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FRIDAY EVENING, AUG. .'.7, 1900.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
WILLIAM J. BRYAN.
ADLAI E. STEVENSON.
The question I not what we can
do. but what we opght to do. This
nation can do whatever it desires to
do, but it must accept responsibility
fop what It does. Bryan.
The anti-imperialists will do for
Bryan In this campaign that which the
gold democrats did for McKinley In
the last presidential contest help
The Agua Pura company wants $80
a year from the city of Las Vegas for
each fire hydrant and only $65 from
the county of San 'Miguel. Why
this discrimination when the city is
good pay and the county isn't?
Theere promise to be some rich de
velopments In the hearing In the case
of Jose L. Perea, collector and treas
urer of Bernalillo county, In Las Ve
gas on the 20th Inst. The questions
raisedwlll not be so much of law as of
Abe Vorhees' head may not be as
Jong as his legs, but the Katon attor
ney's political pole (pull) may be long
enough to knock tie persimmons In
the matter of the appointment to be
JJ. S. attorney for the district oi New
The late Senator Ingalls was elxty
8lx years of age and a year ago his
'health was such that he could not
attend the funeral of his second
daughter, Mrs. Robert Porter Shlck-
- who died at Reading, Penna., w"hlle he
was In the southwest
An exchange sums up what Roose
velt said in the forty-one speeches
he Is said to have made in the canvass,
as follows: "We can lick anybody.
I can lick anybody. I can lick China
men and wolves and democrats. I
am glad I am running. 'Trippe,
trappe, tropjes, the Boers are' on the
kopjes? Hurrah for America. Hur
rah for me!"
Some criticising people In Las Ve
gas seem hot to remember the fact,
if they ever knew it, that the board of
education on the east side was repub
lican, with a single exception, when
it was proposed to vote bonds for the
rection ot a new public school build
ing In this city.' However, there is no
politics in city school matters, neith
er will there be so long as the pres
ent board is in office.
Charles W, Bridges & Co., real es
tate dealers at Indianapolis ,Ind
have offered for sale a 24D-acre farm,
a cottage, five city lots and twenty
lots in the Indiana gas belt, the whole
valued by them at $11,200, on the fol
lowing terms: - The purchaser to pay
the full valuation of $11,200 If Bryan
is elected, and to get the property for
nothing If McKinley wins. Straws
show which way the w'nd is blowing.
The republican party in New Mexi
co under its present ,self- assumed
leadership is nothing if not cowardly
and fearful : of consequences. The
white feather has again been shown
In eelecting such a late date, October
3rd, for holding their nominating con
vention In Santa Fe. However, they
will be sadly disappointed this year
in counting on the purchase of votes
at so much per head. The people are
being Informed on the Issues at
stake as never before In the history
of the Territory and the usual repub
lican tactics will fail of success at the
polls' in November.
FREE TO POSTMASTERS.
The Denver "Times" is the only
daily newspaper we know of that reg
ularly remembers postmasters with
free copies. San , Marclal "Bee.
And there are reasons for It The
"Times". is backed by W. S. Stratton,
with his millions, it gets a good slice
of the republican slush fund in Colo
rado, then it must re-build itself to
former position and proportions In a
field full of enterprising newspapers
that have been thriving like the pro
verbial green bay tree and somewhat
at the expense of the Denver "Times
that goes to the republican postmas
ters in Its patronizing section, with
out money and without price."
ANOTHER CONVERT TO BRYAN.
Hon. M. C. C, Chi'reh, of Parkers-
burg, West Va., who was one of the
founders of the republican party.who
established and edited for many years
V..' "irate Journal" of that city and
V n presented it to the republican
:y : .ud who has been one of the
I;--, t 1 beral contributors to the cam
1''gn funds of his party and a life-
nn?T n n TP
hi r . H hi
The majority of persons upon reaching middle age and past
find their blood becomes weak and thin, and diseases that were
easily controlled iu earlier life beeiu to affect the constitution.
H. iic.l tn rrnfnTa Canrer. Rheumatism. Gout
t I ;n tv,.n v,,, . thrv
j longer able to properly
' of hie the blood must
j these poisons, and nothing so surely and effectually does tins as b. fc. t. - -
S. S. S. strengthen and enriches the blood, improve the appetite, and builds up the general constitu-
tion. - It is not only the best blood purifier, but the best tonic for old people. It warms the blood, tones up
I the nerves, removes all taint from the blood, and prevents the development of disease,
jt; S. S. S is the only purely vegetable blood medicine known. Not one particle of mercury, potash or
other mineral poison can be found in it, and it may be taken for any length of time without harm.
S S o is the only remeay mst reacnes uetrp-scaicu uwu uuuum onuiuio, vmnxi, uciuiiw.
tism, Eczema, Tetter, etc It purifies and restores the blood to a healthy, normal condition, and makes it impossible foe
ny poisonous waste materials to accumulate. ' " , , .T
if h. .n nld runninp sore or an obstinate ulcer that refuses to heal, or are troubled with boils and carbuncles, try S. S. S.
It never fails to make a quick ana permanent cure oi inese jicsia. u uui ;ui Uu Uuwu uu
the need of a tonic, S. S. S. will strengthen and help you as it has many others to a happy, healthy old age.
8. . 8. cured Mr. II. Borden of aaumsvilie. Vs., of a case of
Ecraa of thirtv-five years' standing, after the beat physicians
in the surrounding country had failed. This was seven years
ago, and there Has Deen no return oi inc owwe.
if m, are In doubt about your disease,
eive vou any information or advice wanted, for which we make no charge.
-i . . , j i t,; i. ... Jlrlnn il 1 Jilmi Crt SummAk
UOOK on liiooa ana oam uixaxa kui
S. S. IS THE IDEAL TONIC" AND BLOOD PURIFIER FOR
year, in his letter Mr. nurcn say,
among other things: "There Is no
reason why true republicans, who
know the origin of the party and Its
principles, should not vote for Mr.
Bryan the chosen leader of the peo
pleIn this crisis of our ' country's
history. He calls himself a democrat,
Let the writer add another word, 're
publican,' and It will stand tor all he
represents a democratic republican,
the same as Mr. Lincoln."
POINTS IN BANKRUPTCY.
The first Impression or construction
by any court of general jurisdiction of
one of the most important provisions
of the United States bankruptcy laws,
section 70 of 1898, has recently been
made by Judge Russell, of New York,
in a case brought before him from
Denver courts and Involving a number
of Denver parties. The point decid
ed by Judge Russell is a provision
that has given attorneys for creditors
of bankrupts no end of trouble. V '
The provision referred to sets
forth in general terms, that if any
creditor shall receive preference from
the debtor over other creditors and
shall have good cause ,to believe that
the debtor is at the time Insolvent,
it shall be held that he has been treat
ed as a preferred creditor and that
the transaction is illegal, providing
it was made within four months be
fore the debtor was declared a bank
rupt. The trustee In bankruptcy of
the debtor can recover for the benefit
of other creditors. - r; i : . .
From the terms of the-provision it
is easily seen why It is calculated
to make creditors of bankrupts other
than those preferred, suffer. It is
much like the "reasonable doubt" In
struction given to Juries. It must be
shown when the trustee In bankrupt
cy seeks to recover from a preferred
creditor for the benefit, ot the credi
tors In general, at the time his debt
was paid he knew the debtor was In
solvent. This point . had never been
passed upon by any court until Judge
Russell decided it in a case brought
before him by Attorney Ernest Mor
ris, of Denver. The title of the case
is "Sllberstein, as trustee, against
Stahl Jr., and others."
OPPOSED TO TRUSTS.
The synod of the Lutheran church
in session at Laporte, Indiana,, and
representing the states of Ohio, In
diana and Kentucky; has gone on
record in the discussion of the labor
question as strongTy and unqualified
ly opposed to trusts and their machin
ations. " ' . s
In the general condemnation of
trusts and combinations of capitalists
the present tariff law was denounced
as being responsible for the advance
in prices upon many articles of Utili
ty, the sentiment being expressed that
robber monopolists are not. only
worse than thieves and robbers, but
are commercial and Industrial anarch
ists. .. . H
The particular feature- of the delib
erations of the conference has been
the strong position taken favorable to
the recognition of the Just demands
of labor and the bitter excoriation of
trusts and denunciation of legislation
which oppresses one class and gives
special privileges to another.
The action of the conference, while
free from any professed political pre
judice, Is accepted as significant and
as meaning that the Lutheran church
means to take no uncertain position
in Its defined policies.
They are. doomed to so much suffering.
But are they doomed? Is not the suf.
ferine the result of conditions which un
der skillful treatment might be entirely
cured? Thousands of women who had
been great sufferers, have learned that
suffering was unnecessary after -using
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It
heals diseases of the delicate womanly
organs and banishes the headache, back
ache and other aches which, are the con
sequence of these diseases,
"Favorite Prescription" Is absolutely
temperance medicine in the strictest
meaning of the term. It contains no
alcohol and is free from opium, cocaina
and all other narcotics,
" urroU ytu for advut Febnmry 4th, lRo6,a
writes Mrs. Loiua Haiatrad, of Cmreraofff. Chef,
okee Iat., Ind. Ty. I was racktEif with pmin
from the beck ot my htad flown to my Iteeis,
Had hemorrhage for wet .i at a liiur. and vsi
unable to t tip for ten minutes at a time. Voy
answered my letier, advised me to fesse your
vtUusble medicines, viz.. fir, Pierce's Favorite
Prescription, ' GniUeri Medical Discovery,' arid
' Picstit Pellet,' etso j-ave advice atxiit in
jfcaofs, baths and dirt. To my surprise, in
K'ur m uuris frcm the tune 1 :n your treat
ment 1 was n we'll wuiriiin and hae n,t hd the
backache mi-e, and now I put in sixteen hours
S dnr at hard work."
,-:,. 1: .. ...n - !' ! to r-o"-f't TV.
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ap - e the blood, so lonir tainted and weakened by accumulated waste matter, is no
nourish the body, and it become an easy mark for disease. At this critical period
be re-enforced before it can perform its legitimate functions and rid the system of
Mrs. D. k. Johnson, of Blaekshear, Gt,m for years afflicted
with a severe type of rheumatism, and had used every remedy
known and recommended as a cure without receiving; any
benefit. S, 8. 8. promptly reached the seat of the disease ana
made a complete ana permanent cure,
and will send us a statement of your case,
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THE LATE SENATOR INGALLS.
The Kansan as Viewed Before Death
By a Writer for the Denver
Although his language was two
edged and acrid In his treatment of
public questions, especially topics
that concerned party topics. John
James Ingalls Is in temperament and
personal habit gentle whether he Is
in touch with a profound 'and solemn
thinker, a professional humorist, a
woman or a ten-year-old boy. His
gift of adapting himself pleasantly to
surroundings is remarkable.
He is tall, gaunt and as whimsical
a3 neat as to dress. Two gentle eyes
beam out through his constant gold
rimmed spectacles, and a scrawny
moustache rolls over a mouth when
he speaks. His is a low, quiet voice
from which rolls a vocabulary thit
is not only extensive hut picturesque.
Simile and epigram flow from' him
without hesitation. He Is a natural
poet and loses himself in high color
reveries when striking scenes or in
cidents confront him.
Mr. Ingalls is as true a light in
domestic ways as was the late Col.
R. G. IngersoH, whom he greatly ad
mired personally. He Is as thorough
ly an agnostic as was Colonel Inger
soH, although only his closest friends
hear much of his speculations on
"The great mystery on the otherside."
He says that he doesn't know, , and
that he will not permit it to trouble
him. His amiable wife and their six
children at the Atchison home never
found reason to change their claim
that he was the best man alive. Nor
did his aged parents whose gentle
and quiet life in Massachusetts was
brightened twice a year by a visit
from this ever dutiful son.
Years in the lower house In con
gress and in the senate did not offer
Inducements sufficient to lead Mr. In
galls into the many questionable
schemes that offered vast fortune.
He cared not enough for money and
regarded personal integrity too high
to sell. He went back to private life
nearly bankrupt. He had been
caught by the disastrous collapse of
the frenzied boom In Kansas. Al
though routed he was not dismayed.
He, quietly went to work to regain
his losses, and by lecturing and news
paper writing he was soon able to re
establish himself and family In safe
ty and comfort His two sons proved
to be worthy young men and so it
was that misfortune had but a short
sway in the Ingalls home. ,
Mr. Ingalls has always been sharp
in denouncing what - he has termed
the whimsical "issues" of Kansas, no
tably prohibition and woman suffrage.
He is a total abstainer as to liquor
and chivalry Itself as to womenbut he
has believed that laws prohibiting the
sale of liquor in one state while it is
permitted in surrounding territory is
a humbug and he holds that women
suffrage is a failure because it Is not
at this time womanly. "There is
really no born right to vote," he has
said: "It Is merely a permission.
The great trouble now Is that we have
too much suffrage. Too many men
who should not be allowed to vote
are through faulty laws made con
trollers of this government."
; After his retirement from the
United States senate Mr. Ingalls spent
a year traveling abroad and wtile
there outlined a political novel that
he has worked upon for years but
has never completed. He told a
friend two years ago that so much of
his time was required In lecturing
and dally newspaper writing to sup
port his family and save his Atchison
home that he found no time to make
his book as he would have it finished.
Several times it has 'been said that
he had a desire to return to public
life, but If. he ever entertained the
notion, no political opportunity ap
peared. If his forced retirement
through the changes of party fortune
or misfortune, his step from the pres
idency of the senate to the walks of
private citizenship was a bitter dis
appointment to him as has been
claimed he has never given public
exhibition of it
Belgian Hares of Pure Blood.
The only full-blooded strains of Bel
gian hares in this city are owned by
Sibbley & Jones. They have1 six dis
tinct strains of full-blood hares,
which they received by the fanciers
at Los Angeles, California. Their
rabbitry is headed by Lord Cayenne,
Jr., whose service is $10. Sired by
Lord Cayenne, the finest hare ever
imported from England. They have
also strains headed by Rufus Roy
Gold Dust, Britain's Bob and Alert,
Pedigrees furnished with every ani
mal sold. Visitors always welcome,
SIBBLEY & JONE3.
231-1 2t' Prince St
Fercy Hagerman, treasurer of the
and other hereditarr trouble may escape
our physician will
Cn Atlanta Ca
WHERE WILL IT END? '
Where is this 'business of annexa
tion to stop? We have got Hawaii,
Cuba, Porto Rico and the Philippines,!
and there is a division of public opin
ion as to whether we want them or
not We gained these possessions at
a great sacrifice of life and treasure,
but now comes a country offering Its
self as a free gift Switzerland wants
to be made one of the United States.
This unique proposition has been hit
upon by the people of that country as
a solution of their tann trouDles.
The protective tariffs of European
countries, says Consul General Guen-
ther, at Frankfort, excludes the prod
ucts of Switzerland, whose industries
find support only In free trade Eng
land. The proposition talked of to
create a tariff between Great Britain
and her colonies is regarded with ap
prehension. Such action, it is said,
would involve Switzerland in indus
trial ruin. Her statesmen are In
clined to seek an alliance of Switzer
land with some foreign country.
TRACK AND TRAIN.
Mountain engines 952 and 982 are up
Seven cars of borax from Arizona
went east today.
; Forty-one new., pilots have been
made and fitted to engines In the Ra
ton shops the past two months.
Robert W. Denny was notified, at
Raton, that he had completed his ma
chinist apprenticeship the 3rd . Inst
Tazwell Smith is now engine host
ler at Raton, in place of Pete Mogen
sen, who now has the switch engine,
Firemen Fish-burn and Strawmat
have gone to the Chicago division,
where they will be regularly employ
ed. . ' ,
. Engineers Schock, Wicker, Wolf and
Woods left Las Vegas today for the
Chicago division, running out of Mar-
W. McPike, the conductor wno fell
under his train at Torreon, "Mexico,
and lost a leg, has gone to New York
to secure a wooden limb.
A Santa Fe conductor and a brakesman
on a lower division were sus
pended twenty days for not giving
proper attention to hot ooxes.
John E. Jenkins has resigned his
position with the Union Pacific at
Topeka and accepted a position as
cashier for the Rock Island at Chick
asha, I. T.
E. M. . banjule and family have
moved from Barstow, Cal., to Gallup,
where Mr. Sanjule has tjeen appointed
division foreman, made vacant by the
promotion of E. H. Harlow.
Boilermaker Robert Cunningham re
turned to Raton from Topeka where
he was in the hospital having his
eye treated. His. sight was saved and
he has reported for work.
Conductor Pollock, of the White
Oaks route, was married to : Miss
Phillips of El Paso, Texas. The
bridal pair left for the City of Mexi
co, on their wedding trip.
Engine failures are very scarce on
the New Mexico division these days.
Only three passenger engine failures
occurred last month which Is con
sidered a remarkable record. Raton
Passenger Conductor Sloane of the
Mexican Central, who was recently
poisoned while on his run iri Mexico,
has resumed his place and Conductor
Foy, who has been relieving him has
returned to his freight run. ;
W. Stanford Patterson, who has
been a stenographer in the office of
the Grand Canon Railway at Williams,
Arizona, has taken a similar position
in the office of General Manager Ne-
vln of the Santa Fe Pacific at Los
A. F. Youngston. of Las Vegas, has
gone to the City of Mexico, out of
which he wiij have a run as conductor.
Mr. Youngston Is a young man, but
his long service in New Mexico
showed him to be a No. f In every
At a conference between the Albu
querque city council and General
Manager Mudge, of the Santa Fe sys
tem, ail the differences with regard
to railway improvements In Albu
querque were amicably adjusted and
work will commence September 20th.
General Manager Mudge says the im
provements will cost at least $100,000,
and will consist of a big hotel, a new
depot, a large park and a viaduct over
Coal avenue crossing. The city bears
half the expense of the viaduct and
voted bonds for $1 5,000 for that pur
pose last June.
The first shipments of the Rocky
Ford melons have been given to the
railroads. , The season lasts about
six weeks. In this time about 1.000
cars of melons are sent over t 1
Santa 'e. To prepare the cars for
this ig something of a task. Each
car requires about 12,000 pounds cf
Ice before tbe melons are loaded,
6,000 pounds of iij? are used In cooling
the car, and after the car is cooled
an emial amount ia used in reicing
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PULL a Postal Tele raph-Cable Box, or
call by either telephone No. 2. and hare your
Want Ads brought to the Dailt Optic office.
No charge to you for mesaenfrer service.
WATED-A GOOD girt, ok WOMAN
to do general housework and cooking.
Apply of Mrs. J. M. Auercronible, last bouse
on Columbia Are. 241-tf
WANTED POSITION A8 NURSE. OOM
rjfinlnn or honiukeener. ritv oriNmntrv.
Address A. A, thu office, J&-6t
WANTED-PFX5PLE WITH CASH TO
hnv nnr Sta and tn rent, whlikev.
hrandy. gin, California Wines. Whiskies
irom two to six uuiiars perranon. Laurornia
wines from one to three dollars per gallon.
Smaller quantities at same prices In propor
tion. Wnwlttesaredln wood, at the Family
Liquor Store, 181 Railroad Avenue. liiu-tf
P-OR SALE-ONE TENT ST.: FEET: 10
ounce. Enquire at Bosenliial Bros. SOU
POB BALE A FIVE ROOM HOUSE WITH
a. bath and all modern lmurovements: large
attic which can be made into 3 rooms: can 1
houKht for f 100 down, the rest on monthly
payments. Just completed. tJome and se a
nice bouse on Kigbth street, opposite llfeld'a.
COR BALE OH LEASE A RANCH JUST
r outside ot city limits, on the line of
railroad north of the city. Inquire corner
rag-ntn ana national bi. iii
FOR SALS A GOOD, 5-RC!uIluTJSl
with cellar and modern conveniences
80-foot lot: on west side. For sale at a bur
g-am. , 202 R. HOKISOH
T7OR BALE- ILLUSTRATED BUILDING
L' edition of The Optic, 10c a copy
POH SALE l.OOC ACRB RANCH; FENCED
1? AOS acres under ditch and in cultivation:
ooslargs house, modera conveniences, of 16
rooms; smaller nous" oi nve rooms; gran
aries, stable with thirty stalls; barns, all
kinds oi rarra macninery, wagons, etc.. saw
mill and ghlnele mill; rlt mill; thirty or
forty head of live stock. Ranch 18 miles from
Las Vefa. An ideal place for a ci-mmer;
Perfect title. Address "1" care of Optic oi
flee. ' ... 301.
TOR SALE OR RENT A GENTLE FAM
1? lly horse and top buiriry, in good condi-
tloa. Enquire of r. McSpauuen, expressman.
17 STRAYED OR STOLEN A SPOTTED
M IKIIW, It II 141 11 ... 1, mi ,1 (.111111,11. 1,111, i
al reaard will ha nald for his return to Ro-
merorille ranch. 213- tf
T3ABLO SANCHES IS IN
the Odd Fellow's cemetery. Anyone de
siring attention riven to graves should aa-
atess mm at ias veiras. neasonauie ennrges,
House soutn of cemetery. ill tt
II. - WILLIAMS, DENTIST1, BRIDGE
a street, Las Vegas, N . M. Office hours 8
to 12 a. m., and 1 to 5 p. m. Colorado Phone
218,. Appointments made by mail. HlS-lf.
REGISTERED DURHAM BULL FOR 8ER
vice. Terms reasonable. Thorough
bred White Wyandotte. Plymouth Rock and
iioutan eggs at (3.00 per setting. Leave or
ders for Gus Lehmann, care O. G, t-i-lmefer
Kast las Vegas. llM-lm
TUST RECEIVED A JOB LOT Olf CAR
tf - pets and rugs which I will sell at bargain
and dealer. '
TPOR RENT-ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
X' keening-. Apply at 113 Eighth street, c
poslte Lincoln park. 211-t
IVOR RENT i-TWO DESIRABLE FUR
V nished rooms for light housekeeping at
Mrs. j. M . warn a. corner oeventu anu na
tional sreeta. . irfw
tTHJIt KENT TWO FCBNI8HE0 KOOMS
JL' rur Housekeeping. 714 Mivlii bu gio-tf
TTKJR RENT SIX LARGE ELEGANTLY
F furnished rooms. Porches front and back.
Bath and closet on same floor. Housekeeping
If desired. New bouse. Northeast corner of
Elerenth and Columbia Aran ues. 233-tt
COR 'RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
- light housekeeping. Apply to Mrs. Blan
dish, l,utz house. 2-JtHf
IjHR RENT FURNISHED HOUSE,
ply corner Eighth and National.
FOB RENT ELEGANT FURNIbHED
rooms, from 6 AO to f 12 00 per month ; also
twos-room furnished cottages. Apply to M
Hume, corner Eighth and Jackson. 2U3-tf
FOR RENT THE BELLMAN BKIOK
cottage, corner Seventh and Main Sts.
Inquire of D. W. Condon. latl-tf
FOR RENT ( ROOM HOUSE FURNISHED
also room house furnished, east of 8a
itarium, apply Mrs. M. Oreen. 155-tf
f'OR - RENT. THE ROSENTHAL HALL
can be had for all balls, socials, etc., etc.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD, MONTE
' sums Camp No. 2, meets first and third
Wednesdays of each month in I. O,
sail, visiting sots.
O. M. RmnSAi.i. 11. O
E, McWiKiB, Clerk.
WILLOW GROVE, NO, 5 WOODMEN
Circle, meets second and fourth Friday
of each month in .1. O. U. A. M. hall.
Adqcsti E. Schui.tz, Guardian.
Bbrtbta O. Thornhilu Clerk.
L DORADO LODGE NO. I. K. of P.. meets
JJ every Monday at 8 p, m,, at their Custle
all. third floor Clement a hlock. cor. Sixth
Street and Grand Avenue.
- U B. Au,M. 0. 0.
: Geo, Set er, K. of R. 9.
Saul, Rosestbal. M. of F.
IO. O. F. LA8 VEGAS LODGE NO. 4, meets
every Monday evening at their hall,
Sixth Stiees. Ail visiting brethren are cor
dially Invited to attend. A. R. Kbaktii, N. G.
F. W. Flsck, Sec'y. W. E. Obites. Treas. 8.
R. Dearth, Cemetery Trustee.
T ' P. O. E. MEETS FIRST AND THIRD
X Thursday evenings, each month, at
Sixth treet Lodge room. Visiting brothers
A. K. OniNiT, Exalted Ruler
T. E. Blauvilt. Bee'y.
REBKKAH LODGE, I. O. O. F. MEETS
second and fourth Thursday evenings
of each montn at the I. O. O. V. hall.
Mas. Eva Jon, N. G.
Mm. OlabaBidu Bec'T.
A O.U. W., DIAMOND LODGE NO. 4,
4.JL- - meess nrrn ana uuisi Tuesday
f'" en .""W w7man B'0 r'elJ?
I avenue. Visiting brethren cordially Invited
V. 11. JAMESON, M. W.
Gao. W. Notes, Recorder.
A. J. Wirt, Financier .
HOPE LODGE NO 3, DEGREE OF HONOR
Meets First and Third Fridays in A. O.
U. W. Halt Mrs. 0. TiiOKNHii.f
Mart L. Weutz. Chief of Honor.
FRATERNAL, UNION OF AMERICA.
Baldy Lodge No. 77, meets second and
fourth Wednesday evenings at their hull on
Sixth street- Visiting Fraters invited.
. , ' Johm Thohnhiix, F. M.
W. G. Kooai.EB, Secretary.
EASTERN STAR. REGULAR OOMMUNI
catlons second and fourth Thursday
evenings of each month. All visiting brothers
and sisters are cordially Inviited.
Una. J. A. Murray, Wonnv Matron.
Rev, Geo. Ski.dy, W. P.
Miss Blahchb Kothosd, Sec'y.
Mas. Geo. SEi.gr Treasurer.
AT F. A. M. CHAPMAN LODGE NO.
Regular oommunicatloe held on third
Thursdays of each month. In the -Masonic
brethren fraternally invited.
R. L. M Ross, W. M.
0. H. Bporledir, Sec'y.
T AS VEOAB OOMMANDRT NO. Ttira.
XJ olar coinmunlcaiujos second Tueodvs of
Viaiiinf Knights cordially welcomed.
G. A. Korvfssa, Ec
1 AL A Hi H CHAPTFR
I J " i ,
f convocations Urn Man-
D, Visiting enncpanons
H. M. fisii-B, 1 li. p.
ATTORN ET3 AT L AW.
fi KUl'.GE l'.
KOSEy. ATTOKN K-AT
Lkw and Assistant l"iiitd riia's Attor
ney, ui'ii'e In orockett builuiug. f.a
fgs, N. M -
WILLIAM B. BUNKER, ATTOKNF.Y-A
law, 1H, BlJth etrvf t, over Hn MljuS
National Bank, EautLas Vegan, N. at.
1 law. Office in Union Block, Sixth Street,
East Las Vegus, N. M.
LC. FORT, ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, Offlc,
Wyman Block, East Las Vegas, . M.
V. LONG, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW Omce
Wyman Bl wk. Fjiat Laa Vegas, N. M.
Qo to the - -
Second Hand Store
Of V. E. Crites. Wyman Block, to
uy or sell all goods in our line. Or
we will sell the entire busineson
terms to suit.
A. C. -SCHMIDT
Manafaotnrer ot -
And dealer la ,
Hoovy . Hordvoro,
' Ivery kind ot wagon material o kaad
"iinMhnAliiff and renairlnsf a SDSOtlt9
brajd and Mansanarei Avenues, Kast I
Aftwi tnuJniaIl bwu-th-t
rmie Mar. bwj
BRIDGE STREET,'- - LAS VEGAS.
Bottled 1:1 Bond
I'mrf! R!!fe Cf.-artfirh Mn v fli'slf
WM. J. LEMP BREWING CO'S
Sr. Louis Draught
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
Ilesser's the Man
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 from 3c per roll up. Opposite
San Miguel Bank.
is Las tes Telephone Co.
Co Mansanarei and Lincom Ares,
Blectric Door Bells, Annunciators,
Burglar Alarms and Private
Telephones at Reason
OFFICE: $38 per Annum.
RKSIOKNCB: J15 per Annum. '
EAST LAS VEGAS
I Santa Fe Route
Comfort a bl e E q u i p m e n t ,
Excellent Train Service.
T' ' ' bi
v ul IrxiitatlolU.
' 2.-. '4- V ? I
r 1 1 ( -.vN.nX
G- I ta
A Pull tins cf Kodak Supplies.
DEVELOPING AND PRINTING.
PHIL H. DOLL,
A.,T. &S. F. Watch Inspector, East Las Vegas, in. r
Agua Pura Company
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
PURE MOUNTAIN ICE
Annual Capacity -
Lakes and storage In Las VegM Hot Springs Canyon. Or ic.
Is pure, firm and clear, and gives entire satisfaction to otjt many
Office: 620 Douglas Ave,
ia. Gr. cooes.
Builders' Hwd, Poultry
Build'g Paper, Garden
Shingles, Etc. Lawn Mowers.Etc. Enamels, Etc.
Everything in the Building
Complete Estimates Furnised for Buildings.
II. 0. CU0RS,
K ID. OOOJDjl-il-a.
DEPOT 'DRUG STORE-
Finest Toilet Articles, Soap, Etc-..
Finest Cigars in the City.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Las Vegas Iron Works
Foundry and Machine Shop.
Mill and Mining Machinery built and Kepaired. Ma
chine work promptly done. All kinds of castings
r A made. Agent for Chandler & Taylor Co.'ls
Engines, Boilers and Saw Mills, Webster audi
' J Union IJasoJine Engines and Holsters, Pnmp-
I ing Jacks. licst power for pumping and I r-
rigatlng nnrposes. No smoke, no danger.
Call and sec us.
J. C. ADLON, Propr.,
1 1 :-Wr2vfe
aJgSgatCsaaa.y J.:-' v.'.., , , Vl , . ,..,, uf
Iyer Friedman I Iro.
Las Vegas N. M.
WINTERS DRUG CO.,
Dealers in Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals,
Patent medicines, spontrw, syringes, soap, combs nd bmshea
psrfnmery, tancy and toilet articles aud ail poods usually kept
by droegists. Physicians' prescriptions oareluUy compounded,
and sll orders correctly answered. Ooods selected ith great
car and warranted as represented.
Sole Agents for the Columbia Phonographs
and Phonographic Supplies.
j If ll
,00 tip to iz20
- 50.000 lonf
East Las Vegas, N. Al
Screen Doors, House Paints,
Window Screens, Family Paints,
Jap a Lac
It. II. Are. and tfat'I St.
East Las Vegas, N. M
On Your Outing,
whether Ashing or hunting, you must
n't neglect a supply of drinkables to
counteract the effect of an Involuntary:
sousing In a trout streamer a sudden;
downpour from the skies. The best
obtainable 'whiskies, brandies, gins;,
cocktails and cordials to say nothing:
of the Indispensable blackberry cor
dialare, always to be found at
RAYWOOD & CO,
W. End Bridge-
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