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THE DAILY OPTIC.
R. A. KISTLBR, Editor and Proprietor. Kntered at the Kast LasVeicas, N. M., postofllce for transmission through the main ai second-class matter. OFFICIAL PAPHB OF TUB OITT. Special Notice. Lis Vboas Dailt Optio Dellrered by mall, post-paid, $10.00 per annum; 16.00 for tlx months; t'4.60 for three mouthi, lif car rier, 35 cents per week. f,A8 Vkuas Wkkklt OptiO 28 columns, de livered by mall, post-paid, Vi.OO per an num, 11.00 for six months, 7(0 for three months. Blnitle copies In wrappers.5 cents. Sample copies ol both dally and weekly, mailed free when desired. Give postofflce address In full, Including state. Oobhkhpondknok Containing news, solici ted from all parts of the country. Com munications addressed to the editor of Thb Optio, to Insure attention, should be accompanied by the writer's full name and address, not for publication, but as guaranty of good faith. Ebmittanobs May be made by drart.moner order, postal note, express or registered letter at our risk. Address all letters and telegrams to Thb Optio, East Las Vagal, New Mexico. For President, WILLIAM McKINLET. Of Ohio. For Vice-President, GARRET A. HOB ART, Of New Jersey. "To all our products, to those of the mine and the field, as well as those of the shop aud factory, to WOOL, the products of the great industry of sheep husbandry, s welt as to the finished woolens of the mill, we promise the mo3t ample protection." .... an ... nl 1 . National itepuoucan naijvrm. PROTECTION, I BI-METALLISM, STATEHOOD. WEDNESDAY EVENING. AUG. B, 1896 Mr.ICrcger says that it was the Bible which taught him to release the Johannesburg reformers, though he squeezed $1,000,000 out of them before doing so. Ex-Quern Liuuokai.ani has been baptized and confirmed by Bishop Willis, Anglican. She has not hitherto been a member of any church, although a regular attendant. General Booth, commander of the Salvation Artuv, has conducted a week's crusade in Berlin with a degree of success which the Salvation Army has never heretofore been able achieve in Germany. to The Eddy Democrat, Vol. 1, No. reaches The Optic exchange table, and is a sprightly sheet of eight pages, and will no doubt be appreciated in the field it will cover. Heo A. McEaohin is editor and proprietor. Senator Tillman, of South Caro Una, does not ride the wheel. He thinks he is too o!d to learn. He is fine, all-around athlete, rides horse back, and is fond of a game of ball He has seen some very handsome bloomered girls, he says, but is too old-fashioned to admire them. Mr. Brian is not orating as much as he was. The study of the problem how to take the Populist nomination without dumping Sewall, or bow he can throw Watson overboard without losing the populist vote, is engrossing enough to excuse an intermission in the work of proclaiming our independ ence of Great Britain. Balloon racing is the latest form of petty gambling in Paris. A number of toy balloons are set off at the same time, each bearing a post-card having on it the umpire's address and a re quest to the finder to note the time and place of the balloon's arrival. Bets are paid and the stakes awarded on the re suits of the replies received within t week. : The Brooklyn authorities have taken steps looking to the protection of life on the trolley lines. Whenever a po licenian sees a car overloaded with people on the steps or in front, and in danger of being thrown orcrowdfd off, he is ordered to halt the car and com pel a sufficient number of the passen geri to alight to remove the danger. A unique law is still in force Stratford, In Prussian Pommerania. paragraph of the police regulation if 1810, which is still being enacted, reaas: "smoking in the streets or promenades of this town is positively prohibited, violators of this law being punished by a fine, or eventually by a number of marks the fine amounts to." A woman who died recently used to boast that she had not spoken to a man for over tnirty years, and another was equally jubilant over the fact that she bad lived twenty-five in one bouse, without a man Crossing the threshold. But probably the bitterest man-hater, o! modern times, wss as Aastiiaa wo man, who at the time of death was en gaged la developing a plan for the ol. tlmate extinction of the whole mile population. f if SERVING THB PARTY OU THEM HELVES? The Optic claims, and justly, that it Is serving the republican party bet. ter by the stand it has taken on lbs great questions of the day, than it would havo done, bad it thrown Us principles awiy and fully endorsed the gold plank In the republican platform. A paper that does thU, loses Its : Influ ence and the respect of . the people, and a man that does this, is either a party slave, a federal cflloe seeker or without mind enough to have a de cided opinion of bis own. There is not a man In thU Territory, who if he is honest, will but admit that the republican party can not be success ful in New Mexico this year if it comes out squarely and endorses the St.Lluis platform. On the other hand it Is con ceded that if the party endorses the Territorial platform of two years ago maintaining its principles of protection and the free coinage of sliver, and places in nomination ; for delegate to congress a man who repre sents these two great principles, the Territory will then remain with the republican party. ,' Who then are the real friends of the party in New Mexico? The men who would stand by and see the party go down, and probably disintegrate, ' for the sake of currying favor with the next republican administration, or the men who stand out boldly for their principles and for keeping the party together and in power in their own Territory P The question is not diffi cult to answer. The man who helped frame the republican platform in New Mexico two years ago, and then hastened to put himself in line with the gold plank of the St. Louis platform, must certainly be serving his country for "revenue only." Such men should not be allowed to lead the New Mexico republicans. Don't trifld away time when yon have cholera morbus or diarrhoea Fight them in the beginniog with De Wilt's (Joiio & onoiera cure, xou don't have to wait for results; they arc instantaneous, and it leaves the bowels in healthy condition. Winters Drug Co. It Will Not Endorse. From the Lordsburg Liberal. Some time ago the. Liberal asked the republican Territorial convention would endorse the St. Louis platform The Albuquerque Ctttzen says that if does not it will not . be a republican convention. The Las Vegas Optic says that it is safo to conclude that it will not endorse the gold bug section of the platform, and that it will be republican convention. It is a safe bet that it a gold platform is adopted that the candidate of the convention will be defeated by 10,000 majority. Nene But Ayer's at the World's Pair. Ayer's Sarsaparilla enjoys the ex traordinary distinction of having been the only blood puriner allowed an ex hibit at the World's fair, Chioago, Manufacturers of other Sarsapaiillas sought by every means to obtain -a showing of their goods, but they were all turned away under the application of the rule forbidding the -entry patent medicines and nostrums. The decision of the World's fair authorities in favor of Ayer's Sarsaparilla was effect 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." The Brazilian Count, Special to the Citizen, ; Los Lt'NAS, N. M., August S. Este ban Lacerda, brother of the Brazilian count, arrived here yesterday with lots of money and paid all the Colonel's debts, which amounted to nearly $500. The count is still in jail, but expects to be out in a few days, lie expects big sum of money from his , people who were In Arizona, but are now on their way here, with the men . whom the Brazilian count sent out afverihem Rewards Offered. -' -' Whereas. Information has lust reached me that upon tne litn day oi June, A. u., lbOO, Levi Heirzsteln and Merejlldo Galle- gos were murdered in tne county or unaa alnpe, and Territory of New Mexico bj parties unknown, and who are now fugi tives from justice: -' Now. therefore, for the purpose of se curing the arrest and oonviotion of isaid fugitives, I, W. T. Thornton, governor of the Territory ol new Mexico, Dy virtue oi the authority in me vested, do hereby offer a reward ot five hundred ($500) dollars each for the arrest and delivery to the sheriff of Guadalupe county, of the mur derers who committed the crime, the total reward sot to exceed the sum of one thous and dollars and to be payable out of : any monev in the Territorial treasury appropri ated for rewards for the 47th fiscal, year, upon conviction of said criminals. ' Done at the executive office, this, t.he 19th dav of June. A. D. 1896. Witness my hand and the great seal of the Territory of New Nextco. 8KAL W. T. THORNTON, Governor of New Mexico. By the Governor: JjOBION miller, Secretary of the Territory of N. M The big, hearty; healthy man ic a con tinual irritation to his dyspeptic friend. Constipation is : the root of nine. tenths of the sickness of men, and of a large proportion or tne sickness of women. It can be cured easily. naturally and quick ly. Nature is contin ually workine as hard as she can to throw off impurities, and to force out poisonous refuse matter. When there is an impediment, Dr. Pierce's Pleas ant Pellets set the wheels working again without any trouble. They assist nature in gentle, healthful, efficient way. .There la nothing violent about their action, and yet it is just as certain as if it were twice aa violent. "You do not become a slave to their use." They are different and Better than any other pill for the cure pf consti pation, headache tnd kindred derange., ments. Almost all druggists understand this, and are conscientious enough to tell you so. The druggist who tries to sen you a substitute is not a safe man from whom to buy medicine. , - ; , ' Douglas (vs. Butcher Shop, Fresh ranch eggs received daily. Sell mora matt fir a dollar, tbao any mcrket to tat city ' uc J Is needed by poor, tired molhors, over worked and burdened with csro, debili tated and run down because of poor, thin and impoverished blood. Help is needed by the nervous sufferer, tbo men and womon tortured with rheumatism, neu ralgia, dyspepsia, scrofula, catarrh. Help Comes Quickly When Hood's Barsaparilla begins to en rich, purify and vitalize the blood, and sends it in a healing, nourishing, invig orating stream to the nerves, muscles and organs of the body. Hood's Barsnparllla builds up the weak and broken down sys tem, and cures all blood diseases, because ; Sarsaparilla ts the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. $1. prepared only by C. I. Uood & Co., Lowell, Muss. , , i-v.,, are the only pills to take tlOOd S PUIS with Hood's Sursaparilla. The Mora County Murder, To the Editor of The Optic. Holman, N. M., August 4th, 1896. One of the most cowardly and cruel murders in the history of this county was ooinmitted on the afternoon of the 23th ult , about half way between Los Vallesitos and Cleveland. A woman by the name of Maria Dolores Mon toyo started for the postofflce at Cleve land, where she expected to get a let ter from her husband, who is away from home working, but she never reached town. At a place called Los Ojitos she was met by a brute named Jose de Gracia Lucero, better known as Chi no," who murdered the unfortunate woman in the most horrible manner. It appears that he firtt knocked her in sensible with a stout, oak stick, whioh was found near the corpse, and then crushed her head with a big rook breaking nearly every bone and crush ing out her brains. Then he dragged the body to a near-by ditch and thre it in, placing a heavy rook on it to weight it down. W ben she failed to make her ap peirance at home, where she had left her four little children one of them babe, a neighbor took care of them un til next morning, when be oame to town to find out what bad detained the mother, when he was informed that the bad not been seen in town at all When he couldn't find any trace of her, her relatives became alarmed, and a searching party was organized, and the mutilated body was found as above Stated. The justice of the peace at once summoned a coroner's jury, and an investigation held, the principal witness being a girl named Maria Dolores Trujillo, who said she had seen "Chino" coming from the direc tion in which the body was found, and that when he had seen' her, he bad stopped and tried to hide himself When this much was learned "Chino' was at once arrested and brought before the justice of the peace for a preliminary bearing, re spiling in bis being held to await .the action of tbe grand jury, and was taken to tbe county lul bv Deputy bberiff Frank Vigil. The brute finally brok down and confessed and at the same time implicating another man, Miguel Trujillo, who easily oieared himself According to his confession, "Chino said that he and Miguel Trujillo ba planned to waylay the woman and rob her, and that they had done so, getting $13, Trujillo getting the $10 and "Chi no" only got S3, which scows that he was lying, as tbe woman was post tively known to have only a little over two dollars, and also proves that be alone," did the murder, as be . spent about that muoh :n a store at Mora, This same "Chino," last year, at tempted to bold up an Amerloan girl not very far from where he murdered this woman, but the girl pulled out pistol and the coward ran away. con. He's Onto 'Em. From tbe Eddy Argus. The Argus desires to state .for the oeneni oi tne great army oi soars: aa verlisers who Jrom time to time favor it with alluriog propositions, that it's "onto 'em." That their names are re corded in the black book, and if the National Advertiser continues to co. operate with tbe Argus, they will re ceive plenty of advertising, but hardly of a character to inspire confidence or increase their business. Mexican Central IJqllway. From tbe sea to the clouds. Passing mod era cities ana ancient monuments, otan dard guage in everything management, ideas and treatment ot patrons. Tne only line in tne rtepuoiic running ruuman pal ace ouiret sleeping cars between tne cap ital and poincs in the United States. Cheap rates ana Liompt service, n or lull panic ulars call ou or address J. P. Donohob, tf Com'l Agent, 1 Pao. Xezas. Tourist Rates to the Qrand Canon, From La a Vegas to Grand Canon of the Colorado river and return, to3 AO. Thirty days' transit limit in eaon direction. Kinal return limit, ninety days irom date sale. Tbs stage will leave triazstaii, on Mondays, Weduesdays and Fridays, con necting with our through California trains in eacb direction. Returning, it will leave the Grand Canon Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The ride to tbe canon la over a good road and occupies about eleveu hours. Stations hare been established along the route and at tbe canon for the accommodation of tourists. C. F. Jones, Agent, "VNCB MORE In harmony " with the world, 2000 completely cured men are 100 greuwei, grand est and moat suo ceesful enro for sec mil weakness and lost vipror known to medical science. An accountof thlstoon (ferfttl discovery, in hotili form, with ref erences and proofs, will hnRAttr. In anf. faring men (sealed) free. Full manly vlRor permanently restored. Failure imposoiblo. ERIE MEDICAL C0.,BUFR10,H.Y. Tbe rains last week in Sjoorro county, caught large quantities of al falfa on tbe ground, and tbe oocse- qusnce will be much poor feed for lata tbt oext few weeks, wLYgeon 1 u mtr The Maxwell Situated in New Mexico and Colorado, , - On the Atchiapn, Topeka & Santa Fe, anil Union Pacific, Denver & Gulf Railways. 1 0(10(1 acres of T.anii .ftp Mol UUU UU1UM UX AJUUU X ill MUlUl Farming Lands Under Irrigation Systems: In tracts of 20 acres and upwards, with perpetual water rights, cheap, and on easy terms of 10 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 ranohes suitable for raising grains and fruits, In size of tracts to suit purchaser.it Large Pastures For Lease, For Ions; terms of years, fenced or uufenced ;J shipping facilities over two railroads. . gold iiei. : ' : :'. r , . On this Grant, npar its western bouadnry, are situated the famous Gold Mining Districts of EUZABETHTOWN and BALDY, where mines bare been suooessfuily operated for 25 years, and new, rich discoveries were made in 1895, in the vicinity, of the new camps of HEMATITE and HAKttY BLUFF, as rich as any camp in Colo rado, but with lots of as yet unlocated ground open to protestors on terms similar to, aim as ururauiu no, 111, uniteu oiutes uoverument L.BWS ana regulations Stage leaves every morning, these camps. Title Perfect, founded on United J - r TT o o t . ueusions 01 me u. o. oupreme iOUit. For further particulars and pamphlets, apply to THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT COMPANY, Raton. New Mexico. Miss Maggie Bradley ot Durango, is visiting Mrs.Jobn Keal of tbe La Plata, San Juan county. Mrs. Worden of HillBboro, west to bring ber daughter Miss Ella, bome from ber visit there. Reward. Whereas, Frank Relts was reoentlv foully and brutally murdered near Ualli nas Springs, in the county ot Ban Miguel, by uo known parties, who are fugitives from Justice; Now, therefore, for the purpose of pro curing the arrest of the perpetrators of this crime, I, W. T. Thornton, governor of tbe Territory of New Mexico, by virtue of tbe authority in me vested, do hereby offer a reward of ($500) for tbe arrest and cjn viotion of tbe murderers of Reitz, such re ward to be payable out ot any money in tbe Territorial treasury appropriated for tbe payment of reward, for the forty seventh fiscal year. Done at tbe executive office, this tbe 14tb day of May, A. D., 1896. Witness my band and the great seal of tbe Territory ot New Mexico. 8kal W, T. Thornton, Governor of the Territory of New Mexico. By tbe governor: LoKioif Miller. Secretary of New Mexico. SOME SPECIAL RATES. Commencing June 1st, we will sell round crip tickets to Pueblo, at $15.70 : to Colorado Springs, $18.50; to Denver $23 15. Tickets limited totce day in eacb direction, with final limit for return, No vember lfith, 1896. Annual Convention, Intern tional Assq of Fire Engineers Salt Lake City, Utah. Aug. 10 to Utb. U6. Dates of sale Augost 7th and 8tb. One lowest first-claas standard fare for tbe round trip, plus $2 all tickets to be good for continuous Das. sage in eacb direction. Leaving Bait Lake on August 10 ana A'l only. . National Encampment G. A. R. at St Paul. Minn.. September 1st to 4th 1806. From Las Vegas to St Paul, Minn, and re turn, (37.20. Tickets on sale August 30ttt and 81st 1896, final limit September 15th. 1896, Ail tickets deposited with joint agent on or before September 15th will be extended to September 30th 1896. National Dental Association Siratnga. N. Y., July Slst to August Btb, 1896. Fare and one-third on certificate plan for the rouno trip, C. F. Jones Agent. It behooves every citizen in city, town and Country to keep posted on tbe stirring events that will occur in this conntry and in the old world within the next nine month. Tbe re suits will affect all, personally, directly or indirec:ly. This nation is on tbe eve of the ' tnost exoiting presidential campaign in its history, European politios 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 ' tbe local or county paper, a live metropolitan newspaper, such as Tbe Twioe-a-Week Itepublic, of hi. Louis. It is the most progressive journal in the United States, and in each issue it gives the latest political, news of all parties in tbe field, the latest general news of tbe world and many valuable speoial feat ures besides. Tbis model newopaper is delivered twice-a-week by mail for only $1 a year, or less than one cent a copy. Tbe price of tbe Daily and Sun day Republic baa recently been reduced to only $d a year by mall. ' Some Ready Information. The following statistical Information should be cutout and pasted on your of- nee aesc tor tuture ana irequent refer ence; - DISTANCES FROM LA3 VEGAS, Miles Miles ,....li0 "ueblo... 9o .....70 Topeka 740 .... 45 Uchleon 770 30 Kansas City 188 29 St. LoulS 1,033 65 Chlcauo l.75 Baton ... Springer...... wagoj Mouna Watrous San Miguel.... Glorleta ..,,.,. Laoiy 65 Washington S.ossl Santa Fe , tw rniiaaeipma .... 2,0U7 Oerrlllos ..82 New York 2.187 Albuquerque ...182 Boston 2 4M ...182Tucson Bfls ivOB uuuas...... Socorro ...208 Chihuahua 6)2 ...236 City of Mexico... 1 612 .. hm 1.0s Angeles 1,033 ...8SH san Diego 1,098 San Marcial..,. lib uruues El Paso ...... Dernlnn ...ana sun rancisoo... l,!Ua ...411 Quayinas 906 ...W L. V. HotSprlngs... 6 .. 215 WhlteOaks, direct,. 160 , 893 Galveston , direct . .7QQ Bllver City Trinidad ... La Junta ... Denver ..... ALTITUDa OF VARIOUS PLACES, Mora ,,.,.704S8llver City 6022 Hot Sp'gs Park., 6767 Spark's Ranch. ... 57a wringer B8W tmicago 698 fttrous , 64a KansB" Olty 7fl isVeeas 6153 Raton Tunnel ... !mi anta Fe ....701S Glorleta nil Albuquerque .... 5004 Continental Dl SOCurrO villa nn A AP El Paso ...8tKi2 Flagstaff '6868 ieauruie iuirii Neenius . 177 Denver 630psalt Lake City.... iia Up to Date 1806. Tbe most complete tariff text book ever published is the new edition of Tariff I aots tor Speakers and Stu dents,'1 defender document No. 9860 pages, Just out. Publisher, tbe Ameri can Protective Tariff leacue. Cam paign text books issued just-before tbe election are of little value. Tbe tariff league is to be congratulated on its foresight in eettintr out its hand book so early in ibe year. Order by num ber only, Sent to any address for twenty-five cents. Address W. F. Wakeman. general secretary, 183 West Hrenty.tblnJitreet, New York., .. I Land Grant except Sundays, from Springer for States Patent and confirmed by OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. FEDEEil. Thomas B. Cation Delegate to Oongress w . 1. mormon Governor Lorlon Miller Secretary Thos. Smith Chief Justice N. O. Collier, ) H B Hauillton, ( . ..,,. N. B. Laughlln, ( Associates 6. D. Hants, I Felix Martlnei. . .Clerk 4tb Judicial District Charles F. Easley Surveyor-General Charles M. Shannon United States Collector U. B. District Attorney Edward L. Hall U. 8. Marshal W. H. Loomls Deputy U. S. Marshal J. W. Fleming ..TT. S. Coal Mine Inspector James II. Walker, Santa Fe.Beg. Land office Pedro Delgado, Santa Fe. ...Rec. Land Office JohnD. Bryan, I.asOruces.Ketf. Land Office Jas. F. Ascarate.LasCruces.Bec. LandOfflce Richard Young, Hoswell.. ..Reg. Land Office W. H. Oosgrove, Roswell..'.R3c. Land Office John 0. Black, Clayton Reg. Land Office Joseph S. Holland, Clayton, Bee. Land Office TEEBIT0SIAL. J. P. Victory , Solicitor-General J. H . Crist, Diet. Attorney Santa Fe B.L.Young ' Las Unices xnos. j. wnxorann A. H. Harlle .Albuquerque ..Oliver city H.M.Dougherty Sucorro Geo. McOormic Raton A. A. Jones " Las Vegas John Franklin Rosweli Jose Segura Librarian W. a. Wyllys Clerk Supreme Court E. H.Bergmann.. Supt. Penitentiary Geo. W. Knaebel .Adjutant General Hamnel Kldodt ......Treasurer Uarcellno Garcia Auditor aniado Chavea. .. ...Supt. Public Instruction M. S, Hart Coal Oil Inspector DIRECTORS OF THE INSANE ASYLUM. E. V. Long President Lorenio Lopes Vice-President Carl W. WUdensteln Sec'y and Treas. Benlgno Romero Frank 8. Orosson " Dr J. Marron. .....Medical Suriftrlnrnnriont Geo. W. Ward...; Steward mrs, ixquuii Hunger ..illation 00UBT OF PK1VATE LAND 0LAIM8. Joseph It. Heed, of Iowa, Chief Justice AS80011TB J06TIOB8 Wilbur F. Stone-, of Colorado; Thomas O. Fuller, of North uaroima; vviiiiam in. uurray, 01 Tennes. see; usury u. oiuss, or. nanpas. MattnewG. Reynolds, ot Missouri. TJ. attorney. CATTLE 8ANITABY BOABD W.H.JacK chairman, Silver City M.N. haffla.. . .first district, East Las Vegas M.S.Otero Pocond district, Albuquerque R.G Heat. third district, w atrous J F.IIlnk'.o fifth district, Lower Penasco j.A.auLie secretary, las Vegas QIUBTYi F. O. ds Pnca Gregorio t'lores Dionlclo Martinet Oountj Oommlsslonere Grogorlo Vajela Probate Jndgf Patricio Gonzales Probate ninrir Jose G. Montano ..Assessor Hllarlo Romero ........Sheriff Carlos Gabaldon Collector Adelaldo Gonzales. ..School Superintendent Henry uono ...Treasurer F. M. Jones Surveyor Jesus Ma. Prada Coroner LAS VE0A8 PEE0IH0T3. Simon Aragon.... Justice of the Peace. No. e D.O. delldca " " " "26 a. 8. (Vooster Antonlno Zubla OUT OF F VST LAS VEQ48. f. e. oiney Mayor T. F. Clay Mnnh.1 C.E.Perry Treasurer j. raoore Recorder E. V Long Attornev n. Tir 1 ... 1 u . -n. . ' j. en. t . nunuiEi. fnvmmttn J. K.. Martin ...... B. I . Forsythe..,. W 1 Ra.L. E. L. Barablln ...Aldermen S. T Kline L. H Hofinelster ... A. X. aoaers. ........ BOARD 07 EDUCATION) J. A. carruth President O V. Hedircock VIna.Praaiiioni joiio icrs Secretary O. K. F.rry Treasurer Members First ward, Alfred B. 8mltb. eo. v. Reed; second ward, L. O. Fort.W S. McLean; third ward, Edward Henry. J. M. D. Howard; fourth ward, O. V. Hedjr. cock, J. A. Carruth. - HKW MEXICO BOABD OF HEALTH. W. R. Tipton, M. D., President.... Las Vegas G. S.Easterday.M D.,V-Pres... Albuquerque rraucis n.&CKinj, Ai.u.,sec....tt..ija8 Vegas J. H. Sloan. M. D.. Treas Snntn Fa Win.EKgert, M. D , Santa Fe J. J. Shuler. M. D Ratnn J. M. Cunningham, M. D E. Las Vegas Now located on Sixth street, two doors north of the Postofflce, ; TifliiigaBuPliIg A Specialty. The Finest Line of Stoves and Steel Ranges In tba City, - , . Heating apparatus, heavy sheet Iron work, etc, contracted for at the bnttnm price, jjet us figure on yoor work. O. S. ROGERS, Practical Horse-Shoer, LAS VEGAS, N. M. . Kos. 7, 6 and 9 Bridge street, west end of uriags. Special attention sriven to brand- ing irons, and general blacksmith- ing and woodwork. All work promptly done tnd satisfaction guaranteed. P. J. GEHMC, CHAFFING IIOKNE, Livery and Sale Stable. GOOD BIGS AND LIVELY, GENTLE TEAMS. Tents and Camping Outfits Furnished Free witlx Team Hire. Horses boarded by the day or month. Will keep on hand all kinds ot Hay, Grain and Feed. Lowest prices guaranteed. Agents for the Rushford and Newton Wagons. Give us a c:.ll. DOUGLAS AVENUE, EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. (Successor to Coon Bros.) WHOLBBAIX AMD RETAIL DIALIB IK HABBWiRS. LDBBER, SiSH, BOOES, BIM, TiBUSBB Paints, OiJs and Glass, Cerrillos Hard and Soft CoaL EAST LAS VEGAS, S 1 NEW MEXICO TKIiKPHONR No. 58 Good delivered free la city. New Mexico Planing Ml S. A. CIVIIVIBars, Prop. BUILDING MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS AND STYLES SASH, DOORS, SCREEN, ETC. Special Pices to -. Contractors and Builders, . In Lumber Shingles, etc. Estimates cheerfully furnished to contractors. ... Office and Mill Corner Seventh and Jackson Stroets, East Las Vegas. 'IK LK PHONE 68. H OfFI Sample and Club Rooms, Corner Sixth Street and Douglas Avenue, CHRIS SELLMAN. Proprietor. ; Choicest brands of imported and domestic wines, liauoia nnA ritrr alwnys in stock. Polite and attentive night. 1 he patronage of gentlemen General Broker.0 " Land Grants, Improved Ranches, Native Cattle, Improved Cattle, Cattle Ranges, Horses and Sheep, Real Estate. Etc. Land Scrip of a!l Kinds, Territorial and County Warrants. Gen eral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under the United States Land Laws. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO J. H. TEITLEBAUM. The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co. TEITLEBAUM 109 Sixth Street, Opposite UUTTIKG IT Milwaukee Keg Beer, Whiskies. per gal. Sour Mash Bourbon ; $3.00 " " " , 2.25 " " " 2.50 Samples only 5c, -Pts.l5o,Pts.25o Qts.50e Finer Whiskies, pkb oal. White House Club , $3.00 U. 8. Club 8 25 "Carlisle", Sole Agent 8.50 Samples 10c, Half Pta. 85o, Pts. 50c, Qts. $1. Finest Whiskies, peb gal. John Kenning .... $4.00 Belle of Anderson 4.25 Gucheuhoimer , . , 5.50 IlcBrayer, Oacar Pepper and Yellowstone SAMPLES, ONLY lOo. Half-pints 35c, tints 65c, Quarts, $1.25. fio per glass. 50o per gallon. Bottled Beer, 10c, 15c, 20c, & 25. Per bottle. Sole Agent for "Carlisle" Whisky, . 13.50 per gallon. California and Natlvo Wines from 25o per Bottle, and $1 per Gallon, up. JVBear entrance from Lincoln Ave., between Optic Office and Rosenthal Bros. P. 8. "Press the Button, We'll do the rest." MERCHANTS' LUNCH Is now Served at the Noon- Hour, at the Lunch Counter. DlftSsER rved in the evening from 5 until 7 . '' o'clock, at which time all the delicacies , of the season can be had. Your patronage solicited. CLARK & FORSYTH E, PropVs.. MILLS & KOOGLER. Successors to T. B. MILLS, Established in 1S78. " Real Estate, Mining Kepresent the Royal Exchange Assurance Company, " of London, England ; Assets - $23,000,000. Countr and school hnnda hnnohf .nH .,,1.1 !.... . . . Bridge St., Las Vegas, N. M. u. 1 ir - i. r " f" AGUA PURA WHOLESALE DEAIiEJt IN PURE MOUNTAIN ICF 'Ifihi ani Storacre in Lss Vesas Est Sprinns Ceiidd. Our Ice is pure, firm and clear, to our many Office: 620 Douglas Ave., RATHBD SHOE 0 Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. M. mixologists in attendance, day and solicited. - P. SAVILLE, Mok & SAVILLE, San Miguel National Bank. DOWN FINK. Cigars . Froini$l per box'u Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos o m 25o per lb. a Sole Agent for 'Railsplittbb" Cigar. 5o Straight; 12.15 per box, . f Insurance Agts. "uiw-u tua.iouKB COtDDOtllOrs. Office on COMPANY t;o.Qoo Ton -. and gives entire satisfaction patrons. East Las Vegas, U.IV