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THE DAILY OPTIC.
R. A. KIJrLER, Editor nd Proprietor. Kn tared at the Knit las Ve epas, N. M,, through tua po.tonlce (or transmission malls ai second-class matter, orriaiiL rivtn or thi oitt. .. . , Special Notice. LA Vadis Daily Ortifl-Delivered 'by mall, Dost-Dnltl.-HO.00 ner annum: ss.uoforslx months j fi.w for three months, Liis car rier, M cents per week. , ? AtAB V KU&I VVKJCKbX Vi-TIO-. ouiumni, ue. jivereu D7 man. posc-pam, ti.w per an i, si.uu ror ii x months. 75-1 (or three mouths. Single copies hi wrappers,!) arntsf Bam pie copies ot both daily and -weekly mauea tree wuen aesirea. uive postomce address In full, Including state. Oohhbspowdenoij Oontalnlutf mwi,i olid ted from all parts o( the country. Com munications addressed to the editor of Trne optic, to Insure attention, should be accompanied by the writer's full name and address, not (or publication, but as a guaranty of good faith. . . Rbuutancbs May be made by draft.money order, postal note, express or registered letter at our risk. Address all letters and telegrams to Thh Optic, Bast Las Vegas. New Mexico. Backboard Halls. . , Hails on the Star routes Nearer UM vigai as follows : Las Vegas to fort Samner, Ineindf n -Anton Chlco, Los Oolonals. Eden, Banta liosa and Puerto de Luna Mm -weekly, on Monday, Weanesday and Friday f and fir rive on alternate -days oteacb week. : Las Vegas to Fort Bascom. lnolndlna Ohaperlto, Gallium Springs El Cuervo, Las Vegas to Mora. Including Los Alamos, Bapeuo, can I gnacio anu nuiyauar " weeklr. on Tuesrtav. Thursday ana Hatur day, of each .week, and arrive on alternate days. . 1 v t Las Vegas to Lesperanee, oncelareeK, pn saiuraay. ' r Conveyance on Fort Sumner line, IS b; two-horse buckhoard. on Eort Bascom am Mora lines by single-diorse buck board. To Lesperanca ;ty private conveyance usually spiina whkud For Delegate to Congress, H. B. FERGU880N, Of Albuquerque. NOMINATED BY THE DEMOCRATS. NOMINATED BY THE POPULISTS. ENDORSED BY THE SILVER REPUBLICANS. THE UNION TICKET. For Sheriff, HILARIO ROMERO. For Collector, CARLOS UABALDON. fFor Assessor, ADKLAIDO GONZALES. . . For Members Connoil, JAMES S. DUNCAN. PLACIDO SANDOVAL. For Members House, FRANCISCO LUCERO, JOSE Y. LUJAN, MANUEL SANCHEZ. For County Commissioners, IstDIst. CATARINO ROMERO, 2nd " PETRONILO LUCERO, 3rd " HENRY O. COORSl. For Probate Judge, ANTONIO VARELA. -For Bohool Superintendent, MONICO TAFOYA. For Probate Clerk, ' PATRICIO GONZALES, r - -. For Treasurer, HENRY GOKE. For Coroner, AMADOR ULIBARRI. For Surveyor, ' F. MEREDITH JONES. THUHSDAT?' EVENING. OX3U-29.a89tU .. THEY WHO 'Or' D D" itidisd.- No reform, moral or intellectual, ever came from the upper class of sooiety, Each -and all came' from, the protest of martyr and victim. Tbe emancipation of the working people must be achieved by tbe working people -themselves.1 JretuieW Phillips. " "" ' DEMONETIZATION JU8T THAT. If the - government contracted a obt, with a certain amount of money ia cirtfUrf i-.i .... a .1. . .,' . . .. a-. 1 t .1 -1. - ' : lauon, auu luen'.uouiracteu - tue uiuuey volume, before the debt was paid, it is the most heinous crime that a government could commit against the people. Alra ham Lincblii: ':!' -"'''(:S.''5 -vi 'VJ The mtlliOng'who are Jdle? Ironi.n? t - fault of their.xxwn, ; are very willfng o work foif' Silver dollars" ralbertthan " starve, on a. goia basis, . v 't-HZ . ' - The Philadelphia Previa' recent ft 'I iasue printed two - solid pages ! of '.v-, Meria,'Bies, ana sun. tt is 1 nownng iihat thai gold isfandardineana pros . tieri tv f 'f '' -' ' r v- - ' t It is estimated. that it costs ;the re 'publican committee $ 25,000 :, a; day to pay tlw. expenses of the excursions to PinlAn XinR inlaid 'a tinma 8 .'' IVi A ''mll- lionaires, however, have lots of money. Free silver 'isojaage and ) free gold coinage, 16 to 1, as we fiad, "It up to 1873,. is the soundest of ( ajl sound money. It is the free vflilvef inen who are jn favor of sound money. The gold bugs are in favor of a money that robs the poor and enriches the ricli. r ' i'- a " i 1 e V" M .4 -c' s "Ibis popular tote for"presidenriri 1892 was: Clevelandii5,556,M8-,: Har rison, 'Weaver,, i,041,'P28 Bidwell,6,183 ; Wing, "21,16'CTotai; incudlogt"8cktMDg.l2ilie,6ai';jd 1888,' the popular vvote , for 'Cieve'fa'nd was 6,538,233, and for Ilarrispn 5,440,- 91 The gold-bugttumpplrlli' tmV city, fe a wSik SlhVweaVdttVntrv?""! W1B called a paper ever1 published in Las Vegas,1 TPhe single exception' was the Free Press) and that, weakling was is sued by J. A. Carrutt,j the same party who now publishes r the,, thumb-paper and wanfVtO be orAmty jticfmmissionor." The editor of the Free Press was one Diamond, whose strongest 'point was bis feet, as all could testify what hap. pened to be shut np with bim in the same room.,, Bobt. L. M.'Ross is the editor of the thumb-paper; and while a perfect gentleman, he will never set the world afire, nor will tbe thumb paper ever boost him into the legisla ture or Carrutb into the commission, er'i chair, HOW TO GIST PHQTECTJQNf, Tbo gold-bug ropublloaoa endeavor to conceal deal the preiont haul by a great r protdttioai Majdr MoKluley ado ov must be elected that we may have pro tootloa. Every one koowe that the present congress Is overwhelmingly re publican, and what bai it done (or protection f Absolutely nothing, and wbyP Beoause the ..silver, men bold thebftlaooe of power ia the senate, and they publioly announoed that there should be no tarIB legislation till silver bad reoelved its demanded reoogni. tion. They uDUir.ob.ngly kept their word. The same men will hold the balanoa of power in the senate for the coming turn Troop. rm M.rnk TVxia ann two years from March next. Does any one, except Boss and Carrulh, Imagine for a moment that they will ohange their present attitude toward silver f Tariff legislation, therefore, la an abso jute impossibility, for .the.nexj thfee years, nnless silver legislation is se cured. . "' ; , . Every man favoring tariff . should, consequently,' labor for aTsl!vroon j cress. It is true. Ne Mexioa't JelA- aubjeot; but it is equally trja that the eiecuou 01 a suver man irom mis xer- ritory will have a salutary influence for miver leglBlation, and thus remove an insurmountable obstaole . In the y, of securing papsciidn forjNaa Mexico's wool.'"'' : ' ? ' - This is a plain proposition, whloh any one can see, who is not wilfully blind. The friends of protection, who are such in reality snd not in name, only, should be the most active men of tu.conu. .uuuiu vi wua u early return to protected raw ma - terial. WE, YOU AND US. r . The sixth issue of the Old Woman, the republican campaign sheet, was gotten out. vesterdav. Among the several lying paragraphs therein con tained, is the following palpable one: ' We don't ask The Optic's advioe what to do or say, any mora than wa bars asked or desire its support for the republican ticket..; .." You He, jou vllllan, you Uel ". lour central committee, eany in tne cam - paign, before, any conventions were haA'nrn tho'Hu'iA. fnt""trrnnraflt. Lat Op th no'nntv nrlnt- r 6 r , " iogi ?Jn-?tbe event Ihe paper would stand "pat" for the' republican ticket, This wat agreed to, on' conditions that were not lived np to. Who'a "we, anyhow? Only offi6e;S9eiersf V CHOICE CATRONISMS. The Albuquerque -(?,rt. sajs-lhat Catron should be continued in congress because ' be has made a national reputation:" So did Billy Breckinridge, bat be was not continued In congress, all the same. Tom Catron did one thing during the. first fealf obis Jwfc term in oongress. iixe tne true nog that ha !.' pnnlntod bia two sons to fat government positions, thus shut ting out every promising boy in New Mexico, who bad as much ricrht to the r.lna ! aa had the Tonnir Catrana. LL . I misgave numas nVm,u. . u,l.. reputation. But it ts a reason ror keeping him home, instead of sanding j bim to congress again. ITnv o . 1 A P.lrnH-lift .Anf Kanlr In " ' I congress? Bev.V Oxley's prize-fighting law, the reputation lor wbion patron 1 tried to appropriate , to himself, as he I to rnuster enough of the members to does everyUiing that oomei In hU re'a1f W bnalnees, and tbe session 1... ...a- tr t.. I wasinot hfeld, 'beoause the hour fixed -WM' 5- mAva r a jit lnmfi'il '! A VkA rnarla I aw. vi., ? w u, i recipieiits of publidpap, nd'if ha hTfji'Fcbnyened, Judge Palen died, and It there are'no more 'itaoes Mat' nfeW'oorri-1 Wits belie ved that he committed suicide mgtoNevClic ' - , - : I -.rv,'-'"H.!(fif''.FT.l''ler tjo another district. Territorialsttitfiiaja-' Jannises for J . 7ew It appears that Catron was just lick of funds,' ' because 'EecJ)uld ''not I the same sprt of mau twenty-four years sneak in the illegal-' Santa 4Z eddnly bonds. 'Already harf'be'donejfill ttwsfe things. ' What,, then," 'does there 're. main for him to dor To send him to congress would'oe laooVm vairf.11 Vet bim stay at horie ktrd putlthtf Territory to additional thousands of,, roilars of expense irt praventmg ine.exacution 01 ense ir Brveqtmjeijieiexacutio Bbrrego thugs - f Tfj the Last night, -a.--prominent .and .re sponsible business' man or Eaat;Las ,r' ...J1 r u 1. vegaB, auu uus nun una uoiobuiuic been .onecot the slauncbest j-epubjisaos 6f, the county; offered to bet $100 apiece, or f 1,700, 'that every candidate on the union Vicket-wou 6e e(teSJntPnse8 in New Mexico, for wbiob , T; , ..':'''',;. 1 there are many good openings i suoh ne l-uesaayJie couiu-unu no ers.; Whets were the gold-bug awpublK can leaders, who4 so doughtily tfecU?e'j ihovafcfa frainc- to-aweer San ailiruai tt b- -a - i . .' r. r kolea, and pulled the holes in ;aftf IIUQ1U -a.- ".-in-m-- ! New MjMtf. WW&. Dlainlv to be seen. Tbe silver men control the senate, and they will see to it that no anti-silver Territory Is admit ted tb the union. A delegate 'elected on the St. Louis, gold-standard plat- :or(n, had as well whistle jigs io a dead Indian, as to ask the present senate of . tbe United Sates for statehood for his Territory. . ' V - ' A Sound .Basis. if ?ii The testimonials published by tlie proprietors of Hood's Sarsapanlla, are not purchased,. nor are they written ujjji fifel JTTr-tBoij aij5ej from their employes, but tliey are facts from truthful And grateful people, who are reliable and as worthy of confidence; 9Vthfy anjeom your most trusted nelghbof. w n IIada Pills are the best family CHthartis apd liver medlcUi?, Qarmless, reliable, sura. TWUNXV.POUU YEANS AGO, ftpo!w fcdber Then and the .jtaptrrtorofn Jaclge. T. B. Catron's reputation, whloh was recently "smirched" by evidence that he is a briber and loo dishonest even to praotioe law in New Mexioo. was maae more man twentv.ioor veara ago, and in 18(2 it was - so bad that United States xmops were called out at 8anta Fe to prevent the outraged and indignant people of that town from hftnirinor him i At, that? tirina ' iKa Qa n s tiag WM in luj prirne. Thom B. Catron wag attorney general, Jauriai I Palen was TlTOhed "Bfates Judge, anrli ?""E I . . , .. . . .. .d. a bK I arhlnh tt urn Imnnnoilili VVni niknl which it was Impossible 4t any; .othef attorney to win a. oaaa lu - bis eurt. They took cases on "spec," arid it was understood that Paleir stftretf Th the This oorrupt combination exasperated tne people, ana petitions for raleu's removM.navinD' Dflfin hnartQd on hv Elklds, tba (legislature, in December. Paaied a bill assigning Palen to ...iuju.iti.. . vetoed . the 1 bill, and thfn a odnular 1K VeTo" ' ZT.0d iu , m hnn At a, nnmhar-nf - lairl.latnra. hnt needtfl (Wo ttfort.' Elkins asked August Kirchnertofcelp the ririjr. and oromfs; ed him a favorable decision in a cer- tain ult should Palen noV be removed. a lew aays later, patron . asKea tt.ircn- ner tb buy two members, and offered bim 1500 for the Job, saying that the removal of Palen would rulo Elkins and himself Kitobder refused to undertake the iob. ana pn f e.Djruarj,. Jst, 1812,- be made amdavltAY.reciiinir , the whole affair, copies pf , whioh- affidavits are yet in existOAne. n.ircnner t was , beef, coo- 1 A ne, original amaavits were tent to 1 Lyman Trumbull, chairman of the judiciarjcommittaawot. -the .United States senate, in J 872, , . . On tbecWsSit "before the dav - when"! the attempt -was to be made to pass tbe I and to' have it assodla ted with any pro bill bvar.ffie' gbviernCrV .'vetOi Judge I J'aftj would' kill the most'promtsing en- Oieyer)( Santa Fe, telegraphed- to I texprlsei V- If We'have t heart tbe prbs oitizieqs of h& Yegas to go to Santa I Perit7 f the people, we most get rid Fe at eoee'and look after' their mem - ber iascnal.Baca, who had been oornered by Erkias.- A nasty midnight drive' WffS'taadetb Santa Fe, and Baca was confronted by a number of bis in- dignant constituents, to whom he ' con- j fesssa that iuitins had bougnt his vote, I ifv ki JhMwrnrl nn-rhn fnllnorinir rtae. the Urioo.beiDr . lho'. canoening of 1 mortgage off 780 on Baca's property, Elk in at bearing of Baca's 'confession, got Out of bed and rushed over to one ?f tbegM delegation, exclaim. mga "My tiod, JJicK, what are you idoTng here f Don't you know that if JiidgaPalen, U removed from .this distfict, it will rum meP For God's sakej, kaapyouE hands off!". ; - 1 li(!lr, refused to countenance the steal,' and the matter want over to the nextj day? At the hour for tbe gather ing CI .the ; assembly, .the town was wild with'excltement.' 1 he. streets wore filled" with 'people from all parts of the Territory; and two companies of i United - States - troops, under command ol (jeneral (iordon Uransrer, surroundei hs legislative bail, having Deed called out by the sheriff, who was afraid that be would not . be able to keep tbe people from assassinating Catron, Klkins, Palen and Breeden on the spot. The outlook was so threat ening tnatiElkina. was afraid to let the matter crfme t A"(ote,Viand instructed I a tool speaker of his to adjourn the bone be'ore Am as present. Thejspeaker did so, and wandered off outside JJifltown.-. threatening to kill whoever pursued bim. . The sheriff swore in old Jesus Baca, k Mexican wpwauon -ot- oeing a ,killer4'Vas a dewutv and instructed him toHrTfbe! tb speaker 4aek Ife tnttrui tha anno trap nnrf tobinrv Iiityi hm the ear. led him to the chamber. In tjie corTfusion.lt wa found impossible y for final adjournment bad ar i n .... ... - rivea. rstnrn the bodv onn d hn re. avaj tuuv netv BUIU fcV IVilV TV UIO unuo- r'S" " " to-uay GET RID OP CATRON. A Word to Those who Have at Heart the Prpi?ierit;j' of Tew Mexico. To te Editor of the Optie. SInta F, N. M.Octobei 28, 1896- In ybur issue of Thursday evening, Ootojber 22nd., I find- ihe -following paraprapb : Cabaicre, thousands of acres of it. is grW'ng; wild all over Ban Juan; There are big inducements presented here for the es tablishment of a canaigre extracting plant ; ana a tannery. .. Where does the inducement come in irienty of hard-headed money-makers are filling enough to invest in paying however, are nsuallv no fools. ar?d are. natnrallv. afraid that their profits, and even their treasury, would bfaasaessed to the last cent to coonter- k. r.... it. . . i . . t n.. nouvD tun waJLira lu.niicBia uy uaiLiru while he and his gang any influence in New Mexioo, It When they put a man in jail, he cannot follow his natural inclinations. He cannot eat what he wants to he is limited to a very frugal diet. Is it not equal ly true of a dyspeptic ? For all of the real enjoyment he gets' out of life, he might as well be in jail. He can not eat what he likes, nor eunuch. He suffers much. ets .lfttle. sympathy. At Jjrst, perhaps a little heavi ness in the stomach, a little sourness, windv belchinea. it t j 1 . !.. A r tt .1 v. 1 aticT ijilicmsness ad a -fotil l .. - m Ainu. umiAUia H.r uioiutuuGM fc taste in the mouth in the --. fePaiorniiuj. hrpnic consti- I - ligation ut alhiat inevitable, and inean9 that the body is holdim? coisonous, impure tatteta( firTtilde-jMltpi nd of. Th poison Ts bcirirealisriTbed ititp the blood- ana tne wnoie oouy. irnpui ny r iuc uiwuu iay.ltfaa.to almost any qisease, .onsiipa fc.flie staVt ot! tt U. I TL Pierce's Fleasant' Pellets cure constipation, cure it so it stays cured. No other remedy in the world wiii 4 that Qf drugfistt, Tlie: Maxqell ;Landni bituated In New Mexico andL'Colorado, :..rr On tfii-Atehison, Topekft fr-Santa Fev and- ': . ; j j Unlojn .Pacific, Denver & Gulf Railways. m 1 wwwajw vm SF aM MMMM A U .. Inz-llndSrrlatlon Systems: a in irarj 0i 2ft.acres ancttotjOurds, with perpetual water rizhts, UjjvP W .iJ. , of ..v..OT. 11,1,1, vjLiurr ana .. . . . .- A. I I ; ' " a'l'TVaferefrr)d With KOOd Shelter. lnterBDBrged nrlfh for raising grat-mand fruits, in t-tu&c i-asiures for Lease. u. .uuK i.eruis oi:years, railroads. ' - . (eno 1 f . . . Districts ol KlaaiNitStm'- QoW 0P-ted tor 2S ye.rs, and newlcd discoveri.'s We?, mad. in mt, in ,h. X"Vv df Itltenewcampaof HEMATITH .nrf uahuv utnvn ,ne v,?'ny of A??L?ot.?l A "5 S 6? K'0J"" P- prospector, on Lrm. Vmuift ...v.Hv.. iuv-waiVOU'nMLHi UOTBrnmRnB .liwa anrl Mann ar nn. M .everyorning, ulo,c cumps. Title Perfect, .founded Ass I I n derisions of th IT c'q"" : . . . - . .wwu" ' . 1 ' ' " r '. '.. '..f ,..,.r" , fK?.'f!ul?rsJanid,Pa,nPhets Fply to THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT COM ' VRalbhs'New 'Mexico. is hopeless to ezpeot any revival in trade or business of any kind, which would, Without doubt, accompany tbe influx of oapital. ..Ids a hideous monstrosity that the pro jects of our superlb Territory, which Tnltjht bet as broduotive and nrn a.-t-i- . : ... r-- uiaois as it rs lovely and fertile, sbtmld De Diignied ' id the1 ' deadlv Unas-tree I abade of one7 man's offensive repots- I tion ' Wherever'" he is heard of In commercial circles, his name stinks. 4luatrbn." ' G.'C. S. TO CURB A COLD IN ONB DAV ' f ak Laxative Bromo Quinine - Tablets. An druggists refund the monav if ltixfalls to cure. iiSq. i',. . f . 't . k ' The prospect for beera rich in suar V goor n Eddy county..' An analysis of beets grown on the Hagermun Heights shows a percentage ot 19,85 " i . . , - t None Bat Ajrsr's at the World's Pair 'AVer's Sarsapanlla enjoys the ex traordlnary distlnctidh of tavlng been the only blood purifier allowed an ex hibits at the World's fair, Cbioaeo. Manufacturers of other Sarsaparlllas sought by every means to ootain a snowing of their goods, but they were all turned away under the .application ofjthe rule fojbidding,ithe. entry of patent medicines and nostrums. .The decision of .the World's fair authorities in favor t Ayer's.Sarsaparilla was in effect as follows :, "Ayer'a Sarsapanlla ta not a patent, medicine. . It does-not belong, to tbe list oi nostrums. It is here on Its rnfirits .". .,7,, . . ! 1 t Ta the Public... Wa wish to state to the .food nennla of Las Vegas and vicinity, that tbe means to build tbe Sanitarium have been provided for, but we are without means to furnish the buUdiog. We have 'concluded, there fore, to hold a 4ajsi during Thanksgiving week, to raise funds witjh. which to furnish tba building;. We are dependent ' on the generosity of the public o accomplish this purpose: ana aesire to-state that we do not expect tablet the necessary amount by targe donations, but by the mite from the many. . Hence, we hope that none will re fuse to assist us.i This is a public institu tion: br which all-will be benefited, and in which all should feel an interest. -in cnariceDr s 1 Sanitarium.1 sr. SOMB SPECIAL RATES. Farmers' National Conarens. Indiannnn. lis, Indiana, November 10th-16tb, 1896. Fare, one and one-third fare for round trip, certificate plan. Pan-American Medical Conarress. Mexi co City. Mexioo, November 16th to 19th, xbw. f oraoove occasion tne A., i, S 8. F. Railroad will sell round-trin. excursion I tickets "tVate of I Dates -of tele, I c one rare ror round trip. November 7th and lOtb. ill sell " r - " round criD tickets to Pueblo, at Xlfi.70! to fVI.Hiln Rn-lnit. CM tt RA . . TV $-23.15. Tiokets limited to one day in each airection with nnai limit lor return, Ho vember 16th, 1896. , 0. F. Jones Agent : -Mexican Central Railway. From the sea to tbe clouds. Passlne mod' ero cities and ancient monuments, Stan dard guana iq everythiqgTmanagement, ideas and treatment oft patrons,' Tbe only ! j .1 r 1 1- . . T il , iiiiu iu ius xvepuuiic rouoing ruiirasD pai' ace buffet sleeping: cars between the cao Hal and potuts in tba United States, Cheap rates ana prompt service, jpor full partio ulars call on or address tl Z"' ' Cdhi'l Agent Bl Paw.-Texas." r Rpbt. L. M.Ross, Real Estate AND INSURANCE AGENT. rtte 10 Si'ls Times, , Lota from J100 n. SOLI! "AGENT bf 'the fiill-sit- Town Co. addition, and the Eldo rado Town Co. lower addition. Residences, Business Properties, L,oan8,Mor;tgao;es and securities. Desirable Aore Properties: Fax mi nnder Irrigation Ditches. Offloe on 20 FIQ0R TAslllE OPERA HOUSE. L Ul VE0S C K A ItHirj & H O J Livery Feed and Sale STABLE, Pola Avenue, ?)at La$ Vegns, On VJIUHM o annual payments, with 7 per, cent r runs grow to perfection. sice of tracts to suit purchaser. , flae ranches suitable -: "i Urn. ( .1-111 cv 1 or unfenced; 'shinning- facilities over t.n 4 , except Sundays, from Sprier for : . , , . . itfkfl KfafaD T ? I "- - fj miCtAl DIRECTORY. FEDERAL, - Thomas B. Cation, W. T. Thornton... Lorlon Miller Ttios. Smith , ..Delegate to Congress ....Governor Secretary Chief Justice N. O. Collier, H B. Hamilton N. B.LauKlilln, .Associates Feltx Martines. . .Olerk 1th .inrfirUl rn.frit Ubarles V. Kasley Surveyor-General Charles M. shannon United states Collector U.S. District Attorney gdwardL. HaU..... . u. 8. Marshal W. H. Loomls Deputy U. 8. Marshal J. w. 1 ismrng .. v, b. coal Mine Inspect): James H. Walker, Banta re, Ken. Land offlci Pedro Delgado.Sauta Fe. . . .Bee. Land Offlca luuiiis. uiau, L4tjruces,aefej,. Lana ornce Jas. P. Ascarate.LasOruces.Keo. LandOfflna Klchard Young.Boswell ..Reg.Ind Office . . woniui., RuBwoH.,,n.'. Lana untce John C. Black, Clayton Reg. LandOfflce Joseph 8. Holland, Clayton,Kect Land Office 1 XtiHltiXOBLAL.: J. P. Victory , Solicitor-General J. H. Orlst, Diet. Attorney Banta re R. L. Young .- t ' La, yrnces Tbos. J. Wilkenon j ... v.. .Albuquerque A. H.Harlle Silver (Jltv H. u. Dougherty . Socorro Geo. McOormlrc A. A. Jones John Franrlln Jose 8eura. ...... W. H. Wyllys X. B. Bergmann.. Geo. W. Knaebel. uaton LaaVesAs 1. hoswell -. .-...Librarian Olerk Supreme Court ...oupt. Penitentiary Aulatant OinaMl Hiunnel Bldodt.. treasurer waiuouuu vxKiiim AUultOr Amado Chavea. . . . ,.8upt. Public Instruction M. 0. Hart. ,.....,.. .....coal oil Inspector r 0IRECTORS OF TrjE INSANE ASYLUM. . E. v.Long President Lorenjo Lopes . . . , Vice-President n . ""Bnsioin.i......uec'y and Trees. oduiruu Auiueru Frant 8. (Jrosson.... r. J. Marron ..Medical Superintendent Geo. W. Ward.. ,,. .steward - OO0BT OF PRIVATE LAHD OLiXKS. Assooi T jostioks Wilbur K. Stone, of Colorado; Thomas 0. Fuller, of North Carolina; William M. Murray, of Tenses. ww uqui w oiuaa, ut luiuiHa Matthew Q. Reynolds, of Missouri. U. 8 Attorney. i ; OATTT. BiNTTABT BOAHB:" ' jf.8'.rsdiKrfe J.FHlnkl fifth dUtrlct.LoUer' Penwco J.A.lauue. secretary, Las Vegas " . , ..OUUoII, F. O. de Baca . . Gregorlo Flore Dlonlclo Martlnai j County Commissioners r .r - .........rroDace Clerk fc?ej Montano .Assessor tiuanq nomero , Hheritr Carlos Gabaldon.......; "." collector Adelaldo Gonsales.. .School Superintendent if m iZZZ " Treasurer F. M. Jones Burvevnr Jesus ito. Pradeu.-j w-.i.CoroneJ LAB VE GAB PEE0IB0T8.1 8lnn Aragon. . J ustlca of tba Peace, so. t D. C. deBaca . " . ..im H.8. Wooeter " ' " i OITT OF FA8I LAS VE8A8. r. E. Olney . ......Mayor 1... Marshal .Treasurer 1. . uiav. . C. K. Perry ., J, B. Moore ..Kecorder ...Attorney .Physician b. v.Long. Dr. M. W. Bahhlna . O. Holllngsworth. .., j. &. martin , B. 1 . rorsythSw... ' W.H.Barber.,... . E. L. Hamblln ' '. 8. T 'Kline L. H Hofmelster ... A. I. Rogers ............ Aldermen .. ' B0A4P Of . BDVOATIOK J. a. carruth.,..., 0(V. Hedgcoci. (nii President ...,. Vice-President 0. K. Perir'.V.Vi i'.'.V.'.l' secretary . . . . . . . . . .Treas uror uuiibbhs i!'irst ward, Alfred B. 8mlth, Geo. V. Eeed; second ward, t, rj. Fort, W. o. mui.ean; iniraward,. Edward Henry, J a., ir. nuiium, luuim waxa, U. V. Hedg cock.J.A. Oarruth.:, u i a . t 1,.;, , ' HEW MEXICO BOABD OF HEALTH . w.k. Tipton, M. D. .President.. ..Las Vegas . "r , w. u, , t -r 1 wo, . .Aiuuquerque J.H. Sloan, M. t. Trees Santa Fe fm' ?,gB,ert' Santa Fi J. J. Shuler, M. D. Raton J. ar.UunninKtixn. m. r 1. Las Vegas Soma Ready Information. S The following statistical: information should be cut out and pasted on your of fice desk for future and 'frequent refer ence) j DISTANCES FROM LAS VF.OAS. Miles! Miles ,....80 720 ....770 ."...7S ...1,083 ..1,475 ..2.0HH ,. 3.0H7 . 2,187 -.2 419 696 .. 612 . 1 612 Raton lio Springer...... ...70 "ueblo...... ... Topetta..m.. wagon siouna 45 'tonison , Kansas City.... Watrous ..20 Saa Miguel.. Glorleta ..39 St.'Iouls:...'.. . Ohlcaxo Lamy . .65 Washington.... Santa Fe Cerrlllos Philadelphia .. New York...... Rnston , Albuquerque I.os Lunag... 183 ..i..l52 ...log Tucson .....jj, Chihuahua ".., City of Mexico.. I.os Angeles ..." lan Diego Sun Francisco.. Hooorro. .''.. San Marclal. 286 S3 891); Las unices .. El Paso ...... Dentins . . ..1,088 ..1,096 . l,S4fi Silver Olty . Trinidad ... ..411 . m uuaymas vim ,..e ,160 708 V. HotSnrlnira La Junta ... .. WlilteOaks. direct Denver Galveston, direct. i. ; ! ! f s f j- ! ALTrrtji)ab AttibesfPLAcms. Mori 7048 'liver Olty 60JJ Spark's Ranch. 8672 Chicago 69S Kansas City ....... 766 Raton Tuunel Ki Hot Sd'ks Park.. 8767 8prlnKer..: 6839 Watrous -..6M Las Vegas em Sunta Fe ,...7013 Albuquerque SOOf) Socorro 4fls PI Paso ...882 Glorleta 7433 Continental -D. ----- vide on A.4P .7256 Flasrstall ,k.....V. .6866 Lead vine 10061 Needles 477 Denver 6209Salt Lake City Montezuma Center St. East Las Vegas. CHARLES WRIGlff, Prop'r. "feest Twenty-five Cent Meals in Town.: Table supplied with everything tha mar ket affords. Patronaga solicited. 1 ' ' (Baooeosor to Coon Bros.) WnOLKSALB AMD BITAJL DKALIB I UEDWiB..I01BEl!, SiSff. ..ifaims, Oil 'Cerrillos. .Hard !' ,.?1SX!EQAS' .. IfKIiKPHOIfB Ho. BO-OoodaaeUvered uexico; BUILDING'';' MATERIALS CF v I SASH, DOORS, Few nir . i Special Prices to Cofctators . anil . Builders In Lumber Shingles, etc. Estimates cheerfully furnished to .!'..(,'.' , .,, (.;, contractors. - '. . -( , . Offloe and liill Corner Seventh and Jackson BtreeteEast Las Vegas. . ' . TKLEPBONE 68. ,! .... ,-, . t . - ;..:.- m - . BATHBUN SHOE CO - ., ' I 't tT V t, ..'I ,- ! ... ' .. . 1 . ,.. Corner Blxth.Street and Douglas Avenue, . , , -. CHRIS SELLM AN, Proprietor.1 , Cnoicest brands -of imported and domestic wines. iintnM 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 Stc. Land Scrip of all Kinds, Territorial and Contity Warrants. Gen era! Land Office Business. ( United States -- 1 LA.S .VEGAS, J. H. TEITLEBATJM. TEITLEBAUM '109 Sixth Street, Opposite The Cash L 1 ... .- UKTT1NG IT DOWN FINK. -. - Whibki. - Fan sai. Sour Mash Bourbon. ...... 2 00 . " " . " 2.25 " " ...... .'.......'.....: 2.50 Samples oitlt 5c, -Pts,15c,Pts.25o Qts.50c Finer Whiskies, pes oat.. White House Club 13 00 U. 8. Club . 8 28 "Carlisle", Bole Agent .. 8 50 .Samples JOc, Half Pto. 25c, Pts. 50c, Qts. 81. Finest Whiskies. . pbr oai,, John Honnlng .... 84 00 Belle of Anderson ...... i.1. ... ., 4.25 Gucfcenheimen.i..-. 5.50 McBrayer, Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone SAMPLES, ONLY lOo. '- Half-pints 35c, Pints 65c, Quarts, S1.25. Milwaukee - ; Keg Beer.g - 5c per glass. 50o 'per gallon. Bottled Beer, - tOo. lSc, 20o, ,&'26c Per bottle. J ; Sole Agent" ' for" "' "J j m Carlisle" Whiakyj :' 83.60 per gallon. ' ' : ' California and Native Wines from B5o per Bottle, and $1 per Gallon, np; '.'jfcrfcear entrance rrjm Lincoln Ave., between Optte Office and Bosentnal Bros, 'i'-'' - K 8. "Press tba Button. We'll do the rest." O. S. ROGERS, 'radical Horse-Shoer, j . '.4,t Vr.'l'l j : -r. I .,.-,(.-. . .- i LAS VEGAS, N. M. ' Rot. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, treat and ot . brldge. Special attention eiven to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith- ing and woodwork. All work promptly uone and , ; satisfaction euaranteed.i. ; 4 t JOHN. R. STILL, Contractor and Builder. Offlea n-rt d.wrWea u. Tn Optio, ' Rnliaina-. MILLS & KOOGLER, , Buccessors to T. B. MILLB,, Established in 1878. Real Estate, Mining Represent theRoyal Exchange Assurance Company, of London, England j Assets ' .... ! f,i,,,: $23,000,000. County ahj school bonds bought and sold. Best facilities for placing snch 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 8t...Ls Vegaa, N. M , ' . &GUA PUR A COMPANY WHOLESALE DEAXCH IN PUr; ! MOUNTAIN ICE Tdle. M Iterate in Las Tecas Hot Sprinns "Csuqb. ' afLn -n.-v3.sul Capacity 50,000 Tcno Our Ice is pure, firm and clear, to our many Office: 620 Douglas Ave.. East LasVegas, N.fwl . DOOSS, BL11S, JiBISKS and Glass, .. ( andoft Coal - KEW-MEXICO free tn olty. ' TYI , Hurin nanmg mm ail kinds and styles SCREEN, ETC.' Bridge Street, UsMas, N.: M. Sample and Club Rooms. , Titles Secured Under the ; , Land Lawn. , NEW MEXICO P. SAVILLE, MobJ . ipr, Cigar and Tobacco Co. & SAVILLE,' San Miguel Natlonat Bank. Cigars " Prom 81 per Iwttp Cbewlog aid ' ' Sraoking r Tobaccoa , , Prom 25o per lb. op Sole Agent tor "Railsplittee" Cigar;-- j 60 Btralght! 12.15 per fox i JOHN HILL COMBACTOt.MJnEBiB. 'tr v.. Manufacturer of Sash and Doors, Mouldings, " , ; , . croU Sawing, , ! Surfacing and Mafchmg Planlnij Mill and Office Corner ef Blanobard street and Grand avenue. RAST LAS VKOA KKW MRX Las Vegas or iiiii iu mini J. R. SMITH, Prop'r. Location: On the hot springs branch rall- way, East Las Vegas, New Mexioo. : BRAN, FLOUR, GRAIN AND FEED. Tonr Patronage Solicited- : Insurance Agts. and gives entire satisfaction ' patrons. v iiiii ''Il . ti 1