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KILLED BY MISTAKE
An American Tortured to Death
irT Cuba by the Blood
, .; Thiraty Spaniards. '
I Highest of all in Leavening Powers-Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Barbarism must stop
Senator Butler's Bill for the
Acceptance of Current-Legal
, Tender Funds. .
LATEST NEWS OF THE DAY
- . ' 1
Washington, D. C, April 1 Ap
pare6tly authentio report! from Cubu
stale that ' Dygart, the American, has
beea killed by Spaniards by horrible
torture, be being mistaken for a Cuban
4 ' Boiler Explosion. ' .' '
Cincinnati, Ohio, April 1. The
boiler In Fred Gravis' saw mill, near
Millford, exploded to-day, killing two
and badly- injuring three employes.
The Situation Qrave. ' : r
.'Andon, fcnglaod, April 1. Owing
to the gravity of the situation, the gov
- eminent is preparing; to send 5,000
troops Into Sou'.h Afrioa immediately.
Injured In Wreck. -
Pittsburg, Pa., April 1 Five per
sons were injured this mornibg in i
wreck on the West Pennsylvania road
near Freopori ; J. E. McKelvey prob
v ably fatally injured.
- Heavy Snow Storm.
Milwaukee, Wis., April 1 The
present snow storm is the worst that
has prevailedjn years. Drifts are ten
1 feet deep in northern Wisconsin, and
the railways are blockaded.
J V - Informed by Wire.
Washington, D. C, April I. Gov.
L. C. Hugbes, of Arizona, has been
lnjl,nnl.H hv tnlnirrjmh that ha hna
been removed and for bim to turn the
gubernatorial office over to Secretary
GctHftiK, Oklahoma, April 1
Carl Thomas, alias ''Diamond Point,"
notorious outlaw, was killed this
morning at Dover by Deputy Sheriff
" ' . Riobards, who thus secures $3,200 re
ward. ;, Smothered While Sleeping;. .
Nkw York, April J. Ten Italians,
three meli, lour women anu inree cnu.
1 dren, wet suffocated in a Brooklyn
tenement house by fire, this morning.
-JLjhe fire wjis in a ball-way, all escape
was cut off and all smothered while
sleeping. - '
" V-Mining Accident.
Vicron, Colo., April 1. W. E.
Caskey was killed, Joseph Wierand
seriously injured and Harry Stul)
slightly hurt by the explosion . of
twenty-two s icks of giant powder at
ae "hrie" mine, this morning, while
Thay Am Arrlvlnf In Chief, to Attend Their
Chicago, III.. April l.College re
publioans from all over the country are
beginning to arrive for toe DUO annual
convention of ' the Aoiciload college
league, and the indications are that
there will be more politico! enthusiasm
let loose in Steinway hall on Friday
morning than that temple of musio bas
tver seen-before. President , Yaugnan
opened headquarters at the Auditorium
hotel, this morninfir. and with the looal
members of the league is busy looking
after the reception and aooommidation
of the arriving collegian. Delegates
will be present from 150 colleges and
universities,' the sobools of the west be
ing particularly well represented.
sharp contest for the presidency of the
league is brewing, and a dozen candi
dales are already announced. .The
western colleges will insist on a west
em man for president, and as Cornell
Harvard and one or two other eastern
institutions are friendly to this project,
it is believed that it will be unanimous
ly carried through the convention.
is said the strongest western man
named is Charles B. Campbell, of the
Northwestern university, while tbe lead,
iog candidate mentioned in the east is
James Martin Hawkins, of Harvard
Oilier leading candidates in the field
are Grant Van Znt, of Minnesota un(
versitv. and V. D. MoWilliams, of
Tbe Annual Convention of the Organisation
Largely Attended. .
A Stop to Gold Contracts.
Washington, 1). C , April 1 Sena
tor Butler has. Introduced a bill in tbe
enate requiring the acceptance of cur
rent legal tender funds in payment of
rotes, bonds and private obligations,
"with the declared purpose of putting
a stop to tbe gold contracts.
1 he Zinc Box Mystery.
Chicago, Illinois, April 1 The
mysterious body in a box bas positively
been identified us that of Prosper Cha.
" zal, identification being made possible
by a phenomenon so rare in medical
annals that tbe occurrence nnder the
present circumstances is locked upon
by physicians as almost a miraole.
Damaged by Water.
Athen, Tenn., April 1 The great.
r portion of this town is under water,
nd it is still raining. Tbe damage is
already estimated at f 20,000. ,
MiDDLKSBom, Ky , April 1 Five
inane of rain have fallen within fifty
bouri and all streams are flooded to
great height. The railroad tracks are
destroyed and traffic is suspended.
' N Ittter-itato League.
Detroit, Juicb., April 1 The pro
moters of the new interstate league
formed at Jackeop last week, as a re
sult of a eplit in tbe Michigan league;
are in conference here to-day to com
plete their organization and arrange a
schedule. It has already betmdeelded
to open the season on May 4 th. A
Six clb!ircuit will probably be formed,
embracing the following cities: Fort
Wayno, Terra Haute, Toledo, Port
Huron, Saginaw and Jackson.
Ionia, Mich., April 1 Over 1,000
delegates from tbe various district
societies of the Young People's Christ
ian Endeavor, of Michigan, together
with a number of divines from tbe
urovlnoe of Ontatio, were present, to.
day, at tbe opening session of tbe an
nual convention of the organization,
and which was presided over by W.
H. S rong, of Djtroit. The conven
tion which will be in session for three
days, is being held at tbe First Metho.
dist church, and the reports to be pre
sented by tbe district officers will show
a great increase of membership and a
corresponding amount of enthusiasm in
tbe work during tbe past year.
Among those from the outside who
will address tbe convention before the
adjournment, are: i .Rev. Francis JC,
Clarke, D D , of Boston, the father of
the Endeavorers; Rev. J. C. Tolme, ot
Windsor, Got., and Charles . Hurl-
burt, of Philadelphia, tbe bead of tbe
Student Volunteer movement.
With one exception, alt of tbe eight
denominations which have ohurahss in
the oity have combined to give free
entertainment - to the delegates and
have borne tbeir share la the finanoia!
par: of tbe arrangements.
His Eighty-First Natal-Day
Observed by the Usua
THE APACHE INDIANS OUT
A Train on the St. Louis & San
Francisco Road Held Up
RHODE ISLAND ELECTION.
Berlin. April 1 To-day is ' the
eighty-first birthday of Frlnoe Bis
marck and, a dispatch from Fnedriobs-
ruhe states, that although be was aa
vised by Dr. Schweninger to remain as I ,eresU naitei
auiet as possible iu view of the nnoer
tain oondition of bis health, tbe vecer
able ex-chancellor stoutly insisted on
receiving in person the many deputa
tions and Individuals who came to offer
congratulations. To the remonstrances
of his physician and family, be simply
repeated the statement he made under
like oiroumstanoes last year, to tne
effect that all visitors must be allowed
to come, for, be added, "I cannot last
much longer, and they will help me
through these melancholy days.
The usual pilgrimage to toe House
Uuder tbe Elm", at Frledriobsruhe, is
going on to-day, the delegations dom
lag from this cur, as wen as irom
Hamburg, Bonn, Leipzig, Munich,
Frankfort on tbe Mam, Nurerabeig,
Bremen, Stuttgart, Chemnitz and other
places. The ' Iron Chancellor" re.
ceived in tbe large hall of bis residence
a delegation from eaon of the deputa
tions, with bim being Count Herbert
Bismarck and wire and bis son-in-law,
Count vn Ban'jjau, and wife, and
afterwards witnessed (row tba balcony
a procession of tns delegations.
To-night there win oe a nig torch
light prooesslon In tbe grounds of
Friedrlobsruhe, beaded by the Ham
burg delegation,' and following .which
Prince Bismarck is expected to make a
brief address. ' Simultaneously, there
will be torch-light processions and
banquets in a large number of cities,
towns and villages throughout the em
pire, and nonnres win ne ngntea on
tbe high hills and mountains.
The wires to irifcdricnsruue were
burdened to-day with dispatches of
congratulation. It is understood that
the emperor wrote a kindly letter of
reeting to the cx-chancellcr just be.
re starling on bis Mediterranean tout
Central freight arsoolatlon. This is in
accordance with the ag eenient reached
at tbe recent Chioago conference cf la.
terested lines, ' which provides - that
business going directly to the 'Ohio'
river and to points in tba south be con
trolled by a committee to be known as
tbe Ohio river committee, of the Cen
tral freight association. ' Tbis provia
ion was made to meet the objection of
the Monon, Chicago ft Eastern Illinois'
and Illinois Central to having their In
with those connecting
directly with the eastern trunk lines.
TRACK AND THAIN.
STEPHEN A. DOUQLAS.
The Son of An Illustrious Father to Remain In
, the West. - .
A Troublesome Controversy.
6t. Louis, Mo., April 1. The board
of arbitration which is to adjudicate
the controversy arising from the gen
eral dissatisfaction of tbe Texas rail
roads and coHon-sbippers over the ad
justment of export rates without regard
to tbe insurance of differentials, began
Its bearitg 1a this city, to-day. Tbe
board is composed of Vice president
Hewman, of the Chicago & Nortbwes -rtn
railroad ; Richard Lord and D. B.
JMorey, late general freight Agent of
the Illinois Central. The decision of
ftbe board will Anally dispose of an im
(porta nt and troublesome, controversy.
Washington, 1' C., April 1
Senutor Call bas rffdred a resolution,
directing tbe president to send an
adequate naval foron to Cuba to end
aba barbarism there; aid to protect
luief pan citiz is. TI e president is
directed to ro'ify Spaio that the United
fttates will forcibly Interfere, unless
se ouuibeiUs murders and outrages
Havana. Cuba, April i It is again
reported that General Gomez is dead.
J'.umors wf -tbis nature have been per
sistent! circulated, time after time,
V -s'"port aoi believed
Chicago, April 1. The shingle of
Stephen A. Douglas, who with each
succeeding year more resembles his
once famous father, the "Little Giant,"
of Illinois, still hangs outside of bis law
ollioe in the center of the city. Be
port had it, a few months ago. that
from to-day be would be a resident of
New York, and that bis shingle would
be found on tbe door-post of a big
uflice building in. lower Broadway,
preparatory to his-being taken op by
Tammany atid sent to congress from
one of tbe districts opon which it has a
cincb a move which would Involve
not only a change of residence but a
change of politics, inasmuch as the son
of democracy's idol duriog the years
of and following the war is a staunch
There is no question of tbe fact that
at tbe time publicity was given to bis
proposed move, Douglas was in earn
est concerning his intention to move
to the eastern metropolis bat since
that lime a "change has come over the
spirit of his dreams, and 'he has de
cided to remain in the western repub
lican fold, and trust tc luck and tardy
recognition of bis merits as a cam
paigner, wheel-horse and orator.
, ' .Letter List No. iv ' ,
- The following llst-of letters remains un
called lor In UoApottofflce at Las Vegas, N.
M., for the week ending March Slat, 1S!W.
Persons calling for these letters will
please say "Advertised":
Bundles, P. W.; Bane," Mrs. F. ; Domln
gus, Fautlna; Henara, Dlma; Pino, Felipe
Komero y; Komero, Florenclta Kara de:
Spauldlng, Harry ; Wessllng, A. G. ; Wilder,
arry; Wood, Mrs. Mary.
0. W.ALLItf, ti, M.
Tar and gravel or UeJv if
Call on Irad Cochran. .
WANTED-r A position on a ranch by man
and wife ot large 'experience on a
stock ranch. Enquire at Chaffln t Dun.
can's livery barn. 1V9-U
FOBKKNT Ntfely f'nrnlshed rooms, et
the residence of Wm. Malboeur.-lJfi-at
ITANTED Position as governess o com-
IT pamon. mil
travel r go into the
iima si. amun, ut
I7IOR 8LE Cheap for cash, a tiflly
! equipped restaurant, In Bland, N. M.
tar fu'ther Information rnlv
SUaw, Bland, N. M.
to B H
VV or lady to travel for rsliable ontahlUh.
ed buure. ealary S7H0, pnyable lis weekly
and expenses, situation permanent. Kef
erences. Enclose relf-ad'iressed. stamped
envelope. The Dominion Company, 818
Omaha Building, Chicago. ii got
ITTK MUST HAVR HELP.
TV and women J10 to
easy nome work.
We nar men
S18 oer went for
No books or nediillnir.
erttr-'ovment cuarant1. s. .1
stamp for work and particulars at Of .
HiliMANN A SEVHOUK, SIS 8oiatH Blmch
street, Philadelphia, Pa, 6-tf
uniig you weft i in. writ? JUcLN
i i they ro ft f
rBUtiiV A CO., Patent Attomor. Waviiikfitoa.
LL n fur ttl .! na-laiA rtrt- ' . W -aw
'f aw aytw VMVt
PKNT inree nnfurnlsbed rooms;
at too m vegas telo- bone
Murdered by Apaches. .
S ah Simow, Arizona, April 1.
Apache Indians killed Alfred Hands,
old settler, horribly mutilating bis
body and destroying bis dwelling. The
United States cavalry and cowboys are
In hot pursuit.
Train Held Up.
Lebanon, Mo., April 1. Tbe east
bound cannon ball train on the St.
Louis & San Francisco road was held
up by three masked men, this morning.
The express safe was blown open and
Its contents extracted. The passeng
ers were unmolested. Tbe amount of
tit' loss is unknown.
Voting In lined Island.
Providence, R. I , April 1. The
state elections in progress, to-day, are
devoid of any unusual interest. Re
turns received here up to noon indicate
that the republican state ticket, beaded
by Charles VV. Lippitt, the present
governor, will be elected by a sub
stantial mnj rity. Governor Llppitt's
opponent on the democratic ticket is
Col. George Littlrfidld.
A Bloodless Encounter,
Special Telegram to the Optio. - 1 '
Santa Fe, N. M , April 1 Tbis
morning, at ii o'clock, A. M sosa, a
newspaper man: and H. L. Ortiz, city
attorney, became involved in a quarrel
in the plaza, and when in full progress,
Q.t and skull, they were interrupted
by Policeman Ford, who bas charge of
tbe plaza, and driven out of there. Tbe
two antagonists went through tbe
plaza, west of the postofflce, but both
seemed to be satisfied with the blows!
that bad passed and were looking for
watch chains. . The trouble seems
to have risen from the fact that Sosa
wrote up Ortiz, some time ago. The
city marshal escorted them both away
from tbe battlefield.- - -
C. Crumpaoker, a local railroader, was
apprehended Jp (he old town, last evening,
on , tne charge of carrying concealed
weapons on his person. , . ,
Geo. L. Brooks, live stock agent for the
Atchison, was met at tbe Las Vegas depot,
st evening, by i A. La Rue, secretary ef
tbe New Meilnrj sanitary board. , ; ,.-v, '
Engineer Toomas Bourne, aho was
caught In the Shoemaker wreck, op the
road, a few months ago,, and who bas re
eaatly been visiting in Missouri, bas re
turoei to New Mxioo, but is yet unable
Forty Mexican laborers left for : Lamar,
Colo., last night, to enter the employ of the
Atchison company at that place. Tbey
will ba back In tims to vote at tbe Noveml
per election, of course. . Sot needed lu tbe
city election, yon fenow.
The If. M. & S. P. railway bar ftlsd
condemnation proceedings for switching
grounds, up at Raton, against YYm. f'ull,
bright, fo the oonfljoatlon of oertala
property In that town. A board df p.
pralaeri has been appointed la the persons
of Col. J, W. Dyn, Capt. O. W.Ctoo
and C. M. Blackwell, r
Miss Busle MoCabe, a sohool teache'r of
Milwaukee, Wis., who had been rosldipg
in Denver for several-months past (or the
teneflt of ber health, died in tbe drawing-
room of a Pullman car of tbe Atcbisoo
east-bound train No. 6, a short distance
west of Dodge City, the other morning,
At tbe time of her death, she was attended
,y bar sister. Miss M. MoCabe, and-Dr. J,
B. Burtellng, of Great Bendnd.
It is reported that tbe stop-over privi
lege Is soon to be abolished by the rail
roaas m tne east. JXot many years anoTH
traveler going any distance, could stop
over at every station. If be desired, on any
form of transportation, without paying i
pent tia fate. OJhe privilege was abused
scalpers got rich, revenues suffered, and
tbe practice was condemned as a nuisance
by tb railroad companies, Unlimited
tickets, which allowed stop. overs, or
wbloh a higher charge was made than for
the limits! continuous train tlokets, were
Commercial travelers are ' continuing;,
with slight progress, their efforts to induce
tbe railroads to Issue an interchangeable
o,000-mile book. - Tbey say they are will.
ing that all reasonable restrictions be
thrown around fe books to prevent scalp
ers from handling tnm. livery yeaf tbe
general passenger agents beponie more
and more opposed to tbe use of mile
age books, and tba proposition to abolish
all Interchangeable -mileage shows bow
tbe railroad oompanies feel regarding the
matter, The 6.0C0-mile book,' to be of use
to traveling men, would have to be good on
some of tbe short lines ai well as tbe large
systems. '- '.'
f. AC'lomcnts, proprietor, of the New
Mexico planing mill, bas jurt received an
assorted stock of building materials of all
kinds and styles, which be offers for sale
at prices to suit the times, lie keeps on
band always native and redwood lumber,
o4 Shingles, and gives special attention
to Bunders and .pQtraptorg In want of
cuiming materials Corner Seventh and
Jaoksoo streets, East Las Vegas. Goods
delivered free of charge to tbe oity, 106-tf
r . Mining Stock for 5als.
, Tbe Las Vegas Mining and Prospecting
eompuny, Incorporated under tbe laws of
the Territory of New Mexfco, with capital
stock ot H60.000, now offers 0,000 shares of
Stock for sale at 25 cents per share. All In
qnlries should be addressed to tbe pnesl
debt or seowtary. , Wm. E. Critics, 4
Thos. E. Blauvklt,
! i , . . Beorestary. .. OS ml
, . Rates to Citv of Mexico.
Las Vkoas, N. M., March 6:h, 1898.
found trip rates to CHy of Mexioo, from
Las Vegas, l&fl.YO. Going Jimit, sixty
days, with final return limit, of six months
from date of sale, .
, ; OATBS TO PHOKXIX.
Tourist rates to Phoenix, Arts., 'and re.
turn from Lai Vegas, $48.60. Limits,
fifteen days, In each direction, with final
limit of six months. ,
i f - C. F. Jones, Agent.
People wishing to sell or
unimproved real estate
see G. H. Hutchison & Co.
Robt. L. ffl, Ross,
AND IN8URAN0E AGENT.
Prices to Suit tie Times, ;
Lots from $100 up.
SOLE AGENT of the Hill-site
Town Co. addition, and tbe Eldo
rado Town Co. lower addition.
Residences, Business Properties,
Loans, Mortgages and Securities.
Desirable Acre Properties; Faims nnder
Irrigation Ditches. Office on
20 FLOOR, TAMME OPERA HOUSE, E. LAS VEGAS.
- LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
" JEFFERSON RArpfOLDS, President
JOHN W. ZOLLARS, Vice-President. A, B. SMITH, Chi.r.
P. . SMI rk, Assistant Cashier.
Accounts Keceived Subject to Check.
interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Douglas Aye, Butther .' Shop.
- Fresh Butterlne, cheaper and better
than creamery butter. - Leaf lard, sausage
and fresh meats everyday. . .
sra tjfHmcatPw w
Succassor to J. 8. Elston,
Hois anu Sign Painting:
Ultiftin, J?ftper Hftnglas, Etc,
JOHN R. STILL,
Office next door west of Tbi Ohio.)
East Las Vegas and Socorro. N. M.
Wool, Hides and Pelts.
rtancn and Mininp SunnliBa.
Fence Wire, Nails,
: . . Picks and Shovels.
BLASTING GIANT POWDER.
Judge H. S.Wooster and Barney Dailey,
ot East Las Vegas, and Dionioio Montolla,
of Rooiads, are named as witnesses for H.
H. Hunt in a homestead, entry ease that
will come up before the authorised county
officials on May 20th, 1896, '
Out of Existence.
Chicago, 111., April 1. The Chica
go and Ohio river traffic association
goes out of existence to-day and here
after wi'l form a component part of the
ni Hand Store
Barpijis In Furniture-
And Household Goods of ajl kinds.
Next door to P. O , East Lai Vegas. .
The New Store
Wm. Malboeuf, Prop.
A.X SEKECAL, Manager
Ladies' and Gents'
At Half Price.
Dress Goods at Cost
cs:,:e .:; ee coieeo.
CONTBACTOB ani BUILDER
Hanuf aotnrsr of
Sash and Doors, .-, . .
i ? Surfacing and Matching
and Office Corner ef Blanohard '-street and
.. - Grand avenue. '..'-
CAST US VEGA
" LAS VEGAS, N. M.J
Nos. T, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west end of
f i of at-ir-..
Special attention given to brand
ing irons, and general blacksmith
ing and woodwork. All work
promptly dona and
MR?. L. KOLLENWACER,
a leader In tbis line of business, has last
re eived the first inmtallment of SPRING
NOVELTIEii. Ladies are invited to call
A Dress-Making Department,
making a specialty of fine work. Is In
obarne of Mls Hanlon. ile of Bullene
Moore ft Emory's, of Kanaaa City) an
adept In tbe art of outting, fitting and do
ng fine work. Tb. p.trouage of lb. ladles
from Wop'1 worMwfMtt Wee.
MOM Bffl. PLOWS, FARM TOOLS,
Capital Paid in
OF LAS VEGAS.
1 , OFFIOKBSt
J)B. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President, .
:k FRANK SPBKGfilt, VloPwaidont.
D. T. HOSKLNS, Cashier.
F. B. JANUABY, Assistant Cashier.
' ): ET" INTEREST PAID OH TIMK DEPOSITS IJEM
bBNKT Gokb, Prea
H. W. Khilli Vice Pres.
D. Ti II os kins, Treas.
bAVlINUb BANK. Paid up capital, $30,000.
l3Sa'e your earnings by depositing them In the Lab Visas Bavihos Bask, where
tliey will bring yon an Income. ' Every dollar saved, Is two dollars made,"
No deposits received of less than $1.
Interest paid on all deposits of $6 and over. ''
A large and complete line of
.Plows and Point?
Kept constantly on hand, together with
Garden Hose, Wire Netting,
Poultry and Fence Wire,
STOVES AND, RANGES
J of every description.
Your patronage is solicited at the
Old Town Hardware Store, -
' NEW. BUILDING,
and ail kinds of
Agricultural Implementg. V -
FARM, GRASS AND GARDEN SEED.
PORTLAND CEMENT, .
ACME CEMENT PLASTER, ,
MM FDIEDLIAtl & DRO,
LAS VEGAS N. M.
828 & 328 Railroad Avenua,
Hanoli Siir 13113 fa a Qoeolaltv.
Goods delivered free to all parts of the city. Call and examine our stoas; ot
fore purchasing, and he ionvinoed of our low prioes.
'' J CompleW line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. -j
-I.es Tegas, Haw Mexlea.
the only first-class house in tin
city. Headquarters for stockmen.
In Chare.of Cnlslna namrtmuit Xtrntm.
86o per meal ; f6 per week. Tables suDDUed
witn everything the market affords.
MRS. S. B. DAVIS
3 lEooms by the day for Wo to $1.00; by
'month, $0 to $18. ,
(Successor to Coors Bros.)
WHOIJCSAia AND EKTAH, DSALIB
A. A. WISH, Notary Public. ' Established 18SL V .. F O. HOOSETT.
i WISE & HOQSETT, ,
LOANS AND REAL ESTATE,
' Sixth and Douglas Aves., East Las Vegw, N. M. '', . .
Improved and Unimproved Lands and City Property for sale. Investments m
attended to for Non-residents. Titles examined, Bents oolleoted and Taxes
HAfflWiE LHB1E, Siffii BQQBS. BIM, TABSI8HIS
. .Paints, Oil4 and Glass.
CerrillOs Hard and Soft CoaL
Th. Snut tin. or n.inn.. t.. .
Landaus, Stiireys, Phsstons' ana Road
Carts in th' Southwest, ot the best
Ldvery and Feed Stable..
BRIOri "Ii . " - VECig
EAST LAS VEGAS, -
nffiLKPHONE Ho. 80 Oooda deUverd free In city.
ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING
Neatly and expeditiously ereonted, and at a fair price, at Thk Optio office.
South Side Plaza.
n d i i tl i i i South Side Plaza.
Our Prioes as Low as The Lowest 'l,.
We pride ourselves in saying that we have
the Nicest Assortment of Ladies' Garments
Our Capes Are ,
In Reach of
; Everybody's Purse,
A beautilul pearl-handled Pen-knife ,
free with every enpe. ,
To day we opened an' elegant line
Ladies' WaLts of all kinds and descriptions.
Ko Trcolle to Show Our Goods.
Cerrlllos Hard and Soft
Blossburg Coal. Etc.
Corner of Twelfth and
Streets. Telephone 47.
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Late of Topewa, Kansas,
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