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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 6 May 1892

An 'iff Vol I. East La3 Vegas, New Mexico, Friday Evening, May 6, 1892. No. 122. 7T LATE NEWS. 8NOW STORJt. St. Paul, May 3. A special to the Dispatch from Ashland, Wis., says: A blinding snow storm is in progress today. Four inches had fallen at noon. Navigation is badly retarded and all rafting stopped. TO ENFORCE THE CHINESE EXCLUSION BILL. Washington, May 5. The senate committee on foreign relations today reverted to the amendment to the sundry civil service bill, increasing tho amount for -the enforcement of the Chinese exclusion act from $50, 000 to $100,000. AN AMENDMENT. Washington, May 6. The senate naval committee today reported an amendment to the naval appropria tion bill appropriating $250,000 to wards the construction of a dry dock at Algiers, La., and the purchase of land therefor. The secretary of the navy is tfuthorizod to contract for tho construction of tho dock, the cost of which is not to exceed $843,-000. but it was finally carried. The con vention took a reces...

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 May 1892

Las Vegas Free Press An Erenlng Daily. J. A. 0ABBT7TH, PUBLISHES. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ons Ykae $6.00 Six Months 3.00 Feb Week 15 In advance. Entered at tbo post office it Eait Lm Vega for transmission tit second class mall matter, Fkidat, May C, 1892. If the Citizen will look at the article we print today from the Den ver News it will find that in Denver it is not considered a fake, neither is there a prospect of its falling through The Santa Fo is preparing to put on a now train to run between Denver and La Junta, connecting with the main line at tho latter point. The officials are also figuring on shorten inc tho time between Denver and eastern cities. When we get a little time one of these days wo intend to have set up a couple of parallel columns of read' ing matter from the Optic, one of which will contain its views on that infamous "Tom" Catron of a year ago, during the legislative session and tho other its remarks lately about "Hon." T. 13. Catron. Tho popo has confirmed tho ...

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 May 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Fbiday, Mat 6, 1892. LOVE'S CTAED. A Comedy i One Act. The curtain rises on a dressing room in which maid Is putting the finishing touches to her mistress' toilet. Miss Maud Willis, are yon aura my frizzes are exactly al a Parisiennef Maid Yes, madam. Miss Maud Are my cheeks rosy enough, Willis? Maid Yes, madam; just like the roses, and an attraction for every Adonis in the country. Miss Maud You flatter me, Wil lis; but has Worth sent home my bonnet? Maud Yes, miss, here it is; he calls it "Ideal Nature," and the bill is with it Miss Maud (proudly) Tutl TutI What have I to do with bills? Take them to my father. Maid (holding up the bonnet) But isn't it a gem? Miss Maud Yes. I wonder why he calls it "Ideal Nature." Maid (with surprise) Why, don't you sue? It has a puckered and plaited piece of white satin ribbon running down the center, like a stream of water; on the right side is a bunch of daisies mounted on a piece of brown velvet; on the left there is a gree...

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 May 1892

1 :! Las Vegas Free Press Friday, May C, 1892 Nffe Sell Call and get card with direc lions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline Finest Butter. Delmonieo. Furnished rooms, old Optic block Danco at the K. of P. hall tonight. Boiled ham and tongue. Delmon ieo. Choicest meats. Delmonieo. Kansas City meats always on hand a T. W. Ilayward's. Fresh lmttcr and eggs at tho Del monieo meat market. Dance at the Lopez hall tomorrow night. The Epworth league meets to night. Look at the Eagle Clothing Co.'s window. . Tho Knights of Labor hall is in course of erection. Fresh Cal. fish. Delmonieo. Tho K. of P. will have its public installation on the 27th. Tho Golden Rule Grocery Co. is doing a first-class business. The whist club meets at Mrs. M. Otero's residence tonight. The bolters' convention tonight at die St. Joseph's hall at 7:30. Tho Shakespeare club meets at Mrs. Dickenson's residence tonight. About 50 couples tripped tho light fantastic nt tho Lopez hall last night. Special 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. — 7 May 1892

An Vol I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Saturday Evening, May 7. 1892. No. 123. r j: I LATE NEWS. THK PRESIDENT SIGNED TI1K BILL. Washington, May 6. The act to prohibit the Chinese persons into the United States was laid before the president today and he had a confer ence with the attorney general in re gard to it. Tho latter examined the matter carefully and informed the president that it was a very grave question whether all the existing re strictive legislation did not expire to morrow. In order, therefore, to avoid any possible legal complica tions that might arise on the point, the president affixed his signature to the bill and it was the law of the land from today. AFRAID OF HIGH WATER. Chicago, May 0. Rain storms without parallel in recent years prevailed throughout the western country for the last two days and the amount of damage done is enormous. Traffic on the Rock Island road be tween Joliet and the Mississippi river has been suspended, owing to numerous washouts. At Joli...

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. — 7 May 1892

,m iti i Las Vegas Free Press An Erening Dally. J. A. CARBUTH, PUBLISHER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Yeab 16.00 Six Months 3.00 Per Week '. 15 In advance. Entered at tbe post ofllce at East Lai Veinu for transmission as second clan mall matter. Saturday, Mat 7, 1892. There will bo straight party tick ets in the field for offices in Colfax county this year. Hon. A. L. Morrison is contribut ing some able articles to tho New Mexican lately. The Silver City Sentinel hasn't a word to Ray this week about the Santa Fe ring, so we suppose it has downed it at last. The New Mexican has it in for our friend, Judge Long. We think if its editor would come over and get acquainted with the judge, ho would find him a very pleasant gentleman. Tho practice of hypnotism seems to bo attended with some difficulties. A young man hypnotized at an en tertainment in Paris remained senseless for two days and was with difficulty brought back to conscious ness. The following is tho Santa Fe's showing for nine mon...

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. — 7 May 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Saturday, Mat 7, 1892. Political Fointeiis. Hod. L. C. Fort is prominently mentioned as a Republican candi date for the council from San Mig uel county. New Mexican. Rather than bury the hatchet the Republicans in Colfax county seem to be determined in burying the party in their county; they have succeeded admirably in that direc tion for the past twenty years. New Mexican. Hon. J. J. Dolan has assumed con trol of the Lincoln Independent and will convert it into the Lincoln Re publican. Mr. Dolan has for several years fceen known in Lincoln county as a staunch Republican, and this change will be gratifying to his party and friends. According to Mr. Bland, Cleveland will prove to be the costliest luxury the democracy has had since the war. The loss of six or seven southern free silver states, the pres idency and the next congress is a high price to pay for the sentimental folly called hero worship. And such a hero too! News. The Deming Headlight's assertion that ...

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. — 7 May 1892

V Las Vegas Free Press Satxrdat, Mat 7, 1892. Call and get card with dircc tions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline Finest Butter. Dehnonico. The Aztec club will have a picnic tomorrow. Furnished rooms, old Optic block The Hot Springs boys will meet the Las Vegas boys on the base ball field tomorrow. Boiled ham and tongue. Delmon- ico. The Las Vegas division No. 7, uniform rank of the K. of P., will give their first grand ball in full regalia at their hall on the 27th. Choicest meats. Dulmonico. Kansas City meats always on hand a T. W. Hay ward's. The witnesses in the case of the Maxwell grant vs. J. B. Dawson, will leave tomorrow morning. This is the longest case that has ever been heard in the district court here. Fresh Cal. fish. Delmonico. The members of the E. Itomero Imsn .iiid firo comnanv decided last ni'htto have a errand bull on the Fourth of July. The boys alwayi aim to please and deserve support. Fresh butter and eggs at the Del monico meat market. The Democrats...

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. — 9 May 1892

Vol I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Monday Evening, May 9, 1892. No. 124. LATE NEWS. INDORSE HARRISON. Martinsbubq, W. Va., May 8. The Republican state convention to day selected tho following delegates at-large: C. B. Hart, Thomas E. Davis, John Hewett and John A. Hutchinson. Harrison's administra. tion was indorsed. BANK STATEMENT. New York, May 8. The Wall street weekly bank statement shows: Reserve, decrease $5,227,800 Loans, increase. 808,500 Specie, decrease......... 6,190,600 Legal tenders, decrease. .. 1,025,700 The banks hold 114,808,500 in ex cess of the requirements of the 25 per cent rule. ' EXTENSION OF FREE DELIVERY. Washington, May 8. The house postoflico committee agreed to report favorably the measure appropriating $100,000 for the extension of free letter delivery in rural districts, and providiug for the issue of fractional postal notes. The sum of $10,000 was appropriated to carry out the provisions of the latter bill. FAVOR CLEVELAND. Mcnotelier, Vt, May 8. The D...

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. — 9 May 1892

Las Vegas Free Press An Erening Daily. Jk A. CARHUTH, PUBLISHES. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year C6.00 Six Months 3.00 Per Week -15 In advance. Entered at tbe poxt office at Eat Laa Vegaa for tronsrolimon wcond clasa mall matter. M on dat, Mat 9, 1892. ' The Springer Stockman this week is Vol. 11, No. 1, a very good age for a weekly paper in New Mexico and a very good paper. After the fiit of July the internal revenue oflicials will gauge all liquors by weight. It does not, however, necessarily follow that drinks will be sold by the pound. The report th.it Joe Gray had to go along to AlbmpierqiiH in his ca pacity of policeman to keep the del cation Mmi-ilit in not true. He went as a delegate. The Albuquerque Citizen came out Saturday with ttix pages, and con tained a long write-up of Gallup. There is no better newHpaper man in N'w Mexico than senator Ilucues. Aiiroi;DM of his silver vote Senator Hill regard the advice of an Irish judge as being particularly appli cable: "The thing requ...

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. — 9 May 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Mondat, Mat 9, 1892. Political Pcintess. J. G. Albright, editor and proprie tor of tho Democrat, is a candidate for rational delegate honors, and hopes to be chosen as one of the six to go to Chicago. Cleveland says he doubis about his again becoming; the candidate of his party. They are shared by a good many other peoplo,among them David Backwarps Hill. Fielder's excuse for voting ior Loukhart and scratching Bantz would not bo accepted in Georgia. lie did not learn that kind of democracy there, neither is it Alabama democ racy. It is absolutely certain that Sir. Cleveland will not be nominated. It is absolutely certaiu that the doubtful states will name the ticket. It is absolutely certain that Hill's chances -wero never brighter than they are to-day. Atlanta Constitu tion. The Santa Fa county Democratic resolutions demand free and unlimit ed coinage of silver. The dele gates to Albuquerque are: C F Eas ley, WE Dame, D C Kelly, II Lindbeim, Roraulo Martinez, II...

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. — 9 May 1892

I 1 i f Vegas Free Press Monday, Mat 9, 1892. 3j& Sell I j jj ?p uu PEESONAL. Surveyor General Ilobart is here from Santa Fe. Col. T. M. Oliver is reported quite Kick at bis room. Albert Eisoman arrived from Al buquerque laHt night. John Feike's mother will leave for her home on Wednesday. M. A. O;ero left for Santa Fe last night to be g'Hie till Wednesday. lion. M. W. Mill, of Springer, whs a southbound iKiHsengt r l:t-t night. Little hither llntiiiMii wlt' w:in SAILEOAD NEWS. Tom Brecn bas been investing in town lot. Messrs. Crown and Kennedy were at Watrons today. Superintendent Dyer went up the road this morning. lloadmaster Raymond went up the road this morning. Dill Rides has a ikjw cook and evt-rj tiling m O. K. D.ut Sully's mother is very sick arid not expected to live, Mr. Benedict and men were repair man anil get card witli Uirec lions for making A. I Coffee of Graaf& Kline The Odd Fellows meet tonight. Furninhed rooms, old Optic block The Business Men's associatio...

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. — 10 May 1892

y . ' . j - V Vol I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Tuesday Evening, May 10, 1892. No. 125. mm W (j fj Ay Ay Ay Si Eexoubatio cnronon. It wns evident wben the delegates had arrived in Albuquerque tbat the Fergusson - Fielder - Martinez faction were in the majority, and when the convention opened they ran things , to suit themselves. The proceedings, which we condense from the Citizen and Democrat, were as follows: At 12:20 p. m. Mr. Childers called the convention to order. Felix Martinez was chosen inter preter. The chairman made a few remarks in the nature of a retrospect since the '. meeting of thd lat territorial con vention at Silver City. That last convention voted down the proposi tion for the constitution then offered, and the ehairman was proud of that record. lie knew now that victory perched upon the banners of the De mocracy. He stated that the call of the national committee was for two delegates, and it was for the conven tion if they should decide to send six. On the quest...

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. — 10 May 1892

Las Vegas Free Press An Evening Daily. J. A. CABHUTH, PUBLISHER. 'SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year fG.OO SixAIcnths 3.00 Pkr Week 15 In advance. Entered at the pott office t East Im VcgM for tran-tulMion M ironnil cIbi mall mattor. Tuesday, May 10, 1892. Hon. T. If. Mills says that lie ex pect in a few days to issua a call for the formation of a silver club. "Intersection" is to be the name of a depot on Otto Mean' new line into the Southwest. The town will bo built at the point where Colorado, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico boundary lines come together. A woman in Georgia, so it is re lated in a Southern exchange, quench ed a longing for eggs and buttermilk by eating at one meal twodo7.cn hard boiled eggs and a gallon of butter milk. "She died in great agony three days later." An English scientist has discov ered that the sun lias about exhausted its energy and will Boon be nnablo to furnish heat enough to run the world and warm it properly. This lack of heat will occur in about 10,000,0...

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. — 10 May 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Tcehdat, Mat 10, 1892. Ladies' Iteus. The czar has ordered that foreign ers shall not be allowed to settle in Russia unless they will learn its lan guage. This is a fearful penalty which no American woman who wants to be able to give somebody bit of her mind will ever pay. It is a moan politician whowill discriminate against women, and yet each a man turns up in the New York legislature with a bill making it "unlawful to hire any red-headed girl to play ball." Such a fellow do 6erves to be kicked to death by while horses. A Roman lady who had been a constant reader and supporter of an Italian newspaper died recently leaving the whole of her fortune to the editor whoso journalistic work had been so pleasant to her. There does not seem to be much danger of her appreciative action becoming ep idemic. Oflicial orders have been issued to the effect that women teachers in the publio schools of Prussia who may get married during their term of of fice fchall give np the...

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. — 10 May 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Tcksday, Mat 10, 1892. ibPflfssi PE2S0NAL. We are sorry to hear Dr. Skinner, brother of llcv. Norman S. Skinner, reported worse. John Elmer, of Lamy, is in town today, lie is an old resident of Las Vegas, thongh temporarily living at Lamy. A. C. Sloan will leave next Thurs day for tho East, where he will re side hereafter. His family will follow in a few weeks. J. M. McDougall, of the Hot Springs, is recovering from the wound in his foot and will soon dis pense with crutches. Agipito Abeyta, Jr., sheriff of Mora county, who has been here for his foot has recovered sufficiently to treatment for an accidental wound in bo removed to his home at Mora. TH13 Mosmuo. Call and get card with direc tions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline Furnished rooms, old Optic block Special mectingcf the Command cry tonight. Sorosis met at Mrs. J. W. Bart- lett's last night. Kansas City meats always on hand a T. W. I lay ward's. Girl wanted to clerk in bakery. Call at New En...

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. — 11 May 1892

7 tT" Vol j ' East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Wednesday Evening, May 11. 1892. No. 126. TSTtTiT lAS VE3A9 13 EOINO. T.nT The toys say II. II. Fierce ia a rustler among the Democrats. While Judge Long moved about quietly, he got there, and that was the main point in the game. In looking over the proceedings at . Albuquerque, one is impressed that The best laid plans of mice and men gang aft aglee." The' "kickers" and the regulars shook hands across the "bloody chasm," and hob-nobbed together in sweet harmony. -' . The soup tureen at Albuquerque must bo of pretty good size,as it now contains both Albright and Hughes. Better luck next time. Is it possible that Judge Long and Felix Martinez had anything to do " with the combine that gave San Mi guel so much at the convention? The Democratic delegates are all home from Albuquerque and ready to go to work all together as harmo . niously as if there had been only a single delegate Nearlv one-half the counties were represented in the Democratio...

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. — 11 May 1892

Las Vegas Free Press An Evening Daily. J. A. CABBUTH, PCBIJ8HKK. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $6.00 Six Months 3.00 Per Week 15 In advance. Entered at the post office at East La. Vega for transmission as second clnss mail matter. Wednesday, Mat 11, 1892. Simpson is opposed to improving the navy, to improving navigation, to improvements of any sort. His constituents favor improvements, Tlicv arc coins to imnrovo tlieir representation in congress this year, Somo of llio Kansas people are ob jecting to the nomination of Major Warner on the ground that he will 1)0 elected, aid that Missouri, ns a Republican Plate, will get the immi gration which otherwise would go through and settle in Kansas. The Recond delegation at Albu querque from this county seems to have had the celebrated hunter's division govern them: "You can take the crow and I'll take the turkey, or I'll tako the turkey and you take the crow." It don't seem to have had much turkey offered it. a m The number of houses buildin...

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. — 11 May 1892

Las Vegas Free Press "Wednesday, Mat 11, 1892. Old Jack. For twenty-five years a faithful slave Old Jack bad ever been; Ills musolo was strong, his heart was brave And be had not an action mean, Vet his master a whip would fiercely ware, And be'd curse a lightning stream. Ills sides were calloused wlth.hoavy blow Delivered by cruel bands; Ills ears refused to hear "gee haws," For age annulled oommands; His heart ached as be thought of his woes While plodding over the sands. One dny his master hurried him forth In the cold and drenching rain. Forgetting t he day of Jack's pride and worth. The source of his comfort and gain; Jack neighed hls&rlcf because of bis birth, And whinnied for pity la vain. He thought of the raoo track, ho thought of tlio farm, lie thought "How just ls.my;clalm," He thought of the chlldrcnlbe took to the barn ; Dut he looked upon all with disdain, And, wlshlng'all well andlthlnklng noharm Dropped dead on the burning plain- O, God I Is thore no rowurd for w...

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. — 11 May 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Wednesday, May 11, 1892. Call and cet card with direc tions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline Kipuns Tabuks euro indigestion. Furnished rooms, old Optic block The band instruments arrived last night. No passenger trains until 9 o'clock tonight. Grand ball at the Plaza hotel to morrow night. A grand whint party meets tonight at the Plaza hotel. The Catholic Knights meet tonight at the usual place. Kansas City meats always on hand a T. W. Hayward's. Figs, dates and the finest confec tionery at Mrs. M. J. "Woods'. Girl wanted to clerk in bakery. Call at Now England bakery. Two hundred and ninety-three bodies of soldiers that were disin terred at Fort Union are waiting at Watrous to be shipped to the national cemetery at Leavenworth, Kansas, Pineapples, Pineapples, Pineapples, JUST IN AT HOUEBKR & DEMUR'S. Martin MeAlaon and Mins Gun therman will bo united in the bonds of holy matrimony at tho East Side Catholic- church tomorrow morning at 0 o'clock. I...

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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