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   Deming Headlight, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1888, Deming, New Mexico                                Bert tiling ia ontlterB I VOL 8. (THE LEADING MERCANTILE HOUSE I111 n OF THE SOUTHWEST. Cenrtwof MM Bratli Stock DEMIXG. GRANT COUVFY. NEIV MEXICO FBiDAY Items Plrlfal Ip Hire, Tli and Klsevhere. IiW A school is now in pro Gallup, taught bi Ker Gallup u for a five cent Methodist "Jooii J AvIWto.. deceased, ,t now He.ng shipped there F, n 1, surprised Dur ng tha past vear n Arizona i "nenmde, tbe aiaate Vi aires of the puolicdomain bj the LM traces bra i P rere (n'ered br A Pnchard, of add Itobert Kean. of Meeker, To'-1 CsJMWhia lo Mockmeii, tilled on his cattle Burlington road a collision, i'shipments bi rail baa bea i hone at D He baa dec dc 10 an will begin -i Ifaffl "LINDAUER! MSER C6, Wholesale and Betail ia x Ikriotty 4 CwtOils. Floirjlay. (Irani Petatws. Nails iHare, Sled 4 Iron, yfci Harness i C3' 'TT5 a -ry i i i t -rvy- n i STTJIDIEB >ni UrgestSlMiDrj Soods, Boots I Ftnuiilnj Goods, I S'etsaj'i Hits, In Stliet I lararlMillttem mlbr tMadtto n.rti t r. ivriimnv si han wane uti'rioua >n h i flagstaff boasts of bating tbe' OwtdeuUI reeemh, killed bw mother nudf best brass band In Arizona, otej m Grant seriously an- 'J Tloa. R I kn'rt nnk Borerre i open evcrr ttednetdsr ahd Socorro woril1 :mm, an attoraej, late o Kaiifan, will probabh "tart a newspaper a1 Jjn h partnsniwP bnwlier, thmk. .ome of going into I J H stnbbi. master J. I'.C Langnon is building an buineu at of (he Irtow Teia. F'H' Woth mo 3" "f connltT- farB DELICIOUS BISCUITS OR WHOLESOME BREAD use DWKHFS COW-BRAND SODA SALEMTUS X NOTICE. OU. S, ABSOLUTELY PMflE. ntfon urn-fa, man T. A, tyiwAi.Wp.d H 1 'BBSS TRAINS FREE ON CHARGE TO ALL POINTS -At ratM- M to CHT vlthcM hicago and St. Lpuis, one ange wltk t ami, II I i t lardware, Stoves, Tin Sheet Iron, Arents for tbeCelebrated 'ALTER A, WOOD MOWING clone Wind Mills, CHARTER OAK STOVEk BBICM jt I duafrta A raluih ttttt-t 10jj u> ur tt -f.. o, A CoBnlutumi esa, nrtcuu eoiWncVodi, 1-----win tMlvc iB-uMlBle aiift DRS S D DAVIfoOX, AM. If: o 'w nlntt ct tout. Mo OOOK BKUTBEE9 Ijnc ircasurer 01 P B "k'l'ped to Cinada. H proml father of a ten pound girl i" >llort WW and the citv i bankrupt Si. Tairt has commenced to pre pare for the ne neit winter. Presbyterian mission school at Santa Fe over forty pupils enrolled. Several Baton men-bants invested in a novel advertising scbtnie. President spend a little of to the litriagc of Siiis conntir. hr ftirn The treasurer of Cleveland, from 'iTuIdld j poeta! solditrat San sought' Arf'order" W I amusement biting another so) i -lose do fh a i. Four tremendous' big  1 J A UICKIIAKI S UttvST) f PonloMfp Dr. Swan baa decided to remain i Chloride permanently for the nnler at least, At Winpple Barracks tbe sol icr boys shoot at the stars morn gaud evening T J. I asson.of Socorro, raised ver 260 pumpkins or. a piece df SOiSO feet. Tbe house clnb e'ossd at oeorro Cause, too many of its embers marnsd. The 6t earner Pineaukee, wheat, sank in "t Ciairnver Jack Dussler, old nine Silver! tj boy. doing well at Citor de !ene, in Montana. Santa Fc owes about toOOCO terent on railroads for the icars ''Si, 18S6 and 1887. Tbe lirotlifrhood of Locomo me Kngincers have re eleitcd P A Arthur oe chief ef Ainu js.denie at Dernaljllo for occupaniy mside of a1, nu I _ ii Taylor, of BeddingtonJ r bas purthasfd tbe lo the suffering and destitute set of two bnndred aires 11 itwoandabalfmilesjontbeast i town. tt bile out plating ball at Albu querqoe, Charlie Oirdad had a nnger ad tlie left haud-brokan at tbe flrot joint. Miss Florense Bnuth, of Hillr- of Mrs Hurwood, of js lery daugrrousl} ill of typhoid fever. Gambling instruments, seized by process of law, were recently tarned in the publii, streets of Tacoma A painter at El fell frooi a staging a distinct of twentv eight feet and broke a wrist be Bides injuring hia spmti and bank V who 4 of defacing iiesly interior of tie postofflce.------ e railroad retnrnny El Paso u down 103 feot. Blose j paused through 50 feel ------------n MWH. uiuoa CTII leet OI- burg, Mrs 0 M Bayne and Mi-i. saad and are now lira, amdetoae W fl. Jones, of Baton, were' formation bnSK I" Oaks' eonri, Alb.- 1 a iwoftNiat uew'b-i J for an eutern tnj> r Mr? child has ronuti attack of icarlct at juliap, and ihc IIJB ro opened her home The Pccoa Taller Unit and Irrigation Company has flatted t new in the Pecos TaUett callpd Eddj A company has been at Cintiul Junction to det elope sdme Urge asptultum beds ID the of thfrcitT A sou of Duncan probablr laLe charge of thp juts to raffe of the Methodist Episcopal -huixh at El J M who had fua place of bornt sotorro, i purchased meat market or fi P HeJplttngeetine but UDRlUCOSBful at Uup A BTste tif well- Geo Cnnijau old wlditr imowu in SoeorrOj u e hdeu killed short distK.es oiaiciu xn robbehr lias been eip, a d on h een Wl a aliorl durtai.es Meiican Jistioual nulraud, and jUouih of 8au Antonio, a argo uumbir of b WM ndi g falling Orer luck been jaih d j wards on him Alei Majors and G W Bibbms! Ine iavajo Indiins tisre killed of Kanttu CUT, MO who wbi.eroan up on reeerra- been it llilliboro looking who jsanpposed to lie Swift their mining mterMtu re- one of the jtelyarhuh rewntlr Innied home went ont to hunt for tie Adain'i Smitb, of Socorro, is haling s gold tbonsaml adobe brick m-ulo preparatory to the etpiiion of a gstllery of art next ajmng The remains of Mrs. Susie Mat- bes were shipped east from Al io !hc home of her James tt'ard, a former at tie louden theater, St. Lome, wliiie going through fe'l from tie trapez sad pujaged downward into the ochestn c! He cat not Ine mother, Mrs Auua M tonnerlv of got .......Rnmcofcaids at Cerr.llos tempt to J J i" at jesrolrv store m Albuquerque, "P bv a pis.o! raadc by Uirea thieves 1'ipcr. A thief Riote a shottrnn from (he rooms of Wallace at San Dr and Mrs. iilock celebrated fever reported Oak on 01 ember yd 1) W nght, of Mount I i to tl'tir united guests Mr and Mrs A F Ries bare aoied into tin ir handsome rest The diminutive Chinese ngtten Atkinson, fr, who is reported have 111......f jstnaaeed bribe saie of Ainan nuned irtrace Socorro during the fanr years, was robbed of at lin home Tbe stage from Rio Gnnde ih bas been belli .p bj a louo lilghTaymati who relieved tbe lengers of their wealth and took tie United States regie tered mail poncb. Peter Loye, seme rrontlu since inmate of St Vinceul a hoept nt. ta tea audeviden K beiimoioiinienic atnktu, for he bas retiitncd it Holt ft Howard have sold tbnr Ur. mt II.. I...... I. .1 ft tit to enjoy conunbml bin- (titertst in tbe Incry, sale a-id j feed BUWe at 1 d tlouthier, of Spnnger, ton usil to thioago and o'hei eastern soon r Dick and Dillv Par, as rcferep awarded n ivc gone out .nov.d from Jo.c Uplmm. has imrebnsed quite ill in M Lnuifi, is -now Jle_wili jetnm to (.Mv wl'Mi entirely well GO EAST VIA THE !XAS PACIFIC RAILWAY 1 he Shortest Route. 5l s for All Points in Europe by Ail Lines Wti TmBj TtMgfc Dtimc U ft Inn. M tfcil .ith fnUtow, tv.g.4 ilk, Rates as Jow7i any Line A and holds forth at Uilly ban J ftof thow to Out of Socorto's poefr, (Sauia U from the IiiortliVMt to Angnst Outtuer, bus just added a fllu' wife ill nnd bin little haken to his business !totl frurt ftnirletina Chas Uarfidd a norirr In City a rompanr dance to his colored friends, at {'iai foc( the pnrjiose Uesteru liall, 111 Albuquerque at I! Iti g diseases of piwcrsj fhr- U tn I> lt< piWbl fromi Mottii.i (U'tnjinf l.riBic unif r I 'tl nisit ujuotiiy nrju AC w'-itVrtiTV'.h1" f u, flHt "riT j4r o( n all J-lIVn Mil if ul Its) K SMrMsVT frfHc r. of m .tut Him g n iiew 'opera home ,or other nhce of aniuituiotn John li.ack came baik to CUT froinTwas last week but! 1iic of four health lias not much nnproTetl W( opftud .Sihtr City and ihB bones remmcd Ar 11 0 Uolton. mother of ftbviucut to thi- IfoMir- Uiul 040 throat aijl _____ of Baton U.t IT A'lalra? Island, .....i tireu fore g i sloops of war on entering the harbor of The grand foraKlngs Kranem o. Oil hat NorHpet U ilo nc fine I ton boivl hofp.Mddle and bridle row. Mrs il ah The Chloride social ...ne one of tia popular eventng November blh tlin didifate Iliul dancrSf IICW n Wilhani t" 17 '77" Meredith fla ,lcv j< of t about the honso (iiitniikti luulr a usffu! to In; has rt d to makfl llin' illnn nud nillj ir'it home 1 he little town of H il( nn tho Chicago, Hurlinjloii (Jnl.ii mlroall was nearly wiped out IM 8r' llfli Hull not thp hero of the J A Swan, late treasurer of Holt nt kmnville (ountl, Tcini ii (holt to s of JJ'.OOO llotssolneftbete in :hf if,   IMIISSS ill that tine a! mt'11 futbu t f A I lh.au' if J >l been appointed gdnp io Vnjom Id reiuvi rtul tiln ul Of eniiie- tir il i! it i IP t ir Irap from the hml.e a .dislAiiii of Inofnl Vtler taiMn ba- been, in, .ji-ei lie sw.in ashore igalt   I "i li i of n( i 't i 1 IP i lurui i w.ala." li, ut, "av mien s for SSFs: SMVEH Cm9J 1EWSP4PERS   

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