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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 25 November 1899

LOCAL . (Jpo. II. Welntar returned rrptti Ids -OlitoMo trip Monday. Mr. A . a Uootr.nnil (mnaiiier, nor-; moo, nra ojcpcctml homo today. W. K. Mol.ondon shipped n oar loud of horson f rout Uku Vluw to I.ouli Jnpa lout week. A.T. Nnult who for n time rim Uib tiitltttrtl liall rnturnod after a ytmr's Qbsoneo in California ami Old Moxloo. In consequence nf tho rnlu Saturday nltfht a washout ooenrred noar Arno, delaying tho train tliroo liuurt Sunday inorlilnir. Tho Jtv. J no. W. Croaks, or Donver, will prouoh In the Haptlst ohurnli on Sunday, Duo. 8, sorvloo nt 11 a, in. mid 7 p. in. Ail lire invited. Owing to tho mlny wenllior Sunday, tho unvellltijr or tht) monument or J II. Carpenter by tho Woodmen of Uio World was postponed until lurUier nntlco. ,1. A.FnllorortJioflrm or Hoee Fuller horso owners was In town Mon day Tho linn tiirntHl loot 1,000 head or liorsew on tin I'entiieo whloli they drove from Tuxae, Arthur MoKwrii, a brother of Wilt o.nd .lolm, urr.ved from Ooopctstown, N. Y....

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. — 25 November 1899

ft THE IWAYOFTIIE HKNDRlK HUDSON AT NKM KKA AVILC. OPTO. (Uwr'fbV WW. ! F. M. (fertile.) CHAPTKU IX. Tin AWAKKNISU Uf i'AVI. I'flaOnMLAfl. TVt amiry m ! courtyard kept to til t 4it4M tramping. Ill thought wore in the Ktianl.-ovlti at the far cor lift of (lxt huihJlHs, vrhore a lira mado lllit mwl warmth, lit shtreml In tho cold moonlight awl loHgml for tlio uppolnted end of bin rlKll, yot n two ,kwh hour away, lie envied furious ly his luiaradrs stwtchod fit length on the truckhi hedstaail among wnnn utyvta of straw. Mudilcniy out of tit ettiptluoiM of tlio barn behind bin mounded n clnltur mid tbe ring of Iron. He hUi)hh1. swung upon til heel ami looked norwM at tli" building mpliiKly. He awore with groat exasperation. "The ilorll tako nil rati," lie muttered, "nml burn all kit trim! Hilt 1 SUppOM 1 IHUSt VX amino." Hi- strode ncronn to tlio door, fum bling at his kef. lie leaiied IiIm rille nan Hut tli wall nuU Inserted the key In tho ruatjr wards. Hlowly lie pushed back tin- (mil...

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. — 2 December 1899

OARLSBAD CUR " 11 I , 11,1 - I , ' ! -r ! I RENT TOL, VIII. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, m NO. 4. CARLSBAD SAl!s0N WINDS, LIQUORS, ClUARS, CAS12 GOODS. S, T. Bitting:, Banker. Bdo&r'sbejnw' Hotel Bqhlllx. OAiti.nAi, Nmv Mine too. -A Oohorol Banklne QUalnosB bono. xciinno.ttiriilht'd to Outtemsrii Fred ol Charge. The Portal. "It looks llko rnlu." 'I beg your pardon." "I say It looks llko rain." 'What doosi" Tho tho wcntltor." "Xho wenther, my dear sir, Is a con- -dltlon. Hnlu Is witter In tlio net of falling .from tlio clouds. It In Impossi ble that tlioy should look nllkc." "What I mount was that tlio sky looked llko rnln." "Equally Impossible. Tlio Rky Is tlio bluo vault nbovo ttu-thn scorning nruh or domo that wo mlstnkouly call tlio heavous. It does not roseinblo falHns water in tlio leant." "Well, then, If you nrb bo thunder logly particular, It looks ns If It would rain." "As If what would rain?" "Tito wcntltor, of course," "Tho weather, ns beforo stated, ' b...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 2 December 1899

'-ih Ji V L A K K Official Paper oi Eddy Cnty7 S.vojuhi lire. 7, tBV9. """""WITIOH RATES, . .B. 0U,,,,B ' running trains ........ r,t ,ul .flv.oi last Tuesday li ft-!",.1" !Bert tator, cm mw? as for the im vuiainiiotu We are Not the Only People Tlint - Keep I'lrflt-Clhss floodi But Wo Keop What tbo People Wantf Jloio Vnlloy. Canndlnn ninli mi V,nnn nn.i many other brands of Ant-ciosi . Iirtuors AT THE luors CENTRAL SALOON. Kkmp Si Wokiinp.ii, Proprietor!. p. w railway tl Tlnir IoMjininlWelr on tlio tit i ofthooMtbounfl T. A i. t, D. W, O.ERHART, WHOtBSAMI AND KBTA1L wus tho most rriVJiril. M.. fnllumv II..,.. nr wl.l,.i. .. v "WO " "'vfa isi i-uo at 5 11. in . iirrfv .1. .. ..7. 1 1 '" ",IU "" " 78 i,,B ! bound train ar rive "'',VSH'r:UUVBy iJoth Iwutid leaving at ' ,n' 0Dl1 "e Buuth bound ut 7 a. in., or 6 A. Jort, time. Tuesday the mail cnme through f rum HI Paso and fr f t18 flrgt tiiuo In thb history ut the Veoos Vnlloy the Murium TIiiim ffai resolved In this town the mhiio ,iy ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 2 December 1899

FILIPINOS' rLiOHT. They Have Been Driven Westward. to ttir HUD AfTHR AQUINALDD Mnj Will Make Cvcry Effort the Leader of the foriti iniufgenti, Capture the Washington, Nov. J8. Oen. Otis yea tonlay reported the situation In tin F'lililpplnM In tho following dispatch to tho war department: Manlln, Nov 27. Steamer from Bnn Fnblan yesterday liroiiRtit 116 Spanish prisoners, ?S,000 Insurgent govern tnont money and other proparty cap tured by Lnwton's troops near Taytilg on the Mth. Wheatan's troop. Fowl er's company, thlrty-thlnl, drove enmy westward from Manglarcn, few mile southwest of Dagupnn, captured flvo 3 I licit mmmla loading guns, twelre rtltea, 13,000 rounds of Maxim cartridge, 1000 shrapnel, fiOO poiiiul of powder and other property; aim ninety-four Span ish prisoner. Hell, with thirty-sixth infantry, In pursuit nnd wilt march down WMtorn Luson coast. Indications aro thnt two or threo bodies of Insur gent troops, numbering probably 600 or nioro mon oacli, In the mountains wost...

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. — 2 December 1899

tarUbai) ffiutrcnt. TiM. n. IUUANK, l'uMliU. 0AIU9UAD, if. M PASTUrttt AND FARM. A STORMY VOYAGE Mad the Transport Mancuscon tlic Way to Manila. Tomatoes Hre In fair stlpplr. Fannin county has a large wheat acreage la. A 107-pounJ pumpkin la reported In California. Florida tobacco grower will In crease their acreage next year. Mary eertlono ot the elate report tlmelr showers the imit few dsn, Tho recent ml at hoy nroantl lit Campos la reported equal In quality to tha June crop. Hundreds ot acres In tha rlclnlly at Kl Campo will We planted In broeni corn next year. Cnrtla lire, recently shipped two tralnloads of fat rattle from I'ortalea, N. M., lo Kansas city. Wilbarger comity farmers express themselves aa pleased with tha wheat prospects thus far. Harrison county farmers are aalil to bo In Utter financial condition Uinn for a number of yeara. Bevernl farina In lalo lMnto county wore partially Inundated by the over flowing ot Hlg Keechl creek. A heavy export ahlpnient of bleached co...

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. — 2 December 1899

tip ft 7f "I hive uicd Aver's H:ir 1 Vigor for i great miny yens Ima u nis Decn very sutmciory to me in every wiy. I hive 1 fecomtncsd it lot gret minv g . I of my friends ind tie fnvc ni tf Ioeen neriecuy iusnca win it. Mti. A. Edwirds, Sin Frin- Cisco, CiI., rcb. 9, loijt). I 7aA I I About It j & Tint's ttwiys the viy vith 1 I our Hiir Vigor. When per- I S sons use it they are always so I highly pleased with it that they I tell their friends about it. S I If your hair is short, too R 1 thin, splits M the ends, is rough, H H or is fallina out. our Hair Visor 1 will perfectly satisfy you. If your heir is just a little gray, or perfectly white, Ayer's Hair Vigor will firing Lack to it all the dark, rich color it had years and years ago. tM i Mil WM iii nwirm wis nn' Write the Doctor If yon do nut il..-i lit nil tltelimiifll ymi tlealrn from ih um o Um Vleur, wrlu tlta IhM tnriilHiiif It. Ilfl vrlllti'll ll Ju.t tlmtljjlit tliliiK ! iUi, nmt will tend ym IiU Imok it llw llalr anil...

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. — 2 December 1899

CHAPTKIl IV -(Continued.) so paused, and a bright ttunlt oov 4 her fair face Aj far ns I onn calculate, 1 aunt be twenty years old," she Midi "I have KtJild that It U time to net My life ft all before ma. Am I to let It be ertted by tbli dreadful bond? I will itai th croaturo, catling hlmsolt ft Ma, who war guilty of such unheard t cruelty as to marry n Klrl a mere rt4!W -and basely desert hor! It nec mmry, I will spend years In search of html" fine wan silent for a few mo-maats- tear were on her long eys ?, lir free wsa ararlet with emo ifnn. "Will you help me?" the allied Vitm, with bewitching sweetness. Mr. Mnrtlnenu looked down at her TJxqr had" both rlen "What fate would you consider bad monxli for the delinquent If we find S-lmT" h asked. "Ah. I abould not rare ao murh what feeeama of liltn, protlderi I rould but c ft-te!" sighed Marguerite. "1 won) give a great deal In he anl aet you free," he aald, with a long Vwetffc, "Jf you will put the case Into ny handa, wilt are what I...

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. — 2 December 1899

'I LOCAL . lUl. J. CO ago was In town Thurs day , (i A. Illcliardion tarried In town OLiesday night on legal business. 1. d. Handier la homo from n trip to Albuquerque arid "the White Oaka country. , 0. Parker departed Tuesday for yw, Texas, where lio will attend hud&a college. Jliid Deernan ipent Thanksgiving on .niSckrlrcj; hunting, and reports huall in countleM .droves. Seneca Jessa!.'. of Now York, camo In t couplo of wet ks ogo and la living In hta houte at 0U. General Manager ?tchols woa In lecos, Thursday, looking ,up matters at thatotadofthe line, J, D. Walkor Is in tho plnr woods of Louisiana and 0. W. Powden says ho Is rustling for a tie pass to com jiorno. ffleo rrrcmoro, of Seven Illvcre, met Mrs. Larremore. at Pecos, Sunday, accompanying her borje from a visit of a month In Sherman, Texas. (eorgo llurrow, of Midland, brother of Dr. Hurray who resided horo in '03 Bnd '01, camo la Tuesday to uccopt n position "wjth, t,h.o Central as nljjht runn, Gay E. fionsjm and Mlt...

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. — 2 December 1899

THE fOUAT OFTHE 1Y FTWNKMAdKfcKMB'feAjTlLE, f fOwtllbt, 10, hj y. M. Htrllle. f P oiiAirrnit x. fa ooleuel stnxlo Hnit with his i datlnhter. nlnl liohlod Desmond souirht rTFio eoiSiHtny of Ilorr. Into whoiia sy ui pathetic oaf pound the tnlo of his swift wooing nml lilt hope tho whllo lLJKErditl hi ladylovo adorlbcly. WliaiHlImar had to say to her father seemed dlfllcnlt or explanation, Judging by Uio bliishoi nnd pnusoa thnt stemmed tlio conversation. 'Xho colonel was not slow, however, to -ftthpr tlio drift of her roQarks, nnd, iBgpKh iio nlKhed once or twice, It waa BjIr of BmllliiK eyes that looked from beneath tlio shajruy brows nt his daughter. "It etui bo nothing but Joy for uio, sweetheart," ho Mid altnuly, "to know that you ha e the lovo of nu honest feiah, nnd that I can but bo assured Desmond Is. That ho Is a bravo ono bo has amply shown tonlRht Truly Is It i;alil that ii' -hluit succeeds llkn Itnpu donee, Who but nn Hucllshman would hnvo mIiicIo handed nsnnultml a fortre...

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. — 9 December 1899

, J ailrOonnty lift I'O l,iM"' 4 CARLSBAD CURRENT. v - - - - - 1 1 M-.W CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER ,9 1899 II DARFIGLD it, CATRCILL, Prflrigorf; i aa tfHlilj o WINES, 1 ,B?S LIQUORS, J CIOARS, ) CASE aOODS, j I J-A. T V A A yi AVU J. IV VV -r ANOTimK.ouLAWCApmGD g & L Billing Banker. 8 doom below Hotel Hcblltl. OAULSUAD, NtiW MKXICO. A CJonoral Banking Butiinc&a Done. Exchange tSirnlehed to Customers . Vtrnt ol Cliarne. j Fop tfie Parmer. iO0-0-0-000u--0-'0-9--0 enough moisture to cstiso It t germi note. Tho bout time bolvovor, accord lug to The Now XCnglhrid Uomcstoad, Is til autumn, eny nbottt tho middle of September or lu early Spring, tvhon tlio frost 19 coming out of tlio ground, Fea sibly tho beat nay to-tsw it li In con nection with timothy or ilomo other grass, If bluo grass only la wanted, sow It nlouq In a well prepared seod bed. Keep tho weeds down until n gooll eod has been formed. It noon crowds out tho otltcr grass, w that sowing wl'b timothy may ...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 9 December 1899

WM. II. MULLANE jt. ODqIiI Paper of Eddy-Count j. M ua taierra Jnu SUM mill matter. HlTOMliT Drc. 0, 1809. HtlllMHirTION ,MATBa. - y KLY-iw,mii rS.4..r. im 7 nth trflximii tI.M. Tho fifty-sixth congroac centem-d Monduyaml Wllllo delivered lilt dim ago over which ho hu pondered sv long imt into which ho suosjtad In ffctUnir very Utile or rial worth' to tho people, who n l.o li supposed to-but reproaout. Thu chief aim of the tawagt seemed to be to bolster tip tho rojiublhsn party nod tho ilnglo or gold atundarU, aJI olao belntf of seonnd My connldoriitlotf fu they eyes bf nftn ntfrmnn. Lopto Ills ufrorta UMip. hold the gold standard MolClnley In hll ipMge r.nJmiltfif Itfl SuHiknoM. lie ald: "llapply at tho pr(sonl time wo ore bot ooifiputlel to resort to loans to supply gold. Ithns httm done in the pist, however, mid may have to bo tiutio In the future,'' McKlnlcy udinlu then tho,t tlioro it no certainty about gold even with n slhglo standard. lat the republican press has been howling...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 9 December 1899

The fallowing U thr praatdmtra m i1Hifml Hi th ITfty atsth rwngrraa 'Vt lh ftvtinti' nil I Iun at. of ttrftrrarnlii IITM1 At lb Ihrr ahhuld nf nnr drllbrratlnna mo era Mlld tn mourn with ymir rnnntr) tin u tlH dralli nf I'maldm! Unban. HUM from Ihla life oh thr ninrnln f .rfabrr 'J1, laat Ilia grral .ml nnw ri-ta IN rtrrnal prni-r. Ilia irltair lir- w.ia imr mill rlrralrd. wbllr hla pnhllr rafter was rTpp tiiaiingniani'ii py larpr rtalnlriatHhtrrrllf and ptalinl He Iia umi mum iil from I hp htuli ntlli whlfli hr hnnurml and iljgHlftril. but bla laflT rbargrtrr. hla ilrrrrtbHt In duly. Ma IrtHif4! of iHirtNM ami noldr rtria rr HMlll with 11a na iirlM-liaa Irgary nlul f aHililr. rMSANIMAI.. Tlir fifty Mtlli tun it Ivan nntiri'lir In lla flrit rrgnliir pvmui wllh I he nrHittiry In a mhmIIUihi nf niiuti,il pmaiirrtty nf Hmreraal caml will anting I lit- ih4 al limnr. null IH r rial tuna nf irarr anil frti-ndidili with mrry MiUh wliwb war rnmU Iim Utgp Wmla rrtwtrati mar ar a a am.--- nin...

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. — 9 December 1899

arUbab (Euraut. tfu. H. MUM.A.NS, Fakbrti'. OARUHIAD, TKKANSTTUS. Many ehe bare recesjtlr ban tit-i , it 11 I'.-boro. Kho ifiM'iici wrr granted In Ma Uay at d i-niat rm nily. Knur putt ice charaed with rotklng trains li.iw been wwlH at Luting. Ihc -biiTi battle at l bums on J .iinki;u in day waa a giuud success. The Itnllard be factory at Port Worth burnt!, entailing a loaa of 1 7000. Iirhk null-walk are blng iitit down nt Henrietta in the business portion of the city. A lodge of the Switchmen s 1'iilon ot North America haa been organised at Ti-xnrkann. The large dredge built at neaumcmt wan laum hi d In the present e of a rati iini ourtie of people. W C. llullard narrowly escaped drowning while trying to iroaa a ra Mnn In Dickens county. The n ii'nt hasaar hald by the con rrgstlon ot Ht. Mary h Catholic thiirrh. Austin, netted J 2000. V. I. (iayne of llouaton filed a petl tlon In biinkriipti y. II alleges he haa iio usaet attic wearing apparel. A afreet car anil a bakery wagon cot ...

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. — 9 December 1899

If Keeps My Hair Soft a "I have ussd your II air Vigor for five j-cus and im greatly pleased with it. It cer tainly rostores the original color to gray hair. It keens my hair loft and smooth, it quickly cured me of some ktn4 of humor of the scalp. My mother used your Hair Vigor for some twenty years and liked it very much.' Mrs. Helen Kilkenny. New Portland, Me., Jan. .J, '99. Used Twenty Years Wc do not know of any other hair preparation that has been used in one family for twenty years, do you 7 But Ayer's Hair Vigor has been restoring color to pray hair for fifty years, and it never falls to do this work, either. You can rely upon it for stopping your hair from falling out, for keeping your scalp clean and healthy, and for mak ing the hair grow rich and long. 11.04 a todlt. Alt dnnlili. Write the Doctor M Jiiudo tint nlit.il nail tlio lienent rrai UMlm I mm thr 1 1 -j of 1 tn' Vigor, rim the iKxjlor alumt It. Alilrea, VT. .1.1. AVI H 1 1 UWCII, JIBM. pfppjri MILLIONS I . I.r I .1...

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. — 9 December 1899

f . I UHF1 Vt. From thr dt.iiti r- n n II "V traded th tiilm i imi a plcainnt i lat ter of (cnim nmi wIumi t'iiy nti-ril they found i In- faml'.y i-m'..-1 Mary lu pouring nut tea, It K'" 1 Ing. wonderful to relate, tin. I t.i.tnd tlmr ( Join thr c y ill. -v. M Staring mi with hir iihi.i' pi .' of clothing far the poor betl- ln-r There cheerful LHu f.mll) churn "Oh, here you ire!' "XV "" "Will' Whit hive yi,4 dm, Mad" A ' up of tea (Int. la Bn-rrr!" pried Mnrmertte, linking on to ; kearth rti nmt toH-itiR aside her 'l. five nVloilt tea lit the IK' lor chat- tin All M.irucrll'a adV"i'fifc were I r.'Hti-l with iiinimcoi i.l annua- tlotl flnni i !. K( I "An. I i Mr Mirtltlrlii III let n' ' know when h And th wi.i." hr ..m c I'll-'I "Ami now I mint ;i ),hi the , tir.:ii' iicvi.tinn titi 'mini h , )- inmif 'Mir dop o iionall, pt fin-!.-" if :i -jilt t itu. re fiom a RM i1 ln-ir ' ' ! von want i llu Kb v." hot tea on your ikW" demand d Bernard, who Wn t.itig al-oip h" Htu laoghinly mrN fte...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 9 December 1899

3JP LOCAL . ttleMilpinenLa contlnu. lepMtho sidewalks and crowing i.. im trin tun. inrlmialv ill thll V. W.Oglo was In town Wednesday in ltoswoll. tnntcra are out ot luck this bcuboii! 11 U IB Skill . . il..B L . . . Minnvu nr nil 11 1 unni nit IICIO IT 110 IIUUVJ Wfc Wii n vwf. VfCCK uui no coni. nm1llnna nrn nlinnirlnff and It nflW . 1 1 K ..I .eviral ihoopmon nro hero looking location for tljelr he. da. leorgo Wardmqn loft Mondayfor aiv r -r lorn, Wednesday, December 0, IBM, Mr.nndMra..I.P. Oaojerou.-a boy. rrftln tn (AA III brother WllO IS llUII- o - - .. .it t Ptoborlson has Upon succeeded Kdw. Itamsey as manager or llio t Pjiltln C.n. . . m A i I ib i . . a immmm nv w Bin nniiin ncro wiiii n uiu uuuwu u uv..iu Clam Merchant on Block river J. W. Cajrlcn passed through Mon- .. a a ... til. ii nnn i. n f n .ifiriw rti iuii ii n iini iiiiiia i b if.rrt 'Paam 'Mil. Ill II Ii 9 A A IU11 MkUllU. AWMMWI t- . It.. 1 A Uf nifmMtfi- AAVV J V W --- w-v I ...1 A.!. .111 -at 0. Mm wnmnnfl n...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 9 December 1899

A RAILWAY MAIL CLERK! B OY WABMAH. Cepjtlght. 1899, t) Cy Werrain.) Railway wall olerka aro not railway employees, although they nro unilr r the erders of the railway officials when on Uio read They are, ai A claan. a bilctot let of .rrien, They bring tmote bralna and acquired skill' Into their work, than any clan of tho gorem tnent cinployccd, In proportion to tho i amount of ruonoy thoy draw. They i ride tho fattest train In the country, and tide ahead. On roost roads their car li coupled to tho locomotlro and they take wtiatercr It left when tho frim reaper has flnlihed with Uio en jiineroen. Tlellable atatlttlca ahoir that tho rnqrtiUlty among railway mall clerks through ntllroad accidents la greater than that among tho troops In tho cltll war. Those clcrka aru required to pass nn ozamluatton at n rating of more than DO per cent Department ; employees at Wnshtncton nro rjlren SO day' vacation each year, but tho rnll. way mall clerk la called upon to fnco tho tlnncorn of raldnlKh...

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. — 16 December 1899

f (Mtiif Dm l(o I dealt CARLSBAD CURRENT. vBETm. CAHLSM1), NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY,-DECEMBER 10, 18M) m 0. m CARLSBAD W$t. DARFIOLO it CANTROLL, Proprietors. Mv?r LIQUORS, CIGARS, CASE QOODS. I IV ft fcf . )Ml)HUllthi Live Territorial News, j S. T, Bitting, Banker. ft door below Hotel Behlltz. CAUI.8IUI), NKW MllXIOO. A General Banking Bualnoss Dono. Kxehnngo Furnished to Guttoincrs froo ol Clmrn. MUSICAL CLUBS. Brnnchea of Work II la AdTlsnble to TKUe Up In Hmull Town. 4Thor til ono prlnolplo that must be Strictly adhered to In nny ntccrsaftil Til lage iijiwlenl society (hero mutt b m tdrorres," writes 1'rofcssor JWk Vvnldo ; ",n nrtl! "niutlc In the Village" ,""' Bcptomber Lndlos' Homo Journal, -rlio Initant tliat any ono Is admitted to mcmborffhlp on nny other grounds than ability the dcclltio of tbo society fans bo dtun. Regular attendance can bo soctircd " nly by arousing tbo onthuilasm of tbo Sncmbors. 'Tbo one word tbat oxprcssos tbo pos 'ilbllltlrs of concerted Instuutentnl mim...

Publication Title: Carlsbad Current
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 16 December 1899

WM. II. M V h L A NB omolal Paper of Eddy Coaniy. . f wMeftrsU every Saturday nt OftrUUd, S. U., TO entered nalnd cla to 11 lnpir. SiTUkDit I)). II), tf99. swnsomiTioN rktbh. WRKKLV tiy mill per annnra t.OO. tfjr rait? fr tlx ineulk 11.00. Here U n Ratnple of tho trash dished up dnlljr to reader of the prw, eon cernlng tho Philippine and Citbn Tho following It from it Dr. Leonard while stdklng of the Philippines: Ml cannot give you nnv of the details tieouute they liavo not been agreed niton, but we Kolns to do nil thitt we can to oduautQ tho Ignorant people wliton l'rovtdetico hits placed In our uan. and give them tho Unlit of tho gospel." Oho would think from reading the fibers that tho natives of tho J'hlllp ptnes nover saw n blblo ami worn nil very Iguorunt, whllo Just the reverse Is true. Tho sehools and oollegea nf Ma nilla rank.wlth tho bust In tho United States and a largo nor cent of tho peo plohavt) had tho light of tho gosiol for IIOO yoats. hy don't Dr. Leo nurd try to e...

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