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Official paper ot Eddy County. Official Organ ot Town of Eddj. I'uMlibH trttt ealtiMur n . .11 Sal.li-I In Ktif Satontui nl IMdr New Hf-x MtltlM at IMtl Um mailt Die IT 1898. HUltMHIITION ItATHH. WKKK),Y-Itr mall tr annum H.M. nr man r iU MMithi 11,00. Justice of the Peace. M. I. Habere rieat tbf cflmlnKflpeiloii WnsrsftultHirlted lo pwent tho name nt I. I. Huberts ! the t-ronle ot UlU nrrelnel I sr rceieetlsrt lo iht qfflse ot junto nt tlie tlie litretiy anusmiee myjll n snUltlnW tor qmoot jtmic ot the iwneo ot IWdy tinri. w i.. nrniim. prMlnri Constable. I hsrebr siihouum mrasH n cAnillilHl lor UMomMoi eonitnutf for ixuiy ic me eitnn jnn. v. isw. iiIIiIhii for mcirwt nt Ku kino. Tlie aunniiNT RHIharliMl Ch,W Uwtaatn wmlklt lor eoQttbblo lo Announce pi iW(jy presinet ni uie eieetisu wttont of nut Im titan f.'JOOMW.OOO. Tlitwo ure mots, mid yet tliu blind nww of adhesion to a th wiry ouusos tin publloutloii untl endorsement of tliu stutemtuit Hint tho Dlugtey turllf is brlnitluir now oapltit. frnni uoruM the water fur Investment hero. IntoliorMl lor New Mexico. Hits the Alltiiitriie soured on statehood? Ooinoerat Drleftato-oloct l'oren Is to be ortm mondod In Ills effort lor statehood, ltls trip to Washington to assist (l)el cute KerKiisson It Is hoped will not be n "wild goose ohaso." A cinnrtiniiu named Jtoberts was elerted In Utah this full who it said to have three wives, Ho nirat'lmvc been In feorful misery with sis oold feet to warm durliiK the Into titlr zuril when only one jmlr of Icy pednl oxtretnetles innitos the cold seem unbearable. A check drown on A huik, jtfayulile' to the drawer and not ntidorted to any one elH, doua not nood a revenue fit imp A cheek to u tank to pay u drnft sunt through' tmt Imnk on tho dmwer ot the eheol., iioos nut need a revenue, stamp. In other words, a cUi'ck rtHiutrliiK stamp must be lie Kotiable. Such is the latest Informa tion received from the bunk exitmluir. -has VeKus Optle The following from tliu Suula To New Mexican is good souse and It Is liopod will be hsedod by our li'jlslutors thi winter: The matter of nmendliifr t lis laws p'Vi-ruluc the assoMiiiunl uf properly mill thueollecMnii of taxi is ouu of tin- gravest importance to the terrlloiy, and tin1 roiuitiK h'vlsmture should take )ild of the uiiitter without fear or fa nr. The good name and credit of the is count lei in New Mexico and of the territory lUelf depend upon a careful i, nd honest HHHittHinout mill collection id the tuxes, and tho dodger must be placed In a position where ho will eith er i iy up ppimptly or lose his proper Who Is M. C. D? nomo fellow signing M. C. I), lias tho following misleading ooutribtitloti to the S orld Herald of Oinuliu, Nub: Kddy. N. M., Nov. -7.-To tho Spoil lug editor ot the World Humid: When i left Omaha I told you J would write you about thu irume sooner or iuter. and here goo. In the lirst pints' this neok of the territory Is overrun with jack rabbits 1 have a bully M H'lii-ci.r-stor and I um thinning out thu long eared gentlemen rapidiy 1 wish some uf your renders who llku to shout and are Jolly good ful own would comu out lu-re una help mo, I will guaruii tee llieni 100 shots a ildj us long us.tjnjy hunt. And for a change 1 mil guar nltt to show tlietn anywhere from 1100 to 600 quail a tiny, und antelope and deer and peecurlos, or wild hgs, until they grow weury of thu sport The open season lusts until Muron on deer, nntulnpu untl quail, and you can kill peooarles and other animals all tho year round. 1 nm neither n hotel keeper or a liveryman, and have no hatohet to grind, so you had butter hook up with three or lour of thu right kind and como out hum Tills would hu a line nlaco for some of Umuha's wealthy sport men lo come and take up homustends mill in t fnruiliiB untl fruit rniHiiitf There are tliousaiids and ttiousuudsof acres of Kovernmeut hind here, under the Irrigating cuiiuls, thnt in a few years more will be worth tlUUun acre. Meantime, they could live on ijiihI , wild turkey and venison, und uct rich besides, Write me at your leisure. M. C. I). The above Is all very nice but It ir not all true, for no such iitiimals us peccaries exist In this section. Then deer are not so plentiful, for ouu linn- r23 P. W. GSRHART IA.OJtni?L OP I0 . r 33C .1 Qenera! Market' and Packing House 33 oof, roxls., Voal The best of meats nlwoys on Hntut. Orders promptly filled. the tisi' or their oiii vent or for them suIvihi as ulirso, the only stipulation bcinir thai the convent no returned to I hem at the c oo of the war In as Rood condition us when It had been accepted by the government. As most of the sailors who were sick were sent to this hospital, 1 visited It duy utter day, and though a protectant min ister. 1 could not have been more warm ly welcomed IimI I been of their faith, I-'rom Inoxporlonco they rupdly ad vauced until they wore nur-ea to whom might Wifely bo coullded the oaie of oven tho most dangerous oaten And Ntioh nursfs Tlioy were verlta b e uiireis of mercy' ill their mlnUtm lions to men mIh wen- n -vi i ot sickness utid who wero siilb nog from every sort of wound And the mun grew to love their sweet, smiling 1 faces, mid they wondered how human being ooual trend so guntlj . and human bunds con d so soltly lirmh nwuy tlte cures from tliulr fevered lirows. Thon tliulr hands were over ter wo know qnlto well tramped tho ! rontly to write Ioiir letters :to the hills fomo lift) miles west of Kddy for hm,,, n,i w ni( i,(,t otherwise Imve four days without seeiuj, .i siiik' l"r ; u,,tu )lt sl, ,.,, fa;i T ,! tont, Dozens of hunters- (?-! hoU Mhd ,triu . ui : nwukfiud mu hir uxperlunced men who havu praolloally nurv were uusettltid Ana they been brought up here- llnd it dllllault ( nuviir oomplalneit of weurliiOM, though worktoklll deur. Ab Tor untelnpo, mimuttmuti their fauoti spoke of over quite ii number are to lie found, but Work In a allghtly Intuiisllled pul thoy are wild and dilllcult to get. I he t)r ihntoamo from nn vigils of open seuiHin ulos ior deor and unto-1 watching, Unit wero frequently fol lope Dee. I, Instead of March I, und It inwed by uddillonnl hours of Is uiiliiwlu. to kill unleloie or deer : priiyer. And they never nppurently wlthoutihorns ut any tlinu. As for i w,,ro dtnutiblled, clulunng that the raliblU, thuru cunnot bu iiiuoli exug I pleasure of helplnj; others for Christ's gurtitlon concerning them, Tor they uru ( 8K WUR tuir Its own ruoonipenso u nulsancu. (Juull are ulso vury plon-, ..jj,t another Held oi woniuns work tlful. though wild turkey ureas scarce (, aM, t8 devo ed laborers I ul tide an huns teeth. Wo would advise oust. (0 thu elllclent corps of trained nur em sportsmen to steer shy of this t.co j B(,B Wio oxchanged comfortable, re tlon uu.ebs hunting for qiiull, duck or muiieratlve labor near their northern rabbits. J'lie government land under , hninin for work In this hot iitmiv. i THO SOAtl-WUUKl.Y NltWS and Till! CURRONT j&.t n Vory LOw.I'rloo Tin- Heml-Wwkly Nrwa Onlveton or lni la puiilUliMi TuMHlnyn unit Prlilnrs. I!ncli Imus oonauia ot Plniit ihikm. 'nisre nre iclnl ilrinrtmrnt for tho tsniiers. Hi InulM nnu tlie bov nnil Rlris, ImsIiIbs a worlil nl Keiieml new ninllrr, lliiuirnliil article, etc. we ortr tho Hnitl-w'esulr Now nuil tlie Ci'iiiiut lor 12 month- tor tliti low cJuiJllM(t rtrloo ni M.TSeasli. Till Hit you iiii-avc inprs a week or isn ngpcrsn yesr lorn rlilleuimiily low prtco. llhnu In your ubKnpllonnt onco. Rstrny Notice. Taken up on tho first day of August IMS ono horso described an follows: Sorrel gelding horse about eight years old branded 0 on left thigh " on left shoulder. 0 It. It Haiikkv. sep .1 li Itddy, N. M. t.I.WORK (lUAHANTRUD. At till: ft O. R. Blacksmith Caiiiuaokshop. 5 ennuis Is iiIno a myth, for thu canal company owns ull the laud not already in the hands of private parlies under the irrigating eamils. In the oveul the United States an UVSV Ul" I'liilijipiu.! and l'orto Hloo the lessons of carpet Img rule in the south will (Nime in od jiiay. Uf ull the mistakes ever made, the mistake of sending men from h north to the south () Administer law was the most (ileum! utid did more to lioep up tec tioiial hale than anything else. Now, r lull I'lwtly expurleneo should stilllce v-lthi-itt riirtherund more uniiecessary trinlH. Let the poopiu of the Philip pine chooso their own law olllRiuls and the prnblem of Koverniiig thum is half solved. Let it become a cardinal prin cipal of Americanism, that Imported olllcinU shall not hold olllco hi the ter ritories or other dependencies ot Uncle j Satn. If the poopio or ew .moxioo would do na did their unitostors in Mississippi, Louisiana und all over tho south, no Imnortod ulitctal eould hold niiipo iii thin territory t'arpet bg- gt ra wsrehot down like the dogs of hi reel ny luiiignaui mircus, nun me cilttens twrtalnly iterforuiml h Just uct in o doing, for no carpet Ixtgger could go Maithaud live at present. I'nless Ni M Mvxloo is nduitltsd us a state we ... ... m h .it. Hklilil lulltUU,. ! snuw day, wlttttt the ieople beenmu propfrty awrtkaitwl to titvlr jntwer and rights, lt earil Im row be extend iii to tho newly aim'tUnnl territory and n i army will tw hirg enough to kse pe-iw A AtlNISTflR PRAISnS THU NUNS. Whut Tlicy did In the War Told by a Protestant Chaplain, "some lii n tie Ministries of tho War" Is the title of an aitlo e contributed to the current Issue of the Christian Advocate, the lending Methedlst pub lication of the country, by the Itev W, T. Helms, a protectant ohaplalu in the navy. As is Indicated by the title, the writer deuls with tho work or women in earing for thu sick during the progress of the recent conlllot and since its couc.usioii. Tim urtice Is a beautiful contribution to the brief but mighty struggle, und it will bo read with special pleasure und grati tude by Cut hollos, sluco the Iter. Mr. Helms husseuu lit to (my trlnuto to thu self-sacrificing of the Slstus. olated city. Their virtues uuu graces adorned the convent In which they also labored, and the sweetoNt' sinter hood flourished between them and the Sisters, who we coined them ns no workers In a choaeu Held. Under the direction oi Miss Lees the he ul iurn and Miss Lyons the chief single t I nurse, every nursu lubored most eill i oleutly At times all thu efforts of I nurses utid Sisters, of medicine and pra)er, were iiuaviii.lug, nnu - r'11'''"1 would gently slip his nuorlnr" in the hospital ward and steal out into the other woral. Then In the vanishing I life tho the onlooker would torgel for iu time that tho scene wus u rea one for the teudernetw, gunlleuess and ovi with which those wonderful women buttled add struggled In hand to IihiiiI eniNiunters with death seemed super, hiimuii. On the other huud outne letters srom tifothers nud wives thunklnu those who we e ho spltviididly curing for their distant loved onus, nud at such rai-olnss hlflCHsiiiltlilng, Carriage mlut lug ami wood work ot nil khiiU, t-fTi,Q owing uinohlaM nud fiv nil Kinds of repnlti. Kddy. N. M. Fjhsd STA1H.K JKe JIairxe. Painting and Paper Hanging, p Carriage and ) 81rnPalntInr. i. o "pi- ij Full tine of Wall Papu I Brv)art & Sor. I ISSIBVSaHSSBVBnEHamSJSBBaBBS.'BHna 'IB KRATEItNAL 800IET1E8. Eddy Lodgo No, SI, K of P. Meal every Tliurattay ovenliiKnt :W o'clock. All vliltora am woloomu Joux IIulton, C. C ThuHiseagoiievoieiiioiiiese miuisier timos a Sister or a nurse roadiug her lug angels nie Hie oiieiitng ones of this ,ultl)r wlL. iumm lu wlm urmu article and are .is f.dlowsi , for ,mt0t, ,,r Willu sitting by his Mluslod with the problems or glory !8ll(,Bnd funning rrosh oxygen into Ihut concern our groat heroes of tho (nlo ,..,, KI.m& i,y the relentless navy und army, It may be dlllloult lo j p0motl wo,,ia ullow a,tour to slow It. It. A- H. ullraui tlie minus ot ruuuera . .,. us ii rt,, lo Mlti, tho Bweet awayfrnin those great focal potnU By,patliy that gnvo It birth bound of interest mug enough to tell u simple (0K()ti,r Htrongsr bonds the udnroh Htory of lives that Hi led with slf sac ! 0 wniunhood ot our land Uuohs-rt-and silent effort, must utlieiwiso I onjy ((, ,m,minnoe would come uwait a rewanl In aimtlwr life. Yet 1 (o n,,, untruiitw u receive u draft iff so womUrfiil to mo hove been some , , w,, wut0 t go North. Arrung of tliu revelations of thu past few insuls nid o-mii i i.npt . I 1 1 1 '(loll niontliaiindwigrfielouB has been there- omary,' us home was uilled oy some oHil... tenderwl the tlMt in wl.loh I ! "it"1 " i:1" Ifu-ni -I'll....... I " . . , HUB. a. IIU4I Knilll IIIU Pact vs. Ilieory. j serve, that l venture torelaio some of inl -but 1 inuy not repoat the sentl i in K-sMy ruinnrknuie. when one the great thlmts that have neen necoin- nienis umi were inen exprtstswi. . . i . a aa . . a . a a a a .. lllinil III UUIiriill 'liri-l tllHaU I llfllll IfttlT i- ,iim-i io MurtK or i, n iw aonejeiiee io pnanwi in uie mere iiauieoi iiuhinou r.7iuu. roVJii niiiM,f).i,d. stftiy to a pojitlrtil ; un whirl, were never liiUmlnd nor a"lt, ,1 rilw iy that tenet, will liluid iie ui th mMt ob- ( exieutwl to reueli Ut lltounht of the uwll lrneii slieut li,im slioui tra-iTi- not iimteniabte lasts. Take i wor d. i KOtHlneas and hituiHUity In tlnnw hi the f.i ,,u from Um. TyhT liasett.. 'As ehajiij m of the UnlUd StaUsJ l',ul ,w,i! W 'MI'I'ier liMrU s,.e,M,.,e. W. V. lepimluatfl will. tlashi, La.er. .tallontd In Uw'j",'' homin m""' ',,rU,,f '"'? appro.il ly tin AiurlmtH HrotHimisi: Iwrbor of Key West Flu.. 1 vi-itMl the, .int wi,Us ti wor.d has arown to Hie '.- ult .f the lilmjley tariff is I hosplta s to which sick and wounded I CSmc( 'list shoh iatars frmu Msters of i,n i k .mreii iMt-rj am) 111 uir Km imu iv tnt Hum boin army unn lu iriiy, ueuronessea MAHONIC ISdily jm boN0. 11, !l. , A. P. A; .(. M,.le)tTg reMllliir oojiiliimilratlon nt 7 tSJO i. in., wo. nniiiruar oi tni IIUIIIII. VU1IIIIK IHtUUVII III Itml litillteiMl. H. I. IIQlHttil! W. M. A. s. Pii.m, 8eey. Miaaiuilr luill. tsmiiiia eonllsliy we liy weiftwc (1. W II. WMK lir. Sery. No :l loawts evwy t'rlilny ovciiIiir la brolliBm In Km! MolllMn, N. (I. U-uerti i tin- , iiuirr New esnital from set.... Hi' WJftt i( oemTiTiiUMr In ine nun giving-eliiploymeiil to thousand- ot uoorers, whioh iu thus creuiet- a lioiin- in rkei for the iaritwr. I'lrt- New Vork HivirgsiMUkx.spruk log f it faet and not a flieory, tell im tint I hay hare nnlnml inlerast nu de ji,HiH iierause of the siiareity ot safe investments. Any linantlul Journal will shew us that the HugiUh rate of dlkcouut is nearly doubla tlmt o New Vork. while that at llerltu Is about three times as great. Then, too, it is well known, as stated by thu American Hanker in its last issue, tlmt "there has been heavy wiling f Amerieuii shares at London, the securities being readily absorbed over here." Furthermore, it b&9 beoo stated on good financial au thority that American capital bat re ceotly beeo laveitsd la Europe to tbe Hie Convent ot M.iry liuuiselute. laid been offered hihI uceepled as a has pitul und was kuoHii as th - geueral hotpitrfl. I he Kmlers or ( h-irlly Who Kre the use or the convent a if kflowu an the sisters oi the holy names of Jesus and Mary. Thur work had bsen leaolilnir, but when war was do e ured and they thought or the oour forts of their eofivent, which for til ntiUdy is situated iu the voidest psioe in (hut hot, dusty city, they deeidud to slwrellieir hlussings with siek and wounded men wh,i ooiikl nowhere else secure l lie in I'heir iheUiou was beautiful mi Us iinseliWlinesa, for not only did they who offered the me ul their oouvwit beoume faithful iiunrita but tbuy uiked no reiuuueratlou ut the bands of tbo governtaeut either for It jr. deuroi ..Mii;rnfm-, and Ai nu' e. and 'ti, In i,l) .in- this wonderful -lintrr 1 iiernuin ami in v nion. iiaie i more element required to aKil the pro per nnu tlut ahall render the sym jihouy divine" 'I'lei element referred to by ibe Itev Mr Melius In ttv last sentence quoted win the proMenee of woiiii'u of Wealth a the bedside of iIih nulTernm u-ulera It.. r.......l .i.i.. ,.. l UM...a of Hie. Uiheock. of N'ew V ikj Miss ifi Wheeler, daughter of (ten. Whepler, i r and others wlioin lev dons ihk sjHrttty, and gives thum their tnewl of prahe lUrgiMiis in altn'le enamel wan nn eestelk Cull awl let lle-lu ( I their siiiry.ni !)& MoKhiio Kddy Uamj) Woodmen of the World , SIH In tin ( Ity 1 111 tks sejeiHl and JjvKI TuMHlayHlma f eaeR ssontM. ' IISHT ltflHKHTMV, Olk. Pecos ValleyS. Noitheastem oixxdl Facos River Railroad Do. limp Tabli' ., Hi. In effwt Suuilav, (leloUer .ii. lW, at til n'eloek A. M Slaudard Oentra! Time J. F. MAT HESON, oomrssion And QciiGrnl Forwarding . y Hay, Grain, Seed, Feed Blacksmith Coal and Ice delivered in tho City. v .00 Per Acre Old Cultivated Land. 80 news, all foncod mid small house, fully paid wntor right;, om-fourth mile from station. Tul'inK S80000 oash, balance mortgnge foi' throo yoars with interest at 0 nor oont. McLenathen tSr. Tracy, opp. Hotel Windsor. Real EstQtc and Jnpurance. o J C6KTRAL SALOON. -r- w. 'ifc.av, ir-T-i TijTjgnij-ia-- CIGARS: Holfman House, Spanish Twist, Fine Whiskies Fine Wines. I Fine p Cognacs, K n .t i Internaofonal, W ,JUIU1,IIH Royal Lancer. r Etc . . . e Kemp & Woerner, Props. " X6WENBRUCK & STONE, 0. S. MEAT MARKET. Fresh Meats, Sausage, Game. Etc., Etc. Fl'oo Po-L-X7-ox,y to ctxxy jprax't o Oity W A, KERR, km Fancy Groceries , A OxaoictHry. A Merry Christmas and a Happy N(w Year to all our Customers, The Green Tree Saloon The (Icntlcmens' Kcsort. Wo will rIvc our oustoiiuirs a special prlco on Pino Llqii- rs d'irlnir the liolldiys. Our leudlni; whisky la I W. llnrpcr. for wliloh wo aro ex oluilvoaKunts In Kddy; thure Is noiio botlor. Wo also handle other hriinds und make u specialty of l'lno Imported Wines. (Jlvo uu u ohnneo heforo buying. Yours, Barfiold & Cnntrelt. Jrown & Robertpon- BLACKSMITHS iiui ut iirw wu(n n rii-vini ( li H mliiK linplerutil of nl -jn uiivl U rHpnlrotti uu hoi I nutttii. a untmii citmirvrn itPitnV m uiynyit js w uiiiy u V '? THISl) A'l All kind of urw work n Hi.wlHl' y ''J kirn Canon Oflloo. gon makcrp, iVt Mim m I JVt-il and Livery Oorral Q n n..,.,,. T ini'mineclitni. Aoeonunoda bt. Up.Uirront r tionnnd sMtisfacion, suaran- ipod. -t-SANTA FE ROUTE- THE SHORT bINETO Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas Oily 'o Transfers from El I'ww n- irt W-irlli. STATIONS lMirf h u laid out in in in r k i n prHSHViiiK (mh Mt U s Hli rjtrRsit, Cans 04ii in- mi for rrttsi a -purposes I atatlSKa. i imII) - ,' lit. ,.-- i lit, Isl'a m u ' L "!. t Sj III ltW . . M ,H, .. . SltrHuM S (h-4- f as si h-i i,.'Wi P i!3 r A ii If H IT iff 11 wir n m i in i ntnii.u '1 iff V.ik la n ,,i.l rk Ask'fur I'lmi) t'srila und iisps of i sr XHti Act lit, or utl'i . K II. UOUU1IT s ,. w. m.ACK. 1 :. n'l, l'..m. .nt, I l. I', and I' . I l'ai, 'l'r ' I K .iNS Th svilnr 1'2 Atlll. .RMn.U wM Lv. Ar. ism mm mm 7. . WTTX TA-IT VT-r- 1 I"STT VlRiflej Repeating: Shotgjoj, Ammunition and LoAded Sbotun hellt. Winchester tans and ammunition are the standard of the world, hut they do not cost any more than poorer makes. All reuable dealers sell Winchester goods. FRBKt Send name on a nostsl for ISA nst-a tllm, Irstjd CstsloRus descrlblne all the guns and ammunition msae oy uie WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., NMW.HAVMN. QQNN. '