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CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5W, 1890
1 IL - 8 i
iiAUPIilLI) & CANTRIII.L,, Proprietors.
3M WINUS, 5
A. N. 1'JIATT, l'rop'r.
ottaud Arrxn oerr. to
THE QREATT. & P.
Sunset jmited; j
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FINEST TRAINS IN THE J
WILL HUN BKMI-WBEKLY a!
EACH WAY TO g
LOS ANGELES J
01 SAN FRANCISCO, g
St. Louis Chicago I
TEXAS & PACIFIC R' Y, I
TUrptMtb IHllM tnd 7t. Wutk.
TflS FASTEST TIHB EYBR MADE. 8
A Palaoo on Whoote. J
St ouitrt Uskct Btcl 1st turtssr A
E. P. TURNER, Q. P. A T. A., S
El Paso & I
El Paso & northeastern Hallway.
Loavoa Aluuiogordo !1:90 p. mi.
Arrlvo 111 iiio 7:IB p. in.
Leavoe Kl I'bbo I0:!t0 h hi.
Arrive; AlBtuoRorUo Si-l p. ui.
Mnktng ootiiiecilon at UI I'sao fur
tno oast, weei Him hii puiuia in aiuaibu.
ConnwtUMC at AlniiHHjordo with the
stoKu una fur ino
White Oaks Country
White Onke, Uoulto, JJwjale, Qmy,
aim Swluuo ooo news.
AIM MiiiiiwtlUK with Tnlaroeo stage
lino whloli Imtm Alainogordo after
arrive! of trniu bucIi day. Leaves
'1 ulitroea at 10 JO h, in., U Liu t IS
in , looking; eouneoliou with Urn aoutii
A. S. Oxtuo,
Uon Supt & Tkt fc Vau Agt
II. Al.lDCAHUKK. A. 0. 1'. A.
Anrnn tndlM ik.irU unit dwflfttMi "
flulrtlr MWUM t.ir i.ihi..n iim mImM-
IutmII.hi U urvkal.lr iml.iHal.ia ( '
M ! WW
wiener (of teciruv
thruuyh lluuii .
lumt uin. la
8iBi Hrw York
4 r UTMUlS2twu, U. U
A hwdwHodr IIIh
TMO 9BMJ.VliKLY NBWJ5
Uw) I publltlted TuoM)Kft aid rmtairt.
Bacb Imhm poiiti ol niakt wur. TUth
ISOlM uiit the Uon and n, .SStanf
vona ai nnerai iww iiwiiar, miuinuau
meiM, tie. we oner th HonfwwKijr
w nu the ovtmrnt (or U nonni. for the
clubbing price 01 tttt omb.
MbucnptiiHi Ht once
you three mmn week or 1M Denen r veer
torn Hdlciiloudr low prloe. ltna III your
A RUSSIAN TRAGEDY.
Prlnen Krwttnlklli'N AoeoMHt nt (tin
Aa'HtMMlnalliiH if AlixMUer II.
A bom I) wit thrown uihIit 'lie iisr'
lroDclml rnrrlniie to mop It, Knyit I'rlnoo
Uroputkln In the Moptembwr Atlantl.
Several ClrniMlnu of tbv ccort were
woiinUH. UioikolT, whu lluiiK the IiouiK
wa arreoteil on tho put. Then, al
though the conrlininn of the enr
emtiOTtlr mlvUcd lilm nut to gi't out,
MrlnK bat Ihi could drive lilm ntlll Ih
the llchtly dnmngnl enriiaK, be 1t
pn ont. Uo fell tlit hli mUltorr dig
nlty wmlretl Mm to tin- wonndii)
OlrcnMlnm. to condole with tbcm a be
bad dobv with the wounded during the
TurkUli war, when a mad itormtng of
I'levna, doomeil to ond In n terrible ill
Hater, wn mnde on the day of hi fete
He apitroscbed Itraukoff and asked lilut
aometblng. and a be paMunl t'liu try
nuothcr youug wan, ililncr-x'-"
latter threw III bomb at their feet, lie
tween bluiNelf Hiul .VJosander II. au that
both of tbem Httould'be kllleil br fit
terrlbla engine. They lived but n fmv
Tltire Aleznnder II lay upon the aoow,
prufuaely bleeding, ubnudnm-d by urerr
oii't of bli follower! All bad dliappeareii.
It wna vaUata, reluming from the parade.
wb lifted the bleeding war from the
hmuw it lid put hint hi n alvdge, covering
bin ulilvorlng body with it cadet luontla
Riid bti bare bead with a cadet cat). And
It wait one of the tcrrorUta, lsuiellannrf,
with a bomb wrnitixtl In a patier under
lit arm, who, nt the rUk of In-lug arrent-
rd on (uo apot and hanged, rutbud wltb
the cadet to the help of the wounded
man. Human nature li full of Uiote contrast.
Than ended the tragedy of Alexander
H'i life. 1'iodIo could nit undemtnud
how It waa jMlble that a caar wbo bad
done o milch for ltusata abotild Unvo met
hU death at tho bantli of rerolutumlit.
I'll me, whu had the chance of witne-
Ing the I! rut reactionary atopi of Alex
ander II and lil grnditnl deterioration,
wbo had caught n gllnipo of bla complex
peraoually that of a bom autocrat,
wboae violence waa but partially mitigat
ed by education, of a man poaawud of
tnllltnry gallantry, but devoid of the
courage of tbe atnteaman, of n man at
strong panakiii aud weak will It seemed
that tbe tragedy developed with tbe un
avoidable fatality of one of Mbakeepeare'e
plays. Its last net waa already written
tor me on tbe day when I benrd him
ddresa ua, tbe promoted olHeers, on Jutt
1& 1SK, Immi-iilataly nftar tbu 11 rat exit
outleua In 1'olainl.
The Ileorcimo of SIlllc IlrlnUltiK.
Tlmre la little iiuwattoji Unit tbe puUie
haa beeome aoKiawuat suipteloua of milk,
uuil that many hesitate to drink It an
freely "H In arllM' yanrs. ThU suspicion
la more pronounosd In ISuroie than In
the United Htatcs. Oiran the continent
of Btirope the amount ef milk which U
uwl raw Is really very swsll. nnd ap
parantlr Its oh la this aosdltlou Is dsa
iluetl to eeasa. i'rofeaaor II. W, Ootm
Ui ABtdctons Popular SekmN Monthly
Whi tl It wsteej mtck ejantleai Hgsslllii
Is ets laat dsssl U IN tyM bet sewt
WrtMT et he sad ef ilistgn N tastl
TImn (tart Tyissl
Vwatr Is Mh ol gM mere tseal briaM
Tata last astsoa KIm Heary taneli wt
When they ant by th sullei fsflt BgM
ret MsaaaUp's ttsa ask
XUt rsssM tasH U f a alaatJer sbsas
. Thsa ('sr tu oeaaei by mm loom Head
T kaxt ail last arhe mm (to Uaeala i
TattBasaoaai lBaaaaasBAai dgVggugea aaVsitf
nreaagjwi fsnaVrWfsjal tasPPiaswy vflMaM
Tba flrat frost of the mmmii linn baaii i4t
AMMoionlit's how bank wilt b tmilt af
There ra 800 men at work nn the rati,
way Una from TolmggRti to Clninlsmfu
A tniMat worth IM1.W was taken from
lire Wsimse planers uaar Rllanbatlitown,
Uolfax osuHty, neimllr.
Jimrph Matzlniar. ho Mt a iprtHK mm
far iMirgisrs nnd caused theilralli of an 111
noet'iit parly, It la maimed, is ntt trial nt
Alhminenrae fur murder. The hamleuls
ocenrred in lW.
An Odd Fellows lotliM at Itlnnd was In
stituted Katnrday last, IUi twatiiytne
mnbra. A bsiiipiet was given. This I
thA first fraternal todav aatabllahl at (Its
en hi p.
Hx Henalor Warner Millar, of Kaw York
lantllltind looking at the Crown Point
mine, In which he recently Invnstwl. The
owners oxpect to make expanslvo tniprova
menu and work Ilia property at an early
United Statex Inspeeter of eon I mines, J.
V. Plemlne; of Nllvt ; City, says tlmt the
coal mines on lira UI Peso A Northeastern
railway nra not yet producing largely.
Otia slope is dawn 800 feet and has a 8-foot
vein of coal at the bottom. Three cars wr
day aro nhippeil along the railway route.
TheonmpiinylsdnlnK development work,
rather than seeking to pmduee.
Red UnndatiA Ml no Sold.
Coif ft x oounty tins seorod nnoUior his
tnlHlng tintisactioti, sIiiiwIiir tlmt minltiK
men from lha outside iirelosiclimx on to
tli mineral Kistbllltl(M of that oounty.
lames Lynch ha sold the Itml Ifcinihttm
Kroup near Kltealmthtnwn for 9MO,000 to
U.i Mnntexumn tloid nnd 1'lnrcr comiHtny
orgnnil In Kntiana City nnd n imynmnt
of halt tho puroims) prleo Hm bean mnde.
Tho proiorty conilits nf llio Itml lian
dans, which hns Ihnmi profitably worlmd
for u number of years, the JCinpirt', Cun
lennlsl, Moreno, (Inlonit ami .iiorlean
Klnif. Thu piirrhastra will ntonco put In
two lltuiiliiRUiii.mlllsot 0 tons oniiaalty
aneh nod work the prnperilus on nu ex
llerHts the list with 6400,000 pound. In
UddltlHti to! ihit between ,UtVJ and
iflQBflXX) panml ree rived from flrst hands
at ether place I haadM by Ia Ytgaa
d enters, or Ihrotigh l hem, making the to
tal nmontUuf wool hsndlMl by Ijo Vega
merenante between 9,(XX),fXK) Nnd 10,000.
000 pounds, rawed nt f l,giMJ,000.
Of the tjmflOO HiHnd placed to Alba
inerHB's otsdit, aver hair eomes ftnm
tlrst hand direct to Albaqarnia, the
bnlanso coming from (mini nn the At
Innlte 1 Paelate. In ndillllon, Albnqner
qae dealer handle between 1,UUU,000 and
3000,OUO onnd from other point, so
Wit total amount that can be plal ki
llisotwlll of Albaqnernu dealer nnd
oommisshin men would amount to isr
Imps ,000,000 pound.
A frSd desl of wool was bandied at
Chawa thla eeamm, the amount being est!
itiniaU nt about lOO.tKX) poond. There
Uvsry tittle of It held bask In Itio Ar
rlba ooHnty. Prises wre satlafastory.
Upon the whole, tus peopls have done
well, darlnir the senaou, and are eontented
and happy .Shepherd Ilull.tln.
The White Oaks road ban received nnllce
iliat (lie United Mtates ntuil sanitarium es
tablished by the government fur sailors
suffering from tuben-tilnsls, at Ft. Stanton,
Is now open. The railroad management
has been asked to use especial ears In the
transportation of Inmates.
Tlte patient will report In Kl IVio to
Dr. "Alexander nnd will b by lilm put In
ohnrgo of tho railway omclais. Kvery at
tention will 1m given them In transit to
Capital), from which imlnt they will covur
the rnmaliiing six miles to.lhe fort by stage.
The officers In charge at the k.nialarinni
are making eviry trT.rl to stiow .. high per
cent at eurc. Herald.
New fioxlco'a Wool.
I'rom the stattetlea or the wool pro
duction of Mew Myxleo by iartlsa who
are thnrottghly acquainted with til wool
market of th- territory the following
table ts aomptlM of the nmuanta haudlsd
br Mm eevetal plaoes In the territory
dlreat from tlrst hands:
1ms Ye a (IflWjWa
AlatH aerobe 000,000
Oh ma, Pannnola, Tlerrn Anna-
rllla ana Antonlln
V'MCit Motuid 1,000,000
I'eeoi Valley roiats 1,000,000
llalaueeof Tertltory IA1XVJ00
It wilt be obssrved that La Vign
iad veadsr ittat lmit lar
nsa tast vkMH nm tk ssaasM el im
tw eiaed tk li! e ta saaksUlM resar
Tarsegh th wi n el eM.
M wisest la th aesssai itoet
Tt wort-, aaea iaafft la th Um at tait
M M4 c,!,, (MdgM yea aw
fUt asrlesssl , ,
-f aiaa aaeutfd la etaiHr Wsewa' XUm
Hoiv to StnR gnrdlnes,
I lone tbe aardiaa earafwl) nnd
drain tbe oil froHi tueui. Lay tttaw In
tnrra gon vlHoiMr for II mtoKtMi take
out nnd eprinklo wllh iiper; Mliwe
and mix to a aeaooiii Mte one tahi
Biwotiful of chopped ahrlwiui, one ilea-
aortfnl of oMuera, a little I Hitter ami
iwptter. StS tbe aardlnea with thla
iHlxlure, lay two on n lettuce leaf oh
each idato. and serve with brawn
bread, thinly (diced a ad buttered.
want and only
you when you
L. L. COOK,
Will reimir broken aud out of order
rump, Windmill, etc. All kind ioI work
urdrrs at Tracy atoJtwaa'a.
Drtlia l.e Cowdirl.
The roliowine: loiter wna received by
Mr, (loo. K, Oowden from Trot". Clalnea
fitilHtriiiteiiduiil or llio Baititiim llusl
iiuaa Uollege, I'Mifthkeenals, Nbv York,
where Krlhit was attending ahool wlirn
thosdd inuiduiit oocttred wlituli ottiisutl
Ills dentil. The lettet slntos:
"I nave Iwen go prooooitpled with
tho (loath or your purr hoy duriiiK tho
twit thrm duyg tliut I Imvo not had
time t tvrito nnd rIvb you nn no
colint of tho accident whloli aii. ho
lots or his life. In it gumo or fnuiUtill
last Wednesday afternoon ho recolvrtl
interniil injuries whloli oatisott gaiiuml
poritonitig. In wlmt 9 known hh "n
rush" lio foil .icroaa two uthur yotinir
men; it fourth young man fell on top
uf lilm just where his body formed n
urltifju hetwoeu tho two other youiiK
men wbo wero already down. The
weight of tho rourth limn nearly hroko
hilMiok, and caiuo onmo with stilll
otent to orush hta Inleatliioa iijfniust
the earth and to uauee oithur u tuariug
or the peritoneum or so to bruise liU
vitals tlmt in 48 hours tho iieritorioal
Infkmallun had taken poasesston or
The young man made no complaint im
ittkdiaiely alter he was burl, nor for con
siderably more than a day. (in Thursday
he wus in regular attendance hero about
his duties, gave no sign that he wo suffcr
itig hi any way. Ills room-mate nod com
piiinon tell me that In lite afternoon of
that day ha eoinptaiued of some paju.
Thursday night ha was taken with vio
lent pulne aeewnpanied with pnrgi ig and
t limiting, ills sufferings were so acute
that a doctor was summoned lusUntl,
who put htm uiiiler the inlluenceoi opiates.
rriitiy inorning the pysieiau lurormeil mo
that ha Wat aore til thflii anyone thought
he was, but llwt lie did not consider that
there was nny Immediate ueeasiou for
alarm or that Ills eondillon was rritienl.
When 1 saw Itlljt he.wasnndsrtlieiullusu
of opiate), mid had no distention worth
ertkuft of, alul wits net SHfferiiiK
secured n iiQKf fur lilm nnd the deetorsaw
him aiu PrWay evening and Saturday
morning. At this last viit he Informml
ma that the pewag man was mush tietter.
i went down to aeoiAin Rbeut 10 n'ehek
ttattirday nwratflK n-l wamined him and
tw that (tkjtentton was tettlnK In Hint
his Uruathlin? was glare labored limn it
hsiljtesa- Tile aiirae told me that she
was under the Iwpreaawii that ihia waa
due to the opiate, but on looking the ease
over we soon eeneludtd UmI It would he
best to hive Hie doctor eamo down and
look at hint again. It was at a lime of, the
day inn there were no doetore In their
i lhVcs, and 1 called a second nnd after
ward a third. Itoth these aggreed Ihst
the )nung man's eoudKton was growing
crnual. l dtspatebed you ut onee that
me in iicatioo wer growing sertons, es
ou renew ber. All the doctors agrred
that everything that utedleal skill could
do h'l been done, sad that It was only a
uufnimn o' the strength ut vitality in the
yooim m awl powerof realstenee against
Iii.mmi poh onlug which euid save him.
We worked orer ham Malardfty ami Rhh
day but sboat I oeiek Suwiay afternoon
Tlte phiiJtiana say that If he had com
Idalned iKiaerilabtly after he was injuied a
aurglcsl operation eon Id have been ter-
loruted that would have belied him
through. Offering my sincere condolence ,
t remain, jours wwy.
C. 0. OAlsiga.
For the choloaat rooine In town, eith
er in the center of town or in resi
denre three or four blocks north, apply
k OeMttmewt Vle,r nt the leirrro
eNta lu V Knral AertileMy.
The rine of me hnmmer aad the rasp
or ino unw as iiwy ecno acmes ine pursue
I gronnd where itir iNirragnta, DeweyK
Himpeon ami nwieys are tarn en am
seem sacrilcaiev to the white haired
men who have been eaeoeiated whh tbe
Naval academy in soon Instance nearly
a hair century. Tbe restilenta of the
ancient Hty bare the came feeling as
they eo tbe v tiHrable Imildlnua rapidly
being turned Into idles ef brick, mortar
nnd firewood, to be replaced by eta borate
and pretenttoti atrvfttnrea.
Ana a poll and tbe Naval neadsmy nro
eo ctoeely aaeoalatetl as to lie almost In-aepa-ible.
Take away the acbool awl
you oeprlre the city of one of It land
mark and mainsprings of nourishment.
A large portion of the population de
pends tnwn the pocket money of the on-
dete, aad the pay ef the officer, so free
ly dispensed in the tnwn simp for
day, In apl'i of the pmgreM nt
world ouUido, Annapolis is but llltlo
cfaftngcil frovt u century nee, nnd to
one euterluK Its stores comes the Itlen
that he Is In n shop of tho ooleulat pe
riod, where his ancestor, in tmeo
breeches and wig. exchanged his slill
ling piece, n possibly, Knlneti, for tho
pouch of tobacco or walstoont ef the
llut nsldo from their flnnnclnl IntenMt
In the Nnral ncademy the city folk Intro
strong fc fling ef sentiment for tlin
venerable (rid buildings nnd tho really
beautiful rroundH which lie on tho 1hiiiI
ot tho Kevcrn, nlllMUKh they nro stir
raundeil by nn extremely prosnle nml
ugly brick wall. 1'or years the eoclecy
lieople liavo mingled with tin ottieera
of the aeiulemy, bidding oncli uno n
liearty welcome aa he vnteroil upon his
duties nnd giving htm aidtieed ns Im
dsimrted to perform some duty assigned
him from Washington.
The "sol Hers" of tbe academy hnve
always Itc.-n Included on the calllua
list of the most exclusive ot the city
iimdsiHc", nml no entertainment of
which n Indy of quality was the Itosteas
wa com;ilte without more or leas
guests tu uniform. Tho an me hospitali
ty liss been extended to the senior ca
dets, nnd many n man who trends lift
quarter cVck on tbe Atlantic and IV
etnc ran iwk back with pleasure to the
reception ir other soclnl function where
he mode bla liebut Into the society Of
the gentler sex. This HSMtelalton tins re
sulted In the formation of many n ro
mantle attachment, which roeulted In
sometblnt 'sr mum serious, uilil net a
few ofTlwrs are Iwitnd to the old city by
ties of i datloashln mlscd dear to them.
Katluiul MngaKinu Kor Boptcmbcr.
Paintors and )
Paper Hangers I
nnd Sign ?
j rT.Frrf-'tiiwrfyy b--ss ?
) Wo allew noun
t tu iiiiilorbld us f
Arthur R. O'Qulnii,
LL WQHK ntumHTl'.KT
Ktrst-clase lilacksmithing, Carrlagu iialul
Ing and wood work of all rums.
Pecos Valley Uoifastem
IWdy, N. AI.
EDDY, TiKW MEXICO.
Sporting Goods. Snddloiy,
Largest Stt anil Lowest
Prices in tie City.
Jtc and. loath Bound.
1" SS. TB'
ttitta. in.. AioArlllof :ma, a . eonaeotlBg
at a. r. ana r. w. at u v. nya.
With A T.
Train N... leaves Arnarllto
m. , arrives Hfru its
m., rHo ui;s p.
Tea k l aetfle My.
at Ties a. m.
for low ratea. tor laforssattoa rsaardlmi
if utts vauey, price oi lanos.
the reaonr ws ol
etc. . aoaMasi
DON 11 IX N MI S.
ti til. Ii'rt. ft ta
j A FRUE PATTERN I
jS iriHir nxta wlectVrti) to crfry !
Hcrilxrr. Only W cent a yar. $:
s i micci MimiiMi
S " UtvU I1HU.WIII.
A rtm, W-ilKy uln4 '
S "l . IimJMM Imtta , felt.
U4r sn t4 li Kikh. 3;
Klrlk.lt, It-ltabl, Hlmptr, Up-tn- 3-
ilar, Rwmltst sad AbMilmely 2-
l'ffirci nnu ppr paunu. p
S rN.pMBAKweocetlvrn. Jj
as ' . 1 1 u r. in ... -w.i- k w
4 iH eMt It -fMHi
et. wf ftl rrrw 3
TUB fflcCALL. CO.,
138 us Wmi 1 -ttta Si., M.w rtt. sj
Stevens Rifles s
saiiiaaaaa iai niitwyiMMtlai
nro guaranteed to bo
to our most expensive Ideal.'
the "1DBAL" Ko.44 I a Use rifle.
0R8 OP 0UH tnADtltS.prUoonlyJIO.iJ
wegaaraatie It In every rapest. Koth-
lay (heap abeat it bat the prise t
Made reeeUrly la .9k. 2S eaj .33e.
Snee ri-er. .S-30 BTUTIOS, .3S-10.T,
lit uraKlAL. I.le3 913.00.
SttUiUtKJif fmt'ttt CbAMsy J
:mm km m tsdl oo.,