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eader. Devoted to the Best Interests of Lincoln County and the Development of Its Resources. WIIU'KOAKS, LINCOLN' COUNTY. X. 31.. S ATI'! PAY. Uhtóo. l8ü. NUMBER 13 r , i OA nos v.. .a ,l.fnir.lMl (1! at . vprlli..jt lltirwn i( tiS-Ti-'-teal. " "' w cr.; ml; r-fr 1 nils rn L.acHo r..r.BiMii '"- .ini'K ..:;:;:::,:;..n Ni;v MfcXK". " ... 11 ui 'VI li ;0. V lAUir.ii, ..V rroui' v a r Law X. M WMittu OVs ii 11 ...... .tí tn in 1 1 1 the l':rirt of Him Tit ";;;;;'1v;;lli-.s.i.tHa.a.:! " 'k.'MkIí. TIMoNhY. I.a-.e K.-sUtiT l. H. Lm OfUrf. B.tn Cilv. liUlio.) ATToliSKY AT D.tlci-WUil 0k Aveutir WlllTI. O A IS. ,.N. M 0. J. M. A. JEWETT, MTOr.XtA'-AT-I.AV. vrniTK. OAKS. nm. J E. SLIGH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. "jo7iA 1. CU CKlt A AtT'.unky at Law, Lincoln N M -.i: cm li.iforc HllCoirliof the Tel rit ry, ami I'. l-nn't "T' WlLLhxM S. li Y A A", Cot.-NsKt.on at Law, Li iic .In 5 J'-'.' Wm'r CU i.ft.Ai AIMi'jiieriiu. 0. U. JcmM. Socorro (í!1"h, ft !ackvii, - AT'loUNbYS AT LAW, Att't ;' ta and Socarro. N. J. ; -T Will uracilf-eln Lincoln CounlT. XI oal 33stato ivnd Xi,itdLrxs Asonoy fir lnsaranr.8 and Man Public WHITE OAKS. NEW MEXICO W.C. McUO.NALU. r.s.:iim.OTV simeyob. AND 'oti'V lullic .v i ' ' iM?.'00', .1 ASÍ"7T TO MLI Ñ SÍ )N . M-fiL-inn, X-irym it Accouh r. OiVoi s his services to the public. 0;.f in ix Di i SroK.Jaxcoi... ((ij-jmsilc ( oiul H"He.) LINCOLN. N: M. Till- II'!"'- ilU'i'l ",NN n'"1 , nK'i''"' maiiH.-mont. havin 1 il)i.r.Mislil.v it;- " van-I r-furni-liKl ollrr-lo vim lor .ii jrl.ir a vommo laln:is ;.'. .it Staui.ix" A n .u in i. WHKI.AN' t o ,'vcl' ED R. BÓHNELL, H?al Estate ami Mining Agent. Will IK 0KS, - ..i"J i , o. iiisi-i-., CONTU.UTOU lU:iLDEl. Stmi.U pre:-"e: to UU' con tr"H t'r erecting cut f'o'ic. rock. rairMrt. adobo, or any "thcr kint otbnildin'i Scisfu t'.'-nsutrniitoed 52TrH 'JZZ.'J?Z i 7V'ZrM"ftoHíM. Ko .fcrfknenM. ti Mata. I hM.4V.(siiNiNta.ii gnroitt attntg gender. S1lnrd.1v.' Der. 28. I8S9. 'tntrrr-tl ni th Pot Oflirti nt White OnV. K M.. sHerond rlnssmnttrr. Ti(K(JincAírt Wkkki v Nk ws.it i id r.i.vcoj.s t;o. Lj awkk. 1 year $2. 75 Aikwíts U rttrrrsnand.'iits. A eoriTsjon.lent asks if - fool' and 'idiot' are appropriate terms for application by one editor to another i Hardly. Nevertheless, a good leal of variajatcd language is par loned in men without a party, a future, or an argument. Imjuirer wishes to know if Wi ha.e carefully perused the tcropi. of ex-Judge Bristol anent the new Constitution ? Dear Inquirer, we have. And in this connection h ive to remark that th learned ex-Judge has no! been unaceustuned to beliiú ?e verseil by the court of ImM i'si.ri, (see especially Brunswick ft id vk Winter's heirs et al., 2nd. N. ?!.) in thf nuttier in hand he liumt a) paaritly prejiaic himself for a similar experience. A Re.-uler ask if the limitation v.1...... a... . I ;;i rsi.-iu iiiAaiiou 10 one per rum. j as in Sr. 3, Art. 1 1, of the Con- siitution, ii usual in other Stales t The only constitutional limita tion upon State taxation are in Al abama to of one per cent., in Colorado and La., to six mills, with a proviso in Colorado that the limit shall not exceed four mills after tin State valuation reaches one hundred millions. In Texas to 3.J mills. In Arkansas to one per cent., and in Mo. to 2 mills. A Header also asks if our provi sion (Sec. 7, Art. 11,) for dispo.- iugof the poll tax, is a usual one; ! I Two St:itts, Ohio and Maryland prohibit poll taxes. U. L, Ya., i. tu., it-mi., .hi., r. v., i;t.,i r.. 'I' ..I. U 1 ' i -.. and Tenn., provide for a poll tax j not to exceed muí I. i not to exceed 1 ;. N. C. and!,ri' Chester Co., l'a., for j Miss, not to exceed Tenn. j ih'tI.v 711 1. V. It makes ; not less than ."-., Col. not ev ; great cl.Vins for the Senator front j than Texas not less than 1 , ! Oregon and i extremely severe on ! N'ev. not more than ?1, nor ,.. s 'liie other distinguished jM-rsons. j than 'J. Tile questions in dispute seem j The.-e l.ixe are, in li. L, 'a.. W. Va.. Ark.. Texa . Col., .s. C. Li., Ala., rii.,an.l Miss., exclu- i Xmm"h the chief p-rsons atfected sivelv applied to the support of ! ''' tbc cntroversv aro all dead. -common schools. .,nd in N ( I We, not being partisan, .believe three-fourths are so apiilied am the remainder to the support of the iMior. The very iust irovi.-don that they shall be applied to th,-1 support of common school, in th - district wher.in coilcctedis r4H.u.: .rt-oN. M A Republican has read Ko-s's denunciation of the New Mcxieau as an "escaped coi.mcI," mí.i'í wants to know w hat and who l(iJ is allud'n.' r.t ?" Tl who" is M.,;; Fu,-,!, I... ! "Mlmt" ,vl;" i''''---iif..i.Li,,l.t.,iIl. tl,M.. iiirmir the late odorous adiii.;,. it ration for malfetisauee in oiHVe . tint t red a,., Hpisriled.. 'J I,,, 1 pivnie Court rcvirvd tin- judg- ! .1 ..1 . .... , , on grounds wiuc-i run v adtnit'cit he established innocence of Col. Frost, and a second trial, with the evidence for the defence admitted, resulted in m n"uittl. The pro ven mid admitted history of tint orosfciition stuh !is to make it ' lear tlint it wii.H the result of a Miispiii to which the (overnor f New Mexico was no strrtiirer, a 1 1 which ought to have landed the u tors mid iüspiiuU rs In hind the hais for long terms of years. If Koss luid not lost the cnpiiritv for hlu-diinp. when lie read a ct r tain dir-piiteh addressed to him in h's seat in the I. S. Senate 1 y Iinhjre L. 1). Hailev, of Kansas, rjhnne would hive, ehoked him when he penned his n lliesion to the prosecution of Frost. A newspaper in Ojjio recently b-.vMiT'lf f'vt against me:i whowou'd íolpayth irsnWript5 n 1 got ju I r n it in e i'-h ("ise f ! ih.vmiountof each claim Of those woi'.ty-cicht in.ide ntlMavit th-it thov owned no nnro thm the Iiw a'lowi-d. thus p'cvral in? ntt:ich ilion!. Cnder di-i-'M or -'. s'l '' ' "' " I j . f "Í .... 1 1 ..i i in ti:.- sit'!', 'if i each. Ail 'M Al! W.Vlt s'x g.ivvf b .'ni. v.'b;U:- si- j'iil. The now p.;Pia' law nvikcs j lt la'vviiv to !hi' a newspaper r.';-.. refuse to ;:a- tor - 1 .Y" UV'V w cf i;a:i. d;:.te tn'cr- est than New Y ;k or other pa pers. It t dksfor you when other papers belie you; it stands up for your rights; nlw.iys have a com pan! ui in your home paper, and those wh) stand up for you should certainly e well sustain ed. Your interests are kindred and (,(lUfl' .Vl11 'iw or iM together. Therefore, it is for your interest to support your h me pa wn nit s?m 1 incriv. but in a libe ral way; not as a disagree able duty, ; but a-, an investment tint will niu lb' ''ciy the exenditure " An interesting story of Col. Baker of California, who fell at li:l,l's ,5luff has ,M't11 pivpared by Lieut. John 1.). Ibiltz, of Whit-!( likely to remain always in dispute : Partisan will continue wry bitter i j there were faults on b itlisi les an J do great viituvs. W beliwve that " traitors" werenot aseommo;. ''h l,hocs !,s "on,p '.tSKtill in,a,,e in f u' o cvi.K-ncc hie!. their jaundiced brains have become in spable of appreciating. "While ni!lhods might diil'er, as men's j'tdgments wiil vary to the enl ot 1 l,i, il",c ,hat Ml'M,:,r" i-1 t -c- and B:tk-:r. r uy..lho l'::iier and !"ii ! '.u! lir : n 1 Adnii r:dI':Tt ve.'e :v-. 1 c.;i c:'.. h 1! j a ri f 1. h y I'.l l-'l.s. a e!v to I ...,..... Saliipics ;il vv-i'l ..'. i-r M lit tic oh C'l iicMtii.li to 15.-I: Siii:l!C ft'f Vx. i IS II OKCK WliONO ; ! Cardinal (iiltlMiiis, Catnolie.Bis hop Potter, Fpiscopaliaii, and Col. Iiigvrsoll, Agnostic, dinenss in the November North A mercan HcvieA picstioi. Is Divorce Wrong?' In the introduction it is altovvn th it in the "JO year ending 18s7, there were "2S, 7 1 r t!i orces thise States. Thry are gaining! ap'.dly f s ii'in I the North than in the South, f ter in staid and pious N'ev." I'.iigl.un than in the more unsettled wc-tcn states. The scandal is most tiis graceful. The world l'agau oi Christian furnished no greater pern n. age of sojial wrong and mis ery. The discussijn however is not u dii-.cussion. TiiC (..'ardiñal atiirnis leaving the eniiro question with "iiius.sailii the Lord ' which cuts olí all discussion. The Bishop leans the same way, but thinks the Episcopal cliurcii law too lax, thai iii.uvi.igc is wholly a matter of .:u.uvh uinsdict:ou; tht divorce v.:iii: its lines u exceedingly :;i (; bui U:mjíi tliü Ul.tlll question I ! . I;'. '.. ,,- 1; I,..-- .! l:1ll lili'Ci'f ' i.i.iii taj v..':iiiiuul. The Cirdina aboSi'.jiiCS'tlivorcc, the Bishop teui- .. ...-. (:,. íu-eróoll coincsiuto i.-oi : lúe arciüi with a olear denial, elahu i;ig th:it di'.'oive is right. He s.i that In true marriage men and wo men give not only their bodies but their souls. This is the ideal mar riage; this is moral. They who give their bodies, but not their souls, are not married, whatever the ccrniony may be! this is i inmo ta". If this ' e t il", upon what principle can a women continue to sustain the relation of wife after love is dead; Is there some other consideration that can take the piaee of genuine affection? Can she be biibed with money, orj a home, or position, or by public opinion, and still remain á virtuous wo'iiani Is it for the good of society that virtue should be thus crucilied between church and state; 'an it b ' iid tint this, contributes to the moral purity uf the human race? Is there a higher standard of virtue in e nmtric v h 'V- J liv r e is prohi ite.l th in in 'h J c . h ciii granted.' . Where husbands and wives who have ceas.-d to love can not le divorced, there are mistres ses and lovers. The sacramental view of nnrrhige is the shield of vice. The world lojks at the wife who has been abu ied, who has been driven from the home of her husband, and the world pities: aud w hen thu wife is loved by some other mm, the worl 1 excusos. Is it possible to conceive of anything more inmoral than for a husband to insist on living with a wife who has no love for him? Is it not a per petual crin? Is the wire to loe her pcrson,i I ty? has she no right of c'loi r? Is her modesty the property of mother? Is the man she hates t'.!' h if ( f her desire? lias sh no :i;!iL to ' uard the iewels of her i'.d ; ! d.eiv a depth Itelowj hi - i -..l is t'tis the foundation j o'. miTa'il - Í this the corner S .,:; of : leíeíy i this tí o thin 'he arch that supports the ! m f m i'i.i ti"i; ! th path ! i- sacriticc on the one hand,sacrlh -j;c on the other, pic wing in the sig! if heaven? Tome the tendero he tenderest word in our language he most pathetic fad within or knowledge, is maternity. Aroun -a-red words cluster the joys an. irrows, the agonies and eestacitu f the human race. The in-.the walks in the shadow of death tha' he may give another li''1. I7p i hea a "of 1 vo he puts her o v. i. Ufe in p..".v. '''.'ii.'u tl-.o w i-,1.; . '.iviii : .1, no wij'j ím'oi.mi' . u tlier ::g;a!ist la r will. .vi i w i! lien know that to enslave anotbei is to imprison himself." One of Col. Bob Ingersoll's sto lies, says the New York Star, is iiat he found himself alone in tlx llice one day while as a youn! auinjie was Uudving with a linn out Yest. He was interrupted by the entrance of a raw-boned, sharp-featured country woman, who ambled into the room, leading i freckle faced, wat ry -eyed. 10-y ear old boy by the hand. "Air you the lawyer?" she began. On being answered in the atlinuativc she went on to say that she had bro't her boy Jim to town for the pur pose of binding him out at the dawycrin' trade." She was mor- a ly c rt: in. she avene that Jim was a born lawyer, and that all he needed was a chance. "But, ma dam," objected the colonel, "he is entirely loo young to begin the tudy rf law." "Too young, in deed," sniffed the fond mother, contemptuously; "you don't know Jim. He was just born a law yer." Much amused, the colonel asked her on what grounds she based her hopes of future great i8i at the bar for her darling child. " Why," said she, "when he was only 7 years old he struck work aud swore he woulden't h another lick if he got killed for it. When he was 8 he got sass;, anil put on more airs than a pi iz horse at thecounty fair, and now. law liles me he jct freezes onU everything he can lay his haud. on." ... Nothing last, and yet nothing is lost. Have you ever studied i! faces iu a gallery of family port raits? If you have, you have pro bably no ed the persistence of i type through su.;c.csh ve !-.v.;. r in. ii'V ipparout ; b:t uj he- i-. :ou ;:. i., .'!-, .ii.u:i )l as c-vv it. typo e.Ki.ir:.; t'.io i ) livid i.-J ishes. How grimly Death, thai supreme master of iron', peers through the windows at the happy tireside group. He knows that he Iris o ily t ) w lit. Jmt in suely as the lire hall burn low and smolder there ou that hearthstone shall the l.imihj irele be broken and scatter ed link by link. That boy with the curly head will lie buried in a sailor's grave; that innocent, pratt ling babe w ill die with the shout of battle on his lips. The girl will wear another name in anotherhouse and the old folks w ill sink at last be het ih the burden of their years. While the firelight leaps the shad ows will lance on the wall; it won't be long. O, thu iivc men tried for the Cronin murder, Coughliu is a nal- ...... . ive of Michigan, Ieggs of Mnia- chusetts, OSullivuu o LÜiois, andKuuzcof Germauv. Bui ko Js i't'ouIv IrisL'uan iu tin? lo(. The Father of Irlth Bu'lt- Sir Boyle Uoche, the high pric-t o Irish "bulls," wan of the anci ent family of th" Del a Kssetof Fernioy, was Member fT Tr.dl.'' ion 1775, and was created a bur oaet in 17H2. H. Iichh ovf hi-t speeches in the IIou "t 'oiuiu :s as a follows: " Mr. S)i.-.ii;t r, it is the duty of even' tnw l vf ot i 1 lis country to give his !ist .;n:vvi to nive the i ;ii:iii:.!ci-fin'itce.-.'' - Atil ai t '.er lHg-U'i " i''- "'"'g''1 ii is: 'i ;u!.e . iieYe.r )'.' al--'lie, and the- g.';. liv-.i of a!! i.,i;ioi.:.l ca!:.i!il- ties is gem rally follow c ! h IU;C much greater.'' A Ifltcr of his i still preserved, supposed to l av been written during the rebellion of 17HS, though it is doubful if he ever put so many " bull" tos gel her on papor. It is as follows; Dear Sik Having now a little peace and quiet, I sit down to in form you of the bustle and confus ion we are from the bloodthirsty ivbels, many of whom are now,, thank (iod, killed and dispersed. We are in a pretty mess, can get nothing to eat anil no wine to drink excapt w hisky. When we sit down to dinner we are obliged to kejv both hands armed. While I write this I have my sword in one hand and my pistol in other. . 1 conclu ded from tin.' beginning that this would be the end. and I am right, for it is not half over yet. At present there rrt such g.ings on that everything is on a standstill I should have answered your le'.ttr i fornight ago, but I only received it this morning. Indeed hardly a mail arrives safe without being robbed. No longer ago than vest day the mail coach from Dublin was robbed near this town; th bags had Iwen very judiciously left behind, and by great good luck there was nobody in the coach b it two outside passengerswho had lu lling for the thieves to take. To day an alarm was given that again of rel '.s in full retreat from Drog heda were advancing tiuihr tie French standard; but they had u olors nor any drums "except bnvr- - St pipes. Immediately every m i:i in tho place, including woui.rt mi 1 ebilderu, rau to meet !-.fiii. Vi"e soon found our f.rc-.' a gi,r..ir lo:. 1 too little, and were far t o nnav t-o ihiuk of retreat i nú- 1 Wih was in every fa 'e, lü l :.. v,- -v.-nt iiy the íiru:: h;.dl' '.). '"' kil'le-1 v. c lie.oi io 'be ail a. live. For- t ! :i:telv i ho !?::!:- !u-t ii-.i gin: é,.t pistol.-, n 1 1 wo ii:i.! !a.-.-i a:vl p.UU'.-, 1 v '.'f mosliei . a'ld ;.'.ii:ni.ei?iv!i. We pM li-.-iii a'i to the swoV-i; m- a .-til of th-'m est. caped, except some thai wriv drow ued in an adjoining bog. Iu fact, in a short time nothing was heard but silence. Tb ir u i o:ni were all different, chiefir g'eea. After the action was over we went runnu ge the'n an:j. All we found was a few pikes without heads, a parcel of empty bottles rilled with wather, nod a bundle of blank French commission, tilled up with Irish names. Troops uro now stationed round, which exactly squares with my ideas of i.ecnriiy Adieu! I have only time to add that I am your in great U.isto. V. S. - .If you do not rwer'vs this.of coui-se it must have misenn , ' c and h t me know. J Bed-room wall paper at Bt j SmaliV. Kl Paso. Tuwi. Sud Ur ' -l,u,tI.