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THE DAILY OPTIC.
R. A. KI3TLIJR, Bdltor and Proprietor. Kntored lit tlio I'.ast l.asVeKas, N, M., postoltlee fur transmission, through tlio mailt a second-class matter. OFFICIAL I'APMB OKTHH 0TT. Special Notice. La Vboas Dah.t Optio Delivered by mall, poHt-iiaiil, sio.oii per annum i tn.00 for tlx months; i'lM for tlirne inontlia, By car rier, 26 cents per week Las Vkoas Whkklt Oitio 82 columns, de livered by mall, post-paid, M.UO per an num, tl.su (or six months, $1.00 for three months. Slnxle eonlfisln wrappers ,5 cents. Batuplo copies ol lioth dally and weekly, mailed froo when rtlrod. Olve poetoWce address in full, lndudi:q state. OoBRBHi'oNiiKNOK Oontnliiins; nkws, solici ted from all parts of the country. Com munications addressed to tho editor of Thb Optic, to Insure attention, should do accompanied by the writer's full name and address, not for publication, but as a guaranty of ijood faltli. Bkmittancbs May be made by nraft.money order, postal note, express or registered lettor at our rlslt. Address all lotters and telegrams to Tim Owio, Kait Las Vegas. New Mexico. Backboard Malls. Mails on the Star routes leaf Las Vegas as follows: . , r.o. voirn to Fort Bnmner. Includln Anton Chlco, Los Oolonals, Kden. Banta Eosa and Puerto do Luna, trl-weomy, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, ana ar- altar. intA riRVM Of RRCh WeeX. Las VeKas to Fort Ilascom, Including Ouaporlto, Galllnns Springs, El Cuervo, Bell Kanch, Liberty and Kndee, trl-weealy, on Monday. Wednesday and Friday, of each week, and arrive on alternate days. Las Vegas to Mora, including Los Alamos, Bapello, Ban YKnaelo and Koclada, tri weekly, on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day, of each week, and arrive on alternate days, Laa Las Veeas to Lesperance, one a week, on Hatnrday rinnuomni'ii on Fort Sumner line, is ny two-horse buckboard, on Fort Baecomand Mora lines by eingle-horse buckboard, To Lesperance by private conveyance usually spring wagon. Law oi newspapers. If subscribers order the discontinuance of newspapers, the publishers may con tinue to send them until all arrearages are PIf1s'nbscrtbers refuse or neglect to take their newspapers from the oulce to which they are sent, thoy are held responsible un til they have settlod the bills and ordered them discontinued. If biibsrrlbers move to other places with out informlr k the publisher, and the news paper are sent to the former place ot reel lenco tl lev are then res nonslble- For President, william Mckinley. 01 Ohio. For Vice-President, GARRET A. HOBART, Of New Jersey. Mckinley ox protection. Let England take care of herself, let Krauce 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 tttates takes one day's labor from American workingajen. 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 the great purpose of a Protective Tariff. Hon. William Mo Kinley. " i FRIDAY KVENING. JULY 10, 1896. - There are 930 votes in the Chicago convention, and G20 will constitute a two-thirds mBjon'y. The democrats got at it, hammer and tongs, with their nominating speeches, last night. Tub leaders of the silver men in the Chicago convention are not an honor to any cause or country. This great republic will never so far forget itself as..to follow the leadership of such men as Altgeld and Tillman. It is a bad omen for democracy when such a man as ex-Governor Campbell is passed by for a man like John R. Mo Lean, of the Cincinnati Enquirer. It is thought likely that the gold men at Chicago will issue a manifesto, and they may call a convention to con eider the grave situation of affairs. ihe democratic presidential nags were entered for tbe race, last night, in the nominations of- lSlackburn, Bryan, Matthews, Bland, Boies and McLean Presidekt Cleveland probably did not get any great amount of oonsola tion from the "sober, second thought" of tbe democrats in convention at Chi cago. '' Our republican exchanges should drop that superfluous "t" in spelling the front name of tbe vice-presidential candidate. lie spells it Garret A. Hobart. George Fred Williams, congress man from Massachusetts, who seconded Bryan's nomination in the Chicago convention, last night, convulsed New England with consternation' and rage, when he remarked that the representa tives of the money power were going to Chicago to defeat the will of tbe delegates, but he thought that Mr. Whitney and bis agents would meet their Waterloo. The west and tbe south do not meet in Chicago as a ma licious body of people. They go there an honest, bard-working, robbed peo ple, looking for an alleviation of their wrongs. They have the votes and propose to run tin conven tion, regardless of the orders from Lombard, Wall and State streets, i CHRONIC OFFICE-SEEKERS. 'J he conclusion has almost ' been reached by Tub Of no thai persistent, troublesome, ohronio and inoorrigible solicitor for audionca with the powers that be will be, In this Instance, and (or o 111 en, should be rewarded with appointment la exceptional oate, only. If they are constitutional and hopeless mendicants, let them be provided for In state aylums or charity institutions tor that purpoee. To apply lor some publio employment In a dignified and business-like manner, Is all right, but to pack off to the capital and oamp for months on the president's trail, besiege cabinet officials and make life a burden for congressmen and for anxious credi tors, is pu-hlng the jrusade entirely too far and affording pretty good proof that such applicants are loo greedy to be employed or trusted. Tbe people do not want a president with both bU arms wrong Off. They do not want a chief magistrate who Is oompelled to wear corks in his earl. Tbey do not want their congressmen converted into a lot of intimidated footmen or messenger boys for oonstit ents on a wild hunt for Jobs. They are unwilling to see tbe private greed of the professional place hunters paralyze or supplant the publio business of the country. There are meritorious, modest men, all over the country, who would make better and more reliable offlolals than tbe boldly evident and loudly importu nate professionals any way. Try some of these, and leave tbe campaigners to find their own livings. ' The Christian Endeavor conven tion, which is holding Its fifteenth an nual convention in Washington, this week, is the most phenomenal de velopment of modern times. Begin ning in the city of Portland, Me., in 1881, its first convention was held there the following year, representing a total membership of 481. Steadily it has grown until the convention com prises between 50,000 and 60,000 dele gates, representing nearly 3,000,000 members, the rate of growth Increasing with each succeeding year. That its attention to the subject of citizenship is not meaningless, is already attested by its participation in munioipal con tests for better government on non partisan lines. Composed as it is of the common people, its influenoe for good is incalculable when it has aroused tbe desire of the mass' for better government of the people, by the people and for themselves. The astonishing development ot this or. gaulzition might be alarming if its principals were not so high. But the study of eood citizenship, with which it proposes to supplant the study partisan prejudice, can do no harm There has been no lack of desire among the people, since the govern nient was founded, to ' do what was best for the peace, prosperity and progress of the nation, but, uofor lunately, much of the effjrt that should have been made to determine the right bas been expended lo sup. porting party theories without refer ence to their wisdom. Therefore, the irection of so great a body of the younger citizens in the line of good oitizenship for its own sake, is 'an en couraging fact and presages good re suits. The Chloago morning papers of to day, pretty generally agreed that the chances of the presidential aspirants were about in the following order Bland, Bryan, Stevenson and Teller. Pedro Perea, the Proper Person From tbe Rincon Weekly. Tbe Rincon Weekly is already engaged in booming Hon. redro ferea for the gov ernorehip of New Mexico to succeed W, T, Thornton. This is evidently upon tbe prin oiple of the early bird catching the worm, Lias vegas uptio. No, Kuis, we are not "booming' lion, ledro l'erea. He needs no "booming," as he is well known as man upon whom the people would make no mistake in conferring any honor, irue to our principles of look ing to the people's welfare at all times the Weekly felt the publio pulse and alighted upon Mr. Perea as the proper man for tbe governorship. That we made no mistake is evidenced by the favorable manner in whioh tbe sugges. tion has been received by the repub lican party and press in the Territory A Sound Baals. - - ; ; The testimonials published by the proprietors of Hood's Sarsaparilla are not purchased, nor are they written up In their office, nor are tbey from their employes, but they are facts from truthful and grateful people, who ars reliable and as worthy of confidence as if they came from your most trusted neighbor. Hod' piiia are the best family eathartlo ud liver medietas. Harmless, reliable, sure. It behooves everv 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 tbe next nice months. The re suits will affect all, personally, directly or indireo:Iy. This nation is on the eve of the most exciting presidential oampaign in its history, Europoan 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 the most progressive journal in the United States, and in each issue it gives the latest political news of all parties In the field, the latest general news of the world and many valuable special feat. ures besides. This model newsDaner is delivered twice-a-week bv mall for only 1 a year, or less than one cent a copy. Tbe prioe of the Dally and Sun day Republic bas redently beep redgcei to only f 8 year by mi. fits fcoiiirion Ail right. In tho "Reminiscences of an Emi grant MileaUn" is the following curi ous anecdote : Stack.f ormerly of Waluhe's regiment, was among the officers of the Irish brigade who went on half pay at its dissolution. He had remained ou half pay so long that he became the oldest colonel in the army. He obtained his promotion to tbe rank of major gen era) after a somewhat onrious interview with the Duke of York, the commander in chief at that time. Huving solicited Ihe honor of an andlenoe of his royal highness, he received an intimation that the dnke would receive him at the Horse Gnards next day. He was punctual in his attendance, and being introduced to the oommauder in chief was honored by the customary question : "Well, colonel, what can I do for yon?" "Iporcelve, sir," replied Stuck, "that there is a brevet coming out, in which I hope to be included. I am the senior colonel in his majesty's service." "True, Colonel Stack, but give me leave to ask you of what religion you are?" "I am of the religion of a major gen eral." The duke bowed, and Stack was ga tetted. Bat and Rattier. A Kentucky man caught a big rattle snake 8a feet long and kept it in his store in a box with a glass cover as a onriosiiy. Not long ago he put a rat and a frog into the box to feed his rat tlesnake. The next morning the frog was out of sight, but the rat was still there and apparently very indifferent to the snake's presence. The rat remained undisturbed nil that day, but the gro cery mun confidently expected the snake to make a meal off the rodent that night In this, however, he was mis taken. The next morning when he ex amined the box he found the snake dead and the rat perched upon its head. A large place in the rattlesnake's hide showed that the rat had satisfied his hunger with a dish of rattlesnake. The box gave evidence of a struggle between the snake and the rat, and the marks upon tbe snake's body showed that the rat had been quicker with his teeth than the snake had been with its fangs. Tbe rat was uninjured and was kept as a curiosity. New Orleans Picayune. The Watermelon Opened Hie Month. ' "There is no mistaking the fact that colored persons are very fond of water melon. This fact I had illustrated to me once," said Captain of Detectives Miller. "One of my men had arrested a young colored man charged with lar oeny, and while he was waiting to be 'sweated' by me the officer made some remark to him about watermelon. "The darky responded, 'Well, if I have to go to jail, I'd certainly like some watermelon first. ' This was an opening for me, and as I found my man hard to 'break' I sent out and got a large, juicy melon, and plaoing - it In front of him in my office told him that if he wonld tell the truth he could eat the whole melon. "At first he refused, but the bait was too tempting, and in a few minutes he told me who his accomplice was. I shall remember this fact in tbe future when dealing with a stubborn negro." Phil adelphia Call. An Educated Hone. There is on educated horse in Nash ville that would be a valnable acquisi tion to a tented aggregation of eques trian prodigies. In one respect this horse is superior to the people of Mem phis, in that it knows Nashville's ways and humors. Tho owner of the animal evidently reposes the most perfect con fidence in it, for, without bridle or reins, he drives through the most orowd ed thoroughfares, guiding the horse by word of month, occasionally putting emphasis upon his orders by using the whip. Those who saw the intelligent steed going up Vine street the other afternoon Pt a lively pace, without either bridle cr lines, congratulated themselves that ihey were on the side walk rather than in the buggy it was drawing. Nashville American, Cry of the Moeiiln, Tangier. At dawn yon are awakened by the musical singsong of the muezzin from the minaret of a neighboring mosque calling the faithful to prayer. The rich Arabic sounds have a solemnizing influ enoe, and you wonder why this sum mons is confined to the followers of Mohammed and is not heard among the Inhabitants of the west, where a greater prophet is worshiped. The muezzin's cry is repeated at noon, in the afternoon, at sunset and at night, and in addition to its religions significance it aots as a kind of clock to the watchless multitude. Temple Bar. W. O. Thomas, the artist photo' grapuer of Ls Uruces, will be in Kin con on July 15th, and for several days thereafter, to nil orders for photo graphs. A man's health is the rope by which he climbs to suc cess. If he can keep his neaiin, ne win go on to suc cess. Yet his health is the very thing he neglects more man anything else. It is eas ier to keep health than it is to regain it When a man feels himself running down, when he realizes a loss of vitality auu energy, ne must, can a halt The strands of his rone are parting rapidly. Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery has helped thousands oi men in just this condition. It makes health, it malrr pore, ncn blood, it forces out impurities and kills germs. It doesn't make any dif erence what name you call your trouble by dyspepsia kidney disease rheuma tism consumption skin disease, the 'Golden Medical Discoverv" will enn it absolutely. None of these diseases can retain hold on the body when it is full oi ncn, pure blood. Send at one-cent stumps to cover cost of nailing only, and receive free copy of Dr. Pierce's Medicnl Adviser. Address. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo. N. Y. MANLY VIGOR flNCB MORE In harmony " with the world, 2000 completely cured men are auiguur nappr praises for iue greatest, grand est and most euo ceeeiul cure for sex ual weakness and lost vigor known to modical science. An accountof this won derful duwotxry, In book form, with ref erences and proofs. , ira Rut w BUI- ferine men fsealntl) Aw. Fnil manw permanently restored. Failure Impossible. I51--.MEPJ8AI C0.,BUFFAL0,r,,Y. The Maxwell Land Grant Situated in New Mexico and Colorado, On ihe Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, and , Un'on Pacific, Denver ,& Gulf Railways. 1,500.000 acres o Farming Lands Under Irrigation Systems: In tracts of 20 a r-t and upwards, with perpetual water rights, cheap, and on easy terms of 10 annual payments, with 7 per cent, interest. Alfalfa, Grain and Fruits grow to perfection. Choice Prairie or Mountain Grazing Lands, Well watered and with good shelter, interspersed with floe ranches suitable for raising grains and fruits, In slie of tracts to suit purchaser. Large Pastures For Lease, For long terms of years, fenced or unfenced; shipping facilities over twe . railroads. 'GOLP'lillN&la'.''' On this Grant, near Its western boundary, ars situated the famous Gold Mining Districts of EL1ZABETHTOWN and BALDY, where mines bare been successfully operated for 29 years, and new, rich discoveries were made In 1B9S, lo tbe vlolnlty of tbe new camps of HEMATITE and HAKKY BLUFF, as rich as any oamp in Colo rado, bot wltb lots of as yet nnlocated ground open to prospectors on terms similar to, and aa favorable as, the United States Government Laws and Regulations. 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. 4 For further particulars and pamphlets, apply to THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT COMPANY. Raton, New Mexico. Some Ready Information. The following statistical Information should be cutout and pasted on your of Bee desk for future and frequent refer ence: DISTANCES nOU LAS VBOAS. Miles Miles ueblo fo Topeka 720 Uchlson , 770 Kansas City.- 7H6 St. Louis 1,088 Chicago i..l,75 Washington 2,088 Philadelphia .... 2.0W7 New York 2,187 Boston . 2 419 Raton Springer wagou Mound Watruus 1(0 .70 45 ..30 8a n Miguel Glorteta 65 Lamy 66 wania re us Cerrlllos w AlDuquetque 182 I .os Lunaa lltt Tucson 698 Chihuahua 612 City of Mexico... 1,612 Socorro ,. 208 San Marclal 2Sfi Las Unices ........ tun los Angeles l.nss San Diego 1,098 San Francisco... 1.846 El Paso SSrtl Demlng S68 silver uuy u Trinidad l.u Ouayinas 906 L. V. Hot Springs... 6 WblteOaks, direct, .160 Galveston, direct.. 70S La Junta Sis Denver g9S ALTITUDl Or VARIOUS PLACES. Mora 701S Spark's Ranch... Chicago Kansas City Raton Tuund ... Ulorleta 8672 . 698 . 765 .76W 7482 .7265 6868 ..477 4225 Hot Bd'rs Pars:.. 6787 Springer 6849 Watrous 6489 Las Vegas .'.8162 j nta re 7018 Albuqueique ..., 6008 Socorro , 4E El Paso .8682 Leadville 10061 Denver 6200I Continental Dl vide on A.&P... Flaxstaff Needles .Salt Lake City.... The "Kangaroo" silver mine, one of the best mining properties in King ston, was sold at special mspWa sale to recover the sum of $1,25.58. I Up to Date 1890. Tbe most complete tariff text book ever published is tbe new edition o( "Tariff Facis. tor Speakers and Stu dents defender document No. 9 260 pages, just out. Publisher, tbe Ameri can Protective Tariff league. Cam paign text books issued just before the lection are of little value. The tar'ff league is to be congratulated on its foresight in getting out its hand book io early in the year. Order by num oer only. Sent to any address for fwenty-flve cents.- Address V. F Wakeman, general secretary, 135 West twenty-third street, Mew York. B. C. Wendell has purchased the barber shop from W. B. Skaggs, down at Las (Jruces, and . employed E. E Williams, late of Chicago, as tonsorial artist. BOMB SPECIAL RATES. Commencing June 1st, we will sell round crip tickets to Pueblo, at $15.70; to Colorado Bprinirs. $18.50: to Denver, $23.15. Tickets limited to one day in each direction, witli final limit for return, No vember 15th. 1896. Annual Convention, International Assn, or r ire engineers can Lake uity, utan. Auk. 10 to 14 til. ttf. Dates of sale Augost 7th and 8th. One lowest flrst-elans standard fare for tbe round trip, plus $2, all tickets to be good for continuous pas sage In each direction. Leaving Halt Lake on Augutt id and a oniv. National People's Party (Populist) con vention and American stiver convention at St. Louis, Mo., July 22d, 96. From Las Vegas to St. Louis end return. $82.70. Tick. ets on sale July 18th, 19th and 20th. '96; limited to continuois passage in eacn direc tion ; final limit, July 29tb, '96. National Encampment G. A. R. at St Paul, Minn., September 1st to 4th 1896, From Las Veeas to Bt Paul, Minn, and re turn. I37.S0. Tickets on tale Aufnst 30th and 81st 1896, final limit 8eptemberl5tb.l896, All tickets deposited with joint agent on or before September loth will be extended to September 80tb 1HDB. C. F. Jonks Agent. Reward. Whereas, Frank Relts was recentlv foully and brutally murdered near Ualli nas Springs, in the county ot San Miguel, by unknown parties, who are fugitives from Justice; Now, therefore, for tbe purpose ot pro curing the arrest of tbe perpetrators of this crime, I, W. T. Thornton, governor of tbe Territory of New Mexico, by virtue of the authority in me vested, do hereby offer a reward of ($500) for tbe arrest and con viction of the murderers of Reltz, such re ward to be payable out ot any money In tbe Territorial . treasury appropriated for tbe oavment of rewards lor the rortv seventh Uscal year. vone at tne executive orace, (bis the I4tn day of May, A, V., 1MK1. Witness my bsnqnd tne great seal ot tbe Territory ot Dew Mexico. I sbai. 1 W. T. Thornton. Governor of tbe Territory of New Mexico. By the governor) LOBION MILLER, Seoretary of Sew Mexico. S. PATTY Handles the Only Steel Huge Stores IN THE MARKET. SEE THE1I Plumbing Tinning. P. P2TC-3, Douglas Ave. Batcher Shop. Fresh ranch eggs received daily. Sell owe mast for dollar, tbao soy market lo the 9(7. - M For Ml Robt. L. M. Ross, Real Estate AND INSURANCE ACENT. Prices to Silt tie Times- Lots from $100 up. 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 Aore Properties; Fauns under Irrigation Ditches. Offloe on 20 FLOOR TAslME OPERA HOUSE. E. LAI VEGA!. Now located on Sixth street, two doors north of tbe Poetoffice, A Specialty. The Finest Line of Stoves and Steel Ranges In the City. Heating apparatus, heavy sheet Iron work, etc., contracted for ae the bottom price. Let us figure on yonr work. I qo Uonroo Qnllar Mil luo iumuo nuiiu mni J. It. SMITH, Prop'r. Location: On the bot springs branch rail way, Bast Las Vegas, New Mexico. BRAN, FLOUR, GRAIN AND FEED. Tonr Patronage Solicited O. S. ROGERS, Praptinal Hnrep?hnor I luuuuui MUlOb UllUbll LAS VEGAS, N. M.J Nos. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west end ot unage. Special attention given to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith- ing and woodwork. All work promptly done and satisfaction I guaranteed. JOHN HILL, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Manufacturer of Sash and Doors, Mouldings, Scroll Sawing, Surfacing and Matching iinniB Mm I and Offloe Corner ef Blanohard street and Urand avenue. EAST LAS VEGA NEW MKT Wad Block, Railroad Ave., Mrs. Wm. Qoin, Prop. Tables Served With EVERYTHING THE SEASON AFFORDS, Cooked and Served in tbe Highest Order. Meals, 25o. Board by week, 5, A trial will convince you of the merits of THB MODEL RESTAURANT. PKINIX MEAT MARKET, J. S, Dillon, Prop. Dealer In all kinds of FRESH MEATS, HAMS AND BACON. Fish 1 Game and Poultry in Season. ORDERS SOLICITED. I F. J. MR, CHAFFIN & HOKNE, Livery and Sale Stable. GOOD KIS AND LIVELY, GENTLE .TEAMS. Tents and Camping Outfits Furnished Free with Team Hire. Horses boarded by the day or month. Will keep on hand all kinds of Hay, Grain and Teed. Lowest prices guaranteed. Agents for the Rushford and Newton Wagons. Give us a cull. DOUGLAS AVENUE, EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. (Sucoossor to - WHOLES AMD HABDW IE LWm, SiSH, Paints, OiJ Cerrillos Hard EAST LAS VEGAS, S TKLKFHOJiK No. B8 Good delivered New Mexico Planing Mill S. -tV. Prop. BUILDING MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS AND STYLES SASH, DOORS, SCREEN, ETC. Special Prices to Contractors and Builders, In Lumber Shingles, etc. Estimates cheerfully furnished- to contractors. Office and Mill Corner Seventh and Jackson Streets, East Las Vegas. ' TELEPHONE 68. CEJISrrRAIv hotel, MRS. R. FLINT, Prop. Centrally Located. Good Accommodations. Bates, $1.25 per Day. Board and Boom $5 and $6 per Week. General , Land Grants, Improved Ranches, Native Cattle, Improved Cattle, Cattle Ranges, Horses and Sheep, Real Estate. Stc. Land Scrip of all Kinds, Territorial and County Warrants. Gen eral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under the United States Land Laws. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO J. H. TEITLEBAUM. The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co. TEITLEBAUM 109 Sixth Street, Opposite JUTTING IT Milwaukee Keg Beer, Whiskies. per gal. Boar Mesh Bourbon (2.00 " " " 2.26 " " " 2.50 Samples OKLT5o,-Fts.l5c,Fts.25o Qt 9.60c Finer Whiskies, per gal. White House Club $3 00 U. 8. Club 8 25 "Carlisle", Bole Agent 8.50 Samples 10c, Halt Fts. 25c, Fts. 50o, Qts. tl. Finest Whiskies, feb gal. John Hannlng -. $4.00 Belle of Anderson 4.26 Guckenheimer 6.80 McBrajer, Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone SAMPLES, ONLY lOo. Half-pints 85c, Fints 65c, Quarts, $1.25. 5c per glass. 50c per gallon. Bottled Beer, 10c, 18c, 20c, & 25c Per bottle. Sole Agent for Carlisle" Whisky, (3.60 per gallon. California and Native Wines from 2So per Bottle, and $1 per Oallon, up. JIVBear entrance from Lincoln Are., between Optio Office and Bosenthal Bros, r. 9. 'Tress the Button, We'll do the rest." MERCHANTS' LUNCH Is now Served at the Noon Hour, at the llnnrfnuartoro short rd iiuuuuuui iuiu . DINNER servedin o'clock, at of the season can be had. OLARK & FORSYTHE, Prop'rs. MILLS & KOOGLER, Successors to T. B. MILLS, Established in 1878. ' I Real Estate, Mining f Insurance Agts. , Represent the Royal Exchange Assurance Company, , . of London, England ; Assets $23,000,000. County and school bonds bons-ht and .nlrl. R.at f.nitDia. -1 1 t- . ties. Lareelistof ranch and imnrovmi nrnturii. nH n.anviwn " ? Trr. ' r h' ,nH.th0i MUv 'ai T'ir"1' P"oe vaauv ksaV f V0S1D , JJJLs AGUA PURA WHOLESALE PURE MOUNTAIN ICE Laics am storage in Lai Jtm Hot Sprimi canon. : A.rL33.-u.sil Capacity 50,000 Tono Our Ice it pure, firm and clear, and gives entire satisfaction to our many patrons. Office; 620 Douglas Ave., Coon Bros.) BIT ATX, DIALIB IH DOOBS, BHDS, YARHISRIS and Glass, arid Soft CoaL - NEW MEXICO free In city. Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. M. Broker. . .. F. SAVILLK, Mob' & SAVILLE, , San Miguel National Bank. DOWN F1NR. Cigars From (1 per box n Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos oto 25o per lb. Sole Agent for 'RAILSPLITTIB" Cigar. ' 6o Straight (2.15 per box. ; Lunch Counter. the evening from 5 until 7 which time all the delicacies Your patronage solicited. "Ne0 challenge com"petitors. Office 00 COMPANY DEALEJX IN East LasVogas, N,T1 RATH SHOE CO,