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THE EAGLE: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1894. PERSONAL PALAVER. Mention of People You Do and Do Not Know. Other Interextlng Matter Which Can Be Read With Profit liy All Our Townspeople. J. N. Upton was in the city this week. Xmas goods are arriving at Porter field's. Mrs. T. K. Shine, of Lordsburg, is in the city. If yon want a Tartar stove go to Rob inson's. Prof. Miles went to Las Cruces last Monday. Don't read our neighbor's paper but subscrilte for The Eagle. Col. II. L. Pickett has returned from a trip to Socorro. Christmas goods are coming in every dav at the Postoflice Store. B. T. Link. Mrs. Shipley has returned from a visit to Chicago. Picture Books and Story Books for Christmas presents at W. L. Jackson & Co's. J. B. Gilchrist was over from Hanover lust, week. Big Dolls and Little Dolls for the big and little girls at AV. L. Jackson & Co's Sim Ilolstein was in from the Mimbres last week. Fresh candies every day at. Martin Maher's. E. M. Young has returned from a short trip to Texas. Dolls for all the girls at Porterfield's. Mike Fleming was in town from the Gila this week. See the Cook Stoves and Ranges at Robinson's. A. G. Hood and family expect to go to Denver to spend the holidays. Elegant Toilet Sets at AV. L. Jackson & Co's. Baylor Shannon, sheriff elect of this county, was in town this week. Toys for all the Itoys at Porterfields. Judge Bail has returned from a trip to Las Cruces and Albuquerque. Yioletta is the best 5c. cigar in -town. B. T. Link keeps them. ló.tf. T. F. Farnsworth was in town this week from Hudson. New goods just received at Robin son's. District Attorney Bell went to Las Cruces this week on legal .business. Our line of Filigree Souvenir Spoons and novelties in Filigree Jewelry and Onyx Goods are out of sight. C. M. Nolan, Mgr., Opposite Postollice." George White, who has been in Texas some months, returned to Silver City last Thursday. Fine line of Pocket and Table Cutlery at St. George Robinson's. First class household furniture for sale cheap. Inquire at this oflice. Rev. Bovard, of Albuquerque, was here and held services in the Methodist church last Sunday. Lost On Yankie street between the Old Man corral and Texas street, a pair of gold riin glasses with chain attached. Leave at this ofiice and receive reward. For Sale, A brick house with six rooms. Appiy to St. George Robinson, Miss Mudge, who has been here on a visit to her brother, J. II. Mudge, has returned to her home in Kansas. Bring your job work to The Eagle of fice. It will be done neatly, promptly and at reasonable rates. McEwen is taking orders for Christ mas turkeys. Call and leave orders. Pete Spence, who is well known in this section, was pardoned out of the Yuma penitentiary recently. Leave your orders for Christmas tur keys at McEwens. Toy Wagons for girls and boys at W. L. Jackson & Co's. Robert Black went to Las Cruces this week to attend a meeting of the board of regents of the agricultural college. We wish to remind the ladies that we are still in the lead in millinery goods. Max Sciiutz. Leave your orders for Christmas Tur keys at Jones's meat market. Mr. and Mrs. Will Shine have returned to Lordsburg from California where they have been visiting for some weeks past. Christinas goods nicer and cheaper than ever at Porterfield's. The finest line of Imported and Do mestic Cigars in the city, at Nolan's op osite Post Ollice. Mine Inspector Fleming has been ab sent for several days in the northern part of the territory on ollicial business. Our hand made Cream Candies anil Tallies are the finest. Made twice a week. Nolan's, opposite postoflice. Turkeys, Oysters, Celery and Cran berries for Christinas dinner at Jones's. Send in your orders early. Mrs. Wells, sister of John Kilburn, was here from El Paso this week. The celebrated Wilson Heaters, the most economical Heating Stove manu factured, can be found only at Neff's. Call and see them. James Mattocks was here from George town last Saturday. We make no special prices on any par ticular line of goods. Everything in stock has been reduced in price for Xmas and New Year. Max Sniurz. I have the exclusive sale of George KindePs Comforters, equal to Down aiid at one half the cost. Size six by seven fwt. O. C. Hixmax. Sheriff Laird went to Santa Fe last week with two prisoners for the territo rial penitentiary. Handsome holiday presents for every body at AV. L. Jackson & Co's. The place to get the celebrated Ber wick Bay Oysters and Choice Fruits is at Nolan's, opposite postollice. Barney O'Hara and wife have gone to Springfield, Ohio. They expect to spend the winter in the Buckeye state. Library Lamps, Banquet Lamps and a large variety ot Plain and Ornamental Lamps, at lower prices than can lie found elsewhere, at Neff's. The Postollice Store will have the largest line of choice candy and fruit in town for the Christmas trade. Call and take a look before buying. B. T. Link George Bell, S. II. McAninch, Harry Loosley and Clarence Bayne were down to Lake Palomas last week on a hunting trip. Foil Runt A handsomely furnished house of five rooms. Apply to Mrs. M. A. Fielder. Ross Tliomas, who has the contract for supplying poles for the Silver City and Mogollón telephone line, was in town last week. We had rather lose $ 10,000 than carry over too many heavy weight goods into spring. That is why we sacrifico every thing lietween this and February 1st 1895. Come early to avoid the rush. Max Sciiutz. Rev. AV. K. Lloyd, formerly pastor of the Episcopal church here, but moro re cently of Deining, has gone to Texas to accept a new pastorate. The new Free Silver restaurant, next door to Speed's meat market, has just opened. Everything about the place is bright, new and cleanly. Special atten tion given to ladies and family parties. Oysters, fish, game and all delicacies of the season constantly on hand. 4t Miss Maude Knuckey, who has been attending the normal school here, re turned to her home in Georgetown last Saturday on account of the illness of her mother. Li Hung Chang received his Eagle on the battlefield, and seeing Max's Wine ad. at 25 cents a bottle, ordered a whole train load. But we will sell what we have left for Xmas and New Year at 25 cents a bottle, all our leading brands Claret, Zinfandel, Port, Sherry and An gelica. Max'Sciiutz. S. Bresler, one of the earliest settlers in Deming, but who recently liecamo a resident of Mogollón, was here last week to meet his wife. They went to Mogol lón last Saturday. A I'reHiMit or Fifty Dollar. I will give on February first to some church or charitable institution of Sil ver City a present of fifty dollars in cash. Customers purchasing merchandise, gro ceries included, of me and paving cash for same will have one vote for' each dol lar's worth of goods purchased and the institution having ho largest vote at the time mentioned w.ll get the money. A.utox Sciirrz.