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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 30 June 1892

cm 1f(j Ay Ay, Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Thursday Evening, June 30. 1892. No. 178. LATE NEWS. THE QUEEN'S BANQUET. London, Juno 29. The queen gave a banquet today at Windsor castle to celebrate the betrothal of Princess Marie, of Edinbure, to Crown Prince Ferdinand, of Rou-mania. DEMOCRATIC CHAIRMANSHIP. Chicago, Juno 20. A special from Lima quotes Senator Brice as saying that Congressman Den T. Cable, of Illinois, will be chairman of the Democratic national committee. ONE THOUSAND HEX IDLE. Milwaukee, June 29. The Bay View rolling mills will close down tomoiTow, owing to tho disagreement over the new scale adopted by the Amalgamated association. Over one thousand men are made idle by the stop. cumulative before the common capi tal stock Bhall be entitled to dividend, Alter tlio payment in any ono year of five per cent on both tho preferred and common stock, both classes of stock to share on an equal footing in the distribution of any further divi dends for thac year." Thi...

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. — 30 June 1892

Las Vegas Free Press An Evening Pally. JT. A. CABKUTH, PXTBLISEXB. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $6.00 Six Months 3.00 Per Week 15 In advance. Entered at the post office at East Lai Vegai for transmliaion second class mall matter, Thursday, June 30, 1892. EEPUBLICAK TlCKZT. For President of tlie United States BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. For Vice President of the United States, WIIITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. IIS We think this fall will see the long expected cuango in business in tin territory and a prosperous State i the spring. One of the best signs of prosperity for Las Vegas is tLe change in man agement at the Hot Springa. What ever helps the Springs benefits Las Vegas. The Eddy Argus has & fish story - that beats the Jonah- story all to pieces. It claims that a Pecos valley catfish swallowed a freight car. There is no doubt the Argus will keep at the head of the procession this year. A writer in the Albuquerque Citi zen says there is only a foot of water in the reservoir,and ...

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. — 30 June 1892

Las Vegas Fk ee Press I. D. Romero. Cheap : Store Thursday, Juke 30, 1892. A3 AN ENGLISHMAN SEES IT. "I think about the strangest thing I have noticed about this country'! government is the evident rascality of your municipal officers," says an Englishman. "At least, I judge this to be the case from the criticisms of your press. I am just returning from a trip across the continent. I have visited every important city of 75,000 population in the country,and I have been a close reader of the papers of . each town stopped at. Almost with out exception every paper I have read has been abusive of its respec tive city administration. They have represented, to my way of thinking, that all American municipal officers, from mayor down to dog catcher, are a set of thieves, who have deliber ately conspired to rob the public cof fers. I see no such criticisms of stale and federal officers. Surely there must be a mistake somewhere. If American municipal authorities are the scoundrels your press ...

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. — 30 June 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Thursday, Junk 30, 1892. Call and get card with direc tions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline Kipaiis Tubules euro indigestion. Kansas City meats always on band a T. W. Ilayward's. Don't forget the cloning exercises of De La Salle institute tonight. For Sale A fine sewing machine, at E. Z. Green's West Side paint shop. Don't forget the E. Romero Hose company ball at the Plaza hotel' on July 4. Briefs printed at the Free Pekss office in the iincat stylo and at rea sonable rates. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Billiard re turned last night from an eighteen months trip to Europe. The benefit ball of the E. Romero Hose company should be well pat ronized, as it is for a worthy cause. A fire broke out in a barn at Albu querque yesterday, and some of the finest thoroughbreds in the territory were burned. Tho Woman's Homo Missionary society of the First M.E. church will meet at the residence of Mrs. Will iam McClean, on Prince street, on Friday afternoon, July 1, at 2:30....

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. — 1 July 1892

Am wIT fj(j East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Friday Evening,- July 1. 1892. No. 179. Vol. I. V CL0SIN9 EXSBCISES, The closing exercises of the East Las Vegas public school took place at tho Tamtne opera houso this morn ing. The assemblage of 'happy children was indeed a beautiful sight, and the large number present gave evidence of tho interest felt in our public school. In front of tho stage were banks of fragrant flowers, pot ted plants and evergreens, and sus pended above it was tho motto, in white upon green ground, "Not in a Year, but Years." Seated upon the stage were the members of the school board, Rev. Layton, Rev. Hoffman and Professor Doty. The exercises opened with music by Professor Miller's orchestra, which was pleasing as usual. Rev. Layton led in prayer, after which Professor Doty made a few introductory re marks. The entertainment was not only pleasing and entertaining, but instructive. It was certainly ap propriate in all its features, and a credit alike to teachers and...

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 July 1892

Las Vegas ree Press An Evening Daily. 3. A. CARBUTH, PUBLISHES. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ornc Year $6.00 Six Months 3.00 Per Wkkk 15 In advance. Entered at tbe post office at Eaat Lai Vegas for trnnamlMion ai aecond clasa mall matter, Friday, July 1, 1892. Eepuelican Ticket. For PreHulcnt of tlie United States, BENJAMIN IIAMUSON, OK INDIANA. For Vice President of the United States, WIIITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Leonard, of the Silver City Enterprise, returned Saturday last from a trip to Kansas. Can any good reason be given why the United States should adopt free trade when England is preparing to abandon the fallacy? The Nickel Plato has just con tracted for 100 box cars, 60,000 pounds capacity, with air brake and other modern improvements. The toiar -rvic fm New York in 1888 was 1,320,109 on president, 1,315,063 on governor. Harrison re ceived 648,759 votes, and Cleveland 635,757. President Manvel, of the Santa Fe, says his company does not propose to build into San F...

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 July 1892

A. ias Vegas Fkee Press Friday, July 1, 1892. A Shbewd Tim. "About tho shrewdest fakir this country has known recently died in a . Cincinnati hospital. His name was Robinson Smith.' I met him some years ago in Richmond, Ind., and took quite a fancy to the fellow Ho was in my room at the hotel one day, and I showed him a paper for which I had lately paid t.'i. It was tho somcthing-or-othcr Gazette, and purported to have been printed in 1800. It contained a long notice of WashingtonVdeatb, which occurred just prior to its date, and quite a lot of other matter cf interest to the an tiquary. I considered that I had secured a veritable treasure, but Smith took mo to his room and showed mo two largo trunks full of those ancient Gazettes, scarce dry from the press. Ho had printed them in Boston, and was flooding the country with them at from Lto 10 a piece, according toJ1he size of tho sucker's pocket book. Five or six years ago I met him in St. Paul. I had secured another treasure. It was...

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 July 1892

II ft Las Vegas Free Press Fridat, July 1, 1892. SNle Sell (Jail and gut card with direc tions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline RipatiH TabulfS cure indigestion. The 1st, and everybody out collect ing. 'Charles Springer, of Raton, is in t6wn. Chas. Allen supplies the city with fireworks. Kansas City meats always on hand a T. W. Ilayward's. Depot Policeman Long will return tonight from his trip to La Junta. For Sale A fine sewing machine, at E. Z. Green's West Side paint shop. J. W. Lightbody, a hat man of St. Joe, Mo., passed through this after noon. The Iling Wall Lung novelty store has a new sign in the hands of K. Z. Green. Don't forget the E. Romero Hose company ball at tlio Plaza hotel on July 4. A party of picnicers intend to visit I3aldy on Saturday and stay there till Tuesday. Briefs printed at the Frke Press oilice in the finest stylo and at rea sonable rates. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Bullard re turned last night from an eighteen months trip to Europe. Ed Brennan, the ...

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 July 1892

Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Saturday Evening, July 2, 1892. No. 180. Ths TzaniToaiAt University. Although Uio normal course of the new university lias only been run ning three weeks, yet the enrollment has already reached fifty. The pres ent term will continue for twelve weeks, or until September 2d, when there will bo a vacation until Sep tember 21st, when the work of the normal department will be continued and the preparatory department opened. The tuition is free to all the pupils of the territory, and pupils attending from a distance will get a special rate from the railroads of one and one third fare. The pupil will pay full fare to Albuquerque, and will get a rate of one-third fare to return. An , excellent corps of teachers will be employed.and a very thorough course in Spanish will be given to those de siring it. Prof. Gaines, of Santa Fe, a graduate of Yale, will have charge of the work in Latin, Greek and some of the sciences. Miss Morrow, who has recently returned...

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 July 1892

La E5s ee Press An Evening Dally. J. A. CARBUTH, PUBLIBHXK. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Osk Yiae $6.00 Six Months 3.00 Pkb Wkkk 15 In advance. F.utered at tbe port office at Salt Las VegM for transmission as second clsss mall mattar. Saturday, July 2, 1892. Eipublicah Ticket. ' For President of the United States BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. For Vice President of the United State", WIIITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. Public Scscol Wcbz. The two following papers, con taining statements as to the work of the public school for the past year, were read by two of the scholars yesterday, and are of such general interest that we reproduce them here. The first was by Chas, A. Thayer, jr.: Work of the Uppkb Grades. Ladies and Gentlemen: At the request of Prof. Doty the pupils of the higher grades have prepared the following statement of the work done by them during the year. We can do little more than present a brief outline of the subjects passed over, for to go into detail would oc cupy too much of your...

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 July 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Saturday, July 2, 1892. Tns Wampebzb's Lament. BT LOBRAINI DlMOND. 0 dearest spot on earth, afar, My own dear home, my guiding star, Whnt e'er I do, where e'er I be, 1 do and thore I am for thoe. My own dear home, O there ii none To be compared at all with thoe. No butler opes the oaken door, ' Or tiptoe walks the polished floor. To make the trembling beggar flee Or chose away the wlchery Of my dear home; yet there Is none To be at all compared with thee. No lawns ornate, or statues wnlto, Or fountains piny to charm the sight, Or bound dogs baying to be free, Or raging racers there you see; Yel, my sweet home, sure thore Is none To bo compared at all with thee. There loving ears await the sound. And eyes pierce through the space around Borne sweet familiar form to sec; There kisses and glad greetings be. My own dear home, O there Is none To bo compared at all with thee. There loving things do come anear, And nothing slinks away In fear Each moment's an eternity ...

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 July 1892

Vegas Free Press Satcrdat, July 2, 1892. Ctll iinil get card with direc tions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline lupins Tubules euro indigestion. Flags and fire crackers are in great demand. Several iicniccr9 leave for Old Baldy tonight. Kansas City meats always on hand a' T. V. II ay ward's. Mora is in the ring with a grand Fourth of July celebration. Rochester lamps will illuminate the J;ttist church in the future. N. 3 passenger train will arrive at 0:110 and No. 4 about 7 o'clock. The Aztec base ball nine will be in full force at Albuquerque tomorrow. For .Sale A fine sewing machine, at K. Z. Green's West Side paint shop. A. G. Green is 59 years eld today. Many happy returns of the day to you. Don't forget the E. Romero Hose company ball at the Plaza hotel on July 4. Rev. A. A. Layton will not preach at the Springs on the 0th, as he will be absent from town. A young lady, whose name wo could not ascertain, died at Craven's ranch this aftoruoon.and Henry Geist went out a...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 5 July 1892

Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Tuesday Evening, July 5, 1892. No. 181. "I TEE CELE2BATI01T. The principal features of the Fourth here yesterday were the pa rade, barbecue and games and speak ing on the Plaza, participated in al together by the Knights of Labor, who came in from outside of town all the day before. While the atten dance was not as large as anticipat ed, still there was a fair attendance and the celebration was a success in its way. The Declaration of Inde pendence was read in Spanish by Charles Rudolph and in English by E. E. Veeder, and addresses made by Judge Long and J. D. W. Veed er. A ball by the E. Romero hose company and a display of fireworks in the evening completed the day. Celebbatiok comm There were quite a large number of people attended the West Side celebration yesterday. The band was out in full force, and what with fire crackers and cheers, there was plenty of celebration. Some gentle men took their celebration another way, but no arrests were ma...

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. — 5 July 1892

Las VegasFree Press An Eyenlng Daily. J. A. CAHRUTH, FUIUSEXB. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Onk Ykak $6.00 Six Months 3.00 Per Week 15 In advance. Entered at the post office at Eaat La Vegas for transmission second class mall matter, Monday, July 5, 1892.1 Eepuelican TlCEIT.' For President of tlio United States BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. For Vice President of the Unitedj States, WIIITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. Col. Allbriglit lingers in the east, arranging the campaign for Mr. Cleveland. Citizen. Senator Bnce offered to bet 1 1,000 that Cleveland would be nominated and another 1,000 that he would not be elected. Who will be the candidate for sheriff of Socorro county this fall? Chieftain. We can spare you two or three if you aro short. Governor Boies says he is satis fied, but that the fight will bo a hard one. lie thinks Harrison stronger than four years ago,while Cleveland's gain is problainetical. m -s When a man becomes too old and decrepid and cranky to be tolerated any place else, he ...

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. — 5 July 1892

Las Vegas Fkee Press Monday, July 5, 1892. "Obey" No Mobe. It is getting to be quite fashionable to leave the obey out of the words a woman must say when getting mar ried. Even the most orthodox of clergymen can bo persuaded, if they are asked in the proper spirit, to for get to say "and obey. tor my part I don't see what difference it makes. Never having had a wife of my own to observe, I may not be properly qualified to judge, but it seems to me that if a woman has made up her mind not to obey the fact that she said "I will" to a qucs tion of the minister as to her inten tions on that point will not make the least difference in the world to her. And, on the other hand, if she thinks enough of a man and trusts serenely enough in his superior wis dom to be willing to obey his wishes, she will do it just as cheerfully without having registered any open vow to that effect at the altar of a church. Most promises of that kind have mental reservations in them anyway,' or else are made su...

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. — 5 July 1892

I Las Vegas Free Press Tcesday, Jclt 5, 1892. Call and get card with dirco tions for making A. I. Coffee of Gaaf& Kline Iiipans Tabules euro indif?estion. Two fires occurred in Albuquerque yesterday. Band practice tonight, and don' you forget it. Train from the east is reported on time tonight. Our colored citizens were Btrictly in it last night. Kansas City meats always on hand a T. W. Ilayward's. There were fireworks in every sec tion of the city last night. The Daughters of Rebckah meet tonight to install their officer. A party of ladies and gentlemen leave tomorrow for Rio Pueblo. A large party of "Sorosis" picnic ers upent yesterday at Bonita canon. The Odd Fellows meeting has been postponed until next Monday There were ten special policemen appointed yesterday on the West Side. The New Mexico medical sooiety will meet at Albuquerque on the 15th of September. Some of our young men are com plaining of the big head, through drinking ice water! Some treacherous sidewalks on Cl...

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 July 1892

T1 1 riin Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Wednesday Evening, July 6. 1892. No. 182. y LATE NEWS. A CIGARETTE CAUSES A CONFLAGRA TION. Sax Jose, Cal., July 5. rcrhaps the most disastrous fire in the history of this city broke out at 6:30 last evening in the fire cracker stand near the corner of Second and Fernando streets. It was caused by a small boy throwing a lighted cigarette among the fire crackers. An area of about three squares was burned, de stroying the Lick house, California theater, A. C. Ham & Co.'s packing house, "The Fair," a general mer chandise store, the South Methodist church and numerous dwellings and smaller stores, entailing a loss of about 1000,000, with probably $400, 000 insurance. The fire was not gotten under control until 10:30. sea, and requesting him to lay the matter before the government with a view to securing the release of the vessels under seizure. It is claimed a serious blunder has been committed by the officers of the American cruis ers. ...

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 July 1892

Las VegasFree Press An Ereulng D&Ur. J. A. OAZtBUTH, rXTBXJSHSB. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $G.OO Six Months 3.00 Tkr Wekk 15 In advance. Entered at tbe post office ft East La Vega for transmission as second class mall matter, Wednesday, Jcly f, 1892. Eepublican Ticzet. For I'rettident of the United States, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. For Vice President of tbe United; States, WIIITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. The Albuquerque Times gives Clark D. Frost a very fine notice about bis resuming tbe management of tbe Montezuma bote). Just at present it is bard to deter mine winch of the two, Grover Cleveland or "Colonel" Albright, is the standard bearer of tbe Democratic party. Black Range. Albuquerque- wants a town ditch. We are surprised that a city like Al buquerque should be without one. Las Vegas has had one for several years and finds it a good investment. m We have received from Mr. Mil biser a letter suggesting that as the settling of the Las Vegas grant is a question of such i...

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 July 1892

Las Vegas Fkee Press Wednesday, Jolt 6, 1892. RAILROAD ITEMS. Briefs printed at the Fjkek Tress office in the finest style and at rea sonable rates. The Ilio Grande has contracted for 32 special trains into the moun tains from Denver in connection with the conclave. A statement issued by the Rock Island today estimates the gross earnings of tho entire system for the month of Jono at $1,470,909, an in crease, as compared with the estimat ed earnings daring the corresponding month list year, of $183,217. In its next issue the Railway Age will give a summary of the railway construction in tho United States during the first six months of 1892 Its returns showed that 1,300 miles of new main track have been laid in the period named, distributed among 115 lines in 35 of the slates and ter ritories. Notico has been given by the Atch ison, Topeka & Santa Fe road that it will meet the action of tho Rock Is land in reducing freight rates to Col orado points, effective July 22. This new tar...

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 July 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Wednesday, July C, 1892. Call and get card with direo tions for making A. I. Coffee of G AAF & K LINE McCOWAN'S Railroad & Steamship Ticket Office With Wells, Fargo It Co'i Express, Center Street, E. Las Vegas, II. LI. Buys, Sells and Exchanges Kail road and Steamship Tickets and Drafts on all the principal cities of the world. Las Vegas Office, II. E. COOSA, M'gr. Albuquerque, J. E. KcCOWAN, Mgr. Ripans Tubules euro indigestion. Prayer meeting tonight at all the churches. Three memhers of Sells Brothers' paste brigade left for Winfield, Kan sas, this morning. A. West Side colored gent was pitched into a barrel of flour this morning, or else he fell in. The county commissioners met yesterday in regular cpjarterly session, and will probably not adjourn before Saturday. The water will be shut off from 2 to C i). m.. tomorrow on account of repairs the company is making near the Hot Springs. The Ladies' Aid society of the Presbyterian church will meet tomor ...

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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