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Î Silver City Nugget 5 PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Editor and Publisher. John Lamb, FRIDAY, JUNE U, 1901. Dr. J. N. Weston, the De Lamar phy sician, was in town yesterday. Providence always takes care of a fool it its kind, own way. As a rule people who are rather light intellectually have a great deal of self conoeit. Nüöget has several hundred pounds of old type for sale. It makes excellent Babbit metal. There is an exodus of broken down sports from Silver this week. God speed them a long distance! Keep your lookers on Baker, the tailor. He hits the road next week with a fine line of samples. Andy Evans has been in town from Castle Creek this week visiting his brother and dining off Idaho Hotel lnx UneS ' Improvements still go on at the j Idaho Hotel. This week it is a new floor on the porch and a new diamond shirt front benind the desk. Tha office and billiard room of the War Eagle Hotel have been treated to nice coats of paint and handsome paper and now shine luxuriantly. The main push of Nuogkt has con eluded to remain in town indefinitely and positively declines to join the "Back-capper's Association.'' NooopT is obliged to several parties contemplating leaving De Lamar for remembering their subscription ac counts. It hopes some others may be as thoughtful. A fight with cutting scrape incident als occuring in front of one of onr drink dispensaries Monday night be tween two drunken miners—recent ar rivals in the camp, came near landing one of them in the next world and did land the other behind the bars. No eye witnesses to the scrap can be found, altho there were numbers present, and the two fellows being friends the cuttee declines to appear against the cutter and no prosecution followed. The names of the parties are—but no matter about their names—because they may be honest workingmen, only off at the time on account of too much bad liquor. An editor down in Tennessee makes the following appeal for people ts send or bring in the news: "If your wife whips you, let us know and we will set you right before the world. If you of have company, tell us. if you an- not ashamed of your visitors. If a youngster arrives at your home, call on us and we will furnish a name for him or her, as the case may warrant, you have a party or gathering of any kiud, bring around the cake, seven or eight pies and a side of ham—not necessarily, but just to show your friendship. You needn't invite us. We want the news." The Silver City schools closed a very prosperous and satisfactory term last week, and we are glad to announce that the trustees have secured the services of the same efficient, corps of teachers —Prof. A. E. Farmer, Misses Myrtle Hastings and Stella StClair—for the coming school year. The two lady teachers are Silver City products of whom the town has especial reasons to be proud, and Prof. Farmer, who left, Wednesday morning to spend his va cation at his former home in Pontiac, Michigan, has given eminent satisfac tion here as principal of the schools by proving himself an earnest and effi cient educator and manager of the young people under his charge. m NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that a meet ing of the Board of County Commis sioners of Owyhee County, Idaho, will be held at the office of the Clerk there of in Silver City, Idaho, on Friday, June 14th, 1901, for the purpose of re ceiving and passing upon certain pro tests concerning the failure of the Road Contractor of Road District No. 2 of Owyhee County, for road work in said district, to perform suoh work and labor on the county roads in accord ance with his contract; to receive such evidence as may be introduced in sup port of said complaints, and, if said charges are true, to take such legal steps as may be necessary to place said roads iu proper condition. In Witness Whebeof, I have here unto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Board this 6th day of June, 1901. E. L Ballard, Clerk. New potatoes only 8 ots per lb. If you wautthe best, ask for Grete's beer. Nice, fresh bread at the White Res taurant. Another wagon load of chickens in town today. What is the matter that so little is being done in the way of preparation for the Fourth of July celebration? Someone made the Devil a present a church, whioh he declined with But I'll keep the pulpit,'' he . A. preliminary examination is being held in Jud «® Handy ' 8 Court today ' over the cutting scrape whioh occurred here Monday nlght . The boys have been putting m some good licks fixing up the base-ball grounds> Henning off the brush and p i ow an d scraper, „ _ , . Nettleton the Furniture Dealer has a lQt of Screen Doors and Window which, owing to the lateness of the aeaa on, he w m dispose of at cost. Max Zetosch is chock full of work. j n f acl) jj e | lttS m0 re than he can get away w - lt h, and another tailor will soon ()e num j,ered among Silver City's pop ulation. ^*j or ^ Brunzell are reported to bav0 gold ont their sa i oon business, yegterday M (}eorge T urpen and Al MartBi who are to take charge of the place to-day. f pj le or gentleman, fortunate eQOUgh to ' hold thft lucky number, drawing Mrs. Morgan's house in De Lamar, can dispose of the same by calling on Mike Rock, gtark the j eweler ha8 recently ftQ elegant assortment of goods generally kept in an up-to-date jewelry store. See him for good goods, good values and good workmanship, no set not a on A of thanks. said. re the well-known Owyhee Rowett, County jeweler, is busy this week re the stock and fixtures of his moving store from De Lamar to this place. His big safe came up yesterday. Alvin O. Brunzell, of Murphy and Miss Maggie Baker, of Caldwell, were united in marriage by Rev. D. D. Mur ray, June 9, 1901, at Caldwell, Idaho. Ndgoet wishes the happy oouple a prosperous journey through life. The stage load out this morning con sisted of s'x ladies with a ( hiuamau and a dude looking cigar drummer for ballast. The ladies were: Miss Myrtle Hasting, one of Silver City's popular teachers, who goes to Nampa and Boise to visit friends; Miss Stella Eagle, of Nampa, re turning home after a protracted visit with her friend, Mrs. William Sum with her friend, Mrs. mers; Mrs. Cummings, of Boise, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wil liam McWade,and Mesdames Crosson and Brookiugs, of De Lamar, aunt and niece, going to Boise, the latter being quite unwell, and they going over with the hopes that a change of altitude may improve her health. THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS Denver. Colorado DAILY AND WEEKLY The Great Representative News paper ot the Rocky Mountain States and Territories. AH the Now» from All the World, Illustrations. Cartoons. Spocfal Features, Etc. Address ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS. DENVER.. COLORADO. ' BO YEARS' EXPERIENCE Patents <S Designs Copyrights Ac. Anyone sending e «ketch end description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probably patentable, Communie», tions strictly confident lal. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for aecortng patenta. Patents taken through Munn & Co. recel' tfMcioi notice, without charge, in the SC Scientific American. A handaomely illustrated weekly. J surest clr eolation of any scientific Journal. Ternis, $3 a year: four months« 9L Sold by all new »dealers. MUNN &Co. 36,B ~« d "'New York Branch OfBce. 636 F St, Washington, n. C. FRANCISCO'S Bowing Alley and Saloon. A clean, orderly and well kept place. Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars. Beer Sold by the Quart or Oallou. Francisco & Bergren Proprietors. KVHLES <a STOCK ST. PAUL. - MINN. Manufacturers of Aqxiillas, Seal of Minnesota., High Grade Cigars 'RICHA'R'D BVJPEEB. Coast Agent. Sold Geo. Speigel, of Boise, 250,000 Seal of Minnesota. Bids Wanted. Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received at the office of the Clerk of the Board of County Com missioners of Owyhee County, Idaho, for furnishing said County of Owyhee with 50 cords of either red fir or juni wer wood. Bips to be opeutd JuLy 8th, 1901, at 2 o'clock p. m. By order of the Board. E. L. Ballast, Clerk, By J. S. 8*. Club, Deputy. a for to Notice of Application for Pardon. Notice ts hereby given that the undersigned who was sentenced at Ada county, ai the September term of the District Court for the Third Judicial Disfriet of Idaho for the crime of manslaughter, on change of venue from Owyhee county in said Judicial district, will petition the Board of Pardon« at the regular July meeting. E. J. DOckcry, Attorney Dated June v, 190i. William H. Thomas. Mrs. Valverde has for sale home made bread made daily. Milk Shakes, Ice Cream, and lots of good things at Oliver's. When passing Nettleton's Furniture Store, drop in and see his line of Furniture, Wall Paper, Carpets, Etc. Beware of a Cough. A cough is not a disease but a symp Consumption and bronchitis, ton. which are the most dangerous and fatal diseases, have for their first indication a persistent cough, and if properly treated as soon as this cough appears easily cured. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has proven wonderfully successful, and gained its wide reputa tion and extenfive sale by its success curing the diseases which cause cough ing. If it is not beneficial, it will not cost you a cent. For sale by Botkin Williams. "It is with a good deal of pleasure and satisfaction that I recommend Colic, Cholera and are A Chamberlain's Diarrhoea Remedy," says Druggist A. W. Sawtelle. of Hartford, Conn. "A lady custymer, seeing the remedy ex posed for sale on my show case, said to 1 really believed that medicine me: saved my life the past summer while at the sore' and she became so enthusias tic over its merits that I at once made mind to recommend it in the up my future. Recently a gentleman came into my store so overcome with colic pains that he sank at once to the floor. I gave him a dose of this remedy which helped him. I repeated the dose and in fifteen minutse he left my store smilingly informing me that he felt as well as ever. Sold by Botkin <k Wij liams. Miss Florence Newman,who has been a great sufferer from muscular rheu matism, says Chamberlain's Pain Balm is the only remedy that affords her relief. Miss Newman is a much re spected resident of the village of Gray, N. Y., sud makes this statement for the benefit of others similarly afflicted. This liniment is for sale by Botkin & Williams. # H.S. BRITT CO [We close at noon on Sundays; 9 p. m. on Saturdays bud 8 p. m. the rest of the week.] Attraction of the Summer! You will find here in the shape of Sweaters. If yon haven't one, you should have. The Patterns we are offering are neat and up-to-date and the Quality is Unsurpassed. The prices are right. See them and be convinced. H. 5. BRITT <tt CO SOCIETY CARDS. I I C 'Y BUS CHAPTER NO. 2, R. A. M.— Meet very Saturday after full moon Sojourning companions cordially invited to attend. Jos. U. Hutchinson, M. E. H P. . H. Leonard, Jr. Secretary. K I S ILVER CITY LODGE NO. 13, A. F. A A. M.—Meets 8»turrt»y evening on or be fore full moon. Sojourning brethren aie cor dially invited to attend. H. H, Lkonaku, Ja. VV . M. I I 8. Habbib,S ecretary. I - NIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, DELAMAR LODGE, vy \ No. 29. Meetings Friday evening« at :30 p. m. in Castle Hall. K W. C. ROBBBtB, C. C. K - J. P. LaNOFOBD, K. of R. and 8. D e LAMAR LODGE, No. 47, I. O. O. F. Meets every Thursday evening. Visit ing brother« alway. welcome. warbkN| N. G. Ja«. H. Rodda, Secretary. LLA REBEKAH LODGE, NO 81, meets the second and fourth Wednesday In each month at Odd Fellow';! Hall. Visiting members In good standing cordially invl ted. Mas. 8. F. Crosson Secretary. u Lily Rickakd, N. G. D ELAMAR MINER8' ONION. WESTERN Federation of Miner«. Meet every Mon day night. A. W ARKKN, Fin. Sec. Ed. Vakker, Pres. of This Space Reserved for Vic Wisner, the boss Painter, Paper Hanger and Kalsominer. FRED GRETE JR. Undertaker and Embalmer. Keeps on hand a full stock of A Burial Causes, Linings, Trim-mings. Burial Robes, Etc A. "A to Idaho Silver City, at J am on my tray to J. D. 'Rodriguez, as ■it BOOT AND SHOE •• re for & MAILER, Where I am told one can get an elegant Boot or Shoe made to order and a good fit. De Lamar people leave yon shoes at For ey's Stage office. SILVER. CITY, - IDAHO I Otoyhee | I 'Bretvery É I *1 Product a Pleasant, Wholesome Tonic, Made from Hops and Barley. Purity Guaranteed. The Trade Supplied Barrel or Bottled Goods. ÜI I I I I vy u ll»V xy.K 11AV i § 1 l I i m I h i Patronize a I Home Industry I i by calling for M Greta's Beer. AU wmmmmmm , 1 M**» W *W* N oo -, 5=—. ! a cd - •OUO a J Ü a . N ► - £« 3 g S3 ab. er ja 1-f fO 1 c c -O & iS ! « ri! •b ä 2 © * a s .g o 43 c-O Ö * ° a a < * CENTERVILLE, SALOOU ItarKle Brothers Prop's. Beer and Music Hall. DE LAMAR, IDAHO. The largest and best arranged place in the camp. Fine stock of Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Soft drinks, etc Silver City De Lamar and STAGE. Chas. Fobney, Proprietor. Runs every day in the year. Careful attention given to de livery of Packages. Good Teams, Coaches, and Sleighs, and the Boss al ways on the road to look after your comfort.