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THE KAULK: WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1895.
5 LORDSBURG NOTES. Interesting Items Clipped From the Lib eral. . , The Hart Brothers spring round up commenced work last WedneHday. Tliey are yatlicring all their cattle, hav ing sold everything. The tender of the locomotives on the Southern Pacific are being adorned with silver figures to indicate their number in the place of the golden ones. It is understood that Mr. Huntington has ordered this done as a delicate compli ment to the silver miners in the terri tories. The new figures are much easier to read at a distance from the locomotive. Mrs. C. D. Chaum died at the Hotel Bien in El Paso Monday night. Mrs.. Chaum lias been sick for some time and went to El Paso in the hope that the nursing would be of benefit to her. In spite of careful attention and skillful physicians she succumbed to the disease, which was an affection of the liver. She leaves her husband to care for her little babe, which is a little over two months old. The Dunagan brothers have made a deal with T. S. Coggin trading their sheep for his stock of goods. The ex change will be made as soon as the pro- Intereittliig IteniR From Allison. AiiMsoN, Apr. 25. Items which would be of interest to your readers are bard to pick up in this neck of the woods. The NAN outfit with a crew of top hands is at work putting up a steer herd. Brahm and Carroll will begin gather ing steers for shipment about the first of the coining month. ".Zack" Redding of the upper Mimbres is moving his stock of cattle to "green fields and pastures new" on the upper Gila. Several train loads of cattle which were shipped from this range, this spring, got caught in the storm near Dodge City, and nearly all perished. Although the outlook . for stock is somewhat gloomy, the vaqueros arc earn estly praying for rain and the indica tions for "falliiur weather" are more fa vorable than they have been for several months. "The prayers of the righteous availeth much." The fruit was not so badly damaged by the cold wave as at first supposed, but little was injured above Procknian's, and most of the orchards below that place will have at least a half crop. Candidates for county commissioner from the second district to succeed S. S. Brannin are as plentiful as violinists are said to 1 in that region, which was no There is not water enough to keep t he new Jaiieisch mili in the Burros run ning all of the time. The mill crushes the ore satisfactorily and but little power is required to run it, but. within the past two weeks the water supply has diminished very considerable so that there is only water enough now to keep the mill running a portion of the time. bate judge assents to it. A portion of j doubt especially prepared as a summer the sheep are the property of the estate j íesidence for the politicians of Grant of the late S. J. Doneuan. The brothers , couutv. Kanchkho. have also purchased the meat market of Payne &. Coggin, taking possession of it Wednesday. Mr. Coggin will probably ship his sheep to Texas, where t hey will be out of the reach of the festive Apache. Mr. Coggin has been one of our promi nent citizens and we will be sorry to lose him. There is reported a big strike over in the Sulpher Springs valley. Recently some prospecting was done on a little hill raising out of the valley, and a most wonderful strike is reported. Owen Williams picked up a sample of the ore and sent it to be assayed out of curios ity, not thinking it of much value. The result showed that it carried some six hundred ounces of silver ami eight ounces of gold. The valley from Wilcox to Ruekcr'tj canyon is now monuniented. Asan indication of the amount of mineral in the valley it is re ported that some of the prospectors had to haul the rock to build their nioiiu ments for several miles. If the excite ment keeps up there will soon Ik-enough prospect holes in the valley to furnish graves for all the cattle that are ranging there. Died, in this ciry on Friday morning; Coin's Financial School has made more converts to the sil ver cause than any other publica tion. We will send it free to any one paying a year's subscription to Tub Eagle in advance. Send $2 and get Tub Eagle and this valu able book. Address The Eagle, Silver City, N. M. GUADALUPE MENDOZA, BOOT& SHOE MAKER. REPAIRING NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE. ( Prices reasonable, and siiMhiueiion Kimraiui't'u. Shop on Viinkle Street. L. J. SMITH, General Repair Shop. Bicycles, Guns and Revolvers Promptly Repaired. Kates Reasonable. Yunkie St. Silver City. N. M. B. T. LINK, 1 W4l 41 israBBg&3&5n 4 Proprietor or the PEOPLE'S EAT" ARKET April 2ti, 1805, Myrtle Whilehill Kilburn, infant daughter of William and Emma Kilburn, aged 8 months and ( days, i Funeral services were held Saturday morning. Will constantly keep on hand the choicest Beef, Pork and Mutton. Oysters, Fish and Game in Season. Also a full line of FRUIT. We solicit your patronage. BULLA RD ST., SILVER CITY, N. M. \n\n - ' r.':. " f,-