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"av" Yvnv- Las "Vega UUICK. T.ialli T U'lw. .. given i mi J..QUIGX.. To,', Wbot.i vao advertiser i fidrirtisen Whom JllETURNS KV it col u Din i of f RETURNS St"!10' It OPTIO. I t VOL XVII. EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 11, 1890. NO, 111 MR.M'KINIEYMAYDO But .the Practical Repeal of the National Silver Plank Will,. Mot Do at All.' ALLISON IS PRESENTED The House Cuban Resolutions Will Probably Go to Sleep 'In the Senate. THE SANTA TERESA CRAZE Cou'Mucs, Ohio, March 11. When the republican atate convention re convened, this morning, the temporary organization beaded by Senator-elect Foraker, was made permanent. The report of the committee on resolutions was presented and adopted with en thusiasm.' It congratulated the repub licans 6! the state upon the immense majority by wbioh Asa 8. Busbnell was placed in the gubernatorial, chair, and upon the selection of ex-Governor Foraker a Senator Sherman's col. league in the senato of the United States. The planks relating to the protection of American industries, the monetary Issue and the presentation of the Dime of Major MeKinley on behalf of the republicans of Ohio to the party of the nation for the presidential nom ination, ' contained in ' the platform adopted at Zanesville In May of last year, were re-asserted and re-affirmed, with the exception of the silver plank of the national platform, which was practically repealed. Nominations for state ofiioers and delegates-at-large to the St. Louis con vention were then in order, 'I he del egation at large will be composed ol Governor Busbnell, Senator-elect For aker, Hon. Mark A. Uanna, of Cleve land, and Congressman C. II. Gros venor, representing respectively the Foraker and MeKinley elements in the party " After the nominations of sec retary of state, judge of the supreme court and member of the board of pub lic works, the convention will ' adjourn tine die. : ':-. X . , Heavy Liabilities. Rochester,!?. Y March 11. Roths child, Baum & Stern, one of the If rg est clothing manufacturing firms in the country, have assigned ; liabilities, $400,000.'- : : ' ' 1 Unsettled Weather. ChIcAgo, -Illinois, March - 11 A now storm prevails to-day throughout . the lakecountry, extending from tows to central Ohio. A furious gale pre vails in this city. . Locomotive Explodes, UAzzvroW Pn'Marctr- ll. Fdflr men were killed and eight injured by the explosion of a locomotive on the Delaware, Susquehanna & Schuylkill road, at this place, this Afternoon. Cohan Indicted.- Kew York? N. Y., March ll. Six prominent Cubans who were con nected with the steamer "Bermuda," on her expedition, have been' indicted for a violation of the neutrality laws. A Fatal Fail. Lead villi-:, Colo., March .11, Gqs Franks, night foreman in the -Midland freight yards in this city, was instantly killed at midnight, while making a coupling, he slipping on an icy track. Simply Feollsh Follower.." 1 Nov ales,-. Arizona, March It. There is no truth in the reports that followers of Santa Teresa are planning revolt in Sonora. They are simply following her as she changes location in Arizona. - Rhode Island Democrat!. , Puovspence, 11. 1., Maroh 11 The democrat!? convention baa nominated atate ticS&gXand adopted a platform relating to state affairs. The body left the selection of delegates to Chicago to Another convention. , .Damage by Earthquake. Cirr OF'MExioo,Me'xico,Maroh II. Slight eartfeQuaX68 have been of fre quent occurrence recently in Guadali jara.. Some damage has been done to churches and houses' in the State of Michoacan from the same cause. Resolution. In Doubt.- , WisHiTOTON, D,i C, .March 11. The house Cuban resolutions were forced on the calendar in the; senate to-day by the peculiar tactics of Sena tor ILosr, of Massachusetts, who. op poses them. More votes in the senate will be necessary to take . tbem up fain. - ' - Maryland Republican. ' . Baltjmoek, Md., March 11. An in formal conference of prominent Mary land republicans was held here to-day a connection with the meeting of the atate central committee, which is in session to select date for the stale convention to choose delegates to the St. Louis convention. It has already been decided that the representatives pi eaeb congressional district shall m. ect their own delegates. to the national coayantioq',' ..and that Sen a tor-elect Wellington and" Hon. James A. Gary hall be the delegates-at-large. -fedicted fee Perjury. 'V AJ-buquerqde, N. M., March 11. The Territorial grand jury, yesterday, returned a true bill . against Ellen L. fjockhart.tha charge being perjury. The Indictment bears the names of J. Q. IV ills. J. A. Johnson and Hub Leeds, as vrltoesses before the grand jury. This charge - arises out of the celebrated Washington" mine cage, Henry Lock, tvrt. plaintiff, r. Leeds tt al. The In .Raiment charges the' accused with tCelocioui!y, willfully, corruptly and lalsely swearing to collusion Between parties in the suit, and fills, about a .dozen pages., typewritten. ' Summons rer iesud and placed in the hands of Sheriff hutbell, requiring accaseg to $juwr to tle charge preferred ALLISON BNTERQO. H!f Nam Formally PrM.ntMl Prudential Candidate To-day. Dks Moinks, Iowa, Maroh 11 The republicans of Iowa, in convention sembied. to-dty, formally presented to the nation the name of Ihelr favorite sou, Senator William B. Allison, as (be candidate of the Htwkeye stale for the highest ofli e within the gift of the American people. There were 1,14 delegates In the convention, which was oalled to order a few minutes after 11 o'clock, by Hon. II. G. MoMillan, chairman of the state central commit tee. But three times that number ol active workers coming from evert county In the stats have been attract ed here by the supreme Imp jrtance of the gethc.-""?. .. .' ' ,u - r -. lu rcoordaace with the recommenda tion cf the atate oommlttee, the oon- gress'onal conventions tor the election of delegates and alternates were held between S and 10 o'clock this morning, in the committee rooms of the eapltol, and in t every case the delegates selected were instructed to vote for Senate r Allison, so long as there was a possibility for his nomination." Cna rman McMillan lost no time tn oalling the convention' to order, or in ntrocucinir Congressman J. r. Doi- llver, who had been selected as tern porary chairman, ana wno maae tue journty from Washington for the pur pose cf accepting the honor bestowed upon bim. Ilia speech occupied the greater part of an hour in delivery. bnthuslastio applause punctuated the prinoipal features of Congressman Dolmer's aldress, and at its conclu sion he was given an ovation, the dele gates liaing and cheering for a couple of minutes. A brief recess was then taken to enable the oommlttee to meet and reiort. ?. : This afternoon the convention win adopt its platform, presenting Senator Allison to the country, ana elect four delegates an 1 four alternatea-at-large to represent Iowa in the national con vention, to be ' held at St. Louis on June 16th. . !..- "-'' The Lit of the Last Apportionment ol Kaunas K. , i Expire Te-Morraw. , TorEKA, Kaa. March 11. The five years ilnos the last apportionment of Kansas was made . will expire to- morrow, and as there is a provision in the stale constitution requiring the leg islature to re-apportion the state every five years,. it is asserted in some quar ter that Governor Morrill baa violated the constitution in failing to call an extra session for this purpose. 'The governor has persisted in bis refusal to call am extra session, in spite of the urgings and threats of certain legisla tors. :- . ,C... tfw propose"! Sffffietlnie aiub by those favoring an extra session that five members of the legislature should as sert their prerogative and order a call of the house.. The scheme .was aban doned by its projectors, however, after they had consulted the law of the con stitution. The next session will con vene in January, 1897. Q. A. R. VETERANS. . Their Annual Encampment In Pi-ogrea at Mlnneapolla, To-Day, - , Minneapolis, Minn , March 11. The city is gay with stars and stripes to-day in honor of the G. A. K. veter ans, whose annual encampment ia in progress. It is the most largely at tended encampment in recent years, every oounty in the state being repre sented. The annual parade took place this afternoon, and . was reviewed by Gov. Clough, Commander-in-Chief Walker and other special guests. There is some talk of passing reso lutions at to-morrow night's camp fire at the exposition building commend ing the action of Commander-in-Chief Walker in disapproving of the pro posed parade of the Blue and Gray in New York City, July 4th, but a major ity of tho veterans are in favor of tak. ing no action in the matter. , V The Rank oi Lieutenant Oeneral. " ' " Boston, Mass.', March 11 An or ganized effort will soon be launched by two of the most . prominent religious and temperance societijlof . the coun try to have congress bestiJwMipon Gen eral O. O. Hpward, retired,1 the rank of lieutenant- general, in recognition of bis distinguished serviees. The move ment on the part of these societies is intended as a testimonial. to General Howard's life-long aotlvTly, -in the cause of temperance. Thel movement is said to have the support Of the Ep worth League, the Christiao Endeavor society and the Baptist Young People's Union.: , ' ; t,..., S. A. Clements, proprietor ot the Kew Mexico planing mill, has Just received an assorted itock of building materials of all kinds and styles, which be offers for sal at prices, to suit the times. ' He keep on band alway native and redwood lumbar, and (single., and gives special attention to builder, and contractor in want of luilditg materials. Corner Seventh and Jack sot .tresis, East Las Vega. Good. 4eiivarkd free ot charge la the olty, 105-M FirstCiass Life Insurance Cots N(Olofe thail Seiiid or Third Class, Comparative Results of the Three Large Life Insurance Companies, as shown by their respective; VBooks of Illustrations" for the year 1895. io Premiums. 20 Year Class Com panic Asset. January irt, 1. J Mutual Lifs. Kew York $234,638,784 2. I Enaitabla. Rev York . 3. Kew York Lifs IS2M77I 'EZlli:: KENRICK'S FUNERAL The Chief Opponent of . ' Papal Infallibility Laid at Rest . in St. Louis. DUBUQUE CITY OFFICERS Bank Robbers at German! own, 0. Neatly Succeed is Getting Ills Booty. THE KOKOMO, IND., WAY -St. Louis, Mb., Marotf I WAI)" that; is mortal of the lata Archbl'hop Ken riot, whose name Will go down Into history as the . obUf American oppo tint of the doctrine of papal infalli bility, was oooHiicned to mother earth, to-day. The funeral ceremonies, which preceded the interment, took plice In the cathedral, wbioh was elaborately draped with' emblems of mourning Admlsiion was by ticket, exsept in tiit galleries, and the spacious ediilje was crowded to suffocation in every sec Hon.' " -'-'-'. '.: . " ;,...'. . The lying in state, whlob commenc ed on Mondiy morning, was ecntiaued until 7 a. m., when the. doors. Were closed on ths hundreds still awaiting entrance in order : that the remaios mieht be prepared tor the journey tc the - tomb. . Precisely at 7 o'clock. servioes commenced with ths neoiiatiuii of the offioes for the dead by 200 priests, and who, robed ia full vest-. meats, occupied stations within the ohanoel. After the entrance of the oQlaialing prelates and divine, the celebration - of solemn requiem mass was at once inaugurated. : Cardin ) Gibbons occupied the throne to the right of the altar, while the opposite throne, which had been reserve! for Satolll, was unoooupied. The ponti fical high mass requiem was chanted by Archbishop Kane, assisted by the attending priests and choir, and the sermon, which was preached by Arch bisbop Byan, of Philadelphia waa at, elegant' panegyric apoa the lite and la bors of the deceased.-- - The interment was in the lot at tbf Calvary cemetery -. reserved for ttit priests of the diocese, u is custom arj to inter prelates in the vaults of tb See Cathedral, and wheo the new ca thedral at Newstead and Lindoll ave nues has been completed, Ibe casket will be disinterred and placed in thi vault. . Paid Themelve. Dcbuql'e, Iowa, March II. Tht- mayor and eight aldermen, of '.his city, are on. trial here charged with having illegally voted themselves an increase of salary while in office. Quickly Don. , ; - Kokomo," Ind., March 11. Mrs. Olive Smith secured a divorce and wss re-married, inside of three -minute at this place, this morning. ShJ had had three names in that period of time.' , ;. Nearly la Reach. ; , Geumantown, O., March 11 Burglars wore checked in a building occupied by the First natioaal bink, this morning, while engage! in blow, ing open the vault and using an ex ceasive-quantity ot gian' -powder. Seventy thousand dollars : and other valuable dontents were left unhtrraed O.S. ROGERS, Practical Horse-Shoer, ! LAS VEGAS, N. M.J - Roa; 7, 8 and 9 Bridge at r jet, west end ot . : Driage. .. . Special attention, given to brand-. ing irons, and general blacksmith ing and woodwork. All work promptly 4on and satisfaction guaranteed. " ' - - ; f B. C. PITTENGER & CO. GTEAM LAUNDRY. Goods' called for and delivered.. . ATER HITE The BBST For TheLaundry. Distribution. Age, 35 i tSe.a I Annual I t?ISR'-S5Si .Total f' Cash Value SOAP I'ald-Up Insurance 4C175 13,503 : 175 3,P : 4,553 V;z Ult izzr h., Highest of all in Leavening Power. La test, U. S. Gov't, Report i(0))S6 THE AliMtGHTY SILVER POLLAIt ' ; "Written for Thb Optio. ) AlmlKhty stlTer dollar I Thou dollar of our dadi, Whv bast thou rone and lertu;kndw't not lihou, that,'Wlthoucd In our breeohei l lire' a burden bard to be oorner - . Eeturn, tliou mluhtr dollfr, tor the our ljort dtli yearn. ,;:. , 'WftS thee, Soffee, iugrrf molasses and rlca. Sardine, (obtera, oater and other tnlng o nice; Deviled ham, potted tongue and freah ranch ags: CorneJ beef, pepper, cabbage, spice and now Into ( ur larder; and make -cor heart so glad, Tliou treat big silver do'lar. the dollar of , our dad, .. -t ',".'' ' .: "". .;:": . . ,W. H. Y. NOT. SotouRO, New Mexico. , "Z Thomas Judge, agent for -the B. & M. railroad at Nurthampton," Mass.; Tho uss McLean, boot and shoe deal er, of Iloiyoke,-Mass v and" Mrs "J, II Smith, proprietor of the Hall hotel of Hohike, artived in Magdaleua. They are 'old friends of O. F. Graves, down there. ""'':';; " Chamberlain, ooe of the Socorro Jail-break)-r, sent in word to Sooorro that he was co.;.ir)g in to'giya himself up to the authorities, and be arrived la that ! city: later, acoonipaaied by half a dozen persons, -v-.j-i';.--' "-.' :v;-a The wood and coal shed at the court boute, at Socorro, was found to be on fire.- The , hose company responded promptly and overcamo the fltrnas be fore muon damage bad been done.' Ihere was a quiet home wedding in Eddy, when r.ffu, daughter of Mr. and Urs. William L".ck, plighted ber life Dd happiness with Thorn is Cowdan, jf Midland, Texas.. a ; , 1 1 i -, i T. J. McCuiston has been very sick with pneumonia, down at Magdalena, but is gradually improving-. Change ol Hour. .: As the morning mail from the east ar rives nearly an hour latt-r than heretofore, the general delivery windows of tha east ilde- postofHce cannot be opened, before S:S0a. tn.,. every day bat Bunday, when h windows will be open from 4 to 5 p. m. Oko. T. Gould, P. M. Smokeless and black . powder - loaded W-t bells at H. G. Coors.' LAS VEGAS Ligll aii Fnel Co. -i .... ,: - :"- vr. f . '(3appIy-- "A light, so bright, ? That he who runs May read." And at a price that will compare favorably with kerosene or '.other primitive means of illumination. .; Cajl or address office, Tain mo Onera lloiise. r S. PATTY . . Ilaridles the Only Steel Hasp Stores " ; . ' IN THE MARKET.' '": PluiTibing ! Tinning. A.T. ROGERS, LATE Ot ROGERS BKOB.) Practical Horseshoer, General Blaocsmlthlng, Wagon and . Carriage Repairing, - neatly and - (' i a .: i".- promptly done Kciilr o cicl vo ' Opposite Browne & Hansanare Co., -EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. A. C SCHMIDT . Manufacturer of ' And. dealer hi Hnavy .-. HnrdwarO; Every kind of wagoa niaterlal en hand Uorsesaoetn and repairing a s Grand and lumanarea Avaoues, Vegas. Years - Amount, $5,000, Cash Value Over Cost Paid Up Over Cost Income 8,703; MS 1.02 4,a Carnages II uguuu East Us Vms, fl. I.!.' I I . A ;v. -Fl .,' ,t y- .ftOME ESTKRWUSK.;'-:' Frotrt tb Pueblo CWeftiin.' v "'- '"' Citizens of Lis Vegas are making large ubscrfpMona .lor the estsblish ment of a'woolen mill.- This is enter prise:. 'tIt socms strange that the west shquld send its wool across tho plains and then bring blaukets from the east, aodlpay the freight both ways.' . At a meeting of business men of EddyN, Mi a few days ago; ' tl0,400 was readily , subsoribed ' to purchase stock in a bee sugar company. ; . . 6uch efforts are much. better ihan depending upon ' outside capital, sup posing it could- be obtained.- - Then thn profits that' coru.e frou) the woolen mill and. the sugar factory will stay in the communities where they originate. ,.,'41 --' -rr ;i ; : ,i Frf.ai the SaflMarcial Bee. fChe people of Las Vegas are raising a large, fund to f stabiish a woolen mill, aiVl. as usual, Tjib Oktic Is djiog the bik ot the'-work,:,x.e p -, -. , From the J.Ss Cfuces Repablicia. , , ' - Las Vegas has u woolen mill In prospect, and is now busily engaged in rauine the wherewithal - for its estab lishment. ;rf -. ;., '." ':" -- iunt received', goods tor the season: Oar. dej. tools, rubber and cotton hoie, tprlok lor,' nozzles, couplings, menders, etc.; poultry netting; and screen wire; prices suit the times, at H. O. CoorsV. . , illtf MIGUEL OF LAS Capital; Paid in . - Surplus, OlfFiOBBSl DB. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, Preaidaat,', , ,. :vv FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President. ,! -'- f D. T. HOSKTNS, Cashier. ' F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier. . 'ET. IlfTKRKST TAU OH TIMK DKPOSIT8 11 THE LAS VEGAS SAVINGS BANK. CSave your earnings by depositing them tney win Dring you an income. uvery dollar sarea, is two dollars maae." No deposits reoelTed of less than $1. " . . Interest paid on all deposits of $6 and over. " "A large and complete line of Si II i Itllb lllil libl IVIIIUl Plows and Points Kept constantly on hand, together with Qarden Hose, Wire Netting, Poultry and Fence Wire, STOVES ANB RANGES of every description.- ' Your patronage is solicited at the ' Old Town Hardware Store, . v- KF.W BUILDING, D. WINTERNITZ. LV L, nflSECJTIIflL & G 826 & 328 Railroad ' .1.-DXALKBS IH GENE R A L IVi Goods delivered free to all parts of the fore purchasing, and be convinced of our low prides. " Complete line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hani. " "Qi . A. WISE, Notary Public, -Established IpL-. , ; : P. O. HOCrSETT. . ... WISE & HOGrSETT, ; . LOANS AND REAL ESTATE, . Sixth and Douglas Ayes.i East Las Vegw, N. M. ' , Improved and Ummprored Lands and City attended to for Non-resident, non-resident. Titles examined, Bents eolleeted and Taxes paid. . --ia'iUjfc-- -.1. .HffHE weather Is too disagreeable and , I of buying Spring Goods yet. It L You are not yet ready. i Pcrhajs you have not yet decided what yo nt So? this . Our Spring Goods are khlppedj will be in. within fourteen days. Just in fj i tlme? when fine spring weather sets in. : 0 S Yon Wili Then be Ready to Buy. ffi f And we will then be ready to show you a nice a stock of SpriSg Goods i ! as you have ever seen. -; .-:-! Rbbt. L. M. Ross Real Estate . AND INSURANCE AGENT. Prices :to Suit tie Tte; , -. -'loU from $100 op i SOLE AGENT of the Hlll-slte - Town Co, addition, and the Eldo rado Town Co. lower addition. Residences." Business Properties, ' .pnns, Mortgage and Securities, Desirable Acre Properties; Faimi under Irrigation Ditches. Uffiee on 2DFL9O1,TAlME0ftRAH0UJ. LIASVECM. Douglas He, Butcher Shop. Fresh - Butterloe. cheaper and better than oreamery butter. , Leaf lard, sausage na rresn meats every aay. F. OAKLEY, : Successor to J. 8. Elflton, I, ; (JlaziDR, Paper Hancln,Etc Shop Opposite Express Office. V TELEPHONE 67. JOHN R. STILL, Contractor and Build ar. Office next door west of Tub Optic, Building. VEGAS. $100,000. J m 60,000. HENRI Gob, Prea H. W. Kellt, Vice Pres. D. T. Hoaxim, Treat. Paid up capital, $30,000. in the Las Vhoab HaviwsS Bask, where The Dandy Wind Mill. None Better, Avenue. ERG H AN D I S E oity. Call and examine onr stoo ot Property for sale. Investments made and CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. The finest line of Carriages, Buggies, W Landaus, 8a reys, Pheetons and Eoad Carts Id th Southwest, ot the beet manufacture 9 ' LUery and Feed Stables. 1 aainri u ica First National Bank, LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. JEFFERSON RAYNOLDS, President JOHN W. ZOLLARS, Vice-President. A. B. SMITH, Cashier, . F. N. SMI I'll, Assistant Cashier. ; Accounts Keceived Subject to Check, y Interest Paid on Time Deposits. East Las Vegas wholesale Raqch and Mining SupplieBi Fence Wire. Nails. Picks and Shovels. ELASTING GIANT POWDER. PLOWS, FARM TOOLS, and ail kinds of Agricultural Implements. FARM. GRASS AND GARDEN SEED. PORTLAND CEMENT, ACME CEMENT PLASTER, B aim WOOL MVER Wholesale Grocersi LAS VEGAS N. M. 1 mmmnaf r -n. .wrAtv.a . ?a. i f , .3 ...---j'.STlk (Suooessor to Coon Bros.) whouesaxk A!ro betah. dxaub m HARDWARE. LBHBSR.; SASH, Painta, Oil Cerililos Hard ' EAST LAS VEGAS, - TKLKPHOIf K Ho. B Goods delivered ALL KINDS OF Neatly and expeditiously ezeealed, and cold to think a. D p; is, too early. ; and Socorro "N. M. Grocers anisrft IE0M & BRO, DEALERS. PLAZA HOTEL I-ai Tsgsi, Kew at.sio. . only first-class house in tha Headquarters- for stockmen, A. DUVAL. In ebareeof Culsln. Denartm.nt Rataat 86o per meal ; $6 per week. Table supplied wnu eTeryiuiog too maraes anoras. MRS. S. B. DAVIS Lessees ;3 Rooms by the day for 60c to SI .00: by Jmonth,lf5to4!l!i. DOORS, BIJHIS, TAENISHES and Glass. and Soft CoaL ... . NEW MEXICO free In city. JOB PRINTING at a fair price, Bt The Optic office. A. Corcoran, Dealer la Ccrrillos Hard and Soft Blossburg Coal. Etc. Corner of Twelfth and Lloooln Streeta. Telephone 47. r.:co wait, Lata of Topeva, -Kansas, FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER Reasocable'rrlcea. 912 Prince St.