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! ..QUICK. To ail advertisers Who oi. DCTIinilO Tbe column, ot t.M fx. .k't . -.-w"w"" io an naviruseri Who nut RETIIBMQ Tbo columns of ntiunno im u,tIC. Ilk I UIIJ14 VOL XVII. EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 2U,r180G. NO. 174 .La Tiik Optic. 0 c: v. CLEVELAND CRUMBS The President Wants McKinely Nominated and Tariff to be . the Issue. ."A CUB4N AMERICAN FAIR The President Cannot Furnish Information Called for by Morgan Itesolntion. TO .IMPEACH CLEVELAND Annual Convention of (he Initial Odd Fellows', Organization of (he World. FOUL BANK CONSPIRACY Washington, D. C, May 23 It is said that President Cleveland fa vors tbe nomination of MoKlnley at tb St. Louis cooveniioD, for tbe reason tbat be wants the campaign fought out on tariff lines. . ' In Financial Straits. - Kkw YoitK, May 23. The well knon theatrical combination of Abbey, Schoffeld & Grau is in financial straits. Mr. Abbey is seriously ill. " A Steamer Accident. " ' ? Alpena, Mich., May 23 The steamer, "llboda Stewart," 'blew out a flue of her boiler and is sinking. It is thought that three of her crew have been fatally hurt. Costly Fire. . . ' SisTEKvn.i.K, W. Va , May 23. A disastrous fire destroyed $50,000 worth of properly at this place. It started in a restaurant. The whole town was threatened for a spell. Left For the Front. Hatanna, Cuba, May 23 General Wey ley has left for the front . It is be lieved that bis departure ind.cates that fen important move on tbo part of the Spanish is about to occur. Desperate Conflict. .' ' Eome, Italy, May 23. A desperate cot il ict between striking straw plaiters and carbineers look place at Florence. A number of tbe latter were wounded. A detachment of infantry was. called out to disperse the mob. . , Provisions Running Short. i' TasdIa. Cuba, May 23 Since May 17th, 1,300 men in tbe garrison at 1 Vainous, have been besieged by over 2,000 insurgents. Tho besieged troops .have food for only two days more. . (A Bank Conspiracy. i Denver, Colo., May 23. E. O. Mi! ler, who is charged with embezzlement in connection with the defunct Mer 'can'tile batik, and who was arrested in 'CtloBgp, .arrived here, to-day, in charge 'of officers. Ha said that Pres ident lnw, of the above bank, was un der indictment, be having conspired with Miller to beat the bank out ot 125,000. - ,. The Confederate Dead. LoLisvii.i.E, Ky., May 23. Under tbe auspices of the ladies of the con federate ' monument . association, the graves of the confederate soldieis in Cavehill cemetery will be. decorated, . to-day. The II rul offerings, and which are contributed by residents of . the city auc of the surrounding coun try, are abuudan', " Cannot, Comply. Washington, I; C, May 23 President Cleveland bas sent a ; mes ge to the senate that be sannot com. ,, mnnicate the information . asked by (Senator Morgan tn bis resolution re garding the Cuban situation', la tbe house, wben Congressman Howard, tbe populist member from Alabama, introduced a resolution, impeaching Cleveland, for high crimes and mis demeanors, it was promptly suppressed. r , The Baptists. . AsBLitr Tahk, N J . May 23. To alay'si session of the Baptist anniversar ins was devoted to the interests of the Women's foreign missionary society, full consideration being given to tbe reports of special o mmittees, and one hour being given to the young' people of tbe society. Tbe sermons to be de livered to-morrow morning, afternoon and evening in tbe spacious auditorium, will hava special reference o the work of each organization whose anniver sary has been celebrated, Cuban-American Fair. - New York, N. Y., ' May 23 A regiment of active senoras'and senori tae are busy to-day giving the finishing touches to the Cuban-American fair, in aid of the revolutionary fund, and which will be opened in , Madison square garden on Monday. General Manager Chassand, President Fidel G. Fierra and Secretaries Castillo and Navarro are flying here, there and evervwhere. The subsoripUorj book. avhich were sent all over the country. Are being returned with liberal con. Unbuttons inscribed on their pages tijtatfs as far distant as Texas and -Colorado figure in the subscription list ...' ' Aiteinst Vivisection. London, England, May 2S The crnsade aginnst vivisection which, dur - log tbe pint live or tix months, has gathered much strength throughout England, afcd t nlistcd tbe active sup port of many persocs cf prominence, culminated in a monster reception at . fit. Mav'.m's town hail to-day, tho oc Aiasi'in being the celebration 'of tbe : twenty sixth anniversary of th found a tion of the lotertati jnal nnti vivisec tion toiety, hq ottrioizjtion with a inembeubip on both sides cf tbe At Jamie. Lord Coleridge presided, and uddrefses were made by a number ot minent humanitarians and otbets in 4reited in the morcuent. THE PROHIBITIONISTS. V.rlou. CommitlMS Assirabllng In Pittsburg ' for. Political Conference. riTTSiiuna, I'., May 23. Delegates are beginning to arrive for tbe confer ence of political reformers, whiob is to preoede tbe national propiDinon con vention. which opens On Monday This conference will agree upon a plat form to be submitted to tbe delegates of tbe cold-water army, through which it is expected to form a coalition of re form elements. Pm-SBi-ua. Pa , May 23. The tari ous committers having in charge the arrangements for the national prohibt lion convention have praotloally com pleted their labois, and everything is in readiness for Ibe arrival of the ad vance guard of cold-water advocates which is expected to put In an appear ance within a day or two; Tbe first contest of the conveution will be over the eloction of a temporary chairman between the broad and narrow gnage factions of the party. Tbo former are lighting for the seleo'ion of C. E, Bent lev. of Nebraska, who is also men tioned as the probable candidate of tbe broad-guegers fir the presiaentia nomination. Tbe narrow-guage peo pie will urge Joshua Levering, the Maryland prohibitionist, fur the chair manship, and ho is also generally re carded as the choice of tbe eastern states prohibitionists for tbe presidency Tbe rooms wblob have been reserved for tbe delegations indicate tbat the attendance will be op to all expects lions. ' : ' 1 ' i Dol ics at Moscow. . Moscow, May' 23. To-day'a pro gram of tbe ante-coronation ceremonies was confined to, tbe proclamation by heralds of the date of tbe main event, This afternoon all the newspaper oor respondents, to a total of nearly 400, were tendered a ; reception : and ban quet In behalf of the czar and czarina No less than eighteen princes and other dignitarioa figured on the recep tion committer. Each country repre sented was toasted in wines whose age antedated tbe oldest ct the partici pants, and as a , finale the czar and czarina were toasted in bumpers. The Exposition Doubtful. ' ' Montreal, Q iebeo May 23. The celebration of tbe queen's birthday in this city to-morrow will not be marked by tho opening of the British empire exposition, wtfs originally fcbedoled, and His txojedingly doubtful if the citizens of Montreal wil) see (to build ings of an international exposition erected in Mount lioyal park for a long time to eonie. iog.to various clr? enmstances which? combined to ob struct the plans of Us projectors, tbe! exposition hes been all but abandoned, though the plans were matured and ex tensive preparations already In pro gress for making the display the grand est affair the dominion bsd ever seen. ! Manchester Odd Fellows London, England May 23 One thousand delegates, representing all parts of the United Kingdom, the Aus tralian colonies and the British pos sessions elsewhere, arrived at Bristol, to-day, to lake part in the manual con vention of tbe Manchester i TOciety of Odd Fellows, the parent of tbe Inde pendent Order of Odd Ffllows of the United States, and the initial Odd Fel lows' organization of the world, i With tbcm are between 3,000 and 4,000 of the present and past officials of the or der, who will be entitled tt seats in the convention, but not to votes.; The oody will be .called to order on Mon day, in Colston ball, which bas a seat ing capacity of 10,000, and tbe session will cover from one to two weeks. Notice is hereby sriven that any person or persons holding Certificates, Vouchers, or any other evidence of indebtedness against tbe County of Ban Miguel, otner than bonded indebtedness, are hereby noti fied and required to present same for reg istration at tbe County Clerks ofhpe, of said county, within tbe next thirty days from this date; anyone failing to bave their respective accounts registered, personally, or througn tneir agenc or Biiumey, pi hereby notified tbat their claims, aner mai ate, will not be recoenizea oy mis poaru TJy order of tbe Board, ! FraN'co C. ie Baca, Chairman. Attest: Patbicio Gonzales, Clerk. . Las Vbqas, N. M., May 1st, low. . OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. ; John Shank, President. K. U. M. Boss, vjce-i'restaent. J, E. Moore, Sec'yand Trees. . V.H. Jameson, Manager L. G. Jameson. THE" V ;!" ; Lis Veps TeiiiB ' Co. Cor. Man anares and Lincoln Avef. East Las Vegas, N. M. Electric Door Bells, Burglai Alarms and Privcte Telephones pu in at reasonable rates. A. T. ROGERS, . .. LATE 07 ROGERS BB.OP. Practical Horseshoer, General BlaonsmlthlnK, Wagon and . Carriage Repairing, aeatiy and ; promptly done Ktnilro cxcl Ave , Opposite Browne ft Hanzanarea Co., EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. I III IM!! Ward Block, Railroad Ave., Mrs. Wm. Goin, Prop. Tallies Strved With EVERYTHIH6 IHt SEASON AFFORDS, Cooked and Served in the Highest Order, Meals, 2do. Board by week, f5. A trial will convince you of tbe merit, of THE MODEL REUTAURAMT. pfcnsoNAL penci Lings, Tom Walton is over from Mora, i J. Y. I.ujan hss been in town- from Ban Igo.oio, to-dty, j N. C. do Sara and wire drov.out to Porvnlr,to-day. . '. El Max Goldenberg vults tbe Vegosa pa. turei, to-morrow. C. W. Daniel I. la Mora for a few days, visiting bi. parent. Miss Fry bas arrived at tbe Las Vega. railroad hospital from Topeia. C. U. fiakr, tbe Casualty man, came In from up the road, last evening. - J. P. Butterly. a Diinlos man, went through for Cerrlllos, last evening. Bishop 1. Mill. Kendrlck was a welcome and affable caller at thl. ofBoe, to-day. Pedro Gonzales, tbe cattleman from the southern country, Is In the olty, to-day. ' Bernard Relnken and Isaac Grab, Br, Lou I drummers, went south, last evening, Max Nordbau. and Mi. Belle Ilfold took Orst-otasi passage for Santa Fe, last even log. C. K. Bloom is back from a cattle-pur chasing trip, up in the vicinity of Wat- roos. Mrs. Chief Justloe Smith and slater, Miss Gains., have gone over to Banta Fe for few day. Billy Hurt is over from Santa Fa to so oept a position with tbe Atchison com pany here. Samuel H. Elktns and family were pas sengers for Cerrlllos, from Columbia, Mo. last evening. Mrs. F. G. Erb, wife of the station agent at Chapelle, took last evening's belated train for home. B. M. Asbenfelter, tbo attorney, now of Colorado Springs, ts in town from the lower country, to-day. Messrs. Knapp and Mark and Misses Etta and Margaret Head, are In tbe city from Watroui, to-day. ' - . Judge L. Bradford Prince, tbe sliver toogued orator on the whits motal, is over from Santa Fe, to-day. P. W. Glenn, ot White Oak., left for Westchester, Va., this morning, where be will join bis future wife. Mr.. Rafael Lopes, mother of Ignacio Lopez, is over from Santa Fe, on a visit to tbe sick members of tbe latter's family. David Hosenwald, of Albuquerque, wbo topped off in tbe city, yesterday, to visit relatives, resumed bis home trip, last even ing. Miss Juliet Cochran is at borne from Mexico, Mo., where sbe his been attend ing tbe Hardin fomale college for tbo past year. 4' '' Jodge H. L. Waldo went over to Santa Fe, task sight; Ralph E. Twitcbell ij in re turn from Ibat place, : where be gained a Ignal victory in ccurt. R. C. Oldbnm, Pierce Murphy, Enoch Rogers and William Walsom started for Hematite, overland, this morning, tbe lat ter in the interests of Dr. Milllgan. r J.Y. Lojan. Ban Ignacio; F. Gregory, Boston ; W, G. Cbeney and wife, Los An geles; J. G. Durdad, Cincinnati; John Mark and Sbeppard Enapp, Jr., Watrous, are among tbe most recent arrivals at tbe Plan hotel. , A. C. Heltyell, Denvor; J. Preeinan, Kansas Cito; Burt Allison, Hutchinson, Kansas; Frank C. Brown, New York; L. BradfordlPrlnce,-Santa Fe; B. M. Asben felter, Colorado Bprlugs; J. G. Dsrdun, Cincinnati, Ojio, are registered at tbe Depot hotel. . Ptiaiity af Invention. New roMM. Y.. Mar- 23 A re- cent dispatch frojn Washington Btated that tbe board of excarmnere in. chief in the patent cilije bad rendered an im portant decision awarding priority of invention on n type netting and line oasting machine to Joseph C. Fowler, over Philip T. Dodge, president of tbe Mergentbaler company. Mr. uodge states that tbe adverse decision was In regard to an experimental machine essentially different in all details from the linotype. The Lyons house is now run tn first class crder, and ia tbe best boarding bouse in town foi the price as.jcd, !86tf. . Go to CR1TES " FOR Bargains in Furniture, And Household Goods of all kinds. Next door to P. O.. East Las Vegas, Now located on Sixth street, two doors north of the Posfoffioe, TMiiipfluPliiiiii A Specialty. v Tbe Finest Line of '.'.' Stoves and Steel Ranges In the City, . Heating apparatus, heavy sheet Iron work, etc.. contracted for at tbe bottom price. Let ns figure on yonr work. S. PATTY Handles the Only . Steel Range Stoyes IN THE MARKET. Plumbing TjnnWt Second HaiQ Store . . mm. Highest of all in Leavening .... -r . ;. ,; U a: V . ' L'nl tartan Congtvsst Boston, Mass., May 29. Tbe an nual national Unitarian congress opens here to-morrow with sermons in the churches of tbat denomination. Tho business sessions oommence on Monday and will last a week. A large number of delegates from tbe middle and west ern states arrived to-day. f Parade on W heels i Chicago, Illinois, May ,28 If tbe present plans of Chicago's cyclists are carried out, to morrow' will witness tbe largest parado of wheelmen and wbeelwomen that has eve? been seen in this or any other city. It will be tbe annual union run ot the associated cycling clubs and if tbe skies be fair, there will probably be no less than 10,000 lovers of the wbeel In line. JPECULJfOTICES FOU SALE. At Watrous, N. U., V head of good real Una; steers. For price and other nartloulars. -write to Ed Wood- 1. . . it m 1 njBtmi.a V M.16Hml DON'T PAT RKNT-iOO cash and fs a month for seventy mouths, will pay for a tnreo-rooni res ncnoe. who Kooa vara and (rood neighborhood ; centrally located. Kesiuence iota nve years nine. H9tf J. H. Teitlebavm. TTIOR RKNT Furnished rooms, convenient jj to oorn towns; centrally 'located, in quire at The Optic office. U1 tf THEO SCHUERMANN, and everything of thU class. Rubber Stamps Manufactured, and Guns keot in stcck. tii Rent. Sporting, aftfla-3Lull line of Bicycle Supplies. Shop on Center Street, next door to .Mon tezuma Restaurant. Lawn Mowers Sharpened. HCENIX MEAT MARKET, J. S, Dillon, Prop. Dealer in all kinds ot FRESH MEATS, HAMS AND BACON, Fish, Game and Poultry in Season. ORDERS SOLICITED. THE LATEST STYLES . - ..' IN-1 , Fine Millinery, Are being shown by MRS.L.HOLUNWACER, Prices are always as low as is consistent with the work dhue. . Ladies are invited to call and examine. A Dress-Making Department, making a specialty of line work, is In charge of Wan Hanlon. Oate of Bullene, Moore & Emory, of Kansas City) an adept in tbe art of cutting, fitting and do ing fine work. Tbe patronage of tbe tadios is solicited. All work guaranteed. Trices from $5.00 up. Douglas Ave. But cher Shop. ' Fresh Butterine, cheaper aod-better than Creamery butter. Lea lard, Sausage and Fresh Meats every day. . . THE LAS VEGAS Street Railway JOHN SHANK, Manager. - Cars every fifteen minutes, from 8. a. m. to 8 p. m. ' 300 tickets for $5.00 100 ticket, for 18.50 ... r 95 tickets for tl.00 O. S. ROGERS, Practical Horse-Shoer, : LAS VEGAS, N. M.I No. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge stroet, west end ' . bridge. ' Special attention given to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith injj and "woodwork. . All work promptly done . and satisfaction guaranteed. an"ii"iHBf!BSSTn ABST BEER, a JOE HAETNER, At.' The world's famous Pabst Keg Beer is now on tap. at the. following placos, at 5c per glass: PACE & BELL, , QUINLY & BENJAMIN, I P. SAVILLE, RALPH OLDUM CI ARK & FORSYTHE, W. S. STANDISH. Repairer of Guns, Locks, Bicycles m A Power, Latest NU. S. Gov't Report "- ' '.-!.' BCSIltKSS POINTERS. Walter Dearden, Trinidad, Colo. aasayer and chemist (187-K ' i - 1 Wall paper and, picture monldipgs, all new 1890 patterns, at H. G. Ooors' 1 136tf Tbe new building on Bridge' street can now ne rented for balls, entertainments, meetings, etc., at reasonable rates. In quire at tbe hardware store of D. Winter nitz. 160-tf Your Stomach. - Disease elsewhere cannot be conquered if your stomach does not do its work well. Macbeth mineral water is a certain cure i or inaigesiion ana otner disorders of the stomach, liegln in tbe proper manner to duiiu up your system oy drinking Macbeth water, rresu rrom tbe well every morning. At Roth's meat market. 114-tf Hartman Is agent for Wanamaker Brown and Mills & Merrill, fine tailor made clothing. See samples at Hartman't store. . 00-tf 7 DAYS RACING June 6th to 13th, Inclusive. " OVERLAND PARK Club Association, of Denver, . TBOTriSG, PACING, KUNNIKG and BICYCLE RACKS KACH DAY For iLfcruation cjd.ess, : CHA5. a. GOODMAN, Secretary, Boston Bui!dlng, DKNVHK. COLO. ltW dAwlm SI mm1 NATIONAL BANK, OF LAS Capital Paid in Surplus. ; OFF10KR3I DR. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, president, 1. . FRANK SPRINGER, Vioe-President. D. T. HOSKIN3, Cashier. , F. B. JANUART, Assistant Cashier. t3T rNTKRKST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS ! JE . THE LAS VEGAS SAVINGS BANK. Paid up capital, $30,000. tSTSare yonr earning, by depositing them in the Las Vhoas Bavikos Bask, where they will bring yon an Income. ' Every dollar saved, 1. two dollar, made." Ho deposits reoelved of less than $1. ' Interest paid on all deposit, of $5 and over. A large and complete line of Plows and Points Kept constantly on hand, together with Garden Hose, Wire Netting, Poultry and Fence Wire. STOVES AND FAMES ' of every description, i , Your patronage is solicited at the Old Town Hardware Store, NEW BTJILDIKG, ! D. WINTERNITZ. 326 & 323 Railroad Avenue. . ; -i " DXALKBS IM .. , - . GENERAL 1YIERGHANDISE Ranoh Supplies q peolalty Goods delivered free to all parts of the oity. Call and examine oar stoac ot fore purchasing, and be ionvinced of our low prices. I Complete line of Cartridges and A. A. WISE, Notary Public Established 1881. if : P. C. HOGSETT. WISE & HOQSETT, LOANS AND REAL ESTATE, ' Sixth and Douglas Aves., East Las Vegts, N. M. . j Improved and Unlmnroved Lands and City Property for sale. Investments made and attended to for Non-residents. Titles examined, Rents collected and Taxes paid. ROSENWALD' 'S,t South Sldo Plaza. i A Beautiful Line of- Imported Hand Made Silk Lace Collars, and' Linen Laces.,,.;.,., v',--. ' rjoXiiv A3vr sue?' rai?M. Robt. L. M. Ross Real Estate AND INSURANCE AGENT. Prices to Sait - - n . Lots from $100 up SOLE AGENT of the - Hill-site Town Co. addition, and the Eldo rado Town Co. lower addition. Residences; Business Properties, Loans, Mortgages and Securities Desirable Aere Fropertle.; Faims under ttrigatlon Ditches. UDlce on 20 FL20. TAtME OPERA II0U3E, I. LAS VE0AS, F. OAKLEY, ' Successor to J. S. Blston, , Hhh ii Sip PaMi Glazing, Paper lianglng,tc. Shop Opposite Express OiEce, TELEPHONE B7. - JOHN HILL, CONTRACTOR ail BUILDSS Manaf acturer of Sash and Doors, Mouldings, i , Scroll Sawing, . Surfacing and Matchin6 Planine Mill and Office Corner ef Blanobard street an Grand avenue. BAST LAS VEGA - NKW HEX VEGAS. $100,000. 50,000. Henrt Goes, Pres H. W. Kellt, Vioe Pres. D. T. Hoskinb, Trees. The Dandy Wind Mill.- None Better. Ammunition always on hand. .. i CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. The finest line of Carriages, Baggie.. Landaus. Suirevs. Fhaotons and Road Cart. In th 1 Southwest, ot the best manufacture Livery and Feed Stables, RIDTf STRtET, USVfCM . . jus . i J RECEIVED! VIM LXm ' First National Bank, LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. JEFFERSON RATNOLDS, president ''. JOHN W. ZOLLARS, Vice-President. A. B. SMH, pashler. Accounts Received Subject to Check. " Interest Paid on Time Deposits. r East Las Vegas and Socorro. N. M. Wtiolesaie Grocers, Wool, Hides and Pelfe Raqch and Mining Supplies, Fence Wire, Nails, Picks and Shovels. BLASTING I GIANT POWDER. p am B iaU Bf k and all kinds of Agricultural Implements. FARM. GRASS AND GARDEN SEED. PORTLAND CEMENT, - ACME CEMENT PLASTER, BAIN WAGOISTS. wimmnmim 3" Gr ssbbBssi Vswn a (Saooessotto Coors Bros.) j WBOLB8AIJI AMD BBTAIL DUUB W HABMABE, LUIBIB, SASH. DOORS, BIJHBS, ?AEISIES Paints, Oila and Glass. Cerrillois Hard and Soft CoaL EAST LAS VEGAS, TEM1PEOHE No. 58 Good, delivered V 4 lew Mexico Planing Mill Has Just Received an Assorted Stock of BUILDING MATERIALS Of all Kinds and Styles, Which he offers for sale at prices to suit the times. He keeps on hand always, native and redwood lumber, and shingles, and. gives special at tention to builders and contractors, in want of building materials. Goods delivered free of charge, in the city. ' Corner Seventh and Jackson Btreets, East Las Vegas. ' . . . ( ' ; ' TKLEPHONK 69. NO TROUBLE To Show Our Goods. II Cffi ip, 1 niifti 1 uun PLAZA HOTEL Ias Teca., New Mestea. only first-class house in the Headquarters for stockmen, The city. A. DUVAL, In chareeof Cuisine Department. Rate.i 860 per meal ; $6 per week. Table, supplied with everything the market affords. MRS. S. B. DAVIS " Lessee: Boom, by the day for 60c to $1.00: bv 'month, $8 to $12. - trf In city. NEW MEXICO OIaEMEHWB, Proprietor of the A. C. SCHMIDT Manatactarer of faions.vOarriaies, And dealer In Honvy . HnrdwsrQ, Every kind of wagon material on hand Horseshoeing and repairing a specialty Brand and Man r ana res Avenues, East La Veaas. . L1BS .WAiT. Late of Tc.pe.-a, Knoscs, FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER Eeasonable Prices. $12 Frince St.