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THfi iAU:Y OPTIG. R. A. Klru:a, C:;tr ! rroir!tr. Ulltm'Oll lit t' postiiUi I 'i' ' mulls a a sii"j.n! h K.wt l.m Veins, N, M,, i-.iii.-ii1.-.nlim tiii'iiutsu thu (IlI ICIAl, CU'ISHOl-'lNM (JITT, Pii''Ji!l Notice. Las Vkoas luii.i ornu Delivered by mail, poat-ii'.tid, Hii.oo ier annum; $-'.uo for tlx mimriisi i'lM tur tlirce mouths, By car Nor, 'i rents p-.-r weuk Lad Vk(..h WuniU.T Oitio 3'J columns, fle llvortiilb;' mall, postpuld, fuuu per an num, Jl.W i.:r ix months, Jl.iM for three minuln. filnKlK ( oplimln win ppors, ft cents, 8uni)lo coiil' S ot 'Kith dully and wookly, inllJ fi"' wiion (lfcHiml. cilve postoillce address In full, lii('Hiili:'H state. OOBKKHI'UNIlBNlJM .'Oil f lill.'.HR NKW, solici ted fr-:ii nil parts or tlia en'm'ry. Uom muuKvitlmu a'lcli'Hggiiil to the editor of Tint oi'i'io. fo liirtuvo ut t mtlon, should t Bocumminled liv the writer'! full name and address, not fur publication, hut as a Kiiarutity or good faith. BBMirrAStins Muy he o'adeby draff, money order, postal note, express or registered letter ot our rlslc. Address nil letters and toletfrims to - Thk optio, Kast I as Vega. New Mexico. For President, william Mckinley. . Of Ohio. For Vice-President, GAttKKT A. IIOISART, 01 New Jersey. SATURDAY EVENING. JULY 11, 1896. Political transformation scenes are the order of the day. Mil. WniTNuY, who weDt to Chicago to harmonise matti rs, was not a very brilliant success, at harmonizing, to judge from the results. CiiAKUiS A. Spikss, of Santi Fr, is very' favorably spoken of es the repub lican nominee for the legislative coun cil in Santa Fo county. Good choice that would ba. PnoTKcnoN wui laKu care of our industries. With prosperous indus tries, the peoplo of the entire cauntry will be proiperouj. Ths election of William McICmlpy meaus both. Light votes was the sum total of the supporters of Senator Teller in the Chicago convention. Rather hard on the 8 'imtor, for, upon general princi ples, he is a v)iy able and good man. This Optio is fir ihu republican nominees, national, Territorial, legis lative and county. And we will fight it i u'. on that line till the votes are cast and counted and honestly de clared. The latter part of September, say the 23d, would be u very good day whereupon to hold the republican Ter ritorial coavention la Lis Vegas, for tbe nomination of a candidate for dele gate to the lifiy-fifth congress. The democratic platform, as just adopted at Chicago, is a curious sort of a jungle, and is meant to catch the vote3 of people, easily stuffed and easily led. It romains to be seen if theso classes constitute a majority of the 12,000,000 voters of this country. Messrs. Carh and Betts, of Grant county, have taeen about twenty voters with them in their exit from the re publican camp into the populist-democratic wilderness. But Grant county always was rather uncertain in politics and This Optic presumes it will be no worse hereafter than it has been in the past. The Cleveland administration was not endorsed by the democratic nation al convention at Chicago. And it is very probable that a goodly part Of tbe present democratic administration will not endorse the democratic ticket at the polls in November, It is a long lano that has no turning, and Mr Cleveland's turn will come on the next election day. ISrws reaches The Optic that there is grest commotion among the Navaj ) Indians and that an outbreak ot the 20,000 Navajo warriors is foared. It seems that Tillman's speech, delivered on Thursday, in the Chicago conven tion, Is being circulated among them and they are now thirsting for the gore of the g )ld. bugs and for the blood of the sound-money men. l KSTEitDAi it rained on trs unjust and the just in Santa Fo. The news of the nomination of W. J. Bryan as a candidate for the presidency reached the ancient" during the rain and there was great rejoicing among the populace and the democratic federal officeholders. A band was hired and marched around the plazi, over there, playing "Dixie," and twen'.y small boys fired off giant crackers; then the fe'teral officeholders went and took a drink in a body, it is said, and every body was Lnppy. The incident- was very dramatic and highly Interesting and addtd greatly to tbe confidence and .self-esteem of the democracy cf Santa Fe ouunty. 7 Si I ! proved by the statement! of lea 4.llCo mk druggliU everywhere, ihow that the people have an abiding eonudenca In Hood s Barsjiparllla. Great Ci i vnc Proved by the voluntary state U Tfjti mcnts of thousands of men and women show that Hood's SarsuparlUa ac tually does possess , - Dviiuav ovor ,laoas0 by purifying, en rOVltr rlchhig and Invigorating the blood, upon which not only health but lift Itself depends. The great Q..nec ' Hood's Sarsaparllla In uULLUoD (iirlng others warrants you In believing that a faithful use of Hood' Barsupnrllla will cure you If you suffer Irom any trouble caused by Impure blood. Sarsaparilla Ts the One True Blood Purifier. All druggist, ft l'rcpared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Ma. ... re r to Uk. easy nOOU 8 fills to operate. assent. Tim LAS VKOAS DELEGATE la the press telegrams from the Chicago convention, wn are informed that the most important ohange la lb platform, after it bad been drifted in committed, was that suggested by A A. Jones of this city, declaring In explicit terms for the admission of Ne Mexico and ' Arizona as states. ' 1 speaking of the matter, the Globe Democrat says, telegraphically: A paragraph declaring sympathy with tbe effjrts of the Territories to attain statehood aroused some debate, Mr. Jones, of Mew Mexico, contending for tbe loser Hod, In lieu of tbe plank reported by the sub-committee, of tbe platform declara tlon ot 181)2, which take explicit ground in favor of the admission ot the Territories of New M xico and Arizona and other Territories as tbey may be able to show their capability of conducting the affiirs of a state. He deolared that if tbe demo crat!o convention would take this position it would make tbe Tarritorles democratic wben tbey became state. The amendment suggested by tbe gen tleman from New Mexioo wa adopted. Tub passsiog of David Bennett Hill and William Collins Whitney is likely to cost the democratic ticket many vote In November. Aloys Scheuricb is in Santa Fe from Taos. Me brings good reports from ib.i mines of that region. English capitalists arrived there last week to close the deal for the Frasier group of gold mines, paying $I25,0U0 tberetor and a number of Colorado and Chicac capitalists are now at Amizett investi gutiug properties. Tbe Steeple Rock gold ' mining and millirig company, incorporated under tbe laws of Colorado, has bled a cerlih cate with the Territorial secretary, a Santa Fe, designating Carlisle, Grant countv, as its principal place of bust upss and Thomas McEoiry, of Carlisle, as the agent in New Mexico. Geo. Wheaton, commanding the department of the Colorado, has visit ed Fort WiDgate. What plan he may suggest relative to tbe re building of the pus: or tbe transfer of troops, has not vet been divulged.. Tbe fire, it appears, was even more serious than at first reported. Ernmett Trotter, the driver for Wells bargo txpres; company, who was duwu in southern California on a re cuperative trip, returned to Albuquer que, and hopes to be able to resume bis duties in a few days. During his absence, Eugene leekley had charge of the wagon. C. W. Johnston and wife, Mrs. Mar tba B Johnston, the latter traveling correrp indent for tbe Man and Tunes. of Des Moines, Iowa, passed through Albuquerque for Santa Fe, after a pro tracted visit to Mexico. The man who stands idly by and sees the life fading out ot nis wile's face, sees her health going, sees her be- co in in if old and faded and wrinkled when she should still be in the perfect enjoyment of vie. orous, useful health. is either less than a man or else does not know of the one remedy which will brim? her back to health and strensrth. Perhaps her husband cannot persuade het to go to her doctor, because she naturally dreads the inevitable examinations and local treatments. " He can persuade her. if she needs persuasion, to take Dr. Pierce' Favorite Prescription, mis truly wonder ful medicine has cured hundreds of women after the best physicians have failed. It has been in constant use and tested every day for thirty years., It isn't an -experiment, there are no chances about it It i a certain cure for all derangements, weak ncsses, irregularities and displacements of iC.te,rnai oreans peculiar to women. IANH0GD I1U 11 1 i General and Nervous Debility. weakness of Body ana Hind, Effects ot Errors or Excesses In Old or Younfr. Robust, Noble Manhood ful I y Restored. How to Knlariro and (Strengthen Weak, Un developed Portions of Rnriv. Ahunlntnlv nil. lailingHomeTreatment. ill III Benefits in a day. Men testify from CO States and Foreign Countries. Send for Descriptive Book, ex planation and proofs, mailed (sealed! free. ERIE MEOIGAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y. JOHN HILL, COKTBACTOR ad BDILDSB Manufacturer of Sash and Doors, Mouldings, Scroll Sawing, Surfacing and Matching Jlttnisxe: Mill and Office Corner ef Blanohard street and urana avenue. EASX U8 TEQA KIr7 U.8X rsmm The fullowiurf ikutOll bt tbe CModjto homltlee Is taken ffddi the Ldittfl'es diiMtBecovdtotWH William Jennlngi Bryan, of Lincoln, ws born in Salem, Martsn ooUuty, Illinois, March 19th, 1860; attended public school uutll fifteen year of age, spendloK bis va cations on tbe farm; In the fall of 1875, entered Whipple aoademy, at Jackson ville, Illinois; entered Illinois coll-ga Jacksonville, in 1877: completed a olasii cal course and wa graduated with th highest honor in 1881; attended Union oollegeof law, Chicago, Illinois, for two year, during which time be was connect ed with tbe ollioe ol ex-Benator Lyman Trumbull; began tbe practice of bli pro fession at Jacksonville; removed to Lin coln, Nebraska, October 1st, 1887, and be came a member of the firm of Talbot & Br j an; never held an eleatlve office prior to bis election to congress; was elected to the fifty-second and re-elected to tbe fifty' third congress a a democrat, reoelvlng 13 784 votes, against 13,0(4 vote for Allen W. Field, republican, 803 vote for K. W. Maxwell, populist, and 8,409 vote for Jerome Bbamp, independent. Bt-foro the eleotioo of 1894, Mr. Bryan refused re-nomination as con gressman and campa'jned f jr election to tbe United States senate. II n pint form for the 16 to 1 free coinage cf ether caused Morton and other( ad ministration demoorats to fight him bitterly. He was, however, nominated by tbe state democratic convention. Two Joint debates, at Linooln and at Omaha, respectively, with John M. Thurston, the republican candidate for the senatorsbip, attracted muoh at tention. The legislature was, how- ever, republican, and Thurston was elected. During the past two years, and es pecially Bince bis defeat for the senate, Mr. Bryan bas been leoturing on finan olal topics in every state in the union. Ia a recent interesting sketch of W, J. Bryan, Champ Clark, tbe Missouri orator and statesman, after drawing a comparison between Samuel J. Ran dall and Mr. Bryan, thus describes tbe latter: Jn four years' service, Bryan established a far greater reputation than did Kandall in the same length of time. Indeed, it may be laid without any extravagance. that wben Bryan quit congress he bad a widespread fame as Randall had when be died, after twenty year of congress, Whether tbe Nebraskan plowed his idea as deeply into the minds of men a did the Pennsylvania, is an entirely different Question; for as late as 1891 the line of cleavage made by Randall In the demo cratic party on the tariff was easily dis cernible to tbe naked eye, when seventeen of bis disciples bolted tbe Wilson bill, and several others bad tbe will to bolt, but lacked tbe courage. Bryan is a collegiate loholar, and bas stowed away in bis capacious cranium much of the golden grain of wisdom and little of tbe busks, and it Is all there for use, either as argument or embellishment. Borne men are so ugly and ungainly that it is a positive advantage to them as publio soeakers. Borne are so handsome and graceful that they are on gosd terms with the audience before they' open their lips. Of the latter class, Bryan is a shining ex ample. His appearance Is a passport to the affections of bis fellow men. Considerable water is reported in the Rio Grande at San Marcial. Tbe water came down tbe Rio Fuerco, which empties into tbe Rio Grande just above San Marcial. CATARRH local"disease and is the result of colds and sudden climatic changes. For your Protection we positively state that this remedy does not contain mercury or any other injur ious drag. Ely's Cream Balm ia acknowledged to be the most thorooeh care Nasal Catarrh. Cold in Head and Hav Fever ol for of all remedies. It opens and cleanses the nasal passages, allays pain and inflammation, heals the sores, pro tects the membrane from colds, restores the sense or taste and smell, race sue at Druggists or by mail. ELY BROTHERS, M Warren Street, Mew York. S. PATTY Handles the Only Steel Bale Stores IN THE MARKET. E3 TOHIEllvdlJ Plumbing ! Tinning. O. S. ROGERS, Practical Horse-Stioer LAS VEGAS, N. M.J No. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west end o oriage. Special attention eiven to brand mg irons, and general blacksmith mg and woodwork. All work promptly done and satisfaction guaranteed. Robt.1. M.Ross, Real Estate AND INSURANCE AGENT. rices to Suit tie Tie., Lots from $100 up. SOLE AGENT of the Hill-site Town Co. addition, and the Eldo rado Town Co. lower addition. Residences, Business Properties, ioans, Mortgages and Securities. Desirable Aor. Procerus: Fum, Irrigation Ditobe. Office on (0 FL00 TAN VI OPERA N USE, , IA YIDA!. wa,wai,iiiiiisiisanwfjji ' i i mi m. ieuniafa lit mm the Swollen Flesh. The Most Wonderful Cure from this Disease in Modern Medical Annals. Is There Anything to Compare in Misery and Suffering With It. from the Chronicle, Chicago, SI, It wm fbnr year ago next month that Mrs. M. M. Hoyt, who live at 2429 Went worth Avenue, came to Chicago. She wa at that time bed-ridden, suffering from in flammatory rheumatism and not able to raiao her feet from the floor. One of the best physioian In Chicago treated her here three weeks but was. unable to effect even relief.' He gave up her ease, believing nothing eould be done for her and that she bad but a few day to live. In ipeaking of her sufferings and the re lief and permanent eure effected later she ayt "When I was five year old I wa taken down with inflammatory rheumatism, but after a comparatively short time it pass ed off. and I was free from all it symptoms until I wa fourteen year old. Then I had another attack, of which I wa cured, and did not have a lick day until four year ago Christmas afternoon 1892. "I had lived twenty-ix year In Lndlng ton, Michigan, and fourteen year in Man istee, Mlohigan, both town being cituated on the lake. The weather in both place is even mora damp, more raw and in winter colder than It is here. In Manistee for many year I oonduoted a dressmaking establish ment which I carried on until f wa taken sick. I knew all the prominent people in Manistee and it was hard for me to close my business and leave all the people I had known there for year. My four children, all of whom are married, lived in other States. One daughter lived in Chicago and being advised to change climate I came here. The attack on that Christmas afternoon came without warning. I was suddenly taken with chill and rheumatlo fever, which grew worse day by day. Manistee physicians did all they could for me, but I was helpless in bed until the end of May 1893. The physi cians advised me to leave the shores of the lake and especially Manistee. I took their advice and came to Chicago. "Rheumatism wa in my hands, my feet and my head, in fact it wo all over me bo lide haying heart failure. I could not think of leaving my chair. I was unable to eomb my hair, 1 was practically helpless at the time I came to Chicago. Do you see all thoee white scar on my hands f Well, let me tell yon how I got them. My hands be came fearfully swollen with the rheuma tism and "were smooth and shiny just like a piece of glass. The skin by tl-.e swelling was stretched to such a point that it burst wherever you see the scars and from tbe wounds oame water for quite a long time. My sufferings were almost unbearable, and tried the treatment of one of Chicago' oldest and best physicians. I took his medi cine for three weeks, but only grew worse. I became so nervous that I could not sleep and my stomach became so weak, whether from the strong drags or my general debili tated condition I know t-ct, but it was diffi cult for me to retain any solid food. He gave up my ease and advis id me to send for my husband. " I knew by that advice, that he did not give me much longer to live. Instead I went to one of my daughters who lives in the southern part of Indiana, in Elnora, Davis County, where her husband, Asa Haitr, was one of the prominent merchants. I believed the climate there, being away from the in fluences of Lake Michigan might help me. I had been in Elnora about one week, not feeling any better, when one day I received from ray daughter in Chicago three boxes of Dr. Hams' Pink Pills for Pole People, telling me in her letter that she had read in a newspaper ef the wouflewul cures they had effected. That she had gone to the wo men the newspaper spoke about and found thenr and they told her every word said about them was true. She pleaded that I try theso pill and perhaps I would find the tame benefit. I did not hesitate, as any thing that promised relief let alone a cure I wa oniy too glad to try. I commenced tak ing them, two pill three time a day. The Maxwell Situated in New Mexico and Colorado, On ihe Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, and Un!on Pacific, Denver ,& Gulf Railways. I.Sillllllll! Farming Lands Under Irrigation Systems: In tracts of 20 acres and upwards, with perpetual water rights, cheap, and on easy terms of 10 interest. Alfalfa, Grain and Fruits grow to perfection. Choice Prairie or Mountain Grazing Lands, Well watered and with good shelter, interspersed with floe ranohes suitable lor raising grains and fruit, in size Large Pastures For Lease, For long term of years, fenced ranroaas. ' . aoiij On this Grant, near its western houndnrv. rn ait.nnini th fnmnn. ftnM Mlnlno Districts of ELIZA BET HTO WIS and BALDY. where mines hflvA hnAn annnARafiillv operated for 26 yers, and new, rich discoveries were maJe in 1895, in Ihe vicinity ol the new camps of HEMATITE and HARRY BLUFF, as rich a. unv ramn In r.nln. rado, but with lots of as yet unlocated ground open to projectors on terms similar to, and as favorable as, tbe United States Government Laws and Regulations. btage leaves every morning, i.1 m - 1 llie Perfect, founded on United uecisions oi tne u . o. oupreme court. For further particulars and pamphlets, apply to THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT COMPANY. Raton. New Mexico. F. J. Cffll, Now located on Sixth street, two doors north of the Postoffloe, 1 A Specialty. The Finest Line of Stoves and Steel Ranges In the City. Heating apparatus, heavy sheet iron work, etc., contracted for at tbe bottom price. Let us figure on your work. p. Douglas Jive. Butcher Shop. Fresh ranch egg received daily. Sell more meat for a dollar, than any market la the oity. TMMulflPl DUE I had not been mvself or walk. able to comb my hair, dress myself or walk, and had to be fed durin, babe. Well, the first nil ine all this time like a Well, the first pills I remember dis- tinotlv. I took on a Saturday, and the follow ing Monday I found this improvement namely, my nerve seemed to be firmer ana my pains less. I wish to state that at tbi time, for the last four months I had not slept over an hour at a time, had Buffered so great ly from nervous prostration, to the extent that the least noise would completely upset me and make me shake like one having the ague. This Monday evening I was sitting in my chair, and bear in mind, my daughter's house was full of company making more or less noise, all tending to keep me nervous. With all that I commenced to feel easier, a strange and quieting feeling I had not experienced since that Christmas afternoon I was stricken down. I called to my daughter and said, 'Ada, I don't know what has come over me, I feel so restful and actually feel sleepy, I think I will try to go to sleep.' I could see that she wa surprised and pleased. Imme diately she undressed me ana put me to bed. "I slept soundly from 9 o'clock till 1 o'clock in the morning, and that mind yon with a house full of people. I remained awake but a short time, feeling better than I hod for months, and went into a sound sleep, never waking till 7 o'clock in the morning. It was very hot down there in August, but from that time I slept and rested well. Then I felt and saw an improvement gradually go ing on. The first thing I noticed waa, that tne swelling in my nanus was K"ing uown, iff and after several week assume ea I their natur al shape, and the tightly drawn skin, which looked like glass disappeared altogether as well as tne pain, ceiore mis time wnen ever I tried to close my hands my finger joints would crack and the same cracking sounds I heard when I bent my elbows or tried to raise my arm as high as my shoul ders. All this left me and also all the fierco rheumatio pains all through my body. I came back to Chicago entirely enred, feel ing hale and hearty, and that after havir.g used the miraculous Pink Pills of Dr. Wit liams' for abont four months. I suppose I had taken during theso four month about one and a half dozen boxes. "It is now over three years ago that all this happened, and I have never felt better in my lite. Yon can see for yourself that I am pretty spry on my feet. I have no pain, no aches nor anything that would suggest to me now, the terrible time I had then. There is another thing I wish to say in regard to the Pink Pills, which to me signifies a great deal. That is when the weather changes, from extreme heat to extreme cold, or from dry weather to raw, damp, chilly weather, es we had the past two weeks, and have every little while in Chicago all the year around, I lcel twinges and little pains In my shoul ders or in my arm. or perhaps it may be in my side, all I have to do is to take a few of the pills for a day or so and they take every luii il-hi ion ui uiutw imui KWKf. "With the exception of the periods when the weather i frightfully miserable, I have not taken any pills since I was cured. And the pills 1 have taken since have not been for my old trouble, but simply for colds which have tried to 6ettle in some parts of my body, and which the pills have instantly driven out. I also wish to state that the pill have cured my heart trouble, and in fact I am In perfect health in every respect." (Signed.) MBS. M. M. IfOYT. Sworn to and subscribed before me this yzna aay oi April, laws. A. F. POKTMAN, Notary Public , Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are now given to the publio as an Unfailing blood builder and nerve restorer, curing all forms of weakness arising from a watery con dition of the blood or shattered nerves. The pills are sold by all dealers, or will be sent posi pum on receipt oi price, oo cents a Dox or six boxes for $2.50 (they are never sold in duik or oy mo iuui, Dy addressing Dr. Wil. liams' Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y. Land Grant 0 annual payments, with 7 per cent, ot tracts to suit purchaser. or nnfenced; shipping facilities over two MINES. except Sundays, from Springer for - ' o States Patent and confirmed by Las Vegas Roller J. It. SMITH, Prop'r. Looatlon : On the hot springs branch rail way, East Las Vegas, New Mexioo. BRAN. FLOUR, GRAIN AND FEED. Your Patronage Solicited, 111 II r Ward Block, Railroad Ave., Mrs. Win. Goin, Prop. 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