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Dealer lu— Butter, Poultry, Eggs, Etc Delivers by Wagon in Silver Every Week, Sole Agent in Silver City aud Dewey, for Nampa Creamery Butter. Guaranteed to be Full Weight, Strictly Pure and Fresh. Will Contract for S ' soil's Lé NAMPA, IDAHO. GEO. MoCLUNG, 5 Silver City Nugget 3 PUBLISHED WEEKLY. _ Editor and Pviblisher. j John Lamb, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1901. It's all up with the artist who can't draw his breath. Many a map looks insignificent when his wife is with him. At sea people are willing to give up everything but their lives. A syndicate is a body of men en tirely surrounded by money. Some people come west to settle; others come to avoid settling. A girl isn't necessarily timid be cause she jumps at a proposal. A remote period is the one due at the end of a woman's remarks. Many a lasting friendship is due to the distance between the friends. Men will stand in their own light and get scared at their own shadow A man's popularity, like Jonah's gourd, sprouts one day and withers the next. There is more sin in Cincinnati than in any other city on the face of the earth. There were a number of heroes among the Bibicai characters, but Daniel was the only one lionized. Much has been said and written, (and more will he next year) about the unequal distribution of wealth. No odds what sad condition soci ety drifts into, the politician is there to swear that it is the only logical conclusion possible. Our national life is so complex, our population so heterogeneous and cosmopolitan, our invention so irrepressible that word formation is inevitable. When you get to that point where you can read everything and believe nothing, you have got hu manity reduced down to a com mon fraction. At a wedding in Chicago the other day the bride was dressed in red, the groom in white, and her father, who had to pay the bills, in blue. Sort of a patriotic affair. A man can sit down and think himself into a beautiful Christian feeling, but is is another thing to get out amongst the poor and work yourself into the same holy calm. Anarchy! Drive it from Amer ica! Close the gates against these fellows coming here! Get down to business, Mr. Lawmaker, and do something for the country you pro fess to love. That Washington street will al ways be the principal business thoroughfare of Silver City, no sane person will contradict, ments are being made which add greatly to the appearance of several business blocks on that street, the latest of which to deserve mention, is the building put up in front of the telephone office. Improve S. N. MOE, —THE Watchmaker and Jeweler Has removed his place of business to the City Drug Store, where he will be pleased to meet his old cus tomers aud many new ones. Clean - ^TtocK. AND First Class REPAIRING. E-Vey thing Warran ted. Dissolution of Co-Partnership, Notice is hereby given that the co partnership heretofore ■ existing be tween Andrew Holtgreu and Eric Smith, in Silver City, Idaho, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent Andrew Holtgren having purchased the interest of his co-partner, is auth orized to collect all outstanding ac counts and assumes the payment of bills owing by said tirm. Andrew Holtgren, Eric Smith. Silver City, Idaho, Sept. 7,1901. For a good class of beer call at the Brewery Saloon. Barkle Brothers will treat you right. Call aud see them. Charley Rogers will give you a royal welcome at the Mint Sample Rooms. If you want the best, ask for Grete's beer. Notice of Application for Pardon. Notice in hereby given that the undersigned who was sentenced at Owyhee county, at the July 1890 term of the District Court for the Third Judicial District of Idaho, for the crime of rape, will petition the Hoard of Pardons of the State of Idaho at its next regular meeting lu October for a pardon. (John J. McBride. C. R. Beeves, Attorney. Dated, August £lrd, 1901. COUNTY OFFICIALS. COMMISSIONRK8 : First District—August Grete, Second District—Charles Forney. Third District—Thomas Penrose. Clerk of District Court—E. L. Ballard , Sheriff-Michael Rock. Assessor—Jerey Shea. Treasurer—John C. Connors. Probate Judge—Geo. H. Handy. Supt. of Ednca ion—F. 8. Heer. LEUISLATUKE. Senator—Nelson I). Kox. Representatives [ Arthur Pence. Fred. H. Davis. SILVER CITY PRECINCT. Justice of the Peace—Frank St. Clair. Constable—Anton Mangold. DELAMAR PRECINCT. Justice of the Peace— Henr> W. Warren. Constable— James W. Pasooe. BO YEARS* EXPERIENCE Patents Designs Copyrights Ac. ! Anyone aeno.'ng a sketch and description quickly ascertain our opinion free whether I invention Is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Pat ents sent free. Oldest Patents taken tpeclal notice , without c harg e, in the Scientific American. nui • agency for securing patents, through Munn & Co. receive A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest cir culation of any scientific journal. Terms, $3 a year ; four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN& Co ^361 Broadway, Jjgyy Y0f|( Branch Office. 626 F 8t„ Washington. D. C. JF P-^EJS 1 H Bread, Buus, Cookies, Cakes and Pies, at Tom - Shuns "Bakery. Idaho. Silver City, F arris' Barber Shop very one knows > I 0T Lee Farris -r Ht the cny a Barber, who keeps a strictly V'. jffj&r up to £0 date Shop. I \ Grete's beer is the best. W. R. HAMILTON, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON SILVER CITY, IDAHO. Commercial - Hotel of Nampa, Idaho. Antone Hinkey, Proprietor. Convenient to Depot, Accommodations First Class, Rates Reasonable. Best Bar in Town. M. B. GWINN FIRE INSURANCE, CALDWELL, - IDAHO. This Space Reserved for Vic Wisner, the boss Painter, Paper Hanger and Kalsominer. FRANCISCO'S Bowing Alley and Saloon. A clean, orderly and well kept place. Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars. Beer Sold by tlie Quart or Gallon. Francisco & Bergren Proprietors. THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS Denver, Color&.do DAILY AND WEEKLY The Grea.t Representative News paper ot the Rocky Mountain States Bk.r\d Territories. All the News from AH the World IUustraLtions, Cartoons. Special Features, Etc. Address ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS. DENVER., COLORADO. When "Preparing for "Winter ■You should get a supply of our Soft Fleeced XOoolen \7ndertsjear • • • It is just right in quality and weight for those who work outside or underground. Bhe price is $1.75 per garment. H.S. BRITT <!IC0 [We close at noon on Sundays; 9 p. in. on Saturdays aud 8 p. m. the rest of the week.] R. C UÎCN INGHAM. Attorney & Counsellor. ! I i Idaho. Silver City, Office near Idaho Hotel. Prompt and careful attention to all Legal Business. i Gus Wohlgemuth, UP-TO-DATE TONSOR-IAL ARTIST___ HOT AND COLD BATHS Everything Neat and Clean. Full Line of Standard Tonics. Razors put in First-Class Order. FRED GRETE JH. Vi\derta.ker a.nd Embalmer. Keeps on hand a full stock of Burial Causes, Linings, Trim-mmgs. Burial Robes, Etc Idaho Silver City, I cm on my tvay to J. "Ü. "Rodrigues, m BOOT AND SHOE MAK.E"R, Where I am told one can get an elegant Boot or Shoe made to order and a good lit. De Lamar people leave you shoes at For ey's Stage office. IDAHO SILVER. CITY, - c/2 —7 F-h / a CÖ 0 'QO >* 2 2 +* O' J £ * •2 u o o ^ Ü a u H S a-. . S > «m ço a & 3 I ä J z=r i 5 1 'S = • Q C * I s « CÖ p T3 o 02 - fc C 1=1 = a < 0 m SOCIETY CARDS. rVRUs CHAPTER NO. a, K. A. M.— Meet very Saturday after full rrroon Sojourning coni pan Iona cordially Invited to at lend. Jos. 11. Hutchinson, M. E. II. P. R - H. Leonard, Jk. Secretary. S ILVER CITY LODGE NO. 13, A. F. & A. M.—Meets Saturday evening on or be lore full moon. Sojourning hret.li dially invited to attend. K. H, Leonard, Jr, W. M. 8. Harris,S ecretary. K nights of pythias, delamar lodge, No. 29. Meetings Friday evenings at 7:80 p. m. in Castle Hall. W. C. Roberts, C. C. J. P. Langford, K. of R. and S. LAMAR LODGE, No. 47, I. O. O. F. Meet« every Thursday evening. Visit ing brothers always welcome. II. w. Warren, N.G. Jas. H. Rodda, Secretary. D K U LLA HËBEKAH LODGE, NO. 31, meets the second and tourlh Wednesday in each month at Odd Fellow's Hall. Visiting members in good standing cordially Invi ted. Minnie O'Neill, N. G. Mrs. 8. F. Crohsox Secretary. ELAMAR MINERS' UNION. WESTERN Federation of Miners Meet every Mon D day night. Ed. v'ahker, Pres. A. Warren. Fin. Sec. M \V, I » « 1 j§ Oktay hee I I "Breketery | I w m i Product a Pleasant, Wholesome Tonic, Made from Hops and Barley. Purity Guaranteed. The Trade Supplied Barrel or Bottled Goods. I I I m i I i I I I i I I I I I I I Patronizo a iM Home Industry iM W/ mlb by calling for I i I I I I KVHLES <0. STOCK ST. PAUL, - MINN. Ma.nufacturers of Aquilins, SeaJ of Minnesota, High Grade Cigars s 'RICHA'R'D BVACJE£B, Coast Agent. Sold Geo. Speigel, of Boise, 250,000 Seal of Minnesota.