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. t-PklUe4 la tkte lM4ltf city the Ter rltary'ai'niar Mexlca. , I Lj 1 U .. i . E-Tke only pits- in New Hexlc receiving mmd awbliehlng the fair Associated Presa lele graphic restart. LAS VEGAS, THURSDAY 3Í0RXIXG, JUNE. 3, 1.886. ..' 1 J fj ''I f j g t. PRICE, FiyE CENTS. VOL. XIII. XO. 283. fBSTABLlSHED IN lBttl.l A.A.&J.H.WISE The Mea Who THE WEDDING,-.. Scenes and Incidents Con nected Therewith. SELL THE REAL ESTATE! Jefferson! an Simplicity Very Properly at a Discount. The Happy Couple to- KDjoy. the Honeymoon at Deer Park. Want a Bayer for llfflttttprod ; ANew Treaty Proposed to Set tle the Fisheries Dispute GROUND On North Side of Dovtíaa Aye Cheap to Cash Buyer, frlne Location. AtKO want a buyer lor Constitutional Amendment Proposed to Prohibit Polygamy, to the institution of Thy word. Moroi- luuy De pieasoa, Aiuiienty uoa, to vouchsafe to each of them Thy grace, that they may welt and truly weigh ths nnfailicg vows which they are now bout to make to each other in the pres- I i ' Hhet His BroHien. ''" ; artELBVHJ.E, Mo-Jjunei. A temi ble; tragedy waa enacted tea miles east of Ijere. John W,, Wright, a weIl-q-do farmer, shot bis brother Vinoent Washington, June 2. Other wed dines-have been held at the White House, eight in all- but never before td- i rcnnn paying vvfii FSTABJBtntBó hi8hMt diKoitaryJ. the A UUUU - iHIIKU HtLL 0 1 HO- land bowed his head within iu historio I HFe1 RUN NESS I waller to receive the blessing of the LIOIILU DUOIilLOd. nhrl, nnnn hi. nninn In thA hnlt bnnHl of matrimony. ; i rom ine very uawn 7. the wedding day the' city soeined aliyj to the approaching event;' little knots ot elders talked it over on the side walks in front of the hotels: sedate latrons gossiped of. it as they passed loner the titreet and bevies of' laughing girls chatted about the coming momen tous ceremoay. The still and murky haze of the early TTftTTSVES FOR RENT. kl and warm' 8utl",1 breze? flUUOilO iUi A.A4A1A. . Teiiow Bunbeams flitted through tne lonage ni me pars, maaiDg enoe of this company and before Thee; i Wright, inflicting a wound from which he will probably die. . lUs mower, wnt is a widow owning considerable prop ertyjately became1 inecne, and Join decided it was bes$ to have a wurator appointed for the property, 0f applies! to the probas court for that uurpo A jury, a juugeu . ne : motuer ibbíiuo, anii the brother tookexoepiioa thereto. Finally John consented that Vinoent should be appointed guardian and cur ator, nd he was ordered to give bonds, This he failed to doñead .the court de cided to appoint some one e'so. Vin cenWdeclar,ed he would take an appeal to me circuit court, auu seemou gienv ly enraged. - The next dy ohn went to his mother's residence and found Vinoent awaiting -hii-4berar -As-he drove up in his buggy his brother ran out and attacked him and undertook to pull him from the vehicle. When Vin cent caught the reins with bis left band and. with his riiyht. hurled a atone at his brother' head and caught up another to throw John pulled a pistol ana area the fatijl shot. He at once gave, him self op. , ' ! . i - . 1 A Constitutional Amendment to Prohllilt Those dwlrtt.tr Rest Estate or a business st low prioes can find the same for tale on our books. If You Want to Buys- Call and see our list of property, both realty ami personal, , A Good List of Outside Real Estate. I COB. 6TH JlRD DOTJGLAf , LAS VEGAS.' ÍKEW MEXIGd NOTARY PtTBLIOr Til 6 Pili 6 . Santa Fe, N. HI. First-Class in all Appointments Bates for families staying more than a week P. RUMSEY tfc SON ft 1 Of Las Vegas. GEO. J. D1NKEL, President. A. A. KEEN, Cashier. CAPITAL 50,000 TRANSACTS A (iENEBAL BANK ING BUSINESS, East Las Vegas. New Mexico, TROPICAL STORE. D. BOFFAé Brldue Street, Las Ve gas, N. M, Trouioal and Domestic Fruits in aiASoN. ' 1 IMPORTED C0O9S OF ALL KINDS ; Confectionery, Cigars, ' ANQ TOBAOOO. ' J. S. ELSTOH, PAINTER, PAPER-HANGER, ; ;': . abd ! ; ; ? " DECORATOR. THOKOlIGil WORKMANSHIP AND AM Pti"ACII.mK8. Dealer In Wall Puper, Glass, Window Sash. " ano 1'tlnteit supplies of all kinds. Sixth St Opposite Post Office. Gazette Job Office Can mrm eat werk anleker, la better style and at lewer prices thaa. any iar allies lm the pictures upon the velvety turf beneath. Successive arrivals of guests were watched with' interest and their names were whispered by the more knowing ones to their Companions. Suddenly tbe strains of the wedding march floated through the- oped -windows and there was a general ezoiaraaiion iron out side: "Tbe services have begun." Then there came ;a ; tantalizing hush within the walls, which was soon ended by the strains of the bridal chorus, from Lohengrin, and it was thereby kuowo that the ceremony was ended. PKTAXL9 OF JIIE CEREMONY. ' 'Ábout hfclf past Ax "o'clock the wed- dimr cuests beean to arrive. "The first arrival whs secretary llamar, no was olosely followed by Key. Dr Sunder land and wife anu during tne next lew minutdS there came in quick succession Postmaster General Vilas, Seoretary and Mrs.Endicolt, Seoretary Manning and bis wife. , After removing their wraps in the state dining room all the cuests proceeded to the blue room. ana were reoeivea oy iwsi ivose -ieve-lniL VWww mtnaief tuo guests chatted iraviv. but all conversation was quick!; suspenaea at f.ia p. m., wnen the selected orchestra from the Marine band, stationed in the corridor, strucK nn the familar strains of tbe wedding march from Mendelssohn's Midsummer Niorht's Dream, and all eyes were turned to the doorway to catch tbe first glimpse of the coming bride and groom Starting from the western corridor on thn n inner lloor. me presiueni came slowly down the western staircase with his hride- leaning on, bis arm. Thev were unaccompanied, even tbe onde s mother aw ait id e ber coming with the other guests, raising through tbe cen tral oomdor. , THS BRIDE AND GROOM ENTERED the blue room and took a position near its southern wall, which was complotely hidden from sight by a mass of nodd irnr nalms. ironical Brasses and an end less variety of choice flowers. The crystal chandelier poured a flood of mellow radiance npon the scene and tbe colors of the massive banks 01 scar let beuonias and royal laquemot roses mingled with the blue and silver tints of the frescoed walls and ceiling, gave a warm and glowing tone to tbe wnoie brilliant interior. The delicate ivory hulea of the bride's wedding gown fuund an exauisite setting iu tbe masses - of crimson toses imme- rimiHlv hevond. The president was in foil evening dress, with turn-down collar, fawn necktie and white studB. A hush fell upon the assembly as Dr Sunderland stepped forward to his po aif.mn. frí.ntincr the weddine couple with Kev. William Cleveland, the pres- MnnTs brother, at his leli hand, la muting. T.noH mid with deliberate uttor anee the doolor began a simple and beautiful " ' - . WEDDINO SERVICE AS FOLLOWS: Forasmuch as we are assembled to ob serve the holy rites of marriage, it is needful that we sbould beseech tbe blessing of the great Uoa, our atner, whose institution it U, and therefore I beseech you now to follow me with with reverent nearia in prayer w mm. Imlo-htv and Everlasting God. Father of our spirits.Framer of our bodies.eiver of every gooa buu peneui gui; who canst see the end from the beginning- who knowest what is best for us, Thy ohihtren, and who bast appointed tbe holy me oí unrnain w observed throughout all generations, regard now, we beseech Thee. Tby ser vant, our chief magistrate; endow him plenteously with Thy grace, and fill him mth WlSaom hO wni& 1U JIUV utui- nances: be verj nigh to him in the midst ot his many cares and grave .a.nnaiKiliiins dav bv dav. May Thv law direct aim, andThy ttranirth nnhold him. and be lhou . . r i i . i i u-. l fnravur i n sun ana suieiu; no iuu ..nlii,l nlnsind to look down upon this, thy daughter even as Thou didst favor Bebecos, and many other noble women who have adornea tne worm. Mm she indeed be a precious Doon j : . . . i i . Irom uoato ner nuHoauu " TO CHEEK AND HELP HIM f,nnniu- a woman sifted of beauty f iha I.nrd. and shedding the sweet io- flnnnnea of Christian life opon the tfa- nn in whn. i cht she is to awell. WiHThon approve what we, Thy ser vants, come to do In Thy name, dv i ny ..,ihn,iii and under the laws of the land in which we live; and graciously ..i them this man and ibis woman who are here to be united in the bonds of holy wedlock, acoording and that they may be enabled hereafttr, at all times, so to live together as to rejoice in.- the solemnization ot this union with Joy, unspeakable and full of Í lory, through Jesus Christ, our Lord, .men. : i ' i Addressing he oomptuy Dr. Sunder land said: -"Marriage is honorable among all men, in that man shall leave his father and mother and shall cleave unto his wifo and tbey twain shall be one flesh. It was constituted by our Creator in the first paradise. It was confessed by patriarch and priest, prophet and apostle. It was oonfirmed by teaching and adorned with tbe pres ence of the Redeemer and has been hon ered by THE FAITHTUL KEEPTNO'"" of all good men and women since the world began. It is therefore) not to be undertaken lightly or unadvisedly, but soberly, discreetly and in. the fear of God. Into this holy estate this man and this woman come now to enter; if any can show iust oause why tbey mav not be lawfully united in marriaee let him now speak or else hereafter for ever hold his Dcace. Tbe minister then repeated the Epis oopal service. The responses were made by the contracting parties in firm tones, and the oeremony was end ed by Kev. William Cleveland, who pronounced tbe following bonediotion God the Father, God tbe Son, and God the Holy Ghost, bless, preserva and keen you. May the Lord mercifully fill you with all temporal and all spirit ual blessings and grant that you may so I i s-o together in this world that iu the world to come you may nave lite ever lasting. Amen. At the conclusion of the ceremony. Mrs. Folsom. showing traces of deep emotion, was the hrstto tender her con gratulations to the newly mar ried pair. She was followed by Mies Cleveland, Rev, Mr. Cleveland, nd the other relatives. ana irienas in urn. While the congratulations were in in progress the band periormea tne BRIDAL CHORUS AND MABCII from Lohoccrin. - To this musio the president ana bis wife led away into the stately east room the adorments of this noble nan were keeoine with its maiostio propor tions, and its ample space and brilliant illuminations anoraea an opportunity for a fitting display of tbe ladies toilets . Tne bride wore an enchanting wed ding dress of ivory satin, simp.y gar nished, en high corsage with indisn muslin orossea in urecisn folds and carried in exquisite fulls ot simplicity oyer ber petticoat, ine orange blossom garniture, commencing upon the veil in a superb coronet, was .rolygamy. , :. june a. senator u- Washington, lumv today introduced In the senate a joint resolution proposing tbe following amendment to tbe constitution: The only institution or tsoatraot ef marriage -within the United. States, or UV: Place subleot to tbeir jurisdiction, soul) be that ot the union in marriage ot ouopian with one woman, and bigamy or DOlYiramv is forever prohibited, any lawi custom, form or ceremony, civil or religions, to the contrary notwnnsiang ÍDg No states shall pass any law or al low .any custom or- uaramony of mar riage, except in obedience to and in conformity with the institution of mar riage as hereinbefore, established, bnt otherwise the regulation, within eaoh state of marriage and llivoroe and civil acd criminal íunsüiuúon 01 these ano j :ctithall belong to the several states as heretofore, congress snail nave tne power to entorce this article by appro priste legisiaiiuu, I A Pretty Kettle of Fish, Í Washington, June 8. Representa tive Bootelle received a telogram todiy f i-oin Eastport to the effect thai the do minion collectors of customs threaten to seize American boats if they buy her. riDg from fisbermon on provincial shorei to be ; used for Banning in the United States. A large business of this kind tils been carried on at Eastport apa' vicinity, noerl y al tbe flsh being luaru " v :jj t 4i A New Fishery Treaty Safgested. London, June 3. The correspondent of the New York Herald cables that pa per as follows: The discussion io America with, regard to tbe fisheries question has greatly quickened the in terest felt in me subject ny tne pnirsq government. This afternoon Mr. Cls- burn Morgan, under secretary 01 state for the colonies, said: "Lord Granville. Lord Eotebory and I, ! myself, are still most anxious to arrange tmngs) in a friendly and sensible way. That such a way exists l personally nave no uuuou Though I have no authority to enter into details. I would be qnite willing lo tee anew treaty to take tne p'aoeuf the old one,, but the United States senate MOM to -': iiv'f tf tj 1 " BAU THB WAY. U la I The relations between the United Statee and England are, most cordia1, but this hi a three-cornered question. Wecao not give Canada the cold shoulder. 1 bold strong views in regara to cog land's relations to her colonies. We must stand lxGede." - t tvt , Asked wbetber b tnontnit 'ue sug gested new treaty should ba based on tbe prinoipio 01 cqnai rignis, mr. mor gan replied:, f 'l am not at liberty so state. But lot us sweep away me oiu treaty or wo shad drift int.) trouble. To do this, a meetiug between the United States, Canada and England would have to be arranged. I should be happy if a conference could be arranged, say in London. I feel sure tbe Canadian ministry would approach tbe matter in a reasonable epirt.'''i; í :.;' . ,Ttie dispatches from the United Stales gotero meat bearing on the ques tion which left America on the 21st iust.. are not expected to arrive till June 3. oontinuert throuKbout tne,cos,iuirii .Plaboilaiea ?6 afraid to continue tb t-ríotto oKnr. - rxnr-vveil was of tuue, about five yards iu length; it complete ly enveloped her, falling to tao edge of ber petticoat in iront anu exiuuiiiug iuo entire lengtn ox ner iuii court iraio She carried no flowers and wore no lewelrv. exseot an engagement ring, containing a sapphire and two dia monds, and a plain gold weaning ring bich had been placed on ner nnger before she descended tbe staircase From the east room the company pro ceeded, after a season of promenading and conversation, to tne lamuy aining room of the mansion, where the weu- dlnar sunoer was served, lhere was traflic, and large numbers of people on both sides of the line are affected. Mr. Boutelle and Senator Jtiaie mis morning called on Secretary Bayard, who promised to take immediate steps to ascertain the facts of this reported denial of thn ordinary privileges of com merce, but ne remarnea mat, as uipiu- matio negotiations on this subjsot must be conducted through tbe British home government, tbey are necessarily slow. Dliroull as a Home Ruler. London, June 2 The land bill has been again postponed. It will be taken no formal order observed in the supper I up jun8 7, -phe Daily News produces the room, out iuo cuuawuu u . . b Bejamin jjsrea ll in the gusts sat at smaa tapies or siowij r . . -mlnong ia 1884. jjisreali proiueunuuu iuo iuuijj no moj uidu and chatted over the events of the evening. Elegantly designed souve nirs, consisting of satin boxes contain ing dainty pieces of tbe bridal cake and each one bearing a hand-painted mono gram, "C. were reoeivea oy eaou uuost. ' While the orchestra was playing a selection the bride GENTLY SLIPPED AWAY to her room and changed her wedding dress for a silk traveling dress, one then returned to the company and was soon afterward joined by the president wbo baa in it dress suit for was about 8 dent and his bride said a basl.y good bye to their friends and left the bouse. As thev entered the carriage and as the horsis started off a shower of rice was thrown on the carriage and their friends waved them a final God-spoed The carriage was driven direct to the Baltimore & Ubio raiiroaa station, whero a special train was in waiting tt take the president and bis bride to ueer rarK. 10 ineir uusiiuslu'u nreaident and his bride were wholly un accompanied. They will probably re main at Ueer rara aoout a weea, uur- in summing up tbe Irish question said Ireland is teeming witn a starving nnnnifl and auffars from an absentee ar iKtnnracv. an alien church and the wealthiest executive in the world. The nnlv rnmnriv is revolution, which is pre venter! hv connection wuu uuwbnui England, therefore England is logically In an odious position, being the cause nf nnanrv in Ireland. The duly of the Knulish mimstei tnereiore is to eueut h tiis nolicv all the changes which a revolution would do for the country. This is the Irlsh qu9stion ln.iie integri ty. The moment you have a strong ex- t -Live Stock Markets. , J'. Kansas Crrr, June 3. Cattle Receipts, 1,267: shipments, 930. Market slow, except for oboice to fancy, wnioh sold at $1 95$5.00; fairto good, $4,00(211.90; common to medium k$160; stoccers and feeders, t3.93 (4.2U;eowe, a.50S8.40.., ,. J .. Chicago, June 2,' 1 Cattlc -J Receipts ' 1,000; market, slow and steady; shipping steers. 93U(g 1,500 poonds, 4, 40 (3 $5. 60: ttocters and feeders, f2 0O4.7O; through Texas cat tle, 120 oar, lü20o lower; cows and steers, f.2 60Q100; corn, fed $8.75 - New Tork, June 2. New lork, 7: Kansas City, 8. Boston, June. a. cuicago, uos- ton. 0. " " . . Philadelphia, Junes. M. Louis, u: Philadelnhia. 8.- J ' 1 ' 1. PHILADELPHIA, June a. Atuietics, i; Pittsburg. 61 Baltimoki. june a. Baltimore, t: St. Louis. B. ' : ! ' ' '. 1 . New IOUK, June a. Motropontans, 7; Louisville, 10. Brooklyn, 2; Cmcin- aoP- - 1 i, Oí Interest to Lan d Owners. Washington, June 2. Comptroller Durham of tbe treasury department, has rendered a decision in which be holds that under the act of June 10, 1880, double minimum excess paid for lana Should be returneu 1 tne originm purchaser and not lo the transferee, where the transfer was made after the passage of the aot. This decision re Í verses a decision of Comptroller Law rence, hie predecessor.- 1. v . In the House. . Washington, June 2. The house spent the day discussing the oleomar garine bill. It was reported from tbe committee of the whole to the house rith the understanding that a vote win be taken on the tame tomorrow. BTseusH taso, ' ' . J. J. FITZGERRELL, Real Estate Financial tAeiit for Capitalists. Coa. Gkakd Art. and Ceitwk 8t. Las Vegasr. - .NeW; Mexico. ASPBfhALTr MADK INrVvESTTNO AWli LOANING MONEY FOK KASTBKN CAPI TALISlfi, Or WHOM I HAVE A LAKUK UN a OF OoattKUPoKOJtJ.TSuú : ., 1 ii.al ' t.'l'f,n I heve üNtISTJAL rAUIUTIKS tor tbe IVKsriGATIOSofTirLKSsnilaTHOROO'UH RNOWLKDUBof tbe FbOtaB: eoabline me to make IN VKSTM EN I S of alt Ilnds, such as the piimbuseof HAüUH, U6U.NTV sad CITY l'KOPKKTY, and nuking. LOANB-for CAPI TALISTS to nottor ADVANTAijlB tbaa they oan for THKMSüLVa. . t 'I here Is a grand future before NEW MEX ICO. Basloeos Is bee-Inning- to took tap rap idly. Now is the time to aake mveetmaata be fore prices advance too high -- Thre bss been, a marked Improvement In RKAIi ESTATK during tbe psst 60" days, snd there Is no doubt tbe oomlns spring- will wit nesa a ahara advance In ItUAL, KeTATK.When those who made lnvesuneuts in ptoperty will reap a rich reward. , TQe inoomlng tide of bnslneas Improvement is Deglnnlng to be felt and will oause a genu ine boom the oomins year. Nov la the time to inveat. "A bint to the wise Is sufficient." 1 HAVE POft SAL one ot the best baying well established nutaufaolurlng enterprises la the Territory. ( an be bought to aa advantage. 1HAV&FOH 8 ALB one of the beet business corners In tbeeity, renting for to per cent oa the Investment - - , '.' J 1 HAVE FoK SALE sn eleaant piece f resi dence property In an exoelient nela-hborkood, thnt Is paying SO per oent on the Investment. 1 hare a business opening ror5.000 lo tie. 00 that Is absolutely safe, and will pay from g to a per oenc on tne lnvcsimcni. TO BANUU AND VATl'Jba, UH15TUB, have a ine stocked ranch for sale that wl 11 pay a lanre Interest on tbe Investment. Uonw and see my list of graot,-ranoh and eattle, lu rest menu bsfbre purchasing elsewhere, - -I H A a tbe largest imooi rents, impreveu and unimproved property lor sale to be found In the city. ' . . . t . 1 - ' i, FOn BARG1ATN9 of all kind, la RKAL BS TATB call on riTZGBRBBLI., you-will And blm alive te business InterosU and courteous to all. Kef ore investing, call and see blm. Flugerrell's Guide io New Mtxkoe, rae to all . i. - . , 1 t 4 , 1 High Prices! A Happy Day Mitket No Difference. tv ashinuton. June 2. The president today vetoed tnree more pension umo. T B. MILLS OKAUB IN the meantime changed his eoutVe, religiously and politically, and r a traveling costume. This jult administration, you'll have order 8:30 o'clock and tbe prest- i Irrland," - . Mormon Cruaftde. Geneva. June 2 The "Latter Day Saints." who lately inYaded Switzerland have alreadV pitched ' their tenlB in twenty or thirty places, notubly Berne, Rui 0. (ienuva. Zurich and Sohaffhau sen, where they muster several hundred strong, and have led estray many mai- iIbhh fub 10 atlentiou was some umo ago directed to this new and obnoxious crusade. The increase of the nuisance i, ntw ornwn alarming, and tbe Swiss mi, whinli tima thav will occupy a small ra hno-inino- to clamor for the election nrttt.RO-n attanhed to tbe bolel. wnicu f tha iuvauurs. i be Ueaaquariers 01 hna nnt. Tnt nnnnon lor rne seatou. 1 : h Mnrnmn arniv bl Dreseui booujb vj Tbe guests begun to leaye toe mw DH at Berne, wnence tue movuiueuu house soon after the president s ae- gradually spreading to ine rest 01 parture. - . - ' Switzerland and Germany. , . Th orchestra continued to play en- - ,! .- i ;n mmry, innjrnir hv I - A Terrible Acoiaena, a. . ...... 1 1 ,.u.I I 1 , r o . A n Aman snAnml which lime ail tne kubhls unu ou , vanvau, uuuv ""K- -r-- their dnnarture. A crowd of curious I , n.niihtinanaava: This evening sightssers remained near until propa- of vouna ladies olimbed to the rations were maue to 01000 tur luo.uiaui - '...- . .,ivfaat top 01 tu ue uo11 wnoM J Mines, Real Estate LIVE STOCK, s lBili'HiUtiU xta.itjuc.a. Dfflce on Bridge Street, near Pcstoffioe, Las - Vegas, New Mexico. , , ah kinds oft erritorlal and ooanty bonds and warrants bough land sold, and all kinds ot land scrip bought and sold which will locate allclasees of government Innd. fifty Im proved and unimproved ranohea for sale in hew Mexico and the Kepubllo ol Mexico, em bracing traout lrotn 86,0.0 to l.OUO.oou aerea each at rrom twenty oentt to one dollar per acre. Title perfect. i"ull Information tent anon applloetlon.Having ouaiocoa bjlu.ju-u with attorneys at Washington, D. C, we are prepared te give particular attention to pro 80 tlog clalmi of every description against the United States government. ColeoUons made in any oartof the l'erritorv. Downwitf ' The-Largest Stock al f., ( . Bry - Gds " - tai ta eísy y pesie." From this time on we will sell only for Cash in order to reduce prices on all kinds , of goods. The lollowlng are some of our prices! . - -. .' ' , .. 100 PIECES CARPETS. " : Hemp,W.... a. .S0o per yard Cottun, 4-t ., KOo per yard Wool and Cotton. -....-. Mo per yard All wool, extra super line, 4-4. 70o per yard Itestall wool. 4-4 SOo per yard llruMells, IM .........iuoper vara Bony isruueis, y ....,... " Velvet 11.116 peryard DoarusTic depaktment. , 50O Pieces Prints. Common i. to yards for jl.OO Medium 18 yards for jl.OO Best standard 17 yards for l.0U ' BLEACHED. " ' ' ' SOO Pieces Uomestlcs. Oauve River. S-t . yards for Jl OO Security, 7-S 1 J" " Y Industry, t-t i. .18 yards for J1.0U Farmers' Choioa,4-4... IS yards far 1.09 Blaokstone, A, 4-4, .....U yards for $1.00 SOO Pieces Ginghams. . " ..14 yards f oi tl.00 Vi yards for $1.00 10 yards tor $1.00 ........... yards for $1.00 Wq will also sell all goods in' the same proportion as the above prices. Ho Ding you will call to see our immense stock,. we- re main, - Yours respectiully, : H. ROMERO ORO. M. t. Cor. of Plaza.' ' Common...'..... Good Standard.. Fine Dress Patterns. Manufaotur'T and dealer lo . ( Tin, CoDper. Sheetlron Ware Eave;Tronghs. Tin Roofing, - Camp stoves and miners' outfits. LAS VEGAS, ; NEW MEXICO. DEALER It! THE WEDDING PRESENTS were many but they were not exhibited nnr will anv list of the same be furnish ed. This is in deference te the wishes of the president. The groom's gift to the bride was a handsome diamond high, for the purpose 01 obtaining a annii VÍHW of the OitV. MÍSS EppB SttW- art steppeu to tue twice u& ,u. wnv. and leaned against the corner post ana was viewing the country, wnen tne jau- FIETE JE inn Drill o Was a uaiiuauuio uimuvuu " a n - - . . , ' . necklace, composed ot a single string of itor, not . Ve ,h? i..n:...' tiT. ......,. hii tha nah-Uh.Iias. seized the bell rope to can a hrillianta The Dresenis (rom tbe cabi net officers and their wives wore mostly jewelry., : The- Presbyterian Convention. Hamilton, O., June 2. The 28th an nual session of the general assembly of the United Presbyterian church began with the choice of Rev, D. J. Browntree, of Charteiers Presbytery, as moderator. Among me memorial pre sented is one askieg the assembly to m..i nir nt thn nre company.', abb suu- den olang of tbe great bell startled Miss stanrarr ana. losiniT ner oaiauuo, sue plunged from ine oimj uoikuv w iuo pavement. She was immediately picked np end found to be fatally in jured, . - ' ' ' " The Senate, Washington, June 2. The senate today discussed the Northern Paciho . ji.nt.nn onnneminn- the pro- hill, but took no action on the same, nrintv nf members 01 tne onurou ioiuiuk 1 neiu u such associations as tbe Knights of Mourned Labor. The report of the conference 1 . a Prominent Cttlien Gone, eommittee, proposing terms for the nitNVi,H Juna a. Hon. Frank Til Ubion Wlin tne souiuum wmiuu, u "I, . . anniate reform. - will also come np for ford, a prominent action. There are about aw aeiegates present, Gold "Watches, Diamonds, Silver "Watches, Oold Chains, .'.'' Bracelets,'..'' -:' awa....-'e a .Tt pins and Bieeve cuttonst 'fÍr Süverware executive session and ad- a prominent caiuornia auu 1 Nevada pioneer, died bore this evening . of congestión of ibe liver. ,, . Filigree Jewelryt 1 Eepa'ring of Fine . Watches a -. v' Epecialtr. ; Mili St, West Las Veps. Ho. 324 B. R. fcve. East LasVegas City si Las Vegas.