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A RAILWAY MAIL CLERK!
B OY WABMAH. Cepjtlght. 1899, t) Cy Werrain.) Railway wall olerka aro not railway employees, although they nro unilr r the erders of the railway officials when on Uio read They are, ai A claan. a bilctot let of .rrien, They bring tmote bralna and acquired skill' Into their work, than any clan of tho gorem tnent cinployccd, In proportion to tho i amount of ruonoy thoy draw. They i ride tho fattest train In the country, and tide ahead. On roost roads their car li coupled to tho locomotlro and they take wtiatercr It left when tho frim reaper has flnlihed with Uio en jiineroen. Tlellable atatlttlca ahoir that tho rnqrtiUlty among railway mall clerks through ntllroad accidents la greater than that among tho troops In tho cltll war. Those clcrka aru required to pass nn ozamluatton at n rating of more than DO per cent Department ; employees at Wnshtncton nro rjlren SO day' vacation each year, but tho rnll. way mall clerk la called upon to fnco tho tlnncorn of raldnlKht rldoa 12 months In Uio year. I know ono mail clerk Intimately and found him ona of the moat Interfiling character! I over net. Tho atory of hla orcntful II fo would bo Interesting at any time, and ought to bo especially apropos hero na an Illustration of tho clmraetor of Uio areraco rnllwny mnll clerk and of tho dangers through which ho pause. Tho farm a In Illinois upon which wo wero reared wcro not far apart, but "Doc." who Ilretl lth hla uncle, left bomo before ho was 21 and went west I had been In Urn to get tho plow harponod and on my way homo I flaw Doc clliot'lug nerves a cloddy Held behind a harrow, and ho hailed mo. When he earn out ho hung hi chin srer the top at tho fencp and aaldt Tin goln went. Will yon Jlno mo?" "Whnt'a It to coatr I naked. "Forty-nlno dollars, second frwJi Ht. Louis to Uonrer." 'IIuvo you got tho money T' Doc shook his head. "Did you orer seo that much mon ey r "Well, not nt ono look, but I'vo got It II figured out." "How much hare you got!" "Haven't got any, but t got a Job nt Whltlcar'a stnblo In Carr street, nnd It you'll go I'll seo that you norur want. Wo can sleep lu tho haymow nnd board nrouud." "How'll wo got to Ht. Louis'" 1 asked. "Itldo when wo'ro tired o walkln, and walk when wo can't ride," was hli class, "I'm ooln it-cat IFmyotf Jlnetne" reply. "I'm In tho silk and you'ro In lhu tassel," ho added thoughtfully. "Life Is nil before us, but you can't gpt nuywhoro oil n furm. Look at a6mo of tho folks around horc. What do they knowT They simply aland rptiud on ono foot llko a gander till fho heard breaks through tho freckles, and then they push tho old folks off and tnko the plow, nml In n llttlo whllo got pushed off tbcrnsolrca. Llfo on a form Is ono continual round of work and want. Will you Jlno mo?" Tho thought of getting up at morn Ing nml not knowing whero 1 was going to sleep nt night frightened me, aud 1 told Doc so and wo partod. A few yearn later, In tho dawning of tho morning, as 1 was climbing out of an upper berth nt onotbtr mountain town a man caught hold of my coat tail, and I found that Uio "roan undor rny bed" was Doc Pippin. IIo said he was living In DcnTcr: so was I, and In a few days he camo In to me. Ho came often, and told the best atorlos I had ever heard. IIo waa thin and pale, nud 1 uottced that ho coughed and pounded his left lung when bt did so. Doc went to Chicago and became ac quainted with a well known detective, lit wu offered employment, accepted It and waa scut at ouco to a small town In Illinois to find out a band of thieves who wero stealing bogs and robbing shops. If Doc had tried, bo oeuld nerer hare becoina a good dress er. Kreu clothe that wero triads -for him didn't nt, and he wero hla bat oretswlne. like tho leading man at a Preach funeral. His appearance upon this occasion was In bis favor, and bo was not long In forming the ac quaintance of ibu toughest lot of loaf un In the town. They liked Doc, as every one did who knew him, but it was u long time before they would trust him. Doc's money gave out, and bjt trie! to borrow, and the gang gave blm the laugh, "(lit out and turn a trick-work." said ono of tho men. "What can I doT tJhow mo and then wateb mo." said Doc. "See that Jay rltUn out of townr Mid lhu touch, nodding down the road wherv n loue liorsumau was going away with tho sunset ou bis back. "Well, bo'a goln out to his place In the coMHlry-goe every Hat'dar ulght ad'oMwa back Monday hold 'Ira up."i Dec knew the wau, as he kuew near ly every raau In tho place, by the de Vdpueu Klim iiiiu Hi vjuiicifcu, ""i, by tho middle of the following week' this wealthy cltlr.cn had been notified from headquarter that ho would bo held up on tho next Saturday night Doo was at hla post, nnd na Uio lono horsoiwiu camo down tho road tho highwayman stepped out from the shadows of a Jack oak and covered his man. That night tho gang drank up the best part of 98.50 aud voted Doc "n dead game toucher." Tho verdancy of the gang bo had to deal with inado Doc's work compara tively cney. Ho Invariably drank gin and water, aud by a simple trick Uiat a child ought to have dutocted-lho trick of drinking Uio water nml leav ing the gin ho was always sober. When tho proceeds of Doc's raid had been expended together with tho $7 re ceived for tbo "Jaya" watch, tho gang determined to rob a hardware store. Tho Job had been undertaken once, but had failed. The Urns arrived, the store wns entered nnd when they woro nil In Doc ducked down behind tho counter and reached the rear end of tho storo. Now a big bull's eye wns turned upon tho gang, who arose from their work to look down the dark bap rels of n half dor.cn shot guns. Ono of the gang, seeing Doc with tho sheriff's party, mado a play for hM pistol, but tho shorlff shored bis shotgun yet nearer tho robber's face and sold, softly, "Ho quiet" nnd ho was calm. Young Pippin's success In this now celohrnted enso won for him tho full confldeueo of tho ngoncy, nnd beforo ho b:d reached Chicago other Important work was mapped out for him, but to the surprlso of tho agency bo refused to accept another assignment "I could not bear," ho said to me, "tho thought of living n whole life that was a Ho to appear always to bo thnt which I was not-to mix and mingle constantly with tho wicked of this world, lu which tbcro should bo no much happiness, It Is a great and Im portant work which ought to bo done, but It Is not for mo." Ilcturnlng to tho went again Pippin entorcd tho nervlco of Undo Sam as a railway postal clerk. Finding n letter In tho mail marked to mo ho took his bluo pencil nnd wroto on the back of tho envelope, "Hello Doc.-It. M. 8.1" and I know then thnt bo was In tbo railway mall servlco. It was some tlmo nftor tho receipt of this brief mcssngo thnt the meeting lu tho sleeping car, already referred to, occurred, and It was during his many visits to mo nt Denver that ho related Uio dotectlvo stories heroin re told. "How Is It," I asked ono day, "that you nro assistant superintendent of tho mnll service In tho west when you nro under .'10 nnd now, comparatively now, nt tho business?" "Hard luck," said Doc, smiling sadly, coughing and thumping his chest Then It was ho began to toll mo some of his experiences In tho postal car, but ho did not tell them all. Ho was an modest aa ho waa honest and would not tell me, his friend, tho real tales of heroism In which ho was himself Uio hero. Ho told enough, however, to cause mo to find out moro, and I learn od Uiat his loyalty, bravery and devo tion to duty had been warmly com mended In nutogrnph loiters from tho highest oflldnls In tho mall service. It waa, Indeed, t ! luck that brought blm promotion and nn ensy pin co. Ono night whon tho train camo roaring down Uio canyon, the cnglno Jumped tho track, tho mall car wont to pieces against tho locomotive, tho conches piled upon Uio pieces, aud tho wrock began to burn. When tbo train men nnd passenger camo forward to look for "tho fellows up. ahead," they saw largo aud small envelopes sailing out of tbo burning debris, and thoy know nt onco Uiat tho mall agont must be fast In tho wreck. Tho whlstlo rnlvo had been forced open, and liow tho wild, ceaseless cry of tho wouiiuVl engine drowned nil other sounds nim made It Impossible for tho men to bout tho cries of tho Imprisoned postal clerk. All this ho know, nnd while the hungry flames wero eating their way to whore he lay bo pullod tho reg ister bag to blm nnd began to shy Uio valuable mall out Into Uio sagebrush. When tho steam was exhausted and tho cry of the engine had hushed, there camo no sound from tho onglnomen, for their voices wero hushed In death. Abovo tho sound of the crackling flames they could hear Doc calling to them from his placo bolow tho wreck, and tho bravo train crow worked des perately right lu the very face ot tho Oro to rescue the unfortunate. Gradually the voice of tbo prisoner grew fainter and fainter, nnd before tho refccuerv reached him it husbod en tirely. At last, just as they wcro about to give him up, as he was now appar ently dead, they succeeded In dragging Doe from tho wreck, and to tho Joy of nil he soon revived. Ho waa yet nllve, but had breathed so much ot tbo flames that hla left lung waa almost ruined, aud ho waa nver nblo to re sumo his place on the road. it waa this unfortunate wreck and the story ot his heroism that garo him tho Important position of aaslstant rlerk of tbo western division ot the rutted States mail service when ha waa not yet 30 years old. It waa the burn lu his breast that made him rough and beat hla left lung, Uiat pinched his face and mado bis eyes look larger than they were. Ho went ta sllnntly. almost cheerfully, doing wuai ne com J. out wo who watched knew that the hidden scar bo bad there waa wearing bis life away. Not long ago I returnod to Denver, and, meeting the chlof clerk in the street, asked hlic nr-out Doc I bad ieen wandering orei the faee of tha (earth for nearly two years, and now ,a my friend looked at me bis faco ; took on a sadder shade, and ho answer ra siowiy, "We burled Doc atz months ago." THE: SPCrfTflNQ WORLD. Tbo atory ot two deer dying with antlers locked In fight is literally true, though generally supposed a fabrica tion nnd too often publlrhcd bccnim bellovedjjucli, says n correspondent of tbo Ban Francisco Chronicle. There ara lu the museums of tho country many pairs of antlers found In tho field bo tightly locked that It Is irapos- atblo for one person to separate them. Tlr peculiar angles of the numerous branches of tho borns of n deor inako It quite possible for them to lock when driven together nt hlgb velocity, bo causo Uio flexibility of oven tho thick est barn si much greater than ono would Imagine. In one caae tbo two deer wore found beforo docay bad sot In, but I know of no caso In which tho cotubatanta wero found beforo starva- THE BORE, 1 ANTtr.ni Locxnn is nirrLK. Uon had dono Its work and no caso where tho horns wcro ever seen to lock. A fight between two bucks In which n lock la llablo nt any moment to occur Is by no means uncommon, and mnny a hunter has seen thnt In tho fall sovcral bucks often follow Uio anmo doc, and If nny of them meet '.hero Is llablo to bo a disturbance of friendly relations. Many a hunter lias shot aovoral of theso on tho aamo trail, but thoy are generally a hundred yards In apaco and several minutes In time apart. Hut occasionally It Is tho oUicr way, and two or evon more mny ar rlvo on tho disputed carpet nt tho samo tlmo. Rome fun Is llnhlo to result when thoy do, although It Is only on very rare occasions that it results In a death lock of tho horns. The Quean of SUIera. Mlas Freda Knngcn, a charming rind athletic brunette of Clirlstlanla, Is the only woman living who has cdlpaod nil inalo rivals In nny branch ot nth letlcs. At tho great skl-lng competition held last year nt Ilolmcnkollen she cleared tho astounding dlstnnco of lOTVi feet In n single Jump, leaving tbo highest previous record 10 feet In nr- rear. Tho courso nt Holmenkollen, on tho outskirts of Clirlstlanla, Is Uio sccno of tho championship contests In tho Swed ish national sport Tho course, which Is of snow, deep, crisp and firm, slopes iipwnrcl from a frozen Inko nt a nbarn nnglo to tbo height of 100 feet Two- thirds of the way down tho courso there Is a platform, from which there Is n vortical drop of MO feet. Tho competitor, with his wooden run uers strapped to his feet, slides rapidly Uowu tho crovlce, acquiring momcn turn with every yard of tho descent un til ho tltornlly (lies down the alopo with tno speed or an express train. When he reaches the "hop," bo takes n flying leap In lhu nlr, auds skillfully after a (light of from 50 feet to 100 feet on tho Boft snow, mil nt n still higher speed, due to tho momeutum of his leap, Hashes down tho rest of tho courso nnd sails awny over tho Hat surface ot tho lako until, by a dexterous turn, bo (comca to a stop. Snrdcr on Ittchtna;, "Pitching lu tlioso days seems to bo iconuncu 10 onu specially, nuu mui is throwing tho ball," saya Charley Hny dcr. "Of courso wo bnvo several flue adding pitchers In tho big leaguo (p- day, but for all around work, audi na batting, baio running nud fielding, where can wo dud Uio equnls of Hobby Caruthcrs, Davo Fautx dud thoso as sociation pitchers of' tho olghtlrtjT Why, when Hobliy Caruthurx was Jint called on to pitch he wns, played In tbo outfield fur his batting, being ono of tho tlmollMt batsmen on Uio team. Davo Foutx was also ono ot Commle'a outUoldors when ho was not twirling, This pair of pitchers alternated In tho uutllelQ. Many a gamo did thoy win out, slnglo handed, you might say, That Is, when a timely hit was nooded to tie or win, Hobby or Foutx was or ten there with the goods. Ask a pitch cr In this Leaguo today to double up lu the outfield, and be would fall knocked out enough to have ten sec- oihIh counted over hlin. 'Old Hons' Itadbourue ofteu played tho outfield fur Providence, aud It wns a home run hit by Had, that won Uie Providence team an extra lt.uleg 1 to 0 game be tween the Detroit and Providence teams. This memorable gamo was played on the Detroit dhttuend, and Johnnie Ward pitched for Providence that day." at, I.oula lu h Lauaru. Po far rm uno enn seo, St Lonls is to bo tbo hub around which this new league Is to revolve, says the New York Telegram. Thnt Is cuougu to set tie Its chanees. No league with St, (ouls na headquarters is going to do uikIi neilvu work against the present rgaiilmtkiit. rf baseball cranks could .imk in rvforiu from the now leaguo, 't might I worth eonslderntlon, but Its jmjrrtors. w far as announced, ara a rHkr lot if sisters than those who oHipoMt tho present governing organ tatlen. There Is no bopo for good re mits frem auoh a combination. fit talW and talk, thwi ttttt ism note- Tli bet. II dri arwHxl Ht tlmM a day And alwii Mft Iht him aid ttr. Ill tn waand up. -.rreirtxi ta tity, lit UtU you Mind ami UnI and gray Until wltldn yovt )u ray TUt lit mar itla, cr -. lit talk lb mm tbttif o'tr and etr Inta jwr un In Slid he'll ur. Ut talks about Pit Vtatbtr, ar lit trin lww ht wtuhl tun iht war, Acalml tbt tld It uin a raw. II tin Mt lllllputlin ttort Ot mlldrwad, ffltdlattt lrt. lit talk! until your hnd It aft. , Yau want ta link down threuf h th Seer, You ln to rlat and hrd hit sort, Yau ytarn la kick him through tbt door, And thn, aa waa rrmarktd toltrt, It talki and talka and talks aiot more Th Iwrt. Ot nvUtnm kt ranki Iht flrtt- Tht boft Th imatktt rallhtrtil, the tmt, Tht lanattt wIihIaI, matt aetufitl At htart a lMlrr and a ahtrk, r Tht bant ot ill who want to work, lit la a ftunt'ot wrtrlntna, fiul. tlttomt. Bit a! praeiltaa, II li a Itltsvrr, mlrrlacd, Who makra at III a barrtg wut. Within, Ood't, grind wntmijr n aerrtt M ut unlrta lt.b, Llk th mwqulto or tht fljr, To huu, to tartar and annoy. Ot all tbt cmturr In hit. plan Ood midt to bttr u term l rata lit It tht went thit'a ilrmed In paata. Tbt klcktt'a not a etrruunun, !! talk an4 talki fur ruth a rptll II lm na tlm to think. So will II libra to hr hit wind werki go lit ntitr (Irra hit Ua In a thew. lit Ulki aa teen a It It Ulht, Ita tatka URtll It't lata at nlsht lit talki at ham and whn h tala, And thtn b talka upon th atrttta, A dreary, rrtrlaatlnr tona; Oora through hi hat tbt wkett r tang. In fart, aa hard at It ht krtpt lit trtn gruRihtta whtn ht airrp. It h thould rith th btarrnly abort, llt'd talk aa rnuth tbr'd tar tbt door And drlvt him out lormnncr Tha Uft. Ptnrir Ktira. Stern Xeeesalty, "Dnn't liflvn thn fnliln" until hn landlady na her uow bo.inlor rose from his scanty breakfast "I must, madam. It's hard wood, nnd my tooth nro not what they used to ue." Tit-uit. A aenta Tho proprietor of the store told the now window trimmer that bis salary would depend ou bis success In making women look In at the show window. In nn hour tho sldownlk was so crowded that tbo proprietor could not get out "What in tho world bavo you donor bo naked. , "Hung ajjlcco of black velvet Just back ot tho window glass," said Uio trimmer. 'Why should nil thoso women crowd up to look nt a pleco of black volvotT" "It mnkes amlrror." Tho proprietor udmlttod that ho could not pay such a mnu a suttablo salary, ao ho took blm Into Uio Arm. Now York World. Uriel Front nillvlllt). Our 11 rut halo of cotton was market ed yesterday. Wo got 10 or 00 days for it Sovcral of our boya who have beon mustered out of tho war havo returned homo to cat up their penslous. Very fowjiave.enllsted for tho Philip pines. In fact It'shiot 'enough In tbo Georgia pines for us. The Lord will provide. Cotton tins been Inrgely killed out. nud wo won't bavo to sell It for cents, Wo'ru out for councilman from Uio First ward; but lr wo miss It there wo'II cross ovor aud run In Uio Second. Politics Is qulot. Almost tho only peo ple running, nro those who havo tbo sheriff behind them, Atlanta Coustltu- tlou. OatcUaatd. "You must remember." said tha proud Yaukco felrl, "that I am a Daughter of tho Involution." "Pooh!" exclaimed the beautiful, dark eyed womuU from Central Amer ica. "I am a Daughter of Six nnvotii. tfons." Chicago jTlmee-IIerald. Tha Old JeaJuuar "How In tho world," asked somebody In the group, "will Chicago orer mati ago to dispose oa) tho 103,000,000 eggs packed In cold storage there X' "Sho'll uso them In her next cen sus," growled a man from St Louls. Oblcago Tribune. Tha DrattKlat'a Work. There is a druggtst lu one ot the suburban districts who advertises,! "The doctor prescribed; wo execute." Suoh advertising cannot fall ttr.ap Deal to thoso who desire to bo m. ocutcd. Uoston Journal. TVbM II tVnntotl to Know, "Huw old Is sber "TwtJnty-thrce." "Oli. you lulaituderstand mol I didn't itsk how -Id sbo says she Is, but bow old she U.-T-Ohleago Post UtUettd. Jaeetea Didn't that linnc mn thiv of buying have exposed plumbing! vyaggies xe. xne expert I took to make nn examination exposed it New York World. j LIL. , H Mkmd wa a tra. a a w Mt ikmimi I THE SHpRT blNE TO Chicaeo. St. Louis and Kansas 0i " Transfers from EU'oso (r Port Wortli, ask for Time Cards and Maps of Your Ncsraal Agtnt, or write .I."V. TlT.AtlK . . -. i flan!) Mnim A nt I TAhnliA talitAal l V.Vf. iilllllll' , F B. uouontoM D. F. and P. A., KI l'oio, Texas Eddy Lodge No. 81, K- of P? Meets every Thuridsy k. n. a s. VABOSIC-Eddr Lodge No. il, A. t , t A tn." lar communication at Ii39 ! m.. toiitb vlled to attend A. N. raATr, Becy 3rd. Hnturdny ot eacli viaiung nrcinron in a. i. iinnnvn, v, M. r n n.i? Kdty i v. w, r. Loago No. tl moots every Frldoy evening In Maaonlo hall. Vlaltlng brothers In good 'MlcoMi.iiyw..cgme.wwoiTtHiI Jko. 8. McRvan, Scoy. Ertdr Oamu Woodmon of tho World Meets In the City Halt the aecond and mimi uoaaay iiiriiii oi'.cncii laonin. D. i. HUTHtiaANl), 0. 0.. iieiit ItoncnTsoN, 01k fREEMAN & OAMERON, ATTORNEYS At LAW. BODY, MEW MEXICO 4 Pecus Valley & Noitheoste( Hallway to, Ooxxtr4aX North Hound, tv.'Siaopm DIM! Ar. iits llU) 3isa p. m. tut Bouth noun Malaaa llit carlabad. frjigfl McMillan t,o:w llaxcnnln Mr Itoawetl "I llovtiia SUB ' Amarlllo Lv i'Urit C" HAS. M. WlllClinti, M. D. Train No. 1 leavec rneoa. Texas, dally , liDO p, m., arriving at Carlabad at TiupiJ ' ' laying over nigiii. jnvea uinaoau f n. ill,, arrives Bl uoawcii ai a in , o at Amarlllo at 9:09 p. ni connecting w f tho A. T. A 8. P., and tho Ft. w. a p. It I Train No. 1 leaves Amarlllo dally at JiM m., arrives at Hoawell at 3J p. m,, anal carlabad t loo p. in., lay Inn oyer, nla leavlne carlabad at T:tW aLim., arrlvinra rccoiBtlltOia. m., connecting with the' l. Ity. Stasca for Lincoln, White Oaka andNoj N. M., leavo Hoawell dally except (June at 1:00 a. m. For low rates, tor Information regard therctourcoa ol this valley, price ol Ian etc., address! J). II. NICHOLS, Oeneral Mans DON D. DoNaiiur, Ocnl. Frt. A rati. Agi. CanibidN.M. riiyalelntl and Htirgeen. Offlta Itmeia, xbbt, N M Hotel Wlmlaor Chl.f Suri nu P. V. i N. K, Ity. Cit. wninitT, M. n. I'iuiUum aaa Seattoa. "Din ainl IlratJtnr, llornin 'i anil S Windier HuUI CalUauamrttl proinilljr r iiiglit, nmctlwiira I to 4 i, in. Wing lee Laundry, (NoxttoO. K. Shop.) Work Equal to a Steam Laundry. o torn Clothoa No Kxtra Chnrgea. .11 work Guaranteed Satlafaclory. PUIa Old Kllohan Cliap. Uothtr'a furnlht op tho parlor got a foil, ntw, haircloth aat, And tlitro ain't a neatar parlor In tho county tm ..... .iiuw, a i mi, tiha hk bvon a-hoardln pannlsa (or a mlchty trdloua time, llht hat had tba eliloktn raonay, and aha's aav ad It every tlmo, And alio'a put ft out In ploturai And In aaay chnlra and rural (lot tho ntlehbora all a-tnlnlo, 'eauaa wa'ra, puttlD on aueu lUfti Clot up eurtalna round tha wlndtra, whltar'n anow ami all or lct t'lied that parlor till, by graoloua, X ahoold nerer know th pbiee. And alio anja aa aoon'a It 'a aeltlad aba ahall gl a Taller tea And Invlta tha whole caboodle of tb aaltb.- bora In to eo. Can't own up that 1 approve tt aemt too mbeb like (ub and fu To a man who' lived aa I bavs Jtat a blamed old kitchen cue. Couraa we've had a front room always) tidy pUco ruouub, I R'w. Couldn't tell, 1 nerer aat there, nerer opened It unlcaa Carton railed er aomotlmta mother fire a party or a Iwe, When the women come and quilted and tha rain ooiua round to lea. Now we're aolii to uao It common. Mother aara It's jlnie to atari, ' If we're any bvtttr'n boatbena, ao's to aweetea llfo with art; Rays I've grubbed too Ions with plain thinf. haren't lifted tprfun aoul; Bays I're denntd thoro In the kitchen like a wtiodehuck In hla hole, It'a stone with otttr notloaa mother' eettta from the rlub, Out I're sot no growl a-comln mother ain't lej up on Hrub. mill I'm vrUhln alia wcnld Ut tua bar my smoke and take my nap In the rorner, aide tb wood box. I'm a plain, old kltclieu rliap. -Qoliaan V. Hay In Lowiaton (Me.) Journal 4t ee AIjTj ISTBVENS RIFLES gare guaranteed to be SAFX, SOLIB, 9 I TrTfrt - tfla a 1 ar. art tat-S otoo " ravomv - A tftlA ttlhNlf M Um Jl U m If tan rllt 1 A ftlaTV lUifAal atUt Mil l SK OHtVflP OUK LCiDClta. price oily 910. ; XUanliaraatcait laarervrtlettt. Motll-i 3J tag ttespaboat It bst the price. j W Milt resalarlr laVSS. .'0 aaa.iacai. flltra rlm-ara. .ss.stt araRVKif a .;, IN 81ECIAL Kfm), 8IS.00. 55 S4JiUm rtm)uit CtUbt 4 h. turn m m tooL 69., n ii " ii ii, D O Baw CHICMi!B PALLS. fitASS. Bl Paso & Irtlieaste El Paso S Northeastern Railway. Lourea Alomogordo 3:20 p. m. Arrives KI l'oso 7:15 p, in. Leaves l'nso 10:30 a ni. Arrives Alamogordo 2M5 p. m. Maklnir connection nt El l'nso f tho cast, wost nnd nil points la MexK Connecting at AlamoKordo with t stogo line tor mo White Oaks Country. White OakB. Uonlto.Notrals. (hA i r , . I l It r, . - B nnu amauo coat imue, Also connecting with TuTkroio atai uno v?n on icavqs Aiuiuoororao on urrivai nr train cacn any, L.cav 'lularosa at 10:30 a. m La Lut at in., maKina connection witn mo aoui iinnmt trnln. ' A. aitKItJ, (Jen Hunt & Tkt U l'Art II. Alexandek, A. (1. L. A. S oh ad jLrxxn oar. is r i otr Aim Arxxn oax. it THE aREAT T. & P. "Sunset Limited' OMB O TUB I FINEST TRAINS IN THE I WORLD t WltJ. RUN 8BMI-WEEKLY BAOH WAV TO I SAN FRANCISCS, til ALSO TO St. Louis Chicago VIA 9 TPVAKJf PArtVTnD'V U IUII 4W A I k Throuth Bella o4 It. Wth. J TUB FASTEST TIME EYER MADE. g A Palaoe on Wheols. U Be aaartat tltVet aitat for larthar W parltauUra. E. P. TURNER, Q. p. & T. A., DALLAS. V Sl444rr'iir-BtCBn HQ VKAHB EXPERIENCE B laaaaaaaajM a DtsioMsr ConrmaiiTa etc. Anroaa lendtn aatetra asd eaaertMVM aaay oliaJ ateartam txtt oplalon fit wtMbM an te?ntln .lroiir wewD'- vS"HJir fluUtUf lav n tli i on ititau aaftl BtaTatUB tat iHCUtiM lUWltt. ma Ihmotta MMttl hvo, ncelf sctetitific nmmm. .baoaaomalrll aatrat4 watklr. UitiUjtu i oaUllonof anr "! irh Tataft.Sia, rj tnar Tuoathi, L WeA ntetslert,