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M - ..QUICK.. RETURNS Art given To all advertisers Who us. Th. column, of Tin Optic. Uuinl EG. Art given PTffiD 0 To all adr.rtl.ari Who as. . Ttie columns of Tub Optic. RETURNS o - - .i VOL XVII. EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO? THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 2, 1896. NO. 208 .La o JURBULENT TIMES Every Prospect is Not Pleasing For the Gold Standard Men in Chicago. A FIGHT TO THE FINISH Senator Ben Tillman In Faror 0 Ignoring the Democratic Na tional Committee. MUCH CAUCUSING IS DONE ' Chicago, III., July 2. Last night's decision of tbe silver champions (o take the reins of the coming convention into their own bands and to vote tbe pre - rcgativesof tbe national committee, In the event of that body's evading, or re fusing, the demands of tbe Harris Turpie oommittee, Is In line to the very letter with tbe secret policy of tbe white metal leaders, as forecasted in these dispatches, during tbe past few days. The silver people were more bristling and aggressive than ever, this morning, as a result of tbe harmony that prevailed and the outspjksi ta k that was indulged in at last night's meeting, at which Senator Bon -Tillman, of South Carolina, and Hon. Casey Young, of Tennessee, put la an ppimrance for the first time. ' Chairman llarnty and his associate s thought that the national committee, at thdr meeting on Monday, would be disposed to meet the goldites and sil Terites half way, but they were over ruled by the more, radical spirits, who succeeded in creating the impression that the diplomatic mood of tbe na tional sub-committee was simply a part and parcel of a plot to delay any dea ' bite statement of intentions, until ii was too late for tbe silver men to agree upon any eettled plan, concerning the temporary organization, and. carry, it into effect. - "The gold bugs are plotters, and we roust aot as though no national com miitee were in existence," was Senator Ban Tillman's note of defiance, shrieked, rather than spoken, and this will be the key note of the silverites from this morning on.- f . . ": ' Tbe muster roll of delegates was be ing prepared,' this morning. Each - name will be ticketed off according ps "the delegate may be instituted for silver, has preferences for silver, or is instructed or favorable to tbe gold (standard. From cow on, uatj Mon day afternoon, 'swearing in" ol silver delegates and missionary work among the wavering ones, is the program of the Sherman house caucus. A caucus is to be held at the Colum bia theatre and by tbe time the caucus U organized, tbe steering oommittee will have made lis first and lust inter view wub the full national committee ana upon us repon ciepenas ine nr.ure notion of the silverites. If Chairman Karrity and. bis colleagues are pro- )cu IU uuuucuq CTCl JIUIIJg UGUIBUUCU, chief of which is the selection of silver men for the temporary officers, 'and tbe reference of contests to tbe national coairaUtee on credentials, then tbe catwus will simply be a ratification and lovo feast; otherwise, according to the programme, iub uuueus win assume the reins, drive over the national com mittee, select the temporary organiza tion, make up its temporary roll, and proceed to run tbe convention from the tart. -.- The sub committee of tbe national bi-nietaiitc democratic committee held an ufjrmal meeting, this morning, nd Issued a call for a meeting of the general committee, and all silver dele, gates on tbe ground, to-morrow night. Senator David B. Hill will not be ac ceptable to the silver forces, as tem porary chairman of tbe national con vention, so Senator Jones, of Ar kansas, the reoognized spokesman of tbe white metal conference,' told a representative of the United Press, to day. FOR TEMPORARY CHAIRMAN. At 1 o'clock, to-day, it was stated at the free silver headqua-ters that the choice tit temporary, chairman had narrowed down to Governor Stone, of Missouri, and William J. Bryan, of Nebraska. The ' chief objection to Governor Stone is tbat be is a leading representative of Bland's; candidaoy, and consequently . is not particularly Muicpptable to the gentlemen having in charge tbe interests of ex Gov. Boies, At tbe same time it Is conceded tbat be would make an admirable presiding officer. The suggestion of Bryan's name is favorably received by friends j of all candidates whose headquarters ' re already opened. THE NATIONAL COMMITTEE. The members of the committee are busy at tbe Palmer bouse, attending to convention arrangements, and an in formal conference was held regarding the situation the sliver men created, yesterday. The matter of tbe distri bution of tickets among tbe state del egates and newspaper men also en. grossed tbe attention cf the commit teemen. Chairman lUrrity did not appear in the committee rooms notil tale, having been engaged in confer ernes with local visiting gold poll, tictans from elsewhere,: OS! THB GROUND Chicago, 111-, Jnly 2. Although the cpening of the national demooratio (tonveoiion Is nearly a week la the loutf, there U as mnob bustle and es citr hidtit and hurrying to and fro rourid the hotels and in the business cemec bb 1110 a. u.. uuas nova iot convection wm at lis height, four years a?, the Auditorium was thecen. tit f gravity, but this time two-thirds of the delegations are quartered at tbe J'almer house. Among them are those cf J-'ew York, Massachusetts, Miclil- f , Minnesota, Mississippi, Colorado, sylvaulft, Tfxas.'Ulab, Virginia, .Wis oonsib and Wesbneton. At the respective Buies and Bland headquarters in tbo Palmer bouse, a REUS AT RICHMOND Highest of aU in Leavening Power. Latest ITS. Gov't Report regiment of lieutenouts and clerks are Closing Day of the Grand En- engaged in getting out lithographs and literature, dictating and writing letters, and holding consultations with repre sentatives of various delegations who are early on the soeco. At tbe Illinois headquarters in tbe Auditorium, there is also a soene of considerable aotlvity, while Senator Turpie, of Iidiaoa, who is lodge.l at the Palmer, is besieged with callers. The Illinois delegation has formally placed Judge Samuel P. MoConnell, of this city. In tbe Held as a candidate lor the petmanent obairmanshlp of the convention, as well as a candidate for tbe vice-presidential nomination Tbe various elemeuts of the silver peop'o are renewing' meir consulta tions, to-day, at tbe Sherman house and tbe Hartford building. A sufficient number of delegates, however, is not as yet on tbe ground to enable tbe sit uation to crystalliz t into anything defi nite. As to tbo duration if tbe con vention, the geueral impression seems to be tbat it will last until at least Sat urday n'eht, and may oontinue over Sunday. . The Firemen1. Contest.. Special Telegram to the Optic, Ai.bcoukrouk. N. M.. July 2. In the wet test race here, this afternoon, Albuquerque carried off the, honors; time. 29 1 5 seconds : Las Vegas, sec ond; time, 32 8 5 -seconds; Santa Fe, third: time, 354 5? This victory far Albuquerque gives tbe company of that city the charonmcship belt to bold for all lime, as this is tbe third successive time they Lave won the wet test race. In the ladder-climbing contest, Las Vegas and Santa Fe are a tie. A Nuptial Event. Chicago. Illinois, July 2. -Accord ing to cards reoelved here, tbe wed. ding of Miss Bertha ' Maud Epping. bonsen, of this city, and Senor Enrique campment of Confederate the United Veterans. AN EX-CONGRESSMAN DEAD TheTJury In the Case Against Parties For Aiding the Cn , bans, Falls to Agree. : PHYSICAL CULTURE. "MysUrious Blllv" SmltU and Bl!y Qallaiher to Com. Teiethefi ' - . '--i MORE PHYSICAL CULTURE jsiUas, loirs, Lo?iisc, Ohio, Psan- Pirtz, eldest son of ex President Filipe Pirez, of Colombia, South America, will be solemnized in Lonlon, to-day. Tbe brl le is an exceptional .y popular and beautiful girl of Italian descent, who has lived in this city frr many; years. After a bve moutns' noaey- moon In - Kngiand and on - the con tinent, the couple will make their home at Bogota, Oolomblit. Pllgrlm.ee to th. Shrine. Hartforu, Wisconsin, July I. Tb cond pilrim&ge of the.aeasoa to Holy hill, six miles from this city, took place, to-day, and was participated in by delegations from nearly every county in the state, as well as from Chicago and other points. Many of the visitors were invalids or afflicted, and made the jjurney in the hope of being benefited at the shrine. Mass was cel ebrated, this morning, at the Churoh of St. Mary, Help of Christians, on the top of the bill. iY All Certainly Dead. Wilkesbarre, Pa , July 2 It can not be truthfully said that the affiirs at the 'Twin" shaft, this morning, are any' belter. Tbe shift that went down at 2 o'olock, this morning, returned to the surface at 9 o'clock, and- reported but little progress;' ;; Not oyer forty feet of debris' have ' been " removed since 4 o'clock, yesterday afternoon. All hope cf finding any-pt Ine men alive is now gone.. i, - ' ' Prince., of Wale. Suite. London, Epgland; July 8.i-,The race for the Princess of Wales stake of 10, 000 sovereigns, run at' Newmarket, to day, was won by Leopold Ida Roths, child's "St. Frusquio,'' Prince of Wales' "Persimmon" was seoond, and the Duke of Westminster's "Regret" was third. Richmono, Va., July 2 The Closing day of the grand encampment of tbe united confederate veteran, was solemoiied by the laying with impos ing ceremonies of tbe corner-stone of the proposed monument to Jefferson Davis a structure. Which will cos $400,000. ... I bis morning the third day's pro. ceedings of tbe convention were called to order with prayer by Itev. James P. Smith, formerly of the staff of Stone wall Jackson. After tbe transaction f some routine business, tbe members adjourned, and j lined the parade, wuiuh was already in process of for mation. The monument Is to be situated in Monroe park, and thither tbe prbcen sion moved, 25,000 strong. General John B. Gordon was chief marshal of ceremonies and Mrs. Davis and her daughters occupied positions of honor upon the platform. The stono was laid in accordance with the Masonic ritual, and Lieutenant-General Stephen D. Lee was orator of tbe day. This af.ernoon numerous receptions were held. . . ; Richmond, Va , July 2. All the ofli oers of the United Confederate Vetcr ahs were re-elected just before ad juurnment, last evening, and the ses sloes came to an end today, Tbe program, to-day, included a parade of tbe visiting military companies and tbe laying of ine corner stone of the monu raent to Jefferson Davis, in Monroe park. It la estimated, that there are 70,000 strangers in the city. Jury Failed to Acree. New York, N. T., July 2 The jury in the case against Jubn D. Hart, Kuiilio Nunez,Captaia O linen, and Ed- Ward Murpby, accused of having aided and abetted a military expedition to Cuba, earn to the United StaUs cir- on It court Ibis morning, and told Judge Brown that tbey could not agree. His honor discharged the jury. Tho - de- landuots will probably be tried again at ibe Ojtober term. San Francisco, July 2 There Is to be another big turnout of admirers, of "physios! culture contests" at the Mer chants' pavilion to-night, under tbe auspices of tbe Occidental club,, when Mysterious Billy" Smith, of Boston, and Billy Gallagher, will come together for a ton-round encounter. ; Much, in terest is manifested in this meeting and almost as much In tbo ten-round battle between Danny Long and J. J. Jeffries. Long was discovered by Billy Daily, the sporting manager who first brought Uorbett before the puolicaod has bad a rum tier of rights, some or nis ad mirers look upon him as the cosMng oeavy-weignt. Aiinougn out twenty four years of age, ,he . weighs 187 pounds when in best training add stands six feet iq his stockings.' -. Joe Sullivan and Danny Mahpnev are also down for an elght-rcuad go. Fourth of July Rate. We will sell round trip tickets to poloU la Colorado and New Mez'co, at oo. lr for tbe round trip. Tickets on sale; July 3d and 4tb; good to return.1 nntll and in cluding July 6ib, 1826. Continuous pas sage e-ch way. . . j In addition to other 4th of Ju'r i.tes, will sell to Albnquerque.account Flrsmeb'a Tournament, at one far. round trip, on July 1st aLd 2nd. Limited to return July 6th. . . , C. K. Jonss, Agt There was a street fight in . Gallup among some Mexicans, and la ttie .melee Miguel Jaramlilo stabbed Jesus Uosullo in tbe neok, fast misstnsr the jugular, and making a serious wound. Mrs. H. V. Mickey . arrived ia Las Cruces from Rochester, Indiana. She will remain there several weeks, Set tling up the business affairs of her lata husband, Dr. Mickey, then will retnra to Indiana to make her future bom. IJL'SlNKSS POINTKU3. " Walter Desrden, Trinidad, Colo.; aisayer and chemist 137-tf Something now tlnwara Warranted not to rust, durable and economical. ' D. WlNTBRNITZ, SO'.. BgeDt. . Hartman is agent for Wanamak.r a Brown and Mills & Merrill, On tailor mad, clothing. Bee samples at Harttnan'f stors. . . 60-tf - Wall papei; and piotur. mouldings, all new 1896 patterns, at H. G. Coors' ; 120tf .The Lyons bouse is now run In first class order, and Js tba hent boarding bouse in town for the price asked. 150tf. . ' Feopla wishing to sell or buy Improved or unimproved real estate will do well to see G. U. Hutchison & Co. 286tf Ward Block, Railroad Ave., Mrs. Wm. Qoin, Prop. Tables Berved With ' ' EVERYTHING THE SEASON AFFORDS, Cooked and Served in tb. Blgh.at Order. Meals, 25o. Board by week, $5. A trial will convince you of the merits of THE MODEL RESTAURANT. JOHN HILL, COSTHACTOH ill BDILDSB Manufacturer of Sash and Doors, Mouldings, Scroll Sawing,. Surfacing and Matching. Planing Mill and Office Corner ef Blanchard .tree! an- urand avenue. BAST LAS VKflA NKW- HEX T!7i J. ' K T 11 'JL l r-A i 1 ........ f LAS VECAS, NEW MEXICO. jvnn vv. ULLAK5, Vice-President. A. E. SMITH, Cashier. t. ' Account Beceived Subject to Check. mierest raid on Time Deposits. BiWi I LMlf. A J I n cast Las vegas and Socorro. N. M. . Wholesale Grocers, f ool, Hides and Pelts. CHAFFIN & IIORNE, Livery and Sale Stable. GOOD RIGS AND LIVELY, GENTLE TEAMS. : Tents" and Campinz Outfits Furnished Free with Team Hire. . Horses boarded by the day or month. Will keep on hand .all kinds ol Hay, Grain and Feed. Lowest prices guaranteed. 'Agents .for the Rus'-ford and Newlon Wagons. Give us a ad!.' " DOUGLAS AVENUE!, EAST LAS VEGAS, N M. ; & .Sri' -. : ;i 1 NAL mi Capital Paid in Surplus, ; , - OF LAS VEOAS. $100,000. 50,000. as viMSf u m mj An Ex-Coagre.:man Dead. Washington, D. C July 2 Col Joseph C. McKibben, an ex-member of congress from thestato o( California, died la?t nifrht, at Marshall Hill, a re sort on toe fotomao river, nearly op posite Mount Vernon, of which be was part owner. Col. McKibbea had do been in good health for some time past and the end, which came peacefully; was not unexpected. On tbe 6th of last month, his wife died, after a pro tracted illueas, the immediate cause being tbe result of a surgical opera tion Since that time, the failure of Col. McKibben's health has been rapid. ' , ; . A Seasonable Hint. Get your leaky tin and shinglo roofs paiuUd wub Acme roof paint, wbicb baa stood tbe test for ten years; Are and water proof.. ; ' W. K. Harrow, 2t ; P. O. BoxM7. Douglas Ayfl. Butcher Shop. Fresh Butterin. chaatiar. and hfttterthan ureamery nutter. L.8Ht lard, bausaga and rrean Aieacs every aay. -i A. G. SCHMIDT Uannfaotnrer of - " ! f aiflns,-:- Carriages, And dealer In Hnovy . Hardvvaro, ' Every kind of waeoo material on hand tiorsesnoem Grand and Vegas. nd repairing: a si lanzanareg Avenues, iecialt9 East La . Strong and Higher. . Wall Stiiket, N. Y., July 2. Stocks opened strong and higher, this morning, in sympathy with tbe cables from London. Tbe advance in prices ranged from to 1 per cent ; sugar, St. Paul acd L. & N. leading.- Married In Pueblo. List Tuesday evening;, Pueblo's well- known and hlgbly-eoteemed modiste, Mr. Minnie B. Batr, was married to Howard C. Ward, of Eiet Las Vegas, N. M., says the Chieftain, of yesterday morning. Tb. cer emony took plaoe at her residence, 722 East Second straot, in tbe prestnoe of a gather ing of friends and relatryes? of tb. con tracting parties. Rev. John G, Hay, pas tor of tbe Central Christian church, offici ated. The bride was attired In pale blue silk, covered with pale blue chiffon and silk net, and carried a bouquet of pink carnations.' -'. After tbe ceremony, elegant refresh ments were served, In the adjoining resi dence of Miss Alice Rudy. Mr. Ward Is a oonductor, in the service of tbe Atoblson, lopena ec banta Fe railway company, run ning Detween Los Vegas and Albuquerque. He has prepared a horns, la Kait Las Ve ga., wbere be ho won for himself the re spect and regard of a largo circle of friend.. Mr. and Mr.. Ward will carry with them, to tbalr future residence, the best wishes of tba bride's many Pueblo friends, ' ; The foundation for th. AdvcntUts' church will soon b. laid. a. the subscrip tion list has grown Into the hundreds of dollars In the !at four or five days. The property will be secured and the found a lioa laid befurs subscribers ar. asked to pay any money. This shows they ar. In earneat, an i deserve tbe assfttaac. of all. A meal of plenty, well cooked and serv ed, at the New Brunswick. 100-tf Th. Sr.d!!s "'':ztw And Electric Massage, the treatment given by m., ttrongly aid tbe minsral water, by directing their effect upon thus, parts of tb. body where cure in de.Ired. I corJfloe my wrk to these special treatments; also, corni, bunions ant-f .it4'rews toe nails treated. F. H. Wkijsqn, i?5 91 I'M VegM Hot epripp JSt H7U.ff Dave Wilkins, an ex-sheriff of Lis Ani mas county ani always having some court position, up there, is. dead at Trinidad, Colo,. Hs was also sheriff of Mora county, this Territory, years ago. The deceased formerly resided at Kokomo, lad., and is kindly remembered by several Las Vegans Wboknewbi.il back there. Mrs. Wilkins preceded her husband tithe grave-some months. The dead parentsTare survived by two grown children,' Dave Wilkins, jr., and Mrs. Bernes Bent, and five grand children. Geo. Beaty, E. H. Parker, Wm. Gregg and Mr. Bradenborg will leave to-day, for Hopewell, an j try their fortunes in gold mining, . This camp seems to be. as prom ising as any in the Territory, or the United States, for that matter, and appears to answer the' newly coined phrase that "Gold 13 where you find it." Tho ore in Camp Hopewell shows gold to tbe naked eye and of course tbat is what they are all looking for. The Albuquerque Citizen learns, with regret, that A. K. Quinly, president of the. New Mexico association of volunteer fire men, is sick abed, and tbat Chief Roberts, of the East Las Vegas department, stated, this morning, tbat he Is.likely not to attend the . convention and tournament, "which opened in that city, t vday. Tbe loss on the sanitarium, at Santa Fe, has been adjusted, by the payment of the entire amount for which It . was insured, (11,000, This will be a nucleus for the re construction of that nseful Institution. SPEgULJfOJHCE MON8YT TO LOAN On jewelry at tlie Mexican Filigree Jewelry Co'., store, SC. Nicholas block. ?M-0t TTOR RUNT. Fu-nished house on Seventh r street. Enquire of Mrs. A. A. Jones 205 St. w oOlce.. ANTED. -Position as hotel or restaurant. waitress In a Apply at tHU 303 6t. w LUtS ASTKD.--A man and wile to work on a farm. Apply at one. to Lewis lftj-et. tnoyso -a kow H opiio onjee. snake pin. apply a! MOSKY TO LOAN. On ulnraonila, watches and Jewelry-repairing ol all kinds done. tf , Lt'j , i 4 Co . ili-liUe Street. DON'T PAY KENT I00 cash and is a month for seventy months, will pay for a three-room residence, wltn flood yard .nd srood neighborhood; centrally located, Bostilenps (ot live years time. lf ' J. U. SsiTLKASrH, THE LATEST STYLES .. . IN Fine Millinery, v Are being shown by MRS.LHOLLENWAGER, Prices are always as low as is consistent with tbe work done. Ladies are invited to call and examine. . A Dress-Making Department, makimr a specialtv of fine work, is In obarfce of Mis Hanlon, (late of Bullene, Moore X ilitnory, or K.anas uity) an adept in the art of cutting, fitting and do ing tine work. Tbe patronage of the ladies is solicited. All work guaranteed. Prices from $5.00 up. A. T. ROGERS. . LATH OF P.OGES8 BHOS. Practical HorsieshoGr General Blaaxsmltbing, Wagon and Carriage Repairing, neatly and , promptly done... . b a jllsro acl Ave Opposite Browne & If amanares Co., EAST LAS VEGAS, N?W MEXICO. O.S. ROGERS, Practical Horse-ShDer, LAS VEGAS, If. M.I Ros. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west end of bridge. . Special attention given to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith ing j and woodwork. rAU ."work promptly done and aatisfactiorf guaranteed. PHENIX MEAT MARKET, J. S, Dillon, Prop. Dealer in all kinds of FRESH MEATS, HAM3 ANDBAC0N, Fish, Game and Poultry in Season. ORDERS SOLICITED. tjB. J. OFFlCKUSl CUNNINGHAM, President,- - . , V' ;fKANX SPBINGEB, Vice-Preeident. .: " J. T. EOSKLNS, 0-. ' -"- , ': F. ?. JANUAKY. Aaaktant Caahier." ET IWTERaST PAID QW TUBB DKgOSIT9 tj& ' ' flBNBT GOKB, PreS ; H. W. Kbllt, Vice Pres. , . D. T. LToBxnfi, Treat. " Rianch and Mining Supplies r - Pence Wire, Nails, : V Picks and Shovels. : BLASTING :8 GIANT - PQWDER, THE LAS VEGAS SAVINGS BANK. Cement, Shesp Dips, . Sulphur. : Steel Hay Rakes. Wool Sacks. Paid up capital, $30,000. 1 EEg-Savo yonr earnings by derositing them in the Lab Vsoai SAVltias BASK, whert 111 l -! . 1 . 1 m ' 1 1 1 . , . . 1 11 . It I .uuy vt 111 urtuis yuu ail muuiiie, - a very aoiisx mivbq, 1. two aoiior. mu, . ' . . Ko deposits received of less than $1. ' . . : ' ' Interest paid on alt deposits of $9 and over. A large and complete line of 1 IMPLEME Plows and Points Kept constantly oniar.d, together with Garden Hose, Wire Netting, Poultry and Fence Wire, T0VE8 AND EANGES 6 every description. Your patronage is solicited at the GId Town Hardware Store, s NEW. BUILD1KG, D, WINTERNITZ. lilnl' ... vmta ffl . Winn . Mill. -, . None ' 'ImM-- ' Better. BAlI "W.GQ3STSJ PLAZA HOTEL Las Vega., New .Mexico. only first-class house in the Headquarters for stockmeni a. duva;l, &irrAtt city. i In charge of Cnlslno Department. Itatss: SSo per meal; $6 per weeS. Tables supplledi wltb everything the market alfords. MRS. S. B, DAVIS Lessee: Booms bv the day for 50c to $1.00; by 2 month, 6 to $12. - 4326 & .328 Railroad Avenu. .; DEAXKB8 CT " - GENERAL MERCHANDISE Goods delivered free to all paru of the city. Call and examine oar stoc ot v fore purchasing, and be toonvinocd of our" low prices. Complete line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. t A. A.i WISE, Notary Public Established 1881. - P. C. HOQSETT WISE & HOQSETT, LOANS AND REAL ESTATE, Sixth and Douglas Aves., East Las Vegis, N. M. improved and Unimproved Lands and City Property for sale. Investments made and aiienaea to ror aon-restaencs. xities ezamtnea, uents collected and Taxes paid. CARRIAGE REPOSITORY T1A flnnnt lln fit Pari-facra. Dnffirfn. Landaus, Sa.reys, Thsstons and fioud Carts In th Southwest, ol the best manufacture . LJvery and Feed 8 tables. RIDCI STSEET, LAS C0AI (Saccessorto Coors Bros.) -' ,t WHOLESALE AK RETAIL DSALRB VX j HAEDWAHS. LUMBER, SiSH, BOOSS, BIffiS, VAMSIES Paints, Oila arid Glasa. Cerrillos Hard and Soft Coal. EAST LAS VEGAS, ' - :- NEW MEXICO TttliSPHOSB 5o. 53 Goofls delivered free la city. ... lew Mexico Planing fill B0ILD1HG MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS ANO STYLES SASH, DOORS, SCREEN, ETC. ; and Biii In Limhsr Shinirles, etc. Estimates cheerfully furnishetl . Special Prices to Contractors rs contractors. Office and Mill Corner Seventh and Jackson Streets, East Las Vegas. ...... TELEPHONE 68. ' to JOHN R. STILL, ; Contractor . and Builder, Office next djor west of TBI Orrio, T Siftlding, ' r O A. I South Side Plaza, Bargains offered of UNEQUAL VALUES, In all our Departments THIS WEEK. 4 Our $z oo, $2.35 and $2.50 .. f Parasols, in Shades, . f . . . - W ith Large Ruflles, - t We of fer for $1.50. - ' We offer our assortment of . f Brocaded Figured Silks, J In the most desirable patterns, f For 79c. Value la $i.oo.J t-''1 ''y': ' FANCY" SUxMGR SILKS - Dark Ground, FOR as CENTS. ilAEFNERl ROSSIER, Agents for m mm mi AND iwiua -" - . Proprietors Soda Bottling Works. B. C. PITTENGER & CO. ' OTEAf l LAUNDRY, Goods called fort",' and delivered,. .. '