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THE EAGLE: WEDNESDAY, XOVEMBEK 6 18!6.
ITEMS OF INTEREST. Newsy Notes of Happenings Local. Purely V (irint of liimlnhle rumeriipliH 1 1 1 1 1 Should Not b Overlooked l!V Our Ki'rtdcrs. Service next Sll i . 'ross. v r lie Kpiacopal church, ay, as usual, by Kev. Edwasd All are cordially invited. T. N. and J. W. Cliilders urn out at F 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 tr doing assessment work on claims belonging to the Old Man mining company. Col. H. L. Pickett, attorney at law has moved his library to his residence, where all having business with him should call. Work on the streets still goes on and should b continued until those in every part of town are improved equally with those upon which work has been done. The foundations are laid for the ad dition the Hank building, to be occupied br titilen, ami Son. Schneider and Schaible are burning the brick to Ihj used in building the walls. Mrs. 11. Mcintosh has given up her lease on the Southern Hotel. D. H. Brownell, owner of the property, will comtinue the business as heretofore. .Mih. Mcintosh and family have taken rooms at the Timnier Hjuse. A newspaper reporter is a privileged character. The court trying the Dur rant case has decided that a reporter cannot In? compelled to divulga sources 'of information. The same ruling was made by an eautern court recently. He v. Edward S. Cross will hold ser vices at Mogollón, on two Sundays, Nov. 17th and 24th, and at outlying places on week davs. The Episcopal church. here, will be closed, for important re pairs and improvements, during and on both of the Sundays named. Sam. P. Wells, who has been forsever al months with A. S. Uoodell, at the Old Man corral, lias leased the liroadway Corral and opened it on the 2d inst. Mr. "Wells has an extei. (led acquaintance in Grant county and will no doubt merit and receive Ivs shareof public patronage. He will make a specialty of feeding tran sient stock, liive liiin a i all. The fall term of the district court for Grant County will commence in Silver City on Monday, November 18th. Judge H. 15. Hamilton, of the Socorro district will preside, exchanging with Judge Bantz, the latter having been of counsel in cases coming up for trial at the coming term. Judge liantz will not return here unt il late in December, when the election contest cases in Dona Ana county will ho decided. The Timnier House dining room was closed la-t Friday evening. Mr. I'.ur dick says i hat this action was not taken because of lack of patronage, but owing to the need oí repairs to the culinary plant in he hotel. The Thinner will be kept open for lodging accommoda tion, and ii repairs are made, the diniig room will be re-opened before court week. I). Neil A Co. Con. M. Nolan being associated with Mr. Neff have em barked in a. new enterprise and are openu.g up a stock of crockery, glass ware, lain é and paints, oils, &c in the Skellv block, on Broadway near the I'oslotlice. Both gentlemen are de servedly popular and will secure a share of patronage in their line, Mr; Nolan will have charge of the new store.- A. H. Hurl lee, Esq. distrust attorney, returned on Sunday's train from Uills boro, where he had been attending to his duties in the district court of Sierra county, held there last week. He se cured tlie conviction of Nestor Gomez, charged with the crime of assult to rape, of assult while armed, and Gomez was sentenced ,o .mx months in the peniten tiary. The assault occured at Pinos Altos, last fall and the case was taken to Sierra countr on change of venue. ! James S. Fielder, Esq. defended Gomez. Esperidion Murillo, whostabbed Jack Nolan, at' Pinos Altos, was also tried and convicted of an assault with a deadly weapon and sentenced to seive one year in the penitentiary, Murillo's case was, also, taken to Sierra con my on change of venue. He was defended by J. A. Ancheta Esq. A Fake. The Broadway Opeiil"B. The dance given at the Broadway, last Saturday night by Messes. Aaron Schutz owner and Abe Abraham, lessee, was one of the most enjoyable social events which has been given in Silver City for years. The two large rooms used for dancing barely afforded pace for tnt! large number participating in the dance. The elegant furnishings of the parlor and other rooms of ihe hotel were in spected by the numerous guests and all pronounced the new Broadway the most perfectly finished and conveniently ar ranged hotel in the southwest. Refresh ments were served to all attending the dance and every one joined in wishing the lessee success. The hotel opens with a good local patronage and will command a full share of transient custom. Services al the M. E. Church, next Sunday as usual. All are cordialy. S500 Reward. For cases of Rheumatism which cannot be cured with DR. DUUMMOND'S LIGHTNING REMEDIES, internal and exteri al. Pleasant to take relieves at once. Kestores sun joints, ora ran n, and hardened muscles. If your druggist does not keep it, do not take anything else. Sei.dfMo our address by regis tered letter or money order, and the full month's treatment of two large bottles will be sent to vour address. DRUM MONI) M EDICI'NE CO. Lock box 1521, New York. The alleged "spiritual manifestations" bv the Hume Fox combination, at Morrill Opera House, on Sunday nighl last, was as rank a "fake" exhibition as has been inflicted upon the people of Silver City in many months. Two thirds of the advertised program was omitted and what was performed par took more of the character of sleight of hand tricks than spiritual inaiiifeMations. The hand billsanuounced that "a Ninnll fee for admission would be collected at the door," while fifty cents was the de mand made of all who entered. The performance was well attended. TEN CENT STORE BORENSTEIN BROS. PROPRIETORS. Dealers in- i ... I dky goods ana CLUllUAt.i ladies', gents' and CIIILDKENS' SHOES. GLASS WARE and CROCKERY. On Bollard St. Next Door To Oillett A Son. WANTED-AN IDEArsorie BUHN CO., Patent Attorneys, Waanlngton, I). 0., for their $1,800 prize ollor. YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE. I desire to inform you that having purchased 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. lv Very Truly, J, ft. HICKS.