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-The People's Paper, ;ii Finest Climate U lie Worli 4- lei Menco Bustle TO BB SENTENCED. TO-MOKROW. Thm Murderers Now In Fate at 10 a. m i Jail to Hsar Thilr To-morrow. . T m DPIRi HOUSI, Friday, Evn'g, June 12. sun hi inm y Under t ie Auspices of Prof. J. A. .Vand, Jr., and Orchestra. i, Overture "IMquo Ds,me". i. Wi ....Sunpe ...Strauss ...Tokanl k'altx-WlenerBlut. x. In I'omimiiom- 4. Beethoven Male ijuurtec 8. Xylophone Kulo IlerrCarl Groeshner , t). Mrs. U. (-'. itanktu Ulunn Iliittf. . Misses Margaret andKttaHead a liAthnvAii Mrrlna Ourtrtet H. overture "Hag-gar 8tudent"..Mllloeker JU. IM Mela fiOClm ...Averiu FRIDAY EVENING, JUNK 17, 1886 METROPOLIS MISCELLANY. T. Blehl, leading undertaker, 63t( Attend tba Rand concert, to-tight at the Tamma bera house, J n All kindof flabing tackle at Wagner & ""jfrrrHTEast La. Vegas. 191-2t Rniriilur monthlv meeting of the Bra department this evening. The public library will be open, to-mor row afternoon, from 2 to 0. Mr.. J. J. Schmidt, of Albuquerque, la quite aick at the Plaza hotel. dining. H. A. Harvey Is adding a new room to his bouse out at the ranch. Ice cream freezers in abundanoe, Wagner & Myers, Masonic temple. 191-2t, at The citv is putting the training track of tbe fire laddies in apple-pie order to-day, Tbe largest and best assarted stock of men's shoes to bo bad a Bporleder's.-172-tf Lest evening was pleasantly spent at cards ..and dancing, at tbe Montezuma club. Have you purchased your ticket for tbe Military band concert and ball? If not, why not? Mrs. H. 8. Mumford was taken quite seriously ill, last night, but is resting bet ' ter to-day. There are now three men in the county jail, In this olty, who have had the verdict of guilty of murder In the Orst degree passed upon them, and are waiting the summons to appear before tbe court and bava tbe sentence of death passed upon tbem. Unless a new tilal Is granted Ibem, wlilch'is not probable, that summons will come to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock. The names of the men are Jose Padilla, of Cbapelle; Jose Chavez y Chavez, Las Vegas, anlBolpio Agulllar, of ttapello. I'be first of these, Jose Padtlla, would be taken for anything but a red-handed mur derer. Be Is about sixty years of age, has a good face and well kept hair, which is cut a la John A. Logan. Be is a miller, and to the reporter, be resembled the fine old honest miller of which there Is a tra dition. Padilla sbowa signs of consider able hope In a new trial Of in an appeal, wbioh will be taken should be not be granted a new trial. Jose Chaves y Chavez case is probably watched with greater Interest than tbe other two, from tbe fact that be was an old town policeman at the time when the orime of which he has been found ynllly was committed, and that he was a leading member in tbe Vicente Bilva gang. He heard tbe' verdlot of guilty read without the least sign of emotion and has since maintained tbe same stolid manner, to which there can be detected no sign either of hope or despair. ' There Is always eaduesa when hope has fled, and the most touching case is that of 8ciplo Agulllar, though tbe crime for which he was convicted is one of the most terrible which has darkened tbe records of tbe county. Agulllar has given up all hope of saving himself from the gallows and now spends most of bis time in mak log his peace with his Ood, and reading His plan of redemption in His Holy Word. Agulllar has requested his father to go to no more expense and save his own money for bis use In old age, and that be will abide by tbe decision of the court. His. father is said to be au honored and 1 spected citizen of tbe community in which be resides. No doubt quite a' number- cf citizens will be present in court when the sentence is passed upon these three men to-morrow.- OFP FOR BUFFALO. A. C. Abeytia has recovered from his recent illness, sufficiently to appear at bis place of business. . It Is a mahogany frame Albrecht piano, that will be given away at the Hand con cert, by R. Volluier, to-night. ' Browne & Manzanarea company shipped a car load of groceries to Kowe, Bocorro and other southern points, to-day. Elauterlo Armijo, of Union county, w arrested by (Sheriff Romero under a w rant of the court, for indictment passed that county. Lura Hall, the well-known traveling man, who his been down with tbe grip, in Albuquerque, Is reported up for the first time, to-day. M. B. Callahan, formerly manager tbe Depot hotel here, Is now general mana ger ef tbe new eating department at tbe St. Louis Union depot.' Two bird cages and tbe occupants of Ibe same were taken from in front, of the Model restaurant last evening, whether in sport or maliciously is not known. H. E. Finney, the piano tuner, who does his work promptly and well, as hundreds of our citizens can testify to, is in the city on bis sixteenth annual trip down this way. Tbe Fetterman frame building, Immedi ately adjoining Thb Optic ofiice, will be re-fitted throughout for N. B. Btoneroad, wno will occupy It with bis Sixth street livery stable. s Hon. T. B. Catron will be in St. Louis as a national committeeman to tbe republl can . convention. His family will spend tbe summer at the former home of Mrs. Catron In Minnesota. Borne of tbe finest turquoise ever mined anvwhere. was broucht tn tha nltv m). day, by a Mexican, who claimed to have a rich mine of "it known only to himself, Julius Abramowsky purchased the lot brought In The matter of placing an ice cream stand in the Plaza park has been fully decided. The citizens in a meeting agreed to tbe proposition and the oounty com mis doners who were present seemed to favor tha Idea, but yesterday when the time came for signing the contract, the commis sioners refused to do so until a petition is circulated among tbe citizens of tbe old (own ana sumcient signatures obtained to the same. However all differences were decided this morning and the stand will be erected. . News was brought to town, this after noon, by Charles Liebscbner, who has bad practical miners at work on bis place, just west 01 town, lor weeks, that they bad struck that which will yet perhaps prove to De tbe richest find of any in tbe neigh borhood, Following iron croppings, ai ism-iugi veiu 01 soua nematite iron was found, and which was followed for a dis tance of fifty feet without a break. Then carbonates were reached, almost pure in lead. Tbe vein is wbat is known as a true contact vein, having lime and granite wails. Between the iron and lime wall, talo is found, and between tbe iron and granite wall, fifty feet of porphyry. Council Proceedings. 1 ne city council met iu adjourned ses sion, last evening, all members except Councilman Barber being present. An ordinance to protect the streets and alleys from being unlawfully fenced and to prevent the uulawful maintenance of fences across streets and alleys and ether purposes connected therewith, was passed, It appearing in another column. , ' The street commissioner was Instructed to make an estimate of lumber needed for covering conduits, and get prices from lnmharman - t . , ' 1. . 1, a oauie a I to. next meeting of tbe council. As the mayor will be absent from tbe city, next week, during tbe sitting of tbe Territorial democratic convention, tbe cnairman ot tns board, B. F, Forsjtbe, Mayor F. K. Olney and Charles H. Spor- leder left, on this morning's train, to at tend tbe national session, of tbe grand lodge of tbe Ancient Order of United Workmen, tbe former as a representative of the city of East Las Vegas, and the lat ter representing Diamond Lodge, A. O. U. W., of this city. Tbe seseioi ot the grand lodge will be held at Buffalo, New York, commencing June 16:h, and tbe im portance of tbe matterjn charge of these two representative could not well be greater. Tbey bear a memorial to tbe grand lodge, outlining the plan of the pro posed national sanitarium of the A. O. U. W., which will be established in this city, without doubt, but tbe magnitude of the enterprise will depend npon the assistance and moral backing received from the grand lodge. The proposed sanitarium already has the approval ot tbe officers of tbe grand lodge, and with the able representatives from here, working in conjunction with D. W. D. Gentry, who will bo on the ground, and who has been constantly laboring In the Interest of the project for over a year, but little doubt can be entertained, but that tbe proposition will receive a most liberal support from the grand lodge, and tbe national A. O. U. W. sanitarium for co sumptivas will be an accomplished reality Dr. Olney and Mr. Sporleder will prob ably enjoy a trip to Niagara Falls, before returning. , I'ICUHONAIj l'KNClMNaS. ,, . Win, Frank Is in ' from Los Alamos, to day, Pablo Vigil ot Bnpello, was in town to- W. P. Doyle oame down from Watrous, last nveulng. Tbe two Mlsxes Culley have returned to Wagon Mound. I), C. Douel drove In from the La Cueva ration, this morning. - - A. M. Blac'kwell ahd family arrived from St. Louis, last evening,' ? Mayor D. L. Taylor Is down from his Trinidad home to-day. J. H. Moutoya, tbe sheepman, Is in tba city from Sapello, to-day. Harry Kelly, returned from Wagon Mound, on No. 1, last evening. Bilva Ileimauu, of Cincinnati, a friend of I. K. LewiK, ii in the city, to-day. N. B. Roeoberry, who is In 111 health, has been Indulging hliqielf in an outing. Amsdo Romero's family are expected to arrive from Santa Fe tn tbe morning. Doratro Vigil of La Concepclon, was tn to-day with business before tbe county board. Mrs Dolman, daughter, and Miss Will, have gone to tbe mountains for a brief sojourn. Miss Ne'lle Snyder and Miss Padie Wil liamson will leave for a visit In tba east, next Monday, . Mrs. H. Barecke and little daughter, Gertie, went up to Watrous,' this morning! on a few weeks' visit. F. L. Miller, Kansas City; H. E. Finney Chicago ; John Carey, Chicago, and W. P. Doyle, Watrous, are guests of the New Optic Miss Ellen Howes and her mother, after several months most delightfully spent at Harvey's ranch, leave, In tbe morning, for their home in tbe east. .. w..,r Misses Etta and. Margaret Head came down from Watrous, last evening, and will take part in the concert, at theTamme opera bouse, this evening. . ' H. A. Harvey and wife and Mrs. and Miss Howes and Misses Nellie Snyder and Sadie Williamson, all came down from tbe Harvey ranch, this morning. ,.v Col; M. S. Hart, coal oil inspeotor, came In from tbe south, this morning presuma bly to be in attendance at tbe meeting of the "great unwashed," next Tuesday. Miss May Henry will leave, in the' morn Ing, for St. Louis, and after a few days visit there, will go to New York, from which rjlaca she will sail for' Europe, on June 27tb. - Mrs. A. N. Sauford, Dsnver; Misses Mar garet and Etta Head, Watrous; D. L. Tay- tor, Trinidad; Brother Botulpb, Santa Fe and Geo. C. Bimmons, Denver, are Tegis tered at tbe Plaza hotel. . .... -vy E. Beard, Denver; J. A. Battle arid Wo, McNally, Chicago; O. J. Smith and wife, Mexico; Bilva Heituaon, Cincinnati; Geo, C. Simmons, Denver ; W. A. Watson, To peka, are registered at the Depot hotel, Colorado Strawberries, Finest iii the land, Only 15c a box. Dressed Poultry, . Live Spring Chickens. Cherries, Blackberries, Red and Black Raspberries Tomatoes. All Kinds of Fresh Vegetables. GRAAF & BOWLES. TRACK AND THAIN. 1 Cliff Roberts has taken a-fifteen days' lay off and will spend tbe time1 In Denver. ' , The wife and family' of Engineer Kirk returned from Kansas City, last evening. J. A. King baa been appointed agent for tba Atchison at Climax, Kau., vice F. N. Carrlthers, , . J. A. Battle and Wm. MoNally arrived in the city, last evening, to take tha boy's measures for uniforms at Work Bros.' : Tbe new Atchison ' fait express. , train ( which was Inaugurated ..Wednesday, made a trial trip Tuesday from Chicago to Kansas City. The train left Chicago at 1 :15 a. m , and reached .Kansas. City at 2:10 p. m., making the ran In twelve hours and fifty-five minutes, or five minutes ahead of tbe schedule time. Tha new ex press will be the fastest train run 'between Chicago and Kansas City. ' Even at this early date, rumors are cur rent concerning "the men whom it Is thought probable D. B. Robinson will associate with himself in tba management of tbe 'Friscj road. For the position ot second vice president and general mana ger, B. F. Yoakum, now general manager ot the Golf, Colorado & Santa Fe road, is talked ot from a strong' Standpoint of recognized ability and personal friendship. Mr. Robinson and Mr. Yoskum.ars very warm friends", and the position of general mabsger. of the 'Frisco: would be an ad vancement for Mr. Yoakum. It Is possible, however, that Geoeral Manager Morrill will be continued in that position by Presi dent Robinson. It Is probable that with Mr. Robinson as president of the 'Frisco, the relationship now existing between that road an 1 tbe Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fa will be ehanged. The two roads oonnect at Paris, Texas, and It is known that Mr. Robinson is friendly to Galveston in terests. 'iliii Sir loot and It Ik, MAQQNIC TEMPLE. The Largest and Best Assorted Stock of BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS V- In the City. New Designs Attractive Prices Up-to-Date Styles Call and See Our Ladies' 20th Century Shoes GROSS, o UGG. HAY. GRAIN. SEEDS. New Mexico Seed House. GENERAL COMMISSION BUS1NEOO. G. B. WOODS. Successor to HARTMAN &.WEIL. LAC1U7EL Wholesale Grocers ,N D" Wool Dealers, East Lns Tcgas and Albnqnerque, New Mexico GEOSS, BLACK WELL & KELLY- WOOL, ioo, 103 and 104 North Second St.; St. L-cvuis, Mo. Cool Goods For Hot Days. ILFELD'S, The Plaza. Coming to Las Vegas. The Episcopal church was crowded its utmost capacity last Sunday evening, to hear Rev. Geo. Selby's farewell address His farewell to bis scholars was very touching and brought tears to many eyes Rev. Belby and wife will leave for Las Vegas some time the latter part of this week. Silver City Eagle. Rev. Selby will be the next regular inin ister in charge of the St. Paul Episcopal church in this cily. A large audience should greet him next Sunday mornin and evening at that place of worship, Tne Adventists at Work. A large audience was present at the tent on Grand avenue, last erening, and the in terest seemed to be great. The elder took for bis text, last night, Rev. 14:9: "If any man worship tbe beast, and his image, and receive his mark, the same shall drink of tbe wine of the wrath of God." Home say the book of Revelation a sealed and can not be understood, but In the first chapter and third Verse It says, Blessed is he that readeth, and tbey that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein; for the time is at band.!' There are three special points in the text. First, "the beast;" second, "his Image;" third, "his mark." When will this message be given? Verse 14 says: "And I looked, and behold white cloud, and upon the eloud sat like - unto the son of man. having on his head a golden crown and in his band a sharp sickle." Showing that the coming of the Lord follows in close proximity tbe message given in v. 0, ne snowea mac me message was . ap plicable at this time by proving that the Lord is soon coming, though we know not the time. And as the signs are fast fulfill ing that which the Saviour said would come to pass before he came, and as this message precedes the coming of the Lord it therefore follows that now is the time preach this message. Noah preached tbe message of tbe flood at its appointed time. And in Luke 17:26 it says: "And as it was In tbe days of Noah so shall it be lso in tbe days of the Son of man." So this message-must -be preached, and if men bold their peace, "lbe stones would Im mediately cry out." Luke 19:14. From tbe context it is seen that this messaee will be world wide'. In Rev. 13, this most wonderful line of prophecy is introduced, the close ofwhlch ushers in the Lord's re turn to this world to receive his own. The first symbol In the prophecy Is a great red dragon. It was clearly shown that this symbol represented the Roman king dom that held tbe reins of tbe empire dur n; the time of our Saviour's life on earth. The second power In this chain of oro- phecy ii presented In the 13th chapter of Rev. under tbe symbol of a leopard beast which power was fully identified with tbe Little born" power of Dan. 7, which all protestant commentators of any note ap ply to tbe papacy. That union of church and state that ruled the world during tbe dark ages. And tbe word of God savs. V. 8, that "All that dwell upon the esrtb shall worship Him, whose names are not written in tbe book of life." This Ib e beast power against which the mes sage warns. And tbe Lord says In the fol lowing verse: "If any man have an ear let him hear." What in Hia imaatt will be the theme for to-night Poll Tax Notice. Those liable to poll tax in the city of East Las Vegas, and knowing themselves delinquent for 1893, are hereby notified that the matter has been placed; before Judge H. S. Wooster'g court, and suit will be brought it the same is not paid on or before June 18th. Settlement can now be made at the Justice's office or with the un' dersigned. Teos. F. Clay, Marshal - - Las Vegas Boys.' Tbe Colorado Advocate speaks as follows ot the Ross boys, both of whom were raised in this city and who are highly re spected by all who know them: George Ross, brother to Albert Ross. pnpn in our nign scnooi or tnis city, was one ot tbe few that graduated at tbe com inducement exercises at Las Vegas, New Mexico, May the 2Qtb. Mr. Ross took- as his subject "Arbitration vs. War," and from the report of bis address that ap peared in tbe Las Vegas papers, we find that he made a great impression and analyzed the subject to perfection. If George has any of tbe vim of his brother Amen, oe win mane nis marc in the world. We pi-edict a great future for both of the bovs; they have the best wishes of The Advocate. Tbe Lyons house is now run In first class order, and is the best boarding house in town for the price asked, 15fltf. -. ' To Whom It May Concern. Notice is hereby given that all creditors must present any and all claims tbey may bold against tbe late Arthur Tecbann on or before the 21st lost, in order td have the same receive the proper attention.' ' - - Respectfully, ' 180-101 0'' Kmil T80HA5S. ' The New Brunswick appetizing meal. restaurant tot an . ... 106- tf Rooms for light housekeeping at tbe Wooster bouse. Also lodging roonii.l89-t The Swedish Movement ' ' And Electric Massage, the treatments given by me, strongly aid. tbe minsral waters by directing their effect upon those parts of the body where cure is desired.'., I confine my work to these special treatments; also, corns, bunions and ingrown toe nails treated. F. H. Newox, 185 ml Las. Vegas Hot Springs Bath House ' El Porvenlr Notes.' J. B. Saur spent Tuesday at this place. Trinidad Romero, from Wagon Mound, spent a few days here, this week. N. B. Rosel erry and Mark Delterick are climbing Hermit's Peak, ti-day. Jos. Craig, ot Victoria, 111.', is here and has engaged rooms for one month. Mrs. Barah Winter Kellogg and daugh ter, M. C. Hankin, ond children, are here for a month's stay.. The ball, Saturday night, Is already an assured success, ten rooms have been en gaged and the people of Las Ve as are 4o be given a royal reffepti6"5. """ PINE . BULK OLIVES, 25 Cents per Quart. 9 l-2c. Fancy Duck and Pique' Suit ings which were cheap at 153. 20 yards $1 00. Beautiful Ameri an Lawns, Never so cheap before. 10c a yard, this week tor our cable-cord grass-cloths, pretty and durable. 7-1-3, l-2tl l-2o. French, wire cord, dimities, each quality a bargain. lOo to 25c a yatd. Our fu'l line of the prettiest French and American organMes. m 19c yard (3 days rnly) for tbe exquisite silk-stripe Ztpbvrs, as handsome as silk Itself. - Lovely Coloring in English crepons and dotted swiss a cream, mlvgreen, pink cardinal .heliotrope, I ram, blue, and . a wonderful variety in white. All the Rage in the east are tbe fancy "self color" grass linens in conbinations to match we show a large line of the choicest. All there Arn left of our swivel silks Five styles w ill go this week at S7o. Watftt Patterns of novelty silks" at very low p ices, an 1 the most "elegant styles ever shown in New Mexico. Vnenun'led Silk waists at unmatched prices K.85 to 5.00. Thi.-i is the golden oportunitv to buy flue garments cheap. THE PLAZA. ILFELD'S, PLAZA. Cash Novelty Dry Goods Store O. L. HOUGHTON, -DEALER IN Hardware Stoves AEcnWein is E I-PRI Silk Stripe Challie, light shades, down to 20c 26-inch Silk Pongee, down to 28c yd Figured Dimity, down to 10c yd. New lot Shirt Waists, down to 60c Shirt Waist, with white Collar, and solid colors, was $1.15, down to yd. 75, Agents for Standard Paper Pattern from 5 cts. and up. STEARNS, j The Grocer. Douglas Ave. Butcher Shop. Fresh Butterine. cheaDer and better than Creamery butter. Leaf lard, Sausage and Fresh Meats every day. . HENRY t Sixth Street, Opposite PostofTice. Dealers in A. G. SCHMIDT Hanoi acturer of Gaifia And dealer in les, Hnnvjj.". HdrdWard, . Every kind of waaron material 1 Horseshoeing and repairing a si Every kind of wagon material on hand Grand and Manzanarea Avenues, Vegas. TfiASOUlQ TEMPLE, East Las Vegas, New Mexico. EAST US VEGAS OFFICE aiMoai Association. Denver, Colo. 11 Subscribed Capital, $4,500,000 The oldest and largest Association doing business in tbe Rocky Mountain states and territories, SPECIAL FEATURES. No admission ft-e. Jo serjes. - No bidding for loans. Privilege of maturing any time after sixty months. i Awarded Highest Honors World's' DO; Fair, ice very nest wire screens and doors to e had at Wagner & Myers, Masonia tern- ' 191-2C The V. W. C. T. U. will bold its monthlv e7poedto dX:; h'r:.f: i abu sztt?. Pom. 0u fcebalf of th, city, I BtfltmU" ' "M AlU CHEAT! MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia. Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD, INSTALLMENT STOCK, 80 cents to $100 per share, par month. , . AN absolutely safe investment on a plain, equitable contract. WILL LOAN on Las Vegas Real Estate at lowest rates. ;-. LOOK us np and be satisfied that we" have the best plan for both - borrower and inventor. If you want tbe BEST. Join the COLOMBIA. .,--- ; T. W. HAYWARD, President. O. l. 8CHAEFER, Treasurer. CHAS. T. SPRINGER, Gen'l Agent. for full particulars Inquire at office ot T. W. Hay ward or N. B. Roaeberry. Montezuma Restaurant -Cohtertst., Eaat Las Vegas. '" CHARLES WRIGHT, Pr'op'r, Best Twenty-five Cent Meals in Town.. .... . Tables supplied with everything tbe mar ket auorae. ratronege solicited. go to CRITEO' Second Hanfl Store, J. THORNHILU Floiist anfl Landscape Garflener. Cut Flowers always on hand.s OF ALL KINDS, A large stock of Stoves and Plows now on hand, which will be sold a littla 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 PUR A COMPANY WHOLESALE DEAXlVfl LN PURE MOUNTAIN ICE Laics and Storage in Las Yegas Hot Springs Canoe. : Annual Capacity 50.000 Tons ' Our Ice is pure, firm and clear, and gives entire satisfaction . to our many patrons. Office: 620 Douglas Ave., East Las Vegas, N. M MILLS & KOOGLER, Successors to T. B. MILLS, Established iu 1878. Real Estate, Mining f 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 securi ties. Lares list of ranch and improved property, and over 8 000,000 acres of timber lands in the sou'h and southwest, at prices which challenge competitors.. Oillce on 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 LOT OF GOODS, Purchased at a Great Sacrifice, and will Our Customers the Advantage of this.. . give Special Low Prices on Dress Goods. THE BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO BUY YOUR GROCERIES. A. A. SEN ECAL, Manager. MERCHANTS' LUNCH Is now Served at the Noon Hour, at the Short Order Lunch Counter DINNER Headquarters of the season can be had. served in the evening from 5 until 7 o'clock, fit which time all the delicacies Your patronage solicited. CLARK & FORSYTH E, Prqp'rs. WILLIAM BAASCH, who is willing to stand or fall on his merits ft a Daser, nas constantly onealeatthe LAS VEGAS BAKERY Opposite PostoQca, West Side. TBSBH BBBAD. CAKK8 AND PICS Special orders filled on short notioe. ' THE LAS VEGAS Street Railway, OHN SHANK, Manager. Cars every fifteen minutes, from 8. . ; , to 8 p. m. 800 tickets for $5.00 100 tickets for 3.50 - 35 tickets for SI. 00 a. m. FOR Bargains in Furniture. And Household Goods of all kinds. Next door to V. O., East Las Vegas, ROSENTHAL BROS. Are Now, As Always THE GREAT HEADQUARTERS FOR Dry Goods, House Furnishings, Furniture and Carpets, At Prices lhat Tell the Tale. 39c For 10 yds American Shirting Prints, instead of 6oc. 49 c Fr '0 yds- American Black and White or Silver Grey Prints, Instead of 70c 49c Fr 10 yds Lawrence L. L. Unbleached Muslin, instead of 70c. 68c Fr 10 yds Fruit of the Loom or Lonsdale, Yard-Wide Muslin. 5c a yd. for Amoskeag Check.or Dress Style Ginghams. 9c a yd for 32 inch Tassar Silk, in New Styles. . Sc a yd for 32 inch Corean Duck, Double Warp. 1 2c a yd for 32 inch Imported Scotch Gingham, Worth aoc a yard.