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THE DAILY OPTIC.
K. A. KISTLBK, IMItor and Proprietor. Untored nt tht Kiint .as V dkrs thro1 N. M., the fHietoiucu lor transmission mulls as uoeonil-cUis matter orridlAI. I'Al'UROKTHK CITT. Ppcclul Notice. Las Vkom Daii.t Optio Delivered by mall post-paid, tin. (K) pur aniiuiii j 5.oo for six months j fi.w tor thine mouths, My car rler, i.i cents per week. Las Vkoas Whkklt optio 82 eolumn, de llvored Ik' mull. nnHt.. until. 1H (XI Der an mini, tl.Wi i,.-r six months, fl.oo for three months. siiikIu copies In wrappors.s rents. rHimnln conies ot hutn daily and weekly, mnlloil frt when dhstrrd. Give postofllce suitress in run, uiciudi.Til state. OouuKHi'ONiiKNOK Oontrtlti'.nn rntws, sollct led from nil nrtfl nf tlia fuiuntrv. Com munications addressed to the editor of Tim optic, to Insure attention, !oulil be iid'umpiinlod by the writer's full name Hinl address, nut for publication, but as a Himrnnty of good faith. Bkiiiitanokh May bo made by flraft.money onlur, postal noto, express or registered lotter at our risk, Address all letters and telegrams to Tim optio, Kast Las Vegas. New Mexico Law ol newspapers. It subscribers order the discontinuance or newspanors. the publishers mar con tlmie to send them until all arrearages are paid. If enbscrlbers refuse or neglect to take tholr newspapers from the office to which they are sent, ttfby are held responsible un til they have settled the bills and ordered them discontinued. If subscribers move to other places with out Inforrulr k the publisher, and the news papers are sent go tue iormer piacs ui iei aenca tiiov are then resoonsioie' For President, william Mckinley. Of Ohio. For Vice-President, GARRET A. HOBART, Of New Jersey. McKINIiEY OS 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. Evory day's labor upon the foreign products sent to tue United States 'takes one day's labor from American workingmen. I would give the day's labor to our own, first, last, and all the time, and that policy which fails in tbis is opposed to American interests. To secure this is the great purpose of a Protective Tariff. Hon. William Mc Kinley. TUE 8 DAY EVENING. JULY 7, 1896. All's fair In love and war. It looks like Bland and McLean. Politics makes strange bed-fellows. Thk Optic is for silver, in the prop er way, and for McKinley, in the present campaign. - Mr. Catron may, or may not, be re-nominated for delegate. Thk Op Tic will support him if he is. Don Pedro Perka, of Bernalillo, . is in Las Vegas, to-day, in attendance at the wool-growers1 association, Instead of being at Patterson, New Jersey, as a member of the designated committee to officially notify Garret A. Hobart of his nomination by the republicans for the vice presidenoy. NO EXCUSE FOR EXISTENCE i'he prevalent utterances of sound money democrats of the class of William F. Harrity, that tbey are fighting to preserve the democracy from destruc lion, but that if. the parly insists on riding headlong into chaos, tbey will go along with it, is instructive as a dis closure of the illogicality of the ultra party man. Mr. Harrity's own aaser tion that he is "a democrat first, and a sound-money man second." is use ful as evidence from the partisan him self that he has no excuse for existence, The right of a political party to have any existence has been often stated by the advocates of party organization to be in the necessity that there shall be a party to advocate certain principles of government, state policy or admin istration, aud to unite within its ranks the efforts of those believing in those principles. This is true within reason ; but the most manifest operation of that agreement is that those who be lieve in the principles or measures ad vocated by a certain party should Bug port it, and that those who disbelieve in them should oppose it. But this is what Mr. Harrity atd those of his pe ouliar order declare that they will hot do. They degrade the extreme and questionable patriotism of "Our coun try, right or wrong" into "Our parly, right or wrong," and thus take away the only foundation in reason that any party can plead for its right of being. There is mure reason and consistency In the course of the free silver repub licans who have left that party. They believed in free tilver, and as their old party was opposed to that measure, their right course was to seek a party whose belief was Identical with their own. The superstition of partisans of the Harrity class is one of the greatest obstacles to intelligent verdicts of tbe people on any issue. But fortunately that superstition is every year dying cut among me masses oi the people, r A ItUIXHD INIUTHTIIV, New ' Moxloo possesses a. 000,(100 Sheep, which produce, yearly, not less than 12,000,000 pounds ol wool. It is the pvlnolpal rcsourco of this Territory. Hy the pUcing of wool on tlio free list by the presont democralio administra tion, the price has bcou du'prt'tsxd be low the cost of producliou, and, as . f rorult of this, thousands 'f pounds ol line nijrino wool are now lying in storage in the Territory, which its owners are unnb!e to sell, and they ore piiyiog heavy interest on the monvy lliey hivo paid for its production, its pres ent value having long since been con sumed, leaving the producer in debt almost to tho degree of bankruptcy. Three years ago, ehot-p that were worth fa 00 to $'i 00 per head, and found ready sale at thoso figure?, ar now valueless for breeding purpoee?, and choice mutton sheep that have never been sold for less tuun $i 00 per bead, now bring not to exceed $125 per head. At the current price iu the eastern seaports, where our wool is transported, our wool is to-day worth about nine cents per pound; deduct freight, scouring and market chargos, it will only net the grower a price of about four cents per pound, z t:l is at least six cents per pound below the cost of the most economical pro duction under the present conditions in tbis Territory. ' Tbe continuance of the present range of value for our main product, and whioh may. be fairly expected, under free wool, will bring ruin to the sheep industry of the Territory, and wide spread loss and disaster to the mercan tile and other interests dependent upon its prosperity. -There are thousands of people in New Mexico entirely depend ent upon the wool interests. With free Wool, this industry must be abandoned and as there is here no other avenue for them to earn a liveli hood, they will be reduced to the ut most distress and suffering. Free wool at the present time meaus the destruc tion of 40,000,000 sheep in tho United Stages valued at $100,000,000. Free wool has already caused our present year's wool product of 800,- 000,000 pounds to shrink in value to the amount of $30,000,000. The eff jet of the destruction ot the sheep interest does nob need to be anticipated or figured on. It is practically with in to-day, in the form of an object lesson, sufficiently real und distressing tJ ob viate any necessity for argument. Pro tectionists and free-traders alike agree that the so called test of principles has been amply sufficient, so fur as tho wojI interests are concerned, and they ask, eveu plead, for no more demon- s rations. The drouths of last January and February in Australia have shortened tbe wool crop of that country by at least 10,000 bales, remarks the Albu querque Citizen. This would be all right for America if she had her usual quantity of sheep, but she has hot. Under the McKinley tariff, there was an increase of Hocks to tbe extent of nearly 132 per cent. Since tbe inau guration of the Wilson tariff, thero has been a decrease of 19 per cent., as every forehanded wool grower sold off his sheep for just what he could get and invested the money in something else. And yet, savs the Los Angeles Times, there are those who prate about carrying the four great wool-grqjving states cf California, Oregon, Idaho and Montana by a free silver fight. The free silver ticket will not catch enough wool growers to make a decent .funeral procession for a half-way respectable hod carrier. .. Over In Mora County. To the Editor of Vie Optic. IIolman, K. 51 , July 1st, 1896. I has been ruining here every day for 1 week;, and crops and mountain sides are beginning to look green. Crops are mostly saved. Rev. J. M. Wbitlock is expected over from laos, to-day, to take his family borne. Joe Doherty is taking advantage of the wet weather, and is putting more land into aiiaifa. Simon Vorenberg is sending out freighters to Las Vegas every day now. Eugemo Romero has commenced work on a dwelling house. Eugenio is seriously thinking of getting married. "; - Con. The Wage Schedule. rrmiJuna, ?a , July 6 Represen tatives of tbe various state preccpto nes composing tbe national window glass workers' association are in na tional convention here to-day for tbe purpose of considering the differences which exist between tbo two factions, and of bringing about harmonious re lations; and also to consider a demand for an increase in wages. The present administration, which 19 headed by President Burns, is antagonized by a large number of influential members, who charge that the president has failed to manifest sufficient activity in the interest of the order, and especially in the matter of wate schedule. The probabilities are, however, that the trouble will be smoothed over, and that harmony and unity will be restored. Fiftieth Anniversary. Montkrki, Cal., July 6. The oele oration inriueni to ine niutin an niversary of the first raising of the flag of tbe union in California, and which took place here, opened to-day. An elaborate program has been pre pared, and patriotic citizens from all pnrts of tbe state, to a total of many thousands, will assist in cariying it out. Tbe colobration will hst for two days, and to-morrow Thomas lirodlee, who raised the lug 011 July 7 h, 1840. will repeat tbe performance. There re also celebrations In San Francisco and many other cities. , Till: ARCHBISHOP'S VISIT. How I lie Beloved Chni'ohiuun Whs Received by the 1'arlNhloncr of Ijiis AlamoN, To the Jitllttir of the Otitic: l.os Alamos, N. M., July 3d., 1890. 'the Most Hcv. Archbishop P. L. Cuupelle urrived at Las Vegas, July 2d, in tbu moiuinir, and was driven out to I,on Alamos, leaving Ls Vegas at3;30 . in. in tho carriage of Wai. Frank, the latter himself mansging the rib b.uis. There was a steady, drizzling rain. Ibe whole way, and tbo arroyog nnri uneven prairie luods were one mov ing sheet of water, and despite all th s, it teemed the whole populace of Los Alamos, Joy a Largo and Emplazido turned out n niasso to nioetthe rever end archbishop nearly half way, some on horseback, others in all descriptions of vehicles, and closer to Los Alamos, n great many on foot did honor to this ttrcut man and representative of the Catholic church. Having arrived at the cbapel here, hs gave the people thanks for having so honored him, and then f i lowed his apostolic benediction, after which tbo immense oorgregation dispersed. To. day, the 3rd of July, a grand, beautiful day, the whole populace bas congregated at the church. Solemn high mass was begun at 9 :30 a. m., Rev. Father M. A. D. Ribera cfHclat. ing, assisted by Rev. J A. Picard and His Eminence U', llvV. Archbishop P. L Chapeile occupying the seat of bo tor, appropriate to his efflue. Tbe little chapel was filled to its utmost capacity and over 200 were outside, for want of room. There were eighty nine children who received the sacra ment cf confirmation. Tbe Rer. Father J. A. Picard presided at tbe organ, assisted by several gentlemen and ladies from here. The archbishop made some very appropriate remarks to the congregation, touching especially on tho holy sacrament of confirmation. At 1 o'clock the carriage of Don Hilario Montoya was ready here to convey the reverend gentleman to Sapeilo, where be will attend tbe third annual commencement of the Sisters' school, or Academy of ' Our Lndy ot Guadalupe, at 3 p. m. Saturday he will rest at tbe residence of Rev. J. A. Picard, at Sapello, and on Sunday he will confer the sacrament of confirma tion on all those to be cot firmed to tbe Catholic faith at Sapello. From Sapcllo be will go to San Ignacio, and from San Ignacio to Rociada, and from Rociada to Mora, and from Mora re traces his stcps.to Santa Fe. Archbishop Chapeile is a very learned gentleman, and it is a treat to meet him. He is well informed on all topics of tbe day, and a person. can gather a great deal of valuable information from him. He is kind and genial, and alike treats the poorest, humble peas ant, as the richest ot his meeting. . He was very well pleased with the people here, end the advance of his church woik by the peoplo's untiring efforts, despite tbe hard times. His grace paid especial honor to tbe family of Wm. Frank by saying mass in the latter's residence, tho morning after hij arrival here. Oj account of bad roads and very urging business matters, your corre spondent could not attend tbe com mencement exercises at Sapello, but that it was a grand success there is no doubt. It is understood that five valu able medals were distributed at this commencement, and the good Sisters urn to be complimented on tbe good work they navo accomplished. Atole The Danger Comes In c.ise3 of lyphoia fever, diphtheria and other wuiiug discuses, when the patient lias been reduced in flesh, and strength,-mid begins the t;ii!:ioine climb to health. Here Hood's Sarsa- parilhi funis its place. It enriches the blood, strcugthans tlia nerves, gives tone to the di gestive organs, and builds up the whole system. Hootl'o are tlie best after-dinner pills. assist digestion, cure headache. 25c. a box. The Pecos Irrigation and Improve ment company bas purchased from the recos Valley Town company the circu lation and stock and fixtures ot the Argus, down at Eddy, and will pay all bUls and collect all accounts now out- stunuing. ine Argus win oe continued by tho new owner under its old name. Seems as if con- sumption always picks out the bright est and best Fully one-sixtn ot an the deaths that occur in the world are caused by consumption. Many things were once considered im possible. It would he stranere if med. ical science did not make tome progress. The t Dlionc. the phonoeraoh. all were once impossible, and once it was impossible to cure consumption. That was before the time of Dr. Pierce's Golden1 Med ical Discovery. Taken according to direc tiona, this standard remedy will cure 98 per cent, or an cases 01 consumption. Con.sump ... . a a c 1 a 1 j . r . the blood. It is cured by purity and rich ness of the blood surely, certainly cured by the "Medical Discovery." It builds up souu ncaany nesn ana vigorous strength. Dr. Pierce's Common Snuse Medical Adviser. a icoS oarre medical work, orofuielv illustrated. will be sent free ou receipt of 21 oue-cent stamps to cover postage only. Address. World's Dis- pea: ary Mcmcul Association, Buffalo, N. Y. General and Harvous Debility. . Weakness of Body and Allnd, l-irects ol terrors or Excesses in Old or Younir. Robust, Noblo Manhood fully Restored. iiow to Jnlarfro and Strengthen Wc''. Un developed Portions of tjony. Absolutely un failing Tlonio Treatment. lienefHs In a dft v. Men testify from 60 States and Foreign i;ountries. Bend ror uesertptive Book, ex planation r.nd proofs, mailed (soalcdj free. EHiE FilEDiGAL GO.. Buffalo, N. Y. O. S. ROGERS, IUUUUUI llUItib UliUblj LAS VEGAS, N. M.) Nos. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west and of orldge. Special attention given to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith mg and woodwork. ... All work promptly done and satisfaction guaranteed. Wm The Maxwell Situated in New Mexico and Colorado, On 1he Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, and Union Pacific, Denver .& Gulf Railways. 1 jUUUJ Son Will m n bn For m UUU UV1UU Ul XJUJUVL X Ul Farming Lands Under Irrigation Systems: In tracts of 20 acr'g and upwards, with perpetual water rights, cheap, and on easy terms of interest, utaita, Oram nnd Choice Prairie or Mountain Well watored and with good shelter, intorspersed with fine ranches suitable lor ralsiog Krains and fruits, in sice of tracts to suit purchaser. Large Pastures For Lease, For lonfr terms of years, fenced raiiroaus. On this Grant, near its western boundary, are situated the famous Qol.l Mining Districts of ELIZABKTHTOWN and BALDY, where mines have been successfully operated for 25 years, and new, rich disoovories were made in 1895, In thS vicinity of ine new camps 01 ricm a niit ana hakkx WLUFK, s rich as aDy camp in Uolo rade, but with lots of as vet unlocated ground open to prospectors on terms similar to, aud as favorable as, tbe United States Government Laws and Regulations. Stage leaves every morning, except Sundays, from Springer for tnese camps. flli n...i . , , ,. , 1 ltie rencct, founded on United States Patent and confirmed by decisions'of the U. S. Supreme Court, ror lurtner particulars THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT COMPANY. Raton, New Mexico. MOUNTAIN RESORTS. tteauliful Places of Retreat for the Health and Pleasure Seeker. Harvey's Mountain Heme. This resort is famous for its comfort.. cleanliness, superior table, abundance of rich milk and cream, as wUl as for its un rivaled scener) and numerous near-by points of interest. Tbe best traut flatting is accessible by short excursions to either branch ot tbe Gullinas. Hermit Peak and grand caflon are of easy access. Bur ro's are furnished to gueats for dally riding. The Pecos National Park is within six miles, and is reached by easy trail; expeditions can te outatted and guide se cured at the ranch. For transportation and terms, inquire of Judge W'ooster, East Las Vei8, or ad dress. H. A. Harvey. San Ignacio Resort. The Hermitage is a new hotel Bituated at the foot of Hermit's Peak, on the Sapello river, up among the pines. It has many advantages not usually found at summer resorts, a good hotel wltb modern improve ments and well furuisbed rooms, a post office is located at this point, and ires tele phone connection is had with La Vegas. The table is bountifully supplied at all times with all that tbe season affords. Uufsts wishing to come, can telephone and a conveyance will be sent for them. Rates, $8 00 per week. . J. V . Lujan Proprietor. Summer Mountain Resort. The El Porvenir mountain resort will now receive guests for the Bummer. Tbe most picturesque scenery in America, fine fishing and hunting. Best of hotel ac commodations in New Mexico. For terms for board and lodging, apply to the Ro mero Mercantile Co., Las VegaB. Carriage leaves their store, southwest corner of the plaza, every Saturday and Tuesday morn ing at 8 o'clock; faro for the round trip, $1. For further information, call at the above establishment. gotf. Tba Park House. Las Vegas Hot Springs. N. M. We still have a few choice rooms lett for those who come early. The most popular house at the spring. Mr. Bob Brltton, late from tbe east, has charge of the kitchenj'every tblng is prepared in beBt of style. Rates, 85 cents per meal. Room and board 7 per week.. Table supplied with the best tbe market affords. . Rooms by the day, 60 to 75 cents, a 1 Mrs. Katb Dennis, 148-tf Manager. To Health-Seekers. Tbe Blake Ranch, on the h ead nf ttiA Kin Sapello, is now prepared to receive a limit- ea nuiuoer or hoarders. Tbis ranch is located in the heart of the mountains, amid me most oeauuiui scenery m tbe world wnere brook trout and wild game offer ample diversion for the nimrod or anyone ovvftiug vut-uuurijuri, xi is looatea only twenty-five miles from Las Vegas, and within eight miles of tbe Rio Pecos. nH oalv three miles frnm tha h..n... n "e mo uainnas. Address, Address Mrs. J. P. Blake. Rociadn. nr In quire for conveyances and rates ot W. K, Crites, Bast Las Vegas, N. M. TT-tf . . Kooiada. N. M, Ague Clara Resort. The Acua Clara resort Is sitnntnrl ahnnf eiguiHeu mnes irom Las Vegas, at tbe foot m mineral mil at tne jnnctlun of two pic turesque caoons, tbe Blue and Tecolote & oeautnui small lake is formed opposite ..D oui'm which is a rorest or pine. Daisam and SDruce trees, which mai. h piace very aesirame lor those suffering from Iudk and throat difflcnltlnn. a fro carriage leaves tne Wew Optic hotel at 8 p. m. every Monday, transportation both wavs lurnished without pntt i vioit.. luouutBiis runt ano furnished for con veuienoe ana comfort, and tbe table Is bountifully supplied and the cooking Is first-class. The water is the best ,to be UBU in new meXICO. and cornea nnr. ..j spanning irom springs lu tbe mountain side. Kates S5 Der week. Vtlrt.hA, in Pec ulation eiven at this OlhVn and mt. tha N. Optio hotel. W. E. Estes. ' frop. Rates to City of Mexico. LAS VEGAS. N. M Marnh Q,h 1BOA Hound trip rates to City of Mexico, from Las Veeas. $66.70. Unlno- n,.,i, i. days, with final return limit, of six'monthe from date of sale. BATES TO PHOENIX. Tourist rates to Phoenix. Ariz., and . turn from Lai Vecaa. 4S f.n i.im.t. fifteen days, in etch direotiou, with final II UIIU Ut BlA UlUOlUB, tf ,C. F. JoNBsvAeent. A. T. ROGERS, ajATB OF BOuEBB BBOS. Practical Horseshoer, General Blacismithlng, Wagon and vturiagB repairing, neatly and promptly done Itailjroa.cl ve, Opposite Browne & Mamanarei Co., EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, Montezuma Restaurant Center St., East Las Vegas. CHARLES ;WRIGI1T, Prop'r. Best Twenty-five Cent Meals in Town.. .... . Tables supplied with everything tbe mar- net auoras. ratronage solicited. Land Grant 10, annual payments, with 7 per cent. a nuts grow to perfection. Grazing Lands, or nnfenced ; shipping facilities over two ana pamphlets, apply to -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 Keeley Institute in tho United States. Homelike and comfortable In ail its ap pointments. An absolute aud permanent cure. Ladies treated privately. Corre spondence confidential. . MIKE W. BURKE, Local Representative. Edw. WALTMAN'S Douglas Ave., first door west of Furlong gallery. Family Washing a Specialty. Good Work Done on Short Notice. GIVE US A TRIAL. Robt. L M, Ross, Real Estate AND INSURANCE AGENT. Prices to Suit tteta, Lots from $100 np. 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; Fauns onder irrigation uitcnes. umce on ZD FLOOR TAVME OPERA HOUSE. E. LAS VECAS. 5 Now looated on Sixth street, two doors north of the Postoflice, TiDniDgaDiPliIi -,"'A Specialty. r The Finest Line of ' Stoves and Steel Ranzes In tbe City. Heating apparatus, heavv sheet Iron work, etc., contracted for at the hr.ttnin price. Let us HRure on yonr woik. A. 0. SCHMIDT Manufacturer of IBS, And dealer In Heavy , Hardware, Every kind of wagon material on hand norsesnoeini and repairing a specialty Grand and lanzanares Avenues, itaat Ls Vegas. Las Vegas Roller Mill, J. It. SMITH, Prop'r. Location: On the hot springs branch rail way, East Las Vegas, New Mexico. BRAN, FLOUR, GRAIN AND FEED. Your Patronage Solicited. F. J. CIK, Ins Carria aiuiic.r DIRECTORY. UE8BYTl!UIAN CUURCH. REV. NORMAN SKINNER, Pastor. Preaching: at 11 a. m. and 7:80 d. m. IBunduy school at 9:45 a.m. Society of Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. m. All people are cordially welcomed. KtraiiKers nud sojourners are Invited to worship with us. jgAPTIST CHURCH. A. A. LAYTON, Pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching services at 11 a. m. and 7:81) p. m. B. Y. P. U. at 7:15 p. m. All are cordially invited to attend its services. JJ1IRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH HARMAN 3. HOOVEH, Pastor. Sunday school at 0:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m., followed by thirty minutes class meeting. Epworth League at 7:00 p. m. Evening service at 7:80 p. m. Tbe pastor and members extend, to all, tbe welcome of this church, 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 6:30 and 9:00 a. m, ounuay scnooi at 0 p.m. vespers and benediction, of the Blessed Bacrament, at 7:80 m- Daily morning mass at 8:80 a. m, Sunday school at B p.m. Vespers and QHURCH OF OUR LADY OF ROWS. SOR- VERY REV. JAS. H. DEFOURI, Pastor. Rev. Maurice Olikb, Assistant. ' First mass, for winter season, at 6:80 a. m. Second mass, (or winter season, at 8 a. m. High mass for winter season, at 10:00 a.m. Sundav school at 8:00 p. in. Vespers and Bene iiction at 4:00 p. m. The j atners will preach uoto in ungusn and Spanish. ONTEFIOKE CONGREGATION. REV. L. 8CHREIBEB, Pastor in Charge. Services every Friday, 8 p. m. ; Sunday mornine. 11 a; in.: Sunday school, every Saturday morning, 9:80 to 12 o'clock, and bunday mornings, irom iu to 11 o'ciock. M. E. CHURCH. Rev. G. W. TOLSON, Taster Preaching at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 8:()(i p. 111. services at 7:UU p. m. Siuging and prayer meeting, Wednes day evening. . BUnLBfdG AWE'S $W 0FF10 , CHEMICAL D LABORATORY Established in Colorado. 1S66. Samples bv mall or exp'-cha will receive prompt and cureful attuutlen. Gold a Silver Bullion "i'X'iia, iii-.iss, 17:5 4 1733 Lawrence St., Denver, Celt. Santa Fe Route CONDENSED TIME TABLE.! Westwakd STATIONS Eastwabd N0.1. NO. 10 2hpmf Chicago 10 80pm 7 HOam S ooani AIU AlusaB UILJ loneka v J5pm 10 8pm 6 80pm! a l!ipm; Newton Hutchinson Denver 12 S iam 11 inpm 5 80pm 8 00pm 1 10pm 8 45am lftam 10 10pm 10 50pm! Colo, bpr'us iu supm rueuio Trlnldid LAS VEQAS Santa Fe Vi supra 7 25nm 10 lOpru u in am LosCerrlllos Albuquerq'e i 05am u iitipm j ill 10 4Sam Dealing 111 00am I 111 40nm Kl Paso 10 00am 9 10am Gallup 2 85pmi 1 66pm Wlnslow 9 8Sain 4 '.0pm Flagstaff 7 47-nn 6 06pm Los Angeles 7 00am - 10 45am.SanFraocls 6 80pm HOT SPHINOS BBANOH. Leave Dally. Arrive Dally. 705 703 701 CAllD NO. 701 704 706 6:00 6:05pi 8:00p P:,10a Las Vegas llridee St. 2:15p 2:J0p l:67p 4:80p, 4:2.-p 7:00d 8:05p 3:1D 9:85a, o:JSP 9.48 Upper L.V. Placlta 8:42p 6:.15p !9:S5ai 12P 4:05p 4:00p SUP 5 30;) i:sup. 10: a Hot Springs l'4tp ti:3up Arrive Daily. Leave iDaliy. Nos. 1 andi. PaclQc and Atlantic einress. have Pullman palace drawlnfr-room cars, tourist sleeblnu cars and coaches between Chicago and Los Angeles. San Diego and San Kranclsco. and Pullman palace cars and coaches between Chicago and the uny 01 Mexico, Hi. copklasd, lien. Agent, ki raso, lex. W. R BBOWSB, T. F.& V. A., 1 Faso.Tex. Cus.f Jones, ' Asont, Las Veuas, N, II. Western Division. Mw& Tims Talle Mo. 38, J. W. Relnhart, John J. McCook, receivers. In effect Sunday, August 6th, 1895. Witsi BTATlUflM. I KASTWAHD. 0 00 pi 10 00 p 1 66 p 7 00 p 7 25 p 3 00 a 8 06 a 8 26 a ChlcaffO Kansas City Denver LAS VEGAS Albuquerque Ooolldfte Wlnaate (Jallup Halbrook Wlnslow Flagstaff Williams Ash For Kingman The Needles liltVKO Daggett Harstow Mojave (L09 Angeles KanFranclsco 10 80 p 8 o a 6 00 p 8 80 p 2 66 p 9 00a e 10 a 7 uo a 6 15p 1 '6 a 8 15 p 8 85 p 8 06 p 2 0 p 10 40 a 9 ssa 7 27 a 8 osa 4 50a 4 Oil p H 4U H 13 10 P: t W p i r,s p 4 86 a 4 08a a 40a 0 VKS p 8 10 P 9 CO pi B 10 12 80 p 12 20 a 1 8U p 11 06 p ii m p 4 20 D 6 00 p 8 40 P 8 68 p 6 40 D 12 r a 1 65 a 5 48 a 7 U p 1 ea a 4 40 a 6 26 a 11 82 p 12 80 p 7 60 n 9 20 ai 8 05 p 7 26 p 2 86 p 2 10 D iu uua 8 80 a 1 i p 2 10 p U it a 2 20 p 6 00 p 8 60 p 10 46 a 8 45 a 8 20a 10 00 a n 05 p 7 roa 8 aop 00p 8 SO p 10 43 a Summer or Winter. The Santa Fe routo Is the most comforta ble railway between California and the easi. Tho mealr at Harvey's Dining Kooms are an excellent reaturo of tbe Hue. The Grand rnnoT of the Colorado can be reaciiea in cootner way, JNO. J. DTRNE, Gen. Pass. Agent, Lns Angeles. Cal , O, H. SPEKK8, ' Asst. Qen.rass. Agent.URan Franclscc, J. B. Yucatan Twist, Health and Prosperity, rupuiuc rrices. Climax, Star, Newsboy, Horse Shoe, Piper Hoidsleck, Something Uood, Old Uuiiunly, Clipper Navy, Bootjack, ; Anchor, -' No Tax, . - Pure Stuff, Natural Leaf B. T. Gravely, superior, W. N. T., Out of Sight, Kodak, Pride of Kentuckv. CBNTRAIv HOTBIy, MRS.. R. FLINT, Prop. Centrally Located. Good Accommodations. Rates, $1.25 per Day. Board nnd Boom $5 and $0 per Week. 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 Connty Warrants. Gen eral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under the United States Land Laws. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO hlKDerienCed select 'he Waverley n. UV..UD., n .ot KICierS simply claimed to be. n-j e-ice uetween a wheal is me nignest 01 an mu auu iuuu, $iu.uu MADE HI INDIANA BICYCLE CO., INMANArOLIS, IND. J. Estimates, Specifications The lecoraii loteinenti AffMfes- Water Pipes and Well Casing. DB'GOml WfflihDill ft..;'1?!"!!? J. H. TEITLEBAUM. The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co, TEITLEBAUM 109 Sixth Street, Opposite UKTriNG IT Milwaukee Whiskies. per oai.. Bour Mash Bourbou $3.00 " " " 2.25 Keg Beer, 60 per glass, 50i per gallon. Bottled Beer, Samples ONLY 5c, )-Pts.l5c,Pt8.25o Qts.50c J'inkb Whiskies, pub gal. White House Club ?3.00 U. 8. Club , 8 25 "Carlisle", Bole Agent ; 3.50 Samples 10c, Half tt. 25c, Pts. 50o, Qts. $1. Finest Whiskies, peb oal. John Hannlng ' $4.0') B.-lle o( Anderson , 4.25 Guckenhoimer 5.50 McBrayer, Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone SAMPLES, ONLY lOo. Half-pints 85c, Pints 65c, Quarts, $1.25. 10c, 15c, 20c, & 25c- Per bottle. Sole Agent for "Carlisle"' Whisky, $3.60 per gallon. California and Native Wines from 25o per Bottle, and $1 per Gallon, up. -Kear entrance from Lincoln Ave., between Optio Office and Rosenthal Bros. r.S. "Press the Button. We'll dQ the rest." WEMl OftQMIS Piernaturtness stopped. All emissions and exliansting drains quickly controlled. Lost powers restored. This is the 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 privato diseases cured in half the time required : by crdinary methods and at small cos't. LOBAN MEDICAL INSTITUT RECEPTION ROOM, 305 TIMES J. C. HABTIIt. J. M. P. HOW AST Martin & Howard, CcRtractors & Beilders. Plan and specifications furnishae free to patrons. Shoo nort door t. Honarhton's Hardware Stow. CONTRACTOR 4 BUILDER. Job Work and! Repairing;, House Mot mg ana liaising a Specialty. SHOP COH. NINTH AND IHTEROCEA MACKEL, Exchange Hotel, west side Plaza, Las Vegas. 1 A Complete Stock of Imported, Key Wert Mexican and domestic And a complete stock of Fancf Smoking Tobacco also Pipes and Walking Canes and tbe best lino ol fine Chewing Tobacco. Other brands of tobacco too numerous to mention, and will be sold at wholesale and retail at tbe lowest prices. Ail kinds of pipes cleaned and repaired neatly at lowest prices. BATil SHOE Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. M. Are built in the Largest and Best Equipped Factory in the World. because they have learned to know tbe differ- lung ... nuiuanjr uiu-raiie uiiu one taut 1 Bome others may be good but the Waverler that is actua mgn - graue. scorcher (3 heights) SS5.00. llelli anu $?3.uu. F. Wright, Agt (fatonteujr Is " constructed with roll andi train that lifts 50 per cent, more weight with Bsme power tban wrist pin and pitman, as used cn all other mills. Thus, where 1 ten foot wheel of an ordina ry mill is required, we put in in H foot wheel of the Deborah and guarantee results. Com plete plants with tower, tank, pump, nnd water service erected on easy Installment Payments-, If desired. Furnished Without Charge. P. SAVILLE, Mob & SAVILLE, Sau Miguel National Bank. DOWN FINR. . I Cigars Frciiifl rer box u Chewing aud Smoking Tobaccos ' om 25c por lb. a Sole Agent for) fUlLSPLITTEB"j Cigar. 5o Straight ! 12.15 per box. DEUELOFEO BtOCK, DENVER, COLORADO. Geo. H. Hutchison & Co - HAVE- Real Estate, Mines, and Mining Property For Sale or Lease.