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East Las Vegas, Now Mexico, Friday Evening, November 10, 1092.
L;::C;3A3ID 77 OCX G3;TIS3. Thoma is a stool pigeon t. Patter-
'son, who is ln bingi r recii;nl7.i (1 nn a
On n.eouiit t the prol.-vl'ility of j ,.r,10, r;it, but a fiixmrn-t. whoso
(lit. I,-..n. tAt- jn;-'!)! llu triJT the ,y ani(i,i0,, i,, Unih .l SMIrt
farmers of Wellington o-nnty, P-, L.na.t r,,r which he would K..crili-e
v ill ro out of the wool growing bui- j pVrv,i,in,.
ihm ami the fn of that section as p,fr.m rT T.,wt. T-yiT-M
a wool growing district will be a
thing of the p.Tst. Only a few year
ago mure than 50,('(i0 nil cop wore
kept witliin its borders and the an
Ti ii il clip annumled to abutit 3,100,
000. When wod sold at an average
of 33c, this put, about 1,000,000 in
to tho pockets of Washington ccjnty
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tition in the markets of tlie world
rimI tlio tinkering with the tariff
Sunday night, November 27, prom
ises to be illuminated with meteors
in great number. They mo tho so
called November metc-r, crnmg
from tho constellation Leo, a beauti
ful group of stars, of which six ate
disposed in tho shape of a Mckle. It
id ll... w.!.w. its a I lw lirowl (f
tlio iicklo half incloxo that the moto
org fioem to ifsuo. Once in 33 years
brought tho price down to 2io per. they pour forth from this ppnoo in
poiin.l, tho amount of the present
duty under the Mi Kinley bill being
11c. All tho prominent wool grow
ers of tho country claim that there is
little or no money in it at these fig
ures, when the price of Washington
county farm land is taken into con
sideration. As it is practically a
foregone conclusion that the free
wool bill will be pased by tho next
emigres, the growers anticipate a de-
amning number, their tracks iadi.it
ingliko tho "bones" of your umbrella
and resembling a fiery spray idiot
forth from some eeiciinl fountain.
The last heavy fhower occurred in
Aceoiiipaiiing these annual visitors
will bo a stranger. Ln-t evening a
dispatch was received nt the central
bureau, Uoston, and soon thereafter
at Pudley Observatory, by Prof.
clitic in the price which will render I5os, from 1 n.f. 1 .ei bench, of 15i rim,
its production in this country abso- ! statini that the new comet tliscov
lulely nnprolitablo, as the same grade
Sr. I'ai i.'s EritcocAt. Cin nrii.
(.'hildrcn's seri'-e nt 10 a. n.
Morning prayer and sermon at II
o'clock. Evening prayer and leett.ro
at 7:45 o'clock.
W. Ii. (tiriiKNc, Hector.
First M. E. Cnrurii.
At the liKiial lime Sunday school
will bold its regular sen-hoi. After
tlii-, at 1 1 a. in., u giihir nervu'i ; 'o
at :.').) p. in. l'ica. hing both morn
ing and evening by 1 lc v . l F. Fai -miloe,
of Genoa, 111., who is to lead
in the revival servieo now in prog
ress. Fur.eral of Mrs. Hodges at
2 p. m. at the church. Pentecostal
service at 3 p. m. Prayer and praise
service at 7 p. m. All invited.
A. lloKKMJky, Preacher in Charge.
Fikst lUiTihT (.'iiim:ii.
Sabbath sehool at 0:45 a. in.
Preaching at 1 1 a. in. and 7:30 p.
m. Young people's meeting, 7. p. ni.
A. A. Lavton, Pastor.
Pojs' Jerey Suits in Navy, Wine,
Sea! and Myrtle.
Wo know we can pleae you.
Children's Gloves, Mitts and Merino
Underwear, in Scarlet ami Natural
lioys' and Youth's Laundered and
Unlaundered White Shirts, in du
ett. Coon A Co. brands.
hoys' and Youths' Flannel Shirts are
now in demand. We show a well
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something now. Oxford Caps, a
good .lyle. ".Man o' War," with
Cloth Kosette. "For.," imported
Windsor Ties Hnd llowa, in all lead
ing shades, plain Surah Silk, Polka
Dot or Fancy Plaids.
Merino and Wool Combination Suits
in llilbtiggan and Natural Wool
for M isses only.
Worsted Lecginps ami Knee Protec
tois in Kid and Jorsov.
Antics, Alaskas and Hubliors for
lioys. Misses and Clnldnn.
Children's Fur Sets in Whim Thibet
ami Illaek Coney.
of Australian wool can bo bought
in the London markets at lOo and
laid down at New Y'ork at the addi
tional cost of lo per pound. The
wool men think that within two years
ered by Holmes in the constellation
Andromeda may be the long lost
llitda's comet. This comet was orig
inally discovered in 1772 by Mon
taigna, nt Limoges. Its periodicity
was established by Iliela, nl Joseph
the price will bo 17c, and evea next i madt, IJohcmia, in 1320. lis succes
year, before the passage of the free I nivo appearances were watched with
wool bill can bo secured, that prices ! great interest, but its position in
will bo materially affected by the proximity to the sun prevented its
contemplated reduction. On account observation on several of its returns,
of this many of the large wool grow
er of the country are making ar
rangements to quit the business.
Ct:le E:lluud Ealls.
A dispatch from Denver lias the
following of interest here:
"There is no disguising the fact
that the row between the two fac
tions of the Colorado Democracy
ovtr which one shall control the fed
eral patronage of the state under Mr.
Cleveland has grown to such propor
tions thrt all hopes' of reconciliation
arc out of the question, and the eter
nal disruption ol the party tho only
Fifteen thousand dollars worth of
billiard balls is the novel plunder
the C. (. Akam Manufacturing Co.,
of Chicago, loses by a robbery. Be
tween 1,200 and 2,000 sets of the ivo
ries were taken. Though not made
public by the police until cow, the
robbery occurred Saturday night
while the big Democratic parade ami
ratification weie in progios. The
huge crowd of people in tin; directs
required the es of all the police
obtainable, jiud alleys wen? left prac
tically unguarde.). Under the cir
cumstances the thieves hail Utile
thincr in siiht. Tho leaders in this
row for spoils hv , A. 1J. McKinley, i i" " ' ' l':'
state chairman of the straight Dcm-1 81:" (,'",n "( iU" Akftnl
company s store ami passing out the
ocrals, and C. S. Thomas, a chief
mourner in tho Weaver Democratic
ranks. "C. S. Thomas represented to
tho Democratic national committee
that A. Ii. McKinley was not work
ing for tho Democratic party, but for
self. Now comes A. U. McKinley
and slates publicly through bis ofii
cial paper that C. S. Thomas lit a
Judas, a IScnedict Arnold, a traitor.
It will take blood on either side to
avenge the insult. Mr. McKinley
has demanded that the national com
mittee remove C. S. Thomas as na
tional committeeman from Colorado, j out "f wo,k aml "J," w
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valuable boxes of billiard balls.
Only tho best balls wero taken, the
poorer grades not being molested.
Several men appear to have boon
implicated, and they seem to have
utilized a horse and wagon in syste
matically carrying out their task.
Tho only clue to the perpetrators
came in the arrest ol a man giving
the name of William Anderson, who
was trying to sell to saloon keepers
10 balls worth i?00. Anderson
claims to be ft stianger in Chicago,
while C S Thomas h is sent his em .
misary t"Ast to see the committee, to
have it withdraw its recognition of
Mi. MiKi;d.y. At Pueblo, when it
was proposed to remove U.S. Thomas
from the committee, immediately
after the split, Mr, McKinley inter
fered and objected tlrongly. He
would not hear of such a thing.
They were. opponents politically, b it
personal friends. Mow all has
changed! The Thomas wing of tho
Democracy demands the patronage.
Its leaders say he was the first man
to advise fusion. The McKinley
followers f ay their leader has the
patronage in hiw' inside pocket, and
whom be is scquinted olTcied him il
to dispose of the b ills. The lobbery
is the largest haul made by thieves
in Chicago for years, and the police
are much i'tirred up over the affair,
There will bo n meeting of the
Democratic club of precinct 20, at
Grand Army Hall Monday night,
Nov. 21. The meeting is important
and a general attendance is desired.
Dcm. Kx. Com.
For warmth und comfort go to Iv
Kosenwald's for your winter cloth
ing. Lf ;k at his new ad. in this is-
FlKKT PitlaiYlKRUN ClIL'ftCH.
There will bu preaching by tlio J
pastor at II a.m. ami liUOp.iu
Sunday school at 0:45 a. in. and Y.
P. S. C. K. at 0:30 p. m.
Ukv. Non man N. Skinnkk,
What's i:t a Cus.
Yes, men court women whoso
lives and faces are full of sunshine.
What a world of good there is in a
cheerful Carry tho radiance of your
soul in your face; let the world have
tho benefit of it. Let your cheerful
ness bo'felt for good wherever you
are, and let your smiles be scattered
like sunbeams "on tho just as well as
on the unjust.'1 Such a disposition
will yield you a just reward, for its
happy effects will come home tt yc u
and biighlcii your moments of
thought. Smiles are the higher and
better responses of nature to the
emotion of the soul.
Let the children have the benefit
of them, those litlle ones who need
the sunshine of the heart to educate
them, and would find a levtd for their
buoyant nature in th. cheerful, lov
ing faces of those who lead them.
Let them not be kept fioni the mid
dle-aged, who need the encourage
ment they brim..'. Give your smiles
also to the aed. They come to them
like the quiet rain of summer, mak
ing fresh and verdant the long.weary
path of life. He gentle ami indul
gent to all; love the true, the beauti
ful, tho just, tho holy.
The following is the prog.am, for
tomorrow, of the East Side Military
band at the Hillside Park from 3 lo
i p. in:
March Crusaders, Sonsa.
Overture Bohemian Girl, Balfe.
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IT 1UU IT VIII, IIVIU UI1U JlVOdll,
Selection Plantation Songs, ar
ranged by Coates.
"The Heavens aroTclling,"lIaydn.
Galop "The Iron Horse," Class
Tho Star Spangled Pantur.
Members are requested to moot at
band room at 2:30 for practice before
going to the park.
William 11. Smith, Conductor.,
The jury brought in a verdict this
afternoon in the Pablo Hcrrera case
of guilty in the third degree; the
luinishuieut for which is from three
to seven years in the penitentiary.
Kipain Tabulcs: for torpid liver.
Has taken the ngency for one of
Establishments in tho east. Has re
ceived a lino assortment of samples
for fall ami winter trade. Suits from
18 up, made in tho latest style. Cus
torn work and lit guarantee!!.
In great profusion and beau
111 ul designs just received.
Good dressers are respectfully
invited to call. Will fill nit
orders intrusted lo ine with
the utmost care.
Lag "VjzOtJL IT. IM..
kok nusr class
Next door to Wine & ILget tw,
EAST LAS VEGAS. NFW MEX.
GSO. W. PEICHAUD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Officb oh Plaza,
Las yogas, - - New Mexico.
LEADING HILLINERY HOUSE.
MR3. I IIOLXENWAQKIt. "
Fine Hals ami ISonuets a specially
Him tho fluent assortment of -
Until? Fi Oik? Slaw
In tbe city.
M ttiiufi'i lurvr of Tin, Cupper and blivnt
Bridge Street. Las Vegas. N M.
IjCXO Vo:a.D,XTow l.los:
STRONG AND CONSKUV ATI VK.
PAID-IN CAPITAL -
JKFFEUSON 11AYN0LDS, President;
ALHEKT LAWRENCE, Vice President;
A. 11. SMITH, Cashier.
JOSHUA S. RAYNOLDS, A. A. JONES.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
CoNNwrriNa 11a: First National Hanks at Albinpienjuo ami El Pi
If In will Fellow ta
Thay Will Lead You To Thj
Golden Ruls Clothing Co.
The rhe;ipt place in Mt city to buy
G exits Clothing,
F3it:::-,En:3 Co:ts. Fuaniira Q:c:s,
3::::, unors. Hats, Cit:, Zr:.
I K. LEWIS, . ,,
K.ulri ad Aei,ue.
MONDAY, 26th inst.
n n n f "p "f f"i
Dia A JLaJ aLl ! aVI sllj JS 3.
AU,,a large display of ILFELD'S,
CLOAKS AND JACKETS The PIaza
Pianos & Organs,
Or AIL MAKtH,
At lowest prices and on easy pay
ments. Everything in the musio line. Cat
alogues free. Secondhand pianos
bought, sold and exchanged. Span
ish and Englibh hooks, stationery and
T. G. M RUN IN,
Bridge Street, Las Vegas, N.M
THE FREE PRESS
Has the largest and
best assortment of le
gal blanks in the Territory.
A(l1. or cull on lmn' f Hcmiy. uti mi.i.,N.J.
juon tins W eels,
In addition to our Special S ile of Dress Goods, which wo will continue for the pit sent in order to give those who have cot been able to do so, to avail themselves of the opportunity of buying Dress Good
at about two-thirds of their actual value, we will this week offer our complete stock of Ladies' and Misses' Wraps and Jackets of all kinds at regular cut priced for Cash.
Ladies Jackets, trimmed with Astrai han, $0.60, now ti 50
Ladies' Jackets, trimmed with Astrakhan, I. .10, " 3.00
Ladies' J'lekelri, trimmed w ith Astrachan, 8.60, " fi.SO
Ladies' Jackets, trimmed with Fur, 0.50, " 4. SO
Gocdaraarlrcd in plain figures.
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AI.h), a small lot of Ladies' Imported Fur trimmed
Jackets, slightly stained, actual value 113.00 to 1 5.00, will
be sold as they sro at 10.00.
Ladies. Jackets, trimmed with Fur, tl 60, now 3 S!5
Ladies' Imported Jackets, " 13 00, " 10 60
Ladiss' Imported Jackets, " 16.00, " 1U.00
Ladies' Imported Jackets, " 18.00, " 14.00
Como and coo at onco.
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