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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Eddy current. — 6 August 1898

4 LOCAL . . W. H. Uollrcr of MoMUIan was In town Monday. A. 8. (loot visited Koswoll Tuesday, returning Thursday. Judgo Freeman returned Thursday from tils Santa l"e trip. Mr. MoKlnileof Oils who went to Tennessee with his UUlo baby return cl last wook. Thcro will bn n cold medsl contest at MnlnRft during tho Uoptlst Assoola tlon which bCKlns Aujr. 11th and clou os tho 16th. Itcccirer Honors of tho defunct 1'lrst National has been busy paying n fifteen per cent dlvldond tho past week making 05 nor cont In nil now paid. Jack Hoed who has boon In tho cm ploy of I. S. Usuorrio for several years wont out Thursday with Mr. Leo of Midland to assist In nutting down wolls for stock. A tulco shower Tuesday nigh assls itcd materially tho growing vegetation of all kinds. TIih ruin extended from .north of Kddy to near Florence being iioavlcst north of nils. Uov. Hddlngton I'. IC. will pronoh In Hddv Sutidnv Auk. I I. nt tho M. K. church and hold quarterly oonforoiitie This will bo tho last quar...

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. — 6 August 1898

Mi III 1 1 1 1 JM! "I IRIS." Extraordinary People That We Picked Oil the Spanish ; Map on Our Way to the Philippine Islands, A fow days ago we fit op pod over fnr tnomtnt. picked the Ladrones off the anao of Spanish possessions and add! thftm to the United StatM. We've bena too busy ilnee to think wuethor or not we would keep them. it wbj on extending!? simple opera lion, polite and bloodleM. The Charles ton and the transport she wan eon oylng tailed In to tho harbor of Agana tmtt fired a few shots at a crumbling old fort, Tho Spanish governor of the Islands, hearing the guns and seeing the Mg ship, promptly put off In a boat with his governments! staff. They wcrn Jubilant at the prospect of un limited fond and "booee," and came over the sld bowing and scraping. The governor with true Castlllan flourish 8 regretted. In fact, wae bowed to the earth with abameand remorsa, that hi unworthy self had not powder to return tho salute of his excellency the mos aobla and esteemed Americano c...

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. — 6 August 1898

r X I 4 Smnrn i i 6( in a cona According to what rlfralers in furni ture mx, mahogany ha the first place Id popular esteem, with dark oak sr end. In this way It li found that far a diHwInivroom of lofty proportion! Louli XV.. with Id broad, tweeplng rococo details, la desirable. The amall reception room la generally done In IxjuIi XVI. In tho dining-room. If n cheerful, moderate ilxrd apartment, tho old Dutch or colonial styles aro found to bo moat popular. If the dining room be a grand talon with high ceil ing and much wainscoting. Henry I. or Knncls I . In the uiual dark oak, are preferable. New York 8un. Mr Whcn It comes ts revcrga a woman ran excel a man. i8slvs& mm unsT STOCK.... SADDLES The. Olitesl Vulnnleer. A Now York State doetor, aged 10V, volunteered lit oervlww to the I'rml dent recently ntt tin iiriny tnrgunn. At hi iitlviititHl year ho unti rottil without jfln, niul walk 10 mile a day. The oltlost standard tntdlolne Is 1 Ins totter' Stomach H'Mors, whloh htm no of...

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. — 6 August 1898

H00D008 TO STAGE. AOTOH8 HAVE BTttANOE SUPERSTITIONS. ITelUw OaU llarrad Ulaek ratines, JTowTr, Ar Ileeiuad I.ufUf. anil They Ar Atway lluaultabtr ltld Why I'lajtr Uliance Nam Of all superstitious folk the men anil Womon of tbo stago take more rogul nance of omens, good or bad. than auy other class. 1 ho latest and most talked of Instance of III lutik following nn actor touches the eminent Irving, first of the iuk and buskin to be mlghted in two centuries. After occupying a eemlngly Impregnable position at the head of the tendon dramatic world for a acore of years, lie Is how Mid to be aun-utflblHK to lil ambitious rival. JIU )at mmii has been a suereeslofl of magnificent failures. On the heels ot this come word that Miss Jftllen'i Terry, whoso name has been ln para lily connected with Irving' u cresses, Is about to no over to the enemy Still other Influences are said to be at work to dim the future of the man who has done mora than auy other living actor, perhaps, to lift the drama...

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. — 13 August 1898

tilf Oaonty Tttx ttO I dn II THE EDDY CURRENT. Pocos Vnlloy to tho Front, Cronkors to tho Roar. VOL. VI. EDDY, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 181)8. NO. 40, AFFAIRS IN THFJILIPPINES. More SkirmishiiiH follows the First I5iiajc ment in the Vicinity of ManilaThe Peace Situation Uncliaiifled. IU I'lililppln I'lfM.. Cavlte. Mtinlla Hay, Auk, !J, via Hong Kong, Auk. in. The first shedding of American blood on I'hllliliio hoII took place Sunday night, when eleven wore killed and forty-four wounded .lurliift n iiklrmlnh nt Urn Mnlato trenches, bo I ween Cavlte mid Mnnllii. No attack has yet been tnmlo on tho SpunlHlt line, but the Americana now occupy the trenches formerly held hy the Inaiir Rent. In Sunlr- night's sklrmlah ti e fol owing were killed: Corporal W. 14. Drown nf the tenth Pennsylvania. Pri Mite llrndy nf thu first Pcntmylvitnlit. 1'ihnte Howhei' nf the (lint Wyoming, Private Mull. Private MuiiUin (Pi In ton i Private Mow). Private fttltlwngiin. till understood to he of the ...

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. — 13 August 1898

d;d(lj dkn'cnt. 1W If. MULLAStt, PuUUb.r. i:iv .v. M. ALL OVBH THB BTATB. A toll mm MMtlfti li In ttratreti at Oreonville. Jdo John C. Boston, a Teaa plo noor. died at lnrlM. TV Ifollneaa meetlnna at Scot 1st llie attracted manr pwpto. Mayor Paddock at Port Worth tow nailed (itim Mew York far Ltrernool. P. roller, farmer IIvIhr uear Mhrinrr. suicided br shoot In herself. Tic stale comptroller bold that fraax hlr are subject tn taxation. Toe Mate comptroller lias received the 'ax roll of fritter ounty Total valuation !,W?,?7I. hi. Increase at Mr. Florence flood was thrown OHt of n buttjgr durlnts n runaway at KannTi' llranrh, Delia county . nnd fcerlously Injured. John I'auchrrtv, who recently died nt Teinrkann. left a portion tf 80,0flP. Ill wife's demise occur rtl twenty (trar hour after III. A iy ban ned two men at Port Worth 'or 00 da ma no, altaRed to have .wen imtalned br U'e bit of n wolf. Dip property of defendants. Another bold robbery war enirinlt-t-U In Texarknnn, the vict...

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. — 13 August 1898

giTE EVENTS. Doings in' Texas, lilcrlml OnirrM. (lalvfrston, Tox., Auk. S. At the tut day's noMlon at ttio United Canfodcr ntc Veterans of Texas tho ponding nmondmont to tho stnto constitution rolntlvo to Confederate soldiers nnd widows wa Indorsed. April JO wm selected as Decoration day tor tun entire stnto. Tho second Friday of noxt May nnd tlm Saturday following wero solooted an the dn to for next yonr'i meeting nnd Auatln tho place. A comniltleo wan appointed to draft n sultnblo burial ritual. The following ofTicern wore oleatodi J. It. Policy, n survivor of Hood's bri gade, major general; brlgndler goner nln, northwest division, Major K. M. .if Van Zandt: central division, W. It. niehnrdion; southeast division, C. U. Ucvlni; northenst division, K. 0. Dower, nnd southwest division, Sau. Mnvorlok. Miss Winifred Adnmson, a beantltul young Kugllsh woman, suicided at Fort Worth, Tex. Mnrtnr Unitary I'nr OnlrMlnn, GnlvcstoiTox., Aim. 8. MnJ. Qulnn, yti charge of tho government work a...

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. — 13 August 1898

TUS CURKSNT. M II. Al 1 1. ! AM OHlcUl ftpr ( Bfldj Cwsty. Quito 9ipr ot Torn cf May, lUMIb4 evetf HliMa ! ru ti S. w Ui l'aifwlla Mty . M. -h! " mtlr MTtWWAt A' l. I Ml RltMCHIITIoN NUi.' WRKKI V -Hy MM f" ''' " My avail per U ejnlh' )" Announcement. Treasurer. I hpfrhy annimnir myw-li a candidal'- lur thr ciMe l .vhiiii TriMuurwr and I -im- ill. (Ollll'lur. lllilt !. llM' dlK'l.loll til fllln in oV.-iot rain- f..riveilln or erlma ffrs J II AI.Kr.K. I herpriy announi m If a int'dali- lr Ihf iimci' ul 1011111 innr aim -"m ' coin-, tor id JUW riunt uiiji t tli lh dtn'M rath party H B .ut'i "oierk. W arr authonnil in ntiii.tiiic W. H iterr a a i'nJI'l'ii' f.-r if-Hirtluii i" tin jifjiii o pinnate lre ".I Kddy .ountr un let I lo the will ol I U" diinr. vpr in let Mi I'unvenlliili or primary rli-c-tlcitt SlierllfT iifv authorlrfil to announce M. I-, it art a a candidal!.' for r.leet'oii to the till. fNlierfffof hddyiounly, uhltet lo hr vlll of Ihf ttmoemy etpfiiJ III toll-i-iiti.m or pr...

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. — 13 August 1898

I LOCAL . il It. L. (illt of llOBWcli was In town yesterday . W. A. Itoffors of lloswoll Is tho deputy district oourt clerk. Tho Armis will nrobibly move to tho Hank building In tho'oxhlult room l'hlllp Ilornn of Dalian, a plmnbor will do repair work In his lino in llntol Windsor. Wlllto and Laura Woloh ohlldrou n Mr. T. .1 . Woloh who Imvo buon down With typhoid fovor uro rooovorlntf. Albert W. Scopu of l'urit Ills. vMiUiik with 1 W. ltoRurs. Mr. Scape oouttmiplatn lixwtltiff In tho vdltoy. Cnrl (lordon whose iitllu linger whs iiniputfltod this wuok from elleota of a revolver shot Is down with slow fevur, A stalk of swuet olovor nlno foot tall grown on Tom Joiiea' piano nu Ilooky Arm oan b awn tit this oltl CO. Mr. W.O. Hamilton lm boon np pointed iiuitiflHur f tho Itoswoll Ituid is Writer Co and l'oooa Vulley Orolmrd Co. i'lutles Imvlnr lielfer oalrts or any otto from twd wtiokd up or yoarllne; lialfm on n find h buyer by implying at thin ollfte. Olio John Woods a qiilta notud irn...

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. — 13 August 1898

STATE . DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. Tfcfl Dratocr&tle oonventlon to noml Bate candidates (or stnto ernees vtm Aeld at Oalvetton An guilt 3 to S. ttr the usual preliminary work ot rgajaUatlon, appointment of commit wt, te tbo following platform wta adopted: M evolved, by tho Democrats of Texan esMrestton SMeiublrd, that w In Jwcaa fa every particular the platform J 4gJ by tbo national Demoeratlt etlon at Cbloaco In 1391, t ut wt tmrtally commend anil approve the Jwliintilon In favor of nn I neon, e tax; iraUant tbe power of 1mm ha to Issue for a tariff for menus that upon t lio bill providing for the present armr, that the Increase thotcot niuttt be mustered out nt the end of thli war, and we declare against any lncreaie in tho standing army of the United States. 13. That we Indorse the action of the Chicago convention In the nomluntloti of Win. J. Dry an for president, nnd np prov tho campaign bo mado and pledge him our support for reaewlna tlau In 1M4. H. We Indorse and oommeud the ...

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. — 13 August 1898

ft Tim flee fur Votir im.htf r. BL Mary's Academy it Notre I) mi, jnd.. rnnks tint nmong tho fducntlonil institutions for girls. Young womtn from nil parts of America nml Mttrope nro found In Its classes. The tacul-.y have just Issued a catalog Hint con tains much valuable data. IVnts de sirous of sending their dnughtcrs to the tin . Imtltutlon ilionlil tend for thin catalog before deciding on (ending them elsewhere. It In under the super vision of the Ulster of the Holy Crou nnd I located at Notre Unnie. far from the excitement of even village life, nnd right among the beautiful Mono of the Creator's handiwork. wt miS. PlNKIfAM Prom Mro. Walter n. Budd, of Pnfc chotfuw, Now York. Sirs, Hunt), In tlio following letter, a n fnmlllur story of woaknena ntut ulTerlii(f, nnd tlitiriha Mr. MnUliain for complete rulleft " Dbau Mm. I'ixiciiam: I think It In my duty to wrlto loyotinmltollyuu wimt Lydln I K. llnltham'a Veiretaulo C'omtxiund Iibh done for me. I feel like (mother woman. IhaiUui...

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. — 13 August 1898

WAS THE GOMORRAH OF THE WEST, Tort Royal Erased From the Earth By an Act of the Almighty.. 'Kingston, Jamaica, Carretpondenee.) Hearstn th blue waters of tlm her itor of this quaint old town He hurled a Ity which waa once the sunt of wealth and pradtgury anil all txelr at tendant iralu of evils In one awful moment the earth guped.the seas open ft! m receive the italarmt nf llinlloM nrss and rlosed above them, anil a.000 ttiklea mortals. Today, when lb waters of the hay are mill and shining in the tropical mm. thr sailors muy Iran over t ho side of tbrlr skiffs, and. peering down through u. azure lptlin r the fifth swimming In and out of Hi an-he of the old rulhedrsl, the shsrks moving lazily aiming the grout pslairs. and the sen moss twining around the window through whlrh iii mimic nnd song of the revelers wcie drifting when thr fearful visita tion sum and wiped the city from III" fne r the nsrth Two liuudrtd years har pawed since that J nil" day when I'l.n Huyal disappeared Into t...

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. — 20 August 1898

THE EDDY CURRENT. ' 1 " , . - . . Pocos Vnlloy to tho Front, Croakors to tho Roar. VOL. VI. EDDY, NW MEXICO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1808. NO. 41, . 1 1 I r DEWEY GAVE THEM ONE HOUR, i Then Operations Commenced Ajjainst City of Manila-Germany's Conduct to he Thoroughly Investiflated. Manila. 1'mII. London, Aug. 17 A Manila corre spondent says: Nothing could bo more humans than the Amerlonns, capture of the town. (Ion. Merrltt and Admiral Dewey's plan was to sparo overy object but the armed dofotues and the trenches. Apparently the American losses wnro oxtromely mall. The Hpanlih entrenobnionti fa rled In point of distance from two to four tulles from tba cantor of old Manila. Defending this lone lino at at least ten mile, were not, ovor'GOOO regular Spanish troops, volunteer! and native, About half that number were In ho pltala. The attacking force numbered from 10,000 to 20,000 natives and 10,000 Amorlcam on hor. and aboard tho fleet. In every re.poct the advantage waa on fho stdo of ...

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. — 20 August 1898

(ttrtdg (ji'i'cnt WH II. MUI.I.ANH, Publisher. KUDr, U. M. ARMY AND KAVV NOTB8. Dalle last Fourteen recruit left week for Run Pranetoso, The alz remaining pflmMlW of lh flnt Kentucky regiment hare gone l" Torto Itleo. MaJ. W. T. Iovy, commander of the third army hnttallon nt New Orlwius, wu the recipient of a handsome Golfs army jdelol. Two bMtallons of the flflh regiment, United State volunteers (Immune), Milled from Savannah, (la., on the Hto CJrando far Santiago. Cnl. Neweemb uf Unlit and Corporal David MeClure of Oklahoma City, Ok., both nt whom were wounded nt Ml (! noy. imvo arrived home on furloughs. Now has renehod (Jutlirle. Ok., t lie 1 Opt. II. II. Huston, captain of the Oklahoma troop of rough riders, haa bcon prumoted to major for gallant conduct at Santiago. Secretary Alger rays when the tnon who come from Infected Culmn points have been In camp long enough to pre vent dancer, they will bo given fur loughs on applleatlou. (Ion. YounR, who recently returned from Santiag...

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. — 20 August 1898

V A 4 Warm Kagiiffinhl. Washington. Aug. 13 Tho rvnr de partment late yesterday afternoon re ceived tho following) Ponce, vln Uerruudn, Aug. It. Sec retary of wnr. WaiililnBton! The fol In wins mceeago waa received from Sohwnn: "Oatnp Near Hormlgueros, Aug. 10 Advnue gunrd Including onvnlry of lhl.1 oommnnd, vhllo roconnolterlng northwest of Ilnsarlo river, near Hor mlgucros, dot doped strong Spanish fore which Is)- concealed In the hills north of Mnynxuez. In general en Kngeinent thiit followed Meat. Uyron, eighth cavalry, my aide de camp, was wounded In foot, and Prlvnto Vernber Kor, compnny 1). eleventh Infantry, and on other private were hilled and four teen enlisted men wnundod. It li re imrted that the most If not the entire Spanish iinrrlenti of Maynguez nnd HirroiindlliK coiintryconslstlni; of 1000 regular nnd 100 volunteers, took part In the engngemont. We drove the one mytfrom hl position nnd It I believed ItiUlPiml hMvy low. A wounded Span ish lieutenant v.n found In the ...

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. — 20 August 1898

wm. itrirci. ask olttal ftpr' of Biidy Canty. ' ofcti.1 Orgu M Twrt t Mij. s kUt( ilttllil) Ml 1 .1.1) Sew M .'l..U IH. i I ".IK ii mi i I. t 1 Announcement. Triiror. aiim.li.:. tin ll u "iitdldat m.u M.t. II. .Rtirt r HIMI Ka . ,.u.u.r I-. ' deleiu I i. r i prodletml ovor a yeor no tlwt the poo. pie of this lioiintry would soma dny learn what ihe Cubans wm, II wra nut hotkfrt by numy. Had It bft j.iuli' (fil ( .in m ili :- would ! burn film Si'u Y K in. iiHiiuty cmi InlHKlllll M.Xlltl IllVf tMfll UHllllWl lint It it In.e llul the Aw Cnhi IHitr i tiifoniluif 1'i tiiT known ih .hi mliuni ni li rar. limn a Hag 1 f a Hi' Ion ol niiiMfil in ;i rt rn mid jt'tl i totx. I'lii. freedom ol t uba w not worth one life of the mini) imcrt ftVed Hi Hmu .limn, r ime dollar or the me Inllloii lli war will vtml when tho lih. in' ;tll lit. l HI . Vi.iri I .1,.,: ..I AnOtlisrUapllbllean. I'll oiivfrnor ha eeciireil one . "iii. . ..immiiii i.utvmiiu fjuimi republican voter lor Sun Miguel noun ; i it,. ...

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. — 20 August 1898

I r Mrs, 4 LOCAL . , Mr. KnowlM visited with Mihlfrocl ntOtl Weilnosilay. .Inn (1. Meatlnrs nf tlio Now Mexten Military Institute tit Itoswoll Utrrlsil Iti town nti Iki ti r (dtrttuy. IK. HoMwIer tlie iwpuhtr Imml orntlon nifiint of till) V. V. will T. A I came ln:yitur(Itiy. Mm. A. It. Tcople nntl llttlrt son who ImTobeon visiting nt llrenlmm miiii UiiUdTox. for several vreoks rrturnml 'l'htlrstlity. Mossr. Tanslll. Trnoy nnil W. tt Hamilton tloimrtod Tlitirstlny fur Oolnrmlo Sprlr.frs on btmlnoM onnnont cd With tlio V. 1. Si I. Uo. Mr. Stokes rtttrn4 WMlnetxluy from n two wnok trip to tho Hut ratieli ovor In Toxns whom Inwrvnit) Nynn Mr. Stoke' son In Inw llvos. .T. it. Tonne tmtl wife wlin wont to London ISritr. for n villi with the old folks itt homo In PoUnmry will mm about Ootoltor lit. to tliPtr (Vis homo. W. 0. Ilnmllton has reslfrnwl lite petition us assistant KMierfcl iniinnftw of tho P. I. ft I. Co. to look aftr the Jloswoll LmxI & Water Co. IntnrtwU nt Hoawvll. Olmrl...

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. — 20 August 1898

im WOMAN AND HOME .tkmb op iNTnnnsT pon maids AND MATRONS. Bain Current ftolr of !4iti!nn A Hilnlj Ulmrr I'lllftlt XTnmra rhariatcUU Him to Otmk anil ltj lto Woman' rritpor riphar. fair I nr.. Oh, Mr 7 Ml tnit I ROM? Hhe .Ht Into tiM WMt. To dasilo whan the Min kt down, Ami rnli lit www Hf ra4: , 8ha iMk Mir irlWit with br, I Th amltr thftt wo lov Iwtxl, , With inorrttHK WuHr oh Ink ohi-ek, And HMrl Mptm bar UrvrntU 4 OH tUfti Bghtn, fair ln, ' llrfor lb (nil f ikHI. rot for Um imh sheuM uhlfM alona, Anil Hlnra unrtvallM bright; Ahj blfd win ih lum l I4.1 ""H"1 l'i ihlr tight, Altil hrrnthra ihn lav ataltul thy ahtsk I itAr nut hvhi wrlln! WouM I had Urn, fair Inrs, Thai Kalian! cavalier "Who rode itaylr by thy aid, ., And whUjirrM tht naart- 1 ' War theiu no dnn at huiur, Or nu tru lavtr htm. That ho hukl cr I hi su lo win Tli Ucarmt of lit dtMrT I Raw thf, Israly lit, Dctnd al; thn shore. VTIth band af rtobl eantlatnrn, And bsNMr waved bttm, And a-anll youth and inubltiM gay, And ...

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. — 20 August 1898

t t Some itrnplr urn so hopeful it amount in isiin. i In ( tn rHnMlpntlnn I'orovir Tie OMnm l amly IMIMM. 16 tw Me Jf C. C. I Un ii riirr. 1 iriai rrf iiml mofttiy. nine ilia new buckle suRirttt OoleondK mints. llHir Catarrh tnr It tnkeu iHte rtittUr. I'Hec, Tfta A wnmiin li r jmrtnirTn her hut 1 lid's joy ami sorrows, ..lira. Ulntn't'il(ilnr Hirtip. lWiUMi,ttMMptn.iir4(TiPi. INafolNe, Pool nnd foxes do not trnvcl on tho Mime rond. A tath wltli rORMO HUTTHHJIIi.K BOAi', oxrjulnttcljr tentnl, In toothing nuil hetlcl clat. Kulil everywhere. When n man does not like a thing tip wiys so. liitiirate Voitr lluwole Willi Cnicnrola. L'aniljr Cathartic. oiir tun.Upitlon furerer. J0o,e. 1( I'l l, fall. ilrupirltu refund nwne No one run tnlk about hln sloknosn without bcromlNR tiresome. AIDED BY MK8. P1NKITAM. Mr. W. K. I'axtom, Youngtnwn, North Dakota, writes nlxjttt her strup; irlo to rcf-tiln health after tho birth of her llttie girl: Dian Mn. I'inkham: It In with pleasure that 1 nild my tr...

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. — 20 August 1898

TAKING FORT SAN JUAN Description oF the Battle That Preceded the Surrender of Santinoo de Cuba The Spaniards Pouflht Like Demons. The attack upon Ran Juan, the Bom lull fort near Santiago, was eomlueted under tho omraand of (Ion. Kent, with the main division nf the army, tt w in a blttor struggle, tho Spaniards rwut Inx with a determination hiiiI tleree en ergy that was surprising. After some two bourn' tinnl fighting, In whleh tho attaek swayed ilie right of tho defense lowly but steadily backward. th rnn ter broko ami the position was won. Driven onto from tliolr position, the Spaniards hail no heart to return. They continued to light In a ilenultory wny. but retired alter a brief period, the nmln body retroatltiK upon the Intrench menta of Santiago, other hurrying in HI Canny, where o bitter tlx lit wu In progress. HI Caney proved to be the ronl tin t -tress of Spanish strength. The hill on whloh It stood gave the defending force a great advantage. Not only thin, the larger porti...

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