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Las Vegas Free Press
An Evening Pa'.lT.
J, A. CARRUTII, PCBLX8IIKK.
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TKItltlT-RV "'!' NkW MliXliO.
'y tlit' (toTcrnor
In "! f"i mity w ith tho roelama
tion of thn j r Mdrnt of tint United
Stale, and in nronl.nc with a cus
tom lii li.il !tvr by j'imn oboerv-
nee, I hereby doint Thursday,
November 24, a a day of public
The nation been exceptionally
prosperous we have been lIi.if-l
with abtitul.int erop; our manufac
ture a, have incrc.VMi'd, ami this reward:
of labor havo been enhanced in every
direction. We liavo not only been
mercifully preserved from famine,
flood, tornado or oilier great di.;uUr,
l.t't from the impending pestilence
which hovered over tin) borders of
our land. Peace, ha.i lieen wiUiin
our wall and plenteounncffi in nil
our li.ii. italioni. All tin we owo to
tlm favor of Almighty (tod.
On tlm day thu appointed let all
tlic people rot from their ordinary
labor and meet in their aecuntomed
place of worship to givo thank to
tho Supreme Kuler for hi loving
kindiit'M and tlio manifold bit ing
thu voueliHafed to u at a people
and let tlieir remembrance ron ,l
u all to a kind thoughtfuliu for the
iioor ami alllicteil ami utimulii'' u
to deed of charity and love.
Wituexit my hand and tint great leal
of the territory of New Mexico, at
Santa IV, tho capital, thin 12th
day of November, in tho year of
our I,orl 1802.
eal L. ISraipori Puinck,
(tovemor of New Mexico
nking for the shutting out of all
foreign immigration for tho period
of four year. Thi i a question
that H bound to coma prominently
to the front within tho next few
year. Tho labor union aro all tak
ing advanced ground on tho nithject.
A unerefHfiil experiment rf a cot
ton harvester watt made recently at
Dallat, Tex., on a plantation two
mile cat of that city. Tho com
mittee reported n tho rctoilt ol an
hour'a woik that it had picked .150
pound of cotton, taking from tho
plant tho first timo 17 per cent, and
tho eeond 18 per cent, of tho lint,
leaving 0 per cent, on thfl plant and
Irnpping fl per cent, on thu ground.
Tho work wa cleaner than hand
Higher! of all i it Leavening Tower. Latent U. S. Gov't Report
(Jeneral William O'Neill.prosident
of tho Arizona board of World' fair
commiK.tiouer, ha reNigned hi poxi
tion beeaiiHe of a lack of enterprise
Oil the part of hi eolleagne.
It i just n well to pick up tho
crumb of comfort a wo go along,
Tho l)emoeratio majority of 1T0 in
the lroiont coitirreH ha been cut
down to about 50.
The longest word in tho new Ccn
tury dictionary i pahitopharingooU
aryngeal. The next longest i tran-
HiiltKl.iiit iational it. What a ditin
guixhed imlividiial thu pa!atophar
iht must bo.
The. big Democratic victory will
braie iii Democrat everywhere. In
KaiiB in it will stop the ll.iw of limn
oerat into the l'co le'-t party am
caiine them to stand by their own col
orn, which will gtvo UepublicaiiH a
One of tho rcKiiIti of thu election
in California i tlio adoption of a
constitutional amendment providing
for the election of United State sen
ator by direct voto of tha people,
Thin i Hiipposod to bo a reform.
tho people to in
i-y law may possi
The failure of
dorse tho Mclvinl
bly have the effect ot driving Homo
of tho Eastern Industrie to the west
in order to be nearer to tho home
market. l.a Vcgaa should bo on
thu lookout for acpiisition of this
kind that may bo within reach.
ISothing short of a caiunet posi
tion will satisfy Kansa. Ex tlov
crnor (ilick is reaching out after Un
do Jerry Husk' place. It may be
added that Uncle (teorgo would conic
a near tilling Uncle Jerry' shoe as
any other political farmer in the
Ho far a the west i concerned
tho Kepuhlicau dc'cttt is not so iiiik
duo to dissatisfaction with the tariff
a a fact an to dissatisfaction with
thu tariff n un i-xue. Tho west
want financial reform, and thu per
kistent pushing of tho tariff to tho
front a the question of supremo im
portance wearied Bntl dlgostcd it.
The New York board of trade ha
appointed a committee to prepare
auJ prevent a memorial to coiigren
Since tho election of Mr. Cleve
land the leading Democrat of tho
District of Columbia have been con
sidering with more or Its interest.
liin proper ineiiio.i uf appoiiituifi un
Tho first definite move in that di
rection wa taken at a meeting, or
conference) of Democrat, held at the
Ebbit homo tha other evening. Mr.
M. E. Morri presided and a late-
mcntwamado ly J. 1. rsorri", a
member of tho district national com
mittee, to tho effect that after consul
tation with Senator Gorman, it Ind
been decided to recommend that tho
plan adopted eight yearn ago, when
Mr. Cleveland wa elected, bo fol
owed m tlii si occasion.
Thi plan in substance i tho selec.
tion by tho national committee of
fifty citizen of tho District of Col
umbia, to lake charge of tho cere
monic outsido tho capitol. Tho
meeting prepared such a list headed
by Col. J. A. liarrot, who presided
over tho inaugural committee eight
year ago, and the list wa ieiit to
Chairman Ilarrity, of tho national
Democratic committee, for approval
senger by thi railway will reach
Shanghai from London in 22 days.
Clccs rr zzz Ea
Ollieial and other who have
talked w ith l'rtsiilent Ilarnion oinee
ie election say that ho take a deep
interest and an active part in the
consideration of plan for tho future
conduct of tho Republican parly.
They nay lhit iti all their talk
with them tlio I resident a utterance
lavo tended to oneourngo them to
i.it in tl,f vottr of
1 ho statement that ha been cent
out from Washington to tho tffect
that a strong sentiment had act in
against Ilolmau for another term a
chairman of the appropriation com
mittce, is utrongly contradicted by
men eminent in tho Democratic party,
They Hay it would be highly illogio
al for the Democrat toilet aside IIol
man in tho liey-dey of hikjccs, after
a campaign so largely waged upon
the line of retrenchment and reform
a w ere those of 1800 and 1802. IIol
man ha been on every appropriation
committee from tho forty-fourth to
tho present congress, ' barring one
term, during which Imj wan chairman
of tho public land committee, am
another when lio wa not a member
of the house.' Tho statement refer
red to couples Mr. Springer' name
with thu chairmanship. Thi
thought least of all likely to happen
Mr, Springer has never served on the
committee, ami, moreover i very a
to bo displaced a chairman of th
ways ami mean and the place given
to Wilson, of West Virginia, the
most distinguished and scholarly
tariff reformer in tha house.
TE3 G&ZAT ClSZHIAH LAHUCAD.
One of tho great railway of th
world will bo thu "Great Siberian
Railroad," a it ha been named
which will in. ho Russia with the
Pacific Coast. It will run througl
tho southern portion of Siberia, tin
U!iuri and Amoor district, uhhit
splendid fruitful, virgin son, it
healthy, sunny, half-northern, half
tropical climate, it imnieasurab!
primeval forests. 1 ho construction
of a portion of this great railway
tho llaikal line, will be proceeded
with at once a a beginning; it It
2050 versl in length. It start from
Tomsk (-14,000 inhabitants), proceed
to the Government town of Tobuls
('25,000 inhabitants), then to Krass
nojarsk (2J,0OU inhabitants); then it
approaches the Chinese frontier to
tho left of the forest mountain of
Sajan, which are rich in gold an
metals; neit it touches at Ialagaiik
and then it proceed to tho prosper
on town of Iikitsk (48,000 inhabit
ants). Thu construction itself pr
aeiit, according to the Russian en.
giueers, absolutely no difliciiltieH, as
there are no swamps of importance,
ami the rivers which have to bu
bridged over uro few in number. The
cost a v.-rst is estimated al y 0,000
roubles. It is calculated that on the
basin of 000 vvrsla in 24 hour pus-
California to (inner. "After con
sidering tho matter for about a week
I have decided that I can't do it thi
tiino. Hut you have enough anyway."
Aremaikablo subterranean explo
sion in reported from Indiana. There
eem to bo a question whether the
cause wa natural ga, or tho escape
of omo of Michener'a ru word.
Tho European war scare i noth
ing to tho prospect of trouble in I i r
lin. An organization just formed
there bear tho ominous name "Aso-
and strengthening tho party. There ,r(,i of 1 1 llnl,nllH .
ha been, they say, no despondency j m t
in whnt ho ha said, ami ho waste Tho tariff baron having "got it in
no time in vain regrets, but i earn- j tho neck," .Mr. I owdeily i now in
st in the feeling that more than favor of moving on tho railroad,
ver there i need for compactness "Thero i," say Powderly, "moro of
and unity tif purpose in the party. a revenue illegally drawn from the
l'ho discussion of the reorganiza- pecket of the merchant, manufae-
tion in tho sense, i.ot of chaugo in : turcr ami workingmeii in one month
principle r policy, but of perfecting i of tho year by railroad and tele
tho management and method, ha , graphs than wo pay in tariff for a
already been taken up by leading j year." Mr. Powderly, however, does
not, like eomo of tlio People' party
statesmen, advocalo confiscation of
Bill 8 l!SI Gl
Of New Mexico,
LAS VEGAS AND SOCORRO.
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Republican, and correspondence
looking to the strengthening of the
organisation lia liegun. a perma
nent organization, with worker who
will keep up the work all the yeir
around and evciy year, instead of
trying to do the woik of four year
in tho few mouth before a presiden
tial election, is what i aimed at.
To turn your back on a fiiend is
not "doing him a good turn."
The man that sponge hi way
loesn't always have a clean record.
It i quite natural that a child
should lake after its mother while
Thero are frequent "landslides" on
the country road, but thero is no en
thusiasm about it.
She (liintingly) the tiro i going
out. He V ell, I hopu it will bring
Noma coal back with it.
The campaign fhgs have had tlu'ir
outing, and tho cold-wave flag will
have their turn next.
"I don't care a wrap," i not an ap
propriate ejaculation lor a woman
who want a sealskin sacipio.
There i something wrong with the
father who will tie up In dog at
night and let hi boy run tho streets
It i said that tho Prince of Wales
is "kicking" over the smallnes of his
salary; it i "only" t:!00,000 a year,
Tho correspondent who reported
Texas a "doubtful" ought to take a
week' vacation and count thu Dem
1 ho usual light I bring made en
Powderly, but it i safe to predict
that if ho desire re election ho will
gel tho ollice.
If Jerry Simpson get to tho Uni
ted Slate senate thero will bo at
least two absolute radical freo trader
in that body.
It is fair to presume that Margaret
Mather ha lecovcicd her Kpiritu over
her separation from her husband;
she has married a brewer.
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Do you want something good?
Wo have it, and we almost
Give it away. Think of a great big
Newspaper, the Weekly Journal
And Agriculturist, for 60 cents
A year, or a trial six month for 25
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Miscellany. Special feature for the
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Take your home paper first, then
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