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LOCAL . jep organUo a flro department. Coninirum tuppor Thursday tbo jxs. Lawronco Wilson It vory ill tbli woex." mJss Balllo Arcliirf .baa .recovered Jr6rf)(5r'recont Illness. " J, p, penny tho well known traroU DK'rijnrii was here Wednesday. Coat.s, of Malaga,, Is listed among M'S Kfff? patients (bis week f. Jbi. Flnloytho Koswell lumbtr Ujoji; jrns In totyh Monday on busl- Pjr. Vhlchor says measles aro so numerous thoro'a no counting tho 4m-" jy m. II. Mullnno returned Tuesday mM from tbo oast via ibo now asjlurko, a Ft. Worth peddler, nr flW cJocr'tlay 10 Ijook Undo in this. JI. Jj. Slaughter, n gold wire artist is nn arrival in town with h,oodciuartutw t,Ln,vr-r,ty'. JJy.Bcarup hns been again apppinlod (n member of tho territorial board of efynl examiners, peroral thousand head of cattlo will jbp shipped this month over tlicl', V & N. K. lly.'.lo the not;Ui. Mrs.fJcp. Mo Donald and baby, at ..Kavnn ")llyoxfl,ttro very 111 and Dr. Wrlght wan called Saturday. Tiio how blacksmith, W. 0. Drown &os Ids tools In placo and says ho wll jbo ready for business Monday. 1udgo Oatcwood arrived Sunday jTrom Marfa, Texas, to defend Cass, for ,tbo killing of Job. II, Carpcntor. Uoun: Wednesday, April 10th, to Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Glover, a girl ."Jcfl" is tho happlost man in town. Eddy Is getting to bo a great town .,for foko shows; probably think thq people arons grcon as tho shade trees. Lee Christopher Is enjoying a vaca ntlon this weok and as a kind of i variety has measles to keep bin) com pany. I). A. Sloystor, of Albunuernuo. with tho Atlas lasuranco company, . looked oltorilio Jntqr&sta pf bis company in l-Eddy, Tuesday. tillpuK: To Mr. and Mrs.iL. Lang ford, Tuesday, tho 18th, a boy, Mrs. Longford and flvo children aro sick with tho measles, Jno. Crawford's llttlo boy, F. E. Bry ant, Peggy Itlddlck and Mrs. Crist man's llttlo boy aro among tboso who bare tho measles. Several families passed through town this week from Texas, on-routo over land tohtho Sacramento mountains, where thoy will locato. "Dad" Archlo has n badly swollen hand, from tho oltects of which ho was compelled to lay off this week: all caused by an Insect biting him. I E. l'rowlttnnd C. N. 1'otts, acou plo of doctors from Sllveston,) Colo,, spent a fow days In town this week, i trying tho cllmato and sight seeing, City Health OtHcor Whlchor Is the l&tc&t title for' (tbo doctor, ho having been placed in that position by tho city board at a meeting hold Monday evening of this week. N.Thlllo loft for Iluinphroy, Neb, on Tuesday's train, whoro ho goes In tho interest of tho Valley to securo German Colony, which will be located near Otis if Mr. Thlllo'u mission is accomplished. Miss Mlttlo Orlllln, tho music touch orj departed Thursday for Itoswell, whoro sho will orgaulzo a music clutts and wilt also Instruct thdiband. Miss (Orlllln is an accomplished musician and will no doubt succeed well at Jtos well. The band concert Wednesday even ing drew a large crowd and was a suc cess, (Tho muslo was good and the lco cream, strawberries and cream nn enjojablo least. Tho BddySllver Hand Is all rlght-aad'Svlll shortly fur nish muslo for any und all occasions. The flro department meeting called for Tuesday ovenlng bid not materal-ize-no ono present. This makes threo failures In succession In tho attempt to get a department meeting and It Is about time tho sooalled flroidopart ment bo disbanded or something dono. A. A. Drlgts loft last Saturday for New York In response to a messago announcing ihe"de&lh of- hls-uiethor. Mr. Drlggs wont south on the ovontng train but was compelled to return and go by way of Amarillo on account of a washout at Arno. The lddlea-of hBvM. J5. 'church will give a conundrum supper at tho city hall Thursday evening, next week, April 27th, to which all are cordially Invited. A feast of good things will be provided and you get six conun drums for 85 cents. Nor. II. Kempker, pastor of tho Catholio church o( Eddy, was attacked with u nemo heraorr'hogo Monday . eight and' has been In a critical condi "tlon since. Ills fatbtir, Mr. 0, II Kemp, ker, of Leo Co., Ia., Is expected shortly and will accompany his son homo to Iowa sometime in May, when the Catholics of Bddy will be without a priest. There will bo no services Sun day la St. Edward's except devotions. ThP.undcrtakcrn at Dubuque paid a high compliment to tho skill and abili ty of John Bradford, Eddy's popular undertaker and ombalrner, passh.g sovoral very complimentary remarks on tho noat and thorough way tho re mains of Father Daly were proparcd for shipment. Tho friends and rela tives of tho lamented priest also felt grateful to sco tho remains In so .per fect a stato of preservation when ihdy arrived, Tho f unoral was ono of tho most elaborato and tho oration on tho llfo of tho deceased tiy Iter. McCarthy was ono of tho ilnost over heard, lin ing n chum of tho deceased, Itov. Mc Carthy's oration was from' tho heart, Tho location of tho grnvo of Father Daly Is ono of (0U tlttfef picturesque, being situate about 'throo miles south of Dubuuuo on tho high bluff over looking tho great Father of Wators and commaudtug a view of miles of tho country over in Illinois and up and down tho river. Tho groat building occupied as u mother homo by the Slstor of Charity of tho ii. V. M. from which tho remains woro Interred, was recently erected ut a cost of about 8300,000 and should bo seen to bo ap preciated. Tho procession of priests, sisters und citizens which moved from tho bu.'dlug conveying tho remains was very largo and highly edifying, for tho ceremonies of tho church aro tho grandest on earth when properly car ried out. Tho priests, sisters und puo. plu who were friends of Father Duly could not say or do enough to oxprmw their noartfoit gratitude to thorn who cured for him und nsslntud hero In Uddy at tho last aldo rltoti. Ho was a young man, only till, full of promise of n useful life andhls domino Is ccrtulnlj? a sovero blow to his many friends, Tho editor of this paper, who accompanied tho remains oust, renders thuiikslo tlio kind sister Mother. Cecelia of Mt Curmol, Mr. M, F. McCulloiigh nud Urcgolro Bios., tho undertakers, who niado l,ia two day's stay In Dubuquo Lou so sad a mission ono long to be ro motnbercd for tho many kindnesses ro coivou, Aitor leaving uuuuquo n trip to Appiptan, Wis., tho old homo, was made, Tho ground Is. still frozon for six feet dccji in. that country and tho days und nights aro still very cold, Tbo farmers will not plow before May 1 this year lu Wisconsin. Itoturulug homo tho country commonccd to look bettor tho nearer tho train curuo to Eddy until tho town was reached, when tbo bright wurin sunshluo uud nillos ot shady stroots mado tho con trast from tho northeast ?o sUciig tnat ono Is thoroughly convinced that of all tho beautiful and congonlal spots on oarth, wlnttir andsummor,tho town of Kddy, Now Moxlco, in tho famod 1'ocou Valley, is tho most beautiful anil congenial, Grozlor & Murray's storo was brokon IlitoSuturday night and 'a couple of pistols, a pulr of pistol (handlos and n gold watch appropriated. Tho nn thorltlos woro notllled and Mr. Crozler sent a description of thu stolon artlclos to the sheriff at l'ccos and asked tho trainmen to koop u lookout. Marvin Brock, r lad from Dublin, Texas, prov ed to bo tho artist who did tho work and accordingly boarded tho train Sunday ut Mulaga and gave Frank McDunlols ono of tho stolon pistols to pay his furo to Tocos. When tho train reached I'ecos, Brock was (gone but was soon located and Deo Clark wont down und brought him up Tuesday morning. Justlco ltoborts bound him over In tho sum of 8500. Tho town board mot Monday night, transacting but llttlo business. Tho petition of tho W. C. T.U with rognrd to tho fountain was roforrod to tho city attorney, with instructions to drow up an ordinance regulating tho ubo of wuter from tho fountain. Tho appointment of treasurer and ditch man was postponed till tho next regu lar meeting. An appropriation of8G0 was madu for street work, Bills wero allowed for ditch work and drnylng, amounting to 8M UC. Appointments were made as follows: City attorney, J. O. Cameron; health oftlcer, Dr. Chas. M. Whlcher. member board of health, Sam B, Smith; poundmaster Deo Clark W. (J. Cuss was given a preliminary hearing boforo Justice ltoborts, Wed nesday, for killing Jas. JI. Carpenter, and tho evidence was such a nature that ho was romanded to jail without bond. Freeman & Cumeron conduct ed the prosecution while W. W. (late- wood appeurwl for the defendant. Oscar White, a wealthy cowman from Toxas, stepping at the l'eoos Valley hotel, has a child very slok with pneumonia, Mr. White come lu Thurs- by wagon und was cn-routo to tho mountains. Corl Gordon was thrown from his .horse on Hookey Arroya last Friday night und his shoulder broken. Dr, Wright wont out to fix Curl up and ho is gettlug along O. K. J. W. Brookshlro camo down from Hagermau, Wednesday, and is at tho hospital tinder tho treatment of Dr. Whlchor for aduto artloular rheuma tism. Itov Koll. Is in Abilene thls-week at tending a meetlnc of hu 1'resbvterlUn Church, ooiWju8ntly there will not bs servleos at his ohurott to-morrow, Sunday. Resolutions, It Is with deep regret and sorrow thBtlWdyoampNo.8, W. 0. W was called upon to part with our late be loved Sovereign .!. II. Carpenter who was taken away from us on April 10th, 1600. Our hearts aro sad, every Impulso of our soul Is that of sympathy for thdio wuo iovea our sovereign u&st, Tney will look for his oomfng, but ho comes not; thoy will sigh for his voice, but It Is hushed In tho sllonco of tho grave; Uo has fulfilled his earthly destiny f ho has b&en oallod to a hotter lond, Liko tho trees of the forost, our sovorolgn has Hprun Into llfo and grown to bo A man, oven as tho small shrub be'eomes a groat trco. Ho was Itko tho vigorous sapling, around which the Ivy and the' vine liavo loved to ding and find nsaff protection. But now liko tholreo lie Is cut down ami tho ivy and tho vino feel tho crushing blow. Tho treo can never on oarth bo their support again; but lu that bolter llfo, toward which vrtOASt our longing oyos, thoro shall bo no moro parting mere. Tonucriy, lov ingly wo plucod his Immortal remains In tho silent tolnb. With sorrowing hoarts wo turn again to tho duties of lllo. rtet on, rot on, In peneoful reit Itternnl life, aod rrvci Kara mortal! ytit unborn will tr llMltla lit lowljr Rravei Nor Umll his kqoiIiimii bo forifot, While tlmo lii record keopii nut Bovarelni, mark tho Meredspot, Whera tho Sovereign Woodman sleepa. By order of tho camp. Jno, L, Ki:u., 0. C, Ciias. Mooitn, D. B. OlTTllKltl.ANB. S..B. Jones nnd family ovenlng for their n'eW homo left Sunday at Eddv. mu Air. j ones' timo win resiao ut Eddy, but Mr Jones' tlmo will bu oc cupied principally at his rancli and looking aftor his oattlo on tho l'ccos in Texas, Mr. Jpnos will hold his pust Uros hero and ship several thousand head from this placo to market this coming fall. Wo arosorryto tooio Ut. 'Junes nsa clttzon, for ho Is a good man In any country. Tho News certainly ' wishoa Hobo and his most rstlrnalilo lady abuudant suc cess in tholr now homo. While wo ro uret very much to lose them from our midst tbo poonlo of that country havo mado u vuluublo acquisition, lllgglns Mr, Jones and family arrived this wook nnd aro now located In tho J. M, Hawkins rcsldonco on Canon Stroet uuving purcnaseu tlio property soroo time since. Tho Cuuhknt wolcomea, Mr, & Mrs. .Inn:3 an$ j.,. fojl mom. & j.a-sant rcsldonco In Eddy whoro so many of tho old timers among tho cattiu men aro now located, Col. Ed. Peril, of Wlnllold, Kansas, haspurchnKcd the homo placo ofS. BV Jones, on Cnmmls&Ian crock south of 1 iriis cuy. .Mr. 1'orll will nov with his family on to the. placo just as soon its ho can make tho arrangements to do 00. iiigguns (xox.) news. Mr.Porii was ono of Eddy county's oiuest citizens having resided for years aibovon iiivors, J.E. Smith, latu' arrival, Is down with tho rheumatism uuder tho. asro of Dr. Whloher. A party want out to tho rock quarry this wcok lUhIng, being tinablo to llnu tho river. t J. B. sutler und E.U. Conllff knights of Hi 1 grip from Dallas, tar rled lu town Weduosduy. Wliiulo Ci'boau was lu town Satur day and Sun. lay from Itoswell, visiting frlonds uud teeing tho sights, Ed (Jamblo has bcon busy tho pas wcok "sotting 'cm up", .to his friends from his soda wuter fcuntaln, Itev. Llles wlfo and baby expect to leave Mouduy for southern Texas, for Mrs. Llles health, which is very poor Tlio devotional meeting of tho lip worth Lcaguo will bu hold at 7:30 p. m. tomorrow, Instead of 0:30 o'clock. All aro Invited. W. H. Blggor went to Hope and tho upper country, Wednesday to ussess the tax payers, whllo Jno, Enicrsou went south on the same mission. Joo Lomeo returned trom his Louis lona trip Thursday morning. Joo says ho decided to leavo Louisiana early uud escape tho rovers so provolent there. The mosqultos havo alioady commenced to sing thelr,llttloJullabyd to tlio uenlztns of that swampy state, ICov. James S. Matthews, recontlyof Aioxauuria, La., who has boon appoint ed by Bishop Kondrick of this diocese, rector of Grace church arrived ycitcr duy morning to take charge of the church. Tho people of Graea church are to be congratulated In Iwvliig so quickly been supplied by Bishop Ken- drlok with a clergyman of their faith. Grace Church. Divine services on Sunday next, Sunday school, 10 a. in. Morning prayer, holy cominuuleu BiiflCKMORE'S BLrtCKMORE'B on fqllowl us: DfugSj .Quoou8wm;9, Ohina, Ginsswuro, Grnuitowuro, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles of nil Kinds. Oftll nnd get our prices eonvineo yoursolf what wo snyris true. Tho best 5o Cigar In Town "TRY ONE" T. I PBLAOKMORE. 2 Doors south of Hotol. HOTEL SGHLITZ, EDDY, N, M, d. v. anRHART, Manager. AND ...OF B6SK Asent lor BchllU and Anlieutor-lluteli urawiqg companip. and sermon, 11 a. m. Kveirinif prayer and short addrsss, 8 p. in, itKv. jab, a. aiATTHitwa, Hector. Luclous Dills, late odltor of the Hoi- welt Hecord, who has-been In the olty for several days, left for Itoswell this morning, Whllo In the olty Mr Dills effected tho purchase of tho Weekly News, which will become under his oontrol a strictly democratic sheet. The gentleman will return to the elty in about teu'days with Ins family and wlll'Ot once assuuie the management of the News. Albuquerque Democrat. evsvovevseveeteto S. T. BITTING, I BANKER, I .A Q n Doors Bolow Hotol. Windsor, h Eddy. N. M. I I A gonoi'n! banking bu- siness dono. K Pat Murray, DBA1.I1 It IN q Kxcnnnpo lurnlnhetl to eu a tomers ireo ol.clmrKo. 2 " I f Arthur R. O'.Quinn ' Ol'.AlEH IN 10 Lumber Yard. Mind A. N. PItATT, Prop'r. Luinbur, .' Luth, Shingles, Boors, Mouldings, Pickets, Snsh, Etc. S. T. BITTING, Department Store EDDY, NEW MEXICO; Dry Goods, Ulotmug, Gents Furnishings, Shoos, lints, Notions, Stationery, Hardware, Queonswaro, Houbq Furnishings, Oloeks, Outlory, Guns, Ammiinitl"P pnorting udqus. baaaiery, t Saddlory Hnrdware, 'ituniiiba, Wagon Timber, , Biigiios, I Wagon Covers, Tarpaulins, Tents, 133fa. Lffrgest Stock atfi Lowest EncBS n 111 city, HARNESS, SAD&LES. BUQQIES. , I dcslro to say to tho pooploof Kddy that 1 havo moved my stock of Har utiM. Saddles, Bugales. Htc, from Mid land and havo opomdfup in Kddy next door to tho 15. Kl restaurant. 7 My stock Iscomplotcland coni,1!! of tho laUt slid best aooas to bo found ami. I Invito tho public to call on mo tOii in need of anythlnff.ln this lino Jteoolr Work Dono Promptly. BAT MURRAY. VUftClfASnRS AT TAX SALUSr I'rovlsloijsof Nowi Law Concerning (ho (Irnnt oT I.Icns tol'urclias- . . . era at Tax 5nles. Thf Uw n.ruvMiau. for .utniHliiu His porehn.f ni 1st mIm h.ialufors iiinil., th. IU11 of a Its wmnty nnd territory (ot iticjj tiisM follow! greUun I. Thnt under sii mi iis innde litf lOfoto iijr 1 111 vhiioui couuit oolleolor of UiU t.rrltofy by tlttne of tlin reveuut lows In lore, iniur 10 ma fltttdnr of Jsnasrr, 1100, ill o.ittn- cnlei of nta ImusJ Iijr itnld eOllvoto ut ptovlJiil for In i.o 400 of tlis toitipll- rd Jjiiwi HI 1BU7, tusn adii norcuy uu tvii la (lis pnraliniers of whom esld atrtinoslvs mm lintn lif nil li.ueJ. their holrs sail iKiif. nil tlm rlhl, tills, IntetMt nnd ll.tt of Ilia eoaoly nnd t.rrltory ia nnd to tti roM titM. .old ror isi lor wiuaii mo tnrao mny litre lieen .old orsnbieaaently pnM n proTld.d for by ipotioti 4 out 01 AnM luws and nuder nn; esl uipJ bfrs tOfOra ondor the prnvUloui of .n.i) io dd Uws for th tton-pijxfttfif- tnsM wiiion mny ue netonner pror.u 10 00 in vntld, nnd Intff.otoal to oon ey lbs tills ror nor anu.ii knu, mi oao 01 muu m mpi from Inxntluu, or upon which the tfliMnnnrli.vnb.ati nnld nrlor to auoh snta theretofo tlio lien wliloh the oounly nnd territory hml on snoh Inndfor nil tax e.; territorial, county nnd municipal, rot whloh .aid lond. mny hare been told, or aub.eqaently paid br the tmrchaaer st tnt aala at niOTlded for bv aeotloti lODt, atiall rupmlii In.fnll furon nnd 4(T)tnd la liareby ilonlared to b Irnntferred br aald ctrtlflonle of ante lo the Ktant.ea, tlnlr hetra nnd mtnlxti)1, whu ahnll be en titled to furorluiu anld lieu na inotlttatfas nnd other lleoa nrs fortclo.od, the uwner of anltl Innda lielnit allowed to redeem th lain, aa now provided by law, upon th payment to anld county collector, or h nmoutiu ror iniini, tuueiber wmi interrsi thet.on on nt the rntu horolubefore 1 Drovlded br law nnd oota. that tho holder of anld eet tlnonts will pay or ennio io be paid tho full nmount of tnxe doi upon anld property, to the wo per oiuoer nuinorixeu to reoeivs jn eatno.' Heotlon 9. This not ahnll bs la force (rum nnd after the date of lla pnaingo. 0. L. Hlce, of Santa Fo Now Mex ican, went to Alnmogordo yesterday. 1 pro- "1'iotlded, a t&lo. In ac- corddnco with tho donlmtorcd Into uy Governor Otero. ,Jlax Frost JMfOTAffnMfWMBHfMftHlflHHMMMHMtl Bear in "We keep tho freshest and purest Drugs and Chemicals that can bo obtained, nnd assure you prompt and 5aJc'llful sorvico in filling your proscriptions. Eddy Drug Co. ,...-.... mmu mmmimtmtmmmimmimtimel A. J.ALLEN, uEuraps, . . Windmills, Casing, Piping, 'Etc., Etc. And all kinds of Supplies. Plumbing and fit - Tilling. Bronson Block, - -Mddy, Kl l'aso Tlmcst And thereby lianas in v I, anal nntl nnr. IIIJVUIIIUI UkUIUi.ULUA 1. lUOb 1IIIU WV. tain representatives of tho Kl l'aso & Nortlicasorn rallrol, a Qortalnrcn sylvunla timber coiff- y and others at tho tlmo tho vwu ochools land Kraut bill was put through tho recent legeslnUve mtseuibly, Mr. It lco is Ja his way to Alamoajordo in tho county of Otero, with n car load of uowsnapcr material gathered up nbouttho Santa Fo Now Mexican nnlcu, to establish " nrontx roprcsontlnir t.h tnero 11 yt-f ...J administration and for the ptirposo of tit wlllowlnp; "mo-to" to overjfthlnil that tho parent ornan at Santa Fo shall' havo to say regardlnp; tho mnnngomont of this public schools land trust. Httvo a enro Rontlcmon. Tho peoplo aro on JJ10 alort, : 1.08 Yogas Optic. K reporter inya that fromlV80 to 1892 beat cattle In tho United Htntea Inoteaaed QB ri e.nt tu nnrob.r. Than followed a period of denreaae nt the ralo of a million n year. Farmer quit beef oattls and ralaed dnlry cattle. Lsat year th batter made nud idld-to huekattra by" farmer brought from 60 to lOo n pound, white th obolcrtt ?nl of beef retailed to .farmers iu thu country nt from lOo to Ha n pound, Drink Schlltz bottlo beerj It It tho beat nud costs you no moro than cheaper beer. WAN'xmii Sowing to dtMiy tho day or other family work; ciKitilre at this olllco. Wantho: Homo ono to do family washing; ouijulro attthi&olnco, I'endtoton & Jump havo fluo" livery rigs, hay and grain ut lowest rutes for cash. (leo. Lucas wilt do all kinds of dray Ing and hnullng promptly. Schlltz Browing Uo. helps your town by Investing money here. Why not help thorn by drinking tholr beer. SchllL Is always tho best. Arthur O'QuInn wholesales hop ate, a pleasant temperance drink; sold In all first-class temperance sa!6ont. Butler can now do yodPplloto work cheap, Fdra cool pleasant resort go to 'tho Central. Schlltz Brewing Co. is tho only brew ory that owns a dollar's worth of real estato lu tho i'ecos Vulluy. Why pat ronlro other browcrs? Schlltz boor Is the best. Seo that you get Schlltz. It costs no moro than cheaper tfeer. Sheep For Sale. Sixty head of lino sheep at two dol lars each. Buqulro for terms, etc, at this olllco. A Snap. Ten acres with wator right, house. bearing orohanl, stable, feneee, lots, etc. housoooit f 1,000; land and ctlur Improvements 81,000; total 82,000; 8800 takes lt;oall or address'thls paper. Rellt's Stock Pasture. Native grass and good water; 81.00 a month; Z miles S. W. ot Bddy. BIAl ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Farms and Stock Ranches for Sale. Houses to llent, Collections .Mado. W, C, REIf F, CtirfrVpbndenee Bh'oJt?il.