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V LOCAL. . Thero trill be preaching at.tuo llup tltt churrb Sunday. Mn, W. Crony fed fifty two peo- jilo yesterday at Hotel Windsor. F. , Bryant and Mlu AdelU l'ark-e- will ba married at draco church Wednesday Nor. 11. "W. V., nrr was called to Hagerman this rttkdna- br a messaae nnnotmc- ng t JJ'Bwrotis IIIucrs of his sister. Ur. Kmereon was at llagerraan last Sunday and rr ill ctititlnuo to preach llioro the second Sunday In each month, The Wild boys, Sir. Tedford and Don, Jack, brought in Rerun antelope Thursday from tlw country MJrth of (own. Cub Conway cattle In Monday from Silver City to attend court, but wait kept busy shaking hands with old friends all week, The Pecos Vulley exhibit (of tho Texas state fair at Dullas wus taken out last Saturday in charge of Hubert ftcllahln and V. II, Jones, i. Thos. Smith departs to-day by Wugun for Odessa Tex, to take a car penter Job with C. O. Merrllteld. Mr. Smith catno here last fall from Hath Iu accordanco with a request made by the .Woman's Christian Temperauce Union, r. Kmersou will preach on temperance at the llupthtt church Sunday morning. J. P. Hughes, a young man from Wuuonvlllo Cul.auda friend of Kngln Veer McCarthy of tho lleotSugar Co, t-unfe In Monday and will ucceptu post tloif In tho factory. The firm of ItobcrU llros., for the past live years dealers In gents furnish ing" flfauds, boot, shoes, iwtsy caps etc., will close out at cost oud go out of bhslncss at once. While closing out the stock somo rue bargains will bo given, The llaptlst pie supper in the Tonsil! block, Tuesday night, under tho man agement of the Ladles Aid society was a success, It was a combination of (fjhd pie, good music and a good time In the way of soclubllity and mutual enJoynremV A petition rtai gcridrbiiBly signed ..this week to C. M. Poruker the U. S. Marshal for this territory asking him to appoint W. W. Anderson deputy nt Eddy. 1)111 would make a model deputy having had years of experience on tho frontier, W. 15, Dewccso, formerly a grocery clerk in Kddy utid well and favorably known by all olu timers, writes a friend that ho will spend Christmas in Eddy. Will has many friends In Kddy who Will be glad to see his smiling countcn fcanct) oueo more. Ho Is now in Jeromo, Arlrona IJev. Lallance, the now minister sent (o this charge by tho Methodist con ference, will arrivo the morning of tho tflst, from Doming. Ilev. Lallonco, It Is said, Is erne of the finest preachers In tho New Mexico conference arid' will no doubt accomplish much good Iri' JJddy, At lIgJr'man t)iero Is a Union Sun day1 sdhool, Mr. llowen superintendent; d Christian Endeavor society, Nerl Bally president, and an Epworth teague, nil of which meet on Sunday. Thbrtl IB a Thursday night pruyer meutlnir. and u farmer's club: tho Seventh Way AdventlsU hold' Sabbath school and preaching on Saturday, All these meetings are held In the school riouso and with school the other live rtvn in the week, render tho school bulldlllg'a riiuch'frequehtef place John D'Arcy, residing on tMo Ilr'yant farm south of Utls. brought In somo very fine tipeolmenn of Indian and knf flr corn, which may bo seen at iuis dfllco. The heads of kadlr measure twelve Inches and are four inches In diameter. The Indian corn ears meos uro ten Inches In fength and are of the white variety. Mr. D'Aroy came hero n year ago last spring fronV Kansas rind rays hd call' nibko nlord mohfiy h'ero In one. year than with' the same' elipltaf IS Kansatflti'ttfo years', The. Beet Sugar Co. last week closed a deal whereby all the limestone, used Uie coining season for the beet factory ' Will be supplied by local contract in tMid of as heretofore shipping the roek In from Texas. MWday, Frank: Lewis comrHOht-elhadlirig on a con. tract td ailpply sever! hundred tons of tuck frvfa I find discovered b? W. W. Anderson op Maf k Cahdn about t'welVo miles. Th"6 rock Is" superior for llmo fo that heretofore shipped In' arid4 Will to used as lung as thb supply" of the allty holds otil. If. (I. Tracy, of the lirtn or MCLena. ih blocks and lots. Under u dWrde tit execution sale rendered Sept. 0. Thb - eronertr u of thb bholBtst Hi thS ndrth valley. The whole tract of 810 acres 'i was sold for ,803W. LoU sold as low as 83.16 and whole blocks' f rord AM.07 to StoaOD. Tbls II about one- tenth the pflee Iho ptopeHy was for tnerly held at. Some Ut the lots were re told after the tale at double the amount paid. The opportunity for simulation existed Tuesday which will not occur again. It) Hoswell then&Trafi;, wetit to ,ttoiwn last week and Tuesday aftern66u' At tills i'reek sold tile 6ptl)ed'dlUoh of Kbuth vinawMI. n tract of 2lO acres laid out DISTRICT COURT. Monday morning the town of Kddy presented quit on animated appear ance compared with the luertnr-ss of tho past fow months. Judge Hamll. ton, who came in Sunday evening no companlcd by Humphrey Hamilton, deputy clerk, and Orrln nice, steno grapher, wus followed by a largo contingent of grand and petit Jurors, witnesses, litigants and Inst, but not least, criminals of nil kinds. Many of tho criminal clement have become well known on account of appearance and re-appearance in court. The forenoon Monday wus occupied In lining tho graud Jury.sovcral having been excused, so It was two or half past two In tho afternoon before the judge commenced to Instruct the grand Jury. The Instructions, though brlefi were to tho point and Included nil necessary knowledge, so that if tno Jurors follow them crlnib will bo un earthed una no malice will b used in Its accomplishment Tho Judge refer red to the murder of tho sherllT of tho cotiuty, charging the Jury to spare no pains to Investigate this horrible and cowardly crime. Ho also referred to tho many other murders and to cuttle theft, suylng that unless this species of crime wus stamped out Itlud to blood shed, Tho Jurora seemed Impressed with the responsibilities devolving on them and no doubt when their report Is made many true bills will have been found. The grand Jury Is an excep tiunally good one und consists of the following men, who represent ut least tho uverugc citizenship of Eddy coun ty! A. T. Windham, foreman; H. (I. Hussell, .1. 15. Heed, W. II. Moore, Tom lluglln, Louis Wolfrom, Elliott Hen dricks, M. Mills, Ed llurlcson, J. Pro- man, A. Munii, Titos. E. Jones, J. S. Hunt, W.S. Knowles, 11. II, Wilson, W. C. Ileiff, A. (Ireeti, Alex Wultou, T. J.Welch, (I. M. Keynolds. Tho following canes wore before tho court during the week, nearly every evening being used until nine o clock to push tho work; 1). W.Scott vs. J no. P. Matheson; vordict for dulonduut. Suit to retain payment of SSOO claimed by plaln'.llt us balance duo on sodu works, The case of Ulascow C Davis vs. Hubert Murrell at ul, wus dismissed ut plaintiffs cost. The following cases woro dismissed on motion of plaintiffs: Hugh it. Mc- Cunu vs. Ed S. Lyell, J. 3. Croziur vs. Mlku O'liulnu, D, L. Kemp vs, board of county commissioners, J. S. Crozlcr vs. S. W. Cressey, W. J. Harbor vh, J. M. Harkloy, J. I). Walker vs. board of uoilllty Comtuinoloncro, Vn. T. DOBter vs. (loo. 1). Lucas. The caso of Wm, J. Harber vs. J, hU Harkloy et als, wus dismissed by plaintiff. A decree of dlvorco pro cotifesso was rendered by tho court in tho case or AdolloN.-Miller vs. Ueo.P. Miller; also Mara A, Schrler vs. J no, A. Schrlor. Territory vs. (loo. A. White, carrying deadly weapons;- plcit of guilty entered and lino of fifty dollunt Imposed. Territory vs. II. P. Hrown, embezzle ment. The following is tho verdict as ll appears on the district court docket: Now comes tho territory by her dls trlot attorney and comes tho defend ant in his own proper person In cits tody of the sheriff and accompanied by counsel, and1 tho defendant withdraws his plea heretofore colored of not guilty to tho charges contained lir the Indictment ailU enters his plea of gulty to the charges contained In tho Indict ment heroin, and tho dofendunt noth ing further says why tho Judgment and' sentence of the court should not bd passed uponhlm. it ts therefore considered by the court and it Is the Judgment und sentence of the court that tho said defendant, 11. P. Hrown, bo remanded to tho custody of tho sheriff of Eddy county, Maw Mexico, to bo by him safely Kept until Ito can transport him to the territorial peni tentiary at Santa Fe, New Mexico, there to delivery him to tho warden o said penitentiary to be therein contlried' for the period of one year, at hard' la bor, and that hb make a fine- unto the territory of Kow Mexico in tho' penal turn of 917,677.10; and1 the costs' of this prosecution, and that he stand com alltted until subh flno and costs are paid. Courtney mil. tho negro Cnurgeu with criminal assault, was then tried by a Jury composed of the following: Frank Hhelnboldt, A. B. uoetx, T. L. Vest. Kd Edgar. 0. N. Jones, W. W. Anderson. J. H Williams, Albort Shel ly, Jose M. Vela, Chas. Huddlesoti', J. B. Pinson and J. II. curpeufer. The. Jury returned a verdict of g ilty and the defendants attorneys moved for a now trial. Town of Eddy vs. If. t. Kemp; set for hearing 6u stipulation of facts. HenJ. H. D'utilap Vs, 15. (1. Shields; verdict of $1,000 and fl.tOO Interest for piuimtir. J. It. Simmon vs. 8. S. Mendenhall; Verdict for Mendenhall, II, H. Pierce obtained a Judgment for 1804 against Zack Wood. The (loodrick Bros. Banking Co; ob tallied Judgment by default against C, C lliodgf tt and W. A. Hawkins for 'tKJ.86 principle and interest and cost. Thursday was taken up wllit n ruse or Scogglns vs. OiMcnberry nbouj some ratio. Trial by Jury uiut verdict for Cussenberry; Judgment against Scogglns for iJiW.IH) und iimIr. Case against. I iihn Queen wa nnllcdr Thursday night the grand Jury brought In Indictments against I), L-, Kemp and Win. Kennon cltarglng them with tho murder or SherllT Dow, The rase was at once net for tlil (-veil ing both the territory and defendants announcing ready for trial. The trlil of Paul Heed charged with; larceny of cattle, held the attention of the court yesterday, all day District Attorney Frunklin necldon tly sprained uii nude- while stepping off tho hotel porch Tnosduy und now goes on crutches. Manuel Slsnerns of Lincoln who tins been In attondanco at court this week In his ofllolul capacity us court Inter proter left for homo this morning thero being no cuhch needing his sun vices set for trial. George Estes, tho popular young at torney from Pecos, has been In town the past week attending court. County Treasurer Heauclntmp, of Pecos, was a litigant In the district court this week. A potltlon was circulated this week week asking for do v. Otero to grant a pardon to II. P. Hrown tho default ing ex treasnrer, which received u lurge number of signatures. (lengo Stanford tho Hugerman mer chant was in town yesterday to attend to somo court business. J. P. Hlnklo tarried In Eddy one day this week. (I. A. Hlchardsou of Hoswell was In town Monday. L. (. Pillion took charge of tho post ollllce yesterday mornng with L. Mar tlnl as assistant. Signed by Washington. Mr. 'V. L. Hughes, tho tonsnrlal ar tist on tho corner of Canon and Fox streets, Monday received a very hand some souvenir from Agustu, (leorgla, In tho shupu of n photographic fac simile of n certlllcato of membership In the Society of tho Cincinnati, held by his great grund father, who wus a cuptluu In tho second Virginia infan try during tho revolutionary war. Tho certificate, which Is fourteen by nine teen Inches, Is embbclllshed with a picture in tho right hand corner of (JlncinnutUH tho Ilomau statesman und soldier who ts represented as n plow man following his chosen occupation. Ill lliu left la ll'pieoeittolu lubdu uyw widen is in&crlbcd: -omnia Itellnqult Scrvaro Hompubllcam," and n large plctnro of tho Hag hold by at (tag bear er, Between tho two cornors at tho lower edgo of tho picture tho merchant murino la represented showing a view of the sea. The certificate reads as follows t Ho it known that Henry Hughes Esn'r. luto nn oil cor of the JInd Vlrirl nia Continental Itegt. Is a member of tho society of tho ( inclunati Instituted by tho olllcers of the American Army ut tho period of Its Dissolution, as well us to aommemoratu the great Kvi-nt which imvu Indetiondonco to North America, as for tho laudable Purpose of Inculcating tho Duty of laying down in l'eaeo Arms assnmea for nubile Defence and of uultlnir in Acts ot brotherly Affection und llund of nernetua! Friendship tho members consiiiuiing inu sanio. In Testimony Whereof I tho I'real dent of tho said Society havo hereunto set my Hand at Mount Vernon in the state of Virginia this Seventeenth Day of April in the year or uur J.oru uno Thousand Seven Hundred and Eliihty Six and In the Tenth year of the Independence or the United' States. Hv Order J. Knox. Secretary PresldPnt, itoard and LodRlng. Hoard und loduintr cm now hi half at tho Windsor Hotel ut reusaiiubjJf! prices, tor runner puriicmurs en qulroatthe hotel ofllce. To-Trade. House ond lot m lawn" for goatm Enqulro at this oMce. The Roawell Pair. 'Hho horticultural fair ut Hoswell last Friday and Saturday was a success as- it will continuo to Iks in a valley con- blonually Increasing- its output of frulta of all klndu. The best dteplay of fruits Was msdu by the Chlsutu farm second- bet by John Beeman. Third best by Maynard Sharp and fourth best by the P, V.Nursery (Jo. Best 'display of apples was by tho Chtsnnr farm'. Best display of quince by Maynard Sharp. Wm. Farmer manager of Faulkner's farm at Hoswell had the best display of Celery, beets, and asparagus. The exhibitors from tho lower valfoy were J. F. Hare M. Sharp S. A, Nelson1 Uea. M. Monroe B. F. Moon M. Miles C. H. DIshman and Mr. Swansou, The display showed what tho Pecob valley can do and reflects eredit on all who took an luterost m the matter. That Mr. Maynard Rharpe should carry off live premiums to Eddy county which has been settled only iivo or six years against chares county twenty five yeM speaks volumes for Mr. Sharped enterprise This also against the fact that many exhibits were backed up ' by unlimited capital and were owned j by the big cMupunlo The mmmm COMPETITION DEFIED. Price List. following tiro a fow of many Bargains we are olfering to all. Beautiful loathor botton Hookers. .$4.00 "Wiokor Chairs 5.50 Copper bottom OoiTee Pots 00 Beautiful Lawn Chairs 1 00 Childs HiKh Chairs 1.52 " Koeker 1.00 Beautiful Baby Busies 7.00 " Waste Baskets fron 40 to 50 Arch top Mirrors, from 25 to 1.00 Gents lino Silk Handkerchiefs.... 50 Ladies fine Silk Handkerchiefs. ... 20 Wicker Sofa .... 8.00 Gents WritjmjDoRk 8.00 Ladies Sewing Tables 1.25 Spring Wire Cots 2.25 All uyttun suUne finish Mattress. . . 4.00 Lxcclsior top Mattress 2.50 Bedsteads a.50 Wire AVovcn Bed Springs 2.50 Childs Beds JJ.QO Ladies Night Gowns 75 Mens fino black Hats 1.25 " horse hide palm Gloves SO " goat skin Gloves 80 Lunch Baskets, all sizes, .... 15 to 25 Genuine Rwunsdown, per box .... JO G lass Lamps, from 20 to VS Mons Jumpers B0 rachino Thread, 2 spools for 5 Feather Pillows '. . GO Carpet Tacks, nor box 1 Bridle Bits..!. 10 Stool Chairs, per set M.90 Fjne Dining Room Chairs, pob set, 8.00 l'liio Sidoboards 15.00 0 feet Extension Table 8.00 Window Shades 20 Silk puff bosom iShirts 1.00 Oak Wardrobos 0.00 Dark colored Wardrobes 5.00 We Have Many Other Bargains to Offer the Public. IEEHAN & I! tho CO.