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Las ITegas IDae-ilit OftkSo s ..QUICK.! To all advertiser J Who DM 'nrTlinilO Tne column of f Art glv.0 To All advirtlsers Whom KA ntTIIOin Tbe column! of Tin Optic. w EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 18, 1890. VOL XVII. NO. 144 SILVER SITUATION A Mew York Paper Canvasses Democratic Leaders on the '1" Money Standard. . IN MEMORY OF THE DEAD The Adjournment of Congress Depends on Passage of Ap propriation Kills. DAY'S DASHES" AND DOTS NbwYomc, N. Y., "April, 18. The Morning Journal, young Hearst's paper, to-uuy, prints toe results 01 canvass of the democratic) leaders of the various states and Territories on, the silver question, shewing thai only the .middle and New hjgland states aud Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota and Ken tuoky favor the single standard. Indiana, Ohio, Alabama and Florida ' are classed as doubtful. All the other southern and western states are em pbatia in their demtnd for free coin. age. This canvass Is viewed as having a most impottnnt bearing upon the nominee of the national democratic convention in Chicago. Boat Burned. EvANsvir.LK, Indiana, April 18 -Two river steamers and three wharf boats, full of freight, were burned to-day ; los, f 100,001) j partly insured. Heavy Bond. Milwaukee, Wis., April 18 The Conway cabinet company, manufactur ers of mantles, etc, have assigned. The bond o( the assignee has been fixed at $150,000. ' ' J Took the Oath of Office v .' . riiOEMX, Ariz., April 13 Governor iFranklln took the oath of oflioe, to-day, citizens from all over the Territory be ing present. Congratulatory addresses were made and a reception held. . . . A Spotter Hanged. . -v. ' Chattanooga, Teun , April 18. Sterling Savage, who was suspected of , being a spotter for the revenue officers, was taken out and banged, seven miles from MoMinnville by masked men, supposed to be moonshiners. kv' f ... Royal Wedding, . London, England,.v;Aprilr" i8- -A dispatch from Ooburg says that the city is filling up with royalties and .representatives 'of foreign powers for .the marriage, on Monday, of the Prin cess Louise, of Denmark, and. Prince Frederick, of Schaumburg-Lippe,wbicb takes places on Monday. .. Appropriation Bill. . .... Wasikngto, i), CyApriLJ&.rjs. general deficiency bill was reported in the house, to-day. This is the last of tbe appropriation bills. An early pas sage will be urged, as tbd date of adjournment will depend ou tbe pro. -gross of those bill i through tbe senate. Possibly some senators may delay prompt aotion purpo3sly. May Unite. Chicago, Illinois, April 18. It is confidently expeoted in labor cir cles that tl)9 conference which will be held to-morrow between the representatives cf the tiades and labor assembly acd the labor congress, Chicago's two great cen tral labor organizations,' will result in a final union of the two bodies. A Life Sentence. Ottawa, Ont., April 18 Mrs. Bell was sentenced to life imprisonment to day fur tbe cruel treatment of a boy, aged fifteen years, and a girl aged Six teen years. She stripped them nearly naked, dampened their clothing, and placid them out in the cold. Both were bally frozen. Other tortures were alco committed, inhuman in their nature. In Honor of the Dead. Boston, April 18 The oitizens of Boston will unite to-tight at a great mass meeting in the temple in doing honor to the memory of the late Gov ernor Greenhalge. The eulogy will be pronounced by Senator Lodge, and who to-morrow, at Lexington, A.' ass., will also deliver an address in memdr. lam of the late cx- Governor Robinson. A Church Anniversary. Milwaukee, Wis., April 18 With ceremonies unusually imposing, . tbe CMtaolio church of St. Mary's, the mother of all the German Catholic congregations of this city, will to morrow and Monday celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of its consecration, and the event is to be signalized by no usual demonstrations ot rejoicing oc tbe part of the faithful of all nationali ties in this city and the surrounding country, ,; ? Peace Dev. Philadelphia, Pa., April 18. To day is the sixth anniversary of' tbe Signing of the arbitration treaty at Washington, wherety the American republics were dedicated to peace," and in accordance with resolutions adopted at the last meeting of the universal peace union the day is being observed as peace day by the various organizations throughout tbe country Interested in the settlement cf interna tional disputes by arbitration. . Prlmr.ee Day. - LOflDGn. England, April 18 To morrow is Primrose dey, the 'fifteenth anniversary of the death of Lord Bea con? Geld. In ten st in tbe great con servative festival day, however, is on the wane. Last year its observance was by no means general as in former years and the indications are that the ; only tribute that wiil bs paid to the memory of the great conservative lead er to-morrow will be tbe customary -f""ysl dteoratioDS placed about the rjs8cocfltl4 status Ja parliament f time, ' The O'Oorman Coneecratlon. Washington, D. O , April 18. Archbishop Ireland, of Mew Yotk Bishop Marty, of St. Cloud, and nutnbefW other eminent prelates, of the Catholic church, are in the city for the purpose of taking part in the cere monies attending the consecration of the Rev. T. T. O'Oorman, archbishop of Sioux Falls. S. D. Tbe conseora tion will tuk place in St. Patrick church, to-morro-v morning, and. tbe large number of cburoh dignitaries participating will make tbe ceremony oae of the moat Impressive the national capital has tver witnessed. Cardinal Satolii will perform the ceremony, i. , .'"" Southern Railroader. Mao N, Georgia," April 18 Dele gates? are gathering from all over Georgia for tbe big mass meeting of railroad employes which will on bold here to-morrow. The meeting will be an important one and will be particl pated in by members of the brother hood of locomotive engineers, order of railway conductors, brotherhood of locomotive firemen,, brotherhood of railway trainmen and order of railway telegraphers. Many matters 01 inter est to tbe men will be discussed, and it is not improbable that the advisability of amalgamating the five organizations w ill be considered. , ., .; The Ttmpcranc Folic. New York, N Y , .April 18 The temperance folk of ibis city,. Brooklyn and Jersey City, ara Making Elaborate arrangements for tbe demonstra'ion to be held at Chickering hall, to morrow night. In honor of Frances. . Willard and Miss 'Anna A. Gordon. These two leaders of the Women's Christian Tern per a nee Union sail for England, next Wednesday, at the earnest request of Lady Somerset, and other obampions of the causa in that country for the purpose of taking part la tbe f rth- ooraing national temperance conven tion in London; and (be campaign mat is to follow it. - ,,. A Memorable Dayv ... ., :." Chicago, Illinois, April 18 To-day, and Monday, In - many parts of tbe country the various societies of the Sons and Daughters of the Revolution nill hold exercises and banquets com tnemorating "Lexington Alarm Day,1? April lath, 1770, wnen tne nrst snot ot the revolution rang around tne woria It is expected that in this city, next week, the event will ba speoially lig nalized by a formal re-union of two closely related societies, the Sons of lbs Revolution and the Sons ot the Amen can Revolution; and which have been at outs with each other for a long period. ; ' To. Jolly Landlord. -;' Riverside. CaL, April 18 The delegates to the national hotel men's convention, all of whom . are still m good health and the' best of spirits, K it bete at noon to-day ur tne ttotei CoTOtfatfor'" at-Co-onndo-Beach, and which will be reached at 6 oVlockthiu nf .ernoon. To-morrow will be spent at the beacb, and on Monday the an nual bacouet. which it is said will be the most magnificent 'exemplification of the culinary art on record, will take place in the large banqueting ball of the hotel. . i; " Flower Celebration. Los Akqeles, Cal., April 18 The city is filling up with visitors for tbe great annual flower celebration of southern California, which opens here on Tuesday and continues for four days, and quarters in tbe hotels and res? idences are at a premium. - The floats which are in preparation, and many of which are intended to indicate Ihe progress and prosperity of California, will be unusually gorgeous; .." Tourist Rates to the Orand Canon. From Las Veeras to Grand Canon of the Colorado river aud return, So3 50. Thirty nays' transit umic in eacn aireotion. Final return limit, ninety days from date of sale. Tbe stage will leave Flagstaff, on lloodays, Wedueadays and Fridays, con necting with our through California trains in each direotlon. ' Returning, it will leave the Grand Canon Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturdays. The. ride to the oanon is over a good road and oconpies about eleven hours. Stations have been established along the route and at the eaoon for the accommodation of tourists. ' ' . . .. . C. F.ones, Agent. , '.V'.- " v , Stockholders' Meeting. A meeting of the stockholder of tbe La Vega Masoolo bulldiuf asioclation will bo beld at the JLajpalo' Temple, in East Vega, Jf. M., Iptll 57th, 1896, at 8 o'olopk p. m., for the purpose of elect log a board of directors to serve for the ensuing yesY,' and for the transaction of such' other buMnes as' nJay legally eome before such meetings' Chas. IlVCLd,: ... A. D. Hioqiks, 1 President. Becretaryi .-.v. 143 8t ' East Las Vboas, N.M., April i7tb, 1896. SPECIAL NOTICES. VV Apply at Centra! Sotel. ? la tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms, convenient to both towns; centrally located. In quire at Tax Optic office. 4 U2 tt WANTED Firt-class salesman In New Mexico who ha acquaintance with the mines and factories to sell our goods on salary or commission. Address, The Stod dard OU A Compound Co., Cleveland, O. . FOB BENT A seven-room honse; first elate condition. Apply to M. M. Sunilt. at Bill' planing mill, or at tbe corner of Fourth and Washington streets. 137 tf WANTED Position a governess or com panion. Will travel or go into the country. Address, TUlls ii. Smith, La Animas, Colo. TjlOB SALE Cheap for cash, a fully- A' equipped resiaurani, in uiana, N. M, For fmther Information apply Shaw, Bland, N.M. to B 100 2 I7E MUST HAVE HELP. We mr men TV and women 110 to lis ner week for musy uuhib worn, no dooi or peaallng. Steady employment guaranteed. Send stamp for wtrlc end particular at once. H k 11MANN A SEVMOliK, SIS South Sixth street, Pblladelpuia, Pa, - 69-tf WANTED KTerybody to know that TH OPTIC Job Office doe neat and tasty work, of all kinds, and at most rauoaaui. price. WANTED-AN IDEAT thing to patent Protect your idea ij they may LiitiT CO., Patent At'torh.y. Washiiiiton. y,, lor tMtt rl,W) prlsf pger, ' THE CRAND OLD HAN He Causes a Profound Sensation in England by a Letter of Sympathy. . , TWO FATAL EXPLOSIONS A Populist Leader Declares They V1II Act Independently iibot, Democrats. AN EX-BANKER SENTENCED New York, N. Y., April 18. A London dispatch says : A profound sen sation has been created by the publica tion of a letter of sympathy from Mr. Gladstone to Dr. Playfair, the eminent medical praotitioner who was recently muloted in heavy damages for betray ing tbe confidence of one of bis lady patients, and who was identified with his wife's family, tbe betrayal also in volving a charge against the lady, which was snbstquentiy disproved by medical evidence at the trial. . Public indignation against Dr. Play- fair has been unusually strong, and consequently Mr. Gladstone's letter, in wbloh he says he was greatly dis tressed upon learning ot the verdict, and explicitly sets forth thai he has continued confidence in Dr. Playfair, and that tbe latter did not seem to have done more or less than his duty, has created a deo.'dedly painful impression and given impetus to the reports that have been recently bandied about to considerable extent, but have been suppressed in print out of considera tion to the venerable ex-statesman and his family, that his mental faculties are becoming impaired, and his idios yncrasies and eccentricities propor tionately increasing. . r r 1 11 ' -j y, a Banker floe Up. Lancaster, Penn., April 18. E. K. Smith, an ex-banker, was sentenced to thirty-months' imprisonment here for rcoeivinir dt posits when be knew tbe bank was in a failing condition. , ' Pops Will Stand Pat. 'i'ST.'i'Jjotim..- Missouri, April 18 Chairman Koaelje, of the populist state committee, says that the-populists of this state intend to stand firm, regard less of any action taken by the demo crats in Chicago-. He thicks tbe pop. ulists will get large accessions from the republicans and democrats and this will mix things mightily in Missouri tills year. , Mured la an Explosion. Neihart, Montana, April 18. Seven men were killed and sixteen injured in an explosion bere4 to-day. - Tbe men entered a magazine for powder, wbiob became ignited in an unknown manner.. Many were lfijared seriously and some may die from thelr wounds. Cincinnati, ; Ohloi ' April 18 One woman was fatally burned and two persons dangerously ,one child slightly, by a coal .oil explosion in a saloon in tbe northwestern part of the city, early this morclng. . . : Rate to City of Mexico. Las TkoaS, N.; M.,. March 9th, 1898. Bound trip ratet to City of Mexico, from Las Vegas, (06.70. . tiding limit, sixty day, with final return limit, of tlx month from date of sale. BATES TO PHOENIX. Tourist rates to Phoenix, Aria., and re turn from .LA) Vega, $48.00. Limits, fifteen days, in each direction, with final limit of six months. . tf O. F. Jomxs, Agent. Encampment Rates. "G. A. R." encampment at Raton, N. M April 24th and 55tb, 1896; from La Vegas to Raton and return, $4,15; ticket od sale April 24tb and 25th, '96, final return limit, April 20th, 9B. Continuous passage In each direction.; C. F, Johks, '. ' (' ." : Agent. Your Stomacb. Disease elsewhere cannot be conquered, if your stomacb doe not do it work well. Macbeth mineral water is a certain cure for indigestion and other disorders of the stomach. Begin in tbe proper manner to build op your system by drinking' Macbeth water, fresh from the well every morning, At Rotb's meat market, '-, 114-tf Now looated on Sixth street, two doors north of tbe PostotHoe, Tinning and PIumMng A Specialty. --The Finest Line of ; - ' Stoves and Steel Ranges In the City, -.. Heating apparatus, heavy sheet Iron work, etc, contracted for at the bottom price. Let us figure on your woik. . New Millinery. MRS. LHOLLEN WAGER, der in this line of business, bas last received the first Installment of BPR1NQ NOVELTIES. Ladles are invited to call and examine. A Dress-Making Department, making a specialty of noe work. 1 In charge nf Mls Hanlon. (lata ot Bullene, Moore X iSmory'H, ot Kansas City) an adept in the art of cutting, fitting and do ing fine work. Tbe patronage of tbe ladies Is solicited. All work guaranteed. Prios from up. B. C. PITTENGER & CO. OTEAtVl LAUriDHY, Goods called for and 4elivereJ, Highest of all in Leavening W0 , . . Th. New Appotnta. ' f?J . - Cbarle M. Hlgglnson, tbe neIjr ap pointed assistant to President B. P. Ripley of tbe Atchison, left tbli city, last evenlrg, in special car for Cerrillos, la company with Dr. C. H. Uulbor, the chief surtteoa of tbe Atchison mines aud holding large coal Interests. They will be Joined at the little Pittsburg of New Mexico by C, Devlin, manager ot tbe Atchison ooaT properties. . . This Is Mr. Higglnson's first trip over the line, and be it devoting his entire time to Investigating and compiling statistics In regard to the coal properties of the road He stated that a yet ba had mapped oat no policy in reference to the accomplishment of a saving In tbe coal department, and wa simply in quest of Information. - - "I know very little about tbe people, and . absolutely nothing about tbe coun try," Bald ..Mr. Hlgglnson, "and feel that I shall have to devote much time to the study of both human nature and geog raphy." He said that bis department would (n no way jgpufliot with tbe duties of Mr, Devlin. as be would have charge only In a general way of tbe coal interests of tbe company and such other work as President Ripley might from time to time assign him. . His office will be in Chicago. Mr. Hlgglnson ' worked with President Ripley on the C, B. & Q. road, and en tertsiua a very high opinion of that official. "1 believe Mr. Ripley to be a man wbo could swing Into line with any position be might undertake to fill' he said. ' The City Churches. Tbe usual Sunday services will be held at the Presbyterian church, to morrow, the pastor, Rev. Norman Skinner, return teg from the meeting of the 8anta Fe presbytery, at Raton,- on tbe evening train. JKev. S.' W. Cunis, tbe Presbyterian missionary, reached home from Raton, last evening, and will fill his customary appointments, to-morrow. ' - Everybody Is invited to . attend the services at the Methodist cburoh, to-mor row. . . ' -J :''''" ' - -I "r . BaptiBt cWurb services, to-morrow at 11 a. w. and 8 p. m. Morning ,: subject. 'Light;" Sunlay school, 9:45 a. m.; B. Y P. V., 7:19 p. m., subject, ''Good Citizen ship." Special welcome to strangers. : o ' CRITEC Seconfi flanrJ Store, Bargains in Furcita, And Household Goods of all kinds. Next door to P. O , East Las Vegas, . Las Vegas Roller Milli J. It. SMITH, rrop'r. Location: On the hot springs branch rait way, mass jlbs vegas, new Mexico. BRAN, FLOUR, GRAIN AND FEED, Your Patronage Solid S. PATTY Handle the Only Steel Mb Stoves IK THK MARKET, .,. SEE iXHSlC I Plumbing -g Tinnlrig. V THE YEGAS MriM: Railway j ?iiQftNk, 'anagerV Carl bvery fifteen minutes, from 8." sw -nuj v..".-' to.8 p. xa.,-' 'T-Vo?; 1 ' - 'aoo tickets for 15.00 100 tickets for ta.50 . . 26 tickets for Sl.00 OSROdERS, i LAS TEGAS, N. M J I Ho. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west end o Special atttntion given to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith ing . and woodwork. All work promptly done t md satisfaction guaranteed.! ; PAB8T BEER, JOE HAEFER, AgL The world's famous Pabs: Keg Beer is now on tap at the following places, at 55 per glass: PACE & BELL, : QUI18LY A BENJAMIN, P. SAVILLE, RALPH OLDHAM. CLARK FOBS YTHE, W, S, STANPISH. ' ower. -Latest U.S. Gov't Report rm n ? 1 Of IfJSlN'KKS POlHTKBS. Walten Dearden, Trinidad, Colo. assay er and chemist 187-tt , A meal of plenty, well cooked and erv ed, at the New Brunswick. , lOtt-tf t ' ' ... i ;' ' 1 r . .. w " ;Wall paper and picture mouldings, all new i808 pattern,, at H. a Coor' 130tf , Hartmaii I agent for Wanamaker Brown and Mills & Merrill, fine tailor made clothing". Bee sample at Hartman's store.. . : 80-tf ' 5 .. m, . ..... For pai'ntipg'your house, Shervln Wil liams' ready-mixed paint Is the best and the cheapest, and for your walls, kalsora lne, to be bid at the old town .hardware store,. new building; D. Wlnternitz. 126-tf ' Just receives, goods for the season; Gar den tools; rubber and cotton hose, sprink lers, nozzlcv couplings, menders,, etc.; poultry netting and screen wire; prices to suit tbe times, at H. G. Coora'. llttf ' Ward Bloc?, Railroad Ave., " Mrs. Wm. Goin, Prop. ' . -.-f";" "jTables Served With ' ' . mmm the season affords, i Cooked and (Served in the Highest Order. Meals, 25o. Board by week, f6, i A trial will convince you of the merits of THE MODEL RESTAURANT. Surplus,: Mir v i SAK lilIGUEL NATIOML BANK - . ' -" - r VH LAS VEUAs. Capital Paid in - - - - . ' OFFICKOSt ' DB. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President, . FRANK SPRINGER, Vioe-President. ' . ' --X'" fe':r D. T.' H0SKINS, Cashier. ' , - ;- - -: 'ijp ' ' ; -' : P. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier. ""'' -Ey rSTEEKSX PAID OH TTMB DEPOSITS JEI THE r -.r -5 LAS VEGAS SAVINGS BANK, i BTSave your earning by depositing them iney wiu Drmg you an income. , isvery aoiiar saved, 1 two dollars mane, " No deposits received of less than $1. Interest paid on all deposits ot $& and over. A large and complete' line of I IMPLEMENT Plows and Points Kept constantly on hand, together with Garden Hose, Wire Netting, Poultry and Fence Wire, STOVES AND RANGES of every description. t our patronage is solicited at the . OldTown Hardware Store, NEW BUILDING, - D. WINTERNITZv fliCIITII 826 & 328; Railroad Avenue. DIAUIBS W GENERAL MERCHANDISE GoddAsiivered free to 11 parts of the city. - Call And examine our stocx ot lore rjurehaslpef aa4 btvjnvlrioed of our low pribes. a Complete ltoepj Cartridges sad A. kJtflSB,. Notary PtJBlfo..rrEstaBllshed nrfon WT-a ! fuJQif- tkA.iiiiA'. ':'V rr.ISB & " ' ' ;w ijtltancllJbttg1as Aves., Improved and unimproved Lands and City attenaea co tor non-resiaems. lines examinea, Kenti :-.r,,- I io yds. Lonsdale for 79 c 10 yds. Bear Hill Cambric for 79c ; . As good as Lonsdale. Robt. L. M, Ross, Real Estate AND INSURANCE AGENT.! Prices to Suit tie Times. ; Lots from $100 op, BOLK ' AGENT of the Hill-slte .f Town Co, addition, and ths Eldo- ,: rado Town Cd. lower addition. Residences', Business Properties, : Loans, Mortgages and Securities. Desirable Aore Properties; Faims under Irrigation tiitcbes. uiuoe on .. i 10 11001?, TAiME 0PRA H0U3E, LIAS vECAl F. OAKLEY, Successor to J. 8. Elston, House ei Sip Painting, Glazlnf?, Paper Hanging, Etc, Shop Opposite Express Office. T TELEPHONE 67. JOHN HILL, CONTRACTOR an! BDILDEB. . Manufacturer of Sash and Doors, Mouldings, '" ' . Scroll Sawing, Surfacing and Matching JPlo.rEijci.fi; IVIlXl and Office Corner of Blanohard street and Grand avenue. - - v.- BA8T LaS VEGA NEW MKX J 5100,000. 60,000. Hbmet Gokb, Pres . H. W. Kbllt, Vice Pres. D. T. Hosbukb, Treas. Paid up capital, $30,000. In the Las Vboas SaVIHsi BaHK. where , mm," Una. - ; ' v f!ptt.MXXXJ :'"Mm uanay , . . - '-'luySll ' ' ind ' " f f "-N ' MH, None ; ;'. ) Better. . SEUTIIALS AmmurUtioh 1 a ana .. . a h h lW- 5 '$' P. C. HOQSKTT. HOj33ET -: ;.v East Jai Vegs, N. M. : Property for sale. Investment made and , Bent eolieoted and taze paid. H CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. 1 Tbe finest line of Carriages, Buggies, I Landaus, Sarrer. Phaetons and Eoad Cart Id thi Southwest, ot tbe beat -manufacture I ' Livery and Feed Stables. isiori ii ' vecat Our Grand 79 Gent io yds. io yds. io yds. Black Ground Figured Sateen WAD First National Bank, LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. " ' "" '' ' :: v .s ' , - -r.r :,k . , . - . . .. JEFFERSON RATNOLDS, President JOHN WY ZOLLARS, Vice-President. A, SMITH, Cashier. - F. N. SMITH, Assistant Cashier. : '. 4..!. :" ' " . Accounts Kcceived Subject to Check. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. East Las Vegas and Socorro, N. M. Wholesale Grocers, v TTT . . 1 ' TT ; 1 ' i nr 1 .' ' w uui, nmes ana reus. Ranch and Mining Supplied Fence Wire, Nails, -Picks and Shovels. H I iHrS ' IVI-r l-ri PLOWS, FARM and all kinds of Agricultural Implements. ; FARM, GRASS AND GARDEN SEED. PORTLAND CEMENT (Saocessot to Coors Bros.) ' " WHOLBSAJJ AKD BXTAIL DKALIB EA1WARE, LOHBEE, SASH, BOOHS, BIJIS, TARNISHES . Paints, Oil Cerrillos Hard EAST LAS VEGAS, . ; TKIiEPHOJTE Ho. B Goods dellverea ' ; " ';';;. . : t Proprietor ot ths-f i . :. I ." NewlSco ;Baning Mil i - - Has ;tun Ueoeiyctf an Assorted Stpek of . BUILDING MATERIALS Which he offers for sale at prices to suit the tiniest . He keeps 6n 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, irt the city. - ' Corner' Seventh and Jackson Streets, East Las Vega. ; ; Sale! Flutter Duck for 79c Toile du Laine for 79c for 79c South Side Plaza. 11 IM " I Uf 1 t I I Li! U TOOLS, PLAZA- HOTEL La Vegas, Hew M.xloe. only first-class house in tibe Headquarters for stockmeoj The. city." -::A.-DIJVAt;'i7-: In charge of Cuisine Danartmant. It.tnai 860 per meal; $6 per week. Tables supplied wiu every wing tne market affords. MRS. S B. DAVIS J : Lessee: Rooms by the day tor 60e to S1.00: bv month, $5 to $12. and Glass, . and Soft Coal. 's ; NEW MEXICO . free In city, .. ' : . ' v ' . -. A. Corcoran, Dealer in Cerrillos Hard - and GOAL Son Blossburg Coal, Etc. Corner of Twelfth and Lincoln Streets. Telephone 47. rVISGOWAIT, Lata of Topeua, Kansas, ' FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER Rensonable Prlocs, . 912 Prinoo St, .