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East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Monday Evening, April 25, 1892.
ACCEPTED THE PRESIDENCY.
New York, April 25. ll was un
officially Mated this afternoon tbat
R. S. HayeB bad accepted tbo pres
idency of the Union Pacifio railway.
A conference was held today, and
the board to be elected on April 27
was agreed upon, but parties holding
control declined to give out their
name?. It is understood, however,
that Jay Gould and Russell Sage
were dropped from tho board.
80LD FOR DEBT.
DENVER,April 25. All the ditches,
lands and canals and lands of tho Taos
Valley Ditch Company in Conejos
county, Colorado, embracing several
thousand acre?, wai sold for debt this
morning by Judge Hinsdale, United
States commissioner and master in
chancery, in front otho postoflice.
The purchasers were the Conejos and
San Antonio Reservoir and Ditch
Company and the price paid was
Meyersdale, Pa., April 25. A
disastrous wreck occurred at Silis
fcury Junction, on tho Baltimore &
Ohio road, one mile, west of here, at
S o'clock Thursday evening, by which
six people wero injured, one probably
fatally. The injured wero all Ger
man and Hungarian emigrants, and
their names can not be learned. The
accident was caused by the second
section of a freight train running
into tho rear of an emigrant train
bound for Pittsburg.
TO FIGHT WITH REAL GUNS.
New York, April 22. A dis
patch from London to the Evening
World indicates that blood is at last
to flow in the eolebrated Drayton
J3orrowo case. It is stated that
JBorrowe aud Millbank vanished
tfrom London early this morning,
and that Fox, Dorrowe's second in
the former duel of words, had also
' disappeared. It is believed that all
have gone to Fiance, where Bor
rowe and Fox will meet at day
light to-morrow. Tho latest phase
of this dawdling affair seems to
ihavo real guns in it. The affair
-lias been arranged with the greatest
'secrecy, but the report hero is that
the duel will take place to-morrow
..morning, probably with pistols.
AN ELECTIONEERING DEVICE.
'Washington, April 22. The pub
lished reports that tho president had
practically completed arrangements
looking i an international monetary
conference Jo be held early next sum
mer, and that invitations havo been
issued to foreign governments to
participate therein 1 not received
with any d?play of entlwuiam by the
silver senawrs. . .
Senator Stewart is outspoken in
characterizing the alleged plan as an
"electioneering device, absolutely
devoid of any honest purpose
ry out the expressed declarations 0'
congress in favor of tho full remone
tization of silver."
Senator Teller does not see how
tho conference can havo any practi
cal results in view of tho insurmount
able limitation to bo placed upon the
conference, according to the reports.
Chkvknne, April 25. The fol
lowing dispatch received today:
Buffalo, Wyo., April 23.
There aro about 150 armed men ui
town, organized as homo guards. An
organization was established last
For Cash only.
Sunday night It included 20U men
nnder tho command of Frank Smith
of Powder river, divided into squads
of 10 men each, under tho command
of a sergeant. Tho streets are patroll
ed by a strong guard at night all
traveling to and from town are in
spected. Rumors are current of oth
er bands of invaders coming from
Montana and elsewhere to aid the
stockmen. Tho outposts of the or
ganization will seek to givo timely
warning of any approach of such
parly. Fears aro entertained by
many that the attempt of the flock
men will bo renewed. " A " fow citi
zens here, suspected of having been
lavorablo to the stockmen, aro in
fear of violence from tho other
party. The streets havo been quiet
but full of men. Business is almost
at a standstill, lliere is no carous
ing but men stand about talking of
anything new. Many absurd but
dangerous rumors aro reported and
more or less are believed. Sheriff
Annus turned tho prisoners in jail
over to Col. Van Horn. Violence is
not apprehended, but it is rumored
that if invasion should occur, or if
some vicious rumors should gam cre
dence in the present state of exoite
ment, one cannot tell what might
The Y. LI. c. A. assubzd.
Those interested in tho formation
of a Young Men's Christian Associa
tion in Las Vegas, met together for
the first time yesterday afteruoon
at tho Academy. A temporary or
ganization, to continue till the national
charter and constitution cau be se
cured, and adopted, was chosen, con
sisting of G. S. Ramsay, chairman,
L. P. Browne, Jr., treasurer, and
Jackman Herrick, secretary. It was
unanimously resolved that the char
ter members' fee should be $5.
A committee on ways and means,
consisting of Mr. Stein, chairman, Mr.
Prigmore and Mr. Ady, was appoint
ed to interview the business men of
the city, and to secure pledges of
membership from as many young
men as possible. Mr. Ramsay was
appointed to meet the committee of
three, Mrs. Higgins, Mrs. Dr. Rice
and Mrs. Patty, from the W. C. T.
U., and to making arrangements as
to their offer to give tho Y. M. C. A.
their library, magazines and news
papers at present in the reading
room. Mr. Ramsay was also given the
authority to examine different build
ings with a view of securing one for
permanent quarters, a reading room,
several class rooms, and a gymnasium
hall. Gymnasium equipment cat
alogues wero ordered for actiou at tho
In short, tho meeting was all that
energetic, earnest, and enthusiastic
young men could make it. All things
needful were discussed and provided
for, and now active canvassing in the
name of the association will at once
commence. If older persons will
givo as hearty support as tho young
men, by next week a mass meeting
can be called, a permanent organiza
tion effected, and Liu Vegas will
havo a flourishing Young Men's
Christian Association. J.
vpnr,l!H7'a match was a walk-
away for the Aztecs. Ono of the!
men on tho other side is jeponeu io
have fallen "all over himself." Fol
lowing is tho score: Aztecs, 14;
Banner Baud, 0.
Hurrah for the Aztecs.
WoaLD's Pais Notis.
Office Board Lady Manager,
April 14, 1892.
Tliero was never a time wheu it
was so difficult to represent women's
Work as the present. In olden lime
the crazy quilt and crochet were all
that wero expected, but this is tho
:vgo of philanthrophy and clubs.
New Mexico will make a good exhib
it of literature, painting, both in oil
iind water colors; also in china,which
lias reached a higher state of excel
lence than ever before in this coun
try, and we will have a fine collec
tion of artistio needlework; our col
onial exhibit will be a credit to New
JUexico, over COO pieces having been
located and promised. ' Already
women aro working in every county
in tho territory, collecting for this
especial exhibit. Tho work of wom
en will b.i placed in the main build
ing, with that of the men, and all ex
hibits done in whole or part by
women will bear a mark showing
just what part was done by women;
Any time spent by women in collect
ing men's work will not bo credited
to or bear the women's badge. In
answer to a letter received from Mrs.
Lea, of Roswell, in which she says:
"Will you kindly inform mo if Mrs.
Bartlell's resignation effects my work
under you, as I am chairman of both
her and yourauxiliary committees aud
the work in all your departments is
doing well. In photography wo will
make a tine exhibit of our beautiful
river scenes, etc., etc." These letters
are coming in from all over tho ter
ritory and in answer I say her resig
nation does not affect my work in
anyway. My work is strictly the
work of the Territory. I find it a
great work and it can only bo accom
plished successfully by all tho women
in our Territory feeling it a duty to
render every assistance in their
On the 27th of this mouth, which is
next Wednesday, tliero will be a meet
ing of tho Territorial Board, which is
composed of President W. T. Thorn
ton, Vice-President Major Salazar,
Treasurer E. V. Chaves, Secretary
Major Llewellyn, in this city. An
earnest request is made that citizens,
especially the ladies, will be present
at this meeting. A great deal of in
formation can bo gained and it is
hoped that a great interest will bo
manifested by our people of Bernal
Franc L. Albright,
Lady Manager for New Mexico.
The stockholders of tho Masonic
Building Association are requested
to deposit their ballots today for di
rectors, The Kniilhts Templar will confer
tho red cross degree on four candi
dates on Wednesday night; to bo
followed by a grand banquet.
Tho Knight Templars intend hold
ing Ascension day services at tho
Opera House on May the 26th.
Tho R. A. Chapter meets tonight
for work in the Mark Master degree.
All Odd Fellows aro requested to
meet at tho Odd Fellows' hall on Tues
day at 8 o'clock, and from there to
go to tho plaza. The streetcars will
bo in waiting so that those who de
sire to go from the West Sido to tho
East, after tho banquet is over can
do so. All Odd Fellows' families
and friends are cordially invited. By
order of tho committee.
Watch for Our Special
Days in this paper.
The : Latest :
BUMS, JACKETS 11 LONG CAPES
Blazers with skirts to match.
Blouses and skirts to match.
Finest line of Waists ever shown in the city, at
Cerrillos to San Pio,
By way of Dolores and Golden.
Accommodations First Class.
G. W. FULLER, Manager.
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE.
MR9. L. HLLEN WAGER.
Fino Hats and Bonnets a specialty.
A f in - line of Pan
taloon Patterns just
Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. M.
Piartos & Organs,
OF ALL M AK'JH,
At lowest prices and on easy pay
Everything in tho musio lino. Cat
alogues free. Second-hand pianos
bought, sold and exchanged Span
ish and English books, stationery and
T. G. MERNIN,
Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. M.
The.undersigned begs leave to in
form his numerous customors, friends
and the public in general that ho
has changed tho namo of his meat
mavket, the same being now called
Ho will (any a sulect stock of K. C.
and Native Meals, Delicacies, Butter
and EggH, Cured Meals, etc., and will
sell tho samo at lowest posiblo prices
to cash customers. ReHpuetfully,
ca 12a tarafiiEacsa easy ci U Zr da pncdaolv
LEADERS OF LOW
Monday Mar. 28,
In the Cilh
o You Waal aMbySpiagM?
wants of our
show you the most beautiful (dudes in Spring and Summer Clothing ever
brought to New Mexico. Finish and workmanship on our new goods' aro
unexcelled. The prices aro as low, and lower, than goods of inferior
I quality and make. Come j .... ,
Collars and I and see. No trouble to show I AND Otiieb
GOLDEN RULE CLOTHING Co,
East Las Vegas,
An Egyptian Mummy
IS NO MORIS A
Dead Sure Thing
than that tho prices wo offer in the lino of
Room and Picture Mouldings
are without & parallel.
HILL & NISON
A USTo. 1, ZDottg-I-,3 Ave.'
Wo have eclipsed all pre- I Hats & Neckwear
vioiis efforts, and Ktnditd llifi I ,f
patrons, and can I
. a. if f
XZSE LEWIS, (