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Mr, Charles L. Cooper I still indis
posed, having had an attack of in
Jada John R. McFie left for a short
Vittil tu hit family al Ijh Cruces.
It. Ilotchkiss, a Chicago merchant,
has secured rooms nt M. Vincent's sani
tariutn tor a lew days.
Mrs. Arthur Seligman has about re
covrred from her teceut i linens but is
still coutlned to her residence.
M Iss Jennie Call has returned home
from Las Vegas Hot Spring, where
aim had t)M-u vmiMug her sutler, Miss
Ml. 1.. A. Hiltflies Is slowly ImpioV-
ing and as soon at lile to travel, Mr.
and Mrs. Hughes will take a trip to
P. P. Collin, of Chicago, will arrive
in Santa r e on a short visit to Captain
and Mrs. S. II. Day during the coming
A. M. Per (rere, clerk of the district
court, expects to bring Mrs. Jlergere
and children to Sonta re for a peri.ua
Dent residence about March loth.
Colonel Venceslao Jxrainlllo, of the
governor"! stall, after spending a week
most pleasantly with inends and rela
tives here, has returned to his borne in
Kio Arriba county.
Miss Thornton, sibter of Mrs. J. 1).
Hughes, is expected to arrive during
the coining week from Los Ai'geles,
Calif., on a visit to her sister.
lr. and Mrs. A. C. licakyne, of
Philadelphia, are goes' at the Palace
They are traveling for pleasuie and
rest and are en route to California.
lion. .1. T McLaughlin, a member of
Santa Ke county's eilicient board ol
county commissioners. Is on a visit to
the city and is registered at the Palace.
Mrs. P. S-ligman expects to start
east during the next ten days on a visit
to her married daughter in Philadel
phia. Sha will likely remain east for
W. F. Cllver. of Albuquerque, land
agent for the íianta Fe Tactile, came up
flora the south and placed his auto
graph on the Claire register.
Miss Uuth Weir, who is favorably
rsmemlered by many friends In this
city, will arrive from La Porte, lnd
di ring the oiiilng week on a short
visit to her sister and then proceed
south on a trip to Mexico.
Captain S. II. Day, the efficient pretil
dent of the Water & Improvement
company, has returned from a three
weeks' trip through sugar beet raising
and beet sugar manufacturing districts
Second term examination began at
the college yesleiday,
A. W . Gilford has leased and bonded
the (alloway mine from Poy brothers.
O. A. Bennett has uncovered large
body of lead ore in J iear Canon, Organ
One of the most affecting lights of
the many sorrowful scenes, winch are
sooften witnessed at the depot, occurred
last Monday when a poor consumptive
left for bis home to die.
H. Z. Anderson, representing the
leasees of the Modoo mine, was seen at
the Hio tirando yesterday. Mr. Aniier
son was unable to state what will be
done in the development of the mine,
at the present time.
C. Karber and Mies Maud Cravens
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Cra
vens, were married on reb. zl, by itev
P. C. Meeker. They will make their
future home In l ine valley.
The report that there are now twenty
üvecxBes of mm 1 1 pox in Dona Ana,
proves to be untrue on Investigation
the sto.-y being denied by prominent
citizens from that town.
O. Y. Melton, of McKinney, Texas,
Is stopping at the central.
W. (. Urton was In from the ranch
on a business trip.
Ceorga II. Smith and wife, ot Went
Superior.' Wis., ara registered at the
C. L. Hutchinson and brother, of
Tennessee, have arrived here and are
tea itered at the Cential.
Frank Strickland, of F.Ik, spent a day
or two here and took the second degree
Col. A. R. Green, land office Inspect
or, arrived from Tucson, Ariz., Inspect
ed the land o 111 re. and left for Las
All of South Spring river neighbor
hood has Ixeti on the qui viva of
expectation since ciipld whispered that
Walter Elliot's heart bad been pierced
Expresa Agent Starkweather received
a line horse Irotn Dallas for the Pucillc
Express company's wagon. He Is
liirpe, handsome dark sorrel, well built,
and has splendid action.
Mrs. V. II, Walker, who ha been
here for some time a health seeker,
left for her home at Jonesboro, III. She
expects to return is soon as business
matters can be adjusted. She has
made many friends whllejicre who will
'j? ZI1 'o learn that she is to return
here to live.
Several representative citizens met
Mr. (.ami at the K P. hall to consider
the matter of a local society of the
Woodmen or the world. Another
meeting has been called and It Is ex
pected to complete an organ'7.atlon.
Lucius Anderson, uf Eddy, one of the
o'd timers 'here, left for Klondike. The
Masons and K. I s united in giving
Mr. Anderson a farewell reception,
followed by a banquet at the Hotel
Windsor. In losing Mr. Anderson, and
Mr. S. 1. Roberts, who will leave soon
for the same destination, Eddy loses
two of the best and most progressive
citizen fbe ever had.
Excitement ran high last Wednesday
over the rumor that Misa May Watson
bad been lost in the storm then raging
over the Jacaril'a mountains, in a
short time every man and boy was on
the hunt. She was found by hej
brother. The young lady had gone in
search of a pet lamb and after wander
ing around found that she was lost.
Married At the residence of Rev. J .
T. French, pastor of Trinity church of
1.1 I'aso. on the 12th or February. IH'.M.
at 7:40 p. m . the Hon George W. 1'rll
chard, of New Mexico, and Miss K.
(arman, of California. Mr. Pritclmrd
has been memlier of both branches of
the Territorial leg'.Uure, was t inted
States district attorney of New Mexico
tinder President Arthur, and is promi
nently mentioned for the same oilier
under President McKmleyi They will
make their future home in whits Oak.
Telephone in UBe: United States,
tHK) (); Germany, MO.OUO; England,
i&.txxi; Austria, 20.mil: I'rovlnce of An
gola. SK; Australia, 2IKX); Pavaria,
I.GUU; Pelglum, ll.uxj; Jintieu India,
y.iM); llulgaria, 3(10; Cape of Good
Hope, fiOU; Cochin China, 200; Cuba,
2.500; Denmark. 10.000; Finland, fl.OOO;
France, 3o.UK); Holland, 12,0U); Hung
ary, tu.ouo; Italy, h,iju.
The Hardy Men Who Handle Our
Transportation of r"relgh and
I'aaaengrra Will Make Good
Frctn ths Pst'y ipM.
Lis Vboas, !. M Fob. JS, mm.
Tbe present eacitement ovr ths blowing
op of lbs battleship "Maine" to Havana
barbor and all tbs talk about war with
8paln, which I being Indulged In by tbs
newspapers leads op to the qneetloa as to
wblcb elan of oar oittiene would make the
twit soldiers la ease actual hostilities
should be lo.
That Unrle Ham will have plenty of de
fender no one for a moment doubts; la tbe
national guards of our different Hiatea and
Territories, ws bavo a large, well drilled
body of young men brlmfull ot patriotism
and eager for tbe fray I
A large majority, however, of the young
men who eonetltu'a our national guarda,
areonfltted by previous habita to with-
land the hardships and prlvatlona wblrb
must neeeeaarlly fall to the lot of a eoldler
In active aervlce. Many bnld the position
of elerka and other inside occupations,
and are not Innured to tbe hardships wblrb
lose of rest, rough food and exposure to
tbe weether, would naturally bring on.
While do one double their wtlllngneae and
patriotism, etlll tbe toughening procese
would be fetal to a large proportion.
If we tura to our farming population,
we bare similar troubles to deal with.
The young man raised on a farm la used to
plenty of good wboleom fo' d, at regu
lar Intervale, and also has an unbroken.
every night's rest. The ties which bind
blm to home and family are eirong, and
while be would be able to withstand ex
posure to weather yet toe Independent
Ufa wbljh bs bes led rsuaes blm to fret
under tbs severe dialpllne which la necet
ssry In tbe army. Statistics from our
clvtl s ar show that tbe young men re
cruited from farms, succumbed to deaeats
mors qulnkl) toan those ot any utbar
class ot the' population. This was attih-
oted la a great nteasnra to worry and
bornéele nees, caused by restraint sol
separation from loved onee.
Tbe next great armyln tbe United ritetrs
III be reorulted from tbe rellroad mea.
Here w heve a body of meo Innured to all
kinda of hardship and exposure; meo wbo
work under a system of discipline fully as
strict ae that practiced la the
army, who are) osea o oneying
orders and who can anawer a
call or commend ae prom p' I y at midnight
aa at mldiiav. Irregular ineale or loaa of
sleeo out no figure with a railroad man
He la accustomed to such things and the
nature of bis calling makes blm scoff at
danger; while the ties that bind him to
family are Just aa strong among (railroad
men as any other olees, still a large prj
portion ara unmerited and are at home
wherever their bat Is off. Krom tbia class
of men will develops tbe bsat soldiers In
tbe world, and Unele Ham ie to be con
ratulated that he baa such material to
cboose from. Kaii.boadsb.
A curious industry iu some of the
province of China i the manufacture
of mock money fur offering to the
dead. The pieces are only half the
size of tbe real coins, but the dead are
supposed not to know the difference.
1 he dummy coins are made out of tin
hammered to the thinness of paper,
and stamped out to the size re
Persons walking on the railroad can
not get their feet caught In the froga If
new guard is used, which la formed
of kate brackets, bolted to tbe rail
suitable distance apart and carrying
bar which extends Into a slot and
makes the opening too small for the
foot to si:p lu.
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Recent sensational gold discoveries
In the Red. River district. Northern
New Mexico, lt.dlcate that this locality
will shortly be as widely celebrated as
Cripple Creek. Already the rush of
m!rira and prospectors has begun, and
by the time the snow has fully melted,
thousands will be ou the ground.
Take the SanU Fe Route to Springer,
X. M , from which point there is a
stage daily to ElixatwthtowQ, Hematite
and Red River City. For further par
ticulars apply to
t has. r . Jon rx, Agt.
Fon Sale. A good 30 inch pape
cutter, at this ofllce if
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