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mm VOL XVII. EAST LAS VEGAS, MEXICO, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10, 1890. NO. 294: ! Or. MY MOTHER-IN-LAW! Earl Russell Has Lady Tina Scott Arraigned in London for Criminal Libel, THE GERMAN SOCIALISTS A Cowardly Political Murder Was Committed at Chaplin, Ky., Last Night. NEWS OF THE DAY BY WIRE London, England, October 10 Karl Russell obtained a warrant for the arrest of bis mother-in-law, Lady Tin Soott, on the charge of criminal libel and the lady was arrested, last evening, and spent the night in a cell at the Bow street police station. Lady Soott was arraigned in the police court, tbis morning. The court room was crowded. Earl Russell was pres ent as his mother-in-law's accuser. The case is a sequel to the difficulties which existed between Earl Russell and his wife for several years. Lady Soott was remanded for further beailng, but she was admitted to bail in tbe Bum pf $ 2,000, with two sureties, Lady sseott flerseit turmsning gi.uw. Resignation Accepted. Washington, D. C Ootober 10, Special Assistant District Attorney Wm. Craig, of California, has tender ed his resignation to the attorney gen eral and it was aooepted to-day. A Cowardly Murder. Louisville, Ky., October 10. While Congressman John W. Lewis was speaking at Chaplin, Ky., last night, Joe Frathcr slipped up behind William Keeliug, who was in the crowd around the speakers' stand, and shot Keeling three times, killing mm instantly. After a frightened horse had trampled the body, it was removal and tbe speaking went on. Second Robber Caught. St. Joseph, Mo., October 10. Sher iff Andriano believes that be bas found the second robber who looted tbe bank at Sherburne, Minn. Tbe man was taken from a Burlington train to-day, by deputy sheriffs. He offered resist ance and reached for a revolver, but a deputy overpowered him. The prison er is about twenty-two years of age, very lignt compiexioned and his na. tionality appears to be Swede. He claims to reside in the vicinity of Men lo, Iowa. Brotherhood ol St. Andrew. Pittsburg, Pa., Ootober 10. Dele gates are beginning to arrive for tbe annual convention of the national brotherhood of St. Andrew, which will be in session during the coming week. To-morrow special services will be held in tbe Episoopal oburches, in prepara tion for the event, and at which local and viBiting members of the order will make addresses. Tbe gathering prom ises to be one of the most important and interesting in the history of the or ganization. Typographical Union. Colorado Springs, Colo., Ootober 10. The hotels are filling up to-day wun delegates to the biennial conven tion of the International typographical union, which opeos on Monday. The executive committee established its headquarters for the registration of delegates tbis morning. The chamber of commerce and other organizations have prepared a program for the en tertainment of the visitors, including rides through tbe "garden of the gods" and trips to the Casino, Manitoo and other surroundings of interest. Sell-Denlal Week. New York, N, Y., October 10. A London dispatch says: ' The annual self-denial week of the Salvation army opeos to-morrow, and in accordance with a request issued from headquar ters, is being devoted to special prayer - and effort in behalf of the rescue work. It is announced to-day that Lord May or Sir Walter Henry Wilkin has grant ed tbe ute of the Mansion house for a mass-conference convened by Mrs. Brain well Booth, for tbe purpose of considering what steps should be taken by Christian people, irrespective of denomination, toward aiding in the resoue work of the army. Anniversary ol a Birth. Chicago, Illinoic October 10 This is tbe anniversary of the birth of Father Matthew, the apostle of temperance, and by the members, throughout the country, of the Catholic total absti nence union, the Good Templars and oth er organization?, it is being observed as "Temperanoe Day." ; In tbis city, tbe principal observance Is tbe mass meet ing this evening in Association ball, at which Mrs. Leonora Lake, of St. Louis, vice-president of tbe Catholio union, Supreme Templar D. II. Mann, of Brooklyn, and Mrs. Ida Cole, of Bloom. inzton, national seoretary of the Wo man's Keeley clubs, will be the princi pal speakers. REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE. McKlnley Began HI. Speech-Making at Day break, This Morning. Canton, Ohio, October 10. Major McKlnley was visited . by numerous delegations to-day. At daybreak, he addressed a body of Lebanon, Penna , voters. He said in part: ''The best thing in this world, next to liberty, is labor. Tbe best thing for labor is op. portunity to work. Applause. Tbis is an opportunity for which we are all atriving, tbis year, and which we hope, through a change of policy in the ad ministration of the government, to en joy to a larger degree than we have in the past three and a half years. What we want more than anything else, in order to bring tbis opportunity lo la bor, is a restoration of r alienee. I do not know a better illustration of tbe value of confide nce to tbe country tban that which is shown in our own ex perience during the last twenty yeara." OGRMAN SOCIALISTS. Their Congress Conv.nss Nur Qotha To-mor row lor Wwk't Session. Nkw York, N. Y., Ootober 10. A Berlin dispatch says: Socialists throughout the world are looking for. ward with interest to' the proceedings oi the annual congress of uerman so olallsts which opens near Gotha to morrow, and continues for a week i be congress will be attended, by so cialists from all parts of Europe, from England and from the United States The American reports will deelara that tbe vote of tbe presidential election In '92 will be largely increased.,' The re port of thev executive committee will show that, while the contributions to the cause have materially1 decreased, the treasury bas still a surplus of Ci0, 000. Nearly seventy ' daily and bi weekly papers have been subsidized by the party in Germany alone during tbe past year. Tbe report oi Herr uebei. tbe delegate to the recent London so cialistic congress, will justify the ex, elusion of anarchists from lis proceed. logs. The platform to be submitted rehearses tbe demand for an eight hour day, for equal suffrage, for na tional control of railroad, post-offioes and telegraphs, and for international factory and labor protection laws. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE. Mr. Bryan Addresses an Enthusiastic Crowd at Paro, N. D. Faeoo, N. D., October 10 Wm. J, Bryan arrived bere at 9 o'clock, this morning. After breakfast, be was driven to tbe ball park, wbere he ad, dressed a large crowd. Enthusiastic people greeted Mr, Bryan at the park. On tbe platform with blm was Badd Reeve, who made the independent campaign for congress, two years ago. At that time, be trav eled through North Dakota on horse back, taking with bim a collie dog and a big eagle, lie announoel that be was hunting for tbe democratic party. Ue bad the eagle along, to-day. When it stepped out on the platform from its tin cage, Mr. Bryan bowed profoundly and tbe crowd cheered. Mr. Bryan was introduced by Henry F. Miller, president of tbe Fargo City bank, and a candidate for tbe senate, as a republi can, at tbe time Senator Roach was elected. Mr. Bryan devoted himself to a discussion of the money question largely on the lines previously taken by him in bis speeches. At 11 o'clock a. m., be left for St. Paul, accompanied by members of the St. Paul reception oommittee- A Decision. Albant, N. Y.t October 10. Secre tary of State Palmer to-day decided that the national democratic party is entitled to the column on the official ballot under the emblem of the ship, which was adopted by it in the state convention. TRACK AND TRAIN. - J. A. Rots return ad to this city, last evening. A. B. Moors, the engineer, Is back from Tcpeke. , Engineer Walter" Blunt and family moved to Trinidad from Raton. : C. M. Taylor and wife returned to Raton, last evening, from Kansas City. J. J. Tucker and W. P. Nott, of tbe Har- ver system, came In, last evening. ... , E. P. Smith, telegraph ." operator at Wagon Hound, is in the city, to-day. Engineer Tho. Bourne, of Raton, bas a lay-off and is visiting friends in Missouri. J. D. Nottgrass is improving rapidly at the hospital and will fully recover from hU recent severe Injuries. F, J. White has sufficiently recovered from rheumatism to again take charge of the store room of the A., T. & S. F., op at Raton. ., Orvllle W. Johnson, station agent at Cbapelle for the Atchison, was married to Miss Carolina Blanche Mulnix, at the borne of the bride's parents at Woodland Pork, Colo. G. L. Owen, who bad been in tbe Lai Vegas railway hospital since August with a sprained knee, returned to Raton, great ly improved, but not yet well enough for duty. The olty ticket agent for the Atohison railway at El Paso, A. W. Reeves, passed through the city en route for Wichita, Kansas, where Mrs. Reeves and the little one have been spending the summer, Tbe family will return to El Paso In a few weeks. Robert W. Slier, one of the popular en gineers on the Atchison, out of Raton, and Miss Maggie Brackett, a most attractive young lady, were united in marriage at Raton by Rev. C. I. Mills. Tbe bappy couple left for Denver wbere they will en joy a visit. , ,s ; , , E. O. Faulkner, second vice-president and general manager of the- Peoos Valley railroad company, bas issued a. circular stating that C. E. Pollock having resigned the office of superintendent of tbe Texas division of tbe road, A. M. Stark has been appointed to Blithe vaaancy, with head quarters at Pecos. Tbe Sonthern Pacific company bas come to the conclusion that there Is money In tbe business of handling tbe dead, and bas issued orders to It agents requiring them to take the business away from Wells Fargo Co., wherever it Is possible. A cir cular has teen sent to every undertaker in Oakland, Cel., advising blm of tbe change in the rules of the company, and inform ing him of the rates that will be charged for such shipments. - ; Tbe Southern Pacific company has made preparations to resume Its vestibule ser vice direct bat ween New Orleans and San Francisco, and it Is announced that exceed ingly fast time will be made by tbe Sunset limited express, as it is termed. Tbis train will leave New Orleans every Mon day and Thursday, reaching Los Angeles in tbirty-elgbt hours and San Frabcisoo In seventy-five bours from the time of start ing. Tbe trains will be made np of ele gantly equipped Pullman cars and will dmbtless 03 as popular as last year. A SUCCESSOR NAMED Rt. Rev, Spalding to Succeed Bishop Keane in the Wash ington University. WHOLE FAMILY. POISONED Messages of Sympathy Being Re celled by Mr. and Mrs. Castle la London Jail. COMMANDER DROPS DEAD Homb, Italy, Uotober 10. It is re ported bere that Rt. Rev. John L Spalding, bishop of Peoria, will suo oeed Bishop Keane aa rector of tbe Catbolio university of America, in Washington, D. C. fTwo events of very great Importance I Catbolio circles have ooourred within tbe last few data tbe arrival of the new apos tollo delegate and the retirement of Bishop Keaoe from tbe rectorship of tbe Catbolio university. The change In tbe delegation at Washington bas been for some time ex oeoted. cardinal rJatom bavins; Deen ele vated to tbe highest dignity within the gift of tbe Pope, it was necessary for bim to go to Horns, tie leaves, may oe iainy saiu, with tbe good wishes of almost everyone. Be bas performed bis work apparently with ability and certainly wttn modesty, and bas disarmed much of tbe oppositioo tbat confronted bim wben be arrived Monsienor Martinelli is said to be a sensl ble man who will know bow to administer bis ofilce; and we may well imagine it to be tbe case, otherwise be would not bave been selected by so astute a judge of men as Pops Leo XIII. The change at the Catholio university la a genuine surprise. What be bas done for the Institution Is known to all who bave observed, even casually, tbe ooorse of Its affairs, and accordingly it is thought tbat no fault could bave been round with bim on tbe score of want of fitness or seal. Hence, there must bave been, according to toe theory ol tne gossips, some other rea son. Various era tbe speculations as to what this was. There Is no doubt, bow ever. In tbe opinion of most, that tbe bishop's withdrawal from tbe university will be a serious loss to It. For nearly ten years, he bas given all bis energies to it with a rare and single-minded devotion, Editor Optic ." A Flraa Market. Wall Street, N. Y., Ootober 10. Stocks opened steady, this morning. but soon developed firmness under the leadership of angar, which rose from 106 to 106. Manhattan was notably stronger and advanced to 917,. Tbe changes in other prominent stocks were merely fraotional. A Family Poisoned. Lima, Ohio, Ootober 10. Tbe fami ly of Granville Harbert were taken violently sick, this afternoon, after par taking of some hot biscuits. Harbert andhis daughter, Mrs. Albert King, have since died, and the remainder of the family are now in a precarious con. ditlon. 1 lour, with wbioh rat poison was mixed, was used in making the biscuits. - -" ' 5addenly Sajsaanooed. Cincinnati, Ohio, Ootober 10. Commander W. W. Gilpatrick, of tbe U. S. N., dropped dead of heart dis ease in his office in the federat building at 10 o'clock, tbis morning. He bas out recently returned from several weeks' vacation spent in the Virginias and at Annapolis, Md , leaving bis wife at Ihe latter place. For the past two years, Commander uupatriCK nas naa charge of tbe U. - ngntnouse service on the Ohio, Kaniwa and Tennessee rivera. ' He was fifty-five yeara of age and his plaoe of residence was at Leavenworth, Kansas. 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. . Douglas Ave. Butcher Shop. Fresh ranch eggs received daily. Bell more meat for a doiir. tnan any maraes 1 4 tha CH AFF.N & HORNE Livery Feed and Sale STABLE, Headquarters for Ranchmen. . '. . Douglas Avenue, East Las Vegas. !! Beifeld's Clebrated Cloaks, First-Glass Dressmaking. Goods at Lowest Prices for Cash. MRS. L. HDLLEKWAGER. WM. MALBOEUF, Harness, Saddles Etc., The best place in the City to buy your GROCERIEO. P. ROTH, Gen Mai HighCSt f U LeeDins ja v v-y 3Oia)TEE.Y PURE IMPRISONED AMERICANS. Tbsy are Thankful For Sympathy and ness Shown Than. Kind. London, England, Ootober 10. Let ters and telegrams of sympathy with Mr. and Mrs. Castle.the Americans, wbo were arrested on the charge of steal. icg a number of valuable furs, continue to arrive at tbe United states embassv In tbis oiiy. Ambassador Bayard has given bis full approval of the aotion taken by Seoretary Roosevelt on be half of Mr. and Mrs. Castle. Tbe Sootland Yard authorities also approve of bis course. i-. A London physician, who recentlv attended Mrs.C'astle.professionally.will testify, wben the case comes op lo the irreac Marlborough street police conrt, on laesday, Uctot-er 13th, that Mrs Castle is suffering from an acote head ache, a feeling of Intense fatigue, al though she haa not undergone any great exertion. Secretary Roosevelt visited Mr. and Mrs. Castle in tbe Hollaway jail, last evening. lie found the busband com pletely broken down. Mr. Castle said to Mr. Roosevelt that bet wished to thank his many friends in the United States and England for their sympathy and tbeir kindness and to assure tbem that tbeir confidence in him would never be mlsplaoed. Mrs. Castle is very much depressed and has suffered greatly from acute pains in her head. It la Impossible to bold an interview with ber for any lengtb of time, ber mental condition being very nnsatisfactory. "rue growler." It Is Not Rushed so Much When Saloons Are Open. I Kkw York, N. Y., Ootober 10 A London dispatch says: A demand for tbe repeal of what is characterised as the "absurd and tyrannical aot" passed in the reign of King George III, and which permits tbe opening of sa loons only between tbe hours of 12 and on Sundays, will be tbe chief ques tion for consideration at the annual congress or Sunday societies wblcb opeos at Newcastle on-Tyae to-morrow for a five days' session. Tbe ground Is taken by tbe execu tive committee that the opening of the grounds for a brief period on Sunday, is productive of more can-rusbing, and consequent demoralization of tbe yonng, aa well as of more draokenaess, tban though these places of entertaioment were open during toe enure day; ana that consequently the only effect of tbe law is to promote rather than restrain indulgence In Intoxicants on the first day of the week. Botcher's Liquid Polish and Reviver, the finest and best floor varnish for sals at tbe old town Hardware Store. 1). 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