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VOL. XIH.-NO. 262.
LAS VEGAS, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1886.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
fBSTABLlSHED IN 1881.1
A. A. & J.H.WISE
Money to Loan
- ' HAVE , .
Improved ana Unimproved Property of every
teseriDilon to every portion of I lie oily ol
Las Vex as.
Business Lota to Lease,
Bitelne. Lota for 6al ,
Business Honaee lor Sale,
Residence Lota tor Lease,
Residences Houses for Sale,
oood Paying Business for Sale,
, Two Large Hanctaea for Bale Cheap;
County Herip Bought and Sold,
Gold Minea (Paying) for Bale,
KlnePaying Silver Mines for Sale.
Á SAVINGS BANK.
Laboring men can pnrchaae property of na
on monthly lnaUlliuonta Instead of paying out
that which oan never be returned KKKT.
Don't par rent. Com and look at our bar
alna on the Inatalluient plan.
CASH WILL. ALSO
Buy fine property at the very lowest market
prioe. We aleo have many apecial kargalna In
real aetata far below their cash varue. .
COR. 6TH AND DOUGLAS,
Opposite the new Brown Stone Opera Home
LAS VEGAS. - NEW MEXICO
T. B. MILLS,
Mines, Real Estate
. . ,
3 See on Bridge Street, near Pcktoitice, Laa
egas, wow ucjlicu.
warrants bough land sold, and all kinds of
jana scrip ooiujoi uu jiu .iv. .
ail classes of government land, sifty Im
proved and unimproved ranchea for sale In
Jtew Atexioo umu me neyuwiiu ui
Bracing traoia Irom25,oi0 to 1,000,00o aerea
NCII M IIVIU inc.; wuw ...... - -
n-1 -1 - r tr..n ii.fnTm.tUn a on t
unonapplioatlon.Hs.vlog bualoeaa eonnettl-o
with attorneys at Wa-hlne-ton. D. 0., wears
I - .! rranllnn 11 nrftBA
ting claims of every deaorlptlon aa-amst the
United Btates government. Coleotlons made In
Of Las Vegas.
GEO. J. DÍSKEL, President.
A. A. KEEN, Cashier.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANK
East Las Vegas, New Mexico
Bridge Street, Las Veeas, N. M.
Tropical and Domestic Fruits
IN SEASON. -
IMPORTED COODS OF ALL KINDS
J. S. ELSTON,
THOROUGH WORKMANSHIP ABO AM
Sixth St., Opposite Post Office
H. W. WYMAN,
Watches and Clocks Repaired.
PREPARING FOR WAR.
Grecian Troops Ordered to the
Destructive Stoims in Kansas
. and Missouri.
Interesting General News from1
" all Quarters.
Athens, May 7, The soldiers here
at the garrison have , reoeived with
clieers the order to march to the fron
tier. Tew file Bey, Turkish minister,
wnen ne departed nence today, took
with him all members of nis staff of the
1 urkisn legation and caused all his and
their personal e flee is to be removed.
Secretaries of other foreign legations
will remain in an unofficial capaoity for
a time at least. The Russian minister did
not leave wben the other ministers de
parted, not having been instructed to
do so. The Peleponesian army have been
ordered to Tbessaly. The movements
of the Turkish army threaten to make
Thessaly the scene of the first warlike
operations. The indications now ;-oint
to a lurkish advance by way of Larissa.
lneurei-K reserves at tbe Valo a-id
Valistino have been pushed to the front
and tbe government has announced its
intenliou of dofendinir O reek torritory
againsi any ana all advances by foreign
Athens, May 7 The government
bus sent gunboats to Constantinople to
take kway from the Turkish oapital the
Greek minister. Greek troops are be
ina hurried to tbe front with all 'possi
ble spued, i
All toreigu ministers have embarked
on vessels of tbeir respective nations to
depart from Uroece. Ibe powers
nave given orders to tneir rueis to
blockade tbe ureer ports.
The Greek fleet left Salarais and is
believed lo bave gone to faros. It is
uot believed here that tbe Russians will
take any share with the other powers
in the work of coercion against Greece
THE PROSPECT or WAR GOOD.
Two battalions of tbe other garrison
nave already started for tbe trontier.
Tbe soldiers went out with great en
tbusiatm. 1 bey will embark at Laun
uní in order to avoid tbe blockade sta
tioned to cover othor water routes. The
populate is enthusiastic oyer the pros
pect of war with Turkey. Soldiers are
paradingtbe streets, singing patriotic
songs, rnev are everywhere cneered
and are at present tbe most popular
persons iu tbe city. Large numbers of
soldiers remain hero. The foreign
squadron has returned to &uaa Day.
1 he Straggle (er W an Hating. ;
Washington, May 6.-The majority
of the bouse judioiary committee in re
porting adversely upon the proposed
woman suffrage amendment to the con
stitution submits but a formal report
recommending that the proposition lie
upon the table. The minority report
which is signed by Messrs. is. a. iavior
Hepburn, casweu ana nanney, com
ments upon this taot, but says: "The
im jortance of the Question of woman
suffrage is forcing its full discussion
everywhere, and tbe silence of tbe oom
mittee will bave no tendency to with
draw it from publio attention in a gov
eminent bv the people. The ballot is
at once a badge of sovereignity ana t s
meaus of exeroising power women are
Deoole and we submit Mat ibey are
neither. morally or mteiieotuauy inoa
ni.b e and that the necessity lor weir
disfranchisement cannot oe suggcsieu.
On the contrary we believe that they
are entitled to immediate ana absolute
nuiet Rt stared.
Cheyenne, May 7. The strike of ibe
Uukn Paciflo brakemen is ended at
this point and all the men reported for
duty this afternoon, excepting several
who were discharged vesteidav. super
intrndent Deuel sent out four freight
trains I rom this city and all the froigbt
Is moving between fsortto riatte and
Cheyenne. At Laramie today no at
tempt was mads to move freight owing
to the disappearance of coupling pins
and kevs to draw beads. If they are
not restored by the strikers it will take
some time to replaoe them. Une hun
dren deputy United States marshals
have been sent to Laramie and Rawlins
to protect tbe company's property and
assist in moving trains.
The Meaning o! It. '
Denver, Colo., May 6. President
Moffat, ot the Denver & Rio Urande
road, today said that the order of Judge
Hallelt as issued in the United States
circuit, court vesterdav for the toreólos
ureand sale of that road, when breifly
anmtnnil nn moans that under tbe reor
gauization the $38,000,000 of stock shall
stand as it is; mat me -:o, tso.uuv seven
per cent bonds, end the $20,008,000 in
nnrnnin bonds shall be exohanged
for the new if sue of four per cent bonds
tocóme out as soon as practicable alter
the sale. . '
Dublin, May 8. The Unlte-f Ireland
saysi The manifesto ot Air. uiaasione
tn his nnnaLituents Dorteads destruction
either of the Liberal party or the seoed-
ersfrom tnac ooay. aub uuuatueus
shows that the premier is possessed vt
result of Mr. Gladstone's acls, sars the
Euglis'h Democrats face to face against
i - , . 1 1;., l.
.! ha iA npinrr i an irían n n i
UlgUllJ SUU DOJUOUUSE.i . i
Dull Day la las lie.se.
Washington, May 7. After the rou
tine business was disposed of the con1
test for preoedenoe arose between pri
vata bnsinesv and the military approprv
ation bill which was resolved in favor of
the former and the bnuse went into a
committee ot tbe whole on (he private
Brighton Beach, May 6. The
weather was clear and warm and the
traes good. The first race was for
maidens of all ags, five furlongs.
Dahabiah won by a length; Fleetwing,
second, Performer, third; time, 104.
second race Selling allowances.
three-fourths mile. Endeavor won; Mil
ter, second, Liona Id a, third; time, 1:17.
Third race Selling allowances, three.
fourths of a mile. Valley Forge won;
Witch, second, Brunswick, third; time,
Fourth raoe Handicap, one mile.
Easter Sunday won; Tattler, second,
cuuauoT, imru, tiiun, i:t4t.
tilth race Hurdle bunüioap, one and
one lourth mi'es. Equsdor won;
Bonero, second. Britton. third: time.
Memphis. Mav 0. Track good: at
iirst race Ihree-aiurters of a mi e:
Lancaster won; Marr Kilis. second: Al
fred, third. Time, 1:18; mutuals paid
on held, 5.80.
second raoe New G&ydos hotel sail
ing sweep stakes, one and one-eightb
miles; Revoke was not headed and won
handily bv one length: MoBoming. seo-
ond; Woodward, third. Time, 1:58;
mutuals paid on Held, fs.üu. There was
no advance on entered selling; price-tor
Tbird raoe One and one-fourth
miles; Bob Swinim won easily; Keeue.
second, three lengths iu front of Leman,
third. Time, mutuals paid on
field, $7. K).
fourth race Une mile: Bluestone won
easily by ts lengths; Gerotia, second,
half length in front of Jim Nave, third.
It was a hard finish for place. Time,
1:48!; mutuals paid 19.60. No advanoe
on entered silling prioe for winnor.
Fifth race Puritan won by bait head;
Ourelan, seoond; Bucephalus, third,
three lengths off. Time, 3:00. No mu
tuals were sold. .
PlTTSBITBil- . Mav Ht. Imilla ft
I j - v.. ", W,
New York, May 6 -Metropolitans,
; Athletios, 1.
Brooklyn, 15; Baltimore, 13
New York, 7; Washington, 3.
Philadelphia. May 6. Philadelphia,
; Boston, 4.
Fierce Ralnslsrm la Miaaenrl.
Springfield, Mo., May 7. One of
tbe heaviest rainstorms ever known in
this section took place yesterday after.
noon, doing a vast amount of damage
both in town and the surrounding
oonntry. Tbe raiu was preceded by
hail, wbloh fell thick and fast for about
fifteen minutes, many of the hail stones
being from one-halt to two inches in di
ameter. Kim soon began to fall soon
after noon and continued to pour down
in torrents for nearly three hours,
causinsr all oreeka and braanhaa In Kn.
orne mare wollens-s! to jonng fences
ana ínumisting tne Dotioia land, and
badly damaging wheat and corn. Jordan
creek, which runs through tbe vlllaee.
rose very rapidly, driving iorty families
irom tueir uomes. some oi tne women
and children were carried out on horses
and the men's shoulders to escape
drowning; the water in plaoes rising
into me second story ol tbe dwellings.
About halt amileot the Gait railroad
track, within tbe o tv limit, was sub
merged and tbe grade so demolished
that trains cannot oass. Three of the
oity's wooden bridges were washed
away besides sections of tbe sidewalks
and basements of a number of tbe busi
ness bouses filled with water.
The Meth.dtst Caarch f .atk.
Richmond, Vs., May 6. The gen
eral oonttrence of the Methodist Epis
copal Church South today after-the
transaction of routine business, called
thed hga'es by conferences for the in
traduction cf resolutions. A resolution
was adopted for tbe appointment of a
committee to devise a plan by which
tbe entire cburon oan be called on to con
tribute to the expenses of tbe general
oonftranoe, A special committee on
rules reported rules of order tor the
government of the oonferenoe The
discussion of tbe rules occupied the en
tire day's session and alter thorough
revision and ameno went iney were tin-
ally adopted. Adloorsed.
Sensible Cs.l Mlaers.
Cleveland, May 6. Delegates rep
resénting 1,200 coal minors of the Ma
honing Valley, met today in oonyention
at Youngstown to consider the refusal
of operators to grant their demand for
an increase of ten cents per ton in the
price for mining, ibe convention de.
cidod not to strike fur the present. It
is probable tbe differences will bs sub
milled to arbitration.
Tb. M.sealer Rsaervati.n,
- Washington, May 6. Ia the senate
today the chair laid before the senate a
message from the president transmit
ting a letter from the secretary of the
interior, submitting a draft of tbe bill
recommended by tho commissioner of
Indian attatrs providing tor ino pay
meut for the improvumerits made by
settlers on tbe Mescalero Indian reser
vation in New Mexico,
New York, May 6. The earnings of
the Gulf, Colorado ii Santa Fe railroad
for the month of April were $157,600, en
inorease of $73,500. The earnings of
tK.e Oregon Bailway s W avigation oom
pany for tee month ot April were f ws,
400, an increase ot $77,870.
Rea""F tlan si w.rk. :
Chicago, May 6 A general resumo
tion of trafilo is coming on all western
roads,' aud every line has a large force
at work this morning, and in nearly
every lustanoe an treigbt ottered js be
ing panuieq. .
Will Star la BsU.
Boston, Mass., May 6. The Rev,
Phillips Brooks, who Is now in Chicago
en route for California, has telegraphed
to his parish that he will not leave Bos
ton to accept the bishoprioy for whloh
be pa been Dominated,
' TUK APACHES.
enatw fair'a Schema l ge I Taeaa .at .f tas
Washington, May 6. Senator Fair,
of Nevada, has written the following
letter to the Secretary of the interior,
setting forth plan ior the settlement
of , tbe , Apaohe question.
united Statss Senate, 1 .
' WAHBINama. I), t:.. AnHIH 18R8 r
To Hob. I Q.li, Lain .r, secretary of the in-
Dea Sir: I Inclose pamphlet of
which spoke to you yesterday. By
examining the map you will see the ex act
position of tbe Santa Catalina island.
It is isolated and loo far from shore for
any ordinary boat to reach it, and my
ideas are that if tbe Aoachos were out
on this island tbey would require no
guards and all that would be needed
would M a small steam tender and crew
to run between the island and the pert
of Wi'mingtou for purposes ot commu
nication' and supply. Ibis would, in
set th apache question at rest
forever, it would save the county many
valuable lives and the govern mi nt mil
lions ot money. Tbe title to the island
is perfect and ss near as I can remem
ber the price asked by the owners is
either $3 or $4 per acre. Owing to the
location of the island tbe climate is as
mild and salubrious as can be found
anywhero in the world. Should you
look with l ivor upon my suggestion as
to the value of this, island for Iho pur
poses named. 1 should bo glud at any
time to go mura into detail with you
upon the subject. 1 am yours very truly,
JAMES U. AIR.
Senator Fair, when sooken to uuon
the subject eaid he really believed that
the Indians would be
PLEASEP WITH (ANTA CATALINA
after they got there, although they
might possibly tight against going.
The island is situated in the Pac i So
ocean about Iwenty-five miles south
west of boa Aneóles. The climate is
delightful and tne fishing excellent.
Should tgiis island bs purohasod and
tbe Indiaps placed thereon it will for
ever pul an end to the annual summer
raids of tless Indians upon tbe unpro
tected wbiteAettlurs and tbeir families.
Tbe government should take some steps
in this direction looking to the protec
tion of ils eitisens,
HAIL AMD KAIN IN KANSAS.
A Terrlfie SI iraasf Hall-Windows Shattered,
and Frail Tree, and Creas Des trsred.
Kansas Citt, May 6. A terrible bail
storm prevailed on the line of tbe At
chison, 1'opeka & Santa Fe railroad
near rmrecoe this afternoon, tifty-four
panes of glass were broken on the Cali
fornia express train on that road, in
cluding all bet a solitary window on tbe
north side of the train,' The Stones were
of imntense síseseme measuring four
taches dhí íoter. - Awarding lo the
report ot in train men tne storm lasted
an bour and a quarter. An immense
rain tall succeeded, flooding tbe coun
try for miles around.
Fort Scott, Kansas, May 8 A ter-
rifio rain storm occurred about noon
today. The rain came in torrents for
two boors s nd caused a great overflow
in the streets. Tbe damage to streets
and sidewards will reach several thous
ands of dollars. .
THE HEAVIEST EVER KNOWN. .
Osage City. Kansas, May 6 The
heaviest rain and hail storm ever
known in this part of Kansas took place
yesterday. It began ab ut 11 ti m. end
lasted thirty minutes. The ground was
covered with hail stones, and many
places tilled up several inches deep.
Eighty per cent of all expospd window
glass on tbe norm side of houses is
broken. Tho storm came from tbe
northeast aud did not extend more
than a mile west of the Santa r e road.
At this point the rain fell in great tor
rents. The country is flooded Tbe
damage to tbe fruit trees and growing
orops has been very large.
Na Thanks far Mr. OladsUae.
Washington, May 6. The house
committee on foreign affairs today had
a resolution introduced by O'Neil, of
Missouri, thanking Gladstone for bis ef
forts to seoure home rule for Ireland.
now uuder discussion. No action was
taken. The discussion indicated a dis
position on tbe part of tbe comm .ttee to
allow the resolution to lie on tbe table
in the committee room,
They Will Prelect G.veraaaenl Properly.
Washington, May 0. The existing
labor troubles was tbe topic of discus
sion at the oabinet meeting today, In
oourse of whloh the riots at Chicago and
Milwaukee and elsewhere were referred
to with a view of taking such precau
tionary measures tor the protection of
government property as may be found
Saccharine Reduction .
San Francisco, May 6. The Califor
nia Refinery reduced prices on all
grades ot sugar on tho 4th instant. The
cut was made by the American refinery
yesterday, which went a quarter of a
oent better. Tbe California refinery
mot the reduotion today and dropped a
quarter of a oent lower.
Oil Taake .si .a Fin.
Washington, Pa., May 8 At 12:80
this morning the tanks ot tbe Thayer
No. 1, were set on lire by an inoendiary
and are now burning. Tbe Are spread
to tbe derrick of tbe Gordon No. 1, a
few rods distant, which was burned to
tbe ground. Tbe workmen saw a man
running from the tanks.
Will Osaeee Hans. R.le.
London, May 8.- Lord Harrington
has oocsented to introduos in the house
of commons a motion to reject Glad
stone's borne rule bill in its second
' Falling Oil.
New Totk, May 7. The business
failures in the last seven days in the
United States and Canada were 199 as
against 207 ism wees.
Ckalera Baaifa.l. ,
Rome, May 8. Twelve new eases of
linlar. anI An tAath. frnm thm His
ease were reported in Vicenza yester
Rome, May ti.-It is officially an
nounced that the archbishops of Rennes.
Rheimes. Sens, Baltimore and Quebeo
are to be created cardinals.
1 ke Cklaeee Qneetl.a.
Rome, May 6. Notwithstanding tbe
Objection of France to tbe appointment
of Papal nuncio at Pekin, the pope in
sists upon establishing direct relations
with China. M. DeFreycinet, French
prune minister, is negotiating with the
yatican witn the object of establishing
a "modus Vivendi."
MARKETS BY TELEtiltAPH.
Llv. SUck Markets.
Kansas Citt, Mays.
Cattle Receipts. 764; shipments, none;
market active and 10c higher fur snipping and
butchers; others, tlrm; choice to fancy, $3.10
I5.I; fair to ood. S4.90 al 5.0J; common to
medium, ftooSt.60; atockera and feedcra,
S3.Ct 30; Cows, $2 6u,á3.6v.
Chicaqo. May S.
Ca ri, Receipts, 4,100 market, tlronji at
10. 1 fto higher: .tipping- steers, 930 to 1,600
pounds, l.;ios.vs5; stookora and fenders
$3 0. (5,! 75; through Texas cattle, t3.KWSt.7o
Ohicaoo, May 7.
Wheat Closed a abad, tinner; cash and
May, 76X , June, 81 1-W,
Corn Easy; oaah and May, 84?í ; June, TOH.
Pork Weaker; cash, 8.S7S4I luna, 8
LARD-Eaay; ossu; 6.88!4; June,. 13.
Nsw I.rk Meaey.
New Yore, Mays.
Money: I1 per oent. Bar Silver; il.ogv
Belden & Wilson,
Bridge Street, Las Vegas.
All goods are delivered free in the' city
Bridge St., near Carette Office,
,i Just reoeiVBd a Un Una of
Fruits, Nuts, Confectionery.
A FINE SUPPLY OF APPLES
Of West Las Animas. . ; Colorado,
HAS Ji sr UNLOADED IN LAS VRQAS A OAR LOAD OF
Fine Hereford Cattle !
Fur Blood and Registered and from the Bent Herd in '
AN OPPORTUNITY FOR BUYERS.
For Particulars Inauire of
T. O. XjiE-AJRsY cfb CO.
J. w BAR.TIETT,
" DEALER IK
Bridge St Jest las Vegas,
J. J. FITZGERRELL,
Financial Agent for Capitalists.
Cox. Grand Ave. and Center St.
Las Vegas. New Mexico.
A SPECIALTY MADE IN INVESTING ANO
LOANING MONEY FOR EASTERN CAPI
TALISTS, or whom i have a Large
LINE Or CORRESPONDENTS.
f have UNUSUAL FACILITIES lor the
IVKSi KJATlON ofTifLES and aTHOKOCGH
KNOWLEDGE of the PEOPLE, enabling nie
to nuke IN VESTMENlB of all Mods, auch as
the purchase of RANCH, GRANT and CITY
PROPERTY, and making LOANS for CAPI
TALISTS to bettor ADVANTAGE than they
oan for TUEMSKLVEa.
There Is a grand future before NEW MEX
ICO. Busli.eee ia beginning to look up rap
idly. Now ia the time to make Inveatmeats be
fore prices advanoe too high
There has been a marked Improvement Is
REAL ESTATE during tbe paat 00 daya, and
thore la no doubt the oom Ina spring will li
nóes a sharp advance in RE AL EST ATE, when
those who made Inveslmeuta in property will
reap a rloh reward.
Tne Incoming tide of business Itnprovenent
Is beginning to be felt and will cause a genu
ine Iraoiu tbe coming year. Now la the time
to Invest. "A hint to the wise la sufficient."
1 HAVE FOR SALE one of the best paying
well established manufacturing enterpriaea In
the Territory, i an be bought to an advantage.
1 HAVE FOR SALE one of the beat business
coiners In the oity, renting for 2(1 per cent on
1 HAVE FOR SALE an elegant piece of resi
dence property In an eioollent neighborhood,
that la paying to per oent on tho Investment.
I have a business opening fot SA.0OO ta lio,.
000 that ia absolutely safe, and will pay from
SO to 25 per oent on the Investment.
TO RANCH AND CATTLE INVESTORS, I
have a tine Blocked ranch for aale that will pay
a lanre Interest on the Investment. Come and
see my list of grant, ranoh and oattle Invest
ments before purchasing elsewhere.
I HAVElho largest line of rents, Improved
and unimproved property lor sale to be found
In the city.
FOo. BARGAINS of all kinds In REALES
TATE call on FirZGERitELL, you will llud
him alive to busiuesa Intereats and courteous
to all. Before investing, oall and see him.
Fiugerreil'a Guide lo New Mexico, free to
Park Drug Store
Second door from Post. Office.
S. A. NORTH & BRU.
v .Prescriptions a Specialty.
OPEN ALL NICHT, ;
Choice Wines and Liquors for
. Medical Purposes. ' ;
A FIRE LIHC OF CIGARS. ;
Gold Watches, Diamonds, : '
Silver Watches, Gold Chains,
Pins and Sleeve Buttons,
Silverwares Filigree Jewelry.
Repaying of Fine Watches a
do. 324 R. R.Ave. East las Vegas,,
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