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Las Y&gam Oaiot Are given To all advertisers Who mi The column! of F ICo ..QUICK.. re Riven $ all ad v rtlnfra A RETURNS A Who ui r Tin Oroo. RCTIICMO The column, of 0 llkl UlkllU TlIK Ol'TIO. VOL XVII. EAST LAS VIJGAS, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 25, 1890. NO. 1 75 O WIND AND WEATHER Great Damage Done Throughou Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Wis consin and Elsewhere. SUPREME COURT DECISION Two Well-Known Society Young; Ladies of Lacygne, Kans., Drowned While Boating. COOK COUNTY DEMOCRACY CmcAOO, III.; May : 26. -Serious storms bdU clond bursts have extended over 100 miles in toutheiu Wisconsin Iowa, llliucs and Indiana. From two to ten inches of rain fell in ten hours In the suburbs of Chicago a number of nouses were unroofed and the city eel lars were flooded, doing great damage IJHS Moists, Iowa, , May 24. Twenty-threo persons are reported dead as the result of a cyclone in the northern part cf ihe state. The towns .f Duratit, Valencia, Santiego, Iowa, are praeiicnlly lo- rmcs. Elmo,; Iowa, fcunereui gieat damage. House , are unroofed and the town is almost a lake from the cj clone and cloudbursts.' Indianapolis, Ind., May 25. Dam- eging wind has prevailed here, with two inches of rainfall, and the lower parts are Hooded. Ei.ow, III., May 25. In a tornado here, Juhn Keogb, engineer' at the in fsna asylum, was killed by u falling uummcy. 1 ue Jilgin sewing mtohine and bidyele faotury was blown, dawn. Boston, Mass., May 25 A three rnasicd schooner collided with an un known vessel in a fog to-day. Ten of the schooner's crew were drowned and the vessel was lost. I'artnfri Quarrel. ViCTOit, Colo., May 25.-rSherman Goodwin and Michael Campbell, part ners, quarreled over their property, and Goodwin fired and it is thought fatally wounded his partner. Insanity the Cute. Albion, Indiana, May 25. Edward Warner instantly killed hisbrother-in. law, Charies liadger, and mortally wounded Frank Badger. Warner is insane. He narrowly escaped lynching. A Boating Accident. Fort Scott, Kansas, May. 25. Misses Georgia Itickett and Bertha Caesidy, well known society . yonng ladies of Latygne, were drowned, to day. They were out boat riding and the boat overturned. Tbe Eve of Coronation. Moscow, May 25 Oa the eva of Toe day appointed for . the coronation of the czar, (bjs ancient city is thronged with stranger, as it has never been be fore and probably ne'ver will be again. This morniug tho czar and czarina nrocceded in slate from the Alexand. tinfky to the Grand Kremlin palacej and attended tho celebration of mass is the Cathedral of the Assumption. To-night special mass will be cele brated ui all the churches of tha em pire. Tha American visitors to the rily have been mado tho recipients of distinguished and extraordinary cour tesies, And have bean allowed a re serve paca In tho Cuthedrnl of the As sumption for the coronation set vices, to-morrow. .. A Prominent Figure. . Pittsburg, Pa., May 25. George W. Bain will be one of the prominent fig ures at the prohibition national con vention. Ha has been a total abstainer all bis life, and tbe greater part of bis life has oeeu devoted to the temper ance cause. Mr. Baiu was at one time a dry goods merchant. IIo was also a member of tho Good Templars and as biet tfiuplar of the state of Kentucky fcecame actively engaged in temper ance work. 11a is a fluent and forcible upeaker.and so successful did he become as a temperance advocate that he gave up his private business and entered tbe lecture field. He is a lecturer on other subjects as well its that of tem perance, and his eloquence always at tracts largo audiences. . He conies to the prohibition convention as a djle-gato-at largo from Kentucky. Mr. Bain is a candidate for president on tbe pro hibition ticket, and strong pressure is being brought to bear by tbe National Women's Christian Temperance Union io his behalf. The fact that he is a soutburner rosy work against bis nom ination. His home is in Lexington, Ky. y,. . . V Until Wills Probated. I'jttsbpbq. l'a., May 25 A queer situation has developed over the estate of tbe la'e John McLoney, of Wash, ington county. He left , tjvo wills) both have been protested, but io differ ent, counties, and there are two ex ecutors of different wills, with full Hod god authority. McLoney went on a visit to . bis nep.iew, David 1'. Crane, who lives near the Allrghmy county line. Wbiiuthire, on February 24th, 1894, lie made a will, leaving his entire estate to bis nephew and appointing mm executor, coon nuer r.e weni back to Washington county, where he died. Tho nephew went before Reg ister Conner, protested tbe will and look out letters tes'.amentary. Then it tianfpired that after McLoney went back to his old home he tuado another will, dated April 19:h, 1894, leaving his entire (state to bis brother and sinter, James McLoney end Margant J. JCrane. James McLoney was appointed ttecutor. This document was probated in Wa?h. Ington county and letters issued to Jivots McLoney. To-day Janus McLoney fl!d a petition with Regis'er Conner reciting the facts and giving tjoies of the two will. Jle asks that iSa letters issued to Crane be revoked ij!4 the probate of tho will filed cere ' int. elide. COOK COUNTY. Battle Royal Between the Silver and dold Wlnj. of Democracy Chicago, III., May 25. The demo cratia primaries being held to-day select delegates to the Cook county oonvoution are In the nature of a battle royal between the silver and gold wings of tbe party, though In reality the bone of contention Is not the 16 to ,1 issue, but the question of tbe control of the Cook county organization. The party machinery, wheels, gearing and all, is under, the domination, of tbe silver men to such kn extent that tbe honest money democrats, . under the leadership of Senator John M Palmer, General Black and others, entertain growing fear that they will stand little show in tbe approaching state conven tion. unless they can speedily land few body blows on the sllverites. With this end in View they have already proceeded to build up a new stats or ganizatlon to offset schemes of Altgeld, Hinrlcbsen and tbe slrrer element.) Tbe proposition to ignore to-day's primaries and -prepare to put a separate state ticket in the field with .General John C. Black as tbe candidate for governor, is growing in favor anions: tbe silver standard men and a formal declaration of war against the Cook eounty man agors is -looked forw ; Conference of Reformer.. Fittsburo, Pa.. May 25 The dele. gates to the national congress of re formers were slow in getting together in me oia city nan tuts morning, nine o'clock was the time for calling the gathering to order but at that hour only a score or so of delegates were on hand. Among those were A. M. Todd, of Kalamazoo, Michigan; J. C. Silbey, of Pennsylvania ; Professor John Klliott, of Connecticut ; Helen M. Gougar, of Lafayette, Indiana, and Jacab 8 Coxey, of Ohio. The convention Will consider tbe feasibility of direct legislation, tbe equalizing of gold, silver and paper, tbe abolition t the liquor traffic, gov ernment control o railroads, and other indred topics; and it wui aiso adopt a platform, tu be submitted to tbe prohi bition convention, which will assemble on Wednesday next. In cse this platform is acceptable to the anti liquor enthusiasts, it will probably result in a fusion of tbe two elements nnemer tne reformers will name a presidential candidate is yet an open question. At ii o'ciock the convention was called to order by the national chair man, Hon. 1. Evans, a banker of North Tonawaoda, Ntw York. The temporary , chairman had not, up to that hour, been agreed upon, Todd, of Michigan, bibley, of Pennsylvania, and Elliott, of Connecticut, each beipg favored by .certain factions of the gathering. '; . . .v. ., Supreme Court Declolone. ' Washington. May 25. The U. S. supreme court decides against the fili bustering vessel "Harsa," tbe result being due to the government's more strenuous ifforts to suppress filibuster, icg; also, tbe court banded down an opinion that the Bannock ladians can not hunt elk and other game tff their reservation. RENEGADES AT WORK Eighteen People Killed by Ren egado . Indians Down in Old Mexico, : .-.v ' THE PULLMAN DISPLACED A Colorado Hank President A ciised of Looting his Dank, is Acquitted, r . , r THE KENTUCKY PROHIBS , Eighth Day. i Asburi Pake, N. J. May 25 This is the eighth day of the Baptist en. iverearies, and the morning .session was given over to the .celebration of the sixty-fourth anniversary of : the American Baptist home missionary so ciety. Hon. U.K. Porter called the large assemblage to order and after the annual report 1 had, been presented. resident W. K. Harper1, of the Uni versity of Chicago, delivered an d- ress upon "America as a Missionary Field." This afternoon the national Baptist Educational society -celebrated its eighth anniversary. ; , f Democratic Connty Convention. In pursuance of the call for a democratic Tenitorial convention, to meat at' Las Vegar,-June 15 h, to select sis delegates to attend the national democratic conven tion, to be held at Chicago, July 7th. 1S9S, a democratic oouuty convention will be held Id Laa Vegas, at tbe court-house, June 13tb, 1898, for the purpose of elect ing twenty-one delegates to represent tbe eounty of San Miguel (u the Territorial convention. June 8th is appointed as a day In the several precincts of this county for the voters to assemble in the precincts and select delegates to laid county con vention. The precincts are entitled to one delegate in the couaty convention for every fifty votes cast at tbe last election for Anthony Joseph, and to one delegate extra for each fraction over fifty votes. Precinct casting less than fifty votes nre entitled to one delegate' to the eounty con vention. Those entitled to participate In the precincts in the inlection of delegates, are, as stated in tbe Territorial call: "All demo crats and those who intend to act with the democratic party, and snob are invited to participate In tbe precinct meetings." A printed call will be sent .to tbe several precincts. Bouth Las Vegas, precinct 8, ii entitled to two delegates; Los Alamos, one; Upper Las Vej;a, two; North Las Vegas, precinct 26, two; Hot Springs, one; South Las Vegas, precinct 64, two. Other precincts will be found on the circular call. Those Interested are requested to attend the precinct . meetings throughout - tha county and participate in tbe proceedings. .. -E. V. Lono, Chairman Democratic Central Committee. J. D. W. Vekpeb, Secretary. Los Vegas, May 23. ' IHE ill RESTAURANT 'v. - Ward Block, Railroad Ave., Mrs. Wm. Coin, Prop. Tsblei Served With " EVERHHlNa . THE MM AFFORDS, Cooked and Served in the Highest Order Meals, 25a.' Board by week, t5. A trial will convince you of the merits of TBS MODEL RESTA'JRAHT. San Bkrnandj, Mexico, May 25. Renegade Indian! raided a ranch near here and killed eighteen people. posse of sixty are in pursuit. Bank President Acquitted. Fair Pi.at. Colo , Msy 25 The jury acquitted Peter Breene, of Lead vllle, charged with looting a bank, of which be was president.- He has been out since Saturday night. . Piillmana DUplaced.- Cdicaoo, III., May 23. The Pull man palace car service on (be Omaha line of the Northwestern railroad was to-day duplaoed in favor of-the Wag ner car service, by virtue of a contract signed about six weeks since. Tbe Pullman company made ' a hatd fight to retain the business; but tbe Vander bilt interests la tbe Northwestern road, which controls the Omaha line, were too powerful to be overcome, and as a result the Pullmans have to go, ibis increases the mileage served bv' tbe Wagner company by some 1,500 miles. - .:'"'. .' : : . I Unitarian Anniversary. Bostos', Mass., May 25 Unitarians from all sections of the country are gathered iu Boston for the anniver saries of the denomination which be gan, to-day, and will continue wrough out tbe week. : The gathering leads off with tha. annual meeting of (be -American Unitarian Association, s which is tbe most important of the; auxiliary bodies, and then follow- iff the order named, the yearly conferences ol the Women's National Alliance,'' the' Unl tanaa .Sunday sohuol society ad 'the Ministerial UnloUf':' :! " V ,. . , . Kentucky Prohlbltloirtete. ; ': Covingtos, Ky., May . 25 The state prohibition convention to-day se lected delegates to the national con vention to be held at ritiebui uu Wednesday, aod instructed "'for Hon. Geo. W. - .Bain, cf Bourbon county,' despite tbe tact that he has positively declared, since the endorsement of bis name by the Women's Christian Tem perance Union,, that he would not tao-. cept tbe nomination under ' any cir cumstances. Their tecond ' choice Is Charles Eugene BentW, of Nebraska To-day's convention is essentially a silver gathering, and opposed to the one-issue, or prohibition-befoie-every. thing policy that has hitherto ruld the Masons, Notice. :; There will be a special meeting of Chap man Lodge, to-morrow evening, at i:f0, sharp, for work In the Fellow-craft and Master Mascn degrees. ... ...vs.. A. P. Bait edict, W. M. , Highest of all. in. Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report i i.vvft tirri e- ; (6?. PORE ' Propoeltloii to bUband. V WisnmciTos, I). C.,1 Moy ,?5 The Washington and. Jiff arson lliasc-ball team Is in finanoial dlflloollies, and Manager Blackford has resigned. - Tbe team has made a poor knowing' this year, and the patrons of the games have dropped off until H is impossible to get a paying attendance in the col lege games in the face of the strong competition of the Washington .Inter state league team - This bet proved too severe a strain on tbe athletic club's treasury, and last night, when the proposition to take a' western 'trip was presented, the advisory committee absolutely refused to take tfye risk; in asmuch as an eastern trip, earlier m the season, had resulted in a heavy financial loss. ' 1 ' V BDSJNKS9 FOIHTEB3. Walter Daarden, aesayer and Trinidad, Colo. cbemtst 137-tf SPECIAL NOTICES '4 'I TTIOR BALK. Ac Walrous. M. M.. 4M head I' of kooU rearlln steer. For Dt-lce and other particulars, J tie to Ku. I,.Mood- uury or ti. k. uyers, vvairoun, a. u. usiui iON'T PAY BENT $100 cash and 8 'month for seventy months, will pay for nree room resmnuee. wun Kooa van and Rood nolghbernood ; centrally located Residence lots Ave years' time. llrttf J. H. TEITLBBAUX. OR REST Furotstoed rooms, convenient lODorntown: rontrai v locaiea. it quire at Thb oexip .office. l tf THEO SCHUERHANfl, -Repairer of nns, Locks, Bi To Whom It Many Concern. : : '.. "". EaST'Lau VKOA8, May 4tb; 1890. Notice is hereby Riven that the; ivnder- eigued, who hnye .been- condurtiog a sa loon in this city known wU "To Joes' Placn," under ihe 'firm naaf cf Scott A Gorman, bave.th.li. day dissolved partner ship, and that'the business will be con ducted in the future by Joe W. Scott, who will; pay alt bills owing and ooileotatl ac counts due of the old Arm. AU persons Knowing tnemscives rtroeot- ed to the firm must settle their accounts before May 20 h. Tbe bnsiness in tbe fu ture will be conducted in a Rrst-c ass. le gitimate manner, and a share of tbe public patronage is respectfully solicited. , J. J. UOKMAX, 158 18t J. W. Scott. People wishing to sell or buy Improved or unimproved real estate will do well to see U. a. Hutchison at Co. , . ZHfitl Goto CR1TES' Second Han Store .V - 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 Postoflnp, TiiM3i(lPlitag ' A Specialty. The Finest Line of ' , Stoves and Steel Ranges J In the City;' ' Heating apparatus, heavy sheet Iron work, etc., contracted for at tbe bottom price. Let ns figure on your work.. S. PATTY Handles the Only Steel liaosn Stoves IX TUB MARKET, - Plumbing ! Tinning. ' ' and everything of this class. Rubber Stamps Manufactured, and (juns kept in Btcck Foi-.Kerit." parting Goods, and a Ttill line1 of Bicycle Supplies. Shop on Center Street, next door to. Mon tezuma Reetanrant. ; Lawn Mowers Sharpened. Wall piper and picture mouldings, all new IS08 pitterns, at H. O. Ooors' lSStJj ;Itie new, building no Bridge street can now be rooted for bills, entertainments, ineeuogs, etc., ac reasonable rates, in quire at the hardware store of D. Winter nits. '- 150-tf I'1 '. i ' Your Stomach. PNease1 elsewhere cinnot he oonquered, If font stomach does not do its work well. Manbetb mineral water is a certain cure for Indigestion and other disorders of tbe stomach. Begin in Ihe proper manner to build up your system by drinking Macbeth water, fresh from the well every morning. At Roth's meat martlet. 114-tf Hartman is agent for Wanamaker a Brown and Mills & Merrill, fine tailor made clothict. See samples at Uartaian'i Robt. L. M. Ross Real Estate AND INSURANCE AGENT. Prices to Suit tie iiines; ; v ; Lots tatyi $100 up, SOLE AGENT oi ; tW nni-sita" Town Co. additiont ajid the fildoy' rado Town Co. lower; addition Residences, Businesa'Prppertieiis Loans, Mortgages and Securities' store. 00-tf DAYS RACING PHCEN1X MEAT MARKET, J. S, Dillon, Prop. Dealer in all kinds of " i FRESH MEATS, HAMS AND BACOH",- Fish, Game and Poultry in Season ORDERS SOLIClTfift THE LATEST STYLES . " ix. .. Fine ; Miiline Are being shown by MRS. L. HOLLENWAGER, Prices are always as low as is consistent With the work done. Ladies are invited to call and examine. i Dress-Makino Department; " making a specialty of fine work, is In charge of Miss Hanlou, (laie of Bullene, Moore & Kmory, of' Kansas City) an adept in tbeart of cutting, fitting and do ing fine work. Tbe patronage of tbe ladies Is solicited. All work guaranteed. Prices from $5.00 up. Douglas Av8. Butcher Shop, Fl esh Buttcrise, cheaper and better than Creamery butter. Leaf lard, Sausage and Fresh Meats every day. . . ,; THE LAS VEGAS BtrBEt Rail way 3 V JOHN SHANK, Manager. . Cars every fifteen minutes, from 8, a. m. .' : X . to 8 p. in. i .. M 300 tickets for iROO , , 100 tickets for $3.50. -.: r ' 85 tickets, for tl.00 O. S. Rogers, Practical Horse-Shoer, LAS VEGAS, N. M. . Kos. 7, 8 and 0 Bridge street, west end of , ,4 ... , . bridge, . ..; Special attention given to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith ing and woodwork. All work promptly . done and satisfaction guaranteed. j ABST BEER, JQE EAEFNER,"At. The world's famous Pabst Keg Beer is now On tap at the following places, at 5c per glass: PACE & BELL, QUINLY A BENJAMIN, P. SAVILLE, RAIJ?H OLDHAM I CI ARK t FORSYTHE, W. S. STANDISH. ijijnB 6tli.to 13th, fnclusira. ' OVERLAND PARK Club Association, of Denver. TROTTING, PACING, RUNNISO and BICYCLE RACKS EACH DA V For information addioss, CHA3. a. GOODMAN, Secretary, Boston Building, DENVKH, CULU. . , lHS dawiiu ex Desirable Acre Properties;: Faims and: Irrigation Ditches. .Office on- f 20 FLOOff, TAlME OPIRA M0U3E. t LAS VEuAS, IP. OAKLEY, ' Succassor to J. 8. Elston, : Bna ffli Sip Papi Glazing, laper Hanging, Etc.; Shop "Opposite Express ; Office, v . TELEPHONE 07. , ' JOHN HILL, :. COKTBACTOR 1 anil BUiLDSR . Msnuf aoturer of ; " ' Sash and Doors, 't ;'-.- . . ; Mouldings, ,. . . ' ; Scroll Sawing; ; y ,. . Surfacing, ajid Matching JPlanitiiK Mill and Office Corner of Blanchard street anil .M'unn .vius. EAST Lab vseA ICE If lOltlll Capital . Paid in Siirplus,' - OF LAS VEGAS. DR. $100,000, 60,000. I., CUNNINOHAM, President, - . ' ' . - . " ' FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President. D. T. HOSKINS, Cashier. ' F. B. -JANUARY, Assistant Cashier. tat- IHTKRKST PAID OH HUB DKPOSITS " ' ' Hshbt Goss, Prs H. W. KctLT, Vice Pres. D. T. Hos&ixs, Treat. THE LA5VEQA5 SAVINGS BANK, pw up capital, $30,000. g39fSave yonr earnings by depositing them in the Las Vuoas BAVinas Bask, where they will bring yoa an inoome. ' Every dollar saved, is two dollars made." No deposits received of less than fl. Interest paid on all deposits ot $6 and over. A large and complete line of 1HLTU1 , Plows and Points Kept constantly on hand, together with Garden Hose, Wire Netting, . Poultry and Fence Wire, STOVES AND FENCES -.. of every description. ... ; Your patronage is solicited at the Old Totfn Hardware Store, KfiW BUILDING, - D, WINTERNITZ. First National Bank, LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. .... ... . .... . : ' 4 JEFFERSON RAYNOLD3, President ''"''. . .. ' ' . Wim y: VLhARS Vice-President. A. B. SMITH, Cashier. Accounts Received Subject to Check. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. -!-i S Wholesale Wool East Las Vegas and Socorro. N. M. Grocers, , Hides and Pelts. Raqch and Mining Supplies, Fence Wire, Nails, Picks and Shovels. BLASTING , GIANT POWDER. 11 PLOWS FARM TOOLS, and all kinds of ! . Agricultural Implements. ; FAF?Mf GRASS AND GARDEN SEED. PORTLAND CEMENT, ;, ACME CEMENT PLASTER, BAINWiGONS. mmm The Dandy. Wind Mill. None Better. 1TIIAI & 826 & 328 Railroad Avenue. ; GENERAL MERCHANDISE Ranoh Bupplles d ipeolo.lt sr. Goods delivered freo to all parts of the city. Call and examine our stocc ot v'i lore purchasing, and be convinced of our low prices. 0. - Complete line of Cartridges audi Ammunition always on hand. . -t V. C. HOGSEIT. A. A. WISE, Notary Public, Established 18S1.- wise & HnasTCTT -LOANS AND REAL ESTATE, Sixth and Douglas Avss, East' Ci3 Vegts, NM. Improved and Unimproved Lands and City Property for sale. Investments mile and - attended to for Non-residents. Titles examined, Rents collected and Taxes paid. . If CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. W The finest line of Carriages. Boggles. H Landaus, Saireys, Pbmtons and Bond H Carts In th 9 Southwest, of the best manufacture E Livery and Feed Stables. I imort STREET. LAS VH1AS PLAZA HOTEL , ;. las Tes;as. Mew Untc- The only first-class house in; tho city. Headquarters for stockmen, A. DUVAL, In ohareeof Cuisine Donartment. Patn., 3Ao per meal ; $6 per week. Tables Suppllwl with everything tbe market affords. , MRS. S. BV DAVIS : Lessee: Booms by the day for 60c to $1 .00 : bv month, 6 to $11. sjajaaustJaoi isnn.'n aw (Successor to Coors Bros.) -WH0LE8AIJt AND RETAIL DKALEB IK HMWARE, LOMBEB; SASH,' DOORS, EIJSDS, VASHISHES faints, Oil and Glaess." Cerrillos Hard and Soft Coal. EAST LAS VEGAS, - TKLEriOWK Ho. 58 Goods delivered free In city. NEW MEXICO 'Proprietor, of . the-r" : f. New Mexico Planing Mill r .' ' Has .luit Keceived an Assorted Stock of . ' . ; BUILDING MATERIALS ; : : - - 0? all Kinds and Styles, !; Which he offers for sale frt Prices to suit the times. He keeps oil hand always, native and red woo'il lumber, and shingles, rind gives special at Goods tention to builders and contractors, in want of building materials! delivered free of charge, in. the city. ; ; ' . Corner Seventh and Jackson Streets, East Las Vegas. 1 ; ' TKLE PHONE 68. IWSENWALD South Side Plaza. a rw T 5 RECEIVED ! NO TROUBLE 5 To Show Our Goods. A Beautiful Line of Imported Hand Made Silk Lace CpJIars J ' ''"'.''': -' ' ' ,. ' . '' 'V and Linen Laces. ; -- A. G. SCHMIDT : llannfaoturer of ' Wasons,- Carriages, .. - . . . . -And dealer In . H q nvy H n rd wn rn, Every kind of ' wagoo material on hand itotsesboein and repairing a specialty Grand antLMaazanares Avenues, Bast La Vegas. -' .v-"''I.1!QS-WAIT, Late of Tcpet-a, Kansas, FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER Reasonable Prices. 912 Prince St.