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THE DAILY OPTIC.
K. A. KI3TLUR. Editor and proprietor. Knturoil at tlie Knst Las Voims, N. M., postotllco lor transmission tlirougU tua malls at second-class matter. OFFICIAL PAl'KU or TUB OITT. fepeclttl Notice. Lai Vioaii Daily Optic Delivered by mall, post-paid, 1 10.00 per anuuiu; $5.00 for lx ramitlis; fl.W for tliroo mouths, It; car rier, a6 rents per vveok. Ims Vko.vs Wkkklt optio-SJ columns, do- 1. . .... II nna nadl U lUt T11 ! an. num. $1.60 for six months, $1.00 lor thread month. HIiikIb ooplos In wrappers ,5 cents. Main pie copies ot hntli dally and-weekly, mulled froo wlion (Wslred. Give postolllce address In full, Incltidi.ig state. noHHKHpnNDKNOU UontalnlnK rnews. solici ted from all parts of tho cu'intry. Com munications addressed to tmj editor 01 Tim Optio, to Insure attention, should bo accompanied by the writer's full name and address, not for publication, but as a Kuurnntv of itood faith. 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Las Vegas to Fort Da scorn, Including Obaperlto, Galllnas Springs, El Cuervo, Bell ltancli, Liberty and JKndee, trl-weekly. on Monday. Wednesday and Friday, of hacn weex, anu arrive 011 Hiraruiiva uoj. Las Vegas to Mora, Including Los Alamos, Bapollo, Ban Tgnaclo and liociada, tri wAutriff nn TiiAsHav. ThursdAV and Batur day, of each week, and arrive on alternate days. , . w Las Vega to Lesperance on Baturuay. Conveyance on Fort Sumner line. Is by two-horse buckboard, on Fort Bascom and Mora lines by single-horse buckboard. To Lesperance by private conveyance usually spring wagon. , For President, william Mckinley. 0 Ohio. For Vice-President, GARRETT A. IIOBART, Of New Jersey. . McKIMiEY ON PROTECTION. Let .England take care of herself, let France look after her Interests, let Ger many take care of her own people, but in God's name let Americans look after America. Every day's labor upon the foreign products sent to the United States takes oue day's labor from American workinRmeD. I would give tbe day's labor to our own, first, last, and all the time, and that policy which fails in this is opposed to American interests. To secure this is tbe great purpose of a Protective Tariff. Hon. William Me- Kinley, MONDAY H.VENING. JUNE 29, 189tt. Governor can tell P Pedro Perea. Who Between fishing and doing nothing, Grover Cleveland, in all earnestness, earns his salary. . "McKinlet and Hobart; protection and prosperity". This is the battle cry and it will win in November. ;. Do not be so sure of San Miguel county, boys. This county might prove a very "unsartain" quantity The democratic federal office hold ers of .New Mexico are all strongly in avor of tho strict enforcement of civil service rules now. Times change and men ohange with them. Senator Hill, Ex-Secretary Whit ney and Ex-Governor Russell, are just now outside the democratic breast works and if a free silver man should be nominated at Chicago, they will re main there. William McKinlev is a man of the people, in sympathy with the masses. He is a representative American citi zen of the highest type, purest im pulses and broadest intelligence. He will make ao able and successful pres ident. ' Congressman Uowers, of Califor nia, spoke the truth, the whole truth and nothing but tbe truth, when be said in a recent interview that there is 110 use talking about silver when a greater issue . is before tbe people. The one groat issue is the American policy of protection. McKinley, by good fortune, is connected with the protective policy more closely than any man. The American people have never bad a good chance to test the difference between protection and something else until the Wilson bill went into effect. The change lias t:: :o r.pp.-.!!;rg !a all kinds of busi ness that democrats as well as repubii cans are going to have protection. There-is no use tslking, the people are going to get back into the middle of tbe road, and you can split on financial policies and everything else, but Mc Kiuley going in, because he repre sents what tbe people want proteo tion to American labor and American I jnapufaoturers. , k , fit-- w THK WOOIj INl)U9TltY. Tho douiooratlo position in regard to a tariff on wool han not been dem onstrated to be correct and yet there remains liitlo Deed in this country for auob a tariff. Tbo market for woot id tbe (Jolted State) bes been destroyed by tbe policy which has closed Ameri can (aotorles and started the looms of Mexico and Japan. e It is a fact that tbe movement of wool from New Mexico into Uld Mex ico has begun. It Is a new thing. A few years ago It would have hardly been thought of. Hut woolen manu facturing has so increased in Mexico, that it has been necessary to look be yond the borders of the republic for some of the raw material used. Thus manufacturers have been led , to pur chase part of New Mexico's clip and it may be counted upon that In course of time they will extend their pur chases to the f rms of Ohio and other states, where fine grades of wool are grown; '.",':'. It is a singular way of escape for Colorado and New Mexico wool-growers from tbe disaster wbich threatened them a few years ago, and yet it seems to be a fact that in Mexico ; tbey will find a market wbich in this coun try they have lost. Under the circum stances, Colorado and New Mexico will be more advantageously situated than they were when their only market was in the eastern part of the union. Nevertheless, tbe wool industry will not become profitable. Like nearly everything elso in the .United States, it has been rendered unremunerativo by a policy which depresses prices to the level, if not below, the cost of produc tion. Natural conditions are as favor able to wool production in New Mex ico as they ever were. The range, though not so extensive as formerly, is good. The climate is mild and tbe facilities for reaching a market are far better than tbey were ten and twenty years ago. But still wool growing holds out no hope of profit to those who engage in it, and tbey must turn tbeir eyes towards Mexico for re- l.ef. It illustrates the transfer of indus tries from tbe older nations to those that are rising in the scale of civili- zati Delegate Catron should re-latro duce his bill legalizing tbe act of tbe last legislative assembly, providing for tbe issue of bonds in aid of Terri torial Institutions and should push ; it to passage early during tbe short ses sion. Tbe people demand this. Tliic democratic bosses in tho Terri tory fivor Adlai Stevenson, of Illinois, or Claude Matthews, of Indiana, for the democratic nomination for the presidency. Both are goldbujgs, on the quiet, and wh'at will tbe harvest be, should tbey bo nominated? The London papers fear that tbe American eagle will scream under tbe McKInley administration. Quite so. JNot only win he scream, but be will not starve, and sleek. He will become fat Rewards Offered Whereas, information bas just reached me that upon tbe 11th day of June, A. D. 1806. Levi Heirzsteln and Merellldo Qalle goi were murdered 10 the county of Guad alupe, and Territory of New Mexico by parties ungnown, ana wno are now lugi tives from justice: Now, therefore, for the purpose of se curing tbe arrest and conviction of said fugitives, I, W. T. Thornton, governor of the Territory of New Mexico, bv virtue of the authority in me vested, do hereby offer a reward 01 nve hundred ($500) dollars eaob tor the arrest and delivery to tbe sheriff of Ouadalups county, of the mur derers who committed the crime, tbe total reward not to exceed the sum of one thous nd dollars and to be payable out of any money in the Territorial treasury appropri ated for rewards for the 47th fiscal year, upon conviction or sam criminals. Done at the executive office, this, tbe 10th day of June, A. D. 1896. Witneas my band and tbe great seal of the Territory of New Nextco. . seal W . T. Thobnton, Governor of New Mexico. By the Governor: Louion Miller. Secretary of the Territory of N. M. The emotion oT tirfor la Animals. 1 Dutch was a brown retriever of ad vanced years. Curly was reputed to be a Scotch terrier, but his appearance sug gested some uncertainty iu his descent, Dutch was chained to her kennel, and Curly, who enjoyed his liberty, evinced his friendship by frequently taking bones and other canine delicacies to his less fortunate friend. One morning Curly presented himself at the house, evinoing unmistakable signs of grief by his demeanor and his whines. A visit to tha kemiel, where poor Dutch was found lying dead, showed the occasion of Cnrly's unhappiness. We buried Dutch' decorously under a vine in the garden and supposed that Curly would forget the incident, but wo were touch ed to see him in the capacity of faithful mourner often revisit the spot whore bis old friend was laid, taking with him, by way of offering, choice bones, which ho carefully buried by the irrave. This practice Curly continued for two years, when we left the house Cor London Spectator. Health and strength carry us through dangers and make us safe in the presence of peril. A per fectly strong man with rich, pure blood, has nothing to fear from germs. He may breathe in the bacilli of consumption with im punity. If there is a weak spot where the germs may find an en trance to the tissues, then the trouble begins. Disease germs propagate with lightning -like ra pidity. Once in the blood, the only wav to tret rid of them is to kill them. This is what Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov ery is for. It purifies the blood. That means that it kills the (Terms, but that is onlv part of what it does. It assists, digestion by stim ulating the secretion of digestive fluids, so promoting assimilation and nutrition; puri nes and enriches the bloou ana so supplies the tissues with the food they need. It builds up strong, healthy flesh mid puts the whole body into a disease - resisting state. Send ai onf-cent utamos to cover cost of mail ing only, and get his great book. The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, absalvlelvfKKV.. AUdresn, Worm's iimuensnry mkiichi associc tluo. Na, fc$j fialUJStrwuJgloJNtV: WSf5 Is never done, and it Is especially wearing and wearisome to those whose blood is impure and unfit properly to tone, sus tain, and renew the wasting of nerve, muscle and tissue. It is mora because of this condition of tha blood that women are run down, t. : , Tired, Weak, Nervous, Than bocause of the work itself. Every physician says so, and that the only rem edy is in- building up by taking a good nerve tonlo, blood purifier and vltalizer 1 Ike Hood's Ssrsaparllla. For the trouble! Peculiar to Women at change of season, climate or life, or resulting from hard work, nervousness, and impure blood, thousands have found relief and cure la n f Sarsaparilla - The One True Blcod Purifier. (1 per bottle. Prepared only by C. I. Ilood ft Co., Lowell, Mass. rtsif are the only pills to take riCOCl S PUIS witb Hood's Sarsaparlua, OUR ELIZABKTHTOWN LETTER. Judge Booth Whiles Dull Care Away by Penning Home Thoughts for His Favorite Paper. . To the Editor of the Optic. ' ELIZABKTHTOWN, N. M., J 110 6 25.1), 189U. I have been waitiuK for some thing, to turn up, so I could write yon. Tbe new moon has come, - tbe first quarter passed and to-day a full moon and no change, so I thought it best to write you something. Tbe district is all here, nothing having leftexoept the ore that has been shipped out. Old Baldy looms up just tbe same. It is tbe first thing I see in the morning when I get up out of bed. At this present time, the sun rises over the highest point and 1 am up to see it rise and koow it is a fact from my own observations. I speak positively, as I know some will doubt the statement. I will say, rit,ht here, if some of my old friends in Las Vegas would get up and see tbe sun rise, they would enjoy ir, and it woold be a novelty to tbem I will only speak of this morning In re gard to tbe snn rising. I ate my breakfast at 6 o'clock and had every thing in ship shape to see old Sol make his appearance over Old Baldy. I en iyed it, and I assure you It was more pleasant tban otber mornings when the sua wakened me op by shining my face. Enough ef sun rise. .There is here, as in all well-regu la led communities, some persons oall ing themselves prophets. Tbey have named tbe exact time when the rain would fall. They have something un. known to me by which they make their calculations on.Uut, like tbe Ad ventists, they miss some point, and they fail to prove true prophets have not put myself on record. It is too far inland, and like miners, have come to the conclusion that gold is where you hnd it, and it rains when do rain. To-day the moon is full, and tbe clouds are below the mountain1! cap, and 1 presume it will soon rain I will say a few words about the camp and miumg propositions: There is tbe same feeling among the pros. pectors. Tbey are positive that tbe gold is here, and all are anxious to sell interests, so they can develop their properties. , . I be postmaster informed me that he is receiving more mail than ever and it is increasing every day, which proves that tbe population is increasing Elizabethtown is very quiet at this time. There is. no water to work tbe placer mines, and many of tbe placer miners are out prospecting for lodes There have been large tires west of here and the report is that more of the flumes of the big ditoh tiave been burned. There are no fires at this lima. The oldest residents say tbey have never seen the streams so , low Tbey hunt hSh bow with clubs, having dispensed with me nook and line al together. Last Saturday or Sunday, I have forgotten which, (sometimes my memory fails me ) a party from this house went out and returned with mare fish tban we could eat, at one time. We did not count tbem, but in bulk they more than filled a milk pan They were not hunted, but were taken with hook and line ; 'hoppers tbe bait There, have been a number of . fishing parties passing through' here, and the last was Jud Lyons and a party of ten others. He called on me and in formed me, with a knowing wink, that be was going above where the pld and large fishes were he indicating on his left arm up to near the elbow. It was the wink that settled it with me. A bouse on wheels has just passed tne aoor, a man and wife, with five daughters, constituting the inhab itants. .They are from Okluhoma and have been since April 1st getting here ine people nere are getting up a celebration for the 4th. There will be tbe usual games, horse raping, etc.. winding up wilb a dance in the large pavilion. I understand the. saloons will all be open, so that the: thirsty can quench their thirst and the pro prietors, profit thereby. I will, be where I can observe all tbe games and will report tbe different winners, time made, etc.'" S. E. B. It behooves every citizen in city, town, and country to keep posted on the stirring events that will occur in this country and in the old world within the next nine months. Tbe re sults will affect all, personally, directly or indirectly. This nation is on tbe eve of the most exciting presidential campaign iu its history, European politics are in a very complicated state, and scientists are applying their discoveries to many lines that will pro duce startling new things. To keep abreast with the world one should read, in addition to the local or county paper, a live metropolitan newspaper, such as The Twioe-a-Week Republic, of St. Louis. It is tbe most progressive journal in the United States, and in each issue it Elves the latest political news of all Darties In the field, the latnst general news of tbe world and many valuable special feat ures besides. This model newspaper is delivered twice-a-week by mall for only $1 a year, or less than one cent a oopy. Tbe prioe of tbe Daily and Sun day Republic has recently been reduced 10 only 16 ft year by mail, The Maxwell Situated in New Mexico and Colorado, On the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fc, and Union Pacific, Denver ,& Gulf Railwnys. lllli.llllii acres Farming Lands Under Irrigation Systems: In tracts of 20 a' r sand upwards, with perpetual water right cheap, and on easy terms of interest. Alfalfa, Grain and Fruits grow to perfection. Choice Prairie or Mountain Grazing Lands, Well watered and with good shelter, ioterspersod with floe ranches sultabl for raising grains and fruits, In sisa of tracts to suit purchaser. Large Pastures For Lease, For Ionic terms of years, fenced railroads. GO rO Cn this Grant, nf ar Its western bouadary, are situated tbe famous Gold Mining Districts of ELIZABKTHTOWN and BALDY, where mines have been successfully operated for 25 yearn, and new, rich discoveries were made In 1895, in the vicinity of the new camps or HB-MA inn; and JHAKKY BLUiTr, as rich as any camp In Uolo rade, but with lutj of as vet unlocated ground open to prospectors on terms similar to and as favorable as, tbe United States (iovernment Laws and Regulations. Stage leaves every morning, these camps. . - I Itle Perfect, founded on United States Patent and confirmed by decisions of the U. b. Supreme vourt. For further particulars and pamphlets, apply to THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT COMPANY. Raton, New Mexico. MOUNTAIN RESOKTS. beautiful Daces of Retreat for ' the Health and Pleasure " ; Seeker. Harvey's Mountain Home. This resort is famous for its comfort, cleanliness, superior table, abundance of rich milk and cream, as well as for its un rivaled scenerj and numerous near-by poiuts of Interest. The best trout flibiug is accessible by Bbort excursions to either branch , of the (iallinas. Hermit Peak and grand caflon are of easy access. Bur ro's are furnished to guests for -daily riding. The Pecos National Park is within six miles, and is reached by easy trail; expeditions can be outfltted and guide se cured at the ranch. For transportation and terms, Inquire of Judge Wooster, East Las Vegis, or ad dress. H. A. Harvey. San Ignaclo Resort. ' Tbe Hermitage is a new hotel situated at tbe foot of Hermit's Peak, on tbe Sapello river, up among tbe pines. It- has many advantages not usually found at summer resorts, a good hotel with modern improve ments and well furnished rooms, a post office is located at this point, and free tele phone connection is had with Las Vegas, Tbe table is bountifully supplied at all times with all that tbe season affords Quests wishiog to come, can telephone and a conveyance will ue sent (or tnem. nates, $8 00 per week. J. V . Lvjan Proprietor, Summer Mountain Resort. The El Porvenlr mountain resort will now receive guests for the Bummer, Tbe most picturesque scenery in America fine fishing and hunting. Best of hotel ao commodations in New Mexico. For terms for board and lodging, apply to. the Bo mero Mercantile Co., Las Vegas. Carriage leaves their store, southwest corner of the filaza, every Hntarday and Tuesday morn ng at 8 o'clock: tare for the round trio, $1 For further information, call at the above estaoiiinoient. - uutL . The Park House. Las Vegas Hot Springs, N. M. We still have a few choice rooms lett for those who come early. Tbe most popular house at the springs. Mr. Bob Bricton, late from tbe east, has charge of the kitchen; every thing is prepared in best of style. Rates, 85 oents per meal, Koom and board $7 per week. Table supplied with tbe best the market affords. Rooms by the day, 50 to io cents. Mrs. Kate Dennis, H8-tf Manager. To Health-Seekers. ' The Blake Ranch, on tbe bead of the Rio oapeuo, is now prepared to receive a limit ed number of boarders. This ranch Is looated in the heart of tbe mountains, amid me moBt Deautirui scenery lu tne world, where brook trout and wild game offer ample diversion for the nimrod or anyone seesing out-aoor sport, it is located only twenty-five miles from Las Vegas, and within eight miles of tbe Rio Pecos, and only three miles from tbe headwaters of tbe Rio Gallinas. Address, Address Mrs. J. P. Biake, Roolada, or in ulre for conveyances and rates of W. U. Iritea, East Las Vegas, N. M. :j. P.Blake, 77-tf Roolada, K. M. Ague Clara Resort.' The Agua Clara resort is situated about eighteen miles from Las Vegas, at tbe foot of Mineral hill at the junction of two pic tnresque canons, tbe Blue and Tecolote. A beautiful small lake is formed onnosite the hotel, about which is a forest of pine, balsam and spruce trees, which make the place very desirable for those suffering from lung and throat difficulties.' A free. carriage leaves the New Optic hotel at 3 p. m. every Monday, transportation both ways furnished without cobt to visitors. Tbe hotel is built and furnished for con venience and comfort, and the table Is bountifully supplied and tbe rooking Is flist-class. Tbe water is tbe best to be had in New Mexico, and comes Dure aDd sparkling from springs iu tbe mountain side. Kates K) per week. Further infor mation given at this office and at the New Optio hotel. W. E. Estks, Prop. Rates to City of Mexico. Las Vegas, N. M.. March 0th. 1896. Round trip rates to Citv of Mexico, from Lai Vegas, $66.70.- Uoing limit, sixty days, with final return limit, of six months from date of sale. RATES TO PHOENIX. Tourist rates to Phoenix. Arix.. 'and re turn from Las Vegas, $48.60. Limits, fifteen days, tn each direction, with final limit of six months. tf - C. F. Jones. Agent. WANTED: , Bright Boy or Girl, In this and every town in the vicinity where there is not already an aeent. to sell the New York Ledger, America's Great est Story Paper, by the week, and act as agent, making 2 cents on every copy sold. nocoarge Deing made tor unsold copies. No Possible Risk. For full particulars, call ai toe omce 01 tuia paper CURED AS IF BY MAGIC. Victims of Lost Manhood should send at once for a hook thateiplalnshow full manly visor ia easily, quickly and permanently restored. No man Buffering from weakness can af fcrd to Ignore this timely advice. Look tolln how fnll al.i.r..t1. velopment and tone are Imparted to every DOrtlOn Of the hOilV. fsnnt vaiih luutHv. WEAK MEN proofs (sealed) ree toanymanonappneation, f,!E f4EDCfU CQr EUFf ALQ,N,Y, Land Grant of Lai For- Sale 10 annual payments, with 7 per cent. or uufenced; shipping facilities over two KDENEIS. except Sundays, from , Springer for -THE- KEELEY INSTITUTE 18th and Curtis Sts. DENVER COLORADO. For the cure of J LIQUOR, OPIUM, NER ' VOUS DISEASES, and TOBACCO HABIT. Best and most thoroughly equipped Eeeley Institute tn tbe United States. Homelike and comfortable In all its ap polntments. An absolute and permanen cure. Ladles treated privately. Corre tpondence confidential. MIKE W. BURKE. Local Representative. Now located on Sixth. street, two doors north of tbe Tostofllce, TiiiDiaiuPliig A Specialty. The Finest JLJne of Stoves and Steel Ranges In tbe City, Heating apparatus, heavy sheet Iron work, etc., contracted for at tbe bottom price. Let us figure on your work. Edw. WALTMAN'S LAUftS Douglas Ave., first door west of Furlong gallery. Family Washing a Specialty. Good Work Done on Short Notice. GIVE US A TRIAL. Robt.1. M.Ross Real Estate AND INSURANCE AGENT. Prices to Salt tie Times, . Lotg from $100 tap. SOLE AGENT of the Hill-site Town Co. addition, and the Eldo rado Town Co. lower addition. Residences, Business Properties, Loans, Mortgages and Securities. Desirable Acre Properties; Faimt under irrigation intones, uince on ZD FLOOR TAME OPERA HOUSE. E. LAS VEGAS. Your address, with tlx cents Id i lamp., mailed to our Head- auarttrs, n Kliot St., Boitou, mi., ill bring you a full line of samples, and rulei for elf measurement, of our justly fa mous S3 pants ; Suits, f 13.25 ; Overcoats, $10.25, and up. Cut to order. Agents wanted every where. New Plymouth Rock Cc Homestead Entry No. 268. Lard Offioi at C&atton N. sr., ) April 16th. 1896. ( Notice Is hereby viven that the following named settler has flled notice of his Inten tion to make flnal proof in support of li Is clHlra, and that said proof will be made be fore K. 11- ttklpwlth. United States Land Commissioner, Fourth Judicial District, at Ft. Sumner, . M., August 5th. 11.90, vli: Ira P. Gillespie, of rort Sumner, for the west half gouthweit quarter, southeast quarter southwest quarter and southwest quarter southeast quarter, section 85, township t north ranite iti east. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, vie : John N. Johnston. Nat Pe rce, Francl-ro Labato, Polonlo Lopez, all of Fort Sumner, N. M. Any person.who desires to protestagiainst the allowance of such proof or who knows of any substantial reason, under the law and ine regulations or tne interior deportment, wby such proof should not be allowed, will re vlven an onDorrunltv. at th,uhnv.,non. tloned time and place, tocross-exaralne the witnesses of said claimant, and to offer evidence tn rebuttal of that submlttnri i,v claimant, . Jo,, O. ' 3Z fjljjj CHURCH MKECT0KY. pUEBBYTEUIAN CHUUCH.J nEV. NOUMAn"bKINNEU, I'Mtor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p.m. Sunday school at 9:45 a. iu. Boolety of Christian Kndeavur at 6:45 p. m. All peoplo are cordially welcomed. Btraufrers and sojourners are Invited to worship with ua. JJAPTIBT CHUECH. A. A. LAYTON, Pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching services nt III, m. aud 7:110 p. m. b. Y. P. U. at 7:15 p. m. All are coidiallr Invited to attend Its ervioes. IB8T METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH HA KM AN J. HOOVER, Pastor. Sunday 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. Tbe pastor end members extend, to all, the welcome of this cburcb, and will be pleased to see vou at Its services. CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CON CEPTION. FATHER T. P. O'KEEFE, Pastor. - Masses will be said at 0:30 and 9:00 a. m, Sunday school at 8 p.m. Vespers and benediction, of tbe Blessed Sacrament, at 7:80 p. m. Daily morning mass at 6:80 a. m. Sermon, at high mass, at 9:00 a. m. CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF ROWS. BOR- VERY REV. JAB. H. DEFOURI, Pastor. Rnv. Maurice Oliir, Assistant, "First mass, for winter season, at 6:30 a. tn. Second maes, for winter season, at 8 a. m. High mass for winter season, at 10:00 a. ra. Bunday school at 8:00 p. m. Vespers and Benediction at 4:00 p. m. The Fathers will preach both In English and Spanish. TyjONTEFlORE CONGREGATION. REV. L. BCHREIBER, Paster in Charge. Services every Friday, 8 p. m.; Sunday morning, 11 a. m.; Bunday sohool, every Saturday morning, 9:80 to 12 o'clock, and Bunday moruings, from 10 to 11 o'clock. U. E. CHURCH. Rev. G. W. TOLSON, Tostor Preacbiug at 11 a. m. Bunday school at 8:00 p.m. Services at 7:30 p. m. Singing and prayer meeting, Wednes day evening. Em E. BURLINCAME'S looav nmnr.. chemical AiJOHI OmUL D LABORATORY TTaraMiohpfl In Polotuflo. 1SC6. SamnleB bv JTifttl o: express wlH receive prompt and curetul at tun tie a. Cnltl Sillier Riillinn Kefid.?Lel."J,AAr Address, 1735 k 1738 Lawrens St, Snver, Ccla. CONDENSED TIME TABLE. WfiSIWAHD No.l. 6TATIC1NS Eastward no. a. 10 2Spm. Chicago Kansas ijlty Topeka Newton Hutchinson Denver 10 30pm 7 HOini 5 00am 12 Sam 'i 2.1pm 4 27 pm 9 lRpm 10 Siiiin 11 lApm S3upm 3 00pm 1 10pm 8 45am uupm 9 id Dm Colo, rtpr'gs 10 KOpni, rneuio Trlnldid LAS VBOAS ttont-a La 12 fiupm 7 25pm a isam 10 10pm 10 10pm, 12 07am LosCenlllos 10 SOpm '1 OBuuilA'buquerq'e uspm 110 4&aui 111 40dm Demlng El Paso 11 00a nil 10 00am 9 10a in I Gallup-. 1 &'pml Wlnslow 4 VODin FlaurstaiT 2 SSpnii 9 B.lam 7 27m 7 OOaml CCBpm'I.09 Angeles 10 4SamSanFrancls BB0pm HOT SPRINGS BRANCH. Leave Dally. Arrive Dally. 1703 6:00u 7W 701 card no. 9 701 704 700 S:00p :05p :18p 9:80a las Vegas Tlrldse St. 2:lSp 2. -top l:B7p l:A0pi l'lup 4:80p 4:25pi 7:000 5:06p 5:lSp f.:2')P 9 :sl)a 6:6&p 0:420 Tipper L.V. Placttu flip 4:05p 4:00p !8:2Sp 9:s.ia Itsi.T&p jo:30p s:sup :KOp10: a Hot Springs Arrive Dally. Leave (Dally. Una 1 an4 O Dnnlfl....! , M..,ti avw.j. a have Pullman palace drawing-room cars, tourist sleeping cars and coaches between Chicago and Los Angeles, Ran Diego and saa Francisco, and Pullman Dalace cars and coaches between Cnlcago and the City of Mexico, K. Copklind, uen. Agent, fti raso,rex. W. it Bbowsk, T.T.St V. A., El faso.Tex. CuAft.fr Jones, Agent, Las Vegas, N.M. Western Division. ed Time TaWe No. 38. W. Relnnart, John J. McGook, . - - receivers. . -: In effect Sunday,- Angust 6th, 1895. Wbstwahij. BTATIONh. I JCastwabd" SaBlaFelonle ilt nnhn Pt Dnnifip nUQIWU (X 1 (Mllljir - r!h naern 10 SO p 8 80 a 8 00 p Kansas City Denver LAS VEBAB Alluqurque Coolidgu , Wlnsrate Uallup Holbroo : Wlnslow ' Flaps taft . Williams Ash Fork Kingman The Needles lllOKO DagEett Karstow iMoJave TLos An (teles San Francisco T una 8 W P 2 45 a 8 15 p 8 85 p 8 05 p 2 20p 8 80 p 2 86 p uu a 4 Sfla 4 08a a 40a 12 20 a u 06 p 8 46 p 6 65 p 6 40 p 12 80 p io oo a 8 soa 8 46 B 8 soa 10 40 a 9 85 a 7 27 a 6 05a 4 50a 11 2p s 59 P 7 25 p a ssp 2 10 o 10 00 a 7 r-o a 8 oo p 8S0j)J83u p Summer or Winter. 1 ' The Santa Fe route Is the most comforta ble railway between California and the east. The mop.lr at Harvey's Dlninor Rooms are an excellent feature of the line. 6 00 p 10 00 p 9 10 a 1 58 p 4 OOp 7 0p 6 40 a 7 25 p ia io p a oo a 4 40 p 8 05 a 4 f8 p 8 25 a 6 25 p 8 10 a 8 10 p 12 30 P 9 00 p 1 80 p 11 28 p 4 20 P 12 56 0 tOOp 1MB 7 40 p 5 48 a 1 65 a 7 50 a 4 40a 9 20a 6 25a 1 40 p 11 45 a 1 10 p 2 20 p 8 OOp fl 05 p 8 50 p! 10 46 a 10 45 al The Grand ranoi or the Colorado can be reached In nootlmr way, ' , JNO. J BYRNE, Asst.. dsn, Pan. gut, sao rranciioc,. Climax, Star, Newsboy, Horse Shoe, Piper Hoidsiuck, Something Good, J. B. UKi JioutMiiy, f Clipper navy, Bootjack, , Anchor, No Tax. Pure Stuff, Natural Leaf U. T. Gravely, superior, W. N. T., Out of Bight, Kodak, Prido of Kentucky, Yucatan Twist, Health and Prosperity ropuiar I rloes. kindu of pipes rrfl - 'a ft 1 CENTRAL HOTEL, MRS. R. FLINT, Prop'. uenirauy ljocatea. uooa Accommouations. Kates, $1.25 per Day. Board and Boom 95 and $0 per Week. sfl 1 A I 1 .4 I win thst tot General Broker. Land GrantSj Improved Ranches, Native Cattle, Improved Cattle, Cattle Ranges, Horses and Sheep, Real Estate. 2tc. Land Scrip of all Kinds, Territorial and Conniy Warrants. Gen eral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under the United States Land Laws. LAS VEGAS, ' NEW MEXICO Experienced 8eleot the VVaverley because tbey have learned to know the differ r.j ence between a wheel that U actually high-grade and one that i KluerS aP- simply claimed to be.i Home others may be good hot the Waverley is tbe highest of nil high-grade. Scorcher (8 heights) $85.00. Uelle u anu 2o men, $ta.w MABB BY INDIANA BICYCLE CO., INDIANAl'OLIS, INU. J. The lecoraii i Estimates, Specifications Furnished Without Charge. Water Pipes and Well Casing. k Dficoral I indmill Co., J. II. TEITLEBAUM. The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co, TEITLEBAUM 100 Slxtb Street, Opposite UKTT1NG IT Milwaukee . Keg Beer, Whiskies. Sour Mash Bourbon Bo per glass. 50n per gallon. Bottled Beer, 10c, 18c, 20e, & . .... .. ,2.25 " " ; 2.50 Samples only 5c, -Pts.lfic,Pts.25o Qts.SOc ' ' Finer Whiskies, run gal. White House Club S3.00 U. 8. Club 3 25 "Carlisle", Bole Apent.. 3.50 Samples 10c, Half Pts. 25c, Fts. 50c, Qts. $1. FlNBST WBI8KIBS. PER GAL. John Hanning .... $4.00 Belle of Anderson 4.23 Guckenhoiiner. B.50 McBrajer, Oscar Pepper and Yellowslpne SAMPLES, ONLY lOo. 1 Half-pints 35c, Pints 65c, Quarts, $1.25. 26. Per bottle. Sole Agent for Carlisle" Whisky, ' $3.50 per gallon. California and Native Wines from 25o per Bottle, and $1 per Gallon, op. -Rear entrance from Lincoln Ave., between Optio Offlce and Rosenthal Bros.-c r. 8. "Press the Button, We'll do the rest." WEAK HQ AOS Prematurcness stopped. All emissions and exhausting drains quickly controlled. Lost powers restored. This is the New . Parisian method, and never before used in tins-country. All men afflicted with any one of the above disorders, who will cut out t j this uotice and send to us, will receive a month's treatment FREE. ' Syphilis and private diseases cured in half the timo required by ordinary methods' and at small cost. LUDAN MEDICAL INSTITUTE, RECEPTION ROOM, 305 TIMES J. C. MAKTIH. J, M. D. HOWARD Martin & Howard, Contractors & Bailto. , : Plant and specifications furnishec free to patrons. Shop next door tc Honirbtnn's nardwnrn Storn. ' CONTRACTOR ft BUILDER. Job Work and Kopairing, House Mo? ing and Raising a Specialty MACKEL, Exchange Hotel, west side Plata, Las Vegas. A Complete Stock of Imported,. Key West Mexican and Domestic And a oomplete took of Fancy Smoking Tobacco also Pipes and Walking Canos and tbe best lino ol fine Chewing lobaooo. Other brands of tobacco too numerous to mention, and 111 be sold at wholesale and retail at tbo lowest prices. All cleaned and repaired neatly at lowest prloes. 1U11I1UU1I UliUU UUs, Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N:M, T M A - m "Pwnraw Are built in " " " ' the Largest IGVGLE& and Best Equipped jliSMofjlighEfrai!. Factory in the World. ana smj.uu. K Wright, Agt ovement (Patented)' is constructed with roll and iram that lifts CO per rent, more weight with same power than wrist pin and pitman, ns used on hII other mills. Thus, where a ten fo it wheel of au ordina ry mill is required, we put in an 8 f.ini wheel of tbeDecorah and guarantee results. Com plete plants with tower, tank, pump, ana water service erected on easy Installment Payments-, If desired. CHARD-Jflt- P. SAVILLE, Maa & SAVILLE. San Miguel National Bunk. 1 DOWN FINK. PBK GAt.. ..... J2.00 Cigars From $1 fer box n Chewing aud Smoking Tobaccos From 25o per lb. a Sole Agent for' 'IiAILSPLITTEB',J Cigar. So Straight i2.15perbox. DEVELOPED BLOCK, DENVER, COLORADO. Geo. H. Hutchison & Co. HAVE SE8BH Real Estate, Mines, and Mining Property For Sale or Lease, SHOP CQB. HINTS AD INTEBOCKA