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THE LAS VEGAS GAZETTE THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 6, 1880.
LABOR'S TROUBLES. Horrible Shooting in Chicago In Anarchist's Tools. Peaceable Mrlke at Detroit New York Caruieu Satlaf led. MORTAL FIGHT. Chicago, Ma; 6. A horrible out coma resulting from Ian mgbi's rioting occurred this evening shortly after 6 o'clock. Two oflioers had been station ed on the Dosplaiues street yiaduct near the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul freight yards, to prevent the crowds gathering aud idlers from guying the men at work in place of the striking freight handlers. The officers uoticed two particularly suspicious Individuals slowly cross the yiaduct and enter a sa loon on Desplaines street near Carroll avenue. Officer Michael Madden, of the Desplaines sir dot station, who was somewhat closer to the saloon than the other officer was given a signal to keep bis eje on the ugly pair that had attract ed attention. At this moment a revol ver was thrust from the saloon door by one of the men ami a shot tired into the street in the direotion of the officers. Madden stepped quickly to the saloon door and at onoe GRAPPLED WITH THE MAN who held the revolver, while two other officers hurried to bis aid. In the souf fle the man with the revolver pressed the muizle of his weapon to Maddeu's breast and fired. Madden reeled, but steadying himself almost instantly brought his own revolver into proxim ily with his assailant's head and pulled the trigger. Madden and bis prisoner locked in each other's arms rolled to the floor fun as officers Daley and Har nett running reached the saloon. The companion of Maddeu's assailant bad vanished. Both Madden and his pria oner were taken to the usunty bosptial. The doctor says the man was somewhat under the influence of liquor and the result of the injury cannot yet be told. Paper's found on his person shows his name to be John Leffelpardls. Officer Madden s wound is mortal, ANARCHISTS IN CLOSE QUARTERS. Chicago, May 5. Another outbreak at the corner of Eighteenth street and Center avenue occurred about 5 p. m. Crowds lined the sidewalks for several blocks, but were being kept in motion as much as possible. Suddenly a battle was hurled from the vicinity of a drug store at several police who were situat ed on an opposite corner. The officers immediately drew their revolvers aud bred. The mob scattered in every di rection, vv netner anyone was serious ly injured or not it was Impossible to ascertain. GETTING AT THE FACTS. The inqiiost oyer the rjmaius of po . lice officer Degau, who wax murdered by the anarcbi.it in ib last night, was concluded nl 8:40 tins evening. Chris. Spies and Michael Schwub, two of the prisoners, made statements in their own behalf which damnged rather than helped them. Schwab admitted that he did not believe in a personal God. Fielding made statements that were substantially tho same, August Spies made no statement and the jury retirdd. They were out half an hour and then agreed on a verdict, rocomiucudiug that all the prisoners be held for murder without btiii, mid Hint l'aisms bo appro bended and held One of the polieeineii who milled the Arbiter Zoitung office gave somo sensational testimony. Ho said that on a shelf ot Spies' private room he found a bundle containing sawdust and nitro-glycer-ine. It looked exactly tho sanio as they found on Despluiuos street after the ex plosion, only it was not so hard. Wit ness described the ttfect of the explos ion on some rocks underneath which it was placed, fragments of boulders were carried away an immense distance. ' Most of the stuff," coucltiiied the offi cer, "is stored in a vault, and one of our men who is an expert says there's enough in it to blow up tms building." WHAT THEY OPERATE WITH. . Late in the afternoon Officer Uurns openod the private desk of Pursous at his plaoe of business, and in doing no found that the drawers contained a large quantity ot powder, I use auu otber ex plosives. One of the oxplosives, a brass cartridge, of the kind that is used in heavy blastinar. was six inches lunar and one and one-half luches in diameter. It was full of giant powdur, with fuje at taohed, and ready for lighting. Par sons had not been caught up to the time of this writing. Search was made for him at his home, but be was not found. His wife told the police that ber hus band was so well hidden that there was no danger of his being found. PLOT TO BURN THE LUMBER DISTRICT, Chicago. May 5. A secret plot - among the Bohemian anarchists in the southwestern section of the oitv to start lucendiary tires in the lumber district tonight was revealed to the police by a man in the employ of the detectives late this afternoon. The plot mciuaea pre' Derations to cut the hose of the tire de partment and disable their machinery when they should respond to alarms. The preparations ot the polioe are t ample to oope with the incendiary. An extra tire tug will bo sent up the river and the district will be carefully patrolled, PEACEABLE STRIKERS IN DETROIT. ' Detroit, Mich., May 5 The strikers in the western part of this city have con tinued orderly, but are very decided in thoir demands, and have by force of numbers overawed several hundred mare men. so that they too are now out At an early hour the strikers, over 500 in number, assemmea near me jmicoi inn oar shoDS. and decided to visit the various establishments about town for the purpose of inducing men to striKe. , Calm counsels of the leaders, however , nrnvnilnri over the rashness of severa man Km i the strikers formed in ranks and quietly nmched to the Peninsular car shops, their numbers being m nmasnd till there were not less than i.finn in line. Anticipating trouble Superintendent Heck had nolilied his men that it was impossible to grant &n increase and on the arrival of the strikers in front of the shops they were hntrinwn. The strikers then visiten numher of other establishments and succeeded in drawing out over 1,000 men. . CONDUCTORS AND DRIVERS SATISFIED New York. May 5. An agreement was Signed this evening by the strikers of tbe executive board and officers o( the Third avonue road for the settle ment of tbe oar driver's and conductor's ' strike. It provides that 150 conductors and 130 drivers are to be permitted by the com nan v to resume work in the morning if they present themselves at tbe proper hours, and loo conductors and 135 drivers are to be put on the extra list" at the same time. This pro vides for 570 men of tbe 1,300 strikers. and the company to discriminate as to whom they are to employ. Old men are to be given preference as vacancies may oconr and men are to be employed as needed on tbe cable and One Hundred and Twenty- fifth street lines. MRS. PARSONS RELEASED. Chicago, May 5. Mrs. A. K. Parsons. whose missing husband 18 tbe anarchist most wanted by me ponce just now, and who was arrested this evening for complicity in inciting last night's riot. has been released, it was louna mat there were no grounds npon which she could properly be held, and as she would divulge absolutely nothing she was al lowed to go. TheGazette Job Office Is prepared to turn out Every Glass of Work! CHeaply ! 3Proixxrtiy" , 0. L. HOUGHTON, WHOI.IBALE ardware! A complete line of STOVES, FIRE ARMS AND AMMUNITION. l.Bi'ifPSt Block In New Mexico In the Hard ware Line . Barb Fence Wire At manuf cturer's prices with actual frelgbt uuiu.il. nunuiacturer oi an Klaus ot Tin, copper AND SHEET IRON. Stoies in East and Vegas. West Las TP. E3- EVA NEW PHOTO OAILERY ART and CURIOSITY STORE. Views of Las Vegas and vicinity. Frames made to order. Indian Pottery and Blankets and other Native Curiosities. 820 Railroad Ave., Opera House Block. r.A8 VEUA8. NEW MEXICO. Montezuma Ice Go Olear Puro loo. Las Vegas Trade supplied by B. J. HOLMES, Leave orders with Wells Farro Exprese Office. EAST SIDE, or Leon Broa., West Side. M. E. KELLY, (Ownot of the UK brand ot oattle) RANCH AHO CATTLE BROKER. OFFICB: Bridge Street, Opposite Poitoffloe. Burreylngby John Campbell, the well-known Surveyor. S. PATTY, Manufacturer and doslor In Tin, Copper, Sheetlron Ware Eave-TrouKtas. Tiu EooBntr, Camp stoves and minors oututs. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. JACOB GROSS, A. M. BLACKWELL, HARRY W. KELt,7 GROSS Wholesale General Ranch Outfitting a Speciottv. WOOL, HIDES, PELTS, LA VEGAS, A.525L UNDER NEW The only Brick Hotel in Las Vegas- First class in all its appointments. Clean airv rooms- Elegant Furniture. A No. 1 Table, and everything possible done lor the comfort oí Guests. Headquarters for stockmen and Commercial men. Rates $2.50 ana $3 00 per day. Special Bates to Parties re maining a week or more. LAS VEO-AS, MENDENHALL, Livery, Feed and Sale Stables Buy and sell Horses, Mules, Ponies. Buggies, Wagon Harness, Saddles, Etc. CERRILLOS HARD Por Balo. EAST AND WEST LAS VEGAS. LAS VEGAS BREWERY s LAB VEQ-A8, HEW MEXICO. Our beer is brewed from the choicest malt and horra and warranted to give entire satisfaction. Our BOTTLED Is Beoc id to none in thf market. LAS VEGAS. - NEW MEXICO O. A. ROTHGEB. Proprietor. THE AGUA fWATE R, SuobHbs Water trom a Pure " Rio Gallinas" taken seven miles Gravity System, i? or rates, etc., OFFICE: Corner Bridge and Twelfth Streets. US VfcflAS, - 8. W. LEE, FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE ADirJ H. LAS VEGAS, THE LAS YEGAS GAH jQlTCID M. S. HART, SUPERINTENDENT. LAS VEGAS. MYER FRIEDMAN Sc BRO. Wool Dealers and LAS VEGAS. ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL. First Class in all MRS. M. A. HORNBARQER, Propiietress. Corner of Sixth Street FRANK T. A practical cutter with thirteen Peters & Trout's LANCASTER. OHIO. Astonishing Prices! Suits, $20 Can be found every morning at Rooms Plaza Hotel, Street Railroad Go. Cars run roenlarlv from Old to New ÍO OIOCÍ. m. uiwy.u.. Twenty-nye uonets can do procureu ior m m. - LAS VEGAS, BLACKWELL & CO Dealers In HEW MEXICO. H OTE MANAGEMENT. NEW MEXICO HUNTER & CO. AND SOFT COAL. NEW MEXICO BOTTLING ASSOCIATION PURA CO: WOBKB) and Clear Mountain Stream, the above the city and conducted by appiv to NEW MEXICO Superintendent. Merchandise WHITMORE, AGENT, NEW MEXICO. COKE CO, NEW MEXICO. Wholesale Grocers, NEW MEXICO- its Áppoirtments. and Douglas Avenue. ROBINSON, years experlencs, representing- Palace of Fashion Upwards! Satisfaction Guaranteed Plata fiVtel. Afternoon, on East Side. West Side, !Las Vegas Towr every thirteen minutes, and from . r, ffia f-ollth NEW MEXICO. LEGAL NOTICE. Territory or New Mexico, ft County uf San Minuet. t" In tbe District tJourl of 8a Mitcue! t'ountv. In the matter of the petition of William B. Tipton fur a comniipsioii to take the deposi tion of K pifan iu Vigil, in perpetuation of tbe same to be used in tbe oauae wheretu William Kroenlft- and o them are plaiuttflfo, ami Martha J . Tipton aud otbera are deleuU ants, numbered 2212, aud now pending In the District Court of the Kirttc Judicial Dis trict In San Miguel County, lu tbe Territory Of New Mexico. To Columbus Mofse, Louis Hu.Kuacher, Wll iam K roe u i if. Joseub H. Wat rout. J. II. Kiwir- Icr, attoruey for Host. lie V, Kuuuon aud her hnsband, Lonia Ken nod, Henry ii. Ureut Franela I. Brent. Karata C. Urrlek. Alexander Orrtck, Florida Sutherland, Dun i el W. Brent, Hujrh Bruut, il&Ue Humen, Frank HuUeu Washlbirtou Brown. Mtirv Brown, ttllzahclh Smith, James Hm.th, Mary Ueitler, William Beitlei, J amee Brown, Wyatt Brown, l liarles iiildoriileeve, aud the unknown heir of Jose Grefroro Trtijillo, deceased, and their asaitpis, aud all etnurawhom It doth or may cuueorn, or who may have or claim to have any Interest in i ne manors in liiiatton in tne sum aimve mentioned suit of William Kroenhr aud oLbem against Martha J. Tlptou, lireetiiiK: This in to irive you and each tit you notice. that upon the application of William n.Ttptiui, duly mada before the Hon.KiUhaV. Iconic. Chief Justice of the Supreme Court ot the Terri tory of New Me vico, and Judge of tbe First Judicial District Court thetonf, an order of said uourt wa auiy entereu ana ñauar ny i ne uiu Chief Justice, that a commission be unmed to tbe Clerk ol eaid Mrst Judicial DUtrb-t, in ac cordance with the prayor of the said applica tion of the said William B. Tipton, to take the deposition of Kplianlo Vigil and Rafael Vlll in (terpetuation r the same to be useu in tuo said cause of Wil Uiu Kroonur et al. against Martha J. Tipton et al.,aud ihut pursuant to the statute in such cases made and provided, I shall proceed, on the ttrst Monday in June, lBwtt, the same being the 7lh day of June, IoH, between the hours of V o'clock a. m.uiidtí o'clock p. m. of said dar, and if necensury be tween tne snine nours or me aay loimwinc, until the same be cera pie ted, at my ottice, In the court house in tbe town of Las Vegas, in the County of San Miguel, Territory of New Mexico, 10 itiau ine ueposiunus oí kumüiiio Viuil.a resident of the city of Santa Fe, County of -anta Fe, Territory of New Mexico, and Balael Vln', a resident ol the town of I'ccos, In the County of San MiRtiel. Territory of New Mexico. In Doruetual remembrance of what they may know and can any touching tlio nuk ing ana execution ol a certmn uocuiuenianu Instrument of wrHinar purporting' to have liven executed and made by one Uregotio Trujlllo as bis last will and testament in the year luM. devistuglila Interest in a certain trai t of lund knowu its "La Juuta" or 'aoolly Laud (J rant," situated In the Counties of Mora and San Miguel, in Bald Territory of Now Mexico, to oneDonaclAno Vigil, and toucoing any oilier matter or thing wild wilncspos may know con cerning the titles to said land, au that 1 shall con 1 1 une the taking of the oppositions ol said witnesses, if need be, from day to day, at the same plaoe and between the same hours, until the same ia ooiuileled, at which time and place von and each of you may attend hiuI cross-examine the said witnesses, it' you please. wiuifffH my nana tins lan uay oi April, A. H.t IStto. H. Johnston, Clefk ot the First Judicial Dutiict of the Ter ritory of New Menea, Jas. "H. lt'HiY, BKEKOKN St. V 1NCKNT, Solicitors for William B. Tipton. LEGAL NOTICE. Tekkitohit of Nkw Mexico, I Cottnty of Htm Mlguei. ( In the Prolulto Court of rWth Miguel CVltntv. To CoitiiulniH Milse, Louis .suldiaclicr, and the unknown heirs of .lose UrcgnrioTrtiJIIIi nml their assigus and all others whom It may concern. Take notsce that 1 will on Monday, (he 7th day of June, A. I.,1KI, at In o'clock in the forenoon of that day move the 1'rolmte Court of San Miguel Conntv. In the Territory or Now Mexico, before the Hon. severo Haca, Judge of said Com I, thai 1 lie will of Jose Gregorio Ti ujll o, now on tile In said conrt, lie approved and admitted to probate lu accordance with the appllcnti in II lid Willi tne said will, when aud wbera you can lie heard, if anything you have to say to tbe coulrury. William B TiiTON. I.R8 Vegas, New Mex-co, April IT, lstu), J . H. 1'UHIIV, liKHtiiKN Si Vincent. Holiiitori. ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. NOTICR 19 IlKKKBY GIVKV THAI' MY their deed of asalgnmeut Tor the benefit of creditors, M. UomeroftCo., Margarlto Ro mero and It. Jesus Márquez have conveyed and transferred to tho undersigned all their roal and personal property, with full authority to collect their assets ami pay tneir nami tica with the proceda thereof. All persona knowtiur themselves to be Indebted to said tlrm or individuals are notified to make ai-tlie- niciitw in I he undersigned: and all creditors of either are requested to present their claims to the uiiueraiguea wnaoui oeiny. MANUKL JaCA OltTK', Assignee. Las Vegas N. H.. January tl. 1080. ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. TkTuTICR Is hereby given that by thoir deed jy of assignment for the benefit of creditors Trinidad Homero, lirother and 8on, T. Komnro A Son, Trinidad Homero, Eugenio Romero and Borapio uomoro. nave conveyeu ano irans ferrelto the undersigned ail their real and iiertonal nrnnertv. Willi full autboritV tOCOl hii-.tlhelr assets and Iiav their liabilities With the proceeds thereof. All persons knowing themselves itineuiou to eiiueroi saiuurm.or Individuals, are notified to make settlement rithtbe undersigned, ami alt creo i tors o lther are requested to nresent their claims to the undersigned witnoutueiay. U JS. 11KUMHW1UK. Aa.iailDV. A. C. SCHMIDT, Manufacturer of Wagons and Carriages And dealer in HEAVY HARDWARE. Bverv kind of waiton material on hand HnroA abuelo and rtiualrliiB' a SDOOlalty, Uraud Avenue aud Seventh Btroet. üast Lat Veiras. W. T. THETKRTOH. WAIXACS ItaSSXLDKM. Katlmatne (riven on all kinds of work. t'llden Street netwpen Railroad Avenuo. and Grand LA8 VEGAS. (East Side) N. M FRANK LE DUO, Practical Tailor and Cutter. A Choice Selection oí Suitings, Coat' ings and Fantaloomngg. Always Cuarantee Satisfaction Went Bridgn Street. Lat Vegas. New Mexico PARLOR BARBER SHOP O. L. GREGORY, Tioprietor, Center Street.' East Las Vegas Gazette Job Office Caá lar eat wark aleker, la tetter style aad at lawsr prices Ibaa aay alhtr liles ta the City si Las Vegas. miin iinnnnaimv IlCi llüüEiODll I MR THE SPECIALIST. DR. WAGNER & GO. We offer no aooloer for derotlnr mi muok time and Rtltmtiou 1 this niucb-noglectpd china of dial-asea, bellpvinv tbat no condi tion of humanity is too wretuhed to merit tbe sympathy ami beat aervloea of Mm pro f.aaion to which we beloiur, many are innocent unVrcrt, and tbat the physician wbo devotes blinneir to relieving tbe afflicted and aav ln them from mru than deatb, la no lewe a philanthropiat and a bene factor to his race than tbe aura-eon or physi cian who by close application exoela in an, olbor branch or bla profession. And, form naiciy ior numanity, tne day ladawnluit when tbe false philanthropy that condemned tha Intima of folly or crime, like tho ieuera lin er tne jewinn law. to die unoarad fui passed away. YOUNG MEN Who may be suffering from the effecta of youthful follies or indiscretions will do well to avail themselves of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the altar of suffering: humanity. Dr. Wagner will guarantee to forfeit titiO lor every case of seminal weakness or private uiMwiu any aiiiu ami cnaracter wnioa rs undertakes to and falls to cure. MIDDLE-AG.ED MEN There are many at the age of 90 to AO who are troubled with too frequent evacuations ot the bladder, nfteu ac-cotupanled by a slight smarting or burning sensation, and a weaken ing of tne system 'n a manner the oatlent oan not account for. On examining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often be foun and sometimes small particles of albumiu III appear, or the color will bo or a thin, ilklsh hue. again cbansrlnr to a dark nj torpid appearance. There are many men who die of this dlUlouity, Ignorant, of lbs oause, blch is the second stage of seminal weak ness. Dr. W , vlll guarantee a perfect our 't ail cases, and a healthy restoration of the genito-urinary orgAus. Consultation free. Thorough examlnatlrn and advice fá. Bee the Doctor's additional advert aetnent in the Denver Dally News and rribune-Re publican au ootniminications should be addressed Vil. WAUNEll & CO. KM Ijirlmer Street. Address Mol Den ver, t!nlo. ''ut this out and 'alte along. OlO Main St., Kansas City, Mo. Treats all Nervous and Chronic Diseases. YOUNG MKN suffering with Weakness, Nervous Debility, liossol Memory, Despondency, Aversion to Society, Kidney Tronliles.ot any diseasesof the Uemto-llrlnary organs, cau here Hud a sale aud speedy cure. MIDDLE-AuED MEN. There are initny troubled with too frenuent evacuations of the bliidder, often acrompan- ieu uy a siigiii mnarciug or nurniug sensa tion, atid weakening of the system in a man ner the patient cau not account for, (In clam ping l mi urinary deposits a ropy still meat rill often be found. and sometimes small oai- tlclesnf albumen will appear, or the color be f n thin, milklah hue, again changluir to a lark or lorpld appearance. There are many men who die of this dlltlculty, Ignorant of the cause. Tbe doctor will guarantee a perfect cure In all such enses, and a healthy restora tion of the gen I'o-urinary organs. PROFESSIONAL. J T. IIOXTWK K, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Sixth Street, opposite Post Onice, LAS VEUA8, - . NKW MKSICO. J D. W. VEEDER, ATTORHEV AT LAW, Onlre In Klhlberg Blook, LAS VEQA9, - - NEW MEXICO. f OVISSl'LZBAl'HEK, ATTORWET AT LAW, OlUce: National St., opposite Court House, LAS VKUAS, - - NKW MEXICO, J.D.O'Uhtak. W. L. IIKCS, Q'HUVAN óc PIF.KCE, AITUKREIS AT I.AW, Olllcc in Sena Dulldlnr, Ovor San Mljnel Bank. LAS VEQA8. - NKW MEXICO. EMMETT, ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR, Olllcc, Stern's lllock, Brl.lt St., LAS VKOA8, - NEW MEXICO. J. H. k W. U, KOUOLER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Notarr Paiblie. OSioeoa Bridge street, two doors weifof Fostorlloe. LAB VXeAS. NKW MIXIOO Win. Breeden, W, A. Vincent. jjri:kden Vincent, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Practice in all the oourta In theTerrltorv. Win. M. Sloan manager ot the collection de partment First national jsanit uiock, LAS VKUAS . . NEW MEXICO. j it. i'i:'i"riJoii!M, m. i., COAaULTIHO PHYSICIAH Answers loltois of Inquiry fioiu Invalids, 1. U. Hoz JU, LAS VEÍ1A9 HOT 8PR1NOS, NEW MEXICO. J. B. UUÜLEV, M. I. Offloe! Slith SU near Douvlas Aye. Kesldonao: Main Rtroet. between rJaventh and KlKhtii. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. E. It. SKIPWITH, M. O. Oniceln Kihlberc niock. OfUce hours, from II to p. m. LAS TEOAS, . NKW MEXICO. g O. WOOD, ARCHITECT AMD ERCIslEER, Plans and sneciUcations mada for all kinds of construction. Also surveys, Oiaps and plats. LAS VEGAS, (-ttxtb Street) NKW MEXU.O. Ü R. r. H. WILSON, DENTIST- Office and residence Given's Block, west of Foatofnoe. LAS VRflAS. - NEW MEXICO jjR. OWLET. RESIDENT DENTIST, OCULIST AND AÜRIST LAS VEO AS, - - NEW MEXICO. Tbi RtTPRiMS corner or Nsw Mixloo, ) Ki.icha V. Lono, Chief Justice. Kant Fa, New Mexico, Jsn.i o. 8S.t Theliearerof Ibis la Dr. ulney, of Wsrnsw, Indiana. I have known him for tbe past nf teen yi-ars Hols a maa of strict Integrity, honorable in business, of line social and bus iness qualities, worthy the confidence of any communliy. lie was regarded aa one of Hie most accomplished dentists in Northern Indl ana. Ha has Riven special study and en joyed good opportunities as an ooonllst and aurtst. I take xreat pleasure In recommend in blm as In all respects reliable. ttespecttullr, Elihh T. Loko, Chief Juslios of K. M.