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THE DAILY OPTIC.
R. A. KI3TL13K, Editor and Proprietor. Kntnroa at the Kuat Las Vegas, N. M., postotnco (or transmission throUKll the main as tecond-ulass luuttur. orriuiAL i'afkh or this on I. Special Notice. Las Vboai daily (ii'Tio-Dellvered by mall, post-paid, 111). Uu per annum j la.uo for six months i t'JJW lor throe moDtln, lly car rier, K cent! per weuk. IiAS Vboas Whkklt Oi'Tio is columns, de livered ty mall, post-paid, M.00 per an num, II. outer six months, 790 (or three months. Minnie conies In wrappers, Scents. Sample copies ot fiotli dully and weekly, mailed (ree when desired. Olve postottlce address In dill, Inclurti nir state. 0 )HRBSi'ONnKN0K (Jontiilu'.ns Nitwn, solici ted from all parts n( the country. Com munications addressed to the editor of Thb optio, to Insure attontlon, should be accompanied ly the writer's (ull name and address, not (or publication, but as a guaranty of Rood faith. Bbmittanokr May bo made by draft.money order, postal note, express or registered letter at our risk. Address all letters and telegrams to Tub Optio, Kast Las Vegas, New Mexico. .' For President, william Mckinley. Of Ohio. For.Vice-President, GARRET A." HOB ART, Ot New Jersey. "To all our products, to those of tbe mine and tbe field, as well as those of tb shop aud factory., to AVOOIi, the produots of tbe great Industry of sheep husbandry as well as to the finished woolens of tbe mill, wa timmtaA ihn most amnle Drotection." National Republican Platform. PROTECTION, BIMETALLISM, STATEHOOD FRIDAY EVENING. JULY 81, 1896 GOOD POLITICS. We are in tbe midst of a presidential campaign in which everybody is sup posed to take some interest. Politics from this time on until election day will receive the thoughtful considers tion of all the people. There is a sense in which the study and pursuit of poli tics is one of the highest and noblest duties of citizenship, la a free coun try, and there are few civilized coun tries to-day in which the people are not admitted to a greater or less share in public affairs in making their own laws and regulating their own taxes, tbe man wbo affects to despise or d is like politics is in reality wanting in a proper sense of what he owes to soci. ety, to bis fellow-man and to his coun try. In our country, where the people, id theory, rule in all things, they only fail to rule practically so far as they neglect their duties and allow that which should be the pride and the business of every citizen to become the profession and trade ot the selfish and unscrupu lous. It is to be regretted that there should be two kind of politics, and that the. worse should be so much more familiarly known than the better There are many reasons why politic? should be regarded as the first study and tbe greatest interest of every citi zen, in which it should form a'! part ol every man's edmalioa, be' taught in all our schools and colleges be the especial mission of the press, and at times receive the earnest support aud enoourage ment of the pulpit that politics which is but an application to public affairs of the principles of morality and religion, and in the interest of tbe peace, prosperity and 6afety of tho peo ple. This is the sort cf politics whicl will appeal to women, wives and to mothers, as well as to all men, for it? aims are not limited to the business of carrying elections and capturing of fices. In this sort of politics, which has for its aim tbe improvement of so ciety, tbe correction of abuses, the promotion of good government, then is no reason why good men and women should not work together, and ulti mately give even tbe tarnished narm of politician and the term politics itseli new dignity and honor. The Optic Is and has been honest and clean in politics. It has nevei been a part of political schemes oi trickery. It has never bad tbe patron age of political boodlers, therefore tbi stand it takes in this campaign is known to be honest and this carrier weight with the people. We believt in protection, and we believe in tht free coinage of silver.. B th these great principles are not embodied In any one of tbe political platforms be fore the people, to-day. But in thU Territory, where no electoral votes if had, it is possible that good men can be selected to fill the publio offices, who represent both protection and bi metallism. This would be consistent and reasonable. Wby can not the re publican party of this Territory take this stand P It is the hope that the party has to win and to not disin. ' tegrate, I Thk Optic standi on independent ani neutral ground and rogreti ei. ccodlngly to sou members of the grand old party widening tbe broach In their owu ranks. Why can not the meetings at the city hall and at Judgo Wooster's oftlue, Saturday evening, be consolidated and a reconciliation rcaobodP Th re. publicaus In tbis .territory have no business to bring a calamity on the Tho New Hilvcr Certificate. From the New Mexican. A friund ot Hon. Amado Cbaves sends blm from Washington one of the now silver certificates, a most beautiful and artistlo production issued on tbe 2 J i'd instant by tba. treasury depart ment. It is a veritable greenback, in tne center oi woicn is me ueaomina tional figure and ou either side of wbiob is a picture of George and Martha Washington. Tho front shows a pic ture of Washington City In the dis tanco, tbe book cf tbe constitution open, and a reclining mother pointing thereto with ber left band wbile clasp ing her son with her right "History iostruoiiogyoulh." The certificate de clares "ibat there has been deposited in tbe treasury of tbe United States one si.ver dollar, payable to tbe bearer on demand." These new certificates are far ahead of tbe yellow backed paper currency heretofore issued as silver cer lifioaies by tbe government. The Catskill Branch. Last Saturday's flood entirely de stroyed the Catskill branch of the Union Pacifio, Denver & Gulf road, forty miles in length, running from Tiinidad, Colo , to the Maxwell land grant in New Mexico. It was known that the road was disabled, but the wires being down, tbe extent of the injury was not learned until yesterday, when a party ot inspectors came in. So complete baa been the destruction of the road-bed that tbe receiver said to-day that he thought tbe old line would be abandoned, and a new sur vey made over a more desirable route. Tbe line is a valuable one, as nearly all the railroad ties used in this section of the country come from the vicinity of Catskill. A Nice Gold Bar. From tbe Denver Post. W. II. Ferris, of Denver, has fust returned after a two weeks' trip to Elizabethtown, N. M. He brings back with him a $1,200 gold retort, weigh ing sixty-nine ounces, representing a two weeks' run in tbe "Ajax" mine, from the stamp mill of the company, lie says that in a two months' opera tion of the mine, the company has taken out nearly $ 3,000. The ore body being unusually large, is anywhere from 100 to 200 feet thick and there is about 600 feet in sight. The Lynch placers : were sold last week to New York parties for $155,- 000. Fallen From Grace. From tbe Silver City Independent. Tho Independent regrets sincerely the very inconsistent and vacillating position occupied by The Optic, for tbe reason that that journal has always been found in the foreground of ad vancement and has ably defended its attitude on the loading questions of the day. But now, in a vital moment, it has fallen from grace. The OrTic, in common with all the repub licad papers in the west and south, are surely in a very embarrassed position, and in their efforts to explain, tbey are rendered the objects of derision. Read Out of the Party. From the Pueblo Chieftain. Tbe decision of the republican com wit tee, yesterday, at Denver, that i will not consider any supporter of Bryan and Sewall, as a member of the republican party, is nonsense. might as well attempt to read such person out of American cit'zscsbip, or attempt to decree that nobody shall eat bread without some certain . brand of Iowa butter on it. When Others Fall " Hood's Sarsaparllla builds un the weakened shattered system by giving Vigorous action to the digestive organs creating an appetite, and purifying the blood. It Is prepared by modern methods, possesses the greatest curative pow ers and has the most: wonderful record of ac tual cures of any medicine. Try it. Hood's Pill cure nausea, sick headache. indigestion, Biliousness. Bold by all druggist. The family of J. M. Lahey, road master of the Silver City & Northern railroad, arrived a few days since from for (land, Oregon, and will locate at Hanover permanently. Tourist Rates to the Qrand Canon. From Las Vegas to Grand Canon cf tbe Colorado river and return, $53 60. Thirty days' transit limit in each direction. tonal return limit, ninety days from date oi sale, rne stage will leave Flagstaff, on tiondays, Weduesdavs and Fridavs. con necting with our through California trains in eacn direction. Returning, it will leave the Grand Canon Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Tbe riae to toe canon is over a good road and occupies about eleven hours. Stations have been established along tbe route and at tbe canon for the accommodation of tourists. C. F. Jones, Agent. , The owners of the Ajax" mine, up u Jytzabethtown, have been offered $250,000 for tbeir mine, but laugh: d it the offer, as from present indica tions it is worth many millions. A business man Is not the most patient creature in the world. He cannot wait to hear any long-drawn-out story of the cause of his ailment. He doesn't care two straws about a fine spun theory of how he should treat him self. He may be predisposed to scrof ula, or consumption. "That." he will tell you " has nothing to do with the case." He wants to be well. If he can be cured, write out a prescription and send in your bill. So, here's the first part of the proposition. ur. rierce's lioiden Medical Discovery is a microbe hunter and killer. Many persons of scrofulous blood, encourage the breaking out of unsightly sores, to prevent the dis ease going to the lungs. There is no need of this state of dread and discomfort. Purify the blood. It can be done. Golden Medical Discovery " will cure 08 per cent. of all consumptive cases, also of all other lingering, bronchial, throat and lung diseases Sold by all medicine dealers. Mexican Central Railway, From the sea to the clouds. Passing mod era cities and ancient monuments, titan, dard guage in everything management, ideas and treatment of patrons, Tbe only line In tbe Republic running; Pullman pal ace buffet sleeping oars between the cap ital aud points In the Uolttd Htates. Cheap rates and prompt service, For full partic ulars call ou or address J. F. Donouok, tf Com 'I Ageut, El Paso. Texas. Chas Ddnnls, manager of theGeorga town silver properties, is shipping ore to tbe smelter at Ivanboe, N. M, It behooves every citizen in oily, town and country to keep posted on tbe stirring events that will oocur in tbis country and in tbe old world within the next dIdu months. Tbe re sults will Bffoot all, personally, dlreotly or indireo.ly. Tbis nation is on tbe eve of the most exoiting presidential campaign in Its history, European politics are in a very complicated state, and scientists are applying tbeir diaooveries 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 Twico a-Week Republic, of Si. Louis. It is the most progressive journal in the United States, and in each issue it gives tbe latest political news of all parties in the field, the latest general news ot tbe world and many valuable special feat, ures besides. Tbis model newspaper is delivered twice-a-week by mail for only f 1 a year, or less than one cent a copy. Tbe price of the Daily and Sun day Republic has recently been reduced to only $0 a year by mail. Up to Date 1806. Tbe most oompleto tariff text book ever published is the new edition ot 'Tariff Faots tor Speakers and Stu dents," defender document No. 9260 pages, just out. Publisher, tbe Ameri can Protective Tariff league. Cam paign text books issued just before the eleotion are ot little value. Tne tariff league is to be congratulated on its foresight in getting out Its hand book so early in tbe year. Order by num ber only, bent to any address for twenty-five cents. Address W. F Wakeman, general secretary, 135 West A. Ciauson returned to Raton from Hematite, and brought good reports of the mines in that camp and the several other camps in that vicinity. Some Ready Information. Tbe following statistical Information should be cut out and pasted on your of nee desk for future and frequent refer ence: DISTANCES FBOM LAS VKGA8. Miles Raton no Springer 70 Miles Pueblo Sfi) Topelca 720 Uchlson 770 Wago.i Mound 45 watrous zu San Miguel 291 Ulorleta 65 Lamy 66 Kansas uity 786 St. Louis 1,063 Chicago 1,878 Washington 2,088 Santa Fe a) Cerrlllos 83 Albuquerque 132 Los Lunas 152 Soorro 208 fnnaaeipnia ....2,097 New York 2.187 Boston 2 419 Tucson 608 Ulilliuahua 612 City of Mexico... 1.612 San Marclal 236 Las Oruces Hi J El Pato SSA los Angeies ......1,08.1 San Diego 1,098 Aud Francisco... 1,815 Quaymas 906 Uemlng .... 80S Silver Olty 411 Trinidad l.Hl l. v. Hot springs. La Junta 215 WblteOaks .direct. . 160 Denver ays Galveston, direct.. 70S ALTITUDE OF VARIOUS PLACES. Mora 70481 "liver Pity G022 Spark's Kanch.... 8572 Hot Bd'ks Park.. 6767 Sprlneer..'. 68: omcago 6t)S watrous eia Las Veitas 6152 Kansas uity 765 Raton Tuuutl 7622 SmtaFe 7018; Ulorleta 7432 Albuquerque 6001 continental Di Socorro 46(5 vide on A.&P ....7255 El Paso 86B2 Flagstaff ( Lead vine I0u6i Needles 477 Salt Lake City..,. 4226 Denver 6200 Mrs. V. J. Gossett, sustained the fracture of both bones of the right arm while riding a horse out in Johnson park, Colfax county. The horse threw ber and stepped on ber arm. Rewards Offered. , Whereas, Information has just reached me that upon tbe 11th day of June, A. D. letm, Levi neirzatein and Uerejlldo lialle goj jrere murdered in the county of Guad alupe, and Territory of New Mexico bi parties unknown, and who are now fugl tives from justice: Now, therefore, for the purpose of se coring tbe arrest and conviction of said fugitives, I, W. T. Thornton, governor ot the Territory ot New Mexico, by virtue of tbe authority in me vested, do hereby offer a reward tot five hundred ($500) dollars each 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 sum ot one thous and dollars and to be payable out of any money in tne Territorial treasury appropri atea lor rewards ror the 47th fiscal year, upon conviction of Bald criminals. Done at tbe executive office, this, the HHhday of June, A. D. 1806. Witness my band and tbe great seal of tbe Territory of New Nextco. seal j W . T. Thobntoic, Governor of New Mexico. By the Governor: Lokion Miller, Secretary of the Territory of N. M. Dr. J. W. Kintineer, tinds to take a trip" to short time. - of Eddy, In burope in a Last summer one of our grand chil dren was sick with a severe bowel trouble. Our doctor's remedies had failed, then we tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cbolera and Diarrhoea Renifdy, which gave very speedy relief. We regard it as the best medicine ever put on tne market fjr bowel complaints. Mis. U. Gregory, Fredenckstown, Mo. Tbis certainly is tbe best medi cine ever put on tbe market tor djsen- tery, summer complaint, oolio and cholera infantum in children. It never fails to give prompt relief when used in reasonable time and the plain printed directions are followed. Many mothers have expressed tbeir sincere gratitude for tbe cures it has effected. For sale by K. D. Goodall, Depot Drug Store. The leasers ou J. M. Webster's "Hor net" mine at Tierra Blanca, Sierra county, are worklrg in a pipe of very rich gold and silver ore at present. For your Protection. Catarrh "Cures" or Tonics for Catarrh in liquid form to be taken internally, usually contain either Mercury or Iodide of Potassa, or both, which are injur ious if too long taken. Catarrh is a local, not blood disease, caused by sudden change to cold or damp weather. It starts in the nasal passages, affecting eyes, ears and throat. Cold in the head causes excessive flow of mucus, and, if repeatedly neglected, the re sults of catarrh will follow ; severe pain in tbe head, a roaring sound In the ears, bad breath, and oftentimes an offensive dis charge. The remedy should be quick to allay inflammation and heal the membrane. Ely's Oroam Balm is the acknowledged cure for these troubles and contains no mercury not any injurious, drug. Price, 60 cents. The Maxwell Situated in New Mexico and Colorado, On the Atchison, Topcka & Santi Fc, nnJ Union Pacilic, Denver & Gulf Railways. 11010 acres V w Farming Lands Under Irrigation Systems: In tracts of 20 acr-s and upwards, with perpetual "water rights cneap, and on easy terms of interest. Alfalfa, Grain and Fruits grow to perfection. Choice Prairie or Mountain Grazing Lands, Well watered and with good shelter, Interspersed with fine ranches sultabl lor raisiug grains ana rruits, in sice Large Pastures For Lease, For long terms of years, railroads. fenced GOLD On tbis Orant, near Its western boundary, are situated tbe famous Gold Mining; Districts of ELIZABETHTOWN and BALD Y, where mines have been successfully ui,ru iui Mn.ii, nuu now, riou uiauuvfnus were uia'ie in lo'JO, in IDO Vicinity O the new camps of HEMATITE and HAttttY BLUFF, as rich ai any camp in Colo raae, nut witn lots 01 as yet unlojated ground opan to pro'peotnrs on terms similar to, muu ai laroraDis ns, too united mates uovernment Liwi and Itegulatlons. otage leaves every morning, these camps, Title Perfect, founded on United States Patent decisions of the U. S. Supreme Court. For further particulars and pamphlets, apply to THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT COMPANY. Raton, New Mexico. MOUNTAIN ItESOKTS. Beautiful Places of Retreat for the Health and Pleasure Seeker. Affua Clara Resort. The Agua Clara resort Is situated about eighteen miles from Las Vegas, at tbe foot ot Mineral hill at the junction ot two pic turesque canons, tbe Blue and Tecolote. A beautiful small lake is formed opposite tbe hotel, about which Is a forest of pine, balsam and spruce trees, which make the place very desirable for thosa suffering from lung and throat difficulties. A free carriage leaves the New Optic hotel at 3 p. m. every Monday, transportation both ways furnished without cost to visitors. Tbe hotel is built and furnished for con venience and comfort, aod tbe table is bountifully supplied and the cooking Is first-class. Tbe water is the best to be bad In New Mexico, and comes pure and sparkling from springs iu the mountain side. Kates $fi per week. Further infor mation given at tbis office and at the New Optio hotel. W. E Estks, Prop. Harvey's Mountain Home. This resort Is famous for its comfort, cleanliness, superior table, abundance of rich milk and cream, as well as for its un rivaled scener and numerous near-by points of interest. Tbe best trout flsbing is accessible by short excursions to either branch of the UallinsB. Hermit Peak and grand canon are of easy access. Bur ro's are furnished to gueats for daily riding. The Pecos National Park is within six miles, and is reached by easy trail; expeauioos cn De outntted and guide se cured at tbe ranch. For transportation and terms, inquire ot duuge woosier, jeiasi Lias vepos, or ad dress. H. A. Hakvbt. San Ignaclo Rrsort. The Hermitage is a new hotel situated at the foot of Hermit's Peak, on tbe Sapello river, up among tne pines. It has many advantages not usually found at summer resorts, a good hotel with modern Improve ments and well furnished rooms, a post office is located at this point, aud free tele phone connection is had with Las Vegas, Tbe table is bountifully supplied at all times with all that the season affords Guests wishing to come, can telephone and a conveyance will be sent for them. Rates. i.uu per wee. J. y . lujan f roprietor. Summer Mountain Resort. The El Porvenlr mountain resort will now receive euests for the summer. Tbe most picturesque scenery in America, fine fishing and hunting. Best of hotel ac commodations in New Mexico. For terms for board and lodging, apply to the Ro mero Mercantile Co., Las Vegas. Carriage leaves their store, southwest corner of the plaza, every Saturday and Tuesday morn, ing at 8 o'clook: fare for the round trip. 1 For further information, call at the above esiacimnment. Bute. The Park House. ; Las Vegas Hot Springs. N. M. We still have a tew choice rooms left for those who come early. Tbe most popular house at tne springs. Mr. Bob Britton, late from the east, has charge of tbe kitchen; every thing Is prepared in best ot style. Rates. cents per meal. Room and board tl per wees, ib oie supplied witn tne nest tne market affords. Rooms by tbe day, 60 to 76 cents. Mas. Kate Dennis, 148-tf Manager. To Health-Seekers. Tbe Blske.Rauch. on the bead of tbe Rio Sapello, Is now prepared to receive a limit ed number of boarders. Tbis ranch is located In the heart of tbe mountains, amid tbe most beautiful scenery in the world, where brook trout and wild game offer ample diversion for the nlmrod or anyone seeking out-door sport. It is located only twenty-five miles from Las Vegas, and within eight miles of tbe Rio Pecos, and only three miles from the headwaters of the Rio Gallinas. Address, Address Mrs. J. P. Blake, Roclada, or in aire for conveyances and rates of W. U. Irites, East Las Vegas, N. M. J. P. Blakb, 77-tf ' Roolada. N. M. W. O. Thomas, tbe Las Cruces pho tographer, has opened a photograph gallery in Webster ball, down at Hills- boro. 'A Stitch In Time." A dose of Ayer's Pills has saved many a fit of sickness, but wben a remedy does not happen to be at hand, slight ailments ara liable to be neg lected, and tbe result, frequently, is serious illness; therefore, always be supplied with Ayer's pills. Prof. Alojs Preisser has moved bis assay office into the Laidlaw building, down at Hillsboro, recently purchased by him. None But Ayer's at the World's Fair. Ayer's Sarsapanlla enjoys the es traordioary distinction of having been tbe only blood purifier allowed an ex hibit at the World's fair, Chicago. Manufacturers of other SarsapaiiiTas sought by every means to obtain a bowing of their goods, but tbey were all turned away under tbe ' application of the rule forbidding the entry of patent medicines and nostrums. The decisisD of tbe VVoild's fair authorities in favor of Ayer's Sarsaparllla was in fleet as follows: "Avers Sarsaparllla is not a patent medicine, it does not belong to tbe list of nostrums It is here on Its merits." Land Grant of L;iml For Sale 10 annual payments, with 7 per cent, 01 traols to suit purchaser. 1 or unfenced; shipping facilities over two IvIINri3IS. except Sundays, from Springer for and confirmed by O. S. ROGERS, Practical h'orse-Shoer LAS VEGAS, N. M. Nos. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west and ol bridge. Special attention given to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith. ing and woodwork. All work promptly done and satisfaction guaranteed. F. J. GEHBING, Now located on Sixth street, two doors north of tbe Postoffice, ill 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. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. FEDERAL Thomas B. Cation. W. T. Thornton...- Lorlon Miller Thos. Smith N. O. Collier. 1 .Delegate to Oongress Governor Secretary Chief Justice II. B Hamilton, I . m Tt T.miiriiiin ' t Associates Q. D. itanvz. Felix Martinez. . .Clerk 1th Judicial District Charles F. Kasley Surveyor-General Charles M. Shannon United States Collector U. S. District Attorney Edward L. Hall U.S. Marsbal W. II . Loomls Deputy U. 8. Marshal J. W. Fleming ..U.S. Coal Mine Inspector James H. Walker, Santa Fe.Beg. Land office Pedro DoJgado,8autaFe....Kec. Land Office JohnD. Bryan, Las Cruces, Beg. Land Office Jas. P. Ascarate.Las Oruces, Rec. LandOSce Richard Young, Roswell.. ..Hog. Land Office W. II. Cosgrove, Koswell...R3c. Land Office John C. Black, Clayton Reg. Land Office josepa a. aouauu.uiayion.uec. iuiaumce TEERIT0ELAL.: J. P. Victory Solicitor-General J. H Crist, Diet. Attorney Santa Fe Thos. J. wllkersnn ".- Albuquerque K. Li. ioudr - i.as tiruraa H. M. Dougherty Socorro a. n.. riuniu ouver uitv Geo. mcuoruiici' ....Katon A.A.Jones Las Vegas joua j; mm 1111 KOSWel! Jose SeKura Librarian W. H. Wylljs Clerk Supreme Court K. a. eergmann oupi. enicentlary Geo. W. Knaebel Adjutant General Samuel Klclodt... Treasurer Marceiino uarcia Auditor amaao un&vee aupt. fuoiic instruction u. B. uarc (joal oil Inspectoi DIRECTORS OF THE INSANE ASYLUM E. V. Long President Lorenzo Lonez Vice-President uari w. wuaenstem Becy and areas uenigno i&omero Frank S. Oros.on Dr. J. Marron Medical SUDerlntendent Geo. W. Ward Steward Mrs. Oamella dinger Matron COURT OF PSIVATE LAND 0LAIM8. Joseph R. Heed, of Iowa, Chief Justice. associate justices Wilbur F. Stone, of Oolorado; Thomas O. Fuller, of North Carolina; William M. Murray, of Tennes see; aonrv u. oiucs. ot iLansas. matcnew u. nejnoius. 01 Missouri, u. s. attorney. CATTLK SANITARY BOARD W.H.Jack chairman. Silver Oitv H.N. ( boffin first dlstrlct.Uast Las Vegas M.o.uioro fO!u district, AiDuquerque R.G Ileaf third district. watrous J.F.i:uk!e fifth d'.strlct. Lower Penasitn J.A.LaRue secretary, Las Vegas O. de Raca V Gregorlo Flores S Uonnty Commissioner! uionicio Martiner Gregorlo Vareln .....Probate Jndgr Patricio Gonzales Probato Olerlr Jose G. Montano Assessor Hllarlo Romero , Sheriff Carlos Gabaldon Collector Atieinino uonzaies...scnooi superintendent Henry Goke , Treasurer r . M. jones Burvovnr Jesus ultt. Prada , Coroner LA3 VEflAB PBE0IN0T8. Simon Aragon... .justice of the Peace, No. t U. O.deBaca " M B.8. WooBter " " a Antonlno Zubta . at OUT OF FAST LAS VE0i8. F. K. Olney ....... Mayor 1. r. uiuy marsnai C. K Perry Treasurer J. K. Moori) ( Recorder E. V Long Attorney nr. ai. w. JioDDiuB..,,...,,,..,,..riy8ician u. 11 HiiuK&wuriiu . J. K. Martin B. J . Foreythe.... W. H. Barber K. L. narablln 8. T Kline Aldermen L. H Hofmelster . A. T. itogers, ...... BOARD OF EDUCATION. J. A. Carruth President O. V. Hedgcock Vice-President John York Secretary O Si. Firry Treasurer Mkmbkks First ward, Alfred d. Smith, Geo. V. Reed; second ward, L. 0. Fort, TV. 8. McLean; third ward, Edward Henry. J. M.D.Howard; fourth ward, O. V. Hedj cock, J. A. Carruth. NSW MEXICO BOARD OF HEA'TH. W. R. Tipton, M. D., President... . Las Vegas 6 . S.Kasterday.M D.,V-Pres.. .Albuquerque Francis H.Atkln.j. M.D..Sec....K.Las Vena J. H. Sloan, M. D., Treas Santa Fe Win. KKKert, M. D SaolFe S:fcpiA:-ii."ii::: -vM ran nffand PinmD CHAFFIN Livery and CIOOI) 1UUS AND TEAMS, Tents and Cam pins: Outfits Furnished Free Team Horses boarded by the day or month. Will keep on hand all kinds 01 Hay, Grain and 1 ccd. Lowest prices guaranteed. Agents lor Rushford and Newton Wagons. Give us a call. DOUGLAS AVJiNUB, EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. (Successor WHOLKSAIJt AMD HifflWAE MBEB, S1SH, Painta, Oil Cerrillos Hard EAST LAS VEGAS, . - TELEPHONE No. C8 Goods delivered New Mexico Planing Mill BUILDING MATERIALS. OF ALL KINDS AND STYLES- SASH, DOORS, SCREEN, ETC. Special Prices to Contractors and Builders, In Lumber Shingles, etc. Office and Mill Corner Seventh and Jackson Streets, East Las Vegas. TELEPHONE 68. 5 LA Sample and Club Rooms, Corner Hlxth Street nd Douglas Avenue, CHRIS SELLMAN, Proprietor. Choicest brands of imported and domestic wines, liquors and cigars always in stock. Polite and attentive mixologists in attendance, day and night. The patronage of gentlemen solicited. General Broker. Land Grants, Improved Ranches, Native Cattle, ' Improved Cattle, Cattle Ranges, Horses and Sheep, Real Estate Etc. Land Scrip of all Kinds, Territorial and County Warrants, eral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under the United States LAS VEGAS, J. H. TEITLEBAUM. The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co, TEITLEBAUM & SAVILLE, 109 Sixth Street, Opposite San Miguel National Bank. UKTT1NG IT DOWN FINE. Whiskies. per oal. Sour Mash Bourbon 3.00 " " " ' 2.25 " " " ; 2.50 Samples only 5o, K-Pts,15c,Pts.25o Qts.50c Fijikb Whiskies, pkb gal. White House Club S3.00 U. 8. Club 825 "Carlisle", Bole Agent 3.50 Samples 10c, Half Ft.. 25c, Pts. 50c, Qts. $1. Finest Whiskies, peb oal. John Harming $4.00 Belle of Anderson . 4.25 Guckenhoimer 5.60 McBrayor. Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone SAMPLES, ONLY lOo. Half- pints 36c, Pints 65c, Quarts, $1.25. Milwaukee Keg Beer, 5c per glass. 50c per gallon. Bottled Beer,.-, 10c, 15c, 2Oq,j,05- :?5. Per bottle. Bole Agent; ' for ' Carlisle" Whisky, $3.50 per gallon. California and Native Wines from 25o per Bottle, and $1 per Gallon, up. WKear entrance from Lincoln Ave., between Optio Office and Rosenthal Bros.-i P. 8. "Press the Button. We'll do the rest." MERCHANTS' LUNCH Is now Served at the Noon Hour, at the eadaiiarters DiKfJER served in the evening from 5 until 7 fc'' o'clock, at which time all the dtlicacies of the season can be had. Your patronage solicited. CLARK & FORSYTH E, Prop'rs. MILLS & KOOGLER, ' Successors to T. B. MILLS, Established in 1878. Real Estate, Mining Represent the Royal Exchange Assurance Comnanv ui j-.0uc.1un, ungiana ; ivssets $23,000,000. County and school bonds bouzbt and sold. ties. Larelitof ranch and improved propertv. and over A oon nnn ..? 5?IirI aurls in the sou'h and southwest, at prices Bridge St., Las Vegas. N SI. AGUA PURA WHOLESALE PI IPLC .. Rjni 'Late and Storage in Las .n.n.TjLCil Capacity 50,000 Xono Our Ice is pure, firm and clear, to our many Office: 620 Douglas Ave., East Las Vegas, N. U & IIOllNE, Sale Stable LIVELY, GENTLE with Hire. the to Coon Bros.) BETAIL DXALBB IN I00BS, BIifflBS, TAESISHIS and Glass. and Soft Coal NEW MEXICO tree In olty. Estimates- cheerfully contractors. furnished to Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. M. Gen Land Laws. NEW MEXICO - P. SAVILLE, Man Cigars From i$l per box a Chewing and SmokiDg Tobaccos o m 25c per lb. a Sole Agent for Railsplittke" Cigar. 60 Straight $2.15 per box. RATH SHOE 0 Short Order Lunch Counter. f Insurance Agis. Beat faxilitio. . . which challenge competitors. nmZ COMPANY DEALE.it 121 lMTAIM mr Teias Hot Spricgs Ceeos. and gives entire satisfaction patrons.