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ILas IDahly (Q) otic VOL XVII. EAST LAS VEGAS, HEW MEXICO, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 22, 1896. NO. 804 CASTLE'S TROUBLES Mrs. Castle Confesses and M Castle Writes a Letter to Friends. THE FLYING SQUADRON "IVm. J. Bryan ia Now Speaking to Thousands of Hoosiers Every Day. HAS RAISED THE INTEREST Loudon, England, October 22 Lewis Weill, a watch manufacturer of Hatton Garden, and one ot the sureties of Mr. and Mrs. Castle, of Sao Iran olsco. said to a reporter of the United Associated Tresses, this ruorniog Dr. George Hentv Savage, one of the leading English experts on mental diS' eases, who examined Mrs. Castle for four hours recently, is prepared to swear that she is not fully responsible for her acts. In the course of Ir Eavage's conversation with her, Mn Castle confessed that she had taken the things which she is accused of hav. tag stolen, but she oould 'not say why she had done so." London, England, October 22 J. It. Roosevelt, first secretary of the United States embassy, informed a rep resentative of the United Associated Presses, to-day, that he had bad an in terview with the Castles, yesterday. Be said Mr. Castle might possibly make a written statement in behalf of himself and wife, to-day. Roosevelt said the American embassy would not interfere in the case and was merely watchiDg its progress. The following letter from Walter Castle, of San Francisco, who, with his wife, is under indictment here upon charge of shop-lilting, was received by Hon. James R. Roosevelt, secretary of the United States embassy, this afternoon: "Dear Sir: These lines expressive of my gratitude should have been in your possession long ere this, but dur ing the two past weeks mv mental train has be such as to completely nnbalnce me, thus incapacitating me from giving expression to my feelings in writing. The most difficult task of my life is to frame words which I can, even in the smallest degree, express my feelings of heartfelt 'gratitude for the disinterested kindness which has been showered upon me by the hon orable gentlemen of the United States embassy, and by a seemingly unlimited number of friends in London and in Am erica who bave flocked to my assistance, and to whom, I owe a debt of grati tude, which oannet be liquidated in the oourse ot a life time. The more I think of the loving care with which I have been watched over and protected, during . these days of misfortune, the less can I comprehend how it is possible that a man compara tively unknown, and thousands of miles away from his birthplace and home can awaken such an avalanche of sympathy and secure the disinterested support and friendship of snch a large number of prominent men of both great nations as has been my marvel, ous gjod fortune to have. I bave no words that oan sufficiently thank you gentlemen, of the United States em bassy and each and every one of my kind friends for their truly wonderful ..devotion to me and mine, duirng this dread ordeal. My only claim to this kind protection is that I have never committed a dishonorable action in my past life or in the present instanoe, or with the help of the Almighty, will I ever do aught different in the future. Kindly requesting you, my dear Mr. Roosevelt, to undertake for me the task of seeing that every one of my sympathetic friends shall know of my heartfelt appreciation of every word of kindness expressed for me; begging that you will convey a full share of my devotion and heartfelt thanks to the United States embassy in London, and all of the United States officials as well as the California state officials' who have so nobly come forward in defense of my honor, believe me, I remain, Yours most respectfully Walter M. Castle." A OALLERV PLAY. Tbe Argument 1 all on the Other Sid so the Republican Oct up a Circus. Chicago, . Illinois, October 2 The last novel feature Of a campaign unprecedented or its speotaoular ef fects was Inaugurated to-day. It Is a "Flying Squadron", composed of five ex-governors, and who will tour the stale in the interests of McKinley for three days All the points through which tbey will pass bave been billed with this announcement on big placards: . - v "It it beyond all reasonable human hope" that these' magnifiaent old leaders of the republican party will ever again be able to make such, a tour of tbe state to meet the people and discuss the momentous questions now at issue, and to see face to face those whom they so long and honorably served In positions ot the highest trust and honor." The Squadron's special train left here at 8 o'clock this morning lor joiiei, Dwigbt, Bloomington, Springfield and ten other points, to be covered by night. Tbe ex-governors on board were Richard K.. Uglesby, John L.. cev eridge. Shelby M. Cullom, Jobn M. Hamilton, Joseph W. Fifer, Jobn C. Smith and Lyman B. Ray. As guests of honor there were with tbe party ex United States Senator Farwell, Mark Hanna, Wm. N. Hahn, of Ohio, and Henry C. Payne, of Milwaukee. The party expects to attend forty rallies before returning to Chicago, on Satur day night. A ROYAL AFFAIR. A PANIC IN WHEAT Highest ofautoaveDbp- Latest U. S. Gov't Report A Big Drop in the Price, Which Scares the Brokers Out of Their Wits. PAUNCEFOTE'S MESSAGE ABSO&UTEEtf P5JCE President and Mrs. Cleveland Attend the Princeton Uni versity Opening. PRINCETON UNIVERSITY. Celc- THE DOINGS AT CANTON Prince! Helen of Montenegro Moots Her Fu ture Husband. Rome, Italy, October 22. Prin cess Helene, of Montenegro, the af fianced bride of the Prince of Naples, whose marriage to tbe Crown Prince of Italy will take place October 24th, arrived here this morning accompanied by members of her family to be pres ent at tbe wedding. Tbe people who assembled within the station for the purpose of greeting the future Crown Princess of Italy, were all big tiotables of Italy. Shortly before the arrival of the Princess' train a royal party con sisting of King Humbert, Queen Mar- gherita queen of Portugal, Princess Letitia, Duke and JJuobess ol Aosta, and Count of Turin, drove up to the station. The train arrived a few minutes late, and immediately Klog Humbert and Queen Margherita advanced to greet their future daughter in-law. As the Princess stepped upon the platform, Queen Margherita, kissed her four times. The progress of Princess Hel ene through tbe streets, from tbe sta tion to the quirinal, was a veritable ovation. Fully 300,000 cheering peo ple lined the route. Princess Helene became greatly excited at the grand' eur of the reception, and several times shed tears, beveral persons were se verely squeezed in the vast crowds. IN H005IERDOM. ' interest Increasing. London, England, October 22. The Bank of England rate of discount advanced, to-day, from 3 to 4 per cent. Two Necroe Killed. Chipley, Florida, October 22. J. M. Criglar manager ot Hagerman's lumber mills, killed two negro assail ants and wounded four others last night, in a quarrel. The Markets. Wall Stekbt, N. Y., October 22. Stocks opened weak, owing to the ad vance in the Bank of Eogland rate of discount to i per cent. The decline in prices ranged from to per cent., and was most marked in Manhattan, Burlington and International issues. THB IAN MacLARBN NOVELIST.' Reaches Chicago and Is the Lion ot the Hour In v the Windy City. Chicago, Illinois, October 22. Rev. John Watson, of Scotland, better known as Ian MacLaren, the novelist, who arrived here this morning, is tbe social lion of the city for a few hours. Tbe reception committee for his ap pearance to night at Central Musio Hall, is one of tbe most notable make up. ArchbUbop Feehan beads the list of Catholics, Bishop MacLaren that of the Episcopalians, Rev. P. S. Henson the Baptists, Rabbi Hirsh tbe Hebrews, Bishop Fallows the Reformed Episco palians. O hers are President Harper of the University, President Roswell Miller of tbe Milwaukeee Road, Presi dent Marvin Hugbitt of the Northwest ern and Cyrus H. McCormlck. Bryan Is Now Where Every Vote la of Value. Fort Wayne, Indiana, October 22 1 bis morning at 7 :35 o'clock Wm. J. Bryan and party left Fort Wayne without ceremony or display, from the Pennsylvania depot, where the private car bad stood all night... Although there was a crowd at the station anxi ous to Bee the candidate, he failed to appear. The first stop was made at Decatur, twenty miles south of - Fort Wayne on the Grand Rapids and Indi ana railroad, where Bryan spoke for fifteen minutes to a large audience, The enthusiasm was very marked. -At Market, a small number of people heard him, and at Huntington he ad dressed a gathering of two thousand. A thousand people at Laketon . mostly farmers, listened to the silver candi date speak and, when Bryan said that foreigners would not be .allowed to di rect our financial policy they cheered him lustily. ' ' Pkrc, Ind.t October 22 A politi cal barbecue was in progress at Roch ester when Mr. Bryan reached that place, and consequently the democratic candidate had an audience of 10,000. Look through catalogues and look at other people's stocks and then look at our array of beautiful jackets and capes, compare values and decide. We bave little doubt as to results we will Bell the garments. It Ixpbld'b, The Flaza. TO CURB A COLO IN ONB DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund tbe money If It falls to cure.-- 253. " " '' !' ' " tf "Oold Nugget" Por Sale. One of the best claims in Hopewell loin ing tbe site of the new mill, is for sale. For particulars apply to - UBO. H. HUTCHISON, East Lias Vegas. Butcher's Liquid Polish and Reviver, the finest and best floor varnish' tor sale at the I old town Hardware Store. 1." Winternitc . ' 279-ml Chicago. Illinois. October 22. Dollar wheat was further off, bv sev eral degrees, this morning, than it was yesterday. Tbe rapidity with whiob tbe prices glided downward at tbe opening of tbe market, to-day, was quite as great as that attending any stage or its advanoe. December opened Irom 74 J i to 79 and quickly declined to 72. Liverpool and continental cables were lower, they being tbe in fiuential factor In this market. Tight money, caused by the Bank of Eng land's caper, was likewise a considera tion, trade fearing the difficulty in car rying wreat nnder the ruling monetary conditions. At the expiration of tbe first half hour, it rallied to 73., net loss of y cents from yesterday's close Chicago, Illinois, October 22. After the rally which followed the opening deoline, prioes steadied around tbe "put price." Tbe last half bou was one of panicky selling. The San Francisco market was in a condition of collapse and no further incentive was needed to nrge the holders in this market to the sensibility of the dan ger, from 73 to 7l4 tbe pace was ol ngntjing speed, ard after slight recovery the excitement was resumed and millions of bushels were placed on the market f t anything the purchasers would pay. Io less than three minutes, December was at 704 and weak beyond conception. Tbe close brought relief to tbe panic stricken operators but was nothing to convey hope of better things to-morrow. December closed at 70 i, a loss of ii for the day. Silent as a Clam. Nitw York, N. Y., October 22. Sir Julian Paunoefote, British ambas sador to the United States, arrived in this city on the steamer "Germanic, to-day. Sir Julian, when interviewed at the quarantine, declined to discuss international matters, and positively re fused to say anthing on the feeling in tungtana on tbe campaign that Is now on in tbe United Slates. The United Associated Press Is defi nitely Informed at its foreign office to day, that Sir Julian Paunoefote, British ambassador is the bearer ot instructions aiming at the friendly settlement of tbe differences between Great BriMan and tbe United States concerning Venezuela. Still Besieging Canton. Cantoh, Ohio, October 22. Six delegations are scheduled for Canton to-day, one'of which baa already ar- rived at 10 a. m., has been addressed by McKinley and departed. It came :om Creston, Ohio, and numbered 300. The spokesman, Ira Richards, addressed Major Mckinley at consider able length; McKinley 's resDonse was brief and nappy. He spoice on the twin issues of protection and sound money. , Canton, Ohio, Ootober 22. A large delegation from Medina county, Ohio, aumnenog more man l.uuu called . at 12 :30 o'olock and were addressed by me republican candidate. There is a bargain In lit eld's carpet room lor Somebody an all wool, art square (3-yards square). Who wants one? , It A Big Time There and Big People to brata It. Princeton, N. J., October 22 The third day of the sesqui-oentenniah cele bration of Princeton college is the ac tual 150tb anniversary day of its found ing, and tbe exercises were appropri ate. The guests who bave been on tbe ground during the week are largely in creased by arrivals last night and this morning. After the nsual academic procession, tbe participants gathered in Alexander hall, the alumni wearing their black silken gowns with hoods of orange. . Tbe bail was crowded to its at most capacity by those eager to do homage to Princeton university and also to hear the address of President Cleveland. Dr. Potter, in making tbe announcement of the university trie, said: "From this moment, what has heretofore been known as the college of New Jersey, will be known in the future as Princeton university.' A' gift oi uuu,uuu lor library purposes was announced, but the name of the doner is still withheld. Another gift of 1260,- 000 for a purpose not'Bpeoified was also acknowledged, and it is also from an UDknewn source. The total amount obtained up to the present time is given as 1,303,UUU. President Cleveland was then escor ted to the platform amid a tumult of cheers and enthusiasm. He delivered an address in which, he congratulated tbe state of New Jersey upon. tbe splendid educational institution within her borders which was just entering upon a new and useful lite. This afternoon there was a reception to President and Mrs. Cleveland at Prospect, President Patton's residence. and the exercises will close to-oigbt with a farewell dinner to tbe visiting delegates from sister institutions. It is an interesting fact that the title of College of New Jersey, now discarded, was granted to the college by iostrn. ment signed by Jobn : Hamilton, Presi dent of the King's Council, on Octo ber 22, 1746. Music In Hotels. Chicago, Ills., Ootober 22. The Windy City is responsible for an inno vation wbich is likely to set the entire hotel world a talking. It is the erec tion in the rotunda of the Great North ern hotel, at an expense of $12,000, of an aeolian pipe organ. It stands in a specially-constructed gallery, twenty feet above tbe registry desk. It is operated by electricity, bee 163 electri cal connections with 2,309 pipes, and represents in volume an orchestra of fifty or more pieces. Tbe idea is an original one with Proprietor Eden, but its enormous cost will probably mili tate against its being generally oopied. BUSINESS POINTERS. I', ; M acbeth troubles. Water ourea For parties, concerts Rosenthal Bros', ball. and socials, rent UO-s-tf stomach ' saootf Mexican Central Railway. ' On ncoount of the Pan-American medl r,ai congress, me Mexican ventral railway 1 I T I i . I . . . . . . J win .tu ruunu-irip cigk.gs to mexloo UlCy November 12th, to Kith at the rate of $00.81, Mexican money. Final limit, retiming, ueceiooer oisi, isiw. for additional In formation, call on or write to ' ' . J. P. Donohoi, ' Commercial Agent, El Paso, Texas. If yon want to buy or sell anything in the second-band goods line call on 8, Kaufman, .third door east of tbe old town poitofHce ,; 269 -tf Walter Dearden, assayer and chemist Trinidad, Colo. 187-iX Native bran at tbe mills, at 80o. per 100. Las Vegas Roller 160-tf ' At Hopewell Oold Camp. Those Intending to visit the great gold camp of Hopewell be pleased to learn that John J. face is now prepared to furnish hotel accommodations. An excellent table s served at reasonable rates. Kt-tt It you want to buy or sell cattle wool or sheep, don't fail to see or write J. Minium wool and live stock broker, East La. Ve gas, Mew Mexico. He, will save you money. S22wdtf SPECIAL NOTICES. POK KENT A nicely furnished room. i Appiy in nam street. 10R RALE A railroad ticket good for fiuicmsnn. n rniTH. Kama, Springfield, Mo. Apply here. 802-3t OR RKNT A suit of rooms well fur nished, with south bar window, on street car line. Mrs. gebben, Douglass Ave, L09T-A yellow pug Kojal Prentice.- dog. Seturn to Xlr ANTED Five or six laborers at tbe If new Dlunve bath, line unrlniMM wiiro. yet uuy . . 1MO-H NICELY furnished rooms for IlKht-bouse keeDlnir. In daslrahln lrwnllrr. Un Herzog's, Douglass are. - . TTSOR RENT. Dellehtful rooms, mmfnrl. 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JffMPsJli!-ijia SAN IDE NATIONAL B OF LAS jVEQAP. Capital Paid in Surplus, $100,000. i50,000. VOCAL INSTRUCTION. EMA1 OFFICERS! DB. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President, FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-President. , , . - D. T. HOSKINS, Cashier. , l ' , F. B. JANUARY; Assistant Cashier. - 63 IHTKKK8T PAID OH T1MK DEPOSITS Soprano and Contralto Soloist, and Vocal Instructress. ... . . A limited number of pupils will be received. Lessons given at home in the Malboeuf residence, Gallinas street, fcast Las Vegas. HbbtGokk, Prei H. vy . Siur, Vice Pres. T. Hoskims, Treai. THE LAS VEGAS SAVINGS BANK. Paid upcitall,$;ooo. oar earning by depositing tbem in the Las Visas Ba vines Bah, where KJSTBave vou hav will lirlnir von an Inoome. ' Kverv dollar saved, is two dollars made.", P. ROT No deposits received ot less than $1, Interest paid on all deposits of $5 and over. Douglas Ave. Butcher Shop. . Fresb ranch egg. received daily. Bell more meat (or dollar, tban any market Cim "1ST G. 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