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ILAS 'Vi(KAS OaILY OpTffiCo' VOL XVII. EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 17, 1896. NO. 247 POLITICAL PALAVER Here's til Kinds of Gold Talk Silver Talk, and Politics on Wheels. BRYAN'S EXACT LOCATION Swift Yachts Arrlvlne at Put Jn-Bay, for the Coming ; Big Races. LIVE NEWS' OF THE DAY Yonkers. N. Y. August 17 After breakfast at tbe residence of John Bris bane Walker, at Irvineton this morn Ids'. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan, Mr. Sewall and the members of their paity took the train to YoDkers to catch tbe steamer Albany.", J"he party reached here at 9:35 and tbe tBryans and friends went immediately to the "Alba. dy's" landing-. Tbe vessel had arrived a few minutes before and Biter good byes to Sewall and Walker the demo. cratic presidential nominee and Mrs Bryan started on their trip up the Had .on. They will zo as tar as Pough keepsie, and take the train from there for Upper Bed Hook, where theBryans are to visit the Perrlnes. Mr. Sewall returned to New York. Foughkbepsie, N. Y., August 17. It was 1:20 when tbe steamer "Alba. ny" reached here. Hundreds-' of peo ple were gathered on tbe wharf, and cheers were criven as -Bryan walked over the srane plank. Tbe crowd fol. lowed him two blocks to tbe central Station, where be was surrounded on tbe platform, and made a little speech, the first since his appearance at Madi son Square Garden. ''We are going west soon," be said, "and I am not making any speeches just now. I hope, on mv return. I shall be able to see yon again ; but I take this opportunity to say I am much gratified to know of the interest von are latin e in me cam paign. From reading tbe New York D&Dera one would suppose there was no sentiment for free silver In this stale, but the ere at daily papers are not able to suppress the sentiments of tbe masses of the people. (Cheers) I believe this campaign Is character tied by more intense feeling than any other campaign in which we younger men haye been engaged. I believe the people are able and willing to act as they believe." Th. Day's Markets. Nbw York, N. Y , August 17 The stock market opened irregular, this morning, but in the main was weak. Subsequently, sugar developed strength, rising from 103 to 104 2, and other prominent stocks moved up fa sym pathy, St. Paul, general electric and Baltimore & Ohio being especially firm. Action Not Yet Taken. ' Chicago, 111., August 17 There was no meeting, this morning, of tbe executive committee of the slate central committee of tbe democratic organiza. tion. It was expected that this body would take aotion In connection with the removal of four democratic presi dential electors, to make room for four populists, ia accordance with the fusion agreement. Chairman Hlnrichsensays the matter will be left to the full com mittee. A meeting of the executive committee will be held this afternoon. Politics an Wheele. Chicago, Illinois, August 17. Tbe executive and advisory committees of the newly-formed National Wheelmen's McKinley and Hobart club are in ses sion at their headquarters in tbe Audi torium, to-day, for tbe purpose of con sidering the numerous applications for charters and authority to form branch organizations that have been pouring in during the past week from eastern and western states.' The plan of or ganization outlined by the executive committee was also submitted for Adoption, A first consignment of one half million buttons . for the new cy clists' political league will be delivered late this afternoon or to-morrow, and will be judiciously divided among the states that are showing interest in tbe work. The Vaccination Commission. New York, N. Y , August 17. A London dispatch says: Inquiries made in high circles tend to confirm the re ' port which was briefly cabled to tbe United States a few days since, that the royal commission npon vaccination has finally completed its reports. Tbe final decision of the commission will be first submitted to the queen, and will probably be printed in October or November. The commission is unani mous in its decision against compulsory vaccination, and for the transfer of the control of vaccination from the boards of guardians to the sanitary authori ties; but a substantial minority is of the opinion that raooination is not a preventative of small-pox. Tbe find ings of tbe commission are the result of eight years' investigation. low Christian Convention. Des Moines, Iowa, August 17. Tbe preliminaries of the annual Iowa ..Christian convention, of which Gover nor F. M. Drake is president, opened to-day with an attendance of several hundred delegates, tbe visitors bring ing tbe total op to 2,1)00. Among those from abroad are G. W, Muckley ef Kansas City, secretary of the church .extension fund ; J. h. Pounds of In jiianapolis; Benjamin L. Smith of Ciocinnatti ; C. C. Smith of Massillon, Dhiot Andrew MoLean of Cincinnatti, ' secretary of tbe Foreign Church society, who has just returned from a trip over tbe foreign field, and Judge C. J. Soo field of Illinois. Tbe sessions to-day were devoted to the Christian Woman's Board of Missions, and were held at f he Central Church of Christ. tub national democrats. Arrangements Being Made lor the Ceasing OoM Standard Convention. Chicago, Illinois, August 17. The arrangements for the forthcoming dem ooratio gold standard convention at Indianapolis are beiog further oonsid red, to-day, at the meeting in the Palmer home of tbe exeoutive commit tee, ex-Congressman Byonm, of lodl ana, presiding, John K. Wilson acting as secretary, and these also being pres ent: W. B. Haldeman, Louisville; ex Mayor John E. Hopkins, Chicago , Ellis B. Usher, LaCrocse, Wis. : Samuel U Goldiogr, Cleveland, O.f Charles Traoey, Albany, N. Y.; F. W. M. Cutobeon, St. Paul, Minn., and J. M Falkner, Montgomery, Ala. The committee on transportatian. beaded by ex-Mayor Hopkins, an nounced that tbe railroads would grant a single-fare rate for the round trip, was also reported that arrangements bad been completed by wbiob, ia eon junction with the democratic honest money league of America, an extensive distribution of gold standard literature would at onoe be Inaugurated. The sessions of the committee will probably last until to-monow night. All indications for tbe sound money convention are favorable, and tbe com mittee reports that forty states will be represented. An addross to the demo cratic voters of tbe country will be pre pared during tbe afternoon and be given out for tbe morning papers. INTER LAKE YACHTINO ASSOCIATION. Many Arrivals at the Racing Point of SwHt Racing Yacht. Put in-Bat, Lake Erie, August 17. The water between here and Little Bass island is studded this morning with many yachts which have been sr. riving during tbe past forty-eight hours for tbe purpose of taking part in the annual regatta of the Inter-Lake association. The race's commence to morrow and will continue to and in cluding Friday. Canada is well repre sented, and tbe general impression is that the Lake Erie yachtmen will have to bustle u they expect to compete suc cessfully with - the "Hiawatha", tbe "Canada" and other flyers from Lake Ontario. The directors of the Inter- Lake association are in session at the Beebe House this afternoon, among those present being Commodore George H. Worthington, Dr. Beemin, W. Redder and E. U. Munball of Cleveland ; Secretary F. &. Frey and Henry Tracy of Toledo; George T. Bliss of Erie ; F. H. Hower of Buffalo, and Henry Look and Charles B. Tay lor of Detroit. The Lake Yachting association of Like Ontario is repre sented by A. Jarvis of Toronto; E. H. Ambrose and R. A. Luoas of Hamilton- TRACK AND TRAIN. General Manager Frey and family are visiting In Colorado. .: . Engine 46 bas been stored at El Paio, and engine 64 at Deming. The second section of No. 3 to-morrow is reported seven hours late; tbe first section reported on time. . P. Murphy has returned from Htarkvllle, Colorado, where he has bad charge of lav ing water mains for the Atchison. . : A number or native laborers cams down last evening from Starkville, where they had been employed in the water service.! Brakeman Crlsman has returned from Cbioago, where he bad been to attend the funeral of bis mother, and has reported for work. " ' , ' " Boilermaker W, M. O'Connor has severed bis connection with the Ban Marolal shop, and will probably locate . somewhere in Colorado. A Eoglneer Will Ewlng, wife and children ill leave Ban Marcial shortly for Fort Madison, Iowa, where the eldest boy will be placed in school. Ticket Agent Ed Foote has taken a lay off for a few days. B. C. Larimore, dsy seal-taker has taken bis place, while Be lief Agent Purcell is on In Larimore's place. Miss Kitty Lawrence came In last even ing from Kansas City, to take tbe place.at tbe Depot hotel, of Miss Exie Burkhart, who leaves this evening for Blncon, to ac cept a position there. Ex-Brakeman Ed. Banner, who recently through an unfortunate accident, lost his right hand, accompanied by his wife, will leave, in the morning for a thirty-days visit to relatives near Pittsburg, Kans, Timekeeper H. C. Smith, of San Marcial, came np to Las Vegas, Saturday evening, to become a guest of the hospital for a few days. He is a trusted employe and his friends hope his indisposition will be only temporary. ' i 3. E. HcMahan, who since the reduotion In tbe dispatcher force at this plaoav has been working as night operator in the Las Vegas offices, leaves, to-night, for La Jun ta, where be has accepted a position as dispatcher under Superintendent Charles Dyer on the western division. ' . ' KSW rALL TIKI SCHBRPLB. There is already some talk in railroad circles of tbe new time card on tbe Atchi son, The schedule will probably take ef fect sometime next month, and It Is ex pected that a number of important changes will be made. The most Important change looked for is the ' re-establishment of tbe limited train service between Chicago and Los Angelas. This service was abolished in the spring, on account of tbe light travel to and from California points during tbe summer, but It is certain to be again inau gurated to take care of the heavy through traffic during the winter months. The re establishment of this limited service will undoubtedly be made along the most eco nomical lines, and it is understood that the following plan Is in contemplation t Tbe equipment of trains 8 and 4 will con sist only of flrst-clasa Pullman sleepers, dining car and one baggage car, with a compartment car once a week. The extra baggage and express will be made a part of trains 1 and 1, which will then cease to carry first-class sleepers, and carry only tourist sleepers and coaches. As before, no free transportation will be honored on tbe limited trains, ; , DEATH BY DYNAMITE Explosion of loo Pounds Dynamite Causes the Death of Three Men. SHOT HIS WIFE TO DEATH Nine Men Imported Killed at Baptist Keeting at Barn log Spring, Ky. GAIL HAMILTON DYING Lancaster, Fa.. August 17. A frightful disaster occurred In the bor ougb of New Holland, this morning A party of men in the employ of the Pennsylvania Telephone oompany, were starting out to work and bad placed 100 pounds of dynamite in wagon which was Standing in the yard of the hotel, when the dynamite exploded killing three men, fatally injuring three others, and seriously injuring a score of others.. Tho dead are: C. Cannon, of Reading, telephone employe, blown to atoms. t. Hammond, of Harrisburg, mar ried, leaves a widow and two children George Crossman, of Steelton, water boy, died on the way to the hospital Miller's hotel was completely shat tered, with a loss of over f 5,000. Loss to property in the borough is very large, ihe cause of the explosion unknown. is U Wholesale Killing. Mobehkad, Ky Aoeust 17. News has just reached here of the killing of nine men and the fatal wounding of four others at a Baptist meeting at Burning Springs, id Elliott county. No particulars were received. A Wife Murderer. . Chicago, III., August 17. In a fit of jealousy, Charles Nelson shot and killed his wife, this morning, in their home on Northwestern avenue. Aftei ending two ballets into the woman's left breast, tbe murderer turned upon their three-year old daughter and fired shot at her. Tbe bullet struck the ohild on tbe right side of the temple, mulcting a sugnt wound, jseison was arrested. I (tell Hamilton Dying. Hamilton, ;Msss., August 17 Gail Aamilton, whose remarkable recovery from a shock of paralysis, at Washing ion, occnrrea aoout a year ago. was gain stricken, at her home in Hamil ton, Sunday morning, while at the breakfast table, when in apparently good health. ;' The family physician was nastily summoned, and he pro nounced It another shock. So far, she has not regained consciousness. Hamilton, Mass., August 17. Miss Abigail Dodge, "Gail Hamilton," is ust alive this morning, and her physi cian states that he does not expect her to live oat tbe day. The Transvaal Raiders. London, England, August 17. It is semi-offioially announced that no ao tion will be taken toward removing from the rolls of the army Major Rob ert White, Colonel Raleigh Grey, Colonel Henry Frederick White and Major Charles John Coventry, the Transvaal raiders, who, with Dr. Jam eson and Sir John Willoughby, were recently convioted and sentenced to terms of imprisonments, until such terms have expired. The question of anoeling their commissions will then oome np in the ordinary course before Commander-in-Chief Viscount Wolse ley and Adjutant General Sir Redvers Buller. The statement was made at army headquarters that mere convic tion of a criminal offense does not for feit a commission, and in support of this view it is pointed out that num bers of junior offioers are yearly fined in police courts for drunkenness or dis orderly conduct. It is addnd, bow ever, that, on the other hand, no con viction is required to enable her majes ty to dispense with tbe services of any officer if she should so see fie. Good tor In Igestion. I bad been suffering with indigestion for years, and had tried almost all tbe rem edies that I saw advertised, but was cot benefited. Macbeth mineral water bas ben efited me more than anything else, and I would not be without it at any prloe, and can baartilv recommend It to any one suffering with stomach trouble, or Indiges tion. 882U Has. T. F. Clay. New Brunswick s Restaurant, Under the new manage ment, will set the...... , BEST I.HAL IN 1 CITY FOR 25 CENTS. Special families. tables reserved for ladies and Tour patronage it solicited. M. S. DUDLEY. Prop. F. J. GEHRIG, Now located on Sixth street, two doors north of the Postoffice, TiiiflpiPlili A Specialty. The Finest Line of Stoves and Steel Ranges In the City. Beating apparatus, heavy sheet Iron work, ato. , oontraoted for at tbe bottom price, Let as figure on your work. Highest of all in Leavening T7r i A a . Reward StUI Stands. Upon, , Information 'received yesterday from Las Vegas, tbs Advertiser is author ised to state that th telegram published in yesterday morning's issue, purporting to have come from Mrs. Anna Green and ordering a withdrawal of tbe reward for the body of her husband, Wn. Green, was a forgery and that Mrs. Green bad nothing whatever to do with the writing of tbs telegram, says Saturday's Trinidad Ad vertiser. The telegram, it is learned upon reliable Information, was" written by Mrs. George Code, who used Mrs. Green's name. - '.-: Tbe reward of (1,000 for Billy Green alive, or for $500 for til body, still contin ues to stand and will be promptly paid to any person who wilt produce tbe body liv ing or dead. . -? It is a singular coincidence that this tele' gram should bave been received tbe day before the preliminary hearing of Taylor and Bisneros was set for. Not much came of tbe arrest of Joe Tay lor and E. Bineroa, charged with the mur der of Wm, Green and W. J, Kelley. The preliminary was twice postponed and tbe second time was set for Friday, but when the case was oalled, upon motion of Deputy District Attorney Smith it was promptly dismissed and the defendants discharged. J. J. Hendrick, attorney for tbe defense, asked that tbe costs be i leased" npon Ell Green, the prosecuting itness, bnt the court failed to see tbe wisdom of this and the costs will be borne by the county. OoM Claim for Sale. A half interest in a bonanxa prospect. thirty-one feet down ; assays till and up This claim is surveyed and recorded, and Is tbe best gold proposition ever offered in New Mexico. Bubjeot to tba closest in spection. For particulars address QXO. H. HUTOHISOlt, 204tf f Hew Optio hotel. Robt. L M. Ross Real Estate AND INSURANCE AGENT. Prices to Suit tie Times, Lots from $100 up. SOLE AGENT of the Hill-site Town Co. addition, and the Eldo rado Town Co. lower addition. Residences, Business Properties, Loans, Mortgages and Securities. Desirable Aere Properties: Farms tinder Irrigation Ditches. Offloe on ID FLOOR TAMME OPERA HOUSE. E. LAI VE0AS. 5 OF LAS Capital Paid in Surplus, , - I UT 1 BTT rlTTTIT IT I mill HI IT Tl 1 TT 1 MUM MTIUMii SANK OFFIOBRSt DK. J, M. CUNNINGHAM, President, FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President. ;: v.' D. T. HOSKINS, Cashier. F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier. BT nTTKRKBT PAID ON TTMK DKPOSIT8 !d THE LAS VEGAS SAVINGS BANK. aSTBave your earnings by depositing them they will bring yon an Income. ' Bvery dollar saved, Is two dollars made." , No deposits received of less than $1. - - Interest paid on ail deposits of $S and over. O.1 L. HOUGHTON, -DEALER IN Hardware, Stoyes & ACTGnltnral Implements OF ALL KINDS. - A large stook of Stoves and Plows now on hand, which will be soldallttlt above cost. These goods ara all warranted to be of the very best make in uu United States, and to give perfect satisfaction. . At the Old Stand on Center Street. Patronize West Side Stores. And Prices that Have tost Their Bottom, Our Corset Department must be room for a new line of corsets. Our $1.50 Corsets at. Our $1.25 Corsets at. ..tl.19 . ..86 Oar $1.25 Ladies' Corset Waists at. Our 860 ldies' Corset Waists at .. Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report f !, I' A lltl-.l ruin w.M lA.b. .....- J Initial "A" on tua back. Tbs finder will confer a favor by returning same to T710K 8ALK--A young, full-blooded Poland jsj imna ooar. m rltfi or nail n. R urfn. nun, uis vegas not springs, 347 -it F OR RENT A nlcelv furnished thru. room cotiarfs, two blocks from tbe de pot. Ada. tie, K. K. P., box 274 Unit TTIOB BENT- Nlcelj furnished rooms Bin jl,' Ke or in suit. Appiy to Mrs. Hume. am TjlOH REN r Two nicely furnished rooms r af Mrs. J. B Howell's, corner Fourth and Blancliard tie ts. tTTANTED-A good milch cow. AP! tlx? VT this office. T 08T A ladles' pocket book, In Kast T.as TvgtiB, uuuuu evening, j no nnuer win piease return same to this omce, 2-t . Hattib Fomi. T'OR RENT -TLe Episcopal Cbapel, fur U nlslied. Enquire of Mrs. K. J. Van Fatten. Mitt WANTED A good weli-drlller. Can se. cjre (teady ' employment at good wages, uy spvij iuk.iu J. ill '111. . "tlTANTED Solicitors for campaign book VV "Bryan, Hawaii ana Fee Silver," auuiuriEHu uy isryan, written dv k. b. met' calf, e 'ltor of the Omaha World-Htrald. an pointed author by Bryan. Contains speeches and platform. A bonansa for nvems, a iree silver mine ror workers Only $1.50. The only authorise! book, 6H per cent, credit Biven. Finlirht nalrt Outfit free. Begin now with choice of ter ritory. Fermanenc, profitable work for m. Address. Tiie national book Concern. THE COLUMBIA BUILDING AND LOAN association r tiers secure investments forlarxeand small a. Money loaned on real estate. T. w. Hayward, President 0. C.WKAT, Aaent. 1VX watches and jewelry repairing of all kinds done tf Bridxe Street. TVON'T PAY KENT- 4100 cash and 18 Jmonth for seventy months, will oar for enree-room resilience, wica gooa yara ana e;ooa neignoornona; centrally locatea Residence lots five years' time. 148tf J. H. TBITLKBAUH. $4.00 Also a Few Desirable Rooms to Rent. 809 Grand Ave., Opp. Clements' Mill. VEGAS. $100,000. 50,000. Henri Gokb, Pres H. W. Kkixt, Vice Pre". D. T. H os kins, Treai. Paid up capital, $30,000. In the Las Vioab Bavihos Bark, where EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M. fallal Board Larger Stock, Better Assortment, CAN BIS HAJO closed out within 10 days to make Our 85c Corsets at. Our 660 Corsets at. .65c .9o ....B8c ....650 Elotttti Old IlfinV First National Bank, LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. . JOSHUA S. RATNOLDS, President JOHN W. ZOLLARS, Vice-President. A. B. SMITH, Cashier Accounts Keceived Subject to Check. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. BB&IiBsCoiiiagT cast Las vegas and Socorro. N. M. Wholesale Grocers, Wool, Hides and Pelts. V m -'. Ranch and Mining Supplies, Fence Wire, Nails, Picks and Shovels. BLASTING 8 GIANT, POWDER. Cement, Sbeep Dips, Sulphur. Wool Sacks. Steel Hay Rakes. BAIN WAGONS M 1 -jft"" crrss-. -4 1 city. ! E SSSSS isfc SI A large and complete line of 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 Old Town Hardware Store, DNEW BUILDINQ, D. WINTERNITZ. A, A WISK. Hotarv Public Established 1881. WISE & LOANS "!AND Sixth and Douglas Aves. inrHnnJ nl TJnlmnroved Lands and Ctty r. . . . tJk IPUU. Car Fare Free to all East Side Customers. HOSIERY. One lot Children's Fast Black, Hermsdo! Hose, sise 5 to 8X, at ltift cents. One lot Ladies' Fast Black Eoie, value of same 80 cents, go at SI cents. Cua lot of three d'.Ssrent kinds of Ladles' Hose, valued at from 60 cents to 60 cents fo at 9 pair, tor tl 00, m " J as PLAZA HOTEL ' las Vegas, New Merlon. only first-class house in the Headquarters for stockmen. A. DUVAL, In charge of Cuisine Department. Rates I 860 per meal ; $6 per week. Tables supplied with everything the market affords. MRS. S. B. DAVIS Lessee: Booms by tbe day lor 6O0 to fl.OO; b?rrl month, ao to $13. The Dandy Wind Mill. None Better. P. C. HOGSBTT. HOGSBTT, READ ESTATE, East Las Vegas, N. M. Property lor sale, investments made ana OmiI. .nllurfiul ...I T.... Mill , Be ff CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. 1 Tbe finest line of Carriages, Buggies. If Landaus, Saireys, Phntons and Eoad Carts In the Southwest, ol tba best manufacture I Livery and Feed Stablea. I I IRI0PE STREET. LAS VSOM HAEFNER & ROSSIER, Agents for AND Proprietors Soda Bottling Works. B. C. PITTENGER & CO. OTEAEY1 LAUfJDRY, Goods called for and delivered,..