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)AIOrOFTICo jj ..QUICK.. RETURNS Art given To .11 advertisers Who use Tb oolumni of Tin Oitio. r. given S To all advirtlser . A Wboust . Tbe column, of V tan Optic. $ VOL XVII. EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 3, 1890. NO. 183 THE SAD RECKONING A Careful Estimate Made of the Terrific Work Done by the St. Louis Cyclone. . KENTUCKY .; DEMOCRATS Gas Explosion Causes the Death of Twenfyfire Miners Near v - liochebelle, France. RIVER AND ' HARBOR BILL St. Louis, Mo., Judo 3. Tha body of an unknown man wt.8 found Busting In the river near this city, yesterday audit is thought that he was on' of the victims of the tornado, last week! The following summary was made up, this morning, and is thought to be , nearly correct, although it is reason able to believe that it will be months before the exact loss of life can be as certained, as , quite a Dumber of atrangers and wbarfmen are supposed ' to have been drowned, and their bodies cannot possibly be recovered until de composition sets in sumuient to brlDg tbem to tho surface. Burial permits is sued to diite, 127; dead bodies not re covered, 13; wounded, in hospital, 90; missing people, 80; total, 310. The relief fund was this morning in creased to $140,000. Individuals as , a'stcd lo the amount of 14.000. The wort of repairing the stricken city is going on fast. Tho streets are all cleared, and busiuef s has settled down to the channels it occupied before the terrible slorm. The road way across the great Eads bridge was opened for traaio, this morning, and it Is thought after it has been repaired, that the bridge will be as safe as. ever. The storm did not seem to have moved tbe piers, in the least. The publio schools have re-opened, in all tbe . school buildings that were not dam aged, and tbe damaged churches are being repaired as fast as possible. No one need stay away from St. Louis during convention week, for fear that the storm has Interfered with ac commodations for the guests, as epery one can be easily cared for, and in just ais comfortable manner as before tbe IUIUHUU. tt UI&. UU IUB uuuuiug in which tbe convention will be held is being pushed with all possible baste, and in a fev das it will be ready for I lir iL 1...HJ: I tbe convention. Iusurance adjusters are - busily at work, and while the loss falls lien my un some oompamug, anu es- . peoially those Who have a tornado clause in their policies, it is not thought that the lusses will seriously cripple any of the companies. A revised Hot of tornado victims of . Enst St. Louis, shows the following: Identified dead, 99; unidentified dead, 2; missing, '.6; fatally injured, 7; tota1, 134. ' It will thus be seen that ' in propar tion to tbe size ot tbe cities, East, St. Louis suffered a much greater loss than did St. Louis. , Terriffic Explosion. Tabis, France, Juno 3. A terriffio rxplcalon of gas occurred, to-day, near l be city of Hoehebelle, in the Fontanes mines, in which twenty-Gve miners lost their lives, and tho valuable mines were badly damaged. ' A ppolntments. LoNiiON, England, June 3. The United Press has been officially in formed that the Kail of Selborne, and Kir George II. Murray, C. 15., princi pal clerk to the secretary of the treasury, bare been appointed members of the Faoifio cable company. Prominent Democrat Dead. Tekvisr, Coi.o., June 3. Thomas V. Vottcr, tirst assistant postmaster at Denver, and well-known democrat, died, to-day. .Porter wai one of the most popular and well known men in the city and bad for years taken a leading part in polities. His death is considered a most serious loss to the democratic party in this city. The River and Harbor Bill. Vasiukoton, P. C, June 3 Tbe veio of the president cf the river and harbor bill and the gpWquent paes- ' nee of this bill by the house, was tbe principal subject of Gonpnrsaiion in the liaiis and lobbys of the publio build. ipg?, ibis morning, and immediately after tbe. morning prayer in the senate, this body proceeded to consider tbe subject. Senator Vest look the floor tud proceeded to disouU the veto roes : age in detail and pointed out various inaccuracies in tbe message and made made many remarks that were any jliirg but complimentary. Cashikgton, D. C, June 3. At 8 :1b o'clock;- the senate passed tbe river and harbor appropriation bill over the precedent's veto, by the nec essary two-Uiifds majority. Yeae, 56; nays, 5. Those voting against the bill were Messrs. BaU, Chilton, Hill, Kmitb, Vilas. . This is tbe most unanimous oppo sition that tho president has ever bad in congress and has created quite a stir at the cepitol. President Cleve land was seeu, to-day, but bad nothing to say en tbe subject, but that be took tha matter to bcart was pliiitly visible. There are many men who are supposed io be true to the administration, who voted to pass tbe bill over tbe pres ident's veto, and give as thcie reasons ' (bat a failure to keep up publio works on the rivers and barbors for a year would result in a loss greater than tbe appioptiatioo which bat just been tnade, besides being a calamity fa business matters along tbeeo.st and river pila'j tbut would be irreparable. Tiver or inheri who take a slightly different view of tbe matter, and sav (hat it is a forerunner of what ths (democrats all over tbe country (rill do when the convention It called at Cb, s(ro. Tli at tby will not allow tha pd ministration, which has been so uo. j epular, to dictate to them tnj further, and, Instead of following tbt party lash, Vhey will stand out and act for that which they believe to be proper and right, . 1IOUSB. Washington, D. C.., June 3 The bouse to-day agreed without further discussion, to tha oouferenoe report od the bill making the appropriations for tbe fortiUoalkm ot tbo coasts delenoes, which was under consideration when the bouse adjourned, yesterday. Con. pressman Cannon presented tbe first conference report i f the general do flclencv bill, the report was agreed to and a further conference was ordered, there being a Dumber of Items which were still in dispute. , Kentucky Democratic Convention. Lexington, Ky.,June 3. The dem ocratio state convention is poldlng a meeting bere, ., this , afternooa. Tbe free silver and anti-free silver men are equally determined to elect their can didates. Tbe silver leaders, platform is to ba free silver at a ratio of 1G to 1, - and tbe names Cleveland and Carlisle are not to be mentioned. They will also express their disapproval of the construction which is placed on the 1892 platform by Ibe present administration. Sen ator Blackburn is still declared to be their choice for the senate. J Lexington, June 3 As tbe people gather for the convention the excite ment runs higher, both sides are claim icg viotory, and ns the fight Is so near at band every one Is putting forth his greatest effort to swing the tide his way. When the time came for oalling tbe big convention to order, tbe Una tauqua auditorium was filled with peo pie, and it is estimated that 6,000 peo ple are within the sound of tbe gavel. The democrats are worked up to great- er excitement than they usually are at eleotion time. It is said that tbe peo. pie, as a body, are in favor of a free silver platform, but tbe anti-silver men are better prepared for tbe tight than the silver men. The proceedings ot the convention opened with prayer by Rev. Bartlett, ot this city, and several of the best bands in the city furnish plenty of pat none music. Chairman Lodge, of tbe state central committee, who is an ad. ministration man and a thorough gold bug, . called tbe convention to order. He made a speech, in which he said that the silver men were going to be badly disappointed, ami calling the silver men fanatics and cranks." This was met by a storm of disapproval from the , silverites. lie olosed his speech in a plea for "honest money," which, he said, was tbe only salvation of tbe democratic party and the conn try at large, lie laid especial praise upon President Cleveland and Secre tary Carltble, whom the silver men en tirely ignored in tbe platform ana reso lutions which they hope to pass. At tbe close of Chairman Lodge's speech, John Rhea, a prominent Ken tucky democrat, succeeded 1 in getting the floor, and in a short speech nomi nated C. J. Bronston tor temporary chairman, and Col. B H. Young nom inated Judge Alex. Humphrey for tbe same place. It is not thought that the convention will gel to voting, to day, unless a night session should be held, which question had not come np at 4 o'clock, this afternoon. ' Volume 1, No. 1, of The Tribet came to Tub Optic table this morning. : The paper will advocate tbe view that God faai kept bis promises to the ten tribe of Israel. The current opinion of Christendom la that He bas not Nioe-tentbs of all tbe trouble theologians have with the Bible arises from this source. All concede that the tbreateninge have been kept but not tbe promises, the7 caries tbey accept In an historical sense, but not the blessings, which they say are metaphorical. As a lawyer In North Carolina puts It: "Israel Is made to feel keenly tbe truth of prophe cy when be is to be kicked, bat when the pie is banded round be must be satisfied to wait for "the sweet bye and bye." Tbe paper holds to the hypothesis tbat the promises are as real as the cursn and as sure, and tbat tbe Anglo-Saxons as race are In the er joyment of tbem. J. W. Brooks, tbe local manager of tbe Western Union telegraph company, is a mem ber of tbe society of the tea tribes of tbe United States, and will cheerfully give further information as to tbe objeot and purposes of The Tribei.' " ; " SPECIAL NOTICES. TnOU BALK. At Wat rous, Ji . M . . 450 head X? of good yearling steers. For price and other particulars, write to Ed. D. Wood bury or H. K. Byers.Watrous, S. M.-lWml DON'T PAY 'BENT-HOO cash and W a month for seventy months r will nay for a three-room residence, with good yard and Kood neighborhood) centrally located. Bsidenee lots Ave years' time. ltf J, H. TaiTMBADX. TjOB RENT Furnished rooms , con ven ant A- louorn towns; cnirauy tocaiea. in cntrally located. quire at The Optic once. hi tf Notice el Publication. In the matter of the assignment of the Calkins Cattle company, tieorge L. Brooks, assignee. In the District court of the fourth judicial district ot the Territory of New Mexico, sitting within and for the couaty ot San UIm1, . In pursuance of an order of the said dis trict court made ai d entered ot record on the J1 day of June, io', notice It hereby Ktren itint Geortre L. Brooks, assignee of the Calkins cattle company, rn, to wit, M iv 13'u, iim. exhibited and Bled In said court, a statement, under oath, of the accounts of said trust with proper vouchers, and that said statement and accounts will be allowed bjr the said aourt, or the judge thereof. In vacation of said eourt, on the llth day of June. Jti'JS, unless gaoa cause to tha oontrary shall be shown. Vklix Uinnaii, Clerk. Dated this 2d day of Juae, im. KM -tit Aselrnec's Notice. TWroT OF J! 1 W MEXICO, CotiKTT of Ban mouse " Jn the Olstrlpt c urt ot tbe fourth judicial district: in the matter of tbe volnntarrautimmant or tnei aittne ttoMip companr " Notice Us hereby given tlis tbe under signed, Geora I,. Brooks, assignee of the i niklns Cattle company, will pay upon tha demands allowed against the said trust eRtate, tn.tne ilalmants, according to their right a dividend or twenty-five (ili) per cen tum fher-of , out of moneys In ills hands as suoh8sl(?nee,aptilchle to such pavments, such iliyjuenj being payable on demand, ujiones h. n"fis. m 6t .Assignee of the Cant Cattja l'g. HISTORICAL EPSOM ! The Prince of Wales Horse, Persimmon, Won the Derby Prize by a Neck. ' SILVER RULES AT TOP EK A The Terrible Elevator Accident in Lnltinlbre, and a Fire . Horror fn Philadelphia. OREGON IS ALL RIGHT London, June 8. To-day is Derby day in England, and historical Epsom is again in ber glory, tbe crowd is even larger than ever, and tbe arrangements are almost perfect or tbe great annual race. The day opened cloudy, but pleasant, and tbe clouds seemed to have little influence over tbe feelings of tbe great throng that gathered to see the greatest trial of equine speed that is afforded anywhere in the world. Tbe lawn on wblch the race was run is as smooth as a billiard table. At noon betting was 4 to 2 against St. Fruskin; 4 to 1 against, Persimmons, 14 to 1 against Gulistan: 10 to 1 each against Teufel and Regret, and S3 to 1 each against Knight of the Thistle and Baradwardine. Tbe great race was cap tured by the Prince ot Wales' horse, Persimmons, despite . assertion : that the horse was disabled and tbe obances of overcoming , tbe mighty speed of Mr Leopold De Rothschild's St. r t . il l . . . - i r .uuiu, t,fo ptskCliGaiiv UCSLi UJOUi St. Frusquin, . though beaten tor tbe first place, gave a good account of binisolf, and finished second; II. E Boddington's Farwig running third. - Persimmon won by a neck, St. Fruquin beat Farwig br two lengths. Teuful, fourth; time, 2:42. - , Tbe Prinoe of Wales is highly elated over the victory won by his horse and it is said will give one of the grandest receptions ever given by him, in bonor of the event. London, England, Jane 3. Tbe Epsom Town Palto (handicap), 103 sovereigns for three-year-olds and . up wards, in a race of three furlongs, was won by K. Wlshord's Helen Nloholas, Royal Flush, second and Marble, third. , , Stock Market. ' Wall SniuEr, N. Y., June 3 Tbe railway and miscellaneous stock market opened weak, and -from to per cent, lower. Tbero was some pressure to sell Lather preferred, sugar and gen eral . electrio, and these issues, .scored the greatest losses. . . Kansas Democrats. Topkka, Kansas, June 3.-Tbe dem ocratic state convention met this morn ing and perfected a temporary -organization by the election of Barney Sheri dan as chairman.' After the appoint, went of the usual committoes, an ad journment was taken until this after noon. Tha convention is absolutely under the control of the free silver ele ment. : . Oregon all Right. Portland, Oregon, June' 3. The results of the eleotion are coming Id slowly, and especially from the out dis tricts. But enough is now known to warrant the statement that tbe next legislature will be republican by a sate majority. The question now is whether Senator John II. Mitchell or another will be sent to the senate. A9 the count proceeds, the plurality of cx Governor Pennoyer, for mayor of Portland, con tinues to Increase. ... ' A Fire Horror. Philadelphia, June J A fire oc curred bere on Sixth street this morn ing, which at first seemed to be a very threatening blase, but which was soon subdued by tbe prompt action of the firemen. A crowd gathered in the street, and Mrs. Robert Emmett, aged fifty five years, becoming excited, from tbe Immense quantities of smoke that filled tbe house, jumped from tbe attic window, and was badly, if not fatally, injured. A moment later a young lady by the name of May Sullivan appeared at the third story window, and, al though entreated by the crowd and the firemen below not lo jump, she threw herstlf from the window and was also badly injured. The loss from fire was not serious. Serious Elevator Accident. Baltimore, Md., June 3. A terri ble aocident occuired here this morn, log, which, while the results were seri ous, might have been many times worse. As the passenger elevator in the Friden wald priming company's building, on fiutaw street, reached tbe fourth floor, the cables on tbe car gave way and it fell to" tbe basement. There were four teen women in tbe oar, thirteen of whom were badly injured, wi'.Ji broken legs, arms and internal Injuries, The elevator man had an almost miraculous escape, not being injured at all. Two of tbe wounded are in a dying condi. tion, and others are fatally injured. When it is considered tbat the fall was over 100 feet, it is surprising tbat any of the passengers escaped with their lives. The elevator' was supposed to hare been in good condition, and bad been recently inspected by tbe city in spector, but the safety clamps refused to work, and the eleyator fell with lis full velocity. OTTERS DBDG COMPANY, FLAZA. PHARMACY, Successors to K. G. Murphey Sc Co.) srtiUiii:.d iteuu DRUUUISTS. Reading drug bouse In the sooth west. Orders iqtlclted and prompt ly filled. Prescriptions a kpeojulty. Fresh drugs and purest chemicals, only, ssed In our prescription department. Bole sgent for Las Vegas for tbe sale of the celebrated MACBETH WATER, highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ytoSO&OJtnEsV pure ' ; A Lost Boy. A reward ot $2S is offered for tbe deten tion and Information', regarding JEmmeti Overstreet, aged fourteen years, who left bis borne at Bowie, Montague county, Texas, May 6th.' When last beard of tie' v m , U7 a Ii Vtit r n t n ,k. PanhindlA DesorlDtlon Aee H vein; well de-'' veloped for age; dark hair; wore a gray suit of clothes, brown hat and knee pants; wears Mo. 4 shoes; two front teeth rather broad; eyes blue or gray; is well advanced in studies. " Hold and Wire bis father, ! i WV Oystbiet,'; J, ; ' Bowie, Texas. , The new method garden bos and tbe ball nozzle lawn spi inkier are jnst tbt., wstf Edw. WALTMAN'S - LAUNDRY , ; ; '. i Douglas Ave., first door ' t .' ? I west of Furlong gallery. Family Washing a Specialty. Good Work Done on Short "Notice. GIVE US A TRIAL. B. C. PITTENGER & CO. STEAM LAUNDRY. Goods called for j and delivered.. " - " ? Douglas Ave. Butcher Shop. Fresh Butterine, cheaper and better tbaa Creamery butter. Leaf lard, Sausage and r resa meats every aay. Montezuma Restaurant Center St., East lias Vegas. , CHARLES WEIGHT, Prop'r. Best Twenty-five Cent ,. Meals in Town. Tables supplied with everything the mar- set auroras, ratronage soiicitea. THE II RESTAURANT Ward Block, Railroad Ave., Mrs. Wm. Qoin, Prop. Tables Berved With EVERYTHING THE SEASON AFFORDS, Cooked and Served in tbe Highest Order. Meals, 25c. Board by week, $5, - A trial will convince you of ibe merits of THE MODEL RESTAURANT. PMENIX MEAT MARKET, J. S, Dillon, Prop. Dealer in all kinds of FRESH MEATS, HAMS AND BACON, Fish, Game and Poultry in Season. ORDERS SOLICITED. THE LATEST STYLES . IN ' Pine MillinEry, Are being shown by - ' MRS.L.HOLLENWAOER, Prices are always as low as is consistent with the work done. Ladies are invited to call and examine. ; .. ... , ; -A Dress-Making Department, making a' specialty of fine work, is in charge of Miss Hanlon, (late bf Bullene, Moore & Emory, of Kansas City) an adept In tbe art of cutting, fitting and do ing fine work.- 1'bsr patronage of the ladies Is solicited. All work guaranteed. Prices from tf.OO up. C. S. ROGERS, Practical Hofse-Siioef, , , LAS VEGAS, N. M.J Nos. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west end ot bridge. Special attention given to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith ing and woodwork.1 All work promptly done and w satisfaction guaranteed. ABST BEER, JOE HALTNL'R, Ajt. The ' world's famous Pabst Keg Beer is now on tap at the following places, at 5c per glass: PACE BELL, QUINLY & BENJAMIN, P. SAVILLE, RALPH OLDHAM. CIABK A FORSYTHE, W, 8. STANDISII. 1 BUSINESS POIHTKR3. Walter Dearden, asaayer Trinidad, Colo. and chemist 187-tI Wall paper and picture mouldings, all i.new 1996 patterns, at H. O. Coors 136tf Tbe new building on Bridge street can now be rented for bills, entertainments, meetings, etc, at reasonable rates, la qiiire at tbe hardware store of I. W Inter nits.' . . . - 150-tf Your Stomach.' Disease elsewhere cannot be conquered, It your stomacb does not do its work well. Macbeth inintirah water is a certain cure for indigestion and other disorders of the stomach. Begin in the proper manner to bnild up your system by drinking Macbeth water, fresh from the well every morning. At B.otb's meat market, lli-tf Bertrnan is agent for Wanamaker A Brown and Mills & Merrill, fine tailor made clothing. See samples at Uartman'i store. 60-tf ;-7 , DAYS RACING . Juno 6th to 13th, Inclusive. OVERLAND PARK Club Association, of Denver. TROTTING, PACING, KUNNIHO and BICYCLE RACKS EACH DAY. For information address, CHAS. O. GOODMAN, Secretary, Boston Building, DEKVftR, COLO. l&d&wlm SIM PEL MOM BANK OF LAS Capital Paid Surplus,; - in DB. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President, ' FBANK SPRINGER, Vice-President. , '' 1 - . .' ' , D. T. HOSKLNS, Cashier. , F. B. JANUART, Asslst&nt Cashier. mo,' ft IJfTBiaKST PAID O TIKB-OKPOSIXS I.O '- THE LAS VEGAS SAVINGS BANK. tSave your earnings by depositing them mey win oring you an income. . jcvery aoiior saved, is (wo aoiiars maao." ' No deposits received of less than $1. - Interest paid on all deposits of $6 and over. ' ; A large and complete line of mm. IMPLEMENTS, Plows and Points Kept constantly on hand, together with Garden Hose, Wire Netting, Poultry and Fence Wire, ' STOVES AND RANGES of every description. Your patronage is solicited at the Old Town Hardware Store. NEW BUILDING, 0. WINTERNITZ. 826 & 328 Railroad Avehu. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Ranch Supplies a. peolaUy( Goods delivered free to all parts of the city. Call anoV examine our stocx ot ' fore pnrchasing, and be convinced of onr low prices. Mir : Complete, line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. A. A; WISE, Notory l'ubllo. Established 1881. , F, C. HOGSKTT. WISE & HOQSETT, LOANS AND READ ESTATE, Sixth and Douglas Ares., East Las Vogs, N. M. Improved and Unimproved Lands and City Property for sale. Investments made and attended to for Non-residents. Titles examined, Rents colleoted and Taxes paid. ROSENWALD'S, v Soulh Side Plaza. A Beautiful Line of- Imported Hand Made Silk Lace Collars, and Linen Laces. OAJVIV AND Robt. L M. Ross, Real Estate AND INSURANCE AGENT. Prices to Suit the Times, - ; Lots from 1100 np. SOLE AGENT of the Hill-site .Town Co. addition, and. the Eldo rado Town Co. lower addition. Residences, Business Properties,' . Loans, Mortgages and Securities. Desirable Acre Properties t Fat me under Irrigation Ditohes. Office on 10 FL903, TAIME OPERA H00 IE, LIAS VECAt. P. OAKLEY, Successor to J. S. Elston, House ana Sip Painting, Glazing. Paper Hanging, Etc. Shop Opposite Express Office. TELEPHONE 57. - JOHN HILL, CODTRiCTOR III BDILliB. Manufacturer of Sash and Doors, Mouldings, Scroll Sawing, Surfacing and Matching JPlamiriK Mill and Office Corner ef Blanchard street aa' - . Grand avenue. AST LAS VKQA KIW MKT VEGAS. 15100,000. ; 60,000. - Hbmrt Gokk, Pres H. W. Kbixt, Vice Pres.! D. T. Hoskirs, Trees. ; Paid up capital, $30,000. In the Lab Visas BAvmos Babk, where The Dandy Wind Mill. : None Better, SEQTIIALl G CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. The finest line of Oarriages, Buggies. Landaus, Surreys, Fbsetons and Boad Carts in to . Southwest, of the bost manufacture Livery and Feed Stable. . BRIorf STREET, LAS VIOAfl I jxj&t I . , RECEIVED ! v First National Bank, , LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. JEFFERSON RAYNOLDS, President JOHN W. ZOLLARS, Vice-President. A. B. SMITH, Cashier. , Accounts Received Subject to Check. Interest, Paid on Time Deposits. i Hips Emm , East Las Vegas and Socorro. N. M. "Wholesale Grocers, Wool Hides and Pelts. Raqch and Mining Supplies, Fence Wire. Nails. Picks and Shovels. BLASTING. I GIANT POWDER. I bUIIU 'I I i and all kinds of Agricultural Implements. FARM, GRASS AND GARDEN SEED. PORTLAND CEMENT, ; . ACME CEMENT PLASTEE, (Saooessor to Coon Bros.) WHOXKSAIiK AJtD BETAIL D1AXKB M HilfABE. LUMBER, SASH, ' '. Paints, Oil Cerrillos Hard EAST LAS VEGAS, TSLKPHONH Ko. 56 Ooodi delivered . .! Proprietor N?3W Mexico v Has .lust Received BUILDING Of all Kinds Which he offers for sale at prices to always, native and redwood lumber, and shingles, and gives special at tention to builders and contractors, in want of building materials. Goods delivered free of charge, in the city. Comer Seventh and Jackson Streets, East Las Vegas. TKLKPHONK 68. NO TROUBLE i . To how Our Goods. FARM Tflfll ( allei I I UULI PLAZA HOTEL I.as Veg-as, New Meslee. The only first-class house in the city. Headquarters for stockmen. A. DUVAL, In chares of Cuisine Department. Ttatia 8fio per meal ; $6 per week. Tables supplied with everything tbe market afTordo. MRS. S. B. DAVIS Lessee: DOOES, BIJNIS, TARNISHES and Qlasa. and Soft Coal. NEW MEXICO) free In city. of the Planing Mill an Assorted Stock of MATERIALS and Styles, suit the times. He keeps on hand A. G. SCHMIDT Hanafaetarer of f agons,-:- Carriages, And dealer In Heavy .'. Hnrdwarn SEvvfy kliiu vZ wm&vu maiariai on nana Horseshoeinff and repairing a speolelty Grand and llanzanares Arennes, East La Vegaj. sis amam as Late ot Topewa, Kansas, FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER Reasonable Prices. 912 Prlnca St.