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[ TRENTON SUN. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1894. County Oorre00poa00onoe. NEWSY NOTES BI CLEVER REPOKT- EIS ]FROM DIFFERENT POR- TION OF THE COUNTY. Sh attue. James McDonald. of Cincinnati, 0., is here on a visit. Herman Viedle had business in Carlyle Wednesday. Mrs.Maggie Black is spending a few days in Clay Chty visiting relatives. Ed. speiser.who has been attending school at Dixom Ill., came home Tues- day. Chas. Tunnicliff of Downs, Ken., spent a few days here visiting his mother'. Veto. Wolleweber returned Tuesday fl'om Mendota, where he had spent a few days with relatives and friends. Wheatfleld. The sick in our vicinity are all better at this writing. John Loschert. of New Memphis, visited, i Peter Orreil last week. Miss EmIa Konrad,ofCarlyle,s.pe.nt severM days.of last, week in our wcm- ity, the gu(sts of the Misses Grays. The protracted meeting that has been going on for the last three weeks a the Mound church, closed Sunday night. Quarterly meeting was also hehl Saturday aud Sunday. Anton Durustorff and Miss Annie Reusing were married at the Catholic church in Beaver Prairie last Tues- day, Father l=.[ahn offici/ting. Mr. Dffntei'ff is ' s6u of our supervisor, . B. Dumsmrff. Miss Reusing is a daughter of H. Bensing, one of our leading farmers. We hope that pros- perit.v and future happiness will be their lot. tluey. G.A. Beattto visited our schools last Thursday. , Mesdames.& E. and H. M. Ryan, of Carl ylc, spent last Tuesday with Mrs. Jas. Matsler. Mrs. M. Heidorn is spending a few weeks in St. Louis with her daughter Mrs. Wm. Adainy. G. C. Burr, of Kirkwood, Me, spent Saturday and Sunday at his farm, one mile north of own. Several of the farmers near town have been busily engaged at ice cut- ting the past few days. MlS Brdm Capelle who as been visit|at'friends in St. Louis the past month; returned home last Saturday. The second quarterly meeting for this charge will be held at the M.E. church here next Saturday and Sun- day. Rev. O. H. Clark, of Belleville, Presiding Eider for tiffs district, will conduct the service. Aviston. Renedict J. Lager, a prominent bus- iuessman here,intends to run for coun- ty treasurer. Anthony Luetjohann, who has been digging a well for Thee. Niemeyer, found a well preserved petrified fern stump with roots at the depth of 35 feet imbedded in a 4 foot layer of gravel. The Aviston mill is now opened for rrinding and will run (lay and night. he first car load of flour within the last six years from this station was shi pped Monday, billed to Belgium. Europe. A second car load was billed for Cuba. The Revs.A. Reineke and Muenster. of Brecse; Revs. A. Detaining an( Hahn, of Carlyle: Roy. Ford Lehman of Damiansville; Rev. F. Bonset, o Trentm; Rev. Jas. Gitlen. of Lebanofl Rev. Meier, of Sandoval and Rev, Kamann, of St. Rose, were here these days assisting Rev.F. Lohmann during the forty hour devotion. Sugar Creek. Seventy-six at Sunday school last Sunday. Jas. Morgan attended the wedding of John Miller Tuesday. Fill the place' you now have more than full and you will soon have a better one. o Chas. Jennings, formcrly of Sugar Creek, now of St. Louis, was a visitor in our community Sunday. Roy. Henry Cooper, of Harrisburg, will preach at Sugar Creek church next Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at 7 &clock P. M. The pie sociable at Geo.Kaufmann's Friday night was a success in every particular. Twenty-five pies were sold and the young people seemed to eioy themselves very much. Wm.Stolz now.0ccupies the position of miller in the New Baden mill. Joseph Spaeth, Sr., of Trenton, was seen on our street last Saturday. Mrs. Emma Jonas,of St. Louis, came outto attend the funeral of her grand- father, John HerLenstein, deceased. On Tuesday last week Joseph Gries- baum, of NeW Baden, and Miss Lena Lerch, of Rentchler Station were quietly married at the home of the bride's parents, Roy. Waltz, of Mas- coutah,officiating. A few of the near- est parents only v'itnessed the nuptial ceremonies. We wish the young couple health, prosperity and matri- monial bliss in tim future. On Friday last week John Her- tenstein, an old and respected citizen, aged 72 years, died from the effects of a paralytic stroke, and was buried at 2 P. r. last Sunday at the village cemetery. A large number of mourn- ing relatives and friends attended the body t its last resting place. Rev John, pastor of the Even. church at Trenton, performed the funeral rites, after vhlc-h the grave was filled with earth, which, having nourished the body during life, claims it after death. The bereaved relatives have the heart- felt sympathy of the community. Frogtown. John Riclmrds is visiting his uncle \\;V. H. Robinson, this week. Billie Wieuker our jewelry smith, drove to Breese Monday on business. S. L. Johnson attended tim M. W. A. meeting at Breese Tuesday night. Julius Berries and Augnst Gruntz, of Breese, were in Frogtown Sunday. C. Houchley has quit tile mine at Brcese, and is working for Henry Better. Win, Harry and Alex Johnson, have quit ph)ughing and gone to saw- ing wood. Miss Anna Hostmeyer spent last Monday evemng with Mrs. Anna Wienker. George Kramer left last Friday fm Kansas,where he will spend the rest of the winter. Mr. and Mrs. "Win. Gray. and Miss Lena "Wienker, spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Win. Kreier. Quite a number of the young folks, attended the party at Mr. Ed. Dorries last Saturday night, they report a very pleasant time. Quite a crowd attended the sale at Mr. Kayser's las Monday, everything brought a fair price except the horses which went very cheap. Mr. Kayser Will locate near Breese in the spring. Sharon. Fred Bassler lost quite a number of hogs from cholera. Mrs. George Schrag, of New Baden visited fl'iends here a few days. W.M. Peterson made a business trip to New Memphis Saturday. A. Dunning was down one (lay last week,looking after the interest of his farm. Hermann Wuebbing, of St. Louis, visited at Tony Harpstrites a few days last week. Most of our farmers are busy split- ting wood, as they all have a large pile of it this week. Four teams came up from Wash- ington county, after 300 bushels of our good Clinton county corn, Mrs. Rebecca Peterson wen on a week's visit to her son Frank Mc Commons, at Nashville Saturday. Sylvester McDonald has'been run- ning Tony Witt's engine, and other wise assisting him in sawing wood around diflbrent places,during Tony's ill heal th Miss Ins Phillips,our school teacher. went to visit her parents near Avis- ton Friday evening, and returned to her duties here Monday morning as pleasant as ever. A few days ago Tony Volt reached his twenty-first birthday. A number of his friends surprised him, spend- ing a very pleasant evening, which will not soon be forgotten. St. Morgan. What a change in the weather ! L. Cope has been o the sick list the past few day. Wood sawing aud splitting is all the go here new. Aug. Zopf is out from St, Louis, on a week s visit to relatives and friends. The party at Ch. Gelly's last Thurs- day wa a success. Allreport having had a fine ttme. A change has been made in the days for carrying the mails. Formerly we received the mail Tuesdays and Fri- days, and now on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The pie sociable at Gee. Kauff- mann's Friday night was well atten,i- ed, about 30 couples being present. Social game., of various kinds were played, and the participants enjoyed them totheir fulleJt extent. Some of the scbOd children have sore arms-- 'rank Cope, one of our young .men vace|natiou time, you know. WhO na been ou of scnool some lme,, ^ . . .  . ....  .............  ,^ _ ,_ I on rues(lay morning J an, 20,1894,a _..L _, ._ --. _ ,.. "r *h ..... h e ~ I oeautliUl we(mint oceureu at neresl- BCUUUI bO ZkLt. JITJLt3U , b tO IJIJUU " I      . , - = 1' , ......  ,-..,...- , o, a ..... r.l(onceoine['mesparents, i)lr. ann beel/i [IttlJJ[J[tK Ul b. iYIUI'II, lb . . -id '^ a reat thin  if others - o'-ld  Mrs. Adam Keflbach, about two miles wuu ut 6  w u . fonuw'^" 'm. ....... -mlle [ north of town. Miss Lena KeHbach, ' ] their daughter was married to Mr. | John Miller, one of our most esteemed .vosey. [ young men of this community. The , , nriht.  ick ,** th ceremony was performed by Rev. J. ...... ,ritin Meekel, of the Hl,hland Cathohc ":'.-_" .'. ..... church, who pronounced the words :jonn Berry traletl an(1 snlppe(1 a car that made them one Mi Kati nd load of straw the past week ................... Mr. Gee. Miller brother and sister of /A' W. Dougherty is able to attend the groom, acting respectively as to his official duties as postmaster bridesmaid and groomsman. Quite a again, number of relatives and friends assem- Several parties here suffered the bled in the evening and partook of a loss of potatoes, canned fruit poultry grand support that was prepared for et. during the Cold snap. them, after which music and dancing N'elon J. Ktllion, who has been was indulged in up to the parting visiting friends here, has returned to hour. his home in Williamson county. H. Blanke and K. Kotb have been engaged in harvesting ice the past week,it being about five inches in thickness. The protracted meeting which has been going on at the Chapel for the past three weeks, closed on last Tues- day night with seven accessions. Mr. BroWnfield of the Brownfleld Medicine Co.,of St.Louis,was stopping the past week at hotel Berry in- troducing and establlsll!ng agencies for the celebrated medicines. 1Vow Baden. was on the sick Bartelso. Frank Baeckman,our wagon maker, made a business trip te St: Louis last Monday. P. Kleinkorte visited his sick son Henry at the St. Peters Institute, Belleville, last Monday. Henry Schlarmann, :butcher, and B. Thein, of Germantown, were in town on business Tuesday, Herman Sehlueter, butter-maker, Clemens Heman and B. Molitbr, of Germantown, were in town Sunday Win. Timmermann was taken down with.LaGrippe Friday. His father and Brother are at present taking care of the business. After a year of patient suffering from ] Phtisis Phmonalis, Miss Annie Krucp] was finally called to eternal rest on ] the 25th oi January at 10 o'clock A. M. ' At 4 o'clock on the morning of Jan. '27, neighbors and friends entered the room of the deceased, aml after the customary prayers had been said, tim procession moved to the depot and accompanied the corpse on the St. Louis night express to Germantown. the orighml home of the deceased. arriving there about 7 o'clock zk. M. The casket was deposited in the church and at 8 o'clock. Roy. Vm. Cluse said a Requiem for the deceased. After service the funeral procession formed in church and the lid covering the head end of the casket having been removed numbers mournfully took a last look of the beloved face, as the body was slowly borne through tile ndddle aisle. In the cemetery the final services were performed and the body was lowered o its earthly rest, while those gathered about the grave offered prayers fi)r her everlasting re- pose which she merits. rew Memphis. Several of our young folks enjoyed themselves at a party Friday evening, at J. Schwartz'. Peter Y L her and Martin Emmerch, school directors, made - call at the New Memphis school, Monday. Posters are out announcing masque- rade balls on Saturday evening, Feb. 3, at Maseeutah, Okawville and New Baden. Vm. Hertehstein and son Aug..and George Heckert- and wife went t( ew Baden Sunday o attend the funeral of John Hertenstein. The dance at Jokisch hall, Saturday night was well attended. The young folks had a lively tiara. Music was furnished by the" County IAne String band. Two public sales are advertised as follows: Chri,t and Gee. geichert souh-west of town, Saber(lay, Feb. 1(; and John Diekhaut, south-east oI Mascoutah. Feb. 17. Mrs. Barbara Weber, the widowed motimr of our Notary Public Balth'ts- er \\;Veber died Sunday morning at the age of 63 years.. Interment at tIc New Memplfis cemetery, Tuesday Roy. chwind of the German M. E. church.ofMaseoutal, officiating. Mrs W. was born in Germany and came to America when yet a child. At tbe age of 18. she was married at Belle- ville to I{enry Weber, who proceeded her to the grieve about 17 years ago. Her surviving children are: Balthascr Weber, with whom she made her home after her husband's death; John Weber, residing in Pomona, Cal.: Elizabeth, with Of John Krieger, Stl Louis, Mary, with of John Milh:r, liv- ing north of town; and Margareth, wife of Geo.Bohhmder,living in Iowa. Sumnerfleld. Emil Mueller had his ears frozen Tuesday. David Murphy spent Thursday in St. Lguis. Dr. J. H. Hewitt was out of town Wednesday. S. Eisenmayer was busy cutting ice Friday and Saturday. S. Eisenmayer and C. Winkler went to St. Jaco)s Monday. Meetings are prolonged for one more week at the G. M. E. church. Mrs. Win. Padfiehl intends Visiting relatives at Springfield ,Ill., this week. The A. O. U. XV. Lodge had the ,oral-weekly meeting Satirday eve. Quite a number of our young ladies enjoyed themselves skating last week. R. M. Ribelin's house is almost com- pleted. Itsquite an improvement to the place. Chas. Lung intends moving back to old Sunlmerfield the first week in February. The masque ball given by the base ball club was a success socially and financially. Phil. Biltz is the happy father of a girl baby. It made its appearance Thursday evening. G. Ledig, our butcher, had his ice house filled ,with 2 1-2 to 3 inch ice on Thursday and Friday. Mr. Kirschbacher smiles and says its a bouncing boy baby, just 3 hours old Tuesday morning at 7. Veto. Murphy's leg is improving while under tim treatment of our popular physician Dr. Songer. A cylinder head of the engine at the Tiedermann mill in O'Fallon blew out on h:hursday afternoon, causing dam- age of $2,000. No one was injured. Roy. Seheerle. of Cape Girardeau Me., is expected to help Roy. Mahle with his meetings this week and to serve the Lord's Supper Sunday. Mrs. A. Eisemnayer and child went to St. Louis, Me., Friday evening t.o look for a suitable house where they intend to move soon. Silo returned Tuesday. Breese. John ehwartz had business at Aviston Tuesday. The drill el the public school chil- dren Wednesday aternoou was a sm:- COtS. Cicero Ltndiey, of Greenville, and Attorney W. . London were here on business Tuesday. The masquerade ball of the fire department next Saturdty evening promises to be a grand success. Chas. Rickher ha leased the htel opp0ait the depot, as also the saloon or W: Huelscher. He will take pos- session March ls. J.H. Grote mauufactores handles oi all kinds. He is an old soldier and somewhat crippled,and will undoubt- edly find ready sale for his goods. The 32nd anuiversary celebratiod o! the Concordia Saeugerchor last Ion- day evening was a very enjoyable one for all concerned. Ta, elve membert of the Lebanon Singing society were also present. Solos, duets, quartettes and toasts soou caused a harmonious flow of soul such as is partieulmly I characteristic of the German Singingl societies. Thus another milestone in I the history of this society baa been I pleasantly passed. ] Breese Camp, No. 2148, M.W.A.. was instituted last Tuesday night by M. 1,. Reich, dept. head couusel, with the asolsluce of Carlyle and Trenton neighbgrs, The ilollowing are. the officers for the prvseu term" J. H. JOhnson, V, C.; John C. tehioeder, W.A; Hy. W. Koch, E. B.; G. A. Boffman, Clerk i Free. Schaffari E,; Dr. J. T. Pace, Physician; H, W. Yeager, W.; Gee, Buehler. S.: J. D. Pace. Del.; H. Koch, Hy. Gerdes, C. J. Schroeder, managers. After the camp closed all partook of a lunch. The following from Carlyle Camp, No. 1Oi5, were presem: G. C. Barkley, W. Jones, ,V. C. Rinesmith, Erastus Sharp, Ed Hettmeyer T. M. Wilkin- son, J. J. Loeey, lt. C. Noreross. J. W. Means, Chas. Scott, Chas. Breese. B. F. Ford, Berry Ford, Gee. Berry; while Coral Camp, N,,. 1227, Trenton. was represented by John E. Wolf. A. H. Brockhm, Gee. Menzi, A. K. Mol- left and Arthur Oehler. C+ermantown. Hy. \\;Verth. of Breese was in Ger- mantown Saturday. He visited his fellow teachers aml attended to some of his administrator J)usiness. Aug.Robben lost a bet on the height of a mule by one half inch. A keg of beer was the forfeit. It vas promptly paid and an enjoyable tim had over tim result. Mrs. B. Welling returned from St. Louis Satin lay morning. By treat- ment of a good physician,she was able to return at this early date to her dear ones at home. Miss Annie Kruep. at the age of 21 years, bid farewell forever o her sorrowfifl widowed mother and her many dearly loving fl'iends. Thurs- day a 10 h. )i. consumption cut tile thread of her young litb and robbed her mother of the only child she had. Miss Annie and her mother moved to Bartelso last smmner and lived above the store of \\;Vm. Timmernrtnn. She was buried alter a Requiem had been s'fld ibr the repose of her soul.and be- sides lmr mother and ohcr relatives. many fl'iends, especially the young Bilks, escorted her to the grave. Her neighborht)d from Bartelso was als0 well represeuted. May s,ti? rest in peace,and her soul enjoy the t,lessings of heavmL Cocnie,pas:s me betterup ! A slight runaway which might have l,r,)ed se.fious.i'appened to Coonie,thc young- es son of Ford. leanlmrd, while he was driving over the new elevated road. Coming to the end where it ,sh)pes down. tile wagon folh)wed too tst. This frightened the horses and ell'they went. Coouie was no on the wagon but folh)wed on fo,t since .lack Frost was biting," his toes with shouldered gun, expecting to make the best of a cotton tail. whomight sit at the road side waiting for a sun beam o thaw v phis eyelids and whiskers. Luckil. y Butcher T. H. ch]armann and August Heidemaml were near tile bridge of Shoal Creek,ahead of Coonie. Seeing the danger August jumped off tile wagon and succeeded in stopping the frightened team. Mr. Altgibbers. meeting them, took to the timber to escape injury. Nothin.ff broke and no one was injured. Good luck for Coonie. Don't tell papa about it and hick out for your unlucky days in the future. Bugcton. Emil Morlock, who went to New Orleans some time ago, has re- turned home. Mrs. W.H.J. Beckemeyer spent last week with her sister Mrs. Mc- Allister, of Central City, Miss Kate Schuchmann,o{yosey, Ill., is visiting her numerou. rel'a- lives and fi'iends here this week. William Fauke Jr., who has been very low with pneumonia for the past week, is slowly reeovering. Our dairy men are taking advan- tage of the cold weather, and are filling their ice-houses with ice for a summer's supply. Married at the R. C. church at Carlyle, Jan. 23,1894, Rev. Father Demming officiating, Mr. Stephen Fahlenkamp of this place,and Miss Katie Windstroer of Lively Grove, Washington Co., Ill. The boys and girls are also mak- ing very gqod use of the ice, as it gives them an opportunity to use their skates. On Sunday after. noon and night, a large crowd gathered on the Townsend Lake and enjoyed a very pleasant time. On Monday night, quite a number ot boys gathered on Calamus Lake. Oh! What pleasures has the little boy I Married at the R.C, church at Carlyle, on Tuesday Jan. 30, 1894, Mr. Wm. Sautmann of Wheatfield, and Miss Mary Murphy, daughter of Pat. Murphy of this township. After the marriage ceremony the happy couple accompanied by a host of their friends, repalred to the house oI the bride's father, where a sumptuous repast had beeu spread of which M1 hcartily partook. It being a very" pleasant day a large crowd had gathered at an early hour. The day and eve. ningwas spent wry pleasantly. May the young couple live a long and happy life together. Carlyle. J E. Holdener,of this city,spent Wednesday in Centralia. The Okaw is frozen over,and the boys tried their steel there last Monday. Mrs. M.Churchill,a sister of Hy. Bzanke, died at Seattle, Wash., recently. Hon.Hy.Sclurmann,of German- town,spent a fw hours in our city Wednesday. E. A. Kahlert, the ice man, was cutting ice on the pond of Jno.Ruf, last Tuesday. J.H.McEthiney, of Lincoln, and G.Goelitz, of Belleville,were in our city last week. Mrs. %mite A. Becker, ot St. Louis,Spent a few days with friends in this city last week. The C.L.& S. C.'s dancing party, last Friday evening, was a very enjoyable one $o allpreent, Jno. E. Ryan spent Wednesday in St. Louiswhere his son Edward is attending a mechanical school. A few of the members of the M. W. of A.,visited Breese last even- ing to help institute a new camp there. The play Judiah Judkins, given for the benefit of the poor of this city, was largely attended, and the clearance was nearly sixt); dollars. Great preparation is being made by tim Zetetic Literary society, of the Carlyle Public school for a birthday program to be rendered February 22. The members of the R.C.ehuch. will play "Under the Laurels" in their new hall next Tuesday even- ing Feb. 6. The proceeds will go toward getting new seeneay fr the ball. fl'Ie lectures given bv Prof.Louis Favotlr last Friday ai[d Saturday. were largely attended and the amount going toward the Public School Library, is nearly thirty dollars. Irishtown. How did you enjoy last week's reign of old Boreas ? Mrs. Catherine Kittles is recovering again from a sever attack of pneu- nlonia. Mrs. \\;Vm. Franklin. of Bonhler. has been visiting with her parents the last week. A number of our young men took adwmtage of the cohl weather l-rot week by baying a good llne oil" the ice. Last Saturday's rain ln'ough the wheat out nicely in tiffs sect io: of the county. Thus far the wheat pros- peels are A 1. Joseph IIanke,Trenton's supervisor, was in our township last week lookin after his farm interests. His far here conprises some 330 acres. John O'Neill. our c,)llector, has been making the rouhds the Is.dr IPw days, raking in our shekel3. John says some 500 have been paid in already. Our neighbor .lint genial county col-- lector was not in Carlyle last "Wednes- (lay, all on account of the Mizzard. Mr. Allen says he draws the line on zero weather. L. Kesterson. of Keyesport, in eom pauy with Samuel Norman. took a drive to C rlyle last Saturday. Mr. Kesterson was looking after some pen- siou interests. Miss Myrtle Hall has been troubled wlth granulated eyelids the last three weeks. Dr. Paul Gordon is reating them and is confident that he can effect a cure in the near future. Frank O'Niet, one of our growing teachers, bought a fine bookcase ill Carlyle last Saturday. Frank is of the opinion that it pays to buy good books and Ihrnish them with the proper receptacle. Who can gain say this ? Rev. Andrew Smith took his little daughter to Patoka last week o be treated for St. Virus dance. Some of his neighbors took up a collection a week before in order to raise the necessary lhn(ls to enable their pastor to have his daughter treated medical- ly. Herman Rensing says bicycling is royal sport,but it does nat pay to per- mita novice to meddle with one's. wheel. He claims that he is. able to give those desirous of purchasing wheels pointers on this. Helost two weeks' riding on this account he in- fornls us. /Dame rumor has it that small-pox hre in our neighboring county. What truth there in this we have not been able to ascertain: but would it no be a good idea to remind our school di- rectors of the existence of a vaccina- tion order Haw) ? We are creditably informed that a majority nf the boards of directors of Bond County enforced this law. This in little Bond. Can Clinton say as much ? Midnight feline concerts arc an abomination to most mortals, but a newly married Irishtown couple thinks this is bliss compared with the serenade some of their young male friends treated them to last Friday a week ago. If we are no badly mis- taken theboys called it charivari. A gallon of whiskey was the reward for this delectable (?) concert. The couple we refer to is Chas. Knier, Jr., and wife. Two weeks ago THE SUN made us say that other townships were de- cantering on the merits of their can- didates and that Irishtown had two candidates. \\;Viral the term doanter- ign is we have been trying to conject- ure. We guessed that its meaning is a sampling of. the contents of de- canters We hopenone of THE SUN'S readers have inferred fret 9 this that we aeeuse those candidate.ibof looking upon a little red eye now and then. Far from this. We caution THE SUN'S devil notto meddle too much with the types after this. We used the trm descanting. Early Risers, Early Risers, Early Risers, the famous little pills for conslipatian, sick headache, dyspepia and nervousness.--W. T. CBR. PECOS VALLEY, R. M. e We7 It L00k to aa ILlta0itm b Ixth anti Long onitten0. ITERESTING NOTES BY AN EYE- WITNESS. [Continued from last week s issue ] Eddy is a temperance town, peaceable and orderly. There are no saloons or gambling houses within the city limits. There is a clause in all deeds prohibiting the sale of liquor on the premises, in violation of which the property reverts to the company. While liquor cannot be had, the people need not become thirsty or suflbr for want of something good to drink, as the water works funfish an excellent quality of pure, cold water or drinking and other pur- oses. The water is obtained om subterrar}an itow at a,depth of about 100 feet. in near the foot hills loupe Monntain ran miles west of town, to Eddy under One instance of the forcement of the under the writer's (In Monday morning rival, a stranger, ap sen on the streets volver in his coat end of which wa ex The marshal soon in charge, and took Judge W. K. Stalcup the Peace, on a charge a deadly weapon, for w he was fined fifty minimum fine im lation of the ordinance fire arms, etc. The weapon is used in the referred to, and no1 the "concealed weapon,' the laws and ordinam The term concealed always seemed r " N ewspa pera are and are all ably edited. Daily Curret and are e, dited by Win. The Daily tls for its m Pecos \\;'alley to the Croakers to t'he rear." lies are Tne Edd J. M. ]Iawkins: The (/itize, edited by Frank The Eddy Chritain A ely Iished semi-men thly in of the M, E. chnrci, b Hission I'ublistfing Pittsburg, Pa. The Pecos Valley, properly speaking,the Valley is over 100 beginning about two Eddy extending the southern boundary ice into Txas. Fro;n boundary line is 32 gins m a draw. the river,increasing in widthl to en miles as it ward; tile width here giv only that portion is under the rrigatiou canals The valley is dry and arid belt. a Llano Estacado or where the rain fall is insufficient to produce tural crop of any renumcrative, withoui irrigation. Our party were fort ing the valley in its condition. No part having had water from since last August. nor any kind since October there was a light rainfall In August 1893,about I remember correctly, valley was visited by a resembling a water.s' soon swetled the Pecos swift rmmmg stream, extent that the dam away, because the, s not large enough to enormous luantity spilhvays arc intended the superfluous to r-enter the river dam, so that no water ver the dam ;they were calculations based on itood known in lhe which was in at the volume of cubic feet per second, were calculated to dis cubic feet per second. informed us that all the engineers of been called upou to amine this work and nounced the capacity than necessary. Tim however,attained a 000 cubic feet per thing h ils path was Besides the dam. ihe flmne and two brid stroyed. The damage tlon Irrigation and In) alone amounted to There is n0 .,vu seemed dark and for, settlers of the valley,and beeame despondent. The company despair, they had lars invested; they confidence in the marion of the valley ability to make it the of the world. They took repair the dainages promised thc people six months, the canals ready for use and th flow. This promise has i fully kept, as on 9 inst., the water into the cnal throu at the sixmile [Continued Not cue minute ela the takin of One Mira and relief. Why shou take One Minute ('ougt should. They do.--W. ' We call the" readers to the offer in this tssti send THE SUN and Dispatch to the same one year for only ,the best newspaper .ia Clinton Count