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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 14 January 1892

' . -7 1 i f ,;f e Vol. I. East LasljVegas, New Mexico, Thursday Evening, January 14, 1892. No. 26. I v 1 -nil y a An X LATE NEWS. FKEK COINAGE OF SILVER. Dknver, Jan. 13. A Washington special to the Times Bays Represent ative Townsend presented in the house to-day a resolution passed by the western Colorado congress, re cently, at Aspen, Colorado, in favor of the free coinage of silver. AARON SOLD. Washington, Jan. 13. Senator Stanford acknowledged to-day that ho sold Aaron, the 3-year-old, to J Malcolm Forbes, of Boston,- but re fused to name the price. lie says, however, that the price was the highest ever paid for a horse. It is generally understood that $150,000 was the price paid. Forbes is the well-known Boston yachtsman, and he already owns Nancy Hanks. d. & r. o. earnings. uenver, Jan. 13. ino earnings of the Denver & Rio Grande Rail way company for the first week in January were as follows: Freight, $93,800; passenger, $23,000; express and mails, $5,000, making a t...

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. — 14 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press An Evening Dally. J. A. CAHBUTH, PUBLISHER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One'Ykab $0.00 Bix Months 3.00 PjcbWkkk 15 In advance Entered at ttao pout office at East I-as Vcgns for transmission as second class mail matter. Thursday, Jan. 14, 1892. Washington may uot be thought of these limes as much as he might bo, but the farmers and other as they see the big crops can't help thinking of the fodder of their country. Wanted A great many more good, live, energetic btiHiness men to move to New Mexico. When we get them there will be a movement forward that will astonish some of the oldest inhabitants. Intelligknck is gaining ground slowly but Biirely. A Michigan jugda has decided that common intelli gence and Mich information as comes from reading newspapers does not unfit a man for jury duty. The Editorial association will meet here on the 23d, then comes the irrigation convention in March, and the fair in the fall. It's no more than right that these events should occur in 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. — 14 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press TnuEsnAY, Jan. H, 1892. Las Ve3as. LiiTritM (tho meadows), the largest cltjrln New Mexico. is me county seaioi oan Minuet coumr, m most populous and wcHhy county ot tha Territory, T la.l..nralnlalftii(ln1Vl rfpffHCl il mlntltAS north .... i V. f 1 1 1 ... a thi M.tnpn h.l. nf thfl Itocky Mountains, at an ltttude of about S.90O feet above sea level. A few miles to tne wesiarame mountains, to the east and sontheast a rait platn atrctencs away ana auorusannv iiw.M-ini;i .....- T hu an nl nrnrtftf na Annotation Ol between seven and eight thousand people and Is grow- Ingstcaiiny. It Is situated on a grant of 800,000 acres, of which ., . ... Il,nnn hail & irnnA title, hnt the lCBlBla- tore lias Just passed a law which settles the title and will throw tho balance of tne tract open to sc.uo tnent. The town Is lit by electric light, has water worka. gns, st rem -ear line, telephone exenange, auauy p a.i....hn f.a.lnmlf.a nnhlln and nrlrate schools. a number of solid ...

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. — 14 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Thcesdat, Jan. 14, 1892. JUST RECEIVED Diamond 17 Fruits: Prunes, Silver Prunes, Peeled Peach e 8, Evaporated Raspberries, E v a p o r atcd Blackberries, Choioe Pitted Che rries, Evap orated Apples, Dry Black Figs, Sliced Pears, Currants, Raisins, , Citron, All received fresh to-day by Graaf& Kline Boom, boom, boom, boom up tbo town, Don't let nor down, my lads, don't let berdown Boost ber up, swing bcr high, ne'er mind tbe strain. Keep ber aye twinging , tbo'll nercr complain. Meeting of the Eastern Star to night For the best meal in the city try the Oak. There was a dance at the Monte zuma ranch last night. The city banks have elected their old oflicers and directors at their an nual meeting. Don't forget the meeting of the Naomi lodge, D. of R., to-night attho I. O. O. F. hall, at 3 o'clock. Prize shooting all this week at the shooting gallery. The Master Mason degree was conferred upon T. M. Griflin last night. The Baptist church had an excel lent meetin...

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. — 15 January 1892

Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Friday Evening, January 15, 1892. No. 27. V- LATE NEWS. UNION PACIFIC EARNINGS. Boston. Jan. 14. Union Pacific November statement of the entire system gross earnings, $4,376,433 increase, $273,781; net, $1,823,23S increase. $645,224. A decrease of $371,442 in expense is shown. The eleven months to November 30 Gross, $4,255,833; decrease, $996,235 net, $14,168,025. Increase, $780,315 expenses, decrease, $1,706,711. TIIK LEGALITY OF BBICK'S ELECTION. Columbus, Ohio, Jan. 14. In the holise this morning the resolution to inquire into the legality of Calvin S, Brice's election to the United States senate on the trround that he is a non-resident of Ohio, was referred to the committee on elections yeas. 54; nays, 26, the Democrats voting solidly against it, and A. R. Gnfhn Prohibition, voting with them. THE MEXICO MUDDLE. Washington, Jan. 14. General Schofield said to-day that the latest reports from General Stanley, com manding tho department of Texas 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. — 15 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press An Evening Dally. J. A. CABRtTTH, PUBLISHER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Ykae $6.00 6ix Months 3.00 pB Week 15 In advance. Entered at tbe post ofllce at East Lai Vcfrni for transmission at lecond claaa mall matter. Fridat, Jan. 15, 1892. Tub editor of the Atchison Globe wonld hate to live in a large town. To keep up the local matters he would have to read the newspapers all day long, and thou would not know how his neighbor was getting along with his wife. The proposed editorial convention at Las Vegas will be slimly attended. There is not Ike most sociable feel ing in the world among the terri torial publishers, and many of them do not think they would be on a pleasure trip at the convention. Pistols instead of pencils would bo carried in their side pockets. Citi zen. Hon. Antonio Joseph is very con fident that his bill for the admission of New Mexico will pass at this ses sion of congress. He has amended the bill ho that the objections that were raised against it ...

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. — 15 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Friday, Jan. 15, 1892. Las VE3A3. Lu Vegas (the mettowi), th largest city In New Mexico, Is the countr seat of San Miguel county, the most populous and wealthy county of the Territory. It la situated In latitude 33 degrees 40 minutes north, on tho Galllnaa river, at the eastern bate of the Rocky Mountains, at an altitude of about (.900 feet above sea lcrel. A iew miles to the west are the mountains, to the east and southeast a rast plain atretchps away and affords a tine stock and agrlcal 'toral country. It ha an enterprising population of between seven and eight thousand people and Is grow ing steadily. It Is situated on a grant of 600,000 aeree, of which only a few thousand had a good title, bnt the legisla ture has Just passed a law which settles the title and will throw the balance of the tract open to settle ment. The town Is lit by electric light, has water works, gas, street-car line, telephone exchange, a dally pa per, churches, academies, public and pri...

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. — 15 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Fridat, Jan. 15, 1802. JUST RECEIVED Diamond Dry Fruits: Prunes, Silver Prunes, , . Peeled Peach es, Evaporated Raspberries, E v a p o r atcd Blackberries, Choice Pitted Cho rrics, Evaporated Apples, Dry Black Figs, Sliced Pears, Currants, Raisins, Citron, All received fresh to-day by Graaf& Kline Trahp's Lamest. Mercy, mercy, goodness me, I thought the spring hud come, Bo threw nwtiy my overcoat And went oft on the bum. nut frost and snow and Icy chill Are enemies of mine. Too oold to pass nut "band outs" yet. Haste! glorious summer time. For the bust meal in the city try the Oak. The sheriff of Mora county left for home last night. The editor of El Mosquito left for Santa Fe last night. Two ladies arrived from the Springs this morning. The boys talk of having a mas querade ball on the 22d of February. The next department encampment of G. A. R. will probably be held in Las Vegas, next April. ' A fellow's aunt died the other day, leaving him the good name wh...

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. — 16 January 1892

f t Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Saturday Evening, January 16, 1892. No. 28. LATE NEWS. snowiiAN cooper's estatk, Philadeliiuia, Pa.,Jan. 15. Mrs, Catherine A. Cooper, widow of miles and less, to Kansas City. Wichita complained that this ad vance in Us terminal tantr, leaving the through rate to Kansas City from the same territory unchanged, was James E. Cooncr. the showman, who tended to reduce us came supply died intestate, has taken out letters and criNle .iu business. The board, f .iniotrntmn ih oototo n its decision, says the aavancea V A. HVI1U1UIDVI MVAVU WU VUU VU VW V- I valued at 1275,000 and upward. rates work a discrimination which clearly justifies the demand for relief. It is directed that the rates fixed by previous order of this commission, FIRE AT TOFEKA. Toi'EKA, Kan., Jan. 15. Fire last night destroyed the residence of P. and existing prior to and at the date G. Noel, president of the First Na- of such advance, be restored and be tional bank. Loss, $20,000....

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. — 16 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press An Evening Dally. J. A. CAB.HTJTH, PUBLISHES. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Onk Year $0.00 8ix Months 3.00 Per Week 15 In advance. Filtered at the post office nt East Las Vegas for transmission second clnss mail matter. Saturday, Jan. 1G, 1892. Tub president yesterday issued bis proclamation Betting aside the Peeos park. This is good news for New Mexico. Las Vegas lias secured the irriga tion convention. It will be held March 16. Now, let us nil go to work and help make it a benefit to the whole territory. Citizen. . The hotel and fair questions are still in statu quo, or in other words "resting." The committees are still out and the town this fall will be out still more. What is needed is a forward movement, and a good strong one, too. The New York World announces in double leads that it intends to and will elect a Democratic president this year. This is a pretty large sized boast to make thus early in the game. Sixty-three million people, more or less, have yet to consi...

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. — 16 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Saturday, Jan. 16, 1892. Las Veoas. Lm Vcim (tho meadow.), the largest cltjrln New Mexico, ! the conntr lent of Ban Mlguol county, the most populous ana weauny county ox in lemvurj. it i..i mated in latitude 35 desree. 40 mlQUtea north on the Oalllnaa river, at the eaaiern baae of the Rocky Mountain., at an altitude of about (,m) fret above aca level. A few mllea to the weat are the mountalna, to the eat and sootlieMt a Tut plain itretchc. away and afford! a fine atoc and agrlcnl taral conntry. H h. an enternrl.lng population of between ioven and eight thousand people nd i grow ing Memllly. It la situated on a grant of WO.OO) acrea, of which rDw fhnmanit had a rood title, but the legisla ture has Just passed a law which settles the title and will tliruw the balance or ine iraci upen iu mi"- The town Is lit by electric light, has water works. gas, street-car Hue, telephone exenango, a uany pa per, cliurclica, academlea, public and private schools, a number of sol...

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. — 16 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Satcijday, Jan. 1C, 1S92. JUST RECEIVED Diamond Iry Fruits: Prune?, Silver Prunes, Pechd I' each en, Evaporated Ka.1)t'rrips, Evapor a ted Ulat klurrics, Choice Pitted Cherries, Evaporated Apple s, Dry 15 lack Figs, Sliced Pears, Currants, lla i s i us, Citron, All received fresh today by Graaf&Kline liarton tfc CVs slori) front is nice ly decorated. Don't forget the .sociable at Mrs. G. liiser's residcucu on Grand ave nue Tuesday night. Some members of the Las Vegas Rod and Gun club were practicing this afternoon on their grounds. Who ever stole that iron washtub from a house mi Douglas avenue is asked to return it, or there will be trouble. The Golden G.ite special will ar rive here to-morrow. She will have seven cars which will bo electric lighted and steam healed. G. A. Wilcox and family, of Fay ette, Mo., who have been on a tour of inspection through California, passed through on their way home this morning. S. M. Newton, of Ogden, Kan., was in town thi...

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. — 18 January 1892

Vol. I. feast Las Vegas, New Mexico, Monday Evening, January 18, 1892. No. 29. :; r LATE NEWS. REFUSES TO FIGflT. Chicago, Jan. 17. Hall declined to-day to sign an agreement to fight with Fitzimmons at the new Olympic club at new Orleans, during Mardi gras week. it's not truk. Hew Orleans, Jan., 17. The Times-DemocraCs El Raso, Texas, special says: Reports circulated by tho Garza sympathizers that the Mex ican govcrmcnt is purchasing all im polled cereals and refusing to sell or distribute to the famine-stricken dis tricts, is without fonndation. The object of such a report is to arouse the poorer peon class against tho goT- eminent and enlist their support to the revolutionary movement Nearly 1,000 cars of Kansas and Texas corn have either been exported to Mexico or arc now in transit, destined for the interior for tho relief of sufferers from the famine. TO PROV1C GRAVES INNOCENT. Chicago, Jan., 17 The story told in San Francisco by Joseph Woods who claims to be a Pinkcrton deteo ...

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. — 18 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press An Evening Dally. j. a. OARiLvrrr, publishes. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Ylab $'5.00 Six .Me .vriis 3.00 Pj;u YVr.Ki; 13 In advance. Fulfil d ut ilic f vt IV.c.' nt F.net I.as Vririis for tinn iiiif 1011 i'' srivnd 1? mull mutter. M..S11AV, Jan. IS, 1S92. LAS VEGAS BBABT. lu the Matt-ir of Trivata Land Claim 'r. 20, 7'eciili d by tho Secretary of tli- Interior Uccembor 6th, 1801. Mn.-os Mililiist-r. Gii-t.ivu Mill-Iii-it, Km inucl Milliliter, S.iinpon llir.-li and Philip .MilihNer, prei nt j on. I valid giant and lliu Tho designation "town of Las Ve gas" appear only in tho caption of tho surveyor funeral's report. But what if it docs? He did tho B.imo thing in claims No. 2, 29 and 32, Hut no 0110 ever dreamed that snob use of theso term was evidence of claim or title t r .1 property. 2d. The (second rror grew out of the first and is like it in the use of tho expression "tho name of the con grcxKion.il confirmee tho town of Lns Vegas.". No Mich name appears in secti...

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. — 18 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Monday, Jan. 18, 1892. Las VZ3AS. Las Vegaa (the meadows), the largest city In New Mexico, Is the oonntr scat of San Miguel county, the moil populous and wealthy county of the Territory. Y I .In.rai1 In latllndA IK riPffttlPS JO mlntitflf north. on the Calllnas river, t the eastern hue of the Rocky Mountain, t en altitude of aoouii.a reel above aca level. A few miles to the weatarethe mountain, to the oast and aoutbeaat a vast plain itretcliea away and afordaflne atock and agricul tural country. It hue an enterprising population of between seven and eight thousand people and Is grow Ins steadily. It I situated on a grant of &0,ono acrea. of which only few thousand had a good title, but the legisla ture has Just passcdalaw which aettleathe title and will throw the balance of the tract open to aettle mi'iit. The to n Is 111 by electric light, haa water worka, isus, stroei-car Hue, telephone exchange, a dally pa per, churches, academies, publle and private scho...

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. — 18 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Moxdat, Jan. 18, 1S92. JUST RECEIVED diamond Dry Fruits: Prunes, Silver Prunes, Peeled Peach e s, Evaporated Ra.splierricH, E v a p o r .tied Blackberries, Choice Pitted Che rries, Evaporated Apples, Dry 1) 1 a ck Figs, S l'.i o e d . Pears, Currants, lla i .s i ns, Citron, All received fresh to-day by Graaf& Kline OU what a wai'M 'twould be. If we listened to nil feathers, O I Whnt misery we'd hoc! And wlint complaining- creatures, O! Tla not n a sin to lutixli, Nor n crime to Joke at nil. Their wordi are but ns ebutT, Don't listen to their croaks at all. Noss' Jollities on the 28th. Cleveland's minstrels to-night. Odd Fellow's meeting to-night. Methodist sociable to-morrow, and don't forget it. About twenty couples will go to the Hot Springs to-morrow night for the dance. There i.s to be a grand concert shortly, in vhih all the local talent will take part. The minstrel parade this afternoon made the livery horses prance like military chargers. Eight or nin...

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. — 19 January 1892

41 Alt rsy Ay Ay Ay Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Tuesday Evening, January 19, 1892. No. SO. LATE NEWS. CHILEAN REFUGEES. Washington, Jan. 18. Secretary Tracey lias sent a cablegram to Con mander Evans, of the Yorktown, or dering liim to proceed to Callao, Peru, and land the Chilean refugees at that place. SPORTING. Albuquerque, Jan. 10. The sport ing fraternity are pretty well worked up over tho McCoy-Marshall prize fight, to take place at 3 o'clock to morrow afternoon, in the viciniry'of Albuquerque. Both, jnen are in training, and, as they 'aro about equally matched, a desperate en counter is expected. The purse of $100 was put up with the understand ing that no funny business would be tolerated, and a spirited, genuine fight is expected. AFTER THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION, "Washington, Jan. 18. The con test of leading cities for the honor of the national Democratic conven tion has begun and will be waged with vigor nntil Thursday next, when tho national committee will meet in...

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. — 19 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press An Evening Daily. J. A. CAB.BUTH, PUBU8HER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Ykar $0.00 Six Months 3.00 Per Week 15 In advance. Entered at tho puxt ofTico Rt East Las Vcicni for tranamlssiun second clnMninll matter. Ti'esdat, Jan. 19, 1S92. Tiik free traders are not to have the colleges all to themselves here after. A staunch Republican club of 425 members has been organized at Harvard. , TiiKKKare 2,000 Mormon voters in Arizona. The Prescolt Journal as serts that they are nil for statehood so that they will nt be hampered .by the Edmnftds polygamy law. (4kn. Gkant was not only great with tho sword, but ho was also powerful with tho pen. His family has received 41 4,853.28 in royal ties on tho general's autobiography. Sir Edwin Arnold says the Un ted States will 1 avo all of Central and South America some day. This prediction may possibly bo realized. There is no doubt at all, however, that we will have all of North Amer ica some day. Ovkr one million five hundred thousa...

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. — 19 January 1892

Las! Vegas Free Press Tuesday, Jan. 19, 1892. Las VZ3AS. Lai VoRfti (lUomeadowi), the Urgcst city In Naw tho UiliAnnnnlviKltnf R&B Mtmiel COUTltT, LlfVi 10 liiv u-j w - molt populous nd woaUhreountr of the Territory It In uliualod In iu:nac m argrec w mm urn. uun ri.nna Hrnr at thn ftaRtprn bufl Of t Barter Mountain!, at en altltuds of about .S00 feet bene aca level. A few mtlea to the weatarethe mountains, to the eaat and aouthcaat a Tat plain slretehei away ana anomaanno nwi ou nm-.i . i it hai an Antrrarlalns oopulatlon ol hotwi-rn seven and clglitthouaand people andltgrow .....,!,! .. irrant nf 8110.000 acrca. of which only a few lliounand bad a Rood iif , but the legisla ture uttsjuct pa.ncuaia wnicn acmea iuo mm mu will throw the balance of the tract open to iettlo- ment. The town la lit by cloctrlo light, haa water worka . linn tflirthnne exchanse. adallvpa per. chim in's, acnrtoinlM, pnhlle and private achoola, annmlicrof nun DanKing ana nuancmi hwiuui of which carry ato...

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. — 19 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1892. JUST RECEIVED Diamond Ery Fruits: Prunes, Silver Prunes, Pceletl Peach es, Evaporated Haspbcrrieo, E v a p o r ated lllackberrien, Choice Pitted Che rrief, Evaporated Apple p, f ,Dry Black Figs, Sliced Pears, Currants, Raisins, Citron, All received fresh to-day by Graaf&Kline Tns Leap Yeah Eall. Furbleows mid frill. Slashes, pleats and tucks and gores And beauty sure that kills In handsome waists and pinafores. Chonu: Tbero'll lo a rush to-nlirht. Fal le nil, de nil, do go, It will be out of siKht, Fal do nil, lc ral do go. Vou'll surely sec youreholco, And surely suit your funcy, 01 'Twill nmko your heart rejolco To whirl around with Nancy, OI Then go up to the Springs Forget your melancholy, 01 Engage yourself for "swings" And let your heart bo Jolly, O I Don't forget the ball at the Springs tonight. The Cleveland Minstrels left tiii.s morning. Don't forget the entertainment at at Lopez hall on the 21st. Cleveland's minstrels "take ...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
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