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5 Silver City Nugget 5
John Lamb,
Editor and Publisher
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FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1904.
ÎÎÎ TELEPHONE No. 26 ÎÎÎ
COVNTY OFFICIALS.
COMMISSION KItS :
First District—August Grete,
Second District—Charles Forney.
Third District—John Benhaiu.
Clerk of District Court—John 8. SL Clair.
Deputy Distjict Court Clerk— J. E. Dickens.
Sheriff—Donald D. McDonald.
Deputy Sheriff—George Irving.
Assessor—William Slattery.
reasurer—Mrs. Minnie Weston.
County Surveyor—Frank W. Hulett.
Probate Judge—Robert Leonard, Jr.
Supt.of Educa ion—Miss Myrtle Hastings.
LEGISLATURE.
8enator—Arthur Pence.
John M. Brunzell.
K. J. Hanlon.
Representatives j
SILVER CITY PRECINCT.
Jutice of thePeace—Richard 8. Hawes.
Consable—Ed. McGongh.
The appointment of H. Smith
Wooley has been confirmed by
the Senate to be superintendent
of the U. S. Assay Office at Boise.
The opposition of the Boise
Statesman has again failed to
win out.
There is not a little bit of talk
about candidates for the county
offices in Owyhee up to this date.
What is the matter with all the
fellows who imagine they are
eminently qualified to fill the
various positions?
The Chicago Chronicle calls at
tention to the fact that Port Ar
thur was named by the English,
fortified by the French for the
Chinese, captured by the Japan
ese and "leased" to the Russians.
And it is now about as uncertain
as to where it is at, or where it
may be, as it is as to where it
has been.
If Jap and Rus could both read
and follow the plans of campaign
laid out for them by American
newspaper generals every morn
ing, they might soon end the
great conflict now going on in
the Orient. The penchant ior
writing about something con
cerning which they know little or
nothing is forever strong with
yellow journalism.
The Smoot investigation com
mittee will not make a report to
the present session of Congress,
but will by
make further investigations in
Utah, after Congress adjourns.
Its sitt ings will lie as long drawn
out as that of any investigating
committee on record, and in the
meantime Mr. Smoot will, hold
his seat, and from present indi
cations will hold it to the end of
his term. Sentiment and relig
ious belief cut but little figure in
this matter with the committee.
a sub-committee
A comparison of mining and
manufacturing statistics show
that in mining there is a profit of
300 per cent, with 35 per cent
failures, while manufacturing
ranges from 10 to 25 per cent,
with failures 95 per cent,
statistics of 50 Colorado mining
compa nies, with a combined cap
italization of #46,000,000, show
the following results: Dividends
paid, #20,000,000; original in
vestments by stockholders, #7,
000,000; returned to stockhold
ers on par value, over 43 per
cent; returned to stockholders on
original investments, 300
cent.—Pacific Coast Miner.
The
per
And the yellow journals have
finally gotten hold of the story
p t a» ,
OI J oe Monoghan, t lie woman
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cowboy who died m thiy conn
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ty some months ago. It is need
less to say that with a few
threads of fact in the woof, they
have woven a readable romance,
embellished with the picture of a
belle in hoopskirts representing
Joe in Buffalo many years ago,
where, according to the story,
she had loved not wisely but too
well; had been discarded by her
entire family with the exception
of a former younger sister, who
had kept up a correspondence
with her all these years, from
which her identity was revealed.
Great is the enterprise of the
Hearst yellow journals.
The men who have made for
tunes in mines have not been
those who have been content to
receive options for this or that
claim loaded down with commis
sions to middle men and promot
ers. But rather they have been
men, who, having gained a min
ing claim, either by location or
purchase, having proceeded to
prospect and develop it for them
selves, and when success was
achieved reaped the reward of a
thoroughly business-like trans
action, free from strings or en
tanglements of any kind. The
opportunities for such capitalists
to increase their fortune is as
good today as they ever were,
and the rewards just as certain
provided the same business
methods are followed.—-Pacific
Coast miner.
Senator Fairbanks of Indiana
has consented to the use of his
name as a candidate for vice
president, on the ticket with
Roosevelt. If it were not for the
overshadowing strength of
Roosevelt, Senator Fairbanks
would have been prominently
considered by the republican
party for the first place on the
ticket. He is a strong man and
regarded by the conservative
element of the party as a thor
oughly safe man. His name will
add strength to the ticket from
an eastern stand point, and with
him on it New York and Indiana
may be regarded as entirely safe
for the republicans. Senator
Fairbanks is strong as a national
figure, being a conspicuous factor
in all legislation of importance
corning up in the senate, but is
strong in his own state. In the
eastern states he is regarded as
the exponent of conservatism on
financial questions and will offset
what is considered as radicalism
on the part of Roosevelt. He will
be entirely satisfactory to the
western states.
We having regular old maple
sugar weather these days.
Notice to Sheepmeiv.
Enterprise, Ida., March 1st, 1904
In respect to inspection lines, the
said lines to start at the south side of
Strode's Basin, running southeast to
Texas Basiu, theuce southeast to Jor
dan Creek at DeLamar.
All sheep
coming into the State of Idaho from
another state must have writteu per
mission or they will be dealt with
cordiug to the sheep inspection laws
of the State of Idaho.
ae
Warben D. Smith,
Deputy Sheep Inspector, District
Owyhee County, Idaho.
For Kent !
A good fruit and vegetable ranch
South Sinker Creek, convenient to Sil
ver City, with over 180 flue bearing
fruit trees, alfalfa, etc.
CUNNINGHAM. Silver City, Idaho.
on
Inquire of R.
j SOCIETY CARDS,
I K NIGHTS op tythias, silver city
** Lodge No. 25, K. of P Regular meetings
' every Tuesday evening at 7:80, in Masonic Hall.
All brethern in good standing are
vitedto attend.
8 N. Moe, K. of R. and S.
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cordially in
Mike Hanson, C C.
CHAPTER NO. 2, R. A. M.—
Me« 1 » every 4th Wednesday of each month
Sojourn n g com pmiiiins cordially invued
to attend.
•1
N S. St Cl •
Harru, Secretary.
l, M. E. H. P.
S ILVER PITY i.onOK NO 18. A. F. & A.
'V— Meets second Wedn*8dfty in each
Hh SoioumO»«
\ invited to attend.
Mall
W. R. Hamilton, W. M.
8. Harris, Secretary.
K nights of pythias, delamar lodge,
No. 29. Meetings Friday evenings at
m. in Castle Hall.
7:30 p.
H. S*. Simmons, C. C.
B. A. Heazlk. K. of R. and S.
D E LAMAR LODGE, No. 47, I. O. O. K.
Meets every Thursday evening Visit
ing brothers always welcome.
Albert RoDda, N. G,
Bruce J. Sotheren, Secretary.
U LLA REBEKAH I.ODOE.NO 81, inee
the second and fourth Wednesday
each month at Odd FeUow'g Hall. Visiting
members tn good standing cordially invi
ted.
Eliza Mitchell, 8ecre*ary.
Emma Rodda, N. G.
D ELAMAR MINERS' UNION. WESTER -
Federation of Miners Meets every Mon
day night.
James Höbe. Preeident.
Meade Stauffer, Sec.
O WYHEE LODGE NO. *2,
City, Idaho. Meets ei
Sojourning Brethern always w I come.
Ji E. Dickens, N. G.
. O. O. F., Silver
y Friday night.
K. H. Leonard, Secretary.
JAS. GOODWIN
Practical Mining
Mines examined in the vicinity of Silver City,
DeLamar, South Mountain, Sugar Loaf smd
Pixley Basin. Reliable information concerning
capitalization, stocks and values. Report
guaranteed. Correspondence solicited.
Residence, DEWEY, IDAHO:
FRED GRETE. Jr
Undertaker
and Embalmer
Silver City,
IDAHO
Ha.ve you ordered that
nobby, new.
Spring
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Leave your order with
C. H. GRETE Sl CO.
A PERFECT FIT IS
OUR GUARANTEE
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OWYHEE MEAT MARKET
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A Supply of the best Fresh mid Salt
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Sausages, Etc.
The oldest established
Market in Owyhee County
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SHOPS LOCATED AT
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Silver City
DeLamar
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IS he "Boise
Iron and "Reduction
WorKs
Iron and Brass Castings of every description and size. One *
and two stamp Prospecting Mills Stamps weighing 200 ■
to 300 lbs. each a specialty. Heavy Stamp Mills, stamps -J -
- - weighing 600 to 1000 lbs, manufactured at short notice. - -
Horse powers, Water Wheels (Felton style) of any size and
power. Ore Cars, etc., of any dimensions. Architectural
castings and repairing Machinery of all kinds promptly
done and delivered on time of agreement. All woik guar
■ anteed, and Eastern prices with one-half freight added.
James Bajcter Co •
Telephone 87
South side of Battler
"Boise. Idaho
Tile RECEPTION
SALOON
A Select assortinentment of choice Wines. Liquors and
Cigars in Stock. Draught and Bottle Beer on Hand
R. H WALKER,
Proprietor
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
THUS. FARBE It, M. I».
PHY'SICIAN & SURGEON
Culls answered any hour of the day or night.
De Lamar. Idaho
It. C. Cunningham
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Oftif-e near Idaho Hotel.
Prompt
attention given to all legal business
Silver City,
nd careful
Idaho
VV. K. HAMILTON, M. 1>.
PHYSICIAN AND 8UUGEON
Silvku City,
[daiio
DR. F. S. HEER
—DENTIST—
SILVER CITY,
IDAHO
.JOHN F. NUGENT
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW
SILVER CITY
IDAHO
JOHN I.AMB
NOTARY PUBLIC
SILVER CITY, IDAHO.
My Papa and Mamma belong
—to the—
National Protective
Association
Because it pays $15 per week
for sickness or accidents and
cash dividends eacli 5 years.
L. T. CLARK,
.: Agent
Blbbir\s-Myer C°'s Bld'g.
SILVER CITY,-IDAHO
Receives Deposits subject
to Check. Buys and sells
Exchange. Interest Paid
on time Deposits.
A.S.Bibbins, Cashier.
MINING
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