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EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 28, 1890,
NO. 120
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A'
RACE WON BY OXFORD
Contrary to Expectation,, Oxford
Won the Boat Race Over
Cambridge, To-rDay.
SEVERAL BAD FIRES OCCUR
Editor Acquitted of the Charge
of Juciting ReTOlutions
'"" " Agaiast Mexico.
The "Iowa'v is launched
Nkw York. N. Y March 28.- A
dispatch from London says: The fifty
second ancual boat race between the
picked'crews of Oxford and Cambridge
universities was shorn to-u ly of none
of its usual ro'at.l There was an even
larger outpouring of Spectators than iu
any previous tear, while, In the matter
of enthusiasm and general jjlllty, it
might have been a Derby day. There
wire ftwer royalties and'mtmbers of
. the aristocracy on the banks than last
year, but the wage-workers, shop
keepers and professional men turned
out in their scores of thousands, and
the banks of the Thames from Putney
to Mortlake w ere black with people
Off Shore, on both sides of the stream.
there was "a continue u4 line of gaily
decorated huncbes and tug boats oc
cupied by the "upper ten," , while
here and tbero on - shore
were four-in-hands, tally-hos, dog
carts and other handsome equipages of
the smart set, which aided in giving a
picturesque color to the scene. .Every
body displayed a ribbon according to
his or her predilection, the daik blue
of the Oxooians appearing by ail odds
to be the most in favor. Largely due
to tbe fact that the crews were regard
ed as being so well matched, there
- was less belling than usual, the odds,
when any could be found, being a trifle
in favor of the daik blues. Tbe weather
was fair, but there was a trifle of wind
from he - lee shore which tended to
make the "water somewhat choppy
Tbe tide was full at 1 :22. Nearly an
hour earlier the Cambridge nine made
their appearance from tbe Star and
Garter" inn, at Putney, and took to
jtbeir shell. The Ox mians followed
fifteen minutes later. Both crews were
greeted with enibusiastio cheers from
tbe throng in the vicinity.
At 1:17 the crack of a pistol came
from tbe umpire's tug, and both boats
hot forward, that Of Cambridge hav
ing its nose in the lead. The light
blues maintained their advantage up to
Craven's Cottage, three-quarters of a
spile, vbo ib Oxonutos put on a
purt and crossed tbeir-bow to the
meadaflt'a Hd-keeping -weH -to the
fore past 'Waldens and the lead mills.
At Hamm-'rsmilh the daik blues were
making thirty-six strokes to the min
ute, and their opponents about thlrty
tHt. Eacoursged by the cheers of an
Immense crowd of their friends at this
point, the light blues t bent to their
oars and, plowing the' water at a forty
troke.'shot along like au electric cur
rent until they had reached and passed
b Oxonians by nearly two leng.hs.
This lead they maintained at
Thorny crifs.the three-mile point ; but
the dark blues, moving their oars like
uloctwork, at a forty-one stroke, came
abreast at tbe Devonshire meadows,
and bad a lead of a half length at
Dames Bridge, three and one-half miles
-from the start. Each crew then bent
for a supreme spurt over the remain
ing balf-mlle, and the oars flew at a
orty-lwo stroke. The Oxonians dog
gedly maintained their lead, crossing
he line at the Ship Ion, at Mortlake,
quarter kngth in advance, Un
official tituo was twenty minutes, thirty-five
frennds; distance (oflioial) ftur
milts. TwentjSve thousand people
awaitedd the finish at the Ship Ion,
aod the reception given the defeated
0tw, for its gallant struggle, was hard
ly a whit less enthusiastic lhan that ac
corded the victors. The' latter, upon
landing from their shell, were caught
upon' tie shoulders of their friends and
carried, bodi'y, to the club room of tbe
Jinn. This afternoon, in accordance
with time-honored custom, the victors
banqueted tbe vanquished. '-
Tb. Day' Conflagrations. ,
WATERBtTEir, Conn., Maroh 28
The City Lumber and Coal company
lost flaO.ouu; s witt s uo., iu,uuu;
Valentine Bonn, $10,00(1 by fire, here,
to-day. , '-.. ..;;"
Sl'Byi Vali.lt. Minn March 28.
The bouse of Jacob Reihl, seven miles
distant from here, was struck by light
ping, latt night, and burned. , Two of
ft occupants were burned to doatb,
and two others areiarribly burned.and
is thought tbej will file. ,
: jPjcnkva. N. ' Y.;2:reh 28 Thomas
pjietnrv- a Lehigh Valley , fireman,
Earned to death in tbe Etrpire house,
rtbts morning. Two other men were
severely burnt d; hotel Iofs, . 000.
&t. Pall, Minn., Match 28 A fire,
early ibis morning, burned tbe block
pccupiad by , Yerke's mammoth grc.
kjery. Loaf, $70,000. Many roomers
fq tbe building bad-oarrow-eseapes.
LocJievU-LK, Ky., March 28 A fire
! the warehouses of tba Pleasure Park
ditill:ng company, nine ''miles . out,
rawed loss cs (mated ' at 7o0,000.
Three warehouses there contained
9,000,000 gallons of wLI ky. 1 It is not
Known exactly bow much was saved. -
V'v-. Jreventtd tfom Rrftoterlnf
Kkw Orlkan?, La., March' 28.
Three hu.nc'''td armed men prevented
400 negroes rem registering at Pal
metto, In St. LacUy's parish, yester
day. It i asserted itat similar taotics
are to be used tleewbere id tbe slate.
.' AajuKtrdof UwCJiarire.
El. Taso, Ttxas, March 88 .-Editor
lauro Aguirre, t f tbe El Paso Info
pendent, was acquitted here if the
Jjrge cf inciting revolutions against
Mexico. Dlstiiot Attorney Jones, of
Arizona, and Pedro de Li Lama are
'trying to have him and Cbopa indicted
in Ancina for alleged violations cx tne
neu rility laws.
A Bank-Beater.
Peru, Ind., Marohf 28. A J. Cono
ver was arretted, hi re, by ipe.. direot
crs of tbe bankers' association, on sua
plcion of planning an attempt to beat
banks by means of forged drafts. :
TMal Wave P. lV.
Valparaiso, Chili, Muroii 28 The
prediuihn, recently made,? that this
city and vicmtlty woold be engulfed by
a tidal wave, to uorrow, has createa
panio here, and many families are
leaving for inland points, and some are
going high in the mountains to escape
tbe disaster, v . .: . ;
;. A Darby Evant. . , .
Littlr Rock, Ark., March 28. The
first ot tbe big Derby's of the year will
be run here this afternoon. Distance
one mile, atid 11,600 to tbe .winner,
Of the twenty-seven entries the follow
ing at noon to day appear to be the
only ones that will go to "tho post'
"Ben E ler," "Lady Ibex," "Forget,'
Falcon," Captive,"' Sidkel,
Rondo," "Utopia," "Americus" and
"Berolaire." "Ben Elder" and "Lady
Inez," who will be ridden bw Perkins
and Simms, are tbe prime favorites.
Iowa" Saiely Launched.
Philadelphia, fa , March 28 The
"Iowa," the fourth and last of the
first-class battlethlps authorized by
congress several years ago, was launob
ed at Cramps' ship yard at Kensington,
to-day, amid tbe enthusiastic cheers of
over 20,000 spectators. Among the
guests was a large, party 'from . Wash
ington, headed by Secretary of the
Navy Herbert, while Governor Drake
beaded tbe Iowa contingent, wbiob
was not as large as had been f xpected,
the legislature having declined to
muke an appropriation tor the delega
tion. Tbe vessel wa? christened by
Miss Mary Lord Drake,' daughter of
the gsvernor, and smoothly took the
water from the way. i
" New Faot Ball Rules.
Nsw York, N. Y., March- 28
The representatives of the foot ball
trams of the . University of Penosyl
vania, Harvard,. Yale, Cornell and
Prinoeton, who held a meeting here
last week to discuss various matters re
lating to the game are holding another
session at the -University athletic club.
to-day, and it is expected that before
adjourning they will have agreed upon
uniform set of . rulea to govern tne
game the coming season. At the pres
ent, there are tbree sets . of rules,
namely, Hftrvwd-Ptjnniylvauia, Yale-
Princeton and Harvard Princeton. As
11 the teams are scheduled to play
against one another this season tba
necessity, baa anacA for a uniform code
tf rules with which all the players are
aqilliar. Too "rules which' governed
the last game between the Haivard and
,'rincetoo teams - will probably be
adopted as the nucleus for' the new
code. - . -:
SOME CONDENSATIONS.
Six men who worked their way into
the freight yards, at Juizabetb, N. J.,
were run into by a train, and three
were killed.
An explosion of naptba, in Nicker-
son & Spence's grease works, at New.
ark, killed two men and badly burned
two others.' '
The schooner "Star King" arrived
at New Bedford with 650 sealskins
from the deserted sealing grounds at
the Falkland islands.
The Smith, Wilson & Sears Paper
company, vl. Holyoke, Mass , have
made an assignment." The liabilities
are nearly $200,000. , , . - '
The bar association' has decided to
work towards international arbitration.
The New York state bar association
beaded the movement. . -
Tbe Merimo and Ross cotton mills
at Olneyville, R. I., and. the: mills in
the Woonasquatucket valley have del
cided to feduoe wages. : i iSo ":;.. i
Frank Nevils, awaiting sentence for
murder 'committed in 1894, died of
consumption, in tbe jail at Toptka
llewas thirty years old. ::
Tit. G. Spencer, captain on tbe
retired list, United States 'army, died
at Nashville. He was on the faculty of
the University of NasbviUe.
A freight train loaded with grain and
beef was wrecked on tire H I & I ,
near Toto, and the bodiesf of four men
were fonnd suffocated tinder a carload
of oats. . -. . vj'ji' ; : ,
Frank Harris and James Pollard,
condemned , murderers, wbcjf'were to
have been hanged at KaaBaClty yes
terday, have been respited byj,Goverjior
Stone until April 23. . - r
' A box, bought at an auotin of unre
deemed warehouse property in Cblca
go was found to contain the deoom
posed body of a man. No clue has
been found to his identity.-': . - -
H. H.Willey, ex.justice of the peape,
and'a prominent citizen of Bertrand,
Neb., was horsc-wbipped by women In
front of his residence for making an lode-cent
proposal to a young girl. ,
The Rev. IT. Johnson, a traveling
evangelist, was run out cf f'resno.Cal ,
by an txcited populace - for declaring
that twc-thirdsxf the 'girls fir that city
were mined before they reaohed tbej
age of fourteen; '
Governor AJtgeld and the entire
board of trustees of the University of
Illinois have been . indicted for uot
complying wiih the law requiring tbe
display of the Anffencao flg over state
university bujldinga! r y
A clash of authcrtty 'occurred in the
superior court at Tacoma, when two
burglars were released. Officers were
about to arrest tbem on other war
rants, but the court beld--ttTBt-lbey
would have to have new warrants.
The chief of police disregarded this
and a small riot ensusd. Tbe burg
lar escaped bat were subsequently re-arrcstsd.
TIME'S NOT CHANGED
The ! New Mexico Legislative
Assembly . will Continue to
Meet in December.
BIG STRIKE OF EMPLOYES
A Cargo of Arms Probably land
; j ed at an Eastern Port
" i of Cuba..;
OKLAHOMA REPUBLICANS
Washington, D. C, March 28
Tbe senate indulged in an aorimonfous
political debate, yesterday, wbiob de
veloped much personal and party feel
ing and brought on two sharp personal
exchanges between Senators Hill and
Klkins and between Senators Rrlce and
Kitting. The controversy arose over
Hill's motion to strike from tbe pend
ing appropriation bill . the proposed
change of date of tba assembling of
the New Mexican legislature from De.
cember to May, claiming that it was
political trick." Senator I'uilom
mured to lay on the table the motion
of Hill, to str.ke out tba New ..Mexico
provision. The motion was defeated.
29 to 21. Cutlom then stated that be
would not further resist Hill's motion
" , Employe Strike.
West Bat Cur. Miob., Maroh 28.
Fourteen hundred employes of the
Wheeler & Co. shipyard struck, this
morning, against tbe check system of
paying wages.
' Sa'ely Landed.
New York, N. Y., March 28.
Cubans here have received advioes of
the arrival of tbe steamer "Bermuda"
in a Honduras port. It is believed
that her oargo of arms and . General
Calixto Garcia have been safely landed
at an eastern port of Cuba, according
to the plana of the promoters of tbe
expeditions. '.. v1'; ''"'..
. Oklahoma Republican.
Oklahoma Citt, Okla., March 28.
The republican Tercitorial convention,
to dav, selected John u. Dike, ot iving
fijber, and ILmry E. Ash, of Guthrie,
as delegates to St. Louis,, ! There were
305 delegates in the convention. Dike
is favorable to Allison, and Ash to Mo
Klnley. The delegates, however, are
uninstructed, presidential preferences
cutting no figure at tbe primaries
Statehood is now the chief issue in the
Territory, and at tbe primaries it was
tbe prevalent idea that there were in-
stru lions given for any particular
candidate the chances for early ad mis,
itnn to the ranks of statehood might be
prejudiced. ... . , '
OlanU timing hi Shape.
Jacksonville, Fla., March 28.
1 he New York baseball club, which
President Freedman is already slating
as a sure pennant winner, is giving tne
finishing touch to their practice work,
to-day, preparatory for departing for
New York. Though tbey - have been
somewhat handicapped, by. unfavorable
weather, tbe giants nave put in their
best work when the condition of ground
and weather would permit, and each
member of tbe club declares himself in
the pitk of condition. President
Freedman Has arranged for a - number
of exhibition games to be played in the
interval between the club's arrival :n
New York and tbe opening of the sear
son. - u.v.;;. .
People' Party Meeting-.
A meeting of tbe People' party is here
by called for Menday evening, March 80th,
at the office ot Judge H. 8. Woojter. This
will be a mass convention for tbe purpose
of nominating ward and city- tickets for
tbe coming election, and for tbe organiza
tion of a central committee. All those be
lieving in reform in city government are
cordially invited to be present and unite
with ui, . . ... ,
By 7HB Cokmittib. ; ?5-ft'
i. - Ml ' . , " "
Three men were in fared by tbe fall
of a staging, on which they were at
work, in Lowell, Mass. .
A. T. ROGERS.
LATKOP B08KR8 BHOS.
Practical Horseshoer,
Senanl Blaecsmlthlng, Wagon
aaton and
Carriage - Repairing, neatly and '
promptly aona
RallroadAve.,
Opposite Browne ft Hanaanares.Co.,' .
EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
G' CRITEG'
Store,
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in
III - .hi iiiiui w
A$iA Household Goods of all kinels.
Next door to P. O , East Las Vegas,
OF
GENERAL MERCHANDISE. :
Wm. Malbbeuf. Prop.
. J A. A. SEKECAL, Kanasop
Ladles and Gents'
-UfJDERWEAR-
At Half Price.
Drcoo Goods at Cost
cc;:e m ee coxkoeo.
ecoi
Han
The
New
Store
Highest of all in Leavening Power, Latest U'. S. Gov't Report
NEW MEXICO QfJAttANflNB.
All Mexican CatUa Will Have ta Enter at El
;'. ' t'-iawjim. "'
The Territorial eaultar'y live .stock board
ot New Mexico has quarantined against,
cattle from Mexloo, and in tbe future all
Mexloan cattle will have to pas .through
tbe El Paso port. Tbe order of the Ne
Mexico board placing a prohibitory em
bargo on Mexican cattle wtl sudden and
peremptory, and -. from . Captain
Alexander Lobb, ' 'government ln
pector, ! the' El . Paso . : Time . learns
that tbe "quarantine' left 3,100 head
of cattle tra the line, thus entailing avae
vers loss to tba owners who had oarrled
tbe oattla to tbe line for "exportation Into
this country through New Mexico ports. -
It I, understood that, the- New Mexico
board mads no inveitlgatlon, but are act
ing on wild rumor to. the effeot that large
Dumber of the cattle brought out of Mex
ico died of Texas "fever and tbat they ware
burned to prevent tbe proper authorities
from discovering tb presence of the dis
ease, Tbe Officer are of tne opinion mat
if any cattle' have been kUled and burned,
they were smuggled fctjek and were, de
stroyed by the smugglers to save 'them
selves, and who then started the 'fever
stories to cover up tbeir crookedness. -,
Stick to La Vega.
Supposing tbat every pound of groceries,
every yard of dry goods, every pair of
ehoes, every anit of clothes, every piece of
furniture, every ounce of drags, in fact,
everything (bat enters into tbe consump
tion of living, were to . be' purubaaed else
where and shipped Into Las Vegas, bow
many business blocks would be required to
accommodate the merchant kteref How
many would remain beret - What kind of
p'ace would Lae Vegas be to live In, from a
commercial standpoint) W . ' . ;-
On tba other aand,- If every pound of,
groceries, every -yard of - dry goid and
clothing, every pauf of sho.es, every piece
of furniture and a majority ot tht elruga
needed are bought here, what will be )be
reaultt Cin you imagine what a great
and prosperous city La VrgM is bound t
become? ,' ....
It begin to -look a though the railroads
will accede to tbe wishes of tbe cattlemen
in the matter of tbe return to the carload
lot shipping system. Tba stockmen over
the. state of Kansas are qrganlalog for the
purpese of carrying their point or making
themselves felt in another way.- .-.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
FOIt KKNT Nl'-ely furnished rooms, at
tbe residence ot Wm. Malooeuf.-126-lt
"tXTANTKD Position as Kovernees or com,
TV panlon. Will travel or go into the
c. untrv. Address, llllla M. smith. Ijtm
FOB 8 le Cheap for cash, a foiiy
- equipped restaurant, In Bland, ft. M.
or, fuither information apply to B H
Slmw.illand.N.M. . .. lca-JWt
1 1T ANTltn .An honest . active gentleman
W or lady to travel ror reliable establish.
ea liuufe. eaiarv 7HO. Durable SIB weekly
and expense. 'Situation permanent. Ref
erences. Enclose self -ad tressed, stamped
envelope. The Dominion. Oompany, 816
Omaha BuildingChicago. loi sot.
WANTED-AN I DEA 5lS2S!S
thing to patent t Protect yoar ideas ; they may
BUUHA OO., Patent Attorneys, Waahlogtoik,
FOB RENT. i hre unhirulshed rooms;
Inquire at the La Vegas teler hone
IL43OO.OO0.I
CAPITAL.
iiif- - v.iii n ji r nibrun
uVJIP-FME. .A lUWeTMCUT.
A.C.
... V' .-' r .
Mannfaoturer of, '.5!. -':
il!'.H "'V
r
AnA rlaalafi tma
Hnnvy . Hard worn!
Everylnd of wagon material on hand
ir?
Boraeshoelng and repairing a ' s
eclalty
Grand and Kansanares ArenUoi,
iaatLa
Vegas.
o. s: ROGERS,
LAS VEGAS, N. ti.)
No. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, -'west and of
ridge ttt
bridge.
t Special attention given tey brand
ing irons, and general bfatksmith
ing and woodwork. "'' All work
promptly;' done arid itisifactiori
guaranteed. . - ,
NBw;IV!iJlirBry
MRS. L HOLLEjiVYACEB, :
a leader in this line of business, has J ant
reWed the first installment of BPR1NQ
NOVELTIES-. Ladies are Inrlttd to call
and exeraiue. . - , :
A Dress-Making Department, -
making a specialty of fine work, is in
charge of Mis Uanlon. (lata of Bullene,
Mocre & Emory's, of Kanas City) an
adept ig tbe artpf cutting, fitting and do
ok Bon wurk. ' Tu. patrouags of thf ladles
Is solicited. AU work guarauteed. Prices
from f.00 up.
ia.
Practical
Horse
Shoer
( 8." A Clements, proprietor of tbe New
STexlcOplanlog mill, has just reoelved an
assorted (took of building materials of all
kinds and styles, whteb lie offer for sale
at prices; to suit tbe times. He keeps on
hand always native and redwood lumber,
and shingle, and glres special' attention
to builder tatid contractors In want of
building materials.-1' Corner Seventh and
iaclcton street,'! East Las Vega. Good
delivered free of charge lo the city, 106-tf
r-'
j . . ' Mining Stock for 5al. -
The Las Vegas Mining and Prospecting
company. Incorporated under the law of
ibe Territory of New Mexjco, with capital
rWk of $150,000, nowiofTors 0)000 shares of
too for sal at 25cey jr share.' "All In
tjnlries should be addresaed, to the presi
dent or secretiry. -jMlJCfaraay;,
i , :. V ...frrsident.
' ': ,,'i"e-liv 'tjecrafcary.'.';
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- Rates, to City of Mexico.
: Las Ve0a8,J)T Jf., March ?th, 1896.
Bound trip rates to City of Mexico, from
Laa,Vega,' (6.70. - Going limit, sixty
days', with' final return limit, of six month
from date of sale. '"-'. . . v
'. ' , -a HATES TO PHOBNIX. :. - . .,
Tijurist rates to Phoenix, Arie., 'and r-
iwit, from .' Lat :yeira, $18.50, Limits,
flfteep days, in each direction, with float.
limit 6f six months. J
tf,'".'Vv. k - C'T-Jonis, Agent.
II,
W.. T.nnml
the . effioient chief
deputy of tho V. S. marshal's office,
left Santa Fe on a trip to Chama. ' -
O? LAS
Capital Paid in
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SAN MCE NATIONAL Bffl
V'"; '-'... . S - . V..' . ' OFFlOKBSt ' . '''-' ' '"- ' '.
'DB. J, M. CyNNINGHAM, President, .'
?" ,;- . FBANK SPRINGER, Vice-President." ! "r ;"r ' ' ;
vv .v,,j.:. . D. T. HOSKIN3, Cashier.
J t ; " ' ; V F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier.
Z ii: fgfT rRTKKBaT PAID OH T1MK DEPOSITS '
LAS VEGAS
SAVINGS BANK.
tarSaye your earnings by depositing them la tbe Lab Vboab Havings Bavx, where
they will bring you an income. Every dollar sayed, is two dollars made."
" - ; ' , , .' V " 10 deposits reoelred of less than Jl. v : ,, 1 -'.
. ' ' s: v Interest paid on all deposits of $6 and oyer.. ' '
. A large and complete line of .
1IIH . lili'S,
Plows and Points ;
Kept constantly on hand, together with
Garden Hose, Wire Netting,
Poultry, and Fence Wire,; '
liTPYES AND RANGES f
Xii. ot every. description," ; -Vouf
patronage i8 solicited at the 7
tilil-Toivn Hardware -StoPB.---
: . ,. - :-- NEW BTJILDISG, :'.'; . ; ..
WINTERNITZ
!u!i)5
ROSENTHAL & GO
826 & 328 Railroad Avenue
GENERAL
Goods delivered free to all parts jf the,
- fore purchasing, and be vonvinced of our low prices, -r ; . '
Complete line pf Cartridges and Ammunition always oniand.
A. A. WISE, Notary Public T-Etabllshed
- - WISE &-HOOSETT, i -
LOANS AND EBiLB; ESTATE, ;
"" ; r. .suttn ana uongias Ayes.,
Improved and UnlmnroTed Land and City
attended to for Hon-resldents. Titles examined, .Rents collected and Taxes; paid.
--irii i ...... .i : i
tor
TO.
Robt. L. M.Ross
; : Real Estate
AND INSURANCE AGENT.
Price- to Suit tie Tiine?, ' :i
..." '..; Lota from $100 op.
SOLE AGENT of tho Hill-site
Town Co. addition, and the Eldo-f
rado Town ?o? ; lower addition.
Residences, Business Properties,
Loans, Mortgages and Securities.
Desirable Acre properties ; Kaims under
irrigation uitones. umoe on .
20 FLOOit, TA1ME tJPJRA MOUKi4, 1. U8 tqJ,
I)oulas in, Butclief Shop
." lreih Buttertne, cheaper- And "better
than creamery butter. Leaf lard, sausage
and fretn peat'
' P. OAKLEY,
"' ': Buccssor to J. S. Elston,
Use ei Sip Paiutii
Glazing, Paper Uansing, te.
Shop . Qpposite Express ; Office,
. -M j . TELEPHONE 67. ".-.
JOHN B. STILL,
Contractor .
. and Builder.
Office next - door west - of The : Optic,
' uuuaing. .
VEGAS.
$100,000.
50,000.
aHRT OKE, Pres
'H. W. Kxllt, Vice Pres..
D. T. II as kins, Treat.
Paid up capital, $30,000.
The.
Dandy
Wind
Mill.
None
Better.
.oitj.- Call and examine our stocc m
1881. ' p. C. HOQSKTT.
East Las Vegs,j. M
Property for sale. : ; inyestmeqts made
and
H CARRIAGE REPOSITORY.
The finest line of Carriages, Buggies;
U Landaus, Saireys, Phaetons and goad
Oarts In ths SootliWest, of the but
manufacture - -
Livery and Feed Stables.
B5l
-
ibid If
io yard5 of
MERCHANDISE
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nn Tim-iirii 11 "r7 ri-i., -l
Finest Gingham Manufactured.;
nnoKni'ifhi n ' south
lUOtluUinLU O SIDE
LAS VEGAS,
JEFFj;R80N.RATNOLD3( PresMflnt
' JCJHN W. , ZQLLARS, Vice -
'.. J. ;,'v; V;,r PMini,
Accounts Received Subject to Check.
interest Paid on
Eat Xa$ Vegas
if
Ran ph an d M
Wool
Hides
"and
BLASTIip i GIANT POWDER.
'' '. ' ' . t'-"'
PLOWS
, , . and all kinds of
Agricultural Implements.
FARM.; GRASS AND; (GARDEN . SEED:;
PORTLAND CEMENT, : V
WER
FRIEDMAN f
WOOL DEALERS.
Wliolesale
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WHOLESAli AD
HiBJf 1BL- IMIBffl, SASH,
Faints, Oii
';i.W,'.
Cerrillos Hard
EAST,' CAS VEGAS, - "i
TKLBPHQHB Ho. 80 Goods delivered
KINDS OF
Neatly anol expeditiously exeouted,,an4
PLAZA.
National Banb
NJEVV MEXICO.
President.
A; B. SMITH, Cashier,
Assistant Cashier
Time Deposits.
and Socorro, N.
M.
and Pelts-
i n ing S uppliee,
G-rocers
Wire, Nails.
Shovels.
, FAItf.1 TOOLS,
BROI
u-rocers
VEGAS N. M.
PLAZA HOTELS
I-aaT.;., if aw Mexico. i
The ' pnly first-class house in tfa II
city. Headquarters for stockmeav Z
A. DUVAL, S
'In oharseof Cnlsln. n.navtmant
86o per meal ; $6 per week. Tables supplied
wuu every ining the market affords.
MRS. 8. B. DAVIS j
s , l . : .'.; Lessee:
Coors Bros.)
EETAH. DKALIB
BOOBS, BIJNDS. ?AR1S1IS
and Glasa,
and Soft Coal
m
NEW MEXICO
free la city.
JOB PRINTING
at a fair price, at The Optio offioe; :i '--'
A. Corcoran,
Dealer In
Cerrillos Hard and Soft
GOAL
Blossburg ' Coal,
Etc.
Lin cola
i Corner of Twelfth and
Streets. Telephone 47.
in a an.
sin
Late of Topea, Kansas,
riofiinilini r nrtrnniurM
rftOnWIIADLt UnLOOMAfUtf
Reasonable Trices. 912 Trines St.
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