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Lincoln County Leader.
Silmiln j. January 21, 1SSS. 3O0IIDTIES. K. of 1' . Mil t'-r Mniintnln l,nlrr No. . Kntirht of PythlH, meet ivvry Thuri1iiy elvlit. nt i o rloi k VI Itlim ll,liilit art nnrsliHllv Inrltnl to ntii'nil. S. It. K IIKONTZ, C. C. KlIWABD UCBRICK. K UK It. & H. I. O. O. T. White Oh'. I.o.lir No 4, men ivcry hut.irilny nli t. at Town Tin)). t orli.rk. Vl-lorni bmi..- r c urnf-stl) Invit- Ui. HIZl'AriiK k., C.T. Jm, A. Wooiilaku, No. O. A. R. Kramer Post, No. Ill, meets onphc In at Mommy n ttrlt nf rich month, t Town Ilu;i. hn. II. IIONNKLL. 1'. C. hi. H. UiLMiar, Adjt. W'UITK AM (JoNORKOATtOSAI. CliritCl! Lonl'p Day SiTtiTP Mo-ninu, 11 oV. Kri-nitiK 7:30 o'fl'k. Sunday Sfliiml U:45 it. m. Wffkly llililt; rfuditie. Wi-dnestliiy Eve. t 7 1)1 o'clock Huiits free All utc wcl come. It. E. I,i:n. Pnstor. "LOCAL ROUNDUPS," Ijick aciractliiiFMiiakMi n mime Hut prlntim Ink no l.lmik unit solemn. Will trlvc n ninn v''" 1 tntne. Whn untln thin uecu 1 1 r column. DisiiucT Coun. will meet ut Lin coln on the 13th prox. W r: ox"s4body has not yet heen discovered beneatli or above water. Ed Human gets his Lhadku at Tiiloroso now, where lio is hold ing down a preemption. W. IT. Wkkh, last week, bought the residence property ot W. W. Dodd, on Jictrilla Street. Tiik weather has gotten down from oil' it's cold seat, and is now doleing out a bearable atmosphere. TiiE'"iibliu school will open "at Town Hall on next Monday morn ing, L. II . Rudisille and wife, teachers An addition to the engine room of the South Honiestake Mill is bein built this week, for the ac commodation ot the extra boiler. Jno. McMi kciiy is now prac ticing before the police court, jid lias already maile two or three ten strikes when playing against old lawyers. WOMAN'S KKLIEF COKTá. The ladies of the W. K. C, met on the afternoon of the 17tli inst , and completed tho oigiini.ation, nnd elected the following otlieers: President Kiln (J. Timoney Sen. Vine Pres. . . . Lina U. Parker Inn. Vice Pres. . .Emma Langstor. Treasurer Augusta I'uekner Chaplain Jennie S. Taliaferro ( Conductor Sarah Root Guard Susan M. Stump The secretary, assistant conduc tor, and assistant guard will be ap pointed on the evening ot insul ation. An inviration from the (Jrand Army Post, to hold a joint install ation with them lias been accepted. A public installation of officers of ttie two Orders will be held in the Town Hall, Monday evening, January 30th. Also, the Provisional Depart ment President, Mnggie Monroe Rudisille, and tin Department Sec retary, Amelia C. Hewitt, will be installed en the same evening. The (..'barter application of the W. R. C , will be held by the Post Commander, Ed. R. IJonnell, until Jan. Sutli, and any lady desiring to become a charter member can do so by calling at his olKce nnd signing tho proper papers, or they can do so by calling upon the Prov. Department President at her res idence. A vert singular case of poison ing occurred at Roswell a couple ot weeks since, the victims being Chas. Pilkey's family. The poi soiling came thro' drinking milk from one of Mr. I"s cows. The calf ot the cow giving the milk first died, after which Mr. P's eld est daughter 10 or 12 years old died, followed by the death of Mrs P. The whole family, consisting of five members, partook of the milk, and all were taken down, but the balance recovered. It is sup posed that the cow was alkalied. thus causing the milk to be im pregna'ed by poison. How it happens that three out of four Sunday s in a month, we do not rece: v mails, is beyond our ken. Jlut tin-cold fact is that such is the case. T;ikkk are more 12 o'elocks in "White Oaks than any place we Wot ot. Four steittll whistles blow the time, ranging from f tol5 min utes apart, making the air reso nant with sound. R. F. Uaknett, of Roswell. paid his first visit to .White Oaks this week, where the attractions kept him occupied seveial days. He left on Thursday, feeling well re- Rkv. L. G. W atkins, our new pastor, representing the M. E. C. South, arrived hereon Tuesday. We did not learn whether or not he made arrangements for a place in which t worship pending the i l'uildiiiií of a church edifice nor whether he propt ses having a cir cus attachment. Süírh is now out O' an engageme nt and his services as c'own cnu'd be reasonably se cured, albeit he would prefer being ring master, in which position he could rso the whip. paid for his trip Wk have got so that we can write 1888 prettv readily, and have got to practicing 2'2'i, but feel that when that year arrives, it will be tedious work for us to write it. Our pen or pencil will have to bo lifted too often. "Wk never read another man's production in public and then se cured the services of a third party to write up for our own paper what an elegant speech ce made. We never knew or heard ot any one but "Citizen," whose other name is "Watson, to do so. I bkk uiy Wankr-tsjio round the tjnr.d ; 0 n d bye, my M uikcls, nonti hyp. They arc all of tlii'tu -old to s-.i fl. i men. Cíooil-hyc, my liUnkiN, x Weed has lots ot blankets war ranted to keep mortal bodies warm these cold nights and he is selling them cheap. Wk are indebted to Congress n an Hunter, of Ky., for a full file ot the Congressional Record, and his promise that the file shall be kept up to completion. It will be handy tor reference to authori tatively settle disputed points which are liable to arise in the 1 it uro. V7 i i.son has been elected ns his w,t successor in the l S. Senate from the State of low:. Tin-: following named gentlemen are among those who drew first premiums this week in the shape of subpienas as grand jurors : Arthur Moiid. D TV HU'htowcr, John McMurchy. J. V. Eukers. The following named drew 2nd prizes, and will sit in judgment us petit jurors at tho district court next month : Wk received a letter the other dav from Tom. l'ell, late ot this town. lie is now manager of tho grocery department of a co-operative merchii'idise Co., in Minne apolis, Minn. He doesn't appear to like the situation there. He savs that they have and 4 feet of snow there, accompanied by from 20 to 82 d. gr es below zero. Also that his wife doesn't agree with the climate nor the climate with her, and that they often long to "get buck to God's conntrv where the weather is not so thick," and that it is no two to one that they will not return. We hope they may. Oru article on the 3rd page, headed, White Oaks and Lincoln Countv.."' which basso long done service by our people as answers to (jiiestions prop-Minded by folk abroad, had become somewhat l s silized, and this week will appear with corrections adapting it to mod ern usage, when it will again prove convenient to our people us i full answer to enquiring friends as to status, resources, Arc. I.v'our last issue for this moiu!i, or at fuftlic: r. in our lirst for m;.t month, wo will he at liberty to publish a Ircal item which will.'en tiinse our people end put them on good terms with ih.-nisclves. At present we have not tho required license. Wk have now a full stock of Mining Location Notices, not on'y ot'Copps' form, but from Cnpps' press. Price, 10 cents each, or for a quarter Wall 1'aijki:, all shade an styles, a large stock just received! ami tor sale by Stf. (;-i. R. PoNNTLI.. FACTS YOU CAN BET ON. That the tliUil and largttl tobacco factory M Ikt vrU U in Jersey City, N. J. That thii factory makei the popular and world lamed Climax Plug, the acknowledged ttaad ard for 6ntclasa chewing tobacco. That this factory waa established as long ago as 170. That last year (1880) it made and sold the enormous quantity of 97,083,380 lbs. or fourteen thou sand tons of tobacco. That this was more than one-seventh of all the to bacco made In the United States notwith standing that there were 966 factories at work. That in the last 31 years this factory has helped support the United States Government to the (. extent cf over Forty-four million seven buo f ' . dred thousand dollars ($44,700,000.00) paid i ' Into the U. S. Treasuiy in Internal Revenue Taxes. That the pay-roll of this factory is about 1 1,000, 000.00 per year or $20,000.00 per week. That this factory employs about 3,500 operatives. That this factory makes such a wonderfully good chew in Climax Plug that many other factories ( have tried to imitate it in vain, and in despair -r l-r Km try to attract custom by offering larger I ( J pieos of inferior goods for the same price. J That this factory nevertheless continues to increase its business every year. That this factory belongs to and is operated by Yours, very truly, P. LORILLARD & CO. Noiic; All person unit bted In the City Mear Mnrket," snouhi pliy to .'o,' y ;,!... Cimcaoo siding itn.i -, ii,i g, sash doors, blinds, tVc, ut lo,v down prices, at tho lumber yard of Kn R. PoNM I.L. City Meat Market. J. WAGNER LW Cuius. EuNkk'.s OujStanp, White Oaks Avenue. Meats of id I kinds. Sausage of every v;;ri"tv. Prices low as the lowest The proprietor but :fk rt trial to win and hold ciivt.ner. '7 - . .a U ;Mu (t i l: . M asul íslim Maker. First c te-', w Oiled, (id u iicat tit iiimrmr I? Slu.n on V i:t (Juki Avi-iiUf, up ii'ilc V.'crt'.'s !or,-. SAN ANTONIO IÍ0TKL. San Antonio ' N. JffíS. W. hl'FFZY, Prop. Good Table; Clean Reds--Moder ate (. 'barges. (Jl Z5 CO ir i- -0 mm, wm i. mm b 1 1 1 c; k Where we nre now ofleiicg a full line ot I)i':V (OOHS. NEWK.vr STYLES, rich m:ess (;)oi)K. LADIES l.IN(j:;P!;. . ROOTS AND SHOES, GEN"r ( ,o i n INti. CARPETS IN A I.L STYLES. In fact every thingkcpl in t: first clftiA Civ Drt Gootls Stoni.? sr.d 15; if, V 1 WEED Having purchased Lis good s for Cash, in a . i,,,,1,,,. 1. 1 .. , . B 1 market, n i new better tnan ever i.iv.re.l to simslycustomn s, d will cll at Lower Prices, -ndeú inJLincoln Connty. than goi-ds ever bebjre cvnui embraces Hardvare, Hi's toi.k ueensware. groceries, i If 5, nmmns,s. CfothSnp' fay lUia kJü fcuí tív te t.?ri : icots, Shoes asoall Kind WEST END WHITE OAKS AVENTE. Comfortable rooms, ,-ood bc,i?, d f,e table s,.TrlKÍ witl, iLe 1 the market atlords. ' ' ft K. AV Parkrr. S. I'. (Jrmnlilc.s, V. J.- Lilitll. Jr., Alphnnso CJtiiitaril. (jforf Ztilncr. Tiik sons of those of our citi zens who served their country in the late war, are now agitating the establishing of a " Sons of Vete rails'' ('amp in White Oaks. There are between 'J5 and tf of the young fellows already here, which would not only be a nucleus tor a good camp, bt.L suflicient to start with the full dignity of a camp. We heartily second the motion, and trust the boys will not abandon tho patriotic resolve which now stimulates them. Wk are n receipt of the initial number of the (allup Kegister. published by dipt. A. M. Swan, late of the Albiniuonpie press. We knew Capt. Swim before the war, during the wr and since the war. He is a natural born P,ohe mian, and is full of energy is any man we wot of. He is also a ready writer and a rustler for news. Galhiu should be proud to have such a champion of it's interests and give the Kegister a food support. & UlntlnnUhed ri-rgrimirTs Tml V.OV. It. M. J.rli... Pu-Nid, ni nf t)i lí.'iho.üt l'if líHtunt C!iiin !i if B .ulli C.iri.lin.i. n-riira from (.rci-nv ii: "iU.i.ut fnir , :,r 1. ,v HtlnrW wi'!l il"l fi.iiit.ni j.r.n ocn.-.-.l rtiiia!.. ii- (h.-.n.ia-ii.i. i .,rr,,.i,i,, ,! Wlfa Ill il.lrll . t;,i.w ,,,',,) .i,.! r rrcvuím-i i;t1 ...,, .if ut lir.trt. A In . II. i:;vtfi in'.., !:.)- ,u l .ui x :.-inl t 1 p.- rim vi ).t'lr !im tint I i-i-i I :. I f-r.-l t.i i: i mu ,a 1 ) I"41"",'-' "' ''". ; v 'hi'.I ui.1.-t;.1,t-d ti:is. . ..ii ,mi pHrt of mv I,,,,,. j uiotlii.p. I :'.u.,)y t l.o t i jBiiiolan Inula- out on my leit 1 uiiii uim, :m 1 jiruiiuicJ lnucli (..nil lug. 1 a lor fiijlmpii mi.üllm ulilii-ted III tllij V.l.y, un. I of iMUle u-cd it lfif:lt PiRiiy i.iinlsof -.iifdii'im.H, but tintliiua- mvra rr.cvA rt Krii'ri.l.i t:r,.-i!ly jioru.i.l."-il ino . it 8w-.ft h hP,.r:;,. i ti,,.,i :ll.. i t:-.ip:ry.-nifnt wle!.- jr tt.e first buttlo. I niiitiiim-d its i,h until 1 hurt t-'ken i-.!i...;t ona,.r.ni bi.lti.a. wl.en I i..un,l nivM.; rari&nud well H,'.iin. with :-.o si.-n of ,i fi'!'",'í,,t "Xl--Pt u liffnoas in my Imiid, a .- Tyii.ttii. WhiU- takinii tt.e ini dichif I irnitint oti Hn hv r.itri. t nu pound., of i;,.Kh per wei k. I think b. S S. niluililc mn Heine, nud I fnqucnlly reioriii.iiml it to my frUn-.is." VVr.te to the Swii-t Sckcipic Co., AM. .mu, Ga , íor a Tie.ttt-. on ll.i,d UI1d Bkin UiU'Pa, mailed l.-ec to anyuuu."' New Min-Whop. All kinds ot TL XHEKT-IROX, ,! COVPhli WO ft A', EAVE-TUOCOH, CON Dl'CTOIl PIPE, TIN and Sí 'EET-1 !JO "Ii. O l- X ? 2 . Manufactured at the lowest market prices, by C. L. PEA EM AX CO. Ü o o o Q U, I - - - -si SJ I i i. - -r: CC ClniXSTCOl hew Bearding House. - Wm. (ALLAGHEK, J'roi. Opposite Wh?t,'nttng Store. (n)od Table. . . . Keabonable Pricps (HiOCEiai'iS, VEiiETAP.LES, EI i U IT, CANNED (íOODS. The subscriber has opened a place ot business for tho sale of the above goods, in the building on White Oaks Avenue, nearly opposite Weed's store, and res i:ectfu!ly solicits a share of public roñare. JOHN A. P.ROWN. ADYEKT.ISEKS Cm learn the exin t eo.-t of any proposed lino of Advertising in aiiilressinij' American jiapers by 1 1 air, r-furr ,v.I h-- h- i o?i p I ii trc cil. F.sclo.u w;ami'. ate. I ut e'.sgant style, to any oae who will atree ta S:ilTS A'ASlia Wnv: : XiV! KD JÜ mi Y. T. HAS3CX CAHSIAGE CO.. . Vlu íHdTwrlfih m cixCTtXATL, t. Ü1 MVUTZtZBT SO Pi:riTAllL BOOKS, THREE CENTS EACH! The follow. nc boik arn ruhliphod l-i n'tit Damrhlt form, nrintfwl iVnm mrA ..h-ki . ra;.or ami n any of tn..m liuuaw.mely il.uR-rai..r. 'i.y f i kiu.uuc rf,,uiii tu rhvaiwit boika T.T- I 1 lu ;i!ty tuud or uueiiistf. aud fiiiin,.ti to n .- .: . ,.f ti.. r,,.,.iJ . .....a ... ,7 .1 r 11 ' , . T , . . . 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