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N County Devoted to' the East lutorcsts of Lincoln County and the Development of Its Ueionrcei, VOLUME 6. WilCTK OAKS, LIXOOLX COUNTY. N. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, PR OfihSSl OSA I CARDS. TKI8 mtt Z"?üryz2r vtniMBU nurM.i i jr. tit T it A f R ITCniTSC CO t etn. ftUILUiidCnd ik...t,eibtaixMtM m adWr&mc kmc to Ccí: ml .d n W. at !Xr L6RD JAS. A. TOMLINSON. J'hgsician, Surgen ib Accouchcr. Oilers liis services t the public. Office in Drüü Store, Lincoln. geóTbTIlmíber, ATTORNEY AT 1AW White Oaks N. M Vill pructice in nil tlifl Courts of the Ter ritory and in the U. 8. Land Ogli:ei. ALEXANDER G. LANE, Surgeon and Physician, "VThitf Oak Nicw Mrxioo ABREAST OF THE TIMES. Latest ond moBt Improved method f treating dittane. Prompt Relief and Speedy Curt For those who submit to the undeniable touchstone of trial. Dialer in Kw and Pure Drue. Fine Pre criptioni. (íeouine Spccilic Medicines, uoed in ail cbols. THEOVWHEMAN 3El.on.l"v3S2istto a-xrcl XVSCinixiii Agency Fire Insurance and Salary Pafclie. WHITEMKS.. NJWJEX1CC IíikíoIii Hotel, (Opposite Court IUuse.) LINCOLN, N. M. This Hotel, under new and efficient mauacenuut. having ben thoroughly re novated nnd re furnished, offers to viii tors superior accommodations Goon Ktauliko Attachkd. WilELAX & CO.. Prop's. II. I,. Warron. AUiuiiiei'wu. N. M. O. A. l.luooln, 1. M Mum, icrzussou t: uituaroJira ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Vfl'I nrn!tlo1n alltilm Court, of lb Terri tory. ail In.thoU..'. Laudóme. B. F. WJLSOA', M. D. " omoe WinJet J oarllla and Tine Streets. PROMPT RESPONSE TO AM. Ca1.U1. 1. McB. TÍMÓSlY. (Late Reenter U. S. Land Office, Boise CUT. Idaho.) ATTORNEY AT LAW. OBlce White Oaks Atsbub, White Oaks N M JOHN J. COCKRELU Attorney at Law, Lincoln N. M Prartices before all Courts of the Ter ritory, uud U. b. Land Offices. WITIJaU S. RYAN, Col'NELOR AT Law, Lincoln . . JlewMexico WM B . Ciii.ibh Alhu'iirqoe. C. L. jAfaso. Sooorro CliiliVrs, k Jatksfln, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Alhuqueryu and Sooorro. N. M. 13S" Will practice In Liuroln Conntv. Jolin Y. Hewitt. . , ,- x ATTORNEY AT LAW. WHllKoAKK '.lSTOIN COUNTY New Mexico. "John . McMurohv, pl'.AI.ER IS Mints and Ileal Ksiato. henry w. KEARsiNQ,yntojr ,y0Uiiív Leader Assayer and Ckeniisí. 1 asv for Gold and Silver, $'-'.50 4.50 c.oo 1.50 1.50 2.50 4.00 1 singlo assay for Gold, 1 " " Silrer, LeAtl, liugl B8IBY, Copper, " " All olhur metals in proportion. Special contracta to Mining Com panies and Mills. fZT" Cash must be remitted with each sample. Assaying taught in all ii'n hrntich tu on reao)ahle terms. Carizo Hotel. Whits Oakh New Mexico WM. GALLAGHER, Prop. L'BL.S l.d EYKRT SUCRD1Y, $2 Saturday. iplrni!cr 5,ÍSS8. FEE 1R 1883. NUHBER 19 This Hotel is a new brick structure and is furnished throughout with now furni ture. Bleeping rwotUii :ir well supplied with clean anrl comforll)l'i lieds.iaici pro Tided with liffht and ventilation. Table supplied with the be-t the niiirket if fords. Every care taken of. and atten tion paid to wauts of transient .ucits. CHARGES REASONABLE. GROCERIES, VEGETABLES, FRUIT, CANNED GOODS. The subscriber lias opened a place ot business for tiie salo of the abnve goods, in the building on White Oaks Avenue, nearly opposite Wfod's store, and res pectfully solicits a sharo of public renace. JOHN A. BROWN. D O CO CO srh CO b c 3 in O 'O o c te .S ai O O y. ti CO 0 s 0 O O Ó "O o o ü Q o ii 5 S 'i Wm. Caffrr-. Elltoi cCs X"ioprltcx Ktitered ni the Post O Hire at White (Jaks. N 11.. HRSHcond classmotter. TiieCiik -ago Weekly News. and Lincoln l.'o. Lkadi u, 1 year $2. 75 HUSTLES. The papers inform us that Mrs. Cleveland, ''the first lady in the land," has set down en; no, that she has set her face, against; that won't do either; that she, the "first lady," has vetoed the bustle nnd it "must yo." Now wo think that Mrs. Cleveland has, as a cow-boy would put it, "bitten oil'iHore than she c.hü chaw," for bustles have .'row n of late as no other crop has; khey have grown tmin the size ot a mouse trap to that ot a bird cage, so that an innocent male is some times perplexed to tell which is the bustle and which is the girl. Jut Mrs. C. can't do it, and were she built like some women we wot of, all points and no protuberances, she wouldn't try the experiment. But she ain't built that way, and because, forsooth, Nature fashioned her in one of her must exqusite moulds, she would fain compel those of tier sex, less favored, to expose their deformities and have them perambulate the streets like ani mated iisiiingrods. By what authority does she seek to make the innovation? It would seem to be because she is"the first lady of the land."' Why is she thus? Because she is the wite ot thel'res idout ot the United States. But on looking over the record left by the first lady's" wao have preceded her none but one have left traces ol title to distinction, and that one was Dolly Madison. She wan a lady, and yet she never puton frills or scollops. At parties she carried in one pocket a cotton handkerchief and in the other a laco one, and used to ay the former was tor busi ness a'ld the latter for linishin. At parties s''e was the center ot attraction owing to her beauty and wit. When Madison married her, or rather just before, she wasa wid ow, and it was wont to bo related that notwithstanding her education and talent she secured the services ot Aaron Burr to write iier love letters to Madison to make Mire her catch," and every reader can imagine what a line love-letter writ er he must have been. And we are also told that the letters from the willow captivated .lames Madisou, and so w i.-!:cd upon his admiration thai he wo, .Id show them to Burr and challenge his criticism, which Bnw , ',w that v.-viows were sharp then as they are now. Yes. Doily was i lady, admired by ev ery statesman, despite the fact that she didn't put on airs, which should serve as a pointer to many women of the present da v that wth er wavs are open to them to fasci nate men besides painting their faces, hanging theirhair and crimp ing their mouths. But the bustle which Mrs.Olave- I land has set out to abolish is a hin i' Mniig.tliiit i -,-H-hioi; n-nniy ev GOOD -COOPER WAR. The body of Walter Good was found last Wednesday afternoon n bout three w'cloi.-k, lying on the White Sands, by liis father and the company of iilteen men who have for the last two weeks been scour ing the country in what seemed a most discouraging and fruitless en deavor. When found it was hard ly recognizable having laid for two weeks bleaching in tho rays ot the sun on the hot nands, and eaten by the coyotes until unrecognizable there being little left buttlio skele ton, but identifiable from the height, Good being six feet six inches, and tho clothing and jewel ry worn, ilis shirt was torn into threads and his hat was missing. Two bullet bales in the left temple told the sail story of how he met his untimely end. Near him lay his revolver containing two empty cartridges. After recovering the body the party divided up and re turned t their homes. One divis ion consisting of John God and his son Charles, his son-in-lawllugh Taylor, his nephew Ed. Good, E. 0. Ruckcr, and Good's foreman, George Swigert took tho road t the Malone's ranch. When they arrived at the brow of the hill, which is within three hundred feet of Malone's house, they were sud denly confronted by a party ot Cooper's men consisting ot Chero kee Bill, Altmau. Eurhnrt, Tom ticker and Oliver Lee. Both par ties immediately dismounted and commenced tiring which resulted in the killing ot two horses, and tho wounding of a third. After about a hundred shots had beeli firud they remounted and separated, fortu nately no ono was imured, as taras could be ascertained. The Good party returned to Ui Luz. In the evening information was sent by tter the Sheriff Ascarate, who left ast Thursday morning for tho seat ot war, accompanied by a posse of twenty-live men. Alter arnvingat La Luz, where they were joined by i iiosse ot twent.y-h.vo more men, Ascarate sworo in E C. Rucker as leputy sheriff and gayo him charge of the jisse which was to pursue and capture if possible tho Cooper croad, while he himself in com jianv with deputy marshal Armijo and posse proceeded alter tho body of Yv alter Good, which was buried the next day at La Luz. What might have been another and most fiendish murder came near being added to the calander, which has disgraced this vicinity within the last three months. A largo suply wagon was left at Malone's ranch by John (rood in charge of his son Irvm, lad of 14 years, in com pany with a Mexican. While the party were at the White SandsAlt- inan and Cherokee Bill rode up to where the wagon was standiug,and Bill seeing young Good said to Alt man: "Suplióse wo kill hint, Alt man!" Altmati said "why do you wish to do that?" Bill answered: for the reason that ho may grow up to be an' enemy of ours." Alt man luevailed ii jii Bill not to in jure him and thus another murder was jireventeil and an innocent life saved. Tho house of Perry Altmau, ono ot the Cooper party, was almost en- tir-yiy. consumed by tire last Sunday s WIllTK OAKS, X. M. " ED. r7 bonnell, Real Estate and Mining Agent, Whitk Oaks, - " J1'M' w. (Mcdonald. l'.S.nLDEPCn SIMEME. AND vruW N"w Harrison ! V r., Near the Mill. Board $5 jur week. Furnished rooms. ir per month Transients, Í-1 50 per dny. SAN ANTONIO HOTEL San Antonio N. M MRS. Win. Dl'Fl'EY, Vnp Good Table--Clean Reda nte Charges. -M oic r en when vou can t see it, tor when on even the wearer can't see it, but it has got to bulging so that it ex cites curiosity how its wearer can seat herself, and a circus is no where coniiarud to watching the modus operandi incident to the task. The female eye catches tho seat, then the body backssidewav, shakes itself and with a sort of St. Anthonv struggle kerllos,and the hiisiie is hidden from vulgar gaze. No. Mi". (.'., you may he the "first lady in the laud," but. when you give way to Mrs. Harrison next March vou will find that the hustle will still be in place and it is no two to one that you won't be looking at the fashion plato to syc thn latost designs in hustl?s and afternoon, it is believed by Good's friends that it was dono purposly to prevent tho discovery ot tho mur der of Walter Good as dirt with blood mixed, as they claim, was dis covered in tho corral. This dirt has been sent to Fort Stanton tor ana lysization. The Good party now believe that Walter was murdered here and his body was kept in the house until night when t was car ried to the White Sands, and the house was then fired to prevent din COURT PROCEEDINGS. Tuesday, August 28, 1883. 586. Sigafus vs Gregg et al.con tinned on agreement of parties. n é n II . . . . o. rowers vs Jiamiiton ue cree pro contcsso. Referred to W S. Ryan, Esq., Master. C46. Gregg vs Sigafus. Motion sustained to continue tho order in- joining the prosecution ol law case No.5S3 until third day of February term ISS'J. 659. Obenchain va Obcncliain Decree pro confesso. Referred to Joseph R. Ilanison, Esq., Master CG4. Henley vs Long et al. Dc- creo pro confesso. Referred toW S. Ryan, Esq., Master. 668. Georgo Rickard vs Susan II. Rickard. Certificate of uon- apjearance filed. Cause referred to Clerk. 431. Serrano vs Serrano. Ad ministratrix of defendant, deceas ed, substituted party defendant and alias process ordered and cause con tinued for service. 505. McPherson Riges et al. vs Ilolliman. Cause dismissed. 593. Sigafus vs Gregg et al. Case continued over the term. 612. Pritchard et al. vs Solitaire M. & M. Co Motion in arrest of judgment. 621. Pritchard et al. vs Watson, et al. Motion to dismiss cause. 626. Territory vs Chaves et al. Default of Chaves and cause con tinued lor service. 627. Territory vs J. Carillo. Cause dismissed. 628. Territory vs I). Carillo. Cause dismissed. 631 Territory vs Arrulla. De fault. 662. Ryan vs Serrano. Default and judgment for plaintiff. 667. Delancy et al vs Byrd ot al. Rule to plead by Friday morning. 670. Thurber, asignoe vs Farm er. Default and judgment tor plainti.i'. 677. Parker vs Sligh et al. Plaintiff ruled to reply by Saturday niornine. 67S. Staab et al. vs Montano. Defendant ruled to plead Tursday morning. 685. Clark vs Pritchard. Cause docketed. 68(5. Gilliland vs Martin. Cause docketed. 630. Territory vs J. Apadaca. Judgment tor laintift. 631. Territory vs J. Analla. Judgment for plaintiff. Wednesday, August 29. 378. Bell et al. vs Gaylrd. Master liles his report. 584. Nugent etal. vsMcMurchy. Stipulated submission to Master. 539. Dawson vs Sligh. Dismiss ed for want of prosecution. 600. Harrison vs Sigafus. A- mendment as to parties plaintiff and Hjipcranco tor same. 604. Emillio vs Freidrich Cause dismissed. 657. Colley vs Breece. Set for trial, Friday, Sept. 4th. 671. Wilson ys Conner et al Judgment for plaintiff. 687. Blanchard vsMcBee. Cause docketed. 601. Solitaire M. & M. Co. vs Sigafus et al. Cause called lor trial betru jury. For plaintiff: Messrs. Fountain and Dye; for de fendants: Messrs. Fergusson and Hewitt. This cause is ot the usual mining tediwusness and contains vs before Declaration amended and issue joined: 621. Prifrhard et al. vs Watson1 et al. Motion for oMinuanco. 660. Laui'm ot a?, vs Wells. Cause dismissed. 688. Henley vs ímg et al. Cause docketed. (isflf. Cftopcr vrf Dolen et al. Cause docketed. COI. Soiitare M. A M. Co. StgafiW. Cause on trial jury: Friday, August 31. 597. Farneer vs Montana. Cause' llt 18ST1C. 66(5. Grumbles vs Coyote Vat- ley it Red Lake C. Co. Cause dismissed 667. Deolaney et al. vs Byrd et' al. Plea on part of defen'dantJ.F. Byrd and W. S. Ryan appointed- guardians ad litem ot Wiley G. Ryrd. 690. Ex parte Robert E. Lund: Admitted to- full citizenship. 691. Ex parte Frank 11 Rich mond. Application tur admission to the bar and W. E. Thorntun, J. J. Cockrell and J. Y. Hewitt ap- lointed commission to examine ap plicant. 378. Bell et al. vs Oaylord. Leave given for excejitions. 492. Williams vs Plowman. Set for hearing Set. 5th. 643. Powers vs Hamilton. De- creo ot perpetual injunction against defendant. Sattkda'y, September-1. 663. Muir vs Muir. Roport of Master filed, decree of divorce pro mulgated witli right ' to resume maiden name, Esther Schollar; (572. Romero vs Romero. An swer and cross-complaint with ap plication for alimony and solici tors leo; 675. Collier et al. vs Caffrey ee al. Shsriff allowed tho amend Ids' return. 676. Collier et al. vs Hernán et al. Sheriff allowed to amend hi return, default of defendants E. B. Chase and J. A. Tomlinson. 601. Solitaire M.AM. Co. vs Sigafus et al. On trial by jury, third day. 677. Parker vs Bligh'. Set for trial Sejit. 5th, 1888. 678. Stoob et al. vs Montana. Judgment on default in favor ot plaintiff tor $6, 852. Si. Monday, Sept. 3. 378. Bell et al. vs U ay lord. Ex ceptions to Master's report. 492. Williams vs Plowman1 Ex ceptions to Master's report. 669. Dolan vs Brady ct al. Guardian ad litem files answer. 675, Collier et al. vs Caffrey et al. Plea in abatement tiled. 676. Collier etal vs Iietnanct.nl.- Plca in abatement filed. 686. Gilliland vs Martin. Ap peal. Set for trial Sept. 4. 693. Ex-parto Pollinairo Diaz. Applicatiou tor admission to citizenship. 691. Ex -parte Frank II. Rich mond. In the matter of admission to praotico law continued to next term. Thursday Fr:day. every. ivmo tour bullet Holes 8evorill -color" which a non-ex were discovered in tho boards ot the fence and hair, resembling the color of Walter's, near the blood. What adds suspicion to the matter is that a jilow and a sewing machine were discovered in tho kitchen, unless they prow higher uu the which is seperated trom tiie liouse, hack than now, tease G rover to' and remained uncmsiimed by tho v vou lie. lire. J-as Cruces Republican perienced miner details, TiiiRSDAY, August 30. (161. Fowler et al. vs Hampton. Judgment for plaint:ff. 492. Williams vs Plowman. Re port of Master. 600. Harrison vs cigalus et al. Democratic: papers ail unite ii sounding the fact that Ed. Russell,' tor many years editor ot the Daven port (loa-a) Gazetto, is now a Dem ocrat. The fact is Russell has not affiliated with the Republican party tor years, and owing to his Demo cratic tendencies he was crowded out of the editorial chair ol the Ga zette long before the consolidation of said paper with the Davenport Democrat. Satan was onco an an gel ot light nnd was called "Sun ot' the Morning". Ho is not such now. Russell was once a Republican, lié fell as did Lucifer.