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Yegas IDaiily OftiCo EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 22, 1890. NO. 252 VOL XVII. lll,t .Las STORMS AT CHICAGO They Visited the Lake City, Last Night, Doing Great Damage to Property. THE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS A Cosily Freight Wreck on the New York Central and Some Fatal Fires. A WHOLESALE DROWNING Chicago, 111., August 22 Shortly after midnight, the city was visited by a series ot several electrical storms, doing great damage to property. The electric oars,' telegraph and telephone lines were affected. The baros of the Chicago city railway company were track bv litrhtnlne at 9 o'clock, ibis morning, and a section of the roof, aixty feet square, dashed through the building on the ' first floor, carrying with it the third and second floors. The Chicago brick company's plant was truck at the same time, and damage to the amount of $15,000 resulted. The entire building collapsed, the raacbin erv b sins buried in the debris. Light- Ding struck with damaging effects in Knelewood. Hyde t'art ana soain uni caco. Buildings were attacked in every section, but no loss of life is re ported. An Embezzler. Boston, Macs., August 22. Horatio D. Parker, a prominent lawyer, seventy years old, was arrested this morning, charged with the emoezziement oi $11,000. No Bunnell Dane.. Nbw York, N. Y , August 22. It was stated ihat there would be no meet. incr of the clearing: house loan commit tee, and that no loan certificates would be issued to-day. Yacht Race London, England, August 22. The "Ailsa." Satanita" and "Caress" started in the race, to dy, under the auspices of the R yal Dorset yacht club, of WevmoHth, silling over the forty-mile course. The race was won by "Satanita.11 Cotton Firm Assign.. San Antonio, Texs, August 22. Slaydon, Ciarkson & Robards the old. est and largest otton merchants in southwestern Texas, filed a general deed of assignment, last night. From reliable sources, It is stated that the assets of the firm will amonnt to $500,. 000; liabilities, half that amonnt. The lump in the cotton market is given as the cause of failure. Released From Prison. London, England, August 22 Al bert tieorge Whitehead, the Irish American dynamiter, who, with Dr. Gallagher, also an American, was sen tenced, in 1893, to life imprisonment, was released from the Portland prison, this m rning. He will probably sail for New York on Wednesday. The release of Dr. Gallagher is expected Almost immediately. Bank Statement. New York. N. Y , August 22 The weekly statement of the issociated banks shows the following changes: Reserve, decrease, $127,625; loans, decrease, $S6 984.700; sp-cie, deen-ae, 9 66 400; legal tender, decreise, $2, 334,900 ; deposits, decrease, $9 095, 100; circulation, increase, f 576, 000; banks now hold $9. 272,650 in excess of the legal requirements. Costly Freight Wreck. Rochester. N. Y., August 22. A disas rous freighc wreck occurred on the New York Central & Hudson. River railroad, near Fairport, ten miles from this city, at midnight, last night. The west-bound through freight train was run into by the Syracuse-Kociu ster lo. cal freighc. None of the crews were killed. The contents of ten cars were scattered ' in all directions and the wreck caught fire." Railroad men any the loss will reach $50,000 . Wholesale Drowning;. . London,. England, August 22. The Italian ship "Franoisoo Ciampe," Captain Mareooa, from Swansea, Au gust 19th, for San Francisco, arrived at Falmouth, io-dny, where the bow plates were found bent and her frames broken. She reports that on August 20tb, off Sicily islands, she collided with and sank the French schooner Mouette11, from Iceland, for Foutrieux. Ten of the schooner's crew were saved, and fourteen were drown ed, A Pleasure Jaunt. Chicago, Illinois, August 22. Several thousand members if the Christian Endeavor, Ep worth League and Baptist Young People's societies of this city united to-day in an inter denominational trip to Milwaukee on Che steamboat 'Christopher Colum bus.1 The lime taken up by the trip was devoted to singing, speeches and an open parliamett on young people's work. At Milwaukee tb excursionists were met by delegates of similar Cream Uity .societies and given a hearty reception. A Brotherhood Meeting. Terrb IIautk, lnd., August 22 Another of the series of railway broth erhood union meetings which have been held in different parts of the coun try during the past few months, opened here to day with a large attendance of railroad men from this state and Illi nois. The prime purpose of the union meetings is to promote the federation method. At the present canference the action of toe Pennsylvania systen In ignoring the wage schedule wbiob bad been agreed upon between the brotherhood and the McKeens, durlog (heir management of the Vaodalia system, will tr9 considered. KNIOHTS OP PYTHIAS. The Supreme Lodge ol the Order Meets In Cleveland Next Week. Cleveland. O , August 22 Del scales to the supreme lodge of the Kr.lgr.ts of - Pythias and the national encampment of the uniform rank are beginnlug to arrive Iq the city, and next Week the principal streets will resound ... . ' . . ,i j-iii.j who tne steaay tramp oi weii-umieu brigades and be gay with semi military uniforms. The Seound Ohio regiment went into camp to-day. For to-mor. row, the program comprises religious exercises, and on Monday the national camp will be dedicated. Chicago. II. August 22."- Whether or nut the seoarate control of the mill tary branch of the uniform ran it K. of C. shall be abolished, and the supreme lodge again exercise jurisdiction over this feature oi tne oraer, is one oi me important questions with which, so It leaks out, the ouming session of the su preme lodge at Cleveland will be called upon to deal. -Ihe members op posed to the existence of a supreme council, including many of the promt neut leaders, have consulted eminent lawyers as to the constitutionality of the new supreme body, and report that a has been demonstrated to be in di rect conflict with certain sections of the cons'iitution. Resolutions will be in. troduced at next week's convention tor the re Deal of the law creating the su preme oouoil, on the ground that it is useless in its purpose ana also nncon stitutional in its character. Fatal Flames. San Diego, Cal., August 22. Fire destroyed an old, two story honse, at First and 1 streets, shortly beiore mia night, last night, causing the death of Nellie Bailey ,and probably of two other persons. At 1 o'clock this morning. the remains of the Bailev girl and an unknown man were taken from the ruins. Hontsville, Ont., August 22. The dwelling ot Mrs. Quaif, a widow, was burned last nigot. Mr9. Bernard PbiHips, daughter of Mrs. Quaif, Mrs S. Qiaif, her daughter in-law, and the latter's two children perished in the flames. Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Quaif lost their lives in attempting to save the children. Jessie t'hillips, daughter ot A. S. Phillips, is so badly burned that ber life is in danger. A Benefit Entertainment. New York. N. Y.. Aueust 22. One of the bis-treat benefits ever known in this country will take place simultane ously, to.nigbt, at the Academy oi mu. sio, Tony Pastor's and the Grand Cen tral roof garden. The beneficiary is Mrs. J. W. Kelly, wife of the Irish comedian who died a few weeks since, and who was widely known on the variety stage as "The rolling mill man.'1 Nearly every vaudeville actor in the city and New York is swarming with them 'just now has volunteered his or her services, while the sonorettea to a total of hundreds will sell photo graphs, programs and autographs in tne loDDies. Sailed tor This Country." T.nNnnN. England. August 52 With his guite of sixty mandarins and domestics, and his 360 pieces Of bag gage, Li Hung Chang, the Chinese prime minister, sailed, to-day, on lbs steamer "St. Louis11 for the United States A large crowd bad gathered at the piers and the distinguished visi-' tor was given a hearty send-off. London, England, August 22 LI Hung Chang, and bis suite, left Water loo station at 9 o'clock, this. morning, for Southampton, where he embarks on board the" American line steamer, St. Louis," for New York. The Ruler to Take a Tour. London, England, August 22 Ac cording to dispatcees trom St. Peters burg, there has been no obange in the program by which the czar and czar ina, accompanied by their suites and bv Prince Lobanoff , minister oi foreign afftirs, will leave St. Petersburg, late to-mot row night, for a European and English tour, including this city, Bal moral, where the queen is now stop- ping, Paris, Vienna, Breslau, Copen. bagen and Darmstadt, extensive ar rangements are being made at tbe for eign office for a fittiog reoeption to the ruler ot all the Kusslas when he sets foot on English soil. ; (lathering; of Scientists. Buffalo, N. Y., August 22. Men of learning from every part of the country are filling up tbe hotels, pre paratory to the gathering of scientists which win oe in progress tnrougnout the coming fortnight. The conventions will include those of the American as sociation for the advancement ... of science, the American Mathematical society, the Amenoitn vlbemiual society and tbe American Geological society. Meetings of tbe executive committees of thtse organ z itioos are being held. ' Campaign Opened In Earnest.' Indianapolis, lnd., August 22 The republican campaign opened In tbis state, to-day, tbroughout the line, with mass meetings and speeches at every county seat. It bad originally been intended that General Harrison sb mid fire tbe opening gun, but owing to bis inability to return from Adtron dacks in lime, the projeot was aband oned. He will make several speeches in tbe state, however, at a later date. Oood, Old Wine. Chicago, Illinois. August 22. Six hogshead of fifty-year-old wine from tbe private cellar of the king of Wurtemburg will be partaken ot at the nineteenth annual festival to-morrow of the Schwaben Verein in Ogdeo's Grove. For nearly as many years, the royal house of Wurtemburg has rec ognized tbe loyalty and affection ot its people in Chicago by contributions from its castle wine vaults. H. Risen, cabinet maker and upholsterer, baa opened a shop next door to the New Optlo hotel, where all work la his line will bv dou g t first-clef 9 manner. ft9-tf MR. HOKE SMITH OUT Little Doubt But That Secretary of the Interior Will Retire From the Cabinet. A CALL ON MAJ. M'KINLEY A Jump fa Western Union Stock, To-Day, Bat a Rumored Con solidatlon Denied. MR. BRYAN'S ITINERARY Washington, D. C, August 22. There are probably the best of reasons for believing that Secretary of the in terior Hoke Smith has resigned, and that bis resignation will take iff jo within two weeks. Stories of Secretary Smith's resignation have been current in Washington ever since bis paper, tbe Atlanta, tea., Journal, came out for Bryan and Bewail. . The secretary has declined, and still declines, to ad mit that bis resignation has been ten dered to the president and acoept ed by him. It is knwn, however, that Mr. Smith has declined to extend further consideration of cases in bis department, over which he has jurisdiction, beyond tbe end of August The private papers of tbe secretary and bis library have been shipped by ex press to Atlanta, and bis law offices in that oity have been made ready lor oc enpancy. Tbe house wbioh the secre tary leased in this city during his in. cumbency will be given np at its expi ration, early in September, at which time it is quite certain that Mr. Smith will have retired from the cabinet. But tbis notion may not take effect until after tbe meeting of tbe "sound money 11 convention at Indianapolis, which oe curs September 2nd. . , Bryan's Itinerary. , Babkttown. N. Y., August 22. W. J. Brvan made another change in bis New York state itinerary to-day Instead of remaining'ta Albany, Tubs dav. from 4 o'clock until 10 p. ni., be will speak there in the afternoon and leave in tbe evening. Tbis afternoon's political meeting at Tivoli, five miles from tbis place, will be a big affair, as tbe opening gnn of the eastern cam paign will be fired. Bryan drove over about 2 o'clock and it Is not likely that he will speak before i o'clock. A Jump In Western Union. New York. N. Y., August 22 Wall street, 10:10 a. m. A feature of the stock market at tbe opening, tbi morning, was a jump ot Dearly 2 per cent In Western Union to 75. Tbe rise was due to the report that the com pany bad control of tbe Bell telephone company. Tbe general market was quiet and firm, tbe announcement that tbe banks stand ready to take out clear. log house certificates having bad a good effect in certain quarters. BEPOET DENIED. New York, N. Y., August 22 Vice-President Van Horn, of the West ern Union telegraph company, to-day, denied any foundation In the reported consolidation of that company with tbe American Bell telephone company. V call on Mckinley. Two Special Train. Loads of Pennsijvaalans Reached Canton To-day. ' Canton, Ohio, august 22. The most notable political demonstration ot the campaign occurred in this city to-daf at noon when 1,200 voters from Newcastle, Elwood rnd other points in Lawrence county, Penna., arrived on two Ipeoial trains and marched up to the McKinley residence to call on the republican candidate for president. Tbe visitors were addressed by Major MoKinley, who made one of the most earnest speeohes that has fallen from bis lips. The hrst part oi the spee u was devoted to tbe tariff. He said that no one is satisfied with the pres ent Conditions; everyone wanted a obange. He then made the point that to elect Bryan would be to put tbe free-trade wing" of tbe democratic party in power and so give to tbe country, not only free silver, but free trade. Tbe continued absence of tbe principle of reciprocity from our laws caused a continuation of the . present unhappy condition. ' : New Brunswick Restaurant, ' " Under tbe new manage ment, will set the... i.. . BEST MEAL IN HE CITY FOR 25 CENTS. Bpeclal tables reserved for ladles and families. Your patronage Is solicited. . M. S. DUDLEY. Prop. Now located on Sixth street, two doors north of the Postofflce, TiiinpiiPliili A Specialty. The Finest Line of Stoves and Steel Ranges in tbe City, Heating Apparatus, heavy sheet Iron work, eta., contracted for at the bottom prloe. Let us Agar oo year work- Highest of all ia Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report BSOIsUTEiLV PURE Oold Claim lor Sale. :. A bait interest In a bonanaa prospect, tbirty-on feet down; assays 1U and np. This claim Is surveyed and recorded, and Is tbe best gold proposition ever offered In New Mexico. Subject to tbe closest In speetion. For particulars address ' - " '.. Geo. H. Hutchison, 204tf Hew Optlo hotel. P. M. Arthur, chief of tbe brotherhood of locomotive engineers, has written to tbe Railway Age, and in bis letter.be says : "I propose voting for tbe republican candi dates and will use all my Influence to have others do tbe same, but nut as an execu tive officer of tbe brotberbood of locomo tive engineers, as the laws of tbe organisa tion prohibit participation ' In politics or religion." Tbe stockholders of tbe Cerrlllos Coal Railroad company held a meeting at tbe office of the First National bank, over In Santa Fe, and re-elected tbe old board ot directors. E. P. Ripley was chosen presi dent; A. F. Walker.prealdent of tbe board; E. Wilder, secretary and treasurer; B. J. Paten and 8. C. Doming assistant secre taries. SOME SPECIAL RATES." Commencing June 1st," we will sell round crip tickets to Pueblo, at $115.70 ; to Colorado Springs, $18.60; to Denver, $23.15. Tickets limited to one day in each direction, with final limit for return, No vember loth, 1896. National Encampment G. A. R. at Bt Paul, Minn., September 1st to 4tb 16?u. From Las Vegas to Bt Paul, Minn, and re turn, $35.20. Date? of tale, August 30th and 31st 1816; original return limit Sep.om berlSth, 1800. Continuous passage in each direoi'on; going passage to commence date of Bile; return pasaage to com-nence date ot execution. An extension of flrM limit to September C0tb,18im, will be granted on all tickets deposited with joint agent of terminal lines at St. faulon or beloreoep tember 16th, 18!H3. - Great Council of the "U. 8." Improved Order of Red Men at Minneapolis, Minn., September 7tb to 11th, m. Kara and one- Robt. L. M. Ross, Real Estate AND INSURANCE AGENT. Prices to Suit tie Times, Lots from $100 np. 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 Acre Properties; Faims under Irrigation Ditches. Office on 10 FIDOS TAkME OPERA HOUSE, E. LU VEOM. OF LAS Capital Paid in Surplus, UFFIGKBSl DB. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President, FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President. D. T. HOSKJNS, Cashier, F. B. JANUARY, Assistant C&shler. EV INTEREST PAID OH TIMK DEPOSITS !( THE LAS VEGAS SAVINGS BANK. PtTSave your earning by depositing- them Ihey will bring yon an inoome. ' Every dollar saved, I. two dollar, made." Q).(W HOUGHTON, -DEALER IN 'a Hardware, Stofes & Agri cnltnr al Implements OF ALL KINDS. A large stock of' Stores and Plows now on hand, which will be sold a llttl above cost. These goods are all warranted to be of the very best make in the T, !t . j n . . i . i . . i . . uuiittu ouiwa, uuu mi give penout satisiaouon. At the Old 8tand on Canter Street en I 1 third for round trip, on certificate plan. Grand Lodge, "I. O. O. F.. at Alba qiiprqae, N M , (September 8th to 12th, 06. from Las Vegas to Albuquerque and re turn, !" 30; dates ot sale, September 7th, Sta and 9tb; Kruiud for return including September 18to, 'Wl. "!. F. Joncr' Agent. Notice of Publication. Ihthk niSTuicT nooBr, I October return, Ooontt or San Miool, (Term, A, 1. Itm, ) Edward .1, Smith, HO. 1,810. v. ) Lilian E mlth. The silt defendant, Lilian E. Smith, Is hr br notified that s, suit In chancery has been commenced against her In the District Court for tbe county of an Miguel, Terri tory of New Mexico, by said Edward M. Soiltb. complainant, on tht grounds of as sertion. That unless you enter or cause to be en tered your appearance In said suit on or be fore tbxflrs Uav of the next October. 1896. retu n term of said court, commencing on the Mil d y of October, A. D. 1891, decree pro conaso therein will b rendered against yOU. . i EL1I MAK11MKZ, ws-6t . Clerk. FOH KENT House of four rooms; good lawn. Apply to Mrs. B. Danzlge". 263-St F OUNDA fl nofflce key; which the owner ujajr uave uf utuuug I or it at tuisomce T oST On Hon lav, Au -ust I7eh, a stm of jut money, near in First National Dane, or eas ' side of tbe olaza. Anvoua flndt iir same will -e liberally rewarded by calling HI lillS U1UCQ, Zitf'ST TjtOE KENT'-Tiio Ep'scopal Chapel, fur JD nlshed. Enquire of MiS. it. J. Van Fatten. 231. f T7ANrED Solicitors for campaign book VV "tryan, snwait ana ree tsnver," authorised by Bryan, written by R. L. Met cai:. e iltor of tne Omaha World-Htrald, ap pointed author by Bryan. Contains speeches and platform. A bona za for n, ents, a free silver niln fir workers, Only fl. 50. The only autuorlKil bok, 6'i i er cea . i.remc given, r. eigm paia. Oiiiflt dee. Begin no wth i hofce of ter ritory. I'e-manenc, profitable work for Wi. Address, The National Book Concern, Star Building, Chicago. - 2&-mI MONEY TO LON. On diamonds, watches and Jewelry repairing of all kinds done. 8. lc J ks Co, tf Brldxe Street. DON'T PAY KENT $100 cash and S3 a month for sevontr months, will pay for a three-room residence, with good yard and rood neighborhood; centrally located. Residence lots five years' time. It9tf J. H. TEITLEBAUM. $4.00 PER WEEK; ; Also a Few Desirable ; ' Rooms to Rent. 309 Grand Avo.t Opp. Clement.' Mill. VEGAS. $100,000. 60,000, Hknei Goke, Prea H. W. Kblly, Vice Pres. D. X. Hoskihs, Treat. Paid up capital, $30,000. In the Las Visas Savins Babtk. where GooaTable Board L I Iprs, Mkm Ho deposits received of less than $1. Interest paid on all deposits of $5 and over. . EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M. If you want a GpVIOVJB FiTr.;. Get the Thompson's Glove-Fitting Corset. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A COMPLETE LINE."--?"--. Rosenwald's, 5.; AQBNW 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. Browne & liiw Coihy. East Las Vegas Wholesale Grocers, Wool, Hides and Pelts. Ranch and Mining Supplies, Fence Wire, Nails, Picks and Shovels. BLASTING 9 ' QI ANT POWDER. Cement, Sheep Dips. Sulphur. Wool Sacks. Steel Hay Rakes. BAIN WAGONS. 3 r HHMWWt-tllira., ITfff I rt LMM IIBII fir i u h h m h w ia a ia a k .i. . it II a nil ML sAfcmwl VA large and complete line of llllil IPfflTS, 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, MEW BTJILDIHG, D. WINTERNITZ. . miotf M.n Thihlin. Established WISE & HOGSETT, : LOANS AND REAL ESTATE, Sixth and Douglas Aves., East Las Vegas, N. M. r m i n.imrfnil T.nd. and City Property for sale. Investments made and VaSMM. "tie- examined. Bent, collected and Taxe. paid. ILIOO and Socorro. N. M. PLAZA HOTEL La a.. New Mexico. The only first-class house in the city. Headquarters for stockmen, A. DUVAL, In eharo-eof Cuisine Department. Bate. ip 86o per meal ; $6 per week. Table, supplied witn everytning tne marnet anoro... MRS. S. B, DAVIS Lessee: Booms by the day for 60o to $1.00; by month, $fi to $1S. 1881. V. C. HOQSKTT. If CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, 1 The flnest line of Carriage., BngKle. Lanaau., oa. rev., rnseion. ana tuma J M riarto In thn Sooth welt. Ot the Deal Imannfactnre Iilvery an Feed Stables. BRIDFE STREET, US VCOAI HAEFNER & ROSSIER, Agents for I AND Proprietors Soda Bottling Works. B. C. PITTENGER & CO. TEAM L AUfJDRY, Goods celled for m delivered,.