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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 11 August 1892

V Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Thursday Evening, August 11, 1892. No. 213. 6 M rwnTrtr. f$ZS Ay-Ay Ay Some omra Statistics. Ex-Land Commissioner Carter, in Lis official statement, reports the acreage of Indian lands disposed of during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1892, as follows: Cherokee sohool lands, 360.80; Ute, 81,893.21; Sioux, 600.64;. Osage Trust and Diminished Reserve, 4040.20; Ponca, 305.88. Total, with other Iudian lands, 13,663,019.43. Of the area of land patented dur ing the year on private land claims, donations and Indian allotments and scrip locations finally approved, the Indian Territory is represented by 37,080.03; Nebraska by 480 and Ok lahoma Territory by 849,613.11 acres. Surveys of publio lands ac cepted were as follows: Colorado, 511,510; South Dakota, 3,732,328; New Mexico, 04,402; Utah, 1,002,227 and Oklahoma, 1,432,884. An apportionment of $12,000 from the fund appropriated for publio sur veys for the fiscal year was made to the District of Color...

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 August 1892

t Las VegasFree Press An Evening Dally. J. A. CARBUTH, FOBUSHXX. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ons Yea $6.00 SlX-MONTHi 3.00 Peb Week 15 In advance. Entered ftt the post offlce it Kiuit Lm Vega tor trenmiituioii second cl.M mall mattef. TutRsriAT, Aco. 11 1892. BETCSllCAff TlCSET. Foj" President of the United States BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. For Vice President of the United States, WIIITELAW.REID, OF NKW YORK. A Kansas paper tells of a song ser vice held in the state penitentiary in which the air, "Don't Go Out To night," was sung. And no one went out. Georgia's share of the river and harbor appropriation is 13,545,000. Georgia has several streams within her boundaries which could, by ju dicious work, be made navigable for very fair-sized catfish. Knute Nelson, whom the Minne sota Republicans have nominated for governor, is a great favorite with the Scandinavians of the northwest, who call him familiarly the "little Nprwegian." He is a man of small physique, hardiy more than five feet fi...

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 August 1892

i-AS Vegas Fkee Press Thursday, Aug. 11, 1892. . Keep Eoys Crr ths Sheet. On this subject a Tezaa exchange tbo San Saba News, has the follow ing to say: "The habit of street loafing is one against which every precaution should bo carefully exercised. The habit is very pleasing to young boys, and it is a habit which grows on them as surely as any other habit The boys grow up indolent idlers, with corrupt morals and evil habits, the tendency of which is to lead them into still greater wrongs, and eventnally crimes, while the over confident parents are unmindful of what is going on; or perhaps they see, but take no notice of the fact. Their eyes are overshadowed by the evil of kindness, and their better judgment is ruled by misdirected love, and the child is permitted to seek amusements on the streets, and take care of himself as best he can Parents should never let their blinded love rule their judgment or discre tion in the government of their children." An Insect Tebeob. A strange s...

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 August 1892

Las Vegas Fkee Press Tucrsdat, Aug. 11, 1892. PIHIHflfif FS2S0NAL Call and get card lions fur making A. I. with dir Coffee of Graaf& Kline McCOWAN'S Eailroad & Steamship Ticket Office Wltb Wells, Fai-go Co's Express, Center Street, E. Las Vegas, IT. M. 15uys, Sells and Exchanges Rail road and Steamship Tickets and Drafts on all the principal cities of the world. Las Vegas Office, A. SHBEBBE83, M'r. Albuquerque, J. E. McCOWAN, Mgr. ftipnns Tabiiles : for torpid liver. Eastern Star meets tonight. U. R. K. of P. meets tonight. f ine home made kettle lard at T. W. II ay ward's. Tonight's passenger trains are bul letined on time. ljusiness was rushing in the rail road yards last night. The water has been turned on at Raton once more, a "divv" or com promise having been effected. The Black Diamond will play the Laborers a practice game next Sun day, on the post-office grounds. O'Sullivan, the tailor, on Bridge street. Old Town. Las Vegas, has opened, an establishment where first c...

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. — 12 August 1892

cms Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Friday Evening, August 12, 1892. No. 214. Ay Ay&MvV LATE NEWS. GRESHAM TO TAKE THE STUMP. St. Louis, August 11. The na tional people's party headquarters today were alive with enthusiastic workers, all of whom were very ju bilant over a telegram received, and its contents verified by a letter to the effect that Judge Gresham had concluded to take the stump in the interest of tho third party, and would ninke his opening speech at Indian apolis, tho latter part of this month. Chairman Taubeneck received this intelligence from the chairman of tho stale committee of Indiana, to' whom Judge Gresham had written, declaring his intention, and setting forth his reasons for making a cam paign in the interest of General Weaver. In his report to national headquarters, the chairman of the statu of Indiana states that Judge Gresham, in apprizing him of 'his in tentions, informed him by letter that he did not refuse the presidential nomination because he...

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. — 12 August 1892

t Las VegasFree Press An Ersnlng Dally. J. A. C ARB U Til, XTTBLISHXB. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Onk Ya $6.00 Six Months 3.00 PerWmk 15 In advance. Entered t the port office at Eut Ui Vets for traosmlMinn tecond claHmall matter, Friday, Aug. 12, 1892. EEPUBLICAM TIC2ET. For President of the United States BENJAMIN IIAHRISON, OF INDIANA. ' For Vice President of the United States, WIIITELAW REID, OF NEW TOBK. Pennsylvania has $0,000,000 in her state treasury. Pennsylvania must be frying the fat out of her tariff barons. It looks a little peculiar to see a Republican paper speak of the "no ble efforts" that defeated its party at the last election ! In 1880, the Democrats carried West Virginia by 11,148; in 1884, by 4,221, and in 1888, by 600. The Republican margin in West Virginia this year ought not to be less than 2,500. There are 20,000,000 church mem bers in the United States, a good many of whom are Christians. That does pretty well for a country that elected a Democratic congress only t...

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. — 12 August 1892

Las Vegas Fk ee Press CAU' roa rraucAN convention. Friday, Acq. 12, 1892. Women's Wore. Miss Ellen Terry's book, "Stray Memories," will not bo brought out until die autumn. It is an expan Bion of the articles which Miss Terry territory in the 53d congress ot the contributed some time ago to me United folates Hdqus. Republican Central CoMMITTEK OF N. M., Santa Fk, N. M Aujx. 5, 1892. A convention of the Republican party of New Mexico is hereby called to meet at Las Vegas, N. M., on the 25th day of August, 1892, at 11 o'clock a. m., to nominate a candi date for delegate to represent the iew iveview, and will contain nu merous portraits and illustrations, Miss Elizabeth Plankinton, of Milwaukee, has agreed to build and furnish a working girls' boarding house for the Women's Christian Friendly Society of that city, if the organization will agree to maintain it. Instruction will bo given, as well as a home, to the beneficiaries. The several counties of the terri tory are entitled to repr...

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. — 12 August 1892

Las Vegas Fkee Press Fridat, Aug. 12, 1892. C ill and get card with dir tions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf&Kline McCOWAN'S Kailroad & Steamship Tick t Office With Wells, Forgo & Co'. Express, Center Street, E. Las Vegas, IT. M. Duys, Sella and Exchanges Rail road and Steamship Tickets and Drafts on all the principal cities of the world. Las Vegas Office, A. SlLBEBBEM, M'r. Albuqnerque, J. E. McCOWAN, Mgr. When the Optic goes on a jamboree Who dares complain of hilaritee? Fiddlededee, fiddlededee. Ripans Tannics ! for torpid Liver. Look out for the Aztec serenaders tonight. fine home made kettle lard at T. W. Ilayward's. Tonight's passenger trains are bulletined on time. The East side Republican Club will meet tonight at the G. A. R. hall. A new side track is to be put in between Dorsey and Otero imme diately. The shower yesterday afternoon was a very fine one just what was needed. Sir Knights ot the Uniform Rank, K. of P., remember the parade drill tonight. The Jewis...

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. — 13 August 1892

! Ay syi Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Saturday Evening, August 13, 1892. No. 215. die fapfeP ) LATE NEWS. "ctclonk" knocked out. London, Aug. 12. The fight be tween the light weights, Tommy Euston of Leytonstone, and George Strong of Denver, Col., known as the "Cyclone," took place tonight. The fight was short and sharp, Euston knocking Strong out in four rounds. A CYCLONE. London, Ont., Aug. 11. A cyclone occurred yesterday afternoon, extend ing across the Grand Trunk lines be tween Dumfries and a point about five miles east of Paris. All tele graph wires, both on the highway and railway, were prostrated, and scores of shanties and barns were blown down and wrecked by light SENTENCE COMMUTED. Denver, Aug. 12. Gov. Routt to day announced that he will commute the sentence of Christian Kulbs, who was recently sentenced to be hanged for the murder of young Murray, to life imprisonment. He gives as a 'reason that the prosecuting attorney and the judge who tried him recom mended t...

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. — 13 August 1892

Las VegasFree Press An Evening Daily. J. A. CABRTJTH, PTBUBHUB. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Osk Ykab 16.00 Six Months 3.00 Pkb Wkkk 15 In advance. Entered t tbe post office at Eat Lai Vegma for trantnlMion a tecond claw mall matter. Saturday, Auo. 13, 1892. SZTOSLKaV TIC2ZT. For Prettident of the United States BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. For Vice President of tbe United States, WIIITELAW REID, OP NEW YOEK. Clark D. Frost has been appointed postmaster at Las Vegas Hot Spring, vice A. T. Hunt, resigned. The club meeting last night was a rousing success. People are begin ning to wake up to the fact that something must be done if San Mi guel is to redeem herself. Felix Martinez left for Santa Fe last night. As Mr. Joseph is there, and we hero that several other prom inent Dcmocratio politicians are also there, it's likely there is some wire pulling to be arranged. The recent appropriation to pay Indian depredation claims will dis tribute about (35,000 in San Miguel county, $20,000 in Mora, ....

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. — 13 August 1892

Ls Vegas Free Press Cau' ros EErroLICAM csmsmss. Saturday, Aug. 13, 1892. Household Notts. i 7 7 5 1 .10 The oil of .white birch bark, which gives to Russia leather its pecular aromatic and lasting qualities, when dissolved in alchohol is said to be excellent for preserving and water proofing various fabrics. It renders tbeni both acid and insect proof, and in no way destroys their pliability, According to the New York Sun, the "stocking sachet" is the latest in tlio list of scented toilet accessories It is quite a largo silk bag, lined with quilted satin and having the odorous powder scattered with liberal band between the lining and the silk. It is hung in tho wardrobe and receives tho stockings as they come in from tho wash and before they have gone to tho mender. A r rcncliman lias invented an ap paratus about the size of a large din ner kettle, which is so ingeniously constructed that it will contain all tho objects necessary for an out-door repast, except tho food. Snugly pack...

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. — 13 August 1892

Las Vegas Fkee Press Saturday, Aug. 13, 1892. Call and get card with dir tions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline McCOWAN'S Railroad & Steamship Ticket Office With Wells, Fargo & Co'i Express, Center Street, 22. 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. SUBEEEEES, Mr, Albuquerque, J. R. McCOWAN, Mgr. Ripans Tabules : for torpid liver. fine home made kettle lard at T. W. Ilayward's. The synagogue is undergoing re pairs. The First Baptist Church is soon to receive a new coat of paint. The Aztec club serenaders did not put in an appearance last night. There was a whist party at the res idence of Mrs. Warner, yesterday. Ilartman it Weil will receive a car load of watermelons early Mon day morning. A reception was given Miss Ada Bailey on the evening of the Oth, at the homo of Pastor A. A. Layton. The wreck this side of La Junta has been cleared, and the main line w...

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. — 15 August 1892

r C . Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Monday Evening, August 15. 1892. No. 216. V LATE NEWS. don't want to go. Washington, Aug. 14. The Kan sas City live stock association, of Kansas City, has petitioned the pres ident to cause the order to be revok ed which directs the war department to remove cattle from the Cherokee strip. The communication is signed by J. II. Wait, vice president, and R. II. Woodbury, secretary. They dis cuss at length the danger of remov ing the cattle, danger of loss to cat tlemen themselves from Texas fever, ana loss to the people in the section through which the cattle will bo moved. They go on the supposition that some of the cattle will be moved up into Kansas, and this, in their judgment, will cause untold loss to the citizens of Kansas. Then, on the south, they can see the citizens of Oklahoma suffering from the spread of Texas fever among tho cattle, caused by remov ing the Cherokee strip cattle. They do not attempt to offer excuses for the cattleme...

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. — 15 August 1892

Las VegasFree Press An Evening Dally. J. A. OABRXJTH, PUBLISHER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Ykak $6.00 Six Months 3.00 Pkb Week 15 In advance. Entered at tho post office at East Lai Vera for tranimliuiinn aa ircond clna mall matter. Monday, Aco. 15, 1892. Republican Ticeet. For President of the United States BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. For Vice President of the United States, WIIITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. J. C. Sanchez offers a reward of t500 for the arrest and conviction of tho murderers of Nicholas J. San chez, which occurred in Albuquerque on the night of July 20. mam A hotel man in Helena Montana, is in possession of tho largest sap phire that has yet been found in that state. It weighs over 200 carats, and if a good stone can be cut out of it it will rank with tho great gems of the world. It will bo shown at tho World's fair. Wells, Fargo & Co. and the Southern Pacific ltailroad company have offered a reward of 11,000 for information that will lead to tho ar rest and convict...

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. — 15 August 1892

ias Vegas Fk ee Press CAU' roa Eeftolioan convention. Monday, Aug. 15, 1892. S0N3 OF EOBAH. Sung of sorrow, sung In Israel, By a dnugbtcr of God's own, Huns ly Koran near the Kedron Ncatb a cedar, there alono. Up like vnpor, up like lnoenso, From tbe altar of tbe soul, t'p among the hosts of heaven Went her lamentations whole. O, Great Fatberl O, most ancient I O, Tbou Fulthful to the end, Look upon thy chosen people Bore In need, behold 1 befriend I As a whirlwind came our troubles, All our glory's swept away; Stubbornness destoyed our people, Scattered shall they be for aye? Lash of Pharaoh, Law of Moses, All forgotten good and 111, Signs of hope and signs of mercy Come no more, but boaven Is still. There Is silence In Thy temple, There IS darkness In Thy vail We have followed gods of silence, Itowod to golden calves and Baal Qono the odors, gone tbe incense, Lol the cymbals He in tears; ti one the priesthood, perished I perished I Father end tho weary years; Como Almighty, como D...

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. — 15 August 1892

Las Vegas Fkee Press Moxdat, Acq. 15, 1892. (Jill an I get tions for making card with dir A.I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline McCO WAN'S Railroad & Steamship Ticket Oppice With Wells, l'nrifo ic CVs Express, Cotter Street, E. Las Vegas, N. M. Buys, Sells iiinl Kxt-hangcs Rail road anl Steamship Tickets and Drafts on all the jn-incip.il cities of the world. Las Vegas Office, A. SILEEB23B3, M'r. Albuquerque, J. E. KcCOWAN, Mgr. liipans Taljiiits: inr t-i iil liver. Tlie Odd Fellows meet tonight, linsiiiuf s Men's Association meets tonight. The A. (). U. W. meets tomorrow night. I' ino liotne male kettle lard at T. W. Ilayward's. Tonight's passenger trains are bul letined on time. M. H. Hart, the popular east Hide plumber, repor.s business rushing in his line. The ball given at the Lopez Hall on Saturday night last, for benefit of the West Side band was well patro lli.ed. A very interestinir outing article of a trip to the mountains was un avoidably crowded out today but will appear to...

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. — 16 August 1892

Mm Ay Ay Ay A3 A3 Ay Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Tuesday Evening, August 16. 1892. No. 217. LATE NEWS. GRSltAM DUN IKS IT. Thompson, Conn., Aug. 15. Jndgo Walter Q. Grethara and wife have been the guests of J. W. Doanc, of Thompson, Conn., since last Wcdnei-day. This afternoon Judge Groshani mad the statement to a re porter tint he would deliver no speeches during this campaign. He was questioned concerning the state ment given the press recently hy 'Chairman Tanbeneek, of the Peo ple1 party, at St. Louis, to the effect that he h:nl concluded to take the stump in the interests of the third party, and would make an opening speech at Indianapolis the latter part of t hi month, Taubeneck claiming to have received this information lrom Georgo C. Stoll, chairmin of the state central committee of In diana, to whom it was alleged Judge Gresham had written. The judge said the statement was made without authority, that he should rnako no political speeches durihg the campaign. Say. T...

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. — 16 August 1892

Las VegasFree Press An Evening Dallr. J. A. CARRVTH, PUBLISHER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Ykae fC.OO SixMfNTUS 3.00 Per Week 15 In advance. Filtered at the post office at Eaet L Vriras for trniDlMi(in a. liwnil clM mall matter. Tuesday, Aco. 10. 1W2. 1 Eepublicam Ticzet. For Prcnident of t!io United States BENJAMIN IIAKKISON, OK INDIANA. For Vice President of the United States, WIIITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. Al'ONO THE ECCKES. After roueh preparation, a parly of fourteen, consisting of men, women and children, started from Las Vegas at the early hour of 5 for a wetkV hunting ami filling, near the head waters of the Kio Pueldo. Soon the- quiet city was left behind and the dim but ever enlarging view of the mountains. One familiar ob ject remained in view for many miles, now near, now further away, but yet its baldness wan ever appa rent. Past the sight of the Montezuma, over the smooth road, viewing the adobe homes and giving vent to such expressions as the passing objects called forth. ...

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. — 16 August 1892

Las Vegas Fiee Press Tuesday, Acq. 16, 1892. RiFUBLiCAiT County Ccnventich. As the Republican Central Com- milteo of llio Territory lias called a Territorial convention to be held in Lns Vegas, N. M., on tbo 25th of August, 1802, to nominate a candi d.ite for delegate to congress, and as it is made tbo duty of the Republi can Central Committee of this coun ty to call a county convention to select thirteen delegates to represent this county in said convention, a convention for that purpose will be held at the court house in Las Ve ga, on the 24lh day of August, and each precinct is requested to send delegates thereto, according to the number allotted below. The prospects of our parly for suc cess in the coming campaign are good, and wo hopo for the co opera tion of all the Republicans in each precinct in making a solid and har monious organization, and being rep resented, and that a committee of three for each precinct will be named to woik under ti e direction of the county central ...

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. — 16 August 1892

. Las Vegas Free Press Tuesday, Aco. 16, 1892. (Nil And i.'t card with uir tions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf&Kline McCO WAN'S Railroad & Steamship Ticket Office With Wells, Fargo Co'i Eiprcss. Center Street, E. Las Vegas, N. II. Buys, Sells and Exchange8 I81' road and Steamship Tickets and Drafts on all the principal citieB of the world. Las Vegas Office, A. SlLBEBBZBO, M'r. Albuquerque, J. E. McCOWAN, Mgr. The A. O. U. W. meeU tonight. Iiipans Tabules : for torpid liver. The ban J meets for practice to night. Thj Oak restaurant sets the best tab o in town. ine home made kettle lard at T. W. II y ward'd. Tonight' passenger trains are bulletined on time. There are from 800 to 1,200 wa termelons in a car load. The fountain in the West Side paik is supplying the thirsty with agua pura. Don't forge the meeting of the Citizens club at the G. A. R. hall tonight. Rosenthal Bros, had their butd ness block photographed today, by T. Cipell, the city photographer. Some thief or th...

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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