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OFFICIAL PAPia OF LA VQAS.
DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE CALL.
call for Meeting of the Democratic Ter
t . Irltorlal Central Committee of
New Mexico.
Becuiqvarteri Democratic Territorial Cen
tral Committee, Santa Fe, X. AI., Feb. Hi,
am.
Pursuant to the authority vested in the un-
H..iirti.xl m Chut rmtMl l)f the Democratic
tViitnil '.nimltt of New Mexico, a meeting
of s:iid Committee is hereby called, to bo held
tits headquarters, in fnnta Fe, e Mexico
ot. Saturday, the lTth day of March, A. I).,
IKK), M t o'l-liH-k n. ni., on said day, for the
purpose of calling a Democratic Territorial
f t,. il... i'!Ll' to the Denio-
cratic National Convention to be held at
Kansas t'lty, Missouri, on the 4lh day of July,
A. !., HHHi, and for the transaction of such
other business us may codjo before the Com
mittee. a fn fittMniliincn nf the members of the
Committee at such meeting Is earnestly re
quested. CUAS. F. HA.-Lf.l ,
Attest; Chairman
A. B. KENEI1AN, Sec y.
WEDNESDAY EVE., MARCH 14,1900
A FRIGHTFUL EXPERIENCE.
One of the most touching exhibi
tions of nerve and courage, and the
capacity for endurance, physically
and morally, that has been lately
known Is the case of George Milan,
a cowboy on the "Diamond A" ranch
In Grant county, New Mexico. Milan
was some distance from the ranch
when he accidentally shot himself In
the foot, Inflicting an ugly and pain
ful wound, rendering his walking
back to his headquarters absolutely
Impossible; so squatting down and
thrust ir.g his lame foot In front of
him, 'he used his hands to support
himself and as propellers. He pro
ceeded up the road In exceeding slow-
ness and pain, when night overtook
him. The sharp rocks lacerated his
hands, but desperation lent him ex
traordinary endurance. It seemed
to him that an eternal darkness had
visited the earth, and that he was
the sole object of its envelopment
Inch by Inch he fought the discour
agement of apparently illimitable dis
tance, pushing up the weeds and trash
with his wounded foot, like the bat-
tered prow of a disabled ehlp slowly
plowing the Impeding waves.
Added terrors were In store for him
however. As night moved on, he
heard the hungered htwl of "lobos'
or big wolves, and he bethought him
self, too late, of his pistol. What
was his horror to learn that he had
dropped it at the place of hia acci
dent. No lonely traveler on the
steppes of Siberia ever combatted
the wolfish hordes of that desolate
region under such difficulties. It
seemed that God had deserted the
weak. The cold of a November night
under the cold glare of the unpitying
BtarB, added to Milan's suffering. The
hot breath, of the wolves, the hideoua
, noise of their snarling and snapping,
told him of his most Immediate dan
ger, and predicted a death to which
the -beautiful illusions which accom
pany freezing, or even death from
exhaustion and hunger, were pain
less Joys. "In the fever of his desper
ation, the sable wing of night seemed
fringed with celestial light, and In
the madness of despair, he sat amid
the circle of his destruction and
fought with rocks its contracting cir
cumference. Two cowboys riding along the road,
observed the strange trail Milan's
lame toot had made. ' It seemed a
puzzle these experienced trailers and
plainsmen could not untangle. Fol
lowing it, however, they came upon
the unfortunate Milan, and rescued
him from a frightful death. Such Is
the suffering the hardy frontiersman
Is sometimes called upon by an un
compromising fate to endure.
MR. BRYAN COMING.
Mayor Marron has received word
that the Hon. William Jennings
Bryan will arrive in Albuquerque on
the night of April 13th, and will
spend the day following here. In the
evening he will speak on the Issues of
the day. From Albuquerque - Mr.
Bryan will go to El Paso and thence
to San Antonio. Albuquerque "Journal-Democrat."
This will put Mr. Bryan through
Las Vegas either at 12:45 o'clock or
3:25 p. m. on that day. Friends ana
admirers of the man who has high
.hopes for the presidency should ar
range to give him a cordial reception
as he passes through, or, better still,
to have him change his dates so as
to stop over here one night and give
us a speech on the Issues of the day
from his viewpoint, -which is that of
the masses of the people. We prom
ise him a packed opera house.
ADVANCING PRICES.
The present high price of lumber
and its future scarcity have caused
architects to study how to build with
the use of the least possible lumber.
Albuquerque "Citizen."
Not only has the price of lumber ad
vanced greatly, but during the past
few months, hardware and builders'
materials generally have gone up In
cost at an alarming rate and at pres
ent there Is no telling hut what they
may go still higher. The price of
nails has gone up twenty-five cents a
keg within the past few weeks, and
window glass has made a' big advance
also. Builder and contractors are
somewhat apprehensive lest the
prices will "go -still higher. Some of
them fear that this advance will re
sult, in a cheek to building operations
next season, as builders' materials are
now higher thrn for a long time, and
there is nothing in the fi:Uire to indi
cate that they trill fall again.
;3A-H MEN SUFFER.
-f '-' ! per ton on -ft-hlt"
Va r-mnved. While the
subscriptions (o The Op-
price for
Eczema!
The Only Cure.
Eczema is more than a skin disease,
and no skin remedies can cure it. The
doctors are unable to effect a cure, and
their mineral mixtures are damaging
to the most powerful constitution. The
ivhole trouble is in the Mood, and
S.vifi's Specific is the culy remedy
w hich can reach such deep-stated blood
diseases.
Zvzem broka outtm my daughter, and coo-
nufd to spread nntll
her head was entirely
cot red. She waa treated
by aereral good doctor.
but gra wore, and the
readful disease spread
to her lace. She was
taken to two celebrated
health sortngs. but re-
celyed do benefit. Many At- w'i-!("
patent medicines were taken, bnt without re-
Bulb, unill w utrmra to iry o. o. o.,uu vj
time Ihe flmt bottle waa flniBhed, her head be
mi In heal. A dosen bottles eured her com-
filetely and letl her skin perfectly smooth. 6he
a now sixteen years old, and has a magnificent
growth of hair. Not a sign 01 me oreaoiui
disease Has ever returned.
H. T. 8hob,
S701 Lucas ave., St. Louis, Mo.
Don't expect local applications of
soaps and salves to cure Lcrema. They
rpscii oniv the sunace. wnue mo ui-
sease comes from within. 8wift's
Specific
S.S.S.rfh8Blood
h the only cure and will reach the most
obstinate case. It is ar ahead of all
similar remedies, because it cures cases
which are beyond their reach. 8. 8. 8. is
purely vegetable, ana is tne oniy uioou
remedy guaranteed to contain no pot
ash, mercury or otner mineral.
COOKS maueu iroo uy onut ujm,iv
Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
t i c, and printed matter generally fur
nished to our natrons, remains the
same as ever, the members of the pa
per trust have put up their prices on
us nearly 50 per cent AC this rate
our profits are cut to a close margin. 1
In this connection, we are glad to
note that the Pennsylvania editorial
association has, as a body, denounced
the paper trust, declaring that if
trusts are organized honestly to re
duce expenses and consequently the
cost of products they should depend
on their own business sagacity and
not upon protection given them by the
government. "Holding this belief as
to all trusts, and believing that the
recent increase in the cost of white
paper and type metal is due in part,
at least, to the organization of trusts,
and that it is made possible by tariff
duties, we appeal," says the resolu
tion, "to congress to repeal such tariff
duties as eeem to protect the trusts
in their extortionate charges."
The ladles of the Preshyterian
church at Deming gave a dinner, Sat
urday, for Its benefit, charging the
destructive price of twenty-five cents.
As the same dinner, in its elabora
tion, must have- cost their husbands
seventy-five cents, God bless the wo
men! It has always been a puzzle
how the church workers could get up
their dinners and fill people at twenty-five
cents each, when the raw ma
terials for the same must cost their
dear, unsuspecting husbands twice
the amount, but, then, they are en
abled to -work like Trojans, and can
stand a loss (on the husbands' side)
that makes them believe , they are
making great money.
The present city council and board
cf education are composed of repre
sentatives of all political parties and
are excellent representatives of the
people's interests. Not a member in
either body can be classed as a
"dyed-lnthe-wool" party man.but they
ill work together as one man for the
city's welfare; therefore, why should
party lines he strictly drawn and
partisan politics be resorted to to
nlace party interests above those of
the city?
The spring election will occur
three weeks from yesterday. Let
the citizens of this beautiful and
growing little city get together, issue
call for ward and city primaries,
nominate a citizens ticket, not a par
tisan one, and then let the nominees
be none but honorable, energetic men
who have the city's well being sin
cerely at heart
Another society appointment by
the little governor is that of Harry
A. Alexander, general passenger and
freight agent of the El Paso & North
eastern railway, to be a colonel on
his staff.
The people of Albuquerque are con
fident they will get the viaduct and
the extensive improvements that the
Santa Fe railroad company contem
plate building in the windy city.
At a special meeting of "the Albu
querque city council, action was taken
to compel payment for the construc
tion of a sidewalk.
The smallpox at Cimarron is now
confined ,to the family of Mr. Giles,
near Alexander McKingres.
A SURE r.lEBIGKJL
HiKDsoii, V. , Dec. SI.
I bats been suffering from female weak
ness for four years, and have taken many
medicines, bnt Wini of Cardul and B ack
Draught bare done more for me than any.
tbinf else.
MBS. CAROLINE EVANS.
- T4TS l3JiE's
K Is a mistake to take any and every kind of medicine when you are
sick. There is danger in it Most of the so-called cures for " female
weakness" do nothing: more than deaden the pain temporarily, and when
the effect wears away the patient is weaker and sicker than before. It is
never wise to take chances. You have only one life, and that is dear and
precious. If you have any pain, ache, disorder or weakness in the femi
nine organs, nothing will help you like Wine of Cardul It helps do
away with morning sickness during the early stages of pregnancy, and
modifies the pains of childbirth; recovery is rapid and future health is
assmed. The Wine is rurelv veg
etable, being made Of herbs whose
medicinal properties act directly
upon the orpans of womanhood.
It is a Jong-tried remedy, and has
many years of success behind it. It
is sure. Why Uke a chance meJkine
Druggists sell Large
COURT INFORMATION.
Terms of the District Courts In the
Judicial Districts,
SUPREME COURT.
Meets in Santa Fe ou the first Wed
nesday after the first Monday.
TERMS OF DISTRICT COURTS.
First District: In Santa, Fe, Uni
ted States court First Mondays in
March and September. Santa Fe
county First Mondays In March and
September. San Juan county Third
Mondays In April and October. Rio
Arriba county Second Mondays in
May and November. Taos county
First Mondays in June and December.
Second District. In Albuquerque,
United States court Third Mondays
in March and September. Bernalillo
county Third Mondays in March and
September. Valencia county First
Mondays In March and September.
Third District. In Las Cruces,
United States court First Mondays
in April and October. Dona Ana
county First Mondays in April and
October. Grant county First Mon
days in March and September. Otero
county First Mondays in May and
November. Sierra county Fourth
Mondays in May and November.
Fourth District. In Las Vegas,
United States court Second Mon
days in May and November. San Mi
guel county Second Mondays in May
and November. Union county First
Mondays in March and September,
Colfax county Third Mondays in
March and September. Mora county
Third Mondays in April and Octo
ber. Guadalupe county Fourth Mon
days In June and December.
Fifth District In Socorro, United
States court Last Monday In April
and second Monday in November.
Eddy county Fourth Monday
in
February and second Monday in Sep-
tember. Socorro county Fourth
Monday in April and second Monday
in November. Chaves county Second
Monday in March and fourth Monday
in September. Lincoln county First
Monday in April and third Monday In
October.
The Dunkards.
The Dunkards are among the most
IntereEtlng, remarkable sect in Amer
ica, Tfiey are a peculiar people in
customs, faith and - habits of life,
Their dress is modified German peas
ant, , habit of 100 years ago. They
seldom live in cities and are beset
with few wordly ambitions. They be
lieve in a literal interpretation of the
Bible. They have love feasts and
wash each other's feet They greet
each other with the kiss of charity,
They practice anointing with oil and
laying on of hands. They baptize
by immersing three times head first,
They pay their ministers no salary.
There are more than 100,000 Dunk
ards in the United States. They are
not to be found in any other part of
the world. Few Dunkards are poor,
none of them are rich. They have
comfortable homes. They are honest,
Industrious, sober, thrifty, kind-heart
ed, charitable and generous.
But you were perhaps at the opera
house Monday night and are better In
formed of the peculiarities of the
Dunkards than are some of those who
staid away from "Too Much Money,
and have forgotten much that they
once knew about a class of citizens
who are harmful to nobody, not even
themselves.
TWENTY YEARS AGO.
March 14th, 1880.
There .was a cold snap on.
W.- H. Shupp was back from Trini
dad. Louis 'Sulzbacher had sixty -four
civil oases in court.
Ralph Robinson had sold out his
interest in the boarding car.
A party of seven Lincoln county
cow boy had been taking In the town.
J. W. MoCoach, of La Cynge, Kan
sas, was the new agent at Springer
station.
"Tamarack," a noted Co'orado
three-card-monte man, had cast his
lot among us. ,
The San Miguel national bank re
ceived its wealth from the U. S.
treasury department.
The first railway postal route had
Just been established in New Mexico,
the terminal points being Las Vegas
and Santa Fe.
Frank Mooney, steward, and Miss
Maggie Strawpert, housekeeper of
the Hot Springs hotel, would be mar
ried next day.
Conditions Not Desirable.
From the Roswell "Record."
Delegate Perea has at last given
up all hopes of getting New Mexico
admitted as a state. Few people had
any idea it would be. Conditions
are not ripe for the change at the
present time, and will not be until the
Territory is in a shape to shake oft
the notorious incompetents who now
hold the reins.
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UlltS' ASVIS3BT ItrAITHilT.
ForndTlee In rnwt rfqmrm .p.Hal
"' to-. I iuttanoum, Tnn,
when you can get a sure medicine?
Bottles for $1.00.
hint U 1 1 h f i a i 1 1
Many children look too
old for their years. They
go about with thin faces and
sober manners not in keep-
no- with robust childhood.
If it's your boy or girl, give
'Twill fill out the hollow
places, increase the weight,
id bring a healthy color
to the cheeks. The im
provement continues long
after they cease using the
Emulsion. Get Scott's.
ioc. and $1 oo, nil drugipsu.
SCOTT & BOWNE; Chemists, New Yotk.
RAILROAD RUMBLINGS. '
There's a half-fare Ucket at the de
pot here for a young man named Joe
Goss.
The wife of Engineer Davis has
been visiting former neighbors In
Albuquerque
Conductor Qulnlan and family, will
soon depart for their new home in
Salt Lake City.
No reliable news from the new time
card, now being prepared by the San
ta Fe authorities in Topeka.
It is thought there will be two
transcontinental passenger trains
provided for in the new time table.
Trainmaster F. C. Fox left Thurs
day for La Junta; thence he goes to
Topeka to assist In arranging the new
time schedule.
Mrs. E. P. Ripley, wife of the presi
dent of the Santa Fe company, was
bound for California, with a party of
friends occupying special car No. 218,
this afternoon.
The forestry division of the United
States agricultural department has
Joined the Santa Fe railway system In
the inauguration of an innovation in
American railway methods the rais
ing of tie and pole timbers by the
road itself.
The old rumor has been revived
that the passenger conductors on the
Santa -Fe will run from Trinidad
through to Albuquerque, under the
new schedule, they and their families
removing from this city to the latter
place. This report remains to be
verified, however.
The Denver & Rio Grande railroad
has, upon application of the Territor
ial republican committee, granted
one fare rate for- the round trip to
delegates to the Territorial conven
tion at Socorro, Saturday, March 17th
and the Santa Fe railway will sell
tickets at one and one-fifth fare on
the certificate plan.
Western roads are voting on
proposition for rates and arrange
ments for the biennial conclave of the
Knights of PyUiias to be held at De
troit, Mich., August 27th, to Septem
ber 1st. It has been estimated that
there will be an attendance of 8,300
at this event, 3,000 of which will be
from the western territory.'
The passenger department of the
Rock Island road has Issued a very at
tractive and useful little pamphlet
entitled "Some Queries Answered,
It is a concise and thorough statement
of the passenger train service of the
entire system, and must prove exceed
ingly convenient for the patrons of
the road. Connected with this is
second publication, entitled 'Lights
and Shadows cf a Trip to or From
California," with full and particular
information concerning that branch
of the service.
The passenger department of the
International & Great Northern has
issued a new wall map, showing Its
line and tributary country. It Is one
of the be3t specimens of largo map
making ever turned out by one of the
largest map making firms in the coun
try.. It has been brought up to date
and will answer all the ordinary re
quirements of the business man or
anyone else for a map of Texas and
adjoining eountry. A copy of the map
can be obtained by sending seven
cents in stamps to D. J. Rice, general
passenger and ticket agent, Palestine,
Tex.
MEXICAN EWES.
The Highest Price Paid for This
Class of Sheep in Five Years. -
To the "Breeders' Gazette."
We cannot give a very accurate
statement as to the Mexican ewes
which we old in Chicago weighing
eighty-eight pounds, during the week
ending February 21st, as we did not
weigh the lot when they came in be
cause the scales were out of order at
our farm where a part of them were
fed. We estimated to weigh seventy
pounds. We bought them at Wagon
Mound, N. M., and they arrived here
In Kane county, November 11th, 1899
ror the flrst two weeks, they were
fed corn-fedder with the ears on it in
pasture, then taken up into the feed
yards, one-half of them being fed In
closed sheds, the other in open lots.
The ewes in the open lots were fed
shredded corn-fodder and oat straw
with one feed each day cf whole corn-
fodder with the corn on it and shelled
corn twice a day at the? rate of two
pounds per day on the average. The
sheep that were. In the enclosed
sheds were fed cat straw and shredded
corn-fodder for roughness, with three
quarters screenings and one-quarter
corn-meal mixed and fed in self-
feeder. These have eaten at the rate
of two and three-quarters pounds per
day, but have not eaten much over
one-half cf the rough feed. Since
the sale of the first let of 550 of these
sheep at $5.15 we have sold one load
of the same lot at $5.25, which is the
highest price paid for this class of
ewes in five years. These sheep have
all made a good profit.
MILLER & CATLIN.
Kane Co., 111.
The Optic office ia the only
place in the city or Territory where
you can g.t emlwwii work none. We
are prcp.ii-e.1 to do that cla3 of work.
83 tf
Till.1
lilii
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(For Special
WE WANT HEADS
Of men end boys to fit our bar
gains in hats. We have the larg
est stock In town and the novel
tics of prevailing styles, and your
exact size.
Wo dress the men complete with
styles that are neat
LEWIS SHOE AND CLOTHING CO.
No difference whether this Is the
19th or 20th century.
fHE QUALITY
Of our shoe are the best Work
ing Men's lines at the following
Trlce3, $1.50, $2, and $2.50 per
pair.
THE COMMON SENSE BOOT AND
SHOE STORE.
Bridge St. C. V. Hedgcock, f rop.
MRS. R. S. KENESTRICK,
Has moved to the west room cf
the Crockett block, and is pre
pared to do dressmaking In the
latest styles, on 6hort notice.
Also has a lot of ready to wear
spring hats on display and at
prices that will interest buyers.
A MAN WITH A FIT
You can always tell tliem, they
look so different from other peo
ple, and if tou should ask him
where he got It, he would tell
you at
GEORGE ROSE'S,
The Tailor.
He ia up-to-date. 129 R. R. Ave.
AS IN A LOOKING GLASS.
I produce all the newest novelties
In art photography, every photo
graph is a work of art, and our
Drlces are as low as others. We
do everything In this line.
J. N. FURLONG'S
Photo Studio, Douglas Ave.
I SELL THE EARTH.
In large or small parcels, and
Here are a few bargains. A four
room house furnished, $950; a 3,000
acre improved ranch, $3,500; a busl
ness location the best, $1,800 to $2,
500. Geo. H. Hutchison.
GEO. H. HUTCHISON & CO
New Optic Block.
Gold Band Ham and B. Bacon
Finest In the city. Try it and
you will use no other.
JAMES A. DICK.
Phone him. The Grocer.
SMOKERS
Will find the most complete stock
cf tobaccos, clears and smokers
articles Jn the Territory. Also
choice wines and liquors. Whole
sale or retail.
Lemp's celebrated St, Louis Beer
on draft or bottle.
J. B. MACKEL,
Cor. Douglas and Grand Aves.
IT'S NOT THE COAT
That makes the man, it's the
, whole suit. It's material, style, cut
and general workmanship. I will
insure you a'l these essentials.
New goods arriving dally.
THEODORE ARNST,
The Tailor,
LADIES" WILL BE INTERESTED
To know that I am now receiving
daily consignments of the very
latest .and freshest millinery
goods from the leading fashion
' center of the east. Stamping
done to order.
MRS. WM. MALBOEUF,
Sixth St. Millinery and Dry Goods,
AT THE ANTLERS,
The new Silver Sour. The opu-
sasa, the only drink. Try . our
Cobblers and Punches. Also our
Cohosette Punch. Our .brands of
whisky Bond and Llllard Bour
bon, Goromer & Nulrich's old
, . Marquette Rye, Old Crow and O.
P. C. Taylor.
ANTLERS SALOON.
Rawlins House. W. W. Rawlins,
Boss.
IT IS NOT -
how much we make, but how
much we save" save money
by buying your groceries at
'' '. ' O. K. GROCERY.
East of Bridge, A. C. Anderson, Prop.
DID IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU
That smaM stores often have large
bargains.
I have just opened one of these
small stores, with a complete
line of
CLEAN FRESH GROCERIES.
The price as well as quality will
please you. ' L. A, BOND,
South Side Plaza. Grocer.
WE WASH BEFORE WE IRON
Then give you that rich gloss
finish that characterizes perfect
laundry work. A trial will con
vince you that we are onto our job
'Phone and the wagon will call.
LAS VEGAS STEAM LAUNDRY.
A. O. Wheeler.
WHO WOULD SMOKE
A pipe when first-class cigars are
cheaper. Look at this list for
this week only:
Jewells $1.50 box, 60.
El Negrito $1.75 box, 50.
Queens $2 box, 50.
Henry George $2.25 box, 50.
Morey Cabinet $2.25 box, 50.
American Popular $2.25, box, 50.
International $3 box, 50.
Hoffman house $3.50 box, 50.
C. D. BOUCHER,
Bridge Strt Grocer.
IT IS OUR BUSINESS
To dispense health-giving pres
criptions in the right way. It is
a business which we have not
learned in a day, but only after
years of bard, steady, persistent
work and study. We use pure
drugi, com pound thera accurately
fcfld charge aa honest price.
O. G. SCHAEFER,
C-ar House Corner. Pharmacist
p'n
Features.)
SOME BARGAINS
IN HOSIERY.
A neat clean stock of all kinds
of Bhoe3, at reasonable prices.
STROUSSE & BACHARACH,
Opposite Castaneda hotel.
FOR THAT HUNGRY FEELING
One of our regular table de hote
dinners will give you instant re
lief. A meal "ticket is a perma
nent cure. Twenty-one meals $5,
home cooking, good service, clean,
newly furnished rooms.
THE HUNTER HOTEL.
Mrs. M. J. Hunter, Prop.
IMPROVED HORSESHOEING.
There's r.o part of a horse that
requires more attention than his
feet. Every time a horse is
brought into our shop the feet are
examined" and defects in previous
shoeing are corrected. We charge
the same old price.
A C. SCHMIDT,
General Blacksmlthlng
and Wagon Builder.
Words of Praise.
The following clipping is taken
from the Girard "Press" of Glrard
Kans., relative to G. C. Ragan, the
new west,. Bide photographer:
. G. C. Rasan in order to accommo
date those who are still wanting" work
done, has made arrangements to stay
till the 15th of May. At .the expira
tion of that time he will go to Hast
ings, Nebraska, where he has bought
a studio. Mr. Ragan Is as line a pho
tographer as there is in the state of
Kansas, and those wanting any work
in his line will do well to call on him
before he leaves.
CLASSIFIED ADV'S
Advertising: rates In this column are one time.
S cents a line; one wie, ao cents a line; two
,j"Hi tint; inree weeks, 40 cents
line; one month, 50 cents
WANTED.
IAX WANTED. -
-TO LEARN BARBER
-i tradn. On v
pcoal inducements this season; Illustrated
-miaiofrufl, mup or city and souvenir mailed
free. Moler's H.-irhl- 'flol Imimv Hun f,Vnnciui.n.
v itiuiiriiiit. lno-im
1.. .
AX ANTED. A COMPETENT GIRT, FOR
' ' neneral housework. Apply to Mrs.
D. Hlmins , lootf
lrANTEO. WASHING. IRONING OR
V work by tbo day. Apply at Wooster
ll' ANTED. A GIRL FOR GENERAL
ft house-work. Apply at 005 Fourth st. 105t3
WANTED.-AN EXPERIENCED QITARY
mini; rent free; two niilus south o
town. v. Ij. Brown.
104-M
WANTED. TO LOAN MONEY AT 8 PER
rvnt nn Las Vcpas real estate. Address
it. a. f rontioe. Las upas, N. M. lM-lni
YffANTF.D.-A GIRL TO DO GENERA
. housework. Inquire at II. O. Coors'
corner bixiu ana naslilnnton sts. loatf
"IVANTED-TO RENT, LEASE OR SELL
t ie second nousenoovn 1 in Huriitnrlnrr,
fifteen ortw'inty acres of land. Apply to Mrs;
M. Green. our
FOR SALP,
TjXR SALE. A FIRST-GLASS COUPON
T tlt-k-et, to Chicago. Address P. O. Box Q,
FOR SALE. FURNITURE OF A .FIVE
room house and bath at a bargain. House
bright, sunny and very desirable. All com
plete ready to fro to houso-keeplng. East side.
Apply to Wise & iiOKsott. 108-t2
FOR SALE. HORSE, BUGGY AND UAR
ness; one saddle horse, saddle, one single
horse, one cow. Apply to John Ott, coj-ner of
Sixt h and Main sts. lOitf
IpOR SALE. BUSINESS HOUSE, TWO
story 7 room dwelling on same property;
good location; this is a bargain. Address
A, uptic otlice. 2tf
r,X)R SALE. SECOND-HAND GOODS OF
an kinds. K. Manner, second-hand store,
racing east on f ountain square. 8ltf
?OU SALE. ILLUSTRATED BUILDING
m. eoinou 01 The Optic, 10c a copy, at
bills IMIILC. Sill
LWR SALE. THE OLD ACADEMY Bill LD
J lug on Douglas avenue, cbeun. or will
rent rooms in same cheap. Address II. care of
wptic.
IfOR SALE. SCHOOL DESKS, DOUBLE
a. aim single, goou as new, and pine benches;
also, a large bell.sul table for church or school.
Address this oltiee. 33tf
IWU S A LE 80 ACRES FINE MEADOW
1 and alfalfa laud, six room house, shed
stables, grain room and a pasture adjolulng.
.me-nuir nine square, good water right, pro
perty vitnin half a mile of east side postolli
title, l'rice iis.000. Also about
VM-ev f land, five acres seeded to alfalfa,
, j w 3 piace xor a aairy, east or tie preserv-
ni'.nB, uiri ci.iast lILie, price miw. A
strip or lana on Mora road near Hark ness
place, price $3,000. Call at Optio office for
"""reus. 172-tf
MISCELLANEOUS
WILL EXCHANGE. FIVE TO TWENTY
thousand rlnllura oltv ImnMvc mui
pstato. Rented to Rood tenants. Will trade
TUP PttT.fl 111 tIHM iMieiiiikuu rf niLnihonIIca A 1
dress B, Optic. 97tf
fUMUUSTS WHILE AT THE SPRINGS GO
east corner of the Springs park and hire a
ffOOd. entitle Stlfillfi nnnv ni mnrAthun ounflo
FOR RENT
TOlt RENT. A SIX ROOM COTTAGE AT
I I.HS Vpuns ftnt, Hnrlmra with iHinu-o lint
uuu cum water, ana commute v fnrniheri.
o-ltyiy ui luuiueziiuia notci. ltnti
FOR RENT.-A FOUR ROOM COTTAGE,
on south Eleventh street. Apply to O,
.1. Boyd
106-tf
IjOR RENT. ONE FOUR ROOM, NICELY
furnished house, on Griiiid ft vennA An.
ply at t'.iWofitce. lostf
XJfcWl FURNISHED ROOMS, CEN-
hot and cold water; t-Iectric lights and tele-
niune; prices iciisoiuiDie. Apply at stone
niuar, r.li'VClll 11 aim VJOlUmDlaSls. ,. lll,)tl
IJHK KK. I . NMV SIX ROOM BRICK
1 bouse wi(h b ah. closet and sink: laree
...... mm m, mi, , 1, my one oiocK irom plaza.
Inquire at IlaldV e. o. d. loatf
IOR ItENT.
1. furnished.
A SI Y ROOM HOUSE. UN-
wlth modern inmmvempnia
near Aormal school. Inquire of Veeder &
V'eeder.
io-if
TOIt ME"T. ROOMS IN THE LLTZ HOUSE,
i. single or en suite. . B6-lm
pOR RENT -TWO SOUTH FRONT ROOMS,
a. inquire at 711 Maiu street. tetf
T7OR liKNT.-CHEAPFURNTSHED B50M8
. second house north of Wooster house,
ti rand avenue. 9-lm
7OR RENT.-ONE FURNISHED ROOM
1 with privilege of light housekeeping.
Mis. S. u. Davis, ou plaza. ?s-lm
FOR RENtTaT LASVEG AS HOT SPRINGS
two cottages for Unlit housekeeping. Ap
ply to Ralph GohlUe. Hot Springs. Tdtf.
r: Olt RENT.-NTCKLY FURN ISHED FRONT
' room in small family. Inquireof V.V.
rtitu-ii. tenu-r litocK.
KOB REST.-THE ROSENTHAL HALL
I can be had for ail balls, socials, etc.. etc.
Rosenthal Bros.
65-ljr
CP.
C& Macianerpa end Unou Avea.
Eiectiic Door Bells, Annunciator?,
Kuijriftr Aiartus and Frtvate
Telephones at Reason
a'r'e Rates,
UXCIUN'litf BATf.3 mmrx
n?n'K'F.: $'-6 per Annum.
'Ii-Ii't Sri,: J15 per AnniiMi
5T LAS VLGA!
r mi
tHOj, W. HAT W ABO
THOS. W. HAYWARD & SON,
SIXTH STREET, EAST
FIEADQUAETLES FOB
Fi& Pcnltry, Bcms Rendered Lard Hans, Eaccn, Pickles, Etc.
Bpawn Work,
Carved Leather Gooao,
Mexican Curios,
at P. H. DOLL'S,
The Sixth Street Jeweler.
(B p-
Qo You Use Paint)
Most of the world does and most of the
world uses
The Sherwin-Williams Paint-
Its made to paint buildings with,
inside and outside. It's made ready
for tlie brush. Its made for home use
and for practical painters too. It's
pure lead, pure zinc and pure linseed
oil, mixed by specially made machinery
1 operated by experts. It 's made for you.
f
Mm ruth f$i friwin
SOLD BY
II. 0. COORS,
Cor.
iMmmiM.t
r tit . -yir
S R. -DE ART.
Myer Friedman & Bro.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND
WINTERS DRUG CO.,
"Plaza Pharmacy."
Dealers in Drags, Medicines and Chemicals.
Patent medicines, sponges, syringes, soap, combs and brushes,
perfumery fancy and toilet articles and Sx goods nsually keA
' Arngg'tS- y'Pwscnptionscarlfull VompoLdeT
!d.a.UHrderS to"SBQ7 answered. Goods selected with l
care and warranted as represented. Ereal
Sole igents'for the Columbia Phonographs
and Phonographic Supplies.
Las Veffas, -
Las Vegas Hot
A HEALTH RESORT.
tontezunia end Cottages. R!ountaj.i House and Annexes
Mineral Spring!. Baths, Peat Baths. Hospital Mon
taa Ranch ano Eot Houses, also Parks ano! Extensive
THE
lJlmh0t?. Rt La9 VeSas Hot Springs, N. M., has
been re-opened. Vtsttors to this famous resort mav L
1
.iters ana attipie or
hx vacation outlr-i
Procure RllraMnnm o..,..,. , ...; t
Unt r "-wnamuauuria Et reasonable prices. 1
tgiis not fcpnnrs is one ,, t', ,.,n
Civil, , ia.iy sausiaciorv
R.K.y woantain resorts. It has every esntiatUie riht a'ti.
He, a perfect ciinwt, attentive surromu!;., 'ZaUI,
LAS VEGAS, N. M.
Havajo Blanlxe to,
$r O
(3
0
R. R. Atc and Nnt'i St
A GOOD STANDBY.
to have in the house, when the bleak
winds of February and March chills
the marrow and makes the clrcuhv
tion sluggish, Is our pure and finely
flavored Puritan Rye whiskey, It Is
the best that is distilled, and has that
rich and oily consistency only pro
cured with high grade goods. Our
stock of wines, whiskies, liquors,
beers and cigars are the choicest that
is made.
RAYWOOD & CO, N. E. Bridge.
European Plan
American
The Plaza Hotel,
J. E. MOORE, Prep.
Las Vegas, New Mexico
Free Hacks to and
from all Trains ....
Undertaker and
Emb aimer
g3
, WOOL DEALERS.
Las Vegas N. M.
... m,
Springs, N. M.
W. G. GREEKLKA
ilansger.
.'he
t.e
,u'iouaD,y Puttie for several hundred rues
T-wtunity fot recreraica. The ideal place

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