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EL PASO DAILY HERALD. SATURDAY. DECEMBhR 15, i900.
6 Special Correspondence oooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo At Cloudcroft gp-il r!orpon1eiic of h. Wra'J. CLOUDCROFT. N. M.. Dec. 12 As we are still in existence, and only a few of us left. He has been merciful unto us. since the first snow in Novem ber. The weather is fine, but one by one our number counts, less, as no em ployment of any kind, going on here at present and will not be until prob ably April 1. Then Cloudcroft will take a move and, as said in The Her ald that not a minute escapes in El Paso but what a brie it was laid; so it will be here with the hammer, a nail will be planted to stay. At the T. T. Log camp probably fifty men are employed, but since a few days ago a new contract has been let to other parties to handle the logs from the Baily camp, to Alamogordo mills, delivered to them by the Tie Timber Co., from the new camp. So we are now informed. It is quite an interesting sight along the railroad below the T. T. Co. camp to see 16.000 logs piled up; it looks like business will commence somewhere soon, and nodoubt. even if no sooner, when the Rock Island railroad geis through then, the millions of feet in Alamogordo will go by train loads to different markets eastward. Prospects look quite favorable for ie company to put a new camp south oi Cloudcroft. as they have a fine belt of lumber timber, south and east. The Pelphrey & Smitu saw mill, sev en miles east of here commenced saw ing last week and expect to cut lumber from now on. and stacking to be ready for the coming season. We also have a new shingle mill down James canyon, six miles from here, so no doubt we can use home made shingles at cheaper rates than last year, which will be some encouragement for the "people who wish to build here. our neighbor. High Roll, has com menced building, it is seven miles down the railroad line. We wish them success, but we roll much higher than they up here on this lofty summit in the cool shades of the Sacramentos. When guests start in this direction they want to see the top, and that is Cloudcroft. proper. We will draw the crowd next season. It has been well advertised by paper and people, now what is most needed Is more and better accommodations for the coming season, and we feel that the new management will go ahead and carry out the wants and necessities of a splendid resort this coming sea son. They never have undertaken any thing so far as we Know but what they made a success of it, and we feel that is what they will do in this summer re sort. We have made purchases here as summer homes, to see people here by the thousands this coming summer; and we will be pleased to see winter over, and the work going on in Cloud croft. And we will. ceived with the hope of making feed ing experiments, the results of which will be published in bulletin form. That the efforts of the college to arouse such interest have been already par tially successful Is shown oy the fact that as a direct result of tne college's purchase there came with the con signment a car load of fine sheep for Henry Lee of Roswell. New Mexico, and a shipment of high grade hogs and a Jersey heifer, of the celebrated Bes sie strain, for John A. Shyrock, of Alamogordo. Down the County Pperla1 forreionndence f the Heald. CLINT. Texas. Dec. 15. Ditch cleaning in this vicinity under the su pervison of W. M. Baker, is nearing completion. Fred Mueller, of the firm of Mueller & Schalrer, went to El Paso Wednes day to add some Christmas goods to their already large stock of general merchandise. They are wide awake merchants, straight in their dealings, and deserve the patronage of every body in reach of them. The Pacific Express company shipped several large crates of mistletoe from thi3 place to St. Louis this week. Miss Mazie Cole, teacner oi me puu n crhnnl ift this evening for her wwiiiv visit to the folks at home. (El Paao.) Miss Cole is an excellent young lady and as a teacher, we want no better. The class In vocal music conducted by Prof. Charlton, is progressing nice- Miss W. K. Gardner and daughter, Miaa -Vina snent Wednesday with frlonda in El Paso. Rev. Mr. Kellogg of El Paso, preach ed here to a large and appreciative au riience Tuesday evening. Harrv Hubbard, who is attending Rohnnl in Mesilla Park. is expected home in a few days to spend the hoi- f (jays Mrs Stanchfield is visiting friends In El Paso. J.. H. Harper" has improved his ranch recently bought of Dan Carr, until it hardly looks like the same place. From Jemes,N.M. From the College Epjcial rorroponince Of th Hrld. MESILLA PARK. N. M.. Dec. 12. Charles M. Barber, for several years a student of this institution, has re cently opened a taxidermist's estab lishment in Albuquerque, New Mex ico. Mr. Barber whilst here achieved a good reputation for his work as a taxidermist and collector. The college foot ball team met with defeat in their northern Thanksgiving trip from the Albuquerque Indian school, by a score of 11 to 0. The re salt of the game with the Las Vegas Normal school is held by the college team to be a draw; a difference in -opinion being ehld on a minor point of the game, and the same has been re ferred to Walter Camp, the authority on athletics, for final decision. The Las Vegas team claimed the victory by 6 to 5; the college team maintain ing tnat tne result was a craw on a score of 5 to 5. The colllege boys speak highly of the fair and cordial treatment extended to them at both Las Vegas and Albuquerque. The re- salts of the trip were somewhat dis - appointing but the college team this year is much lighter than usual. The team is practicing faithfully for the forthcoming games to be played in El Paso during the Carnival. Arcadio Palacios recently entered the college, coming from Chihuahua. Mexico, to take advanced work in English stenography, and the special short course provided here in Spanish stenography. Mr. Palacios resigned a good position, temporarily, to come here for this work, being convinced oi me unusual opening ror stenog raphers in both English and Spanish in his native country. "Capatain Jack" Crawford deliver ed voluntarily one of his inimitable addresses before the student body one afternoon of last week and was highly appreciated by his hearers. He also delivered a lecture in Las Cruces the sight previous. Tramp thieves have been unusually busy in the last few days, and in Las Cruces succeeded in stealing a number of various articles. They entered the j store oi Lane Brothers, stealing a clock from Mr. Curran. the jeweler there, and carrying off a medical case and a case of instruments belonging to Dr. Lane. They took from a China nan's store a number of handker chiefs, and money from the saloons, besides doing some other petty thiev ing in other houses. The shipment of Sine pedigreed cat tie purchased by the college during the usi summer, reacnea nere on i-Tiday last in good condition. The cattle onsist of Herefords purchased in "Wisconsin, and Shorthorns purchased in Iowa, and the stock bought, al though still young, is the finest pro curable, and has cost upwards of a thousand dollars. The college here fcas undertaken to arouse more gen eral interest in the raising of fine cattle, and with this end in view has purchased the consignment just re aped a l Correspondence of Th Herald. JEMES. N. M., Dec. 12 The weather is very pleasant for this time of year. It is not very cold even at night, though Baldy and the Cochiti range are white-capped. Jno. Miller and family visited the springs last Sunday. Chas. F. Spader is doing a prosper ous store business in the old stand formerly occupied by Mr. Miller for the past twenty-six years. Mr. Wimburn. former landlord of the Stone hotel at the Jemes hot springs. and also postmaster at that place, mov ed to Albuquerque the last of last week where he intends to engage him self in the carpenter business. He says that a hotel is not a paying business in said place. Col. Perea has assumed DOstmastershiD pro tern and hopes to be appointed permanent. Miss Goodwin., the assistant teacher in the Jemes day school who, while on her way to Albuquerque in the Black Jemes stage early in the fall to have her hand treated for a case of blood poisoning causea from a cut on the finger by a piece of tin, was thrown out of the vehicle by its breaking. bruising her up badly and also break ing the hurt finger, returned to this place to resume work the 10th inst.. after being confined in the city hospi tal at Albuquerque for over two months. Her finger that was broken had to be amputated. J. W. Miller and family are visiting Albuquerque at this writing. Today the annual Mexican feast of Guadalupe at Canoa Is in session. There- is an Immense crowd of Mexi cans and Indians present. The special Catbolic services for such occasions were conducted by Father Celier, our parish priest and now as I am writing tms the Mata-Chino dance is in pro gress. The passing of "Sol" behind the peaks of the Jemes range will close this scene. Quicksilver Special Oorreanondenre of th rierald. TERLINGUA. Texas. Dec. 12. The Llndheim & Dewees Mining Co.. are developing high grade ore near the center of the belt. J. R. Irving, representing mining capitalists in Indianapolis, made a stay of two weeks at the different camps. All claims in the center of the belt have been taken up and locators are prospecting. The Marfa & Mariposa company lately received six wagon loads of ma chinery from the EI PacO Smelter Sup ply house. This company has also shipped one car load of quicksilver to New York and will have another carload ready by Christmas. Tom W. Peake, formerlyof Boquil las, was elected justice of the peace for Terlingua district at the recent election. Go to Hotel Don Bernardo, leading hotel of Las Cruces, New Mexico. Drummers' headquarters, $2 and $2.50. The Herald has two telephones (No. 115), one In the business office (2 rings) and the other In the editorial rooms (3 rings). Say which. If you have aay little Item of news personal or otherwise. The Herald will be glad to have it, by mall or phone. iruei orders filled with the first quality oy Kaseman, 'Phone 8. High Grade Goods The White House Low Prices FELIX BRUNSCHVVIG. Telephone 514. P. O. Box 95. Christmas Presents NOW IT IS TIME TO DO YOUR SHOPPING. DON'T MISS TO INSPECT THE HAND SOME HOLIDAY DISPLAY AT THE WHITE HOUSE. YOU WILL SEE WE CAN SUIT YOU IN QUALITY AS WELL AS IN PRICE. MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE. NOW WHILE EVERY A Few Suggestions For Christmas Gifts LINEN AND SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, PLAIN. EMBROID ERED, LACE TRIMMED. ETC.. IN FANCY BOXES, FINE UMBRELLAS. GLOVES, SILK HOSIERY AND UNDER WEAR. RENAISSANCE ART PIECES. HAND MADE SCARFS. SQUARES, DOILES, LUNCHCLOTHS, ETC. GUI rURE ART PIECES SQUARES, SCARFS, DOILES. BED SPREADS, ETC. Mexican Drawn Work and Needle Work Mexican Carved Leather Goods Alexican Hand Made Silk Shawls and Lace Scarfs FANCY SILK AND SATIN EMBROIDERED SCARFS, PIANO COVERS, TABLE COVERS, ETC. FANCY CUSHION COVERS. HANDSOME PICTURE FRAMES. FANCY TOILET SETS. FANCY GLOVES AND HANDKERCHIEF BOXES. FINE POCKET BOOKS AND PURSES. FINE BELTS. FINE HAND MIRRORS. PARISIAN FANCY GARTERS. LATEST -NOV ELTIES IN NECKWEAR AND FICHUS GENUINE FUR COLLARETTES AND BOAS. LINEN TABLE SETS. FINE SILK PETTICOATS. SILK SHIRT WAISTS. FINE BLANK ETS. SILK QUILTS. ENGLISH LAP ROBES. SiLK DRESS PATTERNS. SILK WAIST PATTERNS. IMPORTED PER h UMES. ETC., ETC., ETC. Special Values Fop Monday Big Glove Sale B.g Blanket Sale WE JUST GOT IN 500 PAIRS OF FRENCH KID GLOVES, THREE CLASPS, LATEST STICHIN6S, ALL MODERN SHADES. SIZES FROM 5 TO 7. THEY ARE A REGULAR $1.00 QUALITY. YOU CAN BUY AS MANY AS YOU WANT NEXT MONDAY AT 59 cents a pair JUST IN THE LATEST STLTES IN BELTS, "L'AieLON" BELT AND THE GOLD BELTS WHICH ARE NOW THE "GO" ALL OVER THE COUNTRY. ALSO L'AIGLON STOCK COLLARS. HERE ARE SOME BIG VALUES AND YOU SHOULD TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OCCASION, THE ALGIERS SIZE 10U $1.25 QUALITY AT 98c THE ANCHOR. SIZE 104. $1.50 QUALITY AT $1.10 THE SNOWFLAKE.SIZE 10-4,$1.75 QUALITY, WOOL, $1.29. THE COLON, SIZE 10, $2.50 QUALITY, WOOL AT. . .$1.98 THE DIAMOND VALLEY, $3.50 QUALITY, WOOL AT.. $2.49 THE NEPTUNE SIZE 10-4, $4.45 ALL WOOL $2.98 THE NORWOOD. SIZE 10-4, $5.55 ALL WOOL ..$3.98 THE DIAMOND VALLEY, SIZE 12-4 $9, ALL WOOL AT $6.98 DIAMOND VALLEY X SIZE 12-4 $13.75,. ALL WOOL AT $10.98 DIAMOND. VALLEY XX, SIZE 12-4 $14.50 ALL WOOL, $11.49 DIAMOND VALLEY XXX. SIZE 12-4, $15.75,ALL WOLL, $12.49 DIAMOND VALLEY XXXX.SIZE 12-4,$19.65,ALL WOLL,$14.98 100 BOXES EMBROIDERED SILK HANDKERCHIEFS REG ULAR 50c GOODS AT -12c EACH AH Goods Marked In Plain Figures. We Are Showing Our New Line of Black Silk Dress Skirts The Latest Styles,, made of rich quality French Taffetas silk, and Peau de Soie. They come tucked with ,f nes, some applique trimmed ana omers ail amerent. We have NOT TWO ALIKE prices from $8.50 to $37,50. lhey range in Before you purchase, we would be glad to show you our goods, io you can compare quality and prices. THE W OUSE Ageney For Standard Patterns. oooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 8 8 8 8 8 8