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4 V 4 : THE DAILY OPTIC. The People's Paper. kef Mexico Has tit Finest Climate la tbe Worifl MONDAY EVENING. AUGUST 10, 1806. METROPOLIS MISCELLANY. J. Blehl, leading undertaker. 63tt Furnished room 833 Fifth street. 280-Ot Probate court was in session this after noon. ... -, The Central hotel now runs a carriage to 11 trains. Macbeth Water cure stomach trouble. SOBi Read the Hopewell letter in this paper to day. Other letters from this camp wtu follow. ';r'"1' ' ' , The judges of the land court were aboard Saturday evening's south bound train, en route to Santa Fe. .; - . - It is estimated that there are at least 60,000 bead ot sheep on tbe mesa within fifteen miles of Las Vegas. T. B. McNalr has accepted a position with the Browne & Manzanares Co., and will not return to Halt Lake City. Wm. Smith, tbe Chicago oook imported (or the Oelmonlco restaurant now bus a position in the Plaza botel kitchen. Myer Cobn and family, now living in old town, will remove to tbe east side, so soon as a suitable bouse may be procured. , ' Tbe rumor from Katon, that two burroi and ' a Mexican bad been (onnd in the reservoir, up there, bas been dented, 1 A single set r f harness ws atnlan ' from the mill yard of 8. A. Clements last night. A reward will be paid for tbe return of same. :' Tbe latest reports from Santa Fe state that Delegate Catron is "breaking in" a wheel, and will learn to ride it, If It takes all summer. ! Clifford O'Bryan, nephew of J, D. O'Bryan, and formerly a resident of tbis city, died on Saturday, August 1st, at Philadelphia. Scaffolding bas been erected around one ot tbe tall steel chimneys of tbe electric light pianr, and needed repairs are being made on the same. The Bryan club met Saturday evening and proceeded to tbe business of enrolling names of members of the club. Over 160 names were enrolled. Old timers will be surprised to learn that the' widow of tbe late William Griffin, a former banker of Santa Fe, is happily mar ried in Kacsas City. A good audience was in attendance at the A. M. E. church, yesterday evening, to listen to an able sermon on the text,' "The pestilence," Luke 21 :11. There will be a special meeting of the A. O. TJ. W., to-morrow evening. There is business of importance to transact and all members are earnestly requested to be present. Percy Crews, formerly of the firm of Turner & Crews, has located a ranch up near liociada, 10,000 feet above sea level, It is well timbered, but tbe Joke is that Percy can't saw wood. , Tbe game of base ball yesterday between tbe Gold Bugs and tbe Bryan reserves ended with a score of 36 to 13 in favor of the latter. Tbe Gold Bugs claim that tbey should have beaten 10 to 1. George Ward, Dr. E. B. Shaw and J. Tbornbill are doing some good work on tbe boulevard, between tbe residences of G. A. Botbgeb and J. Tbornbill. Tbey need the assistance ot the citizens of Las Vegas who can furnish teams. ' Charles Ilfeld, M. L. Cooley, Lou Hanson and Charles Townley have already contributed aid in this manner. -', ... " Alfredo Geoff rlon and Miss Rayitos Or tego were joined in the holy bonds of mat rimony. this morning, Becundo Romero aoting as groomsman and Mrs. Becundo ' Romero as bride's maid. The happy young - couple are well and favorably known In i this city and hVta host of . friends who join with Tbh Optic, in wishing them a Ipng, happy and prosperous life together. Neal V. Mansur, nephew of A. M. Black well of tbis city, died at Ratori Sunday morning of appendicitis. The body will , be taken back to Missouri for interment. This is ;an exceedingly sad. death. ' The young man was 19 years old, tbe lastot his ; .family, and book-keeper in tbe First Na tional bank of Raton, with every promise of a bright and prosperous future before him. -' -" Late Saturday, evening, four lads, An drew-' Monsimer, , aged,, twelve, i Alfredo Sena, nine, Andres Sena, twelve, and Rey mundo Lopez, seventeen, were arrested for racing their horses through the streets ot East Las Vegas, and taken before Judge Wooster. His honor discharged tbe younger boys, but assessed costs amount ing to $4.00 against the Lopes lad, who is old enough to know better. Col. R. L- Nichols, of the Athens mining and milling company, at Hematite, left this neon on tbe Gulf train for Denver, to look after the shipment of tbe company's new mill to its gold property west of La Belle. The Athens company bas some splendid property, and is working it in a business-like way. It has opened np tbe lead, and has an immense body of low grade ore, which recently gave returns from a mil! ran of over $12 to the ton." Col. Rtcbois recently refused an otter of $i00, 000 for one of the company's properties, tbe "Yellow Jacket," and It has others fully as promising, but not so well devel oped. Trinidad New j. MYSTERIOUS. Belief That Young Hemlnitway's Wound Was Net Accidental. Yonng Hemingway, who was so danger ously wounded near Pecos town Thursday, has not held bis own and bis condition is now considered critical. Though origi nally reported as accidental, tbe affair as sumed an air ot mystery. Hemingway maintains it was an accident, but it is credited that be was shot by some one whose name he refuses to divulge. Mrs. Hemingway, daughter of Senator George and mother ot tbe wounded 'man. leaves Mississippi toa!gbt forgaata Fe. feme-J trot. . ; . A SMOOTH BURGLAR. , The Man Whe Swiped Judge Loaf's Watca Comes to Orkl In Albuquerque. Marshal Clay received word from Albn queique, Saturday evening, not to come af ter the burglar, who be expected to bring up here, as they bad three oases against blm there and would take oare ot blm. . Ac cordingly Mr, Clay stayed at bom. , Tbe man under arrest is known as Ivlan T. Jacqules, aliaa E. A. Jones, and Is pnly about twenty-one rears of age, but is evi dently ao expert. His first orooked work in Alhuquorque was tbe stealing ot some tools from Carpenter iewlander, whose shop Is on Soutb First street. These be pawned at Oxendlne's, on Gold avenue. On Thursday be stole Lawyer Bernard Rodey's bicycle from bis bouse, on Kent - avenue and Eighth street. Friday morning be rented tbe furnished bouse from E. H. Dunbar, at 610 -West Lead aven-ie, belonging to Mrs. Hogan, and shortly afterward sold tbe furniture to William E. Franklin, together with Mr. Rodey's bioycle, for $32. Daring tb day, be pawned a Columbus gold watoh, which was discovered to belong to Judge Long, for V at the Albuquerque Auction com paoy's and while there stole a gold-testing apparatus, which was afterwards found ainong u is eSoCii. :' Everything stolen in Albuquerque has been reoovered. Tbe thief was cute enough to try and conceal bis identity by shaving off bis mustache and purchasing a suit of clothes of a different color. , The old suit was found In a room at tbe Lockbart- Arm IJo. ; m' ' the SUPREME COURT.- ; ' - Motions to Dismiss Four More Write of Error la Murder Cases DeniedOther Court ' ' Matters. In tbe supreme oourt Friday,' says Sat urday's New Mexican, the motion to quaBh and dismiss tbe writs ot error in tbe cases of Perfeotd Padllla, Scipio Agullar, Pionl oto Sandoval and Jose Padilla, all nnder sentence of death for murder, were denied and the cases were set for argument on their mrits. Tbe case of Perfecto Padllla, plaintiff in error, vs. Tbe Territory of New Mexico, was subsequently argued and submitted, the full bench participating in the hearing' except Jndge Laugblin, who served a the' trial judge. Chas. A, Spiess appeared for the plaintiff In error, and Solicitor-General Victory for tbe Territory. The case ot Nellie Holmes, plaintiff In error, vs. Bartiett & Trier, defendants in error, was also argued and submitted. Neill B. Field appeared for the plaintiff and W. B. Childers for the defendants in error.- ' -. An account of Guy H. Herbert, for ser vices as V. S. court commissioner in the Third judicial district for tbe quarter ended June 30th.. was allowed at $70.10. i , ' Under an arrangement heretofore an nounced, the court will, hear no arguments to-day and Monday, but will devote these days to considering cases nnder advise ment. '- ' 1 PERSONAL PEN CI LINOS. -Judge H. B. Hamilton is in the city. A. A. Jones is in return from Santa Fe. J. M. Hernandez spent Sunday in Santa Fe. John Pace bas returned to tbe city from Hopewell. Tbos. Walton returned to Mora early Sunday morning. . r Chas. Springer was in the city a while Sunday morning. ' Judge H. L. Waldo arrived home from a trip east, Saturday. ,- I. H. Rapp is back from a quiok trip tb Raton and Trinidad. H. W, Reynolds, of Albuquerque, went up the road yesterday. ' Paul D. St.Vrain drove down, this morn ing, from his Mora home. Emetario Gallegos, the sheep man of Union county, Is in the city. Major E. H. Salazar returned to the city from Santa Fe, tbis morning. . Judge Louis Sulzbackerleft for Colorado Springs on the early train Sunday. Robert Dunlop, brother of Mrs. C. C. Gise, returned to Denver yesterday. T. H. Mitchell passed through Las Vegas for Guadalajara, Mexico, yesterday. C. B. McEInnis leaves boos, - to try his fortune in the Hopewell-gold camp. Col. O.G.French and Miss Etta Head came down from Watrous tbis morning Miss Nora Morrlsey went over to Giori- eta Saturday eyening,on a visit to friends. Anicetd Abeytia and family returned to Las Vegas on the early train Sunday morn ing. - ; -; - ' Sol Medding, Pueblo, J. C. Myers. Na oona, Tex., are stoppine at tbe Central hotel. - r-.- ; ,;; W. G. Riner, Philadelphia, and .'Fred Simon, Louisville, Ky.. are at the Depot betel. . - I.-,';.: - -; Emetrlo Gallegos and Rafel Gallegos, Lo Alamas, are registered at the New Optic. ; Jake Llpman, peddling suspenders, at wholesale, though, Ja 'doing, the ''city,'. to-day. '. "; ....... Mrs. A. A. Keen, daughter of ..Mrs, J. A; Wisner, returned to. Albuquerque Hatur day evening. T. E. Mitchell, of -the cattle sanitary board, was a passenger to Santa F Satur day evening. ' Mrs. R. E. Twitchell returned last even ing from 4 visit at Cincinnati, Ohio, and St. Joseph, Mo. Miss C. Potter who has spent some time at the hot springs,' left for "Colorado Springs yesterday. 9 V. .p. Safford, superintendent on the Mexican Central, was a through passenger. south-bound, yesterday. Mrs. J. LaVelle, who is here with her in valid husband ?sne.a tn mtn.. t t i viiie, Kentucky, soon. B. O. McCary, of somewhere, for some where, was a south -bound passenger yes terday, riding on a flrst-class pass. R. H. Hunt came In yesterday from his Rociada ranch and stocked op on supplies and pulled out, early this morning. , Chas. Spiess and wife arrived in the dry Sunday morning, Mrs, 8p'Uss to remain lis. La Vegas a tew days, visiting friends. Mrs. Allfe D. Glasiford, daughter of Mr. 8. B. Davis, and sons Pelbam E. and Win A., arrived in the city Saturday evening. H. N. Tipton, Bapello; . Miss C. Potter, Toledo; E. Gallegos aod Manuel Faentes Geneva and Geo. F. Etroon. Clebinrae. Texas, are registered at tb Flag botel. M. Detterick and N. B. Boseberry left overland for near Bowe, on tbe Pecos, to accompany Rev. A. A. Layton and familv and Mrs. U, DeMerier and children b " t f Swltobman K. hobioaon Is taking a lay qff. .. ' ij v. -';, W. VV. Arnold ana wife went soutb, Saturday evening. Conductor Ed, Moore bas returned to tbe city from Hopewell, Bedwlck Norman, tie inspector, came in on No. 1 Saturday evening. , C. C. Blo'gett, of the Colorado Midland, was a passenger west Saturday. J. B. Gillespie, of the. train master's office visited Trinidad, yesterday. ' Traveling Engineer John A. Ross re turned Saturday frou a trip nortb. 1 T. J, Bourne and Cus Peterson returned to Jiaton from Hopewell, yesterday. ' F. B. Sutton of the A. & P., aod wife, passed through tor tb south Batorday evening. ... . , . Mrs. Jerry Qalnn, wife of Conductor Quinn, and operator at Bernal, Is up from that station. . v v; ... .. , ,.. ; Engineer George Tlbbetts and family, of San Maroial, will visit J em is Hot Springs in a day or two. . .On track for Browne & Mantinares com pany, t,a:(Jay, on car each of matches, flour snd coffee. ' " ' rTraIn Dispatcher C. C. Wray accom panied Supt. J. E. Hurley on a bridge In spection trip south, to-day. (. A platform is being built near tb San Marclal water tank,, for storing material belonging to tb car department. . Walter Boardman, ex-eoglneerjwho has eenred a situation on the pump engines at a Cerrillos mine, will, soon remove hi familV to that point. -.' On account of a reduction In the operat ing' force1 at the depot telegraph office, J. E. McMabon- will be night operator, D. Li Haggard goes on tbe day shift, and J. M. Jump will be transferred to Colmor from which place, J. I, Wldner, the present operator, will take a lay-off. SUNDAY OUTINQ NOTES. About twenty-five persons were at San Ignacie for dinner yesterday. . F; P. Wsrlng and family" 'spent Sunday at the popnlrr El Porvenir resort. ' ;' Yesterday was an ideal day for an out ing trip and hundreds took advantage of it. 'A. Mr. Titus, of Missouri, who was a guest of Ef Porvenir, last season, Is again np there, accompanied by his wife. Jose Baca, Miss Margarite Feodarles, and a little daughter of Cbas. Rudulpb, were guests yesterday at El Porvenir. William Schultz, Willie Springer, Cbas. Brown and R. B. Scboonmaker, took a 4 o'clock horseback ride out to Lsguna del GaUo, yesterday. ; . Ed Spor!eder and Phil Doll went op to Harvey's yesterday -morning, returning (n tbe evening. Tbey report tblrty-air peo ple as taking dinner there. , . . Chas. Rosenthal and little sop, Mrs. Leon Manko, daughter and maid,, and Miss Eva Abramowsky, returned to-day from a week's enjoyment at the El Porve nir resort. Telegraph Operators Birdsall.Mason and Sam Levy wheeled out to the San Ignaclo resort,.- yesterday, leaving town, at 9 o'clock, took dinner at 1 o'clock, and were back horn at 6 o'clock. Q jick trip, that. There were over 100 people in the canon near the El Porvenir resort, yesterday, many of whom took lunches along. .Out side of these, seventy-five persons sat down to .dinner in Don Margarito's popular hostelry. Coi. Wm. McEtae is in town to-day from Agua Clara.. He reports tbe hotels out there all doing a thriving business. Among the gnesta are the Messrs. Kittell and Mrs. L. Scbmeider .and daughter, Lulu, of New York, Mrs. A. T. Holland. Corsicana. Texas, and 'J. La Voile, Louisville, Ken tucky. ' Christian Endeavor Evening. '' 'Those who attended tbe Christen En deavor rally at the Presbyterian church, last night, were well repaid. Quite a num ber of the Christian Endeavor hymns ware sung, among which were "Blessed Sun shine," "Keep Step With Jesus, Whatever Betide," and "Faith Is the Victory." Tbe EndeavOrers and pastor read.in con cert, portion of John 15, followed by prayer offered by the pastor. A letter from Hiss Lulu Hamilton, of Socorro, who attended the convention at -Washington was read by Miss May Howard. From this letter was received a glimpse 1 of the "Whole Lot," the name given to tbe plot of ground on which were pitched the three large tents. :? n -.ijiiw -Mis Mabel Milligan read a very inter esting paper, summing up, ber observa tions and experiences while at the conven tion, the tbeme of the paper being, "Six Steps np tbe Mountain." This recapltula tion ot tbe six days' journey up tbe Mount of Transfiguration was very inspiring.' Mrs. Mary Riggle, of Socorro, reviewed her Impressions of the convention to the edification and Inspiration of all present. Tbe entire evening was a happvYnelp ful. one-, and it is to be sincerely regretted that a larger number of the Christian people of " Las Vegas Were not present to hear the echoes from tbe great st gathering of yonng people ever asiem- bled on our shores. Tb pastor, Rav. Skin nor, closed tbe exercise in a few earnest words. He Bald: "Peaoe bas its victories no less tban war, and tbis army of 50,000 young people is the largest which ever passed in review before tb capitol building in Washington since the federal troaps marched by at the close ef the late war. Mrs. Tbos. Harrison was overcome by tbe beat this afternoon. This is the first case ot beat prostration that has occurred in Las Vegas In many years, and fortun ately this case is not considered serious. . . Awarded Highest Hnors World's Fair.' :;,DR? OIEAT.3 DAEIFJG MOST PERFECT MADE. A tMire Crane Cream nf Tartar PnurrW amn,:n A?.. at a V. . 40 )Twrt ttt Suaini. First class Goods nt Lowest Prices. n Fancy and Staple .Groceries. ah Fruits and Vegetable, Fish and Oysters;... in Season. ' Telephone 10. Oold Claim for Sale. A halMncerjest In, a .bonanza prospect, thirty-one feet 'down; assays lll and up. This claim is surveyed and recorded, and Is the best gold proposition ever offered in New Mexico. Subject "to tbe closest In speotlon. . For iiartiQulfis address f r?w-' G"0.l.iHCTQHls05, 20tf -y."! , z1 ;Il"ew Optio hoteir . rjood ior la Igestlon. I bad been suffering with Indigestion for year, and .bod tried almost all the rem edies that I saw'advjsrtlsed, ,but was cot benefited, siubeth-nliperal water, bas ben efited me more than anything else, and I would not be without it at any price, and lean heartily recommend it to any one suffering with stomach trouble, or indiges tion. S32tf Mas. T. F. Clay. Tourist Rate to tb Qrand Canon. From Las Vegas to Grand Canon of tbe Colorado river aod return, $58 60. Thirty days' -transit limit in each direotion. Final return limit, ninety days from date of sale. - The stage wilUeave Flamtaff, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, con necting with our through California trains in each direction. : Returnipat, it will leave the Grand Canon Tuesday , Thursdays and Saturdays. The ride to tbe canon ia.over a good road and occupies about eleveu hours.- Stations nave been established along tbe route, and at tbe canon for tbe accommodation of tourists. C. F. Jokes, Agent. Think of us first, GIF Think of us last, Think of us always, When You are Thinking of Buying Anything. " f If buying for" the boys, think of those suits and single pants that we reduce, to day! ., . , : ': ; -;- , Suits that were $.t.50 to $1.95. Suits that were $0.00 to $3 75. And so on through the stock. 60c and 75c Knee Fants, 25c. Single Vests, all - 25c. ft ' " . ' ' - K If bnyintr for tbe girls or boys, think of our Bargain Counter offer of 1 Soring-heel School Shoes,at hard times prices.. . Ladies when buying Corsets, seldom think of any other tban 'the- W. B., which we claim to be about perfection.? New line Just now opened, j :; yf ILFELD'S. Cash Novelty Dry Goods Store, prices jsivOwAT oro bits i This Week only, 1 ; On Our Bargain Counter, at C Our entire stock of Cotton Duck, Figured Grass Linen, Dimity, Batist, Lawns', Chaliies and Ginghams. Must IVjake Room for Fall Stock. HEP LEW 4 BRO., Sixth Street, Opposite Postofiice. . ..... . " DIXON'S SILICA GRAPHITE," IS THE BEST PAINT FOR ROOFS. ' - For sale by - .. ;v , , " DEALERS IN elEiL IIARD17ARE, Stoves and Tinware. MASONIC TEMPLE, EAST LAS VEGAS. SPATTY Handles the Only Steel 'MM Stoves '. IN THE MARKET. SEE OTXSEnEI Plumbing Tinning; iWard Block, Bailroad Are., Mrs. Wm. Goin, Prop. Tables Served With THE SUSOH AFFORDS, Cooked and Served in tbe Highest Order. Meals, 26o. Board by week, $5. A trial will convince you of the merltl Of TV UQVXIi RESTAURANT. BUSINESS POINTICRS. Walter Dearden, assayer and chemist Trinidad, Colo. , . 187-tf It you want to buy or sell oattle, woo or she-p, don't fail to see or write J. Minium, wool and live stock broker, Bast Las Ve gas, New Mexico. IIo will save you money, 222w&dtf Go to G. V. Reed & Co., for your plumb ing and tin work. All work don. at very reasonable prices. Try us and be con vlnced. : 800-tf. Bicycles for Kent. New, standard make, '86 Model blcyoles to rent, by tba hour, to both ladies and gentlemen. TllBO SOHOEUMANN, 213-tf Gunsmith, Center St . Bicycles on Easy Payment. High grade bicycles, Thistles, Eagles, Wintops, . Ajax, Kelley-Maus, Wolff American, F.atherstone, (40 to 1 100. Children's full ball-bearing, pneumatlo tire, 125. ;. " . Ladles' '1)0 model, twenty-two pounds $56- ; Cash or easy payments; tt , . Mkknih, 006 Douglas avenue. Rates to City ot Mexico. Las Vhoas, N. M., March 9th, 1896. Round trip rates to City of Mexloo, from La Vegas, $66.70. Going limit, sixty days, with final return limit, of six months from date of sale, RATK8 TO PHOENIX, ' Tourist rates to Phoenix, Aria., and re turn from Las Vegas, $48.50 Limits, fifteen days, in each direction with final limit of six months. tf O. F. Jonas, Agent. Native bran at the Las Vegas Roller mills, at 800. per 100. ' 160-tf For parties, concerts and socials, rent Rosenthal Bros', ball: ' -.. 50-s-tf Thinking of an easy chair? We wish to show you some handsome new Heed Rock- npi jirm vi!!r and 'scspt.os (.hair tbey are so comfort hie, sn durable, so "easy" in prlos $3.75, and upwards. ; I.'8 high time to think ot canning fruit ana mamng -iiies and. ot course, totblnk of tbe Ma'on Jars and Jelly Tumblers, which we have In large quantities, and at bottom prices. . When tbiaking of new dishes, remember nnr basement room, where the Royal, Vitreous, White Iron-stone China, can be had at 912 50 for Dinner Sec ot 110 pieces, or any desired pieces may be select ed from open stock. The Plaza. A YARD, 0) 0) la 32 inch Duck So kings for Outing; Flannel for Outing Flannel' for Zephyr. Gingham for '" Zephyr Gingham for : -Shirt Waists." for " Shirt WaiMs for Shirt Waists for Half Wool ChaJJies for 15C - l8 :- 75C $I.OO $1-75 2SC ROSEN Tie Spottr W al M Co., Summer jF1 IE !Ej -'m---a-- Great Reductions on all of Our Spring and Summer Goods. ALL TAN SHOES AT COST! MASONIC TEMPLE. ,' t. DICIIIEL'S COLLEGE, SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO. Fall Term Opens September ist. For particulars, apply to BROTHER BOTULPH. -THE MUSIC DEALER, , : Carries the most complete stock of music.il floods in the Territory. Mail orders promptly filled. .. . ? The Plaza, BROSS, B Wholesale Grocers ;vVool Dealers, asl Las Yogas and Albnquerqne, Neir Mexico. GROSS, BLACKWELL & KELLY WOOL, ioo, ioa and 104 North Second St.; a. St. Louis, Mo. L. WE THAL & CO. 826 & 328 Railroad Avenu, D3A.LBE8 IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE Ranch tijijjliesi a. Specialty. Goods delivered free to all parts of the city. Call and examine our atoe ot fore purchasing, and be bonviuced of oar low prices. t . ' Complete line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. ' "CM WM. MALBO.EUF Is Offering the Greatest Values in Dry Goods, Harness, Clothjng, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes and Groceries. WE'VE A PINE LOT OP GOODS, . ': : - Purchased at a Great Sacrifice, and will give . . " Our Customers the Advantage of this Special Low Prices on Dress Goods. THE BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO BUY YOUR GROCERIES. A. . SENECAL, Manager CENTRAL HOTB MRS. R. FLINT. Prop. Centrally Located. Good Accommodations Bates, $1 25 per Day. Board and Room $5 and $6 per Welt. .- . lit ST'oiliLi Week: I5C Ladies' Seamless Black Hose for 25C Ladies' Seamless Black Hose for 35C Ladies' Seamless Black Hose for IOC Ladies.' Ribbed Vests' for I5C Ladies' Ribbed Vests for 40C Ladies' Ribbed Vest, Short Sleeves, for 50C Ladies' Ribbed Vests, Long Sleeves, for 50C Ladies' Ribbed Combination Suits for rIAL Tlxcs Bcircrfiiix Resort. Reductions -ON Las Vegas, g tuf -pn 4JjLVaasa , is LflCllWELL CO. ND- 4 9C 1 6c 19c 6c 9C 19c 29c 29c- BROS.