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THE EAULE. WEDNESDAY, ACUIST 7, 1ÍI95.
4 PERSONAL PALAVER. Mention of People You Do and Do Not Know. Other Interettting .'Mutter Which Can Ho Kent! With l'roflt Hy All Our TIWIlH)('(pl(i, Fresh oamlk's every day nt Martin Walter's. Wiley lliyhop was in the city last Friday. See the Cook Stoves and Ranges at Roliinson's. William Orr, of Hanover, was in the city Saturday. Sim Holstein came in from his ranch Monday evening. George L. Shakespere was in the city from Hudson Saturday. Rest Kansas patent Hour for sale at Martin Maher's. Mr. T. F. Conway has been quite ill at his home in this city. Don't read otir neighbor's paper but sub.-crilte for Tun Eaui.u. Horace Hooker was in the city last Friday from the Mangas. Con Wltiteliill keeps line, fresh candy. Next door to the express ollice. J. N. Upton was in the city from his ranch last Saturday. Ice cream every day at Con Whitehill's, next door to the express ollice. Will Famsworth was in the city this week front the country. M. C. Rose, of Denting, visited his rel atives in Silver City Sunday. Gasoline stoves, Ice cream freezers and Poultry nettings at Robinson's. John Mudge returned Wednesday from a business trip to El Paso. Bert Gilbert will return to his duties at West Point in about ten days. William Taylor, Jr., was up from Al lison Thursday taking in the sights. Mrs. Moore will return on this after noon's train from her visit in Texas. Commissioner A. J. Clark came up from Denting on Tuesday evening's train. Canary and Mocking bird cages the only complete line in the city at Robinson's. Col. Sam Carpenter came in Monday evening front a month's vacation in Den ver. Hud Williams, a prominent cattleman of the southern end of the county, is in the city. Bring your job work to Tub Eauj.k of fice. It will he done neatly, promptly and at reasonable rates. George W. Miles came up from his Rincón ranch Wednesday evening and reports higher water there since 1880, but crops looking up in excellent Rhape. ' Miss Gertrude Scott has been quite ill at her home in this city but is greatly improved. Thomas Carr of Denting was up at the county seat Thursday, enjoying the Ital ian climate. Beautiful line of Suits at the Ten Cent Store. To make room for new goods, we offer clothing at 75 cents on the dollar. W. D. Duke, the cattle magnate and society baron drove down from Eort Bayard Thursday. James Fielder and wife have been in the country for a few days. They re turned last Saturday. Mrs. John Mudge left yesterday morn ing for Chicago on att extended visit to her ntoiher and relatives. O. C. Hinman has the sole agency for this section for the America Refrigerator the best made. Satisfaction guaranteed, Miss Cordia Jones and Miss Ida Hooker, went up to Pinos Altos last week on a visit to Miss Hooker's sister. Miss Laura Rutherford, daughter of Mrs. R. Thomas arrived from Texas last week to remain with her mother. Mr. Bole-i, a prominent attorney of Arkansas, came up to the county seat from Denting Saturday evening. Mrs. A. Neal, of Hillsboro, who has been visiting Miss Frances Ott, returned home last Wednesday morning. Lost. Last Friday evening a silver breast pin in the form of a horse shoe and heart interlocked on it. Finder will plaese retimed to Tun Ivuh.k ollice. Miss Lyda Mcintosh has accepted a position with the .Mogollón Telephone and Telegraph coinpanv and is the "hel lo" girl. S. W. Burdick makes a snueialtv of Sunday dinners and suppers at the Tim mer house. The tables are supplied with the liest in the market. J. C. Cureton has returned from a trip into California and Utah, undertaken for the benefit of Mrs. Cureton 's health, widen is greatly improved by the change. Miss Rosa Munson returned last week from Stansberry, Mo., where she has been a student at the Stan berry Business College during the term. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Miles cante up from Rincón Monday evening, they brought their little son, who is very sick here tobe treated by Dr. W. T. Williams. lie has slightly improved. GILLETT & SON are temporarily lo cated in the old BRE MEN 76 STORE, two blocks Mow our former-place oí M- Mr. Palnterlee left for his home n Callifornia Tuesday morning. He was culled to the bedside of his sister, who is very sick. No Chinese help employed at theTim iner house. A tir -class American cook is in charge of the kitchen and the din ing room service is excellent. Deputy Sheriff McAfee for Oklahoma, w here he alter Ins cattle which left yesterday went to look iiiu-i ins i 11 1 r unten ivere ittrnieriy shipped front this county for market there. Until FURTHER NOTICE we will sell CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES in cases to CONSUMERS at cost, These goods were in trie oasement wmcn was flooded with water, but are not damaged in the least, John Buockman, Pres. J. W. Cahtkk, Cashier Sita City National Bank SILVER CITY, X. M. CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $14,000. Advan-e made on Gold and Silver Bullion. DEPOSITS SOLICITED. EXCHANGE FOR SALE. \n\n Tilos. F. Coxway, Vice Pres. 35 3 9.