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VOL XVII.
EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 2,3, 189G.
NO. 121
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CUBA TO THE FRONT
Great Activity Off the Coast
Florida of Friends of.
the Island.
Of
NEW JOINT RESOLUTIONS
Fofirteen Men Killed
Mine. Explosion
in
at
Dubois, Penn.
NEW.
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YORK REPUBLICANS
Key Webt, JFIa,, March 23 Tbe
. Flotida coast is swarming with fill bus
terers. t Spanish gua boats and Amen-
can revenue vessels are both attempt
tnerlo prevent the expeditions reach
ing CubH, A large party is forming at
fjocoanut Urove. Tbe Cubans are
showing t x'.raordinary activity. : Tbe
steamer "Commodore". Is believed to
be somewhere near the Florida coast,
as Is also toe ''Bermuda." v
Washington, D. C. March 23
Senator MiHs.of Texas, has introduced
a joint resolution, directing President
Cleveland to' request Spain to give
eelf-govemment to Cuba. Ia tbe event
of it refusal, the resolution authorizes
him to take possession of tbe island,
end hold it until the Cubans establish
self. government., ,.
Washington, D. C, March 23
"Upon.t quest of Senator Sherman, the
Cuban resolutions have been re-committed
for amendment, to meet the. ob
jections' of some senators. When com
pleted; it Is to be again .offered and
pressed -to an early passage.
'!" Heaviest of the Season. ""' '
Des Moines, Iowa, March 23. The
heaviest snowfall Of the winter fell in
Nebraska ; ttbd Iowa, ' since Sunday
morning, .', ,.:':
Fourteen Miners Killed.
Dubois, l'enn , March 23. Fourteen
miners were killed, this morning, by a
gas explosion in the "Beerwind White"
coaj shaft.
Octroyed By Fire. '' " '" " '
Joi-UKT, 111., March 23 Fire de
stroyed tbe works of the consolidated
steel and wire company, causing a loss
of $150,000. ' v..:
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Arizona Lend Bill.
Washington, D. C, March 23
The house has passed the senate bill,
authorizing .the .leasing of -lands for
educational purposes in Arizona. This
. Is a- modified bill, changed to meet the
objections raised by the executive, ;
Pearl Bryan'! Murderers.
Nkwport, Ky., March 23. Jaik
sonand Walling were arraigned, to
day.' Demurreis to the " indictment
were overruled. Jackson's trial was
fixed for April 7th. AttorpeyS' were
notified that no continuances would.be
Allowed. i. j
; . Reductian of Hours.
r KkwIIavkn, Conn , March 23 Sar
gent 4i i'o., hardware manufacturers,
have shortened their wotking hours,
the reduction effecting 1,500 em
ployes, on account of overstocked con
dition and dull trade, which they at
tribute to financial dquletude. '
. . The Slnirnsr CoatermonffAr.
Kew .Yoke, N. X. March 23
The topic of all-consuming Importance
. on the Rialto and in theatrical circles
generally, 1s the initial appearance if
Albert Chevalier, in America, w.hiqb is
to take place at Koeter & Bial's, to
uigbtp The large advance sale - of
stalls and boxes indicates that society
bas not overlooked tbe event. It is
( asserted that Chevalier receives, the
largest salary of any English music
hall artist who has visited America,
his remuneration for the ten 1 weeks1
New York engagement, it is said, nX
oeedinir 125,000.
- Bishop of Washington. '.:. Z.'.
Wkw Youk N. . Y., . March H
the arrangements have been completed
for tbe consecration, on Wednesday,,
as the first bishop of Washington, U.
C.,al Rev. Dr. Henry y. Satterlee,
rector of Calvary Episcopal church, ia
which edifice the ceremony, wlH . ake
glace. . An interesting fact id relation
to tbe function is that, one of the at-,
tending Presbyters will be Rev.. Dr.
- Randolph II. McKim, of Washington,
who, it "was universally accepted, by
both branches of the triennial con
vention .of the Episcopal church at
Minneapolis in Ojtober last, which
created ihe new biehonrie. would be
(be first incumbent of tbe effioe. Tbe
best Hid plane, however, sometimes go
' .Ol.n. n n l4 am II.. .J . .. .- I tf .17' ...
wilpresent his successful rival for con.
A Will Be Warm In Texas. ;.
A08TIN, Texas, March 23 It will
be too cut and dried affair, the. state
.-convention which will assemble here,
to-morrow, to choose delegates" lo the
forces of Allison, Reed and McKinley
are claiming everything for their e
spective candidates, but as a matter of
tact, all statements as to the control of
Jbe convention are purely problemati
cal, Tbe whitd republicans are . dt
' ided smong themselves in favor of
4. itfae( Used .or. McKinley, while the
'block and Un" element of the party,
tinder too leadership of Wright Cuney,
the ex.collecfor 0 ftalpeston, and tbe
recognized leader of tba -pegro furors
of tbe state, appear to present fairly
solid frWet la favor of Allison, Unless
otnething ttoforseen turns np. it is
reasonabiy certain tbe ncgroe will re
tasio a unit for - Allison, through thick
nd thin, and iu this contingency the
rait repuoncacg wiil
he . forced to '
freal the breach now separating them
atnd qnite on a candidate, or see the
Jsssveaiics go iiuuer iue control of toe!
I't'jsck and tan" wing of tbe party, I
SITUATION IN NEW YORK.
Indication! Point t Morton Delegation
Although McKinley Men ere Still Hopeful.
Kbw Yokk, N. Yr.'Marob 23-The
republican state convention to select
four delegaus-at-large to the national
convention, will convoue in the Grand
Central Palace, at noon, to-morrow. -.
After the storm comes the calm,
Tbe situation on the eve of tbe con
ventlon oaonot be truthfully desorlbed
as altogether calm, when one considers
the many animated oonferenoes being
held to-day In the lobbies of the Fifth
avenue hotel and other pUoe where
tbe party leaders are wont to oon
eregater and yet tbe perturbed po
litioat pet has simmered down until it
Is possible to forecast w-ith reasonable
certainty tbe programme which will be
followed by tbe convention, to-morrow.
Thomas C, Plait sits In bis oOlos at ?
Broadway entire master of the situa
tion, or such, t least, Is the univers!
opinion, and it is conceded that the
aotions of tbe convention will be in
full accordance with the d iota tea of the1
machine. . This means that some more
Morton resolutions of the strongest
sort will b3 passed, akbough such a
proceeding migbt seem unnecessary in
face of tbe puoiio sentimect of the
stats already expressed.... Bat i Mr
Plait intends tbat every vestige of
anti Morion fueling shall be-stamped
out and particularly tbat tpe wind
shall be taken out of Msj r McKinley '
saile, and toward ibis end every move
of tbe convention will be directed.. If
tbe schism between the Piatt and anti-
Platt wings of the party can be healed
in tbe interests of harmony before tbe
convention is called to order, all well
and good, but if the ff rts of J Bloat
Fassett and otlw r leaders who are
going about, olive bruooh in hanr,in an
endeavor to bring peace, are unavail
ing, then tbe anti-machine peopla
must be quashed. It Is . also evident
that a strenuous effort will', be made
during the next twenty-four1 hours to
nnite the warring factions in order that
tbe convention proceedings may be
harmonious and a standing rebuke to
the district conventions which have
evinced a disposition to bolt the Mor
ton boom. i
Cnauncey M. Depew, Thomas V.
Piatt, Warner Miller and Edward Lac
t rbach wiil compose the delegation
at-lurge, and all indications point to
the selection of Speaker Fish and
Lieutenant-Governor Saxton as alter
nates at-large. ? The other ; two alter
nates are not definitely decided ' upon,
but they will probably be Comptroller
Roberts, wbo was turned down for del
egate from his own district, and Mayor
Wurster of Brooklyn, ibe seleo ton
of Mayor Wurster is being urged, in
order to bring King's county solidly
into line for Morton.
There will be tbe strongest kind of
a sound uoney plank incorporated in
the platform, thereby rtrLctiog the
views of Governor Morton, and, at the
Same time, ga"TnIng"the leverage afford
ed by being the first of the state con
ventions to declare unqualifiedly for
the single gold standard. .
John E. Milholland, Secretary Wake
man, of the protective tariff league,and
other ardent McKinley men have been
on the jump all day, arousing interest
in the McHinley , demonstration, which
is planned for -Cooper Union to night.
The McKinley supporters and the dis
affected , element opposed to Piatt's
plans, are of the opinion thst . an en
tbusiastlo' and well-attended meeting
will go far toward putting tbe stamp of
insincerity on the Morton boom.
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.
The gold reserve; is $128,288696.
The Spanish goversment has suc
ceeded in obtaining 130,000,000 from
bankers in Spain for tbe Cuban war
expenses. ... ; -
Jessamine c-mnty, Ky;, in Governor
Bradley 's congressional district, elected
d. legates and Instructed tot Bradley
flrtt and McKinley second..' Vi
It is -reported that Cbitl; has just
bought one of the ' ironclads built by
the, Armstrongr, cf JSTewcaStle, for the
Japanese governments Tbe price paid
is said to bave'been 1,000,001).
: Co!d " weather during - the "last few
days, with attending frosts, has killed
a large pert of tbe vegetable' crop in
the northern portion of Florid and as
far south as Winter Park. Ia some
places thin fee formed. ; - ;
' The championship pool tourney at
Pittsburg for tbe championship of tbe
Lnited States, between Clearwater, of
Pittsburg, and Keogh, of Scranton. re
sulted in a Victory for tbe- Pittsburge I
oyasooreoiuuuioDtJ. :
Delegates in the CQnrention of
Hennepin county, Minn., were in
structed for McKinley. 'The first
choice of the Kamsay county conven
tion was C. K. Davis. At Minne
apolis, after somethingof a contest,
tbe delegates were given strong' in
struction for McKinley.,-, $ 1 -
Ashland Wilkes," the. famous sire
of 'John R Gentry," was; sold at
Wichita at private sals to J. F. Scott,
ot Lexingtpn, Ky;Vj for: 110,000 cash.
Mr. Scott is the man "who developed
the speed in Jobu R. Gentry, V and
sold him a few weeks ago in Mew York
for a good sum.
At tbe Grand Central palace, New
York, Saturday night, 3, COO people
wbo bad gathered to see boxing bouts,
were disappointed. The police pre
vented McCoy- and Choynski from
lighting on their merits, and they gave
four light exhibition rounds with no
deciti n. Solly Smith, olLos Angeles,
got the decision over Jerry Barnett.
William Q. Judge, of the theosohpi.
cal s-iciety, died in New York. He has
boen, since the death of Mme. Blavat
sky, the most prominent theosophist in
this country. Mr. Judge was one of
tbe original members of tbe first theos
ophist society in America. The ob-
ject of the society was stated to be to
obtain knowledge of the nature and
I obtain knowledge of.
attributes of the suDreme oower and of
the higher spirits by tbe ard of Pbyslr
cal processes, : " " C '
DELEGATES CHOSEN
ReDublican Convention- at Al-
r
buquetque a -Most Har
mohious Gathering.
JOHN CLARK GETS THERE
Corbett llf fasOslto Fight Mitch
ell and is After . ;
FItzslminons. "
SOME "BUSINESS FAILURES'
AtBUQCBttQCK, N. M , March 23.
The republican convention convened
here this morning at 10 o'clock with
Hon., E. L- Bartlett, of Santa Fe, Ter
ritorial chairman, in the chair.' - -
4 The'flonvention was harmonious and
well attended, and everything went off
as was expected, la . good feeling and
unanimity. h-'' 'f';.'.1' 1
For delegates to St. Louis, the selec
tion was Hon. Pedro Perea, John 8.
Clark, Sol Luna, T. D. Burns, A. L.
Morrison and W. II. II. Llewellyn. :
As alternates, W. S. Williams, Chas
II. Sparks, F. Springer, C. Baca, J.
Van Dusen and P. Mothersill were se
Kcted. , , ., '-'J. '. ,
The delegation is uninstruoted.
Albuquerque, N. M., March 23.
Every county except one is represented
m tbe republican convention to-day
Delegates to St. Louis ' will be unin
struoted. r; . .- .
Won't Fight Mitchell.
New York, N. y., March 23. The
Bolingbroke club, of London, bas of
fered $12,000 for a match between
Mitchell and ' Corbett. . Tbe latter re-
fuses, saying tbat Fitzsimmous is his
man.
A Peculiar Case. - ; ,
Baltimore, Maryland, March 23.
II. R. Kendall, an employe of J. T.
Morgan & Co., tbe New York bankers,
asserts that he was robbed of securities
valued at 120,000, on a train, in
Washington, last night.
New York, Vt.r T., March 23.
Members of the firm of Morgan & Co.
deity all knowledge ot Kendall and his
reported robbery. .It is not. known
1 1 f . i .
wnai nis oojeot may . , :;
y:' I Business Fallarea. .
Martiksvillb, Va., M-rch 23
Dudley Brown & Co r tobacco manu
facturers, have assigned, with liabil-
ti s of 137,000; assets, 32,000, .
Easton, Penn j March 23 Tbe
Glendon Iron company,' one of tbe
oldest in the country bas assigned. No
iRjoresgireftv'w-r.i:, . ; xc
Chicago, 111.,. March, 23. Patrick
W. Snowhook assigned tcdayi assets
f 350,000, m real estate; liabilities,
1200,000. . . y :
New York Jail Scandola.
New York. N. Y , March 23 The
hearing of the barges preferred
against Sheriff Tamsen, growing out of
the Ludlow street jail scandal, was be
gun 'before Commissioner Robertson
tbis morning,, and from the array of
witnesses and counsel present at the
opening of tbe proceedings, it looks as
if tbe investigation will prove a long
and interesting one. , Tbe case will be
prosecuted by Deputy Attorney -General
Hasbrouck, while the ' 0 junsel for the
defense will be beaded by ex-Secretary
of the Navy Ber jmin.F. Tracy.
English Racing Matter.
London, England, March ' 23-
The : English racing -season:, will be
formally inaugurated, to-morrow, with
the running of the great Lincolnshire
handicap of $10,000, in which Mr,
Croker's "Americus" is among the
horses named to start. Owing to tbe
large number of foreign horses sent to
England to take part in the various
big events this year, Interest in racing
matters is at the top notch of enthus
iasm, and the great event of to morrow
will be . witnessed j, by i an array ot
Aristocracy,' almost unprecedented in
brilliancy. The Duke and Duchess of
York will be among those attending
the race, and op Wednesday they are
to proceed' to- Lancashire to join the
house." party .whioh Lord and Lady
Derby, will entertaih for the grand na
tional handicap which will be rdti at
Liverpool next Saturday. . J
Holmnn Notes, .
n the Edtter of flm Ovm :1 " . '.
IIolman, N. M., Maroh 20. Al
ready planting has oommenced in this
valley. ;. -f '- ''
Miguel Martinez and Manuel Castas
left for. Taos this week on business. '
Simon Vorenberg, of Cleveland, has
sold all his cattle (0 eastern bujers,
J., S. IIolman, one of the few old
timers left, Is under tbe weather. ' '-.
A meeting of the citizens of ; the
Mora valley is called for the 23d Inst,
to meet at Mora to disouss the propo
sition , made by the electric railroad
people, to the lapd owners of the
valley. '" -' . - . Con.
.iJacob Kenestrick has arrived bare with
' ear load pf household goods, live stock,
etc., from Jamaspvt, Mo,, and will make
bis homo in this country, (or health ran-
sons. ' - ' - " ,
Maurice Hagerstrom, "the young
Swede," of Providence, bested Charley
Bannon, of Jersey, in a four-ronnd bout
at catch weights. Paddy Purtell, of
Kansas City,' proved himself too good
for Jim Butler, of Brooklyn, and after
the latter was floored .with ,a right
hander on the head, the referee stopped
the boat and awarded tbe honors to
tbe western man. Jimmy Handler, of
Newark, bad a decided advantage over
Jack Murphy, of Long Inland City.
Governor Mclotlre, of Colorado, has
'ijpolo)ed April I7tb, as Arbor day.
Highest of all'ui Leavening Power Lates U. S. Gov't Report
V7 U T . ; 7 n
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fjZCCZM'ZZZ-J PURE
. , .. '.TRACK AN tBAI-V. -J "
.liiiti tint!. V. yonss Sunday sd oV'ai
ielen.!" ;. , , '"' :, :--t .
rraol it Wariog, chief eierk to ths
agent's ofllo here, has bin appoint a
notary public, bis eommlsilon datinsxfroiit
March Hist.
famphUts of th ' by-laWS,' charts? and
rule of tbe Al T. & S; F. hospital assoola
tl&h have been issued and may be procured
upon application to tbe proper officials.
Last evening;, at about 1 Vc lock, freight
train, second 45,' ditched'two atook oars, up
At Onava, but travel w not delayed, as
the wreck crew soon got them on tbe traok
W. A. Grliwold, Is up from Cerrillos,
where b was recently let out In a reduo
tion of tbe force. He had ween connected
1th tbe road seven years, and bis many
friends much regret that Ripley's policy
of retrenchment should throw him out ot
situation, ' , ,. .
KB W MEXICO RA.TX8 BBDUCKO. '
A new feature In tbe Denver passenger1-
rate war was sprung shortly after noon
Saturday, by tbe Union Paolflo, Denver &
Gulf. Commencing yesterday, tbe Gulf
attempts to carry the fight to New Mexico
common points, thus Injuring the" Denver1
& Rio Grande with Its business 'to Santa
Fe as well as Its rival, the Atchison, .Jo-
peka & Santa Fe. 5 - v ' -' '. ?
Receiver Trumbull will conduct this part
ot bis campaign over tbe lines of bis .com.
petltors, for the, Gulf road does not roach
any of the points concerned , In theon.
He accomplishes; tbla by parrying passen
gers over bis own line s-,fr M Trinidad,
where they are transferred to eitner the
Hanta Fe or tbe Rio Grande.,' . ,
Toe .following rates went Intoettdct yeavJ
terday via tbe Gulf; From Denver to Ra
tool, '- ?&; Dillon, (3.10; Springer,- $4.60;
Wagon Mound, $5.60; Las Vegas, $7.40;
Lamy, 10; Hanta Fe, S10.75; Lof Cerrillos,
$10.70; Albuquerqns, $12.70. 1 ,' j .
The regular tariff to Raton Is $11.10; to
Las Vegas, $14.45; to Santa Fe, $17.80; to
Albuquerque, $19.79.
The Rip Grande and tbe ; Banta Fe say;
tbey will pay no attention to the later
move ot tbe Gulf. ' Although it is a redncf
tion ot seventy-five cents from .Denver to
points In New Mexico, there is oof reduc
tion whatever beyond Trinidad. ,
Jnst received, goods for tbe season; Gar
den tools, rubber and cotton boss, sprlnk
lors, nozilee, eottpliags, menderey etc.;
poultry netting and screen wire; prices
to salt tbe times, at H. . Coors'. llltf
.SPECIAL 1J0TICE8.
-irANTED Poslttofffis jfdTwrpei s o r ecat-
f V panion. wiu iravei or go mw ius
c untrr. Address. lilUe Id. Smith. 'Las
Animas, Oo'o. .
FOB 8LE Cheap tor cash, a fully -,
equipped-restaurant, In Bland, N. at.
l-oi- fmtber Information apply to B H.
Shaw, Bland, N.M. r - , ICti-lSt
J ANT C.D. An honest , active gentleman
vv
or lady to travel ror reliable establih-
ed
huuie. salary $780, ptyable Sis weekly
and expenses. Situation permanent. Rof-
frenceg. Enclose self-ad tressed, staimped
envelope. The Dominion Company, i'.i
Omaha BUlldlog, Chicago. 101 sot
WANTED-AN IDEArK
thing to patent f Protect your ideas ; they may
bring you wealth. Write JOHN WK0DER-
uhjn at vu., fatent Attorneys, wasmngton,
L O., for their (1,800 prize oiler.
ttr
VV and women $10 to $18 per week for
easy home work. No books or peddling.
Steady employment . guaranteed. Send
stamp for Work and particulars at once.
Hn.RU ANN A 8EYHOUB, SIS-South Sixth
street, Philadelphia Fa. r. . 6y-tr-
THIOtt RENT. i hree unfurnished rooms:
JJ Inquire at Xho Las Venus," telephone
oiace. . , i , 6S-tf
A.T. ROGERS,
1 IiATK OF ROGERS BROS.)
Practical Horseshoer,
General Bloocsmlthlng, W
Carriage Repairing, net
promptly done
1 and
and -ii
Railro ad Ave . I-
Opposlte Browne ft Mansanares Co.,
EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW .MEXICO,
CAS VEGAS-. .
1--". r.ffc -Bnppiy '-,
"A Hght, s6 bright,
; That he .who runs ' :
;':.: 2y rtd." " : :
And at a price that vrill cooiparc
favorably with kerosene otrl other
primitive means of jllurriinatioru.ai-
Call or address." office,
iTammo Operg Houses-.
A. C. SCHMIDT-1
Maoafeoturer of
ffaps,-:- Carriages,
"And dealer la ,'
Hoiivy HordvvarD
Every kind of wagon material oa hand
Horseshoeing and repairing .specially
Grand and Mansanares Avenue-kst La
Vegas.
B.C. PITTENGER&m -
CTd A LI t A U 0 R Y,
' Goods called for
and delivered,,,
Lliriu Fil '.Cfl.
., 1 c - -.
8. A. t'lsments, proprietor jt;he New
Mtxiao planing milTbas juetreeelyrd an
assorted,tock ot building materials' of all
kinds and styles, which he offers for sale
at prlraf to suit tbert'.raes-. - He keeps on
band always-native and -redwood lumber,
and shljglet, and gives special attention
to: tultders and contractors In want of
boUdlojc materials.- Corner Seventh and
Joeksot streets, Bast Lae Vegas, - Goods
dejivesed tr of charge In tbe city, 10ft-tf
p j ? Mining Stock for Sale. .. '
' lbs Las Vf gas Mining and Prospetitipg
compaby, Incorporated under tbe laws of
the Territory of Ne w Mexico, with capital
stock of (150,000, now offers 6,000 shares of
Stock lor sale at 25 oents per share;' AH In
quiries should be addressed to "the presi
dent pr secretary. , Wm. B. Cbites,
. '. '''k.' President.
( jlOB.fe."Rt..UyKI.T, I : i.-.i; ,
.f, . secretary. . lis ml
'"if litotes t
Ls Vkoas, N.
te'Cirr of Mexico. .
M., March 9.h, 1S90;
Round trip rates to City of Mexico, from
Las 'Vegan, $06.70. Going limit,"- sixty
days, with final return; limit, of six months
from date of tale. . ..,.. ., ,.
V,' .SATIS TO HOKSX,,,r' - '
Tourist rates to Phoenix, Ariz , and re
tain 'from, hat" Vegas, $48.50, , Limits,
fifteen days, In each direction, with final
limit of six months, j? ..
-Jjf " ( ?; F. JoKBJ, Agent. '
Smokeless and , black ,
powuer
loaded
93-tf
shells at H. . Coors.' '
OF LlS
uapiiai ram in
US.
1 ., ;''' " '.-...'''-' OVFIOBBSI '
Pp. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President, )
; FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President.' ;'.
A : " D. T. HOSKLNS, Cashier, .
tST rNTKRKST PAID
LAS; VEGAS
SAYINUS iBANKev;
;3P19fcyonr earnings by depositing them ia tbe Las Vaaa.8 Baviwgs Bi
y wiU-teloevynn an InwmeBvel dollar saved, is two dollars made.'?'
' No deposits received" oTless than fl. -
Interest paid
A large and complete line of
iHHL HI
; Plows and Points
Keptcbnstantly on hand, togetherwith
Garden Hose," Wire Netting,
Poultry and Fence Wire,
STOYES AND RANGES
7- of every description. - : ;
our .patronage is solicited at the
10id Town Hardware Store,
KEW BUILDING'; ,
D. WINTERNITZ.
.; L. 10EtJTIIlL CO,
wy 826 & 328 Raliroad A!vtiW'i
GENERAL lYIERfiHANDISi
Goods delivered free to all parts of the
- " - lore parohasing, and be vonvinped of puif low prices. ... ; ,"" ;
jSP'.J, Complete line of Cartridges and
Aj,;4L. yiSBNotary PubUo, j Established
WISE & HOaSETT,-, i
LOANS AND REAL 'ESTATE,;
. . . , Sixth and Douglas Aves., East Las VeflrMT. M. - ' ' 1 ... -.. .
'Improved and Unimproved Lands and City
attenaea to i,or Jon-rasiaencs. xuiies examineajttenta collected and Taxes paid, .,;
VDL.bUULL
Call Around and
Robt. L. M. Ross
Real Estate
AND INSURANCE AGENT.
Prices to Suit tie Times, .
' ; - Lots from $100 np
-.. S i I' ' iV , 1 . IT I II I I II. '
SOLE AGENT of tha Hill-site
Town Co. addition, and the Eldo
rado Town Co. Jower additions-
Residences, Business Properties, .
Loans, Mortgages and Securities
Desirable Aore Properties; Faims under
irrigation Ditches, omce OD
20 FLOOR, TAMME OPERA HOUJf. L LAI VEOAI.
Donglas iTLButclier Shop
. Fresh Butterloe, cheaper and better
than creamery butter. Leaf lard, sausage
and, fresh meats every day. V
F, OAKLEY,
j ' Successor to J. 8. Elston,
Olazinff.Paper' Hanging, Etc.
Shop Opposite Express- Office
.' TELEPHONE, 67. :
JOHN R; STILL,
;j : Contractor ;
and Builder.
OIBce next - dooi" west Of Tub Optic,
, Building,-- ...
VEOAS.
5100,000.
50,000.
. F. B. JANUABY, Assistant Cashier.
OH T1MK DEPOSITS !.
Hkitbt Gokb, Pres
H. W. Kbllt, Vice Pres."
D. T. BosKtNS, Treas.
Paid upxapitai, $30,000.
on all deposits of $5 and over.
The.
Dandy
Wind
Mill,"
None
Better.
Ml
city. - Call and examine oar stoog a
Ammunition always on hand. ".' -fdi
1881. ' - - : Ci HOaSETT.
Property for sale. investments made .and"
Tf CARRIAGE REPOSITORY.
I y . Landaus, Sutreyi. Phsetona'andfBoadi
IS IDt.flnBitlln.Airiamla... V.nMf..1
I
- -, uarts in tn southwest, or tl
the best
'"" Livery and Feed Stables.
Riori It rns
1
The New, Goods
Which Have Arrived at . uu.
ROSENWALD'Si :
' Consisting of the Very .Latest fn
iV juii a i iiiiiUs
No trouble to how pur goods,1
First National Bank,
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
; ,, JEFFERSON RATNOLDS, President '
JOHN W. ZOLLARS, yice-PresuIent. .... A. B. SMITH. Cashier.
4 1.' CI.-'
iNl SMIf If,
ARJIIdr ut jcHBt irO Check.
;r :!iEa8t! hf Vegas
i- i It iriCc n4 -:
w noiesale
Wool
Hides
Picks aud Shovels.
BLASTIJSTG g GIANT POWDER.
r-
. : and all
Agricultural
PLOWS
FARM, GRASS AND GARDEN SEED.
PORTLAND CEMENT,
: ACME CEMENT PLASTER,
YER FRIEDMAN &
- WOOL
TlAS VEGAS N. M. I
1 M
! 5' kmmm!'
m, ,d-y ,- iW-. 3
(Saocessor to
v f , , , VHOLKSAia AMD
HAMWiBE. L0HB1B. ' S1SH,
a k ! Paints, Oils
Cerrillos Hard
EAST LAS VEGAS,
TKLKPHOSK Ho. SO Ooodj delivered
ALL KINDS OF
Neatljr and expeditiously execrated, and
8SB1
Assistant Cashier. ;
and Socorro. N. M
-.!.!-.
and Pelts.
G-rocers
and JVIining Supplies,
"Wiro. Nail a
, FARC1 TOOLS,
kinds of
Implements.
DEALERS.
Grocers.
PLAZA HOTEL
I. as Tesjas, Maw Mexlce.
only first-class house Jn the
Headquarters for,, stockmesi,
The
city.
In obarsreof Cnislne Danartmetat. Rh
86o per meal ; $8 per week: Tables inppUeal
with everything tbe market affords. .
MRS. S. B. DAVIS
-r';;;'.;.v Lessee;
Booms by tbe day for BOo toS1.00:bv
bontlt, $6 to $18. ' 1
Coon Bros.)
UTAH, DIAXIB IK -
SOOBS, BIJfflS, TAMMS
and Glass, !
and Soft Coal. ;
-
KEW MEXICO-
free In city.
JOB PRINTING
at a fair price, at Th Qrno office."
A. Corcoran,
Dealer la .
Cerrillos Hard and Soft
COM
Blossburg
Goal, Etc.
Comer of Twelfth
Streets. Telephone 47
and Linooln
r-inn
in a umm
aesit
Late of TcpeLa, Kansas,
FASHIONABLE DHESSfMEf?
Reasonable Frioes. 912 Prince 8(,
000,

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