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BEST AVAILABLE COPY ..QUICK.. Ar given To all advertisers Who u. Are given o all advertisers DCTIIDIIO Tbeoolumnsof Wbo u.e uiLiunno THE OPTIO. i DCTIIDIfO Tbeoolumnsof Tin Ol'TlO. VOL XVII. EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, TntfttSDAY EVENING, APRIL 1890. NO. UJO ' ' ''. THESE TERRITORIES A Hot Debate on the Admission of New Mexico and Ari 1 " zona, To-Day, , , SOME GOLD SHIPMENTS Cullom are and McKlnley Forces nt Bitter War, In Illinois. JEFFERSON'S NATAL DAY Washington, D. C. April A bot debate occurred in the committee on Territories, to dsy, over the ad mis eion of Uuw Mexico and Arizona. The matter was taken up Jby barely one majority, congressman Charles F Jluft, of Ohio, (republican,) . spoke atiougly against the aJniissiou of four silver gt-nators at a crilioal period io our unanctai discussions, and asserted that 85 per cent, of tho people residing in me lerntones caunot road or write Fatal Accident. Valparaiso, Chill, April 2 Eight persons were killed and nine injured on the warship Iluascar" by the bursting of a steampipe. C ' By the River Route. Chicago, III., April 2 -An un known and well-dressed man suicided in this city to-day, in the presenoe ef an hundred peop'e, by jumping into the river from the Adams street bridge. : . Cold Shipment.. . New YottK, N Y , April 2. It I: expecttd that; gold shipments' (c Europe will be resumed, this week It is understood that 12,000,000 hive been already engaged for Saturday's steamer. ;.. ' No Clue. Lebakon, Mo , April 2. The Welle Fargo & Co express officials are with. out tne siigutest ciue as to the men Who robbed their oar at Ibis . place One man in this vicinity is strongly suspected, but no evidence can be found implicating him. On a High. Rochester, N, Y., April 2 The Genessee tiver at this point is higher (han it has been for twenty years. A portion of the city is fl oded and con siderable damage has been done in dif ferent parts. , Utica, N. Y April 2 Ice gorges . in the Mohawk river have caused inun- datioos in portions of the NdW York ..-.' Central tracks. Muilclan' Leaae. Philadelphia, Pa., April 2. See retary Jaoob Beck, of the national league of musicians, is Tn receipt Of numerous . communications from all sections, indicating that the annual Convention tf the league in Washing ton, ntxt week, will the largest and most important in the history of the organization. The membership ot the league embraces all the leading bands and niusioians in the country, and the organization is considered the strong est labor union outside the fold of the American federation of labor. Women' Congress. Nkw York, N. Y., April 2 A- dis patch from Paris states that fully 1,000 women, representing all the countries of Europe excepting Russia and Tur key, were present, to-day, at the in augural session of the great Inter national congress of women, for which preparations bavd been in progiess for nearly two years. The fundamental purpose of the congress, as announced at the opening session, is the agitation ot the question if equal rights for both a xes, and modifications of this bioad issue are selected as the topics for discussion, - . ' ' . Supreme Court Adjourn.. Washington, D. Cj, April 2. At the conclusion of to-day's session of the United Slates supreme court, Chief Justice Fuller announced a recess until Monday week, and consequently all eases on the docket, for next week, have b' en carried over until court re convenes. Owing to the brief period ,ci the recess, but few of the justices will avail themselves of the opportu nity to take a trip home, the majority choosing to defer their vacation until the final aij mrntnent ot the term, the latter part of next mo th. , The "Wicked Bible." Loudon, April 2 Three weeks ago, at an auction sale in Lincolnshire oi the library" and household effects of Hon. Fanner-Atkinson, formerly mem ber of parliament for Boston, a perfect copy of the famous "Wickid Bible" , went under the hammer fur $55. It is now announced that the purchaser has parted with his bargain to a well known and wealthy collector of curi osities at an advance of (4,300. The volume receives its peculiar name on account of the omission of tbe feegtk tise from tbe seventh commandment. It was printed in this oily by Ricbard Uaiker in 1031, and has changed hand tMit nine times during the io ervenirg 2G0 years. ! Rancorous Peeling. New York,. April 2. A dinpatoh from L'mdon siys: An interesting bit of goss-p is g"ing the rounds ot . the clubs la the iffect that the Princess o( Wales has given th queen to ur.dei atand ibat she will take no part In the approaching nuptials of Princess A'x andra of &ax-Colurg-Gotb and Prince Ernes, of Hobenloue, and that tier action in sending the ctslly wed ding gitlt to Coburg must not be con. etrued Other than perfunctory. Whether or not tha.fllory has any foundation In fu,e H is receiving wide .ublioa'ion, mnd tie people are (jnlok to credit it because of tbe well known di-like of tbe Pfiaeeis cf Wain for hr sister-in-law, tli J Duchess of Coburg, mother ot the prospective btlie, THOMAS JEFFERSON. HI. Natal Day Being Observed In Parts ti the Country. " Washington, V. C , April 2 Ao- cording to advioea reoelved by the demooratio congressional committee, the 163rd anniversary ot the birth ot Thomas Jefferson, third president of tbe United States, wbloh ooours to day, will be suitably observed by tbe demooratio organizations of many of the leading cities of the oountry. It Is noted however that the observance will not be as general as io many pre vlous years, a condition possibly due to tbe fact that a large number of spring munloipul clecli jus take plaoe witbin tbe week, and that the demoo raoy here and there bat too much po iitlcal work on Its hands to Rive mush time to festivity. Chicago, Illinois, April 3 The Iroquois club is the only local organi zation to celebrate tbe birthday of the patron saint of democracy. ' The dia. linguisbed pnblio men that have re tponded to toasts on similar' oooaslons in previous years, however, will to night be ODOspicuotts by their absence, and tbe speecbinaking will be confined to local leader.-) of tbe democracy. THOSE SANTA FE BONDS. The House Committee Accepts the Senate Amendment. Washington, I. C, April 2 The senate, in passing tbe bill approving certain aots ot tbe legislative assem bly 4 f New Mexioo, added an amend ment validating $172,000 of bonds and ' Indebtedness -. ot Santa Fe county, issued ' under : tbe refund- In; act. Tbe house Territories com mittee agreed to acoppt this pre vision, wi.b an amendment validating other bonds Issued by Santa Fe county under tbe act for tbe financial relief of counties and municipalities and bonds issued by Grant county and the town of Silver City. The pro posed amendment, accompanying the report, says It is in accord with the understanding reached by legal rep resentatives. la congress of the people affected by this legislation and tbe holders of bonds to be validated, and seems to be . based on . all existing A Cla.h Between Factions, CmcAao, III., April 2 .ludging from present Indications, and . wliiob are not likely to be materially changed, the state republican convention to be held in Springfield, three weeks hence, will be one of tbe most stormy on record, and alongside of which tba re. cent lively gathering ot the clans In New xork City and tbe rumpus of toe 'black and tans," at Austin, lexas, will be put into the ahado. As tbe date Set fur the convention approaches, tbe contest between lb dominant Chicago ring, at whose Instance Sen ator Cullom was persuaded to - enter the list as a 'favorite son" candidate for tbe presidential nomination, and the adherents of McKinley.ls becoming more bitter than ever, and there is now no possible hope of avoiding a clash of tbe two elements .in tbe convention, while a bolt of one or the other is not improbable. :'T : The Yale Team OH. . ' New Haven, Coon., April 2 Tbe Yale ball team left to-day for the south to be gone one week. The first stop will be Old Point Comfort, where it will meettbe Hampton team. After this game tbe Yale team will play two games with the University of north Carolina, one with tbe University of Virgitiia and one with tbe Hampton team. : Your Stomach. Disease elsewhere cannot be conquered, if your stomach does not do its work well. Macbeth mineral water is a certain cure for indigestion and other disorders of tbe, stomach. Begin In tbe proper manner to build up your system by drinking Macbe b water, fresh from tbe welt every morning, ; .': r -'..;'"' - . -':114-tf ..The Inmate of tbe county: jail who has been doing some loud , talking with bis mouth about dead men's bones, should be prevailed upon In loms way to disclose certain information that he is said to pos sets. These are times . wben Idle talk should not be Indulged Id to tba detriment of individuals and the community. The Optio bas been asked to publish an article setting forth some reasons why lit tle Doo Mllllgan should be elected mayor ot East Las Vegas ; also, several articles have been banded in tbat little Doe and bis adherents wou!d not like to see 1 print. All have been consigned, to tbe yawning waste basket. 'Bah for Olney I SPECIAL NOTICES. "IITANTED A girl for general house ork TT Appiy ac uoimeisier-s store. JS0-3t WiSTED-1 position on a ranch by man ' and Wife of large experience on a stock rencn. Knqu're at CbaQn 4 Dun can's livery barn 129 it FOR RENT Nlfely furnished rooms, at tbe residence ot Wm, Malboeuf.-126-at "1TAHTKD Position as governess or coin- TT pamon. will travel or o into the country. Address, Animas, Co'o. lillje si. mltn, Las FOR 8LK Cbrap tor cash, a fully equipped restaurant, In Bland, N. at. tar fu'tber Information apply to B H Shaw, Bland, N. il, loe-Jfit WANT KD. An honest , active gentleman or lady to travel for reliable establ loll ed home, raiery ?, payable lis weekly and expenses. Situation permanent. Ref erences. Enclose elf-Bdlre.8ed. stamped envelope. Tbe Dominion Company, 316 Omaha Building, Cnicago. 101 sot WE MUST HAVK HELP. We par men and women $10 to $18 per week for easy home work. No books or peddling. Steady employment guaranteed. Send stamp for work and particular, at once. H'KMANN A RKYttorjR, Hi South Sixth street, Philadelphia, Pa. 69-tf WANTED-AN IDEASJSg thing to patent t Protect yonr Mens : they may bring you wealth. Write JOHN WEDDKK- uiiiN uo., feient Attorneys, Waatungtoa, lur tueir sa,ow prize ouer. OOtt PENT. ihree unfurnished rooms; JD luquU's ai ids iaf Vfgas telei none . S-tf t8Cfi, MEXICO'S BIG SHOW This Was the Day Originally Set for the Opening of the Exposition. AN, EX-TREASURER SHOR The Insurgents Gala the Great est Victory Yet, Orer the Spaniards. SOME FIRES RECORDED City oy Mexico. Mexico, April 2. This was the data- originally set for tbe opening of the Mexican International exposition of arts and industries, and the main objeot of which Is to demon strate tbe fact that tba country has prospered enormously in tbe cevelop ment of its industries during the past quarter of a century. Owing, however to a -delay- in tbe erection of some of tbe buildings, the formal opening has been postponed until August or Sep- tember ntxt. . Tbe enterprise is nnder the adminls tration of a company of Mexicans and Americans, with a capital of f 600,000 and tbe exposition buildings, when eompleted, will oover an area Of 600 acres in the suburbs of tbe city. Not withstanding the postponement of the opening, however, tbe complimentary banquet to - President Diaz,' and of which 200 of the leading' merchants, manufacturers and bankers of the reign colonies - ot this oity are the hosts, will be given this evening as previously arranged. The function is intended as a token of special appre ciation of the protection that foreign industries have received during the Diaz administration, and this aoprecia tion will be emphasized by the presen tation to tbe president of a servioe of geld plate suitably inscribed and representing subscriptions aggregating 175,000.. Dluutreas Blaze. Orisk any Falls, N. Y , April 2. Tbe opera booae,nton school, a hotel, and a number of wuiuess bouses, burn ed here, to-day ; Jose, $40,000. A Treasurer's Stnrtage. Pittsburg, pa., April 2 .The short age of ex-City Attorney Moreland was increased to f 30,000 to-day by pew and startling revelations. Moreland is loose oo bail, which was readily fur obbed by bis relatives and friends. " An Insurgent Victory. 1 Havana, Cuba, April 2 The cities of Pinar Del Kio and iSanta Cara have been oaptured by the insurgents . and burned to the ground. Generals Pando and Valdez, commanders ot the garrisons in these cities, have been ordered to Spain In disgrace. This is tbe severest blow tne Spaniards have vet reoelved. " ' . ' A Town oa Fire.' '; Brunswick, Ga., April 2 An Im mense fire bas been raging at this plaoe since 1:30 o'olock,this afternoon, de stroying dock property and a vast amount of pitch rosin, which ' was stored there. Much valuable property Is threatened and can not possibly be s ived unless the wind changes. Tbe loss, already reaches f 250,000. , I TRACK AND TRAIN. , W. W. Arnold, relief agent, came down from Baton, last evening. . A party by tbe name of Davis, yester day, shipped a carload of apples from Maxwell City to Albuquerque. , M. W j more, of the railroad carpenter bop at San Marcial, left with his family for Topeka to reside permanently. " : : H.'B. Bartholomew and J. E. Mcln'yre, of tbe yard force, are on tbe sick list, their places being filled by C. Crompacker and Milo Wilcox. . . James Dun, chief civil engineer for the Atchison company, headquarters in Tope ka, went down the line, last evening, ae- eompanfed by bis secretary, C, l). Pindon. ; Engineer Oscar Frost, who has been at Gallup, "dead-headed" to Las Vegas, last evening. ' He will take a freight rua be tween tjilS city end Las Vegas. Albuquer que Citizen: ' . ' C. & & W. special car 400 was attached to last evening's No. 1 passenger train; containing L. W. Bowers, general counsel for that company, en route for Banta Fe, With a party ot friends. . -Tbe Atchison company will let several large grading contraots witbin the next thirty days, the most extensive being the work of raising tbe track from Socorro to San Antonio, and between Sooerro and Al- buquerque,i;iC.v W. A. Drake, formerly an Atchison di vision superintendent at La Junta, Colo., now connected with tbe Banta Fe, Prek- cott & Fboeutx road, was a passenger through Las Vegas for Phoenix, Arliona, last evening. . . . Agent Wile and Conductor Ryan, - who were discharged from tbe service of the The New Store - or- GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Wm. Malboeuf, Prop. A. t. SEKECAL, Kanagsr . Ladies' and Gents' -UNDERWEAR- At Half Price. Dress Goods at Cost . 0 C a E i!3 EE CifiiiL.bEO. Highest of all in Leavening ii Atobison, soma time ago, for Implication in a plan to defraud tbe company by tram-' porting several oar. of hay from tbe Cher okee strip to Wellington, free of charge, have been re-Instated. Conductor A.' M. Beat, wbo has been running west from Wlfislow, on tbe A, & P., sometimes on freight and again as first extra passenger, bas been made assistant trainmaster under Superintendent. De- nair and Perry, with office at Williams, Mr. Beal was for a time assoelated with Mr. Denair, at the Needles. ' ; j ' News Agent Cunningham, wbo bas been a patient at the Las Vegas railroad bos pltal since bis leg was Injured Id the wreck at Shoemaker, will leave for bis borne at Win field, Kansas, on tba morning train highly well pleased w Kb tbe treatment be bas received at the bands of Dr. E. B. Bbaw and bis able assistants. - Always tor Jamea Dobson. To the, Editor of the Optic. Las Vegas-,-N. M., April Sod, 1896. Your correspondent, ''New Mexican," In Tuesday afternoon's Issue, in support ot his position, quotes singly and alone, tbe name of J as. Dobson, among tbe macu. facturers of Philadelphia, as favoring tbe policy of the we.t. I bg permission to say, tbat in my estimation this was most unfortunate, as the representatives ot tbe farmers and pastorallsts of the United States, wbo have gone to Washington seek ing to secure legislation in the Interests ot tbe agricultural producers of tbe west, have invariably found Mr. Jas. Dobson In opposition. . ..;. f . The memorial to congress by our repre sentative, declares: "The MoKinley bill was much more protective than as finally passed. One of tbe modification, of ' tbe original bilj was made at the demand Of a few and only a few of the carpet . manu facturers . of Philadelphia." ; We may be sure Mr, Dubsoo was one of these, for to the certain knowledge of tbe writer, be was active in opposition to any iuoreaae of duty or correction ot abuses under the law, at all times. We learned he was a shrewd, sharp business man. nergetio and industrious, working early and late, but always for tbe Interests of r Jas. Dobson; and whatever he supported might safely be suspected, and wbafevw. ne urgea MUM sj.stiy t ctpcrra,l as lif- ttnlcal so the interests ot the wool-grower. Wben it was proposed to send a protest to the Dingley bill, one ot tbe Influential wool buyers' of Las Vegas opposed it, say ing: "Mr. Jas. Dobson favored the btil as the best the wool grower could get." In an article, published lately, we proved conclusively, Mr. Dobson in ibis, was true to bis instincts, and was working for Jas. Dobson, and as usual, at tbe expense of the wool pro we. ' Gao. H. Wallace. A. W. Foots left for South Bend, In- iapa, expecting to return - to this city roon and establish bis cigar factory here, He Is the manufacturer of tbe well known brand "Champion Favorite," of which Taa Optio was cleverly remembered, with a box." 'r ' ' '. To-morrow, tbe Friday before Easter, Good Friday," is bald sacred as the an nual commemoration of the crucifixion. This day has been observed from the earl iest ages of the Chilstian church as a day of rigid fast and solemn religions ceremo- ial. '.' .a , ' Go to CRITES' Store, FOB in Furniture, And Household Goods of all kinds. Next door to P. O , East Las Vegas. JOHN HILL, 1TBACT0E and BDIIBSB. . Manufacturer of V : , " Sash and Doors, .' ' Mouldings, .mi . . Scroll Sawing, ' Surfacing and Matching JlMtixxc: Mill and Office Corner ef Blanchard street and ,w Grand avenue. , , .,v EAST LAS VEGA . - . ' HEW HEX O.S. ROGERS, Practical Korse-Shoer, LAS VEGAS, N. M. Nos 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west and of .bridge.- , . - , : Special attention given to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith ing and woodwork. All work promptly done and satisfaction guaranteed. v N ew Millinery. MR3.1.H0LLENWACER, a leadr in this line of business, has jost received the flrft installment of SPRING NOVELTIES. Ladies are invited to call and examine. K Oress-Making Department, making a specialty of fine work. Is In charge of Mis. Hanlon. (W'e of Bullene, Moore Sc Emory 'a, of Kansas City) an adept in the art of cutting, fitting and do ing fine work. Tbe patrouage of the ladies Is solicited. All work guaranteed. Price, from $5.00 up. BGond Hand Power. - fcaltst V. S, Gov't Report 2J . U vVvvuu 8., k. demerits, proprietor of the New Mexico plaulug mill, has just received an assorted stock of building materials of all kinds, and styles, whiob he offers for sale at prices to suit the times. He keeps on band always native and redwood lumber and shingles, and gives special attention to builders and contractors In want of building uiaterlalH. Corner Seventh and Jackson street, East Las Vega. , Goods delivered tree of charge la tbe city, 106-tf Mining Stock for Sale. ' ." The Las Vegas Mining and Prospecting company, Incorporated under tbe laws of tbe Territory ot New Mexico, with caDltal stock of tloO,000, now offers 5,000 shares of stock for sale at 25 cents per share. All In qulries should be addressed' to the' presl denf or secretary. Wm. E. Cbites, -. '1 . f - ; President.: t Thos. E. Blauvelu, -,'--' ...Secretary, r 98 ml Rates to City of Mexico. LabVeOaS, N". M., March tb, 1806. Round trip rates to City of Mexioo, from Las Vegas 00.10. - Going limit, sixty days, with final return limit, of six months from date Of sale. - v. , r ,.' : "'; ; " bates to phoenix. -; Tourist rates to Phoenix, Arts., "and re turn from'' LaY ' Vegas', $43.60. Limits, fifteen days, in each direotiou, with float limit of six months. . ;;tf ' O. F Jones, Agent. . , - : People wishing to sell or buy Improved or unimproved real estate will do well to see O. a. Hutchison Sc Co. 286tf . OF LAS Capital Taid in Surplus, Si HIE NATIONAL BANK ' OFFIOBBSI DB. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President, , ' v.. FRANK SPRINGES, Vice-President. ' t 3 - - D. T. HOSKLNS, Cashier. . ; - s " V - - ' - F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier. A.' nrrEEKST paid oh timk itkposits Lta" -! ' " " . TTHP" tlENKi Goke, Presi a 1 1 IE . ' . HW. Kellt, Vice Pres.- LAS ' VEGAS D T: HosKD,s' Tre" SAVINGS BANK. Paid up capital, $30,000. ' ETave your earnings by depositing them in the Lab Vboas Bayihob Bake, where Utey will bring yon an income. Every dollar saved, Is two dollars made." , . No deposits reoelved of less than fl. V '; " r " Interest paid on all deposits of 6 and over. - ' ' ' A large and complete line of 1 itlll till Plows and Points Kept constantly 011 hand, together with Garden Hose, Wire Netting, Poultry and Fence Wire, V STOVES ANO RANGES of every description.-- -Your. patronage is solicited at the lid Town Hardware Store. NEW BUILDING, ' "-- ' 0. WINTERNITZ. ri. ROSENTHAL S 826 & 328 Railroad Avenue. DEALEB8 IN GENERAL JERGHANDISES Ranch Svit3rli3S-ci Qpoolnltxr. Qoodi delivered free to all parts of the'efty. Call and examine oar stosE ie tore purchasing, and be umvinoed of out low prices. ' t " , " r . Complete line ot Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. -M A. A. WISB; Notary Public, Established WISE & HOQSETT, v y LOANS AND REAL ESTATE," Sixth and Douglas Ares.', East Las Vegis, N. 1VL, ,: " '; Improved and IJh Improved Lands and City attsnaea ro lor rtonresiaents. Titles examined, Keats collected and Taxes paid. Rosenwald s, South Side Plaza.! Capes. Gapes. We pride ourselves in saying that we have the Nicest Assortment of Ladies' Garments in the city. "' ' " ; t , - y' Our Capes Are ' In Reach of Everybody's Purse. A heautiful pearl-handled Pen-knS(o free with every pape, l: I .: Li h Real Estate AMD INSURANCE ACEUT. Prices to Suit the Times, - Lots from $100 up. SOLE AGENT of the Hlll-slte Town Co. addition, and the Eldo rado Town Co. lower addition. Residences, Business Properties, Loans, Mortgages and Securities, Desirable Acre Properties; Faimt nnder Irrigation Ditches, omoe on . ' .. SO FtOOR, TAHMf OPERA HOUSE. E. IAS VEOAS, JK'EOTH, Douglas Ave, Butdier Shop. Fresh Butterlne, cheaper add better than creamery butter.' Leaf lard, sausage and fresh meat, every dj, , . . F. OAKLEY, Successorto J. 8. Elston, ... r it lie Glazing Paper Hanging, Etc. Shop Opposite Express Office.. -. . " TELEPHONE 67, JOHN R STILL, Contractor v and Builder. Office next door west of Tn Optio, : VEGA8. $100,000. 60,000. The Dandy Wind Mill. None Better. 1881. P.O. HOQSBTT. Property for sale. Investments mide and H CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. l The flnest line of Carriages, Buargles, If Landaus, Saireys, Phaetons and Boad ; Oarts In ths Sonthwest, of tbe best , manufacture I IilTery and Feed Stables. Hiori it - .t. ; vinai Our Prices as Low as The Lowest Ladies' WaLts GO. Prices First. National Bank, IAS VEGAS. NEW MEXICO. JEFFERSON RATNOLDS, President Ji JOHN W. ZOLLARS, Vice-President. A. B. SMITH, Cashier. F. N. Sill ru, Assistant Cashier. f Accounts Received Subject to Check. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. BriHioilHiifisCiiif East Las Vegas wholesale Wool Hides ' ' -' ', , :-"t- - ... .. ;. :- Ranch an Suppliesi Be-'wi Nails, ; ml. and Shovels. , BLASTING?! GIANT POWDER. , - ; and all kinds of Agricultural Implements. FARM, GRASS AND GARDEN SEED. PORTLAND CEMENT, 1 ACME CEMENT PLASTER, BAIN WAGONS. LIVER FRIEDCIAH & BOO, WOOL DEALERS. Wholesale Grocers LAS VEGAS N. M. - i w:r.ii,-i fir i , (Successor to WHOLESALE AMD HARDWAElS;' IDlfflEnVv SS Tpairita, Oil Cerrillos Hard ; ' ,' 'EASTLAS VEGAS;;;;-': , m ; TKLKPHONK Ho. 58 Oooda deUTerd ALL KINDS OF Neatly and expeditiously executed, and S, South Side Plaza. Rosenwald Waists. Waists. To day we opened an elegant- line, of of all kinds and descriptions. ,vTpjSuit The Times. h TrcssM3 to Show Our Goods. and Socorro, N. M. Grocers, and Pelts. fiinn TnniQ II I Ml 1 1(1 I IIIIP 11. PLAZA HOTEL Las T.cas, Mew Mezleni only first-class house in the ' Headquarters for stockmen,' A. DUVAL, In cbareeof Cuisine Danartmont. RaSax . 3So per meal ; $6 per week. Tables supplied wim everyimng toe market affords. MR8. S. B. DAVIS y Lessee: I (Booms by the day for 50c to SI. 00: bv ftnonth, $6 to $12. ' Coors Bros.) EST AIL DEALER IX DOOBS, BIJSBS," yAHBISKS and Glass. and Soft CoaL 7 - . new mexicoj free In elty. JOB PRINTING at a fair price, at The Optio office. A. Corcoran, Dealer In Cerrlllos Hard and COAL Blossburg Coal, Son Etc. Linoolo Corner of Twelfth Streets. Telephone 47. and TaTIOO WAIT, Late of Topea, Kansas, FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER Reasonable Prices. 912 Frince St.