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fot. n. iiu i.i'.ajc R Official Paper of BMy Cwly. SilOKCU 0T U, 1W 8BBJH(lTlft.N R4TB t'ultl KroKr two IJMlah reeMent of the Transvaal says: "The republics arc dBtwuilwe'i that if they .innst I toittt to KnglAHd m prise will to paid tlwt will Ui)(Kr humanity." further onliejinya: "I hurt, liowew, full faltliilmt.tH niri of liberty Khali rlw In South Afrlea as It row n. North Araertaa " Sneh etoqueiire can my be Ineplred by the justice of the cstine of the I low. No doubt tit South A Mean In very over bearing anil Intolerant but lie Is plttlcd aualiiat Ilia moaternal and atraeiotisly lmrbHrioiis nation on aarlh, ittiKlatid: u nation tlmtsUijis nt nothing wIibb holding the wblj) hand bnl 'Uib niMt whimpering, cowardly anil erlafr ItiK wliun met by forees any where near her equal. It la a grand teatltnonlal to tlio Amur lean people tliat Uielr sympathies art with the lloerand it la am by President Kroeger tlmt nearley nil Atnerleatis m South Africa art en llstwl In Ilia lloer army I'rotlilarit McKlnley will go down Into history in the tnoat self-ooutra dlotory Inhabitant the while homo has ovor known. I Hi slirer reoonl la known of all men Ilia Filipino re oord la equally stultifying. At ihe New ISnglaud dinner at Philadelphia, In IStfO, Mr. MoKinley said: ' Human right and conatltutloniM. prlYllegia mint not he f oration in the race for lMlth mid commercial supremacy. The government of Hit people mint he by the people and nut by n few of the pHjpIo; It mint reel upon the free con aunt nf the gnvurenwl, nml nil of the govurnud. l'nwtr, It must h remein bercd. whtoh latemired by oppreaalon, or usurpation, or by any form of In Jlistlou ib soon dethroned. Wo have no right In law or moral to usurp that which bolniigs to another, whether It Is property or power."' Another volunteer in the l'hllllpliie Mirrluo Imh disgraced himself by ruin lug h young Mestlzn woinnn and (hen dwurtltig her. This lime the vidian was tin olllour' Cuptulii (J'llrleii. or the Wyoming volunteers. The fact that he trad a wife mid family nt home dl 1 net deter him fiom trilling with the ullootlons of a poor simple J'hilllpinu wuiiittn and then tit-seillug her. she tried to follow him on the ship but was denied iintauge. Vet he Is now being woiomiied homo its n hero. Dr.deo. T. (lould formerly or I a Vogaa hns purchased the Uraphlu or HI I'iibo ft am W. V. llrldgefs, )r (lould Is an old newspaper man and Is making a khmi jiaper of the (Iraphk. StocpliiE.tln; Paper. A groat uiuny people form the Idea Hint If they will sioj. their paper it will work untold hardships on it, ami the will expect thMt.'publicution to Nt olio mid Its exlatent-e. Hut they aro always nmpiioiHtwl. I ley ere like the fel low tout reslKnwl from the employ o n large eily railway coin puny mid he found that trains inured along wil the aaine regularity Your name off the subscription h.i never makes a bit af dllFMeiiee with the ir flnniiolnlly ur otherwise, an another one Is added In your place mul perhaps two or dozen. An exchange in commenting 8 Utla anblect says: "The practice of stopping the mpor who aomethine apjwra In It that I ohjBstloiwble l as old as time, but tote years with the sptead of educa tlon awl general intelligence, It is be (Mining aimoai obsolete. Itotple not usually discontinue a nauer now day with an exhibition of anger and msiiew, because toe editor usually smuot ami oww iwoHie who mav apprised of the fuel sometimes laugh (wingui. -i n newspaper that Is a success never eonakJers for a moment the os. tow loas nf a reader asanr around i loflnottclnc lie editorial oninlous or the general H"y of the paper. The news pApar hoe it duties to perform and BMMtlMtea one of those duties is to re test nubile sentiment in such a man. tier at tmy eottstitHte aerlilelsm of the uoU of somh) prlrnte Individual or ptlbttt oslflor. WImm this U the ee It dor not eoatinunlly svads that duty niHOk It would like to, If it desires to retain the eateew and reaped or the KiuiiWl poW.''-8prln(r ftoltkmsn The llroelclyn Uncle states thai a clergyman latently peached a sermon In that ptaee which he had Rtrea 11 times state last fall la ether idacea. lie gets f0 ami expense every time he deliver It If It uvs a seed eer -tneu. there la no neen why the preagher sheold net hare dellvereil It 10 time In IS difVerent idaeea er even more If he bad an eppertuulty. If It wa werth feO la ene phiee, It would prebably be worth ISO In anetlM pUe. aafcaaijMsaj4Ai. We nrc Not the Only People Tlmt Kesp I'lrst-Clnss Ooods But Wo Keep What the People Want! Itose Valley. Cunndlnu Club.Mt. Veroon and many other brands of flrit-olaw llquers AT THE CENTRAL SALOON. KltMl Sc WouiiNUH, I'roprletors. v T T rir WW D. W. Gerhart. Wholesale and Retail Meats. ...Packing House and General Manufactory... All ldntl of Miusitgo find monts curod and tali on hniul nt nil times. X'nrploJilty Over the Ynnlit Unco. Tlie Miltllo hnn at laat arrived at a pretty daftnlte hlea of the dlnienalona ft the two rnoht that are to innko Kow fork the J lew of all ynnhtimien, thoutfh there I much dlammelou nmuni? tlKMH) apoclnlly Intervale! In ynclitlntc orer which boat sImhiIu "In. This dlaaeiHilon Ims no rfreitc to a dif ference of Judawent a to the inertta of the two iHinta. The men who In dulge In It the fiercest do not know the difference between a sloop and a eatamarNu. To the average landsman tllmeimlons unit airead of will cut no figure. Sentl ment Is the Imsls utwn which his fo.e oast Is made. lany of the ilelait-rM over the merit of the contesting bonis lire anient American of Irlah deat-cnt ami would lose no opiwrtunlty to do honor to anything carrying the star and stripe, but the challenger Ihdm n name to conjure with wherever Irluli Mood ImiIIs nml Irish tnidltlous pn vail. Her body Ih (minted an emerald irruen, nnd nlure her Hoots the Hag of yellow and greon tlmt proclaim!) hi r nutloHnllty. lltere la u email iKxly of Irlsliim-u lu Mow York which siisiwwt it Hi in li plot in the vudt of Sir Thome l.lpiuii. They resent the naming of the ym-ht nml her convoy ami aay the challenger nailH under false colors, for alie repr wmtM lCuglaml and not Ireland, Hut there riles the green dJg of the Uiii.t nld Isle, ami the majority of the aon of Urtn are in a sad slate of pernlrxlijr hh to which yacht to bet on. In a letter to the American liar a keclatlon ISmbaasador Joeeph II Cltoate, who waa itreahleut of thu or Kantaatloii, sahl: "The law's delay h. which seem to lie constantly on the In crease, may wed engage the earnest attention of the association. Ko oppor timlty should lie lost to oeunleract the Inevitable tendency to elalwratc t oeduro ami uunecessarlly miiltlplil Hppcala." The tendency to "elalHirnie procetliire and umieeeeearily miiltlplhil npiieala" is one of the worflt of the ovlla of litigation. The liicreaalng (ntmbersomeueaa of our ayslem of Ju rlsprudence Is not so generally appn' elated outaldo of the profeealou. It beginning to aland out, however, a ttte moat obdurate fact about that sya tem. Codes have simplified proeodurc but the determination of their meau ing ha only increased abjudication and so the cumbereomemwH. The d olaloHs of the Jmtlclarle of the federal Korernment, tft states, ami Ureal llrti nln, piling up In volumes npon vol umes, year by year, are battling as a present fact end appalling In the proa poet l'eofd feel more and more that a bustnese a maiieee Should iiave flOOCl stolloneiD 1 nclias 'Us 3UsJness 3nq m Is whtil e ixiicons or Current l mow. Arc vou in the nsi? THU SUA1I-WI1I1KLY NUWS nnd Till! CUKKUNT 'Ilia aeint-WeoKiy New (Uiitveaton or l)al lal I tnibllRlied TuemSKy aul rrlUay- liarh l.Uf con.l.t ol elulit pase. Ticrc are Mrlal ileiwrtmcnti for the (armor. Hie lauiea aim inr imy. nun Kin, uwiiira n mntlil nl uanuMl II U' III. Ha. I II, ,a. ma tmti arttPle. etc. Wr oner The rfeml-Weekly New. and the ci'NHiiNT or IX month, (or the low plubblna nrlre ol SI. IS oaab. Tul. bIvm vou three paper a week er IM paper. a rear for rlttlciilou.ly low price. Hand In your uiwcniiion at oficn QTey oauuot tell nuythlBg about what the com luslon will be from n suit ut law or when the conclusion will be reached. Lawyers and lawmaker could viwtly Increase the public re- Hpect for thomsolvo nnd for the law by simplifying tlio codes nnd obvhttlng lu some ineMgurti the perploxltlea of the law's delay." In rending the novels of Ohnrlea Dickons one Is ofteu tempted to nc etise the famous mastur of L'ros ex agguratlou lu uttrlbutlug to the lowll i't of his characters such, for lu hIhuco, us Sloppy In "Our Mutual I'rlend" tialitliM of the most heroic nature. Hut now nnd then there are Incidents which give Ntrlklng proof that the great novelist was nut ex uggerntlug, but was Just a little more attentive to the peculiarities of the CO in moil hord titan most of us are. it Is said that the Iwys lu tho orphan asylum at iiimrklll, N. Y., which wnH recently destroytMl by lire, were of the tyie of the "tough" street waif. Yet they risked Mielr Uvea to wive the youn ger children with all the courage of one of Otilda'H nonchalant Kiinrdsmen. It Is wonderful what nit Itnuieufie amount of noblenesM there Is In our hiecle If there I only tho proper call to brltig It out. The groat problem for 1 1 toes who Iiujh) to elevate the lower onlers 1 to find out what will call forth the good qualities which aro latent In tlieni. Poor Cyrano de Uergernot Perhaps If he had been able to pour Into the fu ture and foresee the fate in store for him he would have refrained from do ing many of the tliluga with which more or leas mythical authorities huvo credited him. Cyrano was a pretty wild sort of chap, and It Is suspected that ho would have umlorgoue untold torture ror tho sake of having himself talked about, but In his wildest droums ha could never have believed It possi ble that some day he would bo the cen tral Mgure of a comic oru. That Is bad enough, but when the doughty duelist I to be Impersonated by dimin utive Krancls Wilson the limit Is al most reached, ami when wo are fur ther Informed that Mr. Wilson will (day many passages seriously the limit Is actually reached. Tlilrty-oae governments are to Ihj reiH-eeetiled at the trade eougrosa to he ben! lu eouueothMi with the Na tional tlx pert espoelUen nt Phlmdel tmla. The meeting la likely to have more result than the peace eeugros at The Hague. And there will be taw MuttmeMt about it alL CONQUERING NATIONS. History's Highway Strewn With Their Wrecks. r PEBILOUB HOUR OF TEMPTATION. I Carlos Is agalu said to be lying In wait near the tiiuuileb border. Aa u layer In wait Den Carle Is unques tionably the best la the business. The largest straw hat ever construct ed has Just been made In Australia. Tho crown Is IS lushes high, and tho measurement across the brim Is Oft feet It Is uot stated for whom the hat waa made, but wo understand that the Hwperer William and Mr. Hall Oalue are both negotiating for It. Aeeerdlog to eable dlspatohes from Manila, many of the Kansas soldiers whose terms hare expired are re-en luting. Can It be that they are trying to defeat the purpose of those Kausas girl who havo resolved never to mar ry any but a man who fought with Fun ton? Onro ICmtmrkntl Upon the Pulley of Lanrt UrnhtilnsTi the Untied htntr Jto.t Maintain n Mlulily Standing Army Inerenaed Tiuntloii'WItl I'nll llrnTlr.t on Ike I'nor. Presklont McKhdey Is credltct! with the Intention of having the people of Cuba rote op the (jutlmi of annexa tion to tho United Hint, an Intention which If harbored is In conflict with tho solemn n set i ranee given by the con green to Cuba and tho world nnd which, considering tlmt the Island is now under American military control, ennnot be executed In fairness to the Cubans or with Justice to ourselves. General (lomec doubtlese echoes the nontlmeuta of patriotic Cuban wlien he objects to annexation nml InetiUi upon independence now, aa lie did lie- xoro tho war. At a recent demonstration in hie lion or nt rtnvana he Willi: "1 still demand tho nepnrntlnn that 1 asked before the war, not only from fetpaln, but from any and all other nations. Tho destiny of Cuba Is only Independence We should give due thank to the Amerh) cans, whose progrces and power in splro our admiration, but thl does not mean that wo should roelgn ourselreH to n tutolago to bo oxcrclwtd over us. I-ot us mako tho sanio stntoment to tho United Ktatiw that the American colonloH made to lOtigland when thoy declnnnl In 1770 tlmt the Americana owned North America." In the ovont that tho linperinllets are permitted to push tho work of mibjti gating the Filipino to completion tho nuuexntluii of Culia, with or without the consent of the imople, may be ex pee ted. Let the electorate onee ac tio a the war to subject tho natives of the l'hlllpplnea to American authority against their will nud a precedent will havo been eatnbllsliMl which will be nsed to Justify wars of nggrcselon. Fairly emliarked upon tho policy of land grabbing, wo shall become Ihig land's rival In this form af robbery. The policy will necoesttate a powerful navy, an alliance with Ureal llrltaln, a pormauontly large standing army, enormous expenditure and a contluii nnce and an Increase of high taxation that falls with heaviest weight uKMi the poor. What we are doing In the rhlllppliios Is nut an augury of good to Culm. It doe uot promise tlmt our plcdgo to thu Unbans will be ItaueetJy kept. Nor does It bode good to OUT uelvos. In destroying tho liberties and Independence of other Noples we mml Inevitably fostor n sentiment and de velop n power and condition tlwt In time will destroy our own liberties and ludepondence. Nelthw physical nor moral law may tw violated with Impunity. Sooner or Inter tho mnu who tranagreosee most pay the penally. This i the teaching of nil experience nud hi lory, nud what Is true of ths Individual man la true of tho collection of men termed a na tion. One no more than the other may crush the weak, uutrago Justice and of on pa unscathed. We are confronted with the rexiionelbillty of choosing be tween might nod right, of adhering to tiie principle and traditions of the re public or departing from them, of de termining whether we shall remain honest or become ami remain dlehon cat, of degrading the republic to the level of imperialistic nations or main tulnlng it ns n high moral example tn nil and as a beacon of hope to tlte lib orty loving ami oppressed of, overy land. TomptntlutiB come to nations as to lu dividual. This Is tlte hour of our temptation na n people. Itach or meet of us know something alieut tlte ele ration of thought and purpose, the strengthening of character nnd the sat isfaction and placidity of ooneclotice tlmt result from a battle with temnta tlon determinedly and nobly fought nna won. Hhall we oxtwrlenco nnd on Joy nil this by self denial nud roawt- nncc, or by lmsoly yielding shall wo de grade our thought nud purpose, lower our moral tone, crush our conselonco nud enter upon n career of degeneracy which must terminate lu ruttiT The highways of history are etrewu with tho wrecks of conquering nations. Shall this fair republic Jlourlsh perennially uy romaming content with the rwtr mony fJod has lestowel and with the equitable principles adherence to which has given It a degree of peace, growth and prosperity unparalleled lu human annals, or by succumbing to Ignoble greed shall It, too, become a wreck. soaring the rate of iwbrkM. Aaerria Persia, Rome awl morlbwtMl Mpaia?- uuuuque Telegraph. Thm Slluntlou In Ohio, These seem to bo parlous time for Republicanism tn Ohio. Nothing was orer more plainly evident in polltlos than the foot that Manna and Ids co horts ore on the run. An Indication of this is shown by the clou of Republic an speakers who are to bo thrown Into tho state to apologize for the McIIaunn natnlnlatratloii. Meantime nil Is not luumony lu tho homo oamp. Tho Ruckeye senators are at outs. Thin Is notorious and there 11 every likelihood that tltetr quarrel will aoveiop into n political socdal. Pom kcr, who Is brainy and bril. unt, lis no urn for I (anna, his gross colleague, and ho does not hesitate to say so New xork Now. Captain Cm-tejr". Cod. In Captain Carter's eotle ef criminal procedure the plea of "not gnllty' U entered after conviction, but then his cass has ne preeedeaU-New York World. Wo have a largo list of choice ranch, farm and town property. r i In REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. McLenathen & Tracy. Carlsbad, New flcxlco. ar. F". nMCja-TnassisoKr. .commission VVa(. VJ. And G - - TV - - , Hay, Grain, Seed, Food, Blacksmith Coal U, S. MEAT MARKET, Fresh flouts, Snuaiigo, Gnino, IBto., . .Ahvnys on Hnnd.. JUIIX hOWlJNllUUOIC. I'rojai. W. A. KBRR General Merchandise. 'Fancy Groceries a Specialty. -t-SANTA FE ROUTED THE SHORT bINE TO Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas City Vo Translbn frem HI Paso tr hrl Worth. .tk for lime 0nrtlu3 Alaa) Bf Vmf titailti Atisnt, er wrlle It i P r. noilQii'i'Of? 0, T. nml 1'. A ill vm, Texas J. w. HU0K C) l'flsS. AKOJlt, Tepsktt, KQnwi, G- F. A. Robertson- BLACKSMITH and ' WaJn maker, All kinds of new wurltn Bnsolatty l'srttiluK imiuenieiiie ' hi kiwi repairml, on hIioi t nnttee. IIOHSU S1IOUIN0 (1UAKAN I'BIID AT HUOK mn i w.M 1 H101W. Cunon fit. Op.Ourront Ollioo. Food nnd Livery Oorrnl in eonnoction. A.ooonnnoun fcion mid Rntiitfncion, unrflii-tood. Kddy Lo4lje Nn. tl, lt sfP MU . wranL mt hi is JOHN FRANKLIN. ATTORHEV AT LAW. BI)V, . . KBW MUX A. K. 1"katt, seer j. o. o. k. Ne. rsl meets eeerr Kriaay eeenlaK la jno. n. yeWwAN. Heey. RHrivinnniti Woedmeu of the World- "V . nl I ilatl I i, m mmit If i. i ' 1 " IteeiensoN, oik. fREEMAN & CAMERON, KDDV. . HEWUEXI00 fJHAtt. M. WHICH SS. M. D- PbrstelM an4 Sssssss. imm imm, asf , K M Hotel WImUw 11.1 ItariMk r T,iX. K, a 0. i it. watum. M. i r nil -a Ae sasnee. KmmHm4I Cut. unml sMSMSbr 4sf at alaW. OMnkww 1U. J. Wing Lee Laundry. iNrst luU. K Work Equal to a Steam Laundry. Jie tern clotb-Ne Ksirn ouurite. All werk CMsMBteed gsllttaeterr.