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l'i,Ol-J.l( Si lit 1 We i:r,-.i:ve Dressed . Spring DucVs t.iiu odier GOMF & MOORE, Grocers and Bakers, ! S ATl'RDAV EVENING, OCT. 6, 1900 Advertising In first local column, a. cents line; in other column., to cent! a lliw. Kor rates on c -ilird advertisements, t-or Sale Fur Kent, Wanted, etc., see classified co'uma on second page, t-or rates on lonr. time locals Call at office. CUICIJSTOXU CHATTER. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs Cle- ofes Romero, yesterday afternoon. The juvenile circus parad3 attracted some attention on the streets this morning. Those unsightly ho'ea in the board sidewalks on Kailro;i! avenue should be attended to. At the meeting of the hammer and tongs club, last evening, Cliff Kelt! spoke a piece on trusts. Miss Hattio Eames has recovered a hand tatchel, from which she became separated at the Albuquerque fair. The Ed F. Davis colossal spectacular Uncle Tom's Cabin company will ap pear at the opera house, Saturday, 13th. Tomorrow will be the feast of the rosary at the west side Catholic ehnrch. Mass will be more solemn than usual. The candy factory has been moved from the building 3n th.s northeast cor ner of the plaza t j the room south of (he pofioflice. Campaign cry for Mew Mexico Jem or rets: 'Go tell Aunt Rodey, toll Aunt rtodcy..trll Aunt Rodey, her old g-.uy goo.-c is dead." Box rents are due at the postofflce hero now and all not paid by the 10th, have to be vacated by the postmaster, So see that your rent is paid. The Las Vegas roller mills had a close call from being licked up by the flames, the other day, tho fire orig inating in the engine room. Material for new sidewalks ohould rot be piled in the streets too rmny weeks before it can be possibly used, with the number rf contracts in la! Judge W. J. Mills, wife, Rev. Geo. Selby and wife, Mrs. J. W. Crumpack er, of Albuquerque, and Mr3. A. Men net, returned yesterday from their fresh air trip out to El Porvenir and Har vey's. Clcofas Blca and Placida Ortiz de Uliharri, between whom some hot words passed at Los Lagunas, near San Pablo, were arraigned in Judge Wooster's court, they being dismissed upon the payment of tua costs. J. D. McGrath, a candidate ' r the lower house on the Colfax county democratic ticket, was ticketed to Sponger on today's train. He forn.erly resided in Mora county and h?s always had moro or less to Co witi politics one way and anoth-r. Of course, he is sanguine. of success, this year, and hopes to run ahead of his ticket. The Las Vegas transfer, baggage and express company have erected a bulletin board on Sixth street, where a record of the arm ing and departing time of passenger trains is chalked down for the information of an anx ious public, particularly bo when the trains are behind schedule tirue. Tho faculty of the Normal UnlversI ty gave the annual reception to the students lat night- A number of the board of regents assisted tne faculty in receiving. No program was ren dered. Miss Hill, for the ;leasure of the students, read Dunbar's "When Mclinda Sings," so well that a merited encore was demanded. A large crowd attended and every one had an enjoy able time. Thursday an ecclesiastical confer ence held at Use west sida Ca'hi lie church. Father Defouri, who is dean of the conference, presided, There are about seventeen members In this . district and ten were present. They are: Fathers Ba'.Ianl, of Anton Chico; Rivera, of Sapello; Oiler, of Vatrons: Le Gillou, of San Grtroniino Krine, of Mora and Pouget, Barrau and Raboyro'ilc, of Las V-p's. Questions cf doeti ino and dosina were di.-cussed, Mrs. Isabel .Tones Huse, wife of W, 0. Huse, and daughter of Travis F. Jones, of Los Alamos, died this morn ing in ctiiid-birth at her father's resi dence in Los Alamos. Deceased was aged about twenty-five years and J survived by a heartbroken Lusband and two daughters, aged respectively four years and one year. The funeral will take place Tuesday at 10:30, pro vided the father can react, here from Texas by that time. Dressed Poultry Spring Chickens Turkeys Bulk Oysters, Etc., Arrive Every Thursday at C. D. BOUCHER'S Detailed Account of the Closing Scenes of the Great Gathering. (Special to The Optic.) nn Fe N. M., Oct. 6. At the coi.ciut.ion of the third ba'lot for dele gate yesterday In the democratic Ter ritorial convention a recess was for an hour. After lunch on the re convening of the delegates tae fourth ballot was taken showing no change. On the fifth ballot Dona Ana county Fall's county, broke away from Matron and went to Joseph which went 'jack to Marron on the sixth ballot. On the seventh bailot A. A. 'Jones, of Lai Ve gas, was complimented with the ten votes of the Dona Ana delegation, (Fall's), and on the eighth ballot the great leader who represented the southern counties, cast the Dona Ana vote for Hon. P. A. Manzanarei of this city. On the ninth ballot Dona Ana went to Joseph again, but the re sult of the tenth ballot showed the convention to be In the same situation it was on the second ballot The eleventh ballot showed a vote of t6 for Marron, 28 for Joseph, 64 for Larrazolo, 19 for Dougherty. and 4 for Fall, the" latter complimentary vote being cast by San Juan county, one of the solid Larrazolo counties. The result of the twelfth ballot was Marron, 39, Joseph 28, Larrazolo 64, Dougherty 21, Fall 13, Hopewell TO. The thirteenth ballot resulted, Mar ron 33, Joseph 28, Larrazolo 68, Dough erty 12, Hopewell 31. - The taking of the fourteenth ballot showed the result to be no nearer a decision than the first, the vote stand ing Marron 75. Josepn 28, Larrazolo 68. At this point on motion of Mr. iT.'eld a recess of an hour was taken and tho convention went into a caucus In caucus Mr. Crist, who had been cham pioning Mr. Joseph's, cause, withdrew Mr. Joseph's name from the contest. The Joseph vote favoring Larrazolo, Mr. Marron also withdrew from the race and moved that Mr. Larrazolo be made by acclamation the nominee of the democratic convention. Then followed the selection by the several counties of two members each of the 1 Territorial central committee,, the choice of eleven members-at-large, pursuant to a resolution, adopted by the convention, to be appointed by the chairman of the convention, H. M. Dougherty, of Socorro. Before the convention adjourned a vote of thanks was tendered the citi zens of Santa Fe for courtesies ex tended and a committee, at the head of which was Hon. Antonio Joseph and Hon. Owen N. Marron, was appointed to notify Mr. Larrazolo of the action of the convention and escort him to the platform. Mr. Larrazolo was at his best. II ; began his address in hH usual deliber ate manner, but gradually warming up to his subject, he soon had his audi ence with him and his address was (frequently punctuated with applause. He treated mainly on national issues and when he reachel the paramount issue of the campaign. Imperialism, he was often compelled to stop on ac count of bursts of applause from the audience In wh'cii were many ladfes and about equally divided between members of both political parties, who crowded the court house 1 1 its utmost capacity, fully 200 people fo.'ing unabl to gain admission. ' When he brought hij add' ess t close by a well-rounded cliiaax, both delegates and audience fairly went wild. Men stood on chairs, jumped on top of tables, threw their hats in the air and a demonstration, su?h as had never before been witnessed in any political convention of either par ty in the political history of New Mex ico, continued for fully fifteen minutes the persistent cries of . ''more! "more!" continuing for son.e time. This speech, as well as those of Judge A. B. Fall, Neil! B. Fb.d and A A. Jones, will appear In subsequent" is sues of The Opt ic When quiet was finally restored In response to the desires of tho audi ence A. B. Fall, Nelll 13. Fl3'.l and A A. Jones addressed tho convention, the latter's address clos'ng a convention which will go down in New Mexico's political history as one of thu most re markable of gatherings. The contest between the friends of the three favorite candidates was car ried on in the most determined yet fr'endly manner n trul? democratic convention, and its close left no ill feeling. It was a choice between t' iee men, anyom of whom, each dcle P.tte felt sure, could carry the party to victory and estimates by the dele gates on the ma'orlty that would bo given to .the democratic nominee in the Touitory this yetrr vary from 3,000 to F.OOO, majority. All the delegates be lieve that in view of the discontent und bitterness among the leaders cf the republican pare.-, which has dis gusted the conservative and independ ent element in the party, that this year will witness an unsurpassed accession to the ranks of the democratic party, and all the delegates arc sanguine of an unprecedented democratic major ity. Mr. Joseph was not a candidate be fore the convention, but told his friends that if the convention saw lit to tender him the nomination, he would not decline. As soon as the proper time came, Mr. Joseph, whose sense of propriety and oiirtesy is Our C Rock flaple Flooring Try it-the price is low. THE BUM! GUILDERS' SUPPLY CO Sontli of Colorado 'Phone 150. -:- r "i r w 3 Lv H P ( i, i Sm (a - 3 Per'Ballon J. H. STEARNS, The Grocer. characteristic of the individual, in sisted that his name be withdrawn from the contest. Owen N. Marron, who weat into the convention hardly known cutside the confines of his own county, of Berna lillo, at its conclusion had jumped in to the first ranks as one of the stiong- est leaders of the party. Hi has rea son to be proud of the m ignlflcent showing he made in the convention. A comparatively young man, wi.h an un spotted character and of great euergy and force he will wield a power which will undoubtedly make Use!! felt dur ing the present campaign, particularly in Bernalillo county. Lodge Matters. All members are urged to be present at the regular meeUng of the I. O. O, F.. Monday evening. Business of Im portance. Eliae E. Day, of Las Cruoes, N. M., grand master of the ancient free and accepted Masons, will pay an official visit to Chapman lodge No. 2, A. F. and A. M., next Wednesday evening October 10th. J. K. Martin and John Thornliill have gone down to Phf.enix, Arl..on;i to attend the A. O. U. W. grand lodge of the Jurisdiction of Arizona an l New Mexico. The Normal University foot, bal team was organized Friday. Capt. Clark, of last year, "vas re-elected Mr. Arnold, of the faculty, was se lected as manager. The It. am this year has an abundance of good water- ial to select from and "their success is assured by the enthusiasm already manifest The boys are already in ro ceipt of a challensa from the agr'cul- tural college at La? Cruces nnd-it was unanimously voted to aceppt the i.ame for Thanksgiving day. The meanest man in the world lives in a small town in Texas. The other night he fixed the only- rocking chair on the place so that it would give down under a weighl of over 170 pounds, and as a result his daughter is now nursing a dislocated shoulder and her young man's nose Is broken There's a meaner man yet in La-J Ve gas, if what his neighbors say alout him is true. Hon. O. A. Larrazolo, the democratic standard-bearer, is expected to reach home from Santa Fe tomorrow. His friends should get together and ar range for a rousing ratification meet ing at the opera house, Monday even Ing."Xet it be done. Dr. M. F. Desmarais, who has been out in the mountains mining and pros pecting, has returned to town, bringing in some specimens of ore that look well enough. A young man named Dudlay left tho ladies' Home for Albuquerque and El Paso, today, having been assisted to a lower altitude by. the city author! ties. At their recent meeting in Santa Fe the cattle sanitary board took quiet ac tion that is well calculated to cause cattle thieves to seek pastures new The Colorado-Morr telephone line is undergoing repairs. Those seeking instructions in piano playing apply to Mrs. David L. Arnold Columbia avenue and Eleventh street 284-Pt Rosenthal " Furniture Co Next to the Western Union Telegraph office, East Las Vegas, N. M. House Furnishing Goods Dep't Little Items for Little Money: Lanre Fancv Washbowl and Pitcher, worth ti.50...... ..Sue White Porcelain Cuds and Safleers. six of each, for 48c Imperial China Breakfast Plates, 6 for.. 35c Imperial China Dinner Plates, 8 for 48c Fine Decorated Cups & Saucers, set of 6. ,72c Fine Decorated 7-ln Plates, 6 for 62c 6-foot ODaauo Wl.dow Shades, com plete, worth SOc 3uc 7-foot Ooaaue Window Shades, com plete, worth 75c 49c Heavy Water Tumblers, the 5c kind, 3c Set of Mrs. Potts' Nickel Plate Sad Irons $1.1 15c Can Openers 4c 1 gallon Coal Oil Can .' 19c Nos. 1 and 2 Flint-Glass Chimneys. Nos. 1 and t Brass Burners 10-quart Jap Chamber Palls .. 6c ...5c .32c Dover Egg Beaters s 8c Large Tin Wash Basins.... 7c 1-quart Tin Covered Palls 6c Wood Boiling Pins 9c Stove Shovels 7c Large Dust Pans 8c 35c Wash Boards 19c Surprise Egg Beaters .' 2c Steel Cake Turner 4c A Thousand More Bargains, is the BEST, JBiridocs. Lss Vegas 'Phona 150. H. J. Van Pet ten has be.-n Tibiting ' Anton Chico. Supt. M. C. le U;iea is over from nnta Fe to.iay. A. A. Jones was a returning passen ger from Santa Fe, today. A. P. Buck Is at home from a sheep. uying trip down the country. Col. S. M. Afchenfelter. was eu route for Silver City, this afternoon. James P. Scales and E. C. .Alien are Denverltes at the Hunter li'.use.- Capt W. H. Jack of Silver City, ar- Ived from the south, this afenoori. Tom Walton, immigration agent for himself, is in town from Mora today. John Hesch and Jose Aoeyta left this morlning for the Pintacla country. A. A. Maloney, the plasterer, is at home from his trip to Arizona parts. ' Everett F. Crenshaw and Miss Eva Lock, of Cerrillos, were passengers for Iowa. ' I R. E. Twitohell, mother and niece, have gone down to El Paso from San ta Fe. Vicente Romero and the wife of his bosom went over to SunU Fe, this afternoon. . ' W. B. istorey, Jr., caief engineer of the Santa Fe, is in towii in his soecial car, today. J. D. W. Veeder, T. Labadio and J. M. and Monico Tafoya came In from Santa Fe, today. C. J. Potttirfitld, of TueMo. and Miss Johnson, of Oklahoma, are Bloppmg at the Plaza hotel. Eleuterio Baca has gone to Ciian nlng, Tex., where he will teach a nine- months term of school. John S. Clark, no longer a plumed knight of the g. o. p., got home from Santa Fe this afternoon. Don Luis C. de Baca, prominent cit izen of Union county, was homeward bound from the capital, today. . Ollin E. Smith and John Holland werei passengers for- Clayton, from Santa Fe today; John Morrow, for Raton. Judge Henry L. Waldo ome over from Santa Fe today, rejoicing with those who rejoiced and weeping with those who wept. W. R. Zulick and wife, Indianapolis, Ind.; L. B. Solomon, Leavenworth Kans. ; C. L. Doran, H. S. Winans, Den ver, at the Castaneda. L. R. Allerr, of this paper. Is back from Santa Fe, in allowable high glee over the result of the democratic con gressional convention. George Beringer, of the Raton "Re porter," and W. A. Eaton, of the Raton Gazette'', were passengers fcr home from the Santa Fe democratic conven tion, this afternoon. District Attorney Chas.'A Spiess, who is being groomed for a seat In tho council from San Miguel county, ia in return from the disappointing republic can doings in Santa Fe. H. T. ("Jerry") Unsell, assistant cashier at the Browne & Menzanares establishment, is at homo from his trip to Missouri, where he attended cuurch regularly, also a democratic gathering or two. lM Mrs. Judge Mills gave a handsomely appointed dinner last evening in honor 6f Mrs. Judge Crumpacker, her guest Those present were: Judgj and Mrs, Crumpacker, Mr. and Mr. Frank, Springer; Mr. and Mrs. Secundino Romero, Captain and Mrs. E. G... Aus ten and W. E. Gortser. , And still they are coming home from Santa Fe, some light-hearted and hap py, others heavy-hearted and sarj. i All kinds of heating stoves, see laid? wig Ilfeld's ad. , It Grand Free Lunch. At the Headquarters, tonight, 9:30 o'clock. Rocky mountain sheep, prime roast beef, boiled "Diamond C-' ham, Boston" baked pork and beans, salads, vegetables, etc. .Everybody invited. . It Forsythe & Lowry. Props. . New Books, New Stationery, Indian and Leather Novelties. MRS. C. WARING, Opera House Block, E. Los Vegas! Colorado Phone 175. !. Sosenwald '.& Son, PLAZA. We show the largest and most complete line of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Jackets and Capes ever shown to the shopping public of Las Vegas. Ve have the fur trimmed Coat, the short hip Coat, the Box Coat, Golf Capes, too numerous to mention. Each garment tailor-made and guaranteed to be a perfect fit. We have garments for all, ranging in price from $3.50 to $35.00 the cheap ones as well as the expensive ones fit well to the for;m. ' Vi iif FURS. An immense asi sortment in Scarfs, Collar ettes and Shoulder Capes. , 111 Vlk W 14 -n In our carpet roc 1:1 you can buy the zjf best all wcol 2-;ly and 3-ply In- Tlllflg grains as cheap (adding freight) as You you can In Field's, Handel's or any Should otner b!g Chicago retail ttore, and we show you a large and choice as- "J10W sortment to pick from. I Ml I I I HH I 1H - 4 - M f .; V I The Delineator FOR November and white. The letters from London and Paris' are a new and excellent feature. The literary matter is of high character and full of interest. No other magazine we know is so full of real helpfulness to woman as is the Delineator. Price 15c.f by mail 20c-; yearly $1.00 Buy or subscribe at ILFELD'5, The Plaza. , Only agency In northern New Mexico for Iiutterick Tatterns. ; : ' Here are some pictures of our famous flRS JANE HOPKINS' BOYS' CLOTHES For "everyday" and for Sunday, too, there is no boys' clothing that's neater, prettier or. better to wear. Every boy in town should bring his I mother here to see these warranted suits we sell at . $ $2.50, $2.85, $3.50, $4.50 and up to $6.50 Charles I If eld The Plaza. I E BY THE LEADERS Flf nil Waists. As'e Carry the largest assort nietr; qf i ladies' waists, we in vite 0ur inspection as to Prices Styl and Quality. In AGENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERNS. 121 JSJztlr street:. CENTER BLOCK PHARMACY Portmann Drug ionerr - 6U nniffs VI u Two Registered Pharmacists in Charge of Prescription Department ........ Colorado 'Phone 228. Rainy Day Skirts. ' ..." No ladies' wardrobe complete without ,one very serviceable and dressy. We have a big , assortment to select from. Pastel Pictures beautifully gotten up, an ornament to any parlor will be given as sou s venirs this week to all pur - c hasers. - . . . Received by express, to-day, Ladies' Cashmere and Twill ed Flannel Waists. You must see -them to appreciate this handiwork of the manufactur-"er-neat and original" in design Bosenwald & Son, "PLAZA.' C 4 1 j.' W I m J J I A . - - H 9 is certainly "the finest issue of the year" as its editors hope it to be considered. Fashions for Fall K and early Winter are shown in g pictures of glowing colors and by g scores of illustrations in black 6 BRO. OF DRY GOODS. New styles of F rench Flane Waists in all fashionable colorings We are showing the latest in Ladies' Jackets and Capes, Children's Jackets and Golf Capes. Rainy Day Plaid Back Walking Skirts. Dress Skirts, Underwear we can suit every body. . We carry them for infants, misses, ladies and ' .men. and Stationery Co. ana - Office - Las Vep-as 'Phone 192. Supplies m X fflp ' 111,1 Ll I (7 T . C '-- I X 1 ;(.',) l III' ' f ! -i i Crrifbt 1'jwi bj aart, ScluCaw a Mat BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE M. GREENBERGER, Prop. CORNE5RcAENNJiRvl5RulfT AND life Vt i : GROSS, BLACKWELL k CO INCORPORATED. WHOLESALE . MERCHANTS LAS VEGAS "AND ALBUQUERQUE. IftAXWELL TIMBER CO., CatskiH, N. M. " FLORSHEIM MER. CO., Springer, N. M. BECKER-BLACKWELL CO., Magdalena, N. M Caps and Gapes for f Cool e Cold Weather The season for .heavy wear is not very far off, and everybody should prepare in time. Our line of Dress Goods for fall and winter is now open for inspection and we feel safe in saying-it is "well; -selected." We have a very pretty assortment of ' . "Fancy Felts" in Walking Hats and beautiful: trimmed goods for nice wear. In Heavy Mercer ized Petticoats we are showing- the best on the market. The very latest in Golf Capes describes, our line of these goods, and we have the biggest assortment of Plush Capes that has ever been shown here. Caps for golfers and also for people who don't play golf. Something new a Hnej-efPujes in Gun-metal just received. ; . - "It Pays to Patronize Us." Strousse i Bacharacli Opposite Castaneda Hotel. ROSENTHAL BROS.. New arrivals of Fall Goods from New York City by Express daily. The finest line of Eiderdown Sacques are now displayed in our store. Thirty dif ferent styles to select from, ranging in price from 75c to $4.00. C - i i II H fi Price One satisfaction in trading with us: We guarantee the price of every article we tell. If you can't do better here than anywhere else, we won't ask for your custom. When we offer Hart, Schaffner & Marx guaran teed suit and overcoats for the price of ordinary cloth ing you may know our way of dealing. Better value, more for the money, an equal quality for less money than you'll find anywhere outside of our atore. Hot Heaters! ; We now show Wood Heaters from $2.50 to $7,50 Oak Coal Stoves from $6,25 to $14 75 not Blasts-See Cut Wood Base Burner. Hard Coal Base Burners. Open Fronts coal or wood. Largest assoatment. Reasonable prices. We set up promptly FREE Hardware Store. r Fancy fur garments have arriv ed and we invite inspection of same. Fur St6rm Collars Fur Capes Fur Collarettes Long Tab Collarette Prices are th3 Very Lov. ,st.