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THE DAILY OPTIO.
The People's Paper. Kit Mexico Has tic Finest Climate In the Worio 1HTKKS DROG COMPANY, PLAZA. PHARMACY, (Successors to E. O, Murpbey & Co.) Wh""":, M druggists. Leading dru home In the south' went. Order solicited and prompt ly filled, Prescriptions a speolalty. Fresh drugs and pureat chemicals, only, naod lu our preaortptioa department. Hole agent for L Vejrai for tbe aale of the celebrated MACBETH WATER. APKIL. S M T W T F S 77 .7 77J7 5 6 78 9 10 11 13 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26I27 28 29 30 . . .'. . .1 X FK1DAY EVENING, APRIL 24. 1896 METltOPOLlS MISCELLANY. J. Blehl, leading undertaker. 63tf Who will write the valediotory? li. Vollmer baa purchased a fine oelo for bis own use. The New Brunswick restaurant for an appetizing meal. 106-If 'The show bill bare been extensively gazed at, to-day. Floyd Coleman's father, in Fort Scott, Kansas, is very 111. Orchestra practice at rooms, this evening. Prof. Hand's Herman Ilfeld has fire new Crescent bi cycles due to arrive here soon. Thirteen towns-people went out to take baths at the hot springs to-day, Mibs Amelia Lopez will tike part In the Teatro-Tballa, Sunday evening. A car of lime is being loaded from the Myers kiln out at the hot springs. A child is said to have bann hnrn nn j wedlock In the old town, yesterday. There are two advertised letters In the east side postoflice for Willis J. Pegg. Tho Shakespeare club will meet with Mr. end Mrs. John Robblns, this evening. A car load of tee was shipped to Deal ing, to-day, by the Agua Pura company. Remember that the publlo library, to morrow, will be open from 2 to 5 o'clock. ' Prof. Sodriug will aBslst in the enter tainment at Uosentbal hall, Monday even ing. Put your spare cash to work. Take a share with the Mutual building and loan association. 128 -tf If Las Vegas is to hive that street fair this fall, our citizens must be up and doing as one man. Ice cream and cake for those who desire It, will be served at Rosenthal hall, Mon day evening. . Latest styles men'B derby hats, in gray or brown mixed ; price $2, at Sporleder's Come and get one. 2t Just arrived, a large stock of wall paper, fifteen cents and upward, double roll. Nis8on & Herzog. It D. C. Wioterj went home from the store this morning, sick, but showed up behind the prescription case again, this afternoon. Alejandro Montoya, a boy from Ban Ig nacio suffering from lung trouble, baa been admitted into the ladies' home in this city. The school children were given a half- holiday, this afternoon, and an opportunity afforded them to attend the animal show. Six double teams from Cbafflo & Dun can's stable were sent out Into ths country to-day with bill posters for the Wallace circus. J. n.Teltlebaum offers on the installment plan, homes for sale, payable f8 a month. Bee bis advertisement elsewhere in this paper. It is said that some political changes are being brought about in San Miguel county, just at present, that will truly startle the Datives, when once known. Miguel Montoya, the employe at Rosen - wald's who has been laid up with an in jured leg, was able to be about town a lit tie, yesterday, for the first time. Dr. F. E. Olney and Judge E. V. Long have divided between themselves the eighty-acre ranch north of this city, for luerly owned by tbem In partnership, Charles Jewett, Jr., formerly of this city and Socorro, is now in the employ of D. J, Young, representing the Anheuser-Busch brewing association, at Fort Bmith, Ark. There was a man about town to-day at tempting to paBS a counterfeit flO bill. If you have time, look over your ten-dollar bills and see If you have been victimized. The Christian Endeavor musicale at the Presbyterian cburcb, last evening, was a very enjoyable affair throughout, and was well managed by the young people who bad It in charge. The great London museum and aquarium cars are on exhibition In this city, to-day, on the hot springs branch in proximity to the Corcoran coal yard. Doors open till 10 o'clock, to-nigbt. 8. E. Market, of Pennsylvania, a guest at the Harvey ranch, is an inventive gen Iub, be having constructed a clever, new fangled threshing maobiue, np ther6, from the crude materials at band. Ore taken from the ''Surprise" uiiiie, yesterday, ran H 60 in gold to the ton. Tbia la a great deal better than was ex pected at this depth, and those interested are now very confident of ultimate success. Nicolas T. Cordova to-day sent thirty men out .to bis Loa Alamitos ranch, to as sist daring lsmbing season; also, a force of forty-five laborers to the Ute creek neighborhood, where they will be employed by Francitco Gallegos, llMt Jutlidi hi bu'tta HiiiliH JbteMrtl it la tho duty or a Kood juilne td r'OOlove the t uiUe of i ligation, lbs IH'xt ctue reached on tils Junket will be that agalimt Marurlo Uutlorrei for an a.aault on Muuuel Uousalen, out at Olgulu bill. In the absonce of Judge Smith at Raton, to-day, Attorney J. D. W. Veeder baa 00 cupled the bench In the district court, with dignity andulapatch. ' The U. S. graud jury, recently dis charged, failed to find an Indictment against A. Begura, accused of intimidat ing witnesses at court. 1 . The Btaab-Qusdorf caso, from Santa Fe, litigation between uncle and nephew, has been compromised by the parties them selves, by and with the consent of coun sel, judge and jury. In the case of the United Statea airalnst roionia da Range), the former sentence of thirty days In the county jail bas been modified to that of the payment of $81.74 and costi in all, 141. 40, and upon doing so, she be released from custody. Aacenoion Arguello baa been on trial in the diatrict court, to-day, for a raps com mitted on ths person of Valentine Munla at Loa Torres, October 17th, 1802. The court appointed W. B. Bunker to defend the accused, and be bas bten hammering away on the caae all day. Judge Louis Bulzbacber baa filed a suit In the Mora county court against Wm. Naeglln, administrator, Henry, Annie, Charles, Frank and Edward Korte, heirs at law of the estate of the late Henry Korte, over there, for (1,600, and asking that certain described property be sub jected to the payment of the debt. The case of John Brennan against the Atlantic & Pacific and Atchison, Topeka & Banta Fe railways, to recover damages for the loss of afoot, was submitted to the jury In the district court, at Albuquerque, yes terday noon. They returned a verdict awarding damages In the sum of $3,000 against the Atlantic & Pacific and reliev ing the Atchison on the ground that it was not shown that the Atchison company had any knowledge of the fact that persons were in the habit of crossing where the cars were switched. Soma days ago, E. L. Foster, receiver of the First national bank, at Dealing, filed a bill of complaint in the district clerk's of fice against Moses E. Dane and wife, of Colfax county, Francis M. Dimmick and wife, of Los Angeles, Cal., Henry Chase and wife, of Lyndon, Vermont, Wm. S. Eno, of Pine Plains, N. Y., Israel King, of Dealing, assignee of C. H. Dane and wife, the San Miguel national bank, of East Lis Vegas, tee "csttian uiiigage auu ianu investment company, parties defendant claiming, that on November 26tb, 1895, the said receiver obtained a judgment in tbe district court of Grant county for tbe snm of $23,217.65 against the Vermejo company, corporation organized under tbe laws ef New Mexico for farming and cattle-rais ing; and that said judgment remains un satisfied, though M. E. Dane and wife are still Interested in several tracts of land, among others, the Horse Shoe ranch in Colfax couuty. It is asked that such property be declared to be held in trust for the Vermejo company and be applied to the satisfaction of tbe judgment hereto fore granted E. L. Foster against the Ver mejo company. The Ladles' Home. Mrs. M. C. Raynolds, Mrs. Flora E. Mil- ligan and Dr. Alice H. Rice, of the board of management, have made the following statement of tbe amounts of bills for tbe maintenance of their borne in this city and tbe other neoessary expenses incurred in taking care of the indigent patients by tbe ladies' relief society for the month ended on March 31st: Oraaf & Bowles groceries, $5 40; K. D. Qoodall, drugs, $1.60; O. G. - cbaefer, drugs, $10.15; Peter Roth, meats, $28.65; S. A. Studebaker, eggs and corn starch, $2.30; Geo. B Wooda, feed, $4.00; L. H. Hofmeister, groceries, $4.50; John Robblns, wool for mattresses, $4.40; Mrs. F. P. Waring, canned fruit, $4; Geo. W. Hickox Be Co., butter knife, $1; Alice H. Rice, money ad vanced for Incidentals, $13.65; D. Winter- nitz, hardware, $3.75; Mrs. M.E.James, salary as matron, $8; W. O. Davis, wages, $15; Mrs. Lydick, wages as cook, $7.25; total, $233.65. The meeting at C. A. Bithbun'a store, last evening, to consider tbe matter of a juster equalilzation'of property appraise ments, was presided over by W. A. Givens, and C. V. Hedgcock was chosen secretary. It was the sense of those present that a re duction abould be made in the aggregate value of real estate. The land lying be tween Trambley's on the north Mora road, on tbe east, National street on the south, and the corporate limits of East Las Vegas on tbe west, were particularly Included In a plan of equalization to be applied. A committee, consisting of W. A. Givens, J, B. Allen and S. Patty, were appointed to cirry out tbe wishes of the interested prop, perty owners present and report at a meet ing to be beld at tbe same place, to-mor row evening. There will be an important meeting of the New Mexico cattle sanitary board at the office of Secretary La Rue, in Las Vegas, to-morrow. Besides Gov. Thorn ton, who is coming over from Banta Fe, there will probably be present Judge Boone, N. A. Bolich and J. P. Byron, of Deming, who will come prepared to refute tbe rumors in circulation recently to tbe effect that the cattle being imported from Mexico are Infected indeed, ' that there is no earthly reason why a quarantine should be maintained, down there. Jake Block at the Boston Clothing House can make you an elegant suit to order cheaper than any one. It Men's enamel lace shoes, very fine, at Sporleder's. lit Awarded Highest Honors World's Pair, CHEAT! PCvlOQ MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crane Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret! from Ammonia, Alum or any otlier adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. mm 3. th iJauiet was Id froth" Mora, jetted (lay. Mrs, Graua M. Griawold left for Denvar to-day. , A. Btaab returned to Santa Fe, this morning. . . ' J. A, Phillips, the well-known Chicago tailor, la the oity. - Cbaa. A. Spleee and Mrs. Lynch leave for Banta Fe, this evening. Warrick Johnson will leave for bis Red river home, to-morrow. George R. Buckley was a south-bound pasienger, last evening. . Levi A. Hughes It over this way from Banta Ke on business, to-day, , L. Biumenthal, New York hat drummer, went over to Banta Fe, to-day. v , Simon Banders, tbe liquor man, of Trial dad, drove over to Mora, to day. " Mrs. Richard Lowrv and daughter re turned from Denver, this morning. ; Miss Ophelia Henrique la at the bedside of her sick mother, from Springer. Col. F. A, Blake ant ion, Frank, have been in town from Roclada, to-day. A. Singer, tbe salesman of Albuquerque, went down to Anton Cnloo, this morning, F. M., L. and C. Gilchrist are In from Ea panola and are registered at tbe Central hotel. ,.''".' Ira B. Jackson, tbe insurance man from California, was a visitor at tbe bet springs, yesterday. ' Antonio J. Vigil has been in town from Tecolote, to-day ; Juan Quintan left for Ban Agustin. W. J. Lonmis, at attache of tbe TJ. 8, marshal's office, returned from a trip np tbe road, last evening. - John Stein is In town, to-day, looking none the worse for the severe sickness he recently passed through. Chss. F. Rudulph drove in from Rocl ada, last evening, In company with bit lit tle son, Louis F. Rudulpb. . G. Hill Howard, the Albuquerque land attorney, will go down to Rowe, this even Ing, and return here, Bunday. " ' ' Ex-Delegate Mark Smith, of Arizona, was en route for that Territory on last evening's No. 1 passenger train. Judge Joseph Boone is p from Deming to attend a called meeting of the cattle sanitary board here, to-morrow, - Byron K. Koowles, of Deming, was In town, yesterday, on his way up to Raton to attend the G. A. R. encampment. J.a C. Bromagem and Ell Caldwell, of this city, are attending the G. A. R. en campment and camp fire at Raton, to-day, W. E. Dame and J. W, Akers passed through for Banta Fe, last evening, from visit to tbe Hematite mining camp, np the road. ... ,".( - F. R. Griffith, W. M. Godsey, Ban Fran Cisco; Jas. Martin, Denver; Jos.-Boone, Deming, are registered at tbe New Optic hotel. Judge Thos. Smith left for Raton on tbe early morning train and will talk to the boys In blue at a G. A. R. camp fire, up there, this evening. John McCormick, a Union county sbeep raiser, drove about ninety miles across the country, yesterday, and caught a train for .Las Vegas, last evening. Jake Stern and family are in tbe city from Mora to meet Dan Btern and bride, who are expected to arrive from the east, this evening, or in the morning, - . David A. Bittner, Albuquerque; Capt. W. L. Alderson, wife and daughter, Ham ilton, Canada; Bird Rose, Whit wood, -8. D. ; Chas. F. and Louis F. Rudulph, Root ada; Miss Mattie Hopley and sister, At lanta, Iowa, put up at tbe Plaza hotel, to day. L. A. Hughes, Banta Fit; L. H. Lewis, Emporia, Kas.; C. H. Campbell and wife, Littlefield, Minn. ; Mrs. R. L. Pennv and daughter, Minneapolis; J. A, Phillips, Chicago; Isidor Cohn, Ban Franolsoo; 8. C. Bhnpstall, St. Louis, are registered at the New Optic. Combination tan shoe dressing; price 15 and 25 cents, at Sporleder's. . 2t During tbe winter season, while travel to California was heavy, tbe Atchison "fly er" paid a handsome profit, thereby dem onstrating tbe success of the departure, At present, however, California travel is exceedingly light, and train . No. 8 passes through, day after day, with the Pullman cars almost entirely unoccupied. Mean while, tbe expense remains the same, The officials of both tbe operating and passenger departments state that tbe lim ited train service will be established early In tbe fall, Immediately, upon the com mencement of California travel. B.C. Rodes, a health-seeker from Ronce- verte. West Virginia, who hat been here for the past few months, died at tbe IadleB home, yesterday afternoon. The body was embalmed by Undertaker Prigmore, and sent by express back to Atton, West Vir ginia, on tbe afternoon train. Tbedeoeased was a man of about forty years of age, and up until bis death was postmaster at hii home town. A number of parties in the city, includ ing tbe reporter, are indebted to Col. T. B, Mills for a package of native herbs, known as Gavitt's system regulator, he having sent a Mat of the names of citizen to the Topeka manufacturers of this proprietary medicine, though not claiming , that the wearer and bearer of every nam was in need of a tonio of some or any kind. .-- Wm. M.Dale, advertising agent for the Wallace shows, arrived in this city, last evening, with bis car and sixteen assist ants, and immediately proceeded to bill tbe town in the usual thorough and expe ditious manner, tbe party Intending to go south on a freight train at 10 o'olock, last night. ... L,et tbere be a full attendance of tbe membert of tbe fair committees at "the of fice ol Col. T. B. Mills, at & o'clock, this evening. Already, some of tbe papers of tbe Territory, notably tbe Albuquerque Democrat, are chiding us for onr inactivity in this matter. ' ' Fine furnishing goods and everything needed by a well dressed man can be bad at low prices at Boston Clothing House. It tboe at $3; St Men't Russia gost !:e bard to beat, at Sporleder's. Year Stomach. Disease elsewhere cannot be eonqnered. if your stomach does not do its work well. Macbeth mineral water is a certaio cure for indigestion and other disorders of the stomach. Begin in the proper manner to build np your system by drinking Macbeth water, freBh from tbe well every looming. At Both't meat market, JH-u first -clar Uuiw nt Lowest I rices. GIF I ns, Fancy and Staple ...Groceries. Fruits and Vegetable, Fish and Oysters .... in Season. Telephone 16, THACK AND TRAIN.' " - it Is said that tbe new A., T. & S. F train schedule will tlunrivn nvry town in the Territory of a daylight mail service. New Mexican. ; , ' R. W. Thomas, superintendent of the Tamploo branch of the Mexloan Central, sent in his resignation, wbloh tbe company refused to accept. Bam Towner left the City of Mexico for La Junta, Colo,, to work In tbe Atcblsou shops at that place. Bam Is a floe machin ist; 'way np in G. , It Is rumored that F. W. Johnstone, long superintendent of motive power for tbe Mexican Central, will soon re.ign and ac cept a position with the Inter Oceanic . I). M. Hayne, formerly master meohanto of the Tamploo branch of tbe Mexican Central, at Ban Luis, is now general fore man of the Atchison shops at La Junta. Jack Easley, formerly of the Atchison at El Paso, Is doing good service for the Mexican Central company as trainmaster at San Luis Potjsl and Is deservedly pop ular. i . : Engineer William Millen, of tbe M. K. & T., wbo was shot In the jaw at tbe time of the Pryor creek, I. T. robbery, several months ago, bas been assigned a passen ger run between Coffeyvllle and .Parsons. Wm. Tell, wbo so aooeptably filled tbe position of assistant in the material de partment of the Mexican Central, at Juarez, some years ago, still holds down tbe position of storekeeper for tbe com pany in the City of Mexico. When tbe new Atchison management de cided to close tbe city ticket office in Wich ita, in the interest of economy, tbe ques tion of closing tbe city offices- at Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Topeka, St. Joe, Leaven worth, Lawrenoe and Atchison was also considered. Tbe city offices at Lawrence and Atchison are to be abolished, prob ahly My lt, 4 it is SGVT thouKu. iuat since tbe closure of the Topeka office bas been ordered, tbe city offices at tbe other considered points, with the possible excep tion of St. Joseph, will also be abolished. TBB ATCHISON HOSPITAL FOND." The fnnd out of which the Topeka hos pital was built was largely accumulations of tbe early days of the hospital associa tion, when tbe expenses of Its operation were practically nothing. On April 17tb, 1884, tbe Atchison railway employes asso ciation was Incorporated and tbe first step taken in tbe direction of tbe present hos pital system. Tbree years later, tbe asso ciation was enlarged to take in the em ployes of all leased and operated lines of the Atchison, and was then named tbe Railway Employes association. In the spring of 1891, as the association had grown to such magnitude, It was thought advis able to establish separate associations for the leased and operated lines, thereby sep arating them from tbe Atcblsou -system. Tbe separation was accordingly made, and on May 30tb, 1891, the present system was incorporated under the name of tbe Atchi son, Topeka & Santa Fe Hospital associa tion. A separation of tbe accumulated fnnds was also made at tbe same time, and it was then found that tbe portion belong ing to tbe Atcbiioo system proper was suf ficient to build tbe present hospital building In Topeka. A gentleman should never mount a bi cycle until the lady with whom be is rid ing is settled In ber saddle. Then be may mount and follow her. Wben practicable they should ride abreast, the lady always the right side. Wben a narrow road makes this impossible, tha lady should go ahead, to that tbe escort may know at once should any danger n enace ber. " ' Jake Block bas some spring suits tor $10 that will aurprise you for value. It Fresh Vegetables Received Daily. : The Grocer. .... For 5ale. Borse, light wagon, harness, saddle and bridle. Tbe borse is young, a fine roadster and saddle animal. Apply at Cooley's livery stable. 147-tf People wishing- to sell or buv ImDroved or ou improved real estate will do well to G. H. Hutchison & Co. 265lf , Montezuma Restaurant Center St., East Las Vegas. ; CHARLES WEIGHT. ProDr. Best Twenty-five Cent , Meals in Town 15 J Tablet supplied with everything the mar aei anorus. Patronage solicited. WM. MALBOEUF s Offering the Greatest Values in Dry Goods, Harness, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes and Groceries. WE' VE A FINE Purchased at a Great Sacrifice, and will Our Customers the Advantage of this.. . Special Low Prices on Dress Goods. HE BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO BUY YOU GROCERIES. . A. A. SENECAL, Manaeer, Tlii Sprier Boot and we Co., MAOOfJlC TEMPLE. The Largest and Best Assorted Stock of ! T - - ' HAY. GRAIN. SEEDS. New Mexico Seed House. GENERAL COr.lMIGOION DUOINEOO. Successor to HARTMAN & WEIL. Art Squares gta Joii Cloths, Rugs, jftrt Drapery Cloths, satisfaction as floor covering-) mattings, . . . , , . . tBan anvth ner e se for samedrrades. to nliSTna whnla wool or "union". In most? brightened beautiful designs and newsby a pretty co.or combination. - r. eai8acn as we nave in veivet.v ari Bhad(JS and gha(U "works of art", from $4.00 toCamyrna, Wilton, moquette.J 10.00, sizes 2Kx8 vards. 8x8.Snd Japanese weaves. Ojr)and shade and cnrt.ln fis 34, 4x4 V and to'oSc Tr"' th'e ures sr. also in full assort- yards, fitting .nearly alKbeapeat and neatest youment at lowest prices, rooms. - - i - ha,ve ever teen. - ? 1 ' Cash Novelty Our Convincing Prices Compel Recognition of Our Leadership. Sea Island Percales, yard Fibre Lining, 66 inch, ioc yd. Flutter Duck, light shades, 10 yds. forsc. . Tassar Silk, extra quality, 9c 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" leading dressmakers. Try them I ' " BUY LEVY & BRO. Sixth Street, Opposite Postoffice. DEALERS Great Western Stoves GASOLINE STOVES. Full Assortment of Qraniteware and Tinware, Agricultural Implements. Masonic Temple, East Las Vegas. WILLIAM : BAASOH. rho is willing to stand nr fall on hit mfiritai aasa ban aker. has oonatently onaaJeattue LAS VEGAS BAKERY Oppoalte Postoffice. West Side. rRZSH BBAD. OAEIB ASD Flit i Bpeola ordera filled on abort notloe. JOHN R STILL, Contractor and Buiider. Office next door west of Building. Tm Optic, LOT OF GOODS, give BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS vV- In the City. New Designs Attractive Prices Up-to-Date Styles Call and See Our Ladies' 20th Century Shoes G. B. WOODS. Guarding Your Interests In Carpets. We liave this spring brought from the rtiarkets, a larger, better and 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. lace linoleums, In all ( ,. .,. (iurta ns, the new fish-net, suit all purses.) ' ' hnme can be point d' esprit, and other and beaut;flednoveltiea in window hang rug or 'WOings are shown by ns in great The Plaza. Dry Goods Store. wide, Best Quality, I2c yd Shirt Waists in the City. by the s. J.THDRNHILL, Hoiist anfl LanJscapg Garflener. -r " j Particular attention paid , , to pruning trees, etc. - & MYERS, IN ' Range EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS, For Friday, April 24th, and Saturday, April 25. JUST TO CREATE MORE BUSINESS IN THESE TWO DAYS. 39c 'will buy ib yds. of good unbleached Muslin. 43c will buy io yds. of Amoskeag Gingham, staple and fancy check. 49c will buy 10 yds. of fine Shirting Calico. 69c will buy io yds. of Fruit of the Loom or Lonsdale, a yard wide. Heavy Crochet and Marseilles Quilts. 62c for a 10-4 Crochet Quilt. For mer price, '85c. ... ... . 75c for a 10-4 Marseilles Pattern Quilt.' Former valued $1.00 9'2c for a 1 1-4 heavy Quilt. A good value and cheap. $1.18 for a 12-4 heavy Quilt. Fine Marseilles and a grand value. mm, LAemm r Wholesale Grocers "AN Wool Dealers, East Las feg&s and Alboqnerqne, New Meilco. . '. GROSS, BLACKWELL & KELLY WOOL, . loo, 103 and 104 North Second St., St. Lcniis Mo. IpING IS '' tf sss stj We Can Fit You Out With a Nobby Spring Suit or Overcoat I FOR IE8S MONEY THAN ANY HOUSE IN LflS VEGI18. In fact, we have the only Up-to-Date Spring Clothing, that is being shown in this city. Boycie Brash, Agent for -' "ft """ nr j i i Syracuse Bicycles. J Up-to-Date O L. HOUGHTON, -DEALEB IK Mare 1 l;--,' OF ALL KINDS. ( ' - A large stock ol Stoves and Plows now on band, which, will be soldaHttl above cost. These goods are all warranted to be of the very best make in th United States, and to give perfect satisfaction. . " At the Old Stand on Center Street. EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M. AGUA PURA COMPANY 1 , WHOLESALE DEALER IN j PURE MOUNTAIN ICE : Lat&s and Storage in Las ?eas Hot Springs Canoe. J-'ji j&xixiAJLoJ. Capacity 50,000 Tons Our Ice is pure, firm and clear, and gives entire satisfaction . to our many patrons. Office: 620 Douglas Ave., East Las Vegas, N. M lew Millinery Store. I have just received a nice line of MILLINERY GOODS, PATTERN HA TO, Etc., 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. Mrs. R. S. Kenestrick, 002 Douglas Ave., East Las Vegas. PHCENIX MEAT MARKET. J. S, Dillon, Prop. Dealer in all kinds of FEESH MEATS, HAMS AND BACON, Fish, Game and Poultry in Season. ORDERS . SOLICITED. Agency:- New Idea Pattenrf Thompson 'a Glove-PHtinjf. Corsets Ber Majesty Corset. R. A a. Corsste Ferris' Good Bease Werlsta Katanth Children's Beamiest Rib bed WsLta Foater'a Kid Glow ' ' " Hej wood Sleeper hl.f Carriages No Trouble to Show Goods. -i;-tHt -f -la-Ill iff HEM Glance at our windows when you pass, and see the finest line of Neckwear, Hats and Shirts, in the city. do a oil unrvon, Clothier and Haberdasher. The Lyons House, 809 ijouth Railroad Are., Near Depot. EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS. Elegantly Furnished Rooms. Tab'es set with everything the - Market affords. Pi ice reasonable. MRS;" St" MORSE, - - Proprietress The Opportunity has now anived, to procure for the spring season, a beautiful Novelty Dress Pattern, s For $S,99 Of 8 yards each. No two alike. Bought to be sold (or 17.50 to (VIM Must be seen to be admired. ira F"s" o Stoves &AmicnltiLrai Implements