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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 5 September 1892

CVT? v' y i r " i f t J v' M i ii M !! f, 77 V, j m A A i 1 ; A 9 A? fun h il Vol. I. East La.3 Vcm, Now Mexico, Monday Evening, September 5. 1002 No. 234. ' . T. . .., - ". Uu A.J AW Miiv jU.--.. W i'.'p (lie following from the editorial columns of tlic Albmpienpio Democrat of September 4lli: 'l.a Vegas and El Paso ("Tin to lc at outs about, tlio short lino be tween thorp, p. inti. flic former city lias a filii'od ides tbr.t tlio only way to got tho road is to work for it, liilo I'.l Pao, by minin strange in fatuation, imagine that Jay (rould wiii take a hand in it and savo tli' in any trouble nn.l oxpeno on th;t ac count, Mr. (lou'd's liltlo gt.iy of a few weeks in Ml Pas.) Kiddy for the 1 cd' Ii t of hi health, It ai apparently tropcl prr1 T".?rvclo'i! hr-pc? in the El Paso breast, which tliofo on tlio outsido and not under the wizard's spell understand perfectly well will never bo realized, and our advico to El Paso, if ho wants tlio road, is to go tO work ntd b 1T prl to tMt en...

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 September 1892

Las VkgasFrf.i: Press An Erentng Pallv. j. a. CARRTjrn, ruBuiHEn. EUBXRIPTION RATES: Onk Year fl.OO Six M''!tiii 8-00 Pkk Vntn 15 In advnnro. for lmnralMiifin wi'sind pIhm mall miller. Mnoat, Skit. 5, 1S92. r of h ') to lr. TliO (flTrv.iy.Tl are lool ins tlio matter over and in No- vember there will be A clinqo in favor f an "economical"' il ni niwl ra tion that will economise. Goss Military Institute. A li.'irt.in .1 n-1ioil fcr tho hi-'her education of t ! i o fov. The nuni l-"r of I'oirili ng 'aMi ( received limited to fQ. A Cultured I Some f r your buy. De r !" incut of clim.vter .1 ( ialty. Physical Culture, Moie), Oratory and Shoi -thand are nulu'bd in tlio regular coiimo f study. Specialists employed. A largo Cavipns v 1 . n 1 1 1 will) fruit and shade trees. Artesian water. Hot ami Cold Paths. Health nnsur- (. .Altitude 4,000 feet above pi n level. Send f.r Catalogue. cox,, hod't a. cczz, a. i.x. t Tin: Inim-lr-im En:! L:::r. For Pn sid. nt of tho United Slat?s p.fnjamin hap...

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 September 1892

t.r, VY.gas Fki;k Press M-nihv, Skit. ,1, l-c.y2. ..)...... .j A. J iAu.ui, III 1ui- new ami mipctbly illustra te! u.-.ik a nnlilo (.'liriiit.iin woman ti the thrilling nhiry of li or per "!,, i.l rp 'lifiic? in ik1, temper nnce, 1 1 1 i i 1 1 1 , and ri'Tno woikin a gnat i ;!y. No recent iil .1 icatiun i in A' comm indiny; so much attention nor l.ii any other called forlh rm h rmi;' word "of (Jod-cpeed" from i r i n i r-4 ami eminent women. It i ii prco bed about from fa n. .,!;, rf'l Vy tt:i rf th."'t hiii l-i of riili ri!n is, and mado the Fiil j.M 1 uf many a ( !ci -gy iuiii'h Sun day evening !e ture. It ulhninhip ' " is foi.i fill. I, iu four Million bemo; no loi than: Mr. Melon Campbell, K v. Lyman Abbott, I). P., Col. 1'lioin.i -s Vv'. Knox, ami Inspector Tliotm.s 11 riu Chief of the New Vmk Pi Ici 'ivi' lluroiii, Mr". C.irv;-1".'!!, th print"'?.! writer, certainly was a woman com- llli-"MlVlcd of ;!, and "Ill Hi Name" apent many year ah a city missionary literally "In Darkes...

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 September 1892

j-as Vegas Fkek Prf.ss Monday, FF.rr. 5, 18:2. Graaf & Kline GROCERS, liiana Tnbnloi : fir torpid liver. The school board meet tonight. Tlio Odd Fellow nn ct tonight. The public fchool opened thin morning with a very good attend ance. lingular meeting of It. A. Chatcr tonight. r ino home made, kettlo lard at T. W. Howard'. Th I'nion meeting t tlio M. E. church last night waa well attended. Machine (til and machine needlet at Mr. M. J. Wood. Iw The Union League meeting to morrow night will bo a very imjior tant ono and every member ahould attend. Dentistry at eastern price; ex tracting, 60c; filling, 1.00. Office at Mr. I Icrjiog'. . Tho Democrat have a club meet ing to night at fi. A. ll. hall. Dr. Gould will electrify the audience. . Tho cattlo that were roaming tho hill in a famished condition this spring, aro now rolling in fat. The gran i excellent all over the terri tory. Tho Germania hall 1 for rent for Wf dding, sociables, dance, etc. In cjuiro at Flcck'a CaHino, Railroad...

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 September 1892

U k Q V 7 it - i An -J I V (j, i A .A i IV M "t -,:U M. n VHTl I j 1 1 ' . ' " u u V Vol. I. East Ln.3 Vegas, How Mexico, Tuesday Evening, September G. 1002 No. 205. LATE NEWS. iiakrihoh aw errs. Wasihnotov, Sept. 0. President Harrison ha mada pubHc r-'s letter of acceptance, which is dated Sep tcnibi r 3. ARKANSAS Kr.R(TrO!. Pink Hi,i ffs, Sept. 6. Tho elec tion in panning off very quietly and very slowly here. Under the new law only five minutes are allowed for Tdiing, ami an the sverago citizen can not, prepare hid ballot in that time, the aggregate vote will ho greatly diminished. This county ,,T.. , I r, . , 1 1 , hut owing to tho difficulty tho ne groes have in pnpaihig the Austra lian ballot, thin majority will be largely red need, and Home even think tho Democrat will carry the county, TLo news from ether coantica to inrU'etith round 1 iov hot i ,i. , it I, i i.t",.;"i ii.H. i uiiy mown, iiotu nu n t'liiulied, now sparring for iud, Man hit hard w ith loft in neck, Hilly swin...

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 September 1892

Las VkgasFree Press An Evnlng PsSlr. J. a. c AHRt7Tli, rtrt usher. SUICCRIPTION HATES: Out Yrim fO.OO Sit MoffTHi 3. 00 Tkr Wuriti 15 In advance. Knl. d at tM P"t - ( F.l I Vit for trDm(Mion t m-omxl cIam mall matter. ' Tt"Rf pat, Seit. 0, 1892. For President of tlio United Sta'.es KKNJAMIN HARRISON, or IMHiK. For Vice President of the United States, WHITELAW REID, or KIW YOHK. For Delegate to Congress, THOMAS II. CATRON, or SiSTA FK. An actress named llrown has be gun to Kjcll it "Uroughne." It it greed all around that this tales every rake in sight. Information has been given out that m order that Mrs. Rotter Palmer will bit the nail when driving the last nail in the woman's building at the World's fair, two nails will be used 4nd she will bo instructed to aim at the wrong one. The entire packing interests of the widely known Amvur family, repre senting a capital of 450,000,000, will be harmoniously united on the 1st day of rieit October. Under the new order of things many expendi...

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 September 1892

Las V r.GAn Fki r. Vv.izz .v Tu -tav, .'rrr. 0, J?9:. It will lt riidonvorod lifrn lo pive iliri i lioni for tlio mixing and li iking of t nko which, if ijirrfuily f iliat e 1, w iM i" fvcrj instance givo perfect r suits. I'u'Iy tut much, p;ys (... Icy, (L'j'cnili iij nn tiin I sViiiiT ai ii on lli ti miking. The tire i-hou'd be mod rr"ite and feifiirient to lt through tlio fnliro lk 5 nfTj. Practice alone w ill tea. h w!..it a nio.1rr.il o or a fclow ovon moan. For larjjn or rich cakes tlio ovon ahc-iibl bn r(her alow. If too hot tlioy will brown be foul ;ivi n n thanco to rise. 'I'll i II cake, ri 'jiiiro a lint oven; cake mi le with molasses a moderate ovon, rs they burn easily, t'aro sliould be Uck not lo isr ths eats !:! if i baking. Hun a ililT broom nj'lint in tin renter of tlio rako, ami if it conic out clean Arid dry, the cake IK done.' Have everything ready before be fimiin to work, pan buttered ami pipere.l. Hour dried and gifted, the fire just right, etc. Tlio flour in i...

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 September 1892

r Las Vf.gas Fuke Press TinsruT, fsrr. fl, 1S32. Graaf& Kline GROCERS, Uipant Tabulcsr for torpid liver. Hand meet lor practice tonight. Attend the Union League tonight. Sorosi met with Mis Lucy Stone last night. Tonight' passenger trains will r me on time. t ine home made kettle lard at T. W. Hajward'a. Now that she ha gone, what wiil he do, poor fellow? There will be a whist partjr at Mra. R F. Hardy'a tonight. Machine oil and machino needle at Mr. M. J. Wood. lw The county cotnmiHsioner and the probate court were in tension to day. Fifteen car of cattle paused through from Grants,on the A. fc P., this morning. Thirty member were enrolled in the Spring Union League at their meeting last night. The meeting of the Union League tonight wiil be an interesting one and every member should attend. It i aid that Sarah Bernhardt by descent i half French and halt Dutch. Perhaps that account for the fight always going on. Dentistry at eastern price; ex tracting, 60c; fillings, 1.00. Offi...

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. — 7 September 1892

u T fi ij Vol. I. East Laa Vegaa, New Mexico, Wednosday Evening:, September 7, 1002 No. 230. LATE NEWS. return, They Honor III U.KTINS OF THK FIOHT. Nkw Ohi.kano, Sept. 0. First Hound, 9:lf j). m. Uoth nieu iiocl'm rr each other. Dixon got ill left on Skelly'a fare. Skelly pot in light on Dixon and they clinched. Tlio referee makes them break; Dix on rushes Uim, misses him with light win, they both swin and miss and clinch very hard. Dixon swings loft on Skelly'a eyo without both men cautious and smile hoth land light on breast about even. Second Hound They both clinch, Dixon leads with right, Skelly jumps away, Dixon awing left hard on Skcily's stomach which makes him wince; Dixon awinga on ribs, Skelly catches him hard in neck. Dixon is fighting like, a tiger, swings both right uud left on Skelly'a stomach, latter lands hard on Dixon's neck, both men lighting bard, first-class for Dixon. Dixon bad tho best of the round. Third Hound Dixon swings right on Skelly'a jaw and knocks him...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 7 September 1892

Las VegasFree Press An F.Tnlng Dully. 1. A. CARRUTH, PUBLISHER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Osr Yiir tO. 00 Six Month 3.00 I'kr Wiic 15 In advance i 1lrrd lit th pott nfflr at Kurt l Vriri f t.nntnilMn toniod clua mail mlr. Wki.xekoat, Skit. 7, 1892. For President of the United States IlKKJAMIN HARRISON, or iNbuxA. For Vico President of the United States, WIIITELAW REID, or Ntff YOBK. For Delegate to Congress, THOMAS IK CATRON, or ha mt a ri. Beautiful thing those palatial apartments on wheels in which the prise-fighters go to New Orleans. A freight car will, however, be good enough for the defeated man to come back in. The Kansas Alliance had 85,000 members two yjars ago, and les tl an 8,000 of them now remain in L'ood standi ntr. Tliia shows what bountiful crops and McKinley prices have done for the amelioration of agricultural light headedness in that state. The Asiatic cholera first made its appearance in the United States in 1833, and then days of fasting were appointed throughout the ...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 7 September 1892

-1 -as Vegas Free Press V'rimiav, Sfi't. 7, 1SD2. I'dlmpi ilio most cri'nal button nro in leather, ilewignod to go along with the leather trimmings wbieh fire in fashion. . A pair of fair arm never look fairer thin when brought into eon tai X with viv"nl red sleeves, banded with rol!n of black velvet. Tiio newest ribbon nro utritied lengthw ise by weaving, one half the width being woven like gros grain, tho other half in e.ititi twilU. Vi'hvn sleeves droop too suddenly from tho aimhole to bo becoming thoy are caught up half high with bow of ribbon or clue with fanciful pins of (diver, gilt or rnnil. I'ur aiid feathers will bo quite a much worn as heretolore, and at 11 nvkiit) 1 1 in i it 1 1 1 i iimt iv piaitvu lace, bias fi!k fringo and made up into roso millings, an well an 1ait ings o( pinki.'d'Oul cloth, will be used. Violet colored rough atraw hat for the deminenson arc low-crowned with projecting brim, and are trimmed with many loops of baby rib'-oll ill violet h1i.1,-Mi with ...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 7 September 1892

Las Vegas Fkee Press Wiunksdat, Sept. 7, 1802. GraafSc Kline GROCERS, Sizth St. Ttipnm Tannic : for torpid liver. There' a Sampaon in town. Prayer meeting at all the churched to night. To-night'1 paHHcngcr train are bulletined on time. Don't foiget the dance to-morrow night at the K. of P. Hall. Rosenthal Dro. have just recciyed a car lo!l of fine furniture. The 8-yearold aon of Mac nor a Tofoya diod yotcrday at upper town. Machine oil and machine ncedlea at Mm. M. J. Wood. Iw Mr. Miguel Romero died thi af ternoon at her residence on Seventh at reel. Six hundred dollar i the sum re ceived for poll tax from the East SSide citizen up to thi morning. DentUtry at eastern price; ex tracting, 50c; filling, $1.00. Office nt Mr. Herzog'. Tho infant daughter of Mr. Soehnchen died yesterday morning, and was buried at the Wert Side cemetery in the afternoon. Tho proprietors oflhe Kentucky hardware house will be kept buay tonight taking and giving the account of the Sullivan and Corbctt fight b...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 8 September 1892

Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Thursday Evening, September 0, 1802 No. 237. LATE NEWS. St'M.IVAN-CORnKTT. New Oni.KANS('pt. 7. (We give tlio lant few round of the Snllivan fight, as follows.) (Sixteenth Roui.d Corhclt jabbed Sully hard in the neck; Hparring; Sully landed left on Corbett' breant; thry exchange left handem; Sully nwing-i rii;bi, Corbett duekn away; Coibttt jabbed Sully in the noe and followed it up with left in Sully' Btomaeh; Corbett now nggrcumve; they exchange hard blows and clinch; Sully lands on Jim's neck; honors cany. S"ventoetb Hound Corbett firttt up to the center; Sully awing left on Coi belt's neck light; both men very anxiou; Sully landed good left on Corbett'a body without return; Corbett seems the freshest, Sully breattrnjj hard; Corbett neatly avoid ed :i left on face; Corbett jabbed Sully in mouth, following it with a heavy left on Sully's stomach; they exchmigo light lefts. The gong nounded as they were sparring. Eighteenth Hound Corbett comet li...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 8 September 1892

Las VegasFree Press An Evening Dally. J. A. CARRTJTH, PUBLISHER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On it Yeah..., $6.00 Si iMf.NTin 3.00 I'm Vfrrn 15 In advance. Kntirrd lit the pout ofS- at Ent Vtfl f"W lrimln -cm1 clw mll muttrr. Tiiiuxi.at, Skit. 8, 1892. For Pr Vnlcnt cf tlx United State BENJAMIN HAMUSON, Or INDIANA. For Vice President of tlio Uniti'l States, WHITEI.AW ItEII), OK NKW TOKK. For DelojirUo to Congress, THOMAS B. CATRON, OK SANTA KK. Yesterday was a big tl:y for poll taxes licrc. East Las Vega will cant about ns heavy a voto an usni.1, liii t that it not an many an should bo cant by the city. The new water ami irrigation com pany in considering plans for the purchase of Home twenty miles of j.ije ranging in diameter from eight to fourteen inches. Santa Fc New Mexican. Felix Marlines, San Miguel leader, boasts that ho carried the votes of that county in bin pocket; quite a commentary that on tho intelligent citizen of the city of Las Vega. New Mexican. The Demo-Pep at their meetin...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 8 September 1892

as Vegas Ficee Press TittK-DAr, Skit. 8, 1892. Fam A3 E:st. A noted medical authority of Philadelphia given the following text of the medical action of various fruits. He nay, however, that no cdiMo fruit linn a strict medicinal cf feet, hut operates by asitiHting the natural tendencies of tho nyHtem. Under the category cf laxative, or Bngcs, fig1", tamarinds, prunes, mul berries, dates, nectarines and plums may he included; pomegranates, ciaiiljt riie.-, blackberries, sumach berries, dewhi-rries, raxjiberrics, bar berries, quinces, pears, wild cherries ami medlars are astringent; grapes, peaches, strawberries, whortleberries, prickly pears, black currants and melon needs are diuretics; gooseber . i i .. kins and melons are refrigerants, and lemons, limes and apple are frige r ants and slomachio sedatives. Taken early in the morning, an orangy acts very dicidedly as a lax alive, sometimes amounting to a purgative, and may generally bo re lied on. Pomegranates aro very re- stringent,...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 8 September 1892

Las Vegac Free Press Tmcrxdat, Ski-t. 8, 1S92. Graaf& Kline GROCERS, s: TX-X ST. Tln K.ieterri Star meets to-night. Don't forget tli Jewish ball to night. Don't l t another man's mowon a sure thing. Tlio Building and Loan associa tion meets tonight. There was a salvation soldier in town this morning. Now in tlio timo to put up your money on George Fuller's rarer. The man who bet 30 to a new bat on Sullivan ban been extinguished. No. 3, tonight's passenger train, ia 8 bourn, and No. 1 in 0 hour late. Machine oil and machine needles at Mrs. M. J. Woods, lw It in said that :i gentleman at tlie l'laza hotel lost $400 on hi favorite, Sullivan. Dentistry at eastern price; ex tractiiiL'. 50e: filliiiL'. tl.00. Office at Mr. Ihrzog's. It it wan not for the lack of capital there would liavo been much more betting done laid night. Mr. F. H. Spears, tho fashionable dressmaker and milliner, returned from New York lat night. A gentleman says he ha no money to bet on lights or election, but p...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 9 September 1892

y Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Friday Evening, September 0. 1892 No. 230. LATE NEWS. coi,onno RKrvni.ir9. Ft Kltl.O, Sept. 8. JlldgO J. C. Helm wa nominated for governor ly tl M.Tte Kcpuhliean convention. J. M. Downing, of Aspen, get the Juvt'-n nit govermdiip nomination, niil It'.. ,f. Alton renominated seore ' ii v of tale. I.AMI'I.IOIITKIl WO. Srr:iTiiKAi 15a v, Sept. 8. Lnitip ligliter on tlio I'.ndge handicap, dis tfinro, mile and hail, lor iio,00o. Fidrlo, second, Azra, third. Time, 2:".:; 5. The Sea and Sound stakes vri won by Morcllo. Wormscr, sre ond, find F.nglo Uird, third. THK 1IANNKR 1AY. Homkktkap, Sept. 8. The firms slat that yesterday wai their banner day in tho operatic n of the mill un der it new hand, that tlio tonnage wan larger and the product more satisfactory. The advisory commit tee thin afternoon mated that after an investigation it was able to din W. C. Forlci field, scoictaiy of the Territorial Hoard of l'hm niacy, of Silver City, send word that tli...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 9 September 1892

Las VkgasFrec Press An Eranlng Daily. J. A. OARRXmi, PUBLI8HKR. SUDXRIPTION RATES: Omit Ykau fG.OO Six Months 3.00 Irn Wkk 15 In advance. Kiiterrd lit the inut ort at Fat m Xrwi for IrniKinlHinn od claM mill mailer. Fkidat, Skit. 1892. Tex Taiixi Tus:;id. For Prealdent of tlic United State hf.njamin iiaruison, OP INDIANA. For Vice President of tlio United States, W1IITELAW ItKID, or SEW VOHK. For IK-lejjate to Congress, THOMAS H. CATHON, OK KANT A FK. A foreign newspaper in experi menting with type made out of glass, with gratifying results. Wlien glass come into p-ner.il use printers will be able, to see through dome of the article they are compelled to print. It looks an though the old ong, "Not for Joe, oh, di'ar no," would ap ply to Antonio JoHcph thin fall. With l'JOO vote lost ax ho acknowl-t-dp-s himself in Kin Arriba and Taos counties, he will have, hard work to make, a respectable. Knowing, let alone he elected. Tte Republican territorial conven tion has nominated Thomas 15...

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

l.as Vegas Free Press Eripat, Sept. !, 1892. Ed Henry ami M. Raker, of Ft. Louis, paid Watrous. a visit ycnter day. Dr. Prinj; w?ntto Wngon Mound this morning on professional business. Harry Rico, tho bom carpenter, has taken a contract for erecting a tCw.T ball. C JMr. Otto Lsngo returned from Wagon Mound, whe-ro electionecri.ig Lusir.i..i occupied lii piro time. II. 1). Reinket) ia having extensive improvements made to his store, which will not only beautify it ap pearance, but aiM greatly to it ca pa.:ity. Senator J. L. Matt and family re tnrpml from Old Mexico Iait week. Tlio senator speak very highly of the country an J contemplati's, in the near future, locating there. Al ready he own many acre in tho re public. Our highly respected and es teemed justice of peace met with a ev re accident, the wheels of a wagon parting over him. Under the care of Dr. I'ring he i daily improv ing, and will, wo hope, be able to ro Hiiino hi dutie. Rev. Hyde preached here last week, and with hi u...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 9 September 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Fkidat, Seit. 1 1S92. Graaf &c Kline GROCERS, Sizz-rri-i St. rEHSCHAL. Among the young ladies in Las Vftr.m who deserve fi i ci:il mention John Dol.crty is over from Mora. M)(1 w,0 nhoM m.,.iu. tj,e P,1(,onr. Mm. ISeobo left for Chicago 'hi I agement at ell as tho nyniAtliy of morning. I tin community is IM i .Mmnte ret- Miss M. ItncUr left for Walrous ers, whose mother, tho wife of Mi guel Itomero, lias just died, Those living near speak of her devotion to her mother as worthy of the greatest praise. In tho huinhle walkr, of life, from week to week, during long months of painful f iilfoi'.ntr, this young lady, almost eh me, has w atch ed and worked and discharged her duty and now that the end has come, she should receive from this com In thoIltr1, tC.irt, Comity of Mnn 0( -tn'ier I nil, A. i. I" ':. Territory of New MnU-o I No lli7 No lli7. 1 IVtit Tin this morning. John Carroll, Gross fc Llarkwell's sheep man, is in town. Mrs. Noyes closes up her millinery...

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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