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..QUICK.- Art given -To all advtrtlser Who UM PT1G l.sUIVft,, To all adversers A Dt Til DUO Tbe columns of RETURNS The onlumuti of Tn Optic. 9 Tub Optic. VOL XVII. EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE (), 1896. tr DEMOCRATIC DOINGS Two Conferences Being Held Chicago To-Uay of Impor tance to the Party. in BLAND-ALTGELD COMBINE Ylce-President Adlai Stevenson Now Looming Up as PresI denllal Candidate. SENATOR JONES TALKS Chicago, 111., Jane 80. The mem ben of the bl-metallio national demo, cratio aouimlttee, whose deliberations 4 will go far toward determining the platlorm of the national convention to be held next week, are in session at the Sherman house to-day. President Hey worth, of the Chicago exhibition company, announces that everything is in readioesa at the Colt seuin for the national convention roe main piatiorm win oe jocatea in the eastern portion of the central seo tlon.and will be reached by private en trances. On the Sixty-third street side of the building is the grand public re ception ball. Only soft drinks will be offered for sale. Newspaper row has been established in the south-east oor- . nor of the structure, and a loog-dls tance telephone has been placed in the lobby. The main entrance is located at Sixty-third street, and the earriaira ' entrance at Sixty second street aod - ' CI Grace avenue. The acoustic facilities of the immense building have ' been pronounced perfect. Chicago, Ills.. June 80 Behind closed doors and in separate parlors of , the bnerman bouse, were inaugurated . this morning, two conferences, the re suits of which are likely to materially affect the deliberations and the out. come of the national democratic coc. mention, in this city, Jul v 7th. .The bi- metallic democratic national commit tee. is one and Is composed ot a num ber of democratic senators and repub lioans. and committeemen from each aiaie ana .territory, meotner oonier . ence is oom posed of forty-eight district - -delegates and delegates-at-large of Illi nois, together with a number of Iearf- ing'party workers all over the State, Called personally by Governor Altgeld, chairman, lor the purpose of consider . , leg the merits and qualifications of 'v Various gentlemen already in the field for the presidential nomination, and to suggest and carry out methods to off pet any scheme whatever, looking to i compromise, that might b s suggested by the gold standard minority, and to isnIrlA arholhni rr rsf fHttw.id ' otinulrl jay claim to eitner tne temporary or . permanent chairmanship of the con venlion. These two meetings made the Sherman bouse the rallying point, and at an r early hour this morning scores of delegates and hundreds of boomers were already On the ground. ' "I do not think we will do much, to day, besides discussing the general sit uation," said Senator Jones, "and ronsidering plans by which our forces may work unitedly and harmoniously toward the end.1' "We are not going to have any trouble in framing a sil ver plank." (He laid this with a mile). : ' In fact, this will be abont the easiest portion of our labors. There can be neither equivocation nor evasion in an out and out declaration for free and unlimited coinage." - la informal talks and interchanges ot opinion considerable ' prominence was given to the report Which reached bere from the east, this morning, that Vice President Stevenson is loomiDg pp as a presidential candidate, as a . possible choice of eastern democrats, to many of whom- he is known to be very acceptable, and that they might seek coalition with southern delega tions with a view of forcing his nomi nation. Among silver men, however, the suggestion is not reoeived with much faror, although none of the spokesmen of the assembly foroes are willing to couple their names with an expression of opinion in the absence of an authoritative announcement that the f ice-president is aotually in the field. ..Ten o'clock was the hour set for calling to order the bi-metallio demo cratic conference, but owing to the fact that but twenty of the forty-six committeemen were on hand, a recess until noon was ordered, without any business being transacted. Ex-Congressman Bryan, of Nebraska, was om of the callers at the bi metallic headquarters, this morning. He ex plained that he was en rcute to his borne from a visit to southern Illinois, and would return on Sunday with bis silver delegation from Nebraska. He ' bad a brief conference with Senator Jones and Secretary Towle, which is pnderstood to have bad relation to the probable action of the national com mittee in making up of the temporary roll and the preliminary disposition ot contests. Later.Seoretary Towle said : I think our principal business to-day will be to appnint a special committee to wait upon the national committee and ascertain their plans regarding the temporary organization of the conven tion." At 12:20 o'clock, Senator Jones an nounced to the throng that the national committee would go into executive eesaion, and added that all silver dele gates to the national convention were invited to be present. Acceptances to .Ibis invitation were so numerous, that fur those outside these designations J; ad withdrawn, a sufficient numbw re mained to crowd the two communicat ing psrlors. IV hen the committee went Into ses sion, there was an inform! inter cbaDjje of opinions in regard to cr s talizing the silver forces on the money plank. It was agreed, however, that the matter of organization was of the rit importance, nod on motion of Senator Oockrell, It was decided that Chairman S-nntor Harris should ap point a o 'inmittee ot live to wait upon the executive committee of the demo cratic national committee, nndonfer with them relative to all questions and matters affecting the temporary or ganization and proceedings of the na. tionsl convention. The chair appointed as such committee. Senators Jones, Turpie, Daniels, Governor Stone and Governor Altgold. The conference at 2 o'clock was declared adj turned until Wednesday morning. A BLAND ALTCikXD Ot'MWNK. Chicago, Juno SO Consternation was thrown into the Boies camp, this afternoon, by the report of an alllanoe, offensive and defensive, iffected be tween the Bland forces and the Illi nois delegation in the interest of the Missouri congressman, with Governor Altgeld as residuary legatee, in the event of the "silver dollar champion" failing to win out. Fur three quttrcers of an hour, ending at noon, Governors Altgeld and Stone were in conference. The only other person present was Colonel Jones, of St. Louis, presuma bly there as a witness. All three re turned the stereotyped auswer to a United Press reporter, that it had been agreed for the present,' that not one word should he sail concerning the object of the conference or its result. The only construction to be placed upon the conference between the two executives, was that an itllianae of some nature had been agreed upon be tween Governor Altgeld, who carries forty-eight votes , of Illinois in ; his pocket, and Governor Stone, who is here as the recognized leader of the Bland forces. A Week's Celebration. Chicago, III., June 80. To-dav marks the inauguration of a week's celebration in honor of the quinquen nial anniversary of Dr. Harper's ap pointment as president of the Chicago university. ' The forenoon was devoted to the matriculatijn of Incoming stu dents and the annual dinner of the as sociated alumni at Cobb lecture hall. The week's program includes musical, religious and anniversary conventions, the dedication of llatkell Oriental mu seum on July 2nd, the president's re ception, laying cf corner-stones, with addresses by prominent ljcal profes sors, and an arcbeologrcal conference. Off for Gray debtee. . Washington, D. C , June 30 President Cleveland, accompanied by Private Secretary Thurber, left Wash ington at 7 o'clock, this morning, to spend the summer with his family at Gray Gables. The journey between Washington and Jersey City was made in the special car of . V'jce President Thompson, of the Pennsylvania road. Jersey City, N. J., June SO Pres. ident Cleveland and Secretary Tburber will board the yacht of E. C. Benedict, the ''Oneida, "- and will prooeea In it to Gray Gables, where they are due to arrive Wednesday morning. Democratic Clubf . Washington, D. C , June 30 Lawrence Gardiner,' scoretary of the democratic congressional campaign committee and also the national as sociation of democratic clubs, left for Chicago, to-day, to establish head quarters of organization in 4he Audi torium, O3 Monday, July 6th, a con ference is to be held in "Chicago be tween the executive committee and the chairmen of state associations, t wen ty in number. At this conference, plansare to be arranged fur a convention of clubs in St. Louis, September 30th. - i , A Sllverite Banker Nominated. Toledo, Ohio, June 30 The demo crats of the fifth district, at Napoleon, Ohio, at an early hour this morning, nominated Mayor David Meeklson, of Napoleon, for congress, after being in session for fifteen hours. Meekison is a free silver man. though a backer. William Knnneke and H. W. Jacobs, both free coinage advooates, were elected delegates to the Cbicazo con vention. '' Y. W. C. A . Conference. Lake Geneva, Wis., June 30 Fol lowing closely upou the meetings of the Central Young Men's Christian as sociation, a Y. W, C. A conference was inaugurated to-day, and will con tinue for ten days. The attendance is larger than in any preceding year. delegates being present from all of the middle northern states. Rathbone Sides. There will La a call meeting of the Ruth- bone Slaters, Tuesday evening, June 80th. All members requested to.be present. Mrs. T. JyM. E. C. , Have you examined Miss Carr's millin ery? Look at her prices in the window. Latest stylet and competent trimmers. ' - " 203-et. Notice,- To the Wool Growers, Wool Dealers and Sheep Breeders of New Mexico. You are hereby reuuvsted to meet tn mass convention in Las Vegas on the 7tb and 8th days of July next, for the purpose of onianiziog a Territorial Wool Growers' association, to be auxiliary to the National Wool Urowera' association. Local lews upon contagions diseases snob a foot rot, soab, etc., demand unity of action, as do also InUrst .te quarantine and national customs legislation; the present odious, unjust -discrimination la tb tarts taw agsinBt wjol growers, de mands oar earnest, emphatic and united protett. icero is do otner industry in thet Terri tory of equal magnliad and Importance, on entitlf d to greater consideration, no other upon wbicb the Interests of tbe en tire community are more dependent, none In which tba prosperity ot each individual is so contingent upon tba success of all than In that of sheep husbandry and wool growers. fcvery cwner of sheep in the Territorr. every wool dealer and every one directly interested in tba Industry, is cerJially ln vlttd to be prerent. Let everv section tt tb Territory he represented Adarees an communications to Dan. Arnot, East Lis Vrgaa, 3S, M., temporary secretary. . HAS. JLFKI.n. Gross. Buickwell & Co. Myir Fhiidman & Bro. Frowxe & Ma.nzanares Co. tilts Carr's, Bfytb street, for special run on sailors' and all trimmed bts. Be ber Window tot prices. ?M-Vt AND SHU ANOTHER Several Miners Enter a f Mi)ie, Contrary to Orders and are Blown to Atoms. OTHER ENTOMBED MINERS The Jeff Davis Monument Un veiled at Richmond, Va, in' Presence of Thousands. ACTORS' ORPHANAGE FUND Fatette Citt, Penn., June SO LaH n'ght Michael Barbaras and Louie Ueresii. toe ether with three or four other coal diggers whose names aro not yet known, contrary to or ders, eoterod tbe Washington" mine. belonging to Bices & Flinn, to take out their tools. A terrifio ex plosion of mine gas followed their en tranoe, and Barbaras and Deresti were instantly killed. Tbe fate ot the oom. pan Ions is not known, but tbey are also believed to dead. The explosion oaused "onsiderable damage to the mine, and owing to the presence of gas, the In tenor caunot be explored. On Wall Street. WAtt Street, N. Y., June 30. The opening dealings at the tock exchange were characterized by great er strength, owing to tbe higher cables from London. Tbe advance in prices ranged from to 1 per cent., St. Paul, L. & N., and sugar being especially prominent. . Ik Miners Still Entombed. WiLKtcgBARRB, Pa,, June 30. There is no change this morning in the situa tion in the Twin shaft mine. 'The rescuers continue to work bard in their endeavor to roach the entombed miners. Very little progress is being made, however, as there are frequent cavings of earth abut tbe mine. Will Vote for Bland. Special Telegram to the Optic. Santa Kb, N. M., June 30th. Revenue Collector Shannon, national committeeman f r Ariziua, leaves to night for tbe Chicago convention to vote for 16 to 1 iu tbe person of Dick Bland, of Missouri. Tbe l'eralta-Keavis case is still oc cupying the attention of the court, but will likely be finished lor,nigbt. New Trial Qraateit. Special TUsgram to the Optic. ' , Santa Fk, N. M., June 30. In the oase wherein . the ' United ' States of America was awarded judgment ia the sum of $30,000 against the Denver & Rio Grande railroad, for alleged timber trespass, argument was uiade,-Jasl night, by J. Fred. Vaile, of Denver, on behalf of the -defendant company, tor a new trial, which was granted, Special United States. Attorney Jones,. of Las Vega', appearing for the government. Sunk bv a Cclllslon. London, England, June 80. The British steamer, 'Santa Renese," from Pcnartb, June 2d, for Para, was sunk by a collision with tbe British bark" Dun- donald," from San Franclsoo, March lO.b, for Hull. The "Ouudonald" proceeded ia a leaky'- and otherwise damaged condition, with tbe crew of the ''Santa Renese" on board. Tbe passengers on board the "Santa Renrse" were landed at r Para by the Morwegian bark, "Hiawatba..". .. ; Actors' Orphanage Fund. " London, England, June SO A baziar in aid of tbe actors' prpbanage inn a was inaugurated, today, at Queen's, hall, La ogham place. The charity in question was foreshadowed by Ben Webster, many years ago, and is now tardily assuming shape.- Feat. ures of tbe bazaar are dolls dressed to resemble theatrical celebrities, - signed novels, American candies, Japanese s'all and signed photographs ; . the various stalls being uider tbe super vision of prominent ladies. Tbe func tion is given under the patronage cf the Prince of. Wales and other d!sJ tiugu.sued people. The Swedish Movement And Electric Massage, the treatments given by me, strongly aid tbe minsral waters by directing tbelr effect upon tbose parts of the bedy where cure Is desired, t con flue my work to tbee special treatments; also, corn 3, bunions and ingrown toe ualls treated. , F. H. fiBxsON, 18.) ml . Lab Vegas Hot Springs Bath House CHANQE OP MANAGEMENT. - Kkw Mkxico and Aeizona General AOBNCT, THE MUTUAL LlFB iNSUn- a.nci Company of Nkw York. Albuqcerqcc. N. M., June26-.h, 1893. . Tbe undersigned having resigned tbe general agency for New Mexico and Ari zona of "Tbe Mutual Life Insurance Com. pony of New York," to take effect July 1st, 1896, in order to accept service with tbe company in a broader field, takes this method of recommending bis successor, Mr. W. E. Harper, wbo will take charge of the general agency on July 1st and con tinue tbe business from these headquar ters as heretofore. The undersigned, wbl!e iu future repre seoting the company as executive special agent in the more extended field ot the whole union, will devote his special atten tion to the business in Texas, New Mexico ard Arizona. 8. H. Newxav, 205-3t General Agent. Fourth of July Rates. We will sell round trip tickets to points in Colorado aod New Mexico,. at one fere for tbe round trip. Tickets on sale Joly 3d and 4th; good to return until and in cluding July 6-.b, 1836. . Continuous pas sage e eta way. In addition ti other th ot July rates, will sell to Albuquerque. account Firemen's Tournament, at one fare round "'trip, on July 1st SLd 2nd. Limited to return Jaly 8th, C. F, JHtg,&Kt, Highest of all in Leavening JGPP DAVIS MONUMENT. Unvsilcd To-U.y at Richmond, Val, la. the Pretence of a Multitude. Richmond, Va , June 80. Over 20, 000 veterans who followed the fortunes of Lee, Longstreet and Jaokson, have gathered bere, many of them acoompa nied by their wives and families, to at tend the bixth annual re-union and nn veiling of the Jefferson Davis monu ment. More than twenty camps of tbe Sons of Veterans are also In attendance Almost $59,000 has been expended in tne lavish preparations for entertain. ment. An immense auditorium, with a seat ing capanity cf 12,000, has just been oompleted, and in this the business ses: sions will bo held. Important ques tions to come up during tbe progress oil the meetings are tbe proposed location of tbe confederate memorlil .museum, or battle aboey, and the selection of school histories, which will lean more toward the south's view of the late war.' Voc.tl nitisio will be rendered bv chorus of 1,000 trained voices. A striking ieature ot tne re-uoion will ne the gatn. enrg oi oiosoy s lamous rangers, lol lowed by an elaborate banquet at night' One of the greatest attractions is a tableau of beautiful southern girls', Who attend as sponsors, one-for eaob of thb southern states. These have been made the special guests of the Daugh ters of the Confederacy.' ! Tbe friends of Dick Dunn will regret to learn that his. eondition Is very little, if any, better. He suffers from nervous prostration and will soon be brought back to Triuidad from Keocsha, Wisconsin, by Dr. M. Beshoir, of Trinidad, his family physician. ' , E. iS. Huston and L. H. Wentworth are in from Minoral Hill, with, two tons of ore which tbey will send away for a mill run test. They have assays on this all tbe way from $2.50 to $50, Tbey are on a true min eral cone and have gone down about forty feot. ' ' TK, Douglas Ave. Butcher Shop. Fresh Butterine. che&Der and better than creamery butter. Lieac lard, Hausage and r resn meats every aay. A. C. SCHMIDT ,- Manufacturer of . t Wasons, -:- Carriages, And dealer in ' Hnayy ; HardvyarD, ' Everv kind of waton- material on hand Horseshoeing and repairing a specialtv Grand and j lanzanarea Avenues, Katt li V(tas. THE LATEST STYLES Fine IVIillinBru, Are being shown by , : mrs.lhollenwaoer; Prices are always as low as is consistent with the work done. Ladies are invited to call and examine. . -. - k Press-Making Department, .. makine a sbecialty of fine work, is In charge of Misj Hanlon, (la'e of Buliene, Moore & Emory, of Kansas City) an adept tn tbe art of cutting, fitting and do' ing line work. Tbe patronage ot the ladles f is solicited, ah worK guaranteed, i'rlces from 4.00 up. .f. , j , k A. T. RQGERS, - LATH OF E08ER8 BHOS. ,i Practical Horseshoer, General Blaocsmithlng, Wagon and Carriage Repairing, neatly and . promptly done ; Railroad Ave . Opposite Browne & Manaanares Co., EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW. MEXICO. O. S, ROG ERS, Practical Horse-Shoer, l LAS VEGAS, N. M.l . Nos. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west end ot bridge. Special attention, given to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith ing and woodwork! -All work promptly done and ' satisfaction guaranteed. 'v . ; PHttNIX MEAT - MARKET, J. S, Dillon, Prop, j Doalor In all kinds of FRESH MEATS, HAM3 AND BACON, Fish, Game and Poultry in Season. ORDERS BOIJC1TED. JOHN R. STILL, Contractor and Builder. Offlot peit djior trrt of Tna Oftio, Power. - Latent U.S. Gov'tJR.eport f- BUSINK.8S POINTERS. Walter Dearden, essayer and chemist Trinidad, Colo. lW-tf ' ' ' -v - - ' 't : ! Something new tinware warranted not 'to rust, durable and economical. . j A. . i D. Wintebxiti, sol agent. Hartman is, agent for Wanamaker A Brown and Mills & Merrill, fine tailor made olothlng. Bee samples at Hartman'i store. 60-tf : Wall paper and picture mouldings, all new 1898 pattijt-ns, at H. O. Coore' ' 136tf The Lyons bouso is cow run In first class order, and i the best boarding house in town for the pnoe ssfced. . ' J58tf. People wishing to sell or buy improved or unimproved real estate will do well to sea O. H. Hutchison & Oo. - - 2S6tf r OHAFFIN Livery and 1 MiS GOOD BIGS AND LIfELY, GEtfTEiE TEAMS. ';-Vr':''- ..-:X :X- Tents and Camnine: Outfits Furnished Prcz with ' V '4'":.- - Team Horses, boarded by the day or rnontiv Will keep on hand all kinds ol 1 Hay. Grain and Feed. Lowest Rusj-ford and Newton Wagons. DOUGLAS AVfcNUE, mitltllilll,! OF LAS Capital Paid' in Surplus, f OFFlCHBSl DB. J, M. CUNNINGHAM, President, .. t FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President. 1 . . D. T. HOSKIN8, Cashier. . BT raTKBEST PAkD-QB THE LAS VEGAS SAVINGS BANK, . IQrSave your earnings by depositing them iney win unng you an income. . ' nvery aouar savea, is two aoliars maae." . No deposits received of less than $1. '' ' Interest paid on all deposits of $5 and over. A large and complete line of Plows and Points Kept constantly on hand, together with Qarden Hose, Wire Netting, Poultry arid Fence Wire, STOVES AND FANGES " ' ; , of every description. Your patronage is solicited at the Old Town Hardware Store, . ' " ' NEW BUILDING,; ; ; . D. .WINTERNI JZ.' Li ROSENTHAL & fiOi was , 826 & 328 Railroad Avenue. GENERAL MERCHANDISE RanOh 13LI)flIeS O." 0Oialt y (ioods delivered free to all parts of tbe . fore purchasing, and be bonviilced of our low prices. f Complete iine of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. -i A. A. WISE, Notary PubHo. Established WISE3!& HOGrSETT, LOANS AND REAL V ESTATE, ..Sixth and Douglas Afes., East LaaVogHs, N. M. Improved and Unimproved Lands and City hsivwuuuv awa i ju-i uoiuomai A. luion V,HU1IUCU IkOUSB UUItOUlOU BUU X BXcB )EllU, Vi ,.-Pargains offered of n . t O A. i South Side , Plaza. Unequal VAivtJES, 7 in an our Uepartoients,.- ' THIS WEEK. We offer our assortment of f Brocaded Figured Silks, J In the most desirable patterns, For 79c.; Value Is $1.00. Ward Block, Railroad Ave., Mrs.- Win. Qoin, Prop. Tables Served With EVERYTHING THE SEASON AFFORDS, Cooked and Served in tbe Highest Order. Meals, 25a, Board by week, $6. A trial will oonvlnce you rf the merits of ' THE MODEL HE3TAUKANT. JOHN HILL, CONTRACTOR Ui BUILDER . - Manufacturer of Sash and Doors, -Mouldings, 7 i ' , , Scroll Sawing, .. Surfacing and Matching JElkilri.fi: and Office Corner of Blanohard street an" Urand avenue. BAST US TKOA KKW MEX & HORNE, Sale Stable. Hirer - Drices . truaranteed. Affents for the .Give us a call. ., EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. VEGAS. v ' 50,000. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier. IXHR. DEPOSITS JBk Hknbt Gokb, Pres H. W. Kkllt, Vice Pres. . ' D. T. Hosxihs, Treaa. Paid up capital, $30,000. hi tbe Las Vboas B a visas Bksx, where I '.; The Dandy Wind MilL None Better. city. Call and examine oar stoof ot 1S81. . -' ..v-S, P. O. HOOSETT. Property for Bale. Investments made and . f 7 CARRIAGE REPOSITORY If TTin flnoat Una rtf nopi-lairn. Dnnni.. ILandaua, Smreys, Fhsetona and Uoad Oftrts In -thi Southwest, ot tbe best manafaotary J Livery and Feed Stables. ilOPt STREET, 11 I0 - 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. " cast Las Vegas mm Wholesale Grocers, Wool, Hides arid Pelts. : Tt I ' Rfl! naqcn ana ivnning auppime. Pence Wire, Nails, Picks and Shovels. BLASTING g GIANT POWDER. Cement, Sheep Dips, Steel; Hay Rakes. BAIN" WSgONS 1 Kwaa. .L, --23 (Snoceasot to Coors Bros.) . .WHOLKSAJJC kXD EKTAIL DBAXEB IK . LOMp; SiSH, )100BS,BipS, IAMSIES Painta, Oils and Glass. CerrillosHard EAST LAS VEGAS, . TBEPHONKWo.6 - JoosaellTereafireIiiclty. New Mexico BUILDING MATERIALS OF SASH, DOORS, Special Piice In Lumbar Shingles, etc. , Estimates contractors. Offloe and Mill Corner Seventh and Jackson Streets, East Las Vegas. . TKLETHONE 68. . Our $i oo, $2.25 and $3.50 f Parasols, in all Shades, f w ith Large Ruffles, I We offer for $1.50. , t FANCY . SUMMER SILKS Dark Ground, - . FOR 25 CENTS. res Co 190V. and Socorro, N. M. 7.( "X ytl i. i 4 '. P"J ' I ! ' Sulphur. Wool Sacks. PLAZA HOTEL Las Vegas, New Bleatoe. ' ' only first-class house in the Headquarters for stockmen. The city. A. DUVAL, ; In chareeof Cuisine Department. Itttes: Sfio per meal ; $6 per week. Tables supplied. wan every tmng tne market affords. . , S. B, DAYIS r 7 " Lessee:' Rooms bv the day for BOo to J1.00: bv -'' Wntb, $5 to $12. , and Soft CoaK . . -. NEW MEXICO Planing Jill ALL KINDS AND STYLES SCREEN, ETC. to Contractors and Builders, cheerfully furnished to IIAEFNER & ROSSIER, "Proprietors Soda Bottling Works. . B. C. PITTENGER & CO. OTEAF.1 LAUfJORY. Goods called for and delivered.. '. Agents for P1IIIIE M :; ' " .... AND ; ; ' ' illlJIIIHR.