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THE DAILY OPTIC.
R. A. KISTLHK, Editor and Proprietor. Kntered at the Kaat at Venal. N. M., tbe postolttca fur transmission mum at second-class matter inrougu OlfriOIAI, KAFKBOFTHl OITT, Special Notice. Lai Vkoas Dailt optio Delivered ny mall, post-paid, nn.no per annum; $6.00 for li months ; f 3.60 for three months, U; car rier, lit cents per weoK. Las Vkoas VVkkklt Oki'io J8 columns, de livered by mall, post-paid, H.OO per an num, $1.00 for six months, 75 i for three months. Blnlu copies In wrappers, B conts. Sample copies ot both dally and weekly, mailed free when rtuslrcrt. Ulve postotUce ' address In full, lncludi.iir state. OoKKBSPONUBNOB Containing hkws, solici ted from ail parts of the country. Com munications addressed to the editor of Thb optio, to Insure attention, should be accompanied by the writer's full name and address, not for publication, but as a guaranty of good faith. RsMiTTAHOKS May be made by draft.money order, postal note, express or registered letter at our risk. Address all letters and telegrams to Thb Optio, Kast Las Vegas, New Mexico. Hnok(iuTd malls. Mulls on tba Star routes leare Las Yegas as follows: Las Vegas to Fort Bnmner, Includln Anton Chlco, Los Colonals, Kden. Hants Rosa and l'uerto de Luna, tii-weekly, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and ar rive on alternate days of eacb week. Las Vegas to Fort Dascom, Including Ohaperlto, GallluiiS Springs, El Cuervo, Bell Ranch, Liberty and Undee, trl-weekly, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, of eacb week, and arrive on alternate days. Las Vegas to Mora, Including Los Alamos, Bapello, San Ygnaclo and Roclada, tri weekly, on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day, of eacb week, and arrive on alternate days, ' Las Vegas to Lesperance, once a weox, on Saturday. . Conveyance on Fort Sumner line. Is by Iwo-borse buckboard, on Fort Bascom and llora lines by single-horse buckboard. To Lesperance by private conveyance usually spring wagon. THURSDAY EVENING, NOV. 5. 1896. . T. B. Catron has been buried deep in bis poll Joal grave. The true American will abide by the decision of the people without a mur mur. Lkt us see ; was tbere once upon a time a paper published in this city by the name of the Las Vegas Republican? All honor to Harvey B. in tbe manly fijht he has the glorious victory be has Fergusson ruada and just won. The Optic stands to-day where it has every day in tbe past two years, for statehood, protection and bi metal i sin. There is not a man in the Territory whom we cannot look squarely in the and say, we bare treated you fairly iu th's campaign. " The Optic has show u its iLilaence in matters political. If money had not been used most cutrageously in th precinct, the past five days, Fergusson would have had 400 majority. - The election of Harvey B. Fergus- son as delegate to congress is one the grandest acts the people of New Mexico ever did. It means that tb people have thrown off the boss rule and will send a young tnia to Wash ington who has bis life before him and who is ambitious to keep bis reputation clean and to serve the people of the Territory conscientiously and unself ishly. ' Thb day is past when men like T. B. Uatron may expect to hold tbe respeot of the people of the great Ter ritory of New Mexico. It was pos sible in tbe days of the "Santa Fe ring" but not now. We need younger, more honest and cleaoer men withal to fill the positions of trust and honor, and one of tbe greatest strides to the new order of things, was the election of Harvey B. Fergusson as delegate to congress, last Tuesday. PLAIN TALK. The Colorado Springs Gazette, some years ago, printed an editorial on the proposition made by a member of campaign committee to divide the fund raised, among tbe newspapers in place of the usual methods. The article said : "Tbere are a goad many reasons why tbis policy should not be pursued. Tbe papers that bave any Influence will earnestly work for tbe ticket any way. Tbey do not need and do not demand any pay. As these are the papers that will influence voters, any large amount ex pended on nowspapers would be thrown away." .Now, we will leave this to any un prejudiced reader if this is a fair as sertion to make. Newspapers are not printed for the fun of doing an im mense amount of unpaid for and un appreciated work; they are not printed simply to boost Tom, Dick or Harry into some coveted office where the pay atd emoluments are largely in excess of the soanty earnings of the publisher, neither are they printed simply to give vent to the personal political opinions of the editors and proprietor.!. Like every other business, that of publishing a newspaper requires, money, a fair equivalent for services rendered whether in politics or business, and every suc cessful newspaper of any standing in the country requires and receives a fair equivalent for its services in any capacity.' Patriotism and . the advo. cacy of what one thinks Is just and right in the world, is all very well, and, jn fact, is practiced more un selfishly by editors than any other class of workers in tbe world, but .there is not a candidate nominated by either party, who, in doing the hard, cease less campaign wotk necessary to his success, but who is actuated almost solely and entirely by motives utterly personal and selfish. Why, then, atk of any man tbat self abnegation which jou would never dream of practicing yourself ! rossibly another and more practical view, ncd one whloh thu man who sug gested that campaign money should go to newspapers instead of being ex pended in publio meetings, took, is that while tbe average publio political speaker (who is always paid for bis services) addresses, at the most, a few hundred bearers, a newspaper of any standing speaks to the quiet sense and judgment of many thousands, and tbe inlluence of what it says is felt through out whole communities and among all classes. There Is no business in the world in wbioh the proprietors give, and are ex pected to give, so much far nothing as that of the newspaper publisher. Col umn after oolumn is written, many hours of thought are devoted each day to tbe general good of others, and dur ing a oampaign a large portion of most valuable space, for which regular ad vertiser would pay well, is devoted to tbe patriotio (P) purpose ot boosting some individual into a coveted office under the color of principle. We say, and we say it cpeniy, tha', while having positive conviotions as to methods and parties, and while we will devote even an unreasonable amount of time and spaoe in express ing them, the man is a fool who -would assert that the payment of a pitiful sum by comparison for the great ser vices rendered is a bribe or in tbe na ture of a bribe. Those who aim at success in life pay f r it, and their money is generally applied to tbe agencies which ran best assist them in reaching it. These remarks, ot course, apply on ly to newspapors ot established reputa tion, circulation and influence, and not to tbe mushroom campaign sheets which are founded solely for campaign spoils and which cease to exist when the result is known. WHERE THE MONEY 18. We are gravely told tbat should M Bryan be declared elected this event will be followed by a locking up of mocev and a general panic. Ia bis speech at Bingham, last Friday night, Mr. Sam J Kenjoa showed by the re. ports of tbe treasury and comptroller departments tbat tbere was, on tbe 14. h of last August, locked up in the United States treasury and sub treasuries and backs, all the money in tho country, and that what was iu cir culation among the people was but $G 50 per capita, and tbat was in one form and another, only substitute money. For instance, the treasury notes and silver certificates merely rep resent silver dollars in the treasury the gold certificates merely represent gold coin or bars in tbe treasury, and against the greenbacks in circulation $ 100,000,000 in gold is piled op in tbe treasury to redoem them with, on ap plication. Now the question is, what will men lock up, and bow much ad vantage bave present times over panicky time? AFTER TWENTY LONG YEARS. D. J. M- A. Jewett Charged With Robbing a Postofflce. From the Denver News: mere may not oe mucn in a camp but tbere is something in initials tne assistant postmaster of the Fort Stanton, N. M., posloffl:e, who charged with robbing tbat oflije omething less than $200 a week had cot been blessed with bis euphonious quartette of initials he might bave persuaded the rest of his earthly career u nnoticed. As It is, bis Initials have discovered him, and after twenty years 01 obscurity, of biding from bis fellow men, he has again coma to publio uotiue and witn added opprobium his name, to On tbe 23rd of the present- month, D. J. M. A Jewett, assistant post m us ter of tbe postoflice in Stanton, N. M. was arrested ' by Inspeotor 'Frederick ou the charge of embezzling $151.56 money order iuods. .. Tbe arrest was at once made known' to Inspector .. Ma Mechen ia this city, within whose dis trict tbe postoflice named lies. ' Jewett was bound over to appear before the grand jury In . Socorro during the De uember term. Tbe news of Jeweu's arrest was duly published and several of tbe former resideuts Of tbe two southern states which decided tbe Hayes-Tilden election, with retentive memories recalled tbe combination of nitials of the president-maker and the ombezz'er at tort Stanton. No one. in tbe long lapse from 1876, : had ever heard from tbe Louisiana D. J. M. A Jewett: be might have died. Tbat he was out of his own state, and states, was wen Known, since no man saw him, after his decision of tbe contested presidential election. At the request of Inspector McMecben and Postmaster Jordan, tbe latter of whom was a reel ent of Louisiana in '76 Inspector erer erics was asked to interview Jewett and ascertain something about bis former nistory. Xbe intetview, a!- tbougn tbe details are but meaner; confirmed tbe suspicion entertained by . 1 . n: i .j r . ... . wo uuiuiius ijnuisu. ijeweil aamiiteu hat he was the D. J. AI. A. Jewett of Hayes-Tilden fame. ' . i Jewett Was chairman of the ' Louisi ana board which assisted so materially in electing the president of the United States in 1876. The vote of the states of Louisiana and South Carolina was disputed after tbe election. Congress appointed a commission of visiting statesmen, which included John. Sher man, Senator Hoar, James A.' Garfield; and other well known men, and these held a j iot confdrecoe' with'' the re turning boards of tbe two states,' to bear and settle which candidate re- oeived the mejority of the vites cast: Jewett cast tbe vote of Louisiana' for. Hayes. Jeweit afterward went to New Mexico to reside. New Mexico ' was then farther away than It,, Is . nowi j it as a wilder and more remote countrv and access to it was not as easy as it is to-day. Twenty years of progress advance of civilization westward Jewett ave oeen mane, dui witb Is slill 160 miles from a railroad. He had buried himself in a fastness wbioh he DUpiscd would be safe until bo had run t in course. YViiy iluto Von Been stricken wi.'i Uituao while your neigh jor enii.iped, or vice-vers i? Hutu were alike txpoMid, but In one cuse thu tlio illsei.30 germt omul lodgement In tlio Impure blood ami weak nod system, while In the other, the blood was :upt pure Ly llojd's Hm.'.iaiinrlUa, aud the oody whs In ii condition Osgood health. Uuod'n I'llla mo purely vegetable and do not purge, paiu or gripe. Uuld by all druggists. Soma Peculiarities of Icebergs. Derelicts and icebergs are nmoug tbe dangers to which vessels ore constantly exposed, the latter being perhaps the more formidable of the two, because tbere are more of them at certain sea sons, aud there is no telling when one of these monsters may hoave in night. Jin ordinary icoborg shows one-ninth of its bulk above water. During the pres ent season a number of these manses of ice at least 100 foet liiiili have been encountered by steamships. It is scarcely possible to imagine- an iceberg with 900 feet of its bulk below water. Uue cap- tail) reports having soen au enormous field 'of 'ice at least 800 feet high and 2,000 feet long.. It had evidently but lust turned over, as the upper portion was full of sharp angles and points, and iUn ... r. 4-rna irt1.-l iw Irvim it-a ella One of the grcatcHfe clangors from ice- ' 1 1 i it...:.. ...t Dorgs ia iwiug in uioir viuimty wutia they turn over. Tho sea currents wash and melt them into all sorts of fantastic figures aud points. They melt below so much more rapidly than above that the center of gravity becomes disturbed, and they turn with tremendous force. Some times tho disturbance is almost equal to a tidal wave aud is sufficient to upset any small craft that may be in its way. New York Ledger. Escaped That Penalty. The proceedings of tlio summer school at Harvard afford a certain umonnt of amusement cveu to tho professors and instructors. It is said that tho sessions have attracted some very independent as well as gifted yonng women from a distance, 'Lately oue of the instructors informed his class, chiefly composed of women, that a daily theme would be required to give facility iu composi tion. This seemed to surprise one of the yonug ladies, who went to tho instructor after the session was over, in the pres ence, of others, and said archly and coquettish ly, "Aud what will you do to us if We do not prepare any theme?" "We' do not," the professor answered gravely, "employ any form of corporal puuishmeiir. "Boston Transcript. ' Result of Politeness. Visitor (to attendant friar in I ho re fectory of a convent) Are we allowed to smoke here? Friar No, sir. Visitor Tlieu where do all those stumps of cigars come from that I sec lying about? Friar From those gentlemen who didn't ask. Tagliche Kundschan. When the common earthworm is cnt in two to tho tail, there grows a head, and to the head there grows a tail, aud two animals are formed. As the wound heals a small white button is formed. which afterward develops into rings and a perfect extremity. The largest wine cask in the world is in the Paris establishment called the "Halle aux Vius. ' Itu capacity is 8,710 gallons. A shell which has laiu under water for 200 years may explodo if brought to the surface. TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund tbe money if it falls to cure. 25a. tf Rates to Cltv ot Mexico. Las Vkoas, N. M., March Bib. 1896. Round twp rates to City of Mexico, from Las Vega. $6.70. Uoioz limit, sixtv days, witb final return limit, of six months rrom date or sale. 1 'KATES TO PHOBNIX, Tourist rates to fhoemx, Ariz., 'and re turn from Las Vegas, $48.60, Limits, Qfteea days, in each direction -with final limit of six months. tf C. F. Jones, Agent. Large quantities of ore are being snipped from ail tbe camps tributary to tbe market, to tbe Silver City reduc tion works, their treatment to shippers oemg Highly satisfactory. One reason why women are so gener ally trouoied with some derangement of the distinctly fem- lnine organism is that as girls they learn nothing about ineir own physical make no. Parent are wakinjj up to the importance of educa tion of this kind, and vouna' women are be. coming more and more able to take care ot tneir bcaltn. Carelessness in oirlhood causes the irreat. est sufferine and unhannineHS in after life Little irregularities and weaknesses in cirlH should be looked after promptly and treat ment given at once. jjr. .Tierce's favorite Prescription promotes regularity of all fem inine functions, makes strength and builds up a sturay neaitn witn which to meet the iriais 10 come, ine .Favorite frescriD. lion is not a universal panacea. It is good for but one thing. It is directed solely at one se.t of organs. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Advlor a 100S patre medical work, nrofnselv ilhiKtrnipH will be sent free ou receipt of 21 one-cent stamps pensary aieaicai Association, BuGalp, K. Y. t : Some Ready Information. iTbe following statistical Information should be cut out and pasted on your of fice desk for future and frequent refer- ence: DISTANCES FROM LAS VEGAS Miles Miles "ueblo ...2o Topeka .....720 Raton ..... no Springer 70 wago.i nouna 46 Watrous 2ii "tcmson 770 Kansas City 186 San Mlxuel ...2!) sc. iouis I.0B8 Ulorleta M Chicago 87(1 Ismr 65 Washington a.ow Santa Fe M Cen lllos ". Vl I'nuaaeipuia .... 2,097 New York 2,187 Albuquerque tei Los l.unas... 152 Itoston i 4i Tucson BH8 Socorro j .208 Uliltiuahua 612 San Marclal 285, Las Orucss H4H Olty of Mexico... 1.612 El l'aso ,v ssrt Demlntr . aii.1 i os Angeies 1,0.13 an Dlexo l.om Inn Francisco... 1.845 Silver uity ,.4li Trlntdaa Ul Uuaymas 806 j. v. hoi springs. ... Whlteoaks. direct. .160 La Junta ; 2ir Denver 3ii5 Galveston, direct.. 700 ALTITUDE OF VARIOUS PLACES. Mora 7013 silver dltv 6022 HOI OD KS l'am.. QtHl snark'll Knnrh . m7j Sprlnxer., 58W Clilcngo atrous 646H Kansas Oltv inn LasVegxs SiMiKaton TuunU ....Kn nta fo 70IS Ulorleta ... 74H2 iMiiju-jiuun ....&nn onrinnnini rii. socorro , wks vide on a.AP ... 74M1 El Paso atiK2 riaintafr sum 1 Leadvllle imil Needles nl I 1cutoi..., oiwpan LttEe llt,.., 4225 if-, iv v risvv i-r-x- f TTTTTA 11 JL11C IflflAWCll ft Situated in New Mexico and Colorado, ".' On the Atchison, TopckaJ.i Santa Fe, and ' Uniort Pacific, Denver ,& Gulf Railways. 1,111 in of M For Si! Farming Lands Under Irrigation Systems: In tracts of 20 a r s 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, Well waterettaind with good shelter, interspersed with fine ranches suitable 'or rsisiug grains and fruits, in slse of traots to suit purchase.-. 1, Large PasturesTor Lease, For Ions; terms of years, fono'l or unfenced "shipping facilities over two railroads. On this Grant, npar Its western hounrii,rv. r itiiti1 ihnVi.rr.rm. finlrt Mining Districts of ELIZABETHTOWN and BALDY, whore mines have been successfully operated for 26 years, end new, rich discoveries were male in 181)5, In the vicinity of tbe new cainps of HEMATITE and HAHKY BLUFF, as rich as any camp in Colo rado, but with lots of as yet unlncated ground open to pro'peotors on terms similar to, aud as favorable as, tbe United States OovernmenC Laws and Iterations. Stage leaves every morning, these camps. I Itie PeftCCt, founded Ou United I A , t 1 IT o l" y-i . i ucckmuiib ui me u, o. oupreme court. For further particulars THE MAXWELL LANDGRANT COMPANY. Raton. New Mexico. I MontWxPustrated UJ lK Edited by ALBERT SHAW ' ''If 9ttly one magazine can'bi KEVIEW OF REVIEWS, as covering more ground than 1 any other magazine." Board of Library Commissioners of New Hampshire, 1896. itHIS magazine Is, in Its contributed and departmental features, what its readers, who include the most noted names of the English-speaking world, are pleased to call "absolutely up to date," "thoroughly abreast of the times," "invaluable," and "Indispensable." It is profusely illustrated with timely portraits, views, and cartoons. Its original articles are of Immediate interest, by the best authorities on their respect ive subjects. The Editor's " Progress of the World " gives a clear, rightly proportioned view of the history of the human race during the current month. The " Leading Articles of the Month " present the Important parts of the best magazine articles that have been written In every part of the world. The newest and most important books are carefully reviewed. Indexes, chronological records, and other departments complete tho certainty that the, reader of the Review V3 1 of Reviews will miss nothing of great significance that is said or written or done throughout the world. -THE REVIEw OF REVIEWS CO, 3 Astor Place, New York. , - Single Coty, 25c. t Trial five months), $1.00 1 Year. $2.50. Tourist Rates to the drsnd Canon. Prom Las Vegas to Grand Canon of th. olorado river and return, (53 60. Thlrtj days' transit limit in each direction. Final return limit, ninety aays rrom aau of sale. Tbe stage will leave Flagstaff, 01 Mondays, Weduesdavs and Fridays, con necting with our through California trains In each direction. Returning, it will leave the Grand CanoD Tuesdays, Thursdays and baturdays. Tb ride to tbe canon is over a good road and occupies about eleveu hour. Btationf bave been established along tbe route and at tbe canon for tbe accommodation of tourists. C. F. Jonks, Agent. Qood for ITU e Kldnevs. , LdThad used nearly every remedv for kid ney trouble known without relief when I was induced to try Macbeth water, which I am clad to say did me a wonderful I amount of good in a very short time. JOSK LOPEZ, Ex-Sheriff of Rao Miguel county Montezuma Restaurant , Center St. East Las Vegas.' CHARLES WEIGHT, Trop'r. Best Twenty-five Cent Meals in Town....... - Table supplied with everything th mar fcet affords, ratronage solicited. Robt. L, M. Ross, Real Estate kW INSURANCE AGENT. tfta 10 Suit the Tte Lots from $100 ap. SOLE AGENT of the Hill-site Town Co. addition, and the Eldo rado Town Co. lower addition. Residences, Business Properties, Loans, Mortgages and Securities. Desirable Aere Properties; Farms under Irrigation Ditches. Office on 2D ftlOR TAW ME OPfBA HOUSE. I. LAS VECAg III LOCAL DISEASE and Is the result ot colds and sudden climatic changes. For your Protection we positively state that tills remedy does not contain mercury or any oilier injur ious drug. Ely's Cream Cab WFEVER I0 Bcknowledccd to be tbe moat, tborotiph care for Nnsnl Catarrh, Cold in Head snd iluy Kever of all reraediea. It opens and cleanses the imaa! passages. aluiyfl Pain and lntlammalron, lien In the sores, pro- of taste and smell. Price fiOc at Dnitftts or by mail. iHtviiJivMD ou warren mreewew ont. 9 3 ii SJ l T U(M1U II except Sundays, from Springer for States Patent and confirmed by J and pamphlets, apply to taken, lue would suggest the 1111 Send 10 Cents in Stamps for Specimen Copy OffCIA LViOIRE CI OR), FEDE3AL. J Thomas B. Cation.... Delegate to Conirrest ff. T. Thornton Governor uorion miner Kncrntnrt rhos. Smith Chief Justice 31. kj. louiHr, i I 1) T I1nn ). B. Lautttilln.' f Associate (i. D. Hants, 'elli Martlnes . .Clerk 1th Judicial niatrint luuxles F. Kaoley Surveyor-General cuanea m. duuoquq uniiea states nnliAtv tx O. 8. District Attorney W. 11. Loomls Deputy U. 8. Marshal J . W. Fleming U.S. Coal Mine Inspector James H. Walker, Santa re, Keg. Land office Pedro DelRado.Saiita Fe....Kec. Land Offlc j ...in. . ,njau, lhb vjt uctse, tteK. Lollu ( I m r. Jas. P. Ascarate.Lascruces.Kec. LandOfflcJ Itlchard Young.ltoswell.. ..Reg. Land OflFici W. H. Cosurove. Koswell...Rjp. r.nrt .Inhn n aiaflr Cla vt.n U . V '. v.. .j . " ' -1 .j.f nogi (jmc Joseph S. Holland. Clayton, Bee. LandOfflct TiiHttlTUBlAL. J. P. -Victory , .. Sollcltor-Qenera Santn iri. Tlios. J. VViikerson A. H. Harlle H. M. Dougherty Geo. McOormlcc A. A. Jones John FranMln n. Lt. xounK .Las (Jrucna . ....Aiouquerqnf Silver Cltj Bocorrc Katoi Las Vesa Hoswell Jose begura ......... I.thrnHoti w. a. wynys uierK supi y'lys Clerk Supreme Court n. H. Iiergmann Supt. Penitentiary . W. Knaebel Adjutant General . amuel Kldodt Treasurer uarceuno varcia Audltoi imado Ohaves Snpt. Public Instruction M. S. Bait ..Coal Oil Inspector DIRECTORS OF THE INSANE ASYLUM. B. V. Long . President Lorenzo Lopez Vice-President Carl W. Wlldensteln Sec'y and Treas. Benlgno Romero Frank 8. Crosion Dr J.Marron Medical Superintendent Geo. W. Ward Steward Mrs. Camolla Ollnger Matron COURT OF PEIVATE LAND 0LAIM8. Joseph It. Heed, of lowa, Chief Justice. associate justioes Wilbur F. Stone, 01 Oolorado; Thomas 0. Fuller, of North Carolina; William M. Murray, ol Tennes. ten; Henry O. Sluss, ot Kansas. Mattnew U. Reynolds, of Missouri, IJ. 8. Attorney. CATTH BANITART BOARDj W.H.Jack chairman, Silver Oltj M.N. I haffln....flr8t dlstnct.East Las Vegas U.S.Otero. second district. A Ihum. a.G Hear" ...third district, atrouf J.F.Hlnk'e fifth district. Lnwnr Pnnau.r J.A.Laltie secretary, Las Vegas LAS VEGAS FBEOIN0I8.1 SImrn Aragon... D, 0. de Buca .Justice of the Peace, No. t " 'W a. 8, Wooster Antonlno Zubla OITT OF FAST LAB VEGiS, F. E. Olney .. Mnyoi .......... .. Mnr.h.1 1. r. viay. E. Perry , Traasns J. E. Moore Kecordei rir. M. W. Kohhln. ihi,.i v. r.iuiiK Attrrnn n iim ,1. v. 11 jiuugBnuiiu, J. K. Martin B. S . Forsythe.... W. H. Barber E. L. Hamblln ..Aldermen T Kline L. H Hofraelster... A. X. itogeri . board or bdcoatioh. I- b aTSiiL-i .......President 0 V John York i'lf-"111' vice-i-re8MBnt Hi. Perry - . Secretary Treasurer Numbers First ward. Alfred n. ami Geo. V. Keed; second ward. L. O. Port w' Mclean: third ward. Edward unr. 1 M. 1). Hownrdj fourth ward, O. V. Iloda- HEW MEXICO BOARD OF HEALTH. UV. B. Tipton, M. D.,lre8ldent....Las Veiras . rnareraay , w . 1 . . v- Pres. . . A lliii,,,,or Francis H. Atklhff, M.D.,8ec....lt.La8 Vewas h. moan, u. u.. xreas nnnt v. Win. Egbert, M. D Santa v J. Shuler, M. D Katon M. Cunningham, &. D E. Lag Vegas I dill sunt tV's r ? I -r- (Successor to Coors Bros.) WHCLKSAM AND RETAIL DIALKB IK HARDWARE. LOIBIR, SASH. DOORS, BLINDS, VARNISHES Paints, Oils and GIggo. C?rrillos Hard and Soft Coal EAST LAS VEGAS, S . . NEW MEXICO TELEPHONE Ho. 6 Goods delivered tree In city, lew Mexico Planing Mill A. CIEMEJNTS, Prop, BUILDING KA1EHILS OF ALL KIM'S AND STYLES SASH, DOORS, SCREEN, ETC. Special Prices tb . Contractors- and Biiirs In Lumber Shingles, etc. Estimates cheerfully furnished to contractors. Office and Mill Corner Eevtntb and Jackson Btreets, East Lbs Vegas. TELEPHONE 68. ) i s the oixgxx Sample and Club Rooms, Corner b'lxth Street at d Douglas Avenue, CHRIS SELLMAN, Proprietor. Choicest brands of imported snd domestic wines, liquors and cigars always in stock. Polite and attentive mixologists in attendance, day and night. The patronage of gentlemen solicited. feu; General Broker. Land Grants, Improved Ranches, Native Cattle, Improved Cattle, Cuttle Ranges, Horses and Sheep, Real Estate Etc. Land Scrip of all Kinds Territorial and Comity Warrants. Gen erai 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 109 fclxth Street, Opposite i UKITIISG IT HOWN F1SB. Whiskies. per oal. Bour Mash Bourboa t-.OO ' ' 44 25 " " " .'.'.'..'!."" 850 Samples only 5e, -Pts.l5c,Pts.25o Qt's.GCc Fimeb Whiskies, pkb oai.. W hlte House Club 3 CO D. 8. Club 825 "Carlisle", Bole Agent "" 350 Sampies ICo, Halt Ft. 25o, Pts. 50c, Qtn. $1. Firest Whiskies, peb oal. John Hennlr g J4 00 Belle of Andrrson 4.25 Guokenhoimer 6 50 MeBi aj er, Oscar Pepper and TeUowstone SAMPLES, ONLY lOo. Half-pints 85c, fints 65c, Quurts, $1.25. Milwaukee Keg Beer, 5c per glass. 50c per gallon. Bottled Beer, 10c, 15c, 20c, & Per bottle. 25. Bole Agent for Carlisle" Whisky, 1 $3.50 ptr gallon, California an.i Native Wines from 25c per Bottleand $1 per Gallon up M-Ber.r entrance frcm Llccoln Ave., between Optio Offlce and Bosentha! Bros -m P. 8. "Press the Button, We'll do the rest." O.S. ROGERS, Praptiral HfirQP-fvhnpr. LAS VEGAS, N. M. Nos. ?, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west snd of bridge.! Special attention given to brand tng irons, and general blacksmith- mg and woodwork. All work promptly uone and satisfaction guaranteed. JOHN R. STILL, Contractor and Builder. Offine wwt rtoor vrea o, Rnll.lino-. Trr Optio, MILLS & KOOGLER, Huccessors to T. B. MILLS, Established in 1878. ' Real Estate, Mining Represent the Royal Exchange Assurance Company, of London, England ; Assets $23,000,000. County and Bphnnl tonds boucht and sold lid. T o-... II. t J J.. I iVnri. in"': ?l '"5" :ZXllu:ri J?"'' . T -.0W. ei of timber Bridge 8t.7LaB Veg:., N7M ' " " AGUA PURA COMPANY WHOLESALE DEALBJi IK PURE MOUNTAIN IOE 'Laics ani Storsie ia Las Wi M Surinis Canon. -A-n.'U.CLl Oa,TOa.C.ItT7 ' so.cco Ten n Our Ice is pure, firm and clear, to our many Office: 620 Douglas Ave.. East LasVegas. N.M C" TZ crj MTDBDII SHOE CO, Bridge Sficctj Las Vegas, N. P, SAVILLE, Mob3 & SAVILLE, San Miguel NaMoual Bank. Cigars Fixia tl per box up Chewing a-itt Smoking Ti baeccs I'rom 25c ptr lb. tp Bole Agent for ' E A I LSP LITTE E " Cigar. 60 (Straight 12.15 per lioi. JOHN HILL, COHHACTOB and BOIIDEB. Manufacturer of Sash and Doors, Mouldings, Scroll Sawing-, Surf acing and M atching Planing MUX and Office Corner ef Blanchard street and . Grand avenue. BAST LAS vkoa NRW MET I II.. Las 1 eras - turner mi J. R. SMITH, Prcp'r. Location: On the hot springs branch rail, way, East Las Vegas, New Mexico. BRAN, FLOUR, GRAIN AND FEED. Your Patronasre Solicited. f Insurance Agts. I . iyi iiu Dt-oi, lacumes for pluelnfr such sucurt- "' B",woe competitor Office ob and gives entire satisfaction patrons. II