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Las Vegas FreeJPress
Saturday, Jan. 2, 1S92.
A happy New Year, and thanking
you, one and all, for your kind pat
ronage for the past year, 1891, we
are yours truly, .
The Presbyterian choir meets at
the church to-night at 8 o'clock.
Passenger train No. 3 will arrive
at 0 p. m., No. 1 ten minutes later.
The schools all open up again on
Monday, or, as one teacher puts it,
trouble begins again.
The Albuquerque Democrat issued
four extra pages yesterday morning
of a review of thu past year.
Show cases, desk tables, oil paint
ings, organ, music boxes, and other
goods must be sold regardless of
price. A. Isaac.
The new time table which goes
ilto effect to-morrow makes no
change in the running of passenger
trains at this place.
An elegant 110,000 store building
will be erected on the West Side
this spring by some of our enterpris
ing citizens. It will bo in a conspic
Subscribers should put up boxes
o insure proper delivery of their pa
ders. Any failure on the part of
carriers to promptly deliver papers
should be reported at this onice.
The funeral of Antonio Nolan
took place this afternoon from the
West Side Catholic church. The St.
Joseph's band played and marched
at the head of the procession. Judg
ing Irom the number of people who
attended the funeral Antonio Nolan
A sale of lots was made the other
day to a party who intends to put up
a neat hotel of the cost of about
$8,000 to accommodate more par"
ticularly those who are invalids and
want extra attention. The agitation
of a good hotel and sanitarium is
thus doing good already.
The commercial review of the
tiwn given by the Albuquerque
papers does not tally. The Citizen
claimed a million dollars of building
has been done the past year, and the
Democrat puts it at three-fourths of
a million. One gives their Commer
cial club building at $05,000 and the
other at $55,000. Better revise
Nuts, Nlts, Ni:ts.
Three pounds for 50 cents. J. E1
llhodes, Postoflico building.
CUE AM CANDIES,
Are just in at
HOFMEISTER & DEfflMER.
The first meeting of the Mutuai
Fish and (J.uiiu Protective associa
tion will be hold in Las Vegas be
twted the 10th and 20lli of April,
1892. The following gentlemen ar e
the officers: President, T. Crispell,
La Vegas; Vice-President, Chas. C.
Bahney, Sicoiro; Treasurer, A. M.
Codington, Albuquerque; Secretary,
C. P. Hill, Albuquerque. We under
stand there is to bo a grand territorial
tournament at the meeting. It. will
probably take place on the base ball
grounds. The gun clubs of Texas
and Arizona will take part.
One young gentleman here has
adopted the following constitution
and by-laws for this year. The re
port as to how well he keeps them
will be made later on:
I resolve the coining year that I
will not drink any unless I aiu
That if I can not find a man after
my own heart, I will seek a woman.
That I will let people miud their
own business and will assist them all
That I will agreo to obey my supe
riors if I have any.
That I will send my next spring
poem to the editor instead of tak
That I will get married this year
if the girl I want will ask roe.
Don't leave your lady partner to
speak to a gentleman and forget her.
Don't stop in the middle of a waltz
and interrupt other waltzers.
Don't bow to your partner as
though it was :o much trouble.
Don't point jour finger at a clumsy
dancer in public.
Don't bump or collide with the
Don't sit on the chairs intended
for the tired dancers when you are
only a wallflower.
Lima List No. 52.
The following list cf letter remain uncalled
for In tbe postoflico nt East La Vpjran, N. M.,
for the week ending- Deo. 00, 101. Pomona
calling for tucso letters please nay, "Advertised."
Heger, J. E.
Martin, John H. (2)
Martin, Frank S.
McMlndcs, Mrs, Lizzie
Miller, Misses Myrtle
Miles, Mrs. E. E.
O Keefo, Mrs. K. L.
Komero, Don Itefugio
Tombaugb, I. 8.
A. It. HOnniNS, P. M.
If you want to buy a nice eight
roomed, two-story house, with bath
room, hot and cold water, good
stable, fine fruit trees, part bearing,
located on one of the best. streets in
East Las Vegas, very cheap and on
favorable terms, call on Wise &
With Kindest Wishes
For a happy and a prosperous New
Year to you all, yours for the best
goods at the lowest living prices,
J. II. STEARNS.
Look! at those Key West hand,
made 5-cent cigars at the Eagle Ci
mM m im
T. G. Mernin has received some
beautiful pianos in oak, walnut and
mahogany of the following makes:
Stein way.Knabe, Decker Uros., Ivers
& Pond, Fischer, Newby & Evans,
New England and other first-class
pianos, also Estey, Burriett, Carpen
ter and other organs, which will bo
sold very cheap and on easy payments.
Tn2 Hess Company's Ball.
Hose company No. 1 gave its
tenth annual ball at the Tamme
opera house on Thursday night. The
hall was filled with a perfect blaze
of sparkling beauty. In the misty
whirl of the dance,through the mazes
of the alamamling, pirouetting and
curveting we could see every
moment something new to strike our
attention such a handsome costume
or a pretty face. The representa
tive business men were there and the
members of the fire companies at
tended in large numbers.
The following are some of the
persons we noticed there:
Messrs Gregory, Ilfeld, Essenger,
Judell, Seewald, Hardy, Mackay,
Reed, Sporledcr, Marshall, Haydon,
Dick, Stewart, Hill, Quinley, Still,
Cavanaugh, Daniels, Hoffman,
Gatchell, Tamme, Haggcrt, Rodes,
Erway, Molton, Schauui, Wood,
McElroy, Alex McElroy, Patty,
Moye, Rosenthal, Mauca, Manning,
Hanley, Swaggcrt, Oldham, Fuller,
Manly, Rogers, Ray, Koblitz, W.
Rodes, Hilgere, Betry, Leary, North,
MeDougal, W. Rosenthal, Johnson,
Lulz, MacDonald, McCarthy, Hol-
lingsworth, Bradley Tcnny, York,
II. Rhodes, IIixon, Thomas, Plum
Mesdames Gregory, Ilfeld, Essen
ger, Judell,Seevald, Hardy, Mackay,
Reed, Sporleder, Marshall, Cox,
Misses Stoops, Malboeuf, Ncllio
and Mamie Dyer, Sloan. Robinson,
Rodes, Pontatello, Giveus, Seewald,
Holzman, Wood, Minner, Ella and
Anna Merry, Stoneroad, Cora Robin
son, Cavanaugh, Yorke and Bowles.
Prof. Miller's orchestra furnished
the music and S. A. Miller, of the
Oak Restaurant, tho supper.
Alfalfa fed beef, and leave orders
for live or dressed chickens at Green
Brothers & Co.
Mrs. M. J. Fetters has closed out
her storo and will keep house at her
Ladies! All smoker's Christmas
articles at the Eagle Cigar Store.
Are you going to win the first
prize at tho shooting gallery this
Any ono proving to our satisf ac
tion that he is too poor to pay 15
cents per week for the F&EE Peess
can have it free.
Testing the Baking Powders.
Comparative Worth Illustrated,
BY PROP. PETER COLLIER, late chemist in chief o thb
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, WASHINGTON, D. C.
DR. PRICE'S 1 - ,
Pure Cream Tartar. I .n . .m. n....i,i.i n. mi n -minrm ir. .... ... J
ROYAL it- r 1 i
ContaidS Ammonia, im" n i iiminiiii mm in m nil 'I ii
CHRrYALKD.. ..- 1 j in hi ii i n i i t ,j,i,il...iu.ii-i..i -
Alum and Ammonia. iunn mum m i mmi i n i i im in . m.aum i I
Taylor's 1 fipoon - mi n. .m.ini..i..-... mum
Alum and Ammonia. In mini mm mi iinm ir i n nun J
MONARCH f "'ii""'" iiMH.i.iM.iiniiiimiiiM
Alum and Ammonia. In i i n nnr..rniiirii m I
8NOW BAIX.... ..ww .mi i n- hum i.i.iM.ii.ii ... iim.iia
Alum and Ammonia. ...... ... - j
CALUMET -' ' ""'S
HOTEL .. " mnmmi ! mi JM.IIIIIHl
Contains Alum. It i Mii-imf i. mii.hhii iiimiinr -aim n J
ARNALL-8 P" '" t.n.n
Alum and Ammonia. E - - -J
MILK .." '"'-' " " j
Alum and Ammonia. Im mnan.nin.i- n..n i i . , mj
BHEPARD'B ' ' 'n"w
Alum and Ammonia. . m umimni m.- - - 1
DON BON - ftmumm 'iP nww:-Ta
Contain Alum I. nn.i.i r ... m ' .nftmn mil
FOREST CITY i'
Alum and Ammonia. I m- i i n i. nmy. ni,.i J
CHICAGO YEAST 1" '"" '" ' w m
Alum and Ammonia, - - - - '
CROWN f .ihi.ji. in. n mill
Alum and Ammonia, t in-- 1
SILVER STAR.. .wwiii ih.iim.i
Alum and Ammonia, f - - ,
POPSON HILS ff m.mwvm
Alum and Ammonia, F n 1
Above diagram was drawn and verified in all Its details, by Prof. Teter
Collier, who is pre-eminent us a Chemist, and Scientist. The illustration is
made in accordance with Uia chemical tests of each brand enumerated.
The Carbonic acid gas was calculated to get the leavening strength and
the quantative analysis to ascertain the comparative wholcsomcncss, purity,
and general usefulness of the leading l'owders. The result cf Trof. Collier's
examination and test, reveals the fact, that, with but one exception, every
brand tested contained either Ammonia or Alum, and a number both. .
Not ono woman in ten thousaud would use an Ammonia or Alum Baking
Towderifshe knew it. Such l'owders not only undermine the health, but.
ammonia imparts a sallow or blotched complexion. (
NOTE. Dr. I nee s cream juiunK l owucr, wjuu --.w a
examinations, is the only pure Cream Tartar rowucr lounu jice iroui f umicr
ation and Uie highest in strength. All authorities report Ir. Price s free from
Ammonia. Alum. Lime, or any other adulterant The punty of Ui3 ideal
l'owdtr baa never been questioned.
if Indicalesllia Powder containing either Ammonia or Alum.
if it Inuitatci the Towdcr containing both Ammonia auil Alum.
Wiile the diagram show some of these Ammonia or Alum Powders
to be of higher strength than others classed below them, it must not be taken
that they possess any vulue. All Ammonia or Alum powders bhould U
voided aAiUngerou, uo xuatter Low high their strength.
COMPLETE XjXITE OP
m Hnfi .5 mm
Trunks and Valises and
GT5 O f TT1 TD T tvTi Ci
X U W JLL ft A &J h m
Oppee Txiis Weeic,
Boys School Suits, 4 to 13 years, from
Magnificent $14 and $18 Men's Suits -200
Pine $5 and $6 Men's Pants
100 $8 and $10 Men's Suits - -
$1.50 to $4
- 1 00
- 5 00
Call and bo convinced. We do as we advertise. Ranch supplies our specialty.
Mail orders given prompt tention.
Cartrifetes and Ammunition.
.. C.-- .i
N. L. ROSENTHAL & CO., railroad8
Bert Shaw has taken a day's va ca
tio to see his folks.
Baggage Master Knickerbocker is
very busy these days.
Georgo Biser and crew loft for
Howe this afternoon.
Excursion Agent Chas. W. Parker
was in town this morning.
Supt. Dyer was unable to do busi
ness to-day. IIo is very sick.
Tony Cajal's wife presented him
with a New Year's gift of a fine
baby boy. Mother and child doing
The Oak restaurant gives a fine
dinner to-morrow. Ihe menu 13
black bass, turkey with cranberry
sauce and all other delicacies. Come
and bring your family.
The party given at Miss Minnie
Givens' residence last evening for
the junior and senior classes of the
Academy, was a success. TIiobo pres
ent were Prof. Ramsay, Chas.
Givens, Prof. Able, Frank Rain, Le
Grand Wilkinson, Artie Sloan,
Misses Minnie Givens, Bertha and
Josephine Hageman, Lila Wertz,
Mable Milligan, Lizzie Allen and
The last of tho holiday terpsichor
can exercises was given by the Las
Vegas dancing club last, evening,
every one tripping the light fantastic
to their hearts' desire. It was given
in honor of Misses Nettie and Abbey
Stoops, and is conceded to be the
nioest affair of the season, many be
ing in full dress. Just before the
first waltz it was announced the
ladies would fill the programs, which
they did in a way that pleased every
one. The class has been requested
to give another noun.
Only 15 cents per week takes it,
or rather, 70a can take it for 15
cents per week.
One thousand dozen
f r e s h e ggs .
Fi ve car 1 oads choi 00
green al f al fa.
Ten oars choi ce green
One carall varieties
200.000 pounds ex
tra cl e an nat i ve
One car Gr e el ey pot a
t o es
The cheapest pi ace in
town and the best
goods and the 1 ow
es t prices at
WANTED WOKK-Ity a man with a fain'
ilv Attvthlaiir h.tiifkrMliht will ill,. A'l.
dreM "work" Hub olittiu.
ANTED Olrl to do bntino work. Ad
drt.. W.N. M., till. oUluv.
H'KNIHIlKD nnd unfurnlHbod room to
rental 0. If. 1'oltor'., west of court uouae.
TWO aood Lota, larva alio, with plenty of
water for lrrlgutlou. Atldroa X, on re of
Live Stock, Improved Ranches, City Property,
MINES, MUNICIPAL BONDS AND OTHER LOCAL
Special indncements to parties desiring County, School District and Cor
porate Bonds as an investment
I am prepared to negotiate, purchase and sell tho same upon tho
most advantageous terms.
The undersigned having been engaged in dealing in this class of secu
rities in the western states and territories for upward of 25 years, during
which period ho has examined the validity of issue amounting to millions
is prepared to extend to capitalists and others special privileges. He
guarantees that any bond recommended is legally issued and a valid sub
sisting debt against the municipality and that the financial condition of
tho municipality is such that it is abundantly ablo to meet the obligation.
I have tho
Largest Property List in New Mexico.
Mortgage Loans negotiated on first-class realty. Full information
furnished upon application. Corresponpenco solicited from buyers and
T. 13. MILLS,
Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N. M-
Y I WB .WINES .
v5 Callforuls and Native
LAS VEGAS, N. 21 ijSfiB;
CALL OR SEND FOR PRICES. QLW
Cochran & Pinnell
FULTON MEAT MARKET,
Kansas City Spare Eibs and Ten
derloins. Game in Season.
UNTIL JANUARY 1st
We will soil tho following brands of
DoineHtlo and Imported C'iRurn by the
box, for ('nub;
Quality 2 25
Himnlsh MHntlllaa 1.10
ViiKin Gold 1 90
Hohii Americana Si 10
White Win(fa 1 10
Little Tot 1 75
TEN CENT GOODS.
H. J. I 4 60
Kinir (Jonl 8 75
H lack Diamond 8 75
Mairnulfu 8 M
La Muslula 3 50
Victor do Cologne 6 00
Ueirullaiiou'iuut 8 60
ALL GOODS GUARANTEED.
EHODES, P. O. Hl'dg.
GRAND DISPLAY OF
Of all kludd, both u ho ful and ornamertli
at roduood prlova, at
JOHN P. YOUNG,
hp Fancy hm
Canned Fruit and Vegetables. Call and soo.
Silk Handkerchiefs, Fhuwla, Fani, Crockery,
Ornaiueutul Goods, t'liiiicso Spoons, nod all
thliiKS unimllv kept In hrnohfi Chinese
store. On GRAND AVENUE, 8 loor south
of old Ojitiu block, Kast Las Vegas, V. M .
PUEBLO AND DENVER,
SANTA FE : ROUTE:
Through Sleeper from Las Venus on
Train No. 1! I and Pullman Cbanuu at
L a J uuta on Tf alo N o. 4.
G. T. NICHOLSON.
G. V. T. A ,