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VOL. XIII.-XO. 258.
LAS VEGAS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1880.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
ESTABLISHED IN 1881.1
Money to Loan
Improved and Unimproved Property of every
aescrlollou lu every portion of the city of
Bunnell ixiu to Lease,
Business Lots for gal ,
Business Houses lor Sale,
Residence Lots for Lease,
Residences Homes for Sale,
wood Paying Business for Bale,
Two Larfe Ranches for Bale Cheap,
County Scrip Bought and Sold,
Jold Mines (Paying-) for Bale,
fine Paying Silver Miuea for Sale.
A SAVINGS BANK.
Laboring- men can purchase property of us
on monthly Installments Instead of paying cut
that which can never be returned RENT.
Don't par rent. Coma and look at our bar
gains on the Installment plan.
CASH WILL ALSO
Buy fine property at the very lowest market
price. We also have many special bargains In
real estate far below Ihelr cash value.
COB. 6TH AND DOUGLAS,
pposlte the new Brown Stone Opera House.
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO
T. B. MILLS.
Mines, Real Estate
3 Bee on Bridge Street, near PcetoKce,
Vegas, New Mexico.
AH kinds oft errltnrial ana county bonds and
warrants bought and sold, and all kinds of
land scrip bought and sold hlch will locate
allolasses of government land, slfty lm-
R roved ana nnmiproveu raiicuee r b,o m
ew Mexico aud the Republic ol Mexico, em
bracing traéis troto S5.U.0 to 1,000,000 acres
each at from twenty cent to one dollar per
acre. Title perrect. run imormaiion irai
-upon application. Having business cunne3ti"n
with attorneys al Wanlilntrion. D. 0., we are
prepared te give particular attention to prose
tjog claims of evi'ry description against the
United Hlates gom-"iuenl. Colectioiis made iu
any oartol' the IVrrilnrv.
Of Las Vegas.
GEO. J. D1NKEL, Fresidant.
A. A. KEEN, Cashior.
CAPITAL - - $50,000
TRANSACTS A (JEN ERAL BANK
East Las Vegas, New Mexico,
Bridge Street, Las Vestas, N. M.
Tropical and Domestic Fruits
IMPO1IVEDC0ODS OF ALL KINDS
J. S. ELSTON,
TH0H0HGII WORKMANSHIP AND AM
Sixth' St., Opposite Post Office.
H. W. WYMATST,
Tlf Hi Hill
Watches and Clocks Repaired.
O ENTER STREET.'
In Milwaukee Destroying Prop
erty and Sacrificing Lives.
nr.. Thaiupson ta be Pa.tinl.tr...
at Louisville. The Reward
for Cieronluio Etc.
The Di,y la Milwaukee.
Milwaukee, May ft Latest reports
(rom Bay View show a much more seri
ous canditioD of affairs than was at first
reported. A crowd of rioters com
menced to form at 830 o'clock and
moved towards the mills. Sis military
companies marched out of the grounds
and were stationed in front of the works,
and as the orowd approached, paying no
atteution to orders to halt, the word tire
was given and a volley fired, The crowd
beat a hasty retreat when it was learned
that five lives had been sacrificed
and several persons wounded. One
of the killed was a school boy.
While tbe troublo was going on at Bay
View, a large crowd ot strikers and so
cialists assembled at the Milwaukee
Garden, west side, and were preparing
to carry out the programme of riot ana
destruction. A platoon of sixty police
men and three infantry companies were
dispatched thence and cleared tne
premises. The mob re -assembled and
proceeded to Best's brewery. The mob
was there confronted and dispersed by
the military. The rioters, or those ot
Polish nationality, at least, returned to
the city ond proceeded to sack the rest
dunoo of Captain Boorohardt, of the
Kosciuski guards; yesterday's tiring
naving been dona uy mat company,
The residence is a complete wreck.
1 be infuriated Polanders then assem
bled near the Polish church and a num
ber decided to arm themselves and raid
the militia at Bay View this afternoon.
The Feeling la Chicago.
Cuicauo, May 5 The excitement of
tho general populace growing out of the
massacre planned and carried out by
the small band of anarchists and their
blind followers last night is very great.
i ne city outwardly is very quiet, but id
streetcars and at every point, of gather
ing iu the city, the events of last night
have been seriously discussod. The
words beard on every side are those of
utter and abhorrent condemnation of
the aesult made on the police. The oc
currences of Monday and last night are
ascribed in the public mind to the teach
ings and recent utterances principally
of men like August Spies, A. R. Parsons
and Samuel rielden, the speakers of
last night, ibey have been pointed
out by nearly every puper in the citv
during tne last four days, and the tragic
culuiiuationon Uesplames street ouly
appeared to emphasize litem warnings.
THEIR ARREST HAS BEEN REPEATEDLY
When the firing began last night Par
sons was the ouly man seen to
be recognized. He was in a liquor
store at the corner of Desplumes and
Lake streets, the Socialists head
quarters, within one hundred and
ti n y teet of the point where the deadly
bomb was thrown among the ranks of
the police. The lire at the police came
from Hie samo direction and it is sur
mised that the criminals obtained their
guns and made Socialists' ball a lendez
vous, and from thence they proceeded
to make their assault. Thev were con
cealed behind boxes aed barrels on the
FOLLOWING THE EXPLOSION
Parjons was seeu in this place, accom
pat, led Dy nis negro wife, lor only a
moment However and tnen disappeared
with other anarchists and police
senrohed for the three men all night but
did not succeed in nnding them. A
little after 8 o'clock ihis morning all
three were found in close consultation
in the oflice of the Arbeiter Zeitung
newspaper, xney were in consultatiou
when the officers came on them. Thev
exhibited alarm but made no resistance.
1 bey were taken quietly to the central
police station, a block away, and up to
v o'clock mis morning the publ:c bad
not been aware of their arrest. They
are Kept cioseiy guarded, and no one is
permuted to see tnem. it is not Known
what if any ohargos have been made
against tbem, nor what is the exact pel
icy the city authorities intend to pursue.
exerts his ability to preserve absolute
peace in Chicago without outside aid.
He argues that the occurrence of last
night coukl not have been foreseen and
was an unparallelled event in American
history. The entire police force is on
duty today and us members are appar
ently in first class condition.
Bean's Appeal for the Captare sf Gersnlmo.
Denver, May 4. The Republican's
Washington special says: On expla
nation of the joint resolution which was
Introduced yestorday by Delegate Bean
of Arizona, authorizing ihe president to
offer a reward of $25,000 for tbe killing
or capture of Gerónimo, he states that
Gerónimo leu ine white Mountain
reservation, accompanied by sixty
bucks, about one year ago, and' since
that time he has raided a sootion of
nearly 100,000 square miles in New
AWxiuo, lower Arizona and northern
Mexico. Purine that time nearly one
fifth of the United States army hag been
in fultloss pnisuit, while gome 800
people have already been killed. The
value of property destroyed cannot be
estimated. In tho interest of economy
aud Humanity it, oeconies necessary
TO KILL OR CAPTURE
this blood-thirsty and crafty Indian
and in Mr. Bean's opinion the quickest
and surest method is to offer a sufficient
inducement for mountaineers, frontiers
men or Indian scouts to embark in tbe
enterprise. "Put a round price upon
Gerónimo' bead," said Mr. Bean
"and he will certainly be killed or cap
tured. Our people care nothing for the
means employed. What thev most
want and have not been able so far to
obtain, is tbe possession ot Gerónimo
preferably dead, but either dead or
The Strike .a the Valsa Pacific. .
Denver, May 5 A Cheyenne, Wy
omirg, special to the Republican gays:
Tbe brakemens' atrike hag stopped all
freight trafile on the Union Pacific
road. Men are out from Omaha to
Ogdsn and it is reported on.the Oregon
Short Line. The strike here has as
sumad a more serious aspect, but tu
mors are. rife as to threatened violence
should be discredited. There is no ob
jection made to the moving of pas-ten-
ger trains, but the striking brakemen
are ou the alert to see that non-union
men are not smuggled aboard on the ar
rival of train at Laramie city. This
morning Conductor Van Housen was
ordered nut and when he called ''all
aboard" there was slight cheering. The
train had moved about half its length
when Conductor MilN was seen to sle
upon the platform and a rush was made
for bim by a number of brakemen. He
was forcibly ejected from the train and
was afterwards informed that if he
made another alteiuot to go out he
would be riddeu ou a rail. No objec
tion wag made to Conductor Van
Another conductor was severely pum
melled for speaking in debanoe of the
wishes of the strikers. The train pulled
into Cheyenne on time. Large crowds
had assembled at the depot, but
no evidence of trouble was visible.
When the lime came for the departure
of the train it quietly moved out, no ef
fort being made to delay or retain it.
t ne crowd however continued to in"
crease as it was known that aa effort
would be made to take out Superintend
ent UiuKinsnn's car and a special car
containing "Bunch of Keys" company.
A committee waited upon tho engineer
and told him that be could go out at his
own risk. .Conductor Shiugle was also
warned in a similar manner and the
final result was that the train did not
go. The next train was allowed to take
out the theatrical company, but the su
perintendent s car was not allowed to
1 lie slrike in creatine: considerable
inconvenience in this city among the
merchants, and outside the labor unions
there is little sympathy with the strik
ers aim not much among workmen gen
erally. Interviews with conductors and
other employes of the road show tbem
not to be in accord with tbe strikers.
The Result of the I'arne Investlgatioa
millet's Work. .
Washington, May 4. Senator Hoar
yestorday presented a letter received by
liuu which was from the secretary of
the Ohio Pavne legislative investigating
committee regarding the printing ol the
report that the committee reooully sub
mitted to the United States senate.
The letter slates that onexaminingoopy
printed by order of senate ne nndg mat
a surreptitous interpolation had been
made in tbe copy furnished the printer,
the matter interpolated not being in the
original copy sent to tbe senate uy the
uhlo Iioihh of reoresentativaa..- Luc u -
ternolation, the secretary says, is 'of
matter intended to retlect on the good
faith of the niHjority of the Ohio com
mittee. On motion of Seuator Hoar the
letter was referred to the committee on
privileges and elections.
THE INTERPOLATED MATTER.
I'ho interpolated matter in the report
of the Pavne investigation, transmitted
from Columbus to the senate consists of
the following paragraph, which appears
at tbe mid of the volume made up of the
nin ioritv and minority reports and tes .
tiniony. "the majority have all along
conducted this investigation as though
thev folt it incumbent upon them to und
somebody guilty; as though some great
partv interests would be leodtirdizoil
unless they reported somebody guilty
of something, we nave neiped tneiu
to draw a drag net in every muddy poo),
anywhere and everywhere they were
pleased to designate, and every time
they thought they had captured a boss
boodler and when they rushed in to
grapple with and land him they invari
ably found it was only a small sucker.
that they took between their fingers
and thew back into bis native element.
The majority report should read, that
although ibey didn't nnd anyone guilty
of corrupt practices, they think it a
burning; shame that someone was not
guilty of bribery, so they might report
bis capture by this committee.
Tlit Brighton Beach Races.
Brighton Beach, May 4 The
weather was cloudy and cool, aud the
t irst race r ive-eigntns ot a nnio; was
won bv Uueon of nearts: Uanüy sec
ond; John Minima, third, lime, 1:04 i
Second itace-inree-quarters of a
mile: was won by Goliab; Binion, sec
ond! Witch, third. Timo, 1:18.
i ntra race une tune; was won py
Jacobus; Woodliower, second; Bahama,
third.' Time, l:4r.
Fourth Raco One mile; Lord Bea
confield, first ; Petersburg, second;
Ulack Jack, ibird. lime, i:4U
Fifth race Seven-eights of a rune;
Singerly, first; Peekskill, second; Jim
Cárdale, third, lime, 1:33,
Boston, May 4. About 1,200 tailors
here are on a strike. Their employers
have organized "The Boston Clothing
Manufacturers' Association." The
strikers assert that the association has
been trying to get a rule adopted to
prevent strikes by proposals of arbitra
tion, Intending to prolong negotiations
until tho dull season sets in, and men
shut down altogether. Several small
shops have already locked out their
help and it is said by Friday tbe general
lockout would have been inaugurated
had not the men forestalled it. Many
firms signed an agreement presented by
the 1,200 tailors, winch will result in
their continuing work.
Boston, May 4. Boston, 8; Nation
St. Louis, May 4 St. Louis, 0; Chi
Kansas Citv, May 4. No game on
account ol rain.
Mr. Thompson Get. Titers.
Washington, May 5. The senate
oommitteee on postofflces and post
roads this morning: directed that a fa
vorable report be made in tbe case of
Mrs. Thompson to be postmistress
A BLOODY DAY
Desperate Battle in Chicago,
Caused by Anarchists,
Results In a Large Number of Bead and
. Wounded Folio and Rioters
' ! At Oth.r Foiata, ; ;
Chicago, 10 40 p. m., May 4. A re
port just received states that six police
men have been killed in Hay market
where anarchists are holding a meoting.
A man who was standing in tbe crowd
received a pistol ball in his thigh and
has just been brought to oentral police
station. He say that during the prog
re sb ot a speech bv one of the socialists
a squad of officers inarched by. close to
toe speaker s stand, some one shouted,
K.U1 them!" Almost as soon as tbe
words had been uttered three bombs
were thrown from near the stand into
tbe midst of the squad of officers. Thev
exploded iustantly and five policemen
fell. Others were wounded and several
of the Socialists did not escape.
THE VICTIMS. -
Fallowing is the list of killed and
wounded umouif the police:
Jos. btauton. John A. Dwver. John
McMahon, Miles Murphy, F. Steele,
John Reed, A. Connelly, F. Sullivan,
Chas. Whitney, Thomas Roddin, Geo.
Miller, H. Kruger. J. H. Wilson, Jos.
Norman, P. Ualverson, F. Holda, Ed
Barrett, John Henson, J. Mitchell, A.
Flavin, Chas. Fink, N. J. Shannon. Of
liner Joseph DeGan died on tbe way to
I'ho following named socialists all of
whom were wounded have been placed
O. E, K nc her. Emit Loth, John Ulund,
Peter bays, John Krazier, August Jaka,
John Locbman, Robert buhuliz, Franz
Wrocb, S. Lemnitz, Charles Schuiacbor.
another riot today.
Chicago, May 5. A mob of six to
eight thousand persons reassembled
near the corner of Eighteenth street and
Center avenue at noon and raided Roth
child's drug store, carrying off every
thing pórtame in the store, liieytnon
raided a liquor store in the near vicinity,
kept hy a man named weiskopf, carry-,
ing away or drinking up all the liquor.
Women audchildren joiuod in this raid.
Ihe police ropaired to the scene and
succeeded in dispersing the mob,
' ' STILL STRIKING.
Chicago, May 5. Ttis morning 1,700
in aa employed iuthe Deering Harvester
works, stopped without notice or warn
ing of any character and without mak
uiir any dumsrds. Whether tba tueu
have been ipfiuenced by the recent rio
tous eveuts directed against workmen
remaining at their poms is not known.
lne managers asked for police protec
tion, 1 he works are located in a dis
trict lareelv populated bv foreign
Ihe strikers at the Deering reaper
works held an open air meeting on the
prairie neur the factory at 10 o'clock this
forenoon, They demand eight hours
work, ten hours pay, with double pay
for over lime ami twenty per cent
advance for piece work.
A STRIKE AT PULLMAN.
Three thousand men employod in the
carshops at Pullman went out this
morning, loimnir tho thousand who
quit work yesterday. a big mass meeting
was held at a o'clock and resolutions
were adopted condeming riotous aolions
of the socialists declaring that they had
no sympathy with that element or its
methods and conselling quiet and good
MORE RAILROADERS STRIKING,
The railroad situation is complicated
by a slrike of all freight handlers on
the Lake Shore road. The switch men
on tbe same road also decided not to
handle any freight cars loaded by any
persous btuor than strikers.
ANOTHER STRIKE IN KANSAS CITY.
Kansas City, May 4. Many Missouri
Pacilio strikers applied for reinstate
ment this morning. Tbe company took
back as many as they could supply with
work, but the majority of them could
not be accomodated. The trackmen in
tbe various yards have gone on a gen
eral strike for an advance of wages.
Tho movement began lu the Hanibai &
St. Joe yards and is reported to have
extended to all tho yards except tbe
TROUBLE IN JERSEY,
Jersey City, N. J., May 4. The
striking silk weavers at Union Hill were
joined today by the employes of Era-
tein's Mil), which increased the cumber
of strikers to 4,000. Every mill in that
section of tbe country is now closed, ex
cepting that of Simon & Co., who con
ceded to the demands ol the strikers.
A LOCKOUT AT BALTIMORE.
Baltimore. May 4. All the furniture
manufacturing houses in this city, with
one exception, shut down today. The
men douiandod eight hours aud the
manufacturers rafused to comply villi
The Hist In Milwaukee. '
Milwaukee, May 4 Early this
morning appeals were made to Gover
nor Rusk, who arrived here last night,
by Mayor Wallbsr ano Sheriff Pascben
for military protection, aud orders were
immediately issued to ten companies of
the Fouiteeuth regiment aud one com
uanv of tbe Second to report here at
the earliest moment. Sevaral came by
special and others by regular trains and
tonight oyer 1,000 aimed men of the
state militia are on duty here. While it
is not expected to bring the militia into
action tbe foreigners had become so
emboldened by their operations of tbe
last few days, it seems the only way to
quiet them was to bring them face to
(ace with loaded muskets which appeal (
to baye enect.
Red Flag Talk,
Chicago. III., May 4. The Arbeiter
Zeitung, a German paper edited by
Spies, a Socialist, who was one of the
speakers who incited yesterday's riot
at McCormick's announces this after
noon that a great meeting of "The
People" will be held tonight on Des
plainea street, and "whoever condemns
tbe horrible brutality of yesterday must
be there." The paper further says:
"Workingmen hated the police yester
MURDERED FOUR OF TOUR BROTHERS
and then wounded perhaps twenty-five
more at McCormick's factory. Had
your brothers who bad nothing but
stones to defend themselves been armed
with good weapons and a few dynamite '
bombs, none of the murderers would
have escaped, as it was only four of
them (the policemen) were wounded.
That is, said yesterday's maf sacre oc
curred that the
FORTT THOUSAND STRIKERS
in this city might ne filled with fear
and terror, anil that ihe dissatisfied and
rebellious laborers might be driven un
der the yoke of slavery. Will this nd
be accomplished? Has not a miscalcu
lation been made? Tho next few days
will answer this question. We will not
speculate on the course of events."
The paper then goes on to give a de
tailed account of tbe troubles and puts
the responsibility entirely ou the police.
Spies also says that tbe Bohemians and
Poles in the back ground of tbe crowd
while he was- addressing raised the cry,
"On to McCormick's. " The same pa
per also says that tbe police yesterday
used their clubs in dUrMi-sing the pro
eession of striking girls, and adds: "in
whose veins does not the blood oourse
taster when he hears of this shameful
act of these bensta. Whoever is a man
must show it these days."
Ibreaitnea ladlaa Troubles.
Winnipeg, May 5. An Indian who
has arrived at Wood Mountain from
Poplar Point savs that tho Yauktown
Sioux and other American Indians are
threatening trouble, and have invilod
Sitting Bull to join them.
Terrible Dljaiter al Minneapolis.
St. Paul, May 5. A rumor has just
reached here that the Bracket block,
Minaeauolis, corner First Avenuo south
and Third street, has fallen in, burying
Later One man was killed and four
NEW PHOTO GAILERY
ART and CURIOSITY STORE.
Views of tat Vegas and vletnltr. Frames
matin til order. ,
ludían PotletT and Blanki-ta anil othei
S20 Railroad Aj e., Opera House Block.
LA3 VEGAS, - NEW MEXICO.
Who will Opan in a Few Days One oí the Finest
Lines of Novelties in Ladies' Dress Goods,
etc i that has ever been displayed
t in Las Vegas.
Bridge St, West Las Vegas; No.
J. J. FITZGERRELL,
Financial Aent for Capitalists,
Cor. Grand Ave. and Center St.
Las Vegas, : New Mexico.
A SPROIALTV M AUK ININVEST1NO ANll
LOANING MONEY FOR F.A8TERN CAPI
TALISTS, OK WHOM I HAVR A LARGE
LINB OF OORUKSPONDENTts.
I have UNUSUAL FACILTT1F.S tor the
IVRSTIGATION ofTITLES and aTHOROOUH
KNOVVLKOGR of the PKOPLE, snahllng me
to atake IN VESTMENTS or all kinds, such aa
the purchase of RANCH, GRANT and CITY
PROPERTY, aud making LOANS for CAPI
TALISTS to bettor ADVANTAGE than they
oan for T11KMSKLVK8.
There is a grand future before NEW M8X
ICO. Buslr.esa Is beginning to look up rap
Idly. Now la the time to wake Investmests be
fore prioea advance too high
Ttmrebas been a marked Improvement In
REAL KSTATK during the pull 6u days, and
ther3 la no doubt the comlnv spring will lt
pesa a sharp advance in HEAL ESTATE, when
those who uiaite investments iu property will
reap a rich reward.
The incoming tide of buainesa improvevent
is beginning to lie feltandwlll cause a genu
uie boom the oomlng year. Now lathe time
to invest. "A hint to the wise is sufficient."
I HAVE Foil BALE one of the best paying
well established manufacturing enterprises in
the Territory, r an be bought to au advantage.
1 HAVE KOU SALKonenrthe best busiut-HS
coiners 'n the city, renting for SO per cent n
1 HAVE FOR SALE an elegant piece of resi
dence property In an excellent neighborhood,
that is paying Al per cent on the Investment.
1 hare a business opening foi $5,1X10 to $10,
000 that is absolutely safe, and will pay from
2(1 to 2f per cent on tho Investment.
TO RANCH AND CATTLE INVESTORS, I
have a tine stocked ranch for sale that will pay
a larre Interest on the Investment. Come and
seemy list of grant, ranch aud cattle In vest
ments before purchasing elsewhere.
1 HAVE the largest Hue of runts, Improved
and unimproved property lor sale to be found
In the city.
FOB, BARGAINS of all klnda In REAL ES
TATE call on FITZGERRELL, ynu will hud
bim alive to business intoresui anil oourteous
to ail. llefnre Invostlug, call aud see him.
FltzgerreU'e Guide lo New Mexico, free to
Beltlen & Wilson,
Bridge Street, Las Venae.
All goods are delivered free in the city.
Gold Watches, Diamonds;
Silver Watches, Gold Chains,
Pins and Sleeve Buttons,
Bilveiware, Filigree Jewelry,
a ' ' .
Repa'iing of Fine Watches a
324 R. R. Ave. East las Vegas,
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