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JAFFA BROS., Las Veovs Daily Ga?ette. GRAND VIEW HOTEL, LAS VEGAS NM NATIONAL BANK OF LAS VEGAS, W K 1 N ES 1 A Y. i? E ITEM 15 E 1 1 A. T. . S. F. RAILROAD TIME TABLE 1 .VI !.-' Wist. Last. J. I .Inula i impns Iron Sprues Thatcher Kuril) ItlH'illle Trinidad j starkvlllu Merley Muth Siilin North .Siiling 2) 11 . I;!.! .'I 1 I H. III. :4n Ml Ml :1s A') :(!" :: :.VI :i: :.-i :V Mi :10 :2i ::) :li :50 :M :10 Mil -.:x :5t :0 :54 :.'7 57 :.'!1 :.'.7 I Í I : lull i Hero Mux well lursev SjiiiiiKi'i' mulii Watfon Minimi Tipton Wulroiia Komuro I, us Vega j '.'.'."".'.'.". SiiUlmelier Hernal 1'l'lMIS l-'u 1 Ion K internan Glorieta .Manzanares tGaüsteo Jntict'n j Sunt u Fe To Albuquerque, WilliSleO orti. I'Hll-illl) WllllllCl! Algodones Itl'I'llllUllO A '.'.iii(iii;riiif , Ml! :UO :! :ll :5 :17 :5I :-Jl :IC, :.ri7 :5!l :.'!S :30 :5s m: :0j 20 II. :00 ::ti; 21 :00 Al :50 0:8o a. m. S:4l S:l t 7:2!) 0:44 (:0Ü r:()0 Hlranch to Santa Fc. Trains mi'Ct at Watrons and ilino here. All freight for the North or South must bo ili'livi'rcdat the depot at 4 p. m. local timo. Ihi! cause of this is that freight cannot bo bill ed In go by next day trains. Tim Adams Express olucc will bo opon from until 2. '.. I. IIOVEY. Agent. has Vegas. Cliurcli Notices. -H VTHOLIO CHURCH. -Order of services I Y on Sundav: First Mass, (i30 a. ra. ; High Mas. ! a. m.; "Vespers at 3 p. m. .A eek days: i,nv Mass at (i p. m. "' TpSt. I. !:) lot KpiNcopal rliwrcli.-Servlce every Sunday at 1U. m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath School at V m. 1). AV. Callee, Pastor. Parsonage adjoining the church. PrPHbvterlnn Church Morning and S services 11 : 00 A. M. and 8: 0(1 1'. M. M'.nduv school at !) 45 A . M. Pastor, liev, J . F.astman io bo found at his residcnco im ue'd'iatiiiy adjoining the Church, at S'.iiil's I'olscopa! Church, Rev. II. ' .; i i. it a Suni'nril. Services everv Sunday at 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Sun 'lav School in. 3:301'. M. All arc cordially m- viled. Tlrsi IMptist Cliiirch. Services at 11 a. nj, and7:30n. in. Sabbath school 2 p. m. All niv cordially invited to attend our services. I'la.-e of meeting in tlie bui'.ding adjo ning .allii Bros. Store on the north, liev. 31. II. Mnrphv, pastor. "HI A I'M AN I.OllKC So. 2 A. F. R A. 31 j meets or. ilie Wednesday of each month be inrc the full ot the moon at the Masonic Hall, rent nil Street, between South 2d and 3d strts. ). II. Koogler, Sec'y. LA VEUAS I.oilsre So. 4. I. O. O. F. meets every Thursday evening at 7 o'clock liai p. Visiting brothers are cordially invited. 1 THOMAS GARTRKLL, X. G. T. Rutksiikck, Secretary. fall ArntiiKCiiicnta The rost-Olllce wil bo opened daily, except Sundays, from 7:30 a. m., until 8. p.m. Sundays, ono hour after the arrival ot each mail. Knstern Mail. Leaves O nice at 11:30 a. m. Arrives at 3:30 ph., Western Mall. Arrives at 12 a.m. Leaves at 2 p. m. 1'fccos Mail. Arrives at 8 a. m., leaves at 8 w. Viisitit, Inilian Torr'y niul way Mall. Arrives a' 7:30a.m., leaves at 3:30p.m. .r Mall. Lc&ves Friday at 8 a. m., arrives Saturday at. t p. w. lo AlainoM, Joya Iar;ii, Loma S'arrta ami T(. liiiion Mail . - Leaves Tuesday fit 0 a. M ,, arrives Wednesday 8 P. M. T. F. Chapman: Postmaster. The Fete at the "Hub." To-morrow liostou celebrates its two hundred and tit'lieth birlhday.ancl the event will be the occasion ibr ikinnstralioiiH of delight in which tlial staid city does not often permit itself to engage. The claim of being ihe iifih city of the Union an to popu lation, mid the "Modern thens" as to culture, will expand the breast of the dwellers at the ''Hub" as they be l:Old to-morrow's pageant, the resplen dent glory of Boston's past and hit tire will till the throats ot the orators uf the day, beginning with the historical cllort of the Mayor at. an early hour in Old South Uurch. Ranking next to Chicago, and boasting a population of 303,9.18, Boston litis atmndant cause for pride in its prosperity. The strides of progress the New England metrop olis is now making are shown by the fact that during the first two cen turies of its existanco Boston achieved little of its greatnes, and in 1800 had reached a population, of only 24,S37. If the city grows during the next lift y years as it 1m during ihe last, its commercial power and its influence as an intellec tual centre will keep pace with the growth of the nation. Haying under taken the chief part in the great en terprise of shortening Boston's water communication with the metropolis some ninety miles by constructing the Cape Cod Canal, New York will glad ly participate in the grand fete of to morrow, and Brooklyn will also be re presented in the demonstrations. In the procession six ini'cs long, the Thirteenth, the Twenty-third and the Sixty-ninth regiments will be conspi cuous, and the figure of Chaplain Hen ry Ward Bcechcr as an equestrian Will perhaps bo the most notablo of the wholo pageant. Should the weather ba'as tine as to-day, the fete will doubtless bo one of the most magnificent demonstrations ever wit nessed on this continent outside of New York. Evening Mail Corporation J X..A.S VEGAS, - IT- j JACOB GROSS, MIGUEL A. OTERO, Cashier. President. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $200,000. PAID UP CAPITAL, $50,000. 33IRECTOnS; Sliguel A. Otero, Joseph Rosonxvald Kmanhel Rosenwald Jacob Gross. Audres Sena, Lorenzo Lopez. David Winternit.. ROSENYVAED'S BUILDING, Does a general banking business. Drafts for sale on the principal cities of Great "Britian and Continent of Europe. Correspondents solicited Eagie Saw Mills , AND UJMISEI! V Altl). -UY-. f. ROMERO & WOOTTEN,: 18.flNfl Pliii THOUSAND. their Lamber Yard, at the planning Mill o 15. Wooten, (S?"l.icavo your orders at the store oí T. Romero Bro's., & Son. LasVkqas. New Mex NEW STORE!, HEW GOODS! Wm. Gillerman, Has opened a stock of G-BHBBAL MEBCHiNDISE, ii Wort ISascom, New Mexico. A Full Assortment in every line which will be sold at Las Vegas Prices, Freight Added. THE WHITE" 66 The lightest running machine in the wo?ld. Almost Noiseless. New and in Per fect Order. WM. II. II. ALLISON, EAST LAS VEGAS. .A.. JB STOITB, tassels on the Old Foaiudatioii 2Pua.X233EU3XrC3r, CONTRACTOR LAS VEGAS. N. M. C. A. RATRBUX CHICAGO !toe Store. Finest quality of Custom Work done in the Territory. A Full Line of M. D. Wells ACo.'s Chicago Made Boots & Shoes Constantly on Hand. EAST LAS VEGAS, N. M. uuu EA.LB1B CA8T AKD Having received a THING, and bought goods, they are now prepared to offer their customers and buyers generally BETTER INDUCEMENTS THAN EVER BEFORE. Having established a Branch House in East Las Vegas gives the people on the East Side the advantage of SAVING TI3V3E AND MONEY for purchasing their goods. Please call and EXAMINE OUR GOODS AND PRICES before purchasing else where. (Otero, Sellar & Co WHOLESALE Cmmission Merchants LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. Full Line of General Merchandise Orders from Southern Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona solicited. Satisfaction Gauranted TOWN LOTS FOR SALE! At the new town of Watrous, formerly known as La Junta, X. M. , or La Junta R. R Oepot. The location is well known, a beautiful valley, rich farming country well supplied with waterier Irrigation and all other purposes. Natural good roads leading in every direction to its large surrounding agricultural and gra Jilng country. A good business point, second to none In New Mexico. All it needs is a few live, stilling 1m lness men and nothing will hinder its progress. Try it. The R. It. depot will he inreadine o receive and deliver freight here for all points surrounding. Liberal inducements vt ill u-giv i v business men. S. IS. "Watkovs it Son. La Jimia, N, SI WIIOLESAI.K AND BKTAlL Healer in Liquor V- igarn. Sole aaent in SAM'L.WAINWltlGIIT & CO.'ti LAS VEiiASv T. B. MILLS. MILLS & H.AD LEY, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS, EXCHANGE BUILDING, Issues Policies in ths following Companies. iETNA LIFE, OF HARTFORD, CONN CAPITAL 27,000,000 TRAVE LEUS' LIFE AND ACCIDENT " 5,000 000 HARTFORD FIRR ; ' .'i .15!) 000 HAMBURG? MADGK1HJRG FIRE " l.vfiuo 000 ST. PaUL FIRE AND MARINE ' 1,000,000 GERMAN-AMERICAN FIRE, uF NEW YORK " 5011, 000 CONTINENTAL F1RK. OF NEW YORK " , 250 000 CONNECTICUT FIRK, OF HARTFORD ' I 500,000 FIRE ASSOCIATION, OF PHILADELPHIA " 4,500,000 HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF COLUMBUS, OHIO " 1,1 mo 000 MERCANTILE MARINE FIRK, OF BOSTON " 1 , 0(H), 000 STAR FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NKW YORIC " M0 K)0 UNION INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA " 500,000 Risks Written Throughout the Territory, MYER FRIEDMAN &, BRO., DEALERS IN WOOL, HIDES, PELTS AND FURS, Las Vegas MARGARIO -DEALER IN- Grener,l 3MCorcti.nciiso Q00D3..8OLÜ STRICTLT FOR CASH AND AT A SfilALL PROFIT. BRANCH STORE, LA CUESTA, N. M. i- IIH LAS VEGA fargo stock oí LVt. V as low as cash wil! buy i New lexioo Celebrated Bottled bl. Lou in Beer NEW'MEXini WALTER C. IIADLEY Jcw Mexico. ROMERO. Dr. J. H. Suifin Prop's1. The est Accommodations in the Territory. FEEE BUS To .1NI FROM. ILL TMM TIllRm$ J. EOSENWALD CO Wholesale DEALER IN eneral Merchandise Gool Ilidest,Pelt and Produce generally bowjht C-tsh .. ,-.;4w d a ', market prices. SAINT NICHOLAS LAS VEGa. XJiW MEXICO. T. JF. CII.lFJfLlJV, rroprie .1. J. Sanford, ,llai35is'ü Will be kept as a First-huu; Hotel. Providing a good tatle, good attention, fine Wines, etc The Traveling t Public are covdiady incited. TIao J3t. Uiola.olft3 I-Zotol, Vc?,' j, Zl-I- Si. B. Etfl. ST WHOLESALE and RETAIL DKALKII ! ? - eneral MereIiaMalIe, MORA and WATROUS, U. H. Spcial Inducements to Cash ;.-. tcrs. WHOLESALE AM) D;; LK1; In General Merchandise and Outfitting Cv North Side of Plaza, Lm Vcíis, N. M. "Special inducements to Cash Buyers, as I sell vo ijoo i nut i (-. Browne & WIHI0IL1EALE -A Commission Las Vegas, and Outfitting Goods. H Manzanares (K-MElt! K D- Merchants New Nexico i \n\n toral sus,, rr .