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A VOTK IfOU HUVAN Ull.fi HEM' THIS CI.AKS Ol' I'KOl'LE. wint mwmmm-- j . ti- PINGREE FOR BRYAN. Thinks the Ohio Crowd Should Be Beaten at the Polls. PEOPLE T1EED OF TWO FADED BOOB Bapohliean Parly Sliuuld fmritr H tlr Ur I)ppiiIb llnnnn nnil III Uanic I'rou VunrrTUrr Ara o Slaiiiirte to ilia l,lfn of Ihti lUaabllc Tariff Larta Maulpulatud l'or Trunin. Jrrtior Plnurrr. tiaa rrtaied to auppurt, lr Kiilnir utt Ilia atuitii, lha nrnulilli'Mti tmllonnt ticket. Ilia rafiual la politely Ptiunhrd In ilrclliiiillun of nn luvllallnu from tlit Mlalilunu tlRiiuhllcnii Into crini. Dilllrr o aeoimipanr liuvr-rnor Jtuorirll unit t'nlannl A. T. Ihr llrtinbllrnii cniiUldntv for uur arnor, on lhair oaaipalvnlnir trip llirouuh Allpliluan' Governor IMlisrco U one of those nien-nll loo rar- who will toll tho tn'itli nnil spunk their own mlad though tliulr party mil. In uu Interview nt Detroit recently Governor l'li;rcti laid: "I see by the papers that the Hanna MoKlnley Bovcrnmeut Is koIuk to with, draw thu American nriay' fruui China. Jiut at thi' other powers are getting ready to partition tho Chinese empire among themselves. "You see. It wouldn't do for tho Hau-na'-McKluley administration to haro n big war on In the rant Jiut before a national election In thlt country. A few yanin nyo they were brage'i'S that no nation would dare ro to war with tnlii, tint greatest lighting uuil tnoit iowurftil untluii on earth. Then caiaa the wnr with Hpaln ono of the wrufcint uatlous In tho uorlil-iwtutmlbly under taken by thin country !u the name of btiiuauity. Soon ufturward that Inez gujablc and ludefcnablo war with the Filipino, was begnn. no an to spread Uannalsui over th6 Philippine IMnuds, where tho cllmato'ls miserable and no dal. Industrial and commercial con ditions are correspondingly poor. "After this country, under tint direc tion of the llnnnni and tho MrKluloy and the trusts, hud wanted million of dbllars nml wiriirlced kmIIuiih and cal lous of thu blood of bravo Ann rlcuu Rolillers In those oppresilnu rlild.-n Is laud en the preteti of national er pnnslon and defending the fine, this in me Knuir. under the cloak of relljjloii, got thin country Involved In tho Chi tiene trouble. "They pretended te be trying to res fue and protect American missionaries and the American legation over there, lint with several week at their dis posal they lluully sliowwl up la China jvlth only 2. 000 or 0,000 mjIiIIpmi to con tend against millions of L'hlneaet , "What a Hiagnltlceut showing for llnnnn ami McKlnley'i 'greatest flaht fag iwtlun on earth!' Any ono wuuld fiaTc aMppesed after reading tho eeu iaftd reports from Manila m to the tfiftw of the war with the t'lllplno that a few reiiltueuta oeuld have ben wtkt to Ohliw frutn the I'hlllpdH. "Haw lotiif will the American pfttple tilrate a atate of affair like that la the Philippine nttil China, and how laae wilt they eeutiuue In jHiwer a IWtlMl Hirty that U controllrd by uJi enomtei of the republic a I! anna afcttf llw riwt of tlHHht Ohio dletateraT I WfHililn't be aurr1ied If the decent, itkufty IbvIiik Aturrican oltlxeua would natw-t their rlKht nt thu ballot box nixt .Nevomlior. Twlily H .MevU n year or ho ago ebaraaterlaed .McICInloy ai n chocolate man. prvcNMably mean Hi that tho pMtdrnt waa n tort of tool or play thine for other. I have ulwnya cmi t&dui that McKluley'a backbone did Net reaeh far enough toward bin neck t ssprrt hit brain or bit will ower. The M lehlcn ltfljHibllofln ri.ndtdatM and cARalgu mBJiagfra who itetii te bo e ansloui Oiat I abauld take tho atutNp tali faU do not aeoiu to realize tint I couldn't talk to the people vltt out abflwlog up thtt UanDa.MQKiiiUy sitff wlw are trylag to wreck Ui Itts rMdhllcaa Mirty and wii3 the Uo d 6taU, ts 'hme ot tho free and latf VOTK I'Olt il'KINI.KY WILL IIKI.l' Til 18 MAN AI.ONO. Now York JouniaL of the braro,' Into tho Hit of empires and opprcasor nntlons." Rtilng from hti teat and pacing tha floor, Oovcrnor ringrce iptrltcdly con tinued: "Inntend of acudlng a taw American BoldlurH men of the regular enny over to China ontcnidbly to pro toct omcbody, but really working a confidence gnnie, to bo Hlaugbtcrod by tho tnllllona of Ohlneao, tho llnnna McKlnley govuniincnt would bettor try and protect American people at bomo from being crushed to plecoa by tho trutt, which Uioy have metered and guarded under tho uuaplcea and with tho machinery of tho national government. "If the Ilnnnn-McKlntoy to called Republican administration won't knock the tniata In the head by cutting oat watered ntock In corponitloua formed Into 'Judlcloua coinblnatlona' to con trol trade and rnudi out honeit compe tition mid try and enforce the lawa at well uh hnvo new nntltmit luwa mnde, then It'n time for the better element In the lit publlcnn party to vote for tome other party. "Look at tho damnable way In which the Ilnnna-McKluley - United Htotca government (Itopiibllean)-party pro tected trtuta luivo borne down on the I'age I'enre company, employing hun dredx of people until a few weeks ago, and farced It out of builnena. Till combination manipulated tho tariff lawn In the Intereitu or the truata and o'.hurwliie helped to force ono of Michigan' flue manufacturing con cern out of builueai, when, If tJiey hnd nny genuine patriotism or Amerl ciinUiii nbout them, they would havo called out the mllltla to protect cltlruns at linnie. Hut no, they would rather go nwny thousands or mile and moddlo with adalra that don't concern this na tion. "I urn a Republican, but I honestly bellevo that with that Ohio crowd In control, dletntlng tint policy of thU government, the beiit thing tlmt could hnpHn to tho Itupubtlenu parly this fall would bo tho success of tho Demo erotic party nt the polls. "If such n result doesn't oomo now, 1 nm convinced that four year from mn no Ohio man will bo elooted presl ili nt or tho United rltutos or bo In con trol or tint national Republican party organization. "It's no wonder tho Republican who hnvo been putting up ror this two faced, hoggish Ohio crowd nrn getting tired of tho game of trust and mo nopoly protection and Imperialism and tiwdylng after John Hull. The Repub lican party ileervej to bo defeated, Thete ahouhl 1m a general cleaning out of tho gang tlmt would betray tho re public nt Washington." CROP CONDITIONS, 04 Caaa, larshtm and Oattaau Ootloti Aertatt, AccordJng to tha oblclal crop returns for Ang. 1, the condition of sugar cAne In Louisiana within threo points of the normal Is 22 points higher than on Aug. 1 lait yenr nud 0 (olnts qboro tha ten yenr arsroge. Similarly fajorabld condition are reported from all the other atatos that contribute to the sug ar crop of tho country with tho excep tion of Mississippi, tho product of which Is Inconsiderable. Thit condition of sorghum Is In the tonln favorable, Knmas Itclng tho only important atnto In which the condition falls below that of Aug. 1, 1800, or the mean of tho average of Uio last ten years. Tho average condition of cotton on Aug. 1 wo TO a compared with 70.8 on July 1, 1000; St on Aug. 1, 1809; 01.2 on Aug. 1, 1B0S, and 85.4, the mean of tho August averages of the last ten years. There was an Improvement of condition during July amounting to 0 nolnts In Texas and Arknnnns. n nnlnta In Oeorgla, 10 In Missouri and X In Ten nossee. On tho other hand, there waa a decline of 0 points lit North Carolina, 5 In South Carolina and Indian Terri tory, 4 In Mississippi, Louisiana and I'lortda, 3 In Alabamn, 2 In Oklahomn and in In Vlrglnln. Tho Impairment of condition Is duo In tho mulu to drought and the contin ued lack of proper cultivation, but there ore extensive sections where heavy and continuous rain havo wrought serious Injury to tho growing crop. While tho condition In Texas Is now 2 points above the state's ten year average, every other stato still reports a condition bulow such average, Arkan sas being 2, North Carolina 7, Loulsl ana 8, Tennessee 10, Georgia 11, South Carolina nnd Virginia 12, Florida IB, Alabama 21 nnd Mississippi 2U points below their respective ten year aver ages. The averages of tho different states on Aug. 1 were as fallows: Virginia, 77; North Carolina, 80: South Carolina, 74; Ocorgla, 77: Florida, 74; Alabamn, 07; Mississippi, 00; Louisiana, 77; Tex as, 83j Arkansas, &'; Tcnncssco, 77: Missouri, bi; Oklahoma, 80; Indian Territory, 01. Thero has been some abandonment of land planted to cotton, but Uio area nbnndoncd Is somewhat less than was generally expected one month ago, and the department will not nt present chnugo Its acreage figures. For fVblnK Vegetables, Ohio Farmer Illustrates a combined washing tank nml drying table for vegetables, A is the tank, II tho table, 0 mUr II la 18tM prnld Democrat left a and liver Iteputillcana eatue to u. I Itrard auuia peopl lilaaluar tiara to. nlutit beranae Saoalor WrllliiKton lM hla pari? upou ttia panuuunat Isaua of (hi hour. I waut to nk Ikoaa man who falaaad If lliajr blaaad when Driiiooralla aeualnra laft tha llemueralln parlr on th itold uuaa Hon In IMKOt If h llamoeratln atu alnr hnd n riant lo Iruva Ilia Demo oralle parlr lo nia lha icald aland ard. caiiiiut a Itapublloau aaaator Uavi. lha llapabllcan parlr to ava lha Daelnrallan of IndcpauiUneef I'roMi V. J. Ilrrnu'a Oambarlaad Old.) Sprroh. WABII1SO TANK ASP UIIVIHO TAnt.tt. hinged to tank, and tho lugs hinged to table. When not In use, tho two legs are folded over on the table nnd tlin table folded over so iih to muko a lid for the tank, the legs folding lusldo nut of tho way. Tho tank can bu set unywhero for convenience Tho bot tom of tho tank should bo lower nt ono corner, with a liolu there to let nut wntor by withdrawing a plug, Pota toes and uthur vegetables should bo washed before taking to markut. They proseut a nice, clean npponrnnco that makes them sell better. line of lllilorr'a Uavarrlna I.taaan. It Is true beyond question, as nil bis tory shows, that no alien civilization can lie IhiihhhnI iiwii n race. When wh rh Mtlvinpt Is made, Uie rneo dies out, hh the Hawaiian havo decayed, a the Khiuimuik are deenylug, n tho trtbva of Mexico iMfomo degraded, as the lni Hople fadel away. Such n thing we uro now trying to dn with nil the fulfo r.f the government In Luzon, I'unay nml wherever elso wo iinvo an Inch or fiHithold. Wo are destroying, not building, nnd wo are In the way of exterminating n promising race which was de eloping from within, either by murder by our soldier or by tho slow er but Uot tea sura process of deoay. -Bprlcg Held (Mas.) Republican. I am a Hapabtlcan, but I haaellr ball tbal vlb lb Ublu cretrd In vaulral lha bast thins; Ibat aoald kapptu lha llapablUaa paetr fall vtoald b lha suneas af tht BuunitJ.4ravrar flaars. Orlmiou Clover a a Soli Cover, In many sections of the country, es pecially where thu soil "leache out" or washes budly, It Is Impuratlvo to havo tlm laud covered with vegetation dur ing the time It Is not occupied with tho primary crop, particularly during pe riods or heavy ruins. Crimson clover Is peculiarly well adapted to use n a caver crop. It may bo sawn In corn, tobacco, (Kitatoca, cowpeus, sorghum and miiny other crops after tho Inst cultivation and whuii those are remov ed will come on and occupy thu laud during the fall, winter mid early spring and may be pastured off or plowed un der In time for the planting of the noxt crop. It Is nu excellent cover crop for uto In orchards, where It I also one of tho bost of sources of nitrogen for the tree. Crimson clover In the orchard reduces the amount of cultivation nee essary to keep the weeds In cheek, and ir the crop Is uot needed for fertilizing tho soil It can be out for hay, soiling ur silage. Brlaf Maatloa, i ho navo ample evidence and au thority to demonstrate the enioaey and practicability of Irrigation upon two of our principal products, sugar oano and rlee, and 1 believe that propertleuaU I results can be attained from the appll 'cation of Irrigation to all tho other produots of the Held, tho truck farm and tho orchard, Jay Commissioner Jastremskl of taulilaua. During July the change lu the con dition or the tobacco orou were al most wholly unfavorable, Vlrglnln re porting a doollue oi 20 xlnt North Carolina. 10; Pennsylvania. (It Mis souri, 4; Maryland and 'i'onusvwec, 2, nnd Kentucky. 1. In Ohio tho crop about held Its own. nml In Wlnsousln thero was on Improvement or ten points. Prealdeut Jordan of the Georgia Cot tou (Jrmvers' association I reported by the New York Hun a saylug that tb cotton bear are trying trlek against cotton by saying tlmt (leerula baa Inereoscd her ration crop !fetj,tf00 aerei. This, aawordlng tu Mr. Jordan, I a crime, and lu hi nplulou (her U a big decrease In acreage, and tli yield will be quite small la most ro-irtoni. Excursion Rate. Summer Excursions Via the P.V. Until Soptembor30th, 1000, thu I'ecoi System will soil round trip tickets nt (Iroatiy Kttluccd IMvt to oil regular summer tourist destination points in tho North and East. Tickets good for roturn until October 31, 1000. For full Information call on or addresi, M. D. iJtntNH, Airont, Carlsbad, N. M. E. W. MaiitIndkm.i G. T. A., Hoiwoll, N.M. SUflMOK TOURS TO COLORADO. For tho summer of 1000 tho 1'. V. N. E.llr. will soil tickets to Colorado points as follows: Douldcr, 4:1.50; DoTer, 43,50; Colorado Snrlnirs 30.00; I'ueblu, iW) 00; Trinidad 30.00. Tickets on salo up to and inclu dlngSept. 31, 1000. Stop over allowed on any point north of Trinidad going or returning. M. D, llUUNH. Agt. A Dear That Laaabad. Ono dov I sat unon a nlnru hmk , looking our large back yard, while be aldo me 1'nt, my terrier, was busily tearing to pieces n palm leaf fan. Sud denly he became perfectly still, staring so intently Into the yard that 1 turned io sco wuai nao. attractca nis atten tion. There was only Polly, our cook's llttln mulatto girl, who waa solemnly parading up and down with a gorgeous brand new rag doll in a cigar box chariot, and I wondered what Pat couia see in tnis to interest him. But at the next moment he bad dart ed from my side, nnd I saw his sharp little face cautiously peeping In at the open yard gate, atlll watching Polly. Waiting until aho had passed and ht-r back waa toward blm, he stoto in, literally on tiptoe, and softly taking the doll in his mouth dashed out of tho goto, pursued by tho exasperated Polly. Then onaucd a wild chaio, ended at length by Pat's dropping the doll Into the box, and Immediately seeking rcriuro In his former place on tht piazza. It ere ho thrust hla bead through the balustrade, and to attract Polly's attention gnvo vent to a queer smothered little burk, at which aha looked up and shook her flat at him in Impotent rage. And It was then tlmt I saw Pat laugh. Trembling all ovor with de light, ho turned his head from side to sldo nnd cocked first one esr and then tho other In tho moat comical fashion. Ills Uttlo black nose and forehead wrinkled, his eyes snapped and his eyebrows twitched, while his tin quivered, ajid-ycs, there could be no nusuuco about U Uio corners ourled upward and Pat was laughlngOur AJumoi jr-rioaas. SA'NTA FE ROUTED THE SHORT tolNE TO Qhicago, St. Louis and Kansas Oity Vo Transfers from El Paso cr PorttWortb. Ask fo? Tim. Cards and Maps of Toor Hsat.it Ag.nt, or will.- P B. norjQQTOrtt 1). F, and P. A ; EJ Paso, Texas J. W. DLAGRV Oen'l, Pass, Agent, Topekh, Kansas )ae'&0'evo-sesayat, $ THE PECOS VALLEY -AND Mump. Onrt 1 tok tbt mump, sad. tnr, Didn't t Icok lunar I I iUU th p9fi Ituth isd rear Whn thr prtkij In through lb deer, Put nt didn't liurti, ad Ik Wt ) tol ale t nt, Rm thoufh I hid tht "zrumpt," Far that ilirir roil wllh miunp. Aod t couldn't mllr food: So th fd mi all th ceuld With ipoon on toupr tiff. Jlmlnrl I rut trwwih Ot tha sort or thlor, you Utt Itoup't too wtltrjr and rt, And a hid to do th chert. 'Ciiin t dtutat to outdoor. I at down In Ud Urn dirt. Sick In UU tod bit ot wtri, Ad tlur iromUd m torn llr And nw loli tnd ruJt plft And wmi mor thtt I lortit, Jiut I haven't rt 'rm xtl And I toun'-Jit- think ot 11 Tao wkol letdi tl wood to rplltt l -Kdata 1. 8Un Is ruck. Honey! Honey! Money! Money! ALL KINDS OF HONEY! AT ALL KINDS OF PRICES. Itxtruotwl luiusy, si. go par gallon. Omb from nlu lit In ten itr n.r section. Dull at Current Office. r "tt i 'T-T-Tryr-xrs.- . CITY LIVBRY STABLBS. J M. ilUM HpaiiHetor. Livery, Pccd& IlvcliniiKo ....Stable..,, AAAAA A A nfi I Tha Great Oattlo Trail Route lyyyaeaaya f wommocut. the great and Incwas" I ana Its adjolnloc territory. a nilr! cat no ahippera line from all 7 ?SH.ttJn XUe. Northern Plain ana a v... luvaroatraagcioiine vau.y. t.5.,.rlhouri,.b7.,,t ,r" between Sansas c7ty fret mk,, ' A aenerpui roanacem.nt, A friend ot tha vsll.y. The Brest plains have been peopled A through tha modtum ot this railway. V J ysruosa, I otweil, rortsles. Dovl ns. llorflloru and Canyon Cltjr, alt po'nIilpmeiit. now well .qulp- v pedwltu teed and water. I Addresi S or Q. Agt. D. II. NICHOLS, A cienl Manager. a Roiwell, New Mexico. T. UAZI.KV, U. 1). Offers his proleiilonsl services to the cltl. ion. ol Carlibad and vicinity. Fml DImsus and Obitrttlci .... a Bpccllty, .... pmce at MeLenathen & Tracy's. Itetldencei MsgglBCummlng's plsce. Best PnB8enffer Service in Texas. important Gateways. ' niil Hiys ,.t ' ; 1 l'.'fes. Uku. U. whllhtr, M. D. Win. B. Hd, M. I). Wlliciisn ft IUSD I'HVfllCIANS AND HUHOEOKS. ORlcst Hotel SchllU. CsrUhsd, New Mexico. II. WU10IIT, M. v. " I'snicus kp litoio. Offlc sd nl4.Df, iioobii and i wlsdior HoUl tnwtrtd iiromplly diy or nlgl.t. 9i9(b4nr I lu 4 p. in. FREEMAN CAMERON, Anns At LAW KDDY, I NEW MEXICO Q ATI WOOD DITL'UAN jrajf.r. utu ir, C'AiuttP, Ntw Mines. W. W. U1I.W1KM II, S. lltUnitti CHURCH DIRECTORY. it. E. Ciiyitcn, BouTHt lltegulsr ssrvlcci Bundsyattia. m. and t p. in t MunUsy school at 10 a m. llpworthUxntruo at a p. !ng ,no"S UTery "r tw J. 15. Sawdeiis, rastor. niHirrCNcicNi OnaUuck wrtor uil hva. IldvulrrlctlM(b Sun Jar lilhl. uhl in. n. wllbcUuttfurold tn.l iunn II a, w. public rhlialihirtblan 7J0ii. u.aanic hiiIu and rmon. All rordl.lly MTlld, illd. w.r.l.lp. iiii j. rowut, I'Mior. fcddy Lodgo Wo. ai,"lTofF: Mee every Thursdsy evuujngat 7i0 o'clock, All vltltor are welcome &3. II. Hahvkv. & C JOHN JJOLTOM, K. It. Afl. MAHOS'IC Eddy Lodgo No, Si, ii..A. t. a, H. .Meet In irfieKr,rcu,flr fommunlcatlon at Jiw 7 yJfi.;-l- m;. 3rd Haturdsy ol each I tt t'tiiauiiiiu Via as A fl fi r I It ATT a OCCJT, 1. 0. 0. P. E5 I No. tl meets every Frldar evanlna In Handing cordially weloome. Jmo- S. McKwav, Heey. Woodman ol World. ur urs and . ith fues day nights oieseh inanth I). II. Sutherland, Q C. W. Ufe. Wall Paper Store. A-j-,,Wr?. AVo luivo Wall Paper Paints and Oils Window Glass Room Moulding Piuturo Moulding Pioturu Frames Window Shades Ctutain Polos Paint Jjrushe8 AUKtNti Artlifte Material No trouble to aniwer queittoni. Trough Sleepers Dnlly rco to art, Wonh DaOlaa St. Xioulai . X.oa AtijraU, Incomparable Service to XTavriOrloajio XamcM CliieaQTO Atk for schedules. E.P. TUIlNEIt, o. r.tVrA. Dsllns, Texas. hh WORK OUAHANTEED. AT nm A O. K. Blacksmith CA Hit, AGK SHOP. Flnt-clnis blaokimllhlnK, Cnrrlseo paint log anil wood work of all kliidi, Kddy, n. m. Feed BTAULB BL Paso k 1 I El Paso & Northeastern Railway. Leaves Alamogordo .1:20 p. m. Arrives Kl 1'uso 7;I5 p. ni. Lenvca Kl I'uso I0UI0 n m. Arrives Alamogordo lisID p. ni. Making connection at Kl I'aso for the oast, west ami all points lu Moxlco. Connecting at Alamogordo with tlm stagu lino for thu White Oaks Country White Oaks, Ilonlto, Nogals, Orayr and Salndo coul llelda. ,r Alio connocting with Tularoao stago lino which leuves Alamogordo after arrival of train each day. Leaves I ularosa at 10:110 a. m., Lu Liu at 12; ni , making connection with tho south, bound train. A. S. Giikio, fr (ion Stipt & Tkt & 1'aia Agt II ALKXANDillt, A,(J.l. A. Oozier & Bobo, Real Estate Agents. tsnns and ranslitiraperty lor sale, l'oltte Collector Only Bmploytd Lumber Yard. A. .V. lItATT, lrop'r. Lumber, Lath, ShiiifrloR, Doors, Moulding, Piekots, Sash, Ete. 80 YEARS' HOT. .JSiBiaSL EXPERIE rBkaadaaaaaaaaaaaam Tnaot Marks OISIQN8 Ooavmaura Aft. Aarooa Msdlns S iittrb and daMdMtae nu- )M)llr.oruln jwir eiual.rn fra wbaUar iihw l prouaoir mwhuii a.miina prouaoir nnwwi. KK at tlona tUldlronnfldiMM. fiudboakoaP Mat fia. UlatM a far naaiio aal I'kiaaU Uku ibroeiS Mubb a. Co. U4 aai, wltboat ebar, lbs SckMtific Mmtm. X ho4"5tlf i!ori'ld Mlr. tamcti sUa4 m