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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 17 July 1897

ENDEr,ORERS OONVttNB. TheHr-et lUlhtritc Wae Called OHtr ' by Iter ij. 1U Wltkor.t nan rranrUeo. 8an Pranclico, Cnt., 4uly 9. With Syllght yesterday morning began tho prayer-meeting of tho Christian En deavorere. Services wore hold In all tho principal churohei of tho eltjr, bo Ing tho lamo In eaoh prayer for tho convention. Tho lender of tho meetings, all of which wero largely nttcndod, woro Ouy W, Campbell, of Ban Joic. Hor. C. D. McDonaiu of Grafton, Md., J. It. Mans field of Now llavon, Conn.. U. P, Wil cox, Spokane, Wash., Ilov. A, 0. Smith era, of Lot Angeles, 1!. J. Prye of Ta coma, H. A. Olio of Salem, Ore., A. D. Harmon, of uethnny, Nov., and Rev. R. M. 8. Craig of Santa Fo, N. M. Long beforo tho hour appointed for tho opening ot tho convention every acat In the vast pavilion, whloh accommo date! over 10,000 people, was occupied, women predominating, and from tho stage tub tight wa never to be for Rotten. Seldom had an andlcneo equal ed In numbers and appearaneo been assemb...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 17 July 1897

TUB CURRSKT. HM II l I i. I, A .n r Olttil Paptr (Metal urgsn ol E44y Coaily. i fowl t Eddy. i ell WSKKt.V II) mslt i r ncitn Mf !) I' i . isniiih. Th llas f Mi'i:rn1ti n mitl Irllff iii ultrli- ii mmuIiI se ii sr- ii'it paM, t r n poor old wmii in i cigntr jrar hup. ilrntfK)''! I" tlth In it couple ol young ni 11 on lirt . n.- .r I .a Sfax litut Wh k nntall InnHlon of tin- (lt'llloCMUl' party uinoiiniiiiK to ls than the Han ilall or protertion lioftit of the party atvlss its It nutioniil democratic party. The larcf t fart of the e called natio nal ilfiuwnii7 im rornin iwl of Iron K'lll. A merle. m who go to ( iilj io assist tin- brigand c iIIiiir llinnselvrs r volutlnnlsK urc in.icliuU'd (iood m nli fur thm. Anf dtinm of id t'nltwl HtHU'N who would 'dip In our ' whr he has no litislnusa might to li macheli-il. rubs is it ri iinly unfit for frsmlnni. Tho population conalata of a boot a million N Kroa and hnlf brwt Imltnua cuIIihI tftsnles wliil only one OfUenth no many ppoplt are wb...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 17 July 1897

sal f 1 LOCAL. Chan, Harney Hie MBtea dlteh rider baa resigned. Ilufe Wcldennnd family Imyo tnored to Montague 'loses. ' J W. Hush of leyor Spring! ranuh was Intown Thursday or tnis -week. UHajo.nao. White of Hupp wm In town Saturday with a load of fruit. Job. J. Jaffa was In town from Ilo well Thursday working Ilfo Insuranee. MllliA. Jl- tlmilnu nrn nnw mini v fAr work in their new shop two doom b-' low tnis oince. Mr. & Mm. I . S. Oiborn arrtvad from tholr Atiohlgan trip Thursday, homo from a thrco weeks visit. Mr. C. II. McCarthy chief engineer of tho boot sugar factory and Urn. Corn Nool will wed Wsdnosday tho 21st Jtccolvorl 8. Nosers of tha bonk loaves for nn extended oostsrn trip this oveninff to bo absent three weoks. Tho colord lady Mrs. 8. A Weoks died Wednesday nlqht at 10:10 at the rosldonco of Wm. Moore leaving a ton aged 8. Dr. Smith moved hla drug store to tho Pierce block Tuesday aud Wed ncsday. Tho store is now much iiu proved. Henry Woldon was held tip and rob ...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 17 July 1897

THE STPIKK CONTINUKS. Il rrnHM lobo Dnenf tlietlreatett HlruR lletlnllin HUtnry ot iheOnuntry. rittalmrg. la., Julr It Yesterday narked the beginning uf the eend eok o( the coal miner' atrlko nnd al ready it given promise of being one of the RTOfltMt WBgO Struggles lit tllO hi- Mry o( thli country. Hlght lift) ii ago the coal operator in thin district nnd the miner them selves llttlo dreamed that within one hort week mich nn era of general suspension could be wrought ns now oxltts In tho bituminous mining In dustry. The mouths ot tho many ootil tipple that dot the Monongnhela Al '. Athvllle Centennial. Nashville, Tim., .uly 11 A heavy rain atnrm Saturday afternoon and an other yeetorday afternoon, with report of rain (rum all part ef tho stale, eaime the belief that the hot spoil I about to rnme to an end and endurable weather admitting of out of doom enjoyment will follow. If the moderation In hoAt continue tho ntifiidoneo upon the ex position will Improve, for the coming week will...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 17 July 1897

Wearing; Veils. Thli custom of tho fair sex baa anrni (lilnui In Its favor. Tho complexion It ttrOtMtml CLCftlfl Kt the tun nnA wlnil whloh lirinj? freckles anil tan. Also ths coarse dual Is strained out of (ho fclr that la ) r b a t h o (1. MUt them aro thlnca ajralnst this custom also, the moat Im portent bo lag, the loss of free circu lating a 1 r. la breathed oror and over mroln. Worn tn ought always to breatho puro air. (Hxxt ventllallon. upon air, out-door ei ercUe, aro what most women aro suf faring for. Homo women nro Invalids, and nro nccessarilr deprived of these blosslnsjs. euoh women ought to write Dr. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio. Answers free. Poruna In tho greatest remedy known for tbo Ilia of women. Mra. A. T. Lewis, of Tolmodgo, Ala., says: 'To ru-na la tho beat medlelno I ever lined for pains. I recommend It to surfor Inn women." AH thoso who dcslro Dr. Hartman'a latent book on this Interesting subject can obtain ono for a ahort tlmo freo by nddrctalng Tho Pc-m-na Drug ...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 17 July 1897

QUEER BIRDS' NESTS. nODlNS OPTBN THROW ASIDE ALL CAUTION IN HATCHING. Itlrdt That llrnttRlit (Iff a Ilrooil In a llonkrark In rt tlhapelTlie tlrare crow That Pallet! lllnl llullt lit .tll I ill BlfHr. (Special Letter.) I.THOITOH natnre haa ordstiied that every bird shall bulla Its tiMt In h situation reason ably aeetiro from moleatntlou, olllior by reason of Inac cessibility or ob scurity, there are some Individual which seem to tie liRht m setting her law at dellatiee. The tits. wagtail, swallows anil other in. era supply examples of eccentricity; but If thorp I on bird which, mora frequently than the runt. seeks ad vertisement anil notoriety by Itf eelec- 'on of a nuraary, that bird la the robin, ir It obeyed natural laws It would build in some shallow hole or depres sion on a grata? batik. Moat robins nre rimtent to do ao; othera are not. For example, wo bare the ntat con structed in mi iii tin kettle Homebody has kicked off Mix hlh road under the 1imIk' If tin- l.-itlo lml been ...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 24 July 1897

II I Pocos Valloy to tho Front, Cronkars to tho Ronr. VOL. V. EDDY, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JULY 24, 181)7. NO. 17 CHAITKH XX -Uoxnm Bit.) Beforo tho week wns out, I had con vinced myself that, eo fnr ns depended upon ourselves, there was no hope. Our boat was gone, nnd our tools con Uted of but two or threo small knives, much n sallora use for tho cuttlng-up of tobacco, practically useless In any endeavor to build a boat. Our only chance lay In the prospect of our sight Ing n vesiiel and contriving to mako known our desperate condition. 1 di rected a flro to be llclitcd on tho top of tho highest point of land near to tho Bcaj thero wag plenty of wood about, nnd an Immenso pllo of young saplings and branched .wan gradually made, with which the flro wan con tinually fod. All precautions In our power woro taken to provent tho heavy tains from flooding and extinguishing .ho flro, and wo wero so far successful that for year It was kept blazing. Faint as the hope of rcscuo grow, as eason n...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 24 July 1897

ght&tU1tnmnt. Ll-UV. - NHW MUXICO. . Th' st.f key-Maker fight vu won by the ix1: in Ui6 mvrath round. 4 "i i Japanese are spoiling for a ft, j. imiw tltey ciin b aeoommo- ! r.r ih posts! (Iok, lit now (lend I ' i " third time Tli r to tlmts and Cut fur Ownry. ' i inr a man h iwltnlat mvir dill r. iw ir will i-liwo the eya Of Ola , i nn uni'irnKunt itutukH), twn of Wa'liltiainti, Ih., tins n wi ' row, wfcrr thrra ara nlno lono ' n within a liUirk and only oho "Pm trcasurr department flRfcraa In- i' .Vr a decreasa of uno hundred thou r at- ( in tb Immigration of the year. ?v a 'f.ir will lie shed ovr thla "loas." 't may 1 rorrect l apeak of tho ! T , nn I he "alck man of the sast," j t h' uufiirUitmlo OrMka hart ren- ! r tr 1 rww that b la not to eenanmp- ! t r i' hr looks. J' .iindrf" llrn.lli'v has immilflrizwt Ai irv ark Ity erecting what be .1:1- a trmtltiK ii)Mor for lovera. Horn Ciil"'! will hold IiIkIi carnival, nnd n crrv i, it inn of yontiK mti nu mauierta wi 1 ri " up lo...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 24 July 1897

THE MINERS' STRIKE Jloth NIiIm in Htlll rirm. Imta (UHUmcat U l.onkril for Noon rittsbiirg, l'n., July 17. Dullness at the minors' headquarters and In nil the mines In the Pittsburg district and un usual nctlvlty In the coal market char acterized the features or tho strike res torday. For n strlko to general It causos tho least excitement. Peace seems to provnll everywhere, but how long thin stnto of affairs will continue to exist can not bo guessed. The min ers nro apparently willing to bo Idle, and as yot no suffering In '.'onseriuonco havo been reported nt dlitrlot head quarters. The minors ot this dlstrlot are much elated ovor the news from West Vlrglnn. Sevoral telegrams from organizers In that scotlon ot an en couraging nnturo were received. "Thero Is nothing stnrtllriR to roport from nny of tho districts," said Presi dent Patrick Dolan. "The men, with tho exception ot a very few, nro out, and wo nro satisfied with tho situa tion." Coal took another tumble In price yesterday. ...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 24 July 1897

CURRSNT. II. M VLLAH V. Official Paper of Eddy County. OBltlti Organ of Town of Eddy. .hid sstartsr at K1 Xaw lt( n M4f N M . t tafStlSt.. SMIIr ATOUf JHI.T SI 1807. HUHHOHIITIUN KATRb. WKr.Rt.Y-H mall iter siihwm 1. nt taUir tit mmhi I The wnndtf fill mill of Koltl III Alliff- V nnd the Krlltah mmwm(oiii to tlio i 1 1 f snorts pr accural will n ,M in making liusttiOMi bailor overy ii. ic It is suld noiio rutuniad with nt a fnrtiinu nn the ittNiinur I'ortlwirt rin-ntly from Alaikn. TJio ntnoutit l.rmiitht back by forty wiplu Ib Mid t . anmuiit tu 81000,000. Let (ill wlw imii u t" Alaska. The tilttooa iimilti vacant by th ffoM hunter will orontu n ilHnntid for IiIIh iiimi and tin juir tiiiiHt- nt fimitllM will kIvh work to .Mii ri tliiii iiMltlliK nil. Tin' gnlit put in circulation will mnkti e ili'tnuitd for property una nil uittmoM win pro per Hut the Alaska Holds nrn not thu only fleiiU to ylald n Imrvwt. ICvhii New Mexifii in hIiowIiik up kiiiiu rich tumoral flndi; n Inrutt iiroi...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 24 July 1897

LOCAL. Mra. W. It. Owen It slowly Improv ing. (Jo to Uio litllo lied llrlck for horno feed and blackamlthlnif. Conductor Chas. l'ollock li In very lellcat Iicaltli, owIiir to tho warm weather. K. r Draper and K. S. Matter Imvo erected a buth lionet) noar the brlilBe to La Huorta. A. rVnlt was In town Monday from Itonwell, to look alter liln tnulnotw in tcretts here. A party ot young people wero enter tained Thursday evening by Huh Freeman. .1. 1). Walker went to Hop Tlinra duy leaving Henry AiiRell ub deputy town maranal In his ttbreiioe. Mis Koto Wlghum returned Tueti day from lloawell, where she Iiub been visiting for n couple of mouths. Olllo Itagsdalu was in town Wotlnet d en-route wist to buy dry goods for the full and winter trade for ,liyt, rJ'rult "fc Co. 0. K A. ItoberUou'R family left this week for the Saurumunto mountuius where they will remain till the first of September. Itev. tfoo. W. Ittwu.tliu Itoswtll lisp tlst preacher, and Mr. Thomas cwno in TtiuHday noon, having ...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 24 July 1897

THB TARIFF BILL II W I'mhul Tlimuili Ilia Cnnferanr ! .trier Hoiiin llUtmtilHn. Waehlngon. JhI- SO. -The tariff hill " poshed Hi rough the conference stage yesterday after two hour' ills riiMinn liefore t li full conference com mlitre- fteroocrata end Republicans held in the senate finance committee room yesterday morning. At the out set the democratic conferees nskeil un til Tuesday morning to go over the re port, saying Dili course was prefernblo In going over U with the itepiihllenns To twit t tit uuestloH Mr Vest (ilera.) of Missouri moved an adjournment un til to-day. which u defeated by a strict parly vote. The democratic eon. feree thrrt offered mi amendment to II" r'iniit Imt were Ittet with the statement I hut It would merely con sume tltH- to urge amendments, ns they would he rejerteil. IteitrewentAtlvo Wheeler (drm. of Alabama offered amendments placing cotton bugging and ration ties oh the free list, also a proposition for rebate on these nrtle In Thete and other amendme...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 24 July 1897

I Jfi A Working Knanlrdg X thought you guaranteed a work ing knowledgo of French in live Weeks," laid the puixlcd and disgusted pupil. ..fflo I did," laid the professor, bland lyY "You know enough Frenoh now to work out tho reit by yourself." Wash ington Tlroea, i Porsons contemplating matrimony ihould romomber that tho honeymoon i rwlll ba n good deal moro pleasant than 'Retting iin at midnight to go for tho muvivi miuu m imuj iv lurcniaiitm with oroup. I'nltrprlir-i of (Irrat l'lth mid Mninrnt liitve, rre now. hail their eurrcr.ta "laraed ana oi ny- 11M Bit- I litre, rre now. nail lliatr et anrjr." as Hamlet tin, bj an Wa. rfnixvlMHi failed to I ViMilattfl it AlHterlttt In eenaet mpreve WlHWier.H llMM. A wirirJasfrtt of UMlelleY a SUtmMh Outer. Ml IMJcpiilkin breeshl en or Mme In&mmwi lnca"ii. Inonlot to nvetflimtwMia. nVHtnlu frsm orer imiuit'MM. tM rwwi the mmi h i9r eflesttve than any dietetic Tn Imprerlsg tuetene ef thettumach Uvereomptalni. ekljH 8a fever, owl r&etuna...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 24 July 1897

BELLA'S ATONEBLENT. nr Anna Shield. g-rti r..g WO figures stood uuuur mo bhuiio oi a huge tree In n lit tli garden, one strung, met, dell auti the other drooping, tlmlil nnil pleading. It wn a rspetttten of the old. old stary of true lovers turn nntmlar br n cruel tale, a parting and rows et constancy nnd faithful love The HMD, Rodney Kirn, wm a fine looking young fallow of iwanty-elglit, who bad bean from Infancy the ward nnd darling of hi unci, James Klrko, believing himself always to lie the cer tain hair of that gmtltman and ever lila dutiful nephew from true. earnMt lore and gratitude. Ill tlfe had bcon a shadowed one. having little bright ness, for hi uncle for thirty yearn had teen an Invalid sometime well enough to move about In hla own ex tensive grounds, Hut often, for month together, confined to hU room and bed. suffering Intensely. When Rodney loft school and would have studls. a profession or entered upon some business career, hU uncle kept htm bound to hie chair, letti...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 31 July 1897

THE EDDY CURRENT. Peooa Vully to tho Front, Gronksrs to the Rear. VOL. V. EDDY, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 181)7. NO. H8 PIQHTINO COMMENCED Urltlth Holill-M -md Tfllintnn Hum flvr Cunfllct. London, July 23. A dispatch from Simla sayn yet another proof In given oC the. wave of fanaticism which la nwecplng nlong tho northwest frontier. Tho story In curious a shown how quickly tho tribesmen enn bo gtthorod tfnd how readily thoy respoad to tho appeals o( tho fanntlra Slnco tho Chllrnt campaign ended tho Swat vnlley has been perfectly peace ful, trade has been developed nnd tho Swats havo beon contented nnd have shown no slgnn of disaffection. On Mon day, howf-ver. without tho toast warn ing the whole population underwent a sudden chance. The first news that rearhed Malakland was that tho din turhance had occurred at Phann, near Chakgora bridge. A few hours lator news was received that tho Mullah, n priest who Is well nown locally, gath orcd a forco of armed men. raising the cry of o...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 31 July 1897

ghc gtltlj) $nmnt. W. II. MUl.l.ANIt, IuhiUlir I.DUY. KKVVMttXICO. r'rfmn Mr. iceeier motor -weald t r .1 timvr on Itself If It wsrs taken c it f riilUilclphia. A Inrai pnpr says that "Dr. Powell mk IiIk tiff yesterday by ahaotlMC at ('oiiinsiiiie. 111." Tlie doctor evidently Han a i rr bsd marksman. tien Wyler ha juat received one of I In fluiKt Kiddle horses ever raised In Mixmri nnil If ha doesn't crush the iiixiirrn Hon now It will In bseaauM he ai, find a telegraph nlttr-e. i" i.itiiatl, ti of Dublin baa de n.iHfr m the laat fortr yean tnm mm to 516.000. If Dublin waitU IB k-p from heromlng a hamlat aha should offer mora Inducements la pro H i 1 1 poliremcn. Th noose in tho Rfllilan bbk stwy prema to liara had a eettsln. A New York woman who IhhirIiI a dead duck r dinner found hi IU hotly a dlam nnil. whbh aha sold to a Jeweiar fer fit, CHAMPION OF ALL. I ho Kniim k- Court of Appeals baa itoMiii'l that an accident Inatiranee company tnnat pay to the heirs of a woman who i!ll of...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 31 July 1897

V 7 Insulin, Oklo., correspondence to tho New York World: The Westorn "bad" man In passing nwny. Tho desperado bids fair to become nn oxtlnot species. Tho eraok of tho six-sliootor Is no longer heard In tho Innd, hut lttefld, In tho quiet and peaceful twilight, vis itors to thin oneo wickedest town In tho wickedest region of the union hoar Moody nml Saukoy's songs sung by men vho woro such expert rlllo shots that thoy could pick n fly off a cow boy's lint a distance of two squares wiUfunorring certainly. Tho fnot of tho matter I tngalls and the adjacent towns ore nt thin moment enjoying a much-needed revival of re union. Cowboys and "bad" men no longer "go an the stout," but Instead attend revivals, prayer meetings and ftunday fchoot picnics. There Is not a saloon open In Ingalls, yet only re cently more whisky was drunk hero In proportion to tho population than nnywhoro olse. Nor Is thore any do Biro nn tho part of tho people to ro turn to their ovll wayc. It would hi Impossible to...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 31 July 1897

f 1 I W VP OWT I price ld fw mijfiir will shortly In wuvvw otimMi MmU tht lnbirititf liwinlo TH "V M II, At l 1. I. A X K Official Papor of Hddy County, ott'lil Organ tt tm tfE&j." I fcrtrtl NW Mi(. lilf.i l M.I) V M hm4 . MIm NtMtr Tl klt J lilt SI, (SOT SUtllMHimo.N KATKM. WMKt.Y-Ri mftilftr nbM ... 8 aulltwrm iMftllM ffOO. 114 mr ' -x-s.-vur. jit. i : a Tli" Italia Nw l.u. hii idllortfll of thei'.iii iidmnltu I try mi for nil vncutliiK KovtrnmAt ownership of th ii-icm jht, 4ikI quotes .)o Itollsy ;w (mwuk went mirwurtl tfolmt lliu pluti. Miillcy holili tint Kovwrninmit lum iNliip of Ultrsphs U Iom ilomo ci utic iIihii thnl tliH Korenimor t bo com it protltieer nnd llr of uomls. Jlulley to ft vury oor rtmsousr. Tito Knvommtnl to ulraudy a tratisjiortor of mull mill uulltlur of ships and owner of printing ofMoet . It It nlrwidy u pro iltiocr of printed umtter uiul works for tho public n llttlo clumper than thu common printer In pruiltiolnir envelops. The truo theory of dmnounio...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 31 July 1897

LOCAL. -Xq, hIio is not at homo." C. P. Thoraaion was up from Pecos, 'JThursduy. Mr.b. L. Oglo visited In Iloswoll WedliosUny. W. 0, Hamilton was In tho upper valloy Wednesday. Itov. Kdington was In town Wednes day on tilfl my to Jtl Paso. J. 0. Donny 11 knlgh of tho grip, wan hustling among Bddy murchuiita thin week. . II, II. Davis had concluded to Jro main in Eddy and expects Ids family In a low days, John Miller, tho carpenter, came up Saturday from Uutatow and moved his family this week. Ohas. Walters, tho P. V. Ity. brake man, left Tuesday for Do Soto, Nebras kato visit his family. Tho game of ball between Kddy and Florenoo last Sundunat Plorenco, was !H to 12 In favor of Kudy. Chas. Joyce passed through town on-routu to tils homu at Hoswell after a visit in tho east, Thursday. J. C. licit of tho Hat ranch was In town Thursday occompuuicd by Hor ace Williams of tho T-X outfit. Miss Winnio Cowan, of llngerman, who was very 111 with typhoid fever is now on tho road to recovery, ...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 31 July 1897

WANT PROTSOTION. Military l't Meeded tn ti ItiUtitlthed In ltm. Vah(noa. Julr J7. The tertiary ot i.ti unsldering a mpnIMoft that u in-n mail to Mm to eutabttok a Miliary pout in Alaska. At prsoosl tin j! nernment has dp troops In that vast i -iiiory, atMl lu view of Uie heavy Im migration now joins em and the mmI ' danger tn life, and property from i, !.. ( hararU-ra tm haa been urged I . leate nn Alaska military post. The mttiT. lal late-rent of the territory si Mi iKtttom of the movement and t ' i r. iin-Hird n company ttt Infantry ' M t a i lut linn ftun lrlado located at a to li lirlatf-nml ' Kort Alger." ti'-ir the Iwiundnrv lino about SM tnlle iif K :nlli n"l j:-io mllea ulMiva m iii niih of tlm Yukon river. The I. M i t I authorities in tha aeiminietro 1 1 .ft of Uw aii l for thn protection ot v I ilKht It was suggested 'hat In- Ii.ki la inanhnri over the Ttyae n.iLind route to thr post, whlrh will !. erected by contract for tha govern in tii If dln() lint tlila will he nwwH...

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