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..QUICK. To all advertisers i WU .... T TT T V ahot J. .QUICK., 9 t. Are tlveo To all advi rtlsers vOCTIIDUO Tbaoolumns 11 Of : I I LXQatJr0,-'k i PCTMDMO The columns of . Who use IULIUJ1110 The Optio. 'J' VOL XVII. EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, WE DN ks D AY EVENING, MARCH 18, 1890. NO. 117 GAS ID e J V HUNT LESS DUCKS oenaior vesi Mavises uieveian t To Pay Moro Attention to Kentucky Democrats, FRENCH MEAN BUSINESS The English House of Commons Discusses The Sale of American Beef. HANGED HIM IN EFFIGY . Washington, D. C, March 18 A heated debate was oo io the senate to-day, tvsr the action of cabinet r-fficers In nullifying acts of congress Senator Vist siid that if President Clevclaud would hunt less ducks id North Carolina, and pny more atten tion to Bilvcr democrats in Kentucky ft would be . better "for the country The house is debuting the resolutions censuring Minister liayard. Banker Assign.. Grand Rapids, Mich., March 18. Walter L. Sweet, backer, lumberman grain dealer, manufacturer and farmer, B8igned. Liabilities $175,000. As sets largely real estate. Incendiary Fire. Pkokia, III , March 18. Madigar Welch & Co. 'a cooper shop was de stroyed ty tire this morning. It was the work of iucendiaries and other fires at the some time Indicated attempts at general destruction. Loss, ?40,l00. Engjnetr Killed. ; Paris, Ky., March 18 The fast ex press from Knoxville to Cincinnati was wrerked to-day by striking a rock near Livingston, killing John King, en ginecr. He was a new man and wes makiog his first run. The train was forty minutes late. Ihey Mean Business. Paris, France, March 13 The at tltude of the French' minister of for eign off iir, in demanding an expla nation fr.om England, of the proposed -campaign In Africa meets with public npproval. It is understood that French fleet will be sent to Egypt, im- .mediately. - American Beef In England. London, England,' March 18. Io discuss!!)? the bill befure the house of commons, providing, for the mark ing of all foreign meat, : ore member ,. complained that many stores in the . east end of London- sold little else than American beef, and at the same price as .prmsh beef. . Burned In Effigy Chicago, 111., March 18 The Rus- lan nihilistic club burned Senator Lodge's effigy here last night, on ao count of his strictures : upon - foreign migrants,.',;. ; -y ,j ; . .DANiriLLis, Ky., March 18 Un . known persons here bung Gov. Brad ley in effigy, last bight, for calling the jnllitia to the state capltoI. The Tobacco Trust.' New York, N. Y. March 18 This is (he date set for the' hearing of tbe suit agaiust tbe American tobacco company, on the ground of maintain ing a combination in violation of the anti-trust law. Tbe company ' expres ses confidence that the charge cannot be maintained and that consequently the suit will be d.lsniissed. Tobacco retailers Ibroughbdt the country will await the decision of Vice Chancellor tteid with much interest, tor the dis missal of the suit will mcaa the removal of the principal obstacles to a settlement of the war in the trade, and a general agreement ending the long drawn-out fight will probably . follow shortly afterwards. v . Republican, of Maryland. " .' Baltimorb, Maryland, March 18. The meeting, to-day, of the republican state central committee for the purpose of arranging dates for the state and district con vent ions,wbii)h has brought to this city a small army of party lead ers, develops the f ict that a bitter fight is on against the continued domination tn party councils of Congressman .Oeprge L. Wellington, of the sixib district, who, beside bit presents ffice, Is senator-elect, chairman of tha state ceutral committee, 'and is reaching out1 for membership-on the national com luittee. Congressman Wellington's, ambitions to be the ''grand duke" of . the republicans of the Oriole state are BtagonUed by "National : Committee. man James A. Gary and State Senator Westcolt, and there will be a big fifeht, to-day, to control tbe state commiftoe, and tbcough it the state convention which will name tbe delegates-at?large to StrLooia. -I' '.-' ; 4c' " .. SooU Anniversary.. . New York, N. Y , March 18. To day Is the twenty-ninth birthday of ,. fckro6is, tbe "mother of clubs," and j tbe members of that famous organ . iiatlon are commemorating the anni versary by holding a reception and levee at Sherry's. Interesting literary ercises were carried out early ia the stfierooon and addresses were made by a number of prominent women if New York and others who had beeq invited from Boston, Philadelphia and other elites for the occasion. Sorosis, prob. ably the most widely-known organ ization of the kind i the world, was organised in Ibis city in ,1868 and was tit prat women's club in America, la the quarter ceotury of its existence it baa numbered among its members aeartf every American woman who has attained eminence in the field of art or letters and has entertained as It guests H tha . foremost men and women of England, France, Germany and other countries who nave visited the United tts ta late ' rears. Its president is William T. Helmuth, who sup deeded Jennie 13, Crnly, better known ender he; jm le plume of Jennie sjppe." WISCONSIN REPUBLICANS. Love Feast Being field, and a McKlnl.y Dele gation Will Be Chosen. Mii-WAfKEK, WW , March 18. Hav. tag pad no favonio son spos WuSOE elements of tbe party could unite, slnoe tbo lamonted death of Jeremiah Uusk the republicans of Wisconsin to-day re cruited a small company that will march solidly in the McKinley plalaoi at St. Louis on June 16th next. Tht Academy of MujIo, where the itats convention was called to order, was gaily deo orated with tbe national col ors and pictures of republicana froju d.fferent statrs high in the councils of tbe parly. Six hundred aort eighty -one delegates and as many alternates oocu pied toals to the trobestra and par quel, while the family circle and gal lvries were inadequate for the accomo datlon of one-halt of tbe valiant adher ents of tho parly, that spusbt, for ad mission. Nearly every, delegate and spectator wore a button or other insig nia Inscribed to McKinley ana proteo lion. Kverybody was bubbling over with enthusiasm, and rousing welcomes were acoorded to Governor Ubam, ex Governor Hoard, ex-Senator Sawyer, i x Congressman Ls Follette, ex-Senu- tor Spooner, Judge E W. Keyes and other of tbe leaders of tbe elder and younger elements in the state. Shortly after noon order was invoked by Hon. W. A. Jones, Of Ooonomowoc, acting chairman of the Btate oommit' tee, sinoe the death of Charman II. C Thorn. . II J congratulated his hearers upon the large attendance and enthus iasm manifested, and, by direction of tbe state committee,, be presented Captain Jjhn J. Esch, of La Crosse, as temporary chairman of tbe convention. In assuming the chair ..- Captain Escb made a vigorous speeoh congratulating his hearers that Wisconsin was on:e again, and probably for all time, in the front rank of the .republican party approving the administration of Gov ernor Upbani, and dwelling on the fact that the time was rapidly approaching wben tbe republican party would again assume control of national af fairs. The Kansas Pops. - Hutchinson, Kan., March 18. Tbe populist state, convention, which wiU select ninety-six : delegates , to the na lional convention at St. Louis, was called to order here at noon to day, by State Chairman BriedenthaU' The convention is the ; largest state conven lion ever held by the populist party, there beins; upwards of 400 delegates, representing every county in the state, in attendance. The convention will declare fur Senator Peffor for the pres idency, though the delegates will not be instructed. It will also frame reso lutions looking to the amalgamation of be populists with the tree silver re publicans and democrats, who. axe ex pected to Jeav their parties because of tbe.domination . of tbe s gold standard element.- The convention will follow p the suggistion of the party leaders, nd indorse the idea of Senator Peffer, who proposes that a distinct silver party, with a new name, be formed, If such action is necessary to secure tbe full co-operation of the silver forces of the country. LATE WIRE NEWS. Fred Geyer, a suspicious character. was shqt, in Council Bluffs, by a police nicer. 1 . ... . - Frank Weaver, a well-known citizen of Weston, Ohio, has been arrested on the charge of burglary. . Crawford & Crawford, bankers of Cameron, Texas, assigned. Assets, 230,000; liabilities, 80,000, The United States authorities at St. Joseph, Mo., have arrested W. L. rease, and his wife, charging them with ccunterfti ing.. The bondsmen of the -defaulting ostmaster of Kansas City, Kan., who committed suicide aftef embezzling f 9, 000, will make up the loss. ' , J Tbe P. H. Kelley Mercantile com pany of bt. Paul, which is rated at I500.C00, has assigned to W, B. Jor- dan. No figures are given. . . ; 1 . Michael.J. ilarden, l;now'n'as,Xit''t Marden, who a few years afro was one of the best known base ball pitohors of the country, died at PortlancL , Tha Rev. Francis E Clark, president of the United VS wieties of .Christian Endeavor, has7 become an 'auxiliary member of the Shration army, " The first will of James G. Fair, dated, ptember 21t, 1894 which disap- geared fromthe.;s.cleriki ioffioe, after ilng, was admitted to probate. At Oiwmwa, Iowa. 'Charles Mori' rlsou wai kilted a chisel atajlylih Jut--ed, and a dozen persons Were seriously njurea ny me running .awayof one of the teams in a. funeral procession. The indictments aeamsttoantaln W. II. Hu'zae and Pilot James Al'lbn. of the steamer "Perseus, "(of manslaugh ter, in running down W. W. Inman's yacht and causing his drowning, last August, . nays Jeen dtsttfissed - At Lancaster. ;.P.. William Millar: Red 99 years, wai arrested for tbe murder of his father. William Miller. 70 yearrold.; Tha body of the aged man was found in tbe burned ruins of the Champion forge and blower works. January 23th. ,, Dr. L. M. Hoenoch. alias Gnttav Lagncy, the alleged Siberian railway engineer, who successfully swindled many well known men in Seattle, Hel. cna, uenver "d other cities, was en- tenced in Portland, Ore., to ten yeais In tbe penitentiary for : grand larceny. Indian Agent Freeman, whose ef forts to prevent; work on tbe new bridge connecting Blaokburn with tbe Osage reservation were stopped by the government, is at work-again. He has persuaded a cattleman on the (haee aide to fence in the road, cutting tU tbe bridge. The Oklahoma citizens are organizing to out tbe fence, and hare a band crccir-boys 0p gawd. CUBAN RESOLUTIONS The Senate Committee on For- eign Affairs Wiii rush Them to Early Passage. PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY. Denver Dentist Snlcides De. cause Ills Wife irad Ap plied lor Divorce. FULFILLED THE DREAM, Washington, D. C, March 18.- The senate foreign affairs committee have decided to keep the pending Cuban resolutions before that body, and get tbera to a vote as early as practicable. Deadly Explosion. . Poughkkepbik, N. Y., March 18 A powder mill at Rifton exploded to-day. blowing five men to atoms and doing an immense amount of other damage. A Denver 5ulclde. Dknvkr.CoIo., March 18. Dr. Ova. lonn L. March, a dentist, suicided here last night, lie took chloroform because his wife began divorce proceedings, She savs she did so because he was a drunkard and abused her. . Had Wheels, But Walked. ' Nkw Yobk. N. Y., March 18 Bert Budgeon, from Edison, Nebraska, walked to Orange, N. J., to demand fl00 from Edison, for arc light patent. He bad written many letters, which were unanswered. lie was induced to return .by railroad. , , J Fulfllled the Dream. ' WAsniNQTON, D. C, March 15.- George Wheeler, an employe of the Pennsylvania railroad, was struck by a train and instantly killed. In his pocket was found a letter Irom his brother, stating that he dreamed that George bad been terribly mangled. The dream was fulfilled to a letter. President' Birthday. " Washington. D. C. - March 18. Baskets of flowers, together' with con gratulatory notes and telegrams, began to arrivd at the. White House soon after the breakfast hour this morning, and continued at. intervals until after din ner.. It was noticed, also, that the members of the cabinet and other friends of the president were early callers, but tbe apparent -mystery sur rounding tbe evidence of festivity was dissipated by tbe announcement that U-lay U the birlhday of the . chief executive of the nation. 'President Cleveland was born at Caldwell, Essex county, N. J., on March io, 1837, and ia consequently fifty, nine years ' of age. The pres ident also received a number of handsome presents, but these were not on view to tbe ordinary callers at the White House. , - . : To Buck the BeU Company. Des Moines To wa. "March li. A conference of representatives of the leading independent telephone com panies doing business In Iowa was held. here tc-lay, for tbe purpose ot eneot- ing a combination for mutual protec tion and discussing measures to ad vance their Interests. Competition with the Iowa UnLn and the Central Union companies,' both cf - which are controlled by the Bell ' company, has long been talked ot by the independent concerns, and it is understood that the real purpose of to-day's meeting was n discuss a plan or campaign' to oe pursued against the big company. The independent companies are backed by ample capital, and may be expected to give tbe Bell people a lively tussle. The Lemonade Brigade. PiTTSBORO.Penn., March 18. Judg ing from, the applications for accom modations being received daily by the hotels of Pittsburg and Allegheny, the attendance at' tbe national prohibition convention here in May will be, all thai can be expected by the most onthusias-' tin of the cold water advooates. Quar ters have already been reserved for the delegations from a, score of states from Maine to Colorado, and Kansas, with a view to having the 'presidential candi date chosel from . within her borders, has wired fur an entire Boer of one of the leading? down.town , hotels, and. given orders to the looal committee it charge that plrepsrations be made on a liberal scale for receiving ana enter- taioing the Visitors ft the beadquaiters4- of the Sunflower state, lhe committee has complied by ordering a, lot of ci gars and av liberal stock of : refresh ments in the way of milk and crackers, sardines and Jqe water. ; Your Stomach. Disease ehewbere.cannot be conquere J, If your Stomach does; not do it. work' well.' Maobetb mlosrat water is a certain euro for indigestion and 'other djardsrs qf the stomach. Begin in the proper manner to build op j-our system by drinking Macbeth water, fresh from tbe well every morning. "',' ' lU-tf 0 ATER HITE The BEST For The Laundry, Highest of all in Leavening Trv J 1 i j Li V Expoaltlon -postponed. .K ! Baltimore, .M4. March 18 The Stockholders in tbe proposed Baltimore Centennial exposition of next year will give a quietus this: evening to the scheme, by. adopting the report o( the board of directors reoommending ao indefinite postponement of tbe project An unofficial poll of the stockholders has developed that a large majority are in accord-with .the position taken by tbe board. The postponement or vir tual abandonment ' of tho project is based upon tbe failure of the B. A O, railroad company, a ' refusal to sub' scribe on the part of a large number of extensive corporations and prom iuent citizens, tbe generally unsettled condition of the national finances and uncertainty concerning the monetary polioy of,the government. . ! National Fraternal Union Cincinnati, u., uarcn n me an hual session of the Supreme Circle of the order ' of , the National fraternal union, . a ' secret beneficiary society which of late has been ' making great strides, opened here to-day, about sixty ... delegates, representing eight states, being present. Supreme Ad juster John A. Phelps Submitted a long report relative to tbe troubles between the order and State Insurance Com mlssioner Ilahn, and which have been satisfactorily adjusted; and expressed the willingness of the order to comply wiin me insurance laws oi every state in which it had a membership." Other reports showed that the organization was in ft satisfactory condition. - The sessions, which are being held at Doug jass Castle, will last .for several daj& Ac a special meeting of the Socorro eity council, Hod. James G. Filch was appointed agent tor the city of Socorro, to proceed to Topeka and close a con Iraot with tbe railroad company for puiiuicg tbe aam at tbe lorruer place: l Afr VDtl loft nti., . T. II jlJ in wbicb camp he has several verjp promising claims. It J8 hoped that the work of the summer .; may prove (uat ne has reliable, gold-bearing prop f Winter Moantaln Roeort, The EUPorven'lr mountain resort will re Oeivo guest all durinr tha winter season. Tbe most picturesque scenery in AmericaJ ootttinOdations iu Sew Mexico. - For terms for board and lodging, -apply to tbe Ro, tfaero Mercantile Co.. Las Vegas. Carrlaee leave, ineir store, .outn west corner of tbe plaza, every Saturday and Tuesday morn lb ft at 8 o'clock; fare for the round trip, SI. Far farther Information, call at tha above establishment, sotf. r SPECIAL NOTICES. -IXTANTKBA good tewing machine can jv v Hooui a Old t WQ. jv Call at Singer office. Plara. - - a. J IU Itr ' T7K)B SALK Cheap for. .cash, a fuliv- 4J . equipped restaurant Uor fuither information restaurant, In Bland, N. M. formation arjDlv to R II. siiaw, Btend.N. A.. , .. . . lod-aot WANTK.D. An honest, active ftentleman or ladv to travel for reliable establish- ertliuate. (-alary- $7so; payable $is weekly and expenses, situation permanent. Her- t-rer.ces. Enclose .elf-ad Iressed. stamped envelope. The Dominion Company. 816 Omaha Building, Chicago, . 101 sot WANTED-AN IDEAoTaoafm'St. thing to patent? Protect your ideas ; rhey may bring? von wealth. Write JOHN WEDDKR BUKN A OO., Patent Attorneys, Waahington, Jka, tor their 81,800 rrtee oiler. . . " 1TTK MUST HAVK HBLP. We car men TV: and womra l(t to tl8 nor week for. easy horxo work.' No' books or peddllnK. Bteaay employment guaranteea.v enw- H ".KM ANN A SEYttOBB: S13- Souths Sixth street, Philadelphia, Pa. . 69-tf TTIOB RENT. Throe unfurnished, rooms; X!' Inquire at the Las vagas ..teiepnon office. A. T.. ROGERS, LATE OF ROGEBS BUOB. . Practical Horseshoer. General Blooasmithlng, .Wagon '. and Carriage Uepairlng, , neatly ana . ; promptlr-ddne ; . '' RallroaaAve., lST, LAS VEGA8, NEW MEXICO, . LAS VEGAS, .N;. M.J , A - - Special attention given to brands Ing irons,4 d JgenefaJblacksmifJi- mg nd-wcrpdWork. A Work promptly t-done : 'and satiafaction guaranteed.? A. G. SCHMIDT l.''": - itannfaotnjrer ii kl' 'y ' faiipICpaies, And dealer la Hnavy . v Hnrdwnro, Every kind of wagon' material on hand Horseshoeing and repairing a specialty Brand and Manxanares Avenues, East Ls Vegas. r -. :- ;-; i B. C. PITTENQER & CO. OTEAr.l LAUHORY. Goods called for , L 1 snd delivered.; , n ; 11 M Ifiofil nacucai Power. itest US. Gov't Report 0 l A. t'lenients, proprietor of tM jfe Mexico jrta'hlng mill,' ha- Jart reoeired a Ussbrle'(f stock of building materialr.of aft klnd?!aa styles, which be offer for sale at prices to Suit the -times, lie keep, on band always native and redwood lumber, and shingles, and gives ' special attention ta. tmictcrs and contractors in ' want of building materials, Corner. Seventh and JaxksoaVstreejts, East Las Vegas. Goods delivered free of charge In tbe olty, 108-tf ; The Vegas Mining and Prospecting company, Incorporated under the. laws of tha Territory of New Mexico, with capital tock Of ,8150,001), now offers 8,000 shares ef stook lor sal at 25 cents per share. All In quiries sbpuld be addressed to-tea presi dent or secretary;' , , W.j Hi Crites ,' Presldent.1: , Thos. E. Blawtklt, . ';.',..'"..',." " Secretary. Rates to City of Mexico. Las Vegas, N. Jf March Sib, 1890. Bodrid trip rates to City of Mexico, from .Las Tegap, 66. 70;. (Joing. llnjt sixty ilays, wftb. final return limit, of six months from date of sale. ' '..':''. ' ) -7 f ''"'"' -;vATS-TO fnoKNir.,.,'-. Tourlsti-ates to Phoenix. Aris.' and re- torn-: from Lai Vegas, $48.60., Limits, arbnea days, in each direction, with final limit of six months. tf :,?." . 0. F.' Jonas, Agent, " !,. , ".- ' mm i i i. '--.-' -'' ' Snfbkeless and black powder loaded ' ihelU atH. Q. Coors.' 93-tf OF LAS Clapital Paid SuTpllLS, : ' s 'vf r'V: .is DR. J, I 1 i 7 ' f I ,i , , . . onriCKBSt M. CUNNINGHAM, President, ''-." . FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President. ..D. T. HOSKINS, Cashier. - :' - ' F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Catifat; ' BT TJfTKBBiST PAip OH TOMR DEPOSITS IJBI THE LAS VEGAS SAVINGS BANK. atiavo Tour eornin they will bring yon an A' large and complete line of I If 11 Plows and Points " . : Keptitfonstantly on hand, together With Garden Hose, Wire Netting; Poultry and Fence Wire, ; STOVES AND RANGES ! of every, desciriptionw ; " .., i; Ypur. palr6nage is soHcited! at the " Old Town Hardware Store, V . KEVV BUILl)ISO, . ,' D,- !1 r-826 & 328 L. ROSENTHAL 8 Rallirpd A GENERAL Goods delivered free to sjl part; of the foreprhasing,n4,bavhvln t - Complete line-of CtTidgBa.Ainjiitiotf always on hand; -va A. A. WISE, .Notary Public .'j .Established TT7 Tin m .-' o LOs&NS Sixth, and Douglas A ves.; Improved and TJnlmproTeH Lands and CAf , attended t w tur uun-riinueDu, lines examu IVIiLsUliJyL Call Around and Which Have Robt.L M.Ross Real Estate ittoimitmrr unr&iT inn nitu inuuiiniiuk nuLii i . Prices to Suit tie fta, - Lots from $100 up SOLE AGENT of the Hill-site , Town Co. addition, and the Eldo ' rado Town Co. lower addition. Residences, Business Properties. : LoanstMortgages and Securities Desirable A ore Properties; Faims. under irrigation vitobes. uuioe on SO FLOO', TAIME OPfRA H0UJE, I. LAS VECAS. Douglas lie. Batcher Shop Fresh Butterlne, cheaper and better than creamery butter. Loaf lard, sausage aad fresh meats every day. F. OAKLET, ., . Succsssor to J. 8. Kl.ton, j 1 M M Sip Paiiii Glazing, Paper Hanging, Etc. Shop Opposite; Express Office, ,.'; . ;'. TELEPHONE 67.. . JOHN R. STILL, Contractor j and Builder. ; ; Office next door, west of Tu Optio, ouuaiug. YEGA8. $5100,000. 60,000. Hknrt Gokb, Pres H. W Ksixr, Vice Pros, T. HosKXHS, Treat,' Paid up capital, $30,000. gs by depositing them in the Las Vioas Ha vinos Bajtc, whers income. Every dollar saved, is two dollars mada.'V . No deposits reoeived of less than SI, . ' ' '' "Interest paid on all deposits of $0 and over. : .' V. The . Dandy Wind Mill. None, Better,' & CO. AvenuW ioiQr.' Call and examine "our stoog m 188,.. .h on;: -s P. O. HOUSETT. Trrw ;;! ;; evur iLMini - '.v 4 mERGHANDISE REAE-ESTATE East Las VesMj'N. M. v . vrv- l;-V Proprtv for srte. -'Ihyestments niadj 'and Xents"'coireated-a'6d; tsxe paid. GAEHIACE REPOSITORY. ThoHnest Mn of Carriages,' Baggie.. Landaus, Stureys, Phaetons ana Road Oarts tn tht Southwest, of She-best manufacture ? - . . i . ' Uvery and Feed 8tblM. smori ft : ' -' os : i - Arrived at ?) ROSENIVALD'S, ; VtV?'-n Consisting of the Very Latest in EVERYTHING No trouble to show our goods. First National Bank, LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. " .'JEFFERSON EAYNOLDS, President J?IIN W. . ZOLLARS, Vice-rresident. A. B. S MITIl, Cashier. '-.-v'.";'-- '-'I,.''"''"' 'F'1 SMirU, Assistant Cashier. ' Accounts Receive Subject to Check, ; Interest Paid on Time Deposits. East Las' Vegas Ranch anid - IVl Wholesale Wool Hides Picks and Shovels. BLASTING; g GIANT POWDER, mm, FARL1 TOOLS, ' and all A gricultural FARM, GRASS AND .,- " ' i - PORTLAND CEMENT, ..- r ' ...... i . . Acme ceijeint plaster, BAllST'Wi AGONS : FRIEORrlflM m S.'-J LAS VEGAS N. M. 7 ' :'s 1V(8fr'W l EAST5 LAS VEGAS, TELEPHONE Ho. 58 Goods delivered ALL-KINDS OF v...' . ' it- '' 'Noatly and'expeditioualyvBxecu'icd, Snd f A- afjr' f. and Socorro. N. M. Grocers, and Pelts Wire. Nails. kinds of Tmplementg. GARDEN SEED. J HOTEL I Lbs VigaiiKowMexIoa. ' The only fifst.class house in the ityi . Headquarters for stockmen. A. DUVAL. In charge of Cuisine Denartment. Rateai 36a per meal ; 56 per week. Tables supplied) with everything the market affords. ' S DAVIS; Rooms by the day for 60o to Jl. 00: by 'monthtoflS.;.; ;' ;.. ;; iit. :; Goow;Bros.) - ' trinirtomio liiaivoiiiiO NEW MEXICO free In city, JOB PRINTING . ' t at a fair price, at Thk Optio 6ffioe.' porcorarii CerriUos Harl and Blossburg Coal, Soft Etc. Corner of Twelfth and Lincoln Streets. Telephone 47. rr.iOG wait. Late of Topeka, Kansas, FASHIONABLE DRESSLUKER Reasonable Prices. Hi Prince St. DOO, to ' . ..; ' '