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' ", V h. i - ... ' 1 , .. . : ,t- . ' ' r'V"- ' ' U.",UlUiis Td all adyeftlsttf. " wuomi 4 VYhdui. RETURNS S'.oSTo OrOUM i RFTIIflMO Tb. columns of iiowiiiiiw Th, optic; VOL XVII. EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 22, 1890. NO. 147 NATIONAL DISPUTES They Should ba Settled Other wise Than by a Recourse to Arms, PENSION BILLS VETOED The American National Hank, at Denver, Colorado, Closes Its Doors. MORE M'KINLEY STATES Washington, D. C, April 22 In response to n call signed by some fifty prominent Americans, including Chief Justice Melville VV. Fuller, General Ntlaon A. Miles, Cardinal Gibbons, Uharles Dudley Warner, of Hartford; lion, Uharles roster, of Ohio; Admi ral VVa.ker, Abrarn 8. Hewitt, of Chicago; Professor Timothy Dwigbt, 01 late; Mayor swift and uyrus H mcormicK, 01 unioaeo, a large num ber of promineot residents of the lead lag cities of the, union have been r riving here fjr (he past twenty-four hours, for the purpose of participating in ttie national conference to give ex pression to a general conviction that a permanent system of arbitration should be provided for the settlement of dim cullies that may arise between' the United States and Great Britain. ' The conference, which opened to day and will continue until to-morrow morning, is presided over by Supreme Judge 0. P. Daly, of New York. The resolutions will declare that patriotism, philanthropy, statesmanship and re ligion unite in the belief that the time has arrived when disputes between nations should be settled otherwise than by recourse to arms, and that it should be the duty of the government to ooncentrate immediate efforts upon (he attainment of a permanent system of arbitration between the great English-speaking peoples. . Fiery Flames. - ' OeKALOOSA, Ijwa, April 22 Four buildings were burned, this tnorning, including one bank; less, $00,000 j in surance, $20,000. Piano Dealers Fall. ; Cincinnati, Ohio, April 22 Craw ford, Ebersale & Smith, piano dealers, have assigned; assets, $1,000,000: lia bilities, 800 000 ' Information Wanted. Washington, D. C, April 22. The senate, to-day, passed resolutions lequesting information concerning the arrest of Bishop Diaz in Co ba. Insane Man's Acta. ' Shenandoah, Iowa, April 22. While insane, E. L. Jagger, of this, city, killed his sister and attempted su icide. He will die. They were en gaged in business together. v: His Favorite Vetoes. . , -- Washington, D. C, April 22. President Cleveland sent to the senate, to day, two vetoes of pension bills. His action is severely criticised by the .dem ocrats and republicans alike. r A Second-Termer. "Peoria, III., April 22 The repub lican congressional convention of the fourteenth Illinois district to day re nominated, by acclamation, Hon. Jo seph V. Graff, of Pekin, tor a seoond term. A Small Riot Cleveland, Ohio, April 22. A riot occurred hare to day, upon the arrival of the lumbar fleet, between. union and non-union lumber-sbovers. Several parties were severely injured in the : melee, '., Who He Is. ; Berlin, Germany, April 22. Baron Von llaratnerstein, who has been sen tenced to three years' penal servitude for : foifeilure of civil rights, five years and 1,500 maiks for forgery, fraud and breach lot trust, formerly was a promi nent editor and leader of the conserva tive party. . ... Denver Bank Closes. Denver. Colorado, April 22 The Ameiican National bank, of this city, closed to-day. President Hanna claims an excess of $650,000 over all liabili ties. The su'peution was caused by a slight run on Ihe Nationl Baik of Commercp, but the latter paying every demand made promptly, the failure is attributed to a gradual loss of business and the difficulty of making collec tiocs. ANOTI1KR FAILURE. Chicago, Il(., April 22 Mason & Davis Co , manufacturers of stoves, have failed ; assets, $73,000; liabilities, 8107.000. Weaver Bobs Up Again. - Des Koines. Iowa, Aptil 22. The populists- Of Iowa are holding their state convention here, to day, with the largest attendance in tbo party's his tory. The convention was called to order by Chairman Calhoun, who, in his opening address, formally present ed the name of Geo. James B. Weaver as the unanimous choice of Iowa popu lists for the presidency. The resolu tion was adopted with enthusiasm. J his afternoon the convention will name delegates to' the national conven tion at St. Louis. O. A. R. Encampment. Denver, Colo., April 22 The annual encampment of the grand army io r tne departments of Colorado and WyomiDg has attracted hundreds of veterans and visitors lo the oity, which is gaily decorated. The opening day wm signuiizcu cy a grand parade, in which, beside the veterans, United States troops from Fort Logan, the national jjuard, Knights of Pythias, Untied American mechanics and sons of America took part.. The Colorado C.msioo of the sons tf ve'erans, as well ts lh ladies of the grand srmy of the ft-publlo, are also la aanual session. FOR M'KINLEY. Th Rspiibllearts ol Tsaneesss, Mar land ana , Virginia la Line, NAsnviM.lt, Tenn., April 22 The republican state convention to-day will select a McKinley delegation to SI Louis, headed by Hon. Henry Clay Evans, of Chattanooga. The latter has been very widely spoken of as a candi date fo th vlce-preaideney, but as It Is the desire of the party that he shall make another race for the governor. ship, to which It la claimed be was elected In 1894 but cdunted out by the legislature, no resolution, of endorse' ment will be presented. The platform will declare money. ... for protection and sound - Baltimore, Md , April 22 bate this afternoon the republican state con vention selected as delegates to- St Louis? Senator-elect George L. Wel lington, of Alleghany county; State Comptroller Robert T. Graham, of Wicomico county; William T. Malster, of Baltimore county, and James A. Gary, of Howard county. The dele gates will vote for McKinley on the first or seoond billot, and will then go to Reed, if the cbanoes of the Ohio man appear to be waning. Senator. elect Wellington was originally a Roed man, but as every county in tne state, including his own, has declared for the Obloan, he concluded to yield to popu lar sentiment. ' The platform contains ringing protection and jjolu-standard planks. '-''C;,-'; if - Staunton, Va., April 'it Not withstanding the claims of the Reed people that Virginia would be found duly enrolled under the Maine man's banner when the proper time came, it was early made evident in the state convention which opened here to-day that Maj or McKinley oan rely ppon the support of the Old Dominion delega tion at St. Louis next June. Ihe McKinley leaders are claiming every thing in sight, and at noon assert that twenty -two of the twenty-four dele pates, including the four delegates at l irge, will go to St. Louis instructed fjr McKinley. Frea Silver, Pure and Simple. Lincoln, Neb., April 22. The dem ocratic state convention, for the pur pose of electing sixteen delegates to the presidential convention in Chicago next July, and which was called ' to order at 2 o'clock: this . afternoon by Hon- C. J. Smyth, is a free silver dem onstration, pure and simple. The gold standard element of the party is not represented, but will hold convention of its own in this city a week from to day, at which a contesting administra tion delegation will be selected to go to Chicago. - Governor W. J. Stone, of Missouri, one of the leaders of the free-silver crusade in that slate, arrived here this afternoon and was acoorded an enthu siastic welcome. He will address the delegates to the convention this even-. in sr. and will be followed by tne tuoi oi the free-Silver democrats of Nebraska, Hon. W. J. Bryan. ; ,. - ; , A Demand for Release., tvi ? London, England.AprU 22.4. great mass-meeting of the Socialists was held in the South-place institute, to-day, for the purpose" of framing a demand to the home secretary for the release of all political prisoners in England, but especially the three men Charles, Dattola and Cailes who were convict ed at Stafford in -1892. Among the prominent participants ' were Tom Mann, the socialist parliamentarian and Edith Lancaster, the young lady who was recently confined in an insane asylum because she persisted in living with a man sharing her socialistic be liefs without the formality of a mar riage. .V V; ' ' Aa Aged Mother. ;., Canton;' Ohio, April 22. Mrs. Wi!. Ham McKinley, sr., mother of ObiVs ex-governor, and candidate for the presidential nomination, is. eighty seven years old, to-day. The vener able lady, who, with an unmarried daughter, occupies a house a few blocks distant from the home, of her dis tinguished son, has been overwhelmed with congratulations' during the day, many - brought by person and others coming by , mail and telegraph. Stockholders' Meeting. A meeting of the stockholders of "the Las Vegas Masonio ' building, association will, bta held at the Masonic Temple, in East Las Vegas, N. M., April 27th, 1896, at 8-o'clock p. ru , for the purpose ct elect ing a board tf directors to serve tor the ensuiog jeai ' and foi the transaction of such other o-jsines' a may legally come before sncb meeting - Cbas. Ilfkld, A. D. HIGGIW9, President. Becretary. , 143 St East Las Visas, N.M. April 17tb, 1896. SPECIAL NOTICES. "WTANTED ramlly sewing to-do by the V day, by a young lady- of experience Address Miss Ch Romero, Las Vegas, ltstf I7OR RENT Furnished rooms, convenient - to both towns; cntralty 'located, in quire at Thb Opt:c office. . uj t( WANTED Fir t-ctess salesman in New Mexico who has acquaintance with the mines and factories to sell our goods on salary or commission. Address, The Stod dard Oil A Compound Co. , Olereland, O. FOB BRNT A seven-room house; first claf condition. Apply to M. M. Sundt. at Hill's planing mill, or at the corner of i uui iu huu nnsummon streets. 1S7 tl ir ANTED Position as governess or com- y y panion. win travel or o into the country. Address, Animas, ?o!o. lilila M. mltb, Las FOB SALE Cheap for cash, a fuliy. equipped restaurant, In Bland, N. M for fuither Information apply to B H D1WH, J1WUU, 11 . m. 10S-26t TITB MUST HAVR HELP. Wo par men and women (10 to. $18 ner fnr easy nouio won. no ooois or peddling. Steady employment guaranteed. Send stamp ror wore ana particulars at once HERMANN A BEYMOGK, 1 South Sixth street, Philadelphia, Pa. . 68-tf WANTED Everybody to know that TH Optic's Job OtBce does neat and tasty work, ot all kinds, and at asost reasonable prices. . .. WAriTED-AFJ IDEATr. thing to patent? Protect your idoas i they may bH),g you wealth. Write JOIIK WELiDKil liUrtN 8b CO., Patent Attorneys, Washiaaton, U 0., for tUeir ft,&J0 prie gUitV. THE BARRACKS BURN A Big Lost Sustained by the Government, in St. Louis, 1 This Morning. A SEVERE CLOUD-BURST Rumors that an Attempt May be Made to Rescue Taylor From the Gallows, TROUBLE IN .LOUISIANA St. Lodis, Mo., April 22. Fire, this morping, burned a large brick building at the Jefferson barracks, much furni ture, clothing belonging to soldiers, and 10,000 cartridges exploded ; loss about f 00,000. Heavy Cloud Burst. Guthrie. Oklahoma, April 32 A cloud burst in Beaver county to-day d 'owned hundreds of horses and cattle, washed away houses and ruined many farms.'' No lives are reported lost. Trouble la Louisiana. New Obleans, April 22 Serious trouble has occurred io St. John's Bap tist parish, in which several persons were killed. Democrats fay the dim eultv' originated- in an attempt to steal billot boxes by the negroes. The governor has sent a company of militia to the fccene of tne aisturoanoes. Known ia Time. Milan. Mo., April 22 Rumors are current that an attempt will be made by the friends o! W. P. Taylor to hold n j the train which oonveys him from Kansas Ci'y to Carrollton, Mo., for ex ecution, on the morning of April 80th, and release him. A noted highway man is said to be In bis employ for this undertaking. Miss Wlllard Sails. New Yokk, N. Y., April 22 Miss Frances Willard, accompanied by Miss Anna Gordon, sailed for England, to day, at the urgent request of Lady Somerset, to take. part in the Women's temperance events in London, and of the present summer. She will return early in the fall, accompanied by Lidy Somerset, to attend tne annual con vention rf the State, which, during the year, has maae tne greatest gam in white ribbon membership. Lively Los Angeles. Los Angeles, Cal., April 22. The street pageant, which marked the second day of Southern California's floral festival, was one of the finest events of the kind ever Witnessed in this part of the country. The floats in line represented the history of the country for five centuries ; going back to the time of the Eldorados and Gua tavita Indians, the -'Asters, the cliff dwellers,' the Apaches and the Fran ciscan missionaries, down to the times of the discovery of gold and on to the present. On horseback were repre sentatives of the Spanish, Chinese, In dian and other settlers. The military and civilians also took pare. W. L. Crockett's boy has been quite ill for some weeks,down at the Puerto de Luna ranch, but he is now iu the full enjoyment of fine health, is growing more interesting every day, and giaes promise of making one of the brightest men New Mexico has ever produced, , - Rate to CUV of Mexico. LAS Veoab, K,- M. March. tb, 1896. Round trip rates to City of Mexico, from Las Vegas, J66.70.: Uoiog limit, sixty days, with final return limit, of six months from date of sale. bates to phobnix. Tourist rates to Phoenix, Ariz., "and re turn from Lai Vegas, $48.60. Limits, fifteen days, in each direction with final limit of six months. , tf C. F. Jones, Agent. : v Your Stomach. :'. V Disease elsewhere cannot be conquered, If yonr stomach does not do its work well. Macbeth mineral water is a certain cure for indigestion and other disorders of the stomach, : Begin in the proper manner to build op your system by drinking Macbeth water, fresh from the well every morn in gt At Roth's meat market.- . '' , ' 114-tf Now located on Sixth Street, two doors north of the Postoffloe, TiBMiaMPtalg t A Specialty. ' ; ; The Finest Line of Stoves and Steel Ranges In the City. Heating apparatus, 'heavy sheet Iron work price, etc.. contracted for at the bottom Let us figure on yoar woik. ; New Millinery, MRS. L. HOLLENYAGER, a leader in this Una of business, ' ban last received the first installment of SPRING NUVElriKS. Ladies are invited to call and examine. n Dress-Making Department, making a specialty of fine work, is In chart. eTf Mis Hanlon. tja'e of Bullene, Moore tc Emory's, of Kao.as City) nn adept in the art of cutting, fitting and do ing fine work. The patronage of the ladies Is solicited. All work guaranteed. Prloes from tfi.00 up. V B, C. PITTENGER & CO. OTEAM LAUHDRY. Goods called for and delivered.. . Highest of all In Leavening Power.-. Iatcit U. S. Gov't Report w y r ' , ' Democrats Disconcerted. i Indianapolis, Indiana, April M. In the state supreme cour to day, pral argument was begun in the apportion ment suit, and if time permits argu ment will also be beard concerning the democratic petition to dismiss tbe case, on tbe oharge that it was the result of collusion ' between republican office holders. The evident tendency of tbe court , to reach a decision at as early date as possible is very disoonoerting to the democrats who bad expected that the case would either be thrown out of court, or else the ooort, being democratic Itself, would delay the case, The Prlxa Ring.' New York, N. Y., April 22. Special interest attaches to the twenty round oontest which takes place before the Eureka atbletio club, of Long Is land City, tonight, between Johnny Lavack, of Cleveland, and Tommy Disfdn; bf St. Tanl, from the fact that the money is up ta match tbe wipoer against George Dixon, featherweight champion of tbe world. Tbe bout if of twenty rounds, the men making the best showing getting tbe deolsion in tbe event of there being no knock-outr The men will weigh In at 12 pounds; Quay In Contral, Harrisbcro, Pa., April 22 -The capital city is filling up with delegates to tbe republican state convention, wbioh opens to-morrow, and the state central committee went into' sessfit this morning at tbe Capitol ,holel fpi the purpose of .preparing tbe .'rolefoi the convention. A caqvaas-of (he fej fgstes on the ground indicates that, while the McKinley feeling Is strong, Senator Quay is likely to be In lull nnntrnl of Ihn trnthbrintr i - - Tourist Rates to the Qrand CSnon i From Las Vegas to Grand Canon of she uolorado river and return, foB.&U. Thirty days' transit limit in each .direation. final return limit, ninety days from date of sale. The stags will leave Flagstaff,' on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, con necting with our through California trains In each direction. j ' Returning, it will leave tbe Grand Canon luesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The ride to tbe canon is over a good road and occupies about eleveu . hour. Stations hare bean established along the route and at tbe canon for tbe accommodation of tourists. - u. f. jones, Agent. go to CRITEQ' Mi -FOB- Bargains in Furniture, And Household Goods of all kinds. Next door to P. O., East Las Vegas. Las Vegas Roller Mill, J. R. SMITH, Prop'r. "',.'" i cation: On the hot iprlnge brach rail way, East Las Vegas, New Mexico. w BRAN, FLOUR, GRAIN AND FEED. Your Patronage Solicited S. PATTY Handles the Oflly Mb Stores IN THE MAEKET. Plutnbfng ! Tinning THE LAS YEGAS. Street Railway JOHN SHANK, Manager. Cars every fifteen minutes, from 8. a. m. , to 8 p. m. - 800 tickets for 15.00 '-, 100 ticketa for 3.50 85 tickets for $1.00 - nOGEKS, -Shoer LAS VEGA8, N. M. Nos. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west - y bridge.. and of Special attention given to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith ing and woodwork. All work promptly done and satisfaction guaranteed. - - ifc -A. abst Beer, JOE HAEFM, Al The world's famous Pabsi Keg Beer is how on tap at the following places, at 5c per glass : PACE & BELL, ' QUINLY A BENJAMIN, , SAVILLE, RALPH OLDHAM. CLARK & FORSYTHE; , W. S. STANDISH. Second Steel Practical Horse '. ' . a Cw BUSINESS POINTERS. ' Walter Dearden, Trinidad, Colo. assayer and ohemlst 187-tt ' A 4iealjpi plenty, well cooked and serv ed, aj tbe New Brunswick. ' . 108-tf Wall pap:t!;r"'Bod picture mouldiogs, ail paw 1898 patterns, at H. Q. Coors' laetf Hartmau Is agent for Wanamaker A Brown and Mills & Merrill, fine tailor made clotMagV' See samples at Hart man's stone. - ., . , 60-tf For pointing- your hnuse, Shervln Wil liams' ready-mixed paint Is the best and the cheapest, and for .yourr walls, kalsom iu, to be had at tbe old town hardware store, new building; D. Wlnternits. 120-tf .. . . Jfnst reoelved, goods for the season: Gar den tools,-rubber and cotton; hose, sprink lors, .npEsles, couplings, menders, etc; pooltry . netting , and screen wire; prices to suit the Umes, at Hi G.vCoors'. llltf i; Ward Block, Railroad Are., Mrs. Win. Goin, Prop. . " ; Tables Served With EyERYTBlNG THE -SEASON AFFORDS. Cooked and Served in tbe Highest Order. Meals, 25o. Board by week, $5, ' A trial will convince you of tbe merits of . THE MODEL RESTAURANT. . , ml PEL NATIONAL OF LAS ital raid in Cap OVFlCUBSi DR. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President, 1 ?! FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President.. . . r ; D. T. HOSKINS, Cashier. F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier. fST ISTKBS8T PAID OS T1MK DEPOSITS ! THE SAVINGS BANK. I3r8ave your earnings by depositing them In the Las Vbgas BAVtnos Bask, where ing you an income. 4 Every dollar saved, is two dollars made." . i. they wiU bri A large and complete line of r Plows and Points T: Kept constantly on hand, together with Garden Hose, Wire Netting, Poultry and Fence Wire, STOVES AND RANGES of every description. . our patronage is solicited at the Old Town Hardware Store, " X ; KEW BUILDING, D. WINTERNITZi Q28 & 328 Railroad Avenua. DKAUCES IK general; merchandise Ranch tif)lies o. peolo-lty. Goods delivered (roe to all parts of the city. Call and examine oar stocc ot . , fore purchasing, and be convinced of oar low prices. , i ; : Complote line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. ' jai A. WISE, KotaTy Public. -Established 1881. . : : .- - P. C. HOGSETT. - WI8B & HOGSETT, LOANS A.N0 REAL ESTATE, Sixth and Douglas Aves., East Las VesM. N. Ii. Improved and Unimproved Lands and City attended o for xton-resldents. Titles examined, Hents oolleeted and Taxes paid. '99 We hope to attract your attention. . We have reasons many good A list of them find prices.where quality is supreme. We don't dabble in stuff, another reason we can save you money. We don't sell our goods than cost.' '' How can ftriy establishment do that? ' ' ' . Our Goods and Ladies' Capes, - i,l.l(jhr? and "' ' ' DarkHrown, Tailor Made, with Velvit Collar, for $2.19 A ?-bar Box 71 Ituttermi.k Toi'et f ... Soaf , for; ioc ; Robt. L M; Ross ; Real Estate AND INSURANCE AGENT. Prices io Snit tie Times, - t . Lota from $100 op. f ; . ; '.- ; SOLE AGENT of the HlU-slte Town Co. addition, and the Eldo ' rado Town Co. lower addition." Residences, Business Properties Loans, Mortgages and Securities Desirable Aore Properties; Faims nnder irrigation Ditches, uinoe on ID F130II, TA IME OPERA H0U3E. E. IAS. VE0A8 F. OAKLEY, successor to J. 8. Klston, ' Hoisb aiil Sip Falilii ' Glazing, Paper Hanging, Etc. Shop Opposite. Express Office TELEPHONE 57. JOHN HILL, CONTRACTOR anil BUILDER. Manufacturer of Sash and Doors, i Mouldings, : .. Scroll Sawing, " Surfacing and Matching Planing Mill and Office Corner Of Blanohard street and Grand avenue. - BAST LAS VEGA NEW MKX VEGAS. $100,000. 60,000. . Henri Gokb, Prea.l H. W. Eei.lt, Vice Pres. , ;. D T. Bos kins. Treat. """ "'-.-- , . 1 Paid up capital, $30,000. BANK No deposits received of leas than $1. Interest paid on all deposits of $5 and over. . - " .' r' : : ' The Dandy Wind Mill. None, Better. Property for sale.1 Investments made and f 7 CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. Tbe finest line of Carriages, Baggies, U Landaus, Suireyi, PbsBtons and Koad B Carta In thi Southwest, ot tbe best B manufacture H Livery and Feed etablea. B iBinn ti vecai ic n (rncni Mnin Prices Stamped With the of Foster's Lad les 8 hook ' MnoFquetairs Suede Gloves. Everv pair warranted. moo First National Bank, : - LAS VECAS, NEW MEXICO. v: JEFFERSON RATNOLDS, President JOHN , W. -ZOLLARS, ice-President. Aipcounts Received Interest Paid on Brill & ItaK Conr East Las Vegas and Socorro. N. M. Wholesale Grocers, Wool , Hides and Pelts. Ranch and Mining Supplies, Fence Wire, Nails, ' .. . Picks and Shovels. BLASTING GIANT POWDER. PLOWS, FARM TOOLS, .and all kinds of Agricultural Implements, FARM, GRASS ; AND GARDEN SEED. PORTLAND CEMENT, ACME CEMENT PLASTER, BAIN WAGONS. iJ'Jto-"I'M -G-- . ...i. . (Saooessorto EAEDWAKE. LMIBEB, SASH, ': Paints. , Oil? Cerrillos Hard EAST LAS VEGAS, . TEIiKPHOXH Ho. 66 Ooods deUverea 1 ."""'.,v---"t. ' Proprietor ot the , ' NewIIeolaninM Has .Ton Received an Assorted Stock of " ' BUILDIN G 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, arid 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 Streets, East Las Vegas. Men's . f Half-Hose, ones, in tans and cheap at less 20, 25,30C Truth, Only. Capes, Ladits'- Shirt Wais's. An honest waist. r i Broadcloth, Trimmed with Cream Lace, for made in the latest ' s'yle, for 59C $235 South Side Plaza. A. B. SMITH, Cash'lef, int Cashier. Subject to Check. Time Deposits. PLAZA HOTEL Las Vegas, Mew HexJoe. only first-class house in tfc Headquarters for stockmen. The city. A. DUVAL. In chares of Cuisine Danartmant.. 86o per meal ; 6 per week. Table, .applied with everything the market affords. MRS. S. B. DAVIS V '. ' Lessee: Booms by the day for 60o to (1.00: bv 'month, $5 to $12. ' Coon Brop.) , ,..f., - BOORS, BLIHDS, 7AMISH1S: s and : Glaasa . and Soft CoaK : - NEW MEXICO free In city. A. Corcoran, Dealer in Cerrillos llard and COAL Blossburg Coal. Soft Etc. Corner of Twelfth Streets. Telephone 47. and Llnovla WAIT, Late ot Topea, Eanscs, FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER Reasonable Prises. 912 Prince St.