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TMS DAILY' OPTIC. ,7 tW Peoples. Paper Hj 2iica lias tee Finest Climate 1b ike World WINTERS DRUG COMPANY, PLAZA. PHARMACY, (Successors to K. Q. Murphey ft Co.) "'-'.nd r.u.. DRUOOISTS. Leading drag bouse tn tUe south, west. Oroer. solicited and prompt ly ailed. Prescription! a specialty. Fresh drugs and purest chemicals, only, sed in our prescription department.' Bole agent tor Las Vegas tor tbe sale of the celebrated MACBETH WATER. APRIL. 8 M T W T F 8 5 6 78 9 10 11 i3 131415 16 17 iS 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26I27I28 29 30 , . . . .. THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 16,1896 METROPOLIS MISCELLANY. K. of P., tuis evening. J. Biehl, leading undertaker. B3tf Baud practice, to-night, at city bail,. The New Brunswick restaurant tor an Appetizing meal. ' . . 106-if The Btoner bouse will afford a new and attractive sign. Miss Bessie Cavanaugh has been quite 111 for the past two weeks. F. Meredith Jones and wife are the par ents of a brand new daughter. The B. Y. P. U. will give a social, this evening, at Mrs. A. R. Eekert's. Tbo literary society at tbe Academy will give an entertainment', this evening. Bill boards are being erected for the Wallace circus that will soon exhibit bere. ac A woman named Antonia TruJIUo is re ported dead, out in tbe vicinity of Bo clad. Mrs. E. O. Henriques does not improve In health as rapidly as desired and ex pected. Put your spare caBb to work. Take a share with the Mutual building and loan association. 128-tf Chapman lodge, No. 2, A. F. St A. M., will meet this evening and work In tbe V. C. degree. Ollie C. Parker has purchased John Arthur Calhoun Minner'i interest Im the Bridge club rooms. The up-country mining news in this evening's paper will be read with Interest by our interested readers. A small amount of tbe bulk goods still .on hand at Abramowsky's. Any bottle of wine in the store for 85 cents. It Miss Delia Wray, the daughter of Chief Dispatcher C. C. Wray, has been confimd to the bouse by sickness since Saturday last. The by-laws of Sierra lodge, No. 8, Knights of Pythias, Hillsboro, N. N., are being gotten out in pamphlet form at this office. Go to Miss 8. A. Carr for special bar gains, this week, in millinery. Every va riety of trimmed and untrimmed bats and bonnets. 141 4t Tbe Opiio bas received a prospectus of tbe Womack gold mining company, of Cripple Creek, Colo., and of which Gen. Fred Walsen is vice-president and a mem ber of the board of directors. Gov. W. T. Thornton, Chief Justice Tbo?. Smith and A. C. Voorbees, tbe limb o' the law, are down on the small bills for addresses at the department camp fire, G. A. R., to be held at Raton, on Friday evening, April 24tb. Word from the Santa Fe presbytery at Raton, is that Rev. Craig, of Santa-Fa, was chosen moderator; Rev. Mclntyre, temporary clerk, and Rev. Madrid, inter preter.' The sessions are being held in the Spanish church, up at Raton. Persons reading The Optic out of town might easily enough Infer that tbe paper Is published in tbe heart of the richest mining district on earth, and yet there isn't a mis-statement of facts about the mines to this locality In a whole issue or several whole issues of tbe paper. ' ' . Judge 8. E. Booth got his supply wagon off for Elizabethtown, this morning, in charge of Andy Suter and John Dolman, be following on to-morrow's train; also, L. Eollenwager pulled out for Hematite. over land, to-day, in company with P. H. Peterson, of the Singer sewing machine office. Material is being hauled out to the "Sur prise" mine, to-day, and two shifts of men will Btart tbe further work of development at once, to decide now and forever if there be pay ore near Las Vegas. If ore is found in this vein, there will be plenty of room for locators, as tbe vein bas already been traced forty miles. ' Tbe Las Vegas mining and prospecting company, whose miners, George Beaty and Jim Miller, have just struck a rich liver "pocket" in tbe "Stone Cabin" mine at Lake Valley, have gone about their mining work In a business-like man ner and deserve the richest treasures that mother earth can yield. A Chicago party, who is in these parts partly for his health, has his eye on tbe Hematite mining camp as a promising place In which to start a newspaper. The up-country, old newspaper man had best get a move on himself, else he may get left in the deal that he bas been figuring on making for some weeks. Lewis Lutz Is, to-day, mourning over tbe death of one of his old churns and Intimate friends, Captain Alfred Roberta, of Emporia, Kansas, who died, early this morning, of pneumonia. Capt. Roberts was a kind, genial friend; constant and true. He served bit country in tbe late unpleasantness, and was aged about sixty two years. He leave a wife and four children. Mi ft tabf 1l t Pint F'rftfltVi hi'i fnfit vi-h'luR Mutf tfllMt ft tb ttifhlWM tiKlilg prtoXitt: Tim banquet wnd fcliafapterUsd liy thai July, gOJd fellowship that i always present when a ptrty of men lit down to a banquet table, unrestricted add unre served. , Bi Dalley was chosen toast master and tbe following toasts were given: "Fraternal Insurance," 0. K. Perry; "N.cesslty of Attendiug Meotlngs," L. J. Marcus; "Ben efit of Ladies' Auxiliary," L. H. Manko; "Our Order," A. T. Rogers; "Insurance for Newly Married Men," Will Rosenthal J "The W. O. W. In Oregon," Chas. Metier; "W. O. W. Monument," J, Blehl; "Why We Insure," J. Thornblll. The ocoaslon was a most happy one and will long be remembered by every partici pant. This order was organized in this city, something over a year ago, and bas been exceptionally prosperous. Ooo of the features of the order is tbe safe and cheap Insurance that Is afforded tbe members. Las Vegas Normal School. W. S, Burke, a member of the board of regents of the institution, speaks as follows In tbe Albuquerque Citizen, of tbe new structure: Tbe Las Vegas people are proul of tbeir normal school buildiug, and. justly so. Tbe bouse Is not completed as ye, but as far as it goes, it is by all odds tne pest pumio building in New Mexico; all who pave seen it agree that tbe work as far as com pleted is as good as can be found in the country. Mr. ceraraineui, tne cpuiracmr, has dune a job of stune work on this build-tne- that will be a standing; advertisement for htm as loDg as tbe building endurte and that will be a good wnue longer loan he will need advertising in this world. Tbe house Is built of tbe beautiful red brown sand stone quarried at Las Vegas, perfectly uniform In ' color, , Is laid up in "dimension work" that is. the stones are all cut to exact sizes and tbe general effect Is most excellent, in tbe unat settlement between tbe contractor and the board, It was necessary to refer certain items to arbitration, and tbe three gentlemen selected to arbitrate tbe case, wbo were among tbe most competent builders In tbe Territory, pronounced it one of tbe best pieces 01 masonry tney naa ever examined Chas. Fritz' Qood Time. Chas. Fritz, a freighter wbo came up from tbe lower country, yesterday, filled uo on bad whiskey and started out to see tbe town. About midnight, he pulled off bis high-heeled boot for a pillow and lay down for a peaceful sleep In Rosenthal BiO.' doorway . His dreams must have been unpleasant and disturbed, as he awoke and began shooting at random down the street. Billy Reed, tbetooSorlal artist, who happened along .about that time, found it convenient to drop into a cellar way near by. Another, individual, name unknown, to. this reporter, discov ered that be bad urgent busine.-e In the opposite direction from that In which be waa going and be lost 00 time in getting there. . . When the officer's arrived, they found Fritz lying on the flat of bis back, "monarch of all be surveyed." He was arrested and this morning Judge H. S. Wooster added $0 more to tbe expensive good time. Tbe New Time Card. A call bas been issued by General Su perintendent Mudge fof a meeting of the division superintendents of tbe Atcbisoo system in Topeka for tbe purpose of ar ranging tbe details of the new time card, which will go into effect May 8:d. - . No essential change will be made in the running time of any of the trains, and the time of tbe through trains will be neither lengthened nor shortened. After the abolition of tbe daily California train No 3, tbe United States mall which was handled by the limited train west to New ton, will be carried by train No. 1 west of tbat point, makinz tbe distribution sev eral hours later. A Los Angeles Pullman sleeper will be attached to train No. ' each day out of Chicago, with the excep tlon of Wednesday, on which day the once a week limited will run. Individuals immediately connected with tbe hot springs management should be the last ones on earth, it would seem, to dis parage the purchase of needed articles from Las Vegas merchants, though it has been done in a case or two recently -i-par ticularly should they not do so when it is an admitted fact that our home merchants carry in stock as fine lines of goo Is as can be found in tbe establishments of Denver, Kansas City and St. Louie, or any other live western city. G. F. Kennedy is still In a sinking con dition at the Plaza hotel, attended by his mother. He suffers from catarrh of tbe stomach and will probably not survive his present illness. Tbe sick man is engaged in tbe grocery business at Holden, Mo., in partnership with bis brother, and is a per sonal friend of James A. Dick, the Bridge street grocer, who formerly resided in that Missouri town. Rev. James H. Defouri, west side parish priest, bas placed on exhibition at tbe Winters drug establishment a painting, by the Sisters, of Leavenworth,. Kansas, of a hunting scene. It represents a harvest field, In the fall of the year, with a brace of pointers pointing quail for tbe gunners It is true to nature and bas been spoken of highly by those who have looked at it carefully. a The false work on tbe new bridge at Ro sario blew down, yesterday, while tbe car penters were at work and E. J. McCarty, T. J. Clair, Jno. 8. vBlanvelt and O. W. Hart were? seriously hurt They were brought up tb the Las Vegas hospital. W. S. Meserve, son of W. P. F. Meserve, formerly of tbe Las Vegas hot springs, bas leased tbe Plttsfield House, Fittsfleld, Mass., and will open it May 1st. A. Baca, wbo bag been 'in tbe hospital bere for the past week, returned to Ber nalillo, last evening. Awarded i ; Highest Honors World's Fair, 7 Da' AiaVsWUtat MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder, Free from Ammonia, Alum or ny other adulteram 40 YEARS THE STANDARD, . S1 kJ I i, Ltf fi"turo'tf iJ Katun1, C&farM tia II Id Wtn tHathtTk: lrliiitl!. Don Pat Gonzales Visits tilt Bap'lllo vloU.tty, to-day. Harry 0. Constable went up tbe road on No. 4, to-day, L. Gross left to day for Denver, Id searob of a wife, be says. Jeff Keene Is In town from tbe Roolada neigbborbood, to-day. " Mrs. J, B. Lirrasolo boarded last even ing's (rain for El Paso, Texas. A. P. Frtderlck.the post-offloe Inspector, left for Thornton, last evening. J. O. Neafut, of Liberty, is in tbe olty, to-day, a guest of tbe Central hotel. Don Chas. F. Rudulph bas been in the king city of New Mexloo, from Rooiada, to-day, Jesus M. Hernandez. , deputy V. 8, mar shal, returned from a trip up north, last evening. A. E. Bourne, Wm. Bteveos and H. W. Lewis, of Watrous, are registered at the New Optio. Miobael O'Malla, a young Denver at torney, li In tbe city visiting his cousin, Mrs. H. J. Ryan. Rev. and Mrs. B. F. Lawler passed through tor Trinidad, from an extended visit to California. James C. Mllllgaq bas returned to Flag staff, Arizona, where be is engaged In tbe manufacture and sale of brick and lime. Wm. Bootb, wife and children, left to day for their farm In Cherry valley and expect to make that their future borne; ' Mrs. Amada Moore and Francisco Hino Jos left for Puerto da Luna, to-day ; An dres Madril Is In town from tbat locality. H. A. Bruner, of Olathe, Kansas, wbo has been mining down in the City of Mex ico, passed through tbe city for Telluride, Colo. ; - A. L. Conrad and H. Gerpherde, Albu querque; Burt Allison, Hutchinson, Kan sas, and H. B. Winter, Des Moines, Iowa, are registered at tbe Detobt hotel. Rev. James A. Menaulof Albuquerqne, passed through tor Santa Fe, last evening, from a short attendance upon the sittings of tbe Santa Fe presbytery, up at Raton. Max E. Becker, district agent for New Mexico for the Germania life insurance company, is up from Albuquerque, anl C. M. Baker, the Casualty man, Is down from Raton. , - , 1 - ... ..... Jefferson Reynolds is at borne from a southern trip tbat was extended as far down into our lister republic as Parr al, Mexico, a rich mining center, where some railroad building is In progress. Emiterto Gallegos, Zenova; F. E. Bow man and wife, Denver; C. C. Williams, Springfield, 111.; James Radford, Trinidad ; Clem Sobmitt, Kansas City ; C. F, Ru dulph, Rpciada, pot up at tbe Plaza hotel. COURT CULLINQS.r Fieri facial. . - - Cause it to be done. The Blossburg postoffloe robbery case is still on trial in the district' court. . ' Sciplo Aguilar will be arraigned on the 20th inst. for the murder of the Goke freighters. : y Ti : The cases against Maria Trujillo and Ireneo Flores have been continued till the next term of court. . . ;i . , Juaa G.iUegos, of Los Valles da San A gust in, was a witness before the Ter ritorial grand jury.., :',;v The U. 8. grand jury has returned sev eral no true bills and some indictments, aboot nineteen, in all. The case against Tomes' Garduno, of Union county, charged with perjury, goes over till another term. - v ' . The trial of Fernando Villanoueva, Fa' bian Chacon and Rioardo Ualiegos have been set down for tbe24th. Luciano Salaear and wife, of Watrous, have kissed and made up and a stop has been put to tbe divorce proceedings. Jesus Ma. Tafoya Is foreman of the Ter ritorial grand jury; Chas. L. Hernandez, clerk, and Malaquias Baca, interpreter. Timoteo Romero, lately a street ear driver, figures in tbe Territorial court as one of the bailiffs on the sheriff's staff. Pat Young was subpeonaed to appear be fore the Territorial grand jury, prepared toanswer such interrogations as might be propounded to him. : Tbe murder trial of Lozaro Abeytia has been set for tbe 20th; that of Jose , Chavez y Chavez, for tbe killing of young Gabriel Sandoval, for tbe 29th. ,t L. J. Meyer, the street sprinkler, drew a day's fees tor attendance before the U. S. grand jury and pay for the four miles, supposed to have been traveled in going over to tbe tern pie of Justice.; ' Criminal cases set down for trial on tbe 22nd inst. are tbe Territory against Pablo Lucero, assault with intent to murder; Francisco Ortiz, discharging a pistol In a settlement; Bias Sanohes, forgery." ' Marcos Gonzales, of Los Valles de San Agustin.drew bis pay from the court fund. but will linger In town In the hopes of se curing the indictment of tbe parties wbo have been killing his cows for a. longtime. Proof of publication bas been filud la tbe district clerk's office in the. chancery case of Dr. F. E. Finney and wife, of La Junta. Colo., against H. J. Franklin and wife, of Colorado Springs, a suit to foreclose mort gage. . .. ,. . . Tbe following approved accounts of U. H. commissioners have been forwarded to the attorney general's office in Washing ton: Ollie E. Smith, of Clayton, (67.20; M. A. Otero, cf Las Vegas, $245.80; J. H. Sutberlin, of Santa Fe, $481.1S. In the matter of the assignment of Her man Goldberg, np at Raton, Judge Smith has caused to be entered an order that Geo. B. Beringer, tbe assignee, shall give notice, on or bebore April 20tb, of the time and place of receiving claims against the estate. He is also cited to appear before. the court on April 24th and make a show ing of facts and figures. ' v.- ' Dr. J. C. Slack, register of tbe Clayton laud office, being a salaried official in the employ of the government, is allowed only tbe actual nxpense incurred in attending the slttingiof an United States court. Yen terday be drew (30 15 at tbe district clerk's offUe, with the hope that he wouldn't be out of pocket any by tbe time he reaches his Union county home, across tbe country. An Attendant Wanted. An invalid soldier of Las Veeu. a-ntnir to tbe soldiers' home at Santa Monloa.CsI.. wishes an attendant on the train. Parties at a distance, going through, will be paid for tbeir services, Address City Physician, or City Marshal, East Las Vegas. New Mexico, , et , Flfit.cliiss Oo'.kU m, LrnVrst trlcc Fancy and 3taplS ...Groceries. Fruits and Vegetable, Fish and Oysters. ... in Season. Telephone 10. TRACK AND TKAIN. A. L. Conrad, traveling auditor, reaobed tbe city, last evening, C. G. Suboles, assistant superintendent of telegraph, came In from tbe north, last evening. Ted Selby, a special agent for the A. t P., was a sooth-bound passenger for Albu querque, last evehiog. v. . Harry J. Franklin, of tbe Atjhlson, was at Wagon Mound, yesterday, settling a sheep claim of some sort. i J. E. Ducbanois, who built tbe reservoir for the Atchison company, up at Tbatober station, reached the city, last evening. W, J. Lewis, tbe railroad stone contrac tor, reached Las Vegas from Moriey sta tion, up In tbe Raton mountains, last even Ing. . .. ... Tbe thirty-six ear loads of did Mexico cattle that were stopped bere under the quarantine law, have been released and sent on east. L. M. Murphy, president of the Santa Fe, Prescott & Pboenix railroad, was a through passenger west on -tbe early train, ibis morning. Tbe Interstate oommerce commission has Issued a preliminary report of tbe railway business of the country for the year ending June 80th, 1895. Engineer Maher and Fireman O'Hare, of the southern division of the Atchison, have been released from service for fight ing bile tn duty. v "'' L. P. Downey bas resigned his position as car foreman of the Atchison at Welling ton, Kansas, and A. M. Winger has' been appointed to succeed him. , Beauregard Lee, of Raton, en Atchison special agent, went through for El Paso, last evening, accompanied by tbe rich wife of bis bosom and her father. Mrs. F. P. .Waring, wife of tbe (chief clerk In tbe freight oAlcevhere, bas gone to Chicago, meeting her daughtar at Burling game, Kansas, and belog accompanied by bar, .. ' -; ' -' ; Thos. Smith, for the past three years general foreman of tbe Raton shops, has resigoed his position, to take effect as soon as relieved. He will probably return to his farm in Illinois. Panhandle lodge 103, of the brotherhood of railway trainmen, of Trinidad, Col.j will give their sixth annual ball on the evening of April 24th, in tbe Jaffa opera house, in that city. 'The jury in the United States district court, at Pueblo, Colo., In tbe case of Gil bert, the A. K. U. striker, who sued United States Marshal Israel for (5,000 for false imprisonment, returned a verdict In favor of tbe defendant. Ike Robblns, a brakeman on the Atchi son working with Conductor G jrrell on train 0.89, met with a . painful" accident while on his run between Argentine and Emporia, Kansas. Tbe train made a sud den stop and Mr. Robbins was thrown for ward through the window of the cupola l the caboose, severely lacerating his face on A SHIPMENT OF ; . Dillcious a v Texas Strawberries Daily Expected. The Grocer. the broken fragments of glass. He was brought to Emporia where his wounds were dressed. He returned to his home at Argentine : end will be obliged to retire from his duties for several days. At tbe last meeting of the brotherhood of loo-motive engineers, down st San Mar cial, the following officers were Installed: W. ,E. Worrell, C. E. 5 Wm. Ewlng, F. E. ; J. B. Simmons, S. E. ; J. W. Lyons, T. A. E.; W m. Hockett, S. A. E ; Isaac Hollo way, i A. E.; E. Comstock, Guide; Sid Hockett,' Chaplain; Ed. Manning, Insur ance Agent.. The new (75,000 Atchison hospital in To peka Is. now practically completed, and tbe final Inspection will probably take place In a day or two. This inspection will be made by the board of trustees, which is composed of General Manager J. J. Frey, General Superintendent H. V. Mudge, Superintendent of r Machinery John Player,' Conductor E. E.; Ives and Engi noer William Hamilton. Two of the three boilers, which formerly. furnlsbed steam for the Atchison shops in Topeka.and which were removed after tbe new boilers were placed in position, were found on Inspection to be in fair condition, and accordingly given a thorough course of repairing. One of these boilers bas already been sent to the company shops at La Junta., CoL, and the other will shortly be forwarded to the shops at Arkansas City. This will give the La Junta shops three boiler power, arid the Arkansas City shops two. The third boiler; Was f6unl to be practically worthless. :-v The Southern Paciflo "railway company is soon to make an important innovation In discipline of its engineers, firomen, con ductors, baggagemen, brakemen and switchmen. These workmen will not be suspended for minor offenses henceforth, but a record of tbeir merits and de merits will be kept- and tbe com pany will dismiss or benefit in accordance with the showing made. If tbe rlan proves a success as to tbe trainmen, it will be ex tended to various other employes of the corporation. Of.." course, tbe change will not prevent instant discharge Of men guilty of gravi offenses. - People wishing to Bell or buy Improved or unimproved real estate will do well to see U. a. Hutchison & Co. ' 285 tf Vnr nurtins. aoncArta and soMata Mnft Rosenthal Hroi'. ball. ' - Ma.tr I 60 l t if!! "niB SnorleSer Boot and Sliue MAGOfJlCTEMPLE.. The Largest and Best Assorted Stock of !,:-; ' . Call at-r zjtv HAY. GRAIN. SEEDS. ; New Mexico. Seed House. GENERAL COMMIOOIOfJ DUOINEOO. ' Successor to HARTMAN & WEIL. G. Superb : $2.7S silk : to Waists. $6.75 . For beauty of material, Rugs . and 20c ' Carpets, yard. We are receiving daily additions to our already large stock, and have Just unrolled some exception ally attractive ratterns of Axminster brussels and Beveilans. You know we ' measure rooms, cut, sew, and lay carpets in best manner and at lowest charge. Just to Please ; the Boys $ Girls, elegance of cut and correct ness of style,, .these new waists far surpass any shown bere before,' and the prices are just right. Bhould any one fail to be suited in the made np gar tuents we have a rich array of fancy silks In five and s'x yard patterns, no two alike, from which to Bolect, with a certainty tbat no one the will wear a duplicate. Height Lowness of of Style, Prices, Are the s'riking features of our spring Mantles: . A "eat, tan cl'oth cape, Mi nn handsomely jbraided 34.UU A rich, satin brocade mij nn n antle, lined In Per- vP.UU sian sHk. . 123 Cans r , ' Commencing to morrow . we will giye with every $2.00 cash purchase,; One Natty, Fancy Cloth Cap; a W 00 purchase, two cap, and so on while they last. Don't be one of tbe disap pointed people, who wait too late; there are only 123 cape. . ' ; SPECIAL SALE -: - . AT THE ' ,;, , Cash Novelty Dry Goods Store, 10 yds. Fruit of the Loom Muslin, 1 yd. wide, for 7Qc 20 1 Amoskeag Apron Check Ginghams for SI. OO 0 Merrimack Indigo Blue Prints for 3..QO Best Quality Percales, i yd. wide, worth lac, at 8c Extra Heavy White Bed Spreads, worth $1.35, at 95c Ecru Lace Curtains, f&Xil', special, 75c per pair ii Mousq, Ladies' White Chamois Gloves, $1.00 pair, Boys Clothing and Hothers' Friend Shirtwaists. pry; levy 1 m ' . ' ; Sixth Street, Opposite Postoffice. WAGlli DEALERS IN Great Western Stoves Ranges. CASOLIflE STOVES. Full Assortment, of Graniteware and Tinware, J - Agricultural Implements. : ; Masonic Temple, East Las Vegas. . ynULLAM BAASOH, ' who is willing to stand or fall on his ' t merits u. baker, haa constantly oneaJeatthe LAS VEGAS BAKERY '" ..ppposltypstofflce, West Side. ! mXBH BREAD, GAKIS AITD PIES BpMlai order. fiUed on abort notice. Jilt. SMITH, Prop'r. Location: On the hot springs branch rail way, Bast Las, Vegas, Hew Jlexioa. y BRAN. FLOUR, GRAIN ... AND FEED. Tour Patronage Solicited - Handles the Only IN THE MARKET. see XKCEii Plumbing !g Tinning; i 1 Las Vegas Roller Mill Steel Range Stoyes BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS In the City. New Designs Attractive Prices Up-to-Date Styles and See Our Ladies' 20th Centurj Shoes. B. WOODS. Ingrain Imported in Full Decorated Dinner China Of exquisite design and elegaut sbape, just unpack ed and exhibited in base ment salesroom, are well worthy a visit of inspection. Glass Sale. During tbe rem.inder of the week, we will sell las- ware at special rices, for Afflmnln; 52'c per Dozen, Given Away! for etched band tumblers, (reductd from 7S cents) and 75s psr Dozen, for fine chrytal tumblers, (reduced from $1.10 In four pretty styles, imitation cnt, fluted base, engraved initial, and plain. .- Note We have many new things iu Sterling tiilver. Real Cut Glass, and some fine pieces of Holland Delft J. THORN HILL; Florist anfl Lanflscaps Garflener. , . . ; Particular attention paid to pruning trees, etc. - DYERS, ROSENTHAL BRO S. Unusual Business, ssas- ---.Brightness and Bustle, All Through the Big Corner Store. rioney-Saving at this Store, Is as Sure as there is Money-Making in the Mint, Every Item a. HedCottey-Savesrx 69c 69 c wiiibny 103rch.rf.Lom. dale Muslin, yard-wide. vill buy 10 yds. of Fruit of the Loom muslin, yard wide. will buy 10 yds. of Law rence L. L. unbleached muslin, yard-wide, will buy 10 )ds. of good unbleached muslin. . - 48c 39c" ' For 4 t wmmw Wholesale Grocers - "AND" wool East Las Tegas and Albuquerque, New Mexico. ' Q ROSS, BLACK WELL & KELLY WOOL, ioo. 102 and 104 North Second St., St. Xouis, Mo. PRKJ6 IS We Can Fit You Out With a NoBliy Spring Suit or Overcoat In fact, we have the only Up-to-Datc Spring Clothing, that is being shown in this city. . '''J Glance at our windows when you pass, and see the BOyCiB Br&Sll 4 finest line of Neckwear, Hats and Shirts, in , the city. Sterling T. BRASH, Syracuse f . Bicycles. J Up-to-Dato Clothier and Haberdasher O. L. HOUGHTON -DEALER IN Hardware, Stoves & AgriGnltnral Implements OF ALL KINDS - A large stock of" Stoves and Flows now on hand, whioh will be sold a little! above cost. These goods are all warranted to be ol the very best make in th United States, and to give perfect Satisfaction. ' - At the Old Stand on Center Street. EAST LAS VEGAS. N, M. AGUA PURA COMPANY WHOLESALE DEAXER IN PURE MOUNTAINIIGi Lateuni Storage In Las Yegas Hot Springs Canoe. -nnULSul Capacity 50,000 Tons Our Ice Is pure, firm and clear, and gives entire satisfaction to pur many patrons. - r -. Office: 620 Douglas Ave., East Las Vegas, N.M t Ww Millinery Store. 7 v,.Hiave just received a nice line of MILLINERY GOODS, PATTERN HATO, . tc, and am an experienced trimmer. Also do dress cutting and making, by a tailor system. Fit any form. . I solicit the ladies of Las Vegas tb call and see my goods and get my prices. - b Mrs. R. 83 Kenestrick, PHttNIX MEAT MARKET, J. billon, Prop. Dealer in all kinds of . FRESH MEATS, HAMS AND BACON, Fish j Game and Poultry in Season. ORDERS SOLICITED. Agency: :'- -f , , Thompson's Glove Fitting Corsets. Her Majesty" Corsets R. & G. Corsets Ferris' Good-Sense Waists Nazareth Children's' Seam r ; les.s Ribbed -Waists"' Vertesy h nursay and ELL & HL DealervS HERE! 602 Douglas Ave., East Las Vegas. The Lyons House, 809 South Railroad Ave., Near Depot. EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS. Elegantly Furnished Rooms. . Tab'es set with everything the Market affords. Price reasonable. MRS. Si MORSE, - - Proprietress. OQ yd. for 36-111.. black mo "OOO hair briliiantine worth 50c 34c 35c 49c yd. for 36-in.- all wool fetorm serge, black or navy, well worth 50c yd. for 36-in. black, bro cade Alpacas. Are well worth 50c will buy 10 yds. of Amos, keog Check Ginghams, . hrlday.