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TIIK KAÍiLK: WEDNESDAY, JL'LY 22, tH.
3 ITEMS OF INTEREST. Newsy Notes of Happenings Purely Local. Grist of lUaclalile l'HrHRrRjiln WliWIi Slioulil Not le Overlooked lty our KeadiT The cunip meeting un the Mimbres closed last Sunday. The Timmer House dining room lias been reopened again by Charlie Uann. The bicycle parade was not a great success last .Saturday, as a Hood came down ami made the slreets qiiile muddy. There will be no services at the .Pipis copal church, next Sunday as the Hec tor will be at Mogollón, whh Bishop Kendrick. The Southern hotel dining room has been reopened by Mrs. M. C. Williams. She lias American ccoks, and makes a specialty of Sunday dinners. week, will return to hold services as usual next Sundav. Ail are invited to morning and evening services. The board of county commissioners will have a meeting next Monday, to hear complaints from property owners, ami further consider cases under advis lnent. At I'orieilield's bicycle raffle last Sat urday night II. J), liilherl threw 41 for high winning ttie $70.00 wheel and.( Karnest Cutidero threw 18 for low which took the fiO.OO wheel. Fruit will he even better in northern New Mexico than last year, when there was a large crop. The wool crop is somew hat short, hut even that is better than was predicted some weeks ago. The sale of the Atlantic & Pacific liailroad under foreclosure proceedings, w hich was scheduled to take place on the iih, has been posponed until July 28th and will be verv likely again be put off. A very pleasent parly .vas given last Saturday, evening in honor of the 1 8th birthday of Will Rivers at the resilience ot his parents, (.inte a numlier were present and a most enjoyable time was had A dance is to be given by the Hon. Mr. Jeffors, at White Signal, on the 31st of July 18. All are cordially invited. A good time is expected, as this to lie the tirst dance ever given in that neighbor-hood. Conductor Mcllugh, who runs on the passenger between this place and Kl Taso, received ft message at Pciuing last Friday that his family hud been in creased by two boys since his train left Kl Paso Friday morning. Last Saturday evening Dr. Williams, Major Fleming, A. J. Long and A. S. White went to Tinos Alios to organize a Bryan club. They made speeches in the school house and had a rousing lime, organizing a club with 00 members. The club house liase hall nine, will go lowu to El I'aso, Friday to play two games with the El I'aso nine, Saturday and Sunday. The same nine that played the Browns on the tilth will go low n. The El I'aso nine will play two return game here in about two weeks. Large floods washed out a bridge on the Santa Fe between Whitewater and Hudson, and the t rain w hich left here Sunday morning had to lay ovtr at Hudson, until Monday ut If o'clock in the afternoon. No mail was received here Sunday. The tirst train through arrived here Monday evening. Judge Ginn, w ho has been idcniiliel with the republican party of Grant county fur rears, luis joined the local Bryan clnli and last week made a rous ing speech in fnyor of the election of Bryan to the presidency. Judge (iinn is a close observer ami w hen such a man changes political front, it may be relit d upon that there is good reason for chang ing. Married Miss Emma Bunker, ami Oliver C. Lai.ure at the resilience of the brides parents on the Mimbres his! Sun day evening, by Key. Clayton, ot Alb.i (pieniiie. The bride is well known in this city, and is loved and respected by The groom has been a resident of NOTICE. Teachers examination will be held at the Public School building Silver City N. M. on Thursday, Friday and Satur day Aug. Hth, 7ih, and 8th, ISM, com mencing al 9 a. m. sharp. We desire to call the attention of school directora ami teachers to the fact that school certificates are limited. All certificated issued prior to May 1895 date from that time. First grade certifi cates are good for two years from date of issue, second and third grade for one rear. B. T. Link, Supt of School. Miss. M. H. Kokiii.kk, Mus. V. L. Jackson, See. TEN CENTSTORE BORENSTEIN BROS. PROPK1KTOKS. üewlers in -DKY GOODS lililí CLOTH 1 NO, ladies', cents' ami children's shoes, class WAKE ami CKOCKEKY. On tíullai'J St. Next Door To Gillelt & Sin. Fargo's $2.50 nf ihis city the most of his lile ami is highly respected. Tiik Eaui.K with their host of friends offers its congratulations. Quite n excitement win cau-ed last ÍIlfiitT'i:'' ftS ' A Wednesday afternoon by the news thai; .4PL..-. a mexican had killed his wife at Frank 'fjWgj' 'Vy ; Silver's place about six miles above '. town. Sheriff Shannon ami several 'yl'ySf others, left immediately for the scene, ('hAÍ "vY" the woman was only injured not fat inly Her husband, an Indian, named Yim cente Tribiso, became angry at some family matter and seized a heavy piece of iron and hit his w il'e over the head. He tied to the hill and the sheriff win unable capture him. Porterlields. II 144 Hill Oil.l.l tMM UM ...Shoes... C. H. FARGO & CO. nri. lsa-200 MARKtT IT. CHICAOC For Sale by C.C. Shoemaker YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE. T ilpirp to infnrin von tlmt lnivitiL' ntirchascri the slock, lixtures, etc. of Mr. .1. A. Kcniini's, Watchmaker ami Jeweler, I will continue th business at the same place. A select line of W ATCllES, JEW r,LKi r-iu. utrrieu. I make a SPECIALTY of FINE WATCH UEI'AllUNii ami wil. appreciate a trial and will guarantee satisfaction. Very Trulv, J. R. HICKS. \n\n Kev. Mr. Hyde is in Mogollón Jiis