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11 Local News. mndu ltos thtys Jlobo ill JackM'Jhon. tm a llrabulaw iot black. ? Iter, Oootlson loft Tucmkir for llio upixr country, Slbo Jones, ar lilpslns, Toxbs, was In town yesterday. H Tho cltr eoillicll Will meet Mniutnv Ulght In regular session. Ton photos 40 conts, Kngllsh l'liolo Co., over First Nndonal Hank. Miss Anna HiiIoIiIhou linn returned from a visit In Kansas and Missouri. tffoachhig services nt tho Jlaptlst church til-morrow, morning nml even JifR. Miss .Toslo Witt and mother left Wetl justlay for tho rnnoli to spent! the sum 111 cr. Willis Cadwoll wont out to tho Omul nlttjl.es Monday to iliilsh taking tlio ' CFliStis. "Hob llrsvdlug has turned "sweet" 1 nnd1s holding itowu n position with the sugar factory. ' L.H. Crnwfonl mid wlfu returned Monday from a visit of two months nt Gonnorvlllo, Ind their old home Moynuril blmriK) has been shipping some of his lino ponchos to Colorado Springs, whore ho tins found u good do inniid. Mrs. Hendricks nnd MlsaiJatigherlty who hnvo boon teaching classes In drew Mltfllltr loft Mimilnv fin- III.. ' Texas. T. A. Kiel I brought his sou Itobort, In front tho ranoh Sunday. Itobort was suffering from a slight billions nttnok. Murk Howell nnd wlfo, of Itoswcll caino down Sunday nnd continued on to HI Puso, whoro thoy go on btislut nnd pleasure. .1 no. Franklin of Kl l'aso was town Tuokduy ulght. John has considerable biislurss In this section though n real dont of Toxns. I'rof. V. II. Jllggcr has boon em ployed to teach tho Seven HI vers school this year. Thu school will bo u seven mouths term. Mrs. Itlchttrd Utile, accompanied by her children, came In Monday night to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Liiclous Anderson. Joe James this week purchased tho Howe Macro tract adjoining his jihico in lM J Inert a, tho dcul being through w. C ItfllT. C'Iiiib. McDonald, tho hustling well insurance man spout several In town this week assisting Mr. In hindrance business. W.M. Carson residing three miles this sldo of Stegmitu last week scoured n (lowing well at n depth of 2US feel. Tho water Is very good. F. (I. Tracy loaded and shipped ncur of peaches from his orchard to Kansas I'lty, Mouduy. Ills orchard is loaded with fruit nul It keeps thorn busy to handle tho nop. Miss Veda and Master Huhcoiii Smith or Pecos, children of Hdllor Smith of the-PccterjNews, runic up Monday and have visited this week with Hov. and Mrs. r. K.'8auders. ".loslo," private Mcreti.ty of SI Pliin nett of tho famous llnyaivd Hand, says SI I in Itbswell looking up a suitable alfalfa pasture In which to grtuo Ids bund during tho fair. ;i. .Vv liarllehU M.' Murray and I)JrkW,Kff wnt do,, to WlllMv Lake, .Uirday ulglit on their iihiiii' IIhIiIiir trip. Fish wcresearco very much ly so, only about a dor.cn bHug tho catch. II. A. Nymcyer miys ho never sow 'tho nmge In such lluo condition, draw In abiiiulanic overy where and water Is also plentiful. Tills winter will bo a good one, so far as stock are concern ed. L. W. Harrison, or Ft. Worth, Is In town us a health soaker. Mr. Hurrbmn Is n superannuated Methodist preacher and was for twenty-live years a mem ber of tho northwest Texas conference of that oliureh. Ilermuu J. I'owoil, pastor or the llaptlst church, has returned quite im proved In health from his .Inly vmutiou 'ipriiUii H'1' White and KueramiHito IllrWrtwtw. 'He will preach Sunday at nsKla.inriludHp.nl. W F. nn'tlgKoWyNvas in town the flint 'f tho week buying HtippllHa, pay lug his luxe and oifcnWiibig anion frioudH. W. F. says h ha deeldeil be don't wuiittu sell nny she p. sine the ningo Is Viyinit ioudltlon nnd the outiouk JfrtiiirViiig for sheep owner. I Hov. ,1. ll.Sn itlt-rn was given n seven MMiuiiilliigH by his congregation Tiies day evening, they taking phhhIhu of tho jxtrsouage and having a royal good time, about lift): hug prosuiit. Tho -W)UiidsV(iiiililed of over)' thing good In cut and was u pleasant surprise to (ho (uixtor. Jno. 1 1) rue has hnprovl ihe two lots Just north of tho M. 11 church by removing several Inches or surfuuu mi as lo Irrigate proitcrly, plaplug tho dirt In the street, thereby making a llrst class highway In fiont uf Ills, property. Mr. Ilyrne will sow tho lots to ulfalfa and plant fruit law. I T0A&tHR'5 INSTITUTH ! I Tho teqftbffr'A tuilltuto olosel yen tcnloy after r vVry sintcowf ul nnd pro fitable sosslAn. Miss Teeplo nnd I'rof. .Crtlg were now1-twrliPM rurollHl thin week. At a injlng of tho tmohorn held ThuriHlny fotenoon, I'rof. .1. ). Idoodrleh Intrwliieeil Ijie following ro- 'solutions which were unanimously adopted: Ilnwu.vjui: Tlint ws the twichers of Rddy county In liiHlltuteaH'iiihlel flv cogultlug the advantage to lie derived from a teacher's normal school, do do elare in favor or n law rHulrlug all tnu'hers to attend such n school, upon penally or rorrellure of cert I Ilea I e. ltiwiii.vr.n: That wo give our hear ty indorsement to our present county superliitrndeut, Mr. A. N. I'rutt. who. by bis untiring elTorts, has succeeded In bringing the schools of this county up to their high standard of prollclou oy, We regnrtl him as tho right man In tho right place. HltKiH.vito: That wo express our entire coiilldeiico In the ability and In tegrity of our present Instructor, lrof. (I. F. Kills; we regard him as nn eduwi tor or recognlred staudtiig.inid wo con gratulate tho peoiilo or rnrlllwd upon securing his service in then schools, llev. ,1. K. Sawders will Imnsfer this yeir, In SepteinlK-r, to tho ludlnii Terri tory where ho will engage In the mis slou work. "A niesMgc or tho mountain," Is the morning (homo ut tho lluptlst church; "mountain conquest, or Caleb, nu In spiration for young men," Is tho even ing subject. Members nnd strangers heartily Invited. It Is said by Mr. DitVls, tho butcher employed by lleihnrt, that during tho celebration tho flnl nnd Uh of July that two beeves dellvsred to (Jerlmrt by tho celebration committee wore disposed of over the block and tho money deposited In (lerhart's pocket. It seems that In the future It would bo well for people having matters in charge to deal with business housm of known reliability. Karl Fierce son of It. II. I'lerco came In Tuesday night from Alamogordo. Karl has recovered from his last acci dent, when ho fell rrom a delivery wagon mid broke several ribs. Though hav ing had one hand shot off, all Ids ribs on both sldo aro broken and tho wrist of tho remaining baud broken, Karl reels well mid weighs inn pounds. Ho will tarry for some time with (Ion. Duncan, The Now Mexico Conference of tho M. K. church south, will furnish, In memory or Miss Klllo Kdlogtou, one or the rooms In the new Methodist Mis sion school building now being erected in Key West Flu. Miss Kdington was a teacher In tho mission schools ut that place and wiih drowned while bathing in the surr at an Island ten miles out, during June, She was well known In Carlsbad and In tho New .Mexico con ference and liberally are tho churches responding to the call for donations to ritriilsh tho room In Iter memory. People going from hero to Kansas City, Chicago or other eastern points run wive time and money us well as obtain the very best service by going over the Santa Fo and P. V. K N. K. r-illwuys. The train for the oast leaves heie at '2:2(1 p. m. railway time which Is central time and one hour ahead or actual time. This train stops half an hour in Itoswcll for supper leaving at HtfO p. m. At Itoswcll a lluo combina tion sleeper is attached which runs to Amurlllo arriving there ut IsM) a. in. The Suutu Fo train loaves at f::K) rrom the same depot uud arrives at Wel lington Kansas ut 0.-05 In tho oveulilg. Here u lluo Cullman sleeper Is attached lo tho train which arrives at Kamms city next morning at 7:10. ' lir. C. H. Waldsolimldtlieft Saturday for Chicago, where lie will visit Ids mother fur ten days or two weeks.-- wMamogordo News. loo Pair Uidius riip Shoe Sixes m-to9$ Laeta. U, O, D, K. TUtte shott era r f good material boo work'tun ithljn, Mint itgultr 93 and $4 ehom, But on aocounl of etc I amoloalnf thctn out at ;! $2 tO $2.50 I; E. Hendricks. Coo Rot to: Bother mi with tht dlnlnfl-room' ilftth 71 nd Instead of lunglns It dowt otreet you'll "ouibo" it the time, until tool weather cornea? w 1 win nwtUI bfllher nml yrl hsve iho MnoQI ef liivelMK. 8 anil trfog IWrtJJ i oWsbiII will pill lor UielMK,rcimr i. Wl llSHil trHfyJlK' li?tif wmdug, rn -mis 1 out el "nite.i(msf S 6. GlltZHian, WatoJinmkur and Ontlflbi ... raiih . 6Udy Drug Co. Death of Odward J. Howling. Kdwnrd.J. Dowliug, who innio hero last August from St. Paul, Minn., going up In tho (iuadnlupes then returning In November and remaining In town nil winter and until Juno 17, died at tho home of (loorgo llautu 011 tho Penasoo throe miles west of Hlk, July 43, about noon, of consumption. Mr. Dowliug wan twenty-six May Ho was nu exceptionally bright young man, hav ing attended college three ycars-in St. Paul nfter llulshliig In tho public schools. He was manager or tho Northwestern Chronicle a your, when his health broke down. During his residence here ho made, many friends who much regret hlndoath. ills father was wired Jbut wo have not I wind whether ho arrived In time to bo witli him when ho died. -- I I III PH A Call for n Democratic Primary Au gusi 4 th, 1900. lly authority invested In us as tho democratic executive committee of I?dtJy county wo hereby cull a primary election tube .held In tho different voting jirecl 'cts VT tho-BUld county 011 tly llrst Saturday, it being the Ith dny -of Ad gust, HHX), for the pttrpuso of noinlnat lug candidates for tho various olllces or tho county, ti.o primary to bo governed by the rules ami regulations adopted by the committee. For the committee, John L. Kmhiison, J. II. IlAiivnv, Chairman. Secretary. Miss Josoiihiue iirowu rrom Sednlla. 11.. ..i.... , ... 11. it 11. .11 .. .1 .uu., mati'i ui .iin. II ll.J iiiiii, lliin i'u Siiuuay and has accepted u position as steuographltr with tno linn or Mo Lenathon & Tracy. John Ilvrue last week sold to A. T Hunter, or Lower Pciinsco. I.I 10 head or ewes at an average or about J. F. Mathesou sold ut tho same time ()0 weathers at 2.. Messrs. llooneand McClure, two en terprising young moil, arrived In town yesterday and have established a photo gallery In one or those Hue south rooms In the Mullniio building ov ' tho bank, They miUe all kinds or buttons uud photos cheap us dirt. Maynard Shnrpo brought to this of Thursdny u basket of peaches tho smallest or which measured eight In ches in circumference and the largest ten and threo quarters Inches. These are tho f'liuous Crosby peach. He Is taking orders for these polios and ir you want to make a northern friend n lluo present no better can be foitud than to send by 1 xprcss a box or pouch es. They will hour shipment as fur us Chicago nnd remolu In good condi tion n few days nfter arrival. The cost of the pouches Is only tJIJX Other punches can lg had us low as ilfteeu to twenty cents for u like amount but the Crosby peaches weigh almost a pound ouch uud are bounties In every wny. Mr. Herbert Hell tho P. V. holler maker wus In town Thursday from lloswell ouroiito south, having severed his connection with'tho company uud leaves with 11 good letter or recommen dation. While here ho exhibited a linger ring madu rrom u Sputilshdnllur, taken from tho wreek of the Crlstobol Colon by Win. Flood his brother In-law who was n boiler maker 011 tho Nowark which iwdstwl Hob Hvaus to pick up tho wrecked sailors uud boats after Ccrvern's Hoot wus almost destroyed off Santiago. Mr. Flootl went to Manilla on thu Nownrk from whlelr hf wus transferred to the Hultlmoro ami sent to Chlun, being again? trnsforrwi;jJto the Monitor Moiitemy. ukju whlchjhe is nt present, hating had a tuslo of ser vice lu ouch locution during Ilia past tiireo J'Vi ''h ring pritwntetl Mr. Hell if IP retains llieSiwnUh liuK)rl)itlou and ittte. tho silver lielng so worked us show the letters. It Is dated 1845 n ud ha Alfonso tM Hey uitd othvr In clptloi"1 oultn ptalu uu the Inaklv. A siwelul eouvooujlon uf Slyuet Chapter Itoyat Arch Maautis hld Hat unlay night wus attended by John W. Poe. 1 1 rami High Priest from Itoawrll, .Imi . A.Cahoou, ltobt. Kellahen ami J. II. Matehws.. Dlllreiw lustallwl fur the ensuing year were: W.(l. Drown. II. P.;.l. It. FihimIhwii, K.; C II. Wlllliiglmm. H.: I. S. Usborn, T.; M. C. Stownrt. sorreturys A. S, (loelx.C. II.; IIS. (Iiltamnu. P. S, C. M. Wblrher, It. A. C.j Juiuw Miller, M. 3rd V.; A. It. Hmlth. M. id V. A. X. Pratt. M. 1st V.; W. D. (Ittrwood.Son. Thu lJilgilsh PIibIo Uo. has opeTi)iHl a galltry over the bunk uiul wllfQfr (gH duys, make ten phutM far -10 tonU. Wo make photo buttani at ull kind. Cull ami see our wr. Seven River Items. Tho cow Imys returned from tho works yeslonlny, Mr. SomIii has the llrst rlpo wnter melutis of the nwon. Tho young people enjoyed u danco at MoMllliili I rlday night. There was a krgo ntteniliiiicea.id oveiyouo reports n good (line. Mrs. Jnok lirogdo-i and family, no compadltMl by Mr. ami Miss Fields, niado an excnmloii to Hooky Arroyo Saturday In nitwit or fnilt. Mr. Wallace Holt, our enterprising merchant, has gone I Honwoll on busi ness. Ho will bo absent only a few days, Mr. 11, W. J.nw who ban been In tho employ of Mr. Holt for some time has resigned his hUIoii and will leave for tho east soon. Sum Lemons and Marlon Kdwnrds ohnsodn IoIhi wolf five or six miles Tuesday capturing It nonr Hooky Ar roya. Malaga Items, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harris, a sheep man, visited Mulagu a row ilnys tills week, . MrtrrW. W. Daunelley nnd children doHirted Inst week for Toxns, where they will visit relations for n month. Misses Jiinnltn uud Susie llakos are visiting Mrs. Sain Smith nt Carlsbad, attending tho Normal. Miss Lucy Ward, from Illack river. Is visiting relations nt Malaga. Mrs. Merchant and her daughter Pearl, fuuii Texas, came In last Thursday. 'I hoy will visit relations at Mnlagn for a mouth. Mr. It. A. Montgomery uud b..' brother, departed Wednesday for Tex as points. Aiming to be gone for n month. Mr. Jno Welch has obtained tho Livingston place at I'loienco and Is moving his family there. HOHTUNHK. Alitnrninit .limiiui t'ltn-itfil Itpntiftltf ...V . .. .. . UlUttUI). hark many rebus with him from Ire 1.....1 .....1 ...i ,i i mini iiiiii num. wiiuouK oilier iiiiiik was a lilaokthoru walking stick cut 011 the banks of Kilhiruey which he presented to city clerk Hon Cntllu- Kl l'aso News. Uncle Jack Con wav Isoxoeetwl homo Sept. t and should not forget to bring a cane ior inorritiitfST. Dick Smith came In from the ranch yesterday. I). II. I turkey returned Wednesday from a business trip. (leo. M. Pendleton came In from the raiieh yesienluy, tho llrst time lu sever al weeks, having been running lu the wild hunch. "The trust in printing paper Is now complete," wild the traveling salesman of 11 St. Louis paper house Who visited me hist week. "The price will go up, us they have all the mills." Newspaper publishers will klok a little, but uf themselves run do nothing. They will have t' Interest and educate a majority before any legislation can bo had to re love them from tho extortion. And tho only relief that can come Is by the gov ernment establishing puHr mills uud selling It ut cost ot production. That will employ labor ut good wages and furnish paper at half what It now costs. The (sipers aro willing tho irnvoriimout shall carry their papers to subscribers, but are afraid to trust the government with making the iHiHr they use. Sklti 'em, Mr. Trust, thoy will stand It. They are afraid to trust tho whole peo ple. Appeal to KtMHou. The Cuban post nlllco employees whose HalMtiea hove boon out, oomplalii that they should have larger pay in Culm than In tho United State, bo eunse they must maintain their fam ilies st home. No doubt there Is some-' thing in this, but not us much as would sewn. Tho sooner A to Orleans get nut of all but the higher oltbMW In Culm and turn thorn over to the people who live there, tho hotter both for Culm and be I'iiIIo-I StntM. The chief evil uf colonial government Is found lu tho existence of "Hire hflhlers who go to tho Mihmles slinnlv for tho ralariu. with no Intention of making their home there and no stake in the future of the colony. HI Cupllan. CHURCH uiKderouY. (mi M 1 ' clock. , J. It. awhi, psstar. Protestant Traveler On Catholic ' Atlsslonarles. . Molor L Orton Krrbev. who Is rnn. no'tretl (th tho Uurncglo Stool Co and whit fml graveled miiah In the Liitln. Amcrldln stutos, being for n tlmo On sill In llnttll, has given his views on foreign missions to the JohnstowniPit ) Trlbuiio," from which we extract tb followlftgT' . hUuo reared In ftl'hrlilhin cnmuiiiu Itr like Pittsburg, Imbibing tho prelu dices of mm Catlmllot, may bo pcrnil" - ted to say Unit I entertain no reeling of prejudice against Protestant mission aries. It must bo admitted, howovcr, that whntovcrudViiiiBomoiit In civllizu lion bus boon attained In South Amer ica, Is duo to the earlier and continued efforts of Catholic missionaries, ThosoJesults, who followed the Spnnlsh conquerors swords, with the cross, were heroes and picked men or tho ago In whlon they lived, who havo unselllshly dovoted their lives during KX) years to helping those people, with out any earthly reward. "An elderly pndro, or Spanish prloit With a benevolent countenance, named Father Vliorlct, living In one of tho an cient cities ot the Incut, with whom I plosnntly discussed this question, said: '"No ouo ovor dies or starvation In this country; no one goes hungry. Is that not so?' "1 had to confess it was my ohwvn tlou. Then tho Father said with u smile: 'Aro thcro any prisons In your couiitryV There wcro nono lu this land through which I traveled for months. "Houddod: 'Aro thcro not more criminals, relatively, lu your land than with us?' "'1 think thoro are.' "I bollovo thoro aro more crimes In Pittsburg and lu some of our Interior counties -such as one may hear or Inn day's attendance ut county court -than thoro Is In nil or South America, which tins an aroaas groat us North America "Thb Uuthollc missionaries do nut. us u rule, 'get any help rrom 11 largo homo or foreign missionary fund. Tho Prot estants, on the other hum), aio sustain od by homo organlmt Ions. I think, nsu rule, tho missionaries llvo bettor than tho American Consuls. Millions uro collected and tout abroad unnjnlly. The priost pressed his Intervlow- "What for Instance, would your poo pto in America say If one of our padres would go to ona of your funeral cere monies? or Interrupt your chhr.-b ser vices by tolling your people: 'All that Is being told you by your preachers Is fuUo? " 'Why,' I sold, 'wo would mob hlui.' " 'Otcourso.'sald tho good Tuthor, laughing; 'yet most of your missionar ies ucom to think It their duty to tell our children that all we havo taiiuht tholr rathcrs und mothers during those yours Is fulso. And ynt wo do ml attempt to mob your missionaries." ' Mr. Korboy continued: "When i nm in other countries, 1 alwuys utund up for my country -right or wrong and llndlug tho old tmin had the bust of tho urgumont, I fell back 011 the famlllur quotation, heard lu missionary meet- lugs: "(lo ye into all the world, and preach tho Oospul to every creature.' "I felt thai this was a settler, nnd would Justify ull our missionaries ef forts, but the old pndro gathered him self together, und looked ut 1110 benign ly as ho said, with u slgultlcant smite; " es, my son, but that command d d notcomo from Amnrlcu. 'i am glad to giro this old Father's mossago to tho Amurlcun people, und us I am not myself a Catholic, 1 am utiru 1 should not be ucctisod or bius." MMhMa W Mm-li!ir, Tt S. , nl- .!, Mmt All i-.4UII MtMal. ;iMtk .l.l-, IWMbridMe-M. tfsssi f. Hveu e'r Dig Judgement Paid, J. W. Kekmuu, who runs a fruit stand on Sun Antonio street,, Is proba bility the happiest man lu HI Paso to day ami touturrow will bo thu happiest lu the state. He bus received notice that tomorrow he will handle a check from the Mexi can Central railroad company for 815 VM, lu full payment of the Judgement ho holds against that company for per sonal Injuries. Mr. Krkuiati was n conductor nu the Csnl ml, hut over a year ago wus the victim uf nu accident lu wiilch ho lost nu arm uud a leg. Ho Mod suit In the federal court hero and received judge ment tor tflfMXX). Tho ease whs up liealod to the United Slates circuit court of appeals at New Orleans and the deetalnu of the first court was sus tained. As soon as Mr. Itekuinn roeo voted rrom the aHHk ut the accident ho wmmimI a small fruit store cmi Sail An tonio street, where ho Im been lu busi ness ever si nee. Mr. rtekmuti has iKiught stork lu the New Mexican Load Co., with C. 1). Samoa & To., nml to morrow will beroiue secretary of Ihe company nnd will have charge or tho looul olrtao. Mr. Itohniau wus u faith ful employe of tho railroad ooinpany. lie was maluiwl fur life and deserves every cent he gets for U10- Injury. Kl Paso New. " Mr. Itrkmau will bo reiiioiuboml by ijjuiiy liure ui u brakuinau uu tho P. V. A N. II during I Wit. When yon break your wataJi take It to J din Johnson, Hint elusswnrk, obur unit reasoiiabte. all work warranted. II J 11 Whltikcr & One tiMlrt la General . Merchandise Hunt, xitw mux ico (laiublc pays the highest market price, lu rush, for eggs. tttttit ORDINANUU NO. 54; AnOhiiin.vvs Aotiiuhmivii thu ruiismsi oe UlT IE). IN IIUK-K fl, 0f Tlfk TWil 01 Caiuhiai) nu a cut ll.w.i- Wlivrwm. It Ill-noMiiif Kl l'no. Tniim. tint tilmilljpil lit I li iHuinl ui iruiterM (flr llio town 111 1 nriHBii n pruioiiiim iu mm is 1 11111 111 rtrtnoi irtwiiur- uiMimi 111 w town nl rnrlnlwid. llililv rnlllllv. lnrrllArvi New Mxle. ilpwrlbirtf -nu muow, tti-'fi Mil 11111111MT iv 111 uiik-k lunnixiru 01 ina uri 11 iwnj lour rya rsruimiji ulnnl town n nn atiowii bv llir Hint nnld lam ni un U In the uillceol llio urHlMla clrk ut Hid an til county 01 Miniy. on iiibioiiowiiik leriua ana rnniiiiiuna, in: lpirnioHiiioU tho Hli); iircmlOf to ttm anlil town nt Orlnlmil lor (tin lUin ol twelve liunUrpO ilnllai tutjolia.it aafollllwai In i-nali on the eai-cutlmi el the routrnet to 1 1 hi enti-rnt into between the tewn-'al ;nt Mini h. iimramnafias ol Sl.uMi 10 tn be vnlil III lelvo ((tlnriMt t'srlaliAd, un the one part, nml tlit I iurq; I krnuaeun the other rt. nmt tlmrsrai tinvnieiita ul trt. 10 each, nil of unlit tleterl payment lu iienr lutervrit nt the mm el it) perenat pernnuuni Iroiu Unto until txila, nmt nil ul the Mine belnx innuc imnUlo nt ine pieaatira ui iiiFinui inwn in i-nriaimu. un u. Wiierena, II l iMMMl Hint the hem lanimrnnd conahlcrfxl by tho an 1 0 nereu in nail, that urotiijultlmi n oflitfeil to them la nlnlr nnif renaonnblfl one. nmt that It la neeeaonrr Hint the town ol CnrlnlmU alioulil own n city linll lor the me nl Its bounl ot trualixaniiit other tiurHNMM n It mny II ml tieHnry nail expedient Iroiiitlnni to tltnei nnd. . J Wherena, The lollowlnu form nt conlrnet lina been mnde nml auhmllleil liy the enlCI I!. KrnttMi an IkjIiiic the propur form 01 eotllrns.1 lorthnaalenud pnrchnaeol Mild prenilaol, which la, in wunla nnd tlsnren, ni follows, to-wit: Till nRiorniPiit, mnite nmt entcrcit Into on thl the 17th tiny of July. A. II. Il). lit nail between I'.. Krntlae, of l!l I'no, atnlc of Texna, the pnrty of the ilrt pnrti nnd thu tow a ul rnrllmil, ol l!ddy niunty, territory ol New Mexico, the pnrty ol the aecond pnrt, Wit II tli ' Tnnt tin- anlil pnrty of the tlrat pnrt, In coiiilderntlnu ot tin, aum ol tiMI.OI, to film III hnnd paid by the I pnrty ol il.u tccoud tmrt, the rerelpfol which I hereby nc-nnwli-ilifoili nnd of tho covenant nnd nareeniunt her-tnnller wit out. irolled. inndenud entered Into by tho anlil pnrty nl the aecuad part, does hereby contract nnd nitrvo luondwltlithe alii;pnrty ol tlmaeejimt part, nml tta aueeeaaom nnd nailifiia, thnt he will aell to the aald pnrty nl the aeeond iinrt nil Hint .-corinln renl eatnte nnd lire in l oi alintrl ivlmfnud bnlna In the county el liddy nnd territory u Now Moilen, nnd more iiariicuinriy uracrioeu njoi.,-u,' inni l luck No v. ut the town ol i:nrlabad (lor. I. erly cnlled the town ot Kddri. a aliown by tho pint of the aald town ul Mdity na Ulsa lor recurrt In th nmc ol th: probata clcrr; nl the anld county ul Kddy, and will meeuto and place lu the hnnd ol Tlia llnuk olCarll tiadndci'd lor the-couverluit ol the unea cunttMirrd, tree alniile tlllotoinld pn-mlaei tolbonnld party ol the aocond iinrt, Ita aiic cwMorH nnd naalitna, nnld deed In In- deliver ed to tho anld party ol the aocond part, It Hiicccaaor ami nlK'i, upon the coiupll nnuewltli the term nml euntttona 01 this coatrnctnahcreinnueraetniit. A , And tho parly ot tlioaecond pnrt, th con sideration nt the lilrvKolHK. hereby nuieee to pay to the nnld pnrty f the drat imrt, tilt hefra nnd malKii'. the aum totnl ol tl.eu for llio nbovo UeacriDfd premlaiM, tlSOOl ot which I to be paid In cnah on the cii-ctitlnn ol thl contract nml ol n deed In nnipot form for the conveyance of tho Irani title ot anld picnilt- to thu pnrty nl tho actond part, nnd tho plnclng nl the aamo In escrow, in tho hnnd ul The Dank ul Cnrlnlmit to be dellvcnit to the parly ol the accomt part, upon tla compllnnco with the tcrma ami c nllllonsul nils narcritirtit, uMin II part lo he perlnrnird, nnd I" pny the ri-ienliider olll.u.to in a inner y pnyinont I l!J,00 enrli. one nl which ounrlrrly pnymi-nu iliall lie dun nnd payable nl the end ol tnttn nnd i-vcry three lur-tlia, thu ninklnir tba lnl pnymi'iit undi, tho term nl thlacon trnrt due unit pnvnhlu threo year nnd tlx nioiilha Irom tlindnto hercnli and Hint all nl anld ilelerri-d pnyineut hnll boar lull-rout li imii tint (tut,- uf Hie oxt-cullnuheiTof un til paid nt III" rat of ten per centum per minnm Apd It li uudortood and nsn-cd Hint the pnrty ul tlm aerntid tmrt lm tho prlvlleootpnylUKnnyoriill olanld defer red pnvmeaUat nny time, nml that later oatatml only bediio and pavabln on audi dnferrett payment up to tho time Unit nm aamearo (mid And when nil of (mld'do Inrmd paymi-uta nnd ttu Intermit thereon hnvo been Mld by the pnrty ul tho avooud fmrt. aaalortMald, then a deed oxeoulnl Iff lie nld party ul ihe llrnt part ahall bo do Ilrered to the pnrty ol tuo aocond pnrt. It la (urther iinderatoMl ami uurm-d thnt the iHirty nl the aocond part ahall have full ?oiitrul and poawaalnii uf the aald proiiilaeii ruin thedato ol the execution of till con tract, nnd the rlKtit to uw and enjoy tho Millie) nnd the party nl the Ural part ahall not imj rtHjulreif to pay any tnxe or naatjia incut on anld premlae which mny Im levied oraxeuMKt aimlnal the aamo alter tho tie oiitlou hervoi UurliiK tho poudtaoy of this It I lurthar nndunitnod nud nwrocd that II uliy neiurriMi tinymnui, herein provmen in IM) UIIIIIC, aiiaii no aiiuwru it li. I uiipnld nt nny ono to remnla duo tlmo nftiir threo luoulha, that tho party ul thu prat pnrt may. ,11 HIP tutruiiuii. t;ui.i,,u, ii.in vtriitiuvt nm Inrlelted ami withdraw hi (Iced from uacmw and retake P'oa. Ion ul tho aald prriillio. a tfiuusli till contract liud nover lecn madu. In wit no whereof, the aald party nt tha Unit part niia hsmuntn act hla hnnd nnd cal and tho aald party of the aecomt part h:l, byn rnaolulbui ol II hoard ol truatce, ndoptod on the lllh day of July. A. lino. cniiMwl It eoriMirnte iinnm to lie aillnuirlbeil nndlttMirporaluaal to lo amxed by Its mnyerand rtennUr on thl tho day and year llr.tnlH.vg writ ten. niH i m niiiFein see ',, TOWS UP CAItUtllAH, .VUjMt: v Mayor ol the Jill A II, , J lly M. I', KKHsf rrowajoiinn-iibsd, K. Ulin. ItoeorUer. atatcol Tfsw, ;M r.Miitv nl HI Paani" a. - On tfila, JHIIi dny of July. A. D. 1W. tie me luipaoluill v nuoanred K. KrMUie. kill is Hit lu on me iierauii upvouni 10 mm w,,u xoeutsil Hie Inrevolair Initrunient, nmt ha ncknowlu'lifwl lu mu that he exMuted tho aatiin na lit fr not and deed. In wlinoM v her i, I hive hereunto ot my i and and uroicd my omclai oni the day and yN. In thin itrllUeattt Ural nbavo writ ton RUnedi A. P. ColfS, Notary Puullc, Ttrrltory ol Now Mexico, I M County n Uddy I . Un thl. Mtli day ol July, A. I). Ipw. per; aoaallr appearwd litiora inv M. I'. Korr a(ijl W. K. Orr, in me iianuinaily known, who, ImIhk by me duly Sworn, oil thtlr eatli did y Ittut M- I'. Karr U the mayor nml w. it; Id luWIt Ol CHrUlHIll wa aJHiiwi and mmIcii tuinuri rolliie lawn el CarUljad, !Udy and Uarrltary el Sv I be I atllxttd tiitlie lire I the ooriHiratt m fit mil, ann in iiuuruintm ImllilixiUalluf Hill tftwo turltynl ItslMarlt W tro I' Rtrr lll tlM-couitly of Bd moxivo. aau inai aulRK Inalruiuont said tuwn wa aliiua el farlttMd by nut ajkuuwlailaMl Hut loilrumiMit to tie till Ires act and Uii il tld town ot CnrlatMiil. In wTtniM wiienwl, I Ihiv lisniuate net iwy hand and nnixtKl my onielal ayul (lie day and year In thl eerlinoute ilrtt above, writ ,8M" HlKoedi Jno. L. Kmnii Notary iHtiillq Wi ova, aald prowMd eont ait tjai. af tirlwylHIt "a cuaaWered by aald board bn. (h all .is. upuwvtMi . Now TllkKlr-iUK, UU IT OlIIUIKW UT TUB Jmuiid ut' ttit ilLit oi lUt Tuws or Qiau. UA I" tee. I. That tho mayor end reeerdar ol .aid town l. mid thsy hertiiy are, aytltor ftu ami huirusljil to wibK (utolalu pro; ,.uki..l unMa wtili aaul P.. Cm 11m, Ifir und Mmmt at tsHl tuwn ol Cnrllltt at M Kt$t. Orr. HhWtf U, ami tbr i (taBie and lia)ntoeitect M. I'. VUM, Uaor.