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In Cowboys aro very nuroorom In town thli week. L. V. Holt spent sovernl days town tlila weelc. ' ' " ' E.O.Queonof the Ouadalupos was In town this week. Effle Moore has boon ill tbo past week with nuralgla:' lladdix make's the old look young and tlio homely pretty". ' DonNi To Mr. oral Mrs. J.,M. Kail of Mack river, Sunday a girl. Jimmlo Cameron has about recover ed from his recent Illness. ' Mrs! J, F. Itarloy.hiu been listed among tho sick Ufo past Week. 11. A. Nymoyor is oxpoctod homo to morrow or Monday on a visit. Thn Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Angell died Friday morning, ngod two weeks. Miss Sarah Douthltt had iiBiirglonl operation pruformed Tuesday by Drs. Whlchcr and Moohlau." Mr. niid Mrs. Tom" Cowdott rololco over tho arrival of u now boy, who put Inanuppcarance Monday. Tho Wqnwns guild will hold a re coptlon at hotoi Sehlllz, Monday oven Ing, May 22, 1809, from 8 to 10 p. m. nr. Vliloharrenort8tho arrlvul of a mlw'baby nt tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. KIndull Thursday evening, llco 11. Woodoll returned Thursday from hU trip to Kngland looking wei and hoalthy aftor his Ion? voyage. Mrs. Jas. Uonry and thrco chldron nro undor trcatmlnt of Dr. Whlchor for that popular complaint, tho meant les. McLonathen & Traey sold to J. M Pardtio tho lot just south ot 11. T. Kit lough's, Tuesday. Consideration private. Dr. Whlchor wont down to Florence ogam tills week to seo Dick Dearstoy'e babv. which IS elcS" tilth brouchlal pneumonia. fllliA llnn.iaalvftriln linhil nt AtflinO uordo burned Tuesday, besides soveral emallor buildings. Guests In tho hotel lost boavlly. Tho ice croam social given on the court house lawn Thursduy ovcnlng by tho Knworth Lcoauo drow a largo crowd and netted over 830. F. a. llrown, a printer, and Lit Uodfroy, a blacksmith, arrived this week from San Sabu, Tex, by hack and will remain In Eddy for ,ff umo. Moll Stamp, tbo flftoen year old boh of Mrs. Anulo stamp,' died of spinal rotpongltls Wednesday and was burled Thursday In, tho Eddy, centaury. Mr. and, Mrs. 0. .1. Dunn woro ' : north bound from .X'ecos to It&swcll ''J!!-' 1. I.J II. T . . I... contly engaged In tho drug business, I, W. Itogors, receiver, sold to S. Sitting tho building at i lot In which J. S.Crozlcr now conducts n second hand store. Consideration 8350.00. Otis Goodwin nrrlvod Wednesday from (Jrandberry, Texas, with his wlfo and baby and has accepted a position in tho barber shop with W. L. Hughes, Mo Lonalhen & Tracy this week sold to Q. II McUlunls of Dallas, 80 ucres of fl alfalfa land near tho xracy piac of town. Sam Morrell, one of thu horso thieves . captured by Shorllt Stewart and posso, gavo bond Monday In tho sum of 87C0, with 8. T. Hitting and C. 11. McLoim- thon tiurltles, Frank llurileld purchased Tuesday through McLonathou fc Tracy agents tbo lot Just south of Carlo's bakery und noith of tho now building on tho cor nor near tbo fountain. I. C. Sanohoz returned homo tho first of the week from a trip to tho moun tain country, whero ho went to look uftcr his gud,,mluo nud do some In euruuee along tho line. Sheriffs. M. Saddler, of Uatoivile, Texas, was hero Thursduy to identify tho.man Smith who was run In last week by Hurkey und Ulurk on suspl clou. Smith was not the man wanted .thought turned ouUhutlusnaino was King Instead of Smith. On Sunday next, Whilstm-Day approprluto sorvlues..wlll be held In G'raca. church. At the morning service at 11 o'flluck the hply communion will be oelebriiUd. The Jtev. J. S. Mat thews will olllolatH ut both setvlcw Subject for thu morning, "Hlljab on Mount Gunnel," and for thu evening! "The girt of the Holy Ohost." Mr. and Mr (Jeo. II. Webster urnv d from Ohioago Wednesday evening to visit their son, Ueo. II Webster, Jr., who Is engaged in farming operations quite heavily In the vicinity erfyldy Mr. Webster is one of Oliloagu.'s ojdost residents und a uutlvo. of, Illinois, hay ing been born in Sprlnglleld lit 18119. II r und Mrs. Webster will Jeavo for home tunmorrow. DoitNitoDr. nud Mrs. J. W. Kln Inger on lust Saturday, a girl. Moth ,er and . child doing nicely. -Itoswell Itecortl. Judge A. A. Freeman of lidd . wi I .dellrur .the 10 jitceuceineat nuure attheMilJUry injtitutotn weunu wiini rtSAt n nbnnfeltY. Three trains of 47 cars woro billed ,n. . nniA Atvia outof Eddy Monday and thrco -trains Two Doy. ;d d the Job In (laid Stylo of 4g Mri aod froOT Jno. T. Shy & Forrest, Moororoft Wyo. Itut are now Sorry. Excitement run high In town Thurs day morning when It was roportod that d bold gang of robbers had been oper ating In Eddy the night beforo, Hint Caslgoll Ilros store, l'coos vnney Hotel nnd Murray Si Cook's rurniiuro store had beonbrokvn into and robbed' whho Lowenbruok its Stonu wore out a delivery wagon harness and horso. The trail was tound und soon Sheriff stow- art and constnblo Clark, wcro In pur suit , While some people fully expect ed the oDlcers to bo wayluld and killed and that tho Muck Jack gang would rush In rob tho town, liberate Nito from the loll and make good their es- oopc. Jiowoverf win. .joucs arriveu m town and reported having met tho out lit which oonsisted of two buys, nnd excitement bogun to utmte. About one o'clock the unlearn oomu In with the bold outlaws, whom thoy hud cap tured while thoy weru caiaped Just nbovo Doud Muii's drawrou'1loakey Arroyo, and thoy proved to bo none other thun Leo Phillip nud Floyil lltikor, both boys of Ium than lUtcon yours of tigo. Thoy woro promptly locked up und will bo given a sovore lesson, while thu missing articles wero restored to their owners us tar us pos Bible. ' Oaslglll Jlros recovered neatly every thing stolen from thorn, which consist- oil uf mmtlv. tobuooo. ilmir. eaniiwl goods, chewing gum, banunas, etc Murray & Cook two Bhot gnus, ono rillo, three pistols, 10 boxes of shot gun shells and eight boxes of pistol cur trldgea wero recovered, us woll ns Low enbruck & Stono'a horso delivery wag on nnu burnous. Tho boys did not huvo any inonoy on thorn, so It appears that H. C. Shlnor, of tho l'ecos Vulloy Hotel, was tho victim of somo other gaug. Mr. sinner wob sleeping in mo hotel onico with two other men. nnd son.o ono took his pants out from undor tho cot, relieved them of 8140.00 in money, n gohfwntch and chain und deposited them In thu alloy In the rear of tho hotel, No clow bus beon ob tained as to who did this part of the Job. twoand half miles south to Clay Wednesday Bicycle Jlros shlppemu cars In three trains to Whitowood, S. D. Thursday 0 W. Campbell shipped ono train of 15 oars toK.C Live S'ook Commission Co. Heeler, Kuns. .1. T Shy tilio shipped n train of 10 cars to Whitowood, S. D.j W. 1). Johnson shipped n train of 17 cars to IJurni, Knns, Stookmon have been busy the past week delivering tho oatttn, which consists of one, two and threo year old steorn and bring 815 SO, JlO&O .nnd 8811.00. Thn total number nf onttlo billed out of Eddy from Monday to Thursday night was about 7,600 bend, about half being loaded nt llitkovlew and buluueo at tho new stock pens vouth of town. Vosterday nnd to-diiy the shlpinonu oontlnuc, Mrs. (loo. Lucas Is again dangerously III. BLrtCKMOtf'S BLAOKMORE'S Resolution. WOMAN8' HOUlt MlSHIONAKY SOOIKTV EDDY, NltW MKXICO. Mlnuto adopted nnd ordered to to wordod May 10th, 1800. Mrs. Nannie Itobb, corresponding secretary of this society, died at her home In Eddy on tho 8th day of May, 1BW. In thUB noting tho death of our Bis ter we put on record her faithful die charge of all oillclal duties, und her vital interest In every dotull of our Boclety work. " r Sho possessed dauulleec oourngo and perseverance nnd wo may say wuh a constant attendant at our meetings, and It will bo with a sonso of added obligation, that wo contlnuo our work unaided by her practical expression und sustulniug prosencu. Tho community Iiub been deprived of u trusted citizen! her homo of n de voted mother. Ours Is a common loss, und may wo mako our regret und kind ly Interest felt, by unselfish counsel and timely sympathy whore It Is most needed. May tho womanly qunlltios, tireless ambition and zeal for every good cause so remarkable In Sister Itobb, furnish us an example for imitation so that when our nerveless fingers shall loosen their hold upon tho things of this llfo wo muy.llko her, deservo thu plaudit: "Servant of God, well done.' It Is further ordered that a oon'y of this mlnuto be wnt tho beroavod con nnd to tho city papers for publication. I.i;.T. Smith, Committee, Tho Alamogordo correspondent of tho El J'aso lloruld has tho following to say of the mining Industry nlong the route to Wh to Oaks: ItiMinrU from Itlnooiiadu ounon. notir Tulurnsu continue very favorable uijd. itivimil mirtlrfl left A liiiuuiforUoSilIlUuy morning to prospect there. All the showing obtained in thodtwen or more prospect opened ure very gimd. II. A. Nymeyer cmue in from Salinas 1'uuk. In tho Sun Andreus ruiuru. a few davs U(o and has Junt started back to his mine. Ho ownB the Frog mine und has n line ciier property. Thero are several car louds ot uru on the dump running CO per cent. Ho Ih working on u two toot ptirpendloiiiar vein in u blue nnd gray urunlto contact, und is down CO Teot Work Is carried on con tinually, so us to huvo on hand a large quantity of ore roady lor shipment when tho railway roaches Three illv- Jors, 10 miles distant, Tho John Murdock prospect, a now discovery. In facts tho surfuco prospect, runs 821.75 In gold per ton. Thu show IngH ure very favorable and tho pros nucl Is btilnir worked for all It is worth it Is located in close proximity to tho Sulluas 1'eak. Within the pint three or four weeks some 'JO new prospects huvo been opened up und all of them show high aBsayB In gold und copper. A. M. Crozler ronorts irood mtiltn from his Copper King initio in Cabul lero ounyoii, seven miles Hunt of Ala motrordo. Hols now loading n car with rloh copper oro for the HI 1'aso smelters. The assays run from 23 to 03 per cent with 10 to 11 ounces ot vliver to thu ton. Ho has u CO foot tunnel on a four-foot vein. About two oar louds of oro aro ready for shipment, und aro ueing orougui to iowii on uurrov. Work on thu other claims and pros pects tu this locality Is being pushed rupldly. W; A. Kerr'a Jlprro claim has i)no copper ore In night, which tinsuytf 21 per cunt copper. Ills situated in Cab. ulloro cumin about ulx miles from Alu muirordo. Tho 1'rlco and Jack Tucker nrnsnopiH on Drv cunou about six mileff from Alamogordo have some very goodj b how nus. in too TiicKor ciuim mo copper runs 4 per cent. In the yarn, or und McKlnlov claim 23 per cent copper Is given. Mrs. Stcvcson' Pica. London. May 2. Robert LoiiIb Stov onsou'H widow bus willten a letter to tho Wortmliiister (luzetto from Fun chttl, Medlera, on tho bombardment of thoSumnuu villages uy Jiruisn aim Ameriuun wurshipH. Mrs, Stevenson says: "President MoKlnloy allowed no fir lug on Cuduti towns iiuIomh they gavo uctlvo oaiiRu of olfonsu, and Commo doro Watson wus ordered not to at tuok uudufend SnuniHh cltiwt Does the president keep his humanity for for elvtlixed countries alone V Mrs. Stevenson declurcd that the Sumoin vllluuus aro inhabited by iioii-coiubut- ants. w ho huvo to conse between the shells of the warships und ' taking to tho bush." Under siicii conditions, she says, (lillrMto womon can hurdlv oxist. while children dlo like Hies ''Who Is to bo held uccouutnblo for these deeds thutdlsgraco both Hngluud anu America t I'ondieton & Jump huvo lino livery rigs, huy and grain ut lowest rates fur ouhIi. I jqpiSiUYAiiiB, GLASSWiUlIfl, f SODA WATER, ' TOBACCO, I j ' " PAINTS, ( OILS, ( BRUSHES.. S 1 F. ILACKMORE. 2 Doors south of Hotel. HOTEL SGHLITZ, nto an n ttrdy jim prtjdllt' i$cA .Jdurorfo cdrirHAL MimioDiHT Sunday Sonoor., Eddy, Nhw iluxico. Wnimias. It has pleased our Heavenly Father to cull to his reward our uoloved und veteran Sunduy school worker, Mrs. Nuunlo Itobb; bo it, ItitMouvni), Tlmt wo, thu Eddy M. K. S. S., huve lost u true friend nud a faithful, earnest wqrker, and that wo sincerely uiou.ru her low. lie It further JticsoLVKD; Thut we extend to the .bureuved sou and other relatives our .heartfelt Bympulhy thut a copy of those resolutions ho spread upon the reoords of the school, u oopy be sent to tho rouitlves uud thut tliey be publish ed lu the newspapers of llw town. JaivritiNK Kmuwlkn, WlkMB CADWKLl li. a. DitAi'iiu, Mattik Ujooins, ClIAS. II. DUAI'KIl, D. S1IIK1.1M, UMOI1UU Waiid, Committee. . U. IiMu will set your tires und tako wood fpr pay ut inutket vtluu. U. A. Dutiiir. oounty treasurer at llarttuw, 'i'oxoJms disuppeared with f 3,buu oounvy uimipy. NrtW Is the tlum to huve bubltw pic tures taken. J . S. Crosier has lilted up his ma shin sliep ami lita uxMrt gun smith ad muahlHisJ, II. K. Iluto ki prepurod at ail Uium t3 turn autwerk mukltig the old titw. llnddlx. tliw ptmtagmnhtr. will be Lhjsjioiily u short time. Jtlltli.l.il.,UtH. Typ Ok wi: iiavi: nncitiviiu a mm Faces UMiiiuoiNn fir Improved ... Type UK Jftb Printing a 3 The Current, Hddy, New Mexico. EDDY, N. M. D. W. (lliUHART, Manager. HILLSIDE DAIRY FARM. ' F. E. UltVANT, Proprietor. Freeh Milk, Groom and Butter Delivered to All Parts of tho City. Special Cows for Invalids and Children. COWS FIIOM OUit IIHUISTEIIKI) II Kit 1) OF JEIISKY CATTLE FOE SALK AT ALL TIM Its. s. T. BITTING, BANKER. Windsor, Eddy, N. WI, !J Honrs llel'ow Hotel o A general banking bu siness done. n HxahnnKB turn i imI toeut- a 1 tomer. free ot.elmrKe, A 4 2 Arthur R. O'Quinu DBALBU IN ICB AND ...OF B66R Agaiit lor floiil lli nna Anhcuier-IiUMU llrevrins sonuu Uil ul S. T. BITTING, Department Store . EDDY, NEW MEXICO. Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents Furnishings, Sheas, HTuts, Notions, Stationery, Hardware, . tuponsware, 'House Furnishings, Oloolcs, Cutlory, Guns, AtnntiitiitSnh Sporting Goods. SatldToi'y, biulillory Hardware, Harness, "Wagon Timber, Buggies, Wagon Covers, Tarpaulins, Tents, Jite. i Stock id Lowest Prices in tin Oily. NEW SODA FOUNTAIN A k the bost cone. Sirups nnd crushed I-riills nre lM jnnpt Co. dntw their lino godu from. W will still keup tip our past record und serve only the best. Cold as Ice! Eddy Drug Co. JIM Ntm IDUNTIPIUP. . lie is tho Mnn Who Shot tho Cashier At Lonevlew. Sherlft Iloblnson. or Tylor, Tcxos, - ,s I... fsillv wns In town weunwuoy Idcntmcd Tom Thomns, tho horse thlof onptnrcd by Sheriff Htownrt nr.d posso. ns the nntorlousyim Nllo of tho Dalton gnng Who Ur6K0 jau ni Texos, ubout slit months ngo nnd who wns under ft nlnoty.nlnoyear sontonco. Sheriff Iloblnson says tho reward for Nlto's nrrest Is somethlnR mko bj.dw und nd vised that the posse collect same beforo turning tho prisoner over to tho sheriff of Longvjew, Texas, ns uini in dividual hod on n previous occasion choatcd n nosso otit of a similar amount on tho nrrest of N'llo. The ooojo In which N'lte was confined at tho tlmo ho modo his escapo from the Tyler Jull cost 89.000. yet ho out his wny out ns though It wero wood, and tho sheriff soys ho will hiivo to no watched vory olosoly'or ho f will mako his osenpe from tho Eddy Jail. Nlto had sorvod two yonrs in tlio pon nnu while there ho had a sooro of lino saws nindo with tho old. of. which ho effected his osoope from tho Tyler Jail. Sheriff Hoblnson's mission licro wns simply to Identify N'lte, which Is now boyond qtioBtlon. From here Sheriff Iloblnson went 'to .Inrllln, wnore no hopos to got somo trnco of Itho, man who was urrestcd thoro on suspicion at the tlmo tlio! horso thloves wcro broiighf,Uixoujli thore.astho Is very muchly wanted in Texas. Lcc Would not talk. Oliver Leo nnd Jnmes Ulllandwere tnlton buck to Socorro county Jail by Doputy Cock Friday morning. In minvttminir about tho famous oaso In which ho is n prominent tlguro Leo doollned to soy much. Ills ion- gusKOon that subject wasguoroou and brlof. "Vhere;dld you spend your umo diirlnir the' time you wero suppesod to bo n fugltlvo?" asked n roporler. "I wouldn't llko to. say repuoa That' n matlor that ought not to bo mado public" "Do you expect to come our an num. nt Hillsboro when'L Ihe trial coraos olf?" . . "I haven't the least uneasiness nuoui taut on earth. It l doubtful u mo territory will oven permit ft trial. Our case Is likely too mo woy ui m What Is nil this talk uUouiuio unu Ing of n boy's Ueloton nnd thut lho nrosooutlon litis Colonel Fountain's skeleton rendy to produce ns evidence ugalnst you nt tho proper moment r "Thero is nothing In It that I know of. Fotintulii urn) 'bo dead bt wo lo not have to provo that Jie Is nllve to Tlio prosecution limit pro-, o that ho Is dead nnd that wo killed him nnd! that cannot bo proved. It will bo uttoriy Itnpossium mr vmj to secure nonvictlou In rnm.r.l In tllH Ijlllllll' of DOpllty Shorllf Keornoy last year, Leo said ho and his companions wero aurrquuuci. by Garrett's posso while they wore nslooponfl doorstop. Tliey woro.a-. tonipUnglo murder us, wo oponeu wrc, Md Lee.-Sllver ulty ltjdepiident. &iy, you ought to have n dotet: those ilim Ilutuum l)it.is. Fun S.w.k Cur.An-A fine rancc, two bclli'l, No. fl nmk novo mill iiavernl other rtrtlales. Will bo sold at nsaorlllce. Call nt this olllec. a oo. Lucas will dp all kinds of dray ing and hauling promptly: Peaches for Canning. People desiring peaches for canning nnd prosorvln.k;'ftro advised to leave orders nt TrnoJA. McHwun's nt once, for tho ourly crop will bo the only plentiful quo. Price :i.OU per 100 pounds ut til Tracy orchard, and 83.50 delivered lu Hddy. 'n'ylSit Rcli'iV Stock Pasture, Xuth'u gross and good wuleri SI W u nlthi U, miles f, W. of IMdy. Lumber Yard, A. X. l'llATT, Prop'r. Lumber, LntlL Sniiigloi, Boors, Piakafe, Sap i, JStx. (D, J'riioMBl. U M. Oelller. Thomas & Oollier, Contractors and Builders. coo ..UliilV. S0w tnx angell & mobiles OitjT Livery Stables. Nobby Rigs on Short Notice Pat Murray, HARNESS, SADDLES. BUQQIES. I ilul.uln .nv in H111 ntwinlMnf I'd il V that I have iiiuvfd my stock of llur nes. aouiiies, uiigeiwi, r.io., irum ia land and have opened up In Hddy next door to the K. K rjvstnurant. Mv stock Isoomtileteland consists of tho futost snd best gimos to ha found and I invito the public to oall on me when In need of anything in this hue Reoalr Work Done Promptly. " JJAT .JMCnitRAX.