IHK UAILY OPTIC.
The People's Paper.
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FHIDAY BVENING, AUGUST T. 1886.
JT. BloW, leading undertaker.
Furnished room 828 Fifth street.
What has beoome of the Mora Electrio
Filliiano Kioudero U Yerj low with the
dropy. : v ' " ; -' ,
resorta are being well
Publlo library open to-morrow after
noon, from 1 to 6 o'clock.
Regular meeting hose irompanyMfa. 1 aU
headquarters this evening,
A car of Jellies, preserves, eto., arrived
to-day for Browne & Manzanares Co. 1
An assault and battery case has tbe at
tention of Judge Wooster's court to-day.
Hiss Lena Gaines, sister to Mrs. Judge
Smith, Is recovering from a tedious illness,
Las( evening was very
in danoing and cards at
Mrs. Martlne Del y ado is very
fears are entertained that sbe may
cover.-' ' ' : ' " :
Little Georcle Tarr, brother of Marola
Tarr, died at bis borne in Manuelitas, on
- Thomas Roff and wife have moved Into
t'le Charles Rosenthal dwelling ud on
W. L, Crockett is again able to be about
the streets and expeots to leave tor Puerto
de Luna, to-morrow.
Three Pullman sleeping cars passed
through this olty on last evening's No,
lor Fort Wingate, to convey tbe cavalry
troops from that fort to Fort Riley in
There will be no concert at tbe Casino
next Sunday, but in a few weeks a One
musical program will be arranged, in
which the Las Vegas Military band will
The residence of Col. If. L. Rosenthal is
receiving a new coat of paint, a new fence
is being erected and the place, generally,
being put in shape for tbe return of tbe
family tbe Utter part of this month.
... Tbe concert at the A. M. E. church to
night promises to give full satisfaction to
all wbo may attend. The songs that will
be sung by Louis Ransom will surely be
appreciated. There will also be an opos
sum supper served.' It
. -Tbe Agua Clara resort under the able
;mansgement of Col. TTm. McRae is doing
a good business these days, a carriage load
of people left for that place to-day and
four people who desired to go out there
could not secure accommodations.
Everyman brings letters to Th Optic
commending it upon its courageous stand
taken In matters political. These letters
come from all parts of the .Territory and
are as a rule from republicans. It is need-
less to add that tbey. are. highly appre
, elated, V
Guadalupe Caballero and r Anastacio
' Lobato, accused of stealing cattle from
Margarito Romero and other parties, have
' been released from custody, Juan D. Mar
tinez Y. Carlota and U. de Lopes having
signed for Caballero and Manuel Segnra
; and Pablo Jaramillo for Lobato.
There will be a game of base ball . at the
- old fair grounds in old town Sunday after
' noon, between tbe Gold Bugs of the west
aide and Bryan Reserves of the east side.
l This will in all probability be tbe last
game played by those warriors without an
aamission ree Deing cnargea, as tbe new
grounds will soon be in shape, over east
of tbe railroad tracks. . "
Sherrard Coleman has been appointed
- special agent for tbe U, 8, department of
, . justice smS-Assigned to. duty in the survey
' " division of the V. S. court of private land
""elaims. - The position is a responsible one.
i... for whicb' JfColeman-ie admirably fitted
. by practical experience. The JVew Mexi
" can's congratulations. ATew Mexican. ,
I Said a prominent physician of this city a
, few days ago: "The most humble employe
of tbe Atchison road has ten chances to re
- ( cover from a serious accident pr illness, to
, one, against the most wealthy man in the
city, all for the reason of the hosptsal fa
" cilltles.; ' This "will not be true -when tbe'
'. iihtersV new. sanitariuiii and hospital Is
completed. 12j2!L." !-;
. . "Rev, O. Jv W.Ch'andler who. arrive
t, here nine weeks ag;o with a very weak pair
.P'-juug" and "was scarcely ' able to wali
wben bi oeroe; Sif gsinsd tbiity.turee
pounds in weight and feels so well and en
couraged that be left on No. 3 this morn
ing to spend a month in Indiana fishing
and bunting. Be tbeo goes to Tiffin, Ohio,
where be will take charge of a congrega
tion from whom be has just accepted a
call. : : .
flirts, Watch Your Fellows.
The following letter was received by
.... v.iiimiu any gooa-iooking bach
elor wanting the address that came with
It will apply at this offloe, with a good
cigar as our commission, he will be wel
; come to it:
To the Editor of The Optic
Kansas Cwf, Mo., Aug. 4tb, '86. Tbe
-' author of three lines is prompted by
a sincere desire to make the acquaintance
of an hcnorable-western gentleman. Will
you kindlv band this note te some one wbo
would take an interest in the following:
Age twenty-seven, o ft. 4U . In., 117
-pntmrfe, dark, brown ialr and eyes.
Vs If there is a true weilarnieBtleina'n Who"
is wanting "responsive heart," ind who
would find pleasure in corresponding with
a little Missouri woman, here is one wbo
1. aUl endeavor to make correspondence
vtry rleaBt. Signed,
M. tV. Blog left tait night tHt Riian.
Rev. W. W. Burks took tbe early morn
ing for Denvor.
K. R. Pierce, tbe Boston wool marl, wont
east last evening.
Chief Justice Smith returned to Banta
Fe, last evening. '.
, Miss Luoy 8tooe is In return from a visit
to Los Angeles, Cal. ' , ..',"!'
I. K. Blanton, tbe sheep man, Is In town
from bis headquarters. :
Miss Josephine Widner left for ber Ne
braska borne last night, ' ..,.';
M. Brunswick and W. E. Gortner were
In Watrous, yesterday.
F. S. Donahoe left this morning for bi
ranch near Fort Bumner.
Miss Mary L. James, of Albuquerque, Is
visiting Laa Vegas friends.
Brother Botulpb cam la from Santa Fe
on.the early morning train. -
J. 7. flntphlson, of the Springer Stock
man, visited Raton, yesterday. -
Julias Eiseman, of Boston, la looking o
wool shipments In this olty, to-day.
R. n. de Rana If at his dS from 'a vaca
tion visit to bis parents at La Llendre.
R. Vollmtr and R. MoDooagb aspect
leave for Mora on borse back this evening,
Mrs. W. H. Rodes and children left on
the early train tor Caney, Kansas, on
visit . . ,..
S. E. Markel and J. E. Johnson came
down for pasiengeri to the Harvey ranch
W. E. O'Leary returned from a lew.
weeks visit to his old borne in Chicago,
W. O. Wood and sister Ellen, leave Id tbe
morning for Ozden. Utah, to visit their
.W.G.Hughes, of 8pringer, and bride,
formerly Mrs. M. Slane, are In tbe city on
their wedding tour, -. t
. Teodorla and Manuel Oasaus and several
of tbe smaller members of tbe family are
In from Casaas to-day. . ' .
Mrs. Phelps and Miss Battle Knicker
bocker accompanied tbe Whitmore party
Out to L CuOVa, yesterday. .
C. C. MoGllloray; who had' spent six
months in this city for climatic benefit, left
for Colorado points, this morning.
N. L. Rosenthal, wife and daughter
Lucie sail from Southampton, England, on
the 12th of this month for America.
Mrs. Burns, accompanied by ber daugh
ter, mother and sister of Charley Burns,
are now on a visit to Mrs. Wm. Goin
Wm. Thompson and wife, wbo have
spent several months at tbe Harvey ranch
are In tbe city from that resort to-day.
C. C. Martin and Geo. Longmoore, two
Influential citizens of tbe lower country.
left for their Roswell homes, this morning,
H. W. ' Reynolds, casbler of the Ne
Mexico branch of tbe New York Life In
surance company, Is up from Alba
querque. , .
Mrs. Virginia Hawkens wbo will be re
membered as Mias Virginia Henry in this
city, is expected to arrive from St. Lonis
Mrs. M. Weil, wbo is on her way borne to
El Paso, from tbe east, stopped over last
evening, for a few days' visit to tbe family
of Julius Uraaf.
O. R. Fuller, W infield, ' Kansas; M. C
Cooley, Tyler, Texas; C. H. Miller and Jas,
W. Miller, Newark, N. J., are registered at
tbe Plaza hotel.
N. Llttlefield, Topska; J. P. Goodlander,
8t. Louis ; J. C, Hamlin and wife, Crock
ton Mills, Tenn., and O. Eisman, Denver,
are stopping at the Depot hotel.
John Grabner and grandson, John Van
Vorbts, J. J ndell and family, Wm. Hal
boeuf, wife and visiting friend, John York
and family and Willie Sprloger will leave
to-morrow for Harvey's ranch.
T. Puryear, Graham, N. C. ; Paul Taeffer,
Winslow, Ariz.; James Lynch, San 'An
tonio; il. K. Blanton, F. 8. Donaboe, Ft,
Bumner; Mitu Layne, Texas, and Fred
Hess,. Copenhagen, Denmark, are guests
of the Central hotel. 1 " " VJ
Mrs. L. E. Scbmiedor and daughter, of
New York, who had been spending some
time in Catsklll, N. M , for the letter's
health, have gone out tbe Agua Clara re
sort at Mineral Hill, where they will soon
be joined by Misses A. and B. Klttell who
are here for health reasons, also from New
York. -, . .r- ..
. Christian Endeavor Bally.
Tbe Christian Endeavor society of tbe
Presbyterian church are arranging 'an at
tractive popular meeting for Bunday even
ing next. Mrs. Mary R. Riggle, of Socor
ro, will give an address descriptive of tbe
great Endeavor convention, at Washing
ton. . Miss Lulu H. Hamilton, one of New
Mexico's brightest young ; women, will
contribute a letter presenting personal tm-
pressions of tbe Washington-7 gathering.
New and stirring music will be need
throughout the service,' and a finer orcba
tra will complete the attractiveness of the
Who Knew BuclWn JoeV----.
Editor of The Optic: ' -' 'V-.
Obkbmn, Kan., July 30th. Borne time in
the tummer or fall of 1881 D. Caster, oom-
monly known as "Buckskin Joe," died or
was killed at or near your city, leaving a
a widow and several minor, children here
who have never learned, tbe ..particulars of
bis death. He was a soldier and they have
been unable to get on tbe pension rolls on
accouut of lack of proof of bis death. They
are a poor but worthy family ' and would
appreciate dby ttsistanee you ooold ifen-.
der themTn.way of IntoVmatloh'.' Hej-.!'
Interested' In em'e-mlnes In or near iMla-
eral Cfyv Fe'liad sssaya-; majJeAndi tbeyJ
pubUshed.Sa yssr pipor la Vuiuuiivi
1881, and be sent copies of the paper to bis
family, that were destroyed long aince. He
was sandy complextoned, about six feet in
height, a very radical republican and much
given to drink and gambling.
If you can give Information bis family
will greatly appreciate it.
- Respectfully, .:. '.;
Bertbajc & McBlboy,
Tourist Rate to the Qrand Canon.
From Las Vegas to Grand Canon of the
uoiorado river and return, fou.ou. inirty
days' transit limit in each direction.
Final return limit, -ninety days from date
of sale. Tbe stage will leave Flagstaff, on
Mondays, Wednesdavs and Fridays, con
necting with our through California trains
in each direction.
Returning, It will leave theGrandCanon
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Tbe
ride to the canon- is ever a good road and
occupies about eleveu - bours. Stations
bare been established along the route and
at tbe caqon for the accommodation of
tourists.:.. .'.:;'" '.."'' ;-C. FtdONM, Agenfc. .
Harry A Ids worth bas accepted position
. ID tba A.. T. A 8. F. .linn, anil UMin tia.
Moklhe 26 went dowa tb (like iter old ruie
on ttie Oanla Fe branch.
. W, Llttleford, attorney, aud Guy L.
Httmphrtiy, of tbe coal department, wore
Passengers oh No. 1 last evening.
Machinist Walter C. A. Eddiogton) of
Nlckerton, t,t has been transferred lb
Ratoq, and left fof that place, Bunday
Engineer W llllain J, Igoe has returned
to Nlckerson from tbe New Mexloo dlvis
ion, where be bad been helping out during
tbe stock rush.
A bridge carpenter by tbe name of Ebbs
bad his leg Injured yosterday while at
work east of Raton, and was broug bt to
the hospital here last evening.
Dr. Gibson and daughter and D. E. Pal
mer, all of tbe Atchlnson at Topeka, ar
rived in this city last evening and will
spend some time at the springs.
Harr Jones, at one time round-boose
foreman at this place, who basbeen spend
ing a few days here among friends, lett
to-day for the Hopswell mining camp, on
a prospecting tour.
-A!! of the lsad belonging to tbo Sortb
ern Pacific railroad company in the state
of Washington has been sold at fore
olosore. It comprises 12,000 sections, and
was purchased by'representatives of tbe
reorganization committee for 11,703,200,
Net earnings of tbe Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fe for tbe month of June Increased
305,261, or nearly half tbe amount pf In
ortase id net earnings for the entire year,
which amounted to only $761,031. ' Tbe to
tal gross earnings of tbe Santa Fe for tbe
year ending June 30th, 1896, amonnted to
(28.999,807, and the operating expenses to
132,022,907. . There was a decrease in op
eratingexpenses for tbe year, of $291,447
For tbe month of June alone operating ex
peases decreased 1244,699.
The Atchlnson eating house at Iflnsley
Kan., is again in operation. The Jestruc
tlon by flee of tbe company hotel building
ten days ago interfered but slightly with
tba catering facilities at that place, The
company immediately secured a oommo
dious struoture lust across tbe tracks from
the site of tbe old building and bad it ren
ovated and erranged for an eating bouse
and hotel. - It Is believed that tbe eating
bouse will be' maintained at Kinsley and
that tbe oompany will rebuild the hotel In
tbe course of a few months.
The fine conditions of tbe crops through
out the west suggested to the Burlington
management that the best way the farm
lands and tbe crops of : 1896 could be
broug nt to tne attention or tbe world was
to organize a party of fifty or sixty land
and Immigration agents from tbe states of
Illinois; Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin and
Ohio, and move tbe party in a special train
three or four days among tbe growing
orops. The greater part of the country
will be traveled over by daylight. All tbe
expenses are borne by the Burlington.
. '- DONATED $30,000. '
The Atchison Railway company, through
tbe executive committee, has donated $30,
000 toward tbe cost of the new Atchison
hospital In Topeka, This amount will be
paid to the Santa Fe Hospital assoolatlon
and will be used by tbe executive board in
meeting outstanding accounts resulting
from tbe ooustruction of the new building.
At tbe time of the reorganizatioa of tbe
Santa Fe Hospital association an agree
ment was made with tbe railroad com
pany to the effect that tbe railroad com
pany should purchase all ho pital build'
logs then in use, but that tbey should be
maintained exclusively by the association
101s was none, tne company paying on an
average $30,000 for each building.
Although the Topeka hospital was built
as the property of the association, the eur
plus funds In tbe association treasury to be
used in Its construction, the total cost far
exoeeded tbe amount first expected. On
this account tbe attention of tbe railway
company was called to the old agree
ment, and the company asked to donate
an amount equal to that paid for the other
buildings. This tbe executive committee
decided to do. ?
- Good tor In Igestlon.
I bad been suffering with indigestion for
years, and bad tried almost all tbe rem
edles that I saw advertised, but was cot
benefited. Macbeth mineral water bas ben
efited me more than, anything else, and I
would not be without it at any price, and
I can ' heartily recommend it to any one
suffering with stomach trouble, or indiges
tion. ; 232 tf . Mrs. T. F. Cult.
80MB SPECIAL RATES.
Commencing- June 1st. we will sell
ronnd crip tickets to Pueblo, at $15.70'; to
Colorado Bpriners, $18.50: to Denver.
jm.io. i icKeis limited to one day In each
direction, with Dnal limit for return. No
vember 16th. 1896.
Annual Convention. International Ann
f irv .u$iuera oaiv L.ase licy, utan
Aog. 10 to 14th. m. Dates of sale,
Augost 7tb and 8tb. One lowest flrst-claM
standard (are tor tbe round trip, pins $2,
an iiczecs 10 do gooq lor continuous Das.
sage in each direotion. Leaving Salt Lake
on AUjfust id anq zz only
national -Encampment G. A. R. at
t raui, Minn., September 1st to 4th 1886.
From Las Vegas to St Paul, Minn, and re
turn. $37.20.: Tickets on sale Ansrust 30th
and 31st 1896, final limit Sep ember 16th,1896.
All tickets deposited with joint agent on or
before September loth will be extended
to September 80th 1896. v..:
National Dental Association Saratos-a.
N. Y.i Julymst to August 8tb, 1896. Fare
and one-third on certificate plan for the
round trip. . - '.
' V. F. Johbb Agent. '
. i -,7 Letter LUt No. 5.- " -'' '
Tbe following list of letterB remains un
called for In ti e postofflce at Las Vegas, N.
in. -Lur. me wtmiL uuuintt August ten, law.
Persons calling 'for these -letters will
Dlease say ''Advertised":
. Ashton , f, A ; Apodaca, Roman : Brooks, I
f: P.--: liar'-.'-' Jos; t'urterey , lion, wnf.f
jv-.? sumse.-jj cour.t; . i,ftrp,opa, rear
Casslllas. Josef a: sonzales.' Rafael I- t
GofttnflD;; A, ;-arcla.. Jtodrliren- RmrJ-
nruee: uojngeqc. May f., (9) ; Manning, MISS
Mary ., (3) 1 Uendoaa, Senon: Bulz, Gums
clnda A. de.
C. W. Allm, P, M.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
DO; '" r;'- j
'-I MOST PERFECT MADEr--
pure Grape Cream ofTartar Powder. 'Tree
First tlilsa Goods
at Lowest Prices.
Fancy and Staple
Fruits and Vegetablp,t
Fish and Oysters, ; . . ', '
in Season. Telephone 16.
1 A SugKMtlon.
To the Editor of the Optic, ' , -
Las Vegas, N. M., "August f.I would
suggest that tbe publisher of a sheet here
wbo is a member of an orthodox churob
and works himself and employes on Bun
day, with open doors, wants tba laws enforced-so
badly, tbt we cordmence with
the Sunday law. 1 ; e
who is willing to stand or fall on hia
uiSritsaea Dakar, has constantly .
on sal. at the
LAS VEGAS BAKERY
, Opposite Postoffloe, Wast Side.
l-KBSn BBIAD, OAstK! AND Ple
Bpeolai orders on short notln "
Secooi Hani Store,
'' - FOR- -' 'v-.
And Hoyseholcl Goods , of all kinds.
- Next door to P. O., East Las Vesraa.
GKT ' READY
. have everything; needed to make camp life happy,
' ' ' : :- -- - ' : ' , j-
Tents, Tarpaulins, r -5:.. - v: .j
Blankets, Quilts, " ' ,
Cooling Vessels, . ."'-"': ,-t .
i -- - ' . v' Firearms, Fishing Tackle, Ammunition.' ' " "
Picnic Hammocks, and elegant hammocks for the piazza and the
iaw ii. i rices cut: " , 5 .
.; 2-50 "'f5-
Surprise Pa'rty all the week for
is going on jusc as Derore, aitnougn we do not publish a price-list
this time that's the Surprise.
Cash Novelty Dry Goods Store,
PRICES BtOWlV TO BIlS !
This Week only,
On Our Bargain Counter,
Our entire stock of Cotton
Dimity, Batist, Lawn?, Chaliies and Ginghams. ;
Must Make Room for Fall Stock.
RY LEVY & BltO.
Sixth Street; Opposite Postoffice.
" DIXON'S 5ILICA GRAPHITE,"
- IS THE BEST PAINT FOR ROOFS. ' ;
.i ..... . ' ji .
' ', y .:i-r For sale
" DEALERS IN
- 1 " Handles the Only
Steel Bp Stoves
" ' IS THE MARKET.
Ward filock, Railroad Avu., ,
Mrs. Wm. Coin, Prop.
f abfet Bered With " "
EVERYTHING Til SEASON AFFORDS,
1ie"4 afid Berted- iB-nbs-Highest Order.
A trial wlil Marino 70a of ihs msriti of
.' "I v. . . .
r , .1 gC
tiic iinnci ncPTfliinniiT I - l8c
I I . 75C
ksiayer and oh. mist
. If you wailt tb buy or sell cattle, woo or
sheup, dou't tall lo see or write J. Minium,
Wool and live stock broker, Bast Las Ve
gas, Pew Mexico. lie will eave you
money. , 222w&dtf ,
Go to G. V. Reed fc Co., for your plumb
lqg and tin work, . All work done at very
reasonable prices, Try us. and be con
vinced. , S00-tf.'
Bicycles for Rent.
New, standard make, '86 Model Morales
to rent, by tbe hour, to both ladles and
213-tt Gunsmith, Center Bt,
Bicycles en Easy Payment. -A'.'1
mgb grade bicycles, Thistles. Eagles,
wintoos, Aax, Kelley-Maoe, Wolff
American, Kealheretone, 110 to $100.
Children's full ball-bearing, pneumatio
lire, 120. . . , , ,t ; , ,
. Ladles' '8(1 modl, twenty-two' pounds'
Cash or easy payments.
, tt Mernin, 600 Douglas avenue.
Rates to City of Mexico.
Las Vboas, N. M March 9tb, 1896.
Round trip rates to City of Mexico,' from
Las Vegas, $06,70. Uoiog limit, sixty
days, with final return limit, of six months
from date of sale.
BATES TO PHOKHIX. 1
Tonrlst rates to Phoenix, Aria., and re
turn from Lai Vegas, $48.60. Limits,
fifteen days, in each direction with final
limit of six months. . ;r' -
tt ' " " C. F. Johbs, Agent.
Native bran at tbe
mills, at 80c. per 100.
For parties, conoerts
Rosenthal Bros, ball.
at Ilfelcl's. We
-44 1.90. . -.'
44 2.65. And finer same rate.
our patrons. The "Summer Sale"
Duckt Figured Grass Linein,
EAST LAS VEGAS.
iijc 32 inch Duck Suitings for
8c Outing Flannel for .
I2C Outing Flannel for '
Zephyr Gingham for
Shirt Waists for
Shirt Waists for
Shirt Waists for'
Half Wool Chaliies for
rf altar Deardenj
le Spnr Boot it le Co.,
Great Reductions on all of Our
Spring and Summer Goods.
ALL TAN SHOES AT COST I
t-xiiNHiii M D
5ANTA FE, NEW MEXICO.
Fall Term Opens September ist.
For particulars, apply to
Carries the most complete stock of musical goods
in the Territory. Mail orders promptly filled.
The Plaza, - - Las Vegas,
East Laa Yegas and Albuquerque, New Mexico,
GROSS, BLACKWELL & KELLY
100, toi and 104 North Second St.;
St. Louis. 'Mb,':.'
826 & 328 Railroad Avenue.
Ranoh Supplies o. peoieLltgr.
Goods delivered free to all parts of the city. Call and examine oar stooc ot
fore purchasing, and be convinced of our low prices,
tf , Complete line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. ,
Is Offering the Greatest Values in Dry Goods.
.V'f.Harness,', Clothingf, ! Hats, Caps, Boots,0
r ; Shoes and Groceries, v
WE'VE A PINE LOT OF GOODS,
Purchased at a Great Sacrifice, and will give" ; -Our
Customers the Advantage of "this.. .... .
Special Low Prices on Dress Goods. V
THE BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO BUY YOUR GROCERIES.
A. A. SENECAL. Manager.
; MRS. R. FLINT, Prop.
Centrally Located. G ood Accommodations .
Bates, $1 .25 per Day. Board and Room $5 and $6 per Week.
iTn dp iob-
I5C Ladies' Seamless Black Hose for
25C Ladies' Seamless.Black Hose for
35C Ladies' Seamless Clack-Hose for
IOC Ladies' Ribbed Vests for ,
ISC Ladies' Ribbed Vests for "
40C Ladies' Ribbed Vest, Short Sleeves, for
50C Ladies' Ribbed Vests, Long Sleeves, for
50C Ladies' Ribbed Combination Suits for
THE MUSIC DEALER.
WELL S CO.
v ' " - " V ' - - -
rrom Ammonia, Ajum or irry otner adulterant
40 Ymu the Staniard.
COIJlBS 0itn Pf flotoo,
TBS ODEL RE3XAURAKT,
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