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THE EAGLE: WEDNKSHAY, (KTOI'.ET? SS, W5.
The city council of this city will Boon be called upon to select a man to fill the place made vacant by the untimely death of Marshal Cantley. In view of the circum stances which led to the death of the late marshal, it would neem to he adviHable for the coun cil to nelwt a man who is not ad dicted to the uxe of intoxicating beverages, if such a man can be employed to discharge the duties of the office, A peace officer should, at all times, lie a conservator of the peace and a person in an intox icated condition can not he relied upon to do this. AN ELECTRIC ROAD. spend vacations and, at the Hsime time receive the benefit of the Borings. (lovKKNOR Prince, who has been waiting for political lightning to strike him, has concluded that the climate of New Mexico is not con ductive tn the generation of the right sort of electricity to be at tracted by his lightning rod, and has concluded to try the climate of Colorado. His lightning rod is ready to lie struck and he will patiently await developments. Since Thomas Hughes has fallen down on his knees and begged the pardon of the supreme court of the territory, many of the editors in New Mexico are jumping him with both feet and telling him that he ought to have known it was loaded. Mr. Hughes made a mistake, has had the manliness to own it and now the newspapers ought to let the matter drop. Dick Kkkkns. of St. Louis, is a pretty smooth politician. Last week he came out to Santa Fe and brought Cardinal Gibbons and quite a number of the great lights of the Catholic church in his spe cial car. 'I here is going tobe a mighty interesting campaign next year and I i 'l believes in making hav while the sun shines. Last week will be long remem liered by the residents of Santa Fe. Never before in the history of that ancient town has there been such a notable gathering of dignitaries of the Catholic church there, nor has there ever been so many of the prominent officers of the church gathered together in any town in the entire southwest. The First One In New Mexico to He Con DtriK'ted In Grant Comity. Work on the big Haniturinm ia pro gressing most rapidly, and over forty carloads oí material have already lieen utilized in the construction of the main building. There will be sixty rooms in the pan- iutriuni, independent of Heveral bath rooms which will adjoin some of the larger room. For the convenience of invalids and visiting guests the strnc ture is largely after the general plan of haciendas, with a large court inside and wide porches around both outside and in the plaza. One of the most important improve ments contemplated by the company is a electric troley railroad from the springs to Hudson station on the Santa Fe. This matter is now receiving con sideration and the road will probably lie commenced as soon as the sanitarium is completed. The entire buildings will be fitted up with electrical applicants. The bath house buildings are no fil most completed and the famous springs have been walled ami cemented so that they discharge an abundance oí hot water, running three feet higher than ever before. No expense will le spared in the titl ing up of the sanitarium and the com forts and conveniences will lie equal to any first class hotel in the United Suites. Numerous inquiries are being received already from persons desiring to come here, and the Hudson Hot Springs San itarium is going to become as celebrated in a very short timo as Santa Monica or any pleasure resort in tho world. The people of this section ore exceptionally fortunate in having a pleasant place to FRUIT TREES. 1 am still prepared to furnish FRUIT TREES suitable for this climate in any number. Persons con templating planting trees pwill find it to their interest to write me, and if I have not in stock what is desired, I can readily secure the same at reasonable rates and in all varieties. Adress: Clark Rodgkrs, Silver City, N. M. FUNG YUEN & Co, Dealers in DRYGOODS, GROCERS, CHINAWARE, and NOTIONS. We also carry a good line in SHOES, and GENTS FURNISHING. BULLA HP ST. NEXT TO KELLY'S HARNESS SHOr. ti Which Shall It Be? for Hlirh finiría Spwlnor Machines. Bicycles. Vehicles, Baby Carriages, etc, plaoed with local and retail dealers with three to six middle men's profits, or with the old reliable CASH BUYERS' UNION, with only one small profit above actual factory cost. If you are a money saver there ran ho nn rtnnht. fts to vniir decision. Write today for ouo of our Illustrated 3 catalogues and note the unapproachable bargains we are offering 80 differ- ent style Hewing Jflacnines, ranging in pnce irom vo.w w vov.w muiw. , all styles and prices, from $10.75 to $75.00. Those of the latter price being equal to wheels sold by agents and dealers at $125.00, We show 150 designs in Baby Carriages the latest, the handsomest all new patterns, many direct importations. We handle everything under the sun in the VEHICLE AND HARNESS LINE. BUGGIES. CARRIAGES, PHAE TONS. ROAD WAGONS. CARTS, HARNE88. 8ADDLES, ETC. at prices out of reach of competition. IN PIAN08 AND ORGANS we show an endless variety, at only 10 per cent, above actual cost to build. In writing for cata logues, state which to send, as we have a spe clul cutuloguo for em h line. Address in full CASH BUYERS' UNION, B 878. 159-161 .. Van Buna St.. CHICAQO, ILL.