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THE DAILY OPTIC.
R. A. KI5TLER, Bdltor and Proprlator. Vnfjarnrt At the postofflce for transmission malls as second-class matter KaRt LasVeKas, n.. OVNOIAI. PAFKB OP THUWTT. inuitl Notice. IM VaoiS Daily OwiO-Uellvered by ma .,.nirt. Iio.ooper onuum ; 16.00 for ix months; $2.50 for three mourns, i.A'v'mai "Mm columns, d. " SXS moo to" "a month.7 W for three ted from all Pf'tJipf the co inirj. Qf 5cm"I"u. tor" oubllcatlon, but ai a telegrams to Lm Vaga New Mexico. THK IjATEBT CANDIDATE. . i rt l ... a Senator John MoAuiey rainier, m IlllnolB, who was yesterday nominated for the presidency at the national oott ventlon of gold-standard democrats In Indianapolis, Ind , U resident oi Springfield, that state. He was born in Soott oounty, Kentuoky, September i5ih iri7; removed with bis lamer , to Madison oounty, Illinois, ia iooi attended the oommon sobools in Ken. tucky and Illinois, and entered Alton (now Shurtlefl) college in looo, woere be remained a year, paying ms ex penses, which were very small, by his labor; in 1838 taught sohool and loo, was there Is In the oourse of tbe democrat who Is opposed to what be Is pi to call MoKlnleylsm", going to tbe polls, In tbe exerolse of the highest right of .oltizensblp, and casting bis ballot for tbe McKinley electors. ilThe Maxwell Land Grant Situated in New Mexico and Colorado, ; t . . - m mi n On the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, and Union Pacific. Denver Uulf Hallways, Thb first number of an iniantue sheet, El J oven Democrata, bas been issued at Santa Fe. Benigno Muniz nil Wnrmnn I.. KlnD U the fidilOrS - B - llUUlll of the saucv little sheet, Asoenolon I J J Raei, manager, and j. s. candeiario, parrnJnir Lands Under Irrigation Systems: proprietor. T tracts of 20 acrs and upwards, with perpetual water rights, ... I 1 . c . . 1 unfVi H ne.r r(nr. Wilbur r . wakeman, general sec cheap, ana on easy terms w iu auuuai ;iucmi, n.. ( r relary of the American protective i interest. Aiiaiw, ur' "u 1 lu, 6,v" lv r""" league, No. 136 West lwemy-thira ch , p , or M0Untain Grazing Lands, . f ,t.tlti I ; . . . , Well watered and with good shelter, Interspersed with One ranohes toitanie for raising grains ana rruits, m sue oi srauw , bui FUUU...., Larsre Pastures For Lease, For lone terms of years, fenoed or unfenoedj shipping faculties over two . railroads. ' C2QXX MINES. OHAFFIN & HOIINE, Livery and Sale Stable. 000D KiaS AND LIVELY, GENTLE TEAMS. ents and Camping Outfits FurnishedJ Free with Team Hire. Horses boarded by the day or month. Will keep on hand all kinds ol Hay, Grain and 1 eed. lowest prices guarameeu. gcius mo Rushford and Newton Wagons. Give us a call. - POUGLAS AVi-NUE, EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. -,..aa l.n. In llnnfimoer RIUUICU " t . I . . , .1 l ..!.! a ,h h-r. m 1843 was eleot- street, new iora, -" an nrh.ta lud of Macoupin county ; oal data by sending out blank cards, in 1847 was eieoieu a i " . j .i.. nn.ti. nankace. inau rinsr tbe average nam convention to nmonu r ? . . isi9 h. ... ra.e eoted pro- Der 01 nanus Biupiujou uu..u6 tUUUU , " w-' - in November -oi tbe same year, 1848,' was . eleot ed county judge, an office -created ik. nonatitution. ' Which VUV " " tbe months of July, 1892 and 1896 and the Biiimint of the pav roll durinir that month in those years. by OTJR PUKBIiO LETTER. Some Items of Interest, Up There, Chronicled for the "OpttcV Readers. For President,! WILLIAM McKINLET. Of Ohio. For Vice-President, GARRET A. HOB ART, Of New Jersey. m hoM nniii 1852. when be was elected to the state senate to fill a va. oanov : opposed resolu'.ion proposed in the senate approving tbe repeal oi me Missouri compromise" , as v?" to the Editor of tfuOvtio. by what was cauea ioe uwiWM i fuKBLo.uoio., sepiemuer zau9 xo. bill" id 1854. the ooabliei oompoeing I During the week, we baa tbe pleas his senatorial untm "uu tive. that was billed for Duraneo. It tions approving the Nebrawa diii, looked more like an iron water tank ha declined a re-nomination lor sena-1 . eiectrio locomotive. A little hm an indooendent candi-1 iDaoe in one oorner was allotted for tbe . .' . .. jt.M -fiMhrnka demo. I eDClneer's use, and from bis oorner be aate. letmiun w . , ... " ...a ' !,H t tha session of oouia reaany reaou ... iuo luv oraw, uu I get the locomotive in motion, it re- the legislature in 18G5 i the KeDrasaa . g00 , move j 000 poun(ig democrats nominated General James j BD( the maximum speed of this loco. .i.. .n,i Vahmaka democrats, motive is ten miles per nour. it nas a LUD OUH'VW " On this Grant, near Its western bonodary, are situated tbe famous Gold Mining Districts of ELIZ ABETUTO WN and BALDy, where mines have beer ' f"f"llf( orrat,d (or SO yers, and new, rioh dlsoovries were male in 1895, in the vioinity of tiff new camp of H K M ATITE 'and HARKY BLUFF, a. rich a. any o.mp In Colo rada, bat with lots of as yet unlocated ground open to propeotors on terms similar to, .. f..nr.M. tha TTnitud States Government Laws and Regulation,. Staee leaves every moininer, except Sundays, from Springer for these camps. Title Perfect, founded o United States Patent and confirmed by decisions of the U. S. .Supreme Court. For further particulars nd pamphlets, apply to THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT COMPANY. Raton, New Mexico. Shields : i Lvman Trumbull, and tbe opposi- nnmtnutAd Abraham Lin- coin, for United States sen ator. Mr. Trumbull was elected In 1866, the slavery controversy hay. trolley, lust as the ordinary electrio cars have, but in tbe iron tank the necessary electrio power is stored to move tbe oars that will be attached to it.' Tbe colored people have been revel. iD, become intense, he found himself -f It TXZZ w ' At 6 o'clock, Tuesday evening ptTTh. separated from the democrati3 part, ; g 5re oa h ; ffl, ye" iMd a. well a. tbo.e of the he resigned his seat in the senate upon hftTtng baen unduly int ma e with a Jlernoon. . Death of P. Leon. From the Trinidad, Colo., Advertiser.Srd. At 2 : 15 yesterday, ocourred tbe ex pected death of P. Leon, wbo sustained a severe stroke of paralysis, on Moo day forenoon at 11 o'clock. Mr. Leon never regained consciousness after tbe stroke and his death was hourly ex pected and it was surprising tbe leogth of time life lingered. Tbe patient's entire right side was paralyzed and no hopes were entertained oi nis recovery. ag, ne oo and sunk "To all onr fUorv. to WOOL, the product. that eround, and was a delegate to tbe certain young lady "ob color of tbe great industry ot sheep husbandry, I uDliom gtftta convention, and aswellastotheflnlBheawooiensuivu-o..., nresident: WU OfFIClAL DIRECTORY. FEDERAL. we Dromise the most ample protection." National Republican Platform. to PROTECTION, BI-METALLISM, STATEHOOD. i was delegate in 1856 in Philadelphia, nominated John C. FremoBt; the convention whicb favored the nomination of Lincoln as a candi; date for senator by the republican state convention in 1858, and supported him Call for a Republican Territorial convenuon. dldate A conveution of the Kepumican Py New Mexico is hereby called to meet at the . c.t r a Voirsa. on Saturday, tbe Mtfidayof September, 186, to nominate a candidate for delegate to "present the Territory of New Mexico in the Flfty tlftb CInKaccordance with a resolution passed .k. m.r!ni of t.ha central committee. held in Albuquerque in March last, the " JL..1 nn.,M. n( the Territory are entitled to representation in this conven tion as follows: Bernalillo Chaves . Colfax Doha Ana Eddy Grant ... Guadalupe. ... Lincoln Mora Rio Arriba..... Han Juan Ban Miguel.... Santa Fe Sierra Socorro Taos Union 15 Delegates. . 1 . 4 6 ' . 1 " .4 . 2 " . 3 . A " . 7 " . 1 " II " 8 " . 2 " .. 8 " 5 " 2 " Later on, a suit tor ori-acn oi pruiuieo was booked against this frisky lovsr, and It ia safe to predict, when even-handed Justice gets in its work on this tnfl.;r with a sweet sixteen's afleotions, he will realize that there are some Kinds of fun that are too costly to indulge in dnrinc these bard times. We bad the pleasure oi attending the second performance of "The sor- .... . a .-...in . . ... . in l M1U mi O m nan, I ITH I. . UUU UL ijiUQiti w aunng me ..--.u -h nh . a.ven bv the for congress; the onn:---, iraiv i I MSlCUUlUU UUUIU9, wuiivju VM v.. Brown raid Into Virginia ocenrreu . . w don,t know wna, Anrna iha - naovagf. and in conse? L'.F.Utnridfnd" means: it may be an anM ha was beaten over other way of calling it "free coinage. 1 . .. Ii . a inm that tha finwra was i nnn.i... n 1RRn was one OI tne " """" r ,VUV - rendered ia a most charming manner electors at large on the republican . . . lhe were ex ticket, and was elected; in J861 was a oejeot. Even the supe who t talked member of the peace conference at across tbe sta?e with a camp stool in f.u:,n. r.n thn 9-h of Mav. 1861. each hand, did his pan so wen, mat reeimentof Illinois Infantry; marobed . ... . , ,he npper crnst by under Fremont to SpringBeld, Missouri, Uiarriage. We felt sorry for tbe in October: was promoted to brigadier, sorcerer, whose nnluclty love pouter ' r ... . . j..ii,iniih. m.iat nndeaira- general ot volunteers ,u nd who had to rtoo for hli . m . . 1 S A II 1 OHJ Anm I v.v " "Jl " lotii; in marcn anu aut, . . - takinz tt trip to Lucifer's sum- . . ! - A n.n.M Pnna - . . 1M V.,. wA manaca a aivisiou uuu njo mer resort, to oecome reguia in iha nnnrntinna acainst New Madrid er there and Island No. 10, and later took part Pueblo is progressive. There .are no " " , r flu. nn her worth mentioninir. On .. . F 'nrinth n uih w " - - IQ VUO UUCiatilUUO dw.uov - ) Mr. Leon was sixty-seven years oiu at tbe time ot bis death. He was born in Fallow in tbe province of Mecblen burg, Germany. He came to America several years ago and bas lived suc cessively at Las Vegas, N. M., L-ike CHy, CoId , and in Trinidad, in which last named place he bas resided for tbe past ten years. For a long time be ran a small grocery store on east Main street, but abandon. ed that to embark in tbe cigar manu facturing business, bis establishment being located on tbe seoond floor of the White House on West Main. He and bis wife have not lived to gether for several months, she at tbe present lime living at White Oaks, N. M. Mrs. Leon was telegraphed for immediately upon the death of her hus band. ' , The funeral will occur, Friday after noon, from Sipes' undertaking rooms at 2 o'clock, and will be conducted by the Rev. Dr. Freudenthal. Interment will be in ibe Jewish cemetery. The deceased was an upright man ot exemplary habits and respected by all his acquaintances. None But Ayer's at the World's Pair. Ayer's Sarsapanlla enjoys tne ex union " Valencia 8 Tntai .'J3 Delegates. August and September, 1862, marched to Nashville ; took part in the battle ol Murfreesboro in December, 1862, and U'Sl'wS January, 1863, and was promoted to mentsfor tbe holding of oonnty conven- mBjor-general of volunteers ; took part lV.l.ull are in the operations against tbe conleder. not allowed, nor proxies, unless the same ftte srmy commanded by General Bragg "Ml latee?orwho0m ,ta boM" ? on its retreat via Tullahoma to Chatta. nroxv acts. I nnocrA comma nded a division in tbe The county conventions will De compos- -e-i . d of dXates chosen at precinct mas, I D8uie of Cblokamauga; was promoted meetings, which will be arrangea ror aoo commandof the fourteenth army the exact time and place for such meeting. g ,n Ootober l863; took part In operations around Chattanooga, mittee will perform the duties o'. the coun- inoiudjnff: tne battles of Lookout moun- ... A mill nail nPftfiltlGt DQRS8 I . Si-S,' ' tain and Missionaiy Eidge, in- Wovem County conventions must be held not 186 . 1864 ;ooaimanded the inordinary distinction of having been the only blood purifier allowed an .ex hibit at the World's lair, Chicago. Manufacturers of other Sarsapaiillas soueht bv every means to obtain showing of their goods, but tbey were all turned away under the application of the rule forbidding the entry ol patent medicines and nostrums. The decision of the World's fair authorities 1 . . . . . l O.nnanll. nr.. In The public ana tne various ff follows: Ayer's Barsapariua sebools and convents will open, on patent medicine, ft does not Tuesday. The publio scnoois or mis j the Hst of n08trams. u city are . first-class. Tbe attendance a mflrJtl - the past year was unusually large, and . . the Drobabilities are mat a ow muu a. buh om. school buildings will have to be erect- pr0m the San Marclal Bee, Friday, the taxpayers voted to naat $70,000 in bonds, to be used for pur chasing certain tracts of land to be converted into a puolio park. There is also a rumor that the famous mineral palace is to be purchased by the city and added to the attractions of the ed, in the near future. 1896. The chairman and f secretary of the fourteenth corps on the ? Atlanta oam- . i . mill nartlfv a 1181 OI tne . .. u: Plu"'T. 7.V.:v;.i. nnnt9r.tion paiffu, and was reueveu v u ? t.tbe chairman of the various eounty uegt August 4th, 1864 j ; commanded CTbe cnalrman and secretary of county the military . department of Kentucky conventions will certify a list of the dele- . February 1865, to May 1st, 1866 5 . . . . t iji.i i nnnvBii 1 1 1 1 1 1 . i - gates eiectea io luo idmiw.v -- .a mn t.ha Burnn to tbe secretary of tnu ind mail the same to the secretary of this committee, at Hamate, on ur 22nd day ot Beptember, 1896. By order cf the Territorial Central Com mittee. JiDWAMU ' Mai Fhobt. Chairman. Becretary. Banta Fe. N. M., Aognst 18tb, 1896. FRIDAY KVENING. KEPT. 4, 1896. Havb you heard from Vermont? resignation accepted Septemoer isi, 1866; removed to Springfield a 1867; was elected governor ot Illinois in 1868; supported Horace Greeley in 1872 and Samuel J.Tilden in 18io ; was one of the democratic visitors to Lou isiana after the presidential election in 1R76: was nominated as a candidate for United States senator by the demo Lii riomViora nf the v legislature in IN a letter to the editor ot tne ivau- , 18-, Rnd wag ,fterwards sas City rimes, E. Wilder, treasurer ot nomlnftted for the same office the Atchison system, takes the ground ,efeated . wftg deleKate at-large to that the gold standard is not responsi- i- derfl0cratio convention in Die for the business depression, ,. nominated by the that, in any event, only 10 per cent. democtatio state convention a candi the silver coin ana ouiuon ui .uo v- ft. d . -defeated i . t . I uatu vi tw v v w- try can be forced iJto circulation. jgg0 w- nomloated by t.be demo. I I ...ia iim yifiie a candidate for sena' The Ohio wool-growers- association - ------ t,. nnn . ..... .u. i,rri in Colnm. tor; carried tne state oy ov.vv F' met Bi i"" oikj hna on Wednesday, September 2nd. ny The prinoipal address on was delivered by Hon. George K. Wal lace, late U. 8. consul general to Aus tralia, a gentleman wbo reoently spent aeveral months In Las Vegas for health reasons. 101 1 demooratio membert oi tne lhe occasion legislature were elected wbo voted for him 163 ballots ; on tne iotn oa.io., the independents united with the dem nrt. and he was elected United States senator, ills term wm eapiw March 3rd, 1897 ' Bisnop Vincent, who will preside iiver the deliberationslol the New Mex t WmriiHli Mission, of the Methodist iw C Episcopal church, in East Las Vegas on ' September 17th, 1896, will go thence to Socorro, this Territorywhere ley and silver. , McKln ey he Spanish mission of that denominv P Wf - mil. t-. njoli OOrureu vi tion commenoee on the 24th ins.. Wl8n" 0pTI0 reConoll that with itr free sliver vtnant hald the Colorado confer- L.,mnt? -The DftMtlon takeh' by Tb ence on August 26. h, and will hold the optic .trongly suggests Territorial dellf tt. . k ml..lnn on Seotember 10th. Af- ium tremens. oocottw - Utau i to New Mexioo, Bisbop OCR POSITION Tux OptIO declares th . Its political position ha, been repeatedly declared and accuses the editor or tneerierpi wriv ine to fill space when he asks an txplana Mm. nf its most remarkable position. Th Optio has often declard itself for McKin McKinley Stands on a gold means an en jn,..mAnt of his oolltlou. - Bow can 1H There is no mora inconsistency in rsaaBar (Successor to Coors Bros.) W0OLK8AIJB AKD BXTAIL DBALBB W HABDWABE. LUITBER, SJSH, BOOBS, BLINDS, YARMKS . Paints, Oilo and Glass, Cerrillos Hard and Soft CoaL EAST LAS VEGAS, S - ' NEW MEXICO TKIiKPHONKRo.BrJ Goods dell Tered tree In city. New Mexico Planing Mill . A. C1VBMENTS, Iroiiv BUILDING MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS AND STYLES SASH, DOORS, SCREEN, ETC. f HE FFIGE Sample and Club Rooms, Corner Bixth Street and Douglas Avenue, CHRIS SELLMAN, Proprietor. Choicest brands of imported and domestic wines, liquors and cigars oroason.!.'"I!!."""!""."""' always in stock. Polite and attentive mixologists in attendance, day and night. The patronage ot gentlemen solicited. TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money ir It tans to eure. 25o. " An Important Road Matter. To the Editor of the Optic : East Las Vkgas, N. M., September 4th, 1896 Now that tbe coal mine oi Paoe, Bell & Uo., at tne irout springs, proves to be a sure-thing property and the company is ready to lurnish all the coal this county may want, it is quite important that the roaa up tne umnu- as river should op improve"- i. everybody's interest that such improve ment should be attended to at once, as It will affect the price of coal to the oonsumer and be a beneBt to the freighter, the mine-own-ers and the consumers, El Porvenir, Harvev's resort, Sandoval's, an tne people up tbe canon, the picnickers nf tha citv. the livery stables, tbe peo. pie at the hot springs in snort, mo whole community will be oenentea hv it. The first thing to be done, is to get our board of county commissioners to takn some action in tbe premises, ny laying out the road from tea 'f-Wr ioe bouse to the mouth ot the hot springs nannn and make il a publio road. By so dolne, they will have the authority to use tbe road tax ou this road. A CITIZEN, The softest snap in New Mexioo is held by Liomia, the editor of tbe Sil ver City Eagle. He draws pay regu larly from Uncle Sam, but spends naarlv all his time in Silver City writ- Ing editorials poking it into the Hon. Bill .Thornton, governor oi jcw Mexico. ,. . The full intensit; nf livinsr is reachei only by the perfectly healthy. Sickness discounts the capac. itv for enjoyment If bis body is all out of order and run down, he will not be able to enjoy any ttiinir. no matter how full of enjoyment it may be for other peo ple, it ne ib jusi little bit out of order, if he "is not sick, hut doesn't feel jusi ritrht" he will only i vi. . .; tttltio-n in a half-hearted l lure w -.'J " J . ; sort of way. The nearer he is to being per fectly we the nearer will his capacity for .nloiment be perfect. If this condition doesn't exist, something ought to be done, n.. -in. arii in ten the use of Dr. xi..r,.. nniHrn Medical Discovery. It n.i. ,iir-tiv on the digestive organs, and on the blood and through these on every ,r. win nreside at the South Da-' this paper's supporting McKinley for nJlue of the body. makes the appetite Vinoont will preside at tne ouuwi a r . time ood diireiition and nutrition perfect and k0ta conference, which body meet. Rt the presidency nd at the ism time ilea,l d blood t? .11 fbe tiwues, ylXo7tri.t on October Ktb. I Uhtj for Hirer tbta " $m S9 mUsu. The Good Qualities Possessed by Hood's Sarsaparllla are almost oeyond mention. Best of all, It purines tne 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, scroiuia, cauu-.. and rheumatism. Remember, Hood's Qures, Iload's Pill act easily, yet promptly and effectively, on the liver and bowels, wso. nr. C. B. Kohlbousen is now oo cupying h'B handsome suite of offices nvar thn Hate UuV UTUiT Biure, uv i Baton. Thomas B. Cation Delegate to Congress W. T. Thornton Governor Lorlon Miller .B;c,reSr Thos. Smith Chief JusUce N. C. Collier H. B. Hamilton, i Associates M a. ljUUKiiliu, n 1 Uanti u.'u.rtinu f.lnrb ith Jnrtlclal District Dearies F. Kasloy Surveyor-General uharles M. Shannon United States Collector O. 8. District Attorney Kdward L.Hall....... U. 8. Mafal w H. ijmmli DeDUtv C. 8. Marshal j. w Fleming ...V. 8. Coal Mine Inspector James H. Wa ter,8anta re, Keg. Land office Pedro belga.1o,Hauta Ke....Hec. Land Office JohnD. Bryan, Ias Orucos.Iteg. Land Office ia. p. 4pnrnt.!.a(;rucea.Rec. LandOfflce I Richard young.noswen.. ..uen.uiuu um l . . r, . . 1 1 AS .stall D r T n nil 1 ni John C. Slack , Clayton Eeg. Land Offlc Joseph 8. Uolland.Clayton.Kec. LandOfflce TERRITORIAL. t p viwnrr Solicitor-General J. H. Crist, Dist. Attorney Banta re K. L. Young ' ..Las Cruces Xbos. J. W Qkerson j " Albuquerque k U. II n rile " Sliver City H. M. Dougherty Socorro Geo. McUorinlr-t " Katon A. A. Jones Las Vegas JohnFranrlln " ...KosweU in.. Hpcriiri. - Librarian W. H. Wyllys Clerk Supreme Court IE. H. Berirmann SUPt. Penitentiary Geo. W. Knaebel Adjutant General (iamuel Eldodt Treasurer Marcellno Garcia Auditor Amado Cnaves anpt. mime insiruciion 41. s. Hart. coal on inspector DIRECTORS OF THE INSANE ASYLUM. K. V. Long President Lorento Lopes vic-rresiuen Carl W. Wlldensteln .Bec'y and Trees. Benigno Komero Dr. J. Marron stedlcal Superintendent Geo. W. Ward Steward Mrs. Uamelia Olinger Matron O0URT OF PRIVATE LA5D CUIUS. Joseph B. Beed. of Iowa, Chief Justice. AssooiiiB josTioaa Wilbur Jf. atone, or Colorado; Thomas O. Fuller, or Norm Carolina; wmiam jh. munaj, ui isuun ee; Henry 0. Sluss, of Kansas. Matthew G. Beynoldi, of Missouri, C 8. Attorney. CATTLK S4.NITA8T BOAB0 ur ir .ro-ir chairman. Silver City M .N A haffln. . . .nrst district, Kast Las Vegas M.S.Otero fooond district, Albuquerque n a. nooi ...third district. watrous J F.Hlnkle nfth district, Lower Penasco J.A.LaBce secretary, La Vegas 00UHTT. V n At. Haps Gregorlo Flores I Oonnty Commissioners niAtiiiln Mnrttner i Gregorlo Varela Probate Judge pntrinlo ftomales Probate Clerk .loeeG. Mont a no ,., Assessor Hllarlo KomerQ, J,"8.116!"1 Carlos finbaldoa .Collector Adelaldo Gonsales... School Superintendent Henry Goke..... Treasurer v m .innea Surveyor Jesus Ma, Prada Coroner LAS VEGAS PRE0IH0TS Simon aracon... .Justice ol tbe Peace, No. s 1. 11 rIA KflfA " ' . " H. 8. Wooster " 39 Antonlno Zubla " " " 8 OUT OF FAST LAB VE048. F. B. Olney Mayor T. F. day Marshal C. K. Perry Treasurer .r. k Mnnra mwiom E. V, Long ..aiiuriw nr. M. W. Robblns Physician O. Holllngsworth- J. K, Martin .... B. I . Foriytne..., W. H. Barber .... B- L. Hambiin ... S.T Kline. L. H Hofmelster A. I. tiogers. BOARD OF BDCOATIOK J. A. Carruth President O V. Hedgcock VIce-PresMent .Tnnn Ynri secretary O aj. Ptrry... Treasurer Members First ward, Alfred 8. Smith, Geo. V. Eeed : second ward, I O. Fort, W 9. McLean: third ward, Edward Henry. J. M. D. Howard; fourth ward, .0. V. Hed cock, J. A. Carruth. NEW MEXICO BOARD OF HEAYTH W. B. Tipton, M. D. .President.... Las Vegas G. S.Easterday.M D.,V-Pres.. .Albuquerque Francis H.Atkins, M.D.,8eo....li.Las Vegas t tr ainan w T Tram nanta r B Vfui.Eggert, M. D SantaFe J. J. Shuler, M. D. -gaWn J. M. Cunningham, M. D B. Las Vegas Special Prices to Cor trcctors and Builders In Lumber Shingles, etc. Estimates cheerfully furnished to contractors. Office and Mill Corner Seventh and Jackson Btreets, East Las Vegas. TKLEI'HOM K 68. BATflBUN SHOE 0 Bridge Street, Las Vegas, H. M. JHItEK MASTIiNXaZ. 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 Warranty, en eral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under the United States Land Laws. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO . H. TEITLEBAUJ1. P. 8AV1LLE, Mob I SOME SPECIAL RATES, Cntnmenninar Jnne 1st, we will sell The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co. TEITLEBAUM & SAVILLE, 109 Sixth Street, Opposite San Miguel National Bank. JUTTING IT DOWN FINK. Whiskies. Sour Mash Bourbon Aldermen Milwaukee Keg Beer, 60 per glass. 50c per gallon. Bottled Beer, 10c, 15c, 20o,' & Per bottle. Sole Agent for 'Carlisle" Whisky, $3.50 per gallon. - PER OAL. .$2.00 . . ..... 2.25 " 2.50 Samples only 5c, -Pts.l5c,Pt8.25o Qts.50c Finer Whiskies, peb oat.. White House Club $3.00 25c TJ. S. Club 8 25 "Carlisle", Sole Agent 3.50 Samples 10c, Halt Pts. 25c, Pts. 50c, Qts. $1. Finest Whiskies, peb oal. John Hannlng $4.00 Belle ot Anderson 4.25 Ouckenheimer 5.50 McBrayer, Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone SAMPLES, ONLY lOo. Halt-pints 35c, Pints 65c, Quarts, $1.25. California and Native Wines from 25o per Bottle, and $1 per Gallon, np. WBear entrance from Lincoln Ave., between Optic Office and Bosenthal Bros.-a p. S. "Press the Button, We'll do the rest." Cigara Froinitl per box up. Chewing a;id - Smoking Tobaccos From 25o per lb. op Sole Agent (or Railsplittbb" Cigar. 5e Straight $2.15 per box. Mexican Central Railway. From tbe sea to tbe clouds. Passing mod ern cities aDd aocient monuments. Btan AnrA dinars in evervthinor management, Ideas and treatment of patrons. Tbe only line in the Republic running Pullman pal ... KfPaf kioonlnv pur, hntwaen the can ital and polucs in tbe United States. Cheap rates and piompt service. For lull partiO' ulars call tu or address J. F. Donohoe, tf Com'l Agent, El Paso. Texas. UommenoiDft nunc u, round crip tickets to Pueblo, at $16.70; to Colorado Springs, $18.50; to uenver, $28.15. Tickets limited to one day in each direction, vrltb nnai limit tor return, nu. vember Utb, ism. National Encampment Q. A. B. at St Paul, Minn., September 1st to 4th 1896. From Las Vegas to ot raui, minu. , re turn, $35.20. llate 01 saie, auhubi ouiu and8l8tloytt; original return umii p. em ber 16th, 1890. Continuous passage in each direotlon; going passage to commence date of sale; return passage to commence date of execution. An extension of final limit to Beptemoeruin,ioo,wiu oeKrameu on ail ucaeis ueposiieu wnu juuv urou. u. terminal lines at St. rauion or Deioreoep- tember 15th, JSHO. rat Conncil of the "V. B." Improved Order or Bed Men at Minneapolis, Minn., September 7th to Utb, '98. Fare and one. third tor rouna trip, ou cwmuubw Grand Lodge, "I. O. O. F.," at Albn querque, N. M., September 8tb to 12th. '96. Krom Las Vegas to Albuquerque and re turn, $5.30; dates of sale, September 7th, 8tbandetb: limited for return including September 13th, '96. Convention national democratio party, (gold democracv). At Indianapolis, Ind., hept. 2-4-'98. One regular first-class fare for ibe round trip. Dates of sale Aug 88 h and 29th, with final return limit of Sept. Htb, '96. Continuous passage in each direction. t National semi-annual . meeting. 'Asso ciated merchants U. S. A., at Chicago, III., Sept. 24-'96. Fare and one-third on cert id eate plan for tht round trip. Fall festival of mountain and plain at Deuver, Colo., Oot. 6th to 8th-'96. From !. Veeras to Denver and return $10 25. Dates of sale Oct. 5b. to 7th., inclusive. nj be convinced. LUUt UUUUf "M$U vi vmi iliilit Uot. iy-'lKJ. u r. town. Agot, JDHN HILL COHTBACTOH anl BDI1BEB. Mannfaoturer ot Sash and Doors, . Mouldings, - Scroll Sawing, Surfacing and Matching J?lo.n.iixg: IWTill and Office Corner ef Blanchard street and Urand avenue. AST LAS VKGA NKW Las Vegas Rob Mill, J. It. SMITH, Prop'r. Looatlon: On the hot springs branch rattV ' way, Bast Las Vegas, New Mexioo. BRAN. FLOUR, GRAIN AND FEED. Tour Patronage Solicited. PHOIX MEAT MARKET, J. S, Dillon, Prop. 1 Dealer in all kinds of- FRESH MEATS, HAMS AND BACON, Fisb, Game and Poultry in Season, ORTIKR.FI ROLIC1TRD ' MILLS & KOOGLER, ;, tiuccessors to T. B. MILLS, Established in 1878. Real Estate, Mining i Insurance Agts. Represent the Royal Exchange Assurance Company, . of London, England ; Assets $23,000,000. County and school bonds bought and sold. Best facilities for placing' such securi ties. Large list of ranch and improved property, and over 8.000,000 acres of timber lands in the south and southwest, at prices which challenge competitors. Office on Bridge St., Las Vegas, Ai. al. . Madam Goffrier, purf IHtr.lAucALit WUNUttt, Has Arrived! AGUA PUR A COMPANY VIIOLKSALE DEALEJl IN MOUNTAIN ICE She stands ready to cure all com plaints, no matter how serious or lorn standiner. Give her a trial toVne oni t! UUAUi uuu (fWlAfrn tit I A yfft4IL fTi flnlti , mis rl r nta. Capacity 50,000 Tcilo Our Ice is pure, firm and clear, and gives entire satisfaction to our many patrons. Filial return 1 I QIHcs and Resiilsncs, 714 taln St lOffice: 620 Douglas Ave-. East LasVegas, N.M