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A STRANGE STORY.
About a Red-Hot bat Easily Dissolved Machine. About thirty-fiví mile ti it li -! west of l'etikleinan, I)innly county j on tin- fitli a very startling li'iioin-1 non occurred. It soonis tliut .1. I W. Kllis muí three of Ids hcrdiii"n ' ami a number of other cowboys 1 were out ctigagod in it round up. I Tlicy were startled by n terrific whirring noivi; over their 1 1 c.-ml ! and turning their eyes sawablaz-j ilig body falling l;kc a shot to tin1 1 I'Ai'th. It struck bevund tlicm. be-! ing hidden fnun view by a bank, lie rode at once to the spot, and it is asserted saw fragments of cog wheels and otlier jueces of machin ery lying on tbe ground, scattcre.l in tlie path made by tbe ivrial visi tor, glcnving witli beat so intense as to scorch the grass for a long distance around each fragment ami make it impossible for one to ap proach it. Coining to the edge of the fleet) ravine into which the strange object bad fallen, they un dertook to Bee what it was. Hut the he.it was so great that the air about it. vita fairly ablaze and it emitted a light so dazzling that the eye could not rest upon it more than a moment. The heat from this strange wreck was so intense that a cowboy namsri Williamson fell senseless from gazing at it at too close quarters. Jlis tace was blistered and his hair singed to a crisp. Jlis condition is said to be dangerous. The distance lrom the lerolitc was nearly 200 feet. The burned man was taken to Mr. Ellis' bouse, cared for as well as circumstances would allow, and a doctor sent for. Jlis brother who lives in Denver, has been tele graphed for. Finding it inisibleto approach the mysterious visitor, the parry turned back on its trail. Where it first touched the earth the ground was sandy and bare of grass. The sand was fused to an unknown depth over a snace about twenty feet wide by eighty feet long, and the melted shift' was still bubbling and hissing. J'etween this and the final resting place there wero several other like spots where it had come in contact with the ground, but none so well marked. It being impossible to investi gate further at the time, messen gers were sent out to neighboring ranches, and many came to see the strange sight that night, at which time the light emitted from it was like the blazing rays of the sun, and too powerful to be borne by human eyes. On tho morning of the 7th another visit was paid the luminous curiosity. In tho party was E. W. Kawlins, brand inspec tor for this district, who came into Henkelnian at once, aiid from whom a full verification of particu lars were obtained. The smaller portions of the vast machinery had cooled so that they could be ap proached, but not handled. One piece that looked like the blade of a propellor screw, of a metal in appearance like brass, about six teen inches wide, three indios thick and three and a half feet long, was picked upon a spade. It would not weigh more than five pounds, but appeared as strong and compact as any known metal. A fragment of a wheel with a mill ed rim, apparently having had a diameter of seven or eight feet, was also picked up. It seemed to be of tho iamc material and had the same remarkable lightness. Tbe a-rolite, or whatever it is, seems to be about fifty or sixty feet long, cylindrical, and about ten or twelve teet in diameter. (treat excitement exists in the vicinity, and the round-up is sus pended while the cowboys wait for the wonderful find to tool oil' so they can examine it. Mr. Ellis will go to the land otliee t,o secure the laud on which the strange thing lies so that his claim to it cannot be disputed. The country in the vicinity is rather wild aud rough, and the roads are hardly more than trails. On the Oth the rains descended uní i he wonderful erial machine which is said to have fallen frm the air and astonished the wise men of Henkelnian disappeared from view. When the blinding storm had cleared away the inves tigators who had been watching it were astonished to find that the ipieer object had melted, dissolved by the water like a spoonful of salt. Scarcely a vintage of it re mained. Small, jelly-like pools stood here and thereon the ground, but, under the eyes of the observers these grew thinner and thinner till they were but muddy water join ing the rills that led to the current a few feet away. The nir was filled with a faint sweetish smell. Thi' whole afbiir is bewildering in the highest degree, and will no doubt forever remain a mystery. Alt. Williamson, the injured cowboy, has been taken to Denver, accompanied by his brother. It is feared be will never recover his eyesight, but otherwise he does not appear to be seriously injured. There was n continued stream oí investigators for two days, among them a number of members of the press. The Denver 'Jrlbunr rep resentativa was among the witnes ses to tho cvanishniont of the won derful visitor. There are a thous and theories afloat as to how it came and what it was, but they are all now unfortuntaely incapable of solution. Ex. The Trouble not in the Family. From tho Socorro Chieftain. A few days since we witnessed a friend taking an early evening stroll down Manzanares avenue towards the depot, and as they passed, their acts and looks indi cated domestic happiness, but on their return we observed u seeming coolness. The wife was somewhat in the lead, with head erect and a far away expression of countenance while she grasped the rear depart ment of her apparel with both hands and walked as though she was treading on eggs. The hus band had a downcast suspicious look, keeping his eyes constantly in the direction of las wife's hands, as though he was expecting some thing to "drop," or explode. We felt sure that a family "ruction" had, or was about to take place, and meeting the husband a short time afterwards our curiosity led us to refer to the matter and ask him what caused the trouble be tween him and his wife: "Trouble? Wife?" he answered, "Why, there was no family trouble, but as wc came up that miserable side walk there by Walker's place, my wife's dress-skirt caught on a nail and she broke a hamestring, or something, and had to hold her clothes on with her hands until we got home for repairs, (osh, but wan't she hot though! but not at me. You see, I was walking along behind to report on appearancee from a rear standpoint wonder how many generations will pass away before they fix that sidewalk, anyhow i " Darwin is victorious, at last. A handsome octoroon girl in Louis ville, unmarried, of course, became the mother of an interesting little girl. The interest in that baby is centred in the fact that the vertebra- oxtend about eight inches longer than the spine of common very day babies of commerce. I n other words, that baby has a tail eight inches long, that puzzles all i tie doctors iri Kentucky, The caudal appendage attracts crowd, of gaping visitors and wise looking Esculapians to see the curiosity and air their theories. In a few years when that "narrative" grows a few feet longer, we will have an opportunity ot seeing it in some well-regulated aide-show or dime museum. A Frolicsome Arabian Stallion. From the Si ien tille Anierirnn. .A suit was tried in one ot our city courts the other day against l'lysses S. O rant, dr., for injury done to the plaintiff hi Mr. Hailey) by a vicious horse. Some years ago (Jen. (Jrant had present ed to him a pair of Arabian stal lions, which were being kept at his son's farm in Westchester Co. One day one of the stallions was ridden to a store in the village, and hitched to a post. At this time Mr. Hailey was coming down the road in a two horse wagon loodd with eleven cans of milk. Mr. Hailey, on the witness stand told substantially the following story of what next happened: The young man who rode the horse had scarcely entered the store when the stallion threw up his head.pull oll' the headstall, and started up the road, lie came in contact with the complainant's horses, kicked and bit them, and crowded them into a ditch. Then the Stal lion put his forefeet into the wagon, upset the milk cans, and then he leaped into the wagon like a dog and sat down in complainant's lap. Then he kicked Mr. J'ailey over backward, pawed him out of the wagon, jumped out, kicked over the wagon, tore the harness, and caused the witness' horses to run away. The horse then pawed the complainant in the face, broke a rib on the left side, injured his spine, badly bruising his shoulder, and left hint unconscious upon the frozen ground. Mr. Hailey was assisted home, and has since been an invalid. The defense was that U. S. ( i rant, Jr.. did not own the horse; that he offered to settle all damages to wagon, horses, milk, and har ness, and to pay Ilailey's doctor bill, and that the offer was declin ed. The jury gave IJailey a verdict for S5,000. . lit; a I. AD Y Eli TISEM EXT. On Friday morning of last, week a wild búllalo rushed into a band of horses about one mile this side of Howell's sheep ranch and seven miles west ot Dodge "City. The sight of such an unfamiliar and unsightly object frightened the horses- and caused a stampede. Mr. Hriggs, the owner of the horses fired upon the stranger and killed it. The buffalo was over three years old and weighep 1,100 lbs. It was sold to Ohappell & Hurg land, of this city, , and the meat, which was fat and juicy, sold at twelve and fifteen cents per pound, at this market. The beast met with an miwelcomo reception at tho home ot its forefathers. Fit teen years ago buffalo and Indians were sole occupants of these plains. "Here we arc within a quarter of a mile of land ! " was the joyful cry of thecaplain of an ocean steam er to his grumbling passengers. " Where ? which way is it " "An ywhere down there," said the cap tain, pointing downward. "The lead gives us ii'Jit fathoms of water; and the land conies slap up against the brine." Nolle l; Kolt rrin.H'ATIoN. t'nilicl State" I. muí Ottlee, I.na (nice. N. M...hine (tli. 1M. Nuticw I liereliy irivrn tlmt the fnllowtnif lliltneil m-tllir lei lili 'I llitji-i lit lier ilili-n-linn to in it k r- final fit-not In filman t of ln-r eliiini, niel tliat Miiil imtr will In ncclc ln-lnre tin. I'rittuitc .helifc nl Mm-nlii enmity, N. M., at l.lin i.ln, on .linj i-'IM, sm. vl: Mi. I, A ('. 1'r.on k, lurniorly lilla '. ( iillee.on liiuiii Kti-uil !iiiriti Inn no. I":!, for t In n 1 , ti e '., ati'l iv n i - I (, hit I p In i, i i t ia. Sin- naini'H the Inlli'Wlnir lttii"Ki"i to prove her cmitimioiiü rcKi'li'iii'i' iipnn, ami cultiva t mu oí. flint hi n I, viz: Frftlerii'k , Ihi-i-illnif, Joseph ('. Loa. Frank II, l.ca anil Jom' IIiu-ii, all nl Uncela ( inintv. N. M. Xitti John II. Mi Fir, Hcnii-ler. AITI.If ATION lolt A l'ATl.NT. (No. 2-2:.) V. S. Lanil (Mice. I. a Cruce.", X. if., May :Mh. lss.. f XiiTier. is hereliy jriven Hint J. E. Slili, attorney in fact for the Vera Cruz ( !oii"ol iilateil (iolil mid Silver Mining Company, whose post ollice aildrcs is While Oaks, New Mexico, has this day tiled hi-s appli cation torn patent for 111:' (iolilen Kaiile Mill Site, with surface ground of live eres, in XoloiI Mining District. County of Lincoln anil Territory of Xew Mexico, anil designated by the field notes and olli eial pliil on lile in this olliec as survey Number ITIl.in Township S. south of ratine 1H 10, of New Mexico principal Meridian, said survey Xo, .IT!) lieinn a.s follows, lo wit: Ueiiiniiinu' nt corner Xo. 1. n prey u'ri'.n ile stone 1S. 12x(! inches, set one loot in ground, with trench and mound of earth, marked 1-47'.), from win 'h the S K corner of the (loldeti Kaule Lude, survey no. 1'iT. bears X (i-i (ley .V mili V. ti'.IOI feci and the corner common to sections 1!) mid 1(1 T H, S of U Hi K and sections 2-1 and W T 8, S of U 12 K bears S HO dcir -t() lnin W V.lfJ feet distan!, thence X 2.") de.tr w -tJO feel to corner no. 2, a blue slate 22x12x11 inches, set Hi inches in ground, with trench and mound of earth, marked 2-471I. thence s(m (leg w ;i(i.S feet to arroya, course n, some water ó IK. 0 foct to coiner no. !t, a blue slate Vixsxs incurs, set It) inches in ground, with trench nnil mound of earth. marked a-nil, thence s 2."ilog e,-12(lfeet to corner no. 4, a porphyry stone 2iixS.H in ches, set 15 inches in ground, w ith mound of earth along side, marked 4-47Ü, from which a porphyry boulder 4 feet 0 inches liy 4 leet by 1 leet marked J!. '1. 4-47!) bears s 72 (leg :t0 min e, 51 feet distant thence n 05 deg e, 07 feet cross course of water from Vera Cruz Spring course n. 51S.G feet to corner no. 1, place of begin ning. Area 5 acres. Located in sw i of section 3D, Iwp. 8 s of range 1.1 e, Magnetic variation 12 deg 51) min e, con taining 5 acres. The location of this Mill Situ is recorded in Hie Kccorder's ottice of Lincoln County X. M., in Nook X of Mining Kecords. The adjoining claimants are public lands on all sides. Any and all persons claiming advert 1y any portion of said tiolden Eagle Mill Site or surface .irround are reipiired to rile tlcir adverse claims with the llegister of the l'nited States Land OHicc at Las Cruces in the Territory of Xew Mexico during the sixty days period of publicatian here of, or they will he barred by virtue of the provisions of the Statute. John K. McFik, Kegister. It is hereby ordered that the foregoing Notice of Application for Patent be pub lished for ilie period of sixty days, (ton consecutive weeks,) in the Lincoln ('aun ty Lkadkk, a weekly newspaperpublishcd at White Oaks, Lincoln Countv, X. M. (54 Joi:.n It. McFik, Kegister. CHICAGO WEEKLY HEWS AND THE There may be sweeter music than a mother singing to her child, but it is never heard on earth: " Go to shlape mo lmbby, fchf t yer eyts to wanst Ver the image of yer daddy Go to rIiI-s- Arrah, of yer don't shet yer two two eyes an 6htop yer liowlin' this blessed minuet, I'll wring the neck o' ye ye cross little brat." Yes, it is very sweet. The Mississippi civil service law shuts saloon keepers, out of oilice. J T. REID S Assay Office AND Chemical Laboratory. Mines In Sout hern New Mexico examined and reported upon. Estimates and specifi cations made. Correspondence Solicited. Olliec, White Onl Ave. WHITE OAKS, NEW MEXICO. Notice For Publication. iSothk is hereby given, warnin all persons. from cutting timber or trespassing on the premises now heMd and claimed by me as coal land, described as follows : The i. Ei of S. AV. i and the S. K. ot ,'. W. j of Section ?,-, Township 0, South of Rango K5 East, Lincoln County, M. tf. J. ,M. I) AVinso.N. NoTii'K. 'I'o all iiijiii it may concern. No tice Is hereliy viven Kai ninx all peiv-ons (mm oiviip) -luir or in any way (icsinissiny. on the premises held livianas a preemption rinht a part of which I have been in actual pii-cs-Hion ol since May. is, Hmi, ami lliut J hin Improved ami lieen in c.inMunt posn snri ot all ot Kiit.l Inn. I since Novenilier I',, iss Siiiil Imiil uri.l pi i pi ion riifht is known un. i ilesi'l il'i li lis follows to wit . Tlit. S. K. 1-4 ot'K l-l M i tiun Township H, s. Itanire, I:! I-: anil the N. K. 1-t i f the N. K. 1-4 t. M-eiion M, T.nvii hhip, tl, South ol Hiinpc I;:. K. I iMts .v. To.mi.imi., r.utat,,! . Lincoln Co. Leader, For $2,50 a Fear Pnui. TheCniCAHO WKKKI.Y NEWS r r.m Hired pnper nurpatf'0 In nil tin re quirement" of Anu-rlcnu tJiurtiiltm. It Manila ennptctinnn anion' t- pn-iroptl. lUn JonrnnU of the country aa fnmpiVtc Kewivpivper. In tlio mutter of telnrrnpMe crvUc. having tho (nlvnnt.nre of ronnectUm With the CHICAGO PAU.Y MiWS, It Iim at ltd tommnml nil the iltppntrhr nf the Wcik-ru AMocUti-il Prnin. h üUIhp a very et tonslvc Frvicc nt Sih i il I'vU ii:imr from all Important point. An a Nrw-nprr it hf feo tutu rlor. It INI'Ti I:M)I;NT in P"l Him, tircu'nttn:: nil p -UíicM iwp freo (r m partir on Ma nr culwrlitj.. nml Blmoluicljr without fenr or favor i to pnrtim. K its iu the fitllmt twe. ft FAMILY l'APKIi. Kftrh Iksuc contains nevcrnl ( UMl i.K I KI) S l'O RIKS, a KKK1AL STdUY of ftVorbins ln torcpt, and a ri H vur't'ty of Foiidncd nnts on Knohion. Art, ImlitriiM, Litvriitun, Kcii'nro, etc., etc. It h Mtrkct (iMtatlonfl rc complete iiixt to be n-liml upon. It 1 tin nrpnetl ñu nn rntcrjiriflMC pur', ami trust worthy tJKN Kit A . FAMILY MiWSPAl'KU.' We r.'publlfh heru from tlie columna of lh WEEKLY :íKWS a few of tho volunUry contmt-iulntlonB It hno received: WHAT O'-D SUBSCRIBERS SAY About the "Chicairn Weekly News" whon they renew their mi Inscription. WHUnni Cnnnonf. routine, Oitklnnd Connty, Mich.. nr; "1 tlilnk it in the best paper In Atiiot ln." L. A. Welch. Pull von. O., t nya: ' It ia botter than many of the f pnnora." J;uuea I'. Mlllone, I t'h r 1c Ftreet, NOW (lrleana. La., niivs: "In eomvirtnir your (per with otherp 1 receive, 1 mut vay ynura. the ClI'CAtlO WKKKI.V N K W f, tt 00(1, bltT, bU 1 would sooner nn n uioul than a number of the nkws, it ta t Jit ntwspuper of the day. II la true to Its mimo.' Alfred IV K'ter. Woodhuil. Ilnry County. III., niiy: "it is one of tho cirntte?t pupcra put Itshei." W. W. Ithotlos. Alrlun, Mich., s-iya: "I don't want to min a number. It In tbo best paper for news 1 have ever aeon." Peter Liinn;, I itonti. Pmndnrs County, heb, aiiyn: "1 like Tim Wkkki.y New. It, la tuü of rendfibie ar.d vatm-M news, and, al th'.uch I am in reeript of nine wehly .lournala, am C'-nV.rnlnod lomlopi Til K WKKKI.Y NKW3 an No. lo. le niwcnf Its non-rartiann nttltude in pn!H e, (.ivliiji nj the unirnrbled truth con cernln&r t'u netioua or nil polittea' p.irtlus." M. K. I'avcMpurt, l'n.'iiiyra, N. Y., fay: ' It In the choipo.-t and ln?t pier I aver read." Mr. L. f.clioiinn. Ilannliml. Mo.. ay: ' l like yt.'iir i-ar-cr vry mueti. I :ci nx other papera, tmtdoii'.t Ukj tbeui us won as tul WtJiKLy W. H. Law. Mnnnfleíd, Te. a;iTS: "I n high 7 p'iMi-ed w th ttie Nkws. for 1 K't pnlt lic n aented tu It In fno'i a way thnt I (rot both nido of a question rairtys't forth, which 1h utterly impooaUde toiit In a strictly party juurnul of eitner side." The ahoM extnn tf urn aufile.ient to show in whut ei-te.:tn tne CHICAGO WEEKLY NKW9 1 hi'ld by its old subscribers. Our tfpecinl Clitlibinu' Teriiw brine; it with in the rem h cf all. Specimen Cupiea may be teen ut thi? o Hi mí. Scud uubHcriptiotia to this ofDcC. MILLER'S PLACE. CEO. W. MILLER, : : : Pri. IIKUK is lKimllod llu: lcailinsKcntucky linuids, such us OLD TIMES. OLI) TAYLOK, ANDKHSON COUNTY, OLD CHOV, MILDAI,K. chkiujy chki:k, (the In I tor a clicap wliiskv.) Also HOCK. Si HVK, TKACH IIOXKY. TEACH BRANDY. RYE WHISKY, All iliivct from tho distilli rv. JAKE WILL SAMPLE WITH YOU. Commodious Hall and Tables o r.üliaril Uiill SALOON Choice Wines, Liquors I Cigars, t ?j" Sara. Williums alwavs on deck. Music a Special Feature. PATENTS KHNV A co., of tha SrirxTirir AMritir AV, eon- tinue to act nn Solicit (,rB for J'iíUmiIh, Cnveu.rn, Tr:nlu 1urkN, CopyritihiH, fur tho LTnHtl HtuíeM, Cunada, Ktmlaml, rrüiicu, Üennnny, et.?. ILinU Itook ubuut riifents ent, free. 'J'liii l y--ven veurs' uxpurleiico. rHtenr)l.r;iiiieo: tlirouu-h ML' NX . 4.'i. un-noite'l InthuHciKNTU'S' Amlhica:.. tin htrft;st, dost, uud ruoHt wuicl) circulHU'U Kcieiitule paper, fii.'üía year. Weekly. KpltuiOid eniiruviitjs aiut interesting in. formation. Hecliu'n fy uf the Mrir-tiiiflc Am r letiii 8ent frw. AMrew MI NN & Co., S ItWIitiU ukuic'AN otuoo. 'Ü Uiuutlwuy. mw York. LUMIÍER MILLS. Saw and Planing Mills, South Fork 11 in Tularosa, Lincoln County, - - N. M. AVill s:iv nml plimc niiv kiml of lumber iitul ilclivcr at any jmii'it at rcu.-oiiuliic. 1 ill i s. J. II. JJLAZEK. X w- i Tur tin- workinc I I I I I i cia-s. Si'iiil luci-iits VT j I I I'm pi 'Ktiiiri!, anil wc a rnyiil, vahmlili' liox of suniilo irnuils that will pul yini in the wuy ol iiuikin nioii' nuin ryliiu tew iliiys limn yen ever tliiniirht pns Mlilc ut any liiiiness. I'upitiil no ri'iiiii-ei. 'e will sliirt you. 'oil eiin work :ill the lime or in spin e time only. The work it- tiniversul y inlapteil tc liotli sexes, younif unilolil. Vim ran easily earn Iroin AO cents to .." everv c en iiiL'. 'I'liat nil who want work may test the husincss, we make this unpaviiileleii niter ; to nil who are not sutNllcil wc will senil f 1 to pay lor the t null ilu ot writinc us. Full particulars direct ions, etc., sent l'ree. Fortunes will lie madcliv those who irivc thetr whole time to the work, (ireat success ahsolutely sure. )o not ilelny. Start now. .ilirci tfrixsoN it I'o.. I'oriiaiiil Maine. ADNA LAMSON, OWNHIt OK Gold. Silver, Copper and Con.1 Mines, HI Lincoln mid Sornrro Counties, X.M '"" Little Daisy Mine, tb0 Pouili extensión of t lie famous Homestake Gold Mine, I'litetit work done, ami n l.oily of (in ore oo lump atel In siKtit. For Sals. Tens Easr. WHITE OAKS, NEW MEXICO. Post Office Address. SOCORRO, N. M. A PRIZE.: Sí-luí nix ornt n iiOHtnr'. iiikI riTfivP frtM'. a isllv mx of P-oimI- wliirh will lii-lp you to iiion money ritfUt nw :i v t luí ii iiny t hli iK )' In t lti world. All, of i it Iht m".. MU'i'i'cl 1 culi tliHt hour. Tho lroin n("l to fort 11 nf opens be foro tint win ken, lib- silllt'lv flire. At Olirr U'l.llfhS, Tit UK it Co, Autru-it i, Mtiine. -TIIE- ongest Line Ol railroiul in the I'ntltT one management. i T. k í I An eminent examjile of American Enter irise, Energy andj Terao- verance. Establislied 1SC4 SO PATENT SO PAY PATENTS. Obtained for Mechanical Devices, Com pounds, Designs and Labels. All preliminary examinations as to pat entability of inventions, Free. Our "(Jiiide to Obtaining Patents," is sent free everywhere, Aildn ss, Louis Bagger & Co., Solicite rs of Patents, Washington, I), c. Blacksmith, Wagon and Repair Shop, At tho old stand of Jlarry Doergos. First Class Work of All Kinds Dono at the Shortest Notice. Wood-Work, Horsc-Sliociiiff and Of Minors Tunis ;i SH'fiulfy. WliiUi Oaks, 31 CllJHS. EI5NEIÍ, I'ltoi'itir.Tiitt Peoples' Market WJIITK OAKS, X. M. Fat lleef, tiitton and Pork always on hand. Sausage. Head cheese and Pickled Tripe.. Terms t'tuh. Prices low. Oniuo Cor. (iriuul Kt. anil M'hitu nlc venue. WHITE OAKS X. M a week at limne. íB.no oiittlt I rre. 'ny iihsnliiti lv fin,.. Jii ri.-k. I 'll I i I II I 111,1 I'....,,! I I ..... I . . i I' " i" v"" I""1'' "o "t wliieh either DI I ev, jiiiin.rnr i,;., can iii.iket'rent 1 11 II I l'"-va'ltlie time tiny work, lt VI) f J lllinnllltl' CI I 'lllllll V, lU'lle f ,-. " tli lilllls In 11. ilALI.fll A: Co.. portliiinl, Miiini'. In tlit; hands of young men tin'? fii'cat system lifts been so carefully manaired that it has earned a repu tation second to none for conveni ence, safety and the luxuries oft travel. It is fast becoming tho popular route for transcontinental, travel, in connection with tho Southern 1'aciiic railroad. It has opened up an almost un limited field for pioneer onterpriso in the far "West. Xo othc r raih road can carry a man, who is seek inj; his fortune, to golden opportu nities such as are. open ahmg a thousand miles of this great sys tern. Special freight rates arc given to miners and iiimngrpiils. lor all the information you do sire write to 9 General Tassenger Agent,. Topc'ka, Kansa Or W. L. ,MAL(;OLM, Eastern Agent, J 10 JJroadwav, New York. Swrinc: Ranche LINCOLN COl'NTY, KKW MEXICOi Horse Erand, "e," on right hip. Address : Charles Fritz, Lin coin, Lincoln Co., X. M. NEW SALdÓÑT Lke. Jim. Black Bro'S. Wliile Oaks Ave, opposite the Post-Of fice kinds uf Drinks in Season. EEST OF WINKS, EOlJiaiOX WHISKIES, CHOICEST CKiAUS SaMmiN Fll il l) 11- IN (ioOliSfVLE. \n\n 1-1-s