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A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County.
VOLUME CAKKIKOXO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, JANUARY 1. l'JU'J. NUMHEK 44
STAIlllINd AFFRAY AT JICARILLA.
A very rcrious stabbing' affray
occurred at Jicarilla last Friday
night, or in the early liours of Hie
following morning. Liberotto,
a stop-son of Maximiaitio Guc
Imrra, cut and slashed Matias
Sudillo !u such a manner that the
lattcr's life was endangered.
Dr. I'adcn was called from this
place, and went to Kavcntou, ex
pecting to attend the wounded
man at his home; but upon his
arrival there learned that Sedillo
was in such a precarious condi
tion that he could not be moved
from the scene of the affray. A
night drive was made to Jicarilla,
and it was while making this
drive that the doctor met with
his accident, which, for a time,
put him out of business and he
was delayed in reaching the in
Ultimately reaching the scene,
however, the wounded man was
found to be suffering- greatly and
quite weak from the loss of blood.
An examination disclosed no less
than twelve knife wounds, some
slight, while othcre were deep
and dangerous. The knife in
one instance had penetrated the
right lung, which, indeed, pro.
dttced. a condition Irom which the
worst results might follow. All
the wounds were dressed and the
patient revived, and later reports
induce the belief that he will
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ULIiVBN CMINAA1BN CAPTURED.
A buueh of almond-eyed gen
try got past Carrizozo Sunday
night, notwithstanding the vigi
lance of immigration officers
Curtis and Scusucr, and went on
cait, no doubt feeling good over
their success in eluding the offi
cials. However, their joy, it joy
was felt, was of short duration;
for Conductor Clavel, who had
charge of the train, was better
on hearing than the officers were
on seeing, and when Durati was
reached, he went to a car from
whence emanated the noise, and
discovered a lot of live freight in
what was supposed to be an
empty fruit car, with seal un
broken. Conductor Clavel re
ported his Hud to the agent and
watchman, the car was opened
and eleven slant-eyed sous of the
llowery kingdom were taken into
custody. The government offi
cials at Carrizozo were notified
and pig-tailed bunch was brought
back Monday and carried to Ala-
A large amount of provisions
and a quuantity of water were
found in the car, fufiicicnt, it is
said, to have maintained the crew
until they could have reached the
Atlantic seaboard. The author
ities do not know where the cargo
got aboard, but it is believed El
Paso was the point, and evidence
seems to bear out the belief that
the Celestials had plenty of as
sistaucc from private individuals
dance, hut as to its cause and its I in sucuring passage, without
merits we are unable to say. We 'purchasing tickets at the union
arc informed, however, that the
man who wielded the knife was
given a preliminary hearing be
fore the Jicarilla justice, and was
placed under a live hundred dol
lar bond for his appearance at
the next grand jury.
BARTHQUAKB KILLS OVUR 100000.
The island of Sicily and south
ern Italy were visited by au earth
quake Monday of this week, the
greatest single disaster recorded
fit history. A tidal wave suc
ceeded the shock, a large portion
Of Slcll r nud the mainland of I taty
was submerged, many populous
WORK ON TUB I'll'U LINB BXTUN
The ditch for the pipe line,
running north from Coyote, has
practically been completed as far
as Ancho. The piping has not
yet arrived, but aasoou as it docs
pipe-laying will begin. From
Coyote for quite a distance north
the pipe material will be iron,
and where the pressure is less
wood will be used. A pumping
station will be put in at Coyote,
and a reservoir and another pump
ing station between Coyote and
Corona. Prom Corona to Uuran
Is now In progress at Ziegler Bros.
We have started a Clean-Up Sale
and expect to see things go.
Quilts and Blankets?
at greatly reduced prices,
LADIES' UNDERWEAR, HATS, OLOVES,
SKIRTS and all SHIRTWAISTS
will go at greatly reduced prices
from January 4 to January 23.
Come and visit us. Note our prices carefully
the quality, whether you buy or not.
The House of Good Taste U
ZIEGLER BROS. 8
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wuiw uimroiy wipou oui ami more lhc wutor wjU l)C cnrriu(, ,,y Rrav.
Ihnu 100.00U lives lost. The. i... mm, i,,..t, m 11,,,. ,.,sn
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(lOvntUilioii is complete, and the
worst i to follow pastiloucc and
fauiluttmtwlthstnnding- tho aid
Utftt is belBff runliud to Ilia tin
fortwmie eurvivorc from all parts
of Itao world.
be nearly sixty miles, and the
company hopes to have it com
pleted within six months,
All kinds of fued and Hour
the CurrtaaKo Trading Co.
Nogal waa the scene of a num
ber of weddings Christmas week,
and furnished most of the princi
pals. Harry K. Allen and Miss Min
ute Morgan, botlt residents ol
Nogal, went to Lincoln Monday
of last week, secured a license
and were there married by the
justice of the peace.
On Thursday evening of the
same week, at 4:15 o'clock, Win.
Ilust and Miss Lukcy Cochran
were pronounced husband and
wife by Justice Koouce. The
contracting' parties live at Nog.i!.
The same evening, at the hour
of 11:15, the services of Justice
Koouce were again called into
requisition, and, in the dining
room of the Nogal hotel, united
in marriage Samuel W. Kclscy
and Miss Lou Anne Johnson.
The groom, formarly a resident
of Nogal, now resides at Uouito,
whurc he is engaged in teaehiug
school; and the bride, recently
with her parents at Carrizozo,
grew to womanhood in Nogal.
To these three young- couple,
just embarked upon the sea of
matrimony, the Nkws extends
best wishes, and trusts that they
may enjoy long lives of peaue unil
AT WltlTB OAKS.
A quiet wedding was held at
White Oaks on the evouing of
December 25th. The contracting
parties were Fred A. Gibson of
this place and Sarah Olncr of
White Oaks, The ceremony was
performed by Justice of tho Poaco
II. C Crary at the residence of
D. L. Jackson.
Dillard Shortzer and Myrtlo
McNcw, both of Ancho, wore
united in marriage at While Oaks
on December 25th, Kcv. South
well, Methodist minister, per
formed the ceremony.