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EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1890.
HOT BLOOD IN HOUSE
Congressrrteij': Hall and. Money
Encage in. a Personal , En-- -
FATAL FLAMES IN DENVER
Over n Half-Million Men Will
Demand Shorter Working
Days, May 1st.
THE' STATEHOOD BILLS
Washington, I). C, April 23 Con.
pressman Hall, of Missouri, and Con
gressman Money, of Mississippi, had a
personal encounter In one of the com
mittee rooms, to-day. Tbe lie was
passed and blows followed. Hall
hurled a heavy glass inkwell at Money,
cutting bis scalp severely. By-stand-ers
interfered. Hall says tbe provoca
tion was a personal matter, but ho de
clines to dUcuss it and declares thai
Money dare not mention it.
Troop. In Readine...
London, April 23 A detaohnienfof
troops at Dover and Brighton have
been ordered " to hold themselves in
readiness for shipment to South Africa
at any moment. . .
" f-. - Shorter Working Hour.
Tittsbuiio, 1'enn., April 23. -President
Uorupers, of the American Fed
eration ol Labor, saS that over half a
million mi n will demand shorter work
ing days oa May 1st and that most of
them will get it without a struggle.
Outlaw Mortally Wounded.
Eufula, lad. Ter., April 23 Tom
Brooks, a noted ou' law, was mortally
, wounded, last night,., in a raid on a
settler nam ad Brashnear. The latter
was shot in the right lung,, but will re
cover. IS rocks' pal suooeeded id es
caping. - - -
Date of Adjournment.
Washington, D. C, April 23 Re
publican senators canvassed on "the pro
position for a final adjournment to-day
and they will endeavor to clear up
business for adjournment, on May 18th.
Tbe appropriation bills will, of coarse,
be given the preference. -
' The Statehood Bill.
Washington, 1) C , April 23.
Delegates Catron and Murphy, of New
Mexico -and Arizona, have canvassed
the house on their statehood bills, and
have concluded that these measures
are more certain of passage at the next
sessioi of congress than now. Tbe
pending bills will probably be hung up
lor the prsent ;
Log Angeles, Cat., April 23. The
third day of southern California's
floral festival i being devoted to
aihlttio performances, Indian, races
and gjame- This evening there will
be an illum'catod street pageant. In
wbioh the floats and -tableaux will
lypifj ''The lands of the sun."
Siracdsk,' N. Y., April 23 In
pnr uance of the surrogate's ordjtfi.a
second division of the famous Crouse"
rs ate was made, to-day. To the
13,000,000 already distributed, $540,
000 was added by the division among
tbe hejrs, to-day. Of the latter, sum,
D rothea Edgarita Crouse, the re
puted daughter of tbe late millionaire,
iioeives $270,000, while each of the
(ousins receives $10,000. ';.
Fatal Fire In Denver. -
Denveu, Colo, April 23. Fire,
early ihis morning, destroyed the
Brightside homo for boys. Ishall
Cogie, aged eight years, was horribly
and fatally burned ; Culver Williams,
aged sixteen, badly burned! Superio
tendent lloth Field, . Capl. . Field, his
father, and Matron Parker were also
injured. There were forty boys in the
building at the time, and a panio fol
lowed their early and sudden awaken
ing. The property loss is about
I3.0C0. .; ' . ; :
riTTSBUKG, pa April 23. A num
ber of prominent billiard players and
pool f xperts are here from New York,
Philadelphia and other cities to wit
ness the t urnament which Will be in
augurated in this city, to night, fur the
pool crmtnpiousbip of tbe world. The
contestants will be W. II. Clearwater,
of th's city,- who holds tbe world's
championship, and Alfred de Oro, of
Cuba. De Oro formerly held the
championship, ' but lost the title to
Clearwater at the Syracuse tourna
ment, and is anxious to regain tbe
laurels. , :
rr - i McKinley . Delegation. ' ' '
s Ftajjkton, Vb , April 23 A solid
McKinley delegation to St; Louis will
be chosen by tbe state convention,
which was called to order to-day by
State Chairman William Lamb. Tbe
machine in tbe state made a bitter fight
egainst the Ohio candidate, but in the
nuicome his friends capturid sixteen of
tbe twenty-four district delegates.
Colonel Lamb and his following is
making a strorg fight ibis morning to
prevent instructions, and in the face of
overwhe'misg odds will carry il to the
loor of the convention. -
Klnit Alb rf. Natal Day.
London, England, April 23 A dis
patch from Dresden says: The sixty
eighth birthday of King Albert is be
ing celebrated on a monster scale
throughout Saxony, to-day. In . this
City the anniversary is being signalized-by
a geui ral holiday, rendered all
the more notable by the presence of
Emperor William and his suite, who
came "ut of their way on tbe return
from Ia1y to participate In the festiv.'
, (. in honor of the venerable Sax .in
Itii.-f. To-nigh', thero will be a state
fctncj'S't at tbe palace, followed . by a
lifl aoU pyrotccunical display.
Litciipibld, Ills . April 2 J. The
republican congressional convention ot
the eighteenth Illinois district, to-day
re-nominated C ngressman William
L. Hadlty, of Ldwardsville, for a eeo
ond term, and instructed tbe two dele
ga'es to St. Louis for McKinley.
La Salmc, Ills., April 23. The re
publican congressional convention of
the eleventh Illinois-district, to-day re
Dominated Hon. Walter iieeves, of
Streator, for a seoond,term.
Bock Island. Ills., April 23. The
republican congressional convention of
tbe tenth Illinois district, to-day re
nominated Hon. George W, Frince, of
Ualesburg, for a seoond term.
America Not RrpreMoted. ''
London,. England, April ?3 A
Barcelona dispatch says that Amerloan
artists have little or no representation
In the exposition of fine arts and in
dustrlal arts whiuh opened in that city
to-day. -'The exposition is one of tbe
largest enterprises of tbe kind ever
held 4a Spain and in view of tbe fact
that tbe affair Is international with all
of the countries ot Europe represented
the failure ot America to send an ex
bibit is receiving much comment. The
exposition Is divided into seotions de
voted to the exhibition of painting
ceramics, wood carving, tapestry
sculpture, architecture, pottery, lace
work ani emb oldery.
London, England, April 23. The
drawing-room held by the Princess of
Wales to day in bohalf of the queen
was the most brilliant function of tbe
season. Tbous inds of spectators con
gregated about the streets adjacent to
Buckingham palace, and tbe services
of the mounted troops of the First
life guards were called into, requisition
to keep the roadway clear for the
hundreds of equipages. ' Five thous
and "commands" had been vized by
the Lord Chamberlain, and there were
few absentees. . Tbe princess was a-
is'ed in receiving by her daughters,
Victoria and Maud.
. ' A Notable Cut
.: London, England, April 23. The
anniversary of. Shakespeare's - birth,
which is invariably observed at his
birthplace, S'.ratford-on-Avon, upon
April 23d, was celebrated to-day by
the production at the Memorial theater
of his historical drama, "Richard
Seoond," and which has been at vari
ous times, manipulated by Tate, Theo
bold. Edmond Kean, Maoready and
'I he cast to-day was a
Sing Sing, N. Y., Apri). 23 Louis
P. Hermann . and Charles Pustalka
were successfully electrocuted here to
day at 11 :20 o'clock and 11:40.- Both
were wife murderers.
. Left B;d and Board. ' . C
To all whom it may oonoern, take no
lice, that my wife, RuQno Quintana, bav
ing left my. bed and board and refuses to
return to me, I will not pay any debts (he
may contract, and the public is hereby
warned not to sell ber anything:, a I will
not be responsible for the same.
' RCMUALDO FlBNANOEB.
April 18tb. 1896. It
Rush J. Holmes, formerly of this city,
bat been nominated as one ot tbe nine
county representatives by tbe .democrats
at Portland! Oregon.' He ia certain to b.
elected if a single man on the ticket .no
ceeds in getting there. ;i . .
' . Encampment Ratal.;-' '
-""G-. A; B.'! encampment at Baton, N. Mn
Aprll24tb and 2Stb; 1896; from Las Vegas
to Katon end return, $4.45; tickets on tale
ApS-ll Sitb and S5th, '90, Ooat return limit,
April 26tb, '93. . Continuous passage in
each direction. ' C. Jonks, v
' ..Ax;' ' Agent.
't' ! " Rates to City ot Mexico.
Las Vkoas, N. M., March 9cb, 1896.
Bound trip rates to City of Mexico, from
Las Vegas, . (66.70. . Oolng limit, sixty
day., Vith final return limit, of six months
from date of sale. -
BATES TO PHOENIX.
Tourist rates to Phoenix, Ariz., 'and re
turn, from.. Las Vegas," $48.56. Limits,
flfteen days, in each directiou with final
limit of six months.
tf C. F. Jones, Agent.
Disease elsewhere cannot be conquered,
it your stomach does not do its work well.
Macbeth mineral water i?a certain core
for indigestion and other disorders of the
stomacb. Begin in tbe .proper manner to
build np your system by drinking Macbeth
water, fresh from the well every morning.
At Rotb'a meat market. 114-tf
cbeapi Api ly at Oftio office. - tt
WANTED ramlly sewing to. do by the
day, by a young Jady of ifccpe-lence
Address Miss 'h Komero, Las Vegas. Mstf
FOR RENT Furnished roomf, convenient
to both towns; cntrally located. In
quire at The Ori.o offlce. ' 112 tf
WANTED fir t-class-salesman In New
Mexico who has acquaintance with
the mine, and factories to sell Our good, on
salary or commission. Address, The Stod
dard oil A Compound Co., Cleveland, O.
FOR RSNT A seven-room house; Brst
clftt. condition. Apply to M. M. Sundt
at Hill's planing mlU.or at the corner oi
Fourth and Wastilnnton streets. )7 tf
tT ANTED rosltlon as governeas or com-
T T panjun. mil- travel or go Into the
country. Address, lillla u
FOR SALE-Chcap for tah, a fully
eciulpped restaurant, In Wand. II. M.
r Oi' flu ther information
Shaw, Bland, N.M.
apply to B U
1T7K MUST HAVR HELP. W n m.n
V and wompn $10 to $18 per week for
ettajr uuua wws. no oooa. or peddling.
Steady employment guaranteed. Send
stamp for work and particular, at once.
H-KMANN A 8KVMOTJK, SIS South Sixth
street, Philadelphia, Pa, 69-tf
WANTED ETerytwdy to know that Tun
Optics Job O race doe. nea and taety
work, of all kinds, and at most reajoaabla
thing to potentf Protsot. youridpa. ; they may
bring you wealth. Write JOH.N WeulJk,a.
BITKN & CO., Pti-nt Atoimv., WaaUugton,
U. C, f or tiieir J l,ow) priM) tfttr. .... i
QUAY IN A QUANDARY
THE MONUMENT t6 GRANT
Many Threats. Made Against
Scott Jackson, Murderer
of Pearl Bryan.
ISRAEL KING . RELEASED
Harribboro, Penn., April 23 The
Indications, this morning, are that Hen
atortjuay will be in overwhelming oon
trol of to day's republican convention
and that the delegates-ar.large to St
Louis will be Selected in his interest.
His supporters olainj that he has two
thirds of the delegates, and while bis
opponents do not oonoede this muob
they admit that he has a good working
majority. At tbe same time, those op
posed to him do not propose that he
shall receive the compliment of
unanimous endorsement, and conse
quently they will, make a noisy and
vigorous opposition! And challenge tbe
vote solely for tbe purpose of weaken
ing the force of his victory. -
the oonveniion was called to order
in the opera house shortly after 10
o'clock:, this morning, by lion, frank
illing Leach, of Philadelphia, chair
man of tbe state executive committee,
after which State Chairman Quay as
sumed the gavel. Under the" ru es of
the party in this, state, the state cen
tral committee acts as a commitee on
credentials, and" its report was ready
for presentation as soon as the body
naa Deen organized.
1 be opera bouse was packed to suf
focation aftd thousands were unable to
There is a warm sectional contest
for the eight delegates-at-'.arge, Sen
ator J Donald Cameron will, without
question, be selected to head the dele
gation, although a bitter fight will be
made upon him. Uovernor H. V.
Hastings, and who is to present Sena
tor Quay's name to the St. Louis con
vention, will be second on the list.
General Hastings, It will be remem
bered, nominated Senator Sherman in
the convention of 1888. Senator Pen.
rose, oi Philadelphia, will be third.
for ine otner nve places nearly every
oounty in tbe state has its candidate.
tbe convention will also make two
nominations for congressmen-at. large.
The Venerable Galusha A, Grow, at
one time speaker of tbe national house
of representatives, and. who is ap
proaching his seventy-third birthday,
will be re-elected. His colleague will
probably be Hon. Samuel A.Daven
port, cf Erie.
The platform will include tbe usual
rousing Pennsylvania protective tariff
plank, and also a bard money para
graph almost identical . with that
adopted by the republican convention
of New York.
King Released. .
El Paso, Texas, April 23. Senator
Israel King, of Silver City, has been
released from the Juarez Jail on bond,
after a confinement of several dajs,
on what are thought to have been in-
Threats Against Jackson.
NfswroRT, Kentucky, April 53
After Scott Jackson's, trial, thi3 fore
noon, for complicity in the murder of
rearl Bryan, while the prisoner was
being removed to j ul, many threats
were made in the prisoner's bearing by
the by-standers. A deputy sheriff
failed to looate the source and conse
quently made no arrests. Tbe pris
oner was in much discomfort, to say
Tourist Rates to the Grand Canon.
From Las Veea to Grand Canon of tba
Colorado river and return, fftS 60. Thirty
nays' transit limit in each direction.
Final return limit, ninety davs from date
of sale. The stage will leave Flagstaff, on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, con
necting with our tbroueh California trains
in each direction. r
Ret urn ine-. ft will leave theOrand Canon
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. -The
ride to tbs canon is over a good road and
ccupies about eleveu' hour. Btatlona
ave been established along tbe ronte and
at tbe canon 'for the accommodation of
tourists. C. F. Jones, Agent.
Now located on Sixth street, two doors
! north of the Postoffice, ' " '
, ; A Specialty.
The Finest Line of
Stoves and Steel Ranges
In the City. .
Beating apparatus, heavy sheet iron
work, etc., contracted for at tbe bottom
price. Let uj figure on your wo: k.
Handles the Only
Steel Range Stoves
IN THE MARKET.
B.C. PITTENGER & CO.
Goods called for
F. J. GEHG,
: Highest of all in Leavcnipg Ptwer.4-Ltest U. S. Gov't Report
ccisturcro i?y re
. The Orant Monanunt.
New York, N. V., April 29 The
Grant monument , association to-day
completed its preparation for the un
veiling and transfer to tbe city of ibe
Grant monument ia fronf , of fhe
Union League clue-house, in uedford
avenue. The oeremonles will' take
place, day after to-morrow, jind will
be made more than usually elaborate
by tbe participation of a large number
cietiea. The presentatum' iwill be
made by President Woodford, of th
Union league : obab, ana General
Horace Porter will deliver the oration
of the day. Mrs. Granv and her
daughter, Mrs. Sartcis, are expected
to be present and the sta'-jW will be
unveiled by General Grant's etandson.
Ulysses St Grant, the sort i f Col. Fred
Grant. ,cv:;, . . . v 4 y
. c ,
A Cook Bock Pre.: .
"Table and Kitchen" is tnf title of
new cook book pnblisbed- y the Price
Baking Powder company, Chicago. Just
at this time it will be sent jtrse " If you
write a 'postal mentioning Xpb Optic
This book has been tried by ourtelvM and
is one of tbe very best of its Jtlnd. Be
sides oontatnlng over 400 receipt -tor all
kinds of pastry and home rookefyi there
are many hints for tbe table antf kitchen,
showing how to set a tab'e, how to enter
Itbe dining room.i'etc. ; a hundred and cne
F . . .
hints in every Branca of toe culinary art,
Cookery of the very floes t and richest, as
well as of tbe most economical and borne
tike, is provided for. Bemembsf ."Table
and Kitchen" will be eoV postage pie
paid, to any lady tending bar address
(name, town and state) plainly given. A
copy in German pr SoandiDarlaowill b
sent If desired. Postal card Is as &ood as
leter. Address Prioe Baking Powder Co.,
Chicago, III. ; ! ' 1 .
Henry Lee and wife, he the Atchison
agent and postmaster np at Maxwell City,
are again sorely afflicted. Some months
ago, their baby son was killed by the cars,
and now tbelr only remaining child, three
years old, has been taken from them, the
little fellow being accidentally burned to
death, while playing with fire In a room by
himself. . r ' ?
MIIIV Itl IHIIIlfcHIV,
And Household Goods of all kinds.
Next door to P. O , East Las Vegas,""-
Las Vegas Roller Mil
j. R. SMITO, Prop'r.
Location: On the hot springs branch' rail
way, mast liM Vegas, new Mexico.
BRAN, FLOUR, GRAIN
: AND HEED.
Your Patronage Solicited
MRS. L. HOLLENWAGEB, .
leader in this line of business, has" last
received the first installment of BPRING
NOVELTIES. -Ladles are invited to call
and examine. , -
' - Dress-Making Department,
making A" uneclslty of vfine work, is in
charge Of Mis Hanlon. of Bullene,
Moore & Emory's; of Kansas City) an
adept in tbe art of cutting,. fitting and do
ing fine work.- Tbe patronage of tbe ladies
is solicited. All work guaranteed. Prices
from $5.00 up. . . .-'?.'". .
THE LAS VEGAS
. f l IjOHN SHANK, Manager.
Cars every fifteen minutes, from. 8, a. tiri!--.
- to8p.m. : "tl4 .
200 tickets for $5.00 -r , A
- 100 tickets for 8.50
2S tickets for $1.00 ,,u .
O. S. ROGERS,
, LAS VEGAS, N. M.K f . ,
Nos. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west end ot
- - . . . bridge. - - - .
Special attention given to brand
ing irons, and general . blacksmith
ing and woodwork. All wotk
promptly done and srsatisf action
. JOE HAEFKLR, At.
The world's famous Pabsl
Keg Beer is now on tap at tht
following places, at 5c per glass:
PACE A BELL,
' QUINLT & BENJAMIN, ; 4
P. SAVILLE, RALPH OLDHAM.
CLARK & IORSYTHE,
. W. S. STANDISII. !
Walter DeardeB, assayer and chemist
Trinidad, Colo. . 187-tt
A meal of plenty, well oooked and serv
ed, at the Dew Brunswick. 106-tf
Wallpaper and picture mouldings, ' all
new IW patterns, at H. O. Coors' 128tf
'Hsrtman Is agent for Wanamaker a
Brown and Mills-& Merrill, fine tailor
made clothing. Bee samples at Hartman's
store, - i . .. .-. ..,-.-: 60-tf
For painting your house, fjheryln Wil
liams' ready-mixed paint Is the best and
the cheapest, and for your walls, kalsom
ine, to be bad at tbe old town hardware
store, new building; D. Wlnternlta, 126-tf
' Just received, goods for the season ; Gar
den tools, rnbber and cotton hose, sprink
lers, nozzles, couplings, menders, etc.;
poultry netting and screen wire; prices
to suit the times, at H. G. Coors. llltf
' Ward Block, Railroad Ave., .
Mrs Wm. Goin, Prop.
f ' Tables Served With ' .
EVERYTHING IHE SEASON AFFORDS,
.Cooked and Served in the Highest Order;
Meale, 25o. Board by week, $5.
A trial will convince you of the merits Of
' THE MODEL RESTAURANT.
Capital Paid in
DB. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President,
'" FRANK SPRINGER,
'-v-r,.'.- D. T. HOSKXNS, Cashier. !
F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier.
'3 nrTKREST PAID ok TIMB DEPOSITS l.O ' 1 , h
tSTSave vonr earnings by denositlnar them
tney win onng yon an income. jsvery aonar saved, Ml two dollars made.'!
-. Uo deposits received of less than $1., '
. ... Interest paid on all deposits of $0 and over.
A laj-ge and complete line of
Plows and Points
Kept constantly on hand, together with
Garden Hose, Wire Netting,
Poultryland Fence Wire,
STOVES AND RANGES
. 3 ....ofivery description.
Your patronage is solicited at the -
OjilJdwn Hardware Store,
" NEW BUILDING, -
Q. I. ROSE
.. . 1,1 e" . : ., , ; .. ..
'I' -:B26 & 328
Knrxola JS iippllos tx Specialty.
Gods delivered free to all parts of the
lore porchasing, and be bonvinoed of bur low prices. '
ete line of Cartridges and
WISEr,Io.tary Public. l: Established
' .".'WISB &
XOANS AND RBAEi;; ESTATE,
bixtn ana jjougias Aves.i
Improved and Unimproved Lands and City
vtienaea to ior non-resiaents. Arties examined, Kents collected, and Taxes paid, v-
- It is Otxxs ,
. jfrWeJiope to atiract your attention. TWe have reasons many good
A hst of them and prices where quality is supreme. We don't dabble in
stuff, another reason we can save you
han cost. , How .can any establishment do that?
Our Goods and
1 A 3-bar Box
Tior Made, with
Velvtt CqlWr, tor
AND INSURANCE AGENT.
Prices to Suit the Times. V
- lots from $100 np
80LE AGENT of. the Hill-site
Town C9. addition, and the Eldo
rado Town Co. lower ' addition,
Residences, Business Properties,
Loans, Mortgages and Securities,
!. Successor to J. 8. Eiston, .
Honso id Sip Painting
Glazing, Paper Mangrlng, Etc.
Shop Opposite Express Office,
TELEPHONE 07. . -
CONTRACTOR li BUILDaR
" Kannfaotorer of
Sash and Doors, .
, Vv Scroll Sawing,
, . , ;.; Surfacing and Matching
and Office Corner ef Blanohard street and
, . .,. Grand avenue.
BAST LAB VEGA
Vice-President. - K ' ' ' :r
Hkrbt Gokjc, Presl . ....
H. W. Kbijlt, Vice Pres.
D. T. H OS kins, Treas.
Paid up capital, $30,000.
in the Las VnQAM Bawios Bask, where
UTIIAL & G
city.- -Call and examine our stooc ot
Ammunition always oh hand. , . -tit
- -, . i .
1861. - V: ,
P. O. HOGSETT.
HOQSETT.'.vV:vj, - :. - v::
Kat LasTegns, w: M. it.
Property for sale. .Investments made and
The finest line or Carriages, Buggies,
Landaus, Smreys, Fheatons and fioad
Carts In thi Southwest, ot the best
Idvery and Feed Stable.
mori n vrcai ,
money. We don't sell our goods at
Pt ices Stamped Witli the
; Trimmert with : '
Cream Lace, v.
for . ....
' 8 hook
JFirst National Bank,
LAS VEGASi NEW MEXICO.
, V JEFFERSON RATNOLD3, President .
JOHN W.. ZOLLARS, Vice-President. A. B. SMITH, Cashier,
Accounts Received Subject to Check.
; ' Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
East Las Vegas
r Hides and Pelts.
Raqch and : Mining SupplieSj
ence Wire, Nails, .
Picks and Shovels.
BLASTING GIANT POWDER.
PLOWS, Fflnia TOOLS,
and all kinds of
FARM. GRASS AND GARDEN SEED.
, ACME CEMENT PLASTER,
tt i v tv'-i I" 'ftuta. -mu I
- -.isf--y'i&n j,,,,!
(Saooessorto Coors Bros.) r
WHOIJtsilJt AMD BKTATX, DBALXB W
HABDWAES. LUHBEB, - SASH,
"." ' " ;i. tit-"'-" :
Gerrillos Hard :
EAST tAd yEGAS, . .
TELEPHONE No. 58 Goods dellTered
Z. . '""""' " ; T-sPrpprietor
. i- L lJas (Tust Received
.1 .. Of all Kinds
Which lie-offers for sale at prices to
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
. in tans' and
fast blacV, for
An honest "wnlst,
made in the tatest
. style-, for
South Side Plaza.
and Socorro. N. M.
tas Texas, New Mexico.
only first-class house.in the
Headquarters for stockmen,
In eharsreof Cnlaine Dsrurtmant
86o per meal; $6 per week. Tables supplied
with everything the market affords.
MRS. 8. B. DAVIS
i Rooms by the day for 60o to $1.00: iv
month, $6 to $12.
DOOES, BLINDS, YARSISHSS
"; " - ' . .. V ry
and Soft Coal;
' - '"'';
free In cltr.
of the .
an Assorted Stock of ' ' i
suit the times. ' He keeps on hand
? - - .
Streets, East Las Vegas.
Cerrillos Hard and
, Corner of Twelfth
Streets. Telephone 47.
Late of Ttps,.a, Kansas,
Reasonable Prices. 912 Frince St.
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