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VOL XVII.
BAST XAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 13, 1800.
NO. 113
1LAS VZGiASiL
THE SENATE SAYS SO!
The Committee Reports. Favor
ably on the .New Mexico
, - Admission Bill.
MORE, NEW MEXICO BONDS
Pacific Express Company's Safe
at Peoria, Illinois, llobbed
1 a of. $10,000.;
A DOCTOR'S EYES PUT OUT
Special Telegram to the Optic.
Washington, D. 0., March 13th,
1:35 p. m. The statehood bill (has
been ordored to be favorably reported
in the senate and will pass there and
in the bouse before tha adjournment of
the session. . ' T.B. Catron.
Washington, D. 0. March IS
The senate committee on Territories
bas ordered a favorable report on tbe
JNew Mexico admission bill and toe
same committee bas referred the ques
tlon of Arizona's admission to a sub
oommitee, all of whom will report
favorably.
, .'j Heavy Robbery. '-,
Pkoria, III., Mrroh 13. The Paoifip
express agent's safe has been blown
open here and robbed of $10,000.
Lot Hla Eyei. ; ,
Chicago, 111., March 13 While ex.
perimenting .with . a flash light, Dr.
Burghill lost bis eyes,, and both hands
were burned frightfully in the explo
sion. w
Snowing Lively.
Sterling, ; Kansas, March 13. A
heavy snow storro.'the worst of . the
season, is prevailing here, this after
noon. It will be of immense benefit to
agriculture. -
Aged Woman Cremated.
Farksvillk, Ind., March 13. The
residence and store of J. M. Hall, of
Harrlsville, were destroyed by natural
gas. . Ball was severely burned and
his mother, aged eighty, was cremated.
, , . Gaa Explosion,
Cincinnati, Ohio, March 13. Arte
fiian well borer's at Rbeinstrom & Co.'s
factory struck natural gas, to-day, an
explosion' following, wrecking the
boiler house and severely burning three
men. . ..
Immense Losae.
Rome, Italy, March 13. It is now
admitted that the, Italians . lost over
12,000 meh, killed, wounde'd and miss
ing, in the recent disastrous battle in
Abyssinia, besides all their artillery, am
munition end supplies. -
Sympathetic Strike.
' Chicago, Illinois, March 13 Eight
thousand garment makers have declar
ed a sympathetic strike to aid the cut
ters who are now out on a strike. It
will probably extend until the clothing
trade is completely blocked. '
College Athletes. .
New York, N. Y., March 13. An
Important conference of college athletes
was held at the rooms of the Univer
sity Athletic Club, to-day, for the pur
pose of revising the football rules now
in vogue, and adopting a playing code
for the coming season. Although the
conclusions of the conference were not
made public, to-day, it is said some
radical changes in tbe present rules
were proposed and taken under con
sideration, to be finally decided upon
Jater. ' '.. . -
Chess Championship.
Nbyv York, N. Y., March 13
Chess players the world over have been
looking forward with intense interest
to the international championship
match between the United States Of
America and the United Kingdom of
Great Britain and Iroland,which opened
to-day, The prize is a challenge cup
of the value of $800, presented by Sir
George Newnes, president of the chess
club of Great Britain. The only con
ditions are that tho winning country
must defend tbe cup against challeng.
ers in tbe future, and that tbe players
shall be natives of their countries. '
, '?' Hastings For President.
Eait Claire, Wis., March 18. The
,fltat6 prohibition convention for the
.nomination of delegates-at-largeto the
2'ittsburg - national convention, was
icalled to order here, to-day, by Hon.
C. F. Cronk, chairman of tbe state
central committee. The delegation lo
Pittsbnrjf will be uninstructed, but will
be favorable to the nomination of Hon.
Samuel P. Hastings, of Madison, one
of the pioneers in the west, of the cold
water army.
.Minneapolis, Minn., March 13.
.Although both tbe democrats and the
republicans decided upon earlier dates,
ttbia year, than usual, the prohibition
lists re first In tbe field with their con.
wention. wfaicb' is being held here, lo
day, for tbe selection of delegates to
Che national convention, which will be
beld in Pittsburg in May.
Harvard-Princeton Debate.
Boston, Mass., March 13. The
Harvard-Princeton debate, for which
great prepara lions have been made,
will take place at Sanders' theatre,
Cambridge, this evening. The Prince.
ton debaters are : Herbert Ure, '96,
New Jersey; Frederick W, Loether,
96, Iowa; Robert M. McEfroy, '96,
Missouri. TAose selected to hold up
the Harvard end of the debate are:
wrfc?V.-Wrrnn, '96, Boston ; W. S
youngmtfu " Williamsport, Va. (
'lelcher I)otyns, Oberlln, Ohio.
Tbe question for debate will be r
"Resolved, That corgress should take
immediate steps toward the complete
retirement of all legal tender notes."
Harvard will take f e negative side of
tha debate apd Princeton the affirm-ji'ive,
MURDERER ROSl'ITUO.
H Now Wishes that He Had Tatesi tu Twanty
. Vears.
St. JosRpn, Mo., Mtrch 13.
Thomas Puncbion, the'; wife-mnrderer
whose execution had been set by the
supreme court for to day, has been re
spited ny uovernor stone, for one
month, or until April 8rd, next. Few
people believe that Puncbion will hang
at that lime, tbe - general impres
sioo being that, In . view of the extraor
dinary ' circumstances ; of tbe case,
Governor Stone will oommute tbe
death penalty to a term of imprison
ment. --..,;'':..., ..
Punchion's predicament is of his
own making. His crime was deliber
ate and his guilt fully proved .; On his
nrst trial, however, tbe Jury ' was In
olined to a lenient view and let him off
with twenty years imprisonment.
The oonvioted man and his counsel.
however, thought that better than this
might be done, and A new trial was
secured. It resulted in Puncbion being
again found guilty, but this time the
death penalty was imposed. The case
went to tho supreme court, where the
decision was affirmed and a day of
execution set. Punohion has since
several times expressed himself to the
effect that be wishes he had taken the
twenty years and have done with it.
MORE NEW MEXICO BONOS.
Grant County
Subsidies Asked
eluded.
to Be In
Washington, D. C, March 13
A hearing was given, yesterday, by the
bouse committee on Territories to W.
N. Coler, an attorney of New York,
who desired congress to ratify the bond
Issue for subsidies to the Santa Fe rail
road and made by Santa Fe and Grant
counties and Silver City, New Mexico,
Wben tbe bill to ratify tbe issue
of . bonds by New . Mexico
to -build its capitoi, which
ssed the bouse, was before the
senate, an amendment was added to
make it apply tq $172,000 bonds is
sued by New Mexico for aid to the
Santa Fo. Now that the bill is baok
in tbe house, several other parties
desire to have various bond issues in
cluded. .. - ' w
Mr. Coler represents the holders of
the bonds which, with those added by
tbe senate, will amount to naif a mil.
lion. No action was taken on tbe re
quest " ' ' - ""-:. -
" WILLIAM J. BRYAN.
The Silver Orator to Preside Over tbe Debate
In Chicago.
Chicago, Illinois, .March 13. Ex
Congressman William J . Bryan, of Ne
braska, arrived here, this morning, to
preside at the oratorical debate of the
Chicago and Illinois, universities. Im
mediately upon his reaching' tiis hotel,
he was sought out by the leaders of tbe
local silver and populist parties, and
the present situation was disousseti at
length. ... . ., 4p
This forenoon, the Nebraska radical
will speak on the tariff question in
Kent theater of tbe University of Chi
cago, and, this evening, as an intro
ductory to the debate, he will briefly
discuss the silver question. - 'j
The issue which tbe collegians will
settle, to-night, is: ';. ; 1 - ;
Resolved. That the present boundary dis
pute between Great Britain and Venezuela.
Is net a legitimate oause of intervention by
tne united eiaies, on cue ground or tne
Monroe doctrine. '
' - The Loaves and the Pishes.
Milwaukee, Wis., Maroh 13. The
coming of the republican stale conven
tion to Milwaukee, next week, to se
lect the delegates-at-large to the St.
Louis; convention, has been heralded
by the quiet arrival in the city to-day
of a coterie of prominent republicans
bailing from various parts of the state,
and ttieir early presence on the scene
has given rise to many hints of dark
plots and deep-laid schemes, which are
expected to - culminate on the conven
tion floor next Wednesday. The . vast
amount of wire-pulling and. button
holing which is being Indulgedin has
no reference, as might be supposed by
the outsider, to the candidacies of Mo.
Kinley, Reed, Allison or Morton, for it
is conceded in all quarters that the
Wisconsin delegation t will fro to St.
Louis Instructed for Major McKinley. f.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
FOR 8 ALE Cheap tor caatt, a fully -equipped
restaurant, In island, N. M.
For further Information annlir tn R lr
Shaw, Bland, N. M. 1 J0-26t
1T ANTED..
An honest, active Kentleman
VV or lady
to travel for rallflTilA Ant Ahllah.
ed house. Salary $7t, payable f is weekly
and expenses. Situation permanent. Ref
erences. Enclose self-addressed, stamped
envelope. Tbe Dominion Company. 816
Omaha Building, Chicago. 101 sot
WANTED-AN IDEASSSSffiS
b,rnPvr?uwes,tn- Write JOHN WRbbKR.
BUKN& CO., Patent Attorneys, Wa&Ungtoi,
D. O., for their $1,800 priaeoffer. '
TTE MUST HAVE, HELP.
We nav man
j j ana women fie to
easy home work. No books jor peddllnir.
Steady employment guaranteed. Send
stamp for work and particulars at once.
HKRMANN & SEYMOUR, SIS 80Uth Blztli
street. Philadelphia, Pa. , -
FOR RENT. Three unfurnished rooms:
inquire at tbe Las Vegas telephone
office. 6-tf
First-Class Life fosnraiice Costs No More than Second or Third Class.
(tjiparatlve Results of the Three Large Life Insurance Companie5, as
; , 'fown by their respective "Books of Illustrations" for the;year 1895.
20 Premiums. 30 Year Distribution. Age, 35 Years. Amount, $5,000
Class
Companies
Assets
January ist,
Kuiual Life, lsw York $234,633,784
2.
Equftab'e, kn Tork 115,144,310
3.
M York Lift)
1S2.011.771
ElIIIJEpypt
KEEPS WELL POSTED
The President is Informed on
the Situation in Cuba by
S Army Officer!.'. :'".."..''..
KANSAS POPS ARE WIJLLING
Excitement Was at' the Highest
; Pitch in the Kentucky Leg-
- islatnre To-day-
AN INDIANA TRAIN. WRECK
Washington, P. C., March 13
President Cleveland has kept bimself
thoroughly informed on the condition
ot Cuba by certain army ofUcerst who
were sent there secretly . to study The
conditions. The president is pre:
para to act promptly on this informa
tion, tbe moment congress adopts the
resolutions recommended.
Quit Their Jobs.
Columbus, Ohio, March 13. Fifteen
officers of the Fourteenth regiment,Na
tionai Guard, have resigned because
the legislature bas refused to reimburse
their colonel for expenses necessarily
inourred in defending bimself against
the manslaughter charge growing out
of the court house not. .
Piled Up In a Heap.
Brazil, Ind., March 13.- A car con
taining nearly 100 coat miners was
wrecked near this city, while attempt
ingtomaki a ruuuing switch. The
men were piled tip in a heap and fougbt
terrifically to extricate themselves
Nearly all were wounded, about i
dozen seriously, soneoi whom may
die. .
. tha Willi z Pops. -Topeca,
RansaV -Mulch 13.' Pop
ulists express a willingness to assist in
the co-operation of all tbe silver ele
ments, including democrats and re
publicans, to nomintta a silver can
didate for president, regardless of pre
vious party afliliatims. It Is stated
that tbe delegation to the nations!
committee will bj selected for this pur
pose. , v ' : - :
. No Senator Yet.
Frankfort,- Ky., March 13. Tn
tense excitement was created, to-day,
over tbe alleged order of tbe governor
to dear the approaches to the legisla
ture. Members defied those attempt
ing it and talked of bloodshed. Feel-
ing soon subsided when the misunder
standing was explained. .
A ballot resulted in no quorum, the
republicans refusing to vote.
Did you ever notice that It Is the woman
in whose home you Snd cobwebs on tbe
celling, dust on tbe parlor chairs.' children
with disheveled hair, and tha husband
with big clothes fastened on with pins, who
can tell yoa tbe very latest neighborhood
scandal? 8he is the lady who knows all
the shortcomings of ber neighbors and she
is the same woman who will tell you which
of the young men of the town Is the
"toughest ;" she also knows to a dead cer
tainty, that Miss Blank is madly In love
with that disreputable young Bo-and-Bo
in fact, her knowledge ot snob matters is
unlimited and not to be qnestioned.
Attached to the No. 3 flyer, yesterday.
was a special coach, ringed up in gorgeous
political style, and oontaluing the follow
ing distinguished republicans : Hon, John
B. Clarkson, of Iowa; Senator TV. H. An
drews, of Pennsylvania, and Major E. BJ.
Ford, of New York, with a stenographer.
They were on their way to California,
.i .
The re will be no term of o unt, at
Las Cruoes,' owing t shortness of
funds. Judge Bantz will probably
convene court a day or two to dicide
default cases; '
A.M. ROGERS,
? LATH OF BOGERB BKOS.
Practical Horseshoer,
. Beneral Blaoarsmlthlng, Wagon and
Carriage Repairing, neatly and
j t. promptly done
RailroadAve.,
Opposite Browne ft Manianarei Co.,
EAST LAS VEOAS, NEW MEXICO.
lfATER
ViI
HITE
The BEST For
The Laundry,
tSpy
I Annual 1
Premiums!
ToUl
Cost
I
Cash
Value
; SOAP
PaidUp
Insurance
$175
$3,509
$5,0S8 j $9,140
175
3,503
4,585
175
3,500 4,530
CatcsljUfteKM" CoM
Highest of all La Leavening Fower. LateU U. S. Gov't Report
FOB. AMRR1CA, ONLY.
. ; ' i r written for Tax Of tio.1
Arouse t Ye true ' Americana,, tbe
time Is
drawing near,
To enter in the combat, and there's batons
way that's clear. - -
fo formulate a piatiorm, with free sliver
" ifW UUI KUIUVi k " J.
And down the jailer "sroldbugs," and sat
the "ountry' pride, - - '; '. " (
Cannot America maintain her own system
or Bnance? - '
Without international agreement With Xag
Innd-(;.rniinv nod France?
Shall we clip tbe eagle's wings? And our
tlmr turn tinsldA dOn? -'
And bend a coward's knee to every foreign
ci'oncr . . . , 4I. , ... -t t
God Forbid ! Such dattird cowardice should
In rnur hnarta altldd. .
To allow your country 's interests to entirely
suosiae. . - .
And cater to the goldbug', hybrid race
that finriinff.
From out the two old parties, and who have
suoue tongue. .! , ' ; 'K
And would make you believe that silver's
. ' sack of corn.
Or oitu. or wheat, or barley, you just an
swerlna "horn." - -
ror with si.ver on a parity, wltft green
hArk . and with itold. -
Prosperity ll return again, like in the days
of ola
The farmer, mechanic and tbe laborer will
; rejoice.
When evei y honest voter wilt, at th polls,
lift up his voice.
And vote lor the white metal, unlimited,
alone; -
Coined into big white dollars ; ratio sixteen
to one. i . .
Mors A. No
Soooreo.N.M., March 8th, is'jB.
' Notice of Dissolution.
The co-partnership heretofore existing
between Oeorire V. Ueed and Smith C
Orwick, under tbe firm name ot Heed, Or
wick & Co., is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent. Q. V. Keed & Co., will con
tinue the business and will settle . and re-
oeive all accounts of the firm.
Q. V. Kesd,
, 9. C. Obwick,
Bast Las Vboas, N. M., February 13, 18911.
108-126
S. A. Clements, proprietor of the New
Mexico alanine milk, has iutt received an
assorted stock of building materials ot all
Unds and styles, whioh he offers for Mle
at prices to suit the -times; tie keeps on
band always native snd redwood lumber,
and shingles, and gives special attention
to builders and contractors in want of
building materials. Corner Seventh and
Jackson streets, East Las Vegas. Goods
delivered free of charge to the city, 105-tf
A judgment from the justice's court -frv
prcelact 11,' Mef county, case ot Win.
Hoberg and wife against Emlllo Ledoux,
for fG7-15 and coats, baa been docketed In
tbe district clerk's office aad an execution
issued thereon. Thts account was ad
justed by a Watrom jury, of which Col.
R. Ot. Head was the amiable and fair fore
man. ..- - ,.:
Tbe Senior loyal temperance -legion was
organized, yesterday afternoon, in Mrs.
Garlict's room at tbe public schools, by
the selection of Norrla CAchran tq be pres
ident;. Lilly., 8'oltj. .vice-president' Male
Sebben, secretary," and WaltrCase, treas
urer. , Meetings will. pe rem at 4 o'ciock,
each Friday afternoon.- .,
The governor prpclaiuitd to-day, March
13th, a holi Jay for, the school children of
the Territory v It fer Celebrated as Arbor
day at some places in the south, and is be
ing obsorved" by1 the planting of trees far
O. S. ROGERS,
ktical Horse-Stioer;
LAS VEGAS, N. M.J
Nos. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west end oi
r nrmge. - . . . -
Special attention , given to brand.
ing irons, and general blacKsmitn
mg and woodwork. All work
promptly done and satisfaction
guaranteed. ' ; ; '"
B. C PITTENGER & CO.,
OTEAM LAUNDRY.
Goods called for
and delivered..
A. G. SCHMIDT
Manafacturer of -
i
And dealer la
Hnnvy Hnrriwnra,
Every kind, of
wagon material on band
Hersaahoeln
and repairing a spec alty
Grand and .
anxanares Avenues, Batt La
Vegas.
Cai.li Value
Ov r Caat
Paid Up
Over Cost
Income
$1,5S3 $5,640
$433
8,700
1,1185 5,250
8,400 1,1
4,8:3
Mm
Carriages
East Las Htm, I l
R
vi ; i i i
the'beoefit and a Jornment ot the public
and private grounds and places, and in
such "other" ffofts and undertakings as
shall b io larinoay with the general char
acter ot thi iiny a established by the laws
of 1301. - - -
j , ... Mining Stock for Sale. '
,i,Th t Yegas Mining, jand. Prospecting
comt iny. Incorporated under tbe laws of
tbe Territory of New Mexico, with capital
stock of SliO.OOO, now offers 6,000 shares of
Stock for sitle af2Sc($ctS per share.' AH In
quiries should be addressed to. tbe presi
dent or secretary.. Wsi. E, Cnrrsa,
j- ; -. , President.
. THOS. fe, BLAtTVELT,;
Secretary.' 08 ml
.. ijates to City, of Mexico.
L.sVega, N, M., March 9th, 1896.
rtouod tria'tes tb City of Mexico from
La: Vega, $60.70;' Going limit, sixty
days, with; final return limit-, of six months
from dabvof sale. '
, -iBTK8 TO PHOESIX.,'..
Tourist rates to Phoenix, ''Aria., and re
turn' front Laj, Vegas, $49.50. .Limits,
fifteen days, In each dlrectlou, with dual
limit of six months. . ,
tt ; rf- ! C. F. Jones, Agent.
Just received', goods for the season: Gar
den too!, rubber and cotton -hose, spripk
lorS, QotoleSf'V.couplings, menders, etc.;
poultry Jutting and screen wire;: prices
to suit thtljnes, at H. O. Cuors. Ultf
Snvokelifej and black Dowder loaded
shells at IJ...Q. Cqora.' f , , . .83-tf
SffiiCDEL llfflL M
OF LAS
Capital Paid in
Surplus,-
QFlflCJtUSl
DB, tlf CUXNINGHAM, President, i '; .
FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President.' .
; . D. T. HOSKINS, Cashier.
' ' - F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Caahier.
" 'J' IHTKKKST PAID OS TIME DEPOSITS JJE1 - .
THE
LAS VEGAS
SAVINGS BANK.
B9"Save your earnings by depositing them
iney wui nring you an income. uvery uoiiar savea, is two aaiiars maae,"
Ho deposits received of less than SI.
Interest paid on all deposits of $6 and over.
A large and complete line of
L IMPLEMENTS.
Plows and Points
Kept constantly on hand, together with
Garden Hose,' Wire Netting,
Poultry and Fence Wire,
STOVES AND RANGES
of every description.
Your patronage is solicited at the
Gid Town Hardware Store,
- KEW BUILDING, - :,
D. WINTERNITZ.
826 & 328
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Goods delivered free to all parts of the
"e . fore purchasing, and be onvinoed of our low prices.
- ' Complote line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. "t
A. WISE, Notary Public -r.Bstabllahed 1881. . P. C. HOGSETT.
WISE & HOGSETT, .
.LOANS-AND EEAL ESTATE,
Sixth and Douglas Aves.,
Improved and Unimproved Lands and City
atienaea to tor non-resiaente. 't itles examined, lients collected aud Taxes paid.
i
Which Have
RobtL. M.Ross
'Reial Estate
AND INSURANCE AGENT.
Prices to Suit ths Times.
. Lots from $100 up
SOLE AGENT ol the Hill-site
Town Co. addition, and the Eldo
rado Town Co. lower addition.
Residences, Business Properties,
"y Loans, Mortgages and Securities.
Desirable Aore Properties I Paims nnder
Lfrrigation Ultohes. uuice on
20 FPO!?, TAtME OPERA H0U it. L LAI VE0AS
Douglas in. Butcher Shop;
' Fresh Buttorlne, cheaper and better
than creamery butter. Leaf lard, sausage
and fresh meats every day.
F. OAKLEY,
" SuccsssortoJ. 8. Elston,
M M Sip Mil
Ulazlflff, Taper U angln, tie.
Shop Opposite . Express Oflice,
TELEPHONE 57.
JOHN R. STILL,
Contractor
and Builder.
Office next
door west - of
. Building.
Th Optic,
VEGAS.
$100,000.
60,000.
- HSNHT frOKft, PTCJ
11. Wi Ksut, Vice Pres.
D. T. Hoskins, Treaf.
Paid up;capital, $30,000.
In the Las Veoas Savings Basis, where
The
Dandy
Wind
Mill.
None .
Better.
CEiJTIMU
GO
Railroad Avenue,
DBALKB8 IN
city. Call and examine our stoo ot
East Las Vegs, N. M.
Property for sale. . Investments mads and
M CARRIAGE REPOSITORY.
1 The finest line or Carridtiaj, BuRgles.
If Landaus, 8ui revs, Fhatons and ttoad
. Carts In th) Southwest, ot the best
n mannfacture
I " Ldvery nd Feed Stables,
asiori ii vrsAS
Call Around and
tuwitfr '1 fi mj a B 11 111" I T. '
The New
Arrived at
ROSENWALD'S
Consisting of the Very Latest hri--
EVERYTHING.
No trouble to show vr g:wods.
First National Bank,
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
JEFFERGON RATNOLDS, President
JOHN W, ZOLLARS, Vice-President. A. B. SMITH, Cashier.
; - F. N. SMI riJ, Assistant Cashier. "
Accounts Received Subject to Check,
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Fast I ao Uanrst
Wnblesale
Wool, Hides and Pelts.
Kaqcn and mining SuppliBQ,
iince Wire, Nails,
Picks and Shovels.
BLASTING GIANT POWDER.
PLOWS, FARM TOOLS,
and all kinds of
Agricultural Tmplementg.
" FARM, GRASS AND GARDEN SEED,
PORTLAND CEMENT,
A PTVTTn nT51TVn4!"NTT TDT . A omTJiT)
BAIN WAGONS.
friVEO FRIEDMirj 6
WOOL
Wholesale Grocersi
V LAS VEGAS N. M.
mi
i'viI asil i ii i I ' H'M
H i iaJtr
S.W?
"Jtvi'J
lfeM-y.rT 3
.231- Gk COOES
",,,!" . (Soooessorto Poors Bros.) . , .' '
-VBOLXSATJI ArTD BBTAIX DIAXKB IX .
HARDWARE. LUBBER, SiSH,
. Paints, Oila
Oerrillos Hard
EAST. LAS VEGAS, . ,
THliKPHONK Ho. Eft Goods delivered
ALL KINDS OF
Neatly and expeditiously executed, and
aaa
Goods
gnrl QAnA M II
Grocers,
DEALERS.
PLAZA HOTEL
, Las Vegas, Mew Mexico.
The only first-class house in tha
city. Headquarters for stockmen.
A. DUVAL.
In oharee of Cuisine Department.' Rataai
tie per meal ; $6 per week. Tables suppU4
who every tning tne market affords.
MRS. 8. B. DAVIS
Lessee:
Booms by the day for BOe to $1.00: bv
month, 5 to $13. ,
BOORS, BIJN1S, TABNISBIS
and Glass.
and Soft CoaK
-
HEW MEXICO
free In olt.
JOB PRINTING
at a fair price, at Thb Optio office.
A. Corcoran,
Dealer la
Ccrrlllos Hard and Soft
COAL
Blossburg Coal, Etc.
Corner ' of Twelfth and
Streets. Telephone 47.
LlRoula
Late ot Tcpei.a, Kan.aa,
FASHIONABLE DPiESSLUKER
RsksooabU Frloei. 912 Trine St,
DRO,

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