Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Carlsbad current. (Carlsbad, N.M.) 1899-1907, October 21, 1899, Image 1',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of New Mexico
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
VOL. VI J.
CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, SA'ITKDAY. OCTOBER 21, 18fli)
3mp$ liquors, ?
J cm a us, S
V CASH (100DS.
A. J. WATT. Prop'r
ON AND AT-raK OCT. I
THE GREAT T. & V.
on it or THK
FINEST TRAINS IN THE
WILL RUN 8BMI-WSBKLV
BAOH WAY TO
& SAN FRANCISCO,
Ik At Ul TO
to St. Louis Chicago
TEXAS PACIFIC R'Y.
Tfcreattt Uallai a4 rv Wartb
THE FASTBSTTTHE BYHH MADE.
A Pnlnco on Wheala.
n. p. TunHEn, a. p. &
Til nnnn P. Mn
ill iiiou a liuiuioiii:
HI Paw & NirtMorn itiiiwuy.
J.. MTM Alamoguidu :i:au p in
Arrivta El i'tutii 7:16 p. in.
I.enrM III Paso ui.mu in.
Arrive Alaiuogordo 2.46 p hi
ilklmr connection at Kl I 'ami for
thi Mat, weit and all puhiU in Mexico
CunuacUuK at Alatnogrd nh lite
stags line r- thf
White Oak Country.
WlilUOsske, HoDito. N.-imI tin
apt! il.ul" cnul Held.
VI u i nlilifl'tlllg with Tll'arosn Mage
1 1 in- winch I dive Alaiaiitforilo uflir
mrualol train each da) Leave
1 ni.ttos.i at io.:io a. in., l.u l.u tit '
tn., making connection with th- emitti
Ikhi ml train.
(Jen Mipt Tat ,V Pus Agt
11. Alt m-i it A : I A
Live Territorial News.
tmii iN4i uit.i. 1 i 'i
ml. imbii Hn Kill Mu
1 nn If,, .11 1 liar
1 1 all II
If ll)nrl4 HMklf Mm tjl
ui Ajuiili- l.y,d. TMIBI. IS a
iiuunili.. It. fcl4rAilwn,
rrealilxii. VI I llMiottNMil Omi II II
I lilt.lietl Inlltiteril O.lf ('nliinlr,.
WVhlnaUm. Oct. in President Mr
Klitley will. It l under-tood. devote
ooiteirieridite attention In IiIh fnrlhrtiiu
Itiff atintinl tntiHKiKU tn niHitlwr esitrtt
tlv tiriitirli of tho ffoVoriiinent with n
onbiiiut iilfli-tT tit ll liwil. to hnvo
olmriid of liittirntutt ami forclsn cam
nitron It pfMiiiN to Iki pretty well nettled
tlmt n rwHiimneiiilatlnii will lio for n
new ilHirtinuiit of oouitnetrra. hut Its
full oop U ntlll n mnttflr for (IIwiikIoii
ntHl will prnlmbly not Ih ilHii1ml until
vnrionii xiiUintlimto oIMpIiH of Hik gov
crnuiniit linro mihiulttMltliHtlntn wliioh
they have Imhiii riintHtel tn furnUh nml
tlnn Iiiih lwiii a twin-nil rlmtiKK of
tIuwh nroumt tin; imhluet tnhlo.
An ottrly hi June lnut tho pwliloiit Iw
Rnii tn kIvo nitmliliirntloii to tliln nulijni't
nuil ut tlmt tlinocnllril fnriliitu iniiffrii-
InK tho control of mtlonlcn hy furttlK"
powurit nml of th nstiinlmi of our n.iu
inorce Into fori)I;u IIiiIiIh. A crut Uul
of thU liiforiimtliin Imw Inmui coiupllml
nml varlotiH uMulnl of llm uiliiiluUtrn
tiou uru workliiK on hull vi'lual jiIhiii
for tli'i urmitlnn of hiiuIi ii now ih-imrt-tnoiit
hn propOHixl. Theru arc mini' illf
forotii'a of opinion in to putting tlio
now colonlitl ikjisi'HiIoiih iinilur t con
trol of 11 dopnrt nif ut to Iwilnvotiil It cf
Ijr to nuiiiiori'4. fioiiii) of thw fuvor
tlio ercnlloii of u mw hnrr.ui
in tli Htato ileiHirtinont to Iumo
coutrol of tlio oolonliiH nml thr crcutloii
of n now oiceutlvo ilnpnrtincnt which
will nbiorh all Imiuuhon rotating tn tho
roKiilutloti of luturiitnto connnorcti nml
tho oxtennlnii of our forelKti oouiuirco
iu foreign Held which im now (flitter
ed nuiotiK the mjvorol oxociitlvc depart
riiontn. All iiKree howover, tlmt the
war tlepartnieut which in now In con
trol of nil tin new ilopotideuolen In not
the proper ilopnrtmont tn hnvo jurisdic
tion over tlione iomosIouii when n civil
government hit been nubstltutodfnr the
MuNi for Hi Truit.
Kongn City. Oct. IH - Twcnty-llvu
carload, of mule fur The Transvaal,
purclnmcd In tills market by tho Kiik"
Hull tjovcrnuiont within the pant ten
days, were iitartod for New Orleaui.
Another trnlnload will follow for tho
same polut within a few dayu An es
timate nn 300 ton of hay for uio lu tho
South African campaign wan made.
I(ic, (llrtt lloml.
Dttllm, Oft IK- .L.T.lhovea of Mottut
Pleasant, Tex., was placed under a bond
of $700 In nwuit the action of tho grand
jury for killing tlm negro Oeorgo Iiowli
ut the Snntu Fe-t'ottou lielt deot here
Sunday ulghL Mr. IteevtM gave the
band pmmptly and left fur his home.
U'.tl.r If v KIIUil.
llreuliam, Tox., Oct. 18. - Now ha
jttit roaiilitHl the city that Walter Ha
ven wan shot nml killed nt Ivs. Tho
IHirtlwilHwof the tragedy cannot bo
obtained. Ires is a small station on the
Sauiervall lirauoh of the Manta Ke nind
oast of Conroe.
llnmUlyn hall, fur MaulU.
1'ort Mouro,Vt..Oct. IK--The cruiser
Ilresklyn left llnuiptou Itaadg Iwind for
Munlk by the Hues: cnnul. The battle
HhlH 3lat4eliatti ami Indiana ami
tke omlew Nkw York ban sailed for
New York. The Thxm I taking ooal
at l.!i;iilrt'. lotnt.
I1II..I III, Ouutrao.
! lJiHibani, Tax.. ()ot l& The eoNtCMt
let to a party of this dty hy the HnglUlt
! governuieHt for I SOU army tltttlu fBr
aervlra In TUj Truiwraul. ha about
; been filled. )rr tw mitl are quaj J
i teretl nt the fair KraumU north of the 1
Haling Null on Trial.
I BheiiMau, Tex.. Oct 1 8. --The oaaf
, Q. W liMinmi. va tlw Oulf. Colorado
' and HhiiIh I'e Itnilway coiiiHiuy, a suit
for damage In the sum of i 1 0.000 was
call I lier iu the dUtrlct esurt mid Is
now on trial
, I'ukiiuitii Man IMIWit.
llreahum. Tax., Oat & -A man was
run over by a toHthboMml freight tralu
on i'i Hautit Pe en the lrfg dump in the
norUwH iwrt of the alty and liistantly
killed. Tiwre was nothing by whluh
he oould be IdsiitlHod.
ftfrr Hie war Ku avernge of 01)00 of gold
a day mn obtained In that section by
IhoiisauJi of mltitts who found emplojr
mut bat who returned home to Metleo
dining theolfll war.
Dr. Ktinpp and A. II. (IIImoii hnve no
.jutrrO a,00() acre of placdr laud adjoin
ing the OtlU grant which ther nlnlm Is
Hohtr III gold lliau nujr pUeer the, far
dlacotertd In the territory.
l'lne apeoimetia of eopier ore ruiiiilng
fO per ueut In nopper wern bfoaght to
the ally today by inu who Imrc licn
pnwpMling Iu the inoniiinln aroand ltd
city. They nUo lirought with them ser
eral ie1tnen of ore showing free gold.
! One spt-eltneii HMfiywl rlKht otiueee of
L'hHitrrult' i-elerj prop will Ninonnl tn
nw IftJfW rtoscn Imnelie Hits ytmt.
A ealleo ball In Tnlarnsa was a miriety
event a law iitahu ago. There was nulla,
mi nrrny afhaaiil) preeent.
V. I), Tlptan lis iwrehaiwil lire Inletwl
af,l. It. Mghtfom la the I nlnrmNt livery
.MntUB ami will ernillime to run lite tuiil
nmnt llienlil itaad.
Itcv. V. K. .Inhnson ami funill) left AU
bnrjtioftHe fur I'rreenit. The revftetid
gatltlattmii viill asBHme etiarge nt the A.
M. It. elmreli In ItwM-oit.
Joefph A. Walker, a aNH-ial giivcrnuieut
otlletal who was in Las I'miti ai a wit
mm lii a fottnierfeitliiK ae, lm left for
hlsheaitqnartirs lu Denver,
i..ii, !..,. ...... . ... . ......
oircim ..iviiimii. iv-iiiiini i.na mm ,
from Clmperllo where he made the ttet 1 K '
Ot Temlnm I teen, one of the imrllei. uteiill-, A nUUOUKOUS (lANtl.
fled with the t'liapprlto Imlil up nlwut a ., ... nrr
week nao. Pftcd to Have Killed a Umtclicr In
.ludge .siimsbur) . f. w. Uwis ana other i , S"", A)lKllcl, Coui,t'.
nifffibei o( the ludisn iieprwIalNm rlnhiw I A lMrM l,mt '" '"ld
eourt are In Sororm. They have mialntas , "'R ,or -tnnll sottlemetils and hold,
unoughoii linuil to leijulre Hie sltllna of Ing up sheep oNinp In Hnn Mlgusl conn
the eon r l for nenrl) a month. ; ty, went tn the hou of f Inrrntliiu (Ion-
.1. ltd Dwen Is in .SiMiirm with .Imlge ' aalas, at Cornaon, klllwl him and shot his
ijlnnolwry. Alter doing some iter lea I , lyr -old hoy In the shoulder, badl;
work In eoiiueetlnu with Indian tleprarin woaiidlng htm, several day ago.
thin claims he w III mi In hla old home Two mm entered the house, one staj lug
in l.as t'rtu-es m pa ,i shnrt iu. oatslde, and the hoy was shot by the mnn
L'leofsa llnnicm, ilepuly slierlg .,4i, miUlde, when he attempted to make his
.iiiBiieieouiiij, nisiieiiif arrew oi jiareus otenpe. I li wife and daughter of the
A rngni, ai l. a Villus, lie I ehatgeit with murderetl nmn. the ilauirhter being blind,
. -i . . '. . , ' I . I ""d lioaseand hid
ilnr Mn 1 14 sin I si In it in urn r lurnrs. iIim mmiiuI
... 1 ' I until innriniiet. wlm" tUy
A If. . 1. ..,(.- I 'kt.l.l. I I
i i .iiiiiii viiuikcu ttiin l(Uii.-.
Hubo I'arne of Tulnroae, wns brought
to Alnmogottto Kuiulny morning nml lodg
ed In Jail to nnwer the ahnre of rnpe
preferred by his rou iti-lnw, says the
Alnmngordo News. II l hearing oc
curred before .lustice While Monday,
and he wns bound over to the grand Jury
in the fum of $1,000. He Is accused of
hiving improper relations with his IK
yenr-olil daughter, Mollie t'nytie, The
girl's testimony was to the edict that
since her molhrr diet) lint May she had
been living with her father (u the rein,
tloushlp of ''wife," but that she did nut
know that the law poseested Jurisdiction
in the innttor until Iter condition became
such that she could no longer hldo It
from the neighbors nnd she was ndvised
then what to do. People from Tutnrona
state Pint the father nnd daughter have
acted more like swctharf than father
and daughter sluee Mrs. Payne's death,
and that she seemed to reciprocate tho
affection that her father larished on iter.
When Payne wn arretted a mob of
Tulorinn citizen gathered nrouud nml
his sou In-law reu,nested tiin slierllt to
get him nwny Immediately or ho would be
taken from him and lynched. .Sheriff
Uakur cnmly told them that he would
kill Hi tlrst in h ii Hint attempted in take
his prisoner from him, and his well known
determlnailnu and fear!tiMe checked
(lold Nuggets plentiful.
A special from Hantn Fe says: Mining
essiteinent rnns high sluee the pnrchnse
of the Orlht grant by Kdlson any the an
noiinrement that he Is uoulldent nt taking
881)0,000)00 worth ol gold out of his new
Jusntlrtu of flnlUioe I here nnd oar
rlee with him a haudtnl of gidd nuggets
each of wbieb (s worth nt least fft. The
gold was found iu the southern part of
the county. Mr. Uillx relates tlmt his
father snms Iwtuty or thlrtv years ago
pieked up tboesat'ds of Jullars worth of
gold afler every rain in that vislnllr. IU-
lu the bushe
until morning, when they onlled nt Ihe
hmiieof Aulonlo (Irelgo, who untitled
Ueputy Hlierlir Cordova at (,'linperltn of
tlio crime, t'he inurder Is eupposed lo
hnvelieeu oommitted Thursday ulixht.
Deputy Hherllf Cordova with a posne of
lo men I now iu pursuit ol tlm murders
L'orn.on Is tfO iiiIIm from dhnpnrlta.
The Rlncon Robbery.
Aboia 2 n. m. Monday the postulllrn at
llincon wn robbed, as was also tke saloon
of I). L. Castillo. Mr. Castillo bring
oauett nt ulioul that hour In the morning
by a late reneler or an early riser, whose
thirst was imperative, went lo his saleon
nud found the bnok door open. Search
dlieloted the loss of eight hollies of
whisky, two gold collar buttons and two
It was nut until considerable later in
the morning it wns discovered that the
postoltlee had also been broken Into nnd
rilled The loss nt this place consisted
of money nud stamps, nmuuutlng tu fCO.
Sheriff Pat flarrett was summoned by
wire and arrived on the first suhsrtiutut
train. His Investigation led to the fol
lowing facts: The robbery was commit
ted by U tramps who took the first south
hound freight but two of ihem were pnt
off at Knrlham while the other
oeoded in riding n far ns
wheta they too were ejected
Unprrl illilil Snow Ntotlil.
Lenilvlllo, Ooln . oat. ia-I'or mars
than a week u snowstorm of unprece
dented severity for this time of tho year
has been raging lu he mountain ur
rounding Leadvllle Dno Hook of 1400
sheep nnd a herder Willi them were lest
Tho name of Ihe shepherd Is not known.
Oilier largo Hoekthave had heavy losses
and nn word has been received from
many other known tn lie still In the
mountain pastures. Two pnMpeator.
front Tennessee Park attmnpted.to crni
Mount Leon last Tuesday and one has
just arrived iu Lendvillp. Ho soys the
bllzaard came upon them when they
reached the summit. It was only by
tho greatest eserllous Hint lltoy made
their wny. They pued a Hook of WJ
iliecp. tunny of which perished lu the
-I hey Mlifil the llalilti l'i.
8t. .Inwph. Mo . I VI. IH. Mrs I'rntwaa
Krnu thinks she cnrwl fnr ami luirtwl
another woman's child liar own child,
aim Ixdleves, Is nllve. but she is unnbln
to leiirn lis wlierenlstuts. Tho story In
vnlvoM Himnii Hteru, stierintcudeut of
ohnrlties: Mrs. Iftldy. cfinduroress of n
maternal home nml lmby farm nnd
Mrs. Alsup. who thinks alio is the
mother of tlio child, whose funornl ox
twtises were paid by Mrs. Krnu!. Mrs.
Kraut had n very pretty girl baby,
which she loft temiHinirlly with Mrs.
Rddy. Hhn nllnges Hie infant was sold
to strangers and when eight mouths
later she called for her baby she was
given another, which soon died. Mrs.
Kraut in court will endeavor to prove
I'iiuiiiI Hand In III, Huge?.
Hoblusou. Ills.. Oct. IH. Ho ooe liv
orlnghum, a young mnn who lived in
Hutousville. was found dead In his bug
gy near that place with a bullet hole in
his left brciKt. He had bean hero dur
lug the night lu company wltb a young
girl of this place. He had a quarrel
with Jack Kluions while bore. Tho sup
(Misitlon Is that Kverliighnui was either
waylaid or shot himself accidentally.
When found he was rcollnlng on the
buggy soat. noun, ana tho horse was
walking toward Hutousville.
On Nsrr t'si at N'air Orleaiii.
Now Orlcuus, Oj. 18, -Tho board of
health report for .Sunday and Monday is
ono now case ot yellow fovor and no
Arthur R. O'Quinn,
LMnt lue Hehllli anil
fiit eia iibicksfflithlng, Cnrrtnw jaiin
lug ami winmI work of nil Ufflds.
HSQ"1"! machine unit 1J,ki
PS50 all ktml. of repairs.
ntlily. N. M.
M want and only n
SB what tuiti -at
S ynu whan you nK
S you Printing R
18 The Currant HE
Anthony, from the
L. L. COOK,
Will leiimr hrwkeu and ut of order
I'uiiil, Windmills, eir. All kinds o Murk
Leave orders nt I rai-
ft Mi Kwan
Thrs 1'infer t Hi lUrllu Tr.aljr Will
Waslilnglwi. O s 18 - Surgeon Ocn
eral Sternberg at id that ample provis
ion baa been made by the war depart
ment for supplying troops In the
Philippine with medieal attondnncc.
General Sternberg sent a dispatch to
Lieutenant Colonel A. A. Woodhtill,
deputy surgeon general, and chief sur
geon of tho department of Hi Pfloiflo,
informing him that sluee Aug. I. six
medical officers of the regular establish
ment ami SI contract surgms have left
Ban Francisco for Manila i:ery trans
port that now rendu Manila hss on
board madleal oiflc-rs who will 1m hs
elsjntd Ut duty by (leneral litis. The
dlipaich etHt by (leueral Hletnlierg
was In rasuntwe to a liieessx from
Ueutaiwut Cohutel Woodlmll. asking
that the iW uddliiunal mNiloal oftleer
and IN aditkmal unraes It sent Immedi
ately to the lntllipidrnM. In addition to
those now oh their war to MhhIIu. ami.
Sternberg said tlta' 10 uomutlaakMd
metlloal atllear nud trfo contract ,ur
cesns are amter orders to resrt tn Ui u.
There are now iu the Philippines W
f am ale iiurfw. mid orders were given to
80 more to sail from New York to Ma
nila. There are l private of the
hospital cnriM now in the Philippines,
and 900 are under ordss. Medical
oflleers on the way mid under order to
Manila are in addition to the oouimaud
of oases of roltinteei reulmetiln. Bach
refitment has three commission l uiedl- X.
oal oftlrer and a force of hosidtal oorps
General Stertilierg states that to far
aa ho is adviaad the Increase In the med
ical force is not deeirad became of auy
Increase in diseata among tho troops,
but in or 'w to bo firepared for any
amergenviesiiu the coming oampalgu.
I Bryant &
pQintoro onrl S
I UIIIIUIU uiiu i
( Paper Hangers I
? Decorators S
and 8l?n )
) Wrltoro.... j
) SnUafuolioll niltrnntaeil
? Wo allow ntin
tn ttrtltprlihl na
nruilticr work ?
S. T. BITTING,
EDDY, NEW MEXICO.
Dry ( J omls,
( Splits Furnishings,
II oust! Furnishings,
A tn in unit ioti
Sporling (loads. Sndillory,
Largest Stick aMLowost
Prices in the City.
H A Vim- PATTERN
?S i ..ku ie tittj sab-!
;c .tiiMr. unit tcuis a yer.
I rils CALL'S
3 it ihirtst iiirti'
! A IAWS MAGAZINE.
T ...4 li
I., i.' 3:
4 lai Sl-
tS 'sy 1 "
S li -. i. . .
C fttvliab. K. . .!.'.. Sinilil-. llp.tiv 3;
S tl4lr. I.. ..ii.nu. .1 untl At..lti1clr S-
C rn'.i i ! r.r '4iitii.
S N.8ni. Allow sn I'.IUtn, t
-&aa4iai ot S, ..' 3
ji Tltfi McCAlX CO., I
:s 118 US WHl IIOi SI.. M Vtlk.g
Pecos Valtey Uoilbstein 1 1
tH' M artolssd
liu p. ut. PaiSste
marl IT. i
Siaoa. m. am vest out t
Sh hi . f
k. tt ii
Trelu No. II
a ni j jj
jjlBn. m., eou'wietlna with
, ilK law
ui luluruialluii re.
l Ihl- valley, iirlrr
IlUN H IK.Sa1 i ,
(lenL I'rt V !
ShilMU N M
Inre guaranteed to bo
1 to our most expensive Ideal."
Tke "IDEAL" No. 44 lis Use ritlt.
0.1S 01 Otlt LBADCK9. price only $10.
it QHiisnttc It in every respect. Koth-
lag cktsp slMKt It but the price.
: Male rrsularlvln.33. ,3S snl.Jsl-
ikr. tlw-fire. .?.1.K) aTBTt'Aa, .SatS.X
Sl'llt -1.11. NIZltS, 918.00.
V'.VEHS ARMS KND TOOL 10.,
wiawP O. Box
i. oi'll I'ALLS.MASi.