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R. A. KISTLEK, Editor aod Proprietor. Bntered at the Kust LasVeuas, N. M., poHtomce Vor transmission muiu as second-class matter inruuyu tue OFFICIAL PAPER OV THB OITT. Special Notice, Lai Vboas Daii.t optic Delivered by mall, post-paid, 111). 00 per annum; (6.00 for six months ; 60 for three months, By car rier, 26 cents per week Las Vegas Wbkklt Optio 28 columns, de livered oy mall, post-paid, M.OO per an num, l. 00 for six mouths, 75' for three months, single copies In wrappers, ft cents. Sample copies ot both dally and weekly, mailed free when d.lred. Give postofllce address In full, Including state. Oobuhspondknom Uontalnlng nkws, solici ted from all 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addressed to the editor of Thb optio, to Insure attention, should be accompanied by the writer's full name aud addreus, not for publication, but as a guaranty of ifood f(Uth. Ekhittancks May be made by draft.money order, postal noto, express or registered letter at our risk. Address all letters and telegrams to Thb Optio , Ifiast Lai Vegas, Mew Mexico. Backboard Malls. Mulls on the Star routes leave Lai Vegas a follows: Las Vegas to Fort Sumner. Includln Anton Chlco, Los Colonals, Kden, Banta Rosa and Puerto de Luna, trl-weekly, on Monday, Wed lesday and Friday, and ar rive on alternate days of each week Las Vegas to Fort Uascom, Including Ohaperito, uailinas (springs, hi uuervo, Bell Uancn, Lioerty anu unueo, tri-weexiy, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, ol acb week, and arrive on alternate days. Las Vegas to Mora, Including Los Alamos, Bapello, San Tgnaclo and Koclada, tri weekly, on Tuesdav. Thursday and Hatur- day, of each week, and arrive on alternate any a. Las Vegas to Lssperance, once a weak, on Saturday. Conveyance on Fort samner line, is by two-horse buck board, on Fort Bascom and Mora lines by single-horse buckboard. To Lesperance by private conveyance usually spring wagon. SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 28, 1896. Just now, northern New Mexico is exporting train loads, to the car loads imported. This is the keynote to the prosperity of any country. This negro raca can be traced back to 2,300 B. C, when the Egyptians became acquainted with them, through the conquests of thair rulers. The or igin of the race and their history pre vious to that time Is ubkoown. We probably do not know any more about preaching than some preachers do about running a newspaper, but we do not believe that any sinner was ever brought to the church of Christ in being abused by the minister thereof. How thankful the country if the politicians would but would be give the business interests a rest! We should now adjust our tariff so that the ex penses of the country could be rrnt without issuing gold bondi, and then, every son-ot a-sea-cook, who says a word about a change in the tariff, should be looked upon as a traitor to bis country. The greatest need of the business interests, to enomraga a re turn of prosperity anl expansion activity, is certain security against dis turbance. Business can never be its best unless calculations may be made for the future with reasonable assurance that conditions will not b radically cnanged. Any general re vision of the tariff carries the possibili ty of positive changes in all schedules and must be accompanied by hesita tiob and uncertainty upon the part of the business men. THE DINGLEY BILL. The wool-grower of the United States has had a pretty severe lesson in the past two years, but it has been valuable one in some respects, and from this date on, when a great ado is made in congress about the tariff on wool for the wool producer, he will be very likely to insist that he really gets some of the benefit as well as the good promises. The Dingley tariff bill which affects the Wool industry more than any other has been endorsed by every wool broker in the land, but as fir as we know, not a single wool-grower's as sooiation in the country has found in it any hope for the betterment of the con dition of the actual producer. The following is an editorial in the New Mexican, which we suspect was inspired by a conversation of the editor with George H. Wallace: The Dingley bill is a farce and a fraud, a veritable "bunco" scheme, as far as the wool producers are concerned, and the man who advocates it is either ignorant of it) real purport and meaning or "has It in" for the wool grower. The adoption of that bill by a republican congress would not add odb cent to the value of the wool grown in New Mexico, and yet we see that the wool merchants of St. Louis, taking, wnai mey are pieasea to designate as "concerted action, looking toward the securing ot legislation believed to be tor the betterment of the wool interest! of this country as affected by tariff laws," have passed resolutions declaring the Wilson bill a failure, and requesting congress to promptly pass the Dingley bill. The press dispatch which brings this news, closes with a significant paragraph reading thus: "These resolutions were signed by representatives of thirty wool Arms and will be forwarded to Washing ton." Ah, there's the rubl These wool firms are cunning enough to' see that they are all right as long as they stand in witb the manufacturer at the far east, no mat ter what happens to the western wool grower. It seems to the New Mexican that it would be wise for the wool growers of New Mexico should call a meeting to be held during the legislative session at Baota Fe, this winter, and try and do what tbey can to save themselves from be coming victims of the Dingley bunco tariff bill. In view of ihe fact that Folsotn is the largest tax psjing preoinot in Union county acd in view of the fact that ber people have been urjustly discrimi nated against and deprived cf a county officer of any kind on the county board therefore they are justly indig. nant and want to seceede from Union county. Medicinal value In a bottle of Hood's tars. parllla than In any other preparation. MorA skill Is required, more oars taken, more eipemo Incurred In Its manufacture. It costs the proprietor and the dealer Mors but It costs the consumer Us$, as be gets more doses for Ills money. More) curative power Is secured by Its peenllar combination, proportion and process, which make It peculiar to Itself. More people are employed and more space oc cupied In Its Laboratory than any other. Mors wonderful cures effected and mors tes timonials received tuan Dy any oiner. More sales and more increase year by year are ri'portou by druggists. MorO people ar taking Hood's Sarsaparilla today than any other, and more are taking today than ever before. MorO Bid stilt, mokr reasons might be given why you should take ri9 n 0(q a Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purifier. $1 per bottle. , j , , r-k-ii eure all Liver Ills and UUUU a fills Blcli Headache, sswinta. CORRECTIONS IN HISTORY. An Old Neighbor or Kit Carson baa a few Things to say of Early New Mexico History, The Kansas City Journal of Novem- ber 16th contains an elaborate, and quite descriptive article, styled "From Kansas City to Las Vegas". It con tains many items of interest and infor mation which should be appreciated by the readers, but in some instances, the writer must have reoeived some erro- nous accounts. The old settlers know nothing of a mountain called "El Moro" from which the town of El Moro is to have received its name. Governor Hunt, who was then connected witb the D. & R G. R. R., could never give any rea son why be named the station "t, Moro1'. The mountain back of Trini dad, known errant of Fisher as "Fish ers' peak" was then, and is yet, by the natives of New Mexico, called, "hi Serro del Raton" the Raton Hill from wbioh the mountain ohain con tinuous to the same derives its denomi nation as "Raton mountains" la Sierra del Raton" This particular hill or peak resembles, at a certain distance, approaching it from the northeast, a mouse, and hence its name, "El R iton" the mouse. Dick Wooten never received a fran. cbise from the Mexican government to build a toil road through the Raton mountains. The greater portion of the Raton mountains are on the limits ol the Mnxwtll grant, wbiuh was ceded by the Mexican government to Bpaunien and Miranda in about 1841 In 18C3, Lueien B. Maxwell gave Wooten the right of way to build a toll road, and about two years thereafter, the legisla ture of the Territory of Colorado gave Wooten a franchise to operate the same. The one he had under the laws of New Mexico was abolished as an act of the legislative assembly of New Mexico in 1872. The statement in reference to Col, Kit Carson, that he did at any time hive an understanding with the In mans that they should make captives ol women and children, of emigrants, and to hold them for a ransom, so as to make a hero of Carson in the eyes of the deluded emigrants, etc.. Is a gross Injustioe and slander to the mom' ory of that noble man, and resented by all those who knew him. Col. Carson was a very just, honorable, and a most unassuming man. He was indeed a hero, but never knew it himself. No Indian or any other person would ever approach bim with any dishonest pro position, ins tame lor integrity was too well-known to all. The only uo derstanding Col. Carson ever had with the Indians tbey well knew, namely, mat they bad to behave or to tight. J here are other erroneous statements in said article of the Kansas City Journal, for instance, that the Maxwell grant contains 8,000,000 acres, that Senator Dorsey's residence can be seen from the railroad track, that the "Cimarron river at Springer" is called in the Indian Territory "the Canadian and several others, but as they are harmless we snail let them be digested by readers without any serious result. or detriment to anyone. The entertainment given at Silver City by the Fort Biyard atheietio troupe last Saturday night at Morrill opera house was a most enjoyable af fair. The house was well filled with I an appreciative audience. Oue of the I leading features of the entertainmen was the performance of one ot the sol diers with Indian clubs, which would! have done credit to a professional per former, also the tumblin?. None But Ayer'i at the World's Pair AVer's Sarsaparilla enjoys the ez traordinary distinction of having; been toe only Diood purifier allowed an ex hibit at the World's fair, Chicago. Manufacturers of other Sarsapaiillat sought by every means to obtain a showing of their goods, bat they were all turned away under the application of the rule forbidding the entry of patent medicines and nostrums. - The decision of the World's fair authorities in favor of Ayer's Sarsaparilla was In effect as follows : "Ayer's Sarsaparilla is not a patent medicine. It does not belong to the list of nostrnme. It is here on its merits." TO CURB A COLD IN ON8 DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund tba money if it fails to oure. 2oo. tf The ladies of tba Christian endeavor society of the Coogregattonai church, Aiouquerque, miena puDiisntng a cook book. It will be a borne produc tion, and will sell at twenty-five cents. me receipts tberein will bare been tried and tested innumerable time by tne nouswives 01 inai city. The owner will sell the Clayton En- terprise for $1,000. This includes tne enure neid. Tne only paper Id the county and the only paper in this land -district. The paper has. the county aod federal printing also a nna fide guaranteed subscription of I 23 subscribers. The material In the olllce alone will lovoioe $1,500. truar. I anteea advertising patronage f 125 00 . . I per month. Keasons for selling pro. prietor wishes to engage in other bus!- 5cB. Watrons Items. To the MlUir of th Ovtie. WaTroUs, N. M , November 27th, 1896, Thanksgiving day was justly celebrated in Watrous, in the usual way, and erjoyed by our citizens, with the the exception of a serenade group, which is said to have been allowed to I wear thomseles out, singing in the oold night air, presumably witb a view to giving one of our dootors a Job. F. 15. Gallsger has been relieved as night operator here and will devote bis vacation, it is said, to hunting. But it Is not stated what be is after, and if bo finds it we hope "be will not let 'et go" Dr. Rolls u very near In shape for another encounter with a bronco. Herman Reicken is getting rosdy to beoome aArt-class entile man, judg ing by the cattle be has bought recent ly. J. F. Wray, the depot agent here, is contemplating a short trip north. In the mind of a fow well informed () partlt, the postoffloe here is al ready "promised." We will watch and see who is disappointed. lloco. Though the Twice-a-Week Republic of St. Louis excelled all other western weekly papers in publishing the news of the campaign, it now announces that it has extended Its news aervioe, and hereafter it will give its n aders the best paper in the country. 'I bis means muoh, beoause the next twelve months will be orowded with news of big events. With all the improve ments to its service the yearly sub scription will be the same one dollar a year, by mail, twice a week. The mercantile firm of Booth & Murray, at Central, has been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. Booth retiring Mr Murray will continue the business, while Mr. Booth will engage in busi ness at Salt Lake City, Utah, for which place he departed last Thurs day. There is considerable activity at the iron mines in Hanover. There are about twenty men employed taking oui ore and twelve to fifteeo teams hauling same to San Jose, fr m which point it is shipped to the smelter at El Paso. Mrs. S. M. Crawford, wife of W. II. Crawford, postmaster at the Mangos, died at the Sister's hospital in Silver City, last Sunday. The funeral took place Monday afternoon from the resi dence of T. N. Childers. Glad She Lives In America. "I'm glad I live in America," said a pretty young woman, talking to a Phil adelphia Inquirer reporter, "because I am never afraid to travel by myself. Last year I was in London and went around with a friend who is married, and we were spoken to in an insulting manner every time we went out. Paris was still worse. People speak of the French politeness, but it is only a veneer. The men would get in front of us on every street corner and smirk and ogle and chatter like monkeys. I'm glad I didn't understand anything fhey said. There are no men like the Amer lean men, and I never was so fully able to appreciate it as I am, now I have seen those of other nations in their own lands. Besides, the girls are treated better here than anywhere else on earth, and I dou't want to cross the ocean any more. " The genial Roy Lackey will proba bly start into business in Clayton about the li st of next month. "Let oarcnts not live for their children. but with them. " The mother should allow no false modesty to stand in the way of her daughter's knowledge of herself, of her possibilities, ot Her penis. For over thirty years Dr. Pierce has used his "Favorite Prescription" as a strength ener, a purifier, a regulator. It works directly upon the delicate, distinctly femi nine organs, in a natural, soothing way. It searches out the weak spots and builds them up. A woman who would understand herself should send 21 cents to the World's Dispensary, Buffalo, N. Y., for Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser, a book of ioo3 pages. CATARRH LOCAL DISEASE and is the result of colds and sudden climatic changes. For your Protection we positively state that tliis rsmedv does not contain 8?-e3r!f, mercury or any other injur ious drag. FIV'Q firPam Ralml fc$X I aii v visum wuiiii nwr in- s i is scanowieaeea to ds uie most moronjn cure for Nsi catarrE,coid in iie.d snd Hay tfer of ail rsmsdies. It opens and cleanses the nasal passages, id innammation, ac the sores, pro- I tacts tbe membrane from colds, restores the senses pi ism ana sniei i. mce ouc ac lirnrcrtsts or by mail. LX BKOTHJK3. 66 Warren Street. New York. Assignee's Notice. To all creditors and other Dersons hold. net or having claims or demands airainst tbe B. G. McDonald company. Insolvent debtor. You are hereby notified, that tha nndnr- eignea, assignee or saia inso vent c ncern, on the 14th day of December, A . D. 1891, and for two consecutive da' s thereafter, and oecween iub iiuum ui ho'ciock a. m. nnii 5 o'clock p. m., of each of said days, will De reaay to ra eive ana adjust all claims and demands against the said tbe K. O. McDonald company, insolve t d htnr. at the office and place of business of tbe said tne u. u. mcuonaia company, in the Fur- long building, on the north sldaor RrMo-o street, anu wai ui mo uriuge over me Ual- ilnas river. In the town of l.as v, b county of fan Miguel, and Territory of New Mexico, at which said ttuifl and nlace all creditors and other persons holding or uiniuiifjg uBumiius aguiui. me saia insolv ent neDtor, tne . tt McDonald company ma irucBiDu nuu itqmrou iu present and nie their said claims for adjustment and cMiuwnuue. T. J. ra vwnnn Assignee of the E. G. McDonald company. j.as vegas, a, St., ov. and, 1803. u tf. CH AFFiN & HORNE Livery Feed and Sale STABLE, Headquarters for Ranchmen. .... Douglas Avem East Las Vegas, flBETTYSBUHO SUIllflUOR MILT01I F. SWEET SPEAKS OF HIS EXPERI ENCES SI11CE THE WAR. After Hiving Safely Passed Through the Sixty Bat tles During the Rebellion He Falls a Victim to Heart Disease On the Advice of a Comrade v He Tries a Well-known Remedy and Is ' Cured. FY On Jfunal-Prtit, Ot CUttd, Minn. Each eey. each ni.ata, each year, the Gran Ax bit of tke KeaaUic is growing smaller. Alas sack hour is seise veterma Utter ef the Jtebellion responHiBf te tit call Utt Urea Omm.uaer aaa jMaiar the aray f the aiiut majority. At such an abu-miaf rate ia She acata rate raereasioj: aasanr the amy membership thai statMtt tiaos tell a taws it will be bat a few yean satin the Veum. will be bat a memory. It fcr this nuM that the eatire public is interested ia kaewiaf when eae of thrir seesaws ia saved treat death, restomd to bat Aunitr asd keeats a health and strong aun, with almost the houyaney of ye- Juki M. McKoivy Post G. A. ft., of St. Cload, hliaaeaota, ooatains oae such, aad his suae is Hittoa F. Sweet. No man staads higher ia th eommaaitT than doee he aad lamurh his strict integrity and hoarety of eaarlcti.a he has won the respect of all who mow hint. Mr. Sweet has lor many years beea a resident of Minnesota, and for the pert tea rears has resided ia this city, where he reaaored from his farm ia Wright Conaty partly to give his daughters, fire in nam ber. the advantages of the superior educational opportunities offered here, the young ladies mw heiag teachers in the public schools of the State. Mr. Sweet is now a man fifty-one years of aye and wa born and raised in Saratoga County, New York, from which State he en hated ia the war of the rebellion on the 23d day of NoTeniber, 1S61, in the SeTentT e Tenth New York Regiment, Company O. Here he serred his country faithfully for three years aad seren months, having been eatgaged in sixty battles, including the bat tle o? Gettysburg- . , . Daring the war Mr. Street contracted heart disease, which was accompanied by xceasiTe aarTeusness. As age increased bis symptoms grew worse and raaay were the remedies resorted to by him without the tightest relief. His constitutional weak ness was such that he was obliged to give np his farm work and take up something lighter, which he did aad has been engaged in cat pet making siaoe taking up his resideace in Be. Cloud, through which he bas maae a aafwrtable limr and has gathered about him an ebundaat supply of worldly goods. Bat let Mr. Sweet tell the sUry of hie re ' ATry to almeet complete health through the ase of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People: "Bi months ago, at the suggestion of a , comrade, wh hd been benefited by Dr. i 'Williams' Piak Pitts, I look up their use, carrying ent the instruction faithfully, awl ! I rery cheerfully stale that they are the ' greatest aerre builders I eer took. They have done me a world of good and I hare I bera greatly be Mated by their use, where ': areryuiiag else I took failed to giro me the rebel I sought for. I have recommended : them M a large number of my old comrades aad it is s pleasure for ase to do so, for I feel that the manafaeturers are deserving of any geed that I oaa do them in ayiag a good word for their prod net, in return for the good : they have desse me. I will gladly reoaimnend these pills to aay one writing me if they doubt the genuineness of this statement." When rater vie wed, Mr. Sweet felt so grate ful for the good that he had received through Dr. Williams' Pink Pitts that he did not have the slightest hesitancy in going on record. His word is considered his bend by all who know him throughout this section. Mr. Sweet is mot the only one in Stearns County who hi Being this celebrated medi cine witb equally good results. Subscribed aad sworn to before me this 13th day of Jnne. 1896. Jambs B. Jkrkard, Notary Public, Stearns County, Minnesota. RKinMEatEn SPKKCHLKSS. PVem Mirtury, Spring Valley, Minn. EDIT " MBBCVBT " The foUuaiiig statements from influential ' aad promiaeat people in and about Spring The Maxwell Situated in New Mexico and Colorado, On the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, and Union Pacific, Denver .& Gulf Railways. 1.SO0.OO0 acres 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, Gram and Choice Prairie or Mountain wen watered and with good shelter, -v nioiug .(..ib kuli Aiuiio, ah Large PasturesFor Lease, x-'-riuun teruinui years, ieno"i IB 1 . - a . TawlUUBUBs un cms uranc.. near its western hnnnrlhrv. nra i-Art th f..mAn cijk ut..M D'stricts of ELIZABKTHTOWN and BALDY, where mines have been successfully opa rated for 25 years, and new, rich discoveries were made in 1895, in the vicinity of w v hv v buauiso Ut.MUAUAa.Al.UJauuuHnrvw L &tage leav" ever mouS, tuetc tanipb, , Inritl r e J. I Hie FerteCt, founded on United I j..;-: ,i it e c r . ui l"5 - supreme V-OUrt. For further particulars THE MAXWELL LAND Raton. New Beifeld's Clebrated Cloaks, First-Class Dressmaking. Goods at Lowest Prices for Cash. MRS. L HOLLEHWAGER. WM. MALBOEUF, inn MGlbliailUlDG Harness, Saddles Etc., The best place in the City toTsuv your GROCERIES. rado, but with lot of as vet nnlocated ground opt n to prospectors on terms similar to aad as favorable as, the United States government Laws and Regulations.- fmniiol ITnrnlioiH Valley, Minnesota, made to your reporter recently couuun suggestions of much interest to reader of your paper. " 1 am a prosperous aad influential farmer living seven miles south of Spring Valley, aad wish to certify my good with as to the wonderful cure perfotoied by the taking of Dr. Williams' Pink Fills. On July 17lh,lM, I was stricken with paralysis, which left ie in a helpless condition. My wife was com pelled to wheel me abent ia a chair. My speech bad satkely left me aad 1 was Beat dew to the grave. I had employed at differ ent tisaes three of Spring Valley's moat able physicians, but thev could do me no good, and after having been treated by a promi nent physician from Etna, but to no avail, I resorted to various medicines, bnt could get no relief. I was asked to try Pink Pills, which I did. "My first box was purchased in April, 185. After having takea the pills a short time I could see an improvement- Finally I could ase my limbs and walk about the house, and to-day, thank God, I have regained ray speech, and I am thoroughly convinced had I aot taken Pink Pills I would now he la terally helpless. As it is, I am compara tively a well man. I trust this may reach many afflicted with the dread disease, and that my statement may be the means of bringing poor unfortunates back to health and strength, as I know Pink Pills will ds the work. "N IWBU, 8KKLY." "I have never in all my life before recommended a proprietary medicine to my immediate friends. But the help I have received from Pink Pills, I feel, jus tiies me in saying that I know of nothing equal to them for the cure of a geaerally broken down system. " They hare truly made a new woman ef me, and for a rapid building up, I know of nothing better. My daughter was in a delh cate state of health and, as a result of takiag Pink Pills, she also is in the best of health bow, aad I can say, in closing, I shall al ways recommead Pink Pills most highly. " Mas. Newell Ixoto." "For years I have beea troubled with salt rheum or eczema, as it is often termed, a continual breaking ent art aver my body. Naturally I have aaed more or less medicine. Seme of it produced a tem porary benefit, but many kinds proved to be positively injurious. As I bad tried almost everything I be ran to feel discouraged, and for a time continued to suffer, until I could taad it no longer. Finally, my brother (Mr. Elmer Lloyd), of the firm of Lloyd A Smith, dmrgit, persuaded me to try Pink Pills, which I did, and after having takea about three boxes I found myself entirely cured. 1 1 is scarcely necessary to say that I have ever since kept Pink Pills in my house ready for any emergency. I gladly speak words of praise for this wonderful medicine, "NnvBLL IXOTD." " I find the Pink PiH excellent for headache. They have cured my htis bend of paralysis and I feel ss if we canne' do without them ia our family. "Mrs. MoktSkelt." "Pink Pills certainly have a great deal of merit. They have cored me of my siek headaches and have built me np gen erally, and I cannot speak too highly of this medicine. I shall at all times speak in highest terms of Pink Pills to my friends and neighbors. "Mns. Ecoene Wilcox," Dr. Williams' Pink Pill for Pale People are now given to tne public as an unfailing blood builder and nerve restorer, curing all forms of weakness arising from a watery condition of the blood or shattered nerves. The pills are sold by all dealers, or will be sent post paid on receipt of price, 0 cents a box or fix boxes for IT2.50 (they are never sold In hulk or by the 1), by addressing ir. vv imams' .Medicine uompany, etnen lady. N. Y. Land Gran of Laid For Fruits grow to perfection. Grazing Lands, Interspersed with fine ranoheasoltable ul iii auts bo sun purcuasor. or;aniencea; ablpplog facilities ovwr two . . . . . .... El 1 .1 J II D MH " If n fia anv romr In I'sli- except .Sundays, from Springer for States Patent and confirmed bv uu wmiiuicu uy and pamphlets, apply to GRANT COMPANY. Mexico. J Now looated on Sixth street, two doo : north of tbe PostofQce, A Specialty. Tbe Finest Line of Stoves and Steel Ranges In the City. Heating apparatus, heavy sheet Iron work, etc, contracted for at the bottom rtr'. T.t n. flsrur nn xnnr wnrlr Douglas Ave. Butcher Shop. Fresh ranch eggs received daily. Bell mora meat for a dollar.itban any market WtaeoltT Sills f . mm al VI UJUXJiMUlU TimnnffanflP 111 (SuooesHor to Coors Bros.) .WH0I.KS4IJ ADD BKTAJI. Dili LIE f" HAEDIARE, LBfflffil, SASH, DOORS, USES, VAEKISHIS Paints, Oia and Glasa. Cerrillos Hard and Soft CoaU EAST LAS VEGAS, S - NEW MEXICO TELEPHONE Ho. SO Goods delivered fret) In city. New Mexico Planing Mill S. A. ClyEMEKT, Prop. BUILDING iYAHrMS OF ML KMS AKD STYLES SASH, DOORS, SCREEN, ETC. Spc'al Pi ices !o Cor tfcctors and Builders In Lumber Shingles, etc. Estimates cheerfully furnished to contractors. Office and Mill Corner Seventh and Jackson Streets, East Las Vegas. TELEPHONE 68. iEX-OXETFIOEZ- Sample and Club Rooms, Corner Blxth Street ai d Douglas Avenue, CHRIS SELLMAN, Proprietor. Cnoicest brands of imported and domestic wines, liquors and cigara always in stock. Polile and attentive mixologists in attendance, day and night. The patronage of gentlemen solicited. 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 County Warrants, eral Land Office Business. Titles Secured Under the United States Land Laws. LAS VEGAS, J. H. TEITLEBAUM. The Cash Liquor. Cfgar and Tobacco Co, TEITLEBAUM AOO Sixth Street, Opposite UK1T1NG IT DOWN FINK. Whiskies. per gal. Boar Mash Bourbon $2.00 " " " .... 2.25 " " " 2.50 Samples om.T 5c, J-Pta.l5c,Pt9.25o Q-s.50c Finer Whiskies. pkr gal. WMfA Rnnan r-lul, A3 nn Milwaukee Keg Beer, So per glass. 50o per gallon. Bottled Beer, 10o, lrtc, 20c, & Per bottle. Sole Agent for "Carlisle" Whisky, 26' U. 8. C'lob "Carlisle", Bole Agent 8.50 Samples lCc.U.ilf ft. 25c, Pts. 50c, Qts. $1, Finest Whiskies. per gil. John Harming ....$4.00 Blle of Anderson , 4J5 Guclienheimer ' 5,60 McBrayer, Oscar Pepper and Yellowstone BAMPLEB, ONLY lOo. Half-piDts 8&c, Pints 65c, Quarts, $1.25. $3.50 per gallon. California ami Native Wines from 25o pep Bottle, and $1 per Gallon, up 49-Bear entrance from Lincoln Aye., between Optic Office and Rosenthal Bmy P. 8. "Press the Button, We'll do tbe rest. O. S. ROGERS, Practical Horse-Shoer LAS VEGAS, N. M.J Rot. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west end o bridge. Special attention given to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith ing and woodwork. All worlt promptly uone and satisfaction guaranteed JOHN R. STILL, Contractor and Builder. Offine OOTt floor wes u. Tn Own, MILLS & KOOGLER, Bucoessors to T. B. MILLS, Established In 1878. , Feal Estate, Mining Represent the Royal Exchange AssuranceCompany, J of London, I ngland ; Assets ' $23,000,000. Conntv and nohnn! hnnHa hnnorht nrt D.ot a;itti. i i . . k - - UB)U. uu - mcos aai.ui. ion iui ;itf UllJft, BUUU BOCUri tlcB, lj&TaTB ItRt Of rannh nnrl l m npirnH nprtnaotv anil nnaw a nnn nnn - ,i v r iS h i i? aDa 80Utbw8tl at prices M. AGUA PURA WnOLESALE PI IDET MfcOl I 'Ulzi &m Stae in Las Our Ice is pure, firm and clear, to our many Office: 620 Douglas Aye., East Las Vegas, N.Hf RATEBI SHOE CO., Uridge Street, Las Vegas, N. M. Gen NEW MEXICO P. 8AVXLLB, JdoaJ & SAVILLE, San Miguel National Bank. Cigars Frum $1 per box opt Chewing a'ld Smoking Tpbacccs From 25c per lb. np Bole Agent (or 'Railsputtkb"' Cigar. Bo BtralghtJ $2.15 per !or. a ss JOHN HILL. COHIEACTOB and BUILDER- Manufacturer of Sash and Doors, Mouldings, Scroll Sawing, Surfacing and Matching JElaning: Mill and Office Corner ef Blanchard street sal Grand avenue. BAST LAS VKGA . NIW ;mi Las Vegas Roller Mild. J. It. SMITH, Prop'r.. Location: On the hot springe branch rail way, Bast Las Vegas, New Mexico. . BRAN, FLOUR, GRAIN! AND FEED. Yonr Patrnnaee Solicited- f Insurance Agts. which challeoge oompetitora. Offiea oo COMPANY DEALRIt IN KIT A IM IMT 7c&s Hot Sns Canco. Csxpsiclt 50.000 lone? and gives entire satisfaction patrons.