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EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 19, 1890.
1 .if 'z L 1
THE STATEHOOD BILL
Senate Committee on Territories
Makes a Favorable Report
" On New Mexico,
A BATTLE WITH ROBBERS,
Indiana District Conventions
Being Held To-Day, With
THEY HAD A GOOD TIME,
Washington," D. C:, ' March J9 r
Benator Davis, chairman of the sen
ate Committee on Territories, made a
favosoble report In the senate 6nthe
bill to admit New Mexico- to statehood
' ' Bank Ooes Up. ' ,
Lincoln, Neb ," March 19. The
State bank of Bloomfield failed. Cap!
tat 150,000., : ',;-, ,
, ! Snowing In Ohjo. : - i ', '
Wapakonkta.OuIo, Maroh 19. -Snow
it now a foot deep, and still falling.
Trains are delayed, and telegraph badly
crippled. Much property damaged.
Fkovidknck. It. 1., March 19 The
Masonic temple burned here, to-day
Two adj .ining buildings were crushed
by the falling walls. Los?, f 300,000,
j .; v ; ,
Sentenced to Hang;.
Chicago, 111., Maroh 19.-Albert C.
Fields, colored, has beeit sentenced to
bang May 15 h, for v beating Mrs.
Uandolph to death with a fliliron, and
cutting vff her head and endeavoring
to ooncealtue crime. by burning tbe
. body. : '
Want to Lynch Ibea. i -
Cincinnati, Ohio, March 19. It is
reported that quarters have been en
gaged at Newpjrt, Kentucky, for forty
Indianlans who have planned to arrive
soon, with tbe intention of lynching
Jackson and Availing, the murderers
cf Pearl Bryan. -" '
. , ,i ; To P.cHy Cuba. .- ...... .
London," England, March 19.
It (s reported fiotu Madrid, that the
Spanish government considers the
pacification of Cuba impossible, except
by largely " increasing the force of
troops there, and forming a complete
blockade of the Island; ; v
Annual Dos Races.
St. Louis, Mo,, March 19. The an
nual national coursing meet, under the
auspices of tbe St. Louis club, opened
to-day at Brentwood park, and will
r, 'Continue for -tbf ee " day a:- Basil Hay
man, of Chicago, is judge, and D. J.
O'Callaghan. of St. Louis, is slipper.
Tbe cbief even's are the Missouri cup,
tor thtrry-two: greyhounds, the St.
Louis cup for eight dog saplings, and
the Brentwood cup, for eight bitches.
- ' l f Kentucky Will Co-Opcrate.
' Louisville, Ky., March 19 More
than 100 delegates representing tvt-ry
xunty of Kentucky, met at the' rooms
of the Commercial club, to-day, in re-'
epoese to Governor Bradley's call for a
meeting to take action relative to the
proposed. Chicago and southern states
exposition. Mayor Todd welcomed
tbe delegates and called tbe meeting to
order. Views were expressed concern
ing the part Kentucky should -take in
tbe . enterprise, and committees ap
pointed to take charge of the prelimin
They Had a Oood Tim....
New Youk, N. Y March 19
"Thirty-one cattlemen who ' engaged
Oiomeward passage on the , steamer
'Mobile," broke into the steamer
stores, secured a large quantity of
Sjoutch and Irish whisky, and had a
wild drunk all the way across the 'At
lantic Sailors who attempted to, quell
tbe disturbance were -roughly, bandied.
Offioers locked the drunken outfit up
Iby themselves, and they drank and
fought all the way over. In the ab
sence of positive evidence "the entire
party escaped punishment. T,;..
Buttle With Robber. -.' "'''
TrjLARB, Cala., March 19 Two
men who attempted to rob the south
bound New Orleans express near here,
early this morning, were betrayed by J
abeir companions. Slur iff Daggett,
and Constable Heed boarded the train,
sand bad a battle with the robbers', with
ithe result that Daggett was fatally
wounded, and .Used was. shot in the
shoulder. One robber was killed and
the other escaped. ., ' " '
TcLAjtE, . Cal., Maroh i 19 Three
arrests' nave been made in connection
with 'the attempt to rob the. south
bound ff6w Orleans express train.
--.-, . A Proepectlye Bout. ,- '.-'
Chicago, Illinois, March 19 Joe
Choynski, who has been training here
ifor bis six-round bout with Kid McCoy
t tbe Grand Central Palace, New
"York, on Saturday night, lift to-day,
dor tbe east to keep hjs, engagement.
Choyoi-fcl bas been making txtra ef
forts to put himself in good condition,
owing to the fact that his opponent has
tiad the supetvision of Steve O'Donnell,
and is said tOxbave more than held his
wwa wilb the clever heavyweight. Al
tboogh closely limited as to rounds,
the battle promises to be a hot one. A
number of Chicago sports accompany
Choynski to New Yoik,. ;. .
Republican DUtrlct Coaventlom Belnf Held
Tliroiijbot't Indiana, To-day.
Immanai-olis, Ind., March 19 It is
igenerally conceded that there will be a
tatrong McKinley sentiment manifested
an tb dittrint conventions, which are
trg held throughout Indiana, to-day,
or the election of delegates to St.
Louis, and1 the more enthualaatJo of
fcwj. Mckinley's supporters in thb city
are freely predicting that three-fifths
of the delegates will be instructed (of
the Ohio candidate. This is In Una
with the reoent -statements of Chair
man Uowdy, of the republican state
committee, who'gives his estimate of
the McKlnley strength In Indiana,
baaed upon oiUcial information reoelv
ed the last week from - all parts of -the
state, as from 75 to 85 per cent, of tbe
Whatever instructions arc given will
be against the wishes of the party
leader, who! bold, that, a the state
convention' will be belli. Qui five weeks
oeioro-mob usiuqbi convention, uu
the kltoatlon '-'tatf change a good deal
by that time, It Woo W - be tne part of
wisdom, to elect ' ooa-commlttar dele
gates, and . leave' Ibe'sUbjeot tbe
state onventionr-TIe prlnoipal dis-
triots in wuioii tua cght is nottt are
the seoond, fifta, eighth, .tenth, elev-
entu ana tDirteent-y ; ? . ' ,
Yincennks, lod., March 19,The
second district republican eonvantion,
to-day, re-nominated Representative
Alexander Merrill Hardy, of Washing
ton. The nomination was by acolama.
Hon. " .... : -- - . '.rr
North Vkrnoh, Ind., March 18
The republican congressional oonven-
tiqn of tbe , fourth district, to-day
nominated for representative lion.
Marcus It. Suleer, of Madison, to suc
ceed James E. Watson, now serring
bis -first term. This is, William S.
Holroan's district, and the celebrated
champion of eoonomy in federal ex
penditures will probably fight another
battle in November next. , In 1894 be
was defeated by 400 rotes in a total
poled of 36,000. v; i
Angola, Ind., March 19.Tbe re
publican congressional "convention of
the Twelfth district to-day re-nomin
ated, by acclamation, Hon. Jacob D.
Leighty,of St. Joe.who was first elected
in 1894.. : '";,'' " j,1.-
Indianapou?, Ind.. March 19. Tbe
second, fourth ; and twelftt) ongres.
sional districts," in which nominating
conventions were held to-dSy, are all
democratic territory, the present re
publican congressmen having been
swept in on the tariff tidal . wave of
1894. Tbe republican state central
oommlttee, however, believes that all
tbre districts can again be carried
this year on the same issue.
The ferry boat ''Shenango," which
was caught by an ioe floe in Lake Erie,
is still fast. " v.
Cardinal Satolli will leave America
in May. He will probably ie Succeed
ed by ' Archoiahop Averardi,- of Asia
Arthur Bartlett, aged sixty, fattier of
Sheriff Bartlett, of Chadron, Neb.,
eloped with Miss Amelia Roberts, a
girl of eighteen.
A boiler explosion at McLarkin's
mill, at Wilcox, Ala.; resulted in tbe
death f three men and tbe serious lu-
iry of a fourth. ' .
Gertrude Taylor,, thirteen years old,
has been held by the coroner's iury of
St. Joseph,' to be guilty of poisoning
her father and mother.
The sister of United States Consul
Waller denies that be is In prison, and
says that she received a letter , from
him, dated Feb 2iih, in England.
The curfew ordinanoe of Omaha,
keeping youths off tbe streets after
nightfall, passed the city council. The
plan has been a success in Lincoln.
Ground was broken for the new con
vention auditorium at St. Louis, and
twenty teams were put to work. The
building will be completed in June.
The officials of tbe new Panama
Canal oompany deny that there i any
truth in the rumor of . an impending
consolidation with the ; Nicaragua
company. ' v
Cot. Merritt H. Day, who was ar
rested in Boston on a charge of obtain
ing f 14,000 through false pretenses,
was taken - back to Cincinnati on a
equisitlon. v '1 ?J
Owing to financial difficulties, the
mills of Robert Callaghao, manufac
turer of ootton and wool, at Philadel
phia, closed, throwing 400 -operatives
out of employment. . , J '
Tbe attempt to get something from
ackson and Walling, the accused
murderers of Pearl Bryan, by confining
them in a dark cell fitted with twenty
telephone transmitters, was a failure.
A special train, bearing offioers and
directors of the Santa Fe, was wrecked
at Rogers, Ark., by a freight train.
The brakeman was killed and the cook
injured, but the officials were unhurt.
Daniel Armstrong and George L.
Senior were killed by falling five flights
through an air shaft in a New York
tenement. It is believed that thev
went on the roof to fleht -and fell
through. ' . , . .', "
Robert E. Herman and Lizzie Grater'
hired a room at Menlo hotein New.
York, Tuesday' night, and, after leav
ing letter, were found dead ..It is be
lieved that Herman shot the. girl and
then killed himself.-, ;
The will QfHeory C. Bo wen, of the
N"ew' York Independent, bas neen ad
mitted to probate in New York. It
leaves the most of bis property to his
widow, to revert to his obildren at her
Joseph 3. Weir, an Insurance agent,
of Rochester, who was arrested for
violating the new penal code in solicit
ing insurance without a license, bas
been discharged. He will bring suit
gainst other companies for con
spiracy. Charles 8." Smith, and twenty other
residents of New Haven, bave brongbt
suit against, the American National
bank, of Kansas City, to recover mort
gages to the amount of f 80,000, placed
there by the Union Trust company, be
fore the failure of that company.
Lee Hunt , was brought to Socorro
tbe first of the week by Deputy U. S.
Manbal Phi lips, of Kldj, and after
being ccttwittsd. wag taken back to
IT IS REYMOND NOW
Judge Bantz Over-rules Motion
For New Hearing, Approves
SEIZURE NOT PROBABLE
Cnban Resolutions Still in Their
Position Through Persia
:. tenco of Friends.'
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THE' W. C. T. U. ARE MAD
tipeeial Telegram to the Optic. , .
" Las Crucks, N. M., March 19
Iteat'liig.on contest case before Jndg
Bantz terminated to-day. The judge
re-aflirms former decision. Keymond.'s
bond 'approved, and ba assumes oharg
of the sheriff's offioe at. 9 a. m. to
morrow. Garrett. wilL. be appointed
deputy at once. , . ; v
Las Cruces. N. M., MarcbMd.
Judgo Banta has denied the motion for
a new trial, in the Dona Ana oounty
shrievalty case, and approved Nu ma
Hevmond's bonds as sberiff This
praotically ends tbe Dona Ana oounty
war. Heymond takes " bold to.mbr
row,' with Pat Garrett, who killed
Billy the- Kid," as under-sheriff, and
order will be enforced.
. Maintain Their Poaitlon.
Washington, D. C, March 19.
I-i the house to-day the debate v was
ontinued on resolutions, to censure
Itayard. In tbe senate, Sherman in
sisted upon ' the Cnban resolutions
maintaining their position.
Seizure Not Probable.
Washington, D. C, Maroh-' 19.
Orders have been issued to tbe custom
officers to seize the steamer "Bermuda,''
the suspected nlibustering vessel, if it
comes within their jurisdiction. As tbe
vessel is over thirty hours out from
New York, its seizure is not probable
W. C. T. V. ARB MAO.
They Don't Want the Military Instinct Cultf.
vatcd In Our Youth.
Chicago, III., March 19 A strong
undercurrent of feeling, bordering on
rancor and bitterness, has been arous
ed In the breasts of tbe leading women
of tbe Women's Christian Temperance
union,' by the continued progress of the
boys' brigades, and the 'rapid spread
throughout the country of the move
ment introducing military drill in tbe
publio schools. As one of tbe leading
spirits of tbe organisation, in discuss
ing tbe matter to-day, Said O " we
bave done everything in our power to
oppose the spread of tbe movement
calculated to foster tbe military spirit
among the youth of the land, but the
fact that it is growing, and at an
alarming rate, is undeniable." '
The latest outburst of indignation in
the neighborhood of the woman's tem
ple was occasioned to-day, when a full
oopy of the bill recently introduced in
tha New Jersey legislature, providing
for the organisation of the American
guards," which guards are to consist
of the school boys over eleven; years of
age, who are attending the publio
schools in tbe state, was received from
the state W. C. T. U. of New Jersey.
The bill provides tbat the boys shall be
uniformed and equipped with arms in
tbe same manner as the national guard
and shall be regularly inspected by a
state official designated as tbe commander-in-chief.
, Under the provis
ions of tbe bill.the boys are to be fur
nished books of military instruction by
the state board of education. -
The bill is characterized by the W.
C.T. U. as the most flagrant outrage
yet perpetrated by those who are en
deavoring to make of the United States
art armed camp on the same principle
as the countries of Europe.
. 'Fees Up, We're Listening. . -Prom
the Lumberton Independent.
Mist Dora Snyder baa' reoeived her
commission as notary publio, and she
is is ready to make any kind of ac
knowledgements. ' ; t 5,
Dr. Charles G. Duncan and Mrs.
Mary G. Hunter were married at the
Episcopal church, Socorro, by the Rev.
Bennett, of Albuquerque, 1
Winter Mountain ReMrt.
The El Porvenir mountain resort will re
ceive duestf all during; the winter Mason.
The most picturesque scenery in- America,
fine fishing and hunting. Best of hotel ac
commodation In New Mexico. For'terms
for board and lodging, apply to the Ro
mero Mercantile Co., Lai Vegas. Carriage
leaves their store, southwest corner of the
plain, every Saturday and Tuesday morn
ing at 8 o'clock; (are for the round trip, $1.
Far further Information, oall at the above
Yeur Stenech, ." : ;f
Disease eUewbere cannot be conquered,
if your stomaob does not do its work well.
Macbeth mineral water is a oertein care
for indigestion and other disorders of the
(tomacb. Begin In tbe proper- manner to
build up your system by drinking Macbeth
water, fresh from the well every morning,
The BEST For
Highest of all in Leavcping Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
I V . X. V W ...
RmI Betat Translert. ' " ' - '..
Candldo Turrela d Aragoa i to Nathan
A. lAvejoy and wife) consideration, W;
conveys land. , . . , ,: . , , , ,
Annie C. Hutchison aad busbdod to Mi
nerva A. Howll: consideration, I5M; oon
veys Iots-8 aq'ijr 4 in block 20, East Las
Vegas. ..r ' - .s. .. - - i
Ramon llllbarrl and wife to , Browne
Manaan'ares; oonsldwation, $t; fc(5nveys
lo'tin lAs Vegas.; rv'' " ' 'i'
. Kdward ifoore and wICa to J. Morse Lei'
eaey; eonsideratloBi 11 1 con vets lot he.
tween' 14, 15. block 1," Ortega's addition
1 Kctherine E., Brooks to Frederick K., Ol
neyj oonslderatioo,'500; noaveys :1ol on
Diamond street, Bast Las Vegas. ' 4
Jfeory Qelst And wife to George W
Biokoxs : Consideration, . t2,00U; conveys
lot fronting on Sixth-and Blanobard
Streets, East Las Vegas.
Frank P. Waring and wife to Thomas C.
Wood, conveys lots t and 7, block 43, East
Joan Banches and wife to Jesus Garcia,
consideration, $200; cob veys lands. "'
Belle B. Cunningham et al, to Maud J
Kelly, conveys lot 18, block 10, East Lai
Vegas." '' ' ' ' " ' "'',"-
T, Labadie' and wife, and Cleofa? Ro
uierj, et al, ts Secnndlno Romero, consid
eration.-$l; conveys lot in Las-Vegas, on
Moreno street. - - ;
Maria Juana Gomes to Antonio Dolores
Ranches, consideration, stock; conveys
land at Kincon del Tecolote. . . . " v
Mllnor Rudolph and wife to Jesns Garcia,
conveys, land at Kin con del Teoolot. .
Bernardo Montoya to Juan Banches, eon
veys land at Rinoon del Teoolote. '
Nue Martines and wife to Jesus Garcia;
conveys land in Rincon del Teoolote. ,
Antonio Balasar and wife to Cbas. F.
Rudulph; conveys Northwest qnarter sec
tion 35, township 19, north range 14, east.
Consideration !. -.: , ,
Frank L. Keeler and wife to J. L. Laub;
conveys interest-In Pecos grant. . Con
sideration $380. ...':' 4.
Board of foreign mission to board of
home mission; conveys lot In Las Vegas,
County collector to Mrs. Bailie A. Hume;
conveys lot In East Las Vegas. .
Gordon D. Pearoe's name has been
mentioned in connection with the Al
buquerque eity clerkship. Mr. Pearce,
who bas been county and city surveyor,
enjoys a good billet as bookkeeper at
the Albuquerque foundVy.and no doubt
considers a ''bird In tbe band worth
two in the bush." - .
TVTOSKr to LOAN on smod real estate
"1 17" ANTED Position as governess or com
V V panipn
travel or go into the
ill lie M. smitn, t,as
WANTED A good sewing machine can
vasaer. Call at Sinner office. Plaza.
Old t wn. , w . , -. ; Its st .
OB 8 LE Cheap for. cash, a fully-
eaulnnea restaurant. In Bland. N. M.
or further Information . aoDly to B H.
SUaw, Blau-I.N. M. . . 106-26t
WANTKD. An honest, active gentleman
or lady to travel tor reliable establish
ed huute. 6alarv two. narable Sis weekly
and expenses. Situation permanent. Kef
erences. Knclose elf-adlressed. stamped
envelODe. The Dominion ComDanv. 8!6
Omaha .Building, Chicago. . 101 sot
thins to patent? Protect Tour Ideas
brintr vou wealth.- Write JOHN WED:
BURN Jts CiCi.. Patent. AttAmnlnl. Waahlnirtiu,
D.O., for their $1,800 prise offer.. , .
1TTE MU8T HAVB HELP.
We pay men
Der week for
W and women $10 to 118
easy home work. - No books or peddling.
Steady, employment guaranteed. Send
stamp for work and particular at once.
HERMANN & SEYUOUK, SIS South Sixth
street, Philadelphia, Pa-?.''. -. 69-tf
tTlOR RENT. three unfurnished rooms:
Jj Inaulre at tbe Lsw-.Vejcaa teler.bone
office. , -J j - , i -5.ti'..j '.es-tt
A. T. ROGERS,
- LATH OF ROGERS BKOH. ,
Baneral Blaoismithlng, Wagon and
Carriage Repairing, neatly and
i r . promptlir dona 'T -
Opposite Brown. & Mansanar.s Co., -
EAST LAS VEGAS. NEW MEXICO.
C. S. ROGERS.
-;AS VEGAST. N.' M.J j
Hos. 1, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west end of
, . !. --bridge, ' ; ,'; r, r
l . y - - :
r Special attention, given to brand
ing irons, and general blacksmith
tog arid woodwork'. All Work
promptly-done and - satisfactiop
guaranteed'" '''" '.'; ;-; -".'"-;-.
A. G. SCHMIDT
And dealer la
Hnovy . Hnrdwarn,
Every kind of wagon material on hand
Horaeanoeing and repairing a specialty
Grand and' Maotanarea Avenues, East La
B. C. PITTENGER & CO.
Goods called for
cade ? ,.
" ' ' - ' -
B. A. Clements, proprietor v of the Nt w
Mexico planing mil I, has Jutt received an
assorted stock' of building materials of all
kinds and styles', which he offers fur sals
at prices to suit thai times. He.keeps on
band always native and redwood lumber
and sbingles, ami gives special attention
to Lmlders And cofitraotors In' want of
building materials. (Corner Seventh and
Jaokaoa street, Baiti Lss Vegasi Goods
delivered free' of eh .rga Id theolty, 106-tf
l MSnlnH Stai Tor'-lale.
"Tb. Las Vegas Mining 'and Frospeoting
company, Incorporated under tha laws of
the Territory pf New Mexico, vrithaDital
stpek ot $150,000, notjr offers 6,000 shares ef
stock for sale at 25 Cents per share,"-All In
qblries should be addressed to the presi
dent fer" seoretary...J, ... Wx, E. Cbitbs,""
! , .'v , .,';.;'. . President.'
!:VThos. E. Bi-ao velt, 'V .
' j " .J l.v,Bscretarj' ..'1,08-ml
,i . ; J
' Rate to City of Mexico. ,t
.Las Vkoas, N. Df., March 9:h,l lS9(J.
Round trip rates "to City of Mexico, from
Las yegas,rii&W, Going limit,' sixty
days, with final return limit, of six months
from date of sale, ;' . -
'. f " , RATS,TO PHOENIX. ; "
Tourist rates toHioeniXi Aris:,"and re
turn front Lai Veftas, $48.50, Limits,
Bfteen days,' in eac'b direction,' with final
limit of six months. :: ry j
tf . - fij 'f f c. F. Jons, Agent. ,
j . - - , - . . .. '
Smokslnse and b'.aok powder loaded
shells at H. G. Cprs.' . '.. 93-tf ; i
' . V.(,' r ';'"
Capital Iaid in
J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President.
FftANK - SPRINGER, Vice-President. '
' . D. T, HOSKINS, Cashier.
tar 1WTEBKST PAID
BSSave yonr earnings by depositing them
they, will brintyoQ,aii I
Inopme. Every dollar saved, is two dollars mads."
A large and complete line of
Plows and Points
Kept constantly on hand, together with
Garden Hose, Wire Netting;,
Poultry and Fence Wire
r STOVES AND RANGES
V of every description. '
Your patronage is solicited at the
Old Town Hardware Store,
NEW BUILDING, ' .
328 .Railroad Avenue.
. z DEALltBS W -- : . '-
RanoH Ouptilies a Soeoialtar.
Goods delivered free to, all parts of the
fore purchasing, and be convinced of our low prices. " -
Complete line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. - fj
WISE, Notary Public; Established 1881 '
AJTD EEAIi ESTATE,'
Sixth and pougjas A.ves'.iEast Las Vegas, N ;M.T'V - ;
fniproved I and Tnlnsproved Lands"snd"Chy
tienaea to i,or non-reeiaents. Titles examined, Uents oolleoted.and Taxes paid. :
Call Around and
Robt. L, M. Ross
AND INSURANCE AGENT.
F rices to Suit tHe Times,
. Lots from $100 op
SOLE AGENT ot the Hill-site
. Town Co. addition, and the Eldo
rado Town Co. lower addition.
Residences, Business Properties,
Loans, Mortgages and Securities.
. Desirable Aora Properties; Faims tinder
irrigation Ditches, omoe on
20 FLOOR, TtVME OPERA HOUSE t, LAS VEOAS.
Douglas Me. Batcher Shop
.- Fresh Batterine, cheaper and better
than creamery butter." Leaf lard, saosagi
and fresh meats every day. . i. '
f J'-.f , Successor to J. 8. Glston, .
iiso Ml Sip FaUg
Glazing, Taper Hanging, Etc,
Shop . Opposite . Express Office,
JOHN B. STILL,
door west of
Th , Optio,
F. B, JANUARY, Assistant Cashier.
05 T1MB DEPOSITS t.
Uknrt Gokb, prea '
H. W. Kbllt, Vioe Pres.
D. T. Eosbums, Treat. .
Paid up'capital, $30,000.
in the Las Visas Bavhios Bask, where
No deposits reoeived of fees than $1. . ;
Interest paid on all deposits ot $6 and over.
city. Call and examine oar stooc ot
P. C, HOQSETT.
Property for sale; Investments made and
The flnesrilne of Carriages, Buggies,
Landaus, a,reys, Phsstons and Road
Carts in thi Southwest, ot the best
Livery and Peed Stables. -Riori
i VECAS '
... ; ; Consisting of the Very Latest in
No trouble to show our goods, ; : ;
First National Bank,
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
JEFFERSON RAYNOLDS, President
JOHN W. COLLARS,-Vice-President. , A. B. 8MITH, Cwhlef.
' v, '-' . '7 ' V' ' F' N,-'i3MI Assistant CashlertV'' : --
Interest Paid on l
East Las Vegaa!
ch and Mining SuppliBB,
Fence Wire, Nails,
Picks and Shovels.
BLASTING GIANT POWDER
PLOWS, FARi TOOLS,
' and all kinds of : '
' Agricultiiral Ji
FARM. GRASS AND; GARDEN SEED. J
PORTLAND CEMENT, "
. ACME CEMENT PLASTER,
HVER FRIEDtlAfJ &
LAS VEGAS N. M. f
I llIfSfSffi4sJs?lsa I I
i,-------J-t-v - ,
rr i ttttt rTi r minTin ; i. n I mr :
jEAST LAS: VEGAS,
TKIiKlEO!tH Wo. 5 Goods dellTered
ALL KINDS Of?
Neatly and expeditiously executed, and
ancf Socorro. N. M.
La. Tegas, Mew H.xle.
only first-class house in th
Headquarters .for stockmen
. A. DUVAL,
In chares of Cnisina Danartntant. P.lui
S6o per meal ; $8 per week. Tables snppUed
wun everything tne market affords. ,
MRS. S. B. DAVIS
C Booms by the day for 60o to $1.00; hj! '
viuunui, hi exs. . ... -
&KTA1X DIAXBB HI
vr s yvwwimwm
and Glass, .
and Soft Coal.
free In city.
at a fair price, at Thx Optic offloe.
5 r ArOii
VU1 UU1 CCI lf
. ' Dealer in
Cerrillos Hard ana Soft
Blossburg Coal, Etc.
Corner of Twelfth aad Linoulo
Streets. .Telephone 47. .
Late of Tope.a, Kansas,
Seasonable Prices. S12 Trlnoe St,
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