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1'HE riASLY 0.ftC. The People's Paper: da? lesn Bastte Finest Climate in Ike World 1 !. i- - SATURDAY KvENINU, JULY U. 1890. METROPOLIS MISCELLANY. 63t( J. Btuht, leading undertaker. Mm. VV. 8. BtandiBh It dangerously ill. Macbeth troubles. Water unreal stomach Henry Goke's sheep aheareri are at work, ut at Sapello. The New Brunswick appetizing meal. restaurant (or an 106-tf Tbe refreshment stand bas been removed from ibe plaza park. Dance at Lopex hall by members of the union party, to-night. Meeting; of the Lis Vegas Citiuna' as oolatlon on Monday evening. Two hundred eallont of Macbeth water were shipped to Denver, to-day. Ramon Lujan sheared bit bunch of sheep at the Romero ranch, to-day. A new, upright piano for sale at f-iGO, worth $500; apply at Rathbun'i shoe store. 216-2t According to contract, the Bisters' sani tarium muse be completed by December 1st, of this year. The convention bulletins have been left at fourteen places about town by both telegraph companies. "Corn can be almost heard growing, on tbe Harello. these davs." Bo says one of our worthy ministers. A crazv voune man was brought to the ' cltv from Ban Ignaclo, yesterday, and lodged In the connty jail. The delinquent tax list for 1895 Is being rotten out. bv order of the court and tbe board of county commissioners. Walter Putnam will soon leave for tbe east, where he expects to Interest capital in Hematite mining properties. , 'A Vrtii bo assaulted I'sl'lB JaMfttllld' bas been bound over to the glrahd Jury in tb stiin of f00. J u nice II. B. Woostor bas been granted divorce from bis wife, Mrs. Cello II. Wooster, on tbe ground of desertion. Tbe V seder brothers have instituted suit against the Lake Kanob cattle company, up iu Colfax county, for $3,000, attorneys' foes. A woman named Margarita Qulntana will be arraigned before Justice Baca, in precinct No. 20, Monday morning, on ths olia.ge of keeping a libu.e of 1 1 fame. The answer of K. L. Foster, receiver of the First optional bauk, at Doming, bas been filed in the rate of tbe Ban Miguel national bauk against Moses E. Dana and others, of Colfax county. There were collected lu tha ' United States oourt, fourth judicial district, dur ing tbe flsoal year, ended June 80tb, post' office judgments, in civil oases, to tbe amount of f 477. 22; miscellaneous judg meets, l,r.37.S4; total, $2,004 66. D. W. Mai tin writes ths district ooort clerk from No. 111. West Twelfth street, Erie, Penna., to know wbat disposition bas been mai's o.' the divorce oase of Mrs. Mamie Bolt veraiix Harry Bolt. It's going along nicely, Mr. Martin. And so you can Infoi Ji tbe anxious Inquirer at jour elbow, probably the defendant in . tbe suit Liiustlf. THE CITY CHURCHES. Graders are bard at work on the sanita rium grounds. Twelve dollars a day pen alty, you know, after December 1st. A congratulatory telegram was wired W. J. Bryan, at Chicago, by prominent Las Vegans, of both political parties. A matoh game of base ball on the old fair grounds, to-morrow, between the "New Mexicans" and tbe "Peacocks." Jake Block is said to be contemplating tbe erection of a handsome business block In tbe heart of tbe east side business district. Open-air concerts will be given in botb Las Vegas and East Las Vegas, to-morrow afternoon, by the Las Vegas military band. Go to G. V. Reed & Co., for your plumb ing and tia work. All wuik uuua si very reasonable prices. Tiy us and be con vinced. 200-tf. Captain Jack Crowford will soon leciure in this city, the entire prooeeds of Ibe evening to go to aid the re-building of the Sisters' sanitarium in Santa Fe. Col. W. H. Beewald bas tendered bis resignation as watch inspector for tbe Atchison company at this point, and the same has been accepted with regret. Services at tbe Methodist church, to morrow, as follows: 9:45 a.m., Sunday school; 11 a. m., preaching servloe, ser mon by pastor; 12:05 p. m., class meeting; 7:00 p. m., Epwortb league; 8:00 p.m. Evangelistic servloe, sermon by pastor. Or chestra, To-morrow's services at tbe Pre'byterl- an church are; Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; morning worship and sermon at 11 :00 a. ni., and Young People's meeting 7:00 p. m. To all strangers and visitors in our city, tbe church extends a most hearty welcome. Tbe Christian Endeavor sooiety of the Presbyterian cburcb, will bold a "sun-rise prayer-meeting," Sabbath morning, July lnAh, at 6 o clock. The topic is "Prayer." Everyone cordially Invited. The Montezuma Club. Despite tbe storm, last evening, quite a number attended the informal at tbe Mon tezuma Club. General Manager J. J. Frey of tbe Atchison, was tbe guest of tbe evening. Vocal selections were rendered by Mrs. Rankin, Mrs. Greene and Miss Knickerbocker, and two piano solos by Prof. Sodrlng. After tbe musical program, dancing began and lasted until 12 30. On July loth, tbe day following tbe an niversary entertainment of tha Montezuma Club, tbe club rooms will be given over to tbe vami.hers. It will take about ten days to complete the work. Members are cau tioned to "look out" as tbe wood work will be very a la fly paper during this period. Harvey's ranch is crowded with guests. so that several parties who desired to visit that resort, this week, are compelled to wait until next week to do so. TRACK AND TIIA1N. Petra Chavez, a deserving and destitnte ell woman, across the river, was yester day the recipient of a $350 pension check from the department at Washington. A brother of A. F. Ireland, who visited Lis Vegas from New York, for some weeks, some weeks ago, is married to the only daughter of Mark Hanna, in Cleve land, Ohio. This offise bas been remembered with a printed card of invitation to the wedding of Pedro B. Pino and Miss Carlota Alarid, at La Cienega, Banta Fe county, on Mon day evening next. Prof. A. J. Bodring explains that tbe Albuquerque Citizen was in error in re porting bis interview, and tbat be told tbe reporter that be had been in tbe city several months, instead of several weeks. J. E. Johnson writes B. K. Sydes from Kana, near Eadee, this county, that a large water plant on the Howry cattle company's ranch, just erected at an expense of $1,200 was destroyed by a cloud-burst, tha other day. H. W. Krug & Co., the Trinidad con tractors, have been awarded tbe contract for the wood work on tbeSisters' sanitarium, and W. G. Rupp, of Las Vegas, the con tract for tbe foundation and the stone work. H. R. Cowan, the efficient manager of the Postal telegraph office in this city, Is deserving of credit for tbe manner in which be bandied tbe convention bulletins. Both telegraph companies did splendid ervice. Rev. F. Le Gieuk, parish priest of 8an Geronimo, visited the city, yesterday. Arch6lshop P. L. Chapelle, who Is now on tour of confirmation in the mountains of Mora county, will administer that sacra ment in San Geronimo, on Sunday, the 19th inst. Miss Josephine O'Eesfe, one of Leaven worth's, Kansas, popular and lovely public obool teachers, and Mrs. John T. O'Keefe, tbe young and sweet wife of the well known Leavenworth attorney-at-law, are In the city, visiting Rev. T. P. O'Keefe, the east side parish priest. Tbe Atchison railroad has appointed E, u. murpney agent tor tbe bot springs branch, and citizens of tbe weBt side, wishing to go out to the spriugs can now procure tickets of him, at twenty five cents for tbe round trip. This will save a great deal of annoyance to many who live oon venient to the Bridge street depot. William Springer, until recently hostler for tbe Gulf railroad, op at Pueblo, Colo., is in serious trouble and unless he can prove that he Is not married to two women, will in all likelihood go to the penitentiary for bigamy. He was arrested In Denver on a warrant charging him with unlaw fully living with a woman who Is given the name McKiouis in the complaint filed In Justice Carey's court Fpringer's trou bles date from tbe arrival of wife No. 1, from New Mexico. The wife of conductor Hanford returned to Raton from Chicago, yesterday. E. P. Smith, a Western Union operator, reached Las Vegas from Kansas City, last evening. Tiie freight crews of Conductors Bacon and Emerson were taken off the south end, yesterday. Mrs. L. J. Erb bas resumed her dntles as agent at Cbapelle, N.' M., vice Janes U'.Jbea, acting agent. Juan D. Hernandez, cf the work train, up at Lynn, went down to Rivera, last evening, a sick young man. Tbe work of re-placing wooden bridges with substantial iron girders, on the east em division of the Atchison, is being pushed. Ellis G. York, brother of John York, and road master for tbe A. & P., down at Peach Springs, Arizona, arrived In Las Vegas from Colorado, last evening, accompanied by las wife. The Missouri Pacific railway has given notice ot withdrawal from tbe agreement of the executive officers, of the western roads, in the matter of maintaining rates in trans-Missouri territory. General Manager J. J. Frey and John Player, of (he motive department, eame up from tbe south on a special, yesterday afternoon, visited tbe bot springs, In com pany with Division Superintendent Hur ley, and resumed tbeir journey east, this morniog. There will be a meeting of tbe division superintendents and trainmasters of tbe Rock Island lines west of the Missouri riv er in Topeka, next week, for the purpose of compiling a new set of time card rules for tbe government of engine and train employes. Tbe place of hospital surgeon at tbe To peka hospital bas not yet been permanenly filled. Dr. J. R. Fay, superintendent of hospitals, bas at present immediate charge of the hospital, but it is understood tbat as soon as business increases, a surgeon, 'who will bave charge of the hospital, aside from other duties, will bej, appointed. Tbe conspiracy on tbe Chicago s'Altoa road at Rloominglon, III., discovered some weeks ago, bids fair toresnlt In several employes being sent to tbe; penltentlery, ibe company claims to have evidence that it was defrauded out of several thous ands of dollars through the . skillful manipulation of tickets. Beveral ticket agents and- conductors have been dis carded, and it is tbe intention of the company to prosecute them. , . A movement it on foot, among tbe em pioyes ol tbe engine and train service of tbe Atchison, to present a petition to the board of trustees of the hospital associa tion, at their next meeting, asking for the. appointment of Dr. A.H.Wrigbt as hospital surgeon at the new hospital In Topeka. Dr. Wright is at present surgeon in charge ol the hospital at Ottawa, and Is well liked by engine men and train men. P. M. Arthur, chief of the brotherhood of locomotive engineers, arrived in Kansas Lily, from Ottawa, Kansas, where he de iivered an address before the Chautauqua ssemoiy. jae attended a union meeting, of union railroad men, in Kansas City, &.ajsat, ana left tor his home. In Cleve lenu, Ohio, over tbe Missouri Paclfio rail way. Chief Arthur bas been at tbe head of tbe brotberbocd of locomotive engineers lor twenty-two years. He says that tha order Is in a flourishing oondition.and that the high standard of wages it being main, tained. Chief Arthur declined to talk pol itics on behalf of tbe order, but said tbat, personally, be was a thorough renubllcan. and approved of tbe platform adopted at St.'Lojs. v iLUB(iiikiUj(Jj)i M. 3: itart vVtfit south'; - , A. 1, liuok U In the lowtr country. ' Luolo Gaunt hts been la town from La Junta. . VV. A, Given departed for Banta Fe, last tveolug. Mrs. N. Fetterman Is down from their Fort Union ranoh, " . Mist Nellie Clifton, ot the City of Mexl oo, left for Gotbam, . D. M. Soales, ot Memphis, left tbe Plaza hotel for San Francisco. Plaoldo Sandoval bis been In town from bis ranoh and saw mill. L. n. Hofmelster and pirty leave for Harvey's ranch, this evening. Eutlmlo Ullbarrl, of Los Colonial, has been visiting tbe county seat. Rafael Sanchez, of La Trementina, Is In town, marketing bis wool clip. Tom Waldo acoompanled his father to Kansas City, on tha morning train. 1 Donaolano Buttot visits town from Ro oiada; Manuel Bene, from El Cuervo...., Don Trinidad Romero Is down from Wagon Mound, on a strictly business trip. Jose E. Apodaoa, of Chaperito, has been transacting business with the county board. . Mrs. Albert Lawrence and daughter, Mary, returned to Triuldad, yesterday morning. R. Cochran, ot Kansas City, a health seeker. Is at the Plaza hotel, . with his daughter. Mrs. F. E. Summers and Mrs. P. W.Mont gomeiy returned to Raton from Kansas City, yesterday. J. Minium Is In return from a sheep buying trip, aoross the country, eighty miles from Bernalillo. Mr. and Mrs, Fe'ipe Delgado are In town from La Manga to spend a few days among friends and relatives. Eugene P. Smith, a former head cleric at the Montezuma hotel, has returned to this city from Savannah. Ga. . . Mrs. Jojeph Cbubb, who bad spent a tow weeks at Harvey's ranch, left for Philadelphia, on the morning train. Cbas. Trambley, Cbas. Hernandez, F. Hon oya and Pilar Abeytla will spend to morrow at J. Y. Lujan's San Ignaclo resort. : Mrs. A. Lsmb and daughter, Helen, from Warren, Ohio, visited D. A. Burnett and sister a day, and left for E-paaola, last evening.- Miss Flora Beschel drove out to tbe Har vey resort, to-dry, she being accompanied to the mountains by soma friends at ths bot springs. , Robert Holman, wife, father, two sisters and brother, left to-day for Blake's ranch. Mrs. W. E. Crites and son, Lee, also accompanied the party. Mrs Charles E. Lytton, sister of Mrs. W. G. Koogler, came In from Stillwater, Okla. boma, last evening, with her three chil dren, to spend the summer. Mrs. M. Canada, Warren, Ind.; A. S. Jennings, Chicago, II'.; John F. Droelio, Philadelphia; J, W. Moore, Leadville, Colo., are registered at tbe Depot hotel. Mrs. uidward Olsen, wife of a prom- nent Ch'cago attorney, and a sister of Mrs. Wm. Green, of this city, will arrive In Las Vegas, Tuesday morning; for a few months' visit. Henry Bnider, Bay City, Mich. ; W, A Task, Sedalis, Mo.; William Morgan, Watrous; Thomas Lester. Cherry valley; E. r. Smith, Bavannab, Ga., are at the New Optic hotel Geo. T. Atkins, who bad spent a few weeks very pleasantly visiting his nncle, ur. f. a. Atkins and fam.Iy, left, yester- aay, lor Dallas, Texas, wuere a good busi ness situation await) him. John Kircbner, an old soldier and a ver itable old-timer in these parts. Is in town from El Cuervo, to-day, and truly glad to again be privileged to grasp his time-honored friend, A. Letcher, of Baltimore, by tne nana. a. u. White, Cherry vallev: C. J. Eames, Jr., Galveston; G. B. Long, Texas: J. l'. reooies, Colorado Springs; M. G. JS-onn, rueblo, Colo, r Hobart Cochran and daughter, Kansas City; S. F. Valdes, opnnger, register at tbe Plaza hotel, to day. ' i.J. Wilson, Pitinore's ranch: F, H. ttanm, jr., Albuquerque; N. Fontaine and wife, Mrs. Henry Goke and son, Mrs, tl.UUoke and children. Banello: Ml. Culley.TIngland; C. F. WhUcberJNei lork City ; M. 8. Otero, Albuquerque; Ad Kaempfer, New York, registered at the Plaza hotel, yesterday. Big Moye bas received three more bron cos, which be will break for tbe market. !'UiU!rlilf UKatlods pi a iplenJld AlUttiiait at Si. Paul. St. Paul, Minn., July 11 Not withstanding the faot tbat tbis Is a presidential year, tbe indications are already that tbe national grand army encampment, to be held in tbla oily daring tbe first week in September, will not be less tuoof esful ia point ol numbers than tbat of 1895, at Louis ville. In aoaordanoe with tbe request issued some we !i since by Commander-in-Chief Walker, the depart ment commanders throughout tbe country are engaged In seeking infor mation concerning, tbe intentions of tbe various post in tbeir Jurisdictions, and preliminary advioes Indioate tbat, botb from the east and tbe far west, tbe attendanee will be enormous. Illi nois, Wlsoonsir, Iowa and Nebraska especially Indicate, an intention of turning out In a foroe that will lake tbe Twin Cities by storm. Hon. , Charles W. Horr, chairman 'vt tbe accommo dation committee, baa already put bis headquarter actively at wora, . and a foroe of clerks -will pe required to tabu late tbe reports and provide for tbe ac commodations of tbe various delegations. Flrat-elass Gotftlg at Lowest Pf Ices, 3 m l BILES, Fancy and Staple ...Groceries. Fruits and Vegetable, ' Fish and Oysters .... in Season. Telephone 16. BU8INK88 POINTERS. "Western Canoe Meet. ' Sheboygan, Miob., July 11. Tbe j twelve-day annual meet of the West ern Canoe association was Inaugurated to-lay, at Mulle Lake, about, seven miles below ibis oity. The raoea ha gin on Tuesday next, and New York, Ohio, Miohlgan and Illinois will be represented . during ihe"meet.' -M 1 t Io order to get advertisements in the places contracted for, usually at tbe bead of tbe column and next to pure read ing matter, tbe seoond page of Ths Optio, this evening, is slightly disarranged. For Reot-Tbe Watrous hotel will be rented and tbe hotel furniture sold. A good opening far tbe right party. . Terms and price on application to Mrs. J. Callan, . 2U-10t Watrous, N. M., One Way Rates. On July 18tb, 19th and 20th, will tell one-way tickets to Bt. Louis, (28.65; Chi cago, $31.15; Missouri river cities, (19.65. C. F. Joints, Agent. A meal ot plenty, well cooked and serv ed, at tbe New Brunswick. - 106-tf dooj Words for Macbeth Water. -I bave used Macbeth water, during tbe past six months, and consider It a valuable remedy for stomach and liver troubles, . I would use it if It cost $5, instead of fifteen cents per gallon. , . John Shank. Bicycles for Rent. New, standard make, 96 Model bicycles to rent, by tbe hour, to both ladies and gentlemen. I Theo Schuebhann, 2U-tt Gjainltb, data.- St. One lot Children's Kid two strap slippers, Patent tip. sizes 0 to 8J tO.&S " " " " " " " " " sizes 9 to 114 1.00 " " " . Tan one " ' very fine ; "lOtollK 1.26 " " " Patent leather one strap slippers "' 814 to 11 W " " '.' , Kid , " ' " ' " 9 to 104 1.00 ! " " Misses'' " " ' .... "13to2 .75 " " " Red 1,1 " " : HI to 3 .60 " " " Tan, high button . 11 to 13 1.26 " " " " ' 18 to 2 1 60 it - u Kid. front lace, patent tip, square tos 12 to 2 1.25 Ladles' Kid Oxford ties...., Regular price, $1.60, 1.00 " " " " Prince Alberts ............... " " 3.00, . 1.25 " " " Oxford ties 2.00, 160 " Tan, " " cloth top.. ...... ...... .... . ' " ' . " 2.60, 1J0 " " '.' " Prince Alberts ' " 2.00, 1.25 " " " " one sLrap sandals " 2.25, 1.60 " "' " " front lace...... 2.80, 8.00 "" " Kid button, patent tip ,( " 2.00, 160 " " Men's Laoe and Congress, good value.. " 2.00, 1.60 These Bargains for Cash, Only. v- 'J'-'hsSi.. Airy; Fairy, Dainty Stuffs In Delicate Tints For Evening Wear. Feather-Weight Silk Crepons, Rose-pink, Cream, White, Ciel, Black, Pure Silk Chiffon, White, Pink, Pale Blue, Cream, Maize, Magenta. Crepe de Chine, Mauve, Cream, Pale Pink, Heliotrope. China Silks, Rose-pink, Parisian Blue, Oriental Yellow, Egytian Green, Bishops' Purple, rearl Canary. . , s Diaphanous Wool Fabrics, in lovely evening shades. OrgandieSj French Mulls, Dimities, Linons and English Muslins, in most .y beautiitu qualities. y, : - Moiisqiietaire Kid Gloves-Elbow lengthen opera shades. Finest hosiery, neckwear and handkerchiefs. High-class Millinery. -.- .: , ... ; ILFELD'S, The Plaza. . r.lAGONIC TEMPLE- Summer Clearing Sale , Now going on. Now is the chance to avail yourself of these goods as q joted: r.::'70IaIaMei: THE MUSIC DEALER, Carries the most complete stock of musical goods ; in the Territory. Mall orders promptly filled ... . The Plaza, - - Las Vegas, GROSS, BLAMELL & GO. Wholesale Grocers "Wool Dealeis, East Laa Vegas and Albuquerque, New Mexico. GROSS, BLACKWELL & KELLY Txrr.r.T Cash Novelty; Drf Goods Store, JULY CLEARING SALEI The Balance of Our Shirt Waists, 75C, $I.OO$I. 15 Qualities, to be sold at our clearing sale, your choice, 4c0 Cents. Our entire stock of Children's Straw Hats , - Your choice of any, 25C 25 dozen Hermsdorf " Black nose,' Bargains at 25c- Sale price, 19c Latest Style Ladies'-Linen Collars, 15c. Cuffs, 25c pair. Silk Striped Challies, Light shades, was 25c, Clearing sale price, per yd. 125 25 doz. Men's Unlaundered Shirts, Sold everywhere at 75c, This week at 48C Latest Novelty in Empire Fans. HEW LEVY f Sixth Street, Opposite Postoffice. OHO,, r Walter Deardeo, assayer and chemist Trinidad, Colo. 187-tf Native bran at the mills, at 80c. per 100. Las Vegas Boiler 160-tf Dealers in 1 100, 10a and 104 North Second St.,1 St. Louis, Mo. OSHL & GO. LB 823 323 Railroad Avenue. DKAXKB8 IH GENERAL MERCHANDISE Ranoh. Supplies a Speolaltys Goods delivered tree to all parts ol the city. Call and examine our itoex oe fore purchasing, and be convinced of our low prices. W Complete line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. -fN T. A. McCormlek, tbe telegraph operator I who had trouble with his wife recently at I Juarez, Mexioo, and then secretly got bis I three-year-old daughter away from tbe wife I and mother, arrived In Albuquerque, the I other evening, and bas placed tbe child under the care of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mil ler, residing on the highlands, down there. Mrs. MoCormick, it is learned, is now In Denver, wbere her mother resides. Alter a successful fight, against tbe brotherhood of locomotive engineers, tbe Plant system, owning and operating sev eral thousand miles of railway In Georgia, Florida, Alabama and South Carolina, bas now opened war upon tbe American rail way union, and bas notified employes tbat no one will be permitted to remain in the employ of the oompany who Is a member of the American railway union. i , Awarded : Highest Honors World's Fair. DO; P MASONIC TEMPLE, - East Las Vegas, New Mexico. WM. MALBOEUF Is Offering the Greatest Values in Dry Cqods, Harness, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes and Groceries. WE'VE A FINE LOT OP GOODS, Purchased at a Great Sacrifice, and will give 4 Our Customers the Advantage of this Special Low Prices on Dress Goods. THE BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO BUY YOUR GROCERIES. A. A. SENECAL, Manager. . ' Sample and" Club Rooms,) x Corner Bixth Street and Douglas Avenue, ' CHRIS SELLMAN, Proprietor. Choicest brands of imported and domestic wines, liquors and cigars always in stock. Polite and attentive mixologists in atienrlfin aZ.a night. The patronage of gentlemen solicited. Strawberries . FOR Preserving. mm STEARNS' . GROCERY. ROSENTHAL ALWAYS HAVE CREAr.I rLsdLl MOST PERFECT. MADE. A pure Crane Cream of Tartar Pnuw Pr from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant Madani Goffrier, THE MASSAGE WONDER, P Has. Arrived! She stands ready to cure all com plaints, no matter how serious or long standing. Give her a trial and be convinced.' ' BROS. MPORTANT TEMS OF NTEREST. If You See it in Our M, It's So ! 6c For 25 inch Vestibule Curtain Net. 7c For 40 inch Cream Curtain Scrims. Oc For 34 inch Curtain Scrims, with Colored Dots. 9c For 36 inch Silkolene, in ail the newest designs and colorings. 16c For 36 inch White Dotted Swiss, in all size dots. Only at the Reliable Store, of " ' - ROSENTHAL BROS. 40 Year the Standard. Ccut t!;e Stcr.cr Ksi!S6,-R.R. Ave.