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VOL XVII. EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 24, ,1896. NO. 280 ENGLAND WAKING UP Immense Mass Meeting Held In Liverpool to Consider the Turkish Situation. A PRETTY SPECTACLE. LEADVILLE UNDER GUARD Major McKlnley Visited by . Home Interesting Dele gations To-day. MILITARY ACADEMY BURNS Liverpool, England, September 24 Four thousand persons were present at a mass meeting held in Heuglers' circus this afternoon, under the aus pices of the Liverpool reform club, to protest against the rule of the sultan of Turkey and the massacre of 'Ar menians in the Turkish empire. The gathering included well known men ot all political parties, and the audience which greeted Mr. Gladstone, the prin cipal speaker, was a most enthusiastic one. The meeting was presided over by Karl Derby, Gladstone was in excellent health and voioe. Prefacing his address, Mr. Gladstone proposed a resolution setting forth that the meeting trusted that the government realized the terrible con ditlon in which their fellow Christians in Turkey were placed and that t! would do everything possible to obtain for them a measure of security and protection. The resolution also declared that the government would have the fullest public support in whatever step they might take to put a stop to the atrocities being committed in Turkey Mr. Gladstone, as he stepped forward to begin bis remarks, was cheered for many minutes. Forty-Flv. Handsome Young Ladles Call McKlnley, Representing tb. Statu. Canton. Ohio, September 24. Two uncommonly interesting delega tions arrived here shortly after 12 to day. on the Cleveland & Canton South era railroad, on five special trains. The first delegation came from West moreland, Pa., the other from Oil City. The Oil City delegation brought with It about 200 ladies. Forty -five young la dies were in oosiura", each bearing a large basket of flowers, and each rep resenting one of the states of the union. Attaobed to each basket of flowers was a long ribbon, bearing the name of the state. Following the girls, came 300 men Carrying red, white and blue umbrellas. ' Then came a large olub of first voters, and after them, 600 voters representing all trades, all pro fessions and tbe agricultural interest!. Fart of the Westmoreland county dele gallon, from West Newton, arrived an hour before the main body and marched up to the Mckinley residenoe. W. S, VanDyke made a short speech to Major McRiniey, who responded briefly. The delegation was made up of farmers, miners, workers in coke ovens and in the Edgar Thompson steel works, The Oil City delegation was lustily cheered along its line of march from the depot to Major McKinley's resi, dence. Col. Huiings, their spokesman, made an interesting address, to which Major McKinley responded at some length. After the speaking,' Major McKinley received a basket of flowers from each young lady, whioh was then set in its place on a pyramidal stand. The second Wenmoreland delegation called a short time after the Oil City people bad left. BRYAN STICKS TO IT. JA PUBLIC EXECUTION Uionicio Sandoval Hanged Be fore 1,200 People at Albuquerque, Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report ANOTHER RAISE IN COAL INL 31T tSDMlVSmsSX PURE The Colls are Slowly Tightening Around the Irish Conspir ators, Necks. THE IRISH DYNAMITERS. A FAILURE AND SUICIDE He Can't Oct up to Travel Until H. Peels Like It. Jumped HI. Bond. Kansas Cnr.Kans., September 24 Cashier Hotter, of the defunct bank of Kansas City, Kas., has lumped his bond and cannot be fonnd. There is ao clue to bis whereabouts. , . Will Bid for the Fight. London, England, September 24 Mr. Fleming, secretary of the national sporting club, announces that the club will immediately offer a purse to be contested for by Robert Fitzsimmons and Feter Maher. The Plague In India. Bombay, India, September 24 A virulent bubonic plague is prevailing here and in many other parts of the presidency, from whioh one hundred deaths have already resulted. Crops badly need rain to save them from al most complete failure. Disappearance Explained. Chicago, Illinois, September 24. George S, Newman, a mine owner of Leadville, Colo., who disappeared from the borne of his sister, Mrs, Hall, 32 Aldine Square, last Saturday, has been fonnd and all anxiety as to bis safety has ceased, Mr. Newman bad simply cone on a little jaunt about town, Chi cago being his former home. The Bucktall Brigade. Gettysburg, Pa., September 24 The annual re-union of the famous old "Bucktail Brigade," or the 150th regi ment of Pennsylvania volunteers, at different times commanded by General Bragg, of Wisconsin, and Joshua L Chamberlain, of Maine, opened here to-day. The oratiou was delivered by Major Richard L. Ashurst, of Philadel- . Phia- Army ot the Cumberland, Rockford, Ills , September 24. The concluding business session of the Army of the Cumberland re-union was held this morning. After luncheon the members, with the local posts of the Grand Army, marched to the fair grounds, where a general re-union was held. With the banquet, lo-nigbt, tne annual meeting of the society passes into history. Lynched, to See Him Kick. New Orleans, La., September 24. At 2 o'clock this morning, James Hawkins, colored, in at Gretna, having been arrested yesterday for slapping the face of a little white girl, was lynched by a mob which broke into the jail. During Hawkins' cap ture yesterday, the officers fired at ran dom into a crowd of negroes, killing Alexander and Arthur Green. New York, N. Y., September 24 Wm. J. Bryan kept the members of bis party guessing to day. He was ached uled to leave the Grand Central sta tion this morning at 8 o'clock for New Haven. Long before that hour, Wm P. St. John, the ex-bank president,was at the station to say good bye to the candidate. He was disappointed, to gether with the members ot the Con necticut reception oommittee, when it was learned that Bryan would not leave until 10:03 o'clock. Those who are traveling with the candidate, however, accepted the matter philosophically, for they have become used to bis sud den changes of plans, and tbey sat down and patiently waited the two hours. ' Bridgeport, Conn., September 24 Candidate Bryan received his first welcome to Connecticut and New England at Stamford. He reached there a few minutes before 11 o'clook, and being very hoarse, he spoke briefly He said a few words at South Norwalk, where there -was a crowd slightly smaller than at Stamford, but very demonstrative. He arrived in Bridge' port at 11 :30, and was greeted at the station by a big crowd, tie was taken to Washington park where 5,000 peo. pie were gathered to hear the young NebrasEan. ine candidate made a short speech and - was frequently ap plauded. When he finished, be was taken to the Windsor hotel,, where he had luncheon, after which the party left for New Haven. Special Telegram to the Optic. Albuquerque, N. M., September 24 Dionicio Sandoval was hung at 7:50 o'olock this morning, and fourteen minutes after the trap was sprung he was pronounced dead by the physician. The prisoner passed a sleepless ni"' and ate but little broakfast. He bad no fear of death and was calm and self- possessed throughout the entire pro ceedings. He died without a struggle, not even the moving of a muscle being noticeable, fully 1,200 people wit nessed the hanging. There was no demonstration of any kind atd every. body wa ' impressed with the solemnity of the occasion. Sheriff Hubbell offi ciated. Dionicio Sandoval was indicted at the October, A. D. 1895 term of the district court for the county of Berna lillo, charged with having killed one Victoriano Tenorio, on tne 29 ih day of July, 1895, at San Ysidro, in Bernalillo county, with a tine, He was tried November 29th, and oonvioted ot mur der in the first degree, and sentenced to be hanged on January Srd. An appeal was taken to the supreme court, bicb body continued the finding of the lower court and sentenced Sando val to be banged to-day. Failure and Suicide. Chicago, III., September 24 The firm of Darlington, Quiok & Boyden, commission men at the slock yards, failed this morning. Almost simul taneouilv with the failure came the In. formation from LInooln, Ills., that Frederick Boyden, a member of the firm, had committed snicide at that place, this morning, by shooting him. self. Tynan Refuse to Employ Counsels and Will Rely Upon the Republic, Boulogne, September 24. P. J. Tynan, the Irish Invincible, under ar rest here rejected the suggestion ot the United States consul that be .'employ French lawyers named by tbe concul to defend him, and Informed the consul that be relied upon tbe republic to do him justloe. Tynan looks very pale and haggard and bis health is rapidly breaking down. London, England, September 24 Edward J. Ivary, alias Edward Bell, tbe alleged dynamiter, was arranged in the Bow street police eourt this I morning. Tbe prosecution was con ducted by Mr. Gill, wbo appeared in behalf of tbe. treasury department Mr. Gill in opening tbe case, said that the four alleged dynamiters, Ivory, Ty can, Haynes and Kearney, left New York in August last by different steam ers and traveled under false names These men were sent to Europe by Fenian organization in Nw York, which provided them with funds for the pnrpose of manufacturing bombs and dynamite cartridges which were to be used in London and Glasgow Ivory's mission was to secure men to use these bombs, which the others had prepared in Antwerp. ' TYNAN'S RELATIVES. New York, N. Y., September 24 Among tbe passengers on the steam ship "Auraola", which arrived to-day, was Mrs. Tynan, J. Brendon Tynan, and Ceoilia Tynan, mother, son and daughter of P. J. Tynan, the alleged Irish conspirator now under arrest in France. . Young Mr. Tynan, when seen and asked about bis father's arrest, said he only knew what he bad beard befors sailing. He said he did cot think bis father was guilty, but has not communicated with him since bis ar rest. He has, however, engaged coun sel to defend bim. r Vocal Instruction. MIm Llla Ci sterna Anchor, soprano and contralto-soloist and focal instructress. limited number of pupils will be received Lesions given at borne in the Malboeaf residence, Gallinas street. ; tf TO CURE A COLD IN ONB DAV Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if It falls to cure. 26 .!. tf Vi'm. W. Curtis, ao apprentice In tb Las Vegas railroad shops, will soon leave for Brooklyn, N. Y., where be will take the position of oiler on a maa-ot-war, the "MassaebuBettT." THE AMERICAN BANKERS. A Stronger Market, Wall Street, New Yore, N. Y. gap tern ber 24, 10:13 a. m New York railway and miscellaneous speculation opened firm and higher. There was considerable activity in sutar and that stock gained a point in tbe first five minutes of business, selling up to 111 ; other active stocks advanced to percent, Odd Fellows' Proceedings. - Dallas. Texas, September 24. The Odd Fellows to-day considered busi ness of a general character. The ques. ticn of making tbe constitutions of tbe various grand lodges uniform came a p for discussion. Legislation making pos sible tbe enjoyment of tbe privileges of tbe order by traveling members will also be advocated. This evening and to-morrow the grand and minor deco rations of chivalry will be conferred upon a large number of candidates who have successfully passed the re quired tests. : , , THB COAL TRUST. If j oi want to buy or sell anything in the second-band goods line call on B. Kaufman, third door east of tb old town postofflce 209-tf C.S. Rogers, Practical Horse-Shoer, LAS VEGAS, N. M. Hoe, 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west nd of oriog. Special attention given to brand ing irons, and general blacksmith- ing and woodwork. All work promptly uone and satisfaction guaranteed- : BUSINESS POINTERS. Walter Dearden, aesayer and ehemltt Trinidad, Colo. 137-tf Native bran at the mills, at 80c. per 100. Las Vegas Roller 160-tf SPECIAL NOTICES. "IITANTKD To trade TV tor a office. a Kood milch cow spring wagon. Apply at this 1710 ft KENT. A four room house on Bev J enth stieet. Apply here. 279-tf TTWR RKNT Four nlcoly furnished ronmt u PP'y ai ma omce ot o p'anlng mill. Clements'! 278 -St "EVR RENT. -Delightful rwmi, Aj anly furnished for house keeping, at comfort at auii eacu. Also rooms ior louring. 278-lm Uks. L. Hoolbmwaosk, 111 National street, east of bridge A LADY TKACIIEB, of long experience. V would like a position I a family, to tach chlMre -. for the winter, The Opt.o, Las Vegas, H. U. Adores! met TTWtt AJ house. KENT A seven - room furnished Apply to Amos V. Lewis. 278-tf O t Cf cash end SIS a month for nine U IKt I ty-stx months, will par for an e egant. iuur-rootn uuuse, oaring iwo clos ets, outhouses, with grounds; be it of loca tion, fiealdence lots on Ave years' time. 2Mtf J. U. TaiTLSBiOai. ' watches and Jewell y repairing of all kinds done. tr 8. I.djah A Co . Bridite Street. Goofl Tame Board $4.00 PER WEEK. Also a Few Desirable Rooms to Rent. First National Bank, S VEGAS. NEW MEXICO. I a r axr JOSHUA S. BAYNOLDS, President JOHN W, ZOLLARS, Vice-President. A. B. SMITH, Cashier Accounts Received Subject to Check. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. East Las Vegas and Socorro. N. M. Wholesale Grocers, Wool, Hides and Pelts. VV J ' 1 a 1 LJ. ram 11J.U I Ul u 309 Grand Ave., Opp. Clements' Mill. What Is Being Talked About bv Members of the Association. An Old-Timer done. Detroit, Mich., September 24 Hon. James F. Joy died at bis resi dence here early this morning, after an illness of three weeks, aged eighty five years. He was largely identified witb tbe construction of tbe Michigan Cen tral, Wabash, Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and other roads. another prominent death, Omaha, Neb., September 24. An drew J. Foppleton, general attorney for the Union Pacifio road from its organ ization until bis voluntary retirement in 1888, to be succeeded by Senator Thurston, died this morning in this city.. - V A NARROW ESCAPB. St. Louis, Mo., September. 24. t Rev. Nicholls, of the second Presbyter ian church, offered prayer to-day at the opening of the last day's session of the convention of the American Bank ers' association. Aiter reports from various committees, questions relating to clearing houses were ; taken up. Tbe convention will adjourn sine die this afterncoa, atd tomorrow It delegates will go on a visit to Lincoln's tomb at Springfield. ' St. Louis, Mo., September 24. At this morning's session of tbe Ameri can cankers' association convention, the proposed amendment to tbe con stitution whereby trust companies are to be admitted as a section of tbe asso ciation, was unanimously adopted. Delegate Russell, of Detroit, on behalf of the clearing bouse association of Detroit, extended to tbe association an invitation to meet in Detroit in 1897. The invitation was referred to tbe ex ecutive oouncil, with tbe amendment that an earlier month than September be selected. St. Locis, September 24. Robert J. Lowry, of Atlanta, Ga., was eleoted president; J. C. Hendrix. of New York, first vice president. Tbe con vention adjourned sine die at noon. Another Raise of Fifty Cents a Ton Espected on Hard Coal. 1 I I NATIONAL SANK Nbw Yobk, N. Y., September 24. It is expected that the wholesale coal agents at their secret meeting to-day rill announce another advance of twenty-five or fifty cents a ton over August prices. -Since March last there have been four advances of twenty-five cents a ton, and whioh, as the agents represent all of tbe producing mines, affects anthracite users throughout the United States. Shortly after tbe for mation of the coal trust Attorney-Gen eral Hanock prepared a bill directed against it which was passed at the last session of tho legislature and approved by Governor Morton in April. So far, however, no steps have been taken to enforce its provisions. OF LAS VEGAS. Capital Paid in Surplus, - $100,000. 50,000. OFFIOKB8I DR. J. M. CUIJXISGHAM, President, FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President. D. T. HOSKXNS, Cashier. 7 , F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Caahlet. J3T IHTKHK8T PAID on TIME DEPOSITS IJEi LEADVILLE UNDER QUARD. The District Was Placed Under Martial Last Evening-. , - , Law Tbe Missouri Military Academy, of Mexico, ; Mo., Destroyed by Fire. - Mexico, Mo., September 24 Tbe extensive and handsome buildings of tbe Missouri Military acadnmy were totally destroyed by fire of an njknown origin at 1 o'clock, this morning. About 100 cadets were asleep in tbe dormitory when the alarm was given, and so quickly did tbe flames spread that many were compelled to Jump from the third story windows. A score of oadets were injured, but none were fatally burt. ' The cadets lost nearly all their clothing, and personal prop erty. The citizens have thrown oprn their homes to tbe destitute lads and the injured are receiving the best isedicai attendance. Leadville, Colo., September 24. Under Governor Mclntye's orders this city and district has been placed uod6r martial law. lhe order took effect at 6 o'clock last night, and there will be no further half-measures to restore law and good order: Brigadier General Brooks bas called a court of inquiry to convene at 10 this morning to inquire into the destruction and loss of life at the ''Uoronado" mine. The court sits wi'hout regard to hours and will be conducted with great secrecy. Tbe citizens are doing everything possible to ad the militia. At 9 o'clock last night fifteen members of the miners' union were in j il on a obarge of willful murder. An important arrest was that of Edward Boyce, president of the western federation of miners, wbiob occurred at & o'clock yesterday after noon. - . If you want to bay or 'sell cattle wool or sheep, dou't fall to see or write J. Minium, wool and live stock broker, East Las Ve gas, New Mexico, lie will save you mon-y. JMwftdtf Montezuma Restaurant Center St. East Las Vegas. CHARLES WRIGHT, I'rop'r. Best Twenty-five Cent Meals in Town Tables supplied with everything tb mar ket affords. Patronage solicited. WILLIAM BAASOH, who U willing; to stand or fall on hi aaSritsM Mker, has oonatently. on sale at the LAS VEGAS BAKERY Opposite Postofflce, West Side. TRBBH flRKAD, OAKKB AND PIKS Bnoolsl orders Oiled on abort notloe. F, J. Mill, Now located on Sixth street, two doors north of the Postoffice, Tinning anfl Plumljiiig A Specialty. The Finest Lin of Stoves and Steel Ranges In tb City. Eeatl&g apparatus, heavy sheet Iron work, etc., contracted for at tb bottom prlo. Lt as figure on your work. THE LAS VEGAS SAVINGS BANK. Hekbt Goke, Prea H. W. Kelly, Vioe Pres. D. T. Hoskims, Tress. Paid up capital, $30,000. 3T"8ave your earnings by depositing them in the Las Visas Savings Bask, wher they will bring yon an Income, - Every dollar saved, is two dollar mad," No deposits received of less than $1. , Interest paid on all deposits of $6 and over. O. L. HOUGHTON, Hardware, Stoves -DEALER LN a fiigricnltiral I miieits OF ALL KINDS. A large stock of Stoves and Plows now on hand, which will be sold a little above cost. These goods are all warranted to be of tbe very best make in the United States, and to give perfect satisfaction. At the Old Stand on Center Street. EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M. Raqch and Mining Suppliee, Fence Wire, Nails, Picks and Shovels. BLASTING I QfAT POWDER. Cement.D Sheep Dips, Sulphur. Woolsacks. ; , s Steel Hay Rakes. BAIN WAGONS. --y-n rf i J 1 PLAZA HOTEL La Vegas, Maw M.xleo. only first-class house in the Headquarters for stockmen, A. DUVAL, In ohareeof Coislne Decartment. Rates p 860 per meal ; $6 per week. Tables eapplied The city. as with everything the market affords.) MRS. S. B. DAVIS Lessee: Booms by the day for fiOo to SI. 00: bv 1 month, $6 to $19. 1 . . A large and complete line of AGRICULTURAL If I! Plows and Points Kept constantly on hand, together with Qarden Hose. Wire Netting, Poultry and Fence Wire, STOVES AND RANGES of every description. ' Your patronage is solicited at the . Old Town Hardware Store, CNEW BUILDING, D. WINTERNITZ. The Dandj 'J3 Wind Mill. None Better. F. O. HOQSBTT. 1. A. W1S3. Notary Public Established 1881. WISE & HOGSETT, LOANS AND REAL ESTATE, " t Sixth and Douglas Aves., East Las Vegas, N. M. .: - : Improved and Unimproved Lands and City Property for sale. Investments made and attended to lor JNon-resments. xitieB examined, items ooiieoiea ano laxes paia. If CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. I The finest line of Carriages, Baggies. If Landaos, Bui reje, Phaetons and Boad Carta Id the Southwest, ol the bast manufacture 1 Livery and Feed Stable. , 1 BRIDPI STREET. LAS VECAI We Must Have Space! Our goods will bejsold at bottom prices to make room for Our New Which is arriving and which contains the Latest Novelties of the Season. Fall Assortment IIAEFNER & ROSSIER, Agents for Tr'HIIUE. AND ROSENWALDS South Side mil L Proprietors Soda Bottling Works. B. C. PITTENGER & CO. STEAM LAUNDRY. Goods called for and delivered Plaza.