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'Vega AIILTOFTI EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 10, 1896. VOI XVII. NO. 241 LA3 BRYAN'S BIG BOOM Crowds Greeted Bryan at Every Stop, on His Way tcrPitts burg, Pa. PANIC NARROWLY AVERTED Heat Prostrations in the Cities Still Continues to ,be Yery Numerous. ARMY RETIRING BOARD i Vanwkht, Ohio, August 10-Wm Jennings Bryan was at it. early this morning, and bad hardly left off hand shaking after leaving Chicago : before he began it again. He did not get much sleep last night, as people were inn t.r him hot or pan rtsvliirhC and dawn, and although be went to bis berth shortly after midnight, he was routed out between 1 and 2 o'clock to see an immense crowd at Valparaiso, lad. He was again and again cheered. The crowd wanted a speech, but Bryan told them be could not talk at that hour of the morning. Columbia City was reached at 4:40, ana another crowo was present. There was no lack of enthusiasm because of trie early nour. At Ft. Wayne, this morning, more than a thousand were waiting for the Bryan train when it arrived at 6 . o'clock. Mr. Bryan has decided to ' make no more speeches until he reaches Pittsburg. His voice has become husky from his two hard days in Iowa and Illinois. Monroevilie, lad. .turned out a large sized crowd which cheered vigorously, and then the train crossed over into Ohio. A serious panic was narrowly avoided at rtnlnhna Dhin. when the train reached' there at 7:13 a. m. Tbe crowd. was large. Mr. Bryan stepped to the. platform and just as tbe expla.. nation that ne coma not raaae a epeeco was finished, tne porch of a store di rectly in front of the train, gave way with a crash, carrying with it more than a hundred people. The -shrieks of those who tumbled into the cellar and the frantic eagerness of others to get awsy, started a mad, panicky rush. "Stand still, aon t move," onea wr. Bryan, and tbe words brought the frightened people to themselves. No body was much hurt. When this was told Bryan, be remarked to the crowd : 'It you would get on our platform it wouldn't fall down.'r A laugh fol lowed and the people recovered enough from their fright to cheer the nominee as the train moved off. In addition to tbe newspaper correspondents on tbe Bryan train are national committeemen from Illinois, Kaosas and Nebraska. Lima was reached at 7:45. Fifteen hundred people were waiting, and the demonstration was enthusiastic. Mrs. Bryan made her first appearance of the day and stood by her husband's aide. ..V .. Pittsburg, Pa., August 10. A special train, bearing the democratic uouuty oommittee and a hundred others, It ft Pittsburg this morning for Canton, there to meet Mr. Bryan and party, who will arrive here this even ing.. At. 8 o'clook Mr. Bryan will make a short address in tbe opera bouse. At the same hour, Richard P. Bland will address an ' overflow audi ence in Avenus theater, and at the conclusion of his speech in tbe opera iiouse, Bryan will go to the Avenue theatre, making a short speech there, while Eland will make an address in the' opera house. A great tbrcng is anticipated. Upper Sandusky, Ohio," August 10 Bryan's progress has . been one con tinued ovation. He spoke brit fly at Ada, Buoyrus and Duofcirk to big crowds. An Advancing- Mmrkst. Wall Street, N. August 10 The week opened with a firm and higher-, market for stocks, tbe leading issues having advanced H to 3 J per cent, on extensive covering of short contracts. Sugar led the -upward movement, rising to 98.' Rock Island advanced , Northwest ,1, Southern Railway preferred, and other atocks i to per cent. , Sullivan A (ain In Sight. Boston, Mass., August 10. The -finishing touches of the refitting and decorating of tbe Clarendon hotel, on Tromnnt i rent, are beiotr civet), and local engraver has an order for 5,000 MrHa thn inanrinlion UDon which ?. nifies that John L Sullivan is proprietor and manager or tne.nosieiry. Accord ing to breseot plans, be enters tbat p sition next Monday. The "sample rnnm" annex baa been BOTH eouslv fit ted up. and here it is likely to be, tbat ftbe retitf d pugilist win oe most in evi dence at manager ana nirector. tui jivan ( still under contract with Par iod DatieJ, but most of their theatri. cal engajfeaaenta have been canceled, And be will not so out on tbe road ex managers of the theaters booked may insist Upon. Th TonU ChuitlploiHhlp. NafttUGANSKT PlKR, R. I , August in -..The Dlav for the annoat .national ieanis championship under tB auspices m . xt itn.l 1 m tannli daavni t Inn ' V - - - ,mvioed here today with a large attend ofnlavers. The programme for 'this week's events is oobfinrd to the doubles, and between the winners at - tbe recent tournament at Chicago and the eastern champions. The winners jot tbe present matches will play Mai olm Chase and R. D. Wrenn of New crt, fO? tS9 E8l!0!!!l! CBHJM0na!!'i' next r week. The caampionsnips 10 eineles will also be held next week nd the winner of the tournament will Afterward meet Fred H Hovey, the present champion, for the national (hampiocfbip. THE ARMY RBTWINQ BOARD. rji-eat Interest Taken in th Outcome ol Some Cases Now Being Considered, Chicago, Illinois, August 10. Be bind closed doors at tbe army head. quarters In the Pullman building, a re tiring board assembled Ibis morning tor tbe purpose of bearing an anuiu all j large number of cases.1 Both tbe board and the officers slated for retire ment make' the meeting -of national significance, nd tbe session is also notable from tbe faot tbat most oi tne officers summoned before the board have engaged counsel and subpoenaed large numbers of physicians and other witnesses, with tbe view oi demon strating that they are still in condition for active service, hipeciai interest attaches to the oase of Col. Robert h A. Crofion of the Fifteenth infantry, for some time past stationed at Fort Sheridan. Those barracks nave oi late gained considerable notoriety from tbe numerous shooting afflrs, assaults aod scnudfcls tbat have occurred, it is understood that Colonel Crofton some time since rejected an iotimation from Washington that his retirement wouio be acceptable, and the aotion of tbe war department in ordering him before the present board is not unexpeoiea The results of the conference will not be made known until announced by the secretary of war. DEATH-DEALINQ WEATHER. Residents of the Cities Sweltering In the Tef rlble Heat, with Fatalities Nu Chicago, Illinois, August 10. There is no let-up in the torridity of the death dealing weather Chioago is experienc ing now-a-days. Up to 10 o'clock this morning, three deaths were reported, and the probabilities are good for nu. merous other prostrations before tne day is over. No relief is in sight, and the prediction is made tbat tbe tem perature will go above 95 this after noon. St. Louis, Mo., August 10. There is co abatement to tbe frightful heat from which this city has suffered during th last ten days. This morning z ae grees was reoorded, and the day bidj fair to be a record-breaker. Fortjp nine cases of heat prostration were tw ported to the health authorities in to past twenty .four hours, of which nine were fatal. New York, N. Y , August 10. At noon, thermometers indicated 93 de grees in the shade. A number of pros trations are reported this tnorntng from various parts of the city. r, Preparations for an Anniversary., New York, N. Y.f August 1Q- A dispatch from London says : A special meeting of the board of aldermen aod court of common council has been calle 1 for the first week in September, for tbe purpose of initiating the pre parations for the oelebration, next year, i of the sixtieth anniversary of Queaa : Viotoria'8 accession to the thrpne. -At this meeting Matthew Wallace, the chief commoner, will move a resolu tion for the presentation te ber majesty of a loyal and dutiful address of con gratulation, on her retainment of a longer tenor of sovereignty in England than any previous monarch. The ad dress is to be engrossed in gold upon vellum, and its preparation, together with the engraving and chasing of the massive gold casket in which it is to be placed, will occupv several months. The forthcoming meeting will probably decide up an a general holiday next June, and a succession of fetes to oc cupy an entire week. . Festivities Resumed. . J Cleveland, Ohio., August 10 1 After an interval of ten days, the fes. tivities incidental to Cleveland's cen tennial celebration were resumed to day with the preliminaries to .the Cen. tenniftl yacht regattaarhich will be participated in by yacht clubs from a large number of neighboring porta east and west, as well as from . Canada. The program hi to-day included tb reception of yachts and guests by the local oommittee, Commodore George H. Worthicgton doing tbe honors; which ceremony was followed this aft ernoon by a review of the visiting yachts by the committee and the Cleve land yaoht club. The races will com mence to-morrow. : The Wheelmen. Louisville, Ky , August 10 The seventeenth annual meet of the League of American Wheelmen opened up aus piciously to-day, although the raoes proper will not be inaugurated until Thursday. This afternoon there was a big run from headquarters in the Hampton college building to fountain terry park, while this noted resort will be tbe scene to-night of the in augural "smoker". Tens of thousands of corncob pipes, bales of tobacco and solids and liquids ad libitum will en gross the visitors nntil aPer midnight. SOME SPECIAL RATES. Commencing June let. we will sell round crin tickets to Pueblo, at S15.T0: to Colorado Springs, $18.60; to Denver, $23 IS. Tickets limited to one day la each direction, with final limit for return, No vember 15th, 1896. . Annual Convention, International sYsen, of Fire Engineers Salt. Lake City, Utah., iu to itn, "vo. uttee or sate, Augoet 7th and 8tb. One lowest first-elan standard (are tor tbe rcutid trio, olus 12. ui uciets to oe gooa ror continuous pas sage in each direction. Leaving Salt Lake on August 15 and 82 only. National Encampment G. A. R. at St Paul, Minn., September 1st to 4th 1806. From Las Vegas to 8t Paul, Minn, and re turn, (85.30. Dates of sale, August 30th and 81st 1896; original return limit Hep-em-ber 15th, 1896. Continuous passage in each direction ; going passage to commence date of sale ; return passage to commence date of execution. An extension of final limit to September 30th, 1896, will be Kranted on all tickets deposited with joint agent of terminal lines at si. raui on or Derore Ben tember 15th, 1896. Great Council of the "0. 6." Improved Order of Red Men at Minneapolis; Minn,, oepiomoer tin to lun, -us. rare ana one third lor round trip, on certificate" plan. , Grand Lodge, "I. O. O. P.." at Albn oarque. N. M , September 8tb to 12 tb. 06. from Las Vegas to Albuquerque and re turn, (ft 80: dates ot sale. September 7th. 8th and 9th; limited for return looludiujf C, t. ton Afsst, A DAY'S FATALITIES Oeath and Destruction by Wind, Water and th Deadly Electric Car. LADY TENNYSON IS DEAD Observation! on the Eclipse of the Han Were Highly Sue ceasfal, Yesterday. NEWS FROM SANTA " FE Laxcaitkk, Fa., Anrust 10. The disaster oa tbe Coiuosbia-Dooegal elao trio railway lata last Bight, was the worst tbat has oeetirred in this count In meoy vears. t'p to ihls morning six persons are dead, mi two injured, soma very seriously, aed several art expected to die. 1 he eocljeol occur, red at a heavy curve. It's eiaet cause will probably never be known, the mo torman being dead and the statements of passengers widely diner. A large crowd bad gathered at Chickies park lait evenioK to escape In beat. The ill fated car, a closed one, was the Grit to leave tbe park after tbe concert, aod was packed. At a heavy grade in north Columbia. I be ear attained a great velocity , which the motorman was unable to check. Tb brake re fused to work, f'ateeogers were thrown from their seats and panio ensued. As the last curve was reached, the car left the iraok, shot across the turnpike, a distance of eesrfy s bund red yards, and crashed into train aod then tumbled into a ditch twenty feet deep. , Otaervatieae Saw ttuL London, Koglaod, August 10 !u patches received ber frons Yokohama and Tokio, Japao, say that tbe observations of the ec'lpse of tbe sua, yeetetdey, were vary successful. The sky was clear and advices from Bodo, ftorwsy, say the observations ot the eeU(e at thai glace were perfect. . 1 1 Lady Teaarsva penis. London, England, Aujuti 10. Ltd j Emily Tennyson, widow U tire late Lord Tennyson, tbe poet, did this morning of congestion of the lungs, CONDITION CKITICAI 'London, England, AoEoet 19 The condition of Sir John MllieU, ptmdeoi of the Royal Aoademy, 1 tsuemely critical. , Csse as Ms Dee. Special Ttlrgram to (A OpHti Santa Fit, N M., Aoguat 10 .Tbe Santa Fe Brewing company ttoaed It doors, to-day, no reason beiof aasigaed ir the suspension, eioept that of a failure to oarry oo bnsloMi, owlog to the financial depression. It Is ti- pected that Mr. Sobobert wit: locale eiaewhere, where be may derive more fidfcbolaf benefit. Hemlaremy'a Cee4IUae). Special Telegram to (ha Optic. Santa Fe, N. M , August 10, HW. Tbe condftioti of w. 8. ilsmingway at this boor (11:30 a. m.) It greUv las proved, and it-la sow though! by tbe attending physletaDS, tbat uoli aome tbing onforeaeet should take piaoe dur. ing the dayt he will make a speedy re covery. There are no new develop. ments in regard to bow tbe shooting occurred. - ' Five Drew"4. Fbiladklpbia, l'a , August 10. Five persons were drowned in tbe Del aware river last night, near Br!Uesburg, by the overturning ot a row-boat dur. tne a gale, lbe viotims are: Jobs rreoalM-ajulChailef Minolck, of Cio- cinbati, aad Amelia Hotmao, Itoie urelufnger aad Rosie BreiolDger, ol Fblladelphla.. BfCNTON Harbok, Mich., August 10. Four persons met death by drowning while batblng north of here, yester day. A DESTRUCTIVE WIND TOB.M. Immense Damaa Don br tbe Eleaaeat . Saginaw, Mich. Saginaw, Mioh., August 10. A ter ribly destructive wind and electrical storm swept over Ibis city, this morn ing;, doing (rreat damage. The wurki of tbe Bartlett Machine and Illuminat ing company was unroofed, the power house of tbe Union street railway com pany suffered In a like manner, aod tbe oar servloe is suspended. 'The Erds piano factory, Wick Bro's. boiler shop, Melze, Smart & C'o.'s warehouse, r almerton's wooden ware works, and tho Saginaw basket factory were un roofed or otherwise badly damaged. Thousands of trees were uprooted. Tho damage will reach 100,000. . And What ol Itr New York, August 10 A London dispatch Bys : The report (hat the Emperor William ot Germany so far ignored the recent marriage of Prloo Carl ot Denmark and the Priuoets Maud, as not to even send tbe ooupl a wedding present has . been So widely circulated and so stropgly commented upon, that it has been found necessary to issue a semi-oiuoiai denial, in which it is explained that the emperor's offer. ing was not received until late of the evening before tbe wedding, aad con sequently ciuld not bi Included in the list of presents published by the Court Gazette on the previous day. Inquiry based upon this announcement has de veloped tbe faot tbat the ,.empnrdr's present was a silver candeiaofa, such as might be obtained at any- London silversmith's for a matter of twenty pounas, or f iw. -. Tb promoters of the new biiyol grotndi hav doldd to bu!l4 the iraok above tbe Ubper end of Seventh street. Instead r,i across the track, where tb 'ground wti found too soft to be prantu-sbl tor a food Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report mm ' A Oeod Ma DJ. , Still la tbs prime et lire. Von FeUciano Seadf tapired at 1 a, aj , Bunday, at kit bom scrost tbe rlvel, a victim to drop sy. The dmad diasas was fought, inch by lush, by tb beat medical skill ley the city, for several weeks, but the latter attended by tb kladett ar of bis two eons and a host of relative aed f Heads could, not spar this community . of js most sensible loss. Beuor Etc ud era hat- left behind blm an enviable memory a a kind husband, dutiful father, an induUious and frogal elttstn. Hs eojuytd Ike dietloclion of nevr having be a party to any litlga tl jo, whatever, or disputes with hit neigh bor, an (sample well worthy of Imitation by bis eonlemporarre. ". Hi wl(a, MuJralllla Floras, preceded blm to lb trav hardly a yesr'ago. tie was lo his flfty.ulnth.yesr, and leaves two soaa, ageit rsipcctively twenty-eight and nineteen. . , A raojt isteresties ae4 edifying !c!dct was repeatedly witnessed bf Tub Pptio reporter of 1st, lu the Xrsquenf vlsita of lb late.Mrs. Eecuder' crt-jcrandaioth-r to his bedside. Tb old lady, beat down by age but still posaeisinK perfect hearing and sigh, could b seea wiodiog her way from her horns, varal block, distant, to the Escudsre bouse, unaided and wltb the eely eomptaloa of, a walking- stick. Bhe Is now said to be la ber alaety -seventh year Ur. Kseudero's remslns were interred la tb Calbolle etrotery, near tbe parochial cborrh ot Las Vegas, at 6:30 p. m., Sun day. May bis ashes rest In peaoe and bis soul in tbe happiness of Old, bis Maker. Rpbte'L. M. Ross, Real Estate " AND INSURANCE AGENT. Prices to Silt lie Tiiei, Lots from $100 op. BOLK AGENT of the Hill-site Town Co. addition, and the Eldo rado Town Co. lower addition. Residences, Business Properties, . Loans, Mortgages and becuntiea. twlrshla Arm rmtMrtlas; Fai ma oader frrtMSkin DlaefeM. Dfflot OB tJHWI TI BftMHOUU. i. IAS VE0AI. WILLIAM B A ARCH, mho I wtlllu to Und or fall on hi Baritsa baker, has eoasteAtly. eaeaJaatUi . LAS VEGAS BAKERY Op posit PostorBos, Weat Bid. VSKS11 AD, OAKKS AHD FIBt oanlai ontae filled on short miMi. OF LAS Capital Paid , in Surplus, h- SAN IK NATIONAL BANK, DO. J. M. CUNNINQHAM, President, FttAN$,SBLNGR, Vice-President. . ' . i. ' ; D. T. HOSKLNS, Cashier. F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Caahler, rj ntTEBKST PAID OH T1MB PKPOSITS 1JBI THE ,.. - LAS wmxsB SAVINGS BANKf rrflav yoor nlnBS by depositing thhra In tbe las vibaioaviws -Ikly wUl briog yea a inoome. Every dollar saved, is two dollar made." yaw. .Ims,.!. mimIH rtt Iahm than SI. Interest paid on O. L. -DEALER IN Hardware. Stoves & Afrricnimr OP ALL . . . . J tii . Xt& 53. TaU Wanted to be of the very best make la the UnlUMl Slates, m4 to gWe perfect satisfaction. -Wel "i. At tk-nid Rtand an Center Btrert. Larger Stock, . Ea,tSwe customed Better, Assortment, vr-ryw And Prices tfiat Have Lost Tlieir Bottom, Our Corxet Department must room for I new line or corsets. ar! "1 -":rM Oar Sl.:a Ciirt.it si Our tl Vi t.'iW' ' nr.et Waists et. Our xfto laillt.' Cofwt Wal-ls at jLUkVtNJCV-.1- .,w.-- rr? m M SPECIAL NOTICES. F OR SATjK Mf house hold Affects. T,OK RENT -T" Episcopal C ape,- fnr X? nlshed. Enquire ol Mr. K. J. Van Patten-. ... , 131.1 "VtANTEfJ A g?od well-drllTer. Can Sf. TV care tteaily employment at good wages, uj applying to J. Bl.hl. tuit WANTED Solicitors for campaign book "Bryan, Sewall and r e Bllver," authorised by Bryan written by . L alet: calf, e Itor of the Oinalia World-Herald , ap rolnted author by Bryan.' Cont Ins speeches and platform. A bona for nvenrs, a free silver mine fjr workers. Only $1. SO. The only auttiorlts I b ok, Si rer cent. Credit g ven. s" eight - paid. Outfit tree. Begin no w.th hole of ter ritory. I'e manenc, profitable work for Star Building, Chicago, v.). auuie, i uc piuiiiouai own twern, aas nu THE COLUMBIA BUILDINQ A?TD LOIN , association offers secure Investments for large and small- sum., sloney loaned on re 11 staie. , , T. W. Hatward, C'.'C. Wav, President. .- , Ant. MONEY TO LOAN. On diamonds. - watches and Jewelry repairing of all kinds done. SLij.i- A Co . tf Brlflxe Street. DoM'T FAY rent lioo cash and ss a month for seventy months, will pay for a three-room' residence, with good yard and good neighborhood ; centrally located. Residence lots five years' time. imt . . J. II. TBITUEBACBT. $4.00 PER WEEK. Also a Few Desirable Rooms to Rent. 309 Ave., Opp. Clemenla' Mill. . . New Br unswick Restaurant, Under tbe new manage- ; " inenf, will set the........ ' BEST ME&L IN THE ITY FOR 25 CENTS. Rnnclal tables reserved for ladie ad families. . Your patronage is solicited. M. S. DUDLEY. , ' " frop. VEGAS. $100,000. 60,000. Henry Gokk, Pres H. W. Kkllt, Vioe Pre. D. T. Hos kins, Trees. i Paw "P capital, $30,000. alt deposit of $6 and over. KINDS. nn h.nrf whlnh will be soldalittlt haox uio ,r,uA,. Cood Tab e Board HOUGHTON HullltS CAN BE HAD HBRli?,. be ciosea out wunm i j . ....e ....i..49o 1 Unreso Corsets at . . 65e - y First National Bank, LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. - JOSHUA S. EATNOLDS, President JOH W. ZOLLARS, Vice-PresUent. A. B. SMITH, Cashier Accounts Received Subject to Check, ; Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Browne I Wan Con, East Las Vegas and Socorro. N. M. Wholesale Grbcersr Wool, Hides and Pelts. Raqch and Mining Bupplies, Fence Wire, Nails, : Picks and: Shovels. BLASTING If QLQlNT POWDER. Cement, Sheep Dips, BAIN W i. - ,. v.. 4 53hi VT" 1 : .ksttMSewwa? - ' A large and complete line of 7! V h Pillllllii aJP" a at" shi inw id is r J llCillll IMPLEMENTS, 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 Oldjcwa Hardware Store, IN'EW BUILDING, D. W1NTERNITZ. A. V WI8 Hotary Pabila, -Establisned 1881.- P. C. HOQSKTT. WISE & HOGSETT, LOANS. AND RBAEi ESTATE, Sixia and Douglas Ave.. a3t Las Vegas, N. M. Imoroved and tjnlmproved Lands and City Property for sale. Investments made and (attended to tor oo -residents. Titles examined, Bent collected and Taxes paid. ' C'mt Par Frif - tw HOSIERY. On lot CfciM vrWBlack, Hermsdof Bose, sise i ta ,, " oeoie. ; Oo kit Ledie-' T.-t B'.s i Bote, value of an K cents, f at !l cents. One lot ot tare d iff t kinds of Ladies' Bom. valued et frews 6" mt to 60 cent Hoee, valo at frw 6"1 Sulphur. Wool Sacks. .Steel. Hay Rakes. - ; PLAZA HOTEL - La Vef as, New Mexico. The only hrst-class house in tne -(, city, Headquarters for stockmen. , A.DUVAL, V- A nnata nnatmn taaat t ' All vUHljc ui vmoiuo iint vuivut, jlv Boo per meai; per wees, rames sappucv I.U ...Mtkleiit the naBaft si PTr,wAu W iu ovci iuiu uo sum av awuwaura F.IRS. S. B. DAVIS! Lessee: imTbVthe'aay for iMte tp $1AW; bv 1 month, B to zz; qp The Dandy Wind Mili.! None Better. V? CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. . Tne flnest line of Carriages, Boggles, ILAnaans, sa.reys. rneetons ana uoaa . Oarts in the Southwest, ot tbe best manufacture Idvery and Feed Stablee. " BIOFE STREET, LAS VI0AI IIAEFNER & ROSSIER, ". ' Agents for PIBST WILWA1EE HD, AND iffll ll'il 11 Proprietors Soda Bottling Works. . " B. C. PiTTENGER & CO. OTEAf.1 LAUHDRY. Goods called for and delivered. .