Newspaper Page Text
INCOLN County L EABEB, Devoted to the Best Interests of Lincoln County and the Development of Its Resources. VOLUME 6. Willi1. OAK'S, LINCOLN OJ'JXIT, X. M SATURDAY, 8EITEXBFK 22. 1888. NUtf REK 51 !!. .-' :--'-. I'ROl' kSSlUXA 1 CA KbS. THIS PAPER ilirr rA2f ADVERTISERS ri .1 A S. A . TOMLÍNSON. J'h'fücvnu Sut-yn if- .lr,-t'?T. Offers his services to tho public. HENRY W. KEARSING(:(jjif0J.. mS InYS Assaycr an:! Vkwúú. rJL,tinisiLiiií ii t . !tr.Lsu nrsi snran, $2 ru m& . white oaks iu the eront r'alnnlav. ft-i lecher li. Oitkick ix Dui u Stoke. Liscmv (JKiK 15. l'.AIiBKU, Atthu.nky at Law 'W hito Oaks N'- U Will practice in nil the Court", of. the Ter ritory nnd in (lie U. 1. band O.Ure. A LEX A NI) Eli G. LANE, Surgeon and Physician, "Wuitf Oax Nkw Mkxico ABREAST OF THE TIMES- Latent nl Burnt Improved melhod of treating disease. Prompt Jiolitf and Speedy Qrt For llione who eunmit in the undeniable touehittunoof trial. Dealer iu New and Pure Drnn, Fin Prescription. l.enutD Specific Medicines, uied iu nil -.che-ele THEO W. HEM AN I'irc Insnrauce and flotary Pablic .WHITE CAKS." . W MEXICO Jinoolii Ilotol, (Oppoxiu Court IIone,) LlNCOliN, M. M. Thui 'Hole', under new and efficient inai.nrenieiil. Imviuri been UioruUKuly re novated and re furuiihrd. olten to run tor upnrior accommodation Go.H KrAKMKO AtTACi1RI. W II lil. AN' & CO.. I'rou a. " . . ;.. CO 011. Lincoln. ri.W. Alui(tiíijue, M. M. barren. FergvxoR & Lituariw ATTORNEY AT LAW. t Wl'l -iractloaln allltheCourU of Ue Terri torr. ai.d in. the V. . Land lmi. 1 assay fr Gold and Silver, -." 2 IJ , it I II l 1 single hhbv tor Gold, I " " Silver, ! I.elJ, 8Uglfi Í8V Cupper, " " All oilier metals in proportion, j Lincoln to. Lladli:, 1 yenr $2. 7.") Special contracts to M inim; Com ! "-' . ..." ... i panit and Mills. I Tni; last. Nogal Gut said : One must bo reunited ot "' Kepuoiicuti or.it oro in i.iie 4. .( ; Wi.. Ciifí.ry. riitci a rrcfilatci ESO F.Mten-d ni tl.e PoHt Offier ni White 1 ;",Q N M. . as i'cond ( liisi' nnitt rr. .. ;,0 - ..... ; i tViu'ii Wliito ();iks wakes uj) j r.nil shaken herself trie's a (!aisy. It 'iiilir.nrilv takes her some time to make her toilet, but when she presents hersclt in her best she iw ilr.y..lin ; in her beaut v. Thurs- il-iv . i ii i.i'i p.. 1 1 in In. t Itnst tin. I -.00 I TllLÍliCAíio Wllki.V i:ws.unl ..,.;,, ,,.,,; f,f .. ...j, ..... .p, ... ..v. irrainl tournament. Two or three (keys previous, sevt-ral horse with each iu)lc. Assaying taught in all it' branch rr. on, rfioxonoblo terina. Carizo Hotel. Whitk Oaks. . Tsr.wr Yii.xico '!i:o(l';.t. Ive'ii!:liean convention at Lineoln, said : ' T do not say thai every e moerat is a horse thief ; but it isa singular co:i:eit!enee that every horx; thief is n U nicerat.' Ami then the niuiis editor .'oes on to tun tte thus i fanciers urn veil in town with their pel aitmials, and on Tuesday the following entries were made for the iii'ss class hon-e race with (iiirse of U'li; pi-ncer entered lll!onnie Doon;" (iiivse luck;" (irfiy "Hu'ger;" nxirlv am! Tue idea' J lie day oponeil nnspiotiftiislr. anilv ex. ' Old Sol smilinirj with just enough "WM. GALLAG1IEII, l'rcp. pressed. Was fast ;ssutd by the dc inoeralic candidate lor President Tins P.olfl ia R new hrirk structure r.r.d is furiiihid lliiuiihonl with m wtiunt lure, let-piiifi rixiuit" me well Mi;iplifd with i-lemi anil eimifortiilile hcd.aii'l pru videil vilh ii.üht nuil veal inn. Tabic UMiliuI v'ni tin- best the iniiiii.t a! forcii. Kvcry cure taken of. and a! ten- ,t..ni s )iut lion pina lo uaiM.s oi irnii:ie:n CHARGES REASONABLE. GROCERIES, VEGETA LLES, KR U IT, CANNED (iOODS. onto, omiierof J cerllliijind Kino Mrect-. 1'itoMPT Rem'oxsk to all Cali. e. Met, tímonev: Ut Uexi.ter U. . U',d Olttoi.. Boi.a Cit. ldulm.) ATTOliSEY AT J.AW. Office White Oak Aveuue. AV in tk Oak - 'llJ? TvTlA7.CL) CKH h L L, Attoknky at Law, Lincoln N- l I'raelices before all Con rU of tlteTi ritory. mid U. S. Land OuVte. The itibscriber has opened a plicu ot business for tiie sale of the above poods, in the biiildinrr on White Uaks Avenue, nearly oppofiitt: Wood's store, and res pcctfwily solicits a siiare of public ronr.ro. .JOHN A. RROWN. in LSTif. Eeli-re he became intel leciualiy infirm, and joined Ir's fortune with those ot the democra cy, Horace Greeley paid : "Every a liore thief. Iiut (v. i'y horst! thief is a democra; . " i"-i-1 ' :.'iiy ilemt.crat ie paper in ! the country lailtd usinij Ihis decla I ration l (ireeley's, and flyiiiir it j::s a pennon at tlnir mast head with proper credit. It was c; l iraiumafic it's author believed in the Rilskill philosophy, which warmth 1o brace men and beasts tor t he promised tun. Before the advertised hour, the roads, streets and avenues leading to the groir.d.s were thickly p"opled and by 10 o'clock tin; ampitlieati '? was crowd ed by as happy and orderly tin as sembly as ever resolved upon hav ing a jolly time. We had a sp"C ial reporter on the ground, an ex pprt. on horses and racing, wliosu account of the contests wo here with submit: I t p.st Day. The base ball game was called ... - I t II ll . l T i ar z o ciocu, .;r. uooeriseu oi L,a. teaches, "one musí say all he mis .. ;.. it,,, f.. ,T,.,!i . . . , 1 v e;:as uniiure. lhe trame lasted about three, hours and was wit- I ncssed bv r iavirc concourse of ladies and gentlemen. The con- CO CD O WILLIAM S. lil'AXy Counpklob at Law. Lincoln . . . .. . Iic W BCIJ.PKe Albuqllel'Mtie. C. I,. Jti.o. tSoeorro (lfildirx, & Jackvou, ATTOK-NiCYS at law, Albuquenjut and Socorro. N. M. W Will practice In I.lnioln Uonnlv. Jolui Y. Hewitt. A'rTOXKVjAT LAW. whitk AKHT...1UNrm.S COl'Vt John McTUuroliv, -IIKAIXH IN Minos andjlcal Estate. WHITK OAKí. X M. ED 7 B ONNELL , n Estate anil Mining Asenl, ,v . N.M. Whitk Oaks, - "w C. McUONALO. c..wmLW.rin ruveyor. Asr Will", IS- Ph 7 CL 'D CO () CD CO 0 o o Ó of "U C. O Ü or los reader is sure to snip tneni, ami In the plainest, possible words, or his render wiil certainly misun derstand them." Rut Greelev be ciime "ti ynuil i-uouh Morg-ui" tor the demoeraev afier a time and I he was taken to ifs hideous, loath some lioS'iin as Sligli has been at ts; testi'iidtd in n victory for the White Oaks nin. the score being I ..5 to I'd. I lie i lute Uaks nine I consisted of II. (!. Willianifl, E. I 1 l'.',i li i,., íi tiTirr,,i- V TiTü tís.il 1 tur being siicwcd out o! the stom-; .. ' ,.'' .' . ' , i !i. Littell, M. RarKcr, 1' Moon, ach ol 'he. Kepunln.an pan v and . , , ,. , , ,. . il iMoore. lhe J.incoln boys ut- I'lectedliom tnc bowels of tiie; ., . . . ,. . , ; i j tribute their deleat to the snporb '" ' ' I pitching of Em t )anne, iind took The democrats are spending j their defeat gracefully. about halt their time iu swearing I Just at the lust moment, titter a by all that's great and good that ! fall report ot the tournament they art! not iree. trailers, it may j should have been not only in the be of interest, however, to know , ollice but in type onr reporter failed how the leaders of the partv look us. It is possible that our failure upon the situation: was not so vital as was his, but our race was contested for by Raid McConrt, Robbie Toiin mid Charley Whiteimm. AlcCourt won'. Charley Ballard's grey horsu ran agtiinpt S. T. Grev'u maro and Ballard won' enfily. Sid G mm bles run his bar tilley against Martin's black horuc.and Sid won with little etiort. Then came a tortriiament riding, in which John Tatty came out victor. Jno. claims the rictorv but everybody who saw the affair unite in saying that it was Geo. Thick's horsa and not Jno. that got there. To day n, big first class horse race will com tí off, but our readers must content themselves with this na-agrc report. The old adage has it " put not your trust i it princes." We never lost any thing by princes but will neer again put our trust in preachers. As horse reporters they're no good. I lu iieve ill free trade as 1 be lieve in the l'rotevt.ini, rc-ibion. G rover Clot eland. All trade .should b' as five as 1 1 il. '"V aker O.irlis nature leans towards weakness and e forbear comment other than the explanatory remark that onr reporter's failure must to some ex tent, account tor apparant delin- I tree trade and wol nctqu!ncv in our report. v. si i help to ierfeet. any hlw that stands S i'i t iu w v ol" tree Irade Rv g -r Cj. ; .i:... j The democratic part v is a five I trade partv or il is nothing. The ' i!. ii:orr..t who is not a free trader s! oidd go elsewhere YVa: ersoii. Add to the fret; .:l.t -Henry 3v isl as many artleles as po-s:i,e. Hedui'é o 11 EfcAOKli. lti;'s anon evt-rv dutiable article to I lhe lowest point possible Secre ! tary Eairclnhl. It would be a glorious consuma- t ioM of this di-bate could i: oidv ; 'na ve gentlemen i.u tiie other side I join ia this invocation to jitipcr ami t H'. and to the hearts of honest men, m clear tne w. y tor Ui itish (,'obtL-n live trtuh. S. j I'oX. I The tournament contest was vied tor by John Rutlv, i'lliett. B. I )yer anil Jeff i rumbles and re sulted in a victory br the hitter, the score being C for Ratty, Ti tor Rruett, for Dyer and 7 for the elongated Grumbles Lts of oth er s,o)-t consumed the time, but nothing worthy of 'lote in tiie Rvtrd $r pi-r wee' I'linnsiieil room Transients, i! per month 1 :U . da v. I SAX AXTUXÍ0 HOTEL. ' San A.mo.mi N. M i - ' m1S. ll'm. Dll-IKW Vrvj. I Good Table Clean Beds- .Mo,iu- ate I harir-'s. Skcomi Dav. Tin' ' loot race ot 50 yards and for a purse of ld was contested by Messrs Cunningham, Moore, Barker and l.ubadio, and was won by Cunningham f Lincoln. The iirst class running horse race, as indicated above, was to have been cuntí sted by lour hors es but only two started, namely, 'Sntiicer's and- Guvse's tho latter uirse. N hv it is not Wise to Giv Away Your Wedding Fresonti When the sister of the Govern or ot a neighboring .State was mar ried, a tew years ago, says the "Tropical Talker" of the Ritts burg'n Dispatch, she received a great tnan-y valuable presents, and among them were many pieces ot plate ind silverware of .all sorts. But particularly was she over whelmed with silver truit spoons. Beautifully chased, gold lined, in every sort of variety were these spoons. After the wedding, and when they had returned from the honey mooii, tlni bride found that she hail no immediate use for half the il verware she possessed, special ly as lor the timo they were to live in her mother's house. So she consigned soiin of it to the care of a bank in town. The fruit spoons all went to the vault. A lew months later she received an invitation to attend tin wedding ot a school mate in a neighboring onn. She knew she would have to go to New York to buy a suit able presnnt and she didn't care about taking the journey just then. All at once the idea came into head that she had a great super fluity of fruit spoena. Wiry should she tun; send some of them to lier schoolmate for a present? There seemed no objection so sho sent the butler down to the bank with orders to pick out a pretty casa of spoons, the bnttlcr fulfilled his commission. Nono of the pres ents were ticketed, so that it was altogether imposs bis to tell from whom this particular set of 6poons had come. The spoons traveled once 'more to the hymenial altar, and the lady who stmt tlieni heard nothing a bout them tor several days. Then she received tho following letter : Dear Madam I am very grate ful to you for "returning the spoons I thought they wcro too good for yuii when I sent them to you as a wedding present, and it is hones for ynu to Send them back. Yours, etc.. ( : R6( K El) 1 '( )S 1 M ASI tiftsi The Las Vegns Optic of tho 14th inst.. says; "Sonic time, fip' thin posil authorities were apprised of various mail robbvVrv-v that woiJo being committed in Lincoln Coun ty, in this Torrit6r'y, and the mas ter was rcferre.I to RosfofHcc In spector George II. Waterbury. for in restitution, who íliorcred that the crookedness existed iu tho Lookout and Seven Rivers post-offices. Accordingly, on August 2, last, ha appéareil belore U. S. Com missioner Sitlni&r. oí Liis'Vegt; the otienses having been committ ed in this district, and made sworn complaints in two affidavits as fol lows ; The first was that T. J. Scott the dep'ity postmaster at Seren Rirers oil Nov. '27, 'S7, had received froln one W. I. Seymour, a letter, di rected to Henry, I'hi lps it Co., of Dallas, Texas, which contained five $20 U. S. notes, one 5 note ami a chick tor 14. That Scott unlawfully Anil with. intent to de tr.iuiJ, did open and take from said letter the th e 0 notes of th upval ue of 100. The other complaint recito-" tnto't on April l;tKjot this year, Angel ica Welch deposited in the ost-of-fice at Lookout, in Lincoln Orrmity a letter addressed to Jas. K. Brent, sherift and tax collector of Lincoln County. T?iat EdwardC'. Robin son, who was postmaster at Look out, received the letter and unlaw fully detained and opened it, tak ing thercfrorii $14.13 which had been enclosed ami which he appro priated to his own use. Both complaints were sworn to' by Inspector Waterbury, and war rants were placed in tho hands of U. S. Marshals, one of whom suc ceeded in effecting' the arrests and the accused are now in jail await ing a preliminary-hearing, which will take place in Las Vegas bo fore Commissioner Salnzar on S'ej teniber 2'2nd, and will be attended by witnesses from both DallasTex as, and Lincoln, X. M. Mr. Cleveland stands belore th i,, .,, ,. i.. .,, !.. i winning race am I Hi , i ' i i i... t. '.'. .... .... ,.., .v.. Air. Mi'i'.s speeoi is a manly, vi-;- Tin; chief fun was reserved tor orous and most elfeciive lree "trade ! the alterhoon, ami there was more peeeh. Henry George. jot it than a burro could juicp over. It we dnl not n ipiire money to Tho elders a. d juniors were out detrav the expense of g ircrnmcnt i i fall force and ti were the burros. I would be tin abo!u;o Irte trailer, j The iirst race was the contest be- Congressman I i aro. i tween fast burros, and the purse - I was contested for bv Ed S.-haller, tlm Lincoln-'!' rank Barker and Al Rainboldt. Subseiibe. for CvilM V Lf'AM.K. If is not wise to give away your wedding presents. Tin: Nogal Gut was sold under t he hamnieryesteiclar.Nat.Moore, he who put. lip the money tor the original purchase and holder of the mortgage, bidding it in. Sligh rcfuved to give the purchaser possession, so the agony will bo longer prolonged. Sligh is a slick as well us a sir one. 1... K. Wiiitmoke, of the Magda lena Mail, was last week married to a Miss Wifton, .i San Marcial belle. Serves him right. A man holding an interest in throo papors shoiiid not expect rest this sido oí Eiddler's Green, the Paradise ex pressly located for the Irish and sure enough editors, and not a wh it-more. I f has beerf said that " music hath charms to soothe the savagei breast." Tho effort was made to soothe our breast, Friday rn'orning by as savage a lot ot songsters ns ever split air, ami the music emitted bv the voices of Weed, Sligh. Smith, Gallagher et al, forced us to rise like a bird from our innocent couch and go forth in- i to the air there to imbibe natures restorer. We love music, but do not like to bo ravished by it at unseemly hours, yet, to save our soul we could not help joining odr voice in the melody, and when we did the air was freighted with melodious sound, as many cars were painfully made- cognizant ot. Wo don't have a tournament every D. C. Xowmx, Lincoln Conn, ty's next She .'Iff was in towu this SchaD'er won. Tiie slow burro wtsek. day. Gi:o. Cikky spent a.coupl of days in,camp tins week. lie col lided with Sligh, but neither were hurt. Gi:o. B. Bakbf.r will settle iu White Oaks as booh as he returns from the Las Cruets court. Thk dances Thursday hfid Fri day nights wcro well attended and passed oil ngreeably. \n\n s:,v ll.ut si.,-1. is t!,e R. oubü.-an es 'rv;" (M"' "') Maiü.'Iso.n Sr., Ni-.tit J 1 1 K Mili.