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THE DAILY OPTIC.
The People's Paper. lew Mexico nuttt Finest Climate U Ike World Greatest Invention of the Age. No Smoke, No Trimming, Last Forever. AH Sizes in Stock. Graaf & Bowles Sole Agents. NOVEMBER. S M T W T F 8 TTJT 5 6 7 8 9 io 1 1 12 13 14 15 16 17 l8 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 2930 ..) '. SATUrtl'AY KVBN NO, NOV. 28 1896. METROPOLIS MISCELLANI. Order oat flowers through J. Biehl. t( Fine carving seta fur sale Myer's, Masonlo t -mple. at Wagner & 17-tf Myer, Friedman & Bro., are shipping a tew oar loads of wool, to-day. A car load ot flour is being unloaded at the freight house, this morning. A learner's new outfit in telegraphy for ale. Apply to Mrs. M. J. Woods. 17-tf This is hard weather o i mocking birds At least It was on one particular mocking bird. The Wells-Fargo company at this place was the recipient of a brand new wagon, this morning. W. H. Wyman, a resident of Las Vegas years ago, is running a curiosity store in Colorado .-prings. The government thermometer registered at 8 above aero last night The coldest night in 1895 was 2 below zero. The members of the Las Vegas Military band are requested to be present at the city ball to-morrow morning, for drill. W. J. Fennebaker, an old Las Vegan, has been residing in Cripple Creek for tbe past few years, but has now decided to move to Missouri. Tbe report come from tbe hot springs to-day that there Is excellent skating on the upper reservoir and that the lower one will be frozen over by to-morrow. The Las Vegas foot ball team will prob ably attempt to assassinate the Agricul tural college team In a game to be played in Albuquerque on New Year's day. Those who wish to spend a pleasant hour or so to-morrow afternoon should attend the musical at Prof. Hand's rooms on image street, enmnv nc'na at 3 o'clock. . This is Sue weu.ucr ior those health aeekers who are strong enough to stand the cold. Even if it does feal a little un pleasant, it is not likely to hurt anyone, Prof. N. C. Campbell, formerly of Las Vegas, the gentleman, who bad so many misfortunes In business recently, is now located on Williamette St. lu Colorado Springs. "Tbe Bible and Geology" is the subject of Professor Giltner, at the Baptist church to morrow evening, at 7-30 o'clock. Don fail to bear him, free of charge. All are invited. . It is understood that the ladies have less than $40 to yet raise to pay every cent due on the new publio drinking fountain. This amount can probably be easily raised on the dedication day. Max Nordbaus writes tbat be is still en gaged in taking in the sights of New York and has not given thought enough to his coming ocean voyage to bave selected bis route or the day of sailing. Messrs. Rosenthal Brothers are known to be as careful and as alert business men as Las Vegas can boast of, and tbey see advantage of an increased space in The Optic, tbe paper tbat everybody reads. Carlos Uabaldon reports that money is coming in to tbe county very slow now Next month however, is the last month io which to pay tbe taxes of the first half of 1890 and many a tax payer will get a move on blm. There are seventy-six school districts In Ban Mignel county and schools bave been opened in most of tbem this fall, with good attendance. Last year there was but one district in tbe county that did not have school. , . .Captain Edward Miller, the fruit baron from Teseque, sent as -a - Thanksgiving present to Uraaf & Bowles, of Las Vegas, car load, consisting of 220 barrels ot fine apples, weighing 81,356 pounds, says the ifeu) Mexican. The skating in the springs canon is said to be very good. A number took advan tage of It to-day and probably many more will do so In the next few days to come. U'o-nlghts train will be held until 10 o'clock It tbe crowd justifies It. The members of the Y. W. C. T. 17. gave e social for tbe purpose ot Increasing the membership of the society, at tbe borne of Miss Carrie Dubree last evening. About a dozen conples were present and a gen eral good time was bad. Refreshments were eerved and numerous games added to the evening's pleasure. This morning at the church in Fer.lts 3. M. Lnna, a son of Don Patricino Luna, of Los Lunas, led to the altar Mies Aurelia B Hero, tbe daughter of I. Placldo Ro mero. Both bride and groom are mem- j bers of families of distinction whose line age dates for back into the old days of Spanish role, and an elat orate wedding Wat held. - - The Rich Oolden Strike. The newt of tbe rich "Bob Carley" strike, two and three-fourth miles north east of Ban Pedro, la Ban Lazerus gulcb, has gone out through the country, but la reality little is kuowo ot it except that all who have seed It pronounce it rich beyond anything ever found Id New Mexico, says tbe Cerrillos Rueller. . ' ' . ' Tbe circumstances leading upto the find ara in subatance as follows: B, M. Carley and Pablo .Aranda, about sis weeks ago, were dry-washing in tbe Bao Las.rus gulcb, and while working at the foot of tbe bill on tfie south side, they discovered a white Quarts, whiob from its appearance aroused their curiosity and they followed it up a dtstaooa ot perbape 000 vards. until they struok a "ohute" or "obimney" nearly on tbe top of one of tbe mountuius ot tbe Tuerto range. - Regarding the permanence of the ore body. As before stated, it is the general opinion among nilolng men that It is not a true fissure vein. It Is certain, though, that it did'not rain down from the sky, but that it was forced up from below. This being tbe case, It le most reasonable to suppose that Intelligent work will lead to t.ha dl.ooverv ot tbe mala body of or wlthla, probably a short distance, and tbe ore Is ot such aa astonishing value that whatever expense may be necessary will he much more than offset by tbe returns from tbe ore taken out. At this time, there are nine men at work on tbe proper. ty, which in its present stage of develop ment, are about all tbat oan be bandied, Tbe determination ot the owners seems to be to sink on tbe ore body as rapidly as possible, and ascertain as early as may be tbe extent and value of tbe claim. Prizes Drawn at The Fair. The following is a partial list of the prizes drawn at tbe sanitarium fair, last night: Bovcie Brash, handsome doll, donated by Mrs. Chas. Ufeld; Mrs. J. H. Rich ley, half- dozen band-painted Chine p'ates; Mrs. W, S. Standlsb, handsome bat, donated by Mrs. Standlsb; Mrs. Furcell, fancy com fort; Mercedes Fulgencla, fancy rocker, donated by Mrs. Cbrls. Bellman; Frank A. Manzanares, pastel painting; Elizabeth Allen, china fish set; donated by Charles Ufeld, and subscribed for by an unknown friend;' Tom Bowles, MeKlnley doll: Rev. T. F. O'Keefe, lap robe; Miguel Baca, baby silk slumber robe; Margarite Pendaries, sachet; Mrs. A. Mennet, bond painted throw Fred Desmarais, album. The cane voting Is said to have brought 153.85. and tbe Las Vegas slumber robe brought $105. TRACK AND TKAIN. Engineer Con Murray, for the first time in twelve months, made a trip on tbe south end yesterday, be will take train No. 4 back. - - Master Mecbanlo C. M. Taylor passed through Las Vegas, last evening, on bis way south, to turn some engines over to tbe Mexican Central road. Firemon Patrick Caldron, Charles Wray, Andy Craig and Ernest Flescball, of Ar Kansas City, bave successfully passed through tbe required examination and are now full-fledged engineers. Tbe Santa Fe management bas appoint ed an industrial commissioner for the sys tern. It will be bis duty to build np and organize new industries along the lines of the road and induce immigration. When asked concerniog tbe proposed steamship line to operate between Sao Diego and Japan and conneot with the Atchison, President Ripley said, recently, tbat such a line was In contemplation and that an attempt was being made to raise the required capital. Be said, however, that tbo scheme might drag along for some time. The Railway Age, in its Issue of this week, will publish a detailed analysis of tbe railway vote in the recent election, ine paper will ray: "in all, there were 600 railroad men's sound money clubs or ganized during tbe campaign. Two ban dred of these, with a membership of 100, 000, were distributed among twenty-three large cities, through the various wards and precincts of which tbe members were so scattered tbat it would be impossible to arrive at any close estimate of tbe weight of influence of tbe railroad men. "From 450 other club points the retnrns are given In detail in comparison with tbe vote of 1892. These 150 club points in 1892 gave a democratic majority ot 9,506. Tbis w converted in 1896 into a republican majori ty of 149,274. There was an increase in the total vote of 136,502, an Increase in the republican vote cast of 147,866, and an actual democratic falling off from the vote of 1892 of 19,304." Oil Paintings One Dollar, Daring tbe holidays, if yon will bring your canvas or plaques, any size under sixteen inches square, 1 will paint you a landscape for one dollar. A. F. Smith, 23 -6t Over Postofflce. Colonel E. H. Bergmann's 185 wards at the penitentiary in Banta Fe, enjoyed a rare Thanksgiving dinner of bome-grown pork, apple sauce, cold slaw and mince pies. The unfortunates cheered the col onel, when be appeared among tbem at dinner. Spence Brothers, of near White Oaks, have 10,000 wethers for sale. They are ia good shape, and will be sold reasonable. The sheep are within thirty-five miles of Las Vegas. Further information may be bad by calling on .the owners, at the New Optio hotel. 18-8t Brand New Sewing machines and bicycles for sale old machines repaired and made, ae good as new. Call and see us. Next door to J. I A. Dick's grocery store. Bridge Btreet, Las Vegas, N. M. 209 tf ' W. A. Oivbrs & CO. Awardea Highest Heaors World' Fair. DR; MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 0 Ykrt tfct SfcHfor'd. mm CREAK! - MEW PERSONAL rENCJLIKOS. D, Blanton is In (own. to-day. Henry Goke Is down from Bapelld to dy. '', - Jas. Conant is in town from the X ranch. . , ., . 0. W. Whlttelsy went out to Mora yes terday. . '' Rev. O. L, Bovard is up from Albuquer que to-day, ': , C" . ... Jj. R. Asbbell, from Kentucky, Is in the city to-day. ' " - ,. . - i H. L. Goldonberg toft for. Puerto de Luna this morning,, W. n. Long came In from Colorado Springs to-day. F. H. Pierce Is bsctt from a business trip to Ban Francisco, ; . ; J. B. Wbitmore jr. Is in the city from Gallinas Springs." J -. . S. Romero, of Wagon Mound, Is stopplo at the New Optlo. ' Caodelarlo Aragon, of L Llendre, Is in the olty on oourt business. Charles Radulpb and Margarita Panda rlel returned to Roclada, to-day. Win. Lott went np to his Mora- borne after a abort sojourn la tbe olty. W. A. Klnnear and O. M. Monical, of Pueblo, Colo., are visitors to the olty, to day. D. E. Bolt, Cbloago and S. E. Wert, Den ver, Colo., are stopping at tbe Central hotel. Mrs. Edward Henry left Wednesday evening for Los Angelti where she will visit her two sons. Dr. P. P. Collins, a health-seeker, who bails from Kentucky, is la town and will locate in Las Vegas permanently. Mrs. C. M. Taylor, ot Raton, after a prolonged visit to ber sick sister In Cald well, Kani, returned borne, yesterday. Benedloto Duran is still In tbe city look Ing for a man by tbe name of Plerce,wbom be wants to interview on certain matters J. Bhick, an ambitious young bicyclist. who is on a tour ot the world, awheel, ie in the city, to-day, and stops at the Depot hotel. i v. oiaotoQ, oi near vt. Homner, - acoora panted bis daughter,Uose, tb this city yes terday, where tbe latter will enter school being comfortably bouse In tbe family ot N. B. Stoneroad. Fred Brown, who recently arrived here from New York for health reasons, left, this morning, tor Puerto de Luna with H, L. Goldenberg, to take a position in tbe letter's general store, at that place. A. S. Smith and wife, Hot Bprtngs Charles Traoey, Mount Pleasant, Ia. Theodore G. Martin, Wagon Monod; J. J Alsop, New York, and J. M. Bhutfearger, Trinidad, are registered at tbe Plaza hotel. - J. N. Neff and wife and C. W. Fort. Kansas City; D. E. Dwlnnel, Frankfort, Ky.; Urs. A. M. Monroe, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Dnrsee, Massachusetts; 'VT. H. Little and wife, St. Louis, and F. W Downer, Uolonville, Mo., are guests at tbe Mountain house, out at the bot springs. Walter Sands Mills, Albuquerque; J, P, Goodlander, St; Lotrli; O. B. Bpaulding and . Brown Potter, New York; C. E. Dodge, Colorado Springs; J. H. Neff and wife and James Cowgill, Kansas City; J Sblck and E. H. Eseklel, Chicago; J. H Bboffleages, Trinidad; W. A. Klnnear and C. M. Monical, , Paeble, Colo., and C. L, Bovard, Albuquerque, ore among tbe late arrivals at the tJepot hotel. For bargains ln"Hngy'Klng" wood base burners, "Never Fail" steel ranges and all kinds of beating stoves call at tbe old town bai-d ware store, D. Winternlts, Bridge St, - . 20-tt CHURCH NOTES. Regular services will be held at the Synagogue, to-morrow morning at " 11 o'clock. Tbe members of the Monttflore literary society will meet In tbe afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. , The pastorate of Rev. H. J. Hoover will close to-morrow, at tbe Methodist cburob, Ith quarterly meeting services. Rev. C, L. Bovard will preach. The pastor will make a closing statement at night. All servioes at tbe usual hours. Baptist church services at 11a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. ; B Y. P. U. at 7 p. m. The' morning subject, by the pastor, will be "True Joy." Prof. Giltner will speak In the evening, on "Ge ology and the Bible.?' Welcome to all, at every service. Tbe Presbyterian cburoh will bold its regular services, to-morrow: Morning wor ship at 11 o'olock ; subject of sermon, "A Church's service to Its Own Country." Eveningworsblp at 7:80; sermon on "The Prophet Who Made Gods to Order." San day school at 9:45a. m. ; society of Chris tian Eendeavor at 6:45 p. m. A very cor dial welcome to al people. 8KBVICKS AT ST PAUL'S CBUBCH.ON SUNDAY. Morning, 11 o'clock.' Processional..., Hvrrn Venlte ......Dudley Buck TeDeum.. " ' Jubilate..... Hymn Ante Com m union Gloria Llbl , Hymn..... , Sermon "Labor'' An tbem Recessional , , Evening at 7 :80 o'clock; Processional... Hymn Magnificat., " 68 Nunc Demi tt Is...... ' no Hymn " Sermon "Address to Parents" Anthem...... Kecesslonal ; Hymn Sunday school at 10 o'clock? : . Special Notice. AH goods will ;be . sold for Spot Cash, only , Any prices offered other dealers will be duplicated 1 our store. ' 1 : mmumfmmmmitfmtffnfnf TRPHFrinflllt? I IlLlllLiyUUUa great Auction Sale, at Ladies' Dress Waists. $1 and tl.oO fan cy pattern. Dress Waists, percale, lawns, satenns, eten in rn this sale. OoC Another line of Floe Waists, io oxw stvle, joke back, full front waists, with d.w slrevrs, in in. tbis sale, ( J? Q Waists, in tbe lat 98c est novelties, fall sleerep,la tbis isle i Ladles' 3 to K f HMkmA ;. V T.1AOOMC I ; T i . TT ,,?3iiffi;M:iij;i his. Tba Sprlir Boot ai M Co MODEL CASH GROCERY .....j , ' I have Just received, to-day, my new line of Canned Goods, the casiivo braivd; Th finest Uhe of canned goods ever open ed in this market. I will give you prices that cannot be duplicated in the city. .': Come and See Them. Keep Your Eje on This Spacs. J AS. M. OLUXTON. Room! That'i t s the crr npw. up- itairs, for the carload of holiday furniture arriving. next six days we will try a in the furniture stock and That is to say, pieces of FURNITURE CARPETS We mean businessJust call and see. fit' '.; ' : ' . ILFELD'S, piaza. ILFELD'S. Cash-Novelty 'We sell cheaper house,- but for GRAND CLEARING SALE! Ladies' and Children's Jackets and Capes. 92.75, Ladies' Beaver Jacket Was $4.00 4.00, Ladies' Beaver Jacket, box front. Was 16.00 B 75, Ladies' Beaver Jacket, box front. . Was 7.50 5.00, Ladies' Boucle Cloth Jacket. Box front. Was $7.60 7.0O, Ladies' Boucle Clotb Jacket. Was 110.00 lO.OO, Ladles' Tan Cloth Jacket, Wastlfi.00 Every Ladies' Clotb and Plush Cape at Cost E RY LEVY & Sixth Street, Opposite Postoffice. Best Place in Las Vegas to make your selection amone a full line of Cooking and Heating stoves: IS WAGNER Also a full line of J WINCHESTER FIFLES, COLT'S REVOLVERS. ' 1 ;; --and Ammunition. .""". I Masonic Temple, - AFFERIflfiQ rXirr LllllvlUa A , II." II ' A ' I I II it 9 I 11 I HI I VI II I BW i fl 1 II m m. y I H I II II II H H . t'W Ml A. "V jljl auB awfy u 11 J m . l a Chicago, of Edson Keith & Co.'s stock of Ladies' Dress Skirts. .$j 98 for Ladies' and Hisses' stttotly all . wool Dress Skirts, lined and interlined lAliO, fancy Novelty BWlrts. 92 DS for Ladies' fancy Cheviot Skirts, rutie liuad, 6 jords wide. High Grade Drees Skirts, made in ' b ack Jacqoards, silk and woolen uoyel " iie., Bcotiish clans, basket and canvas '. cloths, wool and boucle, cheviot", Englinb prg.s, bark or colors, from 415, f 12, and $10, at $3.49. . . - ' , Ladies' wrapper. 60c for Ladies' Flannelette Wrapper., Btgnlar $1.35 value. 98o for Fleeced back fancy Wrappers. 92,03 fCr Ladles' CasbtufeTe Tea Qowos, We' ofter, this week, nEDTBATS; .... In all 'stylos and Biitipus, ui, great ly reduced prices. TEMPLE. Room! where we must have room So, for the hand at smashing some prices in the carpet department, too. whose "room" we want more than their "company" will he offered witbont re gard to tbe former values ; they must move. in lengths of 5 yds. to 20 yds., are not worth "room" to us If a purchaser will take tbem no matter what their first cost may bave been. Dry Goods Store. th in any other Cash, only. Children's Jackets, $3.25t $3-75. $5 75. $7-5 Ladies' Plaid Woolen Waists, $1.50 Ladies' and Girls' . Sweaters, $1.50 ' - Latest in . Dress Goods, French Flan nels and Plaids, Grand Clearing Sale of Woolen Blankets. Don't Miss This Sale. AT & MYERS'. - East Las Vegas. BRO., f Drj Gp0d8 Jacket8 Ladies' Wai ts Underwear, Hos- iery, Millinery, Blankets, Shawls, Notions, Etc., Purchased at the The Btrength of Our Cloak and Pnr Dept. demonstrated by values like these. Ladies' Jackets, $4.38 cNa0o bt0bvere hou-e can bav or sell -uch Boacle Jackets, such Irish Friese Jackets, surh all-wool Beaver Jackets, as we will show you tbis wt-ek, at (4.38. Ladies' Jackets, $5.- T:". Come here and examine these Boucle., K'rseys and Meltons Yu won't pas. tbem Ladies' Cfpcs, $4.83 ei'y .boT, heavy black all-wool double rape., 0-inch l og, wirte sweep. Worth 7.50, at $4 98. Ladies' Capes, $6.19 J. fancjr lineal twotonea tffmi, Wcttft 10 THERE'S NO PRICE ECONOMY worth a minute's consideration unless you get good quality along with it... -There's no price little enough for a poor suit, but the economy that is real, that will pay you, is the buying of H. S. & M, good clothes at our figures CLOTHES BEARING THIS T ARFT K7" mm A m AJ U ARE WARRANTED. BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE, , JAKE BLOCK, Proprietor. St. MICHAEL'S SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO. Fall Term Opens September ist. For particulars, apply to GROSS, BLAMELL & GO. Wholesale Grocers Wool Dealeis, East Las Yegas aud GROSS, BLACKYv'ELL & KELLY' WOOL, 100, ioa and 104 North Second St., t ! St. Louis, Mo J 826 & 328 Railroad Avenut, DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE Goods delivered free to all parts of the fore purchasing, and be convinced of our low prioes. Complete line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. "Wt MRS. R. FLINT. Prop. entrally Located. Good Accommodations. Bates, $1.23 per Day. Board Fine Dry Goods and Millinery. Men's & Boys' Clothing. 89o for Boys' Knee Pants. Worth double. Regular pi ice, 50c. . 69o for Boys' Knee Pants. Regular price , of same, 75c $1.98 Boys' all woo) Suits. Fancy bro keu plaids and neat Scotch mixtures ue 4 to 15 years. Regular pi Ices, !f3 to 5: $1 98 for Men's all-wool Trouseri. This price can't b. duplicated in tbe Territory $8.35 for Men'. Overcoats and Ultrs, to close out i ur entire lin Toe valu-. are on account of our large Chicago pur chate. A l f I r ,, . ? ... lur men . aii-wooi Bulls. All are world double. We picked them up in our lte Chicago clothing deal. Doa't mist this. -'.-ia'.;S,A.Jr-. r rn ww J COLLEGE, BROTHER BOTULPH. 'AND- Albuquerque, Mew MexicOe city. Call and examine our stoo ot and Room 95 and $6 per Work. Send Us a Trial Order. We are sure to please you. W have the quickest mail order system in New Mexico. MILLINERY. 19" for Children's O'Shanters. , and Misses' Tarn 59c, for Children's and Misses' Tan O'Shanter. The 75a and $1 values. Just received, a ln-of Fancy Denims, tof fancy work, at 18o yd A full Hoe of Ruben's Infants' Shirts, wtth bands. - k. Printed Dresden Ribbons, for neckwear,, S5c value at 19 yd. 39i', 10 yd. Cilico, the 7o value. 49, 10 ydi.Ou'ing Flannel. 49o. 10 yds. Lawrence LL Muslin, yd. wide' 109c, 10 yds. Lonsdale Muslin, yard wide.. G9c, 10 yds, Fruit ot tbe Loom, yard, w lij?