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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 25 April 1892

' '1 x Vol I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Monday Evening, April 25, 1892. No. 112. xee Bp V LATE NEWS. ACCEPTED THE PRESIDENCY. New York, April 25. ll was un officially Mated this afternoon tbat R. S. HayeB bad accepted tbo pres idency of the Union Pacifio railway. A conference was held today, and the board to be elected on April 27 was agreed upon, but parties holding control declined to give out their name?. It is understood, however, that Jay Gould and Russell Sage were dropped from tho board. 80LD FOR DEBT. DENVER,April 25. All the ditches, lands and canals and lands of tho Taos Valley Ditch Company in Conejos county, Colorado, embracing several thousand acre?, wai sold for debt this morning by Judge Hinsdale, United States commissioner and master in chancery, in front otho postoflice. The purchasers were the Conejos and San Antonio Reservoir and Ditch Company and the price paid was $M0,611. DISASTROUS WRECK. Meyersdale, Pa., April 25. A disastrous wreck occurred at Silis fcury ...

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. — 25 April 1892

Las Vegas Free Press An Evening Daily. J. A.' OABRXJTH, PUBLISHES. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Ybar (6.00 Six Months 3.00 Per Week 1 In advance. Eutorcd at tlie post offlcc nt East La VegM for transmission as second clnss mall manor Monday, April 25, 1892. The Socorro city council liave made appropriations for llie current year of 19,000 for city expenses. The Rocky Mountain News was thirty-three years old last week. It is the oldest paper published in Uol orado and keeps at the head of tin procession. A scicnlixt in the east predicts that for the next 900 years the win tors will continue to moderate. Tliii will bo welcome news to all of us except the coal dealers. The Democrats of Dona Ana coun ty aro making preparations to Ret a delegation for ex-Gov. I toss to reprc sent tho south end of the territory in the national convention, which meets in Chicago in July. Even in Japan the desire for high cr education is evidenced by the number of Japanese students in our colletres and their alu...

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. — 25 April 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Monday, April 25, 1892. E. L. BRINEGAK. C. B. NOHCKOS3. Of Vmn Gautebs. This ia the day that every girl who considers her own wardrobo anything lays in a supply of pretty garters. The French garters are of the dark shades of silk, lighted up with a pretty silver or gold buckle. Garters aro now made of all the beautiful shades of silk. An nnusuallv dainlv pair is violet shirred silk, with a purple cnambled fleur-de-lis mounted in Bilver as a clasp. Thoso of embroidered silk, with dainty bows upon them, aro very dainty. You have often heard of tho bride's favorite garter, haven't you,- which she gives to each of her brido-maids before she has been married a year, just for luck? I saw a pretty pair the other day. They were in pale yellow (they are always this color I don't know why), and h wwoli.l sold clasps, wilh pretty yellow silk bows, which wiru quite large. Those aro often ki pt as keepsakes, and often worn by the bridi-inaid when she becomes a bride herself ...

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. — 25 April 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Monday, April 25, 19&. Sell Call and get card with dircc tions for making A. I. CVffce of Graaf& Kline Furnished rooim, old Optic block Guitar lessons at Alius Ella Merry's imcst strawberries in town at Uell it CVs. irout fishing commences next .Sunday. The Opera Club w ill meet tonight at Prof. Hand's room. Tlio United States grand and petit juries were discharged today. Kansas Cityineats always on hand at T. W. llayward's. Jose Chavez was iound guilty of conspiracy in the district court to day. Fresh butter and eggs at tho Del monico meat market. There was a mule and a burro race in the old town today, the burro coming out winner. The wheat fields of Koeiada are in a fine condition, and every indication points to a heavy crop. If you have any surplus cash there is a knife stand on .Sixth street where you can throw it away. Mr. IJurns, (colored) a friend of J. ). Logan, died at 4 o'clock on Sun day morning, and was buried this afternoon. A slugging matc...

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. — 26 April 1892

d -is vi fa ; ( V ) Vol I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Tuesday Evening1, April 26. 1892. No. 113. Mttt LATE NEWS. FOUND GUILTY. Indianapolis, Ind., April 25. A special from Washington, Indiana, to the News says that County Auditor Laville has been found guilty of in cendiarism and sentenced to eight years in prison. j , CHOLERA. i Calcutta, April 25. A very viru lent epidemic of cholera is raging in Benares. Tho mortality is very great. Yesterday there ircre report' ed 180 new cases and 135 deaths from the disease. CLAIM VALUABLK PROPKRTr. f Salem, O., April 25. George and Henry Kelly, of this city, aBsert heir ship to property in the Lehigh valfcy coal region, now operated by the Le high Valley Coal company, and val ued at over 140,000,000. FLUNKEYS WILL STRIKE. Chicago, April 25. The Waiters' association, at a meeting held Fri day night, resolved to make a de mand for more wages, shorter hours and the abolishment of Gnes. If the demands are not acceded to all the waiters in Chicag...

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. — 26 April 1892

Las Vegas Free Press An Erenlns Dally. J. A. OARBUTH, PUBLISHER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 10.00 Six .Months 3.00 Per Week 15 In advance. Entered at tbc pout office at East I.ai Vefrm for traninnlssiim ai ieconil clnrs mall mnttcr. Tl-ESDAY, Al'KIL 2G, 1892. , . L . There are said to be about 200,000 words in the English language and an many in the German. Tlie AmelliVbt vein at Creedo in expected to pan out the sum of 300, 000,000, if the indication are cor rect. The number of each sex in the United States in 1880, according to the census of that year, was: Males, 25,518,8-20; feni'iles, 24,030,933. Henry S. Ives, who lias just got through a little "trouble" with the law in New York City, has just man aged to make $500,000 on a little piece of business. Two Kansas City men had a law puit over a $1.50 dog and ran the costs in the case up 5m.87, outside of the attorneys fees, and they em ployed a half doen firms. Gov. Gray, of Indiana, gets the delegation from that state. A res ol...

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. — 26 April 1892

Las Vegas Free Press TUKSDAT, Al'KIL 20, 1892. Queen Victosia's ceowh. Tho crown of tho queen of Great Britain and Ireland, made in 1838 by Rundcl fc Bridge, lias been estimated to bo of tho value of 300,000. It weighs, says the Retail Jeweler, nearly two pounds and comprises more than 3,000 precious stones, of which five-sixths are diamonds. The lower part of the band is a row of 129 pearls, tho upper part of 112. Between them, m front, is a large sapphire. Behind is a smaller sap phire, with six others and eight emeralds. Between the two great sapphires are ornaments containing 280 diamonds. Above the band are eight sapphires surmounted by eight diamonds and eight festoons, con taining 1C0 diamonds. In the front of tho crown is the ruby given to the black prince by Pedro, king of Castillo. This is set in Maltese cross, and formiir' the cross aro seventy-live largo diamonds. .Three other crosses, containing 380 diamond, iro around the upper pari of the crown. Between the four cross...

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. — 26 April 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Tuesday, Apkil 26, 1892. Call ami get card tions for making A. I. with ill roc- Co flee of Graaf& Kline Furnished rooms, old Optic block Guitar lessons at Miss Klla Merry's riiiest straw berries in town nt I Sell A Co's. Have just received a large stock of fine meat at Dillon's meat market. Don't forget the Odd Fellows' banquet at the Pla.a Hotel tonight. Kansas City meals always on hand at T. W. Hay ward's. The will of Alex. Goldsmith was tiled in the robatc clerk's ollice to day. The Lopez building on the Plaza is receiving a new coat of plaster on Ilia outside. Fresh butter and eggs at the Del tnonico meat market. One of the largest plate glass win dows in town, in the Chas. Ilfeld store, was blown in by tho wli d yes terday. M. M. McScliooIi-r is moving 40,000 pounds of wool from Gross, Black well s to, n warehouso to Ji.iUer- man's wool cleaning establishment. There will be a complimentary ball given to the young ladies 01 Friday week at the old 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. — 27 April 1892

mm Ay Ay Vol I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Wednesday Evening, April 27. 1892. No. 114. LATE NEWS. A COUPLETS SUCCESS. Rome, April 20. The editor of the Moniteur Ee Rome is authority for the statement that the mission to Rome of Archbishop Ireland, of St. Paul, Minnesota, has been a complete success. All the questions upon which his mission had a bearing have been dcciced in his favor. TWO PROMINENT MEN DIE. Chicago, April 26. Two widely known Chicagoans died today, Louis Wahl and II. D. Bryant Mr. Wahl was a wealthy glue manufacturer who h is been prominent in politics, and Mr. Bryant was one of the pro prietors of the Bryant fc Stratton business college. FLOODS IN INDIANA. Indianapolis, Ind., April 26. A special to the News from English, Ind., says: The flood which caused such damage here played sad havoc all along the Little Blue clear to the Ohio river. Some of the best Blue river farms had just been plowed aud the washout has ruined them. Thou eands of dollars were lost in fenc...

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. — 27 April 1892

Las Vegas Free Press An Erenlng Dally. J. A. CAB. RUTH, PUBLISHER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year .$6.00 Six Months 3.00 Per Week 15 In advance. Entered t tbe pout ofllce at East Lna Veg-aa for transmiMion na accond clna mall matter. Wednesday, April 27, 1892. All but one of Oregon's delegates are for 1 fill, and that one is opposed to Cleveland. A duel between Frx and Bor- rovres took place in Iielgium, but tlie only damaire done was a bullet ilirough Fox's coat tail. The committee, who have done the snlicitinc of subscriptions for the Denver it El Paso railroad deserve irreat credit for the hard and disa greeable work they have done in the past few days, ami we hope they may when the load irets here all make enough to in sonic manner pay them for their trouble. With the advent of the Denver Js El Paso road into Las Vegas and the possibility of cheap coal, there will be a chance for Las Vegas to branch out into a manufacturing place and secure woolen mills, car factories, iron works ...

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. — 27 April 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Wednesday, Ar-RiL 27, 1892. HASHEESH F03 THE EEINKEB. Before the Goldey Debating So ciety, an organization devoted to the discussion of current events, Dr. P. A. O. Malleson, a physioian of local prominence, read a paper on the bichloride of cold treament for drunkenness. Tbo doctor said that he had thoroughly looked into the Keeley cure or so-called. The foundation of the cure, he said, was the uso of the bichloride of gold as an injection. The value of bichloride of gold as a cure for alcoholism, he said, was discovered over 400 yearn ago. As a remedy, however, gold had practically been out of use by the medical fraternity until the Keeley cure had brought it conspicuously to the front. Getting down to the Keeley cure, the doctor said that unless the disease of alcoholism was fully developed in the patient, the cure was useless. Bichloride of gold would have'substahtially no effect on the system of a man who had really had not the disease of alcoholism. It wou...

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. — 27 April 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Wednesday, April 27, 1892. LL Call and got card with direc tions for niiiking A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline Wild flowers in bloom. The K's of I. meet tonight. Furnished rooms, old Optic block Warm weather lias come upon us. Guitar lessons atMins Ella Merry's Tho trees aro beginning to leave. Grand races at Watrous next Sat urday. Pedro Dclgado, postal clerk, ar rived in town today. Southbound passenger trains are bulletined on time. The Whist Club meets on Friday night at Miss Bessie Stoop's home. Calling cards and fine stationery at Mrs. M. J. Woods'. The Uniform Hank of tho K. of P. will give a grand ball on May the 20th. Finest strawberries in town at Bell & CVs. Council A Koblitz shipped an iron water tank to John Crusce of Itaton today. Have just received a large stock of fine meat at Dillon's meat market. This will positively be the last day of the Great Auction Sale. Every one should attend. Fresh butter and eggs at the Del monico meat market. A gr...

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. — 28 April 1892

mam mi- . . r -hit- nrmr Ti i I ii t nr rn 11 nr " - -1 1 n i ' i' ' m rtmiirn i -imiiTii nrrt tr 11 muMw tm m mm m mm him ,.: j Vol I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Thursday Evening, April 28, 1892. No. 116 4jv An LATE NEWS. HOKE DYNAMITE. Bordeaux, April 27. A dynamite cartridge was exploded this afternoon in the hall of the residence of the Swiss consul at Bebourne, a suburb of this city. No damage was done, but thejaffair has caused much ex citement. orrosKD to silver. Trentox, April 28. The Repub lican state convention met at noon today. The platform adopted de clares abiding faith in the protective tariff system, and that the McKinley bill, in spile of misrepresentation, is approved by the calm judgment of the American people. The platform says further: "We stand with Pres ident Harrison in his firm and un yielding opposition to free-silver coinage. no other man. Denver, April 28. A Washing ton special says: Senators Teller and Wolcott wero informed of their selection as delegat...

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. — 28 April 1892

Las Vegas Free Press An Evening Dally. J. A. OARRUTH, PUBLISHER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Onk Year $0.00 Six Months ." 3.00 Pkk Week 15 In advance. Entered at be post office lit Kant I.ni Vegat for transmission m reconil clnn mall matter. Tiicksdat, A rii 1 1. 2S 1S92. Colonel Robert G. Ingersoll slop ped on the Astor house scaled the other day and tipped the beam at ex actly 231 pounds. Tho Colorado Silver Convention in session at Denver, wad attended by 500 delegates. Theio arc over 30,000 members of silver clubs in Colorado. The Topeka Capital insists that the omission of a prohibition pl.'ink from the Kntisax Hepubliean platform ftould cost tho parly more votes than it would gain for it. The New York Herald insists on the truth of tho reported sale of San Domingo to an American syndicate, who will have the United States gov ernmcnt establish a protectorate over it. Tho Rock Island broke tho record for fast running between Kansas City and Topeka Sunday, when a special train made the r...

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. — 28 April 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Thursday, Atril 23, 1892. Eitdhen Utetsils in summes. When hot weather comes on, how welcome a gasoline stove is! But when there is a laage family three burners will hardly suffice to cook a larga dinner, unless Do agents bother the life out of you? They generally do mo. But one I have always blessed. She brought me an automatic steam cook er and coffee cooker. I saw at once that they wese just what was needed for a gasoline as well as a wood stove. The steam cooker I purchased had three compartments, and cost mo $3.75, but over one burner I could cook meat, vegetables and brown bread or pudding all at once. And everything was so delicio'isly done. Even the toughest meat becomes tender with steaming, and the best of it was there was no odor escaping. Tlio coffee and tea cooker was splen did. The coffee is simply delicious when steamed. I use no egg when 1 make coffee in it, for it does not boil. The steam sends forth the best of the coffee. Just think, you can k...

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. — 28 April 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Thcrsdat, ArRiL 28, 1892. i Call and get card with direc tions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline More Foster weather predicted. Furnished rooms, old Optic block. Guitar lessons at Miss Ella Merry's The conimissionera meet tomorrow. Dance at the G. A. It. hall tonight. Cherry and apple trees are in bloom. Finest strawberries in town at Dell A Co's. Southbound passenger trains arc bulletined on time. Fresh butter and eggs at the Del nionico meat market. The Eastern Star will have a straw berry festival tonight. The Master Mason degree will bo conferred tomorrow night. Don't fail to attend the Mexican Circus, it is a really good show. Have just received a large stock of fine meat at Dillon's meat market. Kansas City meats always on hand at T. W. Hay ward's. II. E. IJiser, "was presented with a handsome daughter this afternoon, about half past 2 o'clock. Ed. Betry's gun bursted yesterday, causing him to be a little deaf today Wc hope it will not prove seri...

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. — 29 April 1892

-c OlK dip4' Vol I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Frirday Evening, April 29. 1802. No. 116. I GOULD GETS IT. El Paso, April 28. For several days past the Associated Press re porter bas been in possession of terms of a big railroad deal, Gould was making here, but the reporter was bound to secrecy not to give the matter to the public until the trade was consummated. At 6 o'clock this evening Jay Gould gave Chas, Davis, receiver for the White Oaks road, a check on (he Merchantile Trust Co., of New York, for $50,000. The salo of the road was confirmed by the court, and in thirty days Gould is to commence building the road from El Paso to White Oaks, Mew Mexico, a distance of 160 miles through the finest mineral and agri cultural country in the southwest. Mr. Gould does not say in which way he will build from White Oaks. Some say he will build to Denver, while others Bay he will go through to Washburn, Texas, and tap his own line. Ten miles of road are built out from El Paso. Mr. Gould wa...

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. — 29 April 1892

LasVegas Free Press An Evening Daily. 3. A. CAKKXJTH, PUBLISHER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $0.00 Six Months 3.00 Per Week 15 In advance. Entered at (be pout office at East Lai Vega for tramunlMion ai second clasa mall matter. Friday, April 29, 1892. Li I. L 1 - - Ex-Speaker Heed is said to be anxious to assist in the removal of President Harrison's ncalp. Politics is warming up in the cast and the pot will noon commence to boil in New Mexico. The action of the Kansas Dem ocrats in declaring for Cleveland and free silver seems to have convinced the press of (he country that crankism in Kansas is not confined to the Alliance parly. Chancellor Snow, of the Kansas university, having practically wiped out the chinch bug, is preparing to tackle the Hessian fly. The firi-t essential to a successful calamity campaign in Kansas is to get rid of Snow. M. A. Otero is receiving many letters lately, enclosing postals asking him to please give his preference for president, fcc. lie is too busy...

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. — 29 April 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Fridat, April 29, 1892. Wateous Notts. The Sporting club held its usual meeting last Saturday here, its first and chief event being a foot race of 75 yards between the Walrous Kid and a professional runner imported from Colorado by some people in Cherry Valley expressly for the oc casion. The Watrous Kid was beat en by only five feet, which, in fact, can not be counted defeat, as his op ponent carries two medals for run ning and is considered one of the fastest in Colorado. It seems a pity that among the young men of these parts there appears to be no runners able to compete with the Kid, and that a professional has to be brought hero under heavy expense to beac him. The next event was a horse race between Mr. Ly nam's horse and that of Mr. Harry Hyers, resulting in vic tory to Mr. Lyuam, much to the at tonishment of the backers of Mr, Dyers' horse. Joe Brinkley's stud, which was matched against Charlie Tipton's sorrel horse, was unable to fulfill his engagement...

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. — 29 April 1892

Las Vegas Free Press FeidAt, Atkil 2!, 1892. Call and get card with direc' lions for making A. I Coffee of Graaf& Kline Furnished rooms, old Optic block. Guitar Icshoiis at Miss Ella Merry's Finest strawberries in town at Dell fc GVs. .Southbound passenger trains are bulletined on time. The Whist club meets tonight with Miss JJessie Stoops. The county commissioners were in session this morning. Blue lodge meets tonight for work in the third degree. Griff ltobertsV gun bursted and wounded him in the arm yesterday. Fresh butter and eggs at the Del monico meat market. The Aztec choir will sing at the West Side Catholic church next Sun day. Kansas City meals always on hand at T. W. Ilayward's. The 10 progressive euchre club meets at II. Franklin's residence to night. There will be a free for all May pole dance at the A. M. K. church on May 0. Messrs. Marshall, Ilofmeisler, Olc ro and Taylor took the lied Cross degree in the commandery night be fore last. This is Epworlh League meeti...

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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