THE DAILY OPTIC.
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Backboard alalia, , -Halls
on the Star routes leave 'Lai ' Tegas
as'lV,g'ae to Fort-Sumner, 'includln
Anton Culco, Los Oplonale, fcden, Banta
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rive on alternate days of each week.
Las Vegas to Fort Bascom, lnc'uding
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Las Vegas to Mora, Including Los Alamos,
Bapello, San Tgnaclo and Moclada. tri
weekly, on Tuesday, Thursday and (Satur
day , of each week, and arrive on alternate
days, ' " .
Las Vegas to Lesperance, once week,
on Saturday. . .
rmnvavKnca on Fort Sumner fine, is ny
n.hAi.,thn.vhnini. mi Fort Rascom and
Mora lines by single-horse backboard. To
Lesperance by private conveyance
usually spring wagon.
For Delegate to Congress,
NOMINATED BY THE DEMOCRATS.
NOMINATED BY THB POPULISTS.
ENDORSED BY THE SILVER REPUBLICANS.
ThU is lbs ol purpo of tb pirff ,
tb one reason for tlj etlstinoa pf the
organization. ; Tbat ' suplj- raoysinent
was greatly needed, cannot beflenied
by any one familiar with the condition
of affairs in Sin Miguel county. Mat
ters bad gone from bad t worse. Ex
travaganoe bad increased from year to
year. Economy teamed, to bava bi
oome a forgotten vlrtua. The affairs
of the oounty, in atmost every parllcu
lr, were as badly mismanaged as tbry
possibly could be. It bad actually be
come a question as to bow muob longer
tba oounty could stand tbe burdens be
ing piled np upon it. Tbe Union party
was formed to bring relief to tbe tax
payers, to bring punishment to evil
doers, to briog order out of chaos, and
to bring good government to all
This oould not be done by any of
tbe political parties. Their entang!
Inz alliances put Ibe possibility pf re
form tojond tbeir power. Hence, l(
was determined to attempt tbe bring
ing together, tbe anion of the best ele
ments in all the old parties. IIjw suo
oessful tbe iff rt has been, the oonveq-
tlon of Saturday most emphatically di-;
dared. Tremendous In siza bubbling
over with enthusiasm, .eooadent. qi
vlotory, and eager for the 'conflict, tbe
convention was in many -respects the
most remarkable ever held Jo this
oounty. ' Nor has the party - been ' less
successful in accomplishing tbe par
Dose of its organization. In less than
t - -
two years, tbe present oounty govern
ment has saved to the tax payers of
Sin Miguel oounty, more than 145,000.
And vet the good work has bat began
To continue it, another most excel
lent ticket has been nominated. A
wise selection hat been made for
county officials; and The Optic, pleas
Jills Is wbt Salva-eea Is 4ul?.
Wm, Taylor, Bishop of the )Wetbo
t 41st Episcopal Church In Africa,
V writes l
' ""f New York, Nov. a, 1 895.
" I know Salva-cea to be an ex
cellent remedy, I have proved its
healing virtues, both for bruises and
flesh wounds, and also to kill the
Virus of mosquitoes and chegols."
E. A, Garunoton, Major and Insp'i
- General, U. S. A., writes t
" Washington, D. C,
.vr ,ri Apr. Si,. 1895. f
" l Jiave used Salva-CBA for sore
nejserheuir.tic pains in tbe muscles
of my arm, which la disabled from a
gun-shot wound Involving the elbow
joint; relief was quick and complete.
i?.. I ' ' i ,v- . H
E. G. Isaacks, Pay Office, Nary
Yard, writes; ,f
" Brooklyn, N. Y.', Aug. 3, 189S.
.V Having been " a' sufferer from
troublesome Piles, and not only ob
tained immense relief, but, I can
Safely say, cured, I cheerfully recom
mend Salva-cea to those suffering
likewise, and hope itwilj afford them
the same relief tha,t. it has me, ,
. . " P. S., I suffered with Plies for
more than a year and tried many
remedies before I was recommended
to try Salva-cea."
Salva-cia does just what it
- ' s advertised to do.
- . ' Two aiiMi ) end jo cent! ptt hex.
Al druggists, or by mail. .
Fir dfm$td fin umd rkruntmtiim 0
ikt Jint$ utt SJv-ra, "xtrm Snng."
Ta'e Bsamsutk Co., 174 Canal St., K. Y.
; THB POLITICAL HOT-BED. ,
'The Optic's" Correspondent Over
1 la Bants Fe Ueta on tbe Inside,
I - in Blatters Political.
To tht Editor of the OpticT
i SaiJTa Fe, N. M , October 19, 1896
St. Catron is somewhere in the north
ern part of tbe Territory trying to fix
THK UNION TICKET.
ed with what, has been accomplished y"""'' "uu7
For Members Council, '
JAMES 8. DUNCAN. '
For Members House,
FRANCISCO LUCERO, 1
JOSE Y. LUJAN,
For County Commissioners,
Ut DUt. CATARINO ROMERO,
2nd " PETRONILO LUCERO,
3rd " HENRY G. COORS.
For Probate Judge,
For School Superintendent, '
For Probate Clerk,
F. MEREDITH JONES.
TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 2oTliatt,
THEY WHO WOULD BE FREE.
No reform, moral or intelleotual, ever
came from the upper class of society.
Each and all came from the protest of
martyr and victim. The emancipation of
the working people must be achieved by
tbe working people themselves. Wendell
the same lines, pledges to tbe nomi
nees its most earnest and hearty sup
port. What may be done for their
election, Thb Optic proposes to do,
having no doubt that tbe past good ef
forts of tbe party are bnt an earnest of
what the next two years will be. ..
THE MILK IN THE COCOANUT
The firm of Mosler, Bowen & Cook
has one of the largest stores in tbe City
of Mexioo, a handsome new building
with a stone front. They are the
agents it onr sister republic for tbe
Moslur ssfes, the Cleveland bicycles
and tbe Smith Preimer typewriters,
Mr. Cook, tbe resident partner, said to
Trumbull White, a special writer for
the Chicago Record, who is on a com
I mlaalnn nf Innnirv Kit tliftf Ainnlra
I - - I . 1 I - . b n n knln.. at.A(lAn
. . ... 1 . 1 Lima w 101 ruu mwn uuo oiv.itvu.
am a Arm believer in tbe single gold M r At lt.i,.. .rl nnli.
Is, or what he is doing. At the repub
lican beadqnarters tbey know nothing
and, at Catron's office tbey say be will be
here to-night," bat night comes and
he doe's not arrive. Wby this seeming
ignorance, it Is bard to tell, onliss
Secretary Frost, who is np to all kind
i political sobemes and tricks, and
Candidate Catron have some soheme
on hand 'that they do not wish disclos
ed. Work, it seems, is being dooe by
the republican central committee In
sending 1. masses of documents under
Catron's Iran k, if anything else goes
on, no one seems 10 mow 11. iuair'
man Bartlett is bnsy sending oat doca
cn'eqts knd Secretary Frost sending oat
letters, bat that seems to be about all
The' cry is benrd constantly, "we bae
ho money and oannot do much; bad
we the boodle, we would carry tbe
Territory for Catron by 3,000 msjor-
rty." Bat there is some kind of a ben
on.'anvbow. and I will get onto it in
DEMONETIZATION JUST THAT.
I tbe government contracted a debt,
with a certain amount of money in circu
lation, and then contracted the money
volume, before tbe debt was paid, it la the
most heinous crime that a government
could commit against the people. Abra
standard tor tba states. : even though : 1
know the remarkable prosperity and dt-
velopment that has come to Mexico through
! silver ooinage. Or, rather, . I should mj
that I would be willioa to see free ooJoaa
I tried in tbe sta.es, and I believe ft would
I makea remarkable advance in general pros.
1 parity and In export trade there, If we ooold
1 keep tbe nations of Europe on tbe gold
I standard. But I fear we ooold not. I : am
afraid that tbe moment the 'United States
made tbe ohange, and her advanee began,
all tbe rival manufacturing nations would
hasten to take tbe same course. And,
then, of oourse, we would lose a large part
of our advantage again.
The foregoing opinion and the fore
going Instance of the failure of import
ed goods to appreciate In price, are
duplicated many times in conversations
Mr. White has had with business men
THE COUNTY TICKET.
The Optic announced, immediately
after the county republican convention,
that it could) not support the ticket
there nominated, because that conven
tion endorsed and, adopted the St.
Louis and Las Vegas platforms. Clear
ly and at length we "'showed how those
platforms contravened every previous
republican platform, which had touched
upon tbe subject of tbe currency
.. Those can go with tbe administration
who so wish, but The Optic will re
main true to the principles it has taught
for nearly twenty years. We are pre
eluded, therefore, from supporting the
county republican ticket,
. On the other band, tbe nnion ticket,
nominated by tbe convention which
closed its labors on Saturday morning,
stands squarely for good oounty gov
ernment and has no entangling politi
cal alliances. Tbe union party is not
a political organization in any sense of
the term. This was clearly manifested
by tbe convention itself. ' As its three
chief officers, its president and , Its two
vice presidents, there sat together on
the platform a silver democrat,' a gold
republican and a silver republican;
while ; in the body of . the convention,
democrats, republicans and populists
were freely mingled. .
The same , fact was dearly indi.
cated. by the convention's neglect to
endorse v either: of the congressional
candidates. In Territorial poiitios the
Union party, as such, Is neutral, leav
ing eaoh member to vote and labor as
he, pleases. It does foot, as a party,
take any side in the congressional oon
test, though there, is little doubt that
nine Out of ten of - the members of tbe
party will vote for Fergusson and free
silver. Bat as a party, no action oould
be taken on tbe . question of the dele
gate ship, consistent with the plans and
purposes of tbe organization.
These plans and purposes are to
San Miguel county has been Judlcl
ally and economical'y governed In Ike
past two years, and there is not tbe
slightest doubt but that the people wMl I .r
continue the same party in power1 for
another term. . Tbey should now turn
their efforts towards Securing' agdbd
clean man to. 1represenf.;them, Ja con
gress. ' Such t ; man .ail 'Hob.1 H.l B
rergusson is needed and will no doubt
be chosen. '. ' ! . ;r .;?;
I Leading republicans and populists
here are bitter against Prince. Tbey
Siy he is a coward , and has played
thtm all tricks that are unworthy in
politician of experience and who wants
to pose as a leader. lie wanted tbe
populist nomination In order to coerce
the republicans to give him their
nomination and played false all around.
Sow be is going about seoretly helping
Mr. Fergusson and all the free silver
republicans are supporting Mr. Fer
gusson on bis advice, but be tells tbe
republicans he is with them and says
be will mace speeches for them and
the like promises. But they are all on
him , .You -list ought to bear Mr.
Webber, chairman 01 the populist com
mittee, give it to him. If the demo
crats recognize the populists of Santa
Fe county and. give them one or two
dominations they will sorely carry this
oounty. Mf. Webber should be pat
dp for cnalrmai. of the board of oonnty
commissioners and Arthur Boyle for
the council'. Mr. Fergusson has ad.
vised that tbey be given a nomination
of some kind but the democratio lead-
here will not follow this
East Las Vegas will give' H. B,
Fergusson a ma irity -of 203.- Let other
precinots follow this examplr; ' '
H. B. Fergusson is a gentleman.
This fact alone should eleot him over
his opponent. ;:fll?';x-,?ft . .,.
; -; When' '0tis"i$til
Hood's Siu-saparllla, builds jin the weakened
shattered system by, jrlflng vigorous action ta
um uiKeaura organs creauos an appetite, and
purifying tbe blood. It Is prepared br modem
methods, possesses the greatest curative pow.
ers and has tbe mosti wonderful record ef ael
xuai cures of any medicine. Try It,"
Is ' PiHa cure nausea, sick headache.
waigesuon. Diiiousness. Bold by all druggists.
Polk, Dallas and Tezaa.'
Dr. A. W. Cariies deli vered the ad
dress of welcoruo at a reunion of 'pio
neers in Hutching, Dallas county, ' re
cently.,, Among other things he said :
"In 1844 the battlecry of the admlrera
and followers Of one of Tennessee's
most honored sons yes, of olio of the;
nation's most honored ions as, 'xovii
Dallas and Texas I That err was-the
cry of the victors of that, day, but little
did those who gave voice to that senti
ment realize the. magnitude of its im
port, Little did they think that that
vast expanse of nnti lied prairies that
.had' just wrested 'itself by the mighty
of sT Houston, of a Travis, of a
Lamar, of a Rusk tend of a Crockett
from tbe grasp 6f the'Atfecf wcraI4,;i
the time of ' tlielr "compatriots "even.
blossom as the rose and beoome the
home of the arts and tba science. Its
history reads like tbe wonderful talos
of the 'Arabian Nights.' Under the
magic touoh of those pioneers oities
and industries sprang into' existence
like tbe mythical castles of an jJLladr
din." Dallas Tex:Htt)ws,. " rA
tbe . f Madrid vote tbey are
sure of election, forgetting that Cerril-
Ss and Madrid two years aigo gave
ills 111 votes, enough to defeat Jo
seph and give Catron a small majority
in this oounty. Neither Mr. Webber
nor Mr. Boyle are liked by Governor
Thornton and Sheriff Cunningham,
leaders of the opposing democratio fee
lions and therefore the populisms will
cfot be recognized cs they deserve to
I. 7 W :
The republicans are also not happy.
There Is a ' biiter fight On between T
J. Helm, general agent of the Rio
Grande A raii road company here, and
Charles spiess, of Catron's office, fot
tbe council. Helm would have the
solid mining and coal mining vote
against. him in southern Santa Fe
0; unty, and Spiess ba done some
things that will be brought up against
dim if be is nominated. Tbe republi.
cans are "between the devil and tbe
deep"' sea," and the people don't care
wmon of the two get? them
A. 1 J . . . I .
. ai, icyuujiuau ucauijuarmra iuey tear
tnat tbe ticket nominated by tbe popu
lists and silver republicans in Socorro
oounty will hurt Catron and loose the
legislature and tbey blame it all or.
Prince, and say be Is behind it with bU
usual "soeakery." Tbey also ao use
him of having induced the silver re.
publicans in your city, suoh as Henry,
juiney, uartman, rorsythe, Uoors and
(hers to support rergusson. They are
The Maxwell Land Grant
Situated in New Mexico and Colorado,
On the Atchison, Topeka & Santi Fe, and
Un'on Pacific, Denver & Gulf Railways.. - ...
I Rnnflnn anrfis nf T.pnii Pnr m
uuu uuiuu Ul UUUU 1U1 UUlUi
Farming Lands.Under Irrigation Systems:
v In tracts' bt20 a-r, a hnd upwards, with perpetual water . nVhts,
, r '-i yu uir casr terms 91 10 annual payments, witn 7 per cent.
V! '4:nV' jAlfalfa,-,Grain And Fruits grow to perfection.
Choice Prairie or Mountain Grazing Lands,
r. ." r wiJ n with good shelter, Interspersed with flne Vanohss suitable
: W v 'or raising grains and fruits, in slse of tracts to suit purchaser.,
Large Pastures For Lease,
Milroa'0'"7' len1 0F nn,enoedi shipping facilities over two
ib. 'S.P,r51tASi'f .!T"torn. boundary, are situated tbe famous
niumiavi uuluaDDiiniUWfl ana BALiUY,
. . . . . ! M unvv LP,
.iT . 'w.ana new, ricn discoveries were made in 185, In the vicinity of
the nea- earope of HEMATITE and HARRY BLUFF, as rich as any camp in Colo
raae, Dut wlib lots of as vet unlocated ground opn to prcpeotors 00 terms similar to.
and a favorable as, tbe United Htates Government Laws and Regulations.
Stage leaves every moining, except Suudays, from Springer for
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Raton, New Mexico.
very bitter against him and have a rod
in pickle for him.
ONB OF THK pKOPLB.
Neae But Ayer's at tha World's Pair
Ayer's Sanaparilla enjoys the ex
traordinary distinction of having been
the only blood purifier allowed an ex
hibit at the World's fair, Chioago.
Manufacturers of other Sarsapaiillas
sought by every means to obtain a
showing of their goods, but they were
all turned away under the application
of tbe rule forbidding the entry o"
patent medicines and nostrums. Th
decision of tbe World's fair autborilira
in favor of Ayer's Sarsaparilla was in
effect as follows: "Ayer's Sarsaparilla
is not a patent medicine. It does not
belong to the list of nostrums. It is
here on its merits "
The sugar factory at Eddy continues
to be scene of bustle and activity.
The pieces of machinery, piping,
etc, which have been scattered
arennd the grounds for the past tow
months, have almost entirely disap
peared. Tbey are now in tbe building
1 Tearlet Rates te the Qrand Canon.
From Las Tegas to Grand Canon of tb
Colorado river and return, 153 60. Tbirtj
days' transit limit in eacb direction,
Final return limit, ninety days from date
of sale. - Tbe stage will leave Flagstaff, 00
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, con
neeting with our through California trains
m eacb direction.
Retarning, It will leave the Grand Canon
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Neturdays. lb
ride to tbe canoa is over a good road
occupies about eleven huurn. Stations
bava been astablhbed along tbe rout and
at tbe canon for the accommodation of
ooiista. , . C. F. Jonis, Agent.
.... Te the Public
We wish to state to tbe eood oennle of
T . .... ' r
i.a vegas anq vicinify, tnat tbe means to
ouiia toe canitarium nrve been provided
for, but we are without mean to furnish
the building. We have concluded, there
fore, to bold a fair during Thanksgiving
weea. to raise lunaa witn wnicn to furnuh
tbe building. We are ; dependent on the
geoerosity of tbe poblio to aooomplUb this
purpose; and desire to state that we do not
expect to get tbe oeceBary amount by
large donations, but by the mite from the
many. Uence. we hODe that none will r
fuse to assist us. This is a publio instltu
tion by which all will be beneBted, and In
wuica an snouia leei an lnieresc
BI0TER8 or CJHAWTY,
tf. .. ijln charge of Sanitarium.
Off ICIAL DIRECTORY.
Thomas B. Cation..
W. T. Thornton....
Tlios. Smith ,
!i. O. to'.ller, I
It B Ha-jjlUon, (
S. B. LauKblln. f
. D. Bants. I
Delegate to Congress
Five hundred1 and tweoty acre ranch
deeded land twelve miles from Las Vegas.
large house and barn, shingle roof, river
and spring water. Will trade for bouse
and lot In East Las Vegas,
270-tf Geo. H. Hutchison & Co.
Rates te City at Mexico.
V . Vnn . m W . U . flfrk 1 OfUI
J I T AUAOi . U. Ul U I V. II ,7. U, XOITU.
Bound trio rates' to- City of Mexico, from
Las Vegas, $66.70. Going limit, sixty
days, with final return limit, of six months
from date or sale.
. RATE'S TO PHOENIX.
Tourist rates to rnoenix, Arix., and re
turn from Las Vegas, $48.60. Limits,
fifteen days". In each direction, with final
limit of six months.
tf C F. Jonas, Agent
Mr. Stevenson, the contractor of R.
gather together, from all parties, those t0D pul,ed lnto Ead mi week Wora
7..-" " a k....-. ' last with a corps of carpenter and is
DUahlno' ahead tha framn nrV r,t ,
cat administration of our county affairs, ' imsjter.
who demand better and more economi-l
How many' young men and
f young women are cut off just
wnen ine luture seems Dngstest
and fullest of promise I They
k are taaen away Dy the dia-
. v . .iXi. ....
1 dr-rfi'jmy I over one -sixth of all
T XJiKx? l the deaths In the
1 world the disease
f which doctors call
V conHUtnptiorr. There
is absolutely no rea-
son in the world why
I consumption should
J be fatal why it
should be even strl-
.-w ous. - It is a disease
. .r v. . i i ... i
k U absolutely and always by puri
M ' fvtng and enriching the blood.
i s l lie only exception to this Is
the case where the disease has
been- neelpcted and Imnrnn.
' erly treatt J until it is stronger
than the bodv until the bndv
JiJbecome so weak aa to have lost the
ability to recuperate. Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery will cure 98 per cent of
all cases of consumotion if used accordinar
to directions. It alto cures all limrerW
tWwfc bjopshjaj sd throat affections,
Mexican Central Railway.
From tbe sea to tbe clouds. Passing mod
ern cities and ancient moouments. Htan
dard guage in everything management,
fdeas and treatment of patrons. Toe only
line In the Republic running Pullman pal
ace buffet sleeping cars between the cap
ital and points in tbe United States. Cheap
rates and piompt service, f or lull partio
ulars call on or address
- . J. F. Donohob,
tf - . ; fom'l Agent Ri Pano. Tex.
Harness, Saddles Etc.,
The best place in the City to buy
i ; your
tel'x Martines.. .Clerk itb Judicial niatrtct
Oharles F. Basley Surveyor-General
Charles M. Shannon United States Collector
D. 8. IMs.rlct Attorney
a'dfprd L. Ball U.S. Uarshal
Vf. H. Loom's Deputy V. 8. Uarshal
J. XI. 1 lemlng ...U. 8. Coal Mine Inspector
jaroei B. Waiter, Santa Fe.Beg. Iand omce
Ped.o Delgado.Sauta Fe....Bec. Land Office
johnD. Bryan, LasCruces,Beg. Land Office
Jas. P. Ascarate LasCruces.Hec. LandOffice
l: ct-'ard Young, lioswell.. ..Reg. Land Cilice
W. H. Ccsgrove, Ho.well...Kec. Land Office
JobnC. Slack, Clayton teg. Land Office
Joseph t. Holland. Clayton.Bec, Land Office
. P. Victory , Solicitor-General
1. 11. Crist, Uist. Attorney Banta re
B. L. Young 1 LasCruces
1 os. J. WllkersonU ....Albuquerque
A. H. Haille Silver City
H. M. Dougherty Socorro
Geo. LicUurmlrt "... ....Katon
A. A. Jones " ..Las Vegas
John Franrlln " Hoswell
Jose Secrura ...Librarian
W. fl. Wyllys Clerk Supreme Court
X. H.Lergmann .........Supt, Penitentiary
ueo. v . Kjiabel Adjutant tieneral
Hamnel Kldodt Treasurer
ataicelino Garcia .....Auditor
Auiaclo Ouaves Supt. Public Instruction
U. 8. Hart ,...k coal Oil Inspector
DIRECTORS OF THE INSANE ASYLUM.
B. V. Long President
I. oren :o Lopes Vice-President
Carl W. WUdensteln Xec' j and Treas.
Iran. 8. Crosson.. , ;
Dr. J. Marron Medical Superintendent
Geo. W. Vard Steward
atrs. Camella OUnger ...Iiatron
OOTJfBT OF PKIVATB LAHD CLAIMS. '
1 Joseph B. Keed, Of Iowa, Chief Justice.
Atsooiaxa JCificas Wilbur t. Stone, of
uuiumuti, iuvjwi j . xuuer. 01 Hortn
Oaroiina; WllJam li. Murray, of Tennes-
o . i Q r jr u. niuaa , ot aansas.
Mattuew 0. Reynolds, of Missouri. U.
CATTLE SiNXTABT BOABD
W.H.Jack. chairman, Silver City
M.M.chaffin.... first dlstr,ct,i:ast Las Vexas
M.S.Otero second district. Albuaunrnua
..iuiiu uiiric(,w atrous
(1 ' fi trlf r TJ
(Suooessor to OoorsBros.)
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Paints, Oil axid Glass.
Cerrillos Hard and Soft CoaJ.
EAST LAS VEGAS, S . NEW MEXICO
TEI.EPHOHH Ho. 00 Goods delivered freo la city.
Efew Mexico Planing Mill
BUILDUP WA1ERIL8 OF AIL KIMS KD STYUS
SA5H, DOORS, SCREEN, ETC.
Special Pite to Cofilffdofs and Builders
In Lumber Shingles, etc. Eslimates cheerfully furnished to
. ' contractors. , ,
Office and Mill.Corner Beventh and Jackson Streets, East Las Vegas.
Las Vegas, N..M.
Sample and Club Rooms.
Corner BlxthjStreet ard Douglas Avenue,
CHRIS SELL MAN, Proprietor.
t-rioicest Dranas or imported and domest e winM j
alwnvs in etnr-lr. Pr1i( an1 9lln v ' . .
rrl . .7 A.u,uSm ln auenaance, day and
Land Grants, Improved Ranches, Native Cattle, Improved
Cattle, Cattle Ranges, Horses and Sheep, Real Estate Etc.
Land Scrip of all Kinds, Territorial and Connty Warrants. Gen
erai i,anu unice linsiness. Titles Secured Under the
United States Land Laws.
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO
P. 8AVILLE, Mgr3
F. M. Jones
Jesus Ma. Prada.
J '-Hlnkje fl.ih district, Lower Penasco
i,.,i,u, ecrtary,Las Vegas
r, u. ae imca -
Gregorlo Flores S Ooontr Commissioners
Dlonlc o Martinet i ' . . "
Gregorlo Varela Probate judge
Patricio Gonzales .., Probate Cler
Jose G. Montano A.aanr
Hllarlo Komero n,.di
Carlos Gabaldon "ircollector
5"" ouiuww.,, ocnooi superlntenrent
Henry (S oke Treasurer
LAB VGA8 PEE0I50TB.
Simon Aragon... . justice of tha Peace, no.
O. O. deLaca .. i
u. s. wooster
Antonlno Zuola ' "
OiXT OF FABT LAB VEnsn.
S- Y'T Mayor
C. K. Pe:rv ... " . V"" " At.-".""?'
t Moore., EnH.r
N' ,.f Inn " " .
v lAua, ......... , ... ... aertwnK
Dr. M. W. Hohnlna ' ,AT"'K.rr
n n-,iii...w "iv .ufuu.wi
J. K. Uartln
B. I . lorevtha...
W. H. Earoer....
K. L. Eambiln....
L. H iio.'meister
A. T. riggers
' . BOAKD of IDUOATIOST.
a. i.arrutn v.., .
iAhV' Sed8cock"... Vloe.P.-eeldent
bsmbbbs First ward, Alfred B. Smith.
uwo. v. iteea; second ward,' L. 0. rort.W,
8. McLean; third ward, Edward Uenry. J,
M.D.Howard; fourth. ward, O. V. Hedrf
KEW MEXICO BOABD OF HBA '-TH. " "''
V. It. Tlnron. M. D.-Vrnalrlanft 1 ..irao..
G. 8.as.erday,M D.,V-Pres... Albuquerque
Vanc!s H.Aiklnsr, U.D.,8ec....Si.Las Vegas
E. Las Vegas
Wm. Egbert, M. D,
i. euuier, M. l).
M. Cunnlneham, M. D.
Robt. L. jVI. Ross,
AND INSURANCE AGENT.
Beifeld's Clebrated Cloaks,
Prices for Cash.
Center Bt. East Las Vegas.
CHARLES WRIGHT, Proo'r.
Best Twenty-five Cent
Meals in Town.. .... .
Table supplied wltb evert thing tbe mar-1
ket affords. Patronage solicited.
rtte 10 SDit lie Tiiei r
Lots from $100 up.
SOLE AGENT of the Hill-site
Town Co. addition, and the Eldo
rado Town Co. lower addition.
The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co
TEITLEBAUM & SAVILLE,
109 Sixth Street, Opposite San Miguel National Bank.
So per glass.
SOo per gallon. .
10c, 18c, SOo, & 2oc
Bole Agent ,
sTfiO per gallon.
U KITING IT UUWM FINK.
Sour Mash Bourbon
'' ," " :..2.50
Samples oslt 5c, K-Pts.l5c,Pts.25o Qts.SOc
Finer Whiskies, per oai,.
While House Club S3 00
U. 8. Club sua
"Carlisle", Bole Agent 8 60
Samples 10c, Half F ts. 26c, Pts. 60c, Qts. II.
Finest Whiskies, pbr gal.
John Henning $4.00
Belle of Anderson .' 4.25
Ouckenheimer ., 5.50
McBrayer, Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone
SAMPLES, ONLY lOo.
Half-pints 36c, Pints 65o, Quarts, $1.25.
California an.l Native Wines from 26o per Bottle, and $1 per Gallon, up.
49-Bear entrance from Lincoln Ave., between Optie Office and Rosenthal Bros
P. S. "Press the Button. We'll do the rest."
From $1 per box np.
From 25c per lb, ep
Sole Agent tor
J2.15 per hox.J
O. S. ROGERS,
LAS VEGAS, N. M.
Nos. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west and of
COMTBACTOR ana BUILDKB.
Sash and Doors,
Surfacing and Matching
and Office Corner of Blanohard street and
abt Las VBOA
Special attention criven to brand
ing irons, and general blacksmith-
mg and woodwork. All work
promptly uone and satisfaction
JOHN R. STILL,
door Wmb Tne Opvip,
Las Vegas Roller Mill,
J. R. SMITH, Prop'r.
Location: On the hot springs branch rail.
, way, Bast Las Vegas, New Mexico.
BRAN. FLOUR, GRAIN
Your Patronaee Solicited -
Residences, Business Properties. ?
Loans, Mortgages and Securities.
Desirable Aore Properties: Par ma nnrlv
irrigation uuones. , uince on
2DFL10R TAMME OPERA H00JE. I. IAS VEOAf
Livery Feed and Sale
Ranchmen. . ...
Douglas Avenue, East Las Vegas.
MILLS & KOOGLER,
' bucoessors to T. B. MILLS, Established in 1878. ' -
Real Estate, Mining Insurance Agts.
Represent the Royal Exchange Assurance Company,
- ' ; of London, England ; Assets
County and school bonds honchr.
tlaa T.ro.. H.t of ..h f" " " j "" "'"K ucu soenn.
i.nH. . ;e: :;:.ri -s" "".u"r".!''o"'. "a yeT acres of
a .ia L u. i7 "'""t"1 I"oe wnicn cnauenge compeHtora.
B.idge St., Las Vegas, N. SI.
AGUA PURA COMPANY
"WHOLESALE DEALWl Jjf
PURE MOUNTAIN ICE
. Laies and Storage in La. Fenas flot Spriacs Canon. -
ArLm.-0.gil CaT3tCitT7 ko.ooo Town
Our Ice is pure, firm and clear, and gives entire satisfactioa
to our many patrons.
Office: 620 Douglas Ave.. East Las Vegas. N. M
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