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Las Vegas Free Press
Wednesday, Feb. 24, 1S92.
First of the Season.
Fresh Cauliflower. Fresh Peas.
Frenli Tomatoes. Fres-h Pineapples.
10O lbs Hons Patent Flour f3 00
100 Ibi Keystone Flour S SO
100 lbs Prldo of Denver Flour t HO
2 pekgs Arbucklo's Coffee . 45
2 " Mohnska Coffee 43
2 " Lion Coffer 4-1
2 ' Screenings Coffee 6
10 Ibi Cudahy Special Lard. 1 10
ft " " " " 6
10 " Kex " 1 00
ft " " 50
10 " " Compound 75
5 " " 40
1 " SuxflrK'ured IIhcoii or Hhiu 12
8 cans Assorted Fnilt 1 00
12 lbs liaising 1 00
4 " best Evaporated Itnsplierrles 1 00
12 Mm dried apples. 1 00
50 lbs Navy Ileum 1 on
18 " 8iitfr 1 00
25 bars nonp 1 00
3 pkir March ....
Oranges, Fancy Seedlings, 15 C. Ecz
" Ex. Fina Havel, 40 "
We will not be undersold.
Hut when the song ami dance Is done.
Our thoughts from follies freo.
We think, with the Hard of Avon,
" What fools we mortals be."
Furnished rooms, OKI Optio block
Lastcrn Mar ineetj tomorrow
A trreat many wagons in from
Mora with grain today.
When you want a good Kansas
City steak go to the Oak.
A new monkey and bear in town
to please or frighten the littlo ones.
The whist eltib meets tonight at
the residence of Miss Yeakel.
The first ear load of liogs shipped
from Watrous was shipped yester
day by Mr. Vorenberg.
We are sorry to announce the
death of Mr. Deales' little boy,
which occurred at H o'clock last
The choicest moat to he had, at the
lowest market pi ice, at T. W. Way
ward's. Meeting of the K. of 1. at their
old hall tonight for the last time.
The uniforms for the uniform rank
have arrived ami are superb.
HOFMEISTER & EMEU'S.
Meeting of the Hook and Ladder
company at Judge Woos let's ollice
tomorrow night. All members are
IY'plested to be present, as business
of great importance is to be trans
acted. A very annoying mistake oocmcd
on the second page today, where it
says that Mr. I J.ivimM-t had put in
many "minutes" valuable time. It
was marked in proof ''months," but
managed to hold its own and get in
as set up.
In the ease of 1 I'm ton Jfc Allen,
tried on the West Side the other day,
the defendants were found not
guilty. Mr. Hinton complains that
when he was arrested ho officer had
no warrant, and would not allow him
to Bend for a lawyer or friends.
Albuquerque polities are boiling al
ready, but so far there has been no
attention paid to the spring election
her.'. We are rcaly and w illing to
announce the nanu s of any citizens
who wi-h to siciilkv themelves for
tli u public good, but they need lo
utait in soon, so their records can be
looked up and discussed 2
The EpWorih league gave a socia
ble last night at Mis Snyder's In
dustrial kchool, Old Town. Tho in
vited guests and friends were well
pleased with the entertainment
given them. A remarkable Indian,
an extraordinary ex-member of the
senate, a noble historical personage,
a maiden bewitching, and Martha
Washington, who was also bewitch
ing, were present
Only 15 cents por week takes it,
cr rather, 70a can take it for 1
cents per weok.
J. Sterriek, of 683, is in town.
J. Munsen went south this morn
ing. Jim Carlisle's car, 295, is carpeted
South bound passenger trains are
J. II. Banning is thinking of set
llarvy llader, of Ilaton, is the new
S. Hamilton has accepted a position
in the railroad yards.
Hilly Slago, tho painter of the
roundhouse, has retired.
Mrs. J. Bach ami daughter, of
Rowe, arrived this morning.
B. F. Troksburg, from tho Aran
sas Pass, went north this morning.
Huberty left for St. Joe this morn
ing on a visit to his mothci and sis
ter. Ed Aycrs, the young man who
had his leg cutoff by tho cars at Dil
lon, is dead.
John Shevling, until recently a
railroad employe, is with tho Singer
sewing machine company.
Morehouse, district freight and
tralliu agent and his estimable wife,
stopped oil this morning.
W. II. Travels, A. J Jag way, O.
G. Tayman, P. J. Hill, Mr. Grant
and Superintendent Dyer went on
their quarterly tour of pump house
Miller it Bernhart, now use Kan
sas City meats.
LOVERS OF ORANGES
Fancy Washington Navels, box $3.05
" Seedlings ........ "
Seedlings, per do.
Washington Navels, per do ,
Extra large " "
J. H. STEARNS
15. I '. Williams, traveling corres
pondent for the Toronto mail and
Kingston Whig, who has been visit
ing San Francisco, is on his way to
Kansas City. lie says that San
Francisco is full of leprosy and that
it is a wonder that the United States
allows such a state of affairs to exist
He has been visiting underground
Just arrived at "The Club," Kan
sas City beef, mutton, sausage, etc.
Wi 1 1 , i n a few days
open the largest
stock of Ci gars Sinok
i ng and Chewi ng To
baccos and Smokers'
Articles to be found
i n the City.
Do not go to Creede. The camp
is overrun with idle men seeking
work. L. V. Sliiclc, one of tho old
est residents of Creede, publishes a
letter in the Colorado Workman and
Farmer warning men to keep away.
At present about 300 miners are em
ployed, and there are 0,000 floaters
rymg to subsist on each other's sub
stance. The camp is crowded and
much destitution prevails.
Nones roa Puslicati
(Pro. I. H. No. iim 1
I.iMiOrm k at Santa t r., N. M.. ,
U lull I
Notteo 1 hereby niven 1 lint tho following
uaiiicil at-ltier lina nu il nnlico or his lulontloi.
to inuk ttnnl proof In KiiiNrt of tiU cliii.u
Hint t tint mild proof will Ihi made bctoro Pro-
tuitu Judge, or Hi his at-nonce tho ('lurk of Han
.Mil m l ounty, ut lus (.'nil N. M oil
April H, I His:, vij.,
for tlu WKNWIi, HK !; N W NE U 8W ! ;
hi e. S, Tp. 17 N. It It K
Ho names the following witnesses to prove
hla continuous resilience upon, and cultiva
tion of, huI laiul, viz,,
'Illinium llolliiml, of I.'Kporano, N. M., II,
A. Ifancy, of Knot I lot Vcaaa, N. M , John
Micllivlil, Llincr A. Wlgton, of L'Ksporauoe
Any pcrsou who lies I ret to protest nualnxt
tho allowance ot such proof, or who know of
any substantial ix-anon, utiuvr tho law aud tlie
ri'KiiliiiU'iin "t Hie Interior 1 iu rt oiciil , why
Mui'h pioot HliouiiJ not be allowt'U, will ix-lvt'ii
uu opiMiit unity at the atiovo tut'iitlonctt time
anil jiiio-o to rroett-fXnminv tho wllnrwi-a of
fialit claimant, and to iitft-r evhlruco tu rebut
tal of that nulilnllleu by claimant.
A. 1.. MullltlSDN,
W. M. Krocnigleft for Watrous on
W. R. Eibert, of Oakland, Wis., is
G. B. Everood left for Trinidad
Austin Brown left for Kansas
City this morning.
Jim Clay arrived from Fort Sum
ner this morning.
Trinidad Griego, of Canon del
Agtia, is in town.
Graaf fc Klino have some fine
watermelons on hand.
Trinidad liomero, United States
marshal, is at the Plaza.
Mrs. J. E. Mttlvane left for Mul
vane, Kas., this morning.
L. C. Tetard, it is rumored, will
Roon marry a French lady of Paris.
W. Seeler arrived from Topeka
last night and registered at tho
Ed VViso is moving into one of the
houses facing Lincoln park on the
Eastern papers and magazines for
sale by Mrs. M. J. Woods, Douglas
J. Wallace, an extensive operator
in mining stocks, went to La Juuta
A. Maab, tho most enterprising
and prominent merchant of Santa Fe,
arrived this morning.
Ilnrtman fc Weil have rented
store room at Cerrillos, and will soon
open up a branch in the Coal city.
Mrs. Danziger, who has been
sick for several weeks, was down
from tho springs this morning.
E. L. Ilamblin and Chris. Sellmatt
leave tomorrow for Rociada to de
velop their mining properties.
Mr. and Mrs. Skepwith arrived
last night from Columbia, Mo. Mrs
Skepwith is tho mother of Mrs
G. lliiltcr, a tinner and cornice
maker of Denver, left for Santa Fo
this morning in the employ of Mr
Hart, the plumber.
J. B. Sands will leave this Week
ior i asningion, it. v., lo take up
his old position as messenger in tlie
James Gray, tho monumental ma
son, shipped today two headstones to
Elizabethtown. They are neatly
carved from native rock.
Miss M. Bowles, a handsome and
popular young lady, left for Quincy
Tl I . 1 .1
in., tins morning, some ot inir
young gentlemen are disconsolate.
W. W. Kale, of El Paso, who is
leading a merry life, flitting from
place to place like a butterfly, is on
his way to Credo to "size up" the ex
New Orleans will witness a glove
contest on Wednesday, March the
7th, for a purse of $10,000. But
how about toe poverty stricken fami
lies of that city?
Any one proving to our satisfac
tion that ho is too poor to pay' 15
cents per woek for tho Free Psess
an have it free.
GOOD Al CHEAP.
One car load River
side Or anges .
One hundred Boxes
f ancy Lemons .
One car snowflake
Pot at oes .
Two car s f ancy Kans as
Ten car s choi ce green
One car field and
gar den s ee ds .
We buy i n bul k and
pack all our seeds
here i n Las Ve gas
200, 000 1 bs . extra
cl eannati ve oats.
All kinds of Produce.
Everybody buys from
puor. a. v. smith,
IJlaneliard St. I'irrl door Eaht of
the St menary.
Thorough Instruction. HeaiaonabloTcrms.
mm s wi's
Editors as a rule are kind hearted
and liberal. An exchange tolls of a
subscriber who died and left four
teen years subscription unpaid. The
editor appeared at the grave as the
lid was screwed on for the last time
and put in a linen duster, a thermom
eter, a palm leaf fan and a recipe for
Kansas, during her thirty-one years
of life, has accumulated 8,001 miles
of railroad. Many states are ahead
of her in years; only two, Illinois
and Pennsylvania, are ahead of her
in railway mileage.
Prof. J. U. Dion de Pierney
Lor Jons at Modetute Prices.
Planoi Tuned and Repaired.
Demarais Bld'g, Plaza.
CASH BUYS GROCERIES
CLOSSON & BURNS,
AS CHEAP AS ANY OTHER
PLACE IN TOWN.
M. O KEEFE,
THE OLD RELIABLE
OF LAS VEGAS.
Leave orders with M. S. Hart and
Cliaflin & Duncan.
- THE BEST BIND INS
IH NEW ME22I O
J. A. CARRUTH'S,
East Las Vegas, N. M,
All kinds of watch repairing done
on aliort notice. Have also procured
the services of a good watch maker
All work warranted for one year
BRIDGE STREET, Las Vegas
PEOF. JOHN A. HAND,
A limited number of I studious r"P
taken. Pupils nrepnrcd for any liur
peuu or cusiern oonservutory.
Studio oveb Mkrnin's music stokb
To tho credltorH nnd nil Dartlea Intorostod In
or having any elnlni or detiiauri uifiilnst tho e-
iiiio. pniueiir. uueuisanu tiiinirsor enur es 11.
iKirleilcr. uhhIv ned to me In truHt lor beneltt ol
eredltors liy thu ilccil of iUHlmiment of tho said
Chill ies II. riporleiler, ilutud the ail h day of
Ociolier, 1!1: Take imticu, that on Monday,
the'Jutb ilay of January, A.I). 1x113, Rml for
tnteo coiiHeeutlvo iitiys iminuillinely thorear
tor, I, 'i'hoiuas W. Hay ward, nald aiiiKnoo,
will bo present In person from 9 o'cloek n. m.
to 6 o'clock p. m. on encn of said days, at the
iilaee reeently occupied sa a More and plaoe
of tiiisinoHg by nald Charles 11 . Hporledur, situ
ated on tho west side of (Sixth street, south of
llouKlas avenue. In the town of Kast Las Vo-
(rif. in tnooouuty or ban Miirueluiid territory
of New Mexleo, and 1 will then mid there re
ceive and proceed pulillely to adjust mid al
low all aeeountH, eluiins uud demands airainst
said ostato, eireets und properly of said tts
siiruor, asiirned to mo iih atoresald; and you
and each of you are hereby imlilled to then and
there present to me, as such awdtfiice as afore
said, for adjustment and allowance, all claims
and doinauds.wUh the nature and amount thoro-
or. which you or any or you then have aKainst
the estate, property and elfects of said umiieii-
or, as otherwiso you miiy bo precluded from
any neueiit iroin said esiute, property and of-
lueis. jiiiiwas v. iiavwaiio, itssiiriiee.
Dated I as Vcuas, N. M., leo. 11, lNil.
The Eagle Cigar Store
. W OL.KSAI.B AND KETA1L. PKAI.EHD IN
mported and Domestic
and Smokers' Articles.
JOHN FEIKE & IHO.
Dry Ore Separator.
The very best. Uses no water No frcorlng
up. Haves IihuIIiik waste, have high per
eeutago. 8vud for eln ulars.
A. 1'. CiiiANOEK, Deuvsr, Colo.
5 '"f 1 1 Dealer In -
WXi California and Katlv O
O. .HAS N.K WW
yej.v.; s swl Uy
Las Vegas Academy,
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
Under the Auspices of the New West.).
Has tho following courses:
Classical, Scientific, Normal and Commercial.
Every department thoroughl equipped. A faculty of eleven
experienced teachers. The leading school in New Mexico.- Enrol
mcnt this year already double that of last year. ' "
For catalogue address G. S. RAMSAY.
J. ZZ. Tcitlobaum,
Manufacturers and Distillers Agent.
E;1:::,?:!!, Liprs, Cigirs I Urn
Billiard and Club lloom Attaehed.
Nog. 103 & 105, Wkst Si ok Plaza.
E. L. RKINEQAK.
C. E. NOUCUOSS.
Tb Lis Veas Brick and Suing Co.
UU1LDKKS AND CONTRA C'TO It B,
Estimates furnished for all kinds of buildings.
Shop on GRAND AVE,,
Opp. San Mlnuel National bunk.
BAGGAGE AND EXPRESS.
Goodn delivered to any part of !ho city.
EAST LAS VEGAS
Feed cS; Galo Stablo.
Good rigs and saddle burses always lu.
Hard and Soft Coal.
Sixth st. , East Las Vegas, N. M.
On Short Notice. Hates reasonable.
roughs Ave., bet. Cth and 7th
IS NO IfOKK A
Dead Sure Thing
than that the prices we offer in the line of
Room and Picture Mouldings
are without a parallel.
HILL 8c NISSOIM,
3sTo. 1, X3orroriji.s Ave.
ESAK1CI 1 IlCESmi,
Flmtsrs, k I fc
Also manufacturers of One Copper and
Sheet Iron Wares. OUice in rear of Skating
I. D. Romero,
Cheap : Store,
Boots and Shou
And General Merchandise.
M. Romkbo, Agent.
Southwest Corner of Plaza.
LONG L FORT, '
East Las Vegas, New Mexico.
PUEBLO AND DENVER,
SANTA FE : ROUTE:
Through Sleeper from Laa Vega on
Train No. 1 ; and Pullman Chauae at
L a Junta on Train Mo. 4.
O. T. NICHOLSOW.
G. P. T. A.,