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EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXIQOV MONDAY EVENING, MARCH iiO, 1800.
I f L 11.1 I . I V II f I
THE PECOS VALLEY
. 1 . .
It Will Be Extended from Ros
well, N. M.,' to Amarillo,
, " Texas, Soon. .
BIG DAMAGE BY STORMS
The Chicago Carpenters JL re Otit
on a Strike for an Eight
SOLDIERS. OF THE CROSS
El Paso, Texas, March 80 Presl
dent J.J,, Hagerman, of the Pecos Val
ley road, says lhat the Rbswell exteo
ion Is to be built to Amarillo, Texas
on tbeb D.nver & Gulf, after (be re
organization of the Pecos valley road
ball have taken place. The beet sugar
factory at l.ddy, N. M., is to be started
Wilbio sixty days, all the machinery
baring been bought for the mill, which
Is of 250 tons . capacity dully. Three
thousand Acres will be .cultivated to
beeis this year. ., ,-.y
MOKRI8, Minn., March 30 The
First national bank -of this city ,sus
pended to-day. " , . v
Steamer Grounded. '-. "'.
New York, N. Y., Maroh, 80 -.The
Steamer "Paris" is grounded - near
where the ''Saw York" was stranded,
last'idonlb. "The accident occurred
, during a der.se fog.
. Carpenter Out. .
Chicago, 111., March 80. Three
hundred carpenters ate out on a strike
for an eighuhour day. It is feared that
the srike will eventually involve every
caipenter In the city:
Guthrie, O. T., March 80. The su
preme court of this Territory refuses to
recognize Greer county and attach it
to Oklahoma county, 200 miles distant,
for judicial purposes.. This leaves the
new county,, as organized, to the Ter
ritory, with twenty murderers apply
ing gor writs of habeas corpus.
Battle With Yaquls.
Hermosillo, Mexico, Maroh 80.
Borates have bad a battle with the
Yaqbi Indians in the mountains, kill
ing twenty of tliem and wounding an
unknown number. More troops are
being concentrated in the neihbor
tuod of the Indian stronghold as
eapWIy as possible and efforts are
- making for their complete subjection.
Academy of "Design. '..
Stsvv Yoek, March 80 In spite of
N- Dameroua other soei, aUraolioBf- the
national academy of design was
crowded with that element of high so
ciety having a reputation as patrons of
Kit at the opening to-day'of its seventy
first 'annual exhibition. A great num
ber of artists f note are represented
at this year's exhibition, and the cx
hibtts, both in oil and pastel, surpass
in number at least, the exhibitions of
former years. The jury of selection,
composed of artists, representing every
. ..friiese of art and suhooliug, began Us
work of seieotion to-day for the award
ing of the Hallgarten,' Dodge and
Clarke prizes, amounting in all to
Jron and Meet Workers.
PiTTSBCBO, Pa , March 80. Now
lhat. the officers of the amalgamated
association of iron and steel workers
Have, definitely decided to hold a
national convention lo, Detroit daring
tfae second week in May, there will be
considerable adtlvlty in the matter of
.ejecting delegates. The convention
will be one of great importance from
ibe. act-that the scale question is to be
- considered. The men wish en advance
of twenty-five or flfty cents over the
present wages of '$i per ton for
puddling, and are also dissatisfied
with the present rule by which the
average selling price of bar iron at the
mills for; six' y. . days determines the
rat f wages for the two months foU
' -. The Storm King-.
Bristoi., Tenn.,; March ' 80. The
railroad station house at Gales City,
Va., was burned by lightning and two
V- bridges crossing the Holston river have
--' been damaged by flood; also, two un
. known women were drowned. .."
Oakviu.e, Out.', March 80 Two
tiimara'Jikva rw?nn anntr here and
half a dozen others have been forced
Into fke Ontario by the rapid break
ing of ice','cause,d by the flood.
rALMrRi, N. Y , March SO The
" West Shore tracks are buried under
., two feet of water, and trains have been
?)utoks, N. Y March 80. The Clyde
river is the highest koown in thirty
years and the water is doing great
1 , - To-Nlghfa "Mill."
MasvitiI, Long Island, March 80
The finale if the pugilistic carnival
that the combined efforts of federal,
Mate and Mexican, autborititii pre
vented Dan Stuart bringing off at 1
Paso last February, will be witnessed
at tbe Empire 'club bouse to-night,
when Jacfe Krerbardt, the New Orleans
light-weight, and Horace Leeds, for
merly of Atlantic CUy. N. J., now
known as the Quker City champ'on,
will get together for a twenty-round
bout.. This is the la,-.t of the events of
the abandoned Texas carnival, all of
the, others "'fiarlng been successfully
brought off within the boundaries of
eastern civilization. . At El Pas9 the
two- meo wonld have contested for a
purse of $3,500 and the light-weight
chaaipliMisuip of America, but to-night I
chip, is not literally, although praoti
jalfy, involve.!. Both men will weigh
(a at the ring Mj at 130.
' " SALVATION ARMY.
The Soldiers of tbi Croat are Having Troubl
Ranks. ' ' "v
New York, N. y Y- Mafoh " 80.
A dispatch from London say: Some
thing of a sensation baa been created
by the circulation of a story to the
effect that General Booth may loon
called on to face a rebellion In the
ranks of the Salvation army la Eng
land, and which promises to be greater
In extent and even more disastrous
than the present defection in" the
American forces of the organizallon.
PuiLADKLrniA, Fs., March SO.
The adherents of Bmllugtun Booth
now American volunteers are bustling,
this morning, with the view of making
the demonstration. Jn the Academy
Music, this evening, an Imposing one
both In point of numbers stad influence
of those in ., attendance, t Mr. Uootu
and his wife, who arrived ' here, this
morning, are the guests of Dr. George
1. MeKelway, secretary of the Phi la
delpbia Auxiliary lyeagae, composed of
4dU prominent rbiladelpbians, 'nipe.
tenths of whom, It U expected, will be
on the platform', this evening. ' 'The
new army's "Patti," Staff Captain
Watkins, who seoeded from the Sal
vatlo&ists in Newark, N. J , together
with the captain and bis wife. will, be
tha principal speakers of the evening
The local Salvationists bad originally
Intended to get up a oouoter demon
stiation, but were induced to abandon
the intention? ' . : . V
TH8 PASSINQ OP THE HOR8B.
Mechanically Propelled Vehicle Will be dan'
rally Adopted ' .
New York N. Y., March 30 Ac
cording to preliminary outline Of the
program reoeived here from London
to-day, the International exposition of
Horseless carriages, which is to open
at tne urystai palace early in May next,
will be oi the most comprehensive na.
ture, and will, so far as that country
is concerned, inaugurate an. interest
that is oertaln to bring about the gen
eral adoption, not only of mechanically
p -optlled carriages, . and other pri
vate ' vehicles, . but ' wagons v and
"carts, used in manufacturing and
agricultural centers. The British gov
ernment has prepared a bill that re
moves the legal difficulties hitherto in
the way of the operation of mechanic'
ally propelled vehicles on the public
highways, in an international ad
dress, the executive committee admits
that a new industry, that of the manu
facture of self propelling vehicles for
use upon common roads, has assumed
considerable magnitude in other coun
tries, and it invites and nrges all who
are interested to give publicity to their
inventions, schemes or suggestions
through the medium of the forthcom
ing exposition ... 4
Billiard . Tournament. .
New YonK, N. Y March SOZThe
sporting world, ; and particularly that
element of tt devoted to the cue, is on
the qui vive in anticipation of the big
three-cornered billiard 'tournament,
which is to begin at Madison Square
Garden, to-night. It Is confidently
expected the match will prove the
biggest affair of the kind the country
has seen for a long time,. Two of the
contestants will be the old-time rivals,
Ives and Schaefer, while the third will
be the French wUard," Gamier, who,
report says, will open the eyes of the
local experts, as a cue-wielder." Uoder
the articles of agreement, the style of
game is to be eigbteen-inoh balk-line,
wbioh has never been played in an
American championship tournament
before. The match, beginning to.
night, is the first of a series of three
tournaments between the. same play
ers. The other two are to take plaee
In Boston and Chicago, in the order
named. ' ' .y-
A Probabta flanging."
York,. N.iY.,' March 80. A
dispatch from London says1','"!? Unless
within tha next twenty-four hours the
borne secretary) Sir Matthew White
Ridley, In response to a numerously.
signed petition, grants a reprieye,JOhn
Miller Hindson, one of the- best known
commercial travi lers in this country,
will be hanged at Warwick at 2 o'clock,
to morrow afternoon.,?-All the prepa.
rations have been made for the execu
tion, and which, if it takes" place, will
be a fitting climax to one of the most,
extraordinary cases on record, and fur
nish the threads for a thrilling novelvbl
the sensational order.
Saginaw. Michigan, March 80-
saginaw is given overto tbe grand
army to-day. There are f ally 10,000
visitors in the city, and the' annual en
campment, departmentr,Of 'Bdichig'a
G. A. K , is one of the most largely at
tended and successful event of the
kind ever held in the state1' the' g'reat
event of the encampment wagnne great
parade to-day , with about t,000 Veter
ans in line. This evening tbe veteracs
and tx prisoners of war of. the" state
win nnlte for their annualcamp-flre. .
"PWR EENT Nlfelv furnished rooms, tt
jl iam residence or Wm. Malboenf .-lM-tt
"VtT.ANTKD Position as governess or coni-
fr viuuun. win
o into the
Animas,. Co. a.
FOR 8LK-pheap for cash, - a ' folly
equtpKt restaurant, in llland, N. M
tor (ui titer Information
Shaw, Bland, N. ,
to B H
WANTED. An honest, active gentleman
or lady to travel for reliable establish
ed buutp. . Salary 7ne, payable $16 weekly
and expenses. Situation permanent. Ket
rrences. Jtnclosa eelf acl iressed, stamped
envelope. XJje Poiulnlon Company, 816
Omaha (lulldlug, Chicago. loi sot
w - - - - - - - - OI rMJl
rUlAH f )tv maw
M1;" V) im r x-fotect your Ideas ; they may
Write JOHN WSDDEHr
li. 0., for their'f ,tab 'p'be'er,
V UiUlr t
"lirae unfurnlitied rooms;
tbe Lai Vegas telephone
THE X-RAYS IN COURT
Neeatives' of a Woman'g Left
Foot Produced in a Dam
USUAL NUMBER OF, FIRES
The Cuban Crisis Is Thought to
bfif Near at Hand, on the
Island. ' .
A ; MURDERER RESPITED
New Yore, N, Y., Maroh 30 A dls
patch from London says : The court
of appeal of the supreme court of judi
oature is to give an ooinion in a test
case wherein Gladys Efolliotr, an ao
tress who sustained injuries by falling
through a dilapidated stairway in the
Nottingham theater, brought- suit
against tbe company; and was awarded
5,000 damages. The plaintiff's case
was weak until the production of nega
tives of Her left foot, taken by rrofes
sor uamsay, by means of tbe a rays,
wbich clearly demonstrated that tbe
bones of the foot had been seriously
displaced. As the testimony of the
hew rays was admitted by Justioe
H iwkins, whose decisions have invari
ably been sustained, the fact may be
taken foreshadowing the ultimate eon
elusion of the court of appeal and tb
precedent to be established. - " "
' ' ; aranted a Stay,
Jefferson Citt, Mo., March 30.-
Thomas Ponscbow, sentenoed to bang
on April 8d, has been granted a stay
until May oth.
Crisis at Hand.
Kur West, Florida, March 30. Ad
vices from Cuba by private hands re
port that the rebels are swarming Into
the provinces of Il.ivina and Finer
Dolrioand are devastating the oountry.
They are well, equipped. Tbe Span-
lards appear demoralized and it is be
lieved that the crisis on the , island is
rapidly approaching. V '"
. Some Blaze. - ";-" , 1
New York, r. Y.,Marcb 30. Dock
wo o of the fine railroad, at Jersey
Uty, burned to-day ; loss, f 50,000. -
Mobile, Ala , Maroh SO --During
panic over a slight fire in the Battle
bouse, to-day, Uonstantine idverate
fell from the fifth story and was fatally
injured. ' . .y :, .
Chicago, HI, March 30. An
alarming fire is now raging in the
building in tbj rear of tbe Auditorium
annex. Ureal apprehension is feu as
to its spread, y .., y ,
. BURLissTow, Iowa, Maroh 80. The
Harrison elevator at this place.burned :
loss, 150,000; half insured. '
Uncle Tom's Cabin.
'Uncle Tom' Cabin" neTer grows old.
There runs through It a vein of pathos
peculiarly touching and awoet. Like the
ies of a child. It eonqners by tbe very in
nocence of its breath. In tbe character of
Era, It l Unique. Who does not cherish
In memory some sweet angello child, who
seemed to touch thla earth only aB a
transient visitor, who passed away with
the dew of childhood' morning, too good;
too pure tar os. ;1.Ww' there ever a child
like Eva? Yes, but her name is wrftten
upon gravestones. "This good old play fa
unique, because It is tha. only one that
portrays that character. v. y
The scenery is sxcsllent. In tb rivet
soene, one sees tbe floating cakes of Ice'
slowly moving dovs stream. The plants
lion scene depicts a typical southern boms,
with Its eotton fields, its mansion and its
log cabins, It Is a warm, me'.wt bsaVtl
ful scene. The last scene in this pictur
esque drama bas perbapiy taxed tha
Killed painter and mechanic mors tbad
any other spectacle that ins . stage .can
boast. It is not flattery to say that "tba,
Beautiful Gates Ajar," now? depicted by
tb Cook B!!?rs company, Is one of tb
most entrancing speotacles ever witnessed
Xhe,.Cook Sisters' 'Upctao'nTs-OaWn'V
company Will appear at the Tamms opera
honse, this evening. - , .'
A- T. ROGERS,
LATE OF B0GER8 BK08. ,
Beneral Blaocsml thing, Wa
EAST: LAS VEOAS, NEvniEXICO.
And Household Goods of all kinds.
5oxt door to P. O , East Las Vegas.
II1V ilVff awf 1
A. ft. SEKECftL, Manager
Ladies' and Gents'
, At Half Price.
Dress Goods at Cost
ja a n mm.
Highest ot all in, Leavening
' EL PORVBNIR NOTES.
A, B. Ritchie, Mr. and
ter,:drove to tbe springs on Haturduy. I
Sheriff Hllario Romero drove up to tba
resort, Sunday afternoon, to summon jilt
rora for tha coming court.' -1 -; i
. Ferro isjbe popular game for the eVtu
lng entertalDmenta, some twenty-flve p
tlcipaterl on Saturday evening. 4'
Mr. Zetterllnd and epq visit their friends
in Xas Vegas, jto-dy. She Is now occupy
lug the cottage adjoining the hotel. ; ' y"
A garden Is being laid out In front of the-
hotel, lo a Short time tba guests w (I I be
raiin'g on the flotrars that bloom In the
spring, y '' ;' '"-
Parties from the springs are now 'quite
frequent, Wm.iiljet and wife, J. l. Stack,
and wife and Q. N. NofT, spent Boturdsy tt
R. B. Schoonmaker, of Lai Vegas, made
late call at tbe hotel, Saturday night,
only to tear himself sway early the next
moral a g. y y . , .
Sunday, Ira HeJdy and A- C. McQir-
llvray took a horseback ride to hot springs.
It is a pleasant trip, t'elng only One hour"
and a half off. " y
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, F. It. Cunningham
and Mrs. Bonlt, from hot springs, spent
Saturday evening at El forvenlr, and re-
turned on Monday.
TheKast Laa Vegas weli-koovn attorn
ney, Redmond McPpoagb, was a guest of
tbe hotel over Sunday. ' El Fnrvanir is a
One spot.'says Mao.
C. W. McEinnis, of the Buckeye state,
an enthusiastic miner. He bas mined
bis new black hat with gold dust, digging
for hidden treasures.
Tbs guests "of the hotel are entertained
by the musical quartet, Miss Marie Leon
ard, Lafayette -Sfradling, Thomas Bend
ricks and K.W. Van Blyke. .
uyt all miss Bob," has been the general
remark of late Tba fact'1 Is, Ilobert C,
Bodes has gone for a days, to Las . Vegas,
lntAnrIln9 tti Mlnpn MB anrtn .no nno.lhla
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Sunday, Arthpr Holtioan, Jack Mennet
and Frank Barney made a trip up on Her
mit's Peak, on foot They returned and
spent an enjoyable evening at the hotel.
The high winds and slight snow storms
of Friday and Saturday did not dampen
tha spirits of the El Forvenirian. VTbey
played cards and billiard matches'yvere
galore. - ." ',, '
The train, bottr 'TO Harvey's ranch and
HSrmit's peak, are free from ice and snow.
Quite a few trips have been made on un
usual summer time. Improvements will
be made witbin a few days on the same.
Saturday, James A. Dick,"W. G. Haydoo
joined the ladies, Mrs.. Dick,. Mrs.r.FJow-
noy'and Mies McMurtry, who preceded
them at EI Porvenir. A trip to Harvey's
ranch through the Wall in aa canoi was
then mode, ' SUndarfoo. aawhem
back at the resort.. -1:--?.; ,--. ;
"Sunshine of Paradise. Alley" is the
name given to tbe mining camp at El
Porventr. It is divided Into two 'sections,
yif. Thomas Heudrick,.Lafayette Strad-
Ilng", VVt McKlnnis, form one. Ira
Heddy, Harry P.. Leonard. 1 C. W. Muzzy
and K. W. .Van Slyke, the other. All are
hard at work with pick and shovel, -
Construction work on the Atchison, which
bas been at a standstill for several months
past, wilt again be resumed early In April.
Tbe .engineering department of-tbe road
has prepared plans for fifteen -irttss and
iron-girder bridges, and tbe contracts for
tbe construction of these- structures have
been awarded.- ' ' v'.' "'; '.-
It is said that six engineers are rooming
together here, and although the' room con
tains three good beds, one of them Is .con
sidered a little tbe best, and when the six
happen to be in together,tbey draw straws
to see which two shall occupy the best bed.
A. G: SCHMIDT
:vj; And dealer. lii;--- '"'
Hnavu .: Harrlwann 1
7 . " .-'" " ST. "-";"" T"-
Every kind, of wagon material n hand
Horseshoeing and repairing a '. specialty
Grand and fflanzaflares AveniiesEaBt Ls
Vegas...--" ......,;;':; j: .V;
LAS VEGAS, N. M."
Ros. 7, 8 and 0 Bridge street, west end of
. bridge,. .. .- -:s it
" Special attention given to brand
ing irons, and general blacksmith
ihg and woodwork. ' - AH work
promptly done and satisfactior
New Mill inBry.
MRS. L. HQLLENWAGEB,
a leader I
of business, has tnat
nstallraent of KbRrNfJ
Ladies are invited to call
' H DresS-Making Department; v.'v-
making a specialty of fine work,, ii In
charge of Mis; Han.wn. 'ilVe of Biiilene,
Moore & Enory's, of"Kanas City) an
adept in tbe art of cutting, fluting and do
ing fin work. Tbe patronage of the ladies
is solicited. All work guaranteed. Prices
from W Bp, ' '
; Hannfaotnrer of;
Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
' r--- sa a
a. i i m xm . j w . m
8.' A. Clements, proprietor of tbe New
Mexico planing mill, bas jut received an
assorted stock of building materiuis of all
kinds and styles, which be offers for sale
at prices to suit the times.- tie keeps on
hand always native and redwood lumber,
and shingles, and gives special attention
to builders and contractors In want of
building matorials. Corner Seventh and
Jackson Streets, ' East Las Vegas, Goods
delivered free of charge la the oity, 105-tf
'" : Mining Stock for Sale. ,
' Thejjas Veas.Minlng and, prospeoting
company, Incorporated under the! laws of
the Territory of New Mexico, with capital
stock of $150,000, now offers 5,000 shares of
stock for sale at 25 oects per share. ..All In
quiries should be addressed to the presi
dent or secretary. ; . Wm. E. Skitics,;,
'.-. . .-"i . r ' ' '".' '. " Presidents,
' Tkos. E. Blauvelt,
-. .- Secretary. . '98 ml
," Rate to Cltv of Mexico. : . '
Las Vegas, N. M., March 9th, 1896.
Round trip rates to City of Mexico, from
Las Vegas, 48.J0. Going limit, sixty
days, .with final return limit, of six months
from date of sale. .. .' '"' .
RATBS TO PHOENIX. .
Tourist rates to Phoenix, Arii., 'and re
turn from Las Vegas,' $48.50. "Limits,
fifteen days, In each direction, with final
limit of six months. '"
tfv -C. F. Joke t, Agent.
; People wishing to sell or bay improved
or unimproved real estate will do well to
see Gi H. Hutchison & Co. 286 tf
Capital Paid in
J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President, i - - '
FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President. .
y v ,:; y D. T. HOSKINS, Cashier.
F. B. JANUARi, Assistant Caflhier.
INTEREST PAID OS
tSave your earnings by depositing them In the Lab Vboas Savtsos Basts, where
they will bring you an lnooine. ' Kvery dollar saved, is two dollars made,"
No deposits reoeived of less than SI.
Interest paid on all deposits of $5 and over,
A large and complete line of ,
Plows and Points '
Kept constantly on hand, together with
Garden Hose, Wire Netting,
Poultry and Fence Wire, "
STOVES AND RANGES
. of every description.
Your patronage is solicited at the
; Old Town Hardware Store,
f NEW- BUILDING, -
826 & 328 Railroad Avenue.
-. ' I''"; DSALkEl Ilf " ."...'."'" V'
Ranoli fiupiilles a Sneoialty.
Goods delivered free to all parts of the
ire purchasing, and be ionvinoed of onr low prices.
Complete line of Cartridges and Ammonition always on hand. Tfli
A. A. WISE, Notary Public -Established
. . - WISE & HOaSETT,
LOANS AND BE AS ESTATE,
. - Sixth and Douglas Aves., East Las Vegs,iU.' . ' y
Improved and Unimproved Lands and City
attended to lor non-residents. Titles examined, Rents collected and Taxes paid.
. 1 - -
Robt, L, M, Ross,
AND INSURANCE AGENT.
Prices to Suit the Times,
, Lots front $100 np.
SOLE AGENT of the Hill-site
Town Co. addition, and the Eldo- .
' rado Town Co. lowor , addition. V
Residences, Business Properties,
. ; Loans, Mortgages and Securities.
Desirable Acre Properties; Farms under
Irrigation Ditches. OlHoe on
2OFL0Olt,TAMEOPRAHOU3E, E. LAS VEGAS,
Douglas Lit. Butcher Shop.
Fresh Butterlne, cheaper and better
than creamery butter. Leaf lard, sausage
and fresh meats every day. ' ' " '
Successor to J, S. Elston,
' OlazlnR, Paper Uanglng, Etc.
Shop Opposite Express Office,
, - ' TELEPHONE 57. i
JOHN R. STILL.
Office next'' door west of Tbi Optio,
TTMK DEPOSITS t5 '.'
Henry Goksj,. Pre
H. W. Kki.lt, Vice Pres.
D.;T. BoaKiKS, Treas.
Paid up capital, $30,000
city. Call and examine onr 8tOo ot
1881. '';. J P. C. HOQSETT.
Property for sale. " investments made and
The finest line of Carriages, Boggles.
naaus. am revs. I'hsetona and Rnari
Carts In th Southwest, ot the bait
" Livery and jPeefl Stables. J
Finest Gingham Manufactured.
First National Bank,
, v LAS, VEGAS,
; ; v .; JEFFERSON EAYNOLDS, President
JOHN W. ZOLLARS, Vice-President. A. B. SMITH, Cashicn
-'' ' ;. . , F. N. SMini, Assistant Cashier.
Accounts Received Subject to Check.
Interest Paid on
Eiist Las Vegas
Wool, Hides and Pelts.
Fence Wire, Nails,
Picks and Shovels.
BLASTING I GIANT POWDER
PLOWS, Si TOOLS,
and ail kinds of ;
FARM, GRASS AND GARDEN SEED.
ACME CEMENT PLASTER
mm friedm a
. LAS VEGAS N. M.
X ' K- MI a IisfiftaJ J
- ; ,
(Saeoessor to Coors Bros.)
WHOLBSAIJB AND BITAIt DKALIB Dt
HABDWABSe liOT SASH,
TBLBPHONB No. 60 Goods delivered
ALt KINDS OF
Neatly and expeditiously exeonled, and
and Socorro. N. MY
' -las Teg as, Mew ale.
The only first-class house in tbt
city. Headquartera for stockmea,
In chartrnnf Hnlafn nanarm.i
860 per meal; W per week. Tables suDDUse)
wku everything tbe market affords.
MRS. S. B. DAVIS ;
e3 iRooms by the day for 50c to M.00: bv
aiontH, $0 to $12.
DOOBS, BLINDS, 7ABMSHIS
'land l" Glass. ' c-:f
and Soft CoaL
free In city.
at a fair price, at Ths Optio office.''
Cerrillos Hard and Soft
Blossburg Coal Etc.
Corner of Twelfth and
Streets. Telephone 47.
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Late of Tcpea, Kansas,
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