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Local News. A. It. Teeple, of Koswell, nu lu towu Wednesday. Itcgnlar. serrlcM to-morrow at tho Daptlst churoii. H. N. Alleri, tho Seven Rivera sheep mini, was In fowu yesterday, Cnpt.Trnluer was among the many .passengers to Rosn'ell, yesterday. W. F. Daugherlly, tho Hope sheep man, was In town Mopdny apd Tues day. Jno. llyrne, the sheep mnn, pu'ohased forty rams this week from A. J. Craw-ford. CarUbad Wool Markets. J. P, Matbcion made the following wool purchases rteently, from the fol lowing named persons: W. A. Watklus I0J00 J. II, Wood ,,..3,800 M.Jlalrd 3,(100 G. AY. O'Nell 7,100 W.E. Hcllyer , m Lincoln County Trading Co. . , . .20,000 W. P. Daugherty 0,250 Bitting & Daugherty.., .7,000 P. C, Smith ,... 0,100 Hllrey White 2m P.P.. Rlggs 0,800 !!. K. Itobb , ... .0.000 C. U. Hurbert 3.400 Julian Smith , 8,050 .1.0. Keith 31,075 tin. it- rtivrn it,..i,.tl 1... l a.I fcffMH.1.M M I vTIIIIU W Alt 1 1 Ot XJWHUlt liUVlUU It) Iln W00' ' bringing on an average, about ' , , , , , ,, ' 10 cents. Depends on qunllty. It. M Johusondias boon nursing his - hand tho past week, from tup effects of rd Nymryur formerly or this plnco aspllntet. ; has purchased a hotel .In W Paw nud nas movoti muro irom AinmogQrao, B. J. lUmwat, rrwIJ.al. 0. W. C.o, Tiff Fnt. A, J, Crr.wfer'4, UaUkn, The First National Bank of Carlsbad, CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. ,Vf4l , ff TUB BANK OP CARLSBAD. Authorized Cnpltnl, - $50,000 PnldupCapltnl&Surptus 31,250 liiitiiul EiifiiiWil; ( Ual liMlWm JJM.OM PiMoroaii V. . I'raafenl, r. 0 Trwy. 0. W Chwilrn, A . J. tWfenl, II. J. Il.mm.i... J Prank UcOlenry, on ,pl I time JJddy county man, was in town Tuesday and f Wednesday. C, A, Primrose of tly flentry snow, cnino lu yesterday to Interview tho newspapers. 4 L. O, Pullon has gojle to Clurlnnatl to v,( hi sister, Mfs. Irvvln, who re cently "roturned from Porto lllco Mr. and Mrs. Arthur O'QuInn rejolco lp the ndvont of n new daughter ' who , arrived last week, Friday, the 12th. Prank liarflold, who located In ilos ' .wtll a couple of months ago, has tigaln returned 'o Carlsbud, business ;bclng better here, la his opinion. GntowOod & Dateman, the attorneys, '" have rocqntly renovntod aud Improved their commodious olllco rooms by paint ing, paporiug nud otherwise brlghtcu Ingup tho Interior. Messrs. Cherbluo & Shernd have an xexcellcnt pasturo for rams, also plenty ' 'of feed and good water west of town. Sheepmen are requested to correspond If In need of rams, or a good place to keep them. 1). L. Kemp, Monday, sold his ranch at tho mouth of Last Chanjo to Paul (f Ares of Tozas. Mr. Area will locato 503 head of cattle near tho ranch, Mr. Kemp still holds his locations at tho head of Last Chance. Tho train rrom tin south Thursday was two or thrco hours late on account Cf tho trucks of the englnojumplng the truck Just south of Otis. A light en gine was sent down and found that the train crew aud Itoadmaster Stlnson had gotten the locomotive back on the I track. Tho train left hero ovor three hours late. Mr. And Mrs. Charley Wright sold their farm of fifty acres to J, M. Hess and tho transfer has been completed. The place couslstcd of fifty ncres on tho Hogers section southeast of the Vineyard Stock Farm, with houso of five rooms, stable, orchard, farming , tools, etc., all well Improved. Tho price paid was 81,250, The Woodmen of tho World; are ad ding new membdrn under tho special dispensation allowing n rate of one half tho regular Inlatlou fee, which is 810.00. Tho 83.00 rntu will only con llnno for a limited time. The lusur ttucolsthe least expensive aud most secure of any, besides providing for a 8100 monument. Tho Woodmen have a reserve fund nufllclent to meet nil ex- ceptlonal drulns on the treasury inak lug It perfectly secure. CI. A.. White, the big sheepman of Hagennan, was here Monday and Tuesday he bought and shipped to Ills ranch forty fino bucks from Mr. Cher A lino. Uuclo Ueorgo don't say much on " politics, bub says it looks a little bit strange to sell wool for ten cents when the tariff le even higher than that amount. I'ls more of that grand thing republican prosperity-Uncle George, and you won't have to bear with It much longer. Undo George says he is for the straight demouratlo ticket now though he has voted tho republican ticket for eight years. Tho proceedings for the extradition of Nat Camp from New Mexico to Texas have been dismissed, his attor ' . . . , , , 1 1,-4 having resisted the application for requisition from (iov. Bayers of Texas to (Iov. Otero of New Mexteo on the grounds that the case against htm in this oounty should be tried llrst. Camp was charged with larceny lu Texas lu two oouuts, also four counts In New Mexleo. lie Is under bond here aud hi extradition would relieve his bonds men. The governor therefore thought btst to try him here llrst. J. W. Ilsrfleld and Sol Sehoonover figured In a serious runaway while quail hunting Monday, near Tucker's place ' south of town. The horse they were drlvlug In some manner sot his bridle off And at once started to run, Scbootv overjumped out but Ilsrfleld stayed with the buggy while tho home took & ' ruu of a couple of miles over the pral tie bringing up at the ditch crossing at Tucker's house. The horse plunged Into the water wblnb was about four Affect deep and while crowing liarfleld jumped Into tho water. Tbe horse ran up the bank and about 100 yards to a feuce where be atruck the barb wire and tbrewtilmself, fren which position bo was extricated by bouoouover auu DarfisR Railroad Time Table. NUIITII BOUMU-OKNTIULTIHS. Leave I'ceej ..... ttUp. m Arrive ntCnrtttmil at ittop. m travel CjirTfcd at Mlip. m ArriTM ni iiimwwii ni oiu p. Arrive at Amnrlllo nt SiOO . miutii miuxi). lMvr Amarlllo nl SiaO a Arrlyvn at itMWtfl nt 2m p. (ArrlVM nt CnrUtwa tt P LcuvFuCarliltnil ,1tVn. where he lived for tho past three yettrs. W. L. JJobo Is home from Dallas aud other Toxus joints. Whllo absent he wait appointed commander 7or New MexJ.co of tho flons or coufcdenito vo(o. raus wllli rank of major general, and power to establish comjpsUn N.ew Ico, Washouts on the T. A, P. west of. V cos caused the abaudouflcut of aUeaM bound trains Wednesday and '.Tuiwhtf. and tho Itlnglng llros,. ioy, blllcdi t0 show lu Pecos Prlday, qiwjctjljcd tho.Qn gngement at that polnA and, wenft dli reci 10 itoswen. The marrlngc of Manager PolsgroM' of tho wool scouring mill while absent) In Muscogee, I. T., on Sept. 3rd, Is quite a surprlso to his friends. His bride was Miss Adnlllchardson of Novaua, Mo., (the old homo of Mr. P.,) and nn Instructor In ouo of the schools in Mus cogee whoso resignation was not ac cepted. Consequently Mrs. Polsgrove could not como hero to live. Father Albert Wagner came In Thursday evening to perform tho mar ringo ceremony, at tho home of tho bride's brother, Mr. Harry Christian, which united 'a. T. Heed and Miss Leila Christian as husband aud wife, Miss Christian being n Catholic. Mr. Ilcod Is tho business manager of tho Argus. Tho many friends of this pop ular couplo wish them a long aud picas ant Joumey through life. Jno. O. McKeeu brought in a bunch of a mixture of sorghum cnuo and Johnson grass. Tho plant 1ms a soed hooding very similar to Johnson grass but contain many small cano seed; Tho stalk also Is n very clear mixture of cane and Johnson grass being about eight feet tall. Mr, McKeen says that when ground covered with Johnson grass is sown to cano that two plants will mix and within n few years by plowing and sowing to cane all vestage of Johnson grass will disappear, Oemry Is Coming. Tho educated ponies, dogs, monkeys and small elephants, that will glvo ex hlbltlom under their mammoth tent In Carlsbad Wednesday, Oct. 31, afternoon and evening. Too much can hardly be said in praise of these highly trained animals, the exhibition that they give Is so utilise o other entertainments given by educated horses nud dogs. Thero Is not one dull moment on the program, nothing that Is monotonous. It Is comedy from start to finish it is high class amunement and strictly moral. Prof. U entry has spent yearn of tlmo and labor In designing the most nttrao tl ve way of exhibiting their Intelligence No one In tho city should miss this grand opportunity. Prices- tiro within reach of all. Laverfr Has Just opened a barrel of No. 1 fat mackorcl. ArrlVM nt Treat nt iltMn. tTtie inulh bound train lavs over nlstit Cantoad. Tho following from the Capltau Miner refers to an erstwhllo Carlsbad citizen: Adolph Norbom has opened up n flno lino of confectioneries lu hlsnew build lug on Fourth street. Mr. Norbom is a progressive young mnn who camo here some tlmo ngo from Michigan for his health and ho is so well nleitscd with our climate that ho has decided to lo cato among us. Tho finest lino of Crockery over brought to tho Is city now i-u-routo for Williams & dazley lu Tanslll Block. W-fl. Drown has about completed his blacksmith, wagon nud paint shop on Pox street wost of tho Ilronson block. Tho building Is 20x40, two stories, nud constructed of corrugated Iron. Mr. Drown will bo prepared to do all work conueotcd with tho black smith, wagon and carriage lines as well as all kinds of palutlug. Machinery and tools of all kinds repaired on short notice. "The Llfo of a young Adventurer," tho beginning of a series of sermons to ' young men, Is Pastor Powell's uvenlng themo nt tho liaptlst church, You ! are Invited. Catholic Services. Ilov. A. Wagner will olllolate at 8t. Rdwanls at 0:30 n. m. Sunday. Oct. 88, arriving Saturday and leaving Tuesday morning. Trenching at morning ser vices 8undny,in Hnglish nud Spanish, Dinmond sotting, mount ing mid Pino jowolry repair ing nt Newton's Jowolry btoro opposite post olhuo. Messrs. Cherblno & Sharnd report tho following fluti rams sold to dato: W. H. Duokley 4f, Cnmorou & Davis 17 Pete Marly 28 J. A. JJeokott 5 M.Ualrd 15 W.ll.Hllion 10 W. A. WntkinB 15 Mnlley 2 !. A. White, 40 0.0. Harbor! 5 Notlco tho advertisement of Mosirs. Cherblno & Shorad In this Issue. W. II. Slnughter, postmruitor nt this place for four yearn nud nn old timer hereabouts, hits been nominated cu the democratic tloket for tho legislature, for the couulloa of Dona Ana, Otero nud 0 rant. W. M. Dnuchnnuon, the popular dry goods clerk, loft yesterday for lloswull to spend a fow days seeing tho sights and tnko a rest. Hon!:-Monday, to Mr. nud Mrs Geo. Lucns.n lino boy. Ocorgo Is re covering, while motner nud son nru do lug well. WAISTS All Kinds of Waists. Outing "Waists, $1.00, $1.75 Flannel, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75. Call aud Inspect tay new Pall and Winter stook of Hoods, A complete lino to select from. E. Hendricks New Jewelry Store JUST OPENED ..Opposite Postoffice.. The public- cordially invited. Geo. L.Newton, Watchmaker and Jeweler. Gleaning Watclies New Main Springes $1.50 $I.SO L. W. Holt was hero yesterday seeing thu sights. The P. V. brldgo crew went north yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. (loetz went north to Ilostvoll yesterday. Mrs. P. S. Mutter nud sou were pas scugera north to Itoswell on yesterday's train. Tho city council nud lire department will move Into their new quarters next week. Lohts A prayer book. Plnder will be rewarded by leaving samo nt this ofrlce, Conductor Uossett's wife and mother went up to Hoswoll yesterday to visit and see the droits. Mr. Puller, tho upper country horse man, spent several days lu tuwn, re turning home yesterday. I. S. Osborne and wife wero passen gers north to Itoswell yesterday. 1. 8. said he had to see the elephants. Thu city hall has tumimed a flulshed appearance, the front having been put In shape with doom for the admission of the horse carts and ohemloal engines. The lire bell has been placed In a tower tin top nud u imrtltloii leaving ample room for the lire apparatus put lu. It. M. Johnson did the remodeling act ttsblited by Stanley White. Malaga Items. Mr.Slisell and family have moved luto the lloukro house. Mr. Morgan Livingston aud family have moved to the Young ranch. Mr. P. 0. Itusb and family are resi dents of Malugu. Kd. Caldwell keeps one hand busy chipping tomatoes aud apples. Mr. P. U. Tracy Is a visitor at Mai aga. Quite a uumuer or our people are golog to the show at itoswell, N. W. Weaver Is our Hon. (Jo. Com Who l Oliver DlUonV "HertetHe" "Man's Pond Hope: or the song of the Siren" tho morning themo at the Iluptlst church. I). A. Starkweather, tho popular trnv ellng pnssenger ag4it of the Pecos Systom, went north yesterday, Queen Olives aro tho llnest on earth l oit enn got tnem nl Lawty s lu any quantity you want. Ho has them by thu barrel, Mary Mooro left yesterday for a visit with friends In Itoiwoll. Mr. aud Mrs. W.T. Heed aud Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Christian went up to Itos well yesterday to spend a few days aud see the circus. s Fresh oysters at Laverty'a every Tuesday and Prlday. Nature cau only feed the llame ot life with the food eaten which Is di gested. Herblne will relnvlgoroto u weak stomach, and so Improve diges tion as to Insure the natural bloom of health. Prise Meeau. Per sale at Pddy Drug Co. Otis Observation. Mr. Heard of Carlsbad was n visitor In the Otis neighborhood Tuesday morning, transacting business at the Orange County Stock farm. Mr. Mlhlfrc'l was quit busy Inst week getting up his annual crap report for , I. Co. Mr. llreuels Is making preparation to move to Texas this winter. Mr. llreuels is n good ultlr.cn, Is making a good liv ing hero nud wo will be sorry to lose htm. Mrs, Chus. Wright bus sold her farm to J M.llewund expects to move to Florida, Prof. J, II. Goodrich was cycling around among tho patrons of the school Suuduy. The Otis pupils seem to bo leading strenuous lives. "As the twig Is bent so doth the tree Incline." Would it not be we well for discipline to begin tho home, Tho foundation for good manners and good moral Is laid lu the homo Ifu. Scnscloss Twaddle. J, A. Eddy, the chief of white, leg; Rings und goif slicks of New Mexico, Is out with u statement that should Dryan bo elocted the extension of the Northeastern nnd Itock Island wilt be abandoned, No doubt Mr. Jdd) knows more about knee brcochos and Kuglish whiskers than ho does about politics, and thut hu'luis iiiudo an ass of himself this tlmo Is plain even t an Kl Paso school-boy, Mr. Pddy's proper sphere Is golf, aud Cottonwood culture, and ho should not betray his density by trying to connect railroad construction with presidential elec lions. Two years ago the Now Moxlco legislature passed thu Infamous coul oil law and Governor Otero signed the bill. In convention at Santa Pu inst week tho republicans denounced the tow as unjust. Hero Is a cnuo of tho father denying thu offspring, Capltan Miner. Residence for Sato. llofore you build call at this ofltco nud neo how cheap you can purchnsu n lino livo room residence with 100 barrel cistern full of good rain wntcr. Presh shipment of pickles Just opened nt Laverty'a. Although Hrituln has spoliated tho Hour republic and removed the Trans vaal from tho map oflndlvldunl nations tho Doer is yet troublesome. Hands of the uncompromising patriots still rofuso to pass under tho yoke, and may yet harrass tho haughty Pugllshman for an ludellnlto period. Dizziness, loss of annetite. flatulency and nausea are all connected with dys nenslaor Indlcestlon. Herblne will Klvo prompt relief. 1'ricotOcts. For sale t Kddy Drug Co. Oentry'a Dog and Pony Show. Prof. Gentry's Dog and Pony Show which win oxhlbit In Carlsbad Wednes day, Oct. 31, utteruoon aud evening, Is porhnps ono ot tho most wonderful or Its kind In tho United States. Tho in tolllgence of these ponies und dogs Is truly wonderful, and It Is all dono by klndnes. Kvory animal answers promptly to his name, and does overy thing he Is told to do except talk Professor Gentry has 131 dogs, 57 po nios, SS monkeys, and 2 small perform in it elephants 42 Inches aud 45 Inches high. The ponies aro all Shetland ex cept "Kurekii" nnd "Dotty Dimple, which aro Hast India "horses," tho only two of tho kind In tho country. Tho dogs comprise every ipecles from the Ituslun poodle to thu Indian cur, but they are smart. The backward sum ersault, tho lamo dogs, tho clown dogs the leaping of tho troupe of grey hounds, and abovo all, tho trick of "Omaha" and "Major" aud the re markohlo acting of "Colonel" aro very line. The pony drill Is superb, as Is all the mischief making of "The Tougli." BELGIAN HARES. " VTli.t Caitltntr th. Pin. Paint $ Tbn Popular Anient, The iinestlon In oftou asked, "What aru tiio fine potnta of a Ilelglsn hare? and In reply to Hint question I rrm Sir. tho standard as approved and adopted by tho Kntltali aud American breeder. DbqiiillCrttleM (11 tttM ft fill'n fir f irt, nt Whllt rretrt frit ur hll Mr or tm tn Mmt. (I) Pflildl' wtr (rout lert. () Wry (til. A iptrlm.n kal4 Utt th ton.M of w doubt. tVlor. -nitli rufu. rt4 (tit duk, unnirf Ml M), rwnil 'II d.vti ud.l tei MM quit Itn tnd tl IIIU. ttMU Mtr tw u pl U S9 Tlfklrif. Hithtr itr trtfanr or) plratl ful Wup. flod) lonr, 1Mb, U luckM p flank tflil wrll rlUxd upi Mr Utklir ttMl.rt) loin will rrundrd, net ikerpri Utd itUvr Imjrtkt mixtuhr fJ.Mt, tall itrtUM:, b4 tafKl it! tlUicrlli.r l i tiiMtrtnr. M Cir. Atot Art iartxt, tIJn, .U luii en Oh M (l ir ion enUISi dfi u wm. I1( I rood relet Imldi tml ruuld tad nil ml un 16 K-rt.-' II.mI rotcr, Itrr. ruuaJ, Mkl u4 KW Xt i and rt. Vtn ImI tad W ( airilflil, alrndu, rU ralMM irwl tic rrMn UU tu Mud (. u vU oolor4 t( po a: U AUml rlfht ptmnda ., I tbndlilMb Not lal, tul rh tm, uu t rat km, and lo-l lualllr et 'ur - 0 without dup a Tel - MS The lUlgian hare Is a meat producer It la alau n fur producrr, nnd thorn la no waste lu tho llttlo crraturr, and tha frcdlng of It casta practically noth ing. It can be kept lu small spaces a single animal tn n huirti 2 by 3 and breeding doe in a hulcb "V, by 4. W have no domostleattd animal that will thrlvo In a small n paci as tiio rial glan hare. It U a clean nnlmnh Uirlv Ine on vegotahlo food, Riirdrn track, bay, clover, etc. tn fact, tt la a coed bit like a thp. It will ent tnont any thing, hut gretn food ehuuld bo fed sparingly. They am also very proline. A do will produco from six tu eight young strrs about every 70 days. The qtumUon haa been asked mo a number of times, at what ngo la tli best tlmo to purchano young etoclcT YounB stock la Ronorally sold nt tiio ago of it tnotitb. nut at tins ngo It Is Indeed very hard to toll what you aro purchaslne, for It Is at this arte that they aro lonlnc thoir baby color ana comrucnclns to act thoir real rotor and ticKtng, nuu a naro uoes nor, rnuy ma- turo until from 8 to tl months of. ngo, ami It la mivlaaum not tu uruou tlicin until that age. Mr odvlco would bo to a buglnner to purchano an flno a doo rut his or her purso will ullow. Havo her brrxl to a buck equally Une, niul tr you raiaa extra good youncttera from that mat lug, keep brcedins tho doo to toe same buck for at least n fow times. A cood Individual epcliiicn. backnd by nuces tore of known quality, novur proves a disappointment, and If properly matrd will produco young hotter than herself. American Poultry Journal. Th I.nt Chleka. What are tcmud late chicks are fhole Ibatchctl out nfter Juno 1. It Is admit ttil that the majority of persous bar greater success with early chicks, but that Is duo to ttmlr being frcn of lice, tho later chtcka Huccumhtnrr Imcauso of bf lac amallor and weaker than tho ear ly onoM. Hut lice must not be constd errd lu tho coinparlaon, as It la thu du ty of every ouo who rataea chtcka to keep llco down. It may require labor, but tho labor mutt bo bestowed or the hntcbliig of chicks ahnndonod. At though prices aro low during tho sum mnr months, yut rhlcks will nearly al ways bring in cents n pound when 2',6 pounds welRht rnch. More can bo ol talned when sioclal uiarkvta or cub tomers aro aousht, nnd thcru Is at least ono good market for nil the chleka that can bo rained, nnd Hint li tho family, table.-roultry Keeper. Stock Pasture. I will accent stock fornnsturo on my place west of thu omial ut live cents per day or 1 00 per month. Plenty of good water und grass, abundance of native W. C. Itelff, Tho niMtstuubnrn oases of Hrnnehl tlssuseumb to Dallard's Hnrohound Syrup. I'rleo S and 60 cts. For sale at rtddy Drug 'o. Whan you want A, J EWBLR Y WATCHES RINGS OR i Anything in the Jewelry Line DROP IN AND SEE US X X Nothing But the Best IN STOCK AND PRICES FIOHT. Eddy Drug Co. 1 l)rcid 1'onlfry nt ahorrtl. Are show uianngcrs mattlnc arrnnKf inenta for good dlapiaya of dressed poultry nnd egird during tho coming season? Tho market business Is the foundation of tho poultry Industry ot thu country. nd It Is Increasing In Im portant every year. This feature baa been neglected too long, and It uliould be made prominent nnd breeders, not dealers, bo cueournged to compete. Poultry Monthly. Tlralr Caeltlrs. KnergyT Yes, It Is a most dealrftbtp factor In poultry culture, nut enorcr Mtisnn tmllNl tiv ronrtuon senso Is a wasto of forces which are given us a be utilised, not dissipated, says xmb tlonaJ Punolera' JournaL Tha ItalfJmore Hun says thero Is no reason why a largo flock of fowls nnd number of hives of beca couia not do uutnsKMl by a woman, and It Is pos- ihln that with the extra care mat would probably le bestowed the prlU would be ns lare?. not larger, man when managed by the malo sex. Orange Judd Parmer says the utility strains of White Wyandottea havo more rood point for tho fanner than any other breed. They are very good myers of brown eggs ami win lay through the winter months and keep tt up tn summer. The Wyandotte is very quiet lu disposition. If you are looking for a bustnesa to which you can jrivo tho very best of your ability and care. It Isn't ueceMftr for you to ndopt a profession, eaya Sa tlonal Panclern Journal. Just a lni pie. plalu chicken business will furnish al thu opportunity for scientific cs pcrlraeut. atudy and researeh any otla needs. If thero Is ono thing mero newsier than any other Id suemsfolty con dueling affair., It Is system, say Kf tlonal PatMlera' Journal. Ual onvri ndeavont aw nyitwulied they an prtxit to bo unprefltabls, aad it U hooves every poultrymau to m tfaat bis busluaas Is so mauaged tt.it tiu waste of effort will bo redattd 10 mlHlHUIIII.