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VOL. XIIL-NO. 280.
LAS VEGAS, SATURDAY JÍÓRNING, MAY 29, 1886.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
fBSTABLlSUBD IS 1881.1
The Men Who
SELL Tí? E
Want a Buyer for
On North Side of Douelas Aye
Cheap to Cash Buyer, Fine Location.
Alio want a buyer lor
A GOOD PAYING WELL ESTAB
These desiring Real Estate or a butlneu at
low prioM eaa find ib ame for tale on our
If You Want to Buy
Call and tee our hat of property, both realty
HOUSES FOR- RENT.
' A Good List of
Outside Real Estate-
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LAS VEGAS. - NEW MEXICO
Santa Fc, N. H.
First-Class in all Appointments
0B Per ly.
Bates for families staying more than a week
P. RUMSEY & SON
Of Las Veeas.
GEO. J. UINKEL, President.
A. A. KEEN, Cashier.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL, BANK
Eatt Las Vegas, New Mexico,
Bridge Street, Las Yescas, N. M.
Tiopical and Domestic Fruits
IMPORTED GOODS OF ALL KINDS
J. S. ELGTOfJ,
. paper-hanger; ;
THOMOVGU WORKMANSHIP AND AM
Dealer In Wall Paper, Glase, Window Bash,.
-np rainiers suppuea oí ait ainue.
Sixth St., Opposite Post Office.
Gazette Job Office
aa tarn eat werk aaleker, la belter style and
at lewer prim than aay ether elllce la the
City si LasVtsas.
Tit Pal III
And His Associates Found
Guilty of Riot.
The Date of the President's
An Uneventful Day In the Trial
Of Murderer Maxwell.
Blasts at Bnll Butter Hen by
Ana other Itema af Passing In.
tercet That Hare Been
fathered lor the
An Unreconstructed Anarchist.
Chicago, May 28.-"-Anarchist August
Spies was seen in the county Jail last
night and upon being asked what he
thought of his cate now said: ..
"I don't think anything about it, ex
cepting as a hoax. 1 think the capital
istic papers ought to be suppressed. If
it will do the capitalists any good I am
satisfied to let tbem hang me. My sen
timents in the past, so freeJy expressed,
are less incendiary than those of the
capitalistic press since tbe recent labor
troubles began. You must know that I
don't care for my life. They may
TAKE MT LIF ,
and they may take the lives of any of
my friends, but the revolution no man
can bold dow ' id if tbe revolution
breaks out you will not be able to sup
press it. See the great Frenan revolu
tions and other revolutions. Revolu
tions pass over human laws and human
beings and their efforts. They don't
care for human beings, and human
powers; they have no eare for anything.
Every revolution has its great sacrifices
and if vou want to take my life you can
do it. '
WD DIDK'T throw bombs,
1 am quite sure that one of tbe capital
ists threw the bomb in order to get rid
of us or to have a chance to jump
Spies further said that if be is banged
it will only demonstrate what he has al
ways mnlntained. tbat laws and con
stitutiens were only made for the capi
talists. Fielden said he was not guilty, but
wouldn't he surprised if the police
tramped vp a lot of evidence vgaiest
Blown up by Giant Powder.
Demvib, May 28. An Aspen speoial
to the Republican says: A terrible ac
cident occured on the Midland railroad
grade this afternoon at 3 o'clock by
which a man named Gill and Lew Ma
loney, of the firm of Orman, Crook &
Co., lost their lives. Maloney, Gill and
Daye Foley were putting in a blast on
the grade about four miles above the
mouth of Fryingpan fork. A large
quantity of powder had been plaoed in
tbe hole and some giant powder was
placed on top to explode it. Foley was
at work tamping the charge and the
others were watching the operation.
Suddenly a terrible explosion occurred.
Foley was buried with earth and rock
but Maloney and GUI were hurled into
the air. Eye witnesses say that they
shot up fully 100 feet. Tbe bodies de
scribed a curve in the air and fell into
ibe raging stream below -the grade.
The men's hats remained on their beads
and they appeared to be uninjured as
they seemed to struggle to control their
fall. Foley was found nnconscious but
it is not expected will live.
Anarchist Most to Go to the Pen.
New York, May 28 Tbe trial of
Most and his associates, for inciting
Lriot, etc.. took place today. After bear
ing tbe arguments of counsel, and the
charge by the recorder, the jury retired
and after seventy minutes returned
with a verdiotof guilty tor all three of
tbe prisoners, but reoommended
Sobenck to tbe mercy of tbe court.
They wero at once conducted to tbe
prison van and taken to jail, where they
y The motion for new trial will be
heard on Wednesday.
Tbe maximum penalty which oan be
assessed against tbe conspirators is one
year. . ... . .
The Brighton Beach Races. - '
Brighton Beach, May 28. The first
race, three-quarters of a mile, Fletch
Taylor won, Treasurer second, Peek
skill third. Time, 1:17.
The seoond race, three-quarters of a
mile, Commander won. Pope Leo sec
ond, Wanderer third. Time, 1:17. -
The third race, three-quarters of a
mile. Hot Scotch won, Change second,
Hickory Jim third. . Time, 1:17.
The fourth race, a mile dash, Vslley
Forge won. Kensington seoond, Tunis
third. Time, 1:44.
The filth race, one and one-eighth
miles, Blue Day won, gingerly second,
Harry Mann third. Time, 1:69.
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The Official Announcement of the Presl
' dent's Marriage. '
Washington, May 28. President
Cleveland will be married at the White
house on Wednesday evening, June 9,
to Miss Francis Foliom. Tbe recent
death of a relative of Miss Foisom has
changed the original plans for tbe wed
ding and invitations will now be lim
ited to a few near relatives and mem
bers of the cabinet and their wives.
Kev. Dr. Sutherland, of the First Pres
byterian cburob, of Washington, will
officiate. The olllclal ceremony will be
followed by a collation. The wodding
in all its details will be plain and unos
tentatious Cholera In Italy.
Venice, May 28. The oholera is in
creasing. Tbirty-Bve new cases have
been reported within twenty-four hours.
The Bull Butter Discussion.
Washington, May 28. In the house
today the oleomargarine bill was dis
cussed at length. During tbe discus
sion Mr. Uiscock, of New York, said
that all tbe wit, invectives and filibust
ering of the bull butter men, the hog
fat butter men and the soap grease
butter men could not drive tbe farmers
out of tbe court. The agricultural and
dairy mea were here and be hoped and
trusted to stay until we had action on
' Mr. Breokenndge, of Kentucky, de
sired to ask tbe gentleman in charge ot
tbe bill what amount of money it wonld
take to put the law in operation.
Mr. Hatch replied that be had infor
mation from the commissioner ot in
ternal revenue that -
NOT A DOLLAR OF APPROPRIATION
was necessary to carry the act Into
On motion of Hatch an amendment
was adopted allowing retail dealers in
oleomargarine to pack the compound
in paper packages.
- Mr. Townshend, of Illinois, offered
an amendment reducing the tax on a
pound of oleomargarine from ten to two
Mr. Creary moved to fix the rate at
five cents. Rejected. .. .
Mr. Glass moved to tlx it af one cant.
Pending action on - Townshend'i
amendment, the committee rose.
Clone Wrong Even in Colfax county.
Special to The Gazette. '
Springer, N. M-, May 28. A young
man by the name of E. Cahn, or who
rather represented himself as being en
titled to that name and said be was a
son of Mr. Joe Cahn, a large merchant
of Kansas' City, dropped into Springer a
few weeks ago and m some way got
into the good graces of Simon Franken
thal of L.a Cinta, who took him down to
his ranch and entertained him for sev
eral days. Mr. Frankenthal being well
acquainted with Mr. Joe Kahn of Kansas
City, allowed tbe supposed-to-be son to
take a horse from his range and give
him in exchange therefor an order on
his "father" in Kansas City. Tbe order
was sent through tbe bank in due course
for collection, but was returned unpaid,
whereupon inquiry was made and the
Íeung man was found to be a fraud,
iefore the boy left Springer, he was
caught in the aot of stealing money
from Cashier N. F. Cooke of the Spring
er House. Mr. Cooke nowever let him
go without any arrest being made, but
this morning Mr. Fran ken thai bad a
warrant issued by Justice of tbe Peace
Sturges and forwarded on to Ratio,
where tbe boy is said to be, with his
fraudulently procured horse, saddle
Jknd This la the Republican Senate.
Washington, May 28 In the senate
today debate on' tbe " Northern Pacifio
forfeiture was continued.
Mr. Edmunds called attention to the
fact tbat the effect of proceedings thus
far on tbe Northern Paoifio forfeiture
bill was just the ssuie as if tbe senator i
bad all been employed by the railroad
company to bedevil the bill ' and do
nothing at all in the matter to which it
related, by the submission of proposi
tions tbat raised disturbing questions.
Questions which the experience of the
senators led them to belieye : were not
likely to be decided. He wanted the
people of Washington and Oregou and
tbe United States to take notice of to
day's proceedings and see whether it
was not fairly to be suppossed that the
railroad company had by some power
or other hoodwinked and misled the
minds of the senators so as to add
things tbat should prevent any action
whatever on a point as to wbioh all
The Railroad Bridge at Isleta Gone.
Special to j hb Gazette.
Albuquerque, May 28. Tbe rise in
the Rio Grande river is proving very
disastrous to tbe railroad bridges, and
damaging houses and destroying many
farms along tbe banks. Tbe river is
rising rapidly and if the volumoof water
iucreases as rapidly as it has in tbe past
twenty-four bouis for any length tí
time, It will probably pass all previous
high water marks. The long Santi Fe
bridge at Iileta is almost entire
ly gone, and passengers and mails have
to be transferred. Tbe com pany had
just finished this bridge lust summer.
It was tbe longest on the line of the
road, aud was supposed to be able to
withstand the force of the highest rises
which have ever been known in the Rio
Struck Oil In Denver.
Denver, May 28. While sinking an
artioian well on the premises of Ex
Governor Evans, in the heaitof the cit;
today, oil was struck at a depth of 1,100
feet. Old oil men from Pennsylvania
say that tbe indications are good for a
big flow. Tbe well will be sunk several
hundred feet deeper. Great excitement
prevails over the find.
The psom Meeting.
London, May 28. The races far the
Epsom cup were won by W. J. Leigh's
bay colt Radius by six lengths.
In the raoo tor the Acorn stakes for
two-year-old fillies, five furlongs, over
the Egmont course, Douglass Baird's
chestnut filly Petuanúe won by three
fourths of a length, f. Jenning's bay
filly Bertha and C. J. Letevre'sbay filly
Fifine ran a dead beat for second place.
On the Prospective Bride's Trail.
"New York, May 88. Miss Foisom,
her mother and uncle arrived at the
Uilsey house at 2 o'olock this morning.
A suite of four rooms on the parlor
floor is oooupied by the party. An ef
fort, is being made to keep their pres
ence at the hotel a secret. The party
will remain here several days.
Philadelphia, May 28. Athletios,
21; Louisville, 8. ' "'
Baltimore, May 28. Pittsburg, 1;
Baltimore, 4. .
Boston, May 28, Detroit, 7; Bos
Honoring Grant's Memory.
New York, May 28. The committee
In charge of the Memorial day observ
ances at General Grant's tomb have as
sdranoes that President Cleveland and
Secretaries Eodioott, Whitney and Vi
las, and probably Secretary Lamar,
wilt be present on that day. Mayor De
Veber, of St. John, N. B., will come to
bring a shaft of laura eight feet high.
Florida has already shipped her olean
der and pomegranate tree and from
Bermuda date palms are on the way.
Ex-President Hayes sends regrets.
From Miohigan will coma a design,
eight feet square, of Laurel, oak and
other leaves from all of Grant's battle
fields, especially of-Vieksburg, Appo
matos and Mission Ridge.' The Fenoi
bles of Philadelphia are coming. New
Jersey is the only state that has not re
v Ex-President Arthur's Condition.
New York, Ms y 25. TheTimes this
morning says: "Ex-President Arthur
if again practically confined to his bed,
and bis friends believe that his rides
taken on Tuesday, Wednesday and Sat
urday of last week did more barm than
' "He is greatly emaciated and unable
to take any substantial food, aud tbe
exertion -naoesaary to ret bim into tbe
carriage for his drives last week, aided
to the natural exoiteaieut wbioh the ex
ercise in the ope str produoed, has
operated to his sheaJVantage. His
friends have hopes j.ef carrying him
fbrough tbe summer at tbe most san
guine of them hardly hope for more
' A Sensatioual Divorce Case.
St. Louis, May 28. Frank Bowman,
the distinguished attorney, baa filed a
suit tor divorce against his wife, Mrs.
Mary A. Bowman. His petition is very
brief and to the point. He charges bis
wife with haying so tampered with her
person as to prevent conception and
render herself incapable of bearing
children; aUo with having impaired
herself so as to deprive him of his mar
tial rights. This suit is believed to be a
move to counters it a similar suit which
she was about to bring against bim.
She will file a orofs-bill, and a big social
sensation wbioh has been orowding to
the surface for a long time Is bound to
The Denver Races.
Denver, May 23. Today was the
last day of the regular races.
Tbe hrst one was a trotting race, free
for all, for a putse of $700. Lady Bon
ner won the race, with Billy Bunker
second, and Ewing third. - Time, 28,
The second raoe was a 600-yard run
ning daab, for a purse of $250. Sunday
took the race, with Frank James sec
ond, and Ohio Girl third. Time, 0 83.
. Tbe third raoe was a mile and repeat,
running, for a purse of $300. Moon
bght made an easy winning in two
straight beats, with Vice Regent sec
ond, and Via third. Best time, 1:47 r
Mr, Carlisle's Bay.
Washington, May 28. Speaker Car
lisle was asked this morning it there
were any further developments in re
gard to the threatened opposition to
bim in bis district.
"I Jiave nothing:, to savon the sub
ject," said the speaker.
".except mat 1 will be caudidatefor
re-eleotion. That is not much informa
tion, but it would be indelioate for me
to say more. You might state, though,
tbat all those newspaper acoounls in
which I am reported as speaking con
temptuously of my opponents are false.
When the proper time comes I will an
swer all attacks made on me."
The Bun's Opinion.
New York, May 29. The Sun says:
The president vetoed four more piivate
pension bills yesterday. If the big pen
sion stents reach him, he can be de
pended on to treat them, in the same
way. There are a good many cleverer
Í Kjliticians than Groyer Cleyelaad, but
hw men know better than he how to
put in a veto where it will do tbe most
. The Great Trial.
St. .Louis, May 23. In tbe Maxwell
case today no evidence of speoial im
portance was brought out. Depositions
from England were read testifying as
to the good character oi the defendant.
It is expected that the witnesses for tbe
prosecution in rebuttal will be exam
ined tomorrow. . . i
The Relations Between France and Ger-
Berlin, May 28. Prince Bismarck
has instructed Count Von Munster,
German ambassador at Paris, to inform
M. de Freycinet that the reports of a
change in the friendly sentiments ot
Germany toward trance are without
foundation. . ,
Uve Stock Markets.
- Kansas City, May 28.
Market steady. Choice to fancy,
$5.00(3$5.3O; fair to good,' t4.70a4.l0;
common to medium, 4 00(3 $4. 6o; stack
ers and feeders, $3.054.20; cows,
rj.60(a8 w. -
Three Good Indians.'
Wilcox, Ariz., May 28. On Wednes
day night tbe Indians attacked the
Dean Bros. ranob, near Hooker's hot
springs. Tbe owners made an effect
ive defense and killed three Indians. .
W . tnrwnTnw Mm 9J2 Th aenete
today confirmed among others C. R.
Greathouse of San Franoisoo, to be
oonsul general at Konagawa, Japan.
We learn that by tbe finding of the
court martial in tbe oases of Captain
Overton and Lieutenant Glass, tbe for
mer officer was acquitnd ot the charge,
and ' the- latter oonvioted. Captain
Overton bis gone back to duty at the
Baltimore recruiting station. Deming
At Tbe Gaaette Ofllea.
ESTABLISH XD 1S80,
J. J. FITZGERRELL.
Financial Agent for Capitalists.
Cos. Grand Ave. and Center St. i
Las Vegas, New Mexico.
A SPECIALTY M ADK ININVE8TINO ANU
LOANING MOKBY FOR EASTERN CAPI
TALISTS, OF WHOM I HAVE. A LARGE
LUI B OF OQ R RESPONDENTS.
I nave UNUSUAL FAUIMT1RS tor tbe
IVE8TIGATION ofTlTLES andaTHOHOUUH
KNOWLEDGE of the PEOPLE, enabling me
to make lNVESTMKNISox all kinds, suoh as
the purchase of RANCH, GRANT and CITY
PKOPKRTY, and maklnat LOANS for CAPI
TALISTS to bettor abv ANTAGH than they
osn for THEMSELVES.
There la a grand future before NEW kt IX
ICO. Business is beginning to loon up rap
idly. Now is the time to make Investments be
fore prices sJvanoe too high
There has been a marked Improvement la
RKAI. ESTATE during tbe past 60 days, and
there Uno doubt the oomlnu spring will li
neas a sharp advance In REAL ESTATE, when
those who made Investments in property wljl
reap a rich reward.
Tne Incoming tide of bnslness Improvement
is beginning to be felt and will cause a genu
ine boom the oomlng year. Now Is the time
to invest. "A hint to the wise Is sufficient."
I HAVE FOR SALE one of the best paying
well established manufacturing enterprises In
Ibe Territory. an be bought to an advantage.
I HAVE FOR SALE one of the best business
ooi ners 'n tbe city, renting for SO per cent oa
1 HAVE FOR SALE an elegant piece of resi
dence property in an excellent neighborhood,
tbat Is paying SO per oent on the investment.
I have a business opening foi SA.Ouu to tlO,
000 that Is absolutely safe, and will pay from
SO to SA per cent on tbe Investment.
TO RANCH AND CATTLE INVESTORS, J(
have a fine stocked ranch for sale tbat will pay
a larve Interest on tbe Investment. Come and"
see my list of grant, ranch and cattle In rest
menu before purchasing elsewhere.
I HAVE tbe largest line of rents, improved
aDd unimproved property tor sale to l found
in tbe city.
FOn BAR9ATNS of all kinds In RE VL ES
TATE call on FITZGERRELL, vou w II ttnd
biro alive to business Interests and courteous
to all. Before Investing, call and see him.
Fltxgerrell'e Guide io New Mexico, free to
Down with High Prices
The Largest Stock of
? I at the city ye opened; ,
- -'- . -m . .... ' ''
From this time on we will sell
only for Cash In order to reduce
prices on all kinds of goods-
The tallowing are some of our
100 PIECES CARPETS.
Hemp, 44 20o per yard
Cotton, 4-4 :0c per yard
Wool and Cotton, 44 ....50o per yard
All wool, extra super fins, 4-4....70c per ard
Best all wool, 4-4 80o per yard
Brussells, 8-4 TOO per yard
Body limaseis, 34.. 1.00 to 11.26
BOO Pieces Prints.
Common,!..,...... 20 yards for 11.00
Medium ....18 yards for tl.00
Best standard. .. . ......... .. .17 yards for $1.00
300 Pieces Domestics.
Canve River, 4.......
Farmers' Choice, 4-4.,
Blackstone, A, 44
...,S0 yards fnrtl.00
16 yards for $1.00
16 yards for $1.00
IS yards fir $1.00
11 yards for $1.00
SOO Pieces Ginghams.
Common Hyards for $1.00
Uooo. Standard 1 yards for $1.00
Fine 10 yards ior jl 00
Dress Patterns ...8 yards for $1 .00
Wa will also sell all goods In
the same proportion as the aboye
prices- Hooing you will call to
see our Immense stock, we re
main, Yours respectfully, '
H. ROMERO & BRO.
. N-E. Cor. of Plaza.
Manufacturer and dealer In
Tin, Cooper, Sheetlron Ware
Eave-Tronghs, Tin Roofing. . Camp
stoves and miners' outfits.
O"- .."OT. BARTLETT,
Bridge St, 1st las Vegas, h
0. L HOUGHTON,
A cemplets lias ef
STOVES, FIRE ARMS
Largest stock in New Mexico in tbe Hard-
Barb Fence Wire
At nutnuf .oturer's prices with actual freight
added. Manufacturer of all kinds of
Stoies in East and West Las
Is prepared to turn out :
' a ' ' . : - ) e ': ': .
Every Class of Work !
NEW AND OLD
Sold on monthly payments and taken In fí
chense. Music and all kinds of Musical In
struments. . ,
S. and E. Books and Stationery.
Bridge St., next ta Post Office.
R. He COLLINS,
Contractor and Builder.
All work done with neatness and dispatch.
Satisfaction guaranteed In every respsot.
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS
'. ; , . ; A SPECIALTY. , . .; , ,
SHOP ON LINCOLN AVENUE
First door west of O. A. B. Hall.
:DXISOXlLXXMrXOJN - .
Gold Watches, Diamonds,
Silver Watches, Gold Chains,
: ; Pins and Sleeve Buttons.
Silverware. Filigree Jewelry.
Kepa'.xing of Fine Watches v
Specialty. . ' ,,
324 i I k fast las Vejas
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