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LOCAL . Dr. Mearup is home from Itwwell. . Attornor Oomnbell loft Utls week for JJenver. BonNs Wednesday to Mr. and Mm T. W. Wilson girl. JJoimi-'Mondny, Juno 0, to Mr. and Mrs. At J. Uryont.aglrl. Don't forget tliat Cnrlsbad will eele. brato the 4th In grand stylo. A bin offlco building for the railway is'eno of the probabilities for Hdtly . lull season. Mm. B. F Draper departed Monday fer Louisiana, Mo. to Visit riUTM and urlendi. Tho MIbics (logo, of Hepo arrived Monday from Ft, Worth where they uttondud college. Mrs, M. Whltemaii loft Monday to visit her sons, ChM. hikI Abe, who run iffitoro at Alamegordo. CTIios. (lardner has purehaeed the Leo Corn tloolc of sheep numbering n.000 head, lit private terme. MIh. Delia De Arcle was in town visiting friends a couple of days this Aeek. She li njierator ut Koonu. Frank DuwtiK. well known to od llmors. unit ed Monday from Ounce tlout to attend to business mutters A very pleueant party Mat given u the roiidunee nf Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Tuortdu y, In honor of lite Misses Uae, Mlee Wright, of Fort Dodge, Jowa urrlved Thiireday and will spend a few weeks visiting her brother, Dr. right Tho oatorplllar poet ii hero ialn and untoes something le douo many o the beautiful shade ireee will be ruin cd. Mrs. (leu. II. J I tit chine, eon and daughter, arrlvod Thtiradny to join Mr, Hutohlns who la In the employ of the company. Miss. Jlorln Lararty went up to Hoe nvoil, Monday, to be present at the eom inenoemunt exoretaw of the military muiiuiu. Oonstublu Clark has derided to put tho prisoner confined In Jail to nine use and will huvu them work out their lUtea on the streets. Uoed job. Wm, Tipton a tut wife came In from Jerome, Ariz., Thurtday morning to visit friends. Mr. Tipton will go from here to Mexico to looutu permanently Mrs. A. I'rult and daughter of Hoi. Well, wcro northbound passengers Thursday from Dolton, Texas, whero Mies. I'rult has been uttoudlng suhool Dick Wicker returned Monday from Hillsborough whore ho was called to testify In the Oliver Leo and MoXcw caFi iflht roturiied without teatlfylng unor an. The town board met Monday night In regular (session. An appropriation of 8200 was mude for street Improve ments and aaoounts to tho amount of ll)l allowed. Several light showers of rain In and around Eddy the past week. Water Id a very soarc article now in tho canal and utiles u good ruin oomer soon tho rosorvolra will be empty and crops will suffer. 1V F. Duugherty, Sum II. and Julian Smith, Dun Lucas, Morgan Ltvlngalon J, 0. Cameron, Judge Freeman and Dr. Emerson wero among those who attended commencement exercises ut Iloswell tho llrst of the week. Tho military cudete arrlvod Wed nesday ovcninir from Iloswell, ex press ing themsclvos well pleased with their training and treatment ut the school. Oadot Dutighorlty captured the medal for drilling, valued ut 916, also the one i for boxln-f Lanky Hob Fill Simmons, the so balled heavy weight champion pugilist if tho world, was knocked out the eleventh round by Jelfrles the Califor nia heavy weight at the Coney Island FAthleotlo Club. S. Y. city, last night at eleyrn o'cloek. liuoolh 1'rWinan returned Monday from Washington D. n. having epent the greater part of the et year in the tinpl'iy of UualsSain as a marina on luftTopeka. Link Is eaterUuiug his Iwy friends with remlnhmenee of the War, having beoii at Kip when the Topeku made its assault on that har bor. Tho eontraet for the erection of n WxW one story doub) fclore building for the Sohlltt llrewwg Co. by A. 8. Ooet Manager was ltTnedy. TJje building will Mat oowpM abMt il, 000. The stone work was let bo II. IU Detirig the oarpMtr work to Iloeton Witt and the hauling of Mad and roek tQ Jloedlng. The Or mm Tm Saloon moved Into Its new rtuarura tkh week and have placed a Boa large mirror bahtnd the bar. The mirror is h beauty find sheuld be tewi Ut b appreciated. The bahiiMe of the new saloon Is in keep. Sg with mirror aud taken altogether Jmm or tho Pnest public plaees In the entire southwest. The f wn board of wluoetlon has employed as teaehers for Ute aomlag school term W. U Hobo, or Galveston, foot. Mullln of Austin, and Miaa Jotle Stt of IllttOK river, une more team er Is yet needed. C. W '.iuu appointed a member of the board to All the vaeaney earned by tne reeigua tion of M I. K" ouvnri una tria . Things aettlnp Interesting Vleteitco Threatened o Denfend.iU. HI ttMOTISMS. HlM-SHuno, Jhuo 8 -Tin defense itrongtbened alibi this mornh g wben Albert lllevln, a T. A F. fireman who worked near Dog Canyon, testified that he was with Lee and Ulllilaml at loe"a rniioh sixty miles from the mrmtar leone during the very time Fountain Hud ton were said to have bean kllM llltvln iirrlvrd there at S p. m., Halor day, Feb. 1, and remained until Hon day. Maxwell was nlo there. The latter had Mtlil the defendants wira not there. Witness also said that the oatlle the proseeullno etatRHil to bare been used to nhllteralc IMUfttl under eontraat to b delrwttal an that IW was with Mm the day ke met the bard. He dltpntcel the kttteiit of saiplclous nctlonn In the preewneft of eearehore. The proseeutiti he d tho wltaees nearly three hoofs, vainly try Ing to confuse him. Cant. Curry deelrtd to say (ft 8uo- day'a dispatehM that . Tlwwntiti shared the knowledge of hv ootiirlol's ronfosliiti nf a eotiBtray to nwrd r KiMiiitalu iitid throe other They wmkwl thu ohm tugethor. Thlalnfor mullou tit.it it..' bdi'N ner Imrb 1 I i tht wIiIIk Kunds Mini urnvrtT fn.ni other coinplrutors wlt wth arrvati'd In AnsxiiK l,ut i lilu uviuenco was rx elu.l'd. I'riH.'1'cdltig on the theory ol the pro sivuiloti tiitvtT j.i'p ioiu ins siry mi afternoon. Mre. Io, the widowi-d mother of the defendant Le, told straight story of the presence nf her son ut homo when Coi. Fountain and his son were murdered. Oliver Lee repeated the defense's story of liU whereabouts at that time and said hi first heard that he whs nuspected seVer al dayn later, He then went to Lus Crnc-H, found warrant issued and offered to sur render and stand trial then but was refused. An extra Isaue of a Les Cruets paper advocated mob law and openly accused him of the Fountain murder. He learned of a posse search ing and that among the memoeie waa lien Williams, who waa said to have a mania for murder, and others who wero known to Ik his enemies. Thi n ho returned to his ransh. Continuing, tho witnoMMld that. hearing the ollloura would kill htm with warrants as nu exoitHO, he hurried home, but vlsltwl Las Cruoue soveral tluieeultervvards and learned that tl.e warrants hud been withdrawn. The matter was especially rife elec tion time. When the tact wurro t was Issued lie did not surrender I cause of mob talk and of Informath i that certain men had said that to. . would deal him violence If he CJtno I . Subsequently he agreod with Jud,. Parker, who waa now trying the cae to surrender on oondllion that 1. should not be committed to jail, un did so. Itesardins the killlnc of Denut Koarney lam July he said he slept the roof Iwoause he (eared he wul'' lw killed by threntenlng parlies, waa asleep when tired upon," said ult ness. "Kearney nreu twice anu uat rett iirert before 1 fired. I hoard i ooinmaud of hands up, but (Jerri was lalkiiiK while shootlnir. We ki wl Kearney . We took oare of him and mude mm us comiortauie as jKieeiun while dvlutf. We tnndu the (lurre i party rldo nway, but agreed to aurron tier on oontlltlon Hint he would tell tb truth. 1 was walling for u new sherd' to be put in lu Doua Ana county be for surrendering. Wo were at Dot Canyon almost every day after Fouti tain's illsappearaHeejanR no oue sought us there." kill I. re and l a, James Wharton, -vi, . . si .1 ttlr. attorney of I -, , (. . i-( January, !, iti' i-'l r i I' u i was not roncerneil In lr i nig In !n t i eaents or trying mh- ski1" f. I lleKew at thtt tern "fen u- . said he conxulted onl) l.i- D ' II l ' Hlllaboro, N'T jone rt I'mfound I Interest lu the Fountain tmird' i r.nte ' waa manifesUd today wln Major Llewellyn appeared fr crosa exami nation by hu polHic il i in toll n The WltneS hmt u tnJ memory, whloli he attributed t rini fN. IInave negative answers t. ijih-hIi hh a., to Ms connection witii pi ti Iimuiu Ut Attorney Foil uud U.lver Lee. He admitted Usat bo had employed de teellrea aftar torn lug the ca ier to the sheriff. Wewnllja itat-.t that the stenogtahhle record of Ids former StateinetiU, in eonte partlculuts. was erroaona and made sme conec ttone. Fa I s drtt question waa: Toe) teal lied twice thai (he track In Las CrUeex Wits Ut the n..:i.- is nu) or the three n ir lite blo it.' "He did ii -'," li.Un " '" ' M Citron. "When you slnle thi'. ni' i) ! -libfrately und wiiful m' "ii ki. ... U ..ise, Bald Fall. ' if ikt!K post your witiiea. Catron tUu addressed the min t utid continued to state wlmt witness hud said yeeterdny. Now yon hare posted tho witness as iutonded," said Fall. "As to my language, I wilt apologies to the court but not to you sir." 1 The reference to the record was passed tempuror.u iy. The wltri' said: Several iiiujKttrements t taken of horse an I bxit tracks and kept In my oilloe, but I don't knov where they are now. I'robnUly I did write W. W. Cox'r ntat-meut to a l'lnk erlon man, but It was what Cox told me.'' "When Cox said he could not swear to that statement because he met me (Fall) the same afternoon, didn't you say i 'can't mane it iwoor inree notirs litter ?" waa Mketi. Objection. During the legal tilt here, Fall said: "We propoee to show that it was not the original Intention of the prosecution to prosecute the defend ante but after they got Into It they could not Uaak otil."-Kl Foe.' Clraph le. llnaALi) lluroau, Hiti.enoRO,K. M .ItinoB: Sneoinl to the Ilerald-Oli PLACKMORE'8 A You In Good Haaith? If i'o, then l curt fill of yourself. ,. ii j nt rtn t f. i l well nog I . i.. ink'' ii Hu .i medtrine, i .'e lily t'i ,t ; ,i-;i h Pure In Quality and of Standard Strength. 1 1. t N jiMt what you always i M.iiMMhen biiyltig our drugs. 1 V. BLACKMORE. 2 Ponrs Houth of Hotel. EDDY, N. M. I). W. (JUUIIART iMn linger. HILLSID E DAIRY FARM. Hkhald llureau, Ilii.iaono. N. M Juno I), Sicoial to the IlKitAi.n. The prosecution asked Jm who told him CfnrreU had threatened him; Judge Full obj soled nml asked to We allowwl to make a statement The jury was Uion eseuted and Fall said lliat if the court allowed the ques tion to tie anewered, it would pluee a life in joepardy. He was sure that Garrett would affirm lite aUtement as Garrett had said lie would whip any man stating on the witness stand that Garrett had threatened Lee. "If the court will not protect my client and hi interests, we will hav to resort to other methods," said the law yer. The court Srt Id; "Von Will have to take your own method." Lee then stated that Albert Kdis. a negro barber at Laa Cruoea told him that no one need fear Lee If he tiler ret) was given a wairaut for Let 'a ar reet Kills II a witness In the Kearn yand A. J. Fountain eases. The eross examination of L e was then resumed. Witness didn't understand that Fall lud tried to make Garrett Sheriff of Unua Ana to keep ttma Hay m -id out Froseoutlou asked about tli kill lug by Lee lu TX48. Defense objected aaklng question) about Indlc nents to Impugn eha meter and urgod Uatt pro BMUtiotts must eoaliua Its i iveatlga itoos to convlctlous or to m .iters con nected with the case The jury was again withdrawn, and tho objection was sustained after argil liit-nt On r direct examination, tineas mid be was Informed thai Itaymoud bad offered mooey to severul persons to the frontier, where u uan is IdentlflM br hta tracks as well aa by his face, and where men have made a life study nf trails aud signs, evidence of the char ttcter given by Oont, Thomas want can this morning Is moat important us well as interesting. Draunlgau Is an ex-chief of scouts of the Mescalero Indians. He was eaiiea by the proeeeution to testify lu regard to the iruillng of the Fountain buck bosrd and to describe the foot print around the camp lire five miles from the spot where the abaudoned buckboard was found. Witness said lie took the trail the day utter the dleatirance. Tracks of . men aud a child were seen around the loainpllre. 'lire iraoks of the men ttriU IllfUIV ml J unvu; art Wltneaa measured lliein carefuly and next day identified the tracks of Oliver l,ee on the top of a house at Lee's ranch as identical with one of the seta of pootprlnla Witness afterwards com pa red an other eel with trauk or McN'ew In L'rttoes and found the two Identical I. There were four ehtld's tracks lead ing about six feela way from the oamp Mre" snld wIIumsi "thoy did not turn back but ended admptJy. They were all made by tho right alio of a ohlul of eight or nine aud my eoootwawn was that one of ;e men had taken oue of the boys shoes in hie hand or on a stick and had made tho impressions lu the sand. Jlrannlgen will be arose examined this afternoon. Last night Carl Clausen. Fountain's son In law, told of going to Lee's raneb for water while trailing and creating a (ante amoug rtve men there. SJkkkd. 1'. Ii. lilt Y ANT. Proprietor. Freh Milk, Cream and Sutter Delivered to Ail Parts of the City. Special Cowa for luvnlkls and Oliilclron. COWS FROM Ot'K HBGI8TKUBI) URItl) OF FOK SALK AT ALL TIM KB. JBItSKY OA'ITLI! S. T. BITTING, ! BANKKft. 8 Doore Below Hotel Wlurieor, Kddy, W. m. (tee A KPiie'fll banking bu- sineaH done. f t a I to otu Ksebanfe tarnished tc A (omen ireo of enerws. So. cv pow89e 5o trail. Thesa witnesses say that there were no traoks save where the horses It a si laaaaaes tin liittttajl metal awaauaa atnam II liettt uvwu umiiik iivwi aeasM euwv psasaasi traaka which some thought were those of a deer and some thought were those of a child's heel. Uooniles wore high heeled cowboy boots aud liefore Llewellyn's parly had urrired the aaud waa well trampled. This party trailed Albert Fountain anil returneo in a few hours and found Llewellyn's party titer aud Hrannhjan meaeuriug some traoks. (.'have uellsves that one traek they saw measured waa his own or Qonaales'. A. N. Dailey. an employe of Lee, waa al Dog Oniion ranch eighteen hours ending at 1 ti. m. on the nay of the murder and wm with the delend anla. On Pebrtmry I, when the Llew ellyn and Hrohnlkan party vtelteU Lae's other raneli at Wlulv Wells, he was working the whole lime in view of the house and no one got on top. Joe Fitehett eaw Le at Dog Canon, 00 miles east trots tb seeue of the murder at it p. m riding off eastward on the day of the murder. He saw no armed men at Wlldy Wells Februarj 6, as Detective Caleleen said he had Dan Fitehett bad a contract to d Hear and drove oattle said to have been used to obliterate the trail the Llewellyn party were following. He bad seen Ulllliand and NcKew at Dog C'anou near aundowu Feb. 1st, thedayor the murder. He was at Wllds Wells when llrannhtau said he saw suspicious nations of Lee and his HI rto TIumw. IIii.i.hiiobo, June 7. - The Jdefenee has cut out the greater part of the evl- . . i aei.ee on,.,,, iy .un . ' -- , f, , ,ffo mM to hB dr.,wu neys aaid that they did not cooelder It ' ',. WM worktntr on a Unk. neoesaary. They made good progress (j,.0, curry testlded that while acting today by showing Ibat the defendants as agent for tin v. Otero in the Koitn .undown on the day of the loin tnvetlgitl'n a confession was were at sundown on tne nay oi me from Miller that he and murder sixty miles from the scene tW(1 othM. not lh, A9tnfount Ud Thar also eatablished by witnereee, planned the Fountain aud three other who could not be shaken by crons.ex- wirders This evldouc was objected ,,, ,.1U, ,h irupkiaaldtohave tatd the court sustained the obJe uu.itmtioo, that the tracks KM . W ave (, Uat I Bed eonrulor tMH-n measuwd at Col. fountain a latj( pon Tensilon with Jack MaxweTi, camp were made by searchers who ar- wj,o said that he waa with Le, Otlll rlved before Llewellyn aud the others ami MeSew at Lee's raneh jbe illiiv bunt uuunm wa wiHHvim, The eroea examination brought out 4 4 4 4 4 4 NKW SODA FOUNTAIN And the best cono. Syrui and orualiMl Frulta nre what the Eddy Drug Co. draw Uwlr flu soda from. We will still keep up oar Mat reeortl and servo only the beat. Cold as Ice! Eddy ' : Drug : Co. I . tiri nd- est II. . C. StOW- K. Iavotty who claim to have made the measme. ments Tom Tucker. Lee's foreman, who was summoued by tlov Thornton and assisted In the Investigation, shod Lee's horses aud said that h could re cognise lb trail. He wlh be uki-U to dolhia later. .... Paulino llaleurte, Pedro Onnaalos and Jacob Chaves tet.tle4 t'.t they were members ef the seirchlug party I hat Urst reached Foiiiil.tln H bark board after toe murder and only Albert Fountain bad been there ahead He left a note tor his brother to to.low hl 1 the feet of Currf s Indebtedness to Let but this hail not been ment lotted bf Leu I Hud Smith, who waa Maxwell's for- I mer employer, testified that Maxwell had made the name stat ui. nls to him that lud been made ti C.ijit4lu Curry. 1 Joe Morgan, a wealthy p! niter, tint I Hed ' hat he h'til seen the defendants at I ' ' Dog t'uion ranch mi the day of tl.e murder. .Several attempts to Imi'i n-li the wiluess was uimuccesful. but it waa brought out that be was 1 very friendly and bad business rea , Hi with the defendants Lumber Yard. A. X. PKATT, Frep'r. Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Doom, Mouldings, Ploko is, Snt i, JGto. it. j. U M. Oetller. Thomas & Collier, Contractors and" Builders. eee BDDV, NBW MHX I'll IHuirill trf July. 1 he rltlKo mertlntr n the hnnae Tiundy nlghl wjn v.i il utt ed anil a gemilne Inlertt m.i- man In the proposed pelebrntlon of the The meeting was called to ortlm ny Mnyor Murray who was made ulti lr man with Charley Taylor secretary. A nuance committee, was elsotsd composed of A. H (loetx, art, T. F. llluckmore, J. and J. W. Harlieid. Program committee: W. L ilcltwan, It. 11. Uamble, J. S. Crosier, D. L. and Ueo. Woodaii with Mayor Murray as ex officio member of both cotntult- Wm. 11. Muhane, L. (J. Fnlien and W. 11. Angell eompoeed the ndvvrtls. Ing oommitt. lUeeptloo: It. W. Tanelll, I. S. Os. born and A. N. I'rntt. Sfteemt eoinuiiUe on uurbeeun: W, J. Barber, Clabe ilerchant, Oeorg M. Pendleton, Julian SmIUi and John llym. lb eemmllt met Thursday night and ilMokmore waa tnslrttcteil to or der fifty dollars worth or lire wnrka. The program oomtultle rteoMed If tho itianey eouhl be rakmtt to appro-)K-iat Ut following amounts: 100.00 For base bull game. 40 00 Cowboy tournament. 0.00 Fireworks. 71 00 l'ony race. lUU Mnaio. g0.00 Blcyclf race. OOO-ffarbeciie. OVOO -Other small sportn. foot raee, trick rhlln,etc. It waa doefcUd to devote half an hour to speeoli making, or from 10 to lOcSO; from 10:! to 18 for cowboy tournament; from IS to l:W for barbo cue and dinner; 1:30 to 8 for pony raors; A to I for bicycle races mid small sports; from I to bjl.,m-e of dny for hall game, then supper, Are works and dance on pavilion In court houso yard all night The entrance ft In (tony races will be ftxetl at about gA.OO en oh and sumo lu tournament ruoes. The ontrnuoo foe will be jmld twenty-four hours In ad vane so as to datermlnuthe niimbur to run. It was decided to In vile Jttdgo Freeman and A.N. I'ratltospeitk. Mr. and Mrs. J. It, Fuesoimaii loft TttPMlay for a month's visit In Ohio and Indiana. l'eroy SchorteUI will return ttoxt wutik to ngnlii roaiimo oporuUoni In tho Uviii lHirborshop. We Don't Puff I and Blow I J abnut narliUfprliiUMe uisiitfi Miarioe it Is sotne I ) tuTllg loreian to HO tglfe. ) Many bum printers gel 6lHjf f y Mlartea. 1'he ci-aokirr una 3 f the big emlot tlin lob pnoIfBg 5 S for bulneM men In BQUT S c county anil let tb otner JeT C low puff almul blKifl MWrSS, ? rtr. il you want "khJ print- ( r InjbeeauMltUcbMnaaotlus ? oiflcc but if you want smutty f work by bum printer mo elefr j whi-ri-. Iiun't pome lo tali I offlrv. S Airs. Tanslll left Sunday night for the I'aclflo coast. A. U. Draper la In town thla week circulating among his many friends. Mr. Druper has icoeiitiy resigned uh auditor of the l'eoos Northern Tox us Ity. D- II. Hurkoy found tho two mules last week, stolen from Uraery at tho time tl.e thtevee got nway with six horse. The mule were Inruwl looso lu the mountains mid waudored south to the Delaware where they wero found. A. J. ALLEN, Pumps, Windmills, Casing, Piping Etc., IStct And all kinds of Supplies. Plumbing njiil Tining. BroiiHon Block, - Kddy. Pat Murray I1KALBK IN J HARNESS, SADDLES. BUGGIES. 1 desire to say to the neonltuf itildr that I have moved my stoik of fur- that I have iiiovmi my stotk or Har nOM. Snddles, IlugKles, Ktf, frain Ufd land and have opened up In flddy next aoer to tne n. jv restauratiu My Stock Is ooinpleteland eonslM Die. latest mid best goods to be fei and I Inrite the public to osll on wlien In need of anything in this I doer to the I!. K restaurant Mv stock Is oointiletetand eonshus of Die. latest Aiul best goods to be fauna ms Hue Rooalr Work Done Promptly. PAT MURRAY.