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oLN- UOUNTY LeABEK, l.LJtL jnr.iKtT.---;.-rT-Ttc:-TT---- - 2 or ted. ts the Beat Interests of Una ola Catinty tk D.Bloatent f It Uoeemrair. TOLCMl 7. WHITE OAES. LINCOLN COUNTY, N. H.. SATUBDAY, MAV 18. 1889. NLUBÍR f.3 FXOUJSICXJ.J, CAXOS. TXlt MEI crJ? tT?.n or : kV !Hl es e ."iliH&TBCIiiS. JAB. A. TOMUNoO.N. JWfiisio, utj 1 vn-í'-'-Offers hlstsrviess ts Urncl J Dsce Jarro-. IjJ" Otó. IÍ." A V: 'A ti, A-massr at Lw If kit 0ki. Mlerattlt ! si UT.r : ff fet Ttr riieiv tt'l is kk U. .J ALII ANUIR U. LAN P.. Sárjeos ani Pkytidxr, TTflTf Oil ""f J Bit E AS J Or TUX Lktfll "Ml !I.á n ''. i tf Maliag frtmpt ItÍÍ4f fui AV.-íy CW Tr lkM w WiU er irrir, ....L.i..t.f i'iil Ij.'c- i" r.Uit. Fiü Priv: BI.. UtJ IiBt p. le r.ll .r'6 . THEO. WjjHE'JSE AN KiTunKt. wyxir "llLlñoolti Hotel, (tpMlM CIl .) LINOOLN. J- Tkj IB1.'.. -!. t..r...l. kl t l't ' ' : )i n. v A1TORK Te AT l.L. . .... U !. 04... . Uit. nt-'.'. Cu. !J ) J TTQKSl.r J.T f.J W. OS.. -Wi.il. .0tt l'0. W rra Qáti v,' Arreiaar ai i.", u.;. j f '.iei i'r ill :'.? 'i T rturf. f b Off-s wilu Ail s. j:rjy. CMIL A T Líatele ' Wa. B. !. A".iu'... 0. i.- JiCIKI, -.- I ATTOBaara at l f, tM" Will rllt 1 LiMl C '.. Jolia Y. Hrí T7Ítt. ATTORNEY AT I.AÍT. narra Aie ui XI Y John. HoMarojiv, DBAt-BB I-- flints aid Real Esiale. WHIT OAT. X U. "TlD. K. B0 3 SELL, Ral Estile ni Uíkíhs Agent, WllTB Oab, N. !J. ,C. UeUO.N ALU. l.l.CIltlLISrlTT tt'lYfT3S.r Druyt. Mtdicir.u. Chni abb WM 0i M. felice tshershy eivtn that I will pav w., ib's eonWMitney slit lio tivltt k-:fir Panmv D. Woad aft'-r thia di at ul i Issikinitedlasolullonofo.amagteenri ik.na.raiBe..dihe tid f..n D. Watd hat Voa taktn Ws H Win WViieOaJu. April 1. 1884 Ti. NRy W. KtARSING, . Í1P HP' rflníí f!rii ut frOM and .Silr, t9.50 . it .. 4 t t it tt 1 ( 4 1 jj!s uta for (Mid, ' 1 ' " Silver, j f ting's utsy lOirer, " ceo 1.1 1.50 ...50 ..4.00 A II 'hr loe'.sls is r portion. Sp'"il ci'itrnfH to Uininf Cm r Vi n h y h!. í-íí" í'ni masi be remitted on ' taionth'i tervn. Ciirizo Hotel. nv, Oi.r. Kktt Urxic - i flALLiSBiK. Trtp. Thii H i'.! i rc b:( V r.(ryr(üií tirf it (urn.tiir,) l tT u s r. mil nit:i in fi:ii lr nr;'i:( rut re ii.pil: ti:ii 0 On kati i:oin(ciitble hfdi i pro Ti'd n.'.B i jhl id T lti:on. 1 i it ipj.hti wlili le bf.'. lb l j k l V '. if tiiiii íiiifcri l -n of. f.id ttfii- eíí A RC. ES RKA SON' A M.K. i..K'jcfi:i;iKy, Vt(i KTAHI.ES, JK'JIT, CANNED GOOÜÍ'.. Ta iHbí?r!ber bat opened !'" ! bminro for the tale ai lor 1 in o.ii, IM the buildir on TfLite 0'i Avemi, nerlr oi:'-'e Y pti'i storo. md r rt!''.:y a'iei'. hara of pullie res l J ü ! NT A. RROW Jf. is jli.l x.is or i i i i 1 i cmuIp. !:.j Bin ji ! .-. fu.-.t Ttilh ll. r..-; i l.'anai.it í-ir l :u: lrRiiJil v 1 r i jjrj o ; ir c:fU for an ; .'.i!, u ..i tinük of Tn .a.j Ütau, i BL TTERJatid LGCS, rtJUJ.TilV. VEGKTA PLF.S J.' i i j m; s. -.... r.ii .f ;fc b - y c'íi r.f j -;. f- til A.ti.er fluí... j i.a ,-.( t.Tic. iriiitrly Uni!xh:'til ua r!a- A r. Ill ai.ll WiIA nUSIl'll, J fill II It'll. R L H II O Y S T I.R & I, c-itJ l Itnl twlc lotit, anil pr j ).n a '.n a.aai-x rütrt r. l litre kat i . .tiru rrj. nía 'I t ai U.tir íi j'!. . .1 i.t ..::c acr a. tcv. J.rtT .. -.t t. m í.ijMf. Uil.it lili.NKV A. OZA.NM. Dr. J.T. i.tUI.. ; i.r. Utll.o M . y 'irf . y. tu. O i tt, . M J. T. SffllR & CO.. i j ilo jut erened up a full line ot ! ii;cgs, I A IN S, Oil A TOILET ARTICLED - c. die. Jtc. All erdtrs by u:sil pro!rtt.t!y at- ttutjfc.J la. J. T. REID & Co WUTT1SOAKS N. u. PiAi.ns ix J. Ptrfvmtry, Soap, TciUt Arlicltt, J'aitní jkW' éinti, cié., tic. ProHorlptlonm nnsotel y n TVTVTt?o imi.An.i PUKE WINES & LIQUORS tor medical use. 47 ( ITipAjn ÍMnrfc ÍA'Uinr vv..i, vuu, MUIUI. Writ T!Jl SilirdaT. RT i. !W. TUrd tt !. foil nifi at TfhlU OtVt.y V.. i toronJ rUtitttr. Tut Curioo VTjiiki.t Ncw.atid -I L..! J ul.! a. e FACTOR. WOMAN AS Tlif niitjiicidim mi'linf ff the late Cm-nival of'ih W. H. C. in liit O ik. which, disjite liar.l times prevailiiiy, nttl over a Í loo risli. and left an available riluaoí' $15'J. slieuld i.iirs8 the most oL)tmc bipl tliat an a iuct! in the economy ot business ' v- inan is a crand m-c!". TiuT are many win rvtTHply noiu ro t i ii. . idca that w-m iu i nor ii'.it.r t, grasp ami iii:uiitee m.-'ttiM-s iiu ntnry. tli.it she is but an automaton, a machine moved by a higher intelligence thru her own, and that a nuiseu'inu one. Nothing could be wider from the fact, and masculine acumen, freed fiuin íiiiuilice muí iVi.oimih-c I fthould and would admit it. j Who tint has read tin- history or our own country has or can "fget that after vrara of ma?culii:e etl'ort to raise unds with which to enripióte, the Bunker Hill Mo:i ii'.nenf o virtually abandoned the en lerprisn disbearteiu'd. that tbe wo men too up the W'.rk where the tnm.L'ur sex bad aband ned if, m.d l.v supreme eflort cecur.Ml the aiiT iint, a very eoieoderabln oih. ; tt nsnnmntc tin- l.olv purjirac. be VT aliirig'on Moiiumont wim! t i ot b computed to-day hail it not' bin tor the t-ffrt of woman to laico luntls for i:s e iwpletion. For years it stood but a (piarttr its C'inif replied hiíbt and (be n en w :i heiran its eiuetion aband)ned i ho enterprise in despair 1'ut the women of the land ttarted the. "Mt. Vernon noiietis", n 1 whit not, gut up entertainment and penny offerings the uitry over i lid at but its top tone waí laid and the Scarry Uanner raised lrm its d;zzy height. It was begun by man but tinis!ied bv woitiHii. S n(í wiseucres. wiien cornered will s.iy that science hss demon strated that the brain ot woman don not average in size and weight wit'i tliat of man, but seieu ists h ive declared that it d"tis in in-opoi tion te the physical struc turn of man and woman, wotniiii aveiiiging smaller physically than man has a corrospondiuglv sin i!!er ir.'d brain. I!ut, what boots it it' a man bus Imans weiyliing t.-n ounces or ten punds, if they uva slugjitli. Better have fewer brains and 1 1 1 v .tctive, than a head full ot turgid mes. Thre an- some wi men wlu Ugl.t to bo oi-.ni and swine men wim ought to be women. Anion'' the former are those who set up Mich a howl because forsooth the management tit" the Centenial at Nw York made no provision tor women in tho line of process;on. How n lot of Mother Hubbards wo.ild have looked in the parado. 8uch an i dea never entered the solid old bead of Martha Washing ton n r nono of her sisters oí 100 years ago. Then tbe dudes, who wear their handkerchief lor show rather than use, are poor apologies for num. but we iionrehend that: risible, womtn would ea,.bw : them if they were women as car ) features of their sex. I Sn'"" "'iter has sagely remark- ( lllMt wwmai) WM nt (ikv1 tr..iu.fr the head of ths nun to - . uwi iivmi inn irci id be tiMnijtkd tipan, but imm hi iile ihat l.e nn'plit b liii equal. Woman was not nade to cut woiI sbeuin't built that way man wnt CottMi up lor stern work urid wo man to lake fl ih iii;h n1e of litir lgn lord's efloits and wbn I ttne in nt kickeu and culluu mIio iloi'.n it. A woman was asked what would bu the coin.qui-nce ir all the men in the world ure situate on an inland Keparato Irom another by a deep ea on wl.;h all tint women were locatt-d? he Mmwerad, 4,why ail the womn would noon lcain to swim." It i as natural as gravita that men tiluulii jearn for women, avd women yearn for men. They ar limb of the aama tree. fi-i.-irr.gi; of the a.ne seed. Ai in tin- !? of Al)ni'i ni wu ro.vt of ! love r.nd marriage and in flie ol wMtaiuiiinu we learn or iiiki i ihc, clandestine, hunoab o and illn it, so in our day as we look back by way of comparison, we le.ui to the opiniitri that men and women a-v now as they were and oer will be -.i. .i ....... i i until Gabivl toots 1 s 1 orn "A unto the lw :lic c nú is, So unto mini U .voiiüoi: Though slit btarls bi;u, nlin obejs Wta; Though she lead liiia, ah ol owt. l'íiílc'ks eaeii wkhaul the olher. " lut, as we said at the beginning ot this desultory article, woman is an important factor in lite. In conclusión we give the o, inion of sh Irish poet on the question. "They talk about a wnmai.'s splrsre As tlift.iiih it IihiI a limit; Tliere's not a place in earth or htaveu Tliere'a is not a Usk to mankind tfiven : Ttierc's not a blfj-sinjror a woo, 1 here's not u whispen-d ys or no; Then-'s nat life, a deatti r birth That luí n fetiher's wiu of worth Without a woman in it." I. II. lIcCkK'KKrr, a civil en ginaor in the employ f what "is 1 -own as the "Panhandle It. R." was in town this week with sey eial followers and camping out fit, on a tour of obarv.ition. A'e could glean but little l'rsm htm. in tact nothing save that he vas leskin over the country with tbe view of reporting to his superiors an available route ami desirable em Dsctiens, wt inter tnat tiio "l'ardianolo i a factor Branch ol the Dtave.-Ft Worth 1Í. R. We are tisked evry week, why we don't gi.e seme R. R. news iSimply bernnse we have none to give, TTe agree with the El Paso folk, that Locke & Co. ie frauds rnd ihr.t nothing can be expected from them. When tae sceptre p. .sits from cut of their hands aa1 there is reliable news to com nui.icate the I.kausk will publish 't, but it will riot inflict .lorias upon its K-ad trs. iis!iy Tub following is this Spring's nus of Kl Psiso, Texas: iiito. . , MexicuB Negroes. Chinese . .f.OlS ..2. 1 IS . . . G.iO ...312 Total. ,11. HO Tbe first to die a natural death in Oklahoma was a newspaper man. This hu4 been recorded as a piece ot journalistic onterpriso. SrKAnu.NO, of the New Mexican has been appointed Receiver of the U. S. Land Oflice at Sünte I-o. Tally two for the editorial pro fO'sioa in New .Mexico, Swan aad Pr"dil"- New let us have Cbet Tr .i i. .... anu an win bo well, j VJWe it : LAm VRO'd RV. DK. LANK. reintn, N. M., May 9, '89 My Drab Majob : 1 promiaed jeu a week or two sinceVsome items ot observation which might be of passing interest' "' tons, such as R. R's at'Uast to the people ot White r m"T. T1 "r rrmoreJ from , . , i . . r ... T the mountain fastnesses we inhabit Oak. and y.c.n.ty, winch I now tho in juít M pr,(t aU mi)(h unsien in mini. While waiting here for tbe arri val of my family I hnye had some little opportunity to gain iome gen eral idea of thin prospective city. Like the piople of White Oaks, this people are waiting patiently us maylke tor the third R. R. to coa- nect this city in the "sweet by and bye"' with Giiymna, Mexico, or poraibly, ultimately, with the ancient city ot the iioniezumas. Real estate is going here at a rapid rate, judging hum the force of the wind, and to a stranger it seems necessary to anchor it somewhere to know definitely it's boundaries. for a linceare uncertain savo the'tha.n A,,r.MOmc town could scarcely Hum ,,tl.e hrav- eountenaneee of ilm iilii-ths aiici tt-iideriooted sisan- ger. Dust,! ust, every where, and I am inclined tot think alter all that i bite Oaks is not thu worst oU-n in ih world. r Tbii city is the poisessor of pos sibly 1,200 inhabitants and all are looklBjr anxiously tor a great revi val in the next year, but like many "ii-ci loi-ruuitts we couiii name toe i.. :. - .ii probabilities lie some distance in the future. We of New Mexico need a larger modicum ot patience audi as the old Patriarch Job was not acquainted with. Boils are conducive to impatience and eo are the long years ef waiting, so sadly leiigtbningout before the cit izens of this Territory, while wait ing the tardy steos "of caoitaiists and the oncoming of the thrifty emigrant to people the waste plac es of lids trreat country ot the southwest. Well, we of Whi e Oaks can afford to wait, for with pride we can in the meantime point to tliu varied and inexhaustible re sources ot our city and its stir iMimdings, vhich sometime will! make themselves felt and quicken' tiie pulses and gladden the hsartJ of those who have waited so long and patiently, f r the raca is not to the swilt, snt to that one who can cheerfully hope and w.n't. I havu thought much suico as before leaving my new home ot the enterprise, and ingenuity, and tact manifested by the W R. 0 , nssislte! by tho ood ladies of White Oaks in the receutCarnivai, whicii fully compensate-! them for all their patience and labors wf love, tor a, cause which, so richly desoi ves and' receives s- g.-nerously frm their Lands. Kor ingenuity of exoeii tioa and rapidity of conceprion, and Hie succeps that crowns sin.h efforts with unfading laurals, I am proud to say our towriswomen are bv far the most perfect examples I have met, not only in the instance of the Carnival but m rrany others, both in secular and church work have none excelled and few equaled For a comparative stranger lately coming in your midst, you caí at lord me a full expression ot opinion appreciative of such aoul workers, and in the outlook tor the future this is one of the most hopeful fac tors in the ornblem. From a large and extensive outlook over a varied Held of activity in tbe past, we feel sure no good work can fail with suoh support, and to hearts to whom failure is unknown. And now it onlv remains to add, that if we. the older representatives of tho Lord of Creation, assisted by the voung one than whom no bet ter elas were over citizens ot any town with all those, and th nat ural aJ vantages above Mentioned, White Oaks i a-sured of success in tho future. We enn afford to wait and hope for the good time coming tor come it will and those who have dono roost tor the ood of the community will he tbse to gather the coming harvest One thing lias impressed sae greatly, and thus is the constant tendency and wo might almost ny, universal one of crying hard ti riss. dull times, and whv don't the R R. (me, pnd why thii and why that. ie.. AniiiredlrCwe ought to liare iltlicifnt j ride in the borne of eur cboicM r peak well of It. Lein pared to other of more preteti- aions. and with manr. manv taeili more dietressimr, tor tbev have not the el -nr and healthful, bnlmv air and freedom from many ot the dis comforts .of which we eaa justly Wea&t and furthermore, the tcemt ing tmpulation which are to be ci- I iz.-ns i.t no litant day. will count j 'r t luxury to pass the summer mon,n!' vicinity of White Oak. who! ence communication is establishod by rail with the outer world. Such n r treat as Dark ííany.n and Water Canyon, and thi beautiful White Oaks Grove, and tbe puie spring waier of those localities will von become famous for invalids, and thennmberwho will seek these localities, whose nimt will bo legion, will fiadly testify that a more perfect paradise be iuiacriued. Let us have less erumelcrs and nanre faithful, booefnl wtrVtr. each emnlatieg tkeother in efforts to "tcel in all good works, with ' thankful hearts to Ihm who doeth all thíne well for gnidinr our teet to such a home and surrounding us with so many valuable accesso ries of aosnlort and wealth, let us march forward to all the good ly ing before us in the near tnture. Now. old comrade, it is about tisnn to pass the hat,"and we wfll say adion for this time. With ma a.y thanks for past favors we gladly subscribe us, N. W. Lanh. FROM ROS WELL. Roswell, May 12, '89. Dbar Ma.tor : At fa meeting of our citizens held here fyesterday, steps were taken to' have a celebration in Roswell on the Tourth ol July, r.nd the committee ot arranrnaents gave it out that tho proeram w'll be the most interretting'that has ever boon attempod in the county. There will be music, watermelons. fireworks, dancing, footS races, horse races, base ball, and a picBi'c arenerally, aad the secretary has been instructed to invite the peo ple of White Oaks and vicinity, thorugh the colamns of the great "journal of civilization" to coma down and participate in the cel bration.'and Jocidentaly 'catch on to the way in which the citizens of the couaty'seat of the best county in New Mtxko, and celebrate our national holiday, that they may perparcd to go and do likewiso. With the regards of the people of the Pride ot the Pecos to the people ot the Gem City of tho mountain. I am very truly yours. 1Í H.iBBO. Ssc'y. We have a large stock of fine potatoes, at low price at Bond Jc Stewarts. Chas. Eddt has let a contract to Trotter for the erection ot 150 cottages this summer in the new town of Hiddy. A pretty good starter. Ruirar has advanced, but still you get nine pounds for $1 00 at Bond dc Stewarts Parlor wall paper at Ben Small's II Paso, Texas. Samples fret. Going like hot cakes, those old tashoned preserves for $1.00 per pail at Bond sic Stewarts. It. will pay you to write to Ben Small of 1 Paso, Texas, lor sam ples of wall paper. Ben Small, of El Paso.Texas.will send you samples of wall paper free sppl c&'dcn.