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The public ichooll will open Mori day. Kent. 0. M. 1'. Korr hns a few flfie dogs left which will bo Hold cheap. I,oo Voghun formerly of Weed ha moved his family to Kflajr. Mm Cunt. Mnmi who has been down with rheumatic fever la conval owing. 'ivtn iiiifjin ald two burroi Wed nesday one for 85 cents and the other for 8i,ou. I. C. SonchcR Is wondering nbout the hllla of Lincoln county nunung insur ntico business, W.L.McEwau and othcra will not tat tn nnv nlarmlnir extent on their favorite, for the post ofllco. . Uurnott, the evongolUt who held a Series of meetings In Kddy u few weeks ago la now tn jsi vaso. V, 0. T. U. Social for benefit of Fountain Frfdny evening Sept. 3rd. at Hotel, lAWd leu cream and cake. W. It. 6wen' little child wis vory ill the Hfst of the week Mrs. owen la improving fast and is now ablo to bo up to her ineals, C. JI.MoLonathentholnaliranco man la mtlto n Cuban patriot. Ho will tight for Cuba us Jong as nrruo or forco uro unnecessary. J. T. Cooper thlB week received four largo water melons raised by,Dr, Mon roe; of Malaga, tho total weight of the four being lift pounds, or 41J4 pounds each. , Engineer it. Walker moved his family Wednesday from near thotpU copnl church to one of the Tracy cot tuges pn Cunal ave. A dance in honor ot the Mlssea Win aor occurcd at the home of Mrs.1 Davidson Monday evening, tho Mex, lean orchastru furnished the music. A 1). McKio editor of tho Kl I'aso Tolcgraph, paid tho valley a visit re turning home on the train Sunday. Monday ho gave tb6 valley a write up In his paper, Frank Pollock, brother of Condtifc. tor l'ollock while Jumping on one df tho coaches at I'ecos Oltylost his hold and in conseutienco carries a badly lacoratod hand, Tho Womano (luild will meat at the homo of Mra. JJullard Friday Sept 3 at a p. m. for tho purpoao of electing oOl cers for tho ensuing year. A full at tendonco is required, It. Ohneraus and Wilson from La Ilerta on tho Kddy place wero lnduocd byM. I. Kerr to engago in a wreltio Thursday which wrestle cost Mr, Kerr ten watermelons a rarity. Ed, Hoblnson of Spanlol dog fame la rusticating in tho mountains with UlllStalcup on Hooloy Cochran's ranch about 40 miles west. This is to let tho public know whero thoso popular locul celebrities are holding forth. I. S. Osborn is making a walk bo twteii tho rows of cottenwood treea along tho south Bldo of Lea street. Thowulk will bt twelvo feet wide and about threo fourths of a mllu long. It will bo paved with cinders from tho factory Chna. W, Ureouo who spent about u hall million dollars in the I'ecos valloy Bomo fow years ugo and to whom more than any othor one person, tho valley 1b indebted as promoter of tho irriga tion and other Improvements, has ob tained u contract in Pennsylvania to build a reservoir. Ureenla a hustler and may yet atrlko it rich Theodore Dernlaiix better known as 'Frenchy" tho pulntor who has paint ed advertising signs for business men all over Mow Mexico camb in this mnrnlnir from tho north, havlmr trav eled with three burros from lied Hlvtr City. Frenchy says times ore pretty dull in tho mining camps of northern diuuw, R.F. nrinnrwBsannolnted aunorln. tendent of tho M. E. Sunday school to succeed Mr. Davis. Mr, Draper fills tho nlaco admlrablv. Tho Sunday school superintendent, recording atoward, president of Epworth League nnu two eiectcu memuerB are eniiucu to seats in tho annual conference in El Paso. Whether or not uuy of the aboro will attend la as yet uncertain, Tho Malaga Junior League will como before the public with a ptogram Wednesday evening, Sept. 1, at 7:30 n, tn. There will bo recitations by Ada Monroe, Nettio Smith, Charlio Ward, Nellie AkltiB, Ella Smith, Carrie Ward. Eunice Mays, Elllo Maya and Anna Hoag. Tho program will bo Inter spersed with good music. At tho close of the speaking a email medal made or allumluum will be nwardod the best speaker. Tho sugar factory commenced opera tions for tho 1807 campaign Tuesday, running out 20,000 pounds of raw sugar from tho molasses loft over front last yoar tho first day, About 300.000 pounds of this raw product will be j manufactured from tho mnlnfnn m. eore work commences cutting beef, Tho sheds for beet storage are nli complete ao there will ho no shut d' . this year on account of lack of tr Jv ial to work on. ater Tho Eddy small boya to tho n,.mi,nr of 7 went to Florence by wa' ,J?U? day whero they played tr- i02SSi boys,alx also fn number ft baseball. An agreemr nVtB0a.?i innings woamado0durlf ,fhB. & U. LD,"fA'.?S?i01"t0 Jd27 to 27. The iWSfiXKKErF P'?y. o.er inning Vo 33to W, T' t vicwry ror i en- MdY were Fr . V ?y f luLn i Wrntlnr f eunnu JDD Winn flan' nd Ttern Walker. Fred Leek, llullano nd I,m Mullano. Jim Bhoodp ent as a mascot, nut proved ... ,o. h4,v , I. s. Osborno Is busy these days Fjr Jng gropes for shipment Ft, Worth and Dallas. About 4 hundred cases of tho finest class of Muscat and Tokay grapes are packed each day by three or four girls and an old Frenchman in the south room of the Osborn block. Tho gropei are t,Rtilftfl In hv watr on from the biff vine. yard threo miles south of town, then assorted and packed. Mr. Osborr finds ready sales lor nis grapes one u is to be hoped that he will mak'd tho people of Texas so anxious or BOod grapes, that another seasop wlll flnd greater demand. Mr. 1. 3. Osborn who never seems to tire In tho trond work of grflu Inif and leveling the utreolis In Eddy has Just completed a line piece of work on I, en ultMl, the most soiitu orlr street of Ktldv. The work drum extends from Ureen'H Illtthlanil linn to tho railway a disluco of threo qunr teraof a mlii. The strict i iimde smooth and h-vel as wMI a Iwlng rounded u i to th mliliUe. Wh o it Is stated that this is the street uhii which l'htl Klrchcr and Ifc-rt Look will run their irntiiniia $IOO.Ui a slili lilcvclu men next WoiIiiwmIbv no fur thumrnlse Is iifuwMMuy. The etrtt la as level ns a llonr for the whole tils tunce. to W.T. IJowmaii of Hope was In town weanituny. Jno. 1' -Ttiesda for the ' Itoswoi "!' w in town i lliMitil'' Ilov Thos. Jones of Ilaprninii osnie down on Tuwdny's train nnd will oc cupy the M. K. titilnlC until Sept, 90 (it which date tho niinuul cunforonco will provide for Eddy. W. M. Heed, wife and child and Mrs. Patterson, of ltoswoll, visited a couple of days with their parents, Mr, and Mrs, b. L. Uglo. They returned to Koswell this morning. Mayor Anderson, Justice lloborts and Al. Mct'nllum dopurt to-dny for u ten day's trip to Nogul to look over tho chances for mining. If prospects are good tney win proimmy spenu some time up there Inter on. Harry Kinka'd formely a tntiuhlneet In the railway shoos here, but dtirlnjr tho past six months an employee In the shops at I'ledrns Negras Mux was In town a few days this week. Ho goes to El Paso from here. Lost a Raven Lock. Q. W, Holes, who arrived In town Mb H from llaxter Snrlnctt. Kansas. ancf ha.H8inco made hoiuhiuurturs with (, F. A. Hobertson. wub cruelly as saulted Monday night at n qtiurtor past nine on tho corner nour tho old company otllce, by threo mushed men, two of whom hold his arms while a third clipped u bunoh of liulr from tho back of Mr, Holes' head. Each of tho trio wero masked with while hand kerchiefs over their faces, it is said that Mr. Holes suited the men were all heavv-set men. mid Irom ttie fnot that the description corresponds with J. 1). Walker, Dr. Smith und I). II. Nichols the people ot Eddy to quite a numl-ar uenevo moy uro ri'siiunsiuiu ior mu outrage, Fow persons looking at an ordinary ocean steamship, loudcd or uuloadod, ob It 11(8 in dock, have any conception of Its enormous enrry lug capacity. Tho boat looks big, of course but gives no idea of the tremendous amount of freight that can bo stowed away lu Us capacious hold without overloading It The Baltimore & Ohio railroad load ed a stoiwn ship tile other day and this is what I took to llll her: Sixty-six cars of , umber, 4 of starch, ll of oil cake, (1 oi provisions, 1 of Hour, 2li of tobacco, 2 of wire, a of sugar, 111 of fresh incut, 20 of Bheep or I.tWii howl, 45 of cutl.u or 888 head, II of lard, 1 of copper, 4 of merchandise and 101 of grain, making n, total of .'171 cur loads This Is cqtul to ten long freight trams which if phced In a row, would cover a distance t about two miles. And ull their freight went into ono steam ship. Bicycle Race Probably Postponed. On accoun" of an accident to llert r.nnk tho 1 . .cln race will iirobubiv be poatnoned. The urtlelos or agreement JtlU, tnut frm olfects of bud weather or Oilier goou cause hip nice may ue postponed r r ten (Wis. JJrrt lias tt very soro let, which by his side. Is held to be good ci'use. The other side de mand thut the nice, conn- off or a for folt of tltC.OO bo given up. At prosout the matter Btauda In a vory uncertain attitude. . About hall those who reached tho foot of ChllcnotPass, Alaska, or 2,500 people will return, Some uro selling their outfits ot 20 per cent of cost. Wasjiihotok, D. C, Angutt 10. The state departmtnt lint Jutt rooiTd from the Osntdlsn goverumtut, nt OHhwiv the teguUtioos concerning plnour inltilng on the Yukon, which wera nmrnilvd tliU month, reducing ths length of n oreek or river olslm to 100 feet, and tho JuooTurort claim. -to 200 feet. The entry ftio Is re dsotd from 8100 to 811, and dlrcoverern wero formerly allowed 700 feet, A royalty of 10 per otnt, Is now txnotej, whin tn amoont taken out of n eluiile olslfn dote not exceed f &0 per week. BPd inereatlog to SO per cent, wlmn the r,niooDt teaches 1,600 per week. Celery drowlng In Pecoa Valley. While eelery growing on a largo com tneroiai eoaie ni nu wiiioii nu m esperimeotsl stsge In the Pewn Tolley, the experiments ol 1808 and so far In 1847 on Hf rlog Brook Farm havo been highly llllllOtOrj i SOU DDI BIU) ui iuui uvin last year bss InoreasedtoUenty thleytnr, with a promising f atom. As nu preowitiit bss been folly sitsbllthed on oettry grow Idk In tbli ralter tn a oouirneroiat wsy, I bare bad to solt msny qateiioneor lui portsoot by xptilenae, tbo outoomu of wblob wse in many ietpeots probltmailosl. I folly tp ot Ibis,' years experience wilt title slldoabtfal qdntlonc, and lb but! nets of celery growing will be an estab lished fact, and will be one of the Inipoi -tant otopi of tbaPeeos Valley. No other vegetable Or fruit bas grown so mueh in Robllo favor in to short a time n otlery. ot many years ago It was a luxury on the tablet of tha nob, tt Is now a euuumiu neoeiilly on the' poor msj table, I know of no arp tkat rn,ulr'j mora palusUnIng otte mluoteaut of i tttll. oe ctref ul wiali. Ins than tbvvatqt prooeiee of handling celery o no tr orop can boa greater io man a cpv; crop, ir it ie not grown nti' When ,,an tlcbt. It can be eald nuif and '4p, be a tooioe of eatltfaoliuu to t.rande.n.r. I exptoi tun yi" ' " i Mrj oelery Into some of the moit orltlenl mark eU In the United Htatee, feeling eonQdent tbat ite high grada and euperlor metltt will win In poblic favor. Wu. Fabumb. The Nations Poet. Ttntr M IIIW tll OI tM Nll, M K rMr; llli c "t fmin rmkuMl. O'ir ih riiliy furint I'or 1.0'l,. ImUn, rij(i.t. Ilk rUfl. li IH'In. ,. I..r4, Ami "II dolt tl.. m,t ,1 .rir.l, in rvH.wn hli Muff .Nlk-fn. FI m lir il. , i K. III. v.".i' , r ,, Th !. . AMI II. ,.l . ,i' Til I I r-l. h llMl l- Iw- t, I ..I li n SShft lit i-1 - t.i. ni. It hi- ati-., ...il ii.i.i Mf. lrn limr dim i, Halt, I "U1 m did .,1 .ff ; fr BifMl vi ,tlil aim! rhfrMlfe iV mt HnlilMt' urU nam Im ,yjr iwl' Mm Mkia wr hm;: AM ih lUn W tM' k) in, AM ..llli. tab Mitt, tat) rut, hU 9m MfMoai ,) fJ itm p i vi sknMk, Awl tktir nuWri 14 W UM? Of Ihltk W WiriHHw I Imt Um l-kl iImiM H, tiMIt (UW Mt ta MM lW, Ami OuMlMMjlttS Mtft M Aui Ibt tf4l M M Mm Ul ilftp til tl Mrtft. Ah.1 ln mviritjr tttad MMt, It lb imtf Imt wt 1mn, nt lM ttfrji fmm mM mi. Tlw trnitto f tht turn, Whjr Ihw Not (Mr rlbMiliW? jr It (IMmni, mit Mar ImrX MrtpOHf ll OH't wpmriut To til Hhtk JMlM, Il ll ttlfVK It MA AM A.mt I hit ttiwi; mm lam, -(a, C. Owtn. nikiut.ni , Jut, i, isn. If. J. Murray formerly holler mokor In the shops, but who hits beau in Mex ico for SIX months rntiirnml 'I'liiirailii v Mr. Murray will uitgHgti In tho hiriil. i urn uuiiiium wiiii .i.fv umzier. Perilous Runaway, While rldlnir out Tnesdiiv with imr two duughters Mrs. Windsor of El I'aso tutor or wiiltor Kinder met with a terrible experience. The team wus n pulr of bays owuml by the P. I. & I, Co. and wero attached to n surry in which were seuted Mrs. Windsor ntul two dauuhteis. Whllu unMloir Mm comer of Fox and Muln street going south toward the tieet suitar factory the horiH'H took frluht at a iiluvnln rlil. den by Miss Aimlo Archie who had Just turned the corner near tho Eddy houso. An soon bh Minn Archie no ticed the frightened team she dis mounted but the tenm had lloeanui tin miuiagnblo and Kotten beyond control riiiitiluir al ii fi-Hrful sneed. Tho liwun turned siwrii to tho loft just south of inu iiui nine nouso on tho oast or Main street throwlntr tho siirrv- Imt. torn iiiwurds and naturally emptying it.,. H...U. i,ii.. ..... ........ .1.. i . . . i i . . in,, iiiivi- iiniiri inn, lu-vi-iiy uruisiiiu Missdlrllo WindHor about tho IimiH and rendering her uneonsclnus for some inlniitcK, The other ladles were not hurt except xllglil bruUes, und u big scare I'he top imrt of tho surry wan broken in nam If plecon, tio polo was twisted out of hIiuiio and the Iron work bunt. .Minn Windsor at last ac counts wiih recoverliiK ns well as ex pected from the oliects of tho accident. Who watiU to trade for town iird- nerty or IrrlKated hinds V sheen, bees. cows, goutH ute taken lu exchange. A Pew Notcjt from Calllornfn. Shuii k Whllu Clover. 1 imcil tn tlittik tlmi thu whin- eiotur wiih ihu very mag num Oiiiuim o( ilullciiMiK nwuiIiiuii; hut 1 Inivu JiiHt Iim-ii nimilnK wine aago UtMicy in lininxIniiHin nnu pounil comua, (mm .Mr. Tiillor's nplnry. nunr I'crrls, whlflh emiu lo hid to ne h littlu tlui most oxtiul mi In llnnr and iiiipesmiiaoot nny 1 hhvo over union. Mr. Tnylur wns (iirinurly n sueeoMinl Mii'IHkhii Ime-l.-i-ciwr, who Is now nnu of "tir t m Imner iiriMiuuorii In Cmlforn.n I Iiovb imMsil Hiveml lo leel this Imiii-)', und nil wiih imi Huaord It vu iirouiuiiii'eii it the ix'ti honey thei Iwv L-ver eulen The m-imhiis In ( ililoiniH .Tho Imti- i-j NeRtoli llli- i'l ill Ji-.ir ii n' ni) it:.- wnoli- qune i-iilliil l'i iiii' l. i r UK" Jlr. Tnjliii. of ltiwrnir i miiii)', hii noil fuIlK rilllti' Ueclileill) heloti.ui onnli- til), while ill ipinhty It In :insiirMMiei. Thu Inn ketHr I veiittim count), on the whole, Imvedoiio ni well us I hoy dm two yeurs hko. Due iH-e-keejier itnrted with IXfi i-oiiiiiluH. which were tiieritat-l to SIS, mid MieitriMl ovorHI tons n( ox'rHated ininey. Aiinincr HtiirtBii wun nki colnulet, and retired over 60 ions of honoy. One Apisntt with IW I'olomoii neeiired seven tout, mid still iimiiher with 160 extruded over nine tn rhU uivut iibnui ihogvu ernl riute m Ventura, sutn itarbnra, and iinnnion Aiieios counues, .llltKrm'u lilntllb nl llilu flltnn nan bills of biiIu, chattel mortguges, war ....... .1.....1- , . (tilt jr ui-vui, U.U. Hot and cold baths nt tho Elite shon at ull hours, In thu Oboruu block. Piano tuner. I wish to anuDtitico to tho public that 1 nun now llll orders fur tiinltiir.or re pairing piano or organs. My tuner comet) well recommended, ilo uIbo has tuned pluiioa hero und gives un usual satisfaction. I guarantee the work money loftiudbd if work is not as represented. 1 am also agent for ull kinds of pianos, tor sale on ousy payment, n ill also suuu tor any piece of music doalred. i. a. uiiukiuis. Public Notice. I hereby attain give notion that 1 am not rtMtioiialbtu for thu dubta and lia bilities of Mr. Edgur Knowlec, and will pay no claims In this respect ox Miit for actual iiwjwuuirlwi. Mr Knowlw has no money or prop erly oi nts im tt euner ur or oian vviire, ami an sutieniema 10 mo oon trury are hertby oontrndlolwl. E. MutUlUtM UltAY. Croftonhill, August n, 1807" Pecoa Valley Apples, 1 ,um ilallvai amihui In ntiv iinrl nt theaity fiesh from Kuawwll in any (juuuttty at from Skto II oanU per lu. Leu v orders at tha Dem bartwr shop W. 1 llt'OllrW. Hstray notice. Notlcu It hsroby ulvnn that 1 have Uiktiii tin ana tli Ulttuu un ray wtiro welglit tilwnt W0 hkb ithoitt 11 yours W RUi roiiruwn iianua, koiiiio. aoaruiii tiihi.i i rhrh t t. no bruim. On WhlttiwMtn'UwdHiiut autiUiHMt4jf 12t1ilv. V. V. Dauohhiitt. i ToTraile. House mid lot la town' for ku. Hnqnlre ut this olllov. To Trade: lkw for Anor goats.' Ktuiutro at this olllov. ! fLNBrfE Rush and Klondike are two vory interesting topics now-a-days. A man goes to Klondike to get Kash; this is said to bo Klondikirig. Another man has the Klondike fever for want of Kash; this is Klondicitis. Klondicitis begets Kl on diking, and Klondiking is an effort to get Kash. The whole story simmers down to Kash after all. That is what talks. If you buy goodB from us you will safe Kash and therefore will not have Klondicitis or need to go Klondik ing. The following Kash Rates ...dn Burnituro and other things talks to those who are not Klondiked and have the Read Thh Can Ludies Nifrht Gowns. S 75 MtMin fine black lints 1.25 u horse hide palm Gloves ,r)0 " oat skin Gloves Lunch Baskets, nil sizes, Genuine Swnnstlown, per Glass Lamps, from Mens .1 limners Machine Thread, 2 spools Feather I'illows Carpet J aclcs, per box Bridle Bits Stool Chairs, per set Fine Dining Room Chairs, Fine Sideboards...., 0 feet Extension Table Window Shndos Silk puff bosom Shirts Dale Wardrobes Dark colored Wardrobes fiSg3k tsjt Than any SH KASH SAV6P IS KASH 6ARK6P. Price List and See if You Beat if In Town. Beautiful leather botton Hookers. ..$4.00 Wicker Chairs 5.50 Copper bottom ColTee Pots 25 Bountiful Lawn Chairs 1.00 Childs llitrh Chairs 1.00 M Hooker 1.00 Beautiful Baby Buggios 7.00 " Waste Baskets fron 40 to 50 Arch top Mirrors, from 25 to 1.00 Gents line Silk Handkerchiefs. ... 50 Ladies fine Silk Handkerchiefs. ... 20 WfckcrSofa 8.00 Gents Writing Desk 8.00 Ladies Sewing TableB 1.25 Spring Wire Cots 2.25 All botton satine finish Mattress. . . 4.00 Excelsior top Mattress 2.50 Bed'stoods 8.50 Wire Wovon Bed Springs 2.50 Childs Beds 8.00 .... 15 to box .... 20 to 30 25 10 35 30 5 for GO 1 10 3.90 pot set, 8.00 15.00 8.00 20 1.00 y.w 5.00 E?1 1 fifLJBT ABi?P 9 Ska Bbm 5s0 B B Bssi B Bm B Other House in ToWnf!