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Las 'egas IPaiot ..QUICK.. Are given To all d vi r Users Who uae Tba ooluuios of Tin Optic. ..QUICK.. Are given TCDTTTTr To nil advertiser. . Who use Tbe oolu inn. of Tim OrTJC. a RETURNS IT 11. Jretuhns vol xvn. EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO; MONDAY EVENING, JULY. 0,1800. NO. 211 THAT CHAIRMANSHIP Anyone in Accord With the Ideas of Silver Men Acceptable for Temporary Officers.,." hill" NOW A CANDIDATE The Clans Have Gathered in Chi cngo for To-Momm's big Fight in the Convention. HISTORY-MAKERS AT WORK Chicago, Illinois, July 6. Tbe denioeraiio national convention of 1884, wbcn John Kelly and bis braves walked out of tbe meeting, and General Bragg wrote upon tbe pages of history bid fatuous 'remark that Cleveland was loved for tbe enemies be bad made, and the convention of 1892, with its leaky wigwam and Bourke Cochran's fatuous oration, did not, combined, bring to Chicago such a crowd of sbouters, as many brass b4&,-&Dd marching., clubs,. .and. as much enthusiasm at one end and de pression on tbe other, as marks the eve of tbe opening of the present rally, of tbe democratic hosts. In tbe rotundas and corridors of , the principal hotels, locomotion, save to the extent of a couple of feet an hour, Is well nigh im possible, and guests, are glad to reach tbelr chambers by means of tbe ser rants' stairways and tbe uoaristocratls freight elevators in the kitchen wings The down-town streets, also, are tbe center of a constantly moving throng, which passes north from the Auditori um to the Leland, west to the Welling ton. south by east to the Great North em, north by east again to tbe Palmer and north by west to the Sherman Within t bis radius is to ba found tbe collective brains and wisdom of the democracy of the United States, silver. ites and gold-bugs, as the factions call each other. To morrow at noon tbe strata of surcharged atmosphere will move south some five miles and be set tied over tbe Coliseum building, where 15,000 followers of Jeffereon and Jacfc non will be gathered to assist by votes or voices in making tbe democratic na tional ticket of tbe year of our Lord 1896. THK NATIONAL COMMITTEE. Chicago, Illinois, July C The Palmer bouse was the - canter of at traction, this morning, the meeting of tbe national committee bringing out a rreat' throng. The committee went into session at 10 o'clock to arrange for the distribution of convention tickets. Tbere was a full attendance The march of the campaign- clubs has begun. In addition to tbe Bland boomers, tbe Indiana men arrived yes terday, and the Tope k a flambeau club. . 200 strong, arrived this morning. The Jacksonian club, of Omaha, number ing 250, tbe Br an club,, of Lincoln, Neb., 300, also came io this morning, on a special. At a meeting ' of the Iowa delegates, this morning, a com municaii n was received fi-om Senator Jones, asking tbe Iowa men if thsy would go into a conference of tbe sil ver men to select a nominee for pres. -ident. The delegates unanimously de cided to refer" the request to tbe ex ecutive committee, which was in effect, tabling tbe communication. - National Committeeman Richardson presented his resignation and C. A. Walsh was chosen to succeed bim' V" ChiCaoo, I!l July 6 Notices of contest have been received by the na tional committee in regard to the fol lowing delegations: : Illinois, eleventh district; Indiana, seventh distiict; Jobn P. FeLzel, against Charles . M. Cooper,; Michigan, three districts (not specitUd) Nebraska, the whole j dele gation; Ohio, eighteenth district, Clark and Baff against SchweHser and Patts; Sou'h Dakota, the whole delegation; Texas, the whole delegation. ' - Tbe committee re-assembled at IS :45 o'clock. The first thing announced was "with regret" that the request of the press associations to have repre sentatives present during sessions could not be granted. ' r. Secretary Sheerin then called tbe roll, fie stated in the lobby that tep retjf ntatlves of tbe bl-metalllc league would be received. Senator Jones, spokesman (or tbe delegation from the league, stated that the selection of any onern hearty accord with the ideas of the silver men, would be acceptable for temporary chairman. He was given I a respectful hearing and then he with drew, without any reply being made to bis request. It was decided by a secret vote to proceed first to tbe settlement . of the contests for seats in the conven. tion, rather than -for -, places on 'he temporary roll. It Is stated that the gold contestants from Texas have with drawn their content. IK FOE MA L VOTES TAKEN. The first rote taken by the Illinois delegation wan an informal one, ' upon tbe choice of the delegates present for president. It resulted; Richard P. Bland, 26 ; , Adlal E. Stevenson, 7; Chief Justice Craig, of tbe Illinois supreme court, 4 ; Horace Boies, ; Henry 11. Teller, 1; W. J. Bryan, 1; total, 43. Forty-four members of tbe delegation were present, but bne dil not rote on the first ballot. . The four absentees were classed in! tba anti Bland column. Governor Altgeld U (be delegation's unanimous ohaioe for chairman of tbe convention. , Tbe Iowa delegates met this morn ing, D selected a committeeman. Tbe delegates fioni tba first and second districts declared against silver, and tbe delegation declined to let tbera go on record agajnat the white metal. FOB TKiSrOUAfJfcn AIRMAN. -'" Tne silver wing oi ae jveDraska d;i(gsitiiin bas beea crganijted.'" The I!tuuv,i delegation this morning when polled formally, gr 1 votes for R. v, jjsmm, to pim- Jim wm r lour absentees. Astheur.it rule pre vails, this means lor'y eight votes for the Missouri candidate.' lis Re;, resen- tativa . J. Bryan, .of Oruaha, is being urged by bis fi lends fir temporary chairman of I bo convention. Tbe Mississippi delegation, this morning, egreea to support him, and his men s in other statts are actively working Br) an, this aftf moon, declined to dis. cuss the situation until after action is taken by tbe national committee in recommending a temporary chairman. Tbe cOmmtttee appointed by tbe silver men to look after tbeir interes's in tbe matter of the selection of temporary chairman for tbe convention held a final conference and ' decided tbey would not appear befjre tbe ns tlonal comojittee la a formal manner to cuggest a candidate for that effioe. This meeting was attendod by a full 'membership. Meanwhile, tbe silver members of the national com. mlttee have seen another programme agreed upon. Tbey have determined tbat.Seqalor Jones, acting spokesman of the silver committee, should appear before tbe national oommittee and make a statement that the silver men bad no name to suggest tut Wf re ready to abide by suoh action as tbe silver minority of the committee might decide upon. I'd is will be done to avoid any appearance of ' dictalidn. Tbe silver minority of the national committee, It isaid, will see that a thorough silver man is named. There is a desire oh the part of a number for Senator Blackburn to accept the place, but tbe minority will probably present the name of Senator Daniel.-' Senator White has declined to permit his name to bq meutioned. HILL A CANDIDATE. Senator David B. Hill, Wm. C.Whit ney, Senator Cantos, and National Committeeman Sbeebao held a con ference at noon at tbe Palmer bouse, At the conclusion of the meeting, Sbeeban said that Hill bad declared himself a candidate for tbe temporary chairmanship of tbe national conven tion. - i. ONE VIEW;,. OF THE SITUATION. The situation is precisely what it was a week ago. Assured of their overwhelming oontrol, the friend, of the white metal are ready to oonoede neither jot, nor tittle. An out-and-out free-silver and revenue-tariff platform, and candidates whose cloth is cut to fit the garment, is the program The national committee is in session, to day, with Chairman Ilarrity presiding, and will complete the designation of the temporary organization, together with whatever routine matters , may have been left for a final disposition A conference is also in progress to-day between the executive committee of the national association of democratic clubs aud tbe chairman of the twenty state organizations. Tbe business in order Is to - arrange for the national convention of the league, which is to be held-B$fc touiS next September. National President Cbaunoey F. Black, of Illinois, Lis absent through illness; and postmaster-General Wilson, who is chairman Of tbe executive commit tee," has also been prevented from at tending; the latter having given his proxy to Congressman Benson McMil lan, of Tennessee. . THE TAMMAKTITES. The redoubtable Tammany delegation arrived tbis morning on two special trains, full of vim and energy for sound money. Tbey" were met at tbe 'depot by a delegation from tbe Iroquois club and a big, nondescript crowd, and es. corted to tbe. Auditorium with bands and banders and a big noise generally. TO BB NOTIFIED. An Official Visit to Be Paid to Vke-Preildcntial - Nominee. New York, July 6 The members of tbe committee designated by tbe St. Louis convention to wait upon Hon. (Jarret A. Hobart, and notify him of hi nomination as vice-president,-are gathering bera to-day preparatory to the performance of that duty. Tbis evening at 8 o'clock, there will be a formal round-up at the Fifth Avenue hotel, and to-morrow the committee will proceed in a body to Patterson, where Mr. Hobart resides. The committee Is beaded by Hon. Charles VV. Fairbanks, of Indianapolis, who 'was temporary chairman of the St. Louis convention, and its member- hip is as follows: -Alabama, W. R Pettiford; Arkansas,! Johu Haddis; California, Eli DeniO ; Connecticut, Edwin O. Keeler; Delaware, II. A. Du pont; Florida, DnnhivEgjMo; Georgia, M.J. Doyle; Illinois, I.-hjS Edwards; Indiana, Jesse VVeiok; Iowa, C. W. Junkin; Kansas, Frank Vincent; Ken tucky, John U. White; Maine, Stanley Cueman; Maryland, W. ti. Tuck; Massachuset's, Willard J. Hale; Michigan, R. A. A'gerf. Minnesota. A D. Davidson jTMisaissippi, J;' E Ous ley; Missouri, B. F. Leonard t Ne braska, John T. Bressler; New Hamp shire, James A. Wood ; New Jersey, W. Barbour; New York, L. Stewart; North Carolina, J. H. Hamon ; Nortb Carolina, J. M. Devine; Ohio,' George Ketcbam; Oregon, C. W. ' Parish; Pentsylvacia, H. S. D.nny: South Cirrolina, C. J. Pride; South Dakota, II.' T. Meacbam; Tennessee, II. C. Jarris; Texas, J. O Luby ; Utah, J. A. Smith i Vermont, E. C. Smith; Vir ginia, R. T. Hubbard ( Washington, James ' M. Gilbert ; West Virginia, P. E. Houston ; Wisconsin, Julius Robrer; Wyoming, B. F; Fowler; New Mexico, Pedro Perea; Oklahoma, William Grimes District of Columbia, John Coyle; Alaska, C. W. Young. ' The Heselans. . , . Detroit,' Mich., July 6 Hessians from many parts of tbe United States are coming in to-day to take part in tba national convention of tbe Hessian benevolent sodlaty of tbe United States. This morning was devoted to the re ception of delegates, while this after noon tbe convention was opened .with addresses of welcome and responses, Between BOQ atd f 00 delegates werf la ltBD(Japg, THE DAY OBSERVED A Brutal Negro Hanged on the i Fourth, of July at Rockville, Maryland. MORNING CLOUD BURSTS James Durham, the Murderer of Six Persons Near San Diego, Is Nabbed. THE CLEVELAND STRIKE Rockville, Maryland, July bidnev Kandolpb. colored, who was oonfioed In tbe Montgomery County tail bere for a brutal assault upon tbe Buxton family, of Gaithersburg, mad lune zstb, and as a result of wbiob Sadie Buxton, a nine year old ,dau( ter died, was taken from jiil at early ' hour Saturday by a mob of twenty or thirty people and hanged Kandolpb protested bis innocence Tbe mob was well organized and tb entire affair was conducted quietly and quickly. Tbe motive for Randolph1 assault on tbe Buxton family has never been learned but it is generally be lieved that it was revenge for Buxton's testimony in a case against a friend Randolph's. of ! - Walling to be Electrocuted. ' t Cincinnati, Ohio, July 6. Judge Helm this morning overruled a motion for a new trial of Alonzb Walling, con vlcted of the murder of Pearl Bryan, and sentenced him to death on August 7th. Stanley SuHerf a Itelapse. London, Eag , July 6th, Henry M. Stanley, tbe African explorer .and member of parliament for North Lam beth, who has been ill several weeks, wnh gastritis, suffered a relapse last night and is now Ijing in a very criti cal condition. , ; " ' An Advancing; Market. ' Wall Street, N. Y., July 6 Bust ness was renamed at the stock ex change, after a double holiday, with t firm and advancing market for stocks. rue improvement at tbe opening was equal to pef cent.,' and was most marked in sugar, St. Paul, North west and L. AN. Tbe Healer Regatta. London', - England, July 6 The Henley regatta opened to-day, and an immense throng of Londoners has gone down to tbe noted resort (or tbe pur pose of witnessing the preliminary con tests, as well as the great passage of arms, to-mcrrow, between . tbe boys from Yale and tbe British oarsmen.-' If there is an American left In town, be or she is not td ba found at the usual Yankee resorts or . shopping empori ums, betting favors tbe Americans, and with fine weather a memorable race is looked for. The Illinois Campaign. Peoria,' Ills., July 6 I'be next con vention of the state league of repub lican clubs, and which will be made notable by,: the presence of General Garret A. " Hobart, - the republican nominee for tbe vioe presidency, will probably be held in tbis city. Tbe executive oommittee of tbe organiza tion, headed by Judge Raymond, is bere, today, for. the' purpose of conferring with the looal authorities regarding the facilities and accommo dations. The convention is to ba held early in September, and will mark the formal opening of the Illinois cam paign. . Authorities on the Alert.. Cleveland, Ohio, July 6 The Brown Hoist strike situation was quiet, tbis morning, but it was tbe quietness of a . volcano. Fifty-five policemen were stationed at the works, with 600 men of the fifth regiment and a Gat. ling gun battery. The Cleveland Grays are ready, for instant aciiuo. Tbe works will close for the day at 4 :30 o'clock, this afternoon. At that hour, the shops in the vicinity will pour out thlr foroes and the authorities have taken every precaution, In anticipation of a crisis. : Ninety. one men entered thg works, this morning. . En Route for London. New YobkN, Y , Ju'y 6 A Lon don dispatch - says : A. committee of tbe honorable artillery company, of this city, with a special train, is at Liverpool, for the purpose of meet ing the delegation of tbe ancient and honorable .artillery company, of Massachusetts, which is due to day, on tbeiCanard steamship Seryia,'? 1 with a view of escorting them to LuuuuuV Special instructions have been issued by the customs department relative to the prompt examination and transfer of the baggage, of the distinguished visitors, and tbey will be subjected to no inconvenience in tbis regard. A Disastrous Cloud Bunt. Bellaire, Ohio, July 6 A cloud burst occurred early this morning in this section of Oiiio, doing very great damage to property. Sbeep, horses and cattle were drowned ; trestle-work bridges and seven bousts were wrecked, and tbe large canning and preserving works of MoMillen Bros, were swept awsy by the heavy witer in Wegee creek. At this hour no lives are re ported lost. another down pocb. . Wheklin(, W. Va , July 6 A heavy cloud burst, early this morning, raised tbe streams tributary to tbe Oliio river to such an extent as to cause in. estimable damage to this city and tbe Immediate vicinity. Bridges are washed nni nittire ni ihA to!grat-'h lines from bere eight miles south are weakened. At noon, to-day, passenger and freight bridges of tba Baltimore d) Ohio rail, road ia this; pjtjr wors iwept out. I,Utle )c; el (i rtported. Highest of all in Leavening Azz&omvzzm pure PROBABLY CAUOHT. The Murderer of Six Penan now Behind the '! -" Bar. j Fargo, N. Dak., July 6 Jamrs Durham, who killed a family of ' six persons near San Diego,, recently, is thought to bave been captured in tbis oily; He is at present in - the county Jail, awaiting word from the ' authori ties at San Francisco.'' The than came here, a week ago, stole a bicycle,' and rode 100 miles from Fargo before be ing captured. He was brought back," pleaded guilty, fined $100, and sen tenced to thirty days In Jail.' In tbe meantime, Detective Bellis. of this I city, was in correspondence with the San Francisco authorities; and If was ascertained that the description of this man and Durham are identical. When e came 10 mis city, ne reeistereaas Frank Dalton, oi Boston, THE "TWIN" SHAFf OLSASfER. Progress Most DIecouraeingly Slow, and No -i j Hope for the Purled Men.": , v J" I U U i -J i' i Svf -'J Wileksbarrr, Pa., July 6 The excitement attending the "Twin" shaft catastrophe bas. by no means' abated since a report was circulated that rap- pings from tbe men. had been hoard Aooiner tnnrnugn invt!'uon was made during last night, and it was finally learned that Jobn Q wen did the tapping to encourage the miners at work. Owens belonged to one of tbe shifts and was promptly discharged. At l o'clock this morning the rescuers encountered a large rock and very little progress is being made. All hope of finding any one alive has been abai. doned. --(, si , Order of Elk. " Cincinnati, July 6. Tbe city is fill ing up .with delegates and visitors for tbe national re union of tbe Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, add whloh opens to-morrow. Several lodges from this and other states arrived this morn ing on special trains. The frity is gaily decorated, and the local organi- zations have made arrangements for a gala occasion." ' " ' ' " ' Douglas Ave. Butcher Shop. Fresb ranch egfre received daily. Sell more meat for a dollar, than any market o mi ciiy. - S. PATTY Handles the Only. : 5 IN THE MARKET; ' SEE' TXHZEinI Plumbing Tinning. j.thdrnhill; Florist anil Landscaos Gartleii Cut flowers always dn'fraiid. THE LATEST STYLES IN - . nne mill.neru, .... . S-l' v r Are being abown by - MRS. L. HOLLENWAGER. Prices are always as low as is consistcit ith the work done, i Ladies are invited to call and examine. A Drfiss-Makinfl Department, ';Af " maklnp a uDeoralttf of flnh nrnflr. I. In charge Sf MIbj Hanlon, (late of Bullene, Moore .c ntuory, or Kansas ulty) an. m. A . 1 , t. . . . J J, . t : . a , . ng fine work, Tbe patronage of the ladies is ealioiied.i All work guaranteed.- jPpoee from 4.00 op. , s. O.S. Rogers, j-Shoer, LAS VEGAS," IT. M. Nos. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge' streef,.1. wesi'; andf ol bridge. Special attention given to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith ing and woodwork. All work promptly done 1 arid satisfaction euaranteedi. . ." , . -" .,.'. ,,. .rT I . . .: .1 J ... - 1 -; s l j j r ... .. PHCNIX MEAT MARKET, J S, Dillon, Prop. i. ,ir . Dealer in all kind of f v -- FRESH MBiLTS, HAMS AND BACON, Fish, Game" and Poultry in jSeason, ; - r 1 ORDERS gOLieiTKD j "' TriTTTsT ST1TT T XXXJAJ. XV. Contractor and Builder. Offles Bxt door went of Tpi Cmio, leel Kanfie mm Horsf Fowcr. Latest U. S. Gov't Report SEEM BUSINKSS POINTERS. Walter JJearJon, Trinidad, Colo. asaayer and ohemlit 137-tf ' Bnme thing new tinware warranted not to runt, durable and economical. . ' , D. Winternitc, so!e agent. 'Hartmen is agent for Wanamsksr A Brown and Mills & Merrill, fine tailor made clothing. Bee sample's at Hartman't tpT9.- ' 60-tf . Wall paper and picture mouldings, all new 1308 patterns, at H. O. Coora' 138tf .The Lyons bouse Is now run In first class order, and ia tbe best boarding bouse in town for tba price asfecd. i; ; 15(Uf. ; People wishing to sell or bay Improved or uuimproved real estate will, do well to eU( H, Hutchison & Co. 285tf OIIAF Livery and j GOOD RIGS AND Tents and Camping Outfits Furnished Freejwith : , , ;t;. , v . learn i kHorses''boarded by the day or month. Will keep-on hand all kinds ol Ha, ..Grain and Feed. Lowest Rus" ford and Newton Wagons. U v - DOUGLAS AVH.NUE,5 Of LAS Capital Paid in Surplus, - SA1 iGDEL inoL BM DE. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President, v , v .; I FRANK SPBINGEB, ,Vioe-President.-- " Ti 'Z, "x,y;l' . D. T.HOSKJNS, Cashier. ;' .- :;W;':'.V " '" - " " ' - y. B. JANTJABY, Assistant Cashier. jarr ihterest paid oh timk dkposits wa v LAS VEQA5 SAVINGS BANK, r s3T8ave your earnings by depositing them tney wui nring yoo an income. nvery aoiiar savea, is two aonars maae," ' No deposits received of lens than fl. ' r , , ; .., v Interest paid on all deposits of $6 and over. A large' and complete line of 1 L IMPLEMENTS. 1! j Plows and Points . , Kept constantly on' hand, together with Garden Hose, Wire Netting, Poultry and Fence Wire, i STOVES AND BANCES ; ; iin....,j:of every descriptiorur i i .' ! ...i -Ypur.psironage.is solicited ai lhe.n- ' : Old Town Hardware Store, H VV- V-NfiW BUILDING, ,':.,.,. D, WINTERNITZ. Hi Li ROSENTHAL S . 826. & 328 Railroad Avenue. , , " '!- .' DKAX1SBS IN ' - :" iENERAiMiGHiplSE Ranoli f ix J3 plies et Specialty. Goods delivered free to all parts ol the city.' Call and examine our stoea ot 1 -i i oro parohasing, and be iionvi&ced of pur low prices. - " Complete line 'oi Cartridges and Ammonition always on hand. . fto A. A. WISH,' Notary Public1 - Katabllshed 1881.-.. J . , . P. C. HOGSKTT. .- WISE & HOQSETT, tOANS AND REAL ESTATE, Sixth and Douglas Aves., East Las VegjsyN. M; -'.J,:'-,'-''- . Improved end Unimproved Lands and City Property for sale. Invostmcnts mads and '' attended to for Non-residents.' Titles examined, Bents oollected and Taxes paid. i , Bargains offered of UNEQUAL VALUES, In ail our Departments1 '" . this week; O , . JB IV 1 I ''is, South Side Plaza, l ,.,Ve offtrjour issoi-tiiient of , ' f " Brocaded Figured Silks, J v In the rnost desirable patterns, For 79c, Valuf Ward Block, Railroad Ave., Mrs. Wm. Qoin, Prop. Tables Herved With " - - EVERHHING THE SEASON AFFORDS, Cooked and Served in tba Highest Order. Meals, 25a. Board by week, $5. A trial will convince you of tbe merits of THE MODEL RESTAURANT. jrjHN HILL, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER ' Manufacturer of Sash and Doors, Mouldings, Scroll Sawing, Surfacing and Matching JPltanlne: Mill and Office Corner ef Blanchard street an Grand avenue. BAST LAS VEGA NEW HEX & IIOllNE, Sale Stable. XI f ELY, GEXTLE nire. - Drices sruaranteed. Aeents for the Give us a cadi. J EAST JA& VEGAS, N. M. VEGAS. $100,000. 50,000. . - a bnbi Gokc, Prf " ; - - fa. W. Kbixt, Vioa Pra. - . , . f D. T. Hoskins, Treas. Paid up capital, $30,000. In the Las Visas BaViwqs Bask, where The Dandy Wind Mill. None Better. V CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. . Tbe finest line of Oarrtagos, Baggies, Landaus, Su.reys. Pbeatons and Soad Iuaris id it; eoowiweat, oi we nest ' manulacturj - I ' ' ' Id very and Fel Stable. ' - IRIDPE STREET. LAI VfOAl Is fi.oo. GO. First National Bank, LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, .: JOSHUA S. BAYNOLD8, Pre3idonr JOHN W, ZOLLARS, Vice-President.' A. B. SMITH, Cashier. Accounts Received Subject to Check. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Bmwne & Maaam Coo East Las Vegas and Socorro, N. M. Wholesale Grocers, Wool, Hides and Pelts. Rbth h and Mining BijppiiEB, Fence Wire, Nails, Picks and Shovels. N 1 Cement,4 Sheep Dips, A vi, v . Steel Hay Rakes. BIIST WAGONS. L 202. (Saooessor to. Coors Bros.) , , WHOLBSAIJt AND RBTA1L DIALER IH HAEIWiRS, LDHBE8, SASH, BOOBS; ism, V VARNISHES Palrits, Oil and Glass. Cerrillos Hard and; Soft Coak EAST LAS VEGAS, - NEW MEXICO TELEPHONE Ho. 56 Goods delivered free In city. New Mexico Planing Mill; A. CaVEMENTS, Pr6p. BUILDING MATERIALS OF ALL, KINDS AND STYLES SASH, DOORS, SCREEN, ETC. Special Prices to Contractors; and Builders, : ; , In Luanbar Shingles, etc, V Estimates cheerfully furnished to r ', ... ... ' . .. ,v .contractors- v.- . Office and Mill Corner Beventhjind Jackson Streets, Kast Las Vegas. - ...... TKLEPHONE 68. ... , . i ' Our $i oo, $2.25 .and $i.$o .,. Parasols, in all Shades, With Large Ruffles, We of fer for $1.50. , FANCY: SUMMER SILKS Dark Ground, FOR jj CENTS. HP. Sulphur. Wool Sacks. PLAZA HOTEL " 1 La. Tegas. New M ex toe. The only 'first-class house in the city. Headquarters for stockmen. A.DUVAL, In ohareeof Cuisine Department. Rates 36o per meal ; $6 per week. Tables supplied wnn every tuing tne market attords. MRSaS.-a, DAVIS Lessee: Rooms by the day for SOo td $1.00: bv 'ajpntb, 6 to $12. COOK HAEFNER & ROSSIER, Agents for Pllllffllfil AND " - Proprietors S6da Bottling Works. B. p. PITTENGER & CO. '7. OTEAf.l LAUriDRY, . . . .Goods called for . .. , nd,delivered,..