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LAS VEGAS DAILY GAZETTE: THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1884.
X THE CITY. Esther, Beautliul Queen. A.tuteoua queen 1 waoae nature 'a splendor t Khlaea In deeds heroic, brave Who faced taih thy race to tare W to late (lad humairo render. All ma? emulate thy daring. Thmgh our Urea we mar not f ire, Yet wa may forothera live, 411 their f riela and aurrowa aharlDK . O. B. W. The basa fiddlo Banc sweetly. Where is flippy-to-tlop Sulzbnelicr for lL iMi lew aays r How soon will his hon -excuse us Mr. Lopci return f Disincorporalion!- flatten your bend gainst a bag of soft tuusb, you ninny. II. W. Wyman shipped a lot of Guckenbeimer'a celebrated rye whisky yasteruay. The Jack-in-the-box will be seen on horseback in a. few data, ridin" like the very as though he was after a Yesterday was onoof those days wlien the reporter had to bold fast to his head gear aud sail with the wind for the ever raceuing item. The Gazettc returns tUanks to Dele gate Manzanares for a largo assortment 01 seeds sent irom tüo agricultural de partment. Little Louise McCiollan is a sweet little child, and is as tasv and graceful as one of mature years, oho was great ly admired last evening. Grand Lecturer W. K. Maynard will ieoture today nt 4 ana 7 p. ru. tit Cuhh man lodge hall. At 7 p. in, ua excropli- Dcalion 01 miru ucgreo. Don't sell your script for less than vou would have sold it for a month ago. Sulxbachor, Lopez & Co. thu.k tiiey have got to the point, but there's many a slip, etc. The fate of tho ppr'n uicetinj for peed Morses on the race Cuur-io will ue decided this evening r jo Knights ol fythias hall. All ) islcd uro in vited. A largo number of Musous will leave Viv GiiMrinl truín IliN timriiiiff fur Vi. ruus to attend the fuucrtil ot Joseph lioylo, which occurs at H o'clock. lie is not of the surco mind more tlniu two days in tho week, but very often thinks he can do so and so. It is all owing to circumstances and who is present when he talks. This is the last week for oysters. It is gutting too warm to ship with r.ny safety from Kansas City, Billy Hurton, however, says he will receive them the remainder of this week. Dr. M. lleshoar has severed his con nection with the Trinidad Advertiser. S. W. De Husk continues as manager and editor. Tho little sheet up the road appears to have a hard time struggling for existence. The evening paper ututos that the concert to be given by l'roi. Bulla aud his orchestra "has been postponed to YVeduesdav, April 2," tho date lixed upon. Nothing liko keeping tab aud laying for sleepers. District court has convened at Socorro, and the Sun says Juduo liell is not 111 favor of frivolous delays, and is deter mined to see the business of tho court advanced as rapidly as is consistent with tho furtherance of justice. The Gazette was reliably informed yesterday that if Mr. Lopez bad been consulted when incorporation was lirst thought of and tho mayoralty tendered him, no lawsuit or no legislativo fiasco on this subject would have buen thought of; A few months ago any 0110 detected placing obstructions on the track of the Mexican Central railroad and endanger ing peoples' lives were punished with a short term of imprisonment, but now, if caught, thoy will bo shot. This species of amusement is not likely to be very popular in the future. The Gazette, as a journal, is alone i its effort to have a tiprmg meeting of horsemen. And to modestly mention the fact, the Gazette is tho only paper in the territory that has furnished re liable and speedy information of tho doings at Santa Yu since the convening of the legislature. The fJOO.OOO capítol appropriation was partially disbursed at once. At 10 o'clock last night forty-four men were drunk and many more "mellow." There is not enough money circulaiing in Santa 18 to got so many whisky without disbursing a part of tho appro priation. Let the good (?) work go on, Tom. Tonight will occur tho meeting nt Knights of Pythias hall to take steps toward preparing for a spring meeting of horsemen and their flyers. Whether the purpose for which the meeting is called will bo accomplished rests en tirely with those who huvo the matter 111 hand and seek to demonstrate a little Las Vegas enterprise. Attorney Kisko says ho tbiuk-i the govornor will not sign the disincorpora te bill until he.(th governor; consults the attorney general of tho territory and other leading attorneys. Tho Ga zette is ot the opinion the governor will sign the bill for tho reason that Tom Catron has told him to, and uo has our friend Sulzbacher, and so has his hon excuse us, Mr. Lopez. Tho gov. ornor will sign it, you seo if ho doesn't. It is in the program that he should. and every piece in tbo program is plaved ; but without encoró. II. W. Wyman misinformed a Gazette reporter wnen be imparted the inform ation that the monuiueul to be erected to the memory 01 v. ).. Motwy was a generous freak o 'he A., T. oc S. F. road. The near anr1 d friends of the deceased, aniCcg I.' Dr. Cunning- bam. Attorney rr hpriagcr, Mr. Chnsj and others. .i so names have escaped us, have been the active ones in providing a tribute to the memory of the man who pioneered tbo way for the iron horse, the railroad company fur Dishing nothing moro than free trans portation for the handsome monument The El Paso Times thinks "too much praise cannot be bestowed" upon tbo citv marshal of that city and a nolico ofheer for apprehending the wrong man and sending him to Los Vegas to personate Webb. Then the limes says: "Marshal Boring has received a dispatch from bo v. btieldon of New Mexico, assuring him that the roward of 900 for Webb's capture will be paid, which, ot course, will bo shared alike by the marshal and his assistant." Where do Tony Neis and Luosley, 01 the Kocky Mountain a electivo force come in on the reward f Guess they'll get enmpeo. The Gazette is in receipt of s unique invitation to be present at the wedding 01 Mr. liay rorter ana miss I'amiiiu Stubenrauch, the ceremony uniting them t j be performed this (Thursday) even ing, in Silver City, at the residence of Col. J. U. Watu. While Mr. I'ortor is enlarging bis proportions by the ad dition of a "better half," it Is to bo hoped that bis health may not be im paired, and that be may still remain Gay. The Gatette tenders its con fratnlatiom, hoping that the young couple may find the tranquility of the matrimonial sea only disturbed here and there by a little "squall" to give spice to the Journey of life. IIS IS SOT WEBB, But it Might Ins a Fellow Who Was Figuring for a Kepu tatiou. The announcement In the GAZETTE yesterday morning that Detectives Tony Neis anft .Klmer Leusloy had ar rived Tuesday afternoon with a prison er from Kl Paso, whom they clnimod to be Webb, the man who was tinder a life sentence and esrapod from the San Miguel county jail on the night of December!!, ISM, created considerable excitement, and there were man v famil iar with all the circumstances surround ing Webb's case from first to last wno desired to gazo upon bis countenance, if for no other reason than to satisfy themselves as to the identity of the man. Several gentlemen who ought to know W ebb visited the jail yesterday and declared without hesitation that tho prisoner was not tho great crim ina!, who, it is asserted, died from smtdlpox over a year ago. It matters but little, however, whether he did or not since de toe lives Neis and Leusloy feel confident that they have the right man, buttbeircontidonce is based in opposition to tho under standing of men who hayo resided in Las Vegas since tho east side wa platted as a town site, and who mingled with Webb from the time ho came into the territory up to the night of the trag edy which brought about his conviction for a life sentence. Tony Neiq snys tho man was known alow; Hie Mexican Central railroad, in Kl l'aso and othr places as Webb, and that wt'!l-kuu,n hard characters ad dressed iim m mooting in tho streets and else.lici! uy in:.t. cognomen. Tho prisoner sirtd o u reporter yes terday alien. 00a u tho jail that last September 1'oLy Neis and bob brown, another rn 'mer v.. V) Kocky Mountain detective force, visited Chihuahua aud eame to a pl.Mio where ho was holding forth as a barkeeper, and thnt tho trio drank and conversed together. This statement of tho prisoner Mr. Xeis cmn.in'.icp.üy do-ies.aud insinuates that the lellow is a con -itiitional liar. K lowing that Tony's playground in boyhood i'.ays was Ft. Smith, Ark., the reporter su'TKCstod. us he kopt stop with the -wo ileii c'.ivts v.hilo proceed ing from ti l'laza, tliat tho alleged Webb, or "it. 11. Clmi'," as ho gavo in his name, claimed Axiiuusaw tor na tivity. "Well, hu o'jght ,o- bo hung, thon." blurted out th j groat detective. "Did ho say vhr.t part of tho stuto ho camo from P " Toay asked. "No, he did :.ol," replied the report er. A desultory talk followed, after which túo reporter took his leavo, to meet ail parties agnin in the court room- shortly r.fier 7 o'clock, hen tho prison er was arraigi.ed before Judgo Axtoll. An hour befora tho prisoner w-is brought into tho court room Major Ed Freeman w is tclc;,..ned to, on the east Hiiu, to come over and pear w ma U' .enuani. 1 vt un-i out ime Cloning me 111 alter 01 ieo Mr. Freeman eauio and took Uj the case. i-x-ohonu I. hornero and ox Deputy h'.iorill N. Segura, who had charco ot Webb from the timo he was placed in j nl i: 1Ull iiii ho mado his escapo 011 !ho uirnt 01 UoconiDor 2, 1HH1. declared that tho prisoner was not Webb. A photograph taken of Webb at the time ho was under sentence of 1 ath was produced by ex-Deputy Sheriff Segura, and which was exam ined through n stnreosoope by Judgo Axtell, the bar and neurly all the spec tators inside tho sailing. The judge thought the outlines of tho photograph oore a strong rttemiianco 10 me pris oner, hut he could hardly Delievo that a man of Webb's reputation, and a fugi tive from wistico, would float around E l'aso anil allow himself to be ap proached familiarly and addressed as Webb. No other examiner of tho photograph could sue any strik- ng reseuioianeo to tu prisoner, and tho feeling was unani mous that tho wrong man- had been gathered 111 for Webb. AH agreed, however, that tho supposod Webb has been associating with tho notorious murderer, anil nlso Kudabaugh, and he may be needed in tho lower country for somo henious crime committed, and was probably trying to work up a rep utation on tho strength ot Wobb s name, but that ho is tho redoutablo in dividual needed in San Miguel county wont go down with thoso who aro tho most interested. As Attorney White law expressed it, "The prisoner may bo a thief and a murderer an assoeiato for years with outlaws but he's not Webb." Judgo Axtell. however, was not satis d of tho prisoner's innoceneo, anil therefore committed him to jail until such time as he had leisure for further examination, when Attorney Freomati will introduce V. h. r.vans, the pho tographer who mado tho pictnro of Webb, and also O. L. Uregorv, tlio barber who shaved and cut Webb's hair beforo he was taken to Kvans' gallery. The El J'uso Times, m speaking of tho arrest, sovs that after Webb and Rudabnngh escnped from tho Las Vegas jail, thoy mado their way to Old Mexico that Vhavenof bliss" for evil doers Webb for a timo working for a Mexican Central railroad contractor, lludabaugh has also been heard of sov- eral times 111 Durnngo. On Saturday las'. Marshal lio:i: noticed a party on our streets wearing a pair of greon goggles, and his suspicions wore aroused. An cspoinngo was Kept on nis movements, and he made sevoral trips to and fr'iin l'---" del Norte during Sat urday and S'iutlay. by Kundav even ing Marsha' l.unm? nail satisuod liim self who mo mihtruslud party was, and about 8 o'clock .the marshal, accom panied bv Ollieer Jones, at tho Acnin saloon, tapped W'ibbon thoshou'derand Dok him :n custodj. ino arrest was mado so quiet! y and unpretentiously that not luili a dozen of tho tiftyorso present in 'ho bar room knew of the arrest. Webb was at once conveyed to the 1.11I. anil ail nay yesterday tiio mat' ter was kert secret u- he marshal and his assistants. Last ev uing nt 3 o'clock Webb, in chargo of Tony Neis, a detective of the Kocky aiount.11.1 association, and Mr. A. LeuMev. was mu m board of tho A T. & S. F. !-am, bound for Las Vegas. Juo'-: lather. To wrilo up a can.'ita is not sn easy tiling to uo, especially wnen an those taking part did bettor than was antici pated, which was the caso last night. It should take at least six weeks to properly dr.ll for tho oratorio of Esther instead of two. i'ruf. Eastman can congratulate himself on the suucessful pre -entatiou. Tnere '" ro many voices and much acting tint deserves e.pecial praise. Mis Hel.o Teatsagain assisted, as she always does, when called upon by any of tho socu.iOo of tho city, and took thn part of Queen Esther most excellently, and let uj hero say that the aoxt time Muss Teats gives a concert the pcoplo of Las Veas should till the opera house. Mr. J. L. Kiopolle, Mor decii, the Jew, ss loudly applauded, and J. C. Ponder, ai Hunan, was well liked. Miss K. M. Cavanaugh, as Zeresh, Human's wife, surprised tho audience greatlj by her good acting and beautiful voice. Space and lateness of the hour forbids an extended review, but wo will say that the house will be filled this evening, as it was last, and the second rendition is always more smoothly given than the first. The little people won the admiration of the audience. Go tonight and you will be well pleased. W. 8. Hume's bourbon ia sold over all first class bars. Can be bought in twenty barrel lota of II. ,W. Wyman. RUMP STAKE. That's What Yaldcz Wanted, and He Got It ' A Few Itemark About Catrou'8 Asylum. Santa Fe. March 25 Yesterday was the most important since tho organization of the twenty sixth assembly of the legislature, in that the rump senate was practically upsut, and the fact was doveloped that it is utterly impossible to down Catron with any weapons which the Dooulu have employed against him. The capítol bill nns been vigorously opposed by all parts of the territory. Nobodv outside of Santa Fo is really in favor of it. As nrst proposed, it appeared to bo in every way a job upon the part of Santa re schemers, and such it most certain ly was. The people had a right to bo suspicious of it, and peremptorily indi cated to their representatives that it must be defeated if nossiblo. Both houses of the legislature were properly fixed to vote for the bill upon presenta tion, uniy a iow legislators appeared to listen to the demands of their con stituents and rtifused to pledge support 10 lao Din, miner and cellar in the council were alone in their opposition. Tbey were not tho kind to bo bulldozed with tbo throat that no other legislation should bo accomplished until the capí tol bill was disposed of. Thoy thought mey bbu '.noir means 01 escape from such mock legislation, and Kollar absented himsolf. Miller has been regularly in attondonce upon the ses sions ot tho couucil, and now that Valdez has joined the body it makes no uiuerenco wnotuor no attends at al . as tho ring will carry anything aud every thing it cares to. Thero is no moro snow lor the pcoplo of Now Mexico to have a word to say in refer ence to tho laws that shall bo enacted during tho next nine days than thero is for a snowball 111 hell, if they try argument, tho n g biings the priest to talk to tho uoiut as thov did yesterday to Valdez; thoy also brought arcuuieta s widow, who went on her knees to urgo him to join tho senate for uer sake, if tho peoplo try throats against their representative, the ring utters its proDiiuciamonto of otonmi oblivion and worse; if money is re sorted to, tho ring puts up more. isow Mexico todav outfit to hu ea ed Catron's lunatic asylum. Ho placos men under guard or makes them roam over tho campus until ho needs them; ho places them on short rations if thoy aro obstreperous, or feeds thorn up if they serve hiiu. As a people we aro imbeciles in tho matter of homo gov ernment. In the future we miaht as well ask Catron onco in two vears to up-Lprepare such aws and measures as he tin nks tho asylum noedr . and send them down to W'ashiugtoa to Elkins aud he will sou that conirress ratifies them. At Las Vegas we probably aro less opposed to tho capítol bill than the people of any other district in the terri tory, and wo rnav disu'tHlonatolv con sider the real condition of affairs as in dicated by tho fight upon it during the past tew uays. 1 ne peoplo of Now Mex ico do not want this bill passed. There is no doubt of that. Petitions of the most positivo küid como from all parts, but tho people aro not roDresentod. 1'hey have elected mou to this locisla- ture who have no interest in our future welfare. Thero is no inducement for them to bo honest, and there is an abundance of it in gold and silver for dishonesty, and that it is paid I have reason to believe, although I would be as slow to make a specific charge as I would to allego tho enmo of murder. In the contest of the past few days thero is the sure nrum- lsos for reasoning that we must haye a change in affairs or our territory is for many years to be doomed and damned. ino groat trouble lies in electing bad mon to tho legislature nion to whom the lobbyist imputes corruption without being able to provo it mon who if thov vote out of "tho beaten path of friend ship" are immediately charged with having been bought. Catron sometimes talks too much. When, last week, wo wore opposing the court houso hill, recommendod by our own delegation, he said, "Servís vou rii?ht for Taetinir such mon." And yet tuovaro iust tho kind of men he can use most. Catron is tho Sauta Fe ring. He unites with him such others as ho chooses for each particular scheme. Thore is no stead fast ring other than T. II. Catron, lie knows his men and they aro all glad when thoir turn comes to stand in, and know too much to kick when they aro elected to stand out. How can this lamentable stntnnf nfl'iiim bo uyoidedin future? Thero is onlyone way, and that is to oloct to the legisla ture men whose character is above ro proacb, ami whose actions and covcrsa tlous shall appear in concord. We are today in the position of tho man . vmn the music box in church. It is started to playing and it can I not bo stopped until it's dono. Tho twenty-sixth ussombly is still at the service of Mr. Catron, and in the event of his having carried all bis plans, which is not likoly to appear, the legisiaiuru would probably adjourn bo ioro iue ioriy uays are over. It win not slop unless Mr. Catron stops it. That seems to be prettv cron- erally settled. There were a few spring chickens in politics who imagined that 11 aiiiiornna ivoiiar loft tho nir would be up. They have a little more experi ence now than beforo. Does anybody suppovu j. inocensio valdez would allow the ring to rattle six bits under his eaglo eye and have him stay out of mo couueu r uoca anyoouy suppose that Innocence remembers up to date any of tho more important lies that he sanctioned in tho memorial sent U congress by the rump to which he put uia unuu aim goal i mean toe mem onal) t Vou uiybody suppose thr.t Innocence and consistency are similar virtues? Catron knew which one of the rumps to tackle. Innocence is ono 01 tuo raw materials used in his bus! esa. jwi v aiuez is tne man who, a fow days hgo in rump session, poured forth his volumes of burning wrath upon Catron, whose boota he licks to- uay. CAPITAL CHILI. brigadier General Stanloy and his iamiiy aro soeu driving every after noon. -, Did sot Loronzo Lopez take the oath 01 omce to support tho city govern- The express package of Gazette's ent Sundav reached here yesterday unci noun. 1 ma is oeauuiui service. A rump stake was the pnrt that Val dea was after, and Montaldo; well, he will got a tio pass unless Waldo en closes him one with a tender-lino of admouilio" Wherever Kellar is, he might as well come back now. He was a pudding head on the inside, and we dislike to pea him wander into any remote por tion of Catron's asvlum. I sm authorized to state that the man who says Las Vegas has spent one dol lar to defeat the capítol bill is a liar. P. S. The acceptor of this challenge will please to remember to thrash my authority. I bare no evidence that the citizens of Albaquorquo have "attempted to bribe anybody, but if tbey have, the day will come when they will heartily regret it Respectable people cannot afford this kind of thing. Hadlit. CAPITAL ORGIES. Passage of the Capitol Jlill- $200,000 is the Igurc. Santa Fe Celebrates Its Passage by Hands, Bonfires and a MB Drunk. Special Dlxputch to tho Las VeiiaiOazette. Santa Fk, March 23. lho capítol appropriation was reduced to (200,000, and tho bill passed. Tho peoplo of Santa Fo are crazy wiih enthusiasm. Bands aro playing and legislators drunk. Forty-four arrests have been made already. Whitohill and Joseph deuy their in tention of deserting the rump council and joining Catron's forces. The Ga- zettk was tho only paper in the terri tory that published tbo news concern ing the buruiug of tho Sauta Fo smelter and the treachery of V aldez. Found Dead. Special Dtaputcb to Las Voua Uazitti. Gloiiieta, N. M., March 2G. Cor- nelio Prada, a Mexican boy, about 15 years old, who left Santa Fe Friday for this place, was found dead about halt a mile west of here this moaning. Tho body was found lying faco downward in the mud nbout fifty feet from the mi 'road track. It is supposed ho died some timo last Monday, as ho was missed Monday night. On account of Hiera boiii!' no iustice of the peace here, no inquest was held, but it is hardly probable that tuero nas ooenanyioui nlav. as there were nosiinuof violence. The body of tho boy is hero waiting nrraugomenls to bo taken to samuro, whore tho parents of the bov resido. PEUSOIVAL. James E. Johnson, Liberty, N. M., at tho Piaza for a fow days. John A. O'Neil returns to Socorro today, expecting to como back to Las Vegas shortly to spenu a moiuu. , Amonir tho arrivals at tho Plaza hotel yesterday wore Charles Kohn, licienta; .James, John ana 000 unnuny, iora; Richard Dunn, Gascon Mills. Attorney General Brcedon, on ac count of illness, sends word from Santa Fe that ho no longer desires to hold the room that ho engaged on tho opening ot court. Grand Lecturer W. E Maynard de livered a lecture yesterday beforo the Masonic fraternity. to be followed by ono today. Ho will then proceed to Albu querque, where ho will address the Ma sons on Friday and Saturday. T, J. Frilzlen and James Duncan, contractors on the lienson, Arizona, branch of the A..T. & S. F., running through the Magdalena mountains and black lvauge from socorro, came up from tho south yesterday, aud will remain 111 tho city for a few days. They report work progressing fairly. and expect to have the iron horse puff ing in Middle Camp in duo time. Graaf Thorp Sweet Potatoes, Lemons, Or anges, f runeiis,, t resn Oysters, Fresh Fish, Old Fash ioned Preserves. Full line of Piatt & Co.'s Canned Goods- Everything in the Bakery Line. Family Groceries. GRAAF & THORP SIXTH STREET, UiÍO l.LOCK, VIENNA BAKERY. I'OINTKKS. H. V. Wyman hna mat received 10- 000 Key Wcsl l'crfuction cigars. 290-3t Oystek frie.s. lit eiiUng for n judgo or sonntor. Oyster sU;w.s in Now York style, at Blulineili's. RlcCoNNtl.l. at lho Arcado says ninn has only ono lifo to live, mid ho ought to drink only choioo drinks. Ho knows how to mix ilium. 2(10 tf Gold leaf shcoo dio, manufactured Rt Louisville, Ky for salu by A, Weil, Bridjjo st root. 26 tf CHOICE Creamery Butter, Dairy Butter. Cooking Butter SPECIALTIES : The best Family Liq uors always on hand Family Groceries. BARASH BL0CH, 33QR. R.Ave. R. C. HEI8E, THE LEADl.fU. Liquor Dea ler Wholesale and Retail. BRIDGE STREET, NEAR PJ0, Ijau -vtcg-as int. isau TI1K BEST BRANDS OF Imported and Domestic Ciga r s FOR THE WHOLESALE TRADE. Real Estate "At the Real Estate Ollice of CALVINHSK 0u tho Linn of the Street 11 11. BRIDGE STREET, NEAR THE F0ST0FFICF. "Ward & Tamme's opera house. Bailroad avenue, 50 feet front by 100 deep, built of stone and brick, two Btories high lots 50x 150 feet. Big interest on the in vestment guaranteed. Will be sold on easy terms.part cash.bal ance at 10 per ceat interest per annum. Store room on Railroad avenue, occuoied at present, bv the Bos ton clothing house. Building 25 x 1 00 feet; lot 25x 1 50. Occupied I by a Rood tenant. Property will be sold on easv terms part casn I and part on time, at a low rate oi ameres i.. The Arcade saloon property on Railroad avenue. Building 25 feet front; lot 25x150. This is a srlendid cut stone structure, paingrabig interest on the in vestment. Easv terms euaran teed Very desirable business proper ty, on Sixth street, two stories Mgh, 25 feet front; rented to prompt paying tenants. Will be so ld cheap. Only part cash, bal ance on time at 10 per cent in terest per annum. Brick residence property, cor- itier Main and Seventh streets, .fine location, all modern improve ments. For sale cheap, part on time, easy payments. Frame residence and barn, two lots, fenced, desirable part of citv. Will be sold on the install ment plan. Two houses, five rooms each. two fine lots, good location. For sale on the installment .plan. Two eleeant residences, within two minutes' walk of the post- office,five rooms each, all modern improvements, rented bv nrst- elaes tenants. A rare invest ment. Will be sold for one-third cash, balance in monthly pay ments. Two residences, three rooms each, well located, three good lots, fenced, all modern improve ments. A good bargain. Lot. 52 feet front on Bridge street. Covered with buildings. best business street in tho city. For sal" verv cheap. Vacant residence lots in tho Tnnist desirable parts of the city for cash or on the installment plan. a fow hnfiinosa lots for sale on most excellent terms to parties desiring to build thereon. -nr. i r tarn Hoalrahla Tac, yieutioo toT. - I fences ior rent, bu wmo II aun scarce.butwe always endeav- i .t fto accommodate urn vuowui 1 otv,ar hv leasing them such bUUCUng Iur me"" ' " - - a nnl actntA RAnnrftv. - j - T7al4aVlA Ata most oí xne muí. - insurance companies represent ed. Always hold ourselves per sonally responsible for all repre- - i.i m mí a Tlnn't ffl.il to 0AWT9TinilM I I rltA V mirtrmm - s.nnRult us when In want of anvthingin our line. ail Inge ;ii or FOB -A. APPROVED REAL ESTATE SECURITY Members oí llac Advisory Board In the United Slates: Jefferson Raynolds, Chas. Blanchard. . Wm. A. Vincent, President First National Bank, Wholesale and Retail Merchant, Attorney-at-Law, . LAS VEGAS, N. . LAS VEGAS, N. M. LAS VEGAS, N. M. CEO. J. DSHKEL, General Manager. Las Vegas, New Mex. O. L. BOUGHT OIN, WHOL.KSALK AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, OOMrUBTB STOCK NLXXjS. The Celebrated Charter Oak Stoves, and Buckeye Mowers and Reapers C. Aultman & Co. "Vibrator." and "Sweepstakes" Threshers. Portable Er.. es. Fenca Wire a Leading Special1 y and large stock always on hands. Barb Wire at manufacturers prices with aciual freight to Las Vegas adaed. Manufacturer of Tin, Cop per and Sheet Iron ware AE5Ucy Hazard Powder Co. H.-JTCSTÍX3 XTST ÍV.STTJ WKo r XL. AS XT75&A MEE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT Adin I- WhEMore?iivgentn Office. Sixth and Douglas Sts.. Las GENERAL MERCHANDISE. WOOL AMD PRODUCE. EVERYTHING. Buys goods only from first hands. Agent for Wood's Mowers, Advance Sulky Rakes and Kingsland, Ferguson & Co.'s Machinery. Unsurpassed facilities for procuring heavy machinery and all articles of mer chandise not usually kept in stock. Orders hy mail carefully and promptly attended to. Woolen Goods and Overshoes at Cost. Las Vegas, N. M. - " - On the Plaza. COAL REDUCED. Coal $6 50 per ton delivered- Coal $6 00 at vard. Coal $3 50 tier half ton delivered. Coke $5 00 delivered. Wood $2 00 per load delivered. Charcoal 35c. per bushel ah Ooa.1 iTO-ill o sold 1ST o oscoptlouis mnclo. TBIjEPHONB 3NTo. 47. TO THE PEOPLE - OF ISTIETW" 3VEE2S:iOO Before removing to oar new quarters, and in order to make room for OUR TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT And Tremendous Spring Stock, We, the . Have determined to close out our entire stock oí Clothing, Genis' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, and Shoes AT. COST This is no humbug. .Square business, ' Come while you Lave a chance to benefit yourselves, fam ily angjweket books. Tlx .Vfsifep SIMON BY THE Laid isa nil, NKW MEXICO. liimitcil. .TERM OIF1 O DNT PinST-OUABB -EXCLUSIVE SALE OF trr o "V" e s , - CHARLES BLANCHARD, DEALER IN- artriotly for CASH, axlc! - 312 Railroad Avenue, LAS" VJEGtlS, YZE-AS Vegas, N. M. WILLIAM CARL, AGENT FOU TUB CO i) OF DENVER, Will deliver beer every morning, fresh from hla ice cellar. Leave orders at lh,- beer bal on north aide of i'laza. BREWING LEWIS' SONS - ' 1 r . Ú i 1