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THE EAGLE: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1895.
Nkxt month theie will be an interest ing debate on the silver question in Chicago. W. H. Harvey, author of Coin's Financial School, will debate the question with Mr. Horr, of New York. The New York Reform club will send Ave able men ta Chicago to assist Mr. Horr and there will be Ave others from different parts of the country. Mr. Har vey will also have the assistance of ten able advocates of the free and unlimited coinage of silver, bo that the question will be ably discussed. The debaters will not be limited as to time, but the debate will probably take about ten days. A full report of it will be fur nished to the press for publication and the whole debate will be published in book form at a small cost. The silver question is just now the all absorb ing question of the day and all other questions must give way until the finan cial question is solved. There will be very little heard concerning the tariff for the next three or four years except in republican meetings. The expense of maintaining the pau pers of the county has been less this year than it has been during a corresponding period in any previous year for more than ten years. Until this year a cer tain amount in money was appropriated for the benefit of each pauper. This amount varied from ten to twenty dollars anionth.butat the beginningof this year it wasdecided by the lxmrd of county com missioners to issue rations to the pau pers of the county. This ration consists of Hour, meat, teans and other substan tial articles of food and it was found that the total expense to the county would tie but $5.35 a month for each pauper. Heretofore the paupers of the county have not confined themselves to the necessaries of life, but have purchased many articles which they might better have done without. Under the new arrangement the paupers get enough to eat and t lie taxpayers are re lieved of a considerable burden. While it does not possess the climatic advantages that Silver City does, its people are awake and enterprising and always make Albuquerque appear at its test. Silver City ought to be one of the most celebrated health resorts in the country, but comparatively few people are aware of the fact that the climate possesses greater virtues than can bo found elsewhere in this country. AVkstf.kx republicans who went to the Cleveland convention did not expect that the party would commit itself to the free and unlimited coinage of silver, but there are still some free Bilver men who have faith that the republican party will come out next year in favor of free coinage. In the fight between justice and the button gang at Santa Fe, justice has won every round so far. Four murderers are under sentence of death, but justice may yet be vanquished. No stone is being left unturned to save the necks of these miserable murderers. The Greatest Railroad .on Earth Santa Fe Route! Tendiera mid others RotuR to National i KiIikhI loniil Association meeting at Henver, lit July, should reniemlier Unit the Snnta Fe offers us low rates as anybody else, with lietter service. Speelal Inducements to small or liiráe pur-tics. Tliiouitli Pullman Sleepers and freo Chair Cars-ClilriiKo. St. Louis and Kansas ('It y to Denver. One hundred miles superb view of Koeky Moun- tains between Pueblo and Denver. Privilege of nttendiiiK Summer" School, Colorado Springs, on return trip. Low-rate excursions into the niouii- tains after meetlnu Is over. For descriptive pamphlets, address' J. 1L MrnoK. Ajrt. A.. T. & S. K.. K. K Silver City.' New Mex ico. Most Picturesque . Line to Colorado. Nbxt Monday several thousand dollars j in interest on the county debt will fall ' due. There are already many thou sands of dollars in unpaid coupons which have been due for some time and there is very little money available with which to pay them. W, D. JEFFERSON, IMPORTER AND BREEDER OF PUKE ITALIAN BEES. Also a full line of Api ary Supplies of Leahy M'f'K Co., at their Prices. Amateur lieu Hook for IleKiiiiiers 2.V. Catalogue Fre. Box 6, Safford.Ariz. L. J. SMITH, It is reported that the soldiers have ' been hunting, not In bans, but quail. It ' is auainst the law to shoot quail at this I season of the year and the law ought by General Repair Shop. all means to lie eiitoreeu. io sportsman i will hunt quail at this season of the vear. i School of Mines. The trustees of New Mexico school of mines at its meeting last evening cm- Bicycles, Guns and Revolvers Promptly Repaired. Kates Reasonable. Vankle St. Sliver City. N. M. GUADALUPE MENDOZA, ployed Professor W. H. Seaman director j PffT i for the ensuing school vear. It is under-; SHOE The republican league demonstrated at Cleveland last week ttiat it has a large sized straddle hug in the wood pile ready for the national convention next year. The republicans will lie found, to lie on lmth sides of the silver question. The" party leaders will be for free silver in the west and for the gold standard in the east. "Anything to catch votes,'' would be a good motto for them. UEPAIUING NEATLY AND PKO.MPTLY DONE. Prices reasonable, and . satisfaction guaranteed, i Shop on Yu'nkle Street. stood that there will tie one or two assis tiinta Kintilovml iftlii-ir serviros fire re quired. The school will open alxiut thejMAKERi middle of September. There will lie a regular course of four years with a pre-. p U I LOT O IC E Kl paratory department of two vears to tit tZ - - " , ., , ! 1. W.iroan'a Mia ami Ki-liabla Film', h n-.tlilr students to enter the regular course. Ml cm nenum ii.iu r,.i iouci , . . . , ,, , I.r.lML Huid by .li wnlHnawl "" '" ' . " ''am. The trustees have labored long ami earn-1 CimMMunni.iiici.n. h . mn-mjoM dm. , . ,. ,. . , I ,t,t. inul II to Ilia .i,.rifti r ami lie v HI a.n.l l,i yoa pre- estlv in this matter and have at last sue- . ,, i.íi.vn, ci.MimF.Bui),wiii,iMHaUru.,ti at- ..... ... . 1, K.Vflk ceeilcd in lien g ame to open the scnom i i! a wiiirMtireOraHiri..iwiiiiato.i,nwD. and to keen it onen. Chicltain. I P1-"1" 1 , vi-Uai'..liialawlliloulaatl a UllUa. No lietter climate is to be found in this country than that of Silver City, yet the probabilities are that a United States marine hospital will be established at Albuquerque. The residents of that place never lose an opportunity to ad vertize the town and it is undoubtedly the test advertised town in New Mexico. YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE. T rlpsiro to inform vnn that, hiiviii!? nurehiised the stock, fixtures etc. of Mr. J. A. Kemmis, 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. Yerv Truly, J. R. HICKS.