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TUB EA(jl LE : WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1!, 11(95. PERSONAL PALAVER. Mention of People You Do and Do Not Know. Other InterpHtliiB Mutter Which Cnn He Koncl With Profit Hy All Our Townspeople. Dick Hudson was down to Scpar lust week. Mrs. Shine came over from Lordsburg last week. Nick Gallos was here from Hillsboro last week. John Moss was in from the Mangas last week. Peter Hall was in from Tine Ciénega last week. Fresh candies every day at Martin Malier's. N. Bell, of Pinos Altos, was down to Doming last week. See the Cook Stoves and Ranges at Robinson's. Nat Hicks was here last week from his ranch on the Mimbres. Tee cold soda at Bishop's Postoflicc Emporium. Father Moran, of the Catholic chunh, was at Doming last week. Best Kansas patent flour for sale at Martin Malier's. Mrs. James S. Fielder spoilt a few days last week on the Mimbres. Elegant Sunday dinners are served at the Broadway Cafe. W. N. Stephens was here from Pinns Altos on business last week. Don't read our neighbor's paper hut subscribe for The Eaoi.k. Mr. and Mrs. A. McGregor were here from Georgetown last week. Con Whitehill keeps fine, fresh candy. Next door to the express office. Dr. Gilbert has gone out to the Gila hot springs for a short outing. Ice cream every day at Con WhiteliiU's next door to the express oflice. F. J. Davidson was down from Pinos Altos last. Saturday on business. Gasoline stoves, Ice cream freezers and rouitry ncitings at Kolnnson's. Henry Essinger, of Las Vegas, arrived here on a business trip last Friday. II. B. Holt, court stenographer, re turned to Las Cruces last Thursday. W. B. Walton, clerk of the district court, wont to Doming last Thursday. Mrs. M. A. Fielder and Mr. Thompson wore lu re last tveek from San Lorenzo. Canary and Mocking bird cages the only complete line in the city at Robin son's. Frank Bell, one of the successful min ing men of Pinos Altos, was bore liiHt week. Dr.R. F. Stovall will be married today to Alias Maud Lenoir, of Georgetown. Mrs. Jesse Pease came up from Dom ing last Friday on a visit to Mrs. W. B. Walton. William Burns, deputy collector of in ternal revenue, has boon here for sever al davs. No Chinepe help employed at the It is first class in all its Broadway Cafe appointments. Miss Martin left last Monday morning for Norfolk, Va., where she will remain several months. Call and examine the full assortment of fireworks at Baxter Bishop's Post office Emporium. Miss Etta Ashcnfolter, who has boon attending school at Denver, arrived last Friday afternoon. Bring your job work to The Eagi,e of- hce. It will be done neatlv, promptly am at reasonable rates. Joel P. Whitney, the millionaire owner of the copper mines at Santa Rita was over there last week. Take dinner at the Broadway Cafe next Sunday. The tables are supplied with the best in the market. Lieut. Barber quietly loft Fort Bav ard last week. When he roturnes he will bring Mrs. Barber with him. John II. Bracaw came over from Georgetown last Friday and loft for : Gold Hill last Saturday morning. We have just recivod a now lino of first ! class stationery, notions, etc. Call at the Postollice Emporium and examino. i Sam Shiff, who has been in the em-' ploy of Henry Rosenborg here for some time, went to Mogollón last week. Mrs. J. P. Byron, who has boon here ; from Doming for some time undergoing i medical treatment, has recovered. Prof. James A. Long, of the normal school, leaves this morning for Colorado where tie will spend the vacation. O. C. Hinman has the sole agency for this section for the America Refrigerator the. best made. Satisfactiongnaranteod, George Hornbrook was over from Gold Hill last Saturday. He says that there, is little doing in that camp at present, but that there is a probability that the mill will lxi started up in a short time. Beautiful line of Suits at the Ton Cent Store. To make room for n goods, we offer clothing at 75 cents on the dollar. ANK UILDING AZAAR. Notwithstanding the fact that most foods have advanced in price, particularly Shoe Leather, we are still selling at ' i THE EXTREMELY LOW FORMER PRI- CÜSTOMERS take advanta We advise OUR to ie oí It Aaron Schutz. Broadway Hotel. NEWLY REFITTED and FUR NISHED THROUGHOUT. Sample room In connection with tlio Hotel. Kee Hum to unci from Trains. A. ABRAHAM, Proprietor, Hroudway.SllvoriMty, N. M. John Bikkkma.v, Pros. Titos. F. Conway, Vice Pres. 3539. J. W. Caktkh, Cashier. The Sito City National Bank SILVER CITY, N. M. CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $14,000. Advances made an Gold and Silver Bullion. DEPOSITS SOLICITED. EXCHANGE FOR SALE.