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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 16 September 1899

PHILIPPINE NEWS. An Early Movement on the Insurgent! Is Expected. ARMY MAY LAND AT ilNOAYEN. ty October I Ota. Otis Will Have aa Army of 31,000 Effective rigMIng Mea Ti Taib the Campaign, Washington, Sept ,8-The nctlvltr of (ht war department officials and tbo cloio figuring that la being dono re garding tho available forco In tho Phil ippines Indicate an early roovement It lias been known that a forward movement was contemplated in No vember, but thero nro now Indications that tho campnlcn may begin at least a month oarllor It thero ahould bo fa vorable weather conditions, Dy Oet. 1 Oen. Otis will havo nn array of 31,000 oCcctivo fighting men. It Is bellovcd by somo offlclals of tho army that such a forco ought to begin nn notlvo cam pnlgn without delay, unless tho weath er conditions nro such as to absolutely provent. With tho nrrlval at Manila of tho other troops now being raised, It Is suggostcd that thero may bo form ed another corps for tho purposo of pursuing tho Filipinos In...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 16 September 1899

totolmD Current. IT, It. MULLANlTrakUitier. GAIILSHAI), If, M 1 " -f EVENTS OF tiVtUIYWHUHfc. Tho public school of Durant I. T., opened with n total attendance ot MO. John Y. MoKnne died at Ills homo ot Coney Island, N. Y. Tho training ship Mnnongnhola ar rlrcd nt Capo Henrr. Va.. safely. Illshop Pierce, nrst Hplscopal bishop of Arkansas, died at Faycttcvllle, Ark. The Garden City hotel at (lardon City. N. Y., burned. All the guests -s-raped. Hngleweod, 8. D., anme near being destroyed by forest firm a few days ago. Alfred Wilson Is under arrest nt Arapahoe, Ok., charged with highway robbery. Tho tug lied Cloud was wroeked off Cedar Point, 0., and It was thought lhreo Urea were lost. A severe ryelane did much damage to chipping and prepeity at PonU Del Eftda, Azore Islands. Fire at Peennnlng village, Mich., do irtroyod thirty-eight frame buildings. Loss o 1 1 mated at $76,000. Tho Dawes commission has nrrlvod at South MeAlestor, I. T., and coin menred onrolllnR Choctaw citizens. tJo...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 16 September 1899

i s t "ft A firmly Ttrrfcnnrr. "My frlond.B said the trnvdcr to the provincial, "do you know this oounlry woiJ?" "I reckon io.H "! It far to tho nwtt townt" "Iteskon It Is." "About thre mllos?" "Iteckou so." "Well, nm I on tho right road!" "Iteokon rou nro." "Tell mo," inlit tho traroler, "have you nny other business beside reckon leg)" "1 rookon I baa," waa tho flnnl re ply. The largest Ilratlllnn enffo crop dur log tho empire was 6,785,000 bags. Aurdntrn Alinut llir Utitrnulli. Tho new Cxarawltz, Mlebiel Alex ondrovltch, li n. man ot considerable character. When quite a tiny child ho found grout amusement In opening tho door of his nuriery and pooping out to any, "How do you do. soldier?" to tho sen try on guard, thereby causing un bounded dollgrO to tho latter. He was a beautiful child, and when out driving with his little sister, tho grand duchess, Olgn, ho would stand up In tho cnrrlago and blow kisses right and left to tho crowd, who wero dollghtod with his freedom from shy ne...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 16 September 1899

4"4-7r-M''H'H' PHANTOM SHIP OR 1 w The Plying Dutchman. v C( cAfTACi MARRYAT. (MIAPTrH XXIV. (Cootlnoed.) The moraine dawned with a smooth a ami bright blue iky: the raft liart tHH-n borne to leeward of lb clus ter of uninhabited Uland of whlih we epos, and wna now without bones of reaching thrm, but to the writ ward were to I omi on th horlttm ihn r fr acted bead ami 1 -'inka of nvtum.t trees, anil In that dlrettlon It win re solved that tbey should tow the nift. Tho breakfast hnd bw served out. nnl tho men had taken to ti ojra. when they dlwovrrol a proa full of mm aweeplnc after them from one of th lelanda to windward. That It was r pirate vessel thrro could bi no doubt: tint Philip and Ivrnntz considered th.it their forr w,n mora than sufficient to repel them, aliiiuld an attack bo made Thm wna olntrd out to them; nrmu were distributed to ull In the boat, na "wrii .11 to those on the raft : nnd that the namati mlfht not ha fatigued, they wire ordered to lla on Uttlr oars, and nw...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 16 September 1899

n LOCAL . itor. UnminonenvftlU up tb IlbsxVfell rftJlils morning. J. D. Lea passed1 ttirouRh Saturday fln-touto to Kl l'ttW. IJorn, Tuesday, SOpX 12, to Mr. nnd Mm. J no. h, Roll1,- daughter. Mr. Camp, of tMd (Inn of Conway & Camp, visited Pecos, Wednesday night. MVS. T. A. Exoll has boon danger odsly ill tho fait weok with slow foyer. Mrs. M. 0. Btownrt Is visiting In llopo for a couplo of weeks with re latives, J.r.lllnklc, managor of tho OA 6r Fenasoo Cattle Co., was In town'tho past wook n fow days, Misses Tona Nymoyor and Kdna Harbor loft yesterday for Weatherford, 'kexse, to enter college. Mr, and Mrs. Ceo. Andorson's thir teen year old daughter has boon III tho f tfast week with tonsllotas. Itor. Jno.L. Koll. who has boon horo for o couplo of wooks loft for his new appointment In Kanssos, Thursday. Joseph Olcason, a lato voluntcor for Hid Philippines who caroo hero a week or ten duys ago, Is vory sick at the hos pital with peritonitis. Mrs. 0. Jb. Thomason'a houso at To d...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 16 September 1899

WOMAysjyoKLD. A bwautipdlamsrican woman who HAt OAPTtVATBO LONDON. .lory of I'mnltlln'. tVotoeH Polbs. Hat nhtt tllovr. ) AliodilHlo of llrlglnul KKir Uniiimi-lln Won't Do ohhiii tvnero iim .vim Wont, All Uw IxMMlon smart Hit are ruptur m hi cmvorsauon about IMIlh Jen ', tho American beauty. At mwy gathering of the metal elect her jj....r,w ,, unrinHi Mrs aaraimigty nruMtl. 'JTi li not a duewtitlug The nun herself started tho vogue iv ivhiumuhi; on ute Amerfmu oirl'a tiw" umnmy. Tk tHlk nf tlin .1 - -" i wiwb nun tfRMf) bom imrtliHi vm rvticwtwl tkViwtM Itt T. V, O'Onntior twlety j-"ir.i. rfiHHiij- Auaiii reopie. roceutly v. wm j.iurn jrimixwt. "Mlw TMitli JttiMintr is n brllllnnt brtfiMtt, dlvii.ely mil, iwh niAtnitictut nyw, MtKl hor clic It Ilk n pgh tlmt ImH ripvittd u.i lu routheni wall." MIm Jennln,s wai runout; tho party of American presented to the queen nt lior drawing twini of n few ww!ih ngo. On tlint occasion tlio queen, nn ii rpettal oami'llmuitt to the United Htntos, p...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 23 September 1899

CARLSBAD CURRENT. VOL. VII. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, SKPTKMHElt 2J, J8BD. NO. 4. CARLSBAD SALOON eWP LIQUORS, J CldARS, S CASE aOODS. ) CANTIIDXL, Proprietor. Lumber A. N. Pit ATT, PropV. Lunil)0rf Lath, Shingles, jjooi'8, Monldin Piekots. ' Sash, Etc. ftttCfrtt 3 M- j VI Otf AND Ancn OCT. 10 THE QREAT T. d P. "Sim Lisas: I FINEST TRAINS IN THE 3 WORLD ALSO TO 3 i Ul 1 Louis tf Chicago 8 VIA TEXAS & PACIFIC It' Y, g Taroush Skllfti u4 Jt Worth. it THE FASTBSTTiuB EYEfl MADE. 3 A Pnlaco on Whoclo. I WILL RUM BBMI-WriEKLY g BACH WAY TO XOS ANGELES I 01 SAN FRANCISCO, I St. MORI Ijr (urthir W Fsrtivulars C P. TURNER, C. P. & T. A., . DALUU Bl Paso & No ii. El Paso & Northeastern llfey. LouvcBAIntnognrdn !l:i!0 p. in, Arrlviw Hi Paso 7:15 p. in. J.envos HI Paso IU:I u tit. ArrlvoB Aluittugunlo 2:iO p. nt. Milking ooimeoilon at lit Pap fur tliu oast, wost uud nil points In Mexico. Commoting nt Alumogurilii with Ut Bingo llnu for tliu White Oaks Country. While Oiks,...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 23 September 1899

ths cimresKT. VM. II. M U I, LAN n Offlolal- Paper ot Eddy Comity, I'ubHckMl orory MtMnlur st Cartebad, N. M , ami entere MM etim mmi matter. MtTHMT Hki M IB0B. SCHaOtllfiUN KATBh. W K KK UY Mil per na.kio IM. HT Mill Ml StONMe llatt. TJi condition ot Me lirldKM neeroM iliUmes betwwn tfcvvu mill Malawi m Uhborliood l Manx and dlstfrniHi t tliwouufyv MytBliiilii lirldBH in Mifi-iy MuMtilo Imtwwii Carlsbad mill riiniif. Th rainy umimii If thorn U to Ih any, isettnlriK soon ui wnll us th season of hmvy hauling usli ai nli.ilfi, Iwii, Kyp corn a nil proditoo of nil kind. While Km mtinty lias iiM.ii to mm! down to Dallas to got n nun on hii old worn outuwuiilt oaio It would stem a little mltflit he spurud t ' repair thti bridges. The United tnlpft Inf i tbikk! whim our people wrr led to baltevu that Spain wh klllltiK the Cubans and Kill ptrioH, hut how nlMiiit tlio horrlhlu tob bery about to bo wrrt-lrutwl by Un it nud oit the Hoars or South Afritm Th following explains th situation quit...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 23 September 1899

TRUST CONFERENCE Thousands Attended tbo Meeting at Chicago. COL WILLIAM J. BRYAN AND Wi Burk Cochran Make Speechei-Tha Noted Ntbuikan Wii Received nil Tumultuoui Afptauie. Chicago, Sept. 18. Tho conterenco on (lie uses r.nd abuses of truaU closed ltn Rcwlon lioro Saturday lu a blaio of oratory In which Col. W. J. llrynn and W. llourko Coohran vroro tho oentr&l flcurcs. Mr. Cochran followed tho noted Nobraakon, hut disclaimed any Intention of debating tho oouelualons of bla Immcdlato predecessor and de claring hlu complete concurrence In much that Mr. Urynn bud wild. Tho weatcner lind dollverod tho speech of tho day during the forenoon amid fro quont Interruptions of tumultuotiM np plniuo. Mr. Poulko of Indiana, com menting on tho speech, mado asser tions whloh Mr. Urynn decided further to dlseuss. Ho wns requested to tnho tho otngo nnd compiled for the second tlnio, facing n wildly onlhualaNtlo boutc. At tho coucliwlon Mr. Cockran np ponrod and observed, "Just a fow words." Tho ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 23 September 1899

(Earlsbab Current. CAIILBHAI), N. M KVRNTS Of HVUrtYWHUrtE. Aifdmore, I. T had n MM 1 1 eelton Arc One new case of the bubonic plagUa nan Iwen reported at Oporto. Cotton l being hunted te the south prn seaports In goodly iiunhUUM. Chief Jnatlce Charles II. ltobru died at liln home at Westminster. MO. Admiral Sampson It to be placed In command nf tbe Itoaton navy yard. A wrloua Are broke mit In Uorbey, Frame, doing considerable damage. Joseph Carter wna tailed at Outhrle. O t l, .rsjtd with murder committed In 191 The trouble between the OritHn and pMi.,i rartl'iHR in Kentucky bat brok en it attain A commercial club, numbering cichty mcmli r:. ban brn organised at Ardmore. I. T. At Tyty. Worth county. Georgia, Mm. J H Jolnmon. th wife or a farm rr. wan assaulted by two negroes. The directors of the Manhattan Hall way company of New York have de clarwl n quarterly dividend of I per ITIlt. Lookout Ponl anl Coke company, at Chattanooga. Tenn., latently organised by local cH)!tnllaUi. wi...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 23 September 1899

1 Tho Dewey nrch In New Tork If i'kitiiir ono or inn most deitrtictlTO Wiwsomont of the wnr. A fourth WHUilpr tins lf-6n stricken down Hen. r lJalror. who wns modeling the me Ualllort of Cnptnln Uwrcnon ot the OliowMieflko, Ho hnn climbed the slulrs to n NUtlun nf the Rlevnted rail wny, ThttrMluy rnornlriR. whr-n he fell with n stmko of iwrulysla. Ho will not llo, howoter. Poonle apond n terrible tot of time In enttlnf! mud. nnd the feeling sorry for I It pnoartEsbT" With tlrao, cornea progress and ad vancmcnt In all tines or successfully cndmtcd enterprises. Success cornea to those only who have goodi with superior morlt nnd a reputation. In the manufacture ot laundry ataroh for the Inst quarter ol a century J. C. Illlblncor has been the peer of all others and today l placing on the market the finest laundry atarch ercr offered the public under our new and original method. Aak your grocer for a coupon book which will enable you to got the first two largo 10 cent packages of his new...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 23 September 1899

PHANTOM SHIP -OK- The Plying Dutchman. m iy CAfTAtN MAWAT. t'IIAI'1 KK XXV.--(Continued.) ( the raft, or (hut her Ixxly wns lying on AHH.hibIi Philip had wM Itttl ta , Ftin(i. n alncs the MMnitlon from i mine. It wm very evident to hlw and in Krantz i but all tlio pilut'M former litter feeling had teturned. Ills , .tm. hip, hi arcani. hid "He' h!" win' IrnrMUBl, utifl eye li- tun lt loiisly directed lo t'hlltp M It wu when they flint met It wm evl rimt that Amltn- alone had fur the tinn ronnuerrd IiIh deposition, and luif with her llnptranc- hud van-:-ti"1 nil the good-will of Bchrlften to ward her husband. For thlx Philip . fin l 1 1 1 1 ! ; he had a much more cri i weight nil hi heurt Hip I""" of liN dar Atnlne; nml he Ml f kle .in.) indifferent comcrnlng nti ihlnn tee 1 he breese now freshened, ami thoy xi k-.i that In two hour they would r'M) nil the beach, hut they were iIIh n ii' i hi it, tin- step of the muni i vf wuv frmn til force of the wind, ami th null fell upon the raft...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 23 September 1899

a LOCAL , Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hipp have a new ' girl at their lioniu, ' Angoll & MolUlcs will dlstnlvo Hid , pnrtntiratilp now oxlattntt Cot. 1. ! llobt. Kcllohln, or Hoswoll, tho In. snranco man, wns hero thin week. Will Nlsbctcaino down from Ilos VJJI, Hundny, on n courting trip. "J H. Toono of Otlwas mndo n cltl ,oh of tho United Strtc Thurodur. ,Mr. (Iro. Hilton took tho llniil step .which mndo him n citizen yesterday. i . uuu uoucrison, mo norso unit cnuio annn of. (ho plains was In town Sunday -Manual-Ward was thrown from hid horso 'Jjuoflday, sustaining u broken collar bono, Joe Jaffa, of Knswflll, was In town ejlnciiday and Thursday on In-ur- nnco.'.,u,,,ne"' clont Chave counly ,,,orlff' WM ,n lhe city Wednesday J. Jt. Hamilton i" Sl" Angolo, Tax. the lino bwota. man .'vub Interviewing Bliccp men week. Dii Mill, of Oolchcslcr, Ills., nn old acquaintance of T . J. Welch, wis n visitor In town this week. Murray & Cook will rnovo tholr fur nlturo Btoro oarly next wook to...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 23 September 1899

CANNIBALSJN CANADA. A Startling Condition of Affairs New Home. fitflltV IIASt.ll US AUTIIOIUTV. IttnH llniliiw SnvnfN IChtiwn na"W1il-dIu8-HralFe IB ItMt lliiniHii I'tealt Srm hike Til I Pi I In l,i'prnr nml Jlrniliiiea Unmet rullitlilr. Cannlballam In C'anaiU nch U tit FtftHlbut dleoer nmde through ihr or ryM f two Indian In I he N'ncthweat Ter rtorh'a on the rharse at murder. Whan file iiiiinli rrr wrrc armterf, they de Mured their lfi-n that they hat) they would prn-t hltn wn necesiary te keep up hi p!htt. When the raain of Indians wa reach ed, they bed iwi'n themmdre ready to revelv. Iho pohe In a ho'tile spirit, but the ramp v.n approadieu vnrf in the Morning, whi-n niost of them were asleep. "A demand wa made for all win. bad pa it Id pa ted in the murder, and, a iiual, n requeat wa made fnr a powwow, or talk, hut thl waa promptly reritpd, and a peremptory ilruuniil mnil- for the murderer on tin thrent tint otln-i-Mlao the whole band would suitor. Thin brought ont the rart I l...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 23 September 1899

i LIELYCONVENilON Held by the Democrats la State of Massachusetts. A TUMULTOUS TIME MLVAILS. .Chicago Nitfwm rologlied-Ttid PhMpptne rcihy cf the National Adatnlitro tlea Opesud. Boston, Mass., Sept. 23. The Dem ocratic State convention nominated tbo following ticket! Governor Robert Treat Payne, Jr., of Doston. Lleutenant-GovenorJohn II, Mnck. Attorney General John it. Morrison of Lowell. Secretary ot State Harry Lloyd of Boston, State Treasurer Joseph J. Flynn ot Lawrence. Auditor J. II. Rnmsdoll of Linn. Tha riotous scones and bitter fights between the two factions of the Demo erntio party of thta stalo which charac torlzod the nit night session in music ball here In 1800 and that at Worcester tho following year were renowed with great bitterness at tho annual conven tlon of tho atato Democracy In Me chanics' hnll yesterday. There was hardly n moment after tho speeches of the temporary and pormanent prosld Ins offlcors woro concluded when thero was Qiilst and harmony In any degre...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 23 September 1899

(CarUb.ab (Sumut. it. mullane, rutuiti-. CAIUHAD, - THEY HAVE YIELDED UVKNT8 OP BVIHYWIIRHU. Tho Indian Territory reielvod fine ralna, Mn. it v. imiir 8f OroenVllle, Tex., d'.ml al ArdimfB, I. T. Tim Peruvian Minuter to Chill, Dr. W. F. VMUde. ta toad. Demand (or staple gowda la ( up to tho aTerooa Id Haw York. Uuetntos wm tmdlr demoralised it Havana or tha etrlke. A iiMHtltr or arma have been nhl litil from New Orleans to Viiwitun. Newepaper IB Now York m gone up a quarter of a cettt Tlila moans t!0M a ilar now to the Now York publish er. Th war department Imi directed tha traaports "Iko and City of Kin to k tu I'orllaml. Ore., and Uka tha thirty liUli volunteers to Manila. Tlio health anttiorillaa at August, On., quarantined against all Infected cltlaa and against all iHilnts whara yel low fever la reported to exist The north Atlantic squadron, com prising the New York, Indiana, Maesa chiiHotta, llrooklyu und Toxaa, Iihm nr rived at New York from Philadelphia. A eerluue conflagrat...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 23 September 1899

HIIIIknIi InaTomb. At Allahabad li a magnificent matt oleum surmounted hj three marblo domti, wherein Johantfr. the ancient Korcrnor of the country, ana hi two lone alwp their last sleep, l'orypnm this tomb hnn been deserted and aban dond, but recently some IlnRllsh of ficers of the Allahabid garrison con ceived tho Idcn of turning it into n billiard saloon, nnd accnrdlnty had thn Interior decorntrd nnd lighted by elec tricity, nnd Installed n splendid billiard tabid. Soon tho remans of poor Jo nlmglr wilt tremble with fright nt tho joyoua ahouta of laimhter which ills turb their ropogo. Oonorn Ln Suisse. 'Mr. Ilooli-y" Crmtc.a (llrl. The nutbor of the fnmotta "Mr. noo ley," Flnloy P. Dunne, haa Joined tho literary force of Tho Indies Homo Journal, nnd will create tills fnll In that ntngazlno n new character. cn''i "Molly Donaliuo: who lives acrosa the street from An.nrrlnr lilt Own Qnrttlon. Itev. Cortland Myera haa Just pub lished, thntigh n New York firm, a lit tle book entitle'....

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 23 September 1899

V PHANTOM SHIP -orc- TIig Flying Dutchman. -IY CAJTAW MARXYAT. MMtl If H-K--M-4--M- -H ! H-- H--M-C Mil CHAPTW!tXXVII.ConllnHed. "Wo nro Hollanders," ropllod Philip. "A rflrt of tho ercw n( thb vmhI which wm wrcokcd?" inquired he. "YmI" "You hnve nothing In far; you are .enemies ts th PortUKUMo, nnd to nra we. Wo belong to tho Island of 1 or nate our king Is at war with tho Portuguese, who nr vlllMns. Where are your companions? on whleh Isl and?" "They are all dead," replied Philip. "May 1 nsk you whether you haTO fall en In with a woman who waa adrltt on ,n part of the rati by imrielf; or havo ytu hoard of her?" "Wo hare hoard that n woman waa picked up on the bench to tho south ward, and carried away by tho Tldore people to the Portuguese settlement on the supposition that Mho wni a Portu guese." "Then Ood be thanked, ho li saved." cried Philip. "Merciful Honvon! neoopt ray thanka. To Tldore you sold?" "Yes; we are at war with the Por tuguese, wo eannot tnko you there." "Not litit...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 7 October 1899

BltfOonnlj DxllO 1 ft CARLSBAD CURRENT. VOL. VII. CARLPBAD, NEVyr MEXICO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 181W). NO. CARLSBAD SALOON mem w ........ iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiintii'i,tiAwiiViiiiivtWK Live Temtoi4al News; 11 .1 '' ' i Ami WINilfi, dFS LIQUORS, $ ciciau, casb aooiis. ) DARPIULD it CANTfiflLL, FropffctWf. A Use Fr NwerinlnK. Lumber Ml A. N. lMlATTf l'rop'r. Lumbor, Lath, Shingles, Doors, Mouldings, Pickets, Sash, Etc. CfG-M jjj D2f AitD Airrsn oot. i THE GREAT T. & P. ;j "Sunset Limited; 1 one or Titn FINEST TRAINS III THE WORLD WIU. HUH BBMI-WBBKLY CAOH WAY TO LOS ANGELES & SAN FRANCISCO, ALSO TO St. Lotiio Chicago $ VIA ft TEXAS S PACIFIC R'Y. throuafe SaUaa 4 Vt, WoUi. thefastebttSe ever hade. A Palrtco on Vhoola. Bm DMre.t tt'l'.t iKnl (or farlhor par neater. C. P. TURfiER, O. P. & T. A., DALLAS. W Bl Paso & 1 111110. El Paso & Horthoaitern Railway. Loavoa AlainoKordo 3:90 p. m. Arrives ftl Paso 7:15 p. tu. Loavoe 151 Puso IUJWii in. Arrive A..tmotordo 2:18 p. in....

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 7 October 1899

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Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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