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THE DAILY OPTIC.
The People's Paper. Kjj SLsiico Has ilie rmcst Climate 11 tie Worm WINTERS .IDG COMPANY, laAZA. rnABMACY, (SuccsiBora to K. Q. Murphey ft Co.) WhoU3",:l. R.ua DRuaaisTs. Leading dru house In tha south went. OrOera solicited end prompt " iy filled. rresorlptlons a specialty. ' Fresh flruRS and purost chemicals, only, Used In our prescription department. Hole aisont for Las Vegas for th sale of the oolobrated MACBETH WATER. THURSDAY K v ENlNll, APRIL U. 1896. METI10POL1S MISCELLANY. J. Blohl, leading undertaker, 63tf Krosu Fish at Hay ward's market. It The New Bnioswiclc restaurant for an appetizing meal. 100-lf The Schuberts, to-morrow evening. Se cure your seats at once. Smoke tbe "Champion Favorite" olgar. Best ton-cent cigar in the city. 12t-l4t James Robblns Is preparing to open a tannery In connection with bis wool-washing plant. Put your apsre cash to work. Take a bare with tbe Mutual building and loan association. 138-tf Tbe Schubert mile quirtet will arrive on tbo evening train and take rooms at the Fiasa hotel. The Ramblers didn't get off for Mora, where they bold forth, this evening, till after noon, to-day. Contraotor John Hill has Mrs. Howell's residence far enough along for the plasterers to get to work in It. HI Jeff Riesz, tbe veteran cook at Wright's restaurant, Is laying off .on account of sickness, which, however, is not caused by old age. ' Tbe city's contract with tbe Agua Fura company has only eleven months more to run, before ezpirlDg by limitation. And then what? ' An advertisement for scaled proposals for furnishing the insane asylum with supplies, will appear in Inn OrTio, to morrow evening. Powers Gillespie, of Fort Bumner, col lected a debt of $10 in rather a rough manner, this morning, and paid tbe court $13 for the fun ho had. Bell Brooks, the Western Union messen ger boy, has embarked in the poultry busi ness, and set bis incubator to going with 100 eggB, last evening. R. C. Rhodes, whose home is in West Virginia, and who has lately been visiting tbe 1 Porvenir resort, is pow being oared for at the ladies' Home. Edward Henry is in return from Bocorro, where he left $2,180 with Estevan Baca, who sustained a loss by tbe burning of his general merchandise store, down there. W. H. Gamer, tbo Mora attorney, was arrested, this morning, in the old town, by J. R. Trujillo, a deputy sheriff of Mora county, on the charge of carrying con cealed weapons. F. A. Knickerbocker and Col. W. H. Seewald each celebrate their sixtieth birth day, to-day. In former years they cele brated this great event In their lives to gether and in tbe then popular style. There are at present thirteen patients at the ladies' Home, which-worthy Insti tution is again iu charge of Mrs. M. E. James, tbo former matron, whose place was exceedingly bard to fill, it seems. Johnny Booth, tbe affable but not ava ricious back driver, was married to Miss Marcelina Romero, last evening, by Rev. Norman Bkinner. Tbe young lady has been making her home with Mrs. Bloom for some months. The reception to tbe Schubert quintette concert company will be given at Prof. Hand's rooms, immediately after tbe en tertainment, Friday evening. . Street cars and carriages will be on band to convey tbe guests from the opera house.. Tbe wife of Meliton Lucero complained before Judge H. S. Wooster, this morning, that her husband bad treated her harshly and even brutally, and to prevent further mistreatment, bis honor placed Lucero under $500 bonds to keep the peace. Mrs. Hogue, tbe hopeless Invalid who left this city for her Illinois home, some days ago, accompanied by ber sister-in- law, was met by ber husband at Kansas City, she dying on tbe train at Streator, 111., only a short distance from ber home town. The called meeting of the Political Sol ence Study club, for Monday last, was for tbe consideration and planniog .of an en tertainment to be given at an early date. Las Vegans may be prepared for some thing especially choice and Interesting from this newly-organized club. Tbe Schubert quartette is known all over tbe country as an ideal male quartette. Years of singing together have resulted in perfect tone-blending, and those who at tend tbe concert at tbe Tamme opera house, to-morrow evening, may expect to be entranced by sweet music for a couple of hours. Tbe Park hotel at the hot springs will be opened on next Sunday at dinner, by Mrs. Kate Dennis, formerly of Weir City, Kan sas. The hotel has been thoroughly re fitted and re-furnished throughout, and is now Indeed an invitiog stopping place that promises to be well patronized alike by borne peoplo and those from abroad. Pat F. Garrett, acting sheriff of Dona Ana county, arrived in the city from Las Cruces, this morning, bringing a patient up to the insane asylum in tbe person of Paris Casad. In conversation with an Optio reporter at the Plaza hotel, to-day, Mr. Garrett frankly stated that there Is absolutely no evidenoe yet at band as to the probable murderers of Col. A. J. Fountain and little son, tboogh every clue had been run to tbe earth. There are hopes of getting tbe right parties, some day, but there must be new developments pefore tbe officers will even know which way to look for tbe redpanded, omrderera, No one cnu gainsay that there Is a foel lug of conll lenoe In Las Vegas In tbe ftur n-perlty of the Hematite mining district, which is located la the northern part of the Territory. Many look upon It as tbe coming Cnppl Creak of New Mex ico. Bo far as The Optio knows, there has not been a ilnglt man who baa visited this camp, who has retnrntd with an unfavor able report, or, In fact, who bar not re turned with very flattering reports. Boms of thou wbo are la a position to learn which way the straws ar blowing, claim that In tbe next four months more than 1,000 people will locate In tbe Hematite dlstriot. Tha title to tbe land, up tbore, la undisputed and the Maxwell land grant company Is exceedingly liberal In their terms with locators, even making better terms than can be made with tbe, govern ment. ' i Thk Optio has arranged for a regular weekly correspondence from tbe Hematite uUtrlct will furnish ilm readers with tbe plain, onexaggerated truth. .The faith of tbe "Surprise" mine owners grows stronger with each passing day. , Tbe ooal mine out near Trout springs Is showing up better and better, as tbe work of development proceeds. Statehood means foreign capital tj de velop New Mexico's mines, and this capital will not be unwisely placed, either. ' " A regular camp has been established out near Mineral Hill, this county, composed largely of men who have crossed tbe main range from Santa Fe. The Las Vegas mining and prospecting oompany expect to have a report on their recent mill run, made from their Lake Valley mines, recently. There Is always a calm just before storm, and tha lull in business, now, may be tbe forerunner of better times. Tbe mining Interests will yet prove to be the salvation of New Mexico. The Matilda mining company, which has one of the most promising properties In tbe Hematite district, began work in ear nest, Monday last, and will get out a mill run as soon as a few feet more in depth is reached. . D. C. Winters has some fine samples of sulphur, alum, aspbaltum and onyx, all of wbicb came from different places lo San Miguel county. A number of . inquiries have been received by him from Chicago, in answer to an advertisement be had in serted in tbe newspapers. Don Lorenzo Lopez is down about eighty feet in the old Spanish mine, iu tbe vicin ity of Anton Cbico, and tbe "finds" are very interesting, though nothing valuable lias been reported yet. There is every reason to believe, however, thaf this will prove a valuable property. COURT MATTERS. ifeceisitas tat lex ttmpor'u et loci. Necessity is the law of a particular time and place. About twenty tax suits have been Sled In tbe district court. H. E. Byers, of Watrous, drew $ 12.80, witness tee in the case against Jose Valdez, up there. , A witness' certificate for $1.50 awaits Rev. James H, Defouri at the district clerk's office. The witnesses from Rociada In some U. S. cases were allowed $12 apiece for at tendance at court. Gabriel Vigil will be tried in the U. S, court, on the 19th, for a violation of the sixth commandment. Tomas Marquez will have a bearing on tbe 18:h for his ignorance of, or indiffer ence to, an United States statute. 'the trial of tbe Dennis boys, who are ac cused of fetching infected cattle into the Territory, has gone over till the 14th Inst. Byron T. Mills, tbe brand new attorney, entered an appearance in court for F. E, Stevens, against whom a U. S. offense docketed. . In the case of W. C. Leonard vs. II. L, Ortiz, assumpsit, in the Albuquerque oonrt, ueiauu ior raiiure or aeienaant to appear and final Judgment entered for $341. In tbe case of Louisa Voss,wbo is held as a witness against the Blossburg postofSce robbery, an allowance has been made of $1 per day for sl53 days by the presiding judge. in tbe U. S. case No. 523, Judge H. 8. Wooster was banded a certificate of al lowance for $2.10, for unbosoming himself of that of which be was possessed abont the matter. . Luis A. C. de Baca is expected over from union county to testify in a case or two before tbe U. S. grand Jury; likewise, Juan Tixie, of Clayton, that county, and llr. John C. alack, register of the land of flee, over there, . Mrs. Minnie Parks.of Raton, has applied in tbe district oourt for Colfax couuty, for a legal separation from her husband, George Parks, on tbe ground of desertion. Tbe last known residence of the party de fendant was Flint, Michigan. It is understood that a compromise may be agreed upon in the case against C. A. Moore, of Conneaut, Ohio, who made fraudulent nse of the U. S. mails in solicit log small subscriptions to aid in tbe main tenance of a mythical railroad man. Certain property and moneys of Michael T. Kean, the Masonio temple contractor, nave been attached by tbe San Miguel na tional banc to secure the payment of a certain promissory note and . accrued in terests and costs, amounting to $043. The testimony In tbe Duncan Tamme case, for the appointment of a receiver for the opera house, has beeb taken before Royal A.' Prentice, special examiner, and It was thought that the arguments would be made before Judge Smith, to-day. A plea of "guilty" was entered by Al Ired K. Hawkins, this morning, to the charge preferred against him of unlaw fully cutting government timber. He was sentenced by Judge Smith to one day's easy confinement in the ponnty jail and to pay a fine of $25 and tbe court trimmings. In the case of J. W. Schofield, receiver of tbe Albuquerque national bank vs. the Nlgrita cattle oompany et al., the final re port of Receiver Smith of . the, company, was filed and the amount in his hands dis persed' upon Order of tbe oourt at Al buquerque to tbe parties entitled to tbe same. Judge Thos. Smith has signed an order of court releasing one Ricardo Lopez from tbe Mora jail, on bis own recognizance, to await the action of the grand jury. The complaint against the man is that be ob tained $1 50 under false pretenses. His keeping was a useless expense to the tax payers of that county. Have you laid io a supply of Bolter, before the price a8ceu.di, Manuel Lopea went up to Watrous, tula morning. . T. T. Mitchell, of Union county, waa In town, to-day. Ralph E. Twltobell departed fbr Santa Fe, laat evening, ' Mrs. John Hill la visiting friends and rel ative at Clinton, Mo. 8. Franktnthal will leave for Puerto de Luna, early In tbe morning. John O.' Plank, Jr., is at boms from Chicago, where be ha bean attending school. ',' j. A, Woicott and wif, of Elizabeth, town, were registered at tbe Central hotel, yesterday. A. M. Bergete and wife were passengers for their Los Lurias home, front Chicago, last evening. W. E. Torrens ' boarded the afternoon train for New York, probably to return at no distant day. . - Pedro Montoya Is in town from Jara- mlllo. to-day: Aeanlto Abeytla, from Puerto da Luna. u Hermann Ilfeld. grips in hand, boarded tbe south -bound train, this' morning, with business In his eye. . . ' ; Rev. J. A. Menaul and Rev. F. 8. Ben- net were passenger for Albuquerque from Santa Fe, last night. A. M. Johnson, John O. Plank and John O. Plank, Jr., are on a hunting expedition in Cherry valley, to-day. -y, Mlsa Ada Fitting Is a lata arrival from Dexter, Iowa, on a visit to her sister-in- law, wbo Is In ill-health. . .-. Powers Gillespie Is up from the vicinity of Ft, Bumber to make proper application for a land eatry( down in that section, W. S. Hopewell, 6f Hlllsboro, and W, B. Pope, of Santa Fe, lawyers, .left respect' Ively for Albuquerque and Santa Fe, last evening. -.a': I1 Gov. O. A. Hadley, of Tlptonville, has gone over to Santa Fe to attend a reg ular meeting of the Territorial peniten tiary board. " ; C. H. Mills,' son of Senator Roger Q. Mills, of Texas, was a passenger for Wash ington from the Pacific coast, on the early morning train. . ,,. Col.' Marcus Brunswick', and" A. E. Bourne are back from a. trip: down the Pecos, whither they- went to look at a bunch of cattle. . ..... ., . : Dionlcidi Martinez, county commissioner, and Patricio Gonzales, probate clerk, have gone out to Manuelttas, 'probably ' in tbe futile endeavor to amicably settle road dispute, out there.- ' 1 ' ; . Alfred Kleppinger, of Chicago,' and Clark Baker, of Oberlin, Obio, who take their meals at Mrs. McCaddon's, on Jack son street, leave for Hermit's peak, on a tenting trip, to-morrow, in company with A. P. Buck. ... . . , ; ; I Col. Wm. H. Sinclair, Galveston, Tex. Miss Mary H. Wright and maid, PhiladeJ phia, Pa.; Rev. T- H. White and wife, London, England; C. H. Hildretb and wife, Chicago; C. P. Oppepbeimer and wife, Berlin, Germany, are now registered at the Mountain house, hot springs. W. M. Corwin, Newark; Manuel Lopez, Watrous; P. F. Garrett, Las Cruces; H. M. Murphy, J.. W. O'Keefe, Denver; Miss Frances Hughes, Samuel K. Battle, Frank K. Johnson, G. Rawson Wader Frank C Holliston and wife, of Chicago, members of tbe Schubert company, are guests of the Plaza hotel. . . .;..; - An Oversight. In the hurry of assorting ' 'copy" at tbe last moment, yesterday afternoon, tbe vote for members of tbe school board from wards Nos. 8. and 4 wa) unintentionally omitted from Tub Optic's otherwise eplen did, illustrated account of Tuesday's city election, at which the pops and the demo crafs combined succeeded in getting away with one republican on tbe ticket, only. -Below Is the emitted vote, and Th Op tic begs pardon for tbe sin of omission : , THIBD WARD, s ! :' J. M. D. Howard 92 T.U. alernln it Howard's majority M Last year, H. W. Kelly carried this ward against Mr. Hernia by a majority of 51 votes. Edward Henry, (republican,) was eleoted over A. L. Angel, (democrat), by majority of 09 votes. " . ... s ..f v FOURTH WARS. , ;vvr; . J. A. Carruth. .........".... 93 R. J. Hamilton n Carrutb's majority.............. ........ M Last year, Mr. Crruth csrried this ward over Judge E. V, Long by a majority of 8 votes. C. V. Hedpecock. (republican,) was elected over Dr. F. H. Atkins by a major ity of one vote. "-''.'-' "''J lr' ' ' High School Notes. The enrollment for tbe month of March was fifty taore than, it was for March of last year; but the number of cases of tardiness was 84 per cent. less. Greater advancement has been made In many studies daring the present year than ever before. This advancement is especially marked in writing and drawing. . An exhibit of writing and drawing, will be given in the sixth grade room at the city building, Friday, April 10th, from 12 o'clock (noon) to 6 o'clock p. m. Parents and friends are especially invited to, go J ana examine tne work - at any time, be tween the hours namSd. j ' ;' i, 1 ' Following is the program of the Demos- thones literary society of the high school, to-morrow afternood' at 8 o'olock: ; 1 Declamations, Tom Ward and Carrie Wean; esiays, Pearl Wean and lemrcia Farr; paper. Marion Winters. Debate: "Resolved, That physiology is a more beneficial study than history." At nrmative, Maggie Wertz and Nellie Wim- ber; negative, William Woods and Paxton Woods. Visitors are always welcome. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, DELr SNG: MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crane Cream of Tartar Powder. Free frfltn AmmnnjV Alim, ai n kIIim aitultimiKl I 49 YEARS THE STANDARD, -' mm EM I OUr Leaders i COLTONS Seiect v Flavors. I Pure Delicious Pure Delicious Extracts. CHASE & SANBORN'S Teas and Coffees. Finest Grown, CLUB HOUSE BRAND Canned Goods. Superior Quality. These goods for only, by sale, GRAAF & BOWLES, TRACK AND TKAIN.' ' Bpeclal car 99, of the ' A.' &' P., was at tached to No. 8, tbls morning. F W. Willard, a superintendent of coal properties for tbe Atohiaon, was, en route for Cerrlllos, on last evening' train, D. W, Hitchcock, of the, mechanical de partment of tbe Atchison, passed through Las Vegas for San Marciai, last evening, The hospital team ran away, arly tbls morning, with A.Buchanan and A. Harvey In the wagon. Tbe latter received a sprained ankle. - - " ! Mrs. Lowe, the consort of s railway ujk nate, passed through for California, last evening, traveling in luxuriant style in a Mexican Central special car. A lias Vegas engineer is said to be Inter ested in tbe Albuquerque building and loan association to tbe amount of $50,(100, which healthy sum be will draw out of the insti tution in about two years, no preventing providence. '"-''' , A town-site outfit left Trinidad, the otb r day, for tbe Baldy mining district, where a town site will be laid out and the Atchi son road will boom it. Several rumors are afloat to tbe effect that tbe. Atchison ex pects to build a spur into the Baldy dis trlct, leaving the main line at Maxwel) City. " , f.., . ' Seven employes of the auditor of freight receipts office, of the Atchison," who were affected by tbe cut in the work of that office, left the service of the company, in Topeka. Of this number, five were em ployed on statistical work, and two, Uharles Drew ana Geo. Anderson, were employes of tbe claim department. Tbe questions of granting balf-rates on railroads to furlougbed soldiers will be passed upon at the next regular meeting of the western passenger association, which takes place in April, and there appears to be but little doubt that tbis scheme will be favorably considered, for most, if not all, of the representatives of the various rail way companies In that association" have expressed themselves as being in favor of granting tbis concession to tbe enlisted men. . A new order affecting the duties of brakemen, engineers and firemen has gone Into effect on tbe Atchison at Wellington Formerly, it has been tbe rule for the round house hostlers to bring engines from the round house to tbe union depot and there place them io charge of the engine men. By the recent order it made it com pulsory for both engineer and' fireman to take charge of tbe engine at the round house, take it to tbe depot, and after a run Is made, to continue in charge until th.e engine Is stalled in the round bouse.' ' The Atchison company will shortly, com- mence the work of drilling three deep wells on their main line, at Kinsley and Lakln, Kansas, and Lamar, Colo. The Kinsley well will be 800 feet deep, and the wells at Lakln and Lamar will reach a depth of 500 feet each. These wells are be ing drilled pn account of the alkaline qual ity of the surface water, In some parts of western Kansas and parts of Colorado, which Is so much so that, when used in en gine service, it quickly destroys the inte rior of tbe boiler. .. . ' The ladies' league of the First Presbyte rian church will bold their regular monthly meeting, on Saturday afternoon, April lltb, at 8 o'clock. After a short mission ary program, the're will be a carpet tea, the small amount of five cents per cup be ing charged, the proceeds of which will go to the carpet fund.- The ladies are kindly requested to meet promptly at tbe hour named and as many as can make it con venient will kindly attend. . - G. A. Holhgeb leaves for Cripple Creek, to-morrow morning, where be will pros pect and report for a company in which, with himself, the following citizens are in terested: Col. T. B. Mills, W. G. Kocgler, Judge E. V. Long, Capt. L. C. Fort, N. L., Charley and Saul Rosenthal, H. W. Kelly. Judge Thos. Smith, Julius Judell, Max Nordhaus, J. S. Duncan, M. N. ChafHn and Ralph Halloran, tbe latter of Albuquerque, Garrett Eckerson, of Fort Union, and H. E,. Byers, of the J, .8. outfit, made, their maiden trip on bicycles, yesterday, 'trying to wheel themselves out to the hot springs. Report nas it tnac they found it more difficult locomotion than when astride even high-spirited. Cow ponies on the plains, they not infrequently spilling .themselves in heap all over the terra firma in the vicinity. ; . -. w Tif.ll OPERA f, a One Night, Only. FRIDAY EYE., APRIL 10. The Schubert :: Quintette Concert Company, - Under tbe ausp'ces of - , , ; tha Beethoven .Society. Scaleofr f.!3 ; Prices: I Galley, 55a Tlie SDorleaer Boot asa Sbue Co., MAOOHIC The Largest and Best Assorted Stock of v ( 1 "".I1"' . m mm M r ' . ,. , ' s HAY. GRAIN. SEEDS. 1 New Mexico Seed House. . ; r GENERAL COMMIOOION DUOIMEOC. HARTMAN & WEIL. " " G. B. WOODS. . . : . Children'? Bonnets and Caps, t$$i$ and 1 . .1 1 :n 1 :t.".ii..' li :J '9 mnuy itiuiuui.. uiuuc iinu suit, ueauuiuuy ciuuiuiuci' - ,0 W wonderfully choice best. Young Mothers Will be delighted with those handsome Infants ' Cloaks, in soft white cashmere and pretty basltet . cloths, richly embroidered in silk, which we offer at one-third catalogue prices: A very neat ; cloak i lor 1 $3-75worth $5.00; a really fine cloak for $4.50, worth $6.50; a superb cloak for $5.00, well worth $7 75. i 7 Only the, Blind "i j Could fail to see the extreme cheapness, in price, of our superior quality, Ladies' Muslin Underwear, . just received and displayed to-day; we challenge com parison with eastern prices for same goods.. Ilf eltis, Sdu lif eldaca. Cash Novelty Ladies' aiid Children's Kid Gloves. Ladies' L From 1 if A T ' m 1 1 .,li.JUHDHIM1Hia . . . Complete Line of Spring ; ' . ;"" BEST: Bicycle Hose Only 20c. . Sizes 6 THIS WEEK, ONLY 20o Only Agents for the DRY LEVY Sixth Street, Opposite Postoffice. NEW HARDWARE FIRM ..OF- ; mm & mm, -" Are Located in the Masonic Temple, : s East Las Vegas, . New Mexico. ". And Will Carry a General Line of Hardware, Stoves, Tinware and Agricultural Implements. WE RESPECTFULLY SOUCIT YOUR PATRONAGE. THE LAS VEGAS Street Railway, JOHN SHANK, Manager. Cars $rery fifteen minutes, from 8. . , 1 ' " to 8 p. m. .,. a. m. . n . ' , sou ticKets ror f.uu 9 100 'tickets for 3.50 86 tickets for li.00 Las Vegas Roller Mill, j. It. SMITH, Prop'r. - ' ... '-v' ' Location: On the bot springs branch rait way, East Las Vegas, New Mexico. BRAN, FLOUR, GftAlN AND FEED. - Yonr tatronaga Solid tod S. PATTY Handles the Only : -; Hanp IN THE MARKET. Plumbing Tinning. . Steel Stores TEMPLE.: --. BOOTS and SHOES. iiAij aim wira yln the City. New Designs. Attractive Prices Up-to-Date Styles Call and See Our Ladies' 20lh Century Shoes. aaast. M I ' I Ilk. cheap a great lot of them . ' . - - i -fist Dry Goods Store. Silk Waists, Persian $3 00, up. Ribbons. Children's Reefers. Ladies' Capes, Spring Styles. in Nobby Styles. . LeSJnrtjyaJste Be8t fhe80cu.ot :" and Summer, Boys" Clothing. SOFT FINISH, Muslin, 1 yd; wide, 10 yards to 10. ....... for Standard Paper Patterns.. J. THDRNHILU . Florist anfl : Lanflsc3ji3 Garflener. Particular attention paid to pruning trees, etc. '. Las Vegas's 1 Greatest Bargain-Givers. Kid Finish Cambric, alT'colorej' ' 4c per yard. 25 inch . Rustie Lining, lie per yard, Vestibule Child's Caps ' tq all tbe Latest Curtain Net Styles Just Received. 5c per yard. ' MWe do as we HTM QBess; MMiuai & e Wholesale Wool Dealers, -I I.-. EmI las Tegaa and Albaqnerfjae, New Meilco , . ' ' ' , 11 j .... GROSS, BLAOKWELL & KELLY WOO L, : v'-:' loo, icia and 104 North Second St.; . .. . St. Louis, Mo. A Word to the Wise is mm A Little Higher in r"" $Wxli0n 9 ' ' ' Only, .' IL. HOUGHTON, -DEALER IN. , Stoyes & OP ALL A large stock of Stoves and Plows H9rQY7are above cost. These goods are all warranted to be 01 the very best mane in un united States, and to give perfect satisfaction. At the Old Stand on Center Street. AGUA: PURA COMPANY ; f "' WHOLESALE DEALE.il IN PURE MdUNTAINIQI -' r tales ni Storage in Las Yenas Hot Springs Canon. ? lA-raja-ULal Capacity 50,000 Tons Our Ice is pure, firm and clear, and gives entire satisfaction . ? a ; v to our many patrons. Office: 620 Douglas Ave., East LasVegas, N. M A. G. SCHMIDT .''.:, Uanafactorer of Carriages '.'.i.vK.i And dealer taV';- Heavy HflvyirD, Every kind of wagon material on nana Horseshoelns; and- repairing a specialty Grand and Manianares ArenUea, Vegas. ,t;fv:-. ".''''' aat La PHOIX MEAT MARKET, J. S, Dillon, Prop. Dealer in all kinds ot-y . j " FRESH MEATS, . HAMS AFD BACON, Fish, (Same and Poultry in Season. I ORDERS SOLICITED. - What we sayjwe'H doj we for everybody. -That's why the people are with us. That's why you ould come, here for reliable goods, at reliable prictltiiitldealers. . ' Topsy Black Seamless Hose, . Fop Ladies. 8c per pair. - Topsy Blacks, Seamless Hose, For Children. -Bises 0 to 6)4. 14c per pair.- Hemstitched, Ladies' Handk'rch'fs , 4c each. , Fast, gusset . Seamless Hose, For Children. ' Sises 8 to 9. 14c .'per pair. Hemstitched, $i.o8' Men's Handkerchiefs, For .child's fine 9c each. velvet Baits. Fatmtleroy &tce'S to 8. advertise," Grocers Price, But Agticiiltiir al Implements KINDS. now on hand, which will be sold jvlltU EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M. A. T. ROGERS, f LATE OF ROGERS BK09. r . ... Practical Horseshoer, General Blacsmlthlng, Wa Ron and Carriage Repairing, neatly and promptlr done RaHroocliVvGe, Opposite Browne & Hansanarei Co EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO,:? Tie Lyons House, 809 South Railroad Ave., Near Depot. EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS. Elegantly Furnished Rooms. Tables set with everything the Market affords. Price reasonable. MRS. S.r MORSE, - - Proprietress do You can't say as much Big Redactions in Notions. Pins, paper, IC 6 pkgs. best Needles .......... 5c No. 1, seamless stockinet Shields, 7c No. 2 " ' " ' ' 90 Velveteen Facing, 4 yds 7c . . w . ,.. a 4 yds, extra wide, 140 . Langtry Curling Irons, each,. . . 6c 36-in. Silicia, yd Sa Silk Binding Ribbon . .'. ....... 1 iq Twin Dress Stays, set 9c Twin Dress SSnyV, dozen .. . ... 14c Whalebone Casing, roll of 9 yds 9Q 64-iu. Fiber Interlining, yd,. . , , 140 tlooks and Eyes with hump, card, 0