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Ai Eminent Specialist Tell of lilt Visit to the Pecos Valley. A STATtMINT RtllABlE AND AUTBfNTIC. In tha latter part of laat year Dr. W. B. Wnteon, proprietor of the River vlew Sanitarium. Flahklll on the Hud on, Ntvr York, (or nervous and men tal dlaeaata, a member ot Uit Ameri can Medical association, County Med lent Society. Newburgh Day Medloal as oclatlon, the Amcrlean Hltctro-Thera-peutlc aaoeelallon, rumnber Bo-lete Francalae D'Electrotboraple, ot Paris, tc, made a trip through tba west and aouthweat In aeareh o( a locality whore ibf climatic condltlona and general en vlronnisnts were favorable to the heal ing of those afflicted with conaumptlon. lie toured the country thoroughly, and nave eufHolent time to Uie Inveetlga tlon na to prepare hlmael' to apeak ad Tlaedly, and after careful comparlaona of J1 the local Kim visited ha expressed himself In a recent personal latter In it a following faahl n: Flchklll.on.lluUi'jn, Not. St, lits. "Having visited New Mexico during thf latter part of 1897, I feel It la but propar to give some ray In messlons sf th'at country. California and the -astern atatea hare a llko humidity: the rainfall la too grat In either for those au"erlng from or pradlipoiod to Itinjf diseases. In Colorado and the Adirondack the changea are too abrupt; Uie harabnesa of tho cllmata during a portion ot the year la decld idly too great I cannot nor can any one conslatently favor a cold, rigor out climate for a weak, debilitated man; especially la a low tetnperaturo tetrlmcntal to tho poor conaumptiro. He la of necenalty a person ot Impover lahrd blood and enfeebled circulation, and to abut up Ldoora for a length ot time la contrar) .o all reason; yet, to force him out Into tha cold air ot our northern retort la simply fatal. Tha aoonnr the genorol public under stands the unreasonableness of advis ing a fold, changeable, rlgoroua cli mate, even K it be hlrsh and dry, for the emaciated consumptive, the hatter, Oanerally too, the low altltudti. of the southern atatea aro not good. We doo tent havo aent many to doorgtu and Florida; somo havo been boneOtcd while they remained. The benefit aria lug. I am Inclined to bullovo, rather from the pine forests, with thel roslnout odori and pure ozono, than from any ellniatto Influence. I have traveled over tba sou' horn states at different times, with tha express view ot finding a cll t&ete to which I could aond my oon Sumptlre caves, "Not tlnc satisfied with the south. I visited Now Mexico, aa stated. My objacllva point was the Pecoa vnlUy. The first atop waa at tho beautiful city of Eddy, eltuaUd In the centra of tba valley, with an elevation ot about 3, 000 fett Hera I stopped and spent com a Uma, traveling by carriage out ta dlflera-nt dlrectloue, "The next atop waa at the brisk lit tta city of noswell, which Is at a some what higher altitude. Tha dlatnnoo be tweon tha two towns la eevonty-flvs mites. "In both Bddy and Roswell many people wera aten who had been In duced to go there on account ot lung or bronchial troubles, In various tagea, who to all appearances wera njoylng lite- -at least, whllo they re mained in tha valley. I feol war ranted in saying to sufferers from, or those fearing lung trouble, that southeastern New Mexico offers con dlllons moat favorable to the non development ot pulmonary dlaaar.es. I believe tha conditions and cllmati ore auch as are well adapted to aura, It triad before tho destructive stages have arrived. Thf air la dry and certainly aseptic; a light atmos pheric pressure, with a large amount ot sunshine, a dry, porous soil, the ulr fresh and highly rarefied and stimu lating. The wluda pass over a large expanse ot arid land, and are conse quently freed of dampness; honea thf invalid can be out of doors a large por tion ot the time an almost Imperative BKualty tor a ponton alck with weak lungs. "My edvtoe la that pulmonary suffer era go to the Pecos valley and en gage In farming or stock raising, sltbar ot which offera large returna to the In dustriously Inclined. Lands are cheap and can be purchased upon easy terms. Farming In New Mexico undor Irriga tion la, I think, a pleasure, as wall aa yery profitable. The entire Pecoa val ley .la under Irrigation, and I am ear tain 'I have seen In the valley the flnaat fruit, bath In point ot slsa and flavor, to be found anywhere. In tact, I doubt It their equal ta jrHuoaa elsewhere, VegeUblea are ralstd there under Irri gation far superior to any I have ever seen. The alfalfa grows lux uriantly and furnishes an abundance of fine teed tor all kinds ot atoek, from the gooae up. Hogs fatten oa It the year round. "The people ore dteldedly hoaplU tela, moat ot tbam being northern and ejulern people. The railroad aoeommo datleas are good, and Bddy has a targe, wait appointed hotel, electrlo lights, water works, publla schools and nu- tnereua ohurehce, alao many charming residences, ho baa noswell. It Is a mistake to think of this country u ouuiae or civilisation and a land of cowboys only. I saw many cowboys whllt thare, all ot whom seemod wall Hapcsed. I aaw no Indications ot law- Jeaamtcs; oa the contrary, my first sight in the little city ot Roawall was pent In a hotel, tha doors of which. I was told, are never locked. As our loom doors had no keys to them, I naturally felt some misgivings about leaving our baggage thus exposed. I applied to the landlord, and he assured us that keys were a uaaleaa article: that no ons la that country would disturb anything not belongtag to them. Such I found to be true as re gards my baggsge, a ta. "The chief cllmalla eeedlUoas that e moat favorable to the noa-deraW paint, retardation aad pouslbla cure erf eoBtympUott, mwly, dryness of all, freedeaa from ffilcro-orsaaiaa, cox tool aw, tU kimat acaeau of gauuMni ertiulaalda. dialnlahed baroaiftrle ftntsHisiiie-tatBf d tt ysr- aon ofNw Mexico named. A high ol-1 tltude in a eonthern latltvda la tha only safe resort tor those predisposed or suffering from Inns trouble." 1'ecoi Taller Nngar Ileet Land, rerth Ouo Hundred Dollars Per Acre. "Twenty-six years ago I began the study of soils In connection with ih; sub-dlrlslon nnd disposition of -nil-wny land grants. It wna most natu ral In th work engaged tha I ahould carefully vlc the chniti-terof cropa produced on certain valla and thn condltlona mirruunillnit thn sue reseful v-oduollor. of anfd iropa. l)ur lug this period my field of operation extended from ilio Hlnte of Mlehlgin. through the oiillr- length of tin- S'at of Kansas, the Terrllorlea of Arlxoua ami New Maxloo. nnd tho Btnlo of California. I mention thla wide aenpa of roui'try In order that you may ap predate thn opportunities I have hart for ranking not only n careful study, but nn honest comparison, which la Important In arriving at comparative conclusions. I linve no hesitation in stating that I believe the Poena Valley of New Mexico noiweaaea attractions to the beet-BUgac. Intermix to n far greater degree than any other portion of tha United States I hare ever seen. I know of no other locality whero the IndiiRtry can be extended to so nrnat a mncnltnde, or where tho netunt re sult ahnwn an high a percentage of stinr In tho belts. I can conservatively say that tho IntrliiBlc value of nuch land with a largo aiiRnr fatory centrally Iwut ed la not less than $100 per acre, 1 liavn Hold thoiiMinris of acre In Cali fornia to beet growers for un nvernga of $187.60 per ncre. Intrinsically eot na valuable. From less than fifilO aerca owned by tho Knnrh eomp-nv, nt Clilno, Cal., while I was p.en-ral rannaRer, we received over 0,oou nnnuully In rentals. ITmlcr Me m intt'lllpnnt culture the Pcene valley beet lands will pay equally well." W. II. HOhAUlHD. Jay Gould. In 1892 Mr. Jay Gould and family visited Bddy, !ofor leaving he wrott as follows, for puM ca'ton: "Aflor otsilng thiough the Pteoi valley, from the cn.i-.lngot the Taxat and Pacific rovd to h'ddy, 1 um lmprws ed with the wondi rfol richness of thi eoll, and with I't jncullar adaptation to Irrigation. With Its ample aupply ot water it will not bo ling betore this will bocome ono ot tho n-lust valleys In tho United Statos. What I am par ticularly Interested In Is the effect ol the dry, pure air on bronchial troublas, Apoaklng from personal oxperlanca, thcro la no botUr region than this for persons thus sufferlnc. Tho effect la Immediate and improvement rapid," (Binned) JAT aOl'I.D. This Is said to bo tbe only Instance In whlrh Mr. Gould over consented to wrlto tor the prate his impressions of any western country. About 350 women servants nrc en gaged by Emperor William to look aft er tho 22 royal palaces and castles that ;bflong to the crowu. RUSSIA'S NEW PENAL t'HELL." Baltlialln, Death's I'aradlt, to Rupplant SI. brl m a Convlet Coluny, It has boou doarocd by tho oznr's gov eminent that Hiborin la too kooA for convicts, nud oa aouu as tho now trans ellxiriaii railway has pmiotratwl Its Kloomy depths it will bo tuniod into n "purndlpo" for agrlcnlturulsottlora nud niiuluf; aliarpft, whllo ulliilists nnd othur rofrnotory inumbera of Hnwlan aocioty Mill in tho future bo nooninmodntod on tho island of Sakhalin, off thu 6o:wt of Itusilnn Mnneliurla, tho oasturn torutl mis ot tho oxar'M iHHMeaaiouii, north of Japan. Ho horriblo nnd revolting to clvlllxed untloua Is Sitkhutiu that I ho czur only oousuiitetl to its mloptiou iw nu open air priftou after tho uaediiutlaii ot Caruot and tlio dUoovory of tho roocnt plot against his own life. The people and tho convicts of Bltmrln novcr rpenk ot island other than "tho hull of Sak halin," and its nlltnuto In said to bo do much worso than that of Siberia m to rob thin nppollntlau of nn oxaitwrnted olinrnctor, uvou lit thu tuoutlis of tlioso lost ntiea. Heretofore Bakhnlln has lxn prcsaod Into service aa nn opo air prison only iu tho most cxtrcnio cases, whero capi tal punlrthuumt, by degree, of oourae, was intended. Now that tho oxigeiioles ot tho Kreat umplruof the north demand thn purification of Siberia ull wuUmced to deportation arc carrlwl off into tho hellish wilderuuta without refareiico to tho length of Hfiitonco, thonaturo of tho crime or oToiifom they wero uoousod of, without rcferuitce to aex or former Mat. oa In society. Tho governor of Man ohurla has reported that n liuuian beiug not born on tlm Island cannot live moro than n year there. Theru la uo means of otonpo except iu winUir, when if n pris oner oaii inaimm to niako his way 100 mllua north form the prlwi it 1m poesi bio to rach the mainland over the ice. The I on bridge Is gaumied. SHUl two or three prisoners have eaeaped by drxIfrlriK behind inoaaes ot anow and iee, or, what is far more probable, by bribing o filial-. At the prtMcnt momeiit the moat In teresting twlotilat of Haklmllu la Sojilila Olnhsteln. Bho first nohlered criminal renown by prwwliifr her attontioiiM upon the shah of Persia (luting t Is lutter'i visit to St. Petersburg. Koitu hod avowedly no intention of adding Ida nmj uty to her list of itdrulrers, but sought bis aoqualutanco merely for the purpose of rvllorlng him, if poadbla, ot soma ot his diamonds. She waa foilod iu liar ef forts, but succeeded hi having her pri vate anr uttuoliel to the shah 'a speelal train, For tbia piece of tmterprUo alio waa banished to Siberia for a year and while thore otgonlxed a band ot out throats and robbers, whose servloes she control led on the continent after their terms bad expired. She Is said to bo tbe sharpest orimiual living, and lu sending her to Sakhalin tbo ltiutdan goverauiuit olfllnis ta have oouferml a luting UotwQt uixuthd wealthy oliui4. -Dk Loait Hcpcblij. I; MONEY IN HORSESl ; : fc i!imni;nnns noinri rnnm nnsr!' TO Sl'I'I'LV TIIR 1IKMANII i'oh NUi'ieniou A?ruiAi.a. 4 -l-'f-I-r-I-l-H-H-l-l-S-l-i-H-l-H-I-H-f Advices from ninny of the briodlug districts prove that thn breeders of trotters and pneera nro contemplating tho mating of iil avallabto mnroa tbla spring, says Tho Hrwdor'a Onxctto. Tho owners of mnres tlmt might rea sonably bo expected to produco speed never discontinued breeding tliem t tbo extent reached by tho farmers. For that reason tho aupply of Iroltors ntnj paccra Una not grown with tho1 lnpao oC time ao small ns tho aupply of tho com moner kinds of borsr. Deaplto this aiiniR COLT, tho demand for trotters nnd pacera of anything llko high class has been ex tremely brisk thlH yenr, nnd tho pros pects aro that without anything to causo n great aotbacl: tho ndvuuco In values will proceed. Tho department of ngrjculturo gives us tho itlenalng Information that tho average rnliio of horses has ngalu risen during 1R00. In 1607 wo reached bedrock In prluoo, as In that year tho nvorago valuo of horacs was only S31J51. hi 1808 tho value roso to f 3 1.20, nud In 1809 It wns SUT.-I0. Hut tho numbers lmvo been steadily falling sluco 1803, when wo had lu?.,00.802, un til In ISM) wo had 13,000.807, n loaa of a.otl.'ios. or nt tlio rato of nearly 425, OOOporycnr. Kxtrcmo speed la what brines money today, snya Tho I 'arm Journal, but It cohIs n great deal to rat so fnnt horses, tiecmiBo thero nro so many blanks, nud tho development of thoso Hint provo fnat la ao expensive tlmt men of mod crate menus cannot nfford to dnbblo In fast horaca. Tho beat trainers com maud salaries of ? 1,000 to f 0,000 per year, nud n poor trainer la dear at nny price, ltocatiKo ho la llnbto to spoil n really llrst class horao If ho la given ono to handle. To soil without devel oping n horao la next to linposalblo nt nny price representing n profit. On tho other bund, horses without great speed nud combining sl-.e, stylo nud pleasing colors can lo sold to great udviiutngo without expensive trainers nnd sclcti title training. Compactly built hackneys nil tho bill llunaarlnn Itarv PIuoko nllow mo space to dcscrlbo my experience la rnlalug Hungarian hay and using It, says Thomus Hugh lu Tho llrecder'8 Gazette. 1 am a breed er of both Hhuup nud cnttlo of good stnilus, which Is tho first requisite of success on tho farm, and tho noxt step Is without doubt to havo good forago. Grain will keep up a good condition of flush In either Rhvep or cattle, but too much will cause sheep to loso their fleecos nud check tho flow of milk from cows. What Is wnntcd Is a for ugo that la fat producing, but not so heating as to havo tlio bad effects so characteristic of corn. 1 am not de nouncing com fodder. I feed It ex tensively each year. In Hungarian hay I find tbo best combination of Uieno two condition, for milk cows thcro is nothing bettor, and when wo consider thu nbundont yield tburo U uo ground for complaint on tho score of oxpeusu. I'rotn six acres of tho poorest land on my farm I havo harvested 10 largo loads of thla hay. It la not coarso llko millet hay, hut owing to Its uaturo and an abun dant nllownnco of seed tha hay Is flue nnd frco from woeds. I sowed Uire-j pocks on well pulverized land nnd worked tho need thoroughly Into tho soil. 1 consider tho beat time to sow Hungarian seed Is from Mny 16 to Juno 10, nnd from tlirco pocks to ouo bushel of seed sown per acre tho boat results will accrue. i , faillareed Stock. If tho time to begin tho education of n boy should commence at tlio birth of his grandparents, as has been said, tbo tlmo for tbe selection of breeding animate ahould begin equally early, declare. The American Cultivator. Herein lies tho valuo of a pedlgreu for all farm stock, but It ahould be un broken, not only in th line of descent, but In the poaaesalou of tlioso rjtinlitles desired In tho future animal. A negloot to conform with this requirement haM caused somo to loso faith lu tho Im portance of hereditary Influence. Thero are btack sheep lu overy floak" is an old saying, and If ono doslros whlto lambs It Is nut woll to accept tho black sheep to produco them from, no matter ho-f whlto Its uncestoro may have been. Thla Is equally true lu breeding any animal for special pur poses. If one la not true to tho char acteristic of the breed, not tho bluest ot blood should lead to its preserva tion to perpetuate tho breed. Colts A natural grass Held is very valuable In tbe preservation of the feet of colls. Tbe surface la much softer than a field that Is.under regular rotation, and their boots in cousequenct nro leas lia ble to become worn and splintered. Excursion Rates Summer tixcyr5luns Vln;tbn l.V. Until September 30th, limp, tint I'eoos Syrtcm will atll raiind trip ticket nt Greatly Ilcilitcpd Hates to nlh regular summer touriM, destination points In tho North nnd Itust. Tickets guutl for return until October .11, 1000. Fur full liifdfuiiillbu call on or uddrcst. M. 1). IkMt.vs, Agent, Curlfllmd, N At. B. W. Mautinii:i.i., U. 1. A., Itnawoll. N. M SUnftlUR TOURS" TO COLORADO. For tho Bummer of KWO tbo V N . K. Ity. will roil tickets to Colorado points na follows: Jlouldor. Ili.rjQ: Dover, 43.150; Colnrndo Springs. im.tiO; Puoblo, 30.00s Trlnldutl 30.00. TloltolH on Hutu tip to and Itioui dlngSopt. 31, leoa Stop over allowed on nny point north of Trinidad going or returning. M. 1), llUltNN. Agt. NOT A TRUE MURPHY. SANTA FE ROUTED THE SHORT bINE TO Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas City 'o Transfers rrom El i'aso (r ?orl Wrlli, . Ask for Time Carda and Mapa of YoarHaarsil Akent.'or wfjle P u, uouontOM M il i.nnd 1. A , IJI.i'aao, TexiiB .1. W. BLACK tienl. PoBB. Jigt fit, ,Topek, KnntnB He lied lt Nemn nart the Itirtlqur, tint Ijrk-rt thn llrogur, A Doston scion of tho great Coltlo family of Mnrphy, whllo trnvolliig in Ircliuid recently, Oftmo ncroaa a llttlo vlllngo whero tho man who did iiottxtar I ma putrouymio was regaruoct aa n ouri , osity. Whllo wondoring about thla In- toroctlng hamlot ho oliancod to coino ujioii a llttlo tavern, and being nthlrst iiutt'red thn taproom for beer. Uo It huro known that tho traveler wns considera bly ubovo tho nvorago in stature, nnd this was noticed by two old habitual sitting by tho Arc. Ono of theso pros-1 cutly remarked to his companion, "Mike, that glntlemau 1.1 tailor than -Jorvy Murphy, Ol think." "Ah, now," . replied tlio other through tho 3 Inch atom of n T. D., "ho'g nof'wlth o rising reflection on tho ond of tho sen tence, "Yin, ho iH,"reiorted thoflnst, 1 with conviction. "Cnn't Ol too Jerry' mark thero on the dure?" Tlio travolur'a nttuntlou wns then' called to n doorpost whorcou was mark ed tho (datura of four inoti, nit over 0 fcot I iucheri in height Tha tallest was Jorr' Murphy, and his mark waa 0 feet , fyt Inches. Accepting thla challenge, tlio tiavolor stopped up to tlio doorpost nnd hnd liia holght marked, nud, lot II was n full half Inch nbovo that of Jerry, When ho had written his tiamn over bis mark, tor ho noticed that tlio others wero 0 doslgnatcd, nud that they woro all Murphys, aomo ouo prosout called out, "lie's a Murphy tool" hut oho ot' tho old follows by tlio flro woatd not , havo it ho and replied: "Indado bo's , uou Ho hasn't got tho broguol" Boa tou Trnuscript. Ordained Patinr, On Juno S Mrs. Hannah M. Jilnllonlx was ordained pastor of tho Congrega tional church nt Grand Meadow, Minn. After tho examination was satisfactori ly conolndod Rev. O. D. Wright of Aus tin offered prayer; Hev. J. li McUon noli of Nortbfleld gavo tho right hand of fellowship nnd tlio charge; Kov. Mr. Brown of Itoso Crook gavo tho charge to tlio church. In tbo ovonlng a sormon wna preached by Itov. D. O. Hold of Bpring Vnlloy, and thu buuodlctlon was oflcrcd by tho now pastor, Tlio Frenoh Congo region covers 1B0, 000 squaro luiles. Tho population is estimated at 7,000,000, bet thero are only 300 Europeans iu that number 0oej8ei,0'S0SBC0"0 0 ? f THE PECOS VALLEY p -AND The Oroat Oattlo Trail Route. I f T T - t V V V W ' Tlifsllne Is now equlpticd fully to accommodate ihoRrunt and Incrvns Ins CAitifl liualnc-a ot the I'ecos Valley and ita adlointna territory . It Is the cnttlo shipper line from all nolnti on tbe .Noriliern Plains and from the great ransea ol the valley. . Only liopruby fast train between Pecos City anl the great market ot Kansas City. A tfpllfrnilt mnnumnnt. A frlnn.l ot tlio valley. g .The arent plains have been pcopleil. A through the medium ot this railway; V Carlsbad, Itosvcll. I'ortnlci, flovl- A un. Horctord ond Canyon City, nil V points of shipment, now well enulp- 9 ptdwjlli feed and water. A Address ' O V f E. W. MARTIrlORLti, 2 or O. r. A I. Agt. T I). 11. NICHOLS. A ueni Mnna:vr. a Itoswoll, New Mnxlco. d Bost PnsscnRtM' Sorvico in Texrts. important Gateways4 v 6 1? T. OAZLEY, M. D. Offers his professional services to tbo cttl reus of CnrUbad and vicinity. I'tmila UIumi and ObiUtrles ... a Sipcctally Oniee at McLenatlien tc Tracy's. ItcNldencot MaaslnCumminR'a place. Uhu. M. wlilhhfr, M , 11. Wm. U. i:J, JI, D. WiuciiKn & ItKun PHYSICIANH AND BUHQUO.N8. Omcoi Hotel Bclllltl. Carlibad, New Mexico. (1 It, WIIIOIIT, U. V. PUTIICUM ISO SCSOrOK, Offlc-nmt IlMldiac, MoowtM otS WlnJiur lloll Call sntwtrtd pronipll itj or oljtt. Offlcliun I lot p. ta, fREEMAN & CAMERON, ATTORNEYS M LAW BODY, NEWMEXICU Hooey! Honey! FOR Money! Money! ALL KINDS OF HONEY! AT ALL KINDS OF PRICES. Kxtracted honey, 81 .no j tr gallon . Comb from (tight to ten ent per seetlon. QATKWO0D4 DATKMAN AltVMmn ATUW, OXtmuv, Nt- Msxieo, w. W. fltl u. a. lut-nuit CHURCH DIRECTORY. M. E. Ciiukcii, Bourn i inegultr services 8undny nt II u. in. and 7 p. m i Hunday school nt 10 n m.i Epworth Megun at a p. m. I'rayer meeting every Wednesday even Ing at 7 o'clock. J. B. BAwnans, Pastor. lUmiT Cni'irni On block writ or rourl btvt. rUUlrwrtl(cliHuD4)r. Mlblt KliOut, 10 . m. lllifli fur old Midour.-;; It a, ta. public orlili Willi prtulilnn TJOii, m. tuna "rtlf tml nni.n. All otdUII Intlui, MI4ck vrnl.lp, Vln.l." 7,. m. Eddy Lodge tio, aiiTTofPT Meets every Thursday ovenliiKat J:Jo o'clock. All visitors are welcome J. t). IIauvby, O. C. JOHN UOLTON, k. it. & a. .MASONia-KddrLodeNo. XI. Call ut Current Office. CITY LIVERY STABLBS. J M 1IKHM. proprietor. Livery. Feed & Exchange Stable.. Good IUrs nt Reasonable) Katos. . st a A M-uoaii 111 mouth, vtsitlog brethren In Vlted to attend. A. N. rwATT.-Seer. 1. 0. 0. P. fc&o No. tl meeta every Friday evanlna In Masenlo liall. Visiting brothers In good standing cordially welseme. . " . O. II- Wstairt, N. a Jko. H. McEwan, Seer. Woodmen ot World, lklilr drove. Curnn No. (.-Meets tbe Sod and ttb Tuesday oi(niaeieaen raeatn O H 8utherlsnd, q core cTiarfe. Wall Paper Store, '.'Wir5- Wo hnvo Wall Paper Paints and Oils Window Glass Room Moulding Pioturo Moulding Pioti.ro Framos Window Shados Ourtain Poles Paint Brushes AaKI$ Art4sts Materials No trouble to nnswrr;'(piestlons. Trougti iflecpera Dally art. Worth. St. Xiavila sa Ankg, f ana. Incompnrnble Hrrvlcoto Msmphls Ask for schedules. n.P. TUHNHIt, O. I.&T. A., Dnllns, Totas. LliWQTtK OUAIUNTKKP. AT TIIC O. K. Blacksmith Caiiriagkshop Plrst-elnsa blncttsmltliliiR, Carrlaoo palut 111H nun uuu nuiK ui an KIOUS. SQawliiK maoliinea nnd TKKE 7 a kinds ot repairs Eddy-N.M. Eked BTA1ILB El Paso & Nortltonstorn El Paso & Northeastern Railway. Leaves Alamogordo 3:20 p, m, Arrives El l'uso 7:15 p. tn. Loaves El I'iibo I0::i0 a m. Arrives Alamogordo 2:40 p, m. Mnklna rnntipnilnn nf. V.I t'non fn- tho east, wost nud all points In Mexico. Connecting at Alamogordo with tbo stage line for tho Whito Onlcs Country White Oaks, llonlto. Noirals. Qrav. and Salado coal fluids. Also connecting with Tularoao atnoev. lino which loaves Alamogordo after arrival of train cucli day. Lcuvea i uiarosn ai iuuu n. in., i.u litis ui 18 m., making connection with tho south bound train. A. S. (3iti:ia, Oon Stipt k Tkt & Pass Agt II. Al.KXANUI'.lt, A, U. 1. A, 1 Crozier 5: Bobo, , RjDAL Estate Agents. Not connected with any corporation. Taxes paldi hoUca jbr rent and salef farms nnd ranch property for rato. I'ollto Collector Onty Etnjiloyed Lumber Yard.' A. N. l'HATB, I'rop'r. Lumbor, Lnth, Shin -uoor8, Ios, Mouldingfi, )uiaingfi. Pickets, SbbIi, Eti-. itlllif f CO YEARS' JtJaaHaaMsV BXPCR laVNCK 1 1 nrtisMi CofvrtiQHT Ac.