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The People's Paper.
let Memo Hunt Finest innate Id ike Worm
Greatest Invention of the Age.
No Smoke,; ; j-
No Trimming,
Last Forever.
AH Sizes in Stock.
Graaf & Bowles,
Sole Agents.
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J, Blehl, leading undertaker.1 ,3tf
Christmas comes ou Friday, this jear.
Mandolin club prao'.lce, to-morrow even
ing. ' ' - ';
Men's shoes, ''up to date "styles,"
Bporleder's. . , 29.7"6t
Gross, Blackwell & Co. received a car of
yotatojs, to-day.
The next holiday will be Tbankiglvlng
Day, Thursday, November 2flth.
Another Bhakespep.re cluh is being or
ganlzed In this ci' r of literary tastes.
" m
The d'rectors of the Mutual building and
loan association will meet, this evening,
Tbis is tba season for making sanr
krart, and almost every fam'ly Is laying in
Jaka Block bas increased bis advertUto
apace in this paper. A new ad. every day;
watch for tbem.
.. The bicycle track in Linooln park is in
splendid condition and is being enjoyed
by many cyclis". 1
Tbe new mill being erected at Hopewell
will be set in mot on with all possible speed
and will run all winter.
Regular meeting of the A. O. U. W. this
CT.ning, all members and visiting brothers
are requested to be present.
Lis Vegas merchants have piles of new
goods on their shelves, which will be sold
cheap. Bee their advertisements.
Jose L. Gonzales, of Clayton, who was
' in jail in this city, charged with a heinous
crime, was relet sed on bail, yesterday.
Miss Alice Csvanauib, , a most excel
lent young lady of Las Vegas, is in tbe
city, tbe guest of Miss Pearl Baunders,
Citizen. - . :
Dr. Wm. Crrtls Baily has recently ar
rived from special studies in Europe and
bas permanently located at the Hot
In eating grapes, care should be taken
not to swallow, tbe seeds, since appendi
citis Is often attributable to carelessness in
doing so. - '
The stockholders of tbe Montezuma club
re-elected the officers who bad so efficient
ly served them in the past year, in a meet
ing, last evening.
H. Risch, cabinet maker and musical in
strument repairer, has tbe , finest assort
ment ot picture frame moulding ever
brought to the city.- ' at
Three full trainloads of United States
soldiers passed through, to-day, going to
points north and east, from Foris Huacbu
ca, Bayard and Wilcox. .
J. A. Mcintosh, the I'ostil lineman, went
up to Springer to-day, for tbe purpose of
putting in an office at tbat place, for the
Postal telegraph company.
The big four and a half pound raddich
which Is exhibited in the window of Graaf
& Bowie's grocery, is a fair sample of what
can be raised in root vegetables.
In just two weeks from to-dny, the
agony will be over. . . ; , , , .
When a laboring man sells bis tabor, be
Is not called upon to throw in hit vote as
good measure, , -'
Jan. H. Dunoan Is in .tbs Bght ; to win.
tbat means ba will roll up a miiorlty of
1,000 for .eat In the oounoll.
Captain J. W. Barney writes to friends
here that if McKlnley is eleoted he stands
in a position to get tbe fat office of Uaited
States pension agent " , " " ?;
"The republicans bave established their
hsadqusrters on the plazt near tbe office of
Col. M. Brunswick, and the union head
quarters are directly over the Kaufman
second hand store on Bridge street,
- In one small precinct not Ave miles from
Lis Vegas, forty men who bad opposed
tbe union party two yean ago, have de
clared openly for that ticket this year, and
came to town to make tbe fact known, yes
teruay. . '", t
An Interea'lng interview ' with F. A.
Mauzauares appears iu tbe Afaw Mexioan
of yesterday. Mr. Manaanarea clearly
suows tbat tbe low prise of wool li da
mere to the stagnation of business caused
by tbe oontraotion of tbe ourrenoy, than it
Is tj the tariff law In force. , . ; !
It bas been suggested tbat tbe different
printers about town who will have the
printing ot tbe election tickets In band,
get together and agree upon a definite e '
rangement of names and offices so that It
will conform to tbe poll book." In this w.y
tbe counting of the vote will be greatly
facilitated. , -:
Tbe populists feel that they bare been
snubbed by both parties and are golDg to
put a straight ticket in tbe fUld for county
offices. Hon. H. B. Fergusson will betbelr
unanimous choice for delegate to congress,
Jnnt tbe same as be Is for most every other
man In the county, who is not a hide-bound
partisan, :.:
drand Officers, K. of IV
At Friday's session ot tbe Grand ' Lodge
at Albuquerque tbe following officers were
eleoted for one year: ': ' ' . ", "
Grand Chancellor Robert McKlnley of
Carthage lodge No. U, Madrid. '
Grand Vice Chancellor -Ir. A. Bkelly of
Silver City lodge No. 12, Bilver City. -
Grand Prelate T. A. Finical, Mineral
lodge No. 4, Albuquerque. ' -
Grand Keeper of Records - and Bealt N.
F. Irish, Mineral lodge No. 4, Albuquerque.
Grand Master of Exchequer Sol Bpelg.
elberg of SanU Fe lodge No. 2, Santa Fe
Grand Master-at-Arms William Bimm
of Harmony lode No. 6, Katon, .
Grand Irner Guard E. G. F. Kubrick of
Baxter lodge No. 9, White Oaks.
Grand Outer Guard Don H. Kedzle of
Pyramid lodge No. 23, Lordsburg,
JN early all tne offlces were oiled by new
men, it being but fair that tbe honors
should be distributed.
Tbe road to El Porvenir and - Haivey's
is being put, in good condition to-day. I.'
health seekers only knew it, now is- the
pleasant time to visit the mocntain resorts.
A fine line of piece goods of the latest
patterns bave just been received by Amos
V. Lewis. Call and make your selection
for a nobby winter suit at prices from
$12.50 up. ... , . .. .. It
The Depot hotel Issued eighty-one gal
lons of coffee to the soldiers that passed
through here a few days ago, and probab'y
as much to those that passed through here
to-day. -
W. F. Warner bas rented a dwelling
house of Charles Tamme and will have
things in readiness for bis parents wLo
will soon arrive here to take up a perma
nent residence in Las Vegas.
Engineer A. F. Eames Is able to be about
Engine 911 is back from Raton ready for
business. " 7 .
J. M. Mead came down to Thatcher from
La Junta, yesterday. v ;
Geo. Rue is again on duty from a sixty
day's visit in New Jersey.
Firemen Daries, Garvin, Willing and
Lynn are on the off list, tbis wee!;.
Engine 912 is out . Of tbe rbops, to-day
fresh from the mechanics' hammer.
Engineer Cody took engine 488 to Lemy
to relieve 23, which will be brought up to
tbe shops. ' ' - " ':
Tbe wife and child of Brakeman Good
man retnrued home from a visit to Chica
go, last night.
W. T. Oliver, of the land department.
was a passenger to Albnquerque on No. 1
last evening.
Charles Webb, who was at Albuquerque
during tbe fair week, is back and has re
ported for work.
Tbe Las Vegas switch-engine, No. S12, is
in the Bbops, and engine No. 292 takes ber
pace in tbe yards.
T. M. Harper, of Glorieta, is the seem
ingly well fed operator whose face is new
in the telegraph office at tbe depot. '
It is probable that the ' anta Fe hospital
association will have a law sult'ou hands
because of the payment of the extra 17,200
left out of the estimate ot tbe ctst ot. tbe
new hospital building in Topeka by a
clerical error. , ll -, H-
It Is reported that 'tbe Atchison bas i
o ni ly made a survey of thVsectioa nortli
of Sliver City, to determine toe feasibility
of turning the flood waters 4$ta tbe moun-
j tains and diverting ' the floods 'Into' the
Kuicn east oi town, it is claimed tbat this
culd be done - at an expenditure tf
less than $10,000. Tbe railroad -. com
pany and tbe city could well afford to
spend this amount of money,. It woa-d
save tbem twenty-Ave to fifty, per oent of
that sum every year. ; ! ' .
White Mrt. I. K. Lewis was driving
along Bixth street Saturday, evening, the
buggy broke down and tbe horse ran away.
Mrs. Lewis was bruised considerably about
tbe face but otherwise was not Ber'ous',
The Las Vegas military band has secured
tbe services ot George M. Berdan an expert
drill master, who will give tbe boys a
thorough course In? military band tactics.
Borne of the first principles were given
tbem last evening.
The time for reading and. self-improvement
comes with the long, cool evenings.
Every family should now take the home
newspaper. A man cannot be said to be
educated, who does not keep alive to his
immediate environments.
D. T. White went eoutb, last evening,
Joe Kestler is down from Golondrioas,
, - . . - ...
M. B. Hart arrived from tbe south this
E F. Roberts, Trinidad, Is guest at the
Central Betel, i V '
Judite H, L. Waldo left this morning for
Washington, D. C, : - ; J
B. K. Dennis, the photographer, la down
from Mora, to-day, ... f . ; .:
Julius Graaf Will take buslneia trip to
Bauta Fe, to-niglit.
H. V. Davis, a health-seeker, left for
Santa S?, last evening. " . '
T. J. Cross and A. B. Adams, drummers,
lefi on No. 8 tbis mor ilng. ; : -t ,
John A. Clark returned this , morning
from a trip down tbe road.
Mrs, Bban Rodes went out to E'. Porvenir
to-day t spend several days. ;, . .j. .
H. H. Wbeelock, took business trip to
Mora and vicinity, tb's morning. . "
Mrs. Richard Dunn and child went north
on tba early train tbis uorglqgln:.-n,w
, Mr Dr. E G. Grass relumed to Trial
dad Sunday evening from Denver. ,
, Mrs. N.' W. Brooks Is in return from an
enjoyable' visit to ber son In Denver.
'8am Pauley an old time cattle man In
toese parts Is In town from Fort Sumner.
' Fred Wardenburg, of tbe firm of Wsr
denburg & White, is down from Trinidad,
to-dr-y. -., ; '- " '. ..
J.E. Walter, the live stock man of tbe
Harvey eating bouse system Is in tbe city.
M. Blederwolf who is at the Hot Bprings
expects to go on further south In a few
week,' - . , . , ;
M. Romero was In from 1 Porvenir, and
sfcys tbat everyone la talking politics out
tbat way. .
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: A. A. Jones came down from Springer
last evening and returned to tbat place
tbis morning, '-
W, H. Jack, president of the cattle sani
tary board, came over to Raton from Trlnl
dad yesterday.
"Texas" Crlckbaum arrived in the city
last evening, from Colorado, and will re
main here Indefinitely.
! a. E. TwitobelL left for Santa Fe last
even'ng, and will visit Albuquerque before
be returns to tbis city.
Richard Dunn was in the city awhile
last evening from tbe Hot Springs looking
much Improved in health,
: M'sa Jennie Bickler who had been visit
ing Rev. A. A. Layton and family return
ed, to ber home tbis morning.
H. J. Hnnsbany and niece, Miss Rose
Dye! of Chicago, who were at tbe Hot
Springs, left for home this morning. .
L. B,Naflzger,E. Wiglesworth, Wichita;
D. H. Burner, Trinidad; and Maggie Owens
Hot Springs, register at tbe Piaza Hotel.
R. J. Douglas who has been In this city
some weeks left for Blsbee, Arizona, to ac
cept a positioq with a mining company.
ii ...
; Mrs. Julia Dalley, after a short visit to
relatives in this place, 'left on No. 2, this
morning, for ber borne in Fort Madison,
Iowa... .. i- : ' '''-
Miss Alma Olive returned to her borne in
Trinidad this morning after a pleasant
visit of several months to ber sister Mrs.
C D. Boucher. , '
W. T. Estes, Mineral Hill; A. Harden,
Cripple Creek; G. L. Owens, Raton;' A. O.
Rugg, Boston Mass. ; Geo. H. Angell, Den
ver; and Robert Miogus, New Mexico; are
late arrivals at the New Optic.
Rev. A. Hoffman and wife left in return
to El Paso last evening. The large number
of friends who were at tbe depot to see
tbem off safely is an evidence of tbe es
teem in which they are held, In this city.
F, W Wardenbiirg, Trinidad; Mr.
Kandall,-Washington; E. B. Clark, New
York; Wm. Wright, Coshocton, Ohio;
Mrs. Richard Dunn, Catskill; J. E. Walter,
Leavenworth; H. J. Hunsbany and Rose
Dye, Chicago; i eglstered at the Depot
Hotel, .'
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' to
Wm DillLV,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
M'sses' and Children's Jer
sey Leggings, Ladies' Felt
Shoes and Slippers, AH at
Lowest Cash Prices.
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ltfarL TmS &v v J -if N
Prices !
' For the Next Ten Days, we will sell goods
; ; of every description at Actual EASTERN
I tUil , -t-or basil, UAly.
Call and Select Your Winter Supply of
, 113-115 Railroad Ave.' , Successors to Loewenstein, Strousso & Co.
Can't Fool the Ladies.
V ; i They Know a Good Thing When They See It.
They know when they see our . . '
Neat BoUCie CaDe for $..7? that they could not match
it elsewhere for less than $5.00.
, Our Handsome Cony Cape for $4.50 would probably
be $7.00 elsewhere, or '
I lie Kicn Asiraknan caoe tor $10.00 very likely to
bs priced at $ 1 5.00, and so on up to
Our Eleg-ant Marten Fur for $33.00, for which $40
would be the u?ual price. ;:'; "'
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The manly grace and elegance of the young '
men who wear our stylish "H. S. & M." clothes
are sure to strike a responsive chord in the heart of !
every rieht-thinking girl.
You won't find such clothes elsewhere here
abouts. They're the kind sold by the leading stores
in hundreds of the largest cities in America.
- v JAKE BLOCK, Proprietor.
Fall Term Opens September ist.
For particulars, apply to ;
We Claim Everything:
f Big Assortment
J Great Variety ;
Choice Models
I Good Materials '
Reasonable Prices
Wholesale Grocers
Cash Novelty Dry Goods Store. Wool Dealers,
'We sell cheaper than an" .other
house, but for . Cash, only.
Children's Natural and White
Vests and Pants:
Blzs 20, 15a.
Sine 2'3, 17o.
Size 24. Ilia.
Size 26, 2lo.-
Ladies' Natural
8I88, 23o.
" ' Size 80, 25o.
Hlze 82, 27a.
: Bf Si, 2!)o.
Fleeced Vests
Ladies who are waiting will please take
notice tbat we bave telegraphed for more
of those elegant Viennese jackets in sizes 82
and 31. We bave yetrifawot ether sizes
and a number ot the handsome capes In
beaver, boacle and far.
It , Ili'kld's, Tl e Plaza.
A motion for the dismissal of tbe ap
peal in the Borrego casef was forwarded
to the U. 8. supreme court on Friday last
by Solicitor-General Victory and Judge
Warren. The brief baokioflo this mo
tion is now in the bands ot the priuter and
will be forwarded to Washington in a few
While one of tba soldier trains wag run.
nlog through Kansas, last week, at a rate
ot thirty miles an hour, one of tbe privates
jumped from the train and attempted to
desert! Tbe train was stopped and the
man was captured, though considerably
braised from tbe leap tor liberty be bad
taken. ' ,
Report reaches this office just " as Thb
Optic goes to press, tbat Mlfls EI'a.'Eloom
had died at 2:30 o'clock tbis afternoon
Slie bad been sick Just seven weeks to-day,
and last evening acute peritonitis set in
and perforation of the. bowels ensued. 'In
ber weakened condition she. could not
withstand this and she died suddenly at
tbe hour mentioned. I An obituary of the
deceased will appear to-morrow. -
"Charity for all and malice toward
none," is Tub OrTic's course on political
as well as all other matters, even If a cer
tain minister of the gospel does exbanst
himself In venting his personal feeling
against tbis paper. . .... j' ;
'How many know that a bill for subscrip
tion to a newspaper never gets any lower
until it is paid, and that tbe longer It runs,
toe nigner it getsl
Awarded -Highest
Honors World's Fair. '
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
-40 Years t&e Standard." "
Owing to the Inclemency of the weather
laa Thursday, tbe fair committee , post
poned tbelr meeting nntil Thursday of this
week, tbe meeting will be beld at Mrs. T.
G. Mernin's at 3 p.m. All ladles interest
ed are earnestly requested ' to be present.
. A great many comments on the answer
to tbe "Kicker" bave been received at this
office. The time has long s:'nce passed
when the happiness of a pure girl, ts ex
pected tVba, placed in jeopardy In tbe at
tempt to uscue a good for nothing young
man. , .. ... ...... . . ,
' r.eular .monthly meeting, of W, O. W.
to-morrow evening at I. O. O. F. Lodge
room. All members and applicants are
earnestly requested to be present. " -
;8. Soskwthai., B. Daily,
. :: : ; Clerk. . ' . . c. Ci-
and Pants, at - . -
Ladies' Natural Upton Sails,
Fleeced, at - -
Ladies1 Natural AH Wool Vests
..'i and Pants, at r ;
Flannelette Wrappers,
Worth $1.26.
QC yard for Waist Bilk,
uub Worth 450. ,
17n yard for Swan Down Wrapper
III Goods, worth 23:
5o yard for White Domet Flannel. ,
Q(1n Pair 11-1 Oray Blankets,
MUll Worth $1.25.
R1 AO x'ra size Comforts,
PI.UU Worth $l.r5.
Ou yard for Silkliue, Worth 12l.'c.
Any Dress Goods and Dress
East Las Vegas and Albnquerque, New Mexico
- wnnr .
ioo, 102 and 104 North Second St.,
St. Louis, Mo.
Patterns In our Stock at Actual Cost;
wwi wn& coo,
4 .Sixth Street, Opposite Postoffice.
8gQ 328 Railroad Avenu.
Use Dixon's Ofaphite Paint general ierchandise
To Cover Your Ro6is,V ;-
. . And Keep Out the Rain.
Ranch SSitu113i5liea o.SS13eoia.lt5r.
Use Great Western Stoves,
Goods delivered free to all parts ol the city. Call and examine our stooc oa
; (ore purchasing, and be convinced ot our low prices.
Complete line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand.
Still more dress goods were received at
llfeld's, last night. . - lt
For Warmth and Comfort.
For Sale by : ;
' " Dealers in Hardware.
MRS. R. FLINT, Prop.
Centrally Located. Good Accommodations.
Bates. $1.25 per Day. Board and Boom $5 and $6 per Week.
winter Outfit. Brand Consolidation Sale!
It is Celier to Pay Your Clothier Than Your Doctor.
Be sure that your Clothing is sufficient for the Cold
Weather that is coming. We have just un
packed the best line of
Underwear, Woolen Overshirts,
' '' . We have placed our West. Side Stock in
. " cur Mammoth Store in East Las Vegas.
Read the Prices and Bring the Cash With You.
Ever brought to Las Vegas, at orices from the lowest to the best. We have the
latest in r.HN'S SHOES and WINTER HATS. A new line of WILSON BROS.'
Fine Tailoring
" and Haberdashers,
AMS f, lewis,
48a for 10 yards AmoslteagDress Gingham, alo a yard for heavy Navy Blue Flannel..
48c for 10 yardi Good Outing Flannel. ' "
34c a yard for All Wool Eiderdown, plain
48o for 10 yards Bleached or Unbleached colors or fancy. ;
I Cotton Flannel. ' : : : :
48c for 10 yards best IndiZo Blue Calico. 690 , Men'sNatural Wool Sanitary
J , Bbirts and Drawers. A great bargain,
48c for 10 yards Fancy Colored Calico. wo,'th elsewhere $1 each.
4So for 10 yards LL yard wide Unbleached 93o for Men, vjcuna and Natural All Wool
! Mu8lln- Bhirts and Drawers. Sell all over
19o a yard for All Wool White or Cream town at tl.BO to $1.75. ,
Flannel. " 1 1
. 68o each for Men's Heavy Ribbed Fleece
19o a yard for Heavy White Shaker Flan- Lined Shirts and Drawers, well worth
neli I $1.25, but our prices are town talk,

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