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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 1 April 1892

f ' (, 00 u ' YKV Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Friday Evening, April 1, 1892. No. 02. 1 1 wmm dip LATE NEWS. MKKTIXO OP BAILROAO MEN. Er, I'aso, Tex., April 1. C. II. Huntington, of tbo Southern Pacific, and a large number of bigb officials of thuroad, and A. C. Hutchinson, president of the Morgan line of steamers, will arrive in 1 Paso in ' the morning. Jay Gould, who is here, has invited them to call on hira. An inspection committee of stock holders of the Texas & Pacific will leave New Orleans in the morning to run through to El Paso. The ob ject of all the railroad magnates meeting here is unknown. General Superintendent W. B. Cutler, of the Chesapeake road, is with the Hunt ington party, and will spend several days in El Paso. It is believed Hunt ington is coming to watch Gould to see if he is going to build from El Paso through Mexico to tho coast. It is understood hero tonight that the Santa Fe officials will arrive in El Paso Friday. Ei. Paso, Tex., April l.C. I. ...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 1 April 1892

Las Vegas Free Press An Evening Dally. J. A. OARKUTH, PUBU8HKK. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Ykab 0.00 Six Months 3.00 Per Week 15 In advance. Entered at the post office at F.M La Ve?t for trnnrnl("ini necond clM mull matter. FniDAr, April 1, 1S92. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Mayor: J J. M. CUNNINOHAM. For Town Trustees: Sknkca Ki.ink. Tiikrox Crispki.l. For Marshal: T. F. Clay. For Recorder: W. II. Kki.lt. Nothing bin a stupendoiiH Munder can prevent tlie election of a Kcpiib liean president and house, of repre sentatives tliir year, and there is now no reason for believing that any blunder will be made. Judge- Booth arrivsd last night from Wyoming. Very little busi ness was done at the meeting ho at tended. Further action in the matter is postponed until the meeting of tin Wyoming Cattle association, which meets on the fourth and fifth of ttiii- month. ' Tomorrow the county convention for election of delegates to Silver City meets hire and will elect i:J delegates to represent this count) A...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 1 April 1892

N,. Las Vegas Free Press Friday, April 1, 1892. T3SBIT0SIAL. S. F. Judy lias resigned as mana ger of the lVios Valley railroad. The Santa Fe city council lias voted lh' mayor a salary of 1300 a yearafid the cotiwilmen $5 per day for attendance at council ineetmirg, Tin) citizens are very indignant. Mother Mary IJIanchi, superior of the order of the Sinters of Chaiity, and her secretary, Sister Florence, whose headrpiartei-K are at Cincinnati, will arrive in Santa Fe in a day or two ni a visit to the si. iters at fc't. Vincent's. Republican Cototy Convention. A convention of the Republican party of the county of San Miguel, will he held in Las Vegas on Satur day April I'd, at 10 a. ni., in the court house, for the purpose of nominating thirteen delegates to attend the ter ritorial convention at Silver City on the 14th of April, which nominates delegates to the National convention which meets at Minneapolis, June 7, to nominate a Republican candi date for president of the United Stata...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 1 April 1892

I If I i Las Vegas Free Press Friday, April 1, 1S02. J (Jail ami get can! with direc tions for niiiking A. I Coffee of- Gtaaf& Kline That valist sold for I0. I"iiiniln'(l rooms, Old Oitio hlock. Southbound passenger trains are on time. The coming event: "Weekly col lections." Meeting of the Mug lodge tonight for work in the F. C. degree. Kaunas City meats always on hand at T. W. I l ay ward's. If you want nice hread and cake, go to the New England liakery. (treat storms in Kansas and Ne braska have slopped telegraphic com munication. T. N. Akers is quite an artist, judg ing from the production left at Ros enthal Uros.' store. Free Coinage- Mining company meets tomorrow night at the office of I lay ward & Sporleder. Our lady readers should not fail to see the ribbon sale at Itosenwald's on Monday, Tuesday and Wednes day. Go to the Oak restaurant for good board. Fresh Hams and Breakfast Bacon, Fine Native Apples, JUST IX AT HOMMER & DEMER'S. John Feike has just received a ...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 2 April 1892

Mm Vol. I. ' East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Saturday Evening, April 2, 1892. No. 03. Ezmbucait Convention. A imnilu r of delegates met at the court house at 10 a. m., as per call, but as many of the delegates had misunderstood and supposed the meeting was to be nt 2 p. m., the del cgatcs present called lion. L. C. Fort to the c hair, and selected N. C. Sloan temporary secretary, and adjourned to 2 p. m. 11 . Convention' met at 2 p. m., and Hot.. Eugenic) Romero was called to the ehiii r an temporary president and Jusfo Marc temporary secretary. JI. C. do IJaca stated that on ac count of the spring work many dele gates from outside were unable to be present. On motion of Miguel Salazar the temporary officers were made perma nent officers. Miguel Salazar moved that a com mittee of three or five bo appointed to select 13 delegates to attend tht Republican convention at Silver City. Hon. L. C. Fort objected to the appointment of the committee to se lect delegates, as the; selection should ...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 2 April 1892

4 LasVegas Free Press An Evening Dally. J. A. CARRTJTH, PUBLISHER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Onk Year 0.0. SizM'-ktiis 3.00 Feb Week 15 In advance. Entered ai the pt office Hi Et Lai Vega for trBnnihwnin n m-onml cIhmi mull matter, Saturday, April 2, 18U2. EEPUELICAN TICKET. For Mayor: J. M. Cunningham. For Town Trustee: Sknhca Kline. Tiikuon Ciuspkll. For Marshal: T. F. Clay. .r Hi-f-nli-r: .11. Kmi.y. iv.tziu C:t:z:n Efzazs. Ii i not riiiiotiiiry in timi- of ii toi.,k.- inscl of the eiitiin, :iin follow hi advirr in plaiminji :"" C ii i ii-t inj it campaign. Sucli i o 'nroi- would ! certain destruction ami tin- very idea of it in o repu: n nit to all Hi-iiMt of propriety, tin t one who even nii:gcstf it, is straight w. iv hr.mdcd a a traitor. 1 lie urn cle of Citizen" in tilt) Optic of tli 2:jil would eonvey the idea that In wis a friend of the town of Las Vi gas, and earnestly seeking to furtln r its interest. This would ho we were it not coupled with the approv al of Mr. Millheiser's ...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 2 April 1892

v Las Vegas Free Press Saitkday, April 2, 1892. Tiiu Kit. m Keportcr recently made an attack on (.'ant. Collier of the Kangc, el. liming that he was opposed to working men and was disliked by them where ever, known. Wo have always heard him spoken of in tho highest, tei un by those who are well acquainted with him, including wort ingmcn, and know that he is a very hard winking man himself. lie is too well known to have Huch an attack do him injury. If you drop 15 cents porweekJn th3 I 23 mS3 Slot W9 Will ttO tA9 rest. SsrosLiCAU County convention. A convention of the Republican parly of the county of San Miguel, will be held in Las Vegas on Satur day April 1, at lu a. m.,in the court In us", I r Hie purpose of nominating tin: t.iM-ii delegates to attend the ter ritori.il ciiveiition at Silver City on the Hih f April, whieh nominates delegates to the National convention which meets ut. Minneapolis, June 7, to nominate a Republican candi date for president of the United StUates The va...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 2 April 1892

It Las Vegas Free Press Saturday, April 2, 1S02. if:- c- 1 "v- C. : ... l ail ai.l grt cnid u i t la dircc timi for making A. I CefTce of GvaafSc Kline Alo::e. Yontiir miin. iiwiij- fn.tn homo tonight, FiiitrotKMi In Hi" li"t irixul-liyc, Fiirjrntii'ii I tin- mother' cyn, Ilor wrinkle. I fiire. Iht hilr blonchfl white, Thnt Htut k :litr tiur thnt close did llu I'lii.n li'-r lni k. (, why O, why I.s lll nlon, nhnip I'UlIuht? Oh: M'ti'l Kotiio kimlly token home. Now nlie' iilunc, nlone, ulonul Ciint th'm foriret (lie innther kind. And in. ike her wre tched vljrlln keep; Fntee her upon erii' l thorn to deep; Miike Vixioii lie lielore her mind To tnrtle In r, to miike her weep. To dniHii her foul in Borrow deep. To h .rnfi, liust thou eomtiiiied. To II I wlih dre.id her humble home. Now die'ii alone, atone, alone? Alone, fhe iif'eii dp. pi her task. And riiuU a loving thoiivht to Hire; t-he I'.vch, th. Hi h thnn iclicllioun bo. Thy llinjerliiif love for her unmask; Let tin letter honi" ...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 4 April 1892

a An i Ay Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Monday Evening, April 4, 1892. No. 94. '-ir LATE NEWS. I1I.0WN TO riKCES. Postsvitxe, Pa., April, 3. The mixing house of the National dyna mito and powder company at Fern dale blew up yesterday. John Long was blown to atoms. STEAMER LOST. London, April 4. The Norweig ian steamer Louise has been lost off the north coast of Norway. The captain, first officer, chiof engineer and seven seamen were drowned. NOMINATED. Washington, April 3. The pres ident today sent to the senate the nomination of Phileman B. Hunt to be Unitqd States marshal for the northern district of Texas. CABINET MEETING. Washington, April 4. The cabi net again considered the Behring sea question today. It is understood that the negotiations for the modus Vi vendi are progressing favorably. WIND STORM. Kansas City, April 3. A terrific wind storm revels throughout Kan sas, Missouri and southern Nebraska. The Western Union wires are going down in every direction. Only three ...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 4 April 1892

LasVegas Free Press An Evening Dally. J. A. CARRUTH, PUBLISHER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Ykab $0.00 Six Months 3.00 Feb Week 15 In advance. Entered at the post olllce at Enst Las Vcgu for tran.rolfmion n iccond cIhbs mall matter. Monday, April 4, 1892. preme bench one bo able, so just, so upright and fearless in expounding iho law and enforcing the decrees of equity. Corporate influence has never yet soiled the judicial ermine which rests upon tho shoulders of Justice Brewer. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Mayor: J. M. Cunningham. For Town Trustees: Seneca Kline. Til EICON ClCIBI'EI.L. For Marshal: T. F. Clay. Fur Uei-onler: W. II. Kki.i.y. IJe sure and l" t the polls tomor ro- and vote I lu; llepiihlieun ticket W. II. Kelly lias made a goo olfieial and deserves to be elected for the ensuing year, Vote the ticket with the school house on and for the party that be lieves in school houses T7UNNIN3IIAM. -vote 1 LAY. k ELLY. LINE. 'HISPELL. Messrs. Kline and Crispcll are both old residents of th...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 4 April 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Monday, April 4, 1892. What a Lacy Is. No lady who is rudo to her serv ants, who gets into rages and abuses them, will ever win tho mysterious and difficult title. Again, no lady who is hail-fcllow-wsll-met with her servants, who chaffs them, or who makes friends with them too obvi ously, cati obtain it. That sort of lady may be liked may bo loved, indeed, but she will not be called perfect. "Avery pleas ant spoken lady," "as good-tempered a lady as ever lived," or, possibly, very familiar lady" a somewhat Malaproprian expression, in occasion al use but not "a perfect lady." A perfect lady means, then, a lady who keeps to her own place or what is considered to be her place by those wlui use the words. She is u lady who lets it clearly be .seen that she is incapable of doing anvlhin for herself that a servant can possibly do for her, whether it be putting on coals or tidying a room, who is always somewhat expensively dressed, who keeps perfectly calm and self-pos...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 4 April 1892

5. . t BUI LasVegas Free Press Monday, April 4, 1S92. . 1 i-.e Ksutfsu tt i i i c 1 1 r. i " - i r Call and get card with direc tions for making A. I. Coffee of Gtaaf & Kline HubbahI Ki-c, my 1u1m, iiml Hiiur Till; ( Munis: hither let It run! If Duncan Is a brick, ('iiiiiiiiiKlmiirH a belter one. Keep the chorus up: Hurrah, for Kelly, fliiy nnJ Kllnol Hurrnli, for T. fri'spi-II! Heiulllearii, come toe tbo line Vote for every one; (Jive them a ehanec to show their skill, Ami, when your duty's done. We'll shout a lomler Hurrah ! still. Cuiinlnifham niul Cluy Vou've trleil both of 'em beforo-- llocu faithful every way; They're worthy of the place oiico more. Kastcru Star meets tomorrow niglit. Go to the Oak restaurant for good board. Look into John Feiko's window and see the "niggers" dance. An uninsulated eiectrio liglit wire bat the cornice of Ollie Parker's sa loon front a lire "last night. The district court met this morn ing with Judge O'Brien prodding. Tlierc was no business ...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 5 April 1892

I- Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Tuesday Evening, April 5, 1892. No. 05. i 5 i J LATE NEWS. BOKDKB SCOUTS DISCHARGED. San Antonio, April 5. The gov ernment today discharged tho Mexi can scjuts and guides employed dur . ing the Garza excitement for service on tho border. There is considered no probability of their services being again required, though Garza is still at large. killed by another colored man named Napoleon Williams, and Perry Wil liams was dangerously hurt by a gun shot wound inflicted by Washington Rob8. The troublo seems to have sprung out ot an altercation between the parties about a partition fence. Sheriff Carradino has gone with dep uties to the scene of trouble to quell the riot .The Installation Last Niqht. GAS EXr-LOSION. Lancaster Penn., April 6. -An explosion of t"gas . iu tbo Ghiokies conipanyfunucc neaKMarietta Ahw morning set tiro to tho falling house. John Grosh, tho top filler, was over come by gas and his body was burned to a crisp. The loss by th...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 5 April 1892

Las Vegas Free Press An Evening Daily. J. A. CAB.KUTH, publisher. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Ykab fG.OO Six Months 3.00 Pek Week 15 In advance. Entered at the pout office lit Emt Im Vcpii for tranxmUamn ns sreond clnM mull matter. Tuesday, April 5, 1892. The New York Times prints a strong editorial favoring the admis sion of New Mexico as a state. In thin statehood contest New Mexico can never ho used as a Dem ocratic cat's paw for raking any Mor mon chestnuts out of the fire. The following is the ticket nomi nated hy the Democrats of Albu tptenjtie: Mayor, Dr. Geo. S. East -or -h.y.;.. recorder, XV. T. McCreight; treasurer, S;iiii Neust.idt. The Atchi-ni's Fchru n y statement shows: Gross increase, $404,888; net increase, 4J4.3 1 8; St. Louis and San Francisco gross increase, $70,137 net increase, U,G50; total gross in crease, $475,020; net increase, $30, 075. While its a long time before the conventions meet, would it not he a good idea to look up the available material to put in the...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 5 April 1892

Las Vegas Free Press TrESDAY, ArEii. 5, 1892. Th3 Way to Eoil Esar. One woman (and her household ways aro the wonder and envy her friends) says that tho right way to boil leggs is not to boil them at all. l' irst put tne eggs into a wire basket with a long wire handle; that Haves the time and vexation of fishing them out with a spoon when cooked Then set tho nest of eggs in ft kettle or other vessel with cold Water enough to cover the eggs not hot writer or warm water, but cold water, Set the vessel over a brisk fire. Do not let tho water boil, only just "come to a boil," and at that particu lar time not before, nor later the eggs will be cooked as they should ;o. Remove the lmskct of eggs by tho tall ctlgo handle. Spread a napkin ovci .i dec) dish, lay in the eggs and fold the four corners of the napkin over llicin and serve. If tliei-e diicctious are followed exactly the egg when broken will roll into the cups like balls of soft jelly, nothing adhering to tho shell, the entire egg...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 5 April 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Tuesday, April 5, 1892. Sell Call and get card with direc tions for making A. I. Coffee of Gtaaf & Kline Sorosi soared last night. Eastern Star meets tonight. The K. of P. meets tomorrow night. Moro snow, but that is better than tornadoes. Commissioners were in session this morning. The burnt district looks better since cleaned up. Southbound passenger trains are bulletined on time. Kansas Citymeats always on hand at T. W. Hay ward's. Mr. Bruce, the contractor, lost a very fine colt yesterday. Epworth League sociable tonight at the First M. E. church. Wilson Waddingham came in from the south this morning. The election today interfered con siderably with court business. If you want nice bread and cake go to the New England Dakery. Fresh Hams and Breakfast Bacon, Fine Native Apples, JUST IN AT HOFMEISTER & DEfflMER'S. Corn fed beef from 3$ cents uj at Green Bros, it Co's. The Hevber property was bid in by Mr. Sloan at-$502 at sheriff's sale. Some of the ho...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 6 April 1892

cm ;1( i- Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Wednesday Evening, April 6, 1892. No. 06. Zls Ay y Ay LATE NEWS. WILL BE APPOINTED. Omaha, April 6. It is reported that J. S. Ceeds will be appointed traffic manager of the Union Pacific to succeed C. S. Mullen, resigned. IC is contingent, upon Jay Gould re taining possession of the road. A QUARTER OS1-A MILLION. Nlw Orleans, April 0.-The to tal loss by yesterday's firo is still es timated at 2,500,000, but the num ber of bags of cotton burned, it is now believed, will not exceed 60,000. It was, however, totally destroyed, , leaving the loss ' substantially the same as stated. in last night's' dis patches. Several of the local insur ance companies were hard hit. A TLOT DISCOVERED. Madrid, April 6. Great excite ment was caused today by the discov ery of a plot by anarchists to blow up the chamber of deputies. The two leaders were discovered in the act of entering the chamber for the v- purpose of placing bombs, several eight-pound bombs b...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 6 April 1892

LasVegas Free Press An Evening Daily. JT. A. CARRUTH, PUBLISHER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $0.00 Six Months 3.00 Per Week 15 In advance. Entered t tbe post office at East Las Vegas for trniiKinixKion as second class mail matter. Wednesday, April 6, 1892. The enliro Democratic ticket was elected yesterday in Albuquerque by majorities of from C2 to 162. The total vote was 1,515. A California railroad man has re cently given the following train or der. It is suspected that ho is a na ' tivo of Ireland: "Hereafter when trains moving in an opposite direction are approach ing each other on separate lines, con ductors and engineers will be re quired to bring their respective trains to a dead halt before the point of meeting, and be very careful not to proceed till each tiain has passed the other." A good deal is being said about the advantages of the abandoned Fort Union military reserve as a point for locating the proposed na tional sanitarium. Fort Union, or what was formerly such, is...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 6 April 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Wednesday, ArEiL 6, 1892. What Salt Will So. A littlo rubbed on the cups wil take off tea Btains. Put into white wash, it will make it stick better. As a tooth powder, it will keep the teeth white and the gums hard and rosy. It is one of the best gargles for sore throat, and a preventive of diphtheria, if taken in time. Use salt ind water to clean willow furni ture; apply with brush, and rub dry, Salt and water held in the mouth af ter having a tooth pulled will stop . the bleeding. Prints rinsed with it in the water will hold their color and look brighter. Two teaspoonsful in half a pint of tepid water is an emet ic always on hand, and is an antidote for poisoning from nitrate of silver. Neuralgia of the feet and limbs can be cured by bathing night and morn' itfg with salt and water as hot as can bo .borne; when taken out, rub the feet briskly with a coarse towel, Salt and water is one of the best of remedies for sore eyes, and if applied in time will scatter t...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 6 April 1892

1 - vlf .1 Las Vegas. Free Press Wednesday, Atkil 6, 1892. kxfc Sell i YY Call and get tions for making card with direc A. I Coffee of Gi'aaf & Kline Hurrah for Clay! Hurrah for Kline! Hurrah for Kelly! Ijlank books for sale at Mrs. M. J Woods. H m i all for tho Republican can didates winners and losers. Las Vegas did much better than Albuquerque. Hurrah! K. of 1 meets tonight. All quiet on the Potomac. Town trustees meet tonight. Prayer meeting tonight at all the churches. If you want nice broad and cake go to the New England IJakery. Kansas Citymeats always on hand at 'J'. XV. Hiiyward's. Yesterday was the biggest poll tax day ever known in Las Vegas. Don't forget that Tyron had some frc-h Kansas City meats in today. ltegular meeting of the Urother hood of Railroad Shopmen tonight. There are a large . number of di vorce suits on the docket this term. "April blossoms" will be served in the most approved style Friday even ing. Corn fed beef from 3j cents up at Green Pros. & ...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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