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THE DAILY OPTIC.
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Address all le'ters and telegrams to Thk Optio, 8 KaatLaiVigai. New Mexico. Buckboard Mails. Main on tba Star routes leave Lai Vegas Las Vegas to Fort Sumner. Includln Anton Cblco, Los Oolonals, Kden. Santa Bosa and Puerto de Luna, tri weekly, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and ar rive on alternate days of eacb week. Las Vegas to Fort Bascom, Including Ohaperlto. Galllnai Springs, El Cuervo, Bell Ranch, liberty and Kndee, trl-weekly, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, of each week, and arrive on alternate days. Lai Vegai to Mora, Including Loi Alamos, Bapello, Ban Ygnacto and Koclada, tri weekly, on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day, of eacb week, and arrive on alternate 4 Las Vegas to Lesperance, onca a week, On Saturday. Conveyance on Fort Sumner line, is oy two-borse buckboard, on Fort Bascom and Mora lines by single-horse buckboard, To Lesperance by privata conveyance usually spring wagon. For President, william Mckinley. O! Ohio. For Vice-President, GARRET A. HUB ART, Of New Jersey. "To all our products, to those of the mine and tbe field, as well as those of tbe ihop and factory, to WOOLi, tbe products of. the great Industry of sheep husbandry, as well as to the finished woolens of the mill, we promise the most ample protection." National Republican Platform. THURSDAY EVENING. JULY 16, 1896 Judge L. Bradford Prince might not be able to get the nomination for congress at the Las Vegas convention, but he would certainly be elected, if nominated. Delegate Catron will have a dead easy race, next fall, in this Territory. The re publican majority in each county will be increased. Albuquerque Citizen. We only wish it were so, Tom, bat it isn't. Something should be done that may likely not take place. The fact of the matter is that tbe republicans of New Mexico have a big fight on their hands, with their present loggy en vironments and provoking entangle ments. The national republican executive committee Is constituted as follows, with the ninth member yet to be se lected at this writing: M. A. Hanna chairman, Cleveland ;Wm. M. Oaborne, secretary, Boston ; Gen. Powell Clay' ton, Arkansas; Charles G. Dawes, Illinois; W. T. Durbin, Indiana; Cyrus Leland, Kansas; Joseph II. Mauley, Maine; Hon. M. S. Quay, Pecnsylva rxia; H. C. Payne,-Wisconsin ; N. B Scott, West Virginia. Avert important decision has been reached by the' commissioner of the general land ofl':ce, in which under letter of July 3d, 1896, it is held that an excess of expenditure in any one year may apply to any other year. For ex ample, upon making nnal proof on desert land, if the total expenditure re quired by law has been made in the third, or in one yoar, it will be consid ered as having complied with the law relating to annual expenditure. Wk are informed from San Diego, California, that William Clendenio, wno, in itsvi, was sentenced to serve fourteen years in tbe San Quentin penitentiary, for the attempted murder of a former Las Vegas attorney, Judge W. L. Pierce, now judge of the su perior court, department three, at San Diego, died in prison on tbe 4th of July. Death was due to consumption. Clendenio was a good prisoner, and had reduced bis time so that be had only two years and five months to serve. The crime he committed was cold-blooded. Judge Pieroe had awarded the care and custody of a demented child of the Clendenins to the mother, and this was the cause of Clendenin'8 animosity. He met Judge Pierce on a street, one after noon, and deliberately fired a bullet into tbe judge's back, the ball passing clear through his body. Only an iron constitution brought the victim through. Clcndenin pleaded insanity, but was convicted, and sentenced by Judgs Puterbnugh. His ex-wife is in Arizona. A STUPID MIH8TATKMKNT. The national deuiocratla platform, ftl finally adopted at Oulcago, doesn't contain lo much as a syllable about discriminating particularly against the wool, hide, sheep, cattle and other live stock Interests ot tbe south and west. Will the demi ?ratlc Journals who have statod otherwise b fair enough to make th carrectlonr-LAi Via. is Optio. We were antouUlied to find suoh a dis creditable paragraph as tba foregoing in the editorial columns of I'm Optio, for we have heretofore oredlted the editor of that nuper with rather more than ordinary joi'rnallstio Intelligence and honesty, but it he dldu't kuow that tbe paragraph quoted was false when hi penned it, be was stupidly Ignorant, and it be knew it was false, he has written himself down as a dishonest man wtnso utteranoei are un worthy of credence. He may select which ever born of this dilemma happens to tult him. New Mexican. Gov. Thornton's man Friday on the New Mexican should at least know uuJugh about current politics to know that the tariff section of the national demooralio platform w-s amended, after the first rough drafts of it bad been wired to tbe country. At finally adopted, it evaddS tbe wool Industry and reads that tush duties should be made to boar equally throughout the country and ml disorimlnate as to olasaes or seotions. Bat here is the plank. Let il speak for itself : We bold that tariff duties should be levied solely for the purposes of revenue, and that taxation should be limited by tba needs of the government, honestly and economically administered. ' We denounce as disturbing to business the republican threat to restore the McKinley law, which has been twice condemned by tbe people In national elections, and which, enacted un der tbe false plea of protection to home In dustry, proved a proliQo breeder of trust! and monopolies, enriching the few at the expense of the many, restricted trade and deprived tbe producers of the great Ameri can staples of access to their natural mar kets. -: THE WOOL, PLANK. The McKinley league, of Philadel phia, sends cut the republican tariff plank hoisted at the head of The Optic's editorial columns, with a cir cular letter, worded as follows: The above is a copy of a plank in the platform of the republican party. It means It McKinley is eleoted president, next November, the republican party will insist upon a restoration of an ample duty on wool. It is a sacred pledge to the wool industry that tbey shall have their busi ness as fully protected ai any other indus try in tbe land. This promise il made voluntarily, willingly, and cheerfully by tbe republican party, a party of which it can be said it has never in its history broken a pledge, or failed to keep a promise once made. Tbe restoration ot a duty upia wool means hundreds ot thousands of dol lars in favor of the Americau wool-grow ers. It means protection against tbe cheap pauper-grown ' wools ot o'.her countries, and no other party will or can accomplish lo great a benefit for the wool-growers. The losses of the last three years are beyond computation, but you now have an opportunity to aid in; re 3 tor ing tbe old prosperous times, and of anni hilating tha party which, in 1893, deceived you with the promise that free wool meant higher prices; you can help to do it; therefore, we suggest that the wool-grow era form themselves Into clubs or associa tions, for in union there is strength ; work from now till November to induce every wool-grower and every merchant or friend to join your association, and use every honorable means for tbe election of 'McKinley and Bobart," and a duty on wool. DEMOCRACY'S LOGICAL CANDI DATE. If tbe new democratio party had the real courage of its convictions, now that it has swallowed tbemejir portion of the Omaha populi&tio platform, would endorse Hon. Theodore B. Mills, of Las Vegas, by making him its can didate for delegate, or by nominating Col. E. T. Webber, of Santa Fe, for that highly honorable and lucrative po aition. Such would be the natural course of the new democracy, but, in asmuch as their platform is only a po litical maneuver by which tbey seek .to mask their piracy, neither Col. Mills nor Col. Webber will receive the sup pert of those who will control the aff iirs of democratio populism. What the apostles of the new democracy need is a mouther of word;, an endorser cf anarchy, a man who can shriek in fran. tic denunciation his opposition to law and order; an iconoclast and phrase maker, who can play upon tbe preju dices and discontent of tbe masses. Such a disciple of disorder has not yet come to the front in New Mexico's democracy. New policies produce new material, and there is no doubt thai tbe demo-pop convention this fall will pro duce a bowling Jacobin, whose vio lence and virulence of speech will make even Col. Webber regret that be ever said : "Revolution and riot, rapine and hunger, are tbe only remedies heroic enough for existing conditions !" Thrre Is said to be a contingent of re publicans in Santa Fe county that desires to push Thomas D. Burns, of Bio Arriba county, for tha congressional nomination. However, the Bee does not take much stock in the story. San Marcial Bee. x nere may oe more significance to the "story" than you think indeed, it is understood, up this way, that LeicgaiB matron mmsei? declared at St. Louis that he would suoDort Mr Burns for tbe delegateship. Burns is an excellent man and would be a pop ular candidate at the present crisis in the financial affairs of the nation, even though he be an ardent advocate of tbe rights and privilege of tbe white metal. The tax oollestions In Grant oonntv for June amounted to $20,489.89, and were turned over to tbe county and Territorial treasurers, bv CollHntnr Lnird. The amount of taxes oollected for June 1896, were about 80 per cent, i . . i . - in excess in inose coueoted for the same month In 1895, down there. Nqiiio the) Individual, From tba ftlnoon Weekly. ' We would advise a certain man, formerly a resident of Ohio, who aspires to tbe governorship of Now Mexico, to keep hands off, or else be may learn something wbioh be would perhaps prefer be left unsaid. Tbe republican party of New Mexico docs not want him. L. C. Blakeslee, of Baldy, who has been In Raton, tbe past few days, re ports everything In that camp going alongsmoDihly. Several leases have been made on tbe properties there and three of the mills have been started up treat ing: ores from the "Montezuma, " "Frenoo Henry," "Smuggler" and "Gorilla" mines. Pablo Baoa was analgned before Justice ot the Peace Lincoln, of Finos Altos, Grant county, upon a charge ol unlawfully drawing a deadly weapon upon the family of Juan Derma He was bound over In tbe sum of $250 to await the action of the grand jury. Bjing unable to furnish bonds, he was lodged in jiil. 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Whereas, information has just reached me that upon tbe 1Kb day of June, A, D., lbHO, Levi Uelrzsteln and Uerelildo Ualle- goi were murdered in the county of Guad alupe, and Territory of New Mexico by parties unknowu, and wbo are now fugi tives from justice: Now, therefore, for tbe purpose of se curing tbe arrest and conviction of said fugitives, l, w. r. inornton, governor of the Territory of New Mexico, by virtue of tbe authority in me vested, do hereby offer a reward of five hundred ($500) dollars eaob for the arrest and delivery to tbe sheriff of Guadalupe county, of the mur derers who committed the crime, tbe' total reward sot to exceed the Bum of one thous and dollars and to be payable out of any mooey in the Territorial treasury appropri ated for rewards for the 47th fiscal year, upon conviction of said criminals. Done at the executive oSlce, this, the 19th day of June, A. D. 1890. Witness my band and tbe great seal of tbe Territory of New Nextco. HEAL W . T. THOBNTOlt, Governor of New Ilex loo. By the Governor: Loiuon Miller, Secretary of tbe Territory of N. M. It behooves every citizen in city, town and country to keep posted on tbe stirring events that will occur in this country and in the old world within tbe 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 in 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,' ot St. Louis. It Is the most progressive journal in the United States, and in eaob. issue it gives the latest political news of all parties in the field, the latest general news of tbe world and many valuable speoial feat area besides. This model newspaper is delivered twice-a-week by mail for only $1 a year, or less than one cent copy. Tbe price of the Daily and Sun day Republic has recently been reduced to only $o a year by mail. Rates to City of Mexico. LasVkoaS, N. M., March 9th, 1896. Round trip rates to City ot Mexico, from Las Vegas, $66.70. Going limit, sixty days, with final return limit, of six months from date or. sale. RATES TO PHOENIX. Tourist rates to rnoenix, Anc, and re turn from Las Vegas, $48.60. Limits, fifteen days, in each directiou. with final limit of six months, tf C. F. Jones. Agent. Under the laws of the Territory, all able-bodied male persons over the age of twenty-one years, are required to pay a poll tax ot $1 for school pur poses, payable in the district ip which said person resides. There is no ex. emption on account of age, non citizenship or any other ground, except that ol physical disability. 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ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y. Notice of Administration. Notice Is hereby given that thn under signed having been appointed and qualified by the honorable probata court of San Miguel county a administratrix of the es tate of 8 K. Boardman, deceased, hereby by these presents gives notice to all those parties lnde'.ted to the raid notate to call and settle with her. and all those holriimr accounts against the estate to present their accounts within the time prescribed by law. Mas. M.J Hoardman. 61-118W Administratrix. Lai Veoas, N. M., July 7th, im. 1 w jjc lv rien testlt The Maxwell Situated in New Mexico and. Colorado, On 1 ha Atchison, Topeka & Santt Fe, and i Un'on Pacific, Denver ,& Gulf Railways. ISOO.OOO acres of Land For Sale Farming Lands Under Irrigation Systems: In tracts of 20 arr s and upwards, wilh perpetual water rights, cheap, and on easy terms of 10 annual p.-y nent, with 7 per cent, interest. Alfalfa, Grain and Fruits grow io perfection. Choice Prairie or Mountain Well watered and with good shelter, interspersed with floe ranches suitable for raising grains and fruits, in aire of traots to suit purchaser. Large Pastures For Lease, For long terms of years, fenced or unfenced; shipping facilities over two railroads. OOILaII MINM9. On this Grant, near Its western boundary, are situated tbe famous Gold Mining Districts of ELIZABETHTOWN and BALDY, where mines bare been successfully operated for 2'i yesrs. and new, rich discoveries were made in 1M15, In the vinlnity of tbe new camps of HEMATITE and HARrlY BLUFF, as rich as any camp In Colo rado, but witb lots of as yet unloeated ground open to pro peotors on terms similar to, and as favorable as, the United States Government Laws and Regulations. Stage leaves every morning, these camps. Title Perfect, founded on United decisions of the U. S. Supreme Court. For further particulars and pamphlets, apply to THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT COMPANY. Raton, New Mexico. Some Ready Information. The following statistical Information should be cut out and pasted on your of fice desk for future and frequent refer ence: DISTANCES rBOM LAS VEGAS. - Miles Miles Pueblo a) Topeka 720 Uclilson 770 Kansas City 186 at. Units 1,068 Chicago 1,275 Washington 8,088 Philadelphia .... 3,007 Baton , HO Springer 70 aou Mound r Watrous 20 8aa Miguel 30 Glorleta 6ft Lamy 6ft Santa Fe as Cerrllloi... 82 Albuquerque 132 Los Lunas 152 New lorn i,ia Boston S 4H Tucson 6 Socorro 208 San Marcial 2 Las Cruces Hit Kl Paso 8SH Demlng 86S Silver City 411 Trlnldaa Mi La Junta 216 Denver 806 Oblbuahua 612 Oltyof Mexico... 1.61! Los Angeles ......1,0S San Diego 1,008 San Francisco... 1.S4S Guayinas 006 L. V. Hot Springs. ...6 WlilteOaks, direct, .1(W Galveston , direct.. 703 AJLTITUDB Of VARIOUS PLACES. Mora 704SlSDark'i Ranch.. .8572 Hot Sp'gs Pare.. 6767 Chicago 693 Springer. 6m Kansas City 766 wai atrous Raton -I'uuntl ....Kii Glorleta 7432 Continental Di vide on A.AP ....7266 flagstaff 6886 Needles 477 Salt Lake City.... 4226 Las Vegas U:2 Smta re 7018 Albuquerque ....600H Socorro 46B5 Kl Paso 8862 Leadvllle lOofil Denver 6aoo During a storm at Santa Fe, light nicg struck aud shattered the fine flag pole at the military academy. Up to Date 1806. The most complete tariff text book ever published is tbe new edition ot Tariff Facts tor Speakers and Stu dents," defender document No. 9 260 pages, just out. Publisher, tbe Amen can Protective Tariff league. Cam paign text books issued just before the election are.ot little value. Tbe tariff league is to be congratulated on its foresight in Petting out Its band book so early in tbe year. Order by nam ber only. Sent to any address for twenty-five cents. Address VV. F Wakeman, general secretary, 135 West twenty-third street, New York. 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Dealer in all kinds of FRESH MEATS, HAMS AND BACON, Fish, Game and Poultry in Season ORDERS SOLICITED. THE LAS VEGAS Street Railway, JOHN SHANK, Manager. Can every fifteen minutes, from 8. a. m. , to 8 p. m. 800 tickets for 5 00 ..100 tickers for 3.50 85 tickets for (1.00 Land Grant Grazing Lands, except Sundays, from Springer for - States Patent and confirmed by Robt, L. M, Ross, Real Estate AND INSURANCE AGENT. Prices lo Suit tbe 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; Faimi nnder irrigation uitcnes. umoe on 20 FL0O!t TAMME OPERA H0U3E. E. LAS VE0AS. Now located on Sixth street, two doors north of tbe PostofHoe, TiMipflPMig A Specialty. The Finest Line of Stoves and Steel Ranges In the City.' Heating apparatus, heavy sheet Iron work, etc, contracted for at the bottom price, ijet us figure on your work. JOHN HILL, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER. Manufacturer ot Sash and Doors, Mouldings, Scroll Sawing, Surfacing and Matching Planlnff Mill and Office Corner of Bianchard itreet and urand avenue. BAST LAS VEGA NEW HEX Ward Block, Railroad Ave., Mrs. Wm. Coin, Prop. . , Tables Served With EVERYTHING THE SEASON AFFORDS, Cooked and Served in tbe Highest Order. Meals, 25o. Board by meek, $5. A trial will convince you cf the merits ol THE MODEL RESTAURANT. 2Ek Douglas Ave. Butcher urdSB- ranch eggs received dally. Sell more meat for a dollar, than any market in me city. I oo lomp Dollar Mil LUO IIUIIU milll J. K. SMITH, Prop'r. Looatlon: On the hot springs branch rail way, East Lai Vegai, New Mexioo. BRAN, FLOUR, GRAIN AND FEED. Yonr Patronage Soliolteil Montezuma Restaurant Center St., Bast Las Vegas. CHARLES WRIGHT, Prop'r. Best Twenty-five Cent Meals in Town Tables supplied witn evervtmnK tfie mar ket arxords. ratronage solicited. J. 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John Banning t-t.OO Bf lie of Anderson . 4.25 Guckenheimer 5.50 McBraver, Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone SAMPLES, ONLY lOo. Half-pints 35c, Pints 65c, Quarts, $1.25. 6c per glass. 50n per gallon. Bottled Beer, 10c, 15c, 20c, & 25. Per boltle. Sole Agent for "Carlisle" Whisky, t3.50 per gallon. California and Native Wines from 25o per Bottle, and $1 per Halloa, up. AVRear entrance from Lincoln Ave., between Optic Office and Rosenthal Bros.-BS. r.S. "Press the Button, We'll do the rest." MERCHANTS' LUNCH Is now Served at Headquarters DlfJfJJ-R served in the evening from 5 until 7 "!t '' j o'clock, at which time all the dtlicacics of the season can be had. Your patronage solicited. Clark & Forsyth e, Prop Vs. MILLS & KOOGLER, Successor! to T. B. MILLS, Established in 1878. Real Estate, Mining $ Insurance Agts. Represent the Royal Exchange Assurance Company, of London, England ; Assets $23,000,000. Countv and school bonds bouerbt and sold. Best facilities for nlxr-W .,,.1. ...n.i. ties. 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