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The People's Paper.
Hew Keiico 3astteFi!i2;t Climate U lie Worm
(8uocessori to E. G. Murpbey & Co.)
Wm-m Ret... DRUGGISTS.
' Leading drii Home In the south
west. Orders solicited and prompt
ly Ulled. l'rescrliHloui a spectulty.
Fresh drugs and purest chemicals, only,
used in our proscription department.
Bole agent for Las Vegas for the sale of
the celebrated
J. Biehl, lending undertaker.
An elegant dinner nl Clark & Forsythe's,
from 0 to 7 p. ni. "
The New Brunswick reHtaurant for an
appetizing luuiil, ' 100-If
Tlireo church sodnls Rre ulready booked
for Friday evuulug.
A meal of plenty, well cooked and serv
ed, at tun Now Brunswick. 106-tf
The democratic county convention will
be held at Mora, on Saturday.
Ladies who purchase hals at llfeld's, to
morrow, may have them (rimmed free. It
The largest and best assorted stock of
men's shoes to be bad a Bporleder,s.-lT2-tf
Miss Badie Williamson yesterday closed
lier school at the academy with appropri
ate exercises.
The United States thermometer in charje
of Dr. P. H. Atklus, reached 90, yester
day adernoon.
Lewis Rinsom is engaged' In herding
city cows and gives them good attontlou
in more ways than one.
All the grocery stores in the city will
close Saturday at 1 o'clock p. m., and re
main closed until Monday.
Miss Aurel Sendry, of the Singer office
now rooms and boards with the family of
F. VV. f ieck, on Main street.
,The Christian Endeavorers will give a
"puzzle social, Friday evening, at the Pres
byterian cliapel. All invited. 177-3t
. w ,
Chris Hdlman will soon open up a resort
in the Houghton building, at the corner of
Bixth street and Douglas avenue,
The weather flags now float ovor the city
ball. An explanation of these flag signals
will appsur in The Optic, later on.
The noon-day lunch and the eveniug
dinner ut the Headquarters restaurant
grow more popular and satisfactory with
pach pjFslnK dny. It
. N. B; Roseberry will hereafter keep his
short order lunch counter open all night.
His former customers and all new onss
will bear this in mind, 174 0;
Saturday being Memorial day, Thb
Optio collectors will collect for the city
papers to-morrow. Don't disappoint the
collectors when they call upon you.
You are invited to attend the lawn so
cial at tbe houie of Mrs. Dr. J. M. Cun
ninghnm, Friday evening; refresbmsnts,
twjnty-five cents. Refreshments will be
served from 7 o'clock on.
; A company bas been" organized to oaer
ate tbe Ludemann wool scouring plant,
George Aruot will have charge of the same
and expects to be ready for business, June
1st. Ten or twelve men will be employed.
Most of the railroad men who were
brought here recently from Kansas are
pleased with the cbarigo, and declare that
railroad men fare better here as a general
rule than they do at any other place in tbe
Trainmen can call at Amos F. Lewis
and order their uniform suits from piece
cloth on hand there. Elegant cloth, 18
and 22 ounce weight, made up into suits to
order, fit and make guaranteed, for a very
low price. It
Miss Lina Cabbell Talley left the city,
this morning, to make a visit to Hardin
college during commencement exercises
being the guest of President and Mrs:
Yancy. Miss Lina is tbe acknowledged
belie of Missouri, and is a charming young
Thn Territorial VV. C. T. U. convention
will be held in tbe Methodist church, in
this city, on the dates set, theladleB of the
local union not having been able to aesuro
tbe trustees of another denomination that
no political topics would be toucbed upon
n the discussions during tbe sessions of
the body. ,
M. Cohn, with his wife rand two boys,
lately arriving at the Plsz hotel, was for
fifteen years a successful ' merchant of
Rtton, since which time be has spent a
year in European travel. He will make
an extouded visit in Las Vegas before de
ciding on a location for business, and pos.-
sibly may conclude to remain in tbe most
promising city of tbe southwest.
Cbas. Siriugo, an old-time cowboy in
these parts and author of the "Life of tbe
Cow Funchor," i here, to-day, with a
party, en route, overland, from Denver to
Santa Fe, with some racing stock which k
will put in training there. Bjringo was
one of the first men to bi sent over onto
the plains of New Mexio from Texas, to
hunt down cattle thieves and he was one
of the party that helped capture "Billy,
the Kid."
A canvass of tbe dry goods houses, this
morning, discovered a general desire to
honor Decoration day by the closing of
doprs, on Saturday at 1 o'clock p. m., for
the remaiuder of the day. It is to be
hoped that all tbe dealers in other Hoes
may follow this good example, and that
some appropriate exercises will be ar
ranged to emphasise tbe observance of this
day, which ought to be forever sacred to
every trno American.
New Ice Cream Parlor.
Beginning with next Sunday, we will
run a, first-class ice cream parlor in tbe
rear room of the Headquarters restaurant.
Everything wiil bo gotten up in flret-class
order and tbe patronage of the public is
respectfully solicited.
178-tf Clark Forstthk, Props,
jSf Mr ir
Yesterday morning at 3 o'clock, a girl
baby was bora to Justice and Mrs. A. J.
Crawford, dowu in Albuquerque, and about
an hour after birth the Utile cherub closed
ber ejes iu the sleep of eternal death. At
10 o'clcck, yesterday morning, the baby
was consigned to a resting place In Fuir
view cemetery, Mr. Crawford, although
seriously 111, is thought tj be lu a fair way j
to recover. s
Mrs. H. 8. Fulvey departed this life, last
night. She bad a touch of pneumonia and
could not survive the attack. Hor death has
caused much sorrow in the circles where
she was bent known la fact, she bad to be
know a to be appreciated. Deceased was a
islor of the late Anlceto Balaiar, of the
Bapello neighborhood. The remains will
be shipped to Tiptonville on the morning
train for. Interment.
Mrs. Ignaolo Lopez, daughter of Eugenlo
Romero, died of pneumonia at 11:60
o'clcck, last evening, She was in hit
twenty-fourth year, and tad been mar
ried to ber surviving husband about seven
yoars, the fiuits of the union being three
children, the oldest four years of age; the
youngest but Ave mouths. The funeral
will lake place to-morrow morning at 10
o'clock. Untold sympathy Is felt for the
stricken family in this great and untimely
James Dennis died "at bis residence, the
Park house, Las Vegss bot springs, at an
early hour this morning. The funoral will
take place at 3 o'clock tj-morrow after
noon, the Masonic lodge of this city
conducting tbo. services at the cemetery.
The raemberj will leave the temple at
2 o'clock p. in., and meet the boly of their
deceased brother at tbe Masonic cemetery.
Mr. Dennis was a mm of tbe middle age
in life and has been a sufferer for the past
three years. He came here from Kansas
with bis family, last fall, at,d a few months
ago, took charge of the Park bouse. Since
this time, bs has failed in health rapidly,
till this morning, when all bis pain and
suffering ended and he passed into tb.
great beyond. His sorrowing wife bas the
sincere sympathy of tbe entire comma nity .
After a short illness, at the age of
seventy-twj years, Don Alexander Grzel
achowski, of Puert do Luna, departed
this life on tbe morniog of the 24th of this
month, he having been a resident of dew
Mexico fjr half a century, and for twenty
three years having lived at Puerto de
Luna, where he has been engaged in active
business, until the time of his death. There
are many men, now prosperous merchants
in the Territory, who served their ap
prenticeship in bis employ, where tbey
had an opportunity of bainz drilled in
honor, fair dealing and sterling integrity,
which all who knew or cinia In contact
with Mr Grzelacbowskl knew to bs his
guiding precepts and golJen rule. Adding
to this, his qualities as a loving hmbjud
and a kind and indulgent father, there can
be no question, despite all creed i and
dogmas, as to his future rewards. In the
section of the country iu which be lived, be
was a man who won the universal, respect
of all, and all join in their condolence with
tile befeaved members of bis facnlly. ,
Last evening, at o'clock, at the res
dence of Win. H. Shupp, on the west side
a happy marriage was consummated, th
contracting parties being A. C. Bchmld
and Miss Louisa Heyl, botb well and
favorably known bere. Mr. Schmidt bas
lived In East Las Vegas ever since 1879
wben tbe A., T. & S. F. railroad first came
to this country, is a good citizen and a
successful wagon and carriage manufae
turer. Mrs. Schmidt is a sister of Mr
Shupp, and came to Ls Tegas, several
years ago, from Kansas-City, Mo.
The marriage-knot was tied by Rev. G
A. Neoff, LL. D., of Santa Fe, and wit
nessed by Mr. and Mrs. Bhupp and tbe
nephew of Mr. Schmidt, Henry Lorenzen,
and his wife.
The Optic joins in, the hearty congratu
lations of tbe legions of friends of the
newly-married couple and wishes Ahem
many years of joy and prosperity.. 0
The marriage of Goo. F. Me ye and Miss
Minnie vvettick occurred, last evening, at
8:80 o'clock, at the borne of Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Day, on South" Grand avenue, In tbe
presence of a few special friends. . Rev. A.
A. Layton, was the officiator, using the
ring ceremony witb impressive effec
The company then partook of the deli
cious refreshments which bad been pre
pared in a most attractive way. The bride
and groom were the recipients of many
beautiful and useful presents. A com
munity of friends join in wishing them a
long and bappy life together.
The Chaves Murder Case.
Tbe trial cf Jose Chavez y Chaves for
complicity in the murder of tbe young
man, Gabriel Sandoval, on the night of
February Jtb, 1S93, is progressing in the
district court:
Among the witnesses for ; the Territory
are: Manuel Gonzales y Baca, Guadalupe
Caballero, Jose Valdez, Catarino Romero,
Julian Tiujillo, Jose M. Baca, Dr. Milii-
gan, Rosana Lucero, Carlos Uubio,
Tiburcio Tenorio, Serafin Baoa, Mrs
Crespin, Joe Blakely and M. C.jde Baca.
Following is the personnel of the trial
jury: J. Ramon Maestas, Donaciano
Gouzales, Diegn Herrera, J. Gabriel Mar
tioez, Pedro Ribera, Rumaldo Montoya,
Jesus Maria Roibal, Mouico Anava. J.
Benavides, Doroteo Vigil and Lucrecio
Sick Peop'.e.
Mrs. W. IS. bunker complains.
A nice to C. Abeytia, tbe jeweler, is pro
nounced dangerously ill.
R. Vollmer declares that he was not sick,
but took to his bed to corroborate news
paper reports.
Rev. O. V. W. Chandler, wto is in very
poor health, arrived in the city from Kan
sas City, last evening, in company with
bis wife.
Mrs. Black and daughters, of Missouri,
were accompanied tip fro-n El Paso, Texas,
by a pbvsician, and very pleasantly lo
cated at the Park bouse, out at the hot
prings. The physician states that be will
bring about fifteen more invalids to these
healthy parts.
Special Meeting.
There will be a special meeting of the
East Las Vegas fire department this even-
ng to consider an Invitation to participate
tbe Memorial day exercises of the E.
Romero bote company.
, " G. M. Roberts,
L.J.Marcus, Chief.
Secretary. j
Q)!cU!l Nut, ,
Notice Is hereby given that any pr4tW
or perrons holding (iertilloutes, Vouchers,
or any other evidence of indebtedness
agalimt the County of Hsu Miguel, other
ttian bonded imlebtnhuuui, are hereby noti
fied and required to present same tor reg
istration at tbe County Clerks ollice, of said
county, wllliln the next thirty duys from
this date: Htiyone falling to nave tboir
respective amouuts registered, personally,
or through their agent or attorney, are
bereby not Hied I bat t heir claims, al ter that
iae, will nut be recognized by this Board.
By order of toe iioaril,
Fuan'co V. ie Baca, Chairman.
Attest: Patricio (Jonzalsh, Clerk.
U Vkuas. N. M May 1st, ISM.,
Felix Msrtlnez is at home from El Paso,
D. C. Douel Is tu town from La Cueva,
Uev. G. A. Neeff relumed to Ssnla Fe,
Mrs. Frank Morgaa 1$ up from Albu
queiqus. ' x
Pablo Baoa has returned to town from
bis ranch.
J, W. Z'Hari boarded last evening's
train f jr El Paso.
Romualdo Uartlnes, of Lot Alamos, vis.
its the county seat,
H. I. Ljtz Is in tbe city on a Visit to bit
family from the ranch.
Harry Kaufman, the well-known drum
mer, left for EI Paso, last evening.
J. E. Wbitoiore, jr., and Robert Mingus
arrivod in the city this afternoon.
Jose D. Archuleta and wife, of tbe Red
rivor vicinity, trausaoted business In town.
to-day. '
Guadalnps Borrego and ion, Manuel, of
Cbaoou, Mora county, have been in town,
Thos. G. Randall, a pension agent, Is at
the Plaza hctel, from Puetlo, Colo , with
his wife.
W. H. Kelly baa returned from the La
Cueva ranch, after ten days' recreation
out there.
Dr. J. M. Cunningham has reached borne
from his trip to Washington .City and
other eastern cities. .
Al Fraser, Wagoo Mound; M. Owens,
St. Louis; S. C. Dunbar, Florence, Kan.,
are registered at the Central hotel.
Mrs. Trinidad Romero came dawn from
Wagon Mound, last evening, to wait at the
bedside of her dying niece, Mrs. Ignacio
E. P. Gunnell and wife, Est Saginaw,
Mioh.;R. C. Bweetland. Trinidad;' J. C.
Burnett, Boston, are registered at tbe Mew
Optio hotel.
C. H. Young, Albuquerque; J. L. Todd
and C. A. Legare". Chicago; A. H.' West
and W. C. Held, Topeka; H. J. Trauntin,
Colorado Springs, are registered at the
Depot hotel. ; ;;' '
O. V. W. Ciiaalier and wife, Kansss
City, Kan. ; Mrs. H. Cowan, Venice, Italy;
Thos. Q. Randall and wife, Pueblo, Cola. ;
D. Burnbam Pegg, Philadelphia, and J. C.
Bennett, Boston, stop at the Plaza hotel.
25 Cents per Quart.
l-The Grocer.
The Appointments Made Last. Evening
Some Cttanges In Duties.
Tbe city fathers met in regular session,
fast evening, with Conncilmen Forsythe,
Hamlin, Hofraeister,Holllngswortb,MartiB,
Rogers and Mayor Olney present. '
A fireplug was ordered put in on tbe
east side of the railroad track, near the
wool-pulling establishment.
Ordinance No". 31 was o dered strictly
enforced by the marshal. This ordinance
relates to irrigation from tbe Aeua Pura
Co's water mains.
A resolution was adopted changing, to a
certain extent, the duties of marshal, dep
uty marshal and police officer. The mar
shal's duty, hereafter, will be, in addition
to his regular police duties, the collection
of all licenses, business, vehicle, dog
licenses and poll tax ; levies for streetlm
provements, etc. The deputy marshal's
duties will be that of a police officer, and
bis hours, from 6 o'clock p. m. to 6 a. m.
Tbe police efficer will assume tbe duties of
street commissioner with charge of the
street work, sr up house, etc.
Tbe following named were nominated
for office, the ensuing year, and confirmed
by the council: Judge E. V. Long, city at
torney ; Dr. M. W. Robbins, physician ; F.
Meredith JoneB, engineer; Thos. F. Clay,
marshal; James W. Cbrlstal, deputy mar- :
sbal, and Eli Caldwell, police officer.
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Notice to Stockholders. - "
East LasVegas, N. M., April 21st, 'C6.
Notice Is bereby given to the stockholders
of the Las Vegas Mining and Prospecting.
Co. that tbere will be tbe first annual meet
ing held cn Monday, June 1st, 1896, fo&the
purpose of electing officers for the ensuinaffl
year, meeting to be held at W. E. Crites'
second-band store, East Las Veras. New
Mexico, at 9 o'clock p. m., sharp.
175-M. Thos. E. Blautkit, Sec'y;
Tbe Lyons house is now run in first class
order, and is the best boarding house In
town for tbe price asked, 156tf.
Native bran at tbe
Vegas Roller
mills, at 80c. per 100.
Highest Honors World's
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
rv . v
First-class Goods
at. Lowest Prices.
Fancy and Staple
Ffuits and Vegetable,
Fish and Oysters. ...
in Season. Telephone 10.
laroe Nuaaur op aoi.o.
The Lamest On. Ever Pound In th. Baldy
District, up In Colfax County,
Tbk OpTIO has received a pencil tracing
of a large nugget of gold taken out - of a
placer mine near tbe town of Baldy, up In
Colfax county, owned by John Mossman,
an old-timer In those parts. The nugget
was obtained on the 24th inst., while be
was engaged lu cleaning up his .week's
work and by aotual measurement is four
and one-eighth Inches long, in tbe widest
put one and half inches and in tbe thick
est Fart one inch and is v-lued at $200.
There are scattered through it some black
end white quartz. Tb's is the second
iarge nugget of tbe precious yellow metal
that bas been found in the immediate lo
cality. ' . 1
The pencil tracing was done by laying
tbe nugget flat on a piece of paper and
then running a sharp pencil around it.
The specimen was then set on ede and a
pencil again used as abovo indicated.
Tbe nugget was purchased by Henry
Pritcbard, a merchant of Elizatethtown,
who has It on exhibition. Ourcjrresp nd
ent writes that it does cue good ''to take
it, beft it, lo.k at its bright surface and
then wish you could find a larger one.','
Another account, taken from the Raton
Reporter: "John Mosman, one of tbe old
time prospectors and miners of tbe Ut
Creek-Baldy mining district, on Sunday,
found a gold nugget 01 Ute creek, within
a stone's throw of Baldy towuslte, which
weighs thirty-eight ouaces. As Uce creek
gold is almost pure, this nngget will run
at least (20 to tbs ounce, making it worth
$700. This is the largest nugget ever found
in the Ute creek district, (is far as known.
Some years ago, a nugget weighing six
tesn ounces was found in this same vicin
ity, while small nujgetj weighing from
half an ounce up to two and three ounces
have beep frequently found and occasion
no comment.
Thos. Interested In the Wool Industry Called
to Meet In Mass Convention.
To the Wool Growers, Wool Dealers
Sheep Breeders of New Mexico:
You are bereby requested to meet in
mass convention In Las Vegas on tbe 7th
and 8th days ot July next, for the purpose
of organizing a Territorial wool-groweis
association, to be auxiliary to the nationa
wool-growers' association.
Local laws upon contagious diseases.
such as foot tot, sjab, etc., demand unity
of action, as do also inter-state quarantine
and national customs legislation the
present odious, unjust discrimination in
the tariff law against wjol growers de
mands cur earnest, empbatio and united
There is no other Industry in the Terri
tory of equal magnitude and importance,
noneeniuiea 10 greater consideration, no
other upon which tbe interests of tbe en
tire community are m ire d9pendent, none
in which tbe prosperity of each indivldua
is 10 cont'ngent upon the Buccess of all
than ifi that of sheep-husbandry and wool-
Every owner of sheep in the Territory,
eveiy wool-dealer, and every one directly
Interested in the industiy, is cordially in
vited to be present. Let every section cf
the Territory be represented. Address all
communications ta George A mot, East
Las Vegas, N. M temporary secretary;
and advise him if yon will attend.
Chas. Ii.kkld. . - ' '
Gross, Blackweli. & Co.
Mveu Friedman & Bro.
Browne & Makzanaris Co.
Territorial papers please copy.
L. W. Lewis, the railroad con tractor, was
a south-bound passenger, last evening.
Brakstnan Day has quit his job in Las
Vegas and gone telow, to do so no more
Engineer J. E. Dellart left San Mnrcinl
frr the east, called there by tbe illness of
bis mother.
A switch engine left San Marcial for Al
buquer.que, the other day, to help out dur
ing the msb.
Engineer E. Comstock Is again on his en
gine at Ban Mtrciul, after a siege of jury
service at Socoiro.
E. C. Brown, Atchison agent at El Paso,
Texas, was en route home, last evening,
accompanied by his wife.
F. G. Erb, station ag;nt atChspelle, Is in
the City, buying supplies preparatory to a
mining trip to Hopewell. '
Engineers Wm. J. Igcq and Wm. Fchop-
por, cl JNickerscn, Kan., arrived in Ban
Marcial, and are subject to call.
: Engineer Jim Welsh, of Las Vegas, Is
running No. 95 out of Sen Ma cial at pres
ent.. He is an old-timer on that division.
.-Engineer Piper, of the- Silver City
brancb, was taken quite 111 at Ilincon,
the other day, and bad to abandon his
rub.- V ; '- - ' -: :
, C. M. Ljon, formerly of the railway of
fice force at San Maroial, ln'now traveling
for McPike & Jox, wholesale druggists of
Engineer Shallenberger is pulling on the
main line, instead of pushing at Kincon, ;
these days. The change is expected to be
permanent. -
General Manager J. J. Frey and party
arrived on the second section of No. i,
last eveniug, occupying special cars Nos.
217 and ?fi and left Las Vegas for the south,
by special train, at 6:30 o'clock, this morn
ing. . " " -
Valuable Testimonials.
A number of people about town are will
ing to acknowledge the merit ot Macbeth
mineral" water for dyBpersla and" all
stomach disorders. Among ithese are L.
J. Marcus and Max Brooks, ot Rosenthal
Bros.' store, who have both found this
water a Valuable remedy for annoying
disorders of the Rtomach, 17B-tf
The new method earrlpn
hose fin l tbe
re ju.t tho
ball noizie lawn ip.inkler
tblnss to buy now. U, V
16St( . . -
Tbe Sporleder Boot and Sbae
The Largest and Best Assorted Stock of
f fl p- tvgjr -th.
New Mexico Seed House. ;
Successor to
Big Cut in FarnitureMay 29th and Week.
We want room upstairs
, will make some prices
Folding Beds: V;
Worth $45 00 for $27.50 U."T":"
- 40 00 ' 25.00
22 60
18 00
One Elegant Bed Lounge for $22 50, worth $27.
Baby Buggies:
Worth $.1 00 lor $16 50 '
19 00 16 00
16 60 12.76
8.00 " 6 25
This , is a Money-Saving ' Sale
Which will not soon Occur Again.
Cash Novelty
fr- a yard, $6 inch,. All Wool '
-J berge,) I o different shades.
I'ormer price .5 cts.
-ri.yardi 27 inchj Lace; Lawns.
1 C Sold - everywhere.- at 12
Ladies' Linen," Hemmed
1 er .
lOV Handkerchiefs. Sold every
where at 25 cts.
New Line Ready Made Dress Skirts from $2i550 up.
Agents for Standard Paper
Sixth Strett, Opposite Postoffice.
shelf Hardware.
Great Western Stoves Ranges,
Gasoline Stoves, Lamps
Granite Ware, , Tin Ware,
:. Refrigerators,, , Ice Cream Freezers,
Garden Hose, Lawn Sprinklers,' :
Wire Netting, Lawn Mowers.
Hardware Dealers, Temple Building, East Las Vegas, fj. M..
Agents for the Kansas City Lightning Hay Press, and Hallack's Prepared Paints. '.
and Builder.
next door vest ot'
Build inc. .
as Vegas. Boiler Mil
J. IL SaiTH, Prop'r.
iocatton: On the hot springs branoh rIl
r.R IP.a T .a Varra Haw UavlnA
Your Patronage Solicited
- Handles the Only
Steel Range Stoyes
Plumbing Tinning.
VJ-1 In the City. .
New Designs " '
; , Attractive Prices
Up-to-Date Styles .
Call and Sea Our Ladies' 20th Century Shoes
G. B, WOODS. ;
for. another carload and
that will make 'room.
Turkish Couches:
Wortb $24.00 lor $18 00
. 21 00 16 00
18.00 18 60
And others down to $5.00
Dining Chairs,
Hall Chairs,
Few of a Kind
Astonishingly Cheap.
Dry Goods Store.
A C a yard Unbleached Table
masli 61 inches.
mer price 60 c's.
IP Alt Linen Fringed Hucked
Towels, 18x37 size. Great
OCv All Linen Fringed Hucked
Towels. 2x42 size.
- ...
Patterns, from 5 cts.
and tip,
and Lamp Trimmings,,
j. thdrnhill;
Floiist - anfl Landscape Garflener.
; .. ";v v. ... . ..-' :.
Cut Flower, always on band, .
..':' ' ' New Line - '.. .
Ladies' and Children's Oxfords, f
. i" - in Russet or Blaek". , IT,t. 4
Is the place to trade,
And '"JMnere You Aire!"
A Few Underwear Items of Special. Interest:
39c Fr Ladles' Balbrlggan Combination Suits.
59C For Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Union Suits.
1 2c Fr Misses' Swiss Ribbed Vests, With Half Sleeves.
29c For Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Vests, With Half Sleeves.
39c For Ladies! Fine Jersey Ribbed Shaped Vests, With Long Sleeves,
mm, wmml & m.
Wholesale Grocers
East Las TegM and Albnqnerqno, New Mexico.
i m t .. ,: - .. '
! ' WOOL, '
ool'iiiJ and 104 North Second St.,
j ' St. Louis, Mo.
Hardware, Stoyes &AgriculmralImpleiueiits
A large stock of Stove and Plows now on hand, whloh will be soldallttla
above cost. These goods are all warranted to be of the very best make in the
United States, and to give perfeot satisfaction.
At the Old Stand on Center Street. EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M.
-Later aiiJstoraiB in Las jeeas Hot Springs Canon.
CapStClt37 50,ooo 10X10
Our Ice is pure,' firm and
iT. ' X ; to our
Office: 620 Douglas Ave., East LasVegas, N.M
' BicbipiBOT, tOiT. B.xMILLS, Established in 1878,
Real Elaie;Mlnihgi Insurance Agts.
!?t - Represent the Royal Exchange Arsurance Company,
''" .!';:!,!- ' - of London, England ; Assets ,
County and school bonds bought and .old. Best facilities for planing such securi
ties. Large list of ranch and improved property, and over 8,000,000 acres of timber
lands in the south and southwest, at price, which challenge competitors. Office on
Bridge St., ijas Vegas, N. 31
ts Offering the Greatest Values in Dry Goods
LJ mm I sxlUt t U r4-r o r Drt-t
.. .; Shoes and
Purchased at a Great 'Sacrifice, and will give
Our Customers the Advantage of this..
Special Low Prices on Dress Goods.
' A. . SENEGAL. Manager. T
. -..rfvlrez-U now .Served at the. Noon Hour, .at the
DlrJTiER served in
a ---'k. , o'clock, at which time all the delicacies
, ',. of the season can be liad. Your patronage solicited. .,
" who Is wUlingto stand or fall on hit
4 . meritsaea baker, has constantly
-'" on sale at the
Opposite Fostofflca, Wast Side.
Speoiai order, filled on short notice. '
clear,' and gives entire satisfaction
many patrons.
Short Order
until 7
the evening from
Street Railway,
. JOHN SHANK, Manager. , .
Cars every fifteen minutes, from 8. "a. m,
to 8 p. m.
200 tickets for $5.00
100 tickets for J3.S0
35 tickeu for 11.00
Parasols in Great Variety,
) ust Keccivcd.

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