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Lincoln County Leader.
Saturday. Juno 14. l.SSi. A FAMOUS SPEECH al mu oí ln-art, coiisc-ii'in.'u ami j Iiiiiim :! ) luis much t coiict al, nml lrnín, licncíitlr li;r flair - such a would vi-rv liki-lv lie about bis his niau s .lames í. Maino. TAp-1 lorv if lie wcio iiikcd out -siions. j plrtusc. 1 Wlifii lio volunteers n ríame, tlic For t lio lc.ublican host. k-f by ' assumption is that it is a false one, ItliN intreiM'l man, there can he no 'ami under these circumstaiicTs one Ingeroll i Nomination of Blaine at lefeit. appellation is as frood as anotlnv. Cincinnati in 1876 This is n praml ycar-- year! So, returning to original mct'iods, I i,ctI. i,f !!,!, pti u tri"i r(.l in iitr. iii tilled with the recollections of the comrades ai'plv a term that ex- irm ) Sl.v-ii()tiM. One vnr Six tmmtliw Tim e mnnllis Til K Subscription invnrintil. in advance, lihirlccopics 5 crnl. Specimen copit ' free. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. i ... f! m. .2 p in. ? p 1,1 i .i it in. i HHTEIIN M rrlve " V" "." M- ,,Ui,.l.r f"' revolution; filled with the j.rond presses some chnracteristic, and hy ross-riNTo aii. imti in June 1 , ami tender memories of the imst: ; tlmt onlv is a man known to those j Arrive, daily t Mr. I liairman, i.aMies ami ten- wit !. ttie sacreM legends ot liberty - who meet ami drink ami tight with thi i huh m wi.. tlemen:-Massachutt- innr V!a vcar in which the sons of freedom! him durinir liis transitory sojourn t'?1í.,l;B-VV,".n -"". 7",.,M!rty "V'1 asm.! h.iti-fied with the lovaltv of I5ei.pi-; -11 drink from the fountains of ! in their 1 .eality. It is frequently! 'í;:1;Vak,;.'S"1 "I"1! ,.n!':! aJ mili II. l5iistov : so am I: nut if ' enthusiasm; a vcar in whicli the the storv of a murder in the furl uimai!ciM..i;ju minute in-fore iii-innm'. j .... ; i ii i- ' t i if . ii .i! .IrifWtere.l h Mem nml .ack:re tlimiM le ' a:iy man tiomniateil ly tins eon-, peojile call tor a man wh lias pre- j est - that a man has killed Ins prmcmcii one hour tcioieiicpmtnicoi ninu. i Nc'ntion cannot carry the Stale of served in Cmuri-ss what our sol- partner. This sounds atrocious to I ;.,,,1j,;7,,T:;,,1,.,n f"","n rr",n 7 Vo " ! Massachusetts, I am not satisfied diem won upon the lield; a year in an Ka-tern ear, where the won! i M. II. KlXI.oMY. P- M. with the loyalty of that State. It ; which they cull for the man w ho j implies a relation growing out of the nominee- of this convention ean-; has torn from the throat of treason j mutual acquaintance and confi dence ; hut a prospector's "pard" !in the Rockies mav lit- the chance 01! PURE WHISKY. Tl.e ulcrllMT liaenff(cd In the frui Whisky buiiticM, and wll. cxcl.ulvely die purr? Brittle as msrjufic'urwl for, anil shipped b.intij ttio EAOLE DISTILLING j CO., .of OwelmlKiro, Ky.. Iban which llire i ....... I.-.Ij. .. .....I. A .11 t... paruki-n nf T J, MoDHn h't hand mde our math whlikv need no iiiduvtuirnl lit try it again, and I Hell none oilier. .Maniple room nn White Onki Avnuo. Jnat writ of lav IVnt Offlc. All arc eordi- ally invited to drop in. i W. J. LITTKLL. BEN J. F. HENRY. General Merchant. not carry the grand old common-1 tlx; tongue of slander- forth.; man wealth of Masachtis( tts hy 7."."l,f ! who has Miat.'hcd flic mask of De majority. I would advise them ft) ! mor-raey from the hideous tice of sell out Faricuil Hall as a D -mo-'' rebellion; forthis man who, like cratic headquarters. I would ad- j an intellectual athlete, has stood vise them to take Ironi l'unker , in the arena of debute and chal- acquaintance of an hour a brother train) overhauled on the trail a COUNTY IHUEi 'TORY Frolmtc Judirc .H. S. Tkhi.m.i.. V E N A SCO, Lixvi.x Co Mnw Mkxjco -rolmle Clerk S. It. Cohiikt. i S'ierilT I. YY. l'ot. I Count v Commissioner-. Ranch Sepplies a Special j. ii i t ....!. t..:.... it..! i hoozv cmn.at.t..n in a Jrunken riot. I E. T. Stonb. Josk Moxtaso. A. Yn.sx. T T V y Ti """ '" .....1 I,-! 1 ...1 ,, .1 1 Srhool Commissioners. ! for lliJea, IVlt. and .ll.l.VM,MV-.lf.llVI,.'flOIOtl ... . .. .... i . I L... I 1 ...... I- 1. ..'L-.l I. I. I-1.-VL. ! Hill that old monument ot clorv. . lt-u ir'-i all comers, and who is still; is no more reason to refrain from ".. ' ,.,.', , w t: ,1 ; i I A p-1 killing him though the pair havei usiiee of Hie lVuce. W'm. K. Hi.a.nciiah:. 1 Coiintrv I'roduce. The Rp)ublicans of the Cnited a total stranger to defeat. States demand as their leader in j ilause. ! traveled and piidured together for: 'onmM .i . . . n h , . i-' i-i 1 i i-i i ,1 me grear coiuesi oi j s i o a man i iikc an armen warrior, . wccks man any nod y else wn . iii't'lligcncc, a man of well known i.ikk a i-i.i mkii kmi.u i, .qijioses the niurdcrer's will or c- and a)proved political opinions. James (i. Ulaine inarched down ' cites bis anger. It is far more fre-1 They demand a statesman; they de-1 the halls of the American ( 'ongress qucntlr the casi-, however, that ! Jj,"' C'Y. IAVlnsi'M. - - OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. I- KHKIÍA !.. (tovernor '. . I.IONkl, A. SilKI IMtK. mand ft reformer attei. as well as : and threw his shininc lance lull ! these chance acouaintanccs result Secretary H . (). Kircn. i r .1 .. rr i.. i! i r..:.. i i n: : i i i. i ! Chief . Ill J A. TOMLINSON, LlRAl.KH LS IS NOW PREI'ARED TOJX)! ANY KIND OF .Justice Samiki. H. Axtki.i.. As ociate ( Iamkh Br.i.l.. before the election. They demand ; ami fair 'ngninst the brazen fore-j in an alliance in which each shares a politician m the lushest, broadest i heads ot the detainers ot his coun-1 generously with the other, behaves ! Justice, t VY akiikx Bkihtoi.. . . ; . , ,. , i i I i i . i i , ,. i Surveyor (ieneral H. M. Atkixsos. ami best sense- - . try and the manguera ol ln honor. , squarelv and stands bv his ''pard Collector lot Ker . Sins V. Fisuku a max ok siTLim MoiíAi. oi KA(K. i For the Rciublicaii jiarty to de-'in every ditliculty even though Thev demand in every d.tt.culfy-even tl.ougl, , - - ; " 1 . . 1111 'it .1 1 TV umu lu-ijiKunti'u : sort mis gaiiant leaner now, is as no does not Know ins name. ;- HenMrM I.iuhI iniirc Drugs and Medicines, WfTi: OA AS A IK, Prescriptions a Specialty. w.th public affairs, wi'h the wants of the people; with not only the requirements of the hour, but with the demands of the future. Ap plause. They demand a man broad armv should desert 1 ixt though an their general upon the Held of bat-jw lie. j Applause. J I flames !. Blaine is mw and has been for years the bearer of the sacred standard of the Republican i. . .i . t . . t .. -1 ' . . Oil II HI If. . rnough to comprehend the relations j p(U.ty. I call it sacred because no of this government, to the other na- human being can ever stand be tions of the earth. They demand j im,tli its fohls without becoming a man well versed in tl.e powers, ,m without remaining free. duties and prerogatives ot each and every department of this gov ernment. Thev demand a man A man in Kentucky who had been a hard character, wishing to leform. joined the Methodist church He wiii received on probation. The first meeting whicli he attended after being so received was one where each one told his or her ex- .Santa Fc. . w ho will sacredly preserve- the llnancial honorof the United States, one who knows enough to know that the national debt must, be Gentlemen of the Convention, in l''cnce, ami what tl.e Lord Had the name of the srreat Rem.blie.the ! tl",,e or lim or ,Kr- Utl"'r onlv Republic that ever existed was l'illle1 U,J(,M to Ul1,1 llis l'Wv ui. n the earth; in the name of all her defenders and all her support- Joh.n It. McKik. ' M. Fm isT. ; Keccivers. I.nnd ofllce, S. YY. Sl.l.HKK.Y. YY. II. Baii.uai nr.. li:i:i;iloi;lAl.. ! YY'ni. Hreeden ! C. C. McConins j K. C. YVadu K. L. Bni tlett. .A. Orliz Y' Salazar I No Prcsnriptiont flll.d or MedU-inv. i Hold vxcent for Cash Att'y licneral Att'y. 2nd District Alt'y. !!rd District Adj." lie lie ra. Treasurer Auditor Trinidad A lurid. Livery & Feed Stable. I V Í. 1 I Jll'1'Íf-íOH. mm ers; in the name of all her soldiers living; in the name of all her sol- 1.1 1.1 l.aid rnrougii tne i.rsiieriiy ot mis .1 ,i...i ., ,i, ,.1,1 Ktfi,. ...... 1 -.1 1 -i. . ' 1 ' 1 ! peopie; one w 110 kiiows enoiigii 10 know that all the financial theories in the world cannot redeem a singlo dollar; one who knows enough to know that all the money must be made, not by law, "but by labor; one who knows enough to know ence to many others that had been given. Solemnly he arose and startled the meeting by saying: ''I am hellbent on heaven."' Now, that was not intended profanity, 1.11 . ! and in the name of those who tier-1 L,ul onl.V "ls energetic way 01 e.v ished in tl.e skeleton clutch of g l' truest desire to be famine at Andersnnville and Libby ! ril1 ,,f 'm illuI 1t f'"r inhM' whose sufferings he so vividly re-1 uú ot '"-'aven. members, Illinois Illinois nomin- " " ates for the next I'resident of this! lt.vml WÍU,t Mron cards, call- count. v that i.rince of oarliamei.t- i ng t'i,r(1 or "V ki,,(l ,if that the jieople of the United States j arians -- that leader of leaders cards, envelopes, neatly printed have the industry to make the i J,)ni.s (; . Rlaine. j letter heads, statements, notes or money, and the honor to pay it! . any kinds ot olanks, call on us over just as fast as they make it.-- Missing Men in the Gunnison Country I Applause. 1 Hundreds of men come to the The Republicans of the I'nitcU twn with the approach of warm j a"- Do y .u want posters, dodg States demand a man wiio knows : weather , buy a small stock of pro- j c'''s liandbMIs, j.rograms. or, in that prosperity and resumption. I vh)1)M tike them linón tl.eir back I ÍM'' ""vthing that can be done when they come, must come tu-i01. 1it(.k ,K.m on a donkcv, and dis- Nvith ,.VPU illk' if .v, t',,,, ! gfther; that when they como. they appear, hound for tl.e lonely nioun will come hand in hand through tains. No one knows them, and the golden harvest fields; hand 111 j the cases are few where any one is hand by the whirling spindle and 1 rL.menibered well enough to be llavinir penleil the new vtable of Jacob Miller, located on l'ii.e St., diagonally op posite tin- rear of I'ae Billiard Hall. Ki is now prepared to let horse and slicller and feed animals at the LOWEST LIYINti RATES we'll do it. Job work done neatly, quickly, and in a manner to suit the turning wheels; hand in hand recognized a week later. It thev ast the open furnace doors; band get back all safe in tin- fall they in hand by the chimneys tilled ' ,,KMTV ,mss through town on their with eager fire, greeted and grasp ed by the countless sons ot toil. This money has to be dug out of the earth. You cannot make it by passing resolutions in a political convention. Applause. The Republicans of the I'niledjd States want a man who knows that thi-t government should pro tect every citizen at home ami abroad ; who kimn s that any gov ernment that will not defend it way out; if they do no? return no body notices it. Moreover, it docs not follow la cause a man is a resi- dent in a mining centre a man of j humble rank socially. I mean a! laborer - that he is misled if he i 1 isappcars. It is Ins habit to go; away ami come back again; nobody 1 know s him except on the street, or in a brief companioiiidiip of some, job work, ami nobody cares. If hei is struck (lo.n l v the crushing! defenders, and protect its protectors I yjoht t,f , i,y .sde, the chances is ; disgrace to the man of the I ;m. not onl that his body vvil li ie 1 wend, l'liey demand a man who hidden till it thaws to light in the believes in the eternal separation of ! si .ring, but that no curiosity will c dciiiand 1 ht. aroused as to his disappearance from his usual haunt's." Further more, when be is found, it is very likclv no one can identity him by churcl.L.aiul sel.oi 11 man whose political reputation is as spotless as a star:, but they do not demand that their candidate shall have a certificate of moral i character signed by a Confederate more than a name, as to whose genuineness no evidence exists. Congress. The man w ho has 1 l'robably such a sobriquet as " Red il s we will do it for you, for WF I'RINT Rills. Cards, Rlanks, Tickets, 1'ostels, Receipts, Urograms, Envelopes, Bill Heads, Uanipulets, Statements, Note Heads, Letter Heads. Visiting Cards, Funeral Notes, 'Wedding Invitations, And everything else commonly done in a printing office, Call and see our samples and learn our prices. tURUHGTQN rl jUJUltiCi c New and Old MEXICO. !d. j m. a. jewett. ! Dealer 111 Ranchee, Cut ti. I A p. White Oaks A venue. ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, NOTE HEADS, RILL HEADS, BUSINESS CAILDS, i VISITING CARDS, j DODGERS, Ac. &c. RANCHES in New and old .Mex ico for sale, prices ranging from 34.000 to 8300.000 Several tine herds of Cattle 500 u; x.OOO head. Two fine bunches ot Sheep. Wnranty Deeds, t H ? ai: IBIS t Lime Lime. TIIK very lu st cpmlity of Lime e-iti now he liad 1 1 v Ciillinii on I.e llardo Le Yarn, ul tin1 residence of Alíesela I.ueras, l'utos sprints Price r.0 CENTS A l'.USRFL. ... 1 1 1 1 1 . ... 1 01 nt-.qieii umu loiiiuu'it mensure, nil these splem lid qualifications, is the present grand and gallant leader of the Republican party--lames (t. I'lainc. Our country, crowned with the vast and marvelous achievements of its first ceutury, ssks for a man worthy of the past, and prophetic of her future; asks tora man who bus the audacity of genius: asks for P Vll.V.l ; tU,. ,r,'-'.ii .at c. ,;nl,ni. dy, or "Frenchy," or 'Three fingered Hill," is all that can be told of him by those who had been most frequently his associates. Men form alliances not to say friendships in this Irani) like pur suit of hidden sil ver-ledges after! the most sudden fashion, and with out asking a question or seeking any proof whatever of each other's veracity. In tact, each takes it l'"V m'r,oit.'..i f,wt t'i.i' oll,.r j jl.i Tiimd i de .1o-r 'tiei.i v Sii, Positively the Shortest Line from j KANSAS CITY, ATCIIISOIT & ST. JOSEPH !ToCHICAGOandtMast ! K11M10 Tr.iiie lie. .lnon.li witlioul cluuig4 ' TUR I 33rXY LIKT33 , 1 milling- TIii'ohkIi Slei'pew from I Kansas -it.7, Topeka, Atchison and St. Jc:cph I Ul l 1 1 1 i M.O, iin.l Paluoo Reclining Chair Cars on all ; Trains, Day and Night, Till'Ollljll litCIltcaK" willioul cll:l.li.. MKM.S SKUVKD IS TIIK j Famous C. B. i Q. Dining Cars, AT ONLY 7S t'KNTSi K.VCH. rnMi-nis'i'i liv t'il line are IsihU-iI Inl.mtirt I'liion I -1 x I , ( liicmjo, where ilin'el eoiinej liDim uie made for all )inH eii-l. All Trains Run Daily. No Sunday layover. TliU is I lie popular Une vil I'KOltlA for OLIS, CINCINNATI. COLUMBUS, mid all lHjiuH in IlieSoulli.cast. KfiiiciiiIht, tlmt TIiiiiiikIi Tielit'tt ! t'U I. Inn can nail l a., principal Mations In the west He uní'.- tlml your ticket icinl over the Olil Ueliulilu lioiilu VlaQUINCY. 1 f. j. roTTEit, l-micKv iu i.owia.i., j Vic -I'm. i. On. Mms rl'.Uiy .1 11. li. I'.m.AjT. HUIS II. CAItSOS, S. K. llOOl'F.K. V let-Pre. kUra Mii'r 11 18l.Jo 11 K. ' Oto Put A u 0 o c2(- - r : -a t j 5 1S5J 3 i& Hi: -. M a r. X X t. 3 NOTICES For particulars Address D. J. M. A. jKWKir White Oais, N. 11. HAVE YOl'K Job PrintinQ 1 I)ONK AT j THE LEADEK OFFICE Proof of Laior BlanKs, A Full Lino o -3 - C ri V M y, r. i r H C A N V A SSKUá Y A NTEI ). ion mv Pacific States Map, California Slate Map, "World. Atlas Anil O.lii'r I 'ul. liciil lililí. íi.t p.irlli'.,liii i:l" I.i It. A.TKXM.V, i ........... -i ... r i ,i ion JUSTICE'S BLANKS, 72 '5 H A-0 S.T11- ATION or It A NTEF.I I \n\n l.'H) Deie-'üte lo Col)"res. V. A. Manzanakks ! U Mesilla JOSE MONTANA Y SAIS, Comersiantes Pormenor LINCOLN, - - N. M. A viso Nosotros kw uvajo I'u inadok (lib imos a Y'd inu-Mioh letoics ijiic enio mu dado iiucHiro comersio 11 la lienila nueva imru vender mas li.iratu que niunnu otra oersona por diurno, al met.udi lio y asi "relio que tenemos un Inicuo iirli lo, de efectos, y lumhieii vendí ino.s muiti a un presio rediiíido pusenail. en "anorde