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1 , , : ' I rue currsht. wii. li. m V I. i. a N j: ODcltl Paper of Eddy County. OOlcl&l Organ of Tom o( Eddy. rubtlihra' tt; faslunlsr rVJJj' New Mrs iur4in iMan. M.riinttiiittttM MMiir MtOBDsT. DlSSMSIft, 18, 1807. SUBHOIUITION KATE8. wiuiaY-itr malt per atiasm Il.oo. ly tasllpersltmoiitki n.to. rtit Idea thnt the board of oouuty commissioners shall remit penalties on taxes duo and unpaid, Is ,0110 of the most unfair and preposterous proposl tlons over brought up for public con sideration. This (don is being udyo- cated by certain papers and pooplo who can have no conception of justice, law or anything olsooxcupt their own pockets. Just because the board of Sautu t o county lias agreed to remit 25 per cent of tho peuultles and taxes on a batch of old, out-laweu tux olulius, against personal uud real property duo stuce lttti uud Including 16U5, uuusu Is said to 00 given for remitting ull pen alties, The law does not give the board uuy right to remit tuxes or pen alties. If It did, tho luw would 00 wrung, fur people who pay up prompt ly would then bo Induced to withhold payment until tho board remitted penalties. The inunner In whloh the legislature of No Mux loo hus dub bled una tampered with our tux luws has been a discredit und shuinu to tho torritury. In no other statu or terri tory huve tux Iu'as been so loollshly changed to suit u certuln element of the population. Ho wonder the terri tory is 111 debt; no wonder our gover nor will, with one breulh, tell of the woulth of thu territory In cattle, sheep, horses, minus, ugriuulttire, timber, etc., and in tint next how poor wo ure uud how alumni Impoostblt) It Is to pay our debts. If tluHKi people w ho are uciulr lng wealth in this territory would pay their prupurtluuute share of thu ex peiixf t the territory each sueuuedlug legislature would nut be culled upon tu inakt- new luws to ussist pooplo to either eneupo or postpone tin day of reckuiung in tuxutton. Let us hour loss ubout this uitsurd idea; of remitting peiultli-N. UiiltSH peuultles ure col lected the people will never btcomu educated to thu fuct that tuxes must be paid promptly. If, us usserted, thu property will nut sell tor tuxes, then Hie law hould he bo ntutuideil that cotnitieN might bid in the lands ut sulu of tuxes und give title to the tlrst buyer wh puys the tuxes utter thu sate. Thu ubsurd and silly propositi to tumporizu uud dully with delinquents Is utmost criminal. Such u course us this wilf iliiuliy bankrupt thu territory und make it the luughlng stock of the peo ple of other Hiatus. Thu only way to make the territory solvent, to give it utunding uliroud, to Invite cupltui, to stimulate buslutws uud create prospcrl ty is lj cut down expenses by allowing h 3 uiiiiurtuiilty to county oillcluls to lit! 11 1 dt rit'titui Inv till if itjtf( t (ns i n litis ! UVIHII MVUV( VU A MM UUVUIUIII l WIV actual value of property, uud, to wind up, culled the tuxes or sell thu proper ty A tux deed should outweigh ull other titles to laud uud 11 bill of sulo fruiu thu sheriff fur persouul property huiild bo the Umt to obtain, Any muer course will only result In a baiikiupt territonul treasury, lack of. couiidence among prospective settlers and llnunclul ruin to those who pay thur tuxes. Ho tax payer who hus kept up payment for u series of years In this county will stand meekly by oud hie himself robbed by u board of commiSHiuiiers who would remit thu penalties on unpaid tuxus. A. bourd guilty of such work should bu prose cuted. If uny uetlou is to be taken It would seem that tht supremo court should bo compelled to puss on thu legality of tux deeds. Thu county should sell all prupertyi.delluiiueut, buy same in and tost its title If necessary iu thu courts, fur no citizen who pays hit taxes promptly cares to huvo. other escape. Give us Justice, or, "give us a rest smali pox still oontlnues unabated In Sorrro county there being, it Is said, Uou casus among the Mexicans, counting children. Tho native tjle ineitt never trios to slop the spread of this dlseuse, but Instead, is suld to couit contagion. When u Mexloan mother learns of u case of small pox In the country it is the custom for her to carry all hsr little ones to the house In which the ease exists, In order, as they say, to 1st tho children tuko tho disease und recover before they grow older, when tho dlfttuso Is more severe, contagion worklug more virulent as tho patient Is udvanaml In yours. This may be u good plan whore vnooinutinn Is unknown, but from thu nppwtrunuu of u .ui ut tlw native' fiM 11 Ihm worked wry viciously on umuy. for every Hfttleiuatrt Iws iminb-i.t of men snd w nifii who betir the marks of the small pox. Though llddy Is situated "uite utuiote so fur as rail oummuiilou- concerned from &111 Marolal, f A . ill.. . 1. - . . i I n ib 111a LMiiiiiu ii iitui mi 1.11 ci luiniii of Mexicans may move across by wagon uud bring tho disease. It would, therefore, bo no mora than ordinary precaution would suggest for the town and county authorities to I "nlrr that ul ollic.fiii he VHCcinnnted. Compulsory Yuctitiutlnii would bo n bfMftlng If prwsiblft to enforce It, inr thf'ii ami only Im-ii, could small pox b certain if extinction. The RUproTuOeudqlurier of the A., I'. A. nt Washington was recently clos ed utul its property sold under the hammer Supromo President John W. Hohols attributes tho failure of tho order to tho fact that a largo number of tho members wire disappointed In their asplrutlons for olllcu under Kisl dent MoKinley, and to' the additional fuct that nearly nil were trying to rnuke a living out of their connection with tho order. Mechanic' Lien on Canals. Tho deolBion of tho supreme cdurt of now .Mexico in me ousu or mo apriti' gor Lund Association vs. l'utrick It, Kord to day was sustulned in on opiu ion uy the united States supremo court. The question involved wus whu"r a mechanic's lien upon an Ir rigation system Covers only thu ditches and reservoirs, or in uddltlou to these thu lauds under thu ditch. Thu court held that tho lieu applied to thu lauds held under thu ditch us well us to tho ditch Itself. According t,o tho above decision an Irrigation company owning land under a cuuul finds every dollar's worth of its property holding for payment of tho employees engaged iu operutlng thu property. Now if thu Hen super ceedes ull mortgages or bonded Indebt edness, thu law is as It should bo, for nothing should bo allowed to iuterfere witii thu payment of labor. ADDRESS TO OLD SCOTIA. Illy a New Zoland Hoottlih emigrant. ) Lnnu o' the itlensl Mr native land, Aula Hooilii, dear, romantic strand, Wlinur I. nnoo malr wnU uladlv stand An' round 1110 Rata On fit 1 1 nnu Kleii, nuu mountain grand, Wl' rapt annuel Alai, .t's thirty mn and twa . tilltce lUee, U-mr rtoollaiul, Inn I saw Since Iras tlty shore willed nwa', Oot owre tho hmi W ttlltrfftst 1 lie toon iidoon did (a' Atleavln' theoi 1 mind as areei's 1 mind yestreen 'rim mil (a raw fen tallit- the tKtlrtltt will The nwellliui all Ilia billows green s 1 vi w's tt mvnii The Inst laiiti luute wl' strnlnln' e'en At Houtla'i slinrot Hut thu' latin yearn I .- - .en sin sync An' mony n juoer mWnap'a been mine My nntlve land! 1 ue'rewn tyne My tlrsinn ' thee, Tho' tar Iwyund "oortli's central line" My wayi muun be. Tho' I. vim left thee youtiRand Ray, Am uuu auhfand iirowln" Krny, Yet tlioe, urar landl In mony it way My thouKlit employ TliftM nil my Heart Irae day to day wr rccrvl Joyl wr lancy'sc'en, I ycteano Thy lit 1 1 h niul rIuiii rlstit Doniilllo Thyelilf-iitraiid-rerili, nn' Dundee, An' uiaKao lirnwi lldlnn, too, In inajonly MurpaMin' n'. On lllriiam'n lilll I ntnml annuo And Rate mi Inr-famed Duiiililanc, And we. acroao Iti nneio plain The lordly 'lay, Ily mouy n wood an' lair domain , Itull oults iayl My fancy's vision rnngesb'er The tpacluut land o' (air Htrallunore, Wl' lowiuiiml vlllnget-a scora 0' buy IiIvok, Where Mvuttun worthies, rloh and poor, Live out their live. There, ilmm boluw, ( ee Dunksld lu urny cathedral, centurlw eld. It ininouit urlK that laiiR upheld The aula toll bar 'Oaliui which the eltltens rebelled Wl' legal war. Htrnlbrnuu, my native place, 1 cc, Tomlwiii, l)rumour, au' Ainubrco, Wlmio runs the limun, klld, swirlln', (rce, In auuihlne brlRhtl While joiidiT distant peak maun be Hchliiiiliallloii's helRht. Ileyond the bills an' blrken glen 1 view the in I c In y snaw-toiiiisd Dens, An' uer, In yon dark, infsty dsns, Wl' !unromowe, I hear thu liranu owre rearln' llnni, Deep, thuuderur la', t nlleii think Mime luturo day Will iwo me climb yon sunify brae, Au' ni mm thebioomiu' heather stray Or lay mo doou, , To watch the peewits In their play Come sklrlln' rooud Hut, oh I how Mil my hart wad be, My unlive laud, tu Veoult Kite, l'or those that were sao dear to mo I'a see line malr 'Twnil Hrlovt) me lnnu Iholrhames too see, And theiii not thorn Yotalto' some (iimeellarseene O' auld laiiR syuo 1 fiinuly dream, An' monyndonrdepalrted Ireon' 1 seem to mm, Tho' a' thee great warld llos between Tttolr Knives and mo. Auldoeuan'aroex Au! Mootlni Utml o' hill and (dnn, O' (alrMt maids nn'broveJt iiieu Land nl roiBwn-l dluna ken lle'Brrll i Thy ilwr, roiimiuis shores aKaln, nne nerirs to iikc n). (A. Stuart. Auckland, .Sow Zealand. Notlco of ult, In the illttilet eeuit, oounly ofiKddy The Territory o( New Mtiloo. pUlntlit. vs. The Loner Pecos Land Corn psny, ttsfwHlaiii. Not tec it hereby given that llie said plain lift", The Tefritury ut New Muled, has in stituted a suit sgatoit Iks said dtfcmitnt, I he Lower I'ccos IRd UxKiiiy, hi the dlnrlcl oouil o( ids tilih judicial dlunct ul Ike leiil toty nl New Meiieo, within and lor the coun ty el ttektyi 'Hist the objects el the said suit li the re coety el a iuefement in favr ol the said plaintiff, the leriiioty of New Mcueu, ltlu ike ulil delsniiani, The Lower Pe sos Land l urn May, (r tke turn el Iwo kwutied and fuiecn ami 64 loo lUllats, to cethet with ioieieet u tke xm ul mi htmd- led ami seven and 83-100 dollars thereof (rem tke fast day of January, A, D. 1897, un til pW with later tt on the sum of ojie buodietl ami seven and 8i-looili4ttrsthttcl from tke first day uf July, A. D. 1 897, unill wil all saul interest tteise inyshle al the isle ol 35 per centum tier annumi all of which said sum and Intel est it is alleged by Ike ptaMiiirT is due tu it by rsaseo 1 lasel lawluUy Itvisd duiiof tke ye .r A. ! IS96. 10 erii leal piupsny wlualtd in lite salt) county ul Htldy and assessed at tke properly of the Mid defendant durioe Ike situ ytir A. K. 1896. Sahl pUiHlifT, The Tcrrllsry of New Mex ico, claims a lien and sikt to have Ihe same declared in its favor In satd suit against Ike fotlowint; lecilkel real estate in and far the lases levied agslntt tke sain In lh am uiim wHh iniereti u staled In Ike cumpUtnt u.ed in the saul mi, vln Oi ihe e Ul ul a e iuarter, i( sectiun 1, in lownskif $,( itn;i 27 i lrt i oalf of j n e ijuemr, ihe a w ookrtrt of nr h Ut line e iMatitf 01 srenen 12, to u rtiMiip JJ 1 1, of range 17 . 1 thr n e 'jtvirer. h t iioar. let ol n W OlUl'tr, mi -ifilMt I J U s lis l of Hcii.m ., in 1 wntt,itt 35 . ..r range -7 e) ino e nan sti nosrif r, s w tfawrtei el a w; quatier 01 seii 1 71 au jmi m all ! Hue Q the w . ill of n ,qnlttrr, the if w iutt.r, me 11 11. 1 01 se (leartrt, the a w ijusrtrf of se n,asrter, Htnkm iff the sw rpisiit-r nf n e ieHiter, the half ol n w quiu ler, and iRe s w mutter of isctlon 171 ihe r w quarter and 1 qisrterof secilun l8 (lie s w quatirr 01 seojitm 191 ihe n w qsaiten trie e nan 01 s w 1 usricr, uie t e quatlsr ol section 301 Ihe s half ol ne titiAtitr. ihe 1 half of n w nuarler, anil Ihe s half of lection ill the s half of s w nuttier, ol section sit Ihe n w quaiter of section 171 the n e mistier of leetloo aSt the e half of n w qnartet, nf section 391 Ihe n half of secthm io, all in lownihlp 31 s, nr tsnae J8.e. Ami saMpsalniilT aids lo have toM teal eitale sold to satisfy any lien citablliheit In said suit ADalne! ssine. And the sslit deffmlsnf, The Lower Peons Land Company Is hrtthy notified to enltr Us tptarance in tain sun on or belore the 171(1 day of January, A. I). 1898, or judgment by de'auli will be rehdered against il, Ihe said defendant. In said lull. The plaintiffs attorney In said suit ll John rrankiin and ihe unit's pott omee rod bul nets address Is liddv, New Mexico. In witness whereof I, the eletk of the Lahnve styled suit, have hereunto set my hand anu auiKed the seal 01 said court mis tne 30m uay ul btplember, A. U. IH07. Wm. DsikoLL, Clerk nf said diitricl conrt Ily II. II. Hamilton, jr., deputy. a flasters Sale. Notice In hereby Riven that the underlin ed. npolnt(-d (or that purpose by n decree ol (oretilosuro nnd order of sale, made and ronuorou on ma zma uay ni Juiy, a. 11 lfil. br thadlstrlet eouitol the nflh ludl clal district ol the Territory ol H-w Meiieo, tttlnit within unit tor llio countv ol Hddv. In thnt oertnlu cnnn In said court ponding wherein Tho Cocoa Vnllc-y Trust Company and Crederle Uomlnlce nro the complain ants nnd uharlos W. Orceno nnd Orflla H. Oreeno are the tlel-ndant, under nuthorl ty ot a Id lait mentioned uocreoami order at mic, win oxpoM tor snio nt puuuc auc tlon nnd sell to tho hlRhest and tst bid der Inr oasli nn thu IMtli daV 6J January, A. I). IX), between the hours ol ten o'clock in 1110 morning aim eleven -o ciooa In the itiomlnR, nt thu aouth tront door ol the court nouso 01 tne count y t liddy, In the :ddy, territory ol town nmt oountv ul li New Mexico, thn fullowlnu. descrlbod real ostntn lylnnndleltiK In tho said, county ol llddy nnd territory ul New Mexico, nnd more particularly described asi All ol thnt certain strip ol land-which Is situated In tho southeast ciunrtur ol the aoutheast quar ler (no 11 o a e Hi, nnd the southwest quarter ut the Mulheait quarter ( w '4 ot e Ul. ot aoctlon number one III. in town ship number twenty-twu ) s. of range numlier twenty-six X, and which Ilea be tween the southern boundary line or un street as It crosses aid nbovn described forty ncro ol land, called "lortlej," nnd the aouthern boundary 1.110 91 said soction number one trsether with all build ings. Improvements and nppurtenaucoa thernon ald doc rce under which said snio la to bo had Is n decree of foreclosure ot a deed nl trust, executed, made and delivered by tho Mild defendants. Charles W. Urocna and Orlll.18. Orwno, In favor of the said complainant In said suit, Crmlerlo Ihimlnl- cc, na trustee for the snld complainant. Tho Ceeos Valley Trull Company, ns cestui quo trust, tn scctiro the payment nt n cer tain note of hand made cna delivered by the said aetenuant. Liiariea w. tirecne, in favor of tho said complainant, Tho Cccos Valley Trust Company, for tho principal sum of thres thousand dollars li3.tO0.0UI, which nolo boro Interest at iho rate ol twolvo per centum per nnuum, said Inter est beiiiK payable seml-nnnimlly na per two coupon Intorest noius (or tho principal sum n one hundred aim eighty dollars tllW.W)tfnch attached to said nolo ot hand) on which said principal note, interest coupon notes and deed o trust thero Is now unpaid nnd duo by 1 o said defend ant, Charlos W. Urccnn. ; the said com- tilafnnnt. Thn l'ecos vn. y Trust worn ued by said do- . hundred nnd tmny. as adludccd nnd d( crco, the sum ol thlrty-ti ciRhty-sIx dollars and s rty-cltiht cents (U.aiO.tii), tORlhor with .niarost at tbs rato ol twelve tr centum per aunum on the sumni thirty-one huinred and olghty dpllnri iM.lhO.Oifl ttiercol irm tho :ist day of October, A. 1). unti. paid, and with Interest ut the said Inst m .illoncd rata on thu sum of one hundred mid six dollars and fortvelRUt cents (tlM.oi tin roof (rum the sixth dny o( Uecembcr, . V. ll, and tue costs 01 sniu sun. 0 OHOK CUIOIY. decl-41t .Ipeolal Mnster. Notlco of Su ,. lu tlie district court, county of Eddy. ino Territory 01 niw iiio plaint vs. A. T. Young, dotendant Notice Is hereby giveit thu. . 10 sold plain tiff, The Territory ol New M ivloo, has instl lutml u ault nualiist the salu lefendaitt. A. T. YuutiH, In the district 0 u .-t of the ttfth auoiai tiisinct ui tua territory 01 .ew Mex ico, within and lor tho oount ol llddy: lliat the objects uithesalti tuitis the rc covury ol a ludRiuenl In favT of the Mid plalutia. Iho Territory ol Now Muxioo, agultist tho said Uefeudant, A. T. Young, (or tho sum ol two hundred an 1 ntty-stx atid 3I-1W dollar, touether with i tterost uu iho sum 01 sixty-ciRtit anu vi-iuu lounrs thereat (rout the tlrst Uny ot July, A. I), lsufl, until paid, with Interest on t lib si m ot ninety three nnd lu-100 dollars there. 1 Irom tho nrst day oUanuary, A. 1). lt7, u It paldi wltn Interest on the sum ol ninety urev and lo-itto dollars thercol Irom thu lint uay ol July, a. u. iwi, until patttt nn aaiu interest being hiyablu nt the rato ul 36 per leutum per an nuni; all ol whii-n said sum and Interest it fa nlleRed by Iho plnlntin Is due to it by reason ol taxes Inwlully levied durltiK the years A. u. two nuu a. 11. ituu, ou certain personal and real properly situated In the said coun ty ol l!duy atid nssossud as tho property ot the said dulendaut during thu said years A, U. twsunu A. I). IHM. Bald nlalntltl. The Territory 6( New Mar- too, claims a lien nnd asks tu nave the same declared in Its favor iu said suit against the lelluwinu ueserioeu real estate in and lor the tax levied against tho same In the amounts with Interest as stated in the com- lilHIIll uieu tit tua cam sun, n. On the n s. n H ol a o , n tt ol s w 4 ol section ll In township 2( s, ul ransu 3S easti n w n and w at sectldu 11 iu tuwnshln ll t, ol raiiRe as easti s U o( w and w uf so H of nctlon 3, In township ill s. ul ran no Sseusti e t ot a c ul sectiun 3iu said last named rtiwushlp and range. TIk amount lor which .1 lien Is claimed upon tn nuuvd uesenoeu .eai ttstaie is sjus Has shown in eumolalut tiled In said suit upon th nbovn described .eat ttstaie Is IX. 111 And said pianmn iuks to nave said rsal state sold Iu satlsly any lieu established In said suit aiaiuit same. And tlie tajd defendant, A. T. Yuung, Is horvby iiutlQed to enter his appearance in said sbtt on or belore tn ) lllh day ot JsuUr nry. A. it. MB, or ludg aent by default will be ruiidured atusluet hflii. Ihe said dotsnd ant, In eald stilt. Tlie pUlntfnaattorne) In said suit la Juhtt tTansum anu im isiier s post owce ana busiuoes sddreos is May, New Mexicu in witness wstsTMi 1, .ueoteraouucauiva styled suit, have herouuto sot my band stid nrttxad the seal el Mid court ih jstn us) ol September. A. D. ISrt. Wit bMSCOU. Clerk of 'Mid dlstrtet court, Uy II. H. Ilainlltiili. Jr. . uwVuty. MM k Gity Livory Btubloa. Nobby ltif on oiiurc in our u. . . hi) II lA'. - NlfWMiSXIOO JOHN Fll AN KLIN hl)IA NlIWlsVMILN (JIUIILBS U, WIIOIIUII, 1 1) Offles rtoens, , sear, N M land s Hotel Windsor Oiit IUut, 0 le 10 a m, sa 1 1 4 i m, C Cassigoli, lvsleln FAHCY GROCERIES , . . ESPECIALLY IMPORTED Temperance Drinks, Cigars and. Tobaccos, Full lino of Fruits, Fancy Candy Fresh Every Week, A. W. M Ell! AN. ALIX. HOOKS, Meehan & Roger, House. 8len and Carriage Painters, Graining, Qlailnjr, Cftlclmlnlnp; oud I'apor Hanging. Picture and Roont'Mouldlnr. XDIir, . NKW UBX1C0. harj;tts'lirt r. FE I E L slds OB hie. fArmstki cratilhs - w isn. crop saa unin bit right In srlsi usrks ssS ssr aisrk, usJr slep tks Isn. ' sa4 swallow ferk Iks Isft, OOO Uad.rteP tbe Isft. Address: I. C. BELL. Midland, Texas, Lumber Yard, A. N. PRATT, I'rop'r. . Lumbor, Jjath, Shingles, Doors, Mouldings, Pickets, 3ii8h, Etc. J. D. WALKER, Stock Commission Merchant. Buys and Sells, All IrinuR of Livo Stock on commission, FOIl SALE: Ono to fivo enr loads of tinbroko, smooth 3 to S yeiira old, ruiifro gblaiii(( linrsts for sulo, dclivoi ed on cars in Eddy ut 810.00 pir head aiso ono 10 uiicen cars 01 unuroKo inures ut 812 00. All nbout samo stock as geldings. ttttrtfgsmt t ti OKH Or TUB FINEST TRAINS IN THE WORLD will run sbmi-weekly each Way to LOS ANGELES i i Ui i I J0 SAN FRANCISCO, 1 Ml Ur u Uf Ui ALSO TO St. Louis Chicnao VIA g TEXAS & PACIFIC KY. Tbreush Dallas anS tu Worth. j THE FASTESTTUJB EYEK HADE. 1 us A Pitlnoo on Vhools. US -. . .i; 5 I ! 8 . Bee nearest tUkft sisat fri vuUrs (er lurtber b. p. TUnNan, a. p. a t. a.. UALI.Ais. 9 tS. osr akd Asritn oot. is I g THE GREAT T. & P. I dsn -" ' 1 . ' 1 ; . THE SUGAR BOWL OF THE SOUTHWEST Is the Pecos Valley of New Heilco. Homes are Cheap. TlIE SEVENTH Beet 8ugor factory In the United States was erected at Eddjr, New ilexlco, In 1600, and made its first "campaign" beginning Novorabor.lGth, 1880, nnd closing Fobruarjr 16th, 1807. Tho contont of "Sugar In Ute beet" of tho crop grown In tho Eddy nnd Itoswell soctlons of tho Vailor has proven to bo more uniformly high than nny other part of the Unllod States. Fortunately tho land Is blossod with just the fortuity to produeo. hljh grado beets, nnd moro fortunatolh tho Pecos Irrigation nnd Improvement Co. and tho Itoswell Land and Witter Co. bavo nn irrigation systora of great magnitude, coVerlng n vast body of tho best sugar beot lnndr on earth. The water Is nppliod to the crop when needed. Tho sun shines moro hours In the dny and moro days in tho year In Eddy und Chaves CQiintlos, Now Moxlco, thun In any olhor section of tho West. e 121 aeparato analysis, chiolly carload lots', showed nn avorago of 1701 per cont sugar In bcotj 84.1 por cent purity. This remarkable result won accomplished by raw farmers, 'unacquainted with tlio culturo of beet root, on now land and .under very' trying clrcurh' stances, as tho factory was not'nssured until May, and a tnojdflly 6t tho acreage wub planted between Juno J,st and' August 10th. ' The only thing left to bo desired that tho 1'ecoa Vnlloy has not on hand In abundanco is people. Wo need COO thrifty furniers." ' ' ' Nn fairer terms or conditions of sola of beot und fruit lands wore, ovcrmodo, Wrlte.for particulars. , 'l Pecos Irrigation and Impove ment. Oonipany, Eddy, -- New Mexico. Blacksmith, leelwiight First Class Wow at Lowest ri'Jcea. Manufacturing licet Cultivators and Flows and llopalrln Samo a Specialty. Noti:: I have secured n rcclpo from It. K? uuracsuuciiiKt iur curii. nui itiii curv snuio irvv 01 cuqrgo to cuiuuicrs. Shop, Two Doors South of Current Office. LOWENBRUQK & STONE, Proprietors of 3Txoo Dollvory to V smet ' wm a CALL ON 1 i3 W A.KERR, rrun lien Fa-xicy C3-roceries J. F. MATHBSON, mission OS And Geuoral Hay, Grain, Seed, Feed, Blacksmith Coal G. F. A, Robortpon- ' Ml kluda of n wttik n Upmlsl'y Vrinlttu Itnitemtui sir n almls rtinlrml, oil slim t nptlos. tlOBSK SIIOU1NU I'.UAUAj;. I'MHU AT HOOK Ulitl'OM I'ldrijij J f f ii r and Practical Hoiseshocr. Illldi, considered tho best authority on D. I Mil MARKET. Fresh Meats, Sausage, Game. Etc. Etc. txjtxy jactx-t o Oity, tnoenMsO 1 a s wj.il wen said tint manners make the I "C man.but the more solid Ingredient of "a chlrirltr It lltn nrrxttrv tn Inn type of manhood. If s man has these both, f and also has the rood tense to dress well O nc win una tue "isicnsinng out" lor mm all over Ihe world. FOR REALLY CORRECT DROSS In Material. Style, Fit. Finish, and Gentle manly effect, yottihould order your tailor ing ol M. BORN & GO.. The Great Cblearo Merchant Tailors V.r M..QA X ll.-... Z 77id:. "."J"'. "BON" Bull or Otercost I KiaTOfc" U'UI'XP'1 'or lulsrtor J VIT ANU VaTVISII OUAUANTItltn. Y nr Bun4r4 ChU tmft I. Mltirm. t 1 Joiob, PnuiT & Co. ml. oipoxevAxy. fforwnrding BLACKSMITH and Wagon maker, Fued and Livery Corral ' ti iiiand :tiwfiu ioiu irui.un Ofluv. fftl.