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

Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Saturday Evening, July 30, 1892. No. 203. v LATE NEWS. WILL BLOW UP, TUB WORKS. Homestead, Pa., July 29. Since it lias bt'como evident that the Car ncgio Steel company, under protec tion of the National Guards, is abso lutely nucccssfully operating its mills, prominent members of tho advisory committee have bGen considering ways and means for preventing any successful working of the plant. One of the prominent members of this committee today said: "We will not under any circum stances permit those mills to run, if there is any agency which may be employed to prevent it. We have already selected men to go into these mills as fast as they can secure em ployment, who are instructed and sworn to carry out our orders in con summating the policy which we have agreed upon. When we are sure there is no more hope for us, our rep resentatives in the mills will place explosives where they will do the most harm to the machinery. We have definitely determined ...

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 July 1892

Las VegasFree Press An Ersntng Daily. J. A. CAKBUTH, FUBLI8&X3. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Owe Ykab $6.00 Six Months .. . 3.00 PekWkkk .15 In advance. Entered at tbe pout office at Eait Lai Vega for transmlMion second cIim mall matter. Saturday, July 30, 1892. Eehjblican Ticeet. For President of the United States BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. For Vice President of tho Utited States, WHITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. Alhuquerque is endeavoring to out do her fair record of last year and make a greater success than then. News from Capt. Eads' town: "The merry-go-round only tarried In Carrollton for two weeks. Dur ing that brief period the enterprising proprietor raked in $2,000 spot cash." No paper which denounces the Mc Kinley law has yet printed or will print a list of articles that have been increased in price by that law, giving former and present prices of articles in detail. It is unnecessary to ex plain why. Democratic papers are having a good deal of fun over the fact that President Ha...

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 July 1892

L.AS VEGAS FRKK Prf;; Briefs P"nted at the Fkhb Pkkss omce in the tinost style and at rea sonablo rates. Saturday, July 30, 1892. PEEFIDIOTTS OUINA. A HOMANCB. 'Mnrry me, marry mo, rualden," A lover Sana; to his love, "I-iet me not linger love laden. Answer mo, answer mo, dove." "Why should I marry you, pray sir? Why should I marry, forsooth? I dnnco In tho Joy of my way sir, I lore all the follies of youth." "Why should you marry me, Oulnaf How easy the question you ask; Surely the love signs you'vo seen, ah I To love thee I've found It no task. Thou art tho sun of my day Ume, Thou art tho bird of my btovo. Thou art tho love of my gray time, Tho Joy of my darkness, my love." Then flushed the check of Oulna, And fllled bor spirit with pride, Suspicion, lean, Innky and green, ahl Whlspored "perhaps ho hath lied." "Then hie th co away to tho desert, Hie thco away In thy youth. To the land of tho snake and the lizard. And brlncr me a 'star of the south.' Illo thee away to tbo burning. ...

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 July 1892

Las Vegas Fkee Press Saturdat, Jult 30, 1892. ,1 1 Call and get card with direo tions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline McCO WAN'S Railroad & Steamship Ticket Office With Well. Farfro & Co's Express, Center Street, E. Las Vegas, N. M. Buys, Soils aud Exchanges Rail road and Steamship Tickets and Drafts on all the principal cities of the world. Las Vegas Office, A. S&BEEBEM, M'r. Albtniuorque, J. R. McCOWAN, Mgr. Church day tomorrow. No base ball tomorrow. l ino home made kettle lard at T. W. Ilayward's. Tonight's passenger trains are bul letined on time. Kansas City meats always on hand a' T. W. Ilayward's. The Literary Star club meets to morrow evening at 7:30. The Catholic society cleared over 175 from their sociable last night. Old Town and Hot Springs base ball teams will cross bats at the Springs tomorrow. If somebody don't keep his unli censed "dorg" in doors "thar'sgwine ter be trouble, chile." The Germania hall is for rent for weddings, sociables, dance...

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 August 1892

cm 1 . to Mm V Vol. I. East La3 Vegas, New Mexico, Monday Evening, Aug. 1. 1892. No. 204. V r Statehood. Senator Carey recently wrote as follows to Hon.T. B. Catron, on the subject of statehood: The bill for the admission of New Mexico was reported favorably to the senate yesterday, with the state ment that it would be called up at the next session. I scarcely think it would have been possible to have obtained the consideration of the New Mexico bill for admission if you had not come on to Washington and unremittingly labored to have . the matter taken up by the committees. Whilo Senator Piatt and others of the committee reserved the right to hlo a minority report, they did not say that they would file one. They said they wanted to examine some census statistic, which were not in psint, before agreeing to the minor ity report. It is safe to predict that there will be no minority report filed. I have but littlo doubt that New Mexico will be admitted as a state early in the next sessi...

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 August 1892

Las VegasFree Press An Erening Dallr. 3. A. 0AKKT7TH, PUBLISH B. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Onk Ykar $6.00 Six Months 3.00 Peh Week 15 In advance. Entered at Ibe post office at But Lat Vegtf for tranmliion second clita mall matter, Monday, Acq. 1, 1892. ElPwBLICAN TlCTZT. For President of the United States BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. For Vice President of tho United States, WIIITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. La Voz del Pueblo gives II. II. Pierce quite a send off last week. There seems to be trouble all around in the Democratic camp this fall One prominent Democrat says the leader of tho Whito Caps is trying to sell out to the Republicans. We can not believe such base tales of a true reformer. Col. Dick Hudson received his commission as agent for the Mes calero Indians on Wednesday last, and yesterday passed down on his way to take charge of tho agency. Deming Headlight. There must bo a mistako about the above as Col. Hudson was re moved from the position of agent by Gov. Albright several day...

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 August 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Monday, Aca. 1, 1892. Co drEUATivE Cocma. The Fulton Democrat hereby warns the dear intelligent women of Amer ica that Bellamy's dream was not all a dream. The day of useless irksome toil is drawing to a close. Of course there is no true prophet' to tell all tho good things in store for them, but here is a gracious hint of wiser methods in one rnatter of horrible drudgery. The Woman's Journal says that the co-operative club of Junction City, Kas., known as the "Bellamy club"' has entered upon its second year with a full complement of members, most of whom have been with it from tho start. It was or ganized to conduct a common kitchen, in which all the family cooking was to bo done, away from the homes of the members. These are 44 in num ber, and all express their satisfaction with the results of their experiment. During' the yeaa that the society has been in existence, $5,320 has been expended for table supplies. All bills have been paid as fast as con traded, 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. — 1 August 1892

Las Vegas Fkee Press Monday, Acq. 1, 1892. Call and get card with direo tions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline McGO WAN'S Railroad & Steamship Ticket Office With Wells, Kargo & Co's Express, Center Street, E. Las Vegas, N. M. Buys, Sells and Exchanges Rail road and Steamship Tickets and Drafts on all the principal cities of the world. Las Vegas Office, A. SiLBZEBEEd, M'r. Albuquerque, J. B. McCOWAN, Mgr. The Oak restaurant opened up to day. fine homo made kettle lard at T. W. Hay ward's. Kansas City meats always on hand a T. W. Hayward's. The Odd Fellows will meet to night in second and third degrees. J. W. Garrard, ex-policemen, re turned to the city from Gallinas Springs last night. The Old Town base ball team car ried off the honors from the Springs yesterday. Score 11 to 20. Lawyer E. C. Lovell, of Elgin, 111., who is stopping at the Monte zuma, was in the city this morning. The Germania hall is for rent for weddings, sociables, dances, etc. In quire at Fleck'...

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 August 1892

est V .4 Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Tuesda Evening, Aug. 2. 1892. No. 05. All LATE NEWS. TRANSFER OF KXTRKSS BUSINESS. New York, Aug. l. A transfer of express business of considerable magnitude from one company to an other took place today. Up to yes terday the express business of the lines of the St. Louis t San Francis co railroad lias been conducted by the Adams Express Co. This morn ing tho whole business was trans ferred to Wells, Fargo & Co., the Adams retiring.' The lines of the San Francisco road run west and south from St. Louis and are now a part of the A. T. & S. F. system, the express business of which Wells, Fargo & Co. operate. , AFTER TUB COLONEL. Pittsburg, Aug. 1. Informations were made this afternoon before Al dermen Iteilly by ex-Private lams against Col. Hawkins, Lieut Col. Strcator and Asst. Surg. Grim, of tho 10th regiment, for .aggravated assault and battery. Warrauts were issued. Tho cliargo of aggravated assault was for tying lams up by ...

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 August 1892

An ETening Daily. Las VegasFree Press r of wooa-penpwng hiPPopot. amus. iLuay Argus. We are sorry if the Eddy dele gates were neglected daring their visit this spring. It was supposed that all visitors were treated properly, but the adjournment cf the conven tion sooner than was expected did not give a chance to have the recep tion and other festivities intended. J. A. OAKBTJTH, PXTBU8HSS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Yeab $6.00 Six Months 3.00 Feb Week 15 In advance. EnUred at the post offlc at Kait Lu Vegas for tranarolMion at tecond claaa mall matter. Tuesday, Aco. 2, 1892. 0EU3 07 TnOUQUT. ElFUELICAN TlCZST. For President of the United States BENJAMIN HARRISON, or INDIANA. For Vice President of the United States, WIIITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. Possibly it is true that the ricli are becoming richer, and the poor poorer, hut there is one way in which a man may become a millionaire. All lie has to do is to go to work in the Homestead mills and save his salary. San Antonio Express. The Tra...

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 August 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Tuesdat, Aug. 2, 1892. MISFITS. As yon walk along the streets of a city you will often read on a sign the word misfit. It usually applies to clothing, but if you will notice care fully as you walk along through the world you will Bee misfits stamped on faces as well as signs. There's the great big man with the little mean heart. He is a misfit. There's a little delicate woman with a great big heart 6he is a misfit. I have one before me now, Little, yes little, and plain looking, but the great, noble, true heart shines over that plain face until it is beauti ful educated highly, intellect bo broad, heart bo grand, that she is certainly a misfit. There's the man that bo far forgets himself as to usj profane language in the presence ot ladies, lie is a mis' fit. He was fitted to be a groom to a gentleman, but bj Home sad irony of fate he missed his sphere. Go into a street car and watch an aged person enter. There's a poor girl that rises instantly to seat the aged...

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 August 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Tcesdat, Acq. 2, 1892. (Jill and get card with dircc tiotiB for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline McCO WAN'S Railroad & Steamship Ticket Office With Wells, FnfO k Co's Express, Center Street, E. Las Vegas, IT. M. Buys, Sells and Exchanges Rail road and Steamship Tickets and Drafts on all the principal cities of the world. Las Vegas Office, A. SiLSESnBO, Mr. Albuquerque, J. E. McCOWAN, Mgr. fine home made kettle lard at T. V. Ilayward's. The county commissioners were in session today. Special meeting of the Sexennial league tonight. Tonight's passenger trains are bul letined on time. Just received, the "Eagle cigar," at the Eagle Cigar Store. A grand piano will adorn the Az tec club rooms after next week. We have our opinion of the man who paid a dollar this morning to learn how to spell Jersey. Hartman & Weil received seven carloads of goods today for their city establishment and Cerrillos branch. The Albuquerque Kids have de clined to play with th...

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 August 1892

us. V .'S a)'A 'Ir.A,:? Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Wednesday Evening, Aug. 3. 1892... , ,.0)(i No. 206. "'jA 1 f 2 HP J'lf 'K.ll.'I Hy-- o j 4i'iv. .i . 4Tt'l I V LATE NEWS. nousu. ' Washington, Ang. 2. Imme diately after the reading of tbe jour nal and the reference of a dozen senate bills in the house today, fili bustering began on the World's fair amendment to tho sundry civil ap propriation bill. Mr. Butler, of Iowa, moved an adjournment until Thurs day, and Mr. Bailey.of Texas, moved for adjournment until Friday. "Is that the result of the caucus?" in quired Mr. Dingley with meek in credulity. The question then came up on tho motion to adjourn until Friday. Thjs was defeated, 2 to 72, and Mr. Kilgore, of Texas, raised the point of no quorum. A call of the house was ordered; 183 members having responded to their names, further proceedings under the call were dispensed with. On motion of Mr. Lanham, of Texas, the following resolution was adopted: Resolved, That the condi...

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 August 1892

Las VegasFree Press An ETenlng DallT- J. A. CARBPTH, PUBLISHES. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Osk Year $0.00 Six Months 3.00 Pkb Week 15 In advance. Entered at the poet office it EMt Las VtfM for transmlMion iecond claai mall matter. Wednesday, Acq. 3, 1892. SirusucAV Ticsst. For 1'rcnidoiit of llie United States BENJAMIN HAKRISON, OK INDIANA. For Vice President of the United States, WIIITELAW REID, OF NKW YORK. Judge Francis Downs, P. L. Van derveer and Hon. Geo. W. Prichard are candidates lor the position of chief justice. Our summer weather has been very fine. The clerk of the weather is making up for some of the bad weather ho sent us this spring. It is reported that Nestor Montoya, one of the most vigorous writers and epeakers in the territory, will soon resume the editorial chair of the La Voz del Pueblo, at Las Vegas. We would suggest to the Optic to look up and see how much Las Vegas has done for the Optic. After balancing and finding how much it owes the town it will undoubtedly let ...

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 August 1892

V V i-AS Vegas Free Press Wednksdat, Auo. 3, 1892. Tna Ways op Wounr. The venerable Baroness Burdett- CoutU is still active in works of phil anthropy. Mmc. Modjeska is now on her Cal ifornia ranch studying floriculture and dairying. Mrs. James Q. Blaine and child are at the Hotel Thorndike, in Jamestown, R. I. fe'-even of the fifteen revolutionary widows in tho United States live in one Tennessee pension district. Mrs. T. B. T. Willots, of Roslyn, L. I., manages a farm of COO acres stocked with pedigree Guernsey cat tle. Tho odo writton by Miss Harriet Monroe, of Chicago, for tho Colum bian exposition has been translated into seven languages. Miss CsUKnrino Weed Barnes, pro minent among amateur photograph ers, will collect about 2,000 photos during her present visit to Europe, j Two young ladies of old New England families have built a school houso in tho Black Bolt of Alabama, and a cabin near by in which . they will reside. The property left by Dr. Amelia B. Edwards to found a pro...

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 August 1892

Vegas Free Press "Wednesday, Aug. 3, 1892. Cill and get card with direc tions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline McCO WAN'S Railroad & Steamship Ticket Oppice With Well, Fargo it Co' Express. Center Street, E. Las Vegas, IT. II. Buys, bells and H,xehanges Kail road and SteamshiD Tickets and Drafts on all tho principal cities of the world. Las Vegas Office, A. SasEm&Q, M'r, Albuquerque, J. E. McCOWAN, Mgr, K. of I', meet tonight. The grand lodgo of K. of P. meets tonight. Odd Fellows' encampment tomor row night. Tonight's passenger trains are bul letined on time. Fine home made kettle lard at T. W. I lay ward's. Special meeting of the U. It. K. of I', tomorrow night. J uHt received, the "Eagle cigar," at the Eagle Cigar Store. K. of P. anniversary on the 27th of the month. There is some talk of getting tip a grand parade. The county commissioners and the probate court wore iu session today, attending to routine business. The Gtnnania hall is for rent for weddinj.8, s...

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 August 1892

i S V t -. V- vT.V i Vol. I. East Lka Vega's; New Mexico, Thursday Evening, Aug. j4;;i2' rT'V.'j', No.207. Ay ;Ay Ay ; -' - Ay As LATE NEWS. Special to Frkk Press". " " Santa Fe, Aug. 4. Republican convention is called to meet at Las Vegas August 2oih. It is understood here llut Judge O'Brien's resignation itt-U'CoFq-jh department of justice at Washinsfdit and that U' is uncondi tional. It is said the resignation is accepted. There is a good meeting of tlio committee and grea confi dence that the Republicans will elect the delegate to Congress. TO THK COKCI.AVB. Kansas Crrf, Ang. 3 Travel, on aqcountof the conclave, at Denver,! irf .iuiMi'aiiJr every'day. : Sunday, Uk' .7ih inst Tiv special' trains will pass iVonghhete.: "Every day 65 trains run lttojhk union depot for Denver, that with the Vo'specials will make 140 trains, or a train every 10 minutes during Sunday. Six hun dred sleeping cars will pass through on special trains between now and next Wednesday morning. The Boston comm...

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 August 1892

Las VegasFree Press An Evening Dallr. J. A. 0ABBT7TH, PUBXJ8KZB. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Onk Yeab..: $6.00 Six Months i 3.00 Per Wrk 15 - In advance. Entered at tbe post ofHoe at Eait Laa Vtta for trannmlMina as aecond cIsm mall matter. Thursday, Aug. 4, 1892. EEmLICAU T1C2ET. For Prenidcnt of llie United Slates BENJAMIN. IIAKRISON, OF INDIANA. For Vice President of tlio United States, WIIITELAW REID, OP NEW YOKK. The Denver News of last Sunday has a large illustrated article on Al buquerque. We understood some tirao ago tbat Las Vegas wan to have a write-up in its columns, but so far it lias not been published. The manual training department of the academy will prove an annex of great value. The satisfaction of b.'ing able to put out of on's hands a neat piece of work is not all. It has a money value. It is a helping agent in mind training and is the shortest and best road to a trade. Prof. N. C. Campbell, the new principal of the academy, is heartily endorsed by the ex-state superinte...

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 August 1892

V V s L.AS V EGAS r REE PRESS Briefs Printed at the Fkkk Tanas oilice m the finest style and at rea conable rates Thu'k3dat, Ava. 1892. Only 15 cents per weak takes it, or rather, you can take it for 15 cents per week. 0. L GREGORY. Barber Shop. Hot and Cold Bathes. As liimciMENT op Mercy. We are living in turbulent times. Law does not seem to have strength enough to subject the people to her beneficent sway. . We are living in hypocritical times, when mercy, for some consideration or another gen erally notoriety is made to usurp the throne of justice. Blind to ev erything that tends to strengthen the government, or pretending to be 60 blind, hundreds of persons whose I CENTER ST., EAST LAS VEGAS. minds are unimpaired,' are engaged in hell bom devices of murderous philanthropy. Forgetting that to cast ad nil criminals upon the state puts a premium upon the crime of which they have been proven guilty. At lowest prices and on easy pay- iueii are ai worn impeacning me tea-1 ments. timo...

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 August 1892

it 1 L Las Vegas Fkee Press Tuu esdat, Auo. i, 1892. -vir Sell r J OaU and get card with direc lions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf & Kline McCO WAN'S Eailroad & Steamship Ticket Office With Well, Fanro Co' Express. Center Street, E. Las Vegas, N. M. Buys, Sells and Exchanges Rail road and Steamship Tickets and Drafts on all the principal cities of the world., Las Vegas Office, A. SiLBEEBSBO, M'r. Albuquerque, J. E. McCOWAN, Mgr. b'Uia home made kettle lard at T. W. Ilayward's. The wator works have been closed down at Raton. Tonight's passenger trains are bul letined on time. . Alvaro Nunez Caveza de Baca, son of E. C. de Baca, died at noon today, aged 10 weeks. The bridges on the Romeroville road are in miserable condition and should be repaired at once. The Montezuma hotel is now car rying large donble column ads. in all the big dailies. That means a full house soon. Today is green corn dance day at S.into Domingo pueblo and there are many visitors down there to see how ...

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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