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The People's Paper. hew Mexico Butts Finest Climate U lbs Worlfl THURSDAY KVKSIXU, JUNK 4, ltitfo METROPOLIS MISCELLANY. J. Welti, loading undertaker. 63tf Tbo Now Bruuswlck restaurant for an appetizing uioal, lOfl-lf The largest and beat amorted stock of men's shoes to bo bad a BporIeder's.-n3-tf i Rlieopjusnrlng lias been greatly delayed tills season oil account of lack of grass and water. ' Louis J. Myers and bride were giren a charivari, laat evening, by tbetr young friends, Tbe cowboy preacbor aud bis wife are doing evangelistic work on tbe streets of Las Vegas. Put your spare cash to work. Take a abare with the Mutual building and loan association. W8-tf Judge H. 8. Woostnr Is still slightly un der tbe weather and unable to be at bis voice much of the time. . Ebe Insane asylum board baa aocepted the plans for tbe new buildings drawn by 1. H. Rapp, of tbla city. Tbe Lyons bouse is now run In first olass order, and is tbe best boarding bouse in town for tbe price asked, lMJtf. . Attend tbe "Feast of the Flowers," to night. You will get your money's worth when you buy a dish of that delicious ice cream. K. J, Jones was in tbe city, yesterday la tbe interest of tbe Denver Evening Post, e paper which is coming to the front rap idly In western Journalism. The regular monthly meeting of the Ladies' League, of tbe First Presbyterian church, will be held in tbe cbapel, on Sit. urday, June 6tb, at 8 o'clock, p. m. -181-21 Don Tbeodoolo 8a las Is In from tbe Las Conchas district, to-day, and reports copious rain and what is not quite so good copious bail down In that country, re cently. Tbo Maxwell land grant company has an attractive advertisement on tbe second page of this paper. Read it if you desire information on tbe northern part of this Territory. Tbe Montezuma club floor seems too tempting to a number of members to allow a Thursday evening to pa9s without danc ing, and have again engaged Prof. Sodrlng for to-night. J. Y. Lujno will open bis Ban Ignacio resort to the public, next Bandar. Tbe publio is cordially invited to be present. Mnsio will be furnished and those who de sire to dance, may do so. N. J. Dillon bas Just received from To ledo, Oblo, a new Stephens refrigerator. 8x12 fed, that is one of the finest on tbe market, and being tbe second of the kind to be brought to New Mexico, Governor Thornton writes to N. B, Chaffen, of this city, tbat be greatly need tbo money subscribed to tbe fund for tbe payment of detectives who are bunting the Fountain murderers. If your name is on that list, remember this. Rose Powers, tbe little daughter of Stephen Powers and wife, bas indeed seen manyjinidsbips in ber short life. For tbe first few months of ber existence she was very ill, and Bince ebe bas gained strength she had strained ber wrist very badly, and on Monday slia fell from a step on the hack porch and broke ber left arm. Tbe Methodist people will discuss their new church enterprise at tbo quarterly conference, Monday night. It wonld be matter in .which Las Vegas would take prido and which business men would doubtless be ready to help, If thf y would build a fine church edifice at the corner of Eighth and National. The Las Vegas mining and prospecting .ompany met, Monday evening, and re el cted cfllefrs for the ensuing year. The members of the company are quite san guine of success, as they are now shipping ore that is paying handsomely, even at tbe low price of silver, and they believe that they have not yet struck the rich body of ore tbat they bave in the mine down in Lake Valley. Tbe following announcement is passing through the mails to-day: "Dr. and Mrs. Francis Higginson Atkins announce the marriage of their daughter, Virginia, to Mr. Angus Mclntyre, Wednesday, Jane 3d, 1896, at Banta Fe, N. M. At home, Tres Piedros, N. M." The wedding oc curred at the residence of Mrs. Charles Bpiess. Mrs. Atkins went over to attend ceiemony. Santa Fe has organized a cavalry militia with the following officers: William Stover, captain; Fritz Muller, 1st lieuten ant; H. B. Hercey, 2d lieutenant; John C. Bears, M. P. Moore, August Labousenr, John L. Zimmerman and Addison Walker, aergeants; O. Bchober, Robert Wagner, J. W. Thompson, A. Dockwliler, corporals; Adolph Beyffert, saddler; Max Bernstein, farrier. Miss Eva May Tucker will deliver a lec ture, tbe fifth in tbe series of lectures to be given by the B. Y. P. TJ. society, at tbe Baptist church, on Sunday evening next, at 8 o'clock. The subject of the leoture U, "Daniel, the Prophet, and his Prophecy." Those who are acquainted with Miss Tucker, doubt not that the lecture will be well worthy, of a large audience. Tbe young ladies and gentlemen of the city are especially invited to be present. Weather Signals. Tbe U. S. weather bureau will keep flag aliroala on tbe city ball In tbe future. A plain white flag indicates fair weather; a blue flag, rain or snow; white and blue flag, local rain or snow; black triangular flag, temperate weather; white flag wltb black center, cold ware; white, with black above It, indicates fair weather, warmer; white, with black below, fair weather, colder; blue, with black above, rain or 'now, warmer; white and blue, with black below, local rain or snow, colder; white flag, and a white flag with black center, fair weather, cold wave; blue and white flag wltb black center, wet weather, cold wave. aVeABHUL ACClDRNT. It Happen to Vounj Ladles Well Known In This City. From tbe Kmpoiia Uaaotte. Buturday afleraoou, as tbe Strong City people wore returning from tbe cemetery after tbe parade of tbe day, an aculrieut occurred to tbree young ladles of Cotton wood Falls, which may oost one of tbeui ber life. A Jruilaway bursa hitched, to a buggy, camo down tbo street. Before room could be made ou tbe crowded street, the ruoaway oulllded with tbe buggy in wbiob MIstesKlttle aud Grace Houghton and Cora Howard wre rlillug. The buggT w" turned over and tbe girls were thrown to tbe ground. Uefore tbe wreck could bi reached by those who bad burried out of the way of tbe runaway borse, the horse which tbe young ladies were driving, bad become badly frightened, and by twisting, suc ceeded in breaking n shaft, and then by bis starting to run tbe broken shaft was run iutj tbe abdomen of Miss Kittle Houghton. Two young girls were lying in the road knocked senseless by the fall from tbe buggy, while Miss Houghton was con (Clous, and was trying to pull the broken piece of shaft from out of bar body. One of tbe younz women also received Internal injuries. All three live at Cot tonwood Falls, and are daughters of tbe best people In tbo town.- The runaway borse belonged to Mr. Kerr, tbe lumber dealer of tbe town. Later reports say that tbe two young women who were knocked senseless bave fully reoovered, but tbe life of Miss Kittle Houghton is still in a serious condition, Eight inches of tbe shaft was taken out of the body. . COURT ITEMS. The trial of Loziro A bey t la is (till on in tbe district court. Attorney T. J. Hendricks l In from camp to-day to attend to legal matters. Judgment in the sum of $10,000 baa been obtained by Timotea Bicker de Luoero against tbe A. T. & S. F. railroad for tbe accidental killing of ber busbaod. Tbe term of court will not open in Mora until June 22nd, on account of tbo extra amount of work to be done in Ban Miguel county, before tbe court oflicers can get away from here. R. McDonaugh bas been assigned by tbe court to defend Taylor Anderson, colored, who is to answer to tbe charge of murder ing tbe Mexican woman, Mares, in old town, some months ago. The Merchants national . bank, of Clin ton, Iowa, and Helen J. tfage, bave brought suit for the foreclosure of a mort gage on 847 acres of real estate belong ng to tbe Balado cattle company. The amount involved is $10,000. Incite United States district court, yes terday, at Santa Fe, Judge Laughlln pre siding, Charles Lyon, late postmaster at Cerrillos, pleaded guilty to two of tbs in dictments against biii for tbe embezzle ment of government funds, as such post master, and be was sentencsd tj serve two years in tbe Now Mexico penitentiary, bo ginning on June 1. Executions were also Issued against bim and bis bondsmen for (911. 60, tbe amount of bis shortage and tbe costs of prosecution, 'ihe third Indictment was dismissed. Preparations are going on up at Trin idad for the execution of Albert Noble William Holt and Dominlco Romero, June 21st. Tbe condemned men were convicted in December of tbe murder of Policeman John Solomon, of Trinidad, in November Tbe trio bad planned the raid of tbe Horseshoe gambling bouse, and tbe officer was shot down in cold blood when be ap peared on tbe scene to prevent tbe rob bery. They are also the pals of Pedro Baca, whom Billy Green and bis brother Eli captured near Raton, and who recently escaped from the penitentiary at Canon City, Colo., and was retaken at El Paso. The Public Library. Tbe publio library of Las Vegas for tbe past two years, has occupied rooms in tbe city hall. It is under the managoment of tbe Women's Christian TemperanceUnion, of this city, and is open every Saturday afternoon from 2 o'clock till 5. Tbe books of tbe library may be taken by any res ponsible person and kept two weeks, at tbe end of which time tbey must be returned or renewed for two weeks longer, other wise a fine of ten cents a week is imposed for each book retained beyond tbo pre scribed limit. A year ago, between seventy and eighty new books were purchased for tbe library, end this year about sixty more bave been added. Tbe scores of persons who withdraw books each week, attest its popularity. Many of these persons are In valids, wbo are here without any other source of pleasure or entertainment, and wbo, no doubt, would miss these silent friends. " Tbe library contains many books which are valuable, in a sense, but rarely' con sulted. Tbere are executive documents, senate documents, of years standing, and any one wishing to consult these has tbe privilege of "filching from their musty pages" congressional doings of many ses sions past. , Then, there are bouse reports of two or three decades ago; census re ports and volumes of statistics with their interminable lists of figures, wbiob, from earliest ages, have bad a reputation for not lying. Then there are law books for him who wishes to wade through tbe In trioate windings of legal proceedings. Tbe new American Encyclopedia graces the shelves of this embryo library. In the more obscured recesses are to be found magazines' containing interesting ro mances, entertaining descriptions of travels, and poems by aspiring genius, in tbe closed book-case are novels, by a variety of authors. Tbs matchless stories of everyday life by Dickens, fiction by Tbackery, and tbe inimitable plots of Wilkie Collins occupy a prominent place. There is full Bet of tbe Waverly novels, books by Charles Reade, George Eliot. Humphrey Ward, Stowe, Alcott, Stockton, all of Cooper's works, and a host of others by writers of lighter reading. Tbe poets are well represented. Tbere are some histories and a few books for children. Tbere are. In all, about OOpvol umes, which one may read anil enjoy. When 1 go to the library for a book to in terest me, I am sure tbat I will nob be disappointed and I often feel like exclaim ing on the work of tbe old (jreek Cadmus, "Blessings on tbe bead of the man who in vented book"!" . . Band Concert. The Las Vegas military bnnd will give an open-air concert this evening, on the east side. Tbe following is the program: Hen-Hur Chariot Race March ... E. T. Paull Mountain Kchoes Dulby Vandalla Waltz..., Keller Pleasant Preams W 8. hlpi.y New Version George Southwell Pretty Tansies, , ,., ..Going riiilSONAL riSNCJLINaS. Fi-oil. Wardenburg Is In the city to-day. Hev. J. J, Qilcbnrt Is la from Mora, to day, A papilla Abeyta ii on the streets from Mora, to-day. R. L. M. Ross returned from the south, this morning. Cbas, Springer returned to the city on No. 1, last evening. J, 12. Wbitmore's son was la town from Gallium Uprlngst yesterday." L. Van Utdell aud party left via burro trull, for Hematite, yesterday. Judge II. L. Waldo and family arrived hte from Kauaas City, last evening. Mrs. Stephen Cornell, mother of Mrs. R. J. VanPetten, Is visiting here from Chilli eolhe, 111. A. O. Millco, tbe ex diamoudlets clerk at tbe Plaza hotel, Is expected In from Bell ranch soou. , , ' Ira Hunsacker and George Beaty are upectej la from Lake Valley soon, for a ibort visit. ; V . I J. M. McLaughlin, Q. C. Wagner, Den ver, and Mrs. K. MBIeigbt and daughter, Mora, are guents at the Central hotel. Mrs. Sidney Wood, who spent most of the winter In Las Vegas, returned to this city from Chlllloothe, III., last evening. J. K. BUbop, Cheyenne ; G. W. Hoile wood, Pleasant Valley, A, T., and BI. P. Moore, Santa Fe, are at the New Optic hotel. John J. A. Dobbins, West Canon ; T. J. Walton, Mora; J. C. Johns, Baltimore; J R. Bradley, ; Mrs. Henry Goke, Master Cbristobal Goke, N. Fountain and Mrs. S. C. Fountalu, Sapello, are registered at tbe Plaza hotel. R. D. Hutcbeson and brother, arrived here oveiland from Roswell, yesterday, and proceeded on to Denver, this morn ing. They are health-seekers from Ten nessee, and are proud to say that the cli inato of New Mexico restored them to the full enjoyment of their usual health. FINE BULK OLIVES, V as Cents "perQuart. STEARNS, LThe Grocer.: Miss Nellie G. Koogler, daughter of J. fl. Koogler Esq., graduated with honor at the Kansas City,- Mo , high school, Thurs day of last week. Mies Nellie got ber primary instruction at Miss Speakman's mission school oa the west side, . In tbls city, early in tbe '80'a. She is especially proficient in music on the piano and was placed on the program as one of tbe per formers at the commencement exercises. The class numbered 170, tbe largest ever graduated at tbe high school. Feast of Flowers. Flora still reigns as queen In tbls city, and ber reign promises to be'remembered long after the feast bas ceased to be.. Last night being one of tbs loveliest, the ball was crowded. Tbe beautiful flower girls the Misses L. and P. Baca, Ella Bernard, were too charming to be resisted by any of tbe male sex, tbe numerous flowers. sold proved this. -V. The same delightful young ladies pre sided at tbe Ice Cream tables, and Mr. D Mennet added very materially to call attention to tbejact tbat there was' "just one more dish left." Mrs. Hilario Romero, was at the pottery booth, and many unique articles In this line are to be seen. Too much credit cannot be given Mrs. Dr. Her nandez for the way she bas planned and carried the fair so far, and her work will no doubt be longe remembered bythe-churcb for wbicb she is so ably working. Tbe stage In the concert hall bad been decorated with fresb flowers andtbe charm ing young girls wbo occupied tbe same made a pretty scene. Tbe small boy selling pop Corn and candy as well as tbe larger "boys" wbo sold lemonade, did good work. The concert commenced at 8.50. and lasted nearly an hour. Tbe first on tbe program was an Instrumental duet by the Misses Cassiday and Brebm which was well received by the appreciative audience. Following was tlie play given in Spanish which proved tbat tbe several young ladies bad been well drilled. Next was a duet by the Misses Cassiday and Brebm of tbe convent. Juan Clancey proved himself quite an elocutionist, wh'le the closing speech made by Jack Mennet brought down tbe house Tbefoor was then cleared and dancing: was kept up until a late hour. - The latest novelty was introduced In the way of raf fles, and tbat was by a small boy-who was trying to sell ohances on a burro. Tbe young man wbo talked for half an hour to secure a vote for the doll for one of the girl'Bat last succeded. THIS EVENING'S PROGRAM. lMusic by Professor Cave's Juvenile band 111 Il"Ul Ul II1B UUUUIUX. it 8:80 p. m., Overture, "Belle of LincaK'j" ma la" Mandolin !lnh 8-8ong... Selection.. Miss Mary Douglas i-i'iiiveriiii; wmiB --inaua" ijud 5-wnistllng selection.. Cora Pettljoh 6 Columbian Gellopade "TnaMa" Club i Bieignr-oi-nana perrormancd Dy the ju?Kier. Gallop. ."Hour of the Moment" "Thalia" nlnh 9 Dance... Music by Prof. Allre's Orchestra All kinds of refresbmenti. Admission ten cents. A meal of plenty, well cooked and serv ed, at the New Brunswick. 106-tf r Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, CHEAT! mm MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crane Cream of Tartar Powder. Free ! t . . .. I iiviii Mnmonia, Aium or ny oiner adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD, r irst class uootis at Lowest Prices. VI UUIIbtVl Fancy and Staple ...Groceries. Fruits and Vegetable, ; Fish and Oysters. . , . in Season. Telephone 10. TRACK AND TRAIN. Night Yardmaeter Collins, and family, are In return from a visit In tbe east. Burt Sweetzer had cbarge of tbe day yard at Kan Marclal during w. n, Wilton's absouce. ,., ( Tbe sale of the Northern Pacific road has been arranged to take place at West Su perior, Wis., July 25th. Con Maboney, bead blacksmith at San Marclal, bas resigned, and will move his family east In a short time, At tbe present time there uro forty-six engines on the Rio Grande dlviiontwenty six being in tbe freigut servioe. The Southern Fociflj company has de elded to burn oil instead of coal or wood on all its engines south of Fresno., O. L. Male, operator in the general tele graph office of the Atchison, at Topeka, left Monday afternoon,forChlcagoon atwo weeks' vacation. . ;. , J, '.-B. Watson, formerly-licket agent of, tbe Atchison, at Atcbison, will leave the service of tbe road and devote bis time; to bis mining interests in Colorado. W. C. Keller, of the auditor of freight receipts office of the Atchison, bas accept ed o position in the auditlug department of tbe Midland Terminal road at Denver, A settlement bas been reached between President Ripley, of the Atchis jo, and tbe Chicago drainage bsard on the question of the right of way of tbe road through tbe drainage districts of tbat city. By tbe terms of tbe contract, the Atchison Is to change its right of way and build three bridge;, all of which work Is to be paid for by the drainage board, tbe cost being esti mated at about $400,000. Negotiations on tbls question bave extended over a period of three years Under tbe economical management of President Ripley, tbe financial condition of the Atcbiton railroad is rapidly improv ing. A comparative statement of the earn ings of tbe road for the month of April, and also for the ten months ending April 30, bas been made pub'.lc. It showj that for the ten months of tbe fiscal year tbe gross earnings of tbe system increased 537,123, and tbe net earnings $363,844. Operating expenses during tbe samo peri od were $174,878 in excess of those of Inst year. For April tbe Bbowing Is good, op erating expenses having been decreased $301,003, while net earnings increased $174,488. On next Sunday tbe Atcbison will in augurate a fast express train between Chicago and Kansas City, which, will cover the distance between tbe two cities in thirteen hours, two hours faster than any train operated on the road The train will be put on at the request of tbe Wells-Fargn Express company, and will bo paid for handsomely by that com pany. It will be solely for the purpose of carrying the express from tbe east, wbicb arrives In Chicago over (be Erie road, into Kansas City, eighteen hours ahead of the present schedule, and causing a difference of that much time in lis distribution through Kantas, Colorado, New Mexico and Texas. Tbe putting on of the new train will increase tbe heavy traffic of No, 1 by adding additional express, instead of relieving it. It has not yet been decided whether or not the express train will carry passengers. If tbere Is any de mand, one or two passenger coaches will probably te made a part of its equipment ' New Ice Cream Parlor. Beginning with next Sunday, we will run a first-class ice cream parlor in tbe rear room of tbe Headquarters restaurant. Everything will be gotten up in first-clasa order and tbe patronage of tbe public Is respectfully solicited.- . - 179-tf Clark & Forsytiie, Props. Storage room for stoves can be obtained for the summer at F. J. Gehring's tinning and plumbing establishment on Sixth Street. 181-Ot Native bran at tbe Las Vegas Roller 160-U mills, at 80c. pef 100. ' , - Valuable Testimonials. A number of people about town are will ing to acknonl dge tbe merit of Macbeth mineral water lor dyspepsia and all stomach disorders. Amona; these are L. J. Marcus and Max Brooks, of Rosenthal Bros.' store, whi have both found this water a valuable remedy for annoying disorders ot tne scomacn. litl-tl Rates to City ot Mexico. LasVkoas. N. M., March 9tb. 1896. Round trip rates to City of Mexico, from lias veea, fttw.iu. uoing limit, sixty days, with Soal return limit, of six months from date 01 sale. , RATES TO PHOKNIX, - Tourist rates to Phoenix, Ariz., and re turn from La Vegas, $48.60 Limits, fifteen days, in each direction with final limit of six months. tf C. F. JONKs, Agent, Go to CRITES:' Seconfl Hanfl Store, FOR- ' 7 Bargains in Furniture. And Household Goods of all kinds Next door to P. O.," East Las Vegas. ' F. J. C1K, Now located on Sixth street,. two doors . nor.ih of the Postoffice, , t i . TmsaiuPlili A Specialty. The Finest Lice of Stoves and Steel Ranges In the City. it..., ucnuuif iiuartuus, nrHTj apparatus, heavy sheet Iron work, eto., contracted for at the bottcm P"P - " "sore cp yon, worki GIF Ik Spfier loot ii SMe k MAOONIC TEMPLE. The Largest and Best Assorted Stock of . t T Jf.. -r. i' mi '- - IF., . i. In. ' IT :' ' -' Call HAY. GRAIN. SEEDS. New Mexico Seed Holise. 1 GENERAL COMMIOOION BUOMEOO. Successor to HARTMAN & WEIL. the IT ITET rVQ THE PLAZA. ILr tLLU O, PLAZA. Let us ask your particular notice to a handsome lot of LAMPS, newly opened, embracing library lamps, from fl 24 to $5.75, tanquet lamps from n. 50 to (6.03. and hanging; lamps from 2.75 np. Wealno exhibit the new "Helena" pat' tern of Uaviland White Chin,, and many fancy pieces, especially for deoorating. A very noticeable bargain, now first offered by us, is a 100-plece set of real Leonard (Vienna) White China, for only $20.00 , ., In medium priced ware, tbere Is nothing more satisfactory tban the Royal English Vitrious China, of wbicb we now offjr a full assortment. Ice Cream Freeeers are now so cheap every family can afford one. We have all sizes ot the beat make.;- Cash Novelty Cotton Challies; " "V ! Reduced Price, J5C yd Defender Batist. '- Reduced Price, Qc yd. 36-in. Percales, fast colors, t( , '. ; Reduced Price, 7c J'. Fancy Lawns, fast colors, Reduced to Jc yd. Figured Dimity, . V Reduced to f 0c yd. Agents for Standard Paper ILFELD HEW LEVY & '- ...... .-.- Sixth Street, Opposite Postoffice. SHELF HARDWARE. i. Great Western Stoves Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Lamps and Lamp Trimmings, Granite Ware, Tin Ware, T 7" V Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, ' i Garden Hose, . Lawn Sprinklers, Wire Netting, Lawn Mowers. ; A GENERAL LINE OF THE ABOVE ARE KEPT WABWER. Hardware Dealers, Temple -Building, East Las Vegas, Nj-M; Agents for the Kansas City Lightning Hay Press, and Hallack's Prepared faints. , JOHN R STILL, Contractor and Builder. Office next door west of Building. Thi OjTIO, Las Vegas Roller Mill J. It. SMITH, Frop'r. Location: On the hot springs branoh rail way, fiast baa Vegas, new Mexico. BRAN, FLOUR, GRAIN AND FEED. , Tour Patronage Solicited- S. PATTY Handles the Qnly Range IN THE MARKET. PlumMnu Tinning. tee Stores BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS In the City. New Designs - Attractive Prices 7 Up-to-Date Styles . and See Our Ladies' 20th Century Shoes G. B. WOODS. In this blooming month of June, our milllinery department presents a fretb array of beautiful things in flowers, rib bons and shapes, and tbe bats bought Friday and Saturday wilt be trimmed FREE OF CHARGE. If you have not seen our black, sun um brella for $1.60 you bave not seen the best bargain in town. We bave all manner of snn-shades and parasols, from 25 oentl to $6.00 , . ...... ,. ,v .. .. ::. t- Carpets and mattings are still moving lively, and we bave some now attractions to show in these. New furnitjre, too, is arriving. Always visit the great show room, up-stairs, to see what is latest and best. The ''Big Bargain Counter" ie offering some surprises again, and is a standing attraction to tbe economical shopper. The Plaza. Dry Goods Store. OUR VALUES STAND UNPARALLELED. Ladies' Shirt Waistij White Collars, Reduced to 75C L adies' Scarfs, for shirt, waists, . , ' Reduced to. 5C Ladies' Leather Belts, latest styles,. Reduced to 25C White Linen Chemisettes, Reduced to ffjC White Silk Parasols, v Reduced toQI, 25 Patterns, from 5 cts. and up. BRO.. f .& - - MYERSK J.THDRNHILL, : Florist and Lanflscaps Garflener. Cut Flower always on fiand. i New Line . Ladies' and Children's Oxfords, f in Russet or Black. 4 ROSENTHAL Is the place to trade. FOLLOW A Few Underwear Itcimcrbf Special Interest: 3 9c Fr Ladies' Balbriggan Combination Suits. 59c Fr Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Union Suits. 1 2c For 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. BISS; fMG!U7ElL & Gl. if ' , ' Wholesale Grocers Wool East Las Vegas and Altmqnerque, New Mexico. GROSS, BIACKWELL & KELLY WOOL,- loo, "103 and 104 St. Louis, Mo. O. L. HOUGHTON, -DEALER EN V OF ALL KINDS. A large siook of Stoves and Flows now on hand, which will be sold a littla above cost. - These goods are all warranted to be of the very best make in the United States, and to give perfect satisfaction. At the Old Stand on Center Street EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M. AGUA PTJRA COMPANY 7. WHOLESALE DEALMl IN PURE? MOUNTAIN ICE Labs' am Storap in Las Vena- M Springs Canon. .nria.sLL Capacity 50000 Tono 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, Successors to T. B. MILLS, Established in 1ST8. Real Estate, Mining: Insurance Agts. Represent the Royal Exchange Assurance Company, ..., , , of London, England ; Assets ' $23,000,000. ' County and school bonds bought and sold. - Best facilities for placing such secnrl. ties. Large list of ranch and improved property, and over 8.000,000 acres of timber lands in the south and southwest, at prices bich challenge competitors. " Office oa' Bridge St., Las Vegas. N. M WM. MALBOEUF Is 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, Press Goods. THE BEST PLAGE IN THE CITY TO BUY YOUR GROCERIES. , A. A. SENECAL, Manager. MERCHANTS' LUNCH Is now Served at the Noon Hour, at the " Ilcadqua rtors DINKER 8erved in the evening from 5 until 7 V. fc'' o'clock, at which, time all the "delicacies ; of the season can be.had. Your patronage solicited. . 0 LARK '& f FO RSYTH E, Prop'rs. WILLIAM, BAASCH. who tc wtllinc to stand or fall on his ' . meritsasa baker, bas oonatantly ' - on sals at the . -, LAS VEGAS BAKERY 'f Opposite Postoffice, WsatSlds. ' rHJEBH BBC AD, OAKBS AMD FIBS X Bpeoiai orders filled on short notine. AFTER ALL AND" North Second St.,' LOT OF GOODS, give Short Order Lunch Counter, ! ' THE LAS VEGAS Street Railway, JOHN SHANK, Manager. Cars every fifteen minutes, from 8. to 8 p. m. ( ., 300 tickets for $8.00 100 tickets for $3.50 2 tickets for $1.00 a. m . 5- Carriage - . Parasols in Great Variety, . Just Received. ! BROS. jV