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VAiLACOpY
Vegas Oaio
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VOL XVII I.
EAST LAS VEGAS, MEW MEXICO, TIIUUSDAY EVENING, KOVEilBEliVv-iSSilV
NO. 2
IS ALMOST CERTAIN
That the Republican Party has
Swept the Country for the
Gold Standard.
THE EXCHANGE OPEN
vlolory on the wholn tt Ue ticket, with
tbe cxcrptldo of Kitchen, democrat, for
oonzresH, la the lifih district, who de
feats Buttle, rrpublioan, by a small
I majority. Russell, republican, lor. Closed on Account
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
DEMOCRATS ARE HOPEFUL
Bryan Compliments Nebraskans
on tbe Work Done for the
Silrer Cause.
THE M'KINLEYS RESTING
Lincoln, Nebraska, November 6
Mr. Bryan is not yet ready to give out
any statement concerning tbe election.
He received a telegram from Senator
Jones, tbis morning, saying that the
result would be doubtful until tbe votes
of certain states are determined. Tbis
afternoon Mr. Bryan will make a Dub
lio statement about tbe democratic vie
tory. He is making no concessions as
to the general result.
Lincoln, Neb., November 6. Mr.
Bryan refused to be intervtewed on the
general election sayiog tbaE Until the
result was finally decided it would not
be proper for him to express an
opinion, but be gave out to-day tbe
following Interview on the situation in
Nebraska:
"ine result in .Nebraska is very
gratitying. We bave bad great obsta
oles to overcome and yet in spite ot all
these obstacles, we bave secured a
majority oi iu.uuu or io,uuu lor onr
electoral ticket and have eleoted tbe
entire state ticket and also at least 4
ana probably 6 members of congress
out of the 6 and have elected a
good working majority in both branch
cs of tie legislature. The democrats,
populists and silver republicans have
worked together in perfect harmony
ana they share tbe victory together
Tbe gold standard democrats, by collu
sion with republican officials, secured a
plaoe on the ballot as tbe "democrats'
and deceived a few voters, but tbe at-
tempted fraud was called to tbe atten
tion of the voters aud tbe evils reduced
to a minimum. It is safe to say that
almost tbe entire Palmer vote was oast,
because the gold democrats here, as
elsewhere, voted almost unanimously
for the repubtjcans. I am proud of
Nebraska and grateful to the friends
in this ' state for their loyalty. No
cause ever had more devoted support
ers than tbe silver cause had in Ne
braska. Having control of the legls
Jature machinery in tbis state we
should be able to so reform our ballot
laws as to prevent tbe frauds which
bave been perpetrated under it, and
we shall also be able to seoure legisla
tion which will protect tbe voters from
coercion and intimidation. The peo
pie of Nebraska bave cause for rejoic
ing. The good effect of our viotory in
tbis state will be felt for years to come
- Chicago, Illinois, November ' 5
Chairman Jones, this afternoon, said
"no do not propose to give up the
eleotlon until we actually know the re
sult. The people in every Btale are en
titled to an honest count. An election
has been held and the American people
are entitled to knowwhat bas been the
result. In a number of the states the
populist vote is not being counted.
Evcy honest vote in every state must
be counted. It would be absurd and
foilish for me to make any official
tautuent so long as there is any doubt
concerning either the result or the hon
esty of the count in any state."
Chicago, Illinois, November 5
Chairman Jones, of the national demo
cratic committee, said this morning
that he would not concede victory to
McKinley until tbe returns positively
showed It. Eiriy reports received at
the democratic headquarters to day
praotically concede the states of West
Virginia and Oregon to the republicans
and tbe democratic leaders bave no
hopes of carrying the election without
them. At 10 o'clock tbis mornmg,
Mr. Jones received a telegram from J
J, Dwyer, national committeeman in
San Francisco, saying that California
would give Bryan a small maj irity.
At republican headquarters, the state
is claimed by a large plurality as are
also the two Diikotas. Tbe conditions
in Indians, it is insisted upon at demo
cratic headquarters, are such that if
the result proves unfavorable to Bryan,
a contest would be made. It is oi aim
ed in a number of private tnlegrams to
. Mr. Jones that the middle.of-road
populist lit ket was not entered in the
count for Bryan.
CaiCAGs, Illinois, November 5.
Democratic National Committeeman
J.ihnson, of Kansas, said tbis morning:
There are few favorable reports re
ceived to-dar. West Virginia and
Oregon are almost certainly republi
can. Without these states even Indi
ana would rot win tbe election for the
democrats and we can as well now
admit defeat. - There is scarcely a
possibility of victory, and Chairman
Jones has little hopes of carrying tbe
election for Bryan. Unless Mr. Jones
receives more favorable reports before
night, he will probably issue a state
ment in which he will acknowledge
defeat."
Locisvillb, Ky., November 5
According to the latest returns reoeived
by tbe Courier Journal, Kentucky
given Bryan a plurality of 2, ISO, with
only thirty precincts missing. Leslie,
republican, and Knott, democratic, are
the only entire counties missing. Many
of tbe missing precincts are republi
can. At 10 o'clock, Damocratlo Chairman
Sommers claimed Kentucky for Bryan
by from 2. 000 to 3.000. ila has heard
from every preoinct, but refuses to give
out the fillies.
Louisvillk, Ky , N ivember 6
Complete rvturos from Bell oounty io
creasn McKinley 's plurality in tbe slate
0 989
. Baleigb, N C , November 5. OS
flal returns give a complete fusion
Tbi state goes for Bryan by a small
mj nity.
' Fargo, N. D . November 5 Only
four counties in tbe state have been
completely canvassed but tbey are
good indicators as to (be way the elec
tion will go. FmioniBts now concede
tbe state for McKinley by from 1,600
to 2,000 ma j nity.
Yankton, S. Dak , November 0
The latest returns' at the republican
state headquarters re- more favorable
to the republicans'.' "Tbe" majority of
1,000 has been maintained. The
legislature, is populist and will eleot a
free silver United States senator,
Indianapolis, Ind., ""November 5.
With complete returns from 73 out of
92 counties of the state McKtnley's
majority in Indiana figures 2U,2oO.
Nearly all the missing counties are in
the sparsely populated portion of the
state.
Cantos, Ohio, November 5 Major
McKinley, yinlding to tbe pressure of
friends and liis phytioian, bas decided
to absent himself fr -m Canton for a
time. He will, with Mrs. McKinley,
leave for OcveUnd within a few days,
Mrs. McKinley bas been suffering with
a severe cold.
of the Bis
cuit Failure Three Months
ago, now Running.
ANOTHER ROYAL WEDDING
n
7? " n
First: National Bank,
n
LAS
VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
treU'-
E
The Markets are Actire To-day
bat not Quite so Good as
Yesterday,
FITZHUGH LEE ARRIVES
PRACTICE WHAT YOU PREACH.
Might now be Said to Lady Henry Somerset
Who Owns an Instnltary Area in London.
New York, N. Y., November 6.
A London dispatch says: Lady II m-
ry Soruers (I has once again come into
public notice as tbe owner of a traot of
ground at Scmers town x neighbor
hood within tbe limits oi tno city oi
London, and which is covered with old,
dilapidated dwellings. The author.
ities bave officially declared the region
a condemned, insanitary area," but
there BDnears to be no law under
which the structures can be rszad or
the tenants compelled to seek other
Quarters. Tbe place has come Into
notice from the fact that five inquests
have been held within the last month
upon people who bave died suddenly
or from aocident within the area.
It is not claimed that Lady Somerset
is directly responsible for tbe existing
conditions, but it is contended thai in
view -of her considerable wealth it
wonld be an easy muter for her to buy
off the present leases of her ground and
cause the polluted buildings to be
either razed or re-constructed.
AT CARNEQIE INSTITUTE.
Chicago, Illinois, November 6
Tbe Cbioago Stock Exchange, wbiob
bas been closed since August 4th, as a
result of tbe failure of the Moore
Brothers, and the ensuing complica
tions in which the Diamond Match and
New York Biscuit stocks were in
volved, re-opened to-day by order of
tbe governing committee, and a large
number of members and operators
gathered in tbe. Exchange ball, this
morning. - There were no , develop
ments in theopenitig hour, but it is ex
pected that, as a result of tbe condi
tions under which tbe Exchange so
suddenly closed, there will be a num
ber of small failures and sales under
the rules. These, however, will bave
no effect upon the situation except to
clear np the atmosphere.
At tbe opening everything on the ,
list sold at better prices tban was ex
pec ted. Diamond match whloh sold
at 2.22 when tbe exchange closet!,
brought 1.30 at its lowest point to-day.
Tbe bid price for New York biscuit
to-day was 92, against 97 on August
sta.
The Stock Market.
Wall Stkeet, N.Y .November fi
Stocks were weak at tbe opening, prions
declining ila per onnt,. Tbe set.
ling was mod pronounced in sugar, St.
Paul, Chicago gas. Heading and
Atchison preferred Business, how
ever, was less active than yesterday.
London, England, November 6 -r
Tb stock exohange market opnned
firm, with good business in American
shares. The changes in the market
were slight. , , ..'
To Pardon Queen Ul. "
Honolulu, November ' 6. It was
learned by tbe steamer ''Australia"
that, at a meeting of President Dole
and the council of state, it was voted
unanimously to extend a full pardon to
ex'ueen Liliuokalani. ,
BUSlNKh.S PUIMTKBS.
M aon-eth
troubles.
AVator uarcs
Walter Dearden,
Trinidad, Colo.
stomach
." 309tf
assayer and chemist
- 187-tt
' ' JOSHUA S.' REYNOLDS, President
JPN W. ZOLLARS, Vice-Psident. A. B. SMITH, Cashier
Accounts Received Subject to Check.
; Interest Paid on Time Deposito.
If you want to buy or sell cattle wool or
sheep, don't fail to see or write J. Minium,
wool and live stock broker, Bast Las Ve
gas, new mexioo. lie will save you
money. . " 222w&dt(
TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo. Quinine Tablets,
All druggists refund the money Kit falls
to cure. 25 3. 1 tf
VOCAL INSTRUCTION.
The Iron Master and his Wife Celebrate at
Founders' Day.
A Royal Wedding.
VIENNA, Austria, November 6
Prince Louis Pbillipe Robert duo D 'Or
leans was married, this forenoon, to
Arch-Duchess Marie Dorotbe Amelie,
of AusUia, tbe ceremony being per
formed in Hoff burgh chapel at 11
oolock In tbe presence of Emperor
Francis Joseph, . and tbe Queen of
Portugal, sister of the bride-groom,
and a number of Austrian and foreign
royalties, ,
Gen. FiUhugh Lee Arrives.
New York, N. Y., November 6.
Gen. Fitzbugh Lee, accompanied by
bis private secretary, arrived here from
Havana on the steamer "Vigilancia,"
which remained in quarantine until
morning. General Le, npon being in
terviewed, said that his health had
oeen excellent, his stay in Cuba was
pleasaat, although . the duties of tbe
position were exceedingly onerous. He
aeciined to talk about tbe Cuban ques
tion, even in general terms. He will
go ta Washington at once. v
Soprano and Contralto Soloist,
and Vocal Instructress..'...
A limited number of pupils will be
received. Lessons given at home
in the JMalboeut residence, Gallinas
street, Eat Las Vegas. ,
T!
Beifeld's Clebrated Cloaks, .
.First-Class Dressmaking.
Goods at Lowest Prices for Cash.
MRS. L. KQLLENWAGER.
Tbe best place to buy
seasonable hardware if
Myers', Masonic temple.
stoves and all I
at Wagner ft
812-tf
MR. Wfl. L. ROBERTS
as Meph'sto.
MISS OLIVE MARTIN
as Marguerite.
production celebrated throughout
entire English-speaking world
: MORRISON'S
the
Pittsburg, Peon., November 5.
The celebration to-day at tbe Carnegie
institute of tbe annual Founders'
Day" was especially signalized by the
formal opening of the art galleries and
museum. The trustees and their
friends, together with a large number
of invited guests, gathered in tbe Li
brary llall at 2 o'clock and a cordial
reception was given to Mr. and Mrs.
Carnegie when they made their ap
pearance. After a formal inspection
of the new rooms and tbe reports of
chairmen of committees, Mrs. Carnegie
declared open to visitors the art gal
leries and museum, which contain
magnificent collections of paintings
and curios. Later, the iron master and
bis wife hel l a Dutilio reception.
To Pltaae the Czar.
New York, N. Y., .November 5.
A London dispatch says: According to
a distinguished Scotland lard police
official, who bas been talking to his
iriends without the sligbest idea tbat
his confidence would get into print, the
arrest of Tynan in France was simply
a put up j ib between tbe English and
French authorities, for the purpdse of
making the Czar feel assured, wben on
French soil, tbat all possible sources ot
danger to bis person were under sur
veillance. According to the officer in
question, if tbe English authorities bad
really wanted 'No. 1," they could
have taken him in England, inasmuch
asnenaa Dougm iickb.s io iuuuu " uirnitrotiiv iinifritinrn 11
the day before bis arrest, of which ao- iltUliCOlM I , NU JLMDLn II.
uuu i tie jngiiou uclculivco,
VM.- MALBQEUF.
General lercMiise
Harness, Saddles Etc.,
The best place in the City to buv
your
groceries;
For prUe, coucorts sod socials, rent
Rosenthal Kro hull 50-s-tf I
Qold Nuimet" For Sale.
One of the best ol ms in Hopewell loin
ing tbe site ot tti new mill, is tor sale.
f or particulars apply to
Obo. H. Hutchisoit.
Eatt Lis Vegas.
If yoi want fo buy or sell anything In
tbe second band goods line call on 8,
Kaufman, third djor east of the old town
poatofHce 269-tI
Brill Hani
SPECIAL NOTICES.
m mi
East Las Vegas and Socorro, H. M.
"Wholesale Grocers
. -a . f
i wool, Hides and Pelts.
WANTED. -lady
of
office
A position as a
experience. Apply
cook by a I
at this I
2-St
FOR RKNT-A foir-room, new cottacre,
corner Klvtith at -est and Lincoln Ave. j
inquire at lien k's, Douglas Ave.
TTVjR'tAL.i1!. Ptieao. A bvj-rootn set. mar;
Jj ble t'lp; Mrs. Sebben, Douglas arenue.
sis-u.
HO.MK MAfiK BWS U. Those who hva
been using bread ot my baklnv, here- I
torore ourcimseu at uiuxton'f grocery, can
now obtain tlie s me at ray rooms In the
east wing or the Central hotl.
B13-3t Has. (jAnais Pasch.
WANTED - dining ro m girl.
V V wi
: this ofllc-e.
Apply
17I0B RENT -Well furnldhed
JJ on nrst fljor.
rront room
Inquire here. 811 -t
pvHESSMAKIiG an expsrtencert lady In I
iuressmBKinK. uesires ramny sevinx or
tueuuy. Auiress ox vi, uaic Las vegas.
TjIOU KEr Furnlshea .".ree room cot-I
Jj tane Apply t Mrs. Uuud's, 808 Jack-1
son street.
, WH t
TJIOB REVr On. three room house
JJ furnished
furnlstivd.
and two five room bouses.
App y at this office. 308-1
4, r! ' -
.lip Wft .-. : v
srTf7f- ;, -,-
XL4f$i&j'j2: Ku-v fa P v- i
FOB KENT A seven room furnished
bouse with bath, convenient to the cen
ter or ine city. Appiy toi. k. lwis.
FOR RKMT A nicely furntsbed room.
Apply 714 Ma n Street.
NICELY furnished rooms tor UghUhonsa
keeping. In desirable locality. Mrs.
Her log's, Douglass ave.
(" 1 cash end tlS a month for nine-
? I II I I ty-slx months, will pay for an
elegant, rour-ro'icn nouse, naving two clos
ets, oufouses, with grounds; best of loca
tion. Uesldeuce lots on fife years' time.
258tf J. H. TBITLBBADK.
Ranch and Mining Supplies,
Fence Wire, Nails,
Picks and Shovels.
BLASTING ( GIANT POWDER.
PHIENSX MEAT MARKET,
J. S, Dillon, Prop.
Dealer In all kinds of
FRESH MEATS,
HAMS AND BACON,
Fish, Game and Poultry in season
ORDRRS BOT.iniTRD
Cement, Sheep Dips, Sulphur.
Steel Hay Rakes.
Wool Sacks.
BAIN WAGONS
rv-ri.
MONSTER
PRODUCTION
OF
1
iE NATIONAL
OF LAS VEGAB.
FAUST
Capital Paid in
Surplus,
Tons of Magnificent Scenery.
Worlds of Electrical Surprises.
Oceans of Wonderful Effects.
The Treat of a Life-Time.
TAMME OPERA HOUSE,
Q.ie Night Only,
OFFIOKRSt
DB. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President,
FRANK SPRINGER, Vice-Presideot.
. . . ... D. T. HOSKIN8, Cashier.
- F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier.
tar IHTEREST PAID OH XlMK DEPOSITS 1
.. --
who were
watchicer his movements, were aware.
To Educate Indians.
Winnipeg, Man., November 5. A
conference of Indian missionaries arid
mission school teachers opeoed, to
day, at St. Andrew's church. Nearly
one hundred delegates were in attend
ance. Papers were read on the train
ing of Indian children to speak Eng
lish, on the education of Indian girls,
and on the development of a desire
for home life and domestio surround,
logs among Indians in the reserves.
Scale Of I riuette, 1 00
n f Reserve Balcony, 75c
Prices: Gallerv. 50o
Tickets on sale at usual places.
Our Money Good Now.
Windsor, Ont., November 5. The
different binks of this city wbiob had,
pending the result of the United States
election, refused to accept the United
States currency for deposit are now
satisfied that no loss can accrue to
them through its acceptance, and to-
day. the boycott bas been raised ' and
ail United States money will continue
to be taken at par as here: of ore. -
A Storm In the Esst.
New York, N, Y., November 6. -The
rain and wind storm which broke
over this city and vicinity shortly be.
fore daylight threatens to do muoh
damage to inoomiDg vessels especially
to the small craft. The storm extended
all along the middle Atlantio states
The wiud varies in velocity from forty
to fifty miles per hour.
Knitting Mills Open.
HaokkstovVN, Md., November 6.
The R and A knitting mills of this city
started up, yesterday , with a full force
of hands, A largo number of orders
were on hand awaiting tbe result of the
electbn. They were giveo oonditional
on McKinley'. election.
Vegas Roller
160-tf
Native bran at the
mills, at 80o. per 100,
WILLIAM BAA.SCH,
who Is willing to stand or fall on his
m6ritsu a taker, ha. constantly:
. on Mile at the
LAS VEGAS BAKERY
Opposite Postofflce, West Side,
VBK8H BBIAD, OAKKS AND FIB
HdooIbi order, filled on short notice.
.P.. ROTH,
Douglas Ave. Butcher Shop.
Fresh ranch eggs received daily. Sell
mora" meat for dollar, than any market
ta
Now located on Sixth street, two door
i north of the Postoffice,
TiiiDgaiflPlili
-
A Specialty.
i The Finest Line of
Stoves and Steel Ranges
la the City.
Heating apparatus, heavy sheet Iron
work, eto., contracted for at the bottom
price. Let as figore on your work.
Hen by Gokb, Pres
H. W. Kelly, Vice Pres.
D. T. Hoskins, Treas.
THE )
LAS VEGAS
SAVINGS BANK. Paid up capital, $30,000.
63T8ave yonr earnlngn by depositing them in the Las Vkqab Savibsb Bahk, whers
they will bring you an Income. Every dollar saved, is two noiiars mnuo.--
Ho deposits received of less than $1.
Interest paid on all deposits of !to and over.
PLAZA HOTEL
fXfcK-i. ' -,t"lThe only firs:-class house in the
Headquarters for stockmen.
A. DUVAL,
In charge of Cnislne Department. Ratesi
, 35c per meal ; $6 per week. Tables supplied
with everything the market affords.
MRS. S. B, DAVIS
Lessee:
Rooms by the day for 60c to $1.00; by
month. $6 to $12.
. 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.
- MEW BUILDING,
D. WINTERNITZ.
?: $100,000.
rlW,WUVi - ;
I A large and complete line of
IRieULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
O L. HOUGHTON,
-DEALER IN
Hardware. Stores &Agri
OF ALLUKINDS.
A large stock of Stoves and Plows now on hand, which will be sold a little
above cost. These (roods 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.
The
Dandy
Wind
Mill.
None
Better.
P. C. HOGSETT.
cilmrall
mglements
A. A. WISE. Notary Public. Established 1881.
WISE & HOuSETT,
LOANS AND REAL ESTATE,
Sixth and Douglas Aves., East Las Vegas, N. M.
Improved and Unimproved Lands and City Property for sale. Investments made ana
Attended to for non-residents. i.iwbb dmiuiuvu, Abulia uuneuiuu auu ie, .m.
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY.
The finest line of Carriages, Boggles.
Landaus, Saireys, Phestons and Road
Carts In the Southwest, ot tbe best
manufacture
Idvery end Feed Stables,
amort street, las vfoas
QrandlSale
' Of ;
1 For this Week,
At Prices that Talk2
For Themselves. s
45-inch All Wcol
B.LACK STORM SERGE
At 42Y2 Cents.
36 inch beet Domestic-Henrietta In
ell shades, including black.
30-inch ail wool Hulling In tbe leadicg
shades at - -
36 inch all wool Cheviot
and stripes, at
10-inch all wool Novelty Dress
! Goods, at
66 - inch ell wool Broad Cloth
at - -
36-Inch extra heavy Bonnie Plaids
at .
86 inch all wool Cashmere Plaids
at -
An extra Rood quality In Fancy Silk
Mixed I'lai ig, 06 luuh wide .
RosenwalcTs
21c
25c
in check. 2gfi
4ic
59c
29c
49c
50c
Cloth Cape, light color, trimmed
with velvet ." ' ', -
Heavy Cloth Double Cape, in M QK
brown, blue and blaok, at - Hu.LV
Extra beavy Beaver Cape trim
med with cut st beads
A handsome tailor made cape
trimmed with Pearl Buttons
and Braid, at -
Extra heavy Beaver Cape in tan
and light brown, Interwoven J I fir
with fancy braid, at . . . .- VT.iiU
Ao extra long double cape in black
and blua, trimmed with the
newest fur and braid, at
Plash Capes made of the finest
Seal Flush and trimmed
with tha finest far from
$1.50
$2.95
$3.95
$4.25
k ..
$4.50
$4.50 up
South Side Plaza.
HAEFNER & ROSSIER,
Agents for
AND
MACBEIH MINERAL WATER.
Proprietors
Soda Bottling Works.
B. C. PITTENGER & CO.
OTEAM LAUr.DRY.
Goods called for
nd rloiivered,.

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