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... . i. Ay Ay Ay VOL. 7. LAS VEGAS. N. M:, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER ÍJ, 1885. NO. 57. p. SPKCLU AHGAINS -IN REAL ESTATE, i A. A. and J. H, WISE, There uro no dpsirnlile rrll(iup houses fur rt'iil In I .as Vcpiw. Why? Iti-caunc In tho lust few month omiirrnltim Iiiih IiktoimimI the pop ulation nl our irrowliiK 'ity to him-Ii an exU'lit that limine Imllillntr has not. In furl, cimlil not, korp Hpn' with tho tlemmnl. In vlow of thin l:cl, we lmv Hi-currtl a Inortt iiiiiiiIht nf liuihllinr InK wry U'slrulilr, which wh will si ll CHKAI' KH CASH ami ou tho IN8TAI.lv MRNT PLAN. We hnvo ttlso a low very di--Binililf 1 KKS1 OUNCE HOUSr.s FOK SALE CHEAP. Chnniri'R uro rnnstnntly lipinirnincle lij-occupant in rc8l!rniM'S, Htnl tliiisp iloHirlui? to rwtt Bhinilil place thflr mimes on our lint. MONEY TO LOAN. COR. 6TH & DOUGLAS AVE. LAS VEGAS. NOTARY PUBLIC YOU OAN" HUNT -AT I I ROSENTHAL & OUU NEW FALL GOODS ARE AKUIVIXU. WE AKE OPENING THIS WEEK Flannels. Ladies' Cloths, Cash meres and Velvets, Embroid ery and Laces. A Fine Line of Ladies' Neck wear and Handker chiefs, an Immense Stock of Ladies' and Misses' Wraps, Cloaks, Dol- mans Etc. - 326 RAILROAD AVEHUE, " EAST LA9 VEGAS. I THE SNUG" JOHN BINGLE, Prop. Finest wines, liquors iind cinara always iu stock. Kiirtt-class short order rosliiuntnt. Kvi'iythitiK thu inarkel uHordB at roiiHoiutlilo iiriix-!). Ungular llunurs unci (lav, li.'p cunts. Jhiiw dinner every Sunday lasting from one to lour o'clock. Drop in and seen us. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. II. It. Tlrmlon. J. K. Martin, Wflllnr.p Hesflelden. B.B. BORDEN & CO. All wnik donn with Neiitnesn nnd TMspntch . Hiittslnc.tion tliniranteed. Pimm, RpiT.Hle.nt inns and Km imales Knrnifhod. Simp mid iidieiMin Main St , .Suntli (if (,'hIIkiIío Cemetery, Knst I íh Vejrafl, H. M. UVIiphmio ill lioiiiieeliiin with Shop. MARCELLINO & CO., PIANOS A0- UORGANS Sold on Small Monthly Payments. Pecond-lmnd plañan bought, sold anl taken In e.vchuntfi'. (Ilridirc Slrot-t and I'lnil.) LAS VEGAS, - NEW MEXICO. J. J.FITZGERRELL the LIVE REAL ESTATE -AND- FINANCIAL AGENT FOR CAPITALISTS. Bondt?, Territorial and County Scrip and Warrants Bought and Sold. Notary Public and Conveyancer. 312 RAILROAD AVE., LAS VÉOAS, NEW MEXICO. S4,000 on hand to lean on all kinds of property. Notes discounted. Titnp of loans, one month to three years. InvttiiieniN uarutully mudo. Taxes paid. Estates tniumned. Han Float mi. 3 Call: nir for lon.CKio acres of land, with order for locution, on liny tinon euplcd lands in the Territory of New Mexico, in oiifl liody. Will bo sold at a fair price. l.Wi.'WO aerea of tíraut property for a'p nt from no cents to 2 per aero, r Irat-clnsg cnttlo rantfes, otnliraclng too Jloust, best ratiKcs iu the Territory. Write ror lesci iplions or pomo mul see. If you want to Inty properly for rahh or In Rtallmeut plan, call ou J. J ; FITZG-ERRELL 8 I 2 Railroad Avenue. GL'lUK TO NEW MEMO) PIlKK TO ALT.. SAI BOLD TRAIN ROBBERY. West-Hound Train Passenger OX THE CHICAGO A: ALTOX 1 Hoarded by Tour Men Wear In z Masks At lllne Spring, Only TwenlyTwo Milei tlasl of Knnin City, and n Gnnrd I I'lncrtl nt Kithrr Fntl ol a Tar, While the Other Two Compel the FassrnRFrs t. Dlsgorgr i'or Their Pains They Rreire the Insig nificant Sum of Thirty Dollarn Kansas Citt, Sout. 3. A bold train robbery occurred on the Chicago & Alton Railroad tonight, but, owing to a Bxdi den fright of the robbors, but little booty was secured. As tho Westbound train left Blue Springs, twenty-two milos oast from bore, about 9 o'clock tonight, four masked men appeared at tho sinoking car and were about to board the car. A number of meji, how over, wore standing on the platform, and tho robbors passed to tho next in line, the coach. Throeof them climbod upon the forward platform and the fourth got oh at the rear. A- mitn lien mounted guard at each end of the car, whilo the other two entered, and the passengers in the othor cars knew noth ing of the matter until it was all oyor. Thcró was thon groat excitement among tho moro timid ones, and many bast oned to socret their valuables and pro pare for a return of tho' robbors, oven though all-danger had passed. The passengers of the car that was robbed had scarcely time to realize what had occurred before tho robbors appeared, and with drawn rovolrors, commanded the passengors to givo up their money. A number of them handed out small amounts of chango, whilo one man in bis excitemont paised out his purse containing about $23. The robbors look whatever was offered with out soarchmg the passengers, and made no attompt to rob them of thoir jew elry,' Whon tho pair had reached the center of tho carthoy bocamo suddenly alarmed, and pulling tho boll rope, tho four robbors sprang off whon the train slackened speed and disappeared in tho darkness. Tho tram passed on, and tlte conductor, James Boggs, reportod the affair to. tho officials of the road ; from tbe next telegraph station. (The train then proceeded on its way to tins city. The booty secured amounted to about irjJU m money, nothing olso be ing taken. Tho robbers are described as appearing awkward and nervous, and evidently unused to such work. Thoy were roughly dressod, and had tho appeaianco of farm hands. Each wore a small black mask. J. II. An tlrows, a business man of this city, who was on tho platform of the smoker, re lates that whon tho niou approachod the car he thought they were tramps. Thoy boarded ttio second car as tho tram was pulling out from the station, and a moment later ho started through for the roar of tho tram. At tho rear door of the smoker ho was met by the guard, who pointed a revolver at him and called upon to stand still. He obeyed.aud from tho doorway watched tho proceedings in tho other car. The whole transaction, ho thought, did not occupy ovei livo minutos before tho robbors commanded a brako man to- pull tho boll ropo, and 1o stop tho train. 15Iuo Springs is a small station in a thickly wooded district, and situated near Gleh dalo and llluo Cut, tho scones of former robberies in tlio days of the Jamos gang. Tho train, which was due-bore at l:;!0 p. in., was nearly an hour lato, andón its arrival preparations wero mado to sond a special train from hero with a strong posse to search for the miscroants. Every ollort will bo made to apprehend them. Tho Times' liluo Springs special says that tho robbers started northward from tho railroad, and' a posso from tho town was soon in pursuit. Mm. Jarrett Arrested. London, Sopt. 2. Mrs. Jarrolt was takon into custody this morning on tho chargo of abducting tho Armstrong girl, who was tho "Lilly" of tho Pall Mall Gazotto's "Hovolations." Gonoral Booth, of the Salvation Army, sur rendered Mrs, Jarrett to tho authorities after having several conferences with thorn during tho past few days. Tho polico linally throatenod to have a war rant issued for General Booth's arrest on the chargo of obstructing tho law by concealing Mrs. Jarrett. This fright cnod him, and ho immediately produced tho woman. Mrs. Jarrett walked to tho polico station. She is a sister of tho Salvation Army.and in accordance with an arrangement made with the Superin tendent of Police, tho oflicer was wait ing at tho door of tho station house and took hor in chargo. Mrs. Jarrott pro cuodod to a coll and was locked up. Lator in tho day Mrs. Jarrett was taken to the Bow Streot Polico Court, where sho was charged with having indecently assaulted tho Armstrong girl by ad ministering a noxious drug to hor, and with feloniously detaining hor; also with conspiring with Mr. Stoad, of tho Pall Mall Gazutto, and others to commit theso offenses, Mr. Pollard appoared tor tho prosecution. Tho prisoner was romaudod until next Monday. Bail was refused. A summons has boon granted for complicity in tho cuso against Mr. Stead, General Booth and others. Jaques, Mr. Stead's assistant in o cunng tho information contained In tho rovelation or Mrs. Coombo, in whoso house tho girl was dnijrgod,' havo all boon subjoclrd to examination and sum moned to appear for trial at the Bow Street Polico Court on a chargo of com plicity in tho caso, and Mr. Stoad, who is summoring in Switzerland, on being notilied that a summons against him had beeu issued, telegraphed that he would rot urn immediately and answer the charge). Mr. Goorge Pi It Lewis Uhh been retained to condnct Mr. Stead's defenso. KILLED ON THE COURSE. An. Appal I ins Array of Acci dents M hlrh Occurred on the Track M Brighton Beach, Resulting in the Death of One Jockey ami the Injury ol Several Otlieri. New Yokk, Sept. 2. The track was in good condition at Brighton Boach to day, and there was more than an attend ance, but tho pleasures of the day were completely marrod by a chapter of ter rible accidents, by which one of tho most prominent young jockoys, Moran, was instantly killed and several other riders narrowly oscaped with their liyes. Tho secoml raoo was started with throe horses, although twenty-two own ors had sont in an application to have their horses withdrawn, as the number was too great and track too narrow to give the animals a chance to win, and, as was stated, thoy wore afraid of an ac cident; Caldwell got tho horses off in bunches, and of courso they raised an immense cloud of dust, in which those out of the front rank could not seo where thoy were riding to. At the half-mile post Moran, who was riding Miss Daily, as well as could bo soon with tho dust was on the outside in third placo, Joo Xiowoll a little in front, and was closely followed by Garrison on Blizzard and Lane on Bonn o Loo, was soon to suddenly vkch high into Iho air, and was quickly followed by the othor two falling also. Moran's nieck was brokon, and death was almost in stantaneous. Tho othor riders, Garri son and Lane, aro all right, In the third race another accident oc curred which, in one caso, may prove fatal. Kivcrs, wlio was riding Wonder mont, and Williams, on Cardinal Mc Closkey, wore thrown as they entered the homo stretch, and Ilivers was Carried homo unconscious and unablo to move. Williams escaped with a fow bruises. First race, 2-year-olds, live-eighths of a mile, Bessie B won, Saluda second, llock and Ryo third. Time, 1:02. Soiling race, three-quarters of a mile, Navarra won by' three lengths, Gartield second, Joo Howoll third. Timo, 1:17- All ages, ouo mile, Barnuni won easi ly, Panka soooud, Viudox third. Timo, 1;4C. . Chinamen Mobbed by Miners. Cueyenne, Wyo, Sept 2. The. Leader has tho following special from lioek Springs, Wyo : Tho largest coal mines in tho entire Union Pacitic sys tem, at Kock Springs, 20C miles west of the Cheyenne Company, recently im ported a largo number of Chinese to take the placo of while miners. About tiftoen men. strongly organized and armed with shot guns, marched to China Town. After liriug a volley in tho air they reloaded and ordered tho Chinamen to leave. Tho order' was obeyed at onco. the Chinamen ' fleeing to the bills like a drove of sheep, close ly followed by tho miners, who lired several volleys at tho fugitives with fatal effect. The Chinese quarters were then set on liro, and thirty-nine houses, owned by tho company, wore lost, with their contents. Tho miners next visited tho various minos in tho camp, unearthed all Chinamen at work therein and bid them lio. for thoir lives. Of 400 Chinamen hero this morn ing not ouo remain. All aro in t he ad jacent hills, heading for Greou ltivor, fourteen miles wost. Seven wero killed outright by shots lired by the miners and many wero wounded. It is said several feeble and helpless from dis ease perished in the llamos. Shoritl' Young arrived from Green lliver on a special train this evening with a posse of deputies, but too lato to prevent the mob from carrying out their plan. Tho minors quietly dispersed after mak ing sure of tho departure of tho Celes tials, and all is quiet now. Two ( hliiainen Killed. Denvgu, Sept. 2. Tho Nows' spocial (rom Fairplay, Colo., says: There has boon bad blood bctwoen somo China men who aro placer mining hero, which resulted in tho killing of two, King Kin and Daro Lam, and the wounding of a third today. Thoy are very reticent about tho matter, and havo evidently made up thoir story. Thoy claim that the fight was only botwoen the two that wero killed, but do not explain how tho third got hurt. As near as can bo as certained, Lam stabbed King Km, who in turn shot and killed him. Yeatcrday'i Base Bull. AT CniCAGO. Chicago 12 I Buffalo 0 AT TlilLADKLl'IJIA. Athlotics 18 I Baltimore 3 AT ST. LOUIS. Detroit 2 I St. Louis 1 AT NEW YOIJK. Metropolitans.., C Brooklyn 3 AT BOSTON. Boston 4 I Providence 3 AT riTTSBUUO. Pittsburg 0 Cincinnati G . Maxwell's Case Continued. St. Louis, Sept. 2. Walter II. Len nox Maxwoll, tho prosumod murderer of C. Ár'.hur Proller, was arraigned in court today on a preliminary examina tion, bul tho caso was continued to the 0th iust. at tho request of his counsel, who was not ready. U u ruing ol Large. Workt. . London, Sdpt. 2. A tiro in Barrow, in DodfurnorS. today, destroyed tho works of the Barrow Snop Building Company, causing a loss of $1,000,000 and throwing 3,000 men out of employ WRECK OF A STEAMER. i . The HanoTPrian, While on a Trip ' t . From ItALTIMOBE TO HALIFAX, Is Kim Fast Acround Near SI. ' Johns. FnUe S Wring, the Compasa In Error or False Soundings Alleged as llie fame The Ves sel anil Cargo a Complete 1 ass-Passengers nud Crew avedl(er Hall Split From Stem to Stern Other Steamers and Tng fijte Gone to Her Assistance -The Anron Brenks Down. St. Johns, N. F., Sept. 2. The Allen Line mail steamer llaiiovcrin is a total loss,, having gonq ashore this morning at Portugal Cave, fourteen miles northwest of Cape Race. Tho stoamor Nimrod was dispatched this afternoon to rescue' the passengers and crew, who are thought to be safe.'; The. wa' ship Tendos is also going to the scene of tho wreck. Tho Hano verian is m iron screw steamer of 4,253 tons register, built at Glasgow in 1Í&2. Sho left Baltimore August 21, under command of Captain Thompson, for Liverpool,'by way of Halifax and St. Johns. , Latkr.A galo of wind and a denso fog prevented tho steamer Nimrod from going to tho acone of tho wrock. Tho Hanoverian left Halifax at noon on Monday with sayonty-iive passengers and her normal crew. She experienced fino weather until noaring St. Pierre Isl and, where an" impenetrable fog Was encountered, and by false steering, an error of toe compass or neglect of soundings, tho steamer was driven at high spued into Portugal Cave, soyeu miles east of Trcpassoy, whore she now lies a total wreck. Sho passed overa number of hidden rocks which ripped her bottom almost tho wholo length. The main hold filled with water, and it is not probable that the cargo caii bo saved. The passeugors are suppósed to bo now cn route to Trepnssey, whero thoy can receive accommodations and comfort. 'Iho war nhip Tendos Mias reached them to convey them to I St. Johns, ütjjer steamers will follow to render assistance. A New Yrk steamier of the Ket Cross line has beeu signs lied from Capi Ilaao to proceed lo the sJieno of tho disitdter. Tugs, also, havo ueou dispatched to Iho rescue. Curyo nf the Hanoverian. Baltimokk, Sept.- 2. The Uau overian, 4,000 tons, sailed from this port on Iho 25l,h ult. with twenty-seven cabin, nine intermediate and 145 steer age passengers. Of the cabin passen gers nineteen were for Halifax, and two, K. Powell Dunn, of Richmond, and Mr. Corbott, of Liverpool, for Liver pool. The cargo cf the Hanoverian was 74,443 bushels grain, 125 barrels flour, 1,550 sacks flour, 95 hogsheads tobacco, 90 tierces tobacco, 400 pounds pork, 400 sacks oil cake, 2,000 barrels rosin, 250 bags bark and 4,000 cases canned boef. Tho crow consisted of livo oflicors and about eighty men. i Towed Into Port. Victoria, B. C, Sept. 2. Tho Alaska steamer Ancon, with a large number of tourists, eight days overdue, broke down 270 miles north of Nanimo, August. 25, and was lowed into a safe harbur by small boats. Tho passengers and crow are all safe, and hayo plenty of provisions aboard. A tug was left to tow the vessel here. New Reservoir Opened. St. Paul, Sept. 2.- Owing to the low water and threatened closo of naviga tion on tho Mississippi river above Winona, the gato of tho government dam at the Winnoliago ship reservoir was raised yesterday, ami a rise of live feet of water is reported at Bralnord and is expected hero tomorrow, sojving tho navigation problem foe iho prusont,. It will bo tho first tost of the reservoir system. Tho River Convention dele gates are much interested in tho results. Fever Appears in Michigan. Detiioit, Sept. 2. -Fifteen or poro cases of Texas fever are reportod among domestic milch cows pear tho Michigan Central stock yards, several of which have boon fatal. The State Livo fetock Sanitary Commissioners hayo boon no tified, and have called a meeting to adopt precautionary measures against tho spread of the disease. BeJ.den & Wilson, THE FANCY GROCERS OF LAS VEGAS. Bridge street, next door to postollice. Goodi Delivered Free U any part of the city FIRST NATIONAL BANK OJP X..OJ3 VEGAS: (Htiwossnr to KftynoMR Tiro.) AUTHORIZED CAPITAL - - - 1500 OOO CAPITAL PAID IN - - 100.000 SUKI'LUS AND PROFITS - - . . 40,000 Transacts a General Hanking Ilnsincss. OFFICKRS: J. UAYNOt.ns, President. .?. 8. KAY NOI.D.8, nuthk-r. DIHKCTOHS: CHAKLKS HLANCHAIU), O. J. .1. 8. UAYNOLD8, CITDepository of the Atchison. HILARIO HOMKItO. H. ROMERO & BRO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods, Motions, Clothing, 'Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Carpets and Curtains. GROCERIES, COUNTRY PRODUCE LASVKGAS, (Northeast Cor. of Plaza) NEW MEXICO. . MONEY TO LOAN ON AITROVLD REAL ESTATE SECURITY, liv THE ' Scottish Mortgage and Land Investment Company Authorized Capital. $1,000,000. ; Issiied.SOO.OOO. . MAKE APPLICATION TO 1 GEORGE J. D1NKEL, Manager, Wm. Buebden, Las Vegas, N. M. (Solicitor. . CALVIN FISK, MEAIa estate i Money to loan on easy terms. Desirable resi dences, business property, ranches and cattle lor sale on tUe installment plan, and choice business and res idence buildings Tor rent on reasonable monthly or yearly terms. OFFICE :' BRIDGE STREET, NEAR POSTOFFICE. BROWNE & LAS VEOAS AND BUSINESS F.STABL.IS1IKD, Jobhars of and Wholesale Dealers in GROCERIES! RANCH SUPPLIES Outfitting Goods, Mining Implements and Materials. G L HIIBi É HAY. 111 Blasting Powder, High Explosives, Fuse, Etc. The Best Market iin the Territory for WOOL, HIDES, PELTS. Will at all Times Compete with Eastern Prices DlILY BULLETIN: LAS V1ÍGAS, AUG. 21). Mowers and Rearers, Sulky Rakes, Plow? Cultivators ana Garden Tools, Bain Wagons, and Other Seasonable Implements tor Ranches and Mines. Two Cars Choice Kansas Potatoes. Window Glass, Rice, Nails, New Canned Goods Arriving Bacop. Hams, Linseed Oil and Turpentine Arrived. Lato Arrivals : One Car Load Dr. Price's Celebrated Baking Powders and Ex tracts. t Native Apnles. New Tea, fine assortment. New Potatoes, -ery fino. To Arrive from East and West in Car Lots : Rio and Choice Costa Rica Coffee. Just Received: One Car Coííee. Bradley Hay Rakes. Blackwell's Durham Tobacco. Fairbanks' SoaD. One Car Kirk's Soap. One Car Cheap Flrur. One Car Gfiddon Barb Wire, Plain Wire and Eal' , , . a 'i One Car Cheap Barb Wire. OFFICF.KH O. J. DINKKL, Vle.o Irrsllent. .1. S. 1'IaHON, AnBlHtntil Cashier. DIHHCTOUH DINKKL, .1. 8. I'lSIION. .TKFFF.RSON ItAYNoLDs! Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad. BKNIONO KOMKKO. AG-EN T SOCORRO, N. M. 1858. INGOUPOllATND, 1885. i \n\n MANZANARES CO.