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k. A. KI5TLRR, Editor and Proprietor. Enteral at tlio Kast I.e.1 Veimg. N. M nostoillco fur transmission through tua nuilla as seconil-cluss mutter. OVriUIAI, l-Al'KK Oi'TUB U1TT. bpeclul Notice. Iah Vkius TMilt OpTio-Dellvored by mall post-paid, no. oa per minimi; 6.uororsi: uuinihs; t'AM for three mouths, By car rler. 'i6 cnrt.u ner week. I.AH Vl.UAS WKKULlt Oi-uo 82 columns, de uveien nr mini, posc'imiu, h.uu ivr u mini, $1.60 tor six months, tl. 00 for throe moiitns. hmmti cimws in wrappers, d cunts, Bauiolo cooluB ot 'iQtli dally and weekly, mulled freu when rtslrod. Give postoOlce ad'Jross in tun, including aiaio. OouitiCHi'ONiiBNOK (Jontalt.:ng kewi, solid tod from all Harts of the country. (Joni immlcntlons nddrcssod to the editor of Thb orrio, to Insura attention, should be accompanied by the writer's full name and address, not for publication, but as uiifirantv of unotl faith. Bibmittanoks May be made by draft.nione; nrdr. noslal note, express or reirtBtere letter (it our risk. Address all letters and telegrams to Tim orrio, Kast Las Vegas, New Mexico. . Law oi newspapers, If subscribers order the dlecontlnnance of newspapers, the publlsliers may con tinue to send tnetu until aril arrearages ar P ifstibflcrlbors refuse or neglect to take their newBpapors irom tne omce to wnicu Hiov nr,i sunt tbev are held responsible un til they have settled the bills and ordered if knhxiTihers move to other places with out lnformlr g the publisher, and the news papers are sent to tue lormer pmce ui o auUCe IIIIBV l O lUOJl IWUU1IU Iluokboard Mails. Malls on the Star routes leave Lai Vegas at follows : ' inn vim to Fort Sumner, lacladln Anton Chlco, Los Colonals, Kden, Manta Hooa and Tuorto de Luna, trl-weekly, on Monday, we anesauy ana rriuay, snu ar fIva mi nUarnate l;ivs of each week. Lns VeRas to Fort iiascom, including Obuporlto, unuinaa Bpringfl, Ki uuervo. Boll lianoh, Llborty mid Endee, trl-weekly, OO juuuuay, vy ouuutiuuy miu inuuy, uaoh week, and arrive on alternate days inn Veas to Mora, Including Los Alamos, Eiapeno, br.n Xtfnacio anu uuuimia, wi waeklr. onTuosilav. Tbursdav and Hatur day, of each weals:, and arrive on alternate Li Vegas to Lesperance, once a weak on Saturday. Conveyance on Fort Sumner line. Is b; two-horoo buckboard. on Fort Bascoman Mora lines by elngle-horse buckboard. To Lesperance by private conveyance nsually spring wagon. THURSDAY EVENING. JUNE 4, 1898 PASSING OVER HE VETO. it is not a very common occurence for, congress to pass a bill over the the president's veto, as there Are gen erally enough administration men in congress to prevent this. But the action of congress yesterday will re ceivo the approval of the people of this nation, for more reasons than one. In his veto message, President Cleveland states a good many principles, valuable in the abstract, but misapplied in the present instance. We can endorse bis advocacy of a business-like adtuinistra tion aud reasonable economy, but when we come to study the whole situation the concentration of these principles in opposition to waterway improvement alone wilt appear strikingly illogioa.1 It is a most remarkable act of fatuity for Congress to appropriate something like a hundred million more than there will be revenue to pay for. But in locating the responsibility for that ex hibition of legislative incapacity, it is worth while to remember that the en tire entourage of the administration has been preaching, ever since last December, that no more revenue is wanted. Perhaps congressional action might have been a little more intelli gent if tin) example of executive stu pidity on the B&me point had not been so overpowering. Since the nation, for its sins, has a congress which will provide neither revenue nor credit to pay its appro priations, and an administration that has used its influence to prevent the enastmen'. of revenue bills, what is to be done P It is gratifying to know however that the country will soon have com petent men in both the executive and legislative departments of the govern ment, and men who are perfeotly able to give us a wise and business like ad ministration in which our disgraceful deficiencies will be wiped out. BICYCLE RIDERS. A few years ago the cry against bicycle riders was considerably greater than it is now, and this for the reason that the rights of all parties to the streets have become better defined. Las Vegans have very little complaint to make, as the bicyclists of this town are mostly gentlemen and ladies and the people have learned this. Bicycle riders have just the same rights on the streets as any one else, and no more. Any malicious or reckless interference with their proper use of the streets should be punished ; any acts on their part' that - imperil the V" public safety should be treated in the same way. Scorchers who whirl along, the streets at a reckless pace should be sup pressed, and the scattering instanoes in which riders of the wheel still oc cupy the sidwalks a thing that intel ligent wheelmen never do should be made the subjects of active discipline. Among wheelmen, as among other users of the streets, there are those who, from Ignorance or recklessness, disregard the rights or safety of others. We believe abat the -proportion Is, less among bicyclers than some other classes; but, wherever they occur, they should be s'opped." The city ot Harrisburg, Pa., prob ably contains a larger percentage of Scotch-IrUh than sny city in the Utited States. This is owing to the fact that the eighth annual convention of the Scotch-Irish society of America meets there to day. The purpose of these conventions is to keep-alive the ties of friendship between members of tbo Scotch-Irish race in this countrv. Keeping quiet and pointing to the price of wool is all that the republicans need do to carry this Territory by a large majority, Ik there bo any candidate for elec tion by republicans whom you oannot support, make it known before the noinltiaUn j convention or forever hold your peace, Chicago Is Joalous of St. Louis sinco therocent cyclone. Sbo always wants the largest iu everything, and dlslikrs especially to give up the name tl "The Windy City." True and Tinicly Word. Tim following is taken from the Nalionul Republican, a paper of gen. eral circulation, published at Washing ton, 1). C. : Tbo opposition to-the admission of New Mexico as a state is based princi pally upon two grounds, which are, that tbo people are in favor of free silver, and that tbo people, as a class, are not fitted for entire self government. It is the first time in the history of the country that tbo political opinions of the people of a Territory were trade the reasons for objecting to its ad mission as a state. It is true that the southern states objected to the admis sion of Kansas because it declared against slavery, and the same is true tf New Mexico, which in 1850, formed a state constitution and declared against slavery, but slavery could hardly be railed a political question like the division that now exists on the subject, 'what shall be money." It is an outrage on the people of New Mexico to make this aground of refusal to thcrn of the right of state hood. The constitution of the United States guarantees 10 all its inhabitants the right of untrammeled thought, and its free expression. Those who favoi the gold standard are not the rulers of the country, and have no right to at tempt the abridgement of the opinions of others who differ with them. Nor does any one know what will be the course of New Mexico on this money question. As to the character of the people making them unfit for statehood, that is au absolute mistatement. Like all sparsely settled countries, there is a itn&JI element of undesirable, residents, rut the city of New York contains more than a hundred times as many as can bo found in New Mexioo. A complete free school system was established as early as 1871, absorbing one fourth of the entire taxes. These schools are now on a par with the belt in the western states. School attend ance ia compulsory at either the public or private schools, and these schools must all be taught in the Knglish lan guage. There are two normal schools sup. ported by the Territory. There is a state university, a school of mines, an agricultural college; all public in stitutions. Besides these, there ire seventeen higher schools or colleges in charge of private parties, besides a much larger number of lower grsde schools, in short, the educational facilities of New Mexico are equal those or most of those' of the older stales, The public school building are valued at $2,100,000, and the pri vate schools in three cities at $1,500, 000. In the 12,000 f qnare mile?,New Mex ico has everv varitiv of soil and c!i mate, and produces all the grains, veg etab'es and fruits of the temperate and semi-tropical zones,' according to the elevation cultivated. The river valleys contain 8.000,000 acres, and there are about as many acres in the valleys at va rious elevations in the mountain ranges, and the "mesa"," or great plains, contain 40,000 0C0 acres, three-quar ters of which are cuitivatable. Wheat and oats from New Mexico earned the tirst premium at the world's fair. Of the 40,000,000 acres of tillable and pasture lands in New Mexico, about 2, 000,000 are in cultivation. O.ily five states Texas, Ohio, Michigan, Oregon and Montana, exceed Now Mexico in their wool clip. None But Ayer's at the World's Pair. Ayer's Sarsaparilla enjoys the ex traordinary distinction of having been the only blood purifier allowed an ex hibit at the World's fair, Chicago Manufacturers of other Sarsaparillas sought by every means to obtain a bowing of their goods, but they were all turned away under the application of the rule iorbiddiog the entry of patent medicines and nostrums. The decision of the Wot Id's fair authorities n favor of Ayer's Sarsaparilla was in effect as follows: "Aver's Sarsaparilla is not a patent medicine. It does no! belong to the list of nostrums. It is here on its merits." The United States Attorneyship. From tbe New Mexican. The news of Mr. Childers appoint ment as United States attorney was re ceived with much good feeling by Santa Feans, despite the fact that not few of them had given their endorse ments to others who sought the place. The oonsensus of opinion is that Mr. George II. Money, who has so accept ably tilled the oflice tf assistant, will continue to act in that capacity. Mr, Childers is now in Tennessee, visiting a sick brother, and it is not known yet whether he will take up his head quarters here at tbe capital. The Danger Comes ' In cases of typhoid fever, diphtheria and other w.'uting diseases, when the pntiont has been reduced iu flesh, and strength, and begins tlio toilsome climb to health. Hero Hood's Sarsa parilla finds its place. It enriches the blood, strengthens the nerves, gives tone to the di gestive organs, and builds up the whole system. IlMd'a Pille are the best after-dinner pills, assist digestion cure headache. 25c. a box. Up to Date 1890. Tbe most complete tariff text book ever publiehed is tbe new edition of 'Tariff Faots tor Speakers and Stu dents," defender document No. 9 260 pages, just cut. Publisher, tbe Ameri can Protective Tariff league. Cam paign text books issued just before tbe election" are of little value. The tariff league is to be congratulated on lis foresight in getting out its band book so early in the year. Order by num ber only. Sent to any address for twenty-live cents. Address W. F. Wakeman, general secretary, 135 West twenty-third street, New York. Mrs. J. S. Palmer, of Fnrniington, had a narrow escape Tuesday last. Sbe was driving along and ran into a post, when the cart was overturned the horse ran away and was captured by Mrs. Reynolds. Mrs. Palmer got off with a shaking. Howard. Whereas, Frank Kelts was reoently foully and brutally murdered near Ualll uuu Hprtnga, In tbe oounty of Ban Mliiucl by unknown parties, who are fugitives from limtioe: Now, therefore tor the purpose of pro curing tha arrest tf the perpetrators this erliiio, I, V. T. Thornton, governor the Ttrrltiiry of New Muxlco, by virtue tlio sutboiity In me vested, do hereby olfor a reward of lioOu) lor the arrest anil cun victlou ot the murderers of Heitz, such rs ward to lie parable out of aov mnuey the Territoilal treasury appropriated for the payment ot rewarua itv loa roriy ievoulb iKoai year. Dune at the executive office, this tba lltb dtv of Hit. A. D.. lf-lW. Witness my band and the great seal of tbo Territory of New Mexton, iskal I W, T. Thornton, Governor of tbe Territory of New M'.xlco, My too governor: Xohion Miller, Secretary of New Mexico. PLAYS AND PLAYERS. Since her ronmrknblo reception In Lon dou Adullmt Putll's price has advanced la 15,000 u concert. Mrs. Anulo Vcnmans has been engaged by Malingers Palmer find Knowlus for "Tim tireut Diamond Bobbery." Eva Vincent, for ninny years a popular dmmtillo star, has scored a greut success in ii vaudeville- pkctcli entitled "Ben Tra valo." Thmnas Q. Soahrooke will open. Ills soa Mill nt I ho Park Ir.cnter, lioston, bept Ho tins n now comedy, written for him by Paul Potior. Tony Pastor's company averagnn 80 por sonr.; 11 has traveled lo.OOO miles per an mini for 1!0 years, equal to 13,500,000 miles for n single passenger. "A Stag Party," tha musical comedy by Paul Potter and Bill Nye, will bo pro ducod by Manager A. 11. Palmer at the Park t heater in Boston on Oot. 14. "A Trip to the Rockies" is the title of a new romantic oomio opera In three acts, music by Ion Arnold, book by Georga Morgan, which Is to be produced In Philu dolphla kept, 8. From tho notices which Miss Maxl Elliott's beauty has called forth from tha London nowspaporg it looks as if that young woman had made a profound lm pression over there. "A Social Highwayman," which Mr, Mansfield intends producing next season is a dramatization by Miss M. T. Stono of a story published in Lippinoott's, written by Ellwibeta Phipps Train. It is announced that Kate Claxton and Mine. Janauschek will star Again next sua eon In "The Two Orphans." Whatawaste of good histrionic stuff I Between these two good ladles there's enough material for ten orphans. $300 Reward. Executive Office, City or Banta Fk, Territory of N. M Whereas. On tbaStb day of February la'Ju, Dioniclo Ualiegos mysteriously disip Beared from the town of Raton, and Torri, tory of New Mexico, and is supposed to have been murdered by persons who ar now fugitives from justice. Now, therefore, foethe purpose of csus tug tbe arrest and conviction ol tbe parr or parties gulltv of tbis crime, 1, W, Thornton, governor of tbe Territory of New Mexico, do hereby offer a reward of S0(J, to be psld out of tbe Territorial trees ury from funds appropriated for rewards, opun tbe arrest of tne guilty party or par ties, said reward to bo payable out of funds appropriated for the fortv-slxtb fiscal yer, Done at the executive office, tbis, the 7tb dny of Marcb, A. u. 1896. Wltm-BS my bnd and the great seal of the Territory of New Mexico, W. T. Thornton. Governor of the Territory of New Mexico, iiy tne governor: Lorion Miller, Secretary of New Mexico. Those who bad tbe pleasure ot at tending the entertainment given by the schools, at Gallup, on Saturday even ing last, were delighted by the high class entertainment provided. . Healthy, kappy children mate better men and wo men of us all. A little cam and a little planning before birth is often more import ant than anything that can be dona after. and strength depend the life and the future of the children. A weak and Bickly woman cannot bear strong and healthy children. Most of the weakness of women is utterly inexcus able. Proper care and proper medicine will cure almost any disorder of the feminine .organism. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion uas uuen icsieu in thirty years of practice. It is healiner. soothing, strengthening. - It Is perfectly natural in its operation and effect. By it3 use, thousands of weak women have been made strong and healthy have been made tha mothers of - strong and healthy children. Taken during gestation, it makes childbirth easv and almost pain less and insures the well being of both mother ana child. SOME SPECIAL RATES. Annual Meeting American Association of Nurserymen, Chicago, III,, June 10th and lltb: Fare, one and one-third for rouud trip, on certificate plan, to above point. Commencing dune 1st. wa will sell round crip tickets to Pueblo, at $15.70: to Colorado Hprlngs, s-is.ou: to Denver, $23.15. Tickets limited to one day In each direction, witu anal limit lor return, JNo vemoer loin, lawo. Annual Uouvenlion, international Assn ot Fire Engineers Salt Lake City, Utah. Aug. 10 to Utb, 'U6. One lowest first-clans standard fare for tbe rcund trip, plus 12. all tickets to be good ror continuous pas, sage in each direction. Leaying Salt Lake on August i i nna zz oniy. f ourtn oi jut rates: we win sen round trip tickets to all points within 200 miles at one and ooe ntth rare for round trip, Tickets on sale July 8d and Itb, good to return until and Including July 6th, 1896. national reop e s rarty (ropuust) con ntion and American stiver convention. at Bt. Louis, Mo., July 22d, '06. From Las Vegas to Bt, Louis and return, $32.70. Tick ets on sale July lth, IWto and Hist, 'iW; limited to continoons passage in each direc tion: nnallimir, juiyzitn, "jo, iNationai encampment u. A. tv. at Bt 1'nul, Minn., September 1st to 4th 1898, From Las Vegas t j Bt Paul, Minn, aud re turn, 837.20. . Tickets on sale August 30tb and 31st 18!)6,fioal limit 8eptemberl5th,1898, All tickets deposited with joint agent on or before September 15th will be extended to September 30lh 1890. Democrat lo convention at Chicago. July 1th. lsyts, f rom Las vegas to (Jhicago and return, $37.70 for round trip, tickets to be sold July 8rd, 4th and 6th, 1898, with final limit July 14tb, 1BU0, limited to continuous passage in each direction. National conference or charities and correction, at Grand Rapids, Mich., June 4tb to lOtb, 1896, fare and one third on cer tiftcate plan for round trip. Republican eonventlon at Bt. Louis, Mo., une 10th. lsilti: f rom Las Vegas to St. louis. Mo., and return, $32.70. Excursion tickets on Bale, June 12th, 13th and 14tb, with final limit of Juue 23d, 1896. Tickets will be limited to continuous passage, in esch direction, going passage to oemmence date or sale, and return passage to com mence date of execution. National convention, Young People's Societies of Christian Endeavor, at Wash ington, D. C , July 7-l, 1896: Las Vegas to Washington and return, t.13.95; on sale July 3d, 4tb and 5tb, 1896. Limited to con tinuous passage, In each direction, with final limit of July 18th, 1890. An exten sion of return limit, to July 81st, 1896, will be granted on tickets that are deposited with Joint agent at Washington, on or be fore 6:00 o'clock p. m., July Utb, 1896. C, F. JOHBS, Agent. The Maxwell Situated in New Mexico and Colorado, On the Atchison, Topcka & Santa Fc, and Union Pacific, Denver & Gulf Railways. - 11.1 acres of Lii For Sale 7 f Farming Lands Under Irrigation Systems: In tracts of 20 ncr a and upwards, with perpetual water rights, clieap, and on easy terms of io annual payments, with 7 per cent, interest. Alfalfa, Grain and Fruits grow to perfection. Choice Prairie or Mountain Grazing Lands, . Well watered and with good shelter, interspersed with flue ranches suitable for raising grains and fruits, in else of tracts to suit purcbusor. Large Pastures For Lease, For long terms of years, fencod railroads. GOZtaD MINES. On this Grant. nar Its western bouadary, are situated the famous Gold Mining Districts of ELIZABETUTO WN and BALDY, where mines have been euccessfully operated for 23 years, and new, rlob discoveries were made ia 1895, in the vicinity of tbe new camps of HEMAT1TK and HARttY BLUFK, as rich as any camp in Colo rado, but with lutj of as vet unloeated ground open to prospectors on terms similar to, and as favorable as, tbo United States Government Laws and Regulations. Mage leaves every morning, these camps. .. . , , Title Perfect, founded on United States decisions of the U. S. Supreme Court. , For further particulars and pamphlet's, apply to THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT COMPANY, Raton, New. Mexico. CHINESE GORDON. The Famous Engllhhiunn'ii lieslgnntlon anal ' Prophetic Mcssagu to tlio Uhcdlve. A correspondent writ ins to The Scot tish American suyu: Ono chilly morn ing at Suez, iu tlio winter of 1S79-80, I rccoivort a message from Colonel Qor don. Ho had jnst lauded from Suukin, and wi.shcd to seo mo. I fouud him seat ed in a room at tho old Suez hotel, with his black secretary ami tn.iity factotum, Moiiauuiicd LI Tolmniy, and a fow friouds, including Hie governor of the town. Poov Mohammed El Tolinniy, who was destined to see his master fail fit Khar tum and probably shaved his fato, was looking cold and miserable, and I no ticed ho was sipping soino hot mixture of which tho aroma did not worn fam iliar. On my entering, Oo-iou exclaimed: "I have resigned tho Ruveiuor gon craLsinp or the buriun una am return ing to England. The khodivo's ministers dared to send mo instructions, uud so I have resigned. How, toll me honestly, what will the world -ay of my work in the Sudan nfter tho years I have spent there? What is the apparent re unit:" I said something to i'ir effect that his name would live and ho remembered "Aye, "ho rejoined, "but. what visible trace remains of my exile and labor? It is now God swill that I should abandon my task, and there is absolutely noth ing to show nothing for the world to gazo at except" ho added this with a curious smilo and pointing to t!To shiv ering son of the tropics at the oilier side of the table "except, perhaps, that have taught my Mohammedan secretary to drink hot toddy at 10 in the morn ing." Certainly Gordon s work was not in tended for show. At Alexandria he had an audience witn tlio into khedive, Tewfik Pasha, at which ho tendered his resignation, and then, removing his fez, the badgo of allegiance, addressed someJ words or stirring advice to nis iiigimess, "as from an independent English gen tleman. " Before embarking for Europe Gordon wrote a famous telegram to the khedive "Meno, Meue, Tokel, uphar sin which was shown to me and to the correspondent of a great London newspaper, but it is a qnostion whether it was ever dispatched from Malta. In any case, it was curiously prophetic. Within two' years the Sudan was in open revolt and Egypt under foreign control. Tom Bryan offers for sslo tho rest of his splendid ranch at Fruitland. Should Mr. Bryan not shortly consummate a sale, he wilt build a storo and house on tbe lend. A full head o! water was turned into tbe big canal down in Eddy county, last Friday, and farmers down the val ley are getting all the water necessary now. . MORE in harmony th tho world. 2QOQ completely cared men are nappy praises ior the greatest, grand est and most buc- tcsarul euro for sex ual weaknec-3 cud loetviiior known to medical scIbhcb, At account of this won (tcri tSiecovf-ry, i:: book form, with ret croucos nd pro'.fa. will hfl sent to F,ul- ferlnflr men teenled! frr.e.- Full nmnlv vlo permanently restored. Failuro imp023lb!. ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, N.Y, c3 mm news of every class lhao- a 4 any olber Denver -t.'MfH .i i r n b . -"o r. 'i .i kV re n ' .'.t. Land Grant! or unfenced j shipping facilities over two except Sundays, from Springer for Patent and confirmed by -THE- KEELEIf INSTITUTE, 18th and Curtis Sts. DENVER COLORADO. For the cure of" r TATTAn AnTm r -i-r-mr-, LllUUUK, UirlUM. rJJiirt- VOUS DISEASES, and TOBACOO HABIT. Best and most thoroughly equipped ICeeley Institute In tha United States, Homelike and comfortable In all its ap polntments. An absolute and permanent cure. Ladles treated privately. Corre pondence confidential. - MIKE W. BURKE. Local Representative. San Ignaclo Resort. Tba Hermits se in a new hotel situated at I the foot of Hermit's Peak, on the Sapello I river, un amonz tne Dines, it has manv nuvainbsron not usually louna at summei resorts, a gocd hotel with modern improve ments ana wen luruistied rooms, a post- office is located at this point, aud fre tele phone connection is hid with Laa Veeaa. I Tbe table Is bountifully supplied at all times with all that the season affords. Guirsts wishing to come, can telephone and a ciinvevar.ee win oe sent ior tnem. Kates. 00 per week. J. . Lujan, Proprietor. Summer Mountain Reaort. Tte El Porventr mountain resort will now receive eruests for tha summer. Tbe most picturesque scenery in America, nne nsning ana nuoting. Beat or hotel ac commodations in New Mexico. For terms tor board and lodeinit. bddIv to the Ro mero Mercantile Co., fcas Vegas. Carriage leaves their store, southwest oorner of tbe plaza, every Saturday and Tuesday morn ing ai e o'ciock; tare ror the round trip, $1. For further Information, call at the above eeiacnsnment. iJOtf. The Park House. Las V?as Hot Snrines. N. M. We still have a few choice rooms left for those wbu I come early. The most popular bouse at tne sprinK'. Mr. Bob Bricton, late from tbo rast, has charge of the kitchen: every thing Is prepared in best of stylo. Kates, 85 cents per meal. Boom and board t7 per week. Table supplied with tbe best the market affords. Rooms by the day. 00 to 76 cents. - - Mrs. Kate Dennis, 148-tf Manager. To Health-Seeker. Tbe Blake Ranch, on the head of the Rio oapeiio, is now prepared to receive a limit- ea number ol hoarders. This ranch is located in tbe hoart of the mountains, amid tbo most beautiful scenery In tba world, woere Droos trout ana wua game oner ample diversion for the nlmrod or anyone seexing out-door sport, it is located only twenty-five miles from Las Vegas, and within eight miles of tbe Bio, Pecos, and only three miles from the headwaters of the Rio Galllnas. Address. Address Mrs. J. P. Blake. Roolada, or In quire for conveyances and ratea of W. K. urttes, Kast Las Vegas, J. H. . . . ; ;j.p. blaki, T7-tf Hooiada. N. M. J. O. olxlott, - CONTRACTOR & BUILDER. Job Work and Repairing, House Mot ing and Raising a Specialty. SHOP COB. NINTH AND INTEROCKAN 'k WANTED: Bright Boy Qirl.l or tha In this and every town in tha vicinity where there is not already an agent, to sell tbe New York Ledger, America's Great est Story Paper, by the week,- and act as egent, making 2 cents on every copy sold, i no cnarce ueluc made lor unsold copies. No Poiisit'lo Risn. For full particulars, call at tue omce oi this paper Your addreM, with six cestt in tamps, mailed to our Head. auarteri, U filUt St., t, an., will bring you a full Una of aamplea, and rules for self measurement, of our justly fa moua 93 pants ; Suits, $13.26 1 Overcoats, 510.25, and up. Cut to order. Ageoti wanted every where. XDNeff Pipoutii Rock Co. Geo. H. Hutchison & Co. HAVE Real Estate, Mines, and Mining Property For Sale or Lease. o Ujijj CIIUKCKDIUECTORY. pUESBYTEUIAN CHUIICH.J REV. NORMAN SKINNER, Pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m, and 7:80 p. m. fy of Suuday school at 9:43 a. m. Social Christian Endeavor at 6:43 p, m. All people are oordinllv welcomed. ' Strangers and sojourners are Invited to worship with us, . JJAPT1BT CHURCH.. , ' , A. A. LAYTON, Pastor. Bunday school at 9:40 a. m. Preaching aervlcoa at 11a. m. aud 7:30 p. m. B. Y. P. U. at 7:16 p. ui. All are cordially Invited to attend Its services. T7UB8T METHODIST EPISCOPAL OHUKCH -J ' ' HARHAN J. HOOVER, Pastor. Bunday school at 9:45 a.m. Preaching at 11 a. m.. followed by thirty minutes class meeting. Kpworth League at 7:00 p. m. Evening service at 7:30 p. m. Tha castor and members extend, to all. tha welcome of tbis church, and will be pleased to see you at its services. , , CHURCH OPTHE IMMACULATE CON . , CEPTION. FATHER T. P. O'KEEFE, Pastor. Masses will be said at 6:80 and 9:00 a. m. Bunday school at 8 p.m. Vespers and benediotion, of tbe Blessed Sacrament, at 7:80 p. m. Dally morning mass at 6:30 a. m. Sermon, at high mass, at 9:00 a, m. CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF BOR ROWS. VERY REV. JAS. H. DEFOURI, Pastor. Kkv. Micbicb Olibb, Assistant. First mass, for winter season, at 6:30 a. m. Second mass, tor winter season, at 8 m. High mass for winter season, at lU:UOa. m. Bunday school at U:UU p. in. Vesuers and Benelictlon at 4:00 d. iu. The f athers will preach Dotu lu jtuensn ana epanisn. ONTEFiOKE CONG REG ATIOW. REV. L. BCHREIBKR, Pastor in Charge. Services every Friday, 8 p. m. ; Sunday morning, n a. m.; nunuay school, every Saturday mornine;, 9:30 to 12 o'clock, and I ,i ouuunjr luurumjjtf, iruui iv bu vutwi, M. E. CHURCH. , iRev. G. W. TOLSON, Pastor Preachine at U a. m. Bundav school at 3:00 p.m. Services at 1 :30 p. in. Singine; and prayer meeting, Wednes- aay evening. T ANTED, for Investors with ' Cash, developed MINES, Money furnished for developing mining KKUijUlK. Good Gold, Silver and Copper properties can be BU-LiU yUlUJiLI by AMERICAN MINING EXCHANGE, soatvn. Ma... CONDENSED TIME TABLE. Westward Eastwabd No.l no. a. 10 58pm; Chicago 10 Hopin 7 SlUm 5 00am i Lipni hasai Olt 4 it7pm 9 lfipm '1 oneka Newton Hutchinson Denver 12 Siaui 11 iispm 10 Xlpni U supra. s supra 8 00pm 1 10pm 8 45am mom Colo. Hpr'KS iu flupm 12 SOprn rueoio Trlnldirt 7 25pm LAS VEQAS Hlftam 10 10am IU 50pm 9 u5pm iu mpui 12 07am Mania Ka LosCeri lllos 3 CfiamlAibuquerq'e 110 45a ml 111 4.im Demlng El l aso 11 00a ml 10 00am 9 10am Gallup Wlnslow Flair- tan 2 BApnii B Una nil 7 27em 1 66pm vupm SOSpm Ix3 'ngeles 7 00am 10 45amgqnFrancls 6 30pm HOT 8PBINOS BRANCH. Leave Dally. Arrive Dally. 703 SafllMnte 706 :00o SMp :18P C:2rp S:S0p Arrive Dally. Leave (Daily. vr.-n , .1 t i . , .. . . . unve rujjuiau I'aiace firawin-room cars, tourist sleeping cars and coaches between Chicago and Los Angeles, Ban Diego and San Francisco, and Pullman Dalace cars anil coaches between Chicago and the Vlljr ui JurxiCO, Jb. UOPELAOD, uen. Agent, r.i I'aso.xex. W. R Buowsit, T. F. & F. A., El Paso, Tex, Cha8.IT. Jonks, - . Agent, Laa Vegas, N, M RAILROAD Western Division. Conflenscd Time . TaWe No. 38. J. W. Belnhart, John J. McCook, receivers. In effect Sunday, August 6th,- 1896. WsiBtwamd. I BTATlUMa Kastwaku. 6 00 pi 10 00 p 1 55 p 7 00 p Chicago Kansas city Denver LAS VEGAS Albuquerque Oooildge Wlnsrate Oailup Hoi brook Wlnslow . Flagstalt - Williams Ash Fork Kingman The Needles Blase Daggett llarstow Mojavo fLos Angeles SanFranclsco 10 80 Pi 8 soa 5 00 p 8 SOp 2 66 p 9 00tt 4 85a 4 osa i 40 a 12 20 a 11 06 p 8 46p 6 55p 5 40p 19 sup io ooa 8 80 a 8 46 a 8 90a 10 a 7 on a 6 16p 9 '6 a 8 15 p 5 sop 8 06 p 2 90p 10 40 a 9 3a 7 7 a 6 osa 4 60a 4 OOp 6 40 a 1 BP 11 10 pi h mi a 8 06a 8 2 a 9 10 a 4 40 P 4 68 p 0 si p 8 10 p 13 80 p 9 00 D 1 HUP 1 Mp 6 00 p 7 40 p 1 Mia t 40 a 6 Mia 11 28 p l i 68 a 1 66 a B 48 a 7 60 a 11 82 p p 7 J5p 9 86 p 9 10 p 10 00 a Tcoa 8 sop 9 20a 1 40 p 11 46 a 10 P 2 np 00p 6 50 D OS fi 9 OOp nop 10 s 10 45 a , Summer or Winter. The Santa Fe route Is the most comforta ble railway between California and tha east. The mnalr at Harvey's Dlntnir Rooms ar. an excellent feature of the line. . , The Grand Canon of the Colorado can be reached In no other way, JNO. J. BYRNE, Gen. Pas. egp'iig-,18:6,e,Cl. Aift, San. Pass. Agent, Baa Francisco. 703 701 CARD HO. i 703 704 S:P0p 9:30a Las Vegas 2:15p4:S0pJ S:0T.p 9:35a BrldReSt. 2:10p4:25pfi 8:18p.4Sa Upper L;V. l:B7p4 12pfl 8:2sp 9:63a I'laclta l:fiOp 4:05p fi l:80p 10: a Hot Springs l p4:00pS Atlantic & Pacific J. B. Climax, Star, tewaiioy, Horse bUoa, Pi ner Heidalsok. Bomalhlug Good, Old Uonasty ury 'Nrt cupper Navy, Hoot Jack, itneuor, ' No Tax, Fur Stuff, .Natural Leaf IS. T, OraveTy, euperlor, W. N. T., Out of Bight, Kodak, Pride ot Kentucky. Yuoatau Twist, Health and Prosperity, , Popular Prloea. MRS., R. FLINT. Prop.. Centrally Located. Good Accommodations. Bates, $1.25 per Day. Board and Boom $S and $0 per Weak. FEME' MAMIIN1Z. General Broker. , Land Grants,' Improved Ranches, N ative Cattle, Improved Cattle, Cattle Ranges, Horses and Sheep, Real Estate- Stc. Land Scrip of all Kinds, Territorl-l and County Warrants. Gen - eral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under the ' United States Land Laws. LA VEGAS . N EW ISA EX I CO X aiiiiinii'fcniErmag CHAFFIN & IIOI1NE, Livery and Sale Stable. GOOD RIGS AND LIVELY, GENTLE - TEAMS. Horses boarded by the day or month. Will keep on hand all kinds ol Hay, Grain and Feed. Lowest Rushford and Newton Wagons. ; DOUGLAS AVUiNUR; F3vrtiatAn-Af1 aelect tba Waverley ZyT . ence between a wheel Kiuers simply claimed to be. is tbe highest of all . . ana Z9 men, fio.w HIDE BT J. INDIANA BICYCLE CO., INDIA HAPOMS, INK. i J. H. TEITLEBAUM. tv r fln iuv s The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co. TEITLEBAUM 109 Sixth Street, Opposite WKTT1SO IT liOVVS FINK. ; Whiskies. tbr oal. Sour Mash Bourbon 2.00 " a.25 " 2.6i Samples only 5o, Ji-Pts.iric,Pt8.25o Qts.f.Oe Finer Whiskies, pkr oai,. Whit. ITnii.a rinh . S3.00 K. a? a . 5o per glass. o0o per gallon. Bottled Beer, 10c, 15c, 20o, & 26c TJ. H. Club Per bottle. "Carlisle", Bole Aireiit 3.50 Sample? 10c, Halt fU. 2So, Pts. 50c, Qts. tl. " ' Fiukst Whiskies. peb oat.. John Hannlnp! M.00 Belle of Anderson 4.25 Quckeuhoimer 5.60 McBrayer, Oscar Popper and Yellowstone SAMPLES, ONLY 100. ' Half-pints 35c, Pints 06c, Quarts, $1.25. Sola Agent ' for "Carlisle" Whisky, $3.50 per gallon. California and Native Wines from 26o per Bottle, and $1 per Ration, up. tar Bear entrance from Lincoln Ave. , between Optic Office and Rosenthal Bros.-et P. S. "Press the Button. We'll do the rest." OFriCIRS AND DIRECTORS. John Shank, President. it. L. M. Koss, Vlce-l'resldent. J. E. Moore, Beo'y and Treas. V. H. Jameson, Manager -, L.Q.Jameson. , . THE ... Las Tups TipiiB Co. - Cor. Manianares and Lincoln Avef. . East Las Vegas, N. M. ' Electric Door Bells, Burglai Alarms and Private Telephones pu in at reasonable, rates. , UEAIt OHCaMJS Prcmatureness stopped. All emissions and exhausting drains quickly controlled, Lost powers restored. This is tho New Parisian method, and never before used in this country. . All men afflicted with any one of the above disorders, who will cut out this notice and send to us, will receive a month's treatment FREE. Syphilis and private diseases m by ordinary methods and at LUDAN MEDICAL INSTITUT RECEPTION ROOM, 305 TIMES ' It la wasted for ." AMERICAN HOMES, i A Richly Ixlustkatid Monthlt, for people who wish to PLAN, BUILD . ar BEAUTIFY tailr BONES. I Filled with Bright Ideaa, I practlcal.comnioo .euee In Design. A Plans: Ar rangement or tiroundn; Decorating, Furnishing;, etc., etc. Seae '.0 centa for a copy and leu javwtoget the $5 W AVECO0TE American Homes .' " PUB. Co.! KNOXVU.LE. TfiNN. m ron. - AN rC ANECDOTE. mmmmmm iiaarSWTlt J-jr.Vi.. J MAOKEL, Exchange Hotel, west aide Plaza, Laa Vegas. Complete Stock of Imported, Key Mexican and Domestic West And a oomplet Hock, of Fanoy Smoking Tobaoooj alao Pipei and Walking Canon aud tho beat lino ol Una Chewing Tobttooo. Other brands of tobacoo too numerous to montlon, and will beaold at wholesale and retail at tne lowest prloea. All kinds of plpea cleaned and repaired neatly at lowest prloea. RATHBUN SHOE Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. M. prices guaranteed. Agents for the Give us a c:J!. EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. Are built In the iargest IGVGiES. and Best Equipped Factory in the Worid. because they have learned to know tbe differ- that is actually blh-grade da and one that i Some others may be good but the Waverley blgb - grado. Scorcher (3 heights) $85.00. Belli) aua 3j.uu. F. Wright, Agt. P. BAVILLE, Mom & SAVILLE, San Miguel National Bank. Cigars From f 1 per box up Chewing and Smoking Tobaccca From 25e per lb. u Solo Agent for RAILSPLrcTEB"J Cigar. 6o Straight (3.15 per box. 3 23 A. T. ROGERS, LATE OF P.OGHS3 BROS. Practical Horseshoer. Beneral Blaosamlthlng, Wagon and Carriege Repairing, neatly and f promptly dona Opposite Browne & Hantanores Co., EAST LAS VEGAS. NEW MEXICO. DEVELOPED cured in half tho time required small cost. BLOCK, DENVER, COLORADO. 1 A Subscription -to the mi ii FREE! to subscribers to the LY Who, in the next thirty days' pay us one year' tubscription1 in advance. DA OPTIC