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THE DAILY OPTIC.
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Address all letter and telegrams to Th Optio, East La Tegai. New Mexico. For President, william Mckinley. Of Ohio. For Vice-President, GARRET A. HO BART, Of New Jersey. ' To all oar products, to those of the tnloe and the field, as well a those of the shop and factory, to WOOL, the products of the great industry of Bueep husbandry as well as to theflolftbed woolens of the mill we promise the most ample protection." National Republican Platform. PROTECTION, BIMETALLISM, STATEHOOD. TUESDAY EVENING, BBPT. 29, 1896. . Am cy.D wooden tub in a fair state of preservation has recently been exhumed from the Roman ruins of Silohester, in Hampshire. England. It Is believed to be 1,600 J ears old. Those of Jameson's troopers who were officers in the British army and were discharged by the court, will be Allowed by the war oflloe to return to their regiments. The officers who were convicted will be put on the re tired list. J tt Asia it is estimated there are 825,951,000 inhabitants; in Europe, 557,379,000; in Africa, 163,953,000; in America, 121,713,000, and in Aug. tralia, 3,230,000. Of this total, about 32,214,000 persons die annually 98,. 840 per day, or 4,020 per hour, or sixty-seven per minute. The sultan of Turkey is the most, wretched, pinched-np little sovereign ver saw," writes a correspondent, A most unhappy looking man, of dark complexion, with a look of absolute terror in bis large, eastern eyes. Peo pie say he is nervous, and no wonder, considering the fite of his predessor The united kingdom builds her war vessels both more cheaply and more rapidly than any other country in the world. In the following leading navies of the world the cost of building typi cal ironclads per ton is as follows United Kingdom. 60; United States, 78 ; France and Germany, 87 to 90 It would almost seem that tbe prop er material for making roads in Lon don has at last been discovered. As phalt and wood have been alternately tried, and are both considerably used at the present lime, but wood on tbe whole f.s considerably ahead in tbe pavior's estimation, and there are now eight miles of such paving in Padding ton alone. An interesting military exhibition was given at Vienna lately, when Aus trian officers and soldiers, dressed in all the uniforms used in tbe army since 1696 and armed with the weapons of the different periods, went through tbe successive forms of drill and of mil! tary evolutions. The object of tbe ex hlbition was to show the evolution of firearms, from the matchlock to the magazine gun. ' At the last garden party at Bucking, ham Palace two American lad!es were rather nnexpeoiedly presented to the Princess of Wales, who held out her daintily gloved band to them. The strangers probably not having been duly "coached", instead of making a curtsey and slightly shaking - the ex tended hand, kissed it, muoh to the surprise of tbe Princess. f The duration of sunshine in the va rious countries of Europe was recently discussed at a scientific meeting. It was shown that Spain stands at the head of the list, having, on the aver age, 3,000 hours of sunshine per year, while Italy has 2,300 hours, Germany, 1,700 hours and England, 1,400 hours. There are several seotlons of New Mexico which can beat the average ot Spain. San Miguel county, on an av erage for several years, can show 8,100 hours of sunshine per year, and some vears it will reach 9,200, I air i y' VI ntc . --i" THE HAILKOAl MAN'S VOTbU It it the cry of the single-standard mon to the railroad employes that busi ness has been shut down on the road for four of the silver orczj and in two weeks after the election, if silver has been defeated, all the Idle men will bs re-employed. Now, on what founda tion could suob a calculation be based? If the railroads are Just now reducing the number of their employes, it is a marvelous thing, for jujt now tho har vests are expeoted to be moved. The reasonable oonolusion is thai the rail road managers, looking ovir the prions which the staple food products of the oountry are bringing, see at a glance that the farmers cannot send more than a small proportion of their crops to market. In the west, with silver re stored, the railroad business would double. They held np against their tremendous debts until the crash of 1893 came, and when with the closing of the India mints, silver fell down fifteen points and the silver mines bad it) great measure to stop their works. ; ' i The best resource fur a railroad is a silver mining country la prosperous times, beoause a big silver mine has to have more stuff oarried to it and more stuff carried away than any other in stitution. It is worth a township of fine agricultural land j yes, it is better for a railroad than half a dozsn such, because all that a farmer can ship away at best is his surplus, while to a mine there has to be oarrted timber, and fuel and machinery, and tools for the miners to work with, powder, can dies, oil no end of freight. The there has to be carried awav the ore, According to the statement of engineer in this city, twelve engines are now doinar the work on the Rio Grande division that, previous to 1893 required fifty-two engines, and the statement of D. B. Robinson, late first vice president of the Atchison, that the mines of New Mexico were worth more to the railroad than all the farms of Kansa? is very conclusive as to what in store for the railroad man after tbe election this fall. A COIiOKADO REPUBLICAN. 'The Optlc'a" Correspondent Up There is One, First, Last and All the Time. To the Editor of The Optic. Pueblo, Colorado, September 27th 1896. Some weeks since, petitions were circulated, and signed, through out the state, requesting Senator Wol cutt to resign bis oilioe as senator These petitions are to be presented to the United Slates senate, at its next setsion, for action; and if tbe seqate refuses to recognize these petitions then they are to be presented to the United States supreme court, in due legal form, in order to determine the question whether the people of this state must submit to an official elected by them to represent their interests, who deliberately and persistently ig nores tbe interests of tbe people whom he was chosen to represent in the halls of congress. Senator Wolcott, how. ever, does not seem to lose any sleep over tne matter, nuc takes things se renely u The McKvulfly -and Hobart club of this city now numbers 1,900, and new names are being added daily to the lists, which looks very much as if Mc Kioley has a fighting chance of oarry ing the city in the November eleotions, The attempt of the silver republi cans, democrats, populists and free sil ver men of this city to effect a fusion has thus far failed.' There is, however a feeling that a fusion will be aocom plished in the near future. But why this frantic effort at fusion, if the claim that Bryan will carry Colorado by 100, 1)00 majority is true P , The Philadelphia Item sagely re marks: "It is not right that 70,000,000 of people should be dictated to by 5 000,000." As Mr. Bryan seems to be posing as tbe chief dictator of this 5,000,000 minority, tie will please paste tbis item in bis bat for handy reference during bis electioneering trip. ' . J . Tbe great Bessemer steel works, sit nated in south Pueblo.which have been shut down in several of its departments for some weeks, resumed work in all of its departments on. Monday. As1 result, a large number of men who have been out of work for weeks, are now boy as bees. ; ' . ' ; Simon Guggenheim, ot Denver, who was nominated for tbe oflice of Iieuten ant governor on the silver ticket, has withdrawn his name from the ticket for tbe reason that he is under thirty years of age, and henoe could not legally hsia the omoe, u elected. His retire' ment is mnch regretted by his hosts of friends all over tbe state. Simon will be of legal age to hold tbis office when the next state eleotion occurs, and, no doubt, bis friends will see to it that he will get it. At tbe republican headquarters In ibis city, nets are posted which aggre gate $16,000. Any Bryan man with the money to oover the bets and the nerve to aocept teem, can make a handsome addition to bis bank account providing tbe election goes to Bryan. Une thousand dollars is staked' on eaob of the following states: Ohio, Iodiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minne sota and New Jersey going republican; $2,000 that McKlnley will be elected, and tbe remaining f 7,000 that Mary land, Kentucky West Virginia and New York will go. republican. .- Here -is a good cbanoe for tbe Bryan folks who claim that Bryan will sweep the coun try, to make a snug fortune, but as yet mere are no lasers tz either of these lots. . ; ; ",, : ',; r ' Otto F. Tbum, president cf the state Federation of Labor, left yesterday for tbe east, where be is to make free silver speeches and teach woikiogmen silver cooinnes in meir own Domes. II Air.. Thum strikes the taanniaotdring ; dis tricts, be will fiad bis labors in vain. Jhe ot juot lesson taught the working- men in thnt couotry by to Wilson bill and Cleveland's administration, is all the education they want, or need, to udge what party li most friendly to tbe man who must work for a living Tbis brief editorial occurs In yester day's Pueblo Chieftain. There have been 821 buslnets failures in tbe past week; against 143 iu the corresponding week In 1892. let sundry mon con tinue their Infatuation' for sound money." Tbe Chieftain man evident It lays the blame for this increase of failures to sound money, when tbe faot is sound money has nothing to do with tne present bard times. Tbe Wilson bill pissed slnoe the prosperous times under republican rule In 1892, and tbe imbaoility and Incompetency of the Cleveland administration, is responsi ble tor, not only these increased fail ures, but also for all of tbe hardships privations, and miseries that have fa len to the lot of the working men and the country, yet we are asked to put another aemoorat into tbe presidential onair, wno has dociared that his ud oeasing efforts for toe establishment of free trade, will oontinue until free trade Is an established faot. Tbe glit tering promises made by the demo orstio party in 1892, . led tbe people astray, ihey have seen their mistake, and, tbe eleoilons held slnoe 1892 prove they earnestly atoned for their folly. . Bryan's ability to give taffy' will fool no one. Tbe publio listens, but their votes when counted on No. vember 3rd, will prove that Bryan' noneyea phrases, and fine promises (ell on unheeding ears. John J. Bippus. New Mexico Politics. From the Rocky Mountain News. - The silver question in New Mrxlco, as everywhere else, has split tbe poll tios of that Territory wido open. The mixed condition of affairs oonieg to tbe surface in connection with nominations f jr Territorial delegate to congress ai . me popunst convention, : on Wednesday, ex Governor L. Bradford Prince was nominated, and the middle of the-road fellows bolted. Tbe proD Die democratic nominee is II. B. Fer gnsson, a well known lawyer. Tom Catron, the present delegate, who has SO' Variously and successfully misrepre sen ted the Territory for two vearSDast. has his grip on ihe republican machine and will be re-nominated on a gold pla'f jrm. Ths middle-of-the-road pod. alists will put op a candidate, while it la not impossible that tbe silver repub Moans will bolt the Catron convention and indorse Prince. This would plaoe lour candidates in tbe field Prince representing distinctively the silver men; fergasson, representing tbe democracy; Catron, representing the goiu-oug repumicans, and a middle-of. the road populist. In such a race Prlnoe ought to be eleoted He has always been a repub lican, but he has also been one of the leaders of the silver fight in tbe west His speeches on the free coinage issue are among tbe ablest that have been delivered, and have exercised a wide spread influence oc popular sentiment in this regard. Us is also a man of commanding ability, of pleasing per. sonal address, of experience in public affairs, having served as cbief justice ana governor of tbe Territory and : of high personal character. Such cbarac teristics count for more in a Territorial delegate than mere partisan politics i-x-uovernor frince U no more of republican to-day than is Senator Tel ler, and if the men of all parties in Colorado, save the McKinleyites, can nnite in favor of his return to the sen ate, and also in favor of the return of Bell and Shafroth, on account of their services to the silver cause, it need hardly be suggested that the populists and silver democrats and silver repub licans pf New Mexico can do tbe same thing, and,; uniting in favor ot Prince do honor to themselves and their Ter ritory by according him a triumphant election. When a man owns a blooded horse he is always careful of its health. He looks after its diet and is particular that the leedin shall be regular an right. While he is doing this it is likely as not that he is himself suffering: tram some disease or disorder. When the trouble srets so bad that he can not work, he will begin to give himself the care he e-ave the horse at the start. Oood pure, rich, red blood is the best insurance against disease ot any Kind. Almost an diseases come from impure or impoverished blood. Keep the blood pure and Btrong and disease can nnd no loothold. That is the principle on which Doctol Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery works. It cleanses, tmrifies and enriches the blood. puts and keeps the whole body in perfect order; maices appeiue gooa, aigesuon strong, assimilation perfect. It brings rud dy, virile health. It builds up solid, whole, tome flesh (not fat) when, from any cause, reduced below the healthy standard. 53- It cures Catarrh, even in ' serious cases. To get immediate relief in Ca tarrh, or a hard "cold in the head," just put a bit of Salva-cea (tkadx-hark) size "of a pea, the into each nostril. t it's the quickest remedy for Pilas, Burns,; Cruises, -- 'Chaflnft! Skin Diseases, Bolls, Son Throat, Earachtr Keadacha, Strains, Snralnti ;l 'l wo sires, S5 and 50 cents. At druggists, or by mail. Tn Biakosktn Co., 74 Cam al St., N. V. The fifaxwpll Situated in New' Mexico and Colorado, On the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fc, and Un'on Pacific, Denver & Gull Railways. 1,511111 are of Lai For Salt Farming Lands Under Irrigation Systems: In tracts of 20 acrrg and upwards, with perpetual water rights, cheiip, 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 good shelter, intorspersed with flae ranches suitable (or raising grains and fruits, in slee ot tracts to suit purohaser. Large Pastures For Lease, For long termsjof years, fenced or unfenced; shipping facilities over two railroads. . MINES. ' On this Grant, near Its western boundary, are situated tbe famous Gold Mining Districts of ELIZABKTHTO WN and BALDY, where mines have been successfully operated fur 20 yenrs, and new, rich discoveries were made In 1415, in the vicinity of tbe new camps of HEMATITE and HARRY BLUFF, as ricb as any camp in Colo rado, but with lots of as yet unlocated ground opun to prospectors on terms similar to, and as favorable as, the United Btates Government Laws and Regulations. Stage leaves every motning, except Sundays,, from Springer for these camps. 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, i Raton, New Mexico. Rates to Cltyot Mexico. Las Vkoas, N. M., March 9th, 1806. Round trip rate, to City of Hexioo, from La Vega., $66.70. Uolog limit, ..Ixty dari, with final return limit, ot six months from date of sals. RATES TO PHOBNIX. . 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. Jonas. Aeeot. OFFICIAL OIRECIORt. FEDEBAL. Thomas B. Cation Delegate to Oongrest W. T. Thornton.. Governoi Lorlon Miller Becretarj Taos. Bmlth Chief Justice II B Hamilton. ( .Associates Q. D. Hants, : I Felix Hartlnes. . .Olert 1th J-JIcIbI District (Jharles K. Kaaley Surveyor-General Charles H. Shannon United States Collector C. 8. District Attorney iCdward L, Hall U. 8. Marshal W. H. Loomls Deputy U. 8. Marsuai J. W. Fleming V. 8. Coal Mine Inspectoi James H. Walker, Banta re, Beg. Land ortlce Pedro Delgado, Santa fe....Bec. Land Office JohnD. Bryan. Las Graces, Beg. Land Office Jan. P. Aecarate.Las Cruces.Uec. LandOfflce Richard Young, Eoswell.. ..Keg. Land Office W. H. Cosgrove, Boswell...Kac. Land Office John C. black, Clayton Keg. Land Office Joseph S. Holland, Olayton.Kec, Land Office TEBEIIOEIAL. I. P. Victory , Solloltor-Oenera J, II. Crist, Dlst. Attorney Santa re it. L. young ' Las crucet Thos. J. Wllkerson j Albuquerque A. H. Harlle Silver City H. M. Dougherty Socorro tieo. Mcoorinic Baton A.A.Jones " lu Vu irnn John FranHln hoswell Jose Segura , Librarian W. H. wyllys Clerk Supreme Court E. H. Bergmann 8upt. Penitentiary Geo. W. Knaebel Adjutant tienernl Hamuel Eldotlt Treasurer Marcellno Garcia Auditor Amado Chaves. .....Sapt. Public Instruction u. a. 11 an iui 011 inspector DIRECTORS OF rite INSANE ASYLUM E. V. Long.r ' President Lorenio Loiei Vice-President Carl W. wiiaenstein.....,..uec'f ena xreas ttemgno aomeru ., Frank s. Orosson.. Lr J. Marron Medical Superintendent Geo. W. Ward Steward Mra. Camella Ollnger ilatrorj OOUKT OF FBIVATB LAND CLAIMS. JoHDb B.Keed. of Iowa, Chief Justice. assooiatb josti ens Wilbur F. Stone, of Colorado: Tiiomas v. suuer. 01 sortn Carolina; William M. Murray, of Tennes. ee : Henry O. Sluss. of Kansas. Mattnew Q. Reynolds, ot Missouri, U. S. Attorney. CATTLB 8AOTTABT BOABD W.H.Jack..., chairman, Sliver City M.N.charSn.. . .first dlstrlct,ast Las Vegas M.B.Otero Fecond district, Albuquerque B.G Heart third district, atrous J.r.Hlnkle filth district, Lower Penasco J.A.LaKue secretary ,Jjas Vegas 00UHTT. F. O. de Baca Gregorlo Flores 5 County Commissioners monicio jnairiuer Gregorlo Varela , Probate Judgr Patricio Gonsale ... ., Probate Clerk Jose G. Montano ..Assessor Hllarlo Romero Sheriff Carlos Gabaldon Collector Adelalao uonsaies.,.scnool Superintendent Henry Goke Treasurer F. M. Jones ..Surveyor Jesus Ma, Prada ..Coroner LAS VEGAS PBEOI50TB. Simon Aragon.... Justice of the Peace, Mo. 8 D. O. de Baca H.S. Wooster " " " 39 Antonino zuoia ei OUT OF FAST LAS VEGAS, F. E. Olney Mayor T. F. Clay , Marshal C.E.Perry Treasurer J. E. Moore.... Uecorder E. V. Long....... Attorney Dr. M. W. Bobblm Physician uaiungswortn . , E. Martin. 1 . Forsythe.,., . H. Barber L. Hamblln T Kline H Hofmelster..., X. liogers .Aldermen Aboard 01 bdccatiok. " J. A. Carruth. President O. V. Hedecock Vice-President John York Secretary . si. rerrj Treasurer Members First ward, Alfred B. Smith, Geo. V. Boed; second ward, L. O. Fort, W. 8. McLean; third ward, Edward Henry, J. M.D.Howard; fourth ward, O. V. Hedg- cock, J. A. Carruth. NEW MEXICO BOARD OF HEA'TH. W. R. Tipton, M. D. .President.... Las Vegas 6. S.Kasterday.M D.,V-Pres... Albuquerque rrancis H.ACKing, m.u., sec. ...... as vegas J. a. moan. a. u.. xreas sncra re Win.Eggert. M. D San'aFe J. J. Shuler. M. D. Raton M. Cunningham, M. u K. Las Vegas C. S. ROGERS, 'ractical Horse-Shoer LAS VEGAS, N. M. Nos. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west end of onage. Special attention given to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith ing and woodwork. All work promptly uone and satisfaction sruaranteftd. P. ROTH,. Douglas kn. Butcher Shop. Fresh ranch eggs received daily. Sell mora meat for dollar, than any market la tat ev a' Land Grant 80MB SPECIAL RATES. Annual meeting, Woman's Board of Mis. Hons of tbe Interior, to be held at Dee Moines, Iowa, October 27ih to 20th, '06. Kara and one-third, on certificate plan, for iUUUU blip. Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, et inuianep. iis, ma., uctooer mo to 10, U6 vu. Fare and one-third, on certificate plan. Liemoorotic Territorial convention at Bsnta Fe, N. M., September LD'b,18U0 Fare and one-third on certificate plan, with 1 minimum attendance of fifty by rail. Farmers' National Congress, Indianapo li, Indiana, November 10th-16lh, 18(6, rare, one and one-third fare for round trip, certificate plan. New Mexico Territorial Fair, to be held at Albuquerque, New M-xico, October 12th to 17th. 1B96. Tbe A., T. & 8. F. railroad will sell excursion tickets, Las Vega to Albuqueique and return, at rate of $2.66 for round trip. Dates of sale, October 10th loiilh Inclusive. Return limit, October 20th, 1896. Knights of Pythias Territorial Oraod Lodge meets at Albuqu'rque, Octo- w iu. uhuic i.ivs wm apply. Bt. Louis Fair From Las Vegas to 8t Louis. Mo., $20.70. Date of sale, October 8rd. tb, 6th, 6th and 7tb, 1896. Tickets limited to continuous passage; good going uuiuiueuuiug uttce or sale. bt. Louis Exposition, St. Louis. Mo. From Las Vegas to Bt. Louis, $30.70. Dates 01 Baie, oepieuioer naa, 2Stb and ?0tb, Oc tober 13th, Htb, 19ta and 21s, '96. Tickets limited to conttnuoua pa-sage. Good go ing et inmeucing date of tale. Pan-American Medical Congress, Mexl co uity, Mexico, November 16th to 19th ----- - -- - tuo A , X 1 CKr 0- K. Railroad will sell round-trip, excursion iiiatu m rate or one rare for round trip Dates of SBle, November 7th and 10th. Return limit, December 81st, 1896. Annual meeting American board of com mltHioners for foreign missions, at Toledo, Ohio, Ootober 6tb to 9ib, 1896. Fare and one-tnird on certificate plan. Commencing June 1st, we will sell round crip tickets to Pueblo, at $15.70: to Colorado Bpriogs, $18.50; to Denver, $23.15. Tickets limited to one day in each direction, with final limit for return, No- all festival of mountain and plain at Denver, Colo., Oct. 6th to 8th-'96. From Las Vegas to Denver and return $10 25. Dates of sale Oct. 5 b, to 7th., Inclusive. Continuous passage in each direction. Final return limit Oct. 12-'96. C. F. Jones Agent For Trade. Five hundred and twenty acre ranch deeded land twelve miles from Las Vegas, large house and barn, shingle roof, river and spring: water. Will trade for house and lot In East Las Vegas. 270-tf Geo. H. Hctchisoh & Co, RAILROAD Western Division. :i Time Table Ho. 38. J. W. Relnhart, John J. HcOook. receivers. In effect Sunday, August 6th, 1895. Westward. htationb. Kastwabp . 6 00 p 8 10 a 10 OOp Chicago 10 80 p 8 80 a 6 00p 8 80 p 2 66 p a ooa 88a 4 08a 8 40 a 1 M p 7 Offp 7 85 p Kansas City Denver LAB VEGAS Albuquerque Coolldge wins:ate Gallup Holbroos WInslow Flagstatt Williams Ash Fork Kingman The Needles Blase Daggett Barstow Mojave Los Angelas SanFranclsco 7 oo a 6 16 p S 46 a 8 16 V 8 85 p 8 05 p 2 20 p B4 00 p a via 12 10 pi (wp 4 68 p 6 25 p 8 10 p 9 00 p 8 05a 8 26 a 9 10 a 1J 80 p 10 40 a n 30 a 11 06 p i no p 4 20 p 6 00 p 7 40p 1 66a 4 40a 6 26a 9 86 a 7 27 a 6 osa 4 60a 11 2 Pi 8 40 p 6 66 p 8 40b 11 66 a 1 66a 6 48 a 7 60 al 11 B3p 12 80 p 10 00 a 9 20a B D9 D 7 35 p 2 86 p 2 10 D 8 80a 8 46a 8 aoa 1 40 p 11 43 a 3 10 p 2 20 p 8 00p 6 60 D 10 00a 0SD 7 roa 8 IQp 8 OOP 8 aop 10 45 al 10 46 ai Summer or Winter. The Santa Fe route is tbe moat comfnrta. ble railway between California and the east. The meals at Harvey's Dining Booms are an exceuenn feature or tne une. Tne Grand canon of the Colorado can be reacnea in no otner way, JNO. J BYRNE, Sen. Pass. Agent, Los Angeles, Oal. O. H, SPEKRS, A flat Gen. Pass. A sent, San Franclsoc. Robt. L. M. Ross, Real Estate AND INSURANCE AGENT, mces 10 Smt tie mi, Lots from $100 np. SOLE AGENT of the Hill-site Town Co. addition, and the Eldo- -rado Town Co. lower addition. Residences, Business Properties, L-oans, Mortgages and becunties. Desirable Acre Properties: Faims under Irrigation Ditches. Oflloe on - "' T I II Qi .11)3 IE. I lAf VEBAg AliC k PiClllt CHAFFIN & nORNE, Livery and Sale Stable. GOOD MUS AND LIVELY, GENTLE - TEAMS. Tents and Camping Outfits Furnished Free with Team Mire. Horses boarded by the day or month. Will keep on hand all kinds of Hay, Grain and Feed, . Lowest prices guaranteed. Agents for the Rushford and Newton Wagons. Give us a call. DOUGLAS AVKNUE, EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. (Successor WHOLB8AI.il AND HARDWiE LOME, SASH, Paints, C1J Cerrillos Hard EAST LAS VEGAS, TELRPH OWE! Ho. BO Goods delivered New Mexico Planing Mill . a. oiiSMisjvars, prop. BUILDING filAlERIALS OF ALL KINDS AND STYLES SASH, DOORS, SCREEN, ETC. Special Piices lo Cortrectors and Builders In Lumber Shingles, etc. Estimates contractors. Office and Mill. Corner Bevr nth and Jackson Streets. East Las Vegas. TELEPHONE OS. g fHM OFFICII Sample and Club Rooms, Corner Sixth Street and Douglas Avenne, 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. EELXXX MJIE1IKH2. General Broker. Land Grants, Improved Ranches, Native Cattle, Improved Cattle, Cattle Ranges, Horses and Sheep, Real Estate. Stc. Land Scrip of all Kinds, Territorial and County Warrants. Gen eral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under the United States Land Laws. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO J. H. TEITLEBAUM. The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co TEITLEBAUM T09 Sixth Street, Opposite UKTT1KG IT DOWN FINK. Whiskies. pbr oal. Soar Mash Bourbon $2 00 " " " .2!25 " " ., 2 50 Samples only 5o, -Ft8.15o,Pt8.25o Qts.SOc Fineh Whiskies, peb oal. White House Club $3.00 U. 8. Club 8 25 "Carlisle", Bole Agent 8.50 Samples ICo, Half Pta. 25c, Pts. 50c, Qts. $1. Finest Whiskies, per gal. John Hennliig 14.00 Belle of Anderson 4.25 Guckenheimer 5.50 McBrayer, Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone SAMPLES, ONLY lOo. Half-pints 35c, Pints 65c, Quarts, $1.25. Milwaukee Keg Beer, fie per glass. 50o per gallon. Bottled Beer, 10c, 15o, 20c, &1 25c Per bottle. Sole Agent for : "Carlisle" Whisky, $3.50 per gallon. I! California and Native Wines from 25c per Bottle, and $1 per Gallon, up. 49-Eear entrance from Lincoln Ave., between Optio Office and Bosenthal Bros P. S. "Press tbe Button. VTe'U do the rest." JOHN HILU CONTRACTOR ai BUILDER. Manufacturer of Sash and Doors, Mouldings, Scroll Sawing, Surfacing and Matching Planing Mill and Office Corner ef Bianchard street and Grand avenue. HAST LAS VKA - KBW JtfRi MILLS & KOOGLER, I Successors to T. B. MILLS, Established in 1878. ' Real Estate, Mining f Insurance Agts. - Represent the Royal Exchange Assurance Company, , of London, England ; Assets , 23,000,000. 1-. rnty "I"' 8C.n001 honds bought and sold. Best facilities for placing eaeh seenri. f ta- .aP "St ?u ranSb Bnd Improved property, and over 8.000,000 acVes t tlSb Br"dg.nsVa0snVeKBaDsd,,,SI,!,SlWe8t, " PriC6' Wh'ch Chttllen competitors.'58 Om?Xi AGUA PURA WHOLESALE PURE MOUNTAIN ICE ' . Laics ana Storage ia Us Itm Hot imu Ceeop;: Our Ice is pure, firm and clear, to our many Office! 620 Douglas Ave., East LasVegas, N.2V? 3 to Coors Bros.) RETAIL DKALIB IP ECpES, BUM, ViBISffii and Glass. and Soft Coal - NEW MEXICO free In city. cheerfully furnished to Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. M. P. 8AVILLE, Mgb3 & SAVILLE, San Miguel National Bank. Cigars From,$l pertbox OP. Chewing a' id Smoking Tobaccos From 25c per lb. up Sole Agent for 'RAIL8P littkb" Cigar. 5o Straight $2.15 per !ox. Las Vegas Roller fil, 3. R. SMITH, Prop'r. Location: On the hot springs branch rail way, East Las Vegas, New Mexico. BRAN, FLOUR, GRAIN AND FEED. Your Patronage Solicited. COMPANY DEALEJt IN and gives entire satisfaction patrons. RATHBUN SHOE 0