January 3, 1895.
Married: Ed. S. Henson, Miss Lena Hearn yesterday.
Tooley’s Dancing Academy.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure. 75 cents per bottle.
Jessee Vandevoort repairman.
S. M. Wiener & on. First class goods.
News Depot, Cigars, Tobaccos, Confections, Novels,
Books, Stationery, School supplies, Firman’s Ink. W. H. Reynolds.
Pianos and Organs. The Clark Whitson-Leitch Music
Co. El Paso.
The Ladies’ Aid Society.
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder.
New Home sewing machines.
Sanden’s Electric Belt, Rheumatism, Lame back,
Lumbago, Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver.
W. L. Douclas Shoes, $3.
Ozanne’s Passenger & Express Line.
Marlin Repeating Rifles.
John Y. Hewitt, Attorney at Law.
Sidney M. Parker, Justice of the Peace and Notary
H. B. Fergusson, Attorney at law.
B. H. Dye, Attorney at law.
J. E. Wharton, Attorney at law.
J. P. C. Lanston & Sons, Real estate.
W. F. Blanchard, Notary Public.
D. J. M. Jewett, Attorney at law.
M. B. Parker, Assayer.
Paul Mayer, Livery, Feed, and Sale Stable, good
A. H. Hilton, Mercantile Co.
Barney R. Suder’s Harness and Saddlery shop.
White Oaks Building and Supply company.
Exchange Bank. $30,000 capital.
E. G. F. Uegrick, Baker & Grocer and soda water.
W. M. Lane, Well driller.
Little Casino, A. Schinzing.
$300 reward for ore thieves, Old Abe Co.
Schools reopen yesterday.
E. R. Burlingame, Assay office.
Weed’s General Store.
Died: Oliver Lacey, Friday, Texas Park, Brain
January 10, 1895:
Married soon: Mrs. Nellie Grant Sartoris will marry
an American this time.
Page four: Sam Barnum and G. W. McFarlin old
timers. (Should that have been Sam Branum?)
January 17, 1894:
Died: Son-in-law of Juan Analla, murdered, died.
January 24, 1895:
School honor roll, to blurry to read. 137 total
R. C. Parsons,
John E. Wilson, deceased.
Eugene Sandoval, deceased.
Canuto Trujillo, deceased.
Ellen E. Casey, widow.
Ed. R. Bonnell, deceased.
Ma. G. H. Chaves, deceased.
William Martinez, minor.
W. W. Fenton, deceased.
Henry Farmer, deceased.
Annie Weaver, deceased.
January 31, 1895:
Died: Bonita Grieshaber, age 8 girl, today,
diphtheria, White Oaks, died.
February 7, 1895:
Card of thanks regarding death of Grieshaber girl,
by Joseph and Mrs. C. B. Grieshaber.
February 14, 1895
Died: Mary Magdalene Lee, age 6, Monday buried
together, diphtheria, died.
Died: Mary Esther Cox, age 3, Monday buried
together, diphtheria, died.
Died: Jamie Sligh, diphtheria, Sunday, died.
February 21, 1895:
Birth: Mrs. Andy Mays, boy, Friday.
Marriage: Miss Joanna Collier, George L. Hopping,
Died: Lottie Watson, age 8, Tuesday, diphtheria,
February 28, 1895: NVS, schools closed,
dancing school closed, spread of diphtheria and scarlet fever rampant.
March 7, 1895:
Died: Mrs. Wm. Alexander’s child, Monday, scarlet
fever, Texas park, died.
Died: Bob Payne, killed by revolver, died.
Died: John A. Woodland, age 49, born March 10,
1846, died Tuesday, Bright’s disease, died.
In Memoriam K. of P. for George Sligh, died.
In Memoriam I.O.O.F. for John A. Woodland, died.
March 14, 1985:
Died: 8 men, The Old Abe Hoist House and Shaft
Frank Wilson, W. J. Williams, Charles Sherrick,
John Davis, George Baxter, Frank White, Gerry Conover, W. B. Mitchell,
Page four: Mrs. Paden’s, infant, this morning,
Married: Charles H. Spence, Miss M. V. McCord.
March 21, 1895:
Other: Page Four: Owners of burrows, goats, hogs,
and sheep must be kept off streets, otherwise they will be prosecuted.
Married: Henry A. Kezer, Miss Anna Nelson, Tuesday.
March 28, 1895:
Died: Phil Heffey, Lordsburg, Saturday, killed by
W. B. Conners, and four more murders, died.
Died: Ben Holman, Lordsburg, January 1895, killed
by W. B. Conners, and four more murders, died.
Died: Three unknown men, in box car, Springer,
White Oaks Graded School students, 156 enrolled,
April 4, 1895:
Married: Edward Henley, Miss Minnie Hughes,
Died: Mrs. W. E. Butler, two baby boys, 2 weeks
old, Friday, la grippe (flu), died.
April 11, 1895:
Died: Jettie Wallace, age 8 years 10 months,
Tuesday, diphtheria, died.
Other: Dr. Paden inoculates anyone against the
diphtheria epidemic for $2.00.
April 18, 1895:
White Oaks school closes for the year due to
scarlet fever, diphtheria, la grippe, croup and other diseases. White
Oaks teachers were S. M. Wharton and Mrs. W. P. McComar?(blurry).
April 24, 1895: NVS
May 2, 1895: NVS
May 9, 1895:
Died: Obituary of William R. Simms, died 29 April,
May 12, 1905:
Jas, A. Allen, deceased.
Paul and William Dowlin, deceased.
Clara McVeigh, deceased.
Ruth and Ada Martin, minors.
R. C. Parson, deceased.
Chas. L. Pearman, deceased.
W. J. Gill, deceased.
Juan Lucero y Salas, deceased.
May 16, 1905:
Birth: Mrs. Lee E. McGehee, girl, last week.
Other: The Old Abe Eagle newspaper was offered for
Buried: The Daughter of Mrs. Thomas Williams,
May 16, 1895:
Died: Mrs. J. T. Link, daughter, Saturday, died.
Other: The Old Abe Eagle is to be auctioned to pay
mortgage on June 1, 1895.
May 23, 1895:
Died: Alex Rogers, hemorrhage of lungs, May 20,
May 30, 1895:
Married: Manuel Lueras, Joseefita Lopez, May 21.
Died: Walter Q. Gresham, 28th, age 63
June 6, 1895:
Died: A. C. Rogers, age 57 years, died.
June 13, 1895:
Died: Mrs. Roman Garcia, Tuesday, TB, died.
Died: Mrs. R. C. Werts, Sunday, died.
June 20, 1895: NVS
June 27, 1895: NVS
July 4, 1895: NVS
Married: Marie Lane, John P. Foley, Saturday.
July 11, 1895:
Married: Jack lacey, Miss Alice Bartlett, Sunday.
Other: The Old Abe Eagle stopped publishing.