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LAS VEGAS. N. MM SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1885. NO. 59- SPECIAL ARGÜIS -IN- REAL ESTATE, -l'.Y- A. A. and J, H. WISE, There Hre no lonimblo rislileneo house for n iil In l.ns cms. v nvv uivanHi in the mm f.-.w iiiiiiiIIih tiiilimilion lins Inon-iisi-il the pup iil:iLi in ut.iw Itttr city In Hiii h itn -xlriil llnii hiiiinr- liuililinir hit licit, in I ail , otmlil ihiL k-i-i iiniiic wilb Hit; ili-niaiiil. In view of thin tart, vi- linvc hm iuimI h liuyf iuiihImt of luí 1 1 1 1 ii r ims, vrry iirsiriuii", wuu-ii wn win (IM'HUAl' Klíltl'AMI Hllil un lili' INKTAI.I,. MUST 1'IjAN. v hiivo aim) a row very lo- H 1 1 III I If KKSIHKNCF, HOI'HI'S FOtt BALK CIIRAV. C'hHiiiroR urn nonfltiintlv liolnc niftdf I y open- antft in ivniili-iirfl, ttml I hone ili'HiriiiK tu rent lumia plucc tlii'lr niiiiics on our nm. MONEY TO LOAN COR. GTH & DOUGLAS AVE. LAS VF.UAS. NOTARY PUBLIC. -AT- i RnmiTum jp. I Li I1UÜL1I I U OUU NEW FALL GOODS ARE ARRIVING. WÉ ARE OPENING! THIS WEEK 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 Misses1 Wraps, Cloaks, Dol mans. Etc. 326 RAILROAD AVENUE, EAST LAS VEGAS. I THE SNUG" T! JOHN BINGLE, Prop. Finest wines, liquors and cigars always In Mock. J' irst-oliiH Bhort order rosliiurant. KvcrythiiiK tho markot ull'ords at ronionitlilu lirk.cn. Hoifular dinners eanh duv, H!i cents, (lime dinuor every Sunday liistiiifr lroiu one to tour o'clock. Drop in and Been us. LAS VEííAS, NEW MFA'ICO. H. 15. liorden. .1. K. Martin, Wiillnco Ilcs.iclden. B.B. BORDEN & CO. AID BUILDER. AW work done with Nratnuss and liispatch. Siitmliii-tion Ounruntocd. Finns, Rpi'ciil(':il ioiisiind KHtlnnitos Furnished. Shop and nlliee on Miiin St , South of Ciitlinlic t'oini'lery, Kii.-'t I M Ve as, H. M. Telephone! ill tioniieuliiiH with shop. MARCELLINO & CO, HfPIANOS ANO jj'lMiuiwwVra ORGANS Hold on Snmll Monthly i'njmc-nt. Po' iiiid-liuiiil plains I mu vht, sold mu) t ttki-u In -xcliuiuru. (Uridu-o Street and Plivii.) LASVIXIAS, - NIÍW MEXICO. J. J.FITZGERRELL -THE- LIVE REAL ESTATE FINANCIAL AXJENT FOR CAPITALISTS. Bonds. Territorial and County Scrip and Warrants Bought and Sold. Notary Public and Conveyancer. HZ RAILROAD AVE., T.ilS VílOA. - NEW MEXICO. S4,000 On hind to loan on all kinds of property. Notes d seountod. Timo of loans, oi.u niontb to Hirer vears Invi'btinuil'fi curefullv inailn. Thxi'B paid. Kslati'S Illumined. I rom i1' -m.-, wr1' iiDh-vjiiBa eubliu runden, embracing tb Jlncst, best ranges lu the l'errltory. Write for uesenpiions or romo ami see, ir vou want to buy property for ea-h or In etallinent plau, call ou J. J. FITZG-ERRELL 8 I 2 Railroad Avonue. OUUR TO NEW MKXnjO FltEK To ALL. m III Uncu rioni . a iRiniiir lor iuo.uikj acres of land, with order for location, on imy unoo iiiplcd lamia in lh TurrU'Ty of New toxico, In ono body. Will be ll al a fair price. UKKJ.ouO aero of tirant priority lor sale at .i. i .... ... .1 i.nr u..m. L lHu LATEST PARTICULARS From (lio Neone of Miners' 1 lie Ueeent MOT AT ROCK SriJIXOS IJeveals an Almost llnpreoe dented Ntat of Affair nt that I'larr-Tlir Town Cnniplelcly I vai iinlcil liy the ( liiin'ic Fxepptthr Drinl nuil W oniuli d A Terrible Seenr of Ir. talntion nml Hnin Wriuislit liy the In eriiKril Mlncrt llorrililr Slrneli Rilng From the Dcnil pud Partially Burned Iludir. Rock Springs, Wy. T., Sept. 4. YesttuUay, for tho first tituo in mari3' yoars, thoro was not a Chinaman in Kock Springs, except tho dead and wountlod. Tho 500 or 000 who woro at work in tho mines hero have boon driven out, and nothing but heaps of smoking ruins mark the spot whore China Town stood. Tho fooling against tho Chineso has been growing stronger all summer. Tho white men had been turned off the sections, and hundreds of white men wcro seeking in vain for work, while tho Chinese wore being shipped in by tho carload and given work, which strengthened tho feeling against them. It noodod but little to incito-this feeling into an active crusade against the Chi nese and precipitate tho battle of Wednesday, At No. 6 mine, about a mile north of town, through somo mis understanding two Chinamen took a room in tno mine belonging to two whito men. When tho white men canio they ordered thorn out. They would not go, and a fight ensued, which was participated in by n'oarly all whites arid Chinamen in ihe mines. Tho China men wore worsted in tho fight, and four of thorn were badly wounded, ono of wuoni lias since uicd. Tho white min ors then cumo out, armed themselves with lire-arms, and notified tho mon in tho othor mines to como out in the after noon. In tho meantime, all wasoxcite. ment in China Town. A flag was heistod as a warning, and tho Chineso workinc in tho diileront parts of tho camp ilod to meir quarters. Alter dinner tha su Iooub wero closed, and no Jiouors Jias boon sold sinco thou. Tho minors cath ered ou tho front street, about 100 strong, arruod with guns, revolvers. hatchets and knivos. and proceodod toward China Town, lioforo reaching there they sent a committoe warning tho Cinnamon to loavo in an hour. This they agreed tojdo, and started to pack up. But tho whito men grow impatient and advanced upon tho Chinese quar tors, shouting and firing their guns in tho air. Without oilering any resist ance tho Chínese Hod with whatovor they could snatch up to tho hllla about niuo east ot town, the miners firine- at them as they wont. Soon black snioko was seen rising from tho peak of a house in lions Kong, then from an other, and very soon eight or ten of tno largest of tho houses wero in llamos, llalf-ehoked with iiro and smoke, a number of Chinamen camo rushing from among the buildings with blank ets and bed-quilts over their hoads to protect themselves from strav rifle shots. They followed their retreatino- brothers into tho hills at tho ton of their peed. The laundry in tho town was next visited, and the offensive inmutos were shot dead. All omuloves of the coal department of tho railroad wero ortlered to leave town, which they did on tho evening train. During tho night all of tho Chineso houses in tho town, numbering nearly fifty, wero burned to tho ground. A number of Cliinanien. who werowilhin, tied from the burn ing buildings. ilie light of lhursdav morn i no-re vealed some torriblo sitrhts. In the looking collar of two Chitu !K0 lldllMOM the blackened bodies of six Cliinanien wero seen. J hreo others wero in the ollar of another, and four more hodios were found near by. From the nosition of some it, would seem as though Ihev lad begun to dig a hole in tho cellar to tide themselves, but tho firo overtook them, burning their extremities to a nspiiiKf leaving tho upuor norLion nf heir bodies unUnichod. At tho east end of China Town an. other body whs found charred by tho llames and mutilalod by hogs. Tho smoll that arose from tho smoking ruins was tornblv suirrcstivo of hum. ng flesh. Further oast woro tho bod ion of four moro Chinamen, shot down in their flight. A Coroner's jury was summnnml which, after examining tho bodien, re turned a verdict that olovon Chi noun iad boon burned to death and five shot y parties unknown to tho jury. a nnniuer woro found sor mnslv wounded, and how mauv more mnn still bo wounded out in the hills is un known. Largo numbers of Chi avo been pickod uo bv trains initio- West, and a quantity of provisions has been sont out for them. It is rumored tho Mormon miners in tho camp aro to bo ordered out, but no action in this direction has been taken. i no iiiiuuiM nuru aro eutiroiy unorgan ized in tho crusade, although a birirn number of them aro Knights of Labor. The moyo was not mado under thoir di rection, Tho miners have not been working sinco Wednesday, and busi ness is almost entirely suspended, Everything is quiot, however. , The Prr Idrnt Aikrd lor Troops. , I Chicago, Sept. 4.-A dispatch hak boon received from Governor Warren ai military headquarters in this cityyess torday, mentioning tho attack upon Chinamen at Rock Springs, stating his inability to suppress tho riot, and cabS irtg for troops. General Bchofield for warded tho call to Washington for the attention of tho President, and wirec Governor Warren that ho must ask the President for assistance, as tlio law pro liibited tho use of United States troops for such purpose without his order. At tho same time General Schofioid di rooted the soldiers at Fort Steele and Fort Bridger, two posts nearest Rock Springs, to bo in readiness to liiovo tho moment an order comes from Washing ton. If tho President had been thoro an answer could have been reeeiyed.in time to act yesterday, but no orders have yet como from tho President. Troopi Ordrrrd to Hie ftcrne. WASnmaroN, Sept. 4. Governor Warren, of Wyoming Territory, today telegraphed to tho President and Socio tary of ar at v ashington requesting tho assistanco of Federal troops in sup pressing tho disturbance at Rock Springs, Wy. T., caused by the massa cre of Chineso laborers by minors. A copy of tho telegram was forwarded to Soorotary Endicott, at his homo in Massachusetts. Adjutant-Goneral Drum has had a conferonco with Secre tary Bayard as to tho best course to pursuo in tho matter. It was decided, in view of the informalitv of tho call for troops, not to disturb tho President witn the question, but instead to issue orders for United States troops to pro coed to the scene of the disturbance for tho purpose of protecting the United States mails. Soldiers are to keen onon the route over which the mails are car ried and prevent any interference with them. Adjutant-General Drum there rore telegraphed General Schotiold at Chicago, ordering two companies to proceed immediately to tho scene ol tho disturbance for the pur poses indicated. It is expected the presence of troops will tend to prevent further trouble. Under the law the President can only rocognizo appeals for foderal assistanco when mado by tho Governor and Legislature of a State or Territory, or when-mado by tho Governor alone when the Loarisla- turo is not in session and cannot ho convened in time to moet tho emer gency. In the prosent case Governor Warren alone mado thoappoal, but neg lected to givo tho dosired information about tho Logislaturo. Chinamen Arming Themselves. Cheyenne, Wy, T., Sept. 4. Every thing is quiet at Carbon, Rock Springs and Eyauston today. Precautionary measures hayo boon taken by Govornor Warron, and tho railroad authorities will probably prevent further depreda tions. Tho Chiuanien driven out of lloek Springs are gradual. y hoiug picked up by trains iroimr W os, ami takon to Evanston, where tboro aro 1,000 Chinamen living. Tno latter are pre paring to defend themselves, and have purchasod all guns and ammunition in tho market. The peop'e of Wyoming generally insist that the guilty partios bo detected aud punished to tho full ox tent of the law. Prominent Merchant Absconds. LouiSVlLl-K, Ky., Sept. 4.-Josoph Ileim.shoc manufacturer and merchant, is missing. Suits wero filed against him today, charging that ho has left tho Stato to defraud his creditors, lie is tho Treasurer of both tho St. Charles liunovolont Society and St. Martin's Brotherhood, and wa a lendino- menis ber of several other German Rnoietms It is charged that ho has taken sevoral thousand dollars belonging to these or ganizations with him. Yesterday's Rase Hall. AT MILWAUKEE. Chicago 12 I Buffalo 4 Exhibition gamo. AT nilLADELPniA. Athletics 2 I Baltimore I AT NEW YORK. New York G Boston 3 AT riTTHMUKCt. Cincinnati 4 1 Pittsbunr 2 Caroline Islnndi Occupied., London, Sept. 4. Tho Spanish iron clad Oregon has lauded troons on Mm Pelow Inland, and the Spanish Admiral has been ordered to likewise oe.eiinv Yap Babel, Nap Poimpi and other islands of tlio Carohno irrouii. Tim Gorman oilieiais in those watoM hiivn been instructed not to interfere with the carrying out of tho Spanish Ad nmai's orders. Exonrrntoil From All Itlnme. San Fkancisco, Sept. 4. Tho reoort of John II. Freeman and James Hill man, United Statos Local Inspectors of Steam Vessols, upon tho loss of tho steamer City of Tokio, near Yokohoma, Japan.fully exonerated Captain Movrry, nor commander, and an tlio vessel's of ficers, from any blamo in connection with hor loss. Oppoird to SilYfr Coiuaac New Yokk, Sept. 4.-Socretary Man ning this aftornoon mot a nartv of bankers at tho treasury building. Tho bankers gathered assurances from thn interview with Secretary Manning that tho administration was a unit of desire to abolish tho silver coinage law at the next session of Congress, War Damagri Recovered. Washington, Sept.' 4. -The Second Comptroller of the Treasury has al lowed tho claims of Mrs. Catharine Lewis for rent and damages to property near Annapolis, Md.,used and occupied by troops under General Butler during tho civil war. ,. Boa. Race Fodpoaed. Manhattan Bhacii, Sept.. 4. Tho boat raco for f 1,500, which was to have taken placo nt 8hoeVhoad Bay today between llanlan, Ross and Loo, was postponed until Monday on account of tho roughness of tho water. CONTRARY TO THE LAW A Circular lias Ileen Submitted by tbo COMMISSlOXEIt OF PENSIONS To I be- Secret ary of tho Interior Department W hirh Hrti Item Sent Out by the Priinnylva ilia Krpnliliean State ( onimittrr Holli iling ('ontrilmlionii From flovrriimriit Km. iloyr (or fnnipnign rnrpoam The I r. gnlily 0( the Praercdinn Inmlioiirtl by the Anllioritlrs at Washington. Washington, Sept. 4.-.Tho Com missioner of Pensions has transmitted to tho Secretary of tho Interior tho fol lowing commtinicnion from the chief of tho mail division of that bureau: September 4, 1885. . J, Black, Commissioner: Sir: 1 have to report that thia office is probably in receipt of oyer 100 letters to Us employes postmarked "i'nila- delphia. September 8." I horowith submit a samle: U k AiKü a rt k ns Kkpublican Statu 1 Committer, Bt. ciiOim Hot ki., I'AHUJH C. S Chairman Thomas V. Cooper, Phila ¬ delphia, Sept 2. I Dictated!. Dear Sir: We desire an early subscription to tho State Commit tee, and as liberal as you can afford to make it. If the Republicans of Penn sylvania win a decisiyo victory this year, it will prevent any agitation or disavowed chango ot tho tariff by the incoming Congress, and pave the way for the overthrow of tha Democratic , Stato and National administrations. We proposo to push the work of the Stato Committoe with tho utmost vigor until election day. Ploaso send your pubscriplion as early as possible by chock, money order or call at head quarters. Yours vory truly, InoMAs T. V. CoorEH, Chairman. To J. Frank Miller, Pension Office, De partment luterior, Washington. A number of similar communications wero rooeived by employes of tbo land ollice. Acting Secretary Jonks has transmitted the circulars to tho Ciyii Service Commission for such action ns they may deem proper. It is main tained by the officers of the Interior De partment that tho Pennsylvania Stato Cumniittoo htivo.by directing tho letters pecihcally to employes to bo delivered by carriers in a government buildinsr. ! commiUe.1 a breach of Section 12 of Mm civil serrke act, which reads asfoi-j lows: "Seel ion 12. That no person shall, in any building o;eu led by ihe discharge f otliuiiil dm ios by any oflu-er or em-! love of the Untied Slates.-mentioned I n this act, or a iv navy vuid. fori or irsi n il, solicit in any manner whatever. r receive any contribution of munev or .ni y other thing of value for nnv polit ical purpose whatever." Section 1 of the smiviC act exnrnxslv ! forbids such solicitations by any porsous u mo service oí tno united States in any place, and it is ptobi'ble that an examination will bu mndo to ascertain whether any of tho members of the committee will como within tho scope of this section. Union Pacific StatMiient. Boston, Sept. 4. The Union Pacific Railroad Company's earnings for July from the whole system was 2,;04,)!)0, a decrease from July of last your of $70, 909; expenses, f 1.292,280, an increase of $1,573.99: surplus oarninirs. $10.- 127.59, a decrease of $2.283.08. For even months to July 81 tho gross earn tigs wero 185,290.20. an increase of $159.803; exponse. 1942,371. a decrease of $479,149; surplus eirnings, Í4.287,- 15, a decieaso of $313,315. Four Thousand Men On n Strike, Pittsuuko, Sept. 4. Tho strike in augurated yesterday by tho river coal miners for an ad vaneo oí half a cent per bushel in mining ralo is spreading rapidly, and it is estimated that 4,000 men are now idle. Tho strikers are greatly encouraged by tho success of tho movement, and claim that Monday next every mine in the Monongahela Valley will be closed down and 7.0(H) miners will bo out. Snnrcted Train Kutihcr Captured. Kansas City, Sept. 4. William Mul lano, a pickpocket, was arrested hero to night suspected of connection with tho Hluo Springs train robbery. Mullano says ho was on tho train, but as a pas senger, and came ou to this city. Two men hayo boon arrested at Lexington on another charge whom tho officers hero suspect of complicity in the rob bery. Swinburne for Governor. Albany, Sept. 4. Tho Republican genoral Committee tonight issued a call tor Assembly conventions and primar ies. A resolution ws adopted urging tho nomination of Dr. John Swinburne for Governor. Quarantine Raised. Toi'EKA, Kas., Sopt. 4. Govornor Martin has raised the quarantine against Missouri cattle, established last April, except as to tho countios of Cal loway, Boono, Audrian and Montgom ery. - Saab Factory Burned. Ü8HKOSH. Wis., Sept. 4. Fire in the sash and door factory of McMillan & Co., caused a loss of f 100,000: insur ance, 50,000. BeJden & Wilson, THE FANCY GROCERS OF LAS VEGAS. Bridge Streot, next door to poBtoUlee. Good! Delivered Freo te any part of the olty FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP VHGAS. (Suocwot to Kaynoldi Broil.) AUTHORIZED CAPITAL - - - 1500 OOO CAPITAL PAID IN - ft ... 100 OOO SUKILUS AN1 ritOPiTH - . . 40.00Í Transacts a lionera! JtanMnf llnshiess. OFFKJKKN: J. KAYNOMW, President. J. U. KAYNOU), l uHhior. niRFOTOKK: CIIAUI.KM III.ANCHAitli, .1. 8. UAVNOI.DH. O. .I. 'Depository of tho Atchison. IIILAIIIO tCOMKItO. H. ROMERO & BRO., Wholosalo and Drv ílnník Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Carpets and Curtains, GrcOCKRITiS, COTJlsrTIlY PRODUCE LAS VKGAS, (Northeast Cor. MOKEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED REAL ESTATE SECURITY, BY Scottish Mortgage and Land Investment Company OF STEW MEXICO, LIMITED. Authorized Capital, $l,C0Ó,00O. Issued, $500,000. MAKE ArrLICATION TO Wm. Brbedkn, Solicitor. CALVIN FISK, REAL ESTATE IN SUE ANCE AGENT Money to loan on easy terms. Desirable resi dences, business property, ranches and cattle lor sale on the installment plan, and choice business and res idence buildings for rent 'on rcasoniiblc monthly or yearly terms. OFFICE : BRIDGE STREET, NEAR POSTOFFICE. IUJSINESS ESTABLISHED, Jobbers of and Wholesale Dealers in RANCH Outfitting Goods, Mining e in J SJL11JLXXI J Blasting Powder, High Explosives, Fure, Etc. The Best Market .in the Territory for WOOL HIDES, PELTS. Will at all Times Compete with Eastern Prices DAILY BULLlSTIISr: LAS V1ÜGA8, AUU. 21. Mowers and Reapers, Sulky Rakes, Plowr Cultivators ana Garden Tools. Bain Wagons, and Other Seasonable Implements ioi Ranches and Mines. Two Cars Choice Kansas Potatoes. Window Glass, Rice, Nails, New Canned Goods Arriving Bacop- Hams, Linseed Oil and Turpentine Arrived. Late Arrivals : One Car Load Dr. Price's Celebrated Baking Powdeis and Extracts- Native Aptles. New Tea, fiae assortment. New Potatoes, ery tine. To Arrive from East and West in Car Lots : Rio and Choice Costa Rica Coffee. Just Receiv- d : One Car Coffee. Bradley Hay Rakes. Blackwall's Durham Tobacco. Fairbanks' Soap- One Car Kirk's Soap. One Car Che ap Fir ur . One Car Giiddon Barb Wire, Plain "Wire and EaV -IV One Car Cheap Barb Wire. OFFICHHS (i. J. TMNKKI., Vloc Prf-Rhlont. r J. H. I'IMiON, AimhitMUOiMbliir. IMHKCTOTtS DINKEL, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad. BKNIÜNO ROMKUO. Retail Dealers in of Plaza) NEW MEXICO. THE GEORGE J D1NXEL, Manager, - La Vegas, Pi. M. i 1858. INCORPORATED, 1885. -: 3i v-'GfciiiJ EE SUPPLIES Implements and Materials. LILI NnlimK Clothing, HAY \n\n BROWNE & MANZANARES CO. LAS.VEM8 AND SOCORRO, N. M.