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EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 10, 1890. NO. 220 CLEVER CANDIDATES Messrs. Bryan and Bland Mee and Taffy Each Other to the Queen's Taste. X SMALL CROWDS TURN OUT Republicans in the JSIjorJjr the Silver Party's Conven tion. in Topeka. at CAMPAIGN WORK PLANNED St. Louis, Ma., July 16 Wm. J Bryan arrived id this city, from Salem Illinois, at 8:45 o'clock, this morning, via the Baltimore & Ohio. A sleep; looking crowd, among whom were Mr. Bryan's sister and bis nieces, as sembled at the .Salem station, three hours previously, and saw the party oil. At several stations en .route, ; Bryan stepped from the train and -Khook hands with early risers, who bad asserouiea io greet mm. At Carlyle, Ills., where the first atop was made, about fifty persons grasped bis band. Mayor Webb headed the contingent at Lebanon, Ills , and accompanied the party to ot. Louis. At East St. Louis, several hundred people were assembled and gave cbeers to Mr. Bryan: who -stepped to the platform and made a brief speech in which he said that be and Mr. Sewall believed in the platform on which thfy stood, and believed in carrying out its provisions, to the very letter. He concluded by quoting the Baying of Bismarck that . farmers should stand together and protect tnemseives (rom the drones who pro duce nothing. He was given a part ing salute by looomotive whistles; About 3,000 people had assembled at the depot in St. Louis when Bryan appeared on the platform, lie was given three hearty cheers. In tbe crowd be became separated from his wife and children, and mounted a chair, Tbe crowd began clamoring for a speech. Bryan smilingly replied : "I am looking for that dearer to me than all else my wifa'and children. I would be glad to make a speech, but, like all other people, I must eat. Hav ing but a few minutes in which to satisfy ourselves, I hope you will kindly excuse me if I do not make a speech." Breakfast was partaken of in the de pot dining room, and at 9 o'clock, "Bryan and his family left on tbe Mis souri Pacific for Kansas City. - ,. JOINED BY BLAND. , Hon. Richard P. Bland reached St. Louis from Lebanon, early this morn, ing. He met Bryan just as the train was pulling out. Their greeting was cordial. Bland went with the Bryan party as far as Jefferson City. AT JEFFERSON CITT. Jefferson Cur, Mo., July 16 W. J. Bryan arrived here at 12 :40 o'clock, p. m. On the arrival of the train at a little plaoe called Washington, Mr. Bland addressed tbe crowd, sajing: 'I want to introduce to you the ne& president of the United States. I served four years with him in the house of representatives. I know . he is as true a friend to free silver as I am. I want to say that if I had bad the selec tion of a silver candidate for president cf the United States, this gentleman would have been my choice." Mr. Bryan showed some feeling as be responded ; "If ibis nomination bad gone by merit," he said, "it would have gone to the man, whs for twenty years, in the facj of great opposition, kept alive the silver cause. In tbe hour of victory, be will be more enti tled to credit than any o her man in tbe nation. " A rousing reception was given Bryan here by a crowd of over 1,000 people. He was presented to tbe audience by Mr. Bland and Governor Stone, as tbe nest president of tbe United States. Bland Bgaia took oocas'on to express his satisfaction with tbe choice of tbe Chicago convention, and be predicted that Missouri would roll up for him a majjrity of 50,000. Bryan made a short speech, and Governor Stone pre sented Mrs. Bryan as the future mis tress of tbe white house. THE IKCIDEKT REPEATED. This incident was repeated at Cham, ois, whtrs Mr. Bland -presented Mr. Bryan to about 100 people in tbe same language he bad used at Washington. Bryan in turnsud: "If my loyalty to tbe causa of the people is ever questioned, there is no man on whose certificate 1 would sooner rely than up on tbe certificate of Biobard Parks Bland." Mr. Bland left tbe party at Jefferson City, where be will make a speech to lifgnt. , COMMITTER RB-ASSEMBLED. Cletkland, July 18 The execu tive committee of tbe republican ns, tional committee re-assembled in Mr. Hanna's office, this morning, shortly after 10 o'clock. The details of the campaign work are said to have been settled at to day's meeting, which is said to be the li-t of tbe present series, Major MoKinley could not arrange bis Affairs bo as to come to Cleveland, to day, and the members of the execu tiva committee will leave here at 3:25 o'clock to visit hiui at Canton, thence they will separate and go to their several homes. It is eoneeded by members of the committee that just now the silver sentiment is so wide-spread that great necessity exists for immediate work to ijoauteract St, and restrict its further erotrth. It is disserted that a Vigorous sidy days'- campaign will be at, onee instituted for the purpose of meeting end combating the silver sentiment. P. S. Heath, tn charge Of the MeKin ley literary bureau, at St. Louis, spent nearly an hour- with tbe committas. fie announced Ibat tbe committee had determined to consolidate the literary and printing bureaus, and thit be bid accepted the posl.lon of chief of tbe new bureau. Its work will be done in Chicago for both the eastern and west em headquarters. Messrs. Hanna Payne, Dawes, Dm bin and Heath will meet at the Auditorium, Chicago, Monday nex', to map out the workand actively enter upon li. Mr. Hanna did not go to Canton with the mem bers of the committee. i WILL ATTEND TUB CONFERENCE. Little Bock, Ark., July 16. A tele Tfar was reoeived here, to-day, from Senator Jones, who is at Wabhington Stating that be would leave at once for New York, in -response, to a summons from Senator Hill aad Mr. Whitney asking for a conference with him on tbe political situation. KANSAS SlLVERiriiS. Republ.'cani Found to be In tin Majority at th State Convention. TorEKA, Knns., July 1G The state convention of tbe silver party, to elect sixty delegates to the national oonven tion at St. Louis, convened in this city at 1 o'clock this al ernoon, and was organized by tbe election of E. C. Lit tie, of Abilene, former consul to Cairo, to be temporary chairman. This morcin?, tbe delegates in at. tendance, held numerous caucuses which resulted in showing that the re publicans were in the mai rity, Tbe republican delegates then held a meet ing and decided to take charge of tbe convention and elect only republicans as delegates to the national convention the populists and democrats obi oted to this program, and insisted that they be given representation, but tbe repun licans insist that they were sufficiently represented at tbe democratic conven tion, and also will be at the populist convention. Tbe republican caucus decided that it would not be good policy to instruct tor Bryan and Sewall, but agreed to eleot no delegate to St. L nia not known to be in favor of the nomination of democratic candidates. MINNESOTA SILVERITKS. Minneapolis, Minn,, July 16. The silverlt.es of Minoesota assembled at Harmony ball, this morning, for the purpoie of selecting thirty delegates to represent tbe state at tbe national con vention of the American silver party, which convenes at St. Louis next week. It was the largest assemblage of white- metallists that Minnesota has yet wit nessed, and the enthusiasm is in pro portion. Congressman Town9, who has repudiated the St. Louis platform ; Hon. John Lind and Frank M. Nye, together with Ignatius Donnelly and a arge number of populists, were amongst tbose present. James W. Griiliti, silver national committeeman for the state, called tbe convention to order, prior to which the silver mani festo issued by Congressman Towne and twelve others, was distributed among the delegates. Wnile tbe latter were assembling, there was a good deal of . talk concern ing the adoption of a resolution calling for a silver convention to nominate a state ticket, and it was reported that Judge J. P. llae, ex-commander-in-chief of tbe grand army, would be willing to -make the race as the leader of the republican, democratic and populist silver men?of the state. MASS CONVENTION. . ' '." . Lansing, Mich., July 16. Tbe mass convention of the silver men of . the Wolverine state, to elect thirty-four delegates to St. Louis, was called to order by Hon. James M. Turner, of this city. - Republicans, democrats and populists, were represented in the gath ering. Tbe Michigan silverites have been extremely partial to Senator Tel ler, but the delegates to be selected, to day, will probably support an endorse ment of William J. Bryrn. PREPARING FOB THE TRIP. Sacramento, Cal., July 16 The California delegation to the St. Louis silver and populist conventions assem bled here, to-day, preparatory to start ing for their debtinaiion by tbe Central Pacific, Denver & Rio Grande and Mis- souri. Pacific routes. The delegation will travel in a special train of tourist and Pullman sleepers. THE HIQOJNS paction. Another Republic State Convention Being Held In Delaware, To-dty. Georgetown, Del., , July 16 Tbe Addicks and Higgins factions of tbe state republicans clash once more, to day, at tbe state convention; and the result will determine whether or not the gas man and bis lieutenants are to be read out ot the party. The Ad dicks men, who have held : their con vention and nominated a candidate for governor, received a serious set-back at the hands of tbe national commit tee and the committee on credentials of the republican convention in St Lonis; when, more on account of the faot that Addicks prevented tbe eleo tion of a republican United States sen ator than anything else, the delegates of the Higgins faction were seated, and enabled to plaoe a man of their own selection on the national com mittee. Sinoe that time, tbe Higgins people have deluged tbe state with an address to republican voters, sooring Addicks in vigorous style, and prac tically reading him out of the party by declaring tbat, after careful considera. tion and a consultation with - leading republicans from all portions of tbe state, it has been deoided that the Ad dioks state committee bas no lawful existence, and that none of its 1 aots or overtures oan be recognized. Parliament. Postponed. I' "pm-WA, Oat , July 16.This is the day set for the assembling of tbe new parliament, when premier Laurier was expected to make bis declaration of policy. In order, however, to enable the new ministry to be re-elected, the assembling of parliament has beeu postponed, by royal proclamation, un til the first week la August. A BRIDGE ACCIDENT Two Musicians With the". Wild West Show MortattyTHurt and Others Injured. ..' MRS. MACKAY'S FATHER ILL Exactor. Wm. E. liussell, of Mas sachuaetts, Expires Sadden ly from Heart Disease. THE PEARY EXPEDITION Cleveland, Ohio, July 16 A special to the Press, from Massillon Ohio, says: A drivar of Buffalo. Bill band wagon started eight horses under me overhead -Fort Wayne bridge brie street, at It o'clock, and having miscalculated Its holghth, and being unable to stop the horses, all tbe oo oupants oi toe band wagon were scrap ed off, in the presence of . tbe horror stricten thousands, . - Tbe nrst report is that rive or t:x are dead or dying Mr. t eller, agent of tbe Wild West show, issues this statement; "Four of our musicians are frightfully injured two will probably die, while the others are not seriously . hurt. We do not know how the driver miscalculated, or bow tbe horses were beyond his con troi." Voyage of Exploration. Sidnbt, C. B., July 16. -The steamer, 'Hope," with Lieutenant Peary's Arc tio expedition on board, sailed from here, to-day, on her voyage of explo ration. Lieutenant Peary thinks tb Hope" will return, tbe latter part ot September. Col. Hungerford Dying. Rome, Italy, July 16. The condi tion of Col. Hungerford, father of Mrs John w. Maokay. who is lying sen ously ill at Villa Ada, tbe residence of his daughter, in this city, shows no improvement, and his death is regard ed as merely a question of a few hoars. Vanderbilt Still Worn. New York, N. Y July 16. A bulletin issued this morning says that Cornelius Vanderbilt, sr., passed restless night and- .this morning bis oondition is less favorable than yester. day. . , .. Towards noon Mr. Vanderbilt's con dition was reported critical. - It is said that the critical point io Mr. . Vandorbilt's oondition is not reached. A consultation of all doo- tors will be held at 3 o'clock, this afternoon, and an official bulletin will be issued at its conclusion. EX-QOVERNOR RUSSELL DEAD. Pound Dead In Hl Tent, In Canada, When He Had Gone to Rest Up. St. Adelaide de Pa bos, Quebec, July 16 hx-Uovernor William r.. Bus sell, of Massachusetts, whose name was prominently before the recent demo cratic national! convention, was found dead in his tent near here, this morn ing. Heart disease is supposed to have caused his death. He was found dtad bed at the camp of J. F. Duttoo. a Boston business man. He left his borne shortly after his return from Chi cago, for tbe purpose of reeking rest, and was a guest of Mr. Duttoo. The body is on tbe way home to Boston. Ex-Governor Russell arrived here from Boston, yesterday afternoon, for few days' fishing, accompanied by bis brother and Francis Peabody. All retired early last night. Governor Rus sell apparently .in good health and spirits. ' Upotrliis companions trying to arouse him, this morning, they dnf oovered that be was dead. Death must have resulted from heart disease. Letter List No. a. Toe following list of letters remains un called for la Ue postofflce at Las Vegas, N. M., for the week ending July Uth, IMS. Persons cilling for these letters will please say Advertised"; Aragon, Antonio Q. y; Bareli, Manuel; Bradsbaw, Kobert; (turgor, J ; cbavci, Jose 8. ; Cosado, Cr G. de; autierres, Flcr encia; Good bar, J. H. ; tiallndre, Joie L. ; Uoebne, Prudenla; Hudson,. Wm. II.; Knauer, Ferdinand; Lucsro, Uil.na; Muehllg, John, (8); Nott, W. P.; Ortega, Be lsandro; parnell, Wm.; Parsons, L. d., H); Smith, Alanzo; Sc-tt, Elmer; Slsneros, Esqulbel; Velazquez, Manuel. O. VV. ALLES, V. M. f A Plea for Powell. . i What was emphasised as a strictly local joke, is thus treated seriously by the thick skinned, blde-bound Baton Reporter, up the country : Tbe Las Vegas Optio, the leading repub lican paper in flew Mexico, speaks con temptuously because a carpenter, of that town, bas withdrawn from tbe republican party. Perhaps tbe republican party can spare, from iti ranks, the mechanics, and go it alone with the money sharks and pie counter contingent. Tbe following death notice appeared in the 8t. Louis Olobe-Democral, otlastTuee. day morning: MANCA Suddenly, at Salt Lake City, Utah, on July 8th, 1890. Carlo Manca, for merly of 8c. Louis, aged seventy-one yesrs, Funeral from Ad. Meyer's under taking rooms, No. 603 Park avenue, on Tuosday, July 14th, at 9 a. in., to Calvary cemetery. Friends invited. $4.00 PER WEEK. Also a Few Desirable Rooms to Rent. LJJp, 809 Grand Aye., Opp. Clements' Mill, 1 MTani Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report D50UTE!Z.V PUCE YOUNd BAPTISTS. They Meet at Milwaukee In Their Sixth Inter. Miwiw vonvenuon. . ; Milwaukee, Wis., July 16. Bright and , early this morning, tbe 10,000 delegates and visitors to the Baptist lQUBg People's convention were astir, tor four t "surrender" meeting's bad been scheduled for 6:80, in four lead ing local churches. Jhe services lasted untlUS O'clock, whea breakfasting was in order. Promptly, W oclock, the sixth International . convention . was c'allod to order In the great. exposition butldlor by President John 11 Chap man.- The attention of the audience was speedily seoured, and devotional exercises were conducted by Kiv. E W, White,' ot the Milwaukee Taberna cle church. - The services concluded, A. VV. Drake., piesident of the local union, ', delivered an address of wel ootne, and address 8 were also made In behalf ol the: city. A response for the board of managers of tbe International Union and the dek gates came from E. M. Poteat, of New Haven, Conn. The preliminaries over,1 General Secretary Dr. trnk L..Vilkins, of Chioago, pre sented the Annual report cf , the board of managers. He stated that,, while there' were tover 8 600 Christian1 En deavor societies in the denomination, each cburcb.was free to have a denomi national society of Its owQAorganized according to its own fequireuionts. Lie commented CDon the Dtldaomenal growth of thr union from delegate representation. oi a.uuo in ltm, . .. This afternopa's session was opened by a praise service, followed by a sym posium upon 'tThe Society as a Train ing School for the Church.", Then the delegates scattered to tbe workers' conferences, that in Lincoln hall con sisting of an bpea parliament, con ducted by Rev. C. B. Allen, of Helena, Mnt., and VV. N. Groat, of Chicago: At the Grand avenue Methodist cburcb, met and publication matters were con sidered. At the Grand avenue Presby terian church, a temperance parlia ment was in session; while tbe state and provincial officials convened at tbe Y, M. C. A. hall. There was also an open parliament on stats) and provin cial work, oonflMtea f Kav. w. S. Abernatby, of -Minneapolis. -- A Day of Decline. " Wall Street, N. Y., July 16. Thy stock market opened irregular, some of the active issues showing galas of l per cent., while others lost anywhere from X to per cent. Sub sequently tbe entire list developed weakness, and under pressure of bitb -nd short stock, a general decline Walter Dearden, Aisayer and chemist rnnldad, Colo. .; 137-tt Native bran at the Las Vegas Roller : ,,i6o-tf socials, rent i ; 50 s-tf mills, at 80c. per 100. For parties, conoerts and Rosenthal Bros', ball. OF LAS Capital Paid in Surplus, - OFFICERS t DB. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President, FRANK SFEINGES, Vice-President. .,': ; t D. T. HOSKINS, Cashier. I, . ? F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier. J3B" rSTERKST PAID OM T1MK DEPOSITS IJE THE LAS VEGAS SAVINGS BANK. IST-Save your earnings by depositing them they will bring yon an inoome. Kvery dollar saved, Is two dollars made." , , ; , ,. EtiT" t ' Ho deposits received of less than $1. Interest paid on all deposits of $6 and over. O. Li HOUGHTON, .DEALER IN Hardware, -Steves & Aericnltnral Implements OF ALL KINDS. A large stock of Swves and Plows now on hand, whioh will be sold a little above cost. These goods are all warranted to be of the very best mane in ins United States, and to give perfect satisfaction. At the Old Stand on Center Street.' Bargains offered of UNEQUAL VALUES, f In all our Departments THIS WEEK. O TO XV iV I South Side" Plaza We offer our assortment of Brocaded Figured Silks, For 79c Value ?3 ER 60MB SPECIAL RATES, Commencing June 1st, we will sell round crip tickets to Pueblo, at $15.70: to Colorado Springs, $18.50; to Denver $23 15. Ticket limited to one day io each direction, with final limit for return, No Vember lfitb. 18KB. Annual Conreutiun, International Assn of Fire Engineers Salt Lake City,' Utah Aug. 10 tol4tb. U6. Dates of sale Augost 7th and 8tb. Une lowest Orst-claas standard fare for the round trip, plus $2, all tickets to be good for continuous pas sage in each direction. Leaving Salt Lake on August io and oniv. National People's Party (PopulUt) con vention and American silver convention at 8t. Louis, Mo., July tld, 'U6. Prom Las Vegas to St. Louis and return. $33.70. Tick ets on sale July 18th, 10th and 20tn. !: limited to continuous passage in each direc tion; llnal limit, July SSlKh, 'Ho. - National Ebcanipment O. A. R. at St Paul, Minn., September 1st to 4th 1806. From Las Vegas to St Paul, Minn, and re turn, $37.20. Tickets on sale August 30th and 31st 1806. final limit September 16tb.l89tt, All tickets deposited with joint agent on or before September 15th will be extended to September 80th 18!)(5. National Dental Association Saratoga, N. Y., July 81st to August 8th, 1896. Fare and one-third on certificate plan for tb round tiip. ' C. F. Jonbs Agent T7MJK KENT FurnlBhed adobe residence, JL' next to the Episcopal rectory Apply to Mrs. Adln U. Whltmore. . in 2t TjORRENT Nlaely furnished rooms, sin JD Kle or In suite. Inquire of Mis. 8. A. Hume, corner tigtun auu d act son streets, nasi ui vegas. rriBE COLUMBIA BUILDIJfa AaTD LOAN s association Tfers secure Investments for large and small sums. Money loaned on real estate. T W. HAIWARD, C, . WRAT, President. Axent. MO.VBY TO LOAN On Jewelry at the Mexican Filigree Jewelry Co's. store, St. Nicholas block. 208-6t ' V V .,1" I' V 1-1 . T 1 V I . .'.n.nnn J n watches and Jewelry repairing of all kinds done B. LUJN JC tO , tf Bridge Street. DON'T PAY RENT $100 cash and S3 a month for seventy months, will pay for a three-room residence, with good yard and good neighborhood; centrally located. Residence lots uve years- time. 149tf - J. H. TBITLlEBAtnt. Goto C RITES' t SfiomiirHaiitore, FOR- REFRIGERATORS, And Household Goods of all kinds. Next door to P. Ov. East Lai Vegas. )WILLIAM BAASOH. who Is willing to stand or fall on his merits as a baker, has constantly onsaJsattha LAS VEGAS BAKERY Opposite Postofflce, West Side. fBXSH BBIAD, CAKES AND FIB Bpeolai orders filled on short notloa. VEGAS. $100,000. 60,000. Hbnrt Gokb, Pres H. W. Kkixt, Vice Pres. D. T. Hoskins, Treas. Paid up capital, $30,000. 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