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THE DAILY OPTlCi
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Address all letters and telegrams to Tu Optio, least Las Vegas, New Mexico. Backboard Mails. Malls on the Star routes leara Las Vegas as follows : Las Vegas to Fort Bnmner. Inctadln Anton Chlco, Los Oolonals, Kdon, Hanta Rosa and Puerto de Luna, trt-weekly, on uonaay, weauesoay anu rriuay, anu ar rlra on alternate dava of each week. Las Vegas to Fort Bascoin, Including unaperico, uamnns springs, ai uuorvu, D.ll lln m.I. I II . .. i,aa ...1 manlrla on Monday, Wednesday and 'Friday, of acn week, ana arrive on alternate uuyo, Las Vegas to Mora, Including Los Alamos, Bapello, Ban Ygnaclo and lioclad8, trl weeklv. on Tuesday. Thursday and tiatur- day, of each week, and arrive on alternate oays. - Las Vegas to Lesperance, once a week, on Saturday. Oonveyance on Fort Sumner line, is by two-horse buckboard, on Fort Bascomand Mora lines by single-horse buckboard. To Lesperance by private oonveyance usually spring wagon. For President, WILLIAM RlcKINLEY. Of Ohio. For Vice-President, GARRET A. HO BART, Of New Jersey. "To all our products, to those of the mine and the field, as well as those of the shop and factory, to WOOL, the products of the great Industry of sheep husbandry, as v. ell as to the finished woolens of the mill, we promise the most ample protection." National Republican Platform. PROTECTIOV, BIMETALLISM, STATEHOOD TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 21,1896 The Optic has the courage of 1 s convictions, every time, and in future issues the paper will more than amply justify the stand it has boldly taken on the leading issue of the day in every nook and corner of our f lir land. E. O. Ball, the author, at No. 105 South Third street, Brooklyn, N. Y., mails this office a copy of his book, "The People, the Robbers and the Law." As said in an accompanying circular: 'Tbe book is a vote-maker and a great help to public speakers as a reference." And still a rough draft of a demo cratio platform that was not adopted at the Chicago convention, finds place in the advertising columns of the Gov ernor's Own, over in Santa Fe. The editor of that sheet should have the manliness and the courage to ac knowledge the grievous error he made as to the policy of his party on the tariff matter. Will he yet do soP It remains to be seen. The Lordsburg Liberal wants to know if the Territorial republican convention will endorse the national republican platform If it does not do so, ft will not be a repub lican convention. Albuquerque Citizen. It is safe to oonclude that the con vention will not endorse the gold-bug platform. And still it will be a sound ly republican gathering from the view point of New Mexico members of the party, tried and true. too. WE DO. Why don't The Optic tell 'us something about those one hundred republicans flop ping from their party to the free silver ideas, in Las Vegas? Tell the people about it, Russ. We know it up here, but the people generally do not. It things keep on as tjhey have begun, Haona McKinley will not have more than a corporal's guard to support btm. Did you bear dat chicken sneezer Springer Stockman. There hasn't been thai droppinz out of the republican ranks, - down this way, that people even at a short dis tance up the road might be led to be lieve by perhaps designing persons. However, it must be said, in all truth and candor, that the gold plank in the national platform wrankles most keen ly in the bosoms of more than a corporal's guard of republicans in this community. Asa rule, though, they will grin and bear it, at least until it is seen what the Territorial republican convention is going to do about it. Time enough thf n to turn backs and cold-shoulders to the grand old party. Best Hope of the Country. From the El Faso Herald. The best hope of the country now lies in the election of Major McKinley and a republican free silver bouse of representatives. HTATtiUOOU. The republican party of New Mex Ico has always been one of principle. It is ruudo up of men who have firm and patrlotlo ootivlollous on subjects relating to go'v-y-nhiuDlapd',. who"nre united because they agree Iq jAose con victions, ., ' . ' From time to time, new ideas arise, but all are mure or less in line with those that have been " paramount be fore. Thus the great principle cf op position to slavery, which' waa the leading idea in the campaigns of 1856 and 1800, naturally led to a uuanimous determination', to f ustalri Ibej union, when it was attacked by a rebellion in the interest of slavery ; and after the war wns ended,'" to a re-construcilod of the regenerated republic oa the lines of universal liberty and equal rights, formulated in the great con stitutional amendment. : ' Slavery having been destroyed and the nation saved and re-united, the prosperity of the people through the protection of American industries against unduo foreign competition, naturally followed as the great ques tion. When another sinister foreign influence secretly demonetized silver, in 1873, the same idea of Amerioan in dependence and patriotism caused the republican party to be the steadfast friend of bl metallism and the restora tion of the honest money of the con stitution.' In New Mexico, these two princi ples, protection and bi metallism, with the added demand for immediate state hood, have been the leading war cries of the- republican party for years, and proclaimed with all distinctness, in her formal declarations of principles. In the platform of 1890, adopted at Albuquerque, September 13th, by the Territorial convention, theso three principles are. the leading features. In that of 1892, at the convention at Las Vegas, on August 25th, the came ideas are re-iterated, the monetary one tersely and emphatically stating, ''we unqualifiedly favor the full re-monetiza-ti'on of silver." In that of 1894, adopted at Socorro, September 20. h, the party again an nounced its unchanging faith, by reso lutions in favor of protection and state hood, and that ringing resolution in favor of honest bi-metallism, which cannot be too often repeated and which reads as follows: We affirm that the demonetization of sil ver has not only reduced the value of that metal, but by increasing the purchasing power cf gold, has correspondingly de pressed the value of all products and com modities and increased the burden of all debts, thus crushing tha agricultural and other producing classes, as well as the sil ver miners of the country, an 1 no perma nent return of general prosperity can be expected nntil bi-metalllBm is re-established by the free and unlimited coinage of gold and silver, as it existed from the foundation of the government to the year 1873, at the ratio of 16 to 1, which we insist shall be done without waiting for the co operation of any nation or nations, and we call upon all opponents of silver to point to any good that baa come to this country or the world at large by demonetizing silver. We arraign B rover Cleveland as the arch enemy of silver coinage, and the chief sup porter in this country of the monometallic creditor class of Europe; (or the corrupt use of the executive power and patronage in coercing the action of congress on the re peal of the Sherman purchase act; and for the veto of the bill to coin the government silver now lying useless In the treasury, and we charge that the democratic party, while having supreme power in the gov ernment, has not passed any measure whatever favorable to silver coinage, or to the lessening of the burdens of tbe people. This is the latest oGioial utterance of the party in New Mexico, adopted unanimously, and is the platform on which it stands to-day. As we said in commencing, the re publican party of New Mexico is one of prinoiple. Nothing has ocourred since 1894 to abate one j H or tittle of its firm convictions on these subjects. On the contrary, every current event has emphasizid them and demon strated their soundness. When tbe Territorial convention meets in this city, in September, it will no doubt make these declarations still stronger, if words can be found to ac complish that. The republican party of New Mexico will give its enemies no chance to say that it speaks with uncertain sound. It is, of course, a source of regret to good republicans that any others bear ing the party nameshall have taken a different view of the silver question from that which the party at large has always held, and which we continue to hold. But they reoogniza that that action was brought about by peculiar influences from a small section of the country in which the question has never been discussed, is entirely op. posed to all tbe other principles of the party, and, la tbe very nature of things, cannot stand for any time in the face of increasing intelligence and the con tinued pressure of hard times upon the people. At any rate, the faot that cer tain persons in St. Louis, or Chicago, or New York, hold certain views, cannot have any legitimate effect on tbe principles and opinions of others if those others are intelligent, respon sible human beings. Every honest man has felt contempt and disgust for John G. Carlisle, be cause he abandoned his oonviotions and became a mental and moral slave at tbe command of the dispenser of patronage. It is to be hoped that tbe republican party of New Mexico contains no such ItivehtjbfrUe bjf'i-'JtJr.tes. if It tiddti this Is A good tlrlis Id disootfer the til. It is possible that the- plo-eiiters' brigade ill ay oontaln some few foolish enough to think that a lack of prinoiple will be tbe road to office, and InconsUtent enough to abandon tbeir oonvlciions, In their oBger rush for suoh oflloe, but if the party contains such men, it is best that its hoaest members should know It. Meanwbilo, let everyone understand that the republican party of New Mexico stands for Protection, Free Coinage and Statehood; and that all who believe in these great principles, find their natural and only proper borne wit bin its body. The People Will Be Baited. From tbe Raton Reporter. The Lv Vegas Optio, a McKinley newspaper, presents two names to the democrats of New Mexioo, Col. T. B. Mills, of Las Vegas, and Col. E. T. Webber, of Santa Fe, as logical candl. dates for delegate to congress, but as serts that the new demooraoy of the Territory will not nominate either one. The gentlemen named may or may not be logical candidates, but it does not follow, because The Optio suggests it, that one of them must receive the nomination. Conventions have a pro voking habit of doing things to suit themselves, and as conventions are made up of delegates direct from the people, it may be said that they do things to suit tbe people,. This being tbe case, it is within the range of pos sibility that Tan Optio and the people are njt in harmony. An Umbrella Thief. To the Editor of the Optic: East Las Vegas, N. M., July 21st, 1896 Whereas, a man by tbe name of James Dougherty, an nmbrella tink er, stopped some time at the VVoosler bouse, and bad a good many cash cus. tomers, and did a thriving business; and whereas, on Saturday morning he left the house under the pretense that he was going to the springs to spend a few dajs; and whereas, there with him went many valuable umbrellas, and to day the anxious owners mourn tbeir loss, I wish all persons that are this man's victims would report tbeir names and losses to this office, that we may warn all other places that be plies bis nefarious practices against him. X Bats. A Democratic Howl. From the Springer Stockman. It is now elven out that CaDt. T. W. Collier, of the Baton Range, will be satisfied if he gets the appointment to be secretary of the Territory. Las Vegas Optio. No, the captain is really entitled to first place, but, alas, it was all fixed up at St. Louis, and Collier was very unfortunate in being absent. We are told that the Range editor was not included in the deal. But they are all doomed to disappointment, as this a silver year. is A Sure Winner. From tbe Albuquerque Citizen. A correspondent of tbe Lordsburg Liberal suggests A. B. Laird, of Gran county, as the republican nominee for congressional delegate. Mr. Laird, if nominated, would make a sure winner, That Powell "Goke." From the Katon Reporter. " The Las Vegas Optic should label its jokes, especially its double action variety. It would not be under the necessity then of degrading itself or misrepresenting its contemporaries. Catron's Choice. From the Springer Stockman. It is said that T. D. Burns, of Kio Arriba county, is Catron's choice for delegate. The Silver City contractors, Messrs baizure & Grabe, have started woi on the completion of the normal school down there. Arrangements have been made, through tbe kindly efforts of C F. Grayson, of the Silver City national oantc, to nave eastern capitalists ad vanoe tbe sum of $4,000, at 6 per cent interest, and wait tbe approval by con gress ana sale ot the bonds appropriat by the last Territorial legislature for tne Denebt of tbe school. The Walther League. Milwaukee, Wis , July 20 The business sessions of the Walther league. a national organization of young Luth erans, commenced, to-day, with dele gates from forty branch societies in at tendance. The proceedings are con ducted in tbe German language. Tbe reports of the officers set forth that tbe necessity for the league was shown by tbe rapid increase in membership, the active co-operation wbiob has been given by the pastors and the close re lations which have been established with congregations. . A GREAT BOOK FREE. When Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., published the first edition of his ereat work. iue people's common Sense Medical Adviser, he announced that after 680,000 copies had been sold at the regular price, $1.50 per copy, the profit on which. would reoav him for the great amount ot laoor and money ex pended in producing it. he would distribute the next half million free. As this number of copies has already been sold, he is now giving away, absolutely free, 500,000 copies 01 mis mosi complete, interesting; and valuable common sense medical work ever published the recipient only being; required to mail to him, at&hove address, twenty-one (ai) one-cent stamps to cover cosi 01 mailing only, ana tne doqk will be sent post - paid. It is a veritable medical library, complete in one volume. Contains 1008 pages, profusely illustrated. The Fret Edition is precisely the same as that sold at $1.50 except only that the books are in strong manilla paper covers instead of cloth. 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Alfalfa, Grain and Fruits grow to perfection. , Choice Prairie or Mountain Grazing Lands, Well watered and with good shelter, interspersed with fine ranches suitable for raising grains and fruits, in size of tracts to suit purchaser. Large Pastures For Lease, For long terms of years, fenced or nnfenced: shipping facilities over two railroads. GOLD MLIIMe. . - On this Grant, nf ar Its western boundary, are situated tbe famous Gold Mining Districts of EMZABKTHTOWH and BALOY, where mines have been successfully operated for 25 years, and new, rich discoveries were made la 1895, In Ihe vicinity of the new camps of HEMATITE and HARRY BLUFF, as rich as any camp in Colo rado, but with lots of as vet unlocated ground open to prospectors on terms similar to, and as favorable as, the United States Government Laws and Kegulations. 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. For further particulars and pamphlets, apply to THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT COMPANY. Raton, New Mexico. INDIAN SOCIETY". The Education of tbe Nation's Wards Is Under Serious Consideration. St. Paul, Minn., July 20 The an nual meeting of the National Indian Educational society bas brought to this city between 300 and 400 teachers, supervisors, superintendents and other officials connected with tbe work Of Indian education. .The object of the convention, which will continue for (our days in tbe representative chamber of'be capitol, is to discuss the work and to make new plans for more effec tive efforts in tbe future. Tbere are now about 22,000 scholars on the rolls of the Indian schools, and the govern ment appropriations for tbe past year amount to $2,000,000. The introduction of the field-matron system, under which a large number of specially fitted women are to ba em ployed to make bouse to house visita tions among tbe Indians, and by ex ample and direction instruct the women in domestio economy, is to be brought up for consideration. The scheme is strongly endorsed by Hon. VV. N. Kill mann, of Washington, tbe superinten dent of Indian education, and bis sn pervisors. OmClAL DIRECTOR). FEDERAL. Thomas B. Cation Delegate to Congress W. T. Thornton Governor Lorlon Miller Hecretarv Thos. Smith ....Chlet Justice N. O. Collier, S-5-Tn.'iVAu Associates a'. D. Bants. Felix Martinet. . .Clerk 1th Judicial District Charles F, Easier Surveyor-General Charles M. Shannon United states Collector U. o. District Attorney Edward L. Hall U. 8. Marshal W. H. Loomls DeDutv U. 8. Marshal J. W. Fleming ..U.S. Coal Mine Inspector James H. Walker, Santa fe, Keg. Land office Pedro Delgado,Sauta Fe Kec. Land Office jonnu. Bryan, Las uruces,ueg. Lana Office Jas. P. Ascarate.LasCruces.Rec. LandOfflce Richard Young.Boswell.. ..Reg. Land Office W. H. Cos grove, Boswell...Bac. Land Office John C. Black , Clayton ...... Reg. Land Office Joseph 8. Holland. Clayton.Bec, LandOfflce TEBEITOBIAL,' r n xri Dll.l. n . J. H. Crist, Diet. Attorney Santa Fe R.L.Young ' Lasoruces Thos. J. WUkerton " Albnquerque a. tx. rimim ' .....silver uicv H. H. Dougherty . Socorro ueo. ucuormirc -. Baton A. A. Jones " Las Vegas JOUD rraurun " ttOSwell Jose Seirura T.lhrarlan W. a. Wyllys Clerk Supreme Court K. u.jjergmann oupt. penitentiary Geo. W. Knaebel ..Adjutant General Samuel Eldodt Treasurer Marcellno Garcia Auditor Amado Ohaves Supt. Public Instruction u. a, nan uoai uii inspector DIRECTORS OF THE INSANE ASYLUM. B. V. Long..... President Lorenio Lopes Vice-President carl w. wuaenstein........Bec'y and Treas Benlgno Romero Frank 8. Crosson Dr. J. Marron Medical SUDerintendnni Geo. W. Ward Steward Mrs. Oamalla dinger Matron 00UBT OF PRIVATE LAVS 0LAIHS. Joseph B. Beed, of Iowa, Chief Justice. associate justices Wilbur F. stone, ot uoiorauo; xnomaa u. suiter, or Nortn Carolina; William M. Murray, of Tennes see; Henry u. ttiuss, ot nanBas. manuew u. jwynoius, oi uissouri, u. a. Attorney. CATTLK SANITARY BOABD W.H.Jack chairman. Silver City M.N.Chaffln.... first dlstnct.East Las Vegas M.S.Otero socond district, Albuquerque B.G HeetC. third district. watrous J.F.HInkle filth district. Lower Penasco JT.A.LaBce secretary, Las Vegas 00UHTT. F. O. de Baca i Gregorlo Flores County Commissioners Gregorlo Varela ...........Probate Judge Patricio Gonzales Probate Clerk Jose G. Montano... .Assessor Hllarlo Romero.. Sheriff Diomcio alanines Carlos Gabaldon Collector Adelaiao uonsaies,..scnooi superintendent Henry Goke ....". Treasurer F. M. Jones Surveyor Jesus Ma. Prada Coroner LAS VEGAS PRECINCTS. Simon Aragon... .Justice of the Peace, No. t u. u. aeuaca - -- - B.8. Wooster Antonlno Zubla "64 out of fast lab vegas. F. K. Olney ...... Mayor T. F. Clay Marshal B.Perry Treasurer J. B. Moore Recorder K. v. Long.. Attorney Dr. M. W. Bobbins. Physician uomnKswortn . J. K.. Martin 1 . Forsvtha.... W. H. Barber L. Hamblln T Kline .Aldermen L. H Hofmelster.. A. X. itogers BOAJU) OV 1DUCATIOII. J. A. Carruth .......President V. HedKCocfc Vice-President John York Secretary O. . Perrr... Treasurer Members First ward, Alfred B. Smith, Geo. V. Beed; second ward, LO, Fort.W. S. McLean; third ward, Edward lienry. J, D. Howard; fourth ward, O. V. Uedg- coce, J. A. O arruth. NEW MEXICO BOABD OF HEA'TH. R. Tipton, If. D., President.... Las Vegas B.Easterdar . K D..V-Pres. . .Albuquerque Francis U.Atklnx, M.D.,8ec....s:.Las Vegas H.Sloan. M. D.. Treai Santa Fe Wm. Efrgert, H. D Santa F. . J . euuier, h, u uaion v.uunmngnam, st. u Jt. lam vea Douglas Ave. Butcher Shop. Pre ah rinnh marirm rmrmixrtkti Hntlw KUM more meat for t dollar, than fcoy maiket A In thn nllv. of Laud For' Sale Robt. L. M. Ross, Real. Estate AND INSURANCE AGENT. Prices to Silt tie Times, Lots from $100 up. SOLE AGENT of the Hill-site Town Co. addition, and tbe Eldo-. rado Town Co. lower addition. Residences, Business Properties, Loans, Mortgages and Securities. Desirable Aere Properties; Faims under Irrigation Ditches. Office on 2D FLOOR TAUME OPERA HOUSE. E. LAS VEGAS. Now located on Sixth street, two doors north of the Fostoffice, A Specialty. The Finest Line of Stoves and Steel Ranges . In the City. Heating apparatus, heavy sheet Iron work, etc, contracted for ac the bottom price. Let us figure on your work. PHtENIX MEAT MARKET, J. S, Dillon, Prop. . Dealer In all kinds of FRESH MEATS, HAMS AND BAO0N, Fish, Game and Poultry in Season. ORDERS SOLICITED. S. PATTY Handles the Only 1 Hange Stores IN THE MARKET. . SEE TEEM! Plumbing Tinning. O. S. Rogers, Practical Horse-Shoer, LAS VEGAS, 8. M.' . noa. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west end of 1 i I Special attention given 1 6 brand ing irons, and general blixksmith- mg and woodwork. AH work promptly done and satisfaction guaranteed. JOHN HILL, CONTBACTOR ani BniMK. Uanofaetarer of ' Sash and Doors, ' r Mouldings, Scroll Sawing, ! 'f Surfacing and Matching Jlciinine: MUM and Office Comer of Bianobsrd street and Brand arenur. EAST LAS VESA NEW tO I L Mil Ward Block, Railroad. Art., Mrs. Wm. Coin,. Prop. Tab! es Seryed With EVERYTHiNC IHE SEASON ATFOISS, trial will convince yon of tbe merits of TTTR MfiTiWT Tt pot a tmi term THE MOD'JL RESTAURANT. p. j. mm, TMliaiuPlMuM Stee OHAFFlN 4 HOltNJi) Livery and Sale Stable. GOOD 1UUS 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 Feed. Lowest Rushford and Newton Wagons. DOUGLAS AVB.NDE, (Bacoossoi to Coon Bros.) WHOLESAI.B AHD ESTAIL DSALKB IH HABDWABE. LUHBEB. SASH, Paints, Oil Cerrillos Hard EAST LAS VEGAS, TKLIIPHOHK Ho. 06 Goods delivered New Mexico BUILDING MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS AND STYLES SASH, DOORS, SCREEN, ETC. Special Piices lo Contractors and Builders, In Lumber Shingles, etc. Office and Mill Corner Seventh and Jackson Streets, East Laa Vegas. TELEPHONE 68. Sample and Club Rooms, Corner Sixth Street and Douglas Avenue, " CHRIS SELLMAN, Proprietor. "Choicest brands of imported and domestic wines, liquors and cigars always iii stock. Polite and attentive mixologists in attendance, day and night. The patronage of gentlemen solicited. , F1LIX MJ&JMINMM. General Broker. Land Grants, Improved Ranches, Native Cattle, Improved Cattle, Cattle Ranges, Horses and Sheep, Real Estate. 2tc. - Land Scrip of all Kinds, Territorial and County Warrants. Gen eral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under the United States Land Laws. US VEGAS, NEW MEXICO J. H. TEITLEBAUM. Ihe Cash Liquori Cigar and Tobacco Co. TEITLEBAUM & SAVILLE, 100 Sixth Street, Opposite San Miguel National Bank. UUTT1NQ IT Milwaukee Keg Beer, 5c per glass. 50c per gallon. Bottled Beer, .Whiskies. Sour Mash Bourbon 2.25 " " " 2.50 Samples only 5c,tf-Pt8.15e,Pt8.25o Qts.SOc Finer Whiskies, per gat,. White House Club $3.00 U. 8. Club 8 25 "Carlisle", Sole Agent 8.50 Samples 10c, Half Fts. 25c, Fts. 50c, Qts. $1. Finest Whiskies. per gal. John Hsnnlng .. . . , .... $4.00 Belle of Anderson 4.25 Guckenheimer...' 6.60 McBrajer, Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone SAMPLES, ONLY lOo. Half-pints 35c, Pints 65e, Quarts, $1.25. 10c, 18c, 20c, & 25d Per bottle. Sole Agent for "Carlisle" Whisky, $3.60 per gallon. California and Native Wines from 25o per Bottle, and $1 per Hallon, up. 9"Bear entrance from Lincoln Are., between Optio Office and Rosenthal Bros.-e P. 8. "Press the Button. We'll do the rest." " MERCHANTS' LUNCH Is now Served at the Noon Hour, at the ' iioadqua rtflfQ I lulu DINNER served in the evening from j until "7 - o'clock, at which time ,n the dtlicacie4:-.-V.-;of the season can be had. Your patronage solicited. " OLARK & FORSYTHE, Prop'rs. ' MILLS & KOOGLER, Successors to T. B. MTr.T.R c.i.kii.i, i io-o ' 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 told. Best facilities for plHcine; such securi , J?' list of ranch and improved property, and over 8.000,000 acres of timber B d e Bt lIUV su,ht. t pricfci which challenge competitor.. Office oa AGUA PURA COMPANY WHOLESALE DEALER IK PURE MOUNTAIN ICE laics &ii SIcrsge to Las Veias Hot Springs Canon. I -A-rjLTLiiaa. Capacity 50,000 Torxa Oar Ice is pure, firm, and clear, and gives entire satisfaction ' to our many patrons. Office: 620 Douglas Ave., East Las Vegas, N. M prices guaranteed. , Agents for the Give us a call. EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. BOOBS, EMS, f ABSISHES and Glass, and Soft Coal. - KEW MEXICO tree In elt. Planing Mill Estimates cheerfully furnished to contractors. MTflBI SHOE 0 Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. M. F. SAVILLE, Mob DOWN FINK. u PER GAL. ..... $2.00 Cigars Frouit$l per box n Chewing and Smoking Tobaceos o m 25o per lb. a Sole Agent for Railsplittkr" Cigar. Bo Straight $2.15 per box. Short Order Lunch Counter.