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THE DAILY OPTIC.
R. A. KISTLBR. Editor ana Proprttor. Entered at the East Lil VM, N. M., giostomce fur transmission through ttie tails as second-class matter. orriout TifKH or TBI 01TT. , Special Notice. La Vaoit diilt owe DellTered toy mail, post-paid, 110.00 per annum; 16.00 for ill months; a.W tor three uiouthi, JJy car rler, 'it cents per week. Lis Vkuas W kkklt OPTIC 28 columns, de. livered by mall, post-paid, 13.00 per an num, II. 00 tor six months, 7S0 for three month!. Slnule ooplasm wrappers, cents. Sample coplei of both dally and weekly, mailed free when dtslred. Give postoflloe address In full, Including state. OOBBBSPONDKNOa OoutalnluK solid ted from all parti of the country. Com munication! addressed to the editor of Tub optic, to Iniure attention, mould be accompanied by the writer'! full name and address, not for publication, but ai a guaranty of good faith. Bmmittancbs May be made by draft.money order, poatal note, express or registered letter at our rlak. Address all letter! and telegram! to thboftio, East Las Vagal, Mew Mexico. For President, william Mckinley. Of Ohio. For Vice-President, GARRET A. HOBART, Ol New Jersey. "To all oar products, to those of tbe mine and the field, aa well at those of the shop and laotory, to WOOIj, the produots of the great Industry of sheep husbandry as w ell aa to the finished woolens of the mill, ... o nrnmiea h mmt nmnle nrntection." National Republican Platform. PROTECTION. BIMETALLISM, STATEHOOD. Call for a Republican Territorial Convention. A convention of the Republican party of New Mexico is hereby called to meet at the City of Eaet Laa Vegas, on Saturday, the 26th day of September, 1898, to nominate a candidate for delegate to represent tbe Territory of New Mexico in the Fifty-fifth Congress. In accordance with a resolution passed at tbe meeting of the central committee, held in Albuquerque in March last, the several counties of tbe Territory are entitled to representation in thia conven tion as followa: Bernalillo 15 Delegates. Chaves 1 " Colfax " Doha Ana 6 " Eddy 1 " Grant 4 " Guadalupe 2 " Lincoln... 3 " Mora 6 " Rio Arriba 7 " Han Juan 1 " San Miguel..... 11 " HaulaFe ... 8 " Sierra 2 " Socorro 8 " Taos 5 " Union 2 " Valencia 8 " Total 93 Delegates. The various county committees are here by instructed to make all proper arrange ments for the holding of county conven tions and the selection of delegates. Under the existing rules, alternates are not allowed, nor proxies, unless tbe eame are held by a resident of the same county as the delegate for whom the holder of tbe proxy acts. The county conventions will be compos ed of delegates chosen at precinct mass meetings, which will be arranged for and called by the county committees, naming the exact time and place for such meeting. Where there is no county committee, tbe members of the Territorial CFotral com mittee will perform the duties of tbe coun ty committee, and will call precinct mass meetings. County conventions must be beldnot later than tbe 21st day of September, 1896. Tbe chairman and secretary of the precinct meetings will certify a list of tbe delegates elected to the county convention te tbe ohairman of the various county committees. Tbe chairman and secretary of county conventions will certify a list of the dele gates elected to tbe Territorial convention, and mail the aame to tbe secretary of this committee; at Santa Fe, on or before tbe 22nd day of September, 1896. By order of the Territorial Central Com mittee. Edward L. Babtlbtt, Max Frost, Chairman. Secretary. Santa Fe, N. M., August 18th, 1896. MONDAY EVENING. AUG. 24, 1896 It will be one thing to be nominated for congress in New Mexico, this fall, and quite another thing to be elected. A gold bog newspaper in Lai Vegas would be as much out of place as a newspaper of tbe Day's Doings stripe would have been in Jerusalem on Au gust 24th, A. D. 1. The weakness of H. B. Fergusson, of Albuquerque, as a candidate for dele gate to congress, is shown by the no tion of some of his friends in urging him to stand fur the governorship in the event of Bryan's election. Senator J. K. Jones, chairman of the populist-demccratio national com mittee, says : - "Tbe gold democratic movement is too Insignificant to dis cuss."; - It looks, however, as if the noble Arkansas senator will find him self badly mistaken after election. ' The American nation is heavily in . debted. The gold dollar has increased in value and our ability to pay Is de creasing. If the currency is increased, the gold dollar will be made honest by a necessary decrease in value and the proposed legislation will place it side by side with silver, where it belongs. As to the assertion ' that silver does not circulate well, the silver in circulation to-day amounts to more than f 518,000, 000, while of gold there is only f 187,. 800,000, if yl A IjACK op monkv. Tbe Chicago Chronhle tells tbe peo ple to take heart ) that "in spite of political conditions wbiob dispose the publio mind toward pessimism, there is one factor which brightens tbe situa tion. The props are phenomenal. From every seotion of the country come similar reports. Tbey speak of great yields of wheat, corn and oats. Tbey tell us of 10,000,000 bales of ootton, and our own eyes testify to the abund ance and goodness of fruit. The earth smiles with the harvest." 'Tbftt is all right, but what are the men who raise those magnificent crops to get for them", asks the Salt Lake Tribune. Is it not true that the want of compensation for their work U what has disposed the publio mind toward pessimism P There was a vast amount of the crop raised last jear. that , was cot moved f.ora the farms, because it would not pay expenses to ship It to market. What comfort is there In that kind of farming t What is ' there in such a prospect as that to cause men to say, "Let us take hearl P" For months the obanges were rung last year that tbe trouble was golrg to pass away, because there were - 2,500,000 bushels of corn to be harvested. When it was done, the men who raised it could not buy the needed supplies for the winter for their own' homes, simple as those needs were. It is a good thing to- see a newspaper enoourage its readers when it can give them any ground for real hope, but a lot of glittering geoer allties with nothing behind them do not count. THE ATCHISON RECEIVERSHIP. Some idea, say John H. Davis ft Co., of New York, in their August financial circular, of tbe magnitude and Indus trial importance of the railroad interest may be bad by reference to the sum manzjd report reoently issued by Messrs. Walker and McCook of the operations of the Atchison system dur. ing the two years and eight days the property was in tbe hands of the court. Tbe receivers directly controlled 4,582 miles of railway. Indirectly, tbey also csntrolled auxiliary lines which made an aggregate of 6,481 miles. The gross earnings of the mileage controlled were nearly $59,000,000, and the net earn. ings over 112,600,000 It is no small testimonial to the diligence, intelligence and integrity of the receivers that not a single voucher filed or payment made in the course of the proceedings was objected to try the special master ap pointed by the court, to pass upon the accounts, nor by any party to the cause. The total annual fixed charges upon the property, as taken over by tbe new company from the receivers, January 1st, 1896, are stated as f 4,662,030, but this has been slightly reduced since the above date by the exohaage of general mortgage bonds for old bonds bearing a higher interest rate. For the first five months of 1896, tbe net earnings were $2.9M,622 an inorease of about $827,000 over 1895. The actual amount of net income for tbe five months, ap plioable to interest, was $375,848 in ex cess of the requirements 'for that ac. count. The Optic is informed that ex-Dele gate Antonio Joseph is not a candidate tor the democratic nomination for con gress, and that unless ex-Delegate F. A Manzanares, of this city, can be pre vailed upon to run, Harvey B. fergus son, of Bernalillo county, will receive the democratic nomination. It is also within the range of possibility, in case Mr. Fergusson should be nominated, that the "sound-money" or gold-bug democrats of New Mexico may place a candidate for congressional honors in the field. Tbe gold-be- doi&oor.ts of New Mexioo, to be sure, have little to expect from the Bryan administration, should such an one occur, and argue that tbey may as well be courageous and manly and avow their principles open ly. And if not, why not P This is a tree country and gold-bug democrats have as muoh right to their political opinions and preferences as other men have. ' With the" people ' of the United States, finance is at present indisputa bly the question at issue. Since 1872, the agiicultural wealth of the country has shrunken one and one-half billions, a sure sign that something is wrong Gold is not now and never has been the money of the people. It is boarded by capitalists. They say that silver is too heavy for general use and inoon venient to carry, but no one has ever had any trouble carrying' all he could get hold of. To assert that the silver dollar is dishonest, is begging the question. If silver is given an equal chanoe before the law, it will readily be aocorded equal rights. Democratic candidates for legisla tive and county offices are thicker than leaves in Vallombrosa, over in Santa Fe. ; There is said to be much political excitement in "the ancient," and if is always helped along by the federal of flce-helders , who have fat jobs, and nothing else to do." What a rattling of dry bones there will be in the old burg after March 4th next, and civil service rules will not save them, either. ' ' The Bio Grande Republican nomi nates Don Fedro Perea, of Bernalillo, for governor j T. A. Finical, of Albu querque, for secretary of tbe Territory ; Jobn R. McFie, of Las Graces, tor United States attorney, and" M. A. Otero, of Las Vegas, for United States Is what (Ives Hood's Barsapar 111a Its great popularity, its oonatantly Increasing - sales, and enables it to aocompllab Its ';. wonderful and unequalled cures. The combination, proportion and process ." aed lit preparing Hood's Sarsaparllla ; are unknown to other medicines, antl make Hood's Sarsaparllla - t " Peculiar to Itself It cores a wide range Of dlseasos because of Its power as a blood purifier. It acts : directly and positively upon the blood, 1 and tbe blood reaches every nook and corner of the human system. Thus alt the uervea, muscles, bone and tissue ; coma under the beuenoent influence of lr3'0i'i Sarsaparilla The One True Wood Purifier. ' ft per bottle. Hood' -.,. eure Liver Ills; easy to PlllS take, eaay to operate. Mo. marshal. Tbe paper also brings out ex-Uovertor L. Bradford Prince as its choice for the republican nominee for oongress. . Is there anything more bo hind this combination than newspaper talk P ' The Optic is informed that suoh is the case and that tbe matter will take dtfioite shape before the re publican convention in this city. ' U. S. Attornet William Burr Childkrs, of Albuquerque, leader of the gold-democratio movement in New Mexico, at any rate has the courage of his convictions. . He might just as well have, for the Fergusson crowd has marked, him for immediate decapita tion in case of Bryan's election. METHODIST MATTERS. Programs of the Second Itinerants' : Club and tbe Twelfth Annual .Conference Session. The Methodist conference, and Itin erant's elub wbiob meets in East Las Vegas, Sept. 15th 21st, will have many features of interest to the com munity. . It will be noticed by the fol lowing program that tbe Rev. Bishop Vincent) is to give four regular ad. dresses, besides bis expository lectures, every morning, on Timothy and the Sunday evening Vespers. THK ITINERANTS' CLUB. Following are the programs : ' Tcesdat, Sept. 15th. 2 :00 p. m., The Preacher's Relation to Publio Affairs in a community" C. I. Mills; The Problem of Reaching Men" A. W. Adkinson ; "Methods in Church Finance" A. Hoffman. - 7:30 p. m Religious Services. Ser mon by E. P. F. Dearborn. Wednesday, 8:80 a. m. "What Should a Preacher's Study Embrace P" O. L. Bovard; "Pastoral Calliog: Its, Importance , and How to Make it MOst Effective." A. A. Hyde; "Uan eers to the Sabbath."!. M. Day. 2 p. m "The Cardinal Doctrines of Methodism.-" W. A. Phelps; "The Methodist Church and Children." J E. Kllpatrick ; "A Pastor's Obligations to our Methodist Colleges ana uoiver sities." (jr. S. Madden; "What a Minister Ought to be." J. W. Sin nock. Short devotional services will be held at the befflnnine of the above sessions Papers limited to twenty minutes. Dis cussion of all papers invitea. THK CONFERENCE SESSION. Bishop J. H. Vincent, D. D., LL. D., President. - Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. Lecture by Bishop Vincent, on "Tom and his Teachers." Thursday. 8 :30 a. m. Devotional Exercises. Beginning ot Studies in Timothy, by Bishop Vincent, ine Holy Communion. 10:00 a. m. Business session. 2 :30 p. m. A leoture by Bishop Vin cent to the ministers, on "The Minis, ter as a Student." . 7:80 p. m. A, church extension an niversary.- "Tbe Value of a Church in a Community C. I. Mills; "I he Im poftanoe of a good House for God." A. W. Adkinson. I-Friday. -r-8:30 a. m. Devotionals and Studies in Timothy continued. 9:30 a. m. Business session. 2:30 p.m. A lecture by Bishop Vincent to the ministers on "Our Full Measure of Work as Pastors." 7:30 p. m. "A Missionary Ann! versary." Address by Bishop Vinoent. Saturday. 8:80 a. m. Devotion. als and Studies of Timothy. , 9:30 a. m. Business session. Sunday. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 11:00 a. m. Preaching servioe. Sermon by Bishop Vincent. 3 :00 p. m. Annual Conference Love least. - 7,:30 p. m. Vesper service, con ducted by Bishop Vincent. .. , I 1 Yes It Would. From the Springer Stockman. The republican press of the Territory is very urgent that the Territorial con vention indorse tbe St. Louis platform. It wouldn't be a republijan convention It tbey didn't. . The public schools at Demiog will open Monday, September 7th. A GREAT BOOK FREE. ' When Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. T., published the first edition of his great work, me people's common Sense Medical Adviser, he announced that after 680,000 copies had been sold at the regular price, $1.50 per copy, the profit on which would repay him for the great amount of labor and money ex pended in producing it, he would distribute the next half million free. As this number of cooiei . has alreadv been Bold, he is now eivinz auray, absolutely free. mo. 000 copies of this most completer interesting and valuable common sense medical work ever published the recipient only being required to mail to him, at above address. twenty -one aj) one-cent stamps to cover cost ot mailing; only, ana tue Dook. will be sent-post . paid. It is a veritable medical library, complete in one voli. Contain 1008 nasres. orofusel v illustrated. The Free Mdilion is precisely the same as that sold at i.so except only tnat tne Dooks are la strong; manilla paper covers instead of cloth, fend Nowbefore all are jiven away, The Maxwell7 Situated in New Mexico and Colorado, - On the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, and Union Pacific, Denver & Gulf Railways. , 1,1,1 n 0 Farming Lands Under Irrigation Systems: , , In tracts of ao acres and upwards, with perpetual water rights, cheap, and on easy terms or 10 annual payments, with j per cent, interest. Alfalfa, Grain and Fruits grow to perfection, Choice Prairie or JVIountaln ,.- Well watered and with good shelter, Interspersed with fine ranches suitable . for raising grains and fruits, In alze of tracts to suit purchaser. Large Pastures For Lease, ; , For long terms of years, fenoed or ratiruaua. " GOLD SimMeiV:"" : - On tbla Grant, near its western boundary, are situated the famous Gold Mining Districts of ELIZABKTI1TOWN and BALDY, where mines have been successfully operated for 25 years, and hew, rich discoveries were made in 1805, in the vicinity of tbe new camps of HEMATITE and BARKY BLUFF, as rich as any camp In Colo rado, but with lota of as yet unlocated ground open to pro'peotors on terms similar to, and aa favorable as, the United States Government Laws and Itegulationa. Stage leaves every morning, tnese camps. Title Perfect, founded oh United decisions or. the (J. & supreme Court. For further particulars and pamphlets, apply to THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT COMPANY. Raton, New Mexico. A Narrow Escape From the Cerrilloa Rustier. D. V.' Dudley, section foreman at Cerrlllos, left here, Tuesday nijrht, by No. 2, breathing dire vengeance and emitting; such a quantity of sulphurous fumes as to almost stifle those who were within range. He was going to Las Vega, where his wife keeps a res taurant, and immediately upon bis ar rival there be would shoot her to death and afterward kill himself, following the latest improved tragic methods in the operation. He did go to Las Vegas but he did not kill his . wife not that night. Next day be filled up aud at night, after bis oourage was screwed up to tbe proper pitch, he waded in. Tbe result is bis wife lost one finger and Dudley is in jail." Those who heard bis violent threats before leaving Cerrillos are yet unable to understand how it is that Ibe "Meadow City' es caped wholesale devastation. Not Backward. From the New Mexican.' We have waited patiently to note the Albuquerque Citizen's comment on Jobn Sherman's recent Ohio speeoh, but it has failed to materialize up to date. However, the Las Vegas Optic is not backward about coming forward. ; None But Ayer'a at tbe World's Pair. : Ayer's Sarsaparllla enjoys the ex traordinary distinction of having been tbe only blood purifier allowed an er bibit at the World's fair, Chicago. Manufacturers of ' other Sarsapatillas sought by every means to obtain a showing of their goods, but tbey were all turned away nnder the application of tbe rule iorbidding the entry of patent medicines and nostrums, lhe decision of the World's fair authorities in favor of Ayer's Sarsaparilla was in effect as follows: "Ayer's Sarsaparllla is not a patent medicine." It does not belong to tbe list of nostrums, it is here on Its merits " Mrs. Carlos Digneo, wife of the well known contractor and builder, died in Santa Fe, after a brief illness. Tourist Rates to the Orand Canon. From Las Vegas to Or and. Canon of the Colorado river aod return, taS 60. Thirty days' transit limit in each direction. Final return limit, ninety days from date of sale. Tbe stage will leave Flagstaff, on Mondays, Weduesdavs and Fridays, con necting with our through California trains in each direction. Return in R, it will leave the Grand Canon Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The ride to the canon is over a good road and occupies . about eleveu hours. Stations have been established along the route and at tbe canon for tbe accommodation of tourists. C. F. Jones, Agent. - Rates te City ot Mexico. Las Vegas, N. M., March (9th, 1898. Round trip rates to City of Mexioo, from Las Vegas, $66.70. Going limit, sixty days, with final return limit, pf six months from date of sa!?. , rates to Phoenix. " 1 Tourist rates to Phoenix, Ariz., and re turn from Las Vegas, $48.50. Limits, fifteen days, in each direction, with final limit of six months. tf C. F. Jones, Agent. . , .- , Up to Date 1896. .:' Tbe most oomplete tariff text book ever published is tbe new .edition ol "Tariff Faots tor Speakers and Stu dents," defender document No. 9 260 pages, just out. Publisher, the Ameri can Protective Tariff . league. Cam paign text books issued just before tbe election are of little value. Tbe tariff league is to be congratulated on its foresight in getting out its band book so early in the year. ' Order by num ber only. Sent to ' any address for twenty-five cents. Address YY. t. Wakeman, general secretary, 135 West twentv-third street. New York. - JOHN HILL, CONTRACTOR a&S BDILDEB. Manufacturer of Sash and Doors, , , Mouldings, .,v- Scroll Sawing, Surfacing and Matching FlanirLc: Mill and Office Corner ef Blanchard street and Grand avenue. I AST LAB VIGA NKW MET PHCENIX MEAT MARKET, J. S, Dillon, Prop. Dealer la all kinds ot - FRESH MEATS, HAMS AND BACON, Fish, Game and Poultry in Season. ORDKR3 SOLICITED Land Grant Grazing Lands, unfenced; shipplogi facilities over two except Sundays, from Springer for States Patent and confirmed by OfF'IClAL DIRECTORY. FEDERAL. Thomas B. Cation.... Delegate to Congress W. T. Thornton Governor Lorlon Miller Secretary Trios. Hmlth Chief Justice .Associates lerk itb Judicial District Uuarles F. Kasley Surveyor-General cnaries m. anannon united stares uouector U. B. District Attorney rfdwardL. Hall..... U.S. Marshal W. H. Loomls.. Deootv U. 8. Marshal J. W. Fleming ..U. 8. Goal Mine Inspector James H. Walker, Santa Fe.Heg. Land office Pedro Delgado.Sauta Fe....Bec. Land Office JohnD. Bryan, Las Oruces.Reg. Land Office Jas. P. AscarateJLasOruces.Rec. LandOfflce Bichard Young, Bos well.. ..Beg. Land Office W. H. Oosgrove, Kos well... Esc. Land Office John G. Slack, Clayton Beg. LandOfflce Joseph 8. Holland, Olayton.Bec. LandOfflce TERRITORIAL, J. P. Victory , Solicitor-General J. B. Crist, Dlst. Attorney.. Santa Fe B.L.Young Las Unices Thos. J. Wllkerson " Albuqnerque a. xi. noiuo - ....... ....Oliver uin H. M. Dougherty Socorro ueo. aicuoraiirc . Baton A. A. Jones ' Las Vegas John Franlrlln " Boswell Jose Setrura uhrarim W. a. Wyllys Clerk Supreme Court BS. H. Bergmann Supt. Penitentiary Geo. W Enaebel Adjutant General Bamuel Eldodt Treasurer Marcellno Garcia Auditor Amado Chaves Supt. Public Instruction as. o. nan coax oil inspector DIRECTORS OF THE INSANE ASYLUM B. V. Long President Lorento Lopez Vice-President uari w. wuaensiem , .uec'y and Treas Benlgno Bomero , Frank 8. Crosson Dr. J. Marron Medical Superintendent Geo. W. Ward ..Steward urs. uameua unnger ...Matron COURT OF PRIVATE LASS OLAIHB. Joseph B. Heed, of Iowa, Chief Justice. -AssooiiTa JUSTioas Wilbur F. Stone, of Oolorado; Thomas C. Fuller, of North Carolina; William M. Murray, of Tennes see ; Henry 0. Bluss, ot KanBas. Mattnew G. Reynolds, of Missouri, V. 8. Attorney. CATTLE BAOTTABY BOABD W.H.Jack , chairman, Stiver City W VT i.Wmn 4. a . l ... I.-.. . I .7 .... m .1. .iunuiu,, . ,iudv uioii lu.iiuill, UHB V .KUI M.S.Otero rocond district, Albuquerque B.G HeaA third district, Watrous J.F.Htnkle..,. .fifth district, Lower Penasco JT.A.LaBue secretary, Laa Vegas COUNTY, F. O. de Raca Gregorlo Flores J County Commissioners Dloniclo Martinet ) , Gregorlo Varela Probate Judge Patricio Gonzales Probate Clerk Jose G. Montano .Assessor Hllarlo Romero Sheriff Carlos Gabaldon. Collector Adelaldo Gonzales... School Superintendent Henry Goke Treasurer . m. jones surveyor Jesus ua. Prada Coroner LAS VEGAB PRE0L50T8. Simon Aragon... .Justice of the Peace, No. B D. 0. de Baca - " " "86 U.S. Wooster Antonlno Zubla . 64 0ITT OF FAST LAS VEOiS. F. E. Olney Mayor i. v. may. ........ , Marshal C. B. Perry Treasurer J. B. Moore Recorder B.V.Long , ...Attorney ur. m. w. uooDins ...l'uysici&n j. a jiuugswuriu . J. R. Martin B. 1 . Forsythe.... W XT D..K-. r. l. Hamhiin"""""! Aldermen 8. T Kline.... L. H Hofmetster A. T. liogers . , SOAKS PV EDUOAXIOM, J. A. Carruth ..President O. V. Hedgcock...... Vice-President jonu rorx Secretary O. Si. Perry Treasurer Members First ward, Alfred B. Smith, Geo. V. Beed; second ward, L, C. Fort, W 3. McLean; third ward, Bdward Henry. J. M. D. Howard ; fourth ward, 0. V. Hedg cock, J. A. Carruth. . NEW MEXICO BOABD OF HKA'TH, W. R. TlDton. M. D.. President Laa Vesraa G. S.Easterday.M D.,V-Pres... Albuquerque rraucis n.AtKinj, u.u.,sec....Bi.Lias vegas J.U.Sloan, M. D., Treas .Santa Fe Win. Eggert, M. D., Santa Fe J. J. Suuler, 51. D Baton J. M.Cunningham, M. D.. B. Las Vegas Mexican Central Railway. - From the sea to tbe clouds. Passing; mod ern cities and ancient monuments. Stan dard guage in everything management'. ideas and treatment of patrons. Tne only line in ne nepuniic running ruiiman pal ace buffet sleeping: cars between the cbd- ital and polucs in tbe United States. .Cheap raies ana piompi service. . M OT lull partus ulars call cu or address J. F. Dorohoe, tf Com'l Agent, El Paso. Texas. Las Vegas Roller Mill, 3. It. SMITH, Prop'r. Location: On the hot springs branch rail way, East Las Vegas, Nw Mexioo. ' .. . . . . ' t BRAN, FLOUR, GRAIN : AND FEED. Your Patronage Solicited- Madam Goffrier, THE MASSAGE WONDER, . T . Has Arrived I She stands ready to cure all com plaints, no matter how serious or long standing. Give her a trial and be convinced. GUlce and Resides, 714 fcin St. N. O. collier, 1 H B. Hamilton, ( N. B. Laughlln, f G. D. Bants. I rellx Martinet. . .0 CHAFFIN & HOllNE, Livery, and Sale Stable. GOOD BIOS AND LIVELY, GENTLU . t '..' TEAMS. Tents and IJCatnpins Outfits Furnished Free with team Hnn.1 linnrrlfr! ViV thf. HflV firm Hay, Grain and Feed. Lowest Rushford and Newton Wagons. DOUGLAS AVKNUE, BUI ARE. 1DIIBER, S4SH, Faints, Olio Cerrillos Hard EAST LAS VEGAS, V TELEPHONE Ho. BO-Goods delivered New Mexico Planing Mill BUILDING MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS AND STYLES SASH, DOORS, SCREEN, ETC. Special Prices to Contrectors - anil Builders , In Lumber Shingles, etc. Estimates cheerfully furnished to :!.' : . , - contractors. ' Office and Mill Corner Seventh and Jackson Streets, East Las Vegas. TELEPHONE 68. lM: IBE OXTOIGEL Sample and Club Rooms, Corner Bixth Street and Douglas Avenue, CHRIS SELLMAN, Proprietor. Choicest brands of imported and domestic wines, liquors and cigars always in stock. Polite and attentive mixologists in attendance, day and night. ' The patronage of gentlemen solicited. General Broker. Land Grants, Improved Ranches, Native Cattle, Improved I 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. H. TEITLEBAUM. The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co. TEITLEBAUM & SAVILLE, 109 Sixth Street, Opposite UKTT1NG IT DOWN FINK. Whiskibs. per gal. Soar Mash Bourbon $2.00 " " 2.25 " ' 2.50 Samples only Sc, -Pts,15c,Pts.25o Qls.50c Fineb Whiskies, per gal. White House Club $3.00 U. B. Club 8 25 'Carlisle", Sole Agent 8.50 Samples 0c, Half Pta. 25c, Pts. 50c, Qts. $1. Finest Whiskies, peb gal. John Hsnnlng $4.00 Belle of Anderson 4.25 Guckenheimer 5.50 McBraver, Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone SAMPLES, ONLY lOo. Half-pints S5c, Pints 65c, Quarts, $1.25. - Milwaukee Keg Beer, So per glass. 50c per gallon. Bottled Beer, 10c, 15c, 20o, & 25c Per bottle; Sole Agent for Carlisle'? Whisky, $3.50 per gallon. California and Native Wines from 26o per Bottle, and $1 per Gallon, up. 49-Bear entrance from Lincoln Ave., between Optiq office and Rosenthal Bro.-a - P. 8. "Press the Button, We'll do the rest." MERCHANTS' LUNCH Is now Served at the Noon Hour, at the l8adquar!8rs?h0,tLur counter. 1 DINNER served i evening from 5 until 7 -m-k-. o'clock, at which time all the delicacies ' of the season can be had. Your patronage" solicited. Clark .& forsythe, Prop'rs. MILLS & KOOGLER, . Successors to T. B. MILLS, Established in 1878. ' Real Estate, Mining f Insurance Agts. Represent the Royal Exchange Assurance Company, of London, England; Assets $28,000,000. ftountv and nnhool hondn tmncht unrt mid paB it . j so - ties L&rtr list of ranch and imnrnvnd lands in the south and southwest, at prices Dtiugo Dtii una vegan xi. jja. AGUA PURA COMPANY WHOILKaAI.K PURE MOUNTAIN ICE ;; Latsi 8Ei Storage in Las Tetas Hot Spriiiis C8cct!, -A n n i3.qj. CsipsLClt 50,000 'Xon.s ,7, : Our Ice is pure, firm and clear, and gives entire satisfaction to our many patrons. Office: 620 Douglas Ave.. East Las Vegas, N.M nire. nnth. Will keen on hand all kinds of prices guaranteed. Agents for the Give us a call. , EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. (Successor to Coon Bros.) WHOLESAIJI AMD KXTAIL DIAL1B IV . I00RS, BLIPS, VABBIMS and Glass. and Soft Coal . NEW MEXICO free In eltr. Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. M. NEW MEXICO P. SAVILLK, Mob San Miguel National Bank. Cigars From. $1 per box n Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos m 25o per lb, a Sole Agent for Railsplittee" Cigar. 5c Straight; $2.15 per box. skuiiiwdb i ur LiiauiDK BuCD BWllffw nrnnartv nnri nni a nnn nnn " . .7 . which challenge competitors. Office on DEALBJt IN BATHBUN SHI 0