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THE DAILY OPTIC.
R. A. KISTLBR, Editor and Proprietor. entered nt the Kaati I m Venal, N. M., poatofflce for transmission through the nulla at second-class matter. omouL rAFBa or thm oitt. Special Notice. L&t VitoAS Dailt OPTio-Dellvereil bj mall, post-paid, 10,0(1 per annum; fo.ooforslx mouths j ti.W lor three months, liy car rier, cents per week. lit Vboas Wkkklt Optio 28 colamni, de livered by mall, pont-pald, f'J.OO per an num, $1.1)0 lor ilz monthi, !ao for three month!. Single copies In wrappers,s cent!. Bam pie copies of both dally and weekly, mailed free when (loMred. Give postofflce address In full, Including state. OaBKanpoNKKNoe Containing rntws, solid- k ted from all parti of the country. Com munication! addreaied to the editor of Thi Optic, to Insure attention, should be accompanied by the writer's full name and address, not for publication, but ai a guaranty of iiood faith. Ebmittaboks May be made by draft.nioney order, postal note, express or registered letter at our rise. Address all letters and telegrams to ThdOptio, Kast Las Vtgas, New Mexico. ForPresident, WILLIAM McKIKLEY. 01 Ohio. For Vice-President, GARRET A. HO U ART, Of New Jersey. "To all our products, to those of tbe mine and tbe field, as well as those of the shop and faotory, to WOOL', tbe product! of tbe great Industry of sbeep husbandry swell as to the finished woolens of tbe mill, we promise tbe most ample protection." National Republican Platform. PROTECTION, BIMETALLISM, STATEHOOD. MONDAY EVENING. AUGUST 10, 1886 It is estimated that Queen now rules over 367,000,000 Victoria people. Colonel J. M. Wilson, commissioner of public buildings at Washington says that 1,244,227 persons have as vended tbe Washington monument without an accident since 1888. Some of the Territorial papers are after that alleged pardon bureau with a long stick, and the defense so far ad vanced on the charges, is totally absent from the New Mexican, the governor's mouth-piece. The Albuquerque Citizen stood out manfully for its convictions on the money question until tbe gold plank was inserted in tbe St. Louis platform and it then became the menial of a few federal office seekers. Governor Budd, of California, and a number of other prominent men on the Pacific coast, have chartered a whaling; vessel and will set out on a voyage for blubber or any other avail able game in a few days. . Miss Sarah Eleakob Veedkr, of Lyons, N. Y., who has been studying in an art school in Paris, has gained tbe Gee painting scholarship of $500. Tha scholarship was instituted by Hiram Gee, of Ithaca, N. Y'., one of the trus tees of Cornell University. The Optic is none the less republi can because of the stand it has taken on the silver question. In fact, this makes it all the more intensely repub- lican, to dare to come out boldly for .the life-long republican principles, in tbe face of boss opposition. An Enterprise, Ore , saloonkeeper, for tbe revocation of w hose license a petition bad been circulated, published a card addressed to "his friends who had been so kind as to sign the peti tion," asking them to' please settle their whisky bills before he closed bis place. The dread report comes from- Eng. land that Lady Henry Somerset has formed a new society "for the purpose of enabling ladies to speak with rhetorical fluency." The great mass of mankind will be ready to testify that there is no need of special education to give fluency to tbe feminine tongue. But the prospectus goes on to say that the education wiil be directed to "en' abliog ladies to convince their oppon ents, or at least to prevent them from sleeping on their errors." ' With this last clause in view, husbands all over the world will rise up in protest against such wholly unnecessary training. ., The British fleet bad its annual ma neuver' a few days ago. Admiral Sey mour bad the smaller and slower divis ion of the fleet. But the weather was what the sailors call "dirty" weather, and so he was able to elude the vigil ance of tbe swifter and larger fleet of the other division. He got away and figuratively stormed the Irish coast, notwithstanding the large division was supposed to be chasing bim, and now the Englishmen are asking what a French or German fleet might be able to do in case it was real war tod dirty weatber at the same time, " , THE HOPEWELL GOLD CAMP. The Variou3 Mines Now Being Worked, and Some of the Promising Prospects of ' the Great Camp. LAS VEGAS CONTINGENT From Our Special Correspondent. 1 Hoi'KwuLL, N. M , August Oth. While the voters of tbo cities and the valleys are waxing warm over tbe 16 to 1 puzzle, the prospeotors and mine owners of this district are coolly work ing out tbe tiiancial question to ibeir entire satisfaction. la fact, they have no time to discuss politics, for between house building and delving for the precious yellow stuff, every band in the camp is kept busy from sunrise to dark. There is unusual aoiivity just now among the 200 prospeotors, and their! number is being augumented . day by day by fresh arrivals. The Las Vega' contingent has secured a strong bold In tbe district; so bas Rtton. Among them are several railroad men. Santa Fe would have had the first whack at the choioa gold ledges, but for an ' unfortunate circumstance. 'A representative from the Capita city visited tbe camp the early part of July, and plaoed himself in the hands of a couple of prospectors who had claims of their own outside the regular gold belt to represent. The result was that tbe Santa Fe man went home laden down with rocks that assayed n trace at best. Of course, he and bis friends sized tbe camp up as no good. As a matter of fact, there is not tbe slightest exaggeration in saying that there is not a prospected ledge within tbe gold basin that does not pan the yellow stuff in satisfactory strings. Several big oompanies have taken hold here, and at least three extensive mill ing plants will be erected here within the next sixty days. Hopewell is not on the eve of a legitimate, healthy boom, she may be said to be enjoying it now. As stated in a prevloui letter, nearly all tbe mines and prospect holes in the district are sunk or run in on mineral from the grass roots. Among the properties now taking out ore or prose cuting development work, the follow ing are prominent: The "Gold Dollar, " on what is termed tbe lower contact, owned by Monte Vista, Col., parties. A group of claims on the same con tact, owned by Nebraska capitalists, represented on the ground by N. Hall. A group of claims also on the lower contact owned by La Jara, Col , par ties, represented by Messrs. Blake and Kewcomb. ., A lease on 300 feet of the "Cinnabar" mine is being worked by John A Ba ker,, of San Juan, Col. Three eight hour shifts are employed. This mine is in great ore just now. Mr. Baker will send The Optic a huge chunk of this ore, which he guarantees will run $10,000 a ton. Dan O'L ary, who bas made satis factory shipments from tbe "Hidden Treasure" is pushing the further d velopment of that property. , , ' Fred Erb, who is putting up a build ing for family residence, is taking out some very good ore from his "Mary" mine. Tbe "Red Jacket" owners are driv ing a tunnel to drain tbe main working shaft, which is now Submerged by forty feet of water. The tunnel is driven 250 feet, and 125 feet remain to be cut be fore intersecting the shaft. When that is completed, a force of men will be put to work extracting ore. This property is' equipped with modern steam hoist, and tbe company own small stamp mill conveniently located in the adjoining gulch. The mill is crime, old-timer, ana tbe owners are contemplating the erection of an exten sive modern plant. A new working shaft is being sunk on the "Mineral Point" mine, the property of J. P. Kinker, of Hopewell, and E. C. Sterling, of Dnrango, Colo., preparatory to taking out ore. This is one of the richest and best developed mines in tbe camp. The high-grade ores will be shipped and the balance will be milled on the ground, the treat ment to include the cyanide process. - Messrs. Uallagber and Johnson, of Durango, Colo., also Mr. Patterson of tbe same town, are developing promis. ing claims on the contact. Among the most inviting prospects in the gold belt are the "Monte Vista1 and "Buena Vista" owned by William reet and Dr. JMdridge.of Tres ffedras. The claims are located on the same prominent ledge of iron quartz and for tbe small amount of work done give promise of being great produoers when depth is gained. It is understood that tbe owners are making arrangements for extensive development of these proper ties this season. The ledge pro trudes boldly through the porphyry and conforms strictly to the fixed mineral conditions of the richest ; and best developed properties in this won derful gold belt. "i - A LAS VEGAS GROUP OF GOLD MINES. Jaw Bone. Optic. Tip Top. Little Sadie. Holmes A Sherwood. Iron Kin. Colo. Springs. Iron Duke. Iron Bar. H.48. ' Buck Horn Placer Gulch. Grand View. On the 7th of July John J. Paoe, R u.sra nuu mi t, iuu, me auvance guard of the Las Vegas contingent, ar. rived in this oampand after a thorough examination of the district from a geo logical and mineralogical standpoint, conoluded to set their stakes for what promises to he a good sized fortune. Each one of this lucky trio bas had many years' experience In prospecting and aotnal mining. It was to be -ex pected tnat tbey knew 1 good thing when they saw it, and so when tbev set tbeirstakes on Iron mountain there was a rush ol claim-seekers to that vi cinity. Both tbe placer and lead gold of tbe district is closely associated with the iron, and study of this tact led , tey ',9 seek out tfc; ss'rls tht yield. 1 ed the yillow metal, liberally found in tbe gulches benoatb. This they found, after a few days prospecting, In what they bave termed Iron mouutain. Be fore posting a location notice they further satisfied themselves of tbe cor rectness of their theory by numerous pannings of quartz from tbe immense ledges that crop out along the entire length of the mountain. They bave looated, surveyed and are now working a group of tlx claims, whioh take in almost the entire mountain. The group comprises the "Tip Top," "Lit tle Sadie, ""Iron King," "Iron Duke," Iron Bar" and "Grand View" ledges shows in the accompanying diagram. Associated with thorn in tbe ownership of these claims era Ed Moore, Gu9t Peterson and M. M. MoSohooler. En gineer Peterson, who has a layoff from bis run between Las Vgas and Raton, is enjoying bis vacation in orosbing and washing ont gold from tbe choice quartz found in the Iron mountain ledges and in assisting in their develop ment by polishing tbe head of a drill, which he does with as much dexterity as he pulls the throttle of $oK 700. . I be mountain Iks one and one-half miles northwest of Hopewell, and forma the north slope of Buckhorn placer gulch. They also own twenty acres ot placer ground in this gulch. J be quartz ledges vary from two to twelve feet in width and are promin ently exposed In tbe quartziie and porphyry contact along the fuil length of the mountain. This company has located a townsite at the mines which they bave named Iron Mountain City, i The mines will be developed by a tunnel from 800 to 400 feet in length, whiob will cut the exposed veins and other blind leads at a depth of from 75 to 175 feet. The "Jaw Bone" mine which tsfr mounts this group, is one of tbe most valuable properties in the district. It is developed by several shafts and a tunnel. , The deepest shaft is in ruin eral from the grass roots to a depth of eighty-five feet, with thirty inobVs of high grade ore whi:h assays from $200 to $10,000. Work was suspended on this mine on account of water and will be resumed when pumping machinery is secured. utner claims on iron mountain are "The Optic" owned by R. A. Kistler, A. O. Milice, W. C. Reid and tbe writer, two claims owned by Holmes and Sherwood and a claim owned by a Colorado springs company. Several other Las Vegans are inter ested in the immediate' vicinity includ ing Fred Erb, T. L. Bnnegar and Dell Gatcbel. The Iron Mountain company will push development vigor ously and they confidently expect to encounter a large body ot rich carbon ates or oxides at a depth of fifty feet or so, as shown by the surface indications Naturally tbe claimants are all jubilant over their good fortunes. camp notes. Hopewell is a thoroughly American camp. --....': There is a splendid opportunity for a live townsite man. If one mine makes a camp, Hope wen will make a city. Edward Moore arrived from Las Ve gas this morning, and is delighted over his company's prospects. Mr. Hes'er, an Omaha capitalist, who is interested with N. Hall In tbe "Good Hope" mine, will arrive on to-day's train. D. S. Burgess, a landscape artist and general painter, has arrived from Monte Vista, Col., and is doing the camp. . Hopewell prospectors use no cabin padlocks. This will be a pleasing bit of - news to brother prospectors in Cochiti. Miss Anna Reisenger, of Freeport, ins., is visiting her sister. Mrs. J. P, Rinker, and is a charming acquisition to the small but delightful society circle oi tne camp. , - E. E. Builingame, the well-known Denver' assayer, who recently spent several days investigating this camp, is Dgurmg on getting bold of some good goia property pere. Mail arrives here on Tuesdav. xnursaays ana Saturdays, Tbe ao commodnting postmaster, Edwin B aeward, was formerly connected with the law office of Fiske & Warren, at santa fe. General Manager Holdridge. of the C. B. & Q. railroad, who, with several of tbe chief officers cf that company have interests in this camp, will arrive here, this evening, to look over his property. The Optic man has been royally en tertained at the delightful home of Jo seph P. Rinker, the father of the camp. Mr. Rinker is entitled to a big share of tne credit lor any good that may re sult from this correspondence. Las Vegans and others intending to visit Hopewell will consult both their comfort and tbe welfare of tbeir pocket books In stopping at the Exchange bo te), while in Santa Fe, where mine boat, John T. Forsha.wili take the best care of them. The table contains tbe very best a bountiful market affords, and the rates are very moderate. Leadville. Tax great cattle, sheep and silver industries of New Mexico bave suffered severely, for the reason ot adverse legislation, But there is one growing industry here that seems to be safe, whatever tbe political outcome may be, and that is gold mining. There are now a cumber of infant gold camps la New Mexico, whiob, if tbey were in Colorado or California, would attract world-wide attention, but being in a Territory, are only appreciated by tbe men who are on the ground and see for themselves the possibilities therein. But it will not be many months until eastern capital will see the bbnanzas In New Mexico, and we may then reason ably expect a good, healthy boom. The Peco Valley Argun comes out now in a new and improved form, be ing a four oolumn, eight page paper, on a noisbed book paper. It U a boso'7, 'od 09 tplstske. RTUt TUT Situated in Now Mexico and Colorado, - v On the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, and Union Pucific, Denver & Gulf Railways. Rnn nnn anrp.s nf Land Pnr Ualp. jUUUj UUU UV1UM Ul XiUUU 1U1 MUIU Farming Lands Under Irrigation Systems:" In tracts of 20 acres and upwards, with perpetual water frights, 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 (food shelter, interspersed with Mae ranohes suitable ' for raising grains and fruits, in size of tracts to suit purchaser.!. Large Pastures For Lease, For lone; terms of years, .fenced railroads. - On tbl Grant, near Its western boundary, are situated the famon Goll Mining District of ELIZABSTHTOWN and BALDY, where mine, bave been aocensrully operated for 20 years, and new, rich dleooverle were made la 1895, In the vicinity of the new camps of HEMATITE and HARRY BLUFF, as rich as any camp in Colo rado, bnt with lot of as yet unlocated ground open to prospectors on terms similar to, and as favorable as, the United States Uorernuient 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. Hon. Dabney M, Scales, speoial United States district attorney, from Memphis, Tenn., was at White O ika tbe fore part of the week, leaving that place for Lincoln, where be .will bs engaged for somj time in taking testt. mony in various Indian depredation cases against the government. gj proved by the statements of lead OaleS ng druggists everywhere, show that the people have an abiding confluence ' In Hood's Sarsaparllla. Great f proved by the voluntary state will wS ments of thousands of men and - women show that Hood's Sarsaparllla ac tually does possess g3lisr over disease by purifying, en 1r OWCI ricking.-and Invigorating Ue ' blood, upon which not only health but lite Itself depmK Th gri-t O Hood's Sarsaparllla In OUbwvSS curing others . warrants you In believing that a faithful use of Hood's ' Sarsnparitia will cure you If you suffer from any trouble caused by Impure blood. Sarsaparilla Is the One "f rue liiood Purifier. A"fl druggists. 81. Prepared only by C. I'. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. . . r ea,y to take, easy nOOU S fills .to operate. 26 cents. Grandma Hixenbau2b,who bad been visiting her son and family at Hall's peak; came down to Springer, leaving for bor , home . at Kiton. While in Springer she was a guest of Er W Calley and family.1 None But Ayer's at the World's Pair. Ayer's Sarsaparilla enjoys the ex traordinary distinction of having been tbe only blood punber allowed an ex hibit at the World's fair, Chicago, Manufacturers of other Sarsapaiillas songbt by every means to obtain a 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 effect as follows; "Ayer's Saisaparilla Is not a patent medicine. It does not belong: to the list of nostrums. It is here on its merits " , George W. Patrick and wife. bave re turned to AlbnanernnA from a month's stay at Elizabetbtown, III. Mr. Fat rick is disciplinarian and industrial tf acher at the Indian school down there. - H , Col. S. P.'Carpepter or Silver City, received a car load of fat steers from SolnmonvilK, Arizona. They will be slaughtered to supply beef to Fort Bayard. . CEEMS as if all the things we like disa- . gree with us, and all '-. the things we don't like, agree with us. V Dyspepsia lurks in most of the good things we eat, and indigestion follows the gratification of appetite. Of course, it isn't Nature's fault Nature does the best she can, and if a man will onlv help her a little bit at the right time, he may eat what he likes and as much as he likes. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are for eople who are troubled with indigestion, 'articularlv for those in whom it manifests itself in the form of constipation. The Pellets " are Quick and easv in their ac tion. They are in perfect harmony with Nature. They effect a permanent cure. You need take them resrularlv onlv a little while. After that, use them occasionally when you, need them when you have eaten something that disagrees with you. They may be taken iust as freely as you would take water or any other necessity of life. Once used they are always in favor. F.J. CHUG, Now looated on Sixth street, two doors ,, north of the Postofflce, Tinning anfl PInmtiiDs A Specialty. t The Finest Line of . s Stoves and Steel Rantres ; In tha City. Heating; apparatus, heavy sheet Iron work, etc., uuntrsoieri tor ai tbe hnttnm prfea. Let V 8gnr on roor woTk. rmm t i n, jl or unfenced ;J shipping facllltieiUoTer Itwo , . OFFICIAL DIRECTOR. . FEDEBAL. Thomas B. Oation W. T. Thornton... Lorlon Miller Delegate to Congress Governor Thos. Smith tx ilton, I , llln, r n'es.. .Oler ... ..DVCTDinry ....Chief Justice N. O. Collier. H. B. Hamilton N. B. Lauglilln 8. D. Rants. Associates Felix Martinet. . .Clerk tb Judicial District Charles F. Kaslef Surveyor. finera! Charles M. Shannon United States Collector D. 8. District Attorney Edward L. Hall U.S. Marsha) V. H. Loorals Deputy U. 8. Marshal I. W. Fleming ...U.S. Coal Mine Inspector James H. Walker, Santa re, Beg. Land office Pedro Delgado, Santa Fe....Kec. Land omce JohnD. Bryan, Las Oruces.BegLand Office Jas. P. A8carate,LasCruce8,Rec. LandOfflce Kicbard Young, Boawell.. ..Beg. Land Office W. H. Cosgrore, Roswell..,B4c. Land Office John C. Black, Clayton Reg. Land Office Joseph S. Holland. Olayton.Bec, LandOfflce TERRITORIAL. J. P. Victory Solicitor-General J. H. Orlst, Dist. Attorney... Santa Fe B. L. Young ' Lag unices Thos. J. Wilfcerson " Albuquerque A. H. Harlle " Sliver City H. M. Duugr; erty ' Socorro Geo. McCuimlrt " Baton A. A. Jones " ....Las Vegas JohnFranriln , ...Hoswell lose Segura Librarian W. H. Wyllyf... Clerk Supreme Court E. H. Berguiann Bupt. Penitentiary Geo. W . Knaebel Adjutant General Samuel Eldodt Treasurer Marceltno Garcia Auditor Amado Ohuvea. , . .. . Supt. Public Instruction M. S. Hart Coal Oil Inspector DIRECTORS OF THE INSANE ASYLUM. E. V. Long.... President Lorenzo Lopes Vice-President Carl W. Wllrtensteln., Sec'y and Treas. Benlgno liouiero Frank S. C'rosson Dr. J. Marron Medical SunertntBtilont Geo. W. Ward Steward Mrs. Camella Ollnger ,. Matron 00DRT OF PRIVATE LAUD CLAIMS. Joseph B. Heed, of Iowa, Chief Jostle. associate JDBTI0E8 Wilbur F. Stone of r T ...... .1 . mhrimnM ! XT.. II - 1 ' unrujiuu, tv ijxiuui in. murray, oi lermee. see; Henry O. Slues, of Kansas. Matthew G. Beynolds, of Missouri. U. 8, Attorney, ' CATTLS SANITARY BOABD " W.H.JarK '. chairman, silver nit. M.N.Lhaffln... .first dlstrlct.East Las Vegas M . 8 .Otero .... ,r nond district , Albuquerque B.G Hea third district, atrous J F.Hlnkle flfth d'strlct, Lower Penasco j.a.laucb secretary, bas Vegas C0UBTY. F. O. de Baca Gregorlo Mores 5 County Commissioners Dlonlclo Martinet ? Gregorlo Varela ....Probate Jodge I'ttinuiv vj'juauiB, .. , ..rrooaw uierr Jose a. Montano, Assessor HUarto Romero Sheriff Carlos Gabaldon Collector Adelaldo Gonzales... School Superintendent Henry Goke..., ...Treasurer F. M. Jones Snrvetnt jesus Ma. Prada. ,. Coroner LAS VEGAS PRE0IH0TS. Simon Aragon... .Justice ot the Peace, No. I D. O. deBaca . " " 26 H. 8. wooster " " eg Antonlno Zubla " " 4 OUT OF FAST LAB VBQAB. V. K.Olney . ..(...Mayor ....Marshal .Treasurer ..Becorder ...Attorney Payslclan t. uiay C. B. Perrf J. E. Moore B. V Long... ,.. . Dr. M. W. Bobbins. O. H)lllngswortb . J. &. Martin B. I . t orsythe.... W. H. Birber B L. Bamblln 8. T Kline , L. H Hofmelster ... .Aldei-ass A. 'X. itogars BOABD Of XDUOATIOa, J. A. Carruth... President O. V. Hedgcock Vice-President jonn iorx ..Secretary O. B. P.rry , .Treasurer Mkmbbhs First ward, Alfred B. Smith Geo. V. Reed ; second ward, L. O. Fort.- W McLean; third ward, Bdward Henry M.D.Howard; fourth ward, O. V. Hedg cock, J. A. carruth. - - MtW MEXICO BOARD OF HEAVTH. W. R. Tipton, M. D., President... Las Vegas G;. S.Fasterday.M D.,V-Pres... Albuquerque Francis H. Atkln.f , M.D.,8ec....t.Las Vegas i. n. oiunu, oi . u., rreaa .....annca re Win.Eggert, M. D., Santa Fe j. j . enuier, m. u Baton J. M. Cunningham, M. D B. Las Vegas PHttNiX 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 and SUILDEB. Manufacturer ot Sash and Doors, Mouldings, Scroll Sawing, Surfacing and Matching Planine Mill and Ot&oe Corner ef Blanohard street and Brand avenue. KAST LAS VKQA KKW MUX P. ROTH;.' Douglas Ave. Butcher Shop. Freed ranch erira relv'! Hp.11 more meat (or dollar. tban.anj market In the oitT.. , . OHAFFIN & HORNE, Liverv and Sale Stable. GOOD MUS AND LIVELY, GENTLE ',TEAMS.' Tents and Campimr Outfits Furnished Free with Team Hire. Hones boarded by the day or month. Will kerp on hand all kinds ol Hay, Grain and Feed. Lowest prices guaranteed. Agents for the Rush ford and Newton VVngons. Give us a call. DOUGLAS AVfcNUE, EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. . C3j- SB BWl SSI (Successor to Coors Bros.) WHOLKSAM AMD BET AIL DSAXBS IK HABDWABE. LDMBEB, SiSH. Paints, Oil Cerrillos Hard . . EAST LAS VEGAS, TKLRPHOKE Ho. SO Goods deUrered tree la city. New Mexico S. A BUILDING MATERIALS OF SASH, DOORS, Spjc'al Pi ices to Contractors and Buttle , ,Ih Lumbfr Shingles, etc. Estimates cheerfully furnished to contractors. ' . Office and 11 ill Corner Seventh and Jackson Streets, East Las Vegaa. ' - TKLEPHOMt 68.- Sample and Club Rooms, Corcer Sixth Street and Douglas Avenue, CHRIS SELLMAN, Proprietor, ' Choicest brands of imported and domestic wines, liauoi-s anA rirra always in stock. Polite and attentive night. The patronage of gentlemen 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. Gen , eral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under the United States Land Laws. LAS VEGAS, J. M. TEITLEBAUH. The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co. - TEITLEBAUM & SAVILLE, ' 109 Sixth Street, Opposite Sao Miguel National Bank. (JUTTING IT Milwaukee Keg Beer, Sour Mash Bourbon. So per glass, 50o per gallon. Bottled Beer, " " " 2.25 " " " 2.50 Samples only 5o, -Pt8.15o,Pta.25o Qrs.50c Finer Whiskies. fkb gal. While House Club fS.OO U. 8. Hub (... 8 25 "Carlisle", Sole Agent 8.50 Samples 10c, Half Pt. 25c, Fts. 50c, Qts. tl. Finest Whiskies. per gal. John HennlriR $4.00 Bflle of Anderson ...... i 4.25 Guekenhoimer... 5.50 McBrajer, Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone " SAMPLES, ONLY lOo.-Half- pints 850, Pints 05c, Quarts, $1.25. 10c, ,15c, 20c, & 26. Per bottle. Bole Agent for "Carlisle" Whisky,. (3.60 per gallon. California and Native Wines from 20o per Bottle, and $1 per Gallon, op. S9"Bear entrance from Lincoln Ave!, between Optle Office and Rosenthal Bros."d P. 8. "Press the Button. We'll do the rest." MERCHANTS' LUNCH Is now Served at the Noon Hour, at the H Headquarters DlfJFER served in the evening, from 5 until 7 o'cIock, at which time all the dTlicacies of the season can he had. Your patronage solicited. CLARK & FORSYTH E, Prop'rs. MILLS St KOOGLER, Successors to T. B. MILLS, Established in 1878. ' Real Estate, Mining Represent the Royal Exchange Assurance Company, ' of London, England ; Assets ' $23,000,000. GoUIltV and BOhool honds hnnahd nti mnA Ron- t ties Large list of ranch and improved p7ort,7 and TvTrl.oK ac ? p?AllaJh0U$ ndn'hwest, at prices which challenge competitors. OSoo, AGUA PUR A PURE 'Lates asi Storage in Las Our Ice is pure, firm and clear, - to our many pffice: 620 Douglas Ave., Ham DOORS,. BIJSBS, YABUISHES and Glass, ' . and Soft CoaU NEW MEXICO Planing Mill Prop. ALL KINDS AND STYLES SCREEN, ETC. BATHBUN SHOE CO., Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. W. mixologists in attendance, day and solicited. NEW MEXICO . I". SAVILLE, Mob DOWN FINK. WHISKIES. PER GAL Cigars From fl per box"u Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos m 25o per lb. sr Sole Agent for Kailsplittbb" Cigar. S3.00 6o8traightJ ' ' ' f2.15 per box. Short Order Lunch Counter.. f Insurance Agts. COMPANY WHOLESALE DEALER IN MOUNTAIN IGF Venas Hot Springs Canoi!. SO.OOO Tor r-r. and gives entire satisfaction patrons. East LasVegas, N.iMl