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Maw Merles receiving
d aablishing the fall
Aasoetaleel Presa lele,
graphic report.
ESTABLISHED I8TS1
rj-rahllshesl In the
leading elt jr ! the Ter.
rltery al New Mexico.
VOL. XIII NO. 279.
LAS VEGAS, F2IDAY 3IORNIXG, MAY 28, 188C.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
Pójete
J
fUSTABLlSUEO IN 1881.1
Á1&JMÍSE
The Hen Who
SELL THE
) REAL ESTATE
Want a Buyer for
ft. Unimor
GROUND
On North Side of Douelas Are
Cheap to Caih Buyer, Fine Location.
' AtM want a bnyer ior
A GOOD PAYING WELL ESTAB
LISHED BUSINESS. :
Those desiring Real Bátate or a business at
low prices can find the same for sale on our
books.
If You Vant to Buy
Cill sad tee oar list of property, both realty
anil personal,
HOUSES FOR RENT.
A Good List of
Outside Real Estate
COB, ST!! ABO DOUGLAS,
LAS VEGAS. NEW MEXICO
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Santa Fe, N M.
First-Class in all Appointments
.OO Per J5ay. -
Sates for families staying mors than a week
P. RUMSEY & SON
ft Cill
Of Las Vegas.
GEO. J. DINKEL, President.
A. A. KEEN, Cashier,
CAPITAL - - $50,000
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANK
ING BUSINESS.
East Las Vegas, New Mexico,
TROPICAL STORE.
D. BOFFÁ,
Bridge Street, Las Veeas, N. M.
Tropical and Domestic Fruits
IN SBASON.
IMPORTED GOODS OF ALL KINDS
Confectionery, Cigars,
AMD '
Tona.cr.oo
J. S. ELGTON,
PAINTER,
PAPER-HANGER,
AND
DECORATOR.
THOHOUGU WORKMANSHIP AND AM
PLC FACILITIES.
Dealer in Wall Paper, Glass, Window Bath,
anp Painters supplies of all kinds.
Sixth St., Opposite Post Office.
Gazette Job Office
Caa tan eat werk salek.r, la better style eas
al lewer arises than any ether elliee la the
Cllyel Las Vegas.
ft Palace It
it
TO PAY THE PENALTY
The Chicago Anarchists
Indicted for Murder.
The Losses From the Long Con
, tinned Drought in Texas.
Powderly's Plan for Preventing
- Senseless Strikes. .
rhe Rock Island Express Rob
bers Finally Ran Down.
Gladstone's Talk ta Ills Backers-
An Attempted LynchlBg In
Denrer-Etc, Etc.
Indicting the Assassins, ,
Chicago, May 27. It is understood
that the Indictments signed by the
grand jury are as follows:
For murder Spies, Schwab, Fielden,
Fischer, Lingo; and Schaubel. .
For assault to kill Lingg. '
For conspiracy Spies, Schwab,
Fischer, Lingg, Fielden, Schaubel, Par
sons, Engel and Hirschberger.
For unlawful assembling Spies,
Schwab, Fielden, Fiioher, Lineg, Par
sons, Schaubel, Uirschberger, Eogel
and probably Schneider.
A local paper says: . The states attor
ney expects to be able to present such
evidence as will hang soma of those in
dicted. The socialists and anarchists
are making strenuous efforts to ;
SAISB LAKOB SUMS Or MONEY .
for the defense of the indioted men and
it is reported that they are succeeding.
About (10,000 has already been sub
scribed. At least $50,000 is expected
by their committee. Those who are
trying to raise funds ure working with
some suocess amoDi the members ot
the Liberal league. The best possible
legal talent win oa securea. Mrs. A.
R. Parsons has written to General ti.
F. Bntlar to enlist his sympathies for
the imprisoned men. The defense com
mittee asked General I. N. Stiles to un
dertake the defense but he declined.
Upon the refusal of General Stiles to
accept a retainer, the commit teo set to
work to secure Col. Robert G. Inger
soll. and one of the committee says she
has the utmost oonfidenoe that loger
soll will accept.
for the Spoils.
Little Rock, Ark., May 27. An In
dian territory special says: The Dela
ware and Pawnees and other adopted
oitizens of the Cherokee nation are
moving to secure the intervention of the
Uuitea States government in preventing
the distribution of the $300,000 lease
money received from the cattlemen per
capita among the Cherokees by blood
only. A census of. the Cherokee full
bloods is now being taken, preparatory
to the distribution. The adopted citi
zens hope to prevent the division of the
money, and the protests have created
intense bitterness. A fight is being
waged against Chief Busby head; and
bis administration and the adopted citi
zens expect to secure control of the
Cherokee government in 1887, when an
eleotion for the chief and officers occurs.
Maxwell's Testimony.
St. Louis, May 27. The features of
Maxwell's testimony today were the ad
mission that his statement in the lottor
to Freller saying that be held certain
medical degrees was a lie; his contradic
tion of of his former statement that he
wrote marginal notes in his Vade
Macum about the best method of ad
ministering chloroform before he came
to this country) his admission, when
shown a forged diploma ot the Royal
College of Surgeons, London, that be
wrote it, saying it was simply to keep
himself up in the practice of penman
ship, aud his plea ef intoxication as the
means of accounting for other peculiar
statements and contradictions. . .
The Post-Dispatoh this evening states
that upon an examination of Preller's
remains, which were exhumed for that
purpose, three doctors will testify that
the presence of no such disease existed
as that which Maxwell claims to have
treated.
Powderly's Plans.
Cleveland, May 27. Tonight it is
said that Powderly's plan for the future
government of the order is the estab
lishment of state assemblies. .There
will then ba four assemblies. Local as
semblies will be subordinate to districts;
districts to state, and state to national.
The plan is reported to be very popu
lar among those of the delegates who
have heard of it. It will do away with
many unnecessary strikes. It provides,
among other things, that no assembly
but the state and national shall have the
power to order strikes or boyootts. If
the local assembly wants to boycott or
to strike, it must first got the consent of
the district and then of the state as.
sembly. : : , .-
-Attempted Lynching In Denver, ,
Denver, May 27. About 2:30 this
morning an organized mob of obout 200
men attempted to take from jail and
bang Andy Green and John Withers,
the alleged murderers of J. C, Whitcab,
the Broadway street car driver. Sheriff
Cramer, anticipating the attack, had
Jailor Hopkins, Deputy Uollingswortb,
and half a dozen other deputies heavily
armed end guarding the jail. When
the attack was made the officers tired
blank cartridges Into the crowd, who re
turned the tire. Several shots were
fired between the parties without any
bloodshed, and the mob after finding it
impossible to gain an entrance into the
well guarded buuuing, dispersed.
The Rock Island Express Bobbers In
Umbo.
Chicago, May 27. The papen print
this morning a long artiole regarding
the Rock Island express robbery and
murder on March 14th. It seta forth
that two men named Connors and Mc
Coy hays been arrested at the principals
in the orime, and, are now being held
either in Joliet or this city, pending the
arrest of the third person or a confes
sion from on or the other ot the prison-'
ers. The arrests, it is said, were made
on the basis of a statement made by a
convict named Plunket, now confined
in the Indiana penitentiary - under the
name of J ames-Wilson. - . . .
Bis story was that last fall he attended
the Winona, Illinois, fair in company
with John Connors, 'Butch" McCoy
and a third person, who was called
"Jeff." They all went from Peoria,
that oity being tho home of Connors.
McCoy and Plunket at this time, ac
cording to the story of Plunket, planned
the scheme to
HOLD-UP THE BOCK ISLAND .
road that coming winter, at or near
Morris.
The intention was to seize the express
messenger and rob his safe. Plunket's
part was to point a pistol at the messen
ger and keep him quiet while the others
opened the safe and got the contents.
They were all familiar with the road,
having worked on it a long time. Hav
ing thus arranged for the campaign,
they separated. Plunket went to In
dianapolis shortly, where he soon got
into the penitentiary for larceny. Soon
after, bearing of the robbery, he sent
word to outsiders that he
KNEW WHO DID THE JOB,
and his brother-in-law visited him and
heard tne story which is told. in the
above.
The railroad company put their de
tectives on the trail, and the arrest of
Connors and McCoy has been effected.
It is understood tbat the wife of a far
mer, near Yorkville, Illinois, has identi
fied their photographs as being the like
ness ot two men she fed Sunday morn
ing after the robbery. . .
The Denver Races.
Denver, May 27. Today was the
best day of the races at Jewell park, so
far this season. 2,000 people were in
attendance. The weather was fair.
The first race, trotting, for the 2:30
class, the best three in five, for a purse
of $000, with Byron M., Charlie K., and
The Moor, entered, was won by Charlie
K. The Moor second, and Byron M.
third. . Best time, 2:87.
The second race was a one-fourth
mile,' running, beat race for all ages;
purse, $400, Entered, Our Friend, Ue
lianthus, Aileo and Moonlight, la the
first beat Helianthus was distanced and
ruled from the track. Moonlight sold
favorite in the pools, but Aile wna ttw
race urtww straight beats," wit!i Moon
light second and Our Friend third,
Time 1:16 and 1:20.
The third raoe was a one and one
fourth mile running dash for all ages,
for a purse of $400. Entered, Unique,
Jim Douglass, The Dude and Vice Its
gent. The latter was withdrawn before
the race was called. Jim Douglass
sold favorite in the pools, and made an
easy winning with The Dude second,
and Unique third. Time, 2:14.
Lord Ogilve has matched The Ute
against Echo for a mile race on Monday
for $1,500 a side. .
A Bad Year for Texas.
Little Rock, May 27. A lort
Worth special says. The unprecedent
ed drought throughout north and west
Texas continues. Reports reoeived from
forty-eight counties In the dry section
show the crops to be an entire failure.
In many counties there will be hardly
corn enough raised to replace tbe seed,
while in others the wheat and oat
crops are entire failures. Tho oldest
settlers say this is the longest drought
lor this season known in the history of
Texas. In most of the conntios there is
no grass at all. Siock water is getting
very scarce. Tho range is not as good
now as it was in January and February
last. In regard to the mortality anions
cattle on tbe trails, and on the great
ranches in tbe west, little tbat is authen
tic can be obtained. Reports agree,
however, that the plains are covered
with dead carcasses, and tbat hundreds
of head are dying daily of starvation
and thirst. Many herds are too weak
to be driven to water.
A Day's Work in the House.
.Washington, May 27. A resolution
was favorably reported to tbe house au
thorizing a special session of the Utah
legislature.
The public lands committee presented
a favorable report on tbe bill forfeiting
tbe Mobile & Girard land grant.
A bill granting the seal rocks in the
Pacific ocean, near tbe mouth ot San
Francisoo bar, to the citv of San Frac-
cisco, was tavorably reported to. the
house.
' The house then continued tne discus
sion on the oleomargarine bill, but be
fore taking action on tbe same, ad
journed. '
Live Stock Markets.
Chicago. Mav 27.
Cattle Receipts, 8,200; market dull
and 10lSo lower. Shipping steers,
0S0l,6U0 pounds, $4.85$5.75; stackers
and feeders, fU.73rcSfl.tW; tbrougb Tex
as came, f if.2oa)f 3.08,
Kansas City. Mav 27.
Cattle Reoeipts, 978: shipments.
none: market slow and weak and 10c
lower. Choice to fancy, $5.0S$5.2U;
fair to good, f imgti.w, oommon to
medium, $4.0O$4.60; stockers and
feeders, J.2ófi.ü0; cows, $.00$3 00,
Canadian Legislators Imitating Americans.
St. Paul, May 27. A Winnipeg spe
cial says: In the legislature today a
motion of confidence in the Torquay
government was defeated. 'So hot was
tbe discussion thereon that an opposi
tion member crossed tbe floor after tbe
debate and called Premier Morqusy a
oontembtible liar. 'J he bulky premier
gromptly hit bis assailant and a free
gbt followed, though tbe comb&ttants
were soon parted.
Gladatoae Counseling With His Party.
London, May 27. Two hundred and
fitly members ot parliament attended
the meeting of the liberals today. Mr.
Gladstone was very vigorous and ani
mated In hu address.' tie said tbat no
body should be oomniltiad to the sup
port ot tbe home rule bill by listening,
without protest or objection; to what he
bad to say in favor of the measure), be,
canse beitesired the iullest freedom to
prevail p the liberal party in respect
to it. Ltyrd Salisbury's recent speech,
in which be said the business of Eng
land in Ireland was to -govern, had
decided the condition of the oontroversj ,
because: be was official spokesman of
the opposition. - . -
. .THE IRISH POL1CT
of tbe government's opponents being,
therefore coercion, the imnortanoe of
settling the Irish question now was in
tensified. " It had been -proposed -to
settle the matter by tbe adop
of an abstraot resolution -"f-
firming tbe principle of home rule for
Ireland; but Mr. Gladstone thought the
course proposed by tha government
wouta answer oeuer.. An endeavor has
been made to emasculate the Drinoiole
of autonomy for Ireland and convert
tne bill into delusion and snare. Mr.
Gladstone warmly eulogized Lord Hsrt
ington, who, he said, possessed
" INTEGRITY AND MANLINESS.
The -premier, however, at no point dur
ing his speech, made any allusion to
Mr. . Chamberlain- Concerning the
matter of concessions, Mr. Gladstone
said the government was willing- to
submit to psrliament a plan wbiob en
titled tne Irish representatives to be in
vited to attend tbe imperial parliament
whenever proposals of taxation aneot-
ing Ireland were no for consideration.
Moreover, 'jf tbe house ot commons so
wished, tbe government was ready to
undertake tbe responsibility of entitling
the Irish to be heard in,. the impel ial
parliament on .imperial or reserved
questions-.- :' . .
The Haces at Latonia.
. Cincinnati, May 27. Today was the
first day of the spring -meeting of the
Latonia Jockey club at Latonia, Ken
tucky. The weather was sultry, the
track tlusiy, bnt the attendance was
good. s
In tbe first race, thrse-quatters of a
miia 'I'Aflt anrl Paitrl .Ian ni n rra run
dead1 beat for first place, Editor third.
lime, 1:10. -r - - - ,
The seaond race, seven-elnhths of a
mile. Asoender won. Brevet second.
Way Lady third. Time, 1:80,.
lie tuiru rauo, m tuiiv uhu, uuuuivi
won. St. Joseph second, Eloise third.
Time, 1:43. Í? : - "S M I ? I I '
Tbe four race, Ave eighths of a mile,;
for the (Jlipsotta states, denote iraeey
won, Warie second, Valuable third.
Time, 1:0. f r'
. The fmbJW, fle-eigbtbs otaauU,
for tbe Harold stakes, Jim liore won,
Duke of Bourbon, second, Laredo third.
Time, 1:08.
A match race between Tvrant and
Vo'ante will be run at St. Louis, tbe as
sociation there having added the $4,150
neoessary to secure tbe raoe.'
BaaeBalL . . .
' Philadelphia, May 27. Philadel
phia, 8; Kansas City, 5. ,
New York, May 7.-Now York, 9;
St. Louis, 4.
Philadelphia, May 27. Athletics,
8; St. Louis, 1. - .
New iore, May Ü7. Metropolitans;
1; Louisville, 5. ' . h -
Brooklyn, jusy Bi. Brooklyn, 4;
Cincinnati, 0,
Washington, May 27. Nation ah, 7;
Chicago, 0. ' '
England's (treat Kace.
London, May 27. The raoe for the
Epsom grand prize, for three-year-olds,
over the oily and suburban course, 1 1-4
miles, at Epsom today, was won by
Lord Arlington's bay colt Candlemas,
Lord Bradford's chestnut -colt Sir
Hawo. was second and T. U.Graham's
brown colt Su Mirire third, .. There
were eight other starters, - i :
Sparks. , ,
Tu i it. Mav 9ft A nnnornaa of airrl-
culturists of tbe north ot Franoa has
adopted resolutions favoring an increase
of import duties, and denounoing the
AvUiini nnmtnArmnl trnatma and ..tha
prohibition of tbe importation bf Amer
ican naoon. -
K .InaEPit. Mv 37. Two farmers
n fi Purlrur anrl Iluvlri Montiromarv
residing on adjoining farms seyen
mues Boukueaflb tu luis ui j, wuiuib w-
volved in a quarrel today over an old
grudge, and after fighting for some
time Parker drew a revolver and shot
Montgomery twice, killing him almost
instantly. Parker is in jail. .
Park Drug Store
Second door írom iPost Offlqé. -
S. I. NORTH & BRO.
Drugs, Chemicals;
Prescriptions a típecialty. n
i iopm 'all'.ui'qht. h 't
Choice Wines and Liquors for
Medical Purposes.
, ' A HUE MHB OPOIOABS.
Ifc E. KEIXY,-
(Owner Of the UK brand of oattle) -
RANCH MID CATTLE BROKER;
OFFICE: Bridge Street, Opposite Poetemos,
Surveying by Job Oampbell.the well-knows
Burvevor.
BSTABUSBIO 1S80,
J. J. FITZGERRELL
Real Estate
J ' ' -AND?-
Financial Aent for Capitalists,
Cor. Grand Aye. and Center St.
Las Vega8, New Mexico.
A SPECIALTY MADIt IN INVESTING AND
loaning money rOK eastern capi
talists, OP WHOM I J1AVB A LAKtiE
LINE OF CORRESPONDENTS.
I have 'TfNÜSÜAL FAOII.ITIKS tor the
lYESTlGATION off ULES andaTHuKOUUH
KNOWLEDGE of the PKOPLK. enabling me
to stake INVB8TMEN I S of all kinds, such as
the purobsse of RANCH, GRANT and CITY
PROPERTY, and making LOANS for CAPI
TALISTS tobettor ADVANTAGE: than they
oan for THSM8KLVBB.
There is s arand future before NIW mi-
ICO. Business Is beginning to look up rap
id 1 v. Now Is the time to make Investments be
fore prices aJvanoe toohlgh
'mere nns neen a inarsea improvement in
REAL ESTATE durtnl tbe Dsst 60 days, and
there Is no doubt the oomlna spring will wit
ness a sharp advance in Kit al, KSTAXK.wneo
those who made Investments In property will
reap a rich reward.
1 ne roooming uae or cosiness lmprore-nem
is beginning to be feltand will oause a genu
ine boom the ooming year. Now la tbe time
to Invest. "A bint to the wise Is sufficient."
I HAVE FOR SALS one or the best carina
well established maautaetuiing enterprises la
the Territory, t an be bought to an advantage.
1 HAVE FOR SALE one of the best business
comers In the city, renting for 20 per cent on
me investment
I HAVE FOR SALE an elegant niece or resi
dence property in an exoellent neighborhood,
tbat Is payings) per cent on the Investment.
I have a business opening fot S6.U0O to (10.-
000 tbat Is absolutely safe, and will pay from
SO to 85 per oont on the Investment.
TO RANCH AND CATTLE INVESTORS. I,
have a line stocked ranch for sale that will pay
a larve Interest on the Investment, come and
seemy list of grant, ranch and cattle inrest
menta before purchasing elsewhere.
I HAVE the largest line of rents. Improved
and unimproved properly tor sale to be found
in tne oiiy.
FOtt BARGAINS or all Kindt in TM-.AL ES
TATE oall on F1TZGEUUELL, you ll find
nun alive to ousiness interests ami courteous
to all. Hefore investing, call and tee him.
FltagerreU'e Guide to Mw Mexico, free to
all '
Down with High Prices!
The Largest Stack of
Dry i Goods
In the city yet epened.
From this time on we will sell
only for Cash in order to reduce
prices on all kinds of goods.
The following are some of our
prices ;
' I i XOO PIECKS CARPETS.
Hemp. 4-1 20o per yard
Cut tin, 4-t i'Uc per yard
Wool and Cotton. 4-4..... 5iio per yard
All rool, extra super floe, 4-4. 70c per yard
test an wool, - euo per yarn
Bruuells, 8-4. 70o per yard
Boilv Brussels, H 1.0U to 11.25
Velvet .. $1 .25 per yard
t DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT.
J - 600 Pieces Prints. , ,
Common. 20 yards for f 1 .00
Medium 18 yards for 11.00
Best standard .17 yards for 1.00
. BLEACHED. .
300 Pieces Domestics. '
Canve River, S-t 20 yards for SI .00
necuruy, v-e id yaras ior si.uu
Industry, 4-4 15 yards Tor (1.00
Farmers' Choice, 4-4 lgyards fir 1 1.00
Blaokstono, A, 4-4, .11 yards for 1,00
O0 Pieces Olnghams.
Common. ;. ..14 yarda for 11.00
Hood Standard... ......... .-,..11 yards for f 1.00
Fine , 10 yards lor 1 00
Dress Patterns 8 yards for f 1.00
"We will also sell all goods in
the same proportion as the above
prices- Hoolng you will call to
see our immense stock, we re
main, Tours respectlully,
H ROMERO & BRO.
N-E. Cor. of Plaza.
m. PATTY,
Manufacturer and dealer In
Tin, Copper, Sheetiron Ware
Eave-Troughs, Tin Roofing-, Camp
stoves aua minors' oututs.
LAS VEGAS,
NEW MEXICO.
DEALER lit
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Ktroi.
TtíiíSL
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Bridge St, West Las Vegas. No.
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ANHEUSER-BUSCH
Lager Beer
BROWNE & MANZANARES CO.
Sole Agents Ior
Las Vegas and Socorro.
ALSO
DISTRIBUTING AGENTS
row
Las Vegas Lager Beer.
TheGazette
Job
' Is prepared to turn out -
Every Classfbf Work!"
Claeaply!
Promptly !
MARCELLINO& MERNIN,
NEW AND OLD
Pianos, Organs,
Bold on monthly payments and taken In ex
change. Muslo and all kinds of Musical in
struments. S. and E. Rooks and Stationery.
Irldge St., next to Post Office.
MARTIN BROS.
Dealers la
KENTUCKY, BOURBON ANO RYI
WHISKIES,
AND DISTILLERS AGENTS.
California Wine and Brandy.
Our WhlBkles are purchased direct from the
distillery In Kentucky anil plaoed In the U. 8.
bondod warehouses, from where they are with
drawn when aged. And tur patrons will find '
our prices at all times reasonable and as low
as first-olass goods ran be sold.
Agents lor Brunswick-Ralke Oollenderoom
paay billiard tables and supplies, and tbe
Cleveland rauoet compsnv.
3Dziaozi.xx7xoza - .
Gold Watches, Diamonds, ' ,
Silver "Watches, Gold Chains,
, Bracelets, ,
' Pto, and Sleeve Buttons, -
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tsuverware, . utugree jeweiry.
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