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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carlsbad current. — 8 July 1899

T to Mt Aikafl, Oalvciton, Tex., July 5. Mayor Jonos yesterday received the following tele Hram from dov. Beyers, nuking for the relief of flood sufferora at Rrookshlre: Austin, Tex.. July 4. Mnyor of 01 veston. (InlvMton, Tex.: Am Just ad vised that htindreils of poor people rn suffering nt Rrookshlre for want of foeil. Have no public funili nt my dls ponl. I'lonse call upon the people of Galveston to adt. Communicate with John II. Ferguson. D. J. Parker nnd W. M. Cooper, Rrookshlre. J08HP1I I). HAYIIItH, (lovernor. Rrookshlre. Tex., July 4. The emir Rrazos bottom Is Inundated. Crop or a totnl loss. Many people were enugttt In (he overflow nml nro -ippenllng for nlil. 1-owtl nlil Is doing everything In IIh power. Many huvo bton rescued with Unfits. A large niimlier oannot be reached J'tt Austin, Tex. July 4. The govornor received the following tolegrnm yes terday it IS o'clock: Rrookshlro, Tox., July 4. Gov. Jo seph I). Bayers, Austin, Tox.: Hun dreds of people hero with everything...

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. — 8 July 1899

Crtrtsbai) ffiumut Wm. 11. MIIXANB, PsWi r. OAlUaSUAl), N. M TBXASOAND TEXANS. vVsrk In being pushed at Pittsburg an the library donated by Andrew Oar ncglo. The heavy rains In portions of aouth cm Texas last week seriously Inter feretl with railroad tnttlte. A man namod Komer wa Imdly lmrt nsfir Gainesville by bin wagon turning over with him. The Young Men's Social club 1ms been organized st 11 Ilia two. It was gotten oiitt social pastime. Mm. Hardin Joyce, an old resident of Hopkins county, died at Millar's drove, that county, aged it years. A fire near BeTcr, Mberty county, bunted about SOO cords or wood be longing to II. 0. Mlddlebrook. J I mi Ilrreon, charged with an at tempted criminal assault near 1 1 tils, waa placed under ftON band. Greenville chanter, Daughters of the Confederacy, Is the name chosen by the ladle of that city (or their branch at tilt order. A autisrrlptlon fund ha been started for the benefit of the families of the Humphries, recently lynched In Hen derson ...

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. — 8 July 1899

l.titky far Haiti. They tell n storr of Father O'Bhca, a, priest who mi well known In nn onst ern city, who hntl somo loont note for hla qulek wit. One of his I'resliytcrlnn friends waa fond of hnv Inu n Joko with lilm. They met one day nt the nostofnee, where there was fjulto n crowd waiting for tho dlitrl billion of tho mull, which had juiB ar rived. "Hl'o day, Fnther O'Bhca," said tho man. "It Ir n nice day, Indeed, air," re plied tho priest "I suppose you read tho newn of the queer tlolnpi down In Florida?" said tho Joker Interrogatively. "I did not," replied Father 0 Bhen. "Whnt'u roIiik on down thcro?" "Thoy'ro ImnglnB all tho prlcRta and donkey In the tatc," replied tho Jok er. 'Well, well," rommontcd tho priest, "It'll lucky for us, Inn't It, that you and I are not down theroT" Ilrmntiitrnllon Snpitntttlan, He If I woro to suddenly tnko-you In my nrma and klM you seven times, what wc jiii you no? She Don't you think It In a llttlo unfair to ask that I guess nt what iny feel ...

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. — 8 July 1899

PHANTOM SHIP -OR- The Plying Dutchmon. BY CArTAJN MAFXYAT. 4--r-H--M-'H-' CHAPTl.ll XI. Vhlllp had nut long bm on board ere he fouftd that they whi Hot likeiy to have a vary comfortable pmmih; for lb llatavla wa chartered to eon vr turn detachment of trooM to Oylnn ami Java, and (or the purpose of recriitlnr. anil strengthening the orapn force at thoee places. She was to null the fleet off Madagascar, ami run direct for the Island of Java, the nutuUor of soldiers on board be ing pn-umed miitwient to Insure the ship againt any attack or accidents from pi r it 1 1' n or enemies' cruisers, The Hauvia moreover, mounted thirty gun, and had n crew of sevenly-flre men. Ilaaide military stores, which formed the principal purl of her cargo, she hud on board a lame quantity of specie for the Indian market. The de U' hmnt of soldiers was embarking when Philip went on board, and In a ft v minute ware ao crowded that It tl hardly poaalble to move. Philip, whi had tint yet awoken to the captain, ...

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. — 8 July 1899

LOCAL . THE FOURTH. BWICKMORE'B 4 Of ft At t ho opera house toiH.liU Col lirllUn or OdtwM vMled lltWy ORttln till week. Mr. tntt Mrs. 1'uswilnmii returned HiUMd y from UkjH Ulilo trip,. 1 Ui..t DuiloliettV and wife, I'f Midland, took In tho 'oitith ut Carls bad. V. A HotMlfrMin illlil V. It. HrOWII of Odesnt wcro In town n fow duys thin , wcok. II i. v Ilntnnionn wontdowil to I't'CM. ndnv where lio snout lh Fourth . VMlIng friend mid relatives. The seventeen months old child or Mm. Unit OrUtman died Tuesday, Jtily 4, mid was burled Wednesday. K4 Wilson wentdown to I'ocos, Mon day whuro ho will do Bomo fancy eur lit nlcr work on tho 1 V. & N. It. do pot. m Mrs. Geo. rrlodonbloom, of Itoswell, visited with Kddy friends u fuw day thin week und uttoudod the Fourth July celebration, duo. White, tho liagorman . sheep f man, was In town several days this wcok uud look In tho celebration. Utu clo (loorgo hud u fluu tlino. T. 1). Itogors, of tho cor dopurtnient ot tho railway, was down f...

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. — 8 July 1899

Snvlnit ller nl the Mini, ,tVrtf the mtnt IttlrrrttlHR scmwmo fir the recovwy of tnli silver nt tlw lawil mint In that appttwl t tint ntvii i4h ef tb melting wiuk. The Mg Imu xilrritMC rods, lit dlptiors, the strainers nMl tfee latlltm that pome In ratitart with tt molten metal aro laid ntldc nt interval and wut ilmvn slalr. Tin v orvcovrtwl with what hmks like brown rwet, bqt In rually oxhllxwl silver. Hmiuhhw, In digit n moment, mm rdstrwl t kv t n emi of wtlut off tho (tUtetlla (tf n Ihmi. In Hitch event tho plan of Homplng away tlw lioutiu and leMving (tie shell of jwlnt standing Wonhl lie ragnnlml as sniiiMwhat eccen tric, yet tlmt Ih HiilMtiiiitlnlly tho moth (Hi adopted nt the mint. Tho ImpUv tftcntH nre placed In baths of sulphuric nrW, which attacks tlio Iron or stool, litit mvm tho silver untouched. Llttle by lllllrf a strainer, fur Instance, trill otilircdy illwiKmr. 'Hint I to Mf, tho original strainer (1lniHnn nnd Imvm In lu place a hol low silver eotintwrimrt, dellcnto...

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. — 15 July 1899

CARLSBAD CURRENT, 10 I Jfo f X VOL. VII. CAKLSli.W), NKW MKXIOO, KAiTHlUY a iewnajiajiejLMJ' '' " "l" iTKy 'MW "Jiffltf .11 LY II Pooling il i i'i land 'i ' I lu rtonkr. I Qreen Tree Saloon, IPS lit 0MU,""U LIQUORS, f I CIGARS, ) CASI! (100DS. CANTIUII.Lt PrnprtaterB. Tn- I ' tti,' Am- I ... . .. j i.i. ih.- I . II". II,,"., ,ll j lie tnln 4 huI . . 1 1-. . M it HH'hlji, Mil II nl '-ijr D. J. Tliomo. U M. Oelller. Thomas & Collier, Coifatois anil Builders pinna nuit eatliunto urn I plied nntl nil work ttono promptly. )I)V, NKW MUX. Ut 8 ON AMD AVTKU OCT. 10 THE GREAT T. A P. 1 "SyflHI Limited," 3 ONK Ol' Tim FINEST TRAINS IN THE WORLD WILL RUN SEMI-WEEKLY BACH WAY TO LOS ANGELES 0 SAN FRANCISCO, g ALSO TO St. Louis Chicago VIA TEXAS'S PACIFIC RY. Tti rough Delta a rut VU Worth. THE PASTESTTuMB EVER HADE. A Pnlnaa on Whoolo. 8m nearest llskel aiient particular. for furlhar B. P. TURfs Ell, Q. P. A T. A., DALLAH. 111 1(1 El Paso & Northeastern Railway. Loaves Alumngordo :!:!20...

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. — 15 July 1899

THG CUKKSHT, Wif.jf. M UI. I A N K Onioial Paper ot Eddy County. hiMMMl arecr taluntai' at UartatsMl U and ifttefao aa ltl rhMDMll matte. .StTVRHit Jolt ia. I htm. HttHMCHMTlOK RATBO. WKKKl.Y Hf Stall BOr IMM II r mall prflx monUi . U.oo. MM. The lull iinKirlnntw of tljb town of Carlataul luii irolmbly nt'Vtr iIhwiimI iimhi thu inlmti ef minimis now uiiiohk II ihkMo. wfrlalinil If not uiily n oMtar fur liiu ,iml IrritfnUuii un I w tti wlUi liM(liimrtcni linrr, Imi tt ta also Uih natural nwrkpl lor tkosloek prmliiwd on the iimlrltw for sorsniy-nvn to loo imlus un tlio i-tut UHtl wwl. IDjile from thu jtoliit of Uiu (ltiatlaliis )inu Mvuty-nvv ulttM roittliWMt i"int' to Ourlsliwil to Jiinrkst while to tit wist m far ns t lit ' siAto I III of Texas Uih stockmen 11 nil (XuMmiI Utotr natural market. Tlie irrigation onteriirlm nukes fruit rut JtiK h ut'rtHlnty mid ilivlnM ulfiilfit n 1 11 1 lwt farina, lnit on to stock In tormU UhimIs IIh atilMtaiilial growth of tll town. Midland, with no ...

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. — 15 July 1899

Ttio Taelirs, ' m Angeles, 01.. July 18. Tho Nn tlonnl Rdueatlonal neeertaUon was railed to oNr yesterday by Hon. P. Q. Btorey ot ike 1oal oxecHtlva oomntlt tee, The pavilion was crowded, and iiumhcre ot visitors felted to gain ad tnltlenre. After nit Inrocntlon by Rev. C. Fttrto Clark, the delegates were welcomed by (lav. Henry T. Gage on ImIiaK of the slate, Dr. IBtmir II. Drown on bthalf at the Unlvsrstty at California, nnd Mayor Pm) Waten on behalf of the mu nicipality, who told tin visitor thn they bad tli freedom of the city dur ing Ibelr stay. Responses to the welcoming ad ilreeees wore made tiy N. 0. Daughterly, superintendent of schools nt Peoria, 1 II. i Dr. Kmerton R. White ot ColtttK Iws, 0.. nnd J. II l'hllllti. tuperlnten (lent ot schools nt lllrmlngham, Ala. After the orcheittrn had played Moxert'i overture to "Don Jnan," Prce Ident HJlplmlct 0. Lytic at MUUrvlllo. Pa., delivered an nddrsos. At the evening seeolon, Dr. W. T. Harris, United Slates commissioner ot educa...

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. — 15 July 1899

0 V. II MUXASK ruMnber. CAUI-SHAD. 2 a MII.ITAHY AMO MAVAC MOT I, Fifty-one tr n n1U(rd si ths Da )a station during .tune. Serious Inonrrp) tloae arc reported la Cores. A thousand ton of war material have leen forwarded from Ixmoon lu South Africa. Marqnla Ho, a former premier of Ja pan, eaye fhlna partition la only a queetlon of time. President McKlnley ha Issued or ders to hasten th home-coming ol volunteer from Manila, The military display to have beeu Riven at Waro on th lib was post poned, owing to th Hood, until th 18th. The naught t-r of the Confederacy at Tyler art ranting funde to erect a monument to the valor and itatrloUam of the 131 Confederate aoldlera burled there. An effort to Improve J r Hereon bar racks, at It. I .onto, la to bo made. The Improvement will Include electric light, sewer, buildings and drill I round. Hen. H. fl Oil of California, who raw much service In tba Philippine nay the liiiuraent haev lot atMiut AO per rent of their furceg by death and dexertion...

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. — 15 July 1899

r tnrtyTfnr Infant, A itiopllftcr In Hungary , n Jewish of 10, who six month Wore her arrest tor atealng had lieen haptlietl Into (ho Un man Cfitliolle rhureU. pleaded (lint alia was legally nn Infant, and nil wish was not responsible before (lie law. Tito rule of (he country being (hit (ho (Into of birth figured from the (Into at hap tlsm, the court sustained her nlen, and the C-month-old shoplifter of 40 wu released. ('tirlnn. Cnaloiii, In Cblnn guests nt dinners nin around between tho courses. Thin In niipiHMeil to keep the digestion In good condition, but tho hustling American needs eomothlnir clue, and thoro li nothing bolter than Ilostotter's Stom ach Miters. If n man or woman lit eufforliiR with constipation, indlRMtlon or any stomnch trouble, It's their fault If llioy don't gel well. lllliulntit.il Hurnnnm, Up to tho dny of hi first entering eehool, Hooker T. Washington's nnme wna HooUor Taliaferro. Thon tho toflthor mild tlint nil tho colored boys Of Uio teetlnn bad throe o...

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. — 15 July 1899

4- r- PHANTOM SHIP The Plying Dutchman. -BY CATTAtN MAWtYAT. It MTKR Xll.-IContlnueil, rtwre ore twenty n on deck lo ii.p rtory," replied the captain. i the olu Catholic prlct. lo bowl. 'ii' Htrxxl hy ne the whole tin I n .V k Th- M'-n h.iI I that me iM.t would tin n . and In the . . . 1 1 f iri.'nn wiitch. im mumting me wen. nut fimr feet f wntrr. We ton iiiimi .. but It gained upon u. kinl v ! went do.ti. n- I hnvc told you. rPi mate niyi thnt it:'- esscl Ii well n.mn It lc1iil the Plying IMIK'tl- ln III" 4 Hfl t'nii'ti made bi rrmniks nt the tlm'. i'..' in u, miidi ilfn."-'t at. what ti' ,1m I !innl. "If. IlKiiiKlii ne, I'hininm Ship 'f my poor father up U in ot hem ii- well n to me. anil Own ; rv MllTerc til) being on board jr.in in,il. till lllffptt tire. I lln bill Ink" jn i hsnr of fnlllnit In with her, and ylo nm rink the It vi of thone who mil in uu mme ves el with inf. Mow mv ttitn i l relieved, nmt I ean proscntte i mli with ii qubl onsrlenrt ." I h in-1 1 nay Philip took...

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. — 15 July 1899

LOCAL . W..H. Anderon's babj H qiiUo alok . s ills week. The Otis iiftfltflllloo lifis boon made a inonuy order ofllop. Miss Luoy Johnson was listed among :t)i Hick tills week. W. h .lltiRhos visited JtOSWCll, Tuesday, an business. Mrs. I. II. Hull, of MUllaml, slider of JMrn. Lavorty.ls here visiting. Will Jlatlard oatno ilwn.Jrpni Ko vrell, Thursday, nnd, larxlud a day. Mm. 0. W.SUlwell, living on Lono fL'rbudrawls ve;y liv wllji utoasles. Mr. A Collins wjji bo, to San Angelo for tlm jiiiri9,QHV)t,JiveoJ.d not to .toll. 4lrynt & Kites, itliot progressive Irtn of painters owl decorators, huve an nd In this Issue. lira. Whtcher Si Moohlau operated on Mrs. Win. Tipton this week, Mtfn lnv. niul iho la fust recuvcrlnir. r- "4 ' - - Tho water jiotos ntaiiK tho foot hills nro full nnd oattlo aro fitter all over tho cojtnty than before in years, Mnu.Tbos. Illggln8 and ohlldron de jiurtod Thiirsdayjnornlng for Itoswoll whom they will rcsldu In tho futttro. II. K. Hates left suddenly Su...

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. — 15 July 1899

I ! ! .Il I ' ' 1. 1 ' ' i- I . r It i t. VII TRIALS OF A WOMAN. 'She who takm the tickets at tm mrvM howi. ... It?l- l'.l . t!,ll. .t t1n.-l.lll, !) . ' i il i,i ,ii in ... thr Tl, "'. 't -Jt j i, li'i i V.l.irr That mi 1 1 t,i.' nn Urv" t .ir., i.-, As t. jrmt, r . u iry'.v.it t9 com ti ! i ! I hlnk iU t,n m I it JW.l t.lly fy Ifti ' !.'. ifcv at n ! tin I In lift, npji.tt- . I . i i nit hi n ii,iNru: or jhvii'i. . t Una a tboy wi. i- in iiii.i m n rata- hu.'Ha. "V wwtbl lt HiiiirlMii to mi. Imw tlilHlt Wo"l It la." rill. I n I,' III who till.. tl. ! I I nt niK- of lllf K dill lilili.m Ymi Kit in Uiv your ifM'ii nil f 1 I iiit for ihein nii' n largo inn, !.!! til im ili uim trj tu rim imki Willi. mi 'III,. !. I line to no niii'r M..... a i.,... tiniKi ii ibty. i-nlilng "l ii i.i t. ili'iii ,' nn I iluy tin n mi me wliii mi in.litiiiniii -in it. Muni uf tllilii tin 'II mi . liit Ili-kola, Mm oiti- . ll iIii-nmhI woman im. iii lii r ilny tmiU ti her lt.t-tritft i ... looked int over...

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. — 22 July 1899

CI.A. ID JiL JiL J CUR REN nn VOL. VII. f 'asWrfBBjBBj aj(0fia4fjeeeeejO,Be 0 CAJiLHUAD, NKW MKXIC'O, HATl'llDAY, .ll'IA 22, MnMHM4MM)HMa 'BU VI1 - - in Wf tj, "l CARLSBAD SALOON m 4 mi WINKS, ? H LIQUORS, i t CKlAIiS, cash noons. CANTIIHI.L, Propflltnr 6 J. TUoiito. 1. M. OetllSr. lomits & Oollicr, Contractors and Builders. ooo IMpti niul wlltimlWIUriiUliml mill nil work (tone (tromjit I . HIiDY, NHW MUX. oh Arro Arraii oct. ib THE GREAT T. & P. i "SSSSS Limited; jj oni: or Tim FINEST TRAINS (N THE 3 WORLD WILL HUN 8BMI-WEBKLY BACH WAY TO' LOS ANGELES ! u S 0 SAN FRANCISCO, g AUSO TO S St. Louis Chicago VIA g TEXAS & PACIFIC Ii'Y, riirouth DIUi o4 . Wwth. ul V TUB FASTEST TIME EVER HADH. A Palaoo on Whools. Be nesreit llodet HfiODI partluuUrt. (or (ullitr E. P. TURNER, Q. P, A T. A., UALL.AU. '444Hto,ffKi;(,( Bl Paso ft- No mo. El Paso & northeastern Hallway. i.eavra AlimiOKordo .1:20 p. in. ArrlvpH Hi I'lmo 7:IR p. in. Luhvuh Kl 1'tiHo 10:110 u tit. Arrive Alumogor...

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. — 22 July 1899

THS CU J?ftNT. WM. II. M U lit A N. Official Paper ot Eddy County. lUbUeawtl every Saturday at CarlatMHl. X. M , M enter e tnrt FlffM mall matter. rUTUinut Jim, ritC, IH'Jfl. HlllUiOUllTIU.N ItATBh. VTKKKIiY'lll' Mull M( ihmi M68. tlr null per Six MMMIM MH. Tlw tiewapatHrr men who wtutnt to the lHtlijtilties MirtmitliiK tlii Clilenun lleuoril, N. .Y. Sun, AmocIiiIhI l'rOT end other nuwi KHtlmr" pruteet iil HKHlmt llio pros eoimorehlp oxoruls it! hy lliimrniy nnd lira administration. Tho pnM euiisnmhlp Iiiih Iicoii in in rigid tlwn Wty tor's In Unhti. Tlio mil nuwi Imu tiwn held unit only that wliluli tM ml irtlftUt ration wishes told Iiuh ooiiih Iwforc (lit people. Tito lout nro thoro I u wnr In tin 1'lilllpptiira for tho In run portion of t lit punplu wnhtjltlnrty The adinlnhUrutinn Ir trmtlnK the pBoplu or Porto lllco llko Iiivii or tlin ami thuy havo pro tiKtirtlHtnliit tho carpal Iwuncni who Hro Hint them to rulo thuin. Thu wholo tilfnlr In it ttiitrahlu fuuto for it Iiuh only p...

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. — 22 July 1899

I'oitmailtrt Appolnltil. Washington, July 10, Special Agent I If. lilanton ot tho auporvltlng arahl teet'a omco htiii been lent to ntnumont with Instructions to Investlgato nntl ro port f'wn tho eligibility ot several alts submitted by the citizens (or n pastofllee building. Fourlh-claes Inttlan Territory pott master appointed yesterday: Cliff, Chickasaw nation, Win. 1'. Moere; HIiiro, Cherokee nntleii, Wfli. T. Par tin. Original penetans granted Texan iestenUy: Otla Farrltiglon. Deeatur, 8; Wm. ttoerner, 8ft n Antonio, $3. Tha paetolHec nt Pocket. Wharton county, Texas, will bo discontinued af ter July tl. Mall will be Rent to mt Spring. A poetofJIce haa bean established nt Home, Day county, Oklahoma, with Morgan L. Smith as postmaster. Patents were loaned to-day na fol lows: Texas Hmll llrnun, Moulton, poison illatrlbutor; Jnmoa ft. Chrlatle, Corrlgan, churn; Hilary ltldrlgc and 8. Illiini, Galveston, acetylene gas can orator; Wm. H. I.ott, Mlneoln, latch; Anthony Parcel, Segtiln,...

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. — 22 July 1899

CnrlgbaD (Sumuh Vm. It. MUU.S'iu'nl! e-r. CAIlLSllAI), 2f.il TBXANKTTB, Vftn'd second oil mill ii S la being ""a business hniwtg are taring . . Mavkwall Considerable work Ii UetilK itODO tn ttir dirt roods of J ark county. John Jam' residence m llertlloy Mil a eubburb of Temple, ralHstl at 1 1 Mo. burned. in the forty-fourth district court at Italian Judge Morgan granted seven ill vcrcM a few (lay ago. The reeldenre of M o. Montgomery of (lalneavllle. valued at $1800, logetli ii with the barn. was burned. Mayor Lebrecht of Denlson lta ve toed the tlKin ordinance recently piumed by tbe city council at Denlaon. The store of Ktigene Wallace of Oay ii,' Washington county, wan entered i' .. 11 Klure, who Mm-urikl about $1110 Ml Ull. Kowler's pin. about eight mite east f Ilsrtlett, was burned several hlgbta , I.oas alMiut IVoo, insured for r i T. True, expert for the railroad, con. mission, lis returned from llrook lyn. N. Y., wbere he spent a brief vn- cation. At u special meeting of the...

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. — 22 July 1899

ii?t.,,.4t.m.nN;.. I J. HOLL, LANI) THMV T ti f f nna n mmi am nf Intil. I ' Ulne n fortune, thought It would If proniHiiio to eel ftway liy lilmBir ami ruminate. fki he wont Into the woods, nnd ho look tils money nml many (took wHi. him, nml he rumliintcil nml he studlwl, nml In time he loarnml nil hit hooka hy heart, ami the philosophy of life wns revenlml to him. Now, when hi honnl wns lor.fr nmt white anil hi hack wn bent, he took the woalih that ho had carried Into the wood with him nnd returned to the haunt at men to do good with It. lint It came to pas that n sharp Aleck got the phlloMopher's money away from him. nnd the people hooted when he applied to them for r wires. What shall It profit n man to know Itie phlloeopliy of life, and not be up to (Ironl Mnrlnl Artlat, "Hid you know that Maud aldington wft engaged to n Brent marine artlat?" "No. How did she over happen to cot acquainted with n imlnterf' "He Isn't n palntor. He n cham pion direr and bridge jumper." Our trouble...

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. — 22 July 1899

PHANTOM SHIP -OR- The Flying Dutchman. -BY CArrAPl MAWAT. him they separated on the beach, and he stepped Into (ho bant Ih which ho waa to be pulled oh board. who fiif iKn XIV -(Continued.) In i f '! Amine and Philip timk iaf of i ho prle.t. and quitted for Arn-tPniHm Father Styem taklm hsfR of Hip cottue until AssJne'S re turn tin n nnlvnl. Philip called ipuii Hip illrpplor of ill'' company, who Toitiipil him a lii n his r- urn from thp voyage In- wa aliout to nter upon, making .1 .ndltlon that ho Khoulil hpiome pail " ot ,B" vbbpI To thin Philip consented, and went down to vtalt th' Vrow Knterlna. v lp to whlrh h had I""'" appoint- 1 n first mate. tSV 1,11,1 UM" rita 1 and the Heet waa noi rii- i. mmii for two month Only part of the rpw were on board, and the rap tain, alio lived at Iort, had not yet irrl il Wo far aa Philip couM Judge, the Vn Katorlna waa a wry Inferior ves p. -he wa larger than many of the other, but old. and badly instructed; never Mom. aa she had boon several ...

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