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Join MeEwnn I attonJInp tho DM Ifti fair. Democratic Meeting. 1 'The pn Inland eloquent delegate for couRfMi, Hon. 0. A. Larrltoln, Ami tho Hun. II. It. Fergtwon, ex-delegate, surprised tiip cltltpns of Cnrlsbnd. Wednesday evening, by coming lit nu itiA f faIii nli.fitt l.ri. li.tnd I. In II.m lnt. There was alight frMt In Hoswoll on h..lt, ,.,,, ft, ,WfH, f ' ..... lound T. .V 1'. The visit of tlit demo cratic nominee for dclcgntr wrw totally unexpected, notice of It having Leon re ceived only the evening previous, tills won prluted nud .every t-fTart umuo ictuoiiiy me puiiuc.i to flCuwdny night. U. A. npekett has moml to town duratc hi chlKlron. To-night, revival mrotlugV nt the llaptlst clumh continued. loo Wood And J no. llcckctt were Itt town Monday from Hope. Mm. .1. E. Laverty wnsmy III Thurs day night suffering from a nttack of Asthtna. ? i Jno. V. Lorbecr, formerly a tUU'li nucr litre, was iiiuruoreu in iionoiiim Whcn'thntrnlp arrived unite n croml mpt Hip gehtlcinrit And 'tlfoy were va corted to tlm Sohlltr, win-re they mot rnnnyofour pepple. At 8 p. m. Hip urt hdtuin wis comfortably1 flllptl hnd th speakers were: Introduced by Jurist flMfttrnnil III n vorv limit a,uuil, l Lnrrltola drat Hrjttiked Mr. Nichols for i .i . . I fc I HVII Ill IIIKI U .111. Jill ' w i li. - : t . . TV . n. w. urunii mis luiiimi nini 1 urn courtesy in homing tne train HO nt erection of Ills bluckstnllh shop west of to glvc.the speaker an opotltuilty to Uip JJronson block jbo with Ms one (Wilbur, aftrr'jvhloh Iip I 0. 1'ntlcn returned hqroP Wodnes-'launched Into Hie Issues of Hi . tlAy f toiii IIIh trip tft 8nntA IV, DniVPT . Pn'sn. Tho speech by Mr. Li nd thn Dallas fair, lUv. K. l-.UooilBoil la liorp from F.I I'nio nud will preach nt tliu Methodist (burch tomorrow. Mrs. lid. llnmscy returned Inst Frl tiny from n tpn days visit with bur hus band nt Hip lint ranch, Mrs. Lucius Anderson wpnt up to HoswoII Inst Sunday to visit Mrs. 3. H. ilftulcnhall nud attend thp fair. John Kmr-nton rcturued-Hundny ftotn Snntu l e, wlu a- hp Attcinli-d the demo cratic conventions as delegate. Miss Annie Archie formerly of Carls bad, was married Hie 1st to Juo. H.TIp ion, n bnikpinnu on tho V) vY. Si N. K. Horvlccs nt tho regular bourn tomor row nt tho llaptlst church. It Is Kvnu tgelhit Urower's lust day. All Invited. Arthur Crozler left Sunday morning for lloswell to take K. S. Mottcr's horse and buggy, makluir tho drive In a llltlo over a dny. K, S. Motter returtiNl to lloswell, Sunday, accompanied by his wife and child, who will visit In lloswell n couple of weeks before returning. Knruefll Hroall rr traveller from (lor mntiy to IVcos wlio Is utiabla to Hpcak Kugllsh tarried over night nt the I', V, hotel, Ho was interviewed by Juo. Lowenbruuk, Thfi rtglntratton board is In session mid will continue to register names of vbters until Oct. in. Names given to Mr. Fromnuor J. L. F.uiPrHun will be n-glslpml. (lllbert O'Null tins sold his clip of wool 91,000 pounds, ' elng the O'Nell A Heokc ' clip, to the scouring plant, Prices private, but Mr. O'Nell kaj'H his year's clip has averaged 13 cents. Charley Shepherd, n well known Carlsbad boy who left here In tho spring of Itt with Will Deweese and Duvellartlett for Arizona, is now in lloswell, clerking for Joyce, Fruit A Co. JusHcd K. 1. Huberts will move Into Ills new house about the llrst of Nov ember. The building Is lxMnfr con structed by C. A. Huberts the builder nud Is u two story of Imposing appear aucc. ,T. F. Mntheson has bought soveral dips of wool, among them (leorge A. Heekvtt's, 8,XX) pounds; J, II. Clements UK); Carl Adnmson 200; J. fl. Harris, 1,CXX)( Illlf llros., 11,100, nud M. Ualrd 1,000. The scouring plant Is once more itt operation, having started Tucsduy, The meetings nt the llaptlst church liavo been n positive help to r quite, u number. Oenerul Missionary 'Urewer Is n pointed, forcible speaker, un earn est, winning personality. He has nr rauged to remain over to preach tonight nndSundny ntllKMa. in. and 710 p. ui. anil go north Monday. Don't mlsn Ibecjuiuce to hear him. J. tf. Crozler received a telegram this taornlng from Clarence Ullury tho fur nlturo man nt lloswell notifying him that No. 1572 held by Mr. Crozler drew the 8MO piano. The prize was given to pUrous of the fiirnlturo store one ticket for each BIO puruhaso mid Mr,. Vrozlrr held four tickets. Thero wero bout 'V) tickets held In Carlsbad aud about 700 In lloswell. Mr. Newton the Jeweler has put In n eleetrle elook ut hU store that Is tulto an Innovation. This lime piece Is not run on the principle of being tveffitul by eleetrlelty but Instead Is actually run by an electric current which Is mrtonitttlo or self regulating. Tliwso clouks have very few works aud tho butteries only require replacing -every twelve to eighteen moths. Mr. Alfred StaekKilv brother of Mrs. J. S, Crozler arrived Thursday fioiu Dallas, Mr. Stack polo lost his mother two brothers nud a sister in the Ualyes tou flood. Ho haponed to be In Dal las at the tlmo uf the Hood; Mrs. Cro zler of this place aud Mrs. Caiap of tlairoJtou are the only living relatives -of Mr, Staokpole nt present. Mr. aud Mrs. Camp aud family tutvod their lives lyr cjltublug uHiu the roof of u house. Attention Feeders. I bate for ealo a lurgnriQsiitlty of al falta bay In Msok and uUogood pasture lgt fallee south of Carlsbad. Hbsky Pctmbw. for (U: Cbesp Ladleu "Wamly W cycle, raiulro at tbli otfee. tuo cam nrrntoln wns n strong.nnd convliiclntr nrgumeut for democracy, touching on statehood, trusts and Imperialism. Mr. Fergussnu also spoke, arraigning the republican party on all the )lues nt Issue. Doth efforts worn well received by Hie nu dloncp which wns vory attentive nud frequently gave evidence of ltd approval oy nnerai applause. Thursday morn ing Hie party went to HohwtII where Mr. Larrlzoln met hundreds of people at the big fair. Almost nJnll Delivery. Thursday evening about seven o'clock whmJ)lck Wlckervwho was attending the jail In tho nbsenco of Jhllor King, went to lock lip the prisoners for the night at the Jail he was naked by Dick Wright for soine, matches. When Wicker handed Wright "the matches Wright grabbed the Jnllertf hand and Robert Thompson,' another Jail bird, seized Wicker's other haipl. Wright held n big butcher knife close to Wicker's throat and threatened to kill him If he moved or made an outcry. A Mexican nnined Salnznr then seized Wicker while Wright put a rope around Hip jailer's neck with n noose and half hitch. Wright then held the kulfo nud the other two the rope, Wicker being allowed the use of his hands. Wicker was told to step nrouiid the cngo aud unlock the door nud notified If he un dertook to get nwny ho would be choked to death. When Wicker got around the comer of the cage nud had worked for some seconds trying to not open the door or unlock it he was told to hurry or he would be chocked. It then occurred to Dick that ho could with tho rope In tho position It was hold It With his bunds against the throe ineirluslde, hu had thrown one end over n gmUvircit on top of the cage sous to pull up on Wicker's neck. Wicker slezcd the rope with his hands and found he could hold his own ugaltist tho three. Ho then moved closer so as to get n little slack on his neck and by using one hand part of the time unloosed the rope from his neck and threw It down all of tlto prisoners falling on tho floor when Wicker let loose of tho rope. This released him aud he stepped nway from the cage. Tho rope was made of strands cut from quilts. Tho irrlsonera are very desper ate and will go to any extreme to get out. Wright Is In for larceny1 and burglary and the Mexican nud Thompson fur bdrse stealing. Allaresuru to go to Iho pen. Oyster! Borwiok buy, on SloVidnys itnd Thiii'siluys; 3 dofcen for Pendleton b Oomblo. WAISTS V - -- - - - . - ..-.. rrvofwrw, vOTmri . The First National Bank of Carlsbad, OAML80AD, NSW MEXIOO. Hi All Kinds of Waists. Outing Waists, $f.O0, $1.75 Jflauucl, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75. Call and Iusim-cI my new Fall.sud Wluter stock of Hoods. A rotuplein Hue to eelect froui. E. Hendricks THE DANK OP CARLSBAD, Authorized Cnpitnl, - $50,000 PnldupCnpltrild: Surplus 31,350 infufJ. I'.o TW-J, I'. nifw, 11,4. iiTiimii i, llinvtmt! IhK.i W. t"...!, .. J. 1 Railroad Time Tabic. NORTH llOUNII-CWarUl.TIMf! Unre Vtm n Arrivwht CurlKiwdnt . .. . i iavpn varnnna ni , Arrivo1 ai ichwbiii nt;... Arrive nt AmnHIU) st OltTIl llflllMtl tvfn Attikrlllonl i, Arrive nt ltewejtnt . . .1 Lenyw CnrUOna .. It; U p. in Bp. m iWh. ill it n. m 11. in 1 Jisrn at uiri tTttl arulth tuttinil t m I at tm m l,.i,t l Residence for Sale, Ilefore you build cull nt this ofllce nud see how cheap you can purchase n line live room residence with I.X) Imrrel cistern full of good rain water. strayed or Stolen. Two blnok four year old horsea, one branded M 011 left shoulder with etui colled brand on left thigh: the other branded ILL on left thigh. Left Curls bad, Saturday morning Sept, -U Any one giving Information as to thoir wherenbots will be llhonill rewarded. 1). II. StrniKHi.ANi). Quarterly Conference. Sunday, Oct. 11th. will bo the oo enslon of the llrst ipmrterly Conference nt the MethtMiltd ehurrh. The presid ing elder, Hpv. K. V. tloodson of 111 l'nso, will be with us nt Hint time and administer the sacrament of the lord's supper. The baptism of children will also bo attended to, A cordial door Is open to all. M. L. lloiiititTH, Pastor. Hoard and Lodging. 1'rlvnto boarding aud room at elli teen dollars pr month. Apply nt Mm. Hlggs' near llaptlst ebureh. 4;J)iitniond nottin, niount iilgnnd fine jewelry repnir liiflf nfc Newton's Jewelry Store opposite pout oilieo. ' Otis Observations. Mr. ilootf nud fmnllv. oouslstlmr 15 rnwlfonud two sons rrtvel nt Otis xuwuny nnernoon. Tiiey nro tarry ing nt Devon 1'nnn guMta of thir re Intlvos Mr. and Mrs. .1. 1'. Harey. They come from IloMenberg In the (Inlvcstou storm belt. Their house u totnly dtc stroyed the night of the storm but for tunately the family osenped uninjured. Mr. llooso is suffering from malaria. Mr. .1. W. Stokes hnespent the better part of n week In a fruitless senroh for two flue colts whlrli Imve strayed nwny enst of tho l'eetm. TI10 Wrlglit boys lmvoretunicKl from n most successful hunt In (limdiilupe. They shot two line deer. Tho lower river rond has become lm pnssabte 011 nctount of the late mini nud too much htock wnter through tliu Vineyard farm. The Otis corn crop Is Una. The farmers are all lending 'strenuous" lives getting In the corn, auttlng their sorghum before frost aud gathering their upplos. The alfalfa is coming up finely on tho uowty sown laud of (bo licet Co. 120 acres. The Fair at Rowefl. Tuesday iimruliig of till week the town of lloswell opened Its street fnlr fine stock show ami races. The prin ciple rtwture of the llrst dny wns Hip race al the fair Krouuds about two utiles west of Hie depot to which jmlnt Impka wi-re run at HA cents for eneh per son encd way. The eittmuee to the grounds wns qunrteraud to the gmnd stand tho name making a total cim or 8I.U) eneli day to nee the races. The llrst-day's niee etniststed of a Mnllluu nice In which t'apt. Leu's 41I1I (Imrley secured drat phic nud IC It. Sklp worlh's ('Hnipetilown sewind. The half lullp.ruuiilug rare wm won by Mo OoiiHHlll's Moonlight wlth'Snmlow sec thinl by HetiitHHii Abilene horse, Tho.iimrtor mile dash for nnv pouy ntid wspnuil plsre was Inkru by New man's dun row Niny. Wedueailny the pnelng nteo I tent tiireti In five; tulle huts, for a dllU). purse with hoventy pur rent or 8UI0 to tliu winner was won hy a blue rutin pacer owied hy n profeeloiml. Tho roan wns nud unknown iimullty tuCnrlslmd, IH'opIo many being suspicious 'of (I icon tomatoes for pickling nt only two cents per pound. Leave orders it I 1'nrdue's. K. M, Dui.k. itorft 1 New Jewelry JUST OPENED ..Opposite Postoffice.. The public cordially Invited. Geo. L. Newton, Watchmaker and Jeweler. (Gleaning Watches New Main Springs SM.&U ffil.SO murks tftftfg ifniftlsflmptvhitl on social. It principle. HnstNteil In sutMtniieo Hint till who attended the fair should not consider thuutselvin ns under any restmlnt oxrept Hint elmlrtnlile rejfanl for the depwuut of the city whiwti guests the visitors Wont that he mm oily requested all to enjoy the rtilltfL llb'rly and iH-ltuvorl llml the lewt law wns tho best law, all olmervlug tho rights of the cIHimm while niji.yluj; iho freedom of the Hly. During the outlrv fair not a t-luglo nirest or nu (iiHlniirc of diiNirilerly nni duct wtis known to have occurred. WHlnpjHlay the eros Valley nml Notthtsleni Ity.wnt wordtoOnilslnd that a gmnd fix e.teunlnii wuuld bo run Hie tnUn to lestro al ks loool lime. All who liml nut provloiisly weut bonrdetl (hit tmlu lden beitigSOl from Carlslwd mid eleven from MuMlllatr. Atonehstiitluu the conductor fitvftct nlltonfe do. Alton, p-ui. nfler witns(iig a nilo dhplny of flue works besides durens of nttniclloiiB prwlilfsl by the fair committee, II,. RiDaUtrstlt load waa again nduriiAl li Crtflgftttil with theeoiiiplliiientn nf tho nsll.Wny T5S Coffins & Undertakers Goods. Caskets You will suvo iiiouey by laurniii our prteoH. s... Positively Sovessu WilHams & Gazley, SS3S LITTLE THD. A breve noush lllder with anxious (ao fltrotlft U,t If, Un.. Ilntinn-M nulln ..ln. 'Twtn pliltt till mind wn n little hluut rot no wora no uttered, not oven a Krunt: Till bli bout Mid "TeUdjr whnt' tho Iroublo Your vlMieihouTd giro an cxprt-mlon ol Younreynunatln the cnuxo oud tmvo no Hoaru 01 poll, Uutdout't for one moment lr, trouble rouriell. 'CUecr up, your woe te the nphrra ninir. I "or I am ramrod, you know, nfihu thin" Yet verr ollen Iho tlmualit wauld srlw And eauieaarent wrinkle between Ted' eves. Hobo went agtln unto lilm, moit wlio (At Ted tbuuKhll ot anv Im-mmIIi th nkl.. "lUtiaal" Oh nun whorula thuTruatl S"What will NoTcmber brlngf Know. I UIUII." 'TU now Heptembar my little Ted. November, yeu knew, li two insntht BhHdi Patlense, my Twddjr, atralglitan your brew, "vs.?.""" 'wu my uu, mw new." Ha be patlffltly valtari, a Miutklataa de, '"KTm&riW tuaaaii. mi it Then Ue went basic to Mark with aiultKM urww And wbliMred, ) It November newr" 'No little Teddy Uila u Oeleber, Keen aliarn Imkuul. irv (u tun uiin Live 1st, be lay, never g-etlMUe. ao Truata are working ler 8e boMI laniili and eraw let Mil Oeteber1 To Nwake to the laat that the people have You were ell right In Cuba, a bravo valuu. we Uuyounk'tgetlhoemee, yeu'r net In Thus ever It wan iloee lime nrat Itegan Tucm are to lew oiueee ertoa many men, botoo wait ler an otnee ler many a ear, Auaore aiwuya running but never Kt Ufile, New Mei. ' "V"- DiuniOIld KOttimr. mnnnf. ing and fiuo jowolry ropair- intr lit Nflwtnn'H .Inwnlcv Store opposito poat oillco. Vor fresh coakied. (ivntip nuv Pretdtt nud ba-akfast foos call on uany um. Thn New Mexico liortlculturul fair, which bus just closed at Suuiii Pe, was nut tho success this year that Its pro moters hoped for. That city was nllve with polltlcluns during the week and the lair wns made n secondary thing to the two political conventions. Tho exhibits, however, were us good us usual. Nature can only feed tho llame ot lire Willi tho food eaten whtel: la .di gested, llorblne will relnvlgorata a weuk stomach, and so Improve diges tion as to Insure the naturul bloom of heelth. 1'rloo COconts. For sale at IMdy Drug Oo. Krorybody nud his brotltnsu'iitwIttlMl the fair and had n good time, Stock Pasture. I Will nnaAht fttnnlr far nntln... ..... nluoe wft or theouiinl at five cents per dtl V Of Jim tixr iminth IHi,..,u'.. good water and abundance of natjvo w. grass. C ltd If. bins being u "ringer" but who neverthe less hnd bet some 8!,t200 on Dun Hill, (leo Lifns' pacing mnre. The mare took second money though Crawford's chestnut gelding, Acme came In second In the second bent. The roan horao won each of the Ihrvo heats. While there is con8lit,cvuule controversy con cerning Uej hNtory ot the roan horse, Itlsvretty well established that the Vioswell people Imported him to skin the backers of Dun Hill. Thursday Hie fnrmersjtrot, best throe In live mile heals was won by Lucas' buy horse formerly owned by Clabe Merchant, Jr. Slookart's black took second, MciidenhaH's third place. The purse In this race was $150, seventy per cent to uie winner, twenty ner cent to the second and ten to the third. Two others were entered but clit no figure In the race. This wound up the ritclug for three days. Viwterdilv occurred Hie roping contest nud cowboy tourna meut. The Htrcct nartidit wax thn irtnnt tx cellent fentiiri; of this ivhote fair, .ill (hit IKHiple of lloswell and vicinity seemtng to tiiKe an iiuorcsi 111 tno pantile. rur reys were decorated 'with llowcnt out out of tlfisun paper and made In all colors. HutflucAs Iiouscn ito repre sented by lloats and the lino ritock owners carried their- wlilto fnco bulls nud cows In wagons constructed for the purpose. The famous bulls, Sir II red well and Ancient llrltalu, well known everywhere, attracted marked ntteu- Hon. The L I' I) herd to thu ordinary observer wns as Hue ns any. The Mili tary Institute cadets made u Hue show ing marching In the parade lit batal Hons of twenty ubrest The lloswell band under MIh MIttlu (Irllllu's In- structluu 1ms deveJoin-d Into n very line btKly of muslolnus, Tho band of ooiirso was a crwit feature of the iHtrudu, there being sonm twenty In struments, Tho parade required about half nn hour to imss n given point. The chariot with the llower queen, Miss (trmaak, uud maids of honor was es pecially ghuul in Its decorations. 1'he mum tiiorougiifiuo was ilecoratetl by live arches with annroiirlute mottos nud 00 vornlVllh bunting. The oH'ii- lug nddrewi by Hie president of the fair association, Hon. (I. A. IHehnnliti, wae highly nmiiMeiiteil upon, his rv- 5?? ocuurnmct) to not 11 sluule iiunlenMiiiil mar Hie nleastiru of tho trln. (inimr lim greatest uttrnetlous was thn balloon us enslons by the American AniUMiment and Hnlloou Co. The llrst ut luiSO In town rose to Hie hulghth of 4,000 ......... 11 itiM' wiich tiiu luiricnme was ucVtChett lllld the nroucaut Mr. Htuhl . , , . ,. Mh.tviiiivu mur out accident '.nAnni, ,.1 ,. !. 1, secmctl uo would surely strike some of tno buildings but by hard work ho guided the parlchuto ton street, light. nig siuciy wiin only n scratch 011 oho kuoe. In the afternoon the manager Mr. A. T. Llusoii g.-t, nnotl:- assen slon nt the fnlr grounds. This Hmo the baloon rose about 1.600 feet Hid aronenut iliiillug the wind too brisk to venture farther. The street iittractloii by the song iiiidditnco nrtlsls wns high, ly appreciated by the crowd. Tnkeu an n whole Hie fair was n success. When you want J5VtVI (j EWELR Y WATCHED RINGS OR Anything in the Jewelryyne DROP IN AND SEB US X X Nothing: Btit the Best IN STOCK AND PRICBS RIGHT. Eddy Drup; Co. me)WMWmms Letter Prom Lieut. Curry In 11 recent letter to Arthur Wllflutns says thu Cupltati Miner, Lieutenant (leo. Curry writes: "Oil June 7 1 wan nruinnliul nml made 1st lieutenant, und nn .Inly 4th wusphlbcdln command of i: trbn. with tho pay and nllownnoH or n eup. tulu. 1 resigned to go homo In .(tibo but my resignation was not ueeepUui. Our regiment will be the ilmt mtiMti.r. edout uud It now looks like Wu. will start :.on, In Novefliber. I llkn 11,1, people here, some of them nro very In telligent. Nearly UVLTV 0110 rmiils ftrwl writes In either Spunlsh or thu iiativo dialect,, Oiijlulyaivlslted the gen eral commuiidiuir the inmirirKiila m this province, s representative of our district cominunder. I wan nceouv punled liy my onferlv bnlv. ami nf Mm boys I unlisted from Alamogordo, Mo Donald. I was treated well. We dis cussed mutters vory fully", but no ugreementwns made for the insur gents to surrender and fighting sifll continues. The Insurgents havo no army, they uro In small bunds of from ton to fifty and they wayluy wogtm rouus and lire on smuli parties. Tho i'liMlplnos havo 110 Minll'Jenae In tho Amerloan people. I think they nro oapableor governing HiemstdvtM and with proper uwWunoe from us they will do well. They nie ipilek to lenrn and onee they get oontldetiee In ymij will do utmost anything for you. When 1 was relieved as provost marshl at Nalo and ordered here, uil the natives petitioned to huve me relalntHl. 1 hud orguiilied oivll government under Lockettttiid wo got ulong well. My colonel uud iniljor ate both line inert and good oMecr. "Old Lincoln county Is a good place and when I get tble to fix up a homo fnr my latter 'days, it will be In old Lincoln county. All the boys front New .Mexico make good soldiers. Jack Maxwelliwra wounded nt Nalc In .Inn. uury, while lending on utiark on it largo force of Hie enemy. John Kelly U oar, porul again, and Mntiteli ih eargetlt. The rangh ridern who nr over htm have iifarly all rifstlntriilshiui ekPS. ?evrlhuve ZUXAp ; Dlrxlnese. irwiH nr niiiiitt, fl,,i.n... and nausta are ail connected with dys pepsia or indigestion. Ilerblne i!m give prpmtit roller 1'rlcoftoeU I'm tulo ut Lddy Drug to.