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The People's Paper. lew Mexico Has ttcFlaest Climate iit&e World Baltimore Bulk Oysters, ORANGES,! Dressed Poultry, Sweet Potatoes, Cranberries, Peaches, Pears, Grapes, Vegetables of all kinds. Graaf & Bowles, TUESDAY EVENING, BEPI. 29, 1896. METROPOLIS MISCELLANY. J. Biehl, leading undertaker. 63t( Beethoven society meeting to-nlgbt. A Kood load of 10-inch 28M8t. " wood for $1.00. "H. G. Coors. Macbeth troubles. Water cures stomach 209tt A road raoe la tbe next aport scheduled tor the bicyclists. Tbe Lincoln park track la In good wheel ing oondltion at present. The Las Vegas liemblioan negleo'ed to announce Its advertising rates. Prof. A. J. Sodrlng is to give a concert tn Albuquerque to-morrow evening. Ilfeld will load out 10,000 sheep row which be bas sold to eastern to-mor feeders. O. W. Isensee will sing a bass solo at tbe Fountain entertainment next Friday even ing. Browne & Manzanares company bad on track to-day, one car each of nails and corn. Ike Davis, tbe plaza grocer, sports a fine new cigar case wblcb be purchased from M. Cohn. The Optio derates its space to newa in (tead of self praise. Others do the prais ing for ns. Judge Whiteman, of Albuquerque, is in tbe service of Mark Uanna In tbe east at present. Have your bicycles repaired at J. James,' St Nicholas block. Expert work done reasonable. It Secure yoor tickets for tbe humorous leoture by Rev. Geo. Belby, Tamme opera house, Ootober 5th. Tbe publin anxiously await that debate between tbe Bryan and tbe McKlnley olubs. Tbe silver men are ready. Bishop J. H. Vincent and wife who have been as far south as Socorro, passed through tor their boms In Topeka. There will be three Chautauqua circles Las Vegas this winter. A good showing as to tbe literary taste of tbe people of this city. - The household goods of Walter Board man were shipped to Cerrillos, to-day, tbe family expecting to go down in a tbort time. R. E. Twitchell and H. B. Fergusson will debate on questions of tbe day, in Alba querque, as soon as convenient dates can be arranged. At tbe Albuquerque oarniral of sport October ttitt to 17th inclusive, the visitor ' can have his choice each day of base ball - bicycle and horse races, J E. L. Bartlett was made chairman of the Territorial centra) committee and Col Max Frost was elected secretary at the meeting In this oity last Sunday. Tbe engagement of Grand Lecturer W. H. Harlow, of the A. F. and A. M. lodge bas been cancelled and consequently there will be no meeting of the masons this evening. The good people of El Paso are loath to surrender tbe services of Rev. A. Hoffman and it now looks as It the Bishop would re consider tbe appointment of Mr. Hoffman to Raton. - Col. T. B. Mill's little grandson made his first political speech a few days ago. His foot itched and as be relieved himself by scratching it.be exclaimed, "Ob, mamma gold-bug bite baby." Mrs. E. B. Howes, M. D , is in the city, looking for a location for a number of pa tients she desires to bring from tbe colder parts of tbe country to bask in tbe sun shine of New Mexico this winter. Tbe "DeBance" bicycle to be raffled off lor me Decent or tne sanitarium, is now on exhibition at Sporleder's shoe store The winner to choose either a lady's or gent's wheel. Chances fifty cents. If tbe editors of a certain paper, not tbonsand miles from here, bad given more attention to school in their earlier years and give the public a rest on school items now their readers might appreciate It. ' Boys capable of doing work mast be get ting scarce when a merchant will not let a delivery boy off for four days, to attend a band contest as an important member of the military band. The band boys will no boubt remember that "there are others." Miss Amy A. Towers, who will be pleas antly remembered by her many friends aa the guest of Mrs. H. Hartley, during the summer months, was united in marriage to James F. Webster on the 221 day of this moctb, at her home In Hamilton, Canada. This afternoon at the 81. Paul's Episco " pal church, Rev. Geo. Belby united in mar; rlege F. T. Fearey and Miss Bertha Kittel, both of New York. Miss Kittel has spent the summer at Mineral Hill, and aha and herhnsbaud will leave at once for an European trip via Mexico. There will be no meeting of the Bryan club to-night, owinjr to the fact that Rev. A. H. Hoffman will not be in the city as was expeoted to give his lecture on "Silver In Old Mexico." Judge E, V. Long will ad dress the club at I ti next Tegular meeting ext Friday plgbt, ftstUrM from the Hantlng. n Lieut, Coleman and bis sqtttd of ideal cavalryman and Deputy Sheriffs Taeker,' Hcgtn, VlpondV and Kills;, who assisted Sheriff Garcia lu escorting Perfeoto Pa dllla and Rosarlo King from this city to Tierra Amarllla, last week, to be executed, returned to Santa Fe yesterday afternoon, says tbe New Mexican. Tbey repoit that Padilla and Ring were duly banged on Thursday morning be tween the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock that Padilla pleaded lonocenoe of the killing of John Vtpond to tbe last, Insisting tbat be could have cleared himself with money, and tbat be was so muoh frightened tbat be was hardly able to stand wben the noose was plaoed about bis neok. Blng died game, making speeches In English and Spanish from the gallows in which be attributed his orlme to whisky and eautlon ed bis bearers against drinking the vile staff. . It Is tbe general Impression among tbe people at Tierra Amarllla tbat Blng killed bis wife and child In Colorado before he killed Ullbarrt at Tierra Amarllla, and tbat bis execution remeved a naturally bad and murderous man from earth. In deed, Deputy Hogan says tbat Ring vir tually admitted tbe killing of bis wife and child in Colorado, and tbat be ought to die for tbat crlm. As illustrating tbe spirit that animated Ring, it is related tbat when tbe father of bis victim met tbe party outside of Tierra Amarllla on horseback, Ring began toeing, In a loud voice, "Oh, Where Is My Wan dering Boy To-night!" At Rest. . From Tbe Farmers Vindicator, Valley Falls, Kansas. A telegram received here Saturday, stated tbat Mrs. Sarah Harman, wife of Solomon Harman, youngest brother of the senior editor died at her home in East Las Vegas, New Mexloo, at 8 o'olock the morn ing of September 19th. Tbe remains were brought to Topeka, reaching there Tues day morning, and Interred In the Topeka cemetery near her daughters Maude and Louella, both of whom died recently of tbe same dreud disease, consumption. Funeral services were held In East Las Vegas, and at Topeka the remains were laid quietly away to rest only a few near relatives and dear friends accompanying tbe body to Its final resting place. 0BITU4.RT Sarah C. Harper was born In Pendloton county, West Virginia, Maroh 20th, 1S53, and died at East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Rjptember 19th, 1890. In 1871 ahe was married to Solomon Harman and tbey moved to Kansas In 1881. Seven children have been born to them: Louella, Maude, Berths, Sedgwick, Irving, Owen and Har per, all of whom are left to mourn their loss except Louella who died March 28tb, 1891, and Maude who passed away five months ago. The deceased was a most beautiful and amiable woman, blessed with the health and strength characteristic of those born in the state of ber nativity. During ber lifetime her bope rested in ber children. For tbem and ber bnsband she lived, toiled, hoped. Sbe was a loving wife, a kind and patient mother a noble, true, bigh mind ed woman. A member of no churoh a professor of no creed except humanity her faith rest ed in ber fellow beings and in tbe love sbe bad for tbeui. She was a deep student of sclenoe and nature and an earnest investi gator of spiritualistic phenomena; but of ber may it truly be said; Humanity was ber only creed, and to do good was ber religion. ttcltSOAAL rtiNCiLMofa. Wia Frank li in the elty fronJ Lot Aluuius, ' S. H.' Montoya, of Bapello, visits Las Vegas; to-day, B. 0. Wilson and wife went over to Santa Fe last night. Dr. H. M. Smith Is ib return from a eatlon trip Into Colorado. 'Attorney J. Leahy, of Raton, was a pas senger for Santa Fe, last evening. Mrs. J.' N Wallaoe accompanied ber husband to Santa Fe last evening. Patricio Gontales Is over in Santa Fe, an on-looker at tbe democratic conv.o tlon. Del Sumner, of St. Louis. Is in tbe city to enter tbe employ of tbe Harvf y dating boats system. Mrs. C. F. Potter left on tbe early mora log train for Massillon, Ohio, on a visit to relatives there. Mr. S. E. York, who bad been on an ex tended visit of four montba to the eastern states, returned last even Ing. Wm. MoRae, Mineral Hill; Clarence Harvey, Sllverton, Colo.j W. M. Smith and Earnest Curry, El Paso, stop at tbe New Optic. Alfred Long is expected to return from Kansas City In a few days, at wbloh place be bas taken a tborougb course In a busi ness college. A. Hollenbeck, Melvio; Miss L. E. Bcnuileder, Misses B. L. and A D. Kittell and F. T. Fearey, Mt. Vernon, N. Y., i registered at tbe Plaza hotel. rror. a. w. Bberfeyv superintendent of lbs public schools in Dona Ana county, was a passenger for Las Cruoes last even' ing from a visit to Minnesota. - ' B. Frankenthil, of Pnerto de Luna, will visit New York for two months, leaving for tbat oity in tbe morning, and bas or dered bis favorite paper to follow htm. Julius Eisemann and C. J. Smith, Bos ton ; F. J. Doan. Detroit; J as. Bartlett and wife, Cleveland; J. F. Mulbern, Raton, and A. H. Christie, Milwaukee, are stop png at tbe Harvey house. Tbos. Orblson and wife and Miss Gene Ballard, of Appleton, Wisconsin, friends of Mrs. C. F. Adams and mother, Mrs. J. B. Dickinson, stopped off In this city yes terday, enroute to the City of Mexico. Mrs. S. P. Dantust and E. Brooke Daut- ust, Indianapolis; Mrs. T. A. Mulligan and Cbas. J, Walsh, San Francisco: H. J. Huisklog and Rose Dye, Chicago, and Mrs. J. W. Zollars, Las Vegas, are guests at the Mountain bouse, Dr. Slack and L. B. Gallegos, delegates from union county, and Geo. Berringer, Albert Lawrence, J. F. Hntohlson, dele gates from Colfax county, were aboard tbe train last evening enronte to the democratic convention at Santa Fe. , The three days of glittering attractions offered at tbe Mountain and Plain festival to be bsld at Denver on October 6tb, 7th and 8th, and the remarkably low railroad rats, will attract' many citisens from Las Vegas. Tbe military band will attend, leaving here on next Monday's morniog train, and it bas been suggested tbat those intending to go, let the ticket agent know about it and see If crowd enough cannot get together to take a special car, and tbns secure plenty of room for the party, as the rains after reaching Colorado will un doubtedly be greatly crowded.- ' ittim nrj: Aim NEW GOODS m DAILY, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Misses' and Children's Jer sey Leggings, Ladles' Felt Shoes and Slippers. AU at Lowest Cash Prices. Bddi ana Sbae Co., MAOONIC TEMPLE. I IDE ROT1I Ward Block, Railroad Ave., Mrs. Wm. Goin, Prop. - Tables Served With EVERYTHING THE SEASON AFFORDS, Cooked and Served in tbe Highest Order. Meals, 25o. Board by week, f5. A trial will convince you of tbe merits TBB MOIWT. RHHTATTRaNT , Of Some Big Drives For the Fall Trade. Do you say times are hard ? Indeed they are. Here are prices to correspond: Men's Underwear from 50c per garment up. Boys' and Children's Clothing-, the best line in the city, prices that will make them sell. Men's Suits for $10, that arc big value. Latest style Stetson Hats. Elegant Neckwear, and in fact anything that is needed to dress a man well. Our good re right and our prices should merit your trade. Come and see us. JAKE BLOCK. Clothier. New J3runswick Restaurant, Under tbe new manage ment, will set tbe BEST MEAL IN fHE CITY FOR 25 OENTB. Bpeclal tables reserved for ladiee and families. Your patronage Is solicited. M. S. DUDLEY, Prop. St. TJIGIIA ELS COLLEGE SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO. Fall Term Opens September ist. For particulars, apply to BROTHER BOTULPH. We Can't "Save the Country," The politicians must do that, but We Can Save Las Vegas . A whole lot of money by selling fall and winter dry-goods cheaD' er man tney nave Deen sold heretofore or will be sold by anybody else. GROSS, BLACii 17ELL S GO. Wholesale Grocers "AND" Honest Goods for Honest Money Vool D'cilFS Is the rule of pur'houseV When we talk of cheap eoods we do not refer to the the "cheap and natty" merchandise held out as baits by many dealers; we purpose now as ever to offer only RELIABLE (roods at their very LOWEST VALUE. For proof of this visit our store, now crowded and packed with the newest, choicest and best of everything for fall and winter wear. - ' Buy at Ilfeld's and You Can't Buy Wrong. ILFELD'S, The Plaza East Las Yegas and Albuquerque, New Mexico. GROSS, BLAOKWELL & KELLY WOOL, ioo, ioa and 104 North Second St., St. Louis, Mo. IKACK AND TKAIN. Twenty-fonr tickets were sold for Santa Fe, last evening. Superintendent J. B. Hurler came up from the south, yesterday, and continued on up to Trinidad, this morning. Dispatcher J. E. McMahon arrived last evening from Raton, where he had been to relieve Chief Dispatcher Bristol. W.-W Arnold, relief agent, returned this morning from Santa Fe, where he bad been worklDg, while Agent Lots was en joying a vacation. Engineer Young, of Raton, was at tbe throttle on engine 829 tbat pulled tbe spe cial train through from Trinidad to this oity, Sunday, making tbe time, while run ning, of forty-nine miles per bour. He would bave done better than this, bad not a journal become bot. A. F. Eames took lie train from here on to Albuquerque and was limited by special orders not to make more than thirty-five miles an boor. Tbis is five miles an bour more than was ever allowed before on tbis division, owing to the grades and curves. Stock shipments over the Atchison from southern Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas to Kansas City and Chicago markets are at present heavier than ever before in tbe history of the road at tbis time of year.' In tbe twenty-four hours ending .Tuesday night oflast week, 571 cars of stock were shipped into Kansas City, making the largest number of cars of stock ever shipped into that point in one day. Shipments of beef cattle to tbe eastern markets com menced earlier than usual tbis year, ship ments usually not commencing until Ooto ber. Duriog tbe past summer there bave been thousands of head more of cattle pastured in Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas than In previous years, and tbis proba bly accounts for the increased ship ments. - Butcher's Liquid Polish and Reviver, the nest and best floor varnish for sale at tbe Id town Hardware Store. 1. Winternlta. 279 ml A new book entitled "The money pro blem or bl-metallism versus a single gold standard", by L. Bradford Prince, has just reached the Optio table from the pub lishing house of J. 8. Ogilvie, New York. review - win be made and comments given after a careful perusal of the same. Dr. Baily, who has been traveling in Europe for tbe sole purpose of studying tbe saoitariam system for consumptives tbere, with a view to opening the Monte zuma hotel as a sanitarium, is expected to arrive In this city, tbis eveoing, to look over tbe situation here. It is possible and even probable tbat work will be com menced on this enterprise in tbe very near future. Store. , Cash Novelty Dry Goods pour rjoo(t, Foster Kid Gloves, 69c a Pair. I, ROSENTHAL 1C0. 826 & 328 Railroad Avenut. DEAXKBS IS Ladies' Fleeced Lined Vest and Pants 23c. worth doubl Ladies' hieeced Lined Union Suits 60c e. Col. Lacerda,the alleged Brazilian count, is on trial at hot Lunas, and is being rep i.-. it a v T. I 1 u.u.r.rnu.juu. iiuuaaer- a II tlf I - u r . - , . - stood that the count, a few davs aao. left WUUI WllllOrnia DiailKeCS r .!, WOrUl 37.;0 ijaoin goia m tbis city as a retainer for i u ray coiion DianKets, ior Bed .bneets, 55c per pair. JLnrHes' Capes tirxd Jolcets, Largest and Nobbiest Line in Las Vegas, j Dress Good? in the Latest Novelties. Stamped Linens. Agents for the Brainerd & Armstrong Wash Silks, Mr. Fergnsson to represent bim at trial, and it Is also learned that be, having nxea matters witn m. a. iow, will soon wed tbat gentleman's daughter. Albuquer que Uihzen. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Ranch Supplies a. p3oio.lt2sr, Goods delivered free to all parts of the city. Call and examine onr gtooar a fore purchasing, and be toavinced of our low prices. ' My Complete lice of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. -s The funeral of tbe late J. Heineman will take place from the family residence to morrow, at 2 p. m. It is not generally supposed now that Mr. Heineman took tbe overdose of morphine with suicidal intent, as ne am not seem to realise tbat be was going to die, and he also allowed a (3,000 life Insurance policy to lapse but recently. Jose Padilla who bas been in jail in this city for nearly a year, and under tbe death sentence.ex leased on $10,000 bond pending as soon as Chief Justice Smith returns to approve tbe bond. IIE1Y LEVY & BRO.. Sixth Street, Opposite Postoffice. WM. MALBOEUF Is Offering the Greatest Values in Dry Goods, Harness, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, t Shoes and Groceries. who ua. been Roofs well painted with Dixon's Silica Graphite Paint WTirVTP A TPTTJTP T rVT" m? nnkrTCi wneXZ: have not required re-painting in 18 or 20 years. W V b A ij IJN!j 1iU1 OF GOODS, FOR SALE BY Registration. Tbe books for registration in precinct will be opened on Thursday, October 1st, 1896, at tbe office of Judge H. S. Wooster, and dose on Friday, October 23d, 1896. ". ., H. J. Crowley, Robert K. M. Cdllbn, B. F. Forsttbb, Board of Keglstration. Notice of Meeting. - ' The Baptist missionary society will meet with Mrs, A. A. Laytoo, on Thursday, Oc tober 1st, at 8 p. m. All members are re quested to be present, as election of officers will ocour. Mrs. Wood, Pres. B. Booth, Bec'y. WAGNER & MYERS, rurchased at a Great Sacrifice, and will OurCustomers the Advantage of this.. . give DEALERS IN Great Western Stoves, Special Low Prices on Dress Goods, i THE BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO BUYJOUR GROCERIES. A. A. SENECAL, Manager. Wilson's Air-Tight Heaters. CENTRAL HOTOT. GENERAL HARDWARE, MRS. R. FLINT, Prop. Centrally Located. Good Accommodations. MASONIC TEMPLE, EAST LAS VEGAS. Bates, $1.25 per Day. Board and Boom $5 and $6 per Week. 1 he Style in Overcoats. SPECIAL FLANNEL SALE I FOR THIS WIlSIC! Awarded Highest lienors World's Fair. 'DIV CHEAT,? fflK it . We have the latest advices on this season's stylesfj) in overcoats, ana nave tne piece goods on hand from which to order. " 49c For io Flannel. yards White Domet Lai .5L, .if r MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crane Cream of Tartar Powder. from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 Ycn tbe Standard, Free T rL M sr 4r t - ' - : r., ' ' j - 1 . - - .- - & . ... - Made with Style, Fit and Make Guaranteed, from 49c A new lot of Winter Styles in ; JUST. IlSCfJVJSD. " 1Ar For "All Wool" White and 1 W Cream Flannel. Good Outing For io yards Flannel. $12.50 For 10 yards "Our Own" Cotton Flannel. ... . UD. 21c 39c 24c 72c a yard For Heavy Navy Blue Twilled Flannel, ' . a yard for 50 Inch, All Wool Ladies' Cloth, new fall shades, a yard For All Wool Eider Down, All Colors, a yard For Fine All Wool Broad Cloth, Worth $1.00 , ALL SALES FOR CASH ONLY. Rosenthal Bros. Agents for the -New Idea 10c Patterns. COUPONS Entiiljng Custiirnersto Prjmiiuris given with all Cash gnjej V