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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 28 May 1898

LOCAL . T. J. Cooper lina a very sick boy. f2ln Jjio. IJoiton Is utlll very low. Qlmrlov Hasooe Is down With Blow fever. ' Jtit. and Mrs. J. S. Oroilor have t sick bauy-tonsllltls. Mr. and Mrs Mo Onrthy havohndn very sick bnby for the past week, v ilov. II. Kompkor has been In linn orninri this week. Service to tnorrmv at 0 (Mock. WffcAr Thayer has purehaHcd the Downs plnco In Dark oanon thirty miles west of town. h. D. Hmlth. father of C. U. Smith of A the Pecos Xews died nt Hulotry, Uos- ijtto Co. Tex. lust Thursduy. V, II. Woods, Jim iJlakeleyaftdJno, Walker formerly of Seven ittvers left yesterday for AlamoRordo. Tho Castallau meeting oumo off Wed ncsday night ns announced and K. M Skonts' paper was very Interesting, II. D. Daykln of Kdgorton Ohio, who has been herb n couple of months, for health left yesterday for home much improved. D. W. Usrhnrt, a show man of sev oral years experience, will put on u minstrel show for the flro department shortly, with home talent. Al Walkor n...

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. — 28 May 1898

GENERAL BOYiNTON. PRESIDENT OF TUB QHIOKA MAUOA PARK OOMMIBSION. He It nt I'reient Charged nllli lm psrlaiit Work at it HmhU of the Ureal Military Mnnoeuter Nt Thai UtitOrlo Plaen. MfCBItAL hiikry VAX N'lIM HOW TDK, president of t k e CMektauNn Park commission, wbo It n o w in chsrge of tks blR military rendezvous on that historic ground, retired whip years ago from the chairman ship of the correspondents' press com MlttM at tke capital. Pur mora than a quarter of a century the general wai Washington correspondent (or Clucln ttatl newspapers, and (or rmn ha waa known aa tke dean nf the correspond ents' corps. Few correspondents at Washington have kail a wider reputa tion than the president of the park com Mission. For twenty-six years ho rep rasonied the Commercial Gazette of Cincinnati, a post lis relinquished In PW ysnrs later be returned to the service of the big Cincinnati paper. Ha sot hli Journalistic genius (rum his father, who waa an editorial contribut or to the Commarelal ...

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. — 28 May 1898

Dlil II. The helpfulness of a gtHKl man, when It i moii to assistance in demesne at fain. In apt to be iery murh like thai of tin. Mr. Heker whwr exploit la nar row below: Ilia wlfa hat asked Mm to bang n picture aha knd purchased for the parlor, anil tie hail said that he would no It "In a jlflv." "Von hiiwi . 1 . , - Ketone the eon nml n picture hook," i At aald to hla wife, "and tell tho nor Yant girl to run down collar and hrlng up the itep ladder and carry It Into the jsrlor; and Where's thoio two little Jerow thlng-a-ma-Jlgs that no Into the back of the frame at the aide lo put tho rord through? Look them up tor me; and I'll need tho gimlet to (rare a little bole for the scrows. Somebody Ret the gimlet, or maybo I can drive tbcm In with n hammer. Johnny, you run down collar and Ret the hammer, iff don't know but a chair will le better than the itep ladder for me lo Hand on. Somebody po out Into tho kitchen and Bet me a chair. I don't want to stand on one of the parlor chain, d...

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. — 28 May 1898

OATT. W. T. SAMPSON MOST DAniNQ OFFICER IN THE AMERICAN NAVY. n fi Hi Hon of lliimhl 1'iirenta How II Worked lilt Wajr Tlirnuili Annaoo tfHU lltrnlim a, Llutunl lu tli 01ll 1Vr. (Washington Utter.) iftSSEift IMC man at nil IP? oUwn In the naval IF? aervlco who now IE stands out moat awl p ro m I n c a t ly In J f'nnt William T. Sampson, eommnn-der-ln -rhlef of the North Atlantic naval station. Up to the time he wn l"w, appointed president of the court of Inquiry charged with In vestigating the cause of tho Malno'a destruction he wna comparatively .n known except In naval circle. HI onreer, while Interesting and hrllllant lM one mrh, had run In a quiet groove, and was not full of ihoee stirring Inel ddHts of life on tho water about which people lev to read and hear. lint hewever little prominence he aoeurod until recently outside of naval circles, the present naval administration know IiIih to be n man of mettle and nhlllty, nnd has every confidence that he will gits a good account o...

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. — 4 June 1898

THE EDDY CURRENT Fgoos Valley to tho Front, Oroakors to the Ranr. VOL. VI. EDDY, NEW MEXICO, SATUHDAY, .JUXIS 4, 181)8. NO. 8(1. rtiiLirriNc insurgents. Said to Dc Well Soppllcd With Am munition and Arms. New York. Juno 1. A correspondent at Manila telegraphs: Tlio Philippine Insurgent retgtvetf last Tuesday 1000 Mauser brsSfltWll erg and 200.000 ro mi its of nttimtinltlon and have lieon busy ever Bluet In eel ting their mrn together. Hen. Agulualdo Mid that he bad M0 Mausera. captured front the Spaniards, whirl), wild the rllles Just received, will enable lilm to arm u 'ore equal tt the detachment of Spaniards now In tlio province of Cavlta. About two mile back of the town of t ut ile den. Agulnaldu uleo has Art modern brnecti-loadliig Hold pieces with a moderate atipply of common field shells and shrapnel. The mm of Qeu. Agulnaldo'a force are of auiall stature and look aa though they imd not had nnntigu to oat for a Ions time, hut they nro very tough. Two of them whom 1 noticed wo...

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. — 4 June 1898

VH. II. MUjZAWIt, Iublllir. itDor, - - N. SI. tllXAS IIAI'l'l.XI.XOS. Thm wm soven cmMiMlat of tat in I'mm hth school tola ynur. Am Up preparations nro MnJt t4 for building H untOM depot Bt Pwt Worth The Trxj Lumbermen's aaawkttlon IkI'I nn inter tlnt aviltoii at Waeo Uki week. Work on lhe ro(tn MM) oil mill uo IliK ruled at Ablbno kH progTMaod 1(1 (he second tor? Kolx rt llalley. a painter by nctlM tion. il-l very suddenly nt Maaki on lk night of the IMIi A. small boy named Henry ThofflBSfttt foil In a well NHd wm drowned at llano, Jokttaou county. rwoat girl graduate are receiving liMora at tba heads of colls presi dent all over the stale. Itov. W. U Drowning, the "walking ovstigollst," has gone to Paris lo cu ti ll mt a series of services. Mr. 1'rod Ifverett Smith, mill Iter of the lytmwood ntitl I lost on (Mum.) railway I visiting Texas, A roshltnee. owned by 1-evr Scruggs ntitl oeeupled by Dhii Murphy, wan de xtruywl liy (Ire on the night of Hie Mlh tit Oftliiesvlllo. '11m botl...

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. — 4 June 1898

SEARCHING FOR CERVERA The Graphic Account of a Fruitless Trip. tomlon. May 38. A dispatch from Kingston Mri: Despite the mcMt energetic e.reh the whoreabotiti of the Spanish Cape Verde Squadron remains unknown to the American authorltlM. On iat Thurs day Cervera wm reported to bo at San tiago do Cuba, -.-.: Hihloy left Key A Wost for that port, Nio next morning J learned whoic "ue squadron was bound and was enabled to follow aboard tho llrltlsh ship Premier. Slnco then wo have beon engaged In a frult lem scorch for tbe Spaniards In the gulf and Caribbean Boa. Monday morning wo came up with the Amcrloan ships oft Cloiifucgos and heard that Ccrvera was In Clcnfuegos harbor, but owing to tho naturo of the port It wni Impossible to loam from tho sea whother this nowa was correct. The American squadron, which consisted of the Iowa, Massachusetts, Texas, Ilrook lyn, Mnrblohead. Castlne, Vixen Magic and Dupont, maintained a oloso block ado of the entrance. The topmasts of throe or four lar...

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. — 4 June 1898

TUB VM. it. il U I. h A X K ODlclal Paper of Bddy County. OSctat Organ of Town ct Eddy. I'ubixMi mq Kr M Max Snl.t ( in KM; X M . f oIKihMiwtf SiTDJlViT. JDMK 4, 1898. KtfBHCHtlTlON KATIJB. WKKKUY-Hjawrtliwr jy raitljf rtiUlM urn iu. Announcement. RRHouac mll a enniMUta tor jlor, mdmwi 10 in iwMim J l. vtAlilwut. Tlmt Urltlsli Alliance. Tlu talk of n llrlt uii ntimuou still cotitlntiN anions tha uiiKloiiiniiwca It would imih that uono uf thu paoplo who iwnly ndvooato Una atp art- con vprKimt with tlif liimory "f tlda nation or Uiwelmraolurof tlw jiwiplo who coin .( tU ThufnllowliiKaroafuwfauta r InMary brotiKlit out by tliu iHitrlotle nKHUMaf Au.urloa In traiifMrunolw in it parudo In Phllttdfclphin tlw other dliy: "Itnffland ant amiillpox liiMlctl ruK to Nuw York In 18012." Who btirnod tin- Uupltnl iitWush iRflPti In ISM?" NAtt a'llanue with ISnglBtul iiiouiif tlw downfall uf Aiiwrlouii ilburly." Who Imt hnrraaaud Atnorloaii lUhur nu n for IGOytMraV" Who omiittd thu Wyoming umaait. ...

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. — 4 June 1898

LOCAL . Locotnotlre No. 0 It out of the obopi completely rebuilt. Q on. Offing It over In La Lut look- f Intc orcr the country. Charles Swonson moved from Mal aga to Eddy till week. ,S John llyrno has u forco of Moxlatns . shearing his Hock of 4,300 tlx miles ' BOUtll. Tom Fletcher and John Hakln have , purchased the do Lcntuluifurm iieur MuIuku, Nib Jones of Dark Canori, reports a son born thu 2nd and Al. MontKomcry of Muluna u son the 1st. CCasslfroli who occuplua the old Lavcrty stand furnishes I he thlrs.y all kinds of cold drinks. k Mrs.Ueo. Duiioun who has been In an Insuiisiblo condition for soverul days In uotexpituted to Hvo. Mrs. I. Ituio and children from Kl 1'uso vlNlted with Mrs. Utile's mother Mrs. I.. Andarsnn the pust week. Then. Kerr ruturiied from Tnyuh Tax. Saturday. Thoo. Is now In the employ of thouumpNiiy ut llugurinan. Ilov. ISuiitlitK of Pecos, visited Ud ly iHkt Saturday, thu wiml of Dr. Km union, who prfueheil ut l'ucos Suiiduy. Can't Kludur has sold his mi...

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. — 4 June 1898

COLLIDED in A tut). Tke Ofllled Statu Orclser Columbia Ac cldenlallr Sinks a Britisher, law York, Inited States May 19 When the rruleer Colnmhtn. In ommand or ('apt. Sande, anchored off I'lmpklnevllle, S. I . yesterday after noon. It waa ri-n that aha hail n lnrg jad hole stove in her surbswrd aid abreasl of the main moat ami Immedl Mtnly forward of tha after batter; Above the water line Ilia bole ex faded about ten feet high and six te.t wmw ami nuir nr nwn wi wuivr Hue tha rmleer waa damaged could not lut IMMtfllUAli MBll HnUll It 9 f It a MM I ..inn wohW give any Intormntteu In regard to tha accident. An oon na the vel caw to anchor the captain and i rew. twenty-one in all, or the Hrltlitt mi turner PoMolle. whleh left this purl Saturday with a canto of machinery and merchandise ror IlorttmHx come j whore. Neither the captain nor uny or Ms crew would talk when they landed, Hiid lti at once for New York, to rt- j irt to the ageuta of the company to wliuh the Teoael belonged. No ti...

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. — 4 June 1898

Hint to t'ntU num. Now that tho government bs called cm m.WO troop of the National Onnrd iind termed oamp In every State, the great question confronting the nutliorltlM nre, flnt, how to (e(l the men, nml secondly, how lo keop them In good health. New troop, tiul , denlr raFlM from comfortable homes ito the privation of enmp, are sure to b'cnwic subject to varloui kind o( complaint. Weeping on the ground, celling wet. end other kind of ex posure ftiiporlndttco rhotimntlem. ncti rslglo, catarrh, thmn, hajr-fever, yel low fever and other kindred III. It I undertnod, nn n precautionary tea. tire. that eertnln cclenttfle gentle men of promlnenco nro seeking to supplant qulnlno and other drm tie tonic by what I known n IvlYUL O Tj,e flrtt thing tho hospital nuthurltle should do Is to Iny In a supply of "Hvs nropi." which I a sure ctiro for the nbovo mentioned complaints, and mnny other. No regimental doctor should be with out them, a at n smnll cost tho rov eminent may thus save much fut...

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. — 4 June 1898

5 Deadly Submarine Mines w Methods by Which They Mny Be Rendered ft 2 Useless Countcrminlnii. WW ff? Allele from thn navigable or auto mobile torpedo, the paMlve torpedoe or mine Mint guard tho entrances to port RRlnnt unweleomn visitor aro the rnom dreaded of all present per fected means of lubuquntlo warfare. There aro two kind of mine used generally far thin purpose, and they n re, flnit the observation mine, -which U exploded by nn observer when he km that the fn'i vessel In over that threatening ms of 600 pounds of tun cotton; nnd second, the oleetro contact mine, which, containing About eventy-flve pound of the iimo explo sive, burst when touching the bet torn of an enemy's craft, And, Ueeaus of actual contact, needs a smaller chargo to accomplish Us dreed pur pot. 'Nits pleetro-eonlart mlno to really the moat dangerous to cope with, for but a alight tilting causes the otee trio oireult to ctoao, nnd tb chargo to bo fired, A sudden Jerk upon its cable might work that hnvoe. Th...

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. — 11 June 1898

THE EDDY CURRENT , Pocoa Vnlloy to the Front, Grotikors to tho Ronr. VOL. VI. EDDY, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1898. NO. FORTS ARE BADLY TORN UP. The Unltod States Vessels Did Some Work That Caused Much Damage. A Perfect Hurricane of Fire Was Rained Up the Fortifica tions of Santiago tie Cuba, ftnntlnB I'nrls I Irnl On. Kingston, JiinialM. June 8. Tho fleet formed In double columns nix mlloa off Morru rastls at 8 o'clock Munday morning and steamed slowly to UO00 yards off shore, tho Ilrooklyn tending, followed by the Marblehoud. Texas and Massachusetts, and turned westward. Tho second lino wo tho New York lending, with the Now Orleans, tho Yankee, lown and Oregon following to tho eastward. Tho Vlxeu nnd 8uwane were fnr out on tho loft, watching tho riflemen on shore. Tho Dolphin and 1'orter did similar duty on tho right Hank. Tho lino, headed by tho Now York, attacked tho now earthwork near Morro castlo. Tho llmoklyn col uinn took up a station opposite the Kstrelln mid Catullna ...

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. — 11 June 1898

Qrtldit (Snrreitf. I llV. N. M. TUXAO MINOR MUNTION. Tarn lllgglns wm tartly stabbed nt Terrell. Port Worth It .to lvo a free kinder pirten school. The fwlolIlN nl Port Arthur It new Id t)i presklotttlfll class. Herorotloti iky wih npriieprwtely ob served all over the slate. The now electric Ififht nmimny In Dalles has commenced fmnlfhlbg light. T. 8. Martin of OrfipevlnB dropped dead from boart illwsfe on Ilia Srnl In irtant. Mill! county hit NtoWiri $1 I.WO St cnurtbou bunds hebl by tbe school fuutl. The rcHrts of tbc (KSt department or Arll and May h is grew ted lS, 4M.M. Sixteen girls and eight bar ranttliuU id lb grsdustlng class of MeKlnuoy college. Prof. 1111 of Helton hu tow elertad principal of the tlfih district school of (la Ives ton. Tim Ilrnaori Und untt Cattle corn Iny be Increased Iti capital ttok from tHO.W to tW.0t0. Mrs. M I Potter of Chlrsgo ami II. P. Hutches of Oalveston wtr mar rled nt Chicago on the lit. The par Hot bad bn playmates at Andover, Mara. Mrs. Port...

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. — 11 June 1898

The Usurer daughter. BY CHARLOTTE M.BRAtME. INTERNATIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATION CHAPVXIt XVII. WK18K after thU llttlt Incident Arley Ilansoma called to see hli daughter; l lio wished to eon gratulnte Her nn her success Iti Mel ty. to tell liar nil Hint he hail heard In her pi-alto, nnd how 111 nuMt son- ctllna tiranina wara .being rcaUxod. As tho father of lady Cnntven. pooplo thought It worth their wnne to coneiiinto itlm. II was In VltOtl tfl lintISM Which hafnra till, irnir. rioge tin hnil never honed to entor: he had been made welcome In the drawing rooms of IlelRravIa and Mayfalr. What wat even bolter, hit proctlee wai In creasing. Ariey itntisomo was a Imp py man. He woe shown Into tho llbrnry.where the young countess sat alone, royally henntlfitl. In n cIom fitting dram of hlaek volvot velvet tlint fell In rMt folds and swept the ground around nor. tho charming heed and fnee wero sot off hy the derlc drntisrv. hn hold a hook In her hands, but she had not rami one word It containe...

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. — 11 June 1898

1 1 itll.HHl t I. 11 II L I , . . ;i. II. H 1. L A licit) Oriu tMA ttftMy. 'I iH I'JII n;n el-) ..I Ml Ni Mi t 5ATail IN Hi I8 t'R HI'' '' HTW WKKKI V Biall !' """ Hr wii M.nri. Si.ee. Announcement Dtnmcratlc Prlnelplo. Fran Statement of the Ttwn iy the Democrats ofNrw Mexico. I ti the f K Mio: IV T.rrltoiW JtwoBHtlo eeiHIU.i ... ti.. i.t.lutfv of Nw Melieo, dteslaliu itttaatHin l Mtfl ' " INlltiaf Ktl i ra..ttoua of INS tr tireMiiMiftea Mf tee twaworau" ,.nt L. Ml in ftiMvmUou to muni- unto eawHaeto 'f U.WM1 WBKf nrnl to dMMrw the prluclplea ot Ue party In fcwrtfB with tiin homtfaU tUoiiu It mlfUntile l thM tlwe lo dealer the tiuriKM of tfco ilwmmHlio urtfAnU lion within inta tertlMir) U. eadestor ujr nil honuriibl menu to mwim the neeom plUl.metit of tea foUuwlBK HMlhi Mrat V ilMlr i bkII iHoue her moi.lua- ofBBNlnttHon nil rale of the uiritor; ot New Meileo who edroeaw II., fr.t end anlnalted oonf of slltr and gold at Mm ratio of 10 to 1. Unwind -Ha tu nntt '" tU the tame of(tUii...

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. — 11 June 1898

4 Fi iS 9 LOCAL . lludolph lUiInouoldtta 111 town to day. Cotton Is fulling fretn tlie ireo nil over town. Then. Kerr wdl lit town from lla- Itorin til, tills weuk. Mr. MoiJiirnoy luft Thursday fur Ills ohl Khiiwih hoine. Small wot of .wflriiiB.Mrn oammotia ItiK to show up on thu trees. M(Hivy rutiw Hourly every nlftht this WMkinnlcM Urn ilnokinin look Imp- ry. John l'renklln and .1. a. Cameron Vlsllod Itmmoll Monday on legal htisl- Win. Hnrlloltl dspflrtwl for u visit at litt old homo In San Angelo Texas Ttttiday. Toil Jlaroor passed through town t day with u herd of lionos which will bo worked tlio oomitig week. M, l'hllllps returned Tuesday from Ahunagordo rorhlH futility and oxneote to iovt In a day or two. Tlio county oommliHdoiiera wcro In NMlou Monday its a board of equall Mtlon. J ho proceeding!, will Do pub llgfiiKl next week. Jl. J. Hammond, of Lai Yogas wrlloe Mr. CiiiuilnKliiini, that ho will arrive here shortly after July 1st to opon u bunk. Mrs. YVIIimins, mother of J....

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. — 11 June 1898

THE STATE IN BRIEF. IMPORTANT TBXAS NRWB HEMS UOiLED DOWN. Omrtnl Mn. C nmntliM nmt Clrnpa INirtn the t'otinl OHM, Olinil Vnritma nnil llml I'nltiina In nil gteilauo ut Till Ills fltnfa. A llnnnla of I'lrat, Oalnesvllle, Tex, June t. Two fires rutted aalHeavllle yesterday morning early. One of thtin was destructive and terrible. The first occurred at 13:30 and was a residence owned by J. K. Unrig and occupied by Joe Hoover. The bone wm Insured for $M0. Tho other II rr wm the llvry stable owned br Tom Momn. situated on the corner of Dokk atreet Am! IJndsay avenue, and nr Mi burned residence. Flru broke out In Ik rear of tho stable at 2 a. tn . nbaut two hour after tho form;- fire The flame spread rapidly mil gave tint little time to remnvo nhf th hornet or vehicles, etc.. In the building ISIgbteen horses, a ntim-oi-r or buggm. wanofls and similar qufpnients ww consumed In th flame. Th Kr nuH of the Imprisoned ii'KTOM were terrible to hear ai tho flame envelope them and literally roos...

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. — 11 June 1898

r t9 4 V A REMARKABLE CASE. The fettowlngcnio w printed original! In Tne Monitor, newspaper publlthod h Headferd. Ontario. DoubU wereralecd n to IU truthfulness, con"iuontly a cloe i watch wne kept on tho on for two years toMWBilic Natives Had Good Cause Mr. IVitah tied been n hnnelest rinralvtlc Tl - ! i .. f 'IM.f.. O ft. for live year.. 111. onto hi. hmfwlde nt- tentlnn. Ho vrrvn confined to III bed. wi i bloated almost beyond recognition, nnrt could not tnka volla food. Doctor uallrd tbe dlteasa spinal tclertMli. unit nil mill lip I could not live. The Canadian Mutnnl I.lfe 1 Atscolatlos, attera thorough examination, paid him hit total dlMhlllty claim of IIA'A regarding blm a forever liiournble, Fur thro reara Lo llna-orcl In thlt eomtl- ! lion. wirr 1 taking Mime of fir. Wll llanii' l'lnk 1'llU for l'alo l.....t. lir TJQ-.wna n slight ir i bancn, a tut- d 0 n y to 1 sweat freely. Next vMuio a I llfcUo feeling ' lu hi Hint. I Th la extend ed, followed MiM lltt claim. bv a nrle'l...

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. — 11 June 1898

MyaUrlma HnriUr. Deaumont, Tex., June 8.- The rltl mm o( this city were thrown Into wild excitement yesterday morning over what Is perhapc the foulest nnd roott mysterious murder erer committed In thla community. The victim waa Luolan Harris, n dairyman, living alone about a intle from the city limits, near the Tort Ar thur road, The discovery was made at 7 o'clock yeiterday morning by Johnnie Heed, aged 9 yearn, who Uvea a ihort dlstaneo from the home of the murdered man Ho found Harris lying In a pool of blood. The murder wna committed In the kitchen, between the kitchen entrance and a door opening Into the bedroom. A huge pool of blood streamed from the partition, nnd showed where hei had fallen. Th.r. t.n wnnnrt. In th head. I i i.ft .' , .i,.,,,..!. one back of the left oarwas cut through tbo skull about three Inches long, and had evidently been made with n sharp Instrument. Toiler Chairu. College Htatlon, Tex., Juno 8. The board of directors of the Agricultural and Moehanloal ...

Publication Title: Eddy Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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