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THE KAULK: WEDNESDAY, MAY 25), 1895. PERSONAL PALAVER. Mention of People You Do and Not Know. Do Other Intereftting Matter Which Can Head With Troflt ny All Our TowiiHpeople. lie M. Cravens was in last week. I. Brown was down to Domine last Sunday. Fresh candies every day at Martin Malier's. D. Dennett was over from Central last Monday. Seo the Cook Stoves and Ranges at Robinson's. Ed. Elrage was in from the Mangas last week. Henry Miller was in from the Gila last week Tom Stockton was in from the Gila last week. Lem Childers paid Silver City a visit last week. Arthur Clark was here from the Gila last week. Ice cold soda at Bishop's Postoffice jMiiponum. Dr. Hollingsworth was up from Dem ing last week. Best Kansas patent flour for sale at JMartin Maher a. John Wilson made a visit to the eo'in ty seat last week. AV. A. Lucas was over from Fort Bay ard last Saturday. Ladies' Oxford ties liist received at the Ten Cent Store. J. Rutherford was in from the Gila few days last week. John Head was down from . Pinos Altos last Monday. Piano for sale. Price $125. Inquire at Tub Eagle ollice. Calvin Culbertson was in from the II. W. ranch last week. . Elegant Sunday dinners are served at the Broadway Cafe. C. F. Grayson went down to Brock man's ranch last week. Lige Connors was in from Carlisle last week on court business. Don't read xour neighlior'B paper but subscribe for The Eagle. Mike Downes was here last week with some cattle for shipment. J. A. Mahoney was up from Deming last week on court business. Joe Kelly was up from Deming last week in attendence at court. Stylish summer goods cheap for cash at the Bank Building Bazaar. Col. J. P. McGrorty was here from Deming last week as a witness in some cases from Deming. James Head was among the cattlemen who were in town last week. Dress coods at prices to suit the times at the Bank Building Bazaar. Rev. Edward S. Cross is in the Mogol lón country holding services. Mrs. E. A. Shannon went down to Munson's ranch last Saturday. Sam Sloan is in the city this week from hia ranch on Blue Creek. Con Whitehill keens fine, fresh candv. Next door to the express ollice. Horace Hooker, one of the Gila valley stockmen, was in town last week. Ice cream every day at Con Whitehill's. next door to the express ollice. Robert Evans has so far recovered as to be able to be out on the streets. Gasoline stoves. Ice cream freezers and Poultry nettings at Robinson's. Judge Seaman Field was up from Dem ing last week in attendance at court. Buy your furnishing eoods cheat) for cash at the Bank Building Bazaar. J. D. Lincoln was down from Pinos Altos in attendence at court last week. Mrs. J. A. Wolford was in the city from Lone mountain last Wednesday. Gaton Petty has been here for sever al days from Doming on legal business. Thomas Lyons came in from the While house last week to attend court. M. W. McGrath came over from Lordsburg last Friday on legal business. Have you seen the sateens at ten cents a yard at the Ten Cent Store? If not call and see thenj. John Burnside came up from Deming this week to look in on the court. Canary and Mocking bird cages the only complete line in the city at Robin son's. M. D. Roberts, of Sopar, was here last week, having been summoned on the on clothing have been marked down to bed rock at the Bank Building iiazaar. Pinito Pino is among the familiar figures at the court house this term of court. No Chinese . help employed at the Broadway Cafe. It is first class in all its appointments. All goods are leing sold on very small margins by Aaron Schutz at the Bank Building Bazaar. Ed. Lane, one of the jolliest cowboys in the county, was in the city last week. The latest styles of straw hats just re ceived at the Bank Building Bazaar. Miss Gertrude Scott will soon go out to the mouth of the Mangas to teach school. Call at the Bank Building Bazaar and examine goods and prices. It is to your interest to do this. . G. W. Vera, more familiarly known as "Coal Oil Johnny" was in the city last week. Bring your job work to The Eaoi.e of fice. It will be done neatly, promptly and at reasonable rates. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Cornell were here last week from Fort Bayard on legal business. Take dinner at the Broadway Cafe next Sunday. The tables arc supplied with the best in the market. Frank Harper was here last week from his ranch near the mouth of the Mangas. 0. C. Ilinman has the sole agency for this section for the America Refrigerator, the best made. Satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. M. A. Fielder and Mrs. W. L. Thompson came in from the Mimbres last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fleishman of Doming, are the guests of Mrs. George Selby of this city. Thomas Hall returned last week from a trip to Kansas where he had been with a shipment ot cattle. Spring and summer clothing at the Rank Building Iiazaar at prices that will suit. Call and examine. It will pay you. Mrs. J. P. Byron, wife of Postmaster Byron, of Doming, and her sister, Mrs. B". E. Meredith, were here last week. John llackoy, who has lieen to Texas on a combined business and pleasure trip, returned last week. He says that cattle are being shipped out of the state in large numliers. Broadway Hotel. NEWLY REFITTED and FUR NISHED THROUGHOUT. Siitnple room In connection with the Hotel. Feo Has Ui mul from Trains. A. ABRAHAM, Proprietor. Rmadwtiy.Sllvpr City, N. M. Joiix Bhockman, Pres. Thos. F. Conway, Vice Pres. 3539. J. W. Caiitku, Cashier. The Silver City National Bank SILVER CITY, N. M. CAPITAL $50,000. . SURPLUS $14,000. Advance made on Gold and Silvcv Bullion. DEPOSITS SOLICITED. EXCHANGE FOR SALE.