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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Las Vegas weekly optic and stock grower. — 3 September 1898
r-ER GUS FI..E. Athlin, Tupvka It Hunt Ke. Uulf, t olurUu Maula Ka Hjr. !!!'! Si:1 77 JULOJM JQ JL J( OPTIC AND STOCK GROWER. Fifteenth Tear No 24 EAST LAS VEO AS. NEW MEXICO SEPTEMBER 3. 1808 $2 00 Tear. Latest Tckrams. Blojlurg Mine Are In Ruins and Mull Be Shut Down for Many Days. LOSS. NEARLY $50.000. Itl.onnil'ko, X. M., Sept. 2. In iO'ue ijfBtf noui way, not ns yet accounted for, tita timben in the Bloashurg mine caught allra.lmt night, and were dvstroy d with the various items of machinery employed in woikiug toe. tuina. The !om Is put Hnywbere frum Í30.0U0 to 810,000, and the mine will undoubt edly be ahut down for a mouth or mora. This a calamity to the entire Territory. England and Germany. London, Sept. 2. Tim report Is cur rent here, today that a treaty or ailiauce between (real Britain aud iJermauy, on the lines of Ilia ineecli of Chamber lain. Secretary of Slate for tba Colonies wis act uitlly completed yesterday. The, Pall Mall Gaftie this afteruwon says that it tins ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Las Vegas weekly optic and stock grower. — 3 September 1898
Porvenir. Roman Remero is holdina 2 WEEKLr OlPTIC -A. IT ID GTOCK OHO"WJSIi LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Items of Interest Gathered Around Las Vegsa and Vicinity. ritOM Tlll'linDATa DAILV. I'KHSONAL i. H. Ingles Iflt for Raton. J. J. AIsop left for the north. J. F. Tidball left for Santa Fe. J. 11. Haskius left fur Silrcr City. Curio (iabaldon cnrne In from Rowe. 15. S. Cosner returned this morning to WatroiiH. K. Ackerson left on tho early train for Trinidad. W. R. Toland, the wool buyer, left for the south . Judge M.C. de linca lia returned from the south. Thomas Richmond, of Trinidad, was la tit city, yeiitrrday. A P. Crary arrived on yesterday's train from L'niun, l'a. Miss Sofia Ilubbcll returned from a visit to Albuquerque. Mrs. Sallie Dueglas returned from Kansas City today on No 1. W. K. Tompkins left on the after- noon train for Albuquerque. Maleo Lujan left on theearly train la return lo his home at Clayton. Mrs. Lena Roberts returned from Richmond, Mo., this afternoon. Urn. Lyons ar...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Las Vegas weekly optic and stock grower. — 3 September 1898
WEEJECXiY OPTIC .A GTOCK OKOWEK 15 NORMAL SCHOOL DEPARTMENTS. 1. Normal. A four years' course, based upon the experience of the lead ing Normal Schools ef the country jnd leading Id the degree if Ii.tchelor of I'edag'.gy. radu ites receive adlplo m, which la a life cerlillcate to tench In any of the public schools of New Mr i oo. (iraduates of good 1 1 1 li Schools can enter the junior year. 1'ro m i 1111 1 features of tliia course are the wotkin Psychology, ('MM SM.Iy, HU tory and Philosophy of Education, practical work in the model schools and leeching in the (ruining school. Post graduate course, leading to the degre ef Master of 1'edagogy, are open to advanced students and teachers who are graduate of other State Normal .School. Olleg't and Universities. A part of the post graduate woik may be taken aa non-resident work. 2. Academic A four years' High School courts, designed aa a good tin lulling course for life or as a prepara tion for any professional course, fir for any profe...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Las Vegas weekly optic and stock grower. — 3 September 1898
"WEIH-BCIjY OPTIC A.XJ"D gtock qrovjsr LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Item of Interest Gathered Around Luí Vegas and Vicinity. KIMIM 1 Itl 1 A Y'S VA I LT I'KIIHONAL 'I'b'. H'lrilvu it back from Gallup. I'hiiI I). St. Yrain left today to Mora. R. M. Wood left for Leadvllle, Colo. U. M. X. Parker left for Albuquer que. Joe Hartuirg came in yesterday from Mora. L. C. Foit and It. K.Twitchell loft on yesterday' trnin for Santa !. Win. lluney left this mornliig in re turn to Ins horn on the Tintado. Frak Smith, carpenter, accom panied by bin wife, lias gone ta Pueblo. II. 1) Reinken and wife came down from Watrous, returning this morning. Mrs. ;-orf Lewi and grand child came In yesterday from Rock y ford, Colorado. Stephen Manon, father of Mr. C. C. Bobbins, left on the early morning train for Colorado. V.h Loneuevaii of Mora, who whi in the city yesterday, left thij morning for St. Loin. Mo. Kdward Henry ha returned from the Houth whurtt he bad beca on an Insur ance adjustment trip. Ilarrold C. K. ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Las Vegas weekly optic and stock grower. — 8 October 1898
1 rill, LAb V JiljAb ill A ) lumen llX ii JÍ adai Slrsa AND STOCK GROWER. Fifteenth Year No 20 EAST LAR VEOA3. NEW MEXICO OCTOBER 8. 1808 $2 00 Tor. Laht Tclesrams. PLUGGED BY PILLAGERS. Full List oí Killed and Wounded In Wednesday's Fray---A Council of War to be Held. Chicago. 111., Oct. 7. -The Tribunes lift correspondent at Walker, Minn., n route to the scene of the llühl be. tween Company K, Third Infantry, and tbe I'llhiger Indians, under com mand of General Bacon, on Rear Island says: The stealer Flora hat arrived, bringing the killed and wounded In Wednesday's engagement. The killed are: Ofllcers Major Melville Wilkin son, Sergeant William llutlt-r; privates Kdward Lowe, John Olmsu-ad, John SwallenHtocker, Alfred Zebell. The wounded are: E. K. Antonelle, shot la the leg; Sergeant Levy Ayera, shot In ' the Dwk; It.chard Roucher. shot In the thoulder; Kdward lirown, shot in the face; John Dally, shot through the thigh; Charles Francis and Private Godfrey, shot In the shoulder; ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Las Vegas weekly optic and stock grower. — 8 October 1898
Fnhha Oplalna From tha Vomw Quattwra i mt Iba AnaarU-aa Nailon , aa la rtd by the frraa. WEEKLY OPTIO AIS) 3D 8TOCK OIIOWEB PRESS COMMENTS. Advertising; Certainly Pays. (Jarrtt Journal. An Oklahoma girl advertised for husband and fot him. The advertlse mi'iit a:id wadding co-it f 11, and within a year ttia husband died and laft bar $3,0U0. see how it pays to advert ue. la calculated to arouse suxplclon. It looka at if a case were to be nude out In advance for the Inculpated prtle. Tha i'rvslil"tit haa loud enough to carry In carrying Alger, without adding to hla burden. Having namad hia Inves tigate, h should insist upon rigid tn-vettia-ation. Noibing lena will H'i(y tbe country. Nothing lens should tatis fy the 1'resident PRIVATE LAND COURT. Cheap Telephone In Norway. Chicago Hecnrd. Ona thing which Invariably attracts tba attention of tha casutl v'.s'tnr to this city, la tha widespread usa of the telephone system. Everybody tele phones. It ia tbe ona means of com munication which ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Las Vegas weekly optic and stock grower. — 8 October 1898
Weekly Optic and Stock Grower. 'Fifteenth Tear, No SB. EAST LAS VKOAS. NEW MEXICO, OCTOBER 8, 1808. 300 Tor In IS'.ifl thin country procured WO, OOO.DOO gallons ot distilled liquor and a little mora than a round l.OOO.ooo.ouo gallons of beer and ale Tbis business In all, paid te tba nation, utile, coun ties and cities, as taxes, 8172,000,000. Tha capital Invested In the business tasín round numbers, $1.000.000,000. Of wines, too, the country tnsde 1 ,), (XX) gallons, which la aiall, but Is lap idly growing. THE END NOT YET. Who Is Ma Frest, the creature whhh has been spewing its 111th over the good people of San Miguel county? Why, he Is the fellow who was charged, while register of the land Mice, with receiving fees which he pocketed, In stead of turning; Into the government On this charge he was tried, convicted and sentenced to the penitentiary. Vet this thing, which ought new to be wear ing the stripes of the convict, gets up on its hind leg and howls about fraud, peculation, co...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Las Vegas weekly optic and stock grower. — 8 October 1898
4 WEEKLY OTO O A XT ID QTOCK QKOVEIl PRESS COMMENTS. Penile Oplelaa flora the Pnnr Qnartars f lit AntHfii Natloe, m 1 laajftt hr lha Fraa. Cuban at Citizen. New York Time. Central Lawlon continues te follow the alarming policy which ba adopted whan be first took control of things at Santiago tha policy of conciliation am courtesy towards those deplorable creatures, tha Cubana. Net contact with giving o (Tices to soma of them and work to others, lia tina now permitted General Garcia, accompanied by hit atafTaudan escort of 200 cavalrymen, to enter the city! If we ran trust the cabla dispatches nothlnf very ter rible tiaa resulted; tha Inhabitants of the city expressed what sounded like joy at the sight of tha rebel leader, and his followers, at last reports, had dune no slaughtering or looting, while Garcia himself bad committed no crime more serious than the making of a speech giving the United States full credit for the liberation of Cuba from her op pressors. All this Is moft conf...