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THE DAILY OPTIC.
K. A. KISTLT.R, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Kast Las Ve poswtlU'o Kor transmission mulls as soconcl-clusa matter. ems, N. Mi through the OKl'HJIAL PAl'KU OVTHH OITT. Kpectul Notice. IAS Voi miir optic Delivered toy mall, post-paid, no. oo per annum; Ift.uo for six nuiiitlisi $a.r,0 for three mouths, liy car rier, 5 emits pur week. &AS Vkuaii Wkkklt OPTIC 83 columns, de livered by mull, post-nahl, la.uu per an num, H.W) for nix months, ll.oo for three months. HIiiKle copies in wrappers, 5 centa. Hample copies of both dully and weekly, mulled freu whan desired, Olve postoHlce nrtilross In full, incluillnn state. Oouiiiohponuknuh ContalnlnK nkws, solici ted from all parts of the country. Oom munlentloiis addressed to the editor of 'i'HK optic, to Insure attention,' should be accompanied ly the writer's full name and address, not for publication, but as a KUrtranty of Kood faith. Bkmittanoks May be made by draft.money order, postal note, express or registered letter at our risk, Address nil letters and telegrams to Tub Optic, Kast Las Vegas, New Mexico. IjIivv of Newspapers. If subscribers order the discontinuance of newspapers, the publishers may con tinue to send them until all arrearages are ptild. If pnbscrlbors refuse or neglect to take their newspapers from the office to which thoy are sent, they are held responsible un til ther have settled the bill and ordered them discontinued. If (.ubscrloors move to other places with out lnformln K the publisher, and the news Sapors are sent to the former place of resl once tliov are then resoonslble- Buok board Malls, Malls on the Star routes leave Las Vegas as follows: I.ns Vexas to Fort Bumner, lncludln Anton Chlco, Los Oolonals, Eden. Santo Rosa and Puerto de Luna, trl-weekly, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and ar rive on alternate days of each week. Las Vegas to Fort llascom, Including Ouaporlto, Galllnns Springs, El Cuervo, Bell Ranch, Liberty and Kndee, trl-weekly, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, of each week, and arrive on alternate days. Las Vegas to Mora, including Los Alamos, Bapollo, ban Ytfnaclo and Koclada, 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. . . Conveyance on Fort Sumner line, Is by two-horso bucsboard, on Fort Bascom ana Mora linos by single-horse buckboard. To Lesperance by private conveyance usually soring wagon. WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 15, 1896 It is indeed gratifying to note the number of prominent democrats in Lis Vegas and Saa Miguel county who are this year affiliating heartily and determinedly with the republican party. To their interests to do so, you know. A CORRESPONDENT Of THE OPTIC says: "I find newspaper work un speakably fatiguing, yielding neither money nor glory, and I have concluded to try something else." This corre spondent is eminently correct, and he will do well to go into some other line of business, even if be to take the pro prietorship of a peanut stand. There is less money and less glory to the hard working newspaper writer than any other man in the world who labors for his living. He is worried, hurried and vexed from sua up to sun duwn, and while Tom, Dick and Harry are pour ing their narratives into his ear about their various little petty grievances and inspirations, he has to look after the printers and furnish copy to them. The Optic office is the busiest shop in Las Vegas, and it is not too much to say that it is the most useful shop in Las Vegas. There are a good many well meaning parsons who haven't much sense outside of the avocations they pursue in lite, who will find it difficult to understand this proposition. A FAIIl FOR IiAS VEGAS. Why is it that Las Vegas does not have a fair? Tho country contributary to this city is the most densely popu lated in the Territory. It has a great er diversity of interests than any area contiguous to any other city in New Mexico. It commands some of the largest cattle ranches, many of the most numerous sheep - herds, the best agricultural parts of New Mexico, the sections where are raised a great variety and abundance of fruits, while it also roaches a larger number of blooded horses, cattle and other stock than can be as conveniently reached by any other town in the Territory Nothing, therefore, is wanting to make Las Vegas the best place in New Mexi co for the holding of an annual fair, except the want of interest in the mat ter on the part of our own home peo pie. This apathy can scarcely arise from .any cause other than want of attention to the subject; for no city in the south west is quicker to act than is Las Vegas, when once the leading men of the city become convinced of the de sirability of any particular course Yet it teems strange that the desira bility of an annual fair for the Meadow city, should need to be argued, or that the attention of such live citi zens as those of whom Las Vegas can boast, must needs be called to the im portance of the matter. No one who has lived In those states where agricultural and mechanical fairs are common to almost every lead ing county, or who has visited, those cities where yearly expositions are held, needs to be told that the bene fits resulting from the regular holding of a fair, aro incomparably greater than the necessary expense incident to the organization and maintenance of the enterprise. The improvements of stock, the stimulation of better meth ods and the striving after better re sults in agriculture and in fruit and vegetable production, the incoming of people, the increased circulation of money, the spreading abroad of the reputation of the city, and the familiar izing of the people of other places with oar advantages and resources all these are benefits accruing from an annual fair in exact proportion to the ability with which such fair is man aged and conducted. Let us have a air at Las Vegas by all means. , Til 10 MKTHOD1ST T1MH LIMIT. The pastoral time limit in the Moth' odist Epi&oopal church Is ono of the principal subjects of discussion among the members whioh ooroposo that mi portant body ot Christians, Tho old idea of itinerancy of ministers worked well in the earlier days of Methodism, when annual changes of pastors were made, but as time went on It was found advisable to permit ministers to re main longer in charge ot a oburch or a circuit. In many instances, it was highly detrimental to make an arbl trary change and thus Interfere with work which the pastor had in charge, and which could not be transferred to a suooossor without suffering impair ment. Especially is this the caso in large towns and cities. Thus it was found advisable, some years ago, to extend the time limit of the pastorate and now there are many who think it should be abolished altogether, thus allowing a minister to roaaain with a congregation as long as is mutually satisfactory. On the other hand, there are many conservative Methodists who will op pose vigorously any change in the present system, and who are prepared to offer what they regard as strong arguments against any further change in the time limit. The body which has jurisdiction over the question is the general conference, which meets once in four years. The next session of the body will convene this spring, and it is the near approaoh ot the general conference which has made tho matter a sub j act for disons sion at this time. An impression is abroad that the general conference will decide the matter, but this is a wrong impression. The extension or removal of the time limit Is not before the church In an official form. The general conference will have to consider cer tain memorials and resolutions now on their way, but it is not likely to take any action. Such is the opinion ot the Pittsburgh Christian Advocate, one of the organs of the denomination, which says: No conference, either lay or ministerial, is called upon in any way to consider this question. Any of them may do so if they choose, and may send tbe result of their action up to the general conference. That is the privilege of any conference at any time and on any question. But tbe mat ter has not been sent down by tbe general conference. Borne conferences have dis cussed tbe question, but a majority have said nothing on the subject. We do nof expect to see tbe limit removed this time. What the future may do, we will not say. ' Nebraska having no favorite Bon of its own since the withdrawal of ex Senator Manderson from the presiden tial race, she will, perhaps, unani mously . indorse the candidacy of ex Governor McKinley at the state con vention to be held at Omaho, this afternoon. If the expressed opinions of Senator Thurston, and other promi nent, followers of McKinley, count for anything, the convention will not only express a preference tor the Napoleon of protection,, but will jump into the McKinley band wagon with an alac rity that will astound those who have been claiming the state for other candidates. I g 1J eajr Qecretof Beauty O J of the complexion, hands, arms, and hair is found in the per fect action of the Pores, produced by itipvttHi m effectlve Lvlfelijrt skin purifying and C(Ah a beautifying soap in UUfll fr the world, as well as purest and sweetest for toilet, bath, and nursery. For distressing facial eruptions, dry, thin, and fall ing hair, and baby blemishes, it is absolutely incomparable. Bold throughout the world. Potteh Dana Uta Chem. Coup., Bole Props., Boston, U. 8. A. At the Lincoln Monument. Springfield, III., April 15 As has been its custom for years past, the Lincoln memorial league to-day ob served the anniversary of the death of the martyred president by holding ap propriate exercises at the Lincoln monument. There was prayer and singing by a select choir and orations on tbe life, work and death ot tbe president. - It behooves every citizen in city, town and country to keep posted on the stirring events that will oocur in this country and in the old world within the next nine months. Tbe re suits will affect all, personally, directly or indireo.ly. This nation is on the eve of the most exoiting presidential campaign in its history,- European politics are in a very complicated state, and scientists are applying their discoveries to many lines that will pro duce startling new things. To keep abreast with the world one should read, in addition to the local or county paper, a live metropolitan newspaper, such as The Twice-a-Wetk Republic, of St. Louis. It is tbe most progressive journal in the United States, and in each issue it gives the latest political news of all parties in the field, the latest general news of the world and many valuable special feat. ures besides. This model newspaper is delivered twice-a-week by mail for only $1 a year, or less than one cent a copy. Tbe price of the Daily and Sun day Republic has recently been reduced to only io a year by man. The Cause of Woman Suffrage. To the Editor of the Optic: Las Vkuas, N. M., April 15th, 189G. As previously stated, Mrs. Julia 11. Nelson has been sent to New Mexico to take the place of Mrs. Laura M. Johns. Mrs. Nelson has visited Albu querque, holding a public meeting, speaking on the subject of woman suf frage, and appointing a committee wb will arrange lor a Territorial conven tion. This convention will not be held till the last week in April, on the 28th and 29th. The date is thus delayed to secure tbe attendance of Mrs. Johns who, in addition to spending nearly month in Arizona, last winter, has for the past two months worked there, most unremittingly. Unwillingly, they even now relinquish her, because of the demand from Idaho. Mrs. Nelson was scarcely in jN'gw Pmxigo till the message comes she is going oi to Oklahoma. Why is it that the national workers give so much more time to tbe other Territories and the new states of the west than to New Mexico P Why is It that the impression prevails that in New Mexbo little can be done! It is the ablest women, the brighten women, those occupying the most prominent and influential positions, who are interested in this cause. We have most strenuously combated the assertion that the women of this Territory are not as eagerly interested in any forward movement as in our sister Territories. We trust the attendance at the Albu querque convention may be so large, and such interest manifested as to fully confirm our assertion that the people of New Mexico are anxious to do their part, and take their place in any for ward movement. Tu insure tho success of the cause, it is most important to secure as leaders well-known, capable women. Such are not lacKing in this section. Their in terestand co-operation gained, New Mexico will quickly secure the recog nition she needs and deserves. An ao tive interest in public affairs on the part of the thinking, influential women in the Territory, win greatly aid in preparing the way tor statehood. A WORKER. Report has reached Albuquerque that a forest fire has prevailed near Copper City, in the portbwest corner of Bernalillo county. Tbe lire burned timber of tbe "Eureka" mine aDd about fonr square miles of fine timber A camp fire was the basis of the fire, tbe wind scattering brands, " which caught evervthing of an inflammable character. Post Office Inspector A. P. Frederick, inspected the Hanover postoffice, Grant eounty, and pronounced it in splendid condition. From Hanover he went to Silver City, where the case of the Ivanhoe pos l office rubbery will be heard. Mr. Frederick wa for some twenty years connected with the C. B. & Q. in tbe capacity ot traiomaster and assistant superintendent. The stage line from Springer to Elizabethtown is now doing a rushing business, many going to the wonderful mining district every week. Judge and Mrs. N. C. Collier held a reception at their residence at Alba querque, in honor of their guest, "Miss Soligoac, niece of - Archbishop Cbapello. The entertainment was a double affair, as it was not only a re ception to their lady guest, but it also represented tho fourteenth anniversary of the marriage of Judge and Mrs. Col lier. Judge S. B. Newoomb, of Las Cruces, has gone to Washington, where he will appear before the United States supreme court in the Texas fever case of Lynch vs. Grayson. Delegate Catron will also appear in the case as one of the attorney;. Israel King, of Deming, and two employes, Henry Coleman and John Ward, are still confined In a filthy prison at Juarez, Mexico. - if. IHDtt.J New Mexico IOncamiiioiit, CI. A. H. llBAOQUAHTIEHS DKV'T OK N Grand akmt ok rim Hut'uui.m Raton, N. W., March 70, lHDtt, General Oukhs No, 8. I. Tbe Thirteenth Annual ICucampment of tbe Department ot Nsw Mexico, Urunii Army of tbe Republic, la culled to moot at tbe ball of Bucl wiii pout, No. S, Ritton, New Mexico, ou Friday aud Katurday, April 2Uu and 26th, 1HUU. II. A meeting of Depirtmout Council ot Administration will t.e held at Depart ment Headquarters Friday morning at 10 o'clock. III. Sedgwick post will uiiike tbe neo esaary details for Ollloer of tbe Day, aud OlUcer of the Uuord, and will have charge of the arrangements for tbe Kucampmeut and entertainment of visiting comrades. IV. Comrades Intending attending the Encampment will please notify those Head quarter! at tbeir earliest convenience. V. Applioatiou will bo made and urged for a rate ot one fare (or the ruunii trip on tbe railroads, iy command of T. W. Collier, D. Risdon, Dop't Commander. Assistant Adj't General. None But Ayer's at the World's Pair. Ayer's Sarsapanlla er.jays the ex traordinary distinction of having been the only blood purifier allowed an ex hibit at the World's fair, Chicago. Manufacturers of other tiiirsaparillas sought by every means to' ootaiu a showing of their good-, but they were all turned away under the application of the rule iorbiddlng the entry ot patent medicines and nostrums. The decision of tbe Wot Id's f.iir authorities In favor of Ayer's Sarsaparilla was in effdet as follows: "Ayer's Saisnparilla is not a patent medicine. It does not belong to tho list of nostrums. It is here on its merits " To Health-Seekers. ' Tbe Blake Ranch, on the bead of tbe Klo Bapello, Is now prepared to receive a limit ed number of boarders. Tbia ranch ' is looated in tbe beart of tbe mountains, amid tbe most beautiful scenery in the world, where brook trout and wild game oiler ample diversion for the nlmrod or anyone seeking out-door sport. It is located only twenty-tlve miles from Las Vegas, and within eight miles of tbe Kio Pecos, and only three miles from tbe headwaters of the Klo Gallinaa. Address, Address Mrs. J. P. Blake, Rociada, or in quire for conveyances and rates of W. 1. Crites, Kast Las Vegas, N. M. J. P. Blakk, 77-tf Rooisda, N. M. Summer Mountain Resort. Tbe El Porvenir mountain resort will now receive guests for tbe summer. Tbe most picturesque scenery iu America, fine fishing and bunting. Best of hotel ac commodations in New Mexico. For terms for board and lodging, apply to the Ro mero Mercantile Co., Las Vegas. Carriage leaves their store, southwest corner of the filaza, every Saturday and Tuesday morn ng at 8 o'clock; fare for the round trip, $1. Per further information, call at the above establishment. 80tf. De Haven, George W. Do Haven as postmaster, is tbe name of the new office in Union county. -THE- KEELE! INSTITUTE 18th and Curtis Sts. DENVER COLORADO. For the oure of LIQUOR, OPIUM, NER VOUS DISEASES, and TOBACCO HABIT. Best sod most thoroughly equipped Keeley Institute In the United States. Homelike and comfortable In all its ap polntments. An absolute and permanent sure. Ladles treated privately, Corre' pondence confidential. MIKE W. BURKE. Local Representative. CHURCH DIRECTORY. pREBBYTERIAN CHURCH. REV, NORMAN ' 'INNER, Pastor. Preachin Nimiluy i Christian scno . in at 11 a, m. and 7:80 p, ool at 6:45 a. iu. Society of endeavor at 0:40 p. m. All people are cordially welcomed. Htruugers nud sojourners are invited to worsiup wlln us. jQAPTIBT CHURCH. A. A. LAYTON, Pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. in. Preaching services at 11 a. m. aud 7:30 p. m, B. Y. P. U. at 7:10 p. m. All aro'cordiallr iuvltod to attend Its services. TTIIU8X METHODIST Hii lSOOPAL OIIUKCH JU . UAKMAJN i. uuo Visit, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m., followed by thirty minutes class meeting, upwortn jjeague at T.w p, m. livening service at i:au p. m. Tbe pastor and members extend, to all the welcome of this church,, and will be pleased to see you at Its services. Geo. H. Hutchison & Co. -HAVE "CHURCH OFTHB IMMACULATE CON. V C1SPT1UW. . FATHER T. P. O'KEEFE, Pastor. Masses will be said at 6:30 and 9:00 a. m. Bundav school at a p.m. Vespers and benediction, of the Blessod Sacrament, at I 7:80 p.m. Daily morning mass at 6:80 m. Sermon, at high mass, at 9:00 a. m. QHUBCH OF OUR LADY ROWS. OF SOR Real Estate, Mines, and Mining Property Kor Sale or Lease. I jontefioke congregation. VERY REV. JAB. H. DEFOURI, Pastor, Rev. Maobiob Oliib, 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. m, Vespers and Beneliction at 4:00 p. m. The Fathers will preach both in English ana opamsn. Before the finished fruit come bud and blossom. Bud grows into blossom and blosssm into fruit. And so girlhood merges into woman hood and the woman into motherhood. The two most crit ical times in a wo man's life are the times which make the girl a woman, and the woman a mother. At these timG fir Vifrea I Favorite Prescrip tion is of incalcu lable value. It strengthens and invigorates the organs dis tinctly feminine, promotes regularity of the functions, allays irritation and inflam mation, checks unnatural, exhausting drains, and puts the whole delicate organ Ism Into perfect condition. Almost all the Ills of womankind are traceable to some form of what is known as "female cora- laint." There are not three cases in a hun. PROPERTY FOR SALE: House and lot, next to Central Hotel cheap. Store house, ou loased lot good Dusiness property. Ranch, 151 aores; under ditch; good wire fen 3e; fish tank, eight feet deep two miles from Las Vegas. Restaurant, complete fixtures; seven rooms, three furnished doing good ousinesa. 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, mile from Las Vegas a bar gain. Ranch, 800 acres, 195 cultivated, iuo 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. REV. L. BCHREIBSR, Pastor in Charge. Services every Friday, 8 p. m. : Sunday morninit, 11 a. m.: Sunday eubool, every Saturday morning, 9:30 to 12 o'clock, and sunaay mornings, irom iu to 11 o'cioce M. E. CHURCH. Rev. G. W. TOLSON, Pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 8:00 p. m. Services at 7:3U p. in. Singing and prayer meeting, Wednes day evening. TIT ANTED, for Investors with ,T Cash, developed MINES Money furnished for developing . . tit, r rt nTi rm.1 . mining TltUSrijUlO. Uood Gold, Silver and Copper properties can be SOLD QUICKLY by auarcsswg me AMERICAN MININO EXCHANGE, Itoaton. hla. .4 Dli dred of woman's peculiar diseases that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will not cure. ONCB MORB In harmony with the world, 2000 completely cured men are Buit.uii5 uitppy praises xer me greiuiMi, grand est and most suc cessful euro for sex ual weakness and lost vigor known to medical science. An accountof thlswon derful discovery, In oook rorm, witn rer erences and proofs, Will hnflPTif. in Buf fering men (scaled) free. Full manly vigor permanenuy resiorea. X'auure lmpossioia. SaniaFe Route CONDENSED TIME TABLE, TH0. SCHEURfMNN, ERIE MEDICAL C0.,BUFFAL0,N.Y, GOOD NEWSPAPERS At a Verj Low Price. Wl 8TWABI) No. 8. No.l. STATIONS liASTWAKD NO. a. NO. GOOpin 9 10am 11 05.1m 2 40pm 8 85pm 4 uopin 6 42pm s 85pm luOOpmi Chicago 1 55pm Kansas city 4 00pm 5 4fipm 9 sopiu VCOpm 9 42 pm 11 wipai 1 w,am I2.0pni 7 39a ni 8 13am 10 3 am 12 lOpnii 7 25pm iu lupuj 12 07111J 3 (.0111) opeka Newton Hutchinson Denver Colo, fcpr'gs Pueulo Trinidad LAS VEGAS Santa ie fjOst'errlllos Albuqiierq'e 10 Hdpm S 00am 12 3)am 11 15pm o laprci 2 8: pin 12 60pro 8 2511 2 55am 12 30am 10 30pm o 4apm 8 3i m in 5 0pm H oopm 10 85 im 9 16am 8 30am 00am 4 2Ham 8 15pm 8 00 pm 12 5 fm 11 loam 9 20am Repairer of- Gis, Locks, Bicycles and everything of this class. Rubber Stamps Manufactured, and Guns kept in stcck For Rent. J Sporting Goods, and a full line of Bicycle Supplies. Shop on Center Street, next door to Mon tezuma uebtanrant. THE SEMI-WEEKLY NEWS (Galves ton or Dallas) is published Tuo.-dnys and Fridays. Each issue consist of eight pages, il nere ore special departments lor the farmers, tbe ladies, and tbe boys and girls, besides a world of general nsws mat ter, illustrated articles, market: reports, etc. x ou geti 104 Papers for Only $1. Sample Copies Free. Address A. H. BELO & CO., Publishers DALLAS or GALVESTON, TEX. .... ... 110 45am "bemlng 111 OOaml ll 40am El Paso 10 00am.. 5 26pm U Maui j (jallup 2 35pmi 8 40am 9 lopm 1 55pm Wlnslow 9 85am 11 05pm 1128pm 4V0pm Fiag-taff 7 27im8 45pm 6 O'.pm 6 05pmlLos Angeles 7 dOimJ 8 00pm 10 45am janFranclsl 680pm HOT SPEINOS BRANCH. Additional Trains on Sundays. Leave Arrive Leate Arrive Las Vegas Springs ' Springs Lis Vegas nu am iu uu am z in pm tz to pm 8 10 pin 8 40 pm 6 80 pm 7 00 pm SONDAT. leave Arrive Leave Arrive SprlniiS. Las Vegis. lai Vegas. Springs 12 noon. 12 25 pm. 12 30 pm 1 00pm Mrs, Louisa Matlock Could Not Be Cured So They Said and So I Thought But Hcod's Sarsaparilla Did Cure. " For 7 long years I was a constant snf forer with Indigestion, and I tried pre scriptions and remedies until I became BO low that 1 uad given up all hopes ol recov- vry, aim uiy irienas iooagot also lilac 1 could not be cared. The poison in my blood had set in deeply, and my limbs wen a Solid Mass of Sores. I was confined to the honse and to my bed most Of the time. I happened to read an advertisement ot Hood's Sarsaparilla in Sarsaparilla the paper and X at JT C5 once prevailed upon E my husband to let ma try it, I cot ono bottle and it did me bo much good that I kept naing it nntll I had taken twelve bottles and now I am entirely cared. I am a well and hearty woman and can do my work with all ease and comfort." JURB. LOUISA MATLOCK, BoniU, TeXBS. i flood's Hood'8 Pills aro purely vegetable, and da not purge, pain or gripe. Bold by all drugclats. T. ROGERS, LATE OF ROGERS BKOB. Practical Horseshoer, General Blaocsmithlng, Wagon and Carriage Repairing, neatly and promptly done Opposite Browne Manzanares Co., EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. A.C. SCHMIDT IfiS. Heavy .-. Hard ware, 1S96. Jr" IN Manufacturer of lap Carna And dealer In Every kind of wagon material on hand Horseshoeing and repairing a specialty Brand and Hanzanares Avenues, East La Vegas. LAS VEGAS Light and Fiel Co. Bupply "A light, so bright That he who runs , May read." And at a price that will compare favorably with kerosene or other primitive means of illumination. Call or address oflice, Tammo Opera House, i The twentv-ninth year of HARPER'S BAZAR, beginning in Jaoiihry, 1896, finds it maintaining i' s deserved reputation both as a Kasbion Journal and a weekiy perl ooicai ror nome reading. Every week the BAZiR presents b?ou tiful toilettes for various occasions. Ban- noz, Baude, and Chapuis illustrate and engrave the newest designs from tbe finest moans in raris ana Benin, new vorK Fashion, epitomize current styles in New .York. , A fortnightly pattern-sheet supplement with diagrams and directions eDaoies women to cut ana mane ineir own eowDB. and is of ereat value to tbe pro fpRalnnal modiste as well as to the amateur dressmaker. Children's Clothing receives constant attention, f ashions tor Men are described in full detail by a raan-auout- town. Our farts kette, by Kathabise vs f orest, is a sprigntiy weeny recital of fashion, gossip, ana social doings in Paris, given by a clever woman in an en tertninine way. Both tbe serials for 1896 are the work of American women. Mrs. fSrrald, by M AiiiA Louise Pool, is a striking Btory ot New England life. Mart E. Wilkins, In Jerome, a foor man, aiscussea, tne al ways interesting problem of the relations between labor and capital.. Short stories will be written bv the best authors. - tneclal Departments. Mubic, The Outdoor Woman, Personals, What We Are Doinir. Women and Men, report and dis cuss themes of immediate interest. Answers to Correspondents, (ques tions receive the personal attention of tbe editor, and are answered at tbe earliest practicable date after tbeir receipt. The Volumes of the BAZAR begin with the first Number for January, of each vear. When no time Is mentioned. subscription d will begin with tbe Number I current at tne time 01 receipt or uraer. Remittances should bs made by Postof fice Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance or loss. Newspapers are not to copy this adver tisement without the express order of Harper & Brothers. BAIiPKE'S PERIODICALS. Harper's Maoazink one yer $4.00 Harper's Weeklt . " 4.00 Harper's Bazar " 4.00 Harper's Bound Table " 8.00 Postasre Free to all subscribers in tbe United States, Canada and Mexico. P, O. Box 959 H. Y. City. N s. 8 and 4 are solid vestlbu'ed limited trains, composed of dining cars. Pullman Salace drawing room cars and chair cars etvveen i lilcaxo and Los Ange.es. San Di ego ana san r ranci co. Nos, 1 and i, PaclBc and Atlantic express, uuve rui.umu ruitiue uruwinKroom cars, tonrlst sleeplnK cars and coaches between Ohlcairo and 1 03 Angeles, San Plego and San t raiiclsco. Nos. 1 and 2. Mexico and Atlantic exnresa. have tourist sleeping cars hetween Chlca ko and. Albuaueroue. and Pullman palace cars and coacnes between Onicago and the City of Mex'co, E. Oopelavd, uen. Agent, tn raso.Tex. W. R Urowne, T. F. & P. A., El Paso, Tex, Guas.it Jones, Agent, Las Vegas, N.U. Climax, Btar, Newsboy, Horse Bboe, Piper Ueidslaok, Something Uood, Old Honesty, Clipper Navy, Boot Jack, Anchor, No Tax, Pure Stuff, Natural Leaf B. T. Gravely, superior, W. N. T., Out of Bight, Kodak, Pride of Kentucky, Vflmktnn TwiHt. Health and Prosperity, ) T 1- TJJ 1 J. B. MACKEL, Exchange Hotel, west side Plasa, Las Ves. A Complete Stock of Imported, Key Mexican and Domestic Wert And a complete gtook of Fancy Smoking Tobacco j also Pipes and Walking Canes aud tbe best lino ol fine Chewing Xobaouo. Other brands of tobannn ton mimermia t.n mnnllnn mmA ) will be sold at wholesale and retail at the lowest prloei. All mum vi pipes cieaueu auu repairea neauy at lowest prices. - , 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, NEW MEXICO Wholesale and Retail I, Liquors ana Cigars. EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M. -LJ -..-fcf--....--- - .., iL,T-.-- BATH SHOE Bridge Street, 1 Las Vegas, N. M. CHAFFIN & DUNCAN, Livery and Sale Stable. GOOD BIGS AND LIVELY, GENTLE TEA3IS. Horses boarded by the day or month. Will keep on hand all kinds ol Hay, Grain and Teed. Lowest prices guaranteed. Agents for the cele brated Mitchf U Wagon. Give us a call DOUGLAS AVENUE, EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. Are built in the Largest and Best F.nninned Factory in the World. They embody more points of genuine merit than any other wheels made. No other machine stands so high la the estimation of cyclist?, because Waverleys are built on honest value lines, and purchasers receive full value for the lnvestmant. Buy a WT erly and you will never be ashamed of your mount. MA.DB BT INDIANA BICYCLE CO., INDIANAPOLIS, IND, '. J; F.Wright, Agt. J. n. TEITLEBAUM. P. SAVILLE, SIOBB The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co. TEITLEBAUM & SAVILLE. 109 Sixth Street, Opposite San Miguel National Ilanb. Havana, Mexican aDd Domestic Cigars. Bole Agent for - the Celebrated "Railsplitter" Cigar. 5o Straight; $2.25 per box. U KITING IT DOWN FINK. Whiskies. pek gal. Sour Mash Bourbon .1 " 2.25 ti 2.5!) Samples only 5o, '-'pts.l5c,Pts.25o Q cs.SOc Finbb Whiskies. "Carlisle", Bole Agent MM U.S. Club 400 John Hanuing . 4 0U Samples Me, Half ft. 25c, Pts. 50c, Qts. $1. Finest Whiskies. Belle of Andersou , &ijL Cream Rye 4-TO Guckenheimer 5.50 Mcliraver, Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone SAMPLES, ONLY lOo. Half- pints 33c, Finis 65c, Quarts, $1.25. Colifprnla and Native Wines from 25o per Bottle, and $1 per Halloo, up. jorBear entrance from Lincoln Ave., between Optio Office and Rosenthal Bros.-ea P. 8. "Press the Button, We'll do the rest." All Brands of Cuawing and Sinokicg Tobaocco and Cigarettes. HEADQUARTERS, Corner Center Street and Railroad Avenue. FiiiR Winiis! nhnjpfisl,inii(mi! Rfisl RiffflTS Your Patronage Solicited. Elegant Club Room and Short Or 1 -w- 1 rfM A aer Jjuncn uounier TN CONNECTION WITH THE SAI.OONT Atlantic k Pa i m 'Western Division. " Mmt Time Talle No. 38. J. W. Belnnart, John J. McOook, receivers. In effect Sunday, August 5th, 1895. WkbtwahD. I HT ATI ON a. - Kastwabd 6 00 p V lua 4 00 p 6 40 a 13 10 p ISflP 8 Hi P 8 10 p 9 00 D It 28 P VI 65 8 1 55B 5 48 a 7 60 a 9 ma 1 40 p a w p s osp 10 43 a! 10 00 p 1 55 p 7 OOp 7 25 p 8 oo a 8116 a 8 25 a 9 10 a 12 son 1 Bop 4 80p 6 00 pi 7 4U p 1 55a 4 40a 6 25a 11 45 a 2 20 p 8 00 p 6 SOP 10 45 a Chicago Kansas City Denver LAS VEGAS Albuquerque Ouolltlge Wlngate flallup Holbrook Wlnslow Flaprstaa Williams Ash Fort Kingman The Needles Blase Daggett Darstow Hojave Los An geles SaaFranclsco, 10 SO p 7 uu a 8 16 p 8 5a 8 18 p S 85 p 8 03 p 2 30 D 10 40 a 9 St a 7 7a 6 05a 4 60a 11 B2p 8 61 p 7 25 p 2 86p 2 10 p 10 00 a 7 roa 3 S0p 8 soa 8 oop 8 SOp 2 65 p ooa 4 85a 4 osa 4a 12 20 a 11 06 p 8 48p 6 65 p 8 40p 12 nop 10 00 a 8 80a 8 45 a 8 20a S 00 p B 80 p Snmnier or Winter. The Santa Fe route Is the most com'orta- ble railway between California and tbe east. Tbe mealr at Harvey's Dlnins Booms are an excellent leature of the line. The Grand fano-of tho Colorado can be reached In no other way, JNO. J BYRNE, Gen. Fass. Agent, L"s Angeles, Oal. 0. 11. SPEKP.S, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, San Francisco. O Your address, with six centa iu stamps, mailed to our Head- auarterS; 11 fcliot St., Bditoa, asi., will bring you a full lino of samples, ana rules for self - measurement, of our justly fa mous 83 pant i ; Suits, $ 13.25; Overcoats, $10.25, and up. Cut to order. Agents wanted every- wnere. tNew Plymouth Rock Co. CONTRACTOR i BHUDEB. Job Work and Repairing, Honse Mot ing and Raising a Specialty BHOF COB. NINTH AND INTBROCBAN IOFFICKR8 AND DIRECTORS. John Bhank, President. R, L. M. Ross, Vice-Tresldent. J. B. Moore, tjec'y aud Trees. V. H Jameson, Manager, L. U. Jameson, . THE Lis Mas imw Co. Cor. Man anares and Lincoln Aves. East Las Vegas, N. M. Electric Door Bells, Burglar Alarms and Private Telephones put in at reasonable rates. $5 FOR " AN ANECDOTE. 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