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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 28 November 1901

ft RED RIVER I OT7 J VOL. II RBD KIVEK, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THlUNIMy NOV U.MIH'.U fi8. tflfo Jtf, It TOR E. C, ABBOTT & Co. 'Successors to till Genera Merchandise AND 9- Miners Supplies, prices right. terms cash, THE RED RIVER STORE ol HEADQUARTERS FOR GROCERS AND MINERS' SlIPPLlFrS. HAY AND GRAIN. Wines, Lipuors and Tobaccoes. LOUIS MARC ATI. Store- .A. fine lino of Boots and Shoes. Hate and Caps, Cents Clothing and also a Large Line of Ladies and Gents Under Clothing' Our Pvipps Ai'f ITair- puf We Slake u itfjeciullfi of Mail Order- Taos, New Mex. ifost ofttob s Books, Drugs, The latest magazines for sale at all nd see us when yov want anything afHLl jiaara. "I Shoot Winchester Ammasiaca. IICE. Send Npme end kiim c.i Pc;t.il r HESTER BEPEAT1K3 Ml CO., Motions, Stationary! times and novels to renU. Oul in our line. Rcpeatisig Rifles ... ...LuSjtHnm fir All Of .Thnniiiuf. vOl'ii.33 !i cslr?'!o "Ci'Sbt rs and Welti his A r Ev eAVORIYCC. wOSl HUWTIKC. Model . i:'-3. 90 Army p...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 28 November 1901

Red River Prospector. nED RIVEH, NEW MEXICO Measurements of salmon leaps may now he Included in high-jump records. Standards we:e erected helow watcr ;fallB hy Norwegian fishery commlsalon era. The fish are credited with a max imum of twenty feet In the official re turns. Contemporary . nupcrs on land must own that the salmon Is a worthy competitor. The Swedish residents of Linllnfrtcm, Mich., have Introduced a custom of their fatherland, namely, th employ- merit of a community physician. A health association has bieri organized by the heads of 300 families, each of whom pays 50 cents a month toward tie salary of a physician, whose ser vices are at their command in case of Illness. Joan of Arc is to have another mon ument erected to her memory. This monument will he at Oomremy, France, her native place, and It is said that after the termination of the au tumn maneuvers the President of the Republic will visit the town to assist at the inauguration. Preparations are already being mad...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 28 November 1901

MANY EARTHQUAKES IN BEAUTIFUL JAPAN VM,IM1l''1-',iMM'l,M'i.'..1'.'l.'.''.'l..",'MMMM-,r' ,', .,-1,',-1,l,.i,l1,..,M,l,,)lI.,,., It was near the end of August that a mountain, or perhaps more properly (peaking, a high hill, was raaed by an earthquake to the level of the plain of Iarusa, In (he northern part of Japan. That hill was more than GOO feet high and covered forty acre of the outskirts of the village of Knlwayama. It sank In the night, and In thp morning thr terror-stricken residents of Kolway ama were startled to find that it had disappeared from view forever. Apropos of this occurrence. Mr. Clarence WINE TO THE GODS, TO PROPI TIATE VOLCANO'8 WRATH. Brownell, author of "Tales from Toklo," writes ihe fol owing account of his own experiences with earthquakes in Japan: "We were up to dine near the Im perial university in Toklo. Japan, one evening. In the beautiful puzzle-pathed grounds known as Kaga Yashikl, where once the Prince of Kaga had his palace. The building had bscome ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 28 November 1901

Red River Prospector. p pictorial Rumor jf A Grea-t Scientist World Honors Prof. Rudolph Vlrchow. BED RIVER, - NEW MEXICO. TINTYPES MAY PREVARICATE. IwciMit unit Foreign Labels Stamped on lh Covers. When the tintype man came out with the pictures he asked the young cou ple what address they would like stamped on the red paper cover. They didn't seem to understand the ques tion and he repeated it. "I can put on any place yuu like," he added. "I am provided with rubber stamps, with which I can stamp the name of every town of importance from Coney Island to Constantinople, and I can All in the date to suit my customers. Here is my local stamp. It says, 'In Old Coney Island.' I don't use that, how ever, nearly so often as the Beacoast and foreign labels. They come in handy for people who like to put up a bluff that they have been further away from home than they really have. These social frauds are a little late in begin ning their deception this year, owing to the backwardness of the s...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 28 November 1901

SAFETY OF RULERS. COSTLY DEVICES TO INSURE THEIR PROTECTION. The System In Rnssla Developed Into Almost a Hclenee Emperor William Carefully Uuiarrted siiithi I'roteellon for KTigianil's King;. One result of the dire calamity brought about by the flondlBh work of the nnarchlHt-assassln, Czolgosz, Is to make more uneasy than or dinarily the heads that wear crown. In all European countries elaborate precautions are taken to Ins ire the safety of the ruling monarchs nnd some of the systems in operation have attained such per fection that they may almost be term ed a Bdenco. Fanatical anarchists, ever ready to grasp an opportunity to wroab harm to thoso In power, make it absolutely necessary for large forces of armed guards to protect the heads of governments, but, even with these precautions, no monarch travels with a feeling of security. t'fcar C'arcfnllj (laardrd. The precautions taken to shield the life of the czar are greater and devised wliti more foresight and at much greuter expe...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 28 November 1901

Rd River Prospector 8 j 18. Vol. II. f V tort tor Thunday at Bed h . Trios County. New Mexico Y .iKUONT C. STEVENS. PtfMtMM EnUrrd Second-Class Maiir utth; Red Rlf r, New Mexioo. I'oMdlUcr 1 ' - ItATKS OF rtrHSUHIPI'lUN . per year iTeakly, six months. . Wwkly, three mouth 1.50 ,78 AO LOCAL. li. J. Youno spoilt a day at two in Kliahethtown, thia week. The dance last Saturday evening was far from being a success. Joe Know-land was over from the .Moreno valley last Sunday. B. M. Whitt left Tensday, lot Pueblo, to he gone for two or three weeks. S- W. Thompson left Tuesday, for San Luis and Ft. Garland for a load of freight. Mrs. A. W. I'hi)ps ami sort Charles, maih- a luisiness trip t. Questa, lat -Saturday . T. A U elaoa netumed to camp from AlatiuiH'i, last Sunday. Be ta pleaaed to be at home once more. The social at Mr. and Mrs. Dave ' Hooaentaai Friday evening was a nleasnnt nifnir 411 ...-,...0 taiasnui aiiau. -u present re ported n uleasaiiteveuiiu' pm im n asajiL i veiiiiig. m. ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 5 December 1901

RED RIVER PROSPECTOR. RED BTVER, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MI E. C ABBOTT & Co. Successors, to tlu- General 1 reliaiaclise Miners Supplies. PRICKS itlGHl . TERMS CASH. THE RED RIVER STORE of HEAD QUARTERS F()i: GROCERS AND MINERS' SUPPLIES. 11 AY AND GRAIN- Wines, Lipuors and Tobaccoes. LOUIS MARC ATI. Gri isc l o i f s Ml j i t i im o 1h toie. A. fine line of Jotjts and Shoes. Flats siiid Caps. Gents Clothing and also Large Line of Ladies and Gents Under Clothing Ovir JPvices Are TT'air StuFWc Make a Spevlaltjf of Hall Orders' Taos, Mew Wlex. POST O-PFIOH STOHS. "Book: Drvurs, The latest magazines for sale at all nd seeus'when yov want anything jiu'pnuHafJuu I 1, Ii Shoot TV oti o n 81 Stationervt i tinn, in on llOod Of thl Statehood! Statehood Mexico! Fight for it. In the death of Editor Eaton the Raton Qaxette, Northern S Mexico looses a true1 friend. David 1? llendnrson of lmvi iaiu i). iienuerson ui low a, was re-elected Speaker of the house The Democrats voting Tor Jams, 1). Richar...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 5 December 1901

Red River Prospector. RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. The annual exportation of flowert from the Riviera now amounts to 000,000 In value. Significant, la It not, that a police man or a reporter, who wants to And anarchists always looks for them In a saloon? The demon alcohol and the Bend uf anarchy are natural boon com panions. k Boston capitalist, who has recent ly completed a tour of the Siberian (old fields, says that the country is a second California. The mines In the Nertchlnsky district, he says, are, per haps, the richest In the world, but are worked In the most primitive way. A building; In a Georgia settlement displays this unique sign: "School ol learning. Iessons given In poetry writing and noveltry. Also, will teach music to you, and dramatics. Hide? and wool taken for cash. Also, as the winter season Is coming on, oak wood and kindling." Ground fleas and mosquitoes are blamed for the epidemic of malaria which has broken out on Second ave nue, New York, along the line of ex cava...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 5 December 1901

BULGARIA HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR WORK OF THE BRIGANDS GREAT UNKNOWN ISLAND BAFFIN LAND IS NEXT TO GREEN LAND IN SIZE. Sofln, Rulgnrln, No. 1.1. Consul Gon otnl Dickinson of Conwtntitinoplc linn stipplcim-uti-il Ills vorlml representa tions to tht Bulgarian government by n note to-dny In which lie reenpltu lntes Hie history of tlio nliductlon by liriKnmls of .MIhs Ellen M. Stone and her eoinpnnlon, Mine. TRilkR. nnd the ste ps taken to obtain her relensc, and reminds the foreign minister of his promise to (rive every assistance. He also Instance! whore the attitude of subordinate officials has not con formed with this assurnnce. Finally, Mr. Dickinson repeats his demand for the non-lntctfernnce of the govern BMAI In the negotiations. The government's reply, according to the opinion expressed In official circles, will set forth that while hesitating to establish the precedent that the gov ernment give protection to brigands in treating for the ransom of captives, in the present case, inv...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 5 December 1901

WILLIAM McKEAN, Rad !vcr Prospector MIN1NC I (!itb of Tlio Pliippi l'liinim rn, r. ( 'olorad uliv tlio siul news Hurry nnd Chnrkjli B liivor that 1 nomas I wn killed ner Klor jthe LiWt ( bin Entoi RAT EM OF Hi ll Wor kly, per your. . Wwkly, mx iii.n.tl T.vkly, thr.v m,,, n:i piion .40 local i family II. Kwn i r '1'boh. thic week. .lolm Pearson, Sr. wns over from j I'.liHbthtown. totlay.-l I. VV. ll,.illy whs ovrr to KliKft I -I htown Min wvk . r.'ui,' Macnrli n'.tj Horton Tieo arc visiting in Kli.nbetlitown. Mis. A. 15. Ken, linn of Santft Fe is visitii.;,' in Taos, while Iter bv.S. baivl is iiU. i, !iii", rohrt. Hemembei tin Onion Sunday h, -hoot. It meeU every Sabbath nornini; at 10 . m. in tli school wilding. 15. .1. Voiinu, A. M. Kv. nu; and r,M. llatlon were araomr th Re, 'iivi-iites that aUdndei court at "aos, this week. A deputy slierilf was in camp st.'iday. lie invited H. 0. Lo- in to appear as a Witness be tore the grand jury. Preaching next, Sunday iiiojn ; j, and evening...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 12 December 1901

4 RED RIVER PROSPECTOR. k.VOL. II BID mm, TAOS COUNTS, nkw mexioo. THURSDAY DECEMBER 12. 1901 NO E. C. ABBOTT & Co St'iocessor.s to t,L Grene ra 1 IVTox-ohand iae Miners pricks h1gh1. A N I) S u ;P P L I E S TERM8 CASH. Kew Mexico Demand State- or men on tin, fJold ting RDd Gold j dntj to place all m.-h land hood of the oTth CohgttM. Qfaaen, near the Scerlet and Gold-' Krau,8 "Vn the tax r011 for j on Treasure. venx, opposite nn assossnmnl. lt Statehood ! Sttiriiood for New 1 T , BV? yf Mexico! Ficbtfbrlt It.is-rcported that fliaW ncf ,b WK;VI riKniioric. Mi.iin.r Dr) r:ii " ; a,,ov' stated ; except such yenr H . muling ami JUilIiinr company has fL u. i i . , . ... .niAhtt 4 V. ' , they haw baen proper y Biibiwtted ' ,t))(1 a" their interest n t 1 s eamn L i . , lexas delegation in cont'ress is . .. f' to taxnt.ion as shown by the records. ftflMttff the admission 2 t'?3Tl S" 3 Includes For the purpose of aU6Mtnent the ngUg the almisHion ot Ne the null helow town and their ! area...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 12 December 1901

Red River Prospector. MDD RIVER, NEW MEXICO. Budapest, Hungary, has fifty lehurches in which divine service Is onducted in twelve different Inn guages. A farmer In Addison, Me., haa a beep which this year yielded two fleeces, one black as Ink, and the other as white aa snow. Russian engineers are experiment ing with a military kite which will, It ta hoped, prove useful for recommend ing reconnoitering purposes. The metric system of weights and measures was adopted by France in 1790, by Holland in 1816, by Belgium In 1820, and by Sweden in 1889. A three-wheeled cab has made Its eppearance In London. The third wheel runs In front of the passenger and la to save him from accident should the horse fall. The best-lighted street in the world la the famous thoroughfare of Berlin, Unter-den-Linden, it Is Illuminated by three lines of electric lights, which are separated by two lines of linden trees. The Alaska Indians have a violin closely resembling In form the primi tive Instrument of the...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 12 December 1901

PRESIDENT'S VIEWS AS GIVEN IN HIS FIRST ANNUAL MESSAGE WMblnfton, Dor. 3. There wns a very good nttt-ndnnrc In tho gnHr-rlns of tho House tn-tlny to listen to tin: rending of the first niessnffe of Prosl dffBt Hoosevelt. Orrilnnrlly presiden tial messatres at the opening of a Con gress are listened to In perfunctory fashion, hut to-day throughout the reading the keenest Interest was man ifested. Hardly a member left his seat until the reading was concluded. The principal features of the mes sage are as follows: "To the Senate and House of Hepresen tatlves: "Tho Congress assembles this year under the shadow of a great calamity. On the lth day of September President McKlnley was shot by an anarchist while attending the Pan American Ex position at Buffalo and died in that city on the 14th of that month. "Of the last seven elected Presidents he Is the third to hnve been murdered, and the bare recital of this fact U suffi cient to Justify grave alarm among all loyal American citizens. Mo...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 12 December 1901

d River Prospector A. W. Phipps hikI tc made a businefs trip last week. Bobt. HaltnD was i Qhftsta, this week. if THE MORENO VALLEY if WILLIAM McKEAN, Evtry Thurnday at Red Ibos County, AVie Mexico. i at ntt. S f A T ' E and FREIGHT LINE, I'.MONT C. 8TEV rerovl Second Close Matter h the River, New Mexico, Postofrkr. KATES OF 6LBMCRIPTK Weekly, per year Tetkly, six mouths swlffy, three month 1.50 .75 .40 LOCAL. Logau visited Qucala this H. 0. eek. 1-aatrict court, at T.m ml i,n..,i ;isf Saturday. George Walters visited Quests, mat Tensday. 0. H. Brigham of the Edison, was in town, Tuesday. Ed. Ilattou made a business trip to CJnesta, last Saturday. While District Court was ;n Setsion, Red River weutdrv. P. H. Hanson took out uutura)- i.atiou papers at Taos last week AH of the Red Riveries thftt were atending court at Taos, have letnrneil. Be v, W.J. Wright preached a -cry able, sermon last Sunday evening. Mert Logan was in towi'i with the Jorden'.Ji from Tns.l'ifdraa,the j.ast week. ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 19 December 1901

'l 7 1 w1-? 2 RED RIVER PROSPECTOR fcVOL. It. BBD KIVElt. TAOS 0O1JNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY DECBMBfiB lft. 11103. no a- E. C. ABBOTT & Co MINING NEWS It is now Governor Fercrson of Jf n H mwn of our big men 'iii-.i . Kino fcir Washington, tbe great responsibility of 'Ncw Mexico, win j fligelow i deopiofr .tnej NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION V! A. NO, V. to tllf Greneral M I N E R J PRICES RKUl'I IS D T" , 7 ' - Now Mexico Demands State- fell Upon the M.oirlders of us-BigQute near tlte BteaV 3 . .1 - . tt ' IV.. t hood' of the. 57th Congress. smaller frier. We understand work haa leen - M . uiiuuiBiaiiu r .i iv l UteW Suitobood for New ' 'I te . , . , . oUtrt le are after the new milita ! mhw rinr. ior it. S U :P PLIES TERMS'CASHL ' rv nwst to be tttfthtitthrt v0, I " . in n . . , , ' Mexico or Arizonrr.. Ifthtftr are. ' . ' , any nioro candidart for tho nor.or, ' j the natson .lo,ooo,ooo to establish , ., tJ please stand up and be cofffltatt. I a national university in the city of -; -...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 19 December 1901

Red River Prospector. RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. A wenlthy resident of a town In Miller county. Mo., nan selected a site near his own home and 1b building for himself with his own hands an elabo rate tomb. For six scholarships recently award ed by the Georgia School of Technol ogy there were 660 applications. Th's Is accepted as evidence that the young white men of the South are Inclining toward manual and mechanical work as a career. Georgia papers note this change of sentiment with much satis faction. Formerly there was a preju dice against mechanical labor. A pathetic example of devotion to art has Just occurred In New York. Leonard Cordes, long a noted orches tra player, was dying on Wednesday, when he called for his violin. It was a valuable Italian Instrument and when lie took it In his hands he began play ing "When tho swallows homeward fly." JtlSt as he finished playing that beautiful melody his heart ceased to beat. In the coffin with him will bo buried his loved violin. The ro...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 19 December 1901

' - W i aa mmm The Rnow upon the hillside lay. Ami thntehed the cottage roof, The web of vines by the Pilgrim's door Was filled with ley woof. The bouffhj were leafless on tho trees. Across the barren plain The north wind swept despairingly And moaned like one In puln. (It whimpered like Rome huncry child That clusps Its parent's hand And pleads for bread when there Is none In nil the dreary land.) Above the little Plymouth town, Circling with empty maw. Mocking their hunger, llew the crow, Shrieking his "huw, haw, haw." Patience, a blue-eyed maiden, (Her eyes with tears were dim). From hunger feeble, trembling knelt And raised her voice to Him. "Dear Dod." she said In pleading tones, Tender, plaintive and sweet. "We'd almost 'tarved, an' won't 'oo please Send down some flngs to eat?" Then all day long her watchful eye (lazed down the village street, Not doubting but she soon would see Some one with "lings to eat." And, io! before the sun had set. With wild fowl laden down. Four hun...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 19 December 1901

mmi an m i i i Prosocctor Vol. II. .Yerj, Thursday at Fed Tenia County, .Yew Mexico. HklttlONT C. ETEfrV. Entered as Second Class Matter hi the Red Rlvar, New Mex ioo, Postoffice. jai RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION Weekly, per year it Wekly, six months Weekly, three month LOCAL. 1.50 .75 J. C. Me.Colltitn is pick with the rliematism. I. T. Burns returned to Taos, last Monday. E. C. Eubank was a visitor at Queetn, last week P I. McColhim has heen very sick the past few days. Harry Holt was down from An chor, last Saturday bight, Ilyiiian 8. Barns is runniiiLf an en trine at MiHuftVis. Colorado. . I (JnCle John H. Villiani3 is j pending the wiiiter in Oklahoma, i r T x- i I O J. rpWH last Monday, took' ti. W. Brown's bnttSshold Kods to tjte creek. In a few day.", a fine line oh can dies, nuts and popcorn will lie on sale at the postoffice. W. D. Cannon and son, ObaIes left for the Turner ranch yester day to be gone for few days . T. A. MslsoD f ft last Tuesday, ior Alamosa were, hi has four or...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 26 December 1901

r i a: rUoi fcVOL. IT RED RIVER, TAOR COUNTY. NEW MEXIfcv . MIUUHDAY DECEMBER 20. L&01 NO ifr KJti VEK ECTOR E. C. ABBOTT & Co Suroessors to th Genera Merolxaiiciise Miners prices right . S g RED RIVER STORE 1 nr. HE AT) QUARTERS FOR GROCERS AN1 MINERS' SIJPPLIF.S. HAY AND GRAB- Wines, Lipuors and Tobaccoes. LOUIS MAROATl. Grtisdorf 's St ore- A. lino lino of I-ioots and Shoes, liate and Caps. Cxonts Clotliing and also a TL.ar;e Tjine of Toadies and Grents Under Clothing Our -.Prices A.re Fair- Make a bptotoitg of Bfail Orrhm- Taos, - New Mex. Hooks, Drugs, The latest magazines for .-ale at !! nd see us when yoy want anything 'sjMram.-jw.r.. laSil (IDBiRbwi mm liaKSgaK Hbooi Win I WiNOKrSi'tB N l.i u P P L I E S TERMS CASH. .LVEanimo'th "NTotionst Stationery, j Gall, times and novels to rent, in our line. i Li. . i f Afiaetinir W gSDem..,..!,. ..T,. "T..? .. 119 IfM. M IV . J'. ooUbw, -'jAo lio!i,'- fij I htt ! 1 d cs naUliar, " Xahu Ujtvn," weight I j I km. Made for u KMe o...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 26 December 1901

Red River Prospector. RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. After a woman succeeds In getting the wedding ring where (she wants It ha begins to say what she means. A. bachelor says that lovo Is a com bination of diseases an affection of the heart and an Inflammation of the brain. There was a remarkable gathering at the funeral of ilr. J. S. Trexler, at Kutztown, Pa. llefore his death ho provided that every man attending his funeral should have a free dinner, and over a thousand persons availed them selves of his offer at the two leading hotels, where arrangements had been made to feed the multitude. Harry Mangum and Jim Robinson, two colored men, disputed over a game of craps In Jackson, Tenn. Mangum drew a pistol and Robinson fled, pur sued by the other. After Mangum had fired two shots he fell dead from heart disease. The Intended victim Is re garded with awe, and It Is believed be was saved by a providential mir acle. "Don't watch the clock." was Mr. Edison's advice to a young man who recently ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
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