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Thi Optic.
VOL XVII.
EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 9, 1890.
NO. 180
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..UUsUfV..: To all advertiser, i , A rrJ - '.A J A ,Y 1 ! f 1 f C . 1-.
FAVORABLE REPORT
I he House Committee Reports
in
Favor of New Mexico
Statehood Bi!!.
K' !
MR.THOS. B. REED OBJECTS
Fire Bugs Made Two Attempts,
Last Night, to Burn Savan
nah, Georgia.
BAD DYNAMITE ACCIDENT
Washington, D. 0
house committee on
, April 9 The
Territories bas
Vvoted, 6 to 4, Id favor of reporting the
1 pending bill for the ad mission of New
Mexico into tbe union. Tbe four op
ponents aie all gold bugs. The final
action of tbe house on the bill depends
Upon Speaker Tbos. li. Reed, who is
. (aid to be opposed to its passage. If
passed by the house, tbe senate is cer
tain to agree.
A PERSONAL TELEGRAM.
To the Editor of the Otitic.
Washington. D. C. April flth.
-11a. m Tbe bouse committee has
Just agreed to report favorably the
New Mexico statehood bill.
T. B, Catron.
. STILL ANOTHER.
' To the Editor of the Optic. -' .
Chicago, III., April 9, 1 :20 p. m.
By a VJto of 6 to 4, tbe bouse commit
tee on Territories f ivors the admission
to statehood of New Mexico. Con
gratulations on tbe result of The Op
tic' campaign. H M. Hunt,
of Hunt's News Bureau. . .
Winter Weather. ,
Milwaukee, Wis., April 9 Six
inches of wet snow haVd fallen, lo-dav.
all over northern Wisconsin.
Upper Stories Burn.
Chicago, Illinois, April 9. The
Schwartz block, on Madison street, lost
three of tbe upper floors by fire, this
morning. The loss is $100,000. -
Senator Morgan III. . -' -Washington,
D. C, April 9. Sen
ator Morgan, of Alabama, is very ill
with congestion of the liver, though his
condition is not considered critical,
this afternoon.
' Probably Not So.
. London, England, April 9 r It is ru
mored here to day that Cecil Rhodes,
who has been suffering with fever m
Matabeland, is dead. Tbe rumor is
disbelieved in official circles.
Died Together.
Salem, Mass., April 9. Josephine
Manning, dress-maker, and James
Fljnn, ber lover, were, found dead la a
burning house,- this morning, both
having been shot through the bead.
M'f', -: Wholesale Killing. . '
Codex, Utah, April 9 Five men
were killed by an explosion of dyna
mite in Ogden canon, last night. The
explosion was premature. It is ru
mored that others are buried in the de-
' !ri8. ."
.-. i : .
. : Incendiaries About.
Savannah, Georgia, April 9 Two
bold attempts were made, last night,
to burn valuable ' property in different
parts of this city. '. The indications are
that a gang of firebugs are operating
here. Publio feeling is aroused.
The Maybrlck Case. ' "'
Washinoton, I). C.j April 9 The
bouse committee on foreign affairs will
report a resolution asking tbe state
department for all papers in the case
of Mrs. Florence Maybriclc, who js im
prisoned in England f jr tbe alleged
murder of ber husband.
, v. El Faso, Texas, April 9 Minister
Fernando irts-l, of the national board
of public works, arrived here this
afternoon, from the City of Mexico, to
confer with the international boundary
commission now here, on the proposed
dam la the Rio Grande at this point. ;
A Nuptial Knot TtsaV.'
; New. York,' N,. Y., April 9 An
other international love affair culmi
nated -to-day with the marriage of
Miss Grace K. White, one of the lead
ing belles of Gotham society, to Mr. J.
Pieroy Mitchell, of London, England.
. 'The wedding was splemniz:d in 'Grace
church and was one of the most bril
liant events of the season. ..,--
-A TblraVTeraer, ' '
. York, N'eb., April 9.Tbe republi
can ' congressional convention of the
fourth Nebraska district to day re
Dominated Representative Eugene I.
fiaiotjr", o( Aurora, for a third term.
At the, ame time, the" convention ad
ministered a "rub'V.to the eongress
man for his advocacy of Senator Man
derson as sgainst McKmley, by in
trocting the delegates to St. Louis to
support tbe Ohio iuadr '
Tbe llllno's Millers.
Chicago, Illinois, April 9. The Ill
inois millers association is holding a
special meeting iere, to-dity, to pro.
test sgalost tbe attitude of tbe 'rail
roads in regard tp fl'Tur. shipmeDts
of tbe northwest. Tbey allege dis
crimination in favor of the Minneapo
lis millers, and unless the railroads
make a change of front the millers de
clare they will take the mattir before
the interstate commerce commission.
The Captured Presidency.
Washington, D C , April 9. Ac
cording to a delegate to the annual
convention of tha national republican
college league, recently teld Jn Cbi
Cgo, the capture of the presidency by
James M. l'erkljs, of Harvard, in spite
ct the fact that a mcjirity of the votes
l ad been pledged to JS. J. IKunlng, of
Visconsin, was due to a feeling of In
dignation on the part of some cf the
western delegites with the cavalier
treatmont nooorded tbe convention by
" ijie maoomv republican! of Chicago.
Ths Hotel Man.
1.08 AKOilks, Cal.,' April 9. .Fifty
thousand dollars is the princely purse
subscribed by the hotel men of uaii'
fornla for '.be entertalomeol of the
delegates to the seventeenth annual
convention of the hotel men's national
mutual benefit association, whioh opens
iii iiila City uu Tutjeun urSt. It will
be the largest assemblage of hotel
proprietors and managers that bas ever
taken place in this country. L.arg
delegations are now en route from New
York. Massachusetts and other New
England states, Washington and Penn
svlvania, and btg parties leave Chi
cazo, Indianapolis. Cincinnati and
other middle states to.motrow. i
Boston, Mass., April! 9 Tbe New
England delegates to the hotel men
convention at Los Angees left here at
10 o'clock this morning: on a special
palaoe train of six oars. A train pbysl
cian, . one newspaper ' correspondent
and an orchestra accompanied the
party. At Chiosgo, to-morrow after.
noon, tbe train will be united with the
New York and Chicago specials, -
Cooperative Congress. V ".'if
Topkka. Kas , April 9. The Inter
national oo operative congress, which
convened in this oity. to-day, was not
as lareelv attended as had been ex.
pected, though there is a fair attend
ance of delegates representing various
co operative societies and institutions
in Kansas, Missouri, Iowa and other
seotions of the country. The opening
session was called to order by Chair
man Wardell and the address of wel
come was delivered by Governor Mor
rill, who dUoussed .briefly the ad'
vantages of oo-operatipn "and the
orltrln and Growth of the movement in
tbe west. A temporary organization
was effected and tbe morning session
closed with the reading and discussion
of a paper on Progress of cO opera
tion in Anierioa," by Professor-Edward
W. Bemis, of Chicago. Upon re.
assembling- this afternoon, the con
gress listened to papers on "Building
and Loan Associations" . and Mu
niolpal Co-operation."
An Ovation.
London, England, April 9. The
Duke of York, heir presumptive to the
throne, accompanied by tbe Duobess
of York, received a great welcome at
Brighton, to day, on the occasion of
their visit in connection with the an
nual conference of the national union
of school teaohers. Business was gen
eraliy suspended, the decorations of
flags and bunting were -profuse and
several triumphal arches spanned the
streets. ' ; . '" ,"
This afternoon the ' Duke and
Duchess held a reception and received
a large number of well-filled purses in
behalf of the various charities asso
ciated with the union. . The organiza
tion was brought into existence, with
300 members, after the passing of
Mr. fyrster's national eduoation law
In 1870, and the membership now
stands at S5,00Qv -f .'
. , Presidential Ooaaip.
Chicago, Illinois, April 9. Tbe
friends of Colonel Morrison are again
greatly agitated lest tbe colonel's con
tinued silence in regard to bis views on
the money question . shall prove a
death-blow to his presidential aspira.
tions. All indications point to a mon
ster sound money demonstration upon
the occasion of Secretary Carlisle's
visit to Chicago, next week, and the
supporters of Colonel Morrison do not
particularly relish the idea of such a
demonstration in their favorite's own
bailiwick, coupled with the fact that
the secretary of tbe treasury is under
stood to be President Cleveland's
preference for the presidency.
OBKGGX PEMOCRATS.
Portland, Ore , April . 9 The
Oregon democratic convention organ
ized, to-day, and took a recess until
this afternoon. The resolutions will
declare for the free coinage of silver.
Oeorgla Will Be Represented.
Atlanta, Ga., April 9. Tbe state
convention called by Governor Atkin
son, two weeks ago, to devise ways
and means for having Georgia prop
erly represented af ' the proposed Chi-oagn-Soutbero
States fxposiilon, to be
held in Chicago,- this fall met to-day.
Delegates appointed by the! ' mayors of
tbe iearfing oitie?,'and a large number
of representatives of various commer
cial organizations of .. tbe state were
present, and great Interest wuS mani
fested In the enterprise. Ths conven
tion was (tailed to order by R. T. Nes
bit, state commissioner of agriculture,
and the principal address was deliv
ered by ex-United States Senator Pat
rick Walsh.. : After full discussion of
the subject of the call it was decided
that Georgia should be properly repre
sented at the exposition. f
' A, G. Mills, of Paertft da lnha, bas writ
ten to parties in th's city, to saoijfO for
Mm six goorfv sheep .her45x?-L.T.e' same
was attended to at ones, as thf jPn wsntr
ed wars easily obtainable,
C1IUATION wanted by a Swedish girl at
KJ Keneru uuusewura.
?n office.
Apply at Tb Or-
EOR RENT Varnished rooms, conven
ient to both towns; centrally located.
Ulre at The Optic office. lto-St
TTtOR
SALE. rum
8R
re ol four room
1 1A,1BA .(tAA1 Ann:
Hfon, Apply at 4U,
najOftiuajvyu -v a
11TANTED
A girl for gBneraTbdijsewor,
Apply at Hofinelater'S store.
"lITANTKD-PosI tion as governess or com-
TV pamon. win
travel or .go into tie
Time M.iSmttb, Las
country. Address,
Animas, Colo. .
T710R II ALE Cheap for cash.
fully
N. M.
JD equipped restaurant, In Bland
(or lunner iDtormauon apply
6haw, Bland, N.M. .
to B. H
108-26t
WE MUST HAVB HELP. We pay men
and women (10 to SIS per week for
honio wort. No book, or peddling.
Steady employment guaranteed. Bend
stamp for yfork hnd particular) at once.
HX.KMANN SEl HOUR, sis South sixth
ftraet, plilladelplija, Par lr" e-tf
VArJTED7ArnpEAI,r.
ohsrk urn z .
IlIhAVIIK,
B.-siig vou wesun, rite Ji
tWin JT4 Vf)., -atant Altor"
A 0-1 ff tlior tl, I'im k.
A ROYAL RECEPTION
Cardinal Sato! I i it Being Grandly
Entertained in St. Louis,
To-day.
SENATOR TILLMAN'S TOUR
The Ohio Legislature Protldes for
, Death by Electrocution After
July 1st. :
WRONG TRAIN HELD UP
St. Louis. Mo.. April 9. Tbe
visit of Cardinal fiatolli has made this
a red letter day for the Catholics of
St. Louis, and on tba other hand. His
Eminence bas cause to long remember
tbe royal entertainment aocorded nim
In this city. At 10 o'olock, this morn.
ing, Cardinal Satoill celebrated ponti
heal high mass in tbe presence of
congregation that literally paoked tbe
old cathedral, In spite of the faot that
admission could be bad only by special
invitation. Following the ceremonies
at tbe cathedral, Cardinal Satolli and
Archbishop Kain were driven to the
Kenrick seminary, where an elaborate
dinner was served. ' Two hundred
guests were present, inoluding all Of
the local Roman Catholio olergy and
many laymen of prominence.
Tba publio reception in honor of tils
Eminence, for which preparations have
been in progress for nearly three
months, will be held at the Marquette
club, this evening, and it is expected
tbe funotlon will surpass in magnitude
and brilliancy anything of tbe kind
ever seen in the west.
To Be Electrocuted.
Columbus. Ohio. April 9 Both
branches of ths state legislature hare
passed a law that capital punishment
by electricity shall be substituted for
hanging, after July 1st.
. .. . Tillman's Tear.
Washington, D. C , April 9 -Sen-
ator Tillman, of South Carolina, starts
on his western tonr, to-nicht. He ex
pects to reach Denver, on Tuesday
next, where extensive arrangements are
being made to welcome him. : "- A
.;, The Wrong T'- " '' ' -t:
St. Louis, Mo., April 9. An tin
successful attempt was made, last
night, to bold np tbe south-bound Iron
Mountain 4rain at God's Hill by fire
masked robbers, who turned the switch
and side-tracked an extra, and rode
away cursing. A posse of men are in
pursuit.
The Ohio Miner.
Columbus. Ohio. April 9. The an
nual convention of the Ohio Miners'
association assembled here, to-day.
with atuil representation from all the
mining sections of tba state. In his
annual, address, President Ratchford
reported that the association had made
gratifying progress the last year, both
numerically and financially ; the year
bad been a quia one so far as .serious
disputes between operators and em
ployes was concerned, and tbe outlook
for the minerg during -189$ was ex
ceedingly bright as a satisfactory scale
of wagu for the year bad been al
ready decided on. . . ' ' r
' A Benefit Performance.
New York, N. Y., April 9. The
Fifth Avenue theater was crowded, this
afternoon, upon the occasion of a ben
efit performance to provide funds for
the removal of the remains of the con
federate dead interred in Mount Hope
cemetery to tbe new lot upon which a
monument is in course of ereotion.
Joe J. fferson and a number of other
well-known aotors and actresses par
ticipated in the performance. The
monument, which bears tbe inscrip
tion! "To tbe memory of the heroic
dead of the confederate veterans of New
York," will probably be dedicated on
Decoration (lay. The oererrjmies will
be imposing, . Representative : union
sad confederate soldiers from all part's
of the country are to be invited, '
"A 'bealtb-seakar, who spught too late,'
iad ofi i'TXo. i, to-day, lust as tbe train ar-
rived In this city. . lie. was en route-from
Phot nix to Chicago, in company with biB
sister. As tbe train was already late,' bis
body was taken to Raton for embalming.
OF
CENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Wm. Malboeuf, Propj
Ladies' and Qents
-UN D E 17 VV E AR-
- At Half Price.
Dress Goods at Cost
co:,iE Af:o be rara.
The
New
Store
- Proprietor of the- t ,
itew Mexico Placing Mill
Has Just Received an Assorted Slock o!
BUILDING MATERIALS
Of all Kinds and Styles,
Vhjch )9 offers for sale at prices to suit the times. He keeps on hand
always, natiye and. rgdyoofj lumber, and shingles, end gives special at
tention to builders and contractors, in want of buildim materials, ftrwis
,,., .....
aeiivcrea irce 01 cnarge. in tne city.
Highest Of 11 la Loareaihg
U N
T
WILL OPEN FOR THB SEASON
Tbe Park Hotel at the La. Vegas Hot Springs,
New Mexico. ., J
This hotel will open for tbe season, Sun
day, April 12tlu 1886V Tbe house has been
re-fitted and. tarnished throughout with
new goods, new furniture, new beds, .new
dishes everything as bright as can ba.
Our table will be supplied with tbe very
best of everything, (Jar endeavor will be
to help all who coma to tbe springs td eta
Joy themselves. "Our first meal will be
ready for guests promptly at noon, next
Sunday.; We invite all. who wish dinner
at the springs to call and see ' us. " Rates,
$2.00 per dayj special rates by ths week
and to families. ' lias. Kati DENNfi,
130-8t '' '' - " Manager.
BU8INK63 rOINTKHS. "
' Walter Dearden, assayer and ohemist
lnniaaa, uoio.
For parties, concerts
and;
socials, rent
Rosenthal Bros1 ball.
60-s-tt
A meal of plenty, wall cooked and serv
ed, at the New Brunswick. 106-tf
Wall paper and picture mouldiogs, -all
new 181)8 patterns, at"H. O. Coora' 126tf
Mrs. E. M. McC addon ean accommodate
a few more table boarders at her residence
on Jaokson street. ; ' 136 3.
Hartman
Is agent for Wanamaker a
Brown and
Mill, ct Merrill, One tailor
made olothlDg
Bee samples at fiartman's
score.
For painting your house, Bbervin WU
. i
Hams' ready-mixed paint is tha best and
tbe cheapest, and for your walls, kalsom
inr, to be had at the old town hardware
store, new building; D. Wlnteruits, 126-ff
Just received, goods for the season: Gar-
dep tools, rubber and Cotton hose, sprink
lers, nossles, couplings, menders, eW.j
poultry netting and screen wire; ! prices
to suit tne times, at tl. u. Uoors'. illtc
Montezuma Restaurant
r Center St., Hast Las Vegas. . , . S
CHARLES WEIGttT, Prop'r.
Best Twenty-five Cent j
: Meals in Town.. . . . ., v
Tables supplied with everything, tbe mar
ket affords, patronage sojiol ted. -
Goto
CRITI-ir
-FOR-
in Furniture,
And Household Goods ofall kinds.
Nekt door to P. O., East La's Vegas,
WILLIAM BAASCH.
who la wllllna to etnnd or fall on his
- merits aa a baker, hae constantly ,
oneajeattha
LAS VEGAS BAKERY
; Opposite PostofflCe, West Side.
rBKaa BBIAD, OAK1I AWD PIUS
Speotai orders filled on abort notice.
JOHN R. STILL,
Contractor f '
and Builder.
Office next
. door west of Th" ' Omo,
Bnildin4r. i
O.S. ROGERS,
'radical Hofse-Shoer,
. LAS VEGAS, . UL.) ;
Nos. 7, 8 and B Bridge street, west end of
:. , bridge, ..
,,SpeciaI attention given to brand
ing irons, and general blacksmith;
ing and , woodwork. All work
promptly. don and satisfaction
guaranteed. r--)oj-; -.
Nbw Midinery.
MRS.LHOLLENVAOEB,
leader to this line of business, bas jnst
received the first installment of BPRLNGI
UOVElvTlKS. Ladies are Invited to OaU
and, examine .
A Dress-Making Department,
making a specialty of floe work, Is . in
charge of Miss Hanlon, (lata of Bullene,
Moore & Emory's, of Kansas City) an
adept in tbe art of cutting, fitting and do
ing fine work. The patronage of tbe ladies
Is solicited. , All work guaranteed. Price,
ft-om tS.oo up.
. . .
rower, tftt st U.S. Gov't Report
' ' '-' I . n I f ' ' I .
W- Letter List No. u. . ..'.V
Tl following list of letter, rematna un
called fjr in tl e i o tomce at Las Venus, N,
M., for the week ending April 7th, 189s.
Arsons calling for tliese letters will
pleaee say ' ' Ad vertlsed " :
Oasaus Fr.blo P. : Derrence, Pilar; Free,
man, O. Y ; MestttS, Telesfor (j) j Mclflnney,
W. T. : Montoyo, Hllirlo; Morales. Poncl
ana; Newell, Olyde; Homero, Franclsqulta;
; 0. W.AUM, P. u.
) ' ", m .
Letter List No. 38.
The following list or letters remains un
called for In the postoffice at East Las Ve
gaj, HJ M., for the week ending April
Sttif IBM. Persons calling for these letters
wll) please say "advertised"- . -
,Conklln, Jose: Hyatt, Ohas. N.; Serrano,
Luetanoi-Twltehell, Chas. L.
... Gko. X. GODI.D, P. M. '
V.;- ,y .mm ..
: Your Stomacb. ,.
(Disease elsewhere pannot be conquered,
9 your Bt6maoB does not do Its work well.
Macbeth mineral water is a certain cure
for' ndlgUoa and other disorder, of tbe
stomach. Begin in the proper manner to
fuild up your system by drinking Macbeth
Water, fresh from the well every morning.
At Roth', meat market, . lH-tf
, Rates (or CUy.oJ Mexico. .
LasVkoas, N. M., March Btb, 1896.
Round trip rates to City of Mexico, front
Las . Vegas, JHJ8.70. Oolog limit, sixty
days, with final return limit, of six months
from date of sale. ;: . $ ;:
j ' ' BATBS TO PH08NI.X.
' Tourist rates to Phoenia, Aria., and re-
tarn, from ' Lai Vegas, $48.60. Limits,
fifteen days, (n each direction, with final
limit of six months. V" -
tt .-' f . ... C. F. Jonsi, Agent.
07tA8
Capital Paid ill
Surplus,
DB. J, Mi CUNNINGHAM, President,
FRANK SPRINGER, Vioe-Presidont. - . . ' :
!' f . : D. T. HOSKTNS, Cashier.' 1 "
' ' F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier.
(3 INTEREST PAID) OH T1MB DEPOSITS JE
THE
LAS VEGAS
SAVINGS BANK.
SBTBave your earning, by depositing them
iu tiuMt jruu u iiicuiue. - nvery ooiiar aavea, 1. two aoiiars made,"
' " ; ' No deposits received of less than $1. "
Interest paid on all deposits of $S and over,
A large and complete line of
f J Plows and Points
fcept 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 Stors,
KEW BUILDING,
D. WINTERNITZ.
4 826 & 32dkaiirbaci Jieriu
GENERAL lYiERGHANDISE
Goods delivered free to ail parts of the cdty. Call and examine onr stooa pe
-rv,;Cf"j' fore purchasing, and be convinced ol our low prices. . .;.
fsF ' Complete line oi Cartridges and Ammunition always on hanyj3'NB(
A. A. WISE, Notary Public
Established
, - - ; - WISE & HOCJSETT,
IMTS AND BEAL ESTATE,
Improved and TJnlmproved Lands and Oity
attended to for Wan-realdents. Titlesxamined, Reats.oplleoted and Taxes paid., j
Ills s ii 1L.1
Roienwald's,!
5outh Side Plaza.
n Cap. Capes.
We pride ourselves in saying that we have
the Nicest. Assortment' of Ladies' tJarments in
the city. ' '
' Our Capes Are
u In Reach of ' "
Everybody's Purse.
A beautiful pearl-handled FfO-kfUfQ .
free with every cape. ...
Robt. L. M. Ross
Real Estate v
AND INSURANCE AGENT.
Price, to Suit tie Times,
Lots from f 100 np
SOLE I AGENT, of .the , Hill-site
Town Co. addition, and the Eldo
rado Town Co. lower addition..
Residences, Business Properties,
Loans, Mortgages and Securities.
Desirable Acre Properties; Faims under
irrigation uitones. . umoe on
SO FL30S, TAKMt OPERA H0U3E, E. LAS VE0AS
F. OAKLEY,
Successor to J, 6. KISton, ". .;
ifl Oinrn
v Glazing, Paper Hanging, Etc.
Shop 3 Opposite Express Office.
,'". ' "" TELEPHONE 67. ' "',Sf5"'v
JOHN HILL,
COHTEACTOH and BDILDEE
Mannf aotnrer of . J.
Sath-and Doors, - .
Mouldings, . " ,
. Scroll Sawing
V Surfacing and Matching
and Office Corner ef Blanfihard Street and
. , urana avenue, .
bast las Visa - kew kei -
VEGAS,
5)100,000
50,000
1 ' ; ' . A
- Hbstbt Gokb, Pres t
1 1 H. W. Kkllt, Vioe Pres.
D. T. H08KW8, Trens.
Paid up capital, $30,000.
in the Las VioaB Savibgs Bahk, where
The
Dandy
Wind
Mill. . .
None
Better
NTIIiiL & G
1881. "
P. O. HOGSETT.
Property for sale. Investments mde and
M CARRIAGE REPOSITORY.
. The flne.t line of Carriages. Buggies,
If Landaus, Siiireys, Phaetons and Road
Carts In tin Southwest, of the best
n manufacture
Il Ldvery and Feed Stablea. V
: IRIDri li " " ViSAI
igP'.M.
Car Prices as Low as The Lowest
Prices
First
National
iVESNEiV MEXICO.
; ; . JIIFFEBSOJI BAYNOLDS, President
j UIIN WV. pi.LARS, Vice-President. A. B. SMITH, Cashief,
..;';';"'.'".''' N. SMI fiit, Assistant Cashier. d
Accounts lleceivcd Subject to Check.
Interest iPaid on Time Deposits.
Bfiii Iiiffls Cmpi,
East Las Vegas
. )
Wholesale
Wool
Hides
Ranch and Mining Supplies,
Pence Wire, Nails,
. Picks and Shovels.
BLASTING I GIANT POWDER.
PLOWS, FARM TOOLS
and all kinds of
. Agricultural Implements, v
FARM, GRASS AND GARDEN SEED.
PORTLAND CEMENT,
. ACME CEMENT PLASTER,
BAIN WAGONS.
r.lYEfl FRIEDMAN &
WOOL DEALERS.
Wholesale Grocers?
LAS VEGAS N. M. .
vr; VTs city.
sbIssiZsCs'sbi CZsI
! -, ' -
(Suooessor to
WHOLKSAU AMD
hardware, ldebes, sm, '
. Faints Oil
Cerfillos Hard
BAST LAS VEGAS, i
TKIiKPHOSE Ko. 68 Goods deUvered
ALL KINDS OF
Neatly and expeditiously 'exeoutod, and
SRoihwald'Sj
South Side Plaza.
Waists. Waists.
To dy we 'opened, ariv ' elegant" line
Ladies.' VValits ofall kinds and descriptions.
of
To Suit
The Times.
Bank,
and Socorro. N. M.
Grocers,
and Pelts.
PLAZA HOTEL
Las Vegae, Hew Mexteo.
only first-class house in ; th
Headquarters for stockmen,
A. DUVAL.
In oharaeof Cuisine Denartment. Ttataai
860 per meal; J8 per week. Tables supplied
with everything the market affords.
MRS. S. B; DAVIS V
:?-'.'- .'. i Lessees
"Rooms bv the da for Mo to SI.OOi hv .
month,f6toU. . . i -
Coon Bros.)
RETAIL DXAXIB 01-
doors, bijhbs, tabnisses
and Glass.
and Soft Coal.
v - ,
NEW MEXICO)
tree In dty.
JOB PRINTING
at a fair price, at The Optic ofSoa. .
A. Corcoran,
Dealer in
Ccrrillos Hard and Son
GOAL
Blossburg Coal, Etc.
1 Corner of Twelfth
Streets. Telephone 47.
and Lincvln
I.I a mmm
Lata of Tope..a, Kanscs,
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER
EcasooaWo Prioei. 913 Prlnee g,

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