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ITEMS OF INTEREST. Newsy Notes of Happenings Purely Local. Grist of Itcmltihlo rumicrupli Whlvli Should Not be Overlooked Uv our Hender U. S. Court adjourned Inst Saturday, Mrs. Win. Laiznre lias been quite ill at Iier residence for several days past. The Deep Down mine in tlio Mogollón has shut down hut will start again soon. Last Friday evening the Silver social club gave one of its regular club dances. The Virginia club gave a reception to their many friends last Thursday even ing. Quite a number of cattle have been sold on the Gila and Mangus for May shipment. The mining outlook for Grant county is better now than it has been for many months past. The Methodist .Sunday school contin ues to grow. Last Sunday's attendance was about 120. Fung Yuen & Co. chínese merchants have moved their stock of goods across the street into James Corbin building. The Misses Mathews now have thirty one little tots enrolled at their Kinder- garden school in the Treniont, and are doing nicely. The brick building on the corner of Yankee and Texas Btreets is lxing re paired and will be occupied by an en chilades stand. üorenstein Hros. are putting in a stock of groceries in the building ad joining their store, formerly occupied by a Chinese restnrant. Preaching services will lie held in Pinos Altos next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock Rev. A. A. Hyde going up from here for that purpose. . Last Saturday, in honor of Washing ton's birthday, the Silver social club gave a children's complimentary dance. There were about 150 in attendance. Mrs. Charley Ashton, on Tuesday evening of last week g.ive a reception to some of her friend . Kvery one express ed themselves in having a very enjoy able time. Married James Schoomaker and Emma K. Extkstine at the catholic church Thursday .afternoon at 4:i0 o'clock. Tiik Kacii.k extends its con gratulations. The Silver City folks who went to El Paso to see the prize fights returned sadder but wiser. They are not ho en thusiastic as they were ft couple of weeks uno over the ring. It is pretty generally known over the territory that no town in New Mexico, has better schools than Silver City and it may be said, also, that no town in the territory has better teachers. The time for tree planting is about here, and residents of Grant county ought to plant more trees this year than have ever been planted in any previous year. It always pajs to plant trees. C. P. Ilosecrans, formerly of this city, but who has been in California engaged in mining for several months, has ac cepted a position in the oflice of the United States marshal at Santa Fe. Considerable interest is being mani fested in Kallir corn, which has been so successfully raised in the Pecos valley. It would doubtless do well in this coun ty. Some of our enterprising ranchmen should try it. Last Saturday afternoon the junior ball nine went over to Ft. Bayard and played the I troop team with the usual result, a score of 17 to 18 in favor of the juniors. The fort nine will play over here next Sunday. A bridge across the Gila would Iks a great convenience to residents of this county who live on the other side of the river and might be a material help to our merchants who have business in- terest8 at Mogollón. I Pont fail to see "Faust" at the Mor rill Opera house this evening. Mr. lSeiinclt lias secured tins magnincent company at great exiiense and no one can afford to ni iss the opportunity to see "Faust" with all its scenic effects entire. Tickets on sale at Porterlleld's drug store. tion of the murderers of Colonel Foun t. in and son now aggregate $8,050 a follows: I'.y the governor, $500 each for the arrest of the murderers of Colonel Fountain, and $500 each for murderers of Henry Fountain; $5,000 additional subject to approval of legislature; Pona Ana county, $500; Hon. Ntima Heyniond, $100; citizens of Uoswell, $200; Masons, 500; Santa Fe Masons, $50. The re wards are exacted to reach $20,000 when all heard from. Cliuiigptl IliinilK, The Hincón Weekly which, since the disappearance of Capt. John P. Hyland, has lHen owned by a company of Kin- con people, changed hands last week. The first issue, under the management, of Fred. A. Anderson, U a great, im provement over former issues of the paper. The only objectionable feature we can discover about the. paper is its politics. . The Kouiitulu Myxtery. The murder of Col. A. J. Fountain and his little sou seems to be completely shrouded in mystery. About ten day ago it was thought that the place where Col. I'ountain and lus little son were murdered had been discovered. It was renoi ted that blood, portions of the colonel's brains and various other arti cles hud been found, but iqion a careful investigation it was shown that what wiu supposed tole blood was not blood at all and it turned out that nothing whatever had been found to indicate wheie ! i hi u tin n had men murdered or who c.mimitted the deed. li i-, thought now, however, that clue has U'cn found and the matter being worked up by persons who have gone at it in a systematic way. The re wards offered are sutlicient to enlist the services of men who are accustomed to work of this kind, and a man who is in a position to know what he is talking about fiiiys that lie is confident that the murderers will be captured within the next two months. The rewards for tlm arrest ami onnvic. TEN CENT STORE BOREKSTEIN BROS. PROPRIETORS. Dealers in dry goods ana clothing, LADIKS', gkxts' and CIIILPKKN S SMOliS. GLASS wAKK and ckockkry. On Bullurd St. Next Door To Oillett Son. Typewriters HAMMOND, BAR-LOCK AND DEXSihUlE.. NEW, ÍI00. DELIVERED ANYV'llEliK. SECOND HANI), Ski It Typewriters repaired; oí I vrie'i.n.vi t:(t;ru In trade for new typewriter or lilcyeles. Full line of supplies, EveryUdilff civir.iiilt-ed by us. PINNEY & ROBINSON. . Hlcycles, Typewriters and l'hoto Stock. 21 N. Second Ave. IMIHINIX. AUI.ONA lVlilWv1 IS7.