THE DAILY OPTIC.
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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
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waeklr. onTuosilav. Tbursdav and Hatur
day, of each weals:, and arrive on alternate
Li Vegas to Lesperance, once a weak
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
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.
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
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
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
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
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,
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.
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
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:
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
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
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.
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
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:
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
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.
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Choice Prairie or Mountain Grazing Lands, .
Well watered and with good shelter, interspersed with flue ranches suitable
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Large Pastures For Lease,
For long terms of years, fencod
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.
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For further particulars and pamphlet's, apply to
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Raton, New. Mexico.
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
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
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
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
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
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
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th tho world. 2QOQ
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nappy praises ior
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est and most buc-
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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
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,
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. . . . ;
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
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.
For Sale or Lease.
REV. NORMAN SKINNER, Pastor.
Preaching at 11 a. m,
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
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
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-
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,
CONDENSED TIME TABLE.
10 58pm; Chicago
i Lipni hasai Olt
110 45a ml
El l aso
11 00a ml
B Una nil
10 45amgqnFrancls 6 30pm
HOT 8PBINOS BRANCH.
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,
- . Agent, Laa Vegas, N, M
Conflenscd Time . TaWe No. 38.
J. W. Belnhart, John J. McCook,
In effect Sunday, August 6th,- 1896.
WsiBtwamd. I BTATlUMa
6 00 pi
10 00 p
1 55 p
7 00 p
10 80 Pi
5 00 p
2 66 p
i 40 a
12 20 a
11 06 p
8 80 a
8 46 a
7 on a
9 '6 a
8 15 p
8 06 p
10 40 a
7 7 a
6 40 a
11 10 pi
h mi a
8 2 a
9 10 a
4 40 P
4 68 p
0 si p
8 10 p
13 80 p
9 00 D
6 00 p
7 40 p
t 40 a
11 28 p
l i 68 a
1 66 a
B 48 a
7 60 a
11 82 p
9 86 p
9 10 p
10 00 a
1 40 p
11 46 a
6 50 D
10 45 a
, Summer or Winter.
The Santa Fe route Is the most comforta
ble railway between California and tha
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
tewaiioy, Horse bUoa,
Pi ner Heidalsok.
' No Tax,
IS. T, OraveTy, euperlor,
W. N. T., Out of Bight,
Pride ot Kentucky.
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.
, 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
CHAFFIN & IIOI1NE,
Livery and Sale Stable.
GOOD RIGS AND LIVELY, GENTLE
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
simply claimed to be.
is tbe highest of all
. . ana Z9 men, fio.w
INDIANA BICYCLE CO.,
INDIA HAPOMS, INK.
i J. H. TEITLEBAUM.
tv r fln iuv s
The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co.
109 Sixth Street, Opposite
WKTT1SO IT liOVVS FINK.
; Whiskies. tbr oal.
Sour Mash Bourbon 2.00
Samples only 5o, Ji-Pts.iric,Pt8.25o Qts.f.Oe
Finer Whiskies, pkr oai,.
Whit. ITnii.a rinh . S3.00
a? a .
5o per glass.
o0o per gallon.
10c, 15c, 20o, &
26c TJ. H. Club
"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
McBrayer, Oscar Popper and Yellowstone
SAMPLES, ONLY 100.
' Half-pints 35c, Pints 06c, Quarts, $1.25.
Sola Agent '
$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
, . 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. ,
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
. ar BEAUTIFY
tailr BONES. I
Filled with Bright Ideaa, I
In Design. A Plans: Ar
rangement or tiroundn;
Seae '.0 centa for a copy
and leu javwtoget the
$5 W AVECO0TE
.' " PUB. Co.!
Exchange Hotel, west aide Plaza, Laa Vegas.
Complete Stock of Imported, Key
Mexican and Domestic
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.
Las Vegas, N. M.
prices guaranteed. Agents for the
Give us a c:J!.
EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M.
Are built In
IGVGiES. and Best
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)
F. Wright, Agt.
P. BAVILLE, Mom
San Miguel National Bank.
From f 1 per box up
From 25e per lb. u
Solo Agent for
(3.15 per box.
A. T. ROGERS,
LATE OF P.OGHS3 BROS.
Beneral Blaosamlthlng, Wagon and
Carriege Repairing, neatly and
f promptly dona
Opposite Browne & Hantanores Co.,
EAST LAS VEGAS. NEW MEXICO.
cured in half tho time required
BLOCK, DENVER, COLORADO.
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