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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 7 June 1892

4wT Pf sxr Ay Ay Ay , ; tsi Vo1- East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Tuesday Evening, June 7. 1892. Nn 14fl J ii -3 t fc n c-n v. 4" t . . I " "" " " . 1 1 m' " " - " " " .. I. . "m -. LATE NEWS. News Feosi Mqhteatoks. Junk 6tli. The Iowa delegation re elected Chnkson for national com initteeman by acclamation. junk 7th. ine convention was called to order at 12:20 p.m. Fassetof New York was elected temporary chairman by acclamation, amidst great applause. Ilev. Dr. Brush, chancellor of Dakota University, Mitchell, South Dakota, was intro duced and led in prayer, and the con vention adjourned until 11 o'clock tomorrow morning. AWAITKD WIT1I INTKEEST. Minneapolis, June 7. The poi tion of the Michigan delegation in view of the candidacy of Gen. R. A. Alger, of that state, is awaited with iuterest. The delegation met at 10 o'clock this morning and is consider ing the question of its action in the convention. It is stated positively that Alger is still in the field and that his name will be pres...

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 June 1892

L as Vegas Free Press An Evening Dally. J. A. OABKXTTH, PUBLISH!. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Ykab $8.00 Six Months 3.00 PerWkkk .15 In advance. Entered at the post offlc at East Las Verat for transmission as second class mall matter. Tl'ESDAT, Jcne 7, 1892. The Osage Indiana arc said to be the richest community in the world. They number but 1,500, but they have t8.000.000 deposited to their credit in the treasury at Washington, on w hich they draw 1100,000 interest every .three months, and they own 1,470,000 acres of the best land in Oklahoma. Most of them wear blank ets, despite their wealth. The First Annual Tourna ment of the New Mexico Mutual Fish and Game Protective associa tion which commences on June 10 and continues three days will be of great interest to all sportsmen of this territory, Arizona and El Paso. The cash and prizes up amount to over ICOO, w hich oujrht to satisfy any one, Special rates have been made with the Santa Fe company for persons denning to attend. The crop...

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 June 1892

i-As Vegas Fkee Press TuffswtY, Junk 7, 1892. "PEcuLua" OmLS. Tlie craze "to be popular" which just now obtains among young wo men, and which is outwardly indicat ed by mannish hats and waistcoats, startling combinations of colors and affected habits of conversation, is a vulgarity that is disgusting to sensible people and should bo frowned upon by society. If one cannot bo peculiarly pleas ant, entertaining, sensible and good hearted, by all means let them re main upon a level with the rest of the world, -and not advertise their desire to "create a sensation" by ab surd dress or carriage. Anglomania is perhaps responsible for much that is extraordinary in Americnn. society, but like savages when they come in contact with civ ilization, wo have a tendency to ab sorb what is evil in English manners and reject the good. These misses in their clinging skirts and masculine bodices are a weak imitation of the "tailor made" English girl, but their gaucherie vul . garity and loudness remin...

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 June 1892

a v Las Vegas Free Press Tuesday, J cue 7, 1892. 1 C.ill and get car.l with direc tions fur making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline T.iko Your sisters Your rmixins Anil your aunts To see Pinafore Thursday evening, Juno 0. 1'urnit-lied rooms at Optic Block. Did you see tlie balloon ascend? H ive your sympathy for the deserv ing. Tonight's passenger trains are on tlllll. Mrs. Hernandez sings at the opera house this evening a musical treat. The county commissioners were in session this morning as a board of I'cjiializalion. You can see the Minneapolis bulle tins at the Eigle cigar store all day tomorrow. Iteinernber the academy commence ment tonight at the opera house. Admission 25 cents. The horse steeling case, before Judge Woosier, was not concluded when we went to press. California Cabbage, Fresh Tomatoes, Green Peas, Cauliflower, AT HOFMEETER & DEMMER'S. Figs, dates and the finest confeo tioncry at Mrs. M. J. Woods'. Tim El Dorado lodge No. 1, K. of P., will meet tomorrow nigh...

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. — 8 June 1892

A A Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Wednesday Evening, June 8, 1892. No. 149. 2m Mill LATE NEWS. Hews rsou Mutneatolis. Jcnb 8. Delegates came in slow ly ly this morning, and the committee on credentials will not report until 11 o'clock tomorrow morning. The committee had not passed on any of the contested states at 1 p. m. The coramitteo on platform will not be ready to report nntil tonight. It is not known when a ballot will be cast. The convention adjourned until 1 1 tomorrow morning. WINNKArOLIS CONVENTION. Minneapolis, Convention Hall, June 7. Chaitman Clarkson, of the national committee, rapped the tenth national Republican convention to order. Prayer was offered by Rev, Wra. Bush, chancellor of the University of Dakota, of Mitchell, S. D. Hon. Michael De Young, of Cali fornia, one of the secretaries of the national committee, read the official call of the convention, and five min utes were consumed in this proceed ing. "Gentlemen of the convention," said Chairman Clarkson...

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. — 8 June 1892

L as Vegas Free Press An ETenlng Dally. JT. A. OABBTJTH, PUBLISH. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Yeab $6.00 Six Months 3.00 Per Wkek 15 In advance. Entered at the post once at East Lat Verai fur traiumlasion at aecond claM mall matter. Wedsesdat, June S, 1892. Before the next sixty days aro over investors will conclude that Ias Ve gas is the place they are looking for. With all the talk and building railroads on paper that has been done all over the territory, we'll bet Las Vaga9 is the firot place to get a new road. Jefferson ItaynoldH is expected home about the 1st of July. It would be a neat compliment to Sir. Ray noldi' hard work for the place if he was tendered a reception when he returns. Lata Sunday's Denver News had a page illustrated write-up of Eddy and vicinity. The News is posted, and knows that this territory is the coming country, and it intends to have friends here. Two months hence tho little ani mosities aroused by tho convention contMRt will have all blown away and the lb...

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. — 8 June 1892

Las Vegas Fkee Press Wednesday, Juint 8, 1892. Tss Ideal Wife Discussed. Perhaps the first qualification for nn ideal wife if) that she should bo womanly, kind, sympathetic and abovo all things, tolerant of faults in others; and, although possessed of what is called "soul," she should not underrate the necessity of domesti cation, for tho two can well go to gether. Then, if islie bo of a refined, sensi live nature, with good intellectual capacity, when molded to her bus band's nature, prove to be an ideal wife. Too much stress can not bo laid upon the fact that a man should look for a woman with somewhat similar tastes to those possessed by himself. Many t. noble woman has been ren dered miserable all her days by mar riage with a man of entirely different tastes and inclinations. Take an instance: A young man, good hearted, manly, and altogether a good sort of fellow, whose reputa- tion as an athlete is proverbial, but whoso intellectual capacity is not of tho very first class, marr...

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. — 8 June 1892

Vegas Fkee Press Yednk8dat, J unit 8, 1892. Elfifiii Call and get card with direc lions fur making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline Take Your sinter Your coimins And jour aunts To Mi-e Pinafore Thursday evening, June 9. The railroad, or "bunt." "Pinafore" tomorrow night. Furnished rooms at 0lio lilock. Ripans TahuU'S cure indigestion. The K.'h of P. meet tonight. There was a rise in real estate to day. Prayer meeting tonight at all the churches. The ladies of the Eastern Star will give a sociable shortly. For Sale. My household goods. Mrs. A. C. Sloan. The M. E. sociable will be held on the 20ih of the month at Mrs. Mc Scliooler's residence. Now is the time to prepare for the Iuu rih of July. Don't leave every thing for the last minute. The Woman's Baptist Missionery Society will meet with Mrs. Detterio Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. California Cabbage, Fresh Tomatoes, Green Peas, Cauliflower, AT HOFMMER 4 BKMMEE'S. Where did all the beautiful flow ers come from that were distribu...

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 June 1892

East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Thursday Evening, June 9. 1892. No. 150. LATE NEWS. Fecii MINNEAPOLIS.' . - 1 Ion. L. C. Fort received tho fol lowing this morning: MiNNKAroi.is, Juno 9. The entire New Mexico delegation seated. The nomination is doubtful, but I regard tho president's chances as good. Mr. Catron is doing great work for state hood. M. A. Otero. In other dispatches wo find that New Mexico was given representa tion on the committees as follows: T. 13. Catron, committee on ere- J denlials. Nicholas Gallon, rules and order of business. T. Luna, pormanent organization. J. A. Whitiuore, resolutions. M. A. Otero was made one of the comraille to notify tho nominees of tho convention. Judge Bail, one of the vice presi dents of the convention. T. B. Catron, member of the tional committee. 3. Report of the comm tteo ui resolutions. 4. Naming the member of the national committ c. u. Pn Ben.ation of tandid te f i prut id nu C. C il o ing. 7. Pit se. t.t on of ca di ' e for vice preside...

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 June 1892

1 L as Vegas Free Press An Ereninjj Dally. J. A. OAR&UTB, FT7BUSHSB. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Onk.Ybab. $6.00 SixAIontus 3.00 Per Week .15 In advance. Entered at the post office at Et Lai Vegai for trensmlraion tecond clnM mail matter, Thcrsdat, Jcne 9, 1892. Let the Democrats nominate Cleve land again, on a low tariff platform, and tlio Republican party will do the rest. m mm ' As between Harrison and Blaine, Republicans of the country differ widely. As between either and Grover Cleveland, there is no chance for genuine Kepublicans to disagree. Congressman Simpson says "you can't reform the tariff any more than you can reform hell." Wonder what the able congress-man knows about the latter place. New Mex ican. The Republican party would have to make a very great blunder iu the choice of candidates to offset its su perior advantages in the matter of issues and records. It can win with any respectable candidate this year. an a m The bucksaw which Boies wasi using while saying nothing a...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 9 June 1892

Las Vegas Fkee Press Thuesdat, June 9, 1892. CziLrnrj's Eyes. The constantly increasing near sightedness among school children and the very general need and use of glasses, ought to suggest to us whether or not we are sufficiently careful of the conditions affecting the eyes of the young. Do we see to it that the books they read and those they study are of a large and clear type, requiring no straining or forc ing of the vision: and do we en courage a largo and open script for their handwriting? Do we see to it that our school houses are built with a view to the falling of the light in the right way for the children's safe ty? Do we have the lights at home so regulated that no blaze shall pro duce blindness and no dimness make sight difficult? Do we mako sure that the child holds his book at the distance which gives a correct focus, that he holds his body properly in relation to his book or work, that ho looks off frequently, thus changing the character of the demand on the eye, and...

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 June 1892

a i ias Vegas Fkee Press TnCRSDAT, Jpnk 0, 1892. 1 mm EAILEOAD ITEMS. Uull and get card with direc tions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline Take Y'Hir n'mters Your cousins And your aunts To see Pinafore Thursday evening, Juno 9. Furnished rooms at Optic Block, liijnns Tabuh s cure indigestion. The Catholic Knights meet to night. The Building and Loan association meets tonight. Tonight's passenger trains are bul letined on time. 'I he Kiloons are all closed on ac C unt of the fire. There will be no postponement of "Pinafore" on account of fire. Don't fail to sec the Greeley relics at the Delmnnico meat market. There will be a regular meeting of the E isteru Star tonight, and a special meeting ot the same tomorrow night. A dozen lambs and three sheep got out or were taken out of T.IIay ward's slaughter house, on the Pecos river, last night. J. II. Steams, notwithstanding his heavy loss, intends to go right on with his busincss,and will take orders tomorrow at usual. Give him ...

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 June 1892

mm aPi fill Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Friday Evening, June 10. 1892. No. 151. HARRISON ! Tho litest news as we goto press is tliat Harrison got the nomination on the first ballot, the vote standing, Harrison, 634; Blaine, 174;McKin ley, 183; Lincoln, 1; Reed, 4. After the vole was announced, the nomination was made unanimous and the convention adjourned till 8 p. m. McKinley telegraphed his congrat ulations to Harrison. YESTERDAY'S FIRE. FtClI itoSEATOLIS. YhBTERDAV's PttOCEEDINGS. Minneapolis, Juhe 0. Tho na tional Republican convention reas sembled at 11:15 this morning amid much excitement. All were on the tiptoe of expectation, for it, was thought by many that the committee on credentials would be ready to re port. This was recognized as the only important business to be cleared out of the way before the nomina tions were in order, and as the time drew near the excitiment and con fusion reached fever heat. All this, j however, was of little Heavy Loss, with Little Inst...

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 June 1892

Las Vegas Free Press An Evening Daily. J. A. CARRTJTH, PXTBUSEXB. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Ybar $6.00 Six Months 3.00 Per Wkkk 15 In advance. Entered t the port ofBc at Ext Las Vetaa for transmission ss second class mall matter. Friday, June 10, 1892. Hurrah! for the State of New Mexico. The water and insurance questions have been the great subjects of dis cussions on the street today. The Democrats in Congress have not redeemed a single one of the pledges upon which they were elect ed, but they have perpetrated enough folly and stupidity to beat their par ty in the coming contest. The Las Vegas Funic Press was a little premature in announcing that Raton celebrated the opening of the new water works last Thursday. That event occurs July 4lh. Raton Range. The information came from a rail road man who runs into the town, and we supposed it was correct. If Raton should have such an experi ence as we had yesterday they would prefer to have their water works in operation at the earliest m...

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 June 1892

I y Las Vegas Fkee Press Friday, Jpne 10, 1892. A MOSZST CLAIM FOB A ViXISE. Not long ago a traveling man put his valise on a baggage truck at an Indianapolis, Decatur & Western station while be went to buy a ticket, and when he returned the valise was gene. Some one had stolen it Ac cording to the rules of the company, Superintendent Boyd told him to make an itemized statement of the contents of the valise, and this was done. That statement was, in the language of Mr. Boyd, "a daisy." Cuff buttons worth $12 a pair, collar buttons at 14 each, and among other things a suit of clothes that he said his wife bad sent him from New York, and which ho had never worn The entire bill was for (140, and though the company believed it was being imposed upon, the account was sworn to and it was in for the pay ment. Mr. Boyd delayed matters as long as posuiblo in hopes of some clew, and he thinks himself lucky that ho did. . One day the valise was found in a ravine near the station, where it ...

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 June 1892

- . I, ;&.:iti L. as Vegas Fkf.e Press Friday, Jcsk 10, 1892. fc- Sell 1 Call and get card with direo lions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline Take Your sisters Your cousins And your aunts To see Pinafore Friday evening, June 10. Hurrah! for the hose boys. Chinese Jack h in the soup. liipans Tabuli'8 euro indigestion. At 6:30 Mrs. J. M. Strausner was resting easy. Owing to the performance ot 'Pin afore" there will be no band prac tice. The wife of John Wienia presen ted her husband witli a tine boy to day. There was a runaway on the West Side yesterday, and one "unfortu nate" had a leg broken. O. L. Gregory lost an iron crowbar at the fire yesterday. Will the finder please return to avoid further trouble? Who was it that picked up a ham out of J. II. Stearns' store, and asked Where bhall I put this toilet case?" .We were misinformed last night about "Pinafore" not being post poned, but it will come off tonight all the same. Fine furnished room for rent. In quiro at O. L...

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 June 1892

QLy Ay Ay Ay Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Saturday Evening, June 11. 1892. No. 152. LATE NEWS. Faott MINNEAPOLIS. DIVIDEND DECLARED. Botox, June 10. The Bell Tele phone company today declared a reg ular qnart-rly dividend of three per cent, payable June 15. Minneapolis, June 10. At 9:33 Whitelaw Reid, of New York, was by acclamation nominated an the convention's candidate for vico president. BILL REFERRED. Wahiiington, June 10. In the senate, the house bill for the admis sion of New Mexico and Arizona as states was referred to tho committee on appropriations. investments will command tho great est attention. Such opinions a this aro worth much in leading financial circleo, and they ought to encourage the de velopment of very many first class irrigation projects now lying dor mant in New Mexico for the lack of the proper kind of a hustler to take hold of them. Sabbath Musinos. RELIGIOUS. . First Presbyterian Ciicrcii. Rev. Norman S. Skinner will preach both morning and evening...

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 June 1892

rrvr I Las Vegas Free Press Aa Evening Dally. J. A. 0ABBT7TH, PT7BXJ8HZB. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Yiab $8.00 Six Moitrus 3.00 Per Wkk 15 In advance. Entered at tbe post ofllco at East L Vegwi for traoimlMion ai aecond claaa mall matter. Saturday, June 11, 1892. Ati eastern paper says of a Califor nia congressman: "lie wears socks and a winning smile." lie evidently lias tbe advantage of Jerry Simpson by a good deal as to costume. Tbe Raton police locked up number of small boys between tbe ages of 10 and 14 years, in tbe town bastite Monday night for public nuisance. Evidently they intend to teach the small boys a lesson in be liavior. Mexico coins her whole product of silver and has placed an export duty on it that no part may get away. Her total issue of silver is $50,000, 000, while she manages to struggle along with a gold issue of $5,000, 000. She has no difficulty in floating a loan at a low rate of interest, and no one appears to be particularly anx ious to draw off her little...

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 June 1892

Las Vegas Fkee Press Saturday, Junk 11, 1892. Tns Znii&a of Jssse Jahes. Jesse James was killed by Bob Ford in his home in St Joseph on April 3, 1882. Bob was a relative of Jesse, a second or third cousin. A few months before the killing one of the members of the James gang, Bill Ryan, was apprehended, tried and convicted. He was sent to the penitentiary for a long term of years. The capture and incarceration of Ryan at Jefferson City resulted in the breaking up of the gang at that time. Dick Liddel, through his mistress, Mattie Collins, opened negotiations with Police Commissioner Craig and Chief Speers, of Kansas City, and Sheriff Timberlake, of Clay county, which terminated in his sur render. He was promised immun ity. Soon after his surrender he made a confession, implicating Jesse and Frank James, and a number of others, in the Blue Cut, Winston and Glendalo robberies. While Dick Liddel was making his confession, Charley Ford, brother of Bob Ford, capitulated to Police Comm...

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 June 1892

ppii iAS Vegas Fkee Press Saturday, Junk 11, 1892. Nffc SELL flTEHi) PERSONAL. Call and get card with dirco tions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline Ri I;uis Tabules euro indigestion. Tonight's passenger trains are bul letined on time. The costumes last night were beau tiful and becoming. Mrs. J. N. Strausner was reported to be doing well at 5 o'clock. The carpenter work on the city hall has been let to Frank Ogden. The burned block, with the few remaining building removed, would make a good site for the capitol building. Since writing the notice of "Pina fore," we understand that Prof.IIand has concluded to give it again in a few days. Say, were you at tho opera house last night? Happy person, if you were. If not, you missed an event of your lifetime. A wagon filled with a family and leading two bears and three goats, and accompanied by a good assort' ment of dogs, was one of the arrivals in town today. Several of our young men are be moaning the loss of their clothes, but...

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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