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Address all letters and telegram to Thh optio, East Las Vegas, New Mexico For President, WILLIAM McKINLEI. Of Ohio. For Vice-President, GARRET A. HOB ART, Of New Jersey. "To all onr products, to those ot the mine and the field, as well as those of the shop and taotory, to WOOL, the products ot the great Industry of sheep husbandry, as well as to the finished woolens of the mill, we promise the most ample protection." National Republican Platform. PROTECTION, BIMETALLISM, STATEHOOD FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST 7, 1896 Thb two modern .Dromios Watson and Sewall. TriE democrats and populists claim everything in sight. As shouters and claimants they are a success, but that will be found about all on election day. There is certainly a change coming over the spirit of the solid . south Such papers as the Charleston News and Courier ai-d, the Mobile Register are not supporting Bryan and Sewall. The name of "John Watson" was read out as the jury were taking their places for an Ebnrybridge inquest There was no answer, and it turned out that the man had been dead four teen years. It is a common practice in China to cool wines or any other liquors by wrapping the bottle in a wet cloth and hanging it np in the sun ; the water in the cloth becomes converted into vapor and thus cold is produced. One of the oddest cases on record is the arrest of a man in Atlanta, Ga , charsred with committing a double murder in Brooklyn, N. Y which, so far as the police know, is an imaginary crime. Lunacy takes almost as fantas tic shapes as dreams. It is proposed to send 4U.UUU un married womeu from eastern Canada to Britiah Columbia for the purpose of supplying the demand for wives The same thing was done once by France for the benefit of the preponderant bachelors of eastern Canada, and the result was entirely satisfactory. I believe," says Fergusson, of Al buquerque, "that my country calls me, and that I will be compelled to accept the' democratic nomination for delegate to congress this year, although my business interests forbid." "If you are alluding to the noise you heard just now," answered U. 8. Attorney Childers, ''then stick to your business interests, by all means, for that noise was nothing but the braying of that old mule in the next lot." The League of Love, a branch of the Salvation Army, will shortly put into operation in New York city a new plan for saving drunkards. It is proposed to patrol certain parts of the city at night with ambulances driven by Salvation Army lassie. Whenever drunken men and women are found on the steeets they will be bundled into the ambulance and taken into the Sal vation Army shelter, where they will be allowed to sober up. The first am buianoes put into service wiii be seen in the Bowery and the Tenderloin. An unusual spectacle was witnessed at the court house steps in Elizabethtown, Ky., when a man was sold at auction under the vagrancy law. The vagrant was Lawrence Peak, a white man, who bad been convicted by the circuit court. A large crowd was present to bear Deputy Sheriff M. II. Williams cry the sale. There was only one bidder, John Cecil, a farmer. He bid $12 65 and Peak wis knocked down to ?hinv Cecil h nnr control of Peak's servioes for six months, bnt he must clothe acd feed him just SI slaves were .rested, i , THOSR OKKKTINOS. How weary that ponderous brain nils be that originated those solntllaling 'groellnga" which the Bryan club of Santa Fo scot to Candidate Bryan 1 ' " Witness a few chunks of the "greet." Would to Uod we could wrlto "21" upon the tolas ot our boots, and thus by an Illu sion, at least, claim to bs the voting "tetenty-one." But until too Chicago platform oomes out and sits trluuipbautly upou tbe forehtnd of our statutes, we mast remain la pupilage. Yet the hearts that are with you groan and rojolce when there is occasion, . Tlinerous young Ambition and veteran Hope alike converge to you; they bear your words and profit. Wounded Labor, resting upon the elbow ot Hope upon tbe battle-Uolds of tbe north, east, south and west, watch yon as ) ou pais like a bene dlctine among the unfortunate, and tbe parched Hps of Industry ory aloud your name,' . - Pboentx-llke, you rise from the ashea ot oremettd humanity, and fling re-awaken-tng among tbe people." "Bryan, tt rex, tt dux." "Sio tempered tarantulas!" .Wow!" Under the operations of the Wilson act, GO per cent, of the American wool en mills have been closed. With Bry an in the presidential chair, the re mainder of the mills will close. This is a very cheerful outlook for New Mex ico sheep owners and wool growers, indeed. Bryan's election means from the hot frying pan Into a very hot fire for that portion of New Mexico's peo ple dependent on wool growing and sheep raising for a living. And be it remembered, that wool growing and sheep raising is to-day the principal industry of this Territory. The Bryan-Sewall-Watsoo papers and speakers are wore ridiculous than sublime. None But Ayer's at the World's Pair. Ayer's Sarsapanlla enjoys the ex traordinary distinction of having been the only blood purifier allowed an ex hibit at tbe World's fair, Chicago Manufacturers of other Sarsapatillas sought by every means to obtain a snowing of their goods, but they were all turned away under the application of tbe rule forbiddinsr the entry of patent medicines and nostrums. The decision of the World's fair authorities in favor of Ayer's Sarsaparilla was in effect as follows: Ayer's Sarsapariiia is not a patent medicine. It does not belong to the list of nostrums. It is here on its merits." Is It a Clue? From the Trinidad Advertiser. ; ' Sunday afternoon, Officer Dallison made a find of a Winchester and two boxes of cartridges in the bushes west of ADimas bridge along toe Gulf track. This is thought to be tbe gun Hsed in the Raton hold-up Friday. A gun of the same discription and two boxes of cartridges were stolen in Raton, Fri day, and one of the hold-ups that night bad a Winchester. Could it be possi ble that Trinidad parties committed the deed ? Mexican Central Railway. From the sea to tbe clouds. Passing mod ern cities and ancient monuments. Stan dard guage in everythingmanagement, ideas and treatment of patrons. Tne only line in the Republic running Pullman pal ace buffet sleeping cars between the cap ital and points in tbe United States. Cheap rates and piompt service. For full partic ulars call ou or address J. F. Donohok, tt Com'l Agent, El Paso. Texas. Out on Parole. From the Democrat. Count Noaccount Lacerde of Brazil, the would be lover of Miss Dow of Tajique, is out on parole at Los Lunas. He has money now and gets tbe best the town affords. His sister is ex peoted from Arizona to night with tbe amount necessary to cover tbe required bond, so that tbe count will be free until his trial comes np in tbe fall. R. F. Hutchison, a brother of the maih-guy of the Springer Stockmau arrived in that burg from bis borne in Iowa. He is a late graduate of Ann Arbor, Mich., law school, and expects to locate at some point in New Mexico. Rewards Offered. Whereas, information bas just reached me that upon tbe lltn day oi June, a. u. 1696, Levi Heiizsteln and Merejlldo Galle eroi were murdered in tbe county of Quad alupe, and Territory of New Mexico by parties unknown, and who are now fugi tives from justice: Now. therefore, for the purpose of Be curing the arrest and conviction of said fueitives. I. W. T. Thornton, governor of the Territory of New Mexico, by virtue of tbe authority in me vested, do hereby offer a reward of five hundred ($500) dollars eaob for the arrest and delivery to the sheriff of GuadaluDe county, of tbe mur derers who committed the crime, tbe total reward sot to exceed tbe sum or one tnons end dollars and to be payable out of any inonev in tbe Territorial treasury appropri ated for rewards for the 47th fiscal year upon conviction of said criminals. Done at the executive cilice, this, the 19th dav of Jane. A. D. 1880. Witness mv band and the great seal of tbe Territory of New Nextco. SEAL W . 1. '1 HOBNTOH, -.. Governor of New Mexico. By the Governor: MORION JUILLIB, Secretary of the Territory of N. M, rCvv. HeBlthy, happy children make better men and wo men of us all. A little care and a little planning before oirtn is otten more import ant than anything that can be done after. - - On the mother's health and strength depend the life and the future of the children. A weak and sickly woman cannot bear strong and healthy children. Most of the weakneM of women is utterly inexcus able. Proper care and proper medicine will cure almost any disorder of tbe feminine organism. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion has been tested in thirty years of practice. It is healing, soothing, strengthening. It is perfectly natural in its operation and effect. By its use, thousands of weak women have been made strong and healthy have been made the mothers of strong and healthy children. Taken during gestation, it makes childbirth easy and almost pain less and insures the well being of Doth mother and child. P. KOTO, Douglas Ave. Butcher Shop. Fresb ranch eggs received daily. Ball mora meat for a dollar, Ifcao.apy market la tb civ 1 AN IDEAL GOLD CAMP. The Hopewell Mining Camp Its Geo " graphical and Topojiruphlent Locution and Mineral Formations. FIRST LETTER OF A BURIES. From Our Bpeolal Correspondent. ' IIoi'kWKLL, N. M., August 4th It does not require a strttcb of the imagi nation to assert with truth that this is "the richest gold camp on earth" in surface wealth, while in every Instanoe where any depth worth mentioning has been attained, the ore bodies have be come richer. Tbe Hopewell, or Good Hope gold fields are reached from Tres Piedras, on the Denver & Rio Grande railroad, over a good wagon-road, and are situated In the Chama raoge, on tbe eastern slope of the continental divide, the distance from the railroad being about twenty miles. Twenty miles above Hopewell tbe Rio Blanco flows down to the Pacific, while twen ty. live miles west the Chama stream descends to tbe Rio Grande. This dis trict is wholly situated on government land, and therefore is happily free from the curse of land grants. Among the oldest producers are five patented mines belonging to New York in vestors. Although the district Is an old one as a permanent producer of placer gold, it was not until the past few years that the prospector turned his attention from the beds of the various auriferous streams to tbe quartz leads on the slopes above. Many thousands of dollars In course rugged gold have been taken from these placers, year after year, and sent to the mints in a quiet, unostentatious way since 1880, when D. M. Field, J. M. Bonnett and a man named Morgan made the first pannings here of rich gravel. Held got his first lesson in gulch mining in Georgia, his native state. He was "grub staked" by J. P. Rinker who previously held a position in the gen eral affans of tbe Denver & Rio Grande railroad at Colorado Springs. Since that year Mr. Rinker has permanently resided here and is now about to see bis dreams of an ideal gold camp real iz.d. He is interested in several of the richest properties in the district and is destined to become a man of great wealth. The Hopewell gold belt Is about eight miles wide, and is now being prospected about fifteen miles in length. There are about 200 prospect- ors in tne ueia ana several hundred claims have been located, including those in the Bromide and Vallecito sections. No effort to boom the camp bas Deen made, nor is any desired Many of the property-owners have in- duoed relatives and friends to invest, and development work is now going on at a nveiy rate in every . direction However, there are many good proper ties awaiting investment, and there is plenty of vacant ground whioh invites the attention oi tne intelligent pros pector. The main part of the district lies in a basin ; hemmed in by a quartzite range. The gold belt is chiefly in scnist formation, id which strong por phyry dikes are eminent. Tbe contacts occur in the porphyry, granite, quartz, ire and schist; la another mineral bearing belt lime predominates, Wben the ground is not covered with debris, and the mineral-bearing ledges come to tbe surface, float is plentifully scat tered. It is the exception, and not the rule, to pick up a piece of mineral bearing rock anywhere that will not pan gold. In the leads, the gold is not only held in tbe quartz, but is liberally disseminated through the iron-bearing schist. Iron, both in the hematite and oxide forms, is freely associated with the gold-beariog quartz. There is abundance of water, grass and limber, and of these and other natural advantages something will be said in a future letter. Hopewell now comprises thirty-five comfortable log ana frame nouses, ana about as many tents are scattered over the district. There are two grocery stores, a post office, hotel, butcher shop, saloon, bar. ber shop and a well-equipped assay of fice. , More notel accommodations are badly needed, as there is no place for one-half tbe visitors to eat and sleep. Those coming unprepared must put up with toe situation as best they can. While a large amount of work is going on in the mines, there is no demand at present for more miners. Most all the mines in tbe district are in ore from tbe grass roots down. Several of them are being actively de veloped while others are taking out ore for shipment or for treatment on tbe ground, when reduction plants, now in contemplation, will be erected in tbe near future. A Cripple Creek Company of mill men are figuring on tbe erection of an extensive plant in which tbe latest improved methods of gold saving will be applied. The gold values run from $5 to $300 in milling quantities while assays of choice streaks of quartz run up in tbe thous ands of dollars. Free gold appears in every lode where some depth has been reached. Numerous contracts have been en tered into for extensive development work this season. John J. Pace and bis associates have laid out a tunnel site, on wbiob 400 feet will be run to tap numerous mines in group of six claims they own on Iron mountain. A description of this promising property will be given in tbe next letter. Joe Scott, Fierce Murpby and Henry Deacb, of Las Vegas, arrived last night. Two more Las Vegas outfits are booked for to-day and to-morrow. Tbe Meadow City boys are showing their faith by tneir worss. Several parlies of capitalists from Colorado points, and one from Omaha, Neb., are looked for, to arrive here any uay. : . LEADVILLB. Qnlcklr.Tfcaronelily, Forever Cured. Four out of Ave who s after nervousness, .mental worry, attacks of " the blues." are bat paying tbe penalty of early excesses. Vic tims, reclaim yonr manhood, regain your Bend for book with Vigor. Don't despair. explanation and proofs. Mailed (sealed) free. m KEQICAl CO., Buffalo, N.Y, The Maxwell Land Grant Situated in New Mexico and Colorado, On the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, and ; Union racihe, Denver 1,000,000 are of Iai For .Sale! Farming Lands Under Irrigation Systems: In tracts of 20 aTcs and upwards, with perpetual water" rights,' cneap, ana on easy terms ot to 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 flue ranches suitable for raising grains and fruits, in size of traots to suit purchaser. Large Pastures For Lease, j For long terms of years, fenced or nnfenced shipping facilities over two .railroads. , ; Gcasapr . On this Grant, near its western boundary, are situated the famous Gold Mining Districts of ELIZABETHTOWN and BALDY, where mines hare been successfully operated for 20 yers, and new, rich discoveries were made in 181)5, In the victnltv of the new camp of HEMATITE and HARKY BLUFF, as rich as any camp In Colo rado, but with lots of as vet unlocated ground opan to proapeotora on terms similar to, and as favorable as, the United States Government Laws and Regulations, Stage leaves every morning, except Sundays, from Springer for these camps. ' '. v 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. Io a telegram to Djo Felix Papa, at Santa Fe, Frank Leonatti announces the death of bis wife at Cerrillos on Monday, Tbe deceased was thirty-six years of age and had been ill many months, having lately been an inmate of St. Vincent hospital. The funeral took plaoe al Cerrillos, Rev. Father Gilberton officiating. The Good Qualities Possessed by Hood's Sarsaparilla are almost ueyoud mention. Best of all, It purifies the blood, thus strengthening the nerves. It regu lates the digestive organs, invigorates the kid neys and liver, tones and builds up the entire system. It cures dyspepsia, scrofula, catarrh and rheumatism. Remember, Hood's Cures. IlMd'a Pill act easily, yet promptly and effectively, on the liver and bowels. H5o. . It behooves 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 the next nine months;' Tbe re sults will effect all, personally, directly or mdirec.ly. This nation is on tbe eve of tbe most exciting presidential campaign in its history, European politics are in a very complicated state, and scientists are applying their discoveries to many lines that will pro duce startling new things. To keep abreast with the world one should read, in addition to the local or county paper, a live metropolitan newspaper, snob as The Twice-a-Week Republic, of Si. Louis. It is the most progressive journal iu. the United States, and in each issue it gives the latest political news of all parties in the field, the latest general news of tbe world and many valuable special feat ures besides. This model newspaper is delivered . twice-a-week by mall for only $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 ayear oy mail. - Seme Ready Information. The following statistical Information should be out out and pasted on your of- nce ue8i: lor future ana irequent refer ence: DISTANCES FBOM LAS VEGAS. ... Miles Raton HO Springer 70 W agon Mound 46 Watrous 20 San Miguel ..;) Olorleta ............ 65 Laray 63 Miles "neblo..; 2u Topes a: 720 Uchlson 770 Kansas city 786 St. Louts 1,068 Chicago 1,476 wasningcon .z,ub Philadelphia .... 2,07 Santa Fe 83 Cerrillos.. ,,..82 Albuquerque 182 Los Luna Ifi2 Socorro 208 8an Marcial 236 Las Uruces Mi El Paso 81 New xorK ........ 2.18 Boston ...2 419 Tucson" 698 Chihuahua 6)2 City of Mexico... 1 612 los angeies .......i.wm San Diego l.o8 Denting ... S8S sau Francisco... 1.545 Silver City Trinidad ... La Junta ... Denver .411 184 216 895 Ouayuias 806 L. v. Hot springs.... 6 WblteOaks. direct. .160 Galveston, direct. .70S ALTITUDE Mora... Hot Sd'ks Park. OF VARIOUS PLACES. .7048 6767 .6469 'liver rity Spark's Ranch .0022 .8572 Springer Watrous Chicago Kansas City Raton Tuunel ... Glorleta Continental Dl vide on A.AP ... Flagstaff Needles . m . 766 Las Vegas . 6162! .7622 sanca r e .... Albuquerque Socorro El Paso Leadvllle Denver 018 7482 . 6001 . 4666 .7266 . 8662 10061 ..6200 6866 ,.477 422S Salt Lake City.... Up to Date 1806. The most complete tariff text book ever published is tbe new edition oi Tariff Facts tor Speakers and Stu dents," defender document No. 9260 pages, lust out. Publisher, tbe Ameri can Protective Tariff .league. Cam paign text books issued just before the election are ot little value. The tariff league is to be congratulated on its foresight in getting out its hand book so early in the year. Order by num ber only. Sent to any address for twenty-five cents. Address VV. F Wakemao, general secretary, 135 West twentv-tnira street, Hew York. PHCENIX MEAT MARKET, J. S, Dillon, Prop. Dealer In all kinds of FRESH MEATS, HAMS AND BACON, - Fish, Game and Poultry in Season. ORDERS SOLICITED. JOHN HILL, CONTRACTOR ill BOIIffi. Manufacturer of Sash and Doors, Mouldings, Scroll Sawing, Surfacing and Matching and 031 o Corner at Blanchard street and Brand avsnue. KA9T Ul Y(04 HEW KI x Gulf Kail ways. Of F I CIA L DIRECTORY. FEDERAL. Thomas B. Cation Delegate to Congress W. T. Thornton Governor Lorlon Miller., .....Secretary Thos. Smith unlet Justice in. u. (.oilier, 1 u 3 Haul""' ' N. B. LaughlinT' t Associate, G. D. Bants, J Felix Martlnei.. .Clerk 4tb Judicial District Charles F. Easley Surveyor-General Charles M. Shannon United States Collector U. 8. District Attorney Edward L.Hall U.S. Marshal W. H. Loom Is Deputy U. 8. Marshal J. W. Fleming ...TT. 8. Coal Mine Inspector James H. Walker, Santa Fe.Reg. Land office Pedro Delgado.Srvuta Fe....Kec. Land Office JohnD. Bryan, Las Graces, Ueg. Land Office Jag. P. AscaratetLasOruce,,Rec. LandOfflce Richard Young, Roswell.. ..Reg. Land Office W. H. Gosgrove, Roswell...R 3C. Land Office John c. Black, Clayton Reg. Land Office Josephs. Holland, Olayton.Rec, LandOfflce TERBIT0BIAL. J. P. Victory , Solicitor-General J. II. Crist, Diet. Attorney Santa Fe R. L. Young Lag (jruces Thos. J. wilkersnn " Albuquerque AHIarlLe " Silver city H. M. Dougherty Socorro Geo. McOurnilric " Raton A. A. Jones Las Vegas John FranHIn ' Koswell JosoSegura Librarian W. a. Wyllys Olerk Supreme Court E. H. Bergmann Supt. Penitentiary lieo. w Knaebel Adjutant General Samuel Eldodt ...Treasurer Marcellno Garcia 1 . . . fi Auditor Amado Ohaves Supt. Public Instruction M. S. Hart Coal Oil Inspector DIRECTORS OF THE INSANE ASYLUM. E. V. Long President Lorenzo Lopec Vice-President Carl w. Wlldensteln..,.,...Sec'y and Treas. Benlgno Romero..... Frank 8. Orosson. Dr Marron Medical Superintendent Geo. W. Ward ....Stewaru Mra. Camila Ollnger Matron COTJBT OP PRIVATE LAVS CLAIMS. . Joseph B. Heed, of Iowa, Chief Justice. ASSociiTB justices Wilbur F. Stone, of Colorado; Thomas O. Fuller, of North Carolina; William M. Murray, of Tennes see; Henry O. Bluss, of KanHaa. Mattnew a. Reynolds, oi Missouri, U. 8. Attorney, , , . ( CATTLE SANITARY BOARD W.H.Jack ...chairman, Silver City M.N.chaffln.... first dlstrict.East Las Vegas M.S.Otero focond district, Albuquerque R.G lleaC. third district. watrous J F.Hlnkle filth d'.6trlct, Lower Penasco J.A.LaRue secretary, Las Vegas 00UKTI. F. O. de Raca Gregorlo Flores S County Commissioners Dlonlclo Martinet ) Gregorlo Varela..,.., Probate Judge rtiuit-iu uimitmBi iTooatf, uierk Jose G. Montano.. lusnannr Hllarlo Romero , Sheriff uarios uauaiuon Collector Adelaido Gonzales., .School Superintendent Henry Goke Treasurer m. jones Surveyor Jesus ila. Prada Coroner LAS VEGAS PBE0IH0T3. Simon Aragon..,. Justice of the Peace. No. 6 D.O.deBaca ' " " 26 H. 8. Wooster 29 Antonlno Zubla "' " 64 - OUT OF FAST LAS VE3A8. F. E. Otney ; Mayor T. F. Clay Marshal C. K . Perry . .Treasurer j. js. Aioore Recorder B. V Long Attorney Dr. M. W. Robbing Physician V. D JlllUKSTTUt tU ... 1 J. K. Martin ' B. 1 . Forsythe....1, w ir un,.iw.T. K. L. Hamblln.';.".'.':.'.'. ........... Aldermen 8. T Kline L. H Hof metster . . . A. X. 4oger BOARD OS EUOCATIOn, J. A. carruth pain.ni O. V. Hedgcock Vice-President John York Secretary 0 ts. Perry. Treasurer MEMBBns First ward, Alfred U. Smith, Geo. V, Beed; second ward, 10. Fort, W. 9. McLean ; third ward, Edward Henry. J, M. D. Howard; fourth ward, O. V. Hedg cock, J. A. Carruth. .; , NEW MEXICO BOARD OF HEALTH. W. B. Tipton, M. D., President... Las Vegas G-. S.Kasterday.M D.,V-Pres...Albuaueraue Francis H.Atklnz. M.D..8ec E.Las Veirns J. H. Sloan, M. D.. Treas Santa Fe Win.Eggert, M. !., Santa Fe j . enuier, m. i . Katon M. Cunningham, M. D E. Las Vegas Now located on Sixth street, two doors north of the Postoflloe, TiBniianl Pliilig A Specialty. ,;,.--Xhe Finest Line of Stoves and Steel Ranges In the City. , Beating apparatus, heavy sheet Iron work, etc., contracted for at tbe bottom price. Let as figure on your work. O. S. ROGERS, Practical Horse-Shoer, LAS VEGAS, N. M. (7os. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west end ol linage. Special attention given to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith ing and woodwork. All work promptly done and satisfaction guaranteed. F. J. EMI, CHAFFIN & IIOKNE, Livery and Sale Stable. GOOD HIUS AND LIVELY, GENTLE TEAMS. Tents and Camping Outfits Furnished Free with 1 cam nire. Horses boarded by the day or month. Will keep on hand all kindi of Hay, Grain and Feed. Lowest prices guaranteed. Agents lor th Rushford and Newton Wagons. Give us a call. DOWLAS AVENUE, EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. (Successor to Coon Bros.) -WHOLISAIJt AMD RETAIL DEALER tit . HAEDWAHE. LUMBER, SASH, Paints, Oi9 Cerrillos Hard EAST LAS VEGAS, TEIiSPHONB No. SO Goods delivered New Mexico Planing Mill S'.' 'A CEMENTS, Prop, BUILDING MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS AND STYLES SASH, DOORS, SCREEN, ETC. Special Pi ices to Contractors and Builders,- In Lumber Shingles, etc. Office and Mill Corner Seventh and Jackson Streets. East Las Vegas. TELEPHONE 68. . THB'OFFIOl! Sample and Club Rooms, Corner Sixth Street and Douglas Avenue, : , . . i 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. f H t, v ' General , Land Grants, Improved Ranches, Native Cattle, Improved Cattle, Cattle Ranges, Horses and Sheep, Real Estate. Etc. Land Scrip of all Kinds, Territorial and Connty Warrants. eral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under the , : ' United States Land Laws. LAS VEGAS, J. H. TEITLEBAUM. The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co, :.' TEITLEBAUM & SAVILLE, ' . 109 Sixth Street, Opposite San Miguel National Bank. t GUTTING IT I Milwaukee Keg Beer, 60 per glass. 60c per gallon. Bottled Beer, 10c, 15c, 20c, & Whiskies. Sour Mash Bourbon. Samples ONLY Sc, J - Finer White House Club 25c U. 8. Club Per bottle. "Carlisle", Sole Ageit 8.50 Samples 10c, Half Ft 4 25c, Pts. 50o, Qts. II. Bole Agent , for ; Finest John Hsnnlne Carlisle" Whisky, Belle of Anderson Guckeuheimer. . . . McBrajer, Oscar Ped 3.50 per gallon. eAnrLisa, Half-pints 85c, Pin California and Native Wines from i-Kear entrance from Lincoln Ave., betveen Optio Office and Rosenthal Rroi t . . "Mess the Butttn. We'll do the rest." MERCHANTS' LUNCH - ; Is now Served at tHs Noon Hour, at the I oarlers DI4fJl3 served in o'clock, at of the season can be had OLARK & FOR Headq MiLLS & KOOGLER, v . , . Successors to T. B. MILLS, Established in 1878. , ' Real Estate, MininV Insurance Agts. ; Represent the Royal ExcHuige Assurance Company, ' of London, Eigland ; Assets County and school bouds bought and sfd. lies, large use 01 ranch and Improved pppertv and over s nnn Ann 1" 7 "?c""" lands in the soti'h and southwest, at Drioi T.hiM, i,.ii ""w f timber Bridge St., Las Vegas. N. 91. -j AGUA PURA COMPANY WHOLE8All DEALEU IN PURE MOUNTAIN ICE Lates aiiS mm in Lsj Urn Hot Springs Canop. , rLn-uLGuL Capicit 50,000 Toaa Our Ice is pure, firm and ciar, and gives entire satisfaction to our rAny patrons. Office: 620 Douglas Ate., BOOBS,' BIMIS, VjpRlS and Glass, and Soft CoaL . NEW MEXICO - tree In city. Estimates cheerfully COntiaCiura. furnished to Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N, M. Broker. Gen NEW MEXICO P. SAVILLE, Mob DOWN FINK. PER GAL. ......$2.00 2.25 2.50 Cigars Fromill per boxfr 1 Chewing and Smoking; Tobaccos t m 25o per lb, a Sole Agent for j, 'Railsplittkb' ' Cigar. - So Straight) '; $2.15 per box. f t8.15c,Pts.25o Qts.50c Whiskies, per gal. S3.00 825 whiskies, pes gal. $4.00 4.25 5.60 per and Yellowstone ONLY lOo. 65c, Quarts, $1.25 0 per Bottle, and $1 per Gallon, ud. 8hort Order Lunch Counter. ire evening irom. until j Jhich time all the dtlicacies T our patronage solicited. 1 : SYTHE, Prop'rs. Best facilities for placing each eeeurf. uompemors. Office oa East Us Vegas, N.Kj' RATI SHOE CO -'-"SV