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1HE DAILY OPTIC.
The People's Paper. lit Mexico Has tie Finest Climate in tfee Worlfl WINTERS BIG COMPANY, l'LAZA PHARMACY, (.(Successors to E. G. SJurphoy & Co.) """"'.-nd Retail DRUGGISTS. Leading drug bmisa In the south west. Orders soliultod and prompt 'iy lilted, Prescriptions a specialty. Fresh drugs aud purest chemicals, only, Ueil la our prenorlptiou dopartaieut. Solo agent for Lna Vegas for the sale of tbo oolotiratod MACBETH WATER. THB FIREMEN'S TOURNAMENT, r - , It Will T.k. Placa la Albuquerque 'In July, and Sliould Da Mada a Rousing Bucc.sa. MONDAY KVliMNU, MAYX3.1890 METROPOLIS MISCELLANY. ' J. Hlohl, leading undertaker. 63tf lingular meeting I. O. O. F., to-night. Weather forecut: Fair to-day, and Tuesday. A new floor lias been laid in Hofmelster's grocery store. The Now Brunswick appetizing meal. restaurant for an 100-11 The Bpuui3h literary society announce a picnic, for Juno 14th. The county board havo been in session, this nftornoon, examining tax returns. The Beothoven society will meet to morrow evening, at lJrof. Hand's rooms. Mrs. M. Wilcox baa closed her select boarding house, and will take a trip east The largest and best assorted stock of nioa's shoes to be had a Sporleder's.-172-t' It is thought tbttt the Ludrmann wool washer will start up about the first of the month. , A largo and camplate assortment of trunks aud valises, jiut received at Amos F. Lewis'. It The testimony in the Dawson case was concluded, this morning, and arguments bv counsel wore made, this afternoon. Summer underwear and hosiery splendid stosk. Full line of Wilson Bros.' line furnishings, at Amos F. Lewis.' It The I. O. O. F. lodge worked in degree work, Saturday evjniug, until midnight This Iodfo!s now in a most flourishing condition. N. B. Iioseberry will hereafter keep his dhort order lunch counter open all night. His former customers and all new ones will bear this ia mind. 174-Ct Action in the case against Eli Green, for building wire .fence inside the city limits, has been postponed on account of the illness of Judge Wooater. Gross, Black well & Co. have had their office re-papered and painted, and every thing around there now shines like a thrifty house-wife's best room. The man who got a hat too large for hirnnclf at the open meeting of the Apollo club, Wednesday evening, may be better fitted by calling on Herman Hilgers. Manuel A. Blancbard, son of Judge Charles Blancbard, of this city, will wed Miss Filomena Ferez, daughter of Derae- trio Perez, down at Ban Antonio, to-day. i Report is current that Prof. N. C. Camp bell will resign the prinoipalsbip of the Academy, cn Juno 1st, and will remove with his family, to Trinidad, where be will engage in the insurance business. It was a lucky chance, that all the parties in the double rig, yesterday, which broke a rear wheel down, when up near the Placitn, were so very fond of walkiug, because it was quite a nice walk up to the hct springp, to catch it train back to town. M. W. Mills, the Springer attorney, is about town, to-day, and reports the fruit in his Colfax county orchard all right, thus far with the exception of apricots, of which be will hne but half a crop. The only thing now to be dreaded are the hail Btorms. Four years ogo, at Albuqueique, tha New Mexico assnela'lou of volunteer fire uieu was organixad, and the associutlcn voted to hold the first annual tournament aud second annual eouvaniloa at Lis Ve gas. Elaborate preparations wrro mad by this city, to fittingly entertain the vis liiDg fl.emen aud tbelr friends, who wire coming from all over the Territory, but, as will be remembered, tha strike inter f, red, and a postponement was occesamy, lbs convention aud tournament taking place In August. Alhuquerquo bad worked bard (o help well tho crowds, being prepared to run a kpoclal excursion train and brlug a good running team, and were disappointed fully as much as the people bore. Howover.when the tournament did take place.tbcy brought the only hose team, from the outside, that took part in tho tournament. Now the conventiou and tournament are to bs hold. la Albuquerque, this year, on July 2ud, 8rd aud 4th, and it is undoubt edly the proper thing t,r Las Vegas to get up a big crowd, as well as a good hose team, for that event.lt Is understood from the management that Silver City, Bauta Fe. Albuquerque, and protably Raton will be represented by hose teams. It w.ll k 111 of Las V.eas. should she fall to be represented there. Over $1,000 in pria a are offered, 'so no great loss need be entailed In sending a Brit-class running tram such as can he put la the field from material now iu this city. It is claimed by the firemen that it is very hard to zet the necessary fuuds tJ put a team in the field, though they ask barely nnnnch to Dav rxpeniei. Tho committee appointed for the piirpo-o have so far re used to act with the committee from the fire department, aud so far the tesults are meagre. Considering the difference In cost to (be taxrayors of the city, between a volunteer department as it now stands, and a Daid deDartment which would cost about $5,000 yearly, it seems struuge that a more liberal resDOn&o Is not made to the petitions. Scott KniRht, one of the best rustlers of Albuquerque, is making a tour of th Territory In the Interest of the tourna ment. He came down from itatun, last evening, and is around to-day with Presi dent A. .11. Quinly, billing tho town, and working up interest among the firomen and citizens, He leaves this evening for Silver City, Socorro and other southern towns. Death of S. R. Boardman. The citizens of Las,. Vegas wore never more surprised aud shocked thau they were this morning when the news that Mr. 8. R. Boardman had died early in the morning, reached their ears. He was at bis post of duty as engineer on the springs branch all day yesterday, and, while he bad complained some of the pain he bad reoeived from a fall recently, neither be nor his friends thought seriously of the matter. He awoke this morning and to!d his family that be was not feeling so well, and Dr. C. C. Gordon was sent for, but befoie ne arrived at the bouse, the patient bad quietly closed his eyes, as if in sleep, and passed to the great beyond, without pain and without a thought that the cold band of death, was upon him. S. R. Boardman was bora ia Hartford, Conn,. 70 years ago last February, At an early age bo started from his home for the purpose of seeing the world and tnak ing a livelihood for himself. He spent some time as a sailor, and soon after he en Kaged in railroading, which has been bis vocation until the time of his death. Ho was united in marringe In Bal timore, to Miss Margaret J. Morrow, who with seven children, tor je boys and four girls, survivo him. Ho came to this couu try from Indiana In 1881 aud has since his arrival here, been connected with the Atchison railroad In the capacity of en gineer. Few men have such sterling qualities of heart and mind as bad Sidney R. Board- man. Honest, industrious and upright iu all the affairs of life and kind and loving as a father and husband, bis demise, though as peaceful as the sleep of a babe, is nevertheless a severe blow to bis family and many friends. May his life in eter nity be blessed for the kindnesses he had done on eartb. Notice Is hereby Riven that any person or persons holdlug Certificates, Vouohere, or any other evidence t-f indebtedness agaiiiht tha County of San Miguel, other then bonded iwlebtetinenti, ore hereby noti fied and required to preseut same for reg istration at the County Clerks oltlue, of laid county, within th next thirty days from this date: anyone railing to bate their repetitive accounts- registered, personally, or through tbelr agent or attorney, are hereby notified that tbelr claims, after thut date, will not be mooguised by this Board. oy oiuer or ma noura. Khan'coU. di Baca. Chairman. Attest: Pathicio (Ionisalch, Clerk. Lab Veuas, N. M., May 1st, 1MH). ; Wf VtiTXHTTWIIVWJrKKf l'KUSONAb I'ENCl LINGS. Joe Ilarburg came In from Mora, this morning. Ollie Earlokson went out to Mora (Satur day. ' Bcnigno Marlines Is In town from Cation Largo. Mrs. William Parnell li In return from visit east. Geo. McCormlck, of Raton, is in this city, to-day. . . ., Milnor Hudulph and wife departed for Mors, to-day. Charles Springer returned to the city on No. 1 last evening. . Cbas. Danltl returned from a short visit at Mora, yesterday. D. C. JLleuel went out to the La Cueva ranch, tbis morning. H. H. Home returned to town from the Boll ranch, tbls morning. Carlos Gnbaldon and motber-in law, came up from Pecos, yesterday. Mrs. C. M. Taylor came down to Las Vegas from Raton, last evening. Ralph Halloran, the Albuquerque insur auce talker, Is up from Albuquerque. Pablo Jaramillo, wife and babe, have been in town from tbe ranch, to day. T. A. Schomburg, of tbe Maxwell land grant company, is in the oity from Raton W. B. Howard, a former Lis Vegan, was aboard No. 1, last evening, en route for San Diego, Cal. Miss Frieda WnUen arrived In tbe city, from Denver, last Evening, op a visit to rolatlvej and frionds. Geo. W. Hickox and family left for Santa Fe, last evening, tbe family to re main there indefinitely. A. M. Frszer left on tbis morning's train for tee east. He bad been a guest of the hotel for a month or more. ' cape. w. ti. jacit, ot Sliver Ulty, pres ident of the Territorial cattle sanitary board, Is in the city, t i-day.- - A. H. AVhitmore left for Gallup, last evening, to adjust a fire loss, In which the companies bo represents are Interested. Dr. Cbas. Bowmer and wife came in from their Lucero, Mora county, borne, to ppend a few days with their daughter, Mrs, J. M. Leseney. John Steward came down from Springer last evening, where be was called by tbe serious illness of his sister, who is now somewhat better. John Cunningham, manager of tbe Ro meroville ranch, accompanied by Miss Stella Crandall, Uft yesterday for Sedalia, Mo., on a short visit. Frank G. Martley, St. Loots; J. W. Ougan, Kansas City; J. N. Price, City of Mexico; Ernest Sands, Kl Paso; J. M Owens, St. Louts, register at tbe Central bote!. ...... CM:? . oih i Mil 115, First-class Goods at Lowest Prices. Fancy and Staple ...Groceries. Fruits and Vegetable, Fish and Oysters .... ill Season. Telephone 10. TRACK ANI TKAIN. M. W. Mills, Springer; B. B. Houck, Omaha; F. M. Bruntiog, Ranch Valloy, ia.; F. A. Marks and wife, anj II. H Shaw, Chicago, are registered at tbe Dapot hotel. ... b. A, van Dyke, commercial agent of tho Chicago & West Michigan railroad, ieic lor Ublcago, Sunday marning, his brother, "Bert," remaining here indefi nitely. '." T. A. Gorman, H. S. Knight, Ralph Halloran, Albuquerque; A. Vanderwent, Boston; Cbas. J. Search, M. D , Brooklyn; A. j. coats, Ilincou, are recent guests of tbe New Optic. !.-:...,,,;. W. 8. St.'indifih returned from the Lake Valley mine, this morning, with nothing to report but good nows from the mines, down there. The Las Vegas mining com pany havo a carload of ore ready for shipment to the El Paso smelter, from which they expect to realize a nent sum. Rev. A. A. Lay ton delivered his lecture on '-Isaiah." last evening, at the Baptist church. Ha spoke of the character of the prophet, his theme, bis method and showed how the prophecy relating to Christ was fulfilled in every particular. Mrs. Layton will give her lecture oil "The Ancient Monuments," next Sunday even- irK- Tni Optic was in error, Saturday, in Raying that Gcnrge Ross whs the second colored greduate in the Territory. He i the third, his brother Albert and sister. Ella, preceding him in this commendable attainment. Tlit-re is no praise too high for tbe widowed mother of these three children who has struggled with obstacles greater than any one, but she sees the ad vantage to her children of an education, such as few of her race attain. An Unfortunate Killing. On Saturday, near Watrous, on tbe road to Cherry valley, an unfortunate killing occurred. It seems that Rafael Rael was a sheep herder out somo distance from Watrous, whose home wai at Tans. He was being taken to his houia by a friend, both on horseback. When near Watrcus, they were met in the highway by Mat. Hearne, an old resident there, and about sixty years of age. Rael asked Hcarne for some tcbacco and be reported he bad nr.ne. Thereupon. Rael became enraged, used violent and abusive language toward Hearne and began striking at him with a quirt, very violently. Henrno tried to protect himself, and then fled on horse back. In a few moments, be was pursued by Rael and overtaken. The latter pgain began striking him with the quirt, when Hearne d'smounted only to be followed by tbo insane man who continued his as saults, when Hearne stubbed him. This is substantially the statement made by the friend of tbe insane man. I has R jo and W. A. Cogswell and wife, Mrs. A. G. Dawson, Maxwell City ; Le- andro Cesaus, P. P. Casaus and T. Casaua, Salado; C. N. 1 yon, Atchison and Chaj F. Rudulph, Rooiada, are registered at the Flaza hotel. . .. -. . Ur. w. B. Sttenburg, wbo came here some time ago as a bealth-seeker, bad so far recovered that be left, Sunday morn ing, for ChicBgo, for tbe purpose of resum ing his practice. He mado many warm friends during his brief stay la this city. BULK j; olives; 25 Cents ,rper Quart; The Grocer. ; Lovers of band musio were well enter tained, yesterday afternoon, as both the Las Vegas military and tbe Cave bands were out. They played alternate pieces in the pleza park and wound up there by playing the "High School Cadets," com bined Into one band. . From tbe perk tbe military band marched over to Hillsite park nnd rendered a few selections, and then came down to tho opera house cor ner. The Cave band played a concert at tbe San Miguel bank corner, on the eact side. The Las Veas military band will give a concert and ball, at Rosenthal ball, on June 16th, for the purpose ot raising funds for uniforms, and a treat is being arranged for tbe concert, not the least of which will be by the quartet work of some of the band's host musicians. A Merchant's Lunch: Beginning with to-day and continuing throughout the summer season, Clark & forsj tho will serve a merchant's lunch at their Headquarters restaurant, at the noon hour and ttre regular dinner with soud. meats, vegetables, salads and all the dt li- cacies of tbe season will be served at from 6 to 7 p. m. The patronage of tbe businessmen and visitors to the city is respectfully solicited. It. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Births. ' Born, yesterday forenoon, to tbe wife of A. MoDonnld, manager of tbe Depot hotel, a heavy-weight daughter... Mother and child doing woll. A. 8. Moye, the expressman, has been Heppirig a little higher than usual, to-day. New boy at his house, last evening, you knjw. mm A meal of plenty, well cooked and serv (id, at the Sew Brunswick. 108-tf wm MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Fire at Hot Springs. Yesterday afternoon, at about 2 o'clock flro was discovered in tbe frame buildi owned by Mrs. B. Danzlger, and in short time that building" ; was destroyed aud I ho building next to it. owned bv. th DiuwuB 01. juanzanares company, was guttod. An alarm was telephoned down town aod tbe fire call soundid both in the old and new town, but before tbe .de partments got started, a message was re celved stating that the fire bad burned itself out. Good work was done- by oiti sens of the springs in ' Baviog other sur rounding property, some of which is quite valuable. Browne & Manzanares company lost about $3,000 in their building, on which there was no insurance. Mrs. Danziger lost about $800, on which she w:ll receive $200 insurance. W. J Nichols, the chicken raiser,' up there, ljst about o0 on material in one of the build ings. - . ' " Mary Leczer was trrested last evening on complaint of W. J. Nichols, charged witb setting Are to tbe Danzlger building, Her case was receiving a preliminary bearing before Judge Wooster, tbls after noon, with Attorney Haydon prosecuting. It is claimed Ihe fact will be established that she was seen coming out of tho burn ing building, just befcre tbe flames were discovered. - She bad . been notified to vacate tte stone building In which she lived, and this is given as a reason for her act. At a late boor' this afternoon, it -is learned that Miry Lenser bss been bound over to ice grena jury in tb. sun of 1,000. tht oast. It now takes two engines to do tbe work In the Laa Vegas yards. C. M. Doe, assistant attorney for tbe . A. & P., was a passongor on No. 1, lust even ing. Pete Murphy, water service man, bas placed a new pump iu position down at the round house, Engine 7(M has arrived In Topeka from Albuquerque, and has been placed in tbe shops for a gdoeral ovoibaultug. - ' 1 Mrs. Dau Fry, who lias bten In charge of tbe ladles' waiting room at tbe Atchison depot In Topeka for several years, Is now in tbls city for her health. 1 Smith Or wick returned, last evening, from Springer, where hu had been run ning a pump for tbe puss week, aud bas returned bis Job lit tbo pump bouse, at tbis point. ' Samuel K. White, for years freight and passenger conductor ou the Atlantic & Pacific out of Albuquerque, bas resigned bis position on theruud aud will visit Call fornla. " '' : ' ' 1 1 . A. G. Wells, general superintendent of tbe Atlantic & Pacific, witb bis wife and children, lift Albuquerque for ' Santa Monica, Cal,, where they will remain for a tew weeks. . Tony Koblitz, tbe big-Bated and big hearted plumber, and all-round mechanic, has gone up to Raton, wbere be succeeds J as. Feenoy,as water servico niaa between Raton and La Junta, . A. & P. euglnes 41 and 4G af tor remodel? Ing in tbe Atchison chops in Topeka have been sent to Albuqueiqus. ' Engines 40 and 43 were also turned out of the shops and will be sent to that polut. II. F. Smith, secretary to Assistant Gen eral Freight Agent O. R. Hudson of the Atchison, has gone to Dsnvor to meet Mrl Hudson, who is inspecting th) freight offices in C'krado end N?w Mexico. J. F. H. McIUbbcn, auditor, and C. B. button, auditor, of freight rocoipts, of the Atchison, will probably attend the meeting of the Association of Railway Aocouuting Olllcors in New York city May Sr. It is understood that the Atlantic & Pacific railway company is determined to bave their trains in the hands of good and reliable men, and ia consequence, during tbe last few das, half a dozen trainmen have been let out. Albuquerque Citizen. James G. Gaukroger, who has been the efficient cashier at the D.-pjt lotel for somo months past, will ieivo iu a few days for a better position at Winslow, A. T. The position be filled in this city will be taken by I. Freeman, ho is now in tbe city. ' ':' , , Tbe first appointment of employes for the lb Atcbison hosritul In Topeka has baen made by Chief Surgeon Hogeboom. Jobu Oweus, of New York city, who bas worked in seveial of the New York hos pitals, has been given the position of order ly or assistant uurs Nate Hollistor, up to a short time ago a passenger engineer on the Atchison, has con structed a miniature locomotive which is perfect in every detail. Tbe small engine Is to placed in the window vof General Watch Iuepect.-r Montgomery at Topeka and will be operated by compressed air, Tbe people of Sumner county, Kan as, bave at last reached the conclusion that the proper method for the settlement of their grievance with the Atchison railroad in regard to train service, is to send a del egation tb Topoka for the purpose 'ot lay ing the case before' the oilicials of tbe road. f W. H. Simpson, the general advertising manager of the Atchison, is in Denver. He bas gone to Colorado from Chicago- to get up a n:at advertising book ou Col orado's pleasuro and summor resorts. This book will be handsomely illustrated, and will contain Interesting reading. Over 60,000 copies will be pi-intrid and distrib uted In the eastern portion -of the United States. wiio uuoursa new siock cars for use on tbe western division of the road are being built at tbe carpenter shops of the Rock Island, at Chicago. The cars are thirty six feet long and aro wider than the ordi nary stcck car. They differ from the pal ace Btock cars in tbo fact that they are not equipped with feeding and wattringappa ratus. ' Twenty of these cars have already been turned out ot the shops. . ; n-1. ti . 1 - t 1 iue uuiK xMiar.u is air present dome a large dairy ' business from Nebraska and Kansas points to the east, ..-Under tho head of dairy busfues3 is include!' butter,' eggs and cheese The largest egshipmeuts are from Beatrice and Lincoln, Nob , and the largest buttor shipments frunj the cream enes 01 saline and -Dickinson Counties. On aij average twenty eers per week ore shipped to New York city. . tugmeer jlucit, of the Atchifion; running out of NIckerson, Kansas, measutod strength with a tramp, tha other day, and as a result it( suffering: from a badly sprained wrlat. Tho tramp. Iial cojufurr- ably seated himself on the pilot of tha en gine, a few minutes before the "leaving time of the train, with tho viow of takiiiljo, ride, bat was discovered by tbo engineer1. who politely asked hits to move on. This the tramp refused to do, and Dick aceord Ingly proceeded to move him. He picked the man up bodily and threw him some distance from the track, but in doing so severely wrenched his wri t. The tramp lit ou soft ground and was not hurt in the least. BIS HAND WqitTH fl2,CC0. ' ' ' '.- William Carruthers, now of Denver, Col., but formerly of Kansas City, ob tained judgmont in the district-court at Olathe, Ks., against tho Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe railway company for $12,000, for tbe loss of his right hand, while at tempting to make a coupling cn a freight Iralu at Marceliee, Mo., March 28th, 1890, while braking for tbe company. - . The case was tried in this court, about fiva years ago aid a judgment for $10,900 given, but was appealed by the company to the supreme court and ordered retired. To day's judgment is the largest verdict ever given by a jury In this countv gainst a rai'road company for personal njuries. The company will again appeal 1 Veier loot ii le Co MASONIC TEMPLE. The Largest and BestAssorted Stock of " ' 1 BOOTS and SHOES, , HATS apd CAPS vm In the City. New Designs Attractive Prices Up-to-Date Styles Call and See Our Ladies' 20th Century Shoes HAY. GRAIN. SEEDS. New Mexico Seed House. ' GENERAL COMMIOOION BU3!NE00. G. B. WOODS. Successor to -HARTMAN 4 WEIL.' 6iiOSS,0 Wholesale Grocers Wool - , - ' t ,: Dealei East Las Yegas and Albnqncrqno, New Mexico. GROSS, bLaCKWELL & KELLY , -WOOL- - , ioo 102 aqd 104 North Second St : ; St. Ljouis, lVIo. Received lis,- iinn ART SQUARES, Especially Beautiful ! All Sizes. ILFELD'S, 0 L. HOUGHTON, -DEALER IN Hern SioiosMfflcKallffiii! OP. ALL KINDS. - - ... -. ..,. A large stock of Stoves and - Plows now on hand, which will be sold a little) above cost. These goods are all warranted to be of the very best make in tha) United States, and to give perfect satisfaction. At the Old Stand on Center Street. EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M. AGUA PURA COMPANY WHOLESALE DEALSJl IN PURE MOUNTAIN ICE - Lates fini Storage 11 Las Tezas Hot Springs Canac ,v -AjnjEruLstT Capacity 50,000 . Toner Cash Novelty Dry, Goods Store INCOMPARABLE VALUES THIS WEEK I nr a yard, 30 men, ah wooii Sersre. 10 different shades. Former price 45 cts. 27 incl everywhere 7 a yara, 27 men, Lace Sold Lawns, at i2j cents. I5c C a yard Unbleached Table MvJv Damasl,'6i inches. For mer price 60 cts. ... . ' If All Linen Fringed Hucked I J Towels, 18x7 -size. Great value. "" ' : 'ul 'i ' 25c value. All Linen Fringed Hucked Towi Is, 23x42 size.: Great Ladies' Linen, Hemmed Handkerchiefs. Sold every-. where; at 25 cts. ? New Line Ready Made Dress Skirts from S2.50 UP Agents for Standard Paper Patterns, from 5 cts. and up;-' v'. HEW LEVY 4 BR0 Sixth Street, Opposite Postoflice. SHELF HARDWARE. ; ! Great Western Stoves Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Lamps and Lamp Trimmings,; ; Granite Ware, , Tin Ware, - p y Refrigerators, p Ice Cream Freezers, A ; Garden Hose, J Lawn Sprinklers, f i Wire Netting, Lawn Mowers. A GENERAL LINE OF THE ABOVE ARE KEPT Hardware D.ealers, Temple Building, East Las Yegas, N.M. ; Agents for the Kansas Git) Lightning Hay Press, and Kallack's Prepared Paints. Our Ice is pure, firm and clear, and gives entire satisfaction to our many patrons. Office: 620 Douglas Ave., East Las Vegas, N. M MILLS & KOOGLER, Successor, to T. B. MILLS, Established ia 1878. Real Estate, Mining Insurance Agts. . . . ' Represent the Royal Exchange Afsuranci Company, , of London, England ; Assets $28,000,000. . County and school bonds bought and sold. Best facilities for plncing such secuff ties. Lara;, list of ranch and improved property, and over 8.000,000 acres of timber lands in the south and southwest, at prices which challenge competitors. Office ou Bridge St., Las Vega., N. M - WM. MALBOEUF Is Offering the Greatest Values in Dry Goods, harness, Clothing,, Hats, Caps, Boots, ';' .Shoes and Groceries. WE'VE A PINE LOT OF GbODS, . . Purchased at a Great Sacrifice, and will give . ' ' .' i'i Our Customers the Advantage of this.. . ;. . . Special Low Prices on Dress Goods THE BEST PLAGE IN THE CITY TO BUY YOUR GROCERIES. V k. . SENECAL, Manager. , k WILLIAM BAASOH; who Is willing to stand or fall on hit : : mSrlt.u a Mkar, haa oonstautly - v jr--. onaajaattha . , LAS VEGAS BAKERY Oppoilt. Poitofflc, W.at Side. k-BB8H BREAD, CAKES ' AND FIKf Bpaolak order, flllad on abort notlo. Las Ve .or Mm JOHN R. STILL, Contractor and Builder. The Sick Lift. ' i- Aoiceto C. Abeytia is a sick' citizen.' Mrs T; T. Turner is slightly under tha weather. . ' --' W. ': ': J . ;.?- -. Tbe wife and tab; ..of William Lefchcr are Iud:spose4. - W, W. Prigm)re la sufforinR with an at tack of the la grippe Jake Hehull. . night caller, at the round bouse, is laid off, sick-a-hed.' Luia Martin is-CODflaed to his room and bed aui.E. H. Balazar is down with the pneunionia... v . Mrs, Ignaoio Lopes is reported very low, to-day, tho crisis iu ber disease, pnoutno nia, having been reached. Notice to Stockholders. EAST tASVKOxs, N. M., April 21.t, '90.- Notice is hereby giveji to the stockholders of the Las Vegas Mining and Prospecting Cj. that there will be the first annual meet Ing held on Monday; June 1st, 1806, for tha purpose of electing officers for .tbo ensuing year, meeting to be tola at w . writes second-hand storo. East Lss Vegas. New Mexico, at 0 o'clock p. m., sharp. 175-tf. - Thos. B. Blaivklt, Seo'y, The new method garden hose and th. ball noszle lawn ip.-inkler are just the things to buy now. O. V Bkd & Co. 109U Put your spare cash . to work.' Take a share wlDi the Mutual building and loan association.- - . : 18-tf The Lyons bouse is now run In first class order, and is-Ihe brst boarding bonsa in town for tho pnoe asked. ' 168tf. Native bran at tha mills, at 80c. par 100. Las Vegas Roller 180-tf J.THQRNHILKr; Floiist - and Lanflscapg Cut lowers always on hand. Office1 nest door west : of Building;. Tin Optic, : B. C. PITTENGER & CO. GTEAM LAUriDRY .-"-'i Goods called for ' nA deliveml.. . rao Mm uo I.UIIU lllllll J. R. SMITH, Trop'r. Location: On the bot springs branch rail way, last Las Vegas, New Mexico. BRAN, FLOUR, GflAlN AND FEED. Your Patronage Solicited irnrT ' : -; . ';' ' ' ' .. ' ' '. Montezuma Restaurant Center St., East Las Vegas.' CHARLES WHIOHT, Prop'r. Ik4t Twenty-five Cent Meals in Town. ..... . Tables supplied with everything tho mar - ket alfords. Patronage solicited. -New Line ' .; Ladies' and C-hildrert's Oxfords, r 9 in Russet or Black Carriage Parasols in Great Variety, Just Received. BROS AFTER ALL ROSENTHAL X :'..;;..... - Is tlx place to trade, FOLLOW THE CROWDS, A Few Underwear Items of Special Interest: 39c Fr Ladies Balbriggan Combination Suits. 59c For Ledies' Swiss Ribbed Union Suits. 12c For Missesr Swiss Ribbed Vests, With i Half Sleeves. 29c For LadiesI Jersey Ribbed Vests, With Half Sleeves. 39c For Ladies Fine jersey Ribbed Shaped Vests, With LohgSleeves.