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DAILY OPTIC.
The People's Paper.
Kiw Kcira East&e Finest uumatc li the Worlfl
WMEES DRUG COMPANY,
I'JLAZ PHAKMACTi
(Successors to E. O, Murphey 4; Co.)
Retail DRUGGISTS.
Lending drug bouse in the south
west. Orders solicited and prompt- ,
iy filled. Prescriptions a specialty.
Fresh drugs and purest ohemloals, only,
ad In our prescription department.
Bole agent for Las Vegas for the sale of
t'ut celebrated -
MACBETH WATER.
1 HE
APRIL.
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TI1UUSDAY EVENING, APRIL 23. 1896
METROPOLIS MISCELLANY.
J. Biehl, leading undertaker.
63tf
Balloon ascension, to-morrow.
Baud practice, to-night, at city hall.
Mrs. Minnie Wallace Is reported quite ill
The New Brunswick
appetizing meal.
restaurant for an
108-if
Great London
cars, to-morrnw.
museum and aquarium
To-morrow will be & great day in Las
Vegas for the small boy.
The Springer farm In the suburbs of the
City will be some pumpkins, some day.
Sickness has confined Geo. H. Hutchi
son to his bed since yesterday morning.
Ilofmelster's grocery establishment is
ornamented with a new glass cigar stand.
The finder of an emerald-set ring will be
rewarded by leaving the same at this of
flee.
Joiinnle Booth and wife bare
into the Shupp prope rty, south
plaza.
moved
of the
Remember the Christian Endeavor mus
icale, this evening, at the Presbyterian
cburcb. ' '
Put your spare cash to work. Take a
share with the Mutual building and loan
association. 128-if
The cafe at the Montezuma club is a
losed institution, for the want of sufficient
pa' roc age.
Mrs. E. H. Cheever is on the program at
Prof. Hand's first summer concert, to be
given May 6th.
Just arrived, a large stock of wall
paper, fifteen cents and upward, double
roll. Nisaon & Herzog.
It
There will be a special meeting of the
ladies' Hebrew aid society at the temple
at 3 o'clock p. m., to-morrow.
Cleofas Romero had one of his ribs
loosened from a tendon while playfully
scuffling with Frank Barelo, of Pecos, yes
terday.
C. E. Perry received a telegram from E.
M. Bower stating that he bad reached
home in Connersville and was feeling
much better.
G. V. Heed & Co. will soon lay 240 feet
of water pipe from the mains on Eleventh
street down Columbia street to the Agua
Pura company's stables.
; Rev. A. A. Layton, the Baptist pastor,
contemplates an" early trip to Denver,
where be will have bis eyes thoroughly
examined by an oculist.
New poatoflioes have been established at
Pena Blanca, Bernalillo county, with
Chas. Lowenberg, postmaster; El Por
venir, Ban Miguel county, Margarito Ro
mero, postmaster.
Two shifts are now working In the
"Surprise" mine, out near Agua Zirca,
and they have reached a depth ' of sixty
feet. The ore looks better and gets softer
as the work goes on.
J. Y. Lnjan, of Ban Ignacio, is in the
city, to-day. He has turned the manage
ment of his fine summer resort, out there,
over to Col. Wax. McRae, of New York,
and it will be conducted in first-class
order by him this season. .
The workmen in the Trout springs coal
mine are in about sixty feet and now have
thirty-four inches of good coal. John
Jenkins, the expert coal miner of Bloss
burg, recently visited the mine and gave
them great encouragement.
W. E. OriteB received a telegram to-day
front W. 8. Standish.stating that the mine
down In Lake Valley looks better than he
expected to find it, and people here know
that he expected a great deal, too. He is
preparing a carload of ore for shipment at
once, -
A rare chance, to-morrow, for those who
desire to have their measures for spring
suits and overcoats, at Amos F. Lewi,'
'Forty-Five" Jimmie, tbe professional
cutter, was never known to make a misfit
suit, Tbe prices will be from $12.60 up
wards. . .. It
D. O'Xeefe, manager of the proposed
electrio railroad to Taos, is In the city from
Mora, and reports that everything is in
readiness, with the exception of the Las
Vegas end of tbe line, which J. L. Lock
wood is to look after, and he is just recov
ering from serious illness in Birmingham,
Ala.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John L. Chapman,
yesterday, at 6:80 o'clock p. m., a ten
pound boy. John L. is engaged in the
second-band-goods business, but this late
arrival at his home is brand new and first
class' in every particular. Mother and
child doing well, as is also "Papa" John.
A meeting of citizens will be held at the
Rathburn boot.and shoe establishment, is
evening, to- devise tc a) s and means 1 . of
equalizing taxation more satisfactorily in
some portions of tbe oity. Tbe common
conned have boen appealed to in vain and
now tbe county commissioners will be ap
proached 'm the matter. j
Uoiira. Vorsytue, UotuieUtev, HoUlnirs.
ortb, Kliuu, Murtlu, Rogers tnd Mayor
Ulney responded to roll call at the meeting
of tbe city council, lust evening Messrs.
Barber and Hatubllii absent.
On motion, t'M was appropriated for the
purpose of procuring an attendant to ac
company Capt. W.'B. Hall to the Soldiers'
borne at Santa Monica, California.
The city engineer presented bis report
acoonipauled wltb profile, etc., pa tbe
establishment ot a grade on Sixth ttrret.
A compromise grado was adopted, on ao-
oouut of tbe permanent improvement!
having been made on that street before tbe
city was Incorporated. ''
Messrs. Cbas. llfeld and John Bbank
were present, In the Interest of a franchise
for tbe Las Veaas street railway company,
and the committee to whom tbe proprsed
franchise was referred, some weeks ago,
were instructed to report on the same at
tbe next regular meeting. ''
The finanoe committee made a lengthy
report, which was received and ordered
filed.
Tbe treasurer was instructed to present
bills to the council for all moneys paid out
hy bim for Interest on bonds, warrants,
etc., and get warrants covering the said
amounts. .'',..''
Tbe report of - tbe olerk showing tbe
finanolal condition of the city, March 1st,
was read and referred to tbe finance com
mlttee.
Adjournment was then taken, subject to
the call of Mayor Olney. -'
' Tbe finance committee of the city council ,
composed of B. P. Forsytbe, L. H. Hof-
meister and C. Holllogswortb, made a
special report to the council, last evening,
stating that but 140 on dog licenses bad
been paid into the city treasury, while
thev believe that there are more than 100
canines subject to tax in the city. They
recommend that adogoatcherbe employed
to Impound tbe dogs which have no owners
who will pay taxes on them. Thirty-three
dollars have been paid in on tbe bicycle
tax. about one-third of tbe amount that Is
estimated should have been forthcoming,
Eight dollars were tbe receipts from tbe
vehicle liceuse, an amount 'way below what
it no doubt should be. Five business firms
in the city have not . paid their business
license.
The committee recommends that suits
be brought against those who have failed
to pay their poll tax and that steps be
taken to collect $147.84 expended by the
city in tbe improvement of Ulibarrl street
Tbe committee is of the opinion that tbe
municipality haB the right to collect tbe
oity taxes, if the county collector does not
do bo, and recommends that a test vase be
made..-
THB WOMEN'S CAUSE.
Program of Equal Suffrage Convention, to Be
Held at Perkins' Hall, Albuquerque,
N. M., April 38 and ag.
TUESDAY ASTEKKOON, 2:00
Devotional Exercises.
'"J he Need of the Hour," Mrs. Laura M,
Johns, Sallna, Kansas
Adoption of Constitution,
Appointment of Committees.
Reading ot Letters.
Introductions.
TUESDAT IVKNIKO, 8:00,
Music.
Address of Welcome Mrs. C. L. Bovard
AlbUQueraue.
Response Miss Clara N. Cummlngs, San
aiarciai
President's Address Mrs. J. D. Perkins
HUUboro.
Addr ss Mrs. Julia B. Nelson, Bed Wing,
Minn. .
rive-Minute Talk Urs. Laura M. Johns
WEDNESDAY MOKNISO, 9:80.
Opening Hymn.
Klect'on of Officers,
liep rts of Committees.
Adoption of Plan of Work.
Discussion: "How Pliall we Work to Ob
tain Best Practical Results In New Mex
lco" Mrs. Johns, Mrs. Nelson, and others
WEDNE8DAT AFTERNOON, 2:00.
Roll Call with Suffraae Quotations
Symposium: "Does the Business Woman
Need tbe Bal'ot?-Mrr. O. 8. Warren, Sliver
vny. "Does tne rroressionai woman Need
the Ballot?" Dr. Alice Rice, Las Veiras
"Does the single Woman Need the Hallo ?
Miss Etta Head, Watrous. "Does the
Married woman Need the Ballot?" Mrs
M. J. Borden, Albuquerque.
Singing. .
Reasons For and Against Equal Suffrage
xnree-ai inure apeecues,
rapers
Question Drawer.
Ml
scellaneous Business.
.WEDNESDAY EVZKINO, B:00. .".
Music.
Address Mrs. Laura M. Johns.
Supplementary Remarks Mrs. Julia B
Nelson.
The Btll-Jaxoo company, of Kokomo,
Ind., the senior member of which is Delos
F. Bell, pne ot Ibe oldest and ablest print
ers in northern Indiana, are now tbe man
ufacturers of a chemical compound, known
as electrileve, for tbe eliminationof elec
tricity from all qualities of paper, while
undergoing the process of printing. It
does not "swell" nor "pucker" the tym
pan, but tends to preserve It. The prices
of electrileve are fifty cents and $2 per bot
tie, the formula being furnished with tbe
larger priced bottle.
An exchange furnishes this recipe for
breaking boys of the cigarette habit
"Try bribery, persuasion or the shutting
off of bis allowance. If be remains obdur
ate, use rawhide on raw hide welt ; him
until be is ready to bold up bis hands and
promises to smoke no more of tbe little
death dealers. : If that does not stop bim,
drown bim, as a drowned boy is better
than one who smokes cigarettes."
E. D. White, a sheep-raiser, residing this
side of Clayton, Union county, is reported
to have lost between 8,000 and 10,000 bead
of sheep in the late big snOw storm; and a
man by tbe name of Slater, a resident of
that locality, had big flocks depleted to tbe
number of 6,000 head. In both Instances,
the fleecy fellows huddled themselves to
gether, with fatal results, y ....
James Smith, Ed Lewis, Hugh Chappell
and J. H. Landers are working a mine out
near Agua Zarca that was located four
teen years ago, but allowed to rest until
now. It runs well in silver, but no gold.
, Awarded
Highest Honors World's
'DR;
Fair,
CHEAT!
MOST PERFECT MADE '
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
' 40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
mm
lmitSQMAl4 PKNC1UNQ,
D, 0. Deujl is u from. La Ouen, to.
day, , , . ,
W. IS. Clark left for Ba.lt Lake City, to
day.
Mrs. Ben Young bis gone down to Mag-
dalena. . - ' '
Don Cecillo Baca la up from Guadalupe
county on business. - i 1
Father Faullan was a through passenger
for Banta Fa, last evening. v , : - .
J. Denton, ot Grenada, Cold.,' was tick
eted to Banta Fa, last evening.
Dr. W. K. Tipton and wife are Id Denver,
tbe latter for medical treatment. "
Manuel Ortit I In town from El Ballstre ;
Nioolas Aragon, from Anton Cbioo.
Miss Nellie Preston arrived from Penn
Tan, New York, on a visit to her ileter;
Mrs. B. H. Wells.
Mrs. Ed Moore and bar brother, Jake
Graft, left for Walnut Ridge, Arkansas,
Wednesday morning.' .
C. C. Hall and wife arrived from the
east, last evening, the latter., continuing
her trip to Albuquerque.
Van C. Smith, ao old-timer in soutbern
New Mexico, and a friend of Geo. W,
Hartman, is In the city, to-day. .
Louie Blumencbal is In town, to-day,
representing H. ' A. Kosenfleld Sc Co,
large New York hat manufacturers. . .. .
Juan Saoletevan, wl'e and daughter, ot
Taos, were In the oity over eight and left
tor borne via Banta Ye, this morning.
O. A. Robertson, of Indianapoliawho
has been In this city for several months for
health reasons, left to-day for Denver.
Uncle Abe Young, the old-time, loco
motive engioeer, bas been down town
from bis ranch above the hot, springs, to
day. ., . ,
, Miss L. D. Coggs well, stenographer to
Judge C. N. Bterry, solicitor for the, A. &
P., passed through for Albuquerque, last
evening.
Miss Stella Crandall and aunt, Mrs.
Crandall, arrived from Kansas' City, this
morning, and are paying their initial visit
to tbe Romeroville ranch, recently pur
ohaBed by Col. U. A. Crandall, of SedaUa,
Mo. : .. "' ; : '"
John J. Wood, St. Louis; F. A. Bur
bank, New York; A. 8taab, Santa Fe;
C. Hall, Albuquerque; E. 8. Hooper,
Philadelphia j R. E. Montgomery, fort
Worth; B. Banders, Trinidad; T. A. Lewis
Kansas City and L. : Blumentbal, New
York, are registered at the Depot hotel,
COUNSEL, AND CLIENT.
Vtritat nihil vtretur niH abtcondi.
Truth Is afraid of nothing but conceal
mem. , , - ,
Tbe Staab-Gusdorf case, .from Santa Fe
was still on trial In the district oourt, to
day. ' . .
Juan B. Tlxier and Luis A; C. de Baca,
of Vigil, Union oounty, each drew- 40.50
from the V. 8. court fund and boarded tbe
train for home. . .
Jake Block drew a U. B, eoart .certificate
in favor of Sol Flerabeim of Springer, .for
$33, the latter having left for up country
points to attend to bis sheep, after the re
cent destructive storm.
A decree pro cohfesso has been entered in
the Union county divorce case of Hodolfo
Polaco vs Rosita Polaco, and tbe same hai
been referred to Judge : O. T. Toombs, 'of
Clayton, as special master to take the
proofs to be submitted.
Gottlieb Hunziker, of Upper Ls Vegas,
has fetched divorce proceedings against
his consort, Miguela Alderte de Hunzlter,
alleging Manuel Garcia, Julian Aragon
and an American, whose name to the com
plainant is unknown, as co-respondents.
The U. S, grand jury was -discharged by
Judge Smith, this morning, each' member
drawing for Bervices and mileage, tbe fol
lowing amounts respectively: P. L.
PInard, $81; Alooso Service, $01.50; J. H.
Bullock, $58.50; Montgomery Bell, $33
B. C. -Gillespie, $51; J. Taylor, $50.50
Pablo Garcia, $91; Dolores Marquez,$89.50;
Pedro Sena, $32.90; Desiderio Pacheco,
$67.40; Juan Lujan, $50.80; -Ambrosio
Trujillo, $49; Hilario Martinez, , $41.60
Teodoro Dominguez,$68.60t Orlando Smith
Canuto Romero, $32; Carlos Lopes,
55.60; Juan Quintans, $42.60; Esquipula
Gallego", $19.90; -Marcellnq Montoya
$47.60; Elfego Campos, W7..70. , 1
BBPORT Or THE V. 8. OBANS JOBT.
To the Honorable Thomas Smith,' Chief
Justice of and Judge of said Court:
We, as grand jurors at this term of court
duly empaneled and charged to Inquire
into offenses arising under the constitution
and laws of tbe United States, present this
as our final report. ' -
The jury baa beeu io session sixteen
days, have considered twenty-two bills,
and have returned sixteen true bills.
We have considered to norsnn our in
quiries without fear or favor, and desire
to submit to your honor ..the impartiality
of our proceedings, . in-.our endeavor to
serve tbe law. Tbe jury finished ail the
matters submitted for Investigation, sev
eral days ago,..and have" been delayed to
tnis day because o( tbe absence of material
witnesses In a matter unconsidered, Your
urybaye pursued their labors, not with
tbe view of returning bllle "ot . great num
ber, but of fair presentment.". r i '
We desire to express our appreciation of
the efforts of the ofllcers of tbis court and
to your honor for your assistance. in fcil
ita ting the prosecution of our business ;
and such business being now consummated.
we ask that wif be finally discharged. -
, P. L. Pinab, Foreman.
.TRACK AND TIIAIN. Jr ; :
Mrs. C. C, Wray, wife of tbe chief die
patcner at tnuolnt, is visiting friends at
Raton. V ,; ,
Three firemen and an engineer, lately
arrived from Tbpeka. visited tbe hot
prlngs, yesterday;- '
R. E. Montgomery, traveling agent for
tbe M., K. & T arrived in tbe city from
the north, last evening.
Several engineers and firemen, from Ar
gentine, Kansas, are in the. oity and will
run between here and Raton.
The shopmen on the Atchison will take
Thursdays and Wundays off, instead ot
Saturdays and Sundays as heretofore.
w. a. Wright, night operator at Ihe
Las Vegas depot, bas gone up to Pueblo,
having been relieved at the key here by
Operator Owens, of Trinidad. '
Frank Trumbull, receiver of the U. P.
Denver & Gulf railway, has filed with the
district clerk in Las Vegas bis report of
receipts and disbursements for the month
of March, showing a disbursement of $144,
685,72, leaving a balance on hand, April
1st, $257,700.50. T '"w... .. . .
T. J, Pra( eeotlon foreman over
there, left Clayton, for Trinidad.CoIorado,
ri?wvrt?tr
. : First -clats Goodn
v fit Lowest Prices,
Fancy and Staple
...Groceries.
Fruits and Vegetable,
Fish "and Oysters. . . .
iri Season. Telephone 10.
where he goes to take charge of a "con
struction traio, operating between Trin
idad and Texlloe, Mr. prgen is a nnnaln
of F. T. O'Dowd, roadmaster of the U. P.,
D, ft G. railroad. '
No. 8, or any other , train, will not ex
ceed a speed of two hours and fifty min
utes from Raton to Las Vegas, a distance
of 110 miles; ' one hour and fifty-five
minutes from Las Vegas, -to Glorleta; one
hour and fifty minutes from Lamy to Al
buquerque. Tbls running time Inoludes
ordinaryi stops and for water and coal.
Passenger trains will not run at a higher
rate of speed than forty-five minutes from
Glorleta to Rivera. '
Brakeman L. A. Carter, of the Emporia
division, was. Instantly killed, the other
day; " U was coming west on an extra,
and when near Bterry siding the extra was
flagged by, the. work train. When the en
gineer of the extra applied the air to make
tbe stop, the coupling pin between tbe en
gine and first car broke. Tbls also broke
the air hose, which cansed tbe air to set on
tbe train suddenly, and Mr. Carter, who
was near tbe end of the first car, was
thrown to the ground, two cars passing
over him. He was forty-four years old
and married. '
. GUAB ANTE BONDS. '
Auditor J. F. H. McKibben, of tbe Atch
ison, bas Issued circulars 1 and 2 in refer
ence to the guarantee bonds for subordi
Date employes, and tbe assignment of dig
trlcts to be covered by the six traveling:
auditors. These are tbe first circulars Is
sued by tbe auditing department in To
peka since the re-organization of the road.
Circular No. 1, which deals .with tbe
rales in regard to tbe bonding of employes,
Is in general respects exactly similar to
the Old circular issuejl on this matter, with
the exception that tbe information con
veryed is much more explicit.
In circular Ho, 2 several changes are
made in the territory of tbe traveling au
ditors. The territory of A. L. Conrad, of
Albuquerque, in charge of district 6, was
found to bs too large, and a portion of the
work has been transferred to L. J. Mc
Quade, of Hutchinson, who bas charge of
district 4. The other changes are of minor
importance,'.
A copy ot each circular is to be forwarded
to all agents over the entire system. '
' AW ACCIDENT FOBTCNATBLT AVERTED.
: What came near being one of the most
disastrous wrecks in the history of the M"
K. & T. was averted a tew days ago by an
accident. The trains were the Missouri
Pacific east-bound express and . the Mis
sourl Paciflo fast mail, which have been
running over the Wabash and M., K, & T
between St. Louis and Sedalia since the
wreck of the bridge at tbe Gasconade
river. !' ....
.Tbe pilot on the St. Louis bound train re
celved orders to meet the fast mail at Es
till, the first station beyond Franklin Junc
tion and be read "E lliott" "for "Estill."
Elliott Is tbls side of Moberly.
.The operator at Estill, who entered his
office about tbe time the train went wbiz
zing through the town, casually opened his
key and "spoke" to Fayette: "No. 8 bas
just left here." The dispatcher at Moberly
hearing ' tbe message, was " fortunate
enough to stop the fast mail, which left
Moberly a few minutes late, at Fayette,
and averted-what might have been a fear
ful accident.
Fresh
Vegetables
Received
Daily. ?
The Grocer. . ;
An Attendant Wanted.
An invalid soldier ot Las Vegas, going
to the soldiers' home at Santa MonicaiCal.,
wishes an attendant on the train. : Parties
at a distance, going through, will , be paid
tor their services. Address City Physician,
or City Marshal, Ifiast l,as Vegas, Ne
Itexloo. " . 142 6t
f - For Sale.'
- Horse, light wagon, harness) saddle and
brid'e. -. The horse is young, a fine roadster
and saddle, animal. Apply at Cooley's
livery stable. ' ': 147 .-
People wlsblnK to sell or buy Improved
or unimproved real estate will do well to
see G. H. Hutchison & Co. i 28Stf
For parties, concerts
and
socials,
50
rent'
Rosenthal Bros', ball,
a-tf
tezuma
Center St., Bast Las Vegas.
CIIARLES WRIGaT, l'iobyr.
Best Twenty-five Cent
Meals in Town.
Tables supplied with everything tbe mar
ael aaoras. Patronage solicited.
"1 ' '
GIF X BOWLES,
Destauran
man
s Offering the Greatest Values Jri Dry Goods,
Harness, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots,
Shoes and Groceries.
WE'VE A PINE
Purchased at a Great Sacrifice, and will
Our Customers the Advantage of this..
Special Low Pricey
H E B ES T PJL AC E IN TH E C if
. . .
r.iAOonic
The Largest and Best AssortedStock of , .
9 rr .-"s
i-'
, W -in--.
" New Mexico Seed, House.
QEntZRAL COMMIOOION BUOINEOO.
Successor to
HARTMAN .& WEIL.
Art Cnnnrfe. gl
'" " " greater
satisfaction Bsaor covering
mattings,
j .'
grades, to
than anything else for sam
value. We ava them' al
T6. whole
wool, or "union". Id :mot(
beautiful deslgnr and f new1
color combinations r e a
such as we
"works of art", from H.00
16.00, sizes 2Vy3 yards, 3x3
8i33i, 8x4, 4x4X, and 4x
yards, fitting r nearly all
-rooms. ' :i , "f
Cash Novelty
' ' ' "y7
;u Our Convincing: Prices Compel
' Recognition of Our Leadership.
Sea Island Percales, yard
Fibre Lining, 66 inch; ioc yd. 1 ; "i -Flatter
Duck, light shades, io yds. f or"7SC. ,
Tdsslir'.SilkT exiraqua.ityt'.;9S yd.
Boys' Cheviot Shirt Waists, all sizes, 25c each.
Just Received. New Line of Fancy Silks for Waists;
Best Assortment of Ladies'
True Fit Guaranteed. Low Prices.
Standard Paper Patterns are pronounced "Superior to all Others'
t ' leading-dressmakers. Try them I
HEWRY LEVY &
"4. - Sfxth Street,
VMM
DEALERS IN
Cr;; ,-gasol ine STOVES.
Full Assortment of Graniteware and Tinware,
! Agricultural Implements. ' -
,w. i Masonic Temple, East Las Vegas.
WILLIAM BAASOH.
---. - v.o. ......
Who le willing to stand or f all on hie
' . . mSrltBaaa naker, haa oonatantly -
;. ...f.. .-. onaaJeat the .
LAS VEGAS BAKERY
"" - a-., .J-f-;; , ?,
Opposite Postofflce, West Side. ';
rRKSH BRKAD,' OAKR9 AND ' FIX
Boecia.1 order filled on (bort notloe.
JOHN B.-STILL,
Contractors-'
wfHarid Guilder. ,
Ofllce next
door." west of .
Buildinjr.
Th Optic,
LOT OP GOODS,
give
on Dress Goods.
TO BUY YQU CHOCERIES.
ani le Co,
TEMPLE.
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS
) In the City.
Attractive Prices. :' ',
Up-to-Date; Styles
Call and Sea Our Ladies' 20th Century Shoes
GRAIN. SEEDS.
G. B, WOODS.
Guarding Your Interests
" w In Carpets. ,,r:.-
We have this spring brought: from
the markets, 9 laiger, better aiid hand
somer line than' ever; before, and in
quality and price, can
Compete with Anybody
Anywhere.
. Our purchases are' now all here and
we urge early selection by our patrons
to secure best choice. Sewing and
laying at lowest charge.
Oil Cloths, Rugs, Art Drapery Cloths, Iace
linoleums, In allt .
,.. '. Curtains, the new fish-net,
suit all purses.)
house can bepoint a' esprit, ana otner
brightened and beautifledSnorelties in window hang
by a pretty rug or two,)ln", Bre ,bon by us in great
have In ve!vet, . , a,
Smyrna, wllton, moquette.S
and Japanese weaves. Ourand shade and curtain fix
Japan and China mattings),,,,. ,,,,1 ...nr,.
from 20o to 60c are ' tbe ("""""" .
cheapest and neatest you?ment at lowest prices.
'have ever seen.
The Plaza.
Dry Goods Store.
wide, Best Quality, I2C yd
Shirt Waists in the City.
by the
Opposite Ppstoffice.
& CIYERS,
Ranges.
V'J.fTWRR.SMf.:
Florist : ami : LanflscBpe Gardener.
Particular attention paid
to pruoiog trees, etc. .
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS,
For Friday, April 24th, and Saturday, April 25.
JUST TO dRE ATE MORE BUSINESS IN THESE TWO DAYS.
39c will buy io yds. of good unbleached Muslin-
40c will buy io yds. of Amoskeag 6ingiam, staple and fancy check.
- 49c will buy io yds. of "fine Shirtii: Calico.
69c will buy io yds. of Fruit of the Loom or Lonsdale, a yard widej
Hsavy Crochet and Marseilles Quilts.
62c for a 10-4 Crochet Quilt. For
mer, price, 85 c. s
75c for a 10-4 Marseilles Pattern
Quilt. Former value, $1.00
9Jc for a 1 1-4 heavy Quilt. A
good value and cheap.
$1.18 for a 12-4 heavy Quilt. Fine
Marseules and a grand value.
R
i4ki;t.
mm, wami
Wholesale Grocers
VSool Dealers,
, Easi Las Vegas and Albnqnerqne, New Mexico.
GROSS, BLACKWELL & KELLY
. -4--WOOL,-
.ioo, loa and 104 North Second St.,
' St. Louis, ' Mo.
cgPfflllS HERE!
We Can Fit
Nobby Spring
In tact, we have the only
Up-to-Date Spring Clothing,
that is being shown in this city.
Boycie Brash, $
Agent for. t '
Sterling !
Syracuse
Bicycles. " J
. Up-to-Date
O.H(GP0HTON,
-DEALER IN
, StoTBS & AgriGultnrai
OP ALL KINDS.
k large stook of Stoves and Flows now on hand, which will be sold a littl)
above cost. These goods are all warranted to be ot the very best make in th
United States, and to give perfect satisfaction. t -,
At the Old Stand on Center Street. EAST LAS VEGAS. 29. M.
AGUA PURA COMPANY
WHOLESALE DEALP.lt IN
PURE MOUNTAIN
Late, and storage ia Las
.aja.rru.stl Capacity so.ooo Tons
Our Ice is pure, firm and clear, and gives entire satisfaction
. .. . to our many patrons. ..- ,W '...
Office: 620 Douglas Ave., East Las Vegas, N. M
Iew Millinery Store.
7 ; I have just received a nice line of
MILLINERY GOODS, PATTERN HATO,
Etcj and am; an experienced trimmer. Also do dress
' cutting and making, by' a tailor system. Fit any form.
I solicit the ladies of Las Vegas to call and see my goods
. and get my prices.
Fairs. R. S. Kencstr ick,
602 Douglas Ave., East Las Vegas.
PHCENIX MEAT MARKET,
J. S, Dillon, Prop.
Dealer in all kinds of
' .
PRESHpEATS,
IlHAMS AND BACON,: :
Fish, "Game and Poultry in Season.
ORDERS SOLICITED.
Agency:-
New Idea Pattern.
Thompson's Glove-FiUing Corsets
Her Majesty Corsets
R. A O. Corsets , .
Ferris' Good Sense Warists
Nazareth Children 'a Seamless Rib
In d Waieta
Foster'. Kid Gloves
He) wood Sleeper Baby Carriages
No Trouble
to Showdoods.
?uwvv K) -: - v.';
'-V.,-: .i-fCi.i,J
You Out With a
Suit or Overcoat
, Glance at our windows when you pass, and see the
finest line oFNeckwear, Hats and Shirts, in the city.
Clothier and Haberdasher.
Vegas Hot Ssrinp Canon.
The Lyons House,
809 South Railroad Ave., Near Depot.
EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS.
Elegantly Furnished Rooms.
Tables set with everything the
Market affords. Price reasonable.
MRS. S. MORSE, - - Proprietress
The Opportunity
has now arrived, to
procure for the spring
season, a beautiful
Novelty Dress Pattern,
For 5.00
Of S yards each. No two alike,
Bought to be sold tor 17.50 to $12.00
Must be seen to be admired.
IGE

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