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THE EJIDID" QTLXIER
KDDV NEW MEXICO, MAY 7. 1MMI.
THE GUYSE KILLING
T!u rtrollmlnary hearing of II
Casey. J. A. Klasner, Jumps Hrown
and Mm. Lllllo Klasner, who are cli-ir-Bed
with tho killing of V. II. niiyiiK.itt
1'icacho, on tho morning of Friday,
April 18W), was held bnforo ICncptlro
(lomer., lit tho court-homo In Lincoln,
beginning Monday morning Inst mid
concluding at noon tlio following dny.
It wns developed nflrly in the trial
that there was not sulllctonl evidence
against Jinnee Drown, who It a htd of
about 18 yearn of age, u warrant lite
detention ni nn accomplice to the kill
lug, nmlat tli suggestion of noting
pricoutlng attorney Oen. It. Ilarlir,
the accused wns discharged from cue
tody. I'roceepdlug with the hearing, It
wu drawn nut by tho lesMinnity of the
wllnoisos that W. II. (luyiolmd ootne
to his death ly menus or wounds Inlllo
ted with n six-shooter In the huuitn of
It. A. Casey, who does not deny the
killing, hut stoutly innlntuini IiIr
innocence of wilful murder. In this,
however tho testimony adduced did
not hear him out, und Casey won com
mitted to jail without ball, to await the
action ol tho grand Jury.
,1. A, Klasner and his wlfo Mm. Mlllo
Khisner, who In a sister of It. A. Oueey,
were admitted to (mil tho sum of SB,
(XX) each. The evidence against llioni,
whllo not entirely convincing, wits yet
sulllclently strong to warrant their be
ing hold under bond until tho matter
Hlinll have been thoroughly sifted n't
the hand oftho noxt Brand Juryoi
Thejiart taken in tho unfortunate
affair by J. A. Knlnsor, on chnrged and
Hworn to by tt couple or witnesses, wns
that he iind held (luyse while Casey
wns shooting him; but this was not
clearly proven. Kulnser was shot In
the right hand.
It was in evidence, and admitted by
Mrs. Klasner, that ut tho beginning of
the troiiblo she had pushed one of tho
witnesses through an open door and
closed It ufter him, She did this, she
claims becauso tho witness was
known to bo a staunch friend to (luyso
and that hcnttompeiU" draw a weapon.
There wnnio proof, however, to tho
charge that ttilR witness was nrmed.
It wn claimed by nil of tho uucuied
that (luyso llred thu first shot, but the
weight of the testimony was against
It wan not denied that (luyse was
nrmcd when he entered the Justice's
mum whr.rn t ho klllllllf OCCIirred. Itllll
It was admitted by fancy that ho hail
done his deadly work with tlio dnceas
nil h own nlstol. which ho claimed had
been dronmid unoii the Hour during the
struggle between (liiyso and Klasner
nfti.r the former had Intel oncMioi
While tho friends of V. II. (luyse
are considerably wrought up over the
mnniu-r lii which he met his death, they
are not disposed to resort to harsh
mcusures, and oxprewt a willingness to
allow tho low to take Its course; Justice
is all they have asked Tor. u n inur
w linn been committed, they will do
inand that the murderer or murderers
nay tho penalty. On the had, If this Is
nnt nrovon. whatever may be tho do
clslonof twelve good men and true
will bo accepted by them ijuletlf. They
have no thought or taking fie law In
to their own hands.
At noon to-day i, Friday i .1. A.
KInsnnrnnd Mi. Utile Klasner wore
released from custody, having fur
nished tho reiiulrod bond. Tho iiirotlos
urs: Mrs. Toodora Chavez, W. ).
Norman, 1'nblo Ohnvoe, Ittimon VIJII,
Jose A. (tnrcla, (leorgoSuuw and
llcliiiior.illn Mi. Afcttl ItllT.
Wlic reus, the Dcmoamtlo Central
Committer of this territory has Issued
a cull for u domouraUo oonvoiitlou to
be held nt Us Vegas, N. M., on thu
15th day ur June, WW, for Uib purpose
piMit of eftwtlng delegates to thu Chi
I therefore, an member of thu wild
Democratic Central Coiniiilttuo do here
by cull a inoutlng of the democrats of
said Kddy county to oouvene ut tho
courthouse in ltddy, on Saturday, thu
23rd day ir Mfty, 18W5, ut 2 o'ulouk, p
m . for the purHNHi of electing live
, delegates to represent this comity ut
the wild democratic convention ni Las
Vegas on tho wild 15th day of .June,
1SIK). And as chairman of tho Hddy
county domooraoy I will also suggest
that thou und there wo dUamts the
time fur holding our democratic pri
maries, or any other county business
that may be brought before It.
I). A. NVMUVItlt,
Member Ceil. Dem. Committee.
W'ANTfiD Small lauHly to keep
bouse undbourd self und wife.
8. L. Ooi-k.
Pecos Rivor RailroatLGo.
Tint Talilf So, II.
To take elTecl Wednewlay, May fllli.
1 8) Hi, at ISi;OI o'clock a. til.
Standard Central Time,
in mm ii
S. i h!mt
Trnoy & MoKwnn keep full line of ;
('lark's I'utnwny llnrrowe. Coll nut
see them. j
Nullcr ot SiiIm nt IiiiiiuhmiUJ ! I
Notice Is hereby glren tlmt on Tues-1
day, April !th, al 2 p. m., 1 will soli
one black stud but rO, t my pluee. for
pound oliurgr. J. J. ILwcoit,
ir Vim Aro lHliirail
In Irrigation or fruit griming mntlers,
send jour name or a potnl cord for a
wimple copy of M'mctioii! IrrltfHtlon .
and Fruit (Irowlng," Itoewell, K. M.
I Unstinted monthly mapjrcino.
House to rent. Hmjulru nt this olllce.
Tlii- hlli llittlii-r fttmp.
I have neciired tho sendees of l'rof.
C. H. Kassley, the llnost artist lu thu
whole southwest. Wo illso llUVO llioro-
dining und revolving clialre, and tho
largest bath tub HI' the city, uuiuie
menH laiindryimr attended to whon
left In the shop. Until tho county pa
pers, tho latest dallies ami poriouionis
are always on our table.
,1. M. Si'joihy, I'oloiod llarbw
It bltoovM every oltl.on hi alt, town
mill country lo keep putted ou ttis nib
iltitf uvvutk tlmt will ooaur In thU ooumrj
midlii tho Old Wotld wlililji tlie imn
iilii moiitMt. The rwuf wll sffeet nil,
iietiOUBlly. dlrcoiljf or tndirtotljr. I't.U
iirIIoii ti on tlio ovu ot thu niOft eialting
iirMldeutlnl OHiiipiUKii l It hUtorf, Rb
fiiiiiu polities ium lu a very ooinplteiioU
.tiitH, nud toi.iUHt lira spplf log tlitr
dlojvrlM lo ninny lln-s tlmt will pro
duoti tinrtlmg uw things.
To keep Mlirontt wlUi tlio wiifld one
ttiotllil rend, in BdJttlou to llli li)sl "r
eoiinty pppor, n lle, jneiroiiulltnu iihwk-impi-r,
such it tho Twloe a-Wrtk lUpub
llo of Ht. LouW. Ill thu mum proKrwtt
v,i Juarniil In thd L'ultcd BlntM, nud lo
vncli Ittua it give thn Istitt piilltlasl newt
of nil pnrtiM lu tlio Held, thv hitwt gen
uritl nwto( thu world nud ininjr viilonlil
npuolnl (rntnriMhrtldo. Thi model new
pnpor It diliri-rud twlci-n inU by mall
lor ouly 1 n )wr,or Ik than bus esut
Tho nrlcB of tho Irtdly nnd Hundnjr He
puldlo lm ruoentljf hfii n-dsord to ou'.
60 n yeur by insll.
Tim Tom t 1'aolllo Hallway Uompntiy
wilt thlt year lurnlth torrK"l'7 ordained
alvrirytnrti, duly oredlte-i iulMonorsrlM
or oihoit totoly URBged In mlnUierlii
dulUt, out- thounnd mile tlehctt ouil
ou nil portion of t lint syttem.
Application for lliw tlekctn tliouhl
bonmdetotlmnenrMt ticket nnt of tho
TbimA I'nollle lUllwny, or nddrwc
(Iwi'l l't. ii Tkt. Aurut,
W. II. Wood, In Lu lluertu, lias IW)
uuroaof pasture for town stoak, ooti
itatlngot nbiititlnnoe or IkiIIi nlfnlfs
ami pralato funding.
Nullte lu Itvturn IUnif.
The parly who borrowed my double
hartiOM, Jan. ICflh, li requeetPil ti re
turn mmt) ai I titled II.
.1. (J. (UMItltOti.
leutljvo room Iioubp, Itwtrlu Hal
i, batlt, hot r y-rr f-1 1 'A K L.
LOST-A btttioh of k)-i with koy
ring murked, UW II. Mullwte, Ogu
ulh,.sub." and on oppogltusldo"1887.'
Thu honest flmior will bo rewarded by
leaving ut this olllce.
I'or lluinul tt ll.
The Hurnoet C'hrlstiuti. veekly, 80
conte nVoar, Denver, Colorado, Is de
voted to tho up-building of JirlghUtde,
a great industrial training school for
homuloM and tiegleutud boys. There
aro 00,000 boy tramp lu the United j
Slates and llrightsldo is the only school '
offering them ii home, education ud j
tnunual training. Will you help .' I
s So Ar iii
II in III
For this Port
Of The Kitrth.
For Evurytiiing at Fair FigiKjs Go To
Don't yon by the )mt rli'.son
In tho World
To Find Onl
Whore Tho Kent ducx)
Are Sold Chuap.
A Mntat t! Hilar Trark tld nn an Ordl
nnry Dili or ?IhfhiUiii Hind.
It Iihs been ilemonstrntcd that n horsn
oan draw 00 times ns imioh on n sleel
track tie ou a dirt raid, nud the rand
parliament at Atlnntu mHm a rosnln
lioff reeointneii(Ung the construction of
oiuerltneiitnl linrs of Meel track ronde
in all tho Kiittri lu order tlmt the prac
tical tnlno f inch n ayatetu may m de
termiurd. It bee Ikkui cstimntwl that to deliver
farm prodncn to uinrket, any 80 nitlea,
will coal by toll at leoet IS oenta per
100. Ten tun w ill cmt $80. Inxtrnil of
20 tons for oue Ljwb, mil it A tuns.
A team will ilver the 10 tana in t
days far I0, with uo rotarn load, mak
ing n not saving of $ao. Thera (Igui-es
shuw where tint la . of the farm ooeure
nud how It ceu bj r-.ved.
Tlio irfpu'.id tiiwl trm-k ictul is it
hcrse retlrond.(wiih a gnttrr truck In
stemlof a i.iiiod trnok. Tho trunk is 8
rHni-oainsricr.i. iii.uk nni.
Inoheti wide ou the bottom, with half
Inch raised side. It Is laid on n longi
tudinal timber resting on ties. Tlw mid
dle between the tracks is filled In with
stone nud ronnded up, the wnlur run
ning into the trucks and to tlm aides at
the road by coiulrlla from tlm steel
trunk. It costN taw, it Is stdd, ?hmi n
macadam or tnlfurd road. This ulcol
traok, ties nud tliub-'r will cost Imm tlinu
fli.ooo a mile. To this must ho added
the grading nitl fliHvg In hulweon thu
tracks wtth atone or other nillnbla ma
terinl. A ilrat i-luss strol truck rottd
with the beat luauadum surface will cost
lues Ihsu 8,000 n mile, and it good
country road with l' .liter uintoriels unit
lie built for less t'uui II.OOO it mile.
And this roml whrn hnilt Is prnotionlly
a rnllroeil to every man's door, for It in
a perfect rani for wt-uus, bloreles und
tho ooiiilug raid motors.
Friends of the sfme raid claim that
tho steel roml would rwpilio a ilnuhki
truek, arguing that 'f hut nun tntok is
built and two UmiIihI lettms met ou It,
wlileh won Id have the right of wuyr If
n tONiu ooiilil draw a load weighing iO
tons ou sneli a road, how eouhl It tutu
out ou a onimiioii roud lo as atintlnir
onnnlly hrsvjly Iiui'mI tenuiT Ami how
eVitihl a fast team ptjM n slow team go
lug in thn snu:e direction:
alauy nre of the opinion, liowever,
tlmt eitoh n system of steel rands, It
built doultln trnok, would be a grant
blessing lo furim-rs and bettnr than uuy
inaondam or iruvol routl.
Onrtrnir tlmdUy Itt-tiavrt Oood Roadt tr
f Urat IMMttltt.
Oaveruor II rail ley of Kentucky, In
ltd tuesesge to the lgishUuii. took oar
oh si mi to call ntteuttru to the ootid It ion
ot the rands In the Mtt. He sold i
"The state, us h rule, law imld but
little Blteotloji to tho tHbllslittient nud
muiutennuee of puMIn roaiU. Kither the
pa wit system Is dcfrotlre or Ita provi
sions tiro not mifotot I. If jiersoiisrauvtat
ed of misdemeauors were ootnpelleil to
work out their tluw on thu omutry
roudi, It would prove quite bonefloisl.
"I ooiinot niidertnu to enter into a
thorough illMiusshHi of this subject, bat
earnestly otill yauie'tetitiou toll. Onod
roads are of great benefit to tme who
aro omnpelled toi'ilp luerehaiidlfe or
protlaee, and, as hi.j Iteeu well said by
an tuulueiit wrlior, aro 'ImlubltHble uvl
dinees of thrift nud a high order of ctv
VALUE OF dOOD WOADBEQ8.
An Uldeot Um rwr Alt Who Are later
rtlfld Ih Vjbum lli.nl.
What would yon think of a railway
wnungeiueut thnt woM pttuilt Its road
to be full of i ' j-nnd ghwlub .nl V -
(Vine in and soo nnr
of Now ttrylp Jn
Dry (J nod,
I" ing Oonds,
j ShooH, Mnts,
LndtcV Shirt AYnists.
jeiitHiid broken rails mid soggA- plncw
nlid'yronlil seek to overcome tliean ob
ilnletroifs by luoreMtng the sine mid
rtraigth of IU loeouiottvufi ami onrs7
asks (ood Honda.
Of tfonrtf It would reimiro lota mnro
fudl in niakit the stenm, only n halt a
train oonM ho hnuksl, tho rolliug stock
wottltl soon bo iktatroycd, nnd the whole
resources of the munpnuy would Iwspent
111 tllf) repair chop.
UrleAy, tlm flrat thing to do would bo
to hot Id n good rondlied.
Isn't thin nn object lesson for farm
rf What Is the dlfferue In iirluolilo
vhsthti it Ih n inllruHtl or it wngou
Jlnlnn't flnlitn llmint Iah,
The laws of thu stale of .MnluaitKpilro
hall tqwns nud i' iiitutloiu to tirect and
malntnlii guldelMiiirds at all iiirIii cross
iugs or jmirtioiit under a iieunlty fui
failure of (Ui for each board and fur ouch
mouth so uoglecled. It In wondered if
many towns aro awaru of this. In the
Nulcctuieu'H olllce It wits roosutly figured
to scu what it would coot this town If
complaint had been made. It was over
$8,000. Itangoluy (Me. ) Ikos.
Fix thu rood nud sttvu fixing thu ve
hicles. Tbeaeiplitluii of a rottd should not la
(hhiiT fiioTly uiMin the wwitlier.
Quo of the wotft things tn get over It
n bad roud.
"There Is plenty of room at the Urn"
of a good rostl.
The nioviMiient thnt was ou foot fw
making good mads is now riding ou a
A GOLD flINQ GMIMARY.
A Clorariiliifliit Olllrtwl Wliii ItuliiiolK Willi
Willi Slrrrt 4luey .UiniBerc.
Uhurlea S. Iliunllii,.ussistuut secretary
of the treHsury, oiuue to town last night
ou the ( 'ciiureaslonal Liuilteil ot tho
Pennsylvania railroad fur tho pur poo uf
stirring up the miuiiiI money men hum to
renewed activity. Sir. Ilamliii has kupt
close watch of thufriwailver movemuiit,
having ilim-tutl thu udmiulslrutluti bu
rutin at Washington hut your, which
worked in conjunction with thn New
York I'hnmliur uf commerce. Tho mio
cexa of thu Memphis miuiiiI money cou
veutlou ami the urumule nnalnt free Ml
vor in tlio miitli wore lnrgolyduo to Mr.
Ilamllii'solTurts. Perhaps unoiiu in tho
ootiutry is bettor qimllllwl to glvo mi in
telligent stHtemeut of thu silver situa
tion than llio awihitnut secretary of thu
"Thu silver oruzo is, if anything,
more rampant today," ho said to a Com
merelul Atlvertlser rujKirter, "than it
ever vh. Indued It hviiius to have ns
many lives uh a out. liutuod of dying
out it wins to be ou the iiu'rease. It Is
even unking iiirouds In the east.
"Thn fact In," snidMr. llnitiliu, "tho
business men uf the country, and es
pecially the New York chamber of com
meres, mujt wake up to the liuportuiwe
of taking prompt and uiibrgetin action to
head off this 'half dollar hereay.' There
is no tliun to lose. Tlm national politi
cal want vent ions are less than three
months away, and It will never do to
straddle tho silver ipiestlou lu the plat
form. "I expect to have h leug talk with
Mr. Henry llatitst, the chairman uf (he
ootiimlttee on sotinil HiihiiuIiiI ItgislatlBii
of thei bsiulH-r of ooutiiieree, Itntore I re
turn to VYnthiunuui. nud see if we euu-
not strike oat more bohlly tlinu evw eti
this great ijuastloii. The New York.
enaiuuer or oommeruo nas m-eit uuitig n
good woik, but it unu do great deal
"Who do you Imagine will bo thu
oaudldale fur president ou tho Demo
"That Is prutty lmrd to say Just now.
There Is a good deal of talk ubeat Mr.
(Jlovelund ruiiulug ngitiu, and Mr. Cur
IIsIu'h iiaiu" is also brought forwurd,
ltither one would liuvu the solid support
of the sound money ieoplo of tho oeuii
try. "Wo auiiiHJt afford to have a free til
ver enodldatu, that Is sate. "Now York
Kip itamiutrlug wj.
Venn t.,ttlil iliu t1
wiert Mil ripnt tnt ami tltwt Imwunt
Wo mnrk Ihom l.w in
soli ihom Quick.
All PriooM nt the Low
No qnoHiion . nhont yon
hoing highly plonnod with
thoHp gnotls nnd prlooH.
A Grand Display,
"A Grout Stock and
Just What You Want.
R. U. PIERCE, Prtsltlenl, S. T, BITTING
ni II. Ittirty. .1. s. smtheson, s. T. llltlliig, .1. A. IWlly,
W. A. Ilnwklns, C. I!, t'onwny.
v T fTlirnnn i t mitt ntrviTrtT nn d
5 PICKETS, SA8II, etc,
d. F. MATHESON,.
And Oonoi'nl ironvni'diiiir
Hay, Grain, Seed, Food, Blacksmith Goal
and lee delivered in tho City.
Yf A. KERR,
W. A. MILLER,
Painter and Qecoratofj
Gallery of Jn& Arfcp.
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