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..QUICK.. Arc given To all sdv.rtU.rs Who us. The column I of Tlia Oi'Tio. irac 5 J QiilCK. ToliVdrt J. rtUere .1 ETURN8 U'k .... O ;j RETURNS Tba columns of V Tin Optic, ft VOL XVII. EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, Fill DAY EVENING, M ARCH 20, 1890. NO. 119 $30,050,000 DAMAGES Claimed for American Losses in Cuba, Which Spain Must Make Good. RECOGNITION PREDICTED, Party of Gold Hunters Pre paring To Go To The lu- kon Hnsin.;' IRON FURNACE ACCIDENT Washington, D. G., March 20 It ia stated that American claims for sses id Cuba have been filed here They will . aggregate 30,000.000, which Spain, must pay, because that government refuses'' (o accord belliger ent rights to the Cubans, and insists that only an Insurrection etisti.' Presi dent Cleveland is preparing a message to congress, which Will, probably be presented MoDdarctintaialnz all the tacts, f f,i )i . ; " Washington, D. C, March 20. It is predicted here that President Cleveland will issue a belligerency proclamation witbin sixty days, which will end the Cuban war in favor of the Insurgents. It is asserted that Weyler is making no progress whatever, while Cubans are gaiuing substantial ' vio torhs. t . Oood tor Santa Fe. ; Washington, D. C , March 20 The legislative appropriation bill pro vides $2,000 for repairs on the the old adobe palace, at Santa Ee. ' An E-Otcw Dead. Kansas Crrr, Mo., March 20 Ex Chief of Polios Speefs died suddenly, this afternoon, of heart failure. He had occupied his official position tor thirty-two years. They Don't Want Her. ' ' Washington, D. C. March 20 No Amoruan war ships have been sent In search of the steamer 'Bermuda1' as the power to make seizure of Bach a vessel is doubtful: . Torn by a Tornado. HuStington, W. Va., March 20. Many .buildings were demolished and immense damage was done in parts of Creek Valley, fifty miles south of here, by a tornado, last night. ' , ; Doing. In Conirrea.. Washington, D. C.,' March 20 The house, to-day, by a large majority, adopted resolutions' .censuring Amba:; Bador Bayard,. ' The senate agreed to give more time to making Cuban reso lution7. . Merchant Suicides. Marion; Ohio, March 20. Wm. H. Eckbard, the democratic candidate for probate judge and an old merchant of this place, ki led himself, this morn, ing. lie was despondent over business troubles. ; : . '';; 1 'it: .Iron Furnace Accident. Chicago, III., March 20. Two men were killed and three'others seriously injured by a falling Cupola, in an Iron furnace, on Ashland avenue, this after, noon. Melted' metal was hurled in every direction. ' Wyoming Quarantine Regulation. CnEtENNE, March 20 Governor Richards, to day, issued a proclama tion defining the , quarantine regula tions, affecting (be admission of south ern cattle into ' Hie state during the present year. One important featnre is a regulation , permitting cattle to be brought into the state being inspected either at Cbevehne or Denver. To Decide the Ownership. . El Paso, Txis, March 32. The international' boundary commission ap pointed to consider the ownership of the' island in the Rio Grande, a few tulles' below this ciry; Upon which ft was atone tin:e intended to bring off the Fi'ZiimmdTis-Maber contest, and also the-ownersbip of a tract of land in Ine southern part tf this city, claimed by both American' and Mexican land owners, assembled here, to day. The United State.! rspeclal commissioner is Colonel "Anson MillsThird United Btates cavalry, while .the special com jnissioi er from Mexico is Stnor Don flatier. .-' ,-,'" .-'h ' , Honor. Are Too Cheap. :Vv. New York: N.T ., March 20 Tn the house of ec.Qiraons, to-night, . Sir Wil fred Lawspn, , the , nott.d radical, and temperance advocate, . will move that an bumble address be presented to the queqp. -praying that whenever , she be. stows any title or honor on any of ber subj.ctf, shV Will cause to be published an account of the services for which that honor wag. bestowed, as is now done in the case - of granting the Vic toria crossv This -is intended as a re buke, in general terras, "of the appoint ment of Alfred Austin as poet laureate, and of the recent bestowal of baronet cies and knighthoods upon a number of the smaller fry of the conservative party at rewards for, minor political woik. "V . .-nit .., ... , Popular Society Show. New York, N. Y., March 20 The most exclusive of the exclusive set crowded the white and gold room of tiberry's, to-day, to take a private view of the big doll show, which will be opened to the public to morrow, and the proceeds of which will be devoted to the proposed soarlet fever and diph tberia hospital, which will' be the first Institution of the kind Ui tba country. The show differs from the usual run of neb exhibitions In lint each of the lit tle waxea figures on view is intended to portray, with every detail, a style of drt;ss t r the eoraing guairurr, and each doll, .'dressed by some fifth Avenue modiste, looks g if it had just 8ti'(fd fronia raBii6ri plate. The show Erowtee. . to be (he most, popular iiua diversion since the pose of the picture exhibition, last week. McKlnley and Texas. Columbus Ohio, March 20. Friends of Major MclCinley claim to be in re oeipt of encouraging reports from Tex as, where the state convention for the election of delegates to. St. Louis will be held next week. " Those in charge of Me Km ley's interests -in -Texas ex. press confidence that the Ohio' oandi date will oarry the state convention, in spite of the vigorous campaign which has been carried on by both' the Reed and Allison people. . The Austin eon vontlon will undoubtedly bs more ex citing than the southern states conveo tions which have preceded it, for the strength of the different candidates is more evenly divided and each faction appreciates the fact ibat whoever sue. ci eds in oarryiog the state convention wilt stand the best chance ot capturing the delegates throughout the state ' - '..'; Mice Place Jo do. rJ; t Chicago, 111., March 20, A , party f intrepid gold hunters is being organ zed here, for the purpose; of exploring the rich fields of the Yukon basin, in Alaska, which ate claimed to be among the richest in the world, .The party so far comprises men from this city, Milwaukee, Pittsburg, and points in Michigan and Ohio, who nave ai ready seen service in the California and Colorado fields. The start is to be made in May, when a steamer will leavj Seattle, Washington, for Circle City, Alaska, the nearest point to the gold fields in question. The fields are accessible only by way of tba Chilcoot Pass, at p'aees so precipitous that toe ordinary mad cannot' carry' a pack. it is reported that at tne diggings whi.-key Is $1.00 ft glass, butter, $1 50 per pound, gum boots, flaw -per pair, and other things in proportion Winter lasts from ootooer to May, with an average thermometer of forty below ZitO. - ' A White Elephant. London. England, March 20 The shareholders of the Manchester ship canal and particularly the city of Manchester, which w itself the largest shareholder, are seriously alarmed over the discouraging financial pros pects of the famous waterway, and un less matters mend soon, a proposition to the government to permanently close the canal to commerce is among the probabilities. A report which has iust been submitted to tba Manchester city council by the snip rjanai cor poration states that the canal 18 BOW losing the enormous smn of $2(1,000 per week, and that it will require more than five times the present sea going traffic through the canal to pay its worklog expenses. ominous ru mors are afloat ooncefning the alleged eross mismanagement ot ine com- nanv'fl affairs and -frequent muii nre heard in commercial circles in regard to the big fees received by the direct ors. in London unanoiai circles ine enterprise is spoken of as j likely to develop into a second "Panama canal" scandal. '.i , ,,: v GENERAL TELEGRAPHIO BRIEFS The Berlin papers think that Eng. ia taking land will find no diffioulty Italy's place at Casaala. , An Illinois Central freight train was wrecked near C. ffyviHbVMfss, Four cars were derailed and three tramps were killed. The khedive of Egypt bade a cor dial farewell to the .officers of the Egyptian battalion, on their departure for the front. The campaign in Egyp t, it is be lieved by many leading foreign papers, will result in a rapproohment between Great Britain and the dreibundX; r.js Baron Marschall ; Von Bieberstein, German minister of foreign feffjirs, addressed the. Reichstag on - the, ad. visability of increasing ttie navy; ; v t The Rev. C. O. Brown met his con gregation, and the report of the coun cil which tried the pastor or me i-irsi Congregational church , wa read and received. v"! :'. ';' V' f-iV-:-; The national American relief 7 com-' mittee forwarded to Constantinople, by cable, $10,000; the former .oontnbu Hon for the Armenians baying been ex hausted. ;- J .-,':';-". At tne trtaU'f the members of the hannesburg reform committee at Pretoria, an employe testified to see ing arms and Maxim guns unloaded from oil tanks. Mayor Bcoatcb.of Omaha, is sending out latters to 600 mayors ia the trans- Mississippi country, asking them to co operate in the exposition tq be held In his city in 1898. . T'' 'li J - It is reported that General Baratieri passed thrbugb Port Said Incognito, two di.ys ago.. . The .government has forbidden the boarding of any trans- rt.-irf. al. that nrifnt..' 1 T ! . ; " . Audrew Lindburg. a -well-known Swedish citizen,, was found on the streets of Rockville, III. with three bullet holes In his bead. There is no clue to the murderers. fV The combination of flour millers of the northwest has been finally effected. J. W. Heyward is the maDager of the organization, and it Is said he is to re ceive a salary of f GOO per month, The general merchandise establish ment of James Degnan & Co , atjfrebs, T , . was destroyed by tire, iyoss, $30,000; insurance, $18,000. Two other stores were burned with a total loss of $9,000. . , . . .. The trial of Benjamin II. Millikin, s well known Temiesseean, accused of housebreaking with intent to assault Miss Gertrude Phillips, In Washington, began Wednesday. The defense is temporary aberration. ; Prussia has consonted to try the scheme of devoting' the surplus of the revenue from customs to the redemp tion ot the national debt, in order to seMV the dispute between Count Van Posadowbkf, (opretary of the imperial treasury, and oanee. Pr. M igue), minister of OPPOSITION READY England Will Find the Dervis! es Ready Should She Advance- on Soudan. . FOR ARIZONA STATEHOOD Two Men Arrested Near E Paso, Charged With Mur der of Doyle. - NEAL DOW'S BIRTHDAY Cairo. Ezvnt. March 20 If the British advance toward Soudan they will have a conflict with the Dervishes within a week.. The latter have been aroused bv cries of "Holy War," and are swarming In all directions. Arliona Stands a Chance. 1 : Washington. D. C, March 20 The senate committee on TerriUrios has agreed to report favorably the'Ari aoua statehood bill. ... v ... neavusi 01 ine zeaon. . .i . i& Buffalo, N. Y., March 20 The heaviest snowfall of the season now; covers western New York. It has been snowing the past twenty-tour hours, and is now fifteen to twenty ' inches- on tba level. The railroads are all sno bound. ' - Charged Wltn Murder. . El. Paso, Texas, March J20 Felipe' Garcia and Snlome Martinea were arrested at Ysleta as the murderers. , of J, Dpyle and were jailed' here, this morning They will have a bearing at Ysleta, Tuesday. Circumstantial evi enoe against them is very strong. ; WW Walt for the Organ." . Chicago, 111., Maroh 30. Because the builders of the $10,000 organ that is to peal forth the wedding maroh have asked for further time, Miss Flor ence N. Pullman, who was to have been married to Frank O; Lowden, on April 18th, has determined that the nuptials shall be postponed until later in the month or early In May. The organ is being constructed in one end of the large ball room of the baronial Full man residence on Prairie avenue. This Is said to be the first case on reoord where an organ has been built into a private residence at so great an ex- pense, solely to furnish the musical ac cessories to a marriage solemnization. ' Neal Dow's Birthday. Portland, Me , March 20 Neal Dow,-the famous temperance advocate and originator of the "Maine; prohibi tory laws," is ninety-two years ot age to-dav, and dispalches'of greeting are, pouring in on the venerable abstainer from all parts of the country, as well as from England. The local prohibi tion society will wait upon the reformer in a body, this afternoon, and aftor- wards bold appropriate birthday exer cises. Notwithstanding the faot that be is within eight years of rounding & century of existence, his mental faculf ties are unimpaired and JiU pnystoai condition good. He ascribes his long evity and remarkable mental and bod', ily vigor to bis rigid abstinence from alcoholic drinks.; ; Vale's Crew at Work. New Haven, Conn., March . 20 The twenty-five athletes selected to go' to England in June lo represent Yale at tbe Henley legatta, made their first move toward getting themselves into shape by going to the training tablet-to-day. Light, indoor training will be indulged in until the weather per mits of real praotice with the oars on the course whioa Captain Tread way has had measured off on Lake Whit ney rand On Lake Saltonstall cor-' responding in length to that at Hen ley, it U tbe intention oi uapiain Tread way to keep the crews at steady praotice up to the duy of . their der parture for England, which has been definitely fixed for June 6th. , ' : Petaoa Grant Case. ; From the New Mexican. : , The Lnited States court of private land claims convened this morning with Chief Justice Reed presiding and All the associate justices present. Tbe Petaca grant case Involving 185,977 acres of, Valuable, timber land in Rio Arriba county, was called in complianoe with an order made at the last term permitting the introduction of new testimony, . .", ';.; Ex-Gov. Prince, E. L. Bartlett, Geo. Hill Howard and C. A. Spiess represent the grant claimants and Assistant US. Attorney Hurkhart appears tor tbe gov ernment. L Z. and M. Farwell are tbe active claimants. : , .'., it' ' The grant people have about fifteen witnesses in the city and it is thought that the hearing will ocoupy several days. :-; ,.,.'.''.'; '' ' '" '"': t ": . Sheriff Sen Removed. On application ot Jose Analla and others, ot Lincoln county sureties on the bond of Geo. Sena, sheriff ot Lincoln county .Judge Hamilton tha's removed Bene from ofllce. He was required to give a new bond, and the court reduced the amount of qajd bond from $60,000 to 135,000, but Sena was nna ble to frnsh boni,.eyen for this ampunf, hence (be order, vacating the ofPoe, Tb Lincoln county board , ot ooipmtsBionein will be called upon to All the vaoanoy. New Mexican. , If your wood pile gets low, please step In at'C&CXrON'B and leave your order. - -''v' , ; ;':.-s' -:. - 99eod ' Winter MasxMm Resort, ' The El Poryenlr mountain resort will re; cive guests all during the winter namn. Tbe most picturesque scenery tn America, fine Bsbing and hunting. Best ot hotel ac commodations In Mew Mexico. For terms tor board and lodging, apply to the Ro mero Mercantile Co., Las Vegas. Carrie es leaves their store, southwest corner of the pla.ES, every Haturdsv and Tuesday morn ing at 8 o'clock; fare for the round trip, $i. fer fnrtber information, call at tbe ahoye esf!jbiBqieBt. , Sent, Highest of all in Leavening The Melons (N. Y.) Farmer, says: Thursday night, after watching Spadoa, the caricaturist, portray pa board tbe Ufe like faces of well-known men of tbe coun try, and of people In tbe room, as speedily m though It were a gift born with him, and listening to nis varied ana interesting Ois course. . Hs described graphically tbe art or Illustrating in Its every form and liter ally threw tbe crayon upon the board with both bands, creating ' beautiful effects la light and shade' almost Instantaneously leaving the outlining till the last and bold' log na audlenga uv. suspense lor one flu inning stroke to revsi picture lifelike lo sll Its details. - At cue point lu the enter. tainmanl l!or tneh a name It rlobiy de serves) a beautiful lnadsoape appeared as If by magic: and in closing, after repeat ing a bit of Walt Whitman's Bool-stirring verse, wane toe mystio crayon moved, wees of the hand revealed the rugged benevolent features, of the generous old poet-. , npeaon is .a nogt. , ; s ?, At tbe Tamme opera house, Tuesday March 24tb. Band series, at popular prices, f0 and 25 cents. Every cent paid ! at the box office, remains at home.- - Let us give tbe boys a full house. , : v . r; i :- . 1 , Smallest Wheel YeU - , The tiniest bicyole in the1 world, for practical use, has just been ordered by Count Magre. the two and a half foot Italian nobleman, who married (be Widow of General Tom Thumb, eleven years ago. The liliputian wheel is to be made of tbe finest materials and to dost $250. One of the reasons for this high price ia the fact that all the parts will have to be especially designed The frame wilt be twelve inches high, and. the diameter cf the wheel fourteen intbes. The entire affair will weigb less than ten pounds. The expense of this luxury at first almost determined the diminutive ' nobleman to deny to himself tbe pleasure of wheeling.- but his wife persuaded him to ordes it. The count is forty-seven years old. His wife exercises great influence over him, Mrs. General Tom Thumb still retains her name in public, and she is entha siastic on the Subject of bicycling. At the time the 1 eoant placed bis order a few general inquiries were made as to the ost of a wheel of similar design for a lady, ibe Tom Thumb tronpe is at present traveling through Indiana. R. P. Oliver, representing the well- known firm of Meyer. Banner man de Co., St. Louis, manufacturers of bar ness and' saddlery goods, is in Alba- quetque. , ; . . - ' . . - SPECIAL NOTICES. TWO cicely furnished rooms for ren. It MRS J. B. Howell, 8'2S Fifth St. TlyfOSKY TO tOAN-On good real estate xt a. security Address "M, care of Optic. St irANTKD position as governess or coin- TV ' panion. win travel or o into the country. Address, 'Jrilla M. mltii, Lns 4nimas, uo o. W4NTED A good tewing machine can .'V'asser. Call at 81nger offlce. Plaza, oldtipq- . t . ' . 113 8t moit SLE Cheap for rash, a fully ulDDed restaurantc In Bland. N. M. Xj . equipped ror luiiner lnrorinauon appiy to a a Shaw, Bland, N.M. . lC8-2t ITANTSD. An honest , active gentleman W or lady to travel for reliable establlh ed liuue. 8alary-t7Sff, piyable 15 weekly and expenses. Situation permanent. Ref erences. Enclose self-addressed, stamped envelope. Tbe Dominion, Company, SI6 Omaha Jlulldlog, Chicago. - : . 101 sot WANTED-AN IDEAoT&fm thing to patent? Protect your Ideas jthey may irmgyon weaun. write jotuv wauUJStfr ma ss vp-, rMni Attorneys, YYaap.iptea, V'9 V HV4 BAfflMV ffH. WUW . 17 MUST HAVE HELP. We pay men Der week for YV and women J0 to $18 easy home work. MO books or peddling. Steady employment guaranteed, henu particulars at onoe. stamp ror wotk ana UH. 213 Houtli sixt street, Pblladelphla, Fa. : 69-tf THOR RENT. Three unfurnished rooms; -Jj: Inquire pt tue i&t Vegas telephone V - , ' .- ; ss-tf omce. - A.; T. ROGERS, -;.( ;' LATE OF ROGERS BBOB. Practical Horseshoer, ". 8eneral'Bl:smlthlng, Wagon and Carriage Repairing, aeatij and promptly done s y .. Rallro atl . A-vS ' Opposite Browne Mnsanaxe; pp., EAST LAS VEGA8, NEW M&XIdO. C;"S; ROGERS, r i ; - : . ; LAS TEGAS. N. M.J r -; Nos. 7, 8 andS Brides street, west end of .:..v bridga. Special attention given to brand Sng irons, and general' blacksmith ing : and wood woTkrk 7,; All work promptly done ' '--'and satisfaction;, guaranteed.- : A. C, SCHMIDT Manufacturer ef ' ffa2dns,vGarriaies- - And dealer la .' Hnavy .. Hnrdwnrn, Every kind of wafen material on hand BorseshoelnK and repairing a - speoialty Grand and Maazaaares Avenues, Kast La Vega. ; t - --. B. a PITTENGER & CO,-;.: PTE A f.l L A U n D Ft Y l Goodscalled for - -- and delivered.. , Practical Shoe Horse Power j Latest V.f. Gov't Report" S. A. Clements, proprietor of tb New Mexico planing mill, has Jmt received ah assorted stock' pt building materials ot all kinds and styles, which be offers for sale at prices to suit tbe times. ' Me keeps oa band always ativev and redwood lumbar, and shingles, 'and gives special attention to ibatMer and' contractors In want bf building fnatorlals. Corcfrr Seventh and Jackson streets, BasV Xas Vegas..- Goods delivered free of charge la the city', lOS-tf .-' Mining Stock lor 5le. Th Lis Vegas Mining and '. Prospecting company. Incorporated undor the laws of the Territory ot New Mexico, with caoital stock of tlfiO.OOO, now offers 6,000 shares ot stock1 for sale at 25 cents per share. All In quiries should be addressed to .tbe presi dent br seosetary.,.' Wm. B. Cbites, , , . . .v , ' 'President.. Tbos. X. BLauvblt, - . - -v ' I V Secretary. - : 98 ml '" . '". - 'j ?tes City of Mexico. T LA Vl0S, X. , M.V Ma.rch 9tb, 1890. Round trip rates to City ot Mexico, from Las Vegasf (60.70. Goiog limit, sixty days,, with final return.limit, of six months from date of sale. " '--j, i J BATSS TO PHORNIX. it-, :? ' h "-: , Tonriit rates to Phoenix,- ftt.it., "and ; re turn ifroBV- Las : Vegas, $48.50. Limits. fifteen days in each direction, with' final limit of. six mootbs. '''. ; tf C. F. Jonks, Agent. Smpksless and black powder loaded 93-tf shells at ffiG. Coors.' Surplus. v',1:'.'' "4 ' , OF LAS VEGA8. ..'' ' ': :V '' - C&ial f Paid in ; - - - - " OFFlOEBfil DB. J. M. CUNNINGHAM. President.; , . ' FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President. ,Y . '.-"'''Ai '"j 'Y.?----.-, D. T. HOSKINS, Cashier. ; ! '.- ; ' ' ". S" ; . F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier. : ' '" ISTKEEST PAID OH T1MB DEPOSITS IJEI . TUB : LAS VEGAS SAVINGS BANK. 43 Have your earnings by depositing them In the Lab Visas Bavibos Bask, where they will bring you an Income. ' Every dollar saved, is two dollars made." Ho deposits received of less than fl. Interest paid on all deposits of $S and over. A large and complete line of I11LWI 'Plows and Points Kept constantfy bn hand, together with Garden Hose, Wire Netting, Poultry and Fence Wire, ; . STOVES AND RANGES .... of every description, Your patronage is solicited at the Old Town Hardware Store, NEW BUILDING, 0. WINTERNITZ. tl L ilOSEOTIIAL CO, 826 & 328 Railroad Av6nuW ji .-- "DKAXKBS IW . - f. . ' GENERAL-IViERCHANDISE Goods delivered free to aJJ parts of tb?, ; fore parohaslng, and be convinced of our low prioes. - :'" Complete line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand , - A, A. WJSB!, TNptary Fublio. Established ; ;;,'vi : WISE & HOOSETT,; " ; '." LpANS AND REAL .. i B3TATB, "iJ'.l jSixth and Douirlas Aves.-Eafft T.aa Vra : V M '.' ' Si- ; improvja anaTynimproved Land, and City ipea toior jwonesiaeutj. 'tttips esacnlned, Bent, oolleoted and Taxe. paid. M I. Pilsll lj J Call Around and Which Have Arrived at mi IROSEnWALD'S, r r ' I Consisting of the Very Latest in EVERYTHING. No trouble to show our goods. ; , er-, fill)- ' Robt. L. M.Ross, ; ; Real Estate v un MU monnitinr inouiiAiiuru OCMT nuuiis Frte to Suit tie Mi, v, Lotd from $100 np. SOLE AGENT . of the' Hill-site Town Co. addition, and the Eldo rado Town Co. lower addition. Residences, Business Properties, Loans, Mortgages and Securities, Desirable Acre Properties; Faims under Irrigation Ultches. omoe on 20 HOOK, TAMME OPERA HOUSE. E.IAI VE0AI. :P.'EOTffit SEae SSW , afssi9BBSBB Sasx& sslrBa ' hIJsMMr Douglas Ate, Batcher Shop. Fresh4 Bntterlns, cheaper and better than creamery butter. Leaf lard, sausage and fresh meats every day. ' . '"' F. OAKLEY, - Successor to J. S. Blston," . House ai Sip Mm, Glazla, Paper Hanging, Etc. Shop Opposite Express Office. ;; ' TELEFBtONR 67. ' JOHN E. STILL, Contractor 't - ; : and Builder; ' Office next door .west - 4jf ' Tns . Optic, 1 xuuuing,.;. 0100,000, ; 60,000. ,H. W.Xiu.T, Vlce Prea. D. T. Hoskihb, Treas. Paid upcapital, $36,000. The Dandy Wind Mill. None Better. ojty. Call and examine our stooa: os 1881. t "?w "P. O. HOOSETT. : -m , , ... . . Property (or sal.. Investments made f end M CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. I Tbe finest line of Carriages, Bug U Landaus. 8111 revs. Phartons and Darts in thi Southwest, ot the best! - II - ? Livery and Feed Stable uiori ti VI0U I SB. The New First National Bank, .LAS VEGAS, j . JEFFERSON RAYNOLDS, President JOjlN-W. ZOLLARS, Vice-President. 7 A. B. SMITli, Ciabier, . , ' '.;;-; . - v F. N.; SMirn Agaistaot. Cashier ','', Accounts Received Subject ; to Check. Tnfnmai Da,' A ' mi '': ' .ir'-' ' je-j'' -axAiCAcot x aiu. uu. East Las Vegas wholesale Wool Hides Ranch and Mining Supplies, BLASTING; GIANT POWDER. PLOWS, FAUCI r.:: and all Agricultural Implements. FARM, GRASS ' AND 'GARDEN SEED. PORTLAND CEMENT, ACME CEMENT PLASTER, mm FniEDfJAfj a WOOL w nolesale Grocers? LAS VEGAS N. M. it wm:- ( Successor to .- lTHOLISAJ AKD SASH, Fainta, Oil Cerrillbs Hard TELKPHOHB No. 5 Goods aeUvere4 ALtv-KINpSvpP'JOBvPRIOTINa Neatly And eipoditiously executed, and BBS Goods NEW MEXICO. xiiuu JepOSllS. and Socorro. N. M. G-rocers and Pelts rWire, Nails, and Shovels. TOOLS, kinds of DEALERS. PLAZA HOTEL la. Tegas, Mew Bl.zlo. .. only first-class ..house in th Headquarters for stockmen. The city. A. DUVAL, In obarareof Cnislna Danartmant. n.iaai 860 per meal ; $6 per week. Table, .applied with everything tb. market affords. MRS. S. B. DAVIS Lessee:. ' MtM k. .1. A Am. Bm KA. M IW . , BflO, Omenta, $S to $18. Coon Bros.) EJCTAIL DIAXIB W BOORS. MaDS, ViBISlS and Glass. and ,;Soft , Coal. ; ;NEW MEXICO tree In dty. at a fair price,' at Tbk Optic office. A. Corcoran, Dealer in Ccrrlllos Hard and Soil COAL Blossburg Coal, Etc, Corner of Twelfth and Llnoola Streets. Telephone 47. r.:S3G WAIT, Late of Topeva, Kansas, FASH!0:!ACLE CriSSrilKEO Reasonable Prices. $12 rrince St.