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)AIOTOfTI(G 1 ' I VOL XVII. EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1890. NO. 221 IT ISN'T SO, ITISN'Tl BAPTIST VOUNQ PEOPLE. Th. Orcat Event of in. Day Wat th. Saluta. tlon of th. Flag.. . Bryan Denies that He Ever Was a Member of the A. P. A., or Mechanics' Order. HILL IS STILL UNDECIDED Judge John 13. Stone Nominated for Gorernor of Missouri on the A. P. A. Ticket. . IRISH CLAUSE LEFT OUT Kansas City, Mo., July 17. Wm. J Bryan and family loft Kansas City for Lincoln, at 11 o'clock this morning, over the UuriiDton road, in a special car engaged by bis Lincoln friends. A party of Lincoln people came to Kan- sag Citv to crpftt Mr.' lirvan. and he returned home as their truest, .before he reached Kansas City, he was in ' formed of the reports circulated here that be was a member of the A. P. A., and the Junior Order of Ameiioan Me. cbanics. lie denied he was or ever had been a member of either order In his speech, last nigbt, and tcofc the oo. casino to speak on the right of freedom of religious worship. Alter be is noti fled of his nomination, Mr. Bryan will speak on the subject of liberty in the exercise of conscientious belief. t. Joseph, Mo , July 17 When Mr. Bryan reached the union station In Kansas City, a large crowd bad assem bled and be was cheered lustily. In response to cries of "spejeb," he stepped to the rear platform of the car and said : "Wo are going west In a few minutes; with your kind assistance we will go east next year." A heavy lain has fallen here during the morning. At : Ji.a8t Leavenworth, Weston and Ar mour, crowds were waiting in the pour. ing rain. The train only stopped a minute at each place, and Bryan bowed to the crowd from the rear of the newspaper car. The train aarired at St. Joseph at 12 :S0 p. m. The station platform was packed with people. They Bwarmed around the temporary plat. form erected near the track on which the train stood, and shouted out en- thusiastically. Bryan was introduced by Calvin Burnes, president of a na tional bank, and made a short address, being frequently interrupted by cheers The train left at 1 :05, followed by more cheers. Milwaukkk, Wis., July 17 Songs of praise and jubilation issued from four of the leading Btptist churches at the early hour of 6 o'clock, this morn ing. After these praise services, held under the auspices of the Baptist Young People's Union of Amerioa, there was a bruf adjournment for breakfast, followed by workers1 con ferences on juvenile wotk, social work, missions and inslruotlon. At these meetings, many prominent divines and missionaries delivered addresses. The great event of the day, how. ever, was the salutation , of the flags, which took place in the exposition building, after the noou recess. Hep, resentalives ot eaoh state and provin cial union marched to the platform carrying aloft their banners, and were greeted with resonant cheers from 10.000 voices. The banners cf the Canadian provinces were ' f blue. while those of the different sections in the United States were of red, gold and green. After being marshalled on the platform, brief reports from each of ti e states and provinces were made. Following this interesting service, the various delegations marched forth with banner and song to ' auditoriums in d fferent parti of the city, where separate rallies were held. This even in?, the program of the morning will be continued by the different confer ences. Milwaukee, Wis., July 17. San- rise praise meetings hi all the Protest ant churches opened ti-day's proceed ings of the Baptist Young People's convention. At 10 o'clock lour work ers' conferences were held in the Grand avenue Methodist Episcopal church, Emmanuel Presbyterian church, Cal vary churcb, and Plymouth churoh. The general topio was "The - Young People's Society as a Working Eorce." The attendance was very lare. . Minneapolis Baptists made a gallant fight for the 1898 convention, but at noon gave up the contest. It is learn ed that the board of managers, at their meeting, last night, decided upon Denver. The election of offloers will lake placo this evening, and will prob ably result In the selection of those now serving. AN OMISSION. The Democratic Platform Contain No Refer ence to tbe Irish Came. SEARCH FOR BODIES Hi8hcstofallb.Leavenw' A Number Drowned by the Cap- sizing of a" Ferry Boat at ' Cleveland, Ohio. A LYNCHING'S POSSIBLE ASS&OMJUfWEBX -Latest U. S. Gov't Report OTP First National Bank, LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. The Third Annual Convention of : the State Bankers' Associa tion of New York. A POST-OFFICE ROBBERY Clkvkland, Ohio, July 17. At day break, to-day, the crew of tbe fire tug "Cleveland" returned to the old river bed to continue the search for the bodies of tbe men drowned by tbe Capsizing of a ferry-boat, last night. At 9 o'clock, tbe docks were lined with thousands watohing the search, The decks of tbe steamers "Bessemer" and "Wo'f " were filled to overflowing. It is estimated that nearly 1,000 people assembled to watoh the search tour boats, each containing two men, glided about, trailing a line attached to grappling hooks. When the ill- fated scow was righted, hats, caps and dinner-pails floated from underneath, My God! There is my boy's cap!" shrieked a sorrow-stricken woman, who was completely overcome by tbe sight, and was carried out of tbe orowd. A pathetio ' scene,' which touched the hearts of the on. lookers, ocourred when young ltyan came down early this morning, with bis father's dinner . pail. He had not heard of his father's deatb, and when told, bis grief was pitiful. Three bodies Were still missing at noon. A Lyncnlng; Possible. Dubuque, Iowa, July 17. The pre liminary examination of Christian Eukerleb, wbo Is acousrd of murdering Mina Keil. on July 4th, was opened at Bellevu, this afternoon. Sheriff Mitchell swore in thirty deputies and has closed all the saloons, while excit ed crowds fill the streets. Indiana Racing Law Upheld. , Indianapolis, lad., July 17 The law governing racing at Kobey, was up. held by the state supreme court, this afternoon. Vanderbllt's Condition. New York, N. Y., July 17. The third night of Cornelius Vanderbiit's illness was not so comfortable, though bulletins issued at 9 :30 a. m., said that he was better than yesterday. Ex Gov. Russell's Remains. St. Adelaide dk Pabos, July 17. The remains of tbe late ex-Governor Russell, of Massachusetts, were taken from here on the steamer "Admiral," late last night, and transferred to the train for Boston at Dalhousie, this morning. : Market on a See-Saw. Wall Stkkkt, N. Y., July 17 Stocks opened firm on higher cables from London, prices advancing to i per cent. Subsequently industrials were attacked and sugar, leather pre ferred, tobacoo and Chicago gas drop ped hi to )i per cent. - This weak ened the entire market and the open ing gain was lest. A Split In the Club. cT. Louis, Mo., July 17. After a debate that lasted nearly four hours, last nigbt, tbe Jefferson club, a demo cratic organization of this city, In dorsed the Chicago platform and the nomination of Bryan and Sewall by a vote of G2 to 01. President Wells re. signt d from the club in oonsequence of last night's action. Chicago, III, July 17. There has been a good deal of comment in Irish circles since the close of the demo cratic national convention, concerning the fact that, for the first time in nearly two decades, tbe platform failed to contain any expression of sympathy with those wbo are struggling for the freedom of Erin's I -tie. However, Hon. M. V. Gannon, ex president of the Irish national league of America, ex plains that the only reason such ex pression of sympathy was not included in tbe platform, was that at a confer. ence of Irish-Americans, held on the eve of the opening of the convention. it was decided that it would not be neoessary or desirable to ask for a plank at the hands of the resolutions committee. " , ? Mr. Gannon also said, to-day: "The struggle of Cuba for freedom is just now occupying the attention of tbe civilized world, while the struggles of Ireland are just now in a dormant con dition ; hence we did not regard It as politic to ask tbe convention for a de liverance in favor of the cause which we have so much at heart; especially as it is Known that the oppressed people of Ireland have tbe sympathy of all tbe great political parties in tbe new world, and as , such deliverance might, to some extent, have minimized tbe force of that one in favor of Cuba." -. Heavy Postoff.c Robbery. Carrollton, Ohio, July 17. The post office safe was blown open here, at an early hour, this morning, and a large amoant of money and stamps taken, la addition to a number of re?- lsterea letters. Tbe explosion was heard and tbe sheriff started in pur. suit of the burglars, four in number. They jumped into two buggies and es caped, Oae of tbe f men was injured by tbe explosion. .4 - . .' ;,' NBW YORK BANKERS. . Postmasters' Pay Revised. There baa just been ninflo by the post offloe department in Washington, I). C, the ennal re-adjustment Jf presidential postmasters' 'salaries, going into effect July 1st, tbe salary of tho' postmaster at East Las Vegas having Icon increased from 1,700 to 1,600 and that of tbe post master at Lbs Vegas froirj7 $1,000 to 1,000. ; . . ; . r ; It Is in t 'resting to pole the fluctuations of business of tbe country as recorded by th basinets done In the postofrl.es. If the business ot an oflljs ifcrcasoj over that of tbe previous year, eu Increase ot salary is made. If btufness'-bai fallen oh", then a decrease of compensation to tbe postmaster. follows. Tbe post.ifiicss reflect tbe general business ot the countiy. and tbe tale told by the re-adjustment of sal aries for tbe next year Is, on t Do whole, encouraging. There have beon 'a large number of reductions in salaries, but the Increases bave outnumbered them, show. lax lome improvement In tbe general busi ness of the country. Charles A. Dale, Indianapolis, Indiana, secretary of tbe Citizens' Loin end Trust Co., that city, writes a local attorney that that organization has money on hand wblcb tbey are deslroui of loaning on first mortgage security. Tbe attorney may conclude to take a loan himself, unless be Is besieged with clients llvelior than at present, ,: j. j.' V, .' 7. .- . The spiritualist medium now la this city is doing quite a thriving' business and seems to be giving satisfaction to those wbo incline toward that belief.' By tbe way, it is said that W. B. ,.S :-atton, the Cripple Creek miner, consult; a medium on every business proposition. This may bo a -'tip" for some of tbe miners of this city. v -. . " Tbe history of Vicente Bilva, bis band, crimes and retribution, from tho pen of Manuel C. de Baca, Is now in the bands of tbe binder, and will socn be given to the public. Tbe book will be profusely illus trated and contain only fact?, which, with out tbe coloring of a romance writer, are stranger than fiction. . BOMB SPECIAL RATES. Commencing June 1st, we will sell round orlp tickets to Pueblo, at $10.70; to Colorado . Hprings, $18.60 : to Denver $23 15. Tickets limited to one day Id each direction, with final limit for return, No vemberlolh, 18!0. " Annual Convention, International Astu, of Fire Engineers Suit Lake City, Utah., Aug. 10 tul-itb. '90. Dates of sale, Auost 7th and 6tb. One lowest Orst-class standard fare for Ills rourd trip, plus 2, all tickets to be good for continuous pas sage iu ench direction. Leaying Bait Lake on August is ana ss only. National People a Party (Populist) con vention and American silver convention, at St. Lou's, Mo., July 22d, '88. From Las Vegas to St. Louis and return. $33.70. Tic ets on sale July 18th. 19th and SOtb. '96: limited to contiuuon passage In each direc tion; tiaal limit, JuIyZUtb, 'HO, . National Enoetnpment G. A. R. at St Paul, Minn., September 1st to 4th 1806. From Las Vegas to Ht Paul, Minn, and re tui n, 07.20. Tickets on sale Anifust 80tb and 3Jstl8U, final limit Heptemberl5th,lt9o. All I'caets deposited with Joint agenton or before September 15th will bo extended to September 80th 186. National Dental Association Saratoga, N. Y., July 31st to August 8tb, 1896. Fare and one-third on certificate plan for tbe rouna nip. C. F. Jones Agent. JOSHUA 8. RAYNOLDS, President JOHN W. ZOLLARS, Vice-President. A. B, SMITH, Cashier. Accounts Received Subject to Check. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. inn Clin. East Las Vegas and Socorro, N. M. "Wholesale Grocers, Wool, Hides and Pelts. SPECIAL NOTICES. TJ10R RKNT-Two nicely furnished front I' rooms; inquire at Mrs. J. It. Howell's, r.ej k -v-v-. ,.v.: Grand avenue. FOH SALE A couple of registered Jersey r.ovvs. Charles K. Llebscliner,1 Las I Vestas, N. M. 221-t mulC COLUMBIA BUILDING AND LOAN ) JL association offers secure Investments I tor large and small sums. Money loaned I on real estate. W. IIAIWARD, C. n. WRA-T, President. ' - Aent. M ONKY 10 LOAN On Jewelry at the Ivl Mexican Fllluree Jewelry Go's, store, I St. Nictioias oiock. . - am-ox JlTJL watches and jewelry repairing of all kinds done. tf B. I,r.jN A Co . Bridge Street. .i."..KJl'"..' f- xON'T PAY HKNT ioo cash and 18 f mojth for seventy months, will pay for tnree-room regmence. witn gooa yara and Rood neighborhood; centrally located. uesiuence lots nve years' time. Umt J. H. TBITLEBADaT, i Raqch and Mining Supplies Their Third Annual Convention Is Numerously Attended at Niagara Palls. THE BICVCLB CRAZE. Agents for the English Steel Firms Have Or ders Booked Ahead. . Ma Ctiarfre Piled. Washington, July J 7. Postmaster General Wilson, to-day, said that noth ing in the way of charges? bad been tiled with hi m against Superintendent Flynn, of the railway mail service at 8an Francisco. Assistant Postmaster General Neilson and General Superln. iixnAan IVhlla caiil flint than ha1 ra. ", "J ceived no charges against Ibis official. A. p. A. Candidate. Kansas Out, Mo., July 17 The executive committee of tbe American party, tq-day, tendered the nomination for (rovt-rnor to Hon. John 0. Stone, presidio? judge of the Jackson oounty court. He at once accepted in a brief letter. Tbe nomination was effected without tbe formality of a convention, by circulating petitions all over tbe state, asking that Judge fcUooa bead tbe ticket, each signer promising to vote for him. Judge Stone bas been prominent in A. P. A. cirotes ever since tbe order was founded. His campaign Is expected to cot an important figure jn Missouri, this fall. Senator Hill Still Undecided. New York, N. Y , July 17 Sena tor. Hill, accompanied by James VV. ilinkley, cl airman tf tbe democratic Htate committee, and cx-Litutenant. Governor Sbeeban, came up to tbe city, this morning, from Normandie-by-the-Sea. Senator Hilt will return to the seaside, late this afternoon, and remain there until next Tuesday. Jt will per haps be several days, or even longer, tiff ore Mr. Hill will state bis position fn the coming campaign. Heisadvii, d by a rumber of close friends to re pudiate the Chicago ticket, but while it seems clear from his expressions, that- the .nominees cf the democratic convention will not receive hit support, po bM Pot laid locffcoly. Buffalo, N. Y., July 17. The bioy- ole crsze in this country hits proven a bonanzi for the American agents of the English steel firms, and ihe ma jority of them are located in this city and New York. Several of these agents give it ont that tbe entine output for the present year and up to the olose of '97, of the plants that tbey represent, bas already been placed, and that tbey are daily refusing orders. The appli cation?, also, have already bean re ceived for 1898, but, owing to tbe pos sibilities of changes in the price sched ules before that time, these are only being filed for such future action as the market may dictate. Certificate ol Publication. fob the ye.b ending dkc 81, 1890. Teritokt of New Mexico, 1 . Auditor's OthVe Insurance Dept. Office of auditor of fOBLio Accra , Banta Fb, N. M., Feb. 6, 1896. -, It is hereby certified. That the Provident SaviDgs Life Assurance Association, a cor poration orfcamzed under the law. or tbe state of New York, w boss principal ofDos is located at New York, bas complied with all tbe requirements of Chapter 4b ot tbe laws of New Mexico, passed in 1882, en titled "An Act regulating Insurance Com panies '' approved February 18, 1883, (amended APrli , iota), so rsr as tbe requisition of said Act are applicable to said Company, lor tbe yearot our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Hiueij. six. In testimony whereof, I, Uarcelino Gar cia, auditor ot public accounts for th Territory of New Mexico, bare hereunto set my band and affixed my seal of office, at the city of Santa Fe, tbe day and year first above written. SEAL MARCEMXO GARCIA, Auditor of Public Accounts. Niagara Falls, -N. Y., July 17 The Interest manifested In tbe present monetary discussion is probably re sponsible for the unusually large at tendance at tbe third annual convec tion of tbe state bankers' association, which opened to-day at the Interna tional hotel. All the leading banks of tbe state were represented, and there were many visitors from Ohio, Michi gan and New Jersey. The convention was called to order at 2 o'clook by Hon. Bradford Rhodes, and after prayer by Rev. A. S.Bacon, the annual reports of the offloers were presented. The questions of bank ex aminations, restrictive indorsements and tbe collection of country checks were then discussed by S. G. Nelson, vice-president of tbe Seaboard national bank, of New York ; Hon. Seymour Dexter, of Klmyra, and John A. Ken nedy, of Buffalo. At to-morrow's ses sion tbe oonvettioa will take up the question of the prosperity of banks ic. tiurlng the prosperity of the people and government. ' W. H. Blood, a former oashier at the De pot hotel, In this city, has been detailed to assist in the management of tbe "Elms," at Excelsior Springs, Mo. Mr. Blood is one ot tbe best known hotel men In the west. Though young in years, be is old in experience. Els connection with the Uen- tropolls, in Kansas City, is well remember ed by the traveling public, and later in the capaeity of manager of tbe Auditorium, at Ninth and Holmes, that city, he made splendid record. His connection with the ''Elms" is a sufficient guarantee of the ex cellence of tbe cuisine. Capt. Fat F. Garrett, sheriff ot Doua Ana county, arrived tram Lis Crucos, . this morninfr, with a patient for the losioo asylum. In the p?ron of Adam F. Ilager, whose brother Is station a acot f irtue At chison company, down at Mesltla Vavk, In tbe absence of Judge Thos. Smith, Judge H. B. Hamilton, of Socorro, bas signed a decree of court referring the I divorce case of Ella M. McCaddon against Geo. B. McCaddon to VV. Q. Hay don, a special master in chancery. Go to CRITE3' The Columbia loans moaey, on the most favorable terms in Las Vegas. 211-tf Walter Dearden, assayer and chemist Trinidad, Colo. 137-tI Native bran at the mills, at 80c. ppr 103. Las Vegas Holler 100-tf Fence Wire, Nails, Picks and Shovels. I BLASTING GIANT POWDER. FOR REFRIGEIUTORS, And Household Goods of all kinds. . Next door to P. O.. East Las Vegas. Cement, Sheep Dips, Sulphur. - Steel Hay Rakes. Wool Sacks. BAIN WAGONS: For parties, concerts Rosenthal Bros', ball. and socials, rent .69-s-tf WILLIAM BAASCH. who la willing to stand or fall on his merits as a baker, has oonstantly -on sale at the LAS VEGAS BAKERY Opposite Poetomce, West Side. rRKSB BREAD, OAKE8 AMI) Pf Special orders tilled on short notloe. m in Capital Paid in MM BAM OF LAS VEGAS. Surplus. J $100,000. 50,000. vrv - 1 1 ffaaisyie PLAZA HOTEL Las Vegas, New Mesloo. only first-class house in the Headquarters for stockmen, A. DUVAL, 7:", .!iai r A large and complete line of In chareoof Cuisine Department. P.atesi 3Co per meal; $6 per week. Tables supplied witn every tiling the market affords, FJIRS.S. B, DAVIS Lessee; montli, $0 to Rooms by the day for BOo to $1.00: by to if 12. . OFFICKBSi ' ! ' DB. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President, FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President. ; ; 7 D. T. HOSKINS, Cashier. A I ' F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier. 12&" JNTKBEST PAIO ON T1BIK DEPOSITS IJEI i Hbnrt Gokk, Pres H. W. Kkllt, Vice Pres. ' D. T. Ho8kins, Treas. THE LAS VEGAS 4 SAVINGS BANK. Paid up capital, $30,000. Vear Twenty-first Annual Statement for the Endtnr. Dec. 3it, 189s- Income In ik 2,J7S,6S3 17 assets January 1st, IS 6 l,U81,X5S Si Liabilities, 4 per cent, standard. OS Surplus t "80,631 U Otkho & Fmith, Agents. It Las Vegas, N. M. Atchison eendacters on hereafter se cure gilt badges for their oaos at the Atch ison storehouse, in Topeka, for f 1.10 each, lieretcfcrt, conductors' badges cost f 1 Vice-Presidsot Morton, of the Atchison, is well acquainted with W. J. Bryan, tbe democratio nominee for president, having known him for several years, fie says that he Is a man of very high character, a good orator and an able lawyer; that if elected to the presidency, be bas tbe execu tive ability to Oil that office with honor to his party. Eoglneer Amos Beeler, the lion-tamer of the Atchison, has returned to Topeka,from a two weeks' viBit in Canton and.Hasailion, Ohio. ' Canton Is tbe old home of Engineer Beeler, and this was his first visit for twenty years. While there, be witnessed the demonstration In honor of McKinley, on tbe day he was nominated for president. KSrSare voar earnings by decositlne them in the Lab Vegas Bavihos Bam:, where tney wui nnng yon an income.. uvery dollar saved, is two dollars maae." y ' Ho deposits received of less than $1. . .J Interest paid on all deposits of $5 and over. p. HOUGHTON, Plows and Points Kept constantly on hand, together with Garden Hose, Wire Netting, Poultry and Fence Wire, STOVES AND RANGES of every description. Your patronage is solicited at the ' " '-" Town Hardware Store, NEW BUILDING, D. WINTERNITZ. The Dandy Wind Mill. None Better. -DEALER IN HardwarerStoYGS & Agrienltural ImBlements OF ALL KINDS. " A large stock of Stoves and Plows now on hand, which will be sold a littlt above cost. These -ocds are all warranted to be ol the very best make in tbe I United States, and to give perfect satisfaction. At the Old Stand on Conter Street. , ' EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M. A. A. WISB, Notary Public. Established 1881. P. C. HOGSETT. WISE & HOaSETT, LOANS AND REAL ESTATE, 'Sixth and Douglas Aves., East Las Vegts, N. M. Improved and Unimproved Lands and City Property for sale. Investments made and attended to lop non-resiaents. iicies ezaminea, items collected and Taxes paid. H.L; CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. The finest line of Carriages, Buggies, Landaus, Suireye, Phretons and'Hoad Carts In thi Southwest, ot tbe best manufacture Livery and Feed Stables, sninrr street, us veca $4.00 PER WEEK. Also a FewDesirable : . . Rooms to Rent. LI Mp, ?09 Qraoi Are., Opp. plemenls' Mill, O A. Xv I South Side Plaza. Bargains offered of UNEQUAL .VALUES, - , In ; our Departments THIS-WEEK. Our $2 oo, $2.25 and $2.50 . Parasols, in all Shades, With Large Ruflles, We offer for $1.50. HAEFNER & ROSSIER, , - Agents for 1IIE Bl, AND 1 We offer our assortment of f Brocaded Figured Silks, j . Hi the most ilesiruiile patterns, For 79c. Value Is $1.00.! FANCY SUMMER SILKS - Dark Ground, FOR 35 CENTS. 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