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VOL XVII.
EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBEir9,'l800; V
NO. 293
O
AFIRE ANNIVERSARY
The Date of Chicago's big Blaze
Observed by the Politicians
and Pickpockets.
EAGER CROWDS SEE BRYAN
An Indiana Farmer Batchers
Wife, Children and Slashes
Himself Fatally.
MORE OCEAN DISASTERS
Chicago, Illinois. October 9. The
anniversary of the great Chicago fire
was to-day made the occasion of an ex
traordinary demonstration In favor1 of
sound money". To-ntght, "Chi
. cago day" will be further celebrated
by those who desire to prove that there
are some silver men in the metropolis
of the west. The silver demonstration
will commence at dusk, and the city is
thus insured some fifteen hours of
political tempestousness.
To-day's parade was a colossal af
fair. Over 75,000 voters were in line,
including the city council and tbo im
portant department; representing the
city offices. General Joseph Stockton
was chief marshal, and introduced an
innovation in having his aides on
wheels, instead of on horseback.
There were seventy bands of music,
many of which were imported from
other cities. The mottoes displayed
related solely to "sound money,"
"national honor," "national credit,"
"national unity" and "national pros
perity." Pickpockets took advantage of the
. large crowd ia front of tbe United
States express office, on Washington
street, at 10:45 o'clock and started a
tight, in the excitement, several wo
men were robbod of their purses and
tbeir screams started a panic, during
winch tbree or four women fainted and
number received slight bruises. The
parade stopped while the officers res
cued tbe fainting woman and restored
order. Several arrests were made. .
As tbe parade was passing, tbe corn
er of Dearborn and Monroe streets at
noon, A. U. Walker, who Is employed
in a furniture house and under the in
fluence of liquor, drew a loaded revol
ver and began to shoot up at the win
. aows, wnere ladies ana children were
gathered, watching the parade. For.
ttmately, no one was hit, but a panic
and a crush resulted, during which
many women fainted. Walker was ar
rested. -The fainting women were
taken into neighboring drugstores. At
noon, seven picspocKets bad been ar
rested.
DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING.
Chicago, Ills., Ootober 9. A large
democratic mass meeting was held at
Tatteraalls', State and Sixteenth streets,
at 3 o'clock, this afternoon.' . Speeches
were delivered by Jeff Chandler, of
Missouri; Judge James A. McKenzie,
of Illinois, and H. F. Bartine, of the
National bi-metallio league. Senator
H M. Teller, of Colorado, who was to
have been the obief speaker, was on
able to deliver his address, his voice
having failed. .
A Cardinal Dead.
Roue, October 9. Cardinal Gaetano
de Ruggiero, secretary of the depart
ment of apostolic briefs and grand
chancellorie of orders, died, this morn
ing. He was born at Naples, January
12th, 1816, and was created a cardinal
in 1889.
''J Aiding Americans,
London, England, October 9.
It is learned by tbe United Associated
Presses that the United States Embas
sy bere is making every possible effort
to ameliorate tbe position of tbe Amer
icans, Walter Michael Castle and his
wife.
. Scottish Liberal Association.
London, England, October 9 The
annual conference of .the Scottish lib
eral association opened tbis morning.
At this evening's Hession, Lord Rose
bery made his first political speech of
tbe season. On tbe Turkish question,
he took substantially tbe same grounds
as those advanced by Mr. Gladstone,
and in addition roundly scored the pol
icy of the present tory administration.
A Conaplrator Arraigned.
London, Eng., Ootober 9 Edward
J. Ivory, alias Edward Bell, an alleged
dynamite conspirator, who was arrest
ed at Glasgow, Septembor 12th, was
arraigned for the third lime in the Bow
street police court, this morning. A
boy named James Burns, a step-son of
Patrick McCaffrey, was called to tbe
witness stand and identified Ivory
as having called at his mother's home
in Glasgow and was afterwards identi
fied as having gone in search of O'Hara
and Meagher, to whom he had letters
of introduction from Kearney.
The Cleveland!.
Washington, D. C, Ootober 9
The chief executive returned to-day.
from bis 101 days' vacation at Gray
Gables, un Buzzard's Bay, Mass. Tbe
president and bis private secretary.Mr.
Tburber, reached Washington at 7:4.0
o'clock a. ra , after a good night's rest
. in a private car attached to the mid
night train from Mew York. No one
accompanied them and immediately
after their breakfast, on their arrival
at the white house, they entered their
adjoining offices, and began the routine
of public business. The president
Lever looked better than to-day and he
is declared to be in splendid condition
for tbe duties of the session of congress
which must necessarily follow the na
tional eleotlon, no matter what tbe re
sult may be.
Mrs. Cleveland and tbe children will
reach Washington, Saturday evening.
The president's return was so timed as
to resume the regular Friday cabinet
' fleeting at 11 o'clock.
PERILS OP THE OCEAN.
Th.
Piiry of Yeeterdey'. Oat. Wu Almwit
Beyond Precedent.
LoNDONEoRiand, Octobers. The
oaptain of the French Steamer which
took refuge at Holyhead from the fury
of yesterday's gale, reports having seen
a large steamer founded off Bishop and
uiems in si. ueotge's channel, yes
teroay noon. ....
Thfl NnrtvpO'lnn hurlr. Sb Klnr. "
1
was. totally wrecked off Stackpole,
yesterday. Klghtof her crew, were
saved and five are missing. The gale
has now abated.
The steamers "Nottingham" and
"Ernestine' came into collision in the
Humber, at Hull, this morning. Both
vessels were seriously damaged, it be
log necessary to beach the "Notting
bam" to save her from sinking. No
one was hurt.
The "Ramsay" life boat saved thir
teen men from tbe Norwegian bark
"Giovanni" and twenty-two men from
nve other vessels.
AN ACCIDENT AT SEA.
New York, N. Y., Ootober 9
Capt. Albers, of tbe steamer "Fuerst
Bismarck," from Hamburg, on its ar
rival at quarantine, reported yesterday
about noon, that the American liner,
"Paris," was sighted lying still. A
boat was lowered from tbe disabled
steamer and came alongside the "Bis
marck." It is reported that tbe star
board engine bad broken down and it
was asked that letters be taken to tbe
New York agents. No assistance was re
quired. Captain Watkins , sent word
hat be would proceed to his destination
under a port engine.
I be ofiicials of the company say that
tbe aocident to the "Paris" means a
loss of 20 per cent, of propelling pow
er. Her agents expect to bear from
ber in Southampton, a week from Sat
urday. - ,
THE SPIRITUALISTS.
The Largeet International fathering Ever Seen
In Thi. Country.
Washington, D. C, October 9.
What promises to be tbe largest inter
national gathering of epiritaallsts ever
seen in tbis country will be held la
this city during the closing week of the
present month. It will be tbe fourth
annual convention of the National
Spiritualists' association of the United
States of America and of Canada. Tbe
spacious assembly ball of tbe Masonlo
temple has been retained for tbe gener
al meetings, while headquarters will
be at the Ebbitt house. The New Eng
land delegations have engaged a spe
cial train from Boston, with short
stops In 'New York and Philadelphia.
A large number of proposed amend'
men is to the constitution have already
been received by President Barrett and
Secretary Woodbury. One- provides
for tbe establishment of a "National
Spiritualists' temple fund," having for
its object the purchase of a lot and the
erection of a national temple. Tbe
addition of a Children's progressive
lyceum will also be considered. Among
the important questions to come before
the convention are : Means of proteo
tion from fortune tellers and impostors ;
and methods by which only such per
sons as are specially qualified by edu
cation and development of spiritual
gifts may be ordained. ,
UP EARLY.
Eager Crowd. Disturbed Mr. Bryan. Slumber.,
. . -. .' ; ' Thi. Morning.
Siocx Citt, Iowa, October 9. The
people who got up early to see Wm. J.
Bryan would not let him . sleep, tbis
morning. . They banged on the win
dows of his private oar at Marshall
town, up to tbe time he left that place
at 1:43 o'clock a. m. hardly day break,
when the banging was renewed at lit
tle stations where tbe train halted on
its way to this city. ' Crowds bad
gathered at Wall Lake, Odebolt, Ar
thur. Ida Grove, Battle' Creek, Dan-
bury, Mapleton, Onawa and Whiting.
Mr. Bryan was obliged to rise early, in
response to shouts at several stations
of "Trot him out," and "Let's see
bim". He made a number of brief
speeches.
The biggest crowd that heard him
was at Onawa, a populist stronghold.
It was raining bard, a chilly, cold rain,
when Sioux City was reached at 10:20
ibis morning. Mr. Bryan wrs escorted
to a big train shed of the union passen
ger station, where, mounted on a truck,
be addressed an audience of several
thousand - people, who were olosely
huddled together there. ,
AWFUL TRAGEDY.
A Hu.band Batcher. HI. Family In Hamilton
' County, Indiana.
Noblksville, Ind.', 'October 9.
Evidences of a terrible tragedy were
discovered, this morning, at the home
of Albert Bray, a ' farmer living two
miles from this city. A neighbor, on
going to tbe bouse and failing to get a
response to a rap, forced bis way in
and found the bodies of Bray, his wife
and two little children, aged three and
sis years, . respectively, upon the floor
in tbe bed-room , in-- which they slept.
Bray was still alive, but the others
were dead. The father expired shortly
after the discovery wss made, without
gaining consciousness. A bloody razoi
was lying at his side, and it is supposed
th'vt be committed the awful butchery
with his own bands.
Tb. Opposition to Sew.ll.
Kansas Citt, Missouri, October 9
The World, this afternoon, prints a
story from Topeka which gives reasons
why tbe national populists' convention
at St. Louis refused to endorse Sewall
for vice-president. The story alleges
,bat L C. Batemac, populist candi
date fr governor of Maine,- used hip
influpnoe to secure Jewell's defeat, ba
ing actuated by revenge, because Sewall
bad refused to ask tbe demoeratio can
didate for governor of Maine to with
draw iu his (Bateman's) favor.
THE TROTTING TURF
I The Greatest Betting on a Race
in
the Whole History
of
Racing Circuits.
CORNING, IOWA ALL AFIRE
A Poll of Kentucky by the Re
publicans Gires Assurance of
a Big Majority.
A BANK ROBBER IS KILLED
TBOTTWtf Track, Lkxingtow. Ky .
uotober V -tlve thousand people saw
tne great Transylvania stake decided
here, to-day. Tbe rich prize went to
"Senator A., a bay horse by ''Tramp-
rano , that bad won two beats, yes
terday; "Governor Strong," ahorse
that also had two heats, second; "Al-
cedalia," thir; time, 2:11. There
were nearly 1200,000 in the pool-box
on tne race, tne greatest vetting on a
raoe in the whole history of tbe trot
ting turf. The track was fast. ''Louis
Viotor" won the fourth and deciding
beat in tbe unfinished 2 :19 class :"Ata-
lantis," seoond : "Mackay, third : time,
2:16
"China Zelk" woo the Kentucky
futurity of f 5,000 for two-year-olds.
breaking tbe track record ; time,216 34 ;
"Preston,"
second; "Silver Locak,"
third.
A Town on Pin,
Creston, Iowa, October 9. Report
has reached this city that Corning,
Iowa, is almost totally destroyed by
nre. An unknown man was burned to
death. Tbe loss is $300,000.
Steady Market.
Wall Steekt, N. Y., October 9.
Stocks opened steady for railway is
sues, sugar was heavy and sold down
to 106. Manhattan was an excep
tion and it rose to witbio a fraction of
93, Tbe trading outside of Manhattan
and sugar was light.
Bank Robber Killed.
Faibmount, Minn., October 9 One
of tbe Sherburne bank robbers and
murderers was killed by Deputy Sheriff
Ward, of this county, at Bancroft,
Iowa. He had shot and killed the
marshal of that place. Tbe other
desperado is surrounded and will be
killed or captured within an hour.
, ' A Poll of Kentucky.
Lodisviixk, Ky., October 9 The
Courier-Journal this morning, says
that the republicans nave completed
their poll of tbe state, as complete as
it can be made. Tbe men who did tbe
work in tbe school districts of eaoh
oounty in nearly every instance are tbe
same individuals who helped Dr. Hunt-1
er make his remarkably accurate poll,
a year ago. They expect to go down
to tbe seoond district with at least 25,-
000 majority.
'Short ia HI. Account.
Washington, D. C Ootober 9. It
is announced that a shortage of be
tween $15,000 and $16,000 has been
found in the accounts of Dr. A. C.
Patterson, assistant physician in charge
of St. Elizabeth's asylum. Tbe deficit
does not come out of the government
funds, but out of sums which had been
paid by private patients. , Dr. Patter
son and his friends will make good the
deficiency. For the tbree months last
past. Dr. Patterson has been in Canada
for bis health. .. ., .;
This afternoon, Dr. Godding' stated
thit the amount of the shortage bad
already been made good. The matter
is one with which tbe government bad
nothing to do.
VOCAL INSTRUCTION.
I1U
Soprano and Contralto Soloist,
and Vocal Instructress
A limited number of pupils will be
received. Lessons triven at home
in the Malboeuf residence, Gallinas
street, East Las Vegas.
CH AFFiFJ & HORNE
Livery Feed and Sale
STABLE,
Headquarters for
Ranchmen. . . . . ,
Douglas Avenue, East Las Vegas.
Beifeid's Clebrated Cloaks,
First-Glass Dressmaking.
Goods at Lowest Prices for Cash.
MRS. L. HOLLEN wVAGER.
WM. MALBOEUF,
ise,
Harness, Saddles Etc.,
The best place in the City to buy
your
GROCERIES.
General Llerclianfl
Highest of all in Leavening
THEIR kEPORT.
I Th. V.aetMUM CotamUilon 'Will Render One
A the Prttldeat.
Washington, D. C, Ootober 9
With Justice Brewer, of the United
States supreme Court, presiding; the
Venrzuelan commission, appointed by
President Cleveland last January, to
Investigate - ' the - British-Venezuelan
boundary-line' dispute, met here,: to
day, tor tbe purpoie of preparing a re
port to be made to tbe president, in
advance of the meeting of congress in
December. During tbe summer, nearly
all the members of the commission
have been at work - upon different
breaches of the subject. The decision
of tbe commission will largely hinge
upon the report 6f Professor Bier, who
for months past has been ransaokinz
the Dutch archives in Holland and
London. With tbe submission of tbe
report to tbe president, ' the work of
the commission will cease.
PLUCKY PIRATES.
They Boldly Board a French Ship and Engage
In Fight.
Madrid, Spain, October 9 News
has been received by tbe government
that turn pirates are again committing
depredations npon ' passing vessels,
having become bolder, than ever. A
strong band of RitB boarded the French
ship "Coriote", off at Hucema, and
after pinioning the crew, they plunder
ed tbe ship's - eargo. - The Spanish
steamer "S. villa",, conveying Cuban
exilei to Ceuta, appeared on the scene
and fired on the pirates. Tbe fire was
returned and the fignt was begun.
wbioh lasted some time, lour men
on board the "Sevilla" were killed.
including a Cuban prfsoner named
Oscar. The pirates finally retired, but
oarried off tbe oaptain of tbe "Coriote".
Tbe Spanish warship has gone in
search of tbe pirates. ..
A PROPOSITION.
Th. Conditions M Which the PopulllU Will
Hum In Athwart, -
6t. Louis, Missouri, Ootober 9
Tbe people's party's state central com
mittee, last night, passed a resolution,
giving tbe executive committee power
to arrange a fusion with tbe democrats
on tbe state ticket, providing tbe latter
would concede to the populists the
offices of attorney general and railroad
commissioner. - Tbe acceptance of tbe
proposition is extremely doubtful.
Chairman Cook, of the democratic
state central committee, said, last
night, that tbe proposition, looking to
tbe withdrawal of any democratic can
didate from tbo ticket, would be con
sidered by the state committee.
OF LAS
Capitalized in
Surplus,' 3
SAW NATIONAL
OFFICKBSl
DB. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President,
-i. FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President.
D. T. HOSKTNS, Cashier.
F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier.
, '. OT IHTKRKST PAID OH THUS DEPOSITS IJE3I
THE
LAS VEGAS
SAVINGS BANK.
?8ave roar earnlngn by depositing them
they will bring you an income. jtvery aoiiar saved, u two aouara ttaae." -
O. L. HOUGHTON
'-DEALER IN
Bardware, Stotes & Afirienlmral Implements
OF ALL
A lara-a stock of Stores and Plows now
above cost. These roods are all warranted to be of tbe very best mane in uu
United States, and to give perfect satisfaction. . , - .
At the Old Stand on Center Street.
,v; Superior in Quality and Make. -J ;
Unexcelled in Durability.
Every Garment Guaranteed to Givp Satisfaction.
Rpsenwald's, South Side Plaza.
Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
BUSINKSS POINTERS. ..
Macbeth'
troubles.
Water care.
tomaob
809tf
TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY '
Take Lazatlv. Bromo Quinine .Tablets.
All druggist, refund the money Kit fails
to our..- 25 j. , , . i
If yoi want to buy or sell anything In
tne .econd-band goods line call on 8.
Kaufman, third door east of tbe old town I
po.tofnc. 366-tf
Walter Dearden, a.say.r and chemtii
Trinidad, Colo. 187-tf
Native bran at tbe
mills, at 80c. per 100.
Lat
Vegas Roller
lW-tf
Butcher's Liquid Follah and Reviver, th.
finest and best floor varnltb for ! at th.
old town Hardware Store. D. Winternltg.
279-ml
"dold Nugget" Por Sale.
One of the best claims in Hopewell Join
lng tbe site of tbe new mill, is for sale.
f or particulars apply to
Geo. H. Hutcrisov.
East La. Vegas.
For parties, concert.
Roaenthal Bron". ball.
and
socials, rent
60-s-tf
If you want to boy or .ell oattl. wool or I
sheep, dou't fail to see or writ. I. Minium,
wool and live stock broker, East La. Ve
nae, new juexico. lie win sav. you
money. S22wftdtf
SPECIAL NOTOE
1 ICKI-Y furnished rooms for llKht-home
aeeDiBir. in nesirania locality.
Mr.
Uerzog's, Douglass aye.
XirANTKD. Order, for Coal and Wood.
vv vtim h. a. coo a..
"HIOH BENT.-Deliehtful rooms, eomfort-
Ij ably lurnlHhert for home keenlnn. at ail
bm'i j oauu. Aiitii mums lur iuuK'IIK.
gfg'lm MBS. L. HOLI..NWAGEB,
1112 National etreet, east of bridge.
Q 1 ft Cain end fit a month for nine-
tH I 7 t ty-six months, will nay for an
eiesanc. four-room iiuusa. navinsr two cioi
eta, outlouses, with grounds; bot of ioca-
uun. jreeiuence lot. on nve year. lime.
2S3tf J. U. TKITLBB40M.
PHENIX Mm MARKET,
J.St Dillon, Prop. i,-
; Dealer in all kinds of L"
FRESH MEATS,
HAMS AND BACON,
Fisb, Game and Poultry in season.
-ti ORrtRRR HOT.inrnio
R ROTH,
Douglas Ave. Butcher Shop.
Freeh ranch eggs received daily; Sell
more meat for a dollar, than any market
VEGAS.
sioo.ooo.
.
Hehet Gokb, Pres
H. W. Kelly, Vice Pres. '"
V t D.'T. Hoskins, Treat. !
Paid up capital, $30,000.
IU the Las Vbuab Bavihos PASK.-where
So depo.lt. received of foss than $1. "' - , J-' .
Intarait paid on all deposits pt $6 and over, A, . r '
KINDS.
on band, whiob will be sola a Utu
EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M.
"Hygiene" Men's
Reasonable in Price,
First National Bank,
LAS -VEGAS,
'. .i ,
i JOSHUA.S. RATNOLDS, President
JOHN W. ZOLLARS,
Accounts Received Subject to Check.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
iicMiirn Guar
tast Las Vegas
Wholesale Grocers,
Wool, Hides and Pelts.
Ranch and Mining Suppliee,
Fence Wire, Nails,
Picks and Shovels.
BLASTING g GIAJSTT POWDER.
Cement, Sheep Dips.
Steel Hay Rakes.
BAIN WAGOlSf S.
iVC XSi
I rir- tol
it
A large and complete line of
L IMPLEMENT
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,
NEW BUILDING,
D. -WINTERNITZ.
A. WISE. Hotary Public. ;. Establl.hed
- WISE &
LOANS AND REAL ESTATE,
i Sixth And Dooerlas Aves.,
Improved and TJnlriiprOved Lands and City Property for
attended to for Non-reeldents, Titles examined, Bent
rosenvvaLdiS-
South JUUe Plaza.
'UnderWn
NEW MEXICO.
Vice-President A. B. SMITH, Cashier'
A J I
and Socorro. N. M.
Sulphur. Wool Sacks.
PLAZA HOTEL
La. Vega., Mew Mexico.
only first-class house in the
Headquarters for stockmen.
A. DUVAL,
In charge of Cuisine Department- Bate, t
86o per meal; $6 per week. Table, .applied
with everything the market affords.
MRS. S. B. DAVIS
Lessees
I Room. by the day lor 60o to $1.00 j by
month, $6 to $18,
1881.
P. C. HOaSETT.
HOQSBTT,
East Las Vegas, N. M.
sale. Investments made and
,enta collected and Taxes paid. s
If CARRIAGE REPOSITORY.
I The finest line of Carriage., Baggies.
W Landaus, Sui reye, FhsBton. and Boad
H Carta to the Sonthwe.t, of the be.1
, II manufacture?
'II Livery and Feed Stable.,
' iHIDPI STREET, LAS f OAS
. BetterJ
MEFNER & ROSSIER,
Agents for
UH
AND
Proprietors
Soda Bottling Works.
B. C. PITTENGER & CO.
OTEAf.1 LAUTJDRY,
Goods called for
and delivered.

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