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TUR EAULE: WEDNESDAY, JUNE lí, 15. Program. Following ia the program for next Tuesday evening's commencement exer cises of the Academy of Our Lady of Lourdes, at Morrill hall. Exercises begin at 7 o'clock : Salutatory, Master Carl McEwen, Miss Fannie Fleming. Chorus, "Friendship," Singing Class. Accompanist Miss A. Harris. Piano Solo, "La Golondrina," Miss F. Fleming. Recitation, "The Dead Doll," Miss Annie Clark. Dialogue, "Keeping House," Boys. Recitation, "Three little Toadstools," Minims. Vocal duet, "The Minute Gun at Sea," Misses A. Harris and J. Murray. Ac companist, Miss A. Acosla. Piano duet, "America," Misses F. Flem ing and Alice Bail. Vocal duet, "Ave Maria," Misses A. Acostaand J.Murray. Accompanist, Piano Solo, "Sounds from Fairyland," Miss A. Bail. Vocal duet, "La Golondrina," Misses J Murray and A. Acosta. Guitar accom paniment by Miss A. Harris. Operetta, "Red Riding Hood," Young Ladies. Accompanist Miss A. Harris Vocal Solo, "The. Orange Girl," Miss A Acosta. Accompanist Miss A. Harris Piano Solo, "IlTrovatore," Miss J. Mur ray. Vocal duet, "I Know a Bank," Miss es A. Harris ami A. Acosta. Accom pun is t Miss J. Murray. "Fan Drill, " 14 Young Ladies. Accom panist Miss Alice Bail. Piano duet, "Waves of the Ocean," The Miases Annie Harris and Fannie Flem Comic Medley, "Money Matters," The Misses Josie Murray, and Annie Har ris. Accompanist Miss A. Acosta. Piano duet," Beauties of Paradise," Miss es Annie Clark, and Willie Cox Trout man. Recitation, "Marguerite of France," Miss Josie Murray. Comedy, "My Aunt's Heiress," Young Ladies. Vocal duet, "A Sister's Faithful Love," Misses A. Harris, and J. Murray. Ac companist Miss Alphonsa Acosta. Piano duet, "Put me in my Little Bed," Misses J. Murray and A. Harris. Piano Solo, "Jolly Brothers Galop," Miss Willie Cox Troutman. "The Musical Surprise," Misses A. Har ris, J. Murray, A. Acosta, F. Fleming, A. Bail and N. Clark. Piano Trio, "Palermo Qiudrille3,"Miss es A. Harris, J. Murray and N. Clark. Chorus, "Good-night but not Good-by," Singing Class. The bicyclists of this city are having the sharp rocks removed from the streets. Virginia Itetts. Virginia N. Betts, daughter of Howard H. and Laura A. Betts, died in this city Saturday morning, June 15, . 1895, of German measles, aged 5 years and 9 months. The funeral occurred on Sun day afternoon at 3 o'clock from the Episcopal church in this city. At the church the services were conducted by Bishop Kendrick, assisted by Rev. Cross. Rev. Cross officitated at the cemetery, assisted by Rev. Selby. The funeral was one of the largest seen in this city recently and there were not many dry eyes in the congregation at the church. Rev. Selby sang a solo which was particularly touching. The grief stricken parents have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire community in their deep affliction. Hats are Off. Of all the fairy stories it has ever been the cood luck of the Liberal to run across the one it reprints from the South west Sentinel this week easily takes the place at the top. The Enterprise has always been considered the leader of the press of Grant county in' the fairy story line. The Headlight, when expatiating on the beauties of Deming, has achieved an enviable reputation, and The Eaoi.e and the Liberal are not unknown in that line. But now comes the Sentinel and at one leap outranks them all. With a nerve that amounts to genius it prints an account of eight Apache Indians tak ing a bath. Allan Macdonald, oh Allen Macdonald, the newspapermen of Grant county take off their hats to you. Lib-eral. 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 Tim Eaui.k office free by paying a year's subscription to The Eagle in advance. The books sell at 25 cents each. You can get a copy of Coin's Finan cial School free by paying a year's sub scription to The Eagi.k in advance. Call at the office, leave your subscrip tion and get fi copy of the greatest book on the silver question ever published. Samuel Harsh, who is heavily inter ested in cattle in this county, was out to his ranch in the Mangas a few days ago. He returned to Denver last Monday. C. M. Shannon, collector of internal revenue for the district of New Mexico. and Arizona, arrived from Clifton last Monday and has gone to Santa Fe. Mrs. M. J. Clayton, her daughters, Ella, Dean, and Lil lie and Mr. Hunter, went out to tho Gila hot springs last week for a few days recreation. Rev. Harris, who has been here some time for the benefit of his health, re turned to Mississippi this week. He will probably return next fall. Bishop Kendrick and Rev. Githens, of the Episcopal church, were the guests of Prof, and Mrs. Selby during the Episco pal convocation. For Sale. A lot of household furniture for sale. Inquire of Mus. C. L. Cantley. Deputy Sheriff Hardin, of Lordsburg, accidentally shot himself last week and went to El Paso to have the bullet lo cated and taken out. Alvah Mason, one of the old timers at Pinos Altos, was down last week. He is devoting his time to mining and finds no fault with the camp. . Mrs. A. G. Hood received news of the serious illness of her father in Denver last week and left for that place last Thursday. Mrs. J. Black went over to George town last week and will remain to the Stovall-Lenoir wedding there this evening. Misa Miiv Gmldin will oro to Colorado this week and will attend the teacher's convention at Denver next month. BORENSTEINBROS. TEN CENT STORE. Drives in DRY GOODS and CLOTHING! Special Bargains in LADIES', GENTS' nnd CHILDREN'S SHOES. Also a full lino of GLASS WARE and CROCKERY. We sell everything CHEAP FOR CASH. Tho CLARK-WHITSON-LEITCH MUSICCO. EL PASO, TEXAS, 119 San Franchco St. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., 20S Hail road Avenue. Sell reliable goods on easy monthly payments. Can refer to many families with whom they have dealt. Tuning of Pianos in Grant county attended to. Write them for catalogue of new style Pianos, Twluj \n\n Miss A. Acosta.