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Address all letters and teleuramsto TubOptio, JSaot Lai Vegas, Mew Mexico, Backboard Malls, Malls on the Star routes leave Las Vegas as follows : Las Vokus to Fort Sumner, laclodln Anton Chlco, Los Oolonals, Krlen, kjanta Rosa and Puerto de Luna, trl-weukly, on Monday, Weauesday and Friday, and ar rtve on alternate days of each week. Las Vegas to Fort HaBCom, Including Ohaoerlto. Galllnas Boi'lnrs. ui uuervo Bell Kanch, Liberty and Kndertrl-weekly on uonaay. weanesoay nna rnuay, u each week, and arrive on alternate days Las Vegan to Mora, including Los Alamos uapeuo, can iiriiacio aim uoc-mua, oti weekly, on Tuesc.ar. Toursdar and Hatur day, ot each week, and arrive 00 alternate oays, , t i ; . t . i Las Vegas to Lesperance, once a week on Snturdav. Conveyance on Fort Sumner line, Is by two-horse buckboard, on Fort Bascom and Mora Hues by single-horse buckboard. To Lesperance by private conveyance uauiny spring wagon. Sifter Medicinal value In a bottle of Hood's flar)a parlll than In any. other preparation. ! Mor skill is required, more ears token, more expense Incurred In Its manufacture, It costs the proprietor and the dealer More) out It costs the consumer Iu, as he f ets more doses for bis money. Mors) curative power Is seeured by Its peculiar combination, proportion and process, which make It peculiar to Itself, Mors) people are employed and more space oc cupied In Its Laboratory than any other. Mors wonderful cures effected and more tes timonials received than by any other, MorO sales and more Increase year by year que Citizen contends, how is It that be now rides on railroad passes P Tlie filonds of tlio A. It. U. strikers are. not tbHstwardcd by tbe railway com. tUBt bv More people ar taking Hood's Barsaparllut an any oilier, ana nn today than ever before, :lsu, uod' other, and more ar re. might k today than an ihkiiir uiuay MorO "' btii.i, mokr reasons given why you should take Sarsaparilla The On True Blood Purifier. (1 per bottle. wm j, ri i eura Ur His and J1UUU a fills Blck Headaco. KeauU. For Delegate to CoDgress, H. B. FERGUSSON, OI Albuquerque. NOMINATED BY THE DEMOCRATS. NOMINATED BY THE POPULISTS. ENDORSED BY THE SILVER REPUBLICANS, THK UNION TICKKT. For Sheriff, . HILARIO KOlIEaO. For Collector, CARLOS GABALDON. For Assessor, ADELAIDO GONZALES For Members Council, i' JAME3 S. DUNCAN. PLACIDO SANDOVAL. For Members House, FRANCISCO LUCERO, JOSE Y. LUJAN, MANUEL SANCHEZ. For County Commissioners, 1st Dist. CATARINO ROMERO, 2nd ' PETRONILO LUCERO, 3rd " HENRY G. COORS. For Probate Ju4ge, ANTONIO VARELA. For School Superintendent, MONICO TAFOYA." 'For Probate Clerk, PATRICIO GONZALES. For Treasurer, HENRY GOKE.V Fjr Coroner, AMADOR TJLIBARRI. For Surveyor, F. MEREDITH JONES. SATURDAY BVENINQi OCT. 81. IMaV THEY WHO WOULD BE FREE. No reform, moral or intellectual, ever came from tbe upper class of society. Each and all came from tbe protest of martyr and victim. The emancipation of the working people must be achieved by tbe working people themselves. Wendell Phillips. this rrmnv party. f Why the people of Utiacounty should and will vote the union ticket, on Toes. day, may be summed "up'-" in a li It atanrla fnr ctcrt ft-nvanVnoht b - 6' l has brought law and order, proteotlon to life and property, . where before armed desperadoes rode unmolested through our streets, assassinations were numerous, and no' man- -knew, on re tiring at night, that bis -bouse would not be burned over bis bead before morning, his stock be slaughtered, and his own life Imperiled. Under the government of tbe union party, these thing have not been. It is not a political party, but is com posed of tbe best elements ot all tbe parties. Better republicans than Ilila rio and Margarito Romero, Edward Henry, Dr. F. E. Olney, II. (J. Coors Charles II. Sporleder, B. F. Forsythe, George W. Ilartman, Judge II Wooater, and others too numerous to mention better republicans and better oitizens, cannot be found in New Mexi co or out of it. Among tbe democrats there is no discount on A. A. Jones, Judge E. V. Long, J. K. Martin, James S. Duncan, Felix Martinez, O. A. Lar razolo, J. M. Tafjya, Chris Seliman, Dr. Geo. T. tiouid, and Indeed the en tire democracy of the county, with hardly an exception. All the populists are for the union ticket, except a half dozen soreheads, who couldn't be hap py if they did not oppose all tbe rest of tbe world. A party thus composed of the best elements of all tbe parties, cannot be political, and can be bound together only by a desire for the best interests of the county. It is the party of economy. To save to the county $45,009 'n 006 Jminis- tration, is a record muoh to be proud of, and It is one wblob the people will not be likely soon to forget. This i what tbe union party has done,' as tbe records plainly show. For these reasons, the people of San Miguel county are much pleased with tbia party of good government, and in tend to continue it in power. DEMONETIZATION JUST THAT. If tbe government contracted a debt, with a certain amount of money in circu lation, and then contracted tbe money volume, before the debt was paid, it is the most heinous crime that a government could oommit against the people. Abra ham Lincoln. Catron's goose is cooked and be not supposed to be foolish enough spend any more "filthy lucre" in hopeless campaign. . Thk Albuquerque Citizen, which pa per has been claiming everything for the gold-bug republicans, down that way; now admits that the city of Albu querque and the town of Gallup will go against Catron at Tuesday's election. Saying a good deal, that is, for a pa per of such extravagant- political fore casts as are characteristic of the Citi zen. ' :' .s ' . The popocrats have an excellent lying committee In this cltyt Albuquerque Citi zen. ' ' ' But they aren't a circumstance to the republican campaign sheet in this city wbioh audaoiously and lyingly says that "precinct No. 29 will roll up a handsome majority for the ticket headed by T. B. Catron." NothiDg could be farther from tbe truth than this statement and no man knew it any better than the offioe-seeker who pen ned it. The Albuquerque Citizen prints the court records in the case of the A. R. U. strikers, whom it bad charged Mr. Fergusscn received $2,500 , for . perse cuting; and' this record is printed un der great, Airing headlines, claimi ng it to establish Mr. Fergusson's guilt. Yet no man of intelligence can find in it one single thing to substantiate the charge of the Citizen, or to oontradiot tbe statement of Mr.1 Fergusson. The record merely shows that Mr. Fergus son, appeared for the government in two cases, at Albuquerque. What he did in those cases was to sign certain legal documents, which as the repre sentative of the government he was instructed to do, and for which he neither received nor requested payment. So that tbe whole fabric, of lies, in which the Citizen makes an appeal to railroad men, absolutely falls to the ground. Fob the second tiuie, Henry Goke has been selected by the dominant party of the county, as their candidate tor treasurer. Nomination, in this case is equivalent to election, and it is well for the county that it is so. Mr. Goke is the president of two banks, the Raton National and the Li Vegas Savings, aod is reputed id' be the wealthiest man in San Miguel county. Yet be came to this county, years ago, a poor and unfriended boy, and his present prosperity is tne result of a laborious, frugal, honest and sagacious business career. He has not blunder ed on to bis wealth, as many have done he has not accumulated b 4 .miserly or parsimonious 8avings,,s.,U often tbe case; he, has not defrauded others for bis own gain, as too frequently1 has been the custom in America during recent years; but Mr..-Gpke's.success in life has been secured , by close at tention to. business,' by Sagacity m in. vestments, by honorable dealings with all. These' characteristics - have made him hosts of fnends, who "desire him for county treasurer and who will see that be obtains the. position for which be is so eminently fitted j ' . Two years ago, THiff Oitic had the pleasure of supporting J. S. Dunoan for the Territorial counoil, and tbe paper is glad that in the combination of political interests, it is able to do so agaihy There are . few; men' in New Mexico more worthy of the undivided support of the people than Mr." Dun. can. , A man of the people himself, e cannot be other 'than a friend - of the people. Sagacious in planning, hou'est in dealing, industrious in businessJby bis own efforts he has arisen to a con. dition of comfortable . competence. while no man can ' lay aught of im propriety at his door. He has been a large employer of labor, paying good wages with promptness and regularity. No man can say tbat Jim Duncan has grown rich, by grinding the face of the poor. He is, as he . always has been, the friend of tbe p6or man ; fand when, be takes his position in' the Ter ritorial council, of wbioh there is not a shadow of uncertainty, no one oan doubt that bis voice and bis vote will be for every measure cohduoive to tbe public good. . T. 13. Catuok should be calltd tbe great ei ioer. He has gotten out more injunctions and stopped more miners from developing their pros. peots, than have all the other men in tbe Territory. Ho has crippled and delayed more mining camps, and blighted the fond hopes of more miners, than be has months to bis age. Indeed, be bas been the scourge of the mining Industry of New Mexico. Of course, every tminer in the .Territory will remember this whon be comes to voire. A REPORTER LEARNED ABOUT A . CERTAIN MEDICINE, Several Persons Testify to the Good Results Following Its Use, and ; v Druggists Tell of Its Sale. .- u. li. teuaussoNxin bu able area. ment In the opera bouse here, referred to his opponent but once and then but incidentally and in' respeolful terms; T. B. Catron's ; speeches are largely made up of abuse of Mr. Fergusson. Here) - is the difference . between the . . two men and tbe causes which they represent. Mr. Fergusson, like W. J. Bryan, dis cusses the Issue before tbe people : T. B. Catron, like the rest of Mark Han- na's nireungs, whether in pulpit or press, or on tbe rostrum, having no ar gument to advance, makes the very air foul and fetid with ; his anathemas. Let the enraged bull paw up tbe earth; bis political days are cumbered in New Mexioo. - ' ' Electoral Votes. For purpose of comparisons bv its reaaers, ihb UPno bere gives tbe popular and elco'.oral vole during recent years. Politics has the call, these days, and perhaps some of our readers will be glad to see tbe follow ing! 1880. . Ponnlfir ElArtnrnl r, a mi. rnnj, VOSn. Garfield, Itep ..,4,449,06.1 Hancoct, Dem 4,4,ots Weaver, u'b'lc ,. sii7,no3 Dow, , fro 10,4ti7 - 1884. Cleveland, Dem 4,874.98 Klalne, Rep 4.851, n Butler, " ft'b'k 17S,870 St. John, Pro lW.aiii . - r 1888. Harrison; Reo a:... s.4ii soa Cleveland, Dem tfi.lt WO sireeier, uoor 147.MI Flsi, -. Pro 240 37 r . v .s 189a; - . Cleveland, Dem 6,556,(03 Harrison, Rep., 5.K.2.S74 Bid well, pr0 284 ,0t weaver, reo .1,050.424 Wins;, f , boc 22,614 VOTES lit TH KLXCTORAL COLUOr." vote. 214 155 219 28. Prom tht Journal, MinneapolU, Minn, Tier Is one proprietary medicine In use In this oity, the name of which has become ; a household word and that is the preparation i kaovn as " Pink PiUs for Tale People." Shakespeare said, "a rose by any other ; name would smell as sweet." That may be so, but pills by any other name would not have the same attraction nor popular sales that Pink Pills have in Spokane, Wash. A representative of the Minneapolis Jour nal started out the other day to investigate the 'merits of this' popular and widely-sold household 'medicine. The evidence was on ' every hand. ' Hamilton B. Merrill, a young money loaner of Spokane, Wash., was seen by the newspaper man. Mr. Merrill made no secret of his remarkable cur by these little ' pellets. -''-. "Do I know the efficacy of Pink Pills?" he reiterated. " I should rather think I do, they have been a blessing to me. I am not in the habit of praising propriftary medicine, but I most say that Pink Pills as fur as my cam goes hay a equal in the world. A little over a year ago I began ailing and com- ' menced to lose flesh rapidly. The doctor told me to stop smoking, this I did, but the result wtt even worse. . My heart beats de creased to lea than forty a minute. I was prescribed for by my doctor, but without re ceiving any benefit whatever. I continued daily te grow worse and my parents became alarmed over my condition. Some one sug gested Pink PiUs, I thought I would try them anyway. And I tell you that I cannot endorse them too highly, they worked like a charm in my case. My heart soon became normal again, my nesli increased and 1 lelt like a new man. To tell you the truth I am still taking them. I have a sort of fondness for them yet and I am loath to gi ve them up. " I know of a young lady living in this city, whose condition was even worse than mine, she took Pink Pills and is one of so ciety's gayext young ladies now. I wish I were at liberty to gi nly 1 re her name, as I am 233 M 877 145 21 . STATES. . Votes. Alabama..... - 11 Arkansas 8 , California.... ' e Colorado ..... 4 : Connecticut.. 8 , Delaware S Florida. 4 Georgia.1. 13 Idaho s Illinois 24 Indiana. 16 Iowa 13 Kansas..., .. id Kentucky..,.. ID Louisiana..... 8 Main......... Maryland 8 Masaachus'tl IS MichiKan..... 14 Minnesota.... S Mlsalaalppl... Missouri. I 17 Montana S 8TATIS. Nebraska . Nevadl. - N.IImpslilre New jersev .. new xora... N . Carolina. North Dakota Ohio Oregon .... Pennsylvania Kuoae isiana 8. Carolina... -outb Dakota Tennessee.... Texas II tall Vermont Virginia Washington . WestVimlnla Wisconsin.... Wyomlug Totat, Votes. 8 S 4 10 86 11 S 23 4 82 4 4 1 15 S 4 IS 4 e 12 447 them a hearty send off. I believe Pink Pills cannot be too highly recommended. They are gems, lnaeea." Mr. Merrill is a young man of twenty-two or twenty-three years of age and to-day is the pink of health. He has a splendid com plexion and would be the last person to be taken for one who had been so seriously ill only a few months ago. He is a splendid athlete besides and moves in the best circles of society here. Frank Ether, a fireman at No. 3 Station House, is a regular purchaser of Pink Pills. Mr. Kther was seen by the correspondent yesterday and asked whether the pills were doing him good. - He laughed. " Vo I look like a siek man ?" he answered, "No, the purchase are not made for me, but for m,y rather, Frank J. Ether, who is a farmer at Priest River, Idaho. He has been afflicted with rheumatism for years and has tried every remedy known to the medical profes sion, but all to no avail. Home months ago he began the use of Pink Pills and has im proved rapidly ever since. - He writes me - that he feels like a new man again. He is so mucn snacnea 10 tne inue puis, tnat very time he writes me, he mentions them and directs me to send him several packages more. I usually purchase two or three dol lars worth at a time. If I ever should be some debilitated in any way, I think I know what my remedy would be, judging from the mousy at Pink Pills in my lier's case." The drug verniers of this city are unnnl. moos in their recommendation of Pink Pills and say that their sales surpass any other like proprietary medicine in their stock. ' Q. O. saig told the correspondent that his ales were very large. " Pink Pills go like lightning. We sell more of them than we do of any other like proprietary medicine." E. E. Eilftwortu said Pink Pill have a steady salo. " We. handle lots of them and tlicy seem to please the purahasers very much. " J. G. Slaydrn, of the Spokane Drug Co., told a similar story, "Piuk Pills sell well. We have one customer that I know of that never bnys less than six boxes at a time." Mr. Fddend F. Gregory, of the firm of Pelton A Gregory, says, " Pink Pills have a big sale and they seem to give entire satis faction to the buyers. I know of several cases myself where they have worked won ders." Mr. Charles F. Krum, of the firm of Krura & Braley, says, " Wa handle lots and lots of Pink Pills, some hew or other the people seem to take to them, I have no doubt but that they gi ve satisfaction. " W. H. Stowell, of the Stowell Drug Co., says, " Pink Pills have a big run here. A fur as I can learn ther are meeting with spienuiu success." E. M. Smith, of the Avenue Drug Co., says, " We sell a large q uantity of Pin k Pills. There is scarcely a day that some one is not here after them and we hear many good things in their behalf." Watson Mesrill, of the Howard Rtrw Drr Store, says, " We have a large trade for Pink Pills. 1 know of one man in particular, who Ijjis been suffering from anemia, who has been greatly benefited by the use of this medicine." i E. M. Shaw, druggist, says, " My business in Pink Pills is large. I believe that there is a larger demand for Pink Pills than tor any other medicine of that class. We have regular customers who coiue here daily after these pills." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Peonle are an uniauing remeay ror an niseases aris ing from a poor and watery condition of the blood, such as pale and sallow complexion, general muscular weakness, loss of appetite, depression of spirits, lack of njUibitiou, anae mia, chlorosis or green sickness, palpitation of the heart, shortness of breath on slight exertion, coldness of hands or feet, swelling of the feet and limbs, pain in the back, nervous headache, dizziness, loss of memory, feebleness of will, ringing in the ears, early decay, all forms of female weakness, leucor-rhix-a, tardy or irregular periods, suppression of menses, hysteria, paralysis, locomotor ataxia, rheumatism, sciutica, all diseases resulting from vitiated humors in the blood, causing scrofula, swelled glands, fever sores, rickets, hip-joint disease, hunchback, ac quired deformities, decayed bones, chronio erysipelas, catarrh, consumption of the bow els and lungs, and also for invigorating the blood and system when broken down by overwork, worry, diseases, excesses and indiscretions of living, recovery from acuta diseases, such as fevers, etc., loss of vital powers, spermatorrhoea, early decay, prema ture old age. These pill are not a purga tive medicine. They contain nothing that could injure the most delicate system. They act directly on the blood, supplying to the blood its life-giving qualities fay assisting it to absorb oxygen, that great supporter of all organic life. In this way the blood, becom ing "built up" and being supplied with its' lacking constituents, becomes rich and red, nourishes the various organs, stimulating them to activity in the performance of their functions, and thus to eliminate disease from the system. These pills are manufactured by the Dr. Williams' Medicine Comrianv. Hchenen. inuy, . i ., ana are sola in Dozes bearing the firm's trade mark and wrapper, at 60 cent a box or aix boxea for a-2.5. and are never 10M in bulk... Tb7 ny l. 4 all druggists or direct by mail from Dr. Williams' Medicine Company. The price at which these pills are sold makes a eours of treatment inexpensive a compared with other remedies. "Wsij MW."a, Safts msj jMJttn Vuixi Va' Cii ucXii SjhnjPt (Buccosuor to Coors Bros.) WUOI.KSAM SKD tULTAll DBAL1B ir HiBDffiBE, LMBEB, SiSH, DOORS, BIM, FAMISHES Paints, Oil and Glaau, Gerrillos Hard and Soft Coal EAST LAS VEGAS, S . NEW MEXICO TEIJIPHOIJE1 Ho. 60 Good delivered tree In city, New Mexico Planing Mill BUILDING MATERIALS OF AIL KfKTS AND STYLES 5 ASH, DOORS, SCREEN. ETC. Spwal Piices to ContrEctors 'aid deii'deis In Lumber Shir k les, etc. Estimates cheerfully furnibhed to contractors. Offlo and Mill Corner Bevenlb and Jackson Btreetg. East Las Vetas. TELEPHONE 63. f ri. - '-X BATil SHOE CO Bridge Street, Las Vegas, W. M Sample and Club Rooms. Corner Blxth.Street m:d Douglas Avenue, CHRIS SELLMAN, Proprietor. Cnoicest brands of imported and domestic wines, liquors an always in stock. Polite and attentive mixologists in attendance ..ig.il. liic ;nuuilrigcui gCUUCUlCU bOilClieCl. and dears day and General Broker. Improved Ranches, Native Cattle, Imnroved Land Grants, Cattle, Cattle Ranges, Horses and Sheep, Real Estate, Etc. Land Scrip of all Kinds, Territorial and County Warrants. era! Land Uliice Unsiness. Titles Secured Under the i United States Land Laws. Gen LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO H. TEITLEBATJM. P. SAV1LLE, Mgb3 The Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco, Co, I c.1 1 LtitJAUlVI &. SAVILLE, 109 Sixth Street, Opposite San Miguel National Bank. 1 OHITTIKG IT DOWN FINE. Necessary to a cboioe, 224. Non But Aycr's at tb World's Fair AVer's barsapamia enjoys tbe ex traordinary'disiinction of having been tbe only blood partner allowed an ex hibit at , the World's fair, Chicago. Manufacturers of otber Sarsapaullas sought by every means to obtain a showing ot their goods, but they were all turned away under the application of-th rule. forbidding the entry ol patent medicines and nostrums. The decision of the World's fair authorities In favdr 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 hnrs nn Itn marita : :,'. '- ' Deputy ' Postmaster Barney Spears left Santa Fe for Denver, in response to a telegram announcing the death ot his older brother. TherMaxweU Land Grant Situated in New Mexico and Colorado, On the Atchison, Topeka & Santa'Fe, and . -. ;. . r; Union Pacific, Denver .& Gulf Railways. acres of Land For Sale! Farming Lands Under Irrigation Systems: In tracts of 20 acres and upwards, with perpetual water rights, cheap, 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, sol table ,TO CURB A COLD IN ONB DAY Talc Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund tbs money if it falls to oure. 25o. - tf Well watered and with good shelter, Interspersed with floe ranches - 'or raising grains and fruits, in size of traots to suit purchaser Large Pastures'For Lease, . ... For long terms of years, teno'1 railroads. or nnfenced; 'shipping facilities over two Louis Bishop, brother of Baxter Bishop, arrived in Silver City from Richmond, Va., a few days ago, and within a short time will assume tbe management of tbe postofiice store, during the contemplated absence of Baxter in tbe northwest. who does not know women and young girls who are continually in tears? ,Who always see the (lark: side? Who have freauent fit9 of melancholy with out any apparent cause? Till intfHi. gent 'physician will know tnat it is some derangement of the 1 , 1 . vuiupucuLcu ana uct Icate feminine organs! -The young girl suf. fera, bodily and mentally, in silence. There is undue weariness, unexpected pain, un reasonable tears and fits of temper. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription exerts a wonderful power over woman's delicate organism. It is an invigorating tonic and is specific for the peculiar weaknesses, ir regularities and painful derangements of woman. - Careless, easy-going doctors frequently treat their women patients for biliousness, nervousness, dyspepsia, liver or kidney troubles, when the real sickness is in the organs distinctly feminine, and no help can come till they are made perfectly strong by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. On this Grant, nrar its wpstern boundary, are situated the'famous Gold Minlncr Districts of ELIZABETHTOWN and BALDY. where mines have been successfully operated for 2S years, and new, rich discoveries were made in 1895, in the vicinity of tbe new camps of HEMATITE and HARKY BLUFF, as rich as any camp In Colo rado, but with lots of as yet unlocated ground opn to prospectors on terms similar to, aod as favorable as, tbe United States Government Laws and Regulations. Stage leaves every morning, 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. Raton, New Mexico. TURN DOWN CATRON. Ir T. B. Catron was such friend to the A. R. U. strikers as the Albuquer- OATAERi&IK! LOCAL DISEASE . tiAJden climatic changes. For your Protection we positively state that this rmely does nut' contain mercury or any other injur ious drng. , Ely's Cream Balm la acknowledged to be the most thorough core for Nasal Catarrh, Cold In Head and Hay Fever of all . remedie. It opens and cleanses the nasal passages. ftnaTS pain ana lnnammation, neais ine sores, pro tect the membrane from colds, restores the senses .1 n iMa-ui. i 1 .1 uwH.nuHiu;ir, , inuw,ptruEKiurui null, w j .KtT BKOTHSU3, M Warren Street, Nw York, Editorial in Denver News. Tbe people of New Mexico owe it to themselves, and to the reputation of their Territory, to defeat Tom Catron as delegate to congress. One term of his services ought to be quite sufficient. During the single session in which he sat in congress he brought a wealth of odium on himself and on tbe name of New Mexioo from which it will not re 00 per for years. To a great national body, he brought tbe small tricks of a Territorial legislature, and the natural result was that he soon made for himself a reputation anything but en viable. One of his tricks was an attempt to introduce political legislation into an appropriation bill, and secure a change in the manner of organizing the Terri torial legislature of New Mexico. He did succeed in sneaking it through the house.and with the aid of his old partner and oo-laborer, Senator Eikins, antici pated blear sailing in the senate. But Senator Hill exposed the job, and Mr Catron's scheme of controlling the New Mexioo legislature by means of an act of congress, came to grief. Another of air, vatron s legislative attempts was to validate fraudulent bonds to the amount of $522,000 and force their payment from Grant and Santa Fe counties. These bonds are so evidently fraudulent that they can not be collected in the courts and Mr. Catron, in the interests of bis clients, and in total disregard of tbe welfare and wishes of the tax-payers of the counties named, attempted to legalize them by an act of congress. He failed again in deceiving congress, but he did demonstrate that he was in congress merely to look after his personal in terests, and without regard to the ir. terests of the people he represented. This reoord is now before the people of New Mexico and added to his sub. servient support of McKinley and the gold standard platform practically certain to accomplish his defeat. Tbe silver men and tax payers and all the better political element of tbe Territory are arrayed against bim and with so excellent and able a candidate as Hon. H. B. Fergusson, of Albuquerque, here is every reason to believe tbat Catron will be turned down by tbe people be has to glaringly misrepresented. Milwaukee Keg Beer, 3 00 per glass. '' 50c per gallon. Bottled Beer, 10c, ISc, 20c, & Per bottle. . Sole Agent v ' for : ; "CAItUSLE" Whisky, $3.60 per gallon. 28 Whiskies. Bonr Masb Bourboa PER GAL. I sw.go - " " I'm Samples only 5c, Ji-Pts.l5c,Pts.5o Qts.SOe JFinkr Whiskies. pub gal. White House Club s 00 U. 8. Club ,t S 25 "Carlisle", Bole Agent. 8 50 Samples ICo, Half Pts. 25c, Pts. 50c, Qts. $1. .."' Finest Whiskies. per gal. I joun nsnning,..., $4.00 Belle of Anderson 4.U5 Guckenhoimer '. 5.50 MeBrayer, Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone SAMPLES, ONLY lOo. Half-pints 85c, Pints 65c, Quarts, $1.25. 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