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Lincoln County Leader.
" - - - Saturday. Kqilntikr 1, 1SSS. SO'OIETIHS. K. of P. Ilurtrr I.ortifn No. 9, Rnlrlit of l'ythla, mnrt vory Thtirvlmjr night, at ":) o clock Vi ltlNK Kiiliítits ñt coriliallf tari toil to Uoml. I,. W. HTKWA11T. C. C. Bowakd tínnifi. K. or K. It B. . O. O.T.-Whlto Oaka Ludiré No. 4, rneou vary Sit. inlay lilwhl, ni t nm Ir llnll, at I 'luek. VialtltiR tirothcri earnestly invlt J. A. Wooui.ikd, C. T, JAMES H, f AKKItH, SCC. n. A. K Kfurnny Pnt, No. 10, maationth lant Mondar tiliiht of Hall month. Ht Town Hull. J. O. KI.KMNt.KR. '. C. E. W. Parker, Adjt. WOITR ÜAKS CoNOIir.OATKINAI. CJSfBCn. Lord 'i I)y Hervivoi Morninif. 11 o'c. Ere ti i ii íf 7.30 o'clock. Bnnrlay Sihnol 9:45 a. m. Weekly Hilile rc-adititr. WnilnoNdiy Eva. at 7.80 o'clock 8rta fríe. All aré wel come. n. E. LcKD, Pastor. LOCAL ROUNDUPS, Luck anmetlmeimakei a ñama, Rut prtntornlnk no hlnok andualamn. IT 111 iilv a mtin pocullor fmne. Whou uuttn tilla paoullnr column. Coi.. Human returned home last Tuesday morning. Grkat has beeu the exodus from White Oaks to Lincoln this week. Ciikw tas returned from the R. K. with a very heavy stock of turn, iture. 1'at. Cog h i.an spent a couple ot days in the business nerve centre this week. Will. IIldoens went down to Lincoln en Wednesday from his Socorro home. Ilo went thither as a witness. Herman Gemían returned from his Eastern trip lust Thursday. Look out tor the new stock he pur chased while absent. The streets were enlivened Wednesday morning by the appear ance ot the railroad grading teams on thoir way to begiu work at El I'aso. G. W. Pkitchaud.oí Las Vegas, one of the leading attorneys of the Territory, spent Saturday in town and took the stage on Sunday for Lincoln. On Tucsdtiy Alphonsa Romero was arrested and brought before Justice Belloniy on a charge of taking an overee at from Schinzing's new saloon. He was taken to Lin coln on Webncsday to appear be fore the grand jury. Thr teachers engaged tor the coming term of the public school, Mr. J. E. Whorton and Miss. K. Pellomy, will commence the term on Monday, Sept. 3rd. Scholars are requested to be present punctu ally the first day of the term. Capt. D. W. Roberts, ot Lincoln county, was appointed on August 2."th a member of Territorial Cattle Sanitary Board. Capt. Roberts, formerly of Texas, is now a promi neut and influential citizen and cat tle man of that county. Santa Fc Herald. The primary election of the Re publicans of White Oaks came ofl on last Saturday afternoon. Dr. Wilson wan chosen chairman, and John A. "Woodbind secretary. The following named gentlemen were choen delegates to the County Convention: D. J. M. A. Jewctt, Geo. L. Ulriek, P. L. Stimmell.T. W. Heñían, M. II. Bellomy, Win. Watson, Jno. A Brothers, J no. A. "Woodland. The following gentle men were chwseu as I'recinct Com mittee: John A. Woodland, John A. Brothers, Dr. Wilson, D. J.M. A. Jowett. This committee wts instructed to organize a Republi can Club iu the 8 tli precinct. Last Wdnoday afternoon, a- bout 5 o'clock, the large wooden structure in Baxter Gulch,in which Mrs. Melindy kept a boarding house, caught fire, and burned to the ground befare all the effects in the doomed bxilding could be saved The boarders' loss was trilling, but the landlady's was serious, involv ing furnituro and clothing. The house belonged to Jno. E. Wilson, who built it about a year ajo. No íuaurunco. COURT PROCEEDINGS. Court commencod on Monday, 27th, Judge Long presiding. Sevoral grand and petit jurorB were excused on legal exemption and other grounds ami Jno. A. Brothers, E. W. Dow, James Miller and Bamon Miererul were appointed commissioners to draw jurors to inuko up the deficit. First pnpers were granted Man uel Maruga, Rafael Vaga and Ni cholas (..'osa, and final papers to Jean Gardisscr. No other business was done save calling the docket, entering appear ances, &c. The following named attorneys not resident ot Lincoln Countv, were present : Col. A. J. Foun tain and A. J. Prichard,Dona Ana County ; II. B. Furgusson, Berna lillo ; Col. Thornton, Safita Fe ; G. W. Prichard, San Miguel ; and Prosecuticg Attorney Ashenfelter. Tuesday, August 23, 1888. Upon the convening of court this morning, the Jury Commis sioners presented a list of names from which the following petit ju ry was selected : P. L. Krouse, Ygnacio Sena, A. N. Harp, Frank Terrell, Filomeno Grecgo, Telesforo Lopez, Geo. M. Danner, Jose Chaves y Montoya, Juan Jose Gourolele, Antonio Ar chuleta, August Schinzing, J. D. Grumbles, E. M. Merrett, W..R. Schoemaker, Walter Cole, Arnold Ridgeway, Elisha Orr, Ben. Ja cobs, B. Lujan, John Thornton, R. Burnett, Julio Otero, Campbell Fountain, H. Brogden. Case 669. James J. Dolan vs Promotara Brady et al Chancery. W. S. Ryan appointed guardian ad litem. Case referrcdto G. A. Richardson as Master. 665. Sadie J. Daniels vs. Geo. A. Daniels. Chancery. Certifi cate ot non-appearance. Cause re ferred to Clerk. 668. George Richard vs Susan H. (Richard. Certificate of non appearance filed. Causo referred to Clerk. 579. Grant Bitler vs Paul May er. B. II. Dyo withdraws appear ance as attorney for plaintiff. 663. Esther Muir vs' Lee M. Muir. Sheriff given leave to a mend his return. Certificate of no appearance filed. Plea pro-con-lesso. Cause referred to W. E. Gortner as Master. 499. Paden vs Wells. Cause continued. Costs ot term charged to plaintiff. UKAKn Jlkv. O. B. Liles, foreman - James A. Alcock, Wiu. Gallagher, Julian Lopez, Einil Fritz, Jose Garcia, Pat. Boone, Jose A. Montoya, Wr. P. Ahuid, Granville Marques.Jose Nugent. Ramon Trajilla, Felipe Miranda, Francisco Cordoba, W. II, Angelí. llHKSIMY 1' K1DAY. Pursuant to calí a good number of the citizens of White Oaks met nt the oflice of Justice Bdlomy for ,tho purpose of organizing an asst chillón to provide the public with an c;.ti rt -linnn nt cmi sistiiig of hmc raes, burro races, etc. The meeting orgiini.cd by c loitnig T. L. .Taylur chairman, and IVtir iVcCmirt secretary, ('lav Wiliimiis tren-lil'er. The li. Mowing named gentlemen were iipiminteil a committee n races: T.L.Taylor, Jno. A. Brothers, G. I). Tarbell, Dr. Bearup, Paul Mayer, P. Reid, Joe i'itts and P. McCourt, The committee on base-ball are Clay Williams, Peter Moore, Oscar Oyer. Committee on grounds: B. B. Spencer, Dr. Bearup and Clay Williams Committee on amuse ments: Oscar Dyer, Peter Reid, T. W. Hernán, Éd. Boiinell, M.ll. Bellomy. Purses will bo awarded amount ing to $150. The gentlemen are all interesting theniRelv es in the tournament, suflicient financial aid has already been guaranteed and all the arrangements will be fully completed this week. A full arid interesting proiramme will be nr ranged and one of the most inter esting and enjoyable affairs that hiss ever come olf in Lincoln county may bo looked for. The dato fixed is Sept. 20th and 21st. Full par ticulars will be published in our next issue. Everybody preparo yourselves for an old fashioned good timo, bring along your cous ins and your nnuts and all the fami ly, and enjoy yourselves. RESOLUTION. Parsons, Lincoln Co., N. M. Aug. 23rd., '88. It is unanimously resolved bv the members of the Parsons Miners Association after duly inyestigat ing the causes that have brought a bout the untimely and violent death of R. C. Parsons, the dis coverer of tho Hopeful mine In Bonito mining district, that the death oi" said R. C. Parsons was in directly causid by the false repre sentations and swindling ot certain speculate rs negotiating with him for the sale oi said mine, and th it we consider them detrimental to tho welfare ot anv country they may intent. T. W. C'okky, shoemaker and renairer, oilers his services to the people of White Oaks and vicinity. He will gurauteu his work and his charges will be liberal. Shop op posite Goodman & Zeigler's. ... Chicago siding and ceilu g, sash doors, blinds, Ac, at low down prices, at the lumber yard of Ed R. Bunnell. Du. IliNTiiK, one ot Kentucky's Congressmen, passed through town on Thursday for Lincoln, lie is u witness in the orth Homestalit cute. It is agreeable to note the many new nnd handsome residences that are springing up in the Kempton Addition, north of town. In tact this favored locality seems to bo monopolizing about all the line residences this summer. This ad dition was thrown open but little over a year ago, at which time it contained but two houses that of the proprietor and the one erected by the Comrcy brothers several years ago, and since oecupird by them. The first to avail them selves of these fine building sites were Goodman, Ziegler it Co. Then followed the cosy residence ot L. II. Rudisille, which hud hard ly appeared above thetops of the wide spreading cedars until that, of his neighbor, Giove. sjirang up in the background. Early in the present season ElPaso parties, with an eye to the beauties of its loca tion and availability, have become extensive investors in lots, one purchaser taking sixteen in n body and our own citizens have not been at all backward in securing sites tor future houses. Charlie Buford and Albert Zietrlor, within the last ten days, have enc'i completed their dwellings and Charlie says he now has a roof over him that turns the water outside instead ot in and doesn't have to pay rent for it. eith er, while Albert will probably oc cupy his with a hired family until picnics can furnish more girls than married women. Other houses are said to be under contract which will set the north side ahead. ill ilk; V. nv JUST 'ISSUED. No. X . 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Hiunient iyríf tlio famous Mill Mil, ami is tot olí with b iiiiin Yrpr ( iovir.fiii oi:rri-iiii3. limrli iiuihImt is Iiii.iIh 11 ; of rfTtnrn !:pF.f, b M-.il n'liilv oi iinVil on ii'i i f 'Xii h wt'iuhf., BO in to Ue i'iU' u t's,-i-vii, ami tho moit eonvci lent form fn-ni wlii.h to utttlior Ht K plini'-o tin1 ful maiu's e j nl tii ct of the wholi- I miiii viiM'ilnn. Tbeí-j pulilii. ai.irm :-.?iomil liorcirt by every Amori. au nitien, o'.nl the low (.u-uv, 10 QWTü COPY, plucta them within ibo rt-uA of everybody. "VCiiito Octli3 Boom B. H. B. CHEW, Has oponed out at corner ot Livingstone and Pinon Streets a lock nt' entirely NEW FURNITURE. embracing everything in the line from the most luxuries and expensive to the commotiost and cheapest all of the latest iUigns. His stock hUu embraces Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Door Mats, nnd everything usually kejt in metropolitan stores of ike character. i . .. -- 1 L. .. t. 1 u Cm E8T TOCK. Bos Goods ! 0Ü000000 Latest Styles ! ooooooooo Benl 20 cenls in stumps for OltAl'IIIC LIBUAUY, oR.l oml a, to THE DAILY GRAPHIC, SO & li Park Place, K. Y. Ur. J. T. llutlrr, kiiliuui-e, Mo. Miiltliew M. Mnrnliy. White UukR, M . M J. T. SUTLER & CO., Have just opened up a full line of DRUGS, PAINTS, OI I A TOILET ARTICLES ifcc. fcc. itc. C. All orders by mail promptly at tended to. PUKE WINES & LIQUORS tor medical use. 47 JAS. Assay Olñco COLP ANO Chemical Laboratory. W mm Oaks M. M. Snmpk'S by until will rueeive earuful nnd prompt iittrntion. And still White Oak s has no ceinevary. We learn that the Masons aro looking about for a lot which thev can conseci ato for their dead. This, to our view, is selfish, especially when it is considered that not one of them would be will ing to start the population ot their city of the dead." Rather let a tewj.icres be secured tor the public benefit.,'and then, arrangements for disassoriation with the vulgar herd can be secured by such as desire it The day cannot bo far distant hcn this subject will demand at tention and it should not be per mitted to sleep until then. Ka. JTi.. Bonnoll, UKAt.Kll IN LUMHEK, SHINGLES, DOORS. WINDOWS, &c. A full supply ot Building-materials Always on hand Call and see me TvX.oa.1i Marlcot. Trcct, Sclioll & ( line, Props. Opposite Ma yen? Livery Stable Meats, of all kinds, Sausage, Game in it's season, at lowest living prices. "ATTENTION UUILDERS ! ! Those oontt inplating building should apply to the undersigned, who will guarantee (iooi) and Substantial Wokk. Contracts taken for Stone, Prick or Frame buildings, from lounda tion to doliyerv of keys. " GCS. SIEP.ER. LOWEST ITRIOIO. These form a quartette ot desirable store inducements. I can safely and truly lay claim to all of them. Every item which goes tc constitute Men and Hoy's Apparel J have, and at prices which com mend themselves to the judicious and economical buyer. Also, ev erything which goes to make up a well dressed Lady, from Hoisary and Shoes, to Hats and Feathers. I extend a cordial invitation to the general public to visit my oin ponum, where they will find what is enumerated above, as also, Gr ceries in profusion. Hard wareand Tinware, and everything ever exkib lted in a General Store. Ranch Supplies ! a Specialty. Don't fail to visit'tho " Old Keliable." W. H. WEED. I LJJl NEW BEICK STOKE Where wo are now ottering a tall line tt DRY GOODS. NEWEST STYLES, RICH DRESS GOODS. LA DIE'S LINGERIE, ROOTS AND SHOES, GENT'S CLOTHING. CARPETS IN ALL STI'LES. In fact every thiug kept in a first class City Dry Gods Iter, and at prices to defy competition. ' Southwestern Hotel. "WEST END WHITE OAKS AVENUE. Jxi o-r-5LDB3rotl3.ox,í3, !Pro, Comfortable- rooms, good beds, and tlm tabla supplied wU'n tlis bad the market affords. NAT. MOORE & SONS, DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF Miners, Ranch, s Family Supplies 3o-fvl, .... XV, 3t KOTK'K FOR rillll.lCATIOV. U. 8. I.hihI omen, I.w l i iki:8. N . M. AutrUHt lOlh, 1KÍ-.8. Nolloe I heron, irlvon tlntt "'f following nK:ni-il aoti lor lian lllfil imtitie or h!H Intention to iiuike rtiuil proot In Hiiiiport of his oliiiin uml IIihI hiilil proof will li iiuule boTort l'ro liutuJuiUoor CliTk of l.inuoln, tonniy. at Uuwiii. N. -M . on Uctnlivr lm. IHKK.vin: jAutu Htei'Iikmuin, on lionifntruil HIKl.iior the ' n w ! w o o n w ;t e n e lu w 4 hi-o IU ti 7 r IU UiiHi. Ili iuuiK-8 the following wltniiBKii to prov liU continuous roBiilrniie nnon. hiii! oiiltivn tion of H'tiil liiiiil, vi, i W, Ilium i Hiiwunls, Willluni Koxronl, Itii liHnl N. Iliirkmir, Win. C McDonalil, n 1 1 of White Oiiku, Lincoln County, New Montr j 4tlu Eduusb U. Siiikl.liS, LcsUter Jlrn-f-iHt! J. T. REID & Co WHITE OAKS N. M, DKAI.KKS IN Pure Drucx, Jfotit'cinrH, Chrmi enfo, IKrfum cry, Soap, Toilvt Article, J'atcnt Jferfi eines, tf, tfr. Prosoriptlonti Accurately compounded at all SECHLER & CO. rJ.ID.VP CA.TITA.Ii STOCK, $200,000. CO so C9 MANtPACTlRERM OP Business and Pleasure Vehicles. Propriatsrs and Sols Users of Stcbler's Improved Peritenon Fifth-Wheil. All Work Guaranteed lirprneHted. BEND FOB CATALOGUE. ufSSfSn. Mrs. Fritz's Hotel. UntxiuftllW Bro- nooocMl ib rwai ktt II wo, HwMyt, M iucñ M ft. He r ftp pl, Unqwuw, No. Imt Mot, iprM prpalá,oa rclp4 oí tU.óü. AMERICAN M'F'G CO., LINCOLN. wuiiak Next doo- below Soiiio Solazar' \n\n Serna, Creceucio Gamboa, R. J.