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Lincoln County Loader.
SatarAii.DeffDilter 20.;I8SI. ' . , f . . - . .i- WierdPoitr- TLt!-firt Terin of tho following yotm wcro written lv an Irish of tirer in the Eiijrliuli rico while mihitr in n rity'Jn Etut Imlia. in which tlisj plague win t.oing itator riblti'wurk. The inhabitant, pur tirtilarlv the'fori'ign rciJntH, were riviug every ihiv by linnlrtdn, when twenty oílicer of the Eng lish army, without the halow of a hrtof er iseiug tlieir country or triendiforined club and sought to ilrnwtv their'if uses iu the wine ru.,"and by je.'t nd Song to divert their thoughts frwnj the terrible and Jrri'Yocable'tateWvlneli iHih one ki.Kwj.w-.ited kirn. The author ef this jioein died f aluiusf before the kehoss'ot "Hurrah tor the next that die. !" had ceased to reverberate : aadjn le.-a.'than a week every member of the club liud crossed the ',-uble shore." The supple mental veiies werc'written by Har ry Norton, a well-known Leadville journalist, when pneumonia was (leciinatingtho inhabitants of that carbonate: camp. He"! teo died while the'echo of thisvierd aong was still ringing in his ear, and it wa sung over k is grave by his re quest. VTa met 'ntalh'lhe jounilinf raftsr, And iIih wn)U around' tre bare ; As they acuo'iiur peals of laughter. Il stems that the dead ara thare. fiat latid br yoar glasses steady, Ta drink to'aur 'jiurtde'i eyes Qaatf o cup to the deud already. And hurrah fur the nsxt that din. Not here in the jroblets' glowing. ."ot hire in the Tintare awert ; "Ti c.iid as our hearts are slowly jtow- i u :;. And dnrk us the doom we mutt meet. Hut lai:d to your fila-! steady, And soon sliull our pulses rise ; A nip to the dead already Hurrah 1 fur the i.ext that dies, Not a sigh for the lot that darkle. Not a tear for the friends that sink ; We'll fall 'midst the wiuo-cup'" spark K's, Ae'muto &s the wine we drink. S t stand to your glasea staady ! TU this tbnt the respite buya ; A cup to Ibt: dead already Hurrah ! for the next that dius. Times waswlion we frowned on others ; a (..ought we were wiser then ; Ha! Ha! let them think of their moth ra Who expert to pe them nfcain. Mo I stund to your clauses staady ! The thoughtleH are.liera the wi.e ; A cup to the dead already Hurrah ! for the next that. dies. There's many a hand that's shaking, There's many a hand that's sunk I Hut soon tho' our hearts are braaking, Tluy'll buiV mtU,tWe wine w hare drunk. ?o standHo vtmr plajees steady ! Tin arre tbe.nrvival lie ; A cup forthti dead alreadj' Hurrah ! for the ext tlml.diea. Tlire' iiiit on the class rongealitie; "Vis the hurrli.-Kiie's lirey breath '. And thus dots tlnwarmcst of feeling Turn to ice in the grasp of death. Ho ' utand to your (lasses steady ! f'cr a niumcnt,the rapor lies ; A eap to the dind already Hurrah! for ll.s next that dies. Wl o dind to I hi .lut returni'js ? Who hritiri' t'r.im the siihli: shore Where the hi ;h and the .haughty yearn iug t.f ldi" soul -.hall f titi nc more. Nr. ! .t:iml ; cur sinner teiu1y ! Tin world is a world of ! A run to the .'.end ir. tuny Hurrah ! fur I lie uu.U that ilies. ful o!T from ih- land that loves us. ltelreed by llif land wo find . Wiiri" the bnu'ii'Lil have ;-o::e bifu! !S. i lie du'.lr-l are lefl brh'ml. rs nd S V l". 1 !' I ' a iv e '.i.. u 1 :'i 'o Ti , A vii. . :). der. 1 i-.'r. a ly-- A i 1 b "lull ! fur the m il thru dies l'i Muí n (.) when a thief i i'.i.v'ht 'n t'ie ni' ist ti'ual ofti-ni i'.K-y politely rcjiusv him t h.h' i:d both liMiiiis. Then thev ask l.im w'nat lian l he wouM prefer -)i.tte ill his ponsetiiioii, aiid whei lie ha made hU choice, tey eu oil' the other. When a thief ha i'ims lost both litinds, aud a!o hi fi tt, he loose hi hjad and ipiita at a 1 'if. Oh. whi-tlt. daughter, whistle, And you hall have a cow; 1 never whinled iu my life, And I can't w hlslln now. Oh, whistle, daughter, whi.tle, And you shall hate a man ; ! nrTer w histled in my life, But I'll whistle if I can. The Confederate Cabinet The confederate cabinet was a fair expression of the executive ability available in the south ; not so bril iaiit or able as its soldier ship as represented by Lee, Jack son and Gordon, but equal to such achievements us were possible in the face ot countless difficulties and obstacles. A cabi'iet present ing such names an Tof)iiibs, Hunter, Hreekenridge, Benjamin and Sed don, is no beggar for appreciation from the student of political his tory nmde during the decade pre ceding secession. Not only was it the best material the South had, but it would huve keen rare matt rial anywhere. Toombs, Hunter, 1'reckinridge and Benjamin were all colossal figure in the federal senate. Toombs a Marc Antony or Mirabeau was always at his best in agitation. He, with the aid of Governor Joe Brown, lashed Georgia, after stubborn resistance, into secession, with Ilerschel V. Johnson, Alexander H. Stephens and Benjamin H. Hill, a rare tri umvirate of genius and eloquence, in opposition. Toombs is hardly viewed bv Georgians us the big gest Georgian of that day. That distinction was claimed for Howell Cobb, who was Buchanan's secre tary of the treasury, by thousands ot Georgians. To Toorubs amito Gcoigia, Mr. Davis gave the pout of honor in his cabinet, Cobb bit ing already president of the pro visional congress. Subsequently Virginia was honored similarly when Hunter became Toombs' successor. Benjc nin, typo of gen ius ot his ra.-e, an American Dis raeli, throughout the war justified the exeevtive confidence by fideli ty, capacity for labor, and inex haustible fertility ot resource. Sed don was a man of the Calhoun type ot mind. An acute dialectic inn, he was an export in polemics. Of ample tortune. he had abundant leisure tor tstudy and passed an honorable life, serving briefly in congress, to which body ho was elected i ver the famous John Minor Botts. His public useful ness was impaired by chronic dis etse. Than Breckenridge, the south has had no more picturesque public character. He was leader of his party in the house of repre sentatives at 32 ; offcicd the Spa ish mission by President Pierce at 315 ; vice president when he was only 3ti. and elected senator while he was still vice president and un der 4C. Breckinridge lost heavily by his participation in the war, to enter which ho left noarly a whole term as United State senator, when he drove out of Kentucky behind his fleet Arabians, distanc ing his Federal pnrsurers in the race for the Confederate lines. Had the Charleston Convention of Ap ril, IStiO, remained in session l"ng enough tor a harmonious selection of a nominee upon whom ':th wings of the DotnoiTcy could hate united, Bruckenridge was an obvi ens probability, by reason both oi personality and googruphi ;al con siderations. .Nominated, he would a! i.o-t certainly have been elcctO'l president. "I am an extinct vol cano," he would "Say, when, since the war, his friends would urge his participation in public affairs. With pardonable pathos his old friends recall the "Voting Hickory of Kentucky," as they dwell up on tho consecutive triumphs of his eaily life and tho rich, unfilled prou ise ot its meridian. It is no mea:, art of the epitaph of the Confederacy that its military pow er was crusLed just as John Breck inridge, with characteristic, dash and daring, had grasped it for fin 1 and supreme-effort. .X. )' Tifi. MARHIAGE 8ÜIDE 0 PQReO. IIItlrUJ.Uth..iit1 Iklnllaf tn. mi r ii.t.i. ppr (we k . Tkn book tvulU II u illuva. dftbtftal r luquliutvt tint ttutf, Isria din,, IO,!(wMh, Mil t r.r ( naulji. VtfAllll.Zltmutr. Ulfink, vm romai4 .j It, tl. Mbo BtAJ rui. Rasbut, vbr, Mf4tiaid, fcaa teMM. y hroBft I taauM U oK. M woétt ful rmm rT KM ariiiw lir a-wt MwJ by lir. WliiTTlKR, Kl. UL Ivrmt sf Ntirrk. oiiovea I 3.01 sw UKMUlts 1.00 Three tiionfJx TJ Sul'id-iiiüon uiTwwvlil, in idiaiii-c. iieooplaa 6 otini. stptciaiira copies free. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF KAILS. c .ru . . V l l' mnni mail. Arrtrixt rlaUf aa Offiku-a,.... rmir itiMin v ail irrlra Jalljr ai Oeparwi H no ri. iii ii mi,. Arrlvnn frmn It 'll.luvnl, Tlb ys aiid SnriM-rta.rn Hp r caveWuiUe (.aiis, Hitml iy uu. Kriilay Si m. U malls clous .Ml numiie hi4i,r' ilrparture. ,ttvr(teroil l'l Ter iiik' i'-kii.-' mhi.i!.! !. prewutU oil huMr I mm. ..í-j-jm tim r it ai, -. Oflire opon on Sun .i s fruin " to Ui a. .1.. uil 1 tu 4 p. in. m it. r.r.i.i.tiMY. r. COUNTY DlliKClcK. '.'rebate Jud):e S. S. Ti.i.ri.i.i.. j róbate tlerk A. H (. .1.; r j Sheriff J. V . i . j County Conunissiuuers. j j E T. Stone, Jusk Mo.nta.no, A. iVii.sov j j School CoiniiiisMiomrs. I I tiio.li.ri.titcK. Amos Kakkhs. E. Krk.nk. j I reciuri .10. 0. innciory. until e of the Peace. Wu. lil.AM MARI ,'onsiable Ct. Davioso.n. ADNA LAMSON, i; r, ok 1:1;. OWNKIt or Gold. Silver, Copper aiic Coul Mines, u LiiiMl.i and Sor ;i rt Tonutics. . . Tb' Little Daisy Alino, tb. Snuth t'xt itrwi.n iif th fnmt.11 Homestake Gold Mine Patent work June, and a buly of f SO or 01 lump anil In aignt. F'j? Mi tas Easy . ';rv : . new Mexico. Pi... '. a a. .... so:osro. h. Á PRIZE. S"f' rtti.ily tm Will f' V t() l.iorr IIKMU'V 'it' n :'H iii-i ; 1 iUi wot id. II ( ' 1 . Ir.... hour, '''he l"to r t 1 t . ; i-ttntc . p :is .i-r n tdc orkem. . -tint - - t 1 .Uo irf a. I t . ,: tV t' Auiítimi -t inw. TIIL OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. KLDKRAi.. Oeiri;ate to Cungreta, F. A. Manzaharkb Governor. SiTremry l.'liU't Justice Associate ( Juanee, f Surveyor (ii'iicral. . . (Jollector Int. Kcv. . I'. 8. Dist. Alloriicv . .oiierest Line Of rnilroad in the .1.IONKI. A. SUKI.rtoN S. A. l.oM 11. ) .bAJItK!, li. A.11 l.l.L. , Jamk.i Hki.i. . . .Wauhkn KitihTiu. . . . . H. M. .Vl'KI.SKwX . . . ..SH AS V. Kl.SHLR . .tf.il. W. ''lili HARD. L". S. Mnralial A. I.. Mokkison. Kej;istcrs Lund OfUce, .as (ruces Joun K. McFik. SuuiaFe M. Frost. Keeniveri. Land ofl'iec, L Me?r1l S. W. PnERFRT. S.Mila Fe W. II. ííailuacimí:. TK!:itTOKL.W.. Att'y General TV'ni. Kntdti; All'V, Slid iiisiricl C McCoina Alt y. 3rd District K. C. Wade Adj. Genera K. L. Bartlett. Treaaurr A. Orli. Y Sahi.ar. Auikitor Tiiii iii ad Alarid. MOORE'S STORE, Nogal, N. S. A. JOHJSOX, Prop., Dealer in General Merchandise, L I Q U O US axo CIG A KS Under one management. rn Cash paid for Hides and Pelt. Commodious Hall ami Table. H Billiard Hall 1 SALOON I Z n Choice Wines, ? o o Liquors 1 Cigars, cr o c" SIT Bini. Williamsalwar on C deck. I i k Music a Special Feature. PUREWHISKY. The fcubiH'i'iber has endued iu the retan Wliiky buMiif ss, and it! tMarluniTuly at. llit- piare article as mauuláirtuiad (or, aud xliii)ttil him by tlrt E.VGLE DISTILLING! n eminent example of Amorieai, Enterprise, Knergy and Pwtu reranee. In the liands of youiitr men thif iireat'erstein Las been so earefullj managed that it lias earned a Ten tation second to none for conven, enee, safety and the luxuries oi travel. It is fast beenminjr tin popular route tor transcontinental' travel, in connection with flu Southern Pacific railmad. It has opened up an almost un limited field t'.,r pioneer enterprim in the far "West. No other rail road can carry a man, who is seek in- his fortune, to golden opportu nities such as are open along h thousand miles of this great, sv tem. Special freight rates are given to miners and imnugniits. For all the intormutuon you de sire write to W. 1. A' Il IT.T2. General Passenger Agent. To.ek, Kanaaa Or AW L. MALCOLM, Eaaten. Agent, 419 Hroadway, New York U.wma t.t Pan fa llllnnia HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE i Ircberaa llorar ralurd ai S3,000,OUO, j hic-si Im-iutlea ' 75 PER CENT OF ALL HORSES WboM pofltT nf Ho-mI If afaiiltolia'l hr tlitlr pc4irraaat . Ki'lillDili. HTl'l HOOK! Or FUANtk. EVER IMPORTED TO AMERICA. STOCK ON HAND! f? fuir . XlaioüEl Braoí Maro. Ui MiugL lee Hivlci, IOO COLTS. Two frtr old 4 rumien-. Sürinc Hanche LINCOLN C'OUNTV. NEW MEXICO IIor.se Urund, "e," on right hip. .-r-Addr-fitj-j- Ch arfes -Fritz; Ltü" coin, Lincoln Co., jN. M. V 1 1 V ftflffl 5 .- Tk7 ITS JitVS OllCDJti. m I.IIM; CIslat1atl,UU J ra a a mricaa or raa 0 United States Government. $1,300,000, Asffaatiaut r tao Curil Cinattl, $500,000, CariM4 by lltt CHUmii of Nw OtVwsi. $200,000, Ayp yiitod f Alacie. $100,000, Aatnariaul br th Suu I LaMaa. $100,000, From $5000 to $25,000, Afptmfrla.lrd my Innutnerrtble StaU, Cilitt Mtl L Or tig r Countrita CwrySUf ftnd Trtrtryin th Uwi fptmHé, m4 nody fell t'i L fading Nititmt f4 CuntfM ot itf WfM. Tilt ilggnl Exhibit. th Biggest Building tM tM .ggMi mauiirwi cvani ta im w fff vtm n.iivrj. á.m.rtk'nrmn ro exmiiitb Aravinr urnm coren Mkv.tnrACi nd a okritkk TáitiTT or iubjkcii thah Tmi or aut UrUsUTION KTM UIU. Tlit cheapeit ratrt o( travtl rvtr knnwa in th annals ot tranyuruuon Mcwrvti fur Ut pronlc rvrrvwhtre. laivmiAiiua, iddreai E. A. BURKH, - Director Central, W. I. A C. C. K.( Nw Omlkans.La. JOB OFFICE, V9LA La.x raí Drags and Medicines, LINCOLN,- N. 21. The bcit of Winei, Liqcor (! Cigars Corntantlj cm IInd. Prescriptions a Specialty. Xo rríinriptifo Cllad or Vs(iiia lil exorot far Cash A'iiTOJt. ggu HEtíVOUS DEÜÜiiy, Vj C O Mu nradiaaH..1.k utuvnrs, vi ervr tram i i , aaaiiril A Radical Cur for r.' tj'o. tit t Mir frto vtaUr Lhjr ur r torn Avoid tb UHlioa.nou ni prctAoriout AND IMPOTENCY. TESTED for 0Tr e Yaaia br uu la Cum of ÍÍERVOUS nrnrT.rrv AND ORGANIC WEAKNESS In Voting A Mlddl l.lu.hau 'T-L . fízaiEUT tbti)Mrrui: tarfer with attsatloa la f buatnoM, or OHiun pala rr loooDTaolano. youBd4 ; on .ciaut i ño mad icol orla, doles. Brairres prll tion to thoioofcol dLaooM i'a iwiilo biflaraoo la foil without drl4j. Thi natarai fuaouooa of tho bumuo oriaolsni aro Mo tored. TboaalmaUaool moots of lllo. wbloh haa boon waitod oro tino baet aod tho pottant borooato Ohaaarful andrauuilHlM Aorad aaaii. Stroactll. KARRIS REMEDY CO.,Tg Ctisntitt. ovo?, nona itna bu, uu Lous, bo. Oit L'wia-i TauTMUT. 3i 2 bUMTiati. I EENJ. F. HENRY. General Merchant. Runcli fíui :l:cx a Special. y. I'T Higliost Cash Price Pid For Hiics. Pfclta, and Country Produce. DO YOU OOW THAT rlfiló óiL'ranlóorl h all InUlltgtMt lriMMlt?ii tbftl, iwetr wvii sin otniuieiai lM miU l be, if ihetr P4tgi9 tr rol rcráct, wt rtMinol lt aulhtn.tra.llf Jiffo. they ihiiuU t Usui tii.l a ft fit, I 111 Mil all 9rU4 gUfk OJ éVraWs) r. boa 1 ranasM faraiel, Ha tht aaimal .) fétt Tnft4 hf iha trirlaaA Ft en r k artift-4.i' nf ) nnntxr iin1 fciú In I be Miaa Buok (to rmm.: 40 P i nilotfe " frea. Il It illi.fUi.i4M, wtih an rna Hmm of iha Ktbihlil.iii of tla StiHs Htfit fiK0rm-4 of l'raira. I HH-i J puf mfw4 i V. W Detahaai. ao4 Uta lif a Ham lijia.ri tnt tatti (an at I aát aaaj p-vinWfc LUlinLIi MILLS. 111' O I. al DI mini aft Mill.. mu iiiiu i liiiiiiii; Jinks, South Fork Riii Tuhrosa, Lincoln County, - N. M. Wili naw and plane any kind of lumber tin! deliver at any point at reasonable ules. J. II. PLAZFJi. NoTH-t.-Tn all wnnrail ma.T enn.orn. N'ci. ! I hvivlio irivtMi wurnlnu' nil mcishiio lim. 'i iiiivliiir or ti iiiit wiiy I ri i;t ,0 ! tisr on the i',nii!k In-lit hvmea a rr-'ri'ritlon rilit ia of whl, I, I liar hofi in ai'iual in,,. f-im-e My, in, laKfl. ami that 1 hay. Mlirr,.. a) , I ..M In rilKtHllt 1 1, ,i . . o , rllofni. lin1 aii-r-o Niia,mt,f r -t st 1 il 1 i 'n'l an. I nreomi.tin ri 'hi known an 'arh,.1 i .f(,ow, t ,rt ThoS.H MurRAI. ,'"!!".' r' Ti'wn.Mi, K K.n. U K.n.ith. I K. I r.f it, v. R. m rf.wratonaa, Town aiip, t. loci, or Km neo 19. I. ' aV. THi UH'l, Iaor. LOltlLURD'S CLIMAX PLUG TOBACCO with Ilo.i Tin Tair; Woso I,a-nr l'inf (.'tit i'lio inif ; .N v.v í 'liiiiii'i-. nuil Ulack, llrnwii inl Vfllow rl :i'Ii'H ni- tlia best mid clu-Mprsl, yualitj coiialilervd ? HAVE YOUR Job PmntinQ DOKE AT THE LEADER OFÍICE I PATENTS U 1)1 WORK, XNTILOPES. LETTER HEADS, MOTE HEADS, BILL HEADS, BUSINESS CARDS, TISITING CARDS, DODGERS, A. . Waranty Iecl, QUIT CLAIM DEEDS, L0C2ÜC1 NOTICES, Proof of LaüDF Bleb, A Full Line o . 1 . ÜATISJTATIÜaV G U ARA XTEEJ \n\n ...Si hi. . V p m CO., of On etmboro. Ky.. than hirh Ihere Is none I cuer mude or tirana. aU who have pr.riakcu of '1' J, MiMiarch's hand made s.ivi'n.aih TtUikky need nu iuducnwtai to try il nirain. and I svll unue oltirr. Siinijilc' room on While diilm. Arajnmt,. Juki wrkt of te l'o.,t Olfica AI. a- corvtl uliv invitad to (lioniu, W. J. LITTELL. ?j rS Imponed 'suiiicii, PEÑASCO, Liucoli Co Niw Wsxicc KTNV ro.. ft th s. irvTinc AMrniraw, to. tlnii" 10.fl ... .-t- ,t rH .r rir,v 1 ,vl,tai Trid. Alara, '.., rlklil. f'.r tlin la fnli, I am, Jo. K ikland. Kralif.', tic - ii-y. He. lUn i B.ik about r'inli t"l frt-o 'I ii'ilt ...n i ,iV oxtM-riftioo, P.,t, 'nt. obtain. . t'.l- ii ii MI'.VN ' . I I) .r. liullurl In I no Mil r.s line An hi a . th l.irkl.t le-i.ana ni.t wiadv t'.ri'iilatfd m u-itiiC.j ,t.,.- r:l0urtMr. VtklT. Ktu.ntl,t Mioravli.. a Itttf-i-aianf an. frir.allim. niwuiincn . ,.f ib -l.itlno a anar. Icmii ..,t fr.t A'l.lr...,. 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