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THE EAGLE: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1895. PERSONAL PALAVER. Mention of People You Do and Do Not Know. Other IntereHtlng Matter Which Can He Kenl With Profit Ily All Our Townnpeople. Max Schutz was at Mogollón last week. Fine line of cigars at Bishop's post ofTice store. . 33 J. H. Bragaw was in the- city last Monday. T. N. Hawkins of Bear creek, was here last week. See the Cook Stoves and Ranges at Robinson's. John Allen was in from the Burros this week. New goods just received at Robin son's. Dr. C. T. Phillips has returned from a trip to Arizona. Best. Kansas patent flour for sale at Martin Mailer's. II. J. Hutchinson was over from Cen tral last Monday. Mrs. Keayes left, last Thursday morn ing, for Michigan. If you want a Parlor stove go to Rob inson's. II. FitzSimmons was here from Al- hambra this week. Fresh candies every day at Martin Maher's. N. 0. Dimmick was down from Pinos Altos last Monday. Wm. Swancoat was here from Han over last Thursday. Mrs. J. N. Upton was here from the Mimbres this week. Fine line of cutlery just received at Bishop's PDstoffice store. R. II. Speed was out to his ranch in Burro Ciénega this week. Don't read vour neighbor's paper but subscribe for Tub Eagi.r. Henry Young was here from his ranch near Fort Bayard thirweek. Fine line of Pocket and Table Cutlerv at St. George Robinson's. ' George Dickinson was in from his mine out in the Burros this week. Books, Stationery, Notions etc at the Postotfice Emporium. Baxter Bíshop. Mrs.Gurdon Bradley went to Lords burg yesterday to visit her brother. Fresh Strawberries every dav at the Postoffice Emporium. Baxtkr Bishop. Mrs. Swan was in from the Burros this week. She returned yesterday. Subscribers to Tim Eagle can get the World Almanac freo by paving a year's subscription in advance. Read the ad vertisement on another page. Rev. Edward S. Cross.of the Episcopal church, was at Deming last Sunday. The Eagi-e a year and the World Al manac for $2. Send in your subscrip tions. j, . W. A Heather is now discharging' the duties of postmaster out on the Gila. Mr. and Mrs. W. Lee Thompson were here last week visiting Mrs. M. A. Fiel der. Bring your job work to The Eagle of fice. It will be done neatly, promptly and at reasonable rates. T. J, Clark, justice of the peace and postmaster at Gila, was in town this week. R. S. Knight went to Carlisle yester day where he expects to remain for the present. Sim Eby, one of the substantial resi dents of the Mimbres valley ,was in town this week. Judge Bantz returned from Las Cru ces, where he had been holding court, last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dawson were here last week from Hanover. Mrs. Dawson will spend Easter here. Mrs. F. II. Siebold, of Deming, who has leen visiting Mrs. A. B. Laird re turned home yesterday. Mrs. Chas Frye, of Kansas City, ar rived here last week and is visiting her aunt, Mrs. John Kilburn. Send in your subscription to The &aoi,e and get the World Almanac free. See our offer on another page. Mrs. Fred Gusoskey, who has been visiting her mother here for a week, will return to Mogollón this week. The choicest, freshest and most com plete stock of candies and fruit in the city at Bishop's Postoffice store. Robert Black has gone to Las Cruces to attend a meeting of the lxiard of re gents of the agricultural college. Mrs. Howe, sister of Mrs. Martin Ma lier, who has leen visiting here for some time, returned home last week. Judge Bantz went to Las Vegas yes terday where he will hold court a week for Judge Smith, who is in California. County Treasurer Bolich returned to Deming last Wednesday. Mrs. Bolich, who came here with him, remained at the Grant county hospital for medical treatment. O. F. Zottman.repres'enting thoClark-Whitson-Leitch Music Co., of El Paso, is here this week on business. Dr. Bullock, a highly esteemed resi dent of Deming, died there last Wednes day. The remains were shipped east for interment. Miss Ida Hooker, who has been visit ing in Michigan, has returned and tier sister Hattiewho has been living in town, has gone out to the ranch with her. 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, Aaron Schutz, Proprietor. Clark Rodgers and wife were here from Lone Mountain last Saturday. Mr. Rodgers says that his fruit crop was practically ruined last Friday night. W. D. Jefferson, of Safford, Graham county, Arizona, an importer and breed er of pure Italian- bees, was hero last week. He lias sold bees and apiary sup plies to many residents of this section and parties who wish anything in his line would do well to correspond . with him. Subscribers who wish to take advan tage of our offer of the World Almanac free must send in their subscriptions lie-, fore May 1. No almanacs will lie sup plied after that date. S. W. Burdick lias taken charge of the dining room at the Broadway hotel. It was open to the public last Sundav morning under the name of the Broad way Cafe and will lie conducted in first class style. No Chinese help will he em ployed and the culinary department is being looked after by a eonijietent chef from Denver. For Hule Knnch. Ranch of 80 acres, patented and on record,50 acres tillable, 20 under cultiva tion, well water, houses and corral and all but 5 acres under fence. Good gov ernment land on three- sides. Price fftOO. Inquire at Eagle ollice. Broadway Hotel. NEWLY ..REFITTED and FUR NISHED THROUGHOUT. The niiiiiaguincnt of tills popular hotel luis lM'im rvsiiim'd hy Mrs. J. Black and tin; public will llnd It F1HST CLASH In every particular. Hroadway.Sllvur City, N. M. John Bhockman, Pres. Tilos. F. Conway, Vice Pres. J. W. Caktkii, Cashier 3539. The Silver City National Bant , SILVER CITY,N..M. CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $14,000. ' Advance mode on Gold and Silver Bullion ' DEPOSITS SOLICITED. EXCHANGE FOR SALE.