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THE EAGLE: WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1895. PERSONAL PALAVER. Mention of People You Do and Do Not Know. Other Interesting Matter Which Can He Koail With Profit Ily All Our Townspeople. Mrs. G. W. Bailey is ill. Thomas J. Clark is in from the Gila. New goods just received at Robin son's. N. A. Bolich was up from Deming last Saturday. If you want a Parlor stove go to Rob inson's. C. M. Foraker was in from the Burros last week. Fino line of cigars at Bishop's post office store. 33 John Corbett was up from Deming last week. Fresh candies every day at Martin Maher's. F. M. Galloway came in from Tulloch's last Monday. Best Kanpas patent flour for sale at Martin Maher's. Cyril Byrne was here last week from Warm springs. Albert Lindauer came up from Dem ing last Monday. Ben Taylor was in the city last week from the Mimbres. See the Cook Stoves and Ranges at Robinson's. Max Schutz returned from a business trip east this week. Piano for sale. Price $125. Inquire at The Eaoi.e office. Mrs. J. D. Lee was in the city laBt week from the Gila. Elegant Sunday dinners are served at the Broadway Cafe. Wm. Stockton was in town last week from Mule Springs. John J. Bell was at Hillslwro last week attending court. Mr. Conrad, of Hudson, is here for a few days on business. W. II. Durkee was in last Saturday from Lone Mountain. Johnny Moses left for St. Louis last week to attend school. S. A. Alexander is in from the new camp out in the Burros. Fine line of cutlery just received at Bishop's l'DStolIice store. Don't read our neighbor's paper but subscrilie for Tiik Kaoi.e. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Murray were over from Central last Monday. . Fine line of Pocket and Table Cutlery at St. George Robinson's. Harry and Wayne Whitehill came up from the Mimbres last week. G. W. Vera, who has been out at White Signal, came in last Saturday. Buy your furnishing goods cheap for cash at the Bank Building Bazaar. Capt. Yogel was in from the turquoise mines in the Burros last week. The latest styles of straw hats just re ceived at the Bank Building Bazaar. George Dickinson was in from the Burro mountain mines lapt week. The Bank Building Bazaar, Broadway, Main and Texas streets, is the place to buy your goods. Judge Boles, a prominent resident of Fort Smith, Ark., was here last week. Fresh Strawberries every day at the Postoffice Emporium. Baxter Bishop. Sapp & Hanness, who are operating at Paschal, were in town last Saturday. All goods are being sold on very small margins by Aaron Schutz at the Bank Building Bazaar. Noah Climo and wife, of Pinos Altos, came down last Friday to attend the ball. House and four lots in Black's addi tion for sale cheap. Inquire at The Eaoi.e office. H. H. Whitehill, who has been out on the Mimbres for a number of weeks, is in town. Book, Stationery, Notions etc at the Postolliee Emporium. Baxter Bishop. Judge Poterfield returned this week from the east where he has been for sev eral weeks. No Chinese help employed at the Broadway Cafe. It is first class in all its appointments. Mayor Fleming returned from a trip through the northern part of the terri tory last week. Bring your job work to The Eaoi.e of fice. It will be done neatly, promptly and at reasonable rates. Norman Prongcr was in from the Young ranch to attend the Odd Fellows' ball last Friday. A dollar saved is a dollar made. Save your dollars by buying your goods for cash at the Bunk Building Bazaar. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Elrage, of the Man gas, were here last week and attended the Odd Fellows' ball. Take dinner at the Broadway Cafe next Sunday. The tables are supplied with the best in tho market. Jack Wellington, one of the wool growers of this county, was here last week from Carlisle. The choicest, freshest and most com plete stock of candies and fruit in the city at Bishop's Postoffice store. Oliver Williams arrived from Mem phis, Tenn.,last Friday on a visit to his sister, Mrs. A. J. Loomis. Spring and summer clothing at the Bank Building Bazaar at prices that will suit. Call and examine. It will pay you. Miss Minnie Schutz arrived from Las Vegas last Saturday on a visit to her parents before leaving for Europe. O. C. Hinman has the sole agency for this section for the America Refrigerator, the best made. Satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. P. P. Whitehill returned from a visit to Chicago last week. She lias been visiting her son, Frank Whitehill. Mrs. Wm. Shine and Miss Muntz, who havo been visiting at Munson's for a couple of weeks, returned to Lords burg this week. Cash purchasers will find it to their advantage to buy dry goods, lxots and shoes and notions of Aaron Schutz at the Bank Building Bazaar. A. Miller, the photographer, will leave in a few days for Mogollón where he will take photographs of all the good looking folks. Ladies' dress goods, sateens, lawns, percales and other spring and summer goods received this week at the Bank Building Iiazaar. It. II. Speed came in from his ranch last Monday. He says that water is get ting low but that cattle look fairly well out in the Gold Hill region. Mrs. E. A. Shannon, mother of Sheriff Baylor Shannon, has arrived from Tex as and will remain here for the present. She resided hero for some years when C. M. Shannon, the present collector of internal revenue for this district, was a resident of Silver City. Broadway Hotel. NEWLY REFITTED and FUR NISHED THROUGHOUT. Sample room In connection with tho Hotel. Fee lius to and from Trains. A. ABRAHAM, Proprietor. Rnmdway.Sllver City, N. M. John Brockmax, Pres. Tuos. F. Conway, Vice Pres. J. W. Carter, Cashier 3539. The Sita City National Bank, SILVER CITY, N. M. CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS 814,000. Advances made on Gold and Silrev Bullion. DEPOSITS SOLICITED. EXCHANGE FOR SALE.