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THE DAILY OPTIC.
R. A. KISTLfcR, Bdltor and Proprietor. at the Kast Las Vegas, Ml Entered postoillce (or transmission mulls as second-class matter N. rough M., ttl0 OFFICIAL PAFBa OF TIM OITT. Special Notice. Lai Vboas Dailt Optio Delivered by mall, post-paid, Sl. 00 per annum; l&.OU for six months; i';. IX) for three months, By car rier, it cents per week. lis Vkuas Wbkkly Oi'Tio J8 column!, de livered Djr mall, post-paid, M.OO per an num, II. 00 for six months, 76 for three months. single copies In wrappers, 5 cents. Sample copies of both dally and weekly, mailed free when desired. Give postofllce address in full, Including state. Qohkbspondknuk Containing nkws, solici ted from all partB of the country. Com munications addressed to the editor of Tun optio, to Insure attention, should be accompanied by the writer's full name and address, not for publication, but as a fftinrantv of irood faltu: BiMiTTANCiis May be made by draft, money order, postal note, express or registered letter at our risk. Address all letters and telegrams to xdnurnu, JLttBllJBB veK. JS.rV BlDiWi Backboard Usui, Mulls on the Star routes leave Lai Vegas as follows : Las Veiraa to Fort Sumner. Inclndtn Anton Clilco, Los Oolonals, Eden, Banta Kosa and Puerto de Luna, tri weekly, on Monday, Wea lesday and Friday, and ar rive nn alternate davs of each week. LaS VeKas to Fort Bascom, Including Ohaperlto, Galllnas springs, El uuervo, on Monday. Wednesday and Friday, of each week, and arrive on alternate days, Las vegas to Mora, inciuuing Liu. amuu., xirnacio ana uociaua. wi lt i tbs purpoga of tho soololy tobavdl man led four orphans, and each will receive a dowry of $100. Sixteen such weddings are to take place within the I year, to occur on some anniversary to be silooted by tho founder of the so- duty or ltd rucnibers. Tbe gooiuiy has (or iti motto "Char, ity, Tolerance, Ganer sity." Ia mak ing tbeso dower gifts, it is not Deeessa- rv that young women be Inmates of I orphan asylums. Any parentloss girl may be entitled to tbe benefits of the association. Tho dower wilt not be restricted to any creed or sect, but It is tbe desire of the society that eaoh of tbe four should be either a Catholic, a I'rotrsunt. a Hebrew girl or the daughter of a free mason. The direc torate of the new sooicty will be com- pjsod of an equal number of Christians and Hebrews. Tbe marriages iu each case will be pubiio. Any kind of religious ceremony dosired by tbe principals will be had. Tbe girls will not be restrained in tbe selection of a husband, so lorg as he ; Is worthy. It is tbe founder's belief that in the course of a few years tbe numbsr of dowries will be increased, as well as tlie amount of the endowment, Of course, a good HArmlln. Han Yirl tiSjJtti J pbilantbropio people will decline flays. t0 aooept this scheme seriously;' but if Las Vegas to Lesperance, once a week, I r , . ,. on Saturday. they should only realiza now Tar the rinnwannnA 1-n Vita. Onmnttl HfflA ! (IT I J ' two-horse buckeoard, on Fort Bascom and dowry named goes in Flatland, they Mora lines oy singie-uorse oucaw-ia, , , . . ... .,-... .nmnthlno- c5 " - fa a . o i of the same sort in their bailiwick. Lesperance by private conveyance usually spring wagon. A Cold in the Head The quickest way to get rid of it the simplest ; and surest no bother, no ; trouble is with Salva-cea (tbabs-uaxk). It cures Catarrh. It I cures all inflammation. It ' cures Pile's Skin DlttasAi, Sort Throat, Burns, Toothacht, Wounds, Earachi, Sore Musclis, Hauraljla, Rheumatism. Two sizes, 35 and 50 Tents. At druggists, or by mail. Thi Bkandxstii Co., 374 Canal St.. N. V. The Maxwell Land Grant Situated in New Mexico and Colorado, On tha Atchison, Topeka & SanN Fe, and Union Pacific, Denver ,& Gulf Railway's LUUU Farming: Lands Under Irrigation Systems: In tracts of 20 arrs and upwards, with perpetual water rights, cheap, and on easy terms of io annual payments, with 9 per cent. nnticoi. -iniuia, vjram anu r ruics grow to perfection. Choice Praifie or Mountain Grazing Lands, ultabl m31m Gr- COOIESS, (BaocasBor to Coon Broa.) .waousAfji kso rctail dbalks i HARDWARE, LDIRffi, SASH, DOORS, EMS, VARNISHES Painta, Oil and Glass, Cerrillos Hard and Soft Coal. EAST LAS VEG.8,- S - NEW MEXICO TKIiBrnonKNo.re-OocaedollTeredfreelnelty. " Well watered and with a-nnd shatter. Inar.n.m.i niik n... ur raising (mm sna rruus, in size or traots to suit purchaser. Large Pastures For Lease, n(t terms of years, fenc1 or unfeneed; shipping fsolllties over two DiitrioU of KLIZaAkTHTOWN Li.n a. 1. , . i? iSt iSST.V.L'Mrn. DVC?".ry. "Itaated the (imous Gold MlnlnB; nn f- A I I I V : ir " mZ :J rr ."IT' riCD owootm-Im were maris in 1805. been uooaifuHv I -I t J i a m tb. new csmp. of HEMATITE '.pd HAUKY BLUFP. r,oh a. or osmp In Colo ...u..u. iU toe uoicea estates Uoverntuent Laws and Regulations.. Stage leaves every moininc evppnr Siin,t,., .1 - Ol - w,iTn, .uu4 kJUl IIICI 1UI . lew Mexico Planing Mill .S3. CJlEME1VT8. Prop. BUILDING IVA1EEIALS OF IR KIMS .KD STYLES SA5H,D00RS, SCREEN, ETC. Spic'al Piices to Codrectors arid kUm confirmed by liue ferrect, founded oa United States Patent "and decisions of the U. S. Supreme Court. For further particulars and pamphlets, apply to THE MAXWELL LND GRANT COMPANY. Raton, New Mexloo. In Lumber Shingles, etc. Estimates cheerfully furnished to contractors. Offlc. and Mill Corner Beventb and Jackson Btreets. East Las Vegas. TELEPHONIC 8. . TUESDAY HVKNINQ. MOV, 17. im. In 1801 one person ol every three in the United K nerdom professed tbe Romish fa'uh: now only one of everj sevJQ beloDgs to that communion. Mathematical calculations show that an iron ship weighs 27 per cent. less than a wooden one, and will carrj 115 tons of cargo for every 100 tons carried by a wooden ship of the same dimensions, and both loaded to tht lime draught of water. HAMPSON-WILSON WEDDING. Marriage of the Napoleon la Rail road Building. It is not trua thai the watch and clock factories of Japan are making goods cheaper than thoa 3 of similar quality in America. They can control th Ur own market in chejp clooks, bu they cannot export at a profit. In watches they cannot yet compete suo cessfully in both cheapness and quality with those imported from Switzerland and America. Jos. H. Hampioo, who is well-known in Las Vegas, was united in mirrisg to Miss Blanche Wilson, daughter ol Kev. David.Wilson, of Washin.ton, D J., on the lltb lust. Thk Optic, to Jtbich Mr. llampson has always been x nrm and last irieud, voices tne ieniimentsof this community in wish iner the fortunate couple a long and lappy life together. The following iccount of the wedding is taken from he Washington Times: 'Miss Iilancbe Wilson, daughter ol Captured In Albuquerque. Charles Arms, colored, who was sent to tbe Territorial penitentiary at Santa Fe from tbe Bernalillo county court for grand larceny, the sentence being eigh teen months, and who bad only a few months to serve before completing bis sentence, and who escaped a few days it o, was captured in Albuquerque at 3 o'clock Sunday morning by Billy Cobert, n'ght depot master. Arms, after escaping from the penitentiary, reached Albuquerque early Saturday morning dressed in hi3 pen stripes; all that day, until night, be was boused by a certain party whom tbe officials know, and given other clothing. Satur day night, or rather Sunday morning, beecreted bimself in a box car tor tne JsOJ S ..- VI Pn -T For ati 1 im Tit? AT mm fflHBiUfca RATBBUU SHOE CO Bridge Street, S Las Vegas, N. M. vV runs wc ikivc iteuc x lLstJ n iurc iur win l; cuter uti - . . . t . f ' If I mil III n .mr T n a . m I UUI UU - H as W IIHW W EBL UI BUULIla rf IJVU 1 PtfrfSrVfWff-kn n CTrV Li" - .1 J J 1 " I . I 1 I v uev. uavia Wilson, u a. a., retirea, i i.''. a , , . , ouuifuuii oiuui,uiu wuuiu suoner iiuxuca erocerynian couia Pnifnl hill. el. nnnn. I. Ih. nn. be- ln Dy eVent. ArmS W0Uld naVe tives: the groom being Mr. Joseph t?tlici P0'?' ?ffloer Carson and fcrcSCO, Michigan, September 2. 1896. . . . - wr . I dBllrir J 1 1 II fN llMfl LT 1 1 1 1 M M II 1 1 II K II llllLrui I - U. llampson, late of Kansas Uity, Mo., r. . ,? ,. . . out now located in the City of Mexico "TI"" " .1. . ."uulu-uuu"u "The ceremony took place in the 7.H " " 4ft.: " 'JuZ..;J large drawing room ? qf, the Wilso " ""i"uL T n 1 I t rttr ma kentr I r Ilia rtAnitondsrB !T1M Sample and Club Rooms, Corner Sixth Btreet ard Douglas Avenue, CHRIS SELLMAN, Proprietor. Cnoicest brands of imported and domestic wir.es, liquors and cigar ways in stock. Polite ar.d attentive mixologists in attendance, day and ght. The pntronaee of gentlemen solicited. al get along without sugar- in his store than we could without f5nrt21?Tr a, Piso's Cure. It fa a sure seller. RAVEN & CO., Druggists, .MJL The pope is very fond of children. A Btory ia told concerning a little Eog hsh boy who was recently admitted to an audienc3 with bis holiness. Tbe papal secretary invited the boy to kist the pope's slippers. "We don't kiss- people's feet in England," said th little fellow; "but he's a nice old gen tleman, and I'll kiss bis band." Tht pope, who docs cot speak English smiled when tin remark was trans lated, and held out bis hand to iht boy. NOT SO STRANGK. Tho Salt Lake Tribune says thai Gan. Sick'es thinks that "the uios dangerous disclosure in the recent eleo. tion is hit tbeie are ia Ne York City 135,0 JO electors who vjted for the anti-American, populis'.io and destruct ive heresies formulated and promul gated uy Bryan." is it strange tnat tnose voters ar there, General P Think of the rich oi that city who have no appetites for the rich food which they have in over abundance, and the thousands who do not know where they are going to get bread for their children to-morrow. Think of the rojfceries in the shadow of the palaces there! Think of tht strong men who have not for monthe been able to obtain any work I Think of homes where tbe parents are think ing of the cbild that died last summer, because it had no shelter from the in sufferable heat, no ice to cool its lip. no delicacy to tempt bask i's appetite! Think of tbe fathers of tbe 50,000 chil dren who are growing up in ignoranct because there are no schoplhouses for them to obtain the rudiments of an education ln! Think of the squalor oi the tenement houses; the degradation of the slums; the eyes that from tht depths of poverty look every day upon the displays of wealth! Think of the wrens that are daily smitten by tht hawks, and when the full picture fill- your mind's eye, you will not wondei any longer that so many were noi ingntenea Dy threats of panics, not disturbed by cries of anarchy, dishonor and attempted repudiation. - A DOWRY FOR ORPHANS. Where a million or two of the great human family touch elbow while hur rying through this vale of tears, phil anthropic schemes that appear ridicu lous in the eyes of those who inhabit sparsely settled spots are constantly being evolved, says a speoial corres- pondent io tbe Tittsburg Dispatch. As a rule, these schemes, no matter how odd they seem to people unacquainted with life in large cities, have for their resideuoe. which was beautifully adorn ed with rare palm?, trees of white chrysanthemums, and white orchids there were no bridesmaids or ushers The only attendant of tbe bride was her small niece, Miss Esie Byron, who, :lad in a picture gown of nile greer ilk and carrying a basket of ' white tnd green orchids, preceded tbe brld iod groom into tbe room, to tbe strain I a mandolin orchestra, which ren Jfred tbe wedding march. Ibe father of the bride and Rev. B B. James, of Baltimore, awaited the loming of the wedding party in tbe iay window, where tha short but im pressive ceremony was peiformed. Ihe window had been transformed nto a particularly pretty bower ol white and green, whicn oolors wert carried throughout the decoration ol tbe entire house. Tbe bride, who is one of the hand somest young women ln Washington, a tall and stately blonde, looked hei )est in a trained gown of white satin rimme.d in rare duchess laoe. Her ulle veil, worn off her faoe, was fast- ned with a diamond star, whioh is an leirloom ln ber family ; her shower bo quet was of lilies of the valley and wnite orchids. An informal reception followed tht marriage ceremony, and a wedding ireakfast was served in the beautifully ieoorated dining room. Later in tbe ifternoon Mr. and Mrs. llampson . lei for a short visit to a friend's countrj place near Baltimore, where the earlier davs of their bonevmoon will bd dnent! I bey will niaae a tour of the northern oities in Mr. Hampsou's - private' Car, '.ben go to the City of Mexico, where Cbey will reside at the Hotel Iturbide. Mr. Hampson is tbe president of Iht Mexico, Cuernavaoa & Pabitio railroad, ow being constructed from .the Citj i Mexico to toe raoino coast. - Tbe bride's going-away gown was a very nanasome tailor-made costume o nunter green ciotn, with small greet veivec oat to matcn. , Sunday night. He had changed his convict's garb for a good suit of clothes and wore a gold waicb. When atked where be got his new outfit he said be found tbe suit, watch and all, "bang. log on a clothes-line." TO CURB A COLO IN ONB DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund tbe money if it fails to oure. me. u Tourist Rates to the Oread Canon. From Las VeKas to Granl Canon of tbe olorado river and return, fftii 60. Tblrtv days' transit limit in each direction. Kinsl return limit, ninety days from date of sale. Tbe stage will leave Flagstaff, on Mondays, Wednesdays tnd Fridays, con necting with our through California trains io eacb direction. Returning, it will leave tbe Grand Canon Tuesdays, Thursdays and Baturdays. The ride to tbe canon Is over a good road end occupies about eleveu bourn. Btaticns bar been estaoilsbed along tbe route and at tbe canon for tbe accommodation of tourists. tC. F. Jones, Agent. OfFIClAL 0RECJORt. FEDERAL. ; Though the Twtce-a-Week Republic of St. Louis excelled all other western weekly papers ia publishing tbe news of tbe campaign, it now annouooei that it bas extended; its news service, and hereafter it will give its readers the best paper ln the country. This means much, because tbe next twelve months will be crowded with news of Dig events. With all tbe improve ments to its service the yearly sub scription will be tbe same one dollar a year, by mail, twice a week.. All lovers of good musio of Sooorro bailed with delight tbe .arrival of Ar thur .von Jessen Sodring, who gave a piano recital at tbe opera house there; Saturday night. This pianist, who as an artist enjoys a national reputation, undoubtedly drew a crowded house, and those who heard bim enjoyed a musioal treat not to be soon forgotten. tie was assisted by Luis Witt. Some nine or ten patent surveys are !0 be made on claims near Ked River Oity next week. Four were made last week. It looks as though Taos county s to become the leading mineral pr 1ucer of tbe Territory. To the Public. We wish to state to toe good people of Las Vegas and vicinity, tbat tbe means to build tbe oanitarlum nave been provided lor. but we are without means to furnish the building. We bare concluded, there fore, to bold a fair during Thanksgiving week, to raise ruoda witb blcn to furntth tbe bnildiog. We are dependent on tbe generosity of tbe pubiio to accomplish this purpose; ant aesire to state tnat we oo iio. -xpect to get tbe oece'sary amount by arge donations, Dut by tne mite Irom tbe tur. Hence, we hope tbat none will re. (use to assist us. This is a pubiio institu tion by which all will be benefited, and in which all snouid Uei an interest. Bit-TEBS of Charity, -tf. in cbarne of Sanitarium. Mexican Central Railway. From tbe sea to tbe clouds. Passing mod ern cities and ancient monuments. Stan dard guage in everything management, ideas and treatment or patrons, rne only line in the rtepuniic running ruiiman pal ace buffet sleeping cars between tbe cap ital and points in tbe United States. Cheap rates aod piompt service. For full partic ulars call mi or address J. F. DONOHOIt, . tf Com 'I Agent Rl Paao. Texas. Thomas B. Cation.... Delegate to Ooagress W. T. Thornton.. Governor Lorlon Miller Becretarj Thos. Smith Chief Justice N.O. Collier, 1 H B Hamilton, ( ...... N.B.LauKhlln, f Associates G. D. Hants, I Kollx Martinet . .Clerk tb Judicial District Charles F. Kasley Surveyor-General Charles M. Shannon United States Collector . . D. B. Wstrlct Attorney ?w?r? l- HftU v- Marshal w . H. Loomls Depnty U. 8. Marshal J. W. Fleming TJ. 8. Coal Mine Inspector James H. Walker, Santa Fe.Beg. Land office Tedro Uelgado,8auta Fe....Kec. Land Offlce JohnD. Bryan, Las Cruces.Reg. Land Offlce Jan. P. Ascarate.LasCruces.Bec. LandOfflce Richard Young.feoswell.. ..Reg. Land Office W. H. Cosgrove, KoBwell...Rjc. Land Office John C. mac , Clayton .... Beg. Land Office Joseph S. Holland, Clayton.Uec. LandOfflce TEBaITOaIAL. i- VctorT , Solicitor-General J. H. Crist, Diet. Attorney Banta re R.L. Young .... Las unices Thos. J. Wllkerson Altraauernii. General Broker. Land Grants, Improved Ranches, Native Cattle, Improved Cattle, Cattle Ranges, Horses and Sheep, Real Estate. Etc. Land Scrip of all Kinds, Territorial and Comity Warrants. Gen era! Land Office Bnsiness. Titles Secured Under the United States Land Laws. LAS VEGAS, NEW. MEXICO J. H. TEITLEBAUM. P. 8AV1LLE, Moaj Ihe Cash Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco Co. . TEITLEBAUM & SAVILLE. t09 Bixth Street, Opposite San Mlgul National Bank.' A. 11. Harlle B. M. Dougherty Geo. McCorinlrt A. A. Jone John FranWln Jose Setoira W. a. Wyllys ...Sliver Clt Sucorro Kator. ... Las Vegas Boswell . T.lhmr1nn Clerk Supreme Court 28c ' Caod lor Tbe Kidneys. I bad Ubed nearly every remedy for kid ney trouble known without relief when I eras induced to try Macbeth water, which I am glad to tay did me a wonderful amount of good in a very short time. i. a. ueriiiuann Hunt t.niran.i.. t2a5.bel Adjutant General Kamnel Eidodt Trnmnrar Marcellno Garcia . ..- Auditor amado Chaves Snpt. Public instruction M.S. Hart coal Oil Inspector DIRECTORS OF THE INSANE ASYLUM. E.V.Long President Lorenzo Lopes Vlce-Presidnnt Carl W. Wlldensteln..:. .. Beo'i anfl Benlgno Itonjero ' Mrs.CameUa dinger ..".I ".l."": 00DHT OP PRIVATE LAID CLAIMS. Joseph B. Beed. of Iowa. Chief Justice. associate JCSTiioas Wilbur F. atone, of Colorado: Thomaa CI. ri.ii.. i,.' X. Carolina; William M. Murray, of Tennea. see; Henry O. hluss, of Kansas. Matthew G. Beynolds, of Missouri, rt. a. Attorney ' CATTLE SAMTABT BOARD w.H.Jacs:..... chairman. Silver Oltv UKTTKNQ IT DOWN FINK, Wmsiuaa. per gal. Hour Mi 8b Bo jr bou j-j oo " " ' r 2.25 " " " j a, Samples ONLY 5c,K-Pts.l5c,Pt9.35og's.50c Fines Whiskies, pica oal White Bouse Club f 3 nn u. 8. rub ; a' 25 "CarliBli ", Bole Agent ' ' 8 50 Samples 10c, Half Pta. 25c, Pts. 50c, Qts. $1. Finest Whiskies, per oal. John HernlDg 14.00 B Hp of Audmon 4 .g Guckenbeimer 5 50 McBraer, Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone SAMPLES, ONLY lOc. Half-pints 35o, Pints B5o, Quarts, .25. California end Native Wines from 25c per Bottle, and $1 per Ration np -Eear entrance from LlDCOln Ave., between Optic Office and Rosenthal Bros P. 8. "Press the Button, We'll do the rest." Milwaukee Keg Beer, 60 per glass. 50o per gallon. Bottled Beer,. 10c, 15c, 20c, & Per bottle. Sole Agent for Carlisle" Whisky, 13.50 per gallon. Cigars From $1 per box tip CbewiDg and StaokiDg TYbaccos From 25c por lb. sp Sole A Kent for Kailsplitteb" Cigar. 6c Straight 12.15 per Mox. Indiana Board of Health. Tbey are making all sor's of fun ol the toaiana slate board of bealtb. which lemand that kissing should cease or else hat tbe lips be disinfected ateaob con- 'act. w one at tne same lime anv quaes can practice medicine, in thai Htate, who can buy a pill bae. Here is tbe latest one on the board : George Almlra, dear. Almira Yes, darlins:. George Oo vou baDDen to have vnnr I uutue 01 am erecting nuia convenient; Aimira ildre it is, darling. Why? Georee I want to rub some of it on m lips, sweetheart. I am going to kiss you. iuy owo, ' v And tbe clerk of the Indiana state board or health, and tbe stenographer ot tbe same, proceeded to osculate in accordance with tbe latest views of tbat wise organiza tion. , The old story of Pro metneu9 is a parable. i-romcinetis was on terms of intimacy with the gods. From them lie stole fire, and gave i T . 1 41 iu men, i-uj tuia sin lie was bound to the rocks of Mount Cau casus, and vultures They only ate bis liver. This grew again as fast as it was pecked away. Are his Buf- icnngs 10 De imagined f ' Take a modern internretntinn nf aoie. mere is no cooking without fire. Ia cooking and eating the mischief lies. The stomach is overtasked, the finweU hxnn, clogged, they cannot dispose of the food mm 19 given mem. The imounties hark np on the liver. Then come the vulture tne torments of a diseased liver. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is more than equal to the vultures of dvs- pepsia and its kindred diseases. Every aLuiu vi mc uiscovery is nice a lerret. wnerever it is sent. It is as sure as the needle of the compass. There is no more need ot sutlering from dyspepsia than there IS ot naneinir ones self. Sold bv all medi. cine dealers the world over. Ex-Sheriff of San Miguel couu Josh Lopez, M.N.ihaffln. ...first distrtct.Kaat Las Vesas tyM S'au? 'cona district, Albuquerque C.S. ROGERS, Practical Horse-Shoer LAS VEGAS, N. M. Robt, L. !l. Ross . Real Estate AND INSURANCE AGENT. trices io Ssit the Times, Lots from $100 SOLE AGENT of the Hill-site Town Co. addition, and tbe Eldo rado Town Co. lower addition. Residences, Business Properties, Loans, Mortgages and Securities None Bert Avar's at the World's Palrl Ayer's Sarsaparilla enjoys the ex raordinary distinction of having beed ihe only blood pnrifier allowed an: ex hibit at the World's fair, Chioago. Manufacturers of other Sariapaiillaa sought by every means to obtain a showing of their goods, but they were an turned away under the application I ft tnA rnln T.irhiHrilntr tha ant ..f object the betterment ot the masses, or patent medicines and nostrums. . The a fraction thereof. - Of such is a unique decision of the World's fair authorities organization called the Greater Nsw in ,avor 01 Ayer's Sarsaparilla waa in York German Orphan Dowrv socIai- .rtnecl nowi: ."Ayer's sarsaparilla J l ia Tnt m nalanf marl nin l Anm aA as luo unujD iuju.icb, ib is io luraisn kinnM uA i:.a A - I uoiwUa av vug 113k Ui UUDbt UlXIBa dowries to (xerman orphan girls on tbs here on its meritv" day of their marriage to a worth man The society had its inception In the A gentleman of R .swell, whose forte . . , , would appear to be tbe origination of mind of Lazarus Morgenthau, a gener- bright advertising ideas. snggesU that ou citizen or large wealth. The so- the first sugar produced by tbe Eddy ciety's first step in the direction of factory be encased in some attractive civinir monev to an omhan on wl mamer, nd accompanied by a suita- l a., in k, ..u ble and pertinent letter of present . a ttion. to presidentelect jngiuu Minuuay, xovi. un tnat oate, McKinley. 7 P,fk cwv.cOlD'f JS-gWltfsV.'" an It Is I CATARRIHI in LOCAL DISEASE and Is the result ol colds and ssddtn climatic changes. For your Protection we poutlvely state that this remedy does not contain msrenry or any other injur ious srzg. Ely's Cream Balm Is acknowledged to be the most thorongh core for Nasal Catarrh, Cold in Head and Hay Fever of all ranwdlas. It opens and cleanses the uaaal pasaaget, allays pain and inflammation, heals the sorea, pro , tecta the mambrane from colds, restores the senaas 'of Mate and smell. Price Cflc at Urugirtsts or by mail. XUX UaOTHBRH, 56 Warren SlreeU New York. CHAFFirJ 6l HORrJE Livery Feed and Sale STABLE, Headquarters for Ranchmen. .... Douglas Avenue, East Las VegnS. Desirable Acre Properties; Farms undor Irrigation Ditches. Umoe on 2D FL10R T'MME OPERA HOUSE. I. UI VEC : Some Ready Information Tbe following: statistical! Information should be cat out and pasted on your of flce desk for future and freqnent refer ence: " DISTANCES FROM LAS VBQAg (Miles no 70 Raton...... ... Snrlnirer waKo.i nouna ta Watrous 20 8aa Mlnuol Olorlota B!i l.nniT eo Santa Fe 831 Cerrillos Wl Albuquerque 182 1OS Lunas i..H'i Socorro 208 8an Marcial 2.' Las Urucea S4ii Bl I'aso 81 oemliiR ....Sfti Sliver City n .nnioaa I m Junta 2ir,l Denver 8M Miles ...2fi) ...720 ...770 ...7H6 ,.1.0u3 .1,276 "neblo , Topeka 'tchlson Kansas City. St. Louis Chicago Washington 2. CM Philadelphia .... liH' New York . 1.187 Boston .A..S.11S Tucson ......;.... 6H8 Chihuahua; 612 City of Mexico... 1 612 i os Antreies l.Km "an Diego 1,01)8 San Francisco... 1,84ft Guayunas 806 L. V. Hot8prtns-s....6 WhlteOaks. direct, .lfio Galveston, direct.. 700 ALTETCDa OF VaEIOUS places. Mora HotSn'BS Park, Springer watroue rs Vs Banta Fe Aiutiiuerque ..7048! . 6787 ,.6H ..70 ISl Socorro 4Wf El Paso.. .SSW, IMifl villa lnirii 1 toTsr,.,. KM 'liver rity... .6022 Spark's Kanch...,8ri72 Chicago sat Kansas City 706 Raton Tuuntl 7fi Glorleta 72 'orHn"tal Di vide on A.4P....726 ""lagstall hx Ifeedles 47a; mi Lata uity..., 25 rHlukle:::: street, west end of .a.uiuLe ecretary,Laa Vegas , O0UHTT. T. O. de Baca .1 Gregorio Flores J Oountr Commlsslonen DlouK lo Martinet "iiisioner Gregorio Varela Probate Judge l'atrlclo Gonzales Probate Clerk Jose G. Montano AaaaaaoJ Hllarlo Itomero ' .. sheritT Carlos Gabaldon . Collector Adelaldo Gonzales... School Superintendent lleMr,, ....Treasurer Surveyor uoroner LAS VEQAB T"." O:0T3. Slmor Ari, a....justlca or the Peace, ffo.l 1). O, aeLeca " . H.S. ft'ooater 039 OITT OP FAST LAS VE8iS, F. B. Olnoy Mayor J-F. Clay Maisnal VS'u"' Treasurer J. K. Moore Recorder Dr.W.tanV n rTvlllr. rr..,4-V, ....... ..v.aw J. R. Martin B. I , Forsythe.... W. H. Barber K. Li. uainblln 8. T Kline L. H Hofmelstnr A. X. liogers BOARD OF BDUCATIOH. n v VfS"1111 i President 0. V. FertHcock vi..i..i 1 1 Hecretar. O K. Perry Trammr-i MEMBSR8 FlrBt ward. Alfrerl ft Smith lian V Pa. aann ..... t n a, . 1 8. McLean; third ward, Edward Henry. J M. D. llowerd: fourth ward. O. v. h,.' cock, J.A.Carruth. " bridge. JPHN HILL, COHTBACTOB and BIIILDiR. Manufacturer of Sash and Doors, Mouldings, Scroll Sawing, Surfacing and Matching Xlxa.iie; Mill and Offlce Corner of Blanobard street and Grand avenue. SJAST Las VKOA NSW 'MUX Special attention given to brand bg irons, and general blacksmith ing and woodwork. All work promptly uone and satisfaction Guaranteed. JOHN R STILL, Contractor and Builder. Offlce iTt rtoor wea u. Twa Oprir, . RnlMIng-. Las Vegas Holer Mill, J. E. SMITH, Prop'r. Location: On tbe hot springs branch ran., way, Bast Las Vegas, New Mexico. BRAN, FLOUR, GRAIN AND FEED. Tonr Patronajrn Solicited. ...Aldermen Re a! MILLS & KOOGLER, Hucceesors to T. B. MILLS. Established In 1S7S. . ate, Mining: i Insurance Agts. Represent the Royal Exchange AssuranceCompany, of London, P ngland ; Assets ;rsriir raTk-h KKW MEXICO BOARD OF HKAVTH. I . . . " "-'-' .' W.R. Tioton.M. D.. President ... l.v...K. "..ty u.i sm ,01 nonos Douent and sold. Best facilities for rIr.inD. .nor. G. S.Kaatpyday.M D.,V-Pres...Albuauerdue .t?e .f ranch and improved property, and over 8 000.000 acre, of tlmh. MiotM.::::"-!a sZl. rl .nVUv "d 8iU,5,We8t' ftt Prioes "h,cb b" competitors. Offlo. on JWin. EKgert, M. D '.Banta Pel J.J. Bhuler, M. D, M.junninitrjam M. D . Raton . Las Vegas Santa Fe Route California Limited. Lea ves Cbicaffo 6:00 p. m. WedneBdavs ana Saturdays, fc.au bib City U:oOa. m. and Denver 6:30 p. m., Thursdays and Sun days, reaching Los Angeles In 72 hours and can Diego in 70 hours from Chicago, Coi-nt-ctins; train for Sao Francisco via. Mojave. Returns Mondays and Tbnrsdays. Kqnipnieot of saprb vstlbuled Pullinan palace sleepers, buffet smoking oar and dining car. Most luxurious service via any line. Another express train, carrying palace and lourist sle'-pTS, leaves Chicago and Xmaaa ritv daily for California. Inquire or Local Agent, or O. T. KlCHOLS"K. O P. A., A. T. & S P. R-y, Chicago. AGUA PURA COMPANY WHOLESALE DEALER IN PURE MOUNTAIN ICE 'Uicj en. storage m Lsj Vmi Hot mm CascD. Aajaja.-va.aJ.'- Ca,pLCit37 50,000 Tono Our Ice is pure, firm and clear, and give entire RutifactioB 1 to OMr manv natron. Office: 620 Douglas Ave.. East Las Vegas. N.lSt