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EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 25, 189G.
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THE POLiriCAL POT
Simmering Merrily Away, with
Reports from North Carolina,'
Denver and Elsewhere.
PEFFER ON TAUBENECK
Secretary Olney has Washing
ton Guessing, as to His
CORBETT IS CHALLENGED
DENVER, Col., June 25 In response
. to a call issued by I. N.Stevens, mem.
ber for tbis state of the national com
rnlltce of tbe silver party, several bun
dred delegates assembled at 11 o'clock
. tbis morning for tbe purpose of select
ing seventy delegates to tbe national
convention to be beld at St. Louis,
. July 22.. Tbe policy of tbe party Is
tbe relegation of all save tbe financial
issue to tbe background. Tbe Colora-
v do delegates will be a unit for Senator
Teller, who bolted the republican na
tional convention, for the presidential
nomination of tbe party.
Dektkr, Colo., June 25 Tbe Na-
tiooal silver party state convention
, met at tbe Broadway theatre this morn
ing. Delegates to the number of 500
were present, who were very enthusi
astic. Tbe convention was called to
order by I. N. Stevens, and ex-Senator
Tabor was chosen as temporary chair
man. After the appointment of a
committee on credentials and one on
resolutions, the meeting adjourned
until afternoon, when delegates to tbe
national convention at St. Louis, on
July 22nd, will be chosen. K solu
tions printed this afternoon declare
for Senator Teller for president, and
, instructs the delegates to subordinate
every interest and all issues to the free
coinage oi stiver.
Southern Otala Flooded.
Marietta, Ohio, June 25 A dis
astrous cloudburst pa8Sd over tbis see
tlon yesterday afterooon, doing -nn'old
damage. Railroad traflio out of tbe
Muskingum valley is entirely sus
pended. : - U
He Challenges Cor belt.' '
San Francisco. Calif . June 25
Thomas Sharkey, who fought Jim Cor
bett to a draw in a four round contest
last evening, in an interview this morn
ing, offered to put up a side bet of $5,
000 to $10,000 to fight Corbett to a fin
ish and meet him whenever or wherever
ha desired. The morning papors states
that Corbett has accepted Sharkey's
Silver In North Carolina.
' lUr.KiOH, N. C. June 25,- The d em-
, oct a tic state convention met bere at
12:30 p. m , and was called to order by
J. H. Pau, chairman of tbe state com
mittee. Nineiy-tive of the ninety-six
counties in the state are represented,
with 700 delegates present. Theodore
F. Klutiz was made temporary chair
man, and tbe convention at 1 :30 took
a recess of an hour. Tbe platform
will be fur free, unlimited and inde
pendent coinage of silver.
' ADestrncfiv Water petit. ' '
t?i3Tnsvii.r.E, VV. Va.. June 25. A
wateispont occurred yesterday after
noon about tweoty-five miles from tbis
city. Dwellings were flooded and rail
road trestles washes away, and great
. damage done to other property.
Sisters viu.k, W. Va., June 25.
Tbe loss to tbis city and vlcini'y by
tbe waterspout will reaoh not to ex
ceed 100,000. No trains can be run
over the Ohio river road for some
days. It is feared that several lijes
- were lost on Middle Island Creek."
-, : Pelfer Criticises Taubeneck.
Washington, P. C, June 25. Sen
ator Peffer, of Kansas, does not expect
Mr. McKin ley's defeat except by a
union of free silver forces. On the
other band, such combination, be be
lieves, will sweep the country. Tbis
is the central tbougbt of Senator
Fetter's utterances upon the political
outlook of to-day with tbe united press
reporter. Incidentally, be sharply
criticised Mr. Taubeneck, tbe secre
tary ( tbe Populist national conven
tion, fpr tbe manifesto issued by him
In S'v. Louis, a few days ago, urging
tbe populists to amalgamate with the
bolting silver republicans."'' ;' '
With Fisherman's Lack. V
IVashikgton, P. C, June 25
President Cleveland returned to Wash
ington this morning from bis Potomac
river fishing trip.
Washington, P. C, June 25 The
lighthouse tender "Violet," with.Pres
4deut CUvelaud,;Secretary Carlisle and
other members of tbe party on board,
reaobed Washington at 9:80 to-day.
The party spent most of tbe time fish
ing In the Chesapeake bay, off the
1 mouth of the James river, not tar
from Fort Monroe. They caught a
lot of salt water fish, which were dis
tributed as presents among tbe cabins'
officers and other friends of tbe presi
.. MaUaaal Circuit Races.
PKORM, UK June 26. The fifteenth
meet of the Illinois division L. A. W.
nd the national circuit races opened
jas. tbis city to-day. Tbe speed contests
will be field en thai famous balf-mile
liaCE at LIKa view, upuu sruii-u iwcu-
tv-four i world's records bv been
Bade. Krarly all tbe fast men la tbe
conn try will participate in tba races,
including tbe crack teams controlled by
tbe extensive bicycle manufacturers
All incoming trains were met, this
morning, by a reception committee,
an Alabnratii Brovram of social en
tertainment and excursions bas been
planned in addition to the daily ranee.
The prize .lint foots up nearly f 5,000.
On y L. A W. members are recognized,
cd to Uiem everything if Ire.
IN SLEEPY OLD PHILADLEPHIA.
A State Senate Investigating Committee Dl
ging np Municipal Rottenneea.
Philadelphia, Pa., June 25 After
a recess of over five months the mves
titrating commitle of tbe state senate
oonvened in tbo city hall this afternoon
for tbe purpose of cjuiiouing its inves
tigations. Tbe attorneys of the com.
mittee have been tusy during the re
cess gathering testimony relative to
paving, street cleaning and electric
light contracts, the rautu.il automatio
scandal and tbe civil Bervioe, water
and gas bureaus; and say that they
have accumulated sufficient evidence
to keep the committee busy for several
months. It is probable that meetings
will be held three days a week through.
out tbe summer, in order that, a report
and recommendations may be made to
tbe next legislature.
. MATTERS op state.
Secretary Olney Return .to Washington Irani
a Mysterious VUlt.
Washington. P. C, . June 25
Secretary Olney returned to Washing
ton, last night, after a mysterious ab
sence of several days. If be bas been
conferring with Senor du Puy de
Lome, the Spanish minister, in Boston,
nobody at the state department will ad
mit it. Tbis morning Olney received
a number of foreign ministers, Thurs
day being , their reception - day. Sir
Julian Pauncefote was one of the call
ers and it is understood that be pre
sented a request from bis government,
that Olney would use bis good offices
to bring about a friendly settlement of
tbe trouble, over the arrest of Har
rison, the British. -surveyor, by the
Catholic Matters of Moment.
feoMK, June 23 It is reported that
ten oardinals will be created at the
consistory which will be convened at
the Vatican late to-day. Contrary to
expectation, Cardinal SatolH, papal
delegate to the United states, will not
receive his hat npon the present oo
iSioo. IV a reason for not making
tbe journey to Rome is said to be tbe
faot that hi does cot desire to lea re
tbe United States until his suooessor
bas been selected by the pope. It
bad been rumored that Mgr. Falconio
would. succeed Jsatolli, but. this rumor
fhas been denied, and it is now thought
that Mgr. Lorenzelli, the present Inter
nuncio at Hague, Holland, will suc
ceed Salolli at Washington.
Oeorgla Democrats for Silver.
Macon, Ga., June 25, Chairman
S. VV. Clay, of the democratic state
committee, called tbe Georgia conveo
Hon to order here to-day. . Besides
sending a delegation to Chicago, in
structed for silver, the convention will
take action upon the question of select
ing a United States senator. This is
in response to tbe expressed desire of
Cocgressman Ctisp wbo, by the way,
will be the choice of the convention
for tbe upper bouse in congress in
accordance with whose wishes dele
gates to to-day's gathering have been
instructed by their constituents upon
this point, ,. .. .' ' " ' , .
1 Henry M. Stanley III. '
London, England, June 25. Henry
M. Stanley, M. P., the African ex
plorer, is ill in London with iorlimraa
tion of the stomach. He bas been un
able to take food for several days and
his condition is very serious.
' Back from St. Louis.
Bon. M. A. Otero, a prominent repub
lican politician of San Miguel coauty,
came In from the north, this morning, and
registered at 8turges' European.
Mr. Otero attended tbe St. Louis conven
tion and reached Las Vegas, Monday
night, accompanied by Delegate John P.
Clark. He states that Hon. Thomas B.
Catron and Delegate A. L. Morrison were
passengers on their return to Santa Fo,
this morning. Ha also informs tbe
Citizen that Hon. Ptdro Perea, after
getting through his committee duties at
St. Louis, went on to Philadelphia, Pa.,
and will return to Bernalillo in a few
days, accompanied by his son, who was
attending school there. AlbxiquerqM
Some Property Transfers
Joseph C. deSt. Quintin'to Bell Ranch
Land and Irrigation company. Considera
tion, $20(K- Conveys. Interest In Montoya
Oraot. - ' -i'?- - ' ' .
Pablo Garcia and wife t Bell Ranch
Land .'and Irrigation company. Consid
eration, lift. Conveys interest in Moutoya
Jesus Ma. Munlzand others to Bell R jnch
Land and Irrigation company. Consid
eration, 26. ' Conveys interest in MontoyaJ
Juan Romero and
oth;ri to Bell Ilaooh
and Irrigation company. Conveys interest
in Montoya Grant.
Tbe Allen-Leicbam company toLifayette
R. ' Allen, Consideration, $1. Conveys
Examiner and Stock Grower newspapers.
Charles . Leleham to L. A. Allen. Con
sideration, $1. Conveys Interest in print
ing material on Bridge street
Whereas, information has just reached
me that upon the lltb dav of June, A. V.,
lbHfl, Levi Heiizsteln and Merejildo Oalle
gos were murdered in tbe county of Gavi-
alupe, end Territory tf New Mexico by
parties unknown, ana wbo are now fugl
tlves from justice:
Now, therefore, for the purpose of se
curing tbe arrest and conviotion of . said
fugitives, I, W. T. Thirnton, governor of
tbe Territory or new Mexlci, by virtue of
tbe authority in me vested, do hereby offer
a reward ot nve nunarea (touu) dollars
eaeb li-r tbe arrest and delivery to tbe
sheriff of Guadalupe county, of the mur
darert who committed the crime, tbe total
resrard sot to exceed tnesum of one tbous
nod dollars and to be payable out or any
money jn the Territorial treasury appropri
ated lor rewards ior trie ftn nscal year,
npon pooviotion of said criminals.
Dene at the e gutiye office, this, the
IfUn day of Junp. A. I). Mm.
witness my faaoo and tns great Mai Ot
the Territory of New Nextco.
SBALJ W . T. THOBffTOW,
Governor of Nuw Mexico,
By. the Governor t .' . - ... .
Lotuoir Uan? - -,f . - -ttooretary
of tba Territory f K. T.
SPAIN IS SENSIBLE
The Spanish , Senate Rejects
Proposal to Abrogate the
M'KINLEY RESTS 'A LITTLE
Secretary- Herbert Begins the
Armor Plate Investigation
Behind Closed Doors.
LYMAN TfiU MBULL : DEAD
Madrid, Spain, June 25. The sen
ate, last evening, by a vote of 88 - to
44, rejected tbe proposal of Professor
Commas, that tbe protocol of 1877
with the United States be abrogated,
, Lvmaa Trumbull Dead.
Chicago, III., June 25. Ex-United
States Senator Lyman Trumbull, one
of tbe foremost citizens of Chicago"
and an esteemed jurist, died at his
borne, this morning, after ft long ill!
ocas, lie was eighty-three year of
The Armor Plate Investigation.
Washington, P. C , Juno 25. Sec
relary Herbert to-day began an Jnves
tigation into the post of armor plate in
tbe United States. This inquiry is
result of congressional action directing
the secretary to look into the matter,
with a view to submitting a report on
tbe subject; Mr. Fleishman, Judge
McCammon, counsel for tbe Bethle
hem company, and others interested in
armor manufacture were present. The
hearing is being conducted behind
closed doors. '
McKlnUv Qets a Day of Rest.
Canton, Ohio, Juoe 25 Major
McKinley will have a day of com
parative quiet. Hut two visitors are
etpeoted, Judge Upson, formerly of
the supreme court of Ohio, and Cap.
tain Frlebarg, of West Point. These
calls "have no political significance.
Major McKinley hopes to devutd most
of the day to correspondence. His
first telegram, to day, from West Bay
City, Mich., said : "We launch tbe
fine ship 'Lagonda,1 at npon, floating
the McKinley banner, at the masthead,
and at that boor we drink your very
good health." Another telegram an.
nnunced tbe organization of a big
McKinley club at Spokane, Wash. It
also contained liberal assuranoes that
the republicans would carry that state
in November next. :
Ratification Meeting In New York.
New York, N, Y , June 25. Car
negie ball Will be tbe scene to-night of
an immense ratification mass-meeting
in recognition of McKinley's nomina
tion at St. Louis, a week since. The
event takes on a special siguifioance in
view of thetcttbat the action of the
national gathering in selecting McKin
ley was in a measure a- lebuke to the
state maohine. Tbe gathering will be
beld under tbe auspices of the repub
lican club, which is the organized
director of clean an J ' honest . repub
licanism in this city, as opposed to the
methods which have prevailed in the
party for so uiany years past. Among
tbe speakers will be United States Sen
ator Tbunton, of Nebraska; Chaoncey
M. LVpew, Mayor William M. Strong
and General Horace Porter. :
A Higher Market.
Wall Street, N. Y., June 25. The
stock market opened firm and gener
ally to ?a" per cent, higher. Sugar
was an exception and ruled heavy.
The transactions in this specialty were
again on a large siale and prices drop:
ped 1 i per cent, to 1 14 in the first
ten minutes of tudness. . 1
bomb special rates.
On July 4, B and 6, will sell one way
tickets to Chicago at 2.20. Tickets are
imiteii to continuous passage.
One fare for tbe round trip vrllLbe made
from all points in New Mexico, and from
El Paso and Trinidad to those wbo desire
to attend the wool growers meeting in Las
Vegas, July 7th and St b.
Annual meetinz or tne national adula
tion Association, at Buffalo, New York.
From Ls Veins to Buffalo and return
152.65 for the round -trip. Tickets on sale
July d and 4tu. (jonuououa passage
In each (iked 'on, with final limit of July
l'tb. IbI'O. An extension or letnru limit to
September 1st. 1896, can be bad by deposit
ing, tickets before July lOtb, with joint
agent of terminal lines, at riutlalo.
fiortn A me lean Airican Baptist uon-
ven'ion, at Chfcego, Illinois, June 23d, to
80tb, 1SP6; fare and one-third, on ceriifl
cata plan. -
American civil engineers, at nan Fran-
Cisco, .through July. From Lis Vegas
round trip raft .00. Tickets to bo sola June
15 to 24 Lb, go'ng limit June 80. S op overs
allowed io each d'lectioo and final' limit
tor return sixty days from date of sale.
Commencing June 1st, we will sell
round crip tickets to Pueblo, at $15 TO; to
Colorado Bprings, $18.50: to Denver.
$23.15. Tickets limited to one day in each
direction, with final limit for return, No
vember 15th, 1896.
Annual Convention, Interna I 'onal Assn,
ot Fire Eogioeers Bait Lake City, Utah.,
Au;. 10 to l'.tu, "J6, One lowest flrst-cla-s
standevd fare for the round trip, p'.ns $2,
all tickets to be good for continuous pas
sage in each d-'rection. Leaving Salt Lake
on August 15 and 82 on I v.
- National Penp'e's Party (Populist) con
v otion and American silver convention,
at Bt. Lonis, M i., July 22d, '06. Prom Las
Vegas to St. Louis and return, $33.70. Tick
ets on sale July 19th, 20th and 2 1st. '96;
limited to contiooo'is passage in each direc
tion i final limiv July 27th, 98.
National Booampment G. A. R. at
8t Paul, Minn., September 1st to 4th 1886.
From La Vejas t St Paul, Minn, and re
turn. fi7.20. Tickets on sale Anirust 30tb
and 81st 18(6,6nl limit September 15th,18tKi.
All tickets deposited with joint gnt oo or
before September 15th will be extended
to September 80th 1896.
Democratic convention at Chicago, July
Tib, 1896. From Las Vegas to Cbicigo- and
return, $37.70 for round ti ip, ticket to be
so'd July 3rd. 4tb and fitb, 1898, with final
limit July 14th, lttftU. limited to continuous
passage in each direction.
National convention. Young People's
Societies of Christian Endeavor, at Wash
ington, D, C , July 7 13, W): Las Vegas
in Wsbfnton and rtrn. 52 B")) oo sale
July ill, 4tb and fitb, 1IM0. Limited (o oon
tiauous pa its g, in ea.-k direction,' with
final limit of July 18th. 1898. An exten.
slon of return limit, to July Sl.t, 196, will
be granted on tickets that are deposit d
with joint agent at Washington, on or be
fore , O'eioc p. m., July l4h, imm. '
Highest of all in Leavening
- Trie TERRITORIAL POPULISTS,
The Convention to Name Delegates to ft.
v Louis, at Albuquerque,: With Only ""
Four Counties Represented. , ..'
Tbe populists of New Mexico met in con
vention In Albuquerque, yesterday morn-
Ing, the counties of Bernalillo, fan Miguel,
Lincoln arfd Santa Fe having delegates
present.' -' : . ;' '' . '
Chairman M. P. Btamm called the meet
ing to order in the , Medler, building on
South Second street, promptly at 10
o'clock, and read an excellent address on
the political situation, which-' was cbeered,
by. the faithful few present. v.
Vt. Mllligan, of Las Vegaat, -wa Cboleo
temporary chairman, and A. FY" Overman,
of Albuquerque, temporary secretary.
The doctor made a few well chosen r
marks in taking the chair. - ' ..
..Permanent organization was fffeoted,
and resolutione were passed, renewing al
legiance to the principles Of .(he people's
party: declaring for free- Coinage at the
ratio of 16 to 1, and favoring a union of all
parties favorable to silver. - :"t ; f. :' !
The convention unanimously slsdtsd the
following delegates and alternates td at
tend the national populist "cduvectlon at
St. Louis, July 22: M. P. - Stamm and
Thomas F. Keleher, of .Albhooeraue: M:
Milllgan and T. B. Mills; of Las Vegas ;
Peter Meckel! of Santa Fe, and W, A.
Robinson, of Lincoln county;' Alternates;
W. W. McC:ellan and W. A. Skinner, of
Albuquerque;, . Juan Jole Herrera and
M, K. Morri-, of Las Vega; P. B. PlilnJ
ner, ot Santa Fe, and J. W. Coe, of Lincoln
county. v "
C. S. Cameron, of Flora Vista, i
supplying the Aztee market with
strawberries - ' ; - ' '
Col. W. U. Williams and K. H, Mo-
Junkins have each' "purchased . new
mowing machines at Aztec.
J. V. Tully has been appointed
minUlrator of the estatt of F.
Tully, deceased, over at Azteo."
Douglas Ave. Butcher Shop?
Fresh Butterine. cheaner and better thaii
Creamery butter. ' Leaf lardv SaMiaaga annV
r resn meats every day, .
A. C. SCHMIDT
, . ManuJactnrer of
And dealer la
Heavy . Hardvnpu,
Every kind of wmoi material on hand
Horseshoeine: and renalrlnr a sDecialtv
Grand and Mancanarei Avenues, Bast La
THE LATEST STYLES
Are beinjj shown by
Prices are alwavs W low as is consistent
ith tbe work door.. Ladies are Invited to
call and examine.
akine a speoialtv of fine work, is In
charge of Mis Hanlon, (lata of Bullene,
Moore & Bmory, of - Kansas City) an
adept in tbe art of cutting, fitting and do
ing fine work. Tba patronage of tba ladies
solicited, au wort guaranteed, frloes
from $5.00 up. . - " ' :
A. T. ROGERS,
LATK OF BOGEfiS BKOa.1
General Blaccsmltblng, Wagon and
Opposite Browne ft Mansanares Co., .
BAST LAS VEGAS. TJEW MEXICO.
LAS VEGAS, N. M. i
Hos. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west and of
Special attention given to brand
ing irons, and general blacksmith
ing and woodwork. All work
promptly done and satisfaction
guaranteed. ' ,
PHENIX MEAT: MARKET,
J. S, Dillon,' Prop. . .
Dealer in alt kinds ot
'; HAMS AND BACON,
Fish, Game and Poultry in Season.
JOHN B. STILL,
tf . T4 CiTK-,
Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report
I 'll rt. 13 H ijrui
J Walter Dearden," assayer and chemist
rinldad, Colo, t - 187-tf
iSomethlog new tinware warranted not
to rust, durable and economical.
J".-'.-; . ' D. Wintxrkiti, so'e agent, '
'. Hartman Is agent for Wanamaker A
Brown and Mills & Merrill, fine tailor
made clothing. .See samples at Hartman'i
Stored , '. ' ;. , r 60-tf
Wall paper and picture mouldings, all
new. 1398 pitterns, at H..G. Coors' 126tf
The Lyons bouse Is now run lo first class.
order, and is the best boarding bouse In
I town for the price asked, 156tf. -
People wishing to sell or bny Improved
pr bnimproved real estate will do well to
tee O. H. Hutchison & Co. - 285tf
GOOD BIOS AND
Tents and Camping Outfits Furnished Free with
;'r' Team JHire.
; Horses boarrjed by the day or month Will keep on hand all kinds ol
Hay, Grain and Feed. Lowest prices guaranteed. Agents for the
Rusbford and Newton Wagons. - Give us a call.
J:: -i - '.' DOUGLAS AVbNUE, EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M.
SM MIGUE NATIONAL M
" t -
"J" ' " OFFlOBBSt -
;.DB. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President, '. ' , ;
.f, . . ' FBANK SPEINGEB, '"Vice-President.
D. T. BOSKINS. Cashier. .
,7"-' ! : F. B. JANUAKY, Assistant CasUer.
H" IHTBBK8T PAID OH T1MK DEPOSITS I J5
II Ci -
LAS VEGAS V d t.h,,.
SAVINGS BANK. Paid up capital, $30,000,
O-Save your earnings by depositing them In the Lab VaOASBATTiras Bill, where
they will bring you an inoome. ' Every dollar saved, is two dollars made."
" ' Ho deposits received of leas than $1. "
Interest paid on all deposits of $0 and over.
A large and complete line of
Plows and Points ; '
Kept constantly on hand, together with
lQarden Hose, Wire Netting,
fouury anu rente wire,
STOVES AND RANGES
of every description. - :
Your patronage is solicited at the
Old Town Hardware Store,
. L. ROSENTHAL
826 tSb 328 Railroad Avenut.
Ranch Supr3li3Er n Opeolalty.
Goods delivered free to all parts of 018,0117. . Call and examine oar stoox ot
- r fore purchasing, and be bOnvinoed of our low prices. ' ' ;
9. (. Complete line of Cartridges and Ammunition" always on hand. :
WISE, Notary Public , Established
- WISET & HOaSETT,
LQANS AND BEAD ESTATE,
Sixth and Douglas Avea., East Las Vegis, N. M. , v '
Improved and Unimproved Lands' and City Property for sale,
attended to for Non-repldents. . Titles examined, Rents col
ROSEN WALD'S, i
Soutti Side Plaza. t
A Beautiful Line of-
Imported Hand Made Silk Lace Collars,
and Linen Laces.
I ; HOI RIII
. Ward Black, U-llroii Are.,
Mrs Wm. QoIn, Prop.
Tables Served With
EVERYTHING THE SEASON AFFORDS, '
Cooked and Served la tbe Bigbest Order.
Meals, 25o. Board by week, fo,
A trial will convince you of the merits of
, . THE MODEL RESTAURANT.
CONTRACTOR and BDILDSB
Sash and Doors,
. " ' Scroll Sawing,
. r Surfacing and Matching
and Office Corner of Blanohard street and
EAST LAS YKGA
' ' Hbnrt Gokk. Pres -,'
H. W. Kuixt, Vios Pres
1881. 'v . ,
P. C. HOGSETT.
Investments made and
oolleoted and Taxes paid.
T7 CARRIAGE REPOSITORY.
The finest line of Carriages, Bngrgles,
y Landaus, Buireys, FhsBtons and Soad
Carta lo thi Southwest, of the best
y tdvery and Feid Stable.
SBlOPt STREET, HI
First National Bank,
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
JEFFERSON RAYNOLDS, President
JOHN W. ZOLLARS, Vice-President. A. B. SMITH, Cashier.
Accounts Received Subject t(f Check.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
East Las Vegas and Socorro, N. M.
Wool, Hides and Pelts. '
Ranch end Mining Supplies
Pence Wire, Nails,
Picks and Shovels.
BLASTING 8 OlNT POWDER.
Cement, Sheep Dips,
, Steel Hay-Rakes. ,
I ill W
' - (Buoeessoi to Coors Bros.) ' ' . .!
WHOLBSAI.K ASTD EKTAIL DIALSB IK
HABDWABE. LDED3EE, SiSH, DOOBS, Bin, VAB1SEES
Paints, Oil 9 and Glass,
Cerrillos, Hard and Soft CoaL
EAST LAS VEGAS, - NEW MEXICO
TKIiEFBOKH Ho. SO Qoods delivered free in city, C,
BUILDING MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS AND STYLES,
Y SASH, DOORS, SCREEN, ETC. V i.
Sp:C!al Prices to Contract Builders,
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In Lunber Sliinlcs, etc,
Office and 'Mill Corner Seventh and Jackson 8treets, East Lag Vegas.
TELEPHONE 68. - ,
J NO TROUBLE
I To Show Our Goods.
Sulphur. Wool Sacks.
v i-las Texas, New Mexico. i
The only first-class house in ' the
city. Headquarters for stockmen,
In charge of Cuisine. Department. Rates;
36c per meal ; $6 per week. Tables supplied
wltn everything tbe market auords. -
MRS.S. B, DAVIS ;
Booms by the day for BOo to $1.00; by ,
wsmontb, $0 to y ,,
IIAEFNER & ROSSIER,
Soda Bottling Works.
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DTE AM LAUHDRY.
Goods called for
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