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CTFablIshea la lk leaning cltyval rltory ! Mexico. Cf-Tlae nly pa la Haw Slexlcn receiving and publishing the fall Associated Frees tele graphic report. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. VOL. XIII. Na 268. LAS VEGAS, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1886. ffe ESTABLISHED IN 1881.1 Á.A.&J.H.WISE HAVE Money to Loan REAL ESTATE. HAVE , . i Improved end Unimproved Property of every seecriotion lo every portion of the city of Las Vegas. Business Lots to Lease, - v Jiuelnese lots for gal , ,. Buainoo Hoises for Sale, Kesldenoe Lots for Lease, Residences Booses for Sale, . AND Jood Faying Business for Bale,' Two Large Ranches for Bale Oheap, County 8crp Bought and Sold, tiold Minos Faying) for Bale, Fins Paying Silver Mines for Sal. A SAVINGS BANK. Lanorlnc men ean Darotaase property of as on monthly Installments instead of paying out that wtucn can rever oe renirneu Don't txV rent. Come and look at our bar gains on the installment plan. . , CASH WILL; ALSO Buy fine property at the very lowest market prioe. We also have many special bsrgalnsln real estate rar oeiow weir caen ww. .. v i Á.Á.&J.H.WISE COR. 6TH AHD DOUGLAS, Opposite the new Brown Stone Opera House NOTARY PUBtlO. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO T. B. MILLS, . ' "' CUUB I. - Mines, Real Estate MVE STOCK. 1MFUOVED RANCHES, Dfflee on Bridge Street, near Poetofflce, Las vetras, ew Mexico. an kinds nft rritorlal and cotmtv bonds and warransbonghtand sold, and all hiuda of land serlp bought and sold which, will locate allolaeaes of g yernment lund. Fifty im proved and unimproved ranchen for sale in naw Muxtro ard ine HoDublto o) Meztro. em- braelnic traois trnsa , ! lw,iHk 'nates each at from twenty oenU to one dollar ifrr aore. Title i-ertcor,. r un wiorniaiion icqi nivin anniiofttion U&vina bueioess connestl n wlib aitorn-ya at Vahmaton. D. C, we are pnpafd 10 iilve particular attention to prose tit g o ras of every description agamit the United Biatea government. Colecttons made In any oartof the territory. Hi Cl Of Las Vegas. ' GEO. J. UINKEL, President. A. A. KEEN, Cashier, CAPITAL - - $50.000 TRANSAC TS A GENERAL BANK INti BUSINESS. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, TROPICAL STORE. P. BOFFA, Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. M, Tropical and Domestic Fruits MtASOl;. ' IMPORTED GOODS OF ALL KINDS Confectionery, Cigars, . AND ' . TOBAOOO. J. S. ELSTOfJ, PAINTER, PAPER HANGER, ' AND . . DECORATOR, THOKOl'GU WORKMANSHIP ASD AM PLC FACILITIES. Sixth Bt., Opposite Post Office, A, W. WYMAN, The Jeweler Watches and Clocks Repaired, . CENTER STREET.' BEN ALL The Winner of the Great Kentucky Derby. Ohio Coal Miners Threatening lo Inaugurate a Strike. Orange ' Irishmen Preparing to Fight an Irish Government. Figuring on the Prospects for the Passage of the Home Bule Bill. A Miscellaneous. Collection of News From Over the World, Ben AU the Winner ef the Derby. Lotjisvillb, May 14. The weather today was all that could be desired, nd Dot a cloud Obscured the sky. An unor mous crowd watched the Derby and it was impossible to get a view of more than one-third of the track from even the Brand stand. Most of the wonld-ba spectators stood glaring blankly at the sea. ol bats that loomea up in front, completely obstructing any view of the track. It is estimated that 30,003 people were on tbe ground. Kan fox, wbo baa been one ol tbe favorites all spring, wa scratohed just before the race, bis own era expecting their other entry. Ban All, would be as he proved, a sura win ner, bilver vlouu was also scratched and Murphy was appointed by Bald win, his owner, to ride Lijoro. Corn- Ban's free Knight and mggins' lien Ali were hot tavorites. All raoing oritics agreed that the Derby was not only tbe most opun in the bistory of the race, but never has the result been so enveloped la doubt. But quite a number of those most talked of were of unknown qual ity go lar es tbe public was oonoerned. When tbe betting opened la the oarly winter Ban Fox was made favorite, and has continued in tbe lead until quite re. centlv. and the winner was only backed by bis owner and a-few who took their cue from him and had seen his perform ance at San Francisco lately, but tbe result proved that Haggln.' judgment was good, and bis followers are tbe re joicing ones. lien AH is a uaiitorata horse. ANOIBBB ACCOUNT. Louisville, May 14 Tbe Derby day has come and gone, and by all wbo saw tbe races bes been put down as the Kraal event ol Uiavaar. 11 was aoor lul in every respect. The weather was very warm and the track was good and last, i ne attendance was the largest seen at Louisville in many yearn. In the free held the crowd was simply im mense. They were good natured. but it required great exertion on the pari f tbe police to preserve perfect order. ine Dulling was very goon, but it was confined to auction and French mutual pools, the bookmakers declining to pay the sum required for privileges. ine nrst race was lor the jLouisvme ladies' stake, and was a five-eighths of a mile. Jennie I. won rather easily by one length; Wary, second; Ben Hail a very close third; time 1:011, - In tbe second race, one and one fourth mile. Modesty was not headed and won easily by half a length. Uattie Carlisle, seoond; Aretino, third; time 2:11. THE GREAT EVENT. For the third race, one and one-half miles, for the üentuelty Derby, tbere were the following starters: free Knight, Blue Wine, Masterpiece, La jero, Ben All, Jim Gray, Sir Joseph, Unmaiili, i,antie anu narroosourg; ban t ox and Silver tjiotia did not start. Tbe following was the standing of each corse in tbe petting: lien All, $500; Free Knight, 375; Blue Wing, I75; Jim Gray, fuu; luasterpicoe, sio; the held, f '70. An excellent start was made without delay, Blue. Wing, Grimaldi and Mas terpiece, as nsmea, snowing in irontun a short distance. Masterpiece forced to tbe front, soon having a lead of three lengths, with Harrodsburg seoond and a clear length ahead of Grimaldi, who bad third plaoe. Grimaldi dropped back at tbe grand stand, and Jim Gray moved up even with him. On the back stretch tbe leaders were oomicg back. Jim Gray showing a ttifle in front at the ball mile pole, with Uarrodsburg, Mas terpiece and Free Knight all in a close bunch. ' As they rounded into the home stretch Free Knight was in front, but tbe tour were very close together, in a short time' Ben Ali and Blue Wing bad the race to themselves. They had a very hard and driving linisb and bolh horses were very tired, Ben Ah winning by but a abort tbree-auarters of a lonutn Blue Wing, second; Free Knight a bad tbnd. Time, ü:ooi. Tbe fourth race, a half mile dash Adrain won by one length, Irish Pat seoond: Big Tnree, third; Falls City, fourth; Keishaw fifth; time; 1.14 tne second beat was won by Adran, Irish Fat, second; lime, 1:47. Brighten Beach Races. . Brighton Beach, May 14 All bet ting today was stopped by the police authorities. First race Five furlongs Command er won; Frolic, second; Little Minoh tnira. jime, i:uo. Second raoe Tbree-ouarters of mile Glen Prince won; Crafty, second Blue Bell, third. Time. 1.20. Third race-One mile George Sing- eny won; irisn rat, second; L,ora aea cousneld. third. Time. 1:401. Fouitb race Three-quart ers of a mile Kotciusko won; Petkskiil and Frolio ran a dead beat for seoond place. Time ' A Fatal Seller Explosion. Columbus, May 14. A State Journal Caldwell, special says: James Herrons' saw mill boiler exploded at Sarashville, killing Lafayette Tuttle, Edward Hall and Lewis Bates, and fatally wounding james Herrons and Hainan Jtsuuer. The Refalar Yearly Strike ef Cent Miners Caminí On. Cleveland, May 14. A delegate convention, representing all tbe coal miners in the Mahoning valley, was held st Xoungstown to-day. After discussing the refusal of' the op erators to grant an advance of tun cents per too, which has been demanded. tbe following resolutions were adorn ed: Resolved. That we adopt asa scale of prices the same scale adopted at the ami convention of miners and mine operators at Columbus last February. llesnived. Ibat we favor arbitration of the question of an advance to corre spond with that scale, but should tbe operators refuse to arbitrate then we shall inaugurate a strike lo enforce our demands. Kesolved, That a board of five min ers be selected to meet a like number of operators at Youogstown. Thursday, may üu, at 11 a. m for tbe purpose of arbitrating the question and should tbe operators refuse or fail to meet with this board, tien said board shall take steps to enforce a settlement of the question.. The Selznre Dlsoasaed b the Haass ef Cam inóse Anti-Free Trade Is Active. London, May 14. In tbe house ' of commons today, Mr. Brice, under for eign secretary, referring to the case of the seizure of the schooner David J, Adams, said that diulomalio action would be premature until all the facts connected with the seizure of the schouner bad been established. Mr. Jennings moved that aa linooit tax be levied on ell imported goods of loreigo manuiacture that compete with tbo9e of hnglish manufactures, and to reduce tbe duties on tea, coffee and cocoa, with the object of increasing tbe revenue and improving the condition of tbe depresod industries. The Defeat of the Hone Bale BUI Almost Assured. London, May 14 Lord Haitington's whips report that 110 Liberals have pledged themselves to vote against ,the home rule bul and thst thirty are doubt fui. The Conservative leaders ad vise me uonservatives in tne boose of com mons not a speaK during tbe debate on the home rule bill as they wish to has ten a divison on the second reading. It is stated that Mr. lobn Bncht will ab sent bimwlf from tbe housa of commons on the ocoaston of tbe division on tbe second reading of the home rule till tin example will be sure to have great innuBnce on other umleoided, members, A Good Seneme. Cleveland, Ohio, May 14 The Knignts of Labor of Cleveland and other labor organizations are yfoiking up a taxing of a'l foreign immigration. and will soon forward a potinon to con gress asking that such a law be mtrsed. i be movers in the matter request every person interested to write to his con gressman asking that suca a bill be presented and passed before the ad journment of the present session. The Oraasemen Against Home Rale. London, May 14. During tbe past three month there bave been sold in the Orange sectionsof Ireland more firearms than were sold during the previous five years. Orders have just been given in Lionoonberry lor l.UUU new rides. urowded meetings ol Orangemen were held at Newry and Mourne, at which pledges were given not to submit to the Dublin parliamant and not to pay any taxes for its support. All present enrolled themselves for military service as volunteers. Canadian Orangmen promise support. The Way Cashier Raise Fonda in France, Paris, Muy 14. M. Pillot, an agent of the Bank Des Comte, of this oily. who recently fled, after successfully ut taring a large amount of forged paper, today suddenly appeared in the private office of Baron Saubeyran, director of tbe bank, and at the point of a loaded revolver compelled him to sign three checks for 30,000, with which Pillot then made good bis escape. Paraellltee Pew-wewing. London, May 14. The nationalist members of parliament this afternoon held a secret meeting in the house of commons, at which Mr. Parnell pre sided. It is understood that he laid be fore the assembly a number of com' munications from Mr Gladstone sug gesting certain modifications in the home rule bill and further concessions to the demands of the radioals. The Assassin Priest, Madrid, May 14. The trial of Father Galeote, the priest wbo assassinated Monsignor Isqulerdo, bishop of Madrid, on Falm Sunday, in front of the cathe dral, has been Set for the end of Mav. ine prosecutor win ask besides a pen alty against tbe priest that tbe sum of $10.000 be granted as an indemnity to tne iamny oi tne Disnop. Chicago Lumbermen Defeated and Return te Work. Chicago, May 14.-The strike tn the lumber yards in tbe southwestern por tion of the city was brought to a olose to-day, the employes returning to work on the old terms of ten hours work and ten hours' pay. Lazy Solans. Washington, May U The only thing done In congress to-day was an at tempt to start a tariff debate, which was beaded off by adjournment. The senate did nothing in open ses sion, went into executive session and aujourneu. A Living etatae. Washington, May 14. As unknown man, supposed to be insane, undressed himself in one of tbe niobes near Sta tutry nan, in tne capital this morning. and in a condition of stark nxkedness sprang upon one of tbe pedestals and strncK a statuesque attitude. He wis placed unaer arrest. New Hang Hiss. Chicago, May 14. Louis Lingg was arrested this evening. The police un reservedly declare he is tbe man wbo tbréw tbe death denlicg bomb into their ranks a week ago. His capture was made on information furnished by one of the Arbaiter Zjitung employes. At the police station Liugg was put threnzh a vigorous examination lasting three hours and at last made a state ment, tbe exleut of which tbe polioe re fuse to disclose. Murder in Pueble. Dsnver, May 14. A Pueblo special to tbe News says: Charles Cowles, a bartender, and Jim Cox, a paiDter, quarrelled to-nigbt, when Cox stabbed Cowles in tbe neck twice, opening tbe luguiar vein. He will die. I Analktr Left-Hauded Crank. Constantinople. May 14 A new Soudanese mahdi, with fifty Arab fol lowers, recently appeared in the vicin ity of Jeddah. Tbe vagabonds cut tne telegraph wires and defeated a detach meu of Turkish troops, killiner four and wounding many of tbej soldiers. Another detachment of troops over threw the rebels and captured seven of ibera, whose beads were exposed, on spikes at tbe gates of Jeddah. r-t Peer Old Mleaeurl. St. 'Louis, May 14. About 6 o'clck tonight the heaviest rain and wind atormfthut has occumd hire for a number of years passed over the city and swept oa the eastward. Tbe rnlu amounted to almost a deluge. All de pressions in the city were flooded and great damage was done. ' Floods In England. London, May 14 Floods are genet- ally reported throughout tbe kingdom, and ntucb damage has been done. Many factories are flooded, necessitat ing a stoppage of work. ' Base Ball Detroit, May 14. Detroit, 5; Bos ton, 4. -fv. ' at bt. Louis. May is. st. iouis, : Philadelphia, 3. The Kentucky Derby Day. The llureH which annually centers upon ths great race at Louisville which took place today quite exceeds that felt in any other event run upon tbe Amer ican continent. For the patt ten years it has engrossed the attention of the racing world during the winter interval, aud speculation upon it bas assnuicu really yaot importance In many lu- specis we stake bos er j yed hit ii. wrest similar to that felt by Kuglishmen in the Ipsom Derby. The Eps ui Derby reoresidits a raoe between tbe bestcuKs o eli tía&ami-i- ihe KaatKeky iajvuu,s mure limited as to section; it isJiardly so national in respect to the contestants, but qniie national from a batting point. ibe new loruers oot upon it witn as much ayivdity as upon their own Withers; tbe Chicagoans and St. Louis- isnians with ruorj interest than upon their own Derbies. The Cincinnattians ignore their own Hindu stakes for it, and in evety city in tbe Union where there is batting the Louisyille event bears the palm alone. Tbe present is tbe twelfth Kentucky Derby, and although comparatively young as a turf event, it already bas a mstory really gionotu. la the lomar race Artstides humbled tbe pride of tbe groat Ten Broeck, and bore the green jacket of McGrath to tbe front before a neio or great excellence, in tbesecnnd year (1875) the race assumed a sectional character. Parole, tbe champion of the east, with a certificate of great charaoler tbe year before, jour neyed to "the dark-ana bloody ground," to meet its heroes, and went down be fore Vagrant. Then came 1877, in which Baden-Baden marked the begin ning of a career destined to be short but very brilliant, and in 1878 the race was sensational, inasmuch as Himyar started one of tbe greatest favorites ever known in the history of American raoing, but through an untoward com bination of Infortuitou circumstances was oumpelled to trail his banner to Day Siur. 1879 saw Lord Murphy ad minister to Falsetto his only defeat, and 1880 was a repetition of 1878, as Kim ball, starting a hot favorite, succumbed to Fonso, and in 1881 Hindoo won as be liked, as, Indeed, be did in all his races in whioh be was himself. The Derby of 1883 was sensational, in that Bunnymeade came from the east s tre mendous favorite, but was beaten by Apollo, and in 1883 Leonatus foreshad owed bis brilliant oaraer by cutting down a good field, and followed it up unbeaten to tbe end.. Tbe Derby of 1884 oroduced a winner in Buobanan. and 1885, after Favor, Freeman and Ber- san bad been favorites, saw Joe Cotton come to the fore at tbe eleventh hour and win. We do not think the Kentucky Derby has ever been won by a poor horse, ex- ,oept it be Apollo, aud few races have furnisbed .truer form as established by subsequent performances, as it has been won by more brst-clasg horses than any other race we can recall . The Granger Didn't Want It. Boston Herald. And still the hired man of the bucolic regions gets up too feed tbe oxen bo fore day, and sounds bis last "Gee.whoa bawl" in the galhoting darkness at night. Tbe eight hour strikers may well drop a tear of pity for him and another for bis oxen. . ' To Delegate Joseph. ' New Mexican. . The leading citizen of Santa Fe ir respective of party but who ail realize tbe importance of the measure. last evening juieed in the congratulatory telegram to Hon. a. Joseph oyer tne passage of his land grant commission bill by the house of congress. ', Romeo by the Hair. . Mary Anderson will buy a sto k ranch in Nebraska. After she remains on it two months and goes back on the stage as Juliet she could reach down from her window and pnll ber Romeo op by tbe hair. There's going to be obange of style in Mary if she ever buys s oo w rancn. BSTABLlSnSD 1S80, J. J. FITZGERRELL, TXXOEJ IjIVE Real Estate ANO Financial Aerf for Capitalists, Cor. Grand Ave. and Center St. Las Vegas, s New Mexico. A BPBOIALTV st ADK ININVESTWO ANU LOANING MONEY FOR EASTERN CAPI TALISTS, OF WHOM I HAVS LAÜtiK LINK OF CORRESPONLthNTS. I have ÜND80AL FAUHTIKS tnr the IVKSliOATlON of TITLES andaTiioltOOGU KNOWLEDGE of the FKOPLE, enabling me to make IN VE3TMBN 1 8 of all kinds, such as the purchase of RANCH, GRANT and C1TT PKOfKRTY.and making; LOANS lor CAPI TALISTS to bettor IVANTAtia than they can for THSMSKLVkt. There Is a grand future before NEW MfeX ICO. Bual ess is beginning to look up rap Idly. Now Is the time lo make investments be fore prices advance too hluh There baa been a marked improvement In REAL EST AT K during tbe past 0 days, and thura Is' no doubt tbe com In spring will wit ness a aharp advanoe In REAL ESTATE, when those who made investments In property will reaps rioh reward. Tne lnoomlog tide of business Improvement is Ueainning to be felt and will oauao a genu ine boom the ooming year. Now is the time to Invest. '.'A hint to the wise is sufficient." 1 HAVE FOIÍ8ALK ooeof the beat paving well established manufacturing énternrisee in tho Territory. an be bought toanadvaatage. I HAVe, FOli 8 ALU one of the best business oomers'n the city, renting for 80 por cent to tne investment 1 HAVE FoR SALE an eiRgant niece of resi dence property tn an excellent neighborhood, that is paying Hi per eent on tne investment. 1 have a business onenlng foi (5.(100 to f 10.- 000 that Is absolutely safe, and will pay from W to ner cent on the Investment. TO RANUI1 ANU CATTLE. INVESTORS. 1 have a Uno stocked ranch for sale that will pay a lara-e interest on the investmeut. Come and see my list of grant, ranch and cattle loreat ments before purchasing elscwhoro. I HAVE tbe largest line of r?nts, Improved and unimproved property lor sale to bo found in tne eity. FOa BARGAINS of all kinds in RE L E8- TATBoallonFITaaBRELL, t'U w ll find mm alive to m'Siuesp interests ana oou teous to all. Befou Investid, oall ant see hltn. Flugerteu a Guide toNew Mexloo. free to all Park Drug Store Sscond door from Post Office. I. A. NORTH & BRU. " .. . puhh Drugs, Chemicals. 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