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The DAILY OPTiG.
The People's Paper. new Mexico Has foe finest Climate li tie Worli Greatest Invention of the Age. No Smoke, No Trimming, Last Forever. All Sizes In Stock. Graaf & Bowles, Sob Agents. OCTOBER. s m t w t r s 77 77 77 T 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 14 25 z6 27 2& 29 3031 ..I.. . THURSDAY EVENING, OCT. 89. 1896. METB0POL1S MISCELLANY. Order cut flowers through J. Biehl. tf The plllon peddler has been about town, to-day. O. W. Isensee's class In Toioe culture is constantly iooreasing In numbers. P. I. Jjoncfe Co.. of Llndenwaod, III nnrchuad 12.000 head of aheep from Charles Ilfeld. L. Van Osdell, formerly of Thu Optic's composing rooms, is now employed on the Port Worth Register, , Mrs. M. M. Koves will keen her mil linery store open evenings, until 8 o'clock during the fall trade. It Mrs. M. Barecke does Kensington stamp ln. Leave your orders at Mrs, M. M Noyes' millinery store. . , It It is safe to wear your overcoat at all times now, no matter how warm and tempting the sun may feel. The benefit ball of the E. Romero hose company, at the Plaza hotel, to-morrow night, should be largely patronized. Remember the social to be given by the ladies of the Eastern Star, this evening. You will be sure of a pleasant time. Don' miss It. Forty cars per day is a fair average of the nnmber of sheep that have been loaded out of the yards near this city, within the past few days. ' - A tonsorlal artist, of Chicago, is opening up a barber shop down on Railroad avenue opposite the depot. ' Geo. W. Bell is said to be backing the enterprise. John Hill's planing mill steamed np ta- day, but it will not run as lively or regular ly as it will after the presidential election shall have been an event of the past. Furnished rooms seem to be in greater demand in this city than ever before. This would indicate an unusually large influx of health-seekers for the winter. Charley Rogers. John MiniiraT"Siid Joe Haefnor have gone on a four-days duck hunt to the Cherry valley lakes and Griff Roberts and Enoch Kogers will engage In shot-gun sport on election day. - The Montezuma club will open the winter season with a seleot ball, next Tuesday night, Frof. Hand's orchestra furnishing concert and dance mosio. The election returns will be furnished by the foetal company, hot over the wires from Chloago, A recommendation that might be adopted, with advantage In Las Vegas, Is that of Dr. Frank F. Connelly, superintendent of the bureau of contagious diseases of New ark, who has recommended tq the board of health of that city that no drinking cups or dippers for general use shall be provided In public schools, . and that each scholar shall be required to provide an individual cup or glass. Edward Henry, the Insurance adjuster, returned to Las. Vegas, last night, says the Albuquerque Qttizen. He adjusted the loss on the building Occupied by Mrs. Talbott, awarding the owner, Matt.. Ridley, $303. about one-third more than the appraiser's amount, which did not inolude papering, plastering, etc The insurance on the house was held in the Lion insurance com' pany, represented by A. E. Walker, Death's Victims. Jas. M. Fendergarst died of tuberculosis, at a lodging house in this city, this morn ing. He had but recently arrived 'from Boston and was in a very 'bad condition when be arrived in this city. He was adt Tised by bis physician In Boston to not at tempt the trip, but he' Insisted ppon com ing.- He was about ' twenty-five years of age and It is said that his parents are very. wealthy. The remains will be shtppBd fort Boston by Undertaker Biehl on the morn ing train. . . , J An elderly English gentleman, by the name of Ting, a stranger, died at the ladies' home, this morning. The remains were taken In charge by J. Biehl and will be burled In the city cemetery to-morrow. Court Cases. . Jose Albino Baca has filed a foreclosure nit on a sheep contract' against Vicente Mares and wife, of Wagon Mound ; also, a ult on a promissory note for (110 against the same parties. Tomasa Baca de Anaya and others have brought suit in the district court against Fernando Baoa, administrator, and others, for the division of certain moneys received from the government in liquida tion of Indian depredation claims. In the ejectment case of W. R. Williams versus John Olt, which bas been vigorously pushed by Attorney O. A. Larrasolo for the plaintiff and ably defended byL.'C Fort, for the defendant, for the past few days, Justice Daniel C. ' de Baca has rendered a verdiot for the plaintiff and or dered that he vacate the ranch, surrender the horses, mules and tools belonging to plaintiff, and pay the costs of the law tuit. CAMPAIGN HOttiit a Gllmpie tt the Political CUikiMd lli i Mlgu.I County and Blsetffcer. A CAN DID ATI'S BOLlL4gUY. I wish the eventful day was over, I dread the bltternsas of tua cop , Vor I've some enemies under cover. Who are trying to do me up It'll be a great vlotory for Don Hllario Romero, and he Is oertaln to win It. Engineer f bos. Collier Is looking for that man who has 1300 to 1100 to bet on MoKln ley. There will be a meeting of the Hllario Romero olub at the school bouse In pre olnct No. 26, this evening. The central oommittee of the demooratlo oartv In this county has endorsed the nominees of the union party. ' The military band bas been engaged to furnish musio at the republican rally at the opera bouse, this evening. Already, one-dollar bills are said to be getting soeroe at the city banks and two- dollar bills are too expensive, these bard times. Albino Baoa, a former janitor at the Las Vegas court bouse, has been nominated for assessor by the republican party to uuaaa lupe county. A personal, explanatory letter is said to have been written by a prominent member of the republican party to a member of the uulon party. ... - - Catarloo Romero, candidate for county commissioner on the onion ticket, and party,' were expected to return to town from Koclada, to-day. In Chloago, Tuesday night, Mr. Bryan was presented with a silver star, In the oenter of which Is the candidate's ploture The donors were the Hebrew democrats of that city. The only exouses Th Optic can offer for the large amount of space in Its columns given to politics, i the shortness of the campaign and the righteousness of our cause. A poor horse that had been ridden to death for nothing was the one from the Red river country, which dropped dead In its tracks in front of the republican head quarters, on the plaza, last evenlog, Chris Bellman has wagered $50 to $26 with Julius Judelt-that Bryan will carry his own state of Nebraska; also, $100 50 that the same individual will be elected to the presidency of the United States. T. B. Catron, candidate on the republl can ticket for delegate to congress, will sDeak at the Tamme opera house, this evening, and to the native people, Spanish, at the court house, to-morrow afternoon. T. F. Elelnschmidt, a banker at Helena, Montana, cousin of Gen. Fred Walsen, of Denver. Colo., has $400,000 in JSew York City, to be placed on Bryan, and be is tak ing all bets. If he cannot get odds, be gives them. Usually, the men who hang aronnd the local political headquarters are to be viewed with suspicion. The workers ought to be out in the field, with their war paint on, and their, sleeves rolled opto their elbows. A Las Vegas merchant received Informa tion by wire from 8t. Lonls, to-day, that an even bet of $2,600 that Bryan would carry the states of Indiana, Ohio and lilt nois, was posted in the Southern hotel in that olty, last evening. Patricio Gonzales, Bias - Sanches and Adolfo Sandoval, who have just returned from the Feoos, whither they had been on a campaigning tour for the union party, left, to-day, for . the Conobas country, fully confident of viotory on . next Tues day. ; James E. Whltmore, candidate for the shrievalty on the populist ticket, visits town from bis Gallinas Springs home, to day. He has not withdrawn from the race, believing, as he does, that where two or three are gathered together In the name of the Lord, It will be well for them, in the next world, if not in this world. The county's funds will be sate la the bands of Henry Qoke, the candidate for treasurer on the union ticket. He Is presl dent of two banking institutions and bas risen from poverty to affluence through his own Individual efforts. He is an enter prising, deserving, industrious and eco nomical citizen who is oertaln of re-election to the office which he has so acceptably filled, the past two years. ; . ;. Roy W. Scott, representing the Phila delphia drug bouse of J. H. Zellln & Co., who has been constantly on the road from that olty since last August, stopping at the principal places along his route, openly stated in a crowd, last evening, that all the money In the United States, If at hand, could not prevent the people from electing Bryan to the presidency. He remarked, further, that be would eacrifloe bis little finger to be in Denver, on the night of Jde election. The people of the queen city of t je west will fairly burn up the town, un less tne ides or November reveal some thing that Is not how iorehadowed. Messrs. Austin & McCormick, atforneys- at-Iaw, In Jackson, Miss., write that they are considering the matter of locating in this olty and practising their profession. Tbey have been Informed that Las Vegas bas 6,000 inhabitants and thirteen lawyers, and they want to know, bow about it. Will some one please to count noses and Indite a letter to this firm "of barristers? The Optic's reporter hasn't the time at his dls posal to do so. . ,. ;. . ..,'-, :. i - - r A new line of pattern hats just received att Mrs. ' -M.M., Nbyes millinery store, Douglas Bjenue. It !, t .,- --v mm ; '. : The Atchison has issued a handsome cir cular announcing?7 the resumption of the California limited as a semi-weekly train for the season of 1898-7. The service will begin November 4th. Awarded" Highest Honors World's Fair. . 'DIX' , CREAK3 IMflPS mm MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 Years the Standard. ZJ if one Up the Hmd. A.M. filaokwell has bond visiting Raton for several days. In Judgo B. V. Long Is In Pueblo, Colo., the guest of Oeo. F. Patrick. C. F. Bridges and wife register from Raton at the Flaaa hotel. Col. O. G. Coleman was a passenger for Santa Fa, from tbe east, last evening D. Myerewlts, a New York drummer, boarded tba morning train for the east. Herman Ilfeld bas returned from Anton Cbtco. having a break-down on tbe road up. ,. .. .. . . . D. W. Hitobcock, division foreman on tbe Atchison at San Marclal, la in tbe city a guest of F. O. Blood. Mrs. J. L. - Bcqdder, - mother of the locomotive fireman, has gone on a visit relatives in Kansas City, to A. L. Coble, a carpenter, left for bis home in Fueblo, this morning, having finished his work on the sanitarium. E. D. Woodbury and new wife Indulged themselves in a , bridal trip up to their Watroua home, on tbe early morning train. ' Col. Marcus Brunswick and Montgomery Bell are ' at home from a trip down to Guadalupe county, on politics,pleaiure,and business combined. F. Brlnck, Kansas City ; Roy W. 8cott, Philadelphia; Wm. Zerback, Winona, Mich.; John Craig, Raton, and Henry W, Gust, Denver, register at tbe New Optlo. ' Manager John O. Flank, of tbe hot springs, left, this morning, for a business trip to Trinidad and La Junta and will perhaps visit Denver before he returns to the spring j. - - ". .; R. 8. Yocam, Dallas, Texas; James R. Lusk, St Louis; Mrs. J. van Houten Raton ; Frank Harris and A. L. Conrad Albuquerque; W. A. Colt and W. B Brown, Manganola, Colo.; John and Wm. Scott, Mount Vernon, N. Y.; John Leybe- body. St. Joseph, Mo., and Thomas - A. Lewis, Kansas City, registered at tbe Depot hotel, yesterday'. TRACK AND TRAIN. Eoglne 911 is in tbe shops for stay bolts, Billy Holmes is extra wiper at the round, bouse. Engineer Joe Brown Is on the sick list and Engineer Cody has his run. Jim Peeler, the new fireman, made his initial trip on engine 918, yesterday. Henry Garvin is now on the left side of engine 912, In tbe place of Fireman Stead man. " ; Ben Sulier, the fireman, is again op duty and Is tbe father of a brand new boy, as well. , - AI. Holman has engine 897 now, which bas been In the shops for driving-box re pairs. Engineer Holman and Fireman Homer Bhull took 894 to Raton, Monday, for ex. tensive repairs. i ' . v 1 ,. Engine 700 has been taken from service and will find a place In tbe back shops at Raton for repairs. W. R. 6teadman, of tbe Atchison water servloe, is at Wagon Mound, to-day, on oompany business. James Bell bas resigned his position, at the round bonse, and will return to Mis souri and enter business. Fireman Thomas Cloud has tba place made vacant by MoKsnzer Morris, who has received a friendly call from Topeka. Trainmen, at present, are too busy to talk politics, but tbey will' take time to vote for Fargusspn when, the .day oimes. Jas, A, Sherwood, who recently took unto himself a fair young .bride, has gone to Mexico to accept a railroad position down there. ? . George Board man bas been cleared of all charges pending against him, on ac count of the A. B. U. strike, and is now on tbe extra list . Engineer George Crosson announoes bis adding for Christmas day. It is not learned whether or not tbe young lady has yet been consulted in the case. . Mike Weidenbeok, wbosa first name Is Irish, and tbe seoond Dutch, but one of the best mer on tbe road, bas been given regular engine 687 between Raton and Las Vegas. . TRIPLE ENTERTAINMENT. Tbe Concert, Dance and Social by the Ladles of . tbe Eastern Star, The ladies of the Eastern Star will give a concert, dance and social at their rooms in the Masonio temple, Thursday evening, to which the public is cordially Invited. Following is the excellent program that bas been arranged for the occasion: ' Quartette La pi us Belle Wald ten f el Miss B. Bothgeb, Messrs. Norbaus, Sporle - Her and miligan. Recitation , Selected Miss Howell, Song "Don t Be Cross ' Zeller L. H. Uofmelster, Quartette "Artists' Life" Strauss sng. Selected O. w. Isensee. Violin Solo "Polonaise" o.TS. Allen Miss Edith Botbgeb. 8ong. . Selected Miss Hattle Knickerbocker. Quartette "Spanish Patrol". . .; ;..,Tobanl Admission to concert and dance, twenty- five cents, supper ten cents. ' ,, ' '. ' Everybody Invited. Come and bring your friends.'j Masonio temple, 8rd floor. - -; : 809-2t ' II. 0i Ward, the lUtttsp-biiysf, lias DAMNS FGH THOUSANDS! Men's Elegant Winter Shirts or Drawers, at 75c, $1.00, Most complete line unhned, sheep, Elegant line of Men's White mrts, at very lowest complete line Hosiery. ... . LAST; B S3!?f!!f!imf!?fr Wt Suits Railroad Avenue, East Las Vegas. ssksBAsiaJ KBMSfc WW"'!''' 7 SSI ft! - MAOOMC I llfl Mil Ward Block, Railroad Ave., Mrs. Wm. Goin, Prop. ' .. . . , . ,', Tables Served With mmim m mm affords; ' Cooked and Served in tbe Highest Order, Melg, 25o. Board bjweek, 5. A trial will con vlnoe you of the merfu nf thh Monnr, rrrtattrant. Capes ' , and Jackets. SPECIAL EXHIBITION, Iff ' 10 A. M.f Wednesday, at - Ilf eld's, The Plaza. ; New Paris and Vienna models In choice materials, and very finely finished. Noth ing approaching them his yet been shown here. Early examination requested. Cash Novelty Dry Goods Store. We sell cheaper house, but for 20c a yard, 3 inches wide. 20c a yard, 5 inches wide. 28c a yard, 7 inches wide. , 3 jc a yard, 9 ihches wide. Black Silk Boudon Insertion: 1 8c a yard, 1 inches wide. 25c a yard, 3 inches wide. Ladies' Ready-made Waists, rlaids, Woolens and bilks, , Latest Styles, from $2, up. IIE1Y LEVYI BR1, Sixth Street, Opposite Postoffice.' The Best Place ' to make your selection amomr a 4 f .. riUll line of Cooking and Heating i ' 18 WAGNER WiNCHESTER RIFLES, COLT'S REVOLVERS, " " and Ammunition. Masonic Temple, - - East Las Vegas. $1.50, $2.00, and $2.50. of Winter Gloves-wool lined or goat and buck, from 50c pr. up. and Wool Nobby and prices. Soft and Derby Mats, . trom ; ; Cheapest to the Best. T Remember I am Headquarters on Up-to-Da , Clothinjr. Elesrant Pants to order, from Sa or Overcoats to order, from guaranteed as represented. , NEW GOODS" Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Misses' and Children's Jer sey Leggings, Ladies' Felt Shoes and Slippers. All at Lowest Cash Prices. TEMPLE. . Madam M. J. Smith, DRESS-MAKING. Parlors over Furlong's Photograph Gallery. Latest Parisian Designs Direct, - Tailor-Hade Soits a Specialty, Gapes and Jackets Made And Re-j.ined. Inspection of Work Invited. thin any other Cash, only. Claimed by Everyone. We carry the largest 1 ne of Ladies' Jackets and Cape;, a .:d Children's Jackets. at prices which can be reached by everyone 8 pocket. . We carry the largest assortment of 1 Children's, Ladies' and Men's I . Underwear. Just Received.the latest in Belts and Chatelaines: Rob Roy, Cordu roy ana f ancy Leather. $1.00 Men's All Wool Sweaters, n ' s com every w Here at fl.60. in Las Vegas AT & MYERS'. Also a'fuir line of .: Complete line of Men's Date Tailor-made 00 up. Nobby $12.50 up. Lverythlnsr AMOS F. LEWIS. WARM UNDERWEAR TIME Is coming. We're prepared for it; are you ? If you expect to need anything of the kind we Invite you to see what we have. Costs nothing to look at ft and not very much to buy it. Our new H. S. & M. styles in men's suits and overcoats are ready. CLOTHES BEARING THIS T.ARPT ARE WARRANTED. BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE, JAKE BLOCK. Proprietor. St. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE, SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO. Fall Term Opens September ist. For particulars, apply to BROTHER BOTULPH. SS, BLACII17ELL i CO. GflO r m 9 m Wholesale Grocers AND- Wool East Las Tegas and Albuquerque, New Mexicoe GROSS, BLACK WELL & KELLY . -WOOL, 100, 10a and 104 North Second St., , t. Lo-'jis, Mo. . L. ROSENTHAL S CO. K 026 & 328 Railroad Avenu, DBJ.LKR8 W GENERAL MERCHANDISE Good delivered free to all parts of tbe fore purchasing, and be onvinoed of our low prices. V . - Complete line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. tjh GJ&nCAJL, HOTEL, MRS. R. FLINT, Prop. Centrally Located. Good Accommodations. Bates, $1 .25 per Day. Board 10 yds. Special Sale of LlEnilECiaiJfflElS. We are offering a lot of above line at prices that will move them. One lot of Child's Reefers, sizes 4-12, Worth up to $2.50, at $I.OO One lot of Ladies' Jackets, all sizes, ' Worth up to $3.00, at $I.OO One lot of Ladies' Jackts and Newmarket, ' ; Worth up to $9 00, at $2.50 One lot of Misses' Long CloaVs, .'v ; Worth up to $5.00, at $2.50 One lot of Ladies Jackets and Capes, Worth up to $12, at $5.60 Our Fur Capes In all Popular Styles and Lengths, Ju8, ?hLelModrnIng. V ROSENTHAL BROS. Outing Flannel,! at 49C. 10 yds. Domet Flannel, . ' at 49C 10 yds. Scrim at 49C 10 yds. Vestibule Lace at 49C. 10 yds. Muslin, bleach'd at 49C. mm SV. city. Call and examine onr atooc o and Boom 95 and 8)6 per Week.