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EO. VOL XVII. EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 14, 1800. NO. 21 S iLAS V A BOY FROM SALEM W. J.Bryan is Accorded a Gener ou3 Welcome at the Place . of His Birth. WILL CAMPAIGN IN OHIO The Hi-Metallic Convention at Des Moines Instructs for the" Chicago Men. A RECEPTION TO SEWALL Salem, III , July 14. Salem awoke, this morning, to a realization of the fact tbat it is a place of some import. anoe, with a full fledged presidential candidate in town, and tbat candidate Salem boy. People from the surrounding ooun try came in. last night, to help the Salem citizens celebrate, and as a con sequence, tbe hotels In the little town are crowded to their utmost ca paoity. Many of those who are visitinc ham urn old friends of Hon. W. J. Bryan and have flocked to the house of bis sisters to pay the!:: respect, Bryan badges are seen every where. It would not be strange if the legislature were asked to allow the name of Salem to be changed to that of the favorite and most famous son. Mr. Bryan has some business to at tend to here, aDd wants to clear this up before leaving for Linooln, Thursday morning. He will go to Centralia, the nearest large town, this evening, to de liver an address. To-morrow night, be will make a speech to the Salem people on the issues of the present campaign. Mr." Bryan slept late this morning, he being completely tired out when he went to bed, long after midnight. His sister, Mrs. J. W. Baird, who pre sides over tbe old homestead, would not allow bim to be awakened, Bafore 9 o'clock, more tban three score of relatives and old friends had called there, but they went away when told tbat Mr. Bryan was still asleep. At noon to-day, a large number of tbe Bryan family sat down to dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Bryan, at the residence of Mrs. B. F. Marsbail, sister of Mr. Bryan's mother. After dinner, Mr and Mrs. Bryan will drive out to tbe farm, where a part of tbe nominee's boyhood was spent. The rest of tbe afternoon will be taken up in visiting relatives in tbe surrounding country. ' PRESIDENTIAL GOSSIP. Toledo, Ohio, July 14 Tbe Bee, of this city, says, to-diy: If Bryan has his way, Ohio will be the storm-center crt-tbaensuibg campaign. The demo cratic candidate promises to stump this tale, and deliver at least one address in Toledo. Mr. Bryan is very desirous a tiAnlitiV a 4-inf Aahata nn (ha .Mirrfin. ey question with ex Governor MoKin Jey. fie will let Mr. McKinley seleot the time and place. Among tbe callers on tbe distin guished nominee, just after the nomi nation was made, was Peter II. Deg nan, of this city, an alteinate-at-large. Can we hope to see you in Ohio daring the,campaign, Mr. Bryan P" he asked.. 'You certainly can," was the reply. I expect to make a cumber of speeches in Obio between now and election." "What, invade tbe home of McKin ley P" 1 know Mr. McKinley very well," returned Mr, Bryan. "I esteem bim very highly as a man excellent gen tleman, thoroughly honest." "If you coma to Ohio, you may hap pen to meet him," suggested Mr. Deg nan. "I would not ask anything better than to meet Mr. McKinley in joint de bute," aaid Mr. Bryan, bis eyes kindl ing "right in his own state; right at home." Tbe conversation continued at ran. dom, in an informal way, for some time. Bryan several ttrnss referred to his desire to meet McKinley. Weak and Lower. Wall Stkebt, N. Y., July 14 Stocks were weak and lower in the flarly trading, this morning, the de cline ranging from to per cent. Sugar, general electric, St. Paul and Manhattan scored tbe greatest losses. A Bullying Collapse. P.oston, Mass., July 14. A tele phone message to police headquarters, announced tbat a building on North Bennett Street, in . the north end, bad collapsed, this afternoon. One man was killed and a number of persons in jured. Reception to Sewall. Bath, Me , July 14 At a meeting; of prominent citizens, last evening, Jt was voted tbat an elaborate public reception should be given to Hon. Ar thur Sewail upon bis return to this city. Republican and democratic) city AMHMiTiMi vnnrr ran nut Dower 10 act, and will labor together to make the occasion a memorable one. Convention Ratea. - 6t. Loois, Mo , July 14 Sergeant-at-arms McDowell, of the people's party convention, received word this morning from the trunk line associa tion that a railroad rate of one fare for the round trip, will be granted for the populist convention, July 22ud, tickets good to start on the 20th, only, and return not later than th? 28 th of July. The Retail Jeweler. Atlantic Cur, N. J , July 14 Delegates to tbe annual convention of the national retail jawelers uooia tion are arriving in Urge numbers Aa day. St. Louis, Philadelphia, Omaha, Liuoo'n, Neb , Cincinnati and Louis. ville, Ky.i were among the oitiet well represented. A number of important question! relating to the trade are to haeppsittered, ' ALL MAY UNITE. Leading Free Silver Men of Iowa la CIom Con lennce, To-day. J)ks Moines, Iowa, July 14 Lead. Ing free-silver men of the Hawkeye state, and many of whom participated last week, either as delegates or con ferees in the democratic) national con veiition at Chicago, are In conference here, to-rlay, for tbe purpose of mak ing arrangement fo take part in the silver convent I ih to be held, next week, at St.- Louts. This - movement bad its origin in a seoret conference of silver men of tb3 state belonging both of the great po'itioal parties, held In Ibis city, last February, and which !t was decided to form a perms nent organization. Hon. AmosSteckel a republican banker of Bloorufleld, was made chairman, and associated with him were such well known republicans and democrats as Hon. J. J. llamll ton, tbe noted poiitioo economist and editor of tbe Des Moines News; H. M Moore, of Dubuque; Major S. B.vans of tbe Ottumwa Sun: Colonels Mur. phy and Quigley, of tbe Dubuque Tel egraph, and . ex-Congressman Fred wnue, oi wapeiio county. ne mass conferenoe of to-day will meet under the call of the national bl-metalllo anion conferenoe of Washington,; and will probably seleot thirty-five delegates to tbe silver convention at St. Louts While the conferees are favorable to Governor Boies as a presidential silver candidate, yet, in view of the aotion of the Chicago convention, they may not insist upon the consideration of bis name, but rather will seek to join forces with alt other bl-metallic organ izations of tbe country in tbe interest of a national silver campaign. Two hundred delegates were pres ent at Flynn's hall, this morning, when Provisional Chairman Amos Steckel called the non-partisan bi-metallic state convention to order and Introduced S 11. Bashur. of Waterloo, as temporary chairman. John J. Hamilton of 'Des Moines, had -been elected to act as per manent chairman, but when his ad' dress was submitted to tbe conferenoe leaders, last night, it was found to be against the ratio of 16 to 1. A com mittee was appointed to wait on Mr Hamilton in regard to tbe matter. Mr Hamilton, however, preferred ..not to change his remarks and consequently ;be convention will have another per manent presiding officer. . The platform reported by tbe com tnitte on resolutions declares for oolnage at the ratio of 16 to 1, endorses Bryan and Sewall, and instructs tbe delegates to support them at the St. Louis Con vention, on the 22nd last. to select delegates. Grand Forks, N. Dak , July 14.- ine DMnetavilists i this state are meet ing in mass convention in Bismarck, Fargo, Grand Forks, Grafton, Mandan, Devil's Lake and other oounty seats to-day, for tbe purpose of electing dele gates to tbe Bi-metailic national con vention to be held at St. Louis on tbe 22nd.- The elections are being held in response to a call issued by W. H. Standisb, chairman of the silver party of North Dakota, in which invitation he urged all those who bave quit the republican party since it openly de clared for the gold standard to be pres. ent and to take part in to-day's con ventions, even though they may bave acted in the republican conventions and caucuses up to the date of, the adoption of the . national republican platform. . WISCONSIN PREPARINQ. - : f i The goth Anniversary ot the State'! Admit. (Ion to be Observed. , l:v- ; Milwaukee, Wis., July 14 The executive committee appointed by the committee of 100 to take steps looking to the grand ' celebration in 1898, of tbe fiftieth anniversary of tbe?; admis sion of Wisconsin into tbe union, as sembled here to-day for the purpose of discussing tbe scope of tbe celebration, and considering the means of raising the funds. It has already been formally decided to organize a great industrial exposi tion, modeled after tbe plan of the world's fair, and subscriptions towards any stock which may be issued for tbat purpose bave already been made by Hon. Thomas B. Bryan, vice president of tbe Columbian exposition, and several of the ex-directors of that body, Tbe citizens of Milwaukee are expect ed to subscribe in tbe neighborhood of $200,000, and the people of tbe state will then be asked to ohip in an equal amount. This will be augmented with an appropriation by the legislature. State Senator James II Stout, of Menominee, is larg'y in favor as di-rector-geneaal. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Senator J M. Thurston, ot Nebraska, can be tbe Ninth Member of It. Cleveland, Obio July 14 lion Henry C. Payne, of 'Wisconsin, is tbe first member of the executive commit, tee of the republican national oonven. tion to reach Cleveland, - to attend the meeting, 'called for to-morrow. He came over from Chicago, - last night. After breakfast, he oalled at Mr. Ilan na's effloe. The latter was very busy, reoilving politicians, and newspaper men. Hanna said to a reporter for the United Press: "There is nothing to add to tbe statement made yester day." The impression prevails tbat Senator J. M. Tbnrston, of Nebraska, who was permanent chairman of the St. Louis convention, can be tbe ninth member of the executive oommittee, if he will accept the plaoe. Should the executive committee remain in session over Thursday, Major McKinley will come up from Canton to see the mem. bars. lis would come to-morrow, but tbe proposed visit of the women of northeastern Ohio interferes. Thi Op tic's jab department has just fnrpad out soma neat bottle labels for B'sfper A gassier, of (b Lit Vegas lot. tlwprkt, A BLANK CARTRIDGE A Revolver Fired at Presiden Faure, While Preparing to Review the " Troops. , , THE HIBERNIAN ORDERS The Delaware Republican Con yentlon Nominates John H. Iloffecker for Governor. A FATAL LAMP ACCIDEN Paris, July 14. While President Faure was entering the grounds Long unamps, to-day. for tbe purpose oi reviewing tbe troops, a man stand Ing near fired off a revolver. Great exolteraent ensued and the man was immediately seized and disarmed. He deolared that be did not fire at tbe president and only fired eff a blank cartridge. - When, seen, the president was. uninjured, and crowds cheered him, again And again. When tbe shot was tired, President Faure was in hia carriage, being driven over the review teg grounds to the s'.acd, surrounded by a line of troops. Tbe president was unmoved and appeared to take no no tioe of the shot. The prisoner's agser-J l.An that U a ftwA - kl L. . .J fn-4 iiuu tuai uu uiou a vimuk Lai it luvo ia credited as no bullet was found. A Steamer Collide. Nkw York, July 14 The Mallory steamer, "Colorado," from Bruns wick, C. A., with twenty-eight passen gers, and a general cargo on board collided with a loaded mud scow, this morning, while proceeding up tbe main channel in the lower bay. Tbe steamer was badly damaged, and panio ensued, Dut all the passengers were safely taken off in tugs. Fatal Lamp Accident. Baltimore, Md., July 14 Mrs. Lu cretia Wolford, aged sixty-four tears and her sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Schle maker, aged sixty-six, were badly burned, last night, at their home, in this oity, both dying early this morn ng. A small kerosene lamp fell and exploded. When the neighbors sue needed la extinguishing tbe flames both of the women were ' burned al most beyond recognition. The Addlclu Faction. Dover, Delaware, July 14 Tbe republican convention, wbicb was call, ed by tbe Addicks committee, met here to-day. The court room in which tbe convention was held was crowded. WbI er H. Hayes,- of Wilmington, the temporary-: cbalrmenr made a telling peeob, in which be said that tbe democratic party had raised a pole and upon it bad placed (be fljg of anarchy. Most of tbe nominations were made In county caucuses. John- U. Iloffecker was nominated for governor. Championship Meeting. New York, N. Y , July 14 There are indications ot a great revival of in terest and enlhnsiasm among golfers, in the unusually large attendance on the annual championship meeting of the United States coif association. wbicb commenced, to-day, on tbe eighteen-hole course of the Sbinnecock hills golf club. To-day's play was for the round amateur championship' first and seoond round eigbteeu boles. This a medal play, tbe first match plav being scheduled for to-morrow. THE BLACK MAMMAS. Flrtt Annual Convention ot tbe National League of Colored Women. Washington, D. C, July 14. The first annual convention of the national league of colored women opened in the Fifteenth- Street Presbyterian church to-day, with Mrs. Helen A. Cook, of Washington, presiding. This organiz ation is distinct from tbe national fed- ration of Afro-American women, of bich Mrs. Booker T. Washington, of Alabama, is president, and Mrs. Vic toria Earle Matthews, of New York, is chairman of the executive board ; the organization which assembled to-day being confined almost exclusively to the District of Columbia. A federation of tbe two bodies has been advocated for some time past, and during the Atlanta exposition last year there was a conference at which basis of union was reached. So far. however, tbe plan has not been rati fied by the two associations in national convention assembled, but it is possible tbat harmonious action will soon .be reached. The convention ot the pres ent week will take up the subjects of Woman as an educator," "Woman in the professions," and "Woman in the home," and will discuss each sub ject from a colored point of view. Herman W. Bonk, whose father, Judge Houk, was for number of years on the bench in the ninth judicial district ot Can. sag; residing at Hutchinson, Is now eogag. ed In the practice of his profession, the law, down in Roswell, in partnership with J. T. Evans. 6 $4.00 PER WEEK. Also a Few Desirable Rooms to Rent. LJJp, 803 $rao4 Art., 0?f. Clemeoli' Mill, Boart Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U, S. Gov't Report ORDER OP HIBERNIAN . t They Will Endeavor to Patch Up Dlllertnce. Bet wee Them v ' Detroit, Mich.,; July 14.-The na tional convention of the Anolent Order cf Hibernians Opened here, to-day, Four hundred delegates are In attend anoe, and with them are thousands of members and txcursionieta from near and distant points. - This is the branch of tbe order which is not affiliated with the board of Erin. There have been two factions in. the Hibernian for sev eral years, each holding-separate, an nual conventions. " Numerous efforts have been made to bring the bodies lo gether, but so far without result. This morning tbe -delegates assem bled at the Cathollo club, and at 9 o'olook marohei in procession., to the cathedral of St. Peter and St, Paul, where high pontifical mass was cele brated and a sermon preached by Bish op Foley.' ,i-,., At the conclusion of the service, tbe delegates re-assembled at the club and the first business meeting' was called to order, only those having, the pass-word being admitted. This "evening Bishop Foley 4vill tender a reception to tbe members and delegates. - The report of National Seoretary Slattery, for the two years ending De cember 31st last, shows, a total mem bership of 89,901. (-. V Walter Dearden, assayer and chemist Trinidad, Colo. ' .. . 187-tf Native bran at the JUas Vegas Roller mills, at 80o. per 100." ' - 160-tf For parties, concerts, and socials, rent Rosenthal Bros', belli . 60-s-tf , . .1, A Homestead Entry No. 368. LASD OFF1CB XT CtATTOH N. M. , ( April 18th. 1896. Notice Is hereby ariven that the following named settler has filed notice of his Inten tion to make final proof In support of his claim, and that saM proof will be made be fore E. 11. Mklpwith, United States Land Commissioner, Fourth Judicial District, at ft. Sumner, X. at., August 5th. 1896, viz: Ira P. Gillespie, of rort Sumner, for the west halt, southwett quarter, soutueast Quarter . southwest auartr and southwest quarter southeast quarter, section 85, township 1 north range 26 east. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence UDCin. and cultivation of, said land, viz: John N. Johnston. Nat Pe-rce. Francispo Labato, Polonlo Lopes, all ot Port Sumner, Any Derson.who desires to OrotGst acalnst the allowance of such Droof or who knows of any substantial reason, under the law and the regulations of the Interior department, why such proof should not be allowed, will be given an opportunity, at the above-mentioned time arid place, to cross-examine the witnesses of paid claimant, and to offer evidence In rebuttal Of that submitted by claimant. .JOHN u. SLACK, Register. 48-6t Notice of Administration. Notice Is hereby given that the under signed having been appointed and qualified by the honorable probata court of San Miguel county as administratrix of the es tate of 8. R. Boardman, deceased, hereby by these presents gives notice to all those parties Indebted to the raid estate to call and settle with her. and all those holding accounts against the estate to present their accounts within the time prescribed by law. MBS. M. J. UOABDMAN, Sl-ldsw ' Administratrix. LAS Vhoas, N. M., July 7th, 1896. SAN MIGUEL NATIONAL BANK OF LAS Capital Paid in Surplus, - - UFFIOKBSI DE. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President, FBAJSTC SPRINGER, Vice-President. D. T. HOSKINS, Cashier. F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier. I3T INTEREST PAID OS TIME DEPOSITS 11 THE LAS VEGAS SAVINGS BANK. B3Save your earnings by depositing them In the Lab Vbsas Batihss Bask, whan they will bring yoa an income. ' Every dollar saved, Is two dollars made." , No deposits received of less than $1. Interest paid on all deposits of $6 and over. O. L. HOUGHTON, .DEALER Hardware , Stoves wci COP ALL A large stock of , Su.ves and Plows now on hand, which will be sold a Iitth above cost. These goods are all warranted to be of the very best make in th United States, and to give perfect satisfaction. At the Old Stand on Center Street, EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M. Bargains offered of UNEQUAL VALUES, t In all our Departments ..THIS WEEK. o Iv 13 South Side , . r We offer our assortment of Brocaded Figured Silks, , n In the most desirable For 70c. Vcl3 ca.oirnn.v pure BOMB SPECIAL RATES. Commenolngr June 1st, we will sell round crip tickets to Pueblo, at $15.70; Colorado Hnrlmrn. S18.M: to Denver J'23.15. Tickets limited to one day In each direction, with Hnsl limit lor return, no verooer join, ltswo. Anuual Convention, International Assn, or fire Engineers Holt Lake City, Utah Aug. 10 to 14th. 'U0. Dates of sale Augost 7th and 8tb. One lowest flnt-clans standard (are for tbe round trip, plus 12, all tickets to be good for continuous pas sage In each direction. Leaving Salt Lake on august 10 ana oniv. National People's Party (Populist) con' Tontion and American silver convention at St. Louis, Mo., July 22d, '96. From Las Vegas to tit. Louis and return. $83.70. Tick ets on sale Julv 18tb. 10th and 20th. 96 limited to continuoas passage in each direc tion; nnai limit, juiy Ml. 'HO. National Encampment O. A. R. at St Paul, Minn., September 1st to 4th 1886, From Las Vegas to St Paul, Minn, and re turn, $87.20. Tickets on sale August 80th and 81st 1896, final limit September 15th,1896. aii tickets oeposuea witn joint agent on or before September lfith will be extended to September 80tb 1HIW. C. F. Jones Agent. SPECIAIiOnCE TnO It RenT Furnished adobe residence P nextte the Episcopal rectory. Apply hj airs. &uiu xi. wuuiuore. ai7 n THOK RENT Nicely furnished rooms, sin Jj gleor In suite. Inquire of Mrs. 8. t Hume, corner Eighth aud Jackson streets cast uts vegas. aitt-ac T710R RENT Desirable front room, newly j lurnisneu ; inquire at mis omce sun T7K)R RENT Large furnished room, north JL' west corner Jtigatn ana main streets 214-St THE COLUMBIA BUILDING AND LOAN association 'tiers secure Investments for large and small sums. Money loaned on real estate. T. W. IUTWARO, C. WRAT, President. Agent. fctONBY TO LOAN On Jewelry at the IVJ Mexican Flilicree Jewelry Co's. store St. Nicholas block. 2W-6t MONET TO LOAN. On diamonds watches and Jewelry repairing of al, kinds done. . 8. LcjnCo, tf Bridge Street, TVON'T PAT RKNT- $100 cash and S8 a month for seventy months, will pay for a tb and turee-rouni resiaence. witn s:ooa vara Residence lots five years' time mm guuu neignoornooa; centrally located. M9tr J. It. Tkitlkbaijm. Go to CRITES' Second Hand Store, REFRIGERATORS, And Household Goods of all kinds. Next door to P. O., East Laa Vegas. WILLIAM BAASCH, who Is willing; to stand or fall on his mirttsasa baker, has oonstantly on sale at the LAS VEGAS BAKERY Opposite Poatofflce, Wast Side. , TBB8H BBIAD, OAKES AND Pt Bpeolal orders filled on short notloe. VEGAS. $100,000. 60,000. Hrnbt Gokb, Pres H. W. Kblli, Vice Pres. D. T. H 08 suits, Treas. Paidup capital, $30,000. IN KINDS. patterns, is $1.00, aral Dnplemeats First National Bank, LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. , ; JOSHUA 8. RAYNOLDS, President -JOHN W. ZOLLARS, Vice-President.- A. B. SMITH, Cashier. Accounts Received Subject to Check. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. V East Las Vegas and Socorro. N. M. Viiolesale Grocers, Wool, Hides and Pelts. La yhSrt - IB" Rarjch and Mining Fence Wire, Nails, Picks and Shovels. BLASTING 8 GIANT POWDER, Cement, Sheep Dips, T;: Steel Hay Rakes. BAIN WAGONS. 1 fr-if: .5 . I Jkb J'm, L "3 Booms by - fie-m.;te(aMaiiKam wi. A large and complete line of IMPLEME Plows and Points Kept constantly on hand, together w Garden Hose, Wire Netting, Poultry and Fence Wire, STOVES AND RANGES of every description. Your patronage is solicited at the Old Town Hardware Store, NEW BUILDING, D. W1NTERNITZ. A. A. WISE, Notary Public Established -.; WISE & H03SETT, LOANS AND REAL ESTATE, Sixth and Douglas Aves., East Las Vegis, N. M. Improved and Unimproved Lands and City attended to lor fion-resiaents. lictes examined, items collected ano Taxes paia. Our $i 00, $2.25 and $2.50 ' Parasols, in all Shades, With Large Ruffles, ' We offer for $1.50. 1 (FANCY SUMMER SILKS Park Ground, FOR as CENTS. Minn C01. Suppliee Sulphur. Wool Sacks. PLAZA HOTEL la. Tesas. Mew Mexico. only first-class house in the Headquarters for stockmen, The city. A. DUVAL, In charge of Cuisine Department. Bates t 8S0 per meal; $6 per week. Tables supplied with everything the market affordu. - MilS. S. B. DAVIS Lessee; the day for SOo to $1.00; by : to$12. ith . The Dandy Wind Mill. None Better. 1881. X. C. HOOSETT. Property for sale. Investments made sad CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. The flnest line ot Carriages, Baggies, Landaus, Sairevs, Phsetons and Uoad Carts Id the Southwest, ot the best manufacture tdvery and Feed Stable. IRIOn STREET, LAS VEOSt HAEFNER & ROSSIER, ' -'. (. Agents for Mil AND Proprietors ' Soda Bottling Works. B. C. PITTENGER & CO. OTEAf.1 LAUNDRY. Goods called for . nd delivered. AMHJ.