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VOL XVII.
EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 20, 1890.
NO. 124
TIIEADMISSIONBILLS
.New Mexico's and Arizona's will
be Submitted to the House
by the Committee.
SOME NEW MEXICO BONDS
Two AH-Amtrlcaa Weddings,
Washington. 1. O , March 26.-,Tbe
wedding of Edward GwjOne, nephew
of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vaoderbilt,
and Mis Helen Steele, of this city
will be solemnized bere late this after
noon. Mr: and Mrs, Vanderbilt, who,
i:b a large party, have been traveling
through tba south on a special train of
magnificent parlor oars, hare reached
here, to be present at the function.
With tbera are their daughter, Gertrude
Vanderbilt, Miss Mabel lierry, Ltspen
The AltUudc Of TLIs Country TO- r Stewart, Harry Payne Whitney
THE CAUSE OF CUBA
Conference of the Houses Ends
In Acceptance of the Sen
ate Resolutions.-, .
A WIFE'S HORRIBLE UEATH
wards the Insurgents Causes
Many to Join Them.
ODDS AND ENDS Of NEWS
Washington, D. C., March 26.
The bouse committee has decided to
submit tbe New Mexico and Arizona
admission bills, and allow the house to
express the opinion on theni.
The bduse bill, to validate certain
New Mexican bonds, has bien amend
ed to include the bonds issued by Santa
e county, to aid the banta Fa Sjuth
ern railroad : also, a quarter of a mil
lion of Santa Fe liquidating bonds and
ffiO.UCO issued by Silver City, wi'.b in
lerest reduced to 4 per cent.
" A Revolt.
Cape Town, South Africi, March
Jib A revolt lias broken out among
iLe JMatablf s natives, whj have mur
dered many English settlers.
' .' Railway Shops Cloe.
Washington, Ind., March 26 The
Baltimore & Obio Southwestern shops
Jiere clcsed inutlinitely tbis morning.
throwing 400 men out of employment.
Steamer Accident.
T.ton, III., March 26. Tbe boiler
cf tbe steamer "Artemus Lamb" ix-
pfoded, this morning, fatally ii Jurlng
two firemen, and badly wrecking tbe
teamer. t -
and several other leading members of
New York society. , 4
Bloomington, III., March 26. JIalf.
a-dozen cr more states will be repre
sented this evening at tbe marriage of
Miss Nellie Pollock and A. V. MoUor-
niiuk, Jr., of Waco, Texas, son of Hon
A. P. MrCurmick of the United States
circuit bench. Tbe bride elect is tbe
daughter of John E. Pollock, a cousin
of Vice President Stevenson, and
also of lion. James S. Ewing, am
bassador to Belgium. She possesses
remarkable beauty and is of brilliant
attainments. Tbe nuptials will be
solemnized at tbe home of her parents
.
Chr Menial of the "Iowa."
Dfs Moinks, Iowa, Maroh 2C Gov.
Drake, accompanied by bis daughter,
Mary Lord Drake, the members of. his
staff, state officials and other promi
nent ciuzens of the state, to the total
of thirty fi vp, will le ive for the east oa
a cpeolal train to night, to be present
at the launching of tbe new battleship,
Iowa," at Philadelphia, on Saturday
next. The legislature being in session
prevents many state officials and others
from accepting tbe invitation, but tbe
party includes a inmcient number of
the Hawki ye state's prominent sons,
accompanied by their better halves, to
assure the state being properly repre
sented at the christening, of the mag.
ninoent addition to the navy which
will be named in her bonor. -
An Explosion at a Mine Kills
Fire Men and Entombs .
Eighty More.
M'KINLEY TEXANS BOLT
Washington, D. C, March 26
The conference of the two houses, on
the Cuban resolution, to-day, ended
in the aooeptanoe of the senate resolu
tions by the house.. This transfers the
ground for future debates to the latter
body. ...
Horrible Mining Accident.
Wellington, New Z aland, March
26 A fire damp explosion . in tbe
mines at Brunneton, killed five miners
and entombed eighty others, who can- j
not possibly be rescued.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
nrv n
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oicj'jrnKf pants -
' RICHEST STRIKE OP ALL.
A Prospector Named Johnson Ha pound
. Fabulously Rich QolJ Streak Near jOoldea.
A McKlnley Bolt.
Austin", Texas, March 26. After
protracted struggle, the Keed-AUison
faction have secured control of the re
publican state convention bore, to-day
It is believed that the McKinleyiies
win bolt.
A Wife's Horrible Death.
Hennrsst, Okla., Maich 20. Mrs
J. J. Bowman, while endeavoring to
xtingutsb a fire in ber bouse, fell
through tbe rafters, banging with her
head downward and roasting alive, in
tbe presence of her husband,, who was
unable to help ber.
Premium Raised.
' Washington, D. C, March 26.
Tbe U. S. treasury has raised the
premium ou gold burs from 1-16 to
8 16, in tbe endeavor to check, if pos
sible, shipment abroad.
In lie Interest of Abyssinia.
Cairo, Ejjpt, March 26 Repre
sentative French owners of Egyptian
bonds have taken steps to prevent the
nse of the funds ,.ior the expedition
against Abyssinia, in accordance with
I be objections raised by Russia, France
and Turkey.
Snowed Under.
Silvkrton, Colo., March 26. A
anow slide 700 feet lone:, 300 feci wide
and forty feet deep, carrying many
buge rock?, buried the Rio Grande
track, four miles south of bere, yester-
' day. It will take several days to re
move the obstruction. -
Trial by Court Martial.
Leavenworth, Kasi, March 26
Tbe most conspicuous case that will
come before the general Court-martial,
which convened at fort Leavenworth,
to-day, is that of the twelve privates
from Jefferson barracks, bl, Louis,
who are charged with .having given
perjured testimony before - a ; recent
trial board at the barracks. The ac
cused men perjured themselves, It. is
alleged, in order to shield some oom
panions in the ranks who were being
tried for petty breaches of discipline.
As similar cases of perjury have been
commonly reported from regular army
posts and garrisons lately it Is believed
tbe accused privates, if they are found
guilty, will be made an example of and
severely dealt with. ;
ODDS AND ENDS.
. - -ivmTJI1ttUnd Wrack. " '""
SrAGr-'4?a-jftlrch 26. A mail
clerk on tbe Southern railroad threw
oat a mail bag at Eastman aiding,
wbloti struck a switch, breaking it and
opened tbe Siding. The train broke
in two, and the rear end collided with
box car on the s.ding, injuring four
persons.
' Woman's Educational Union.
Chicago, 111 , March 26. Letters
from men and women of prominence in
all sections of the country were read
to-day at the meeting of the Chicago
woman's educational union, which was
participated in by many women of na
tional reputation in the field of philan
thropy and rtforui.
, , Ballet Girls' Ball. .
JSjtw York, N. Y , March 26. All
the dudes of Gotham's dudedom will
flock lo-nigbt to tbe Terrace garden,
where the ballet girls of tbe metropolis
are to give a fancy dress ball in cele. j
bration of the first anniversary of their
protective association.' It U probable
that this association will soon be made
national by becoming a branch' of the
theatrical singe employes' onion. -
A Federation Probable. ' -
Erie, Fa,, March 26. Several hun
dred representatives of the various or
ganizations of railroad, engineers,
brakeroen, firemen' and conductors,
traveling oyer adjacent territory in
several states, are in session here to
day, to consider the advisability of or
ganrzing a federation. Grand Master
P. H. Morrisseym, of the brotheibood
of railroad trainmen, arrived this morn
ing. , - . .
Joining the Rebel.
Havana, Cuba, March 26. Tbe
attitude of tbe United States towards
the insurgents has caused thousands to
tattie rebel tanks, and the success
ful landing of the expeditions by the
steamers "Commodore'l. and "Ber
muda" has furnished them supplies,
rifle and ammunition. All indica
tions point to several offensive opera
tions on bo increased ecale, In the near
future. ;.- "j.;..".r-L.':'
Reed's Presidential Boom.
Boston, March 26. Speaker Reed's
presidential boom will be formally
christened by the republican state con.
vention, to-morrow. Tbe committee
on resolutions,. of wbicb Senator Lodge,
the most intimate friend of tbe speaker,
is chairman, will meet, this afternoon,
and give tbe finishing touches to the
platform. This pronunctamento takes
emphatic ground against tbe free aotn
age of stiver, except by international
agreement.
"Amatory Madness" Don't Go. ,
New York. N. Y., March 26 A
dispatch from London eays; Tbe
court of queen's bench has decided
that in the trial of persons for c flenses
of tba nature that resulted in tbe con
fiction cf Oscar Wilde, the plea of
"nuitory madness," a newly .coined
(nedlcal ihrasp, cannot be accepted as
m defeocA. This decision grows out of
tba conviction cf a wealthy retired
Brcbnt Darned J?ish, and bis sen
tines to ten years' pecal lerfjinde,
Tbe Chalmers building, in Chicago,
was damaged to the extent of f 65,000.
Six buildings In Gvpsuni City, Kan.,
were destroyed by fire, loss, $15,-
000. ,.
Louis Senegal, colored, was lynched
at Carencro, La., for assaulting a white
woman. ; , . ,
Miss Daisy Lonthan, of Spearfisb,
S. U., committed suicide by shooting
herself..' ; ; .
At Duluih, Minn., Charles II.
Stuckey was acquitted of the charge of
embezzlement.
Frank Smith, of Moscow, Wash ,
will be hanged May lit, for the mur
der of Emmett Fox.
Christopher Schrage, seventy-six
years old, a resident of Chicago, was
robbed of more than f 50,000. ,
It is rumored that a shortage of $40,-
000 has been discovered in the Midway
Deposit bank, of Midway, Ky.
Commissioner Balllngton Booth was
enthusiastically received at a mass
meeting held by the salvation army, at
Dover, N. J.
The J. F. Ceiberlirg oompany, man
ufacturers of the Empire feapeis and
mowers, at Akron, Ohio, assigned,
Liabilities, $250,000. ' -
It has been discovered that the seven
members of the Old house family, whose
bodies were found in their burned
house, were murdered. . .
At Murray, Idaho, the jurv in th
ease of Attorney Walter Jones, charged
with the mnrdi r . of . Dr, Curtis A.
Hughes, could not reach an agreement.
Ambassador Bayard spoke before the
city of London pension society at a
banquet, commenting favorably upon
the liberty of speech which he had en
joyed in England., u -
The Armenian relief' fund has been
distributed to 64,C0apebple. Over
1,000 have died of exposure and starva
tion, apd rep irts say that tbe entire
nation is threatened with" extermina
tion. ..;v .". :':JV ...;Jr-'s:S-.f
Tbe trial of' Wing, thotepaegeutatlve
of tbe Rock Island, Peoria, A St. LOnJs
railroad in Paris, is goingJbo, and he
will undoubtedly be acquitted. His ten
months' confinement has told upon hi
health. '-i " . ", - -
President Kroger has been warned
that- he must either accept or decline
the invitation to come to England, and
that if he declines,' active measures
will be taken by the English to protect
tbe Uitlanders. , . :
At a meeting of the general officers
of the National V. C. T. U., It was
decided not to hold the national con
vention at San Francisco, as had been
Intended, but to hold it in Kansas,
where the work is more necessary.
One hundred and fifty members of
the St. Paul polioe department have
commenced suit to recover January
and February salaries from the city,
which bad been withheld, owing to a
deadlock in tbe city council. The
amount is f 0,000.
"Prof D. C. Miller, of tbe Case School
of Applied Scimoes, of Cleveland, took
a Roentgen shadowgraph of bis rib
ana rpinai column, lie lay face down
ward on tbe plate, with the Crooks
lube above blm. and tbe tbadowizraph
A-l . .1 1. Ll .1.1 I I
was maeu turuugu utt ciuiawg.
: Doings of Royalty,
New York, N. Y., Maroh 26.
A Berlin dispatch says that the em
peror and empress of Germany will
reach Cimitz, to-day, on a visit to
Queen Victoria. This visit demon,
strates more strongly than tbe specu
lations of London society, and its club
gossip, the precarious condi;ion ot tbe
venerable sovereign's health: for she
bad originally intended to meet the
emperor and empress ami the Empress
Frederic, next month, at Coburff, at the
marriage oi ber grand-daugbter, Fnn
c -ss Alexandria, to the hereditary
prince oi iioneniobe. - -
To Be Shot TVMnownrv.
Gcthrie, O. T., Maroh 2ft. Charles
Hemes, the Indian convicted of tbe
murder of bis wife's son-in-law, in No
vember last, will be shot to death In
accordance with tbe laws and customs
o( the Choctaw Nation, between the
hours of 10 and lj), to marrow morn
ing. Tho execution will ; take place in
the court ground at Boltkv Creek,
where the trial was held, and will be
witnessed only by the court attendants.
According to custom the condemned
man must stand on bis colrin, while
twelve Indians, standing" thirty paces
off, fire at the tin star which is placed
over his heart as a target.
Rabst Beer,
JOE HAEFNER, Afct
Correspondence Now Hexican. - ' ... ; .
Golden, N. M., March 23 r-Tillv
another one for Golden and Santa re
county. 1 he richest strike of all was
made last week, . v t . , f
A prospector named Johnson came
into Golden last . Thursday and ex.
biblted some ore thai he had discow
ered that day, wbloh beats anything so
far found In the canp. : . .. .. I
it is an oxidised yellow, ore very
soft and crumples very .easily. lour
correspondent was shown a piece
weighing three ounces, whiob con
tained $5 worth of the yellow stuff,
This piece was pulverized in a mortar
and tbe gold aotually washed out of it.
I was shown, also, another piece
wbtcn naa oeoome partially pulverised
from carrying it is the finder's pocket,
and tbe pulverized partioos were So
rich that it appeared to be one-half
gold. ; .- ; v
Take the first named piece aud com
pute the value of such ore per ton, and
you would have a result of at least
$50,000 in gold. There is no doubt
that the ore is immensely rich.
l will sena tbe JSew Mexican ft sam
pie of tbe ore in a few days, so that all
wbo desire to see a sample of Golden 's
riches, can do so by calling at tbe of
fice. ''':..-'-, ' .;:
This lead or vein is not wide.' Mr.
Johnson says it is four inches wide, all
very rich, but the very richest part.
such as tbe samples shown, is two
Inches in width.
This find is about two. miles east of
Uoiden on government land, v
Mr. Johnson, being an experienced
prospector, and being almost a Strang
er to tbe camp, cominsr here last win
ter, says he will not tell just where be
found this ore, until he is positive he is
on unlocated ground, and that other
mining claims, previously located, do
not conflict with tbe ground on which
be has made this rich discovery, and
which he desires to locate and ciailuo
by reason thereof. . 1
Where claims are located so close to-
gether, it is almost impossible to ex
pect this ground to be entirely vacant,
or tbat tbe lucky finder can fret a full
claim, in the part of the camp where
bis find Is located. Half a claim is
enough, and should be be, on sotus;
other miner claim', one would jhlnfc
at the owners of - the"' older claim
hou'd be glad to make a fair division
with Mr. Johnson.
I have delayed reporting this strike,
hoping that Mr. Johnson would dis
close the exact location of it, but have
concluded to give the facts; "as they ex-
and sen.d further information later
f 8.' 4- Clements, proprietor of the New
Mexico planing mill, baa jutt received an
assorted stock of building materials of all
kinds and styles,- whioh he offers for sale
at prices to suit the times. Be keeps on
band always nutive and redwood lumber,
and shingles, opd giyea special attention
ta builders" and .contractors' in want of
fcuildinr materials. Corner Seventh and
Jackson stroetV East Laa Vegai.- Goods
delivered free of charge la the lty,' 105-tf
Robt. L M. Ross, First National Bank,
LAS VEGAS. NEW MEXICO.
Real Estate
AND INSURANCE AGENT.
Prices to Suit fte Times,
. Lots from $100 Dp.
SOLE AGENT of the Hill-site
Town Co. addition, and the Eldo
rado Town Co. lower addition.
JEFFERSON BAYNOLDS, President
JOHN W. 20LLARS, Vice-President. A. B. SMITH, Cashier,
- i '. ...$.$. SMiril. Assistant n..iu
' .... .' " vnyuim w. ,
Residences, Business Properties,
Loans', Mortgages and Securities.
Accounts Ecceivcd Subject to Check.
interest Paid on Time Deposits.
I
Mining Stock for 5al, " T
jne Iiis Vegas Mining; and Prosneotlna-
lucuriKiranjQ unusr tn. laws of
tba.Tertitory of Mw Mexico, with caoltal
atock of $160,000, now offers 6,000 shares of
ioc lor sale at 26 oect per shurs. All in
qulries should be addressed to tbs Dreai
dent or secretary. Wm. 8, Cairss.
f. :- rrsaiaeai,
4 Thos. B. Blauvblt,
, Becretary. 98 ml
1 Rates t City of Mexico. ...
t4.s VKGA8, N, M March" ;b. 18M.
Round trip rates to City of Mexico, from
tiis Vegas, . $08.70. . Ooiosr llmiti sixtv
days, with final return limit, of six months
Drom date of sale, . -t. ..
; ;' BATB9 TO PHOENIX.
Tourist rates to Phoenix, Aris., and ra-
tarn from Lai Vesras. $48.60. . Limits,
fifteen days, In each direction, with Anal
limit of six months. -
C. F. Jonas, Aeent.
Smokeless and black powdsr
shells at H. G. Coors.'
loaded
83-tf
Desirable Aore Properties; Faims under
irrigation imones. . Office on
20 FLOOR, TAMMJ OPfRA H0U3E, .LAS VE0A8.
Douglas Ave. Butt her Shop.
Fresh Butterfne, cheaper and better!
than creamery butter. Leaf lard, Sausage
and fresh meats erery day.
!
P. OAKLEY,
' Successor to J. 8. Elston, '
Honsa M Sip Paiii
tllazinff, Paper Hanging Etc.
bhop Opposite "Express Office.
. . TELEPHONE 67.
JOHN R. STILL,
Contractor
and Builder.
Utiles next - door west- of Thb Optim
door west- of
Building. : .
m MM, MM BANK.
Capital Paid in
Surplus,
OF LAS VEGAS.
$100,000.
50,000.
0FV10KB8I
DR. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President,
FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President. ;
D. T. HOSKIN8, Cashier.
F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier.
t3T nrTKBaa paid on timb DEPosnra ijem
HbitrtGokb, Pres
HW. Kkilt, Vioe Pres.
' D. T. Hoskiks, Treas.
THE
LAS VEGAS
trf v '' . .. -i . - .... " r'
SAVINGS BANK.
B3T"8aTe
tney w
t Paid up capital, $30,000.1
'.a.T.e Tom araln8 hy depositing them in th. lab Vmoas BAVtses Bah, where
111 bring yon an Income. ' Every dollar .ared, It two dollars mad.," - - - , . I
Wo deposits received of less than H.
Interest paid on all deposits of $5 and orer, - '
East Las Vegas anc("Socorro. N. M.
Wholesale Grocers,
Wool, Hides and Pelts.
;. v;. ; .... ' . ;
Ranch and IVlining Suppliea.
ence wire, Nails,
, Pick3 and Shovels.
BLASTING GIANT POWDER.
PLOWS, FARM TOOLS,
and ail kinds of
Agricultural Implements.
FARM, GRASS AND GARDEN SEED.
PORTLAND CEMENT,
ACME CEMENT PLASTER,
BAIN WAGONS.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
I7IO 8 HUNT Two three-room bouses. Ap
: ply to Juan Ortega, at Brown A Man-
t .mares', . . . 31.
'IITAITTKD Position as governess r com
The world's famous Pabsl
Keg Beer is MPW on tap at the
following places, at 5c per glass:
PACE & BELL,,' '
QUINLY & BENJAMIN,,
P.SAVILLE, RALPH OLDHAM. ,
CLARK & FORSYTIIE,
W. S. STANDISII.
B. C. PITTENGER & CO.
GTE AM LAUNDRY.
Goods called for
and delivered.. .
A. T. ROGERS.
V ; . LATB OF ROQBRS BKOB. '
Practical Horseshoer,
. Benera.1 Blaeasmlthina;, Wagon and
' Carriage Bepairing, neatly and
. proniBtly dona
Ro. IIjpo ad Arr&, ,
Opposite Browne ft lfauanares Co.,
EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
Goto
CRITES'
SecdHd
mm
Store
FQR
Bargains In Furniture,
And Household Goods of all kinds.
J Next door ta P. Q , East Las Vegas,
The New Store
OF
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Wm. Malboeuf, Prop.
Ladies' and Gents
-UrJDERVEAR-
At Half Price.
Dress Goods at Cost
; ec;:e a ee kivked.
untrv. Addrpss.
Animas, Co o.
travel or go into the j
iu ue ju. umiin,. wis
ITIOE 8LK Cheap for cash, ' a fully-
equipped restaurant, In Bland, N.-M.
Kfl" fnither Information apply. to B II
Sliaw, Biana.N.Mr JOfi Sfit
tirANTfiD. An honest, active gentleman
or may coiravei ror renaoieestaoiHii
edhuute. Salary t780, payable $15 weekly
and expenses. Situation permanent. Ref
erences. Enclose self-ad1ressed. stamped
envelope. The Dominion Company, 816
umana uunaing, unicago. :. 101 80t
WANTED-AN IDEAoTM
thing to patent? Protect your Ideas : ther may ,
bring you wealth. Write JOHN WBDDEli-
utrt as uu., ratent Attorneys. Washington.
A large and complete line of
I IH
Plows and Points f
Kept constantly on hand, together tvilh
Qardeix:Hose, Wire Netting,
Poultry and Fence Wire,
STOVES AND RANCES
. of -every description. '
Your patronage is solicited at the
Old Town Hardware Store,
- NEW BUILDING,
D..WINTERNITZ.
:. mm-
PYER FniEDM ft RRn,
- . - . w : aw SI f V
WOOL DEALEES.
Grocersj
LAS VEGAS N. M.
Wholesale
The
Dandy
Wind
Mill.
None ;
for their $1,800 price offer.
I710B
inquire at
otuce.
KtsiN r . 1 nrea nnrurn ishea rooms : 1
the bag yegag telephone 1
ss-tr
J, L. lOSEHTIIAL & GO.
, 6 FhwIoIjI
If
P..
326 & B28
a. a
SCHMIDT
Railroad
DKALKBS IH
Avenue.
Manufacturer of
Dfapns.vGarriaiBs,
' . ,- . Aad dealer la -
Hsovy . Herd warn,
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Ranch Sttrrlioo fx SpQoialty.
GoodsTdeuTered free to all parts o the city.' Call and examine our stosc ot
fore purchasing, and b uonvlnoed of our low prloes.
tST - Complete line of Cartridges and Ammnnition always on hand. 1
IHttftlllJM
-. l - .X. .av4i- sf- I
vnt-it 1?'
-lrrht
PLAZA HOTEL
h
t
tas Texas, New BI.kIo..
The only first-class house in tb
city. Headquarters for stockmen,
A. DUVAL,
In Cham of nnialna hin.rtm..l
860 per meal; $8 per week. Tables supdsM
witn everything the market affords.
MRS. S. B. DAVIS
Lessees
.atu. fiiwuii uy us usy tor ouo 10 si.uu: by
iff mi mil st a art n T
(Successor to Coors Bros.) '
THOLESJJJt AMD BETAJX DBALXB DT . .
Every kind of waoroa material on hand
Horseshoeing and repairing a specialty
Orapd and Man panares Avenues, Bast La
Vegas. ' - ,;
A.' A.' WISE, Notary Public. Established 1881. , '
WISE & HOQSETT,
P. O. HOQSETT. I
LOANS AND REAL ESTATE,
? . Sixth ancCDongias Ayes., "East Las Vegas, "N. M. ' "
1 Improved ana unimproved lianda and Cltyf roperty for sale. lavastments msde and
Bjiienaeu to tor non-resiaents. lines examined, Kent, collected and Taxes paid. r
I f & H 1 1 PTf CARRIAGE REPOSITORY.
I B S ! S; ! Thtt finest line of Carriages, Bougies.
. n IZJ . i-naus, Huirey., f nsBioiia an
O. S. ROGERS,,
PranHrnl UnrobQhner
I lUvUvUI IIUlOu UliUUM
J ; .LAS VEGAS, N.
Hos. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street,
- bridge.
v f.
M.J
west end of I
I
HARBWARS. LDIIBSR, SASH, DOORS, BIW, TAMSH1S
:,t , ; Paints. Oil and Glass.
Gerrillds Hard and Soft CoaU
; EAST LAS VEGAS, ' NEW MEXICO-1 "
TKIi&PHONBHo.SO Goods deUrered free in elty. ' ' '
Carta In thl Bonihwest. of the best
manafaotur
' ' Id very and Feed Stables.
Riori ii nou
KINDS OF JOB PRINTING
Neatly and expeditiously executed, and at a fair price, at Thk Oftio offioa.'
Special attention given to brand
ing irons, and general blacksmith
ing and woodwork. All work
promptly done and satisfaction
guaranteed.
New Milliq
: MRS, L HOllEN WAGER,
a leader in this line of bu.inesa, has J'l.tl
re"eivei toe nrsi losraiiinent or til UliN'jl 1
NOVELTIES. Ladies are Invited lo call!
and examine.
A DPESs-Maiiing Oopartaf,
making a specialty of fine work, It In
oharg. of Mm -lianlon. (Is'e of Bulltne,
moor, oc ninnry, 01 A.nsas Uity) an
dept In tbe art of cutting, fitting and do
ing floe work. 1 be patronage of tbe ladies
HBOiionea. 411 Wur ?Ji,ScAQv&S3' 'ri
Hum f,w
mm
For io Yards of
Jm J J U rt CrJ
fill;
Parkin Zejliyr Giii,
mwm
Finest Gingham Manufactured,
50UTH
51 DE PLAZA.
A. Corcoran,
Dealer la
Ccrrillos Ilard an3
COAL
Blossburg . Coal,
Corner of Twelfth and
Streets. Telephone 47.
Soft
Etc.
Linould
r-ifjrs
UJ WAI 1 .
Late of Topewa, Kansas,
FASHIONABLE DHE8S:.WKEJ
ReasonnWe Prices. 913 Trinca gt,

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