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THK EAGLE: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1895. PERSONAL PALAVER. Mention of People You Do and Do Not Know. Other Interesting Matter Whlnh Can He Iteml With Profit Hy All Our Townspeople. L. Botson is now selling goods at Gil lctt & Son's. Fresh candies every day at Martin Maher's. T. F. Farnsworth was up from Hnd- son this week. See the Cook Stoves and Ranges at Robinson's. J. W. Zollar8 was here last week on legal business. lee eold soda at Bishop's Postodice Emporium. Horace Hooker was in from the Man gas this week. Best Kansas patent flour for sale at Martin Maher's. Br. W. T. Williams has returned from a trip to Mogollón. Piano for sale. Trice $120. Inquire at The Eaule office. Miss Marjorie Raymond is here visit ing Mrs. A. P. Laird. Elegant Sunday dinners are nerved at the Broadway Cafe. L. Barber, of Fort Bayard, will soon wed a young lady from Texas. Bon't read your neighbor's paper but subsrrilx) for The Eaoi.e. Mrs. J. Black has gone down on the Mimbres for a few days on a visit. Con Whitehill keeps fine, fresh candv. Next door to the express office. B. T. Link spent a portion of last week on the Mimbres on business. Ice cream every day at Con Whitehill's, next door to the express office. John McMillen was in the city this week from his mill above Tinos Altos. Gasoline stoves.Ice cream freezers and Toultry nettings at Robinson's. George Sergeant, who was reported missing from Hanover, is at Mogollón. Miss Maude Knucky hns accepted a position in the Bank Building Bazaar. II. II. "Whitehill came up from .the Mimbres this week to remain a few days. C. F. Grayson, of the Silver City Na tional bank, went to New York last Fri day. S. B. Bishop, who has a sheep ranch near Mule springs, was in the city this week. Shi-riff Shannon went to Santa Fe on Monday. He will 1 back this after noon. Rev. Bovard, of the Methodist church, was here last Sunday and held quarterly meeting. Mrs. W. R. Hutchinson, of Central, will go to Colorado on a two months' visit in a few days. Canary and Mocking bird cages the only complete line in the city at Robin son's. J. N. Upton was in the city this week attending a meeting of the board of county commissioners. No Chinese help employed at the Broadway Cafe. It is first class in all its appointments. Mrs. Bradley and her son, who have been here visiting L. A. Skelly, have re turned to Santa Ana, Cal. Bring your job work to The Eaoi.e of fice. It will be done neatly, promptly and at reasonable rates. J. AV. Ilannigan came up from Dein ing this week to interview the court in the matter of Sunday fines. Take dinner at the Broadway Cafe next Sunday. The tables are supplied with the best in the market. Frank W. Tarker, one of the leading attorneys of the bar of this district, was over from Hillsboro last week. Invitations are out for the wedding of Br. R. F. Stovall, of Corralitos, Méx., to Miss Lenoir, of Georgetown. 0. C. Hinman has the sole agency for this section for the America Refrigerator the best made. Satisfaetiongparanteed, A dance wa given at Morrill hall on Monday evening as a farewell to J. M. Wallace and Harry Hazlewood. A. J. Clark came up from Beming last Sunday to attend a meeting of the board of county commissioners. Beautiful line of Suits at the Ten Cent Store. To make room for new goods, we offer clothing at 75 cents on the dollar. M. II. Twontey came in from the Bur ros last Saturday. He is in the employ of I he big mining company out there. Postmaster Skelly is out again and appears to be none the worse for the severe hemorrhages which he had re cently. J. T. Goane, after having lived several months in Beming, is back again and has accepted a jxisition in Link's meat market. R. C. Miller, who has leen duhled "Legal Tender", was in the city last Saturday. He says that he will have a good crop of fruit this year with the ex ception of peaches. INK UILDING I AZAAR. the fact that most foods have advanced in price, particularly Shoe Leather, we are still selling at THE EXTREMELY LOW FORMER PRI- We advise OUR CUSTOMERS to take advantage of it. Aaron Schutz. Broadway Hotel. NEWLY REFITTED and FUR NISHED THROUGHOUT. Sample room In connection with the Hotel. Fee Hits to and from Trains. A. ABRAHAM, Proprietor. Hi'iHulwny.SllverClty, N. M. Joun IWman, Pres. Tuos. 1 Conway, Vice Tres. J. W. Car, Cashier. 3539. The Sita City National Bat, SILVER CITY, N. M. CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $14,000. Aihanm made on CM ,vl Silver Bullion DEPOSITS SOLICITED. EXCHANGE FOR SALE.