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THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 9, 1896.
The establishment of a beet sugar
factory in Eddy county will be an ad
ditional reason why the voters of New
Mexico should vote the republican
ticket. In order to flourish, the beet
sugar industry of the United States must
be protected against the cheap labor of
Germany and other European countries
Tuk democratic papers of Nov Mex
ico are still worrying themselves over
the result of the last republican Torrl
torial convention , at Albuquerque.
Why thev should, however, is not ex
actly plain. But then they must fill
up their columns with something, and
that is about as good or as bad as any.
An exchange has applied the X rays
to the presidential situation, and it
looks like this :
El K ins
Dav I s
AI L Ison
Re E d
On April 29th, at Phoenix, will be
held the republican Territorial conven
lion of Arizona, for the purpose of se
lecting six delegates to the national
convention. The fight over the del-
egatesbips is quite animated and if the
republicans of Arizona wish to be on
the winning fide and know what
best for them, then . and in that case,
they will send a solid McEinley delega
tion to represent them at St. Louis.
The republicans in the city of Santa
Fe made a most gallant fight against
heavy odds, on Tuesday last, and were
beaten by small majorities out of a
total vote of 1,052. The democratic
administration and the sheriff's office
were too much for them. On Sunday
and on Monday, about twenty-five re
publicans were placed in jail, without
cause and upon fictitious charges of
disturbing the peace. '. It took time
and money by the republican? to
straighten out this matter, and then
about a dozen votes were lost by prom
ises of no prosecution if the defend
ants voted the democratic ticket.
PHYSICIANS MAY ADVERTISE.
The ethical code of the medical
profession received a rude shock and
that too from a state supreme court,
that of Iowa, not long since. As all
are aware, it is strictly out of form for
a physician to advertise. It has not
only been considered against the
statute made and provided, but so an
tagonistic to ethical culture as to make
the guilty person a fit subject for pro
fessional boycott. A physician of Ot-
tumwa concluded that he would make
weekly visits to neighboring towns,
and advertised the fact. His brother
physicians were astonished and met
the case in a peculiar manner. They
claimed that be came under the head
of "any itinerant vendor of drugs, nos
trums or appliances, who shall adver
tise to cure disease, injury or deform
ity," shall pay a license, and they
sought to put him on the quack list,
Both the district and supreme court
held that he had a legal right to ad
vertise, and would have been neglect
ing his business interests had he done
otherwise. It is easy to understand
the aesthetio nature of the r-trictly
ethical revolt at placing the profession
on strictly business lines, but with this
decision it is cot easy to. see how it
can be avoided.
Daily mail communication between
Silver City and Mogollon, via Cliff and
Graham, commenced on Wednesday
purunig, April ist.
' t'STV NQVMltNMliNT,
lion, Joseph Chumberluln, la the
Varum, for November, 1892, had a
interestinz article on "Municipal In
dilutions lo America and England
llutays: "The total annual muni
cipal expenditure -(excepting the ap
propriations for schools and alms
bouses), of Birmingham, is only
81.GG5.000. white that of Boston Is
$10,194,000, or more than six time
that of Birmingham," and adds, altor
discussing the causes of this enormous
disproportion, "We may at once dls
cms the Idea that it is to be attributed
to a more liberal franchise, the auffragi
is more widely extended in Birmlng.
bam than in Boston." The sam
state of affairs, though the dispropor
tion is not so great, exists in the cities
of Berlin and New York, yet no one
will venture to say that the Amerioan
metropolis is better governed than the
The most practical reform in a mis
governed city is to elect an honest, in
telligtnt citizen as a mayor, provided
of course, be Is vested with the power
of appointment and removal; one who
has the courage to act aooording to bis
convictions; a judge of human nature,
and the fact that be has been success'
ful in his private life Is not at all ob
jeotionable, Mr. Chamberlain was
successful manufacturer of Birming
ham. He served thrice as mayor with
It is a very fair definition of a mayor
to say he is the chief magistrate of
city. Outside of the powers vested In
him by law, he should minister to the
happiness and safety of the people, Ir
respective of politics, religion or birth
be should keep a watohful eye over the
expenditures of the different depart
ments, and whilst he should encourage
public improvements for the health and
comfort of the citizens, he should, at
the same time, instill economy, vigi
lanca and rigid honesty into every
branch of municipal affairs.
The word ''mayor" first occurs in the
year 1189, when Richard I substituted
a mayor for the two bailiffs of London
To this day, most of the mayors of the
larger cities are chosen by the "city
fathers" and not by direct vote of the
people. In some of the German cities
he is appointed for life, "bene gerens,1
or during good' behavior.
The burgomaster (burgermeister) of
a German city Berlin, for example
is an expert in the general art of niu
nicipal administration. Associated
with him in the magisterial councils
are experts in law, in finance, in edu
cation, in engineering, in sanitary sci
ence, in publio charily, in forestry and
park management and in water and
gas supplies. Although the analogy will
seem a little crude, it will answer the
purpose to compare the governmental
structure of a German city with that
of a railroad corporation. The board
of directors chosen by the stockholders
appoint a general superintendent, or
manager, a general passenger agent, i
general freight agent, a chief legal ad
viser, a chief engineer, a superintend-
ent of motive power, etc. . The share
holders represent the voters of Berlin,
the board of directors the municipal
council, the general superintendent the
chief burgomaster, and the general
officers at the heads of the depart
ments the magistrates. The choice of
the burgomaster, however, is subject
to the approval of the emperor, who
may veto, without giving his reasons,
the election of anyone not in sym
patby with him. The present head
mayor, or burgomaster, of Berlin, Herr
Zelle, is a liberal of pronounced views,
and whose party is opposed to the em
peror. This did not Interfere with his
confirmation, as he is a gentleman of
dignified and courteous manners, and
an ideal personage for a mayor.
A LETTER OF INQUIRY.
Information Wanted Concerning
Murder Committed in Lincoln
To the Editor of the Optic.
Ossett, England, March 23rd, 1896.
We respectfully ask whether you can
give us any information, or send us a
copy or copies of your paper contain,
ing any particulars, with reference to
the following affair : .
We hear that a murder, or crime
somewhat approaching that nature,
was alleged to have been committed at
a camp called White Oaks, New Mex
in either May or October, 1894.
The parties concerned were men named
Fitzpatrick, (who was shot), Oliver
Peaks, (now awaiting his trial), and
1 wo of these men are natives of this
boro, and owing to the reticence ob
served by relatives, we have only just
become aware of the occurrence. For
the same reason, we are able to glean
only the most meagre detail?, and
therefore ask vour assistance, should
the matter have come under your no
The county In which the camp is sit.
uated is staled to bo Lincoln; but on
this we are unable to ascertain any
Hoping that from this somewhat
bare outline you will be able to assist
us in our quest, and thanking you in
anticipation, we are,
S. Cockbukn & Son.
P. S. We will gladly remit cost of
postage, papers, etc.
The Taos Monitor states that there is
a rush of Taos county prospectors to
Copper mountain district, in the Picu-
rts range, in southern Taos county. It
is said "rich gold has been discovered
there." In 1880, Col. Willison, of
Santa le, discovered float thereabouts
which assayed 60 per cent, copper and
showed free gold.
rrrm. Whfl It that on.
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and his blood impure he keeps his nerves
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The Attempt to Rush the New Mex
ioo Bill Through Congress De
feated in the House.
Special Dispatch to the Globe-Democrat.
Washington, D. C, April 6 The
bill to authorize the issue of bonds by
New Mexico to re-build the burned
capitol at Santa Fe, to which bad been
attached amendments to validate cer
tain other railroad bonds, amounting
in all to nearly $400,000, was brought
up for consideration in the house, to.
dav. and leave asked to pass it under
a suspension of the rules. The propo
sition was defeated after a debate in
which some insinuations were made
that the matter ought to be further, in.
vestigated, and that unfair advantage
was being taken.
Mr. Owens, of KentucVy, from the
committee on Territories, argued In
favor of the bill's passage, stating that
there was no question that the bonds
represented a. legal obligation of the
people of the Territory, and innocent
holders, who bad bought them at par.
and in many instanoe above par, ought
not to be allowed to suffer.
Congressman Cooper, of Texas, said
tbat he was very much surprised by
the attempt to rush the bill through
He had, he said, been making investi
(rations, and had given notice that
probably a minority report would be
presented. Gov. Thornton and other
prominent citizens were aggressively
opposed to the validation of these
bonds, which, they alleged, wore
fraudulent, and further inquiry ought
to be had before action was taken.
there was no good ground for refusing
to validate the bonds, it was sur.
prising, be thought, that Delegate
Catron did not advocate the action.
A number of Inquiries were made by
members of Mr. Cooper and Mr
Owens, with the result tbat sufficient
suspicion of the righteousness of the
committee's recommendation was
aroused to defeat the proposition to
pass the bill under suspension of the
rules by an almost two to one vote.
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Hood's Pill are the best after-dinner pills
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Adjutant General Knaebel, of Santa
Fe, is in receipt of the honorable dis
cbarge of Franklin Latimore, late of
troop is, lourtn U. s. cavalry, woo was
discharged at Fort Craig, N. M Jan
unry Oth, W63. Tbis discharge was
delivered by Jose Abran Luoero, of
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None But Ayer's at the World's Pair.
Ayer's Sarsapanlla enjoys the ex
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the only blood purifier allowed an ex
hibit at the World's .fair, Cbioago,
Manufacturers of other Sarsaparillas
sought by every means to obtain a
showing 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 Wotld's fair authorities
n favor of Ayer's Sarsaparilla 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 "
At the league meeting at Eddy,' the
publio sohool, Sunday school and
league matters were discussed, after
which a vote of thanks was tendered
the teacher, Mr. Butler, f ir the faith
ful performance of his duty and the
genera wish is that he be re-appointed
for the ensuing year.
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Instances from las vkoa r.
Wagon Hound 45
gan Miguel ....2V
ttclilson... j-. 770
Kansas 01 ty ,786
Ht. LoulS ....1,088
New Vork 2,187
lloston s 419
Santa Fe 83
Los bunas.. 152
San Marclal 2S5
Las Oruces H4
City of Mexico... 1 612
i os Angeles I,r88
San Dleito i.ohb
El Paso SUA
Demlng , St3
an Francisco... 1,845
Uuayines ;. 906
silver uity ...... ..n
v. not springs
WhlteOaks. direct.. 160
La Junta 215
Galveston, direct.. 700
ALTITUDE OV VARIOUS PLACES.
Hot Sp'gS Park.. 6767
Spark's Ranch. .
Kansas City 766
Katon Tuun.l ....Ifin
Las Vegas 6152
Snta Fe .....
7018 Continental Li-
6001 vide on A. AP ....7256
Bocorro 465 Flagstaff 6X66
KIPaso WW2 Needles 477
Leadvilie loom salt Lake City.... 1225
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HARMAN J. HOOVER, Pastor.
Bunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching
at 11 a. ra., followed by thirty minutes
class meeting. Ifipwortb League at 7 :Uu p.
m. Evening service 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 servioes.
CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CON-
V CAPTION. .
FATHER T. P. O'KEEFE, Pastor.
Masses will be said at 6:80 and 9:00 1
m. Sunday scbool at 8 p.m. vespers and
benediction, of the Blessed Sacrament, at
7:30 p. m. Daily morning mass at o:ou
m. Sermon, at high mass, at 9:00 a. m.
CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF
VERY REV. J A 8. H. DEFOURI, Pastor.
Ray. MiuiucK Olieb, Assistant.
First mass, for winter season, at 6:80 a.
m. Becond ma9s, for winter season, at 8 I
a. m. High mass for winter season, at
10:00 a. m. Sunday school at B.UU p. in.
Vespers and Beneiiction at 4:00 p. m.
Tbe fathers will preach both In Jfingllsn
ana epanisn. - .
REV. L. 8CHREIBER,
Pastor in Charge.
Services every Friday, 8 p. m.; Bunday
morning, 11 a. id.: Bunday sobool, every
Saturday morning;, 9:30 to 12 o'clock, and
Sunday mornings, from 10 to 11 o'clock.
M. E. CHURCH.
Rav. G. W. TOL80N, Pastor.
Preaching at 11 a. m. Sunday school at
a:w p. m. cervices at r.w p. in.
Singing; and prayer meeting, Wednes
WANTED, for Investors with
Money furnisned ior developing
mining PK03PE0TS. Good
Gold, Silver and Copper properties
can be SOLD QUICKLY by
AMERICAN MINING EXCHANGE,
CONDENSED TIME TABLE.
WK ST WARD
No. 8. No.l.
10 00pm) Chicago
12 S iam
5 OOn in
j 0 iinji.4ii--as (jitj
1 rraui u mn
7 89am 7 25om
8 15am 10 lupui
10 81am 12 07am
12 lo.iml tHdui
5 20 pm
2 85pmi 8 40am
9 Bsam'll 05pm
7 27 'ml 8 45pm
7 OOaml 8 00pm
.1045ainhanFrancls 6 30pm
HOT SPRINGS BRANCH.
Additional Trains on Sundays.
Leave Arrive T.pate, Arnvn
Las Vegas 'Springs Sprlngb Las Vegas
an am luouam 2 is pm 4.3 45 pm
S 10 pm 8 40 pm 8 SO pm 1 00 pm
Leave Arrive Leave Arrive
Springs. Las Vegas. Las Vegas. Springs.
12 noon. 12 25 pm. 12 30 pm 1 00pm
Nos. 8 and 4 are solid vestlbuled limited
trains, composed of dining cars, Pullman
paiace orawing room cars and chair cars
: oecween t nicairo ana is Anirfl KH. Man nt.
ego and San Francl co. .
Nos, 1 and 2, PaclHc and Atlantic express,
have Pullman ra lace drawing-room cars,
tourist sleeping cars and coaches between
unicago and l.os Angeles, San Diego aud
Nos. 1 and 2. Mexico and Atlantic nnrua
have tourist sleeping cars between Chica
go and Albuquerque, and Pullman palace
cars and coaches between Cnlcnirn and thn
WIJT Ol UM CO, Hi. UOPELAND,
uen. Agent, ji l'aso.Tex.
W. R Browne,
T. F. T. A., El Paso.Tex.
" Oas.P JONES,
Agent, Las Vegas, N.M.
Western Division.' J
Mefld Time 'TaHe No. 38.
J. W. Belnbart, John J. McOook, -
In effect Bunday, August Oth, 1895.
WKSTWAKD. I BTATIONa, I
6 on p
10 so p
6 ho a
8 10 a
1 so p
7 00 p
7 as p
Log An geles
7 uo a
5 15 p
8 46 a
8 16 p
2 20 U
t oo p
8 80 p
2 65 p
3 40 a
12 20 a
11 Oft p
8 45 p
6 40 p
18 80 p
10 00 a
8 45 a
ia 10 p
8 25 a
9 10 a
4 M P
6 85 p
8 10 II
10 40 a
9 no d
i no p
4 20 p
8 00 p
7 40 p
t 40 a
9 a-, a
7 27 a
a 48 a
11 82 p
7 25 p
2 10 p
io oo a
11 46 a
6 50 p
10 45 a
s on p
10 45 a!
B SO P
Summer or Winter.
Tbe Santa Fe route ts the most comrorta-
bio railway between California and tbe
Tbe mnalr at Harvey's Dining Rooms are
an excellent leature of tbe line.
Tbe Grand Canm of the Colorado can be
reached In no other way,
Gen. Pass. Agent. Lri Angeles, Cal.
O, U. 6 PEE US,
jNewsooy, More nuoe,
Something Good, ,
B. T. Gravely, superior,
W. N. T., Out of Bight,
Pride of Kentucky,
Health and Prosperity, ,
Popular Prices. 1
Land Grants, Improved Ranches, Native Cattle, Improved
Cattle, Cattle Ranges, Horses and Sheep, Real Estate- Stc.
Land Scrip of all Kinds, Territorial and County Warrants. Gen
eral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under the
United States Land Laws.
CHAFFIN & DUNCAN,
Livery and Sale Stable.
GOOD BIGS AND LIVELY, GENTLE
Horses boarded bv the dav or month. Will keen on hand all kind ol
Hay. Grain and Teed. Lowest prices guaranteed. Agents for the cele
brated Mitchr-U Wagon. Give us
They embody more paints of genuine merit
machine stands so high In the estimation
honest value lines, and purchasers receive full value for tbe investment. Bay a Wav
erly and you will never be ashamed of your mount.
INDIANA BICYCLE CO.,
INDIANAPOLIS, IN P.
J. n. TEITLEBAUM.
The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co,
109 Sixth Street, Opposite
Sour Mash Bourbon
i ' ..... ."6
. .... 2.51)
Samples only 5c, Pts.l5c,Pts.25o Q s.50c
Finer Whiskies. .
"Carlisle". Sole Agent $4.00
Sola Acent for
Samples 10c, Half Ft. Xic, r ts. ouc, yta. 1.
Belle of Anderson
$2.25 per box.
Ouckenheimer. . . .'
McBrayer, Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone
Half- pints 85c, Pints
' California and Native Wines from 25o per Bottle, aud $1 per Oallon, up.
Ay Hear entrance from Lincoln Ave., between Optte Office and Rosenthal liros.-s
f. S. "Press tbe Button, We'll do the rest."
Corner Center Street and Railroad Avenue.
Your Patronage Solicited.
Elegant Club Room and Short Or
der jjtm.cn counter
IN CONNECTION WITH THE RALOONT
Your addreu, with six cent
la stamps, mailed to our Head-
Suarten, 11 I! I lot St., Boitol,
ui, will bring you a full line
oi samples, ana rules for self
measurement, of our justly fa
moui S3 panti ; Suits, $13.25;
Overcoats, $ 10.28, and up. Cut
to order. Agents wanted every
where. New Plymouth Rock Co.
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER.
! Job Work and Repairing, House Mot
Ing and Raising a Specialty
8HOP COB. NINTH AND INTEROCEAN
It la wanted tor
A Richlt Illustrated Monthly,
for people who wish to
Ibtlr HOMES. I
Filled with Bright Ideas,
a Designs A PlanB; Ar
rangement of Grounds;
Send 10 cents for a codt
and learn how to get tue
$5 Ki N ANECDOTE.
Box 7). KNOXV1LLB, TENN.
J. B. MACKEL, Tobacconist,"
Exchange Hotel, west side Plaza, Las Vegas.
A Complete Stock of Imported, Key West
Mexican and Domestic
And a complete Hook of Fanoy Sraoklng Tobacco
also Pipes and Walking Canes and tbe best lino ol
fine Chewing Tobacco.
' Other brands of tobaooo too numerous to mention, and
will be sold at wholesale and retail at tbe lowest prices. All
kinds of pipes cleaned and repaired noatly at lowest prices.
Wholesale and Retail
, Liquors and Cigars.
VEGAS. N. M.
Las Vegas, N. M.
EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M.
Are built in
RATHBM SHOE CO
piflhet of pifih ade.
than any other wheels made. So other
of cyclists, because Waverleys are built on
F. Wright, Agt.
P. SAVILLE, Mors
Sua Miguel National B.iuk.
65c, Quarts, $1.25.
Lipor s! Best Ciiars
(OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
John Shank, President. '
R. L. M. Ross, Vice-President.
i. E. Moore, Sec'y aud Treai.
V. H Jameson, Manager,
L. O. Jameson.
Lis :Tiem feWiii Co.
Cor. Man-anaros and Lincoln Aves.
East Las Vegas, N. M.
Electric Door Hells, Burglar
Alarms nnd Private Telephones put
in at reasonable rates.
to the i
to subscribers to the
DAILY OPTIC )
Who, in the next thirty days, " jJ
pay us one year' tubscription
p, y. Bo vSv N, Y, City,
A 'ft. Gen. ran. Agent, Ban Francijco,
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