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3 ITEMS OF INTEREST. Nevsy Notes of Happenings Purely Local. A Grist of Kciiduhlc run;rplm Which Hlionld Not be Overlooked II V Our Keudern. The Morrill Opera house tloor lias been planed mul smoothed preparing it for dancing. Tlie new Broadway saloon, of Charles I'ii ni y, i I l:e oj 1 1 ed before the begin ning of the court lerni. The Joining Headlight pays, that the Silver C'ily Enterprise in now a full fledgid anarchist and roleumly declares thai there is no longer any freedom in New Mexico. The work of Grant county's prisoners upon the streets of Silver City, under thw direction of maivhal Kil burn and guarded by James 11. Prent, is making a pent improvement m the appearance of ii e ni . T: e cuhiiniis an 1 piales are in place for the front of the addition to the Sil ver City na ional bank building, to be occupied by (iillett A son, and it will be rapidly pushed loeouipleUon by the eon- . tractors .he Itlack & Aikins company. The debris of the old Truendell build ing, opposite the pinto Hice-, destroyed by the flood, is being wheeled out into Main street in front of the Enterprise ollice, by the fount y prisoners, under direction of marshal Kilhuru. Died At Silver City, N. M. November tí. 18lJó, Florence, infant daughter of John M. and Annie Fritter, aged one veur, tw nioirhs and two days. The funeral, from the family residence on Wednesday, November 7th, was at tended by sympathizing friends. Rev, A. A. Hyde, the Methodist minister, conducted the funeral services. Rev. Edward S, Cross left for Mogollón, yesterday niornimr, to re turn on the day More Thanksgiv ing. He intends to hold morning and evening services at Mogollón, next Sun day. In his absence, Rev. l'rof. Sel by will olliciate, next Sunday morning, at the Episcopal Church, here. There will be no evening service. On the following Sunday, the Church will probably be closed, for repairs and im provements. Elsewhere in this issue of Tun Eaiii.e will be found the proclamation of the President of the United States designat ing Thursday, November 28! h as a day of thanksgiving for the blessings which we enjoy and that the situation is no worse, mere is no person, proiianiy, who has not something to be thankful for. A few years agowhen the low price of silver began to affect the mining indus try in New Mexico, a number of miners were congregated in a Grant county camp, on Thanksgiving day and after several had expressed themselves as having nothing to be thankful for, an other, of a "happy, go lucky" disposi tion said, "I have much to be thankful for, I am so glad I am alive."' Let us eat our thanksgiving turkey, help the poor, give thanks and be glad that we are alive. GUAM) HORSE SALE. At Silver City, N. M. Nov. 20, 27, ami 2S, 1S)5. The Hart Bros Land and Cattle Co. L'd will sell at public auction to the highest bidder all the Horses comprised in their brand as follows: One hundred head of Horses well broken, weighing from 7-r0 to 1200 pounds, suitable for Roadsters, Freighters, Saddle Horses and ex pert Cow-ponies. Fifty head of Horses unbroken, naturally, Kind and (ientle dis positions, good size and well bred. One hundred head of well bred mares ana runes.; part ot mem well broken to saddle and harness. Broadway Hotel. This Favorite Hotel has been completely refitted and is first class in every particular. Sample Room in Connection. At. the next term of the district court to be held here, on the lSih inst. the only important criminal cases to be tried are those of Juan Trujillo and Abel Du ran, indicted for the murder of Cipriano (jnKu-.ileí, on the Rio Mimbres, last April, and W. C. Davenport, whose case will como lieíore the grand jury for the killing of Sig. Weisl, at Carlisle. A SerloiiH Accident, The Mogollón stage was overturned within a few yards of the store at Gra ham, last Friday night and George R. lirown, Superintendent of the Copper Queen mine at Cooney, who was a pas- semrcr on the static, had his left knee dislocated and the leg other wise badly bruised. Dr. Steele was called and re placed I he dislocated joint. Mr. lirow n j is at Graham and will probably be j laid up for several weeks. Mrs. Rrowni left on Monday morning's Mogollón at M l10urs tlav antl stage for Graham, to wait upon herj . husband until he can be removed to his! lllgllt. home in this city. ! Ovsters, fish and eame in season. j The best m i.á in the city. ous condition, of which the driver was J 1111 Ull, not aware. This is the lirst accident io. Chef and Manager. the stage line of Messrs Marriott and I House. A,' Abraham, Proprietor. BROADWAY RESTAURANT. Under Broadway Hotel. Everything New nnd Elegant. Recent work had changed the wagon road ai d left the old track in a danger- WANTED-AN IDEAJñSSVKg ( . H. Miinson is hauling hav into thing to patent? Protect your Ideas; they may , It fi i" . briui you wealth. Write JOHN WKDDEli- town from Happy valley. He has c, t BURN & CO., Patent Attorneys, Washington, and baled abot 175 tons this season. D. C., for thoir 1,81)0 prize offer. Curd of ThitnkH. The undersigned take this method of extending to all, who so kindly assisted us in our bereavement by the death of our beloved daughter, Florence, and, who by their words of sympathy soothed the woes of such bereavement., our sin cere and heartfelt thanks. Joiiv M. FniTTKi!. AxsiK Fmttki:. John Riiockmax, Pres. Thou, F. Coxwav, Vice Pres. 353 9. J. W. Cut-run, Cashier The Site City National Bat, SILVER CITY, N. M. CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $14,000. Adranrea made on Gold and Stiver Bullion. DEPOSITS SOLICITED. EXCHANGE FOR SAI E.