Newspaper Page Text
THE DAILY OPTIC.
R. A. KI3TLBR, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Kaat Lai Vepas, N. M., the nnntofflce tor transmission turouiw maili at second-class matter, OFFICIAL riFKBOFTHl CITT. Bpeolitl Notice. Lai Vioas Dailt omo Delivered ty mall, post-paid, lio.ouper annum; B.ooforilx months; i'JW for three month B, By car rier, 25 cent! per week. tit Vboai Wekklt Optic 58 columni, de livered br mall, poet-paid, M.00 per an num, 11.00 for tlx monthi, 76v tor three numtlis. Single conies In wrappers, cents. Sample coplea ot fioth dally and weekly, mailed free when d.ilred. Give poatofllco addreai In full, Including atate. OoKKKSPOKOKNoa Containing mews, solid ted from all parti of the country. Com munication! addreased to the editor of Thm optio, to Insure attention, mould be accompanied by the writer'! full name and addreai, not for publication, but ai guaranty of good faith. BaMiTTAMOBS May be made by draft. money order, postal note, express or registered letter at our risk. Addreai all letter! and telegrams to Th optio, Bait LftiVegai, New Mexico. For President, WILLIAM McKINLEY. Of Ohio. For Vice-President, GARRET A. HOBART, Of New Jersey. "To all our products, to those of tbe mine and the field, ai well at those of tbe shop and factory, to WOOL, the products of tbe great Industry of sheep husbandry, as well as to tbe finished woolens of tbe mill, we promise tbe most ample protection." National Republican Platform. PROTECTION, BI-METALLISM, STATEHOOD. TUESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 4, 1898 DUTY OF SILVER REPUBLICANS. There is do reason for tbe most Br. dent bi-metallist to leave the republi can party of New Mex ioo, bat every reason for him to stay in tbe organisa tion. The republican party here stands squarely for protection, bi-metallism ' and statehood, and those are the proper principals of a silver republi can. If we weie in a state there might be some reason for a stray silver man who considers the money question paramount to everything else, to oast vote ior Bryan; but in a Territory the situation is different. No one can vote for president. We have a dele gate and local officers to elect, and that is all. No doubt there are many strong silver men in all parlies who will vote, as to delegate, for tbe strong est exponent of tbat Idea, without any regard to his party name; but they " will remain in their respective parties for all Uiat. This is not the last year of the world; there wiil be plenty of elections after this, and the parties - will get into more natural relations be- , fore the next one comes. Protection and bi-metallism logically go together, and cannot be kept apart long. Republicans should keep their party connection so as to be on the right side when the gulden gold bug craze has , blown oyer; . Besides, by leaving the party, they lose their proper influenoe. . and the parly loses their advice and guidance. If every silver republican should step out, he would leave tbe party to the miserable squad of office seekers who would shout for gold, or be willing to sell their country to Eng land for a paltry place. It is the duly of every silver republican to keep his place in the organization and use his whole influence to keep the party in the Territory straight on the financial question. Then in a couple of years the party in the whole country will get back to the bimetallio standard, and - all will be well. Elsewhere in this issue appears an ; article from the prolific typewriter of D. P. Carr, which The Optic, accord ing to its well-known polioy for fair hess, publishes, but without the least 'sanction in his statements, or belief io ' his conclusions. Were an answer re quired to his letter, a better one could not be presented than the artiole en titled "Duty of Silver Republicans,' which was prepared before Mr. Carr's letter was received. Br thk wat, Mr. Man, of the New 'Mexican, what about that platform you were goiog to investigate P Tbat wool protection plank, alleged to have been taken from tbe democratic platform, bas mysteriously disappeared from the head of tbe editorial columns of the New Mexican. Is it possible that Thk Optic wa right, lor onceP Wht not organize a bi-metallio re publican club and give silver republi cans a chance to join it? It is beginning to be suspected that there bat been a free coinage of demo cratic candidates for county ofHorp. I'arly Disintegration. To the Kditor of tha Optio, Silver Citt, N. M-, August 1st Whatever may be the position of any oltizen who bus affiliated with the re publican party in the past, in tbe pres ent campaign be cannot but regret that such a condition exists io New.Mexioo as precludes a possibility of ' uniting the voters who have yielded a loyal ai legianoe to that party, under its ban ner, in tbe next oleotlon. In some of tbe northwestern . states Ihe party organization will be ; main tained and, while the voters choose for themselves what electoral tioket they will vote, tbe patty candidates for con gross, the legislature and state and county officers will be voted for as re publicans. In doing this do man sur. renders his convlotions upou tbe issues of silver remonetization or protection. Believing that tbe election of Bryan Is necessary to inaugurate a policy of bi metallism, through tbe use of the standard silver dollar as money of re. demptlon leading inevitably to the opening of the mints to the freeooln age of silver he casts bis rote for the democratic electors, while voting for a republican for congress and republi cans for members of the legislature, who will vote for a republican for tbe United States senate. Still tbe voter who so chooses to oast his ballot does not sever his connection with tbe party organization. This, of oourse,requires a conciliatory spirit upon the part of the conflicting elements in the party, instead of proscription, denunciation and abuse. How much easier this course aright be pursued in New Mexico, where we have no vote for president, bad the re publican leaders and tbe newspapers claiming to voioe the sentiment of the party taken a different oourseP The first mistep was taken at tbe Territorial convention, at Albuquerque, on the 23rd of March, when the repre sentatives of the party failed to declare its position upon either the tariff or silver. I was not a delegate in tbat convention, but attended it, as a repub lican, especially Interested in what it should do in regard to tbe silver ques tion. Many of the delegates will now recall the persistent efforts which I made to have tbe following resolution brought before tbat convention for con sideration and adoption : "Resolved, that the republicans of Nhw Mexico are in favor of the com plete remonetiz ition ofjsilver and use of the standard silver dollar as money of final redemption, and believe that tbe bond holder and money changer should be compelled to aooept in re demption of treasury notes and other evldenoes of indebtedness of the gov ernment tbe same forms of money as are paid tbe laborer for bis hire ; and we are in favor of the free and unlim ited coinage of both gold and silver, upon equal terms at the mints of the United States, at tbe ratio of 16 to 1." In tbat convention a motion had car ried tbat all resolutions be referred to the committee on resolutions without reading, and that no resolutions except those reported by the committee would lie considered by the convention. :Tnecom mittee oo resolutions, with ex-Governor Prince as its chairman, avoided alt reference to tbe silver question as well as tbe tariff, and tbe republican party of New Mexico now stands before the people upon two issues Btatehood and Mr. Catron. Tbe first has been effec tually disposed of by the republican national convention, which deolared for statehood for the Territories when 'regard for the interests of tbe United States" renders it desirable, and which ; immediate following are tbe most venomous, unreasonable and unoom promising opponents of statehood for New Mexico. The latter issue may not be presented to tbe people again and need not be discussed at this time, A more humiliating spectacle 1 have never witnessed than tbat of tbe dis tineuished gentleman, whose voice has so often been heard in behalf of tbe cause of silver, making excuses for the presentation of tbe report of the com mittee oa resolutions in tbat conven tion, omitting all reference' to either the tariff or silver. But for that act, Governor Prince would be the logioal candidate of bis party for delegate to oongeess, but the voters will never' ac cept the lame excuses offered by'. him in tbat convention for his abject- sub mission to tbe party bosses,, hot the I n nl ... 1 t .. . l" '1. : in a compromising position. In urging upon delegates to that convention the advisability of a declar ation upon silver in barmony with the sentiment of almost all the voters of the party in the Territory, regardless of tbe dictation of tbe bosses. and warning them of danger of the pro posed course of ignoring tbe issues, was met with contumely, threats and reviling. Within the past six weeks. several of those-who were delegates to tbat convention nave said to me Carr, you were right at Albuq jerque We should have deolared our position upon the issues ot bi-metallism and protection io that convention, and now we would have something to rally the voters in our party." 1 he proscriptive spirit of a portion or tne party press or tbe Territory, af ter mat convention ana oeiore tbe as sembling of the national convention demanding the abject surrender of all principles in tbe interest of one candi date for president, did not contribute to a condition of harmony. Nor has the promulgation of tbe decree tbat all who do not accept the financial plank of tbe bt, Louis convention are debar red from further affiliation with the party tended to promote a more har monious feeling. When the republican convention as sembles at Las Vegas, in September, ana tne logical sequence of tbe cow ardly act of tbe March convention fol lows, in the indorsement of the nation' al republican platform, including tbe gold standard plank, many hundreds of voters where there are . now only a few will, as 1 have, refuse to follow the banner of the party in this cam paign. D. P. Carr. Has No Favorite. " From the Las Craces Republican. Some of the Territorial papers are jumping" onto Major Morrison sim ply because he wants to be governor. The Republican has no particular favor ite and either one of the three promt- ently mentioned Candidates is accept; ble Mrrr!"rtn. Pe?? cr G'e" A nine pound son was born to Mr, and Mrs. C. h. Mulford, op it Raton, KL PASO NOTES. Homo Account of the Doings of Ex La Vegans, now Reniilente of the I'ueiCity, To tht Editor of the Optio: m El Paso, Texas, July 28, 1896 Be ing in the reportorlal mood and in. tensely determined, will venture on an other effort to communicate suoh local incidents and happenings that may be of general interest to all and of special interest to your readers. To be personal, among former Las Vegans domiciled more or less perma nently here, not to mention the regular batch of one-lungers, who swing around tbe oirole, there is the latest arrival of Adolf Mennetr who occupies a debk In tbe superintendent's office of the Mexi can Central railroad over at Juarez, and who is chaperoned by Ted Cooley, a former Las Vegas boy, and graduate of tbe Aoademy there, now also gone Into limbo, who occupies a desk and is paying teller at the First National, Joshua Raynolds, another Las Vegan, president.. Then there is Mrs. Katie O'Keefe and her two children, relict of tbe late Michael O'Keefe, coal dealer there, she being here for Inflammatory or muscular rheumatism. And there is the pastor ot tbe First Methodist church and his family, who formerly resided there, and arc. snugly ensconced in the new parsonage on Ocboa street we mean Rev. Hoffman and may be there are others. Yes, Armstrong, wife and baby, the American washee, who repre sents tbe El Paso steam laundry, a kind of competing concern with tbe aoithen Chinese, an outlet for those who believe in Amerioan labor and are opposed to pauper labor, thcugb their price are not necessarily so. Yes, and there is Willie Hadley Mills Peaoock, lust now on tbe reportorial staff of the Evening Telegram, who writes dreamy moonlight scenes and describes looal happenings, and occasionally pens lines of moral exhortation that, with its lullaby tones, ought to persuade the weary wanderers to turn from the errors of their way, especially those who seem, from the valgarity of their talk, to be In need of such gentle, dove-like admonitions. "Thus 6ndetb the first lesson." Observer Why Have You Deen stricken with disease while your neigh bor escaped, or vice-versa? Both were alike exposed, but in one case the the disease germs found lodgement in the impure blood and weak ned system, iwhile lu the other, the blood was kept pure by Hood's Sarsaparilla, and the kody was in a condition of good health. IVewaVa Pill are purely vegetable and do aat purge, pain or gripe. Sold by all druggists. Tbe Painters and Decorator!. Chicago, III., August 8. Tbe ooun oil chamber of the city ball was well filled this morning when tbe national convention of the Brotherhood Painters and Decorators was called order by President John M. Welter, this city. Delegates from between sixty and seventy looal unions in as many cities of tbe country, responded to tbe roll call. Two years ago, at the con vention in Buffalo, a number of the unions seoeded and established head quarters at Baltimore, but it is though mat. me present convention win prove tbe death-knell of tbe younger faction especially as . many ot tha secedin lodges are represented here to-day. Mexican Central Railway, From tbe sea to tbe clouds. Passing mod. ern cities ana ancient monuments, man dard KUase in everything management ideas and treatment of patrons. Toe only cap beai ital and points in the United States. Cbeap I rates and piompt service, For full partio ulars call lu or address J. F. Donohoe, tf . Com'l Agent, 1 Paso. Texas, JJoa't trine sway time wben you have cholera morbus or diarrhoea Fight them in the beginning with De Witt's Colic & Cholera Cure. You don't have to wait for results; they aro instantaneous, and it leaves tbe bowels in healthy condition. Winters Drug Co. J. E. Hougland, aooompanied by J R. Fitch and Robert J. Hough, arrived in Eddy from Iowa. 'A Stitch In Time." A dose of Ayer's Fills has saved many a fit of sickness, but wben remedy does not happen to be at hand. slight ailments ara liable to be neg leoted, and the result, frequently, serious illness; therefore, always, be supplied with Ayer's pills. A. D. Stratlon and wife, and O. R, Tanner and wife, of Hagerman, were in Rosweil, trading. None But Ayer's at the World's Pair. Ayer's Sarsaparilla enjoys tbe ex traordinary distinction of having been tbe only blood puriher allowed an ex. bibit at the World's fair, Chicago, Manufacturers of other Sarsapaiillas sought by every means to obtain showing of their goods, but tbey were all turned away under the application of the rule forbidding the entry of patent medicines and nostrums. The decision of the World's fair authorities in favor of Ayer's Sarsaparilla was in effeot as follows : "Ayer's Sarsaparilla is not a patent medicine. It does not belong to the list of nostrums. It is here on its merits " Bob Alexander left Rosweil for Mor- enzl, Arizona, at whioh place he will reside for a while. IT bas been held that con sumption is hereditary, and the fact that one per son of a family had died with consump tion was considered a sure sign that others of that family could not escape it This is partly true and partly untrue. A man With weak lungs is likely to transmit that weakness to his children. But there is no reason in the world why the weakness should be allowed to develop.' . Keep the lungs full of rich, red, whole some blood, and the weakness will disap pear, pecaying tissues will be thrown off, and new material will be added until the lungs are well and oerfcctlv strontr Brain. This is the thing that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery does. This is what makes it cure 08 per cent, of all cases of consumption where it Is taken according to directions. It searches out disease germs, wherever they may be in the txiy and forces them out of the system, It supplies the blood with rich, life-giving properties, t makes the appetite good, digestion per. gytj $9)d,by aJJ medicine jlealc,, The Maxwell Land Grant Situated in New Mexico and Colorado,' On the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fc, and Union Pacific, Den vcr & Gulf Railways. 1500,000 an ol hi For Sale Farming Lands Under Irrigation Systems: In tracts of 20 acres and upwards, with perpetual rwater rights, cheap, and on easy terms of io annual payments, with 7 per cent. interest. Alfalfa, Grain and Fruits grow to perfection. - Choice Prairie or Mountain Grazing Lands, Well watered and with good shelter, interspersed with fine ranches suitable fcr ranting grains and fruits, in size of traots to suit purcbaser.it Large Pastures For Lease, For lone; terms of years, fenced or nofencedjj shipping facilities ''over'' two A 1 TO BUS. . operated for 25 years, and new, rich discoveries were mate In 1895, in (be vicinity of the ne camps of HEMATITE and HARKY BLUFF, as rich as any camp in Coh' rada, but with lots of as yet unlocated ground opan to projectors on terms similar to. and as favorable as, tbe United States Government Laws and Regulations. Stage leaves every morning, except Sundays, from Springer for these camps. ... 1 iue reriect, founded on United decisions of the U. S. Supreme Court. . "or further particulars and pamphlets, apply to THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT COMPANY. Raton, New Mexico. Sheridan Pokes Fun. From tbe Sliver City Enterprise. D. P. Carr, in a column and a half artiole in tbe New Mexican, tells the people that tbe national banks must go. What a great secretary of tbe United States treasury u, P. would make, with his well-known ability as a financier. Suppose tbe demoorats try him as county treasurer this fall. The demo cratic press quotes bim so much re cently that he ought to be useful for something io practice as well as theory. County treasurer, Just tbe place for D. P. Carr on the democratic oounty ticket. The Enterprise wants to help out D. P. Carr acd the democratic party both. The democrats have got him, but don't know where in h 11 to put him, yet wish be were there. Tourist Rates to tbe fjrand Canon. From Las Vegas to Grand Canon of tbe Colorado river and return, S3 50. Thirty days' transit limit in each direction. Final return limit, ninety days from date of sale, The stage will leave Flagstaff, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, con necting with our through California trains in each dlreotion. Returning, it will leave the Grand Canon Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The ride to tbe canon is over a good road and occupies about eleven hours. .Stations bare been established along tbe route and at tbe canon for , tbe accommodation of tourists.; .,. , C. V, Jones, Agent. CURED AS IF BY MAGIC Victim of Lost Manhood should send at ence for n book ' that explains how -full manly vigor is easily, quickly nd. permanently rescoi-ea. iNoman Buffering from weakness can af ford to ignore this nmeiy aavice. Book tells haw ;fllll atlonnr1l An- vclopment and tone are imparted to every portion of tha bo.ly. Bent with positive ivuu (bouiou.1 jtix w any man on application. ERIE MEDICAL CO.-BUFFAL0.N.Y. it bebooves every citizen in city. town and country- to keep posted on the stirring events that will occur in this country and in the old world within tbe net nlco months, Tbe re suits will affect all, personally, directly or indirec;ly. This nation is on the eve of the most exciting presidential campaign in its history, European politics are in a . very complicated state, and scientists are applying tbeir discoveries to many lines that will pro duce startling new things. To keep abreast with the world one should read, m addition to the local or county paper, a live metropolitan newspaper, such as The Twice a-VVeek Republic, of St. Louis. It is tbe most progressive , journal in tbe Ualted States, and in each ;issue it gives the latest political news of all parties in tbe field, the; latest general news of the world and many valuable speoial feat ures besides. This model Dewspapor is delivered twice-a-woek by mall for only 91 a year, or less than one cent a oopy. Tbe price of the Daily and Sun day Republic bas recently been reduced to only $6 a year by mail. Some Ready Information. The following statistical information should be cut out and pasted on your of- nee aesK (or future and frequent refer ence: ' DISTANCES FltO IAS VEGAS. Miles! Miles Baton Springer liu ueblo 21) W Topeka . 720 Uculson 770 20 Kansas City 786 29 St. 1.0UI .1,068 K Chicago 1,275 63 Washington t.m wagon uouna Watrous lan Mluel.... Uorleta Lamy Santa Fe Cerrlllos ..... Albuquerque . Los Lunas ssinuiadeipnls .... 2,007 82 New York 2.187 ....132! Boston 3 419 .... Tucson 698 Socorro 20s San Marciul assi Chihuahua 6)2 City of Mexico... 1 612 I los Angeles 1,033 San Diego 1,098 Han Francisco... 1,845 Quayinas 006 L. V. Hot 8prlDRS....6 WhlteOaks, direct, .160 Galveston, direct. .700 wis unices an El Paso sail Deralns sll silver uuy 411 Trlnldaa m La Junta 215 Denver...... 995 4l.TrnjDsoir various places. Mora. TMXI'tlvar Plt finn Hot Sp'gs Parle.. 6787 Spark's Ranch.... 8fi72 Springer 689 Chicago m Watrous own Kansas City 785 Las Vegas 6i Raton Tuuntl ....76 nta Fe 7013 uiorieta 743 Continental Di vide nn a.AP....75 Flagstaff 6H66 AiDuquerque ....bum Socorro urn El Paso ttttf Leaavuie 10001 Needles 477 Salt Lake City.... 4225 Denver ..KMOi Dp to Date 1806. The most complete tariff text book ever published is the new edition of Tariff Faots tor Speakers and Stu dents," defender document No. 9 260 pages, just out, . Publisher, tbe Ameri can Protective Tariff league. Cam paign text books issued just before the eleotlon are of little value. Tbe tariff league is to be congratulated ' on its foresight in getting out Its hand book o early in the year. Order by uuui- oer only. Sent to any address for twonty.flve oents. Address VV. F. Wskeman, general secretary, 135 West twenty.thlrd streev, New York, and confirmed by OFFICIAL DIRECTOR. FEDERAL, Thomas B. Cation... ..Delegate to Congress W. T. Thornton ....Governor Lorlon Miller Secretary Tlios. Smith ....Chief Justice N. O. Collier, 1 If. B Hamilton, t ' , ...,.. n. B. Laughlln, f Associates G. D. Hants, I Felix Martinet. . .Clerk 4tb Judicial District Charles F. Easley Surveyor-General Charles M. Shannon United States Collector D. 8. District Attorney Edward L. Hall U. 8. Marshal W. 11. Loomls Deputy U. 8. Marshal J. W. Fleming ..IT. S. Coal Mine Inspector James H. Walker, Banta Fe.Beg. Land office Pedro Delgado.Bauta Fe. . . .Bee. I,and Office John D. Bryan, Las Cruces.Beg. LandOfflce Jas. P. Ascarate.Las Graces, Bee. LandOfflce Klcl'ard l'oung, Boswell.. ..Reg, Land Ofhce W. H. Oosgrove, Boswell... B3c. Land OfRce John C. Slack, Clayton Beg. Land Office Joseph S. Holland. Clayton.Bec. LandOfflce TERRITORIAL,' j. P. Victory , Solicitor-General J, H. Crist, Dlst. Attorney , Santa Fe B. L. Young . , Las Unices Thos. J. Wiikerson , " Albnquerqne A. H. Harlle " , . . . .Silver City H. M. Dougherty " Socorro Geo. McOurmlo Baton A. A. Jones " Las Vegas John Franklin ' " Boswell Jose Segura Librarian W. a. Wyllys. Clerk Supreme Court R. H. Bergmann Supt. Penitentiary Geo. W. Knaebol... .Adjutant General Samuel Eldodt Treasurer Marceilno Garcia. i Auditor Amado Chaves Snpt. Public Instruction M. S. Hart Coal OH Inspector DIRECTORS OF THE INSANE ASYLUM. E. V. Long President Lorenzo Lopes Vloe-Presldent Carl w. Wlldensteln Bec'y and Treas. Benlgno Bomero Frank S. C'ros.on Dr J. Marron Medical SUDerlntenrtep Geo. w. ward Stevard airs, uameiia unnger ...Matron OODEX OP PRIVATE LAHD CLAIMS. Joseph B. Beed, or Iowa, Chief Justice. Assooi its jdstiobb Wilbur F. Stone, of Colorado; Thomas O. Fuller, of North Carolina; William M. Murray, of Tennes see; Henry O. Sluss, of Kansas. Mattnew a. Beynolds, of Missouri, u. 8. Attorney. CATTLg SANITARY BOABD W.H.Jack chairman, Silver City M.N.chaffln....nrst dlstnct.East Las Vegas M.S. Otero second district, Albuquerque B.G Heaf tulrd district, Hatrous J.F.HlDkle fifth district, Lower Penasco J.A.LaBue secretary, Las Vegas 03OHTY, F. O. de Baca Gregorlo Flores J Oounty Commissioners Dionlolo Martinet Gregorlo Varolii. Prohate .Tnrtca Patricio Gonzales Probate Clerk Jose Gt. Montano .Assessor Hllarlo Koniero , Sheriff Carlos Gabaldqn.,. Collector Adelaldo Gonsales.. .School Superintendent Hanry Goke Treasurer F. M. Jones.... Surveyor Jesus Ma. Prada , Coroner' LAS VEGA3 PRE0IH0T3. Simon Aragon... .Justice of the Peace, No. 5 D. 0. de Baca t " 26 U.S. wooster 10 Antonino zubla ,. gj 0ITT OF FAST LAS VEGAS. F. R. Olney ....... Ma"or T. P. Clay. .Marsnal C. K. Perry J. E. Moore , .Treasurer ..Recorder ...Attorney E. V Long Dr. M. W. Bobbins O. Holllngs worth . J. R. Martin .i-nysician B. I . Forsytna.... W. H. Barber ..... K.I,. HamKMn..,.., 8. T Kline L. II Ilofruelster ., A. X. Rogers Aldermen BOABD OF KDnCATIOK. ' J. A. Carruth President O. V. Hedseonk vma.Praciiioiit. joun ior ,, Secretary O. l. Perry Treasurer Members First ward, Alfred B. 8mltb, Geo. V. Reed : second ward, L. O. Fort. W. McLean; third ward, Edward Henry. J, M.D.Howard; fourth ward, O. V. Hedg cock, J. A. Carruth. ,. NEW MEXICO BOARD OF HEAVTH. W. R. Tipton, M. D., President... Las Vegas S. Uasrerduy . M D..V-Pres. . .Albuaueraue Francis H. Atkln.ar. M.D..8ec II. Las Vegas J. H. Sloan, M. D., Treas Santa Fe wm.EKKert. M. D Santa Fa J. J. Sliuler, M. D Baton M . Cunningham , M. D .E. Las Vegas F.J, Now located on Sixth street, two doors north of the Postoffice, TiiinpiuPtali 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. O. S. Rogers, Practical Horsa-Shoer. LAS VEGAS, N. M. Nos. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west and ot bridge. Special attention given to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith- ing and woodwork. All work promptly done and satisfaction guaranteed. States Patent v CHAFFIN & HOIINE, Livery and Sale Stable. GOOD HIUS AND LI FELY, GENTLE . TEAMS. ' ;. Tents and Camping Outfits Furnished Free with Team Hire. Horses boarded by the day or month. '. Will keep on hand all kinds ol Hay, Grain and Feed. Lowest prices guaranteed. Agents for the Rushford and Newton Wagons. Give us a call. . DOUGLAS AVENUE, EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. - sa VewI ssi m (Saccesdcr to Coon Bros.) WHOLS8ALS AMD BKTAIL DIALIB IV , IMBEB, SiSH, Paints, Oil and Glass. Cerrillos Hard and Soft CoaL ' EAST LAS VEGAS, - REW MEXICO riEIiEPHONK Ko. 66 Goods delivered tree In city. lew Mexico Planing Mill A. CIIMI?Ivar, Prop. BUILDING MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS AND STYLES SASH, DOORS, SCREEN, ETC. Special Pfices to Contractors " and In Lumber Shingles, etc. Estimates cheerfully furnished contractors. Office and Mill Corner Beventh and Jackson Streets, East Las Vegas. TELEPHONE 68. WMM OFFIGH .. Sample, and Club Rooms, Corner Sixth Street and 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.Jieal Estate. Etc. Land Scrip Gf all Kinds, Territorial and County Warrants. Gen eral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under the United States Land Laws. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO J. H. TSITLEBAUM. The Cash Liquor, Cigai and Tobacco Co, TEITLEBAUM & SAVILLE, 109 Sixth Street, Opposite San Miguel National Bank. 1 KITING IT Milwaukee ' Whiskies. per gal. Sour Mash Bourbon . 2.00 Keg Beer, 6c per glass. 50n per gallon. Bottled Beer, 10c, 18c, 20c, & Per bottle. Sole Agent for "Cablisle" Whisky, Samples only 5c, J-Pt8.15c,Pt9.25o Qls.50c Finer Whiskies, pkb oai. White House Club $3.00 U. 8. Club 825 "Carlisle", Bole Agent 8.50 Samples 10c, Half Pte. 25c, Pts. 50c, Qts. 1. Finest Whiskies. per oal. John Hsnning $4.00 Belle of Anderson , 4.'25 Guckenheimer. ; 5.6O McBrayer, Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone SAMPLES, ONLY lOo. Half-pints 85c, Pints 65c, Quarts, $1.25. 29c (3.50 per gallon. California and Native Wines from 25o per Bottle, and $1 per Gallon, up. 9-Bear entrance from Lincoln Ave., between Optio Office and Rosenthal Bros, P. 8. "Press the Button, We'll do tbe rest." MERCHANTS' LUNCH 1 Is now Served at the Noon Hour, at the feadqaarlers8' core, . DlfJflJER served in the evening from 5 until 7' . ---sk. o'clock, at which time all the delicacies of the season can be had, ... Your patronage solicited. CLARK & FORSYTH E. Prop'rs. MILLS & KOOGLER, Successors to T. B. MILLH. T!t.Mi.t,.4 tew " Real Estate, Mining Insurance Agts. Represent the Royal Exchange Assurance Company, of London, England ; Assets $23,000,000. County and school hnnHs hnnirht nH nM r... . . ties. Laree list ot ranch unrt Im lands in the souh and southwest. . Z Bridge St., Las Vegas, N. M. D.l u -mr ,.. ' - AGUA PURA WnOLE3ALE PURE MOUNTAIN ICE 'Laiss ani Storage in Las Our Ice is pure, firm and clear, to our many Office: 620 Dou&las Ave., "HBNmNcl,V Var mAm Vf DOOBS, BUM; Y1B11ISRIS Bp to Bridge Street, ; Las Vegas, N. M. P. SAVILLE, Mqk DOWN FISH. Cigars Frotn.tl per box u. Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos o m 25c per-4r,a Sole Agent tut 'Kailsplitter" Cigar. , 2.25 , 2.50 60 Straight 12.15 per box. - .J . " V""8" PJ?oinST oeh Securl. . of timber- " viiauouKQ com De 1 1 r nra. Office port .COMPANY. DEALE.lt IN Tenas Hot Springs Canon. so.riiui -""I "i- V - ' . MiWAXU and gives entire satisfaction patrons. Builde RATI SHOE 0 East UsVegas. N. 17