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

("sxV Ay .yAy Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Wednesday Evening, Jane 1, 1892. No. 143. t- 4 ' A. LATE NEWS. NO MORE DOUBT. Washing-tow, May 31. At last the European governments have accepted tho president's invitation to partici pate in a monetary conference, . and there is no longer any doubt of such a meeting. The president will com municate with congress on the sub ject in a few days, and will probably transmit the correspondence. AN ELECTRIC STREET RAILWAY. El PAso.Texas, May 31. The city council tonight passed an ordinance granting a right of way to J. N. Carries and associates, of Charleston, West Virginia, for the purpose of building an electric street car line along the streets of the city and to the new army post, four miles east, and to the Mexican line on the south. Work is to begin at once or fran chise forfeited. MORE ABOUT THAT FIGHT. London, May 81. An innovation was having the ring 20 feet in diam eter instead of 24. Among the beta recorded are one of 500 to 100...

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 June 1892

Las VegasFree Press An Evening Daily. jr. A. CAB. RUTH, PT7BLI8HZB. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Yea $6.00 Six Months 3.00 Per Wbk 15 In advance. Entered t the post od'oi at Et Lu VevM for transmission second slass mall matter. Wednesday, June 1, 1892. San Francisco is melting. The thermometer of that city, the other day, registered 104 degrees, aud that a damp, prostrating heat. If it is a fact that hair continues to grow upon the human body after the same is cold in death and stowed away for food for worms, what tre mendous whiskers there muni be on the Childers senatorial boom mure it was buried at the Albuquerque Dem ocratic convention. New Mexican. The Democratic iiewcpaperH which have pledged themselves to elect a 'Democratic president in Novcmb-r next are becrinnine to hedge. The World now says: "The next prei dent may still be a Democrat." Oh, yes, more unlikely things have hai pened. He may a!so be a cross eyed man or a New York man, but it if a fifty to one shot that he will no...

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 June 1892

Las Vegas Fkee Press Wednesday, June 1, 1892. Post Offics Ruinrss. In aflixing postage stamps to let ters designed for transmission in the mails, they should be placed on the addressed side of the envelope, in the upper right-Hand corner. There is no law or regulation that forbids their being placed upon the reverse side of the envelope, but letters with stamps so affixed are more liable to delay in transmission than if the stamps were affixed to the addressed side. A postmaster should, in a spirit of accommodation, deliver letters from lock boxes to the owners thereof when such owners have forgotten to bring their keys. He is not justifi able, however, in delivering mail from a lock box to any person other than the owner unless ho be present ed with a written order therefor. If the owner of a lock box desires some one cine to take the mail from the box he should provide him with a key thereto. The depositing of a lettle, re-ad dressed for forwarding, in any letter box established b...

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 June 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Wednesday, Juhb 1, 1892. Call and get card with direc tion for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline Furnished rooms at Optic Block. Ripuns Tubules euro indigestion. The city council will meet tonight. Kansas City meats always on hand a T. W. Hayward's. No. 3 and No. 1 passenger trains are bulletined on time. The only place in town to get spring lamb Is at the DELMONICO. The K. of P. meets tonight for the election of officers. All members are requested to attend. There was a free for all boxing contest in one of the West Side stores yesterday morning. No, ot killed, 0. Finest boiled ham and roasted meats at the DELMONICO. Messrs. Hill & Nisson are decorat ing the interior of M. J. Crowley's new brick house on Railroad avenue, A very successful way to collect bills is to run around with an ax in your hand a method adopted by one of our West Side merchants. Finest butter and fresh eggs at the DELMONICO. Wanted, lady clerk who is a good typewriter. Address ca...

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 June 1892

Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Thursday Evening, June 2, 1892. No. 144. LATE NEWS. AGAIN KISIXO. St. Louis, Juno 1. The'river be gan rising here again today, but bo far lias not caused any serious dam age to what lias already been done. NOMIVATET. ,' : CarroiIlton, Mo., June 1. U. S. Hall, the noted Farmers' Alliance leader of Missouri, was nominated for congress today by tlie Democrats of the second district over Charles II. Mansur, the present incumbent. FATAL FLOOD. Indiana roiislay 31.- The floods in Indianapolis and vicinity, caused by the heavy Tains of yesterday, have caused the loss of at least throe lives. Carl Weaver, aged 9, was the first victim, and he was drowned while catching driftwood m Fall river. John Henderson and his 0-year-old son were also drowned by the slip ping away ot a portion of the bank. To-night it still threatens rain, and the creek and riyer are rising. Much damago is being done. anxual mbeti.no. Chicago, June 1. The annual meeting of the stockho...

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 June 1892

Las VegasFree Press An Eyenlng Daily. J. A. CARHUTH, FUBLISHXH. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 16.00 Six Months 3.00 Per Week 15 In advance. Eutorod at I he post omce at Eat Lai Vegaa for transmission ai second class mall matter. Thursday, Jcne 2, 1892. Hon. A. L. Morrison, of Santa Fe, will deliver the oration at the cele bration on the Fourth of July at Al buqucrque. The Dona Ana Democracy are preparing to run a mongrel county ticket this fall, a la San Miguel. Las Cniees Republican. One of the prominent events in Denver in the near future is the tournament of the Queen City Gun club, which will occur on June 5, ami 7, A fine program has been pre Dared and sportsmen Irom all over a the state aro expected to be present Governor McKinley, who will be a delegate to Minneapolis, again ex presses his opinion that Harrison will be renominated and re elected. The governor is a hearty admirer of the president, and refuses to consider his own name as even "a remote contin . gency" in the con...

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 June 1892

Las Vegas Fkee Press Thdesdat, Junk 2, 1892. Worn in tes United States. 'And now, would you tell me a little about women in America?" asked a London Queen contributor of Lady Somerset the day she re turned from her long visit to New York. "Ah!" said Lady Henry Som erset, with a smile, "that could not be told in a 'little bit.' It is an im mense subject. The position of the women in the states is, on the whole, very much better than it is here. It was delightful to see the early morn ing trains coming into, the cities filled with young women who were all going happily to their employ ' ments, whether as clerks, typewrit ers, journalists, etc. "How much better was it than if they had all been clinging to their homes with nothing to do and pos sibly nothing to live upon. It is looked upon as a recognized duty that every woman should bo able to earn her own living. American wo men may marry or they may not; but marriage is fortunately not a profession. I was also very favor ably impress...

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 June 1892

Las Vegas Fkee Press TncRSDAT, Jcsk 2, 1892. ri(T Sell 1 Liilfrefiiil Call and get card with direc tions for making A, I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline A til? bull fro? eat under a tie "Croak, croak, croak, How linppy, bow bnppy, bow buppy a in I, Life's but a big- joke;" Ho tlicn took a leap aa a burro passed by, And jumped down his throat, And the burro rolled over In tbc dulslcs and clover, And Kve a trumpct-liko bawl, Saying, "Liro's a sorlous matter for all." Let us kIvo him tbo credit, Tti'UKb a burro has raid It, For It wasn't empty braying at all. Muzzle your dogs. Furnished rooms at Optic Block. Ki:tns Tubules Miro indigestion. Screen doors arc in great demand. Kansas City meats always on hand a T. W. Hayward'H. A mad Jog prowling around town was shot by Joe Gray this morning. The only place in town to get spring lamb Is at the DELMONICO. Finest boiled ham and roasted meats at the DELMONICO. Finest butter and fresh eggs at the DELMONICO. The election of K. of P. officers was p...

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. — 3 June 1892

(Ms Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Friday Evening, Jane 3, 1892. No. 145. THE SHORT LINE 0. K. Jefferson Kaynolds Says the Money is In Sight. The Denver News of the 1st has tho following gooil news that will make every one in tho city feci ju bilant: 'Private advices from Jefferson Raynolds slates that he has found among Eastern capitalists a most gratifying degree of interest in the 'El Paso short Hue, and that by the timo arrangements are completed at this end the bonds will be placed without difficulty. Mr. Raynolds will likely come to Denver in a short timo and the first step in the building of the road will have been com pleted. "There is considerable to be done here yet. A definite traffic agree ment with tho Union Pacific or Rio Grande between Denver and Trini dad must be signed, rights of way are to be secured and valuable coal lands will have to be looked after. These things could not be finally settled until the Eastern market had been felt. "The local men are satisfi...

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. — 3 June 1892

Las Vegas Free Press An Evening Dally. JT. A. CAKBUTH, PT7BLI8HSB. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Onk Year $0.00 Six Motrins .3.00 Pee Wkkk 15 In advance. Entered at tbe post office at East La Vegas (or trananiiMion ai iccond clan mall matter. TllURHDAT.'JCNE 2, 1892. The story about Jerry Simpson having declined to run for Congress ogaiu'earried its refutation upon its face. Jerry is making about 14,700 a year more than ho ever made bo- fore, and ho will never willingly give it up. JikIl'o 1-reeman has decided in favor of the Pecos Valley Town com pany in its suit against James A, Tomlinson, lor selling liquor in that town for other than medical purposes All deeds have a clause in them pro viding that the owner will not' allow li'iuor to bo sold on the lot, and the 4 judge holds the proviso legal. The article in another column taken from the Headlight, makes a good showing for the building of that line, as all its difficulties have been adjusted. When it starts it will bo a good chance for 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. — 3 June 1892

IV. Las Vegas Free PressJ Fkidat, Juke 3, 1892. now to Treat ah' Excited Hows. The best and only thing to do when your horse is excited iB to calm him down. This, says the Horse World, is Lest dono by getting to the horse's head and talking to him gently, rub bing his face and otherwise diverting his attention from the subject of his fright. If the horse is sullen and angry tho same treatment will be found beneficial. In the high state of excitement the horse does rttet comprehend what you want, and it is useless, worse than folly, to attempt to beat tho fright out of a horse. All men are excitable more or less; some more and very unreasonably so. What would bo the effect of trying to abuso one of these red-headed, ex citable men into being calm and con siderate when under the influenoo of passion? It would certainly end in disaster to somebody, and this may explain tho consistency in sotno horses' kicking tho end-gate out of tho wagon, and otherwise demolish ing things when tho whi...

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. — 3 June 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Friday, Jcnk 3, 1892. Sell It 'Z3tf I 1 - tlfifiSsi PERSONAL. Call and get card with direc tions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline Get ready for the boom! Furnished rooms at Optic Block. Ripans Tubules euro indigestion. Kansas City meats always on hand a' T. W. Hay ward's. The Land meets for practice to night. The Ep worth league meets to night. There was a heavy snow storm at Mora last night. No. 3 passenger train will arrive at t:45 and No. 1 at 9:10 tonight. "The good time coming is almost here; it v as long, long, long on the way." It is surprising what a largo num ber of orders the Golden Rule Gro cery company fills every morning. The person who lost a penknife be tween Sixth and Douglas avenue can get it by applying to Rev. A. A. Lay ton. The LasVegas opera company will present "Pinafore" to the public on Thursday, June the 0th, at the opera house. The race between the horses of Sig Moye and Joe Lopez, on the Mora road this afternoon, was won by ...

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 June 1892

Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Saturday Evening, Jane 4, 1892. No. 146. LATE NEWS. SLAVIN-KIORDAN. London, June 3. The fight bo twctn Ja .k S avin and Riordan took plao tonight. Slavin defeated Ri or. an io 19 rounds. IOU8ANA. SENATORIAL CONTEST. Bat 'N Rouge, La., June 8. Tho bal ot, fur senator today resulted: Jonas, 29; Gibson, 18; Adams, 18; BLnikard, 8; Burgeois, 2. AXOTIIKR COMBINATION. Albany, June 3. The combina tion of wall paper manufacturers was accomplished this afternoon by the incorporation of the National Wall Paper company, with a capital of $14,000,000. A LITTLE IU GHEK. Washington, June 3. The offers of silver to the treasury department today aggregated 680,000 ounces. The amount purchased was 430,000 ounces, at prices from $0.8885 to $0.80. COLORADO 8 DELEGATION. Denver, June 3. Tho Republican delegates to the national convention at Minneapolis, with the exception of Messrs. Teller, Wolcott and Town send, who are in Washington, left here at 8 o'clock over tho...

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 June 1892

Las Vegas Free Press An Craning Dally. J. A. GAJtBTJTH, WBU8HML SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Onb Year $6.00 Six Months 3.00 Per Week 15 In advance. Entered t tbe port office at E.it La Vem for transmission as second class mall matter. Saturday, June 4, 1892. Albuquerque has caught a harness thief who has been in business in that lino for six months. Las Vegas has one, also.but so far he has eluded justice. Several sufferers would like to see him caught. W. T. Boyd, the grand recorder of the A. O. U. W. for Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico, was mar rled in Denver on the 1st to Miss Ilorlcnso Ladd. Mr. Boyd is wel known and has many friends in Las Vegas who extend their best wishes to him and his bride. The recent attack on the Jews in the last number of the Ilispano Americano was a very uncalled for attack on a very large and influential class of our best citizens, and it is beyond our comprehension how man at this day of the 10th century can let his prejudices carry him to such unwarranted e...

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 June 1892

Las Vegas Fkee Press Saturday, Junk 4, 1892. Music. To PnorissoR Millib. Where Is that voice, the voice divine, Whose birth was al the birth of time, Yen, 'fore time was across the skies Its tbrllllnft trills and molodles Resounded through the balls above. And woko the sours of war and lovel Whcro Is that voice, tbo voice dlvlno, Whose blrtb was ere the birth of time, Thnt broke the strings of holy lyres Or melted them with fervent fires, Thnt ushered great creation in, That taught the stars nf heaven to sing, Thnt mndo tho sun burst forth in joy, Thnt mads the moon love her employ, That made the crystal ruin to fall To comfort and to nourish all, That mndo tho flowers to bloom and shed Their sweets upon a world once doad, Thnt mado tho mountains cleave the sky To cntch tho song as It passed by, Tbnt mado tho warblers watch the song And catrh it as It pnssed along? Tho brook, meandering on Its way. Dances and splashes to this day, Becnuso the grand creation song Banished Chaos and h...

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 June 1892

as Vegas Fkee Press Saturday, Junk 4, 1892. PlllfiliPi BAILBOAD ITEMS. Call and get card with direc tions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline open Take Your sisters Your cousins And your aunts To sec Pinaforo Thursday evening, Juno 0. Furnished rooms at Optic Block. nijtans Tabules euro indigestion. Kansas City meats always on hand a T. W. Hayward's. A number of Pueblo Indians are circulating around town. Tiio Normal Institute will Monday at the court house. There was a special meeting of the Eastern Star this afternoon. The E. Romero Hose Co. will give a ball on the Fourth of July. Xo. 3 passenger train will arrive at 8 o'clock. No. 1 is on time. El Defensor del Pueblo, Juan Jose Ilerreni's paper, will be taken to Santa Fe, we hear. Fred Faulkner did not pay the penalty given him by Judge O'Brien. IIu has now until August 10th. Don'l forget "Pinafore" next week. Prof. Hand has taken special pains to make it a great success. The election of school directors on the West Side ...

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 June 1892

Vol. I. East Las Vegas, Now Mexico, Monday Evening, June 6. 1892. No. 147. Old Sahc:t. The craze for everj thing English is reaching the colleges in the shape of Anglo-Saxon lunacy. A boy of mine recently cnmo home from school iit the east, says a writer in the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, and when wo were one day driving together he spoke of the horeo as "brack." "What's brack?" I inquired, for 1 thought it must be some new slang word tho youngster had picked up, when, to my enlightenment, he ex plained that it wasTSaxon for active. Ou further inquiry I iound that he was full of such expressions, having learned them from a teacher who was an Anglo-Saxon enthusiast. Super annuated was, in his dialect, "over weary," the horizon was the "sky edge," magnificent was "highdeedy," a quarrel was a "brangle," a proud man was "overmindy" and a street car was a "folk wain." I explained to him in sorrow that he was living in the west, where such profundity of wisdom weut unappreciated, and that 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. — 6 June 1892

L as Vegas Free Press An Ernnlng Dally. JT. A. CARRUTH, PUSLI8EZB. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Yeab $0.00 Six Motrins 3.00 Pkb Wkkk 15 In advance. Entered at tbe pout office at Eait Laa Vegat for tranmntuioD aa aecond claaa nail natter. Mohdat, Jcnk 6, 1892. Good progress is being made in the construction of the mammoth building for the World' fair at Chi cago. Already the structures in course of erection have an imposing appearance and give the spectator an idea of the enormous capacity they will have when completed. The buildings to be devoted to manufac tures and liberal arts will be the largest in the world. It will cover nearly 32 acres of ground. At a meeting of citizens in Albu qnerque last Friday it was moved that the governor of New Mexico be requested to change the date of the wool convention at Albuquerque, as now fixad In his proclamation, to the 10th and 17th days of September, 1802, and a motion was also made that a committee of 20 citizens be appointed to sign a petition ...

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 June 1892

jLas Vegas Free Press Mondat, Junk 6, 1892. Tns C:hl and Ess Loves. She was a fashion writer. She also had a column in the magazine devot ed to answering all the Utters that damsels whoso complexions were not just what they desired, whose sweet hearts did not behave as they wished who had doubts as to their religions belief, and wanted cures, not only for freckles, but for fouls, sought knowledge. She was used to being asked the exact length of Cleopatra's nose, the color of Eve's hair, and tho family name of Victoria. Sho gave her opinion as to tho propriety of kissing games, gave advice as to the dressing of a bride or a graduate; but she 'did get desperately tired when a girl would writo 10 pages about tho "gentleman who was keep ing company with her." To a New York Sun man the miserable fashion writer told this story: "A letter caiuo to mo written in the usual fashion, in which the girl said she bad been keeping company with a young mnn lor two years, that he didn't have much mo...

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 June 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Mojiday, Jcnk 6, 1892. Call and get card with direc tions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline ' Good evening. Take Your sisters Your cousins And your aunts To see Pinafore Thursday evening, June 9. Furnished rooms at Optic Clock. To-morrow night. Don't you forget it. Academy commencement at the oer;i house. Tomorrow night. Kipans Tabulcs euro indigestion Tonight's passenger trains are bul letined on time. Kansas City meats always on hand a T. W. Ilayward's. Somebody started to celebrate the Fourth of July yesterday. For Sale. My household goods. Mrs. A. C. Sloan. TIih E. Romero hose company will not celebrate- the Fourth of July this year. There will be a special meeting of the directors of the Building A Loan tonight. Don't forget "Pinafore" next week. Prof. Hand has taken special pains to make it a great success. Don't fail to attend the academy commencement exercises at the opera house to-morrow night. Admission 25 cents. The Las Vetas military band p...

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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