money furnished for developing minine; PROSPECTS. Good Gold, Silver and Copper propertiei can be SOLD QUICKLY by uuurcssing tne - AMXKIOAK MINING EXCHANGE, KoHton, Maes. Santa Fe Rome CONDENSED TIME TABLE. WhSTWARU No. 8. No.I. 8TATi.0N8 Eastward No.a. NO.4 SOOnm lOOOpmi Chlcngo 10 Hoptu 7 OO im 5 00am 12 8 iam 11 15pm 5 lripm 2 8pm 12 50pm 8 25am S 55am l-i 80am 10 30pm S 45pm S 80am SOUom 10am 11 05.1 ni 1 rpm Kansas lilt) 4 00pm S4Apm U Mipm 700pm 42pm Toneka 8 0ipm 10 85 im 9 15am 8 aoam ooam 2 40pm BSApm 4 oopm 5 4'ipm 8 85pm Newton Hutchinson Denver Colo. Hpr'gs Pueblo Trinidad 11 (.ftprn 4 28am B 15pm 8 00pm 12 55pm 11 104m 920am 1 (Kam 12 to Din 7 S'JanjI 7 23pm LAS VEGAS B 1 jam 111 mom Santa r e 10 80am 12 07am 12 lopml SCOjui LosCerrlllos Albuquerq'e 110 45aml 111 40am Demlng El Paso 11 00a nil 10 00am I 5 26pm 9 10pm e loami Gallup 1 56pm Wlnslow 4 ooin Flag tan t S5pni 8 40am 3 oduui 11 unpui 7 27m 8 45pm 7 ooinil 8 00pm 1128pm BO pm SOSpmiLos "ngeles 104fiamSanFranrls SSOpml HOT SPRINGS BRANCH. ' Additional Trains on Sundays. Leave Arrive I.eat e Arrive Las Vegas ' Springs ' Springs Las Vegas v to am iu uo am 2 is pm 1 s 4A pm 8 10 pm s 40 pm 0 80 pm 7 00 pm SUNDAY, Teave ; Arrive Leave Arrive Springs. Las Vegas. Iai vegns. Borings. 12 noon. 12 25 pm. it SO pm 100pm Nrg. 8 and 4 are solid yestlbulld limited trains, composed of dining cars, Pullman paiace urawing room cars ana cuaw cars between chlcflKO and Los Angeles. Han Di ego ana Ban ranci co. Nos, 1 and 2, I'aclflc and Atlantic express, have Pullman palace drawing-room cars, tourist sleeping cars and -coaches between Chicago and Los Angeles, San Diego and eaa rrancisco. v . Nos. 1 and 2. Mexico and Atlantic eznress. have tourist sleeolne cars between Chica go and Albuqueroue, and Pullman palace cars and coaches between Chicago and the City of Mex'co, E. Copklaju, uen. Agent, r.i raso.'iex. W. K BROWMB, T. F.A P. A., El Paso.TeX. Chas.p Jones. Agent, Las Vegas, N.M, RAILROAD I Western Division. Cis:il Time Table Ko: 38. W. Belnhart, John J. UcOook, receivers,'. In effect Sunday, August 6th, 1895. W BSTWAHM. BTAT1UN8. JCASIWAHD 6 00 p 10 00 p 9 10 a 1 56 P 4 00 p 7 00 p 6 40 a 7 W p 12 10 p 8 00 a 4 40p 8 06a 4 68 p 8 26 a 5 S p 9 10 a 8 10 p 13 SO p 9 00 p 1 BO p 11 38 p 4 SOp 12 66 a 6 00 p 1 66 a 7 40 p 6 48 a 1 66 a 7 60 a 4 40a 9 20a 6 26a 1 40 p u 49 a t 10 p 2 80 p a oop 8 06 p 8 60 p 10 46 a 10 46 a Chlcavo 10 SO Pi 8 80a Kansas City Denver LAS VEQA8 Albuquerque Ooolldge . -Wlnpate . Oallup Holbrooa. Wlnslow Flasstaa - Williams Ash Fork: Kingman Tbe Needles Blaite - Daggett Barstow Mojave . Los Angelet SanFranclsco 7 uua 6 15p 2 '5 a 8 15 p 8 85 p 8 05 p 2 p io 40 a t 7 27a 6 05a 4 50a 6 00 p 8 80 p 2 66 p 9 00a 4 86a 4 08a 8 40 a 12 20 a 11 06 p 8 40 p 6 65 p 5 0p 12 80 p 10 00 a 8 aoa 8 45 a 8 20a 11 82 p SD1D 7 25 p 9Up 2 10 p 10 00 a 7 roa I 8 OOp 8 80 pj 880 p Summer or Winter. The Santa Fe ronte Is the most comforta ble railway between California and the east. Tbe mealr at Harvey's nininir Rooms am an excellent feature of the line. Tbe Grand fanoi of tbe Oolorado run h reached In no otber way. JKO. J BYRNE, Gen. Pass. Agent, L- s Angelei.Cal. O. H. 8PKKK8, Ant, Gen.Pasi. Agent, Ban Francisco. Climax, Star, .Newsboy, Horse Shoe, Pijxir Ueidsisok, Something Good, Old Honesty, Clipper Navy, Bootjack, Anchor, No Tax, , Pure Stuff, Natural Leaf B. T. Gravely, sunerior. d. B. W.N.T Out of Bight, And a onmnlnta stoolr of Vannv Smoklnc Tnhannnt Pride of Kentucky. also Pipes Yucatan Twist, f nne mewing ""V" "yw!, t Other brands of tobacno too niimnrnm to mention, anil ropuiar rnoes. ( will be sold at kinds of pipes General Broker. Land Grants, Improved Ranches, Native Cattle, Improved Cattle, Cattle Ranges, Horses and Sheep, Real Estate. Etc. Land Scrip of all Kinds, Territorial and County Warrants. Gen . eral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under the United States Land Laws. LAS VEGAS, EAST LAS Essinger LI i II CHAFFIN & DUNCAN, Livery and Sale Stable. GOOD RIGS AND LIVELY, GENTLE TEAMS. Horses boarded by the day or month. Will keep on hand all kinds of Hay, Grain and Teed. Lowest prices guaranteed. Agents for the cele brated Mitchrll Wagon. - Give us a cJl . DOUGLAS AVENUE, EAST LAS VEGA3, N. M. They embody more points of genuine merit than any other wheels made. No other machine stands so high In the estimation of cyclists, because Waverleys are built on honest value lines, and purchasers receive full value for tbe investment 13 jy a Wav erly and you will never be ashamed of your mount. - - "' """ - MADS BT INDIANA BICYCLE CO., ' INDIA SAPOLIS, IND. J, J. II. TEITLEBAUM. The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co. TEITLEBAUM & SAVILLE. 109 Sixth Street, Uppoelte Sao Miguel National Bjnk. UHTT1NO IT Havana, Mexican and Whiskies. Bour MaBh Bourbon i i. i ...... 2.25 " " " 2.50 Samples only 5c, K-Pt8.15e,Pt9.25o Q s.50u Finbr Whiskies. "Carlisle", Bole Agent... ...4.13 U. 8. Club $0 John Hannins; 4 03 Samples lOo, Half Pts. 25c, Fts. 50c, Qts. $1. Finkst Whiskies. Belle of Anderson $4.2.1 Cream Rye 4.73 Ouckenhoimer 5.60 McBrayer. Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone SAMPLES, ONLY lOo. Half-pints 85o, Pints 05c, Quarts, $1.25. Domestic Cigars. , Bole Agent for ' the Celebrated RailsputtkbJ' Cigar. So Straight $2.25 per box. . California and Native Wines from 25o per Bottle, and $1 per Gallon, np. 49-Bear entrance from Lincoln Ave., between Optio Office and Rosenthal Bros.-e P. 8. "Press the Button, We'll do the rest." HEADQUARTERS, Corner Center Street and Railroad Avenue. Fine 7ines! Choicest Your Patronage Solicited. Elegant Club Room and Short Or der Lunch Counter TN CONNECTION WITH THE SALOOM Voor address, with six cents in sumps, mailed to our HeaoV Suarters, II Eliot St., Boitoi, in., will bring you a full line of samples, and rules for self measurement, of our justly fa mous S3 panta ; Suits, 813.26; Overcoats, 1 10.26, and up. Cut to order. Agents wanted every where. New Plymouth Rock Co. T O-Ootiiott, cMtMCTOR S BUILDEL Job Work and Repairing, House Mov ing and Raising a Specialty SHOP OOR. NINTH AND INTEROCEAN CU71 It Is wanted for AMERICAN HOMES, A Richly Illcstoatio Momthxt, tor people who wish to' PLAN, BUILD Sf BEAUTIFY SB Ikeir HOMES. Filled with Bright Ideas, fx tttivai, uummuD sense n DeBigns 4t Flans; Ar rangement of GrounriR Decorating, Furnishing, etc., etc. Send 10 cents for a copy and learn how to get toe $5 Fi AN ANECDOTE. American Homes Pub, Co. Bei 7i- KNOXVIIXB, TENN m FOR 8 ANECDOTE. MACKEL Tobacconist; Exchange Hotel, west side Plata, Las Vegas, A Complete Stock of Imported, Key Mexican and Domestic West and Walking Canos and tbe best lino of lobaoco. whnlssala and mtnll uttha lnwt nrlnu. All cleaned and repaired neatly at lowest prices. NEW MEXICO Wholesale and Retail , Liquors and Cigars. VEGAS. N. M.- Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. M. Are built in 2 the Largest IGYGLES. and Best - Equipped Factory in the World. RATSBUN SHOE GO liflM of flight. F. Wright, Agt. r. SAVILLE, Mors DOWN FINK. PBlt oai,. All Brands of Chewing; and Smoking Tobaccos and Cigarettes. $'3.00 LiQuors! Best Cigars OFFICE KB AND DIRECTORS. John Shank, President. . R. L. H. Ross, Vice-President. J. B. Moore, Sec'y aud Treai. V. U JameBon, Manager, L. O. Jameson. ' ; - THE Las Veps TeiPiie Co. Cor. Manzanares and Lincoln Aves. East Las Vegas, N. M. Electric Door Bells, BnrgTar Alarms and Private Telephones put in at reasonable rates. A Subscription -to tbe I "1ERI FREE! to subscribers to the DAILY OPTIC Who, in the next thirty daj's. pay us one year' v inscription' in advance.