Newspaper Page Text
BROWKE k MANZANARES CO. i
LAS VEGAS. Ní MÍ, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1885.
v ax n r lili
A, A, and J. H. WISE,
Three uro no ilcniitib n-Mili'iice house for
ri'iil in I ni. Wlivr Hi'faiiso In tho lust
Í.-W iii..nlh-lnurriilin I.iIh Ini-rfBHi-il Ihu JK.-
ulHtiiMi irnn-wiuwi'iiy to uin h mi txttiit
lli.il home litMliliiitr hiiH mil, in fact t etmlil
lint, kri-p iipiuv Willi 1 ili-niiiml. In view ot
thH fuel, we have H.-fiir-t n Uric iniinU r ol
liuililinir lots, very losir.il. I.', whir.li we will
Hi lM'll K I Ki HÍ t'Asll niul on tho INKIALU
JilRNT 1LAN. v liiivo uIho n few very ilo-ninil.li-
KRSIllKNfT? UorSKjf FOR SAT.K (HEAP.
CliMHK' tire f.ontHiilly l.fintr mtule tiy occu
pant h in r.'M.lt'iH'cfl, iniil IhoHK .li-siriiiK to rent
ni... ni, l ;lii. o their mimes on our lint.
MONEY TO LOAN.
COR. GTH & DOUGLAS AVE.
L ROSENTHAL &
vrf; AUK OPENING
FlannelSi 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
Mismos' "Wraps, Cloaks, Dol
326 RAILROAD AVENUE,
EAST LA 8 VEGAS.
JOHN BINGLE, Prop.
Finest wines, liquors iind clears always In
Mock. riiHt-clasn Rhort order restaurant.
Everything- the intirket adonis at reasonable
pritea. Ueiiular ilinners each iluv, 'Hi cents.
(Ilium dinner every Sunday lasting from one
to lour o'clock. Drop ill and Been lis.
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
IS. B. lioi ilen.
J. K. SIn.it i ii ,
B. B. BORDEN & CO.
All work dono with Ninrness and Dispatch.
8nt iRliictlon Guaranteed.
VI lint, flpi'cütHilioiwimrt Kst inultos Furninhed.
Shop and otliec on Main St , South of datliolic
Oim-lery, Kasl l as Vegas, N. M. Telephone
In conueeiiou with shop.
MAKCELLINO & CO.,
Sol.) on Small Monthly Payments.
Sei-imtl-hiinil plnius bouirlil, Bold and taken
in exi lian;.'.
(Ilridure Stro.'t and 1'lfmi.)
LAS YEOAS, - NEW MEXICO
LIVE REAL ESTATE
Bonds, Territorial and County
scrip ana w arrants
Bought and Sold.
Notary Vublie and Conveyancer.
312 RAILROAD AVE.,
I. A a vi:oas
in hand to loan or all kind of property.
Note da muled. ' line of loans, mm month
to throe year Inv .Miiieui carefully unido.
Tuxes p:i Untillcs lilutiUKed.
Jliic.it Heat m. :l i;allinif for lon.OnO acres
of laud, with order for location, on any unoo
copied lauds in tho Territory ol New Mexico,
In nno body. Will ho gold at a fair price,
l.mtn.ni! lacres of Urtint property for sale at
from no wilt to $3 per aero. r Ir.st-clims cattlo
tutitrcs, emliraciiiK thu Jlucst, hunt ranges in
Write for desei pilón or come and soo.
If you want to buy property for eanh or in
Btiillment plan, call ou
J. J. FITZG-ERRELL
81 2 Railroad Avenue.
GMUB TO NliW MKJLI'.'U FliBJS TO ALL.
Instead of Having Horn Exaggerated,
AS IS USUALLY THE CASE
Places Where Riots Have
It Srenu that the Reperu Sent Out Yeiterday
Were Mengre in Compariaon With the
Real Mate of Affair II nndredi of f hi
ll ame u in the Mountain in a Starving
( oiulilioii, Afraid to Go in Search of Food
The Attack o Preconcerted Affair.
Cheyenne, Wy. T., Sopt, P. Tho
nows front ltoek Springs, recoived this
toronoon, indicate a worse state of af
fairs than roportod last night. Every
Cinnamon, over 50(1 in nnmbor.has been
driven out of town, Fifteen dead Chii
ñamen hayo beon thus far discovered.
As many more (load bodies are proba
bly m the ruins. Fifty houses belong
ing lo the railroad company, and lifty
ruoro owned by Chinamen, were
burned. Tho Chinamen are yet in the
hills west of town without food and
afraid to go to Green lliver City, dis
tant about ton miles. Govornor Warren
ia now at ltock Springs, with General
Superintendent Dickinson and Superin
tendent Wurtello, of tho Western
Division ot the Union Pacilio Railroad.
No more disturbance is anticipated.
Food will be sent to tho starving China
men in the hills by the authorities.
Lateb. The worst has evidently not
boon told regarding the snti-Chinese
riots in the western part of Wyoming.
According to advices from Evanston,
where tho second largest coal mining
camp of the Union Pacific Railway is
located, tho movement is a preconcerted
one. It had been arranged that the
lirst attack on the Chinese was to be
made in Carbon, a mining town about
150 miles east of Rock Springs, to be
followed by like movements in the lat
ter place and Evanston, The Rock
Springs miners, however, took the in
itiative, and the result there has boon
announced. The mob at' that place
looted tno nouses of tno
sotting firo to them.
. 6, whoro three
commenced in mine No
Chinese miners were
killed. Then tho riot commoncod all
over town. Even women Joined with
loaded shotguns in their hands. Suner-
intondent Evans, of the-coal mines.
was warnod to leave town, and he did
so with alacrity, passing through hero
today en route for Umaha. Nothing
can be hoard from Carbon. The oper
ator there is eyidontly afraid to send
news from Evanston. Tho Sheriff of
Uimta County telegraphed this eyoning
to Governor Warren as fol.ows: "A
largo numbor of citizens, with myself,
are satisfied that the outrages com
mitted at Rock Springs will be re
pouted hero, and aro liable to break
out at any time. Wo need troops to
protect the lives and property ot our
Governor Warron is at Green River,
but he has toleeraphed to tho com
manding ollicers at Foits Frod Steele
and 1). A. Russell, and troops aro or
dered to hold themselves in readiness
to ruovo at a momonl's notice.
Characterized ait a Mani rc.
San Fkancisco, Sopt. 3. Colonel
15oo, Chinese Consul, received the fol
lowing dispatch from Evanston, Wyom
ing, today relative to the massacre of
Chinese at Rock Springs yesterday:
1 lie number ot Chinese killed outright
waseleven. lhere are a larco number
of wounded still in the hills.' manv of
whom will probably die. Tho Chinosn
daro not go out in search of them, arid
tüe dispatch concludes by stating thafit
was coming put a massacre of defense
Thirty Families Rendered Honieleas, '
Albany, N, Y., Sopt. 3.-8:45 p. m,
A large lire is raging hero. '1 hirtj
buildings, mostly frame, are in llamos.
Tho loss will probably reach $50,000. !
Later. All tho buildings on tho
block bounded by South l'earl, Broad
anil Aloxander streets and Fourth avt
nuo wore burned except throe brick
onus on l'earl street. Tho wall of one
of the buildings fell at 3:45, and thú
hronien narrowly escapod being burial
beneath it. tireninn troindouham. of
truck No. 1, was badly .burned about
tno head, iwenty-flve to thirty tami
lies are burned out of their homes. At
A Iwt IT., c . . '
t p. Ill, tilo iliu IIUUUl UUI1UU1.
DUeaard llogi in Chicago. '
LIUCAOO, bopt. 3. A statement is
published hero that twonty-ono cholorn
strickou hogs woro cut down and coi'
domncd at tho stock vardslast iiip-l.
and that on Tuesday last forty othofs
woro condemned in tho sanio way,
making sixty in two days. The liojs
nan uoen smppou to tno city in a dis
HI T . " i
.Tirs. ..urrrii r.Qlirriiicua
London, Sept. 3. Mr. Stead, ediir
ol the l'all . Mall Gnzotte, telograpls
from Switzerland that he alone ia rr,
sponsiiiio in tho Eliza Armstrong case.
that Mrs. Jarrott was an unwilling
agent, anmnai no win return to Iq
uou ntonco and answor for himself.
Cleveland Soon Return.
Prospect House, Adirondac
Sopt. 3. President Llovoland returned
horela8t night.; It is expected ho wil
remain untU Saturday morninc. whin
no win luavu or jxiuaaj ana wtwolnt'.
t,-.,! cid PUtdhiirnr - T
. . I
llelensed From Falie Imprl.onment. r
Paris, Sept. 2 An American nanl
Link was arrested here about a mouth
ago on a charge of trying to soli woHb
losa Mexican lands, ami vvaa scutto
prison. The prison ofliciali ill-treated
him with a view of forcing him to make
a confession, and would not allow him
to see his wife, although he proved bis
innocence. He was retained a whole
month, and has just been released at the
instance of Mr. McLain Unitod States
THE DEADLY SCOl'RGE.
The Disrate Canted by Reeking Filth-Coninl-Oeneral
Washington. Sept. 3 ThoSocrotary
of State has received a detailed report
from Consul Mason in regard to cholera
at Marseilles. . He comments on tho
false policy of the authorities in endeav
oring to suppress tho. truth as to tho
existenco of the disease, and speaks of
the sensation caused by the rudo
awakening on tho 14th ult., when the
community was shocked by the an
nouncement that an epidemic pre.
Tailed in their midst. Ho says, further,
that thon the city realized that it was
in the First stage of an epidemic of real
Asiatic cholera which liad not beon im
ported from Spain or elsewhere The
most elementary principles of sanitary
Cleanliness are unknown in Mar
seilles. The gutters of the streets flow
with tilth, and tho canals and sewers
are infected. On the eastern sido of
the old port is one building which con
tains 7'J0 inhabitants, whoso excre
ments are thrown into tho recesses of
the stairways. Behind the Marie
is a school for young girls.
which is poisoned by exhalations
from the vaults of neighboring closets,
and aired only by windows opening
upon a dark, closed court, which is a
veritable sink. From the 1st to the 19th
of August there woro 721 deaths, or an
average of thirty-eight per day. The
disease nas also appeared seriously in.
the suburbs of the city. The malady
has been in a relatively more fatal form
than last year to sailors of vessols in
port, and has boon particularly serious
with seamen from England andScanda
navia. The disoase manifests its char
acteristic proferenco for tho disipated,
the insano and the unclean. At the
present situation the record of tho past
secondary epidemics indicate that the
scourge nas perhaps reached its
maximum of fatality, and will gradual
ly subside to a finish in October or No
Coney Island Races.
New York, Sopt, 3. Tho attendance
at tho meeting of tho Coney Island
Jockey Club was very largo. Tho track
was in splendid condition. Tho feature
of the day'fl rucing was tho w inning of
the September stakes by tho Western
visitor, Hidalgo, aftor a splendid fin
ish with Wanda, of tho Raneóos sta
bles, whom, after a most exciting raco,
he downed by a nock. Tyraul, how
ever, of the sanio stable, in tho first
race, was a bad disappointment to his
numerous fnonds, who backed him
heayily as tho winner.
J; irst race, all ages, previous wiuuers
to carry extra weight, seveii-eiirhths of
a nulo, Avalou won, Tornado second.
Gleaner third. Time, 1:2!).
Throe-year-olds and upwards, seven
pounds allowed gentlemen riders, win
ning penalties, ono mile, Elmondorf
won, Sam Brown second, Rica third.
Ihroe-year olds and upwards, handi
cap sweepstukos, ono and threu-oights
miles, Dutch Roller won, Albia second.
Miss Brewster third. Time, 2:25.
September stakes, a sweepstake for
3-year-olds, $100 each, with $1,500
added, $;il)0 to second, winning penal
ties, one and three-quarter miles, start
ers, East Lynne. Long iew, Favor,
Richmond, San Augustiue, Katrine,
wamia, utuaigo. in the stretch a
splendid race took place between
Wanda and Hidalco, tho Californian
beating Wanda by a neck, she being
t hree-fourths of a length ahead of Long
view, who was ihirrt. lvatrlno was
badly cut down and limped in. It is
said she is irreparably ruined. Time,
Vesterday's Base Ball.
Chicago 10 I Buffalo 4
Athletics 5 I Baltimore 4
Cincinnati C Pittsburg 5
AT ST. LOUIS.
St. Louis 4 1 Louisville 0
AT NEW YORK.
Metropolitans... 14 Brooklyn 5
Detroit 5 1 St. Loins 2
AT NEW YORK.
Now York 18 1 Philadelphia .... 3
Boston 11 I Providonco 1
Burning of n Freight Depot.
Cincinnati, Sept. 3. About dusk
this evening tho cntiro lire department
of the city was called to the corner of
Sixth and Hoadly streets, whoro a firo
had gained much headway in tho freight
depot of the Cincinnati, Hamilton &
Dayton Railroad. Tho building extends
from Fifth to Sixth streets, a distance
of 500 foot. The lower floor is occupied
as a freight depot by tho railroad com
pany, vihile tho upper stories aro usod
by tho Cincinnati Malting and Ware
houso Company, J. R. McGruo & Co.
proprietors. An immense quantity of
grain was destroyed. Tho froight on
hand was also badly damaged, A
rough estimate placoa tho losses at over
IjAter. ine loss win not oxcúod
$225,000; insurance, $140,000. '
Declines a Reiiomiaation.
CoLOicüá, Ohio, Sept. 3. Judgo G
Mcllvaine, of the Supremo Court, and
candidate on Die Republican tioket for
rS'ílí'it'.OD, has sent .ñis declination to
the committee on account of ill health
since the nomination. A meeting has
beon called tor September 0 to fill tho
CLOSE ON THEIR HEELS.
The Detectives Who Are Search
ing for the
CHICAGO & ALTON R0BBEKS
Hare at Last Caught on to
Which May lend to the Capture of the Entire
nang"-A Park of Bloodhonuds Aiding in
the.eirch The Railroad Company Offer
á Reward of One Tliouaiuid Hollars for the
Captare of Each Robber.
' Kansas City, Sept. 3. Tho special
train Bent out from here to the sccno of
tho robbery last night on tho Chicago
& Alton road near Bino Springs left
shortly botoro 1 o'clock this morning.
Arriving on tho ground, horses y re
socurod and tho officers startod on tho
track of the robbers. Bloodhounds havo
been secured to aid in the search. At
noon, tbe timo of tho latest report, nono
of the robbers had yot boon captured.
Governor Marmaduke, who is in this
city, has wrilton a letter in reply to one
from Mr. Bates, Superintendent of
Transportation of tho Chicago & Alton
Kailroad, asking his co-operation in the
apprehension ot tho perpetrators of the
Blue Springs robbery last night. The
govornor writes that he will join heart
ly in the effort to remove this stierma
from tho good name of tho Stato of
Missouri.. The last vestige of those
crimes, he says, must and shall bo
peedily stamped out, and ho relies
upon the prompt support of tho people
throughout the State. He will issue, a
proclamation from Jefferson City Ur-
morrow ollorice a reward of $1.000
each for the arrest and conviction of
tho robbers, and calls upon all officers
of tho law to use their eflorts in bring
ing, the offenders to justice.
later 1 he majority of the pursuing
party that went from here returned this
afternoon after a fruitless search. The
railroad company hasoffored a reward
of $1,000 for oach of tho robbers.
Still Later. The robbers, who
wore mounted, havo boon tracked to
Adams station, a point on tho Missouri
Pacific road, tbirtoen miles east of this
city. Tno company's detectives, who
woro at Blue bin mas, havo been or
dered to tako up the trail from that
Marine ( uilcii Appoinicd.
Washington, Sept. 3. Tho exami
nation of candidates for appointment
as cadets in the Revenue Marino sor-
vico has boon concluded, rourteen
candidates passed, but, as there aro
only seven vacancies to be filled, it
was decided to appoint tho ones who
attained the highest aveiages in tho
Tho names of tlio successful candi-
dates ate Johu B. Had. of Virginia;
Stanley M. Latidro.y, of Indiana: "Pres
ton II. Ubi-riillt, of Pennsylvania: Ells
worth P. Bertholf, of Now York: Gor.
Ion II. Wilcox, of Peunsvlvuuia: Rich
ard O. Crisp, of Maryland, and William
D. E, Jacobs, of Maryland. ;
Au Italian Killed. j
Baltimore, Sept. 3. Today a parly
of Italians entered the drinking saloon
of W altor Welch, in tho Western Sec
tion, and passing into a rear room, acted
in a disorderly manner. Welch ordered
ihem out and drove them from his
premises at tho point of a revolver.
Shortly atterwards live of them re
turned, a part entering through the
front door and the others by the rear.
rhey were armed with dasiiors. and
made a break for Welch wiiu murder
ous intent. Welch had his pistol at.
hand, and. raising it,1 fired at the fore
most one, I' rank D. Antonio, who fell
dead. The others then rau off.
Maud S's Failure, .
Providence. Sept.. 3. Maud S
made an unsuccessful trial to lower tho
record hero today. A brisk wind blow
upon uio nomesireicn. j no air was
crisp and chilly- John Murphy drove
a runner along to torco her pace. First
quarter 33 s., half. 1:13J. fastest half
mile on record in trotting. Tho queen
fairly lluw over the course. She
left her foot, however, after passing the
polo, but quickly steadied, passing tho
three-quarter polo in 1:40. Muipliv
prossed closely upon Bair's sulky on tho
last quarter, but tho mnro failed to re
spond, and finished the circuit in 2:13
Firemen Seriously Injured.
New York, Sept. 3. Fire broko
out . at midnight in a tenement
house on West Nineteenth street, con
taining nine families. All wore rescued
though thero woro a number of thrilling
escapes, jmvo firemen were hurt by tin
breaking of a ladder, and one or two of
those may dio.
Killed While Shooting Grouse.
London, Sopt. 3. Lieutenant-Gen
oral John 11. Mollyillo Babbington, of
tho British army, was killed today
while shooting grouse in tho County of
Dumfries, Scotland, by the accidental
discharge of his gun.
Crops Damaged by Fronts,
St, Paul, Sept. 3. Specials today
from yanous points show considerable
damago by frost last night. In the
Vicinity of Moorboad and -Wilmar tho
corn crop is said to bo entirely ruined
BeJjden & Wilson,
THE FANCY GROCERS
OF LAS VEGAS.
Bridge Street, next door to postoflice.
Goods Delivered free t any part 1 1 Uto city
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
(Successor to Kaynolds Bros.)
CAPITAL PAID IN - - -
SUUPLUS AND 1'KUriTS -
Transacts a General Hanking lhisiness.
3. RAYNOIM'N, President.
,1. 8. RAIMOLOS, Cannier.
CIIARLK.S HLANC1IARI, U. J.
.1. 8. RAVNOLIJS, .
Depository of the Atchison,
H. ROMERO & BRO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing,
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Carpets and Curtains,
GROCERIES, COUNTRY "pRO DUCE
LASVftGAS, (Northeast Cbr. of Plaza) NEW MEXICO-
MONEY TO LOAN OS APrROVF.D REAL ESTATE SECURITY,
Scottish Mortgage and Land Investment Company
QP liTEW MEXICO, XjIUVCITJE! JJ.
Authorized Capital, $1,000,000. Issued, $500,000.
MAKE APPLICATION TO
IN SUE ANOE AG-EN T
Money to loan on easy terms. Desirable resi
dences, business property, ranches and cattle for sale
on the installment plan, and choice business and res
idence buildings lor rent on reasonable monthly or
OFFICE : BRIDGE STREET, REAR POSTOFFICE.
LAS VE3AS AND
UUSINESS ESTABLISHED, 18
Jobbers of and Wholesale Dealers in
Outfitting Goods, Mining
1, G1IFE1 É MI
Blasting Powder, High Explosives, Fuse, Etc.
The Bost Market iin the Territory for
WOOL, HIDES, PELTS.
Will at all Times Compete with Eastern Prices
LAS VIXJAS, AUU. 2.
Mowers and Reaners, Suiky Rakes, Plow? Cultivators ana
Garden Tools. Bain Wagons, and Other Seasonable Implements tor
Ranches and Mines.
Two CaTs Choice Kansas Potatoes.
Window G-lass, 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 Extracts-
New Tea, fine assortment.
New Potatoes, ery fine.
To Arrive from East and West in Car Lots :
Rio and Choice Costa Rica Coffee.
One Car Coff ae.
Bradley Hay Rakes. m
Blackwell's Durham Tobacco,
One Car Kirk's Soap.
One Car Cheap Flrur.
One Car GdddonBaTb Wire, Plain Wire and Ea.4. 1-4
One Car Cheap Barb Wire.
G. J. DINK KL, Vice Prf-nldent
.1. S. riMllON, Assistant Cashier!
.1. 8. I'lSHON.
JKFl'ERNON UAVNl .1,1.8
Santa Fe Railroad.
GEORGE J. DIMKEL, Manager,
Lai Vegas, N. M.
SOCORRO, N. M.
s: INCORPORATED, 1885.
Implements and Materials.