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EAST LAS. VEGAS, EW-MXICOTUESDAY, EVENING, MARCH 24, 1890.
A SPANISH MISTAKE
Spanish Commands Fire Into
Each Other, Thinking Op
" "posites Insurgents. '
ARRIVAL OF vCOMMODORE
Fires, To-day Destroy Two Iinm
ber Yards in One Place)
.a Town in Another.
Havana, . Cuba, 'March' $H.--T wo
Spanish columns met in Santa Clara
district, Cuba, mistaking each other
for Insurgents, killing seventeen, in
eluding one officer, and ' wounding five
rflicrrs and eighty-four men. Some
of the wounded have since! died.
Nw T6bk,hN Y.i March 24.
It la announced here ihit a large party
of Cubans, with rifles, ammunition,
Iiotchkiss guns and dynamite, were
safely landed on Cuba, from the steam
er Commodore." ',
A Child Killed.
Er, Paso, Texas, March 24. YV. C.
Boerdeh's-m-vear-old child walked off
a Texas Pacifio train, near Vanhorn,
and was instantly killed.
-A Heayy Failure.
PuiLADELi'iiiA, Pa., March-24.
liamil Bro9., prominent manufacturers
at Uermanlown, have failed. There
have been executions . issued for over
Dknver.CoIo., March 24. Ive Free-
lam, under a fourteen-years sentence,
who. escaped from Canon City, last
November, has been located at Ilutte,
Montana, where be is a prisoner for
killing a policeman.
To Hang In July.
Cleveland, Ohio. March 24 Bush
rod Kelcb was, to-day, sentenced to
ha-off, July 23d, for the brutal murder
of his divorced wife, last November
He made an unsuccessful attempt, at
that time, to commit suicide.
r ' ,i loimens. Snow Slide.. .
SiLVEKTON'CoKV ' March 24. Six
immense snow slides have blocked tbo
jllio Grande road between here and
Dora n go. ' Two of thein are one hun
dred and fifty fet ' long, and, thirty
' deep and two hundred wide. '
- Found Dead In Bed. . . i
, Philadkm'hia, Pa., - March 24.
Annie;: MeGratb, aged eighteen, was
found d(ad In a room on Girard ave-
Due, last night. Samuel P. Longdou,
- ' aged fifty-four, a wealthy coal opera-
- tor who lived with ber, has been ar
rested, charged with her murder.
'. Iowa Bench Show..
. ' Cedar Rapids, Iwa, March 24.
- The largest bench show ever held in
Iowa opened here, to-day,, under the
auspices of the Cedar Rapids kennel
club. Nrarly 500 dogs are entered,
. including many prize-winners from the
- recent Chicago and St. Louis txbibi.
lions. -' - .' '
' Ccatructiye Fire..
6 A lin A, Kansas, March 24. Gyp
. 6tu City, eighteen miles southwest of
here, Was almost wiped out by a fire,
which began in the poatofliee this
morning. The telephone ( ffioe was de
stroyed, thus cutting off commuoicar
tlons. t .!,;..,
. La Crosse, Wis., March 24 Simulr
taneous fires broke cut, this afternoon,.
t i 1W9 lumber yards, a mile apart, and
are raging with terrible fury. The
whole 'north portion of the city is en
dangered." Loss, $100,000. The cause
'; ' is attributed to locomotive sparks. .
' "' Orand Church Event. '
New" York, N. Y., March 24 To.
morrow is tbefeast day of the annun
ciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and
it has been appropriately chosen as the
date for the consecration of the ReV.
Dr H' nry Y. Satterlec, of the Cal
vary Episcopal church, as -the first
bishop of Washington, the new diocese
' created by tb laslTjreneTal convention
in Minneapolis last faU.W ;Tbe cere-,
monies will be brilliant In all respects,
and will be pnrticipaie'd In by more
tban-100 eminent churchmen, who
are here f rim all sections of the ooun-
: j , "; . Application for Receiver.
Indiawae-olis, Ind., March 24. This
!s the date set for the bearing of the
application of the American : loan and
trust company for a receiver for the
Louisville, Evansville fc St. Louis rail
road. ' The trust company' has three
tuHs how pending against the Air line
corporation, E. O. Hopkins end James.
H. Wilson, receivers,, and. the New
York security and trust criupany,
which holds a first mortgage against
the ' railroad. Tbe application for .a
receiver sets forth that tbe Louisville,
Evansville & St Louis railroad is hope
lessly insolvent, and that It is certafft
that it cannot resume payment of its
ppligatiocs or control of its affairs.
Henry CSs:.-cn Trial.
KaW Havek, Conn., March ,24.
(The tribunal of the Congregational
church, which is to try the Re v.. Wil
liam T. Brown, .tbe eminent Madison
divine, on charges of heresy preferred
by members of bis congregation, ton.
Vened at Madison to day. The tri-
' tmal is composed of eight of the most
eminent theoloKiari t Blew England.
Nearly all tbeCongrregationa churches
it the state of Connmticu', and many
in New. York and Masfaobuotts, as
Well, have been drawn into the oon
fcwwsy, and eveiy minister of the de
i' ailtstion is arrayed for or ogainat
. f accused. Many prominent msm
" n ct tbe denomination are fearful
I 4 the controversy result in a perma
I at split in the church.
Llv Bird Sboot.
New York, N, Y.. Maroh 24.-
Nearly 600 orack shots and admirers
of live-bird shooting were in the party
that went down to Long Branoh this
morning for the grand Auwioan band
loap of live bird shooters which ia to
open this afternoon and contintn for
three days. Among the number were
a majority of the best sharp-shooters
oi me country, including o. Mess-
ner, of PiitubiiejrrllttUo O. Heikaa, of
Dayton, V-i . C. M.r Grimm, rtf Clear
Lake, Iu; J. W Connor, of Knox.
rllle, Tenu. ; Captain John L. Brewer,
of New York city; Charles A. Young,
oi oprmguam, u j.jiawara uincham
of Chicago, and numerous others equal
iy well known to. the world of sport.
In tbe number and high islanding of
tbe entries, and in the matter f prizes
the tournament will far surpass those of
previous years, and some record-break
ing results are. anticipated. Although
the program? Includes a dozeo or more
notable featares, the chief interest oen
ters In tbe bandioap, which will be shot
at twenty Jive live birds, $25 entrance,
and $1,000 guaranteed, to be divided
among tho three bigb guns. . '
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Croker'. Hone In England,.
New York. N. Y., March 24 k
London dispatch . says s The 4 United
States' is represented in the. Lincbln
Shire handicap of 110,000, the first im
portant race of the year, to be run this
afternoon, by Mr. Croker 's. Ameri.
cus" or "Rey del Carreres," and keen
sporting men, who have seen what the
horse can do, believe that he will land
a winner. His weight is 113 pounds
The course is straight and about 100
yards short of a mile. The betting Is
lavorauia to toe American raoer.
LATE NEWS BY WIRE.
The cold weather has not injured the
Georgia peach crop. . . .
The Postal Telegraph Cable coin
pany, of Texas, has been incorporated
Major C. W indcr, ex-president tf
the Seaboard air line, died at Raleigh,
The steamer Three Friends arrived
at Jacksonville Sunday, with the arms
and ammunition still on board.
. Miss Eva . Booth spoke before the
Salvatian army in Chicago, but ber
mission is regarded as a failure, .
Maple Lodge sanitarium, near Osh
kosh, Wis , burned Sunday. The pa
tients all escaped. ., Loss, f 40,000.
In Hun ts vi 1 le j Te n n. a 1 mob h an eed
William filurpby to a tree. lie was
charged with murder, r ':
Elijah ; KuWer, " white, and John
White, colored, fought over Butter's
wife, near Brice, Ohio. Both men are
fatally wounded, . ' .
The Rev. J. D. Thornton, a preacher
near Soron, Xexas, was severely whip
ped by a m'ub, he having been warned
not to hold services. : -.
The strike among tbe clothing out-
ters in Cincinnati, continues. Yester
day cutters I om New York arrived ,
and will go to work. ' J; V ; . ; .
Bertha McConcell, of Cratesville,
Penn., shot Harry Thompson, her al
leged betrayer, and then tried to kill
herself. Both will die. . c
Fletcher Coalgrove, who murdered
John Goeting and Joseph Bering, I&st
August, in tbe coal hi ids, has been ar
rested near Vivian, VV.-Va. J-
All the records in the United Stated
census bureau, at wasninton, ut m
Were - either soaked , with water ot
scorohed with fire, Sunday.
Mrs. Ilattie Blaine Beale, wife of H.
Truxton Beale, ex-minister to Persia,
has given birth to a son, Mrs. Beale
is a daughter of James G. Blaine.
Near Wewoka, on the line of tbe
Seminole reservation, Indian Territory,
v-alvin Jobnsoh was assassinated by
two men who called him to (be door in
tbe night i
;v. Edison Ms ' said i lo ; have looked
through tbe body of one of - bis assist
ants by aid. of the X. rays,, and haa
seen the organs, particularly tbe heart
and lungs, at work. , r.v ,: ,. i .
Th0 congressional committee on riv-
ers an barbor toad an inspection of
the Ohio In tbe special steanier "Vir
ginia,' which was gaily decorated and
carried an orchestra. ; i : ,
G. M. Witten, tx mayWi' ex-police
judge, , and. retired banker, baa been
missing from UatletVBtqrg, Ky., since
March ' 14tb. He bad $5,000 on his
person when he disappeared,, . - :
To painters employed on a steeple
of ft church, in Grand.' Okla., were
struck by lightning and instantly killed.
Their clothes took' fire, and their
bodies were burned to a erisrff. -1
The Key. Dr, " Brown- jireached in J
San Franclt oo for tbe first lime since
tbe . exposure of the scabdal. Mrs.
Cooper, bis chief opponent in tbe
shufeb, hired a bail for her bible class.
. Admiral Makeroff, of the Russian
natfi who was a guest of the Cramps
ai tbe trial of the new Massachusetts,
was pleased and surprised at the mar
velous results of the vessel's woik. '
Settlers' in the western part of Ne
braska are afraid that Congressman
Andrews arid . land bill conceal a
clause that may give large tracts of
land to Cattle companies to tbe detri
ment of the settlers. 4
Wholesale pilfering by the apprais
ers of the New York custom bouse, his
been discovered to have gone on for
years. Joseph J. Cisco, an opener
and packer in tbe china department,
has been arrested.
Julia Bird, an old t quaw, ber daugh
ter, Charlotte Bird, an infant daughter
of Charlotte, and C. Cquette, an In
dian from the Bad River reservation,
were burned to death in a house on the
outfk'-rts of Baj field, Wis.
Mrs, Charlie Fcaclil.of England, who
maided at fifteen Francisco Fenelli,
was granted a divorce at (Oklahoma.
Sbe tas that bis entire f rtune wa
brought to him by her, and that alter
giving him a $160,000 house in Italy,
he drove ber from it by ill treatment,
THE BOERS READY
Reports That the Boers Are Pre
paring for War With.
England. '. '-
TRAIN ' "ROBBER
Pnnncefote Will Co to
to Consult About
SOME MATTERS POLITICAL
London, England, March 24. Ad
vices from 8outh . Africa report tb
Hoers preparing for war. wUh.EDgland
to preveht further aggressions and se
cure inaepenaence. .. , ; i l
. , Train Robber Suicides. .
Visalia, Cel., Mareh 24.-Lovern
tbe leader of the gang wbo attempted
to rob the New Orleans express train
last week, cut his throat in I all. here,
and will probably die. ; ,i
, Will (Jo to London. -
London,- Eoarland. March 24
It is reported here that Sir Julian
Pauncefote, tbe British ambassador to
Washington, Is coming to London to
consult the home office, concerning
certain features of the Yenzuela dis
pute. . j
Will Cpntlnue Operations.
El Paso, Texas, Msrch -24 The
Westlnghouse manufaoturine company
will operate tbe works of the defunct
smelting company and treat copper
ores . from , Pima . county, f Arizona.
mines, known as tbe "Washington
Group."', . ' n. ..
Minnesota a Doubtfal State.
Minneapolis, Minn., March 24
It is ac open question, this morning,
whether tbe republican state conven
tion this afternoon will declare in fa
vor of Senator Cushman K Davis as
i.s fayoYite jisoii for the presidential
nomination!. Tbe choosing of this
early date, bv tbe atate central commit
tee, at its meeting irf-lbe first week ot
rebruary, was TaMd as a distinct
Davis triumph, hut since that time the
McKioley men have gone into tho fight
with such enthusiasm (hat the senator's
friends acknowledge that they bave
only an even chance to win, Several
of tby-coPKiewiuuaf Ulstilut'Tlelega
tions are specifically instructed for the
Ohio manwTher will be 1,151 dele
gates in the convention. r
' Morton Endorsed ta New York.
New Yot, N Y i March 24 Lale
this afternoon the representatives . of ;
the republicans of tbe Empire state
jrmally presented to the nation the
ame of their, distinguished fellow cit-
?n, ex floe president , and present
governor, Levi P. , Morton, as a candi
date for the - highest office within the
gift of the American people. The
convention that conferred this signal
honor upon the eminent statesman,
wa the largest as weil as the most en
thusiastic that has ever been held by
tbe party in this state. For tbe mo
ment factional differences seemed to
bare been forgotten, and tbe Piatt
people, the opponents tf the pln
wbeel of the state machine, the "snap
pers" and the "anti-snappers,' vied
with each other in tbe enthusiastic
demonstration that greeted the nam
ing of New York's favorite son.
Letter Ll.t No. ta.
Tbe following list of letters remains Un
called (or In tl e postofflce at Las Vegas , Ni
M.,ror tbe weekending March Mth, 189.
1'er.ons calling for tbe.a letters will
please say ." Ad vertlsed ": '
Armljo, rillclano: Barzbasa, Oastmlra;
Brown, Francisco I Barela, Francleco; Col
lier. H. J.; Ksquebel, Nicolas j tiraljam, K.
H (2) : Gallesro.. Simon: Green. W. H lHay.
don, Corlz: IrvlDK, Joha X i Jackson, Btone.
wall: Klnna. VV. H. (2); Lopez, Olarlta A
de;Mora. Aodreal B. le; i'owell, a W.;
P tty , . Fred ; Boawroi - Maria ; Stlnei,
BeatrtS; Sala.ar, Ernest. ' ; . .
- - j, vf.AiunM r in.
A new hardware firm has been organized
la East Las Vegas, it being tbe ' arm of
Meyer. St Wagner, removed from King
ston, N. U. Mr. Mayers is a member of
tbe br4rare ..firm, of K. ,J. Poat & Co.,
tbu'ilty, and was in East Las yoga., yes-,
terday, on the above bosiness. Oitintn, .
The delegates .ana on-lookers, from this
couaty,lo the oonveDtlon at Albuquerque,
yesterday, returned ' on this morning's'
Ltralus, M but for a mU-nnder.tandiog,
would bave been met by tbe band and a
large number of enthusiastic friends. They
were not expected until this afternoon.' - -
W. Bolomaq, advance agent for the
Oopk Twin8iteri "Uncle Tjmjs Cabitt"
oonpany, 1. in tba olty, to-dy. and has
arranged for tbe appearance of bla oom-
party here, on Manlay evening, March
80th. He report, tbs company as playing
to sucoenful business.
Mrs. Jennie Kimball, tbe lady who took
tickets at tbe doir when the Corinoe opera
company was in this city, and who was
tbe mother ot Corione, died ot pnetttoonia
at gt. Paul, Minn., yesterday.
The New Store
Wm. Malboeuf, Prop.
. t. A. SEnTCJlL, Ki;2r
Ladies' and Gents'
At Half Price.
Dress Goods at Cost
tWit. ..l WM VilltkWI
Highest ct all "laVgwtT.--Latest V. S. CoVt Report
v y ui u , rr
"' A. O. U. W. Meeting. ? ''fl
St.' pAjtJLi Atarch; 24 Nearly . 6?0
delegates were present, to-diy, at the
opening in . the hall oi -the - bodse ef
representatives, at the state capitot,of
the lannnal session icf the gradrf todge
Of tbe Ancient Order ot United Work
men. The meeting ts of importance
to the hundreds of thousands OI mem
bers of this powerful order scattered
through the country, from tbe fact that
action will be taken on the proposition
to change the plan of assessment from
a level rate to a graded method. - Ex
pressions of opinion hf the delegates,
this morning.lndicate that the proposal
will be unanimously rejected. Another
proposal to be noted upon is that which
authorize) the issue of beneficiary feer
tiflcates -qf as low figure as ll.fJOO,
payable at ' the death of a member.
This scheme Is favored on.the jrrouud
that It will largely inorease' the atom
bersbip of the order. . ; ;, -:
FOR HUNT Two three-room nouSeevAn
ply to Juan Ortega, at Brown 4 Man
"tlTANIKD position as governess or ooin
V V panion
travel or go Into the
lillle M. Smith, Las
Animas, Co o. ,
TilOB SALE Cheap ior tash. fallv
JJ-- equipped restaurant. In Bland, N. M.
Vot lui ther Information
to B H
Shaw, Bland, $Lal.
WANTKD: An bonest, active gentleman
or ladV to traval for rallnhlA Aatahllah.
ea noute. salary 7Hn, psmbltiSlS weekly
uuu exiBuses. oicuauon permanent, iter
f rences. Enclose pelf ad tressed, stamped
envelone- Thn nnminlnik nnnh.n nia
Omaha Building, Chicago, v ,101 'sot i
uuug to pawner rroteoc yourmeas ; t Bey may
uriiw vim Mrnjc.ii.il. nrmrji -a i v-t ns w hiiiiic
Sunn et .;u., rsiani Altornen
. Q., for their 11,800 prize oar,
WE MUST HAVB HELP. . We say men
and women US tn 4iH ' nar wir fro-
easy home work.. Ho books or peddling.
Steady employment guaranteed. .Bend
stamp for work and particulars at once.
HH.BMANN A SEYttODR. SIS South Rlxth
OR. BENT. three unfurnished rooms
Inquire at The L Vua teleehone
A. T. ROGERS;
.. LATE OF BOOKBS BUOS. ,
Benerai Blaoiimithing, Wagon tod
vuTikge nepairtng, , neat
. - promptly done .
RallroadAve . ,
Opposite Browne & Mauransres Co.," '
EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
LAS VEGAS I
and Fnel Go.
"A light, so bright, r
That he who runs
And at a price that will compare
favorably with kerosene brj" other
primitive means of illumination.
Call or address office,
T&mmo Opera House.
A. G. SCHMIDT
And dealer la'
H flvit:.H n rd wa rn,
Everr kind of wagon material on hand
Horsesnoeing and repairing a specialty
Grand and Mansanares Avenues; East La
b:c. pittenger & co.
GTE Am LAUNDRY,
Goods called for ?
. , i J and delivered... '
O. S. ROGERS,
LAS VEGAS, N. iT.j's
Nos. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west 'end of
Special attention given to brand.
ing irons, and general blacksmith-
mg and woodwork. All work
promptly done and satisfaction
a leader in this line of business, bas Inst
received the first Installment of BPRINO
NOVELTIES. Ladies are Invited to call
and examine. '
A Dress-Miing Department,:
making a specialty of fine work. Is in
charge of Mis Hanlon. (la-e of Built ne,
More gaiorv'., of Kansas City) aq
adept in tbe art of cuttme. flttinz and do
ing fine work. Tbe patronage of the ladles
is solicited. All work guaranteed. Trices
from i,w np,
' S. A. Clements, proprietor of tbe New
Mexico planlog mill, ha. just received an
assorted stock of building materials of all
kinds and styles, which be offer, for sal
at prices to suit tbe times. Be keeps on
hflnd ,lway, niltlve and re(lwood ,umber)
and shingles,' and gives special attention
to builders ud contractors in want of
building materials, , Corner Seventh and
Jackson .treats, Bant Las Vegas. Goods
delivered free of charge la the city, lOfi-tf
1 Mining Stock for Sale.
y The Lss Vegas Mining and Prospecting
company, Incorporated under the laws. of
the Territory of New Mexloo, with capital
stock of 1190,000, now offers 6,000 shares of
tteck for sale at 2d cents per share. . AH in
quiries should be addressed to the. prest
dent or secretary. ' W, K. Crites,
TartB 1? . Or a tftTwr rr, t
Becretary. ' ' 98 ml
.; Rates to City of Mexico.' , '
Las Vkoas, N. M., March 9ib, 1898.
Bound trip rates to City of Mexico, from
Las Vegas, t8.70. Oolog limit, sixty
days, with final return limit, of six months
from dae of sale. ,.
t i' r. BATB8 TO PHOKNlr, "
Tourist rates to Phoenix, Ariz"., and re
turn from Lai V.egaj, $48.50. Limits,
fifteen days, in each direotiou, with final
limit of six months. ;
tf; v ; 'I : i - C. T. ORBS, Agent.
V :' ' -
Smokeless and black powder loaded
shells at H. O. Coors.' 93-tf
DB. MrCUNNINQJlAM; Preaiden!t
-FBASK SPSINGEB, Vioe
- D. T. HOSKINS, Cashier.
. F. B. JANTJABT, Assistant Cashier.
tar ntTKKKST PAID oh tush DEPOSITS
; iave your earning, by daatcmftfng them In the Las Vboas SAvnroa Babk, where
they will bring you an Income. .. Krery dollar eared, I. two dollar, made." , ,
ij- , Wo deposits received of less than Jl. "
' . . . .' Interest paid on all deposit, of $6 and over, "
A large and complete line of
J :Pows and Points I
Iwept tonstanlly on hand, together with
Garden Hose, Wire Netting,
Poultry and Fence Wire,
STOVES AND RANGES
of every description. , c
Your patronage s; is solicited at the
" Old Town Hardware Stdrt?
mcel 5 co,
& 328 Railroad Avanuw.
" -; -..-x -.DKAutaw w r:
Ranch Supplies a Specialty.
Goods delivered free to all parte of the oUy. . Call and examine our stoog oi
... . fore purchasing, and 'ba bonvinqed of our lbvf prioea. ; "
1 Complete line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. ':"jfk
A;,A. WKB, Rotary Publlo. ' -Pstjabllsbed
' .VO. W18E 45.HOaSETT,:- ' v'.v
LOANS AND BBAL E3TATE,
. " . , Sixth and Douglas Aves., East Lis Vegts. N. M. , ,
Improved and Unimproved Lands and City Property for sale.' Investments made and
attended to for Non-residents. Titles examined, Bents oolleoted and Taxes paid.
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Call Arouhil and ;
5 ! The New Goods
Which Have Arrived at -V. r:, 'C-r'-
. ' . Consisting of the Very Latest in
A ; : EVERYTHING;';:7,,
Rob t. L M, Ross
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, Mortgages and Securities,
"Desirable Aor Properties; Faims under
irrigation uitcnes. we on
2D FLOOff, TAHME OPERA HOUSE. E. LAS YEQA8,
Dcalas ATe. Batcher Shop
Fresh Batterioe,' - cheaper and better
tbkh creamery butter. Leaf lard, sausage
and fresh meats every day.
. - Succ ?ssor to J. 8 . Elston,
' Glazing, Paper Hanging, Etc.
Shop Opposite Express Office,
' TELEPHONE 67.
JOHN R. STILL,
Office next door west of . Tai Optic,
door west of .
Uknbt Gokk, Pres
H. W. Kkllt, Yioa Pres.
. - - D. T. Hoskins, Treas.
Paid up'capital, $30,000.
loSli : ' F. O. HOQSBTT.
If CARRIAGE REPOSITORY.
I The flneat line of Carriages, Bugc
W Landaus, Surreys, Pbmtons and
Oarts in th. Southwest, of the
I ' Llyery and Feed Stables.
B iBiori ii - nun
P IP I a. ' a.
First National Bank,
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
: . . JEFFEB80N BAYNOLDS, President
JOviN W ZOLLARVic-PresUent : A. B. SMITH, Cashier.
., . v ., - F; N. SMI fH,
Accounts Received Subject to Check.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
East Las Vegas
Woolffles and Pelts,
Raqch and Mininq SuddIibb.
Fence Wire, Nails,
Picks and Shovels.
BLASTING GIANT POWDER.
PLOWS, FARC1 TOOLS,
and all kinds of
Agricultural Implements. ;
FARM, GRASS AND GARDEN SPED.
' .1 wr .
PORTLAND CEMENT, "
- AOME CEMENT PLASTER,
I.1YER FK.MJ & DfiO,
" ' ' ' LASiVEGAS ' N. : Mi ...
1 1 rmm;z?-:-
n mmm a
2 (Snooessor to CooraBroi.)
. WHOLBSUa jHD BIT4U, DIAXK3 SS
EAST LAS VEGAS, S
TKLEPHONK Ho. 5 Goods delivered
ALL KINDS OF
NeatJT and expeditiously executed, and
Assistant Cashier. ' :
and Socorro. N. M.
I. a. Vega., Mew Mask)..
only first-class house in ttat
Headquarters for stockmeo.
' '; '- " V-'. -..:
In charge of Coisin. DsDartmant. Basset
88o per meal; $8 per week. Tables tnppUJ
with .very thing the market affords.
MRS. 8. B. DAVIS
l !vAma kv ym Aw ffn RTU W Ct HA. K
-Zmonth, $6 to fU.-, ... ,
BOOBS, BIJlfDS, YAEH1SBIS
aiid Glass, p k
and Soft Coal.
tree In city.
at a fair price, at Tbb Optic office.
Cerrillos Hard and Soft
Biossburg Coal, Etc.
Corner of Twelfth and Lincoln
Streets. Telephone 47.
Late of Topea, Kansas,
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