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New Mello recelvlua; ana publishing; the fall Associated Preen lei, graphic report. ESTABLISHED 181. tJ-Pabllebed In Ike leading citjr at the Ter rllarr al New Weald. VOL. XI1I.X0. 2G1. LAS VEGAS, THURSDAY. EVENING, MAY 6, 188G. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. I E ST A BUSHED IN 1881.1 A.A.&J.H.WISE BATS Money to Loan : . ,. ox REAL ESTATE. HAV ' , Improved tad Uulmprovod Property of every leecrlotlon ID every poní oí me cuy oi Las Vega. Bud mm tot to Lóese, ,. business Lots for Sal ' Business Houses lor Sale, tteatdence Lota for Lease, Kesldenoea Honses for Sale, AMD , tlood Paying Business for Bale, ' " Two La rye Ranches for Sale Cheap, County Scrip Bought and Sold, tiold Mines (Pay Inn) for Sale, Fine Paying- Silver Mines for "tale. A SAVINGS BANK. Laboring men can pnrrbaae property of us on monthly Installments Instead 01 paying nut tbat which can never be returned HEM Don't pay rent. Come and look at our bar gains on the Installment plan 4 I - ' I t ! ; . CASH WILL; ALSO 1 a i - Buy fine property at th rVy lowest market price. We also have man) speeial barf alna in real estate far below their cash value. ) A.A.& J.H.WISE COR. 6TH AND DOUGLAS, Opposite the new Brown Stone Opera ITouse. ' NOTARY PUBLIC. LAS VEGAS. - NEW MEXICO T. B. MILLS, DEALER IN Mines, Real Estate I.1VR RTOCK. 1MPKOVED RANCHES, Dfflce on Bridge Street, near Platonice, Lbs Vegaa, new jhuak'o. All kinds of l rrltorlnl and county bonds and muí. hnimlitHnd sold, and all kinds ot land ec.rtn bouirht and sold which will locate afli.iui. rit or,,v,.riiniRnt liind. siftv im proved and nuimproved ranches for sale In New Mexico and the Kepuhllc ol Mélico, em bracing Hacia from 25.U.O to l.Ous.nOo acres each at from twenty conn to one dollar tier un Tul,. i,.vtcrt. Pull information aeu inmn anoliontioii. Having business connejtt"n wllli atlorueva at Washington, l. Ci, we are prepared 1 give rawtientar attention to proae ting clalma nf 1 very description against tlie United Mates ;,vver "ini-nt. ColectlonB lnldo in auv uartuf the IVrrtiorv. m IE Of Las Vegas. GEO. J D1NKKL., President. A. A. KKKN, Cashier. CAPITAL $50,000 TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANK. IN O BUSINESS. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, TROPICAL STORE. D. BOFFA. Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. M. Tropical and Domestic Fruits IN MASON. IMPORTED COODS OF ALL KIND8 Confectionery, Cigars, AND TOUAOOO. J. S. ELSTON, PAINTER, PAPER-HANGEB, AND DECORATOR THOHOUGU WORKMANSHIP AMD AM PLY FACILITIES. Sixth St., Opposite Post Office. H. W. WYMAN, The Jeweler. Citf fill Watches and Clocks Repaired. EH TER STREET. DOINGS OF THE DAY. Powderly Condemns the Actions of the Anarchists. The Senate Camnalttee'e Hepart on tha Brsalwar Rallraad Jab latereatlna; ueneral News, Powderly Condenas the Acli.a f Aaarekiata. Scranton, Pa., May 5. General Master Workman Powderly vigorously denounces the Chicago anarchists and their desperate work. In the oourse of an interview this evening he said: Se rious bloodshed and disorder which had occurred in Chicago are disgraceful and uncalled for, and deserving of the severest condemnation and punish ment. Honest labor is not to be found in the ranks of those who marched un der the red flag of anarohy, which is the emblem of blood and destruction, tie added, "that it is the duty cf every or ganization of workingmen in America to condemn the outrages committed in Chicago in the nam of labur. None of the anarcbist lenders are Knights or Labor, aud if any of the Kuighis have taken part in toe murderous proceedi ngs reported, thov should be excelled from the arder. Oar organization has m antagonism with necessary capital aua it is ine j 1 DUTY OK EVERY KNIGHT OF LABOR to support the laws made to harmonize the interests of capital and labor. There is not a trades union in America mat will countenance wrong or uphold these man in Chicago who have been engaged in inn destruction cl life and properly, me aim of trades unions is to upnold and dignify labor, while anarchists try to tear it down aud degrade it. The anarchist's idea is unAmerican, and it mis no business in this country. The Broadway Railroad Jobbiug. Albany, May 6. The senate com nnttce on railroads made 11s leport 011 the result ot its investigation of the Broadway Surface railroad company. domes It reinserts m strongest luu guage tbe illegality in organization of the company, its utter disregard of the law in its subsequent proceedings; its wholesale bribery of aldermen and the Uagraul violuliou of the law practiced by the coutiuilmen in consenting to it laying tracks in lower Broadway. It speaks of the remedial laws which have been passed since the investigation be' gan as likely to have a salutary effect, and of legal proceeding initiated again bribe taking aldermen; it speaks strongly of the dangers which threaten the stale from Dm spirit of wholesale cor- rui'tiou which now exists in umcial places. Accompanying it was a coin- munication from the district attorney of New York City saying he had some important testimony to proseut. going to show how bribe money was distri buted and asking that the timo be ex tended. A resolution to have the Third Avenue road investigated was referred to the coiiiiuittou to report on its ad visnbihty TO IMPROVE TUB ERIE CANAL. In tlio assembly after a long political dubate an appropriation of f 00,000 to fmprovo the Erie Canal was passed Reorganization of the Denver A: RIoGrande Dknvkk, May 5. At the instance of the iirst mortgage bondholders of the Denver & Rio Grande railway, Judge llullolt, in the United States circuit court today entered a final decree for the foreclosure and sale of tbat road on July 12. This finally settles all litiga tion and insures immediate reorganiza tion under the Cappell plan. Toe new securities will be issued as soon as the sale is continued bv the court, when tiie road will pass into the hands of the new organization. f'onliriuatlona aud Rejections, WA8UINOTON, May 5. I'be senate in executive session today cleared its cal endar of nominations. The only con firmation made public is tbat of C. M. Zu'ick, to be governor of Arizona. The nomination of K. S. Dement, to be surveyor general of Utah was ad versely reported from the public lands lommittee, and was recommitted. The rejection ot Charles K. Howard, to be associate justice of the supreme court of Montana, is officially an nounced. Hare Blrthe 1 haa Deaths, Washington, D. C, Mav 5.-The re port of Dr. Billings, surgeon united Slates army, on the mortality and vital statistics of the United States as re turned for the tenth census shows that the total population in 1880 was 50,155,- 788, an increase in ten years ot ll.oui,. 412. Of this 281,219 per annum may be taken as due to immigration, the total number of immigrants for the ten years being 2,812,191. This makes the mean annual increase duo to excoss of births over deaths 878,522. In Herniation Style. Sandusky, Ohio, May 5. Goltleib Fautb, went to the bouse of his di vorced wife this morning, broke open the door with an axe and struck the woman in the head twice. Her skull was fractured. Supposing she was dead he lav down beside her. drew a ra zor and cut several gashes in bis left wrist, intending to blend to death. I ne coroner thinks the woman will recover, but rauth will die. Gercrner Ptanf oid'a Horas Sale. New Yobk, May 0. The sale of Gov ernor Stanford's trotting stock was con tinued yesterday, an average of $870 per head being received. Among the highest unces paid were: Unique, bav mare, at 1 1,000; Mercedes, a bay marc, at $1,278; St. Just, a bay gelding, $1,250; Argo, a bay filly, $1,020; Alraira a hav HI v. 2.250: Linda, a bay hllvia. 175. The amount of the two day's sale is $84,800. Cholera Appears la Italv. Rome, May 0 It is officially an nounced tbat cholera has appeared in Venice and Vienna. Several cases and some deaths are reported in these places daily. SPORTING. j 1 he Coming Darby. Louisville, May S The approach- ing meeting of- the Louisville jockey club takes placa on May 14 and will last ten dajs The two great California stables of Baldwin and Hagins have arrived. Stables from' all sections of the country are well represented and contests between Kentucky, Tonnes-tee and California cracks -will be eagerly watched. The Derby will have irom twelve to fifteen starters and it From ises to be most evenly contested and exciting Derby ever held.: Every stable entered has a dark horse for this event and it can be, truly said from what is known of the contestants today that it is "anybody's raco." Derby day being the day to draw the public the crowd will be an immense one. Probably 25,000 people will past through the gates. The Lexington Races. Lexington, Ky.. Mav 8 The weather was cloudy and the track in fair condition. ine lirst race was a mile dash: Test won by two lengths; Slasher, seoond; may L,auy, iniru. lime, l 415. the second race was oue and one- fourth milfs; Tvrant won bv four lengths; Irish rat, second; Lady Way' ward, third. Time. 2:10. Ilia third race was one and one-fourth miles; Adonis won; Lead, second; Sam waiton, mini, lime, la. lbo fourth race was a half-mile dash: Totlrell won; Laura G second; Mldire. miru. nine, ui. Basa Bail. Dknveh, May 6. The Western league opened here today, between the Delivers and Leadvilles. Two thou- and spectators witnessed the game, Score was: Delivers, 0; Leadvilles. 4. St. Louis, May 5. Chicago. 0; SL Louis, 6. Kansas City, May 5. Detroits, 4; Kansas City, 3. Washington, May 5. Boston, 12; alionáis, 11. Cincinnati. May 5. Louisville. 0; Cincinnati, 5. New York, May 5. New York, 4; rniiadoiuiiia, a. St. Iosepii. Mo.. Mav 5. The season of i he Western league opened today by Lincoln and St. Joseph. The score stood 6 to 0 in favor of the home team. which made but oue error. Leavenworth, Kau., May 6 The must exciting game ever played here took place here today. The Topekas scored on an error and won the game. Score. Topeka, 1; Leavenworth 0. , Killed Br a Burglar. . Englewoou, N. J. May 6 Geo. Com, nephew of the president of the Ameri can Exchange bank in New York, was shot and fatally wounded by a burglar last night. George Coe, his brother Louis, and a young man named B-inker bnfi', were passrng y the sclibol house about 10 o'clock lust night and saw a light in the building. This being un usual they proceeded to investigate the matter, and discoyored a burglar in the act of ransacking the desks. They at tempted to capture him but the thief turned as the young men entered the room and lired upon them. The bullet from his revolver entered Geo. Coe's left shoulder. Before the wounded man foil a second ball made a terrible wound in I) is abdomen. Louis Coe, alter a ter riblo struggle, succeeded in disarming tue ourgiar, and beat mm to insensibili ty with a jimmy. Brinkorhoff and Louis cue then tied his bands and toot together and locked him up in a room. They then turned their attention to George, who was found to bo uncon scious and inmost dead. They removed him to his bouse and gave the alarm, but before help came the burglar mude his escape. Reduced Rates. New York, May 6,-On and after May 1st, telegraph rates between offices n the states of Arkansas, North Caroli na, Alabama, Minnesota, Louisiana and Wisconsin will be reduced from 50 to 40 cents, a reduction of 25 per cent. I Between onioes in Dakota. Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Montana, Arizona, Nebraska. California, uregon, and Washington Territory, from 75 to 50 cents, a reduction of 33 per cent. Between omces in Kansas. Ziew iork. Pennsylvania, Delaware, District of Col umbia and Virginia from 100 to 75 cents, being a reduction ot 25 por cent. This makes the maximum rato between any two points in New Mexico 50 cents In stead of 75 as heretofore. Masaacreing Englishmen. London, May 6. An o Ricial of the French New Hobrides company, on Espirita Santo island baye been rúas saüreded by a p irty of natives from Fort Stanley, tue governor oi new Caledonia has despatched a transport with troops to the island to render as sistance. Conceatiaua Made. Chicago, May 0. Fully three-fourths of the McCormiok harvester works' em- oloves reported for duty this morning. xne proprietors ui too ueeii,iK decided this morning to grant the de mands for a working day eigbt bours aud an advance of fifteen percent, on former wages. Wedded to iheHolr Faith, Baltimore, May 5. Miss Constance Edgar, aged 20, stepdaughter of Col. Jerome Bonaparte, was today invested th the black veil at tne convent o I the Visitation in this city. Archbishop Gibbous officiated. Miss Edgar will be known in religion as Sister Alary De Sales. Stevanton Under Bond. Helena, Mont., May 5. Andrew Stevenson, clerk of probate court, on Qnal examination was bound oyer to awat the action of the grand jury on the oharge of grand larceny. Bail of $2,000 was furnished. TheDylni Polleeman Chicago, May 6. A report from the county hospital this morning is to the effect tbat officers Barrett, Flavan, Mil ler and Jacob Hausen are beyond recov ery and are sinking last. THIS MILITIA AND THE MOB The Raaa af the oldlrra Sratlor Death Aaaoag the Tarbalrul Peleche. Milwaukee, May 5 Residents In the southern portion of the city, who were bestirring earjy this morning, no ticed the movement ot a great number of Polocks who had participated in yes terday s riot at 13ay View, singly ana in pnife, making thoir way towards the large Polish church In that section of the city. By 6 30 o'clock no less than 400 men had assembled, each HEARING A HUGE CLUB or Iron bar or some other implement of warfare, lbe men formed in line and at the order of "forward march" pro ceeded in the direction of Bay View, raising the cry as thev went, "Kill the militia and burn the mills." Being ap prised .of the mob's coming. Major Tranmer ordered- four companies un der his command from inside the rolling mills' enclosure, where they had been in camp during the night, aud stationed them in the best position to check the advancing mob. As the latter ap proached tnev were ordered to stop. No heed was given. Major Trarimer repeated the order and gave all fair warning that to advance MEANT CERTAIN DEATn Again the crowd, which was now about 1,600 feet distant, Ignorad the caution and pretsud tor ward the bridge. Major Trarimer had orders to keep any crowd from approaching the mills and to tire upon them, as the last resort of the or der could not otherwise be enforcod. Accordingly when no attention had been given to the second warning he gave orders to lire, and as nearly as could be learned six companies emptied their guns with steady aim into the throng. Seeing several of their number FALL WOUNDKD OR KILLED, the mob threw themselves flat on the ground and s night the nhelter of the railroad embankment. Tho level of south Bay street and Lincoln avenue being higher than tbo marsh, was also sought by the frantic men, who tumbled headlong into the water. There was every evidence on the eurroiindmg objects to clearly show that the militia bad tired low and V with inleut to kill, us one of them ex- impressed It. : i tie result oi tno ursi, youey uavmg pad such Bolutary effect the militia oompuuh-s again slacked their arms, and portious of the routed mob relumed to the scene of the tragedy. A squad of police also put lu an appearance aud bit gau to assist the wounded. Several of the latter were taken to neighboring saloons and dosed with whisky, after which they were conveyed to their homes. THE RESULT, i 1 The killed aud wonudnd is as given below: - Michael Ruchalski, laborer, aged 40 venrs. was snot in tho breast and died fsholtly afterward; Franz Kennel, aged UU years, who lived in a little shanty on south Bay street, was shot through the heart while feeding chickens in lus own yard. He was a laborer but had not been working lor four years owing to rheumatism, lie loaves a wife and live children. The ritiena of t lucaso on Aneroids., Chicago, May 5. The indignatiou and concern of the general publio res pecting the atrocious occurrence of last night, has been in no wise lessened. The prompt action of the authorities in arresliug three of the chief couspirators and accumlating evidence which it is believed will tlx the great crime upon them, hits called forth unstinted praise. All ordinary places of businoss are open but there is almost an entire cessation of all ordinary transactions. Businoss men are discussing the event In all its serious aspects. The mayor has been atsurred by all classes of citizens of their desire to aid biiu in every possible way. Hon. . B. Washburn, remarked today that be had not known1 a time during the carnage enacted by the com mune in Peris when so utterly a COWARDLY AND ATROCIOUS MURDER as that of last night. If there is any law to reach the perpetrators and insti. gators of the affair it is now positive tbat certain death awaits them. Mayor Harrison this afternoon, after consult ing with hit department officers, pub lished the fallowing proclamation: "To the people of l h'oao: Whereas, great excltemeut ex lets among the people of tbia oily .growing onto) ilin labor troubles which exoltement Is lntensllled by open uetlance of the guaidlani of tho peace by a body of lawless men, nnder the pretanoe of aiding laboring men but really indeavoring to destroy all law- and, wtereas, last night these men by tho tiaeof weapons never resorted to In civilized lands except In times nf war or fur revolutionary purposes, causing bloodshed among the citizena and Scers ot this munici pality, who were simply in performanee of their dutle ; and, whereaa -The city authori ties propose to protect Ufo and property at all hazards, and In do ng so will b. compelled to break up all unlawfulor dangerous gatherings; anil, whereas, even wken oien propose to meet for lawful purposes bad men will auempt to mli.gle with thorn armed with cowardly miaalcs for the purpose of bringing about bloodshed, thus endangering the lives nf Innocent per sons; therefore. 1, Carter H. Harison, mayor of the city of Chicago, do hereby proclaim that all gatherings of people lo crowds or processions on tne streets ana punnc pinoes oi mo city are dangerous and cannot be permitted, orders have been issued to prevent all such gathering and to break up and disperse all crowds, to prevent Injury 10 innocent persons. 1 urge all law abiding peop e toquletlyattend to their own affairs aud nut meet lu crowds If the po lloe order any gatherings to dtsperae au t thev be sot obeyed all persona aodiaobeyingwillbe treated as law breaker and will surely Incur the lull penalty of Ihelr disobedience, 1 fur ther assure the itood ueoole of Chicago that believe tue police can tiroteot their lives and property, aud the good men nf Chicago will do so." CAaraa H. Habsjson, aiayor MONEY FOR ANARCHIST1 VICTIMS. Chicago, May 5. Tho fund raised for the policemen wouuded by last night's bomb throwing amounts tonight to 27,000. ot this amount S12,0tl0 was contributed by members oi the board of trade, $10,750 by railroads centenug in Chicago, and tbe balance by private in dividual. The wholesale grocers are also raising a large fund to be turned over tomorrow, and so far none of them have contributed less than f 100 each. All quiet in Milwaukee, - Milwaukee, May A, All quiet in this city this morning. Troops continue to guard threatened establishments at Bay View and on tbe soutn s:ue. no riot ous assemblage has been reported tbis morning. The trouble is belieyed to be over. There is a greater feeling oi con fidence apparent in tne ability oi tne authorities to preserve peace, though tne outlook oontfnues threatening in certain quarters and the police may be called upon to diserse gatherings in some portions of the city. The am st of a few anarchists yesterday injured a feeling that this element is no longer to prove so troublesome. The police now believe tbat all the leading instiga tors of the recent trouble have been caged, with possib'y a few exceptions. The collecting of evidence against the conspirators is proceeding rapidly. THE STRIKE AT CHEYENNE. Cheyenne, Wyo., May 5. The situa tion regarding the strike of braknmen is the same as during the last forty-eight hours. No freight is moving between North Platte and Rawlins, I bus effect ually blockading the mam line of the Union Pocilio railroad. There is no in terference with passenger trains, ex cepting at Eagle Rock, on the Oregon Short Line, where the strikers held tho passenger train all last night. THE STRIKERS WIN, Cincinatti. May 0. -The strike of freight handlers is at end. Men are already at work in all froight yards nnd others will resumo this afternoon. Ex act terms are not made known but it is generally understood that the men have secured an advance from 15 to 25 cents per day. Belden & Wilson, XXX EI Bridge Street, Las Vec;aa. All goods are delivered free in tho city Park Drug Store Second door trom Poet. Office. S. A. NORTH & BR0 rTJXVEI Drugs, Chemicals. Prescriptions a Specialty. OPEN ALL NICHT, Choice wines and Liquors for Medical Purposes. A riHE LINE OF CIOAB8. Everybody finds 0 01 At the great mk Grocers ! Y DRY Of Chas. Ilfeld, Is simply because he keeps the largest and the Finest Stock in PLAZA, LAS VEGAS. JV tot. BARTLETT, DEALER IW FINE JEWELRY OT" HVHIIY Bridge St West Us Vegas. Ho, ISTAUUBHID 1880. J. J. FITZGERRELL, THE XJLSrm Real Estate -AND Financial Aent for Capitalists, Cor. Grand Ave. and Center St. Las Vegas, New Mexico. ASPRnlAl.TYMtOK ININVR9TINO ANll I.UANINO MONEY FOR KASTBRN CAPI TALISTS, or WHOM I HAVB A LAHUK LINK OF CORRESPONDENTS. I havo tTNUSUAL FACILITIES tor tho lVRiSTUiATlON olTU'LK.S amlaTUOROUUH KNOWLEDGE nf the PEOPLE, enabling ma toniaku IN VESTMKN I S of all kinds, such as the purchase uf RANCH, GRANT and CITY PltOI'K.RTY, and malting LOANS for CAPI TALISTS to huttor ADVANTAGB than they can for TIIBMSKLVErt. There la a -fraud future before NEW MIX K'l). Bualneits is bet-inning to look up rap idly.' Now Is the time to make Investments be fore prices advanuo too hiu;n There baa been a marked Improvement la RKAZ. LSI ATE duriiur the punt UU days, and there Is no doubt tbeoomina sprlno; will wit ness a sharp advanoe in REAL ESTATE, when those who made InvosunuuU lu pioperty will reap a rich reward. Tne iueoiulii-r tide of business Irnprove-nent Is iH'glnnlng to be felt and will causo a genu ine boom the coming year. Now Is the time to invest. "A hlut to the wise Is sufficient." I HAVE Poll SAh one of tho best paying welt established manufacturing enterprises lu the Territory. an be bought to an ad vantage. 1IIAVK FOR SALE one of the best busiuess coiners n the city, renting for 20 per cent i n the Inverttmeitt 1 HAVE FUR SALE an elegant piece of resi dence property lu au excellent neighborhood, that ia paying '20 per cent on the Investment. 1 have a buslncaa opening foi tr,uno tu tln, Oftil Unit Is absolutely safe, aud will pay frum JO to an per cent en the Investment. TO RANCH AND CATTLK INVESTORS, I have a line slocked rauch lor sale that will pay a lare-e Interest on the luvestmciit. Come and seeiuy Hat of grant, raueh and cattle In leat luents before imrcbasiug elsewhere. I HAVBtholurgoat llnoof rents, Improved and unimproved property lor sálelo be found in the e.itv. kii.L llAltQAlNSof all kin. la in REAL ES TATE call on FITZOKRIIKLL, you will dud him alive to business inierunui aim courteous to all. Ilelnre Investing, call aud sea hltn. Klugerntll's Guide lo New Mélico, free to all ROCCO MOTTO, Bridge St., near Caxetta Office, Just receive! a flue line of CANDIES, Fruits, Nuts, Confectionery. A FINE SUPPLY OF APPLES it so pleasant to establishment the Territory. DHHOniPTIOPJ. Qold Watches, Diamonds. Silver Watches, Gold Chains, Bracelets, Pins and Sleeve Buttons. Silverware. Filigree Jewelry. Repairing of Fine Watches a Specialty. 324 II, i Ave. East Us Vegas.