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Local News. 4 iitt4MWtx MMm9 Anotuijr.iicav) ram munwnj imhih. Thcre.nro said to be 160 onsos of ty phoid In iloswtdl. Prodli oysters at .Utterly' nvery Tuesday ntitl l'rlday. The tomiernnco lecture Tuesday night fell flnt, the crowd failing to nintprnllr.o. The tuwu board will meet hi regular station Monday night' to transact the usual business. ' Prank, son of Mr. nud 'Mm. J. II. -lames entered tin Mllltnry.dnstltuto ut Itoswcll Inst week. Cleo. II. Webster of the Vineyard Stock farm, hn nhliic(l In 100 line Shropshire rnm from Canada, Thomas Onrdner one of tho Itydjr county pioneer oamo In Monday from Colorado to spend n short visit. J. Il.Chi'rblno. who purchased the J. O. Cameron lfiO west of Uwii, will move hi family hero shortly nnd become a permanent resident. Jloiton Will mourns tho loss of a dog polHoni'd by tho ever prosont dog poisoner- Jloston will give twenty-live dollars to learn who did tho deed. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell of Stevens l'olnt, Wis., aro hore for health pur pones and havo secured nice quarters at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Illlngsworth in La 1 Inert n. A htmrty welcomo to tho public wor ships at tho ilnptlst church to-morrow. Tastor Powell's themes: "Heady for n ltevlval. or My Part;" and "The Crown of l)luwlng." Mr. (IhlcniiUllrcathof (lallllln Mo. who arrived u week ago with a eur load of yearling heifers for tho W T much visited his daughter Mrs. (I. W. Witt leaving f-' his homo last Monday. Ram Smith hits leased at three cents per ncre about 3,000 acres of P. I. & I. land east of Ilngerma Heights and extending Into hone Tree draw. He 1ms engaged John Angel to fence tho tract. Ktl Ittimscy has been busy shipping Hut cattle the past week, 500 head of which were held during the Thursday night storm by the cowboys nt Lake view. The ruin thai night was most continuous tiud heavy. Iter. tieo. II. llrewer, a splendid speaker and successful eruugcllst, will begin special meetings wltli tho liaptlst church Wednesday evening, Oct. Hrd. Plan to come tho II rut night. Mr. llrewer Is territorial missionary. Miles Stone, who has beeti laid up for the past two weeks at the hospital with an external nbcess of the abdomen, Is out again looking very thin. Tho ab cess was very large but Is healing fast sluco It was operated on by tho physi cian. The repairs mndo this soasou on the public school building wero very neces sary and consisted In replacing about a dor.cn places In the brick wall with pres sed briuk besides trussing tho building Iti various placos. Had not tho repairs been made there was danger of tho .building falling down. II. M. Purdue moved Into his new store building this week. The building Is one of the Uncut for the purpose In tho country, having u fclass front six teen feet high and a sky light eight feet square biwldos windows In the rear. Tho store Is tho best lighted In town and stands In one of the best locations. The house lost III the Jllack river frotliet was built by Mr. Duuuelley a year or two ago, at a cost of about WOO. It was a substantial frame 21 x 21 fin ished throughout in good shape and hu -was moving It to occupy tho lot next to tho Dick Day house on the lust block north on Cnucn street. Mr. Duiiuclley says ho sent It down to (Inhesion with tho balance of tho flooded hotuftf. r I. W. Holt, of tho firm of Holt & (lax- ley, sold his Interest In tho Arm to Mr. Williams, of Marfa, Texas, last Mon day and tho llrm Is now Williams & (inzley. The store building In which tho furniture business was conducted - was sold by .?. M. Hlbuer. of Hamilton. Ohio, to S. T. Hitting, the two lots and frame building bringing QtflCO. Wlb Hams k (Iniloy rented the comer room In the TkiisIII block and moved Thurs day. Thus do changes owur. H Is reported that after the heavy ruin laid Prtduy night the wost part of town was flooded and the Inhabitants of that district had to wade around In -water from two to six inches deep. Judge fireen especially had to get ou his nigh-water pants and Immediately thereafter started out to employ a cheap xnau to "kits the street commissioner and tie city. The Judge-denim having tried to employ a man to do hu "km lug," but the report is out just tho same. W. H. poison, of Seven Klvers, came In y?t?rdsy for a colllu or Mrs. Woods, u mother of Zaok and Joe Woods of Hope, Mrs. Woods died from the ef feels of blood poisoning, having receiv ed a watch or bruise on her hand low weeks ago by a trunk cover falling on hr band. The bruta constantly T grew worse until tho arm aud body was uffeetfd. from which death was caused, Mrs. Woods was about 05 years of age. Oysters twice each weak at I'eadle- iw fc tiawbtosa uoitt for 2k Law Stamp Drowned Boy Well Knoyrn Carlsbad DrownccJ in Black River Flood. Body is Not Found While Asleep In a House Four men Narrowly cty ? cape Death, Last Friday nfglrt tnt lllfick river at th&upiwrdtlftntulur crowing about n qunrtcr of a mila above tho falls, Law Slump agcil fourteen years, son of Mrs. futile Stamp, widow of llev. M. S. Stamp deceased, lost his life by drown ing aud tho body has not been recover ed. Iyaw was sleeping In a house dwued by W. U. Daunelley and being moved by I N. I long from Ulnck river to town Mr. Iloag, Mr. (llcghorn, J. Thomas aud l-'rauk Kyroeyer son of John Ny- meyer, wero also sleeping in the houso, About ten ). in. Mr. I long was awaken ed by tho horses pawing and otherwise moving about, lie arose and carried n saddle up the hill and picked tip sever al set of harries and placed them In tho house. He awoko tho rest of the crowd but by this time tho water was waist deep. Dy the time Thomas and (llcghorn had dressed tho water was over their heads. Stamp caught hold of (llcghorn who Jumped from the houso Into the water and nearly drowned but when ho came to ho mis sed tho boy. Tho house was washed In a wreck away from tho point It was loft for the night and everything was completely swept nway. All the horses were saved except one owned by Mr. (llcghorn. which delldorntely walked Into the current aud was swept away. Jllnck river has a record of rising rapid ly during xtorms and falling very quick. It Is supposed tho body of tho boy was washed down over the falls and burled In the quick sand of the river. Mrs. Stamp nud the remainder of tho family havo the sympathy of all, this being the third death In the family In live years; another sou Moll, died about it year ago while thu father wits called nway In I6WI. L.vricit: Th? body was found In Jllack river near the railway brldoo some three miles below the crossing, yesterday asteruoou nuout four o clock. a coiuii was tuKen out nisi nigm nun tliu bodv will be burled lo-ilav. T!n search for tho body wns kept up un ceasingly for seven days, over thirty men ueintr empioven, tuu cowmen turn Ingout nil nlotm tho river. Mr. Hoae stent on the banks of the river nearly every night. A portion of tho house was found fifty miles bblow, us well us some harness, etc. Josoph Douthltt eighteen, year old sou of J. T. Douthltt of Lone Treo Draw who was taken down with scarlet fovcr last week l'rldny died Monday and was burled Monday evening In Carlsbad cemetry. Dr. Whlchor acting us health ofllcor quarantined tho family aud closed tho Lone Tree draw school. Three moro of Mr. Douthltt's children Josle, Lizzie and Lena aro III with scarlet fever. The eldest, Josle, Is not expected to live. Tho dlseaso llrst ap peared n couple of weeks ago when n couple of boys wero taken III with what peoplo believed to be roseola, recovering after quite n spell of sickness. Sunday evening u messenger came to Dr. Whicher'aoltlce for medlclno for rose ola. After listening to the dlscrlptlon of tho symptoms the physician conclud ed tho disease was scarlet fever and In stead of sending the medicine went out to tho homo of Mr. Douthltt to ex amino the case. He at once prouounc ed It scarlet fever and expressed tho opinion that tho eldest sou was too far gone to save. Ho remained at the place ull Monday night and a portion of Tuesday trying to save Josle tho daughter of Mr. Douthltt who was very low. It Is to be hoped that ths disease may nut spread for It Is ouo of tho most (lungarous. Wantiih: Iinmedlutely. 1.000 cedar fence posts, by McLeuutheu x Tracy. Fall and Winter ods Go Now Arriving,. Cuntlstlug of Ladies Trimmed and Walking Hats, all Styles, Dress Goods Suitings Ladles Capes and Jackets My stock Is complete and the best selected stock ever brought to ths town. Drop lu aud sea for yourself YOURS FOR ma BARGAINS.... E. Hendricks II. J. llMflfcwftM. I fnwftt. P. W. UeMa, YKW'm. A. J.OtkKl. .,U.r. The First National Bank of Carlsbad CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. j Authorized Cnpltnl, - $50,000 1' Paid up Cpltnl& Surplus 31,350 TUB DANK OP CARLSBAD. I Iritfital RtiHifUhl) tJtxil fwdWHm JiM.WO Railroad Time Table. NORTH imOSII-eiNTIIALTIMh. Unvei'KM . , it Arrive at Crlridjit iti iflVMOnnsitHTiit i Arrivts si HiMwallf at Si Arrive nt Ann rifle nt in SOUTH HflONtl. Lesv Anvanliu nt 11 Arrlvei nt RiMwalLnt 7v Arrive i 1 nnMMHi nt . Arrive atcn Arrives nt avnCarMiMtl 1 I'M- At . .11 tTIm noun, biiunit li-aln Iavi Avar tilnht CarlnbiU. a- nt p. m p m h. Ill n. in In Announcements. I'or ahullf. hereby announce mj ly onuHiy in im lit tavern Tim. A fr MMrlfl et nir OR.VT. I'or CommUlonr. I hereby aunuanon tn tlieitilille that I am n omlWMo far countr coml4ner khI Jeet to the deslaleu ol the voters nt the pell rayim ork. The Pecos Valley Uxtanslon. A special dlsimtoh to tho (llobe- Democrat dated Santa l'e, N', M., Sept. n, Rays: Tho second uirvey of tho oxtenslon of tho l'eoos allay and Northeastern railway from lloswell to HI l'aso will soon bo comph led. As far as tho sur vey has been completed It has been found to be coirect and ftolux over the best route obtainable. As soon ns the second survey U completed nud appro ved work ou the oxtenslon from apmo point on tho llujiorman systom probab ly the town of llnKurmun, southwest, will bo commenced, aud wilt bo pushed to n speedy completion. Trains will bo run over the route by the 1st of Decem ber, 1101. l'lllsbury's Vttos, the finest when' food made, for sale by I.nverty, the up-to-date grocer. Klllott Hendricks Is busy this week receiving and opening up his fall nud winter stock of dry goods, 'l'ho stock Is complete throughout and conslsta of ladlca trimmod and vtilklnn huts, dress goods nnd suitings, .ipos nud jackets, and In fact everything lu the line of dry goods. Mr. Hendricks coutiuues to Increase his stock nud his trade Is also Increasing. Mr. I'olsgrove, who returned last week from a visit with relatives tn Ft. Bcott, Kaunas, heard I try an speak while there to nu Immense audience. Mr. Polsgrovri says that the speech was ouo of the greatest olforts of the great ora tor and was addressed mainly to renub- llcmi8. Mr, Jlryan asked any rej... oil can present to propound questions aud the more questions tho better. Hun dreds of good natured nud some sar castic iniostlous were asked, all of which were answered satisfactory and so politely us to win tho good will of tho audience. Mr. l'olsgruw says many lending republicans are stumping Kan sas for llryan while sumo former demo crats are working for MoKlulcy. Joe Hunt had an exalting oxpnriatice Wednesday night, being shut at by 11 Mexican, lie wuh taking n physlean to the home of Hi Ussery ou lllack river anil stopped at a Mexloaii hut south of Miles Stone s place to make some In quiry about fences nud gates. Upon knocking ut the door n woman appear ed but had no sooner opcied tho door than it Mexican showed h;i from tho side of the house with n Winchester and opened tire ou .luu, the bullet bandy missing him. The Mexican worked the lever of tho gun nnd pulled tho trigger again, but It seems there were 110 more onrtrldgftf lu tho chamber. He then put his hand lu his pookt ns If to get a cartridge, but Joe left about that tlmo going back to the buggy. The balance of the trip was mail without trouble for Joe knows the country well. The child of Mr. Umsery was found down with scarlet fever but Is Improv ing at present. The dramatic association known as Lilt's Jolly Vaudevilles tarried tnls week In Carlsbad while on-roulo from the territorial fair at Albuquerque to ltoswell where the aggregation will play during the fair. After arrival here the manager came to tlw oouel li sten that the town would be a good putut fwra first elaw attraction, lie therefore gave the first perfermAliw Thursday night, to n small though highly appreciative audience. The tmrformuiiee consisted of highly ou lertatiilug farew ami eomstllw a wll as some sKN!laltlwi onustattug of trap etc, contortionist ami high kicking. Mr. J. K. Sawyer as a high klaker la one of the best lu the country. Th musical features were extMllunt eaali member of the company being a niiwt clan of more than urdluury ability. Tho oompauy is eerlnliily dawrvtug of patronage and will undoubtedly rowtvo good housea In ltoswell during tho fair. J (leo. Woodnll left last weak for Was hington to aiiicriiitoud a two months run of the t et sugar fastory at Wit verly. in that irtuta b. J. nedlleld formerly gwnwoftUe itoswell Register was murrlwl in Mts uvorgia unsnatu 91 iiaijirop m. a jeoiiplt! nf weeks ago. fol- Real fjstato Sales MoLwiatheu & Tracy roport the lowing sales the pttht'WMk: Klghty acres to Sum II. Smith of tho Utile laud south of town; considera tion, To II.. I.. Hammond lot I block iW. formerly owuwl by Domlnlco nud occu- pld by Jildiie Huberts; consideration, 81,500; also lot M, block 38, owihnI by Mary 1C Fox, to same party, considera tion 6100. One hundred nud sixty acres wost of the onunl, with dwelling aud well, from J. U. Cameron to .1. II, Churbluut price, 8K0. McLonatheu ic Trnoy also loascd 200 tiorea of P. 1. & I. Go. laud oil' In dian draw on wtst side of tho tmtml to f. W. (lallou for five years at thrco ceuta Hr acre per annum. I). 1 Kemp, sold his l'eoos valley ranch an Irrigated traotof 80 acres, near Florence to T. J, Turner n I'lmn Co. Arizona man for 2,700, for the rniieh aud feed, conslfttln? of several tons of alfalfa and other forage. The purchas ers will bring In WXX) head of Arlroun cattle aud occupy tho range around the ranch and east of the river. R. W Tanslll tluiogizes tho Valley of the Pecos, ctifwiRO TlwM-llM-ald. It. W. Tnnslll, tho manufacturer of tho "Tanslll I'nneir cigar, Is a guest at tho Annex with his faintly. Mr. Tan sill btnught his family hern to tako u look at (Mitoago, their former home, lie also Intends to place his son lu tho sohnols at Lake Forest. When Mr Tanslll loft Chlougo In 18881m was given Just thirty days' lease of life by his physicians, ns ho was then a sufferer from lung troubles. Since I8SS ho has traveled all over tho Xorth American continent In search of 11 place where ho might prolong life, finally settling In Carlsbad, N. Mex. This town he selected because It Is in tho arid region 9,100 feet above tho son and bevond tho malarial line, thus combining nil tho advantages if the highest altitudes. Hero he took tip some government land, Irrigated It aud now conducts n stock farm that gives him plenty of outdoor acltvo work. Mr. Tanslll, who Is very enthusiastic over his now-found home, gives those fflOls ns come nf the many advantages of the 1'ccos Valley: It Is tho llnest liithe world for raising all kinds or fruit except lemons and oranges. We have an npple orchard ot MX) acres, be ing the largest lu tho country. This year tho valley has raised the largest peaches Krown. some of them ineasur- ; Ing frnm twelvo to thirteen iuohes In I circumference and weighing 11 pound each. This peach Is known as tho Hlberta, and In color and llavor Is not excelled by uny other similar fruit. It brings the top market price In Kaunas Chaves County Republicans. Tho Republicans of Chaves county held their county convention at Itos well last Wednesday evening, tho lUth. Col. I. II. Klllott was chosen chairman nud Jnines M. Hervey secretary Col. I. II. Klllott and W. H I'rngcr were elect, ted delegates to thu territorial conven tion ut Santa Fo on October U. The following county ticket was nomi nated: Sheriff, John Shaw; probate clerk, C, W. Johnson; assessor, K. M. Smith; treasurer nud collector, S. Tot 30k; probate judge, Karl A. Snyder; su porlntendeut of schools, A. II. Itocka fellow; surveyor, W. A. Wilson; com. mlsslnuer of district No. 1, William llenson; district No. 2, W. M, Heed; district No. 3, 11. F. Smith- Tho republicans of this legislative dis trict met lu ltoswell last week Wednes day and nominated J. M. Hervey as their candidate against V. S. llutemnn for the legislature. Mr. Hervey Is unam bitious young mini nud will no doubt poll moro votes than uny other candi date the g. o. p. could put out, but his chances against U. S. llutemau are us those of tho proverbial snow ball lu the extremely wnrm place. The wool trust Is working a hard ship ou tho shcop-rlscrs of Now Mex ico. There uro thousands of pounds of wool stored In Lus Vegas, on ac count of the low prices of tho lleooy commodity under tho republican ro glmo. Tho banks have loaned ubout all the money they consistently oun to the owners of these clips and tho business men of this city aro carry ing them heavily ou their books. Will some out) pleuto leu us aunut tins "trusty" McKlnlly prosperity that is, somebody who Is fumUlur with the true fucta of the deplorable condition 11 which the wool Industry finds Itself ioi day!--Optic. stoves Repaired. All kinds of stove retiring done; we carry all repairs such as glutei, basks and damper and guarantee every Job. Iitve orders at l'urd lie's. llKAM & MttWK. A Clllrspsc ot Seven Rivera The school Is pregrrHMltic nicely un der tho management of Prof, Jllggar. Hub Urngdnn, who was qullti III lait week, Is convalescent now. Mr. Lynn nud wife, of Oarlslmd, were the gui'Kts of Mrs. lank Urngdnn the latter part of last week. Randolph McDonald uoonmpanled by Deo Jturnetl, wtnt tn llrwwel last Sunday In tho Interest or llifllr prafon sloiu?) Kfllo Lyons Is ut humo with her par cuts In Carlsbad, having resigned her position at .luck lirogdnn's. Mlse Sussiu, Anderson and Masou spent Monday In Carlsbad tanking at the slghUt. Mr nnd Mrs. Krugor gave tho young people a delightful (lance nt their home Inst Friday idghl. 'rhuro was not mi large an uttenuitnoo us watt expected on account of the hmvy ruin which fell In the afternoon nud ut night, but thoso who were thorn soy It wits the host dunce of the wagon, A dlseosed liver declares Itself by moroscuees, mcutul depression, task nf ouergy, restlessness, melancholy and constipation. llnnniNa will rmtoro tho liver to 11 heulthy condition, l'rtco COu. For wile ut Kddy Drug Co. Residence for Sale. Hofom you build eall at this olUco nnd see how cheap you can purchase a flue live room mlileuce with I CO barrel cistern full of good ruin wator. For Sale: Clump JndlM Wnverly lllcjcle, euqulro At this olTce. Coffins & Caskets Undertakers Goods. You will 8iivo nionoy by lottrning our prioos. tmrig. ;-;lTr.:.. se... Posilively Saveacy Williams & Gazley, Tun.tlll Block.. City, St Paul, Colorado points and in Chicago, drapes, pears, plums and slmlllar frult.'Mr. Tanslll says, reach their highest perfection In tho Pecos Valley, while growers of Alexandria peaches obtain 0 per treo lu thu orch ard, and us 103 trees uro plauted to the ttcre, this shows how valuable 0 crop peaches are in that region. Ho adds that the peaches lu general nro some times so large that housewives cannot get fruit Jars with openings large enough in which to pluco tho pickled fruit, and that ten-gallon kegs havo to bo used. Carlsbad Is named after Its famous sprlugsjwhlch huvo curative properties for Btomuch and kindred ailments, nnd for some cases the waters aro said to bo superior to the famous springs lu (Icrtuany of tho same mime. In going through the Pecus Valley, Mr. Tanslll avers, you pass through the largest oattlo ranch In tho world; the ranch covers :i,lfX).000 ucres, and Is stocked with nearly 200,000 head or cuttle. More than 200,000 oattlo are annually shipped, must of the stock going to Kunsas City. It Is an ideul cattle breeding and feed oountry, und the quality of tho stock Is being con s untly Improved. I Is also the home of the famous Sir llrodwell, which brotmht 85000. the highest price ever paid fur u single tiiul. Mr. lanslll concluded the Interview by saying that New Mexico, with Its 4,00000 sheep, btauds at tho head or tho sheep raising industry In the coun try. Stock Pasture. I will accent stock for pasture on my plaso welt or the oaual at live cents per .auyertiou per mauui. riemy goeu water ami grata. of ubunduuae of native W. C. Itellf. When vqu want ELR Y TGHES fGS OR in the Jewelry Line DROP IN AND sBn us A x Wething But the Best I Anything IN STOCK FRICS6 RI ....Eddy Drug Co. M. D. lluriis, the popular alattou ngeiit, returned last week, Saturday, from nu extended visit In lowu mill Wisconsin with relative. Leo Webster held down the station lob durlnc tha nb&cntie of Mr. Huron. Mrs. W. (I. Jirown mid children tiro lu Abilene attending the big full' and visiting friends. Rnuclier.. Notice to Stockmen I have extracted liuuey ... i... eaiis at S. T, for sale, Ueplmo lllttlug's or III Mlll hanlwaro glorn lion. SawHiiK. You mm bribe the appetite, hut you oun not bribe the liver to do its work, nil tvillnt lilt tm mailt tv-IMt ll linlst tl- ulotig a little now and then with uilino of IlKituiNit, the best liver regulator. rrlco ou ots. At itiiuy Drug uo. Mrs. J. II. Crockett htu nrniugod tho residence on the corner of (Irwiio nud ration street with a view of taking n few boarder. Meals 'JTn and board ami room if tXX) per week. i , i, .,....,. ua ...... iu .., ll..... dletou'rt fi ()ambhs twi-v tueli wimk. Shsrlff Stewart returnod from ( all lornlu lust night, bringing Dan John sou. Vaitn Van nt the K.laor, A half dozen yoars ago tho Invcnllyo Hcrllncr wits put many anecdote about the kalacr Into clrculatloo, Hooa after tho kalsor wrote his povw, "Ktuitf an Aeglr," which was consldereil a very Indlfforont performance, tho fol lowing circulated about the cafva ot llcrlln: One lterllncr says to another, referring to the traddtou Umt the caa tlo Is luunted by a so called white lady, "Did you hpar that the white lady was seou by the watch nt the cas tle tho other nlghtV" "No; how waa thatr "Wtll, a watchman saw tUo white lady aud 'followed her from room to room. Bha glided alone ami finally dlsappvared through thu door et tho kaiser's study. Tho wauhuian tbw gMitly uhm1 the deer ami pp ed lu, aud tliert sat tho kaiser writing poems, but not a trace of Oelstr' (Jebft tn Uennan weaaa both a ghest ami geidus. The othbl aiieedete must be prefated with tho following bit of dlcttsuary U. formation for readers not familiar with German: (leselnvadur meaus a squad rou, and It Is also slang for boastful, empty talk; rhtdcret Is shipping and redcrel Is shallow speechifying. Tho kalsefa well known fcudueas for naval affairs nud fur spwchmaklug Is carl catured In the foltiAvIng: Ouo llcrlluer says to another, "Oh. I had a most re markable) dream last ulghtl" "What was Itr "I dreamed that tho kaliac had abdicated In favor ot I'rluce Hln rloh, only he reserved the gfachwadfc and ton rbcdercl for hlinself."ltrook' lyn Kaglu. 1 Whjr Thr onr, Dlsktr-Whnt Is the B en tan Ufa Insurant building at feaJt fwig- TlckeiwDead pallsy imldir prvKIuy, -llatlem Ufe.