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svk ..quick., returns An lTtO To all tit trtlisri Whoow Too columns of Tiis urtio. i Art f !rea To all advertisers Whows Tbe columns of Till Optic. RETURNS VOL XVII. EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY EVENING,! MARCH ,31, 1890. NO. 128 OOV.IIDGHESISTOG Enemies ,Qf the Governor of Ari zpna at' Last Secure His Removal. MORE REED DELEGATES Steamer Landed In Cuba Violation of the Neutrality Laws. In NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES Washinotos, D.' C; March 81 The pn-sident yasterday sent to tbe Senate the nomination of Beoj imin , Franklin, of'Ahzona, to be governor ot that Territory. 1 be term of tbe pres enl governor, Hughes, would not have expired until April Js, 1897. Tbe ap bointmeot of Franklin is, no doubt. the result of bitter faOlional fight. ' Phoenijc, Ariz na, March 81. Ter. titoriai Seoretary Bruce attempted to it-cure tbe keys and records this morn' log from Governor L. C. Hughes, but the latter refused to surrender them antll his successor shall have been con firmed by the senate. - v ' Assigned. ; Bethleuhm.. Ti , March 81. The tVtter Silk 'manufacturing company hat assigned.' The liabilities are large. ' .. .... Ao Injtuinuin Order. ROME, Italjv March 31. The king Of Abyssinia 189 ordered tbe slaugb ter of all tick,; and disabled prisoners Who were captured during tbe battle tlth the Italians. ; ' t1.rrl.on Oit. IUOiAKAt-OLis, Ind.. - March 81. General Bun llinisou left this city lor New York,".thl:. afiernoon, where he will be married to , Mrs. Dimmick, next Monday, April Gh. Cotton Mtl Closed. Columbus, Ga, March 81. Two - larjre cotton mills bare been closed here, on account of the strike of a por tion of the employes., fifteen hundred men are idle io coobeqaeDce, , ' Home Abandoned. Londos, . Ebgland, March 81. A thousand people-'; were compel. eJ to absndon their homes in the west part of London by tbe bursting of tbe dike along. Thames river, on aocount of high water. ' . Massing for an Attack. London, Marten '8l' Advices from South Africa are'ro the effect that tee . tfatadelet, who are well armed, are SMMing tor an attack on the British nd Bulowayo is" endangered,: or. ac count ot the ttfloicijC supply of arms. .. Urging Adnilssfon. " PhCENIX, Ariz., . March 31 The democratic and republican executive committees have wired a petition to the conpressioual corrl'mittee oh Territor-, it. urging admissioa'as a state,, as Ar faroca has all tbe requirements fur self government. , -Destructive Flood.. Kkw YObk, 'el. Y., Maroh 31. The floods in the interior of the state con tinue vry dts'ructive.. The Mohawk river threatens to completely stop travel on the Mew York Central road. At Newark, their tracks are under six Inches of water. - Landed In Cuba. ' Charleston, S. C. Marchc St. Positive evidence has been seonred hat the steamer "Commodore" with a 'cargo of arms On board, were not (brown overboard, but were safely landed in Cuba. The - vessel will be elsed for a violation of neutrality laws. ' :" v ' ":' Forty-Five Thousand Names Fraudulently Registered for : the City Election. TAYLOR BOYS MUST HANG THE WAY IN CHICAGO pnvuu iiuiu A4Uiuuu snjrs. tun fut umm leaked out that before her departure for tbe continent, after - consultation with tbe Princess of Wales , and the premier; the queen duolded upon plans tor the future for Prince Alexander Al bert, Of Battenberg, tbe eldest child of tbe union of tbe Princess Beatrloa nd Prince Henry, of Batienberg, who re cently lost bis life from lover Incurred in the AshantI expedition. Aooordlnsr to the decision reaohed, the offloes of captain general Of tbs Isle of, Wight and constable of Carlstnoke castle, whiob. were tilled by the late Prince Henry, and to whioh are 'attached sal tries and fees aggregating f0,000 yearly, are to remain vacant nntil Prince Alexander, who is now '"eleven years old, reaobes bis eighteenth year, for the next two years, net, will ,t pupil at Mr. rKawnsley't school, at Park Hill, near; Lvnd burst,- where bis cousin, the young Duke of Albany, la also a souoiar. Here he will pe .fitted lot entrance into Uxiord nniversity.. Highest of all ia Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report ; mmm t-zcznzzz-j-tripe Data Wanted' as to Losses by Diversion of Waters of the -Rio Grande. FIVE CUBANS GARROTED Chicago, 111.", March 81. Forty-five thousand names have been stricken from the registration lists nere as fraudulent. : " " ' ' Another Rent Crowd. Concord, N. II., March 81 Tom Raed and bimetallism" is tbe slogan ot tee republisans ot tbe branite state, who ure assembled in state convention here, to-day, for the selection of dele gates to St. Louis Prior to the hour set for the commencement of business, tbe attitude that should be taken on the money question . was vigorously discussed by tbe groups of delegates in tbe rotundas ot tb Hotels.. J be chances are, however, in favot of a general sound money plankt arid it is understood that. Senator William E Chandler, who will be the temporary and permanent chairman of tbe con vention, .has 8U3h a plank already drawn up. ' ' ' ! Tbe convention was Odlled toordir by Hon. Stephen S, Jewett, of this city : and Senator Chandler, uon be ing introduced as temporary obalrman. made a rousing address, his reference to Speaker Reed as an available pres identiat candidate, ' being applauded again and again. The delegation . to St. Louts, wbiott will be beaded by Senator Chandler,.' will' be instructed for the speaker. ' Congrcitmen R-nonHnated. Decatur, Ills, -March 81. The republican convention for the seven teenlh congressional district, to-day, re-nominated Congressman James A. Connolly, of Spriogfleld, and Who two years ago after a bitter fight, defeated liun. William M. Springer, by nearly ;000 plurality. Mattoon, Ills., March 31. Hon. Benson Wood, (republican,) who in 1894 defeated Hon. George W. Fitbian, by a plurality of 1,800, was, to day, re-nominated by acclamation, by the publican congressional convention of the nineteenth, district, , He .was not present to txpres hisr appteoiallon baving preterretf to stay In W6tng- ton, in order tbat he might keep Bp the oord he bas . made - of being Jo bis reat in the bouse every day slope the opening of the recent session Zanesville, O , March $l.-Hjn. Henry C. Van Voorhls, , of this oity, was, to-day, re-nominated for t third term ly the republican congressional convention of the fifteenth Qulo dis trict. - ' -" i gig t Sentanc Afflraed. '" jEFiisoN CiTr, Mo., March 81 The BtaW suurema court has affirmed the sentence Of the Taylor .brothers, who were convicted of the murder, of the Meek family, and sentenced to hang apru wtb- . M r. Saloon Keeper. Fliwd.j.. Wichita: Kansas, March 31. Three saloon keepers wens to-day fined 100 and oosts lor selling liquor on Sun day. The chief of polioe informed the violators of the law in open court tbat they wou(d hot' be arrested hereafter, but they would have their fixtures de molished with sledge hammers, if Ihey again violated tbe law. ?A5 ' - A Sarin of Joint DHiaa, " Auopsta, Ga., March 3i,Tbe first of the series ot joint debates arrangsd between ex-Speaker Crisp and Secre tary Hoke Smlrh, and whioh is regard- ed in some quarters as a, precursor of a ngbt between tbe two for tbo senato rial toga to be 'awarded . by tbe next session of the Georgia legislature, is to take place here, to-night. The financial question Is toe wide issue chosen as tbe subject of debate. Tbe secretary of tbe interior is expected ta voice the sentiments of tbe administration, while Judge Crisp will respond with nn ex pression of tbe views be has already made plain on the floor of tbe house of .representatives 'The second of the series of debates is . scheduled to take place in Atlanta, next Saturday night TRACK AND TRAIN. An Important Inquiry. El Paso, Texas, March 31. Con gressman Lockerell bas sent to tbls oity' for data relative to the losses sus tained in tbe Rio Grande valley from tbu diversion of water for Irrigation purposes in Colorado. Efforts are Making for joint action of the two governments to settle the water ,ues- tiou, by tbe onstruo ion of tbe pro posed dam and reservoir. ' .. Publicly Oarratod. Havana, Cuba, March 31. Five Ca. ban murderers and robbers were pub licly garroted, this morning, with hor rible brutality. The bloody work be gan by the executioner's assistant, who so bunglingly performed it that the borntkd spectators insisted tbat tbe executioner himself . should officiate. He did and he made most ghastly work Of it. i tnally, be nad in- utter disgust, leaving others to comptBte the deadly performaocsj . :-. , I ''! I HI I I .' - Our Active Navy. Washington, D. C, Maroh 81., Although the spirit has vanished and the bellicose talk of congress has sub sided there Is still apparent about tbe navy department an air of unusual ac tivity, which bas been communicated to the Various shipyardijw.here vessels for the United Slates navy are at pres ent undergoing const r not ion. ' Uuuiorl has it tbat Secretary Herbert is exceed ingly anxious tbat all of the vessels now under construction shall be com pleted before the expiration of his term of office a year hence, ; , A Trad. Movement. Chicagp, 111., March 31 The national association of -manufacturers, As a result of a proposal broached at tbe recent convention of ius organiza tion in this city, bas a movement well tinder way, having for its object tbe stimulation of trade between , -the UolUd States and the " countries of Jfeouth Americs. A corps of trained iuen will shortly be sent by the asso ciation to visit all of the" important cities of South America for the purpose of studying tbe requirements of those markets and. to establish agencies for tbe sale of American goods.- ; - Anotber.Royal Wedding. V LONDON, England, March 81 The drefshiakers'od milliners in the aris-t-scrstlc portion cf the metropolis are in a flutter of excitement over tbe an. fioatieement that the mariiage of the Princess. Maud, of - Wales," youngest child,,of tbe Prince and Princess of Wales, and the Prince Charles, second on of the Crown Prinze of Denmark, bas been definitely set for the first Wednesday in July. The wedding will be a state one in the Chapel Royal attached to St. James1 palace, and it Is calculated will involve n expeLditure In all . details of not lets than f5,000,000 - n , . , s Champlorehlp Conteat. . Chicago, III , Mrch 81. Consider, able Interest is C"anifesUd in alblet'o circles in tbe L'Hsrrjpiooship contest which 'takes - piaro to-night between Louis Cyr and August W. Johnson, tbe noted "strong ' men, " which thkes place at Centi&l Muaio hall. Beside the honor attached to tun victory,' the rioocessful crralest&nt takes a purse of f3,O00. Tbe articles provide tbat the 6ne mho shall lift the greatest number f pounds, aggregated from all the fiati performed in the contest, shall be ateolared the winner. It is also pro tMad, in order to avoid any possible trickery, that each man shall have the privilege of borrowing and using the other man's paraphernalia to perform I ny particular feat, if hs is so dis- Republican Collage League. Chicago', 111 , March 81 Tele. grams received at the headquarters in the Auditorium hotel, to-day, say that tbe advance guard of delegates to the annual convention of the' American- republican college league, which opens on Friday, will commence to arrive this evening, and to-morrow morning. The local committee of arrangements in session, to-day, received -'fittl a siirance tbat Governbt IBradley, . fit Kentucky, Senator Thurston, " of Jf braeka; Congressman..' MoL'Ieary, of Minnesota, and ex-Minister Jtobert T Llncclo, wid speak at the banquet on Friday eveBiog. Senator-elect WeL lington, of Maryland, and Hon. J. P. Dolliverr-of Iowa, both of Whom have been expected, will not be here. '; ' . .-.jA. ' ,i . i ; p.--. ; The Traveler.' Astootatioa. Teerk Haltk, Irfd ,, Maroh JJl'-i Reports received from all quarters In dicate that the 'coming convention of the national travelers1 protective asso ciation will be tbe largest in the hit. tory of the organisation, and as a con sequence the looal committee on ar rangements is actively engaged in pre paring for the entertainment and ac commodation of the delegates. 'There was some "opposition to the Choice of Terre Haute for the national conven tion on the ground' that the city could not properly care for so large; s, gath ering, but. the cur&Hgeijieaii .being made by tbe local branch f give ample assurance . that every visitor will get three meals a day and a good , bed to sleep In. a- . , ....... .:s SPECUL NdHCES. F OR BENT Nlfely furnished rooms, at toe re.mence or wm. Maiboeur.-m-lt WANTED Position as governess or com panion. Will travt-l or-ko into tile country. Address, lillle M. Smith, Los Anlinas, Co'o. . - - .- LEH3beap for cash.' a fullv- ppd restaurant, in Bland. N. m : ther lnfo.iuatlon aDDlr to H TJOB l for W.the WANT JD. An tioneat , active Kentleraan or lady to travel for reliable establish ed huue. Salary $780, pjyable fig weekly andezpen.es. Situation permanent. Ref erence.. Enclose eelf-ad Ire.aed. .tamped pnvelope. The Dominion Company, S16 Omaha jiulldlng, Chicago. . 101 sot VITK MUST UAVK HELP. IT n and mmn lid to lie nor rn. ea.y home work. No books or pedaling. Steady employment guaranteed. Send tamp for work and particular, at onee. HERMANN A 8KYMOIJU, SIS South Sixth street, Philadelphia, Fa. . ea-tf WANTED IDEA&rs. A CO., l'Hitit AttornBj.-a, Waauiiiaiua. w., lor jueir ti&ti pi-iiee ouer. 170 B BBMT. Three ynf...-i.Ke;. a; inquire t tD iA$ yeg4, tele, r A Three-Cornertd Contest. Springfield, Ohio, . Maroh 31 There is a three-cornered contest to- duy in the republican congressional Convention of tbe seventh Ohio dis trict, now represented at Washington by Hon. George W. . Wilson. There are three candidate!), ex-Senator T. ,), Pringle, George P. Fray and Walter L Weaver, the latter being a strong Keiior mac. . beveral of the county delegation are split, and as a result theffldmination will probably be thro to Colonel Orr, of Piqua, who is a 'warm friend of Governor Busbnell. The oohVention will also select dele. gates to St. Loui", and Alfred S KellY, the millionaire manufacturer and adherent of the Bushnell wing of the party, is pitted against ex-Speaker ueneral Warren Keifer. ;. -C, H. . Knickerbocker, brother of Bag. gageinan Knickerbocker, of Lai Vega.,has been nominated tor. oity engineer, up at' Trinidad. - On tbe repub!lon ticket, of I A ectlo'n foreman from Cerrllloe la ua der treat meat for rheumatltm at tbs La Vegas bospttfk . - . Bupt. J. E. Hurley and Stenographer Etter went norths tbls morning, on No, In specif! oar No, 105. Tbe mother of Mrs.' Jerry Qalnn, he night operator at Glorleta, went down to that mountain town, last night. . F. E. Sbellenbarger and twenty -five ex cursionists passed through Las Vegas for ualifornla polntsi last evening. ' Brakaman White la at the Las Vegas hospital with a spraiaet) ankle, be baving fallen off a box car, down at Albuquerque, Firemen Wooes, Bendler and . Binder. will leave Raton for Topeka, in a few days to be examined for promotions to the right side of tbe cab. . , President J. J. Hagerman," of the Peoos Valley railroad, came up from- tbe south, on tbe early morning traio, in bis special car, "Hesperla," accompanied by his wife and Director Otis, en routs for Colorado Springs. , Frank Trumbull, receiver of the tT. P.. Denver & Quit road, baa filed ia the dis triot clerk's offloe In La Venal a statement of tbe cash receipts sod df ibufsemen'.s for tbe instithv of February, 1899, showing balance on. hand, Mareh lit, of f3it,766.3ii; Itie again reported tbat the Atchison railway is to take oft its "flyer" between Chicago and Los Aneeles. The train is the most popular, as well as tbe fastest, over land express ia tbe world, but it is claimed tbat.lt will be abandoned On. May UU It is thought if tbe train is taken off, it will only b f or the summer months, when Califor nia ftaalajB. BH.W5W , . ; ON A TONKAOKiA8ISv '- , On April 1st tbe plan of rating Atchison engines by the number of or will be bllshed, and all freight engines will be rated on a tonnaze basis. This is tbe pur port of A circular Just issued by the gen eral superintendent's office, and means that in the future a freight train will slat, not of a stated number of care, but of fco many tons. - -Hats sheets have' been prepared showing tbe capacity of each -class of engines in cross tons over each section nf th ran ana caras snowing tne cross weights will oe auacnea to siae or loaded oars. After aprii ist an rretgbt trains on tbe Atchison system will be made up in accordance with um rate sneet. . 1 , '8 A. C'leojenta? proprietor .of thy. New Mexico planlDj mill, has just received aq assorted stock of building materials of all kinds and styles, which be offers for Sale at prices to,.olt " Hi. fmes. tie keeps on hand always, natlye and rydwood lumber, and sblDglji, hod gives eprclal etteutloa to builders aud contractors In want of building materials Coiner Seventh and Jackson street?, East Las Vegas. .Goods delivered tree of charge In tbe oity, 105 -tf . , - - J VfcHfo stock for SaWv'. The Las Vegas Mining and 'Prospeotlng company, Iheorporated under, tbe laws of the Territory; of Re Mexico, with capital stock ot ,isj3,00iono'w offers 6,000 shares of stock for sal at 25 cents per share. All in qalries shotdbe addressed to the preei dent o Bcfe.tiry. ', .-..-Wjfc E. CRiTst'' 4- lit ia v :-:n ',. ,, President., j THOaVByBLAUVBLT, Robt. L. M.Ross, First ..' Real Estate AlJD INSURANCE AGENTp National Bank, LAS VEGAS. NEW MEXICO. Prices to Eult tie Times, ; : V -Io trom $100 np.l SOLE. AGiENt' of ths Hill-site Town Co, addition,, and the Eldo . rrnio, Town ,$0 : lower s.ddit.'..n. i j ' JEFFERSON RAYNOLDS, President . . JOHN W. ZOlS.ceesldcnt. A.B, SMITH, Cashier, ' ''V.;,:r;''SMlni, Assistant Cashier; 1 ''..'.;. ' Residences; Business Properties, . .. Loans, Mortgages and Securities. Accounts Received Subject to Check. : interest. faid oriTime Deposita. -Secretary. 1 98-ml Kates to City of Mexico- . . LAsVbOas, N. SU , March ib, 1896. Round trlrVrates to City of Mexico, from Las; VegasV ; (06,70. (ioiDg limit, sixty days, with final return limit, of six months from data of sale. .? ' ' yRATXS.TpPHOBNIX. ' . Tourist rates to Phoenix,' Arlr. j "and rs, turn from Lai Vegas, $48.50. , Lisiits, fifteen days, In each dlrection, with, final limit of slxjnonths. ' ' " ' w t C. V. Jonbs, Agent, Feoptowisblnir to sell or bnv or unimproved real estate will do see Q. H. Hutchison & (Jo. Improved well 40 285tf ' .- .1 - Deslrabla Aore Properties ( Vaima under I ungatloB Ditches. Umce on , 20 FLOOH, TAlME OPERA HO HIE. I. US VEOAS. .... - w Douglas AT5. Butcher SI Fresh Butterlne, 'cheaper and better than creamery butter. Leaf lard, sausage and fresh meats every day. East a$;Ve Socorro, N. M: ... ... Successor to J.' 8. Klstbn, . - V:.V;;'XJ I h TkT X o q 1 'r Grocers 1 Ii'iO'i;, Wool .' Hides and Pelts I Glazing, Paper Uanginfj, Etc. Shop Opposite Express iOffice. TELEPHONE (57. - JOHN B. STILL, "" 'Contractor , . and Builder.-. Office pext door west of . Thb OptkJ. ch and Mining SuppliBH : . Fence .Wire, Nails, .; Picks and Shovels. ELASTINr GIANT POWDER. mmm, ni m i'y:;''r '"''. V: . :r ' ' OF LAS VEGAS; "". " . Capital , Paid in Surplus, 4)100,000. 50,000. :. ' -: OFFIOKB8S .. ".T,' -A -',.' ; DR. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President,' Kt x J, - , FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President. ' ; ',-"t;;-,: D. T. HOSKTNS, Cashier, . , .... ..V . F.B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier. rRTEflKST PAID OH T1MH DEPOSITS IJSI THE LAS VEGAS SAVINGS BANK. Hknbt Ookk, Pref : ' : H. W. Kkllt, Vice Pres. D. T. Hosbums, Trear. Paid up capital, $30,000. ' t9am.rour earnlnsrs Cv iSeDOsftlria: th?rrfn"MM r.ikVieiii au .k I they Will bring yon an luoomev Bvery dollar saved, Is two dollars made." ... "fo deposits reoelved of less than $1. "" Interest paid on all deposits of $9 and Over. - Wi 8. Williamson, a former book-keeper in Tax Optic office,! ssi4 to be succeeding finely at farming In tbe suburbs of Em- porla, Kansas, aod he is also fulfilling the scriptural injunction to multiply, and re plehish the earth. He sends to a friend in tbfrcltyipnotographs of his three little boys, navad and ageot 'reipectlvely Mule, Ave and one half years; Randolph, two and one-half years and Kenick;. jyfe year, and adds that he will one day have 1 plenty of help on the farm, without going outside Of the family, y -' ,? -a ., ..i. . . ' ... i .Rooting.1;; - -s "'.'X ,.. tar and gravel or steel. If preferred. CWt on-Irad CoohrsnT ZT lSTT it ' AIT. ROGERS, ' LAXB Or BOOKBS BB08. " Practical Horseshoer, Qeneral Blaoasmlthlnc, ' Wagon and A. C. SCHMIDT . I . Manufacturer of s Carriage Repairing, neatly --i. u ; " prompay aons K Clll JT O Q.C1 ' ATaST Q'ppostt Brpwne ft Uanunares Co., ' EAST tAS' VSGAS, NSW MEXICO CRITEO' ICuiTiagGs, -'Ad dealer iA-vTv Y - Dverjr kind ot wagon material on hand Horaeshpeinr and- repairing a ; specialty Grand and Mansanares Avenues, East La Hnayy Vsgas. Second Hand Store, O.S. ROGERS, i -FOR-; ains in Furniture, And Household Goods of all kinds. Next door to P. O , East Las. Vegas. ' Pfaotica Horse Shoe LAS VEGAS, M.J i TherNew Store Ros. 7, 8 and 8 Bridge street, ': bridge. - west and of, OF GENERAL l.lERi)HANDISr5 Wm. Malboeuf, Prop. . A. SEKECAL, Kanajsp ' Ladies' and Gents' -unocnvEAR ; At Half Price; Drcco Goods at Ooct Special attention given to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith- tng and woodwork. ... ; All 'work promptly done : and satisfaction guaranteed. .;. r ,. NEWMillinGry. r.lR?,L.HOLLENVAGER, a leader In tbls line of business, bas last re elver) tho first installment of BPRINO NOVELTIES. Ladies are Invited to call ipd examine. . .. . ; I 0r?5?al;ing Dc?2rt,ncr,t, . ' making a spevialtv of fine work. I, in pharge of Miss Hanlop. ilas. of Bullene. Moore a; p-norv's, of Kansas City) an adept in the art nf cutting, fittis; sr.i do ing fine work," Tbe patronage of lbs ladle. iMallolied, All work guaranteed. Priosi from up, - - " A large and complete line of fll'iilill Plows and Points , Kept constantly on hand, together with (tardea Hose, Wire Netting, Poultry and Fence Wire, STOVES, AND RANGES of every description. . J i Yotit patronage is solicited, at the " OliTowi Hardware Stored i ' KEW BTJILDINO,. :. ' ': . D..W1NTERNITZ. PLOWS, FARM TOOLS, and ail kinds "of ;, : gricultiirai Implementg. ' rVRM, RASS AND GARDEN SEED. PORTLAND CEMENT, i S ACME CEMENT PLASTER' '(. .... ..' . .''-''..-. . ' . -.41. B AIJST WAGONS. BVEfi RIIEMH & BRfjf WOOL DEALERS. 3olesal0; (3-rocersj LAS VEGAS N. M. ' ' ; The Dandy Wind Mill. None. Better. -' 5 '' - '' -i - KliROSErafltl GENERAL MERCHANDISE t r" ' UkiBtiT lfSa. i- - fT CO. :k t -js& The city, HOTEL -las gat, Haw Mezlew ; only first-class house in the Headquarters for stockmen, A. DUVAL. ; In Oharseof Cnlalne Hanrf...l' . 86o per meal; S6 per week. Tables suppitJ w,'h "Tithing the sarket affords. . MRS. 8; B. DAVIS Lessee: f iRoome by the day tor BOc to fl.OO.- b onth, Kanoh Ouppliea a otoltsr. aaaaewed free to all parts Of the oity. Call and examine our atoon nil . ,, fore purchasing, and oe wnvihded of burlbwprioes. . 19 i Complete line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on. hand. H ':': .'Z (Sttooessot to Coors Bros.) , f ' AND BKTAIt DXALIB DT Ai A, WISE, Hottry Public Established, 1881.- v aoaaax,!, j?y i Bizw-Mauoogiu aves.-, mast lot veew, S.M.-'-T-li Improved; tutPflftiBroved Lands and City Property tor Sale. Investment, fnada and attended to for Nonresidents. Titles examined, fiantanolleatad and T n.i . CARRIAGE REPOSITORY! Tbe finest line of Carriages, Boggle, Landau., Stirrers, Pbeetona and Road Cart. In th Southwest, of the best manufacture,, .., Livery and Feed Stables. V SRiDn ii ... rcs HiBDWiEE. LUBBER, SiSH, DOOBS, BUDS, iMISMS yw: :f JVf- rtiurii una ooit Uoan f ETS VEGAS,- .1 K NEW MEXICO! " TKIigPHQWK Ho. ggflooas dellverea free In ctty. i ; , AI: KINDS OH JOB PRINTING: Neatly and expedlUonsiy -exeeuted, and at a falrprice; at Thd Oftio office. 1 5 F6r 3o Yards of Fine Ml I BilR A. Corcoran, Dealer In Finest Gingham Manufactured; ;rsin SOUTH Cerrillos Hard and Soft- COAL Blossburg Coal. Etc." . Corner of Twelfth Streets. Telephone 47. and ' Lined a SIDE PLAZA. T FASHIONABLE Reasonable Prises. IOO'WAITt:;: S, KaO.BB, ... HESSKEII 911 Trine Ct, 4 "4 I'll- M. '-'. 1 .jvt . - .X.i '-. ... .. r: , H. .Jig , "A Hit ' Hi. - ' .-'(:( 4 .1 .