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Las Vegas Free Press
Monday, April 25, 19&.
Call and get card with dircc
tions for making A. I. CVffce of
Furnished rooim, old Optic block
Guitar lessons at Alius Ella Merry's
imcst strawberries in town at
Uell it CVs.
irout fishing commences next
The Opera Club w ill meet tonight
at Prof. Hand's room.
Tlio United States grand and petit
juries were discharged today.
Kansas Cityineats always on hand
at T. W. llayward's.
Jose Chavez was iound guilty of
conspiracy in the district court to
day. Fresh butter and eggs at tho Del
monico meat market.
There was a mule and a burro
race in the old town today, the burro
coming out winner.
The wheat fields of Koeiada are in
a fine condition, and every indication
points to a heavy crop.
If you have any surplus cash there
is a knife stand on .Sixth street where
you can throw it away.
Mr. IJurns, (colored) a friend of J.
). Logan, died at 4 o'clock on Sun
day morning, and was buried this
A slugging match last night and a
cutting scrape on Saturday occurred
at Albuquerque. It ought to bo an.
easy matter to gather news there.
Thero will bo a dauce at Lopez
nail sliortly for the benefit of t)0
Literary Star Club. Tickets at M.
JUST IN AT
HOMESTER 4 DEMMER'S.
j ring throwing gamo lias been
opened on Sixth street, just south of
Hayward & Sporleder's real estate
oflice, presided over by a young
The assignee of the Raton bank of
Marcy, Geer & McCarn is paying tho
first installment, of CO cents on tho
dollar, to its depositors. Thomas (Jat
field, ono of tho heaviest of them, ii
feeling good over it.
To make a success of the Y. M. C,
A. here, it must be kept non-sectarian
and a man of sound morals and great
ability business must bo placed at the
head of it. Such a man is Manager
Stein, of tho Depot hotel, and ho is
a man who will mako a success of
It is a cowardly trick when de
feated not to give tho winning side
credit for its strength or skill, but a
worse ono to try to induce the public
to believe that they won by unfair
means. Honor to whom honor is
Rav. Father Lczz'i left for Denver.
T. W. Trcvci ton left for Wagon
Dr. Tipton and his son Tom left
J. F. Beattie, of Fort Sumner, left
J. S. Duncan, our worthy mayor
left for Watrous.
Myer Friedman, our enterprising
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Pierce ar
rived from the south.
General McCook and party went
south in their special.
Mr.' Rosen wald, of Albuquerque
was on his way to Trinidad.
Trinidad Romero, United States
marshal, left for Wagon Mound.
V. S. Kitchen, Charles Blanehard
ami Major Salazar left "for Springer.
lion. L. Richardson, U. S. consul
at Matamoras, left for Hiawatha,
Fred Fenter and E. E. Able, Kan
sat City cattle kings, left for tho
Mrs. E. T. Farrar and Mrs. Mo
Phearson, who have been stopping
at tho Montezuma, left forDenvor,
Mrs. Ballou and Miss Angelino
Arnold, who have been at tho
Springs 'for a few days, left for
F. D. Dairy, a liquor man with a
Klein s Co., of Louisville, Ky., was
visiting our merchants.
25c per box
12J per qt.
First Run Maple Sugar
Coal Oil, any quantity,
23 cts per gal.
J. H. STEARNS,
THE PEOPLE'S GROCER.
How often men fix f-l0 caU8C of
their personal failing RnJ i;,,
failures upon othe'.. pC0,,ie'8 Mould
ers when their own shoilItl carry tLo
uuKien. a drunkard, a man who
has insured his friends, who has lost
ins w,l power, who will not to bo a
M n, to put tho cause of his disas
ters upon the shoulders ot humanity,
must bo in tho first stago of lunacy.
The town herd will begin on tho
1st of tho month, superintended by
John Green. Catllo will bo taken
out mornings and delivered evenings.
tJoiicJ pastures. Leave orders at
Green Bros' meat market.
Havo just, received a largo stock of
line moat at Dillon's meat market.
The Oak restaurant is now open at
lK new location on Sixth treet
Meal tickets $5, meals 20 cents.
Mus. S. A. Milj.kk.
The finest in town.
Golden Rule Grocery Co.
Call and examine tho meat at Dil
lon's meat market.
Ladies' scissors and gentlemen's
razors honed. Will make the above
work a specialty for tho no: it ten
days. Tho cheapest of any other
shop in the city for cash.
G. R. WILSON, Prop,
flth. St., brr. San Migubi. JUakk.
V. L. Ochoa left for Santa Fe last
A. II. Montoya leaves for San
E. II. Salazar left for Santa Fo on
M. C. do Baca loaves for Albuquer
C. A. Rathbun arrived from his
trip north last night.
Hon. Rafael Romero ieft for San
Miguel this morning.
Jules Daniels and Ned Gross go on
a hunting trip to Mora tomorrow.
Callins: cards and fino stationery
at Airs. M. J. Woods'.
Miss Kate Rupp, one of tho wait
resses at the Depot hotel, is very
E. A. Fiske, United States dis
trict attorney, - leaves tonight for
R. 15. Schoonmaker came in from
his ranch yesterday and returned to
day. He is putting in a largo crop
and enjoys ranch life very much,
lie says that ho and Mr. Harvey
expect to get a wagon road up to
their ranches during tho comingycar
Miss Saidio Averill, Vermont;
Miss Ellen Wood, San Francisco:
Laura Kurd wig, San Francis county;
R. F. Weitbrec, Denver; F. G. Aus
ten, Watrous; John Dillon, Chicago;
James Torrens, Denver, are regis
tered at tho Plaza Hotel.
T. F. Johnston, Boston; R. W.
Colton, Chicago; J. A. Squire, San
Francisco; N. D. Barry, Dallas,
Texas; E. O. Huddlcston, Rochester,
M. Y., and Samuel McLoud, Arkan
sas, are registered at the Depot hotel.
RAILROAD NEWS. .
Trainmaster Sears went down thej
road this morning.
Dispatchers Bristol, Mooro and
Kennedy are taking a rest.
Conductor Hayes' wiift and child
left for Kansas this morning.
Hot boxes were thr caus0 0f th0
delay of this monmVs trains.
P. Tafoya lea-s for Dod'o Citv.
wrUU Wcnty men for extra gang
woik on tl'j A- T- & s p K. R.
kngf.o No. 394, which has been
tlmtv- jghiy overhauled at Topeka,ar-
r,"'.ed here last night, and Engineer
S. R. Board iikiii is happy.
About 500 soldiers arrived last
night with their horees and bag
gage and left this morning for Fort
Wmgato and other points.
D. B. Robinson's family were on
their way to Chicago this morning.
Mr. Robinson is president of tho San
Antonio fc Aransas Pass railroad.
Tho Y-oung People's Chmtian En
deavor society is increasing its mem
bership, judging from tho meeting
last nig'ot, which was well attended
It woiiW he well for tho Epworth
league, to do something to attract the
youth, of this city. It has taleiit
enough to mako it a grand success.
JFino- lobsters just received from
Los Angeles, at Max Tyron's.
Those iiicklo pies in tho New Eng
Leadinor wholesale and retail deal
ers in Impc irted and Domestic Cigars
etc. EagltK Cigar Store, East Las
A sure thing that you can buy at
Hartmaii fc Weil's tho lest Feed
and Produco i?i Now Mexico, at the
Wo havo 1,000 choice Fruit Trees
VA assorted vari etieH, very cheap.
Theso trees were g Town in New Mex
icon, and consequently uro better
than trees brought a feat distance.
We havo all kiniTH tf fresh Field
and Gardeu Seed atu ljOtValu and
retail. Now i your time. Sow
your blue gras. and white fcldver
seed and put out your onion ottf,
plaut your pes, etc. Don't forgtit
HARTMAN ft. WEIL'S
.M as Vegas
IDMD WILHEMNS HECE.
LA8-VEQAS, N. If.
JJtUrney J (jonngclor atjav.
I. D. Romero,
Cheap : Store
Boots and Sho is
And General Merchandise.
M. Romkho, Agent.
Southwest Corner of Plaza.
EAST LAS VEGAS
Jjivcry and Jjclianj
Teed c&Sale Stable.
Good rigs and saddle horses always in.
Hard and Soft Coal.
Sixth et. , Ea3t Laa Vegas, N. M.
BAGGAGE AND EXPRESS.
Goods delivered to any part of the city.
CLOSSON & BURNS
AS CHEAP AS ANT OTHER
... PLACE IN TOWN.
1-lb loaves for 25 cts
Hulls, Coffee Hung, Doughnuts, Cook
ies, ctc.por doz lOcts
New York l'lo 15 cts
KCjUAL TO THE BEST.
Cheaper than all of 'era. Goods de
livered to any part of city.
GEO. MUNNICH, PROP.
MRS. R. J. HAMILTON,
Hm communccd business on llrldge Street, opposlto
Coolcy'i livery stables.
LATTUST BTTI.ES and ALL WOIIK O UARANTEED
TO CMYK 1'EliFECT SATISFACTION.
E. 2. GREEN
House, Sign aai Ornamental
Paper Hanging and Dec
orating a Specialty.
Brown Backs - - 8c. per roll
White Backs 15 and 20c. per roll
Gilts 15 to 25o per roll
Ingrains 20c. per roll
Varnishablo paper 35 to 40c. per roll
Kalsomiminaf, Graining, Glazing, etc,
Orders from tlio country promptly at
SHOP ON BRIOQE STREET, ONE DOOR
EAST OF OMJAL'S BARBER SHOP.
pROF. A. F. SMITH,
Blanchard St. First door East of
Thorough Instruction. Hnnsoiinblo Terms.
F. H. Shultz
Hai opened a complete stock of
W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES
Nublun and nil kinds of Ladles' 8tioo Dressing.
East of Wells-Fa go Exprcs .
N0TIC3 FOE PCBLICATION.
In tbo District Court, Count v of Run Mltfiiol, I
it pi ii a. i'. i ."to.
Mux N'mdlinuH, 1
Doelim & Ciiiiipiiny, Jacob j No U3.
IIOClllll, HUH IN1C1IOUI!)
Tlio said defendants. Iloebm U Couinanv.
Jauob lloehm, liil-l Mluholas bttenlioek, are
liureby iiotllled Unit an uctlon In asHiimpall by
nttaulunent lias been commenced uifiilnxt tlu-in
in tlio district court for tbu oouuty of Him Ml
Biinl.tenltoryof New Mexico.by said plulntlir.
Mux Nordlmus, to recover four hundred mid
nlnetv dollars and twenty-three cents HiUO.Zft.
on aocount of a proinh-Nory note mude and ex
routed by defenuatits lioelnu & Company, Duv
al lo to lllrseb, Lowr.nsteln & IhivI, aim by
flu-in nsslirncd to plalntilf, said noto being
dated November 2, 1I, payable 6 months after
dale. J hut unless you eutrr or cause to ba
euierod your iippcaiaiKHi In suld stilt on or
latfoi e the II rut Mniuluy of June, A . I). IHtu, the
same hclujr Mouduy, June , A. U. iwy, JuiIk
meiit by default therein will bo rendered
M. A. O-rr.no, Clerk.
I.ono b Fobt, Attorneys for 1'lalnlllf.
Any ono proving to our eatisra'c
tion that ho la too poor to pay 15
cents por week for tho Fszs Fuess
an havo it froo.
At the Cheap Store
A FEW ODDS AND ENDS
That wo managed to pick up while eaBt:
75 doz. LINEN HUCK TOWELS
32 inches long; they are a25c towel; wo will close them out
38 dozen BOYS' .WAISTS,
Made of good quality Outing Flannels; they are a 60o
waist; you can buy them of us, in any b'izc, at30o each.
. 60 doz. gents' BALBBIGGAN
Full regular made; they retail at 25c; our price 15c.
95 doz. gents' COLORED HOSE,
InBrown and Drab;" full regular made, at 12 Jo.
Ouivlot ODD LAGE CURTAINS,
Of a fino quality; you can have your pick at 50c.
J. BUEG-EE d5 CO.
21' I I Dcnlcr in
f !V Ub wines .
"S California oudNatlvo
t SZCMGE BUMS
"0 LAS VEGAS. N. Yi L
LAS VEGAS, N. M
CALL OR SEND FOR PRICES.
Well made, perfectly fitting t-lotlics are points to bo borno in mind
for nothing can bo more conspicuous than poorly fitting, cheaply made
up garments. The kiiul of clothe we sell compare only with the best
tailor made clothing. Our priccF, as compared with those of tho tailof
is the only difference, for tho material is as good, and we can fit yon:
ustaswcll. We havo just added a lot' of very haudsomo business
suits to ourj$12.0 and $15.00"liuo in the popular shades of brown and light
tweed. These goods aro well worth $18.00 and 20.00. Our display of
Boys' Suits is worthy your inspection. We have the largest, finest line
ever shown in tho territory. We will sell for this week:
Children's Suits worth $2.50, for ; .00o
Children's Suits worth 4.00, for .' .$1 15
Children's Suits worth 0.00, for $3 00
Children's Knee Fauts 15c
Boys' Shirt Waists 20c
Boys' Shoes worth. $-2 00 ior $1 0OJ
Men's Shoes worth $2.o0, for tl 255
Men's Suits, All Wool, worth 15.00, for .Ili 001
Men's Suits, All Wool, worth 18.00 for J. $15 00
Men's Suits, All Wool, worth $22.00, for $18 00
Men'.) Trousers, All Wool, worth $0 and $7, for ..5 00
Don't forget theso aro all new spring goods and the latest Btylos.
A Souvenir Given to Each Purchaser.
Eagle Clothing Co.
The Leading Clothiers,
Railroad Avenue, East Las Vegas.