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WB CARRIZOZO NEWS
Gakki.ozo Nhw Mitxico.
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KOIt COUNTY HUIIVUYOH
I'hnNKWNlit nulliiirliiHl In natiiiiiiirn Hint
W, II. Ihmljr l h cnmllilnto (or iiMlctlon totho
nlllco of Count) Hurrpyur. milijrti to Ibr action
of tlia ilwuocrnUc rl
Two weeks ago, in the Capital!
News, the announcement was
mudu that the Cakhizozo Nkws
would be its successor. The
stntciucnt is vcrilieil today the
Gakkizozo rs'itws is a fact. The
initial number is not what it
should be nor what we should like
it to be, of which fact wo arc
only too conscious; but we feci
that our readers will not be hasty
in their judgment, or, at least,
that they will reserve their criti
cism until we have become butter
acquainted with conditions.
Our old subscribers need no
introductory statement all they
want is a better paper, which we
hope to (five them but to our
new subscribers just a word. We
have come to Carrrizozo to be one
of your number; to do what we
can toward the upbildingof town
utid country, and prosper, if we
may, with you. As the town
grows, so will the Nuw.s; and our
desire is to aid every enterprise
that will lead to that end.
In politics the Nuws will be
democratic, and its advocacy ol
democratic principles will be as
earnest and strong as it can be
made; yet it will not become par
tisan enough to promulgate any
thing at the expense of truth.
To our republican friends, many
of whom are already subscribers,
and their number, we hope, may
lie increased, we confess we are
as fur apart, politically, an the
poles, gcograpically; but that has
not interfered with our business
and personal relations in the past,
neither do we believe it will in
the future, hvcry man is enti
tled to his opinion and the right
to express it.
We again wish to thank our old
friends for past patronage, hope
to murit the same from new oiiet;
thill in the word of the author,
w'hoiic language, on launching a
now volume, was more lorcible
tliilt! oloquuut, said:
'Ha. Itilttt iHMiklrt,
Itattnii an liiffitHvrt mhim.
Uattt whrnVnr fna !mvt waat
TtmUn OKIAI. DUA1UCKATS A1UGT.
The most harmonious, enthusi
astic ami best attended conven
tion ever held in New Mexico, by
any party, adjourned at Roswcll
yesterday, after a two days' scs
sieott. Democrats from the forks
of the creek were there, and when
those boys get together there's
something doing, doing. Space
and time, however, are lacking
to give the full details, and we
shall merely mention results.
Hon. 12. V. Chavez, of Albu
querque, wuh made temporary
chairman, and delivered a iMost
able and scholarly address. The
usual committees were appointed
and the convention recessed. Re
convening, the committees re
ported, and James l' Iliukle, of
Roswcll, was chosen permanent
A platform was adopted, in
structing the six votes of New
Mexico for IJryan as the party's
candidate. W. H. Hunker, of
I2ast Lus Vegas, placed the name
of Hon. O. A. Larrazolo before
the convention for delegate to
congress, and every county in the
territory seconded it.
A. A. Jones was chosen na
The convention decided to elect
a double delegation, uacu dele
gate to have half a vote. The
delegation, selected by districts,
is as follows:
First: J. II. Crist, Rio Arriba;
Marccliuo Garcia, Santa Fc.
Second: Summers Ilurkhart,
Hernalillo;Clias. KaiT, Valencia.
Third: W. 11. Walton, Grant;
Milium Torres, Socorro.
Fourth: - Jouu Morrow, Colfax;
Eugetiio Romero, Moro.
Fifth:--ll. A. Richardson, of
Chaves; J. 11. Harris, Roosevelt.
Sixth: A. II. Hudspeth, Lin
coln; J. 12. Wharton, Otero.
Lincoln county territorial cen
tral committeemen: John A.
Haley and Scipio Salazar.
Carrizozo Townsite Co. I
Business aud Residence Lots lor Sale.
Any Location Orslrcil.
Iua O. Whtmoku, Prest.
A. II. IlAimiv, Mgr.
Southwestern Hotel and Wine Company.
Ilraiich at Capital! i
Liquors, Brandies and Wines
For Familv and Medical Use.
Sole Agents for Cedar Run Whiskey, bottled at the Distillery in
Kentucky under Government supervision.
Anheusur-llusch (St. Louis) celebrated lludwciscr Hour.
Nothing but the Best.
MEALS 35 CENTS
IUTUS I1Y KI1CK OH MONTH
ROOMS IN CONNECTION
find ( Alamo. Ave. Alain Slr"'t
latcd parts of the town are being J7RANK J. SA015R
moved into the business section..
Nothing like getting together,! FIKE IISSURACSCI!
even in a town like Capitail. j Notary Public.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Norton are i oniw to itMtMuilkitkahirtiMw,
all smiles thco days. 1 heir i
house has been safely moved to ' q J. WOODLAND
its new foundation on the Alta.
WH afo rosrotvlug now, bright,
MTtteii alfalfa ttu.y. John 11.
A number of prospective set
tlers visited our town this week.
F. M. Hobbs is preparing to
move a building from Coulora to
Johnson Hros. received a flue
lot of registered Jersuy bulls last
week from Missouri.
, F. M. Crockett passed through
from the lilock ranch country
this week with a bunch of cattle
to his range on the Itonito.
A replevin suit for possession
of a while burro was settled out
i of court this week aud the animal
restored to its rightful owner.
Dr. Cowart has found plenty of
buiiies since locating in Capital),
and is pleased with the outlook.
' Llo was called to Angus Tuesday
to attend u sick child, but arrived
I too lata us the child had diad ho
; loro ha got there.
; Capitau is pulling ittolf togu
, thor, so to speak. A number of
' buildings that have silooil in iso-
after several weeks of annoying
delay and hard work. The build-
CONTRACTOU & ItUlLUHU
ing was moved from Coalorn hist'
Capitau is to bo a "city bennti-
ful." The ladies have organised ! JISID & LITTLI5
a club and hove employed itiuti . COiVPIlAffrillls A mlII ,...
and toams to clean up the streets ) rAOT0KS & RUIL.DUUS
and allets iir well ns viicaul lot pimwhw) tktiHMtm imlllMiir lliitttltima
and back yards, of nil rubbMi,
tin cans eic This i a matter
of much importance fmni a u Hi
lary point of view, as well as im
proveinent in the appenrnuce of
the town, and the ladii- are en
titled to great credit for their
work, aud it is hoped that now
the work has buen initiated bv
them, the ''lords of creation" will
join in and sec that it is continued.
(ttniaUd urn akurt iiutlo,
Cjrrizoo, Now MyxhioJ
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JjARfllfiR & 01I3RKB
AiTOUNIIVS & COUNCIJLliORS ?
I't.itlcclii (lie DUilM
n( IliO IVrrltitry,
Toilet Articles, Etc.
Carrizozo, Now Moxioo
JJALL & SPU5NC12
i'otiwmUmi mmI Mlala Law n RiMititU-.
NuUnr in OMm.
llank Uuilditjg, Carrlaoau.
POSI OFFICE BARBER SHOft;
Flitoiluwi Work. i
HOT AND COLD UATMS.
CHAS. ADAMS, Manager