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EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1800. NO. 281 DANGEROUS OUTLOOK The Situation at Leadville Thought to be Assuming Serious Proportions. CROWDS TO SEE M'KINLEY Candidate Bryan Addresses Ten Thousand People at Springfield, Mass. THE BRYAN TOUR. Alter Brief Talks, He Addresses 10,000 pie at Springfield, Mae. Pee TWENTY-FOUR HOUR RAC Leadville. Colo., September 25 There is danger ahead In the situation The mine managers and citizens gen erally are determined to wipe out the tough element. The strikers realize now that they are outlaws and have disappeared from the streets. They are believed to be secreted in the hills where they are banded together, with no thought of surrender. The inno cent sufferers from the strike are likely to become desperate, also, since tbey realize mat their jobs are liltely to go to outsiders. Nearly every busine man in the city joined one of the mill tia companies whioh were organized last night. Guns aud arms for 300 men arrived to-day. Governor Mclniire has so arranged that in case of a riot, attar the militia leaves, martial law can be declared immediately. The borne troops wi take care of the situation, 1 be city and county isils and guard houe are full of strikers. The search for arms Continues. The mines will open im mediately with Imported labor. Three hundred men are expected to arxive to night. , Severe dales In the Channel. London, England, September 25. A terrific north gale prevailed through out last night in the English chad nel, Bristol channel and elsewhere along the coasts. Great damage has ibeen done. Several vessels -were driven ashore. A Steamer Ashore. Amsterdam, September 25 Tbe four-master steamer reported ashore off the north coast ot Holland, proven to be tbe bpaniah steamer ''Hug," from Bremen for Liverpool. A North Gar- man Lloyd steamer picked np the crew and safely landed them. Held on Ball. New Yobk, N. Y., Septernber 25. uenerai oarios rvoion, aocuseu oi am ing in filibustering expeditions to Cubs, and who, according to the testi mony of a number of witnesses was an active participant in the steamship "Lauraaa's" expedition, , last August, was held by ' United st ites Commis aioner Alexander in $2,000 bail for the grand jury, ibis morning. The Prison Association. Milwaukee, Wis., September 25. Delegates are arriving for tbe national convention of the Ptison Association, which opens to-morrow. Headquarters were opened at tbe I'nster hotel, m charge of Rev. John L. Milligan, of Allegheny, Penn. An attendance of nearly 500 delegates is expected. At the conclusion of the congress, next week, there will be a conference in Chicago,, at which tbe indeterminate sentence law will be discussed. Fusion Proposed. St. Louis, Mo., September 25 There will be a meeting of the people's party state committee here to-morrow to consider the question of fusion with the democrats. Paul Vandervoort, of Omaha, chairman of the "middle-of-the-road1' faction, will make a vigorous protest against fusion. Several demo cratic nominees for congress refuse to step aside for a populist candidate and the chances for fusion on either con gressmen or presidential electors look very slight. Forced to Resign. London, England, September 25 The forced resignation of Rev. Dr. Bird, rector of Eastnor on tbe estate of Lady Henry Somerset, continues to be widely discussed in clerical circles, as well as among radical societies and the small army of people who are op posed to temperance refoim. Lady S imerset has made a statement in which she says that she pressed for the reqtor's resignation on account of his change in religious views. Tbe divine has been for some time past upholding socialism, and has also published a book entitled, "A Christian With Two Wives." . A Notable Work. SrniKGFiELn, 1116., September 25. The national convention of the Chris tian church' whioh opens here early next month promises to be a notable affair. Several hundred delegates, representing nearly a million members in the United States, as well as the missions in England, China, India, Japan, Turkey and Norway, will be in attendance. Although its work is con ducted so quietly as to attract . little public attention, tbe Christian church stands third among the religious bodies of the United States in Christian En deavor work and is rapidly pressing to the first plaoe. The Postponed Fight. New York, N. Y., September 25 Tommy White, tbe Chicago feather--. weight, and George Dixon will come together in the netf Broadway athletic club's arena, to-night, for the feather weight championship of the world. The contest was originally scheduled for last Monday night, but was post poned at tbe last moment, owing to tbe failure oi tne contractors to get me arena in shape. To comply with the state laws, the contest is to be limited to twenty rounds, but it is expected that one man or tbe other will be out beiors tbe limit is reached. Tbe sport Spuing fikld, Mass., September 25 A hundred ob more people gathered at the railroad station in Hartford this morning toseeWm. J. Bryan leave for Springfield. They cheered him heartily as be appeared on the platform of the special car secured by tbe Springfield committee, and demanded a speech. He told tbem something about the money question and finished his talk as the train drew out. Small crowds assembled around the Bryan car at Windsor, Conn., tbe first stopping point. - At Windsor Licks, several' hundred people saw Mr. Iirvan and cheered Mm. He responded with a few words Thomson viile was tbe last stop in Connecticut. The - crowd was about equal to that at Windsor Locks. Bryan spoke briefly. SpRirJGKiEi.D, Mass., September 25. An audience numbering about 10,000 people heard Wm. J. Brvan deliver an address of half an hour long in Court Square in this city, ibis afuruoon. The first person who greeted him at tbe station here wan George Fred Williams, of Boston, bis foimer colleague in con gress, and his most active supporter in Massachusetts. Bryan was cheered as he entered the square. He was intro duced by Mayor Winter'. At tbe conclusion of tis address, Mr Bryan was taken to Hotel Worthy for luncheon, followed by a running crowd. At 1:15 o'clock he left for Wor cester. ONE CONTINUOUS CROWD. People Continue to Flock to Sea sad McKlnley, by the Hundreds. Hear Canton, Ohio, September 25. A delegation from Marion, Indiana, arrived in Canton shortly after 7 o'clock this morning and started for Major Mc kinley's bouse before be bad nn.sbed bis sleep. A delegation marching with bands through tbe streets at this early hour was a novelty, even in Canton. - The Marion people numbered 500. Many were former residents of Canton, having gone to Indiana after the discovery of natural gas. The spokesman. Dr. Frances, of Marion, assured Msjir McKlnley that tbe work ingmen of Indiana were enthusiastic in their support of him, and, the stale would give him 40,000- plurality. Major McKioley brieilv responded, and at the conclusion of the speech he was enthusiastically cheered. Among other visitors expected to-day are dele gations from Crawford oounty, Pa , Wyandotte county, Ohio, and one from East Springfield, Pa. A large excur sion from Seneca county and Tiffin, Uhio, is also looked for. OTHER CALLERS. ' At 11 o'clock 800 citizen of Mead- ville, Crawford county, Pa., arrived, Major McKlnley was repeatedly cheer ed. Dr. Flood, tbe spokesman, declared that Pennsylvania would give between 300,000 and 400,000 plurality r Mciuuiey. la tne urawford couo ty delegation were half the faculty and 1U0 students of Allegheny college Major McKinley was a student at this ollege and bis greeting to the students was beautiful and ardent. - - ' - AN ENGLISH OPINION A Radical London Newspape Comments on the Political Situation. DEED OF TRUST FILED A Terrlfie Explosion of Mine Gas, Causes Several Deaths in Pennsylvania. WINE MERCHANT SUICIDES THF TWENTY-FOUR HOUR RACE. Several American Records Already Broken by , the Long-Winded Riders. Chicago, Illinois, September 25. The intense interest in the great twenty-four-hour bicycle race at the coliseum is not abated this morning. Nearly all tbe contestants stopped for rub-down and a hasty breakfast, tbis morning, and then pedaled away in tbe determination to cover as great a istanoe as possible before 9 o'clock night, when tbe race ends. All are cheerful and bright.- The distances covered op to 9 a. m., are ad follows: Gimm, 265 miles; Schinner, 255 miles and 1 lap; Miller, 254 miles, laps: Wailer 242 miles, Slaps; Myers, 2U miles, 1 lap; Sdhock, 235 miles; Harding, 230; miles, 2 laps; Hansen, 221 miles, 3 laps; Blakeslee, 207 miles; Hyde, 188 mil?, Slaps. All American records from 28 miles up are broken. Four men are now aiead of the record. ' At 1 p. m. the score stood: Gimm, 344 miles, 3 laps; Schinner, 329 miles; Miller, 323 miles; Waller, 322 miles, 3 laps; Myers, 301 miles, 3 laps; Sobock, 297 miles; Harding 294 miles, 1 lap. WILL EE A TOUGH JOB. Nmv York, N. Y., September 25. A London dispatch says: The radical Echo, wbich has an immense ciroula lion, comments upon tbe political situation in the United States In part as follows : It matters little who wins. Mr Bryan is apparently bent on ruining every man in America who is owed dollar, while Mr. McKinley is deter mined to reinforce a high protective tariff wbich will binder every man who has a dollar from spending it. "In the United States to-day, tbe laboring man is being bind to death to line the pockets of middlemen and speculators, who keep McKinley and Bryan like a conple of dolls outside rag and bone shop to gull tbe sweated audi swindled publio with quack reme dies. Mf anwbile the attempt to force np American seenrities has failed. There Will bo a time to buv, when we will give the word, bnt until then let no manufactured spurts tempt anyone.' Markets Weak and Lower. Wall Street, N. Y., September 25 Tbe took market opened weak and generally to per cent, lower, Sugar scored tbe greatest loss, falling from 111.1" to 111. There was some pressure, to sell Reading around 18, bnt offerings of other prominent issues were light. Qas Explosion. Pottsville, Penn., September, 25. At 5 o'clock last evening an explosion of mine gis occurred at Middle Cref k colliery, near Tremont. ive men were seriously and perhaps fatally burned or otherwise injured. Two of them died after reaching their homes at Blackwood, about two miles from tbe colliery. A Suicide. Chicago, 111., September 25 John M. Fanlhaber, a wealthy wine mer chant, residing, at Np526 North Clark street, attempted to Commit suicide, last nifht. After retiring, he turned the gas partly on and fired two shots from a revolver into his bead. The act was committed late at night and was not discovered until this morning. He is still alive, but no hopes are enter tained of bis recovery. Business re verses and domestic troubles prompted the deed. Deed of Trust Filed. Kansas Crrr, Mo., September 25 "The International .Loan and Trust 'company, of Kansas City, filed a deed of trust in tbe recorder's oflice to-day lor $ 96,297. The officers refuse to italic about tbe company's condition. A similar deed has been filed in Wyan. jj-dotte county, Kansas. Tbe creditors are banks in New York, Maine, Massa chusetts, ; Vermont, New 'Hampshire and Pennsylvania. The deed of trust covers .numerous tracts of real estate in Kansas City, farm lands in Texas and other states, and a long list of notes and securities. It provides that the trust company is to have until December 1st, 1896, in which to meet its obligations. Visitors at Springfield. Springfield, 111., September 25. A. trainlooad of delegates who have been in attendance on tbe convention of tbe American Bankers' association, at St. Louis, arrived here to-day, upon the Invitation of the local bankers. Tbis afternoon tbe visitors assembled Highest of all in leavening Power. Latest lA S. Gov't Report , , JS233S3 11 &7VVWSaSm ; O310JTEEV PUBE ' 11 wct at Lincoln's tomb and brief patriotio addresses were delivered by IIjds. . H. Pullen and Jos. C. Hendrix, of New York, K. M. Nelson, of Selma, Ala., and others. Tbis afternoon the Lin coln home and state house were visit ed, and tbe delegates returned by epe oial train to St. Louis.,., Vocal Instruction. Mist Llla CUteraa Anchor, soprani and contralto soloist and vooal instructress. A limited number ot pupils will be received. Lessons elven at b ma in tbe Maluoeul residence, uuiiinas street. A tchkon's Corn Carnival. Atchison, Kas September 25 Atchison's second annual corn oarnival is in full blast to-day, and has attracted thousands of visitors from ' different parts of tbe slate. The town is decor ated with cornstalks and monster ears of corn gathered from nearly every county. Tbis afternoon the local and visiting bands to a total oi zuo musi cianr, united ia a patriotio concert. Probable Fusion In Utab. Salt Lake, Utah, September 24. While the democratic state convention is in progress at Provo City, to-day, i state convention of the independent re publican silverites is in session here. It is probable that the republican silver men will "use with tbe democrats so tar as the electoral ticket is concerned while in return the democrats may en dorse an independent republican for congress.. Tbe republican convention will be held at Ogden on Saturday, and will nominate McKlnley and Ho- bart electors. tf TO cure a cold in one day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All drueaists refund tbe money if it falls to curs. 25?. tf BU8INK88 POINTERS. Walter Dearden, assayer and chemist Trinidad, Colo. Native bran at tbe mills, AtfiQc. per 100. Las 187 Vegas Roller 160-tf Chances to be Made Milwaukee, Wis., September 25 A special meeting of the State Grand Lodge of the Ancient Order of United Workmen opened here, to-day, for tbe purpose of adopting a revised constitu tion recently promulgated by tbe Su preme Lodge of tbe order, and to take action upon the proposition to change the age of eligibility for membership from twenty-one to eighteen years. Tbe Grand Lidge will also adopt the graded system of insurance, enabling members to obtain certiheates for $1,000, tbo minium hitherto having been f 2,000. A Qolden Jubilee. Chicago, III., September 24 With solomn exercises the religious order of the Sisters of Mercy to-day celebrated) be golden jubilee of its in stitution in Chicago. Fifty years ago tbis month five relle-ieux at the request of the first Catholio bishop of Chicago, left ibe mother bouse at Pittsburg and traveled from civilizttion to western prairies. Upon the foundation wbich tbey reared in Chicago have been built up numerous academies, hospitals and parish schools. Tbis morning ponti fical high mass was celebrated by Arch bishop Feehan in tbe chapel of St. Xavier's academy, and a reception fol lowed. - If you want to buy or sell cattle wool or sbeep, dou't fail to Bee or write J. Minium, wool and live stock broker, East Las Ve gas, New Mexico, tie will save you money. 222vdtf 1 If yoi want tQ buy or,ell anything in the' second-band : goods Jltie call on 8 Kaufman, ' third door east of tbe old town poetoflice ' - 289-tf SPECIAL NOTICES. ANTED. Orders for Coal and Wood 281-126 H . (i. Cooks. -117-ANTEU-To VV lor a oflice. trade a good milch enw Bprlng wagon. Apply at tbis T71C-II RENT Jj entb stieet. A four room house on Sev Apply here. 279-tr TTOIt RKNT Four nicely furnished rooms JJ Apply at the office of 8. A. Clements'i p anlDK mill. 278 at TraOR KEN r. -Delightful r-oms. comfort- AJ ably furnished for house-keeping, at t aim saeavn. Also rooms ror ioukiiik. 276 lm '- Mrs. L. Hollmnwagkr, 1112 National rtreet, east of bridge. A LDYTK ACHKR. of lona experience V would Ilka a position I a family, to teach chlldre . for the wlnte. Tun Optc, Las Vegas, M . M. , Address 268 6t KENT A seven -room furnished house. Apply to Amos F. Lewis. 2"3-tf FOIt hoi CJ f r i cash and iV a month for nine 5 I J I tv-six uroliths-, 'will pay for an e'egant, four-rooui house, haying two clos ets, outioujes, with grounds; b,t ot loca tion. Iiesldence,lots on live years' time. ' 258Cf J. 11. TBITLIBiUM. IT ON EY IV 1 watches and Jewelry- TO kinds done. tf LOAN. On diamonds, repainug or an 8. L0Jn A Co , Bridge Street. oo in $4.0Q PER WEEK. Also a Few Desirable Rooms to Rent. 309 Grand Aye., First National Bank, LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. " ' JOSHUA S. BAYNOLDS, President.; JOHN W. ZOLLARS, Vice-President. A. B. SMITH, Cashier Accounts Received Subject to Check. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. B in fin i! Ataus ffliiiiif . X J 1 tast Las Vegas and Socorro, N. M. "Wholesale Grocers, Wool, Hides and Pelts. far) w rV , e f J'i - 4J UL- -Sr-wTT ft i, Raqch and Mining Supplies, Fence Wire, Nails, Picks and Shovels. BLASTING 8" GIANT POWDER. Cement,! Sheep Dips, Sulphur. Steel Hay Rakes. Wool Sacks. BAIN WAGONS. OF LAS VEGAS. Capital Paid in Surplus, - T T HUrtTTrtTlM " nrA. , . LJ. Mo ML ilmi , Opr.' Clements1' Mill. vaST-viMS WtfSWS!&M&&feifl CAW MP DT W A iPTfl M AT D A ATIr f mMWlllilllM fcum. ,AiMMtlXlM-VtiMm Irf IWirt'llMTlltifli If The city. $100,000. 50,000. VOCAL INSTRUCTION. New York Supreme Court Order the Collec tion of a Peculiar Assessment. New York, N. Y., September 26. An unpleasant surprise awaits the teas of thousands of people who at any time within the last six years have held policies in tbe defunct United states Mutual Accident association. It is in the form of an assessment of 412 for each $5,000 policy m force for any portion of the period from October, 1890, to the retirement of tbe associa tion from business, no matter how lim ited the period during which such policy was in frce. Tbe assessment has been ordnred by tbe supreme oourt. Thousands of these policies are held in the west and southwest, and in at tempting to collect the assessment, Be. ceiver Henry W. Gray, is likely to re alize that he has struck the work of his life. Wholesale resistance to the col lection is anticipated. Count Tolstoi May Come. Cu cago, Illinois September 25. Word has been received here from London that Count Tolstoi may visit the United States early next year. He has already planned a trip to Sweden in November, which is to be extended to England about Christmas. If his health is good and his literary labors Soprano and Contralto Soloist, and Vocal Instructress..:... ! A limited number of pupils will be received. Lessons given at home in the Malboeuf residence, Gallinas street, East Las Vegas. permit he may take a trip across the ins cult" favors Dixon, although the Atlantio and visit a few of the leading I Chioago boy has many backers. - towns In the United States. 11 1 WILL f AM BAAS OH, who Is wllllnc to stand or fall on his .mBritsaaa Mker, hu oonstently. on sals sit the LAS VEGAS BAKERY Opposlt Fostofflos, West Sid. tBISO BBIAD, OAKK8 AMD FI BdmIu orders filled on short notlo. f. j. cm, Sow looated on Sixth street, two doors north of the FostofBoe, TiMiPuPlilg A Specialty. . ; . The Finest Line of Stoves and Steel Ranges In the City. Heating apparatus, heavy staset Iron work, eto., contracted lor at ths bottom prlM. Let m flgur oo j-oor work. UFFlOBBSl DB. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President, FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President. ' D. T. HOSKINS, Ceshior. "J F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier. t3T IWTKItEST PAID ON T1MK DEPOSITS Ij2S . THE LAS VEGAS SAVINGS BANK Kerry Goks, Pres H. w. Kbllt, Vice Prea. D. T. Hoskins, Treat. Paid up capital, $30,000. tS"SaTe yoar earnings by depositing them In the Las Vegas 8a vines Base, where they will bring you an income. JSvery dollar saved, Is two dollars made." No deposits reeelved of less than Jl. Interest paid on all deposits ot $6 and over. O. L. HOUGHTON, -DEALER HJ a Hardware, Stores & Agricnlioral Impleinenis 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 th United States, and to give perfect satisfaction. At the Old Stand on Center Street. EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M. PLAZA HOTEL , Laa VegsiS, Dew Hexlea. only first-class house in the Headquarters for stockmen A. DUVAL, In charge of Cuisine Department. Rates: S5o per meal; $6 per week. Tables BnppUeJ with everything the market affordu.J MRS. S. B. DAVIS Lessee: Booms by the day for BOo to $1.00: bv month. SB to SI?. 1 A large and complete line of , Plows q.nd 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 BUILDING, ' , D. WINTERNITZ. The Dandy Wind Mill. None Better. P. C. HOGSETT. A. A. WISB. Notary Public Established 1881. WISE & HOQSBTT, LOANS AND REAL ESTATE, Sixth and Donglas Aves., East Las Vegas, N. M. Improved and Unimproved Lands and City Property for sale. Investments made and attended to lor noo-resmenis. iiw examiueu, aeuts ooiieoiea ana xazes paia. CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. The finest line of Carriage!, Baggies, Landaus, Suireys, Phsetons and Boad Carts in ths Southwest, ol the bass manufacture Livery and Feed Stables. IRIOri STREET, LAS VfOU We Must Have Space! Our goods will be sold at bottom prices to make room for Our New Fall Assortment. Which is arriving and which contains the Latest Novelties of the Season. HAEFNER & ROSSIER, Agents for il AND ROSENWALD'S. South Side Proprietors Soda Bottling Works. B. C. PITTENGER & CO. STEAM LAUNDRY. Goods called for and delivered M Plaza.