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COPY A 'SGAS IDaIOT OfTIGo VOL XVII. EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY EVENING; AUGUST 8, 189G. NO. 240 A TRIUMPHANT TOURl Candidate Wm. J Bryan's Tri is Almost one Continuous Ovation, so far, THE GOLU DEMOCRATS The Intense Heat Snffered St. Louis Still Continues .Unabated. - at THE ECLIPSE OF THE SUN Chicago, Til., August 8 Nominee William Jennings Bryan will be the recipient of a demonstration on bit ar. rival bere, this evening, en route New York, where, next Tuesday, be is to receive tne oiuoial notiuoailoa ol bis nomination. The arrangements for his reception nave beeo perfected by com raittees representing the Cook oounty aemocracy, the trade and labor assem uly, several typograpnioal unions, the uur ouugress, vook oouniy central committee, street car employes' union aod both wings of the peoples' party. a delegation representing these organ iaations left at noon to-day for the pur pcss ol meetiog bis train at a point . fthlrtv nr tArtv mtlaa nntaiila ha J J - - - W-J and aoting as a guard of honor. On his arrival at the union depot, the mem bers of these societies, headed by the oounty aemocracy marching club aod brass band, will be in waiting, and will escort him through the principal streets to tne Uliiton bouse, from the bal cony of this hotel he will make a short address of thanks, but will dispense with any setspeech, in accordance with his decision to tire the first big gun of the campaign when he receives the notification in Madison Square Gar deo. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan will remain at the Clifton house to-morrow, taking eucn rest as the probable horde of vis. itors will allow, and will leave for the east over the Pennsylvania road late to-morrow evening. Chicago, Illinois, August 8. Hon. William J. Bryan will be in Chicago at anout :uu, .Local democrats have planned an elaborate reception. On arrival, Bryan will be met by promt nent party men and a large parade win oe formed, vv. J. strong will deliver an address of welcome at-Lake Front park and the democratic presi uenuai nominee win maEe a response xnereto. i be welcoming of Mr Bryan to Cbioago will commence at Joliei at 6 o clock, where a reception committee ol Chicago citizens will meet the ,dis ungnished gentleman. . The commit tee left at 8 o'clock on a special train for Joliet.' At Iowa City, Brooklyn and West Liberty immense crowds were gathered to-day . to catch a glimpse of, and .word from Mr. Bryan, Richard P. Bland arrived in Chicago this morning, and will acompany the Bryan party to New York. Geinnkll, Iowa, August 8 Al though the hour when Mr. Bryan de- fjowou uuiu Acauiuiua was Buiuuieuuj aarIV-lorinelI t.ho intnrpar. Anil anthn. ...... .1 1 1 . 1 as elasm" in most people, quite a crowd gathered at the railway station. They cheered as the train drew out. A large crowd gathered to see the democratic candidate at Colfax, which was reaobed just befoie 8 o'clock. At Altoona, where the first stop was made, and at Mitchellville, a number of people as pembled to see and cheer him. Gen Weaver, who accompanied Mr. Bryan from DesMoines, presented the nominee to the people of Colfax, his home. A large gathering assembled as Bryan began to address them.' Unfortunately the remarks which Mr. Bryan intended tp deliver, were cut short by the engi neety who pulled the throttle and ta'rted the train according to schedule. v;This is what he managed to say: 'Ladies and gentlemen: I am very glad to greet the people who live , at tJen Weaver's home. He was a pio neer in this work and was talking for free silver long before it had come to the attention of a great many of us. And I never think of one of these pi i oners who blaze out the way and think of the abuse wbion is generally beeped upon the pioneer, without thinking of trhat somebody said a year or so ago, (hat when one person saw a thing, be was called . fanatic;, when a great many saw.it, he became an enthusiast; nd when everybody saw it, he became hero," - At Newton, Gnnnell and various other points, Bryan's progress was ono continuous ovation, crowds greeting Mm everywhere. At Grinnell the train waited fifteen minutes and the candi date's speech created enthusiastic ap plause. Use "National Democrats " Indianapolis, Ind., August 8 The executive committee of the -national democratic party held its first meeting Ibis morning. The commit tee organized by electirg W. D. By num, of Indiana, chairman. . An ad dress to the public is betrjjf prepared Dcitvar Us From drover. Indianapolis, Indiana, Aogust 8 Most of the delegates of the national confereuoe of the democraiio sound money men left Indianapolis last night cd this morning. By those here to day, Gen. Br-g is discussed s a probable nominee on the sound money ticket for presidency with . Gen. Buck ner to probab'y hold seoond place. The talk of asking President Cleveland to take first place on the gold ticket is quite prevalent about hotels this morn in.'.' ; :xV- . T" Markets oie Bettr. 'WAtl tsTRKKT, N. Y., August 8 3 H Per iower, ow.Df to the 1 i 1 r J O.. tv- wcai caoies iroru wougu. ouuau- quently, a firmer tone prevailed and prices generally moved up to x per cent. Later, it was Armor in ior, rfcijli rose g to mi ' i i ECLIPSE OP THE BUN. How It Will ba Obaervcd and the Men Who Will Watch , It. Washington, D. C, August 8 The total eclipse of the sun wbioh takes place to-morrow will be one of the events ol the oeptory to astronomical olrcles, and if tho conditions are pro pitlous, it will be observed In different parts of the globe by astronomers many countries, some of whom have traveled tens of thousands of miles with this sole obieot id view, . the United States, England, France, Ger many and Italy are among the Coun tries represented In these " parties. Among the noted Americans are1 Pro fessor and Mrs. Davis B.'Dood", Of Am berst college : prof. J . M. Sobaeberle, Liok's senior astronomer: Charles Burokhalter, astnaomsr of the Chabot observatory, of Oakland, and Miss Mary Proctor, daughter of 'the late British astronomer. - Aocording to astrologers the eclipse is likely to be followed wltbtasi months by disasters in Japan, China and Russia. The line of totality be gins in the North sea, Crosses the northern part of Norway and Lapland the Island of Novaya Zmlyn, Siberia and the Japanese Island of Yezo, and ends in the midst of the Pacific Ocean While the eclipse will be principally visible from abroad, an astronomical treat is scheduled for sky-gazers In this country to-morrow or Monday night, in the form ot the great annual mete orio shower. According to the astrono mers, none of the meteors will oome nearer this planet than seventy-five to one hundred miles, although there may oe some tailing fragments. . ANNUAL BABY PARADE. The Annual Event ol Aaburv Pettc Takes Place, With Babies Galore. Asburt Park, N J , August 8. As bury Park's famous annual baby parade took place to-day, with the usual eclat, and with move youngsters in line than on any previous occasion. . There were dark babies and blonde babies, crying babies and crowing bauies, baby heir esses in costly laces, plebeaq babies that looked just as pretty in prints and muslins, babies with bib and tucker and bottles, babies bribed to good be havior with candy sticks, babies in ba by carriages and donkey carts and dog carts, and perched eecarely on the. top of big tally-hos, babies from the east, and likewise from the far west, 'and half-a-dozen from England and the continent. Some were In charge of their fond mammas, others of natty nurse-maids. 1 who dieldud with their afaarroa ib admiration -.or the pectators. Founder Bradley, as usual, was here, there and everywhere, and everybody voted the day the event of the season. . Intense Heat In the East. St. Louis, Mo , August 8. There; is no cessation of the intense heat from whioh St. Louis has suffered during the past ten days. At noon, to-day,' tuo mercury reglstersd 98 degrees. Nearly all contractors have abandoned oot door work, and in twenty-four - hours, ending at noon to-day, forty-seven cases have reported at the city hospital Reports, this morning, from near by points in Missouri, Illinois and Arkan sas, state that tno mercury is ciose to the 100 mark, and in many sections harvesting has been suspended. Chicago, ill., August 8. A man named Eckhart was found dead in: a Madison street room this morning. It is supposed that his death was caused by heat. ; - v ' Quakers In Conference. : . ! Media, Pennsylvania, August 8 For the next eight days the annual con- ference of the Hicksite Friends' (or yuaKers) ot the United States will be held on the grounds of thtf Swarthmore college, and will be participated in by not less man o.uw m e racers oi tne ae- nomination, of both ' sexes. An - im mense tent has been ereoted for the main meetings, and several hundred smaller ones will be used for sleeping aod dining purposes. "The conference opens to-morrow with religious exer cise', and during the week numerous subjects relating to religion, education and philanthropic work will be dis. cussed by many eminent men and women. English Notables Comlaf . New York, N. - Y , August 8. A London dispatch says; Lord Chief Justice Russell, accompanied by Lady Russell and their daughter. Sir Frank vockwood, one of the lenders of the English bar. Lady Lockwuod and Miss Lucy Lockwood, sailed to-day on the Umbria" for New York. - This is the rat visit to the United States of the Lord Chief Justice, and is in special response to the invitation to attend the forthcosiiug convention ot the Ameri can bar association at Saratoga. After this gathering, the party will make a tour of the country, returning'to Eng land during the last week of October. - Interstate Coainerce Coaanlaeloa. Chicago, Illinois, August 8. The Inter-State commeroe commission con tinued its investigation of western rail road discriminations, this morcicz. fraffio Manager Newman, of the Chi cago & Northwestern; Traffio Manager Morton, of the Atohson, Topeka & San ta Fe, at.d Traffic Manager Wellington, of tbe Wisconsin Central, were on the stand and subjected to a rigid question. ing. tiScb of them denied that any rebates had baen given to shippers, un der any circumstances, and Attorney Das was ntaable to entangle them An adjournment was taken till afternoon. Showing el AeeoriateJ Banks. New York, N. Y August 8 The weekly statement of tbe associated bai,ks snow the following conditions: Reserve, decrease, f3 913,025; loans. oeoreaso, fl, 493,300', speoie, increase, $291,100: legul tenders, dearease, $6,166,800; deposits, decrease, f 7,849.. AilO- oirRulutinn. innrnaas. lfi!t 911(1 Tbe banks now bold 113,919,(79 in ex- cvf f of reiicspcgt. - . ' 1 - - - - v A WHEELMEN'S MEET . a-, . :, ... Louisville, Ky., Preparing to Entertain the Thousand of . Wheel Enthusiasts. LAND SWINDLER CAUGHT What was at First Feared a Ter rlble Mine Disaster Happily Proves Otherwise. TEXAS POPS STILL AT IT Louisville, Ky., August 8. Always hospitable in welcoming the stranger within her gates, Louisville has out done herself in preparation for enter taining the tens of thousands of wheel men and wheelwomen who will be her guests next week on the occasion of the seventeenth annual meet of the League of American Wheelmen. For months committees have been sitting daily to pave the way for the event.and the sum total of their work is second in magnitude only to the arrangements for the entertainment a year ago of the national encampment of tbe Urand Army, uutside of lbs regular pro. gram, hundreds of side events have been arranged, to the end that tbe wheelmen may long remember their visit to Southland. There is the lnevi table old-fashioned cake-walk, a wa termelon feast in Iroquois park, for whioh over 5,000 melons are on ice : two smoking parties, for which fifteen bushels of tobacco and 10,000 cob pipes are already stored, and gallons of punch by tbe hundred will be brewed ; a steamboat ride on tbe Ohio river, and other entertainments too numer ous for mention. The city is being gaily deoorated to-day, and by Mon. iy morning will be in holiday attire The arrival are already numerous, at- tbougb the registering of names and issuing oi credentials: will not com mence nntil Monday morning. THE OHIO WHEELMEN. Cincinnati, Ohio, August . 8. Cy clists and their wheels were everywhere in evidence this morning, and the indi cations are that tbe wheelmen and wheelwomen 's parade this afternoon will be one of the biggest things of tbe kind yet seen in the country. Not only are most of the leading towns of the state represented, but there are large delegations from Louisville, Lexmgton and covinetoou. as-weu asirem Indian- apolis add .other Indiana towns. So large has been the number of entries, that the riders have been apportioned into fifteen divisions. Mounted police and police on bicycles will be in tbe first, the lady riders of Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky In the second, fourth and fifth; Indiana wheelmen will have three divisions to themselves, and Ken tucky two; another will be composed of uniformed bicycle messengers of the three states; while the clubs of Ohio, uniformed and uouniformed, will make up the last three divisions. Tbe head of the line moved at 2 o'clock. The committee on review is beaded by Chief Consul-elect Dr. Kempton, of the . Ohio League, the mayors ot all the incorporated villages in Hamilton county and the editors of tbe daily press. . - And They're Still at It. - Galveston, Texas August 8. The populist convention was still In session at 12:45 this morning, trying: to com. plete its state ticket. A Des Molnee Blaxe. , Des Moines, la., August 8. The Pipe and Tile company's plant caught Are this morning. The loss is $30,000; with insurance to the amount ol 918,. Q00. All a Mistake. Berlin, Germany, Aogust 8 The Neueste Nachrickten says that tbe re. ports that Chancellor Yon Hohenlohe had resigned are utterly without foun dation. Harrison Expected to Speak New York, August 8. At thi na tional republican headquarters to-day. General Clayton said it was expected tbat ex-President Harrison would sure- ly address a public meeting in this city. la the Hands of the Sheriff. New York, N. Y., August 8 The sheriff has taken charge of the store of George B. Douglass & Co., commission dealers. Thomas F. Shields was pres ident. Three months ego tbe officers claimed a working capital of $40,000, and that the concern did a business of $600,000 a year. - A Land Swindler Caught. Pittsburg, P., August 8. A land swindle, by which tbe residents of Pittsburg have lost over 100.000 has oome to light and requisition papers for the arrest of J. F. Van Smith, the principal in the fraudulent transaction, have been issued by Judge Porter. Smith is located In Alexandria, Va.,and it is expected that his arrest will be effected to-day. ROCKy MOUNTAIN NeWS , BEXTEB, COLO. jsf Thb BasTVIfFRrfLV Published ' fl.es Per Year la Ad vine. ItMBS the Sliver forces of America. met in Minlnc and Mining stock Reports. Lit OS in Special Departments. met in developing Colorado'! wonderful - resources. - - 1 1 - - i Lttos Id Hewslness, Brightness,' Compre henslveness. LIMBS in Commissions to Ajenti l--v.-i.-- (Writs' for Terms.) . "I : The Great Oliver uai iy ri.. t. , . . The Krwi nubll.hM tha r.nrM.ntiil..n.h.. (daily jid SmidiyJ wert of bt Loul; cartoon with ererr bnue. S3c a ODlh tl.89 foi month la advance. ... or eampK copy Of say !, addraae, is iifi rmma co. Denver, Colon "9, --inatrMfi -mm' a Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Almost Another Mine Disaster. Kankakkb, III., . Angust 8 The boiler room and buildings of tbe Gaid ner Wilmington Coal Co. mine at Clarke City, III., was totally destroyed by fire yesterday. The mine was work ing a full force of men, and by tbe de struction of machinery 300 miners wore entombed 630 feet jn the bowels'-of tbe earth. The miners were placed in tbe gravest peril, lor nj short time, and great excitement prevallel in the vil lage. . As soon however, as tbe fire completed its work, the miners es caped by, climbing long ladders in the airsbaft, and all escaped without in jury. '7 ?: ' - : . ..... Salaries of school teachers in Santa Fe hive been fixed as follows: Prin- otpal.Tilltnon Jenkins,$8& per month; Mrs. Brown. Miss Dickson and Sister Anna Mary,.f 65 per month; Miss Weir, Miss Call, Sister Coastancia, $56 per month.: i, . , RobU.;M.Ross Real Estate AND INSURANCE AGENT. Prices to Salt tie Time., ..; . i Lots from $100 op. SOLE AGENT of the Hill-site Town Co. addition, and the Eldo rado Town Co. lower-- aidition. f - . Residences. Business Properties. ' Loans, Mortgage and Securities. Desirable Acre Properties: Faimt under irrigation intones, umca on 0 FLOOR TAME OPERA HOUSE. E. LAI VECAC WILLIAM BAASCH. bol wllllacto a&aBdor alloB his :er. baa eonstantlv oneaieattha LAS VEGAS BAKERY Opposite Poitofflce, Weet Side. BKBH BBIAD, OAKK8 AND FIKS SixwiUi ordnra filled on abort noHne. Madam Goffrier, THE MASSAGE WONDER, " Ha5 Arrived ! She stands ready to cure all com plaints, no matter how serious or long standing, t Give her a trial and bef convinced. Office and Residence, 711 Main St OF LAS uapitai jfam in Surplus, V. SI IB HI! BANK uvfiokbsi , D9- J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President, . FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President. ., D. T. HOSKINS, Cashier. 5' F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Caahler. tW IHTEBKST PAID OH TIMK DEPOSITS JEt THE LAS VEGAS v SAVINGS BANK. rsave vour earnlnsa bv deoosltinir them they will bring 70a an Income. ' Every dollar saved, Is two dollars mads." . Ho deposits received of less than $1. Interest paid on all deposits of $5 and over. O. L. HOUGHTON, -DEALER IN OF ALL KIITDS. A large stock of Stoves and Plows now on hand, which will be sold a littl above cost." These goods are all warranted to be of the very best make in thH United States, and to give perieoc satisfaction. "-'.J!r At the Old Stand on Center Street. Patronize West Side Stores. j Our Corset Department must be room for a new line of corsets. Our $! .50 Crrsets at .......... , M. 19 Our tl.2i5 Corsets at ....... ."5 Our tl 25 Lidife Corset Waists at. Our b63 ladies' Corset WaUts at .. RQSRNWAIVD'8, SPECIAL NOTICES. F"msXLTJ4yhoa7eho1d m-tt OH AS. RoeBRTHAL. TJIOR SAf.E-A good, ten-horse power eeparmor ami florae rower, complete Aaarese v ra, irann, iJl Aiamoi. a.m. 8ta 2tw TCTORRKNT -Furnished rooms In a private jl.' lumuj , (jdvU location : appij acre - - - .. 23t 6V 17"AN'rED A good well-driller. Can se. y e re Hearty employment at good wages, by appl , lug to I. in hi. 224 -tt fTT'ANTKD Solicitors for campaign book ? v Jirjan, hbwbh ana nee silver, authorised by Brjrnn, written by R. 1, Met calf, e llor of the Omaha World-Herald, an pointed author by Bryan. Cone Ins speeches and plalfortn. A bona sa for ni'ents, a free silver mine for workers Onlyfl.eo. The only Butbortsti bk, 1 lr cent. Credit g-ven. V. eight paid Outfit free. Uegln nov w:th holce of ter I'ltory. ro'nift-t.nt, pr. fltAbln work fni W Addre;s, The National Book Concern Star nullum (j, cnicago. m mi UK COLUMBIA HUILOlNG AND LOAN - association ffers secure Investments for large and small sums. .Money -loaned on real estate. . , T. W. liAT WARD, President C .Writ, Axent. M ONEY TO LOAN. On diamonds watches and Jewelry repairing of all kinds done. tf Bridge Street. D ON 'T PAY KENT $100 ' casn and $8 a montn ror seventy montns, win pay ror three-room residence, with good yard ana gooa neignoornooa; centrauy locuteu Residence lots five years' time. imt J. H. TbitlebauM. $4.00 PER WEEK. Also a Few Desirable Rooms to Rent. 809 Grand Ave Clements' Mill. New Brunswick - Restaurant, Under tbe new manage--uneut, will set the.....( . BEST MEAL III fHE CITY FOR 2S CENTS. Special tables reserved for ladies ad families. Your patronage is solicited. - M. S. DUDLEY. Prop. VEGAS. 0100,000. 50,000. : Uknbt Goki, Pros H. W. Kxixt, Vice Prei. D. T. Eoskinb, Treas. Paid up capital, $30,000. In the Lah Vbqab BAVDisa Bahk. whara ' EAST. LAS VEGAS. N. M. Goo Tie Bop ., Opp. Larger Stock, , Better Assortment, closed out within. 10 da s to rriake Oar 8Sc' C)orset t.il" . Our 65o Corsetpat..4 ;-; :65e .49c .BSa. .660 First National Bank, LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. JOSHUA S. RAYNOLDS, President JOHN W. ZOLLARS, Vice-President. A. B. SMITH, Cashier Accounts Received Subject to Check. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. nasi t-as vegas and Socorro, N. M. v'Holdsale Grocers, Wool, Hides and Pelts Rarjch and Mining Buppliee, Fence Wire, Nails, Picks and Shovels. - BLASTING I GIANT POWDER. Cement, Sheep Dips, Steel Hay Rakes. BAIN WAGONS . . f." A . . . "11 . - ir-xzr r,T.7t f--:-, - .4ISlpiif A large and complete line of IURAL 1MPLEME Plows and Points Kept constantly on hand, together with Garden Hose, Wire Netting, Poultry and Pence Wire, STOVES AND RANGES ; of every description. .. ,;i Your patronage is solicited at the Old Town Hardware Store, NEW BUILDING, D. WINTERNITZ. A. A. WISE, Notary Public . f-EstabllsUed : ; WISE & HOaSETT, LOANS AND REAL ESTATE, .- r Sixth and Douglas Aves., East Las Veas, N. M. Improved an 1 Unimproved Lands and City attended to lor ron-renaeni. line, uimmeu, neui. ouiieoiea uu luci paiu. m 5: Var i' are a ree ' ree. . tf omers. i ... Lf.-.Ao all East. Side Custo hosiery: " One lot Children's -Feat Black, Herasdot' Hose, siz 8 to 8 , at 16 cents. ; One'lot Ladle' Kat Black Hose, value ot same 80 ceDts, go at 21 centa. One lot of three different kinds of Ladles' Boss, valued at from 60 cents to QQ cent foet 8 pairs for ft. OQ, Bottom, ?. Sulphur. Wool sacks. at PLAZA HOTEL Las Vegaa, Mew Meloo. only first-class house in the Headquarters for stockmen,. city. A. DUVAL, In oharseof Colsine Department. Batas ' 860 per meal ; $6 per week. Tables supplied wltn everytning tne market asoras. . MRS. S. B, DAVIS " :. : -'Xj. Lessees' I inuuiue DyThe'day for 60e to $1.00; by "J month. $6 to tl4. - -ct. , ; - The Dandy . Wind Mill. None Better. 1881. . r. C. HUwaaTT Property for sale. Investments made and Vf CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. 1 The finest line of Carriages, Baeglef . - V Landaus, Sa reys, Pbntons and Road Carts In the Southwest, of the belt manufactory . t : 1 ' " Livery end Feed Stblea. BRinrs street. US vrnu , HAEFNER & ROSSIER, Agents for 181 :1IIIIE em AND UH 111 11 Proprietors Soda Bottling Works. B. C. PITTENGER & CO. OTEAM LAUNDRY. Goods called for and delivered,..