EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 11, 1890.
"THE BOY ORATOR"
Bryan's Voice in such bad Con
dition, as to Almost Stop
REPUBLICANS OF KANSAS
A Slight Decrease la the Number
of Fatalities From Heat
FIRE ENGINEERS MEET
PlTTSBCRO, Ta., AUZUSt 11 Wm
J. Bryan and bis party occupied apsoial
parlor cars attached to toe a ay ex.
ureas on the Pennsylvania railroad
leavlnK Pittsburg at 7:30 this morn
lag. Bryan Is in excellent health and
Johnstown,. Peon., August 11,
Nearly 1,000 people were waiting at
, the depot here for Candidate Bryan's
train tbis morning. jbs-UoDgressmaa
Kerr presented Bryan and Bland to the
crowd, both of whom were roundly
cheered. Neither spoke, bat Bryan
book bands with a large number ot
New Yokk, N. Y., August Jl No
meeting of committee to notify Bryan
and Sewaii was held to-day, and it was
decided to postpone the meeting until
12 o'clock to-morrow; Governor Stone,
of Missouri, who is to make the speech
of notification, arrived this morning
Governor Stone said bis speech would
be very brief and formal.
Harrisburo, Penn., August 11. A
physician to-day received a dispatch
from Dr. Ickes, wbo went to Altoona,
to accompany the Bryan patty to Har
risburg, requesting him to be at tbe
Union station here on the arrivai of the
train, with some remedies for Bryan's
voice. The dispatch says Bryan's voice
is In very bad condition.
' ' tailors do To Work.
New York, N. Y August 11. Six
ty co-operative shops were opened this
morntag by tbe brotherhood tailors,
employing 800 men.
WalL Street, N. Y., August 11
Tbe opening of tbe market tbis morn
iog was characterized by firmness, ao-
itive railway issues advancing Y
jper cent. Manhattan, sugar, Grangers
dtnd Internationals leading.- The im.
provement was due mainly . ta higher
prioes reported from London. .
Charged With Manslaughter.
'"' Columbus, Ohio, August 11 Train
Dispatcher Pond and Operator Frlesner,
for the Toledo, Ohio & Central railway,
- were arrested to-day, charged with
manslaughter and being responsible
for . the terrible collision last night.
" Engineer Cullison and St. Clair, the
fireman on the passenger train, were
seriously bnrt and will probably die.
Jim Hall Arretted.
Cower island, N. Y., August 11
Jim Hail, tbe pugilist, was arrested in
New York last night when about to
" meet Steve O'Donnell for a six-round
fight, on the charge of the non-pay.
ment of his board bill. He was ar
raigned in court at West Brighton to
day and pleaded not guilty. Being un
able to furnish bond, he was taken to
r' jail. ..."
The Amateur Oarsmen.
Saratoga, N. Y., August 11. The
annual regatta of tbe national associa
tion of amateur oarsmen has brought
ito this noted resort the leading crack
crews of the country. The regatta
-opens to-morrow and continues on
Thursday. The report to be presented
t tbe meeting this, evening, in tbe
4own ball, of tbe executive board of the
association will show that there are
now ISO clubs in full membership, an
Increase of twenty-five since tbe re
gatta cf last year.
The Sweltering Eat.
St. I.ocis. Mo., August 11. There
was' a slight decrease in tbe nnmber of
" beat prostrations and deaths in the
past twenty f 'ur hours. Yesterday'
prostrations numbered thirty-eight and
fatalities Ave. At 10 o'clock tbis
morning, the mercury touched ninety
two deg'erg, and indications are that
before night tbe century mark will be
Chicago. Illinois, August 11. The
fhot spoil is breaking up In this city.
Only one death has been reported so
far to-day. At 10 o'clock this morn
ing the thermometer register 82 de-
grrees. , ' x -- . .
, New York, V. Y., August 11.
There is nn abatement in the fatal heat
tn this city to-day. Tbe death list
continues to grow and returns received
fr.im various noHce precinct s'stlons
to-day, show fifteen deaths end fiftnon
cases nf prostration due to beat during
the night. The official tetnorature at
11 o'clock this morning was 91 degrees.
Philadelphia, Pa , August 11
Up to 1 o'clock this afternoon three
deaths from heat were reported here
to-day. The victims were Mary Merts
John McGee and George Edward. A
aoore of prostrations are also reported
The raeroury this afternoon stands 96
in the shade. Night seems to afford
bnt little relief from the intense heat.
Tolfdo, Ohio, August 11 John
Rceinthorp. aged forty seven, died to
Any from the heat. Numerous addi
tional prostrations are reports. The
thermometer to-day stands near the
nineties, Tho humidity Is intents.
Milwaukeb. Wis., Auguit 1 1 The
terrible beat has not abated here to-
day, tbe mercury is still at 90 about j
noon, all citv work on the streets has
been suspended, and most of tbe large
contractors who hav outside work,
e shot down tha work en tceonnt
?( tlst beat. 1
THE KAN5A3 REPUBLICANS.
Stat. Convention ot tha R.publlcaa
Opens at Topcka, Kansas, . -
' Topkka, Kans , August 11 The re
publican state convention was called to
order shortly before noon by Hon. Cy-
.... T t I a. 1 i 1..
credentials reported tbe presenosof
850 delegates. Governor Morrill .wilt
be renominated, having two-thirds of
the convention. The other noraloa
lions to be made are lieutenant govern
or, chief justice ot tbe supreme court,
secretary of etato, state auditor, stats
treasurer, attorney general, , superln
tendect of public instruction and coo
gressman at-largo. Fur each noralna.
lion there are numerous contestants
The platform will be a reflex of that
adopted at St. Louis, with a ringing
gold-standard plant. "
Among the numerous papers sub
mltted to ,he committee on platform
was one asking for tbe incorporation of
a plank favoring good roads. It Is
supported by petitions from all parts ot
tbe state, ami contains thousands of
signatures. It Is the first plank on the
sublect to be submitted to a politioal
convention, and reads as follows:
"Tbe republican party, always first
in tbe suggestion and advocacy of all
great measures promotive of tbe publio
welfare, fnvors tbe permanent improve'
moot of our highways, believing that
thereby the cost of transpDrtalion ot
agricultural products to the market will
be enormously lessened, business And
social communication between country
and city facilitated and increased, val
ues cf farm lands, augmented and farm
life rendered more attractive, with tbe
result that tbe exodus of labor from
farm to city and town now going on
and yearly increasing, will be checked,
existing unnatural competition de
stroyed, and industrial distress re
Topeka, Kan., August 11 The re
publican state convention opened here,
to-day, in true iueiauuiBii cauiu uioov.
ing style, 3,000 delegates and visitors
uniting in singiug a new version of the
popular hymn, "Throw Out the Life
Line," led by Rev. John A. Bright, of
Topeka. Sheldon was elected chair
man, which foreshadows tbe re nomi
nation of Governor Morrill on the first
THE FIRB FIGHTERS.
The Twenty-Fourth Annual Convention at the
. Association of Fir Engineers.
Salt Lake Cur, Utab, August 11
For tbe past twenty-four hour?,, -repre
sentative lire chiefs and engineers from
tbe deparments of tbe principal cities
of the country, as well as from Cna.
da, have been arriving bare, to a lien d
tbe twenty-fourth annual-cowveTitlgu of
tbe International association . of nre
engineers. Among those registered at
tbe beadqnarters, in tbe tinutsford no
te), are men noted for sagacity and
daring, from every point ot the com
pass, and many oi mem are accompa
nied by their wives. The welcoming
exercises having been disposed of yes
terday, the delegates this morning set
tled down to business. A number of
questions of importance were discussed,
at greater or lesser length. These in
cluded tbe best and safest plans tor
fighting fires in grain elevators, the
best methods of protecting modern tall
buildings, the benefits of drill sohool
for firemen, and the dangers to be ap-
prenenueu irom mo irausiurmer sys
tem of electric lighting.
Tbe Day With the Wheelmen.
Louisville, Kentucky, August 11.
Bright and early this morning the local
and visiting cyclists were astir, and
there were several thousand in line,
when at 6 o'clock the signal was given
from headquarters for the start on the
century run over tbe original century
course, to trankfort and return, for
inure who preferred to sUes XsXs and
take their breakfasts at leisure a second
programme had been prepared, cover
ing runs to New Albany, Jeff ersonviile,
tbe Falls of the Ohio and Shipplngport,
a distance of twenty-fiver, miles. Tbe
start was made at 8 bTstpck. and there
were a large number of participants.
At 10 o'olock the annual meeting ot
the Kentucky division was called to
order t Ircquois park by Chief Consul
John W. Clendening, This afternoon
tbe visitors will take in the stock farms
and other points of interest about the
oity, and a smoker will be in order at
headquarters from 8 o'clock nntil mid
night. Louisville, Ky., August 11 Tbe
first day of tbe League of Amerioau
Wheelmen's national meet started with
runs to surrounding points of interest,
in which hundreds of the visitors par
ticipated. The races will begin Thurs
day. All tbe national officers of the
league arrived to-day.
, 60 ME SPECIAL RATES.
bViuuiruviuK .uu J.. " ill nM
round crip tickets to Pneblo, at $15.70; to
Olorado 8price, $18.60; . to Denver,
$23.15. Tickets limited to one day In each
direction, witb flnsl limit for return-, No
vember IStb, 1896.
Annnal Convention, International A inn.
ot Fire Engineers Salt Lake City, Utah.,
Aug. 10 toHtb. W. Date of sale,
An cost 7th and 8tb. One loweat flral-claei
u.udard fare for the round trip, plus f2,
all tickets to ba (food for oontionoua pas
sage in each direction.. LeayiDg Salt Lake
oh Aorusc 16 and 22 only.
National Encampment -G. A. R. at
St Paul, Minn.. September 1st to f th 1886.
From Las Vegas to 8t Panl, Minn, and re
turn, $35.20. Dates of aale, Anjrust 80th
and 81st 1816; original return limit otopem
ber liitb, 1896. Cuntinnoni passags in each
direction; going passage to commence
data of asle; return passage to com-npnee
date of execution. An extension ot final
limit to September gOth, 1896, will be granted
on aii tickets deposit with Joint agentof
terminal lines at St. faulon or before Sep
tember 15ib, lel)6.
Great Council ot tbe "0. S." Improved
Order of Ked Men at Minneapolis, Minn.,
September 7th to 11th, '96. Fare and one
third for roun t trip, on certifloata plan.
Grand Lodge, 'f. O. O. F.," at Albn
quprqne, N M , September 8th to 12th. 116.
Krom Lns VegRR to Albuquerque and re
torn, $5.50 j dates of aala, September 7th,
BtnandQto: limited for return including
peptemoer lolQ, no,
0. F. iQfit Agsaf,
PIPED THE TRACK
A Hand-Car Jumps the Track
on a Trestle and Kills
THE . DAY'S DEATH tlST
Heavy Failure of State JJanks Oc
cur in New York and
MARRIED AN ENGLISHMAN
Wikohestkb. Ky., August ll.--A
band oar on the Lexington & Eastern
railroad, containing the seotion fore
man, J. Quinlan, and four men, jump
ed tbe track on Walker creek trestle,
this morning, and dropped on rocks
fifty feet below.. Edward Sparks and
Marion Cbattman were instantly killed,
and John Cbattman was horribly man
gled and can live but a few hours.
Foreman Quinlan and sop are seriously
injured, and their recovery is very
Married aa Engllshonn.
Manchester, England, August 11-
-Clark Hadley a prominent and
wealthy oitizen and Miss Alice Mills
an artist of California, who formerly
resided in Manchester, were married
A 0 root lArtlst Oone.
London, England, August 11
James Griffith, aged eighty-three years,
died here, to-day. . He was one of tbe
best known of Canadian painters, and
a number of bis pictures were exhibited
at the World's fair.
San Fraoctaco Lawyer Dead. -
Lookhaven, Pa August 11. J. L
U. Hamilton, prominent jnot u.
San Franoisoo. died tbis morning at
the residence of his brother, near this
city. Hamilton bad been a resident pt
San Franoisoo for twenty-six years.
Alma, Mich., August 11. Saml. K
Martin, of CbicaLb, died here this
morning. Mr. Martin .was president
of the Martin lumber company of Chi
oago, the largest lumber firm in world,
controlling forty-five yards.-. He was
also Interested in several paying mines.
Influential Politician Drowned.,
Washington," D. C , August 11.
The body of A. II. file, secretary ol
the national committee ot the silver
party, and a prominent politician ot
Man Francisco, was found in the Poto
mac river yesterday, c Tqe cause e f the
drowning is a mystery. Pile possessed
a considerable sum of money Tuesday
night, which has vanished. Friends
believe that he was held up and the
body thrown into the river, -
A Bank In .Duluth Fella.
Duluth, Minn , August 11. Tbe
Security bank, of Duluth, one of the
largest state banks in tbis state.
closed its doors this morning. The
notioe posted on the door . reads :
Heavy and nnlooked for withdrawals
of deposits, and impossibility of mak
ing, speedy collections, has compelled
us. to close our doors." The last state
ment of the bank's deposits, on July
22d, was 1329,324. The cfiieials say
that they expect to pay the depositors
in-full.. " - .
The failure has caused considerable
excitement and further failures are
New Vork Bank Closed.
New York, N. Y , August 11 Tbe
Murray Hill bank, doing business on
Third avenue, and one of the oldest
state banks in ths city, closed its doors
to-day. A notice states that tbe bank
is closed, pending an examination of
Its affairs. Tbe bank has deposits to
tbe amount of $1 $350,000, which it is
believed will be paid in full. It is un
derstood that the bank was compelled
to suspend because it bad' to take a
good deal of real estate for loans, and
tbe market being dull and low, it could
not realize on tbem.
New York, N. Y , August 11. It
is understood that tbe directors held a
meeting tbis morning for the purpose
of raising $500,000, said to be needed
tojoarry on the bank's business. The
bank was not a member of the clearing
house, but cleared tbrougn tbe First
National, whioh will clear for it to-day.
It is said that the Murray Hill bank
has a large aurplus with eight national
RETAIL BUTCHERS MEET.
Immense Meeting at Denver, With 5oms
. Objects to be Attained.
Denver, Colo., August 11. Dealers
in dressed meats are . here In large
numbers to take part in the annual
convention of the national retail butch
ers' association, whioh will be in ses
sion for the next four days. The prin
cipal question to be considered is the
competition that tbe 'retail trade has
encountered from the "Big lour" pack,
ing concerns Armour, Swift, Morris
and Hammond. It is claimed that
these companies have been more than
usually aggressive during the past year
in their enoroachments upon tbe reta'l
trade, and that tbe Armour company in
Kansas City runs cars to Chicago, slop,
ping at every little station and retailing
meat to boarding houses, hotels, etc.,
thus paralyzing the local trade. Thij
is but sample of what the retailers
consider a rank injustice, tbe traiTia in
tbe larger oities being damaged by
similar methods in proportion to their
commerce. It is cot improbable that
a boy cot may be declared against the
offending companies by all tbe mem
bers ot the retailers' association.
Enthusiastic riders of San . Marcial
are considering the formation of a bik
ing club, the members of whioh will be
expected to Cblp is toward fund for
tj lajproTemeot ot tbe streets,
pighest of U in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
i M1 XMl r
M . . v ? I a-a-
; 'ClU'StlEV PURE
, A great! 011 and coocirt U booked-by
tbe oolored people of tbe oity, this eveolng,
at Wjmao bail. Mmlo by Prof. Gaines'
string band.' J,Tbe ceka walk . will, be
walked by Mr. Ransom' ths hand
bills. ' .: V ' .
Judge S. V. Long ba been tender tbe
weather tar few days, but was abla ta be
down tftf M .office, this morntag. v The
watch tbavwai Dscautty stolen from bia
residence, ha been' lately returned to
him. :- " " , ...
The longest train .thataver ran east over
tbe Lehigh Valley rallrosd paed through
3etblebem, Pa. II was made up of 240
loaded four-wheeled coal oars, drawn by
engine No. 718.' The. train Was an experi
mental one, bound for Perth Amboy. Tbe
long siriugut ears was p"ad throngs to
tha destination without any bitch or delay
- n i i ii- .
Twenty-nine applications for olergy per
miti were rejected by the Western Pas
senger association because applicants are
aot withid the ranjfe of the provisions
made tor elorgymen. Tbe lines have been
tightly drawn of late against the wholeaale
issue of special rates for .clergymen. The
Central Passenger committee will bring
the subject to a climax at tbe coming regu
lar meeting. .
Messrs. E. L Medler, George Kase-
man, Geo. JBaldus, W. YV. Keed, tin
men Trotter .and Frank Wiotermuth
were elected to membership in (he Al
buquerque Guards. . A committee of
five was also appointed by tbe president,
Mr. Putney, to arrange for a reception
ill buD uoat lumiu.
Down at Albuquerque, tbe case
against Harry Lang, partner of Trout,
tbe alleged murderer of the Japanese
woman, for vagranoy, was had in Jus
ilea Crawford's court, the oause being
heard by a jury, and after bearing the
evidence tbe jury brought in a verdict
that they could not agree. .
Under tbe ne manage-,
ment, will set the
BEST MEAL IN THE GITY
r ran '25 -chtb;
- Special' tables reserved for ladiea and
families. Your patronage is solicited.
M. S. DUDLEY,
. .. Prp
who la willing to Stand or fall on his
.metitaae a Dakar, hae constantly,
LAS VEGAS BAKERY
. Opposite Poitofflce, West Side.
-BM8H BB1AO, OAKCS AND PI
- Rnmlai ordare flllitd on short uiMm,
Capital Paid in
DR. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President, " ; ;
FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President.
D. T. HOSKINS, Cashier.
.; F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier.
:- ' gt nrraBEST paid oh tuiig deposits xjBk -
t3T8ave your eamlniri by depositing; them
they will bring you an inoome. ' Every dollar saved, Is two dollars made."
No deposits received of less than $1. ,
Interest paid on all deposits of $6 and oyer.
u. L. HOUGHJFGN,
OP ALXj KINDS.
k large stock of Stores and Plows n6r?. on hand, which will be sold a littlt
above cost. . These goods are all warranted 19 be of the very best make in th.
United States," and to give perfect satisfaction. ' . , .' , 1
At the Old Stand on Center Street.
Patronize West Side Stores;
And Prices that Have Lost Their Bottom,
Our Corset Department mmt be
room for a new linr of corsets.
Our $1.80 Corsets at..
Our 5-1.26 Corsets at. ,
Our fl.Sfi Lidies' Corset Waists at...
Our 860 Ladies' Corset Waiits at. ... .
T.10R RENT--T! EolfCODSl C-HDSl. fur
r Dished, Enquire of Mrs. It. J. Van
Pit ten. Mlit
WAN 1RD-A god well driller. Can e.
,. euro i teuoy emp'oymeat. at good
wages, by aoplj lug to f. Bilil. Z2-tf .,
WAN TKD solicitors for campaign Kook
"Brvan, Bewail and r ea Silver,"
authorised by Aryan, written by K. I, Met
calf.e (tor of tlie Omaha World-Htrald, ap
pointed author by Bryan. . Cont 1ns
sps-chea on. I plauui iU. i bona, ii for
...ems. a free t'lver mine fur workers.
Only Si. 60. The only -autnorlssl b'wk, 6i
;er cenn. Creillt g.ven. r. eight paid.
Oinflt tree. Begin no with , holes ol ter
ritory. I'e manonc, pr. fltable" work for
UK Addrecs, The National Ilook Concern,
Star Bull ilng, Chicago. 2dS nil
THK"cOI.Us7niA BUILDINQ AND LOAN
assgclition ffars gecur3 Investment!
for large and small sums. Mono? loaned
on re u f stnte. - ,
T. W. Uaiwrd', ' 0. f, W8AV,
TO LOAN: On diamonds.
watches and Jewelry repairing of all
. Bridge Street.
DON'T PAY RKNT-$100 cash and $8
month for seventy months, will pay for
a three-room residence, with good yard
and good neighborhood; centrally located.
tiesiuence lots nve years- lime.
Utf J. H. TBITLEBiUH.
Robt. L. M.Ross,
AND INSURANCE AGENT,
FiluBS tu Stilt lie Tiici,'
. Lots from $100 np
SOLE -AGENT of the Hill-site
Town Co. addition, and the Eldo
rado Town (Jo. lower addition.
Residences, Business Properties,
Loans, Mortgages and securities,
Desirable Acre Properties: Farms onder
irrigation Ultcbes. - Uffloe on
SDFL30R TAaME OPERA HOUJE. I. IAS TE0AS.
Also a Few. Desirable
Rooms to Rent.
809 Grand Ave., Opp. Clements' Mill.
- Htnm Gokb, Pre
H. W. Kbj.lt, Vioe Pre.
D. T. HogKiHB, Treat. -
Paid up capital, $30,000.
In the Lab Vboab Savihos Babx. where
EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M.
CAX BB HAD HIKLl.
closed out within 10 days to make 1
OorSRc Corsets St.
Uur 660 Cureets at .
First "National Bank,
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
JOHN W. ZOLLARS, Vice-President. A. B. SMITH, Cashier
i .: ... ' ' ' ' '
Accounts Received Subject to Check.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Browne & Inares Mm
East Las Vegas
Wool, Hides and Pelts-
Raqch and Mining Suppliee
Fence Wire, Nails,
Picks and Shovels.
BLASTING I GfNT POWDER.
Cement, Sheep Dips,
Steel Hay Rakes.
Ft 22.mE3.VLn I 1 R H B i
Vaiin 1 unsfnFT""" ' 'WMsatiatweiaavi
A large and complete line of
llUIUUUtlUUUli lilU Ltmvi
Plows and Points
Kept constantly on hand, together with
Garden Hose, Wire Netting,
Poultry ; and Fence Wire,
STOVES AND RANGES
of efEry description..
Your patronage is solicited at the
Old Town Hardware Store,
1 NEW BUILDING,
A, A. WISE, Notary Public. Established
WISE & HOGSETT, -
LOANS AND REAL ESTATE,
Sixth and Douglas Aves., East Las Vegis, N. M.
Improved and Unimproved Lands and City
attended to lor aon-resiaents. xntss sismimo, routs ooueoiea ano xaxes paia.
fi Car Fare Free
it. to all
East Side Customers.
One lot Children's Fast Black, Hermsdof
Hose, size 5 to 8H, at 1CH cents.
One lot Ledies Fast Black Hose, value of
same 80 cents, go at 21 cents.
One lot of three different kinds of Ladles'
Hose, valned at from 00 cents to 60 Cf nts
crista pairs for fl.OO.
jrrvmvp r r .
and Socdrro. N. M.
Sulphur; Wool Sacks.
Lai Vegas, Maw Mexloo.
The " only first-class house in the
city. Headquarters for stockmen.
In ohareeof Cuisine Department. Bates t
860 per meal ; $6 per week. Tables supplied
with everything the market atrora.
MRS. S. B, DAVIS
- :;:' "Lessee:
Booms by the day for 6O0 tofl.OOjby
iS3month. So to $13.
1881. F. C. UCHiHK'fT.
Property for sale. Investments made and
ff CARRIAGE REPOSITORY.
W The Bnest line of Carriages, Boggles,
n Landaus, But reyi, Pbastona and Bond
OarU in tha Southwest, ol the bast
I Livery and Feed Stables.
MlDPI STREET, LAS WICM
HAEFNER & ROSSIEP,
Soda Bottling Works..
B. C. PITTENGER & CO.
Goods called for
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