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THK EAGLE: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12,
18ÜÜ.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Newsy Notes of Happenings Purely
Local.
A Grlt of Keaduble Paragraph! Whleli
Should Not be Overlooked
ltv our Readers
Rurglars broke into the warehouse of
M. V. Xeff, on Railroad street, last Sun
day night and, linding no "red hot"
stoves, took some cold ones. So far
not hint; else lias b.ien missed. Tracks
of one long pointed shoe and of another
very large and wide one indicate that
thotlieives were the same who hioke
into ami rohhed the depot freight house
a short time ago.
Horn At Silver Citv, X. M. February
9, 18. to the wife of James S. Fielder,
Esq. a son weight, 11 pounds.
Mother and child areibing nicely and
"Papa" Fielder is too proud and happy
for any words to express his eiufHition.
Mr. Fielder says that, his first liorn al
ready gives evidence of his future career
by the use he makes of his lungs; and
that, in the cries which disturb the
peaceful rest of "Pater families," the
familiar '-.May it please the court," and
'Gentlemen oí I he jury," are easily
distinguishable.
Revival services begin at the Metho
dist Episcopal church next. Sunday.
Rev. Mr. Hyde preaches theopening ser
mon from lio-cu 10: 12 in the morning.
Rev. l'mi'. Sel by has kindly consented
to preach the second sermon if the ser
vice Sunday n'ghi. Rev. L. Mysonhimer
of St. Louis, w I occupy the pulpit Mon
day night and every succeeding evening
except Saturdays until further notice.
All the HMiple, strangers ami residents
are invited to attend these aervices.
The Eaci.k was justified in cautioning
miners agaiiiKt ribbing to the reported
gold find on lilue creek, in Arizona un
til further information was at hand. It
is now learned from Mr. Homier, of
Lone Mountain, who is an experienced
prospector and reliable man, and who
relumed from there last Saturday, that
there is no foundation for the marvel
ous stories which have Wen published
about finding gold there. He says that
from the only place where on has been
found samples, taken by him and
others, failed to show a color of gold in
a pan and assays, also, demonstrate
thnt the stuff is valueless.
HAMMOND,
BAR-LOCK AM)
DENSMORE.
NEW, $100. DELIVERED ANYWHERE.
SKt'ONI) HAND, $10 TO $;.V
Typewriters reptil red; old mncbliics taken
In trade for new typewriters or bicycles.
I Full line of supplies. Everything Kiiariiiiteed
by us.
IMNNKY & ROMNvSON,
Hlcycles. Typewriters and l'lioto Slock.
2tN. Hecond Ave. I'IKENIX. ARIZONA.
Established Wi.
Chinese New Year today.
St. Valentine's day Friday.
United States court in session.
IÍ.T. Link has closed his meat market.
Prize fight near Kl Paso day after
tomorrow?
The A. O. U. V. grand ball and ban
quetFriday night.
A combined comshellur and grinder
w as icceived here yesterday and taken
out to Cliff, for the (.la Farm company.
Still ihe demand for residence proper
ty for renlal in this city is in excess of
the supply. Somebody should build
more bouses.
The city authorities should provide
some means of draining Texas street tit
the corner of Broadway, after the En
terprise otlice nuisance has been abated.
The United States government has charges are entirely baseless
City marshal Kilburn is again working
a gang of county prisoners on the streets,
which will probably be kept up for next
two months. Work is now being done
on a covered drain to carry off the water
from the Enterprise otlice, used in the
water motor running the press in that of
fice. A much needed improvement.
James R. P.rcnt is the guard in charge
of the prism ers.
The Lnrdshurg Literal goes out of its
way to cast a slur upon Kx governor
Ross, secretary of Ihe hiircin of immi
gration an. I, became thai ollicial had
written lo tico. Y. Miles to furnish data
for the new mining pamphlet, accuses
him of making "a ftrnily affair" of that
bureau. The writer knows that Mr.
Miles is only one of many in this county
to whom Governor Ross has written for
such information and the Liberal's
rented the Grant county court house
here for a term of years at an annual
rental of $."00.00, for holding the U. S.
court of this district.
A Mexican circus has been holding
forth here for the pint week Sunday
included. There being some criticism
of the parade they are permitted to in
dulge in on Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Posey won the Columbia bicycle
at the radio last Saturday night, at
Porlerlield's Harry Kelly throwing the
lucky number, 4L Vic. CuIIhtsou got
the Crescent wheel on a throw of 18.
The literary society of the Normal
school bad a very interesting public
meeting last Saturday night, and gave
a very creditable entertainment. Friends
of I he school now look forward with a
great ileal of pleasure to these meetings.
In the U. S. court on Monday, Elajar
es Castrillo was tried upon a charge of
bigamy, she having married a colored
man here, last September and a former
marriage in Mexico having never been
annulled. She was found guilty and
sentenced to serve two years in the pen
itentiary and pay a Hue of $100.
The Si ntiml-Enterprin -Headlight
war is becoming interesting. Sir Allan
H. Macdouald denies the charge of the
Enterprise that he offered the support
of the Sentinel to A. 11. Laird for a
money consideration, over his signature
A game of base bad was played last
Sunday, lietween the Normal school
nine and the Club House nine, aliove
town and I he latter organization was
"not in it." The noted players Mike
Rose and M. C. Williams came up from
Petning to assist Ihe Club House nine,
but. their services were of no avt II
against the "kids." The score was re
jKirted as something Iikc2(t to one in
favor of thetchool boys. A regular club
will now 1 organized, and Silver City
will lie ready to cross bats with Ihe liest
clubs in the territory. The Normal
school nine will play against a nine of
I Troon at Fort. Ihivard. next Sundav
week.
Jaikson Agee and Miss Elnora Alex
ander will le married, at the residence
of the bride's parents, in this city, at
8 o'clock this evening, by Rev. A. A.
Hyde. Only the members of the fami
lies and a few of the most intimate
friends have been invited to witness the
ceremony. Mr. Agee is one of Silver
City's most Mipular young and success
ful business men lieing a inemlier of
the well known drug tirm oí W. L. Jack
son & Co. Miss Alexander is a young
lady, who is possessed of all the woman
ly attributes which attract a man seek
ing a true helpmate for life, and in w in
ning her Mr. Agee has secured a prize.
Tiik Eacii.k tenders in advance congrat
ula doubtle leaded denialjn the editorial i illations and wishes the contracting
column. The eervicos of the allldavit ' parties the fulHIhnent of every hope and
man will now 1h) invoked. wish in mame . life.

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