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VOL XVII.
EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, FJRIDAY EVENING, APR IL 17, 1890.
NO. 143
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BUILDING AND LOAN
The Responsibility of Officers
of These Associations Fixed
; by Law.
BULAWAGO IS CAPTURED
A Case Almost Without Parallel
Exciting London Clubs and
, Police Circles.
GREER COUNTY ALL RIGHT
Chicago, Illinois, " April 17.
The publishers of legal news in this
city are being fairly besieged with ap
plications from lawyer and persons
interested in building and loan socie
ties throughout the country for copies
of Judge Dunne's recent decision la the
Forester's building and loan associa
, lion against the bondsmen of its treas
urer. The case Is one involving the liabil
ity of the treasurers of such associa
tions and the decision rendered this
week has attracted the attention of
building and loan association subscrib
es throughout the country because of
the belief it has created inat tf the
decision, if, upheld by the higher courts,
will rtmuve in a great measure the
responsibility of the association's ofll
. cers for the funds deposited in their
keeping. .
In 1892, the treasurer of the Fores
ters' association deposited funds in a
private - bank,, an hour before the
bank closed its doors. The association
lost 5,000 by the failure, and it
brought suit against the treasurer and
his bondsmen.
The bond provided for the safe keep
ing of the funds by the treasurer and
guaranteed the turning over of the
money to bis successor in office. The
evidence showed that the money wai
deposited in the name of the associa
tion, but subject to the order of its
treasurer. The court consequently
held that this was a turning over, ac
cording to the terms of the bond, ana
decided for the defendants.
Cold Way..
rnoKNix, ArizDna, April 17 A
cold wave struck here, to-day, the
mercury dropping from 85 degrees to
42 degrees above zero.
' Prisoners Executed
Havana, Cuba, April 17 Tbreo
prisoners of war. who werecaptwed In
the attack upon - Managua,' were
executed, this morning, at Cabana
fortress.
Overtaken by Death. - ""
' CBicaoo . Illinois, April 17.
Edward Patridge, one of the most
prominent and wealthy board of trade
operators in this city, died to-day, of
Bright's disease.
. Deadly Explosion.
Peoria, 111 , April 17. Two men
were instantly killed and three badly
injured by an explosion of converters
at the works of the American glucose
company, this morniog. The fourth
stoty of the works is completely
. wrecked. ...
Government Blamed.
London, England, April 17 Uo
confirmed rumors are current in this
city that Buiawago has been captured
by the Matabeles. Considerable
jnoxiety is felt regarding tbe South
African situation and the government
is loudly blamed for its inaction.
Farm Flooded.
Kkmptvillk, One, April 17 Farms
for miles around this city are sub
merged by back water in the Kidiau
river, caused by an ice jam. It is
feared that much live 8 to 3k wilt be lost
in consequence. ;
Ash land, Wis., April 17 All
streams in northern Wisconsin are rut
of their bancs. ' For miles the country
is flooded.
Greer County Organized.
. Washington,' 1). C, April 17 f-1he
jud.'ciary committee of the bouse, to
day, completed the bill f'.r tbe organ
ization of Greer county, adding it to
.Cklaboma Terrritory, with Mungnm
as tba-county seat. It authorizes the
V governor of Oklahoma to appoint the
county ofliuers, and validates all the
acts of tbe courts while the county was
considtred a part of the state of Texas.
(Settlers will receive their lands free.
- The New Commander.
' Sam Francisco, Cel., April 17 The
Salvation army officers of all tbe vari.
ous corps located on IhePacifiu coast,
are gathering in San Francisco in an
ticipation of tbe arrival of their new
commander, Mrs. Booth-Tucker, and
in view of the elaborate preparations
now making, it is eapected that the
demonstration of welcome on that oc
casion will surpass anything pt the
kind ever seen in this part of the ooun-
A Pop Committee.
Hastings. Neb., April 17 The
Mate central committee of the popu
lists is in session here, to day, fur the
purpose of formulating a planlor the
eleetion of fifty-seven delegates to tbe
national convention, and to fix a date
for the state nominating convention.
The delegates to be selected will, go to
St. Louis favoring tbe nominutiou of
Senator William V . Allen for the first
mtaceon the ti ket, and will probably
fee iwtrncted to vote for him first, last
sod an tie lime. 1 bis, at least, is the
srnanimous aentiment of the members
Of the state central committee. Th-y
r( moreover, an utre silverttes, and
prediat that the declaration, for the
goid jBuuard an thn part of the r
lnblican and democratic conventions
throughout the country will force a
einion of the free silver forces and tbe
f opuliti party at their conrentlons In
it. Louis nest July.
WITHOUT PARALLEL.
An Illegitimate Son I. Helped Out of Orav
Trouble.
JSkw York. ti. Y., April 17
A London dispatch says: A case al.
most without parallel is just now at
trading wide attention both in tbe
clubs and in police circles. About
month ago, - a distinguished- looking
foreigner, who gave his name as
Adolpb Beck, wa convicted at tbe Old
Bailey and sentenced to seven years'
imprisonment on the charge of robbing
and defrauding no less than ten
women. His modus operandi was to
haunt fashionable stores and prome
nades in the west end, make the ac
quaintance of ; young - widow and
others, get himself mvl(ed to their
homes, represent bimself as a member
of the peerage, and then make away
with all tbe jewelry add other valu.
ables in their apartments that he could
lay his baods on. - i
On the trial, each woman positively
identified him, and the detectives tea
tified that four years ago he was sen
tenced to nine months' imprisonment
for a similar effence. It now turns out
that tbe convicted man's lawyers have
sent a statement to -the borne olnoe
setting forth that he is coo ore ted bp
birth witb tbe court f bwedeu; tbat
he was not in England at the time of
bis previous conviction, and that in the
recent trial he ires the victim of mis
taken identification. ; It is also under
stood that tba home department has
entered into communication with King
Oscar, of Sweden, on the eubj ct of
tbe prisoner's identity, Aba tbe gossip
at the clubs has it that he Is the illegiti
mate son of parties very close to the
Swedish throne.: On the trial, be re
fused to make any statement concern
ing bis antecedents, but it is significant
tbat a few days after bis conviction,
tbe bank with which be had done
business received a large sum from
Stockholm to be placed to his credit.
"." " JOINT DEBATE.
BetwMn Stat. Unlvenltle. of MlnnesoU and
,.. , . Wisconsin.. -.-- :.
Minneapolis, Minn., April 17
Young collegians will turn out in force
in the University cbtpel, tbis evening,
for the great annual joint debate be
tween tbe representatives of tbe uni
versities of Minnesota and ; Wisconsin,
and additional interest attaches to the
event from the fact that each univer
sity scored at the two preceding de
bates, and that consequently this one
will decide the tie.
The question to he argued indicates
that the young men. pj ihesfiutirgi, great
institutions of learning are doing some
decidedly lively thinking on a matter
rf grave national import. Jt . is as
follows.:. ',. "Would rrbb'iound policy
for congress to legalizi contracts for
the division of competitive freight
earnings of railway companies engaged
ia interstate commerce, provided tbat
all such pooling contracts before going
into effeot shall be filed with the inter
state commerce commission, which
shall have the power "to suspend or
abrogate suoh oontraots Whensoever,'
in the opinion of such commission,
said contracts are detrimental to pub
lic policy P"
A CONTEST POSTPONED. '
New York', N." T.,'i April 17. The
big inter-unlversity oratorical, contest
between debating teams representing
Columbia University arid the Univer
sity of Chicago, which was; to have
been held in this cry, to-day, has been
indefinitely postponed on account of
tbe eleventh-hour dedication of the
western debaters to agree to anything
like satisfactory or reasonable terms
for the debate. .
Outtts ot Honor.
Pasadena, Cal , April " 17. The
delegates to the Hotel Men's national
convention . arrived .here- to day,' and
with one accord they agreed that they
are having a right royal time of it.
Yesterday they were gloriously enter
tained at Santa Barbara, having been
the guests "of honor at the flral festi
val. This morning's program included
a drive to Baldwin's celebrated ranch.
At 1 o'clock tbey , will: take a train at
Arcadia, reaching UddLgnds at 3 p.
in., where there will be an; hour's re
ception, and continuing on -to Riverside,
which will be reached at 6 o'clock,
Here they will be entertained to-night
and to-morrow afternoon. 3l
For tbe purpose of reducing the expenses
of the office, three employes of the fuel de
partment of tbe Atchison hare been re
leased, at Toreka. They are F.T. Wood
atd, C. H. Shannon and 3. J. Cody.' Tbi.
make a reduction of five employe, in that
department, two men having been releas
ed, some time ago. . .: '
SPECIAL NOTICES.
W
ANTED position a. Housekeeper.
Apply at ventral notei. f. 113 tr
F
OR RENT Furnished rooms.convenlent
to both towns; centrally located.' In
quire at The Oft c office.
U2 tf
WANTED Fir t-class salesman In New
Mexico who ha. acquaintance with
tbe mine, and factories to sell cur goods on
salary or commlpslon. Address, The Stod
dard Oil tompouod Co,, Cleveland, O.
FOtt RSNT A seven-room honse; flrst
clar condition. Apply to M. M. Sundt
at Hill's planing mill, or at the corner of
Fourth and Washington street. 187 tf
T ANTBD Position as governess or coiu-
IV pamon. win. travel or ko wto too
country, Address, Hill. M. Smith, Lns
Animas, Colo.
TOB SALE Cheap for rash, a fully
V equipped restaurant. In Bland, N. M.
For fut tber Information apply to B H
Shaw, Uland.N.H. 106-26t
11TB MUST HAVR HELP. We" Day men
VV and women 110 to 118 per mwt for
any nonje vrori. no dook. or peaunnK.
Steady eMployment fiuaranteed. Bend
.tamp for work and ptirtloular. at once.
H-HMANN A HKVMoLii, i;S Bputb Sixth
street, Phlliulelpbla, 10. . SO -tf
- f fANTKD-F.vary'wdT to know that TH1
W Orrio'. Job Office doe. neas and tasty
work, of all kind., and at mok raasoaabl.
iwlse. . ' --.v-
vTatjted AfJ IDEA&!
thing to patent? ProtwtyonrMia : (h- f i. iy
brltijf you wealth. Write JOH.M WUUiiiKt
riJHN fe tJO., l'alnt Attorneys, WfttiiiiuaUiB,
p, C tut their Ji,! jiriita oU.ii, , 7
A QUITE CLOSE CALL
Bpb Fitzsimmons Narrowly Es
capes Being Electrocuted at
Cleveland, Ohio. '
FOR ELKINS OR Mc KIN LEY
Heayy Snow Storms Interfering
With Sheep Shearing Up
; In Wyoming.
FIVE CHILDREN PERISH
Cleveland, Ohio, April 17. On
account of tbe unusual warmth of the
weather, Bob Fltziimmons, tbe buily
orize.fi?bter. chained his pet lion on
the roof of Rumsey'a gymnasium
last niirht. Fitzslmmons visited his
pet at midnight, and calling to him.
tbe lion sorancr to met him. Ine
chain came in contact with the electric
wires and the lion, in agony, leaped
from the roof, drawing the chain
across the pugilist's thighs. The beast
was electrocuted and Fiizsimmons nar
rowly escaped tbe same death bimself
, Children Pariah.
TrTDMtrn'a furl. Man . Anrll 17.
Five children were smothered, to-day,
hv a fira in a. fnnr-ntorr tenament. One
crippled child escaped from the build
ing by sliding down tbe clothes line.
All the victims were under twelve years
or age. . r. .
Bad lor Shearing.
Bawlins, Wyoming, April 17.
Hevy snow storms started here, early
tbis morning, with a strong wind and
a falling temperature. As sneep snear-
ing has begun in several places, it is
feared that it will result in a loss to
the newly-shorn sheep. . '
ELKINS OR M'KINLEV.
Weet Virginia Republkani Instructed for
.. ThoM Candidate.
Elkins, W. Va., April 17 The re
publican county convention of Ran
dolph county, tbe home of Stephen B.
Elkins, yesterday adopted a strong
resolution instructing delegates to the
state and district conventions to sup
port delegates to the national republi
can convention at St. Louis, who favor
Elkins for president, and in the event
that be is not a candidate, to support
McKinley.
, A one. FanVMM Slow-' "'
New ioAK,' N Y, April 17.
A Londop'dispa'oh says:' Manual Gar
cia, tbe once famous singer, is to-day
celebrating his ninety-first birthday,
and many friends : among the music
loving public of the metropolis have
deluged him with congratulations and
tokens of their esteem. Garcia, who
was born in Madrid, was taken to
Naples when a youth and became a
pupil of the . tenor Anzani. Later, he
became a professor at the Paris con
servatory, and also at tbe Royal acad
emy of music io London. He is best
known to the present generation as the
teacher of Jenny Lind.
' . Th Keynote Sounded.
Cincinnati, Ohio, April 17
'Sound Money" is the topic upon
which Comptroller of the Currency
James II Eckels speaks, this after
noon, to the chamber cf commerce,
the clearing house association and the
commercial club, the tbree leading
commercial and .financial organisa
tions of this city. The comptroller,
comes here by ppecUl invitation, and
his speech Is intended as tbe keynote
for the "sound monej " niea of both
parties. -
- .i Chicago Blaze.
Chicago, Illinois, April 17. Fire
at No: 45 Jackson street, this city, to-
day, caused a loss of $75,000 to $100,'
000. Five firms suffer from the con
11 igration. . "
Your Stomach.
Disease elsewhere cannot be conquered,
if your stomach does not do its work well.
Macbeth mtoeia water Is a certain cure
for Indigestion and other disorders ot the
stomach. Begin in the proper manner to
build up your system by drinking Macbeth
water, fresh from the well-every morning.
At Roth's meat market. 114-tf
Now located on Sixth street, two doors
r ' north of the Postoffioe,
TiiipMPlmli
A Specialty.
r-The Finest Line of . ' '
Stoves and Steel Ranges
In the City.
'' Heating apparatus, beavy sheet Iron
work, etc., contracted for at the bottom
price. Let us figure on your woik... .
New Millinery.
MR5.L.H0LLENWACER,
a leader In this Hub of business, has lost
received
be Brat installment of bt'KtU
NOVELTIES,
Ladies are Invited to call
and examine,
,: A Oress-Kakinfl De?artuent, ' 1
making a specialty of fine work, 1. in
chart. of Min Hanlon. (la'a of BulleOe,
Moor. & Emory's, of Kansas City) an
adept in the art of cutting, fitting and do
ing fine work. Tba patronage of tbe ladies
Is solicited. AH work guaranteed. Trice.
from in.QO qp.
B. C. PITTENGER & CO.
OTEAL1 LAUriDRY.
Goods called for
and delivered., ,
Highest of all in Leavening Powers-Latest U. S. Gov't Report '
xcy
. Arbor Day...
Denver, Colo., April 17.Under
the act of tbe legislature passed in
1889, the third Friday la April is
designated as arbor day, and this year
the observance will be more general
than in any previous one, owing to the
stirring address issued by Colorado's
woman state superintendent of public
instruction, Mrs. Feavey, and whiob
has been distributed to school teachers
and pupils throughout the state. In
It she says tbat plants and trees are
tbe greatest teachers of immortality,
and that they should be cultivated . by
all who lave humanity in their hearts,
Si-bikqfieu), III , April 17 In ao
oordance with Governor Altgeld's
proclamation, arbor day is being ob
served throughout the state by the
planting rf trees, shrubs and Woes
about homes and felong the highways
oi public grounds of tbe common
wealth. :v-: "" ; ' - .''
Kate, to City of Mexico.
La. Veoas, N, M., March 8th, 1806.
r.ound trip rate to City ot Mexloo, from
La Vegas, $60.70. Doing limit, sixty
day., with float return limit, of six month.
from data ot sal. .
i ; - RATB8 TO PHOKNlX. ' '
Tourist rates to Phoenix, Aria., and re
turn from Las Vega. $48.60. Limits,
fifteen days, in each directiou, with final
limit of six months.
tf i V' C. F. Johbs, Agent, ,
: - Encampment Rate.
"O. A. R." encampment at Raton, N. M.,
April 24th and 25th, 1896; from Las Vegas
to Raton and return, $4.45; ticket, on sal.
April 24th and 25th, '06, final return limit.
April 26th, '96. Continuous passage In
eaob direction. - C. F, Jokks,
'..j.'v ;.' . . - Agent.
Center St., Bast Las Vegas.
CHARLES WRIG HT, Prop'r.
Best Twenty-five Cent .
Meals in Town.. . . . . .
Table, .applied with everything the mar
ket auroras, fatronage solicited.
Go to
CRITEC
' FOR-
Barnains in Furniture,
And Household Goods of all kinds.
Next door to P. O , Bast Las Vegas,
Las Vegas Roller (Vli
J. K. SMITH, Prop'n
Location: On the hot springs branoh rail
way, Hast Las Vegas, new Mexloo.
BRAN, FLOUR, GRAIN
F AND FEED.
Your Patronage Solicited
S. PATTY
.1 ; --vr- ;' ; --, ;V
. j Handles the Only ' --
Steel Hange Stoyes
f IN THE MAKKEX. .
Plumbing is; Tinning,
THE LAS VEGAS
BtrEBt Railway,
s JOHN SHANK, Manager,
Car every fifteen minutes, from 8. a. va.
to 8 p. m. - "
200 tickets for $5.00 ! , . '
: " : 100 tickeU for 8.60
23 tickets for 11.00 V
O. S. ROGERS,
Practical Horse-Shoer,
LAS VEGAS, lsik.p t
; . ? "
No. ?, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west end ot
: . . bridge.
Special attention given to brand
ing irons', and general blacksmith
ing and woodwork. All work
promptly don and satisfaction
guaranteed.
Rabst Beer,
JOE METER, All
The world's famous , Pabst
Keg Beer is now on tap at the
following places, at 5c per glass:
PACE BELL,
QUINLX BENJAMIn,
, SAVILLE, RALPH OLDHAM.
CLARE FORSYTHE,
. W. 8. STASDISH.
Montezuma Restauran
Second
Hand
Store
II
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C3.a)TCKr DUDE ' '
BUSINESS POINTERS.
Walter Beardenj
Trinidad, Colo,;;
assay.r and chemist
187-M
A meal of plenty', well cook.d and serv
ed, at tb ftew Brunswick. -' 106-tf
r y Mm j..,
Wallpsper and picture mouldings, all
new 1896 patterns, ; at H. O. Coors' 136tf :
., ; -
Hartmjan' Is agent for Wanamaker A
Brown and Mills & Merrill, fine tailor
made clothing. ' Bee .ample at Uartman'S
store. ...i- ... ,-. , . - 60-tf .
For pa&nting your Jb'ou:e, Shervln Wil
liams' ready-mixed paint is the best and
tbe cheapest, and for, your walls, kalsom
ioe, to b. had at tbe olj town hardware
store, new building; D. WinterniU. 126-tf
J I mm ' , . '(
-f- ' i .
Just received, goods for the season: Gar
den tools', rubber and cotton hose, .prink
lers, novates, coupling., menders, etc.;
poultry' netting and soreenwire; price
to soil the times, at H. G. Coors', . llltf
.1 ' j Ward Block, Railroad Ave.,
V Mrs, 'Wm. Ooin, Prop.
''I K'i? Tables Served 'With '
1 mRYTHING M SEASON AFFORDS
Cooked and Served la the Highest Order.
t Meats, 250. Board by week,' f5.
A trial Will convince you of the merit ot
: THE MODEL RESTAURANT.
:l ?'. OF LAS
Capital Paid in -
-..., UFFIOKBSt .
DB. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President, ' . "'::
' .!( FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President.
,jLj?:" D. T. HOSKLNS, Cashier. v . ; - ' ,
" ; '
. O INTEREST PAID
THE "";v";;.
LAS VEGAS
SAVINGS BANK.
B3"Bave ydor earninirs by depositine: them
they will bring yon an income. Every dollar saved, i two dollar ma.de."
h A large and complete line of H
! Plows and Points .
Kept constantly on hand, together with
Garden Hose, Wire Netting,
Poultry and Fence Wire,
C STOVES AND RANGES .
of every description. .
Your patronage is solicited at the
Old Town Hardware Store,
NEW BUILDING,! a ""::
D. WINTERNITZ.
a. tf BOSEMTIIAL & C
; 826 & .328 Railroad Ayenut, .
. '"'"... 'I-. oBAiBsic;,t J:,;t ":'s - '
i5EN ER All IVi ERCH AN D ISE
Ranoh tviprlios cx looolo-lty.
Goods delivered fre: to all parts of the city. Call and examine our stoo ot
fore pnrchasing,' and be ionrineed o our low prices.
WSt" .. Complete line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand.
A. A. WISE, Hotary Publto. Established X881. P. C. HOOSBXT.
i WISEW& HOaSETT,- '
LOANS AND REAL ESTATE,
Sixth and Douglas Aves., East Las VegM, N. M. '
Improved and Unimproved Lands and City Property for sale. . Investments made and
attended to for Noo-r.sidents. Titles examined, Rents collected and Taxes paid.
io yds. Lonsdale for7f)c
io yds. Bear Hill Cambric for 79c ,
Robt. L M. Ross,
Real Estate
-AND INSURANCE AGENT.
Prices to Sut He Times,
Lots from $100 np
' .' - - '
SOLE ' 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 Ditches. Office on ,
SO FLOOil, TA1ME OPERA KOUiE. E. US VEOM.
: F. OAKLEY,
- Successor to J. 8. Elston,
HbnsB aid Sip PaMte,
Glazing, Paper Hanging, Etc.
Shop j Opposite Express Office.
TELEPHONE 57.
JOHN HILL,
CONTRACTOR aM BUILDEB.
" ' llanufaetnrerf " . '
Sash and Doors, . m
' Mouldings, ' !
Scroll Sawing, , '
' ' Surfacing and Matching
Eletitrit Mill
and Office Corner ef Blanohard street and
Grand avenue.
EAST IAS VEGA - ' NEW HEX
VEGAS.
- .
0100,000.
50,000.
F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashlej.-
OH TTMK DEPOSITS t
Hbnky Goks, Pres . -.
. , ; H- W. Keixt, Vioe Pres.
. D. T. Bo8kims, Trear.
Paidjup capital, $30,000.
In the Las Vioas Bavmss Bahk, where
Ho deposits received of less than Jl.' ' ,
Interest paid on all deposit, of $0 and over.
The
Dandy
Wind
Mill.
None :
Better.
M CARRIAGE REPOSITORY.
V " The finest line of Carriages, Buggies,
W Landau., Siurey., Pbseton. and Road
Cart. In th Southwest, ot tbe best
manufacture --
I Idvery and Feed Btablea. .
, i . tRinri - ti - : ' vecjis
Our Grand 79 Cent
io yds.
10 yds.
As good as Lonsdale.
io yds. Black Ground Figured Sateen
First National Bank,
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
JEFFERSON RAYNOLDS, President
JOHN W. ZOLLARS, Vice-President. A. B; SMITH, Cashier.
F. N. SMUU, Assistant Cashier.
Accounts Received Subject to Check.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
East Las Vegas
Wool, Hides
!t , ... .;. i ; . .
Wholesale
Ranch arid MiningS
Fence Wire, Nails,
Picks and Shovels.
BLASTING I GIANT POWDER.
PLOWS FAHR3 TOOLS,
and all kinds of
; Agricultural Implements. V"
FARM. GRASS AND GARDEN SEED.
" SSJ
PORTLAND CEMENT,
S cC
a. ... ' Vil ft.i- -- .
I I
. ' (Snccessot to Coors Bros.) , ..;...';..,-;:
' . ; WHOLBSAja AJTO SXTAILDKALKH "
aABDWARE. LUIIBSB, SASH, DOOBS, EI.I1S, TARNISHES
- Pairits, Oil and . Glass. ' .
Cerrillbs Had and Soft CoaK
EAST LAS VEGAS, i . NEW MEXICO
TKIiBPHOWE Ho. 88 Oooda delivered free In City. . .
Proprietor of the ,
New Mexico Planing Mill
' Has Just Received an Assorted Stock of
' BUILDING MATERIALS
Of all Kinds and Styles,
Which he offers for sale at prices to suit the times. He keeps on hand
always, native and redwood lumber, and shingles, and gives special at
tention to builders and contractors, in want of building materials. Goods
delivered free of charge, in the city. ' ' '
. Corner Seventh and Jackson Btreets, East Las Vegas. 1
Sale!
Flutter Duck for 79c
Toile du Laine for 70c
for 79c
South Side Plaza.
and Socorro. N. M.
Grocers
and Pelts.
. -
PLASTER,
PLAZA HOTEL
I... Vega., Mew Mextce.
The only first-class house in the
city. Headquarters for stockmen,
A. DUVAL,
In ebarseof Cuisine Dan.rtment. Sstssi
860 per meal; $8 per week. Table, .applied
wim every luiug iue inanet aaoras.
MRS. S. B. DAVIS
Lessee:
... 1 4. '
1 Booms by the day for 6O0 to $1.00: bv
montb, $6 to $13,
A. Corcoran,
Dealer In
Cerrillos Hard and Soft
COAL
Blossburgf Coal, Etc.
Corner of Twelfth and Linoola
Streets. Telephone 47.
r.-.IGQ WAIT,
Late ot Topet.a, Kansas,
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER
Reasonable Prices. 913 Friaca St,

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