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The Pcople'5 Paper. Hew Mexico Bat tie Finest Climate UUi World AUGUST. 8 M T W T F 8 T. . . 77 TT . . . . i 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 1 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 3031 .... .. .. . MONDAY KVEMNG, AUG. 24. 1898,-' METROPOLIS MISCELLANY. J. Blehl, leading undertaker. KJtt? Pack the opera house, tbli evening. mi . Mrs. R. E. Twltohell continue v.ry ill. Victoria Cbaves baa given birth to a girl babe. . Bryan and McKinley bata at Bpor letter's. 28-2t Macbeth troubles. ' - Water caret stomach , 209tf Teodoro Trojlllo has been admitted to the insane asylum from Rio Arriba county: Those who purchase bicycles ot 3. James may be taught to ride them free ot charge. ' It Mariano Davis, a "trusty" at the county 1il. has made blmsell scarce in these parts. . Boycle Brash has just received two new eighteen-pound, Syracuse racing wheels. Do not fail to hear Senator Money's sil ver address at the Tamme opera bouse, this evening. The meeting of tbe Beethoven club has been postponed until tbe evening of Sep tember 4tb. J.James will make rubber stamps and seals a neatly and as cheaply as you can " buy in the east. The foundation stones for the ladles' public drinking fountain are on the ground, ready to be put in place. All tbe Catholio priests in this immedi ate violnlty' are in Santa Fe, where tbey - will go into retreat for a week. ' Ml N. E. Peterson will embark In the gro cery business in tbe Tamme building, on Center street, in the near future. Another of those splendid leather couches to re-place one just sold, placed in stock in Ilfeld's furniture department. It ' For a neat job of furniture repairing, go to H. Riscb, cabinet maker and up holsterer, next door to the New Optic hotel. . 248-tf Mrs. R. D. Gibbons led tbe young peo ple's meeting at tbe Baptist church, last evening, and very interesting services were held. ... . . .- . In bis advertisement, thia evening, Spor leder announces a great redaction in prices till Wednesday night. Avail yourselves ot the opportunity. A. 6. Mil ice, who has held down tbe of' floe at the Plaza hotel ' for a number of months, has accepted tbe night clerkship at tbe Depot hotel in this city. F. W. Dudley, cutter and tailor, will open a place of business next door to Sohultz' shoe store, on Center street, as soon as tbe roon can be placed In condition. Subscription acoounts, ranging in amount from 15 up to $00, were mailed from tbis office, to-day, and ready remittances from delinquent subscribers are confidently ex pected. ; ' Mayor F. E. Olney escorted Senator Money about tbe city, to-day, and made a trip to tbe hot springs. The senator is very favorably impressed with Las Vegas and its environments. C.N. Blackwell, cashier ot tbe First na tional bank of Raton, has returned home from Carrollton, Mo., where he went with tbe remains of his nephew, who died at Raton, a couple ot weeks ago. Tbe attendance at the A. M. E. church, last evening, was good, and an Interesting sermon by Rev. G. W. Tolston, noon the fitness of man to serve the Lord, was lis tened to intently by those present. Tbe partial eclipse of the moon, Satur day night, was a failure so far as Las Ve gas was concerned, as clouds prevented its being seen. No doubt it came off all right on the schedule time, but It could not be seen here, except occasionally for a mo ment at a time. . ; Devore V. Dudley, section foreman at Cerrlllos, who attempted to kill his wife, last Wednesday evening, waived examina tlon before Judge Wooster tbis morning, and was bound over to await the action of the grand jury in the sum of $600, with Oeo. W. Bell and Wm. Monahan as sure ties in that amount. ' We herewith Inform the ladles of East and West Las Vegas that there is more than one sole agency for - Foster's kid gloves. We handle tbe genuine article and also have the agency for- the same, Every pair guaranteed, ROSENWAIiD'S It ' South side plaza. Albert Maisure was taken up to Raton, to-day, he, with two others, being charged with breaking into a caboose and stealing some elothing. Tbe arrest was made by Depot Policeman Wallace In this city, Robert Lee coming down from the Gate City after tbe prisoner. It is thought his accomplices will be caught. - F. I. Long, of Byron, III., fed two cars of blooded sheep at tbe Las Vegas stockyards, to-day. He Is en route for Arizona with tbe fleecy fellows and may visit points across tbe border in Mexico. He will re torn to these parts in abont a fortnight and spend some days at our mountain re torts, before again engaging actively In sheep-buying. Misses Alta and May Carr, of Indianap olis, Ind., have a room at Mrs. Marshall's, and are desirous of securing a location In the mountains for health reasons. Both ladles have been teachers in tbe public schools of Indianapolis and. Kansas Cltj, and Miss Alta Carr wus a member of the choir in the College avenue Baptist oburcb In tbe Booster capital. THB DEAD. Grand Master A. K, Pleroe, of Denver, of, the A.O. U. W., will arrive here, Yfti nesday evening, ta attend the funeral of the late N. L. Rosenthal. ' A special meeting of the A. O. U. W. will be held, to-morrow evening, to ar range to attend tbe funeral of tbelr deceas ed brother, N. L. Bosentbal. , : Mrs. Josefa, wife of Jose Cblguila died In the old town, yesterday. Dsoeased was an aunt of Jose ds )a Cms Pino, the old time constable, aoross the river. Tbe funeral of the dead oltiseu-mer-obant, N. X.. Rosenthal, ..will occur1 from the family residence, corner Seventh and Main streets, on Thursday Afternoon, at 4 o'clook.. Friends ot tbe family are Invited to attend. Denver and Omaha papers please oopy. ' , ' -A. S." Knapp.'who has been In these parts tor some weeks for the purpose of organ izing a lodge ot tbe Knights of tUe Macca bees, has received the sad intelligence ot the death of his mother in Washington, D. U. He takes the morning train, for Attica, Miob., at which place tbe funeral will oc cur. Mr. Eoapp will soon return to Las Vegas and complete tbe work of organiza tion In hand.; :; . . i ,' Some Weddings. ' Pietro Clddto, the tailor: add repairer, Will lead Miss Luclnda Jacobs to the hy meneal altar, on Saturday evening-., ' ianaelo Rlnbert will, soon take onto bim. a -If a partner for life In the person of a young lady whose name has slipped the reporter's memory. Juan Ortega will wed Miss Heratda Baca at tbe west side parish church, this even ing. The couple will be attended on the floor by Dr. L. Hernandez, and wife.- f Mrs. Clara Ruffner, formerly ot Cas Ve- sas. and W. C. McBride were married at Salt Lake City, the other day. The cere mony was performed at 3 p. m. by the Rev. T. C. lliff at the apartments of tbe bride's mother, Mrs. A., J. White, at the Claire. Only the relatives of the b.tide and groom were present. Tbe event was one of much enjoyment. The bride haa resided In, Salt Lake for the last two or three years and has many friends. The groom is a well-known and popular railroad man, the traveling freight agent, of the Kto Grande Western. ..Mr. and Mrs. McBride will be at home .to tbelr friends at the Claire, in Salt Lake City, after Septem ber 1st. ' Tbe Mississippi Senator.' United States Senator-elect H.D.Money, of Mississippi, wbo will deliver an address on silver at tbe Tamme opera house, tbis evening, was tbe first democratic congress man from tbe fourth Mississippi district after tbe war, and beld the office continu ously until tbe forty-ninth congress, when he declined to run again. He was promi nently mentioned on acconnt of his four years' service as chairman of tbe commit tee on postofflces and post roads of the house for tbe place of postmaster general. In 1886, he entered into partnership of law at Washington with Hon. A. A. Free' man, now of Eddy, which was terminated by the appointment of tbe latter as asso ciate justice ot the New Mexioo supreme court. Senator Money was called to Mississippi, in 1890, when be again received the demo cratic nomination and election for con gress from his old district, and also re eeived tbe nomination and election for the succeeding term not yet expired. At tbe last term of tbe legislature, he was selected to serve the state as senator to succeed Senator George, and will take his seat In March, 180T., Tbis election, so far ahead, was necessitated by the fact that the Mississippi , legislature only sits every fou r years. , , . .. . Land Litigation. Jose Archuleta complains that Anlceto Archuleta bad trespassed upon certain lands ot bis, out near Roclada, and tbey are to settle their trouble ' before Judge Wooster to-morrow at 2 o'clock p. m. A man named Allison is said to have filed on a tract of land at Mineral hill whicb was transferred by Billy Reed to Wm. T. Bates, some months ago, . but through the neglect of somebody - the pa pers In the case were not promptly for warded to tbe United States land office In Santa Fe. , A contest for the land Is liksly to ensue. - . TRACK AND TRAIN. A sister of Mrs. Brakemau Boone arrived from tbe east, last evening. ' , A. R. Udell, line repairer, - went up to Raton on tbe morning train.... ,-. Conductor J. W. Stites, of tbe north end indulged himself in a lay-off, a couple of trips. . . . , ' C. H. Curtis, superintendent of the 811 ver City ec Northern, was a south-bound passenger, last evening. J. J. Tucker, auditor ot tbe Harvey eat ing noose system, reached the. city-from up tbe road ,'last evening. j'. . J. E. Hclntyre, .the switchman, 'whose services were dispensed with, has gone to Chicago to better his condition in life. Cliff Roberts, ex-nlght yardmaster here, left for Kansas City, yesterday .morning, accompanied by tbe wife of bis bosom. John A. Ross, traveling engineer for tbe Atchison, came in from the east, Satur day, and leaves for the west, this even ing. ;' Beauregard Lee, late special agent for the Atchison, was taken back to Ratoiri (his morning, where he will have the care of relatives. tL:;--iryi Conductor Matt Clarke ; and . the Trtle- driver outfit,' have completed the work in hand south of La Junta, on tbe hot Springs branch and In this city, and have gone down to El Paso, where their services are In demand. J - 1 " : Highest Henors-Woiid's Fair. : Da CnEAT.3 MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 Year iU Stuiiui. mm PERSONAL PENCILING 8. A. Mennet loft for the north! D. Short returned to Watromv M. N. Cbatfln visits Watrous, to-day, -' Henry Goke was In from Bapello, to-day. S. O. Stewart vlsitel tbe country, to day. , Louis Kobn came down from Mora, to day. . . - H. W. KTrug is down from Trinidad again. Dr. W. R. Tipton visited Watrous, yes terday, . Mrs. Jobn Wallaoe Is visiting friends at Raton.' .-,''. .i. "- Frank Blake, jr., Is la town;to-day from Roclada.;"' - v,.' r: " " Porflrio Gonsales went over to Banta Fe, last night. v. ' , . v-: "',ti i ,.... Got. O. A. Hadley came down frosn Wat rons, last evening.' - " ' , Billy Wood and sister are at home from a trip to "the states." ' ' 1 H. E. EUlngswortb.of Rocky Ford.Colo. Is In tbe city, to-day. KV i . Judge K. V. Long is looking after legal matters In Raton, to-day. , ; -, Kilwaru Eeory s gou uovru to Alba aueraoe to adjusfa Are loss. .'" H. L. Mabey ii 6ack from a business trip to Albuquerque aDd Santa Te.. . ' Mrs. Morton E.' Stevens ne Stoops baa returned to ber Trinldsd home. Robt L. M. Ross has gone on another trip to tbe White Oaks country... -f : Juan Otero, of tbe upper town, had bust ness in tbe probate court, to-day'. J. M. Hernandez, deputy U. 8. marshal, went over to Santa Fe, last night. Tony Koblltz and wife came down from Starkvllle, Colo., Saturday evening. Vred A. Sabln, the La Junta attorney, baa returned to his Colorado home.' Felix Martinez Is at home from a busl ness run down into our sister republic L. H. Hofmelster, wife and. babe, got home from Harvey's ranch, yesterday.: A. C. Voorhees, the limb 0' the law, baa been down from Raton on legal business. ; C. W. Ley, former salesman at Prlr- more's, has hied himself away to Springer. ' Mrs. M. J. Wood and daughter, Helen left to-day for a week's outing at Mineral Hill, v..:.; " Cleofes Romero has returned from El Cuervo with' a bunch of cattle for the market. Uli Dora B. Wells, a vinegar drummer from St. Louis, went east, ' yesterday morning. ' Miss Heth, ot Aurora, 111., wbo has been visiting friends here for some months, has departed for home. Judge H. L.Waldo and Ralph E.Twitch ell-boarded the south-bound train for San- ta Fe, last evening. E. L. Brinegar, Robert Hay ward and Robert Sbrum departed for Hopewell, overland, yesterday. ' L. Sohaefer, manager of Cohn's Delmon Ico saloon on tbe plaza, boards tbe morn log train for Chicago. Sarah Baca, aunt of Aniceto C. Abeytia has gone over to Santa Fe, on a visit to relatives at that place. Fred Garland, wife and daughter, are in tbe city from Santa Fe, the guests ot Rev. A. A. Layton and family. Mrs. A. E. Baker, daughter of Mrs. Gar rard, left for her home at Wichita, Kan sas, with her two children. ,' . Mrs. J.' James and children arrived from Albuquerque, Sunday morning, to take up thslr-resldenoe In this city. . . Miss Margaret ' Head and friend, Mrs, Frank Dectherage, Of Kansas City, drove down from Watrous, to-day. K. L. Browne and family left for their home in Kansas City, this morning, after a pleasant visit to relatives here. ' C. W. Seay, Gosport, Ind.; F.S.Long, Byron, III. .and J, J. Bean, Marshall, Mich Igan, register at the Central hotel. : Henry L. Brown and Enrique Ochoa are booked for an early trip to Mexico, where they will consummate a mining deal. ' John J. Pace and family left for tbe Hopewell mining camp, last evening, ex pectlng to remain there indefinitely. Albino Gallegos, Francisco Chavez and Florenclo Aragon are in town from Anton Cbloo ; Narciso Otero, from La Liendre. Mrs. J. J. Schmidt, a guest at the Plaza hotel, is visiting friends and attending to business matters at Wagon Mound, to-day Henry G. Coors will return from Los An geles, some day tbis week. His family will remain in California a few weeks yet. C. M.' Adams leaves in a few days for an outing on the Pecos, In company with his family, Mo. and Mrs. Shank and M. Ml' cbael.- v v ' " ' ' Mrs. Eggleston, of Kentucky, who has been tbe guest of Mrs. T. J. Ray wood for some weeks, left for home on this morn ing's early train.- - Col. William McRae and W. E. Estes came in from their Agua Clara resort, this morning, and report a thriving business at the hotel out there. - Mrs. Jennie Roberts, mother of- Mrs. C. T.';Hedgcock, has arrived .from Denver and Trinidad, accompanied, by ber dangb ter, Miss Rannle Morris. , , . c Senator H. D. Money and bis son, Geo. B, Money, assistant U. B; attorney for New Mexico, arrived in tbe city on , the early morning train jrom ine sontn, , A. Mr. and Mrs. G. . 'Tlllford and daugh- ten, oiditlme friends of 'Mr. and Mrs. J. A Murray, ere here from Topeka for a few days, on their way home' from California, Capt. W. B. Brupton and daughter. Hiss M. D. Brunton, reaobed the city from Shoe maker, last evening, the latter leaving for the Stanford university -on the evening train.- s- W. B. Bruntou, Shoemaker; Miss M. D. Bruoton, Stanford university; Mrs. Hugh Cowan, Saginaw, Mich.; W. T. King and wife, Merced, Cal. ; Mr, B. F. Deatfaerage, Kansas City ; Miss Margaret Head, Wat rou, put np at the Plaza hotel. ,- u , W.T. King' arid wife, of Merced, Cal. returning home from the east, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bunker, yes terday.' , They will stop over a day at Socorro on tbelr way home and visit Post master Charles Bahney and wife. Mrs. C. E. Summertnn and son, Miss AI- klre,' Denver; Tbos. A. Lewis, Kansas City; E. S. Waddles, St. Joseph? W. B. Cunningham, Trinidad; M. P. Hammatt, New York; John J. Tnoker, Kansas City, are registered at the Depot hotel. H. Riscb, cabinet maker and upholsterer, has opened a shop next, door to tbs New Optlo hotel, where all work In bis line will he sjeiit In a flrst-elass maaasr, . .448 -tf Rocky Ford Watermelons, Finest lit th land, only 25c. Cantaloupes, Las Cruces Peaches, Mission Grapes, . Uat- Qraaf::; Bowles. Notice ta taxpayers. !. Sixty days from this date, August 12th, 1896, tbe . undersigned collector, ot San Miguel county, will place all delinquent tax bills In tbe banda of the district attorney for collection, and on aiid after tbe 1st day ot September a fine of 25 per cent, will be Imposed upon all delinquent taxes. . Carlos Gabaidow. Collector for Ban Miguel County, New Mexico.. . '. ,',. tf ) , ; . . . - m aood tor Iqdlgeatloa. I bad been suffering with Indigestion for years, and bad tVled 'almost all the rem edies tbat I saw advertised, but was cot benefited. Macbeth mineral water has ben. flted me more than anything else, and I would not be without it at aiy price, and I oan heartily recommend It to any one suffering with stomach trouble, or indiges tion. -882tf Mas. T. F. Ciat. ' If you want to buy er sell cattle, woo or shep, don't fail to see or write J. Minium, wool and live stock broker, East Las Ve gas, New Mexioo. He will save you money. 4 222w&dtf , For parties, concerts. Rosenthal Bros', ball. and socials, rent 50-s-tf A WEDDING An ANNIVERSARY May Jtnow ing ought ask line Siding Silve Jch Cut Glass, Fine China, Furniture, Oyster Ladles Tumblers from Berry Spoons Balad Forks Tea and Table Spoons ' Cream Ladles ' Fish Knives Bon -Bon Spoons Tj Cold Meat Forki Vi Olive Spoons ' $5.50 to $18 doz. Water Bottles Olive Dishes Wine Glasses Finger Bowls Salt and ' . i Pepper Bhakera Celery Dishes Table BellB , Etc.. etc. - Etc., etc. , I. , ; i . - ; .- When In doubt Come to' us. Cash This Week, Novelty 2SC yard 60 inch, Turkey Red Table Damask, was ?;c. ' 35C yard 60 inch, Unbleached Table Linen, was 50c. 35c A1l Linen, Fringed, Hucked Towels, size 19x42, was 35c. I2jc" Unbleached Turkish. Towels, size 21x45, was 20c. - - ''?' 90c Bates' Heavy, VVhitev Toilet I5C Pair Ladies!-Tan Hose, was 4OC Boys' Mother's Friend Shirt : Our Center Bargain Counter will have Big Values this week. Our entire stock of Boys' Clothing at New York Cost. The Best Children's School Hose in the World. ' Our new Fall Standard Paper Patterns are. now ready. HEW Sixth Street, Opposite Postoffice. DIXON SILICA GRAPHITE," . ' IS THE BEST PAINT FOR ROOFS. 1 - v; n DEALERS IN GENERAL Jt'r- ' ... - ' f ;f-Stpy(es and MASON IC TE M PLE, I Hfl lESIlI ' "Ward Bloet, Salvia At.., ;: Mrs. Wm. Oolri, Prop. or, . Tables Berred With EVERTTHING THE SEASON AFFORDS, Cooked and Served in ths; Highest Order. Meals, 25o. Board by week, $5, trial will conrlncs youof tbs merits ot S. PATTY Handles the Only Steel Range Stoyes IS THE MARKET. .......... r ' Plurhbins jTInning:. BUSINESS rOIHTEUfl. Walter Dearden, assayer and obemtsl Trinidad, Colo. 157-tf Go to G. V. Reed to Co., for your plumb ing and tin work. All work done at very reasonable prices. Try us and be con vinced. 200-tf. Bicycles en Easy Payments. High grade Mcyoles, Thistles, Eagles, Wlntons, Ajax, Kelley-Maus, Wolff American, Featherstone, 140 to 9100. ,' Children's full ball-bearlng,ipneumatlo "re. 128. ; . . Ladles' '96 model, twenty-two pounda $50. : ' . ',. Cash or easy payments.: tt Mxknin, GOO Douglas avenue. . native oran at tne mills, at 8O0. per 100. Las Vegas Holier 180-tf O. S. ROGERS, Practical Horse-Shoer, LAS VEGAS, N. M. Noa. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west end oi ' Special attention given to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith ing and woodwork.. : All work promptly done and . satisfaction oruaranteed WILLIAM BAASOH, who Is willing to stand or fall on his merits as a baker, has constantly . on sals at the LAS VEGAS BAKERY Opposite Postofflce, West Side. rKBBH BKIAD, OAKIS AMD FIBS Stwotai orders Ailed on short notloe. and does take place. You- don't what to buy for a present. .- See our siock win suggest what you to buy. We sell at lowest value, no fancy prices, and keep a select of ' ' ' Ice Cream Sets Berry Sets Hand- , . Fainted Plates Chocolate Pots FiBh Eets Chop Dishes Tea and Choc olate Cups Vases and Cabi net Brio-a-Brao Ladies' Rockers Center Tables . Ladies Writing Desks ' Dressing Tables .Chiffoniers Sideboards Smyrna and . Japan Bugs in all sizes. Ilfeld's, The "Flec. .Dry Goods Store. - -f Special Sale. Bed Spreads, was $1.15. 25c. Waists, was 75c. ' LEVY S BRO., VERS, Tinware, EAST tLAS EdAS. umwrni S5 T!(77jffT To make room for Fall Stock, anllii; 3 we will place on sale, OXFORDS Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, $ 00. 1 500 PAIRS OF LADIES' iUiUiUiUiUiUiUiu v- $1.25, $1.50, $2, and $2.50 Oxfords and Slippers at $1.??.; ! , That's exactly what this sale means to every woman until Wednesday night. 1 ma loot ai m Co, MAOOrJIC St. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE, SANTA FE, NEW MEXicO. , Fall Term Opens September ist. For particulars, apply to BROTHER BOTULPH. 'THE MUSIC DEALER, '.- ' Carries the most complete stock of musical goods in the Territory., Mail orders promptly filled .... The Plaza, - - Las Vegas, GROSS. BLACE Wholesale Grocers Wool Dealers, East Las Tegas and Albuquerque, New Mexico. GROSS, BLACKWELL & KELLY vis WOOL, ioo, 103 and 104 North Second St.," St. L,ouis, Mo. J. L. ROSE 826 & 328 Railroad Avenu. DKALKB8 IK GENERAL iVIERCHANDISE Ranch txipolies o. Speolalty. Goods delivered free to all parts ot fore purchasing, and be bonvineed of oar low prices. J Complete line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. WM. MALBOEUF Is Offering the Greatest Values in Dry Goods. Harness Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes and Groceries. WE'VE A PINE Turchased at a Great Sacrifice, and will give .Our Customers the Advantage of this. ...... Special Low Prices on Dress Goods. THE BEST PLACE IN THECIJY TO BUY YOUR GROCERIES. A. A. SENECAL, Manager. CENTRAL HOTBI, MRS. R. FLINT, Prop. Centrally Located. Good Accommodations. Bates, $1.25 per Day. Board and Boom 83 and $fl per Week. rWINfl to death in the family, E J the stores of N. L. Rosenthal 3 & Co., and Rosenthal H will remain closed until Friday 3 p morning, August 28th. 5s Our customers will please take notice. 3 TEMPLE. (WELL & GO. "AND" THAI. & GO. the city. Call and examine oar etoo ot LOT OP GOODS, Bros,