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Milbtrnna nm drills anil nnTOltlei at Eddy Drug Co Thai Union Club I In fiourUbtog condition, financially. W. It. Allison, of Do Soto, lovrn, was rtglstcred at tho Windsor, Thursday Quito a number of the day laborors k of Eddy will go to El Foso to work on the new railway Chas. Mallard, of Koswoll, one of tho best peace ofllcers In tho territory Visited Itddr, Wednesday Information Riven about an English pup by paying for this nd and paying keep by Geo. A. Meyer of Otis, 'nor, II. P. Fontnlno arrived yester day from New Orleans and will preach at the M E. church to-morrow. John Franklin departed Wednesday for Hot Springs, Ark., for a visit dur ing tho holidays with his parents. , ,LC. Sanchez came In Tuesday from jioiwcji, iio iiuH.uei'ii uuKQKcuuiiii' ing In'tho Nogal dIstrictfor somo time, Mrs, Shrove find daughter Mabto are . . I t i A t V I oxpecieu nero enoriiy irora Liincoir .Nob. to spend tho bulanco of tho win ter. Tliero will bo a meeting of the cltl ccng of Eddy, Monday night, nt the ffrt house to form o,hospltal asso ciut;on Thos. Heckettof Hope met with r serious accident Sunday one of his legs being brnkon by tho overturning of wagon. . Jn't forgot that Dr. Dcarup will go fwLIncoln county lu another wcok. f Call and huvo lilm examine your teeth before it Is too lute. Tho San Marola'l Ilco speaks In high praise of our now baker man Mr. Frank Drew who was a citizen of that town before coming here. The ten Tear old son of Mr. mid Mrs. Oscar Sassln, victor, died Sunday morning and was burled Monday from tho homo of tho family ncr Seven sxnross messenger on a Southern a larwrc iruiu HM3um s t'088, mis terri fy, blew tho head off from a robber fast wcM, Thursduy night. Tho dead robber is supposed to bo Goorgo Mus gravo Dr. Monroo writes from New Or leans that ho has at last arrived at his Vocation for tho winter und that in all i travels ho has hoard nothing but ffhard times except in a few favored. ' IllAfll Innr ' Death, of C. B. Conway. Tho Silver City Eagle of Wednesday has the following concerning the death of Cab Conway, word of which reached hero by wire, Tuesday, the day ho died Tho sorrowful news of tho death of C. E. Conway yesterday morning cast a gloom over the city. He retired on Mondav evoulna at about his usual hour and in tho morning when the ser vaut rang tho breakfast bell nothing was ncaru from mm, ana ins oroincr, T.F.Conway, becoming. alarming his silence, wont to his room to learn the cause, and found him dead in bed, Dr. Van Clove was Immediately sent ior. mo uncior inrormcu a represen tative of Tho Eagle that he had died from heart dlseuse and when found one huud wus clutched over the heart Xhu deccuscd wus. familiarly known as 'Cub, and has been a resident of this section for u (treat many years lie wus'u Mason In good standing, und mat louge win perform 1110 last solemn rues. , At this lato hour wo are unnbla to obtain n sketch 0 his life, but will pro scut 11 in our next issue Tho news of Cab's passing away which readied hero Tuesday shortly after his body was found still in death, created much surprise and very evi dent sorrow in Eddy, where ho was respected rosident for about six years, leaving hero In August, IHW, to assist his brother, whom ho bellevedneedcd u rest on account of health. lie was during his residence here, connected with tho bunk either us ulerk or cash lu? and hud hosts of friends on account of his even disposition and pleusunt ways, Though he had been troubled witti onturrii, none or his filonds were awuro of tho heart trouble, which seems to have carried him away. A citizen of Eddy this week received tho following telegram from 0. II. Eddy: El Paso. Tex.. Dec. 10. 1807. On account of rumors which have reached here, I request iou to state that Hawkins' trln to seo Uau er wns about a matter that docs not concern inc. I have neither time or uoslro'to consider I'ecos matters. Ploann assure friends. 'Chas. ). Eddy. Mr. Kddy umloubtedly has his hands full with his now railroad, oven though his Int6rest8 ln'thls vulloy approach a lundrcd thaus-td dollurs. 0 r tho event, which promises to j.l exceptional social Importanco localities. Miss Livingston and W. Welch wont married at tho homo of Morgan Llv lngston ti"nr tho head of Dark Canon yesterday by Justlco Itoberts who went up for that ,iurposo accompanied by CI I. McLi- uithen. Coyotes ni ide a raid on W. It. Qrlf- 'fin'hhlckeii nousn tho other night and took all of his hens except two. Ono of tho coyotcn lost his pipe, which will bochceifully returned to him If ho will apply to Mr (IrMln. Colfax Coun ty Stockman, Placldo Sa- doval of Santa Fo tho territorial superintendent of public In Biriiciiuu w 111-u uuiwi-i-u irums iu Eddy Thursduy. He had intended to visit the schi' -Is but on account of un avoidable clr mnstances continued bis Journey to It well, Dr. Henrup vlll bo at his oOIcr In his residence for "illy another week, 'hav ing teccived i ord that his services aro jjuyed In Cli'ives and Lincoln coun ty by old friends. All who. requlro fental work wllf theroforo tako .notice rat the time is short In which it can be done. i' The Knights of Pythias of Eddy Hodge No. 21 i ill give tholr nnnual ball food nubllo Installation of officers at Windsor, Tuesday evening, Dec. are making oxtensivo prepara sc: to mi- byyntlru membership of the mayf Eddj will be culled Into roq flel4 to night to entertain tho ir In a well selected program A will be given at tho Opera jbo. rut) proceeds of the ontertnln- ment will bo used to re enforce tho school library. The admission feo luis been placed at twonty cents. I l'ralrlo llres have raged all over this western country during the past few J reeks and In many Instunces they have tHuilted from almost criminal careless ties. Tl e country is covered with the brut grata we have had In many year but unless moro earo Is'xercUcd in the prevention of Ores serious con ditions tt.if08n prevail that will oall for n heavy outlay for feed Midland MtvckViiwer. At th. iiiffttliiR of tho Castallon Club nn Monday evening, A. J. Miner, son wu- i.twl president, Wm. II. Militant- f.prldent and John L. Ket. vnry. The He v. Father Lvnip' ytatttented u pupur on com para' - Millology. Tho hour o intfl it aa changed to 7:80 n. tit. At then twetlng Hon. J. Q. Cameron will 1. ad 1 paper on the origin, growth and Hce of (ho Jury Tho members are 0 l urjjod to bo present. A f CJHipbell departed Monday for Vu tln, lexat, on business con ni c'i d with the oxtensloii of the I'ecoa V-' ev Kv The articles of Incorporu tlo f r t'nt rrtlnn nf the road t en 1 v i - xu . i'.m uandlo were tiled -? Tho Union .. .uembcrs met last Wednesday night and elected tho following hoard of governors: A. C. Campbell, I. S. Osborne, ,1. 0.Comoron, S. Mottcr, C. II- McLenathcn, F, E. IJryant, W. 0. IlnMllton, U. M. Which- er, F. 0. Tracy and L. 0. Fuljen. Mr. Osborno was elected presidtnt, A. C. Campbell vlco-prcsldcnt, E. S.-Mottcr treasurer. K. A. (lagg was given tho position of secretary with tho work of collecting dues, tlc, utf'20 per cent and also to havo chargo of the lunch ser vlco of tho club, Tho club purchased u now 8500 piano as the first plcco nf furni ture toward equipment. As tlmo rolls on tho club will contlnuo to equip ltssclf 'until ull tho furniture required is purchased. At present- thif rooms and furnlturb aro being rented from Mr. Tansill. The club Is practically out of debt and will always bo In this condition while conducted by the gen tloraon now in charge, and with proper encouragement by tho men who do tho business of Eddy, will easily eclipse any other club In the territory Frod Hlggins, deputy Chaves county, tarried. In duy. sheriff of Eddy, Sun- 110 Tho blacksmith shop owned by A, L, Douglass changed proprietorship Monday of this week, Mr, Douglass dlspodlng of his tools and material 011 hand to his former partnor, Mr, Miller, who shipped the outfit to Uarstow, Texas, otter which tho building and balance of todle, owned by Mr. J. O. Cameron, were leased to It. Oline mus und 1'hlt Klrcher. Messrs Ohno mus und Klrcher took possession Tucs day and I'lill litis been busy ever slnca nnmmaring 011 me utmi trying to ad vertise his shop. Ho has ut lust con cluded to let the Cuuiiknt crouto tho no se for him. so will work nu etlv ut any Jobs brought In. Fuucr crockery, books. Xnms cards. calenders and sturlinir silver novelties at the Eddy Drug Co. Tho commisloner of tho general laud olllco In Washington, under dato of December 4th hist, tins restored the following townships: 10, 17 and IB south of range I' oust, und townships 18,17, 16, 10 und 80 south of range 12 uud 13 east, now Inelilded In whut is known asiliu l'enasoo forest reservo, In Lincoln und ChuVoti counties, to tho public domain und settlement. Tho fund Is very line forugrioulturul pur poses, uud In many place thereon crops, esprelally potatoes, oan be rais ed without Irrigation. There ure now HI hdmestead seltelers nu (ho tract, which covers 160,000 wires.--New Mex ican. United SttttM Marabul Puraker left Deming ut MaO p. iu., Tuesday, with u lurge poMte. un u ielul . 1. tram to capture the itlaok Jack gung of tralu robbers. If the robber! aro aaptured It will cut olf a great source of sensa tional Items from the newspapers. Let us hone that the Toblrors won't oup turn the posse. -Sliver City Enterprise. New Dreiainakcr. Mrs, Ills of Kansas City, bus And. to Intro- oiiuned tt ilrisa itmkmg shop one dour south of the lieu Hive And to Int duuo her work will from now utiw tho Sunday' Dull Plght Sunday wss ono of tho most dls agreeable days of the seasoni''yet the rowd that flocked to. the bull fight in Juarcxwas as largo n on tflo opening day, the Sunday provlous. The street car line doubled Its service, but was still unable to handle tho crowd com fortablr. Thp general, rebuke of the manner In which tho peoplo wcro treated at the entranco of tho arona week ago gecued to havo a wholwomo eiiccti anu rcsponsiuie parties woro on hand to preserve order and sea that tuotr und women who came too lute to gain udmlttunco were not roughly thrown down tho steps. Tho aula of tickets was stopped and the gates closed several minutes be foru the performance begun. Two-thirds Or three fourths of tho big crowd wore Americans, showing that El i'sso Is Just now nousinir hun drcds of strangers; however, the old tliners, people who have been here for years, und seen dozens upon dozens of uiiii lights were tliero iti large mint' bers. Tho performance varied from that of mat Suuduy, In that two horses wcro gored to death and two others wound od. Ono of the Mexioaus ulso narrow ly escaped inipunoliuent. being tossed neatly into the air by the enruged utsul, but unfortuuutoly for those spectators whoso sytuputhie ure ul wuys with tho bull he wus caught bo iweou me uuimui s Hums and came out of his perilous puslttuu uuhurmed. Le burdened spvututors shuddered attno sight of tho horses being gored women slckeucd'at the sight und suina of them fuliited, Feoplo who could not gain entrance to the bull ring sought toluco for their dlsuppointmeut by "bucking the tiger" und tho games, surrounded br uitia. wometi uud children, did u thriving uhbiut-Kii. -r.l raso Times, 9 1 1 Tho lust Issuo of tho Deo stated that tliero woro four cuses of small nar among tue Americans 01 sail Marciui, xwo ui t nose proved ruta -w. b. 11a ton and 8. A Smith succumbed, whilo Messrs. Anderson and Howard aro about well. Four new oases developed durlnir the week -Elmer LaMastors. i'. ii. uutit, Airs. t. j ueaay anu Airs. Joe Hay, and they were stricken In tho urueriiumeu, C. I). Eddy Is In .New York on bust neses connected wUh tho El i'sso und Northeastern. Tho Tuxas & Fuclllc give you cholco of rotitcri via Memphis, Shreveport or New Orleuns, On Sunday evening ut the homo of her brother, Miss Mattlo Hilton, of Yarmouth, Novo Scotlo, departed this life after a short illuess, ' Miss Hilton wasnflllctcd with chronic rheumatism and it went to her heart. The funer al wus conducted from tho homo, on Monday afternoon, by tho pastor of the Presbyterian church, of which she wasu useful and faithful member. Tho many friends of the family In Kddv uxtend to them the r heartfelt sympathies iu this their sad bereave-;. uieni. The Texus & Pacific ruu freo chair car dally to Memphis nudSt. Lould, (io to the photo gallory If you want picture before the proprietor leaves for texas. Hot and cold baths at tho Elite shop at all hours, in the Oborno diook, No doluy on your return trip from tho southeast if you go via tho Toxas Si Pacific. Train Robbers Captured. Sii.vnn City, Dec. 14. Newa has liemi received hero that u special Wells Furgo ofllcer, J. N. Thacker, assisted by a posse of duputy United States marshals under Olprluno lluca, last night captured tho entire gaug of train robber who, on lust Thursday, held up tho Southern Pucltlo truln ut Stein's Pass, in the light Incident to which, ono of the robbers was killed. At tho time of tho hold up tho posse, which had neon anticipating uu uttuck,was congregated at liowle, ubout 35 irtllos from Stein's Pubs. Tho trull of the robbers was Imme diately taken and lato lust night tho live remaining members of the gang were surrounded iu a cabin at Cuahey's runch, ubout miles this Hide of the Mexican line, In eastern Arizona, (The robbers were taken completely by sur prise and surrendered without a single shot being fired Their names havo not yet boen as. certalned, but they aro cowboys vf ho have been working In tho vicinity, of Son Simon vulley and have no conrie a tloti with the notorious IJiuck Jack gong of border bandits. They huve been brought to San Simon station and will bo brought liery to awult trial. .When oaptuttd the' robbers were endeorlug to esoapn ucross tho lino luto Mexleo. Peed Yard Reopened. The Jake Owen wagon yard lias been re-oponed. Plenty or buy aud.vgralu oonituntly on baud; plenty o.oorrul rooin. J. V. Anow,!., Proprietor. town To Trade. for gpata JIuHteui HliqulSrat and. lot In thin ilHe. An Undisputed Bargain, iirnt of February work at the following prices: Wool suits, 83.00; (Ilk wulstft, f2.U0: eeparute sklrUt. 41.00. Perfect lit and good work guaranteed Tiib KUdv Druir a rrtlnn nf the road ti ",v""' "u riv.m. IV can savi- you The be.H tors ts(t ld at the Mveil I rice t tthoEd'iy I'myf The Tuxas tc Puelllo are now run. , iilug the llnwt uha'ir.oJt (u the soutli. ' Seats free. ' ; No ferry transfer 1st Memphis via ' the Texas & Puulllc Double dully tralus each day, tlnn preventing" doluy ''on your return trip The Texas & Purine will run thruugh r laeiHNt to the stmttjgH)it.-i Ktinitis MVr SUt hmI ti4: H A VING .recently purchased at a very rare bargain tho entire stock .of Robert Bros, and placed same upon our shelves, we are in a position to give our cus tomers genuine, rare and undisputed .bargains in Shoes, Boots, Mens! Furnishing Goods and all other articles for merly carried in stock by Roberts. Bros. These goods were originally purchased to supply a very fastidious and exacting trade, patrons who demanded the very best and were willing to pay fancy prices. Leav ing out the discussion of price, all know that the goods sold by Roberts Bros, are the best money will buy. 9 Times Have Changed, Roberts Bros, stock is now in the Bee Hive and is being sold at about one-fourth original price. To make 1.$5 answer for a five dollar bill', just call at the Bee Bive and secure a few bargains while you have a whole stock of several hundred pairs of Shoes and other goods in Mens Furnishings to choose from. We believe in the principle that everything lies in the colossal aggregates, close, quick, rapid sales will always pile up the amounts and these in turn will always double our capital every year. ' G o-Where You Can Buy The 4 . 1 Most Goods For 1 Least Money. AHW CO.. ft 1 '