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2l VOL XVII. EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1890. NO. 284 BRYAN IN NEW YORK I Arrangements Completed for Immense Mass Meetings at Tammany Hall. SHOT UP THE FAMILY. Jimci Newton Shoot. 5ev.ral M.mlMr 9t Hi. WIU'. Family. GUARD AGAINST LYNCHING James Newton, at Houston, Tex., Shoots up 111 of bis wife's Belations. TRAIN DISPATCHERS STRIKE Nkw York, N. Y., September 29. Tbe headquarters of the democratip state, committee In the Bartboldi hotel wag a scene of greatest aotlvity, early this morning. Hundreds of people were there, and all had come with tbe express purpose of seeing Mr. Bryan but very few, unless they proved that tbey had business with him, met with success. Mr. Brvan retired very late last night, and did not arise until 9 :30 o'olock. While at breakfast, be read his mail. At 10 :15 he gave an audi ence to newspaper men in his rooms on the second fluor of tbe hotel. Mr Bryan stood in the center of tbe room and shook hands with each man as he entered. When asked if he had aban doned tbe state of Ohio, as one of the papers stated, be answered if be bad, be did not intend telling any reporters bout it. New York, N. Y., September 29. Mr. Bryan would not discuss tbe dem. ooratio nominations made last night. tie expressed himself as being very well, and declared that, except a little hoarseness, he felt no evil effects after tbe meetings of last night. While talk. ing, a buge bunch of red roses, tied with red, white and blue ribbons, was sent to him by an almirer. , . New York, N. Y., September 29. Candidate Bryan bad a conference with Chairman Jones, Chairman C. J Faulkner, of the democratic cone-res sional campaign committee; Treasurer W. P. St. Johns Senator Gorman, Elliott Danfoitb, and other democratic leaders before he left this afternoon for Jersey City. All arrangements for the big mass meetings to be held to-night at lammany Hall and in that neigh bornood are complete. Houston, Tex , September 29 At 10 : 80 o'clock last nlgbt, James lsaao Newton walked into tbe borne of his tatber-in-law, Thomas L. Lyons, with a pistol, and commenced shooting. Lyons was shot in the bead, receiving a flesh wound. Mrs. Lyons, bis wife, aged sixty, was shot in the right oheek, through the left arm and tbe left band Thomas W. Lyons, a son, tiged thirty, was shot through the left side. Tbe wounds of tbe son and of the old lady will probably result fatally. Newton married a daughter of Thomas L. Lyons fifteen years ego, but in July last, Mrs. Newton left her husband on acouuut of . bad treatment, lie kid napped their daughter, nine years old, last week, and when bis wife refused to give bim clothes foe the child, he became enraged and last night went to the bouse Intending to clean out the family. He shot three times at, bis own son, thirteen years old, but none of the shots took effect. Mrs. Newton was not present. Newton was dis armed by young Lvons, after the latter was shot, and held until officers ar rived. UNION CIOAR-MAKERS. QUIET AT LIADVIUE new Company of Militia Mustered in and Sent to the Scene. Highest of all in Leavening Power.- SERIOUS FIGHT REPORTED Latest U. S. Gov't Report PUHE Ei-Secretary Whitney and Mrs. Edith Randolph Married To day at Noon. THE SANTA FE CONVENTION Th. Tobacco Roller, .re la Aaoual Session at Detroit. Mich. Detroit, Mich., September 29 The business sessions of the twenty. first annual convention of the Cigar Makers' International union commenc ed to-day, with the president, Geo. W. Perkins, of Chicago, presiding. Among tbe delegates were Samuel Uompers, president of tbe American Federation of Labor. Several hundred delegates, representing nearly 30,000 members in tbis country and Canada, were In at tendance. Tbe disbursements for tbe year,as shown by tbe annual report,are $431,006. Allusion is made in me re port to an organized attack npon tbe anion by a secret junta in New Xorfc, known as "The Triangle," who mis name themselves socialists. Tbe nil. nois delegates have prepared a resolu tion calling attention to tbe faot that tbe cigar factory at the Joliet peniten tiary is running full blast, and that tbe factory number has been changed to 71, First District, Illinois. .- w OUARD A0AIN5T LYNCHINO. Leadvillb. Colo.. September 29. All Is quiet here to-day, but the militia fear tbat trouble is imminent. By or. der of General Brooks, Captain Sewell tbis morning wired to Cripple Creek, authorizing the mustering in of a com pany of enlisted men, and dispatching them to Leadville immediately. ' " Serious Fighting Rt ported. London'. England, Septntnber 29.- Tbe government has received a dis patch from Mr. Salisbury stating tbat serious fightinsr.Iasiing three days, bad taken plaoe in Massonaland.ncar Mazoe. Tbe British, the telegram says, were hemmed in by natives for ten hours. No details were given. Will Convene Separately. St. Louis, Mo., September 29. Aocordlng to M. F. Doud, of this oily, wno claims to be obairman of tbe na tional silver party of Missouri, the nil ver slabs and independent silver olubs wbiob will gather here next Saturday, will not take part in the convention of the national democratic clubs, as at first intended. Mr. Doud says that an CHARLES Independent convention of clubs not in the democratio organization will be held in another hall. Traveling Passenger Agent. St. Louts, Mo., September 29 About 160 delegates are in attend, ance at the twenty-fourth annual con vention of tbe American association of traveling passenger agents, which be gan at the Southern hotel at 11 o'clock this raornnig. Mayor Walbridge de livered an address of welcome i N. 11. Warwick, of Cincinnati, responded on behalf of the association. Tbe morn ing session was devoted to routine busi ness and canvassing for officers for tbe ensuing year, the election of which will take place this afternoon. Reports of President Snavely and Treasurer Land man showed tbe association to be in prosperous circumstances. 1 he following officers were elected : President, F. H. Trlstmau, represent ing tbe Wabasb railway at Pittsburg, Peon. ; vioe-president, George 11. Gun nip, representing tbe Santa Fe at Cin cinnali; secretary and treasurer, R. W Landman, (re-elected), Columbus.Obio Tbe next meeting will be held in Cbi cago at a date to be selected by tbe executive oonramtee. BUSINESS POIRTBBS. Walter Deardeo, assayar and eb.ml.t Trinidad, Colo. - 187-tf TO CURB A COLD IN ONB DAY Tak. Laxative Broma Quinine Tablets. All druggist, refund tbs money If It fall. to cur.. 25 tf If vol want to buy or sell anything In th. second-hand flood, line oall oa 8. Kaufman, third door east of tb. old town postolEce . - 268 -tf Native bran at tbe mills, at 80c. per 100. La. Vega. Roller 160-tf Montezuma Restaurant Center 8t. East Las Vgas. WEIGHT, Prop'r. Best. Twenty-five Cent Meals m 1 own. Large Pore, of Deputise and Mllltla Called Oat In Louisiana. Ar. Against the Mason. London, England, September 29. Utspatobes from Vienna say tbat the oongress in opposition to tbe Masonio order, which commenced its sessions to-day at Trent, in the Tyrol.is largely attended. London and other English cities, Paris, Berlin, Vienna, Rome and Berne are represented. The maj inty oi ine aeiegates are Catholics and a number are priests. A communication from the Holy Father will be read to th congress, which will issue an anti- Masonio address. Table .applied with everything tb. mar' ket afford. Patronage .elicited. RJ.HK Lord Mayor Elected. London, Eogland, September 29. Alderman uoorze tauaet Phillips was elected lord mayor of London, to-day. A Pardon Denied. Washington, D. C, September 29. The president has denied tbe appli cation for pardon of Arthur D. An. drews, convicted in California, in March, 1894, of depositing obscene letters in the mail, who was sentenced to three years imprisonment. The Day'. Market.. Wall Street, N. Y., September 29. speculation opened weak and lower, prices declining to per cent. looacco leading, mere was some pressure to sell grangers, International and sugar, but the loss in these stocks was unimportant. St. Paul sold at 10 io on extra dividend. To Locate the Boundary. Washington, D.C., September 29. President Cleveland to-day completed the oommiitee authorized by congress to determine the oorrect location of tbe boundary lines of the Klamath Indian reservation, in Oregon, by tbe appoint ment of Richard P. Hammond, jr., of San Francisco. . AdvertUIng Agent. Aulgn. New York, N. Y., September 29. Herbert B oth King & Brother, adver tising agents, assigned to-day. Thoy bad been in business thirteen years, and last December claimed to be worth 9100,000. Tbey were also interested in the Herbert Booth King Publishing coenpanv, which published a paper called Fashion, started in 1891, Arranging tor Saturday. St. Louis, Mo., September 29. Tbe local committee having charge of the conventions of tbe national assooi tion of democratio olubs and of tbe ailverites, which were to have been held to-day, but have been deferred until Saturday, are busy at work, pet f6Ctlng arrangements. The hotels have received a large number of requests for reservations. Aground for Five Hour.. - New York, N. Y., September 29 The North German Lloyd's steamer "Saale" arrived at Sandy Hook early tbis morning and grounded on the edge of Flynn's knoll, after rounding Southwest spit, tier engines were re versed ani kept working at full speed stern, and after five hours, she slid into the channel without assistance And uninjured. Raining at Canton . Cantoh Ohio, September 29. A large delegation of old soldiers from tbe state soldiers' home at Sandusky, arrived here on tbe Baltimore & Ohio road at 12 :30 to-day. It was raining heavily and tbe visitors were escorted to tbe opera bouse. President Hop. kins, of tbe soldiers' MoKinley club. and L. W. Pull were spokosmen. Ma jor McKioley made a speech in re sponse to their addresses which was Jull of fooling. Amite Citt, Tangipahoa parish, La., September 29 The jail and court house here, where Arch Joiner, one of the two colored men accused of mar. dering four members of the Cotton (white) family, in this parish, are con fined, is guarded tbis morning by a posse of 100 armed men, sworn in by tbe sheriff, and by a company of the Hammond light guards of the state militia, sent by tbe state authorities. It is hoped these precautions are sufficient to prevent violence, . though large orowdi of lynchers are reported to be gathering at Independence, a few miles distant, near which point the crime was committed. The other negro ar rested for the crime is in tbe parish prison of New Orleans. All business is suspended here awaitinsr develop ments. May Enter a Convent. New York, N. Y., September 29. a London dispaton says: A report has obtained wide ourrency that the Prin cess Victoria of Wales, the only un married daughter of the Prince and Princess of Wales, is about to enter a oonvent. It is at least certain tbat tbe Princess Victoria has, sinoe the mar riage of her sister Maud,' been subject to frequent fits of depression, and it is recalled tbat not many years ago she was in favor with the eldest son of an Englishman of eminence and distinc tion, who was not unacceptable to her royal parents. . The venerable sov ereign, however, through the medium of a high appointment, practically ba isbed the man across tbe seas, and this is held to bo the reason tbat tbe princess alone of her brothers andVaisters is un married, although approaohiog her thirtieth birthday. Train Dispatcher. Strike. Toronto, Oct., September 29. Dispatches from the various points on the Canadian Paoifio railway, Indicate tbat the strike of train dispathers along the line oi road is still on. AH freight trains are said to be stalled but passen ger trains are moving as usual. Ottawa, Ont., September 29 Io consequence of the Canadian Paoifio railway strike, freight trains on tbat road are stopped all along the Ottawa and Chalk river divisions. Passenger trains are moving exoept the Winnipeg and Soo express. Nothing definite can be learned regarding the where abouts of these trains. , Tb. Santa Fe Convention. Special Telegram to (As Optic. Santa Fe, N. M September 29. The democratio convention here, to day, Is largely attended and the .great est harmony and enthusiasm is appar ent, .temporary officers were named at 2 p. m. A. R. Fall, president; George Berringer, secretary; George aena and A. C. de Baca, Interpreters. President Fall spoke at length. At 3 :S0, after tbe appointment of com mittees, a recess was taken till 4 o'clock. H. B. Fergusson will be I nominated by acclamation within the next hour. Tb. Texas Rat Investigation. St. Louis, Mo-, September 29 The inter-state commerce commission re sumed consideration of tbe petition of tbe St. Louis business men's league for a modification Of the Texas rates, to day. C. A. Parker, traffic manager of tbe Missouri Pa-.ifio, was the first wit ness, and was questioned by Attorney Orr. Mr. Parker rather surprised those in the court room by stating tbat it was his opinion that tbe reason why less than car-load rates were so muoh higher in proportion than car-load rates, was tbat no real effort bad been made to have tbe rates changed. After bearing the testimony of a number of other freight agents, the commission took a recess until 3 p. m. RANDOLPH-WHITNEY. Now located on Sixth street, two doors north of the Postoffice, TinniiPuPlmii A Specialty. The Finest Line of Stoves and Steel Ranges ' In tba City, Heating apparatus, heavy sheet Iron work, .to., contracted for at tba bottom orln. f.t na Aanr. nn ynaa vnrk. PHttNIX MEAT MARKET. J. S, Dillon, Prop. Dealer in all kind, of FRESH MEATS, HAMS AND BACON, . Fish, Game and Poultry m Joeason. OROJCRR bolicitko "VT'1CKI-Y furnished room.. In desirable location, ror rent at Mr. Dougla. avenue. Hereog's ssi-tf ITIOR RENT. A three-room cottage. jl; iy lurnisneu. AdoI to Mrs. 8. Hume corner Eighth and Juckson street, ato-st WANTED. order, for Coal and Wood 2H1 -m . H. d, Cooaa. "TOU KENT.-DuliHhtful r"oma. comfort. Xj ably lui nlslioil for house -keeping, at $i a'" vovcii-u. aibu ruuuit Kir lUUK'DK. 278-lm Mas. L. HoLLanWAOBB, 1113 National street, east of bridge. C 1 "i t cash and Sin a montb for nine S I ) rty-six month., will par for an elegant, rour-room nouse, nnving iwo cio. ets, outhouse., with grounds; bot of loca tlon. Residence lot. on tlve year.' time. 16(1 tf J. II. TBITLKBiUM. il. watches and Jewelry repairing of ail luj.k a t;o kind, done tf 8. Bridge Street. VOCAL INSTRUCTION. 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. MM) Baard e $4.00 PER WEEK. Also a Few Desirable Rooms to Rent. L J. Meyers, , Opp. 809 Grand Ave Clements Mill Ez-Secretarv Whitney and Mr.. Randolph . , Married at Noon, To-Day. The Fir. Underwriter. Chicago, 111., September 39 Be. itween three and fonr hundred of the leading fire underwriters of the west and northwest took part, to-day, in the openlng'at the Auditorium of tbe twen tv-seoond annual convention of their .organization. President George N, Loveioy called the gathering to order and announoed that. tornado rates and the question of excessive taxation wera among lb matter to ba dii CUssed, The Prison Association. Milwaukee, Wis., September 29. Tbe delegates to the national prison con gress to-day heard reports and entered into discussions on criminal law re. form, ''Immigration and Crime," dis charged prisoners, and . preventitive work, and religious motives as a re formatory agency. Considerable in terest is manifested in the paper to be read this evening by Dr. Morel, of Brus8ells, on solitary imprisonment; which is to be followed by a consider. ation of the reoently released Irish po litical prisoners. New Battery Locations. Washington, D.C.,September 29 Col. Shatter, commanding tbe depart ment of California in the absence of Gen. ForsUh, who is on leave, has made the following distribution of bat teries of tbe Third artillery, transfer red to tbat department from Florida: Captains Pratt, battery E; Burbanks, battery G; O'llara, battery II j Danes, batterfl; 8mith, battery K,' to Pre sidio; Humphries, battery D, and Huss, battery L, to Alcatrasa Island, pd Cbesler, battery A, to Fort Mason. Bab IIarbur, Maine, September 29. St. Sauveur'a Episcopal church was the scene of a brilliant wedding at 12 :30 o'clock to-day, when Mrs. Edith Randolph was married to Wm. C. Whitney, ex.secretary of the navy, who has been bere for the past week. No invitations were issued and none of Mr. Whitney's family were present. Mrs. Randolph asked a few friends verbally, who afterwards went to ber borne, The Anchorage," for break fast. Mrs. Randolph's brother, Fred May, attended to the church duties. Mr, Whitney was attended by Mr. Brun, Danish minister, and the bride was attended by her two children. The church was beautifully decorated and was thronged. Mr. Whitney had been suffering with rheumatism and has not yet recovered. Tbe couple leave, for a week and then go to Hot Springs. If you want to bay or Bell cattle wool or sheep, don't fail to see or write J. Minium, wool and live stock broker, East Las Ve gas, new Mexico. He will save yon money. J22wftdtf Beifeld's Glebrated Cloaks, . First-Class Dressmaking. Goods at Lowest Prices for Cash. OS. L. HOLLENWAGER. WILLIAM BAASOH. whe Is wlllina to stand or fall on Ma merits aa a baker, has constantly. oasaJ.attha LAS VEGAS BAKERY Opposite Poltomoe, Wast Sid.. VBSSH BBIAO, CASUS AKO Plii fpeoia) ordar. Oiled on short aotloe. SAN MICUEL NATIONAL BANK, OF LAS VEGAS.' Capital Paid in Surplus, $100,000. 50,000. UFFlOKBSt DB. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President, FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President. D. T. HOSKINS, Cashier. F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier.' ETISTERKST PAID OK TIME DEPOSITS IJBk Henbt Gokb, Pre H. W. Keli, Vice Pres. ,D. T. Eosxins, Treai. THE LAS VEGAS SAVINGS BANK. Paid up capital, $30,000. B3J-HeTe your earnings by depositing them In the Las Vboas Sa vinos Bajtx, where they will bring you an income. 4 Bvery dollar .aved, 1. two dollars made." 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. fiMM Iibs Cnini' East Las Vegas and Socorro. N. M. Wholesale Grocers, wool. Hides and Pelts. mMtfm 0iG-c Raqch and Mining Supplies; Pence Wire, Nails, Picks and Shovels. BLASTING 8 GIANT POWDER. Cement, Sheep Dips, Sulphur. Wool Sacks. Steel Hay Rakes. BAIN WAGONS 1 1 1 . -.V, .-jl,-.-. a ..-V mi . PLAZA HOTEL X. Taga., Mew Mexico. only first-class house in th Headquarters for stockaiea, A. DUVAL. In ohargeof Cuisine Department. Rates 86o per meal; f6 per week. Tables .applied with everything tbe market afford. MRS. S. B. DAVIS Lessee: Rooms by tbe day for BOo to $1.00; by , o IO month, A large and complete line of No deposit, reoelved of less than $1. Interest paid on all deposit, of $5 and over, O. L. HOUGHTON, -DEALER EN a Hardware, Stores &Agriciiltnrai Implements OP ALL KINDS. A large stock of Stoves nd Plows now on hand, whioh will be sold a little above cost. These goods are all warranted to be of the very best make in the United States, and to give perfect satisfaction. At the Old Stand on Center Street. - ' EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M. 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, LNW BUILDIKQ, D. WINTERNITZ. The Dandy Wind Mill. None Better. A. A. WISB, Notary Public Established 1881. - F. C. HOGSBTT. WISE & HOGSBTT, LOANS AND REAL ESTATE, Sixth and Douglas Aves., East Las Vegas, N. M. Improved and Unimproved Land, and City Property for sale. Investment, made and attended to lor jMon-resiaenis. xiiie. ezaminea, stents ooueoiea ano xaies paid. CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. Tbe finest line of Carriage., Buggies. Landaus, Suirey., Phffitons and Road Oarts Id the Southwest, of the bait manufacture Idvery and Feed Stable. BRIDPI STREET, US VEBAt 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. ROSENWALD'S South Side HAEFNER & ROSSIER, I AND I Proprietors , Soda Bottling Works. B. C. PITTENGER & CO. OTEAf.l LAUriDRY. Goods called for iicliveratl.M Plaza.'