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THE DAILY ORTiC.
PUBLISHED BY
Las Yegis Pctllsbing
THE PIIOPLK'S PAPIilt.
Established, in 1879. ,
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itw lnt.tMra or eni'loeure. ',r wtlli
the editor enter Into correspondence concern
1 ug rejected manuscript. '
THURSDAY EVENING. JUNE 7.1900
uecu Y hio, Ccsicuaipaves
& &tttttsxmvft .'cats
physician, but they bad nothing
tLat would reach the t.t.ubie
inter lungs. My wife' father
came to see her one day, when
she got very low. He lives in
Cedar Lake. Wis., while wo
live in Rice Lake, Wis. He
said be knew what was needed,
and made me Ret a bottle of
Acker's English. Remedy for
ConsambUds. ' I went to
Schmidt's, our local druggist.
and cot a bottle, and it helped
- . . i v . i- . . .
ner ngnt away, omiwiraui
$oc bottles, and they put her
back oa her feet and made her
as sound and well as any wo
man in town. She has taken
oa riesn again, is uwui
cough, and if any one who
doesn't know the facts was t
be told she was so near deatn
with consumption, he wouldn't
believe it. My wife does all
her housework, and- at Bight
sleeps as sounuiy as you p vr.vh.voo doubt what 1
fm temng 11. rf 3? yoto see J. N.'schmldt, the druggist who sold m.
A'Rift, o?Con.umpion, He., tel. yo, the same thing H.
cava Ackers fengusn Kemoay m wvuuenui . --- ; ,
it iWld on a guarantee to cure, or money returned, and he never yet had a
tm? E ittore. although he has Mid hundreds of them. My nam.
is Luther Bedell, Rfce Lake, Wis."
. a..ar Rih P m1 i Mill brail drarrlste ander a positive g-oafaateo
United States ani Canada, la Enslana la A, m . jd.. and . 6d.
'e auOorta (A, obex (araai ! IT. H CO iVoprfdor. An.
cffiE"Dnuv's'
PULL a Postal Tett-fraph-l'atile Bui, fir
cill hy tillwr telephone No. , and bare your
W int A: brunrbt to the IUilt Omc office.
Nocharfe to you for n-stf'r service.
V,' ANTED.
AY
'ANTED A GOOD G1IU..
Mr. 11. 9. Uartitess
urisTl'n-A IXJMPET1.NT GIRL. Ar
? T p to Mr. U. T. Lowry. coruir 6th and
wasuiiatoa Lei. -
'ANTF TO BUBROW $250.00 KJK
if ihiwU) twelve moiith at sond luter-
Appiy to 1 u. cr
l.V
FOR SALE
R HALE-TWO
L tlonal caeh register for sale at a baiyain I
by T. J. Kaj wood. . iwin
i grades Hereford Bulls 10 to 17 mouths old
DEMOCRATIC DELEGATE.
Who for Territorial delegate? In
a friendly way and for the good of the
party It Is well that the question
of a candidate for delegate in con
gress should be considered. The
democratic party has many able and
strong men within ita ranks, in New
Mexico, anyone of whom can carry the
democratic banner triumphantly this
tpw. I ia a. democratic year. The
people are so thoroughly disgusted
with outrageous oppression and injus
tice of the so called Duncan tax law
that they are ready to repudiate It at
the polls. The coal oil legal larceny
by which the masses are bled for the
benefit of a few is a nuisance to be
wiped off the statute book. The Otero
faction now running the republican
party with its hand against every old
line republican who refuses to dance
to Otero music is a crowd hostile lo
the best interests of this , Territory,
and whose hold on the public teat Is
to be loosened at the coming election.
Under these conditions democracy
needa a brave, gallant champion, able
to strike strong blows for better con
ditions.' It needs man willing to
take the democratic nomination
against the republican field and to
fight his way to victory. Democracy
does not want a leader In this contest
willing to carry the banner only in
the event that Mr. Perea, or Governor
Otero, or eome weak man Is in the
field. Such a position is not creditable
end Is not calculated to inspire pub
lic confidence. Give us ft candidate
willing and ready to make battle
against the strongest of our adver
saries, ready to take the banner of
the people and enter the lists, against
all comers. We have such men and
democracy should hunt them out. Give
us an early convention and a strong
candidate. Why should we adopt the
policy of a late convention, and give
the republicans all the advantage
which their barrel will confer. Rather
give us an early convention and a can
dldate who has courage enough to
fight the very king of the Oteroites.
If that man be Mr. Sol. Luna with
all his money as the representative of
Oteroism ' the democracy can match
4 him and beat him. If it is to be Gov
ernor Prince, professing fidelity to
silver, while astride of a gold platform
democracy has a man who can meas
ure swords with him on the rostrum.
Who for delegate? How many of
thone favorably mentioned are willing
to take the democratic standard, no
matterwho the republicans may nom
inate. Have our friends in the south
such a man?
For Sale by 0. G. SCHAEFER
IN THE CRUCIBLE
OF PUBLIC OPINION
A Citizen of the Southern Part
or the Territory Propounds
Same Knotty Questions
ADMINISTRATION IS SCORED
A HARD FACT.
Western people particularly can ap
preciate the truth of the following re-
mark by Mr. Bryan recently about
the Boers: '
"The Boers are Industrious and in
telligent, and have shown themselves
lovers of liberty. If they lose their
fight for Independence I hope they
Vlll come to the United States.
wish, they could come soon enough to
help save this country from the im
perialism that to driving them from
South Africa. A small part of the
money now being expended on
war of conquest would, If spent In re
claiming arid lands, furnish comes
for all Boer and thousands of our
people besides."
The People of Southern New Mexloo
Thoroughly Aroused in Opposition
to the Gang Now Bleeding the Ter
ritory; Men of All Parties Unite In
Denunciation of the Abominable
Coal Oil Bill, the Land Leasing Bill
and the Means and Machinations
of the Plunderer of the Peoule.
Special Correspondence of The Optid.
Sliver aty, N. M., June 2d, 1900.
Expressions of dislike and condemna
tion of the present Territorial admin
istration are freely indulged In by the
people of Grant county. In every town,
precinct and home of the county, re
gardless" ".of party ties. On every
tongue is to be heard criticism and
severe condemnation ' of "'Governor
Otero and his leading appointees, es
pecially Mr. Clark, who draws a lucra
tive salary as coal oil inspector for
oil which he never Inspects, and the
Vand leasing commissioners, "who are
ably assisting the chief 'squeeze' "in
robbing the people whose servant he ts
supposed to ba The people of this
county are audacious enough to ask
numerous pertinent questions of hie
excellency questions which they do
not expect-him to answer; for well
does the governor know that the ques
tions answer themselves and that the
people, not only of Grant county, but
of every county in the Territory, know
him - and his appointees whose con
duct upon every occasion can be count
ed upon to rebound to the dishonor of
the Territory.
As an example of the anxiety of the
leading citizens' of this county, whose
desire it is to be informed as to mat
ters connected with the present Ter
ritorial administration, a prominent
citizen, the other day, wanted to know
if Billy Martin, at present a hench
man of. the governor's,, and formerly
coal oil Inspector, whd during his' term
of office, collected over $5,000, had
yet accounted to . the -. Territory for
the same. " ."
"If not," said this citizen, "why not?
Haven't we a solicitor general on
the pay-rolls of the Territory?-Why
doesn't he perform the duties of his
office? There is no Information to the
effect that he 'hat resigned, or that
he falls to present himself at the Ter
ritory's public crib on pay-day, Is
there? Now, why does not this officer
compel Martin or his" bondsmen, to
make settlement of this amount . of
The coal oil bill, furnishes the coal
oil inspector, John S. Clark, It Is al
leged on pretty good authority, with
$10,000 a year, for "services rendered
In ante-McKJnley days. It furnishes
an excellent excuse for the coal oil
trust to derive from the sale of their
uninspected product something like
$100,000 a year. For every gallon of
oil sold In the Territory "Coal Oil
Johnny" gets one cent and the oil com
pany gets twelve to thirteen cents
gallon more than the inspected pro
duct sells for In Trinidad and El Paso.
And it isnl the amount so much as It
Is the principal Involved.
The Baptists are asking for bids and
Inducements from all towns In the
Territory for the building of the Bap
tist college of New Mexico. Else
where in this Issue will be found the
statement of the conditions desired
The town that has the moat to offer,
It seems, will get the college which
on completion will be worth $100,000.
Las Vegas can give as much and
little more than any other town, If It
Is determined that the game is worth
going after. C. C. Walker, Box B,
Aiamogordo, Invites correspondence
on the subject.
People in Raton and Las Cruces, the
former twetny-five miles from Trin
idad, and the latter forty-four miles
from El Paso, pay twice as much for
coal oil as ia paid by residents of the
Colorado and Texa3 cities. Why?
globe by QMt eo-.:tsty pop!9 rfn't
augur much for the future of Otero
and his band of office holders and
henchmen. The watchword or irani
county citizens Is.
DOWN WITH OTEROISM, DOWN
WITH THE COAL OIL JOHN'KIES,
DOWN WITHE THE LAND COMMISSION!"
Depend upon the people of this
county to carry out their motto this
fall.- GOOD GOVERNMENT.'
the governor and his political hench
men. Is in bad repute in this county.
and Is being roundly condemned by all
the best citliens. There are no long
er anr carty ties in this county when est and A .No. 1 security
it comes to discussing Oteroism and
Its followers, and the corrupt laws
that have Seen instigated and passed
by which this obnoxious ring nas a
graft upon the people of New Mexico.
All good citizens, without any re
gard whatever to party affiliations,
unite in condemning the present-Ten
rltorlal administration.
way ia.which it is being denominated
as rotten and unworthy of being inaug
urated dn any civilized portion of the
IS IT THE END OF CHINA.
To those readers of The Optic
who enjoyed the privilege of"llsten-
Ing to the very entertaining lecture
on China by F. X. Schoonmaker, at
the Normal school, a few , weeks
ago, the following editorial from the
New York "Journal" may have addi
tional Intel est: .
It may be that we are looking now
upon the end of the oldest empire In
the world.
"Five thousand years or more ago
there seems to have been an upheaval
in Central Asia, near the Caspian sea.
The "black-haired race" that was etr
tied there began to migrate, part to
theest and part to tie east The
eastward-moving hordes reached the
head waters of the Hoang-Ho and went
on down the river, driving out the na
tive tribes and founding colonies on
the way. These colonies gradually
APPLY TO
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svMitrif. -f .". DK-ntli. All 'UtH tnt.wa
and u rs err n miauy !n)-u
a.. J. A- li hhy. Wontif Mairna.
bKf. I, Ml rl HJ, l, t
Mil Bi H !'''" ft .
j5Ra.oeo.fri a. 1 rcaarr.
Pulley Bolt Buckles Shirtwaist tais
Just Arrived.
r. A. H. CHAl'-JAN I,Oi;E NO.
1 ftii
ViK.SJDg brethren fratprnl! !nTlKl
i. L. M. It, W. M.
0. H. Bpobli, Boc'jf.
at 23c, 35c,
05c, 75C.
Vlalun KnlfbU Cordially welcomed.
, Ll). Vta, K.C.
Q. A. Rorauaa, Ebc
IAS TEG AS KOYAL AECH CHAPTER
J No. & htnuiar conToratlous ttrnl Mo-
warally lotitL H. M. bit. k. f . -
O. It. brUKLCUU. ACUUK PtK T
l.AROK SIZE NA-1 Naw Mexico.
VEKY HIGH
alao sixtjr-seveu rr
urcluuwr, aUo one
TA.RLOR BABBEKShOP. CENTEK Street,
The universal blga grait Hereford heiftm. twenty odd J workmen employed. Hot and oold batsiln
connection.
BUSINESS DIRECT0KY.
AulvM ill huiif-hf tU BU1L D1
span of bonk-a and hack, cfirap for cast), and
two Jeraey cowa. . J.Klaue, EaatLaa Vegaa.
Kesldtuca near Luti property. it-lwk"
irnR MAI.R-a.eoo ACRE? OK1 DEEDED
J1 Land, under funce, well Improved ; I'M
head of well-aradeii cattle. Address
Neafua, East Im Vegaa, N. M.
;.1EXICAI! HATS
New Goods in Intliin Headed Work and Indian Curl-
ILYo, fnr Indian Rooms. Call and Sec Our Goods.
PHIL H. DOLL,
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A..T. &S. F. Watch Inspector, East Las Vegas, in. lit
Agua Pura Company
WHOLESALE DEALER IN ...
PURE MOUNTAIN ICfc
Annual Capacity - - 50.000 loni
Lake and storage in Las Vegas Hot Sprites Canyon. Oct Ic
is pure, firm and clear, and gives entire satisfaction to our many
patrons.
East Las vegas, N. M.
DTNTISTS.
FAR. H. 8. BKOWNTO.N.lsuoceaaar to B
U Williams), bridge atreek
Liu Yataa :
BARBER SHOPS.
FOR SALE V ICO ETA BLE PLANTS. CAUL
iflower. beet, cucumber, tomato and cab
bage plants; strictly first class, for In for-I
niation and prloes. Inquire of B. McNslly,
Gomtales grist mill, west side. lcv-xm
ritory. Indeed, the universal senti
ment of this county is that the gf eat
eet blot upon the good name of the
I Territory lies in the fact that
such 4 .' ' men as Martin are
allowed to fleece the people of the
money justly due to the Territory, and
then be allowed to go free and undis
turbed by the Territory's leading off!
claW, 'whose' duty it Is to punish such
open misappropriation of the people's
money.
Naturally, the people, with one voice
ask, "Why are these things so7".
"Will Governor Otero. Attorney
General Bartlett or'any other repub- J developed into the kingdom of China,
gree.
idle
01 N. m.
-1-V1K HAI.K THK, HANDSOME. STONE
Lnts home, cor. VYasulnKton are. ana
Fifth st. Ten room a bath, attic and cellar.
Tjit. 100x125 feet. Btable and carrlare house.
Will te sold cUean. inuuin at tbis orace. hii
L'OE BALE-OS E-H ALE INTEREST IN A
r a 1 1 ....... v. 1 .... 1. BllIj 1 . u
I KUtXI U.JIIII uUilllCM III ' kwvu -
tlou. Address F. A., care Optic 147-tf
T7IOB SALE -THREE
li , cows, K& SM and Ti0;
take your dick.
ronimo, MM
FRESH MILCH
vouiic and arentles
Address. John fielson, Oer-
177-ot
n . M ....... ........ H pal np Tklf
X' wlui (rounds, oentrauy looatea. civut
years time, bame as rent. Auuress J. x .
care Optic
113-tf
money 7"
i
A number of other questions also
were asked, by this man, who repre
sents the best citizenship of the Ter-
TO WOMEN WHO DOUBT.7
Brery Suffering- Woman Should Read this
Letter and be Convinced that Lydia B.
Flnkham's YfKetable Compound Doe
Our Female Weak new.
"I have been .troubled with female
weakness in , its worst form for
about ten years. I had leucorrhcea
and was so weak that I could not
do my housework J also had fall
ing of the womb and inflammation of
the womb and ovaries
and at menstrual
periods I suffered ter
ribly. At times toy-
back would ache
very hard. I could
not lift anything
or do any heavy
work; was notable
to stand on mv feet.
My husband spent
hundredsof dollars gf
for doctors but I
they did me no
good. After a time .,.. . j '"J?
I concluded to try your medicine and
I can truly say it does all that you
claim for it to do.
Ten bottles of Lydia E. Finkham's
Vegetable Compound and seven pack'
ages of Sanative Wash have made s
new woman of me. I have bad no
womb trouble since taking the fifth
bottle. I weigh more than I have in
years ; can do all my own housework,
sleep well, have a good appetite and
now feel that life is worth living, I
owe all to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound. I feel that jt has saved
my life and would not be without it for
anything. I am always glad to recom
mend your medicine to all my bp?, for I
know if they follow your diroetutui,
they will be cured." -M -M .a
IsoKPiOJT, South Hot Spricjjs, Ark.
Hear official please answer?"
It Is a well known fact to the in
telligent voters of this county that
the most obnoxious measure ever pass
ed by a New Mexico legislature, or
in fact by a legislative body in the
hltory-of this Territory ,was the coal
oil bill passed by the last republican
legislature, which was dominated and
coatroled by Governor Oero. What
was the purpose of the passage of
such an unjust and abominable meas
ure is a question asked by the large
majority of the people of Grant coun
ty- -v
"Why did our own (Grant county's)
representative in the legislature vote
for such an obnoxious law?"
The answer of this gentleman ex
plains the reason, It ig this!
"My voting for the measure was Im
perative from the fact that my ap
pointment as district attorney for the
counties of Grant and Sierra depend
ed upon It. Had I fallec) to give the
measure my support, the governor
would, have failed to appoint me to
the above named office. I was given
to understand this by the governor
himself when the measure came up."
Why did the present incumbent, cor
rupt the- high office of governor by
intimidating the people's representa
tives in the last legislature? Why
did he use the power of his office to
force the representatives to give their
approval to such a corrupt measure?
"If the governor did, during the
legislature, Intimidate the legisla
tors in the matter of the passage of
this measure, in order that he might
give a fat office to the most corrupt
man in the Territory, what wouldn't
he do?," queried a prominent ctizen
of one of the outside precincts, "last
week, when speaking of the matter to
a number of friends,
"What Is John S. Clark doing to
earn his large salary? What benefits,
do the people of the Territory receive
In exchange for the large amount of
money paid him? Will the governor
please answer.
i no peopie or this county would
iiks exceedingly well to know how
much of the oil consumed In this coun
ty is ever inspected by Mr. Clark?
taov. utero will confer a great fav
or upon all citizens, regardless of par
ty, of this county, and the entire Ter
ritory, by answering the above ques
tions.
WILL HE DO SO?
One of the leading stockmen of the
western-portion of the county was
spending a few days in Silver City the
other day, attending to a large ship
ment 6f 'cattle. In talking over Ter
ritorial , matters, he said:
in
i am- not so very well Informed
In Territorial affairs, except In so far
as they effect my Interests In a fausi
est way. Recently, have had some
business transactions with thi. land
commission, which I believe Otero ap
pointed, under the new Yerrltorial
leasing law. After getting mv anrili.
o- ri
which In the reign of Yaous, 2256 B,
C, covered the greater part of the
area included within the present China
proper.
"From that time to th'ls, China has
had a continuous history. In the days
of Yaous, Europe was Inhabited by
savages. Some of them were in the
stone age; some were living a civ
ilized kingdom in Egypt and a shadow?
civilisation in western Asia.- Bt
Moses was etlll a thousand years In
the future, and the Trojan war two or
three centuries farther still. China
was to have 1,600 years of turbulent
history before the world would hear
the name of Rome.
All that tremendous panorama thftt
we call the history pf Europe began
to unroll when China was older than
any European kingdom Is now. The
authentic history of China had been
going on for more than 2,000 years
when the ancestors - of Germans,
Frenchman an4 Englishman were
still wandering savages. It was not
until mow aan 3,000 years after the
reign of Yaou that Charlemagne re
vived the Roman empire in the west
and converted the heathen Saxons
to Christianity with the sword,
"And now the descendants of the
European savages who were, gnawing
roots In the golden age of China are
marching on Pekfn and the oldest
institution of human history
tottering to its fall."
Las Vegas Plume 131. Colorado Phono 111
Las
Vegas
Roller Mills.
4 ...r7 o . i:t, i i n uviTir n.jtM.taik
on h. ft. ireouu. DUIWHHB iur uj uu j, n, njll ill. - riUUllDIUIs
o i i L?.. i. ,HA l..-.l E .kt vauvu' I . I
Wholesale ana Ketaii aeaier ia
Flour, Graham, Corn Meal, Bran
WHEAT, ETC.
Hlb,Mt cash prloo paid for Milllnf Wheat,
Colorado Seed Wheat for Bale In Season.
Las Vegas New Mex.
I
Pointed Paragraphs.
("Chicago News.")
True faith never goes home empty-
handed.
The stars and stripes float on th
wave of popularity.
A penny in the hand is better than
a nickel in the slot. .
The end of the busy little bee is
usually a painful one.
Many a sick man's life hangs In the
balance of the druggist
Absolutely pure milk isn't necessar
ily of the first water.
A falling glass in the kitchen usual
ly indicates a domestic storm.
The more a man has the more he'
wants with the possible exception of
twins.
- The man who doesn't know what he
wants Is always kicking because he
doesn't get it
It sometimes happens that tit
man ho knows his own mind doesn
know much after all.
Some women remind one of a strug
gle between nature and art with art
on top by a large majority,
"The Art of Making Soap" is the
title of a book recently published.
The clean literature movement seems
to be progressing.
. The lion and the lamb may event
ually He down together thai is of the
lamb . survives his experience with
the lying bulls and bears.
unaves county nas had only one
republican official since her inaugura
tion, and bv the wav Chnvon ia lulmlt.
cation, and the money accompanying j ted to be the best governed county in
tne same, and saying the matter would the Territory a democratic record
iookoq into, I have been unable to
get any satisfaction whatever fm. The steel trust has closed down
them. I don't care particularly about I tnree ot lta big mills at Cleveland, O.
the little donation I have given them, I throwing thousands of men out of
out me tew. ttself is a most unjust I employment and refuses to impart any
and 'unheard of measure. I . cannot I 'n'ormatp'on wnen tey will start up
see therein It benefits anybody but I aSam- Perhaps they are some of
those mills that are going to open up
If McKInley is elected" again.
the land commission.' and
i can hear, the commission, of which
Otero seems to be the main manipu-
llW.ll. ' n H,. I .
w uo,ra, ,a mawng a pretty
1M out of the law. I under
stand thai it o ii j .
. mc6CT1 some very
questionable doings upon the part of
mis commission has been going on
and I bave no doubt that the renort.
are far less ru than the actual acts
and doings themselves."
The administration of Governor
Otero, with its obnoxious coal oil law
passed by means of the intimidation
and pressure brought fo bear upon Ihe
last legislature, which might possibly
have done better, If allowed to run
its own affairs free from the Inter
ference and meddling upon the part
of Otero and his corrupt followers,
and also a leasing law with Otero as
its Cod-father, passed by the last leg
islature at the Instance and request of
XR SALE A K1RST-CLAKS "REMINO-
ton" tyoewriter lu perfect condition, in
ulre at tbis office. lot-m
T ADDISON JACKSON, M. 1 . (GRADU- I Off ICC
tf J Btt) University of Vermout) Physician I v
d Burgeon, fuerto ae Luna. it. ra. -u-
620 Douglas Ave.,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
EORGB 1'.
VI Las
numl C.UTlMllUlinnlltKIUVCA
Immature stock at I.Wea;h. good pedl- I National Bank, EaatLaa Venas,N. M.
UWCV ITTnBMBV.AT. I
and Assistant United States At tor-1
Dev. offleo in urockelt ouuains. s.asi ui
Vegas, a. m
XITILLIAM B. BUNKER, ATTORN K Y-A t- I
1 V law, 1U, Mixta Mtreet, over nan aufue
Buck wort U0S1 Dointa, P. E. Crablree,
dge. aduress Mrs, fc. k.
Chase, Maxwell
i;-lro
nRANK SPRINGER. ATTORNKY-AT-
r law. Office In Union Block, olxth Street,
East Las Vegas. M. M,
T 0. FORT, ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW Offleo,
1 i Wynian Block, feast Las Vegas,
TT V. LONG, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
X-J Wyman Bl.ick, bast Las Vexas,
Las Vegas Iron Works
Foundry and Machine Shop.
Mill and Mining Machinery built and Bepaired. Ma
chine work promptly done. All kinds of casting
!e. Agent lor Chandler & Taylor co.'s
ines, Boilers and Saw Mills, Webster and
on fiasoline Engines and Bolsters, Tump-
r ing Jacks. Best power for pnmping and Ir-
rigating nnrposes. No smoke, no danger.
Call and see us.
.Tlmade.
( ,,Vl Engine
2Jt- V J Onion
J. C. ADLON, Propr., East Las Vegas, N. fll.
time. Hame as paying rent.
care uptic.
Address J. T.
-tf
TTOR BALE AN ELEGANT HOME IN E
r Las Vet-as with all modern improve
ments. Address A. li., care Optic. lld-tl
T?0R SALE. BUHINE8S HOUSE, TWO
X story 7 room dwelling on same property
good location; tbla is a bargain,
A, uptic onice.
ress
TTV)R SALE. ILLUSTRATED BU1LDINU
f edition of The Optic, lQp a copy, a(
this eAtce.
MISCELLANEOUS
A. Bbsbt.
1. M. BDSD1
IUMBEK OF ALL 8IZRS DELIVERED TO
J auy part of the Territory at reduced
prices.
Write to J. B. Vaur, Sapello P.O.. N tt,
UST KECEJVJin
A JOB.
fj pets and
prices, n. baufui. & Brt
hand qealer-
OF CAR-
111 $ell at bargain
129-tf.
HENRY & SUNDT,
Contractors
! Builders.
TABLE WINE BUYERS.
may be as sure about the age of ew
Vines as they would be of the youth
of a maiden in her teens. What's)
more, our goods have a first quality
which makes them doubly worth
keeping In the wood till the day off
their maturity. Clarets, burgun
dies, port, etc., each and everything;
on our list is a golden 'triumph of
the vintage. -RAYWOOD
& CO.,
W. End Bridge.
ft 0 TO THE OPERA CAFE. THE BEST
I of everything in season and out of sea
son; short order: ouen duv and nlEht.
153-75 Landls Stephens, Props.
ILL EXCHANGE.-FIVE TO TWENTY
thousand dollars cltv lmnrov-eu real
estate. Rented to good tenants- Will trade
for established business or merchandise. Ad
dress B, Optic. 7tf
on
FOR RENT
"Estlmaues furnished free,
stone: frame or brick buildings.
Manufacturer of
5ash and Doors,
Mouldings,
Scroll Sawing.
Sur acs and Matching,
TJOR RENT-THREE 4 ROOM HOUSES
JL Prince Street, betweeu (jraud and
road Avenues. Enquire of A. T. Rogers,
Crockett building t0
5SE Planmg Mill and Office,
f i. ..! f "NTotinTiol Rfropt. audi
..r., ., .... .11 .. .1. ,,,.., iiunniiillllll. I JM. . .. I
I1 ed, on south Uth street. Enquire of U I Grand EvenU6. ' Last L&S Veg&.
FOR RENT A FURN1SED HOUSE, IN-1
aulra at corner Lisutu aud Nat'l. St. 75-tf I
- i .. fjfi
,aM-aSai;fer.....Hr:.-,l ,. ,. ,,nf-,i,-r. n . I,.M-' r
E. VOGT
FOR RENT A RANCH JUST OUTSIDE
of city limits, on the line of railroad
north of the cltv.
and National St.
Inquire corner Eighth
JD-t.1
CV)R RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
L' three-room cottage; also elegantly fur
nished rooms, single or en suite. Apply Mrs.
uume, cor. lugntn ana jackdon. uh-u
T7OR RENT ROOMS WITH BOARD IN
JP private family. Apply Mrs. Payne, 71U
jucuson st. jos-ti
& CO.,
Sanitary Plumbing
S. E. DEARTH,
Undertaker and!
Embaimer
IOR RENT-THREE NICELY FURNISHED
V rooms (or light housekeeping, apply Mrs
Ward. 81 a National street.
leo-tf
70R RENT WITH GOOD BOARD ONE
V or two newly furnished rooms; bath, hot
and cold water; no Invalids In the bouse;
good references. Cor. Eleventh st. and vo-
1 umbla ave. 15-tr
FOR RENT t ROOM HOUSE FURNISHED
alao i room house furnished. Oast of 6a-
itarluni, apply Mrs. M. Ureen. . lau-tf
ITiOR RENT-FOUR ELEGANT ROOMS.
V new house, north l'2th st. Apply Perry
Onion, etar second band store. 100-1 1
T7MR RENT-NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM9
X with or without board. Hath and tele
phone. Lutz residence, cor. Sth st. and Wash-
lngton ave.
154-tf
OR RENT COR. SEVENTH AND MAIN
sts. (Sellman bouse) Apply v, W. Uoi.don
148-tf
THE MONTE CARLO HALL. COR. 12TH.
National streets will be given fres for
ball and party purposes, by giving notice a
few days in advance, Cordova & Montano.
t40-lm
L'OR RENT. THE ROSENTHAL HALL
P can be had for all balls, socials, etc., etc
Rosenthal Bros.
65-ly
T7IOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
r room with bath. Best location in the
city, apply 403 th St. Hft-tf
SOCIETIES.
TjlL DOkaDO LODGE NO. 1. K. of P., meets
JFJ every Monday at 8 p. m.. at their Castle
Hall, third floor Clement s block, cor. Sixth
Street aud Grand Avenue. J. BiaHb. CO., Geo
Shiild. K. of R. 8., Baol Roscnthal, M. of V.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD, MONTE
suma Camp No. i, meets first and third
Wednesdays of each month In l.O. A. U. M.
bAlL Visiting sova. fi"f-Wn"' Invited
G. M. BiBDiAlA, 0. O
E, McWcMis, Clork. -
WILLOW GROVE, NO, 8, WOODMEN
Circle, meets socond and fourth Friday
of each month in J. O. U. A. M. hall.
Auodstb E. Bchults, -Guardian.
: Bertha 0. THOKiiHiLL, Clerk.
P. O. K. MEETS FIRST AND THIRD
Thursday avenlnes. each month, at
Sixth Street Lodge room. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited.
- T. K. Blactsit,
A. R. QrriHLT, Exaltod Ruler
Sec'j. ...
IO. O. F. LAS VEGAS LODGE NO. 4. meets
every Monday evening at their hall,
Sixth Stieet. All visiting brethren are cor
dially Invited to attend. F. H. ScnuLTa, N. G.
H. T. Uhsbll, Bec'y. W. K. Chites Treas
S. li. Dkabtb, Cemetery Trnsteo.
WELL SAID.
Any newspapers In this Territory
defending the coal oil law passed by
the thirty-third legislative assembly
of New Mexico is not wortby the pat
ronage of any honorable American citi
zen, be he republican or democrat
The New Mexico politician U a daisy,
watch him. White Oaks "Eagle." "
Some way Mr. Overstreet'a proof
that the tariff does not help trusts
the least little bit seems altogether
too easy. It will not do to touch the
blessed, bloomin' old (tariff, no matter
what iniquities it fosters. Mr. Over
street would do well to read some of
the opinions of etauu-ch republican
statesmen and papers about the tar-Iff-beneSted
truata, and what congress
ought to do In the premises.
REBEKAH LODGE, I. O. O. F. MEETS
second and fourth Thursday evenings
of each month at the I. O. O. F. hall.
Mas. Eva John, N. G.
Mas. Ola a Bux. Bec'v.
AO. V. W., DIAMOND LODGE NO, ,
meets first and third Tuesday even
ings each month. In Wyman Block, Douglas
avenue. Visiting brethren cordially Invited
V. H. JAMESON. M. W.
Gso. W. Norma, Recorder.
A. J. Wsara, Financier
TTOPE LODGE NO S, DEGREE OF HONOR
XI Mets First and Third Fridays in A. 1
TJ. W. Hall. Mas. Nam iiucson.
hlrd Fridays In A. O.
AUffitOM,
Recorder.
Mrs. F. W. Flick, Chief of Honor
Notice to Contractors.
Bids for handling fuel on A. T. & S.
F. Ry., will be opened in the office of
Mr. C. F. Eessegule, general super
intendent, Topeka, Ks.. on June 25th.
Parties who wish to enter bids for
handllDg of fuel can obtain specifi
cations by adresing Mr. Ressegule,
as above. CHAS. F.
mot. A.eut
Steam and
Hot
Water Heating
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE.
Shop Corner Seventh and Douglas
avenue.
Telephone 160.
A. C. SCHMIDT
Kannfaotarsr of
i7aps.f Carnages,
And dsaler Is
Haavy Hordwara,
Ivory kind of wagon material on. hand
ia.'toshoetnc and repairing a specialty
Sraad and Manianarst Avoouss, Bast L
ssaa.
Myer Friedman & Bro.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND
WOOL DEALERS,
Las Vegas N. M.
Hesser's the Han
WINTERS DRUG CO.,
"Plaza Pharmacy."
Dealers ia Drugs, Medicines end Chemicals.
Patent medicines, sponges, syringes, soap, oombs and brushes
perfumery, fancy and toilet articles and all goods usually kept
by druggists. Physicians' prescriptions carefully compounded. '
and all orders correctly answered. Goods selected with great
ears and warranted as represented.
Solo Agents for the Columbia Phonographs
and Phonographic Supplies.
Las Vegas. - - New Mexico.
If in a HiiFFy
of Goal orioadof Vootf
For the finest line of
beautiful designs of
1900 WALL PAPER.
Come and examine my large stock.
Over i ooo samples to order from;
prices I.om 3c per roll up. OpposiU
San Miguel Bank.
1 I
.1B 'or
telephone
James O'Byrne,
Colo. 'Phone 55,
. Las Vegas 47.
Cor. 12th and Mml
AtlHtrlnsind Sizmfor
Tbe fl m n n m ml 1 hr th r
lrte AtMrk. Ilsu
of lmiUtic
A
a f . 1 4
MW. .rv.,
i f M' ,Z ''I-
B. PATTY.
. Y SOLE -AGENT; r"" "
BRIDGE STREET, - UAi ,VEC
Printing Blaterial at a Burgaia
This office still has quite a good deal of second-hand mate
tcrial left which can be purchased at a very low figure. Note
fome of the prices for individual j ieces. If entire lot ia,
taken a
REDUCTION OF 25 PER CENT
will be made. All fig-ires are on a cash or bankable paper
basis :
One 8x12 Old Style Gordon; been in use a good
. many years, but still capable of doing flrst-
class work ... . . . . . , .
One job stone 26x38. , . . ... , ;
Three newspaper stands at $2.00 each 1
Onewater moter . . .....,,
lyiir cap cases, 50c each . . . ;
reyeh Idwer, cases. 50c each .
.Jlave j-tur old files of periodicals
bouo4 ttThiOptio offlcs. ' 1
$50.00
4-00
6.00
25.OO
2.0O
3-50
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