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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 17 August 1892

V Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico Wednesday Evening, August 17. 1892. No. 218. FAVims Weaeens. This afternon Fred Faulkner sent over to Hon. L. C. Fort, tho district attorney who prosecuted and con victed him of the crime ho ia to be hung for and asked that ho might 'sv have an interview with him. Mr. Fort went over to the jail when Faulkner stated that what he want ed of him was to speak a few words to him and ask that Mr. Fort would forgive him for tho remarks he had made against him during tho trial; that he knew nothing against him and only talked as a bluff; that he had made his peace with God and hoped to also have tho forgiveness of others before ho died. He stated that he had been a very bad man all his life and could never be able to atone for his bad deeds. While not confessing to the Lannon murder, ho said the crime was a very heinous one. Mr. Fort says that Falkner has changed greatly since the trial, and instead of tho bluff and ewaager he carried during the trial, h...

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. — 17 August 1892

Las VegasFree Press An Erenlng Dally. J. A. OAKKUTH, XTTBIJSHXB. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Onk Year $6.00 Six .Months 3.00 Teh Week 15 In advance. Entered t tbe pott omce at Kt Lu Vcirm for trnnntnliwion second claw mail matter, Wednesday, Acq. 17, 1892. Republican Ticeet. For President of the United State BENJAMIN HARRISON, OK INDIANA. For Vice President of tlio United States, WIIITELAW REID, OK NEW YORK. Educational The further development of our educational institutions is a matter of great interest to all classes. Every good school in a city like this is an clement of strength and prosperity We love to attract citizens by the healthfulness of our climate. Tin may bring us a few invalids for a temporary stay, but nothing will act more powerfully in stimulating an increase of solid, intelligent, well-to- do citizenship than efficient and well maintained schools. It is one of the first inquiries made. It is a means of attracting wealth and numbers that no city can afford to ignore. With ...

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. — 17 August 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Wednesday, Aug. 17, 1892. Household mm The one thing which may be trust ed as a container for liquids, no mat ter how acid, is aluminum, v Biscuits may be given a golden brown color if they are moistened on top with milk just before baking, i mixture, consisting ot cqua proportions of chloroform and ether will at once remove grease spots from carpels. Kibbons placed between tissue paper and pressed will lose none of their luster, and will reappear as good as new. To test cheese press it with the finger tips. If it feels hard you may depend it is not right, whereas, when if pressing the rind, it is mellow to the touch, yet firm, the cheese will prove close grained and nutty. A disinfectant which combines cheapness with general worth is found in permanganate of potash. One ounce will make a bucketful of disinfectant. It is a crystal, and can be kept in this state until ready for use. Somebody says: You may make hoine3 enchantingly beautiful; hang them with picture...

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. — 17 August 1892

Las Vegas Fhee Press Wednesday, Acq. 17, 1892. Call and get card with direc Uoiib for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline McCO WAN'S Eailroad & Steamship Ticket Office With Wells, Fargo k Co's Express, Center Street, E. Las Vegas, N. M. Buys, Sells and Exchanges Rail road and Steamship Tickets and Drafts on all tho principal cities of the world. Las Vegas Office, A. SILBEBBES3, MY Albuquerque, J. E. McCOWAN, Mgr, Kipans Tabules : for torpid liver, The Oak restaurant sets the best table in town. fine homo made kettle lard at T, W. Ilayward's. Tonight's passenger trains are bulletined on time. Tho East Side band was out sere nadir.g last night. Tho boys play well for a band that has had so little practice. Professor Hand has received two grand pianos, one of which he will use at his recital at theTamme opera house on the 24th. There is a new electrician in town. Tom Daflin knows all about it. Weight not known yet but will be as soon as scales can bo procured. Two hundred and f...

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. — 18 August 1892

Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico Thursday Evening, August 18, 1892. No. 219. V x y LATE NEWS. SOUTUWERT SILVER MEN. El Paso, Aug. 15. The execu tive committee of tbo Southwest Silver convention today issued the call for the second annual conven tion to meet in this city Monday, De cember 2. As one reason for the call the committee says: Tbo silver industry is at this mo ment in a most critical condition. Mines are closing down and the fur ther exploration and development of the mineral resources of the south west have received a serious check. During the past twelve months tbo enemies of bimetallism bavo been so active that on the 12th of August silver reached the lowest figure in its history 8 2 J. The restoration of silver to its natural and traditional ratio value with gold, 16 to 1, is de manded. It will engage the attention of the second southwest silver convention and the attempted introduction of extraneous questions likely to breed discord among the assembled miners will b...

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. — 18 August 1892

Las VegasFree Press An Erenlng Daily. J. A. CAKBTJTH, PUBLISHER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Ykab... $6.00 SixMontiu 3.00 Per Week 15 In advance. Entered at tbo post oDlce at East Las Vegat for trnnnrnliumn tocond claaamall matter, Thursday, Acq. 18, 1892. EsmLEAlT TlCSET. For President of tlic United State BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. For Vice President of tho United States, WIIITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. Berlin has an organization known as "Tbo Association of Married Women for the Control of Hus bands." Married women in th country have no organization, but they get there just tho same. Chaves county will be properly represented at the World's fair. Tho county commissioners appropriated $500 for the purpose of making proper exhibit of tho resources am products of Chaves county at the great World's fair. A sub-committee recently appoint ed by the Columbian passenger com mittec, to consider various matters in connection with the railway arrange merits for the World's fair, held a meeting...

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. — 18 August 1892

v Las Vegas Fkee Press Thursday, Aug. 18, 1892. Growth o? Tnrosonr?. Call foe LzrraLiCAN contention. Among the passengers who arrived on the steamship, City of New York, on Saturday was Wm. O. Judge, the president of tho Theosophical socio ty, who attended tho London conven tion of tho European section of tho society. Mr. Judge said ho was much gratified at the result of tho convention. Tho Blavatsky lodgo in London now has 400 members, a five fold increase within thrco years. The growth of the society in Europe has been rapid. "I can say for Mrs. Annio Desant," said Mr. Judge, "that thero is no foundation for the story bIio had re conciled her differences of old and had gone back to tho church. She has delivered more than 300 lectures on theosophy in England during the last year. Mrs. Besant is doing great work at present among tho factory twirls of London, and has also founded a day nursery for children which is entirely free from sectarian or other distinctions or conditions. Thi...

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. — 18 August 1892

Las Vfoac1 Las Vegas Free Press Thursday, Aug. 18, 1892. Call and get card with dire0' lions for making A. I. Coffee of Graaf& Kline McCOWAN'S Railroad & Steamship Ticket Office With Wells, Fargo 4c Co's Express, Center Street, E. Las Vegas, N. K. Buys, Sells and Exchanges liail road and Steamship Tickets and Drafts on all the principal cities of the world. Las Vegas Offica, A. SILBSBBEE3, M'r. Albuquerque, J. It. McCOWAN, Mgr. Tiipans Tabules : for torpid liver. The Oak restaurant closed down this rooming. fine home made kettle lard at T. W. Hay ward's. Tonight's passenger trains are bulletined on time. Dids for painting the Baptist church were opened last night. The seats in Lincoln park are fully occupied these fine moonlight nights. Three wagon loads of plums, peaches and watermelons arrived to day from Pecos. The city council was not bluffed into buying the chemical fire ma chine last night. Because The first car load of bed-springs ever received in New Mexico was recei...

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. — 20 August 1892

r Jxei metis Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico Saturday Evening, August 20. 1892. No. 221. LATE NEWS. MEETING OF TUE NEW CABINET London, Aug. 19. The second meeting of the now cabinet was held today. After discussing the future Course of the government the meet ing broke up. The ministers will not meet till the end of October, un less something should occur. THE CHAMPION l'ACEK. Chicago, Au2. 19. The worlds pacing record went to smash today. Hall Pointer, the game son of Tom Hall, made the fastest'mile ever gone in harness. Time 2:05 J. The sulky had low wheels, ball bearings and pneumatic tires. Weight 62 pounds. WOULD NOT TAKE THE STRIKERS PLACES. Elmira, N. Y., Aug. 19. Sixty five new men were brought to Sayre this morning and put to work. Af ter working several hours they quit, saying that they would not take the Btrikers' place. Only one train was moved out of Sayre this morning. Coirma to tie coittzntioit. REFUSED TO TAKE HIS TRAIN OUT Detroit, Aug. 19. The great strike of th...

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. — 20 August 1892

Las VegasFree Press An Erenln g Dally. J. A. OARBXTTH. ymuiBHER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Ykae 10.00 Six Months 3.00 Per Week 15 In advance Entered t tbe pout office at East La Vega for tranomlMion at aecond claaa mall matter. Saturday, Aco. 20, 1892. For President of tlio Uniteil States BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. For Vice President of tlio United States, WIIITELAW REID, OF NEW YOKK. The merchant who tries to do busi ness without advertising is about as wise as the engineer who tries to run his engine without fire or water. The Republican kickers in Colora do have all quit their ioolishness and gone to work for Harrison with characteristic energy and determina tion, but the Democratic hostility to Cleveland has not been and is not likely to be placated. In the old world the glass age seems to have come in. The rajah of Indore, who likes showy things, has had made a furniture set all of glass glass bedsteads and chairs, huge glass sideboards and other arti cles of domestic use. "B...

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. — 20 August 1892

Las Vegas Fkee Press Saturdat, Aug. 20, 1892. HOUSIHOLO NOTTS. Curtain poles are now being pro duced in the palest and Boftest of hues, such as old pink, cream and olive shades. Clear, strong coffee or tea, sweet ened to taste and frozen to a soft mush, is a delicious frozen beverage. Beef-tea, toast-water, oat-mcal-wa-ter, milk and other liquid nourish ments taken by invalids, may often bo made more acceptable if frozen pretty hard and (given in small quan tities. Aside from the beneficial ef fect of cooling food in fevers, the advantage of resolving into leas bulk when in the stomach is not to bo overlooked; while the novelty of the preparation will sometimes surprise the invalid into a pleasurable sensa tion. For plain vegetable soup, boil a soup bone the day before the soup is wanted, as the fat rises to the top when cool and can bo taken off. It is not easy to remove the fat from warm liquid, and no amount of nice condiment can make up for a greasy soup. This liquor or "stock"'...

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. — 20 August 1892

Las Vegas Fkee Press Saturdat, Aco. 20, 1892. Graaf& Kline GROCERS, Sixth St. McCO WAN'S Hailroad & Steamship Ticket Oppice Wltb Wells, Kanro k Co's Express, Center Street, E. Las Vegas, N. M. IJuys, Sells and Exchanges Kail roaJ and Steamship Tickets and Drafts on all the principal cities of tho world. Las Vegas Office, A. SLL2S&SE&3, M'r. Albuquerque, J. E. McCOWAN, Mgr. SONS or TEE C ACTUATE. I am a candidate, Tbc mighty Ship of State, You toe, needs mighty careful steering now, I am modest man, Hut better stccrsmun than Your bumble servant neverturned a prow. n. The people sigh for me, Althougb, of course, they see How shy and bow retiring-1 am . They won't me alone. Although I frankly own Fur office 1 don't give a tinker's dam. in. So I'm a candidate. Publicity I hate; But here I am before you, as you see, Mora certain every minute Tbat the other chaps ain't In It And, by-tbo-way, I bopo you'll voto for me. Bom crvllle Journal. Ripans Tabulcs : for torpid liver....

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. — 22 August 1892

HL)K Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico Monday Evening, August 22, 1892. No. 222. F 1 A A5 h$ LATE NEWS. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Kansas City, Aug. 21. Arrange ments were all completed today for the entertainment of the supremo lodge of the world of the Knights of Pythias, which meets in annual ses sion here next Wednesday, and for the encampment of the Pythian uni formed ranks, which goes into camp on the same day. Everything that could be done for the 'comfort and pleasure of the Knights has been done, and when they get here they will find profuse decorations, em blematic of the weloome which Kan sas City extends to her visitors and reception committees to express the welcome and to guide the Knights to their places of temporary abode. It is expected the crowd will be enormous. at the old homestead. Ceoarvillk, O., Aug. 21. White law Re id, accompanied by Mrs. Reid and C. W. Tison," Mr. Reid's secreta ry, arrived here at 10:30 this morn ing on account of delay in the train from Chicago...

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. — 22 August 1892

Las VegasFree Press An Evening Daily. J. A. OARRUTH, PT7BZJSHXB. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Onk Ykib fC.OO Six Month 3.00 Pkr Week 15 In advance. Entered at the poet office at Eat Lai Vet for traniinilMion at second claH mall matter. Monday, Acc. 22, 1892. and damnable violation of the law in such cases mado and provided lie was fined ten dollars and sent to the rock pile to work out the amount. Politics in tss South. Republican Ticszt. For PrcMdent of the United States DEN J AM IN IIAHIIISON, OK INIHANA. For Vice President of the United States, WIIITELAW REID, OK NKW Y011K. Candidate Cleveland is a man who always takes care of his health. lie was exposed to a draft in the early days of the war, hut escaped anv evil consequences by hiring a substitute. It is now about time for the man who has hard work to keep his fam ily supplied with bread and butter to "blow in" a week's wages for a tin hat and an oil cloth cape and to save the country by carrying a tin torch and hoorainfr for the candi...

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. — 22 August 1892

Las Vegas Fk ee Press I Calt wa BsrraucAH convention. Mondat, Aco. 22, 1892. TERRITORIAL. "ho Blossburg publio school opened on Monday, August 5, with IlDyns. Republican Central ) Committer of N. M., V Santa Fk, N. M., Aug. 5, 1802. ) A convention of the Republican party of New Mexico is hereby called to meet at .Las V egas, N. M., on the 25th day of August. 1892. at 11 Ard. S. Blackford as principal and date for delegate to renrosont the Miss Lizzie Boardinan, of Las Vegas, territory in the 53d congress ot the and Miss Brokaw. of Albuaueraue. United Mates as assistants i'rai counties oi uiu tern j lory are entitled to representation as nt wilier works, uig military i lollOWH post, the American Health Resort berntlillo 14 sanitarium, Treat Activitv in S.inl.a Collax 5 Fo count v minpH ami fruit ithinmpntfi ir'y. ' ' l.innnln O aggregating 100,000 a year truly liio Arr:b, !'!!!. !io Santa Fo is strictly in it at the pros- San Miguel 13 ent writing. New Mexican. Die Standard company, ...

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. — 22 August 1892

aas Vegas Fkee Press Monday, Auo. 22, 1892. PERSONAL. Gracie llosebcrry is on the (tick list. Graaf& Kline GROCERS, SIXTH ST. McCO WAN'S Hailrcad & Steamship Ticket Office With Well. Knnro 4 t'o'i KxpreM, Center Street, E. Las Vegas, N. M. Huys, Sella and Exchanges Rail an.l Ktemnshin Tickets and Drafts on all the principal cities ol the world. Las Vegas Office, A. SOBSBBEM, U'r. Albuquerque, J. B. ilecuw an, wgr, Uipans Tabnles: for toipid liver. Odd Fellow meet tonight. The churches were well attended yesteiday. How much over 17 feet was that trout, Will? 1- ine home made kettle lard at T. W. I lay ward's. Tonight's passenger trains are bulletined on time. The Tree Coinage Mining j.any meets tonight. The force of despatches at the depot has been reduced. Kight eight guests registered at the Montezuma yesterday. The postoflice news stand will be managed by Lutz & Higgins. 1 C. Hogsett and family and Mrs. Wise have returned from Salt Lake City. Some of the picniceis at t...

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. — 23 August 1892

Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Tuesday Evening, August 23, 1892. No. 223. -V LATE NEWS. BOILEU KXri.OSION. Meupuis, Tenn., Aug. 22. While an engine was pulling a heavy load of freight for the Iron Mountain, near the bridge yesterday, her boiler exploded and Engineer J. A. Iilun derfield was thrown through the air 100 feet and instantly killed; Fire man Robert Prater was torn to atoms and the engino demolished. FELL DOWN A BUAFT. White Oaks, N. M. Aug. 22. A serious accident, which fortunately will not result fatally, occurred this morning at the Lady Godiva mine. It seems that Tom Barker, a miner, in some manner while closing; a trap door over a shaft, lost his balance and fell, head first, a distance of 80 feet. The shaft is an incline, and going down Barker turned complete ly over, landing on his feet. Ho was at once removed to Brothers' hotel, where, upon examination, it was found that though badly shaken up, cut and bruised, no bones were found to bo broken, and his injurie...

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. — 23 August 1892

Las VegasFree Press An Craning Dally. J. A. OAKBUTH, PTTBU8HEB. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Onb Ykak fO.OO Six Months 3.00 Per Wkkk 15 In advance. Entered Kt the pt odlce at East Im Veiraa for trannmlMion ai accond claaa mail matter. Tuesday, Aru. 23, 1892. BSPUELICAH Ticsn. For President of the United States BENJAMIN 1IAUHISON, OF INDIANA. For Vice President of tho United States, WIIITELAW RKID, OF NEW YOKK. m Manitou is to have a 1,000,000 hotel. Many people here think that a $100,000 hotel is too largo for Las Vegas but it will not be at all too largo by the time it is built as we .tiall tiooil a ciiod 'sized one before long. It was dceided last night by tho committee having the matter in charge not to give the dance at the Springs that was intended, as under the circumstances'jt was found to be impracticable. There will, however, be speaking at the opera house in the evening, in its stead, by the bestora tors in tho territory. Tho Republican party stands for the principle of protection....

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. — 23 August 1892

Las Vegas FkEE Press Tuesday, Acq. 23, 1892. Old Tikes. Things are changed some from what they used to be 40 or 60 years ago, ain t they? In them days a man wasn t etcr nally and socially damned because lie happened to leave his teaspoon in bis coffee cup, was he? We didn'tzuse to think we must have oil with tomatoes and cucum bers.ud that a taste for olives must be acquired to move in good society did we? We didn't use to have to take les sons on "How to use the finger bowl gracefully" back in the forties, did we? We used to sweat, instead of per spire, fifty years ago. They would put up a yellow flag on a man s house that said he was "sweating" these days, wouldn't they? .The women didn't have a bonnet for every gown fifty years ago, and you can bet they didn't feed silk dresses to tho hogs in them days, did they, captain? You didn't have to give your wife six weeks notice when you wanted to bring a neighbor in to dinner in them days, and your company didn't use to figure up how m...

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. — 23 August 1892

Las Vegas Fkee Press Tcesdat, Aco. 23, 1892. Graaf&Klink GROCERS, Shzhzts: St. McCO WAN'S r.ailroad & Steamship Ticket Office With Wells, Fanro k Co's Express, Center Street, E. Las Vegas, XT. M. ISuyn. Sells and Exchanges Rail road and Steamship Ticket and Drafts on all the principal cities of the world. Las Vegas Office, A. SiLSSMEES, M'r. Albuquerque, J. 2. McCOWAlT, Mgr. Ripans Taluks: fir torpid liver. New sidewalks are the order of the day. i' ino home made kettle lard at T. W. Hayward's. Qnarterly meeting at the First M. E. church tonight. Tonight's passenger trains are bulletined on time. " The Presbyterians contemplate painting their church. The county convention tomorrow will meet at the county court house at 2 p. m. Fresh oysters in every style at Sludebakcr & Munich's, opposite San Miguel bank. Don't forget the fourteenth public recital by the pupils of John A. Hand at the opera house tomorrow night. Admission 25c. Fred Maestas, who was discharged by Ike Adam...

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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