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THE DAILY OPTIC.
R. A. KISTLBIt, Cdltbr And Proprietor. Kntered at the Kass Veitaa, N. M Bostomce for transmission null a second-cluaa matter. lurousn OrKICUL rPEBOFTHl 01TT. Special Notice. :t4TB04i Dailt Optic Delivered by mall, post-paid. Ho. 00 per annum: Ks.ooforslx muntlis; 3.M lor three months, By car " rler, Jo cents per 'Weed.-'-. fits Vkoas Wikklt optic 28 columns, de ., llvered by mall, poet-paid, li.00 per an , Bum, 11,09 for fix months, 74a for three iuontbf.HirtxU conies in wrappers ,6 oants. . Sample oople.ot fiotli dally and weakly, mailed free when d,ilred. Give povtolllce address In full, Including Itate. 0 )UKSFONOKNOK OODtttlDlOg VKWS, 0llOl- ted from all part 01 the ccnntrjr. ' Com munlratlom addressed to the editor of Th Optic, to Insure attention, mould pa accompanied tj th writer's full name and address, not for publication, but ai a guaranty of good faith. mittamobs May be made by draft money eav each. letter at our risk. , , '" u7t.v, u u i n.p or reKi.ierou , aauroif an letter and Th optio. - ' venegrams to ' Kaet Lu Vtm, Mew Mexico. For.President, WILLIAM McKINLET. Of Ohio. . For Vice-President, GARRET A. HOB ART, Ol New Jersey. "To all our products, to those of the mine and the field, aa well as those of the shop and faotory, to WOOL, the products of 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, . BI-METALLISM, STATEHOOD TUESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 11, 1896 PROTECTION AND BI-METAMjISM. Tub Optio has before alluded to the intimate connection between these two creat Drinciolea. In fact tbey are logically inseparable in every way in which they can be considered. To-day we are going to speak of their connec tion in relation to patriotism. Protection and bi metallism are American. Free trade and the single gold standard are Bntitb. Protection and bi-metallism look to the prosperity of the American people, to the eleva tion of labor and the payment of fair prices for all products of American industry. It is the glory of our ooun try that the American mechanic, farmer and laborer is a self-respecting human being, living decently and bringing up his family in a pleasant home, and with a sufficient education, so that the younger generation may rise even high it than their parents, and lead happy and virtuous lives. This can only be attained and preserved by securing to them a. fair compensation for their la bor, and protecting thorn from the un derpaid labor of less favored lands This fair compensation is impossible unless the products of that labor bring fair prices. Now such of these products as come in competition with similar artloics impoited from foreign lands can be protected to some extent by a tariff ; and we believe thoroughly in that pro tection. But the class of products that we export, instead of importing; that is, the articles that we produce in ex cess of our borne demand, cannot be helped by any tariff. Tbey have to be protected by keeping up the prices abroad. For instance, our two great articles for export are wheat and cot' ton. The price of these is nxed in London, and the English try to make it as low as possible, as they have to use vast quantities. Of course they buy where they can buy cheapest, and since 1873 the great competitive supply has come from India. The rate paid for East India cotton and wheat fixes the price, and we cannot get more for ours than they do for theirs. By demonetizing silver, its price bas been bo much reduced that the English importer can buy an East Iadia rupee for twenty-four cents, while is is prop erly worth forty-seven cents. The rupee in India buys just as much wheat or cotton as it ever did, so that the Englishman gets almost twioe as muoh for bis money as he did before 1873; and of course that reduces the price of American wheat and cotton to half its proper amount. . This ia the reason of the low prices of those articles. The instant that free ooinage is restored, every ounoe of silver in the world will be worth f 1 29, and a rupee will cost forty-seven cents, and the old prices for wheat and cotton rill be retord. One very important result of this will be that the balance of trade will then be largely on our aide, Instead of on the side of England, for they will have to buy just as much wheat and cotton as before, and so, instead of gold being exported to England to liquidate the annual balance, they will have to end money or securities here every year to pay the balance due us. Of course the English do not desire Ibis, but we should remember, once jp A P I that we nro merlcaos( not Biltieh 000,000 WtB or our ieoun,lrs, pall , , , l " , - ' i kinds W wLiob we are paying her ni-y-yeir orer 200,000,OQO II Ifitewi'i or over naif a million dolU'8 a dy. 0; the . demonetization of silver, gold money bat risen Jo value to about fl 60 for" the dollar,' to that we are payln'iu Tilue 1320,000,000 a ye:r "as. Uteres. Id place of the 1200,000,000 wbldlt oye.' vrjvou9 t .miliar; Willi XiS aieoti of "floaoee M'itr&taiid', th" ' ' ) a while, joon as rjl-tctflaUliui t ; dishonest loorease in. "' pear and we will orS ; a this - a. 1 1 ' uouars ..... . ., je able to pay la boo. tr;.' , . , -f ,. ' worth eiaotly' 'i00 cents ..dturally England and ber Wall ' .et agents do not desire to give up tbls ill-gotten gain, and iso tbey tight for 1 the single" ; gold standard. But every true patriotic American, for the same reason, is in favor of bi-metal-I ism. tllus'ratioos of the same character oould be multiplied indefinitely. The republican party of New Mexioo, standing wbere it always has, is In favor of American Interests and Amer ican homes, and stands squarely for protection and bi-metalhsm. If there are any among us who love England better than America, who have lost all patriotic spirit and have forgotten tbat'tbere ever was a tb of July, 1776, let tbem go with the free traders and the gold bugs. But let every true American shout for protec tion and bi-metallism, now and for ever, one and inseparable. The number of mountain railways in the world iu 1835 was as follows: Switzerland, 17; Germany, 14; Aus trla, 10; Italy, 4; France, 4; while four were distributed between Spain Portugal, Greece and Madeira. C In Asia there were three, one In the Su matra, one in Japan and one in Syria. Ia North Amorica there were three, in Central America ono, and in : South America four. i In the sweep of the Bois da Bou logne, for disreputable characters, f tramp with a strange history was tak. en. He bad been a sailor and master of a sailing vessel, bad undertaken to explore Abyssinia, and had ended by becoming chief cook to King Menelik He grt w homesick, however, made his escape, and on reaching Franoe had been unable to find work. Some German savants have recently ahown that there is a notable inorease iu the proportion of the number of cor pulsoles in the blood inpersons who go from a low to a high altitude. This increase takes place in from 24 to 36 hjurs. It is possible that this fact may be one of the reasons far the bene ficial eft jets of high altitudes in oases of pulmonary tuberculosis. 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 the World's fair, Cbloago, Manufacturers of other Sarsapaiillas sought 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 Sarsapanlla was In effeot as follows : "Ayer's Sarsapanlla is not a patent medioine. It does not belong to the list of nostrums. It is here on its merits " It's a Shame, So 'Tie. From the Eddy Argus. The candidacy of Miss Sylvia P. But ler for county superintendent of schools, subject to the action of the democratic primaries, has occasioned the question as to whether or not a woman can legally bold such an office, if elected. Fred Nymeyer is in receipt of a letter from J. P. Victory, solicitor general of the ierritory, dated the 3rd, in which he states that he has investi gated the matter, and that under the Territorial statute, a woman cannot le gally hold any county office. He bas written an opinion to this effect, which he states will be mailed shortly to Dis trict Attorney Franklin, it being at bis instance the matter was taken up. The Argus bas no doubt but that if elected, miss uutier would prove a competent official, but apparently she is barred by statutory provisions. A Sound Basis. The testimonials published by the proprietors of Hood's Sarsapanlla are not purchased, nor are they written up In their office, nor are they from their employes, but they are facts from truthful and grateful people, who are reliable and as worthy of confidence as If they came from your most trusted neighbor. Ilawd'e Pill are the best family onthartlo and liver medioine. Harmless, reliable, sure. Send Us Up a Few. From the White Oaks Eagle. , ' A party consisting of Mr. and ; Mrs. Wm. Goff, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDon ald, Mrs. A. N Price, Mrs. Gumm, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Goff, Johnny Gal- lacher, Roy Gumm and Claud Goff went to the Capitan mountains Satur day and returned Monday. Tbey found thousands of acres of red rasp berries, aow just ripe and of most ex cellent quality. The party picked ninety quarts and brought them home to show for tbe trip. Oa Tuesday Joe Gumm and S. M. Parker went out on tbe same errand and on Wednesday 8- A. Neld and Anton Hagvall started for tbe field of berries. Party Will. See the Error Later. From the Baton Reporter. The Las Vegas Optic, is all right but it is trying very bard to fool itself. It believes in free coinage yet it floats the banner of gold-bugism. It is anti monopoly yet it supports monopoly candidaU8. It is continually at war within itself but one thing crops out at all times and that is it clearly e tbe the error of its party. F'WJj New Mexlekuj iul4 be biased trj tWf ;'0rouKhihe jU!x - ifiH, ol' Mil Barutly olllclal ion ht pstait, 1 -0y, was Imposed r- - antitlMdiAa r ' kia.tui r... . V3Ut From all the New Mwrttx cover, after dlllger bo" bat beep postpone r ; ; J f t ' relurnt ", oan dls- Afrtosji ' " t ;.ry, the case j-"' r,tu :,t r , l,u lhe J'en(1,,i Johannesburg, South Loose clothes and downy cushions bring only a nega tive sort of comfort to the woman who is suffering with some disease or de rangement of the organs distinctly feminine. Some clothes and some positions make the pain and discotnfoit seem less. Perhaps the nerves are most affected and this in turn distort the digestion. Nothing will ever -completely relieve but a radical cure. The start of so-called " female com plaints " may be a very slight thing Indeed, t mavbe that iu the beeinning; some small hygienic measures would stop the trouble. Certainly at this time, a little bit of the right medicine would stop it. When the trouble becomes worse, it is harder to cure, but still it can be cured. Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription will positively cure any trouble of this character. It may be abso lutely relied upon. It affords lasting relief to a woman whose natural modesty bas kept her from consulting physicians. It behooves every citizen in oily, town and country to keep posted on the stirring events that will occur in this country and in the old world within tbe next nine months. Tbe re sults will effeot all, personally, directly or indireo.ly. This nation is on tbe eve of tbe most exoiting presidential oampaign 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 looal or county paper, a live metropolitan newspaper, such as The Twioe-a-Week Republic, of St. 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 the field, the latest general news of the world and many valuable speoial feat ures besides. This model newspaper is delivered twioe-a-week by mall for only $1 a year, or less than one cent a oopy. Tbe price of tbe Daily and Sun day Republic has recently been reduced to only o a year by man. Rewards Offered. Whereas, information has lust reaohed me that upon tbe 11th dav of June, A. D., 1896, Levi Heirzsteln and Uerejlldo Galle eos were murdered in the county of Quad alupe, and Territory of New Mexico by parties unknown, and who are now fugi tives from justice : Now. therefore, for tbe purpose of se caring tbe arrrst and conviction of said fugitives, I, W. T. Th )rnton, governor of tbe Territory of New Mexico, by virtue or the authority In me vested, do hereby offer a reward of five hundred ($500) dollars eacb for tbe arrest and delivery to the sheriff of Guadalupe county, of tbe mur derers who committed the crime, tbe total reward not to exceed tnesum or one inous and dollars and to be payable one of any money in the Territorial treasury appropri ated for rewards for tne ina nscai year, upon conviction of said criminals. - Done at tbe executive office, this, the 19th dav of June. A. D. 1896. Witness mv band and tbe great seal of the Territory of New Nextco. seal W . T. Thornton, Governor of Now Mexico. By the Governor: Louion Miller, Secretary of tbe Territory of N. M Reward. Whereas. Frank Reltz was recently foully and brutally murdered near GjIII nas Sprines. in the county of Ban Miauel. by unknown parties, who are fugitives from Justice; Now. therefore, for the purpose of pro curing the arrest of tbe perpetrators of this crime, I, W. i. Thornton, gcvernor or the Territory of New Mexico, by virtue of tbe authority in me vested, do hereby offer a reward of $30U) tor tbe arrest ana con viction of the murderers of Reltz, such re ward to be payable out of any money In tbe Territorial treasury appropriated for the payment of rewards tor the forty - seventb nscal year. Dane at tbe executive office, this the Utb dav of May. A. D IS9Q. Witness my nana ana tne great seat or tne Territory ol na Mexico, i seal 1 W, T. Thornton. Governor of tbe Territory of New .Mexico. uy tne governor) Lobion Miller, Secretary of New Mexico. Up to Date 1 806. The most oomplete tariff text book ever published is tbe new edition of 'Tariff Faots tor Speakers and Stu dents," defender document No. 9260 pages, just out. Publisher, the Ameri can Protective Tariff league. Cam paign text books issued l ist before the election are of little value. The tariff league is to be congratulated on its foresight in getting out its hand book so early in tbe year. Order by num ber only. Sent to any address for twenty-nve cents. Address V. F. VV akeman, general secretary, 135 West twentv-tbird street. New York. Some Ready Information. Tbe following statistical information should be cut out and pasted on your of fice desk lor future and frequent refer. ence: DISTANCES FROM LAS VEQAS. Miles Miles "ueblo 2K0 Baton liO Springer 70 W agon Mound 45 Watroua 20 Topeha , 720 'tciiison 770 Kansas City 188 8t Louis I.obs Sub MlKuel 29 Glorleta 6.1 Lamy 69 Chicago 1,476 wasnineton a.orts Santa Fe &1 Cerrlllos 83 Philadelphia .... 2,087 New York 2,187 Boston t 419 Albuquerque 182 Los Lunas 1IU Tucson 698 Cblbuabua 612 Olty of Mexico... 1 61 J Socorro 208 San Marclal 3S5 Las Oruces Slit Kl Paso 8srt Demlng 863 1 os Angeies 1,08.1 Han Dleiro 1.098 San Francisco... 1.84S silver uity ii Uuaymas 90S Trlnldaa 1H4 La Junta .......... 215 Denver 895 u. v. Hot springs... WhlteOaks.dlrect..lftO Galveston, direct. .70S ALTITUDE Or VARIOUS PLACES. Mora 704Sllver nty Hot Bd'KS Park.. 6767 SDark's Ranch... .6022 ouriuicer ox unioaiio . 69S atrous 04fl Kansas City 76 Las Yesrss aiss Katon Tuuntl ....lew Glorleta 7443 Continental Di vide on A.AP....TBWS Flagstaff 6H0S Needles . 471 S nta Fe 70I3 Albuquerque .... 6004! Bocorro 4W5 pi Paso ssb2 Leaavuie,., ithui Denver SjjOO Salt Lake City.... 4226 Mexican Central Railway. From the sea to tbe olouda. Passing mod ern cities and ancient monuments, stan dard guage in everything management, ideas and treatment of patrons. Toe only line in tbe Republic running Pullman pal ace buffet sleeping cars between tbe cap ital and polncs in the United Htates, Cheap rates and piompt service.; For full partic ulars oall lu or address J. F. Dokoroe, tf Com'l Agent, Kl I'a-o, Texa. ,irua3u in imuw iviico ana v-.oior.jiao. i .On thi Atchison, lopck.1 ft Santa Fe, and Union Pacific, DeiiYer 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 Pralfle or Mountain Grazing Lands, Well watered and with good shelter, Interspersed with Boo ranches suitable for raising grains and fruits, in size of tracts to suit purchaser.,. Large Pastures For Lease, For long terms of years, fenced or unferued ; shipping feollltiesHover Ttwo railroads. ... . . , , ,,,. On this Grant, near its western bouodar Districts of KLIZABSTHTOWN and BALDV operated for 25 yesrs, and new, rich disoovorles were male in 1895, In the vloinitv of .us us.. vuja. ui hhiua ma sou nADtix Dburp, as rion as any camp in Colo rads, but witb luts of as vet uolocated ground open to pro pestnrs 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, Title Perfect, founded on United States Patent and confirmed In decisions of the U. S. Supreme Court. For further particulars and pamphlets, apply to - THE MAXWELLi-AND GRANT COMPANY, Raton, New Mexico. - Tne conscientious Biaer. The late Duke of Hamilton, during the races at Hamilton some years ago, invited certain tenant farmers to tbu palace to witness the sports. Among those who came were some elders of tbe kirk and one who held a similar office ia the Free church. After the raoes were over the duke nuked the Free church elder how he had enjoyed himnelf. "Grand, your grace, just grand, and I've won some bits o' bawbees, too, but diuna let on to onybody, for I'm an elder." "Tut, never mind that," said the duke. "So-and-so and So-and-so have been betting, too; and they are elders." "On, aye I Tbey are elders uae doot, but they are auld kirk elders, an they're no' nearly so strict aboot their duties as us Free church folk. " Realm. "Old Parr's" Tombstone. When "Old Parr, " the " British Methuselah," died in London iu No vember, 1635, at tbe age of 153 years and was buried in Westmiuster abbey a slab was set up over bis grave. One of the very... last services the late Dean Stanley did was to have the inscription which had become almost obliterated with age, recut. The following is copy of the inscription thereon : "Tho Parr of ye County of Salop. Borne in A. D. 1488. He lived, in ye reigns of Ten Princes, viz K. Edw. 4, K. Edw, 5, K. Rich. 8, K. Hen. 7, K. Hen. K. Edw. 6, Q. Ma., Q. Eliz., K. Ja. K. Charles. Aged 153 yeares, and was Buried Here Novemb. 15, 1635. " , ' Io oa Own a FlacT Every household p'lould own a flag, just as much as A should have bed linen. The flag should not only be owned, bnt put out on every occasion on which there is the least excuse. Patriot ism is inborn, to be sure, but lots of in born sentiments need development and fostering, Love of country is one of tbe things that we cannot bring out too early or have too strongly demonstrated. 1 V High Breeding. "Madam, you expect the baron to propose for tbe band of your daughter, Is she then in love with hinir' "Sir, a Well bred young person never falls in love with a man until he has made her an offer of marriage. "Hu moristische Blatter. - " Wear of Shoe Leather, We wear away two inches of shoe leather in a year, A pair of boots that would last a lifetime ' would cow quently bave to be provided with soles from eight to nine feet thick. ' Emillo Tessier, driver for tbe Busy Maze, at Albuquerque, was married to Miss Maria Kubio. They will keep house corner ottiold avenve and Th rd street down there. - O. s. Rogers, Practical Horse-Shoer LAS VEGAS, N. M. flos. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west end ot bridge. - Special attention eiven to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith ing and woodwork. All work promptly done and satisfaction guaranteed. Madam Goffrier, THE MASSACE WONDER, Has Arrived ! She stands ready to cure all com pi aims, no matter now serious or long standing. Give her a trial and be convinced. Office and Residence, 711 Main St. Now located on Sixth street, two doors - north of the Postoffice, TMinpifJPlmlg A Specialty. . The Finest Line of Stoves and Steel Ranges In the City. ' Beating apparatus, heavy sheet Iron work, etc, contracted for at tbe bottom prloe. Let ns figure on your work. F.J. GIBE & Gulf Railw;vs. ry, , are situated the famous Gold Mining x, wbere mines bave been successfully OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. FBDEBAL, Thomas D. Cation. ....Delegate to Oongreae iV. T. Thornton Governor Lorlon Miller... ...Been tary riios. Smith .... Chief Justice N.O. Collier, ) H B Hamilton, ( i. B I-auifhlln, f Associates 0. D. Ban'tr, J Felix Martinet.. .Clerk 1th Judicial District Charles F. Kasley Surveyor-QaaeraJ Charles M. Shannon United states Collector .. O. S. District AStomey Sdward L. Hall TJ. 8. Marshal W. H. Loomis Deputy U. 8.. Marshal 1. W. Fleming ' . U. 8. Coal Mine Inspector James H. Walker, Santa Fe.Reg. Land office Pedro Del gado , Santa Fe ... . Itec .. Land O race JTohnD. Bryan, Las Oruces, Beg. Land Office Jas. P. Ascarate.Las Oruces, Res. LandOfflce Richard Young, Boswell.. ..Reg. Land Office W. H Oosgrove, Roswell,,,Bx:. LaJtd Ofllce John C. Black, Clayton .'RflgLsad Office Josepb S. Holland. Clayton.Ileo. Land Office TEBBITOBIAIi. J. P, Victory , Solicitor-General J. H. Crist, Dist. Attorney Santa Fe B. L. Young Lag oruces Thos. J. Wllkerson ....Albuquerque A. H. Harlle Silver City H. M. Dougherty Socorro Geo. McCormlot Raton A. A.Jones "... Las Vegas John Franklin. Roswell Jose SeKura.,.. Librarian W. A. Wylljs Clerk Supreme Court B. H . Bergmann Bupt. Penitentiary Geo. W. Knaebel Adjutant General Hamuel Eldodt ..Treasurer Marcellno Garcia Auditor Aiiiado Chaves. .....Supt. Public Instruction U. S. Hart Coal Oil Inspectoi . DIRECTORS OF THE INSANE ASYLUM. K. V. Long President Lorenio Lopes Vice-President Carl W. Wlldensteln Bee'; and Treat. Benlgno Romero Frank S. Orosson .' Dr. J. Marron Medical Superintended Geo. W. Ward Stewj-d Mrs. Camalla Ollnger Hucron 00TJBT OF PRIVATE UJD OUlKa. Joseph R. Heed, ol Iowa, Or-',! justice " Assooiiia jpaTjCBB Wilbur F. stonf . of Oolorado; Thomas O. Fuller, ot North Carolina; William M. Murray , ot Tennes see; Henry O. Blusa, ot Kansas. -Mattnew G. Reynolds, of Missouri, u. 8. Attorney. ' OATTUC SANITABY BOARD W.H.Jack ...chp.rman, Silver Oltv M.M.Cbaffln.... first dlsr.-ict.Kast Las Vegas M .S.Oterg vni district, Albuquerque tnlrl district, atrous J F.Hir,kle fifth dtetrlot.Lower Penaaco J.A.Laltue. ............. secretary, Las Vegas OOUHTi. F. 0. de Raoa . 1 ' ' Gregorto Floras 5 County Commissioners Dionlclo Martinet Gregorlo Varela Probate Jac" Patricio Gonaales Probate 0' jrk "umu. muuutuu .ASS' aanr Hllarlo Romero .' utriff Carlos Gabaldan.. Collector Henry Goka " " ' .tendent S m y .reasurer F. M. Jones...... .:SurvBvor Jesus Ma. Prada... Coroner LAS VEGAS PHEOir.OTs. Simon Aragon.... Justice of he Peace. No. I). 0. do Baca - H.s. wooster . tt , Antonlno Zubla " . ; u CITY OF F 'JT LAB VEGAS. 1. iv. uiuoy , , Man,, V. V ......... . . C. KiriV ..Marshal f.e Treasurer J. E. Moore, E. v. Long Dr. M. W. Rohhlna .Recorder ..Attorney Physician O. B -minus worth. J. R. Martin B. I . Forsythe.... W. H. Barber .-... K. L. HamhllA...... S. T KUne L. H Hofme later. 1 Aldermen A. I. augers BOARD O EDUCATION. J. A. I.arrllrh. Tnn . 1 - g9,Kco!k Vice-President 0 p r,V ' secretary u. ft. i-rry Treasurer Memhkbs First ward, Alfred B. Smith. w. v.ueea; second ward, L. O. Fort, W. aic Lean; third ward, Edward Henry. J. si. D. Howard; fourth ward, 0. V. Bed flock, J. A.Carruth. , , . NKW MEXICO BOARD OF HIAVTH, W. R. Ttnton. M. r. . Vrenlrtnnt UiVimi fy a . . .. . . . . V... . f?.fvaitruajr, i v., v -jrres, . .Aiuuquerque r rauu, n.aiKinx. M.L.,sec....H.Las Vegas H.SIOan. M. I). TrB Dante!. Wm.Eggert, M. D Santa Fe j . euuier, u. u Raton M. Cunningham, M. D E. Laa Vegas PHINIX MEAT WIARKET, J. S, Dillon, Prop.: . Dealer in all kinds of ' FRESH MEATS, HAMS AND BACaN, Fish, Game and Poultry in Season. ORDERS SOLICITED. JOHN HILL, CONTRACTOR .d BUILDER. If anof aeturer of Sash and Doors, Mouldings, , . Scroll Sawing, Surfacing and Matching Alanine: Mill and Oflloe Corner ef Blanchard street and brand ayenue. , . - . . ttAST La8 tssa WWW MKT Douglas Av?. Butcher Shop. Fresh ranch ejres received dailv. Sell more meat for a dollar, tban,any market Id tbe eitr CIIaFFIN Livery and GOOD HIUS AND LIVELY, GENTLE - - , TEAMS. Tents and Cam pine: Outfits Furnished Free with Team Hire. Horses boarded by the day or month. Will keep on hand all kinds ot Hay, Grain and l eed. Lowest prices guaranteed. Agents for the Rusfford and Newton Wagons. . Give us a call. .' " DOUGLAS AVH.NUE, EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. SI O-- COOBS (Successor to Coon Bros.) . ,' WHOLESALE AHD RETAIL DIALER tH 1 : HARDWIRE. L0I1BE0, SASH, Paints, Oils Cerrillos Hard ' EAST LAS VEGAS, , m TKIiBPHOHH Ho. 6 Goods delivered New Mexico Planing Mill BUILDING MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS AND STYLES SASH, DOORS, SCREEN, ETC. Special Piices to Contractors and Builders, In Lumber Shingles, etc. Estimates cheerfully furnished to contractors. Office and Mill Corner Seventh and Jackson Streets, Eaat Las Vegas. TELEPHONE 68. ...... - --6 THE OWIOE ' ; ; - Sample and Club Rooms, Corner Blxth Street and I -ouglas Avenue, CHRIS SELLMAN, Proprietor. - Choicest brands of imported and domestic wines, liquors and cigars alwiiys in stock. Polite and attentive mixologists in attendance, day and night. The patronage of gentlemen solicited. ,: ., , General Broker. Land Grants, Improved Ranches, Native Cattle, Improved " Cattle, Cattle Ranges, Horses and Sheep, Real Estate. Etc. Land Scrip of all Kinds, Territorial and Connly Warrants. Gen eral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under the United States Land Laws. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO J. U. TEITLEBAUM. The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co. TEITLEBAUM & SAVILLE, 109 Sixth Street,' Opposite Sau Miguel National Bank. UKTT1NG IT Milwaukee Keg Beer, So per glass.' 50o per gallon. Bottled Beer, 10c, 15o, 20o, St Whiskies. Sour Mash Bourbon ' " " Samples onltBo, Ji Finer While House Club 25c u. 8. Dub Per bottle. Sole Agent "Carlisle", Sole Agent .. 3.50 Samples 10c, Halt Pts. 25c, Fts. 50c, Qts. $1. Finest Whiskies. per sal. John Kenning m f4.00 Bf lie of Anderson '.. 4.28 Guckenhoiraer. '. 5.50 McBraver, Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone SAMPLES, ONLY lOo. Half- pints 35c, Pints 65c, Quarts, $1.25. for Carlisle" Wbisky, 13.60 per gallon. California and Native Wines from 25c per Bottle, and $1 per Gallon, up. -Reaj: entrance from Lincoln Ave., between Optio Office and Rosenthal Bros, P. S. "Press the Button, We'll do the rest." MERCHANTS' LUNCH Is now Served at the Noon Hour, ai the HflQflfllBrfarQ iiuuutuuiiiu - ! DB?3?2ER served in the evening from 5 until 7 ---- oc!oc, at which time all the dilicacies of the season can be had. Your patronage solicited. CLARK & FORSYTHE, PropYs. MILLS & 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. Conntr and school bondB bnn?ht nd nM nn, . ties Large list of ranch and improved proper,,, Vd f oV 8 fiS.O ac?e. o SI" Bridg:nsVeUVeg"aD.d,8N,:,SlV!e8t " hicb challe"" competitor"' AGUA PURA COMPANY ' WHOLESALE DEALER IN PURE MOUNTAIN ICE 'Lutes and storage la Las fenas flot Smn Cancii. uA.nEL-vj.aJ. Capacity . 50,000 Tcno Our Ice is pure, firm and clear, to our many Office: 620 Douglas Ave., East Las Vegas, N.M x' & IIORNE, Sale Stable. DOORS, BUNDS, TARNISHES and Glass, and ' Soft CoaL . NEW MEXICO free In city, ' Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. M. . P. SAVILLE, Mob DOWN F1NR. , PES GAL. ...... J2.00 Cigars Froimfl per boz'a Chewing and Smokirg Tobaccos m 25a per lb. a Sole Agent for Railsputtkb" Cigar. Be Straight $3.15 per box. ..... 2.25 2.5U - Pts.l6c,Pts.25o QtsOc Whiskies. pbb oai. 3.00 3 25 Short Order Lunch Counter. Insurance Agts. and givea entire satisfaen patrons. RATHBUN SHOE 0