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EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, Til tJKS DAY EVENING, APRIL 10, 1890.
IN NEW JERSEY NOW
The Republican State Conven
tion May Not Instruct for
the Ohio Man.
SENATOR TELLER TALKS
Speaker T. It. Heed's State Is
Declnrlug for Mm, at Port
THE PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS
TnicNTON, N. J., April 16. The re
publican state convention will, this
afternoon, geleot the "bi four'MJnlted
States Senator William J. Sewell, Stale
Cbairniao franklin Murpby, ex-Con'
pressman John Kcan and Garret A
llobart, as delegate-at-largq to the na
tional convention at St. Louis.
la accordance with established preO'
edent, the delegates will not be in
structed, but, . as a result of the over
whelming expression of popular will,
as manifested at tbe eight conventions
to select district delegates, they will bo
lor SicMnley, u their votes are needed
to el. ct the Obloan. If, however, it
becomes a contest of dark horses, New
Jersey's voice will be heard in the oon
vention naming Delegate Girret A,
liooart lor toe lust place on tbe
in tbe event or a western man cap
turing the prize, Mr. llobart will be
presented its an eastern candidate for
viee-piesident, and should be fail of
reaching this (rial also, he will then be
pushed as chairman of the republican
national committee, of which be is now
vice-chairman. General Sawell wonld
have been the favorite son for the pre;.
idential nomination but for tbe faot
that be was barn in Erin's Isle.
Up In Smok.
Abbeville, N. C, April 16. The
fashionable and wtll-patronised Bat
tery Park hotel was damaged $25,000
by nre, tcioy.
For a Second Term.
M artiksuurg, Ind., April 16 Rep
resentative George W. Faris, of Terre
Haute, was to-day re-nominated for a
second term by acclamation by the
republican congressional convention of
tbe eighth Indiana district.
St. Louis, Wo., April 16. Fire
in the Logan chair manufactory at
midnight was followed by an explosion
of varnish, which injured four firemen,
William Gleason was terribly burned
about tbe head and inhaled steam. He
jwill probably die. Tbe property loss
it nominal, . - ;
Life Was Too Burdensome. ... -Butte,
Montana, April 16 J. F.
Kelly, a prominent .Mason and busi
Bess roan of this city, suicided, this
morning, after writing a few letters
regarding his affiirs. Domestic trouble
and strong drink caused the rash act.
He oarried life insurance to the amount
Very Warm Weather.
Sioux City, Iowa, April 16 Judge
Lash'ey was overcome by heat, yester
day. It was very warm all over Iowa.
In Dubuque the meroury reached 90
Philadelphia, April 16. Yesterday
was one of the hottest April days on
record in the city, the mercury reach
ing 84. One death from beat was re
ported to tbe authorities.
Physical Culture Contest.
San Fkakcisco, Cal., April 16.
Tbe sporting element of San Francisco
Is in jubilant anticipation of to-night's
contest between Joe Cboynski and
Tom Sharkey, the Marine,", which
promises to be the nearest approach to
real fighting the Golden Gate city has
seen for many moons. While the con
tent is limited to eight rounds, some
hard fighting is anticipated, owing to
the habit both men have of "rushing"
. - - Not Candidates.
Washington, D. C, April 16.
Senator Henry M. Teller and : Repre
sentative John F. Shnforth, of Colo
rado, have definitely decided that they
will not be candida'es to the republi
can convention, as tbey see no hope
'that tbe convention will adopt a plat
form or nominate candidates which
they can ur qu ilifledly endorse. Sen
ator Teller says that be baa promised
the people of Colorado, time and
again, that he would not support a
gold standard man and he adheres to
I be School Fight.
Winnipeg, Manitoba, April 16.
After a month's recess, the legislature
re-assembled to day. It had originally
been decided to indefinitely prorogue
tbe body, and, in view of the fact that
a battle royal on the parochial ques
tion seems imminent, that course will
probably be announced by, Premier
Greeoway, this ivening, the proroga
tion to uke effect as soon as some
minor business has been disposed i f.
There is now no other outlook save for
a bitter fight on the part of tbe
province against parochial schools and
Ottawa coercion. -
William, tbe Silent.
Chicago, Illinois, April 16 Tic
Netherlander of Chicago are making
elaborate preparations for tbelr ban
quet, which is to be given at Kinsley's,
to-night, in honor of their, patron
saint, William the Sil nt, Prince of
Orange. Though many of tbe city
mopt prominent citizens -trace their
ancestors bulk to the land of dykes
and windmills, they have never before
banded together socially or otherwise
and it Is expected that tbe permanent
society wmcb will be given birth at
to-night's gathering abuut tbe festive
aboard will take front rank among
Chicago's social organizations.
Not Necessary lor th. Speaker to Attend His
State's Conv.ntloa. ,
Washington, D. C, April 16
Speaker Reed bas not gone home for
tbe round-up of republicans of his own
state at Portland, to-day. As a matter
of fact, the republicans of MatsacbuS'
ets and other eastern states Lave
already forestalled tbe party la Maine
in submitting the name of lbs speaker
to tbe republicans ot tbs nation as
candidate for tbe presidential nomina
lion, and as a result tbe Maine atate
convention, to-day, is on the perfuno
The resolutions will contain a ring
ing eulogy of tbe speaker and bis pub
lic o reer, and will follow the lines of
the New York platform on the money
question. Tbe deleeates-al-large will
be Ex Governor Edwin C. Burleigh, of
Augusta, who will be tbe obairman of
tbe deli gallon; Harrison Hum, oi
Robiston, formerly of Massaobusets ;
Amos L. Allen, of Alfred, Mr, Reed's
private secretary, and Charles E Lit'
tleribld, of Rockford, ex-speaker of tbe
bouse. ... -'
. " I -n-.-. '"."' -
Selected HI Successor. ' '
New YortK, N Y , April 16.
When the representatives of the various
branches of the American Xbeosopni
cal society come together at tb socie
ty headquarters in Madison avenU", this
afternooo. the rank and. file of their
number will learn for . the first time
who is to be tbe leader of the move
ment in America, and the president of
the organization to succeed, the late
William Q Judge. A peculiar pro
vision if the society's -constitution
gives tbe president permission to sug.
gest a sucocssor before his d ath, and
this Mr, Judge did by mentioning
member for the tffliia la his will,
which will be. made public for the first
time this afternoon.
A Cuban Dinner. -
Philadelphia, Pa, April .16
To-nigbt tbe Clover club, perhaps the
most famous of America's entertaining
institutions, turns us quarterly ainner
at the Hotel Bellevuo into "a night for
Cuba." Hon. A. K. McClure, the
v.teran Pennsylvania editor, is to pre.
side. Cuban songs are to be sung.
Cuba's patriotic struggle will be told
of again, and a number of enthusiastic
sons of tbe down-trodden Island will
tell of the reasons tor demanding lib
The Ball Season Opens. '
New York, N. Y ... April'lU-
To-day marks the opening of tbe base
ball championship season. Boston
lines up - at Philadelphia, Brooklyn at
Baltimore, and New York at Washing.
ton. in the eatt; while in tbe west
Pittsburg plays at Cincinnati, Chicago
at Louisville, and Cleveland In St.
Louis. Next Wednesday the . Western
league teams commence ; business- in
earnest, and ou.. May 1st the. Eastern
league will start the ball rolling; v.'-
Christian Eadeavorera ''. ?
Union Cur. -Tenn.;' April -16 V
Nearly a thousand delegates from all
over the state, and representing fifteen
denominations, ' participated to-day in
the opening ot tbe annual convention of
tbe State Christian Endeavor in tbe
Cumberland Presbyterian church. '
New Mexico Encampment, O. A. B
Headquarters Dep't or N. M.,"
Grand Akmy or ma Republic,
Baton, N. M., March 7th, 1896. J
General OitKRg No. 8.
I. The Thirteenth Annual Encampment
of tbe Department of New Mexico, Grand
Army of the Republic, is called to meet at
tbe hall of Sedgwick post, No. 2, Baton,
re Mexico, on riday ana Saturday,
April 24th and 25th, 1800. .
II. A meeting of Department Council
of Administration will be held at Depart
ment Headquarters Friday, morning at 10
o'clock. ' i
III. Sedgwick post will make tbe neo
esusry details for Officer of tbe Day, and
Officer of the Guard, and will have charge
of tbe arrangements for tbe Encampment
and entertainment of visiting comrades.
IV. Comrades intending attending tbe
Encampment will please notify these Head
quarters at their earliest convenience.
v. Application win De maae ana urged
for a rate of one far for tbe round trip on
the railroads. By command ot
T. W. Collier,
D. BisnoN, f Dep't Commander.
Assistant Adj't General.
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 the proper manner to
build up your system by drinking Maths' h
water; fresh from th. well every morning.
At Both's meat market. 114-tf
FOR BENT Furnished rooms, convenient
to both towns; contrary located. In
quire at The Optic office. 142 tf
i r ii 1
WANTED A position as ''- saleslady.
Speaks both Ittnuuasrea. . Beferences
furnished. . i . - It
WANTED Fir t-class salesman In New
Mexico who has acquaintance with
the mines and factories to sell cur goods on
salary or commission. Address, Tbe Stod
dard Oil Compound Co.. Cleveland, O.
FOR RUNT A seven-room house; first
data condition. Apply to M. M. SunrU.
at Hill's planing- mill, or at the corner of
Fourth and Washington streets. 187 tf
117 ANTED Distributor, (ladles or sen
VV tlemen) In every town and city in the
IT S. to pass free camples of tea; big
money. 1'jies with stamp, Thomas 4
Anderson, South Bend, Ind. 187 -8 1
WANTED Position as governess or com
panion. Will travel or go into the
country. Address, lillle M. Smith, Las
FOB 8 ALK Cheap for rash, a fully
equipped restaurant, In Bland, N. 11.
tor fuither Information apply to B H
Bhaw, Bland, N.M, 106-26t
WE MUST HAVR HELP. We pay men
and women 110 to $18- per week for
easy home work. No book, or peddling.
Steady employment guaranteed. Send
stamp for work and particulars at once.
HxBMANN A REYMorjK, SIS South Sixth
street, Philadelphia, Pa. 69-tf
irANTBD-Everyhody to know that Tub
TV Optic's Job Office does neat and tasty
work, of all kinds, and at most reeeoaabie
IVAMTrnAM inCA Wboeanthlnk
I imiiifcw nil i wwn of some simp!.
thing to patent f Protet t your Hnasi they miiy
I bring you wealth. Writ. JOiIiLWBOD!i(i.
. BUK.V CO., i aietit Allomve, WatUuKMI,
W r VB'F fW WW, , .
LAY DEAD ON A LEVEE
Defaulter of the Commercia
. Bank of BooneviJIe, . Mo.,
Dead in St. Louis.
ISRAEL KING STILL HELD
The Northern Division of, the
Mexican Army Transferred
i to Juarez, Tex. r
A CONSUMPTIVE'S DEED
St. Louis, Missouri, April 16 -Wal
ter It. Hurtbison, tbe insane defaulter
of the Commercial bank at Booneville,
was found dead on the levee, this
morning, where be had stretched him
self out, during the night.- His death
is due probably to heart disease and a
complication of other afflictions.
Desperat. from Dlseue.
Denver. Colo., April' 10 Early
this uiorniPK Clerk 3. I. Kennedy, of
the auditor's office, of the U. P. Den-
yt r & Gulf road, shot his wife and. eon
and then attempted suicide. Tbe nine
wounds inflicted on himself are . fatal
Kennedy was insane from tbe ravages
of consumption. ..
. Change of Headquarter.
El Paso, Texas, April 16 It U an
nounoed that General Hernandez,
commanding tbe northern division of
tha Mexican army, will remove hi"
headquarters from Chihuahua to Juarez,
within tbe next ten days, with about
000 troops. The 'Eleventh U. 8.
cavalry and Nineteenth U S. infantry
are now stationed at Fort Bliss, near
King Not Released. "
El Paso, Texae, April 16 The re
port is that Senator Israel Kin?, of
New Mexico, bas . been released from
Juariz j til, but he has onlv been re
moved to better quarters. It is re
ported that Mormons at Colen la caused
King's arrest, because he overbid them
in burincr a Lig herd cf cattle, they
trying to beat bim out of bis purchase.
King will not be released until local
bondsmen are found, or on demand of
the United States government.
Exacunva Offics, 1
City of Santa F. Tbrritory of N. M, i
Wrebbas, On tbe 8th day of February,
1896, Dioniclo Oallegos invsteriously disap
peared from tbe town ot Katoo, and Terri
tory of New Mexico, and is supposed to
have been murdered by persons who are
npw fugitives from Justice. --
Now, therefore, tor the purpose of cans
lug tbe arrest and conviction of tbe party
or parties guilty of this crime. I, VV. T.
Thornton, governor of the Territory of
New Mexico, do hereby offer a reward f
$300, to be paid out of tbe Territorial treas
ury from funds appropriated for rewards,
upon the arrest or tne guilty party or par
ties, said reward to be payable out of funds
appropriated for the forty-sixth fiscal
Done at the executive office, this, tbe 7tb
d'iy of March, A. D. 1896.
. -Witness my hand and tbe great seal of
the Territory of New Mexico.
W. T. Thornton, '
Governor of tbe Territory of 'New Mexico.
ay me Kovernur; . .- x;. ,
Lorion Miller, ' ' " N
Secretary of New Mexico.
Trade is picking up very perceptibly
in S.lver City.
Now located on Sixth street, two doors
north of the Postoffice, ,
A Specialty. ; ;
The Finest Llne of
5toves and Steel Ranges
In the City.
Heating apparatus, heavy 'sheet Iron
work, etc.. contracted for at the bottom
price. Let us figure on your work. : ,
The New Store
- or '
Wm. Malboeuf, Prop. I
A.. A.. SENEGAL, Manager
Ladies' and GentsV
At Half Price. '
Dress Goods at Cost
COME AND BE CONVINCED.
MRS. L. HOLLENVAGER,
a leader in this lino of business, has jnst
received the first installment of BPR1NG
NOVELTIES. Ladies are Invited to oall
A Dress-Making Department,'
making a specialty of fine work.
f Mi8 Hanlon. lis e of Bullene,
Moor. 67; Emory's, ot Kansas Ulty) an
adept in the art of cutting, fitting and do
ing fine work. The patronage of tbe ladies
Is solicited. All work guaranteed. ' Prices
from $5.00 up.
B. 0, PITTENQER & CO.
Goodi called for
and delivered,, ,
Highest of all ii Leavening Pow
Letter List NO a.
. The following list or letter 'remains un
called for In tl e i ostoftlce at Las Vcksb, N,:
M., ror th. week, ending April 14th, 1HV6.
I'ersons calling , for thesa letters ..will
please say "Advertised":
i curlett, Jessie; Decker, Rudolph J Elliott,
Mrs. M J. ; Levy. J Mcintosh. John : Mon-
dragon,.- tats.rlna; Martlner, Jenoveva
Orteita. Rellnondro: Peter. .Joseph o.
Stiause, John C-l Urton, George; Wilder,
v ... O. W.ALLBK, P. M
' Rate, to Ctty Mexka, '
XtAS. VboaB, N. M., Marh 9tk. 1896
Round trip rates to City of Mexico,.' from
Las Vegas, $66.70. Uotng limit, sixty
days, with final return limit, of six months
from date of sale. , v
BATBS TO PHOKHIX! ! a
Tourist rates to Phoenix, Aria., 'and re
turn from i Lai Vegas, $48.60, Limits,
fifteen days, In each direction., : with final
limit of six months,
tf ; ; , - C. F, Jones, Agent,
: "G. A. R." encampment at Raton, Tit. M.,
April 24th and 26th, 1896; from Las Vegas
to Raton and return, $4.45; tickets on sale
April 21th and 85th, '96, final return limit,
April 26tb, '90. Continuous passage in
eaob direction. . - C. F. Jonrs,
' ' Agent.
" Chang, of Hour.. ,
As the morning mall from the east ar
rives nearly an boor later than heretofore,
tbe general delivery windows of tbe east
side postoffice cannot bs opened before
8:80 a. m., every day but Sunday, when
tbe windows. will be open from 4 to 5 p. m
-'.. Go. T. Gould, P. M.
5ome Reedy Information. . -
Tbe following statistical information
should be cut oat and paeted on your of
fice aesx (or I u lure ana frequent refer
ence: ' '- -V ".' .'-..
DISTANCES FROM LAS VBOAS.
Baton ..... ....
r) agon aiouuu .
Kansas City 786
tit. Lou's.. l,oss
Chicago 1 ,476
New Vori J. 187
Los Luoas. ,.., 1M:
tucson ..... ...... om
Oity of Mexico. 1612
.as Cruces H43
i os An;reies 1,1ms
an De:ro 1.098
Gl I'aso ..... .KM
San Francisco... 1.346
Silver City ....... ,l
L. v. Hot springs....
WUlteOaks, direct,. 180
Galveston, direct.. 708
la Junta .......... ilia
ALTITUDE OF VARIOUS FLACKS'.
Mora ; ..704S
Kansas City ,.7t
Fa con Tuunel ....Trta-2
Hot Sd'kS Park.. 6767
Las Venae 6132
Gloiletu .'...j,-.;;. 1463
8 nta re -........"'iis
Vldeon A ....TSM
riagstaa ......... ,em)6
Needles ..... ....477
El Paso ; 8662
Salt Lake Cltx....42X
Center St., Bast Las Vegas. '
CHARLES WHIG HT, Prop'r.
Best Twenty-five Gent
; Meals in Town.. .....
Tables supplied with everything the mar
set a floras, ratronnge solicited. .
. Go to
Bargains in Furniture,
And Household Goods of all kinds.
Next door to P. O , East Las Vegas, .
JOHN R. STILL,
. and Builder.
Office next door west of Tffl OfliD,
Building. : ,
THE LAS VEGAS
JOHN SHANK, Manager.
Cars every fifteen minutes, from 8. a. m.
s . .-v to 8 p. m. .- . '.
800 Mcketa for $5.00 ' '
, 100 tickets for $8.50
25 tickets for 1.00
O. S. ROGERS,
. LAS VEGAS, N. M.J
Nos. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west end of
-. :- bridge.
Special attention 'gven to .rrilndt.
mg irons, and general blacksmith-
ing and woodwork. All work
promptly done and satisfaction
(1 PABST BEER,
X JOE EAEFKER, Ant
1 The world's famous Pabsi
1 Keg Beer is now on tap at the
following places, at 5c per glass;
PACE & BELL,
QUINLY & BENJAMIN, t
F. SAVILLE, RALPH OLDHAM. .'
CLARK Ai JOBSYTHE,
W. 8, STANDISU.
latest U.S. Gov't Report
' Walter Dearden, assayer and chemist
Trinidad, Colo. . . ; 187-tf '
- A meal of plenty, well choked and serv
ed, at tbe New Brunswick,' ' ! ... 106-U
Vail paper and picture mouldings, all
new 1899 patterns, at H. G. Coora' V3M
' Her tint n Is agent for Waftamaker A
PrtoWo and Mills Sc Merrill, fine tailor
made clutblog. ' tje. samples at Hartmsn's
store. ; - 60-tf
For painting your bouse, Bh.rvln Wil
liams' ready-mixed paint is tbe best and'
the cheapest, and for your walls, kalsom
io, to be had at tbe old Iowa hardware
store, building v p. Wlnternits. 128-tf
, Just received, goods tor tbe season: Gar.
dea tools, rubber and cotton lose, sprink
lers, nonles, .'couplings, menders, etc.:
poultry netting and screen wire;' . prices
to suit the-tim.es, at H. Q. Coors', Ultf
r . Ward Block, Rkilroad Ave.,
Mrs. Wm. Goin, Prop
" J Tables Served With
;:iVERYTHINrTHE SEflSOH AFFORDS.
Cooked and Served ia the Highest Order.
Weals, 25o. Board by week, f$.
A trial Wilfconvlnce you of tbe msiita ot
, .THE MODEL KE3TAURANT.
Capital Paid In ' - .
U 1L NATIONAL fiffl
... , , t.
' OFFXOKBSt '
DE. J.'.M. CUNNINGHAM, President, 'v
! FRANK SPRINGER, Vioe-President. '
I n. T. TTOSKTOS. fluhlA, :.
3T IKTBBEST PAID OH
B3T8ae your 'earnings by depositing them
wey wut pnng you an income. - uvery aonar saved, is two dollars made,"
Ho deposits received of less than $1.
Interest paid on all deposits of $5 and over.
A large and complete line of
: Plows and Points '
Kept constantly on hand, together with
Garden Hose, Wire Netting,:
Poultry and Fence Wire,
STOVES AND RANCES
of every description. :, ..
Your patronage is solicited at the.
Old Town Hardware Store,
NEW BUILDING, J, . f
H.. L. ROSENTHAL &
826 & 328 Railroad Averui.
Ranch Supplies 01! peolaXtsr.
Goods delivered free to all parts of the
fore purchasing, and be bonrlneed of our. low prices. ' " ;
r Complete line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand.
A. A. WISE, Notary Public . Established
LOANSmND REAL ESTATE,
v . i Sixth and Douglas Aves., East Las Vegas, N. M.
Improved and Uhimproved Lands and City
atteuaea to ror non-resiaents. Titles examined, Bents collected and Taxes paid.
io yds. Lonsdale for 79c
io yds. Bear Hill Cambric for 79c
As good as Lonsdale.
Robt. L. M. Ross,
v Real Estate
AND INSURANCE AGENT.
Prices to Soit the Times,
tots from $100 up
80LE AGENT of the Hill-site
Town -Co addition, and the Eldo
rado Town Co. lower addition. '
R PKuTpnrpR. Rusinesa Properties.
- , i .
, Loans, Mortgages and SecuriUes.
' Desirable Aere Properties; Fairos under
irrigation UitoUes. otuce on
JOFLOO,TMEOPRHOU1E. E. 18 VECM
Successor to J. 8. Klston, .
, Ulaziog, Paper Hanging, Etc.
Shop i: Opposite Express Office,
- TELEPHONE 57. - i'. '"'.'"
C0NTB1CT0B aai BUILDSB
. Ilanafaotnrer ot
Sash and Doors, -
Mouldings, ' .' '
' Scroll Sawing,
, Surfacing and Matching
and Offlee Corner of Blanobard street and
- Grand avenue.
BAST LAB VESA
B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier.
T1MK DEPOSITS UE
Henbi Gokb, Pres ,
H. W. Kthvr, Yioe Pres.
D. T. Hoskihs, Treai . .
Paid up capital, $30,000.
in the La Vibab Havihbs Bask, where
pity ( Call and examine our stoo.: ot
P. C. HOOSETT.
Property for sals. Investments made and
ff CARRIAGE REPOSITORY.
The finest line of Carriages, Buggies,
W Landaus, Surreys, Phsetons and fioad
Oarts in th Southwest, o( tbe best
- B Livery and Feed Stables.
IRIDTE f i ' - VfEAS
tim Grand 79 Cent
io yds. Black Ground Figured Sateen
First National Bank,
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
. JEFFERSON RAYNOLDS, President
JOHN W. 20LLARS, Vice-President. A. B. SMITH, Cashier,
F. N. SMITH, Assistant Cashier.
Accounts Received. Subject to Check.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
East Las Vegas and Socorro. N. M.
Wool, Hides an
Raqch and Mining SuppliE5
Fence Wire, Nails,
Picks and Shovels.
BLASTING- GIANT POWDER.
PLOWS, FARM TOOLS,
and all kinds of
FARM, GRASS AND GARDEN SEED.
ACME CEMENT PLASTER
. ' (Suooossor to Coors Bros.)
-WHOLBSAIJC AKD BIT AIL DBAUEB W
EAST LAS VEGAS,
TKLKPHONK Ho. 5 A Goods delivered
, , ' ' : roprietor
-":--.. - Hag ,u3t Received an
- nf nil Kinds
iru:t, lir. tnr mIa al nricps lrt
always, native and redwood lumber,
. a-' - 1 !1 ,1 nAntrnfnro in
delivered free of charge, in the city.
j". CJ. U Tanlronn Qtracf. Vast T ma XT a or mm
sfj flier DVVCUIU OUU vnvnavu wiivvtn) jusuaw juud t vqhv
Flutter Duck for 79c
Toile du Lalne for 70c
South Sida Plaza.
.. ta. V.gas, Hew Meilo..
The Only first-class house in the,'
city. Headquarters for stockmen, .
8Co per meal ; $6 per week. Tables supplied
wiiu every luiog ine marxes anzoras.
MRS. S. B. DAVIS
Booms by tbe day for 60o to $1.00: bv -
jB?month, $6 to $12.
BOORS, ELM, TARNISHES
and Soft CoaL
free In city.
Assorted Stock of '
and Stvles. 1
suit the times.; He IceenS on hanl
and shingles, and gives special at
uranf nf Kn! 1 rt ! net miffr!a1e 4 frf H
Cerrillos Hard and Soft
Blossburg Coal, Etc.
Corner of Twelfth and . Llnooln
Streets. Telephone 47.
Late ot Topeua, Kansas,
Reasonable Prlcoi. 913 Frlnc Su
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