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EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 21, 1800V
BEGINNING TO REACT
Ghost of the Coerced Employ
Now Haunts the Republican
; . Leader.
THE JwRRISON CAMPAIGN
A Large Number of People From
the "Sucker" JJtate Yislt
' ' t McKinley.
WHEAT: DROPS A NOTCH
Special TeUm-am to Vie Oplle:
DknVkk, Colorado. October 21.
Tbe republican national committee!
to day 'ssued a manifesto, wblob
aid to be from tbe pen of Mark Ilsn
na himself, io which be denipa tbat
is tbe policy of the republican leaders
to advocate the ooeicion o' the em'
ployea by employers who are sound
money men. The republic: i mana
gers look cpon the charge aa serious
and offer I uul'3 with tbe democratic
national commitfe In any . movement
looking to the end of doing away with
coeroion if the same does exist any
wnere in me unitea mates.
j Sal. Cracken at Wark.
Kansas Cut, Missouri, October 21 .
. It is reported tbat the safe in the bank
at Cassville, Mo., was blown open by
robbers last night, and that a consider
able anm of money was secured. The
bank officials decline to give any par
Taken Suddenly Insane.
Denver, Colorado, October 21.
Edward HeHoa, of Sin Francisco, who
arrived here from California tO-daT
was taken suddenly insane, on the
streets, this morning. It took five of
ficers ti overpower him. He was
taken to an iostitnte.
Tbe Natural Consequence! .
Frederick-boko, Va., October 21 -
W. T. Rimbusch. the absconding
banker from Wisconsin, killed himself
here last night. Eumbusoh came here
a week ago and registered at tbe hotel,
as C. T. Anderson. He shot himself
In' the National cemetery.
1 " Steamer "Alcsla" Disabled.
.ANEW York, N. Y October 21
.The. French steamer "Alesia" which
'sailed from this port October 15tb, for
Naples, has relumed. She broke her
piston rod und put back for repairs,
The "Alesia" had loU passengers
on board who will be forwarded by
A Strang Market.
Wall Street, N. Y , October 21.
The market opened strong and higher
this morning. There was a rush to
buy sugar, western railway issues and
L & N., and prices advanced from
to 1 per cent. Sugar led tbe rise wun
sales up to 1 1 1 . Tbe report delayed
by wire trouble. ,
., Fores Watson's Name On.
Topeka, Kansas, October . 21
Tbe mandamus proceedings against
Secretary of State Edwards, to compel
hirmto insert Watson's name on tbe
ballot, was argued in tbe Kansas su.
jhre'me court, to.day. Tbe judges toot
tbe cases under advisement and will
give a deoision to-morrow morning.
Canton the Mecca.
Canton, Ohio, October 21. Major
McKinley will have 10,000 visitors to
day. Special trains have been arriv
ing since 5 o'clock this morning. The
great majority came from Illinois. Tbe
Garfield club, of Ohio, from tbe dis
trict represented by tbe late General
Garfield, is here 3,000 strong. Hon.
S. A. Nortbway is to be the spokesman
for tbe Garfield club. As all tbe Chi
cago and Illinois visitors do not reach
Canton till 2 o'clock, the parade will
not be held until the middle of tbe af
The American Univenlty.
Washington, D. C, October 21.
The cornerstone of tbe history building,
tbe first of the buildings to comprise
the American university, was laid this
afternoon in the presence of a large
crowd of spectators with interesting -ercises.
The ceremonies were con
ducted by tbe venerable senior bishop
of the Methodist oburcb, Thomas Bow
man, assisted by the district grana
lodge of masons Jobn Andrews,
of New York, president of the board
of trustees, was I he presiding offioer.
'Borden, Indiana, October 12 Gen.
Harrison's special train entered . New
Albany at 9 o'olock this morning, from
Evaosville, amid a tremendous tooting
of whistles and firing of canon. Tbe
street leadiog from the depot to Sorib
ner'a park, where tbe meeting was
held, was packed with people. .The
crowd at the. park was estimated at
from 25.000 to 80,000 people. General
Harrison was given a great ovation
when he appeared on the stand. He
addressed himself first to tbe working,
men of whom tbe crowd was largely
Want tb Castle's Address.
-London, England, Ootober 21.
Solicitor Abrahams, - of the United
States embassy, was besieged, this
mcrning, by tbe reporters endeavoring
to obtrio the address of Mr. and Mrs.
Castle, of Sao Francisco, who were
ooranitted for trial, yesterday, charged
with shop-lifting. Tbe solicitor re
fused to disclose their whereabouts,
though he admitted that the Castles
Were in London. ' Solicitor Abrahams
aid that Mr. Castle is absolutely inno
cent, and that jnstico required bis ao
quittal. Mrs. Castle, be said, was
much broken down by her ordeal, Her
defence, Abrahams intimated, would be
mental irresponsibility, owing to suf
ferings peculiar to females. He did
not appear, however, over confident of
the sueoess ot tbe defense in securing
Mrs, Castle's acquittal.
HIGH IN CATHOLACY.
A Meeting ot Moment t the Catholic Church
Washington, L. C, October 21,
Event and policies of great moment to
tne uatnollo onurcn are expeotea to be
discussed and as far as practicable aet-
tled, n-day and to-taorfow,' at una
Catholio university of America la this
city. Succession to tbe "presidency of
the university whiob was made waoaat
by tbe resignation of Bishop Samoa, is
one of the matters to be1 takea-crp, the
other is as to what agreement 'Ban be
reached , by the . oouncil aad rob
blaoops as" l6 the sohooli' from whioh
congress last year, withdrew Its Sup
port. Most of lie i prelates have ar.
rived in the city. Tbe dirtotors met at
10 o'olock this morning and will proba.
bly remain in session until 4 p. m.
At the meeting this aiternooo, tne
directors of tbe Catholic university will
be presented with a puss of (-600,000
subscribed by members of the Ancient
Order of Hibernians, for tbe endow-
tnent of a Celtic cbair in tbe iustltntlon,
According to the programme President
O'Connor will make tbe presentation.
reconded by Bishop Foley, national
chaplain of tbe Hibernians, and re
sponse will be made by Cardinal G.o-
boos, who is chancellor of the board of
tons op literature.
Armful for Every
Voter b tbe
Chicago, Ills., October 2 L, The
literary bureau of tbe republican
national executive committee closed
down to-day, tbe managers having
reached the conclusion tbat '.be people ,
have all tbe literature They want to en
able them to make up their mind what
way they shall vote tn the comiog
tlon. Since getting into working order,
the bureau has prepared and issued
tens of millions of document covering
financial, tariff and other Issnes.
Bough statistics show that l orn tbe
headquarters here there have been it-
sued 60,000,000 copies of leaflets and
pamphlets, while tbe congressional
committee at Washington has gotten
rid of U,0UU,UUU additional, in addi
tion tbe Amerioan sound money leauue
has scattered broadcast 10,000 copiei.
Apart flora these the republican com
mittee has purchased of authors and
contributors some 10,000 copies, while
it is estimated tbat the donations free
of cost reach 6.QOO.0O0 oopies.
Bears Rule In Wheat.
Chicaoo, Illinois. October St.
A flurry in which tbe bulls came out
scoond best U ik place at tbe opening
of the wheat market to-day. Tbe ex
citement attendant upon tbe trade ran
quite high. When the market opened
up, rapid sliding was inaugurate! on
December wheat, the option dropping
to?b. lhe decline was clearly tbe
result of foreign indl-Terence. Liver
pool was two cents h'gber, but that ad
vance was not in keeping With tbe
auxiety that is said to exist abroad.
Imports were also attached t? tbe ap
parent lokewarmness pf San Francisco,
where tbe boom appeared to have been
first cbeoked. ' At the end f the first
half hour of tbe session, a further
weakness assailed the prices end Deo
ember fell off to 76 where it rested,
at , under yesterdiys' close. . "
Chicago, Illinois, October ." 21
Rapidly vanishing profits verj-soon
forced the selling and 4at Ur tins it
appeared as though the bresefwoold be
disastrous, but it finally became strong
and a partial rally took place..- Decern
oer holding : in the neighborhood of
7b cents, 2Ji under yesterday.
The Tangle With Watson.
Chicago, Illinois, Ootober 21.
No definite understanding has yet been
reached between Washburn of tbe peo
ple's party respecting Vice Presiden-
tial Candidate Wa' on and Chairman
Jones of tbe democrats national com
mittee. Tbe conference last nigbt was
followed this morning by another con
sultation. Watson was advised by
wire ot tbe results of Washburn's In
terviews with Jones. It is not proba
ble tbat any arrangement whereby
Watson will give his full support to
the democratic ticket, without stulify-
mg himself, can be effected before
this evening, if at all.
"Gold Nugget", For Sale.
One of tbe best claims in Hooewell Join
Ing tbe site ot the new mill, is for sale.
For particulars apply to
s ueo. H. Hutchison,
, East Las Vegas.
. Butcher's Liquid Polish and Reviver, the
finest and best floor varnish for sale at tbe
old town Hardware Store. 1). Winterntt. 1
- - , ' 879-ml
I I1R .RE8II8IDII.
Ward Block, Railroad Ave.,"'
Mrs. Wmf tioin, Prop.
Tables Served With
EVERYTHING TBE SEISOH IIFFdRDS,,
Cooked and Served In tbe Highest Order.
Meals, 26o. Board by week, f 5,
A trial will convince yon of the merits of
THW MOHRI. RftRTATTRANT.
Madam M. J. Smith,
Parlors over Furlong's Photograph
, Gallery., ;: : " "
Latest Parisian Designs Direct, '
Tailor-Hade Suits t Specialty,
Capes and Jackets Hadi
Inspection of Worfc Invited,
A Desperate end Fruitless Rob
bery That Left a Bloody
' , Murder in Its Train.
THE CLEVELANDS VISITING
El-ran Beaches Indiana to Make
the Great Fight of His Life
THE EPISCOPAL BISH0P9
Fkemont, Ohio, October 21 Two
masked men entered tbe home of Wm
Oitke, west ot Fremont, last night, and
wun drawn revolvers, demanded tnou
ey. without giving liitke time to com
try, the robbers opened fire and shot
him through the breast, killing bim in
stantly. Mrs. Bitke attempted to de
fend her husband and was shot in tbe
right arm, when she tried to escape
be was beaten on tbe bead with re
volvers In the hands of the murderers,
and is now in a precarious condition
The house was then ransacked from
lop to bottom, but tbe robbers secured
only an old silver watcb, failing to find
the large anm of money which was in
the bouse. A posse is now in pursuit,
and if tbe murderers are caught, short
work will be made of tbem.
The Cleveland! Oo Visiting.
Washington, D. C, October 21.
President and Mrs. Cleveland leave
here this afternoon on the Pennsylvania
railroad tor Princeton where they will
review . tbe college i' roblight parade
this evening. They ar , expected back
in Washington to-morrow night.
Prejtestant Episcopal Bishops.
New Yobk, N, Y., October 21.
The house ot bishops of Ithe Protestant
episcopal church convened at 10
o'clock, this morning, and tbe nomina
tlon reported by the committee, of
three names, not divulged, for tbe new
Disnopno oi JJulutb. After commu
nion service, tbe bishops proceeded to
vote. , :
New York, N. Y., Ootober St.-
The house passed resolutions of sympa
tby with the wife of Bishop Wiofield,
of northern California, whose mind has
Bryan Among tbe Hoosters .
Richmond, lad , October 21 Mr.
Bryan reached Richmond at 10 o'olock
this morning, and began bis Indiana
campaign there. He spoke at 1 o'clock
tnis morning to a very large and en
thusiastic crowd at Tiffin, Ohio, and at
2:30 a.m. wrs awakened by a brass
band and a lot of enthusiasts at Tip.
ton. Bryan's special train lay until
7 :40 o'clock in the railroad yards at
.Tbe .first stop after leaving, was at
Bradford Junction, Ohio, which was
reached at 6 o'clock, but Mr. Bryan
was so much fatigued from his day and
the harder nigbt of campaigning that
be was not awakened to meet tbe peo
pic there. . At Greenville, where tbe
Ohio campaign ended, Mr. Bryan
Spoke Ifor fifteen minutes to about
- Willing-te Prove it.
Amofc F. : Lewis desires tbe pablio to
know that be has a fall assortment of un
derwear, shoes, hats, caps and geots fur
nishing goods, which be Is going to sell
almost at the purchasers own price. Call
around and see if be does not practice
what he preaches. . , HV
Tbe land coo test .case of William M.
Allison versus William T. Reed baa been
on at tbe probate clerk's office since yes-
day. A goodly number of witnesses were
worn in and considerable Interest was
manifested by the parties concerned. - -m
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 ranoh esrsrs received dailv. Bell
mora meat (or a dollar, than any market
ts tW nltv j .
. whe la wUllna to stand or fall on hit
Imtrltsasa baker, has constantly,
on sale at the
LAS VEGAS BAKERY
Opposite Fostofflce. West Slda. .
SHUSH BKIAD, OAKHS AND FIBS
SDedal orders filled on abort notloa.
;F. J. ME,
Now located on Sixth street, two doors
i north of the Postoffice,
Or A) Specialty.
j The Finest Line of
Stoves and Steel Ranges
In the CIty.ll
Heating" apparatus, heavy sheet Iron
work, ate., contracted for at tbe bottom
prise. L as Of ore n jov work, .
, Highest of all in Leavening
- TRACK AND TRAIN.
Chicago eastbound shipments last week
wereAl.529 tons, against 63,893 the sk
before. vi . ; '
P. M" -phy, of the water aervloe depart
ment, returned from Wagon Mound, last
3. D. Shufford, live stock aa;ent of the
Dearer Sc Fort Worth railroad, was a pas
senger sooth on No. 1,' last evening.
Auditor Conrad, after Inspecting. tbe In
ner workings of tbe Atohison at this point,
returned home to Albuquerque this morn
ing. John Elliott, section 'foremao, went up
tbe road on No. a this morning, to meet his
family returning from a visit to relatives!
C. M. Taylor Is down from Raton to-day
and will bold "kangaroo" court this after
noon. A number of cases are scheduled
for the carpet to-da).
mo international brotherhood of ri
way track foremen of America has 'ti
amalgamated with the Independent
brotherhood of trackmen, and the amafga
mated association will hereafter be known
as the brotherhood of railway trackmen of
It will take $100,000 per month for tbe
twelve months of this year to pay this
year's Uses on tbe Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fe road proper. This amount hat
been set aside monthly on tbe estimate of
the tax comtniisloner. his statement plae
log tbe year's taxes at l,300,0d0. f
Voters who are resldli gaway from home
In the weitarn passenger association terrl
tory will not be given tbe chance to relurn
to their homes at tbe low rate ot one tare
for the lonod trip for the parpoee ot vot
ng at the November e.ectioo, as it tbe case
(n tbe eastern states. Tbe proposition for
a one-fare rate for voters was voted down
by tbe Western roads, the passenger men
declaring that many mote people wonld
travel away from home than bo.de. If tbe
low rate was made. All roads, east of the
Ohio river have made the one-fare Tate for
voters. : :
TBI ATCBISOIt BEADI9CJ COOMS.
The Atchison company has openeJ read
Ing rooms for tbe accommodation of tat'r
employes at Rton, N. H., and La Jnntt,
Colo., and books sufficient to stock both
rooms have been sent irom tbe Topska
store house, where they Cave been stor i
for several years. These, with the readg
room at San Harclal, whloh was estabMi'.
ed, seve-al years ago, and never clcv ,
mate three rooms which tbe comp i
have d ow open, and a reading room w.' .
be C3- '.'bed at Dodge City In the course
of a con te o" weeks.
The pie l of re-opening the readiogrooms
at saverj! of the wests points, which
were .''u i. some - yeaM-ago, originated
witbP ' Ripley while on bis H.tt
trip of lofpectiou over the system. He
said lit be thought tbe railroad employes
should have dome kind of a resort other
than t' t '''.uj! and gambl'.ng houses
here t'.iey could spend their leisure hours.
Capital Paid in
I 1 VII- mr wicm " r I
I I V I I 1 I 1 If f 1 I.
si Miguel national
DE. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President, k '
'j FRANK 8PEINGEB, Vice-President. " 5
D. T. HOSKIN8, Cashier. - .
F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier.
IHTKBK8T PAID OH T1MK DEPOSITS IJBI .
O-Bave your earnings by depositing them
Ihey will bring yon an inoome. - urery aouar savea, is two aoiiars mam.-.
' No deposits received of less than $1. - ,
Interest paid on all deposits of $o and oyer.
UBlUMO, MO? dD aiifUllbUlll 1 QI iliipiQlUDliiai
A larce stock of Stoves and Plows now
above cost. These goods are ail warronieu to do oi tne very oeat mue ui uk
n.i.j c.di mil ta aim Tjerieot satisiacuon. ' '
At the Old Stand on Center 8treet.
Superior in Quality and vAle.,;";i';:T;:
Every Garment Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.
Rpsenwhl(J!sy South Side Plaza.
Power. Latest U. S. Gov,t Report
U'UlVi i i
On acoount of the Pan American medl
col congress, tbe Mexican Central railway
will sell round-trip tickets to Mexico uitv
November lath, to 1Mb atthrateof00.ai,
Mexican money. Final limit, returoiog,
Uecember Ulst, 1SIKI. For additional in
formation, call on or write to
J. F. Donohoi,
El Paso, Texas.
- TO CURB A COLD IN ONB DAY
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggist refund the money if It fails
te cure. 253. tf
It yoi want to buy or sell anything in
the second-band goods line call on 8.
Kaufman, third door east of tbe old town
- Walter Deardea, assayer and chemist
Trinidad, Colo. 187-it
' Native bran at tbe
mills, at 80c.. par 100.
For parties, concerts
Rosenthal Bros, ball.
If yon want to buy or aell cattle wool or
sheep, don't fail lo see or write J. Minium,
wool and live stock broker, East Las Ve
gas, Now Vexlco. lie will save yon
TTOIt 8aLK a railroad ticket good for
wicut'a, Kansas Oitrand
PPiy neie. so si
KENT A suit of rooms well lur
wltn south bar window, on
street car line. airs. Uebben, Douglass Ave.
fTIWO ladles wish employment of any
jl. nuu, .uquire hi obuner uouss. 11
LOST A yellow pug
TTANTEO Five or six laborers at the
VV new DlunKe Datn. not HDrlnsa: waaraa
NICKl.Y furnished rooms for lUhUbouse
keeplox. lu desirable locality. Hra.
lienor's, Don j'ass ave.
FOB EESr. Del thtful rximi, comfort
ablv luraUlie 1 ror bouie-keeDtne. at B4
and ft each. Also rooms ior lodg'ng.
Ji7a lm mcs. u. uoLi.aitwAOBS,
111 National street, east of bridge.
SI I s ' ca) and SIB a month for nine
I . I tv-alx montbs. will Day for an
eie-rant. four-roo n bouse, bavlnn twocloe-
ets.out mouses, with g.ounds; boat of loca
tion. Besldence lots on Ove years' time.
254tf J. H. TlirLKBiOit.
PHEENIX MEAT MARKET.
J. S, Dillon, Prop.
; Dealer In all kinds of -
HAMS AND BACON,
Fish, Game and Poultry in Season.
HlNBT GOKK, Ffoi
H. W. Kbllt, Vioe Pres.
D. T. Hoskims, Treas.y
Paid tip capital, $30,000.
In the Las Visas BAVraas BaJfS4rhere
KINDS. . -
on haqd, which will be sold a little
: . EAST LAS VEGAS. N. M..
IIJ'IVllV jLTIVU J
JOSHUA S. JUYUOLDTmdmt
interest Paid on
l7oi I mm l r
a-sasr. a- v egas
Raqch and Mining Supplies,
Fence Wire, Nails,
Picks and Shovels.
BLASTING GIANT POWDER.
Cement, Sheep Dips,
- SteeljHay Rakes.
1 a iwaiiaiMi J
A large and complete line of
! Plows and Points
Kept constantly on hand, together with
Qarden Hose, Wire Netting,
Poultry jand Fence Wire,
STOVES AKfl RANGES
pi every description. . --.
Your patronage is solicited at the
r flld&TMf JwVe Store,
- ;iraW KUiLDIXG,"
A. A. WISH, Kotary Public - -Established
LOANS AND REAL ESTATE,
" Sixth and Douglas' Avfis., East Las Vegas, N. M.
Improved and Unimproved Lands and City
nnenMWAI n' " -
South Side Plaza.
WllUvl VV waaa ,
A.B. SMITH, Cashfcr
Subject to Check.
ana socorro. N. M.
Sulphur. Wool Sacks.
I. as Tesaa, New Mexiee.
only first-class house in the
Headquarters for stockmen,
In charge of Cuisine Department. Sates t
Ctte per meal ; $6 per week. Tables supplied
with everything the market affords.
MRS. S. B. DAVIS
.' 'Booms by the day for 60c to $1.00: by
month, $8 to $12. -vu T
1881. F. C. EOGSKTT.
Property for sale. Investments madeand
The finest line of Carriages, Buggies,
Landaus, Suireys, Phsatons and Boad
Carta In the Southwest, oX the best
manufacture' . :
Idvery and Feed Stables.
RlOPi STREET, US IDAt
HAEFNER & ROSSIER,
! Ilili BFER.
. . AND
Soda Bottling Works.
.B. C. PITTENGER & CO.
Goods called for
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