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THE EAGLE: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1895. PERSONAL PALAVER. Mention of People You Do and Do Not Know. Other Interesting Mutter Which Clin Ite KcikI With l'rofit Hy All Our Townspeople. AV. H. Jack was nt Las Vegas last week. New goods just received at Robin son's. W. D. Duke was up from Deining last week. If you want a Parlor stove go to Rob inson's. R. P. Hart was here from Lordslmrg last week. Fresh candies every day at Martin Maher's. Mrs. Fielder went out to the Mimbres last week. See the Cook Stoves and Ranges at Robinson's. Clarence Bayne is back from a trip to the Mogollón. Fine line of cigars at Bishop's post olliee store. :t:i II. Fit.Simnions was in from Alham bra this week. liest Kansas patent Hour for sale at Martin Maher's. Alvah Mason was down from Pinos Altos last Monday. Faster Hats and Bonnets today at Gilbert's. Prices, to suit all. Miss Cora Derbyshire is here from Pinos Altos on a visit. Rev. and Mrs. Fitch left for the east last Saturday morning. Don't read vour neighbor's paper but suhscrilte for Tub Eaoi.h. M. II. Twomey has gone out to the new camp at White Signal. Fine line of Pocket and Table Cutlery at St. George Robinson's. J. X. Upton rame in from his ranch on the Mimbres this week. Easter Hats and Bonnets today at Gilbert's. Prices to suit all. P. J. Dodd and Fred Shelton will soon start out on a prospecting trip. Mrs. C. II. Fox was in town this week visiting Mrs. S. S. Derbyshire. United States Attorney Money arrived in the city last Sundav afternoon. George. D. Lincoln, une of the legal lights of P inos Altos wuh here lust Mon day. Hooks, Stationery, Notions etc at the Postotliee EiiiNrium. Baxtkh Bishop, Assessor Childers was at. Deining last week rounding up the taxpayers of that place. Faster Hals and Bonnets today at Gilbert's. Prices to suit all. Mrs. J. English and daughter Jennie were down from Pinos Altos last Thurs day. Don : H. Kcdzic, editor of the Western Liberal, was over from Lordsburg last week. Lloyd Payne, brother of Mrs. Gurdon Bradley, was in the city from Lordsburg last week. Harry Booth, who has been in Kansas I City for some time, arrived in the city last week. Misses Amelia and Mary Ott, who; have lcen to Denver on a visit, reflirned ! last Thursday. J. L. Vaughn, one of the staunch demo- j erats of the Mimbres valley, was in town this week. Mr. and Mrs. James S. Fielder re turned from their wedding trip last Sat urday afternoon. Bring your job work to Tun Eaoi.e of fice. It will be done neatly, promptly and at reasonable rates. Rev. Edward S. Cross, of the Episco pal church here, will lecture at Deining next. Saturday evening. The celebrated Wilson Heaters, the most economical Heating Stove manu factured, can le found only at Neff's. Call and see them. Tom Boone, who went to Oklahoma from this place some months ago, re turned last Sunday afternoon. Easter Hats and Bonnets today at Gillicrt's. Prices to suit all. Send in your subscription to Tin; Eaoi.e and get the World Almanac free. See our offer on another page. Mayor Fleming returned last Saturday from a trip in the northern part of the territory inspecting coal mines. The choicest, freshest ami most com plete stock of candies and fruit in the city at Bishop's Postollice store. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. ltolich came up from Peniing last week. Mrs. Bolich is here undergoing medical treatment. Fresh Strawberries every day at the Postollice Emporium. Baxtku Bishop, Mrs. Amelia Donohoe, sister of Mrs. J. L. Vaughn, who is visiting her sister on the Mimbres was here this week. Library Lamps, Banquet Lamps ami a large variety of Plain and Ornamental Lamps, at lower prices than can be tound elsewliere, at Xell s. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Rodgers were in from Lone mountain last Saturday. District Attorney Harllee went to Las Cruces last Thursday where he had some important legal business to attend to. The Eaoi.e a year and the AVorld Al manac for $2. Send in your subscrip tions. S. S. Brannin came in from the Sap ello last Sunday afternoon to attend the meeting of the lward of county commis sioners. Easter Hats and Bonnets today at Gilbert's. Prices to suit all. John A. Moses, who has been in the employ of the Lyons & Campbell Ranch and Cattle Company, has resigned his position and will probably go to St. Louis. Subscribers to The Eaoi.e can get the World Almanac free by paying a year's subscription in advance. Read the ad vertisement on another page. R. II. Speed was out on the Mimbres last week. He says that fruit raisers on the river are looking for a good fruit crop this year from Brockman's up to the mill. We have marked down all our goods to suit the present times, and invite cash purchasers to call and convince them selves that thev will save from 25 to 50 per cent, over former prices. Bank Building Bazaar, A akos Sciiivrz, Proprietor. Commissioner Clark came up from Deining last Sunday to attend the meet of the l)oard of county commissioners this week. The high winds at Deming last week blew off his whiskers and some of his old friends here did not recognize him. I'nr Sule Kiuieh. Ranch of 80 acres, patented and on record ,50 acres tillable, 20 under cult iva tion, well water, houses and corral and all but 5 acres under fence. Good gov ernment land on three sides. Price sflioO. Inquire at Eaoi.e oilice. Broadway Hotel. NEWLY REFITTED and FÜR . NISIIEI) THROUGHOUT. The niaiiioti'iiii'iil of this popular lintel luis liccii resumed by Mis..!. Murk anil t ho pulillewMI Hint U FIRST CLASS In every pa rile ill nr. llriiiidway.Silver Cllv. X. M. John Bikm kmax, Pres.- Tuos. F. Conway, Vice Pres. J. W. Caktkii, Cashier 3539. He Silver City National Bank SILVER CITY, N. M. CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $14,000. Atlrmire mude on (lohl and Silver Bullion. DEPOSITS SOLICITED. EXVUASGE FOR SALE.