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EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY EVENING, MAftCH 21, 18D0.
A RICH MINERAL FIND
Gold ThattWill Assay $2,000
' to tho Ton, Discovered
Down at Golden.
A WIFE-BEATER LYNCHED
Troubles in the Ranks of the Sal
ration Army, May Cause
, a Split. .
FOUL' MURDER AT' PUEBLO
Special Telegram to the Optlo. . .
SaKta Fk, N. M., March 2l.i-Yea
terday afternoon, while prospecting,
a placer miner near Gulden, twenty
milea" south of Cerrillos, uncovered
three-inch . streak of gold ore, that
WHho'it 1 exaggeration, ' will . assay
2,000. He washed out $5 from three
ounces of ore. It is claimed the dis
oovery ts on government land. Full
particulars will ba given the public if
found to be on vacant ground. The
find has created much excitement in
mining circles here, and at Cerrillos.
Ckrkillds, N. M., March 21. A
three-Inch streak of . gold ore was dis
covered near Uolden, that promises
very rich. Five dollars in eold was
washed from three ounces of it. It
not known yet whether the discovery
is on government land or not.
Lynched (or Wife-Beating.
IIopkinsville, Kv- Maroh . 21
John Windors, a terror to the country,
was taken from bis. bouse, last Friday
night, by white caps. Tuesday he was
I. uu(j banging in the woods. He bad
been 'frequently 'Warned on anoount of
wife-beating and general misconduct,
Had Only Disappeared.
La Porte, Ind., March 21 Rela
tions of William Crawford, a wealthy
tock man, of hvanston, Wyoming
who disappeared three years ago, and
was supposed to have been murdered,
have learned of him , liviDg in Biltisb
Columbia. His Wyoming estate has
been divided among his heirs.
' " For Attempted Murder.
BUBLlNOTOSf, Iowa, March 21. A
lad named Swinehart, eged thirteen
was arrested nere as leader ol a gang
of young ruuians who tortured a little
feilow with tales of terror, bound him
in the cellar of an eu pty house and
fired the building. The names at
tracted jioiice and were . extinguished,
and the lad rescued unconscious.
x "' ' A Murder at Pueblo. 1 - ?
TckbuoJCoIo., March 21 Winfield
J. Brrndollar, a prominent an 1 re
spected merchant, of this isjfy,, jmet.a
violent death at the hands of an un
known assaesin, last night. : An im
mense public meeting is being held,
this afternoon, : to devise means of
capturing the murderer. Public feel
ing and indignation is at fever. beat,
And should the criminal be discovered,
a lynching will surely tol'.ow.
Cimcinkati, D., March 21. O. V
Wing, ruatriculater of human bones
for the medical students at Columbus,
reports to the chief of police, that a
mau aroused him, early Thursday
morning naving a woman 8 head In a
tin bucket, whi h he wished matricu
lated. Lang brown hair, braided, hung
to it, while it bad a big clot of dry
blood on one side. Wing believes the
bead to be that of Pearl Bryan and
asks investigation. His story has great
indications oi prooabiiity.
A Taihionable Meet, .
Washington, D. C. March 21
Although the cycling cruza baa long
beld the society of the capital in its
grasp, the fashionable devotees of Jibe
wheel bave never beld ajregular meet
until " to-day, when several hundred
-tasids and matrons, escorted by baud
tome wheelmen, united in a. spin on
tbe asphalted avenues leading from the
eapitol through the fashionable sub
orbs. The participants were of tbe
most ixclusivo set, including ladies of
tbe cabinet, diplomatic corps, and tbe
wives of a cumber of members cf con
gress. ' .:
Nkw Yoek, N. Y., March 21-
A lierlia dispatch says: To-day is the
saver anniversary oi (be first assem
bling of tbe reichstag,-and in honor of
tbe i vent business has been dispensed
wlttr for the day, md the members are
giving themselv s up to festivity, re
union hod reminiscence. The ban
quet this evening in tbe hair of the
reicbstsg will be a brilliant sff ir. but
there will be a cumber of vacant seats.
for lbs socialists, who are unwilling to
toast tee neaitn m tbe emperor, will
bave a little dinner, all to themselves,
t a near-by cafe. Tbe press also is to
be excluded. The principal toasts will
De to tbe emperor and rrinoe Bis
marcs:. ' '
Send Them U New Mexico.
LOKDON, .England, March.- 21
A draft of the bill prepared by the
government of New Z 'land for tbe ex.
elusion o( consumptives from that col
ony has been -received here. It Is
framed oa the lines of tbe present legis
lation excluding persons suffering from
leprosy, smallpox and other contagions
aisoraers, txcept tbat it Imposes an
extremely heavy penalty upon captains
ot snips bncgtrgconsnmptivea to port,
Whether knowingly or nnwitting'y.
This law, if passed, will eoropell the
aUpUios as a matter cf self-defonoe to
cequtra all Intending passengers from
Amerioan, JJogiisb or Asiatic port to
provide tbeiuselvs with medical cer
tificate showing tbat thcr are neither
OODtomptives nor exhibit ny tend.
SALVATION ARMY TROUBLES.
A Strkms Split In the Army In America Al
Chicago, III., March 21, Salvation
army oiroles are in a ferment over tbe
expected arrival, to-morrow morning,
from New York, ot Commissioner Eva
Booth and Colonel John A. Carleton,
of London, whose mission Is to stem
the threatened tide of Secession to Bal.
lington Booth's 'God's Ameiloan Vol
unteers " Ever since, the trouble In
New York, tbe local contingent of the
army, which is one i f the strongest in
tbe country, has been on tbe anxious
seat, but with the exoeptlon of Wash'
Ington Blackburst, private secretary to
Brigadier fielding, whs is now In Mew
lurk consulting with Hal lington Booth,
it has remained loyal to the old admin
1st ration. No denial is made at bead
quarters of the fact that the army here.
abouts is on the eve of revolt, aud the
situation is ounplioated by the fact that
the local sales of tbe War Cry, wblcb
for a long time bad been phenomenal
bave of late dropped considerably.
white a number of members of the
"auxiliary," who bave been for year
liberal with financial aid, are with
drawing their support. There will be
no welcoming reception to Eva Bootb
To-morrow morning she will conduct
a holiness convention of all tbe Cbica.
go corps, and in the afternoon will
make, behind closed doors, statement
of the titoation, concluding with an ap
peal for continued loyalty to tbe gen
eral. A vote oa this question may be
taken, although some of ibe corps win
resist any attempt to go upon record
On Monday morning, there will be
private council of the Chicago officers,
it whioh each will be asked to state
his proclivities, once and for all. .
London, England, Maroh 31
fbe Booth-Tuckers, who are commis
sioned to take command of the Salva
tion army in America, succeeding Bal
lington B )oth, tbe deposed commander,
sail for the United States, to-day.
they oirry with tbem a special mes
sage from General Bootb to the army
in America, to ue read at tbe great
welojming demonstration, which it is
planned to hold in New York Im
mediately after the arrival of the new
' . Two Killed la Mine Duuutor. .
riTTSDCRO, Pa , March 21 The ex.
plosion in a coal mine near West
Newton, Pa., Is supposed to have
killed a mine boss and a boy. Their
bodies bave not yet been recovered.
Two otheis received serious injuries.
Boundbrook, N. J., is again flooded,
and people are moving out of their
homes. . "
Tbe sohooner "Viking," Captain
Gardner, bound for Fall River, is two
weeks overdue. -;.
The Urited States circuit court of
ppeals at St. Louis, decided tbat in
jods any coin may be aooepted in pay
ment. ' ' " V - ' ' '
A strike of bicycle workers is threat-
ned in Milwaukee, in which 900 men
ill be involved. Ninety have already
gone out. ".-,-'. '.: " i
Blood poisoning caused by a bite of
dipbtheritlo patient, a child, paused
the death of Dr. B. J. Perrine, of Vine-
The republican city convention at
Guthrie, Ukla., ended in a riot after
nominating a ticket half made np of
Cornelius Vanderbllt and Cbaunoey
M. Depew started for California yester
day in a special car. ' They are on a
pleasure trip. ,
Nine of the ten congressional dis
trict republicans elected in , Brooklyn
last night are for ; Morton. ' The tenth
is an Allison man. .
The miners al tbe Wintbrop mine,
Isbpeming, Mich., struck because .the
management wanted them to work ten
hour shifts instead of eighty V .
Edward Everett Hale's protege,
Charles Stsseleki, a young Pole of bril-
lant attainments, was arrested in Bjs-
tob and confessed to burglartasV: "'
Edison- baa discovered, airer using
over 100 substances, that tuogstute oi
calcium is six times as, sensitive to X
rays as platino-barinm-cyahide, for tbe
purpose of making the shadowgraphs
Hon. C. P. Daly, of NeV York, has
Issued a call for a national arbitration
conference, to meet in . Washington,
April 22 and 28, in the interest of per
manent arbitration between the United
States and Great Britain. '
In tbe United States. court'at Boston,
judgment was rendered against Bites
& Whaley for $35,000 in'favor of Mrs.
Fribbla, of Portland, Me., fpr money
lost .through the firm In speculation by
her minor son, ten years 'ago? "
'The fishing togs "Bessie Eaas1 and
Helene" were caught in a blizzard at
Cleveland. The "Ilelene'V was res
cued, after a great deal - of ' difficulty,
but . tbe "Knas" had to, be left, al
though every attempt wasmade to land
her. ! - - . .
Tbe Kansas City gas war has devel
oped a novel feature. The Kansas City
gas company off -rs free stoves to its
patrons and 90 cent gas, both of
which have been met by the Missouri
gas company, ibe first company, in
addition, has opened a free cooking
school for itn patrons.
T. II. Sprague secured a divorce.
Thursday, at Fa-go, N. D , from Lucy
Sprague, on the ground of desertion.
In the afternoon, he was married to
Miss Mry Hall, of England, whom be
has brought with Mm as his companion
during his ninety days' stay. Hs is a
wealthy Jfew Inlander.
William Meruit was arrested Jo
Chicago on anspicion of being impli
cated in tbe wire-tapping bobeme, last
week, whereby tbe pool-rooms were
defrauded out of 920,000 on a false dis
patch from tbe New Orleans rsoe track
tbsiEoysl Nettie bad iron (fee last
iaCo vi iue ua
TO RECOGNIZE CUBA
A Joint Resolution is Offered
Place, of the Con--'
BANK ROBBERS AT WORK
Imnortant Documents Arrive In
. Washington to Help
. i Venezuela's Cause. ' -,
A DYNAMITE EXPLOSION
Washington, D, C, March 21.
Senator Morgan, presented a new phase
of the Cnban qaestion to tbe senate
shortly before adjournment last night,
by offering tbe following, joint resolu
"Jiesolved,' By the senate and bouse
of representatives of the United States
in congress assembled, that ft is here
by declared tbat a state of public war
exists in the island of Cuba between
tbe government of Spain and the peo
pie of that island, who are supporting
a separate government nnder tbe name
ot the republio of Cuba, and a state of
beligerency between said governments
is hereby recognized." ,
Tbe slirnlricance of this resolution Is
tbat it is a joint resolution instead of
concurrent one, and that it is confined
to tbe bare recognition of belligerency
upon a basis of tbe declaration tbat a
state of war exists in Cuba.
Senator Morgan said in reply to i
question, tbat it was his purpose to af
lord those who bad objected to a con
current resolution and expressed their
willingness to support a joint resolu.
lion a chance to make good their prom,
ises. He will try to call it up Monday,
regardless of tbe concurrent resolution
now before tbe senate, and hopes to
bave it passed with little delay.
Made a Oood Haul.
Decatur, III., March 21. A party
of strangers .who arrived here last
night, are credited with robbing a
bank here of f 8,000 and steaiiog a
number of horses, with which they
made their escape.
Elliott Crrr, Md., March 21. A
premature explosion of a mass of dyna
mite used by laborers on electric road
constructian, mangled two men beyond
recognition, and demolished .hundreds
of windows and. shook the town like an
To Substantiate Their Claim.
Washington, D. C, March 21.
A great mass of valuable records, and
anoient maps, gatbered in Venezuela
to substantiate the claims of thai coun
try against British contention, arrived
here to be laid before tbe commission.
Monday. ' These documents are the
most valuable yet presented.
' Athletes Depart.
New York N. Y., March 21.- As the
steamship "Fulda" steamed away from
tbe North German Ltloyd pier, In Ho
boken, tbis morning, the great crowd
on tbe dock enthusiastically j lined in
yelling : "Hooray, Hooray, Hooray,
Tiger, Sis Boom, ab, frinoeton." ' Un
board was the Princeton atbletic team.
which is to to uphold the honors of
America at the Olympian games to be
held in Athens, next month. The
members of tbe team are:. J. H.
Col felt, F. A. Lane and A. C. Tyler,
with Robert Garrett as captain. Tbe
party will arrive at Athens on April 8d,
no days before the great tournament
is soheduled to begin.
;i, " Ooldon Anniversary.
Cincinnati, Ohio, March 21. Arch
bishop Elder is being flooded with con
gratulations, to-day, this being the
golden jubilee anniversary of bis ordl.
nation. Among the letters and tele
grams received : at ' tbe archipiscopa!
residence, this forenoon, was a message
of oorgratulation from tbe Vatican.
The 'big celebratW of the jubilee,
whluh bad been - planned by a number
of the local clergy and prominent lay
men of the church, has been postponed
through . deference to .the venerable
archbishop's request, until sometime in
June next, , when tt will be made one
of the most elaborate and costly func
tions in the . history of the Biman
Citholic church of America.
Button, are Not Vote..
PbilapeU'BIA, Pa., March 21. Sen
ator Matthew Quay does not propose to
be ou'.done when it comes to using the
little political button as a faotor in
campaigning for tbe presidential nom
ination. Last" week it became known
tbat an order had been placed with a
local. manufacturer for a half million
buttons bearing tbe miniature likeness
of Major McKinley. No sooner had
the news reached the ears of tbe Penn
sylvania Senator than an order was
sent to the same manufacturer for one
million Quay buttons to be made in
twd designs and those in a position to
know say that these badges are in
tended to outshine in oostliness and
uniqueness of design anything of the
kind that will be distributed in the
A Boxing- Tournament.
Nitv York, N. Y., March 21 A
program of unusual interest will doubt
less draw an immense crowd to wit
ness tbe boxing tournament whioh will
take place at the Grand Central Palace,
to-night. The main feature is a ten
round bnt between Joe Cboynski and
Kid" McCoy. Since McCoy's knock
out defeat of Tommy Ryan, he has
risen above par in the estimation of the
sporting fraternity, and there are
many who are willing to bet tbat be
will gain tb decision over the heavy
weight GaUfornian. Qihflr features of
tbe program are sis-round contests be.
tween Jimmy Handler and Joe Kjx
moo Jack gkelly and Jackpowoeji
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U; S. Gov't Report :
and Solly Smith and J4erry Barneflt
All of the contestants are veDlyj
matched, and some exciting boxing is
anticipated., ., ,..; 1
" - ' TRACK. AND IIlAItf. J
Jos Taylor, machinist, Is again an em
ploye In tho .hops al Raton, -,
: 0(1 in tank ear to removed from classl
flcatlon of apodal freight so bulletins
Supt. Horley. v
Chas. Reeves, engine crew ealfrr, has re
signed his position i with the Atchison at
Raton and will leave shortly for Colorado.
George Baiiton bas taken his place.
Tardmaster Frank Murphy, of the Atch
l.oni at Newton, bas leoored sixty-day '
leave of absence,. and, accompanied by bis
family, wiU.vi.lt relatives u California"
, H. B. Hubbard, pilot oa .the Glorlets
moantain, who has been hero for a fow
days, left for bis post ot duty to-daA
Chas.Moore, who bad been doing his worav
will return to bis run here.
Brakeman Graybill, who was caagbt b-
tween two ears and crushed to death at
Forth Worth, Tex , last week, waa formerly
a conduetor on the Panhandle division of
tbe Atchison running ont ot Wellington.
' ' v no oambliNo ooks.
Trainmen running on tbe middle division
ot tbe Atcbi.on can no longer Indulge in
the enjoyment of an interesting game of
poker or a quiet hand at high five in their
way car. while waiting for a passenger
train at a siding or killing time at a station.
An order forbidding this plea.ure bas been
issued by Trainmaster Bailey of Newton
and reads as follows:
"Complaint is made that for some time
past some of oar tialomen have been In tbe
habit ot gambling In way cars at terminal
station.; and this at times when -they
needed rest. I am directed to inform you
tbat all card playing in way cars at night
is forbidden and employes found gambling
in way cars at pay time will be dismissed
from the service."
Spodon, Tuesday. - '
says: A more delighted audience is bard
to Imagine than tbat enjoying ,8. M
tjpedon's crayon talk at tbe Y. M. C. A
nan, iuesaay evening, Tbe euniect seiaot.
ed was "Character and Cbaraoterlstics,"
which be skillfully handled. Mr. Bpedon
is an entertainer of rare genius.anda com
bined humorist, cartoonist and artist. He
makei In view of tbe audience, lares ool
ored erayen sketch ea ot Ibe most Intaraat-
lng nature, and at tbe same time, keeping
npa cnatty talk on toe BUDiect wniou
sparkles from beginning to end witb
Don't fall to b:ar him on Tuesday eve
ning at Tamme opera bouse-. Band series
at popular prices, 50 and 29 cents. Coupon
ticket holders should Becure tbelr reserved
seats, as in all probability every seat in the
house, will be takenj ,
Just received, goods for the season Gar
den tools, rubber and cotton, hose, sprink
lers, ncszles,' couplings, menders, etc.;
poultry . netting and screen wire; prices
to suit tho times, at H. G. Coors'. .. llltf
TWO nicely furnished rooms for rent. -
. It JARS, J. li. HOWLLd25 Fifth St.
MOSKV TO LOAN On good real estate
security. Address "M," care of
Optic. ; st
TT ANTKD Position as governesser com-
y y pauion
;o mto tbe
Animas, Co o.
WANTED A good pevrmg midline can
vasser. Call at Singer offlce, Plaza,
oldt wn. - - lis 6 1
FOK SALE Obeap for cash, a fully
equipped restaurant, In Bland, N. M.
For fuitber Information
8baw, Bland, N.M, -
apply to 8 H
W ANTKD, An honest , act! ve gentleman
or lady to travel for reliable establl 'li
ed huuee. Salary $7tj0, p lyable $1S weekly
and expenses. Situation, permanent. Hef
nrenees. ijuuloie self-aaiireised, stamped
envelope. The Dominion company, S16
Omaha .Building, Chicago. .. 101 not '
thing to patent 1 Protect your Ideas ; they may
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UKN & CO., Patent Attorneys, Washington,
. O., for their (1,800 prise offer. .
UTE MUST HAVK HBLP.
We pay men
Der week for
TV and women. $10 to $18
easy home work. No books or peddling.
Steady- employment guaranteed.. Send
stamp for work and particulars at once.
HERMANN A 8KYUOUK, SIS South Sixth
street. Philadelphia, Pa. . 6-tf
OR RENT. three unfurnished rooms;
Inquire .at . the Las.. Vegas, telephone
W v., v ;tS-tf..
A. T. ROGERS,
; . UlSCra OF R0OKR8 BROS. V
Oeneral Blaoxsmlthlng, Wagon . and '
Carriage Repairing, aeatly and A
' promptly done . -, i
XSo.llxo ncl vo. ,
Opposite Browne 4 Mansanares Co, :
EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
A. C. SCHMIDT
' And dealer lsi .
Kverr kind or wimn matArf.l m h.mi
tiorseanoeine nd renairlna- a
J O wvb.w. WM UMUW
vraoa ana ttaczanares Aveuues.
B. C. PITTENGER & CO.
Goods called for :
and deliveretj.,, .
9. A. Clements, proprietor of the New
tieXloo planing mill, Ha. Jutt received an
assarted stock bf building materials of alt
kinds and styles, which be offers for sale
at prices to suit tbe times. He keeps on
hand always native and redwood lumber,'
sod shingles, and gives special attention
to builders and contractors in want of
building materials. Corner Seventh and
Jaek.on street), East Las Vegas. . Goods
delivered free of charge id tbe city, 105-tf
1: X " . Mining Stock for ?ele.
. The Las Vegas Mining and Prospeoting
oompany, Incorporated under tbe laws of
Ube Territory of New Mexico, with capital
stock of .1160,000, now offers 6,000 shares ot
stock for sale a2S oents per share.'- All In
qnlrle. should be addressed to tbe presi
dent or secretary, x, W, E. CarTKS,
, " " President.
4 Taos. E. BlauvblT, ' . .
'( -- ' ".. ' Becretary,.' .u 98-nil
i r. " .
Rates to City of Mexico.
; Las Vjf qs, N. M., March 9:h,189fl.
Round trip rates to City -of Mexico, from
LaS Vegas, 100.70. Going limit, sixty
days', with final return limit, of six months
from date of sale. ....
1 'v . BATK8 TO PHOKNIX. . .'."
' Tourist rates to Phoenix, Ariz., 'and re
turn, from. La? Vegas, $48.90. Limits,
flftfis days, Id each direction, witb flaal
limit ef six months. -iv -
ttj w O..F. Jonas, Agent. :
okelesi and black powder loaded
theiuj t H. U. Coors.' 93-tf i
Capital Paid in
Surplus, ;. ,
AN MIEDEL NATIONAL BANK
.. : '" V " ' OFFlOKBSt . , .
DB. J.M. CUNNINGHAM, President,; , ;f
t FRANK SPKINGEB, Vice-President.
..:. D. T. HOSKINS, Cashier.
- F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier,
i t2T rNTKHEST PAID OK T1MK DEPOSITS iJB
SSave your earnlnirs bv deDOBitlnor them
they wlU bring you an income. Every dollar saved, Is two dollars made,"
v "v Ho deposits received of less than $1,
' Interest paid on ail deposits of $fi and over.
A large and complete line of
... 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
Old Town Hardware Store,
; : MEW BUILDING, 1
1 L. ROSEUTIIAL & 60.
826 & 328; .''RalXbakd;;AvenUe.'y:.';-v:v-
Ranch Suppllera ia &t&ol(xlty.
Goods delivered free to ail parts Of the oltyL Call and examine our stoca ot
- j j ; Iore pnrohasing, and ba bonvinced of our. low prices. . ' v
; Complete line of Cartridgfes and Ammonitioii ahvavs'on hutdi J' "b
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u ; wise & HoosEix ; : ' i ,
LOANS AND , BE3AL ESTATE,
Sixth and Dougtas Aves., East Las VeeHs,4j. M.
Improved and Pnlinproved Lands and City
attended to for Hon-residents. Titles examined, Bents oolleoted and Taxes paid.
Call Around and
; Th Jew Goods
Which Have Arrived at';'.'-' 1-
v. Consisting of the Very Latest in
No trouble to show our goods, .
Robt. L. M.Ross
Real Estate .
AND INSURANCE AGENT.
Prices to Suit tie Times,
. Lots from $100 np
SOLE AGENT of the Hill-site
Town Co. addition, and tbe Eldo
rado Town Co. lower addition.
Residences, Business Properties,
' Loans, MortgSges'and Securities,
' Desirable Acre Properties; Faims tinder
irrigation Ultones. omoa on
SO FLOOR, TAMME OPERA HOUSE, E. US VEOAS.
Douglas in. Butiher Shop
Fresh Butterloe, cheaper and better
than creamery butter. Leaf lard, sausage
and fresh meats every day.
. . Successor to JjB- Elston,
HdnsB aM Sip Palntins,
Glazing, Paper flanging, Etc.
Shop Opposite Express Office.
X fPPT UTJTTrtWTll B"
JOHN R. STILL,
door west :
bEitRT Goec, Pres
H. W. Kbllt, Vice Pres.
D. T. H os kins, Treas.
Paid up'capital, $30,000.
in the T,a Vmii Riviisbh Rahk. where
Property for sals'. Investments made and
The finest line ot Oarrlairaa.
Carts ln'thi Sonihwest, of tbe best
: Livery and Feed Stables.
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First National Ban!
: LAS VEGAS,
' . JEFFERSON BATNOLDS, President
JOHN W. ZOLLARS, Vice-President. A. B. SMITH, Cashier.
" : 1 F. N. SMirii, Assistant Cashier.
counts Received Subject to Check
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
East Las Vegas
Wool, Hides and.Pelts.
Raqch and Mining SupplieB
, Fence Wire," Nails,
Picks and Shovels.
BLASTING GIANT POWDER.
PLOWS, FARM TOOLS,
. and all kinds of
FARM. GRASS AND GARDEN SEED.
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UM FRIEDH & DRO,
LAS VEGAS N. M.
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!eAST LAS VEGAS, 1 -
TEliKPHOKK Ho. 66 Goods delivered
ALL KINDS OF
Neatly and expeditiously executed, and
and Socorro. N. M.
La. Vegas, Maw Mezie.
only first-class ' house in th
Headquarters for stockmen.
In ebarseof Cul.lna Danartmant. H.I..I
866 per meal ; $8 per week. Tables snppUwf
with everything tbe market affords.
WRS. 8. B. DAVIS :
i'i't -'v-: ' ' Lessees
Booms by the dav tor SOe to S1.0O; h '
Jmonth, $5 to fl. , ., , ,.; . '
D002S, BIiESBS, 7AMISHS
and Soft CoaK
free in city.
at a fair price, at.THi Optio offlce.'
Cerrillos Hard and Boil
Blossburg Coal, Etc,
Corner ' of Twelfth aad ' Lincoln
Streets. Telephone 47.
Late of Topewt, Kansas.
FASHSOH ABLE DHESSUAKER
Reasonable Prices. 912 Frlnei Z,
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