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THE DAILY OPTIC.
THE 4UPRBMB COUBT.
PERSONAL PKNC1LING8.
The People's Paper.
Kew Kenco Ui tit rind cniuttli lie Worn
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WEDNESDAY JBVKNINQ, AUG- 6, 1896.
METROPOLIS MISCELLANY.
J. Biebt, lead ln undertaker.
Toll will be big
county.
potato year
B3tf
in tbli
Tomato Juice erases tan from
plexton.
Macbeth
troubles.
Water cure
tbe com-
stomach
309tt
Picnics and festivals are in the height of
the season. 1
The days are exactly half an hour short
r tban a month bko.
Watermelons are now to be leen piled
along tbe curb itonei.
There li to be dancing at the Montezoma
club to-morrow evening.
The aesthetic sunflower ii already peep
ing over the garden wall. ,
Consult Gross, Blackwell & Co., If you
contemplate buying a bioycle. It
The populists of tbe city are contemplat
ing organliing a Watson club.
If you have anything you desire tbe pub
lic to know about, advertise in Tbe Optic
am
McKlnlev and protection is better tban
: Bryan and free silver for any republican,
: Keep lo mind the date of tbe complimen
- tary ball to Prof. A. J. Bodrlng on August
18th. ' ' "
Try a regular dinner at tbe Bell bouse
short order restaurant tbe best in tbe city
for 26 cents. ' It
Bantiago Blea, of Kowe, la again in tbe
county jail with a charge of drunkenness
chalked up against him.
A man may be ever so strong a political
partizan, but he needn't be any tbe leas a
- gentleman on tbat account.
E. Wigglesworth loaded 600 head of
sheen to-dav to be 'taken to Kansas for
feeding. Tbey belonged to L. D. Naftzger.
Muring ol Motion to Dismiss Writ of Error
In ttorr.tro Case In Progrew Other Cases
Involving Same Quoatloa of Law.
Tbe Mew Mexico supreme conrt met this
morning at 10 o'clock, with Chief Justice
Smith presiding and Associate Justices
Collier, Bants. Lauguliu and Hamilton
present, anys yesterday ' New Mexican.
In the matter of Fraaoiaco Gonzales y
Borrego et al , plaintiffs In error, nnder
death sentence, vs. the Territory of New
Mexioo; defendant in error, the motion of
the solicitor-general to quasb and dismiss
tbe writ of error and afllrm tbe judgment
of tbe court below was at once taken np
before J udges Smith, Collier and Bants,
Judges Hamilton and Laughlm being dis
qualified on account of tbeir connection
wltb tbe cause In the court below, Catron
& Bpiesa are resisting the motion.- Tbs
question involved Is whether the case
should, under tbe statutes, have been taken
up on a writ of error or on appeal, tbe so
licitor-general maintaining tbat It could
only properly come before tbe court on ap
peal and tbat tbe oourt Is without Juried Io
tlon in criminal cases sent up on writs of
error. ,-
Precisely the same motion Is pending,
involving tbe same queation of law, in the
cases of Perfecto Padllla, Solplo Agullar,
Dlonioio Sandoval and John Chamberlln,
all under death sentence for murder and
seeking new trials on. writs of error. In
tbe Perfecto Padllla case Judge Laogblln
is disqualified, in tbe Solplo Agullar case
Judge Smith can not sit, in tbe Dlonoio
Sandoval case Judge Collier is disqualified
and la the John Chamberlln case Judge
Hamilton Is not qualified; but It fortu
nately so happens, as tbe reader will ob
serve, that in the bearing of the motions in
these five different cases all the judges of
the court will be called upon to pass on the
question of law at issue and so the final
judgment will be that of the entire oourt.
It is understood that the other cases indi
cated will be beard at once.
- Some of the best borne talent are pre
paring a drama, "The Arabian Nights," to
be put on tbe stage bere some time this
month.
5 On the "bargain counter" we place, to.
day a lot of summer lap-robes at 53 cents
each better get a pair while they are
cheap, at Ilfeld's. It
Tbe "Nazareth" waists for boys sod girls
are remarkable garments; tbey save work
and worry to mothers see tbe new line
just opened at Ilfeld's. It
The sheriff of Guadalupe county has just
received $360.77 in full payment of a judj
meat rendered in favor of Dr. W. R. Tip
ton against F. N. Page. .
Born, to A. R. Qumly and wife, this
morning at 8 o'clock, an eight-pound boy.
Mother and child doing well. Another
McKinley vote, says Al.
A telephone message from Henry Coke,
at Sapello, announces that the infant child
of Henry Goke, Jr., is very ill, and small
hopes are entertained for its recovery.
Frank Trumbull, receiver of tbe TJ. P.,
D. & G. railroad, has filed a report for the
month of June, in tbe district court bere,
bowing a balance on hand of $354,839.53.
The four refrigerators, tbat are all we
have left, are going to be sold at about
three-fourths of tbeir first price; that will
make it an object for anybody to buy right
away. - y It
A picnio party consisting of Mrs. C. Con-
ley and daughter, Grace, and Mrs. Geo. H.
Hartman and. children. Earl and Beolab,
are enjoying themselves in tbe bot springs
canon to-day. .
The Next Irrigation Congress.
Col. Max Frost has returned to Santa Fe
from Denver, where, among other business
matters, be attended meetings of the ex
ecutlve committee of tbe National Irrlga
tion CongresB, of which committee he is
member for New Mexico. A full program
of tbe sessions was mapped out and will be
published in short order. Tbe congress
will hold In Phoenix, Arizona, on the 15tb,
16th and 17tb of Deoember of this year,
and it is expected will be well attended by
prominent irrigators and scientific men
and Irrigation engineer?, and lawyers In
terested in irrigation laws, from all over
tbe west. A very full and Interesting; pro
gram and plan was laid out, and arrange
ments were made by which very low rates
will be secured for ail those desiring to at
tend the congress, In addition to regular
delegates. Low excursion rates for side
trips to New Mexico, Mexico and Califor
nia will also be secured. Tbe citizens of
Phoenix are already at work preparing for
tbe congress, and propose to make it a very
enjoyable and complete affair.' Large delr
egations from Nebraska, Utah, California
Wyoming, Colorado, KansaB, Oklahoma
and other western states and Territories
have already signified- their intention to
attend and participate in the sessions of
tbe congress. Seventeen states and Terri
tories at least will be represented by rfg
ular delegates, tolbe appointed by the gov
ernors tbereol, and by irrigation com
panies and societies of irrigation engineers
and representatives from the governments
of Canada and Mexico will also be present.
Among tbe speakers at tbe congress
have already been selected ex-Governors
Prince and Sheldon and ex-Surveyor-Gen
eral Hobart, of New Mexico.
This irrigation congress is growing In
importance every year and yearly is doing
more and more good. The 1897 session
will iln all likelihood be held at Lincoln,
Neb. Thb Optic hopes tbat New - Mexioo
will be fully represented at the Phoenix
congress, for water is king In New Mexico
and irrigation and tbe storage of flood and
rain waters and kindred subjects are ot
paramount Importance to the people of
New Mexico. Col. Frost, as member of the
executive committee of tbe congress, Is do
ing excellent work and -all he can ti for
ward New Mexico Interests In thai direc
tion, and is ably seconded by the. Terr!
toria! commission, which consists ot him
self, as chairman; Hon. G. A. Richardson,
of Roswell, as vice chairman ; Edward F
Hobart, of Hobart, as secretary-treasure?.
and of ex-Governor L. Bradford Prince, of
Santa Fe, and Major W. H. H. Llewellyn,
of Las Cruces, as commissioners.
Win. Frank Is in from Los Alamos, to
day. " . , '
W. W. Rawlins I) in from El Porvenir
to- day.
; J, H. Burks went over to Santa Fe last
evening.
Win. Hoehne Is in town from Los Col
onies to-day.
Mrs. George T. Gould Is in return from
very pleasant trip to Denver.
B. Romero and wife left this morning
for an outlog in the mountains.
Pablo Beaublen and Manuel Abreu, of
Ft. Sumner, are In Las Vegas to-day.
Henry Huneke and Wm. Hoeing are in
town from tbeir down-country ranches. ,
B. A. Romero and wife drove down from
Watroua this morning on a shopping expe
dition. '.
H. B. Roberts, La Cinta canon, and J,
Fisbcr, San Francisco, Cal., register ;at tbs
New Optic ; , v. v
Rev. Craig and wife, of Sata Fe, are in
tbe city attending the Presbyterian mis
sion meetings, .
JW, G. Diokey, S. Marquis, Denver; arid
J; L. Trujlllo, Catskill, are registered at
the Plaza hotel. ' ' ' , . ; f
C. Bi McKlnois and Jerry .Wpodbrldge
will soon leave overland for Colorado with
a bunch of sbeep.
Lodwig Ilfeld and L. H. Hofmelster and
family will leave to-morrow for a week's
outing at Harvey's ranch.
L. li. JNartiger leaves la tbe morning
tor Colorado Springs, expecting to return
soon for tbe purchase of more sheep.
E. Marcotte leaves to-nlgbt for Arizona,
being called to the bedBlde of bis mother,
wbo went there about six weeks ago for
her health, but who is not now expected to
recover.
PbllPrager, St. Louis; Misses Pearls
and Ora Mitchell, Columbia, Mo.; Edgar
Howbert, Colorado Springs, and W. H.
Sebastain, San Francisco; are guests ot tbe
Depot hotel. -
First-class Goods
at Lowest Trices.
Mil BOIES,
Fancy and Staple
...Groceries.
.'Fruits and Vegetable,
Fish and Oysters....
in Season. Telephone 18.
BUSINESS POINTfiUS.
Walter Dearden,
Trinidad, Colo.
assayer and chemist
187-11
If you want to buy or sell cattle, woo or
sheep, dou't fail to see or write J, Minium,
wool and live stock broker, East Las Ve
gas, New Mexico. He will save you
money. J22w&dtf
Go to G. V. Heed & Co., for your plumb
ing and tin work. All work done at very
reasonable prices. Try us and be con
vinced. 200-tf.
1 Sjorlrtf It and Ste
Summer Reductions
ON
. , Kate to City of Mexico.
Las Vkqab, N. M., March 9tb, 1898.
Round trip rates to City of Mexioo, from
Las Vegas, $06.70. Uoing limit, sixty
days, with final return limit, of six months
from date of sale.
, - , R4TBS TO PHOENIX.
Tourist rates to Phoenix, Ariz., and return-
from Las Vegas, $48.50. Limits,
fifteen days, in each direction .with final
limit of six months.
tt- C, F. Jonbs, Agent.
'Native Iran at the .Las Vegas Roller
mills, at 8O0. per 100. v - I 160-tf -
:For parties, Concerts 'and
Rosenthal Bros', ball. ' '
socials, rent
60-s-tf
Bicycles for Rant.
New, standard make, 1)8 Model bicycles
to rent, by tbe hour; to both ladles and
gentlemen."
ThSO SOHCEBHARir,
213-tf Gunsmith, Center St.
Bicycles on Easy Payments. '
High-grade bicycles, Thistles, Eagles,
Wlntons, Ajax, Kelley-Maus, Wolff
American, F.atnerstone, $40 to 1100.
Children's full ball-bearing, pneumatio
tire,$25. '.- . - ' .
Ladles' '90, model, twenty-two pounds
Cash or easy payments.
tt Mernih, 000 Douglas avenne.
SHOES
Great Reductions on all of Our
Spring and Summer Goods.
ALL TAN SHOES AT COST!
MASONIC TEMPLE.
VS -ULl
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Sr.
SANTA FE, N. M. ' , .
Fall Term
Opens
September 1st.
For particulars, apply to
Brother Botulph.
TRACK AND TRAIN.
, The Gulf has again been laying off more
shop men up at Trinidad. Thursday eight
and Sunday ten men were laid off.
Receiver C. W. Smith, of the A. & P.
railway, In special car A. & P. 99, passed
through last night, en route , to Albuquer
que from Chicago.
F, B. Strong, agent for the Atchison at
Waldo, will be relieved soon,be'baving been
granted a leave of absence, and will, with
bis family, spend a few weeks camping in
tbe mountains. '
In order to facilitate and encourage the
importation of corn from tbe United States
to Mexico, the federal government has fixed
a freight rate for the railroads of 70c..
Mexioan enrrenoy, per 100 kilos, or 240
pounds, from tbe Rio Grande border to the
City of Mexico.' Wltb this low rate in ef
fect, the railroads connecting with the
border can compete with the steamship
lines, in the handling ot corn. One thous
and tons of corn have j
into Tamplco by the steamer
now being discharged. This cargo origin
ated in Kansas City, and was shipped to
Mexico by way of Mobile, Ala
Going Camping?
GKT RRADY.at Ilfeld's. We
have everything needed to make camp life happy.
Tents, Tarpaulins,
Blankets, Quilts, .
Cooking Vessels,
" " " Firearms, Fishing Tackle, Ammunition.
Picnic Hammocks, and elegant hammocks lox the piazza and the
lawn. Prices cut:"
$I.OO
1.50
2.5O
3.50
Hammocks for 85c.
1.90. v
2.65. And finer same rate.
1
ust been brought Surprise Party all the week. for our patrons. The '.'Summer Sale"
tm. is going on just as before, although we do not publith a price-list
this time that's the Surprise. ; ,
The Plaza.
Weekly Crop Bulletin.
'4'ne.week ending August 3d was an ex
cellent week for the growth and advance
ment of all crops.
Partly oloudy weather with occasional
showers . prevailed,' aod the temperature
was about normal. Tbe San Juan country,
In the northwestern part of tbe Territory,
and tbe western part of Socorro county
were not favored wltb much rain, and con
sequently the stock ranges are not in as
good condition In those localities as other
parts of the Territory. . Thl Wtr
gatiop in tbe San Juan valley as well as all V" UUT; Bargain MHinter, at
of
ILFELD'S.
Cash Novelty Dry Goods Store.
PRICES BLOWN TO BITS t
The official visit of Grand Master N. E,
Stevens to the 1. O. O. F. and Daughters
of Bebekah lodges, Monday evening, was
an ocoasion of a very pleasant evening,
ending wltb a banquet.
' There will be a concert given by tbe
sable singers at A. M. E. cburcb, Friday
evening. Louis Ransom will also sing a
few plantation echoes. Admission, 15 cent?,
All are cordially Invited. It
A wholesale merchant of this city . wbo
undoubtedly knows what be Is talking
about, says trade in Las Vegas Is remarka
bly good in fact, mncb better than at any
other point in the Territory.
Elijlo Deuran, who had been serving
time at hotel d Bergmann in 8anta Fe,
for appropriating cattle that did not be
long to blm, bas again" returned to this
city with promises to lead a better life. . -
In all probability, a call for a meeting
will be made, of tbe republicans who have
not changed their faith In the past year
but wbo still cling to tbe views of protec
tion and bimetallism, as held by tbe re
publican party In years past, and which
were championed by such leaders as James
G. Blaine and John A. Logan.
This office is in receipt of a communica
tion aenying toe recently reported mar
riage ot Miss Romana Serrano and San
tiago Monroy, and stating tbat tbey are
not married, nor have tbey any intentions
in that way. Now if Thb Optic's inform
ant will please come forward for a good
thrashing, all will be well.
other parts, so tbat nothing is in need
water there except the stock ranges..
in most parts of tbe Territory, tbe teed
on the ranges is in excellent condition and
water Is abundant.
Btcctt bas gained flesh rapidly and is
generally in good condition.
JSariy apples are now in the market bat
the yield is small owing to the injury re
ceived by tbe late frosts in tbe spring.
la some localities peaches are abundant
Vegetable gardens are in excellent con
anion and vegetables ot excellent Equality
sts plentiful
New goods are arriving daily at Block's.
It
INSURANCE COMPANIES STATEMENTS.
A. YAKD,
Again a car-load of f urniture is on tbe
way for Ilfeld's, although it Is such a very
crier time since tbe last car was received
Ilfeld sells these large quantities of furni-
l tare because of careful selection, good
qualities and right prices. It
Another Invoice of our steel kitchen
ranges has just come in. Judging from
what tbe people wbo bave bought these
ranges tell ns there are none which give
better satisfaction, and, then, tbey are so
reasonable In price. It Ilfbld's.
Thb Optic has it on excellent authority
that, on account of tbe universal dullness
of trade, and the numerous other attrac-
tions lately, Albuquerque will be unable to
bold the annual fair, so much a feature
tbere every year. Such being tbe case let
Las Vegas do something in that line.
What Is to hinder!
Men's neckwear, elegant patterns, at
Block's. ... It
Board of Equalization.
The Territorial board of equalisation,
with Dr. Tipton presiding and , Messrs.
Martinet, Ulrlck and Hotiart present,; met
this morning at 10 o'clock says yesterday's
New Mexican, and has been hard at work
all day. About thirty appeals have so far
been filed and more are expected. Tbe
board will probably be in tension all . day
to-morrow and possibly longer. Results
will be printed in tbe New Mexican as they
are disclosed. -
Those $4 men's
defy competition.
shoes at Jake
Block'
It
-Awarded
Highest Honors World's Fair.
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Synopsis statement rear ending December I
aWW M.Wmt fls X.
Gross assets $9,888,628 00
uross liabilities 8,148.178 00
Net surplus 1, 705,430 00
synopsis statement year ending December
am, loao, nurtioru l ire insu ence Com
pany, of Bartlord, Conn. :
Gross assets $9,229,218 00
Gross liabilities...........'. 828 s 19 00
Net surplus...,. ........ 2,900,614 10
synopsis statement year ending Decembsr
0ii. lotu. iHjnuneniai 'nsuiance vom-
van;, ul anw i.;
Gross assets.... ........ ........... 7,216,828 00
Gross liabilities 6.191.020 00
net surplus... 2,026,808 00
synopsis statement year endlnar December
mv. ibw, eprwgneia ire ana Marine In
surance Company,-, of Sprit (jfleld. Mass ;
Gross assets ...w,.,v..ii $8,845,145 00
Gross liabilities....,;... , 8.SS0.6M 00
Net surpi s... 6U,8u9 00
Synopsis statement year' ending t)ecemoer
Jil.fr lilt. TrArtara InonranM rtrtm n an..
wross assets... .. . ......'.-:;,..-..., ;.r 747 m
Gf oss liabilities ...,. ....'l,ves,m 00
Net surplus.......... 079,626 00
Jake Block bas a very pretty and sub
stantial line of men's suitines at bard
times prloes. It
PMENIX MEAT MRKET,
J. S, Dillon, Prop.
Dealer In all kinds of
FRESH MEATS, Fresh
MAMS AND BACON.
Fish, Game arid Poultry in Season.
ORDERS SOLICITED. , '
Our entire stock of Cotton Duck, Figured Grass Linen,
Dimity, Batlst, Lawny, Chaliies and Ginghams.
Must Make Room for Fall Stock.
IK LEW & BfiO.,
Sixth Street, Opposite Postoffice.
DELMONIOO RESTAURANT,
Finest Eating House in New Mexico,
IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS,
And everything is being served in first-class style. Also
A la Bill of Fare.
Rates for boarders, $7.00 per week; $1.00 per day; single meal 50c.
LrSCHAEFER, M'gr. M. COHN, Prop'r.
--THE MUSIC DEALER.
Carries the most complete stock of musical goods
in the Territory. Mail orders promptly filled. . ... -
The Plaza. - Las Vegas,
GROSS, CLIICIfflELL & CO,
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Wholesale Grocers
"AN
Wo o 1 Deal er s ,
East Las Vegas and Albuquerque, New Mexico
GROSS, BLACKWELL & KELLY
WDOT.
ioo, 102 and 104 North Second St.,"
St, Louis, Mo.
826 & 328 Railroad Avenue.
DEALERS IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Ranoli Supplies a Soeolalt v
Goods delivered free to all parts of the city. Call and examine our stoos ok
fore purchasing, and be convinced, of our low prices. , " "
i Complete line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. -p
" DIXGNS SILICA GRAPHITE,"
IS THE BEST PAINT FOR ROOFS.
For sale by . "
WA0WER.&,roiVERS;
- ' "" "" DEALERS IN '-;
GEfJERAL llflilDl'JflflE,
' ; Stoves and Tinware.
MASONIC TEMPLE, EAST LAS VEGAS.
WM. MALBOEUF
s Offering the Greatest Values in Dry Goods,
Harness, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots,
Shoes and Groceries.
WE'VE A FINE LOT OF GOODS,
Purchased at a Great Sacrifice, and will
Our Customers the Advantage of this.. .
give
Special Low Prices on Dress Goods.
THE BEST PLAGE IN THE CITY TO BUY YOUR GROCERIES.
A. A. SENECAL, Manager.
v f MRS. R. FLINT, Prop.
Centrally Located. Good Accommodations.
Rates, $125 per Day. Board and Boom $5 and $6 per Week.
STEARNS
GO TO
t
for
GROCERY
The ladies of tha Christian cbaroh will
give a reception and social at Malboecf's
ball this evening in behalf of Mr. and Mrs.
File, who bave been bere for tbe last two
weeks. X literary exercise will be on the
program. Miss Darkness will give one of
her best recitations and a cordial Invlla
iiou is rj.iend.d to all. Cake, loe cream
nd coffee will be served for fifteen cents.
Com all ad bv a good time, - n
CREAK!
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 Year tint StanSard.
JOHN HILL;
CONTRACTOR awl BDILDEB.
Manufacturer of
Sash and Doors,
Mouldings, "
Scroll Sawing,
Surfacing and Matching
Planing Twrfll
and Offloe Corner of Blanohard street and
Grand avenue.
Vegetables,
and Berries,
IN SEASON.
sfB
DO
AST US TTOA
NTTT HEX
Madam Goffrier,
THE MASSAGE WONDER,
Has Arrived !
She Btands ready to cure all com
plaints, no matter how
serious cr
long standing. Give her a trial
and be convinced.
Cct tifes, 711 Kiln St.
,2J4C 32 irch Duck Suitings for
8c Outing Flannel for ,
I2jC Outing Flannel for j,
I5C Zephyr Gingham for
l8c Zephyr Gingham for
75C . Shirt Waists for
$I.OO Shirt Waists for; V " '
$1.75 Shirt Waists for;
35C Half Wool ChalHes for '
8c
5C
pc
8c
IIC
24c
69c
98c
14c
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
4OC Ladies' Ribbed Vest, Short Sleeves, for
50C Ladies' Ribbed Vests, Long Sleeves, for
50C Ladies Ribbed Combination Suits for
9c
16c
19c
6c
9c
19c
29c
K.OSJiN-1-
HAL
ROS:
Tti JBax-trotln Resort,

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