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ETae anly paper lu flaw Slexlca receiving ana aabllealag the tall Aaaaclatea Praia tela grannie reaart. EST4BL18HEB 1811. ty-Paeliehe la tae leaaiag ely al the Ter rttary ( New Blexlca. ,5 ; VOL. XIIL-NO. 277. LAS VEGAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1886. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. x. i m a vw i Jkf avia- e--v , M ' ' 1 .:L.LL , 1 rSTA BUSHED IN 188). I Á1&J.H.WISE The Mea Who SELL f THE REAIrESTATE : Want Buyer for GROUND 0.( On North Side of Douelas Aye Cheap to Cash Bayer, Fine Location. Atea want a boyar lor A GOOD PAYÍNG WELL ESTAB LISHED BUSINESS. Those desiring Real Bátate or a business at low prion, can find the tame for ule on our book., i , . v . i ' If You Vant to Buy Call and iea oar list of property, both realty ana personal. HOUSES FOR RENT. 'A Good Lilt of Outside Real Estate- i , .!' r 1 f '1 f , COK, STH AtD uOTJOLA', , it k mí LAS VEGAS, i, ! i NEW MEXICO NOTARY PUBLIC el Santa Fe, N M. First-Class in ail Appointments O Per Day. Batea for families staying more than a week P. RUM3EY fc SON lift Of Las Vegas. GEO. J. D1NKEL, President. A. A. KEEN, Cashior. CAPITAL $50,000 TRANSACTS A (JENERAL BANK ING BUSINESS. East Us Vegas, New Mexico, TROPICAL STORE. D. BOFFA. Bridge Street. Las Vegas, N. M. Tropical and Domestic Fruits IH SEASON. ' i IMPORTED COODS OF ALL KINDS Confectionery, Cigars, ANO TOBACÍOO J. S. ELOTON, PAINTER, PAPER-HANGER, DECORATOR. ' THOHOUeB WORKMANSHIP AID AM PL FACI LITIE8. Dealer In Wall Paper, Ola, Window Bath, an, Painter, tuppltee of all kind.. Bizth St., Opposite Post Office. Gazette Job Office Can lira eat wark aaleker, la better Style aa! at lewer prises than any ether afflee ta tk -Utyef LaaVsgas. 1ffll; Unproved HOME RULE Indorsed by 10,000 of Chicago's Citizens, And Complimentary Resolntions ' Cabled Parnell. Riotous Strikers Do Great Dam age la Toronto. Canada Preparing to Harrasa . American Stockmen. The Dakata State BUI Hac airea a Black Eye la the Home ' General News. A Great Meeting of American, to Indome . - the Home Role BUL . Chicago,' ,,ÍMy 25.' Fully 10.000 friend, of borne rale in Ireland were present tonight at the meeting held In behalf of that atase. The platform was ooonpied by . tio?.' Ogles by, who was chosen chairman of the meeting, and 800 vice presidents, among whom were judges, congressmen and ministers uf all denominations. , The decorations were the i American . and Irish colors blended. - ' Governor Oglesby opened the meet ing and was greeted with great enthu siasm, lie spoke briefly and then in troduced Alderman Sullivan, who ad dressed the meeting at length, and in theoourse of his remarks said: "This meeting is in some respects a novel one, for Irish-Americans at least. While we can find" some good words for some Englishmen, we oan faardly , realize oui .elves ft ' i ' vHOW 8TEiNOM.ll COB VOICES , ' .; mnst) sound whea toey formóla te ac knowledgements to the British premier, wno, but a few years ego, tried to gov ern Ireland by coercion, by bnokshot and by endeavoring, as Wendell Phil lips so graphically said, 'to imprison an idea.' Both omcers and men in the Anglo-CeHto conflict are strangely com mingled o th battle field,- Who have ohanged plaoos? Not the Irish. No; they stand where they have stood for centuries, whether in peaceful debate or in war-like struggle, always tor Ireland's right to govern Ireland." Sullivan was followed by other repre sentative Irishman and well known citizens of Chicago, in brief addresses. A number of letters of regret were then read. ". ' '. . SENATOR JOHN SHEBXAN WROTE: "I regret that I am not able to be present, on account of offioial duties here, but you have my hearty sympathy in behalf of home rule for the people of Ireland, which I trust will be secured them by the success of the measure pro posed by Mr. Gladstone." Carlisle, speaker of the house of re presentatives, telegraphed the follow ing: "I cheerfully consent to the use of my name as one of the vice presidents of your meeting and would be glad to attend in person, if possible. It's pur pose meets ray cordial approval." Mr. W. K. Sullivan, in presenting the resolutions adopted by the meeting, said that the honor conferred upon him was not only on account of his sympathy for the cause, but because he belonged to tne religious minority of toe Irish people, lie regretted that an effort was being made to arouse the religious an tagonism which had been so destruc tive to the Irish people, but he did not believe this BEXIQIOÜS MINORITY, of which Mr.'Parnell was a member, stood in the slightest dancer of being opposed by the members of the relig ious majority. Mr. Sullivan then presented the reso lutions the -following of which is the substance: fen thousand oitizens of Chicago, in mass meeting assembled, with Gover nor Oglesby, of Illinois, in the chair, unanimously declare that the people of Ireland have' their heartfelt sym pathy in their endeavor to secure the restoration ol the parliament which was taken from them by bribery and fraud, ' We congratulate the Irish pen pis on their sagaoity and for the cour age with which their great lead er and his brilliant parliamentary asso ciates prosecuted this great and grand struggle, f ,WCONDÍHNASUirWOKTHT"j! f in onr age and civilization1' the unholy attempts to array brother and' fellow oitizens against one and anotbor, be cause of religions differences. We be lieve the minority in Ireland have no reason whatever to doubt the perfeot good faith of the majority. We assure the great English premier that this crowning act of his political oareer has won for him the respect and admiration of the whole American people. . We oongratnlate him on the conscience and courage wbioh guided and strengthened him in tbe face of taunts and insults, to confess the errors of his country and to lead them in a path of reparation and justice. The present parliament may reject bis wise counsel, and be may not live to see its fruits enjoyed, but he will always be remembered in bis relation to tbe . LIBEBTT OP IRELAND as Chatham is remembered in bis rela tion to the liberty of America. We de nounce tbe atrocious calumnies of the tory press, which charged tbe Irish American citizens of Chicago ith the responsibility for the recent outrages of the anarohist element. It is the same press which rejoioed when it . thought tbe American union was destroyed. In future its assult noon Ireland or Amer ica should bs considered for what they are worth by the Amerioan people and their press. The following message 'was unani mously approved and ordered to be sent to Gladstone: Chicago, May 23 To Mr. Psroell, House of Commons, London: Chicago's oitizens, in mass meeting assembled, request me to ask you to express to Mr. Gladstone their appreciation .of the servioes rendered by him to liberty and humanity by the introduction of his bill to restore legislative independence to Ireland; for bis ability to overcome prejudice and to view fairly and broad ly tbe present unnatural relations of tbe ngiisb and the Irish people; and his manifest desire to undo the wrongs and repair the dissensions which haye oaused tne people of the neighboring island to be living in hatred and war fare; do honor not only to his head and heart, bnt also to the nation and age of wbioh he is so conspicuous a citizen and leader. Tbey also desire me to ex press their admiration of yourself and your associates for your tírele efforts in behalf of your country's right to a national parliament. It was those patriotio and brilliant efforts which made Mr. Gladstone's aotions possible, and showed the liberal party of England the neoesity of undoing the wrong in flicted upon Ireland when it was re duced to provincial vassalage. ' ' v ' RlCHABD G. OGLKSBT, . i. Governor of Illinois. I Biota In Toronto. ! Toronto, May 25. For over three hours tonight this city was under mob rule, the result of tbe street car drivers' strike. Word was received by the Knights of Labor that omnibuses from Kingston tor tbe use of the street rail road strikers would arrive here between II' and 7 o'olock tonight and a large crowd went to meet them, accompan ied by a brass band. On their arrival the omnibuses were driyen slowly through the prmoipal streets, tbe crowd gradually increasing in number until nearly 8,000 persons were following in procession. Every street oar met on the route was attacked with bricks and stones, and passengers, drivers and conductors were injured, and the wild est uproar was kept np, the police being powerlefs to do anything. Between thirty and forty ' Street oars were wrecked in this way and are now lying in the company's shops. So far as is ascertained no person was dangerously injured. Had not the Knights of Labor broken up the prooession much more serious results would have followed., - Christian. In Conference. Cleteand, O., May 25. The Ameri oan congress 'of cburohes convened at Mnsio hall at 8 o'clock this evening. The general management of the con gress is in the hands of a council ot twenty-five, . in wbioh the various oburches of America are unoftioiaUy represented by the olergymen or lay men, or both. Tbe oounoil has no in tention ot establishing a society or or ganizing on tbe plan of a union or mut ing forth a creed. Its aim is by hold ing publio meetings from time to time to makaeamstm for furl and fruwk discussion of subjects in which the Christians of America are interested, including those ecclesiastical questions upon whioh Christians differ. Canada Now Kicking: Against American Stockmen. Miles City, May 25. Many of the most extensive stock growers of the territory are driving large bunches of cattle across the border and ranging them on the Northwest Territory ranges. The ranges are leased from tbe Canadian government for a term ot twenty-one years. A party started from here this morning to survey the ranges in the dominion for tbe Mon tana parties. No duty is charged on cattle driven across the border to feed. Tbe Canadian rangers are incensed against tbe dominion government for permitting the Montana owners this privilege, and they will petition the do minion to revoke the law granting such rights. - ' Live Stock Market. J ' Kansas City, May 25. Cattlb Receipts, 2,0U9; shipments. 1,884; market weak, slow and 10c lower. Choice to fancy. f5.10$5 80; fair to food, f 4.80f 5.05; common to medium, 4.00(24. 70; stockers and feeders, $!).50$4,85; cows f 3.603.75. Chicago, May 25. Cattle Receipts, 8,000; market weak and 15o lower.Sbiopingsteers,950l,500 pounds, $4.25$5.60; Blockers ana feed ers, f 3.402$3 60; through Texas cattle, 2.00ffl$i.o0; , A Defaulting Teller on for Canada. Ban Francisco, May 25. H. P. Bay, defaulting teller of the branch bank of Montreal, in Stratford, Conn., has been arrested here. Tbe amount alleged to have been stolen by him is six thousand dollars. The prisoner oonfessed bis crime, and says be will return to Cana da without being extradited. . Base BalL Baltimore, May 25. Louisville, 6; Baltimore, 1. Philadelphia, May 25. Cincinnati, 10: Athletics, 13. - New York, May 25. Brooklyn, 2; Pittsburg, 8. - i v . . New York, May 25. Metropolitan, 8; St. Louis, 6. - AltMcher In Court. 4 - Port Townsend, W. T., May 25. D. H. Temple began suit today against Herbert F. Beeober, colleotor of cus toms at this port, to recover 15,000 for defamation of character. Temple is a mail airnnt and iormerlv ran on a route on fugel Bound, lor wnicn seecoer, ue ing then a steamboat captain, was sai contractor, tteecner acouseu mut misappropriating money. ' - A Bad Move for the Democrats. Washington, May 25. Springer, from the committee on territories, today presented to the bouse art adverse re port of that committee on the senate bill to provide for the admission1 of tbe state of Dakota and the organization of the territory of Lincoln. I. O. O. T. Grand Loria a in SeeSion. Richmond, Vs.", May 25. Tho thirty-' seoond annual session of tne grand lode-a of the world of Good Templars, met here today. The variois reports indicate that the order is in a most pros perous condition in the different states, Jasttflable Homicide. Cincinnati, May 25. The adjoining village of . Saint Bernard was the soene of a tragedy this evening, in whioh two (prominent citizens of the place took part, toe some time oast Fred K. Kv- lins, a married man and proprietor of a drug store, has been on intimate terms with the daughter of William Bode. Several d(va aso. the daughter disan beared anf today1 her mother went to Kylms' Drug store . and 1 asked mm wnere ' tne girt was. us re plied: It'S tone "of tour d d busi ness where tbe girl In." This evening Bode armed himself with a revolver and walked down to tbe drng store of ñ.yiius,-wno was standing out on tbe sidewalk, tie saw him and walked in side. Bode approached, and, as Kj lius was walking to tbe back of the store be shot him dead. The murderer im mediately surrendered himself. . . - . , " ' -"Tae.Denver Races. Denteb, May 25. Thera was a larger attendance at the races today than on any previous day ot tbe meeting. The first rase was a trotting raoe for the 2:80 elasj. Lester won In three straight beats; Luella seoond; Black Diamond third; best time, 2:30, 2:30,, 2:81. The seoond race Was a running race, one-half mile. Jessie James took first; Sunday second: Hellanthns third; time, 0:48. - - Xbe third raoe was a one mile selling race. Viqe Regent took first money, Moonlight, second; Hyde a bad third; time, 1:48,. . r ... . ,, f . . : , At the close of the regular races' a match raoe was run between Chas. Johnson's Red Girl and Col. Ketohatn's Boomerang. It was a live-eighth mile dash for a pnrse of $000, The raoe was won by Boomerang in tbe exoellent time of lOU, wbioh is within one second of the best time on record . . the Louisville Louisville, May 25. The weather was cool and the track a little slow. The first raoe was thret-quarter mile beats. Uaban Queen won in straight heats. (Time. 1:18?. 1:171: Rosiere seo ond, Handy third. "' ' xne seoona raoe, three-quarters oi a mile, Vae won by Neflie b., Enchan tress seoond, Cora L. third. Time, 1:18. '. , , , Tne third raoe. for the turf stakes. one and one-fourth miles, Modesty won very easily by a length, Lady Wayward second, Phillip S. third. Time, 2:13. . The fourth raoe, ope and three-eighth miles, ' Exnert wont Irish Pat seoond, Punka third. Timl. 2:24,. This ends the pieeting, which has been very suooessfhl. i , , - 5 ' 11 . ('i-t!!j y if 11htln- rorlreláa-ftf'., London, jdaf 2; Some saembeu of the innesKled f isReers", stationed kt Aldersbot, attended a conservative meeting today, fat which some of the orators savagel; denounced home rule and described tl Irish people as being unlit for Belf-gi vernment. The fusil aged at tbe speakers eers became e and attacked :hem and their support- ers. Tbe polii were called in to pro and a flirht ensued ba tect the speake; tween them a tí the Irish soldiers. Comrades of t e fusileers went to tbeii assistance an the police were badly riven away. They se- whipped and cured reicfoi aments. and returning suppressed the rioting and arrested hve soldiers. Harmony Among- the Labor Organisations. Pittsburg, May 25. President Weibe and Secretary Martin of tbe Amalgamate! , Association of lion and Steel Worker: , returned from Cleveland this morning! The purpose of their Visit was to rc present Pittsburg district in tbe meetin i of the trade unions and Knights of Li bor. Weihe said the only thing tbey dn I was to present their grie vances to the Knights of Labor commit tee, lie said there is no conflict be tween the twi i organzations in this dis trict and that they will work together oi every poit t, all grievances haying been amicabi y adjusted. . : , yi The O reat Epsom Meeting. London, & ay 25.- The Epsom sum mer meeting began here today. The race for the Voodoote slakes ot 1,000 sovereigns lor two-year-olds, three- fourths of a mile, was won by Mr. Daw- son's colt Bs ron by a length; C. J. Bed- iuru a uuib pir vramunu. nwuu, xi. Cartigan's dolt, by Geo. Frederick, out of Mabelle, tttiird. There were six start ford's colt Kir (alabad, seoond; K ers. - The setting score was:-üven money on usaron ana ten to one eacn against Sir Oalahad and taabelle. C-ops la California. ! San Francisco, May 25. Carefully compiled Returns just received from thirty of Abe prinoipal wheat growing oounties lot California, place tbe total wheat agreege for the present season at 3,450,000 acres, with a heavy average yield, fit there are no serious darw baoks during the next thirty days the total wheat yield of tbe state will be fully00,000,000 busnels. The barley cropis also unusually large. Gladstone Weakening. ... ondon, May 25 At a meeting of the oabinet today it was resolved to i ...nk iuuinuilniu tn tha rilaaf- BUUU wmwvww.wm - ----- untad liberals as will insure their sup port of the borne rule bill. -. LONDON, saay ao sax. uiacetone naa issued s oiroular celling upon all th Hhnrat members to meet at the foreign oflloe tor oonsnltation. - t i ' . , ii ill l .i ' " His Name Is Denis. Cheyenne, Wyo., May 25. Fred 8t. Denis, age 24, formerly of Toronto, but for eight year a resident of Wyoming, and engaged in ranching and other pur suits, killed himself this evening by tak ing morphine.. He leaves a wife and two children. The supposed cause is business and family trouble kJ J.-J fl ' ' .Gone to Beat. .. . , Washington, May 25. Mrs. Mary T. Kimball, wife of the director of United States mints, died today after a painfull illness Of several week's duration, , , .. . - , PERSONAL. Iteme Concerning People aaS Their i - Diaga. i Mr. T. H. Lawrence has returned from a visit to Mora county . : R. Danzignr. of the Spnngs, had a girl baby added to his family yesterday. Captain Ansten has gone to El Paso to meet Mrs. Austen, who has been for some time on s visit to Fort Davis, Tex. 'James Duncan did not return from Trinidad, but went on to New York, where he has business relations wniob will detain him for some days. G. A. Scheffer. book-keeper for Judge Blanokard, was out yesterday! for the nrst time for several days, hav ing suffered from an attack of mount ain fever. , , Anastacio Martinez and Francisco C. de Baoa, of Revuelto, leave Thursday, having been in tbe city for a day or two making final proof on their pre-emption claims. . J' W. S. Bishop, Santa Fé, formerly of the Exchange hotel at that place, is now lu the metropolis; Thomas Berry, ranobman frstan Red River, is np for supplies; Wm. Stone, White Oaks, is in the oity on. his way home from Colfax oounty;Rev. Wheeler is sick at the Buckingham hotel, as are a'so Mr. Hern, his wife and daughter. Doctors Skipwitb, Gordon and Milligan were all called In yesterday. J.I. Mosier came in yesterday from the Montezuma Cattle company's ranch and will leave today. His purpose is to meet and take to the ranch J. C. Lewis and A. C. Dake, of Denver. These gen tlemen are not only interested in the Montezuma Cattle company, bnt Mr. Lewis is president of tbe State National bank of Denver, while Mr. Dake has large interests in tbe Grant Smelter oompany of the same oity. Bishop Dunlop returned from Albu querque yesterday, where he held servi ces on Sunday and oonfirmed a number of new members. Bishop Dunlop is par ticularly pleased with the progress of tbe Episcopal cburoh in Albuquerque, tbe attendance and interest manifested in the advancement of its spiritual and material interests being exceedingly ? ratifying to tbe bishop, who is labor ng earneitly to strengthen aud build up the extensive diocese ofNew Mexioo and Arizona over which he has ooutrol. m j A Texas Tragedy. Brownsville, Texas, May 25. Four miles north of this city a triple murder occurred yesterday. Lewis Williams, owner of a dairy, became jealous of one of his three assistants and shot him dead. -' The two other employes, Sexton and Bowers, then tired at Williams, in fliotin a wound from which be died in a short time, bu( not until be had re turned the Ere and fatafly wouádod Bowers.. ' More Indian Murders. Pantano, Ariz., May 25 A party of Mexicans struck Indians about eight miles from here last night, and killed one Indian The remainder fled to the mountains and escaped. Benson, Ariz., May 25. Robert Llovd, a well known dairy man, was killed by tbe Indians this morning at his ranch between here and PantaDo. The Eruption of .Etna. Calania, May 25. The eruptions ot Mount iEtna have greatly increased, and tbe destruction of the town of Nicolosi now seems inevitable. The whole district is enveloped in darkness and showers of stones are continually failing. , The Atlantic & Pacific railroad ap pears to be trying to secure a large quantity of land in and about Los An geles for some purpose. It has secured a refusal of the Wolfkill orange grove and a part of the Ceronal property, seventy acres in all, valued at $210,000. It -is siso negotiating for Linooln park, which is held at $100,000. Next Sunday tbe new air ship "Mon itor" will be cut loose at Woodward's gardens for her maiden trip In an at tempt to cross tbe oontinent. It is con templated to cross the Sierra Nevadas before tbe close of the first day. She was built by tbe PaoiQo Captive Balloon oompany and will be superintended by. tbe well known aeronaut, P. A. Van Tassell. San Francisoo Paper. PARK HOUSE Southeast corner of park, LAS VEQA8 HOT SPRINGS, N.M. ' MRS. M. ADAMS, Proprietress.' Rates 11.00 pet day, .00 and $10.00 per we JV "7VY BAR.TLETT, '-: SEALER lit '-' ' IsVasMatf vv. V4fs, B St. Vesl Las Vegas. Ho. I, V i M.J I ...JSl, 1 ívL Py Repairing of" Fine Watches - a STABLMBBD lSSO. J. J. FITZGERRELL. Real Estate AND Financial Aent for Capitalists.. Cor. Gband Ave. and Centeb St. " Las Vegas," New Mexico. . A SPECIALTY M ADK IN INVESTING ANU LOANING MONEY tX)R KA8TBRM CAPI TALISTS, or WHOM I HAVE A LaUGB UN a OF OoaBJCSroNDBNTS. I -J . 1 1 have UNUSUAL FACILITIES tor the IVK8T1GATION OÍTITLK9 and a THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE of the PEOPLE, enabling me to atake IN VBSTMENIS of aU kinds, luchas the purchase of RANCH, GRANT and CITY PROPERTY, and maklna LOANS for CAPI TALISTS to bettor ADVANTAUB than they oan for THRM8KLVID. There la a grand future before NEW MEX ICO. Bual nee. 1. beginning to look up rap Idly. Now I. the time to make lnveatmeata be fore price, advance too high There has been a marked Improvement la REAIi ESTATE during tbe paet SO days, and there 1. no doubt the oomlna eprtng will wit. nee. a sharp advance In REAL ESTATE, when those who made Inveiunenta in property will reap a rlok reward. The Incoming tldeot business lmprovewest is Beginning to be felt and will cause a genu ine boom the owning year. Now 1. the time to Invest. "A bint to tbe wise 1. suffloient." I HAVE FOR SALS oneof the best paying wéll established manufacturing enterprises la Ibe Territory, i an be bought to an advantage. I H AVU FOR SALB oae of the best buaineas coiner, in the oity, renting for 20 per sent on tbe Investment ' ' I HAVE FOR SALE an elegant pleee of real- 1 dence property In an exoellent neighborhood, that 1. paying SO per oent on the Investment. . 1 hare a business opening fot S5.U00 to $10, 000 that Is absolutely safe, and will pay from iO to 25 per oent on the lnvustment. TO RANCH AND CATTLE INVESTORS, I have a fine stocked ranoh for sate that will pay a laree Interest on tbe investment. Come and see my list of grant, ranch and cattle In rest menu before purchasing elsewhere. I HAVE the largest Une of rent.. Improved and unimproved property lor sale to be found In the city. , . FOn BARGAINS of all kind, in REAL ES TATE eall on FtTZGBRRELL, Tou will fiad . him alive to business Interest, and courteous to all. Before Investing, oall and see him. FtUgerreU'. Guide lo New Mexioo. free to all - : Down with High Prices! The Largest Stock of Dry Goods " in the city ret opened. From this time on we will sell only for Cash In order to reduce prices on all kinds of goods. The ioUowing are some of our . prices : ' 100 PIECES CARPETS. ' Hem p. 4-4 .200 per yard Cotton, 4-1 tOo per yard ' Wool and Cotton. 4-4 50c per yard All wool, entra super fine, 4-4. 10c per yard Hest all wool. 4-4 .'. . ..800 per yard Brua.ell.,8-4.. , 700 per yard Body Brussels, 3-t $1.00 to SI. 2ft Velvet fl .26 per yard DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT. ' . BOO Pieces Prints. Common SO yard, for f 1 .00 Medium 18 yards for $1.00 .' Boat standard 17 yard, for $1.00 " BLEACHED. S00 Piece. Domestics. ' I Canve River, 5-4 20 yard, for $1.00 ' Recurlly, 7-8 .., 18 yards for $1.00 Industry. 4-4 . .15 yard, for $1.00, Fanner.' Cholea. 4-4 12 yards fir $1.00 Blackatone, A, 44,.., .....11 yards for $1.00 : 800 Pleee. Ginghams. - Common 14y.rds for $1.00 Hood Standard.. 14 yards for $1.0 Fine 10 yards lor SI .00 Dress Patterns 8 yards for $1.00 We will also sell all goods In the same proportion as the above prices- Hooing yon will call to see our immense stock, we re main, , Tours respectlully, : H. ROMERO & BRO. N-g.Oor. of Plain. ' Manufacturer and dealer In ' i I , )i ' : 9 Tin, Cooper, Sheetiron Ware Eave-Troughs, Tin Roofing, Camp stoves and minors' outfits. LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. , Gold Watches, Diamonds, r""ll 1 VHT W H.LflllMM. ITIII 1 1 aillMIIIH. sniv TTT- a-i nu n.aiMa, ' Bracelets', ' . Pins and Sleeve Buttons..: . , Silverware. Filigree Jewelry, Specialty. ' : ' 324 R. R. Ave. East lasVegas 4 fl.