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THE EAGLE: WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1895.
9 The indications are that Tammany will advocate the free and unlimited coinage of silver next year, and support a free silver man for the presidency. The leaders of the organization see that the drift is toward free silver and are not going to miss an opportunity to regain supremacy in New York city and a firm hold on the politics of the Empire state. With Tammany in the east to assist the west and south in the movement in fa vor of free silver, a strong fight will be made with excellent chances of victory. Some of the eastern papers say that Sibley was disgusted with Ida reception in Denver and that the whole affair was a fizzle. Max Schutz was there and tried to get to the Drown Palace hotel where the reception was held, but he says he only succeeded in getting with in two blocks of the place for the crowd of people. Max is letter authority than the eastern papers. He was on the ground mid knows what he is talking about. Card of Thanks. We desire to return our sincere thanka to our friends who kindly rendered their services in our late alHiction. William Kilburx, Emma Kilburn. Visitors from the ca.-it who spend a few weeks here never fail to express their surprise that this place has not been extensively advertised as a sanita rium. If invalids could get suitable ae eoinmodations here and it should lie made known that such was the case, there would soon lie hundred.! of health seekers here. The climate is unrivaled Tins gold biigs are going to prepare to answer Coin's Financial School, but they haven't decided yet who is going write the answer. The p-iblication of the book will be awaited with interest Tun democratic press of New Mexico is on the silver side of the financial question. Not a cuckoo note has been sounded for more than a month. . l'noei.E in the south are looking into the pilver question in earnest. They want lo know the cause of live cent cotton. The reported failure of the peach crop, on account of the late freeze has leen exaggerated. A drive through the Woodland Orchard company's ranch, and I he Ca.-ad orchard show a liountiful crop, and beautiful orchards. Every in dication is favorable towards a profitable year, for the fruit growers.- Hio Grande Republican. Coin's financial series is worth reading. "Coin's Financial School," "A Tale of Two Nations" or "Coin up to Date" may be obtained at The Eac.i.e office free by paying a year's subscription to Tiik Eaoi.k in advance. The books sell at 25 cents each. N. J. Hutchinson was over from Cen tral yesterday. He has great confidence in the future of the Copper flat country. Alfalfa raising on the Gila in this county is very profitable now. Until within the past year there has been no very good market for alfalfa raised in that part of the county, but since the Mogollón mining district has been get ting so much attention there has been a good demand for all the alfalfa that could be raised in the Gila valley. Ranchmen down there can do no better than to raise alfalfa extensively. Last Sunday morning A. L. Harring ton was taken from this place to Albu querque in shackles by Deputy Sheriff Fowler, of Bernalillo county. Harring ton waa arrested on a warrant for cattle stealing by Deputy Sheriff McAfee, of this county, at the G. 0. S. ranch. He did not take kindly to being arrested, but Deputy McAfee was watching bis man and took good care that he did not get the advantage of him. F. M. Galloway brought in a peice of rock to The Eale office yesterday afternoon from the Galloway and Alex ander mine near Tullocb's. No gold is visible to the naked eye, yet it runs high in gold. The ore is very light col ored, resembling chalk somewhat in appearance. The necessity of a bridge across the Gila at Cliff will soon be apparent. The traillo between this place and the Mog ollón mining district is sufficient to war rant the building of a bridge. It ought to be done this year. Last Saturday evening some of the soldiers at Fort Bayard went down to Central and got on a big drunk. A quarrel ensued during which one of the men was dangerously wounded with a pair of Bhcars. Tho man will probably die. A large number of cattle will be ship ped from the western part of this coun ty this month. Quite a numlicr of cat tle men will have stock here for ship ment in about three weeks. The Santa Fe company is taking pre cautions to prevent washouts along the line m the valley of the Rio Grande. Attention Knights of Pythias. There will be a special meeting Thurs day evening May 2, for conferring ranks. All knights are requested to be present. By order of J. E. AVhite, C. C. Prescott Allen was in from his Wal nut springs ranch yesterday. An infant child of J. R. Lankaford, of the Box ranch, near Gold Hill, died last week. The time for putting in tax returns on property for county and territorial taxes lias expired. Judge Bantz adjourned court at Hills boro on Monday and arrived here yes terday afternoon. . - William Christman.one of the old res idents of this county, was down from Pinos Altos this week. The horse which has hauled the city cart for many moons paid the debt of nature yesterday afternoon. Col. Carpenter, who has the contract for supplying beef at Fort Bayard for the coming year, was in the city yesterday. Minnehaha Council of the Daughters of Pocahontas had a meeting last night. There are alwut fiO members of the council. Miss Frances Ott, who has been teach ing school at Hillslwro, returned home last week, having to close her school on account of illness. Rain has fallen in different parts of the territory during the past week A little fell here yesterday, but there was not enough to do any good. There will be a bail at the residence of Clark Rodgers at Lone Mountain next Friday evening. Quite a number will be there from this place. The city council will have a meeting this afternoon. The mayor and two concilnien will qualify and the appoint ments for the year will be made. The ring of the telephone is frequent ly heard at Bishop's postoffice store now. The line works well and is a great con venience to the business men of Silver City and Mogollón. The Silver City TEN CENT STORE. Drives in DRY GOODS and CLOTHING! Special Bargains in LADIES', GENTS' and CHILDREN'S SHOES. Also a full line of GLASS WARE and CROCKERY. We sell everything CHEAP FOR CASH. BORENSTEN BROS. YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE. I (losire to inform you that having purchased the stock, fixtures, etc. of Mr. J. A. KommiP, Watchmaker and Jeweler, I will continue the business at the same place. A select line of WATCHES, JEWELRY ETC. Carried. I make a SPECIALTY of FINE WATCH REPAIRING and will appreciate a trial and will guarantee satisfaction. Very Truly, J. R. HICKS.