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'rT-'VH0 ,yr nv ..QUICK.. To all td.triU.rs Who use RETURNS ?HVoTo.,of - ..quick.; At given To all advertisers Wbo use .DCTIIDMO The column, ol MHI UllilO Tub Ojtio. EAST LAS y EGAS, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 1, 1896. VOL XVII. NO. 207 SCENES IN CHICAGO A Plan Whereby the Gold Mi nority Can Withdraw With out Being Bolters. THE MATTER OF CHAIRMAN Different Committees Confer ring With a View to Accom plisbing Certain Ends. THE IMPENDING CRISIS Chicago. Ill , July 1. A coniln genoy, under which the gold minority in the democratic) national convention may legally withdraw from that gatn wine, without putting itself in the po altion of bolters," and under which. moreover, any ticket which it might ut into the field will be entitled to be regarded as "regular," is the latest pJtase ef the political situation. ,r, i t u mere is wore iubu appcaia uu iua surface in the conference, this alter soon, between the new special commit' tee designated by the bi-metalliodemo cratio convention conference, and the tab-committee on arrangements of the national democratic convention. At this conference, should the special committee be given- a hearing, they will, in accordance with instructions, insist upon two things. One is that the temporary chairman, which the nation al committee, under its prerogatives, is entitled to select, shall either be a sil ver man or one acceptable to that ele ment. The other is that, where there re contests, both contestants and con testees shall be placed ' on the tempo' rary roll, and the merits of the dis- putes remanded to the adjudication of the committee on credentials seieotea by the state delegations and approved by the convention. ' The situation is analagous to that of the state convention at Dubuque, when ex-Governor Boies was placed before the country as a silver candidate for the presidency. In that convention as now, silver was in control, while the retiring committee which had the ap pointment of the temporary organ'za- Uon was composed mainly of gold ad vooates. Tbe silver people announced their determination of turning down tbe temporary organization and select ing one of their own. Just here, how ever, ex-Governor Boies stepped into the breach, and took tbe ground that what tbe state committee did in the matter of temporary organization, could not be undone by tbe convention? and that if the temporary organization was re pudiated, .',he gold minority could le gally walkout and bold its own con. Tention. Delegates thus seleoted could go to Chicago, having on their side, every prima facia proof of their regu larity. As a result, the Boies silver men abandoned their antagonism, ac cepted the temporary organization, and ermitted Mr. Wright to deliver bis gold standard address. JIAftUITT ON TIIK GROUND. CHICAGO, 111., Ju'y 1. Chairman Ilairiiy, accompanied by several mem bers of the Pennsylvania delegation, arrived, this morning, on the Pennsyl vania limited. I be party was driven lo tbe Palmer House, where the nation si chairman proceeded to hold a secret conference with his assciates of the sub-committee. Tbe regular meeting of tbe body will commonce at noon, when the question cf giving a bearing to the bumetalliu democratic delegation will be disposed of in quick order. THE BI METALLIC COMMITTEE. . Chicago, III., July 1. The -members of bi-metalllo democratic commit tee gathered informally in their Sher man House parlors, this morning, and decided to defer their regular meeting until thin evening, when it is expected that tbe sub-committee appointed to wait upon Chairman Harrity and bis associates, will be ready to report. This commiuee held a two hour conference, this morning, end then proceeded to tbe Palmer House with a view of per forming Its mission. THi4 CONVENTION COMMITTEE. Chicago, III., July 1. The sub committee cf the national democratic committae on convention arrangements met shortly after neon, to-day, in tbe PaloMr bouse. Chairman Harrity, Sec retary Sheerin, Messrs. Pratber, ol Missouri, Sherlcy, of Kentucky, Wal lace, of Washington, Norris, of tbe District of Columbia, and; Wall, of Wisconsin, were present, when the committee went Into executive session. geargeant-at-Arnii Martin was called in to report on the appointments he bad made. His conrse regardlog doorkeeo n htm annroved. A delr'cation from the national bimetallic committee ex pects to wait on the committee during the afternoon, to confer as to the tem porary organization policy of the com- ftnlUf?f auu iu a. mr me vwculiuh ui u liver chairman. Xri national sub committee adjourn ed at i o'clock, after receiving tbe dep. otation frc.ni the national bi metallic democratic committee, consisting of (Senators Turpie, Jones, of Arkansas, Daniel, uovernor pione ana uovernor AltgeM. The sub-committee listened courteously to all that was said by the depntaion, but did not commit them selves on any point of inquiry. Chairman Harrity, when questioned by a United Press lieportar, after the conference, said; "We told the gen tlsmen that tbe full, national epmmit- tM would have sole jurisdiction of the temporary organizati n, and make up et the temporary roll, and they had better appear iicfpre tbat committee then it meet , oel week, for further information." . ' fi BOIKU BOOV.KR8. Ciu-kao, minor's, July 1.. Be teu ta.day and Monday nigh), trains from vrtous parts of tbe Hawkey ;ute f i'l land anywbers from 15,000 to 20,000 Boies boomers in Chicago. The railroads bare made a special rate for the convention, and tbe ad min r J of the "Grand old lUiS," cf Iowa, propose to take advantage of en masse. The Boies headquarters tbe Palmer house, acd which have been in working order for a week or more, are so far the center of bustle and excitement, and are the rallying point of a continual stream of dele- gatqs and politicians in general. State Secretarv Charles Walsb. with Editor Brewster and Judge Davis, of Creston, la , compose tbe executive triumvirate and are kept buy listening to the views and opinions of the friends cf Boles and other candidates. A!t EARLT RUMOU. . . Chicago, Illinois, July 1. It tbm early given out tbat, iq the event of a silver democratic national com mlttee being one Of the results of next week's convention. Senator Jones, of Arkansas, will be the suocessof of ,' !r Harrity, of Pennsylvania, as national chairman. ' U Ohio School Tt.ch.rs. " Toledo, Ohio, July . 1 Sohool teaobers from all over the,. Buckeye state have been fl icking across Lake Erie to I'ut-in Bay for the past two days to take part in . the forty-ninth annual round-up of the Ohio state teachers1 association. The proceed ings which will occupy three days, were Inaugurated this morning- with an address by Hon. L D. Bonebrake, f Mount Vernon, who dwelled at length on the remarkable evidences of educational prognsi in Ohio. Gen eral debate followed. This afternoon there was an interesting symposium on the ques ion : 'Are not our colleges demanding too much of our high soboolsP" Tbe Ohio college associa tion also met this afternoon, with Pro feasor W. J. Seelye, of Wooster uni. versify, presiding. To-morrow tbe township superintendents and the kia dergarten and elementary seotions will bold meetings. Kanfas Republicans. 1 opera, Kas., July 1. There was little room to spare in Hamilton . ball this morning when tbe ninth annual convention of the republican state league of Konsas was called to order by President Charles F. Soott. Nearly every club in the state was represented, and non-accredited members were out in force. References in the address of the president to .Major McKinley and tbe prospect of republican success were londly applauded. This afternoon the convention will elect delegates to rep resent the state at the' annual conven tion of the national league at Milwau kee in August next, and will also be addressed by Geperal Charles II Gros venor, of Ohio. . v Striking; Quarrymen Shot. "' West View, Ohio, July 1. This village is tbe scene of the wildest ex citement, caused by a strike of the quarrymen employed by tbe Cleveland stone company. This morning tbe strikers started for the quarries where tbe men who bad taken their places were working. As tbe strikers ap peared, the sheriff warned them back, but a number scaled the fence and got into a fight. In the space of a few moments sixty shots were exchanged. Three strikers fell. ' Immediately after the fight, the strikers fled to Berea. Minnesota Republican. ,i - St. Paul, Minn , July 1, The Auditorium was packed to suffocation at noon to-day, when Tarns Bixby, - as chairman of the central committee, called to order the republican state convention. Candidates for governor, lieutenant-governor, secretary of state acd attorney-general are to be placed in nomination. Outside of the -governorship-Governor David Clough being certain of a re-nomination it is a free- for-all contest.'' McKinley buttons are in evidenoe among tbe delegates, and the party is preparing for a vigorous campaign throughout tbe state. Republican Convention In Arkansas. Little Rock, Ark , July 1. The re publican state convention met here, to day, with a full representation from every county in tbe state. YV. G. Whip ¬ ple, ot this oity, was made, permanent obairman. General' Powell Clayton, immediately after organization, placed R. L. Remmel, of Newport, in nomi nation for governor. He was nomi nated by acclamation. - Mr. Remmel had just returned from Canton where he took part in the notification cere mony, and appeared . befre the. con vention and aooepted tbe honor. Another Cave-In at tna Twin Shalt. ' "' Wilkksbarrk, Pa., July 1 -At 3 o'clock, this morning another cave-in occurred in the ill fated Twin shaft and a party cf rescuers who went in at U o'clock last night were driven back to tbe foot of the plane,'' The rescuing part? had reached a point near the place where tbe original cave occurred, when the fall of the roof came. The fall was extensive, and was plainly felt upon tbe surfaoe. At 9 - o'clock this morning the reccuers were making little progrtss and results are dis couraging. The, Day's Mark.).. Wall Stuket, N. Y., July 1. , A feature of the stock market at the opening was a break in American, to bacco stock from 63 to 60, on the re ports tbat tbs directors at their meet ing, to-day, will refuse to take action on tbe dividend question. The general list cectineo nosfi pet ceat. sa sym- patny. , Fatal Qju Explosion. Chicago, ins., duly l. By an ex plosion of gas in a manhole of the Edi son electric company, at Wabash ave nue and South Water street, this morn- ing, two men were fatally, and two se riously burned The victims were work ing in the oonduit. Cleveland at the Bay. ,: P(-AKfi IS AT. Mass., July 1 Prtsideot Cleveland arrived here on the jacht "Oaelda" t 9:80 o'clook, tnw moraiog. GUILTY AS CHARGED Conclusion of the Reavis ' spiracy Trial in. the U. .: Court at Santa Fe. Con S. THE CALLERS AT CANTON Sixtr Foreigners Drowned ana Forty-Two Killed in an Ex plosion of Ammunition. HARRIET B. STOWE DEAD Special Telegram to tht Optic. Santa Fe, N.- 41., July -The famous - Peralta land gran case, wherein the United States of America charges James Addison - Per alta Reavis. and one Micuel Noe, with conspiracy and fraud, came to a close last evening, in I he V, o. court, now in sess'on in this city, the jury retiring at 4 o'clock, p. m. At 8:30, this morn ing, the jury returned to court with i verdict, finding the defendant, Reavis, gnilty as charged in the indictment, whereupon the oourt was adjourned till tbe 18th Inst , when Judge Laugh tin will pronounce sentence. The Dread Summon.. - ' Hartford, . Conn;, July 1 Mrs Harriet tleecher Stowe died at noon to day. Members ot tbe family were at her bedside at the hour of dissolu lion. ' - ' ; Wholesale Drowning. Suakim. July 1. Red Star line packet boat Ralmanleh," bound from Suakim for Suez, broke her shaft yesterday, drifted upon a reef,' acd foundered. Sixty persons were drowned, moHly Greeks. porty-two men killed. An Explosion ot Ammunition In An Arsenal In Oermany, Does Immense Damage. Berlin, Germany, July 1. The ex plosion of ammunition, during a fire in the arsenal near Fort Moselle, io the province of Loraine, last night, proves io bave been more disastrous than at first reported. It is now learned that forty-two men were killed' Instead of seven, and 100 others are badly In jured. 1 - te- ? ' New Prison darb. Joliet. Ill,, July 1, The striped suits which, since the opening of the first - penitentiary in this state, bave distinguished .its prisoners, 'give way, to-day, to garb of cadet gray. Tbe prisoners are to be divided into three classes those who have clean prison records ;' those who bave been guilty of infractions of the rules, acd those who are insubordinate and unruly on gener al principles. The first aiid second classes will be given the suits of oadet gray, and the, tbird class the old-time striped suits, which, hereafter, will be badge of prison infamy, v. After next January the insubordinate prisoners will be clad in a blood red uniform. Custom Houses Abolished . Citt or Mexico, Mexico, July' 1 The abolition ' of Mexioan custom bouses In the - interior of this republic, wentjinto effect to day, and hereafter these establishments will exist only on (he frontier and at tbe ports. AH post masters in the United States were re. cently requested by tbe government to oo-operate In the new order of things. by forwarding only unsealed parcels as post packets. This request, however, was hardly necessary,- as sinoe the United States entered into the parcels post treaty, It has never permitted the transmission of sealed packages across the border. Numerous regulations for fiscal reforms, consequent on tbe aboli. tion of the old inter-state and inter municipal duties, also go into effect to day. No More Hanglniti. ' i " i Columbus, Ohio, July 1. Com- mencing to-day the execution of the death penalty by banging in Ohio . be comes a thiog of the past, and 'the Buckeye, state, following the lead of New York, will substitute electrocu tion, excepting so far as relates , to persons already nnder ; sentence of death by the noose. The change has been brought about by, a bill intro- duced in tbe upper house by Senator Jones and .championed in the as sembly by Representative Reed. It provides tbat all murderers convicted after July 1st' acd sentenced to the death penalty shall be electrocuted, and icfiiotion of tbe penalty must take place before sunrise on the day set by tbe sentenoe la oourt. The death chamber must be in the penitentiary. There is no other cbacge in tbe pro. visions of tbe present law relating to death sentences. - THE CANDIDATES MEET. darrett A. Hebart Calls on the. Head cl the Ticket at His Canton Home. . Canton, Ohio, July 1. At 10:30, this morning, tbe republican candidate for. president and the republican can didate for vine president metand shook bands. This was tbe first meeting since tbe St. Louis convention. Major McKinley met Mr. Hobart upon bis arrival at tbe Pennsylvania station and drove biin to his bouse. After meeting Mrs. McKinley, Mr. Hobart and Maior McKinley retiied for a private confer ence. Mr. tlsbart left, this afternoon. for Cleveland, where Le will spend the nignt wnn Mars: nanna. lie will re tarn to the east Thursday. A large delegation from Medina county called on Msj r McKinley at noon, to-day. He made a short speech and then Introduced Mr. Hobart, wbo was greeted with cheer.l. Mr. Hobart did not discuss issues, but thanked tbe people most gracefully for the cordial greeting and then shook bands with (be vklliPf delegates, Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov.'t Report TrY : a '; DOMINION DAY. The Canadian Fourth of July y. New Slenlllctnoe. Possesses ra Ottawa, Ont., July 1 To lrge proportion of the people of Canada the. celebration, ' 'to-day, or "nonunion Day, i whinh commemorates the feder ation of the provinces, possesses a new significance, '". v ' Mingled iwitn9' tbe demonstrations of patriotism ''and renewed "allegiance to Queen Victoria, is an overwhelming satisfaction with the. returning of the liberals to power., J r Sectarian Issues aside, however, tbe day is being -generally observed -throughout Canada with musio and nags, parades and mass meetings, with fireworks and bonfires fea a finale to night, and the national anthem sweeps like a tidal wave' from - rock-rihbad Nova. Scotia on the east to the harbor of Vancouver on, the Pacific coast, ! WinkipkK Man. July 1. In this city, the center of the controversy that brought about the fill of the 1 upper and the restoration of the- Lander regime, there are no evidences on this, tbe twecty-niuth anniversary of the formation of the Canadian federation of provinces, of any unfriendly feeling between tbe factions., ' Excursions, horse-races, bicycle tournaments and picnics are the order of tbe day - V : Nebraska Republicans. Lincoln, Neb., July 1. The repub lican state convention was called totor- der, this afternoonf by State Chairman Mallalitu, with 1,000 delegates and t large number of spectators in attend ance. A full state ticket is to be nomi nated. Tbere are contests for eaoh nomination. i . i j-:. . The Swedish Movement - And Electric Maatage.tbe treatments given by me, stroogly aid tbe mineral watersJ)? directing their effect upon those parts.of the body where curs is desired. connna my work to these special treatments; also, corns- banlons and ingrown toe' uails treated. F. U, ffLSON, 185 ml Las Veens Hot Springs Bath House Douglas Sve. Butcliec Shop Fresh Butterino. cheaper and better tbsn Creamery butter. Leaf lard, Sausage and Fresh Meats every day , v' k.$. SCHMIDT Manufacturer ol, yapiis-Carriutfis, And dealer In '. Heavy .'. Hardware, - Bverv kind of wae-on material on hand Horseshoeing and repairing a specialty Brand and Ma pi an ares Avenues, atlia Vegas. ,t THE LATEST STYLES ' ' ' IN . Fine Millinery, Are being sbown by MR8.L.H0LLENWAGER, Prices are always as low as is consistent with tbe work done. Ladies are invited, to call and, examine. ?A k Dress-Makinii Oenartment. ; " m ollnrv o enaniA tf t nt flna nrnrlr ta In Ahee... nf Ulai Uanlnn (loin rxt n'till.n. Vuai K w ui ii."ra uuiitvu) iia,sw v uuiicuv Moore & Emory, of- Kansas City) an aaepi in idb an oi cucung, umng ana ao ing fine work. Tbe patronage Of tbe ladies Is solicited. All work guaranteed. Prioea from J5.00 np. . ' A. T. ROGERS, LATE OF ROGERS! BROS. Practical Horseshoer, General Blaoismlthlng, Wagon, and Carriage Repairing, aeatly and, y-.f-. promptly dona. ' Opposite Browne & Monianares Co., EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. O. S. ROGERS, Practical Horse-Shoer, ; LAS VEGAS, N. M. ; No. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west and bf ;:,';,.;.'- bridge. Tf r.Ji ( Special attention given to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith ins: and woodwork.! All work promptly done and satisfaction guaranteed. PHttNlX MEAT MARKET, . -V U Vellf ft 1 VjL y - .. Dealer in all kinds of FRESH MEATS," HAM AND BACON, FishGame and Foultry in Season. ORDERS SOLICITED. JOHN R STILL, Contractor ' and Builder. Offlee next door west ol Tas Optic. -. tnildiftc s . . B w ' .flaVS TTtN ' . ft ; BUSINESS. P01NTKB8. 'Walter Dearden, assayer and chemist 4 Trinidad, Colo. " 187-tf - Bometbing new tinware warranted not to rust, durable and economical. .0, Wintkrnitz, sole agent. Hartman is agent for Wanamaker A Urowd and Mills & Merrill, fine tallor madefothiag. Be samples at Hartman't ttore. ' ( - . 60-tf . .' ; m. i . Wallpaper and' picture -mouldings, all new 1396 pattoros, at It. Q. Coors' lifitf - I)' m , ' . - ' l The Lyons bouse ls.now run in first elats order, and ia the best boarding ' bonse in town for tbe price asked. - 166tf. - People wleblng to sell- or bay Improved or unimproved real estate will do welt to see (i.H. Hatobison & Co. 286 tf nn a TmrxT Livery and Sale Stable. : GOOD BIGS AND LIVELY, GENTLE " - TEAMS. :7 - Tents and Camping Outfits Furnished .jpree with Team Mire. . Horses boarded by the day or month. Will keep on hand all kinds c Hayi Grain and I'eed. Lowest Rusbford and NewtoU Wagons, Give us a call. . , ;i ' f DOUGLAS AVENUE, EASY LAS.VEGAS, N. .M. ' Si fflGDBL NATIONAL 11 OF LAS Capital Paid in Stirplus, UFFICKBSt DR. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President, ; , .1, ,'. J ; , FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President. T v , ' ; '. , . D. T. HOSKINS, Cashier. v F. O-1JTTKKEST PAID OH -v THE LAS VEGAS SAVINGS BANK. 03ave yoor earnings by depositing them tnejr wm Dring yon an income. Every dollar .area, is two aollaxs made." , ', No deposits received bf 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 witl Garden Hose, Wire Netting, Poultry and hence Wire, , STOVES AND RANGES j of every description. . ,- j Your patronage is . solicited at the Old Town Hardware Store; ; NEW BUILDING, s ; ' ' D. WINTERNITZ. 1'!, Li liOu 826 & 328 Railroad Avenu. DKAXKBS IH GENERAL MERCHANDISE Ktirxoli Stir plies o. i30olo.lt jr. Goods delivered free to all parts of the 1 fore purchasing, and be convinced of oar low prices. f Complete line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. "T A. A. WISE, Notary Public. Established - .WISE & HOQSETT, LOANS AND READ ; ESTATE, ' ' Sixth and Douglas Aves., East Las Vegis, N. M. Imprdved and Unimproved Lands and City suenaea to ror non-reaiaents. Titles examined, Kents oollectea and raxes paid. 1 . Bargains offered of UNEQUAL VALUES, In all our Departments THIS WEEK. O 2V : A. I r South Plaza. We offer our assortment of Brocaded Figured Silks, For 79C. Value THE- MODEL , RESMRM 1 , Werd Block, Railroad Ave., "Airs. Wm. Qoin, Prop. Tables Berved With , EVERYTHING THE SEASON AFFORDS, Cooked and Served in the Highest Order, Meals, 25o. Board by week, 6, A. trial will eoBvlnceyou of the merits of .. THK MODEL RESTAURANT. JOHN HILL, . CONTRACTOR and EDILDEB Sash and Doors, - , c . Mouldings, . - Scroll Sawing, . ' , . ' ; Surfacing and Matching and Office Corner of Btanchard street an t ttrana aveno. AST LAS VKQA .. . KBW MIX p TTAOMr; prices guaranteed. Agents for the VEGA8.' Dio6,ooo. 50,000. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier. TIMK DEPOSITS IJEI r UKKBt Goes, Pres H. W. Ksw-r, Vice Fees. D. T. Hoskims, Treas. ! Paid up capital. $30,000 in the Las Vskjas 8a visas Bakk. where The Dandy Wind Mill. None Better. ET!!AL & GO, city. Call and examine our stooa ot 1881.- P. CHOOSBTT. Property for sale. Investments mads and CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. Tbe finest line of Carriages, Boggles. Landaus, Surreys, Phaetons andRoad Carts in th, Southwest, ol the bast manaf actar , . . U very and Feod Stable, BRIDPC STREET, Uf nOM Is $i.oo. First National Bank, LAS VEGAS. NEW MEXICO. , JEFFERSON RAYNOLDS, President JOHN W. ZOLLARS, Vice-President. A. B, SMITH, Cashier, Accounts jReceived Subject to Check. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. HFII8& iHffl hME. East Las Vegas Raqch and M wholesale Wool Hides Fence Wire, Nails, Picks and Shovels. BLASTING f GIANT -POWDER. Cement, Sheep Dips, r ; Steel Hay Rakes; : - ; ' BAIN WGOHiS. -IJI " v -.VI 1 yV--Vr J" - L . . T m I ..... f (Saooessor to Coors Bros.) ' - . ' . : : ' WHOIJtSAJJ AHD KBTAIL DXAXXB IH v,: . HAiffAE LOEUEE, SASH, Paints, Oil Cerrillos Hard EAST LAS VEGAS, TKIJSPHONK So. Efl Ooofl doUvered New Mexico BUILDING MATERIALS OF : sash, doors, Special Prices to Contractors and Builders, . .In Lumber Shingles, 'ctci -. .. Estimates, cheerfully furnished ta contractors. ; ''r. Olllce and Mill Corner Seventh and Jackson Streets, East Las Vegas. " TKLEPHONE 68. ' .1 Our $i 00, $2.25 and f J.50 , Parasols, ' in ail Shades, W ith Large Ruffles, We offer for $1.50. ' FANC V ' SUMMER SILKS Dark Ground, FOR 25 CENTS. and Socorro. N. M; sw m Grocers and Pelts. '.SflSSMStf, ining Suppli eb. Sulphur. , Wool Sacks. PLAZA HOTEL TfiKi. Mew Mexico. i The only first-class housf in the city, rleadquarters for stockmen. A. DUVAL, s In chareoof Cuisine Department. Rates 1 800 per meal; $6 per week. Tables' supplied wun everyining tne m arret atroroa. MRS. S. B, DAVIS .'Lessee: Booms by the day for 50c to $1.00: bv '. Imonth, $6 to $1S. . . . , .,...:, - DOORS, BLENDS, YAHNlSEES and Glass. - and Soft CoaL - - NEW MEXICO-j free In city. flaning Mill ALL KINDS AND STYLES screen, etc. ; ; HAEFNER & ROSSIER, Agents for I 1 1 1 L f 1 1 1 U I L L UILII, AND MSCBETH MINERAL WATER. Proprietors Soda Bottling Works. : B; C. PITTENGER & CO. GTEAr.1 LAEJiiDRY. Goods called for and delivered.