THE DAILY OPTIC.
SISTERS OP CHARITY,
The People's Paper.
lew Menci Has tie Finest Climate U lit World
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, The' Wonderful Boy
. Admission, 25c, 35c, 50c.
Fun for 3 Solid Hours I
SATURDAY BVENINQ, BKPT. 6, 1896.
. it's bad enough to bave a cold,
And et one ralgbt endure It,
If every friend would not proceed
To tell you how to cure It.
They say tt'a a match. , .' t .
Probate oourt, Monday.
J. Blehl, leading undtrtaker.
County commissioners, Monday.
New fall millinery at Rosenthal Bros'. -It
They Will dive a Pair, Thanksgiving Week,
For Most Worthy Object,
Elsewhere to this Issue, appears a card
from Bister Mary Baptist, bead of the
Buters of Cbartty In this city. It Is known
to all that, for yean, the people of Lai
Vegas bave endeavored tn seoure the
tablUbmaot of a sanitarium at this point,
A number of schemes were tried and
(ailed, the most promising "homing to
naught. Finally, the Bisters of Charity
stepped li.and at an Inconsiderable expense
to the oity, tbey bave mad a complete
suooese of the long-delayed and much-dls-
euesed project. An elegant and com
modious structure Is now In prooess of
erection, wbloh will be an honor and a
beneflt to Lai Vegas, and a blessing to
suffering humanity. ..- -
Now, at the building grows tn our sight,
these good Bisters come before the publlo
and announce a fair, the proceeds of wblob
are to be devoted to furnishing the saol
tarlum, and for this purpose tbey aik of
the community a hearty support.
Thi Optic, beforehand, can assure them
that such will be the case. This oommunl.
ty oinnot, if it would, and would not If It
could, neglect such an appeal. , The f alt
will reoelve the united and hearty support
of all classes In this city, and no doubt the
means will be amply provided for the fur
Dishing of the sanitarium. The Optic will
have more to say on this subject. "
Ladies' bicycle leggius
styles at Sporleder's.
The babe of Mr. and
Romero Is seriously sick.
Lively trade in text books, on tbe eve of
the opening of tbe city schools.
Mliriil Romero, of Lag Conchas, bas
been in town, sick, several days.
Ltdy guests of tbe Plaza hotel
some entertaining, this evening.
Everything tbe children need for school,
to be found at Mrs. M. J. Wood's. It
Pete Both purchased 400 bead of fine fat
sheep of W. L. Crockett, yesterday.
Amos F. Lewij takes valuable advertis
ing space in Thi Oftic, this evening.
Advertisements again encroach on read
ing matter, Inside page, this evening.
The Anchor family will soon be comfort
ably quartered in tbe Malboeuf residence.
We are now showing our entire line of
ladles' fall hats, in sailors and tourists.
It , Rosenthal Bros.
Thompson glove-fiitlng, tVamer's, R. &
G. and Her Majesty corsets, at Rosenthal
Mias Mamie Winters gave a party to her
friends and companions, yesterday after
Reception to a Young Lady.
Prof. J. A. Hand and wife gave reoep
tlon tj Miss C, Anchor, last evening, to
which tbe members of tbe Beethoven club
and their friends were invited. Dainty
refreshments were served, and a most de
lightful evening was spent by those pres
The numbers on tbe musical program
were impromptu, but tbey were splendidly
executed by Berr Carl Oroesboer, Miss
Beatrice Atkins, Mrs. L. H. Hofmeister,
Mrs. Jennie Hawkins, Mrs. John Robblns
and Mrs. Pr. Hernandez, eacb in solos.
It was quite a disappointment to those
present that Miss Anchor suffered cold
and was not able to sing, but tbe public
generally will have tbe pleasure of listen
ing to her at tbe next mid-summer con
cert, about the loth of this month. -
Miss Anchor is very favorably impressed
with Las Vegas and delighted with tbe
people she bas met here and tbe encourage
ment given ber. Should she conclude to
remain here and organise a vocal class,she
will Indeed be a valuable acquisition to
musical circles, as well as a boon to tbe
Famishing your house, means to look at
our stock of bouse furnishings and furni
ture. It Rosenthal Bros.
Little Jessie Mcticnooler
fortune to run a needle in
bad the mis
her foot, this
Pietro Ceddio and Miss Lucinda Jocobi
were spliced at tbe west side parish church
this morning. . , ,
Fan for everybody, and scientific study
for those so inclined, at the Ourei hypnotic
' Tuesday evening next at Rosenthal ball.
one of tbe most pleasant entertainments
of the season will occur.
Remember the delicious ice cream and
cake at Rosonthal ball, Tuesday, tbe 8tb.
benefit of the fountain fund.
H. D. Johnson, of Del Cielo, up in the
mountains, yesterday purchased a band
some oarriage of M. L, Cooley.
Ladies will please note that tbe choicest
of fall styles in dress-goods novelties are
due to arrive at II fold's in a few days. It
Next Tuesday will be a aulet dav in bnsl-
.aes circles, all tbs) Jewish establishments
being closed their New Tear's, you know.
The curtains were drawn at' the Spcr
ledor establishment, yesterday afternoon,
and nourishment was given to the bypno
tliel young fellow.
The "sleep act" for the Hungarian hyp
notist doesn't pay as well as some
other jobs of like nature, it would appear,
from accounts at hand from tbe upper
N. E. Peterson has branched out Into the
grocery business with a clean and well-
assorted stock of goods, down on Center
street, and be will be satisfied wltb but bis
share of the public's patronage.
No one need fear to attend tbe Our el
performance at the Tamme opera honse,
this evening. The subjects are to be taken
from tbe audience, but not against their
will. Always those who are willing, yon
It is thought there will be little difficulty
in again convicting some of tbe murderers
In this oouuty at the next term of district
court, as new and strong evidence has been
discovered, particularly in the case of
G. E. Fitzgerald, of 1 Paso, Tex., who
bas been stopping for some days at Mrs
Herzog's, enjoying tbe best; climate on
arth, continued bis journey on this morn
ing's train to New York City, on some
In the Territory of New Mexico, appel
lee, vs. Jose Chaves y Chavez, remanded
for a new trial, a motion for a re-bearing
was argued In tbe Territorial supreme
court at Santa Fe, and the case was taken
A delicate surgical operation was per
formed on Frank Dobmales, the wounded
Frenchman, at the ladies' Home, this
morning, by Drs. Atkins and Marroo, as
sisted by Dr. Alice Rice and Dr. Felipe
Romero. Several fragments of the skull,
which pressed upon the brain, were re
moved and the patient is now tbongbt to
be in a fair way to recover.
Labor Day Celebration.
Las Vegas will bave her first Labor day
celebration, Monday, September 7th., and
a meeting of tbe various union men of this
city will be held in Judge H. S. Wooster's
office, (bis evening, to discuss tbe manner
It bas already been decided to bave a
parade, base ball game and bicycle races,
and a brass band will be blred for the oc
casion. Tbe post offices will observe Sun
day boars, but tbe bank's will not close.
The day In the large cities of the east Is
the day of all days and processions more
than a mile long take possession of tbe
streets. In time to come, it may become
more popular in tbe west and be observed,
as it justly should be, as a national holiday
Tbe Labor day committee in this city Is
composed as follows: J. B. Allen, chair'
man; Wm. Wells, treasurer; John J.
Dodds, secretary; Dr. M. M. Mllllgan and
Judge H. S. Wooster. Badges appropriate
for the occasion are being printed at this
office. . .
John Still went down to Lainy, Inst
Miss Lottie Wills Is visiting friends at
H. H. Horns left for tbe Bell ranob, this
Don Carlos Oabaldon visits Row sta
tlon again. '
Jos. Jeffrey left this oity for Socorro,
Adolph Orzelacbowskl left for bis Puerto
de Luna Lome.
Torlbio Benches is In town from Penasco
F. Gurule and Antonio Garcia left for
Julius Eisemann went east on tbe belated
arly morning train.
J. J. Woods, a dry goods drummer,
doing tbe town, to-day, . ,
Jose A. Lopes, of Tecolote, bad business
in probate court, to-dav.
I Wm. J. McNeil, of Cripple' Creek,' regis
Mrs at tbe Central hotel.
Capt. J. O. Ciancey left for bis oonotry
residence, tbit morning.
; Miss Howell Is visiting tbe family of
Fireman Garland In Santa Fe.
llev. Oeorge Bel by came np from Silver
City on tbe early morning train.
Miss May Henry Is now on the Atlantic
ocean en route borne from Europe.
Manager A. J. Tisdall, of tbe Bell ranch
has been paying a visit to Santa Fe.
Judge C, Si. B terry and son . passed
through for Albuquerque, last evening.
Mrs. W. G. Hope and children, of Alba
querqae, passed through for Kansas points,
John Bootb and wife went np to Cherry
vauey, tnis morning, on a visit to rela
lodge Charles Blanchard hove In sight
from Springer on last evening's No. 1, pas
Samuel Aber bas gone over to Hopewell
and will do the assessment work on several
claims on Cow creek.
- -&-. lm m
" onwoier, wuo or a ruuman super
intendent, out there, was en route for Los
Angeles, Cel., last evenlog.
W. L. Hartman, a Pueblo attorney, la In
town on legal matters connected with the
Azteo" mine, up the country.
Fred I. Long, the Lfndenwood, Illinois,
stockman, bas retarned to tbe Plaza hotel
from a week's outing at tbe Harvey ranch
Charley Danslger. Robert Turner and
unariey xrambley left for Harvey's, this
morning, being joined by another party at
tbe bot springs.
J. B. Leaman, Kansas City; John D,
Wilson, St. Louis; L. Alexsnder, St. Jo
sepb; E. Goldberg, Chicago, are registered
at tbe Depot hotel. -
H. C. Abbott, a Kansas City commission
merchant, and Peter Jansen, a Nebraska
cattle-raiser, bave arrived In the city, both
coming on tbe same stock transaction.
e. i. Long, Linden wood. III.: W. L,
Hartman, Wm. Matody, Pueblo, Colo,
Henry A. Scbmitt, B. Rubel, New York
booked their names at tbe Plsza hotel, to
day. .: . v
rreso oysters, tbe flrst of the mum. f
viars a, rorsyioe's.
If you want to see a line of misses' and
ladies' Tarn O'Shanters ; we know you will
be pleased with our display.
Rosenthal Bros. It
Opening of tbe City Schools.
At the teachers' meeting, this morning,
in tbe city building, everything was ar
ranged for the opening of school, Monday
morning at 9 o'clock. Tbe teachers bave
tbeir program arranged to begin work at
Pupils are expected to bring their books,
ready to put in a full day.
Tbe rooms are all clean and neat, and as
tastefully arranged as possible. A large
attendance is expected.
Thanks to tbe board of education for
preparing room enough for all and a little
t3 reserve for others who may come In
First arrival of fall millinery, new ''sail
ors" and other novelties will be opened at
Weld's, Monday morning." ' It
Fresh fish at Clark &
Dr Ruble bas arrived from New York.
possibly with a view to locating in oar
midst and practicing bis profession. He is
a member of tbe sanitary board In Gotham
and on tbe staff at Belle vue hospital.' A
valuable acquisition to our city, he
Tbe city council might take up tbe mat
ter of tbe location of the proposed new
Depot hotel in this city and accomplish
something that would redound to their
credit, after tbey are dead and gone, i
not while they are still in the land of tte
School begins, Monday, We can dress
your sons for tbe occasion.
It ' Rosenthal Baos.
Several sidewalks In the city are sadly
and badly In need of repairs and that
council committee is Invited to take an
early morning stroll.
. TRACK AND TRAIN.
Engineer L. 8. Phillips returned to work,
to-day. . - .
Engineer Frank Sweeney is taking i
thirty days' vacation in Denver.
Frank Harris, special agent for the Atch
ison, arrlvsd from the north, last evening.
Engineer A. E. Holman bas returned to
workjbnmplog Fred. Kammer off engine
Fireman Geo. Robinson has racovered
from bis recent illness and bas reported
Engine 437, tbe best passenger engine on
this division, is on the drop pit tor driving
A. B. Moore, engineer off "pusher" 138,
is taxing a rest, with Engineer George
Crosson in blr plaoe.
Fireman Thos. Cloud, one of tbe best on
this division, is on engine 439, daring tbe
illness of Ben Sulfer.
Engine 282 has been retarned to duty on
tbe Glorieta mountains, after a thorough
over-hauling at Raton.
Fireman George Middlestate has re
turned to work, after a severe Illness,
bumping Fireman Schubert.
A. F. Villeplgue and wife arrived in Rat
on from Topeka, yesterday, to take charge
of tbe Depot bote! at that place.
J. L. Morse, an A. & P. trainman, and
wife passed through for Garden -City.
Kan., on a visit to relatives and friends.
C. M. Burchette,second cook at the Depot
hotel left on delayed No. 2, this morning,
for Newton, Kansas, to ,take a similar posi
Engineer Ed Keen, who was recently ac
cidentally poisoned, at Albuquerque, has
retarned to this oity, though be has not
fully recovered bis former self.
Engine 916, which bad been on the drop
pit, made ber trial trip on local freight,
yesterday, manned by Engineer Wm. A.
Lane and Fireman Harry Bowman. . -Tbe
news agent on tbe Silver City train
will establish bis borne In Las Cruces, asJ
nis trading ana trafficking amounts to
nothing till that place is reached and
Schoollliisl" aH depends"
FOR ALL THE
We can and do' fur
nish the Best School
That is our reason for claiming the patronage of the I
public. The better shoes are, the better it pays
to buy them. School Shoes, ranging in
prices, from 05c upwards.
Hie Sprier Boot li le Co
.tuiuiii(; iu wcii-miuwii sL'ieniiHt, me saiekt course for it
man in a thunder-Htorm, is to get thoroughly wet and the
lightning will not strike him. But when the man who wears
an ordinary, ready-made suit gets thoroughly wet, we know
what happens to his clothes. They shrink, wrinkle and
draw out of shape, and are never fit to wear again. It is not
so wuh the
n a. cc m. i auor-iuaae uothlng,
Sold by Jake Block, because the cloth in every H, S. & M.
garment is sponged and thoroughly shrunk before being
Seethe New Styles, and don't wait
until they are all sold.
BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE,
JAKE BLOCK, Prop.
First class Goods
at Lowest Prices.
GRAAF S BOWLES;
Fancy and Staple
. . .Groceries.
Fruits and Vegetable, '
Fish and Oysters....
in Season. , Telephone 16.
Under tbe new manage
ment, will set tbe
BEST MEAL IN THE CITY
FOR 25 CENTS.
Special tables reserved for ladies and
families. Your patronage is solicited.
.. ' , . ,-. . Prop.
Wii. F. FosTkn, Pres.
S. F. Paul, Treas.
T. V. Fostir, Secy.
Foster, Paul & Co., i.
Manufacturer and Importer of
X - ' (Patented June 13th, 1870 ) ;
' Manufactories, Grenoble, France; Berlin, Prussia
" 364 & 306 Broadway- . . .
New York, Aug. 29th, 1806.
Mr. Chas. Ilfeld,
r. LAS VEGAS, N.M.
Dear Sir: -In reply to your favor of Aug , 25th,
would say that we do not sell our branda William,
Fowler and Fosterina to any other firm in Las
Vegas, and so long as you use a reasonable quanti
ty or tne gloves, will confine them to your house.
Our jobbing qualities are- sold by
Wholesale firms in principal cities.
manning you for past favors , we remain
Yours truly 4c.
Foster, Paul A Co.
St. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE
5ANTA FE, NEW MEXICO.
Fall Term Opens September 1st.
For particulars, apply to
6R0SS, BLACIllVELL & CO.
East Las Yegas and Albnqneraue, New Mexico.1
GROSS, BLACKWELL & KELLY
ioo( 103 and 104 North Second St.,
St. Louis. Mo.
Cash Novelty Dry Goods Store.
NEW FALL DRESS GOODS.
it you want to get an early selection of Fall Dress Goods, our entire
stock is now coraplete, comprising the Latest Novelties:
Figured Brillhmtines, Plain Brilliantines,
Ladies' Cloth, Diagonal, Dress Plaids,
Serges, Cheviots, Coating Serge,
Tweed Mixtures, , Crepon, Dress Patterns,
New Black Dress Silks, New Waist Silks,
Up-to-Date Wrapper Goods,
Vicugna, 1 Amirs, Swandown, Ramona.
HEW LEVY & Cilfl.,
Sixth Street, Opposite Postoffice.
Only Exclusive Dry Goods Store in East and West Las Vegas.
FJa " L
ROSENTHAL 1 CO.
828 & 328 Railroad Avenuo.
:; GENERAL.-- MERCHANDISE:
Ranch 11 id plies 01 peoieLlty
Goods delivered free to all parts of the city. Call and examine our stoc oe
fore purchasing, and be convinced of our low prices.
Complete line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. tn
Is Offering the Greatest Values in Dry Goods,
Harness, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots,
Shoes and Groceries.
DIXON'S SILICA GRAPHITE," WE'VE A FINE LOT OP GOODS,
IS THE BEST PAINT FOR ROOFS. ;
' For sale by
I'urchased at a Great Sacrifice, and Will give
kjut customers tne Advantage of this..
-1 i .
Special Low Prices on Dres
VERS, THE BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO BUY YOUR GROCERIES
A. A. SENECAL. Manager.
Stoves and Tinware.
MASONIC TEMPLE," EAST LAS VEGAS. i
Fresh oysters bv the can. or servsd
any style at tbe sbort order counter, or
tbe private dining room,
UKi-iit UUU S FORSYTH!,
Aiyr Tooi .can find fault alike with an In
dividual or a newspaper.
Highest Honors World Fair.
V sf ns:
The time of year has arrived when YOU need a
Suit of Clothes or an Overcoat. We have over 3,000
samples to select from. We are experienced in the
business. The Fit, Make and Style are PerfectIn
fact we guarantee them to be so.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder.
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
tO Yean tlie StuoStti.
at the 1 Prices : We are Offering:
Suits Made to Order, from -
Overcoats Made to Order, from -Pants
Made to Order, from - -
.00 tin This
MRS. R. FLINT. Prop.
Centrally Located. Good Accommodations.
Rates, $1.25 per Day. Board and Boom $5 and $0 per Week.
For This Day, Only.
A Cheap Suit made to Fit as Well as the Higher Priced Ones.
R Ave., Opposite Depot.
AMOS F. LEWIS,
Tailors and Men's Fine Furnishers.
Two Dollars and Forty-Eight Cents.
Thefe Suits Sell in Regular Stock at I3.50 to 15.00 each..
For One Day, Only, Sept. 7th.
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