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THE EAGLE: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, itü'li PROFESSIONAL CARDS. MIL & ANCHETA, 1) ATTORNEYS AT LAW. VIII practico In nil tho courts of the terri tory. Office corner Texas and Hprlntf streets. SILVER lilTV ... x. ji. 4 1I.11ARM.EE. A. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Tlstrlcp Attorney for Counties of Grunt .... . 11,1(1 Hierra. HLVEU CITY ... x. m. I01IM M. GIN'N, 0 ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will practice In nil the. Court" of tin- 1 ILVKlt CITY Tl!.rrll0ry.- . x. y. SECRET SOCIETIES, p A. M. II. Sil ver City Chapter. No. 2. Mas .nlc Hull. Regular convocat Ions on 3d Wednes day evenlnifof each month. All companions Invited to attend. K. M. Vor.vi il I' I'eiTy li. Lady, See'y. A V. A. M. ,ii S,',lv,'r ('Uy i'"dw' 8- Meets t Mason Icllall. over Mlver City Nafl Hank, the J luirsday evenliitf on or before tliu full tnoon each month. All visit Inn brothers InvUed to i'EltltY H, Lady. Sce'v. i) K.S. V. Silver City Chapter No. 1. O. E S. Meets every st ancHid Tuesday in each month at Masonic Hall. Miss. May I. Uaddis. W. M. Mus. Nki.i.y u. Lady, Sec'y. O.O.F. ITALY AND THE VATICAN. T ! Jas L. Kldtiely Encampment No. I. meets t iBalumHil, Wednesdays of each month. Isltinir imtr arc hsconlliiiiv ! n l, ii o T tiKOIKiK Rolll.N'SON, V. V, t . U. Hell. Scribe. I O. O. V. rellows Hall. Thursday evenings. Mem bers of the order cordially Invited to at- t,C.,lk.W,Nt,IlI1,,1B.Sec-y. 'U- "KM- N-U- T o. O. V. it Helen Lode, No. 7. Rebekah Decree Bleetlmts-secoiid and fourth Friday nliihts In each month, at hall of I. s. Tlir.iny L.mIk.. So. Misn Mamik Holson. See'y V OK I'. At Meets 2d and tth Tuesday nlchts of each nonti. . at Hank Kulldlmt. Vlsltinv KnlKht W. A. Cassman. K. K h S. O. U. W. Ü. Meets on the 1st and 31 Hatuidi.y of each month. rellow workmen cordially Invited. E. M YotJNci. lice A. (1. Iloiin, M. W, T O. R. M. It , '""lanche Irlln N. i. nnets at It ink nulldlnirhiill. on the. cveulnx i 1,- t i i l third Mondays in each month. y n a. ,, ' J. K. Whi.t, S hem. h. E. limn. (;. of li. T o. i:. M. It Mnnclia'ia coimell No, 1. im-i-t- a! ;t bulhliiiK hall on lirstiiwl third We. .ins ,ty venlsiKs !n r:;ch momli. ' . .. j'iss AHIHK CLAYTON. loculll.lltas Miss Hat'iib W HITKIIII,!,, C, of K, How the Bloodless and Unequal War la Waged. It is a rncred maxim, handed down from age to nge by the uc cessors of St. l'eter, that what ever spiritual or temporal pow ers have once been placed within their hands shall be kept intact and unimpaired, says Mucmillan's Maga zine. They do not admit defent. What they do not possess de facto they at least possess de jure. If they have lost the substance, tbey retain the shadow, nnd ii their earthly kingdom has been filched that loss, they say, will only be continued for a season, until thai brighter day returns when all hall ( be restored. The holy Catholic church, it is said, can afford to stand and .vail. ' An all-seeing providence will give her the victory at last. In the belief of all true Catholics it is certain that she will eventually triumph ns that the sun will rise, again. Meanwhile, though she never hastes she never rests and she presses on her claims with a persistency which, if often silent, never flags. They ore pushed unceasingly from hour to hour, from day to day, from year to year and if the outside world can forget them or deride them ihe government of King Humbert never can. It has to face an unsleeping foe whom no good will can ever conciliate or ap licase, whose claims are incapable of compromise, lioth demand the right to rule in the city of the Caesars and tic victory of one side mcmr the inevitable and endurirg humiliation of the other. So is waged the bloodless but unequal war. Yet, though the occupation of the quirinnl is securely based on force, the Vatican has weapons in her arsenal of a less material kind with which she is well able to harass and annoy. o-u -e I'm trinas ir. u v.oy ti.a. is n;;t tMiir.uslcol. Of com so it has been im possible to teach h'm really to play o piece, but sitting t'.p on his hind legs, with his fiddle grasped In histiny claws, Czar produces n sort of half-screeching sound that is altogether weird and fantastic. Laureson is himself a vio linist of no mean order, nnd Czar likes nothing better than to sit on his mas ter's knee and listen to his playing. AGENTS to solicit orden by umpli lor our Wool Pinti to order $3. " Suits " " $16. " Overcoat! " $12. Big Inducementi tothi right parties. Address GUARANTEE TAILORING Co 218-217 Qnnd St, N. Y. A VALUABLE RAT, THIS. Keeps the IIouko l'ree of Mice and Tlays tho Violin Nicely. It is a well-known fact that rats ami mice do not infest o house at the eawv time. Working upon this hint a;i t.i the nature of rodents, N. K. Lourceur.. of Yieksburg, has adopted a scheme by which he keeps himself rid of bo'.j pests. This he accomplish! s, says t!:e Philadelphia Times, by capturing a young rat and training him to cnlcli mice. This singular mouser, wIkikc name, by" the way, is Czar, is doubt 1 the most successful one on record. 1 has been taught to pouuee upon a mouse on short order, without fear and without favor, and he shows no iru tcy. Of course, he eon follow the mice inia close quarters, and never has been known to lose his quarry. Strnr.ga to relate, large rats htfve given the house the go-by also, seeming to under- j stand that the place belongs to Czar, ond that there must be no encroach ment upon his prerogative. Laureson Is very fond of his queer : pet, and has taught him many interest-) ing tricks. Among others he hits trained him to handle a 1ov v.".ú 'w'.'. miniature violin Czar t rr" r. to WOULD NOT KISS THE BRIDE. Congressman Cousins Was Too Modest to Art as Best Man at a Wedding. One of the most modest members of congress is "Bob" Cousins, of Iowa. It is told that not many sessions ago Mr. Mercer, a member from Nebroskn, still in the house, married a young ludy well known in Washington. Inasmuch ns Cousins is an intimate friend of Mercer's, says the Troy Times, both being born in Iowa, the latter thought it would be an excellent idea to have Cousins net as best man at the wed ding. Hob consented. The ceremony occurred. After it was over the min ister kissed the bride, bridesmaids, ditto. The bride, supposing the best man would be glad of a similar eourtvsy extended to him, puckered up her lips to Hob in order that he might avail himself of the opportunity -so gracious ly extended to him. When Mr. Cousins realized what was expected of him in the premises ho gave one look at the bride, turned so red that even the dark est comer of the church became ns light ns noonday, bolted down the aisle and out of the church, leaving the bride in rather r.n embarrassed state of mind, to say nothing of the mingled feelings of surprise nnd bewilderment of the other members of the bridal party and friends. Holli Mercer and Cousins are in the present congress, but the latter had rather talk on almost any subject than on certain incidents connects with the wedding of the gentleman from Nebraska. The Greatest Smokers. Caricaturists in depicting n Germnn are in the habit of putting n big pipe in his mouth. The pipe is national, indeed, but the Germans as a nation are far from LVing the greatest smokers. They do not siro1:e more thnn French men, r.usslans, Swedes or Hungarians. The men of the Coited States nnd the i.'.cn of Switzerland are the most in veterate smokers on earth. In these two countries the consumption of to bneeo per capita is three times greater than in Germany. At the same time, we also raise more tobacco than any other country on the globe. British India comes next, producing nearly as much ns we do. A Fiendish Deed. The murder of the queen of Corea is now known to have bem n most ntroclous one. After being tied hand : nd foot, oil was poured over her nnd then set afire. The murderers kept up the fire until the body was literally reduced to ashes. Several men. anil -nmrn :?.. -;) her 'ate.