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- O-Tate ealy paper let Nnr Unlet receiving Associated rreae tele graphic report. I V f ( ESTABLISHED 1ST. tytwtiahel la Ike leadla eiir Ter rttery ef New Mexlee. VOL. XIIL-NO. 207. LAS VEGAS, FRIDAY, HORNING, MAY 14, 1886. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. i EST A BUSHED IN 1U1 I.A.&J.H.WISE Ilonoy toloan "REAUESTATE. í,kl,!siu,Tji.' w V s. " Improved and Unimproved Property of erar ieecrimloe Id every portion o( ut alt; of ;0uslne Lots to Lease, , ' I a .limine bote for bait, ' , , Builne Houses for Bale. Residence Lot for Lease, . Residences Boom for Sale. , - , - . AND . ' aY Wood Paring Business for Sale, j r. , w Two Largi Ranches Tor Bala Cheap, ' County Ber-p Houtht and Sold, Uold Minea -faying) for Sale, Fine Faying Silver Minee for Sale. A SAVINGS BANK. Laboring men can pnrohaee property of at on monthly Installment Instead of paying out that which cao never be returned RE NT. Don't par rent. Com and took at Our bar. J shaven the installment pisa. : , 4 I! CASHWILL ALSO V - .. ... .- t i f . 4 . Buy fine property at the very lowest market prloe. We alto hsve many special bargains In . real estate far below their eash value. . COR. 8TB AJID DOUGLAS, ' Opposite the new Brown Stone Opera House. tíUMISE " "XAS VEGAS? '1NEW8MEXIC MEXICO j , .i f , i i t; B.: MILLS, i .,-. .Mines, Real Estate v- LIVE STOCK,""" " v 1 s..i.lMFOVBIUEtCBjJ8; 3See on Bridge Street, near PcetoOoe, Ls. Veteas, New Mexico. , . . .All kinds oft errltorlal an! eonnty bonds end v'' " wsrraa is bous bland sold, snd all kinds nf land scrip bought and sold which will locate v all classes of government land, fifty im proved and unimproved ranohe for sale in Kew Mexico and the Republic ol Mexico, em bracliw trsois trom ,. to l,0U0,KKi orea each at from twenty cent to One dollar vr . . ore. Title t-erfeet. rull In fijrwat n . seot . vpnnapDlICBbiva.tzwTTTiKTitniiurvs ww ... -a wl'b aitornt-ys at Wexhinarton. I). C, wear ' pn pa?d leglve psrticular attention to prose ' ait aeiaims of every description agsia-t the Cnued States gover-rmini. Coleollons made In any oart or tne loiruorv. ft CiM Of Las Vegas.; GEO. J. DINKEL, President. " A. A. KEEN, CwWer. CAPITAL - - $50,000 ' TEANSACrH A GENERAL BANK INU BUSINESS. EattLas Vegas, New Mexico, TROPICAL STORE. tD' BOFFAs-::v', . Bridge Street. Las Venas. N. M. Tropical and Domestic Fruits " . in SBASOK. - ' ' IMPORTCO GOODS OP ALL KINO Confectionery, Cigars, . ." " ' AND . TOBAOOO. J. 8. ELOTOW, PAINTER, . PAPER-HANGEB, AND .DECORATOR. .-i.. - -'a ..-.fir- - i ÍHOHOUOU WORKUANSHIP ABD AM ' ' PLC FACILITIES Sixth St. Opposite Post Offloe, :;kh.w.wyman,v The Joi7ólor. HYatches end Clocks Repaired. CEXTER STRIET.' TERR1B1EST0RUS Resnlt in a Great Flood At Xenia, Ohio. la which' Orer Iwentj People Are -Drowned. The Jury In tbe HuRhes Case Fall to Agree on a Verdict. Plain Talk From Americans to Captors of the Adams. The Intrestlrif llappenlngs of Day Thronghont the World. A Plead Ceases a Pearls! Less of Life la. Xeaia. Oht. Colümbds, O., May 13. A Xenia special ass: There was a terrible wind and rain storm at ten o'clock last night, 'accompanied by' a wonderful electrical display. Tne water backed up at tbe lower end of tbe town, along Sbawnee creek, In wavts fifteen or twenty feet hint), and sweat twenty or or thirty bouses away and did $100.000 wortn of damage. The gas works are flooded, end the town is in darkness and terror. Theories of the people in the flooded districts were awful to bear. Bonfires were lighted snd people work ed all night to remove the bodies of tbe dead and save property. Twenty bodies wars recovered, and there is still a number miesintc. W bole families per ished in the flooded 'districts. ; There was great damage to property in tbe surrounding country and the extent of the damage , cannot tnow be even ap- The following is a list of tbe dead so (ar as is known: airs. Mottle Anderson and sister; Mrs. Cssey, a widow; Mrs. Samuel Cochran and two son; Mstt Evans, wife and child; Ornn- Morris, wife and Ore children; Stepnen Dalton, William Powell, wife and seven chil dren. Lewis Anderson and wife and Mrs. Ed. Lindsay.' - T t - Caaflrmtleas. Washington, May 19. Confirmations today by the senate were J. U. Futman, of Ohio, to bs consul general at Bono lula. I .U Ij .-. i i-. ' : fieoelvers of tnblio monies T. L. Bovd. Bayfield Wis.: H. S. Howell. ueiena. montana. t Registers of land offloee WmvC. L. mrd WikMa.Eu.t-U W. Lm borne, Helena, Montana, E G. Shields, Las Cruces, N. M. : J. B. Webb (Jrosie, wis. - Collectors of onstoms A.Z.Zeberger, Chiongo, 1IU. ; Conrad Seipp, Milwau kee; John Cadwalader. Fbiladelphia; tiooen unrneit, collector of internal nia; D. Z. Yottand J. E Tncker, to be assistint appraisers of mercnandise. st San Francisco. . Postmasters- E. P. Monee. Bnseman. Montens; R. B. li lover. Olvmois. Washington Territory. An Emkexxellag peetaaaaler. Albuqdírqce," N. M.. May 13. A telegram was received here tuday by Inspectors King and Waterbury, of the arrest at Largo, N. M , of L, Bethune, postmaster, for emoezienng fauu from registered letters. Jnspeolor Freder ick captured bim at Tierra Almarilla, and Iospeotor Waterbury has gone to Chama lo assist in bringing him to Santa Fe fortrial. Tks Chinese ladeasally Bill. ', Washington, May 18. In tbe house today tbe bill appropriating moneys to Indemnity the Chinese settlers for loss es sustained by tbe action of a mob at Rock Springs. Wyol. was discussed bat no action was tasen on sume, uunng tbe progress ol tne debate Mr, Carey, of Wyoming, said: He favored the ab solute proniDition oi uninese immigra tion, and held that the responsibility for tbe mob at Rock Spriogs rested no on congress, on account of its refusal to listen to tbe demands of the people of the Pacino coast for such prohibition. . ., . Tks Effect sf tks Storm la Okie. Hamilton, Ohio, May 13. The wind and thunder storm whioh passed oyer Butler oounty Wednesday night has ont Hamilton off from all telegraph, tele phone, railroad and mail communica tion with tbe outride world. Reports from the surrounding country come in slowly and are very meagre, Four barns were struck by ligntniog and the buildings and contents were lost. Seven bridges in ibis oounty wtre car ried awsv. Two railroad brido-es on the Cinoinatti. Richmond & Chicago and two on tbe Cinoinatti, Hamilton & liayton. no trains are tunning on either of the roads named. So far no loss of life is reported. . - Wrecked by Waskeals, Indianapolis,. Ind., Msy 18. Tbe Wabash, St. Louis & PrfbiQo east-bound passenger train struck a washout sis milos below Lafayette at 2;S0 o'clock this morning, throwing the whole train. consisting of seven coaches, from the . . L. ' . ' 1 ...... r.. tilt MnnM ..nk irojU. JUOV.t, "Ol. r.igu HIVU ,WU other promiscuously, but no one was seriously hurt. Tbe baggage and ex. press cars are a total wruca. - ' " "' ":r" Live SUck Btarksta, '"" . ' v : Kansas Citt. Msy 18. Cattle Receipts, 1,078; shipments, none. Market strong and active. Hood to choice, 6(i 10c higher: choice to fancy, $5.1C$5.80; fair to good, 84 ?5 85 000; common to medium, $4(34.60; stockers and feeders, $3.604-80; common, $3 0US3.70. ' Sheep Receipts 814; shipments, none. Market aniet and steady. Com mon to medium, $3.00$3.00 good to choice, f8.WCf w. . at array a Msvauaa. . ,, Salt Laxe, Utah, May 18. OoveraA Murray in an mterriew with your cor respondent ;todsy said: "If tbe tt'is patches are oorreot tbe president Is sadiy mistaken in his reason for reoom mending congress to resusoiate the latT legislature of Utah, the record of whioh ta tilled with attempt, at siallifioation, I agree with the Mormon agents aV Washington that we should baye leg islation to carry on the gotera me nt of Utah. Ooogress cando this; it not, at least, let it give as a legUliture com posed of those who bear allegiance to tbe government whether they be elected by the people or appointed by the presU dent. Tbe constant effort of the last legislature was to deleat tbe execution of the laws of oongrest against poly, gamy and oontinue the unlawful terri torial government in defiance el all national laws as interpreted by Attorney (enera 1 Garland. The Utan commission and courts. As govH ernor, i usea eyery enort, ana present' ed to tbe legislature measures by wbiob tne territorial Institutions could be sus talned in accordance with the laws of congress. . This they shunned, and rather than yield obedience to national laws, the legislature saoriHoed ibe pnb lio school, left the Insane asy'ums un oared for. tbe courts without means, and then- in Wasninarton charged the failure upon the governor, in a bops to continue their unlawful and treasonable territorial government. There is no place for such a government on this continent, and congress should not pais or the president sanction any measure before eoogrets to approve their re cords, but should take auch action as to demonstrate that our next legislature should at least - be an American and loyal body." Tka Tlrúasa f the AtUca Storm.. ',' Indianapolis. May 18. An Attica special glyes the following list ot the dead and injured from yesterday's storm; ', Killed Mrs. Jot Avis. FamIIv inlnrfliiwMr. tfArohnid Utra . Abe Nathan. Wm. Vandaventer. Jamna Idle. i ' , .- . v. . , Severely injured Mrs. Kirby and son. Reed Bradley, Rob Parish, Mrs. Moore, Courtney Moorebead. ' The loss of nroDertv will axnned $30,000. - ; Tke SUrai Kla Ranspaat. Indianapolis, Ind., May 18. A storm passed oyer Kempton, thirty nine miles east of Lafayette, on tbe Lake-Erie ft Western railroad, about 8:80 o'oiock last evening, unrooting houses, tearing down trees snd feno s and carrying everything before it. One man was killed aud a number are re ported seriously wounded.' Several washouts occurred below bere on tbe Louisville, New Albany and Chicago and Wsbasb 4oads. A number of build loir were struck, by UgitttMna; and oo siderable property wa destroyed. 81ral(kt Valttd Statos Talk. Digbt. Novia Scotia, Msy 18. The following notion was seryed upon those in possession of the schooner David J. Adams this morning: To Captain Scott, commander of the marine police and all persons whomso ever concerned, holding or detaining tne sonooner . uavia J . Adams, la so notice: The undersigned bereby pro test and objsot to the illegal seisure snd detention of said vessel and demabd its immediate restnrstion to its lawful mas ter, t urtber tske notioq that the owners and parties interested in ssid vessel in tend to bold tbe parties who seised said vessel, ss well as those that msy have her in custody, or may detain hor, li able for all damages consequent upon her seizure and detention. fhe above was sio-ned bv CaDtain Kinney, master of the Adams, and countersigned and concurred in bv Consul General Pbelan. , v Tke .Praepsels far Tariff Talk aad Adjsara- sssat . Denver, May 13. A Washington speoial to the Republican ssys: A care ful canvass ot the house membership msde today develops the fact that it is equally divided upon the question of adjournment, one side being of the opinion that tbe tariff bill will fall of consideration, in which case adjourn ment oan be accomplished by tbe mid dle ot July, while the other side express the belief that the friends of the tariff bill have a narrow majority sufficient to assure Its consideration, whioh would prolong tbe session until late in August. Tk Dantas to the ftallread. Indianapolis, Msy 18 All railways leading west from Indianapolis are ser iously crippled. On the Pan Handle it la said tbe amount of track wash ed out between here and Bradford will aggre- Sate five miles. The damage on the ee Line is also very heavy and tbe east ern division of the Indianapolis.Bloom- ington & Western is so crippled that the company wi 1 not attempt to move any trains before Mondsy. , .-- , . Tke Hiaaafaelarer's strike. ; Chicago, May 18. This eveniag at 6 p. m.. In accordance with the decision of tbe Wholesale Manufacturera' asso oiation of Chicago, the gigantic lock out was inaugurated here. All manu facturers nounea their cutters teat lor tbe present no further work would be given out. Tbe middle men will bold s meet ins: tomorrow to take notion con cerning tbe dilemma in which they are placed by the wholesalers ioceoui. - - ". - Base Bali Detroit, May 18. Boston, 8; De troit, ..-'' Philaelphia. May 28 The Atele- tio and Brooklyn game, scheduled for today, wss prevented by tbe rain. - Kansas Citt. Msy 18 The league base ball gSme was postponed on ac oount of ram. - St. Loots, May 18. Washington, 8; at, Louis, , - - - - ' , . flea to) Olery. . Columbos, Ohio, Msy 13. Urover was executed here today at 1 a. m. ' He Drotnsted bis Innocetoe on the sos Hold Ha exhibited areat nerve and showed very Utile emotion as be announced bimseii ready to die. A Disagree a, eat la the Bagbee ase. ' Special to isa Gizrna ALBCQCERJüE, May 18. After being oloseted thiny-six hours, with, but one meal, tbe United States petit jury in the Hughes osss came ih and agreed to dlaagree.'Tns'not known whether a new trial will be had this term or not. The attorneys for the defendant have not moved for a pew trial. Hughes and Clark wbo were .jointly' Indicted were so tried. There wss no evidenoe show, tog any guilt on the part of Hughes. Both gave bonds for their, appearance Tom Hughes' many friends in this section will be pained to read that the jury before whom he was tried have disagreed, as thoy all know that he is petidcily honest and believe that the charge against him resulted only from the careless management of the postof hce by his deputy, for wbiob bets htU responsible, b ut will never entertain the idea that be was guilty of any crim inal action id tbe mailer. Tk Extant ef the' Sterns Which Deveaiated ' Eeala. Cincinnati, Miy 18 The storm of last night, which did such fearful work at Xenia, Ohio, was far reaching: ' It is beard of in Illinois, through Indiana and Ohio, and at Winchester, Virginia. Here there has bear an unusual electri cal disturbónos tor the past three eights, Tbe counties of Montgomery, Clark, Butler, Warren and . Greene lie aijaoent in Ohiond fotra antlevated ilttleau with but shallow Valleys and owbil's. In these counties are tbe towns Ot Day ton. Springfield, Hamilton, Lebanon and Xsnia. Ia the eastern couuty of Indiana, adjoining this dis trict, is Connt-llsviile; at all of these 'places the rain of last night was of the heaviest volume evet .known; at Dayton it measured four and a half inches in bout three hours. . Defiant Mermens. Salt Lake, -Utah, May 18. Govern or West today Wont to the penitentiary to talk with tbe polygamous convicts there. He asked if they would be will ing to promise obedinnoe to tbe laws if he would use bis influence to have ex ecutive cl.mency extended them. Lorenzo Snow said be would not, and added that he did not blame those who prosecuted bim, any more thanhedid those who persecuted Christ and early Christians. He also said : ' We, follow ing the direct command of God, canuol give way to the law of man." Govcronor West considers that this leaves not a leg for tbe convicts to stsnd on in their cry of persecution; be thinks that President Cleveland would probably have listened to a recommen dation for leniency, but the Mrmona ieavw.no oppormmiy lor its eiero.se. ' Of iatertffftfAa-WTre--. i- Washington, May 18. The bill has passed tbe senate creatiug a now judi-, olal circuit of the United States. In this bill tbe eighth circuit is msde to in clude Nebraska, Kansas, Arkansss and Colorado Tje ninth to momas Min nesota. Iowa and Missouri, and tne tenth to iuolude California, Oregon and ?i evada. Xbe bill sHo provides tnai he present judge of tbe ninth circuit, as berate fore constituted, (being Cali fornia, Oregon and Nevada) shall be the judge I tne new tentn circuit ana the uresideut ehslt sppoint a judge for the new ninth circuit, - . " - A Bitter Blew. - Indunapolis. May 18. The Jour nal's Greenfield, Indiana, special re corta that news basreached that puiui from Wilkinson, fifteen miles d .slant, on the Indianapolis, Bloomington & Western railway, mat tne atorm oi yes terday blew down all the buildings in the town except three. Samuel T. White was killed ana cis who was ia tally injured. A- boy ntmed Shaffer w.a b1.a Irillari nit ahmlt tWAntV DSN sons seriously hurt, several of whom will die. - Diet f er Want ef a Martgaga. Newafcb, toioh., May 18. Henry H. Miller, a farmer aged 70, this morn ing burned down bis bouse and barn and then blew off his head beoause bis wife refused to mortgage the property now in her name. The couple bad been married fiftyyears. .aislaras kc sellara. " Washington May 13. Tbe seizing of tbe American . fishing schooner Adams at Digby, Nova Scotia, wss one of tbe topics considered at the meeting of tbe oabinet today. But no action was taken, nntu othoial documents in the matter are presented. v A Bee at fer Batas Batter. Denver. Msv 18. Ibe produce ex change today passed . a resolution strongly condemning tbe proposed leg islation against uieuiuraiK" "o uuiiioi, .1. nn...u...l Kail knlntf nnnsiH.raH nrfl. judicial to the oattle interests of tbe west and a 'soagaiust me, wisnes oi tun laboring olees The KlUfton Camp. The mining camp at Kingston is mak ing remarkable strides in tbe direction of a divideod-psyicgand most profitable camp to those wbo are fortunat enough to have interests there, t ne , jungsion camp has tbe quality oi perruaneooy The mines are all ibe while growing better, and as a wealth producer where the ore does the talking and not tho mouths of men, Kingston stands today as one of ibe best, ifnoi the very best, nam o in New Meneo. striKes oi rich ore are being made there continually and that locality is enjoying an exaltar ation in a business way that is having a healthful effeot on every other mining esmD in the territory. Tbe conditions in every particular tor successful min ino- tbere are excellent, and the men engaged in the industry are realizing some of the dreamt of wealth that come to everyone under the fasoinaiing spell of searching for . tbe rloh . orea of tbe eattb., THE Gizettb was permitted lo dav to read a letter writted by a trust' worthy, conservative business man ot thatoamotoa friend in Las Vegss. Tbe gentleman, among ciber items of iterest, ssid that a rich body of ore bss just been struck on tbe Oomstock mine by one ot tbe lessees. a Mr. Charles Can field. So It goes. News from the Kingston camp is of that cheerful tone wbioh is an assurance that tbey bsva a good thing there and will stay with it. Bualness Ctaaatgea tat New Hexlco. The Bradstreet's agenoy reports the following buunrss changes in New Mexico during tbe past week; ' . Albuquerque Charlea E. Cramer, grocery and candy; sold candy butincst to D. W. Brown: ; " Golden i "-Mc'reHi, gehersl store, sold out to Franco Frank. Lss Vegas rFleits A Co., Dinning milt, judgment vs E. A. Flelts, $370, G'iod all & Oznne, drugs, sold out to G. A. Sanford. Springer August Peters, leased to Harry Wilcox. ssloon. 0. L HOUGHTON. WHOLESALE A camelete line ef STOVES, FIRE ARMS AND AMMUNITION. Lanrest sldnk in New Mexico In the Hsrd- ware Line Barb Fence Wire At mannf cturer's prices wlh aotuM freight afldsd. aianulaoturer of all klada of Tin,i Ooppor AND SHEET IRON, , lis , Stoiea i a East and .- Vegas. "West Las NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Bida will be reoetverl bv thi s oretnrr of (he I PWe H tel Jomoany until M -ciny, Mar IT, t rt a oonairuetinn of sene- and a snnol Tb right to rejeri a ij and all bid. Is r-.rvad ATUCvanraa. I Horcfords. Of West Las Animas. MAS SWt UNLOADED IN Hardware Fine Hereford Battle ! Pure Blood and Registered and from the Best Herd in . " tbe West. AN OPPORTUNITY FOR BUYERS. . For Particulars inouire of ; 1 eT. O. J-MEUkJEVSr 1 dli CO., At Stock SEALER IH FIHE JEWELRY OI" DVDHT aVArcff. dUti. ij tffy -.T II b ii. ms ll NSTiJi :IÉ St Jest las Vegas, No. SSMBLIaHBD 1880, J. J. FITZGERRELL, Í Real Estate -AND- Financial AíSii Cok. Grand AyeSt . . Las Was. - N e ASPBniALTVMADK IN INVESTING AND LOANING MONET FOR K ASTERN OA PI TA LIS 1 8, or whom i havb a Laugh LINN OP 0ORRESPUNDK.NTS. - I have UNUSUAL FAOIMT1E8 tor the ITESl'IGATION ori'ITLES andaTlloKOOGU KNOWLEDORof the PUOPLU, enabling me to saake IN VESTMBN i S of all kinds, such as the purchase of RANCH, GRANT snd CITT FKCKKTY.andmaktne; LOANS for CAPI. TALIsTá to bettor .l) VANTAGE than they can for TUBMSKLVEH. 'I here la S grand future before NX W If S X ICO. Bust a-s Is beginning to loos up rap idly. Now Is the time to aake lnvestme.U be fore prices advanoe too high ' Th-re has neen a marked Improvement la REAZj ESTATK during Ibe past 0 day, and ther la no doubt the comm. aprlng will wit nees a sharp sdvanco In REAL ESTATE, when those who male iovesunents In p.operty will reap a rich reward. Tne Incoming tide of business improvement ia DOKinnlng to be felt and will cause a genu ine boom the coming year. Now Is the time to invest. "A bint to the wise la sufficient. ' I HAVE FOR SALE one of the beet uaying well established manufacturing enterprises In Iho Territory. so be bou un to an advantage. IHAVt FOR 8Al.lt one ol tbe best business no i ners 'n the city, renting for SO per cent cn me investment i I HAVB F"R SALE an elegant piece of real dence property in an excellent nehrhnorbood, that ta pay lng Í0 per cent on the investment. - I bare a business opening- fot S5,iKK) to $10, 000 tbat is absolutely safe, and will pay from SO to 25 uer oent i'n the Investment. TO RANCH AND CATTLE 1WVESTORS, I have a Hue stocked ranch for sale that will pay a iars-e Interest on the Investment, Come and see my list of grant, ranch and cattle tnreat ments before purchasing elsewhere. , I HA vb the largest lina t .rent. Improved and unimproved property lor sale to be found in the city. FOa. BARGAINS of all kinds In REAL KS TATE call on FirZGKRttELL, ynu will Dud biro alive to husmeas Interests snd oourtoous to all. Before Investing:, call add see him. . Fltzgerreu's Oulde lo New Meiloo. tree to sit . . t Second door irom Pofet Offloe. I. iÁÍ HOKTH & BE0. Drugs, unemicais. Freacrlptlons a trecialty. OPEN. ALU NICHT, Cnoioa Vines and Lianors for Medical f urposes.. A riRE LINE OF CIGARS. Herefords. -, - - . -Colorado, LAS TEOAS A CAR LOAD Ot Grower Offloe. ' .' '. ID33MOrt.IXTICISr. Gold "Watches, Diamond, Silver "Watches, Gold Chains. ' .'. Bracelets, ' Pi& and Sleeve Buttons, . , , .. . . . Silverware, Filigree Jewelry. Repairing of Fine Watches a 1 Srjeclaltv. '. . ParkDrug Store 324 R. R. Ave; East Las Vegas.