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THE DAILY OPTIC. K. A. KI3TUi!t, fcilltar and Proprietor. Kntmeil at tlie Kaat I.as Vairas, N. M., poBtolileo for transmission thiougll lUe walls as see.oml-class uuuu-r, orVIUlAL l-Al-KB Ol' THB OITT . Special Nolll'B. Las Vkoas Daii.t Optic Delivered by mall, jioat-puld, Jln.M pr minimi; ivou lor six iiunths; lor tliree inoutlis, By car rier, 2B CHIllH Kr wnok Las Vut8 WhKKLi (iptio 82 columns, de livered by mull, pnstimlcl, $!!U0 per an nuin, M.W km' six months, tl. 00 for three months. 8lnnlb I'unluB In wrappers, 5 cents. HamplB foplM ot notli dolly nt wnekly, mulln' froo when (Vslroil. Olva postoltlce ailiirnsa In full, InoludiNg state. 0oiiHiiirti'oNi)KNOi:-Ui)iituh.:nK nicws, solid teil lroiu all pints of tho country. Com munications mhliessed to tho editor of Thh orim, to Insure attention, should be ui-t-rimpanled bv tho wi'ltnr's full name and mlilru.-s, not for publication, but 9 a unnt'Hutv of (mod fulfil. Mti"iAis.-ii,'s Mfv hH Ttiadnbv draft. money order, postal nolo, exprtiss or registered letter tit our rlsK.. Address nil letters ana telegrams to Tun Optic, ISastLai Venus. New Mexico. SATURDAY EVENING. MAY 23, 1896 COMMKN'CISMENT DAY. In one serse of the word, it seems to be a contrudioiioii in terms to have the 'comrueneeuieiH" of a school or col lege t tho end of the school year, and not at the beeinninir, where It seems ptoperly to belong, but In the school parlance, it turning the commencement of a naw order of things-r-the seniors graduate and become alumni the juniors become seniors and the sopho mores be'eomo juniors. Certainly no more fitting time for these ceremonies could be selected than the dosing days of June tho month of roses when all nature has robed herself in beauty and loveliness, and gives promiso of the fruitage to come. The world has a very roseate hne to the average college graduate, who is often led to imagine that his or her pathway through life will be strewn with flowers. Flowers and verdure there will be along the wayside, but they sometimes only serve to hide for a season the rough and stony places which must be trodden be fore the goal is reached. , These commencement occasions af ford enjoj nient to a large number of persons. To graduates themselves they will remain a pleasant memory in all their after years. There is an impulse in the crowded ball, tho bril liant lights, the waving fans, the rounds of applause, and the floral and other offerings which they will feel impelling them to duty in many a scene of life. To parents and friends it is an inexpressible pleasure to see their loved ones acquit themselves with credit in the presence ot so many spectators. Many a heart bounds with quicker pulsations amid the impress ive surroundings, and father and mother see themselves in miniature standing before the commencement audience of a quarter of a centuryago. The sweet girl graduates looked just 3 lovely then as now, and tho young three and four-year-olds were put through their best paces beforo the publio then as now. Some of them soon gave up the race and lay down j to rest by the-wayside. Others are still forging to the front In all the heat and bustle of the course. WilAi! jiiiioiy maV UilAiii Judge Wofford, of Kansas City, ntH withstanding bis austere demeanor on tho bonch, is soiuswlnt of a luinmht. In a murder caso that was being triod beforo him, a few days since, the judge was very dignified and scbar-miiided all dny, but when limo camo for nd j mining the court for the night, be un bent himself and became facetious and humorous. After telling tho jury that they were trying a caso in which tho life of a human being was at stake, he spoke about tho blessings of an up proving conscience, which be said all good citizans enjoyed when they bad suffered personal inconvenience in fur thering the came of justice. He con cluded us follows : "You will cow be taken In charge by the marshal, gentlemeu of tho jury, and taken to a hotl, where yea will be given good uppor and somethiug to drink nothing but water so far as I know. (This without the semblance of o soiile,) Then with tho utmost gravity, as if pronouncing sentence upon some mali factor who bad aroused the sym pathy of the court, be said: 'You will be allowed to read the papers, provided you pay the marshal two cents fur the same, but the marshal Is instructed to cut out all reference to this case. You may read anything under the sun, but this case, for any reporter, however honest he may be, will often say things that will toad to bias the, mind of a juror, one way or the other. You may read the crop news, the market report?, or even the St. Joe convention proceedings." AN article from the pen of Hun. D P. Uarr, of Grant county, on the pro posed unloadiug of Senator Tellor by the republican party, has been received at ibis office, acd will appear in print, Monday evening. A SPiUXGKK u-rrrER. What Is Going On In and Abont the County Scat of Colfax. Wk believe a certain French states man by the name of Talleyrand once exclaimed; "Would that mine enemy would wiite a book!" '- We are not en titled to bo classed among those known in New Mexiso r.nd elsewhere as 'as tute politicians," although' we do 'toot" occasionally, but we believe' it necessary now (or the ex-governor and ex-chief justice of .New Mexico, llgn JL. B. Prince, to put his views on the financial question in book for pop ular distribution. He is apt to lose his place as chief representative of the free-silver sentiment in the republican pany. it is evident that there are a number of statesmen who are willing to compete for representative honors in New Mexico,'and some of them are fearful they may be lost in the shuf fle. When they cannot be elected del egates, they . write books, or make silver speeches, by request If we are correctly informed, tbere is a certain other ex governor, a resident of Albuquerque, who is now expected to rise and be delivered of bis views on the silver question. And while this is all going on, why not have Brer' Mor risont ell what he knows ! All of this will be welcome' news to Massa Tom. But so far as this particular constituency is concerned, the chief boss, has chosen the proper course of letting the boys do the talking, while he gets the offices and poses as the only man of brains and energy. Massa Tom is all right lie snows wnere ne comes from, as well as where he is at. , . Delegates are certainly not tumb ling over one another in their efforts to reach the city ot Pittsburg for the national reform convention, and if the proverbial advance .guard has arrived, their going has certainly been on the quiet. The convention "is called to meet on Monday, two days prior to the assembling of the prohibition hosts, the object doubtless being to enroll 'some of the delegates to the latter conven tion under I he reform banner. The convention is expected to nominate candidates for president and vice-pres ident and adopt a platform which shall declare for free coinage, the abolition of the liquor tratliok, direct legislation, government ownership of railroads, telegraphs, telephones and other means of communication j equal suf frage and proper means to raise rev enue for tho government and public improvements. The convention owes Its origin to the conference of reform elements held in 'Pittsburg in March Jast, To the Editor of the Optio. fci'itiNGEU, N. M , May 22 No rains yet, up this way, and the ranges are getting almost bare. A prairie tire, Wednesday night, burned a large area of pasturage, a few miles north of this place. The Springer cement works will be started up next Monday, in charge of Al Carter, after an idleness of some months. The Cherry cattle company, the "C. C. C." outli-, with about a dozen meu, are bete to meet a large consign ment ot Arizona cattle, which they will drive to Oklahoma ranges. Tho outfit hails from Optima, Okla. Springer is enjoying a building boom unprecedented in years. County Treasurer James Corry is erecting a two-story business block, and, in an other location, has a neat one-story building well under way. Bert Hut bard, tho ''village blacksmith" and all arouud mechanic, has a neat business room almost completed. Hugo Sea berg is having a new building for busi ness purposes put up on the site of a building destroyed by fire some time ago. M. Heck is having, or 'twill soon be done, an old frame building lorn out, and will erect two splendid business rooms, 5x75. Hugo Seaberg will have a second story added to his already large residence. John Granger, manager of the II. M. Porter Mercian tile company, is having a number oi improvements made ou his residnce as a surprise to his wife, who is now visiting relatives in Kansas. "And there are others." Springer's boom days are no doubt over, but the steady, healthful growth now being made, is assurance sufficient to those Who have staid by the town, of what it will be. The mineral dis covery near town, tne farmers now locating in this neighborhood, under the splendid ditch systems of the grant company, and the immense businoss that should be done by the merchants here with the mining camps at Hem atite and Klizabelhtown, are ' encour aging sians for the town. That the merchants of this place dq not supply the mining campv la and around the Baldy -district, is undoubtedly the fault of the merchants themselves, and the sooner tbey realize this, the better for themselves. Surely, there is no sufficient reason why goods can be shipped from Riton, via Springer, any cheaper than they could be shipped irom nere direct. . Of the new mining district now being opened right at the edge of town, but little need ba said, as most of the val uable land has already been staked. Yesterday morniDg, prospectors, who undoubtedly know their business, an nounced the discovery of a placer field, just across the Cimarron from this point, and all day yesterday and to day, people have been panning the dirt there, which is a black sand, sim ilar to the California placer fields, and do far every pan shows well, from six to twenty-five colors visible to the naked eye being disclosed. Two av erage pans, yesterday, wifh the use of i quicksilver and a retort, gave a result of-two cents per pan in gold. While this might not pay for panning, it cer tainly will pay by using a sluice of some length, which is easily available, as there's plenty of water near at hand The gold is very light, being in flakes, not nuggets, so far as found, and this makes it very bard to save, by the or. dinary panning process. Camps have Deen established, over tbere. and woik is being pushed, and a few days will develop the value of the find. The field Is quite extensive, the limits at present being unknown. , People find just tllo help liley so much need, in Hood's Siirsaparllla. It fur nishes tho desired strongth by puri fying, vitalizing und enriehing the blood, and thus builds "Up tho nerves, tones tho stomach and regulates the wholo system. " Head this: ' "I want to praise lTood's Barsaparllla. My health run down, and I had the grip. After that, my heart and nervous system were badly affected, so that I could not do my own work. Our physician gave me some help, but did not cure. I decided to try Hood's Barsaparllla. Soon I could do all my own housework. I have taken n noire Hood's Pills with Hood's Sarsaparilli, and they have done me much good. I will not be without them. I have taken 13 bottles of Hood's Saraaparilla, and through the blessing of God, It has cured me. I worked as bard as ever the past sum mer, and I am thankful to say I am well. Hood's Pills when taken with Hood's Barsaparllla help very mnch." Mrs. M. M. Messenger, Freehold, Penn. This and many other cures prove that Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. $1. Prepared only byC. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. , i-v. a i act easily, promptly and MOOdS FlllS effectively. i cents. The children of Ellis Jones and Walter Cloud, of Baton, are recover ing from serious and prolonged sickness. ft -I mm-. n) rnn l r2 A Newspaper Man Relates- a Mar ' Yellous Story. An Interesting Chapter in His Own Life-Some, ? We Hope, May Profit by Reading Same. ; "Ten people out of a dozen are in valids," says a recent medical author ity. At lbast eight out of these ten, it is safe to allow, are suffering; from some form of blood disease, which a persistent use of Ayer's Sarsaparille would be sure to cure. Then, don't be an invalid. Colfax County Camps, From the Raton Racge. The investigation given the gold min ing camps in western Colfax county, by capitalists and experts, is having its Tffect. Daily, large numbers of pios- pectois are pouring into Hematite, Klizabelhtowu and Baldy, prepared to search for gold, locate claims where they find it, and secure a competency. It has been clearly demonstrated that the precious metal is there in paying quantities, and we predict a large and prosperous population in those camps before the snow flies, nex', fall. Maury County Is one of tho richest and biggest and best fcountics in Tennessee It would be an exaggeration to say that any one man knew every other man in thin county, but it may safely b? said that few, if auy, cun come nearer to it than Mr. Joe M. Foster, whose home is ut Carter's Creek, and who is now connected with the Herald. In the interest of the JIrid he has visited nearly every homo iu tlie. county. Upon " state " occasions that i.H, tho Jl ra!d'a un , nual pie-nio reunion he is the "Master of Ceremonies." There are few men better known, few better liked, mine more trusted, and what he says the Herald, unconditionally and unequivocally, will vouch for. To see him now in perfect health and energy, one would not think that two i.nd a half years ago ho wui n hed-ridden invalid, a physical wreck, whose family physician, loved ones at home and friends all thought was soon to ho called hence. Hut such is the ease, and not only he but his family and a hundred friendd will testify to it. It was a peculiar affliction he had, and his cure was marvellous, his recovery a nine tcenth century miracle. And that others may enjoy the blessings of the wonderful medicine which beyond the peradventure of s doubt under God's blessing saving his life, Mr. Foster not desiring publicity but - with the hope of doing good Ima con sented to tell of his sickness mid his cure. It was in the full of im he was taken ill From tin Herald, Columbia, TentK of Columbia (who is now clerk and Master of the Chancery Court of this county), re commended Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for rale l eople. Ho was a farmer then, and had spent the day exposed to the weather and working in tho field, nndfor five hours was in the mud, in a The Ideal Panacea. James L. Francis, Alderman, Chi cago, says: "I regard Dr. King's New Discovery as an ideal panacea for coughs, colds and lung complaints, having used it in my family for the 1 ist five years, to the exclusion of physi cians' prescription! or other prepara tions," ltev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa, writes: "I have been a minister of the Methodist Episcopal church for 50 years or more and have never found anything so beneficial or that gave me so speedy relief as Dr. King's Now Discovery." Try this ideal cough remedy now. free Trial Bottles at Mur- pbey-Van Petten Drug Co's ,Las Vegas and East Las Vegas, and at wholesale by the Browne & Manzanares Co. stooping position. Inn lew (lays thereafter he had a peculiar teeling in his leet and hands; they became numb and felt as if asleep. Dut. perhaps, it would be better to let Mr. Foster tell his own experience, and this is what he says : " Following the numbness of my feet and hands, that numbness spread until my whole body was paralyzed. I had i dreadful con striction around my body, and ns I grew worse this extended up, cutting off my breathing; it finally got within a few inches of my throat and it was with difficulty that I breathed at nil. At irregular intervals I had lightning pains throughout my entire body and limbs, and for at least five months : I was perfectly helpless, and a man servant : was kept in my room day and night to turn me in bed and wait upon me. "In the earlier part of my illness ray feet ' felt as if I was walking hare-footed on u stiff carpet- Soon I could not walk at ull in the dark, and could not even stand alone with lay eyes shut. I rapidly grew worse, and soon my limbs refused to carry me. Finally I lost my sense of feeling or touch, and could not tell when my feet were against each other, but f-lt all the while as if they wore being pulled apart. "In the beginning I had called in my family physician, a very successful practi tioner. He put me on a treatment, with in structions to keep veryqniet. But I contin ued to grow worse, ana in about six weeks ho told me, candidly and honestly, that he had done his best, that he had also advised with some of Columbia's leading physicians, giv ing them my symptoms, but that he could do nothing for me and it was useless for him try any further, lie and the physicians With whom he advised prononnord my dis ease locomotor afqjiin, and incurable, "He told mv friends they could try any. thing they wislied, and then I begun trying everything that was suggested. I tried dif ferent kinds of electricity belt pads, shock fag machines sndeleetropoise, with number less kinds of medicines, both iiitonmlly and . 11.. I-.... nll A A 0'r.. .,H til.nnt April 1st, 1893, a cousin, Mr. A. N, Aiken, Schenectady, M, Y, I bcciin usinc them aj ner dlroetlnna for locomotor ataxia, and in about ono week some of my friends thought I was better j but it was two Sveeks beforo the improve ment v. as plain to nil und satisfactory to my self.' Then, however, 1 knew the pills were doing their grand und glorious work, and I kept taking them until 1 could hobble about on crutches. , "It was suggested to me then that nature would do the rest, and I left off the pills. In about ten days I saw that I was going down hill again; I promptly renewed tho ' pills, und aguin I began to improve. A second time 1 tried to have the battle to a good constitution, but found it still too weak so i commenced on the pills again and kept taking them until I was well. "I was iu my fifty-first year when I was taken sick. It is now about two years sinco I discarded stick and crutch and found my legs strong enough to carry me. I am en joying splendid health, weigh more and look oetter than for years, and attribute my health and my recovery and life to the magic of Pink Pills for Pale People, under the ulessing of God. . " I have recommended these pills to a number of people, many I know have been cured by them. I wish in my heart that every person c;i earth who is suffering as I was could get them und would try them. " To those who know me, I hope it is not necessary for mc to add that I make this statement of my own free will, without monev and without price.- But it there are any who are inclined (o doubt, I will refer tnc ,i to Dr. J. 11. Hill, J. M. Hunter, 11. D. Lo-kridge, Joe Terwell, Anderson Nic hols, S. 1$. and G. W. Nichols, all of Carter's Creek, Maury County, Tcnn., or if they will callr.pon me I will give them the names of a hundred wit nesses oi' ns good men and women as the sun ever shone upon. " Hoping some poor sullcrcr may read and believe and be raised from a bed of pain, I am Very respectfully, Job M. Fostkb, Care of the Herald, Columbia, Tennessee." wr. Williams' Pink Pills for Palo Peo ple are n unfailing remedy for all dis eases arising from a poor and watery condi tion of the blood, such as pale and sal low complexion, general muscular weakness, loss of appeiite, depression of spirits, lack of ambition, anannia, chlorosis or green sick ness, palpitation of the heart, shortness , of breath on slight exertion, coldness of hands or feet, swelling of the feet and limbs, pain in the back, nervous headache, dizziness, loas of memory, feebleness of will, ringing in tho oars, early decay, all forms of female weakness, leucorrhoea, tardy or irregular periods, suppression of menses, hysteria, paralysis, locomotor ataxia, rheumatism, wdutiea, all diseases depending on vitiated . humors In the blood, causing scrofula, swelled glands, fever sores, rickets, hip-joint diseases, hunchback, acquired deformities, decayed bones, chronic erysipelas, catarrh, consumption of the bowels and lungs, and also 4br invigorating the blood and system when broken down by overwork, worry, dis ease, excesses and indiscretions of living, re covery from acute diseases, such as fevers, etc., loss of vital powers, spermatorrhoea, early decay, premature qhl ago. They act directly ou the blood, supplying to the blood iis life-giving qualities by assisting it to absorb oxygen, that great supporter of all organic life. Pink Pills are sold by all de-ill. -THE- ''ft: Partly Correct. : From the Silver City Uagle. Tho Las Vegas Optic predicts that Judge Hewitt, of Lincoln, W. 8. Hope well, of Sierra and E. V. Chaves, of Socorro, will ba delegates to the national democratic convention at Chicago. As this would be giving one judicial district two delegates, we I hardly think this prediction will be vend d, but we are willing to accept that part of it wbioh applies to the third judicial district. Hall's IUir R;newer renders the hair lustrous and silken, gives it an even color, and enables women to put it up in a great vaiiely of styles. . The little two years add six months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Uosecrans, fell out of a chair, over at Santa Fe, and suffered a simple frao lure of the forearm. Dr. Crosson soon after tet the injured member and later called to set it in a plaster oast. :; keeley mm ' 18th and Curtis Sts. DENVER1 COLORADO. For the cure of J - LIQUOR, OPIUM, NER VOUS DISEASES, and TOBACCO HABIT. Best and most thoroughly equipped Keeley Institute tn the United States. Homelike and comfortable In ail' Its ap pointments An absolute and permanent cure. Ladies treated privately. Corre spondence confidential. MIKE W. BURKE. Local Representative. New Summer Resort. The Hermitazo Is a new hotel situate,! nr. the foot of Hermit's Peak, on the Sapello river, up among ine p nes. tt na many ) Bnd 8l8t igoR. flnallimitSeDtemhar ISth.lWlH aii ticKeti aepostteu vvjtu joint agent on or SOME SPECIAL RATES. " Annual Meeting American Association of Nurserymen, Chicago, III., June 10th and Utbi Fare, one and one-third for round trip, on certificate plan, to above point. Commencing June 1st, wa will sell rcund crip tickets to Pueblo, at $15 70; to Colorado Sprlogs, $18.60; tj Denver, 23 15. Tickets limiteo) to one day la each direction. With final limit for return, No vember 15tb, 1888. AudubI Convention, International Asia, o! Fire Engineers Salt Lake CitV. Utah.. Aug. 10 to 14tb, 'U0. One lowest first-clans standard fare for Ibe rrund trip, plus 2, all tickets to be good for continuous pas sago in each direction. Leaving Salt Lake on August 15 and 22 only. : Fourth of Ju y rates: We will sell round trip t ckets to all points within 200 miles at one and one pun rare for round trip. t ickets on sale JulyHd and 4tb, god to (el urn until and including July 6:h. 1890. National People's Party (Populist) con vention and American silver convention, at St. Louis, Mo., July 22d, '98. From Las Vegas tp St. Louis and return, $92.70. Tick ets on sale July 10. h, 20th and 21st. '116; limited to continuous passage in each direc tion ; final limit, July 27th, '98. National p'obibltlon convention, at Pittsburg, Fe., May 27th, 1890, from Las Vegas to Pittsburg ard return, it ? So. Tickets on sale May 23rd and 24tb, 1898, limitet to continuous oassaee in each direction with final limit cf May 81st, 1898. National Encampment (i. A. R. at 8t Paul, Minn., .Soptember 1st to 4th 1898. From La-t Vegas to St Paul, Minn, and re turn. 837.20. Tickets on sale August !l(lt.h CliUltCIt DMfcCTOHY. pitEBBYTEIUAN CHURCll: REV. NORMANBK INNErti l'antor. Preaching at cliuol 11 a. til. t U:45 nunday i Christian Eudeavor at 8:45 u. m. aud T:80 n, m. nr. Society of All people are cordially welcomed. Strangers and sojourners are invited to worsuip witn us. JJAPTI8T CHURCH. A. A. LAYTON, Pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. Preaching I services at 11 a. in. aud 7:30 p, m. 11. Y. r. u. at 7:16 p. m. All are cordially invited to attend Its services. TTURST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHUllCJI xlArtMAK J. HUOVEll, Pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. in., followed by thirty minutes I class meeting. Epworth League at 7:00 p. m. Evening service at 7:80 d. m. - The pastor and members extend, to all. tne welcome oi true cnurcn, ana will De pleased to see vou at its services, CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CON- FATHER T. P. O'KEEFE, Pastor. Masses will be said at 6:80 and 9:00 a. m, ISundny school at 8 p.m. Vespers and benediction, of the Blessed Sacrament, at I 7 :8o p. m. Dully morning mass at 8:80 m. Sermon, at high mass, at 9:00 a. m. CilmsXi Star, t . Bewilioy, Hf-3d bum, Pioer Ilaldm.l'lt. Something Uood, Uld Honesty, Clipper Nay, , Bootjack, .. i -Anchor, - . No Ta. Pure Stuff, 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. MAOKEL, ' Exchange Hotel, west side Plaza, Las Vegas. Complete Stock of Imported, Key Mexican and Domestic West And a complete stock of Fancy Smoking Tobacooi also Pipes and Walking Canos and the best lino of floe Chewing Tobaoco. Other brands of tobaoeo too numerous to mention, and will be sold at wholesale and retail at the lowest prices. All kinds of pipes cleaned and repaired neatly ut lowest prices. MRS. R. FLINT. Prop. Centrally Located. Good Accommodations. Rates, $1.25 per Day. Board aud Boom $S and $0 per Week. FELIX. KLflETINSZ. General Broker. Land Grants, Improved Ranches, Native Cattle, Improved f" ' 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 QHURCH OF ODR LADY OF ROWS. SOR- VERY REV. JAB, H. DEFOURI, Pastor. Rbt. Mauiucb Olibb, Assistant. First mass, for winter season, at 6:30 i m. Second mass, for winter season, at 8 m. High roaBS for winter season, at iu:uua. ni. numiav scnool at h:uu d. in. Vespers and Benediction at 4:00 D. m. The Fathers will preach both in English ana opanisn. TyjONTEFlOKE CONGREGATION. REV, L. 8CHREIBER, Pastor in Charge. Services every Friday, 8 p. m.: Sunday morning, ii a. m. ; euoaay scnool, every Saturday morning, 0:80 to 12 o'clock, and Sunday mornings, from 10 to 11 o'clock. BATflBUN SHOE 0 Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N.M. 1 M. K. CHURCH. iRbv, G, W. TOLSON, Pastor . Preaching at 11 a. m. Sunday school at I 3:00 p.m. Bervices at 7:80 p. in. Siuelnsr and Draver meetine. Wednes- uny evening. VlANTED, for Investors with YV Cash, developed MINES. Money furnished for developing mining ritUSr'TjUlS. Good Gold, Silver and Copper properties can be JSULD QUICKLY by iUlUlCBSUlg U1C AMERICAN MIMNfl EXCHANGE, Hostou, Man. CHAFFIN & DUNCAN, Livery and Sale Stable. GOOD BIGS AND LIVELY, GENTLE : ;.. TEA SIS. . Horses boarded by the day or month. Will keep on hand all kinds o! Hay, Grain and Teed. Lowest prices eiiaranteed. Asents for the cele brated Mitchell Wagon. Give us a cdl DOUGLAS AVENUE, EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. Are built in s the Largest IGYGLES. and Best Equipped Santa Fe Route Factory in the World. Experienced 8B'ect tno Wayerley because they have learned to know the differ . , ence between a wheel that W actually high-i'rade and one that i IvKierS jV simply claimed to be. Some others may be good Lut the Wayerley is toe nignesc oi an nign-grade. scorclier (3 netglits) fHo.OO. Jlelle zo ana za men, ifio.uu ana mo.uu. MADE BT INDIANA BICYCLE CO., INDIANAPOLIS, INU. ligliegtoHliglilJradef. J..F. Wright, Agt. J. n. TEITLEBAUM. P. SAVILLE, Mo WtSlWAHD No.l STATIONS Eastward No... M ilflrftlilrPA CONDENSED TIME TABLE. Ke Beer par gins.. 50o pjr gallon. Bottled Beer, 10c, loo, 20o, & Per bottle. Bole Agent for ' "Carlisle" Whisky, $3.50 per gallon. The Cash Liquorj Cigar and Tobacco Co. TEITLEBAUM & SAVILLE. 109 Sixth Street, Opposite San Miguel National Bank. UKTT1NG IT DOWN FINK. 10 2Spm Chicago 't Jjpm Kansus u:tj 4 2?pm '! opeka a lSpm Newton 10 a ,iin nutchlnson 6 EOnm Denver 8 loom Colo. Knr'HS iu aupni rueuio mopm Trinidad 7 25pm LAS VEGAS 1010pm Santa f e 12 07am LosCeri lllos i esimAlbuquerq'e 10 31pm 7 a.im 8 00am 12 3 'am 11 npm 5 SOprn 3 COpm 1 )0m 8 mm S l&am 10 10am 10 5Cipm 9U6pm Whiskies. Soar Mash Bourbon 10 45a ml 11 40a m Demlng El Paso 111 OOaml 10 0oam S lOami Gallup 1 Bfipm Wlnslow 4i()pm Fiag'taff (KftnraLos nirelea l0 46am,'anFrancls 8 soptni 9 iifiain 7 27m 7 OOaml 30pm FEU GAL. ...... $3.00 " '" " 2.50 SamplesONLY5c,-Pts.'l5c,Pts.25c Qts.oOc Finer Whiskies, pkk oai,. Whlla lTr.ii .a -.1 no 25c U. 8. Club nes "Carlisle", Sole Agent. .. .1 ' 3.5'.l Samples 10c, Half Pts. 25c, I'm. 50o, Q'.s. $1. Finest Whiskies, per, oal. John Banning $4 0') Belle of Anderson 4.25 Guckenhcimer D.50 McBrayer, Oscar Pepper end Yellowstone SAMPLES, ONLY lOc. ... Half-pints 85o, Pints 65c, Quarts, S1.25. California and Native Wines from 25o per Bottle, and $1 per Gallon, np. . 49-Bear entrance from Lincoln Aye., between Optio Office and Uosenthal Eros.-ee P. 8. "Press the Button, We'll do the rest." Cigars From $1 per box us Chewing and S moving Tn'oacccs : From 25 per Hj. u Sole Agent for RAlLSPLlTTEa" Cigar. So Straight; 12.15 per box. HOT SPBINOS BRANCH. Leave Daily. HEADOUART 703 5:t0p 5:0ftpi 5:l8p f.:2op sup S:0On it 05p 8 ISp i sop 701 9:S0a 9 :if,a M8a 10: a CAKD NO. 2 Arrive Dally. Arrive Dally. Lns Vegas undue St. Upper L.V. Plactta Hot springs! 70S 2:1BP 2:l0p lB7p 1 .'SOD 1 lap. 704 4 Slip 4-2-IDi 4 lap 4:05p 4.00D 7C6 7:(I0d 6:Hp K:44o 6:.S5p :30p Fine Wines Corner Center Street and Railroad Avenue I fltinipfiQt linnnrcl ERS, i JJlilUUlU Leave IDally. Mr. D. P. Davis, a prominent livery man and merchant of Goshen, Va., has this to say on the subjeot of rheu matism: "I lake pleasure in reooro- mending Chamberlain's Paia Balm for rbenniatisni, as I know from personal experience that it will do all that is claimed lor it. A year ago this spring my brother was laid up in bed with inflammatory rheumatism and suffered intensely. The first application tf Chamberlain's Palm Balm cased the pain and the use of one bottle completely cured him. For sale by K. D. Goodali,. Depot Drug Store. When a baby conies to tne uouse real hap piness comes. The care and anxiety count lor notning against the clinging touch of the little hands and the sound of the little voice. The highest function given to hu man beings Is bring ing healthy, happy children into the world. Over thirty years ago the needs of women appealed to Dr. Pierce, now chief consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y. The result of his study improved by thirty years of practice is embodied in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It strengthens, pufj. fies and makes healthy the organs dis tinctly feminine. It gives weak women ths strength and health necessary for the pro duction of healthy children and it makes the bearing of those children easy. It is sure to cure any weakness or derangement peculiar to women ; stops pain, soothes inflamma tion, strengthens, purities, invigorates. advantages not usually .found at summer lesons, a go-a noiei witn modern Improve ments ana wen lurnisnel rooms, a rost. office is located at this point, and free tele- pbone connection is bid with Las Vegas. aob came is nountuullv supplied w tb fruits and vegetables grown on the rla.-n. Quests wishing to com', c n teb pbone and a conveyance will De sent or them. Katps $7.00 Der week. J. V . Lujan, Proprietor. vol. wm. mckae, Manager. i To Health-Seekers. The Blake Ranch, on the haart of rhA win oapeno, is now preDared to receive a limit. ea number of boarders. -This ranch Ii looatea in tne heart of tho mountains, him id tbe most beautiful scenery in the world, wurre uruoK iroui ana wild came oiler ample diversion for the nlmrod or anyone B.vtiu uui-uour epQn, it ib locatea only twenty-five miles from Laa Vegas, and within eight miles of tbe Rio Pecos. nrl only tnree miles from tbe headwaters of tne itio uaiunas. Address. Address Mrs. J. P. Blake. Rrclada. nr in quire ror oonyeyances snd rates of W. E. Jrltes, ast Las Vegas, N. M. zJ. P. BLAB 9, Rooiada, S. M. 77-tf J. O. Solxlott, CONTRACTOR 4 BUILDER. - Job Work and Repairing, House Mot ing and liaising a Specialty. SHOP COR. IftNTH AKD INTEROCBAK The new method garden hose and the ball noitzle lawn sprinkler are just tbe things to buy now. G, V Kksd & Co. JOSH WANTED: Bright Girl, or the vicinity agent, to Boy In this and every town in wnere more is not already an sell tbe New York Ledger, America's Urrat est Btory Fappr, by tbe week, and act as agent, making 9 cents on every copy sold. No charge being made for unsold 'copies. No Possible Risk. For full particulars, call t tbe otliee ot this paper The Park llouto. Las Vrgas Hot Serines. N. M. W .rill have a fujw choice rooms lett for those who c me early, . Tbe mott popular house at tne spring. Mr. Hob Hi itton. lata from the cast, has charge of the kitchen; every thing Is prepared in best of stvle. Kates, 85 Cents per meal. Seven dollars per week. Table supplied with ths best the mailct affords. Rooms by the day, 50 to (O cents, ou to U.OO per week. Mrs. Kate Dennis, . 148-tf Manager. Summer Mountain Resort. The F.I Porvenir mountain resort will now receive guests for the summer. The most picturesque scenery in America, fine fishing and bunting. Boat of botol ac commodations In New Mexico. For terms for board and lodging, apply to the Ro mero Mercantile Co.. Las Vegas. Carrias leaves tneir siore, southwest, corner of tbe fihua, every Saturday and Tuesday morn ng at 8 o'clock: fare for the round trip. SI. For fnrther information, call at the shop fstatl'ihaient, aotf. before September 10th will be extended to September aoih 18MJ. Democratic convention at Chicago, July Tth, 1890, From Las Vegas to Cbicsgo and return, if37.70 for round nip, tickets to be sold July 3rd, 4th and 5th, 18'.W, with Boal limit July 14th, 1896, limited to continuous passage in each direction. National conference of charities and correction, at Grand Rapids, Mich., June 4th to 10th, 1890, fare and ono third ou cer tificate plan for round trip. Republican oonveutlon at St. Louis, Mo.', June 16th, 1896: From Las Vegas to St. Louis, Mo., and return, $32.70. Excursion tickets on sale, June 12th, 18th and 14tb. with final limit of Juue 23d, 1806. Tickets will be limited to continuous passage, in etch direction, going passage to ormmencs date of sale, and rtturn passage to com mence date of execution. National convention. Young People's Societies of Christian Endeavor, at Wash, ington, D. C, July 7-13, 1886: Las Vegas to Washington and return, $52.03; on sale July 81, 4th and 6th, 1896. Limited to con tinuous passage, in eaob direction, with final limit of July 18th. 1896. An exten sion of return limit, to July Slat, 1896, will be eranted on tickets that are deposited with Joint agent at Washington, on or be fore 0:00 o'clock p. m., July 14th, 1896. , C. F. Jones, Agent. Nos, 1 and 2, Pacific and Atlantic express, uave runuiuu i uiuce uravt ing-room cars, tourist sloeptng cars and coaches between Chicago ami Los Angoles. San Diego and San Francisco, and Pullman palace cars and coaches between Chicago and the iii ui mrx:cu, tii. UOPELAM, . - i. Gen. Agent, El Paso.Tex. , i ; ' ' W. It Bbownb, T. F.4 P. A., El Paso.l'ex. Oh.'S.f. Jones, Agent, las Vegas, N.M. Ji. i ' Western Division. , f. Meiis.4 Tims Talle No. it. J. W. Eelnhart, John J. McOook, receivers, In effect Sunday, Angnst 8th, 1895. Vvestwaiid. Geo, U, floiciiisoo & Co, HAVE 6 00 p s in a 4 00 p 40 m IS 10 p 40 P 4 M p; 5 85 p S 10 p 9 00 p 11 2S p 12 no a 1 65 a 7 50a 9 20 a IP 1 40 8 10 1 Real Estate, Mines, and Mining Property L For Sale or Lease. SAP I 10 46 a 10 00 p 1 96 p 7 00 p 7 25 p 8 00 9 8 06a 8 26 a 9 10 8. Tjw p 4 20p 6 00 p J 4U p l w a 4 40 a 6 26a 11 4 a sop B OU p 6 60 p 10 46 a HTATIUMa. Eastward . Chicago Kansas City -Denver LAS VfGAS Albuquerque ; iCuiilldge - -. wmtraie -i -nHallup . 7. Hoi brook Wlnslow Flags taft Williams Ash Fork ... niiigiuaii . Tbe Needles Blake DaptKett Barstow . . Mojave r Los An Reins SanFranlsco 10 SO p 7 uua 5 15 p S 6-a 8 15 p 8 S5 p 8 06 p 2 SOD io 40 a 9 31 a 7 27 a 6 osa 4 50a a p e n p 7 25 p 2 W p 2 10 D 10 00 a 7 eoa 8 SOP 8 8fl a t oo n 8 so p isp v m a 4 ssa 4 osa 8 40 a 12 20 a 11 06 p 8 46 p 6 55 p I 40 n 19 80 p 10 00 a 8 80a S 45 a s 20a 8 OOp 8 80 p Summer or Winter. I The Santa Fe route Is the most com'orta. ble railway between California and the east. The mealr at Harvev's Dtains Rooms era an excellent feature of the line. Tbe Grand oano-t of the Colorado can be reached In no other way, JNO.J. BTRNK, Gen. Pass. Agent, L s Angeles, Oat. O, H. 8PEKR8, A ist. Gen. Fast. A Kent, San Francisco. Your .Patronage Solicited. Elegant Club Room and Short Or- der Jjunch Counter TN CONNECTION WITH THE SAI.OOrJ DEALT QRGAfJS DEVELOPED Prematurtness stopped. All emissions and exhausting drains qmcKiy controlled. - Lost powers restored. This Ts tho New Parisian method, and never before used in this country. 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