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Address all letters and telegrams to the optic, Kaat Lai Vegas, New Mexico 1-in.w 01 rtewspapen If nabserlbers order the discontinuance of newspapers, the publishers may con tinue to send them until all arroarages are paid. If subscribers refuse or neul their newspapers from the office to which they are sour, they are held responsible un til tuoy have settled the bills and ordered them discontinued. ' If 6ttTscrTtH,tuovoto other places with out Ul'ormlr g the publisher, and the news . Afpers are sent to tue rorruer piece oi row Aonce tuev are wen resuonaiuie Backboard Malls. Malls on the Star routes leave Las Vegas as follows: . . i ii a Vaima to Fort Hnmner. Inclndln Anton Cblco, Los Colonals, Eden, Bants Kosa and Puerto de Luna, trl-weekly, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, ana ar- lira fin nlfnrnnt,n ln.vs of each weelC. Las Yokes to Fort Bascom, Including Ouaperlto. Galllnai Springs, Bl Cuervo, Bell Uanch, Liberty and Kndee, tri-weeKiy, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, ol uui'h 'BBif . anrt nrrlve on alternate days. Lns Vegas to Mora. Including Los Alamos, Han lgnacio auu nuciuua, uanoisn Ann YinRpJo ana riociaaa. tri- . ;. I ,. An mi.nnJan Tit II fSfla V R Mil T WDflfciJi u iwwuji " - --. day, of oach week, ana arrive on siMniiii uays, w Las Vegas to Lesperance, once a week, Conveyance on Fort Sumner line. Is bt two-horse buckboard, on Fort Bascom and Mora lines by single-horse bucirboard. To Lesperance by private conveyance usually spring wagon. FRIDAY EVENING. JUNE 12, 1S96. OUR CHOICK roil PRESIDENT. Fop President. 18011. T z 3 WIIililAM MeKIXIJSY, of Ohio. " Of the total of the 38,OCO,000 sheep reported in tae United Stales last year, it is computed that one-fourth graze on the mountain slopes and vol leys of the west and southwest. The range is almost boundless. A story comes from Berlin of a young woman in Eichelberg, a small Bavarian village, who went into the village inn for refreshments, drank five und a halt gallons of beer, "and then still possessed the ability to thrash the innkeeper." THi: HT.Ti:iIOOJ HIM When tho report on statehood wes token from the committee before Iho house lust TuMilny, Hun. T . B. Catron In a short and to tho polut adtln s., said that he desired to have the bill oouie rugulurly before tho homo and 1)9 placed upon the calendar. That ho Territory bad been upon probation fifty years and this was long rn ugb. As the matter now stands the bill for admission totatchood will bo tukon up and passed next Peoenibcr and the election will be held the following spring. Mr. Catron also helped push the bill to have congress let aside 1,000,000 aores of hnd as a gift to the Territory for the purpose of conducting txporl- ments on irrigation. However leud (ho dtiuocratio press may howl, the people at the Territory aro satisfied with the work Mr. Catron bag done in corgress this year, and will send him back to continue bis good work next year. ' In his speeoh arraigning Iho presl- dent for failing to take action on the Cuban resolution, to congress, Senator Morgan used these words : For a government with three co-ordi nate departments, of wblch we boast, we are making a strange and rapid movement toward re-establishing the royal preroga tive In the hands ol our executive as an unoontrolUble power. If any British con stitutional power was destroyed in Amer ica by the revolution of 1778 It was the prerogative of tha crown. If the presi dent, acting alone, can substitute the en tire body of tbe laws of war for tbo laws of peace, which now govern our relations with Cuba, and if be can make this total evolution of our legal status at citizens, and as a nation, binding upon us by bis proclamation, It Is In vain that we abolieb ed'the royal prerogative In our federal constitution. It is true that President Cleveland has used bis power as no other chief magistrate ever did, says the Silt Lake Tribune. . lie has refused to exe cute laws. 0?er and over he has used the forco of hia ofliao to punish ene mies and reward friends. He has made the abandoning of fixed convictions the prioa at which his friendship could be bought. He has made appointments, not because Of the fitness of the ap pointee, but because tbey were in ac cord with bim on certain outside ques tions, lie has carried bis cilice rvitb a high band, with the result that the people of the United Slates are looklog longingly to the time when ho will be retired to that private life, from which it was the mcst costly mistake the Auerican people ever made, to call him. J)lHAltMi:i Till UUliKUATKM. How Law ii nil Oi-tlur l Maintained ut tho Torrltorlnl Capital. From the Citizen. 1iw and order conditions in Santa Fe are decidedly improved under tbe Cuurdngham regime Gov. Thornton must Ob proud of this olllulat, who was made u factor in Sauta ho politics solely through tbe governor's appoint ing and ullegod power tf removal. At the demjcratlo county convention, uuder a jiidloiul order signed by Judge Lsueblin, two men, Deputy Sheriff Tucker and Deputy United States Marshal Llnnen, stood at the court house door and searched every dele. gHte and on. looker who went into tbe court house for deadly , weapons hut a commentary on the reign of liw and order! How proud, all citi zens must be to kaow that such action on tho part of the courts Is necessary in older to allow an Anierloan citiz n tu exercise the rights given him by tbe constitution. Let us hear no more yawp about democratic law and order, particularly from Santa Fe. The tacts are nauseat n. Condensed Testimony, Cbas. B. Hood, broker and manu facturer's ngent, Columbus, Ohio, cer tifies that Dr. King's New Discovery has no equal as a cough remedy. . J. D. Brown, proprietor 3t. James hotel, Ft. Wayne, Ind., testified that he was cured of a cough of two years stand, ing, caused by la grippe, by Dr. King's New Discovery. B. F. Merrill, B ilriwiusville, Mass., says tuat he has used and recommended it and never know it to fail and would rather have it than any doctor, because it always cures. Mrs. Hemming, 222 East Twenty-fifth street, Chicago, always keeps it at hand and has no fear of croup, because it instantly relieves. Free trial bottles at Murphey-Van Petten Drug Co's. drug stores, Las Vegas and East Las Vegas; at whole sale by Browne & Manzanares Co. When Others Fail Hood's Snrsaparllia builds up the weakened shattered system by giving vigorous action to the digestive orpins creating nil appetite, and purifying the blood. It is prepared by modern methods, possesses the greatest curative pow. crs and has the most wouderful record of aa timl cures of any medicine. Try It. Hood's PilU cure nausea, sick headache, indigestion, biliousness. Bold by all druggists. Nan But Ayer's t the World's Fair. Ayer's Sursapanlla enjoys tbe t inordinary distinction of having been ha only blood purifier allowed an ex hi bit at the World's fair, Chicago, Minufacturers of other Sarsaparillas ; eight by every means to obtain a showing of their good, but tbey were ill turned away under tbe application f tie rule forbidding tbe entry of patent medicines and nostrums. The decision of the Woild's fair authorities n favor of Ayer's Sursapanlla was in ffect as follows: "Avar's Satsaparilla s not a patent medicine. It does not belong to the list of nostrums. It is here on its merits " The czarina is the seventh woman to be appointed to a colonelcy in tbe Prussian army. Tbe regiment to which she has been appointed will herafter be known as the. Second Dragooi Guard Regiment of the Empress Alex andra of Russia. England's senior barrister ' called to the bar seventy-five years ago, 1821, in the Inner Temple. His name is Carter.. Tbe oldest soliuitor three years bis junior. There are Iwenty-f our members of the bar who were called before 1830, and 166 called before 1840. M. Jacobs, a prominent merchant of Portsmouth, Ohio, has almost compiet ed a dwelling house built acootding to his own designs. The amateur archi tcct has just discovered that in his new $7, COO residence he failed to make any provision for a fireplace, flue, t chimney. Thk long.looked-for cut in bicyole rates has come. New signs along the boulevard in New York proclaim tha 600 bicycles of a standard make and really meant to sell for $100, are on sale for $50 each. One of the largest concerns in tbe country has cut its side line of second grade wheels from $80 to $65 and from $60 to $50. to meet the slash made by the mushroom manufacturers. A big delegation of would-be bicyclists went over to Phila delphia from New lork, Saturday, to get a $100 wheel of standard make advertised by a big drygoods store at $2ft each for iha-t day only. Thk power of the press is undoubt edly unlimited. If further evidence is required witness the following from the Raton liaiitje: Next Tuesday the national republican convention will open in Bt. Louis. Two years ago the Range attached its tow line to a movement to have Major Wni. McKIn ley, of Ohio, nominated at this convention Owing to the large circulation of the paper and the persistent hammering for our favorite, and his conceded ability as tbe broadest and cleanest statesman In America, the convention next week will heed our advice and nominate him, and next November the peop!e will do the rest, and the next 4th of March V.'hi. McKinley will be inaugurated president of tbe United States and an era of prosperity will follow fn this great country, THEY ARE COMING. Las Vegas Will Send a Hose Run ning Team Santa Fe Ditto. From the Albuquerque Citizsn. Last night, at tbe hour that little people go to bed, tho messenger boy from one of the telegraph companies handed H. Scott Knight, trainer of the IocbI hose running team, a telegram ft reads as fol'ows: Las Vegas, N. M., June 9th, XS96. H. Scott Knight, Trainer of Albuquerqua Hose Running Team : We will be represented by a rattling hose running team at the approaching firemen's convention and tournament, which meets in your city on July 2d, and continues for three days, and I have every ri ason to be lieve that tbe bose boys will be accompa nied to the Duke city by several hundred at our citizens. We had a bard pull to get matters in shape, to get together enough money ana to 4arouse tne proper eothus asm, but in t lie '-Bright Lexicon of you! tne re is no such word as fail," so we con quered, and you can look for us, in all our dory and recklessness next month. Te'l Cundiff not to get envious. I send this by rugae, to ipe ions win not De neavy on you. a. k. yuiNLY, President N. M. A. of V. P, The above dispatch was presented at tbe Citizen orlice this morning, and is genuine. ; This paper Is pleased to know that the firemen and .citizens o! Las Vegas finally realized the import ance of such a big celebration as that which the New Mexico association of volunteer firemen will hold in Albuquerque next month, and will be present. Mr. Knight also states that be has advices from Santa Fe, which assure him that the Territorial capital will also hsve s fast hose running team at the tournament. Tbe Riton school board met and employed the following teacher for the coming year: P. II. Kirscb, of Co lumbia City, Indiana, superintendent; Rufus Carter, of Raton, assistant su perintendent ; Miss Flora Mellen, of Las Vegas; Misses Eflie Meador, Liura Linwood, Mamie Howells, Ella Rems berg, A!fu Mitchell and Kate Deacy. Rates to City of Mexico. LasVbgas, N. M.. March 9th, 1806. Round trip rates to City of Mexico, from Las Vegas. 100.70. Uoing limit, sixty days, with final return limit, of six months irom date or sale, RATES TO PHOENIX. Tourist rates to Phoenix, Ariz., and re turn from Las - Vegas, $48.60 Limits, fifteen days, in each direction, with final limit of six months. tf C. F. Jonbs, Agent. The Maxwell Land Grant Situated in New Mexico and Colorado, On (he Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fc, ninJ Un'on Pacific, Denver & Gulf Riiilwuvs. 11,1 n ol Lai For Sale! Farming Lands Under Irrigation Systems: In tracts of 20 ncr 8 nnd upwards, with perpetual water lights, cheap, nnd on easy terms of lO annual payments, with 7 per cent, interest. Alfalfa, Grain nnd Fruits grow to perfection. Choice Prairie or Mountain Grazing Lands, Well watered and with good shelter, interspersed with One ranches suitable for raisiug grains and fruit,, in lite of tracts to buit purchaser. Large Pastures For Lease, , For long terms of years, fenced or unfenced; shipping facilities over two railroads. On this Grant, near Its western boundary, are situated tbe famous (Doll Mining Districts of ELIZABKTIITO VVN and BALDY, where mines bae been tuccesnfully operated for 2m years, and new, rich discoveries were made in 1895, In the vicinity of the new camps of HEMATITE and HARRY BLUFF, as rich as any camp in Colo rado but with lot of as vet unlocated ground open to pro'peotnrs on terms similar to, and as favorable as, tbe United States Uovernment Laws and Iiegn'ations. Stage leaves every morning, except Sundays, from Springer for these camps. Title Perfect, founded on United States Patent and confirmed by decisions of the U. S. Supreme Court. For further particulars and pamphlets, apply to THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT COMPANY. Raton, New Mexico. MOUNTAIN RESORTS. beautiful Places of Retreat for the Health and Pleasure 'Seeker. San Ignaclo Resort. The Hermitage is a new hotel situated at the toot of Hermit's Peak, on tbe Sapello river, up among the pines. It has many advantages not usually found at summer resorts, a good hotel with modern improve ments and well furnished rooms, a post ofllce is located at this point, and free tele phone connection is bad with Lai Vegas. Tne table is bountifully supplied at all times with all that the season afford. Guests wishing to come, can telrphone and a conveyance will be sent for tbem. Bates, $3.00 per week. J. V . Lujan, Proprietor. Summer Mountain Resort. The El Porvenir mountain resort will now receive guests for the summer. Tbe most picturesque scenery in America, fine fishing and bunting. Host of hotel ac commodations in New Mexico. For terms for board and lodging, apply to the Ro mero Mercantile Co., Las Vegas. Carriage leaves their store, southwest corner of tbe plaza, every Saturday and Tuesday morn ing at 8 o'clock; fare for tho round trip, $1. For further Information, call at the above establishment. 80tf. The Misses Armiin signed the con tract with J. V. McQuade, the carpen ter, fjr the ereotion of a two-story brick business house, 60x105 feet, on Railroad avenue, Albuquerque. The building;, wheo completed, including stonework and plumbing,- will amount to over $10,000. New Ice Cream Parlor. Beginning with next Sunday, we will run a first-class ice cream parlor in the rear room of the Headquarters restaurant. Everything will be gotten up in first-class order and the patronage of the publio is respectfully solicited. 178-tf Clark & Forsvthk, Props. The Park Mouse. Las Vegas Hot 8prings, N. M. Wo still have a few choice rooms lett for those who come early. Tbe most popular home at the spring'. Mr. Bjb Briiton, late from tbe east, has charge of the kitchen; every thing is prepared in best of style. Rates, 1)5 cents per meal. Room and board ft per week. Table supplied with the best the market affords. Rooms by the day, 00 to 13 cents. Mrs. Kate Dennis, 148-tf Manager. To Hcaltb-Sefk.rt. Tbe Blake Ranch, on tbe bead of tbe Rio Sapello, is now prepared to receive a limit ed nuinoer or boarders. This rancn I located in the heart of the mountains, amid tne most beautiful scenery in the world wnere brook trout and wild game oiler ample diversion for tho nimrod or anyone seeking out-door sport. It Is located only iwenty-nve roues irom Las Vegas, an tvitnin eignr miles or the Rio ecos. and only three miles from the headwaters of the Rio Qallinas. Address. Address Mrs. J. P. Blake. Roclada. or In quire tor conveyances and rates of W. K urites, jcast Las Vegas, r. M. :j. r. BLAKBl, 77-tf ' Roolada. W. M. SO.ME SPECIAL RATES. On June 13. 14 and 1A, will sell oneway tickets to Bt. Louis, at Mli0. On July 4, Rand 6, will sell one way tickets to Chicago at .132.20. Tickets are limited to continuous passage. One fare for tbe round trip will be mndo from all points in New Mexico, and Irom El Paso and Trinidad to those who desire to attend the wool growers meeting in Laa Vegas, July Tth and 8th. Annual meeting of tha National E duca tion Association, at Buffalo, New York, From Lis Vegas to Buffalo and return, 52.65 for tbe round trip. Tickets on sale July 8d and 4th. Uon'iuuous passage In each direction, with lira! limit of July 14th, 1608. Aq extension of return limit to September lt. 1898, can bo had bv deposit ing tickets before July 10th. with joint sgeui or terminal line, at Bunjlo. Nortn Am-rican African Baptist Con vention, at Chicago, Illinois, June 23J. to 30th, 1800; fare and one-third, on certifl- cabe piuo. American civil engineer, at Pan Fran cisco, through July. From Las Vegas round trip 155.00. tickets to be old Juno 15 to 24tb, going limit June 30. ft op overs allowed in each direction and Dual limit for return sixty days from date of sale. Our national session, J iinlor Ordor United American Mechanics, Denver, Col., June 10th to 20th. RiunJ trip ticket. $10.45. CHURCH DIRECTORY. pitESBYTiatfAN CHUItCH.J RliV. NORJIAN UK1NNEU, Pastor. Preaching at 11 n. m. and 7:80 p.m. Buuday school at V:45 a. m. ' Boolety of Christian Kudcuvor at 0:45). m. All people aro cordjally welcomed. Htriiugers nnd sojourners are Invited to worship will) us, JJAPTIST CHURCH. A. A. LAYTON, Pastor. Stiuidny school nt 9:45 a. m. Preaching servico nt 11 a. in. aud 7:8U p. 111, B. Y. P. U. at 7:15 p. m. All are cordially lnvltod to attend its services. JjllKST METHODIST E ; 180OPAL CHURCH HA MIAN J. HOOVER, Tastor. Sunday school at 0:45 a.m. Preaching at 11 a. nr., followed by thirty minutes clahs meeting. Epworth League at ?:00 p. m. Evening service at 7:80 pjn. Tbe pastor and members extend, to all, the welcome of this church, and will be pleased to see vou at its services. OnURCHOFTHK IMMACULATE CON. CEPTION. FATHER T. P. CKKEEFE, Pastor. Masses will be said at 6:80 and 0:00 a. m, ISundny school at .1 p.m. Vespers and benediction, of the Blessed Sacrament, at 7:80 p. m. Daily morning mass at 0:30 a. m, Bermon, at high mass, at tf :00 a, ui. CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF SOR ROWS. VERY REV. JAS."h7deF0URI, Pastor. Rev. Mai'hicb Ot.ier, Assistant. First mass, for winter season, at 6:30 a. m. Second mass, for winter season, at 8 a. in. High mass (or winter season, at 10:00a. 111. Sunday school at 8:00 p. in. Vespers and Bene liotlon at 4:00 p. m. The Fathers will preach both iu English and Bonnish. M ONTEFIORE CONGREGATION. REV. L. 8CHREIBBR, Pastor in Charge. Services every Friday, 8 p. m. ; Sunday morning, 11 a. m. ; Buoduy school, every Saturday morning, 9:30 to 12 o'clock,' and Sunday mornings, from 10 to 11 o'clock Climax, Rtur, fJlewiihoy, Horse Rhoa, Piper HaiUsleck, Something Good, . Old Honesty, Clipper Navy, Boot Jack,' Anchor, Ho Tax, Pure Stuff, Natural Leaf B. T. Gravely, superior, W. N. T., Out of bight, Kodak, Prido of Kentucky, X ucaian 1 wist, Health and Prosperity 1 opurar rrrcea. J. B. MACKEL, Tobacconist, Exchange Hotel, west sldo r.'aza, Las Vegas. 1 A Complete Stock of Imported, Key West Mexican and Domestic And a complete stock of Faner Srunklng Tobacco j also Pipes arid Walking Canes nnd tbo host lino ot Una f'linwlrio' Tobacco. Other brands of tobacco too numerous to mention, and 5 will be sold at wholesale and retail at tbe lowest prices. All. kinds of pipes cleaned and repaired neatly ut lowest prices. MRS. R. FLINT, Prop. Centrally Located. Good Accommodations. Bates, 91 .25 per Day. Board and Room $5 and $0 per Wcrk. FILES mMMTJH: General Broker. Land Grants, Improved Ranches, Native Cattle, Improved Cattle, Cattle Ranges, Horses and Sheep, Real Estate. Etc. Land Scrip of all Kinds, Territorial and County Warrnuts. . flan eral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under the United States Land Laws. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO RATHBUN SHO E Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. M. E. CHURCH. Rhv. G. W. TOLSON, Pastor Preaching- nt 11 a. m. Sundav school 8:00 p. in. Services at 7:30 p. ui. BingiuK and prayer meeting, Wednes cay evourns;. V5TANTED, for Investors with Y 1 Cash, developed MINES Money furnished for developin mining HKUSWiQl'S. Good Dates of sale, June 14 and 15; contiuuous Gold, Silver and Cooper properties paKsage each -direction ; final limit, June , OOT r nrrTrrrT v . 20tn. ExtenMon of time to Julv 15,h can can bc bULD UU1UK.LY by The home of J. W. Anderson, of Al buqjcrquf, was opened to the members and friends of tbe Kpworth League of Lead avenue M. K. church, who spent an evening In social intercourse-songs, recitations ana tfames. Almost every man in America has some digestive trouble. When men meet, the greeting: usually is "Well, how's your liver?" That de velopes health talk. The man who has no etom ach or bowel trouble is almost a curiosity. Trouble I J J3 men take no care of them selves, They eat as If they had cop.' tcr stomachs and bowels of brass. By and by, overworked nature rebels. Then come headaches, ner vousness, bad blood, liver and kidney troubles. Dr. Pierce's Pleasaut Pellets furnish help for constipation and torpid liver, sick and bilious headache, dizziness, sour stom ach, loss of tmot'tile. indiircslion. or dvs-' pepsin, windy belchinirs, "heartburn," pain and distress after eating, and kindred de rangements of the liver, stomach and bowels. Accept no substitute. lll''iOrtlw Up to Date 1806. The most complete tariff text book ever published is- the new edition ol Tariff Facta tor Speakers and Siu dents," defender document No. 9 260 pages, just ou. Publisher, the Ameri can Protective Tariff league. Cam paign text books issued Just before the election are of little rjlue. Tbe tariff league is to be congratulated on ' its foresight in getting out Its band book so early in tbe year. Order by num ber only. Sent to any address for twenty-five cents. Address W. F, Wakemaa, general secretary, 135 West twenty-third street, How lore. F. OAKLEY, Successor to J. S. Klston, - Hue ail Sip Fainting; Glazing, Faper Hanging, Etc. Shop Opposite Express TELEPHONE B7. Office, o Ml) Your address, with six cents la sumps, mailed to our Head- auarltri, 11 Eliot St., B01US, HI., will brinr you a full lint of samples, and rules for elf- measurement, of our justly fa mous .) pants ; Suits, fli.'ai ; Overcoats, $10.25, and up. Cut 10 order. Ageuts wanted every- waere. r New Plymouth Rock Co. Henry DIetzen, charged with steal ing $SU from his employer, h. Becker, was committed to j -i.il So fault cf $500 bail by Judge Crawford, at Albuqueique, after a long and ex. haustive preliminary examination, de1: If. Mil LI Hi HUB! flNCR MORE In harmony " with tho world, 2000 Tourist Kates to the Orand Canon. From Las Vegas to Grand Canon of tha Colorado river and return. t-r3 60. Thirty days' transit limit in each direction. FiiiKl return limit, nluetv davs fro n date 01 sale, roe stage will leave Flagstaff, on Monduvs, Wednesdavs and Fridays, con nectiag with our through Calif ornU trains in eaon direction. Returning, it will leava thsftranr Hanon Tuesdays, Thursday, and Saturdays. The ERIE MEDICAL CO RUFFSLR N Y ride to tb. canon Is over a good rial and C . IMCUIUHfc OU.,DUrrNI.U,n. I , occupies about eleven hours. Btitions have been sstab'ished along the rout) and at tbe canon for tbe accommodati a of tourists, , C. F. Jones, Ag int. completely cured ruon are tnegrcatesr, grand est and most suc cessful enro for se ual weakness aad lost vigor known to medical science. An account of th 'm won derful dixoetry, in book form, with ref erences and proof?, will hAtaAnf. iii riii1- fering men (healed) free. Full manly vipor permanently restored. Failura impossible. Jusn Chuv. s y Trojillo and Misj JoseBta Gutierrez were married at tha homo cf tbe bride's parents, at Le mi- tar, Socorro county, last Monday. She iff Bursum, of Sooorro, will soon make a twePbr three weeks' trip to the Mogollons to look after his mining interests io that country. Assignee's Notice. Tehritobt o Siw mkxico, ) Coukttof San Miooel. In the District court ot the fourth Judicial uisinct : In the matter of the voluntary assignment of the Calkins Cattle cjmpany . Notice ti hereby given that the under signed, Georve L. Brooks, assignee of the Calkins Cattle company, will pa upon the demands allowed aralnst the said trnit estats, t" the claimants, according to their right adtvldend of twenty-five (Ji) per cen tum thereof, out of moneys In his hands as such assignee, aonl eitile to such payments. Utii dividend being payable on demand, Georob I,. Brooks. 183 St Assignee of the Calkins Cattle Co. be bad by depositing ticket i with joint agent. Denver, by June 20. b. Low round trip rates from Denver to Colorado points at to is time. Coinmencinr June 1st. we will sell round crip tickets to Pueblo, at $15 70; 10 uoioraao springs, l.ou; to Denver, $23.15. Tickets limited to one day io ench direction, w;tu nnal limit tor return, No vein ber 15th, 18H6. Annual convention, international Assn of Fire Engineers Salt Lake Citv. Utah Aug. 10 to 14th, 'US. One lowest flrst-claxs standard (are for the rtund trip, plus 42, ell tickets to be good for continuous Das- sage in each direction. Leaving Salt Lake on august 10 ana ii only. Fourth of July ratfs: We will sell round trip t'ekets to all points within 200 miles at one and one fifth fare for round trip. Tickets on tale July 8d and 1th, good t.i return until and Including July 6th. 1806. National People's Party (Populist) coo vention and American silver convention, at St. Louis, Mo., July 22d, '118. From Las Vegas to Bt. Louis and return, 13.70. Tick ets on sale July lihh, 20th and 21st, 'Uti; uuiitBu iu cominuo'is passage in eacn airec tion ; nnai limit, duly 2 its, 'KB. .National tiucamptnent Q. A. R. at at faul, Minn., September Ut to 4th 1896, From Las Vegas to St Paul, Minn, and re turn, $37.20. Tickets on sale August 30th andSUtl8U6,BnallimitSeptemberl.tb.lS90. All tickets deposited with joint egeut on or before September 15:b will be extended to September 80th 1696. Democratic convention at Chfcseo. Julv 7th, 1896. From Las Vegas to Cbioigo and return, 1)7.70 for round trip, tickets to be sold Jmv 3rd. 4tb and nth. 1898. with fluul limit July 14th, 1890, limited to coutinuous passage in each direction. Republican convention at St. Louis. Mo.. June 10th, 1S96: From Lbs Vegas to St. Louis, Mo., and return, $32.70. Excursion tickets on sale, June Kith, 13th aud 14th, with flosl limit ot June 2:iJ, lSlitt. Tickets will be limited to continuous passage, in each direction, going uassaee to c. mmence aare 01 sale, and return passage to com mence uate 01 execution. National convention. Youn? Pennte's oocieties ot Christian endeavor, at Wash ington, u. U , jmy 713, 181W: Los Vegas to wasmnztoo ana return, snz.tu: on su e July 8d, 4th and Mb. 1890. Limited to cou tinnoo8 passage, in ea.-h direction, with anal limit of July 18th. 1890. An exten sion of return limit, to Jul; 81-t, 1896, will oe granted on ucaets inir are deposited with joint agent at Washington, on or be fore 6:00 o'clock p. m., July 14'h, 1S0O. t, tr. JONKS, Ageutv addressing the AMERICAN MINING EXOQANQB, Moston, Atasff. SantaFe Route CONDENSED TIME TABLE Wksiwakd No.l. Kastwabd NO.i, 10 2tpmi Chicago i 2.iDui;k.tnsa8 cltj 4 27pm s l&pai 10 ri piu fl tupin U lupui u ,ii;pui 12 r.Opra 1 25pm 10 lupin 12 07am '4 PGauil I'oneka Newton Hutchinson Denver COlD.Hpi'gg rucoio Trinidad LAS VROAS anta Kb LosCerilllos Albuquerq'e1 to 4.1a 111 1 II 40.nu Demlng 1 laso losoprn 7 30 xm 6 ooain 12 8 am 11 lApra 6 80pm SOOpm 1 lOpm S 459 m s 16am 1010pm 10 50pm H u5pm 11 00am I 10 ooa ml 9 luarui 1 5Apm (iulliin Wlnslow 2r)5pui 9 Urn 7 27-m 1 Ulnwi l04amanFrancl3 B30pm 4'.(iimi FlaorstatT fi (i.lnm'T.oa Anictiies HOT SPRINGS BRANCH, Leave Dilty. 703 I 70J I 7C1 5:f.0pS:C0p!9:na 5:05p:J 0ap;9 :8,1a 5:lHpi-p.-p-MSB Sia'ipjSiiMplSrrtfnl hopiio: a. Arrive Dally. OAHD no. S. Arrive Dally. Las Vegas llrldcre St. Uppt-r L. V. Placltn Hot Springs 701 J:15p 2:1 Op l:R7p I :M)p 1 45p 704 4 :S0p 4:2'pi 4 12p i :usp 4:00p 7C0 7:0Od :56o i5:4ip (i:s&p u:30p Leave (Dally. Edw.WALTMAN'S LAUE!OfO Douglas Ave., first door west of Furlong ga'.icry. amily Washing a- Specialty. Good H oik Done on Short Notice. GIVE US A TRIAL. Nos, 1 and 2, Pacific and Atlantic express, have Pullman 1 alace drawing-room cars, tourist sleeping cars and coaches between Chicago and Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco, and Pullman nnlnna cars and cosches between Cnlrago and the City ot Mexico, K. Copra.. D, uen. Agent, Rl Paso, Tex. W. H Brownb, T. T.lc r. A., El Paso, Tex. VaiH.tr Jones, Agent, Las Vegas, N. sr. Miss Matue Rottgers, well known in Rinoon, was married recently in Texas, to Biker Bailey, 7 DAniMn DAYS n"iu June 6th to I31li, Inclusive. . OVERLAND PARK Club Association, of Denver, TROTTING, PACING, RUNNING and BICYCLE RACKS KACH DAY. For information address, CHAS. Q. GOODMAN, Secretary, Boston Building, DBNVKR, COLO. IM dAwlm Notice of Publication. In tbe matter of the assignment of the Calkins cattle company, ueorge L. H rooks, asslanee. . In the District rourt of the fourth judicial Uiscrirt 01 me lerntory or new aiexico, fitting within and for the county of San Miguel. In Dursnnnce of an order of thesild dls. trlct court made and entered of record on the Sd day of June, is. notice If bere'iy given iht Ueorve L. Iirooks, asslr. ee of the Clklns cattle company, 'n, ti wit, U'T 13 ll. ISM. exhlhlte.l and filed In said court, a statement, under oath, of the accounts of sold trust with proper vouchers, and that fi4 statement end accounts will he allowed by the said court, or tbe judge thereof. In vacation of said court. unthelith day of June. hM, unleia gojd cause to the contrary shall be shown. . 1 Kr.ix matcinkz, (iierr. Dated this 24 day or Juan, lata LI ADiici Facile Western Division. ! ConaensEd Time Tails Ho. 38. jg Are built in -s the Largest and Best Equipped Factory In the World. Experienced se'ect ,ne VVaverley because tbey hiva lenrned to know the differ P-. j e-co between a wheel that I) actually high-grade r.d one that 1 $WV&?& A 7 f imply claimed to be. Home others may bo eood hut tho Waverley is tbe highest of all high-grade. Scorcher 13 heiihts kSS mi. Helln su ana io men, tio.wj ana f.N).uu. MA PR BT INDIANA BICYCLE CO., INDIANAPOLIS, INU. J. F. Wright, Agt. J. II. TEITLEBAUM. P. 8A.VILLE, Mob The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co. TEITLEBAUM & SAVILLE, 109 Sixth Street, Opposite San Miguel National H mlc. UKTTtNG IT DOWN FINR. Milwaukee Keg Beer,. Sc par glnsi. liOn per gallon. Bottled Beer, 10c, 15c, aie, & sa Per bottle. Sole Agent for "Carlisle" Whisk)-, $3.50 per gallon. Wbiskies. Sour Mash Bourbon ........ PEK OAT.. $'J.0i) ' " " 2.25 " " 2.511 Sa m pies ONLT 5c, $ - Pts.lSo, V ts.25o Q s.50b FlNRR WlirSKIBS. I'KH OAL. VVhlle House Club -fa.00 IT. 8. Club 8 25 "Carlisle", Pole Agent .. 3.50 Bampies 10c, Half Pt. 25c, Pis. 50o, Qta. 1. Finest Whiskies, peb oal. John Hannlng .. $1.0') Belle of Anderson 4. as riilolrAnlinlnmi. f. All Mcllraj er. Oscar Pepper and Yo'iiowstone n3 Straight SAMPLES, ONLY lOo. : $2.13 per box. nan- pints c, nnrs tioc, yuarts, California and Native Wines from 25a per Hottl-, and $1 par Oallon, up. 49Kear entrance from Lincoln Ave., between Optle Office and llosanthal l!ros.- r. S. "Press the liutton. We'll do the rest." Cigtrs From SI por box u Chewing and Smoking T.'bitecoa From 25o per lb. a Sjlo Agont for JtAILSPLITTEB'' Clgir. FEAK HOMiS OEELOPEO Prematura ness stopped. All emissions and exhausting drains quickly controlled. Lost powers restored. This is the Now 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 cured in half the time required by ordinary methods and at small cost. LUOAN MEDICAL INSTITUT RECEPTION ROOM, 305 TIMES BLOCK, DENVER, COLORADO. J. W. Belnhart, John J. McCook, receivers. In effect Sunday, August 6tb, 1895. f v. PublisliM inure rciiaoie news of every class than.! any other Denver . y -iDaily IJri, I kVI" . mm!-. tt'ntw5peALtns OK Ii 10 4C a' 10 W p 1 35 I; 7 00 p 7 25 p n (ID a 8 05 a 8 25 a 0 10 0 12 HOI 1 80 p i mil 8 00 p 7 40 p l cn c 4 40 a 6 26 a II 46 B J 20 p 6 OOp (Bit 10 45 a: ChicaRO 10 80 p Kansas City 7 00 a Denver 5 15 p LAS VEGAS 8 45a Alburiuerque 8 15 p Cuoildge . 8 5 p Win tale 8 05 p ftallup 3 20 p nolnroo 10 40 a Wlnslow 8 S5 a Flarstnlt 7 87 a Williams 6 05 a Ash Cork 4 50 a Kingman 11 82 p The Needles 8 M n BlaKe 7 25 p DagKett 8 W p Barstow 2 10 p ftiojave 10 00 a f Los An ireles J ro a SaiiFranolBco 8 SO p WMBTW4BP. I BTATlUMe. f" KABTWABD 6 00 pi h io a 4 00 p 6 40 a 18 10 p 4 4U p 4 68 PI S 2Ti p 8 10 r 9 (KJ p it an p 12 t5 H 1 en a fi 48 U 7 60 a I) so e 1 40 r 8 10 p 8 an a 6 00 p 8 80 p 2 65 p 8 00a 4 S5a 4 080 3 40 a 12 20a 11 05 p 8 46 p 6 A3 p 8 40n 12 11(1 p io 00 a 8 0a 8 45 a a 20o 8 00 p 8 30 p Summer or Winter. The Santa Fe route Is the most comforta ble railway between CalirornU and the east. The menlr at Harvey's Diiiinir Rooms in an excellent reature ot the line. The Grand Canon of the Oolorndn -. h reached In no other way. JNO. J. BTBNK, Gen. r6XmsTKOi',''Cal' AnXt Gen. rase, Ageot, Sao Francisco, r f iJ (Patented) t is constrcctrd with roll an! Irem that lifta Ml per cert, .mere weigh! with same rower than wrist pin and pitman, a used i n .all otter mills. Tons, where ten foot wheel r,f en ordina ry mill is required, we put in r j in 8 toot wl cel ot the Derorah r il4nrl rrtmt'unr.a ...nit. r .... n . .i.a,,,., pleto plar.ts with tower, tnnk pump, rtdd water curvino. erected pa ensy Installment Payments-, If davired. Estimates, Specifications Furnished Without Charge. Water Pipes and Well Casinsr. Decorali IMiill Co., CHf j J. K. UASTIH. i. M. D. HOWARD Martin & Howard, Contractors & Bnilfien. Plant and spscificaliona fiirmancr free to patrons. Shor nisi rinor TToiiKhton's Harrlwarn Strn. J. O. gioiiiott, COHTRACTOB k BUILDEP. Job VVork and Hepairing, House Mo ing and Uaising a Specialty, BBOr QQP., NINTH AKD IKTSROCIAK Geo. H. Hutchison & Co. -HAVE Real Estate Mines, and Mining Property For Sale or Lease, -