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INCOLN COÜN TY EADEK Devoted to the Best Intorosts of Lincoln County and the Development of It Resourced. VOLUME 6. WRITE OAKS, LINCOLN COUNTY, N. M.. SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1888. PROFESSIONAL - r funis." I l M l" f i-fcldüU' vVhi.M lilfLUtl. mar tf ."TÍ pi i v i a.nrtf KITTKlílV 9 I'l l!' U 111 NUMBEK 17. TH!3 PAPER It. f-i A cu- WOUi4Uiu.rki''' .fjrH IN T.W li. AU I tit 1 1 i Eft . .... 4- ft HMWI - - t 4 Ral ' ,.4. .... .. i mnn ITUWltS. O. AJKIebard. IlliclifN. M. TV Wrrn. II. I. KcrruMon. Altiixiurriiu, N. M. Wirrcn. Fmcussen & Bicliarfw ATTORNEYS AT LAW t Wl!l pruptli-r In a1lth. Courta of the rrl tory. Hinl In thu IT. S. Lamí Pillee. jfTF.TLsoy j. if OBo, coinrif i carilla anü Pío 8eet.. PkOMIT lÍESTONSlf TO AM. C.LI8. É7M cBTt I MO N Y. (Late KcKlmtT U. Lund Office, íolse City, Iilulio.) ATTORNEY AT LA Office WblteiOaks Avenue, Wuitk Oak N lolfÑ J. COCKli E LL, Attornetj at Law, Lincoln N M Practices' before al". Courts of theTer ritory, and U. a. Laud Office. Saturday. January 2$, 1 --s8. Kntored at the Tont Oflicp nt AYhitc Onkc. N M.. aasccond rlnHKmnttrr. UtJ 1 j, - - Thk Chicago Wki-.kly Niavs.and Lincoln Uo. Lkapkk, 1 year 2. 1T. WILLIAM S. RYAN, CoUNSKLOK AT LAW, Lincoln Kew Mexico Wu. B. ClllMM Albuquerqoe. C. L. Jaoksok, Botorro Ckildcrs. ' & Jackson, ATTOKNKYS AT LAW, Albujwrque and Socorro, N. M. jy vi practice In Lincoln County. W. F. BLANCRARD, I. S. Wmi UEPUTY SURVEYOR, AND KotarT Public. f Hi riüOAKS. N. M JoImY. Hewitt. A'lTOUNEY AT LAW. W.ITaQAaS LINCOLN OOtNTY New Mrxica. Joh.il HoiilurcliV, Siiiii c.itmtoi. WHITE OAKS, S. M. ' VTill operate in Lincoln and Socorro Counties. Order mv be left at Uiiaofflct. Real Estate and Mining "WiiiTK Oaks, ' i(Ti N. M. Charltjrln Uiitrc. MnilurWjua InCbargea A. G. LA E, Hiysician and Surgeon, 80UCITB A SHARE -.Of the Vatronao of tho Citirensof- While Onl and Viotnity. Prompt AUnc Pnl Jf! Tv" C. M DONALD, U.S.TOERVl DEPITY SURVEYOR. AND TVoturv lull THE TARIFF. That tho tarifV will bo tho nil pervading question in the next Presidential eh ction is as mire as that tho election will come oil'. Hence, it's meet that now, before the passions and prejudices incci denttosiich a campaign are ex cited, tho people should study the subject as comprcffcusivcly as poá siblu. In detail, the quest on is one which challenges the highest or der ot statesmanship, so that such investigation is not required of tho masses. 13ut there is an underlying principle' involved which should be studied, leaving details to those delegated to evoive tlicm. To start with it. wo would calm ly say that there is a sate principle for American patriots to lollow, i. i., to look with suspicion upon ojything that the jaundiced eye ot Efig'and looks with tavor upon. Every reading man knows that for many years, the aristocracy ot England has expended millions f dollars in keeping up the ('ob deii Club, with it's brunches raui' fyiiitr every portion ot our co;n try,; andjit's ag.-r.ts :md literature traveling like the wind throughout our National conlines. Surely this clement is not. interested in our commercial welfare, hence, we must conclude that free trade would hi nefit England, and in voting in favor of free trade, we ar v--. :ng in favor of Engiand. and as a cor ullary, against our own intcivMs: were Congress to adojit free trade, it would legislate for England imd against the II. S. Hut some will aigue. the t;infi protects capital. Well, should not capital be protected, as in so deing, labor is t.lso pn.i ( ted ! It capital is not protected it e:i: ! e idle and capit ilts livi- I'.u! it capital lies idle, the laborer u !; have to lie idle too, and ho cannot do that and live. lie is not mentally equipped. who docs not know that ríe trade would put Atuencan laborers on .... eu.ua. .owuF ,, ... j( , . . , . , ot l'.urope that wit li competition .........i .1 1 e.ui helo it ; not, even with a kind not ehenper to-day m.' the '. t'nited States under the jiroteetive system han it was in lS(ii) under free rrade ; and that'nine-tenths ot the manntactured commodities used by American arniers(ncludirig' cloth ing, bousehidd goods, furniture, implements fit husbandry, tools. etc.,) are as cheap in this country as they uru in England, and in some instances cheaper. "What more is wanted ? Surely the la boring man is not iinding fault with the prices he pays' lor neces sities, and he knows that, if fur ther reduction-comes,' his perdieni will fall like the bulb of a.; ther mometer in.' the tace-; of a lusty Northerner. It is only the" assurance "of oli- ticians whoprcsnmo on'.the igno rance, ot the ' inasses. The comments by", the Entriisli prcs on President Cleveland's freest radeV'" message f '.'should be enough to satisfy everv true Amer ican that what w'pie tor';John Bull must bo poison 'for Uncle1 Sam. Our people will' have noneot it. L A Mtau Man. Who doesn't know a mean mr.n ? Jdi an; meneare trequent enough not to be entirely overlooked. We all know them, and have a representa tive of the class in our minds when wc think oí ;them. a line has length but not breadth. A mean man is aline. lie has some length but no breadth. lie has so far narrowed himself, that his soul is squeezed out of his body. He knows no one excepting himself. The word ' humanity" has no sig nificance to him lie does know there are other people in the world, but liis only use tor them is to gratify h's own selfishness. Some men are born mean. They cannot help it, and arc to be pitied. Ood fonrot to give them souls. Then some men urow into meanness. They iiMially begin yoirn; They nurture the seeds ot selfishness and avarice, until their manhood is absorbed by them. Then they continue their way through the world, reaching out tor everything, and repelling everybody. Thevl 1 -.i . 1 non r Know wnai love is, and no "Hi' ci.n n e them. We can not class the mean man with che lower animal, for that would bo an in-lii.-tic" to the animals, lie standi In hiiii-cii. and he appears to , en joy his poMiion. I le does'nt want io l.,ie ti iciids, yr know people to.) well, tor it might, cost him íomething. lie loves to accumu late, but onl , lor the plea-ure ot seeing his accumulation grow. 1 le Wiilx ii'jnan boasts of n herc lie was born, he is vei- much like the man who priifi-s himself on being white,' tor the fact is that none of .... 1. 1 p . t us ere consulted as to where we would prefer bt-ingj-bornnor. as to our choicest' colors. But more tooiish;sfill, is'the man whojVepro- batos.anotlier, because he, was'usii ered into the worldto play his part m tho " Comedy of Errors," from a part of the stage distant from his - own, location. I ho point of entrance may be different but that of éxitos the same, and it is not from whence we came,'.'but our gaitjifter arriving,; which should characterize our status while trav eling toward the objective" point of outlives death... WeJ aro some times pained. t hear wholesale nild and 'iidiscnminatc" reference made toiexansasthough all were of a low and serviledass,: whereas our county contains some noble snec- i imen8'otkthe,yt(s homo who left Texas for their own and New Mcx ieoVgood.'.'.. 'Tis true- that Texas is siftinguoutiit's;refuse;and(lthrowing p JlfllUi them upon us, but timo which makes all things equal will regti latethis. ; . The idle,rshiftless3 Tux aus, like unto the lazy and worth less of other sections, will ascer taiiijthat this is not a congenial O-.'A.. T? . greeting'. KVUAl MUI1T, JAN. 30th. Alusic Instrumental Prayer Rev. It.jJE. Lund Music. She Sleeps, My Lady Sleeps Hale Quartette Installation Officers G. A. It. by Dept. Commander Hewitt Music Instrumental Address J. C. Klepinger, P.O. fV1 m-io T rt ... A.I .... , ., .... Installation Prov. Pres. W. R. C. "..Officers of Kearney W. li. C. and drill will earn more and better grub than a six shooter, and seek other fields ot conquest. We do not admire ignorance or lawless ness, but until all such hail from Texas, and leave there nothing but their duplicates, wo will not join the senseless? 'clamor, and damn every bod' hailing from the Lone Star State, and he that does is beneath the respect of gentle men with whom he would fain class himself. No, every Texan is not the son ot 11 female dog, though called so by those who are them selves of doubtful origin. is a bottomless pit of accumulation, lull. And he pjaw Mexico jad. . - - DKALKIi IN LUMHEK, SHINGLES, DOORS, WINDOWS, &c. A lull supply ot Building-materials Always on band. Call and see mi on an equality, foreign products would be laid down here cheaper than they could be produced in il.e U. S., U1 o-s the trid f r labor were also cut do 1 to tlie E irp-'an standard. We think this a very unfor tunate season for freo traders to thrivo in. Every laboring man can buy bis necessities at low fig ures. It he wants a suit of clothes, he can but wonder how cheap the word, lie is a negativo, lie is supposed to progress, excepting n I his own accumulation of wealth. Every 1 xpi nditure, with him, is a waste. Kven a smile is extrava gance. The mean man is tics sur plus population. There is no good use he can be put to, unless it is to furnish material to assist in filling a grave. price, and how the material and labor can bo produced for the TVTTt C-r ri 'V6' So ot everything that h J. T. ÜUllJ-' 5 t consumes. Of cutirá this condi- 'tioiiot things is moro evident 111 WHITE OAKS. .N. M. DKALKKS IS J'ure Drug, Mnlloines, Chntt calty Pfrfumerij, Soa Tnht Arthh'K, J'titait MfJi einfM, iff., it-c. Xjrooxriitiono Accurately compounded ut all the States t'.ian in New Mexico, hero long freights and carriage 1 ften equal if not exceed the cost of he freight bin even here it. ih no ticeable. Why, Senator Sherman, in his late tariff speech in the Sen ate, quoted Mr. Dudley, late O hi sul General at Liverpool, t the effect that there h hot a single The Democrats are greatly troubled how to reduce the surpVjs bequeathed them by the Republi cans. No such trouble menaced the Republicans when the IT. S. Treasury doors were thrown open to them by their Democratic pro docesnors. Not a nickel was in it. It looks now as 'bough Otero ot P.ernalÜ'.o Co.. would be tho next Republican candidate for Delegate to Congress, with Joseph as his manufactured commodity that is antagonist Thk L'ddy-Rissel Cotton Compa ny, located near Seven Rivers, N. M., last year occupied and put in operation anirrigaling ditch seven miles long. They have been so well pleased with the results ob tained, that they have commenced to dig another one to be 15 miles long, and to involve an outlay of A big money case in which the Chisum estate in Lincoln county was involved has been recently set tled, and some $10,000 was paid to numerous attorneys engaged there in. The bulk of it came to four of Santa Fe's legal lights, and two attorneys at Las Vegas gota share of it. New Mexican. Send a description ot yourself, together with 2."c. and we will make you a member of our Agen cy for one' year and furnish you as many lively, interesting corres pondents, for either fun or matri mony, as you may desire. Ladies fee, de. Adelress, Pkksonal Coit uicsi'oM). Aiiency, Rerrin Springs, Mich. Mention this paper. A sentimental Ohio girl is wear ing mourning for her dead pot dog. We have noticed that girls of that kind, if they eyr survive the ten der cbicken age, generally distin guish themselves by being taken in by the first snaky-eyed masher that makes a dead-set at them, and enJ their mpiashy career in the di vorce court. The next .National Democratic Convention will bo held at New York City, at the supposed instance ot Cleveland. Thk mother of tho lato Presi dent Gariicld died at tho home of Mrs. Garlidd, Mentar, Ohio, Sat urday lar t. Music. . .Soldier's Farewell, Male Quartette Music Instrumental Address . . Mrs. Ella Timoncy, Pres. W. R. C. Music Vocal Reading Poem..Capt. E. McB Ti- rnonev Mu6ic. . .Nearer'jMy God to Thee Choir The G. A. Veterans and the Ladies ofW. R. C, extend a cor dbdjjinviiation to all'gyoung men eligible to membership in a Camp of the Sons ot Veterans, and will assist them in organizing a camp after tho installation ceremonies. Tho Working world, published at Atlanta, Cía., has the following to Bay of the man who occupies tho presidential chair by the grace of the southern democracy : ",7t was onlyu'few daysago we hoard aluading mcrchanton White hall stroDt. say this : 'If tho He publicans nominate Bob .Lincoln or. a platloim of protection and repeal of the 1 internal revenue, I will vote for Lincoln against Cleve land on his freo trade message. I will not voto for either Maine or Sherman, because they have vili fied the south too much. Lincoln has nofabused us, and Old Abe was tho best friend the south over had, and his assassination by John Wilkes Booth was a terrible blow to tho south.' You can hear it openly talked on tho streets here that Georgia Democrats won't vote for Cleveland ; And his visit here in October shewed the Southern people they had a very common placo man for president. The- southeru people won't worship a stupid stick. Having been used to following such kingly iutellects as Toombsjand Stephens, it was a cruel blow to their pride when they saw and hoard 'Dull Grover' at Piedmont Jair." Ki.iionary secretary. As I have been appointed Mis sionary Secretary r.r New Mexico and part of my work is to writo articles for the seonlar press in re gard toMissious.and have been kind ly tendered tho use of tho column of this paper, I will from time to timo givo such information as will interest its many readers. Tho task beforo me will bo to try and demonstrate that Christi anity can grapple with the most fallen conditions of human society and rescue, elevato and save tho people. We must make the masses feel this as never before. There are eleven millions of Protestant Chris tians in this land. They aro in possession of eight and three quarters billions of dol lars, 0110 nfth of our national wealth. They aro ready for great enter prises, they could pay the debt of the United States and have more than six thousand millions left. They could pay the debt of Great. Britain and have four thousand millions lei t. Chaplain McCabe, onr mission secretary, only asks tor 1.200.000 of this monev. God mu n.....,.i ml "H J IUI l.'VU this vast wealth into the hands ot his children for the very purpose "We have now a full stock of Mining Location Notices, not only of Cpps' form, but from Copps' press. Price, 10 ants each,or 3 for a quarter Jso. Whkalan is now running the hotel at Lincoln fronting the Court 'Oouso. of evangelizing the whole world. V hat a sense of safety would crine to us lor our country; what an answer it would be to the pow ers of darkness, if within the next five years, instead of eleven mill ions ot Protestant Christians, wo should have twentv-two millions instead ot one hundred thousand Sabbath schools, we skouldj have two hundred thousand ; and if, in stead ot eighty thousand churches, we should have one hundred and sixty thousand. How it would heraiu the dawn of the coming day, it tho prayer of Adoniram Judson should bo suddenly answered, when from the very depths of his soul, he cried, have mercy, O, Lord, upon tho churches in the United States, hold back the curse of Meioz, and may the time soon como when no church shall dare to sit under Sab bath and sanctuary privileges with out bavin r one of their nuinber tn represent them on mission ground. W. H. Williams. Missionary Secretary of N M. Silver City, Jf. il Tiif editor f a paper at Storm ake, Iowa, is now hiding in a swamp near the place in conse quence of tho way in which ho mixed up the report of a cattl show and a concert. His paper said: "The concert given last night by sixteen of Storm Lake's most beautiful and interesting young ladies was highly appreci ated. They were elegantly dress ed and sang in a most charm ing manner, winning the plau dits ot the entire audience, who pronounced them the finest breed of Shorthorns in the county. Sev eral ot the heifers were fine-limbed animals and promise t prove good property." B. W. Chick left tor California, by Thursday night's stage. F. M. Goodin Thursday. was in town on The holiday businoss reported in thflse Georgia and Alabama counties which have vwted to sup press liquor-selling was in jugs of whisky. Mobile reports having shipped over four thousand filled ingi to those counties in two days during the holiday soasen. I .1 v . Í J' L J \n\n . .. i. Pkn.. 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